The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 106, Ed. 1, Monday, October 2, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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IS PURE. 1
A trial "will convince you of its merits
The New Pall Sap is now in. We will be
pleaded to supply your table with this
THE BEST BRAND PRODUCED.
lift Can riraic Yon.
S. I FRANKLIN.
High Grade Grocer
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4 All Kinds of Conveyancing
40 Notary in Office
The Hagan Abstract Co. STiS?" gj
Insurance Written I. FRANK IAI1X.
Appeal of n Anzloui Mother who Dulrti
to Find HcrSoB
Fur a Ions' ttmo I have been ceeking
Information as to the fate of nay son
Mark Neumayor whether living or
dead. I fear ho has wet with foul
play To all who havo over known
iny son I appeal for Information as to
when and whero he was last soen or
heard from. To tho papers of this
city Mid territory and elsewhere
willing to assist a deeply distressed
mother to clear the mystery of her
ion's disappearance I appeal with a
request to publish this article. I will
be very grateful.
Mbb. L. Nkumaykr
Dizziness loss of appetite flatulency
and nausea are all connected rr'th
dyspoysia or indigestion HERUINB
will glvo prompt relief Price 60 cts.
Sold by P U Llllle A Co and Wheeler
It is announced that the prelimin-
ary surrey of the Muskogee townslte
will be completed this week and for-
warded to Washington for approval
The stubborn cases of bronchitis
succumb to DALLARD'S 110UE-
1I0UN0 SYRUP. Prlco 25 and ISO cts.
Sold by P. B. Llllio A Co. and Wheeler
'I he contest for the receivership of
the Enid land office is causing consider-
able stir among tho politicians of tho
West Side 0. M. Keigerof Jefferson is
a candidatu for tho place and every-
body is for him or torao other good
Grant county man Mr. Keiger has
not been in Uuthrie on this matter and
neither has he sent anybody or autho-
rized anybody to bo in his behalf but
when the petitions are all in Grant
county will be heard from.
Jlote to I'rnrenl Croup
Wo havo two chlldien who are sub-
ject to attacks of croup Whenever an
attack In coming on my wife givos
them Chamberlain's Cough Romody
and it always prevents the attack. It
is a household necessity in this county
and no matter what else wo run out of
it would not do to be without Cham-
berlain's Oough Remedy. More of It is
sold hore than of all other cough med-
icines combined. J. M. Nlckle of
Nlckle Bros. merchants Nlcklovllle
Pa. Por sale by all druggists.
For Nerve Strength and Blood Health.
TUG MfiCR OP THE BODY IS 14 STRONG NERF.S.
THE Lire OP THE IIODV IS IS 1'IRE ilLOOD.
VlBorfti ro a ponofij uerre. brain nl blood
TochI 1ter tevd tbe LrUn. build up repair ii(t
Blrenstbcn wnaled worn ajiil llrw iivrvvi purify
nniS enrich tbo blood nml semi It Inamllng throucli
vTcrr Ti'ln ind artvrr. make ursrf urcnu tu Kt
ana causa jou to tingio yiun new ik
Jfuiy iw Utah nmtt or impure W.xvll Jlnyiu lirt tturgy nmlHUon or riaort It iur tntmnry
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irotiutn pnrl aftltltil icilh nnyn Xhr l(ir kc tfior to ywr tri. tr hurt yvu uny cf the tvtnitoin$
airnttontd aSifl TUrn Ur VKiOIIIXI ami ou will en urll.
I'rr trrntiurnt Nrnt iirrimlil ny utiill. IHMintdc'nr buturdcrnow.
MAZiYDOn JVEFO. CO. X2.C c OlOO. Xnnonatfea. Ohio.
WIIITF.' CREAM VERMIPUQE is a
highly valuable preparation capablo
from the promptitude of Its action
of clearing the system in a few hours
of every worm. Price 25 cts Hold by
P. It Llllle & Co and Whoelcr A. Son
JPV m:o JLlde.
Tako tho most popuiar routo to St.
Louis and all points cast Kansas City
and all points north and west.
Santa Pc trains make close connec-
tions at Oklahoma City and Wichita
for all points on the Frisco lino.
St Louis and Kansas City mail and
express leaves Oklahoma City at 0:15.
every morning; leaves St. Louis at 6:10
every evening and arrives at Oklahoma
City at 8 20 the following evening.
Through reclining chair cars with-
out change Pullmam palace sleepers
from Monctt to St. LouIb and Kansas
City. You can secure berths before
Further information will bo cheer
fully glvon by the nearest agont or
1. P. Dunn T. P. and P. A.
lvnoN Snydkii O. P. A.
i St. Louis Mo.
m f An.l A lnrtn t
TOf BliT"i 'ii'iiT-T'iin' rfi'rrffiii'ii r Twf
If you want a good well-
1 can suit you both
i i ijf
on me. I
as to terms
Over Bank of Indian Territory
in school stationery at
Tho new cotton compress in Shaw-
nee la In operation.
