The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 310, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 6, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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See GEOBGE H. DODSQN for Abstracts Insurance and Farm Loans.
Sti XrrinnF-2 1 "M BVory HntlntheetorelsatJattern. n
Full lino of tho Intost sailors m
Uvorydnyln tlio wook Is n special
Nw idens In Trlmmlnprs reoolvod
I'm tumtner are not .imad'nt Imt educated in Hie art or
trimming huts that .m- tvli-h In-coining (Mil wear well
MRS. A. P. SAUNDERS
llll I bAUINO MILLINUH
10G EAST OKLAHOMA AVBNUE
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M I IU1...1 I iiri.lliir.' oHiimity
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Ejosialit fM.-d VUV.V
at flio slorr ol'his nm-nt
FAMOUS SPECIALIST WILL ARRIYE.
F. B. LILLIE & CO
HI Vltl III
Hawkes Spectacles are Never Peddled.
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TM II Ant M N
J The Hagan Abstract Co. ''"TrT''
Insurance Written. J FRANK LAUX
sjy Ml Kinds of Conveyancing.
jq Notary in Office. Manager.
Wo have tlio
I. I a h t of
Asia Ceylon Orange 1'oV.oe
Oolong Hasket Kired Japan's
Imperial and Uunpcrwders.
The J. D. BURKE GROCERY CO.
'PHONE SO. OKLA 11 Oil A A VNl B.
WeeMy Leader 50c Year
Sfl 9BT jrfftw IW'ai J"iv
i 1 V.JLJO)
Thursday June 8th.
ALL SHOES REDUCED FOR THIS SALE
intend to open up .1 lanje lust-class Shoo Stock this
.mil hav: this siu-cial salt- to rt-ducr the- Summer Stock
as much as possible. Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords Chil-
dren's Shoes and Slippers and all Men's Shoes included.
I'd Sh eh sale price
:. " r-ho.s sale pnee .. ..
i n.j Shoes sal'- pr'ce
1 70 Shoes sale price
1.5n Shoes sale price -..
1.25 Shoes; vale price
1 x Shoes sale price
Special Sale of Mattings
THURSDAY JUNE 8tn.
Regular price 15c reduced to
Regular price 17c reduced to .
Regular price. :Vc. reduced to ..
Regular price. 23c and 23c reduced to
Regular prlc 8uc reduced to mmmmm
Regular price 35c reduced to .'77. IT.
Regular price 40c reduced to T7.11ZIJ
Special Sale of Men's Colored Summer
Shirts Thursday June 8th.
Men's Colored Madras regular $ .75 reduced price
Men's Colored Madras regular 1.00 reduced price
Men's Colored Madras regular 1.25 reduced price
Men's Colored Madras regular 1.50. reduced price
All ilen'fl Collara ISouost Shnnes all sizes regular
prlco 15c sain price i for 2ie.
Hocoiil !' iho Uhj'h I) ilia's in
'IWiloriul m is
In Hcretnry .IrnUtiih' olllce yester
day arllclM of Itn-cirtiorntlon for the
rllineiHi Ntato bank of Mountain View
wer tiled Tlio illrertoin nro otto W.
Mlmltee Onorpe V llrllnmy mid C. W
lleers. The bank will do a general
batikiiif; buftlness. The capi al stock
The New Century H Tlnirs and Ijouii
coin pun jr. of Shawnee hna llleil nrticles
of Incornorallon. ') liu purpcxe of the
corporation 1b to do n rcculnr building
and loan nseoelntlon UiisIupm. The
term for whleli the Company in to pxlfit
1r to years l lie capital stock is JMK)'
(ton of 50l) shares at SI 00 oath The
incorporators nro John 11. Scott II A
Ketchutn J. C 1'arlc r. S. J Hurtling'
M L MeConn. A. It Carroll. J. M.
Doss Millard Johrston. Shawnee nod
J. T rerlpo Oklahoma City.
HeorRo I) Looklmrl of r.ockhart
Oklnhoma county wm Coinuil&slonod
a notary public
huit wa lllMl In the ilintrlct court
today by 7 K Itrown vs. K I. Ilrown
suit on a nolo for 5160.37.
