The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, June 28, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
FRIDAY JUNE VS 1901.
TOOK Ft 11IT
Daughter of the President
of the Leather Trust
Scrlpps-McKa.il Press AWn.
New York lum 28. The police of
the Vit ThlnlHh street station have
been asked to find the contents of a
Jewel rasket of MIhh Caroline Town-
send I'lum whfh mysteriously took
lllght from hir boudoir on the second
lloor of her ftithfru residence at 60
West Thirty-sixth mnot. recently and
which. It Is miimWdl were assisted
In their flight in .i person of the mu-
ullne Rendei with a taste for prec-
ious stones win) unKHllantly entered
the hr.ise and took ml vantage ot the
younR woman trustful carelessness
in leaving th huuhli-s expo ?d to
Miss I'lum U i ilaiiKhtor of James
II I'h.m. who i'h president of trc
leather Trust lias aehive'l a fortune
In sole and uppers Not long ago
her engagement to & Vr. Nason. a
member of the I'nlon nd Weetmlna-
ter Kennel Citibn whk announced.
Hart Handsome Engagement Ring.
Coincident with that pleating an
nouncement MIhr Plum's engagement
flngpr was adorned -vlth a diamond
ring tlie stone In which would havo
excited the cupidity u( t blind man.
She had othf r Jewelry of value
w'jlch she kept In a case upon jer
irelng table. Ht open window
backed by th roof of an extension
offered pasy ac ens to tlie room by
one possessed of the athletic powers
of the second ntor man. And this
is believed to hav. been the road
which the Jewels took In their unox-
When Miss Plum tscovered her
Iohk she wept tears of bitterness.
'Never mind. my daughter. I will
bu you other Jewels" said her fath-
er Other Jewels Couldn't Reulac: Them.
"Ah yea" she suld 'Othor Jow-
els Indeed! hut who can rOplaco tho
jewels that are lost the pledges of
This was a question lior father could
not answer. Ho did not try.
The family loft yesterday for tholr
Bummer homo on the New Jersey
coast Tho police had not found for
tin oi much consolation. Suspicion
rcniH on (in acquaintance of n form-
er member of the household but that
Is u8 far as the trail naa carried
Th house last night was in charge
if criietakers They said they did
not know the intrinsic value of the
stoli i jewelry. They had been in-
Urn. it not to talk about the matter.
The first two months a man would
take the baby tip In the garret and
hide ft if he thought his wife or the
nurse wouldn't cotch him at It.
When you paint your build-
ing use a paint material that
will look well wear well and
preserve the surface to which
it is applied.
fills all of
lo be Strictly Purt old Dutch
Jrvctss While Lead. It is the
best and most economical paint
that you can usy. Insist on
your painters employing this
For sale by all reliable paint
dealers throughout Oklahoma
and the Indian Territory.
.National Lead Co St Loins Branch
Cluk Ave andTteih St Si Louii ilo
Vii ! 'ru i ot rSrvil
if . .....................
You ran truit the qimllty of
Wettnore'K I lent tobneoo.
Alwayn the bet and nlwnya
the iamb. It high quality
will bo maintained no long
ni a lioiit of cheweri nppre-
olnte a eeiiHlne chew at an
honot price. No premiums
nro neeewmry with Wot-
more lleit. It Bell on Its
merit. Aik the dealer.
M. C WETMORE fODACCO CO.
SI. Louis Ma.
The litrgett independent
factory in America.
HERE'S YOUR MAIL.
List of Letters Remaining In Outhrle
Postofflce June 25 1901.
Uaruhlll Mrs. Hugh
lieruhelsel Airs. F. M.
Uoyil Miss Anna.
Drown Mrs. Rachel
llkllson Mrs. V. V.
French. Mrs. J. 11.
Hurleser Airs. John
flaggard Sire. Ilosle.
Isreal Miss Edim
jenklns Mrs. W.
Johnson Miss Com.
Luett Miss Caroline.
Mlnlgn Mrs. Maggie
N'olson Mrs. Ada.
Itoynolds Mrs. Sadie
.teed Mrs. 13. M.
Shannon Miss Bessie.
Willoby Miss Lilllc.
-arbur H. T.
Barber. J. A.
Carey. Peter A.
Dobson T. J.
Ooffrey J. B.
Ureen J. S.
Guthrie. S. V.
Hortoa. D. W. (.
Hiitchlnson A. J.
t.amle. W. II.
Lobdell O. W.
Llwyd II. J.
Magulre M. C.
McKluney Sara (2)
Norris B. F.
Quiglsy James (3)
Smith J. M.
Smith 15. S.
Sintth V. O.
StephWieon II. L.
Welle. B. W.
Wowl It. B.