Fathor Standaort of tbo Alva Catho-
lic churob has returned from a trip
To bo tloklcd smoke the Uuthrie
The result of tho queen contest will
bo announced at Kline's Cinematao
graph Entertainment tonight.
Ramsays expect to Bell SO bales of
cotton batts for comfort filling at their
speolal sale Wednesday next October
Admiral Dewoy has declined tho In
vltation of Dewey county residents to
come out and visit his namesakes.
WontedA good man with small
family to worK on farm Apply to J.
N. Wallace nt Corner drug store
The territorial game warden will
make anyono hard to catch if caught
shooting quail before the 15th of this
"There are several ways it scorns"
said a man this morning who shouts
tho praises of ono lady and votes for
Tho Chickasaw legislators aro gen
erally opposed to the abolition of trib-
al governments before the expiration
of the eight yoar limit provided In the
treaty wnn tno uawes commission.
Wanted At once. Good dining room
girl at the Midland hotel Arkansas
City Kas. Good wcges Enquire of
Mrs Nettle K. Rcppeto at Iletcl
Judgo Burford and members of the
staff Clerk Hart Stenographer Buck-
ner and Bailiff Orner left yesterday
for Stillwater. A two woek'b term of
court convenes there today
Sec that elegant new stock of Bibles
at Lillle's lust received.
Mrs. DarcuB Brown a colored wo-
man has filed suit for divorce from
her husband on the ground that "he
was false to his matrimonial duties."
Judge Thomas of the northern dis-
trict has decided that these who bor-
rowed money from theCherokecs after
their last annuity must pay it back
Tho Now York hardware store yes
terday loaded two wagons with stoves
and cooking utensils for one of the
grading contractors of the Eastern
Paul Poster writes to his father
Probato Judge Poster that ho Is in
company D United States volunteer
Infantry stationed at Fort Riley and
that he expects soon to be made ord
At a regular called election under
order from tho adjutant general's of-
fice Company A of this city
elected tho following ofilcers:
Captain Will Booth. First Llcutonant
George Dunnlca Second Lieutenant
Mr. Fred Friedley came down from
Perry last night to tako a position
with tho Grand Leader and was found
this morning at his post of duty Mr.
Prledloy Is a good salesman who thor-
oughly understands tbo clothing and
shoe business llo was ono of tho early
day boys of Guthrlo and has a large
circle of friends Fred's mission in
Guthrlo is to do business for tho only
Show Hrigbt's Kidney Pills save
more lives than any other kldnoy med-
icines put together. They euro kidney
troubles and prevent Brlght's disease.
Prlco 25c. For sale byi J. N. Wallace.
Mr. Joseph Illrsch of llirsch & Kauf-
man proprietors of the Grand Leader
emporium left hurriedly yesterday for
New York to buy almost a complete
stock of goods for tbo Graud Lcador
made necessary by their Immense sales
since their opening. Tho business
dono by this firm has been wonderful
and the proprietors propose now to
inako it the most wonderfully low
priced house in Oklahoma.
I wanted Boro Oarbol Salve.but look
something supposed to be just as good.
Next time I will trade where I can get
what I want. lloro-Carbol Salvo will
euro eczema burns scalds and old
chronic sores. Cures piles. Price 25c.
Por sale by J. N. Wallace.
Director Widmeyer of tho U S.
Weather Bureau leaves tomorrow for
Salt City Otab having been transfer-
red to that station at his own jequcst'
lie has suffered greatly for the past
two or three yearn with tho asthma
and he hopes to get relief at Salt Lake.
U L Ball of the Salt City station was
sent here laBt month when Mr. Wid-
meyer took his vacation. Mr. Ball
will again take charge as director at
this place. Okla. City Times Journal.
Z Dt5.nfial Mention
Slg Llcbmau Is here from Dal! ts
Rov. Illcks left today for El Re vj.
R. A. Heath of Now York is in the
T J. Eaton of Kansas City Is In the
E. A. Doughty left toJay for Chick-
Isha Rev. A. B. Nicholas left today for
John A. Pulton of La Grange Ills. Is
in tho city.
Catarrh but cured It with Bunsen's
Crerm Catarrhal. She can now breathe
freely and her breath is sweet and
pure. Cream Catarrhal Is guaranteed.
For sale by J. N. Wallace'
The Giant Oaks
society Is doing a
Searchlight pills will keep you from
having chills. 10c a bottle. Samples
free at Lillle's drug store.
