The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 92, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 13, 1901 Page: 8 of 8
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Tin- Deliclou Desert.
Made in two Iniites.
; ' ii A
Tney have no Equal
So Delicate Dainty arid Nice
H 1 11 f vm$ H
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- LOOAL' MENTION.
Itenta me decroasltiR.
lUn Iwlii' il I'
The candidate has hloaaomed out.
Dust stioctacies command a ready
D. Adams loft IMtTttgltr fr tli'refpt of a copT t tlm "Hoport of the
Indian torpyJuyie interest ol the
Scottish Kite consistory.
If we advertised our prices In the
paper we would be aocused of stealing
the stuff we are netting so cheap.
Snyder DENTJ8T( 6ver Grand
The PnBt HIkIi PrluSi'Gei bperiner
and Mcssra.- 'Douglas' Pollook and
Ing ttf. Install a chapter Ipdue of ' Uio
Masons at Shawnoo.Oklnhoma City
"' They can't holp' it; crabbed old
1 bachelors and disappointed girls' over !
30 need Iloouy Modhtaln. Toaj onrrlos j
them back to childhood's lwVi' home.
3c. Ask your dmggist.
Some time aBo A. 13. I.elrK a young
man of Woods oounty. vvaa sent to
pifiMOn for'larcenj'. Now his -claim it
lining contested Wij unless he can get
out he. wilt lose fi. IUh fnUir is lt-'
dilating a petition for his pardon and j
the man he robbed is -lrt ulntlng a re-;
search light of public op'nion has
reciilnd the fact that Rocky Mouutaln
Tea Is tho Krnnteat hpi-Ihk blessing!
ever offered afflicted mankind. 35c.
Ask your rfrutrsftit. '
V lwdwfc ljiAvaB maUjns liifi
round of the stores early this morn-! Unless feeling. They euro nheuma-
iDK boforo Iota of people lrtul tholrhlsm and the laaHltudo following
oronkfast and when Iih Bteppoil Into
The Rush ko found ovory olerk bnsy
Wilting on cuatoinara. It shows that
The Hush la doing luiaijiQSR
Three pairs of school shoes at our
price for the price of one pair charged
by others. THE RUSH.
Fine Tailor Made Suits
Worth $1H to $-10 will sell for'
0 TO s18
"MADE TO ORDISR
LEFT ON TAILOR'S HANDS
BEST WORKMANSHIP .
O Next Door to Guthrie National Bank
Uur line 01 jeweiry is longer
and just a$ straight as this
w r- t-w dfcJWM Thn M or contracts fo wwctUg
Pure Food LtemK !two rimtY r fr1 JT-
TAKKS THE PAOK 01? '
We hine met drunkards In our day.
and never yet mat one who said "hie."
jThe "hie" tradition should be- called
Leader acknowledges the re-
Chief JuUp yif Jujenj Court."
sent by Hon. 0. A. Oalbraith asaoel-
ate justice of Hawaii.
14 ;.. . .
Our to quit business sale continue?
as outlined In the beginning. Every-
thing at actual ooat 'and less than
cost. To start vlth our stock was. the
largest In Guthrie and then we added
this spring's purchases of new goods
but we are gradually closing out-and
hope to have everything sold by'the
time we specified. THE RU8H. f
. Ho una. iiidwji .the urt1i&?rnuijrvtflr-
tiirftt oho jindargooB from.pll unloss
I I.Mv nn a l4ttfttiA
lVi" " " " V a T j
V Pe Ointment h ia qulo
painloss euro. Price 60 conta In bot-
tles. Tubes 75 oonts. .
F. fc. LUllo &. Co. tend Whoolor &
Pon. '- ' .; r i -. . ' -. s
For a few dollars you can fit out the
school boy with cjothlno and shoes to
I last him 'the rtslVrthfs term and all
through vaeaTT5rr'fry 117 THE RUSH.
i '.' T-.
trying to clen 6utj)Ur.bfg
enV spirts boy's 1tneepan&
line of men'
suits and waluJnd shoes at ooat and
less than cost THu RUSH.
. 1 ..fl no-1.
ti mi n iiiuii Am Lunaivu ii v mj.
' to he roasted.
Moore's Pllutea-are a gusrunieod
cure for all formB ot MWnrU Agae.
Chills and Fever. Swamp Favor Ma-
larial Fever Bilious Fovor Jmindleo
JLHqju"! f9Mrtipa&J-9 JiUtoriii
blood poison produced from Malarial
poisoning. No Quinine. No Ars(mlc
Acids or Iron. Do not ruin stomach
or teeth. Entirely tasiolens. Prlco.-
60c per box. Dr. G. C. Moor: Co.. No..
