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qglE LEAPEK, OUTlIKTB. OK LA.. TUJbU?SIA Y, DISCEM I3ER .'5 J , IMS.
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WE.AlE J3QM& TCSPHJ.T.Lp.pSE
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TtriiriyirT " r'w,ryrmx
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uni. -
O i ! Startling CLOAK sl
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$s
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We inaj lose $500. we niaj lose $1,000 hi t lose wc wfli tor every Cloak in this home ha:, to
t?o Jlackword weather and the wonderful sale on Ladu.' ..nits his left us with too mativ Clortks. You
know our pojicj is not to carrv merchandise over into another Jttfison. You know, too, that when we
find wc are 'overstocked we don't stop at cost or anv other legitimate means to get rid of merchandise,
UO difference how good it nuj he. ou knw from pa-tt experience that jou vc gotten some: values
Jre that ou etr have been able to match anywhere else And we'll tell )ou right now that these
Clonk values arc the biggest thing ct
VL WILL CLOSE ALL D Y NliW YEARS. HIT K WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY.
Hill 0 nil m i a 1 -,., ,-.,.. , ...,... ...-n 1 ..., -. .M,,- . - - ... ji.i.. m. mm,, m
Wi 1 Be Slaughtered, Cost Not Con.sidcred
You enn clothe the ) tinpdir-. now at a fraction of first prices. We have been selling Cloaks
in Guthrie four jcars. We never s -I d'.'tem at such prices1 .1 these
wfli for et
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These $500 Clonic alone represent a loss of dollars and dollars
to ns. in the lot arc Broadcloth Cloak. 50 inchc;. lonjj, nchh trtmnucl
and full satin lined Regular $15.00 Lloaks. others are rik1 heavy
Kerseys, and still other, are mixtures. The cmhrncc the Coats that
sold formerK ,it $)rx ?i.1oo and $15.00. We don't care how many
(, loaks yott ''.-mi. we don't eaie whether joh'vc done business witlv 11
before or luiher vmi ever yaw our stor" befrre we want oti lo
come to the most stnrtlini. Clonk sale you
. ....., ?f tfn .riitr in ttrtft ...lilt flw.W
v.ii riuiv v. uiv (s r. " ln in BmKk Pi Hi hi C'
C loaks. Wc are going to do it quick. You
might as well get our shaic of these up to
$15.00 values at
m. WnU I B D 1
Ijr 0 m " ff
All these on one rack as vu
inter the slon. ctual $4.tn
and $51) vulius unrked r
lhe will sure s-ll and muck
Moat anv one can find a C at
in tlu lot.- Dandy keress
and bnmilcloths and tiuutm s
Ml sires and colors, worth up
to $u.oo
t hotce of 100 extra good
cltan mines embracing all but
oijr toj nothtr Coats ioi
service and wariUth. worth up
to $8 Oli
Then" Coats art full of .ili
and service, some of tin 111 u -1
us double wfliitt we an offii
intj them for. 6 in ij u n ,
worth up to $u 50 . . .
IpJ s'b
Wc mean just what wc s.iv. You'll tuid on the Ss; racks Cloaks
that wc have sold at $-25.00. Not rll of thun to lx ,iu lots of the.n
sold nt $15.00 and $t8oo
Black and Navies, Castors and llrowit' K. 1- aid Greens I'.road
cbths, Kerseys, Caraculs, Chiffon Mroadcloths; Loose I'.ackf. Tight
Hacks. Semi-Fitting and Jack"' Stles. Cnless you are wanting in
extra nice Coal, worth 5.00. ott can find it to this $)85 lot. 1 or
with us its not n questbl of "I low much can we ot." Its "How
many we can sell. l.c here nriy too tor pftoplc respond to Uum.
sales in numbers when we make it pl.ii 1 bat
tin le arc slutps to be had I'e here Thr sdav
r Saturday. We're closiil all day '
'l'ars. I p to Sj5.o, C loaks at this ver .
price
WE HAVE T
PREVIOUS SALE WILL 1 1 K f A A
OUTDONE PliisillU
BE FAR.
lv& vh tfcPii tJ?Si. mrifffl fljj asj. ff ff, "
Isi w w is! $
5aJ
i
MUST SELL THBM OUICSC
You Will Be Mere Won'i You?
HERE ABE THRElfi LOTS, THE BEST DRESS GOODS VALUES YOU EVER SAW. YOU'LL MISS IT IF
YQXJ DOM'T ATTEND THE SALE .jl --- -g
f.Jn. MELROSE SUITING all colors, worth $1.00.
