The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, June 28, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
FRIDAY JUNE 28 190
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PIUDAY. JUNK 28 1901.
Some people act as If they live al
together off canned goods.
The game of swatting Us rues' Re-
publicans will be resumed next Mor
Dennis Flynn evidently aspires
bo the J. Plerpont Morgan of Okla
There Is now a general disposition
to regard Powle as the original wing-
The Hon. Nick Itomanoft may
sole himself with the thought
boys are great troublo makora.
that Tho Ohio Republicans bnvo put
away their display of cutlery and aro
making considerable talk on tho sub
ject of harmony.
A Cincinnati editor Is trying to
teach the women how to got on nr.d
6ft street cars. Some men will tackle
any sort of a Job.
Explorer Baldwin nnnounces thnt
lie will approach the north polo on
its Norwegian side. This will .loubt-
less please tho polo.
A Michigan girl has mysteriously
disappeared and tho local roportor
writes thnt sho la olthor tho victim of
lovo or somnambulism. This loaves
a wide margin for tho guesswork.
On next Monday Amos JJwIng wit.
surrender his famous Batwno guage
to Klmor Brotfni It Is needless to add
it will bo n. toarful pnrtlng -vlth a
tried and trusty financial friend.
The Hon. Julius Cnesar Burrows
Bays the tariff must not be touched.
According to the views of the Michi-
gan statesman the tariff must be pep
rnite'd to go right ahead touching the
iIkmp Mhould be a slip twlxt
w - ' 'j nf nm) the lip It would appear as
Vinli Tom Roll of i:i Heno Is at
at tt lie handed a ple " of pie. thus
xemillflng the old adage: "J3very-
Mr.A. i onies to him who waits
Mr. Robert J. P"liG has return
ed from his trip around the world nnd
Informs us that Americans cn pray
loqget. swear louder and fight hard-
er than any other people on earth. Bob
lias had some experience in preaching
nnd cussing and ougjit to know what
lie is talking about.
.s BU "OMBE.
Administration nr lndulg
Ing In one oi" their anmiu) prophecies
Of what officials will do toward prose
mitinjc Inflections of the bliermnu
nntimiBt law. At this time probabb
because the clamor against particular!
organisations are loudest the organs'
riredlct that some soil of action win
bo taken against the HteH trust ii.id
the community of lut iets
road 1 riles.
It U safe to belli w that the prone
out Ions will get no faitl.er than the
jiredlitlon stage. Vsually tho predk
tlona oiu with the additional state-
ment that the difficulty surrounding
any efforts U
et nt tho exact facts
In the case are tremendous. The
latost announcements true to tradi-
tion tontnln the same qualifying
And wh-U a gudsend the dlfflcul-1
tjos are to the managers of tho Re
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actual bona fide prosecutions wore
oarriea to a successful vnd. What n
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gloomy ovu.ook e.e ---
tho next camnaiitn runo wwu uj
brum h there would be in the party.
Vet what a coi"Mit subterr-ugo
(he Sherman net has been. The al-
leged nntl-trust clause surprised even
the men responsible for Its passage.
SJnce the provision became a law it
lias been handled with the dellcuto
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'"fti L'nmoue. The act has bean ex-
i h; Irrrtsd. the nf irrement of tlio
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0fl cIhubo ha hurt no combln-
?'ti . &
o different result itay be expeetPd j
rora any Jirosecullons which may bn
Set on fooOat the present time If the
prosecutions are started. Ah bun-
combe the brag on what tho adminis-
tration will do In the futuro as well as
what It has done In the past will not
DiedHelen May the 4 month's old
child of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Marly
June 26. 1001 and was laid to rost In
the Summit View cemetery.
Dear little Helen she was not to
dwell long In this sinful world; sho
was lovely In Ufe and beautiful III
death with the serene smile of Heav-
en upon her angel face.
Sweet Helen her frail life had just
begun when the port was gained and
now she Is blessed forever.
Helen has left this earth to allure
the bereaved ones to God. Like a
little lamb the Shepherd gathered her
to his fold Not ii out Heaven s
lone angel siorc; not lost uui gono
8o mourning ones think of the little
one as mingling her baby volcu with
the angels on the other shore.
Weep not for little Helen;
Though laid In the tomb
Sho ltveth In glory
And beckons thee home.
Has Changed Location.
Dr. Kehn hns romoved his city hos-
pital from Kast Oklahoma to 613 East
Harrison avenue and asks friends to
take notlco of the same. Ho Is batter
fixed In his present location and will
bo ploosud to foeolve nny callers who
may feol disposed to oall upon him.
Guthrie Public Library.
The public library and freo reading
room are located In the oast room
upstairs In tho Stnploton block. Opon
onch day In tho week except Mon-
day from 10 n. m. to 6 p. m. Closed
on Saturdays and 3undays from VI
lo 1 p. in.
