The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 59, Ed. 1, Friday, January 31, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRlE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JANUARY 31 1901
MIXED IN DETAILS
Oklahoma Story in Scrih'jsysicurtbeUi
ner's Marred by Glar
! In w i1 A CONSTANT DRAIN
cffeleSer. UPON THE SYSTEM.
Cviu In i- "(I Brady roHributeq ' When this has been accoinp'.ialied the dis-
. t-. w o i !.. . ... 'barge gradually cca.ci m:d tlio core or
ic I-.-h u . - . ibner s a pretty ..o-y. jlccr)eSu n.tbctcnJcncy of these old
In Okl.iliiiin.i tin Idyl i.f the i rairie .ndolcnt sores to grow worse and worse
in thiM i'ihis The story begins ' sndcventually todestroy the bones. Local
with tin in. i.v at Manhattan. Kas.. 'Potations Mhilc wotlung and tosomc
extent alleviate pain cannot reach the seat
r two oung people on the day ot 1 0f the trouble. S. S. S. does and no matter
thoir graduation from the Kansas how apparently hopeless your condition
Sfnln Airrlxnliu.nl enllnve The hrl.lp.
groom a sturdy voting Kansan has
boon roared on a farm and at the col-
lege has completed a course which
Jinn elven him a.
knowledge Of the
.. ... .1111
tnpnrntlp.nl. sls nrl m nractlral. side
f hn.ini. Th ..... ..... tin.
w - - - - -j --- m r
tjm. miuiiit- i"""K "" 'a
been graduated from the culinary
domestic HcienrPH and similar depart
jncnts conducted for women. She
was a K'vituck girl and possessed
tho beauty vivacity and love of out
door froodom for which women of the ig9. if your flesh docs not heal readily
blue grass state are famed. I when scratched bruised or cut your Wood
Tho wedding which took place lnliltrayotiiauyem
4i aiic.iiiiui.vuiL tuiuiiu niiu hi. i.iuuii uic
president of tho college offlclatetl
was attended by a large number of
tho college student' The departure
of the bridal touplc on their welding
n llnnlinilnn fllii.vnli ahiI fl( .l.til. 4 I.
journey attract th emtlre student
body and town The journey is made
In a proine s hooii"r" drawn by two
stout horses Fastened to the tall
board at tu. .ithv horses a good
mare and a handsome 3 year-old colt
which was .1 puirhase of the bride and cowboy select claims on either aide
which sho named Kentucky In honor. of hers and hold them in the name of
of her native state Tho couple havo ( her two childron. Lnto in tho aftor-
52.000 and are bound for Western i noon the negro arrived with tho
Kansas led "by two stout hearts and
by four strong young arms to wrest
a livelihood nay a fortune perhaps
from the- prairies of tho West."
Tho Idea of posslblo fnlltiro has not
Biiggested itself to thoso happy lov-
ing young people but away out In
Cimarron county ihey wero to find
that life was not all roses it was tho
old .old story. Flvo yeiri of freez-
ing winters bunting summers
drouths and storms emptied thoir
purse and constant labor and toil
brought only misfortune.
Tho second flight" witnesses the
emigration of this couple and their j The author of tho story botraya an
children thoy havo two now still jignoranco of Oklahoma dateB and Ok-
farther toward the southward. There lahoma geography. Guthrio Is not in
is soon to be an Oklahoma "opening" jtho "strip" but in "old" Oklahoma
and they are once again in quest of which was oponod to sottlomont In
foi tune. The man has grown haggard 1 1880 four years boforo tho "strip"
and the woman has been robbed of opening and Guthrie Is noarly 100
tho brightness of outh. yet neither nile from Arkansas City. Again
ha; lost hope Thi-y reach Arkansas j Arkansas City Is several miles from
City late In the summer and prepare' tho "strip" and a man would havo been
1o make a inn into the "promised unable to havo settled upon a claim
land " O i the ew of .he opening day as did the hero of this story. Jtut
111 fortune oKaln overtakes them. In south of Arkansas City is the Arknn-
climbing down the river bank to get sag river and botwson tho river and
wativ fo.- his te.im the unfortunato tho "atrip" is the Chtllocco Indian
imui tails and breaks his arm. This
accident brings farewell to all his
hopes and he gives away to his great
disappointment. He l forced to
abandon all niea of participating In
tho "run" and in his desperation he
is almost ready to glvo up tho whole
battle. Hut the wife proves herself
n thorougn heiolne. AgaliiBt her bus
band's protests she declares her de-
termination to act as his substitute.
