The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 61, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 1, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1001.
One Price Clothier
i We have too many Straw Hats
I they must selltoday we
put on sale all Straw Hats
Men's and Boys'-at
Just Half Price
$2.50 Hats reduced to $125
2.00 Hats reduced to $1.00
$160 Hats reduced to 75c
?1.00 Hats reduced to 50c
50c Hats reduced to 25c (
25c Hats reduced to 18c
411 Child's Sailor Hats that were formerly sold for
I twenty-five thfrty-live and iifty cents each will be closed
out lor TCXX C30X3Lt!S JESO0L
While sizes and styles are here it will pay vou to select
another straw hat to finish up the season You pay just
half the market price.
Guthrie's Leading Clothier.
106 Oklahoma Ave
TERRITORIAL SNAP SHOT8.
Matters of More or Less Interest to
t A man and his sweetheart wore re
cently married on a railway train out
Texas fever has been the cause of
the dea.h of ome high grade stock
Eleven tombstones for tho graves of
old soldiers wore received at Stroud
tho other day from tho governmont.
Civil servlco examinations will be
Leld for positions of clerks and letter
carriers August 4 at El Rono and Guthrie.
Tho federal apportionment for tho
support of tho Oklahoma national
guards is a littlo more than ?7000 this
Dedication ceremonies of tho Carne
gie library at Oklahoma City have
been postponed until August. They
tiad been set for July IS.
A woman living on a farm in Gar-
field county left a bottle of carbolic
acid on the dresser. A boy found it
and accidentally committed suicide.
County fairs will be help In the ter-
ritory as follows: Perry August 27;
Ncwklrk September 3; Guthrlo Sep-
tember 10; Shawnee September 17
By moans Qf Irrigation a farmor in
Boavor county succeeds in raising a
lot of gardon produce oach yoar. This
season ho has a lino lot of tomatoes
and an abundance of potatoos. His
gardens consist of five acros of pro-
ductive soil sloping to tho north and
protected from tho lot winds of tho
south. Being on low land It Is woll
supplied with moisture.
QUTHRIEITE8 WHO HAVE DRAWN.
117 Ilobort CooHr.
47 York flyers.
471 Johu Weymouth
532 Earl Drink.
561 Prank M. Thompson.
571 James Mlllrlon.
681 Henry W. Wheeler.
598- Bdward T. Peaker.
650 Jesse J. Hunter.
662 Charles H. Thompson.
785 J. W. H. Johnson.
845 W. J. Bloomer.
848 C. F. Cotternl.
1108 A. I) Keaslnger.
1146 A. C. Hlkatrotn.
1180 FlRtt Deals.
1J7S Jos. II. Hufflne.
111451 It. Jane.
1680 Louis Chapman.
1910 Charles Graham.
MSI Harvay Hollowtll.
m C. T. Dorr.
1881 Temp Harmon.
S401 P. J. ArraStron.
J4M Alonao P. Note.
2661 K. A. Itlttenhouse.
2628 C. Zlnn.
2688 Bert Barrett.
3642 J. M. Rhode.
J. T. T. Htrsel.
El Reno District.
84 George Mather.
48 Darld B. Franklin.
SOS D. B. Arrell.
M4 John W. Mathews.
888 Henry Thompson.
461 Tom K. Tlnglo.
.480 Loroy Holly.
608 Fred J. Pollto.
606 W. A. Grlsswell.
000 Daniel Cook.
081 Frank J. Dolcater.
702 Z. C. Hopkins.
1181 Charles D. Long.
1100 Paul Wlanko.
1436 Eugene Gill.
1510 Charles D. Gnnnaway.
1563 Sallle Floyd.
1673 Benj. Peterson.
16S6 Murphy Wiggins.
1706 W. H. France.
1716 Charles E. Taylor. -
Ilobert L. Towner.
1S81 N. B. Williams.
1900 W. S. Wells.
1908 James II. Jackson.
1960 Silas E. Seoley.
238S May McCammon.
