The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 102, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 30, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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TB&- LEADER auat3BlB gJiAHpMA
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OUR LONG SUIT
W. L Dottglas Ci
'iicbigb st Jkrfiafertnlier
tobaocoj 4 Jut
goc.! u2 JDtiTham
Is to uit tlia yeople with
a suit of hair jiat suits
STORY Or THE BI-RAN3AN'S Ml
CIDE IN- fllSSfifllPPl.
BtST Ilf THE 70Rlli
A(3u0 SHOE FOR J 00
H r u.J rsrisMr
kftowj thjTv - ton? jast
ae gci a3
It U jtylUh liurabU ani fKrfMflttlfia quiJUlu
aUolutily ntcaiiry to maki a finMied wkv. Tlie
toit ot trunufacturing allow a smaller profit to ikakn
tlian uny tliM soil t $3.00.
llnilrnnil Tme Table.
A COMPLICATED AFFAIR.
Ml t str: ?VZ
IMS 1 K MHIimk.
AtcliUon. Topeka & Bantu Vn.
Arrive L.eave . Arrive Arrive
Onthrle. Ontnrlr Kan. Olty.iChlcagq.
ft GOp. m. 9 43a. ra
il oua. m. iiu:ii.iu.
ti aisa m.
4.09 p in.
5 46 a. in.
5:03 p. Hi.
on a. m.
420113 IB p.m.
SOUTH. SOUTIIBABT AND HOUTnWKrr.
Arrive ; Lewe i Arrive Arrive
WrUuthrle. JQuthrle. Ft. VorthOalyVn
iunhi &i in ilTisp. m.i 9:l5p. mi0:26 a.m.
405 ID 58 p in 11:09 p. m. 8.10 a. m.9:J0 p.m.
iimIum&p m I rM;m I Locair; sight.
60 bourn to Los Angeles.
I'rco chair cars on all tmliis. Pullman
Palaco -lecpers to Kansas City and
Chicago without chango. Also to Fort
Worth nnd Onlyestlon. Connects at
Newton vlth Vestibule limited having
chair ear. Pullman I'alaco und com-
partment "-leepern and dining cars through
to Lo Ancles and Nun Dingo also with
train irrying chair ear1; Pullman and
TourWt -"lei'pers to El Paso Los Angles
and san lTiincKru Through railroad
and tea. at hip tieki-ts sold to all points.
Pnsengi'r booki a l all points in iho
coi-tlnent of Eunne: also from any
por. ur Inland point In Knropo through
to any point In tin- Unit d States. Pr. -paid
tUkrt-. paid lor here will bo deliv-
ered to nsseiigpis at thoir residence In
Emope Tor full particulars call on or
address. (Jeorge T. lcliolson G P. A.
Chicago: W .1. Ulaek A. 0. P. A. To-
peka Kan?. I. It. Delaney Agent
ii. lati ntcl tH'MiiH rtiul llulf K K
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also $20 and
$2.25 sjioes for
W. L. Douglas $3.50 $1.00 and $5.00 Shoe are the
prodtirtlons of skilled workmen from the best
material possible to put tnio snoes soio at uiesc
The "Belmont" and "Pointed
Toe" (shown in cuts) will be
the leaders this season but any
other style desired may be
obtained from our agents.
w no th IK-HI lalf Haul
ii'iron rm f-mieh Patent
Ihiiaiui I. 1ft Hid
lie Took Hit Uitn Lite lUthcr Tlmii lure
mi l!n r need .MtiiVitUiiTef JIM Vie-
tlm'j Wlfp fUf tlfd TrnaM '
Welt KuiiiTii In KniHH nnil
Alio In Muny IMIier
ttc. sTKir to corre-
ni inr nnoes
vDotiil with Mirei i
ii iitRKr tauuoi auppir toii wth
W. I. D0U0LAS Vroektoo Mais.
Corner First and Oklahoma - Guthrie O. T.
Pan Auiei'loan Medical conRrcfis
Mexico City Mexico November 10 to
10 18H0. For this occasion tho Santa
Fo Route will sell excursion tickets
to the City of Mexico Mex. at one
loweii fare for the round trip Tick-
ets on hale November 7 and 10 Rood to
return until Deeembor.ll. 1S90
Kaun-t I'ity Mo October ft to 10
189V Prints of PalluB parade Kami-
val Krew ond Kansas City Interstate
fair TL'keis on sale October 3 to 0
Inclusive tfood to return until October
111808 One fare for the round trip.
Topelm Kan September 28 to Octo-
ber 3.1 S06 Fall festivities One fare
for thi round trip Tickets on sale
Sebteinb-r 27 to 30 Inclusive Rood to
return until Oetober S. 1900
Amite Lee Vincent.
