The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 84, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 29, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LADER GUTHRIE OKLA.. SATURDAY OCTOBER 29. 1004.
E & f
One Price Clothier
in a comfor-
nel or Domet
long and full.
H. H. Kondenu wan here frum Beav
H. C. Wilson of Douglas waa In tlrt
"Yni'll Haup fn Hnrru "
1 Thomas Ste.v:ns
W. H. Thornnenn
hero on business
of Topeka wa
or lAwton was
This cold weather is causing a great
many men who have not laid in their
Fall and Winter Underwear
to hasten to this store. We have a biV
stock oi the Right Kind of underwear
in boih Union and Two Piece suits and
we sell them at the Right Prices-ae-A
Small-profit to us the best garment
for your money that its possible to be
had to you. No matter whether you are
tall and slim or short and fat there's un-
i derwear here to fit vou.
"We have but
and it's the
to be had
W N. Stafford of nearer spent jros-
tenter In Omhrle.
William Walker of ArHpaho was In
the eUy this morning j
C. R Adarra of Pawnee was a vIbI-
. loi In tlio capital city j
p C St. Hwl earao In tola niprnlng.
from Rnl.l on business j
I B. V. KohArt of Wilbur. Neb. w
a th3 capital city un Inurinc:.
KJpfor v ANDJ
The adjustability of Mellln's Pood is
one of Its good points. Mellln's Food
can be adjusted and is suitable to the
needs of the youngest infant as well
as children of the more advanced
age. It only takes a minute to pre-
pare it as there is no cooking nec-
esnary. Send for free sample.
MELLIN'S FOOD rt0 DOSTON MASS.
R M m -. -
SANTA FE BNCOUNT'SRBD
Mi. nnl Mr. U IS. Cain of (aslilon
were today visiting frtaiuls.
President Ripley Rocounts
Troubles Incurred by
1. T. Tucker went to
City vesterday on htirtnces
J C. Hnrlilns of t'roscont City wn.
a business callfr In fluhrle
Mrs. E. D. MclJiuijhlln. deputy ol.Tk
of Kingfisher county was here.
si 9 i
U-Wi e 0P.
Kansas City Mo. Oct. 20 "Thl'ty
l million dollars i not too high an estl-
Oklahoma mulu m tl18 nnount necessary to be
spent In providing Hdmiunte- joint fa-
cilities for handling the frolpht and
nnBsenger htndnsss in Kansas City."
sntd R. p Hipley. president ot tho
Santa Fo aystoni. laot night.
.Mr. niplrty ami J. W. Kcndrlck third
ivloa president nd mombur of the ox-
ocuttvu commltteo 'that has the propc
C B Keller nnd J. P. Mnrtlnmwo otl PllVr for " now unlm lassengor ata-
Burben Ind wyro In Guthrie yoeter- llon n- Kanwis City In hand tnlkel
day. -; I fr an. Iiur ooioernlnjr tlm develop-
0 I mont of the Canta Fe and dhe neods
J T). Crnham of Wichita cntne In"1 Kansah City in connection with the
today to 'ransnet 0!io Important lnial-i rallroadB Juat a yoar ago Mr. Itlploy
.Kl.l. .muA 1... f nil.- l
jlOSB imiiu; i iiv UMif.ur jou UYO.iiiiii oiobit
you nre t the work out oMhe prob-
lem for ndequato ficllltlcfi In Knnmis
City." He repented this rctnnrk last
Secretary Mlllnm G alines made n
biminess trip to Oklnhcaim Clly e-1
(iuthrie's Leadins Clothier
j "ir Mr A In hell nrtd Oeorw J. Qwild
hae been oorrr-ctly tpioted thtv have
anld that it would tahe 25 million dol-
. Inn to work out the problem" contin-
ued Mr. Itlpley. "Tho estimate ia not
low It probably will take met to do
all tkat la necessary. But there nre
ronlllotins intcrasta and whnt la e-i
- i wviHMiy a luialneaa la generally no-
Judce Olamlth returned yerterday body's business. Fverjbcdy ougnt u
from niackwell where he attended the lp to w.irk out these problem m-
Bim tournament. clurtlne; the city. I would like .o em-
plmnlxe the necessity ot efClclent aa-
John W. i'nvniro of llenver wna hra
today attending to important bu Blows
Prof. Ki.mk Uu.'k. aurerintendenl of
public schools was in Oklahoma City
Hih Grade Clothier and Furnisher.
mrm . m
Of " - -J
They have an old say-
lng -The Clothes Don't
Make the Man" but ou
will have to admit that
they go a long wnv to .
wards it. Moreespeci.il
ly so thee days when a
man can step into a tint
clns6 store and put on a
SUIT OR OVERCOAT
and be as weU dtessed
as any TAILOK MEAS-
and at on half the cost.
