The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 292, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 3, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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See GEORGE H. DODSON for Abstracts Insurance and Farm Loans.
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POT CASH DID IT
MiVliMI n UNlMllinviflit il l.l.r.tm t i
AtAVAYS THIS REST VALl'ES AT LOWEST T'KICES.
It take many things to combine these qualities
The Exclusive. The Unusual
Tne Beautiful unci
Are hero roady far your inspection Tlio only storo in the city vrlioro
you can get taste and exqlslte stylos comblncil with rcaeoaablc prices.
MRS. A. P. SAUNDERS
TUB LKADIN3 MILLINBR
ur.v.rv.vx.p.J. toe east Oklahoma aybnue.
This is the way Lillie's Pills scud malaria billiousness and
all diseases of the liver stomach and bowels out ot the system.
Try them. 10c a bottle at Lillie's Drug and Book Store.
Qet tho news at Lillie's.
The host drugs at LUHe's.
The host cigars at Lillie's.
Tho host stationery at Llllio's
Fish globes all sizes at Whcoler's
If you have tho grip try Llllio's ant.-
Krip All tho latest papers and periodical
I'mbrellns recovered anil repaired
If you use Lillie's nills vou won't
have tho grip.
UmbrollaB recovered at Ramsay's on
It is now considered bad form
ladies to wear hats in church.
J J. Houston wife and son loft
today for (laruett Ivans. on a visit.
Ilring your old umbrellas and havj
them recovered and rcpalrod at Ram
The coal oil Inspection wrangle will
likely reach tho United States su-
Special convocation of A. P. & A.
M tonight at 7:30 sharp l'lcasc at
tend; that means you.
Reserved seat tickets for tho Mans
entertainment Saturday night will be
on sale at tho usual place.
Tho First Christian church of Mar-
shal Logan county filed articles of
incorporation with Sccrotary Jon-
Judgo OlBtnith makes a call for all
members of tho Quthrlo gun club to
attend a meeting to bo held at nls
Woodmen Clrclo will uold a mooting
at their hall on Oklahoma avonue
tonight at 8 o'clock. All members are
requested to bo present.
Tho cottago prayor mooting will bo
held at Mrs .tonkins' Friday after-
noon at 3 o'clock numbor 311 North
liroad. A report of the jail work will
also bo glvon.
There will bo a called mooting of
Hartranft Relief Corps No. 93 May
1th at 3 p. in. Itusinoss of groat im-
portance all members be present.
Fanmk Ci Aim. president.
Attorney General Cunningham loft
this morning for St. Loum Chic go
and Hammond Ind. wuoro ho will
take depoiitlons in tho Ewlug vs-Waters-l'lerco
oil company case
Tho ladles of tho social union of
the M. E. church are giving a tea this
afternoon at tho resluonco of Mr. and
Mrs J. V. Drown cornor First aud
Warner. It Is being woll putroni.ed.
l'lanos 8150 and up; organs. 30 and
up ; sewing machines Sift and up j bi-
cycles 810 and up. Easy paymonts.
Hhect music latest and up to date.
E. II. IC.VAUSt.
104 West Harrison avc.
The board of regents of tho Langs-
ton university aro in session today at
tho university for tho purposo of se-
lecting sites for tho dormitory and
mechanical buildings to W.000 which
was appropriated by the legislature.
Tho board will ineot In Uuthrto to-
morrow to soloctan architect for plans
and for the election ot toachoro for
the ensuing year.
Notk-i Is horoby given that on tho
Soth day of May 1MJ0 at tho hour of
two p. the annual meeting ot tho
stockholders of tho Ardmoro Ico Co.
will K held at tho otlleo of Paul
3 undt secretary of said corporation
a the city of tluthrie county of Lo-
gan territory of Oklahoma for tho
purpose of electing directors for tho
ensuing year and transacting suuh
business as may be legally presented
before tho meeting Ily order of tho
president lAur. Ji'MT Sec
This space in (ho properly
J. A. F0RDE
Grocer and Butcher
Grocery Store 1st door west Guthrie National Bask.
Batcher Shop 1st door north Guthrie National Bank.
jssm. TELEPHONE No.
. A. DOUGLAS The Guthrie Jeweler
Chas. Tllghman left yesterday for
Kansas City whore he takes a position
in the superlntendcnt'B'ofllco of tho
Wells Fargo express company. Mr.
