The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, June 28, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRII OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY JUNE 28 1901.
LEShB and BRASS
83JCffllU lTB jRt J&f Thtovgh tlit pmw of the skin nmny poisons are
tl-HJBvJIUIV tLfjl-lIk nTf.rlod into the Mood. 1pr.mKitiK the emulation
'5P5TOW U V V m"' "feet"? the constitution a quickly Mid
u-iU'JV a V B p fint.slv an Utoiic KMirmtl within the RUin. Iiist
i i:i ; i- i..f in . .f i
uii'ier inc kih Hrr Tnmimrrnnie nair-iiKC unwi
vessels end miinei ting these with the skill
remilli"ti nf small tubes or glandx through
whii h the j.'iMn i conreyeil to the Mooil sy-
lein. Diirmif the rpriug and uinmer white
the hkm i- inont active and the wres well
no ore much more liable to lie affected by Poison Oak anl Ivy and other
l -miiouH plant. Worker in brass copper lead ami zinc have their health itn-
p.nn (1 aud the blood supply poisoned through the absorption of flue particles of
these metals and the acids used in polUhiug anil cleaning them. Inhaling the
fumes of lead give pointers th.it pallid wbtv appearance of the skin. Itarher's Itch
Is ..I other dWco.sc th it renclie the blood through the skin mid is ft most obstinate
-ti.- when it become! firmly fixed in the system'. After the jiol.wm has reached the
IiI'mi and leen di.ssrtninntrd throughout the system it is too late to resort to local
:. nations. In many casis the blood is elected aimultaneously vtb. the appear
.in i- of the rash or eruption on the skill ami all efforts should be directed to the
i.mriii anon and building up of Uie bkxxl. Ugly eruptions and sores will continue
t li-.-ak out in spite of salves washes soaps or other external treatment.
S S. S. is especially recommended for jKiisons of this character. So com-pi-
U ly do s it destroy the effects of the Oak and Ivy that there is no possibility of
its reappearance and it is equally as efficacious in brass or lead poisoning or llar-
ii r-i Itch ; buildim; up and purifying the blood and driving out of the circulation
p: (unities of cverj kind and remoung every blemish sore or eruption from the
skin. There is no substitute for S. S. S. ; it is the only purely vegetable blood
purifier know. and the safest and best in all constitutional or blood discuses.
Our Moclcal Consultation Department. If ou desire mn specid information
or ndvice about your cuse write our phvs-icians cxjil uning yov.r condition a.d
tti. . will larelully consuler wnat you nave to s.iy
and you will receive a prompt reply. Our physi-
t tans have made a study of blood ami skin diseases
onil Mm can have the lienetlt of their experience
and si- ill without any cost to you whatever. Don't
hesitate to write fully about yourself as nothing
you say joes beyond our office. We have a very
lilUrotiug book on Wood and Skin Diseases which we will be glad to mail free
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA OA.
Via Santa Fe
AT RATES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
On Sale July 1 to 9 September 1 to 10.
Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return $15.00
Glenwood Springs and return - 25.00
Salt Lake City and Ogden $30.00
June IS to 30 and July 10 to August 31 round trip Dakota to
same points ns named nbovo will be sold at one faro plus $2.00 for
A Pullman Observation Sleeper runs between Kansas City and
Colorado Springs on Santa Fo trains No. 5 and C. Tho observation
end Is for free uso of all Pullman passengers.
For further particulars rates on other datos or to othor placos or
for free copy of "A Colorado Summer" write or call on
A. J. CORKINS Guthrie.
Agent The Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.
BUT THE CREEKS CAN'T SELL.
A Practloe That the Indians Find
Profitable With State Investors. i
Eterlpps-Mrdlae Pi ess AM'n.
Sapulpfl I. T. June 28. The travel
between Monott and this point has In-
creased so much that tho St. Ixmls ft
San Francisco railroad is running an
extra coach each vay dally to ac-
commodate the oxtra passengers.
