The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 82, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 20, 1908 Page: 7 of 8
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03D3 LEADER QUTHRIB OKLA.DgWsDAY AUGUST 20 10 ft
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FOUND Light lap robe. Owner may
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ofilco escribing proporty and pay-
ing for (id. 77.
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In bills; threo warranty -deeds six
notes. Owner prove proporty. T. 0.
Leader office. 77.
WANTED TO KENT Man and wife
wants to rent small houso or 2 or
.1 unfurnished looms with somo good
private fnmlly; roal closo In. Inquire
of soda dlspensor at'Englo Drug store.
Permanent tenants. 7C.
LOST Saturday night about $12
noturn to Leaded office. Reward.
WANTED Two copies oi Oklahoma
weekly Leader of Thursday July
30. Twenty-five cents per copy will
be paid if brought to Leader office.
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opes during spare time; also solicit
orders ' for Imitation Typewritten
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ness Colleg . You can get this schol-
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GUTHRIE - - OKLAHOMA.
The Only Official Copies.
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Three Lines Three Times 25c
Store Fixtures for Sale Cheap.
Three Thread fuses.
Three Itlbbon Show Cnes.
One Water Cooler.
Seven Clothing ForniB.
Guo Uasollno Lighting System.
Four Paper TlneUs and Cutters
Fourteoil-foot Counter Show Cngo.
Slxtnen-foot CouHcr Show Case.
Two Skirt Mudta.
Ono Koldiifg Diapluy Stand.
Oho Fair Small Trunin.
One Sot Oas Fixtures.
' MONARCH D. G. CO.
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O Foil SALE Mall boxes; npprov- O
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O Leader ofllce. 77. O
FOIl SALE Columbia graphophonu.
Cheap lor cash. Address "Ell" care
FOIl SALE- Scholarship on Hills
Business College Oklahoma City.
.ddreaa Dally Leader. I
FOIl SALE Old newspapers at The
Loador office 20c per hundred.
75. -Good phonograph. Phono
FOIl SALE Two well located resi-
dence lots uoar hospital. Can be
bought cheap and on monthly pay-
ments. Aildross II care Tho Lender.
fr'OU fiALE LIfo scholarship In Guth-
rie University. Price $42.50. Call!
it Leader office.
FOIl SALE A kitchen stovo Tor ono '
dollar. 811 East Vilas. 77. I
FOR SALE 100 foot of rn' ber hoso
for $1.50. 309 S. Broad. 7C.
FOR SALE 2 .its on Vilas avo 3
room houso and wood shed a good
woll of water no Incumbrances. See
Paul cuds 1412 E. Vilas. 77.
FOR SALE Life scholarship In Hill's
Business College Oklahoma City
llegular price ?C0.00. Big discount.
ddross "O. C" caro The Leader.
FOR SALE II you nro think of at-'
tondlng a business college seo the 1
Leader about n scholarship. SO.
WANTED Real estate man who
can Interest party to assist us locating
monopolizing manufacturing homo in-
dustries jiear natural ghs belt. Tho
prouuci i luuispeusiuie aim uguu uy i .
ovory family 3 times every day ;coti. . noe7 I613""-
5 const sells for 25 cents by the ! No;. I45' we" bofnd n' m-
loads. We have not the dough and do - 7G. O"81 noull(1 30 p.m.
bhke tho bread. Tho bl-products alono .
will moro tluin pay for tho entire We are Buttin' ill tlie 13uttor.
plant within the first six months. In
torcstod partlos desiring to locate;
i new ano protunuio nomo maustry
that pays hlg returns and cost so 1
(Jo to atari In small country towns
will plea-se communlcnte before .lolin
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Curl von Harzfelt Co. Wheeling
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WHY NOT TRY IT?
The Garden City of the
Is a city loss limn twenty years
old situated In the center ot Ldgan
county tho garden Bjmt ot Oklaho-
ma having moro Factories more
Itallroads more Business Houses
moro chnnco for innnufacturors
looking for a place to locate than
any other elty of Its ago and size In
the United States. Its wheat and
cotton (leds nro tho envy of nil
its people liberal minded and of
that grand western hospitality.
43 Factories nnd wants 43 more
32 Passenger Trains dally
Bank Deposits of $3500000
Eight Lines of Railroads
Coal Oil and Gas on tho way
400 Business houses
Elecuic Street Cars
FIvo Public Paries.
Convention Hall costing $17G000
$100000 Federal Building
40.000 Carnegie Library
35000 City Unit
1C0.000 Masonic Temple
IGO.000 Court House
Largest and Only FIro Proof Hotel
In the State
By WHbur Commission Co.
Butter sweet packing stock.... 12Vfeo
l''CK. per case $3.C0
1J18 t 7c
Old cooks eaoli ..ICo
Young cocks staggy ouah..- v.lGc
Guineas per dozn $1.20
lieu turkeys So
Tom turkeys ....t... lc
Ducks F. F. F. Cc
Green salt eurcd No. 1... . lo
Green No. 1.'. 3o
Bull nnd titug. ouo oont loss.
