The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 148, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 18, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKlXr.
TUESDAY JULY 18 1905.
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25 WORDS 6 TIMES SO CT8.
25 WORDS 3 TIMES 21 CT8.
Businets Is Business.
"Heaven Hrt taught letters for some
Bomo banished letter or some captive
Bui now wo Know they're handy for
Good up-to-uate effective advertising.
One step won't trite you Very fnri
You'vo got to keep on walking.
One word won't tell folks all vou art:
You've got to keep oit talking.
On Inch won't make jvu Very tn'l:
You've go to keep on growing.
Ono little "nd" won't do It nlli
You'-o Bot to keep 'tin gdltig.
An Ad Vantage.
Ho who would Add unto his trndb
Should have an "rid." and well displayed.
For "ads."' If one" kno.ru how to write
Add to one's trade nd Infinitum.
"There ar no birds In 'last venrs nosts"
No dollar bills In last year's osts;
And 'tlsn't wlso to hope that "sends"
"Will still flow 'n from last year's "ads."
An Ad Dltlon.
A man who owns a great bis store
"With stocks of (foods on every floor
May to his keenest sorrow find
The public to nlst wnts Is blind
And though he odd aft he may guess
"Would likely ndd to bin success.
His bank account may rt-'VO' tle
Till ho concludos to ml-vertlao.
A Lump of Logic
The time to quit (It scenm to ti.o '
This truth Is pis denying;
Our advertising ought to be
When all the. world quits buying.
o DO YOU WANT o
o A tltuatlon7 o
o Help Male or Femala7 o
o To S-stl a Farm? ' o
o To Sell Household Cvodst o
o Agents? " "
"c Canvassers? o
o A Husband or Wife. o
o A Boy or Girl? o
o A Handy Man? . o
o Or Anything Else? o
O TRY THE LEADER THREE o
o Line want three times o
O 25 CENTS. o
Someone wnoso buslnpsi Is wtb YOU
rr.ay have Inserted a want ail today
because he didn't know your name and
OR SALE 13 acre farm one -half mllo
from EU'ctric park. Good 7 room itt-
tago. barn iuid other pmall oulldlnscs;
good writ and windmill. Younp or-
chard' plenty H'unll fruit. At cost If tak-
en at onie. AddreiWn. S. cure larder
FOB SALE Set
of harness. Inquire at
-OU SALE A scnolarshlp In MoKlnncy
Pra'ctlcnl Business college AlcKlnney
Tex. Full course; value $75; will sell for
flS. Address The Leader.
FOH SALE-Nlce five room nouso and
two Jots; most deslrablo portion of city:
on car line; all conveniences; price-
V SCO. Address O. C. H. care Leader
roit SALE Scholarships In Tyler (Tex.)
Llternry Nprmal and Commercial col-
Ifr&e; value 0; -two for J28. Address
FOR SALE On easy payments bar fix-
tures new and second hanu billiard
and pool tables billiard aid bowlti'if Hup.
plies. "Wo lead In cheap price. The
Brunswlck-Ealke-Collender Co. 557 und
639 Delaware St. Konsa flty. Mo.
WANTED Collectors and solicitors men
or women J1J.0O per week guaranteed
the right kind. Call at 212 W. Okla-
homa ave. room H. after 6 p. m dally-
WANTED Young lady to take course
in advertising Instructions. Scholar-
ship for sale at HO. Address "L."
THE GROWING SOUTHWEST
"No other section of the United
States la adbanclutf so rapidly" In
population agriculture railroad
construction and maritlmo oom-
nierco aa the Southwest. Texas Is
naw the leading stato In railway
mileage and Galveston stands ec-
ond atnonsr Amerloan ports In the
alue of her exports. 'From Mun-
sey's for Starch.
Wo liave lots of Information
about the Southwest vafpable alike
to the Investor nnd homeaeeker.
SNj We may make'lt possible for you to
jaei in i'iuei mm juu uv inmnjot-
hp you aro look&ie for. 't will be
our endeavor to do no. If you are
Interested tell us what you want
how much you luive to invest and
we will gladly furnish tho InJomta-
Send today for a copy of our free
book. The Comlni: Country." and
partlculrars nhoUt rates. Address
. GRORGE MORTON
General Passenger and Tleket Agt.
Sox H. SL Louis Mo.
ooo oosio o n o o o
O004 ha;el e-f at lt twwty Ov) tetwwity.flve tac rooms Ji a prt.
town. Jtwtt be value for mony. Glvejuirtl'.'Ular and tewert- &bP'"cp-
gala First claw Uvwy fA boardww stable. dior bet tnttaM to Jtvn.
nt yr. CUUa. av.
ji . n
FURNISHED JlOOMS For Jlght hot'so-
keeping A. Z. Clatk. 30? Butt Vilas.
