The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 132, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 7, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY BIAY 7 1902
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there being a large number who believe that there is
no cure he makes the above statement.
Apply without delay be convinced that you are cured
of that you deemed incurable.
Letters containing stamp will be replied to.
DR. W. H. GUNN. G08 E. Harrison Ave. Guthrie. O. T.
1 on Wheels
j 4 every kind repaired. Our repairing department is the $
I $ oldest and most popular in Guthrie and we have facilities $
v . ... '5
$ fordoing work that other shops do not possess. You can't j
imairine now mucn comiorc
to have your old iron rattling
running Goodyear rubber ties.
is prepared to do this class of
W. H. BRUNNER
House Pointers Decorators
and Sign WritersQ
In our retail department we carry a full line of
'pads oils fine varnishes and wood fillers. We also
h -r a nice line of patent paints. When you want
some-ii'ng good call on us. All work and material
220 SOUTH DIVISION
J.o Bi FAIRFIELD
t AND Sl'ORAGB
Phone 20. Office and Yards 407409 W. Harrison
J W M-NKAL. PreaUenti A. J. SEAV. Vlce-l'restdei t
Guthrie National Bank.
Capital $50000 - Surplus $10000
o . i ..- -
Board of Directors. A. 0. 0. IlIBUBR rhANKDL(C
n addition to officers of bank U.K. TltOUTMAN
FltKO O. UOLCATKIt Cashier W1I.I.I. Jl S. STILUS Asat. CoMiler
Reclining Chair Cars
and THE WEST.
Double Dally Service
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cart.
Ntw Solid Vestlbuled Train.
Pert oi Service.
m emr tuit to the southeast
rwtaiormitlon nil on tlckil el
X nj Urn or addict
LLIt4(ir(T.P.A. . Oillu.Tu.
ie.IL UO.P. T.L Utile Baik.irk.
until you are cured is the proposition
made by Dr. W. H. GUNN in any
case of Rupture. Pile Tumors or
Cancer. The doctor is an expert in
these cases and owing to the fact of
You will find at this place a splendid $
variety of Buggies Surries Wagons $
Carts etc. from the leading manu- $
facturers at reasonable prices and g
shoddy goods. Vehicles of fy
aim measure it wm cive vou &
tires replaced with smooth
This is the only shop that W
work. : : :
and Divisipn Street
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SUMMER SESSIONS EDU-
Chicago and St. LoiiS.
For the nboro occasion wo will soil
tickets to Chicago and St Louis and
return at rnto of ono faro plus ?2.00.
Tickets on salo Juno 10th 17th 21st
and 24th with final rolura limit of
Sept. 15 1902. Continuous passage In
A. J. Corklns Agent.
M. . CHURCH SOUTH.
Dallas Texas May 7 to June 6
For tho abovo occasion wo wijl soil
tlckots to Dallas Texas and roturn
at rate of ono faro plus ? 2.00. Tlckots
on salo May 4 and 5 with final return
limit of Juno 7 oxcopt by tho paymont
of 60 conts and doposit of ticket with
Joint agonts an oxtonsion of limit will
bo granted to leave Dallas not lator
than Juno 30.
A. J. Corklns Agent
SUMMER EXCURSIONS TO
JOLORADO AND UTAH.
On and atter Juno 1st wo will soil
tickets to Colorado and Utah at rates
as quoted bolow:
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Except August 1st to 14th Salt Lake
Final roturn limit on all tickets Oct.
31st. Stop-ovors will bo allowed on
going trip at and wost of first Colo-
rado common point Return trip must
bo absolutely continuous passage be-
ginning date of exooutlon.
A. J. Corklns Agent.
If our slstor cltlos know what Is
good for them they will ongago Mr.
Southors and his company for a whole
weok and Invest In season tickets.-
Supplement Do Land Florida.
Fresh Invoice of the
Cuesta Rey & Co.
Direct from the Factory In
in 5 io I5 and 20 cent sizes.
Olsmith Arms Co.
(First published in tae Dally Leader
April 26 1902.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory ot Oklahoma County of
Notlco ! hereby given that
W. E. Begloy
has this day filed in tho office ot the
county clerk in and for Bald county
his petition asking that a license be
granted him to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 6 block C6 Fifth ward. Guthrlo
city. In said County and Territory.