Nearly all of them are Investors from
the states or Oklahoma who are
seeking Creek lands. They stop here
one day. Invest In town property or
journey on south. There Is a mis-
taken Idea prevailing in the states re-
garding the land status here In the
Creek nation and many are taking
long and costly trips in vain. Farm
land can not be bought at present and
many come here with money to in-
vest only to be disappointed. The
Creek Indians have not yet received
titles to their ltiO-acre allotments and
when they do they can not sell their
land for Ave years except by the con-
sent of the secretary of the Interior.
Kvery safe-guard is thrown arot urt
the Indian by the treaty and the white
man who seeks to beat him Is likely
to come cut of the small end of the
There are several forms being used
here to evade the treaty provisions
but the best lawyers assert that thoy
will not hold. One is a bond for title.
In which the Indian binds himself to
give title to the tand when the law
penults. The other Is a sale contract
which Is somewhat similar. The
wily Indian can give the whites point-
ers when It comes to understanding
that treaty as Is shown by the way
In which many of them sell option
after option on the same property. '
Quit claim deeds and bills of sale j
are given on town property and
these are Just as good as a warranty
deed if one takes actual possession.
Land In the Creek towns Is high now
but probably will drop soinovhat In
price as the tlmo of appraisement
dmws nonr ns many hnvo more prop-
erty than thoy enn legally hold and
they will bo forcod to sell.
Is n companion to a woll ordored stom-
ach. Dr. Caldwell's syrup Pepsin
keeps llio stomach In ordor tho
breath pure and bwcoL Sold by F. B.
Llllie . Co.
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL!
MAKE no mistake!
Sec that my head
is on every package of
you buy It guarante.es
its purity No coffee is
unless it is in a 1 pound
scaled packet with the
head of a lion on the
front Then you get
pure coffee the highest
grade for the money.
Watch our noxt ndvortloomont.
of all package coffees ?
And why is it used in
millions of homes ?
Because it docs not
sail under false colors
It is an absolutely clean
pure coffee. No glazing
no coating with egg
mixtures or chemicals
in order to hide imper-
fections. Just try a package of
and you will under-
stand the reason of its
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a folly illustrated and descriptive
list. N6 housekeeper in fact no woman man boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article
which will contribute to their happiness comfort and convenience and which they may have by
simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one pound scaled
packages (which is the only form itx which this excellent coffee is sold).
W00LS0N SPICU CO. TOLHDO OHIO.
LATEST NOTES FROM ALASKA.
(From the Tellor Alaska News
The Frye-llruhn company has erect-
ed a cold storage warohouse In tho
rear of Its market aud Is now engngod
In hnrvosttng 100 tons of lco which
will bo placad around It.
The tomporaturo a few days ago
dropped to C8 dogroes below remain-
ing at thnt point for nearly a week.
Mamie Hlghtower and Blanche Cam-
inetta are doing living picture turns
at tho Savoy.
might rottdhottses between White
Horse rapids and Five Fingers nro
managed by women. Separnlo bod-
rooms for travelers nro among tho
many luxuries now onjoyed by upper
Peg Johnson has an cvon bet of $100
that he doesn't froozo both feet on his
trip to tho Arctic.
The fnro game In the now Eldorado
at Nome wont to the bad about $0000
In three weeks and as a result the
lights went out. To... opaln and Till
Price cut the $100 romnlnlng.
The North Polo Dramatic dub gavo
one of their plonsaut entertalnmonts
one ovenlng last wook
"Skookum Bob Is on his way to
town with a barrel of mineral water
as the result of giving up too many
checks In n little solo gnino down at
tho Club saloon tho othor night.
The big fnro gume Is on at Wilson's
$100 and $200 limit.
The Beer that is Making Guthrie Famous
Every bottle Bears the Positive Guarantee of $1000 that no Substitutes for Malt and Hops
are used in the Manufacture of this Beer
Every First Class Bar in Guthrie handles
Call for itf$
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. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, June 28, 1901, newspaper, June 28, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75153/m1/3/: accessed March 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.