Tllghman commenced with tho ex-
press company in this city about 18
months ago as lrivor of the dollvery
wncron. Ills promotion Is deserved
for he is certainly a most faithful and
energetic young man.
Many old soldiers now feel tho effects
of tho hard service they endured dur-
lug tho war. Mr George S. Anderson
of Kossvllle York county Pa. who
saw the hardest kind of service at tho
front is now frequently troubled with
rheumatism. " 1 hod a severe attack
lately" he says "and procured a bottlo
of Ohamborlain's Pain Halm It did so
much good that I would like to know
what you would charge mo for one
dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson wanted
It both for his own use and to supply
it to his friends and nclgbbors as
cvory family should have a bottit. of it
in their home not only for rheuma-
tism but lame back sprains swell'
ings cuts bruises and burns for which
it is unequaled. For sale by all drug-
gists WANTS A PARDON.
lului ninorpliciiil Working In tho IntcrcM
of Aro Columuu
Rev. John Moorohcad of Baldwin.
Kansas ex-chaplain of the Kansas
penitentiary is in tho city to see
Governor Itarnes in the interest of
Aeo Coleman who is servinir a five year
sentence for a sharp land transaction
of which his friends declare him inno-
cent. Coleman was sent up from
Newkirk and has served three years
of his term.
Major Paul Jundt h In Ard.nore.
A. O. Farnuhaarson is back from
Mrs. II. N. Leonard returned to
Oklahoma City today.
Port Ramsour returned last night
from a mouth s vacation.
J. C. Letcher of Chicago represent-
ing Gold Dust Is a guest at tho Capi-
Mrs. R. W. Ramsay and Mrs. G. A.
Hughes loft ou the noon train for Ed-
tiiond to attend a recital given by Miss
Tolla Turner of tho Edmond normal.
Mrs. Ramsay will participate in the
recital by rendering one ot her charm
I had a little boy who was nearly
doad from an attack of whooping
cough. My neighbors recommended
Chainberialn'u Cough Remedy. I did
not think that any medicine would
heln him. but after giving him a few
doses of that remedy I noticed an im
provemont and one bottle cured him
entirely. It Is the best cough medicine
I ever had in the houso J. L Moon:
South llurgettstown Pa. For sale by
Xatiomil lluf l .Oiiii'riii-lf.
Will be held in San Francisco this
voar. For tho first time in tho history
of this organization those meetings
will bo held on the Pacific coast. The
Santa Fe will sell round tiip tlckeU
May 15 to 18 Inclusive with limit of
July 15 for SCO Llboral stopovers
permitted. Pullman palaco and tour-
ist sleepers and free chair cars to Cal-
ifornia dtily Gallon A. J. Corklns
agent Uuthrlo for literature and de-
tail. I have btieu a sulTercr from chronic
diarrhoea ever nlnao the war and have
used all klndB of medioines for it. At
last I found one remedy that has been
a success as a cure aud that is Cham-
berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. P. E Grisham Gaar's Mills
La For sale by all druggists.
9 The Very Best
We keep the
best qf cvori-Ultng.
WE STODY TO
S. T. FRANKLIN
AVrnri t .
tulilcnl; II.I' Mir.
Tho ninth i onvr i!iun of tho Inter-
national Suu''jy School Aes-Matlon
clohed a wcok's session Saturday at
Atlanta Oa. and in electing ollicers
and committeemen Fred L. Wenner
secretary to Governor Harnett was
elected vice president of tho associa
tion and G. K. Morrow president of
the agricultural ami mechanical col-
lege was elected as a member of the
executivo committee. Denver was
was delected as tho placo for holding
tho next convention which will be in
1002. A memorial was adopted in
memory of tho late Rev. J. E. Piatt
who had been a member of tho execu
tive commlttco for six years. To Rev.
l'latt and Mr. Wenner is due the ci ed-
it for the organization of the bunday
School association in Oklahoma.
Wlrliltii Una Another lillin of Ilia Un
Charles Lowrey of Guthrio fell a
victim to tho tobacco trust Saturday
night lie was tho eighth person in
Wichita to lose his situation by reason
of the completion of the tobacco trust.
