The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 124, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 28, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THlT LlADtoft GrUtfHRIB; OKLAHOMA-
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H rmipcn in ule a it 'no wii.-e Ihk nutf to cou HL
jH pot ltielJo ta li t.ir .' e Bf K
j Oemsine Durham I
HnB ItiiynliaRortliUreletirntCiltnlmcronnilrenitUieronpon B
When you see n "good-looking"
wonmti ou nearly always see a yy
licultliy womnn. Henuty is really f.
health. It is the attractiveness of
face und form tliat comes naturally yy
when weakness and nalii are absent. V
Sickness und pain drive attractive-
ness away. Vy
It is difficult to make women be- fj
lievc their tortures can be cured at f
home. The popular belief is that ky
1nv tmif cuffRr nn liil nn fir vn r .
W to a physician and reveal secrets that he ought not to know. Jf
W Niuc-tcuthsof women's troubles can be cured without physician's aid. yy
y "7VIKT353 oT CJk.JEVDTJX ?
Vy is a remedy that stops the drain on the system. It stops the pains that drag V
W and pull at the organs of woutuuhood. It makes them strong and well. It y
ffj makes them attractive by making them healthy. Trice $i per bottle.
V mii ijy ai.i. ir.Ai.rns ix Mr.niriMU v
Itailrond Timo Tnblo.
Atctil.on TopehK & Kauta Fe
NOUTU. KAST AND WEST.
ill1'! 635 a in.
40 4.68 p.m.
S)l2 IB p. TO
Leave Arrive I Arrive
Outtirlc. Kan. Clty.lChlcago.
6. 45a.m. tS.Wn in. 9. 43a. m
5:08 p. in. 6.50 a. III. 10:30p.m
7:00 a. m Local Freight
SOUTH SOUTHEAST AND BOUTIIWX8T.
40712 -S5p7 in.
40ft 10 sup. in.
tahz 16 p. in.
u 'tap. m.
1.00 p. m.
Arrive I Arrive
ft. WortlilQalv 'g'n
Tills p. m ifl.us a.m.
8:10 a. m.9:30p.in.
A J. Corklns Aguut.
L-huctnw OklMiunm JS llulf It. It. Co.
Leave i:i Keno 0:40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City 7:45 am
Arrive South McAloster
Arrive Fort Smith
Arrive St Louts
Leave St. Louis
Leave I-1. Smith
Leave South McAIUter
Leave Oklahoma City
Arrive r.l Keno
3 -00 Jim
10 ( pm
lleltrern 4)klMhma Olijr mill Kl Hum.
Leave Oklahoma City for west .
Arrive Kl Keno
Leave in Keno for east
Arrtve Oklahoma City
Leave Oklajiofea City for west .
Arrive k aeno
Leavi' i.i iicnn
.. 9 Of am
. . 10:04 pin
0 40 am
il in am
I !. JO Jim
Arrive Oklahoma Cltv
Trains i ana iroinuumrie mine connei -tlou
at Oklahoma City.
Make close connections at Kl Keno for
iiolnu on the Hock Island north and south.
Fur rile anil Information apply to
South McAleater I T
J V 1IOLUEN. Tramc MauaRer
O. M M ULLSWOKTll.
Agent Oklahoma Cltv-
l'llUFESSlONAL 1)111 KCTOHY.
STKVIJNB M. D.
.1M.. ......- 1i.tl.rla VTnf..nll t.inlr
UUILC U1CI VIUIUIIU tiailUMrtl .'...
Kootn a. Otlltfe recently uiuved Irom hecoml
door oi Sualon's Drug btorc
yilOMAS S. WHITE
ATTORN EV-AT-L AW.
WubhliiKton D. t.
Kooms 103-5-fl Atlantic UuIMIuk
Mining L'anil and J'AfiH law a Specialty
USjl ('("!-' "
raranRS5T v w ""
i:i.'S ( it. 1 A 11 ItAI.M liiniiilllvriiiw.
Applv into Hip nantril. li 'i qm kly nhnorhed. 60
ceiilii ri I Tii 'I'mUi or tiv mini ; fainp'ro tor. by milt.
ELY UUil'llll.HS MW-irn-n St. Nuw lotkt'ltw
Vletlma of Ntntncce Slum Tell How Tlmy
llnvr llri-n llrit(lnl.