K no protest be filed on or before
May 10 1002
his petition will be granted and
Witness my hand and the seal of
said county hereto affixed this
25th day of April 1002.
J. B. Oobson County Clerk
By F. S. Pulltam Deputy.
Albert Pike Lodge No. 60 A. P.
and A- M Meets second and fourth
Wohnoeday of each mouth at Mason
Harper S. Ounnlngham W. M.
Tthfjue Ray Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No 2 A. F. & A. M.
Regular meeting third Wednesday ev
enlng In each month at 8 o'clock. AH
brethern cordially Invited to attend.
Paul Newman W. M.
E Mt Damford Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge. No. 426 D P. 0. B.
meets the second and fourth Friday
lneach month In K. of P. Oastlo Hall.
L. G. Nlblack E. R.
J. Fcicart Secretary.
W. B. Herod P. C.
M. L. Mock Adjutant.
Woodmen of t World Guthrlo
Camp No. 3 moots! . cry Tuesday at
7:30 p. m. In tho Woodmen hall over
Sponcor Hardware store. Visiting
Wm. Connelly Coa. Com.
J. B. Towers Clerk.
Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 2 I. O.
0. F. moots first and third Tuosday at
7:30 In the Odd Fellows' hall In tho
Weinberger bull'tntr. Visitors wel-
come. P. M. L. Ray N. 0.
Kate M. Wethy Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 3. I. O. 0. F.
meets Monday night of each week at
7:30. Visiting Odd Fellows always
O. W. Pulse N. O.
G. W. Bruce Secretary.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1. I. 0.
O. F. meets evry Thursday u(?bt ot
K. Abbott C. P.
H. A. Herwlg Scribe.
I. O. A. M. meets every Tuesday
night in K of P. hall. Visiting chiefs
Frank B. Barber Sachem.
H. C. Barney Chief ot Records.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meets
every Thursday at 8 p. m. In their hall
In tho Victor block corner First and
Harrison. Visiting Knights are al-
A. G. EUldwIn C. 0.
J. Foucart M. of F. and K. ot R. S.
Guthrie Lodge No. 1. A. O. U. W.
meets Thursday evening of each week
at 7:30 In tha Victor block corner
First and Harrison. Visiting Work-
men always wolcomo.
Harry Overbay M. W.
C. R. Wilder Recorder.
Guthrie Commandery No. I Knigltlu
Templar moets every Wednesday
ovonlng at 7:30 at ttiolr Asylum In
tho Masonic tomple. Visiting Sir
Knights always welcome.
Jno. Ransom Hammlll E. C.
E. M. Bamford Recorder.
Hartranltt Post No. 3 G. A. R.
moqtB on first and third Fridays In
each month at 7:30 p. m. in lml I ovor
Sponcor's Hardware store. VltlMngj
comrados always wolcomo.
M. L. Mock E. P. Burllngame
Adjutant. Post Coraraandor.
Two times a week 104 times a
The Twlcoa-Week Courier-Journal la
the host paper published in the Unit-
od States for Democrats and for all
readers it is tho oqual of many dal-
1.0" and tho superior of all semi week-
lies or weeklies. Henry Watterson is
Tho Wednesday Uane Is devoted to
news matter the Saturday ieaue the
home. Sample coplee tent free on ap
By a apaelal arrangement you can
got the Oklahoma Loader and the
Twlqea eok Courier-Journal bona
one year for only
This is for cash subscriptions only.
Ail BubsorlptioBB under this comblna-
tlon offer must bo sent tnrough the
Royal Bas and
Carrio.ge CeJls for
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108 E. Vilas Phone 70
DR. G. E. HUTTON
Office at N. 0. Smith's stables corner
Cleveland and Vine.
Residence C18 Cleveland avenue.
Office phone 84;
Residence phone 4(11.
Modern scientific and successful
surgory and treatment Ot all diseases
of the horse and all other domestic
Consultation free; charged reason
able. References my patrons.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Frank Dale. A. G. C. Blerer.
DALE & BIERfcR
Anderson Building Oklahoma avenue
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Adlor block south side Ok
FOSTER & M'GUIRE
Attornoys at Law. '
Practice In all Courts.
Office over Bank of Indian Territory.
M. LUTHER WEST
Notary PublU and
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
H. J. VANDENBERG
General Contractor and Builder
In Wood Brick or Stone
Office: Room No. C Dowey Block.
Estimates furnished on application.