Tho loss to Wichita already through
the cutting oil of salaries lsS)3ooo a
year tho loss to its hotels is S3.000 the
loss by reason of tho advance in to-
bacco is $35000 making a total in
these three items of SJ 0000 a year.
That is more than tho cost of the po-
lice and fire departments combined
and yet the pcoplo do not fully realize
the evil of the tru6t outrage lleacon.
.Vaflomtf Jlnjiffjt 'liuilrrrxurj Aim frit 11
cld) Jfny Mr IH'JU.
For the above occasion wo will soil
tlckctB to San Francisco at one furo
for the round trip. Tickets on sale
May lfith to 18th with final return
limit of July 15th 1809.
Via Shasta route between Portland
and Sap Francisco in ono direction
S12.50 bot.li directions $20 additional;
via Oregon Railway and Navigation
Company's s'eumers between same
points ono direction Including moals
and borth S12 50; both directions in-
cluding meals and borth fe20 addi-
tional Stopovers will bo granted on tho
going trip at any point in trans-continental
territory provided passengors
reach San Francisco not later than
May 2 th. On the return trip stop-
overs will be allowed at any polut In
California or Oregon 1 at all points on
Santa Fe Pacific; at all points on tho
Oregon Railway and Navigation Com
pany; at all points wcs. of Ht. Paul
Minn; via Ogden at all points west of
Colorado common points and Chey-
For further information call on or
address A .1. Coiikivs
Agent Santa Fe Route.
.InniKif Mrtttny neutral .Uix-mM t'um-
lerlnnil l'irlytrrliin Vhureh JJenvtr
Colorado May JH-ilii J.SU'J.
For the above occasion wo will Bell
round trip tlckctB to Denver Colorado
Springs and Pueblo at ono lowest
standard flrstclass fare plus S3- Tick-
ets will be on ualo May in and 17.
Continuous passage in both directions.
Return passage must bu commenced
not earlier than May 2(1 and not later
than June 15 1800. Tlckots will bo
executed for return passage at desti-
nation or at either of tho other Colo-
rado common points en routo
In addition to the above reducod
rates otone standard flrstcla&s faro for
the round trip will be mado from Den-
ver Colorado Springs and Pueblo to
Colorado state points and roturn.
Tickets will be on sale May 20 a -id 37
1SQ9 with final return limit twenty
days from date of sale
For further Information apply or
writo A. J. Cohkinh
Agent Sauta Fe Route Guthrie O. T.
Don't Tr.nt your 1'lioton In tgoiitH
Direct With )lu Arllt
We will make to any ouo Bonding us
a photo a llfc-sio olllette crayon or
pastol portrait free of charge to intro-
duce our superior work. Exact like-
ness highly artistic finish and prompt
roturn of small photo guaranteed
Send us your photo at once.
203 Main st. Dallas Texas.
oir Jt&tr for Jtaitlt.
And others tianta Fo w)ll soil tick
ots to San Francisco and roturn for
SCO. Limited tor return to July IB
1J99. Pullman slcopors palaco and
tourist and free chair oars to Califor-
nia daily A. J Corklns agent Guth-
rie has illustrated descriptive litera-
ture of points of luterest en routo.
Xotlce fo ll'uli-r Consumer.
All persons using water from tho
elty waterworks must comply strictly
with the ordinance bj) to tho timo of
using tho same for sprinkling lawns
which Is between tho hours ot six and
eight n. m. II. O. Haiwky
itrs. Hindi Sot iMiKtu t e
Editch Lkaiikh Mrs. Wlnoh u not
In destitute circumstances as reported
by Taxpayer " in yesterday's puper-
She Is being taken care ot by her son.
- HV want your
j tnuk and wilt
I pleaw yon.
- GRADE GROCERIES
CATAHKIL OF THE ST031ACH.
A I'lPiiHiuil Mliipli'. tint Sufi' mill ClTcrtuliI
Cure for II
Catarrh of the stomach has long
been considered the next thing to in
curable. Tho usual symptoms are a
full or bloated sensation after eating
accompanied with sour or watery ris-
ings a formation of gases causing a
pressure on the heart and lungs and
dltllcult breathing; headaches fickle
appotlte uorvousness and 11 gonoral
played out. languid feeling.
