The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 40, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 2, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1904.
One Price Clothier
As low as
or as high ns
what can you
you come in.
and see the
CLOTHING FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS
i .JO o
x "Pergonal $lo the people's column o
l Mention 11 o o
I Albert Ploeger is here from Seward
If you have a boy aj?e 3 years to. 6 yeans we want
you to bring him here and let him try on eome of o
our new Spring Suits.
Poster Brown Suits Norfolk Suits
1 O 1 O i
m ana oaiior suns.
lWe have the prettiest conceits in Childrens Cloth- o
i that we have ever had the pleasure of showing.
If you have a little fellow to clothe there'B no place o
in town where you can do it as economically or with
as much all 'round satisfaction. c
i f ft J? se0& o
home with '
made at our
store you are
you can return
; the goods to
us we'll give
1 your money
deparie; today for
of Pawhuska was
Mr L O NIldacK. Editor Leader- 1
desire o thank ou for your kindness
and address anutlvr r mmunlcallon
thtotiKh your Hur to the nigh court
of Intelligence in behalf of humanity
I believe In i in- (tod and no more.
I believe in a ;! as fireat as (Jood
I buii as Aiiuigu an in' l tl.vfis' in
I eternal and as matter Is Indestroett-
hlf no' In a -mall triune personal iy
of (.'lods with m head who arbitraily
enJeavors to fop:nl th Unlveiae.
i whose power i limited by the acta of
.the devil whose conduct Is Influenced
by the prayers of the "orthodox"
Dr. B. L Habn returned today from rhurch an" wht"e " 8 e-
r.. w. Shorb
J. W. Ram say-
J. M. McC'onnell went to Kingfisher
J. T. Read and A. McLeod of Ft
Smith are In the city.
a trip to Rock Island 111.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cotlett of We-
leetka I. T. are i-i the el'y.
tired in degree by the In elllgence'of
those who proclaim his word (?)
My friend the life "reorient" out of
I the dust that shows itself in every
I shooting blade of grass in every
Judge 8 H. Harris came down from ' frram now an! every ""
Perry on -he morn.ng train. 're ls n ;" ' h "
reeled life in Jetus bu it is an evl-
Trainmaster Starkweather was here nc ot he ""mutability of Qod In
from Arkansas City last night inure- that God into who8e flower
iarewn bosom coun'less thousands of
Barber rural route Inspector j earh 8 chlJren rMhh cach vear- wn
Tom Jenkins I
I CLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND SHOKS. I
Call and see our ft
New Spring line of $
JOHN B. STETSON $
All the New Shapes are
here at prices to please
everybody. Will be plad to
show them to you.
CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS AND SHOES.
Guthrie's Leading Clothier
tract Will 'Be Awarded March 15.
rd wa received here today from-
inj-to.i s aiing that the contract
the construction of the new fed-
l-nl iing here to coat $190000 will
.wauled March 15.
IDR. F. D. STALFORD Dentist
(aw UandH overiU'hrte Saving Bank.
m uu it iiu r-v.
f T'lrji ii.l Ilirrlcm flntrirU rt T
Ipzens of people are saving dozens
loiters by buying dozens of Club
so canned goods. We savo you
to 73 cts per can. We sell for
J. G. Poland . Co.
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Guthrie Driving Association Admitted
The State Fair and Driving associa-
tion of this city haa been admitted to
full membership in the American
Trotting association and this will be
one of the beat point of lntereet on
the line and exhibits some of the fast-
est horses than will "go" under the
auspices of the aeecclatlon that will
meet in Guthrie in August.
Guthrie haa not been a member of
the Trotting association since 1900
but under tho active management off
Secretary L. D. FoseoU Qnthiie haa
again been placed on the association
list Arrangements will bo "perfected
at the coming race meeting for at
least two a'abn raoee with liberal
purses which will attract a number of
the record making harness and gallop-
ing horses to Uii city. In'connection
with these attractions the association
has decided to bold a genuine old-
fashioned country fair. Liberal prem-
iums will be awarded and the stand-
ard stock of this part of the country
will be placed on exhibition Ex en-
s!v3 stabks and pens will be built an)
the Kivuncs northwest of the city will
be ehprcial! improved to accommo-
date tne fair i
of Washington is In the city a guest
at the Elk
W. J. Bradley and ex-Mayor James
Gordon of Pones City spent last nigh'
at the Royal.
Secretary Fred L. Wennor of the
school hwd leasing board went to
C. M. Strong section director of the
weather bureau was In the city from
Oklahoma City today.
