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tkitt StSAMX, UTMftfg, 0KUAHOMA, 3ATURDAY, MARCH 14. 1903.
TO CODIFY LAWS. '
'M rv m5b JkJAf 'Vjirst0 aho BM
Tow will want a nice stylish pair of
-lister gown look just right
shoes to- make your
Why not call and examine our Bnster Shoes? They
are the very latest. You could choose most anything from
iur stock, and it would be in every way correct
Are-here. All the nesviiiathers. lasts, patterns, heels, and ft
widths, from AAA to 6E.
The price is rfvoi.rkecrlr plsxirv figures on the box.
i ou can reaa ii.
W r W ""tahushed 1000 B
The Oldest and lagent Hxcstue 'h.eH use in Oklahoma
ImbI ROOKS I HEAT RE
Sunday, March 15
The Power Behind Ihe Throne
With KATHERINE WILLARD
the Stellar Role.
1 mil.oii at the Brook U.. season.
ITALY'S RED BAND
?.AJ OPERA. HOUSE
Famous Musical Organiz
ation Will Fill Two En
gagements in Guthrie
Tin wyrk of codifying the laws
1003 will be begun at once.
Unofficial announcement Is made
l that the lower house members ot the
committee will bo:
I Representatives Dalllngor, Docker,
iJbnos of Logan, Robinson. Tuttlo and
Howard will offlalnte'as clorkB.
jigs to Eat
Uugenlo Sorrentlno, accompanied
by tlio famous Bandn Rossa, known
throughout the musical world as the
Rod Band of Italy, arrived tn the city
at 0r20 o'clock thlB morning from Ok
lahoma City where they have bean the
past two days. The fifty members of
Court Throws Snag In Way of Strik
'By Associated Press.)
Waterbury, Conn., March 14. Judge
Hlmer, in the superior court today,
granted a tomiiorary injunction an the
yilB band travel In a special oar. The application of the Connecticut Lighting
member were nil dressed in tlietr reUw,rt itatiwax compnny to restrain the
suits and caps and attracted oonsld- trolley men's union. Individually and
erable attention. collectivoly, and all othi-r nnlons in
The morning trains brougb.tjh, many waterbury from Interfering In any
visitors from nearby cities Who are way wIth thB business of the company
attracted here by tho entertainment or jtg umnloyos and from making use
tonight and the opera house will
doubtless bo packed to the doors when
tho leader wavos his baton for tho
Tonight's programme will be inter-
of the boycott to Injure the business
of tho company. '
"The Power Behind lh Throne" nt
the Brooks' Sunday night. Seats aro
sporsed with qncores irt which respect I novv. on 8tlle prce9 25c, COe, 75e and
EugOnlo Sorrentlno promises '"to be
liberal. This' afternoon a Jar$ cror,d
hoard tho band at the maltttea the
programme being as follows: ''
"Willow Grove" Mnrch
Ovor'tire -"Poet and Peasant"....
Solvolg8 S,bng - Crleg
Solo Trumtfet, Sig. Bot'tega.
Duett from "II Trovatore"..Verdl
Solo Trumpet, Slg. Bbttega; Solo
rrombono, Slg. Ladato.
(a) "Bleue" Valtz Margls
b) "Dawn South American I
Solo Harp Selected
The Osage quarterly payment Is
$80,000 for this quarter. That moans
$iS for each Osage man, woman and
'neatlt the stars and
Grand Selection from Andre-
March "American Patrol"
The best pill
It cleanse the system and nevcti
Little Early Risers of worldly repute-Ask
for DeWltt's and tako np sub
stitute A small pill, eny to buy. easy to tako
and easy to art, Irit never falling In
DeWlfo Little Early Rlpors
arouse the 8ecr"tio. and act as a
Pure Food Goods
High Grade Groceries
We Wo.nt Your Business
108 East Oklahoma. Avenue.
tonic to the liver
J N Wallace
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Tonight's programme Is as follow
1. Wedding March .. .. Mendelsohn
1 . Ovorture -William Toll". Ross nl
3. Inlormesso from Cavallorla R'ts
. Uoana" Mascagnl
Solo Trumpet, Slg. Bottoga
4. EohotB Irom the Metropolitan
Opera House- .... Arr by Toiant
5. Gavotte "Manon" Massegmt
6. (a) Narcissus Ne In
(b) Serenade Moszkowskl
(c) Ideal Dance Sorrentlno
Andanta Harp Solo Thomas
, Slg. Sevasta,
Gfand Selection from "Carmon"
Intermezzo, Habanoraf Torroador's
Song, proludo and final Act 4.
Solo Oboe. Slg. Altavllla; Trlumpot,
Slg, Bottega; Trombone, Slg.
Ladato; Baraono, Slg.
Bo sure to attond the lecture 'gl von
by t-oonard Garvor at the Presbyterian
church, March 23.
