The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 257, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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THE LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
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Grand Millinery Opening SU? ": I
COLOSSAL DISPLAY OF FULLY 500 TRIMMED HATS. J
We arc now ready with tbc finest collection of Fine. Millinery It has
evor been our trood fortune to have. You can find hero the latest I
Miy elegant and charming creations made
We Invite the public
" to Inspect this Immense array of Trimmed and Uutrlmmed Hats
u Parisian Styles besides ''e
) In our own workroom bv our artistic trimmers.
MRS. A. P. SAUNDERS
THE LEADING MILLINER.
U;'X:VuV;Vl!'?1ll. 106 EAST OKLAHOMA AVENUE
w " . .
IT'S JUST FATE
HOW HE FELL FROM GRACE A Now Lino For Arkansas.
f a m on-
ehfl i liesh unpply of the
Tills is (lie waa Lillies Pills send malaria billiousness Mid
all diseases of the liver stomach and bowels out oi the system.
Try them. 10c a bottle at Lillic's Drug and Book Store.
Clean up tho lawns.
Spring Is hero at last.
Oct tho news at Lillic's.
The best drugs at LUlio's.
The best cigars at LUlle's.
Kyes tCBtcd frco at LUlle's.
Let tho streets and alleys bo cleaned.
A small man may fill a largo house.
If you have the grip try LUlle's anti-
tfrlp. All the latCBt papers and periodicals
BRAND OF GOODS
VtllHJII HAVK NO IKjL'.VL.
ViniiH to pUnso with Hi.) host ootls
See first page
J. W. Weymouth
Don't fall to hear OcWitt Miller in
his latest lecture Monday night.
Wanted Oood whilo girl. Inquire
of 1'. Newman one door cast of post-
office. The last entertainment of tho lecture
course at the opera houso Monday
I will test your eyes and give you
glasses guarauted to suit. Dr. Ilalc
The Fair millinery opening will be
from soven to ten o'clock tonight and
Do you want a business education
free of cost? Sco the Leader's great
offer on tho first page.
Secretary Jcnklng issued a notarial
commission today to Louis D. Jolly of
Noble Cleveland county.
Seats reserved for DcWHt Miller's
lecture at Wallace's drug storo Satur
day morning at eight o'clock.
Sheriff Illncbart is back from Nor-
man where ho took George Davis an
insane subject from Iowa township.
Probate Judge Fostor issued a tnar-
rlago license to Ilobt. L. Wright 24
.and Clara Tuttlo 18 both of Fouts.
Don't Injuro your eyes by woarlug
glasses that do not suit you but call
and 30 me while at LUlle's. Dr.
T. A. Forde grocer and market not
withstanding tho trouble of mc-lug
will Issue the premium stamps juBt the
The remains of Chas. Carroll were
bui'ed In Summit View this afternoon.
Tho funeral was conducted by tho K.
of 1'. lodge.
The ladles cottage prayer meeting
will bo at Mrs. lJurke's Friday after-
noon the SHI) at 3 o'clock No. 520
John Dottitt Miller will lecture t
tho opera house Monday night March
27. Subject: "Is Undo Sam Sufficient
Tho woman who made an unsuccess-
ful marriage is generally tho most in-
dustrious in working up matches for
When a man whoJias worn a mus
tache a long time shaves it oft the
women take especial delight In toll-
ing him how ugly he (6.
There is no remedy equal to HcrJ
bine for the euro of constipation sick
headai e Indigestion vertigo loss of
memory uncortain appotito unrcstful
!ocp or skin eruptions. Ifyouwanf
u perfect tonic for tho liver llerblne
will uot disappoint you. F. II. Lilllo
To the public at largo Uotuoinbor
that tho Fair milllnory opening will
be at Its best tonight and tomorrow
night botweon the hours of seven aud
Guthrie grove No. 4 Woodmon Circle
will tnoof Woflnpnilftv nrnnlnir. March
SSd In tho Rhodes building over Mrs.