Wlnstou. Rev. N. W.
Whiteelde. Frod (2)
Young Z. W.
Rose A. F.
Kny John B
McCabe W. B.
W. M. McCoy P. M.
Tho high premluwm on honenty
proves that It la the best policy.
A Chtu.tr' s f'MosoAy
TOADS STOP A CITY'S TRAFFIC.
Pests invade and Take Possession of
Scripps-McRae Press Aes'n.
McPhorson Kas. June 28. This
ei'y is suffering from a toad rlague.
The recent dry weather has caused
the bogs and swamps which surround
McPherson to dry up and the toads
which are unusually numerous this
year have invaded the town.
Traffic of almost all kinds has been
uspeade-J. Street cars bicycles and
buggies can not be used while the
toads hop about the streets. Horses
can hardly be driven along tho streets
because their fear ot tho toads.
The city officials will talto steps to
rid tho town of the pusts.
THE BRITISH DOCTORS.
Are Doing a Noble Work at Their
Office at 118 East Oklahoma
Avenue over Burke's Grocery
Numerous Remarkable Cures arc i
Being Reported Dally. I
A staff of eminent physicians nnd
surgeons from the British Meotcal
Institute have at the urgent sollcltn-j
Uon of a Urge number of patients
uudor their care in this country estab-
lished a permanent branch of the In-'
stltute In this city at 118 Oklahoma
aenne. over Burke's grocery.
These eminent gentlemen have de-
cided to glvt their services entirely
free for three month i (medicines ex-
cepted) to all Invalids who call upon
tiiem for treatmeut between now nnil
July 12. These services consist not
only of consultation examination and '
advice bat also all minor surgical op-1
The object in pursuing this course
Is to become rapidly and personally i
t ...y ly& mV? 9
iiiisiiiipniiiinin i 'ii i mTT'irr-Mr-K'wfc'JM'"l"'w-e
acquainted with the rick and affllcUd rtTotliMu
and tinder no conditions wilh anylprlcoCOcandfi. L..rceslrocontains2timi
charge whatever be mado for any
services rendered for three months
to all who call before July 12.
The doctors treat all forms ot dls-i
ease and deformities and guarantee I
a cure In every case they undertake. '
At the first interview a thorough ex-1
amlnation Is made and if lac arable i
you are rrunkly and kindly told so;
also advised against spending your
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness catarrh
and catarrhal deafness also rupture
goitre cancer all skin diseases and
all diseases ot the rectum are posi-
tively cured by their new treatment.
Dr. H. A. McCUeaney the chief con-
sulUng surgeon ot the Institute Is in
Office hours from 0 a m. till 8
No Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you can not call
send stamp for question blank for
CHEAP RATES TO BUFFALO.
We will sell tickets to Buffalo ac-
count af the Pan-American exposition
at following ro.a.
Guthrie to Buffalo and return con-
tinuous passage both directions with
a 30 day limit at $41.80. Same ticket i
with a ten day limit $8V00.
A. J. Corklns Agent.
I' amy often depends upon a pull.
Over in New York they have a haul of
TWO 30LDIER8 QUARREL.
Sertpps Mcltae Press Aas'n.
San Franolsoo June t. Two sol-
diers while crossing the bay in an
open boat last night fought and wan
capslced. Musician Allen of he
Third artillery wss drowned but the
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchltla" write Mrs. W. K. Havl-
land of Armonk N. Y. "but when all
other remedies failed wo saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our nloce who had Consumption in
an advanced stage also used this won-
derful medicine and today aha is per-
fectly well." Desperate throat ami
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery at to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for Coughs and Colds.
50c and $1.00 bottles guaranteed by
A. E. Oray. Trial bottles free.
OLD PLANTATION CAKE WALK.
At Island Park Evening July 3 Benefit
I Benevolent and Charitable
I This entertainment under the man-
'ngement of J. O. Severns will be one
of tue best attractions ever given In
i the city. A list of prises will be given
In addition to the fine cake donated
by the Vienna Bakery made from
Silver and Gold ilour donated by the
Model Roller Mills.
i Walter Gray will be master of cere-
nionles. Music will he furnished by
tlie colored orchestra. All the local
high steppers will contest also Brooks
joun80n ani wi(e tue ciiQnjpion
! cake walkers of Oklahoma City and
! several couples from Perry and othor j
cities win be Here. The Judges will
be Mayor Ball Hon. F. II. Greer and
C-pt. B. F. Hegler.
Reserved seat tickets will go on
sale Friday morning at Wallace's
drug stare at 60 cents each.
Notice of Removal.
