The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 55, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 3, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER. UTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. SEPTkMBER 3 1803?
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Will Your Boy Soon be Off
.' He's likely to need a new suit. We've re-
ceived a big shipment of Youth's Long
Trouser Suits- They are made of the new
pit woolens in both single and double breast-
ed styles. The excellence of workmanship
the quality and style of these suits is far su-
perior to anything ever shown in Guthrie.
The patterns are' in the new dark mixtures.
The price is marked in plain figures' on each
suit and you find ic will save you fully 25 per
cent to fit your boy out from our BIG STOOK.
Guthrie's Leading Clothier
riiore are some taxpayers who
jnl; the strfvt sprinklers should op-
ito on windy dusty days such as
lay. as well as oa rainy days Fool-
3treot paving Is again at a stand-
hl for lack of material
Old papers clean and folded already
lied and ready to carry 26c hundred
at Loader office.
The Edmond mandamus proceed-
ings against Superintendent of Schools
Baxter wore postponed until Friday.
A. H. Piety Is In Crewcent City today
Louis lironson H visiting nt the
home of Bd 8t0baugli at Crescent City
Druggist 1 II Stafford of Marshall
pent a few hours in the city yeetor
day. Mr Stafford Is one of tit
Ins Democrats in Northwestern Lo.
W. B McKean of the enfernrlslnK
Arm or Funk & McKean. real state
and Immigration agents at Marshall
was a business caller at the Loader
Mrs. II. W. McCormlok and children
passed through the city gnrouto from
Mnlhall to tholr home In Marshall.
Miss Corlnne Stevens loft this
morning for Alva whore on next Wed
nesday she will resume hor duties as
Instructor in instrumental music at
the Northwestorn normal school.
Joe Allen of tho Royal hotel cigar
Btand has returned from a threo
weeks' visit In Tennessee.
J. J. AfcCarthy a prominent Oklaho-
ma City wholesalo dealer In whiskies
was In Guthrie last evening looking
for a location. He Is deonly Impress-
ed that Guthrie is to be tho natural
distributing point of the territory.
Fred Van Duyn has the coming
pacing wondor of the world in the
threvyear-ofd colt that John House-
holder has In training. Tho ownor
has already 'refused $1000 for the ani-
mal. The" Stumpff Hardware company Is
moving Its stock Into tho storeroom
on Harrison avenue vacated by Patter.
Mrs. M. Weinberger accompanied
by her young son wont to Klngflshor
today to visit relattvos.
Mrs. Henry K. Asp has gone to Col-
orado for an Outing. "
Danker U. C. Guss has gono to
Nebraska on a business trip.
Mlsa Kathryn Schnoll Is visiting hor
sister Mrs. Chas. Lowery at Oklaho
MIbb Kthel Ornor of Kansas City Is
visiting hor paronts Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Ornor. s
Chief of Pollco Reynolds is home
from u two wooka vacation which ho
spent with Ills brothor at Joplln Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Vorhoos left laBt
night for Wellington. Kris. to attend
the wedding of their son IC S. Van
IJ. P. Perkins ohlof clerk at the
poftoffloe has returned from Sulphur
Springs wherb he spent his vacation.
Mrs. D. H. Richardson and daughter.
Miss Lena are home from a two
months' sojourn in Colorado.
A. O. Farquharson left last night for
the east where he will scour the mar-
kets for clothing bargains for his im-
Major Harry Pentecost Is In Alva on
I The Talk of the Town I
Every Customer exclaims "How cheap for such good material. " We are actually revo-
lutionising prices in the Clothitg and Furnishing Goods line. We are doing as
we advertise. We are giving the people the benefit of our remarkable
purchase ot tin Fjxmous Stock at 43c on the dollar. In or-
der to more rapidly handle the large crowds availing
themselves of this great oiler we have arrang-
ed Three Great Bargain Tables as foUowb:
Diarrruxa Dysentery and
the Bowtl Troubles of
Children of Any Agt.
Aids Digestion Regulates
the Bowels Strcnjliiens
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sts Only 25c at Druggists or mail 2oc to & J. fllUtrfcllm. it. lcsiS mo.
ires Eruptions and Sores. Colic HIvos and Thrush. Removes and Prevents
'nrm.. !' t.l t.1'1" M I lTA COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES
rlE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN
18G suits Men's 2 and 8 pieoe all wool
Cassimeres and Worsteds . spll-by
the Famous fo. $6.50 $7.50 and $8.50
We have determined'to "cTbW" out .the
entire line at $5.00
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Men's rib knit Underwear sold by the
Famous for 50c per garment now 25c
President suspenders sold all over
the world for 50c. Our price . . 89c
ISc Linen Collars. Our price . . 5c
25c Hosiery now . . 19c
20c " ... l;c
15c " i! . . . 7c
5c ." ... 8c
Misses and Boy's long hose heavy
rib good quality wdrth 15c now 8c
Table No. 2.
157 Men's all wool business and dress
suits in Casiimere and Worsteds sold
by the Famous for $9.00 10.00 and
$'12.00. Will be closed out at $6.50
Elastic seam drawers sold by all at
50c our price .... 83c
The handsomest line of 75c Negligee
shirts in the city to be closed at 19c
Men's heavy black duck double seat
and double front Overalls regu-
lar 75c values now . 49c
Union made bib Overalls 85c kind
Union made without bib only . . 89c
Table No. 3.