42-m. DLACK, Fancy Stripe, worh 75c.
5C-ltl. OLACK STORM SEJ?GE, worth $1.00.
-ln. FANCY GRANITES all odors, worth ?1,C0.'
5fcn. GERMAN 3UITINO0, worth $1.00.
42-lr, RHODCSIA CLOTH, all colors, worth $1.00.
44-ln. ALL WOOL GRANITE, worth $1.00.
42-ln. SILK AROLEAN EVENING WEAR, wsrth 41. CO.
U(UC
44-In. FANCY PANAMAS, werth $1.25.
4C-ln. PANAMA SUITING3, worth $1.25.
00-ln. GRAY PANAMA, plain, wsrth $1.25.
50-ln. CRVENETTES, Gray or, Tan, Worth $1.25.
42t!nch. RHODESIA CLOTH, werth 31.00. '
45-m. MOHAIRS In fancy effects, worth 51.C0,
3Mn. WOOL PLAID, all colors, worth $1.C0,
42-ln. FANCY SUITINGS, brownc, etc., wsrth $1.22.
63-inch BROADCLOTHS, all colors, werth $1.50.
54-ln. Tailor Se.lUr.8, H kinds, werth $1.50.
06-ln. FANCY TAILOR SUITINGS, worth $1.75.
43-in. IMPORTED NOVELTIES, worth $1.50.
4-ln. SUITING NOVELTIES, worth $1.C0.
41-in. SILK WARP AROLEANS, worth $1.CJ.
44-l). SILK PLAID VOILES, worth $1.25.
44 !n. IMPORTED CHERRON STRIPES, worth $1.50
P-Ajl rwS$
successorstoTHE GRAND LEADER
IS
UT
3E0SSSSZyjSSSnSS&
rIIWlMIM
ft 1 H mj &i E
aoe or r rices ooocl lor Aaturdav.
tli January Clearance Sale Begins Monday.
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successorstoTHE GRAND LEADER
WANTS H '
CITY SHIEI!
niiiior tiie p Meni eliaittr w'i ea was
Kiantfil uii 'r l'Vijnl lal, i.nd om
luaco1 at thai time, but llltli' more
t'tan authority to levy (xe for iho
imipeso of eataollihliiK bcIiouIh. The
coniniiiiilcution has l-pen leferrinl
hack to tie city nltorne), with tlio le
iuet that thf outline ,i nicthol of pro
cedure ueit calculated to accuro the
no wclia-tor.
Special to Dally Leader.
McAloster. Okla, Doe 81 move
jncut lias been utarted looking to the
eocurlng of n, now charter foi this
clt) It wjih roconimemled hy the
pUy tuiorney and imjt with fa or from
iho inaj-or nnil council. ni elty nl
.orne-y cnlloj attoution to th fact
tint undor ilio prosoiit olinrtor tlio
powr of tho city wns llml(o4 In ninny
matters v heroin It ahouM havp wl.lor
ftiitliorlt). .iz: Icnylns n lleonso tux
ou Btreoi r.illwcys, electric lighting,
lUephcnc, tolegrapli. ONproH iind oth
er compHPlt's doing tniilness In the
city ,Uo said the elty may have tm
ppwer now, hut that tt i twt eienr
Por Infants and Children.
Tiis Kind You Have Always QougFif
Boars tho T ZA$aZ
Slgnaturo of -&Laf77&&M
HEADS KANSAS TEACHERS.
Tcpeka, lUa, Dee. 31.-C B It -den
o Iiiilppendenco, wnt n4iy eh ctod
p.eildoiit of the Stat1 Tencmri' at
clatt n.
rmmmmim'mmm'
R
amsay Bros.
Wish all Mle i 'In i Sta' i 'mi,
py ajul a I'tosixr-n", Vu v,u t ,,,
iteiul .i heart m it.iu u t ilu I ;
ialurs and tluu t.uiiilu in milt tin
. rc tlu-ir hcailijiijtter. 1iiiiu; tin i. n
nig session. We earn on an . ihi ve
l)r Good bubine.- and with tin linn,,,
capacity of our chain of mujc ioi 1 1 -
in Atchison, Ka , Ioli and I'lti'Sin ,
Kas. ; Carthage Mo , .unl taithritt, t Ala .
owned and ojeiaU J ! the Rama I.ro-.