Mrs. O. A. Smith arrived yesterday
from Kansas City for a few days visit
with friends in the city.
Mrs. W. F. nice who has been vis-
iting in this city with friends has
returned to her home in Wichita.
Frank Cannon of Pawnee passed
through Guthrie tills morning on his
way to Lawton where he goes on bus-
iness. Mrs. John it. Burford and Mrs. T. A.
Neal have left for Shawnee called
there by tne illness of tholr father
Mrs. It. N. Hibbard returned to her
home in Topeka this morning after a
months vUit in this ci'y with Mr. and
Mrs. A. rl. Houston.
Mrs. McGinnis passed through the
city this morning enroute from Still-
water. o Oklahoma City where she
will visit with friends.
Miss Jessie I'aine returned this
morning from Oklahoma City where
she has been visiting with relatives
for the put two weeks.
Mrs. N. U Van Patten has returned
to her home in Pond Creek after a
several months' visit with her son B.
C. Van Petten and family of this city
J H. Calver returned home today
frrm HftrtlesvlUe I. T whore1 he has
been writing insurance and also in-.
vesicating the oil fields. Ho says the
oil fever grows stronger ovory day.
Bsrtlesville is crowd ail with people
and Hodges formerly of the Bilks
hotel is clearing up $000 with a shack
hotel. Ex-Policeman Sutterlee is also
a' Bartlesville Mr. Calvert says
Cudahay's income from the IJartles-
ville oil flow Is $2000 per day.
joyous shout and gladdened heart and
whom all love That Is the GoJ 1 love
the God who writes his revelations
not by human hands upon mnsty
parchment but In the Indestructible
cbdrae'er of the almighty's own hand-
writing upoti the open scroll of
The Qod who speaks the divine de-
cree earthward and 'Ise where from
every blazing orb of Uie Universe that
there is no forgiveness for the trans-
gression of tbe divine law but that
every wrong must be punished here
and now with a punishment as se-
vere as the act punished and until
restitution kt done and to him I
would fear to impute the commission
of human crimes and misdemeanors
the intelligence of human passion' and
ignorance. My orthodox friend be-
ware "be not deceived; God is not
mocked for whatsoever a man soweth.
that shalkhe also reap." Gal. 0:7.
Annual Meeting Will be Held at Ok.
lahoma City This Month.
A deanery meeting in which a num-
ber of tbe members of ute Episcopal
church of this city will participate
will he held at Oklahoma City March
15 10 and 17. At this meeting the
new church at Oklahoma City will be
opened and the services promise to
bring forth good results. The Rev.
Nicholas ot this city has been elect-
The program for the meeting is as
Monday March 14.-7:30 p. in.
Adc'ress cf welcome by the rector.
Response by the Uf. Rev. F. K.
Brooke D O. bishop of Oklahoma and
Sermon by tka Rev. A. B. Nicholas.
Tuesday March 15. -
Morning prayer 8 a. m.
Holy communion 10 a. ra.
Celebrant the bishop.
Sermon Ufo from the Body of
Christ tie Cnurh Hph. 1:38-28 the
Rev. 9. Q. Wellos Alva. Okla.
St. Andrew' Brotherhood 3 p. ru.
The Brotherhood Idea tbe bishop.
What Our Chapter is Doing Mr. C
laymen's service. 7- JO p m
Rel!(f!tn and Politics. Hon. F H
j- Without pain.
11 Set teeth - $5
id Crown 22k - - $5
rceledn crown - $4
er fillings - "50c
bout pain - 50c
o charge for examination.
All work Guaranteed.
v York Dental Po.rlors.
Cor- 1st and Okla. Ave.
en Sundays 9:80 to 10:80
Will Elect a City Assessor.
A city asbfswor will be elected a' the
spring election. Prior to last year ad
assessor was elected once every two
years but tbe law passed by the
Seenth legislature compels tbe elec-
tion of an assessor at the spring elec-
tion every year J. W. Ray the pres-
ent assessor was elected on the Citi
tens' ticket last year.
The resignation of Ernest Jones as
cltrk In tbe school land oTlce has
Wn accepted to take eflec April 1
No fuccefsor will bo appoin eu tint!;
Houston Pitted Against Walker.
"Billy ' Walker and Vie Hotu-on are
candidates for the Republican nomi-
nation for councilman from tbe Firtt
ward. The fight for tbe namlna'ion
is waxing warm Both have a number
of loyal supporters. The Republican
primaries will be held next Wednes-i
Rags wanted at this office; must bf
elean cotton mm-
Harry's back line deserves
patronage. Calls promptly answered
'Phone 84; K. C. barn.