Saunders1 millincrv store. A full at
tendance is requested.
Mrs. A. P. Saudcrs' grand milllnory
opening Thursday threo days. Don't
forget to call and inspect tho boautl-
ful effects "Dreams of hats." Prem-
ium stamps in stock also.
An aftornoon luncheon will bo giv
en by tho ladles of tho Christian
church Thursday March 23 at tho
homo of Miss Delia Ilankins 831 west
Noble avenue. All tho ladles of the
city are cordially Invited.
Tho aspirant for the city attorney-
ship Hughes may have succeeded in
fool In it somo of the white voters and
Borne of tho colored voters some of the
time but can ho successfully fool all
the voters all tho time?
llAl.l-.utu s Ilorchound Syrup Is the
best known remedy for consumption
coughs colds and all throat and chest
troublca. Every bottle is guaranteed.
It is tho best remedy for children.
25 & BOc. F. 11. Lillio k Co.
Some of tho best Republicans in
tho city say that tho "Crawford" sys-
tem is a "snare and a delusion" that
tho recent nominations thereunder
aro not the work of Republicans and
Republicans aro under no obligations
to support that tickot.
Halijuiu's Snow Linimknt is the
most penetrating liniment In the
world. It cures pain and Inllamma-
tlon of nil kinds quicker than any
other remedy. Prlco 50c. Every bot-
tlo guaranteed. V. II. Llllto & Co.
At tho Royal hotol Samuel McKl-
hlnnoy Chandler; Charles P. Abbott
Paris Tonn.i Henry Jacobs T. R.
Clark Mercantile Cigar Lamb St.
Louis; V. J. Curran Springfield; J. II.
Larwell Oklahoma City; M. Frledborg
Arkansas City; II. S. Hardin St. Louis;
Mrs. II. Woodson Shawnee.
Tho ladies social clrclo of tho I'rtB
byterlan church will hold their annual
Easter fair on Wednesday March 30.
They will placo on sale aproup sun
bonnets boys' waists etc. Also n
dinner and supper. Watch for f u-re
The following cases worn disposed
of in tho district court today. Terri-
tory vs. James Seward and Lucius
Dumas pleaded guilty to tho charge
of a&sault and battery. Each was
fined 85 and costs. Torrltory vs. Jar-
vis and Wolf for shooting tiro arms.
Thoy pleaded guilty and wore each
fined 850 and costs.
Clyde Mattox nono of whom In Ok-
lahoma has a more unenvlablo noto-
riety is in tho city today II o is now
employed by a cattle man in tho Osage
country aud seems to bo living on up-
right honorable life. Ills mother to
to whom he owes his life and llborty
is now living In Pone City but was a
resident of Perrj In the early days.
This spring the regular semi-annual
oponlng of tho Fair well be hold on
Wednesday and Thursday March 33
and 23. The people of Uuthrlo and
surrounding country always look for-
ward with much pleasure to the mil-
llnory oponings and the display of
really flno and artistic hoadgoar for
tho gontlo sox of this popular houso
Tho Uuthrlo Aeolian Mundoliu Club
will be tlicro tu good tuuc with the
latest music Colored waiters in evon-
lng dress will serve all callors with
Ices and other delicacies
j Telephone 0. W SI f OffiflllLlill jl
3 rMMpiMMRlfMuB isl (MMIMIMi1MIMMh1u1.2 fMMM.Hl
Hon-ii Uuthrlo (llrlSltei Up tho Complex-
"It Isn't a bit of uso" walled tho
short girl to her friends. "Being
beautiful Is just like having the
measles if you aro billeted by fate to
be lovely a railroad smash-up couldn't
change your face into anything ugly
and If it's willed tho other way you
might as well sneczo at tho standplpe
and expect it to tumble into the lake
oi to wrestlo with jour bad fortune.