The jury in the case of Mary A. Mc-
Cartey vs. Town of Norman brought
in a verdict for the city only allowing
Mrs. McCartey $515. She sued for
81750 but Judge Burwoll knocked off
82sS ard the jury 81000 giving her
only 2500 for physical suffering and
815 for doctor bills. Mrs. McCartey
received her injuries from a defective
sidewalk in the city of Norman. Nor-
lloxv Often Itai Mother
Arose from her bed at night In alarm
at the rapsy cough of baby. We all
know at once the dread destroyer
croup has arrived. Do not hesitate.
Give Bunseu'a fine Tar Cough Honey
At once. Keep a bottle in the house.
For sale by J N. Wallace.
If tour eyes bother you
JBd tret a com1
La (they cost no WL WALLiAOB.
en gad a good place to shoot-
Attorney J. R.
Cottingham is back
Dr. John Threadglll of the Norman
Sanitarium is at tho Royal.
W. G. A. Jouts and wife of Oklaho-
ma City are at the Royal.
A. E. R. Metsncr and wife of St.
Louts are guests at the Royal.
Mrs. St. John will preach at the M-
E. Church this evening
Editor Tom Woolsoy of the Mulhall
Enterprise was in the city today.
Attornoy General Cunningham re-
tnrned from Wichita last night.
Postmaster John Leonard of Ed
mond and K II. Jayno callod on the
Chief Justice and Mrs. John H. Bur-
ford have returned from an extended
visit to their old home in Indiana
Sheriff and Mrs Prank Rinchart
spont yesterday at Evansvllle the
guests of Mr. Rlnchart's brother.
Judge and Mrs. J. H. Burford arc
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Cheek
of San Joec Cala. Mrs. Burford's par-
ents. c Some people aro so mean that thov
won't oven speak tho truth unless It Is
lor tno purpose of hurting some one's
E. M. Shutt of Pueblo Is in the cltv.
Mr. Shutt Is one of tbo contractors on
the grade work of tho Eastern Okla
Dr Threadglll superintendent of
the Norman sanitarium was in Guth
rie today settling with the auditor for
tno last quarter.
Mrs. C. C Knelsley and sons Wal
lac and McKay will nrrlvo In Guthrie
tomorrow night from Davenport la
their old home.
Herb Mock who has been connected
with a largo clothing store at Pawnoo
for tho last year arrived in Gathrio
last night to take a position with
uovy's xioc-nive doming store.
Augustus P. Kcach arrived Saturday
from Wichita Mr. Keach will tako a
position with White the joweler Ho
will make his home with his sisters
tuc misses ueacn oi us ast urant
Judgo T J Lowe returned yester
day from a two weeks' trip through
me inuian Territory in tbo interest of
his Insurance company. Judge Lowo
says the best people of tho Indian Tor
ritory arc anxious for statohood with
Old fashions in dress may be revived
but no old fashioned mediciue can re
place Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea llemcdy. For Bale by all
I Town Topics.
Mrs. J. W. Daughorty gives strict
auention to ail transient trade.
If you want pure
drugs buy them
to Literature a
received at the
Everything in the school book lino
at tho Eagle Drug store
Try Troy Laundry Phone 4
New books aro being received daily
at Lillle's and PostofUce book store.
Por Pure Drugs
Uo to Lillle's Drug Store.
The pian of the reserve fund of the
Giant Oaks is not surpassed by any.
Try Troy Laundry for fine work
First Reader jusl
Eagle Drug Store.
Hats to suit all faces and in overy
imaginable style at Mrs A. P. Saun
Ramsays will sell cotton batts at
their special sale next Wednesday
October 4th about as cheap as you can
buy raw cotton in tho bale.
Mrs. A. P. Saunders has just received
a large assortment of walking Tarn
O'ShanterS and golf hats. Call and see
For up to date fine stationery gu to
OallyiLeader 5 cents a copy.
White girl for housework. None but
experienced need apply
Mrs Chas Pond
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Cures Impotency Night Emissions and
wasting diseases all effects of 8elf-
abuse or excess and indis-
Wood lmlliler. Brln; the
i IV vr pinic glow topaiechce-i.ana
restores the Are of youth.
By mail fiOc per box: O boxes
lor ijia.fjUi with a written Rimrnn-
tco to euro or refund tlio mouey.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
tlntoo A Jackson Sts. CHICAqo ILL.