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED t hav position Tor good
salesmen. See tr.e tr terms. V. Bow-
ers. 10S West Harrison Guthrie.
WANTED Names of persons doslrlux to
lwint end enter real estate business.
Success guamntood. Address S. Chand-
ler Crescent Okla.
How much of your home !s use' a a
storage place? Stop storing and start
soiling things you don't need through
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTKr lady to do-nomtrm I.nynl
Liquid Coffee mint bo of btt char-
acter ftnd pood reference See ZMss
Goodhue nt Ramsay's Store.
(First Published in Dally euder July
Notice Of Application for L'aunr Llnrn.
Territory of Oklahoma l.0Bnn County s.
rsOllce Is hereby given that Walter.
Hammock 1ms thin day tiled In the ollcij
of the County Clerk- In nnd for wild
Counts- his pstUlort. nsltlnc 'hat a li
cense bo granted blm to sell nt retail
malt rvlr.tvaus and vinous liquor on
Lot II Ulock -IS Second Ward. City of
Guthrie In sJd County and Territory.
If no prptost bo tiled on or before Aug-
ust 2. 1905 his petition will bo crnnted
nnd license lusuod.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
County hereto afllrtd this ISth day
of July. 1905.
(SEAL) jr. E. TltAPP.
Notice City Warrant Called.
I will pay all the olty of Guthrie wnr-
tnnts drawn on -the olty treasurer and
registered prior to this dt un to nn.l
Including the following register numbers:
Salary fund. "II" nil warrants.
Fire and wnter fund "H." Rog. 3SJ.
Street and bridge fund "II." Rfg. C7.
Contingent nnd supply. "H" lg. m.
Library "II." all warrants.
Park "JI' nil waVmnts.
Sinking. "H" nil warrants.
Street light "II" all warrant.
Street crosulng. "IV all warrant.
Street sprinkling ' H.' all warrants.
Slain tap. "II" nil wnrrnnts.
Pinking. "H" nl warrants.
Street light. "II" all nrrants.
Street crossing "H." nil warrants.
Street sprinkling ' H" nl wr.rrants.
Main tap "II" all warrants
Judgment funds partial payments.
Interest censes on uuouve warrant on
nnd after thirty dsys from this date.
- Cvll. HAVIGHORST.
City Treosu" r
M..M....... .... .
(First Published In Dally Lender July
Notice of Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan County ss
Notice is hereby given that M. Voln-
bergr has this day filed In the ofllce of
the County Clerk In and for said County
of Logan his petition asking that a II-
cMise be granted him to sell at rei ill.
malt splrltuoun mid vinous liquors on
LotH 23 nnd II Block R7 Third Ward
City of Guthrie In said County and Ter-
ritory. If no protost be filed on or before July
24 190S his petition will bo granted and
Witness my hand and the seal of said
County hereto afnxod this 8th day
Of July 1905.
(SEAL) M. Ii TRAPP
By J. L. MuKEOWN Deputy
(First Published In Dally Lender Jul)'
Notice of Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma Lognn County h.
Notice l hereby given Wat Jnko Weln-
berger has1 this day filed In the office of
the County Clork In und for tiuld County
his petition asking that a license be
grunted him to sell at retail mnlt spir-
ituous and vinous Hqtioro on Lot 1
Block B5. Fifth Wnrd City of GuthrK
III Wild County and Territory.
If no protest be filed on or befok-e.
July 29 1906 his petition will be granted
a id license Ismied.
Witness my hand ond the seal of said
County hereto alltxed this 14th day
of July 1901.
(SEAL) M. B. TRAPP
I Anderson's Variety Store
Giocerics. Flour Feed. $
$ Sporting Goods. W
v. Tinware Glassware
3 Repair worc of all kinds A
i Ooruer Nobie Ave. and Division St .
Royal Barber Shop
T. C. VINSON Prop.
Finest Four Chair Shop in the
city. Union men employed.
Your patronage solicited. First
class artists 110 East Eiarrison
To tee a grand catcher watcb QuUser a
oo4 pitcher ate ljenderwaci a full borne
run. watch "Tex-' Jonen; to win the game
watch Outbrle. Learn tp ee pretty batr
cut and bave wr ictftae bpya that get them
at the Itoyal Uarbcr Shop. We always bet
Mf Ik wilwfc WB
No aivt. received for less (ban 2$cts
'Situation! Wanted" Fres.
LOST AND FOUND.
VOUND Stick pin with Initials S. F.
