The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 25, Ed. 1, Monday, July 1, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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MONDAY JULY 1
self b :
ate the 4th of July
At Island Park
GAGE JLliD A DUAL LIFE
When He Died Two Women
Claimed to be His
?ers or the Guthrie Island
en the grounds to every-
Scrlppn Mc 1th and they have arrang-
Washngtinmo for the day consist-
Ib going tlllowlng:
bies and lit the Declaration of In-
st tin' rxp nnd comments on the
same by ' aj eront speakers.
A baby ahowv
Young ladle race.
Fat man's raoe.
Prise awarded to Ue winner of nil
Bring your baskets and spend Ute
day In the park. There will ht plenty
of swings for the little ones.
DANCING IN THE AUDITORIUM
During the Day and Evening
Vja 8anta Fe
AT RATES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
On Sale July 1 to 0 September 1 to 10.
Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return $15.00
Glenwood Springs and return 25.00
- Salt Lake City and Ogtlcn $30.00
Juno IS to 30 and July 10 to August 31 round trip tlckots to
anmo points as namad abofo will be sold at one faro plus $2.00 for
' ht. A Pullman Observation Sleeper runs batwoon Kansas City and
dotes ztii? 'Springs on Santa Fo trains No 5 and 0. Tho obsorvatlou
lighted Mr'o'freo Use of all Pullman passengers
entered h further particulars rates on other dates or to other places or
; 'Y6ti $ copy of "A Colorado Summor" write or call on
Dover" s Al J CORKINS Guthrie.
Mr. Ddu"no Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.
mlt thlB ftjj
money at '
New York July 1. Clubmen were
interested languidly yesterday when
two "death notice" were pointed out
to them In the newspapers which make
a specialty of mortuary news which
ftjiowed that two women nseert their
rights to Ute joys and emoluments of
using widowed by John S. Gage.
"Gage John S. Cage" read one
announcement "husband of Margaret
Gage of Hlrrlaon N. Y. Funeral
from late residence Perry street."
. ."Gage.John S. Gage" said the riv-
al announcement "after an Mines of
four weeks. Funeral takes plaes Wed
neeuay irom me residence oi ins wire; i
Llxile Gage 114 Perry street New j
York City. Interment Nynck on the .
"Jnst like John Gage" said those
who knew the person deceased and
there were many of them along Broad- j
way. "Always did like the good things !
of life nut a quiet man. Knew how !
to keep a secret. It takes a woman
to give one away."
There Will be a Legal Battle.
Of course thore will ho a n!so llttlo
legal battle but John S. Gngo tuckod
nwny In his llttlo gravo In Oak IIIU
Cemetery overlooking tho broad vnl-
ler or the Hnmnpo will not bo disturb-
ed by It. Ho will sleop on soronoly.
He wnB tho buslnos manngor yonrs
ago of Marcus CIcoro Stanloy repute
od to be a "policy' king and worth
many thousands of good groen dollars.
Whon Stanloy died Gage bought tho
business of tho widow. Thero wnB
somo llttlo dolny In tho negotiations
In vlow of tho fact that Marcus CIcoro
left two claimant? to his nnmo nnd
ostatos and tho courts had to docldo
Lived a Dual Life.
Possibly Gago took this as a nec-
essary prccedont and governed him-
solt accordingly when ho fell hoir to
tho business. Howovor that may bo
ho for somo years enjoyed tho felic-
ity of loading a dual lifo. Part of tho
time ho wns an agriculturally Inclined
gontloman of leisure residing in Har
rison on the Sound hnd posing as hu-s
band ti Margaret Gage; at others he
was the silent man of business In tho
metropolis nnd then he dwolt Joyfully
at the house In Perry Street whlrii
Ltzsle Gage made cosy for him.
To a man of domestic tastes this
would seem to be an Ideal life an
Ideal one. The fact that he lived It
out to Its peaceful end showed that
the late Mr. Gage possessed unusual
traits. He was n man of talent a
good manager and a master In more
kinds cf policy than that which Is
found on slips and sold In gigs and
saddles and other equine forms.
His Funeral Was Quiet.
Mr. Gage's funeral was as quiet and
unobtrusive as his life. His widows
created no unseemly scene. Their
light over his Intrinsically valuable re-
mains will be waged In all probability
with discretion. Lawyors will bo tho
talons and fingernails will be barred.
Both widows are believed to have wed
ding certificates to prove their con
tentions well grounded. .Margaret
Gage has a living pledge of affection
one of three born to her In the ten
years of her married life.
Gage was prominent about town.