They say ono's diet bin more to do
with prcttiness than anything else.
Since I heard that a Spartan girl
coiuun t liavo been harder on herself.
I've shunned candy as though it were
tho forerunner of leprosy and as for
ipio and cake they would have to be
inirouuceu 10 me ii i met mem : 'men
today I went into a restaurant for
luncheon and there wcro two other
girls at the table. Ono was an yellow
as n sunflower her complexion was as
rough as a grater her nose red and
oyes Bcrcwed up. Ch she was a sight !
She was eating brown bread poached
eggs and milk. Tho other girl had a
face that looked like a complexion ad-
vertisement only it was real Roses
and peaches came to your mind when
you gazed ut her. And that trlrl
actually devoured lobster salad mlnco
pie sliced cucumbers and black coffee.
I quit right there. Come along with
ino and have tome Ico cream soda anu
a box of chocolates."
The Logan county grand jury was
excused yostcrday by Judgo llurford
until April 3 when it will resume its
Inquiry Into legislative boodling.
The police should keep a sharp look
out for somo mischievous party who
has boon wiring mall boxes shut so
tho people cannot poet letters in
thorn. This Is a serious offense and If
tho miscreant can bo captured he will
bo heavily fined and imprisoned. Yes-
torduy throo of tho boxes were so
wired that letters could not be put in
to them. The public should alto keep
a sharp lookout and inform on the culprit.
Thoro is a hotel in Oklahoma which
is well known among traveling men.
Ono of tho drummers who makes that
town told the story of the house. He
says that as soon as a new guest steps
up to the dosk the bedbugs perch
thcmsolvcs upon tho register and as
soon as his room is assigned he must
be a foot racer to beat them to it. Ho
also says the captain of all tho bugs
details the bugs to their particular
parts of tho house. Each bug is sup-
posed to attend to his section and no
Mr. J. M. Wallor of tho Star Bar.aar
Is back from Texas where ho went to
look for a business location and after
travoling pretty much over the state
and visiting tho various townB failed
to find a pluoo to suit him. On his
roturn trip ho visited Davis a town of
2000 situated on the Santa Fe 28
miles this side of Ardmorc and lilting
the outlook ho leased a building and
will ship his stock there. Mr. Wallor
does not leave Uuthrln bocausc it is
not a good city In which to live and
do buslnoss but bocausc ho cannot
1 carry tho general lines hero that he
can thoro. Ho will soil ovcrythlng
from a spool of thread to a cotton gin
and will soil to tho farmors on long
Do Not Put Off until tomorrow tm duty
tbat ought tu be done today If your blood
l Impure and vou feel weak and weary take
Hood h Sarsaparllla at once
Hoods Pills cure all liver ilia Mailed
for St cents by C I. Hood & i.'o .Lowell Man
JlltS SHOW TONIGHT.
At tho OiHirtt Ilouito lleut Colored Till-
out In tho Territory.
Tho all star combination minstrel
and eakc walk specialty composed of
the loading colored roclety of Uuthrie
Is blllod for tonight at the opera house.
Colored swelldom hare devoted a great
dual of time to make this their Initial
performance a success.both financially
Sections A It and C aro reserved for
tho white people. Seats aro on sale
at JohuJWallaci's drug store. Re-
served seats 50 cents; general admis-
sion 35 conts.
Phil Sours Is back from Perry.
A. L May left today for El Reno
Chas 11. Poraroy is In from Pawnee.
C. E. Shaffer of St. Louis is in the
Miss Heo Foley has returned to
O. C. Rowers Is hero from Paul's
T. II. Doyle and E. E Dcvoon are
down from Perry.
W. T. Phillips of the Guthrio Na-
tional bank is lick.
Tom Ilonnell is tho solicitor for tho
Guthrie steam laundry.
Mr. and Mrs. Tllford Allen Knob-
nostor Mo. are In tho dlty.
