The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 286, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 26, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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See GEORGE H DODSON for Abstracts Insurance and Farm Loans.
MAGNIFICENT SHOWING OP KMJOANT
ALWAYS THE HHST VALl'KS AT LOWEST I'lUCKS
It lakes many things to combine theso qualities
The Exclusive. The Unusual
Tie Beautiful and Tho Useful
m Are hero ready fur your inspection
you can got taste arul exqisile styles
WDR A P SA NnRRR
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2 TIIU LUADINS
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This is the way Lillic's Pills send malaria billioiisncs.8i.iHl
all diseases of the liver stomach and bowels out ol the system.
Try them. 10c a bottle at Lillie's Drug and Hook Store.
Get tho novre at l.illio's.
The best dnigs at Lillle'n.
The best cigars at Lillie's.
The best stationery at Lillie's
Fish globes all mzos at Whealcr's
If you have the grip try Lillie's anti-grip-
A county seat war Is on In Washita
Eastman Kodaks and supplies at
All the latest papers and periodicals
Watch tho papers for Dowoy day
Dewey day exorcises on tho govern
Use Leader want ads. Thoy work
while you sleep.
Photographs of all sizes and nil pric-
es at the Kllte studio.
Don't forget Dewey Day May 1 on
the government acre.
Help the Itanncr sohool children to
build up their library.
For rent Good 5 room bouse in best
part of the city. M. L. Wkbt.
Eastman Kay and l'eeo hodaks and
cameras at Wheeler's
For Kent Rooms f Ingle or In suite
Call at 403 catt Harrison.
John Cooper city marshal of Hen-
nessey is dead from heart disease.
Films plates printing paper and all
photographic supplies at Whcclor's.
Attend the summer term at the C.
C. II. C. becauso you can selucl your
Tho largest melon crop ovor put In
tho ground will go In this year in Ok-
lahoma. .lolin l!n.oks who livos iioar Hvans
vllle is in troublo over mortgao!
L Chrlson t Co. have painted mid
put up a flue now sign for Jim Fordo
A J. liauor &. Co. rold to the Model
roller mills a line new dollvory wagon
Don't fail to sec Manner school at
the opera house on Saturday evening
the 20th inst
A Norman barbor advertises that he
will fix your countenance for you"
and lets it go at that.
Capt and Mrs. 11. C. llamas have
Icatied tho cottage at tho corner of
Cleveland and Ash and will move in
Tipton has moved IiIb studio to Ho
west Oklahoma avonuo with Dough-
erty The now firm will bo tho Klito
The suit of Goorge Itoston against
Hewitt .t Duggor was filed in tho su
prome today on potitlou in error from
All persons desirous of enrolling for
tho special summer school of tho Cap
ital City lluslucss College should do so
this week If at all possible.
All grados of school work from the
third to the high school will bo taught
at the C. (J. It. C. during tho next ten
weeks. Tuition vorv reasonable.
W. W. I'alntor has sold hi Cleveland
avenue rusldeiiuo and bought the Voas
property on Noblo avenuo in West
Guthrie which he will occupy about
I'at Young was finod $10 yostorday
in police court fordrunkennoM. J. K.
Terry was fined 810 for bojng drunk
and disorderly. He appealed to tho
We make the best cabinet platino
photograph for 83 M per dozen. Host
grade polish photo 83 iu ppr dozon.
All work guaranteed. The ttllto stu-
dio 110 west oitlelioma avenue.
Itort Maine of th Now York eloth-
ing store is one of the mou artistic
window trlmmors in tho west llm
arrangements of tine nobby suiu and
gent's furnlshingd make attractive
The Riverside comotory association
ox usage rawneo county has tiled
articles of incorporation with Secre-
tary Jenkins. The trustoos are It. W.
Moore JaB. Klrkwood John Cooper
Kelson Carniean O. Towues and A. 11.
Those who have seen tho picture of
tho newly elected United States sena-
tor from Florida Hon. James 1'. Tall
nferro have remarked at the resem-
blance Mr. Ralph Scay bears to the
prominent statesman. Tbn senator Is
considered quite a good looking man
The W. C T. U. will hold a parlor
meeting Frldoy at Z p. m. with Mrs.
Gus Anderson 000 east Perkins ave.
