The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 110, Ed. 1, Monday, December 18, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA MONDAY DECEMBER 18 1903.
Special Sale of If
'' Special Sale of
MONDAY 18th and TUESDAY 19th.
MONDAY 18lh and TUESDAY l3lh.
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Every year about this time we have given a Special Sale of Furs. We are
a little late this season because we had a big purchase of Fine Furs under con-
sideration; it took time to make the deal the way we wanted it. However we had
it our way THE FURS ARE -HERE and you will buy them as we did at a
discount of 25 off the regular price. There will be no Reservations During
this Sale. Every piece of Fur in our stock goes in on the same basis a quarter
off the regular price. Let us show you what 25 per cent off means to you. A
piece 6f Fur marked at our regular Olie-price-tO-everybody $10.00; 25 per cent off that is
$2.50 making this particular piece $7 50 a clear saving to you of $2.50 on a $10 pur-'
chase. This discount is positively good only for these two Sale Days
I U JLOLJ A i win
' as illustrated above will be offered at this sale including: the short Cluster Tail
Scarfs long and short Tie scarfs. Song and short Flat Boas Stole and Shall Scarfs
made in the fashionable furs such as Alaska and Brook link Isabella Fox Sable Fox Isabella Marten Black Harten
Isabella Opossum Brown and Natural Opossum Isabella Natural White and Orey Squirrel etc. We giu.tee every piece
of Fur offered to be a first class piece of merchandise in every respect. There are no "Kike" Furs in the lot.
MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE.
For these two days we will. wind up the most succassinl Millinery season we have eir had
by offering every Trimmed Hat In our house at JUST HALF of its original price The grade ot
Millinery we handle is well known to be of the very best kind. The best artists in Europe and
America have examples of their handiwork in this department. This io your chance ior a Hat
at less money than most milliners pay for them. You will of course remember the days Mon.
day and Tuesday December 18th and 19th.
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Guthrie - . - - - . Oklahoma
NEW USE FOR GARBAGE
Ilcat Engendered by Burn-
ing Utilized in'Manufnct-
ure of Electricity.
superiiroRSuro. Tho stoam is utfad In
th6 usual way to oporato tho dynamo.
Tho oloctrlc power produced Is used
first for tho purposo ot tut plant and
to supply part of tho powor for tho
elootrlc railroads of tho city. Com-
plete combUBtlon of tho garbago does
BET HE WOULDN'T BE ROQBED.
A New Confidence) Game Played on an
Washington D C Doo. 1G. Consul
Omnal Guenthor of Pranlcfort fur
nishes the following description of a
plant recently erected at Zurich
Switzerland for disposing of the city's
t.rb.i5;e by burning the heat ongap
(null being utilized to manufacture
i h-cLrlcity. Tho consul general writes-
The plant la located In the outskirts
and contains twebe furnaces which
aro capable of burning 120 metric tons
of garbage lu twenty-four hours. The
wuKona loaded wtth garbage are lifted
y mMts of u. .I5ctrIc derrick upon a
platform abovo tne furnace Into which
ihe garbago Is dumped. As garbage
however does not burn oaslly an oleo-
trie blower Injects a strong current of
air which has been heated by passing
UrouKb. flues In tho furnaco walls. The
heat engendered by the burning of the
garbage Is sufficient to make steam In
two largo boilers of 8 atmospheres
Kansas City Dsc. 16. John Olson a
ranchman from Oklahoma was the vic-
tim of a new confidence gains last ntsht
not tako place. Prom 30 to 40 per P" ?" to n"w' ' utr" to thl v'
. . i. i . i . . I "c of ICaneas City. Here 1b Olson's
cent of Its original weight remains In tory M toU jt ln.lMl0fS eMirt th
uiu tuna ui siag. hub bibs oy mixing
with lime is used for rnak'.ng bricks
and paving blocks. The plant Is said
to be paying well.
was th wife of Charles W. Morse a
wealthy battier until the husband whom
she IumI illvorcwl Charles Dodare.' l'd
their separation set aside and in thts
way lad f his own lndlotmeht and that
of A. IE Hummel and ether lawyers. Is
bade In tMS oeontry. It Is said she
will le calletl as e. witness asalnst Hum-
mel should tlite be deeitied heeesaary.
Bl I- 8 1. -Mj
CIhxvi k1 toauiSfki tin blr
'ri'i.njfi m luxuftABI poinn.
Kvlt fall to Bottoro (IrM
Jl .ir tu iu Youthful OoloM
Cvm pp tliMuM & btt ullhi
c ii viijjvmx miqgr ji
l; big J f c-r w u n a i l'H
l..lltiun tc uloerniWs
of run conn lueiilbt&l
i iiria i vik-t.a Faliilu. n. rot ailU.
ltS(WiCA1.r0. utouloriMl -
fcolU tT Hrt.fiiM
or Mtit Id plnln in..wt
lit asprfM itifttkftiU. fo
1 1 co. it - t uir rs n.