Clyde Orner has taken chargo of tho
shoe department In Tho Rush.
Major C. Itudtz Is In Oklahoma City
looking after insurance business.
Ed Morton did business with the
merchants of Edmond this afternoon.
I rami Oyr(ii(
Of tho Guthrie Cash Store millinery
department Tuesday and Wodnosday
March 28 and 20 At this ononlng thoro
will be displayed boyond doubt tho
most elegant lino of trimmed huts
ever shown in (iuttirlo. Expert trim-
mers havo been sent hero from the
largest trimming establishment in tho
West undor a guarantee that for stylo
and oxeollenco our hats produced by
theso expert milliners film 1 excel any-
thing in tho hat line In this territory.
A cordial invitation to overybody Is
heroby oxtonded to visit our new mil-
linery department on Tuesday and
Wednesday March 38 and 20. Guthrio
Cash Storo Milllnory Department 115
i'ouna tS'urrfn H'uiitnl
I will pay 18 1-8 conts each for young
grey and fox squlrrols for pets. Must
be largo enough to oat well. Will
tako all that come unlit further notice.
G. W. 8tkv
417 H. Springer n
The Aeolian mandolin olub will fur-
nish the music at the Fair millinery
opening to bo hold Wodnosday and
Thursday of this wook. Messrs. Geo.
and Joe Seudelbaoh the proprietors
are determined to mako their opening
this week n record-breaker and while
east purchased millinery the styles
and qualities never before shown in
this section of the uaunlry.
St Louis and 'San Francisco R. R.
Tho diroct through car routo to points
In southwest Missouri southern Kan-
sas Arkansas Indian Territory and
The most direct route to St. Loulb
nn.i tho east. Kansas City and the
northwest. Double dally vestlbulcd
trains. Frco reclining chair cars; ob-
servation and drawing room sleepers;
Hltvey dining halls. Ask tho nearest
ticket age'nt of the Frisco line for full
particulars or walto B. F Dunn
T. P. &. b A. uuiauoma uity u. t.
BllYAN S.VYDKH G. P. A. St. Louis.
Don't lltad Tit 1 1.
Come ye lads and lassies come;
Leave behind your chewing Kura
Grab your hat and make a run
I"or Christian Endeavorcrs are "to hum."
On 1'rlday efenlnc of this week
We'll have a concert so to speak.
You will have to run to get a seat
Or you win get completely beat.
We'll have a program understand
That ne.cr was beat In this fair land
of solos trios quartettes grand
As rendered by our royal band.
With Kcv. and Mrs. Miles we meet
Corner of Vine and Noble street;
So fol'ow the scud of hurrying feet
And with a dime the cashier greet.
Duet Pearl and Anna Hutchinson.
Solo Mrs. Ramsay.
Trio Messrs. Lehm Rrlggs and
Solo MIrs Kimball.
Recitation Mauriol Hopkins.
Piano solo Miss Jessie McPhcrson.
Solo Miss Goodrich.
Recitation Clyde Reynolds.
Solo Mrs. Cottcral.
Solo Miss Whltbeck.
I'nwncc Dlepntcli Tells About mi Alleced
Pawnee March 2S. Tho Dispatch of
currant l&suc has this :
It Is with regret that wo chronicle
tho above concerning the councilman
from tnlB district A. J. iilddison re-
gret that he did not follow out tho
course he pursued at the beginning of
tho assembly and lor which tho Dis-
patch was willing to stand by him and
applaud every act of his which was
made in tho Interest of His district; re-
gret that he should go astray and use
his time at such n loss to his people.
Mr. Itiddlson had tho no nor to accom
plish much good not only for his dls
trlct but for Oklahoma at larpi. lie
choso to do otherwise and hence the
assertion "Ho fell fron grace." It has
been conceded rcgardioss of party
that he played false on the Indian
reservation tax bill which ror. Paw
nee county of 820oiK). Canadian county
of SJ1.000 and Noble county of S17.00O.