A parliamentary drill will be among
the i things on the program. Kvery
body invited now members especially
I' M L. IUv IUint I'Ai.MKit.
George C Campbell who has been '
L A. DOUGLAS
llie only store in the city whoro t
combined with reasonable price. JJ
A X - IW A 4 1 1 f
.06 east Oklahoma ayenue ;
attending the Kansas City medical
college and graduated the llrst of this
month Is nt homo with his paronts
who reside 13 miles northwest of Guth-
rie The doctor is a young man of 23
yenis studious and industrious. He
will make his murk in the medical
The Shult Improvement company of
Denver has secured tho contract for
grading S!i mileB of road for the Kan-
sas Oklahoma Central & Southwest-
ern railroad which will make the
grade from Caney Kansas to Collins-
villc Cherokee nation. Mr. 11. K. Asp
the president of the rovl says the
company is working all the men and
teams it can get
At the Epworth Lraguo mite social
at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage
215 cast Noblu a musical and litorary
program will be given. Among the
good things provided will bo a vocal
solo by Miss Goodrich n tluto solo by
iMr btuart ilrlggs and an Instrument
al solo by Miss Cora Stevens. They
extend a cordial invitation to all.
Tho following teachers will bo
added to the regular corps of instruct
ors at the Capital City llusiness Col
lego on Monday May 1: Miss Alma
Carson as principal of tho normal
work with Mrs. Dell Mitchell Thos.
O. Morrow A. G. Dennis Miss Alice
Torry Miss May Johnson and Miss
bmiiy Armstrong as instructors.
Fidelity and casuullty accident in
suraneo company Now York tho lar
nest In tho world. Issues all kinds of
accident policies that pay weekly In-
demnity for any kind of accidents
happening at homo or on railroad. Al-
so policies that pay weekly indemnity
for sickness loss of limbs eyes etc.
Apply to T. J. Lowe Readies block.
I was reading an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy In tho Worcester Enter
prise recently which leads mo to write
tbis. I can truthfully say I never
used any remedy equal It for colic
and diarrhoea I liavo never had to
usa inoro than one or two doses to
cure the the worst ease with mysel'
or ma eiiiiuren. w. A. Stroud l'opo-
moko City Md. For sale by alt drug-
gists Tom Greenwood is making more
monoy thun anybody these days. This
Is the wuy ho docs it. Many thous-
and cattle havu been unloaded at
White Kaglo during tho past two
weeks and of tho number many have
been dead. Tom is chorged with tho
removal of the ciirpn.Kt.pR nml tnUon
the hldos for pay. In many cases the
iikio is worm b8 mtioli as the live ani-
mal so each train bears additional
Hawbucks to Tom's cash balance.
l'onca City Courior.
"A word to the wiso Is sufllclent-
and a word to the wiso should be suf
floient but you ask who are wise?
Those who know. The oft repeated
experience of trustworthy persons
may be taken for knowlcdgo. Mr W.
Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy gives better satisfaction than any
other on the market. Ho has been in
tho drug business at Elkton Ky. for
twelve years; has sold hundreds of
bottles of this remedy and nearly nil
other cough remedies manufactured
wicn snow scoiiclusivoly that Cham-
berlain's is tho most satisfactory to
tho puoplc and Is the best. For sale
by all druggists.
Tho work of the Great Mutual Life
Insuranoo Co. of Now York since Its
organization in 1613:
It hat paid to living members tta.lkT.WT 61
To toe bt-nrnclarlesof deceavrd
Total Ittld to members both llv
I us and dead r7JaVI0 0)
And non holds lor the norurltj
of its present racHi'wr 3T7.6l7.JSl
Paid to and Invested for Its
members T!rt6 At
'I' I lit I'ollohu of ltd Company
are twiiarhablu for tholr liberality
largo guaranteed values and entl9
absunoe of all technical tonus or
lloing praotloally Incontestable thoy
provide a legacy and not a lawsuit
Porsons desiring policies in this
company can soauro them of T. J
Lowe general agent for Oklahoma
Me.ttee llv ci Cinrh.
