The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 6, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOM..
THURSSthY JUNE 6. 1901.
One Price Clothier
That are worthy your attention
See Them in Our Window
We've the largest stock of
Men's and Young Men's Spring
and Summer weight Pants ever
brought to Oklahoma. Any size
or pattern that you may desire
is here. They are made by
America's most famous whole-
sale tailors of the most depend
able materials. Otir small profit
price marked in plain figures is
the lowest you ever paid for
we invite you
to come in at
any time and
goods aud our
you are think-
ing of buying
TELEPHONE No. 2
Ask to see tile
St raw Hnts
that wr are
Belling; at -$1.00
. .l.i..iH.iHf -''-
Every bottle Bears the Positive Guarantee of $iopo that no Substitutes for Malt
are used in the Manufacture of this Beer
Every First Class Bar
P. S. Family trade especially solicited and ordeifs will be promptly filled.
Mlu India Thotnan of Jackson
Mis. la a guest at the Hotel Royal.
Mrs W. A. Trent of At water. III.
arrive In the city this morning.
MM. T. J. Wllaon of PerklnB la a
vlaltor In the city today.
Chaa. Port of Oklahoma City la 8
business vlaltor here toilnv.
W. J. Ilarrod of Woodward la a
visitor here today.
Prof It. J Darker of Crescent City
was In the city today enroute homo
from Stillwater where he attended the
commencement and the special sala
of fancy Hereford cattle. Mr. Darker
Is a raiser of this fine breed of cattle
and has a large herd on his fine farm
near Crescent City.
Lee Watklns of Cleo Is In the city
George Y. Walbright of Stroud is
In the city today visiting friends.
Harry Ollstraji of tits Chandler
News is a jmlltlcal vlaltor here today.
t. Is In Ui
Clarence Stewart la the
iis eougln. Miss Louise Houston
A.'thur Cutlett of Pawnee
Thomas D. Craddock of Lincoln
county la in the city today.
Ike Levy is able to be at his store
after several days' Illness.
Neighbor Urodboll Is down from
Newkirk watching the milling of the
faithful. "I've very little to say
now" said the neighbor "but every-
thing will likely come out In the
wash." Kay county people are proud
of Brodboll. He made a good legis-
Said Justice Irwin today: "I like
Guthrie real well. There's a push and
breeziness about the place which
some other places I know of sadly
Attorney Charley Wrlghtsnun Is
over from Pawnee attending supreme
court "Pawnee and Pawnee county
are enjoying an unprecedented
giowth" said Mr Wrlghtaman. "We
have the warmest country going and
everybody Is hoppy."
Robert Wood attorney and legisla
tor was iu the city this morning.
"Twenty buslnesa buildings are in
course of construction at 8hawnee"
said Mr. Wood. "Our town is fairjy
humming." Mr. Wood left for Norman
at noon to attend a meeting of col-
Lawyer Chns. Blnke is over from El
Iteno. "No I'm a receptive candidate
for n land offico plnco" said Mr.
Blake "but of courso I'd roapond to
an urgent call."
Fatty Smith la ovor from Cushlng.
It is alleged that Mr. Smith is much
put out by something political.
that is Making
in Guthrie handles i
FOR COLORADO TOURISTS.
. The Chicago Rock Island vd Paci
fie Hut I road company has asrotl Its
oompttltors iu the Western and South-
western Passenger association to"
agreo to a series of cheap excursions
to and from Denver Colorado Springs
and Pueblo for the approaching sea-
son on the following basis:
Tickets to be solid from Chicago
and all territory up to the Missouri
river on June 18 and 25 July 10 SI
and 30 Augustt 6 IS 20 and 27 at a
rate of one fare plus $2 for tho round
trip. On July 2 and 0 September 3
'iml 10 a rate of $z6 Is to be made
from Chicago and ?18 from Missouri
rlvo. . Mnts for the round trip Inter-
mediate terrltoty to carry proportion-
nto rates and tlvkots to he sold from
Missouri river points one day later
than the dates given above. Propor-
tionate rates will be mads to aud from
Clsuwood Springs Salt Lake and Og-
A series of eastboond excursions Is
nlao proposed tickets to be .sold from
Colorado common points every Thurs
day commencing with Juno 20 tip to
and including September 12 at a rats
of ont fare pins f 2 for the round trip.
All tickets to he limited for return
pa. age to October 31.
These rates will be tendered con-
necting lines for basing ?iirpoes
which will probablp Insure a ver low
basis of rates throughout the United
States for the excursions. The Chi-
cago Hock Island and Pacific win
rnnke these rates and arrangements
effective regardless of the action of
lUs competitors and will ran special
trains on the dates named.
Cut Rates to Eastern Points
affective Monday May 27th we will
sell cut rate one way tickets to East-
ern points. Buffalo 1st class limited
$21.00; second class limited $20.78.
New York 1st class limited $31.67;
second class limited $31. It. Boston
first class limited $36.16; second claaa
limited $34.05. Tickets to intermed-
iate points on direct lines to be no
higher. A. J. Corklns agent.
The Bank of Indian Territory
Sells Drafts on
The Bank of Indian Territory sella
drafts on Buffalo during tho Pnn-
American exposition. Identification
blanks furnished enabling travelers to
Ottrry funds In porfoct security and
avoiding the necessity of being Identified.
Sole Distributor for Oklahoma.
-5 Customer Do you
Storekeeper No. but I have some u-t n. tfo.'d
Customer No I thank ynn If you l.n't liatxlle
art Schaffner & Marx
I will have to look farther. I can get it a: F r- par-
son's It is Tailor Made and
I also want a Monarch Shirt' an I .1 wr of
Mams Shoes. They are alt right and I e-iti ii l my
money back If I am not satisfied.
5 LATEST IN TIES
LATEST IN COLLARS
LATEST IN HATS
A. O. FARQUHARSON
Opposite Land Office GUTJIKIK. (JKi.A.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 6, 1901, newspaper, June 6, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75137/m1/5/: accessed July 5, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.