The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 23, Ed. 1, Friday, June 28, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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FRIDAY. JUNE 28 1901.
Everything la our store Iiob the!
To buy without knowledge of our
goods and prices Is an Injustice to the
power of your money.
SB Wk 1000
price marked on It in plain figures
and 1 told at alaol)ly One Prloe
to all alike.
Tia. OmLly One Price CSlotlriex" in C3S--u.tto.riei
June the greenest' gladdest most riotous month of all the year has almost passed and the
THE LEADER QUTHRIE OKLAf
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will soon he here. Are you ready for them? Our store is well stocked with cool comfortable summer wearables for both
Men and Boys and we would be pleased to have you call and let us show you.
Men's Serge Suits
The number of our handsome Serge Suits that
you see every day on the street is a guarantee that
ours are the riuht kind and that we sell 'em at the
right prices. We have them in Blues Blacks and
$5'oo 7-5o 8.5o 10.00 i2.5o
Our prices will save you from $2 to 55 on your
glimmer suit and ' a dollar saved is a dollar earned"
Men's Madras Suspenders
Are you wearing a pair of our light weight Mad
ras Suspenders. They are the 60c kind but we sell
them for 25c.
The hot weather is here to stay which means
big Negligee Shirt selling. We are ready with a big
stock of correct and comfortable shirts at prices that
are pleasing our cus'omers.
Ask to see the fine Madras Shirts with collar at-
tached that we are selling for $1.00
We've a big stock of bright new Neckwear in
Windsors Narrow Four in-Hands. Batwlntrs. strings
and made bows at 25c and BOc. Our ms.de bows at
2 for 25c are economical comfortable and stylish.
Men's Light Weight Coats
Ask to see the Men's Light Weight Cont we are
sailing for 50c
Its coRt enough to be correct and light enough
to be comfortable
Walk undtr the shade of one of our Handsome
Silk Umbrellas. We have them in 20 or 28 inch stick
at $1.E0 ?2.0P ?.2.G0 ??.50 and $5.00
You'll need a great number during these melting
days. We sell the "Famous Barker Brand". We
have them in all the new shapes and heights at 2 for
25c. They are Llnon
Are you wearing one of our honey comb short
sleeve underseirts Price 25c and 50c. They are the
coolest shirts you can buy. We've a big s ock of
Men's JJalbriggan and Lisle Underwear at prices that
meni money saving to you.
Boy's Wash Suits
There is no need for a mother sitting over the
sawing machine making wash clothes these hot days
for her boy. Bring him to us wo sell cool well made
Wash Suits at less than the materials to make them
will cost yon. Ask to see our Boy's Wash Pants at
Boy's White DuclcPantS. Price 85c
Boy's Sailor Wash Suits. Price BOc 75c $1.00
Boy's Two-Piece Wash Suits in Crash and Linen
at 75c 1.00 and 1.50
When you buy whrt you need at our store you are sure of two thingsthat the goods are right and the
prices are lower than you can buy elsewhere.
We don't ask you to blindly accept this stateme t but urge ypu to come in and examine our goods-the price is on everything
in plain figures.
If you aro not satisfied with any
purchase made at our storo return the
goods to us. "We'll give your money
Our goods nro all now inado
ospoolally for uh for this season's
Florence Henaley la an artist lu her
business designing the gown from nn
artistic standpoint by the peraon who
is coins to wear It.
J. T. Humphrey and McGregor
DouRlas leading citizens of Oklahoma
City were visitors In the city today.
A. S. Woods and James Hastings
of Woodward are business visitors In
.'Ill N. Hollen returned today from
n prosperous business trip on th
Eastern-Oklahoma. He cold two ca
Ipads of buggies.
John Dulanay. of Perry was a bffsl
ness visitor hore today.
Bishop Drooke returned home to
The Itev. N. B. Wlckham returned
from Oklahoma City today.
President David It. Boyd of the Unl-
rsity was up from Norman today
looking after business matters.
Prof. E. D. Murdaugh of Edmond
was a visitor here last night atten
lng Albert Pike lodge of the Masons
Prof. Umholts was up from Ii
tnond laat evening. He Is an aspli
ant for the presidency of the Edmonu
C. B. Ames one of the leading at-
torneys of Oklahoma City was n
business visitor here today.
O. W. Annts W. T. Dalton and IS.
G. Morrison of Stillwater were
here today enroute home from Kan-
sas City where they attended the con-
vention of the Fraternal Order of
J. B. Blazer representative of the
American Book company of Chicago
Is in the city today.
Major D. D. Leaoh of Oklahoma
City was here laat night on Masonic
business. Major Leach is grand re-
corder of the grand lodge In Oklahoma.