According to reports from Washing-
ton the fellows who aro Insisting that
Judge McAteo must retlro might as
well curb their irapctioii"o It is said
that tho appointment of J. It. Scott
who wantod McAtco'a place to tho
Porry land ofllco means that McAteo
has a clnoh on ho judgeship which
cannot be loosened
My wife used Chamberlain's Pain
Ralm for rheumatism with great rollof
and I can recommend it as a splendid
liniment for rheumatism and other
household use for which wo have
foupd It valuable. W. J. Cuyler Rod
Creek N. Y.
Mr Cuyler Is one of the leading mer-
chants of this village and one of the
most prominent roon In this vicinity
W. G. Phlppin proprietor Red
Creek Herald. For sale by all drug-
gists. To Crr u CtoltMti U .May
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists rofund tho money If it
fail to cure 25c Tho genuine Lis
L. It. Q. on each tablet.
Tiie Guthrie Jeweler
BREAD COFEEE. BUTTER
Clear as a crystal and
delightful in its invigorat-
ing and aromatic odor is
the coffee that comes tofl
yon in pound and two-
pound tin cans from the
famous tea and coffee
importers tL """" "5
Chase & Sanborn
of Boston its purity and
its strength being guaran-
teed by their seal. - "
Its supreme merit has
been proved and is ac-
knowledged by thousands
of the most fastidious
coffee consumers through-
out the land. Grocers
evervwherc cll it.
S T. FRANKLIN Solo AKont.
Fino Fancy Strawberries today.
S. T. FRANKLIN
Phone 66 HIGH-GRADE GROCERIES
Col. John Stono Is in Purcell.
S L. Johnson is over from Alva.
J. II. Lamb is hero from Topcka.
Gove Hagcr Is over from 151 Rono.
L. W. Kennedy is In Oklahoma City.
Dr. Sharp was down from Orlando
Ed Greer postmafter at Win field Is
In tho city.
M. S. HiniiiMi of the Kansas City
Paper Co. Is in tho city.
W. 0. Rowland of Oklahoma City Is
a guest at the Capitol hotel.
Governor Rarnes left yesterday for
Topcka. Ho will be back tonight.
L. A. Swartzell of St. Louis is the
guest of Henry Dcrwiu at the Capitol
Ed Morton was In Kdmond yester-
day selling green goods to tho mer-
chants. W. W. Spear and wlfo of Chicago
are tho guests of the latter's undo
Col. N. I) McGinloy
O. D. llalsell of the wholesalo gro-
cery company of Willianibon-HalsulK
Frasicr is up from Oklahoma City.
Miss Jean Thornborg of Waterloo
who has baen the guest of Judge and
Mrs! M. L Mock returned homo to-
day. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Van Peet of VI.
Washakc Wyoming are tho guests of
Untied States Marshal and Mrs.
Dr. J. G Hopkins who has boon vis-
iting his cousin Territorial Superin
tendent Hopkins left today for Lu-
ther whore he thinks of locating.
Mr. and Mrs. U C. Hubs aro entor-
talnlng Mrs. Guss' cousin H. C. Kep
nor of Monet Mo Mr. Kopner is a
conductor on the Frisco road. Ho
speaks well of Gutlirlo as a thriving
city and thinks it a delightful place
Tho Mutual Life Insuranco Co. of
New York tho largest lifo Insurance
company In tho world has moro
wealth than tho Hank of Kngland.has
paid out on endowments and otherpol
lelos to living policy holders over two
hundred and eighty-three millions
Inburo with it you simply protect your
family if you die. If you llvo you make
a good proiit on your luvoumcm and
your Insuranco don't cost you a cent.
T. J. Lowk General Agont for Okla-
homa. .strew .FuMm
Tho Times-Journal thinks it Is about
time that the merchants who rent or
occupy buildings for tho sale of mer-
chandise and who pay tho taxes
should be protected from the street
fakirs who crowd tho corners and ob-
struct tho host streets for the salo of
their wares. It bollovos that they
should be taxed so ho&vily that thoy
will be forced to entor housos and sell
their goods as the legitimate mer-
chants do and tho T.-J. is about right.
llor llolileih In l.linho.
Doc Holden the veterinary surgeon
languishes in tho county 1 all iu do
fault of ball for mortgaging curtain
horses that did not belong to him.
Tho mortgages were executed to J.
W. McXcal Rabcock the Vilas avo-
tiue blacksmith and W. II. Coyle.