'there is often a foul tasto in tho
mouth coated tonguo and if tho in-
terior of tho stomach could be scon it
would show a slimy inllamcd condi-
tion. The cure for this common and ob-
stlnato trouble is found in a troatraont
which causos the food to be readily
thoroughly digested beforo it has time
to ferment and irritate the delicate
mucous surfaces of the stomach. To
t ecuro prompt and healthy digostion
is tho ono necessary thing to do and
when normal digestlsn Is secured the
catarrhal condition will have disap-
peared. According to Dr Harlanson the
safest and best trentmont is to take
after each meal a tablet composed ot
Diastase Aseptic Pepsin a little Nux
Golden Seal and fruit acids. These
tablets can now bo found at all drug
stores under the name of Stuart's Dys-
pepsia Tablets and not being a patent
medicine can bo used with perfect
safety and ussuranco that healthy
appetite will follow tholr regular use
Mr. N. J. Iloohor of 2710 Dearborn
St. Chicago 111. t-ays: "Catarrh is a
local condition resulting from a neg
lected cold in the head whereby the
lining membrane of tho nose becomes
tnllamed and the poisonous discharge
therefrom passing bacKward iuto the
the throat reaches the stomach. Med
leal authorities prescribed for mo for
tliaeo years for catarrh ot the stom
ach without cure but today I am the
happiest of men after using only ono
box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablntti. I
cannot find appropriate words to ex-
press my good feeling. I have flesh
appetite and sound rest from their
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is tho
safest as well as thosimplost and most
convoniont romody for ony form of in-
digestion catarrh ot the stomach
billiousness sour stomach heartburn
and bloating after meals.
Sond for little book mailed free on
stomach troublos ty addressing F. A.
Stuart Co. Marshal Mich. Tho tab-
lets can bo found nt all drug stores.
Aeio mill Urltlaut .Itlrertltlim.
It is interesting to watch the now
ideas always to bo found in tho adver-
tising of Hood's Sarsaparilla. The
present lino of advertisements is es-
pecially unlquo each beginning with
a familiar proverb aud leading up to
tho good qualities of this famous ined
icino. Tho argument In overy case is
clinched by condensed testimonials
from people tho medicine has cured
It is gratifying to see tho continued
success of an article of gonulno merit.
While othor preparations como to the
surfaco and aftor a short timo disap-
pear Hood's Sarsaparilla has steadily
maintained its place in public confi-
dence. j-vuro i.tnt
St. Louis and iSan Francisco R. R.
Tho diroct through car route to points
In southwest Missouri southorn Kan-
sas Arkansas Indian Territory and
Tho most direct routo to St. Louis
and the oast. Kansas City aud the
northwest. Double dally vostibulod
trains. Froe reclining chair cars; ob-
servation and drawing room sleopors;
IUivey dining halls. Ask tho nearest
tloUst agent ot tho Frisco lino for full
particulars or wiito 11. V Dunn
T. P. &. F. A. Oklahoma City O. T.
Rkyan S.-miEit G. P. A. St. Louis.
Ortt)oH Man l('iii( fb linow
Portland Orogon. April 28 '99.
Mk Em tok Having road hh artl-
clo In the Leader concerning tho open-
ing of tho Wlolilta strip in the terri-
tory I wish to get some information
about the laud about tho pricos por
auro aud whan it is likely to bo thrown
open. Any information on the subject
will be thankfully recolved. Respect-
fully yours. FltANK KlFSY.S
Jteluel llatet to'J'adtte Coast l'olnt$.
EiTaotlve Mar oh 18th the following
second class passenger rates will ap-
ply from Giithrloi San Francisco
Los Angeles and other California
?oints taking same rate will be 813.50.
ortland Seattle Taeoina and othor
Orogon points taking some rate will be
S3 B5. For furthor particulars call on
A.J. Corklns Agont Santa Fe route.
f'ulloriila uml Husk
At reduced rato Tickets limited to
July 15; ou sale May 15 aud IS inclus-
ive for 0. Good going via of !s
Angeles and returning vta Ogden or
vlos versa If desired. Or one may go
and return via sains route for same
charge See A. J- Corklns agont
feanta Fe route Guthrio for details.
A tabemaalB of tLo roorganued lat-
ter day saints Is to be erected t King-
fisher by Evangelist? Mooro and Dans
FOR ALL THE LATEST SPRING NOVELTIES IN GOOD JEWELRY.
