The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 106, Ed. 1, Monday, October 2, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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TKl L1AD1B GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
Entered tn the pMtotnce at Outhrle Okla.at
lecond cimvs mall matter
&Mclal Paper of OalitioiM Twrrltory
PVIIMBIICU UY THE LEADER 1'HINTINO
I. Q. MllLACK Editor nnil Mutineer.
Ofllelal Organ of Oklahoma ntmoeraeif.
Due month delivered in city.
One month by mall
Three months . -..-W
U"it! rear.. . ..t.iTSji ? .
m: months .
HONDA Y OCTOBER;8iS89.
EYKTtr time Joe Chamberlain drops
an ultimatum in thelslot'tbe bells ring
and he' gets a wet rumor.
Ik speaking of tho newspaper men
at Manila Admiral Dewey said : "They
aro a fine sot of men audi no matter
what 1 told tfcrm they never mis-
quoted or betrayed my confidence
And there never was a place thoy
would not go when tho fighting wM
going on." Theso aro the men Ocn.
Otis tried to discredit.
Our Republican friends aro giving
themselves much uneasiness lest John
R McLean's election as tho Demo-
cratic candidate for governor of Ohio
shall operate to make him the Demo-
cratic candidate for president instead
of Col. W. J. llryan. John R Mc-
Lean's elentlon will in nowise supplant
Col Bran in the affections and regard
of the American people; and of this
fact the Republicans who aro mani-
festing so much interest and concern
need give themselves any unrest. Tbe
purposo of this cry It is hhrcwdly
suspected is more in tbe interest of
the occupant of the White IIouso than
for either McLean or llryan; for they
understand only mo wjgu the vagup
ness of politics and they know that if
tho aamlnlstratlon-lHnna ticket is
beaten in tho president's home state
McKinley cannot succeed himsolf. It
shelves him for good and therefore
they hope to turn aomo of Hryan's
friends away from McLean by raising
tho cry that his election means the
supplanting of Hryan as tho Demo-
cratic nominee Jor tho presidency in
Ta often n warntaf? that tho Ilv r 1"
'K Inartive- Moro t)rlMW
ttonbles inayifollaw. For ft prompt
efficient euro W HenfltwsliP ami all
liver troubles lake
While ilp- !'nxp the liver r'tnrc
fii'l i-nl" in ' n of tho bowel
thfj H "t ferine or pain (U not
in-i'mle or inflame the Internal oryan.
but liavo a positive tonto effect. 2Dc
nt all ilrupKlsts or by mall of
C. I. Jiood & Co. Lowell Maasv
Hood's Pills are for sale at tho Eagle
comment. Hut it was characteristic
'of the man to announce his arrival in
these simple words. Ho knew he
could not help knowing that tho
whole nation was walling for him;
that he was the ac!eptd? btro pf the
most brilliant episode of the war that
he occupied a unique place in the pop-
ular im&sinationl yet ho proclaimed
his presence to seventy millions of
grateful and rejoicing people: "Olym-
pia will fio to Tompkinsvllle tomor-
iow1" He made no vainglorious an-
nouncement. Although he was In ac-
tual command and personally direct-
ed tho entire affair of Manila har-
bor ho said nothing about his
splendid deeds nothing about making
a "present" of any sort to the Ameri-
can people. He contented himself
with speaking llko a modest gentle
man and left his fellow citizens to sot
their own estimate upon the value and
Importance of his work. There will
be no complications or uncertainties
in that respect. Tho Manila affair
stands unobscurcd by jealousies or
questions of precedence or exhibitions
of malice and destruction Dewey
was on his ship when the squadron
entered tho Philippine harbor and
thero has never been a question as to
who furnished the brains the nerve
and the inspiration of tho day. Dewey
has stood in no need of certificates or
cliques or courtiers to nrgo his claim.
There was no possibility of mistake as
to what he did or what his achieve-
Thus in tho simplicity of his notifi-
cation to the navy department ho met
and satisfied tho most exacting ox pee
tatlonB of the country.
h-sitHvnrtl Wnr Heoms torUln.
