The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 113, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 3, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER a.UT.HRIE OKLA. SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 1904.
One Price Clothier
F Pylo of RaW It hi the city
H Allen of Sbftwnee
In the cit
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Ifaoi Ulllnr.1 Elgin Ilk
High Grade Clothier and FiriisKer
Nothing effects a man's comfort and
health more than his Underwear. If it
doesn't fit if it isn't the right weight it's
a dty-ljng drag and burden to him.
if you want comfort in your Un-
derwear and want properly made and
perfectly fitting garments you'll find
them here. Our stock of men's union
and two-piece Underwear is the largest
We've the best materials wool or
cotton--and all their combidations. Our
prices are much lower than you can buy
than all the
Guthrie's Leading Clothier
fc. T Allen Is In flic city from Son
W. O. Mitchell
Is In Guthrie from
I l rutin Ingham
today from Sold.
C AN OY CATHARTIC
H Arfcey of Cash I on spent the day
p the capital dtv.
la the city iiKWri:.&ttl?SS?fe
old In bulk Tb renam tiWt Ii'ACT
uurat4 to stir or onr money tack.
Sterling Remedy Co. Chicago or N.Y. tffj
AnrtUALSALfc TEN MILLION BOXES
W. FJ. ltollon of Woodward was
he city yesterday.
W. p. Lonr of Ooltry Texas Is a
Otithrie visitor today.
Mrs II T Sweaxlngen and children
are visltine In nUmbfld.
J H. Keller of Tonkawn was heVe
this morning or business.
W P nrwfti-a of Clfuemore I.
here looking fo- n location.
Jnmes S. Mnbon returned yesterday
from a visit to the World's fair.
L. C Grimes of Harrow was In the
city vesterdny on special btielnem.
W .C Rogies of BlncWell Is In
Guthrie transacting siioclal: ljuslness
E I. Jordan of Perry was here yes-
terday transacting Important business.
w. a. u-ooKs of ronknwa. was ni
blibiness caller In the olty yesterday
A & M. REGENTS.
a Meeting Tomorrow
Thomas .T Hartman of Deer Cn 1.
treasurer t-r the boajd at recent for
the Aertculturnl ami Mechanical cl-
Ipee at StUlwnter passed through tli.
city today en mule to Stillwater to at-
tend ft nieeJInp nf the boara tomonvv
It Is possible that several important
thing will como up before- the mw-
Ing hut no marked ltnprnv entente In
the way of building- or changes In th
faculty are c wtomplnteri al this time
RECTOR OF ST. LUKE'S
Professonal and Business
"A young iTan mr take a course of
study In a n.cllcal collogo and his
time labor and money may be In a
measure wasted because ho Is not out
out for a dP'.tor- ho may grsluate In
a theological school ami prove a fall
ure as a Treacher; he may gc to an
agricultural college nna rever work
on a farm A younp man may go
through life vlthout practicing medi-
cine projchlnt; a sermon or uoing a
Bond No 1. school district No. 81
Comanche county In the sum of $620
was registered with the territorial
Great Doll sale at the New' York
Racket Monday and Tuesday Dec.
5th and 6th.
Ladles Chilstmas Sate.
The Ladles Guild will hold a Christ-
mas salo on December 1 1 at the resi-
dence of Mrs. C. C. Kndslcv 412 North
day's worv. on tne rarm out not wun- jroa(1 streQU nof restamcnlB will be
out bavins business relations with his servcrt A1j 30ltp oI uuvoUles aie to be
T G. Lindsay eamo In today from
Newman to attend to somt spoolal
W. C. Stevens of Lawlon was hore
yestorday nttendlajr to somo Import-
ant business. "
13d M. Oeia cno of iho hugtllng
jolly good salesmen that make Guth
rlo whs in the ojty tony from Sallna.
W. N. Tiny of Norman was here to-
day inlnnIhiK with his frtentie. Nor-
nwn Is a mlfchty sood town thinks
Lieutenant King of Rort Sill who
has been the iruot of Will Rejahi fo-
several dn returned tQ hla home
Bnnlt Rxamlner Paul R. Cooper is
in the city today. He ?sued a onll
vesturday tor stateniontji from the
fellowman Ho must buy and sell
something or he can not live. Hence
while n profeEMonal education may or
may rot be utilized a business educa-
'ion must be."
The professions are crowded till
put on sale.