From New York Sun: "Since I came
to New York twelve yoars ago" said
one man In the group "I have been
known In the laundry world os 'IX 0.'
I don't Buppose I could get rid of that
mark whatever I should do. It Identi-
fies me as persistently as u hand with
one finger gone. It came about In tho
most accidental wny. I sent my clothe
to a certain laundry late In 1SK3 when
1 first moved to New York. They came
back marked 'II 9.' Hvory surceselvp
laundry has put that nmrk back on
them until I am now so firmly fixed n
'II 9' that I never expect to be desig-
nated under any other device."
"I'm 'W Z' answered a small meek
man apologetically "and I never could
fathom the Imnglnntlon of the washer
woman who decided to label me 'V Z.'
My collars are only fourteens -ml
there's nothing nbout my clothes to
lead anybody to think I ought to be
hi ded with any such Impossible com-
bli. tlon of consonants as 'V Z.' Thero
are undoubtedly men that 'W Z' might
suit but I'm not one of them. The
dlfllclty of tho mattor Is that these
laundresses may be picturesque enough
In the first Instance although when
one makes a mistake of Judgment the
rest follow like sheen. Any woman
who keeps on marking a fourteen col-
lar 'W Z' shows a lack of Inventiveness
that Ib painful even In a laundresu."
"My name Is Jonce" the third mau of
the group said "and I havon't a drop
of German blood In my body. I never
had a German ancestor and I know
nothing about Germany But In the
laundry annals I am irretrievably
known as 'Krattse.' Nino years ago I
moved to New York nnd came here af-
ter having traveled for several weeks.
I put all my wash Into my trunk and
when I reached New York there was
'quite an accumulation. I went out to
ia laundry In the neighborhood and
told the man to soiitl around to the
house for my clothes. Before that I had
told the servant to give my clothes to
anybody who called and It happened
that a boy came first for the clothes
of a lodger above me. Of course he
got mine Instead and It happened that
the other man's name was known. So
my entire laundry came hack marked
'Krauss.' How they happened not to
notice that they had never been marked
before I don't know. Hut I am still
known as 'Krauss' In the laundry set;
collus woar out and shirts fall to
pieces only to be known anow ns
'Krauss.' Tho other man told mo that
his clothes came back from the laun-
dry marked 'J. Krausa.' That was the
only tribute to my name Jones that
was shown on that occasion. Whether
the other man's name stuck to him or
not I never heard. But I have been
'Krauss' for nlno years an much as the
marks on my llnon can moke me that."
BATTLE WON BY THE INSURGENT.
ficneral Gomel leads in perioa- aa '
toftt the bpanitn. eight hundred Sp
lit kllltd and 1 )00 woundad. Tka greftfc
victory is atttlbuted to tba fact that tk
infcMtente have discovered that Dr. Saw-
yir'i Family Cur givei nw IK mA
trangth and purifleitb blood.
TVAVIU L. Q1TT
- IKNSION' ATTOIINbY
WaxhliiKton. L. U
Na MS ' Street. N. W.
Formerly Principal Examiner I'eulon
Tue pension policy or the future will in all
liri.baMllly be more littoral. Kejecteil canes
aollclted Correspondence Invited.
T rATSON K. COLHMA1
Lnnd and Patent Attorney!
YuBJdnKtoti U. U.
Washington fian and Trust Hl'dg.
nKHKKENCKSHpn. M. V A"en U. S. Sen-
ate Uou. Life Petic:e.iKlnrterhook N. Y.
jiuu juim u iicii i v (i ' f im."
1'ltANK II. CltOSTUWAITB ClIESTIlt HOWl
-"KOSTIIWAITK & HOWK
WashlnKton. IJ. C
1K0 K Street. N. W
iLoia j. m. Miiomt
For a period of about tea years ray wlfa
and myself have observed the wonderful
benefits received from tha use of your
Family Cure tor all diseases of tba stom-
ach liver kidneys and tha blood and most
cheerfully recommend It to all sufferers.
Mason City. ttl.
A written guarantee to cura or money
refunded with every dollar bottla. Prices
11.00. 30c. and S5c
A written guarantee to cure or money
refunded with every box of Dr. Sawyer's
Pastilles which cures all diseases ptcullai
to women Price (1 00 per box
For sale by 0. It. KiMifro
A I'llMIH Itotllll.