Gluo half price.
Horses hides GOtp$.00
By 18. l-j. Tnllmun.
Alfalfa hnj por ion $10.00
Pmlrlo huy por ton J6.008.00
Alfalfa liny per ton. baled $1200
Pialrle day per ton balod.$7.00(8D.5O
Bian per 100 lbs $1.30
bellow corn per bushel 80c
t'ais per bushel 00c
Model Roller Mills.
Mixed bran per loo lhn $1.31
White shorts per 100 lbs $1.3!
V'blit corn per bushel cso
Kufflr corn par bushel .10c
Oats por bushel 00c
Corn chop per 100 lbs $1.2fi
S S2 50 at Leader Office
5 for Indigestion.
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! POSITIONS WANTED. !
HONEST INDUSTRIOUS tfOUNG
man desires position where push is
appreciated. I am from Missouri and
am wl.llng to show you. Box C9C Ok-
WANTED A good cleileal position
by a ytmnR mnn who will gWe ex-
cellent inference. Address X a. are
of Leader aU
TEACHER Threo years' experience
llrst grade certificate boat refer-
ence wants school in Oklahoma. J.
E. Wales. Casa Ark.
WAuN'T TO TUADtt 1G0 aoro farm 3
wire fence good Improvements nl.
kinds ot fruit 50 acres cultivation 3.
ro in house bhrn well and cistern.
A'idreas Pottt Hotel. 210 N. 2nd. 77
HELP WANTED Female.
VA .VriCD Hxporloneod
at Si. Louis Unckct store.
WANTUD Threo makers and six ap-
prentice gltls. Apply Aiilllnory Ue-
partiusnt F. O. Luu Ury Goods Co. 82
WA-NTHDJOO wOinon anil olilldron
to oat lco oroani on tho M. B. church
lawn -Friday evening. 82
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O That you get today's news O
O while It is news In Tho Loader. O
O The prico is 10 conts per week O
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GUTHRIE TOWEL 8UPPLY.
J. D. CIIAYS Proprietor.
Towols and Aprons of all kinds fur
nlshed at vory reasonable rates. See
mo before you buy. J. D. Crays.
PHONE No. 010.
INSURANCE AND REAL E8TATD
J. D. BURKE.
Letters of Inquiry Piomplly Answered
107 S. Division St. Guthrie 01:1a.
Fnrm Loans Heal Estate
Fir.- LijrPtuit)Jr Tornado Ve
cident. Pla'e Glasfl and nil oilier
F. A. (soogias
one 864 1201 W. Okla Ave
C. M. G H A N T O
17 Years Experience Crylnsr O
Bales. Call up 'phono 75 at C
my oxpoiiBo. O
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W. T. KIMBERLEY M. D.
Rectal Diseases Exclusively
The Home Sanitarium
8 W Cor. of Oklahoma Ave. and See
Examlnatlon and Consultation by Ap -
o'htess 0 vas&em
PRESSING : GLUO
Will call for and deliver
your clothes cleaned dad
pressed. Four suits per
niouLli one sutt per v;eelt
$160 Ladies' clothe3 plvpo
ERNEST B. 3IETZ
Phone 809 Guthrie Okla
Royal Hotel Uaciaent
How About Your
See Us At Once
No. 213 East Okla.
Gutiirie Gas Co
LaSifJ. SI ;nr VF"1 fc"" irfal 1
HELP WANTED Male.
WAN'TLTi- M.inagfr f r branch office
w wish to loato hre in Guthrie.
Address with referenro The Morlrs
Wholesalu House Cincinnati Ohio.
ASTHMA SPFFBRKItS I JmVo found
a liquid that inns asthma gasping
for bmith and suffocation slopped.
Send me your name ami address for
free sample boille T. Qorhnm 474
Shepai'd IlMg. Oroild llaplds Mich.
nAKRlFWANT Kli" AT Snyder Qltfa.
$12.00 per week hoard and laundry.
No Sunday work. C. W. C'nston.
WAXTKI)100 men and boys to fish
for ico cream partners on the M. FJ.
church lawn Friday evi-iiliiR 82
SALKSMF.N & AQIONTb J $ $50.00
per week and over can bo maao soiling
Now Campaign Novelties from now un-
til election. Sella to Stoios County
Fairs Panics nnd Private Families.
Coniplolo lino' of nniples; cltnrgoa
propatd for BOc. Order today.
CHICAGO NOVELTY CO-
CO AVnb'ish Ave. Chicago.
WANTHO Salosnian for Onluhoma
Torrltory to carry a high grado
specialty lino of union inado Work
shirts nnd overalls direct from tho
factory. Commission basis only. Ref-
erences must accompany application.
Box 532 Meridian Miss.
Land fur Sale
Myself and friends have
about 8000 acres of land for
sale what is called timber
upland located in tho south-
eastern part of McCurtain
county Oklahoma. Every
acre of it is sub?ect to cul-
tivation adapted to corn
cotton and fruit.
