The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 38, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 14, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
Successful past week of the great Mid-summer Clearing Sale. Continuation of it this week to the profit and pleasure of a satisfied community. The only
house in Guthrie with a bona fide resident buyer in the eastern markets. He underbuys. We undersell. For this week:
JHIF.SS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1.000 yds Figured Lawn 55c; regular price 5c.
bOO yds Figured Lawn 5c; regular price 8 1-flc.
1300 yds yard wide Figured Lawn 7 l-2c; regular
price 12 l-2c.
000 yards White Lawn 33c; regular price 7c.
550 yds "White Lawn 8 l-8c; regular price 12 l-2c.
100 yds White India Linon. 15c; regular price 25c.
700 yds figured all wool Challie 15c; regular price 25.
2000 yds Steel River Percals 8c; regular price 12 l-2c.
5(10 yds Chatelaine Tullic 12 l-2c; regular price 20c.
l.non yds Linon Brode 8c; regular price 12 l-2c.
1500 yds Grenadine Moire 7c; regular price 12 l-2c.
80O yds figured Mulls at 8 l-c; the regular price
2500 xds Outing Cloth 4 l-2c; regular price 8 l-3c.
1200 yds all wool Nun's Veiling at 20c; regular price
Mosquito Bars go pI """" per 8-yd bars
500 pairs Lace Ortalns 'rom 50c to S2.25.
250 Bed Spreads trom tsic to $2.25.
3000 Ladies' Vests 5c to 45c.
5000 pairs Ladies' Black Ilose at 5c.
A large assortment of Parasols from 25c to $8.50.
Bleached Muslin at 4 5 and 7c per yard.
NOTION DEPAKTM ENT.
Dress Stays at 7c.
Mourning Pins at 4c.
Silk Thread He.
Embroidery Silk at 10c per dozen.
Clark's O. N. T. Thread 8 for 10c.
Buttons in endless variety.
1 rol riairs Ladies' Oxford and Handnla at n great
samtue in the following colors tan russot
black and while.
1 II Men's Puff Dosotn Shirts 7Bc ragular price $1 1"
.. . . 72 Men's Silk Puff Bosom Shirts 98c regnlar ones
aiulalu at n great 2 ci or.
50 pair Towels at Iflc regular price 25c.
98 pair Towels at 18c regular price 80c.
72 pair Towels at 25c regular price 37 1 -2c.
t.ooo yds Toweling at :ic regular price 8 l-8c.
300 Men's Shirts at 15c regular price 25c.
100 Men's Shirts and Drawers 70c regular price $1.
250 Men's Work Shirts 22 l-2c regular price 87 l-2c.
210 Men's Linen Shirts (striped) 5l)c regular price $1
Men's Neckwear in all varieties.
Men's Teck Scarfs u snap.
CLOTH INI? DEPARTM ENT
Boys' Knee Pauls at lHc :uc
Boys' Long Pants at 50e--t)' .-.
Men's Pants at U0c 1 0.
Men'h Summer Coats 47c $1 oo.
Men's Summer Coats. $1.25 2 00.
Men's Summer Coats and Vesta $1.50- J 5o
Men's Crash Suits $3. 49-?5.0O.
1200 Suits assorted all wool as low as $1
The best 8.50 All Wool Clay Worsteds on earth.
Straw' Hats at great reductions to close out the line
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Railroad Tlmo Table.
PCS SjV! HTcta
Atchison Topeka A Bantu Ke.
NOKTII EAST AND WKST.
1 10 p. m '
I Leave I Arrive i Arrive
I Guthrie IKan. City Ichlcago.
6 ma m.
j 3) p.m.
7 00 a.m.
(1 Dlv m. ifMJa. in
0.60 a.m. 10.00p.m.
Local Frel gut.
SOUTH SODTI1KAST AND SODTUWEST.
12:1) p. m.
3u p in.
I ArrlcK 1 Arrive
'i:M p. m
u:ua p. in
0 0) a ra
Q-s n mMO.OS a.m.
8.05 a. m.S:S5p.m.
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LOCAL DISEASE I
"1 Is ths rtvMoi csMs and
sudden climatic chanoei.
It can be cured by a pleasant
remedy w.itcli It applied di-
rectly Into the nostrils. I)e-
Ely's Cream Balm
Is acknowledged to be thJ most tnorooch corn I
Nasal C'alarrb Cold In Head and ilay 1 evrr of all
remedlra. It opens and Cm iises the nnaal passage
allays pain and Inuarnmati' n heals theiMirea pro-
tects tl'e membrane (rom coins restorea the senses
Df taste and smell. Price Mc. atDroixleUi r hy maii
ELY OJUOTIintS. CS arrcn bUccU Mew York.