H re Is a story of an orthodox robin
Sun.' Mine ago I attainted morning sor
h- In Bly citliPitral sny a writer in
tl.e London Dally Telegraph wlicrp.
dining the prayers n robin kept tin
tiny plnut the building Joining otra
sloi.ally In the service with a moiled
When the clergyman ascemled th
pulpit and began to speak tht robin
deliberately perohed himself on oik
of the pinnacles of the chancel screen
quite close to the orator nnd th(
louder the pnstor preachsd the londei
did the robin sing much to the amuse-
ment of the congregation. I have n.
recollection of what the swmoit wan
about but the robin's singing made u
deep impression upon me.
STENCILS SEALS GLOTU MARKERS
MAIJK ON SHOUT NQTHJK
And at Reasonable Prices. All Work Guar-
anteed. Write for price pf wliat you want
J. P. HAYDEN
Mercer St. Kansas City Mo.
Foi: Tkadk. Four good lots in Ohio
manufacturing city of 15 000 for email
tract of land within a rnilo of Guthrie.
Addrcfcs "flood Chance" Leader office.
lltlii Yor VUlttU TrxaiT
It Is tho biggest state In the union.
It has a productive soil and delightful
olimato. There Is some unoccupied land
The region along the (iulf shore-near
Galveston and Houston Is particularly
at'ractlve. A comfortable Income Is
there assured thoso who intelligently
ultlvate small fruit' pr raise "garden
Y3u may learn Eomothlng sc- about
the 'lVStt I'OHSH-onntry y wireniK
W.J Black. O. P. A. A. T.'fcS. F.Ity.
'l'nimka. Kansas or (1 A. Uls&Ins. A U.
li A Plil-.iirn Vraa divirrmtlvn lltpr-
Hture " furnlilied. Im)u!ro - of udarest
agent r- gardlug excursion raten.
yr War in Cuba by Senor Quesada
3u i&n representative at Washington.
Bnrtoiseil by Cuban patriots. In tro-
niondouB demand A bonanza for
agunU. Only SI SO Illg book big
rommlsslons. Everybody wants tha
only endorsed reliable book. Outfits
free. Credit given Freight paid.
Drop all trash and make 8300 a month
with War in Cuba. Address today
The National Hook Concern 352-356
Hearborn st Chicago
Look at our window uml soo
tho nicest lino oi' Straw Hats
in liio Territory. Now York
Wanted Five thousands bushels of
tomatoes delivered to Salmon Can
ning factory Uuthrie O T. during
the canning season. Farmers wishing
to make contracts address Gus Carson
caro Nix Ualsell & Co. Outhrle O. T.
New styles of buggies phaetons eur
reys traps and carts just rereived at
M. Collar's South Second street. Call
and see his goods. M Collar
Quite a reduction In the price of
glasses Is made by Dr. Mayer. See
him at once tie remains only a few
t ays longer.
Fur good cheap houbeholu goods
call at 31S Worth t'econd str-et. tf
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powtkf
superior to nil others
(Jo to Mrs. Newton a lor a good meal
at the Van Voorheea old stand corner
of Oklahoma avenue and Secondtreat
Tho following la the program fojf
tho Press Association meeting at Shuw-
nee May 21st and 22d:
Address of Welcome Mayor ot Shawnee
ltrsponbe and Annual Address ..... .
President of Association
PressAsioclatlon from a liuslness Stand-
point J V. Admire Klngtliher Free Press
Newspapers. From an Kducatloual
Pres Iloyd. Territorial UnlverMty
Consccullve I'uhllcatlor. Law
W II. Trench Chandler Publicist
The Loud 11111
Frank McMastern Oklahoma Weekly
The Non-Polltlcal Editor
Dick Oulnn. llatduntv Ileralil
The Indian as a Citizen .. .
. N. a. Mounts Tccumseh Leader
Foreign Ad. Kates
KdttorOreer County Weekly Sun
Western Editorial Federation ..
J. F. lleiiBley 1I Keno Democrat
John Ooloule State Capital
The Kdltor as a Politician..
L. MrKlnley Newklrk Keimbllcan
f'akU bubscrlptlon . .
I'ere Drummond Heaver Herald
National AHooclatlun Work
K. W. Hojt I'onca Olty Qwurler
Short Grans Sanctums
P. T. Cook Cloud Chief Herald
T. J. l'almer. Medtord Patriot
Political Pulls vs News . .
