The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 106, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 14, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
from morning till night the woman who still
uses soap for cleaning. The "Gold Dust" woman
is through by noon as fresh and bright as her
house is clean.
makes one stroke serve for two in house clean-
ing and the saving of money is equal to the
saving of labor. Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
rhlciiRO St. I-tiul- Nfvork Holm PlillmlelplilR.
THIS SYSTEM of Life Insur-
ances which is original with ami op
rated only by tho Nat'l Life is bated
on a Single Premium adiusted on
an exact matheraettcal equity between
the persona insured ao that each
will pay for the insurance received
juat whatltlis eotaally worth Recording
to the aire and the hnztird assumed.
CASH SURRENDER VALUES-
Cash surrender values ore
granted on our Single Premium poli-
cies at the end of each Five Year Divi-
PAID UP POLICIES are gran-
ted on aamc 'erras aa original policy
for such a propnratlon a the number
of premiums paid boar to the num-
ber required in the original policy.
After the five annual premiums
have been paid in case policy ia lapsed
and paid up policy !a not applied for
the Association will without any
action on the part of the insured
carry the original policy for its fall
amount for such a time as the ItMorve
and dividends then apportioned to the
policy will pay for the Association's
DISABILITY In case of total
Disability upon surrender of t lie poli-
cy the Association may pny an
annuity certain of one-tenth of tho
then value of the policy payable an
nually for ten vears; or a single cash
payment equal to the present worth
of such annuitv.
THAT SUCH A POLICY
fully meets the purpose of life insur-
ance amply supplying the demands
of the Insuring public requires no
shrewdness or business experience to
see; while it is pqually self-evident
that it is the fairest most equitable
arid just insurance contract now is-
sued enabling the National Life to
sell life Insurance on the same prin-
ciples that fire insurance or other
commodities are sold' the purchaser
paving 'xaetlv what the article pur-
chased is -vorth and receiving full
consideration for the money expended.
THIS SYSTEM while it does
not include the rejection able features
secures bv its lavo-year accumulation
distribution plan- all the strong and
popular points of Tontine insurance.
It practicatly eliminates or t educes to
the minimum the dangers of loss
from lapse or surrender at the same
time securing to tho persistent Insured
tho greatest possible benefits arising
from all surplus accumulation which
nan be usod from time to time or al-
lowed to accumulate and be paid with
au' in addition to the amount of the
pollcv at Its maturlt.v.
BY THIS SYSTEM you can
secure tho best nd most equitable
policy issued containi nar all the new
and popular features. You can aKo
feel assured that vou are not wasting
your monev on extravagant manage-
ment as the expenses are limited to a
Bxed amount and all profits are used
to Increase the surplus and
strengthen the los-pavlne ability of
the company fo that you will never
feel in after life that you have ex-
pended considerable sums of money
that mipht lveter have been saved.
IN SECURITY against loss and
to promptly meet mat"-lng claims
the most Important ucrquisities of a
life company this system leat's all
Others as by its special reserve elniie
It. affords nn additional hafepnard.
The promluin pvlnsr period is limited
to the producing vears of life thus
rendering to the minimum the danger
of absolute loss on account of inability
from any cause to pay premiums in
The best and most equitable policy
Insurance in force aa 741. SCO 00.
Rate adjusted according to the risk
Gross assets 7.134.1-13.00.
Surplus as to policy holder. SI. MT
National Life Association
of HarHord Conn.
liagan St. Paine general agents
Room 19. Gray Rros. lUoeU
(luthrie. (). T.
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Washington I). C
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Mining Land and Patent Law a
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Washington. I). C.
No. 623 IT Street N. W.
Formerly principal examiner pen-
M. ISdith lrd. OMye tford.
Doctors Ford & Ford.
Special attention given to diseases of
Women and Children.
Rooms 10 1 1 IS
Townsitcs Homesteads Patents
Walion E. Coleman
Land and Patent Attorney.
t Washington Loan and Trust Ul'dg
I Washington I). 0.