Dr (iood Co, (iia'ilt-- us to bii) gtxuls
cheaper and Oi i - i-ri r gradi than am
otlur uurchait i 't ill ui j )ur i-iott
1 1 nt t t iGkU at Honet Price."
nr fi ide ap u iU(l
Ramsay Bros. D G. Co
ftt--tf;
SILULniUil I
RM P INS S
mm-$?m'&mm
mi mm
IMam tr? well emler a la. the
recoi tiou and eiti rtslrn-en to he
$&$g&&$$$&$?
i 'The pai.t year ha been the most
micctful that I had sluee 1 hate be.eu
I In bi.tiiK'gB, ' bj(1 A H. diay. the d.-iic-
s rnnLVVLLL
ii rn QMnntri
VHf H nu unii
III U IUJWUidt
STEWART DECLARES POSITION.
It lg not often that a letii'ng old-
elal la given xuch u farewell a wsh
(Continued from Page O.-.c.)
m3ke to miet anU dlecuas the mattei
nude, consideration
"If there be time for any official to
lobbj bills througi the leRlhlacu-c an
etlll attend to -lulle electel to exe
cute, It Is onlv fair to tfc ' .v"n or'
to elthor nboltsh the ofllco or box
oyer u few more duties.
"Say also for nte that I ask no
I aver at tho hands of those -alio wish
Blven by Oie cttusetm of Giithile to'131- . l n tnmlnced of one iMn, , tl11, Kivon hv tho nhiant lnlt x- I to make too Democratic nasty n tall
tho n o-nberu of the Secon 1 1 Islai: im'11" t"-t is bnthrle 1ms len vm a'. . . ,, , . . to tho kite of uny Imu, beeaus-e th-
usieaiDli- and stato olUclala vu thel- new lease of life 1 have tried advr uei- -sJ .niiur nt ... utci lone .-cminlsslone.l the Democratic
famltios nd out ot town guests Tuos- tJl"K various wjys. btte-to my own
day ownjitje .lanuary Otli. The city "usiac uon i ave rountl that nuwrjHi
hnll ttirltoriiun has bean cleared of iPer adveitlsing ,j the effective kiad. ,1
the legislative furnltuio rind i being have talked with a number f. tho mar
Klvon a thorough cleaning nreimratery
tu t.io Jucomtlon of lue hull with
snilUs, ewrgrcehs and electric Uc
v.ct Oonmltto on Arrahfjcmcnts.
Cd 11 . INmteebBt annonneea ttu
i) l.itn ert uf tho tnllowln men
nrr if Y cwninlttce tj imsat with
h . bul. i
chants and they nr all uf one nccoid
tliat. Uje yeer ilmt ! m dt-awkag lo
an cud lm been tho bert the city lies
ever km wn. Let tta nil t logethcy
and uiaki- the dty one uf the beet
te H jut .i t
A i: dr,, the dJUSS't. Ieave3 Prl
. a ? ss-!? s .'jr. us ! "ssaswutagr x
I' ii tx IV in-), A M Ii hnsou Porlor
S'li'iMlti Jon Cni llari) (irllu,
I'll I K-y
The n Mulcu of t.ils romnii'ti ! an'
estrtt 1- tl j !r dutv unt then-
t' lr rlt,of work lo do
Cfr-r:t.-' Committer
t mi I'd t( r II lie ! rl Mf
'" " l'" i ri ft. I '.it lo.huff
liti'i-
0,: tlO-'A LEADS KANSAS
(33"tlm ctt fr iii Page One )
i'i.iji They wi 1 return Uto first of
I tin wel. J
I Mi t I i he uto! s lll o doled t
moriiw and seveidl t the forres m11
pin in i he day behind closed d'uir
' i 'IdiiR an Imei t iry
I Said I J. Almll: "It ha boen th
Ins' ven in the lstory of our ljiiiiueMs
li fin Th prjHpeds t r the coiuiuR
xear In Uw of the linprovenu i)tn ua
i hi i va, mil I ii' .lint ii'ij'iigf " sun
"i ,.'
' . T
I
I
1 1 n an ' J I 'i
r ill.- Uxixitiiii, l.ak los). Ihdecil. Oi
' nn-,1 i n i nii will det'TinilU' th,u
liiur iii' it ii. nar. but what w,
Ii ivi in -ik'i (lii'hiie lia feij le
n n t ) if mi" I- man liopi'fjl '
: d
1 1 i t i KanHH
n i i iiii.ur jiii i T the n )m pm
.nutji in til three rials It is shown
that GUs.'oms's jtsM or corn for ' t avo n reason to cawpljln." tld
l!t)S mm 2l(t hMltsbt tier ncie ' 1 1'elenre i, the rlothler, tjf ifi QU
! irt -.1 7 tor Texai an 1 22 for l' eai s bualnew It h-s-s been
Kama. Oa wluiar wheat tbo ileU .sp'.etd.d c., InauxuratcJ a saift.
vn. Qkiahumrt, ilB. Texa. 11 0
Kiui, 15 8 On tat Ok'saoma .'