(CoWi-rlght 1SW 1 Assoc ated Press )
London Sept. SO War now seems cer-
tain. Tho extraordinary delay of tho Uoors
in taking a hostile inlatlve. a pointed out
In i he diwpatch to tho Associated Press
Ppiomler 33 m ntlll n i lie cir;uni-
lanee Uui It haa doubtful slenifloanif
when I'ompnfwJ to tho fienulii and far
reaching irHdmUillii they urc mik'iis
Asfrequently mentioned intheae dls
patch the attitude of the British
government In always lnsU'Int; uitn
souvri . irn power has practically un-
dergone no change throughout the en-
tire neKotlalons. Every stage has de-
ponded upon President Kruger. If he
w.niid not bask down when the Brit-
!ii ilpmnnda were less uweeplngly ex-
jiienspd he can scarcely do bo .'iiv
according to Presldnt. Kruger's own
brutal frahkndss Tho negotiations
statements are judging from all the
available Information seemed to have
reached an Impasse. Rumors of the
Interference of a foreign power contin-
ue to crop up but the most sanguine
scarcely believe this would turn the
Brlti -h from their determination evl-
compel President Kruger to submit ab-
dent from the first to attempt to
itolutely to thel rterms. through spec-
ulation ) rife regarding the awitward
complications which might ensile by
German or Russian diversion In vari-
ous parts of the globe. Bereft of tho
countiep confusing phases due to
secreoy regnrdlng the Intentions of the
governments Involved and the contra
dletory reports from the troubled ter-
ritory the most probable solut'on of
the situation seems this
The Boers who evidently must see
the efforts of the British government
to avert hostilities until the arrival of
reinforcements .having weeks ago
planned a campaign will put :t in ac-
tion perhaps as early as this week.
They wll probably avoid engagements
devoting their energies to the destruc-
tion of prdperty and the capture o
Delgoa bay. It seems unlikely that
on Delgoa bar It geem unlikft'y that
they attqrle Vn Lalngsnek and other
passes of that boundary for the simple
reason that these points are so openly
talked about oa thelt probable potntb
"TVj ill 4 Itr J4 m W
the earik m est of style. AjA m w
propose to be In the lead we wish to
make it plain to onr many frlenda and
The Cyctonc's Grand Opening is Here
and will take place nt our front doora 108 Oklnhoma avenue and 100 and 111 Division etreot and Tho Grand Opening will last just 805
dnjB in each year. Wo have had about 1000 Grand openings in Guthrie much to our Batiafaotion and wo really believe to the satisfac-
tion of our many oustomors. Now wo believe in sovoral things and one thing that wo boliovo in moat thoroughly Ib that in advortiBing
we mat be original in faot when wo wish to say anything about Tho Oyclone. Wo Bay it in The Cyclone's way and want it understood
that wo moan just what wo say and nothing else. JNot Bomo ono else's copper plato vorbiago. Wo havo nlwaya inBistod that when wo
mako a price on anything it was Tho Oyolone's prioo which ifl In evory instance the lowest price. Wo have mado this a strong point;
wo believe it and wo mean it nnd many others havo loarned it and wo moan to maintain our supremacy as being tho price makers of
thia vicinity. Wo aro in a position to do this as we aro tho largest concornof our kind in tho territory (other statements to the contrary
notwithstanding). We are ready to compare etocks and floor spaoo occupied with any of them. Wo aro the largest purchasers and con-
Boquontly can make you lower priceB. Our stock is now and oloan and waB not bought with tho idea of unloading on a too confiding
public Wo appreciate the understanding and good sense of our community and givo them credit for boing shrewd buyers and we havo
bought our slock for this fall season with tuo full knowledge that merit and true valuo would win. Wo do not propose to bo undersold
or oven equalled and to prove this proposition please noto carefully the prices given you below thoy aro clean cnt and convincing and
not BUrrounded with misleading and meaningless conglomeration of adjectivos.