For sale by WALLACE & MULLER
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The most wonderful discovery of the ace The 1&
greatest factors known to the scientific world for the IX
relief of suffering humanity
5. J. :E2Xi:E2.A
Osteopath and Magnetic Healer. X
Has opened offices at the corner of First and Vilas afc
and is prepared to treat all forms of chronic disease IS
without the aid of nauseating drugs. This method of !j!
treating disease is along simple and scientific lines T
realizing that the human body is a perfect and intri- "
cate machine constructed by a perfect master and
capable of running smoothly till worn out by old age. $
Osteopathy and Magnetism removes ob&tructions jft
from the circulation cleanses the blood of its impur- A
ties imparts new life to the muscular and organic 2
systems and brings health and vigor to all who may !
so will J t$
The following is a partial list of the diseases sue
ceasfully treated by this wonderful system. $
Sich and Nervous Headaches. Throat Affections'
Goitre Pleurisy Lumbago. Rheumatism Liver Com- X
plaints Spinal Diseases Kidney Troubles Paralysis 2
Diseases of the Stomach Female Irregularities Deaf-
ness Eye Affectations etc. etc.
Do not think jou can never be well. Place your- k
self under this wonderful treatment aud be healed. X
Until larger apartments can be secured we will H
office corner of First and Vilas. W
E. J. ELSE A
Oeslopath and Magnetic Ile.-tlfir.
X Oansultation without charge. GUTHRIE. O. T.
DON'T WAIT A MINCTE
Oood Watolieg AbaolutcljlYce.
We want your name for PASTIME
abr'ght clean Illustrated story and
humorous paper for the family circle
10 large pages only 75c a year on
trial 4 months 10c Wo give a nlckle
silver watch to each subscriber a neat
medium-size watch guaranteed for
ouo year. Will keep time for many
years as accurately as a 3100 watch
Aud for a little work Wo glvo Qold
Watches Ulcycles Sowing Machines.
GunB etc Sample nndpartlcularsfree
Send us your address to-day If you
do no more and see how easily you
can got something nice you want. Wc
will surprise you. Pleaso don't wait a
miuute. send now. Hotter enclose S
stainns for trial subscription and pre-
sent or 33 stamps for watch and paper
while the watches aro going free- The
PASTIME Pub. Company Louisville
Tho colored work in Higgle Uerry
Rook is an immense aid to berry grow-
ers It shows the leading bor
rles true to size shape and oolor
They wore first carefully painted
by an experienced artist and then re-
produced by lithography at a cost of
over one thousand dollars. Aside from
tho color work thcro aro scores of re-
productions made directly from photo-
graphs of berries so that tho reader
may have an accurate idea of them.
See publishers' announcement in an-
other colum. Tho price is SO cents
frco by mail; address the publishers
Wllmer Atkinson Co. Philadelphia.
A good Upright Piano. S130. Prof.
Lohrcr Star Bazaar Rullding.
Our advice to ourreaders lsthatifyou
feel weak or If you havo no appetite
headache or If you are costive or bili-
ous to take a dose or two of Schaaps
Vegetable Liver Poss at bed time and
then a few doses of Schaaps Tasteless
Chill euro in the morning and it will
surprise yon for it will make a now
man out of yvu- It is for sale by all
druggists and dcclers in medicine.
If interested in horses cows or
sheep tako the Farm Journal. Wo
will glvo this paper for tho bolanco of
1899 and all of 1900 1001 1903 and lk)03
nearly five years to all subnerib rs
now or old who pay for tho Oklah una
Weekly Leader a year ahoad This
iter is for a short timo only.
Farm Journal for the balance of 1809
and all of 1000 1901 1902 and 1U03
nearly five years to ovory subscriber
who will pay ono year In advance for
the Oklahoma Weekly i.t isr No
better farm paper than the Farm
Journal This offer U only made to a
limited number tho first who coino
Tho Farm Journal is the boiled down
hlt-tho nall-on-thc-hcad paper out to
fit tho wide awake farmer and villager.
Wo give the Farm Journal for tho bal-
adce of 18G0 and all of 1000 1001 1003
and 1003 nearly ilvo years as a prizo
to overy onu of our tubacrlbora who
will pay a year ahoad for tho Okla-
homa Weekly Leader
Do you keep chickens? Then you
ought to havo tho Farm Journal. Wo
gWo it In clubbing with tho Oklahoma
Weeltly Leader both for tho prlco of
our paper only. Pay up a year ahead
and tho Farm Journal will come for
the balance of 18U9 and all of 1900
1901 1003 and 1903 nearly five years
and get to you if you aro on thlscontl
Call at the old Star Bazaar building
where you will find a complete line of
household goods.consistingof carpets
rugs lamps and furniture of all de-
scriptions; also musical instruments'
from French harps up to the finest of
pianos. The most complete stock of
undertaking goods in the city. Calls
answered day and night. 'Phone 8G.
REDER & MALLOW.
S In order to encourage everyone
X. who can do bo to
and flower parade we are selling
CllEPE TISSUE PAPER
WE HAVK SPOOL
American TlBBue Carnival J
Colors por qulro Hj
F. B. LILLIE & Co.
vm l A. DOUGLAS The Guthrie Jeweler.
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