The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 64, Ed. 1, Monday, February 11, 1901 Page: 7 of 8
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7HE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
MONDAY. FEB. 11 1901.
Fresh Drugs are Good
For what nils you. Some prescriptions are
better limn tf they were compounded out of Or
ton wood water and sawdust. '
Our Drugs are Fresh .-
Proprietary remedies fresh from the Labatories
1901 Patterns in Wall Paper in Stock.
Guaranteed House Paint in quantities. '
CORNER DRUG T ORE
J. N. WALLACE
jilat Tired Feeling
It is Healthful.
A POOR BREAKFAST.
The Most Perfect Beer Brewed
Call for it everywhere. Drink it everywhere.
City Offlce.BUck Bldg Phone &4 TJ W RI.AflK
bottling Works. 54 1 t Ta
" Territorial A Rent.
Very Few People Eat a Good Break-
"AH I tcant for breakfast Is a roll
and a cup of coffee
Till remaik Is heard not only In
hotels restaurants and lunch room
but It la th uaual breakfast oiMsr In
the home circle as well After a
twelve hours' fast it would seem that
the first meal of the day should be a
hearty substantial one and If we all
lived natural unartlBclal lives. It
would be so but none of us do hence
breakfast Is a mere preteni r
Says a latter dny philosopher1
"During many ears of firth e business
life I never remember having eaten a
good substantial breakfast but sun-
posed It wan of no Importance until I
began to lose appetite for lunch and
My physician told mt I was a victim
of nervous dyspepsia and must take
i rest and recreation as no mdelcine
would reach the trouble but this ad
vice I could not follow as my business
affairs would not permit it. and to get
relief I resorted to medic Ines and per-
tcrlptlons and it was purely acciden-
tal that I hit upon one remedy which
did the business While in a drug
store one evening I noticed a number
of people buying Stuait's Dyspepsia
Tablets a widely advertised prepara-
tion for stomach troubles and the
force of example was too much for
me and I bought a fifty cent package.
I took a tablet or two after each
meal and In a week my appetite pick
ed up I began to feel my old ambition
for work returning and could eat a
good breakfast because I wanted It
and from that time to this I take
hurt's Dyspepsia Tablets as rofcularly
as I take my meals not because I
now have any trouble with my stom-
ach but because 1 don't want to have.
A fifty cent box of Stuart's Tablets
wtl laat m. a month and keep my di-
gestion in good order and I know of
no better investment a business man
When anything breaks
or gets out of order .you want it fixed.
That's our business. We mend anything
and make models.
5 TRANSFER GOAL
I AND STORAGE?
Phono 20. Office and Yards 604 W. Harrison $
THE MACHINE SHOPS
ANO FOUNDRY OF '
JOE M. ROADS
of Guthrie are the most complete in the Southwest. The mod-
el making department is in charge of experts New work
and repairing is done by experts and skilled mechanics. No
contract too large or job too small for this concern to
execute promptly and with exactness.
Same Old Moses
FOR FINfc WINES
LIQUOUS AND OIGARS
My success in business is due to hon-
orable methods and quality of goods
Advloe for Smokers.
Gov. Barnes 10c cigars on salo at
nil first class stores. Also tho Rebecca.
Kemembor home Industry mado In
Guthrie at tho Now York Cigar fac-
tory I Segal proprietor.
Liquor Poured Out in the
Street and the Town
Thoroughly Purged (
Holton. Kas. Feb U. Holtoa Kan-
sas was purged or its joints today The
puricInK prorcs was accomplished oy a
bund of it loam a thousand determined
cltlnnn wh took the law Into their own
hnmls Mini nn toil out summary Jnstlii
to lh. joint 1st n if tho cfly
Thru Jc IntH wire put out of buslmsx
ami It It in ii .1 iir town for the first
tlmt In fin n i ats
The ltlnH i.f ll.iitoii held a meetlnR
last uiKht ml dccklid that the Joints
must hi elnsi il nt nnu This afternoon
It ! mliiirf til mM nt the Methodist
Chun h imt nftir sorm angellHn xir-
cises thiy (.'.irtnl out to do thlr nnrk
Th.rc iri about Ki people nt the ilmnli
bit tt song I'Hiimf known what Wni gi
Ins mi mil soon 'he main street of lliu
oltv w n i r ittdiil with eagir people un
Sloiii to si i tin work rtK'ompllshed
Thcri mic i number of officers In the
crowd ii ul th lil the wa) to the first
jttnt which n kept h u woman h the
nk ne of Ilkks on the south side of tho
puhi jii iri This hiis lieen for htm
one of thi not irlotts pln es of the ilty
The crowd brnki In the doors and took
out all the llinr impDlnsr It nt thir
stre ts 'I he then broke up alt the fix-
tures in trin Mrs Nation style not lea-
Ing a whole thing that could be used In
the joint business The proprietress of the
Joint tried to lease but the crowd refused
to let her.
