The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 113, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 3, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEASER GUTHRIE OKLA.. SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 1904.
$2.50 Worth Sent Free.
Or. Miles the Great Specialist In Dis-
eases of the Heart Nerves Stom-
ach and Kidneys.
Will Send a Trial Course of His New
and Remarkable Treatments
mien an experienced physician of-
fers to site away $2.50 Treatments for
disenaes of the heart nerves stomach.
Kidneys or dropsy. It is conclusive evi-
dence that he has great faith tn it. And
Yh.cn hundreds of prominent men and
women freely testify tt hie unusual
skill and the superiority of hi New
Fpectal Treatments his liberality la
cei'ainlv worthv of serious oonsid-
That Krnakltn Miles M. D M 11.
is me of the world's most succeeBful
phvHiciuus la provon hy Hundreds of
vonderful cures of well known peo-!
pie One patient cured after failure of (
eleven Grand Itaplda physicIniiB. one
after being given up by thirty physt-l
clans one aftei nlno of the lending;
ifn in vo.t Vnrfc riiv pl.lin.lol.
"Wia ssi r. -wf .-
j.hla and Chicago failed. i
IIim late Prof. T. S. Jowoll M. D..
o'l.or oi the .l.mrna or Mental and "Will " eV e volunieer or
Nerous Iitaensos said: "by all meant regularly paid fire department? la the
publish vonr surprising results." Prof. aul"' nt Bnid.
J F iloa. M D ex-Presldont of Rush k
Mcrlical College wrote In 1874: "Dr. I A ton of bullion from the iVleliltas
MH has taken two course of mr'.WM nyod at Lawton ni.
priver infructi ns In dlaeueee of tho 'lp ?1u0 vorth old.
Iieart and lungs." "
Mr. Truninn DeWoose editor of the Thp Otter Valley News must hiue
Chicago Times-Herald state: "Dr. a Missouri edlto.-. Tteceutly it got
Miles cured me of years or Inherited 0t "slow me JSdltlon "
headache nnd dizziness." Tho well
known n-aniifiustiirer of Frceport. 111.' aWolioma wmhliw may he turne
.T C Rcott. snya- "I had fruitlessly t0 Mn torrilory dafknoss when con-
Bpe-.t thousands of dollars on phyel-
!cns until I consulted Di. Miles.''
One thousand romnrkablo tostlmon-
!als sont upon request
As all may have tho Doctor's Book
valuablo advice nnd $2 50 worth of
treatment especlnlly prepared for.
their case free ns a trlnl wo would '
ndvlso every sick ona to send for them
tit once. Give a caroful dosorlptlon of
your svmptoms. Address. Dr. Frank-
lln Miles. Dept. G. Grand Dispensary!
1175 to 1185 Mnln St. Klkhnrt Ind.
WATKINS INDICTED O.
Enid. Okla. Dks. 3 H. H. WatUine.
cashier of the defunct Citizens' bank.
was Indicted by the grand ;ury on
twolrn ponnta. oliiht fr r rpoolvlne do
poalta when he know tho bank to bo
insolvent two for omberlement one
for forterv nnd one for false state-
ments to the bank commissioner. Hln
bond has bean flxovl at $0800. The """'niri.inK " - '-" 'e iu-
president of -he bank WlUlam Ken- ati'Utlon.
"lU" W" "Ut '"""
Mr A R Kane a prominent diua-
Mr. A R. Kane a iromlneut diug
Slat ot Baxter Spring.. Knnsa-. says'
Chamberlains stomatti and i.iver
Tablets are. in r.iy judgment the most
superior preparation or anythint. in
use today foi constipation. They are
ure In p.ction nnd with no toudenry
to nauseate or nrlpe" For sale by
0. N Wallace.
COW DID IT.
Animal Is Reopontslble for the Death
of a Man.
Marshall Okia. Dec S. While
lending a cow to pasture and hnvlnn
a g m in his hnnd the animal chaired
oi- Ira Cuinrrini s. a farmer vialUm
M brother In . near Marshall and I
in tho rtonmi'iare thi Ktin waa dis-j
vharpeit. the r'nr'i tak'ng effect in
Oumr.lpisf' i) ' ati'-liiR death a fi-w
Local Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
W. .1. Berry of Cushlna. married . '
' n .
Mrs. C. Henderson of Guthrie l i
fovincion is growing
M tlmdlst churoh
It has n
Vln'i-t Sprinsrs is sretUna; up lur
"rep" as a bloody village.
