Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 49, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 31, 1900 Page: 8 of 8
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TBE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
New Goods Just Received
Richelieu Lobster. Schmidt Russian
Cavair Gorton's Mackerel in Crear Sauce
Smoked Sturgeon Richelieu Liquid
Shrimps Codfish Balls prepared Kalama-
mazoo Canned Celery Mrs. Kidd's Pin
Oscar's Sauce FRESH EVERT MORNING
Prepared by Oscar of the Corn Peaches New York
Waldorf-Astoria. full cream Cheese.
mi mini wmmm mmm mmm . m i n m i m
Pure Refined Parffine
ill I iHIV
i.ooAii imi:lanok a
w 2 &$$ (Sx8"t"f 3V$ft $4$S " 6
at cost at Llllie's drug
Cards printed while you wait at
of all hinds at Llllie's
UV'ry E Aap yesterday purchased
Bill Foesctt's One eorrel horse eo gen-
erally admired in this city.
If yot can't corao write for C . C.and
Cream flour. Made in Guthrib.
Horses and muli s wanted
price paid. John
Those who live on farms are espec-
ially liable to many accidental cuts
burns and bruises whi.h hal rapidly
when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMfiNT
is applied. Price 25 and 50e. Wheel-
er and Son and F. B Lillio & Co
ing C C and
the Tcputitiou for mak-
ing the" best bread
That routation can be
accomplished only by tis-
Cream Flour. Made in
Schmidt & Dorr hav$ received no-
tice from Felix Adler to vacate their
present place of business on Saptem-
ber 1st. He expects to commence the
erection of a two story brick on the
site of the frame buildinsr.
C.C. mamma what pretty bread
cook made today. Yes daughter C.
0. and Cream flour is always good we
never havs to return a sack and re-
member too daughter it is made in
Stop lllRlit Hero
if you are bilious and get a bottle of
Eagle Nerve und Liver Pills.- -The
jSagle Drug Store.
to make room
Judging from press reports -we an-
ti 'ioatc quite a treat in sore for our
bovs on the arrival of Gov. Tlftiu.
Wanted Position of any kind by
voung man not af-a'd of hard work.
Address 'W" this oflice.
Fred Dolca'er last night threw -17
the lucky number of spots that award-
ed him the new tandem bike of Derr
Bros. Fred set 'em up to r.ll the rest
of the boys
There will be an old fashioned camp
meeting run on Holy Ghcst primitive
church lines held at a point nine miles
south and one mile east of Guthrie.
Take Divis'on street road The meet-
ing bepiuB on the 11th of August ut
7:30 p. in. and holds over to the third
Sunday August UOth. It will be under
tho auspices of Charter Oak M. E.
cla a Ail Chr stians invited to take
part. Come and camp. Evangelist D.
vv. Uoss of Perkics. will be there
assisted by a number of o'her minis-
ters. D. W KELLER.
Preacher in charge.
THE CAPITOL NA-
TIONAL BANK OF
MA OFFERS TO DE-
BUSINESS AND RE-
An exchange prints the following
marriage ceremony which was said by
a TenneEsae 6quire a short time ago:
"Wilt thou take her for thy'pard for
better or for worse to have and to hold
and to fondly guard till hauled off in a
hearse? Wi t thoa let her have her
way. consult her mony wishes; make
the fires every day and help her wash
the dishes? Wilt thou comfort and
support her father and mother Aunt
Jemina Uncle John three sisters and'
a brother?" And his face grew pale
and bland; it wast too late to j It; as
through the ilaor he sink he saie: "I
ACKBAGK AI'rUAISKaiKXTOK HANDS.
(nptiun Julio Admire Tell How Tour
I'uriiinrs Solved It v
Jacob Admire of Kingfisher has
taken up the threshing machine prob-
lem. He says: "Tho threshing ma-
chine problem has always been a vex-
atious one. Generally as soon ns far-
mers have harvested their small grain
they begin to look around for a thresh-
ing machine. All cannot bo accommo-
dated at once some must wait. The
threshing machine men do the best
thpy can one machine cannot bj at a
dozen places at once. Wo learn of
four farmers who have solved the
problem. They live about six miles
north and east of Kingfisher and
on adjoining farms. Their names
are R. W. flalstead W. 0. Parker
Ohio Tucker and Ira Balstead. This
year they have between 900 and 1000
acres of wheat and they expect it to
produce an aggregate of 18000 or 20-
000 bushels of wheat. The price of
threshing wheat this year out of the
shock is 9 cents per bushel. At pres-
ent prices it ccsts one bushel out of
every six to Day for threshing it. So
on this bas's'it would have cost these
four farmers at least S1.000 to threbb
their wheat crop this year. In other
words 3000 of the 18000 bushels of
wheat would have gone to pay the
thresher. Th H3 farmers have their
own teams wagons and laborers. In
order to fit out a machine crew they
may need 'to employ a little extra
'They figured thi thing up. What
did they do? They bought a thresh-
ing machine of their own. It !s new
10-horse powe'r engine: cash pi ice
1400. this is 8100 h ss than it would
have e"st them to have hired the'r
whrat threshed and after they have
paid for all the extra labor they may
need the probibility is that they will
be out vey little more money than it
would have cost them to have hired a
threshing machine outfit to do their
work They do not have to run all
over the country beg and wait indefi-
nitely for a threshing machine to get
ar und to" their work. Th s is a great
saving of time labor and patience.