Dross 3ooti Is our lone suit we in-
vite you to come and ft us show you
nur now rvoi Stock In all tho late Plalda
Suiting Crepona and Blister ffectajn
Hack and oil the new colors at Cy-
Heather anJ Fomkers Suitings In
Misses' school trttir at tho Cyclone
Golf Plaids you should see onr
imitation Wool Golf Plaids In aU
colore at .. ........ ...lis
The finest Une of Drwi Trtm-
mlnffs ottered b7 any houw In he
city at Cyclone prices
TABLE DAMASK a Inch Cream
and Turkey Red table linen worth
20c Cyclone Price 16o
Grain Blchfihod IXunajk C5 In.
wide In an the latest patterns
worth 4Sa Cclono Price SGc
NAPKHNS all tha latest styles
from COo pr doz. up
LadlM' HVuidkerchlefs to a Cyclone
the "deigns scolloped embroidered. In-
sertion footing and lice cdz at Cyclone
Our Co Handkerchiefs a Cyclone
1 Lot Dry Grain Upper solid leath-
er eole and counter worth JtOO our
Infant's Moccasins worth SSo our
Space forbids mentioning rare bargains
that we harra in. clock
Men's Duck Coats blanket lined 75c.
Clothing Department. "
ITens good heavy Caasmer Butts flGO
" fancy plaid and check Chevi-
ot Quits $1.13
' Men's all wool black clay
worsted Butt 1100
Men's fancy check worsted French
Men's fins all-wool cnsrtlmor and
Cheviot Suite ?M3
Boy's school Butta good school suits
I pieces 1125
Boys all-wool Chariot and Clay
ChlMa (Nobby Vcatee suits t Pieces
Boy's fine all-wool Reefer Suits
Boy's Knee Pants from 15a to COs.
We havo mado arrangements with Ringiing Brothers for a largo number of tickets to their great shows which will exhibit horo Oc-
tober 12th and wo will issue froo tickets to each of our oustomors purchasing goods to tho amount of 810.00 between now and Octobor
12th. Oall for a purchase tickot and havo the amount of your purchase punched out as ovory five conts counts.
r-ATJIK JlKI'VIIhlVAS VUXTKXX10XS
It it is true as persistently Insisted
upon by tho Republican administra-
tion papers that tho wages for labor
aro Incro&sinjf under tho trust system
of the administration will they con-
descend to cxplalu the cause of the in-
crease of labor alriltes Jh every part of
the country? Labor strikes aro tho
result of discontent anions tho labor-
ing classes either from tho low condi-
tion of wages or tho number of hours
per day rcfjuirod from tho laborer
ooin oi which conditions are almost
exclusively under the control of the
employment system Inaugurated and
manipulated bv tho trust combines.
It is absolutely false that wages have
been increased for If this wcro true
labor troubles would not bo heard of
and tho columns of the dallies would
not teem with the constantly recur-
ring rsporta of these disturbances.
When these Republican fostered
trusts have succeeded In swallowing
up the thousands of smaller concerns
and thereby reducing tho number of
employes necessary to conduct under
one head the consolidated business
were formerly it required double and
in some Instances trcbblo tho number
oi men tho wages of tho fortunate
employes may havo been increased
but this has been more than offset by
the thousands of employes thrown out
of work by reason of such consolida-
tion. This is whit theso administration
liowlera mean when they aet up the
yell that tho wages of tho laboring
c.asa are being dally increased under
the Republican trust system. Uvory
man in the country knows that theso
pretentions aro false and that by rea-
non of this trtifct system fostered
cared for and petted by tho present
iteruoncan rcglmo moro employes
are out of employment today that over
oeiore known in tho history of tho
DRn'BT VIMAX riUTJU'Ate.