She saddles Kentucky dons a suit of
her husband s clothing purchases a
paii of im a u boots and is ready for
tho race foi a home A negro boy is
hired to follow her with the wagon
and the thild'en and her husband Is
to follow .iK soon as he is able.
When the biKiisl gun Is ilred at
noou tho woman n oft with the crowd
of claim seekers Her des Inntlon Is
Guthrie. With a breaking heart but1
Imbued with grim determination she
has a mad ride across the miles and
miles of prairie Kentucky soon leads '
all of his competitors in the race and I
gets beyond her control but she
cling to ihe saddle and guides him!
unerringly toward the goal As they
near Guthilc two mu riding bron
choB appear rlosp behind Now she
drhes the bpurs into her animal and
Kentucky Kallops into the tented rlty
well in the lead The woman springs 'U"'"BH on euueauonni topios. voun
to the ound and drive a stake ty Per'nteudnt will dollver ad-
which she had placed undor the sad- ar9S8-
dies into a choice lot ' -
The rider of one of th. I onchos-l Frt presbyteran Cnurchi
. T: .. --.. m..u. t
11H- IUI llf HdM I. IS IMC lll'Ht ID
(iuthrie. When ho sees the jmk r is
.. woman he is greatly -urpti'd and
i mands a kiss In rttuin foi the
f..wr he promises to permi l i to m
i .it. the i luim Hhe agrees to this
t un uct) on Im' n tit 1. mists upon tell
i ik tur Mm i She it'luti'H the whole
tiwti.) of I In ii niioforuiiu aid tells
how foi (in hue of her little ones I
jhe ma tn. .whi ml. n the plate j
Sot.i ntltl TTlrera ncipr 1-wotne chronie
Uiilixxt vuv muwi it in jiuui uvuuiuuii 19
sluggish weak and tumble to throw off
matter throuitli the sore and orcatdamrer
I to life would follow should it heal before
the blood lias been inakpure and healthy
i and all impurities eliminated from the ys-
teni. S.S.S. begins the cure by first clean-
i ing and invigomting the blood building
' an the general health and removing from
! even iuoul'u your (.-uusuuuion hub uruueii
1 Jv.- tr "
down it wi!' bring relief when nothing
clo can. It tuphe- Uio rich pure blood
necessary to neni tne sore aim notinsii
the debilitated diseased loJy.
Mr I Tl Tullx-.t Iil Tin -5 Vltvr.n. Mlu.
- - ... . . . . . .
says- "6tx jears npo my Kg lrom the knee to
he foot was one solid scire Several tiliyticiam
'...i.t. iTn.i.i. ..ii. iMc..inn.
(t"C4HV iitfc It 1U1 U'- J HI IV !- Ul'i ttlfW
i ml found no relief I was Induced to Iry t
rnd Jtmaueactimpleieiiire I liare been a jer-
feetlV well man ever since "
is ttc only purely veg-
etable blood purifier
known contains no
V na fck. sk ai nolsononi minerals to
ruin the dicestion and
add to rattier than relieve your suiter-
I . . .
Rend for our tree boot and write our
physician about your case. We make no
cbirge for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. CA.
of he.- injured husband. The story
itouehes the cowboy and apologizing
he withdraw IiIb proposal. While
J they are talking the rider of the othor
eroncho a Columbia college student
reaches the scene and the tale of
misfortune is repeated. He and tho
wagon and tho littlo onoa. Leaving
tho children in tho enro of othor wo
mon settlors nnd with tho cowboy and
student as escort tho mother rides
back to Arkansas City to greet her
Meanwhile- tho husband too has
-rawn a claim. When the shot was
llrod ho tore a bod Blat from the
wagon and 'thrust it Into the finest
quarter section of the sKrip" land;
Just adjoining Arkansas City. From
that timo forward tho best of fortune
attends the couple au dtheir little
New Century Comfort.
Millions aro dally finding a world of
comfort In Buoklon'a Arnica Salvo. It
kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts
Bruises; conquers Ulcars and Fevor
Soros; euros Eruptions Salt Rheum
Uolls nnd Folons; romovos Corns and ;
Warts. Best Pl'.o cure on oarth. Only
85c. at A. E. Gray's drug etoro.
IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS.
The following are dates for town-
ship educational meetings:
District 0J bpringer township
Monday Feb. 3.
District 40. Seward township Tuas-
dl P1' 4"
r"'B"tw- 'v "" - wunp
wtlnoidav. Fb- 5.
I)l8lrIct 1Sl OroBoont township
Thur8uny' Fob' C'
D1"trlct 38 Iroa Mouna twnBaP.
t1'my' Feb' 7
The mfilnB vrlll begin at 7:30
p" m- Th8 l8aouor la th aBtrot wl
ninUflr aa ciMn n...i. -- .iu
l"el"B HWMly omB rteacnore in town
ship and each will propare program
me of music recitations and Invito
P"8 to " Present and mako ad-
Sn8clR g0ipal grvl0M ar9
progress at the First Presbytr'an
Services every evening at 7:30. The
Rev p W. Hawlsy Is assisting the
A cordial invitation U extended to
a11 W. C. Miles Pastor. '
yV 0S&tho rimiedy that curcH n cold la ono day
LIVE STOCK CONVENTION.
Big Preparations for Eighth Annual
Event at Wlchltc.
The eighth annual convention of
the Oklahoma Live Stock association
will be held at Wlrhlta Feb. 11th to
14th. On the programme for address-
es are Governor Ferguson Colonel
O. C. French W. K. Campbell of
Manchester Ok ; Colonel Temple
Houston of Woodward and Prof. John
Fields of Stillwater.
The programme in full Is as fol-
lows: Tuesday February 11.
9 30 A. M. Music by Sansford'
10:00 A. M Convention callen 10
order. Prayer. Address of Welcome
Hon. Jerry Simpson for Mayor B. F.
McLean. Itesponse. Hon. A. G. Cun-
ningham of Woodward for President
A. T. Wilson.
11:30 A. M. Business inlon. Ho-
port of secretary of the association.
Report of treasurer. Ileort of ex-
ecutive committee. Election of offl-
ero. Appointment of special com-
Xo aftornoan session. Atcdrvd
special solos visit stook yards got
7:30 P. M. Music by cornet bands
at Convention hall.
8:00 r. M. Prayer.
"Then and Now" Genornl W. W.
Guthrie of Atchison Kas.
Music by Wichita Quartette.
"Ho Was a Tondorfoot" Miss K-
tollo G. Buck of Wichita.
Music by co'iiot band from Okla-
homa. "Live Stock Legislation" Hon. Nor-
man J. Colman first secretary of ag
riculture of United Statos.
"Panhandle Cob" Miss Gall Sutton
"Beef and Brains" Hon. F. D. Co-
burn noxt secretary of ngriculture of
Music instrumental solo.
"Won" Mrs. Wm. S. Wolfo Wichi
"Oklahoma Stockmen" Hon. T. B.
Ferguson governor of Oklahoma.
"Our United Intorcsts" Hon. W. E.
Stanley governor of Kansas.
"Tho Spanish Pony" (by Bpeclal
request). Miss Estelle G. Burke. .
Song "America" by tho audience
led by cornet band.
Wednesday February 12.
8:30 A. M. Music by cornet bands.
9:00 A. M. "Tho Work of tho San
Itary Commission of Oklahoma" Col-
onel O. C. Fronch secrotary Guthrie.
"Prices Tomorrow" Colonel L. A.
Allen KauBiis City.
"Splonotlc Fovor" Colonel Albert
Dean bureau of animal Industry Uni-
"Importance of Quarantine Regula-
tions." Hon. W. E. Campbell Win
"Valuo of Individual Effort Collect-
ively Exortod" Hon. Frank Coopor
"Oklahoma and Kansas and tho
Louisiana Purchase" Hon. D. It.
Francis ox-Govornor of Missouri.
"Early Days of tho Range nnd
Trail" Colonel Tomplo Houston
Music by Sanford'3 Military band.
No afternoon sosslon. Special sales
of flno ootllo. Trading. Broncho rid-
ing at stock yards.
Evening: All members of tho asso-
ciation will bo the guosts of Wichita
at opera houso whore a speolal show
will bo glvon for their entertainment.