His arrest was on an indictment
found by the late grand jury and tho
mortgages aggregate about seventy
Will tlJt ltatltr I'lniM I'ubUth
Wo have rord -he Rlble and in the
book of Leviticus SOth ohaptor and
ISth verse theso words "If a man lie
with his daughter tn-lr.w both of them
shall surely bo put to deth for they
have wrought confusion. Their blood
shall be upon them."
Rctter Class of Men of Color
(Signed) Isaiau Jonks
far Jlwtiirr Mtvot library.
Tho teachers and pupils of Runner
sclool will glvo au entertainment In
the opera house ou baturday evening
the i'Oth Inst See program later
FOB ALL THE LATEST
Belt Buckles. Skirt Supporters Hat Pins Collar Buckles
Don't 'IniHt our I'liuto to A;ciitn Ileal
direct Atltli tho Artldts
We will make to any ono sending us
a photo a Hfc-Bizo ollletto crayon or
pastel portrait free ol charge to iniro
duco our suporlor work. Kxnct like
ness highly artistic finish and prompt
return of small photo guarantee".
Send us your photo at onco.
303 Main st. Dallas Texas
Ci op Jtrjoi It
Tho rainfall of last week in Logan
county at reported by tho U. S
department of agriculture for the Ok-
lahoma section was from 3 to t inches.
Corn plantiug rotarded by tho rains
cherries in full bloom; alfalfa looks
well; potatoes coming up; vegetables
making slow growth; wheat corn and
oats have mado a good stand
Tho report gives most encouraging
crop accounts from every county in
the torrltory and from the Osage
Creek Cherokee and Chickasaw na
Pianos S15U and up; organs $30 and
up ; sowing machines S15 and up bi-
cycles $10 and up. Easy payments.
Sheet music latest and up to date.
R. II. K.NAU8S
101 Wost Harrison avo.
SHil to .Suit Vtmrlicu iin( ytctiirn
Tlckots on sale May 15 to 18 Indus
Ivo. Klnal limit July 15 lsua. Stop
over privileges in uach direction. You
may go ono way and return another
A. J Corkins ngent of the Santa 1'e
at Guthrie will cheerfully respond to
all inquiries for information
.ViiNolliil Jlnyi nt AnuirrrMiirieM
Will bo hold ill San Francisco this
year. For tho first time in tho history
of this organization these meetings
will bo held on tho Pacific coast. The
Santa Fo will sell ronnd trip tickets
May 15 to 18 Inclusive with limit of
July 15 for $00 Liboral stopovers
ponnitted. Pullman palace and tour-
ist sleepers and freo chair cars to Cal-
ifornia daily Call on A. J. Corkins
ogent Guthrlo for litoraturo and de-
tail!. Sacrificed to
Those who hnvo novor hnd Wood Pol.
son can not know what n Uospornto con-
dition it can produce. This torriblo
ilisesw whioh tho doctors aro totally
unable to euro is communicated from
on generation to anothor Initiating Us
taint upon oountloss innocent ones.
Some yearn ago wm inoculated with poison
.... l"J!?Co0 tnfeeted my bobe with blood
taiut the Utile one vaa
Hueijuai to the JtruUk'lf
and iu 111 wan yirlded
Up to the foarful poiwui.
For hIx long yMM i 8uf
fevil untold mlnery I
wa iviemi with Borpg
and ul- n fioui head to
foot an t no language
esnexprtw in) fit-lms
o( woe du.lnr tli.n lonn
yearn 1 bad the bent
lUudit'ai lr.ati-1. nt kv
omi nauiiiin kiicim (
slvel) treaud me but all
W 11LI IHirtW T1. .... ..
Snr7i.!"' ""'""h nmed b. add fuel to the
"Yr"" wnien andiourliiK llie I ys
MtlVtrit I.P lplu..lj .. U.. I.... .... . .(.-...1
core made lj It to try Swift u bpeclllo We
got two buttlen. and I felt hone a(?oln revive In
my tnant Uoi for health and hamilnem
Main I improved from tlt atart. and a com-
PJiS"t perfset sure wan the mult. 8.8.8.
li me only blood remedy which rnsahu dos-
peral iMe jibj. T. W. hxt.
Of the many blood romedios S. 6. 0.