T. Owner can have same at Leader
ofllce by proper description.
LOST Child's In.Jlau moec-itn. Sntur.
day evening betwwn ball ground nnd
city. Finder please leave nt Lender of-
(Flrtt Published in Dally Lender July
Notlcs of Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma. Logan C imty ss.
Notice Is hereby given thst Wm. Rod-
man has this day filed in tho ofllce of tho
County Clerk. In and for said County of
Logan petition asking that a llccnsb
be granted htm to sell nt retail mnlt
spirituous and Vinous liquors on Lot S
Ulock 57 Third Ward Olty Of Guthrie
In laid County nnd Territory.
If no protest be filed on ol Wore July
21 190S his petition will be grin tea and
license Issued. '
Witness my hand and tho seal of said
County hereto afllxed thU 6th day
of July 190S.
(SEAL) M. E. TRAPP
By J. L. MoKKOWN Deputy
(First Published in Dally Loader July
Notice of Application for Liquor License
Territory of Oklahoma Lognn Cmmtv. ss.
Notffeo Is hereby given that J. S.
Herbcr has thl day filed In the office of
the County Clerk. In and for "did Coi'n-
ty his petition nuking that n license bo
granted him to soil at retail mulu spir-
ituous rind vinous lliuors'on Lot 12
Block S9 Fourth Wnr.1 r'.ty of Guthrie
In said County and Territory.
If no protest be filed on or be'ore July
23 1905 his petition will bs granted
and ilcenso Issued.
Witness my hand nnd the seal of raid
County hereto nmved this Slh iliiy
of July 1906.
(SEAL) M. E. TRAP?'
G. W. Bruce I
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2 4 0 Billingsley
Building luthrie O. T.
Special attention given to the exam-
ination of County Records.
References; Doard of county com-
missioners Logan county: Doard of
county commissioners Dewey Co.;
Doard of county commissioners
Blaine county: Board of Commission
ers Pottowatomte county; any bank
JUST CALL ME UP
Vhen vou aeort co?l. Your orot-
will bo filled 1ut aa quIcWy and. satla-
factorr n it you had come In person
to order it. end the coal will be juat
as good as ever came rmt of. a mlno
clean dry and tollable. Have plenty
ot Howard McAlester and Cammoron
coal Black Diamond and Anthracite.
N. F. OHEADLH.
The Coal Man
Galvanic Electric Belts
Dry Hot Air for Rheuma-
tism lie EvOk...? DRi C( N SELT0N(
IS THE BR EAT EST
THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER
IN THE WORLD.
$4.00 Per Year. Single Copy 10 Cls.
Sample Copy Free.
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ALBERT J. BORIE POBLtSllEIW
JLuuoin. 4TW.2STU HT. J'w Yojm;
"We ars "buttin m ttfc but
Onlyilrst class outfit In tb
territories Write for Musplr
and get prices.
JDlO"'! 58 ADAMS ST.CKICAEO.
IN THE PUBLIC EYE
VICE ADMIIIAL BIRILEFF
Tho One WontUr.
The Kansas legislature Just couldn't
help butting In on the Missouri Senator
lal light A Kansas legislature without
a senatorial deadlock is not true to lite.
The only wonder Is that tho Missouri
ueadlock wasn't adopted as our own
earlier In the season. Wichita Boacoa
. "At wflat orb uoes tho average man'i
"That isn't the question" answered
the mlsnnthrope. "The main thing is
to discover an agd at whloh the aver
ngc man's usefulness begins." Wash
Neighbor I hear you have a baby nt
Janes Yes who told you?
Neighbor Tho baby. Chicago Trf.
St. I'aul's-Eplscopal church in Jeru
sttlem which was built by the British
was left by them unconeecratcd in
order to allow clergymen not belonging
to the "apostolic succession" the ue ot
Warranted to Stand the Test.
Dr. H. W. Wiley the brilllaut and
original chief or the bureau ot chomj
lstry of the department of agriculture.
was afaed tho other day by a rcportec'
why ho did not investigate rongo.
"Rouge" the reporter said "may bo
vcrv harmful very poisonous. Mr.1
Pou't you think that It requires invc
Dr. Wiley smiled.
"No." .he answered. "I can't say I dc.
If rouge wuro poisonous unnumbered)'
women would have died of it long aco.
"By the way I'll tell you a queij
thing about rouge. It is something than.
I came upon one day in a pharmacy
and I think it illustrates an odd Dhaju
of human nature.
"A young girl was buying a pot of
rouge and I heard hor murmur to this
' 'You guaranteo that this will no
" 'I do indeed. the clerk oxuwured.