! RBI'BREJJCES Hon. M. V. Allen U. S. Sen
ate; lion. Laie i-ence Kinaernoojc N. v.
Hon. John O. Hell M. C.; Hon. J.I). Hicks
TTOHNT AT Lav
j Cnthrtr OH&horc
i tWOfiVc in Ly it Building
FKANK II. CIJOSTKWAITE
j 18SO V. St. w. w..
I Washington I). C.
The Land Department
of my oftice is conducted by the late
chief of the Oklahoma Towuslte and
contest divisions Solicit your busi-
noss and guarantee satisfaction
Tuiloring Cleaning and Repairing
Dyei g a Specialty.
1 12 VV llsrrisnn.
' brie. Ok
JZL. AM .k 9
Olllco mid Rt-HiilviK-p
Cur 1 Irnt mill Harrison
Cor. Oklahoma avenue and First st
Residence: Corner Noble Ave nnl
Jacks and Jennetts
Pure SpaoMi end Black Mammoth.
Also registered trotting stallion
grand son of llambletoniau 10. Pedi
gaea furnished. Correspoddence so-
licited. J E. BRADLEY
Kox U Carthage Mo.
Q. M. MOFETRIDGE.
Transfer Trunk Lin
ESTABLISH RD APRIL i.
Ailurdets tot baggage on outg alt
train feoald b left oac
ton bsfore the traic
W Oklahoma Av
FOR A GOOD
THERE WAS NO SECOND VERSE
Mr. Haiti Illtlu't Know Ho Wns llpsr-
Injr the Lortt's 1'rnjrtT.
The occasion was one of the semi-
musical Sunday evenings which we nil
know well says the New Yerkllerald.
Mrs. Dash had attended from genulno
love for the hostess uwt rotmg Mr.
Herbert Dash Uor son was there only
out of filial respect and an ardent de-
Jre to please his mamma.
The host whs a musical dovotee but
made the unfortunate and familiar mis-
lake of over-rating his own voice and
Its power to please.
Young Mr. Dash had dono all that tho
strictest adheronce to good form could
ask. Ho had listened and he had ap-
plauded until finally finding himself
tete-a-teto on the sofa with charming
Miss Ulniilc he yielded to natural Im-
pulses and llstoned to the music of
her volco rathor than that which enmo
from tho piano. In his own mind ho had
become convinced that In truth vlr-
tuo Is its own reward. His conscious-
ness of n duty woll dono had pervaded
his very soul. Satisfaction beamed
from his eyes.
Miss Blank's power of repartee kept
him constantly on the alert. He dearly
lovod a conversationalist who was wit-
ty in an honest wholesome way. In
their secluded corner he felt no re-
morse In enjoying tho good things the
gods had sont. The group about tho
piano was not disturbed and tho seml-
confldeutinl attitudo consequent upon
the subdued tonos lent an additional
charm. All was peaceful as a summer's
Suddenly thoro wns a lull. Tho volco
at the piano ccasod. Those near by
murmured their applause. Mr. Dash
looked up paused a moment in his chat
clapped in tho subdued fashion appro-
priate to Sunday night and cxclnimod
"Charming! Bxcollont! My donr sir
could you not glvo us tho second
Instead of tho oxpocted oagor ro-
sponso and tho consequent renewal of
tho music under cover of which tho
confidences mip' also ho renewed
silonce fell upon tho entire group. Pres-
ently a volco nroso:
"Herbert" said Mrs. Dash "that wan
tho Lord's prayer."
Cnfebor Tiros on Cnrrlnceff.
