The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 92, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 13, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHQM.. WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1001
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Ihe New Clothing Store
Continue to arrive. Those cases contain
everything that's new and stylish in Men's
and Boys' Clothing Furnishing Goods
and Hats. Guthrie has never before had
Mich a STRjUTLY FIRST CLASS STOCK
OF CLOTHING as we are showing this
fcpri.jjf. As fast as thesft case's come in
we are carefully inspecting: each and
every garment then mafking It in PLAIN
FIGURES-aftcrour SMALL PROFIT plan
of doing business. You not only find
newer anfl hotter goods hete but you have
a larger Stock lovselect from and oOr
106 Oklahoma Ave
HIS PAPA PAID FINE.
Earl Wehr Who Wanted to Shobtva
Man Gets o(f Easy5. " "'
Frank Wohr father of Earl WOJir
appeared boforo the probata iwdfts-
terday nftornoon and paid a fp& tpf
$48. Including cobIb for his sonVVho
was recently arrested on tin? Chjirjjo
of felonious assault on Johnvtl.
Rhodes of Croscent City- The tfase
required somo persuasion on the part
of the parent and the plaintiff to have
the county attornoy modify tbo com-
plaint which wob a torrifisiat ortonBO
requiring grand Jurj examination.
Young Wohr wanted to shoot Rhodos
drawing a gun to do so but was pre-
vented Just In time to savo tho old
man Tho mnttor grow out of a stron-
uous objection of Rhodes to Young
Wohr keeping company with his
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1 New Literature
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I New Scientific Research
Don't let your library get old m
and rusty. It's rnodern books pi
' and modern thought you need U
and want. Go to
LILLIE & CO
CENT to 38i PER
What's Your Face Worth?
Sometimes a fortune but nover If
you have a sallow comploxion a Jaun-
diced look mdth patches and blotchos
on tho skin all signs of Llvor
Troublo. But Dr. King's New LIfo
Pills give Clear Skin Rcsy Chooks
Rich Complexion. Only 25 cents at
C. R. RonfroVdrug store.
Tho girls who are wearing tho now
meal sack cloaks look llko tho Old
To California For $25.
Numoroii3 profitable business open
ings In California. Buy a homosoek
era' ticket via Santa Fo Route and in
fostlgnto conditions here. Only ?2G
Guthrlo to California; Tuesday- to
April 30. Inqulro at depot.
Thoy say Mars 1b a funny world. It
It is funnier than this ono It must
bo a froak.
United Jtfim Kl Reno
SengHJf Mall and Representative
Mlllaru 8$e wcr from Amid.
MIl:Li( Hylanrt of Chicago hi Here
In adini of a concert cotr af.
J. ijjpalterson Of 1IU ngfe
In th( fly today lie h D j. Ctfng
for a Ifpnie In Oklahoma anil esp
to buy" -farm tefore he departs.
I N Smlthson. of Chicago WAS 111
the city Qie guest of Qladlah brothers
for a few days. He haa relumed to
Chicago but will return In one month
bringing Willi him three other parties
for the pappose of establishing a bank
some wfiire in Oklahoma
Mia Dele Kedash returned to
Ch&mtlsr to day where she Una a po-
sition hi the law office of Hoffman1 am
Embry lis stenographer '
J Rank lfixamlner Search went to Ok-
lahoma City today to look after the
' opening 'of bla bank.
' O. M . Lancaster of Pawnee return-
ed from file trip to Washington ft. C.
I to attend ibe Inauguration.
R. 0. Dunlop. of Cleveland Pawnee
I county laaa here today enrout" home
from Washington. D. C where he at
tended the Inauguration'
Qoflf W. Bellamy H l.assen and
E. E. Blake are over from El Reno to
call oa the governor
Andy T. Pajrne cf Kansas City ww
a visitor Mora laat night He fa aun-
rlntendent of the Wells Kargo Ex
TRUST COMPANY FORMED.