"This like nil our other rougo. is war-
ranted to stand trio hardest kiss of io
vestigation that any of your women
friends will try on it. "
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Fr-nk Date. A Q. C. Olerer.
DALE & BIERER.
Anderson Bldg Oklahoma Avenuo
Attorney at Law.
Office in Adler Block Souttt side Okla-
ORVILLE T. 3MITH
109 S. Division Telephone (54
Special attention to tbe law ot Cor
oprations. Real Property and Iusur
tnce. Outtirle Okla.
Virgil M. Hobbs Guitave A. Erlxon
HOBBS & ERIXON
Rooms 0 ivnO 7 Spurlock Bldg
PERRY T. McVAY
"THE STRAIGHT LINE
The St Loulf Zl Reno & Western.
QUTHKIK TO EL RENO.
QUICK SERVICE AND THB BEST
T I. Woli; TraElc Manaaw.
i lOttf B OkU. Are. Qulorie Okla.
THE WORLD'S' GREATEST DOCTOR.
There la a crtat physltlan who Ions; asro
To clear away tha troubles that come to
"Tin true ho l old fashioned but many a
That tmszletf other doctor would yMd to
this one'a skill;
lie makd no hmvy chrs;ps and he Is
To ecrvo you If ytt rant hint; hla full
name ia Good Cheer.
Ilia practice should be world wide and
dally It should crow:
He serves In aummer weather and whon
the wild winds blow;
Ills night bell 1b In order ho answers
lis Riven no bitter doses and vutlures
not at all.
And they have few diseases and sund In
Who always are serenely attended by
He does not deem the wealthy man mora
worth of his oarc
Than aro the poor who seek him. Where
walls and floor aro bare
He ministers as freely ns where the rich
And all he nslts In payment nro hope and
The hope nnd tr)de that follow where
duty'a call Is clear
'TIs tlmb Jo aid In spreading the practice
of Good Cheer
Chicken tho Limit.
Jones Is o well known young lawyer
who some time ago established V'9
homo in ono of tho near-by subm)3
whero n cot with an acre and a cow
supposed to be the earthly paradise.
His old chum Drown also ot the 'oar
titer hearing of the rural dollghts lor
long ttmo consented llnally to spend
3unday on "the-farm." He was receiv-
ed with all tho honors nnd all the at-
tractions wore shown to him.
At each meal ho iliad td listen to
eulogies ot "our own make" viands.
He stood patiently our own milk loU
'.uce from that framo you saw peaa off
'.ho vine In tho back lot and bo on until
't got to "Harry I can recomwond
'.his chicken especially. I ralBed it my-
telf." Then tho worm turnod with a sd
lwcut Bmllo and romurked:
"No. Will 1 can't believe that You'-
re only been hero a llttlo over ti$
years." New York Sun.
Tho heel of tho walking shoo should
be broad and moderately low. Shoes
when first worn Bhonld fit; thero
jfcculd bo no need of "breaking In." It
b) a good plan to change walking shoos
is soon as one comes In the house and
wear lighter shoos indoors.
T wouldn't hnvo supposed that tha
Wollophs with nil the money they
have would furnish their home aa
"Huh! The Wollophs aro so rich
that they can afford to buy tho cheap-
est kind of furniture for their uouso."
If the eyebrows ore thin and ill-formed
much can bo douo to Improvo them
by rubbing puro grease or vaseline on
them at night bathing them carefully
in cold water In tho morning and thou
putting on a lltUo petroleum. Never
brush nor rub tho brows tho wrong
way. Brush them dally with a small
eyebrow brush and you will tlnd art
They wero seated so close together
en the parlor sofa that thorn was no
room between them for au argumcut
v noii she suddenly let loose a large ani
"Whut's the matter daring?" he ask-
ed. Oh." she replied. "I iugt happened
to 'hlnlf that this would be our tast
evening together until tomorrow even-
ing!" London TU-Blts.
THE ROYAL HOTEL.
Van Duyn & Baton Propa
PateB 2.0U and 12.50 per day.
Leading Hostelry In Guthrie.
Quthrle Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons ot all kinds In
nisbed at very reasonable rates. Be
me beforo you buy. Walter Hammoelt
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
M. LUTHER. WEST
Fire A Notary
Insurance S PublK.
R. R CARLIN
Larocst Insurance Agency
Phone 431. Room 1
' Quthrie. Okla.
ii m imii tat
OKLAHOMA DISTRIBUTING AGENCY.
atle dtrlbutorw of
ill klnd ot Ad
at matter m: o
laKjiBg meat eic
080 N. 0CnOFP.Mgr.
Koemi 6 and e ever Oraad Loader. 1'aone
m. outbrle Okla.