ITS OWN LINE.
Parties Hound for ltiiJTalo Should Take
A. J. Corklna Agent.
Choctaw Oklahoma ft Uulf It. It Co.
Leave El Keno .. 6:40 am
Arrive Oklahoma Otty. 7HSam
Arrive Shawnee 9:4Sam
Arrive South McAlester 12:30 pm
Arrive Wlster 3.00 pm
Arrive Fort Smith 4:35 pm
Arrive St. Louis T:2S am
Leave St. l.ouls 8: pm
Leave Ft Smith 11:67 am
Leave Wlster 1:30 pm
Leave South McAllster . .. :IOpin
Leave Shawnee 7 35 pm
Leave Oklahoma City.. .. . . 8:05 pm
Arrive Kl Keno . 10:05 pm
For Dr Tclujajjo'a Tho Earth Gir-
dled" or bis famous tour around the
world. A thrilling story of savage
and barbarous lands. Four million
T-ilmapo boolts sold and "The Earth
Girdled" Is his latest and trrrutest.
Demands euormous; everybody wants
this famous book. Only S3. SO. Hlfj
book big commisblon; a gold mine for
workers. Credit given freightage
paid outfit frco. Drop all trash and
sell the King of HooUu and maico 3300
por month. Address for outfit and
loriltory People's 39(1 Market street
lletwetm Oklahoma City and Kl lteuo.
Leave Oklahoma City for west. . . . :05am
Arrive in lleno . . . 10:0ipm
Leave Kl Keno for eat 6.40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City . 7:40 am
Leave Oklahoma City for west . 3:60 pm
Arrive Kl lteno 4-62 pra
Leave El lleno eaut 11.15 am
Arrive Oklahoma City . lSKOpm
Trains to and from Uuthrle make connec-
tion at Oklahoma Cit).
Make cloie connections at CI Reno for
points on the Kock Island north and south.
For rates and Information apply to
South McAlester I. T.
r .. . t. t orrxi.mi
U. J1 iU. 1.I.L.C9 UIl'.
Agent Oklahoma Cltv.
First published In tho Daily Loader
Notice for Publication.
Land ofllcoat Guthrie O. T July 2.
Notice Is heroby given that tho follow-
lng'Uamed settler lias Mod uotlcoofhls
luleutioti to inako linul proof. In support
iado before the register and receiver at
uutnrio. u. j uiiauiju iuiiiii(i
.Umni L. Ilvdo for tho n o ur of sec 17.
two 10 r 1 w.
II names tho following wltnoses to
provo his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of sulci Ian 1 viz:
Duvld Hordestv. John Hardesty. of
Sumner. O T. and J. Thomas llurae
Casslus I'erlnn of (luthrlo. O. T.
an" A N J OnooK Ucglster.
liar Itepalrlp Uepartment
la equal to tho best In tho country.
We repair everything and anything!
bicycles sowing machines locks keys
umbrellas typewriters and gasoline
stoves etc. Saw tiling and grinding
of avcry description lawn mowers
shears scissors knives etc Wo aro
experts in each of our departments.
II II. Knausb
The liicyclo llouso. 113 Oklahoma
avenuo Guthrie O. T.
Oklahoma people going to the Grand
Army reunion at ItuiTalo next irontli
should tako tho Wabash pystem at
K an 6 as City. This is tho butt equipped
road In tho west. It operates Us oitu
lino from Kansas City St. Louis ar.d
Chicago to lluflalo nnd by taklDg tho
Wabash they will avoid all delays that
aro incident to routes made up by a
number of linos Tho Wabash Is but
one Hno and all trains nnd employes
arc under una management so tjerc
will bo no delays. General Passenger
Agunt II. N. Garland says tho Wabash
has m ti do special efforts to handlo tho
crowds. Tho Wabash Is a scenic line
running through lovoly countrv.
nncKlen'a Arm en rialva.
Tho Dcst Salvo in tho world for
Outs BruifiCb Soros Ulcers Salt It bo u in
Paver Sores Tottor Chappin Hands
Chilblain Corns and ull Skin Erup-
tions and postivoly euros Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents por box. For Stilo Ily
a It. ItKNFim. Guthrin
FIFTY DOLLARS A WKEIC EASILY
made. Acents wanted In every locality
for Hon. w. J Uryan'g creat and only
book "The First llattle." The best seller
ever produced. Agents are taking as many
as S00 orders per week neware of fraudu-
lent imitations. Send for outfit and betrln
work at once. Ws II. CONICKY COM-
PANY. Publishers 111 Dearborn street
A Colorado Summor
DIITcrs fro .. summers oUowhoro. Tho
altltudo of Colorado I ono to throe milt's;
heat Is grateful not enervating. Tho
ltcckv M j'intalns of Colorado ar mn-
' n I lie nt To bo out of tluors in this Idml
J niginii liutti't'. tlelilntf." nnd mountain
climbing Is a lino tonic for tho tlrud Il-
lustrated book "A Colorado Summor"
I mailed freo by addressing W. J. i.lack
' U. P. A.. A. T. .t S. V. Hy.roufka. Kai.
