Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 80, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 6, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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PffE LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
DR. STURGIS In order to bofair and impartial to all and
for the benefit of many who have not availed themselves of his
liberal offer has decided to extend the period of free treatment
during ' j month of March.
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Dr. Sturgis treatment is vastly differene from that of many
CATARRH-The treatment is mild and
agreeable and based upon scientific princi-
ples. A cure guaranteed In each case ac-
In all cases which nave not been neglected
so long as to destroy the ear drum and au-
RHEUMATISM in all its forms per-
manently cured In all cases.
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASE5-
From whatever cause thoroughly eradicated.
Perfect and permanent cure? guaranteed in
all cases undertaken. Every form of chronic
diseases successfully treated. Patients be-
gin to improve almost from the first day.
Call on or
DR. W. E. STURGIS SPECIALIST
PERSMjANiENT OFFICE aver "Leader Oftlco 107 "West Harrson Avo.
Off loo hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. rn. Sunday 9 to 12 a m
ST. LOUIS X- SAN FRANCISCO KAILWAY CO.
Take the most Popular Route the Frisco Line via Oklahoma
JCity or Wichita t
ST. LOUIS and all points east
KANSAS CITY and all points north and west.
Eureka Springs has a world wide reputation as a wonderful
health and pleasure resort the curative properties of whose
waters have no equal on the American continent and the grand-
eur of the scenery surpasses that of Colorado.
Passenger train leaving Oklahoma City at 9:50 a.m. and
Wichita at 1:20 p. m. arrives in
at 7:25 making close connection with all trains for the east
Passenger train leaving St. Louis at 9 p. m daily arrives in Ok-
lahoma City the following evening at 6 o'clock and "Wichita at
8:30 p.m. making close connections at Wichita aud Oklahoma
City with the Santa Pe. Our service is unsurpassed. We carry
latest improved seat and chair cars also Pullman observation
sleepers between St. Louis Oklahoma City and Wichita.
When purchasing your tickets see that they read via the
Frisco Line. For further particulars call on or address
B. F. DUNN Dist. Pass. Agt. Wichita Kas.
BRYAN SNYDER. Gen Pass. Agt. St. Louis Mo.
B. F. YOAKUM General Manager .
I 8 The New
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Memphis Jhe East i Southeast
Solid Wide Vestibuled Trains.
RAPID SCHEDULES CLOSE CONNECTIONS
AT CONVENIENT HOURS.
C. B. HART den'l West. Ai;t.
Oklahoma City O.
J. F. UOLOEN Traffic
Ho continues to make this cfifer fo
tbo naroo reason that ho ubb boon
making It for tbo past tbrco wcoks !a
older to become rapidly acquainted
with all sufferers with chronic olsoflsca
and to convince all such thf.t bo can
euro tho most Btubtton nnd compli-
cated caBeo. He docs not ask tbo peo-
ple to toko hint on faith. Ho wishes
to provo to them to their own satisfac-
tion that they havo at last secured
tho services of a true specialist.
So well known has this become that
even now tho good bo is doing has
spread among tho pooplo and many
wuo visit nts otueo ao so without re-
gard to tho free offer but seek his aid
because they are sore tboy will receive
what tboy requiro in the way of a
'cure as many have already been ben-
efited or cured by hla superior treatment.
KIDNEY AND BLADDER-TROUBLES
Relieved at once.
DISEASES OF WOMEN Quickly
curcu oy new ana superior memoun howl
awaywuu so roucn 01 me pain so
experienced in ordinary treatment.
SPEOIAL DISEASES And Weak-
ness of men ncrvons debility cured per-
manently and speedily.
DISEASES OF HEART. Stomach
and JLlver treated by uptodatc methods
with results that are marvelous.
St. Louis the following morning
A. P. KIDWfiLL T. P. A.
T. Oklahoma City O. T.
Manager Uttk psxK Ark.
Weatherford O. T.
Trains wl 1 arrive and depajrt from the
principal stations at the following hours:
Lv Memphis Ar e 10
1 12 Forest OltyLv 4 17
S 01 nrlnklev 3
2 4 Dc Valla Uluff 2 42
2 57 Hazed 2 27
3 10 Carlisle 2 08
3 33 ........... Lonoke 1 61
6 57 Perryvlllc b 69
7 31 Qtisa 9 96
7 bo....-..... Ola 9 oa
8 2S Danville 8 3fl
9 Si Magazine 7 3fl
10 sL Mansfield 8 12
S.T. L.S.W. F. Crow's;
10 57. Hartford 5 50
Jl 30... Ilowo 6 03
K. a r 4 G. Crossing
i. Wl.tr.... fig
nm S. T. L. & S. P. Gross'K
I 40 Uartshornc 2 4S
South McAlestcr j ;j
M. ic & T. Crossing am
5 2t.. Tecumsoh 10 65
5 30 Shawnoe 10 40
7 10 -...Oklahoma City 0 07
A. T. &S. F. Oross'g
8 27 El Heno . ... 8 13
C. It. I. & P. Crossing
8 44 Fort lleno 7 55
10 15 Ar Weathertord Lv 6 as
Wide vcstlbuled Keclining Ohalr
cars. Scats frco. Modern day coach
us. Pullman SlcoporB. Call on near-
est ticket agent for full particulars
relative to through connection cast or
west or address
C. B 11 art General western agent
J. F. liolden Traffic Manager Little
Henry Wood General Manager Lit-
tle Rock Ark
la as important to anBuolncss
House as a good credit.