310 Worth Main street Sti Louis Mo
Sold by F. B. LUlld & Co. and 'Whooloi
&. 8on. '
KHS VKADF.rt OUTMSIEi'oKLAHOMA
J. C. BrcKvti Resign as Peace Jusitoe
1 rtefuniSr'Vf Takes. '
The county commissioner were In
a.lon this k and attended to
M St an Up tt-B . i j'oi9 wrcv-uif
only hiMsM WKl th contract Wbk
awnrdil ill lftfitcv for &. ''
A tHt jf1"1 from Joseph WtfMstfnf
1 Hone Hllf Township for r rod rjttt
of way 'Jjras accepted and a wnpt
jfor $10 Imci'MI drawn in hi fvdft
TV tlbtitlon of Pttul Newnain
I anil .. H?$jninDrf. for rcftiflfitoi taps
(wte M.JKwi;- . '.' "
I Ti d.jwite!iMi of c. a. fljwrilrk
! was .on'hl "id tJ.colu-
I urer onleWv'WI TUB
re-itnta tfc.slcal Inner u merit v
i The tax petition of A. I.. A
granted and a warrant rove
claim ordered drawn reitnbn
I Cor money paid tiia county tr
The Urn petition of C. B. B;
; granted nnd a warrant order
I for $41.05 reimbursing him fi
I paid to the county treasurer
n granted iintt a ari
drawn for- the amonilt eorrtnf Wb
The oJCicial bond of the treasurer
or Rose Hill township was approyod.
The resignation of J. C. Drowu as
Justice of the peace in Crescent town-
ship was submitted nnd accepted. J-
P. Good was appointed to succeed him1
and a commission ordered issued.
The session then adjourned to
meet in regular session April 1st.
V t'te Republicans Had to Accept the)
Capers Vote Basts Plan.
The Republican ticket I'aofaed up
by nero domination and A-lccted in
the wards is as follows:
Klrst Ward (Two to el- t . V. G.
lloustoa and George M. Uic.-n.
Second -M. L. Carlisle j
Third O. L. Brooas.
Fourth F. B. Llllle
Fifth-Goorge N. Nichols.
fFor School Board.
First Ward W. M. Spurlock.
Second N. M. Carter.
Fourth W. W. Painter.
Fifth C. E. Smith.
Frightened by tfto posalbllltloa ot
the Capoja vojte panof.j;eproB9nta-
tlon. the Rouublioan- primaries turo
poorly rittondotl as coapardirVltu inl
iiiuua jiubi.. uio irigiu iiuiiiiiuiimi
seemed to havo Its eifoct ufon a great
pbrtibn of tho party. Tho city con-
vention will .behahj tomQrpjgnyttej-
noon In the probate court room to
iftlioos'e the main iim'tl Of the tlcket.'w
' j '; ' .sr
; The lwd; df !rimj) lays few wrln
. .. ti ij j x. ....
ies on in urow oi in em uini
Rocky Mountain Tea this month
great spring blessing. S&r. Ask your
A plbasiKg'Uecture. $
A large crowd listened t6 the Illus-
ti.'fd lecture given last uiglit at tile
district court room by J. W. Shoon-
lieidt. The entertainment was under
Mr. Sehoanholdt is n pleasant trfllcA -
or nun imp an urimut way unit is mi-
preaalVo 'His Illustrated lecture Is on
tho line1 of' "fn His Steps" and ft av
Children often Thhorlt feeblo dlgo's
tlve power and collfr 6t a more Or loss
sovero character results whon food Is
takon Which is at all difficult to di-
gest. White's Cream Vermifuge nets
na a gonoral nnd permanent tontc.
Prjco 26 dents.
P. B. LJllle A Co. and Wheeler &
LL-BRED STUDENTS HANG
GOVERNOR IN EFFIGY-
College Lads Vent Their Anger at
Stillwater Okla March 13. The
students qf the Agricultural and Me-
chanical college here met in a body
last night nnd hanged Governor C. M.
Barnes in effigy. This la the second
effigy hanging Qf the governor here
since he vetoed the appropriation bill
for the Stillwater college.
Sclmman's Grand Concert and
Opora next Wednesday ovonlng.
Tho lingering oougli following
grlppo calls for Ono Minute Cough
w .OwratttaFonjnlUtltcflatsnnii'luns. troubles.
this Is tho cc!y hanulosa remedy that
glvos Immediate rosults. Pruyenta
Sold by J. N. Wallace
iMt was '
W'x'T ". ' '" . '" J -do 'ihhiin'i'"!i-c'-
WEDNESDAY MARCH 1& 1901.