The City hospital la now locatod at
513 East Harrison avenue near tho
We are complololy
the treatment of all
1 equipped for
chronic dlaordors. Consultation and
examination froo. We furnish all
modiclnes at nominnl cost Dr. John
Waldorf Kohn tho specialist in
charge has had yoars of cxper.'onco
and has practiced in Europe ns well
as In this country. Persons unable
to call can write and explain their
case. Symptom blank on application.
Hours: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m.
and 7 to 8 p. m. Address City Hob-
pltal 513 East Harrison avenue
When sickness results from care-
lessness nature says "I told you so."
man lthout principle.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests tho food and aids
Nature in utrcnthening and rccon
Btriictlnp: the exhausted digestive or
grins. Itlstlu tpstdlscovcrcddlgcs'-
nnt and tonic. No other proparatiuj
can approach It in efllclency. It In-
stantly rellovesand permanently cures
Dvspopsln Indigestion Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea
Rll.lr TTntwInnhn n.intUl.i n-.. . ...1
Prepared by E. C. DcWITT ft CO. Cblcoao.
Sold by 3. rf. Wallace.
There is something to
See Eat & Drink
P6 beautiful o ark mountain
Fred IUrve t-jilut hus. j ami cafe cars
(kuri-k.i SjirioK" - if
Tt fauxiua riealtD ro-ort.
TtmxiKB tars without change on all Frisco
WICHITA OKLAHOMA AND
Pullman Palace Sleepers
Ueciintag Uhair Oars
Parlor Day Coaches
Train!) Ieav Vtculta 1:20 and ll: p. in. Ok-
:SomaClty HiilSa. m Arrlw at St.louls
following wurnlne at T:S6 and evening at 9.
Train Uavlac St.ljouuB p m. arrives Wlch-
it.i StSR h. n. Ofclahama 5:96 n m Train
bants 8:4ft a ra arrives Wlcblta
Santa Fe irain make close eonne-ctlens at
Wicliiia and Oklahoma iur?U Prieo iolnU
on regarding rates time
will be cheerfully given
rfhulHS. mhn. hLc w
IbranyPrUco repreentUve or the u
.et?0B" " a AiJSxu'SiS
branv Frltco representative or the under-
UUNN Dlst- 1'ass. A.gt.WIChTti Ks.
f Always the Best
when looking for the Best liquid re-
freshment to be found in the city do not
over look the Senate Snloon situated on
the Best corner of the Best street where
the Best liquors the Best wines the Best
beer the Best cigars and the Best and
Most courteous treatment will always be
at your service.
Family srade a specialty and solicited.
Cor. Harrison Ave. and First St.
The old stamping ground of Smith's famous boarding
stable lias been purchased by Messers. Case & Peter
son. The new proprietors purpose to maintain the
high standard the place has enjoyed in the past by
their manner of cater'ig to the wants and desires of
their patrons and their skill and experience in caring
for horses left in their care. Corner of Vine and
J. W MoNKAL. PrcsUtnt
Guthrie National Bank
VRTi?utulZilfi. k v JAMBS STItATTON THANK DALtC
n addition to offleers of bank J. R.C0TTir0UAM.
vV. J HORSFALL Caphier.
The Most Perfect Beer Brewed
Call for it ever3vhere. Drink it every where.
C:ty Office.Black Bldg Phone 54i TJ XM t?T A PIT
bottling Works 54i JCl. VV . JjJLjAUIV
Linen will last 3 times as long
when Laundered by us. Our new
Process is Perfect We work to
please our customers and we are
pleased with our Customers.
PALACE LAUNDRY CO.
L. C. BOOTH 51
Account Fifth Internntlonionnl Convention of Bpworth League.
Son PrAnelBco July 18-21.
San frnneisco is uu ideal pamnier roaorfc weather always cool.
Trip thither In summor across high tnblolanda of New Mexico
and Arizona Is pleasant air bracing no opprosslvo hoat or dust.
Boat way to go is via Santa Fo only lino under ono monago-
mont Chicago to San Francisco; dally trains to California Fred
Harvey meal service pensonaly-conductcd excursions.
On tho way visit Indian puoblos and potrlflcd forest also-
Grand Canon of Arizona world's greatost scenic spectacle now
See southern California Its noted resort hotels Idyllic valloyB
Majestic mountain smooth heachos and lovely lslanus its old
missions Us cemi-troplc frultu and flowers Its great oil wells.
This Important section via Santa Fo Route cheapor than most
other linos and with greater comfort
Extromoly low round trip rates; liberal stop-over privileges;
choice of routes returning; open to overybody. All ticket agento
sell 'via Santa Fo route. Descriptive literature on request.
Santa Fe Route
A. J. SBAY Vice-President (
ihat Hred Feeling.
It is Healthful.
PhoneJ No. 47
or. 1 it; Clevelnrl.
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