Under the Provisions of House Rill
Governor Barnes signed the trust
company bill yesterday afternoon Be-
fore the ink was dry on tile bill tei
rltorial capitalists had signed an ap-
plication for a trust company to be
located at Oklahoma City and to have
a' capital of $200000.
In the secretary's office thle morn-
ing articles. of Incorporation for tho
Oklahoma Trttst Surety company
were fttd. The ineorporntors are-
Pater Hoffman and Roy Hoffman of
Chandler: J B. Charles and I. T-
Conklm. ot Stroud; Prank Dale 'of
Guthrie; M. h. Turner of Oklahoma
City and Dr. Threudglll of Norman.
DEATH NOT MYSTERIOUS.
Mrs. Marv A. Thomas Died of ADO-
plexy-Was Parent of DrBlesh.
Airs miiry iv. i iiuiuan wnu who
found In a dyings condition Jn her
homo In West Ollthrlb Monday even-
ing died fr5m apoplexy. Thoro wa"B
nothing myBterious In hor death and
tho coronar'B Jury so reportod yester-
day She had boon a patient ot Dr.
Blosh tor somo time past and the
belief is that she was taken with a
spasm and fell over striklnaJier bead
against tho iron bedstead producing
tho hrjiUtid. ogfldJilOJLBf Am JMM. WU
head. The funeral of tho deceased
took place today j
Appearance of the Schumann Grand
Concert company in i nis uity.
Guthri Is about o be treated to an-
other musical feast of rare merit In
which every ono who hears It will bt
highly entertained uiyl pleased with
tho event;. Mlsa L. Jlylniul Mm ad-
vance ngent of thft oqnipany. Is In the
city today nrrnngln for Its appear-
ance somo Ime ntftt veek'. A su
anteo hris'been given by'tirlfaUdr poW'
sons which sooures to thb' people'of
Guthrio this excellent Qompany .
Mrs. Schumann tlip jsprano Is one
of tho loaders In professional work
and was with Sousajfl band for three
BeasonBi.ninearlnK ntoiudilUJiccrt In
a xpcaV rtimwei ofthtrtnrpgi-amo
TitW (ftnlpun? throiuShouf is otvtho
highest merit nothing cheap about It.
SUSTITUTE FOR JAIL.
Offenders Against the Laws at
"mulgee Chained to Posts.
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UtUl tl Ut9 tt U Wn' Wkl $ 4 SO
hapd cut open and when found was so
Wflk from loss of blood that he could
not. move. Br. MKchener dreaded his
wdunds and reports hint resting easy
at this writing. A great many Indians
ware In Uie city Tuesday to attend
thu Creek convention and sifter the
convention adjourned a large number
proceeded to celebrate. Tliora seems
to hav been a woman in the case but
vary little can be told It as all rofuso
to spoak. Another Indlninbyltn'ontrtmu
of Porrymam was also iiriilsed
pretty badly. nnd fined $2760 by his
Tho Jail is not yet complete and on
nqarly evory corner In7 tho jty could
bo seen prlsonors chained to a post
Wednosday morning. Okmulgee
A PRONUHEHT LAUY
in nlpt m
Poruna a a UapoiTli Cure.
Mm. M. A. Theatro member ltebeoea
Lodge loU Lodpe; also tnemlr of
Woman's Relief Corps writes Hie fol-
lowing letter from 188 Jatton streo
Mrs. M. A.TUeatro MhiiolrtHBa
Feruna Mi diclne Oo Ootumboa0.
Geinlcinen : "Asa remedy fofoatarrb
I oan chrci fully rscommend l'emna. I
have Ix-oii trouhlod wltbchronlecatarrb
for over six cars. I had tried several
remedies wUhonfcrellef. A lortg friend
aitsrlsed me to try Pnin.ind I UetfttU t
us it f althfnlly before aach meal. Sltiec
tlii I bre always kmt ft in tlieliousa.
I am now in better lieaitlt than 1 have
bean in over twenty years and I feel
bum my catarrh 1 permanently cured."