Tho loo Cream Season Has Arrived
Is ready with his 10-gallon machine!
to supply tho demand with awrted
flavors of fancy Ico Cream in Guthrie
and Burroundlng territory.
Cor. Broad and Oklahoma Ave.
rhone 23 GUTHRIE O. T.
DENVER COLORADO SPRINGS
Round trip tickets on "tile at Santa
Fe depot at rates and one days shown:
June 18 to 30 ? 23.10; July 1 to 0
$19.20; dally $29.30. All tickets good I
to October 31st and tor stop-overs
west of Pueblo on going trip. Pro-
portionate reductions to Salt Lake
City and Ogden. Call and get copy
"A Colorado Summer."
BENEVOLENT AND PROTEC-
TIVE ORDER OF ELKS.
Annual meeting Grand Lodge Mil-
waukee Wis. July 23-2E 1901.
For the above ocoaaion we sell
tickets to Milwaukee and return at
rate of one lowest first class fare plus
$2 00. Tickets on sale July IStU to
21vt limited to return July 27th ax
copt by depositing with joint agent
not later Uian July 27th and paying
(of of 50 cents tickets will be extend-
ed to lea'e Milwaukee up to and In-
cluding August luth 1901
Low Rate to Chicago.
For students atteudiug the sunune:
e sIoiib of the educational lnstltu:
Chicago 111. the Choctaw route wtl
sell round ttlp tickets to Chicago at
one fare plus $2.00. Tickets on !'
June 12th to 16th lnclufclve and lin
lted to return until September 15th
1901. For particulars call on any
agent or address u. B. Hart. General
Western Agent Oklahoma City O. T.
ipr Jno. V. Tedford Traveling Pass-
'enger Agent ueo. 11. Lee uenarni
Passenger A gout Little Rock Ark.
$46 00 for round trip from Topeka.
Tickets cood to August 31. On salo
at Santa Fa dopot July
:;..: ornnnr- on.; and return
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dad. Las vegaB aaniu ro
tornnil Cnnvon). Los Angeles: re -
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wood Springs Loadvllle Denver. Co c
rado Borings. Manitou Puoblo. Itln
arles and literature froo. Apply to
ngout Santo Fo depot.
Tho high premluwm on honesty
proves that It is tho best policy.
5s. asssBswtn tmmMrrWM
Caltapsa f& Coming
toon or late when the stomach and di-
gestive and ntrttivc system begin to
fatt It mmt be o Pood is the body's
life Dut food must be digested before
U can nourish the body. It is not what
wc oat but what we digest that feeds us.
Don't neglect the ilrst warnings of stotn-
ncn trouoie. iiic timely
Pierce's Golden Medical
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use of Dr.
which is a medicine for the cure of dis
eases of the fttomnch and orgnng of di-
gestion nnd nutrition will in ninety-eight
coses out of a hundred result in a per-
mnucnt cure. The percentage of cures
1b based on actual figures and facts re-
corded in the treatment of hundreds of
thousands of sick people. The " Discov-
ery" alttnys helps It almost always
"Ini troubled wllh Inrilgettkm far about two
yean.' writes Wra Do iker lini . of Jullsetta.
UlUh Co Idaho "I Itted dllfttent dottor and
tcninlle but to no avail until t wrote to tou
and jrou told me what to do I auflered willi a
twin In my stomach nnd left side and thought
llMt It would kill me Now t am all right I
CM do my wotk now without pain and I don't
have that tired feeling that I used to have. lire
bottles of Dr tierce's Golden Medical Discovery
and two vials of his 'Fleasant Pellets' cured
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser containing looS pages and Over
700 illustrations is stnl free on receipt
of stamps to cover expense of mailing
only. Send ji one-cent tatn-n for ex.
pense of mailing cloth bound volume as
diowu above or ai stamps for the same
book in paper covers. Addrese Doctor
R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
IT HATH NOT COME.
The whole of June has slipped away
Vanished from us day by day
And the busy streets of th.a town
In vain we scan
Far tht elrly bug-a-beau
We've been threatened with you
For the natty ol' thing I'm-the-whole-thlng
Not a fellow can we find
That has from the shirty custom of
the past knocked off;
We In vain havo rubbornockod
For a follow man bedeck od
In a loose and blousy garment with
tho tall dockod off.
Only X Ray Apparatus
In the Territory
The City hospital now located at
(13 East Harrison avenue Is equipped
with the latest Improved electric ma-
chines and hot air cabinets.