2860 Sadlo A. Paine.
"2tfi7 John Lambon.
aoac Wolborn Stafford.
2028 J. L. O'NolI.
2076 Hrneat KioeporL
2767 D. A. Lewis.
2S63 John Heron.
8068 Walter Davis.
a0S9 J. W. Martin.
3687 C. M. Gordon.
AGENTS WANTED Local or trav-'
ling agents In Oklahoma or the In
dlnn larrvory enn set the best contract !
In the way of earning a living and also
based upon the fact thnt thy business i
given them by adybody In the country
will be pleasing safe and profitable to
the buyer and also will give to the
agent an honorable and lucrative em-1
nlnVmpnt Mem cif etmA tiaraMni att !
standing (not necessary for them to
have had any Insurance experience)
will find It for their Interest to com-
municate with Henry F. Burt general
manager of the National Life and
Trust Co.. of Des Moines Iowa Rooms
18 II and 17 Blllingsley bldg.. Guth-
rie Oklu. where all the details will
be explained to such applicants and
if not convenient to call In person it
can he done just as intelligently by
REASONS WHY AN AGENT CAN DO
BETTER FOR HIMSELF REP-
RESENTING THE NATIONAL
LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY
THAN ANY OTHER EMPLOY-
PLOYMENT. DEOAU8E IU endowment bonds and
policies yield the largest possible
returns consistent with safety.
BECAUSE It Is Incorporated nnder
the Iowa Insurance lawr and de-
posits the cash value of all bonds
with the auditor of the state as
by law required.
BECAUSE Its bond re exempt from
taxation and execution aa by law
BECAUSE IU sccurru? nre all first
mortgages on Iowv farms.
BECAUSE its officers and directors
nre men ot well known ability nnd
BECAUSE I bonds are payable In
gold at maturity.
BECAUSE their bonds guarantee to
return the face value of oach In
ten years together avIUi all the
accumulations from lapses in the
reserve and profit fund and In-
Compare our capital stock wkn the
capital stock of other large companies.
All requosts for information either
personal or by letter will be courte-
ously answered either In person or
by mail by addressing
HENRY F. BURT
Rooms 13 15 and 17 IMHtngaloy Dldg.
Oklahoma nnd Indian territory part-
It isn't always the close fisted man
who keps his temper.
When a man boasts that hels a son
of the soil his name Is Mud.
Do You Want a Letter File?
4: " Journal?
Captain L. T. Shoe-key waa over
from Pawnee taut evening. He
orougbt over J. D. Coyner. charged
with peddliiig whisky among the In-
dians. James E. Ameut president of the
Alva Normal school Is a visitor here
today upon official business.
Will N. Hellen of Oklahoma City is
in the city.
Chas. Taylor and Jack Spain pro-'
prletors of the "Southern Club" at Ok-
lahoma City were business visitors
here last evening.
II. A. Nelll arrived In the city ye
terday and will take a position with
J. J. Aboil tho clothier.
Miss Maud Thompson arrived tln
morning fn; . Chicago and will be tlu-
guest of IV s. G. A. Hughes for a few
Colonel A. C. Schneil returned to-
day from Stroud where he ha been
on business matters for the HiiK.m
Ileal Estate company.
W. H. Adams and wife of Jen lhifi--
are In the cl y.
L. F. Laverty and wife have ie
turned for a several weeks' vlait n
Dr. and Mrs. Walsh are now at
home at 902 IEIghth street west side
Commence Work Soon.
. Ilarlghorst received a tele
gram today from P. V. Kearas. the
deep well contractor that he had just
shipped his drilling machinery and
would be here to commence work in
four days If the shipment Is prompt
In coming through.
Bert Barrett ot the grot cry Aim of
Barrett Bros. was the lucky winner
of o. 2633 in the Lawton dlntrlet.