Dr. Daisy Dennlston
210 1-2 E. Oklahoma Ave
ComulUtlon Free. Phone. 3W.
DUy IMdar M ots wmc tMlv
tt& vary day wcpt 8u1t .
FOLLOW THE FLAd
WABASH Orthodox Consists in
making travel safe for valuable
THE WABASH tjIU be the
popular route to the
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION Kansas City.
Look out for the
To tbe NORTHERrf ANNIVERSARIES at St. Louis
after adjournment of the Southern Baptist Convention
Kansas City to St. Louis
WATCH for our Wabash Cup Man & talking question boxto
answer all questions regarding Kansas City. He will be at the delegates' com-
mand o-.i arrival at our Un.op Station.
J Wo refer to our mutual friends: Rev. F. C. KfConnell Stephen A.
a Northrop and the Rav. S. M. Brown ot The Word abut Way or Rev. J M.
J Gurley Kansas City Kas.. or Rov. W. H. Eaton day Center Kas.
u or further particulars address:
803 Main Si. Kansas City Mo.
Denver Enid & Gulf Railroad Co.
THE RED TRAIN
ON THE ALFALFA ROUTE.
This train ia tuscan red from tail lights Jto tt?yder. it is
different from other trains in color and service. TVe'e redtininp
chair car modernrjand comfortable.
Leaves Union Station Guthrie every dav at 0:80 a ra.
arrive at Enid 11:80 a. m. in time to connect vith most of the
trains on the Rock Island and Frisco nortn and south and in
time to take dinner at the Alfalfa Cafe right at the depiV and
only a few steps from the Frisco depot. Popular prices pre-
vail. Try it.
DON'T FORGET THE COLOR.
THE SOUTHWEST LIMITED
5 is the new train between Kansas City and
It runs via
Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul
Electric-lighted throughout The Southwest
Limited is a blaze of glory along the new
route. Its equipment includes Compartment
and standard sleepers observation-library
car dining car and coaches. It arrives in the
Heart of Chicago in time to connect with all
eastern trains. If you are going East it is
worth while to write for descriptive booklet.
M. F. SMITH C. A G. L. COBB S. P. -A.
345 Main Si Dnll&e.
The Missouri Pacific Railway
The favorite line between Kansas City and St. Louis.
Five trains daily each way; flrst class trains .n evory
respect and the fastest time. See that your tickets
read via the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
The Sure way to Reach your Destination
quickly and with he Greatest Degree of Comfort.
Takes you direct to the "World's Fair Grounds.
O. B. STYLsa A. G. P. A.
Kansas City Mo '
.? i.rST.i.i T
i r l"i' " 1 1 J WiilWH I " i1 us ' 'li Ii
tires without cutting welding and Heating tnem tnus r. reserv
ing the wood-work from injury a wonderful invention which
cost a large sum of money in order to be up-to-date. O t sho
has the Only Henderson T'ro Setter in this section of the
Dntted States. We also have the very latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality ribber tires on any whee
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to order Re-
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are invitea
to visit our factory tbe best equipped la the Southwest.
First class Horsesholng SCHICKR.AM WICKMAM
Are You Oo;.tf EatT
In inaktnK your armngeiurnta tor your
vaoatlon thbt summer It would be well
to consider con"entnca and savins; ot
tlma. Tbe IVabasb with its own rails to
St. boul Dttrelt Toledo PttUburg- and
Btiftalo Is the sliortest line makes ttiU
tMt time and fymUhM the beet aeeom
wdatloiis. Through ssrvloa to Hew
fork and Bosten
Ask yoty local Uckst aient tor tickets
ver tho bash. thr an u th.
The Goodfellowshtp Train"
Passenger Agent Wabash R. R.
And there's pure air pure water and sunshine
on the hill. Just the ploce for a rest after tbe
long winter. It's the
0ERATE0 BY THE FRISCO SYSTEM
Round-trip tickets to Eureka
Springs on sale every day in
W. STRAIN D. P.
the new short line tha
907 Mtxlrt St K&rtdeLa City
E. E. Blaoklby T. P. A
Ii you will pay a vlst to the
Carriage and Wagn Work?
822 S. Division St
We will show you hovr ve
tichten loose watron and bueey
and the new counties ia Western Ok-
lahoma also alt points oa the Rock
Island System including Choctaw
Dlrtsloa caa sow be reached te bMl
adTaatage by tha New lae
Th M. Lauls Kl Rm A WsUr
Tralna leave Quthri from tUata.
Vt fn' x Mn.
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