8tate ot Ohio Cltv of Toledo Iiucas
Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he
In senior panner of the flrai of P. J.
Cheney & Co. doing business In the
City of Toledo fJourty and Sta;
aforesaid and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNI'RKD DOIr
LiAItS for each and every case nf Ca-
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use
nf Hall's Catarrh Cure
FRANK J. CHHNEY
Sworn to boforo me and subscribed
In "my presenco. this Cth day of De-
cember A D. 18Sfi.
A. W. OLEASOK
(Sea!.) Notary Public.
Hall's Oatarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally and acta directly on thq blood
and mucous surface of the fiystenf.
Sena for testimonials free.
P. J. OIIENBY fc CO. Toledo O.
. Sold by all DrufKglsts 75c.
Take Hall's Family PJHs for const!
Until the last day wueu the store will
ho so crowded you can't get around;
'(omo now and vc our new water seU
ttuimher sell borry s.'ts. dinner sets
ml fnny t'lccn of hiiia ami vut gloits.
Yon will t surprlii l ut the chanftes
in ihe pricce Conii i i j lid look around
(luthrlo Uluas A Cliinu Co.
ifiornlnK when arraigned on the charge
Of being drunk;
fT was in a rfnlAnn n TTntnti avMii
last flight" b said "when a man came "rP"Jllto. N. Y will interest yon
Torture ot a Preachei".
The stor' of tbo torture of llev. 0. O.
Moore laetor of the nantlst ehuroh of
lip to roe and H: 'You had better
go home or you will be rubbed.'
" 'I UC8g not' I suld
" '1 II bet you 110 you aro robbed be-
fore midnight' eitd tho stmngc-r.
I'll tike :t' I Mid
"Wo put the money on the bar $20
in nil nnd then the stranger put Ihe
niom-y in his poi ket.
" 'Now MiU Ins"' B.iid the sfranner
as ho wulkud out the door. 'You have
been rolibed haven't you?'
"That's the lat I remember. I had
a few dollars left and I Kot drunk."
He says: "I suffered agonies because
of a pcrnlMent rough resulting from
I the grip. I had to sleep nlttlng ud in
lied. I trld many remedies without re-
I llof until T lnn! Tlr Vltiir'u Na Ml.
covnry for Consumption Coughs nnd
Colds which entirely cured my cough
and .saved m from consumption." A
Stand cure for diseased conditions of
Throat and Ivigi. At all druirglsta
price 60c and $1.00 guaranteed. Trial
The mission of. "Early Risers" Is to
clear the way and give Nature full
way. These famous little pills rid the
stomach and bowel of all putrid mat-
ter thus removing the causes ot head-
ache constipation sallow complexion
etc. DeWltt's Utile Barly lllseijs ne-
or gripe or sicken. A safe pioasant
perfeut Pill. Bold by a II. Ren fro.
Our Gun Shop Is open and ready for
buslnecs. Get the choke fixed tjl your
oun so you oan kill quail jri ho black-
jacks. At Oltmlth'c
"THE MOST OF THE 0BST FOR
THE1 LEAST.1 PATTERSON ' FURNI-
MRS. MORSE IN NEW YORK.
Will Probably Testify In Trial of A. H
New York Dec. 16.-
of nearly two years
Every foreign traveler is Impressed
with the superiority of American cut
gloss. In every market of tho world
the American goods rank as the best
and bring the highest pr'cs. Of the
leading factories the Ubbey glass is
acknowledged to be the acme of per-
fection in the brilliancy of the gloss
and the style of the cutting. When
quality Is consiilorid the price Is as
cheap as any other cat glass. "Wfe are
exclusive agents. Guthrie Olasa A
"Shoes and Sstltfaotlon" our met to.
We have proved this since vc havs
been hare.. Whlto House hee Stefe
114 W. Okla. Ave.
DISCU8SKD PRQEt PAtg QUB8TION.
I Graves Dru Store I
rav s iiru ox
120 East Oklahoma Avenue
SAVES YOU MONEY ON HOLIDAY GOODS.
French Stag Ebony and Cellyloid Toilet Seta. Albums Mirrors Clioico
Perfume Jewelry Mectmnlcal Toys and Dolls. Our stock of Dolls ia
very large and well assorted. In order to sell all dolls early we will sell
them at 25 pe; cent discount on all sold from now until December i!5.
Our large st'lck of Wall Paper Is offered at 25 per cent discount to
make room for new stock.
Ladies are requested to call for free samples ot our new Perfume.
A. E.GRAY. Prop.
OUR LINE IS COMPLETE with good things
daloii in Uk matter of sltollshing pass- BSWS&BiWIsWtJESa&&2OTffB5'BH
es it was sew rested nnsjiy with tno g
flrcstdanta of the several lines. The
committee adopted resolutions reconi- M
mending that all passe designed a In- 2
ducsments to securu bi :ae be dls-
Oealslon Rests Vlth Presidents Says
the Trunk Llne Association.