"I consider It a crlmo to experi-
ment on the health of the people"
says Dr. John Waldruf Kehn the
specialist In charge of the City no-
oltal. If I did not know positively '
ami sbMlutJtfy that my w treatment
will cure every known disease even
when all other methods of treatment
have failed. I would consider I was
committing a fraud by making such a
ut6m8nt u th9 vuWc. Nothing I
so precious to a man as his health-
nothing more horrible than an tin-
tlrasly gravs. Little ills it not prompt-
ly cured often result In obstinate
chronic diseases. I believe that my
nw method Thremo therapy andf
Static Kleetrlc current is the mostj
mnrvsjous treatment ever known. I
Intend to glv the benefit of It to all
Tho above are remarkable words
Dr. Kehn. He has had wondorful
success in his speciui
in his speelul work In the
come to lo
cate in Guthrie in the same work
with his X-Ry apparatus.
Office hours are ltf to II a. m
8 to 4 p. m. and 7 to s in uie eeniug
! by appointments. The patients
j able to consult the doctor porsonally.
can wrl'e explaining their case and
will also be furnished by symptom
blank. All correspondence sacredly
confidential. Medicine furnished at
the office. Address City Hospital
613 East Harrison avenue. I
t x .
Is selliug goods
I will 8iiow you.
Summer Goods Must Go
Ply Paper Blank Books at Cost. Wall Paper at your own price. I have
cut the bottom out of drug pilces. Call and see what wo are doing for you
"We buy for cash pay no rent and take a'l discounts. That is the reason
wo can undersell
Prescriptions compounded with
fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
A charter to the First M. E. church
of Gibson Grant county was granted
by Secretary Grimes for a perpetual
term. The trtistoos are J. D. Hononn
A. D. Parsons and John Joseph all of
The Cumberland Presbyterian
church of Blackburn Pnwneo county
was also chartered with W. B. Drady
J. O. Wells and T. O. Longmlro nil of
Notarial commissions wero Issued
to W. B. Hodges of Stillwater and E.
T. Fulton of Stillwater.
I do not oxpoct neither do I solicit
all of the trndo of tho town but when
you go to a saloon and want some-
thing good call for Gettolman's Dost
and nccopt no substitute thou you
get tho boat. Seme Old Mosos dis-
tributor for Oklahoma.
Johnson-Stater minstrels will bo In
this city on July Cth. It Is u tent
company and has tho finest collection
of minstrel artists on tho road at the
present time. They are enroute south
from KanBaB whero they havo been
doing n wonderful Bummer business.
There will be a hot tirrv in Guthrie this
If ymi Believe that 'iiyioney Saved is
you will buy at the
We will forfeit One
FIRE WORKS AND FIRE
is not equal to the
are Lower than
We thank the people of Logan County
The New York Racket will Carry a TEN THOU-
SAND DOLLAR STOCK for the fall trade
VW'U . "a'V'IfV
You U".t. buy urugs Cheap 9
for less money than anybody In
"TTocals In this column are"7m7irgett
for at tho rate of 5 cents per line six
words for first insertion nnd 3 cents
for each insertion thereafter.)
FOR SALE Choice lot fo fine Bel-
gian Hnros; prices to suit the buy-
ers. 710 EsBt Harris r avenuo. Gnth-
YOUNG MEN Our illustratod cata-
logue explains how wo teach barbar
trade In eight weeks mnlled free
Moler Barbor College St. Louis Mo.
FOR RENT Good
piano. Apply at
FOR SALE A young Jorsoy cow and
two calves. Apply to F. B. Lllllo
'Phono CO 1409 Wost Cleveland
FOR SALE Shelving counters
tables and show cases at a bargain.
See A. O. Farquharson.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred young
Jersey cow; just fresh. A. A.
Mcacham 405 East Harrison.
the jacket man has knocked high
lines handled by other
NEW YORK RACKET
SAVES YOTJ MONEY
-00c to 2 00
80c lo $2 50
LOST Pair gold ilmmed glasses ut
swimming pool on Cimarron Wed-
nesday afternoon. Liberal reward if
returned to Frank Mater's.
FOUND A bunch of keys owner cm
have same by calling and paying
for this notice M. T. Hurlbut.
Cheap for Parties of Twelve.
The hack lino company hns made n
rate of ton cents each for tho round
trip to Island park Wednesday night
whore parties of twelve persons aro
Mrs Maggie Hooper Sends u Message.
Jeffersonvlllo Ind. May 15 1900
Pepsin Syrup Co. Montlcello l'l
Dear Friends: I -was bothered
with Stomach Troublo and Dy3i)-i)Bia
for yeais. Nothing helped menu til 1
tried your grand Dr. Caldwell's Syrup.
Popsln nnd now I fool liko a new v.o-
man. Vou may publish this that all
othors may learn of tho 5: cat bene-
fit of youi cure. SIncoroly yours
Mrs. Maggie Hooper.
Sold by F. B. Llllle & Co.
Foley s Honey and Tar
cures colds prevents pneumonia.
Fourth of July.
in cath if our line of
dealers. Our Prices
for their great patron
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