IS till1 Olllv ill (4 wlillli Ann rnnnli ilon.
aeuted violent easi-s It never fulls to
cure nerb.tly una pTinunontly tho
most desiHTatp cases which nro beyond
the retieh of other romedios.
18 1'luuv vi'iPT4nr nnd l-i tlp nnlr
bliMHt remedy guaranteed to con ain no
tner. nry p( tah or other mineral
valuable books mailed free by Swift
BpeciUo Company Atlanta Georgia.
Womnn Arrested for Hunloi
Ualtlmor . Mo Aprtl . Tlio linn" u
which froi.t .furmwl on Ikhumiciiir iln:M
on Importnnt part In the iris of Mm
f'liinpiit1iie Heck-aid a handdomp woman
fur tho murder of her husband at Tovsoti
Ths nlflhl of th murtltr alio iopl out
of her pnrlor window In 1i?r night drew
nnd imrofootwl Plie told he pollr the
had fcen a negro inlt-r tholr " d mom
end whoot lin htibhaiul ljliiK btniU ln-r
Thr itollrtinan Who found llto I.imK told
Hit- lurv that Iho mm nan 1lng on hi
bark v. itli a bullet In (he right u-uii
and mthrr tn the rlgit nldo of Hie Jsw
No man could hsve Mood by thp dMr mid
shot llcikaul mil hi wMf Mrf Kit.k-
urd rokod lolinll In her rhnlr and
ImrHt out In Holm during the policeman's
nhiry Th.. woman nald til fifm -oilK-d
over the back nhed Thr wna o
heavy front 11ml mornlnj hut "The pollee
found no foot prints Official of he
wesl4ier bureau however tejrtlflnd that
i heaviest formation of front that par-
ticular whxlrt wim fthout two hour nfter
the murder was committed a potf-l up-
on which the defMiso stronfdy depends
Clnclnattl O April SS. The first two
orders of the noting commander Jn chief
of the Q. A. IU W. C. Johnson th
mnlor vice commander-in-chief hai uen
laued. The first one recites tlwi action of
the executive council In proviuinn that
the palace of the dead oommanderJn.chlof
Sexton should not be filled until the end
of his term but (hat the duties of the
offleo fJiould Ik? performed by the senior
vice JcommandeMn-ehlf : annoiincia
that his ofOce shall be at X!l l'iku build
ltif Cincinnati. The other ordir is the
annual one cpncvcnlnv the Memorial Da
May 90. TVie order calls attention to the
provision of the 30th nallon.il tncunptmni
WmU l'resident I.iinoln'B (illjaburK ad
dress bv mado a Xraturo of Momoriul l.i
everclseo and direcioiH tummnmlnrs oi
IKMts to have it read in connection with
the exerclsts of the day.
The acting commander 'n chief aayi :
"The year closing- with the next Mem-
orial Day has added new atrenth and
power to the nation and new glory to tko
Hag. Tiie worth and the fame.of the Ame.
liean soldier and sailor have been glor.
loualy advanced. The achievements of
'The Days Of The Sixties' still remain
and have tendered possible the glorious
victories won In the interest of liberty
The Vtiliurnia Limited.
Via Santt Ve Route; best and spoed-
icst trainti California; to Los Angoles
in 35f days Miree times a wook. Ob-
servation cat with spacious parlor for
ladies and chlldror 'saspeclalfoattiro.
U'inlrlil Cliuiilitii'iiiii .tmvinl'hj.
For tho above occasion wo will sell
round trip tickets to Winflold for one
fare for tho round trip. Tlckots on
sale Juno l'J to 2D. good to return up
to and Including July 1st law. Con
tinuous passage in each direction
A. J. CoitKJ.v
Agent Santa Fo Route.
vals with pains
in the head
hips nnd limbs.
Rut they need
These painonre symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The men-
strual function should operate
makes menstruation painless
nnd regular. It puts the deli-
cate menstrual organs in condi-
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops ;ill this pali..
Why will nny woman suffer
month nfter month when Wino
of C.irdui will relieve her? It
costs f r.oo at the drug store.
Why don't you get a bottle
Por advice in coses requiring
special directions nddress giv-
ing symptoms "The Ladies
Advisory Department" Tho
Chattanooga Medicin Co.