Will print you on Bhort notica at
CARDS OF ALL KINDS
Blank Books and
Is a vista of oso gardonn
and groves of orange and
lemon. No alienators no
raosquitos no malaria
no sultry nights; hut joyous
outdoor life and entrancing
Tho California limited
Santa Fn Route will take
yoa there in the most
A. J. CORKIN8.Airon;
I have a large ljst of lots
business and residence
property some of which are
I am in a position to furnish
loans on farm property at a
rate of inteiest that -will
meet all competetioru Come
and see me before doing
Jlopm 14. over Cyploneon Di-
vislonm; Guthrie. ' "" " "
BRAZ. X8TATK KKNTAL8 KT0.
Notary Pdblic and
PHYSICIANS A JHUUOKONH
J)R C. S. PETTY
DISEASES OF EAR NOSE
All call to country answered promptly
Office and residence' cor. Oklahoma
First streets uutnne Phone 115
L. J. Hiatt M. D. Res. 503 E. Noblo.
VV. P. RAKHft M. D Res. 410 E. Noblo.
JJIATT & BAKER
Office opp. Wnooler's Drug Store
Dr. Jas. Clark.
SPECIALTIES: Surgbal Operations and
Diseases of Women.
Will go anvwhorc In the territory In con-
sultation or to perform operational
HOW. Okla. Ave.
Guthrie O. T
Kunlco It. IIiuulll lf. 1.
iinn Jifini)intiiuiiilll ni. II.
(Formerly Prof or Ophthal-
mology Chicago Clinical
Drs Hamill & Hamill
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
Office and Residence 120 east Okla. ave
Glasses accurately llttad.
X)ALE & BIEREEL
ANDEKSON milLUIWV OKLAHOMA AVE
S. S. LAWKENCE. A II. HUSTON
Lawrence & huston
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prnctico in all the Courts.
Office in Sihncll Building Okla. Avo
J. H. BENNETT
Plans and Specification
furnished on application
Capitol Lodge No. 1 Itoyal Tribe of Joseph
mectB every Saturday nlKht at 7 30 o'clock
In Odd Fellows' hall. Vlstalng memoum
will be made welcome.
3T. II. nUDBIt. W. V.
A. A. MKACIIAM Scribe.
Hartrantt Post No. 3 0. A. R. meets on
drat and third Saturdaya in each month at
7:30 p. m. in probate court room Visiting
comrades always welcome.
W II. HEROD. P. a
M. I-. MOCK Adjutnant.
Quthrte damp No. t Wooamen of tat
World mets every Monday nlKht In the IC.
of P hall. Visiting-Woodmen are welcome
J. U. TOWKKS.
WM. OREQORY. Con. Com.
Guthrie Lodfre No. a. P. & A. M. Reg-
ular meeting third Wednesday evening in
each month at 8 o'clock All brothren cord I
ally Invited to Attend.
H. P. ARDBRY Sec.
O. II. WILLIS W. M.
i o. jc m. meets every Friday niK
Kof hall. VjsltlnechtefM alwaa welcome
II. C. ItlTf KRUUSOII Saohem
II. C IUUNEY Chief of Kecon a.
Naomi Itcoekah Lodge. No. z L 0. O. V.
roeeultm and tin. -d Tuesday at 7t30 In the
Odd Fcllowa nail In tne Weinberger buna
Ingj VUltora welcome
MATTIB DOUGHTY N.Q
KATE M VETUY. Sec
Guthrie lodge No. I a. O. U. W mac
Thursday evttolng of each week at 7:30
Victor block corner First and Harrison
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
. W. HltfJOB M. W.
A. G. DENNIS. Recorder.
. O. O. F.
meets the tncond and
fourth Friday nights
lnc'i co nth.
K. P. MBRTEN Scribe
Guthrie Lodge No 2 I. O. O. V. mseu
Monday night of eaoh week at 7 SO visiting
Odd Fellows always welcome
J.C. F08TBR NO.
G W HRUOK.Secretary
Guthrie Lodge No.
. K. of P. meets every
Monday at 8 P.M. In
their nail in the Vic
tor block corner First and Harrison. Visit-
ing Knights arc always welcome
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ll vrnKUllt Am ni. Ia mw addr
kt OMtDMIt. HlMt.
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Only Real Cafe
IN TIIK CITY
Finest train west of Chicago
Pullman Dlninp Car Buffet
Smoking Car with Barber
Shop; Observation Car with
Vcstlbuled and olcctrlct
Four times a wcok Tues-
days Wednesdays Thurs-
days and Saturdays from
Chicago; Wednesdays Thurs
days Fridays and Sundays
from Kansas City-
Santa Fe Route.
Guthrio O. T.
BETTER THAN EVER.
The big clubbing offer of the
Weekly Leader is catching on
in great shape. The people
kuow a good thing when they
see it and they are not allowing
the big offer to escape unnotic-
ed. The Leader by special ar-
rangements with the Times
management enabled us to make
the big offer still better.
Instead of the Weekly Times
we give the twicea-week Times
with club offer.
The whole thing for only $1.
This gives the new subscriber
or the subscriber who pays up
arrearages four metropolitan
papers and two farmjpaparsto
say nothidg of the Atlas and
One Republican an.. three
This is open to all.
already subscribers can gut the
big offer by paying up back
-nt to W I HiAC G P. A-
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t an for - or Aixcr ( alewlar January (o
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of Jhe Mok and Zufll irlba. Vi eograveti
cover itMeh(x anelent Ariw calendar
tun.' A bndOH and upUjnc oavnlri
wlltln limited order early.
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Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 80, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 6, 1900, newspaper, March 6, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74780/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.