MANAGER. WANTED for cash grocery
stores in county Heat l000 capl
tal required. Good positions for the
ilzht man. Reference"!. Luytles fitb
good booVKcppers nnd stenographers & RrankliO' SL Iiuis Mo.
cet more for tholr work than the '
teacher. lawor or doctor and have IP YOU HAVE from $1000 to $3000
no stnrvit.H time at the Tcgtnnlng It
has cost the one U.Q10 to $2 000 and
th-ee or four yeare to prepare. It has
cost the other $120 to-$200 and ODly a
Any of our youns people thinking
of going away to school ought to re-
read the above and write to the Cap-
ital City Buslnees crllege Guthrie.
Oklahoma or & catalogue beforo de-
ciding fully aa thiB Is the largest and
br-st equlpr-e'l oommerclal and short-
hand school tn the south students an
enter there ny time.
Going! Going!! GONE!
WE SAVE YOU
Form 25 to 50 per cent on
Set Tcelh $5.00
No charge for extracting
when teeth are ordered.
New York Dental Parlors
Cwner 1st. & Oklahoma Avt'
Open Sundays 9:80 to 10:30.
that you wish to Invost why not go
In the cash grocery business In your
own town undor the Lutlos System
You can earn from $1.2Q0 o $5000 po:
year. References Luytles 6th &
Franklin St Louis Mo.
NICELY furnished Tooms with bath
at Ho. S20 E Noble ave.
Ashburn Ontario Testifies to the Good
Qualities cf Chambermln's Counh
Ashburnhnm Ont. April IS 1008
I think It ic only right that T should
toll you what a wondorful effect
Chnmborloln's Cough Remedy has pro-
diifeij. Tho day boforo Easter I was
so distressed with a com and cough
ilmt 1 did not think to bo nhle to tako!
any duties the noxt day as my volo
was almost choked by tho cough. The
same dav I tecelved an order from you
for a bottle of your Cough Remedy
I nt once procured a sample bottle
nnd took about throo noses of the
uiodiclno To my great relief tho
cough and cold nod completely disap-
peared and I was &blo to preach three
Mmcw on faster day I know thnt
this mpil and efTeutWe cure wns due
to your Coufb Remedy. I ninne mis
testimonial without solicitation be-
In thankful to hare found such a God-
sent romedv. Respectfully vours
E. A Langfeldl M. A.
Rector of S I uke's Church
'This re'-eily Is for sale by J N
S5i r-iffiml 1 (Ji 'jv
L- SffaSi'VA mf' s I M '
S SEt" v
Il.i- it ver iccur'rl (o you
linu tliffpnnt our clothinjf
! iVs on a mjin than the or-
tlm.iry ' "t lift" iiMiallv sold?
Tlit- uifTert-nre is rnjlu licrtf.
Wt 'are allowing a line Ot
scientifically made clolhimf.
No two men are juet the Mine
shapt. Our line of Clothing
Hart SclialffnerS Marx
is scientifically made in that
it is made to overcome the
peculiarities of the individual
form instead of making hem
more pronounced. Thai is why
one of our Suits looks like it
was ma.de to order. They make
& vhe nccularities of the individu
al form disappear and assume
the perfect. J hat's why a
man goen to a Tailor. That's
why we aim to produce l he
same effects hi a ready to wear
garment at one half the cost.
Copyright 1904 by
Hart Schaffner 6f Marx
A. 15. Miller was In Guthrlo this
morning from Fort Smithy "I am
really surprised to see how Guthrlo Is
growing" remarked Mr. Miller. "Ev-
ery tlmo I come I can sco achange."
.Tohn'McGuIre of Wichita Was Jn tho
city vehtorday. Ho came' herb to
meet his old friend Frank1 dreer with
whom ho was associates In the real
estate business In California In tho
Mr. and Mrs. Sborman T. Allen of
Oakland. California will arrive In tha
elty from Now York today and be ?t
the Home mission services for tb-eo
days Including (Saturday and Sunday
Mr. Allen is the founder of tho Har-
vest Homo mission opposite the city
Great Doll sa'e at the New York
Racket Monday and Tuesday Dec.
5th and 6th.
.WILL ELECT OFFICERS.
We recommend this
to be the finest mar
caroni on the market.
it is sure
It takes a eerr iratiunonlal frost
to kill the oraase bloscnis used ir
msklnr Molester's Roshv Mountain
Tes. 8 cents. Tor or Tablets Ask
Ministers' Association to Meet Next
Tho Outhrle Ministers association
will meet at the First Raptlst church
at 10 a m. Monday. Among tho tpv
oral purposes rf thO' seMon Mondny
Yk e are only too pleased to
show you. We also strive to
keep up the same principal
all through our store "'the
best is none too good" and you will find' in each of our
departments Furnishings Hats Caps Neckwear Gloves
Hosiery Dress Shirts. Collars and Cuff- We are nhle to
supply you with the best Popular Price goods obtainable
We also carry several lines of special goods not found in
other stores Such as Bath and Lounging Robes Smoking
Jackets Men's Dress Shoes. Men's Tuxedo ami Pull Dress
A. 0. Farquharson
High Grade Clothier and Furnisher.