Farmers complain. Too much rain
ShrinerR arc tnoetintr al Oklahoinn
Head the Lender's great Kami Jour
mil's prite oiTer.
To bring bttislt Tlffor nnd
ink I'll bit Hast Tonic
Wookly Loader one yoar and Kami
Journal flvo years for on'y SI.
Do you want
Farm i titnnlT
(ample copies of the
Wrlto the Leader.
Miss K -a Williams aged IS years
was drowned at Cordell in Washita
Como to tlio Christian churcli Wed-
nesday uvcuiog nnd lic&r the Jubilee
Ilrlnf' your job printing to tho Lead-
er olllce. Letter heads turned out on
two hours' notice.
Wood choppers can soouro a two
months' constant Job by applying' at
tho Leador olllco.
For Sals: Two horses n buggy and
two sets of li am ess (single and double)
Call nt this oillee.
Ralph Lewis has written a novel en
titled "Dorothy." It will be published
by Tennyson Neoley Now York.
Do not fall to como to the children's
entertainment Wednesday evoning.
Uome anil hear the juuiloo singers
fiot son eyes tested free by ano of
tho world's fuinous specialists at V. It.
LUlie .t Co. J uno 0th 7th and 8th.
All p.rsons who have manure to
dispose of can dump it on my farm
but please see me first. W.M. McCoy
Hammocks at OlKitiith'sJfor less than
cost. Want to c oao out the line and
get rid of them at any prlco you ploase.
Will Trade 410 acres good land in
Itutler county Kansas for Oklahoma
farms. Add-uss 110 cure Dully
do to ISureka Springs June 15. This
will be the grandest alHilr of the sea-
son. Five dollars for the round trip
Frisco line from Okluhoma City.
A. C. Gilbert connected with tho
Hanta Fe at Norman will take the
agency at Noblo vice Frjnk Fllion
transferred to Witislaw Arizona
For relief and comfort In Asthma
MALLARD'S IIORIEHOUXD SYRUl
has no equal l'rlce 85 and 50 cents.
Hold by V. II LIUIe & Co. and Wuoelei-
The famous cyo specialist A. IC.
Hawkes will be at Little's drug store
Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of
this week. Kyos tustod free call and
Tho ladies social union of thn M. H.
church will meet at tho parsonage on
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'c'ock. A
fu'I attendance Is desirod as buslno's
of Importance Is to be transacted Ity
order oi tne president katk Mc-
Mrs W. M. Spurlock and daughter.
Blanche returned yesterday from a
month's stay at (I nod a Springs. Mrs
Spurlock gatnod ten pounds and feels
better than she has in several years
She has been a sufferer from rheuma-
tism and her four weeks' stay nt the
Springs soeirs to have cntlroly eradi-
cated the ailment.
If the prodlsposition to worms in
children Is not cured they may become
emaciated wo&kly and in dancer of
eonvulBlons. WHITK'S CRKAM VEIL
MIFUGElstho most successful and
popular remedy l'riae 25 cents. Sold
by P. II. Llllle &. Co. and Whoelor A
1'rauU Filson agent of tho Santa Fe
at Noblo came up yesterday to spend
tho day with his brothor C. II. FlUon
of tho sehool land department. Ho
returned homo on tho noon train to-
day. Mr. and Mrs. Filson will leave
Noblo tomorrow for Wlnslow.Arloua
where Mr. Filson goes for his health.
Ho will continue In the service of tho
Santa Fo at that point.
If your sight is blurred with specks
yuu have pains on the right sldo under
importers Chase & San-
born only the best is good
Is it an wonder that
with men looking after
their interests from the
beginning even before the
tea leaves arc harvested
up to the time when the
tea is delivered the pack-
ages endorsed by this firm
are known to be the best
that money can buy?
Chase & Sanborn's
arc famous throughou'. the
country and arc always
found tiniformly reliable.
They arc never sold in
bulk. At any grocer's in
pound and half-pound air-
One pound makes over 200 caps.
Miss Stewart is visiting Mrs". W. I).
Geo. Dodson is bjck from his Orlan-
Mrs. Woodson of Caldwell is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Fosaetl.