Summer 1 rone and winter is on '
anil fJiithriti is glnd twit she wa-.
rlle sir) oI tu8 Kingfisher lift
aeori1 " organised a basket bnii
The V. linond Hnterpmo sny one iV
foolish to stub one's toe on the same
Tmi "!r count; jt.il h j
twewy - -I.-M i ( 'ioseor mis-
iness v ' ' I
"" Uas finished Its session
Tiic kuki iivents wishes to Mpiore
the enrth hennnth that town. Thli Is
I n good time to do It ns winter Is on
It took nn official count to prove
that Wowls county una skinned b (
1-oaau ci.unty In Republican mnjo- t
Beaver wants n rnllro.trt. Tho cltl
sens hne mado up thol- .ainds tlut
the only way to get one ts to go to
Snydei and Lejter are quarreling: uest Aalvc on the Market. iCveiy fain-
Snvder haa a telonraph operator nnn "v should keep it ns it is an Invalu
thr other town hasn't. Who will keep hlP household lomedy nnd should al
The Day County bank of Grand has
Increased Its capital stock to $10 i'to
The ll.tle flvvear l.l . of Mr
" Mrs H. A. Ross of Merrick was
"'"'" aa a e8t ot n klcU
Whenever cofon takes a drop now
the farmer calls It "Cotton Shoots lli
Chutes." They've all been to the'
Father VIncont parish pri-t at Yn
kon. died suddenly last Tuesday a'
I Hotel Leo in Oklahoma City. He wa
30 yenre of ago.
The Santa Fe bridge at Pur.
which washed out during the flood or
the South Canadian river lias uteu
found near Calvin I. T.
The Coyb Clipper haB the heart "
print the following A blp stoel
healrhv loollny rojtro came In the i'
ice lrrlila aud n-niart oil that in- swu
Tell Your Neighbor
Hundreds of thousands of women suffer with irregular p"ri(wls Tliou-.unls suffer
tKarinjz down pulii.i. Others are uervoua and have all limnnci of pains in the abdomen
Kuk nook limbs and head. WINE OF CAKIU'I (TULS ALL l'HKsK 1UOI HI.KS.
There Is banlly s home where wiiki woman U not thu vutiw of feiuate weakness In
some form In your home there ut a Mjffrri-r. . There is anoiln r in your neighbor' home.
mi- of (:irdui will cue you your aUter your motlteror your daughter. It will
cure your th ihbor.
0i-r J. 500 000 nufferiujr wohh-ii have been cured by ine of Cardui. Hundreds
of thouaaniU f well unl happy women li i. their health beoaii-te --oiue luterentd friend took
them a botiK- of Wine of Cardui ur lend ;iUut wlnt tltis wouiicrtul woman's tonlo would do.
Will yo4i not follow Mrs. hmitlers' euuilit lv giving Wine of t-ardul
" WHIZ I
WALK A MILE"
Is a laconic definition of toliofjran ride.
."M" rj. ?'" .TV1 1M
but it s a long climb bark to the atar .'
point. It is very much that way with
Health ; it is quickly Inst and slowly
the first symptoms
of failing health ap-
pear proper cari
tn a y prevent the
descent to utter
weakness and debil-
i t y Usually the
complication of dis-
orders known as
peneral debility has
its origin tn a dis-
eased condition of
the stomach and
other orgnns of di-
gestion and nutri-
tion These diseases
are perfectly cured
bv the use of Dr.
It cures through the
which have their or-
igin in a diseased
condition of the
There is no alco-
hoi in the "Discovery" neither opium
cocaine nor ouier narcotic
"1 wa- all run down hrt no Mtem
hftrn flarfintf TMtntl All throtUFll Dlf
nek chr rvtrr da " writM Mrs. Frok-
wll orsalnmsnca N V 'I wan also iromi
with ilntrnwrd frrlinR m Ih tomarti and pain
In front cf the hh bones I had a "tt -oueh
and It nearly killed me to draw u long breath.
I wa a sore thrrwrh m liinwr
si wrote to t)i Plene telltiug rav Tmttoni
at near as I could He sent me a very kind
tetler advtolne me to try Ills medtciue which
1 did. add before I had taken them a week I
was decidedly better I took two bottles of the
GoWen Medical Uteeovety ' and twooflh Pa-
vortte ITecripllon' and am sure t never felt
better In my lib than when I quit taking thera "
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a cure
broke and what could wo do for him.
Ho got tho marble heart and was t
to hun' up a cotton flold.
Percy Cornell of Woodwapl cou.i:.
who wat? defeated nt tho into election
for county olork will go Into th
The twenty banks m Gontancue
county are delinquent on their tasea
Thev sny that tho courts will decld
the matter however In regard to thr
Beware of Counterfeits.