A Good Pitting Stylish
Suit or Overcoat of this
ma.ke makes contented
aid satisfied men out
the wearer they make
him feel like a man and feeling so he's bound to act it.
A nice fitting garment makes a man feel batter makes
him pleasanter in his associations.
That's why so many arc taking a tumble to the fact
that it don't cost but a Lttle more to be WELL DRESSED
thau it did to be ILL DRESSED.
Come in and let us put you innide of the' best lilting
best made suit or overcoat you ever owned or i he price.
DON'T FORGET We also carry a full stock of every
thing worn by Man Boy or Child besides lots of novelties
that are conducive to man's comfort but not actually nee
essary such as Bath and Lounging Uobes Smoking Jack-
ets etc. etc.
High Grade Clothier
Plcv-in Firfures end Strictly
One Prices to All
Chas. R nilllngaley former preat- siatanrc on the part of the municipal u RIBBieillHlllina OB in DH B SIh I 1 M R Sill
for Harn.onlous cttlenient
Northern Securities Case.
iinini inrnat in i in0 mi dent of the Cnpluil National bank waa outhorjUoa
"1ll l-t At-nata . li -i i 1
in in9Hoe veetaruay. '" n.i .uiii.irii m
New York Oft. 20. The nraor
come'. fron Wall street thut the North-
ern Securities cas has boon settled.
Edward It Harrlnlan having partud
with his stock-tb James J. Hill and J.
Pierpont Morgan. ' Although official
confirmation of tho rumor could not
be obtained tl.ere Is reason for bo-
lleing (hat the details are rapidly
belns worked tint for tho largeit most
jsocurltics of every other big system
0f' James J Hill will be nn Important
I factor In the now somf-comblnatlon
iwhjeh Is said to bo In process of forma-
ton and notn mil ana tiarrimun win
got many thlnps which thoy have lonsc
coupht The details of the sotile-
inent nre unknown but in a general
way it is believed that matters aro
being so arranged thnt all present do
hires on the part of tho Northwestern
and Mic St. Paul to sccuro Jndepend
Kansas City are too vast to admit of
W. II. Minaliall of Oklahoma City nagloct on the part of anyone All
was In the city this morning attending ht to pull together to tacure propen
to some special duslnoaa. faellltlaa for hanrlllnjc freight arte-
... tpiate facilities for taking enro of the
B ti- KnntiBfi came ln this morning ptwsonger luiHlnass and perhaps as
from a soveral days buslnoae trip Important as any tho protection of
over tno Eastorn Oklahoma. railroaa properly and othor property
i ln tho rallnnd district irom damago
Captain and Alts. BolJ. F HeRlo-' by Inundation. Conflicting lntoresta
win Imivp todav for 121 Heno. to visit must no reconciled. Tiie nuay man
t Ion on other lines nnd with tho
nunioroiiti lur'nctrles that are spring-
ing up in Kansas City U add to the
hundreds ot Industries now requiring
tho attention of the ralltomla.
"Ve have lost a million dollars In
floodh within 90 dnys In Now Mexico
and Oklahoma. Our Iohsch In tho val-
lojs of the Neosho Verdlpris and Kaw iiurk. ye mothers! don't forget
rivers in Kansas by flood this voar "TERTJlHwA'" In tho market yet.
aggregated $300000. Our ontlro loss A friend of babies Is Dr. Moffolt.
before he Is hurt and C million mllns
before ho Is killed. There are fewnr
persons killed and Injured now In rail-
road accldauts In proportion to tho
number traveling than twenty Year)
ago A laire pertentngw or Hie peo-
plo killed are trespassers."
ent extensions to tho Pacific coast their son Ed Hosier over Sunday.
will be remoted. The sale of thq
Great Western and the Wisconsin Cen-
. ...... . ... in thq floods of 1003 in Kansas City ii( c'uriHi tliolr IIU for lit Up nrnflt
has onoiiKh to do for tho present with-1 vvy . ... no cures uuir nni ior nine prom.
. i...ni..o. t nnoiritV..v...i tVin .MiY-.-v- w a v.. .......-. "inuijurii Allays irritation
Mrs Chirlc Seely hbcen enter' proposlt.ons'are problems of today and I Jtf""? '1 "'Sii'1 Blon nepulntcs 11 Bpweb Over-
prohcnalve and mo.t Important -- " '" -"'"L . tnln.ne Mrs. Frank Datds nnd Mlsamust be met b the peopjo now on' '"Vr 3 1"' ".:;"" I Z nos "' " tn i. ec a or
-av deal in history. -It Is stated ""' '" "" - "" . n w-n rtf iMmoaMhl woV.lcarth. The lack of facilities-. for handl- '""" ' -.-.-". - aummws itcat. anu mnKcs tettiunK
.. A . .. nr .!. tr.nr co-operation in tno interest oi --
tnat me ih-iiiiiok .vmcuiou -mu . . .
may be announced ma few days will ' no
SUlLII'li VtWMrK OnLVIll ll
lines from Chlcnco to Newton Kb.