Whin the dmolUon of the Hicks Joint
was completed the crowd started to do
tnc same thin with the other points of
the clt two in number The proprietors'
of these Joints by working very hard
managed to turn out all their liquor by
the time the crowd reached their places
of business nnd nenrly had the fixtures
moved out They pliad earnestl to be al-
lowed to kei p the fixtures nnd promised
on tin lr oaths mer to again sell n drop
of llipuir In Ilolton Ono of the Julntlsts
a man bv the nume of Anderson got down
down on his knees and supplicated tho
crowd n t to destroy his fixtures as it
would ruin bin r limn iully mid he prom-
ised to I.im tin 1 1 out of town In sii hour
The citlsens il i idiil to she th r maln-
Ing Jnlntlsts iw hours in which to
leave the clt
There was n i si mblnnee of lawletis-
i ness at an in durliiK the progress of
TIip Kind You Hno Always Bought ami which linn heen
In uso for over HO vpnrn. lias uorno tlio Klirimfuro olr
m mid has boon mrtdo ttndor his prr-
sonnltuporiHlon alnro iUlnftinci.
Allnwno ono todcrolvo yon in tlilH.
All Counterfeits Iniltntifma nnd Just-nH-Kood" uro ImC
IS.vporl incuts tlmt trillo with Mini ondniiKcr tho lifallh of
IufltnU ami Children Dxyorlonco nirnlnst l&tporlmnt.
What is CASTORiA
Oaatorin la a harmless substitute for Cnator Oil Pare-
goric Drops ami Soothing' Sjrrupa. It it PlnvMnt. If
JOuUIub nolthvv Opltun Morpliluo nnr ollu-r Narftttlo
aulwtAiicri. Its njro in its guftranteo. It dost no Wonis
ttml nllnyg ricrUlnies It curca Diurrhu-a ami AVlml
Colic. It relieve Tootlflillf 'rrouhloa.Vnroa Constipation
nd VInttilnncy. It nwlmllatOH the Fmh1 rognlntrs th
Stonutch and Dowels firing- liraltliy ami natural ilnj.
'Jho Children's ranaoott Tho Mother's Frioml.
QENU3NE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Scars the Signature of
Tie Kind You Have Aliap Bon jM
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THC eiMTHUS COMS4KY TT MUSSX NIWVMII CfTT.
the amashliiK lnwerK niwspaper man
and business men helped swell the crowd
whlth was composed of some of the very
bist people of Holton
After the smashing had In i n completed
the guardlsns of the Ii w went to fne
Methodist church and had a thanksttivlng
sirvlce oir the successful result of tlielr
Tonight a mietlng wjm In Id -n a vlgl-
lunce committee was ot-K inlaed f
that n Joint mver again would have -i
ihanie to do business there The mem-
bers snv that the first point that starts
there will hi Immdlnlily smashed and th"
owner of It banished from the city
There la great rejoicing In Holton uw
nlgbt. The people say they acomplUh4
In twj hours what the off It ers h-ive n t
been able to do in flftein years
When you want a physic tl'ut la
mild and gentle eaay to take nnd
pleasant In effect use Chamberlain'
Stomach and Liver Tablets 1'rlru
25 centa Samples free. Fwry tot
guaranteed For salo by C. II. Itontro
"g''B!'"!M I III 111 I 1 1 1 I ' IHMI 111 ! I Mil III I I II 1 1 1 ! 1 11 1 k !! MUM II II !' I II 1 1 I I Ml 1 1 1111 il I M I I ! 1 1 1 ! I III .
Mr Chub. II. Yalo proprietor of the
Devil's Auction" company. Is ono of
tho best known theatrical managors In
thiB country and his namo Is a hugo
magnet to ovor D006000 theator go
lag peopio throughout tho Unilod
States aud Canatro. At present ho has
four largo attractions on tho road viz.:
The pevil'8 AuctlQn" "The 13V11
Eyo" ti c "Twolvo TempUtlonB" nnd
Al H. Wilson tho Gorman comedian
In a new original romantic play "Tho
Watch On tho Rhino" by Sldnoy It.
Ellis. Dostdos tho abovo montionod
attracMiha Manngor Yale Ib now
building at his studio In Philadelphia
a new cpoctaclo which promises to ho
a revelation In this particular lino of
theatricals and will bo soon In tho
prlnolpal oltlos and towns throughout
the country tho coming soason.