Ho made a whitewashed fight against
tho bill and those in a position to
know claim that this was tho plan
drawn for him by thoso who controlled
his movements Ho utterly refused to
confer with the delegation of citizens
sent from here but notwithstanding
this tho committee went to work itnd
secured the necessary number of votes
to defeat the bill provided Mr Hid
dlson would support some minor meas-
ures Introduced by the members
secured by tho committee. This he
refused to do Baying: "Let them go
to h 1; I can manago the thing with-
out their help." Hut when tho vote
was put it was found that he had not
secured a single vote ngalnst the bill
only threo voting against it. During
tho last days of the session thoro wcro
at least fifty citizens from Pawnee and
Noble counties at Guthrio working
against the bill and It was their unan-
imous opinion that the bill was lobbied
through by tho use of money. Whether
Iilddison Rot any of this fund may
never be known but ho will always be
held responsible for the defeat of the
tax bill now much In contrnst with
his work was that of Mr. Thomas who
labored faithfully forhis district fight
ing and exposing thoboodlcrB at every
opportunity and showing his constitu-
ents that ho is a man to be trusted.
The Choctaw Oklahoma JL Uulf
railroad oompany has awarded cur
tracts for the construction of one hun
drcd and sixty-four miles of railroad
through ono of the best agricultural
sections of the magnificent stato of
Arkansas Work has already com
menced ond tho line will doubtless bo
In operation by October 1st 1809
Tho location of tho lino will be ts
ucginntng at uowe i. rr. tne p
A. II. Imbodon representing Hemis
llros. Hag Co. of St. Louis is In tho
Ed Whitoly is connected with Eison-
sehmidt & Wookcl tho popular shoo
Hon. A II. Classon of the United
States land ofllco at Oklahoma City
returned home today.
Frank Dolcater was In Edmond to-
day In tho interest of tho Anhcuscr
llusch browing company.
Judgo E. N. Yates United StatcB
commissioner of tho Osage reservation
is In tho city on private business.
Mrs. John Hlxon left last night for
Paris Tex. to join hor husband who
Is tho manager of tho stock yards at
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sehcmmorhorn
arrived in tho cUy .today from Arkans-
as City and vylll make their home with
tholr daughter Miss Llzule.
Miss Gertie Newman the retty
book kecpor or tho Famous wo.it to
Guthrio Sunday to visit her mother
who is quito ill Perry Domoorat-
Patrlot. At the Capitol hotol J. 0. Walls
Norman; S. A. Itaylcs Galveston; J. U.
McCarthy Downs; E. L. Dean Kan-
sas City; M. L. .orohor Topekai F L.
Schellcnbargor Kansas City; A. J.
Itiddlson Pawnee; Geo. W. Rully
toiler unit Fatter T.nu ISrer.
The Callfr-nH Limited Santa Fo
Route soild between Chicago and Los
Angeles- Time U'ii days. Ijlcctric
ighted. Three times a week.
St. Louis and San Francisco railroad
Take tho most popular route to St
Louis and all points cast Kansas City
and all points north and west.
Sunta Fo trains mako closo connec-
tions at Oklahoma City and Wichita
for all points on the Frisco line.
St Louis and Kansas City mall and
oxprcss leaves Oklahoma City at 0:15
every morning; leaves St. Louis at 8:10
every evening and arrives at Oklahoma
City at 8:20 the following evening.
Through refining; chair cars with
out chango. Pullmain palace Bloopers
from Alonett to St. IjOuis and Kansas
City. You can secure berths before
Further Information will bo cheer
fully given by the nearest agont or
II. F. Dujj.v T. F. and P. A
IlYHON S.NYDKlt G. P. A.
St. Louis Mo.
The California Limited.
Via Santc Fo Route; best and speed-
iest tralntl California; to Los Angolcs
in 2K days Mircc times a week. Ob-
servation cat with spacious parlor for
ladles and children is a special foaturo.