Tho tlmu and manner of Dewey's
homo-coming did moro than confuse
the ridiculous arguments of the yel-
low journals and the Impudent pre-
tentlons of Roosevelt. As usual Dew-
ey wan ahead of time. Ho set at
naught all foolish plans and took by
surprise all complacent calculations
Hut above everything else thinks
the Washington Post he treated tho
American people to an exhibition
quite unconsciously on his part of
tho modest simplicity that over goes
with genuine greatness and lie cstab.
lished without intending it acom
parlson which will not escape tho
quick inteligence of the country. Re-
turning from Asiatic waters where
seventeen months ago he achieved
the most brilliant and momentous vic-
tory in the annals of this or any other
age coining bauk to .the land which
he had honored so signally and to a
peop'e waiting to crown him with
Jaure.s such as no Caosar ever won he
reported to his government in these
olti Tis were prepared for modesty
be u o thoy had witnessed and meas
ured his greatness. As ho had sur-
passed all others iu tho completeness
of his victory at Manila so had he
risen above such ileteBtablo and nantv
scandals as blurred the glory of Bun
tlago and filled tho nation with sorrow
and with shame. Herein lies tho ex
planation of the popular lovo and prldo
which uow envelops him. Not only
did ho play tho hero's part himself
but all hli subordinates havo a ted
llko patriots and gentlemen over since.
Ho has mado tho clean white page in
our naval history of tho Spanish war.
afKISUlfH HE1.ATK1 HtrjO.Y.
After moro than two yoars of lndo-
oIbIoo President McKinley was at last
forced by thopressuroof pubjiqoplnion
to approve the sentonco of tho court
martial which tried and convicted
Captain 0. M. Carter of tho I'nlted
States army of tho omboz-clemont of
ovor a million and n half of public
funds and ho has been imprlsonod on
Uovernor's Island. Everything that
wealth powerful friends and inllu.
once could do were brought to bear on
Presidont McKinloy to have him dis-
approve tho sontonco and for moro
than two years he ylolded to theso In-
Uuences but at last the press of tho
country took tho matter up and mado
it so hot for McKinley that his weak
nature could not resist tho pressure
and when they threatened to carry
tho matter into tho political canvass
of 1890 and 1000 ho gave up and or-
dered tho sontonco to be executed.
The president deserves no credit for
enforcing tho sentonco of the court
for had It not boon for tho newspapers'
anl tho fear that tho matter would bo
forced Into tho political arena to the
great i-jur of his reelection aa pres-
ident Captain Carter would still bo
wearing hU uniform and enjoying his
liberty as a froo man.
Any ons predisposed to Scrofula can
novor bo healthy nnd vigorous. Thia
Uls fellow- tnint in tho bloou naturally drifts into
Consumption. Being such ndeop-seated
blood disoaso Swift's Specific is tho
only known cure for Scrofula becauEO
it ia tho only remedy which can reach
8erOful& niinAArl. ntl tm tiAArl nl .1IIA
Cjandelitld when onlr 18 months old. Shortlf
CORSETS Special vaJus tn a
6 hook cutaw&r hlpa edged with
laoo in white and Arab all size
at Cyclone Prices
UNION &I.IT&- Chndron'B and
Mlxecn hea.w ribbed fleece Une!.
Ladles' Heavy Jersey Ribbed
fleece l!na silver srroy Uliion
Suits iworth 75c Cyclone Prlea....
noaiBRT Our Co furt Mnckseam-
leas Ladles' Hose are the"bst In
Splendid lino of Infants' atlases
uiJ Children's Hote In plain and
heavy ribbed faot black a from 4
to 15o par pair.
Men's Satin Calf Hal worth $1.73
our price XlSi
Men's Full stock Calf Saaroleaa
worth JltO our pries .. L7S
Men's Box Calf Con. and Bala
J worth XXV) our price -.11.71
Men'a MUwankee Oil grain Plow
Shoos J1.C0 out: price MM
Men's Milwaukee Oil grain Plow
Shoes tL85 our price .-$100
Men'a Calf Plow Shew worth
$1.25 our prioo $1.09
Men'a Heavy Plow Shoes worth
$1.00 our prlco 75a
One lot of Ladle" welt and McKay
eawod Donjcola Shoes worth from
$ZC0 to $3.00 our prtco.... M..C9o
1 Lot Vlcl hand turixxl. polntod too
worth actual value $2.60 our prco..$l5
1 Lot Donsola Lace or button
lata shapes In too worth $1CS our
1 Lot Heavy Calf SLoco worth $1.75
our prlco . $1.15
Neckwear and Suspenders
Just received a full lino of "Wllion Bros
line Fall Style Nockware in Putta Pecks
fore-ln-hond and imperials from 25a to COo.