PLAINLY MARKED PRICE TO ALL AND THAT PRICE RIGHT
Is the election ot officers It Is very
In) pot taut that there be a large ni-
tndanee n" this Is rne of the most
Interesting; features of tla association.
A charter was franteu today to the
Cache Oil and Fuel oompeny of Cache
with a eapiUtl s'rek of $SO0(Hi0. The
lDoorporators are as follows- W. S
Spencer of Cache. T. H. Itooey of
Apache and P. 8. Naule of KIngfUher.
Great Doll sale at the New
Racket Monday and Tuesday.
5th and 6th.
One lightning lire klndler worth
tl.Ofc with every ton of ooal bought a
my yard. Will iat Ave years
N. F. Cheadle
Tbone 5 The Coal Man
Ne. 1237 ?Un and 2s:s each drew
Ialr nf $2 50 well shits at P C
naUiUKwV Hi HI Hast Oklahoma
avenue. G P Ly'on .-eotlved a pair
for tHkrt No. 21 1. the other numbers
have no beto presenie.1 There will
be a dawing very two weels.
$400 Piano Free.
to the Lodne Church .School Union
Vlro Department or organization of
Guthrie that Is voted .tho most popu-
lar by February 5th. 1905. Ono vote
free vlth overy 25c cash purchase
from any of tho following merchants.
Piano on oxhlbttlon at PaU arson's
furniture store bal kit box at t'onfro's
drumtcre where all votes must bo
List of Firms Issuing Tickets
New York Hardware Store Hardware
Patterson Furniture Co. .Furniture.
C. R. Renfro Drags. 20 W. Oklahoma
Klondike Meat Market lit W. Harri-
J. E. Jrnnlnst OroeeHes asd Queens-
ware. Tom Jenkins Clothing Furnishings
P. C Robinson Shoes 111 15. Okla-
N. F.Cheadl Cwl 44 W. Oklahoma
Cammack Livery illoofer Dros.. SO.
Llndwall Bros. Tailors 12 J South
Elks Bar (J. A. Hoover Prop ) Fami-
The Saddle Rook . lest a u rant and
Olsmltb Arms Co. Sporting Ooods
Eta Its South DIvls'on HtreeL
Page & Co Photograph! rs 1KI West
Otto Sohultr Bakery aitr Cor ect lott-
ery. Cor. Okla. and Brued end
106 South First Street.
Oklahoma Iron Works
and Plumbers Phone 92.
E. M. Chester Groceries Etc
Finht Will Be Bitter.
.Thoso who will porstst in closing
their enr-j apnlnst the continual rec-
ommendation of Dr. King's Now Dis-
covery for Consumption will havo a
long and bitter fight with their trou
bles If not ended earlier by fatal term
Inatlon. Rend what T. R. Peall ot
Bon!!. Miss has to say: "Laai fall
ny wife had every svmptom of con-
sumption. She took Dr. King's Now
Disco crv after ouirythinK p'Be had
failed. Improvement came nt once
and four bottles entirely cured bor-V
Guaranteed by all druggists. Price"
EOc and ?1.00. Trial bottles froc
Great Doll sale at the New York
Racket Monday and Tuesday Dec
5th and 6th.
flecond hand cash register. Cheap
for cash. Call fct Loader office.
Fraternal Orders and Schools Taking
an Active Interest.
W& the representatives of tho dif-
ferent oontofllunts nppointod by tho
OuthHo merchants nnd ethers have
eoonted the ballots to dato In tho
Prlco & Tcople pnno contost which re-
sults as follows'
t. O. O F. lodge
L. C. H. S
K. of P lodso
F O IC lodge
A. O. 11. W lodjrc . .
Degree of Honor lodge
. J. 827
P. K. Abbott
I. O.O. F-
L l. 2ii:fr.u.
F. O. E.
I Don't Buy
Your New Winter Shoes until you have carefully x-
aminod Our big gggortmeut. at wbat ever price you waat $
to pay you will find shoeg here to suit you that are the S
J best its possible to get. $
118 West Oklahoma Avenue.
118 West Oklahoma Avenue.
Call and see the new Fenway its a Puint Toe with a
Wide outside swing and a Straight inside from toe to lie-)
... 'I Its Patent Tip Welt Sole ami Military Heel Perfect iu
Machinist Pit and Stylish to a fault Price $3 00 Size aa a. b &v
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 113, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 3, 1904, newspaper, December 3, 1904; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72322/m1/5/: accessed May 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.