Tlie number of rubber tiros In uao
on carriages nppenrs to bo all the lime
Increasing. Oftoner and oftener now
aptown. especially at night when car-
riages largely predominate and the
sound of them Is not blended aa It may
bo by day with the sound of many
other vehicles you hear tho clnttor of
horsen' hoofs but not the old-tlmo ac
companying rattle of wheols. The cab
or carriage has rubber tires. I
am not so sure that I like this. I
always did like the sound of a woll
built carriage with everything about
it keyed up snugly; no rattling or play
anywhere but with everything PUing
nicely and tho carriage running eas-
ily and smoothly. The wheels of such
a vehicle make music on the street
pavement. I think I like that sound
hotter than I do tho noisolessnoss of
the rublior tires.
The chance of your life time ib to
secure one of those 6 ntlasses of tho
world. Lillie it Co. give one with S85
wortli of purchases.
1)1 WF DURHAM (3
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27rvVDukoSons8iCo y. . I
Of DUnHAM.N.C. U.S A V
inn Slum Itrllininry.
The (unl)HloiiH young suitor wns
standing hat In hand In the hallway.
"Tell Mr. Swaggers that a gentleman
wishes to see him" he said to the but-
ler placing his hand on the doorknob
In case of extreme emeigency. Tho
butler did as he wns told.
"Huh! It's you is It?" said the blunt
old gentleman advancing from the
library glancing sourly over his glass-
es.. "Well sir?"
The young man plucked up nil his
"I wish to say sir" ho began timidly
"that I love your daughter and deslro
to marry her. I have talent in my pro-
fession some money am a tnnn
of good famlly a collego gradu-
ate and a member of four
swagger clubs. I work hard and '
it is no exaggeration to sny that er
" He clutched the doorknob.
"That er woll sir?" Tho old man
ndvancod a stop threateningly.
"That er " ho Btnmmorod as ho
opened the door a little wider "thnt
er I have before me a brilliant fu-
"Yes" broke in tho Irate papa as ho
glanced at the brilliantly lighted street
"you have!" And then tho cyclono
struck tho ambitious young suitor amid-
ships so that when he landed at tho
bottom of tho marhlo steps he saw 20-
000000 stars before his bedazzled vision.
"Yes" pondored the poor fellow as
he picket himself up and began to put
tho pieces together again "I wub sure
that I had a brilliant future but b'Jove!
I didn't know it was going to bo such
ft lightning display of Are works ns all
And ho went down the Btreot whist-
ling the sad sweet strains of "Good-
Bye Sweetheart Good-Dye." St Louis
We might toll you more ubout One
minuto Cough Cure but you probably
know that It cures a cough. Hveryone
does who has used it. It is a perfect
remedy for coughs colds lioaiscness.
It is an especial favorite for children
being pleasant to talco and quick in
curing. V. 15. Lillie & Co. and C. R.
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OF FIRST STREET
building formerly occupied by
Spengel's Furniture Store.
are now prepared to fill all orders with new
goods new prices lower than ever.
Hardware Tinware Iron and
Garden Hose Reels Etc.
Everything in the Hardware Line.
Get our prices before buying.
Aro tho Host On Knrth.
Illcycles bought sold and exchanged. lticyele. sold on install-
ments. Oar prices and guarantee will interest you Full lino
of cycle sundries. Repairing of all kinds done and work guar
an teed (lire us a call.
iKLAHOMA Bicycle Comfy
113 113 1-2 OklilitRa Au.
E N KNAUSS. M;inagr
IU to 18 m I 30 to B p n.
Olllco ovor J.oo Hive's New Store 01.. Au. tiutltrio 0. T
Practice Limited to Diseases ami Surgery of the
EYE.. EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SJ'EOTACLKS ANJ) EYE GLASSES
Soloutlfloallv adjusted to suit the most complicated case of defective eight.
EAST HARRISON AVENUE
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They embody more points of genuine mesit .ban any other wheols made.
No other machine stands ko high in the estimation of cyclists because YVa-
vcrleys are built on honest valuo lines a.uA purchasers receive full vuluo for
the investment. Huy a Waverly and you will never bo nshumed of your
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2 Aro Built in the
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