Xwrana cures catarrh wherever locat-
ed A soon as Peruua removes Bj-a-tomle
catarrh tho dlgMtlon tiecomec
god nerves strong and trouble van-
laliw. PerunastrengtheiiB weak neryna
not by temporarily stimulaUnp them
but by removing the cause ot weak
no' yea systemic catarrh. This is th
only onre that lasts. Remove the oiuise;
nature will do tfie rest l'cmnaremovei
tho cause Adtfnss The- Peruna Mcdt'
clnt Company Columbus Ohio for a
book treating ot catarrh In Its differ'
cnt phases and atagos alto a book
entitled "Health and Beauty" wrlttcc
especially tor womca.
(Prom the Phlladolphia Rocord.)
A lot of the most oxclualve peoplo
In tho vyorld are In Jail
Th.oro Is honor among thioves when
Ithoyre ns trufe as Bteol
Tho loft hand Is tho right hand to
wonrtnii engagement ring "or.
iroax "llo's a
' The ball
Joax -- "Who?"
Blobbs "Thoy jwiyjhe has quito a
silnny aisposltlon." Blobbs "Yes he
positively gives you frockles."
neBpe-ekke M' WH HrT"m!i-
banit wb a lucky fellow." BJones
''Hovtfc?" Heupekke "He died."
S61-Most of tlite$M
wworrifton farms." Cjmlstis- "Yas.li
and they didn't lose much time in
getting away from them."
A Fiendish Attack.
At nttack wms lately mndo on C. P.
Colllor of CHoi-tikoe Iowa that near-
ly prdvod fatal. It came through his
kldnays. Ills back got so lame he
could not Bloop without groat pain
nor sit in a chair excopt propped by
tfUshlons. 'No rortiedy bplpod hlhi un-
til ho trlod Electric Bitters which ef-
fected silch a wonderful chango that
ho wrltos ho feels llko a now man.
This mnrvolous medlcino euros bnck-
nohomnUTSTtiney trSpbls purifies the
'i.bjootlfonurmHIds up younjiejtb Oni)
Stolatt frpra Jesse Pelphry. Shaw-
nee Okln. on night of March 0 one
strawberry roan mare 15Mi hands
high wtMght 0&0 poundi foretop has
bsan sIimomL . bcmulatl. IC oa lelt
zsrvtsrsm z. ";-.;
shoulder plain; in good condition
erB Bl'sht mnrk lett f01 c
between knee and postora Joint not
shod Also took ho.-se blanket greer.
and allow pluld. opuad. anil has
bin kh straps to tasten blanket. Send
information to iJ Id nay Schmw. sheriff
of Pottawatomia-. county TecurrtseU
Th 'stomach controlr situation
Thoe who aro hearty and strong aro
tho who oan eat and digest plenty of
food. Ko4ol UytDWSln Cure digests
-what you oat and allows you to oat
all the good food you wont. If you
suffer from indigestion hoartburn
belching or nny othor stomach troublo
this proparajlon can't help but do you
good. Tho most sensitive stomachs
can tako It
Bold by J. N. WiJtecc.
WHITH thA MAwa fambv
vmuw 7civ IX
Sold nt the
MAPS ONLY BY
J. N WALLACE
Chargos Against John MdFet-
ride In Qladlsh's Court Toda;
John afcPetridge was up before
Justice of the Peace Uladtsh this af
fteraoon. charged with misrepresent
ing mortgaged property) and obtain-
ing money on false r presentations
Two complaints weru Isstil against
hfm; one by C I. (lai'n nil the
other by Andrew AsrimiH fioin whom
he obtained sums of moiu represent
Ing a mortgage to bo flrnt when It was
a sc oml inurtgage
Banker Routs a Robber.