Mn. R0ZENA tEWIS
ot Ocnsvltls Tem ii(i
"I was troubled at monthl Intervals
with terrible paint In my head and back
but have been entirely relieved by Wins
First publiahed In Dally Leader April IV
"The undcrmgned will receive scaled pro
ik.K.iiB until iu o clock a. m Saturday April
5vih 1M for prlntlne bludlug and dell v. r
Ini; one thousand volumea of volume 7 Ok
Uhoina reairtn. Til work te lie done and
and the leports and plates delivered and
jiaul for as irilded In chanter TS. ntalutrs
.l kl ilomia. 18W Siieoincatlous will U-
turnlkhid iiriMpectivebldderaon application
to the clerk of the aupreine court The
right is reserved to reject anv or all lilcln
JNO II lll'UPORli. i
Chief Juntcle Suiireun-Court
TRANSFER AND COAL.
OJ?PIOH AND YARDS:
500 West Harrison Street.
. . . TELEPHONE 90
A. G C. RlKUKll
DALE & lJiliriER
EISA I If iliSfl i!IEL?JJIilSait
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ANUl I1VIN liriLUlM. OKLAHOMA AVI.
SPRING NOVELTIES IN GOOD JEWELRY.-;
POT CASH DID IT
GREATES3T FIND OF ALL!
New $22000 Bankrupt Stock of...
See Brooks the Bankrupt Fiend NOW.
Most wonderful bargains ever exhibited in
the territory. No cheap shoddy stuff hut'
all fine new and up-to-date novelties.
Elegant Serge Suits Beautiful all-Wool
Rllirs. Kinf Tmtnrrnrl
-. .iv iiviiv.u vvviOLUU. OUUS X 111C
Custom Made Shoes Ladies' Hand Turn
Shoes ALL AT HALF PRICE.
Four thousand pairs of Shoes at half?
$ J. SO Work Shoes for 75c.
Five thousand other bargains.
TXTTT Y 17 Santa Fa WatalUnspeotor ffl
8 ... THE JEWELER
X IT.is just received a line
V PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
8 ALL GOODS WARRANTED
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m fin Is nt Q
OFFICE BLINCO-O LUMBER
murmun uisnopA PHIS
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potency Lott Power Night Losnsf 81
n.Hnc.K CV Polroii Smlnnl Cniltft
omiitj iiflnacnounMtnM to Mnrry kosti o
or Constipation Stiipm QulcknoiH of DIs
vous Twltcfilng o( Cyullda. "- ' 1 1
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cm uui . . Ad&nsa
t i nut dm
For sale by J NWALL('K
1 AND MANHOO
J uri luiinti iuNirl.t Emii-ion---iud
wdKtiiiK ditiabCH all effects of. Bclf-
j uIjum? or extei8 and Indis-
V crction Aiiervolou'ruixl
lilotxl liuiltler. lirln ; the
jiink plow to jiale dice.: nml
re.tort'8 the tire of 3 out li.
Hy mailflOc per lox; (I boxes
for $t!.5(; with n writttm truiiriin-
too to euro or refund tlto monoy.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton &. Jackson Sts. CHICAGO ILL.
For bale by WALLAt'K .t MHI.r.KU.
DruRRlats. tltithrie. O T
AutM to Jlldtlrrt.
Sealed proposals will bo received at
the atUoe of the oity el or It until
Thursday April -'7 16HO at 7:30 p 111
for construction of ilapslono sidewalk
in front of tot 0 block sa citv of (iuth-
rle according to the provisions of or-
A nenee No. 3sS. Chas .1 Lai x
Turtles and Bugs
AAft-of-! Qitr. TT:.1
nil A AlCMIIC VIH
assortment of New Goods.
TO BE AS REPRESENTED.
(iiu.aiioma -in si:i.r.ti i
Meals must be satisfactory orj
traveling is unenjoyable The'
Santa Fe Route prides itself on
its system of llarvey dining' j I
rooms anu iimcn counters.'
There are none better. Break-
fast dinner and supper are
served at convenient intervals.!
Ample time given for all meals.
A. J. CORKINS Agont.
GRAVEL & TAR ROOFING
ltltrAIICI.NO A KIMtC'IAI.ll.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 286, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 26, 1899, newspaper, April 26, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74519/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.