Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 9, 1899 Page: 2 of 8
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GAIN we will demonstrate the already well-known indisputable fact that the Grand
Leader is prominently THE store in Guthrie where biggest values are attainable.
Guthrie's Greatest Showing of
Toys Books Games and Dolls
And everything marked at the lowest prices. Goods selected now will be laid aside if
desired on payment of a small deposit and delivered when wanted Santa Claus is at the
Grand Leader and extends a hearty invitation to come and see him and the world of beauti-
ful things he has gathered about him here. Bring the children.
Atbwms Toilet Sets and Fancy Roxra Vary appropr.ats Christmas gifts
Albums We have as elegant tseortmeet that yen aan't duplicate for
treble the prfee wi ask S aad as cheap a
Ifauey sewlntr boxes complete and mital )ewel anil trinket boss
worth soo only
Complete Hm of shaving and maoieore Ml wortk up to SI Go
for fia 10 and aa tow m ... 4e
Oollar and caff U'ih-Ar elegant aster Unas U worth three Unset
Wuftt wa ab a..v) and s cheap ea 4ta
Firs Kid Doll bisque head H Inches lonj: He
Elegant join tod Doll bisque btad. wot lap ty .teaoeoooioly isnmmi
Fins KM Itoby Dol. bisvM hesd.M lacks loaf wif. abeos steektago
A lorfre aenertmeat of CbrUiaas troo oreaaseate eteg-aat colore nw
shae as. sash fte
In addition to tbs above uaiueet'oHAb4e bargain yon will
atorv It one great bargain emporium W do not soil a low
tow Id quote you tan times a many bargains bat spues and
setting goods in every department
jflftoue IRooin IRccessan? ! I
.Finding; the larve room we now occupy in
adequate lo accomodate our immense slock and our in-
creasing trade wo have leased the build las; Adjoining
iih on Ihe enst and For the present will us it for the ex-
clusive display of or mammoth stock of holiday
lad eeery dessrUseot overflowlaf with ooportualtiee to save money Oar entire
..4UIa etaiM s.A tMm sSeanal. all aahfHt S at at ft ntnekai lata I maeeefcri em. i SiliWaa Was
ties see bio tptss Mid we aak you to aejept these as a Mtatolc of tbe way we are
fbo ! 3f oi (Jforfstmns I
. We are all ready now with the largest collri
tion of Toys and Holiday Goods ever shown under one
roof. No use to look elsewhere. Coots direct to head-
J quarters. Bring the children find kit I asm toll their
ft heir wnnis to Santa
Missionaries are at Work in
Two inlHiionarlta from the Mormon
church of Utah are aanvassltiR Quth-
rli sooklug converts to their faith
They go from house anil Introduce
tboruaoWoB when tho door is opened
to them hy Bay In (
"We are re I nit tar of Christ going
about seeking to win aoula to our re-
ligion We belong to tha Church of
Unrlel better known a the Church of
Latter Day Salute If you have no
objection we would like to cow a In
ami talk with you "
Often the door In closed oa them but
i hay find many who are willing to
talk with them It la generally wo
man that they talk to and tha con-
versation generally turn very quick
ly to Congroiraan Roberts of Utah
nod his three wives. The missionaries
do not wish to dlbeuM this quuBtion.
saying it Is a political rathor than to-
llgloua one To those who will aeaept
them they give tracts explaining their
bull (5 f.
Tha mlnalonarioB are well dressed
woll educated man who never lose
their toRipor at the hitter things that
ure MimetlmoH Raid to them
Mormon iniaaionartes always travel
In natra following the example of
I'lirUt who aunt hie diaciplea out that
way to preach the gope)
i Santa Claus
Come i but oncu a yanr. Most people $
)ect hlin until the lnat ittomattt arnil tkavftfl
is hurry nnd scurry to prorida Im Bis awfa.
Dou'l do that tUJi year.
Now is the time lo make ysf Mitetfas
vtit our stock is cowpleLe.
Purciwises upon wiiich part iMtymentt tft
mUs will bf laid aside. As wual vs wilt V
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I OK CIISKKS. AMI CAUKiriih
A SrtMl ( iilsprttr KiuiulnHtlmi tu r
llt.LI.lKnn.4ry J. 1800.