J R GanlHon. lashfer of the bank
of Thornvillc Ohio had been robbed
of health b a serious lung troublo
until he tried Di King's New Discov-
ery for Consumption Then ho wroto-
"It is the best medicine I ever used
for a severe cold or a bad case of lung
trouble. I always keep a bottlo on
hand " Don't suffer with Coughs
Colds or any Throat. Chest or Lung
trouble when you can be cured so
easily. Only 80c and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Cv R. Ronfro's drug
Only 325 to California
Via Santa Po Route; every Tuesday to
Anrll' 30. Tlqkets good In tourist
sleepers nnd reclining :balrr cars.
Takp tho trip and boo California at its
prettiest. Tickets at depot.
Agency la. Oct. 17 1809.
Pepsin Syrup Co. Monticollo 111
Gonts I havo used Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Popsln with marked suoooss. I
unhesitatingly rocommead It to those
suffering with Stomach Troublo or
(3onsUpatlon. ltH' certainly -blessing-
to humanity. You are at liberty to use
my testimonial. Very respectfjUl
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(K WO I4JIe & Co.x : "
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- v 'imm
It a a pity a balky horse (Ioe not
realise that It Is easier to pull than
to take the whipping that goes with a
Couldn't help getting a cold hovor
cursft it; but carrying honiom bottlo of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup nnduslng
it 8 ltrctdk will euro tho .worst
kind or cough or cold. Price 2f and
P. B. LIllIo & Co nnd Wttoftlor &
From this time
on werwill en-
deaygjr to keep
you ported dai-
ly as to what
we f hae to of-
fer in groceries
JENKINS MERCANTILE CO.
V 'PltnriP fi WFIfOMR fiRftfPRV
1IIUUV AV u asUHJM U1IVVMI11
JJLJL JL JLJr wJULv JLIUiiVClJLlTt UvIIUJlvJl
Will soon be" hire. Kemcra
ber we are '.endquarlers for
Our spring stock of Wall Pa-
per will be larger than ever be
lore and our new designs will
be simply elegant to look n
We ask you t . all and
our line and z t prices
know we can soil you.
fep Your Money at Home
AN APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE.
It Is (.he ambition of Uio rltlst iih uf
(1'ittirli to have tbli city tho metiu
IhjIIs of the territory To do UiU
every dtlten has a duty to poiform
4 enrnuragtng all branolisu of niau-
ufacturlng (a city without factories
is dead) It dooB not matter how small
a factory Is It ought to be oncourag-
ea by every spirited flllsen and you
can do thin by pathuniafng home In
duetr unt. ae tlio pb'asuro of see
Ing a small factoiv mlmated by tbo
t oniniiiiilty ompelleU to suud to
other states for more men.
Mr 1. Segal bus opened tho N w
oik tigar faftory i mploylng fliHt
class ..a Ion men m.utufacturing a
fine Kiade of clpms gnnruntced to
stand the criticism of tho.public. Has
bad thirty yeurs experience lit manu-
facturing clgara in tho eity of New
York and (onus to Guthrio highly
recommended making- tho following
well known brands:
Tho 10 cent cigars. Governor
I'urnos and Robaoca.
Thq P cjjunt tyandaj pun Olub Capi-
tol Swoct itoso and LlttlQOo'ornor.
A few quoBtloua to bo considered:
1. Do tho manufacturers In othor
states pay our taxes to build our pub-
lio Institutions nnd IncrcHwo tho valu-
ation of property? "'
2. Aro tbo aitlzonn of Oklahoma
Justified In encouraging Enslorn sweat
chop made cigars or any othur line ot
goods which could bo manufactured
3. By demanding homo production
will stimulate the manufacturers of
other states to come hero nnd start
branch factories knowing the citizens
SvlU demand their goods.
1. This territory niunt be the great
manufacturing dixtrht ot tho South-
west and it depends on the citizen for
help by asking for home production
Proprietor of Now York Cigar Fac-
tory Guthrie Okln.
WHEN YOU BUY YOUR CIGAR
BE SURE YOU ASK FOR HOME
MADE GOOD'S '
We ifre determined; and .every-
thing In men's wear will be told at
Ipso than cost. SI shirts for 5)c. THE
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