Ulit - llli'
I ii is I lt
Ii. iim r
l iias cuy
iMdll 10 IH
ii. a ii. Ht ia lteno.
For the Oklahoma Territorial Q A
R. reunion at Kl Reno. Oct. flth to 0th.
tho Santa Fo route will sell excursion j
tickets from all stations-Arkansas
City to Purcoll o Oklahoma City at
rate of one fare lor the round trip
Tickets on sale Oetober 5tb to 0th in-
clusive. Oood to return until Oct 10
L. R. Dolaney. Agont.
II A. It. lit 1'oncn.
For tlie 0 A. R. reunion nt Poneo
(Hty Oct. mil to 10th inultulvc. the
Santa Fo route will hell excursion
tickets fr'Mii nil htaitmis Purcell to
Arkannus fltt t" Poneii City al rate
of one nnd one-third fare for fie n.und
trip Tickets on ale Oi-t. 13lh to lfltli
Indus ve Oood to return until Oct
17th. L. It Delanev. Affent
HKTTI II or THE PFor'l.F's FKI K NLVRIt
CANDIDATE TOB fnr!CTV ft KTtR of
MM1AV ( nrT
Annie L Incent the -ubjeet of this
sketeh was born in Keokuk. Le coun-
ty Iowa. Marh W. 107. and from earlv
elilldliooil she was surrounded by
ainnlp conditions fnr comfort and edu-
cation. No time was lost in her early
life in the ell'ort liy her parents to
qualify her for activity Well that
this in the cmsi. for. at the upe of 13
her father who was known as a very
successful tiinii s far n- mone mak-
IlilT was concerned died suildenh "ith-
out Hiilllcient proxi -ion liaitiK been
made for tlie future which made it ne-
cessary Hint attention be turned to the
intensely praetienl side of life
BATTLE WON BY THE INSURGENTS
General Gomez leads in person and
t-outs tho Spanish Eight hundred Span-
ish killed and 1000 wounded. The great
victory is attributed to the fact that the
insurgents have discovered that Dr. Saw-
yer's Family Cure gives new life and
strength and purifies the blood.
rlt K &T. I-A T.
j.'"r raU-1 .i k1 other lntorinatlon apply to
J V HOLUf'N Oen Traffic M'gr
south McAlester. I T.
sag? oi lie.
Ti.o r.iluo. Tl.o Alp and Rattle-
1. !1 1'i.e of A'nerlea. In eonneo-
2 t on wiili tho Riff Four I'.auto via
i inncmn&tl lo
A modern train elec-
tric lights steam heat-
ed observation cr.r.
e l s This famous irain ot-
MTriYKSYHMKAII ferb the beat scrvlco
qver the beut tragic and bet road bod
to the eufat throutrh bibtorlc regions.
H C. MctJnlre T P A. Dallas. Toxas.
C R. Uvun AUl'A Cinelnuutl Ohio
H W. Fuller G P A WasUlnRton D. C.
- rj-iMt . I Vft
.Mil. ..ii i
i i ..i i i
i an It
i. i t In
1 1.1 ineii i
N.i. 8. AVotwlraen of the
ry Monday nlirht la the
woooinen are wei-
K ..f I' lull. I l uf
come J. II TOWERS Clerk.
I.tOVINCENl' Con. Cum.
NAOMI Relitkali Lodge No. 2. I. O. O. H
inttls CTry Thormltiv evening al 7:30
innja fhiowh hall In the WelnberKcr build-
ing VI m welcome.
AUBI.LA HOMblirit.N. tl.
OUTHIUK LODOE NO. 2
A. P. & A. M. Uogulartneet-
lug third Tuesday evening
In each month at 8 o'clock.
Ail brethren cordially in-
vited to attend.
II. P. AltrBTtYSec.
B. 8. DONNULLV W. M.
tuts. a. BifitirirLD.
or four year3 I was a great sufferer
from femalo complaints in their worst
form. I was given up by some of the best
physicians as incurable I cannot say too
much in praise ot your Pastilles. It is a
won lerfal remedy for all diseases peculiar
to woman. Any ono wishing to correspond
with mo can do so by sending 2c stamp.