Rosldont of Guthrie since April 21
D. R. COTTON
General Cuntrac.or and Builder.
106 North First Stroot
J. W. PHILLIP8
General Contractor and Builder
220 South Division Street
Rosldenco 1005 W. Mansur.
First class work guaranteed at rea
sonable prices. Lot mo figure with
you before you mako your contract.
G. W. DUNNICA
Carpenter Contractor and Builder.
All work first '.lass and guaranteed.
Rosldence 402 East Warnor avonue.
J. J. KENNEDY
Contractor and Builder.
Shop 218 N. Division St. Guthrlo.
All kinds of jobbing. Store and offloe
fixtures made to order.
C. H. COLE
Contracts taken for new roofs
gravel nnd and aspliultum.
All kinds of roofllng done at reas
Old roofs tin nnd gravel dried re
painted and repaired.
Out o town orders given prompt
Twenty five years experience.
712 Hast Oklahoma Avenuo.
G. W. DIMKE
Late of Cleveland. Ohio
Musical Director First Regiment Band
Lessons In Violin and Cornet Playing.
References: Dr. Furrow T. A. Neal
Offlco Dr. Furrow's office.
IW7 160 ADAMS ST.CHICAGO.
ASK YOUR GROCER
The 5 Minute Breakfast Fool
fHOUSANDS SAVED BY
in linn ninnnurnu
For Consumption. Coughs Colds
and all THROAT AND LUNQTROUDLES.
This wonderful medicine positively
cures Consumption Coughs CoUIb
LSroriclntis Astltmn l'neumomu
I Hny Fover Pleurisy LaGripixs
UonraoneflHboro 1 hroatoDd w hoop
ingCortgh. Every bottlu guaranteed
NO CURE. NOPAV.
VRICE60c.and$l. TRIAL BOTTLEfcFRFE
CURE YOURSELF I
I'm IX (i for oIvm1
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(fcjIU by DrurcUU
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L rxuren t.r diiI tin
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The Rest Horseshoeing
A horso's Hoot needs as much care
and attention as a man's sometime
& great "deal moro. I ttmko a specialty
f exyert horseshoeing. Having grad
uated from a veterinary college and
understanding thoroughly thoj anat
omy ot tho foot and leg It stands to
reason that I am better prepared to
shoo a hone scientifically and hu-
manely than those who Tmvo not had
thOBe advantages. I phoe a horse for
mobility and action and successfully
troat latno horeos. Rofer to 100 phas
ed patrons In Guthrie nnd vicinity.
S. H. Olson
Proprlotor Capital Blacksmith Shop
216 N. Division St.
S. W. Cor. 1st and Harrison
Fine liquors courteous treat-
ment and a nice free lunch
on Saturdays. A good place
to spend a while.
You don't buy Lum-
ber every day. but
when you do you like
to know that it is
seasoned and depend-
able. Our enormous tra.de
in Lumber this spring
is evidence tha.t wo
sell "good stuff" and
o.t prices tha.t no firm
co.n bea.t. Biggest
stock of Lumber and
Building meUerieJ in
V v v
E L. BLINCOE
For Business Lunch
a la Carte.
T. J. llAVrint. l'rop
We Old Smith Barn in
Having bought C.C ltockwolfg lntr.-t
in tbe lloardlrnt Stable Cor. Cleveland and
Vine st I Intend to run It as a tint cu
place and til stock entrusted to 017 ar-
wlll receive tbe very best attention I ani
well posted a d aave bad a Urge t x;mrtcn a
in me uusineinanu snau uc pieateu 10 oarc
vou fur a customer
Hlgs delivered to ny part of tbe
J. E. GaLskill.
I had nervous indigestion
and a general derangement
of the entire system. It had
been a continual tortur for
1 years. My blood became
very poor and at times my
toe and finger nails would be
diseased. After eating 1
would sit in a chair and put
my feet on somethidg to keep
them from swelling acd at
times would take oft myshoes
for the misery I had. When-
ever I experience anything
to remind me of past aches I
cannot be too elated to tell
what Ripans Tabules have
done f r me. I still take one
now and then because I know
how bad I have beea. They
were just wlmt I needed
Tbe nve cent ptuikcils eooagh fur n
ordinary occanlon Tbe family but
t't Hi vi nta cuuialns anupjily for
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 132, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 7, 1902, newspaper, May 7, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75914/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.