A rood stout men's suspender for 10a.
Heavy Fieeoeu Underwear Sult....7Ta
Heavy Random Mixed Uudarwoar
Heavy Wool flod Underwear
Men's fine black tuni-brown Hose ttOc
Flno Une of wlntor Capa and Cloves
Just reoelvefi. Bverytldng now at low
prices than others pet for auctionv trash
All the latest shapes an- colors In Mcna
Fedom Paha Soft and Stiff Hat3 up to
data In stylo end down to the bottom in
Merchant Tailoring Department
Wo have on hand ovor 1000 sampler of
flno Woolens and Caralznera Suiting) and
Pants poods from the largest a- st
known houses in tho country and wo gu'r.
antee a fit and Satisfaction or no tale
Butts made to ordar from $12.00 up and
Pants from $3.C0 up.
scrofula appeared on tho head of my little
ranuelitla when onlr 18 months nlil rfi.n.ti..
utter breaklnH out It spread rapidly all over
Iier iKHlr. Tlie bpalaon Uiardtku wnniii .i
nil on the ellht-st touch uuU the odor that
iuum 11 C UIBU'' lilt! nt
rooipliere of the room
alekeulng and unbearable.
Tho dlseaso next attacked
tho eyf s and we feared she
woniu lose ner Blgut Km
Inent physicians from the
surrounding country were
consulted but could do
hat a difference there is in women I
The actual number of yeara they have lived
beeius to haie little to do with their looks.
Some women at look and act younger
than others at ja Their eyes aie brighter
their cotliplexfona fairer and then- are not
nearly so many wrinkle Old Father Time
Ueali gently with a healthy woman but
nothing to relieve tho Ut-
ile Innocent nnd pavo it
as their opinion that tho
cape was hawlpstt nnH tm.
poHioio io pavj thn child' eyesight. It was
Th!!tn.T?.d?cded nr Swat's SpecinS
That medicine at once made a speedy and com.
ploto cure bho is now a younR lady and haa
never had a sign of tho dlaeaae to return.
Mas. Item lliniiLKt
Scrofula Is an obstfnato blood disease
and is boyond tho reach of tho nverago
blood medicine. Swift's Spooiflo
ia Iho only remedy equal to such docp-
Beated diseases; it goes down to tho
very foundation and forces out overy
taint. It is purely vegetable and ia
tho only blood remedy guaranteed to
contain no mercury potash or other
mineral Bubstanoo whatever.
Books mailed freo by Swift Speciflo
Company Atlanta Georgia.
Remember we kcop open houso all tho time. Yon are always welcome.
THE BIO STORE
109-111 Division St.
THE DIG STORE
103 Oklahoma Avenue.
8. s. a. is
for sale at the Eagle
tUt an Attre Calendar
The Santa Pe Route haa issued a
limited edition of a handsome six-
months' calendar July to December
comprising six color reproductions
Sxll inches each of Ilurbank's cele-
brated Pueblo Indian portraits which
were this season's art sensation ami
havo hitherto only been reproduced in
llrush and Pencil. Attractively bound
with engraved cover representing an-
cient Aztec calendar atone. Obtainable
for 25 cents at Atchison Topoka A
Santa Pe railway local ticket oftlco
Only a few eoplo- 'eft. Call early
of aggression keenest observers be-
llevelng it to bo more likely that tho
Boers will operate through Zulu "1
thus creating a diversion ot the 15000
British troops now chiefly massed at
Ladysmlth or in its neighborhood.
