The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 69, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 15, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1904.
nHBy Hj R HHr bH l Issn bbb ssfi Wi WW flU ssK
YOURS IS H
ssTI n IVtc CW in KS BH Iff!
0ir Eivtire Stock of New Fall and Winter Clothing is Here
NEW TOP COATS
OUR stock of Clothing represents the highest standard of excellence attained by any ready-to-put-on Clothing
and Overcoats are the equal of the best made-to-order garments. Our "Coats keep their shape until worn out.
every thine: that's new in Suitings nobby double breasted suits in the fashionable browns blacks and fancy worsted.
hardly afford to buy your suit without first looking us over. Our assortment of fancy Cheviots you will say is far superior
any shown in the city from $10.00 to $20.00the suits we show are $2.00 to $5.00 better than any other store in town : : : : :
Men's Fall and Winter Underwear
Men's Shirts and Half Hose Men's Hats
In all the latest fall styles. Men's exclusive fall neckwear. New fall trousers. It is worth an hour of any man's time to in-
vestigate our stock and prices. We have been selling the bulk of the fine clothing sold here for the past fourteen years. It's
due to the fact that we have resorted to no clap trap efforts but confined our system to honest methods and selling honest mer-
chandise at the lowest prices.
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$2700 INSTEAD OF $1.
Lawton Town Council Buys
QUICK BRIDGE BUILDING.
Record Broken In Construction of
Bridge Across Canadian.
Chloka&ha I. T Oci. 15. Tho firs'
i nwinn niiii.. Or.t 16. In ( mte or tram since tnt washout passed oer
the fact tlwt tim county commission- tho Itock Island 'iridK between Miu-
os ngrowl to give the el'y a site for co and ffil fleno vsstuniay evening t
the new city hnh for $1 per year tho q o'clock. Mr. Bishop superintendent
...!H! hna voted t nnv $5750 for a !ot brMe tor tide dhurrct hrnke the
bite oao Mock ciwt of the court hose
squire. Dy a vota of 5 to 4 the con
tract vvaa made to give the
ecord lor quick work on this bridge
The length of the urldgQ. l.bOO foet.
abore nnd It was liiilll in oxaotly five u.l a
price for a pint of ground on Fourth half dRja. When work first Iwgau It
1 .... ll.m.Mli. .1..I. ...... ...A..I.H .. l.lll 1..
VUH UlUnKUfc lliai. lii wvvma it.iuii' ic
I rcqulrod. as not n piece of ttniber of
Mrcut COxlOO feet
Can You Eat.
J. JJ Tuyjor a prorahient rrercUant
of ChrlesiRan Tex. sas: "I cVJuld
!iOt eat because of a vealt olonmoh.
I lost all etrength ana ran down In
weight. All that money could do was
done but all hope of recovery van-
ished. Hearing of some wonderful
cures oftected by use of Kodol Dyspep-
sia Cure. I concluded to try it. The
flrat bottle benefitted mo and after
taking four bottloe I am fully restored
to my usual strenjrtn. weight and
hoalth." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dl-
goeU what you eat and cures. Sold
by J. N. Wallace.
tho old Lrlilso was loft nftur tho flood
came. Everything had to lx built
and U was dono under isrcat aifflctdiy
Mr. Bishop aUo mado a record tor
brid.e building last su.nmpr when
iho Salt Fork bridge wo.it 'out hpr.
Tho bridne Is sixty-five foot Ion and
it was put in Borvlco in forty-eight
World's Fait Visitors.
The pavilion orectod by the Vrieco-
.tnck Island S stems at Main Rntrance
af the World's Fair Is suroly a place of
no little interest In feet It la .ne of
tho many attractions.
Visitors to the World's Tnlr are cor-
dially invited to Inspect tho Frisco
Rock Island System bulldln; Hen
will bo found a place of rest comteoui
attention besides there will bo dis-
tributed free of cost souvenirs tu.d
descrlptlro literature of the Great
SouthwofiU Tho roador will undoubt-
edly overlook a very important attrac
tion In case of failure to visit the
Frisco-Rook Island System pavilion.
Remembor. Main Eulranco World
Gas! Gas) I
The best for light. Tho beet for
fuel. I.eavo your orders for gas now.
Quthrle Gas Co.
I FRENCH FEMALE
A Sirs Cito fiiutr fee Bumim UstiMTi.
RCVIIlKOWIITOrAIL ' Hpuji aU-
vkar.br4 Sumptt Ytt It jav 4n(UI a Mi
baft Vbsm mu4 r MUX t ttff
UNITtOMCOICAlCO o74. U-lomTlK. PA.
aold la Guthrie by Cha$. Renfro.
One of Many.
It. A. Itsdale of Sunimerton S CM
suffered for twenty years with the
Piles. Specialists were employed and
many remedies used but relief and
permanent good was found only In the
use ot HeWitt's Hitch Hasel Salve.
This la ouly one of tne many many
cures that have been affected by thin
wonderful remedy. In buying Witch
Hazel Halve It Is only necessary to
ee that you get the genuine DeWJtt's
made ly K C. DoWitt & Co.. In Chi-
cago and a cure is oertaln. DeWitt's
Witch Hael Salve cures all kinds of
piles cuu bums bruises eesema
tetter ringworm skin aisao8 etc.
Sold oy J. N. Wallace.