Allen Hillsdale Co. Mich.
A written guarantee to cure or money retundm
with everr box ot Pastille. Price tl 00 rr box.
' Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure curet all diieiiet
ct ths stomtich liter kidney J and purlfiet the
Mood. A written guarantee to crre or money re-
fundcj wiih every dollar bcute ot pa ni liy Curt
frteei 11 Ob 60c. and 'JSc.
For 6alo by C R. Renfro.
(If Iulcreit to lllcTole Ilhlnra
There can bo no quobtioi. that one
of tho most Important parts of a bicy-
cle is tho tire. It lias to bear the
btunt of tho work Is constantly com-
Injr In contract with destroying ele-
ments and generally receives the least
care from tho rider. Tho Importance
of tho work It has to do was early
recognized by makers of bicycles how-
ever and thqy have given much atten-
tion to this Important aJJunct of the
Ill i rilli'Ml in i i
public' ht'llliol I 1. 1 i
nil vantages in i In
Institutions i.f U
oitghness in tl. - i
it I U fnretolil ii ! 1 1
Am ii iiii'i'i- fill she :iipri'iillet-t in
one nf tin- Ini'M-st print fne- uIVii in
lu-i home eit und fjecntne on expert
arii'-t in everv binnch of tin- printer 4
Imiok binders mid proof rcixieri dppnrt-
ineiii . of thl - grut profitrn. Sh4
iiirll won Iht i In the lop and
wliil.- i-t in Iht teent was the inn one
through wli.i.i' bands the unvt Import-
unt priMifs u i mid pasN in the largo
book plant whei siieuas eogoged.
Thus her rn-tive career continued 'till
February lsv wheu she fairnbly
considered pi i 'positions lo come nost
and neocpt a responsible im iiiiia in
the Xoneonfoi mif ! publisliiu"- jilunt a l
Winfleld I'ansas operated by II. & L.
Vincent. Here she first become ac-
quainted with Leo Vincent who was
the business manager nnd to whom she
was united In marriage on the 1". tb of
June 1888. From that time to the
present she has been a prominent fig-
ure in the reform councils which
have .eil up to the organization of tho
Peoples movement. Her hand has
written many of the platforms tiocu-
monts nnd agreements which have
been Instrumental in welding together
the strength of the party.
Reing ambitious and embodying nu
energy beyond her strength she has
often continued her chosen duties at
her desk or ens when the same was
done at a great bacrifice of comfort
and health. No greater surprise has
come to her life than the suggestion of
nfriend only a few days before the coRr
vent ion that she be nomluatcu tor
county clerk !t waj lightly consid
ered at nrM. ul later co.idei'aUon
caused her to allow her name to go into
the race which resulted In her nomi-
nation by the Populists und hearty en
dorsement by the democrats While
her election Is generally conceded by
all jmrt it she will not tie idle but
will make a vigorous; campaign for the
election of the whole Free Silver ticket.
M'HIUK Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W meets
ThvrwUv evcnlnK of each wcelc at 7. SO
lu Vlcu i block corner i-irat and Harrison.
VI- nine Workmen always welcome.
T. V. IMTCHELL M. W.
' o. I1NUI Recorder.
GtTHKIB Lodge No. I. K. ol P. meets
evovy Wednesday at 7:30 In their hall
"uirseVI tor block corner PIrat and Harri-
son VUiilng knlghu are always welcome
W. JI. MlJRTnN o. a
J FOrrAIVT. M. of P. ad ic. of k. a
It M Meets every Tuesday night In K.
ilting cniem always wel
come W. I- 11. BliAHUliX jr.
I K of I hall VuutUJB chleU alway
I'DIC W. i. 11. OU..MIU
M U. CHERRY Chief of Records.
cnuay ment ot c
Uliik Udii telle
a. 3. I. o. o. r. meets
each wsek at 7:30. Vis-
NCIS A MBYETTE. N.
T lock box 17V.