In the meanwhile or perhaps pre
vious to this a British army corps
consisting of 20000 men or more will
be sent out. Parliament will be sum
moned und no douht the necess---supplies
will ba wanted .though there
will be some hot debating'.
Regarding the plans of campaign of
the respective armies there is no reli-
able information though it to the gen-
eral assumption that tho main obict
of the British will bo the ctpture ot
Preorla The duration of the conflict
Is a matter of wide surmise through
the continental and British papers do
not express tho faintest doubt that It
will result In the defeat of the Boera
and the adldtlon of their country to
Great Brltlan'a colony.
Aiuniemeutr Meotlnc" ami KvenU
Take Place tbU I'ull.
Kline's Cineograph Oct. 2
Nickel Plate Shows Sept.
uingnng's circus Oct. 12
Guthrie street fair and fall carnival
Meeting of IC. of P. grand lodge
Laying ot corner atone Musonic tem-
ple Oct. 4.
Opening of Guthrie Grand opera
house Nov. 24.
Khcainpmont national guard Oct.23.
Operation new railroad Jan. 1 1900.
TO g triBB iR B && UN
an tr TV k r nnss unmm
EDUCATE FOR BUSINESS AT
LEARN TO EARN YOUR OWN BREAD AND BUTTER.
Prepare for future success by learning those branches essential to success and thos
thatliave a maiket value in the business world. The Capital City Business College
has the very best business course in the Southwest; an unexcelled Shorthand and
Typewriting course; a high.grade Normal Penmanship and Pen Art couise and the
only thorough and practical Commercial and Railway Telegraph course in the territo
ries. Young men and women whose early education has been neglected should enter
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Fall Term begins SejHember 6 1S99. For further information call on or address us at
CAPITAL GUY BUSINESS COLLIEG
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA.
Go to the Hotel Dally for first class
meals and board Mrs. Daugherty
irm.' If Tlt'j-i) IJL- l.fcfc.IL JL
IIS a. Uirltlon I
w Slrert m
W QUTIUllK T
"Sandy Hook N. J. 80p.. 20.
"Scwrotary Navy Yasbington:
"Olympla will go to Touipkiusvllle
Ot cour It was enough Dewey's
dcedf in Manila harbor have spoken
tor themselves. Thero was no need
ttor elaboration. Tbe Dewey episode
Stood without reference to diagram or
when a woman ia run-down with the drains
palna displacementa and weaknesaes pecu-
liar to her ex she age fast. The wrinkles
ui Vljr Thero'e in the cheeks van-
LvrV? jnunwholesome pallor breads
SifUn.r fl5lu.! Sbe om nervou-..
5Si"V d!eUT- She losea flesh and
draga aboutln a most miserable state of
rySiS" SVch a sicfc woman sccd
j. ie 5-.1 'vfhe Prescription. This
medicine vlj restore tbe Jooka of younger
way. It will do what powders and pauits
and beauUCera" can never do ft ia a
non-a coholic and nou-narcoUc preparation.
The stimulation and atreneth u imparts aie
jwrmauent. It cures alf the diauta.ii 1
flt?eulicomraony wlled "female troub-
!".. T'"6 o other remedy to good
for thia purpose When a medicine rfi.
".? P you aometbiusr eUe aa a auh-
atitute for it he ia attempting a peiaonal
Injury. Never tab nn -.1.1.... t- r.
""Ce'o Pavotite Pieacription
?hVe rtn " foc-r health more or lets all
my life." write Mr M V Ing of Le oup
1'ranU n Co. Kaua. A ciafit vTl Iha5
ulceratloa of Ibe womb and that an ..pcAtloa
would ha e to be performtd At Uit I wrote io
Dr Wercc oUclpVdvice r reeVlvTd anawn
alvlinit me loTry hU medldnet; hi. FaVori"
J-rwcriptloo' -Golden Medical Ulwew ind
alw bia 'Meaaant rellet..' In one month I
gained dgbt pound.. After taking two botUeJ
of eath nedtdne. J began to look lfka uVdio
and not like a wted akeletoo. That weary
tired feeling ha all left me." "
Dr. Pierce's Uemcdlea aro foi sale
at tho Kagle Drug Store.