Free to mombera; admission given to
othors at usual prlaos.
Thursday February 13.
8:30 A. M. Muslp by oornet bands.
9:00 A. M. "Aronla In Onttlo Its
Oauso and Cure" Colonol O. H. Mooro
"Loco and Its HffacUi How Beet to
Provont." Prof. John Fields director
Oklahoma experiment station Still-
"Our Homo Marked" W. R. Du-
Lanej Suph. Wichita Union Stool;
Yards Co. Wichita Kas.
Live StovL Lossons ot tho Drouth"
(by request). G. M. Wnlden. Kansas'0'
St. Joseph Markets." M. B. Irwin.
truffle managsr South St. Joseph
Stock Yards Co.
"Mnrkot Reports" Hon. J. Neff
Drovers Telegram Kansas City
"Live. Slock Census of Oklahoma
and Kansas." I G. Powers Washing
ton. D. O.
"The Kansas City Markets" Eugene
This ignaturo is oa every box ot tha genpine
FOR THE CHILDREN.
To Keep Their Digestion Perfect
Nothing Is so Sa'e and Pleasant
as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
Thousands of men nnd women have
found Sttinrt'S Dyspepsia Tablets the
safest and moat reliable preparation
for any form of Indigestion or stom-
Thousands of people who are not
sick but nre well and wish to keep
well take Stuart's Tablets aftor ovory Tulsa until after harvest. mho cause
meal to insure perfoct digestion and is scarcity and high priced grain
But it is not generally known that Frank McMnster Is accused of writ-
the Tablets aro Just as good and ing tho Lawton resolution asking con-
wholosomo for littlo folks ns for toir gross to mako Comanche county a
0tl8r- 'part of Texas. Why not mako Mc-
Llttlo children who nro pale thin Mnstor governor of Comanche coun-
and have no nppotito or do not grow
or thrive should tiso the tablets aftor
onting nnd will dorivo groat benefit
Mrs. G. H. Croteloy G38 Washing-
ton St. Hoboken Now Jersey wrltea:
"Stunrt'B Dyspopsia Tablote Just fill
tho bill for .childron as well as for
older folks. I'vo had tho best of luck
with thejm. My threo-yoar-old girl
takes thom ns readily as candy. I
have only to s.-y 'tablets' and Bha
drops everything olso and runB for
them." .n range.
A Buffalo mothor a short time ago
who despaired of the life of her babe' B. S. McGuIro assistant United
was so dellghtod with the results from Statos dlBtrlot attorney has recover-
glvlng tho child these tablets that sho ed his health aftor two months' treat-
went before the notary public of Erlo ment In Kansas City. Governor Fer-
Co. N. Y. nnd mado the following guson and he's a pretty good judge
GcntLmen: Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets were recommended to me for
my two-monthB-old baby which was 1
sick nnd punv nnd tho doctors said Before starting for Washington with
wns Buffering from Indigestion. I hiB delegation of Ponca and Otoo In-
took the child to tho hospital but dlans Major' John Jensen Is said to
tnero found no rollef.
A friend men-
tlonod tho Stuart Tablets and I pro-
cured a box from my druggist and
tirod only tho large sweot lozenges homa. Ho told Potor Mitchell ln-
in the box and was dollghtod to find torproter that he would pay for it if
they woro just the thlnG for my babr- Mitchell would havo his scalp shear-
I feel Justified in saying that Stuart's ed-
Dyspepsia Tablets saved my child's
Mrs. W. T. Dethlope
Subscribed and sworn to bofore mo
this 12th day of April 1807.
Notary Public In and for Erlo. Co.
For babiti no matter how young
or dolicato tho tablets will accom-
pllsh wonders in Increasing flesh ap
petlto and growth. Use only tho
largo sweet tablets In ovory box. Full
slzod boxes are sold by all druggistB
for 50 conts and no parent sould
niKloct tho use of this snfo romody
for all stomach and bowel troubles If
tho child Is ailing In any way rogard-
Ing Its food or assimilation. j splendid appetite. They work won-
Stuart's Dyspopsia Tablets uavo dors in curing Kidney Troubles Fe-
beon known for years n tho host malo Complaints Nervous Diseasos
preparation for all stomach troublos Constipation Dyspepsia and Malaria
whether In adults or Infants. Vigorous health and strongth always
' follow thoir use. Only EOc guaran-
Rust Supt. IC C. Stock Yards Co.