New ORttAs La. Sept -."The
Kansas men tvhosoSonsnUonnl suicide
was told lu yostarduy's dispatches
has (tiltc o record in Meridian Mim
For two years J. U Knssebattm and
A. b. Unrnes had boon purtuer. in the
most prominent photograph studio in
Meridian. Last Friday Rurne und
his wife roturnod frflm an extensive
vacation. About midnight people in
the Southern hotel were startled by
the shriek of n woman and rushing
up to tho studio found Rarnen lying
stretched on the floor with five greit
gashe in tho bend and his bra-.ns
oozing out of the wounds. A bloody
hatchet was on the lloor and a long
knife was found uiulty some clothing
Suspicion rested upon Knsseunum
and n search of the city failed to re-
veal his whereabout
Wood hounds were procured and the
country for fifty miles around searched
In vain. Yesterday morning Kasse-
bauin was seen to crawl out from un-
der a neighboring house and enter
his own residence.
The alarm was given nud the house
was surrounded by olliccrs and a great
mob of Infuriated men. They moved
forward and demunded his surrender.
Not a word cnino from tlie Interior
until Just ns tho door was thrown
open n shot rang out und the body of
tho photographer wns seen to fall
upon tho ifior of his wife's room.
Seeing that uscapc was impossible
Knssebaum raised n pistol to his right
to tuple mill II red He died last niirht
at midnight .thus ending w it Ii suicide
one of the most cold-blooded and mvs
tertotts murders in the Stu c
Re fore Inking his life Kiisvbuuin
said that .Mrs I In rues was the ciuso
of hif murdering her husband but
this is a greater my ;. than evet
He was seeieled under the house fur
forty-eight hours while the mob hunt-
ed for It i in
If he had I eu captured there run
be but .llti le doubt t tint Ivnolimg
would have followed
I KiKsebauIn wns weil Icimii n
tne West lie WAR lioi'll III l.l-illll
K.in lie ui'eil lor yHi s in Ihitslite
anil hi ter. mi ni iu buns is i '
brottici. . 1' Kasseliiiiiin resales hi
Iiiiliunapulii Ind . while u broih.-i uf
Mrs Kassebiium unmed I) 1'. Lain. in
lives in llell.ili.' Run '1 lie dead man
can ieil n $.'000 life m sin mice policy
ami was' a inember of l he hnutlniu
Pine camp noil men of ibe r I t
The body is being pivparcil f.ir ship-
ment to bis uiil Inline at llypsiun Run.
Mrs Karnes ii the daughter of upturn
II llar.h ii n. I ( inie oi the best
IjiWi' i lollies slid downy iisli oris
bring i : ly a uegaMve sort of comfort
to the wiiiniin who Is suffering with
some ilii"i-e or oYrangi inenl of the
orgs n i iistiiiiiy friiiliniii' Some
clothe- mil 'ntnc lositloiii. uiil'- t lie
lialn mid the illscoiiifoi t n i in leas
Pe"hsps the u rvea are iiiohI ttlfel-tiil
nod ttis In turn disturbs the ingestion.
Nothing will ever completely relieve
but a i adieu I curd The stall of ao-
eallid "female complalnls ' may be a
very slight thing Indeed It may be
that In llic lieglt.nlng some finall
hygienic measure) would stop tho
trouble. Certainly at this time a lit-
tle bit of the right medicine would
stop It. When the trouble bc-omes
worse It is harder to cure but still It
oan lie oured. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Proscription will positively euro any
Iron bio of this obaracter. It may bo
absolutely rolled upon. It affords
lasting relief to a woman whoso nat-
ural modesty lias kept hor from con-
sulting a physician.
Send 31 cents in ono cotit stamps to
World's Dispensary Medical Atocla-
tlon Ruffalo N. Y. and lecolvo Dr.
Pierco's Ki08 pagf "Common Senso
Medical Adviser" profusely illus-
trated. For Salo liy Chan Osgur the small
two seated phaeton which took the
first premium at thn 8 tale Iain also
the horse and harnass to inateli. This
Is a rare chaneo lo buy a handsome
Transfer Try nk Line
Q. rvl. MOFETRIDQE.
v f& . Qsssssnsr
m will r ml o ip coupon inside
i nit 'un mulct luig.nndtwncot
pon . iTK.tile eh four tunic
Lie of Iiiackncll s Purb im
Hiu a bag .if this crle-
br.itcil tobao onnd lead the
coupon which gives u list
of il u.ible riresetits nnd how
" to get tlieni
8ut3 every Iwdj'' that tries
tt so if you want to be
suited use ....
Aro Mio HohJ. On Knrth.