A complete lino of school books and
school supplies at Lilllo's drug and
ItKAL I'JiTATE KKNTAI.S KTI'
JUT LUTHER WEST
notakv poblic and
J)ALE & BIERER
ANDBRSON HIIILUINO OKLAHOMA AVK
S. S. r.AWnBNCB
A. II. IIOSTON
St Lou Is an
J B. FAIRFIELD
OFFICE AND YARDS:
506 West Harrison Street.
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To get (;ood shooting first find Olsmlth and get a good gun aud
some of his extra jrood loaded shells (they cost no moro than
others not so well loaded) then find. a good placo to shoot and
there you aro.
All rail to country answered promptly.
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First slreeta duthrte 1'hQOC ll&r
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Practice in all the Courts.
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each Insertion. No advertisement taken for
less llianS6 cents.
"Money to patent good ideas inar he sec-
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coin countr for Guthrie property.
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hotua Leader one year and the Farm Journ-
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OfUce over Wheeler's Drug Store.
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SPECIALTIES: Surelaal Operations and
Ulsea.es of Women.
Will go auvwhere In the territory In con-
kultailou or to perform operations
WANTBD-SEVBRALDHiailT AND IION-
est Dersonstorenrekent usasManacers
la tbi. and close counties. Salary ifOOO a
year and expenses. Str.ileht uona-llde no
moie no less salary Position permanent.
Our references any Lank in any town. Its
mainly offlce worV conducted at home
ltefrronce. Enclose self addreosed stamied
enveloive The Dominion Company Dept
MEN AND WOMEN GOOD ADDRESS TO
tra el and appoint agents salary $T5 month
expenses rapid 'advancement Unusualy
brilliant opportunity. Address wltn refer
enco.IlUTLBK & ALQEK. New Haven Oonu
Its E Okla. Ave.
Guthrie O. T
Factory outside trust beatinc trust prices
seeks representation on ground its regulars
don't cover. Com. on season' trade. Free
samples. Corp. P. O. 1371. New ork.
MEN AND W 'MEN. GOOD ADDBKSS. TO
travel and appoint agents; salary ITJ month.
vnni.a- rantd advancement. TJnusuallT
militant opportunity. Address with refer-1
eace UUTLEU & ALOER New naven.Conn. l
Talto the most popular route
The Frisco Line via
on WICHITA to
and all points East
and all points North and Was
Pasenger train leaves Oklahoma City
0. 15 a. m. arrives in St. Louis tho foi-
ling morning 7. 15 a. m Paisenger
train leaves St. Louis at 8. 30 p. ra. ar-
rives in Oklahoma City tho following
evening atO. 20. p.m. Close connections
are made with tho Santa Fc both at
Oklahoma City and Wichita.
Our train service is unsurpassed
We carry latest improved seat and
chair cars also tho Luxurious Pnllman
Observation Sleepors. Aro you plan-
ning an outing.
has a world wide reputation as a won-
ful Health and Pleasure Resort tho
curative properties of whose waters
havo no equal on the American conti-
nent and the grandeur of the scenery
surpassas that of Colorado.
When purchasing your tickets see
that they read via the Frisco Line
For fnrther particulars as to rates
time etc. apply to
J. F.DUNN T. F. &P. A.
II. JT. VOAKOII 1IKVAN HNVDKIt
Uenernl Manager Ueu'l I'b... At
l'riott o I'allU Varade and Kamival Krew
Kansas City Sept. 28 Oct 8th 1800
for the above occasion wo will sell
round trip tickets Guthrie to Kansas
City at ono fare for round trip Tick-
ets on sale September S7th to Oct 7th
good to return October Ob. Tickets
good on going passage on date of sale
and continuous passage in each direc-
tion. A J. Corkin
Agent Santa V
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 106, Ed. 1, Monday, October 2, 1899, newspaper, October 2, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74652/m1/2/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.