"The St. Louis Markets" L. W.
Krako. assistant gonsrnl manager Na-
tlonal Stock Yards St. Louis.
"Flvo Minutes in Chicago" Hon W.
E. Skinner goneral agent Union Stock tbo Brooks' presonts a type of char-
Yard and Transit Co. Chicago. actor which Is not at all unusunl and
"Foederc and Good Sales" Hon. W.
M. Paugh Wichita Kas.
Roport of committee on resolutions a stage caricaturo may be woll undor-
Appolntmont and confirmation of ox- stood.
oeutlve commltteo for ensuing year.
Selection of pince for holding next
Final adjournment of convention
Music by cornet bands.
No afternoon session. Special sales
lVB 8tock- Great roping content at
8:30 P. M. Annual Cattlemens'
ball at Garfield hall. Adlos.
Heads Should Never Ache
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the reraody that stopped it for
it N. a wh.tar. of Winnie. Va
she writes: "Dr. King's New Life
Pills wholly cured me of sick bead-1
aches I had suffered from for two
yoars." Cure Headache Constipation.
Biliousness. 26c at A. B. Gray's drug
TERRITORIAL 8NAP SHOTS.
Matters of More or Less Interest to
Tu'sa has two new fire engines.
Pureell will 4iave a rat stock show
Western Beaver county had three
Inches of snow last week
South McAloster poker players In-.
stead of meoting a bluff with n raise.
shoot each other. I
Perry's etreets are so hard and dry!an1 F" L Seey' eecr?tary ailtl trea
.tin a iia-. MttrA ...a i...i.i ...... urer
k. vni; CMi.7 V.UB 11&U1CU lllUllfi
them on Its own wheels without dif
Ponca City Cfniritr: When Okla
homa becomes n stato the first thing
will be to quarantine against Kansas
and Nebraska blizzards.
Mma. Nordica mnv eonssnt to nn.l"6" are lnRt mo number will be
uoar in Guthrie and citizens who wlHh
to aoo hor are holding thoir broath '
for fear that sho will chango hor
Tho Boa Reed Mill and Klovator
company has closod dowrt its plant in'
A Pond Creek artist nainted seen
ery for a local ploy and did itso woll
thnt "tho sconory snoko for Itself"
according to tho VIdettc. Next timo
th- Vldotte should print the remarks.
Tho Wostern Oklahoma Stock Grow-
ers' association In Boavor county.
offers a reward of $2G for tho arrest
nnd conviction of any porson who
Ioavos camp fires burning or who fires
says that when in condition McGuIro
is physically the best man In Okla-
have domanded that the Indians cut
their long hair to which thoy con-
sontod rather than remain In Okla-
Frank Clark of Shawnee Is oppos-
d to Edgar Jono' suggestion of
nominating the Democratic congress-
lonal candldato by primaries. Clark
urges tho Democratic leaders to bury
personal ambition and unlto In a con -
volition. This would suggest that Mr.
Clnrk has not lived long In Oklshomn.
The Secret of Long Llfs.
Consists In keeping all tho main or-
Bans of tho body In hoalthy regular
action nnd in quickly dostroylng
deadly dlsoaso germs. Electric Blt-
tors rogulato Stomaoh Liver and Kid-
ny. purify the blood and give a '
tood b A- E- 0 W druggist.
Chas. II. Boylo who will appear In
the title role of tho rofroshing farce
comeoy 'The Star Boardor" which
will be given hero on Friday night at
which provokoa so muoh mommont in
everyday llfo that its possibilities as
Mr. Boyle Is surrounded by gay
comodlnna and a bovy ot ohnrmlng i
merit of the production. We havelsumplo of Chamborlain's Stomacn ana
Jounfe ludloa. who odd not a little to '
Jd many clever attractions in our
j city but it oau bo safely stated that
nothing can equal tho funny situs-
t'ons and clever satire presented in
.Tlitt etnx linarriai
The star Boarder.'
carao Into our store and said:
going to take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin for my cold. It kept us free
all lat winter from every kind of cold
It Is a great remedy and a perfect
uoauve - boiu oy v. u. wine uo.
FOR RUBBER STAMPS
Stencils and Notarial Seals write to
A. N. Millar 3805 Madison avenue
Kansas City Mo.