Kicycles bought sold and exchange 1. Rtcyclea sold on install-
' menu Our pi ices and guarnnleo will interest you Knll line
of cycle sundties. Repairing nt all kinds done and work guar-
anteed (live us a call
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
113. 113 1-2 Oklahoma A.e.
E. N. KNAUSS Manager.
rm t! ? i
l-t. 1-.W Lall at
l y MFRTI '.'
mpmeatNa l.tO. O. F.
fuea4ay evening In Oila
Alt vfsitloK mtrlarcbt
JOS. POrjUAUT 0. P.
Hugh H. McCreary
Pirst'tlasa Kigp Alirays iletiy.
Hack line runalng every daybttween Quth
. Xie and Cbandler except Sundaya. U a.
There aro today perhaps thirty
illfjeront sty'oa of bteyulo tlrca on the
markot all of which vary in detail.
As to their vailous merits theories
aro of little value; actual experience
Is the only way to determine this
question I'nless an artiole gives sat-
isfaction demand for It soon coasos
After a teat of over ax yoara during
which time doublo-tube and single-
tube tire have been marketed at least
throe-fourths of all tho riders In this
country today demand and ride doublo-tube
The leading frrn in tUo ynltad
State and Infact In the entire world
In the manufacture of doublo-tubo
tiros is Morgan & Wright Chicago.
Tholr history Is interesting. The
first pneumatic tire the ragn-and-btIuo
kind won giving trouble and
Morgan it Wright stepped in to fill a
great public want They furnish a
tire thot could easily bo taken from
tho rim to be repaired. That was too
nrlclnle renu'.roment In thoso days
besides '.ho usual requirements of
speed durability and comfort.
That waa several years ago. Slnrjln-
tube tires had been pushed in purope
And wero falling end tho same effort
waa being started In tbls country.
Tbo Morgan & Wright double-tube
tiro quickly proved lta auperiorlty
with tbo result above stated The
qulclcrepalr Inner tube which
is thla year a standard feature of
tbla flrm's tires baa made the posi-
tion of doublo-tube tireu practically
invincible by making it quick and
easy for the riders to secure at the
roadside a permanent repair a thing
admittedly im possible In the majority
of single-tube accidents. tf
lion. J. D. DeboU Hon. D. J. Morrlfc
Hon. J. I. Mt-Danlel and Mrs. Ann'.o
L. Vincent will make the following
Monday Oci. 5. t.iw p m . VYoidUv:
township Cedarvale sohonl huuv
TVMBAT. Oot. . 7-30 p in Rose Hill
tnwhshin Stony Rolnt hdmoi house
Vi:dkesday Oct. T 7'Ju p in . Bis-
marck township Hubbell school house
Tiiuxaiur. Oct. . .ao i. m.. Mar-
shall township Union school house
Fkidav Oct 9 7:80 p. m.. Oak View
township. High View school ht use
SATURD.SV. Oct. 10 7:30 p in . Oris-
iJATVHDAV Oct 3 i 30 p m UiHi C
0. Uoroer and-Ur. A. L. Dk-tli
bone days ueiniog "i'l cotcg out
right" from the time yu ansa till
yon retire. Your blood Is iu bad con-
dition ami every organ suffers in eon-
sequence. What you need Is tho
cleansing invigorating lofluanea of
Ayei'a Santa parllla
ttWBrT JrT ill- -.
STENCILS SEALS CLOTH MARKERS
MAUI! ON SHOUT NOTICR
And at Hcatonaltlc Prles. All WorK Onar-
antrcd. Write for price of what you want.
IHOf. Mernr St
16 TO 1 SHOTS!
Silver Dollar Saloon
!'. M. WVA'IWI l'roi.
VI. in limiitinK corner It.irrUnn mil ilrnt
Doctors prescribe it.
Druggists sell it
And we jjuamntee it
To Cure All Scalp and Follicle Aliments.
Yours for Long flair
KNOWLTQN DANDERINE CO.
GUTHRIE O. T.
'yiiosua s. wBiTK.
Washington. D. C.
Rooms lttt-S-0 Atlantic iniiMlng.
Mlnlag tnd ami Patent '.aw a Specialty.
pAVID L. OITT
No. m V. Street N
Washington D. C.
formerly Principal Kxamluer Pension
TUe pension policy of the future will In all
IH'obafillllT be more lllieral. Ilslectetl cases
solicited. rrresptindence Invited.
V TATSOK E CoUSMAN
land nnd f'ntont Attorney.