172 Men's fine all wool dross and
business suits in Till colors and
finely tailored sold by the Fam-
ous for 1250 to 18.00. Our
Come and take a look and you will buy.
back if not
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WlIlTlfi HUUSE L-ltiHT CI'" ASIA
Not to sell more flour but to malie a
few nice presents to our customers.
Tho present 1b a 42-piece hand decor-
ated djnnor set fit for use on th tabl
of the mos.t particular. Bach grocery
merchant handling our flour will bo
furnished with ono of these dinner sU
complete. For ovory rack of flour pur-
chased your are entitled to a suww.
Tho numbers run from 1 to 160 and
tho numbers to ba guensed are includ-
ed in above. Your merchant has the
Spinning numbtjjJn a sealed envelope
whhjh ts not to?pe opened until the
book of 100 simBfls Is full.
Wo do not propose cutting down the
quality of our flour on account of giv-
ing away th o dinner sets but on the
other hard wtll if possible improve iL
Our flour has been usd here con-
stantly by some of our trad for the
past ten years and we now feel like
showing our appreciation hence 3a
present of dinner sots. When order-
ing flour either in person or by phone
dont fail to have yoor euoss recorded.
The following brands of flour are sub-
ject to your guess: Silver and GeW.
Portion. VeKt Top Notch . B.
and White Silk.
They are Delicious.
Joseph J. Hoim of tho Helm Brew
ing company ' 1 horo from Kansas
City. M.t Helm says ho has placed
treat faith in Gutbrio and in no way
regrets erecting tho threo .story on
the corner of Harrison and Second.
Postmaster Lancaster of Pawnee
was In Guthrie today onroute from
Arkjansw U his hoiae. Sir. Lancaster
says P&wji&g Is a coming elty.
Judge Herod went Jo Perry on
Igeal business this morning.
Ted Ilrooks who has been working
with a Choctaw surveying gang for
the past month returned home this
Manager Noble of the Arkansas Val-
ley Telephone company went to Paw-
noe on 'phone business today.
Governor Ferguson returned' today
from Aline Woods county Oklaho
ma wnerft he aauresaeu an oiu sol
Word was reeivod here yesterday
of tbe death of the father of Oil In
spector F. A. Ashton. The deceased
lived at Guthrie Center. Iowa where
be had for a number of years hern
one of the best known oltisens. being
for many years prosldent of the Guth-
rie and Northwestorn railroad which
ra jjfroro Guthrie Center to a junction
with the Itook Island. Mr. Ashton was
born in the year J88S at Holghtown.
Silver and Gold
O LOCAL POINTS. O
Tho alfalfa sown along the Denver.
Bnld and Gulf route is experiencing n
Corwln is the latest town to bo
established on the 1) 13. and G. It is
sitnuted seven inllos from Guthrlo nnd
is surrounded by a flno farming coun-
try. An elevator Is being built nt tho
Used For Pneumonia.
Dr. C J. Hlshop of Agnow MIoH.
says "I havo used Foley's Konoy and
Tor In throe very severo casea ot
pneumonia with goad resultu la every
case." Itefnse substitutes
J N Wallace
W. T. WALKER
WLL KINDS OF INSURANCE.
120 W. OkJ. Avs. 7!honv19
J. P. Alley of Kingfisher recently
chosen as profeesor of mathematics In
the Logan county high school is In
the city on business.
County Clerk Johnson went to Ok-
lahoma City where he Is attending a
D. Frank Johnston of Ralston was
a caller at the territorial orfloes to-
day. Manager Jos. Hlrsch of the Graud
Lender has returned from a trip to
Clyde Iteed a former resident or
Guihrie. is .'employed in a hardware
More at Marshall.
4 M Gingrich a prominent mer-
chant of Marshall was In the city a
few hours ttbday.
Col. Heriuf nrsun of the Itueiaelll-
BrnuH company was at Unid and
Forrest Keys Is visiting relatives In
Attorney lr M Jones spent last
evening at Marshall
Representative J 11 Decker of
Pond Creek who has been In the city
the past few days returned to hie
home yesterday afternoon.
Bdltor Fernanda of the Law Jour-
nal passed slirough the city today en-
route for Stillwater.
IHskop tfeersohaert went to Okla
homa City. and other points today to
George Kflne of ISdmond arrived In
the olty today to attend thpfuncral of
Don't fall to come and enjoy that
funny farce comedy "The Man From
the Hast" at tho opera house tonight.
Price ISc. 16c. 36c.
"The Man From the Bast" at the
Drooke' tonight. Prices l5o 26c 35e.
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FOR HALE BY
Starting Monday August 31
C. W. Stater presents his
MADISON SQUARE THEATRE CO.
Ia a series of Repertoire and high-class Vaudeville. Novsr
so tfood as dowv A superb example of a perfect organization.
Bach nigts bill a new one. Each performance continuous.
Lad tej free on Monday night when acompnnled by one paid.
38c seat ticket purchased befprc 0 o'clock same day.
Tickets on sate Tuesday morning at usual place.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 55, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 3, 1903, newspaper, September 3, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72145/m1/5/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.