Pianos 8150 and up; organs 830 and
up ; sewing machines SIS and up ; bi-
cycles S10 and up. Easy payments.
Sheet music latest and up to date.
E. II. Kkauss
104 West Harrison avo.
Oklahoma 1 a tetter.
The Leader has a few copies oi tho
Oklahoma Stato Qaaottor by G. W.
MoMUlen for sale at 81.50 each. Call
at tho business ofllco and get ono while
A Mlle-a-Minute Hhare.
On the California llmltfad Santa Fe
Routo; there is a barber shop In the
buffet htnoklntf can" entire train elee
trio lighted; through In 2Jf days Chi
cage to Los Angeles.
0ArER THE TEIliUTOKY
Tho court houso block at Chandler
is being sodded with Bermuda grass.
TJ- L Pancoast has been nominated
for mayor by the Republicans of Perry.
Mrs Jack Rauch wise of Mr. Rauch
the elevator man at Klldarc died last
Francis Lee an Indian has written
to Major Woodson for money to build
a house. He say6: "I want a house to
live In for I havo been sick and it
hurts me to llvo in a smoky tepco and
sleep on the floor."
GcorcoW. Jackson tho man who
was a terror to tho citizens of tho vi
cinltv in the early settlement of this
country and later of Weathorford
robbed a woman in C Ickasha and
was sent to tho pcnitentl ry for two
Chlckasha Gazette: Wcs Osman.who
fell from u train a few miles north of
town several months ago at which
tlmo his arm was badly crushed and
he sustained other injuries was on tho
street today having fully recovered.
Ho loft on the afternoon train for his
homo in Missouri.
Just us wo go to press F. A. Boyd of
tho Southwestern Cotton Seed Oil Co
informs us that tbc oil mill at Stroud
is an assured fact and that tho engi-
neer of the railway company will be
here tho early part of the week to lay
Bwltches and sidetracks for tho mill.
a Jesse G. Dunn of Alva is up against
a short grass proposition. L. T. Wil-
son has brought suit to oust him from
the office of county attorney. Wilson
says ho would now b in tho office had
the judges of the election not failed
to count 100 voter for him which got
lost somewhere In tho shuffle.
Constablo Kirk complains because
ho has no ofllco work to do and Jus-
tice Ellison offers fifty cents to the
first couple who will get married by
him aad he will not charge anything
to marry them Now boys is your
time for you know you want to marry.
Acton news correspondence in Mul-
Alva Review: Tho llttlo towH of Vir-
gil will henceforth bo known by the
name of Capron. tho new namo at-
taching on tho first of next month.
W. G McOluro. who owns tho tract of
land adjoining has had tho samo sur-
veyed into town lota and recorded tho
plat of aam last Friday and Mr.
MeU of Kiowa has oponed a lumber
yard at Capron.
Three Times a- iree
The California Limited via Santa Fo
Route; finer and faster than evor.
fdrfnt Thin Season.
Barber shop and ladles observation
car on tho California Limited via San-
ta Fo Route; service finer than ever
cnt eastern terminns of the road .w J
running oast to Munroc entering r
kansas at a point near Hartford w. ne
large deposits of coal nave been f . I
nnd where mines will be opcr il
thence to Mansfield where count t n
will bo made with the St. Lonia if ail
Francisco railroad; thence to I h i
Boonville Magazine Marvinv ile
Danville Ola Casa Houston and
Esau and thence on the south side of
tho river to Llttlo Rook where con-
nection will bo made with the Choi taw
i Memphis (formerly tho Little Ruck
& Memphis railroad but which will
now become a part of the Choctaw
system) theroby putting under ono
management a great east anil west
lino of railway oxtending from tho
Mississippi river to Wcatberford flit
a distance of nearly six hundred mile
and passing through the stale of Ar
kansas the Indian Territory and pen
etratlng into Oklahoma Territory for
ono hundred aud thirty miles.