"DeWitt's Is the only genuine Witch
Hnrel Sslve" writes .1. I. Tucker of
Alii. "'. have uae'J It in rav
family for Pile. Cuts and Bums for
years and ear recomirlonit It to be th
ways ba knt on hnnd for immediate
us " Mm Samuel Gone of North
Bush. N U . says "I had a feter sore
on mv anklo for twelve years that the
doctors could lint cure All salves avl
blood remelles proved worthless. I
could not walk for over two years.
"'-""'' persuaded to try De-
l "" TIal'e Snhe' whch hM
completely ciirl ine. It is n wonder-
ful l)eW.f. Witch Haael
0. .ii.. ii
it sr til .- v iuiwmii its s sssa r
Sold by J. K Wallaco.
JCear Hlpley a wetldlng vaa 'lnK
niTtntod and tlie day had arrived.
Morn'nr nnd noon pnssotl nnd no
groom can.? to the home of the bride.
1 Darkness came and still no groom. At
midnight a physician was aununoued
to iave tlio bride The groom wee 1m1
a doctor also. He had delirium trem-
ens the tiert day.
Eeantho Tti8 Kind Y Hats Alwars BM
One of the ft: jiy -hlngs tl at lid-
Iiihi come to lltiht In the church fir
oh s ot Lawirm Is that thp nvmb' r-
a tn.il and Uieu teil other hud(ri.r ot tur curor
Id i '.;!. ft. !i 1-mu.k Kv.. June 30 1901.
I feel it my duty to th mk - f r l rA 'i-- f "'mliti uw done for me I was
nervous worn-out aim on t'.- er"e or a mineral breuk-lown Providence dire it-1 one of
your lltllo buuka my w.iv an ! II "'.t a L llh uf . . t t'ardui. 1 ii.. 1 t..K n it tint
three days w'uen a dn 'l I i ' v n . n- (it!' I '. t did for in" it v ill I . f r any
other woman and 1 i - f ! t t . !vi ita" of i . Hunitvto nsoniini-i 'I if ana
reliable and aure our . ;i-. ri.'SHIK 1' SMTTHKR.
DRUGGISTS SELL SI. 00 BOTTLES OF
The fell ehooUng semarm has come.
It le time to get tnisy with dog and
We can furnish you thU seatun with
a fine 12 or 16 gunge Remington Hira-
merless for fJS.00; Ithlta guns from
J1S.00 to TtJ.00. Pino Helgoln Double
Cnrrfelml gun ntth outfit for $13.00 and
a good Single Barrel Breech-loader
for fft.O'i. Dost Stool rifle that ever
was made for $4 00.
Don't forget If you have any gun
work to do that we have tho ouly sure
enoueh gunsmith In the land nnd can
make your old gun better than a new
me ever w.is in short order.
FOOT BA .LS.
New line Just in from 75c to $6.0
TOBACCO CIGARS AND PIPES
To nt every mouth and suit every
0LSAI1TH ARMS CO.
or I. 'J.
u isitreued and Mould tnuw
amui ins wonderrol
MARVEL Whlrlina Sorov
ITlie new Ti..l itt.. Mn.
If hf ''aiiiiut sutpl J
uilii-r. Ullt Itvlld Itam u for
lllmlllrdlKik ...1.4. ItclTM
full lutrticnlsrisnd direct if.im in
TMitnMr tn Iniliri XI ll III CO..
ii rnrK mm .r lurk.
U 11KI n4 4inM BiflslM- twite etl4
nhiiinbiMa TttLe no other. Itrfuea
sii9fros Huhllltlon Nnd lialto
Uosie. ny f jor Drsf fiat t-r so I 4 it
stamre Ur I'ctrllvwlar. TrllmitlnU
04 "lUllff fmr ldlt-a"t Il(r h? riw
trn Mall. 1 o.O t( tiisssnn ttklsf
All Uraislats t hlrhrs'rr hmlrsil ('-.
Vol)a ihU f sfM AfadlMs. huearo. I -MI. A I
of the Fnuth Methodist church li.ni
a iKusum hunt on the night before
Thanksgiving ami when the dlnnnr
was served the next day the tables
were loaded with yellow legged chick
A Costly Mistake.
Ulunders are sometimes very ex-
pensive. Occasionally life itself Is
i he price of n mistake bwi you'll neve"
he wrong if yen take Dr. Kind's New
..Ife Pills for Dyapeistn Dlsriuess
Hondnche. Mver or Bowel trouble.
They an; Hnlle yet tlioroush 25c a
all drug itorcs
' QUAKER REFLECTIONS.
Good intentions never oome with a
An echo Is not the ouly hollow mock-
ery In this world
Tlv? biini doctor is sometimes egged
on to his woret.
If ahe la younjr and pit-tty a lone
WINE OF CARDUI.
