The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, May 13, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER (JUtHniE OKLAHOM..
MONDAY MAY 13. 1901.
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME.
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One Price Clothier
All Sorts and Sizes
young: old slim stout tall short
critical or easily suited will find
just what they want and ought
to have in our big clothing stock.
You will not only find our cloth
ing better made and better fitting
but you will find our prices are
much lower than you have been
in the habit of paying for the or-
dinary kind. We invite you to
come in and examine our hand-
some line of
New Spring Suits
whether ou are thinking of buy?
ing or not-they will interest
Mr. and Mr W II. Herod aie enter-
taining JaWt). H Trouper of Oklaho-
Mr. and Mrs. W. Q Miller are the
guilts of Mm ICtnma Miller of this
r Miles W Judge ndltor of tlio
fisher Times Is In the elly today
v-targ-polnH on metropolitan life.
Maurice I. Webb business manager
of (he Kingfisher Times Is here today
renewing old acquaintances. He was
formerly connected with the Job de-
O tpartmeut of the Leader.
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f hub. i.run Aicrrin ui ivivcrsiuu vsia
its the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.N
AN APPFAL TO THE PttOPL
It Is the ambition of the citizens of
Guthrie to have this city the metro-
polls of the territory. To do this
very cltlaen has a duty to perform
by encouraging all branches of mtu-
ufacturlng (a city without factories
Is (!cnD it docs not matter how small
a factni) is it ought to be encourag-
eJ by mory spirited cltlaen and you
can do this by pathonlalng home In-
dustry ani have the pleasure of see-
ing a small factory animated by the
community compelled to send to
other states for more men.
fr T flaapfll lino ahamaJ lt Xf
J Stowe.She Is the widow of the Invent ftyork Cigar factory employing ilrst
or and manufacturer of the Merrill UoIhss union mea manufacturing a.
I printing presses nnd succeeded herflne grade of cigars guaranteed to
'husband In the business. t stand the crltleliim of thn nnhlle. Unu
mong the newspaper men In theNhnd thirtv -vmr whuIum in mnt.
--Mty today are: Lon and ArUiur I factoring cigars In the city of Nerv
AVhorton Perry Sentinel; Arthur Work an comae to Guthrie highly
i Doles. Perry Republican; W. T. Little recommended maktnr the foIJowlntr
V. c Welsh Perry Enterprise-Times;
E. K Brown Oklahoma City Times-
Journal Lncoln McKlnley ltd Korns
Jere Johnson Newkerk nepubllcan- J T
News-JournaLCl)aji Barrett Shawnao-ftol.
i i ..- -
xneraljLv-'Chas Apperson Shawnee; A.
C. Dolfle. Newklrk Democrat and II.
Ii. Havens Enid Echo.
Charles P. Gordon ana wife of Nor-
man are here today.
P. J. Curran of Springfield Mo. la
In the city. He is president of the
Springfield Wagon Company
ucnator Duffy of Lexington Is In
i (the city.
- '"Freeman M filer nnd wife ht StiTK
water are nere touay attenuing me in-
M augural ceremonies. ( v-
Senator Sidney Clarke of Oklahoma
City s In the cty.
Dr. White and daughter Miss Grucia
Guthrie's Leading Clothier.
106 Oklahoma Ave
FOR COLORADO TOURISTS.
The Chicago Rock Island and Pad-
fir Railroad company has asked Its
i oiujx titers in tha Western and South-
wrshrn Passenger association to
atjn o to a series of cheap excursions
to and from Denver Colorado Springs
und Pueblo for the approaching sea--.a
on the following basis
Tic kcts to be solid from Chicago
anl all territory up to the Missouri
iivr on June 18 and 25 July 1C 23
and 30 Augustt 0 13 iO nnd " at n
i ate of one fare plus l for tho round
trip On July 2 and 9 Sdptembor 3
and 10 a rato of $26 is to bo mndo
from Chicago and 515 from Missouri
river points for the round trip Inter-
mediate territory td carry proportion-
ate rateB and tickets to bo sold from
Missouri river points ono day later
than the dates given above. Propor-
tionate rates will bo mndo to and from
Clenwood Springs Salt Lake and Og-
A serlea of oastbound excursions Is
also proposed tickets to be sold from
Colorado common points ovory Thiers-
day commencing with Juno 20 up to
and Including September 12 at a rata
of one fare plus $2 for tho youndrlp".