; i '";" 'J".'1. ' i '."" " ...- -. tffcmmiiiiMiuiMiiiiiim.Hiiii n. Ul -1
Every For-m J PHea Yield to It.
In tplta o( the faot that the Pyramid
plto Curf la o wn known as a cer-
tain rnro for every tortn of pitea.
tlipu are still many people who think
a RiiiKlcnl operation the only sure
Hundreds of thorough trials in the
hsifte of physicians and patients
haw iiroven beyond a donM. however.
th;ii Miilal operations for piles are
imiim'i t .sn' iiufi. many iiihbs uu-
gn)iiR 'o life nnd a relic ir Ddrhar'
Ism. The Pyramid Pile Cure will
eure imy form of piles effectually ami
wltlumf a' Da..w.-1c. of pain or IncOli-veni'-nri'.
at sHht ejpense and no
dam;r whaterar as It is perfectly j
hHnnles". The way It effects patients I
who tine It tnsy he Inferred from the
follow ln from Mr. E. Crook. of-Water-loo
Iowa: Gentlemen- I have used'
the Pyramid Pile Cure and It la out of i
8i(.lit. the bcit thing I ver tried. I
th' 'k it has entirely cured me. J '
h.i-." told Mr. Knspp. -nr d.'itgxlatl
hen ilxut it and he hfn ordered
sonic. Tnis lemciy lh ;i tuoal ininf
('. G. Splllman. Hunts-
vil! Ala.: Not long slnc- you sent I
my husband some of yo.ir Pyramid j
Pile Cure and it did him so much
iKood that I wain to write to you and
tell you about It as he suffered very j
much and nothing seemed to reach j
his case until he tried the Pyramid.
From J. D. Roberts. Mi. Morlah
Mo.: "I have used the Pyramid Pile
Cure and' result) have bean entirely
satisfactory. There can be no ques-
tion but that It la a certain and last-
ing cure for pltr-a at least It has so
proven In my case."
Miss Eaator Kunley of Tracy City
Tenn. writes: "The Pyramid Pilo
Cure has done my sister more good
than anything she has ever taken. I
have nothing but words of warm
commendation for it."
The Pyramid Pile Cure has become
recognised as the only standard pile
cure strictly 'on Its merits and what
it has repeatedly done in obsttnato
cases both In private practice of
reputable physicians and in individu-
It Is so cheap ns to be w .'.iln the
reach of all classes of people and
druggists everywhere state that it
gives universal satisfaction which can
huffdy be otherwise whon it s re-
memborod that It la composed uf the
best romedlefl Known to the medical
profession In treatment of rectal dis
eases. It la prepared by tho Pyramid
ujTlE uq. Aiarsnau. Mien
snig uy an druggists.
The Democrats of the Third ward
will meet at the office of J. H. Over-bajv-in
Oie Hirsohl-building on Mon-
ti oTlleoffifi flvU delegat'tSft to
;rean(;d mt Uf;the o-fon-
nun. rr y. n oumusci.
CrinrucJtteyman Xhlrd Vn.
Like Qllver Twist children ask for
more when "given One Minute Cough
. Tt3ire. Mothers endorse It highly for
Croup. It quickly cures all coughs
and colds and every throat and lung
trouble. It Is a Hpeolflc lor grippe nnd
Lastltma and hna long been a well
Knowa remotly for whooping cough.
I .Tha. Loadec hns.no oomnllmentnrv
fuWrlpllo v?U& In the
oltj' Is 0 cpta a month; 16 cc
wepk ocs sents a. copy.
Whan you. are bilious uso those fa-
mous lltto plljs knpwn as DeWltVa
Llltlo Early Itlsors to cloanso tho liver
knil bowels. Thoy novor gripe.
' SqW by J. N. Wallace
"Children are not cute when thoy aro
a few weeks old but It Is different
with a pup.
THE GUTHRIE PUBLIC LIBRARY
upstairs' ovor Finney's hnrnoss shop on
Oklahoma tvve. Open Weilnesdays and
Saturday from 2 to 6 p. jn. Come P
and soo the new hooks.
THE CAPITOL NA-
TIONAL BANK. OF
MA. OFFERS TO DE-
BUSINESS AND RE-
EVERYWHERE. i ...-. ...-- - . -
I ' KEYNOTE
LEADER CLASSIPIBD WANTS
(Locals In this OQltinfii )ira aharged
for at the rate of t ce'iits iier line six
words for first Insertion and 3 cents
for each Insertion UirtsijftQrt). '
FOR ltBNT Office rooms In the Bill-
ingsley block-. JSngulce at Cnpltql
national btxnt! & ' '
WANTED TO nKNT or 5 room
house to aouple without children
or woujd p-srehao Ifng rdftsdriSbfe
price. Address Udusofje at Lorfttlifr
off'ce. ' - Jf '
' 5 r ..