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HARRY THE CABMAN
uan now dc ioona-M urusotn k
Smith's Livery Stable on DkU. Are
Zsv OrJr Tbar. T
The World's Fair.
in making your arrangements for
the world's fair at St. Louis this sum
mer it you consider convenience and
saving of time you will take the Wa-
bash Railroad as It runs by and a 'ops
at Its station at the em trance of the
fair t rounds; thus saving several
miles run and return and the inevlt
able jam at the big Union station. B)
all means consider the. advantages ot
The Avery Meisengear sorvtoe is now
owned ly J. P.
Both Phones 6$S.
Tli fall khooting season bus coine.
it is time to jtet busy with dog sod
gun and grvt tlia birds a frltht. and
tlic qtunlv farmer a eliase. How are
you fliod for
We can furnish you tkif. season ih
a nne 12 or 10 g-j&se IUinlngUn Ilirr.
nwrlesa for MS 00; UhUa guns from
?1S. 00 toj00. Fine Belaln Double
Oarrttd kw with outfit Ur $i:.oo and
a Hood Single Barrel Breech loader
fur ?!5.0'.. Bart Keal. rifle that oier
uas made for Si Ot.
Don't fowet if rH hT any g'i
wotk to do that we have Iho ouly sort
euoush vunniith In the land iud can
make your old gun better than a ne
one ever wis In short ordr.
N w line Just la tom 7Se to Jj m
TOBACCO CIGARS AND PIPES.
To St very mouth and suit every
$400 Piano Free.
o IS-" LoiAP. Church School. Union
Fire Uepftfinent or organization of
0 -HI. lie that is oted the most popu-
lar by February 5th 1905. Oiie vote
fre .vith cver 25c cash purchase
from any af the following metrliants
riano an oliiUiUon at Patterson's
furniture store ballot box at t'eufms
dt up btcrt- wlwre all votea nuiat bo
Lst of Firms Issuing Tickets.
New York Hardware Store Hardware
Patterson Furniture Co- .Furniture.
Renfro Druca. 20 W. Qljlahoron
Klondike Meat Market UO W. Harri-
J. E. Jennlngt Orocorles and QUeenv-
Tom Jenkins Clothing Furnishings
P. C. Robinson Show HI E. Okla-
N. F. Cheadle. Coal 424 W Oklahoma
Cammack Livery 1 Hoover Bros. So
Llndwalt Bros Tallont. lt) South
Elks Bar U. 'A. Hoover Prop ) Fami-
The Saddle Roek . Restaurant and
Olsmlth Arms Co. Sporting Ofloda.
Rtc US South. Dlvia'on Street.
Page & Co. Photographers 118 West
Otto dchultr Bakery and Confection
ery Cor. Okla. and Broad and
105 South First Street.
Oklahoma Iron Works Machinists
and Plumbers. I'lvone S2.
E. M. Chester Groceries ICtc
'M J. Frank Lai v. WoiMi.- r Ut...t...
w Cj vJi? SlCs
Murrtyt'o of Nr Vork
an Aksociatiuu of Topka Kan
rnone i.ti..' lH.imuouiu Hank Ilulidlni- r-..ni rn
' T1SMSWT r
Keller. Spurlewk la8'e
attention to call J.
i 0LSI1TH ARMS CO.
Phone for GaslII
This winter yo. oan turn on ths
beat if you use gas; no coal required.
Thenew sa company wilt send a man
to see you 00 'phone call.
For the Lawyer.
For Sale Seven (7) volumes of do
cUkms of the department o( the Inter-
ior relating to public lands.
One volume Taylor'a Pleadings and
Practise (Kansas). Address Tto
Leader Guthrie. Okla.
are due to vigorous intelligeKt;efforts
and the success of the
Is due to igorcus iutelligent efforts to UNDERBUY and $
UNDERSELL all competitors.
Mr. Geo II. King is now in the Eastern markets of K
New Yorl'. Chicago Philadelphia and other points elev t g
injf lor the Fall and Holliday trade the jS
for his jtron that ever were brought to Guthrie. Even $
now. the goods are arriving and bargain seekers are tt
sw&rmio; the spacious store loom 113 "West Harriaoa g
Avenue and are going away happy. p
; Oo thou and do likewise. 1
Loaatlons In Oklahoma Wanted.
The Frisco ffttegi Jaaa and InrnV
gratioa assoclaueh Is already turnip
ltd share of the southwestern tide 4
loinilgraUo? to Oklahoma
. Three hundred and fifty &gent ot
this association from the 2aat anJ
North have Just completed a t6ur of
Oklahoma and viewed lUt resources
and interviewed Ks landowners and
local aseoclaUon agents for the sols
purpose ot bettor presenting Oklaho-
ma opportunities to the homeseekt
ind Investor in the older bates
This asoeJaUon is the most effl-
eient of its kind in existence and has
agents everywhere In the United
States. If you vUh to sell your farm
town or other profjert or 10 you de-
aire capital for factories mercantile
OBtahlishmeats or any of the Indus
tries plepe address It 8 Lemon
Secretary Immigration Bureau DepC
A. Frisco Building Saint Louts Mo.
8 A. Hughes
General Immigration Agovt.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 69, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 15, 1904, newspaper, October 15, 1904; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72281/m1/3/: accessed June 26, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.