The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 112, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 25, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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O G O O O O O O O O O O O O O O 02 Q Q o er O G tf o &o o o o o o o o o o o 6 o o o o o
THE LEADER GUTHRIE 0KLAH0MA.WEDNE8DAY NOVEMBER 25 1903.
One Price Clothier
We sell more
than all the
A man may be junt as thankful In his old clothes
as in new ones but he doesn't look it "We want
you not only to be ..thankful but-to lopkjj sq.
"We make it easy for i j by carrying the largest
stock of Men's and Boys earab'ps in Oklahoma
and are selling them at a much lower price than
you can buy elsewhere in Oklahoma. If you have
' "? ifc
not been in to examine our Big1 Stock we "invito
you to come in and know that it will save you
some money to do so.
made at our
store you are
you can return
the goods to
us we'll give
PERSONAL MENTION. .
- . k
Mm Judge Sumner viBjtltiglr-
and Mrs Itoy Sumner at Perry;
" Mrs. I). T ltainer lc In the oltjrom.
rerr viMting inenuB.
Fred Moore a prominent Perry
banker i In the city.
J. T Owfti has returned from" Per-
ulns. where he conducted ft revival
Guthrie's Leading Clothier
COBS AND COTTON.
$1.25. 6c per lb.'
will deliver big loads of dry cobs
125 per load; Hnt cotton Co por
lb will deliver cotton iroe wim
ordered with cobs. At Coylo's oil mill
Silver and Gold Velvet
y Prnof of the Bread ' .
la the Flour Uaed.
Jr S. A. Hoover one oir our prom-
it citizens and a conBtnt user of
ction flour drew a set or our
mmi lai..a the nt'hpr dnv at D.
il unters grocery storq corner Har
i and Broad. Mr. Hooyer had a
Saber of chances; No. G waB one of
r' Yli nH inrnAlr1 in ho tilt wlltlior.
j;' A Hunter is one of Guthrie's
.fti$ and substantial merchants
e Uuthrielte. He has built a
i icsu and reputation by being
w? tn nuthrin and Guthrie Inter-
r Frequently a customer will or-
Kj'om his grocer a saok of good
J" some merchants will send out 1
' 71 or shipped in flour saying It
-l ist as good" as Guthrie made
1 1 ! Kot so -with D. A. Hunter In
llnion and best; Judgment there
( .shipped lnojJruJust a good"
DEATH OF MRS. JOHNSON.
It B. Wrenn of El Pao Tetaa.
spent last evening in the city a guest
at the Rika.
J. V. Taylor of Perry is visiting
frlenjg In the city.
C. D. Shane of Winfleld. is in the
it. T. Gridley. claim agent of the
Santa Fe spent a few hours In the
Bdgar Jones went to Kansas City
this morning where he will withes
the annual foot ball game between the
Kansas and Missouri university
teams tomorrow. He will attend the
college banquet In the evening.
Miss Luclle Mull'ial! was in the city
Oustave Hnmlll. president of the
Dank of FnlltB returned to his home
this morning nfter spending last even
ing in the clt'.
P. P. Itottey J. S. Lyon. G. H. Willis.
C .11. GriswoUl T. A. Nonl nnd Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Stumprf returnod this
morning from Oklahoma City whoro
they atten-J id tho mooting and ban-
quet of tl)o Mystic Shrine last even-
ing. Chub. Knox of Perry was In tho city
Sheriff Grace Is here from Tecum-
seh. Judge A. G. C. Bferer returned to the
city tills morning.
Mr. Hlrsoh.ot Uie Grand Leader re-
turned this morning from a trip to
New York. Nov there will be "soma-
thing doing" at tho fastest growing
store In Oklahoma judging by tho
largo amount of new goods which aro
constantly arriving. -
County Attornoy Johnson of Perry
Is In tho city today attending district
Mra. M. E. nankin of Parkins. Is In
tho city todny n guoBt at tho Royal.
Sheriff D. A. Bain of Newklrk was
in tho city today.
J. B. Henderson Is hero from "St.
Under Sheriff John'Mahonoy 1b at
Crescent City today Hqrvjng sub-
poenas. " '
Miss Besslo Tarkton of Vlntta Is a
guest at the home of Judge and Mrs.
T. J. Luwo on S. Broad.
Georgo S. Green Is at Pawnoe to-
day attending court.
(Direct from Baltimore.)
SPRING CHICKEN BOILED L0B6TER
Everything for your
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOCOOOOOOOOOOOOo
AGED COUPLE CREMATED
IBy Associated PreflsA - j
Grand Rapids Mich. Nov 25. Mr. j
and Mm George Smith ngeu sixty
yenrs. were burnel to death In-a (Ire
that destroyed their homo. Before
help could be rendored the Imlldlntji
collaptod. "" I
I The Lion
A Good Name.
From personal oxporlonco I testify
that DeWItfs Little Earjy Blsors are
unoquallod as a llvur pill. They aro
rightly named bocauso they glvo
strength and onorgy and do tholr work
with east. W. T. Easton Boerno
Tox. Thousands of people are using
those tiny little pills In proforonco to
all others because they nro so pleas
ant and offoetual. Tliey cure bilious-
ness torpid llvor Jaundice sick head
aoho constipation etc. Thoy do not
purgo anJ weaken but 'cloanso and
strengthen. Sold B. J. N. Wallace.
Cor. Harrison and Second St.
indian beads Irdian Noveltlof
Faricy bead worjc and Indian
pillows. Call p.nd see us.
Pioneer Resident of Guthrie a Victim
' of Dropsy.