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most romarkablo cases
of a cold, deep-seated on tho lung?,
causing pneumonia, Is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fonner, Marlon, Ind' who
was entirely cured by tho use of Ono
Minute Cough Cure. She says: "Tho
coughing and straining so weakened
me that I run down i weight from 148
to 2u po2unds. I tried a number ot
remed to t.6 avail until Tuned One
Minute Cough Cure". Four bottles of
this wonderful remedy onred me en
tirely of the cough, strengthened my
lungs and restored mo to my normal
weight, health and strength."
J. N. Wallace.
xnw on sale
nanny ntgiit. seats nra
Prices 2So, tOo, 16c and
The baahetor 'generally nas the
'The Power Behind the Throne.'
with Katharine Wlllard in the stellar
rol$ of "Artaw the court musician's
daughter, win be tho attraction at the
Brooks' theater on Sunday night. The
1 management has asuranaes that every
jjr4e KjihM rtmvlcitlons, but the thing, evn to the furniture, is carried
AMttriedmtau Is expected to have the .m ibis proUuoUva. The qotnpany lu
aourage UW8;JMjaLjSv Mwdo8 twenty-five actlngiipeople.
A Certain Cure for Chilblains.
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot'
Base, a powder. It euros Chilblains,
Frostbites, Damp, Sweating, Swollen
feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores,
" Two of our
tireach at the Southern Methodist
church tomorrow. The Rev. J. A. Jes
ter, representative from Washltn
county, will preach at H a m.. and
tke Rev. Jesse Jones, representative
from Dewey county, will prenah at
7:30 p. m. We trust that two largo
audlancea will greet these brethren
who have t&ofed so faithfully he.ro
during tho past sixty days In the In
torosl of our terrltorr. T. L. Rippey,
A t u ur ,a ni' tij be hal at
ever !ire oe a io some cigars aro
made to smoke and some aro made to
soil. Both kinds sell for the same
money to thp RtmU-r. nnd the atorago
dealer sells the Rial that cost him the
least. Our aim is tn select only cigars
of undoubted quality for our trado.
Our long experience in the cigar busi
ness enables us to do it. If you havo
your doubts, it wont cost you much to
mako the trial, and that will oonvlnco
you that whatever you buy at 01
smlth's In the way of Cigars, Tobacco,
and Pipes, are the best tho market af
fords. POCKET KNIVES AND RAZORS.
We have them in large variety, and
of the host makes only. Prices vory
OLSMITH ARMS CO.
1'rotectyour Ideas. Consul
Utton free Fee deptimlem
on succcas. list, 1S4I. Mlln II.
Steven & Co'. Sst-lt'h street,
Wellington. D. C.
(First published in the Dally Loador
March 13, 190S.)
Application for Liquor License.
Torrltory of Oklahoma, County of
Notice is hereby given that
D. A. Arthur
has this day filed in the offloe of the
County Clerk, in and for said County,
his petition, asking that a license be
granted him to sell at retail, raallt,
spirituous and lnoua liquors on
Lot 9, block 3, First ward, Laagaton
City, in said County and Territory.
If no protest be filed on or before
March 27th, 1003,
representatives will his petition . will be granted and
One hundred cnoice trouser pat
terns bought cheap, hav- a pair of
pants made; come at once 'and get
choice. Webb, Tailoring Co,
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County hereto affixed this
13th day of March, 1903.
N. J. C. Johnson, County Clerk.
Stock of hardware and Implements
at a bargain if sold at once. Call on
J. D. Wlnfleld, Elackwell. Okla., and
Investigate without delay.
The New Spring Stock of Ours
is in Full Bloom
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Our elsgant stock of new Spring Suits are
now ready for your inspection. We certainly
have the nicest, tastiest, most stj'lish Men's
Suits ever shown here. You ought to see our
magnificent showing' of good clothing, whether
you intend purchasing or not. There is a
world of difference in clothing. Ours is dif
ferent from the common run of men's wear.
Ours is the equal of the best tailors' custom
work. In fact all of our best garments are hand
made by the best of skilled workmen.
In shirts our store is full to overflowing with
the three best makes of shirts in this country.
The Manhattan, our $1.50 shirt. The Eagle our
$1.00 shirt. The Anchor our 50c shirt. We put
the shirts up as the very highest standard of
Just arrived our new spring styles jr- caps and
Bee Hive Clothing
15he Family Store. For the best in the way of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Culmbacher remains astrong favorite.
Cor. Division and Harrison. M. Weinberger
Shake Into Your Shoes. Pwaonally conducted weekly excur.
Allen's FootBase. It rests the feet. ""ion cars leave Memphis every Tilda.
Cures Corns. Bunions, Ingrowing ' lay for California via the Chocttur
Nails, Swollen and Sweating feet. At j Rook Island System and So. Vac. Ity.
all druggists and shoe stores, 25a Ask ! -tnd for Portland, Oregon, every
today. Thursday via Choctaw Union Pa.
Tho board of regents of the terrl-
torlal normal schools will meet at Much as we would like to please.
Auditor Baiter's office Monday after , we can not mention when a subscrlb
noon. .r has the grip, and when he recovers.
JE -. .JWe will gladly mention either the at-
A ne .ft v cent clear is. so short that tack or the recovery, but can not
it Is assail when yon buy iu mention both.
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