All tickets to bo limited for return
pa age to October 31. -
These rates will he tendered con-
necting lines .for basing purposes
which will probnblp Insure a very low
basis of rates throughout the Unitod
States for the excursions. The Chi-
cago Rock Island and Pad fie will
make these rates and arrangemonts
effective regardless of tho uctlon of
its competitors and wljl run spocial
trains on tho dates named.
veil known brands:
The 10 cent clgarc: uowwuor
1 uu-nes and Rebncca.
The 5 cent brands: Gun Ctub Cant-
Sweet Rose and Little Oovarnor.
A few questions to be considered
1. Do the manufacturers in other
states pay our taxes to build our pub-
lic Institutions and Increase Uie valu-
ation of rroperty7
i. Are the cltlzous of Oklahoma
Justified In encouraging Hstern sweat
shop made cigars or any other line of
goods which could be manufactured
8. By demnndlhc home production
will stimulate tho manufacturers of
other states to como hore and. start
branch factories knowing tha eltlzons
will 'emani! their goods.
4 This territory must be the great
.Rate from Wichita to
HELENA BUTTE GARRISON nd
Call nt "Frisco Lino" city ticket ot-
flco corner ot Mnln and Douglas uvc
for full Information or adaresa D. F.
Dunn D. P. A. Wichita Kan.
Hon. C. M. Barn- Retiring Governor.
THIS LOWEST PRICE CLOTHIER IN UUTUttlB
Did you notice it? All hail A
Jenkins! Good luck to you a
The crowds are with us. Did you aotiee 'em J .
in oar store today? They were loorfiug al (O
Our jSwell Line of
What do you think
our shirtwaist man
in our west window V
are a new departure
in our uustuesa but
they are up to' date
and are in vogne.
Come and see them
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Irlw Ira fJrT' M
HAf OtlAfhtft A
A. O. FARQUH ARSON
Opposite Land Office GUTHRIE OKLA. V
JUST RECEIVED !
The most complete line of Hammocks ever shown
t?!!?!..!r.?.r!?? 75c to $650
Thee goods were bought direct from the factory
and at prices that will surprise you wlien you see
We arc also ciryihg a complete line of Tennis
Rackets Balls and Nets. Base Ball goods and
Whiting's Standard Papers for Invitations an$
correspondence and a complete line of Stationer's
Sundries Blank Books and Office Supplies .always in
stock. Subscriptions received for any paper or
periodical publishe'd. and any book published pro-
cured on short notice. Your patronage solicited.
F B LILLIE & CO
Drug and Book Store.
of Camp Russell are visiting In the
President A. C. Scott of the A. and
M. College is a visitor In the city
today. ' i
V. H. Uniholtz of tlio Hdmohd Nor-
mal Is liorq todny. lie is accompanied
by his wife.
Prank Wllion and ife of Stillwater
are here today.
Hurry Wolf lender of. the Commw
clal Tfevalor Hand of Oklahoma City
was ill the olty today. He hail charge
of the Kdinond band which wan a
feature of the imrarte.
Samuel Murphy postmaster of Okla-
liomu City is lnfe tOdfty attending the
Miss Agnes Mulhall of Jlulhall at-
tended the Inauguration She drove
he.- flue team.
Judge II. F. Harwell and wife of
Oklahoma Cjty are here today.
Judge John L. McAtee of Enid is
in the city.
Dr. Threadgill and wife of Norman
are here today. Air. Hayes is cashier
of the Cleveland county bank.
Prof. N. X. Ilutcher and wife of
Normnn are In the city. Sir. Butcher
Is a member of the faeulty of the university.
manufacturing district of the South-
west and It depends on the cltlxons for
help by asking for home production.
Proprietor ot New York Cigar Fac-
tory Cuthrib Okla.
