Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 49, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 31, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
laE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
VOTE FOR BRYAV
llopubllcan Treacher Admires
erlpps-McRao Press Asa'P.
New York July 30.-A gcod Rppub
lican who is going to vote for Bryan
is the Rev. No man Plass who is
largely interested in the Antl Siloon
League and is superintendant of the
Greater New York district.
Mr. Plas was formerly the p .ator
of tho Plymouth Congregational
church in Lincoln Neb. Mr. Br; an is
a Presbyterian but was a regular at-
tendant every Sunday evening ut the
Congregational church and he and
Mr. Plass grew to be warm friends
"I know Mr. Bryan well" said Mr.
Plass today "and I admire and love
him as tho rest of hla townsmen do.
ne;is generous wholehearted sympa-
thetic and an honorable man with a
lot of personal magnetism I know
him through and through and be.ieve
in him personally from top to bottom."
EL RENO O. T.t JUJT --.(Specla.
Judge J. L. Brown of Oklahoma City
came over to this town Saturday for tho
purpose of enjoining tho county commis-
sioners from Issuing liquor Hcelces to Carl
Bruza O. L. Richards THenry Schafer and
BItchle & Baldwin.
Tho judge tried to make a trial court
out of the commissioners' court. lie tried
to put witnesses on the fctand and did va-
rious things that did not suit the commis-
sioners nor Colonel R. B. Forrest attorney
for the applicants. Tho upshot of tho
business was that tho four applicants got
their licenses and Judge Brown had to
put up a cost bond before he appealed to
the district court.
The board has awarded a contract to
the Missouri Valley Bridge Company for
the building of three steel bridges across
the North Canadian river. The cost of
each Is to be $1100. The erection of the
three bridges will bring back thousands
of dollars worth of trade to El Reno that
has been going to Oklahoma City.
We have tome great bargains in wall
papers. See ad elsewhere. Lillie & Co.
The colored work in Biggio Berry
Book is an immense Rid to berry grow
ers It shoH the leading boi
rtcs Iran in jize shape and color
They were first carefully painted
by an experienced artist and then re-
produced by lithography at a cost of
over one thousand dollars Aside from
the color work there are scores of re-
produations 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. The price is 50 cents
free by mail; uddress the publishers
Wilmer Atkinsou Co. Philadelphia.
A Good ThtiiR About 1flttlntr the l'oot'lo
If you've something to sell that re-
ally lutereits them Is that they'll
come and investigate. Human nature
is much the same the world over and
if you tell them of it curiosity and
self-interest will cause them to inves-
tigate. Telling of it in your advertising is
the economical and surest way to ac-
quaint the largest number for all
readers are buyers and the most intel-
ligent and most profitable class of pat-
rons. The great men who best succeed
are those who persistently and intelli-
gently advertise who keep their light
trimmed and burning who tell the
people of the values.
Telling it to the Leader passes it
along at once to the better clasb of
buyers those whoso patronage will
give any store prestige whose buying
Business men who lack the srap
vim and vitror they onca had should
ue LIERBINE. It will purify the
bloo.1 strengthen and invigorate the
system. Price 50 cents. Wheeler &
Son and F. B. Lillie & Co.
Has the best
single and double
in the city;
The only traps
His boarders gei
J the best care
and the best feed
I Phone 26
Kansas antl Oklahoma Killtors' Excursion.
Eureka SpringB Ark. Saturday
August 11 1D00; Five-dollars for the
round trip. Tickets pocd ten days
from date of sale. A special train will
leave Wiehiia at 8:30 a. in.; Blackwell
at 0:30 a. m.; Oklahoma City at 8:30 a.
ro. arriving at Eureka Springs about
0:30 p. in. Fortify yourself against
the summer heat by taking a needed
rest and a delightful outing among
the blue Uzarks. Further information
will be cheerfully given by the near-
est Frisco station agent or by the un-
dersigned. Br.YAJC SXYDKK
B. F. Dunn Gen'l. Pass. Ag't.
Dlst Pass. Agt St. Louis Mo
On ft Voor.
Fay Up and Got Both Papers at
the Trice ol One.
We want to get 10000 new subscrib-
ers to the Leader and are going to do
it if we can; we therefore continue our
arrangoment with the Farm Journal
by which we can send the Weekly
Leader and the Farm Journal for five
years both for 50 cents. And we will
make the same offer to all old sub-
scribers who will -pay all arrearages
and one year in advance.
You know what our paper is and
the Farm Journal is a gem practical
progressive a clean honest useful
paper full of gumption full of sun
shine with an immense circulation
among the best people ovo.ry where.
You ought to take it.
We are going to send you soon a
sample copy of the Farm Journal and
let it speak for itself. Look out out
Greatest Clubbing Of-
fer Ever Made.