Restrictions removed on
the 27th of July. Good deed
can bo made to same. Land
within 1-2 to 1 mile from the
Frisco llail Koad 00 miles
east of Hugo Okla.
Wm. H. HARRISON
Bokhoma - Okla
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will turn out your
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4QML W4 bT ID 11 . J. I J..jfva.l. Mi U
I was at work on ray SuWfJy
tnon wliea my wife opened tlte
Sho wns laugblDR.
j "Them's a young fellow 4owiwtt.ii
I who etiyn Uo wishes to see you tfcottl
I didn't like to break off frrWa tb
thread of tny discourse; but l'ln
dattn my pcu I went Into the parlor.
There stood tho youngster six fet la
height Btroug as Sampson light hair-
ed blue eyed ritl and brows complex-
Ion shocky hair ills trousers wH
la hts boots and were supported by a
pair ot country store galluses oftr a
woolen shirt; no coat; a felt bat la
his hand fie had come In With a 03
whip over hh shoulder which ha
placed ou the mantel. KTlduntly h
regarded tho furniture as too good (0
sit on; at any rate ho was standing.
"Ro you tho parson?" he nsked.
"Say parson If! I figgcr roua'i fodny
an' git things fixed could I covio up
here 'long with n gnl an git married'
"Certainly. I shall bo here nil the
morning. I have some parochljf; lu-
lies for the afternoon but if I knew
tho hour yon would be hero J would
bo on hand."
"I nln't done It all yet. I done it
except ono thing. I get my license
Tn.it'M nlroady. I got it moron a
"Thtifs the only really Important
matter" I replied to help him on.
"'S you got a certificate hain't
"Lut's of them In blank."
"Well thnt'8 two ihlngs-the cer-
tificate and tho llconpc."
"You'ro light; that's two very lm
portant thing ono Indtspousabla ami
the other con enleut." '
"'K hero's a placo to get married
"Has your fiancee got her trous-
"The first means sweetheart the
Kocond tho clothes brides usually get
together so they won't have to call on
their lnislmnils for some time after the
wedding for such articles."
He stood thinking for a moraeat
then looucd Mp and Bald with anima-
"Ity crncky parson that's a good
"Idea. Never thought o that."
"Has sho got It'" j
"Oh I don't know tiothln 'bout that
'Twouldu't bo fust rnto for tne to tali?
about that 'Twould be dead meanr5
"Tlioro are moro Important things
for the man to ay I granr and raoro
'"What nro they?"
"Well the first thing Is the pro-
poiul." "That's Just the trouble with th
wholo business." '
"Did you find It difficult?"
"DIUlcult? You bet. I hain't got
through with It yet."
"Wiewl" t looked at my wife. She
sat bohlud tho young man and was
cramming her handkerchief into her
mouth to stop an outburst of laughter.
My exclamation wan made under my
breath but (ho youth bbw It
"Just you hold on parson" ho said.
"I'm good for It yet. Just gimme time.
But I'd rather drive my ox team up
n stone wall I would. She's In town
today 1 scon hor In a store buy lu'
fcomo stockln's. That's why I canie fop
"Don't you think you'd have bct'or
settled the mutter with tho girl first?"
"Well" ho frowned "there's dlffnr-
out ways of doln' things. Jit I'd asketl
lnr and ohe'd wild 'yes' what In thun-
der would 1 V dono vtllh nothln
"Aro jou sure jou havo the pluck"
''Now parson don't you worry 'bout
that. I'm going right off to find her.
You'll ho hero when I get back will
"I'd stay In all duy to marry sucli a
fine fellow 11 h jou' Co ahead llcmeiii-
her what Ucnora! Grant said when he
llrst marched a hrlgado against the
"What'd ho say?"
"That ho remembered tho enemy
would likely be as much frightened s
"Oh she won't bo frightened. Gals
don't ikeor north a cent"
Ho grabbed his Vhlp and In a Jiffy
was out of (ho houso uud striding
down tho street.
I wont hack to my sermon and wroto
for an hour who-i my wlfo throw open
my study door exclaiming!
"Who?" I asked not so readily turn-
ed from my subject.
"The young ox. driver uud hU girl
f 'ome "
"I weut downstnlrs and there In the
parlor were the pair. They had Just
come In. Tho man looked as it he were
In a bnttlo uad was looking for an ene-
my and an onetny was looking for htm
TUo girl a little country beauty was
all smiles and blushes with struggling
"I dono It parson" said tho ox drlr
"So I perceive."
"My wlfo stood them up before the
mantel nnd had more trouble to get
them plaetjd properly side by sldo than
a pair of skittish horses. Then I mar-
My wife garo the bride a kiss which
opeued her heart and her lips as well
fur she told all about lb Gho had IoveTt
lilui a long nhlle; but although she
had often tried hard she could never
lnfuao courage enough lu him to In-
duce him to proo$o Which goes to
nrovo that when lie said "gnti don't
skeer worth a cent" he was right
; ELBERT O. BEhTJJCY.
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