AfflsS uMi v ll ra
lil rnr ntl.l for IL V JK -".
me V IMsHlntSSmK
nil -vj-y .m " ' r .
vm r "r .
iTJv Original and Onl )cnls
RSVftTSAFK. Alwftverellablt Ls.4lfsslruUt
A.4( CSa tut CIIIClIKvri.WVS KNi.I.ISII
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Prank Dale. A. G. 0. Bterer.
DALE A. BIERSR.
Andersoh Bldg.. Oklahoma Avenue
Attorney at Law.
Office In Adler Block South side Okla-
ORVILLE T. SMITH
J 09 S. Division. Telephone C51
Special attention to tho law of Cor-
porations Real Property nnd Insur-
ance. Outhrie. Okla.
GEO. M. DEUROFF
Justloo of the Peaes.
DR. F. D. STALFORD
Rooms 'i and 3 ovor Guthrie Savings
3tnk Phone No. 80.
Cor. First and Hnrrlson Guthrie Okla.
"THE STRAIGHT LINE."
The St. Louis z. Reno & Western.
GUTHRIE TO EL RENO
QUICK SCRVICU AND THE BF3T
T. L. Wolf Traffic Manager.
108 'A B. Okla. Avo. Guthrie Okla.
J. W. FERRIER
Optlclii-i and Jeweler.
40 Yeara Expcrlsnce.
116'2 E. Okla. avs. Guthrie Okla.
i i 'i
- XXAA - X
ARRY. THE CA3ivlA
Can now be found at ttrlaaotu &
Smith's Livery stable on Okla. Ave
I'll ON K 7-4.
Ivr Ordnra There
Elegance Ease Economy.
There's health and comfort to consider to say noth-
ing of convenience. Then again.
You touch the button we do the rest; do you catch the idea?
Call on us we take pleasure in answering questions.
The New Electric and Gas Light Co.
Galen Crow. Mnnnecr.
widow is seldom alone.
All work and no play doesn't appeal
to the theatrical ntanttftr.
Many an artist would ntflter psln
the town thao a placid landscape
There Is quite a difference rwtweon
a nominal fee and a phenomenal one
The tellew nho U adci'cted to the
flowing bowl is .seldom tbe best
There seems to be n bund of syuiM
thy botueeu the black sl.'ep and th
A thing Is generally fash'ousble be
cause it Is exinlve. and expensive
'vju.; '.: : iMSbiont e.
Tht fellow who liked to hug the girls
doew't oar so much about twloz fore-
wa.ned as four-armed.
The man after a woman'- own heart
nmy not wast it
girl who looks tood
hartly itorxi looktnir.
iillt'tice n-ay be Bolden but a lot of
talk -avora of brass.
A horse usually aots up when yeu
are trying to sell him.
THE ELKS HOTEL
Guthrie's Leading Hostelry.
Hates $t.00 and $9 60. Modern Cos
IH Blocks from Union DepoL
DRAKE aUERN. Proprietors.
THE ROYAL HOTEL.
Van Duyn & Baton Props
Bates $2.00 and $2.60 per day.
Lending Hostelry In Guthrie
Guthrie Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons ot all kinds fur-
nished at . Jty reasonable rates. See
me btt'ore you buy. Walter Hammock
Cor. Vino and Cleveland.
Rates reasonable. Special ntlenttoa
given to boarders.
R. H. MeGlnnls
Both Phones 44.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
'" " "- a i mmmm
VICTOR G. HOU8TON
Insurance. .Real Estate.
Agent for Leading Fire Insurance
Office: Rear Dank of Indian Territory
M. LUTHER WEST
Notary Publlo and
R. n CARLIN
Largest Insurance Agercy
Phone 436. Room 1
I I I HI LIS
GUTHRIE BROOM FACTORY.
M. C. Conner.
Pbnne 77 (02 So. Sfttmd 8.
and CURE this LUNGS
FOR I 0UGHSsad
wrest and Quickest Cure for all
THBOAT and LTJNO TROVB-
LBS or MONEY BACK.
ii iiiii nn mi iii i unaaiiiMiirraniHr irm
AM. THB 11KHT HK
$ MQUORfe WINKS
GAKS. I. IV
. Centlaman In Attendance
1 and Beat Service in
y t-Ur ri.
AM. TUB BE8T UIIA.Mii' CiK
BEKK AMD SOFT DklN'KS.
- i p ii
lo5 S- Second Street
Will pay you cash for old cloth s
shoes and bats ladies' or geutlemer-'ci
( also buy funs plstoir am ir. Hik'
est prtoes paid for old gild ami sihe-i
and any Kinds of obi ewfir. If yeu
have any thing In this llae drop postal
and I will call at your convenience
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