Tho best way to go is via tho Sunta Fe
Jio-'lo-lluu fr PI fly Cinls.
QuaraatMtd tolwcca habit eure makes weak
men siraee bkwtl purt- Mo (1. All druggist.
First published In the Daily Leader
July 0. 1897.
Notice Tor Fubllcatlou.
Land office at Guthrie O. T. July
Notice Is hnroby clven that tho follow-
ing nsmod seti'.er has tiled notico of bis
Intention to makntlbul proof In support
nf lila rlalm. ntnd that Said proof will bo
inado before the register and receiver at
Uuthrle. O. T.. on August 11 ivji vu:
WllllnmM- Whoatley f"r the loti 12
- 1 ... 1 oj.. ' tn 1 r IV
Him r j liw -4 o . k -.-...
He names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vli:
William T Klmberley. of Outhr e
Ovlahotuaj John J. Nolsou of Outhrlo
iwlithninn: li'rnnk CavonaitKh. of Downs:
Oklahoma; Jroino C&venau.sh of Downs
177 A. N. J. Crook Bejtster.
I'lrst published In tbo Dally Loader
July 3. 1897.
Notice for Publication.
Land olflco at Guthrie O. T. Jjly
Notice U hereby given that the follow-
named settler has filed notico of his lnteu
Hon to make final proof In support of his
claim and that said prooi will bo made
bofore register and receiver at Guthrie
O. T.. on August 7 1807. viz:
William A Legate for tbo no ir of sec
31. twp 15 nof r 1 w
lie names tbo following witnesses to
provo his continuous rosldence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
S imuel It Ulvens. Guthrie. O T; Itobert
L Armstrong Kdward H Prion and Wil-
liam II lirowti Sprlngvalo.OT-
4171 A. H. J.Ciumjk. IletrUtAr.
First published In the Dally Loader.
July 3. 1B97.
Notico for Publication.
Land office at Guthrlo Ok. July 3
Notice Is hereby Riven that tho follow-
named settler has tiled notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof In support of hi
cla'm and that said proof will be made
bofore tho register and receiver at UutL
rle. Ok. on AuRtist 7. 1897. viz:
Havanah Doram. II. K. No. 7393. for the
s wqrsecll twpi7nr 1 w I M. OT.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upoif and
cultivation of said land viz:
Thomas Moran David KitzBeraldJMar-
tlu L. EbtrhartrUiillam G. Eberh&d. all
of riarkson u T.
41Ti A. . J. CROOK. KOgiaer.
Tho 3:30 train Is the through Colorado
For first-class papor hanging call on
it unrlBon. ill nortn nrst btreot.
I have for sale ono four horse engine
with blx-horse power boiler one six-
borso power engine and ono ten-hoiso
power bailer good as now wll' eell
cheap. Call And examine. Jok M.
A nicely furnUhod room for rent
bathrosin In oonnMtloii Apply to
John Iluenting 310 I'.ast Cleveland
The U. S. Gov't Reports
fihow Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
First PubHsbad In the Uuthrle Dally
Loader. Jui.o 16 1897.
Notico for Publication.
Land Office at Guthrie O. T. June IS
Notice Is hereby t'lvon that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
Intention to ioak urml proof In suprx.rt
of his claim and that sakl proof win be
made bofore tho register and receiver at
Guthrie O.TonJul7 22 1697. viz-
William S. Crowdy lor the nw qr see
20 twp 15 r 1 e.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his coutlicou's residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Bed Itlcliardson Millard Iloberts
Alwapder Pritcbard and A bner Nolsou
all of Garden O. T.
4150 A N J Gncoa. Be'aister.
At Levy's Bee Hive for this week. See the display in our win-
dow. We are selling $10-all-wool Suits for S6.85 this week.
We are selling $12.50 and $15 Suits for $9.65 this week. Don't
confound these suits with the trash you read ahout in dry goods
store ads. The only thing cheap about these suits is the price.
Come and look at them.
jjJg gwsaa staa
ywa vr -. hi.i.ijf
Oklahoma Ave. and Firs
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 38, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 14, 1897, newspaper, July 14, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73977/m1/3/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.