' ; "wi 'f
WANTED At 320 East Noblo avenue
a few private roomers and board-
PERSONS desiring room and board
can obtain samo by calling fit 320
EUst?6ifloA TSrmi loaSonablc. .
i OR SALE At OIsmlths; 2 nomlng-
tori. 1!T tStrgerifrcech loading shot-
MtfESP tKft. i!SJfek "fl!"!
Frolt SALE A number of c
an hnrec. G1S East Sprlngor
TCOr ENT Nldolj : furnished front
om. close in. Apply at Tho Loud-
W'ANTEDr-MAN; ' Wijh horso and
PllKSy to sell Pasture Stock Food.
Salary ?15 per week and ton per cent.
vlous experience not essential. Pas-
ture Stock Food Is the greatest dls-
fflfMJe In. P
absolute guarantee. Steady perma-
nut trade etty e tJliKUJ Sjiflo
ba sufficient for tvo wooks'feedlng.'
free. Send 25 cents in stamps or sil
ver to cover express charges. Pas-
ture Stock Food Company 324'TJfncs
- I.H. .. -" ft: y I ... Vii f-4-
WANTBD-Morf tMohrh barber trtijfe
nuglit thoroughly In eight weeks
by lectures iustructlons and practi-
cal experience. Wo prosont outfit of
tojs -allpw( "'Saturday nes ;nnd
guarhntoo $12 to $15 wcoldy whon
conlptitet''JU Qafeon novhlg "ue
miind for graduatos. Wo navo placed
tfvdr SfiS'oh 'paliicb' trains' hospitals
hotels country and city shops as well
ns locating many In their own shops.
Now Hold opon. No hotter trade In
oxlstonco. Write today for special
spring off or and catalogue. Molor
Barber Collogo St. Louis Mo. '
The Kansas City Times
OP KANSAS CITY
Prints all 'the News
Tells the Truth r
; '- M y m -
UtiUei' editorial Management
A. A. LESUEUR
IfewsieSt' MosE1 Interesting
and best lllUPtrated
V v ij h ft
in the west
.ts WaVlcet Page the ''moi Ac
curate and ReliablejPublishedj
Dliy anuundiy li.li...4$'tUTear:
l!ii'lJ "imouiaunuay jimikijcui
NVMily sec py yr
Arc riot tiiB bfl.iftt year
ln. fall or Iat spring
but simply up-to-date in
A!l Ihig Hciisons latest
creations. Now Nobby
Artistic and Haydiptne.
Eise'nsGhniidt & Weckel
One Price Fejet Flttc
(First pulbIIllod in Dally Leader
MaroJi 0 10QL)
- jOAD NOTICE.
NotlceVls. heroby riyen that at a
meetlnglot tlie board of ipmnilsalonors
of Logarp county OWaliomix territory
held on io ?0th dny of February
1901 n P8'tjf WtyiW by H. L. White
and others qt QjOiwrird fownshIp. asking
for a view for1 thVpurposo ot locating
a certain county .road described" as
Beginning at the jsfjation cornor
Mnj tliQfi norths Una Qf soctToh G Soward
tfawuBlri; tnejif)ti topUi m M section
'lfpotp'Wdi M'lttf ot.tMtownslto of
Nlv4in:;4nut' tuorp nilg. h
Sath foadt5 to 40Ielt wide; said
Vi section line to Ho editor of said
road was presented nnd that Chris.
Sqbly ;p: AV. JoffrQJ nnd E. M.
GoUhre wofo nriribint'aa1 viewers nnd
will 'niobt at tho place of beginning of
said roadon March 20th A. D. 1991.
at 10 o'clock a m. ot sulci dny and
proceed to view and lay out said road
fttut gyft all pajyes a hearing.
Dono by ordor of tho Board of Coun-
ttvdmmjBsIorsJtQti Logan County
UKHtuuiim lurruori .
.. J. B. Dobson County Clerk.
Juicy & Tender
You won't iind any hard work
connected with the eating of
our meats. They are sufficient-
ly young juicy and tender to
make masticatiqn easy and dl-
Igestion simple and the exercise
an tnrougn one or pleasure.
You need good meat. Don't
buy any but the best.
COMER & PHENIS
1J6 W. Harrison.
News and Opinions
Daily by mail - $0.00 a y-ar
Daily and Sunday 8.00 a ypnr
The Sunday Sun
is the greatest newspaper in the
'Price 5o a copy. By mail $2 a year
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