WHEN YOU .BUY YOUR CIGAR
0E SURE YOU ASK FOR HOME
Notice is harsby given that the an-
nual stockholders meeting of the Ard-
more Ice company for the election of
u board of directors for the ensuing
year will bo held at the principal of-
fice of said company In Quthrle Okla.
May'20th 1001 aflO a m.
Paul Jundt Secretary.
Slllicus "TrtUh 1s ralKhty."
cub "Yos; mighty scarce."
To get something for nothing Is
rather n nard proposition out we of-
fer you the Live Guck Inspector the
subscription priro of which is 1.00
per year (and worth every cent of It) ;
and the Weekly Leader subscription
price B0 cent per yeasr (and cheap at
that) ; both papers one year for only
$1.00. Title is certainly full value for
the money but In addition each num-
coutnin beginning at an early date
absolutely without extra cost to you
i the only stock paper published cm
the range and that It captured a grand
prise at the Paris exposition. Sample
oplee sent on request.
Remeuer the Lire Stock Inspector
excellent serial and short stories of
equal Interest with thoe published In
the papular magazines. This supple
ment will alone afford you a dollars
worth of ontertainlng reading.
The baseball fan comes ahead of the
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Saftv V. B. A. jkM
SB3PLv W 01
1 m lug 1 for Mottnml
IrritntluM or uleerattotH
til mueaui nmHimi
Meeting of the Oklahoma Press As-
sociation. Tae annual meeting of the Oklaho-
qja Press association will be held at
Black well Okla. on Tuesday May
21 for the purpose of transacting
such business as may properly come
before the association.
This meeting of the association
promises to be one of the most Im-
portant to newspaper publishers ever
held in its history and every news-
paper publlshoi and editor is urged
to be present. The glad hand of el-
come is extended to all whether active
members or not. We want to mako
Cue newspaper fraternity of Oklaho-
ma n mutual bailout association
whereby the business of publishing
a newspaper may be a profitable one.
and nn other way is more prudent
than a compact and well regulated
organization of those interested in the
business. Therefore it Is hoped that
Address of welcome Mayor of
Response F. T.'Ceok president ha-
you will be present at this meeting.
"TJte Henefits of Press Associations '
F. II. Greer State Capitol.
Oklahoma Historical Society L.
"Machine vs. Hand Composition
Itoy Stafford Oklahoman.
"Newspaper Knockers" L. Q. Nib-
lack Leader. .
"The Editor's 8olety"--T6m B.
Wooeley MulliU Knterprlse.
"Journalism in a New Country" J.
W. DeLisle. Woodward Ilulletln.
"The Newspaper as a Railroad
Dullder" J. W. Iiwton Arapahoe Ilee.
"Newspaper Inliuence" C. N. Pat
mer Medford Patriot.
"The Small Page Paper; I Us Advartr
tages and Blsadvautage'-I. IS Oil-
strap Chandler News.
F. T. Cook Prsiant.
Lon Whorton Secretary.
Skin affectlpns wilt readily (lU3ai
pear by using DeWUt's Witch Hftzol
Salve. Look out for counterfoil If
you get DoWitfs you will get ood
results. It is the quirk untf pOBltip
uie foi piles
Sold by J. N. Wallaro
alulMl. til J nut MtllD.
Jti'iEvewOHtuiwiOo. sut or otoi.pei.
hom ny DrPCBlMi
or rent in wtt vrrryr
m. ur IhjII1-. et.n
iwular N-nt on rfl"
Geo C. Hiekock CurtVss Wis. says:
"Foley's Kidney Cure baa been Usted
and found to be all you claim for It.
I have given It to my fatlior and It is
tho only thing that ever helped him "
J. N. Wallace.
Our Wall Paper always
It is reliabh dependable
paper of quality.
The designs are the pret-
tiest that talented artists
We buy Pittsburg Wall
Paper direct from the mak-
ers. No one else iu town
can sell it.
We are anxious to show
you the new styles
Have you our catalogue
CORNER DRUG' STORE
J. N. Wallace Prop.
Our Engraving: and Repairing Departments are a feature with us.
Besides Jewelry and Precious Stohfes we have; somefine China Ware.
E the Leading Jeweler
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, May 13, 1901, newspaper, May 13, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75117/m1/5/: accessed July 6, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.