J. C. Jones manager of Mm premium
stamp assoclulijtt has recovered from
n recent Illness.
A. E. Ilakcr representing tho Wes-
tern Newspaper Union of Wichita Is
In the city looking alter business
Judge J. M. Mackey of l'ond Creok
is hero representing Fond Creek's In-
terest In tho Grant county litigation
u tho supremo court.
I Hotel for Guthrie!
Everyone should attend the
excursion to Kuroka Sprint's
June 15. via tho Frisco
S. T. FRANKLIN
anil spots uoating before your eyes or
tho ribs then your llror is derangod
and you need a few doses of HERHINE
to regulate it. Prlco so couts. Sold
by F II Lllllo & Co. and Wheeler X
Farm Journal for tho balance of 1S09
and all of 100 1001 1WJ2 and 1U3
nearly five years to every subscriuer
who will pay one year In ndvunco for
the Oklahoma Wcokly Loader. No
battor farm paper than tho Farm
Journal. This otter Is only wade to a
Hmltod numbor-tho first who come
J. A. Fordo grosar and moat mar-
ket has conoluded to continue his
business as before A full and ohoice
lino of groorrlos and unquestionably a
first class up to date market He ro
speotfully requests tho patronage of
the public l'rciuiuni stamps glveu.
Deputy Sheriff Stanley of Noble
county. Is In tho city. Mr. Stanley is
the oilk-er who captured Jim Scrog-
glnB the chicken thief near Perry
who with his brother Robert made his
escape yesterday while being taken
from Saddler's court to the county js.ll
by cnatablo Ed Laws.
At tho Royal hotol D. 11 Hereford
M. S. Vnn Duson C E Hayes Chica-
go; W. It. Asher Tocumsoh; J. A.
Whlttltnoro Atlanta; E. J. Wiley Ky;
A. E. Maker Sam McNaghtcn Wichi-
ta; J. V. Vaniman Kansas City; M. A.
Hitchcock Hoston; J V. Vlekers
Tombstone Ariz : W H. Price J. F.
Woodson St. Joei T. T. Daniel New
York: O. ). Crlttsinger Huffalo.
Do Not Put Off until tomorrow the duty
that ouKbt t be done today. If your blood
Is Impure and vou teel weak and weary take
iioou sarb.iiurina ai once
Hoods Pills cure All liver Ills. Mailed
for W cents bv C I Hood & (Jo .Lowell Mass
An attachment suit was filed in the
court hero yesterday against Frank
Harrah to secure the payment of a
debt of $400 alleged to bejlue tho firm
of Williamson. Halsell Fraslcr & Co.
The papers were served by deputy
sheriff O'ltrlen and attachment run on
a lot of wood and other property and
a garnishment run on the C. O. & G.
railroad company to fiover two cars of
wood In tholr possession- The suit
was brought by Attorney R. N. Me
Hardly n day passes in families
whore there are children in which
HALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is
not needed. It quickly cures Cuts
Wounds Bruises Burns and Scalds.
Price S5 and CO cents. Sold by F. 11.
Lllllo & Co. and Wheeler .t Son.
If interested In horses cows or
shcop take tho Farm Journal. Wo
will give this paper for tho balunco of
1800 and all of 1000 11)01 1002 and 1003
nearly five yoars to all subscribers
now or old who pay for the Oklahoma
Weekly Leader a yoar ahead This
offer is for a short time only.
James ltryau of Perry was at New-
kirk when he received news of tho ac-
cidental shooting of his little ton ut
heme. It was too late to take the
train and Mr. ltryau telegraphed to
liverymen in different to ns to have
relays of teams waiting for him. Hn
drove to Kildnre in twenty-two min-
utes; to Ponca City in forty minutes;
to Otoe In an hour and thirty minutes;
and twonty.Cve minutes Inter was ut
Red Rock Tho entire distance of 50
miles was covered in about four hours.
A sallow jaundiced hldn is a symp-
tom uf disordered liver as it springs
from biliary poisons retained in tho
blood which destroy energy cheer
fulness strength vtgor happiness
and life. HERHINE will will restore
the natural functions of the livor.