Tho now line passes through tho
following counllosln Arkansas
Scott 1 ' f J5
Logan ao ; 8 1
Yell 18 on
Perry r Mi
Pulaski I . )
Total 104 2tn
And will causo tho establishment cf
several trood tradluc points and a fow
largo and important towns duo notices
of which will be given later.
Tho new lino will control the traffic
of tho Petit Jean and La Fourche la
Favo river valleys tho most produc
tive valleys of tho state of Arkansas
producing this year over ".0000 balca
of cotton and thousands of bushels of
com and other farm products. Lard
can bo bought cheaply thereby offer
Ing excellent opportunities for enter-
prising farmers to procure homes in a
woll settled country where good
schools and churches are already
established. Tho mountu.a rangce
dividing the valleys are covered vUr
magnificent forests of inst excellent
yellow pine and tho lower ridges and.
slopes aro covered with largo quanti-
ties of whlto oak hickory ash and
other varieties of excellent hardwood
timber. It is therefore certain that
the lumber Industry will bo carried on
extensively Tho western portion of
tho line in tbo Indian Territory and
Oklahoma Is roW furnishing a market
for 3000000 feet of plno lumber per
month which is coming from Texas
Louisiana aud Southern Arkansas but
which can all be furnished from mills
on tho new portion of tiie road in ad
dition to which new markets will bo
mado in Oklahoma and Kansas via tho
different lines of railway crossing tho
Choctaw as follows :
Kansas City Pittsburg & Gulf rail-
road via Howo Junction 1. T.
St. Louis & San Francisco railroad
via Mansfield and Wlstcr Junction.
Missouri Kansas & Texas railway
via South McAlcstor I. T.
Atchison Topeka &. Santa Fo rail-
way via Oklahoma City Okla.
Chicago Rock Island A Pacific rail-
way via El Reno Okla.
II. Wood J. F. Hoi.dkn
General Managor. Traffic Manager
South McAlester. I. T.
Olienlnu of the Orescent Hotel Jlureki
On February 23 J. C. Plank will
formally opon tho Crescent hotol for
the season of 1S00. A cordial invita-
tion is oxtondod to tho general pabllc
to attend Special rates will bo made
for tho occasion. For further Inform-
ation call on or address the nearest
Frisco agont or It. F. Dunn. T. V and.
A. Oklahoma City Ok.
O. P. A. St. Louis Mo.
.Ire 1'uii llolnij to California?
Tho Callforn' . limited Hanta Fo
Route gives t..d best and speediest
sorvlee; only 2) days to Los Angeles.
I'lrst published in the Dally Leader March
To whom It may concern
Notice is here Riven that Ya. Itltter
busch has this day aled his petit wo to sell
at retail fcitirltuous vinous aud malt
liquors in (luthrie Logan county Oklaho-
ma and that unless uujectiou be Bled on
or beiore the 5th day al April A V lxw said
petition will be granted.
Qutbric. Okla. March
It. V. MOHTON County llerk
Ftrjt Published in Outhrii- Dally Lead erf
March in lhW.
To Wlom it May Conoern.
Notice Is nereV given that J C Sargent
has this day tiled nU petition IcmII at re
tall spirituous vinous jnl malt liquors lit
Uuth ' Logan counts Oklahoma and ttiac
tinleh .jblecllou be tiled oi. or befoi . tne MU
day of April A. D ' said ih-iii.oii will be
granted B V MKKTON
Guthrie OKla . March l 1 foamy VW
NO FAKE PRICES.
A REDUCTION SALE AT PRICES
THAT ARE REDUCED.
GREAT CUT PRICE SALE AT
THE LARGEST AND MOST PROGRESSIVE
STORE IN THE CITY.
ENVIED BY ALL. COPIED BY MANY.
