The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 11, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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FRIDAY JUNE 14 1901
TWO INTERESTING CHARACTERS.
6ome Facts Regarding the Rapid Increase of Heart
I'.kh digestion also poisons the
blood making It thin nnd watery
Tvhich irrltatoe nnd woakens the
Tho moat sensible treatment for
heart troublo Is to Impiove the di-
gestion and to insuro tho prompt as-
similation of food.
This can ho dono by the regular
use aftor moals of somo safe pleas-
ant and offocttvo digestive prepara-
tion liko Stuart's Dyspopslu Tablets
which may bo found at most drug
storoq and which contains valuable
harmless dlgostlvo elemonts in a
pleasant convenient form.
It Is snfo to Bay that tho regular
persistent uso of Stuart's Dyapopsla
Tablets at meal time will euro any
form of Btomach troublo oxcopt cancor
of tho Stomach.
Full sized package of these tablets
sold by druggists at GO cents. Llttlo
book on stomach troubles mailed free.
Address F. A. Stuart Co. Marshall
Heart trouble at least among the
Amorlcans is certainly Increasing nnd
while this may be largely due to tho
oxcltement and worry of American
business life. It Ib more often tho re-
sult of weak stomachs of poor diges-
tion. Roal organic dlsoase is Incurablo;
but not one enso In a hundrod of honrt
trouble Is organic.
I The closfl relation bolwoon henrt
trouble and poor digestion Is because
both orgnns aro controlled by tho
same great norvos tho Sympathetic
In another way also tho hoart is
affected by the form of poor dlgostlon
which causes gas and formontatlon
from halt digested food. Tlioro is n
feollng of oppression and heaviness In
tho chest caused by pressure of tho
distended stomach on tho heart and
lungs interfering with their notion;
henco nrlsoa palpitation and short
Bright and Energetic Newsboys Who
Are Making Records.
TSert h no; been perhaps two
more InterentliiK that afters In Guthrie
tccently thai two lit lo newsboys seen
on the struts. Harry and Frank
Wallace aged 1ri and 14 years renpeet-
Ively. These bovs iame to O nth He
about a week bko from Oklahoma City
and have a ioord that Is something
unusual for child -en of their age They
were born and raised In Chattanooga.
Tenn During; the summer of '98 when
the Spanish-American war troops were
mobllrcd at Chlckamaugh National
Military park which Is located about
12 miles from Chattanooga those
boys made a considerable sum by
soiling papers to the soldiers which
gave them a. start and they went out
Into 'the world to make their own way.
Since then tlioy have sold papers In
C'hlrngo Seattle Portland Denver
ii'nl nearly all the large cities In tho
West as well as I-oulsvlIle Cincin-
nati and Indianapolis. They have
been In thK territory for some time
and say they have nearly $1000 in the
bank at Oklahoma City and Intend to
go into the new country when it Is
opened and run a newstand. The
boys are level headed energetic and
have good practical business Ideas.
They like Onllirle and expect to stay
here until the opening of the new
Low Rate to Chicago.
For students attending tho summer
sea slous of the oducnttonnl institute
Chicago 111. the Choctaw route will
sell round trip tickets to Chicago at
one fare plus $2.00. Tickets on salo
June 12th to 15th Incluslvo nnd lim-
ited to return until September 16th
1901. For "particulars .ill on any
agent or address C. II. Hart Gen oral
Western Agent Oklahoma City O. T.
or Jno. V. Tedford Traveling Pass-
ongor Agent; Goo. II. Leo Gonornl
Fassonger Agent Little Hook Ark.
Special Bargain Sale.
J. L. O'Noal tho grocor at 115 Sonth
Socond streot will havo a special bar-
gain salo Friday nnd Saturday. Ho
off ore 1814 pounds of granulated sugar
for $1.00; dry salt bacon at 8 conts;
ennnod goods nnd tinware at cut
prices; all staplo goods marked down.
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL!
The consumption of
has Increased immensely and this coffee
i ;- used in millions of homes.
The grocers alt over the country keep us busy
delivering LION COFFEE to them.
You wfll find no stale LION COFFEE
on his shelves it sells too fast to grow stale.
Why? Because It is an absolutely pure coffee.
Ourrto Strength Purity and Flavor.
Please bear in tnind that
Watoh our noxt advortlsomont.
la not a glazed article; it is not coated with
ogg mixtures or chemicals in order to give it
a better appearance. Wo do not need to resort
to such meftsuras we have no imperfections
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated ami descriptive list. No housekeeper In
fact no woman man. boy or girl will fail to find In the list some nrticlo which will contribute to their hnpplnoss
comfort and convenience and which they may havo by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from
tho wrappers of our ono pound sealed packages (which la the only form in which this excellent coffe is sold).
WOOL50N SPICI1 CO.. TOLDDO. OHIO.
BUFFALO N. Y.
Round trip tickets on sale dally at Cincinnati Ohio July 3rd 4tli and
bnnta Fe dopot at following rates and
with limits mentioned. 'xen day
limit $31.90; thirty day limit. $41.20;
limit of October 31 $51.90
Only $29.05 for round trli. ticket
good to July 14th nnd privilege of re-
Apply to agent for copy of
For fold- nownl
era tickets otc call on ticket agent. foldor issued by Santa Fo
Danger disease and death follow Mr. Jamos Brown of Fortsmouth
noglect of tho bowols. Uso DeWitt's Va. over 90 years of ago suffered for
Little Early Risers to regulate them ' years with n bad soro on Ills faco.
and you will add years to your life and Physicians could not help him. De-
llfo to your years. Easy to take ! Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured him
I nover gripe. J.N.Wallace. I permanently J. N.Wallace.
N. E. A. DETROIT MICH.
JULY 6th 6th 7th.
Round trip tickets $30.60 via Sauta
Fo. Good until July lBth with prlvl-
leve extension of limit Through
sleepors and chair cars. For doscrlp-
tove foldor apply to agent at dopot.
is n companion to a well ordorod stom-
ach. Dr. Caldwell's syrup Pepsin
keeps tho stomach in onlar tho
bronth puro nnd sweet. Sold by F. B.
Lillle & Co.
The Beer that is Making
Every bottle Bears the Positive Guarantee of $1000 that no Substitutes for Malt and Hops
are used in the Manufacture of this Beer
Every First Class Bar in Guthrie handles
Call for it
TELEPHONE No. 2
Sole Distributor for Oklahoma.
P. S. Family trade especially solicited and orders will be promptly filled.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 11, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901, newspaper, June 14, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75144/m1/3/: accessed March 7, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.