Price 50 cents. Sold by F. II. LUlie &
Co ami Wheeler A Son.
Eight students were graduated from
tho agricultural and mechanical col-
lego today two youny won n und six
youn i men. The graduation orations
' as follows: N P. Uullock
-Moaern Poetry;" d R. Donart
"Specialization in Education;" Minnlo
uysarr "Tho American woman in
Literature" F. M. Orolner "The Po
litical Outlook;" A. IS. McReynolds
' Social Differences;" Cora Mltttmore
"The Making of Hooks" Earl Myers
' Visions of Greatnois;" C. E. Regnler
'lo be or Not to bo.
The Farm Journal is the boiled down
hlt-lha-nail-ou-thc-head paper cut to
tit the wide awake farmer and villager.
Wo glvo the Farm Journal for tho bal
adce of ltb0 and all of 1000 1001 1002
and 1H03 nearly five years as a prizo
to every one of our subscribers who
will pay a year ahead for the Okla
koma Weekly Leader.
Anothor sensation waa sprung today
wnou cttutlous wcro issued lor Miner
iutendent Dolan of thlJ division of
tho Santa Fe. and atrent P. C. O'Neill
ot al citing them to appear and an-
swor to the charge ot contempt ot
oourt. The charae is based on tho
fact that the Santa Fo In violation of
the injunction issued backed three
box cars over the city's lots whero tho
switch was which tho city council had
tho stroot commissioner pull up last
Friday night. Hy tho terms of tho
iujunction issued Friday night both
tho city and tho railroad company are
to leave tho property just au It was at
the time tho Injunction was issued
until after the final settlement ot af-
Aside from tho serious Inconvonience
and pain nanscd by piles there Is a
tendency to flstuln and to cancer in
tho rectal region. Piles should not bo
allowed to run on unchecked TAH-
LEU'S HUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT
is an infallible remedy. Prlco 5 ) cents
a bottle tubes 75 cents. Sold bj P. 11-
Llllle A Co. and "Wheeler k Son.
Are you going to Eureka Springs
Ark on June 16. Five dollars for tho
round trip from Oklahoma City via
Pianos 8160 and up; organs. 510 and
up ; sowing machines 815 and up bi-
cycles 810 and up. Easy payments.
Sheet music latest and up to date.
E. H." Knauss
104 West Harrison avo.
(Iratul J!jreurlon lo Kurrl.it Ajrli an
Ittturn on June lGth J'rom Oklahoma
CHIyvIa the '-Fiitro .Ine.
For tho above occasion the St. Louts
& San Prtnclsco railroad atrent 'vill
sell tickets at tho rate of 85 for tho
round trip good to return within ten
days from dato of snlo. A special train
will leave Oklahoma City Thursday
Juno 15th at 0:15 a.m. arriving at
iiircua springs same evening livery
one should take advuntngc of this trip
ItnAJJ S.tvdkh G. P A
St Louis Mo
It. F Dunn T. P. A.
ttnmtnrr Tomint Jtitln to Votnrailo
Summer tourist tickets to Denver
Colorado Springs nnd Puoblo will bo
placed on sale Juno 1st and will be
sold dally up to September 15th
good to return up to October 31st 1890.
for lurlhcr information call on or
write; A. J. Corklns agent Santa Fe
route Guthrie O. T.
Do you keep chickens? Then you
ought to have tho Farm Journal. Wo
glvo It in clubbing with tho Oklahoma
Weekly Leader both for tho price of
our paper only l'ny up a year ahead
and the Farm Journal will como for
tho balance of 1800 and all of 1000
1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five years
and get to you if you nro on this conti-
nent. lrlfto lAnt.
St. Louis and San FranciBCO R. R.
The direct through car routo to points
in southwest Missouri southern Kan-
sas Arkansas Indian Territory and
The most direct route to St. Louis
and tho cast. Kansas City and tho
northwest. Doublo daily vestlbulcd
trains. Frco reclining chair cars; ob-
servation and drawing room sleepers;
lltiTcy dining balls. Ask tho nearest
ticket agent of the Frisco lino for full
particulars or wJlte H. F Dunn
T. P. &. F. A. Oklahoma City O. T.
IlitYAN Snydkk G. P. A.. St. Louis.