BUT EQUALED BY NONE
Read carefully every 'word of this as they are facts and are easily Kubst.mtiaU'd. We are placing on the market $25000 vortll of Dry Goods Clothinp Boot and Shoes Furnishing Goods Hats Caps Irunke and Valises
at prices that are lower than is possible for any other house in this city to equal. The stock is first i-l.vss. Boupht new from the largest and beat business houses in the country. The secret as to how we are enabled
to undersell all competition lies in the fact that we are the heaviest cash buyer in the territory and we have bought these goods that are arriving da.ily with a view of forcing them on the market by cuttiug the price
on nice clean new goods to a less figure than others are nskiag 'or bankrupt stocks damaged goods and closing out stocks.
Aiioskesg Bp.on check ginghams all size chocks all odors sale price .0K
A gtOd 'jubleached muslin worth 5 conts sale price 03e
i!500 amoskoag checks In retnnout lengths 4 to 10 yds ploeo reduced to 0c
SPLCIAL We will pluoo on aalo each day during this sale between
lu" iiouroui iu nimii a. m jouo yarus oi prints ana remnant prints
in lengths from yd to 80 yds worth 5c sale prlco
Favorita fancies ond Belmonts fast colors worth Oe tale price
Royal Indigo blue fast colors worth 7 cents salo price
A superb collection of wash dress goods inoludlng the LTollo du Nord
and A. F. ginghams corded madras and London plquos In plain and
fancy colors worth 35 conts per yd salo price
30-lnch whlto Victoria lawns suitable for aprons aud dresson worth
1 2 H cents sale price .
LADIES CAPES AND JACKETS.
About 25 garments left which we will oloso out at 5 conts on tho dol-
lar of the regular value ranging in price from 86 to 915 will be clos-
ed from 9S cents to 80.15.
One lot odds and cuds cloaks to closo out at -... -
Melt's Shoos laoe or congross SI. 50 value salo price 08c
Men's snoea lace or congress regular price S3 sale prfce 8 1 18
Men's shoes sold everywhere for S3. 50 salo price cut to
Men's shoes latest toes and snades sold regularly for 83. 50 salo prlco
Ladies shoe lace or button late stylos regular value 8175 sale price
Ladies fine dress shoes regular 89 50 value ealo price - .
Ladles S3 83 50 and 41 values tho best in tho market salo price cut to
A large assortment of ladies shoes assorted sUed and widths laco or
button regular 81 values sale prlco cut to
Mitsos shoes 81.75 value cut to - -..
Misses shoes 81.86 value cut to -
Children's shoos 81.50 value out to .
Children's shoes 91 value cut to .... . .
Ladies rubbers good per pair . -
Ladios rubbers better par pair -
Dents Caudco rubbers sale prlco
Men's heavy well made SO suits sale prioe cut to
Men's casslmer and cheviot suits regular 87.50 values salo prico.
Men's fine worsted neatly made suits worth $10 sale prleo cut to
Children's fency vest suits with fanoy colorod ooliars and vests SI value
Children's fancy two-piece suits sold from St.M to 83 sale price cut to
Children's neat two-piece suits out to
Knee pants 25 cent values cut to
Knee pants 50 cent values cut to
Men's heavy ulster overcoats cut to . -. - -
Fine Kersey ond Beaver sack overcoats sold usually for from Slu to 818
Heavy tleeced underwear 75 cent values now -
Heavy Random fleeced 50 cent values njw
neovy all wool Switz condo SI value now
Men's suspenders sale price now --
Men's blanket lined duck coats sole price
Men's Work shirts cnt to
Remember the place Be sure and come. We are here to
stay. "We have won our plac 'through merit and propose to
keep it by underselling any house in the city.
TLJCXI "MC 103 Oklahoma Avenue
I nt KS T VlVINl I0UI
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 257, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1899, newspaper, March 22, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74489/m1/4/: accessed March 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.