Belt Buckles Skirt Supporters Hat Pins. Collar Buckles Turtles end Bugs. rm WEST OKLAHOMA AYEHUE
('lilit ltci-rr Sppflul t'orrpupumleiit
Ituirhv up Okliiltonm
W. Ii. Curtis staff correspondent of
the Chicago Record who 1b travollng
through the south-vest has tho follow-
ing things to say of Oklahoma:
"I don tl'Ue to be l-agglng sftlil
Governor Itarnes "but I wish ' ui
won d look into our school Bystc-ii.
There isn't n community on God's fv.ot
atool that has Wtt?r facilities for ed-
ucation or appreciates them more.
The greater part of our taxes arc de-
voted to tho support of tho public
bchools a university and sovoral acad
emics and normal schools and tho
nubile lands which wore reserved for
school purposes aro going to bo the
source of a rich permanent endow-
tnont. Wo have $10023810 In taxable
property; we havo a public debt of
918 000 whioh represents a school
holism; we havo SIM 571 invested In
that sort of real estate; we havo 1870
schools; we havo 00535 boys and girls
attending them; we spent last year
$207000 for teachers' salaries 818000
for now buildings and furniture $32-
000 for rents repairs and other inci
dental expenses; 87000 for books and
apparatus for our school libraries and
a total in round numbers of $332000
for school purposes. I do not know of
an easto-n state that did as much in
proportion to the population.
"We have a dally newspaper for
every P300O people a weekly for every
3000 and a regular publication for
ercry 2300 while Colorado shows one
for ovory 2600 New York ono for
every 2700 Ohio ono for every S.IOO
Ma'sachusotts one for every 3000 and
Mississippi ono for every 0100."
The names of somo of tho Oklahoma
newspapors show a high range of
originality. In the published list I
find the Shawnee Dinner Hell. The
Rustler Is a favorite namo and there
are several papers so called In differ-
ent parts of the territory although in
thocattlo trade it has a dreadful sig-
nificance. Tho Sunbeam is also popu-
lar as a namo for nowspapers and
theic aro sevoral down here. The
Kingfisher Kicker Is un influential
Populist organ and its rival is the
Pottawatomie County Plain People.
Another unlquo feature ot Oklahoma
Is n town ot considerable size In Logan
county settled exclusively by colored
peoplo. It is called Langston.in honor
of tho late John M. Langston of
Washington who was an orator and
scholar for two terms a member of
cougress from Virginia and for several
yoars dean ot the law department of
Howard unlvorsity. Although Mr
Langston passed for a colored man
and his life was spent in promoting
the welfare of that race It Is never-
theless true that he had very little
negro blood in his veins. Ho was de-
scended from tho Indians ot Powhat-
tan's tribe who mot the first English
colonists that landed in America. His
hair was straight his fcatu'es were
more like the Indian than tho African
type and ho took great pains to trace
his lineage back to tho aborigines tho
"first families of Virginia" as ho used
to call them. The town of Langston
Is prosperous well behaved and has a
schnal house of which it is especially
proud. Gov. Itarnes says it is ono of
the model communities of the terri-
tory. I havo been much Interested in read-
ing in ono of tho local papers an ac
count of a regular meeting of one of
the womuu's clubs of Oklahoma at
which tho members were asked to ex
press their opinions as to which were
tho ten greutest short poems in tho
English language and the twelve
greatest paintings in the world The
result of the ballot that followed Is a
good index of the litorary culturo and
lasto ot the peoplo of Oklahoma. Tho
ton greatest poems us thus determined
William Cullen llryant's ' Lines to a
Waterfowl" and "Green River" Long
fellow's "K.colsior" and "Tho Cham-
bered Nautilus" Rums' "To a Daisy"
and "Tho Cotter's Saturday Night"
Tom Moore's "Oh tho Days That Aro
Gone" Mrs. Rrownlng's "Elizabeth"
Tonnyson's "Locksley Hall" and Kip-
The vote as to the twelve greatest
aiutlngs in tho world resulted as fol-
Tho Sistine Madonna ot Raphael
Corregglo's "Holy Night." Rubens'
"Descent from the Cross" Ouido Rent's
"Aurora" and "ltoatrlco Cencl" Vol
terra's "Descent from tho Cross"
Michael Angelo's " Last Judgment "
and "Transfiguration" Da Vinci's
"Last S "per" "The Last Communion
of St. Jei imo" by Domcnichlno Tl-
tau's " Assumption " and Murlllo's
" Immaculate Conception. "
The program ot tho noxt meeting of
this frontier socioty was announced as
follows: A paper an "Tho Llfo and
Work of Count Rumford" by Mrs. Uar-
roll; u paper on "Housekeeping in the
Twentieth Century." by Mrs. Rock and
a discussion upon the advantages of
the study of domestic science This
shows what the women ot Oklahoma
are thinking and talking about.