Use Leader wont ads. They work
while you sleep.
Full Hno of Fourth of July fireworks
just in at Olsmlth's.
From Now to
Noarly 5 Yoars.
By special arrangement made
with the publisher of the Farm
Journal we are enabled to offer
that paper to every subscriber
who pays for the Oklahoma
Leader (weekH) one year
ahead for only 1.00 both pa-
pers for the price of ours ouly ;
our paper one year and the
Farm Journal from now lo De-
cember 1903 nearly 5 years.
THE FARM JOURNAL
Is an old established paper en
joying great popularity one of
fhe best and most useful tarm
This offer should be accepted
If your eyes bother you
Advertisement In UiU column fc iter line
each tntertlon. NoadveriUement taken for
leiH tr.an cents.
"Money to iKitent good Ideas may be sec-
ured by our aid address Till: l'ATHNT I-
COUU llaltlmorc. Md."
WANTKU-To trade 100 acre farm tn Lin
coin county for Outlirlc property
WANTKIi 100 pounds of clean cotton rairs.
Appl to foreman of the Leader press room.
ktitution. dood jiav to right party.
Ilrlgbt boy to canvais tor the
Leader and Atlanta Con-
WANTKD-1UX) Subscribers for the Okla.
homa Leader on yeur and the farm Journ-
ears for $1.00 brnplt!;coplus on an
al live ye:
WANTRn-To sell a second hand Dens-
KKUR l'or boys jnd girls a beautiful
solid gold shell brilliant ltuby or Topaz
Tilfanv Setllnt! Uuarauteed to wear for
jears Fit KB for elling 80 Mystic Pens for
5c each Send name and address Will
send Pens when sold Itcmlt us 1 and get
tne ring i. u iiu.vri.it tvj snuin Direct
i rVinar. I
I To California
Will bo sold in late June and
oarly July by tho Santa F
Route at tho time of tho N. E.
A. ConvenMon'dn Ios Angeles.
Liberal gtonqvoi- a.nd choice
of return routec
Particulars on application.
Tho Santa fk Route is many
hours shorter than any other.
A. J. CORKINS
The A. T. & S. Fo Hallway.
Guthrie O. T.
A long-felt want to be
filled at once
f IJAVING decided to build a modern hotel here I
i& AA have concluded to close my btock of goods out
a and quit the mercantile business. Clothing Shoes
ijt Hats Queensware and Furnishing Goods are not
good building material and as I must have $1 5000 in
casn at once we will commence 7
I A Gigantic Slaughter Sale i
?f at the old stand on Harrison Avenue and continue
if from day to day to band out bargains the like of j
i which has never been seen in this city before. We 1
X practically have the newest nobbiest and cleanest '
J3" stock of merchandise in the city and all bought for
V .ru) and 00 cents on the dollar for spot cash and will i
$fc be sold the same way. The old one hundred cent j
jfe fellows will begin to hollow "wolf wolf" but don't j
4.u be fooled again dear people for if they sell you their
j stuff at cost it is still 50 to GO cents above our price.
7$ Why pay $14 to $18 for a suit of clothes when you can
V buy the same thing of us for SO and $7? Please re- !
t member everything flse is and will be in the same
iji proportion and nothing in the store is reserved i
i- Stock and lixtures for sale and store for rent after i
X 90 days
J. M. BROOKS
if jtm Harrison Avenue
2& P. S. This 1b a grand opportunity for somo ono wanting a i
i. business. It is paying a handsome profit and I ve it up very
V reluctantly. n
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You can get Tiir Oklahoma
Leader for one year and the
famous Farm Journal of Phila-
delphia for five years for only
in advance. Subscribe now.
Is tho Santa Fe. Tho average
temperature-during the journey
is less than that for the same
period at your home Then the
cars are so comfortable fatigue
is scarcely noticeable. Pullman
palace and tourist sleepers and
fre-j chair cars on all California
trains. A. J CoitKiM Agent
fit them with Glasses and do it right ut half the price
U jpay some traveling optician. Work guaranteed one year.
E. A. DOUGLAS The Guthrie Jeweler.
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