L. O. Nlblack Outhrle Leader
Our I'refcS Akkocjatton
J. It. Camphell Ilenuewey Klckr
aojwy Chorus Ilnhemlan Oirl
Choir First M. B. Church.
Quartette Annie rjurlf
Mebuames icich urlsnell Nix lloltw
Solo . . Mts King Norman University
Mule. Mandolin club
Violin inuatc Lavmon Felder
Kreo I'll Is.
Send your address to II. K. Illicit Ion
& Co.. Chicago and get a frou sumple
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and aro
Particularly effective in the euro of
onstlpation and Sick Headache For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been proved invaluable. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
every deleterious substance and to be
puroly vegetable. They do not weak-
en by their action but by giving tone
to the stomach and bowels greatly in-
vigorate thosyBtem. Ilegular size 25c-
per box. Sold by 0. It Itenfro drug-
gist. For trado A throe-room house for a
small tract of land near Outhrle. Ad-
drebs "X" care Leader. lOtf
All liio latest stylos of straw
hats at tho New York Clothing
In a large city oculists do not carry
a stock of glasses but simply furnish a
prescription to their patients there-
fore Dr. Mayer desires to dispose .of
all his glasses at much reduced
prices and you should take ad
vantage of the opportunity and see
him at his ofllco over the flush lie
remains only a few days more.
All the New Stylet in Hats at
When your watch needs flxlntr see J.
n Thorpe the jeweier at Vender-
pool's drug store. 7t(
All tko Latest Styles or Child-
ren's Suits cull be found t
GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF CLOTHING!
Begins FRIDAY APRIL 23 and lasts until SATURDAY MAY I.
Every Suit and pair of Pants in our MAMMOTH
CLOTHING DEPARTMENT is marked down and will be
on sale in this Great Special Sale. Note prices of a few of
Men's Nice Dark Cot
Men's Pine Navy-Blue
Men's Fine All-Wool
Fancy Plaid Suits
Men's Fine Black
Boys' Fancy Mixtures
Boys' Heavy Cotton- r qq
ade Suits 3 &0
Boys' Dark Gray Suits
Boy's Navy-Blue and
Men's extra heavy Cot-
Men's oxtra heavy
Boys' extra heavy $i rr
Cottonadc Pants J .Ow
Men's Fmo all -wool
Full line of Men's fan- r-i r fr
cy cassimere suits tpXV-J. JJ
Imported Black Clay Worsteds
Suits SW.OO 8.00 und 10.00
i' !rTt4'$it& 4fc 't"'
This is the time to buy your Clothing. Men's Boys' and
We have a completG line of Men's and Boys' Straw
Hats at 5c to $1 each.
Full line of Felt Hats 25c to $3.50
Men's extra quality Balbriggan Underwear 25c each.
Beatifulline of Men's Laundred Percale Shirts 48c 59c
and 88c each. Remember this sale lasts Only Ten Days.
Come early and get the pick of the stock.
W. T. COLEMAN.
ISO OlUalioxnai jrm9
cs-tr'acKfKR.iE: o- "xr-
DID YOU EVER NOTICE
When luck plays in your favor how it keeps on playing? We offer you
bargain alter bargain with such a plentitude of attractions to select from that
your satisfaction is gained without an effort the prices too. Well they are so
low they speak for themselves
It's the Magnetism of the Values z p.g SL
interests are protected. Last years best was this years starting point
with us. We are ready for you with the new line of
MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING.
HATS SHIRTS UNDERWEAR NECKWEAR H0ISERY etc.
And in the purchase of each article therefrom we claim to give you the
niiST goods and to save you money.
waves over every deprartment of our estab-
lishment We are building business on the
great and strong power of low prices. Money spent with us gets more genu-
ine value goes farther lasts longer gets more style more quality and does
more actual good service than it is ever possible to get elsewhere. Now
you know what to expect and if we ever fall short of it just tell us of it. Our
aim is to get the trade of everyone we can and we want it by honest means and
to your advantage. Just now we are showing 2o different patterns in Men's
Suits at $l0.oo that you can't touch elsewhere for less than $15.00. You will
find it pays to trade at
Lews Bee Hive
The Low Price Banner
Oklahoma Ave. and First Street.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 124, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 28, 1897, newspaper, April 28, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73915/m1/3/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.