A rv V rti A r$rlirtri -ke. --U- B rii . w gv It w. whv not coiiMilt Ur Dillartl the emii
i-JLl U I LU 1-iU.UlOLCU bXJ HID JLlILUl9 M Spocialint Remember. Dr Dillard is in no way
HTn-nrKTiviQ irT tnrve. tJoVii- nectcd with any other ho-callexl iitjuor cure m Lift
mOPpmne OP LOCaine XiaOli S an entirely different ireatment than the Keeley
other cures. This treatment builds up the uervous system increases the weight and restores the whoh human system
DIJlard is located permanently :n Guthrie and kas been a restdent-of the Territory since 1889; ha- had 2 ytars expnen.
general practice and has made the cure of the above diseases a life study To tonvinre the public that he has the only pei
nent cure for the above diseases Dr. Dillard will treat again fiee of charge any case lie falls to ci.re or in other words if
of his patients go back to any of the above habits within six months he will treat them again free. Dr. Dill.ird requires pati
being treated for the liquor'habit to remain with him one week then they are placed on tonic treatment for thirty davH d
which they are cured For the drug habit they remain uuder the Doctor's care for from fifteen to tt nty dajs
From tho Mayor of Guthrlo-
Outtrte 0. T Dec. 21 tVQO.
'ib Oit Public:
' ThU ctrttfiea that I am wtll acqwtnlcd
Willi -Dr. Dillard tjuit T liaoe wnlclied the
reauUs qfhia treatment ot'ie liquor Jiabtt.
T knavr 4(r Votow ulr. Winch Mr. Maine
andpttiere that he has treated nince he lo-
cated lure vhnd I do not know of a tingle
failure I cfteerfUlly recommend the Dil-
lard treatment for the liquor habit
UliNJ. F. BERKSY.
GUTUUIE Okla. Aug 21 1000.
On the second day of October 1800
I commenced taking the Dillard treat-
ment for morphine and cocaine habit.
When I commenced the treatment I
weighed 120 pounds; my weight now Is
220 pounds. I used morphine for 10
Sears and was cured In IB days. Dr.
illard cured me from the accursed
habit. No tonguo can express tho
many thnuks to Dr. Dillard for what
he has done for uei he also cured mo
of a long standing case of catarrh of
the stomach. I had been treated by
several eminent physlciaus and all
failed to cure me. I am now in good
health all by trusting in Dr. Dillard.
T. J. Oasb.
Qewaud Okla. Aug 18. 1900.
To 17hom it May Concern:
This certifies that on the first day of
August. 19i i0 I took the Dillard treat-
ment for the liquor habit. I have no
desire for whisky and never felt better
in my life. Have gained 15 pounds and
have worked every day since I left the
doctor I was with him one week I
can work hard all day aud It does not
tire. I would not be back where I was
three weeks ago for $1000 and I can
and do cheerfully recommend the Dil-
lard treatment for the liquor habit.
John A. Mobieh.
On the 21 Hi day of September 1900
I took the Dillard treatment for liquor
hablf. I drank whisky excessively for
about twelve years. I was considered
almost a total wreck and had reached
n point that there had to be something
done. I was Introduced to Dr. J. V.
Dillard. the specialist and commenced
to take his treatments Immediately.
At the en'l of the first week's treat-
ment I went to work at my trade and
have worked almost every 'lay since.
I have no desire for liquor and am in
perfect health. I advise everybody
who is addicted to the drink habit to
consult Dr. Dillard. Chas. Winch.
Outiikik. O T Dec 21. 190
I Cttu truthfully say without fear i r
beiug successfully contradicted that
the Dillard treatment for the whiskx
Imoii is a thoroughly .successful one
Itjiotf most effectually cured me and I
Wits a pretty "hard cine" I have
gained Hush continuously since leaving
the Doctor's caie. feel excellent aud
recovered ambition that has been dot
mant for years. Tt is worth one Inn
driidfold the price and then the haH
has not beeu told I vull cheerfulh
give jny experience to .myone desiriti
It. If you want to do jourself an eve
lasting tavor and enfoite the respect o'
the community you live in take th
Dillard treatment as soon as possible
Cmas w. Maine
To whom concerned
On August IRth 1900. I began treat
ment for the liquor habit I had beet
drinking a quart or more of whisk
daily for some time ami had been at!
dieted to the habit more than 20 years
Singe taiug the Dillard treatment I
am enti. ely free from all desire or in
clmation to drink intoxican.tr. I hav
S jalnod 20 pounds in weight and am en
Qying better health than I have fo
ydtirs.. I cheerfully recommend the
Dillard treatment to afflicted with tl
liquor appetite Very truly yours
W. K. Yo'TA'vy.
GUTHRIE 0. 7.
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