The paving of the alley be ween
HairUoi and Oklahoma avenues anJJreer Guthrie.
Dlvle lou and First streets waa com-1 Creeds and Pla form lir Hood and
menced today. The contract waPtv;f. Coles of U.ilvernity of Oklaho-
anardeJ to Cbas Derr several months: rot
ago but on account of the failure to Domestic Missions Mr W V
receive brick he was unable to com- Griffith
mence the work un'll today. Wednefday. March 16
" ' ' Hwly communion 7 a
The Dean Celebrant
S:!J0 Morning prayer
Ppers b Mr. C M. Barnes
Gi'thrle ajrsl F R. Jones. Lejigh;
Mrc J L Craig Oklahoma City.
2 p. m The Devotional Side of
Lent A Paper A. W. Hlgby.
Address to the clergy by tbe bishop
I to ti ii ra drive around tbe it
7-30 p. m
Addresses Coetinuiy of the Min-
istry The Rev F A Juny: Privileges
of Church Membership Tbe Rev. D
A Santord. Cosing Addrei iv the
Rt Rev. 'he BJhop.
Offerings will be devoiel i'i ti- pur-
Puny babies become strong
and robust tabies when fed
on Mellin'o 'Food. Mcllin's
Food gives strength.
J. C. Foster & Co.
Receiver and Distributors Car Lots.
Wftrehose Opposite Santa Fe Passenger Depot.
If yon desire to store household goods call up
Phone 001 and we wiil transfer and store them for you $
V consign or redeliver on short notice; all with ptomptness
g and dispatch and at reasonable rates. fy
We have the best of stornjfe facilities and will give
the best of transfer service.
Merchants pressed for room will be furnished tempo-
rary storage At living rates.
We will move your household goods Willi cure.
ColII and see us or call up phone 601.
We will be pleased to hsvve your patronajje.
J. C. Foster & Co.
Econ omy Grocery
You will find our PRICES
L'WTSR on table luxuries and
Pnncy Groceries thin you have
been accustomed to paying our
D. fe G. Truftled Sardine.
Penanros liooeless Sardines.
Barton Fills Sardines.
J. P. S. Stuffed Prunes.
D. 4 G. Red Cherries.
Antonioi Olive oil.
Cynderili Queen Olive.
Lee & Perins Sauce
Cross A Blackwell's
Roses Lime Juice.
Royal Relish Mustard Sauce.
Cofman's D S. F. Mustard.
Geoff roy Maccaroni.
Underwoods Deviled Ham.
FonUiues Pr as & Mushrooms.
(First published In the Dally Loadet
March 1 1001 )
Application for Liquor Llcenro.
Territory of Oklahoma County ot la-
Notloo 1b horeuy given that
C. C. McMlllhui
has this day fined In tho oftloo of tb.
County Clerk In and fot said County
his potition asking that u license bo
cranted him to soil at retnll malt
splrtuous and vinous liquors in
Lot No. 8 block No. 67 Third wnrd
Guthrie 0. T. In said County and
If no protost bo filed on or bororo
Alaroh 16 1001
is potition will bo grnntod and
WltnoBs my hand nnd tho eoal r
said County horoto Affixed tha
1st day of Mnroli 10.
N. J. C. Johnson
Uy J. N. Burnett Deputy.
S. W. SCHMIDT
T. . H. l. mJI .Ws uau sa... ti. m ...nl
Jour I ot I&jUw'i Kd "ibid yu haw Mgtrly
MCLLIN 6 FOOD CO BOSTON MAB8.
ties i are on sale for Andrews Opers
! Co. which will b at tbe Biookt- on
' r.v i.'-i(lay n ght Prices J5 oO "
ULd 70 cents
(First published in the Dally Leader
February 2i 1!mI.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma Iisn county
Nutl-c- is hereby kIvii that
Cai Mkiiii i
has this day filed In the office of the
county clerk. In and fur .uld county
IiIh pttinon aHkJnx thai a liceuse be
granted him to well at i UII malt
npirliuoua and vinous ii(iior on
Ioi IH block 50 K O Third ward
in Haul County and Ti rritnry.
If no protest bo filed oit or before
March II. r04
bis petition will be csntud and
Wltttsss my liand aid Uie seal of
said county hereto affixed this
Jtb day of February 1901
N. J. C Jahmon
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Mrs. Haihe -"Mr. Boarder you
seemed to doubt the landlady when
she said this was fresh country but
tor" Mr Boarder "Yes he handod
11 out too strong."
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