The United tltelae Civil Service Com
mifehlon announces that a special tx
atnlnatlon will be held hy iu post
oftieu hoard of examlnora In the city
und on January 3 1900 commencing
tttua. m. for tha positionB of clerk
and carrier la tha postodlee in Una
The examination will counst of
pelllae arlthiuetie lotter-wrlttng
poninanshlp eopylnK from plain copy
KeoL'rapky of the United StatoB and
raading addrMfios. Tho arithmetic
will eonBlat of Ustn in tho fundatnunt-
a. principloa cxtoaulng as far aa com
inon and decimal fractions and om
Hit H(?e liniltatloHH are as fol'ows:
Clerk not lsa than 18 yuarB
Carrier between itl and 40
Applicants for enrrler muat wc.Rh
not le iban 125 pounds must be not
lets than .' ft 4 la 1 1 hoieht and
meat Ale with their application!) a
medical certificate on form 11 show-
them to La not under the required
weight and height and to poseeea tho
requl'ed nkyieal qMallneailons
No application will be aeeepied for
thU examination unless filed In com-
plete form with ihe board at the post
office iu (lathrle. before hour of sloa-
lntrumebs on December 30 1899.
Thm examination 1b open to a!l clti-
irnt of the UnltiMl tStatos who may do-
aire to enter tho service and who
somp'y with the rwinlriinontB. All
mi'h pertona ars Invitud to apply hnt
atiei.uuB ta invited to tbu fact that it
i prai'iU'e of tha poAioiOce department
in making appointment to the grades
of clerk and carrier to give preference
to tbo eligible who are leral resi-
dent of the territory Included within
the general postal de ivery of the city
in which the examination i held
Sutject to this preference appUsHiits
will h examined graded and oertllie 1
with entire impartiality and wholly
wunout regard to uny oouBiuernunn
ave thetr ability as ihown by the
grade they attain In th examination
For application blanks (forms 101
and lift) full InatruotlonB. specimen
examination aushUon aail information
; relative to the duties and salaries of
. the different position snd the loca
I Uoh of the examtnaiioR room apply
to tbe secretary of the heard of exam-
! Inera at the pcstoalce in the city nam
(h!.IK M riHKlN"
Nei rptury I ea Ht.arJl
iabr.o H aiutna
ft a s tvXHUntlm
1 I II I c ffi$L ""C
ELY'S CltCAM ItAI.M It podtlTAPttre.
ApiIr Into tbe lumtfui. it ji quirkly ilotbd. M
ctnu t Dre;cilf or by mki' . mplf ier. bt roiil.
JU.Y UHOTIlKltS. IC WuifO 8l New Terk Olt
All members ef Guthrie Ledgo No.
490 It 1.0 Elks and all vttitlng Blka
who may be in Uutbrle are earnestly
requeiitnd to attend memorial eervlecs
or 'Ledge of Sorrow" December 10th
at 3 p. in at Uuthne Oklahoma. The
bar auoelatloh of Okiah ma la sor
d ally Invited to attei d iaid meetiug
in memory of the late Samuel L. Over
street United State diatrlet attorney
Thei-e services will be public and the
public Is invited to at'end
0. U Hoknok. K. R.
J FoDiAHT. ties.
$ MONEY I
ami wo tB en
ail or fart of thr time
canHot Uobcttcr tkan
wrttn ucateace No
ixtt Care Will adv-
xncf rlBtt partita toon as reaaeaaltlc aWllti
is aA t oiuio paylnK tmi wttary an
cxtnifk information tree.
HUE&Oo. Sfl Fifth Ave.
The Leader haTlng put In a
new Otto gas engine hns n
Webber engina for salt rt
has been ueftd three ytare and
ib In good repair. TtrnW hulf
cash half on Urns.
Tha LeaeVr ai u has a c amp
bell p"eee fw tale uu sawe
term Will print 7eolumn
fui h Iu good tepair capacity
1 ''On an ti-iur
Is more delightful in winter
than tha Mediterranean.
The Santa Fa Hottte la tha
shortest and moht oomfort-
able ronte to California.
UluBtratod doserlptlve books
and particulars of rate daily
and llmlted-traln berrlee and
tourist excursions furnished
A J. CORKINS
OtfTIIKIIt t). T. fl
a )) 6a )$&$
y Iu the ShiiIa lFr Ittiute.
Three times & week from
Newt Improved wlda-
vestlbnled Pullman Tourist
Bleeping Oars. Hotter than
ver before at lowest po-
Bxperloneed excursion oon-
due tors Also daily service
between Chieogo and Cull-
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Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 9, 1899, newspaper, December 9, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74709/m1/2/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.