They can go at their work at once get
it out of the way clean the ground
and put the plows to running for the
next year's crop These four farmers
say they will use this machine only for
their own work As soon as that is
done they will house it away until
next season. They bought il for their
own convenience and we believe thej
have acted sensible "
To Kureka Springs Ark. and Ileturn
Speaking of the Eureka Springs ex-
cursion August 11th Mr. Dunn of
the 'Frisco says: '!We would like to
have a large crowd from Guthrie We
have also arranged the starting from
Oklahoma City at 8:30 a m. Those
who dt-sire to have Guthrie on the
local Santa Fe freight that morning
ean make connections providing it is
on time or we will arrange to hold
train at Oklahoma City should it be a
little late Rate S5 round trip.
Gtf ICev.nnd Mrs sX. J.PstrJter Barfed jSan-
The only daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
L J. Parker was buried Sunday after
noon in Summit View cemetery. Heri
death occurred on las-t Saturday night
after a few days severe illness. She
was two years and three- months old.
The funeral service took place at the
family residence i315 West Noble
avenue and was attended by many
friends of the bereaved family.
LADIES' S3 OXFORDS
tan turn sole and
'Sizes 2 3 3 and 4. Former
price $2.00 $2.50 and $3.C0
Hetsch Shoe Co.
Repairing neatly done
.Mihtnlto Made in tho Indian Territory
Sometime ago the appraisement of
the different nations was published jj
the territory papers hut the informa-
tion was very incorrect. The follow-
ing furnished by Mr. Daelcbush is an
acurate statement: In the Seminole
nation wnich is complete tho- ap-
pralsemenr of land is 302850 acres. In
tho Choctaw nation where only a
part of the appraisement is made it is
3090314 acres. In the Chickasaw na
tion where also only part of tho ap
praisement is made It is 1404773
acres making a total in tho Chicaeaw
and Choctaw nations of s 465610 aereB
appraised from July 2G l&CW to July
14. 1000. or about threo-oighths of b!1
tho lands in the two nations thoro be-
ing something like 11000.000 acres of
land In tho Choctaw and ChlckasaW
Children often cry not from pain
but from hunger although fed abun-
dantly. Tho trouble arises from inan-
ition; their food is not assimllated.but
is devoured by worms. A few doses of
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE will
destroy tho worms when the children
will begin to thriue at once. Price 2f.
cents Sold by "Wheeler &. Son and P.
II. Llllie A Co.
Chna- M. I'Hhub is Coun.tr Clialriunn. and
JZd. Haines Secretary.
Tho Republican central committee
met yesterday afternoon and reorgan-
ized bv choosing Charles H. Filson
chairman and Ed. Ilaines secretary.
TheFifh ward buJL-dozing scrape of
last Thursday night was decided by
giving the senior committeecaanship
to the Palmer side.
Loyo CuuLun'a- All.
Judge- Foster yesterday evening
united in marriage Jas J. Wilson and
Miss Pheobe Gardner both from near
Crescent City. This- i& the consigna-
tion ol a slightly tempestus love af-
fair but the cherub won out despite
CmII Moetlus of Bryan-StevenBon Cluh.
Tho Guthrie Bryan and Stevenson
club has "been called to meet in tho
probate court room on August 3d at
R o'clock n. m. Report of all com
mlttees appointed at last meeting will
bo received and tho time and place oJ
holding regular meetings will be ar-v
ranged. Short addresses will be mado
by resident members of the unitod
parties. By order of president.
Jas. S. Gladibu. C M Wittkk
Heat Rash Chafings Irritations Tan Sun-
burn Bites and Stings Too Free or Offen-
sive Perspiration Red Rough Blistered
Hands Tired Lamed Strained Muscles
Soothed Cooled and Healed by Baths with
kkcR bb K klkS
Followed when necessary by gentle applications
of CUTICURA Ointment purest and sweet
est of emollients and greatest of skin cures.
Millions of People Use Cuticura Soap Exclusively for preserving
purifying and beautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and
dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing
jed rough and sore hands.
Millions of Women use Cuticura Soap in the form of baths for annoying
Irritations inflammations and chafings too free or offensive perspiration in the
form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses for many sanative antiseptic purposes
which readily suggest themselves to women especially mothers and for all the
purposes of the toilet bath and nursery. No amount of persuasion can induce
those who have once used it to use any other especially for preserving and puri-
fying the skin scalp and hair of infants and children. CuncuRA Soap com-
bines delicate emollient properties derived from Cuticuua the great skin cure
with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odors.
No other medicated soap ever compounded is to be compared with it for preserv-
ing purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands. No other foreign-
er domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be compared with it for all the
purposes of the toilet bath and nursery. Thus it combines in One Soap at One
Trice viz. Twentv-Five Cents the best skin and complexion soap and the
best toilet and west baby soap in the world.
Special attention Is called to tho uso of Cutiouua Ointment in connection
With CimrUItA SOAP. Its "One Nishl Treatment r .i - iMn".iii
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Cuticuha SoAi- 13 sufllcient evidence of this.
Cllticiira Complete External and InternalTreatment forEveryHumor
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tno blood. A SIXUL.K Set Is often nun cunt to cum fimmrwr tnrriri !Lfim.nn
an I humlllatlnc skin scalp ami Wood humors with loss of hair when all clso falls.
Sold thrpiiulinut tho world. I'otthi Dure andCukm. Coup. Solo Props. Boston!
Mass. "All about tho caro of the Skin Scalp and Hair In Summer" frco. I
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E. A. DOUGLAS
Optician Dewey Block Guthrie1 Okla.
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