Testts 88 fl; ICttnsfts 8S On narlM
ass? !&&$. sssi
Kanaa. is a On tin seed Okluho
Lma, C Kansas. 6 5 On Hitaioa, Ok-
jii.aoiiia l tuxas ii: Knusoa, SO
rOn ha. OKlaion". 1 41"., Texas 105
Kansas, l.fi.
1ne lil-lfi-n on fsrm n mtnr-f- r,. At
in j jui win rwau. and tKHii our eatir
, ek It w one id tbs niosi stlcoiisB
(hi sales we have vrter hail and U clei
liiu-r appea ualy to tht j;tr al
mlf uH uaen tkat'cUM has
ll U erl.le.u that Rll are prosivr
Jl III- JlJIl-n UII l.rill l IKlliri lor UK , ,UI, ,1 .f.lliVj, ..-o
Jatma. n'jafc.aiid.lUiH.m lAltllfi .lutrV" iftflHrMV&l
r 5r,;:.RMJi:i1:,jvi:i..Artfi' :.v i4tt u,ue ..c m
ou ami & eAts: winter wiiat SS US
!! -i v, ota id. :. and ir. iuiiv
'. J "S and 54, re, so S am Tl tUx
re' fl 10. mi i ii ii '...tutu, s
08 IS
3V
.11 I S! !,ji $ , $s .' ,
,ii I
RCADY FOR MAILING.
J' lf ,'Jwwv .V dtwjl fl:lal
annoui ni u,
!i naj- rti
(h fat3t: rt
Hie Hi. n iiejpte f t r l is llw ' '
New Vesi thai 'ii ioi- han iwn'at
id Kill. I'll..' Itiri the Mry hm.
ii i in b'l.Miioss M has been niakt u
-in ai.d the u'anuer in whWto the
ii ipM ave rosiuinded clearl itBluon-
:te that the store has sitfj.-k a
popular cord
Heady to msll copiee of The Dali
l-Cade Anniversary number lb oeiiis
in nd.lross Renil id lrr-nn nn.t mniiin
1 h I 1 1 i df ' ft i ' la 1 1
d
, BuntU
OASTOHIA.
it I'M tut Vmri RMSM
10 lueir tcuniig cniei, nan coiurais- , .,, ... fllmir!,tir covennient nc
aloner Herbert II, Smock, who loaves i cerdrni! to Denioeratlu doctrine, not
tills evening for Oklahoma Uity whore; in acco dance mith thos who want
ho tnkes up tho Hutloa ui Vae-pres'.-! to destroy the tnto in the interests
dent ot the Columbia UanK and Trust of , ,"1,nan, n,nuw reputattans
comiiauy of tsat place. J ,WM iVfor08'"K 8,,a,, 7,ls af
The event was n seven o'eioei din-1 ' ho, ,,"f,VG?..U M ?,0lnw,t ,"f
nor nrlvnli In IS. nrillunr. f Iho !.. InnBei. W. 1 Stewart, br ve, wise
lIMIt OV
ui the
newh
Voum, of MuskoKce weie invlb i
ivon in tie ordluary of the Imu . .B. w. I. i btewar r ye. w.so
voulns at wiiloli tho member I " tt iHt onl ,,?UIe 1
, -laio bsnaing U-aru and the ,'' tir-w hlu-M-if mm he vor
aPlwltiUd eommlssloner, A M '.'"t of caucusslng sUlesui.'ii. v.
glioits. An elegant lUe course din
nei was serel. A II WnUon, one
of the alst.''!it oxuinlner's prealdo I
ac toaatmasler. '
(iovernor t' X. lluskell. and Jl. 10
Trnpp, iiH'inli. r of tt.e Mtati imiiUln.
iKiard. anl I'lesliicnl Oeo i!ellain,
of the boaiil, who eie p eseni for the
occasion, In i'sMiineH hifjh'N i-uu
mrnded the work of the -t ite bank
lepaifuent dining tnc pait jiai,
coinpllmentliiK t'onituiloiu" Smirk
in so efiteii ml) rnsanUiru h.- luu
.Specl. 1 stretb wub la.d ! on htx umi
;oriij'U of the depuriniciit diirliiK
the eilileil panli pe-li I ot rn,, A1 i
thouah Mr Smock in a Itr nublieaii I
an 1 held oftii e durliiK the Hilti.ii.il
ailiiiinlimiiliiu tl'e hkiiidmm (lt iln
banking board pati1 uin nic "imir
ah nit t u work of lil-, ilopjituiont dur
iiK t'.c imHt ir ,
The ctli. 'i giV-.U piu-etlt were- A"
alstartt Uank Cauimlsslouer 1.. II l'at
tpn, V. C. ttonlon. J P Wh.-.lej. Ai
It. Qar&et', A, W. Watvon, A Pih
nd G j, Wilwu.