For many years he was president ot
the Tough club In the Ninth ward nnd
commodore ot the Columbia Ynaht
Club. He owned the yacht Sherman
and was an exemplification of the wis-
dom which ever accompanies a silent
lci.v. Ti iti it. 1'sortasii Halt Rhi.im Ac.vk iti.l i rt at mmv other
diseases of l.ke h.iriu tcr are i lapsed n skin diseases w ht-ti they could jnM as
properly lie called blood discuses for they undoubtedly originate ill the i looil ike
fcancer. Catarrh Scrofula Rheumatism Contagious lilood Poison tie. ; tho only
real difference lieing in the intensity nnd imluic of the poison. The more Kerioui
diseases Cancer Catarrh etc nrr cnasei' by sonic ipeciftr poioti or virus which
is cither inherited or in other w.is Kit into the blood and ait.u ks certain vit.il
organs or appears in the form of terrible mics and ulcers while the milder anil
less dangerous skin diseases are caused by blood humors or an over acid condition
of that fluid. Thewe arid poiso.is as thev oore out through the jiores of the skin
cause great irritation with intense itching and burning. Tho eruption may be of
a pustular kind with excessive discharge of thick gummy fluid or the skin may
be hot dry and feverish swollen and fissured. Skin diseases whether they nppcar
as sores oioieues or jumpies
I oun olioorrully ana most sincerely enuorso
your ipaolfio as a ouro for Bezema the moat
irritating and annoying1 disease I think thct
flesh is lioir to. I was troubled with It for
twsnty-flvo years and tried many remedies
with no Rood olToot. After ualiur your modiolus
a shdrt tlrao I think I am entirely relieved.
You onn glvo this statement any publicity you
may desire as It is voluntarily made moro for
those afflicted than notoriety for myself.
318 West Central. Wichita Kans.
become more deeply rooted
nnd intractable the longer
neglected the skin in tunc
having a thick bard rough
nnd unsightly appearance.
You can hide the blemishes
for a time with cosmetics;
end Wiudies lotions umiis
and powder may relieve
temporary the itching and
burning but eventually the
pores of the skin become so
clogged up by this treatment that the poisonous matter thrown oil by the blood
cannot pass out of the system and settles on the lungs heart or botnc other iud
organ and endangers life.
To purify and build up the polluted blood is the right treatment for pkin
diseases and for this purpose no other medicine is so deservedly popular as 8. S S.
It is a perfect autidote for all blood humors nnd when taken into the circulation
gently but UKwoughly eliminates all impurities and puts the !lxl in n health
normal state. The skin can't remain in an irritated diseased condition when
nourished with rich new blood. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely mt tat.le
remedy and the safest and best skin benutifier. Write our physicians if ..u hai.
any blood or skin disease and they will cheerfully advise you without charge.
TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC COA1PANY-ATLANTA CIA.
"I wish to truthfully state to you
and tho readers ot theso few lines
that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure la without
question the ben nnd only cure fr"
dyspepsia thnt I httvo ever come n
contact with -ml 1 have used many
other propnrntl"?. Jolin Beam West
Mlddlesox Pa. No preparation nqiuln
Kod'd Dyspopsia Cure as It contains
all the natural dlgostants. It will (H
gest all kinds of food and can't help
but do you good. J. N. Wallace.
Guthrie Public Library.
Tho public llbrnry nnd free roadlng
room are locatod In tho cast room
upstairs in tho Stapleton block. Open
onch day In tho week oxcopt Mon-
day from 10 a. m. to C p. m. Hosed
on Saturdays and Sundays from 12
to 1 p. m.
C. M. I1AHNKS. (i W CAMI'ilKLI.. C R. HAVIOUORST
The Lopn County Bank
Paid Up Capital $25000
C. M. names O. Vf Campbell Anna Okla O. W. Whipple
O. It. Fecan l'rank Rlnehart
Henry Zlegenbeln St. Louis. Mo. I'. J. Doerr. St. I.ouls
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
Chattel Loans a specialty Responsibility of Stockholders over ffi.00o.000
Dr. Cnldwoll's Syrup Pepsin cures
Stomach Troublos. told by P. B.
Llllle & Co.
BUFFALO N. Y.
Hound trip tlckots on sale dally at
bnnta Po depot at following rates and
with limits mentioned: Yen day
limit of October 31 $54.90. For fold-
ers tickets etc. call on ticket agent
Thoro is a certain way a girl fixes a
lamp when a man Is coming to call on
limit ?31.90; thirty day limit ?41.20; her which sho calls "Just enough lit."
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The Beer that is
ing Guthrie Famous
IS too Is
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TIM' ii i
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.
Corkins Agent ) Ithw.notxneallngoaK.Sfith world. n.r ul a
tss AMi -m l' ' f
vs and Pufet
At and will b
return limit iOc
r'erc allowed on Iwn
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Am trip coStlnuoiPiDa'
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 25, Ed. 1, Monday, July 1, 1901, newspaper, July 1, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75154/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.