New York Pir. 1. At a meeting of
tluj iixrcutlvo i iimmlttce of the trunk
Line usaoclat lun today thn alKillMon of
After an abm-r-e fit pnssog cm ill- rullrojda included in
the woman who (he assocUUuu wus discussed. Any de-
W So frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption. Do not take chances on a cold wearing- WA
H away or take something that only half cures it leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble.
Nothing vrfel cure indigestion that
doesn't 4igH the food. Itself and give
the stomach rest. yu can't expect that II
a weak stomach will rega'.i its strength S
Ron sv& ivi! wtten ii is iiiiiiiivii iu au
the full vnrk that aounj stomaoh ahould
do. You WtMldn't epeut u sick horse
to get well when it Is compclk-.l Id do
a full day's work every day of the wrek.
Kudoi lpcpla Cure Is a pvtCi-rt dl-
goKtant ai:d JImtn the food ftiRiinlicsa
of the condition of yntr stomach. Hi
lleves Indigestion riclchlng Bour Ktoiti-
arh nnd (ill stonini'h dlsordVrs. Sold by
C B. Honfro.
You won't require an all-day Are for some time.
A GAS HEATER
Just a few moments mornings Rail evenings insures com-
fort. You won't feel the cosC
GUTHRIE GAS CO.
m. sjw-MfJi !: '. ' .. 'jiitfL- 'i ""'i-1- '. . " "
PT OUHES COUGHS AHD COLDS""!
Stops the Cough and heals the lungs and prevents
Pneumonia and Consumption
C. linger 21 1 Maple St. Champaign 111. writes:
"I was troubledvith a hacking cough for a year and
I thought 1 had consumption. I tried a creat roauv
remedies and I was under the care cf physicians for
several months. I used one bottle of FOLEY'S
HONEY AND TAR. It cured me and I have not
been troubled since."
Cured Hemorrhages of tho Lungs
A. M. Ake Wood Jnd. writes: "Several years-
since my lungs were so badly afrectwd that I had
many hemorrhages. I took treatment wilti several
physicians without any benefit. I then started to take
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR and ray lanes arc
now as sound as a bullet i recommend
vanced stages of lung trouble."
it in ad-
Three Sizes 25c 50c $1.00. The SO-ceat size contains two and otw-half llmti as much ai the small
size and the $1.00 bottle almost six tines as much. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
SOLD IKD BEGOMMEKQED BY
C. a BEN FRO
COR MOTHER-IN-LAW'S DEATH.
8. H. Conkln of Tishomingo I. T Held
y the Grand Jury.
Aramers I T. lt i At tin t.
qutst of a liruihvr of Mm (;"t 1 nn
wu silled nt-iir li holm- .it Tifh unlii-
KD rfevurui tiny it nn ly lit i H'ii i.-Uw
H. H. CooHin .i lliiiroiieli lm-r '..itlon
of tho affair mAihi ' i.k n wafc
buund ovr l tho kiiuU Juiv mm lnn.it
ball. The shootlmf wit siiipn 1 to
have bn aicltiunlU.
Ifanjr enlldren Inliirli coimHuitloMS
weak and fefbl-. others ilu to lilhthoor1
trouMsa. tfOliltT's Kih'Iijt Munt'ln
Tsa will poslllvfcly mr -hllliii mid
inalco them str-m. S5 cwtit". 'i'.-a ut
Tabtata. Ask your drusgut
Have your Lace Ourtains and
Carpets cleaned before the rush of
The Guthrie Laundry Company
i THE HOME SANITARIUM
q st wih-ulss i ssu'waeasggg'
Corner Oklahoma Avsnus and flecend Strrct.
S ('brouio Dineahea of the Skin treat-
KANIAS RKOUCK GRAIN RATES ' )
etl with tbe X R.cy.
Stats ISaard Orlrt Cut of F.vo rsr
Cant in aii Class
Topsha D.- K i in t.t.. t. ii nf
railroad 4L'Oinrii'NV i -t toil !' t '1"1
tu orjsr a rlu' i t i r in
iho frelsht mfn ln ' n 'in
Th order afTv . iv . u I 'In
Chronic Ntrvi ua Troubles. Rheuma
tintn arid Diseases of Women
J STATIC 0ALYANIC aid FARAOIC ELECTRICITY
r. i ' . "
AN OKLAHOMA WOI.F HUNT.
CeSenal Banta Wi'l Conduct ths Chase
Nsad B lino.
BiUngs Okla. Ih-. IS a big wolf
S W. T Kimbcrley M.D. Prop
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tho nu 1 h'
O C'l '!( '
hunt U I'Uijitls.l fur th Fudn ti f. i .O r ih im I
Christ in us iiur lllllio3H 'Hi- h ml ! w f li '
to tjfi at t o'llofk A in .mil ' ' 't
. fium 'hd f"Ui siil- m "f W I ''1 ( -
township to it rrnicr wUi Hm i J'"l RENFRO'9 1$ HtAOaMHIERS FOft
up uiu! klUins will taku pui' l''" IjANTA CLAU8.
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