V" to "" J'raiicmfo ami Jletim
Tickets on sale May 15 to 18. inclus-
ive. Final limit July 15 1880. Stop
over privileges In each direction. You
may go one way and roturn anotbor
A. J Corklns agent of the Sauta Fe
at Guthrie will cheerfully respond to
all inquiries for information.
Il'liitrfif C7i(luliiH'ila A$anlly.
For the above occasion wo will sell
round trip tlckeU to Wlnficld for ouo
fare for the round trip. Tickets on
sale June IB to JO. good to roturn up
to and Including July Ut 1SU0 Con
tinuous pasiogo in each direction.
A. J. Coukiks
Agent Santa Fo Route.
Gophers IHow Siifo.
Seattle Wash. May S. News that the
safe ot the Alaska Commercial company's
store at Bagle was robbed of a larao
SRMiupt April 4 was brought hsre today
br 1L J. Cameron who left Dawson
April It A small Iron safe containing
tti86 In Mils and dust were carried off
by tbo robbers oa a sled.
The miners at Cords CHy have formed
Lcorabine to keep up wagea watch tbey
eTkUn owners were tturaatsalne to cut.
The union lias estaUlfhsd at one dollar
I'kubofsa CHy. May t Today lu tho
a i uksai and retaU houses in this city
14.0 4) cioars were seised by a deputy
United St&tas rewnue collector becauie
the stamps on the clfars wore oountor
fil The cigars vere bought from a
house tit the ea. i .ux lately a gToat
many of the same bogus stamps have
bot-n found on a JarBo number of clears.
GREATEST 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 but
all fine new and up-to-date novelties.
Elegant Serge Suits Beautiful all-Wool
Suits Fine Imported Worsted Suits Fine
Custom Made Shoes Ladies' Hand Turn
Shoes ALL AT HALF PRICE.
Four thousand pairs of Shoes at half
$1.50 Work Shoes for 75c.
Five thousand other
J. M. BROOKS
REPUBLIC or EMPIRE
THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION
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lion Andrew GnriifwL
Hour. Vnit. AHon.
How W J UHVAN
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THE GOSPEL OF A HIGHER CIVILIZATION AND BROADER LIBERTY.
'I III: DM. llilllk ON -Ilir.M IIJKOT.
lu Ur.1 hditlon. 1UU.000 cohtM. A lar)e ottayo
1. .. hi a 111 ii. ui- 0 Mm) oter
TIIIJ OUTFIT IM I'ltlll
isuim. wun iiiatiKa etc
Heat Cloth llimtinir
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ir olfTilXr. ....'..TV"10" ".'! " "?'"" 'or ()"tni '' no Intentiu of norkliuTbut
1 . I .' cu'""lr' require tho apcllcant e. u cuurantre ..I KUod lulll. oa 111. iart
ml 111 He to in.ur iio.luiro nl wrain.ini tbl. .......... ... 1... ..r..5" .. . " .?? '"" P4"'
Ipt orSr.t ordir for lo Look.. ...-..... u .11111 upon our
lloHt Ilnlt HiiKfcia llnullnu.witli mnrlilwl ckIijos".
Most t-ull JtuHHia llindiiifr with Rolil ihIkos ..."."""."
. run i.r our 1 npuruliricu lirii. to Ajfnt..
I AND MANHOO
Cures Iuiiotenc Night Knilmions and
wasting dUtasCH all effects of self-
uIiusl. or cxci na and Indis-
cretion A ncrvoton'c mid
hlooil liuililiT. Urln the
pink glow to pale chee.J- and
restores the f.re of youth.