Mrs. T. k. Johnson dlqd yesterday
aftoraoon at Jier homo' oornUr of
Broad and Noblo 'a' "victim 'of dropsy;
She had boon ill several' months.'
Mrs. Johnson was alxty-nvo years
of age and was born in Bangor Maine'
where shy was married lo T. " K
Johnson In I860. Tho husband andn'
son who Is superintendent of tho 0;v
lahoraa City water works aro left to
mourn hor dofalso. Mr. and -Mrs.
Johnson moved to "Wlhflold' Kas. In
J871 and reniajned In that city until
ilJSfiG wlion they moved to Springfield
Mp. and at the tlmo of tho opening
of Oklahoma camo to Guthrio and
havo since continued to resldo. hero
Mrs. Johnton was a member bt the
Episcopal church and' Wiw ojbsejy
Identified with ip& work' of bulling
up the Wen! church.' Tho funeral -took
place this afternoon the services b'd-
fog conducted W.tbe Trinity Episcopal
church by the Itov. A. B. NIoholas.
Thd floral offerings were mnny and
Lbeautlful and tho services were at
tended by many sorrowing friends.
Interment took placo at Summit View
O Monarch Plum Fancy Cluster
O Pudding 'Raisius
We have the largest and finest
In bulk ever shipped from Spain
FOR JlENT-HFurniehed rooms.
East Noble.' ' ' j1
Thanksgiving cakes made toprdgr.
Call for Mrs. Cooper "03
Popular Goods at Popular Prices p
We challenge prices on rft
There is only a day or two mose of
Armour's Extract of Beef
It is worth while visitintr. One dav they serve WelsTi '
Rarebit another day Cream of Chicken or some othef
ft Chafing Dish dainty. . And evqry day they are Ferving de-
al licipus soups Bouillon Beef Teti etc. No obligation tb
Its free wth pur compliments.
At Grand Leader
Mrs Willis Reeder has gone to Engineer and Mrs I3d German
East WFt Perkins where she will spend Thanks- spent yesterday at Arkansas City.
- Jglving with relatives I Bishop Brooko will conduct servicer
Sorosis AmericaLn Girl and
Hamilton Brownfor the Ladies
Edwin Clapp Boyden and
Hamilton Brown for the Men.
The Lioa Store
114 west Oklahoma Avenue.
ironlze home Industrie. It
i larger par! rolls.' More- ewploy-1
t for our clUtena.
vlodel Roller Mills
-i Tom Doyle the Perry attorney and it 1'erry tomorrow.
IJfJfJY CflD UE umooratc politician wus In the city
DCal rUH I ItC last evening.
t;aan i. uaue cnairman 01 mo jie-
u jr kT'i rtoiw kiur fTMB'
imJi mnur. m' Ul Mirlll M. 1
tntlinM.ulMnll. rn.U Ik
TMlMt 97u r U1 ptlHi. U lutuMii. TM
is ki niihi wr zram
Btf5teirtk'fc ' Jm
b alt1 ImJi.. al tll Arhnf dfttfHt W I Si A
illUill'iWl lljijlfunai uuuiiui ujuiuiutcv
Mttttiu was in Guthrie over night and went
? tinrlli ita mn$Titni "
Aurls 'McQueen has returned from
a trip to Oklahoma City.
A Remarkable' Case.' '
One of the most remarkable case's
of a. cold doep-fioatet! i$n the lungs
causing pneumonia Is that of' Mra
Gertrude E. Fonder. Marion Iud. who
was' entirely cured byih(3"uso of One
Mirfnte Cough Cure. 8he says: Tba
CAT !CM UKE OAND
Mauuit. Ptliibll. Patant. Tlila Cia&i. B i ...
5j.Kl. sict.Mw.tof(jriMiioia4 to pend Thanksgiving witn riauves.
&SrKi.ff""'B'?Sik' ! Harry :. Titus traveling live stock
tarttaMCaB3T CtwiiTfiu gent for the Santa Fe tfpent last
KEEP YW ILOM 0LEIK ' city
Mri and Mi's. J N. Keys left tblf coulililnB and sirafnlngii so weakened
me 'that I ran down In weight from
14S tb 92 pound.-' I 'rleil a number of
rem bd lea to no h'vall untv) I usod One
Minute Cough Gure ; Four' bottles of
this wonderful rnrnedy curJ me en-
tirely of the cough' strengthened my
lungs and restored trio to my' norms)
weight health arid 'st'femrhr '
Bold by J N. Wailaoe.
attomoo'n for-Ppbd Creek where thoy
will spend Thanksgiving with rela-
tives. District Clerk T. A. Neal nnd Coun-
ty Commissioner Cbaa. Orlswold at-
tended the meeting of the "MyBtlo
Shrine at Oklahoma City yesterday.
Mr. and lira. Clark Fiold are here
That you fet your money back if not gatisltcd is
good for anything purchased from ua. is also true
of our special sale of 25 dozen tooth brushes worth
form 20c to 50c each.
Your Choice for Only 20e
This Week Only
Bee them in our front show window
F. B. LILLIE & CO.
Drugs Wall Paper and Paint.
204 Harrison Ave. and
119 First Street PHONE NO. 7.
Fudge peanut cream couoanut flaka
J Foucart Wood Co.
Yard cor. 4th street and Springer Ave.
Guthrie Short Line Railway (10c round trip.)
Cord wood delivered to any part of the city from 50c up
dry or green cut to any length to suit you split for cook-
stove or heating fetove.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 112, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 25, 1903, newspaper, November 25, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72215/m1/5/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.