Wnahlngton. D. C.
V .uif ton Loan and Truil lll'dit.
tlon. John C.
netl M. 6.
V Allen U. H. Sen-
Klnderhook N. Y.
: Hnn J. O. Hicks
RANK . f'ROHTHWAlTr.
WnnhliiKton 3. C
1830 V Street N W.
TlIK I.ANU llltl'AHTM.MT ol ni f ufttCtl 1 Con-
duiudby tlm late . in.-T nt the Oklahoma
Towuxln- inu runtikt uuislons. I solicit
your business and guarantee satisfaction
Im iiioiillilv pun . in the uiden
hips luck niil ' houlders
he. l nml limhs.
fhee pnitnnrc -vinptouisof
duiigerouii derant; luents pecul-
lur to women.
McKlree'u Wine of Csrdui cor-
rects these dcroiigements curco
Whitesttiul falling of the Womb
relieves Suppressed Menstrua-
tion and flooding quiets tho
nerves aud brings happiness to
Tor Halo by Medicine Dealers at
ONE 1IOI.I.AU A 1KI n I.K.
IJfluora and WlBoslnJU
'llu' liritt uf
sloth. All brands of lloer lUMpf
..y.... . -u i..ui(1ipM Hcrred on
Saturday evenings. I'ationx are a I
lowed lo settle tho llnnni-ial i( nest Ion
while doing tumbles with IliU ivopuUr
Torliig ClMHiljSsan'J Kcpalrlng.
Dyd'i a Spffii&n
Ill W lUrrisoii.
RICHARDSON & SQRRELL
in i In
G A. HUGHES 0. D. S
Arllll. l.l 'I'ctlli on Any Rase Hrairrd
Hloclt and one-hall Nor til of (iiitlni.' National Hank.
West Siile of Htreet.
PHONE TiO. II. OlUTHRIE. O. T.
IS. HILLINnSMBY I'ruatdcnt.
f5?'ir ;i oi-ratfn
fflL a. 1 f'uar-
SSKv&. i Vrff .tntt-nl
in. i h i.owirsrr tt iiatvi woim.
ril'Fi('E-KiKiW ktsM ver Rank Indian
All orders for baggagA on out going
train should be left one
hour before tho traJu
West Oklahoma Avenue.
CARRIAGES AND SPRING WAGONS
Put Up To 0-dr
If you do not notlca a toarkad change
for the better after ualng
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK. A
Capital fully paid 50000.00
llOAIll) OK niitirrott8:
A. (J. llrowur. Cupiialiit Utloa N Y. Geo. B. Ulllliiggley Uuihrlo O T
W h. UoilgxM tliithrle. Jnn. K Stoun Oiitbrla.
(has. K. Jllllliigbley. Onthrle
CORHRbPONDHNCK SOLU'lTKD OLI.ElTloNS A sl'KClALTY
J. W. MoNlCAf l'icf. -.n sv
A .1. M.AY Virh-I'IUCSIDKNT.
Hoard ot Dljsetors In addition to Bank Oftieeri
Kurace Hpstd Robert Martlu. .1 R. I oiiinhain.
W. J. HOR8FALL Canhlor.
Filntlni and repairing done in Crat-cliii
style. Saop recently enlarged and fitted up
wlta late lmprovmcsit.
310 niTlalop Street
TOR SALE V
Tbo cole agent Wm. RlUhaupt
proprietor Vienna Bakery and Ice
Oream Parlor IU Harrison Ave
Choicest candles on the market put
op in fancy Bon Bon boxes. Specialty
of catering to social parties
for a fw days y-J arc net taking
lu proper remedy and should
sand at ouoe for Da. ICintiBiii.r.
who will examine aad prBrlbt)
for yon absolutaly
FREE OF CHARGE.
Klthar at homo or In kls oftiee.
I'wmoos residing ouuMcof the ally
oaa send for a ymptoas Blank
whi b will roso.e itas Doe tor to
intelligently riUgooM your esse
and proscribe the proper remedies.
And the BagL
"SPECIAL BREW" FOR FAMILY
24 BOTTLES FOR $1.00
Call on or address
THE K1MBERLET PHARMACY
XtO first Blrest
QUTHRIE - OKLAHOMA
EAST HARRISON AVFHOE.
H. H. PERRY
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 102, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 30, 1896, newspaper, September 30, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73738/m1/3/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.