.chance the entire western railroad
map and make ruinous competition
among western roads nn impossibility.
In brief tbo plan Is for every largo
railway system In tho vest to own n
FOt'NIJ- Lille's kid glove pearl but-
tons. Call at this office.
FUItNISHKD ROOMS Call at ?i0 B
be Included In tho deal.
aterman of BdraoAd. this wcek-lcarth. The lack of facilities; for handl
. iJltur.frt liia)litnaei lit tkMTlna' 4Vi a 1
. . 1- . Ti i .. .t. and to Ptrceil I. T. Npw safeguard
W.-A. McNally ot Seward spent yes- Santa re as much. It not more than l M a of hQ
terday In Guthrie. Jfc y.AlhorJln un)bcr 0I CMHaltl on ;Bllrpads aro
t 'faclllllco (or our own utejilbiit that
"""" ' Hon. II I. Wasson of Pond Creek does not give us what Joint freight
This Is to notify all union m.en and wns jn tne 0ty. jjo 1 touring tho terminals would do abllUyito handle
others lntere?ted iu .unionism that a territory nnd mnklnK si.eechoa for promptly buslnoss with our" oonnec-
sientincr win no.noici in liirzei nan. -r ...-.!
.. - iranK jiinuiev
Notice Union Men.
November 3. lDOi at 8 p ro. at which
bouiq Important business will be trans-
acted. Everybody comol
Signed : '
Frank Reed F. L. Woodruff
Notice. Union Men.
Ml Nlta Wllllaroa of Ardmor. who Jg t0 notfy n mlon mfm
has been the ueat or Ml l'n' others Interested In unionism that a
Barnes for the paat fw daya. baa re- - H )M held n nfrze
ratio to the number of trains run
nnig' 'less the nofepruards provided
The greater tho safeguards the fower
the casualties Taking tho number of
mtlos traveled compaiod to tiiu num-
ber of killed for a basis the average
nan womM travel Vt million miles
Easy and costs Only ?fi cents.
Jocond hand k:anb. register. CbtaR
for cash. CaJl at Loader otttco
WANTED Manager for branch office)
we wish to lr-citte here in Outhrlo.
Addtesa. Hlth references. Morrlu
Wholesale iloiuo Care this Paper.
Will save 38 per cent of
your coel bill.
Better Investigate it!
Sate this iu
To The Little Ladles: Bring your ads to our store
Saturday evening Oct 0. at eight oclock. Mark each
package with your name age and address H
Dr. Morse and Dr Render will count thif ads nd make
tnrned to her home.
Kdltor Kcliols or Mangum. waa a
vteltor In Unthrle to.'ay He reports
that Uree- county Is point tor Ma-
thews almoat unnnin'nuly
Territorial Atdltor h. W. Pairter 14
In receipt of an limitation to attend the
raauguratHm K C. v. Dabney aa rrf-
dent of the Cincinnati tinlveralty Ko-
President Itlpley and a party of
Santa I'e officials were la the city laat
nlgnr. They came on their sMvla!
train and left early Uila mcrnlnc for
polnU In the south. They are Inspect-
ing the road.
H. J Oarner of Coyle. was In the dty
on his way Jojw. hat tne been In Kan-
sas tor eewftl week eonauntnutluff
auute real eut deals Ha)vs that
Kansas is iu nn' cm!iMoe Jvyt now
4 that fusion luis a fine chance of
Inning there this' time
November 3. 1901. at S p. m. at which
some Important business will be trans-
acted. F very body come!
Franl' Reed F. U. Woodruff.
Nhfil. (I Nuts
Etc . Kt
O6ajC30COS05ii iO'5i'W5SC532SK&i&&'S Miss Alice Paiin? "f tt'U mv
Born o 'VIr .tnd Mr- I' hn I. ' ral ;
of OWlalu nr Ci'. a laiv girl Tl'-r
day Mrs t'r.iig mtiu before r. arrlage.
We are agents for the
"Big 4" in Coffees
'Faust Blend " Prgh
Seal Brand" Goods
White Houh-." I J' st
'Uini.igtun Hall." ( I.
1 1 SMEroaflhuEN
S Are hera ia many pretty designee. The welt oles with
i hitfii Cuban heels and patent tips; the Blticher luce with
A ft Cuban heels patent tip and light ilcxiblo soles - Queen &
x 4 Quality Shoes are noted for their line fitting Qualities-- ?
HVA i a -.. r... u... i ..i ..i.. H V
jr to'-'- tuiiai in in kccii viitnii auuva given cuai
S V. and if race to the wearer.
All Styles $3 00 and S350.
A ( li i Id can buy as cheap ab a man here.
i 118West Oklahoma Avenue.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 84, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 29, 1904, newspaper, October 29, 1904; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72293/m1/5/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.