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l'p Ulg (l fur unoturjl
irrttutluiiM fir ulceration
f m ii i ii n k ni nibraitf
I' unle lUid not aurtxln-
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Do you want anything in Inks.lPens Pen Holders
any kind of OFF10E SUPPLIES?
We have just received a new supply making our
TVI-nil ftt -a-H-c ortil n4rci
F. B LILLIE & CO
Drug and Book Store I
Mrs. Greenlee wife of Prof. J. II.
Greenlee died this morning at her
late residence 221 North First street.
The funeral will be held tomorrow at
4 o'clock conducted by the Rov. Mnns-'
field. Interment at Summit View
The Arm of H. Baennann & Co. of i
Curllnvillo 111. has leased tho build-)
Ing now occupied by tho Fair Dry
Goods company for a porlod of sev- j
oral years and will opon nn up to date
dry goods establishment handling
ladles' goods exclusively.
Whenever a girl gets engaged what i
she conaldors tho most necessary thing
to do is to muko all tho othor girls
think she walks on him Just Hko he
" Up to thirty a yomnn wants to fl'vrt
wuu ihbii; jrora nai on to lony wun i
boyjK aor tljaL wj)i onyhlnp if It's
There is the
It is a stamp of excel-
lence. A certain indication that
you are getting the best
Wall Paper that art and
money can produce.
You will find that mark
on the margin of every roll
of Pittsburg Wall Paper.
A paperknown all over the
United States for its artist-
ic and decorative value
exclusive pattens and
We sell it.
CORNER DRUG STORE
J. K. Wallace Prop.
That will bring the fact that --sprintf has sprung" Tf
home to every man more forcibly than a
WELL FITT1FG Y
WELL TAILORED Q
Summer Suit 4
The suits that we offer are made from the most
stylish fabrics beautifully cut nnd tailored by Itfeasrs
Hart Schaffner & Marx
the famous innntifarturnro nf Murli irrntln !! Itir
Note these descriptions and prices: A
Men's Strictly all wool Suits '
In Black worsteds 'cheviots and fanev V
cassiineres. Such suits for whlfch you
would expect to pay 18 are here at.. S5XO
Men's Handsome Suits
Made from superior cassiineres. tweeds
worsteds and flannel finished cloths.blnck
and gray grounds with neat stripe effects
fiueh suits for which you would expect to
pay $15 to $10. 50 arc lu re at SMLSi
Everything thats worth having for man and boy
including Uats and furnishihg goods you will find
here at prices that are moderate for merchandise that
will give you perfect satisfaction and the greatest
amount of value for your money.
Another thing We are not satisfied s'uply to
sell you our goods and and take your money but we
want you to be satisfied and if you are not we con-
sider it a favor to be permitted to exchange the un-
satisfactory article for something that will be satis-
jactory or return the money.
In our underwear department we are showiug
everything thot is deslrabte for hot weather. Light
Bilbriggan Nainsook Network etc.
Men's Strechy Seam Drawers
All sizes 8fic 60c 75c
We have just received a fresh shipment of Neck-
Our 50 cent neckwear is the best in the
wear mcluuinu the narrow four-in-hands in polka dot x
A. O. FARQUHARSON A
Guthrie Okla. $
112 Okla Ave.
G. F. GUEBNER
Is in charge of a branch house for the
Jesse French Piano & Organ Co.
OP ST. LOUIS.
One of the largest manufacturers and
wholesale piai.o and organ companies in
America. All goods are warranted and
sold on easy terms. Call and see the ele-
gant line of goods at
Old Farquharson Stand
214 west Okla. Opposite Land Office
Cheap Drugs for they ate a delusion and a
snare! Everyone knows they are dear at any
But buy pure Drugs at reasonable prices of
who has a complete line of goods. 120 East
Oklahoma Avenue. All prescriptions filled by
sDanderine Barber Shop
Is the place where you get the
BEST HAIRCUTS AND SHAVES
In town. Scientific Barbers.
of Indian Territory
James Hill Prop.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 61, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 1, 1901, newspaper, August 1, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75181/m1/5/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.