CAPITAL STOCK INCREASED.
Annual Meeting of Paris Medicine
Company Held at Paris Tenn.
(From St Louis Rapublic.)
The annual meeting of the Paris
Medicine company of St. Louis was
held last Tuesday at Paris Tenn. The
capital stock was Increased to $100
000 Tho statements showod that the
company did the largest nnd most
profitable business of Its career last
year E W. Grove the organizer of
.he company was re-elected presi-
dent. A. H. Duncan vice president
Mr. Seely is in charge of St
Louis office at No 2624 line street
He said the business of the company
Is growing rapidly and that ltd prou
uct has been received with favor all
over he word- Tne see of Laxa
Uve Bromo-Qtilnlne last year wcra
nearly 0000000 boxes and the pros
. lucre-wed this yoar.
The' Drom Qulnino Tablets were
flrat mnte at Paria' Tonn- Tne flr8t
building waB an unpretentious strm
turo and tho tablots wero mado lit
"mal1 quantities. The merit of the
rnodene was 80oa dtBcovorod and
me oruers came in so rapiuiy tnnt tne
company was compelled to move into
largor quarters vnd tho small factor
gavo placo to one giving employment
to a large number of persons so that
at tho present tlmo thoy consume i
tons of quinino annually.
A handsome office and warehouse
Is maintained in this city. Shortly
after the business was established V
was found advisable to make this citj
tho nrlncJPal distributing point. Mr
anU Mr- SeeJy na a tour ot tn
word n tho Intorobts ot tho com
paur' aml wnl'8 m Paris' Ten" Mi
Seely gavo two Btereoptlcon lecturv"-
Our readers have no doubt become
familiar with tho reading notice head
ed 'To Curo a Cold in One Day
whlcl1 nas oon advoitised contlnu
0U8ly for years and thoso who have
nevor usod Laxative Bromo-Quinlnc
for a cold or grip should givo this
colebrated roraedy a trial. Every
druggist in the country sells it.
Live Stock Convention.
Ono fare rato made by all rail-
roads for round trip to Wlohlta Kan-
sas and return on the dntcs of the
Eighth Annual convention of tho Ok-
lahoma Live Stock association Feb.
11 12 and 13 next is effective on tho
10th and 11th going limited to roturn
on the 16th. A splendid programme
has been propared and Wichita will
ontortaln royally all who may come
Among tho features of special inter
est arc special salos of registered cat
tie and horses tho regular convention
programme roping nnd riding con
tests for purses open packing houses
and stock yards to all visitors and the
annual Cattlemon's ball. A cordial
Invitation to attend is extended to
everyone. Remember the dates!
A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks.
' Prof. Roxa Tyler of Chicago vice
president Illinois Woman's Alliance
in speaking of Chamborlain's Cough
Remedy says: "I suffered with a sc
vero cold thsl wlntor which thronten
ed to run Into pneumonia. I tried dif
ferent remedies but I soemod to gron
worse and tho medicine upsot m:
stomach. A friend advised mo to tn
Chaniborlaln's Cough Remedy and I
found it was pleasant to talce and It
relieved mo at once. I am now en
tirely rocovored saved a doctor's bill
timo and suffering nnd I will ncvor
bo without this splendid modiclnr
again. ' For sale by C. R. Ronfro
To Confederate Veterans.
Editor Leader Ploase alow mo the
uso of your colums to requost all ex
Confederate eurgeonB and tha sons of
ex Confederate who arc practicing
physicians to kindly sona mo their
namos and thoir postofftce address.
Please do this at once.
J. C. Jamison
Leut.-Col. and Judge Advocate
Lut this out and take to o. .
uoniro s drug Btoro ana gei a nw
Uvor Tablota tho boat physic. They
also euro disorders or mo owmacn.
bllousnoss and headache.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice If heraby given that tho firm
! composed of Charlos M. and George
it Witter heretofore doing a goneral
merohantile business in the city of
Outline Ok as Witter Brothers
this day muMially dissolved.
The business will be continued at
same place by Charles M Witter who
assumes all the outstanding debts of
the firm of Witter Brother
Chas. M. Witter
Geo. R. Witter.
January 28 1902.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 59, Ed. 1, Friday, January 31, 1902, newspaper, January 31, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75833/m1/2/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.