$1.50 for 5.50 Worth of Choice Reading.
This is an agricultural year. It is also a campaign year
Within a -few -weeks the presidential strife will soon be on
You will not only want to keep in touch with advanced thought
but you will want to be posted on the political news and events
of the world. In order to promote the circulation of the
we have decided to make the following unparalleled offer:
By sending One Dollar and Fifty Cents CI. 50) direct to
this office or depositing same with your postmaster you can
receive four metropolitian papers for one year and one farr. ra
per for 4 years and also a eWorld's Atlas and a Webster's
Dictionary The actual price of all these is 86.50. You call
get them all for $1.50 cash. Eead this price list
Regular Subscription Price
The Oklahoma Leader
New York Weekly Tribune
Kansas City weekly Times
Farm Journal (4-A years) at 50c
Farm and Home
Atlas of the World
This is admittedly the greatest clubbing offer ever made
in the world. It paralyzes competitive publishers. THE
LEADER makes this stupenduous offer after special arrange
ments with the publisnes oi tlie Tribune Times
Home and Farm and Farm Journal.
eiiVkerihors in THE LEADER can
exceptionally low combination
due for the LEADER.
Persons who are already
take advantage of this
the amount now
Burnett's Insect Annihilator
Manufactured by Burnett-Clark Manufacturing Co. Southwestern office Guthrie O. T. Agents wanted in every state
- 'I iitnuJj3 1 . tS
'n n '
fv." : '-: f4
: . v -KW Jwp) j " V
E . I
M-rt-.-r VS&J-J ft
l s&y. TT$2 LI
r in A
u.-- Bs 4W2& a1
IS victorious over all insect" body lice flaas chiggers roaches flies
chicken lice mites bed bugs ants mosquitoes ft kills all vermin
that does not have lungs to breathe witn like animals and birds but
absorbs through the ports of the skin and kills insect life by asphyxiation
suffocating them by its odor.
It is a boon to the rich and poor alike. It is cheap and easily applied.
Is harmless to man animal and fowl fabric or f uniture. It kills and rids
the premises of Roaches Ants. Flees ed Bugs Chiggers Mosquitoes and
lice on all kinds of domestic animals.
and territoiy m the U. S.
Every bottle guaranteed
of the United States.
50c per bottle. Delivered frea to any par
Spray the places wheraver they are to be found.
Spray the places you wish to rid them; also dampen a cloth with
the "Annihi'ator" and they will give it a wide berth.
Rub on the person spray the clothing carpets or animalB. It kills
the fleas instantly
For Bed Bugs
Spray the corners and cracks of the bed. jUse freely on the bedding
It will not stain. It kills the egg and the old bug. 21
Spray the clothing and rub on the peraonjtt kills the poison as well
as the insect aud stops that dissagreeable itching.J
Spray the bedding use freely on face and hands.
For Lice on Fowls ....
Spray hen under the wing and let her brood the chicks.
For Lice on Horses. Cattle or Hogs
Spray the animal and rub in with the hand or a cloth.' It rida the
animal of the nits as well as the insects.
Burnett-Clark Mfg. Co. Guthrie Oklahoma.
Dear Sirs: Your trial shipment Insect Annihilator and Disenfectant
came duly to hand. I take pleasure in stating that it is all you claim it to
be. We have never used a more thorough disinfectant or found anything
that will do away with chicken lice quicker than this does.
" W. P. Johnson
Manager Jean-HurstjProducelCo. Oklahoma City
. Guthrie Okla. March 13 1900.
This is to certify that we have used to a good success and it is all that it
is represented to be. Would not bo without It for three tiroes its cost.
Qoss & Blackesby
' Evansvillo O. T
Burnett-Clark Mfg. Co.
.Gentlemen: Have used your Insect Annihilator and it gives entire sat-
isfaction. Would not think of trying to raise chickens without it as in-
sects cannot exist where it is used. Sophy Craig Guthrie Oklahoma.
Burnett-Clark Mfg. Co.
One thorough application of Burnett's Insect Annihilator was sufficient
to rid our poultry of all Vermin for tho 6eas We could not afford to be
without it if It coat Beveral times tho price. Rev. W. A. Humphrey
Please mention THE LEA.DEU when answering this ad
WlMli'LTI'.-S-TUaVf r i-
- -. mmsmr7mj3&m$
i i -j Wig . i U jj Jlj j f Tm JTm gww
jatm k.'w.JHr wut.rLiivvi''r-
TVKDV PV Z -r--!"-ivr
inn i . j iw
p JocriM .vlA i V v jit a
TiLU.VX.I ITU- i ilL'4 f iTi '. '74 -- .
W& " Y3&''" v J
'JiV ti-it if -
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 49, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 31, 1900, newspaper, July 31, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74904/m1/3/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.