By mall fiOc per box ; boxes
lor u.fo; with a written K'mr-an-too
to euro or roHmd tho inonuy.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson Sts. CHICAGO ILL
Far sale by WALLACB & MULLER
DniKKlsts Guthrie O. T
FltA.NK DM.Ki A. 11. C. IflKllUlt.
ANDintSON lUUI.lJINt; 11KI.AHOMA AVK
CARRIE M. BURLINGAME
( l'lano uml Orcmi.)
JOS .V. Ilroud . ilVTIlKIK (). T
St. Louis and San Francisco railroad
Take tho most popular routo to St.
Louis and all points cast. Kansas City
and all points north and west.
Sunta Fo trains inahe closu connec-
tions at Oklahoma City and Wichita
for all points on tho Frisco lino.
SL Louis and Kansas City mall and
express leaves Oklahoma City at Oilfi
every morning; leaves St Louis at 8:10
every evening and arrives at Oklahoma
Oityat 8.30 the following uvouinir.
Through reclluin? chair cars with-
out change l'ullmam palace sleepers
from Monutt to St. Louis and Kansas
City. You can secure borths before
Further Information will be cheer
fully given by the nearest agent or
II. F. Duns. T. F. and J' A
Ili'ItON Sniukii. O-1. A.
St. Louis Mo.
ii Ulilte dor
Hov Andiiew Cahneuik.
TnwiiH. linn i.ll.l V C.I..U..M t. U s i--
7"? '.'"'. '"l'"a'" oraBU '''. Han
I.. ii .1 11. . .' . . .. .
om. im the
aro tajt sola
hook. lautlful now tji.
iilnountlnir to L0 booii at ono time nhea ca.h
no charge for tlie ulrflant. comiilxta I'roinoctua
. si. no
... . 3.UO
First publlsdcJ In the Dally Leader April
To V Horn It May Conccrn-
Noticc m lieruij- kIvcii that Thomas &Tcr-
rcl hae this day llled their petition to sell
at retail uplrltuoux I noun and malt llquorit
in Orlando Logan county. Oklahoma anil
that unleiiH objection be tiled on or before
the 5th day of May A I 109 said
letltln will be granted.
it. V. Mohto.v County Clerk.
Outurle OLla.. April so. lhW
First published in the Daily Leaner ApriL
To Whom It May Concern-
Notice Is hereby Riven that Obi M Her
has this day filed bis petition to nu at
retail spirituous vinous and mall iiQU'.rs In
Mulhall. Uksii county Oklahoma and that
unless objection lie filed on or bef re the
Ilth :day of May A D H-V9. said k i tioa
Guthrie Olcla . April SO. 1899
It. 1'. MOItTON County Clerk
first published in the Dally I.cadrr May
To whom it may concern
Notice l hereby given that M s Hiacfc
has this day mod hU petition 'o sell
at wholsale spirituous vinoun and ir alt
liquors In Guthrie Iogau oanty nklaho-
ina. and tint unletw oblertiun be llled on
or betoie thelbth day of May A D Ibim said
petition will be granted.
Guthrie Okla . MayS. IS-ii-J
P MORTON County Clerk
T B. FAIUPIELD
TRANSFER AND COAL.
OFFICR AND YARDS.
500 West Harrison Street
. . . TELEPHONE ?0
"Moner to patent good Idi as may tie sec-
n ny our aiu auuresi. Tin. j.vt'I NT HE-
il u. naitimore. Md "
WANTKD To trade ltto a. re farm in Lin
coin county forOuthrle property
AOBNTSs WANTKD KOR THb IJFI ANO
Arbtetcments uf dmiral Hi wev tat
world s creaUttt naval hero. Ilv Murat Hal.
vtead the Uf. long friend ana admirer of
the nation'. Idol ijigKeal and oei bock
.er SCO panes sxlOlnrtieu many luu pages
"i half-tone Illustrations map n ra.irs.
OnlyJlW Euurm.mi demand IPb m
mlMiiona Outtli free Chame .' a life
time Write nuii k The Dominion torn
pany L'axtuh bldg. Chkago
WANTED A boy about 14 years old at the
Arkansas Valley Telephone ofUie
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 292, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 3, 1899, newspaper, May 3, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74524/m1/4/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.