Governor Jenkins Is expected hom
Washington Monday. jA
i-AIurphy postmaster at dkla-
noma City Is communing with friends
Florence Hensley of Oklahoma
City the modiste is stopping at the
Itoyal. Her gowns have been much
It is worth visiting Florence Hen-
sley at the Royal Just to see her
W. D. Packer the implement and
buggy man corner Broad and Okla-
admlted by the society ladles of thatihoma Is kept busy these days turn-
city receptions having been given to
T. II. IloberU of Stillwater is lu
the city today.
J. W. Pullman of Oklahoma City
is a business visitor here today.
Col. A. C. Schnell is in Greer coun-
ty looking after real estate matters
for the Hagan Loan company.
those No. 0 11 Racine
A worthies man at Omaha commit-
ted suicide lately and that was the
only thing he ever did that attracted
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
iu Gnthrie That's what! Cannon
Orackes Rockets Mines Pin Wheels
Torpedoes Pistols. Chaser Flower
Pots and a full line of flayc any price
F. B LILLIE & CO 1
Drug and Book Store.
Danger disease and death follow
neglect of the bowels. Use DeWitt's
EXCHANGE ITEMS. i Little Early Risers to regulate them
(From Oklahoma City Times-Journal.) and you will add years to your life and
Mr. F. 3. Barde of the Kansas City life to your years. Baey to tak
Star was in the city today enroute to sever gripe. J.. N. Wallace.
Red Fork to investigate the reported
oil finds. Florence Hensley will be pleased to
Harry Robare will go to BI Reno to- take your measure for a fall gown
night to be at the bedside of his sis-' She has a line of latest creations In
ter who Is quite ill. dress goods and trimmings.
The telegraph wire to be used for
the delivery of the afternoon Asso
ciated Press report to the Times-.
Journal was completed this morning.
.The western managers have b--n Sllvsr North Stratford N. H.Bs-
notifled o fthe completion of the wire you've not found relief from a
' and as soon as the arrangements can ' stubborn cough don't despair. One
Seven Years In Bed
"Will wonders ever cease?" In-
quire the friends of Mrs. L. Pease of
Lawrence. Has. They knew she had
been unable to leave her bed lu seven
years on account of kidney and liver
trouble nervous prostration and gen-
eral debility; but "Throe bottles of
Iflectrlc Bitters enabled me to walk '
she writes "and in three mouths I
felt like a new person." Women suff-
ering from Headache Backache Ner-
vousness Sleeplessness Melancholy.
Fainting and Ulssy Spells will And It
a priceless blessing. Try It. Satis-
faction Is guaranteed. Only GOc.
A. E. Gray.
"The Doctors told me my cough
was incurable. One Minute Cough
Cure made me a well man." Norris
be completed the service will begin.
Minute Cough Cure has cured thous
ands and it will cure you. Safe and
surd. J. N. Wallaoe.
Florence JTenslsy can talk pretty
Ureases until you almost wished you '
Residence For Sale.
My handsome property No. 632
Bast Logan avenue is for sale at a
bargain. It Is one o ft ho most de- were a womnn to wear one
slrablo locations in the city four
corner lots southeast front 11-room
house cellar barn and outbuildings
all window blinds and carpets on
four roonuv Price J8.600 It taken at
ono favorable torms. Write or call
at 7 p. in. E. T. Tucker.
?'Th8 Bank of Indian Territory
Sells Drafts on
-Si wSSt ft d--o- a & is-. c s
Will furnish music any
place in Oklahoma on
two hours notice before
train time. Address
Peter A. Cary is u piotc umj
pet renovator and nn to n
leaving word at M.i..r !:"
If your carpet n-olH i it 'in
pairing give me a call
Peter A Ciry
the most hoallnp salve In th world.
National Educational Association De-
troit Mich. July 8-12 1001.
For the above ocrasslou we Ktll
tickets to detrolt at d return for onu
lowest rst class fare plus $2.00; tick-'
fts on sale July fith and 6th limited
to return July ICth except by deposit-
ing tickets with Joint agent on or be-
fore July 12th and paying a fee of 50
cents limit will be extended up to and
including Sept. 1st 1901.
BUY THE GENUINE
SYHUP OF FIGS
.. lANuyACTtniEu zr ...
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
OT NOTE TUCVUA
The Bank of Indian Territory sells
drafts on Buffalo during the Pan-
American exposition. Identification
blanks furnished enabling travelers to
carry funds In perfect security and
avoiding the necessity of being Identified.
T. A. Neal.Mgr. J
Wylie Barham Director
Dont Be Fooledi
Take the genuine original
riOCKV MOUNTAIN TEA (
Made only by Madlion Mcdl
cine Co.. Madlion VU. It
keepe you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price js centa. Never eoM
in duik. Accept no euDiu
n. m u w
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Designs $ &
We have the prettiest
newest wall paper designs
of the year.
We are sure of this.
We have the celebrated
We are the distributing
dffeucy for them.
The pattern are the
most artistic we have ever
You will like them.
You will Ilnd just the
styles you want.
CORNER DRUG STORE
J. N. Wallace Prop.
ute. Alk your druggist.
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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/m1/5/: accessed April 18, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.