Sr ntul Mrs Smock caum iq Outh
ne ron ewklik three eai ago and
tl.e wade a host of friends In the
eapilal cltv Mr Smoek bars the
uMNftQtfbti t belnc ji eoaseivative.
iwlntakttt( otllctal Mrs. Sui.ick was
n ii nveiiin
Thf bis Antlers senator, who utood
In t side of flint On ham as chair
m.Hi of the Jii.lleinry eon in it lee Inst
wintc , is rcoitnlzed as one of the
hruluv men i.l l'i tnte A bUtcess.
liiili im hii I'tninii and liiixin -hh uinn
ho cou-ts the god of proBrss. and
i-tunK "f ii-xijimn befiie fr'end and
fee
Br-r N' Mailer
"I recognizn the IkIH of Tin in l
I luiil or eoipoiatiiiii to li-msiee with
me In matters of htate th faet a
in in supixirted am personal ambition
of mine r opposed it Ih or no eonse
i em will we nl.. n I att a ote as
1 iUlatnr
Xe'ther .1) I feel Donioc raev has
mad . IuiiiU Whnt M'f did as a
1 iPitlnlatute, rlthoiiKh wo ier. lauv In
"ititm ll done wat.. considered In all
I dirt ctious. iUmjip the avera", and
' the stat" has not hai cause lo regret
the vi av affairs are pJministered, all
l-io' ortlonei, but we have some inodl-
fleat'tiut. in inaKe and the nccensarv
rmtlne woik to finis! Let Us llnlsh
JrUlUiM &&
te Pains, Cas
CuTjScalfSsiaj
Qitnnififl
Many people suffer from Dleod
Pchon anrt don't know It Read
rmptorrs. Easily cured by B. B. B.
If you have achc3 and pains lr
bones, back or Joints, Itcldnc, Scabby
dltln, blood feols hot or thin; Bwolleti
fllnnds, Risings and Bumps on tho
nkln, Sor0 Throat or Yjuth, fnlllnj;
hair, I'iniples or offonulvo eruptions,
CnnccrouB Sorea, Lumps or Sores on
Idps, Face or any part ot tho body,
Rash or Skin, tiro run down or ner
vous, Ulcers on uny part ot the body,
-!arbuncIoi or Hulls. TAKE BOTANIC
BLOOD BALM ( Q. 0. .)' GUARAN
TEED to euro oven tho worst and
most deep-soated cases It. U. II.
itries nil poisonous matter from the
rloli blood directly to tho skin uu:
'uce. In this way Foroe, Eriiptionn,
ttfcples and ovory ovldouce ot Olood
Poison nro nnleklv henlert and mv&tl.
completely changing tho entire body
into a clean, hoalthy condition. Thou
sands of ctisee cured by 1) B. ?!. after
all other trontment failed.
RHEUMATISM OR FOUL CATARRH
with shoulder pains, hawking or
pitting, hei.dncho, earache, even old,
stubborn cases of piles aro (julrkly
ru.ed by Botanic Blood Balm (D. 0.
D ). because these troubles come Jroip
Ulood Poison B B 11. purines ami
enriches tho blood. You feel that
llfo'a worth llvlnu from ihe very first
doso. If you have elthor Itleumatlsra
or Catarrh Just try B. B. U. and yota
will get well surely aim milckly.
Watery blisters open .Itching sores )
all Ulndq, all loavo after treatment
with u. u. ii., neoause ineao uroiiDiss
it nti rnf h oral a Phttif If iha nrtami1
parade of eunsohdate,! phlLnopben ' r J"?,,'7 tFoai, ott' wh'!f
wish t!ie rocm. give them a ehbiieo,
U in cue room and no one but them 1
! i e. -nt to bather, perhaps thor will
aet all the argument required without I
eonsttaduK thn a,tten-1
Q, B. 3. kills the poison, makes ta
blood puro and rich and beala. tfce
nres end slops the itching forovof.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM, (B. B, .V
I, pleasant and sate to take, composed
""-" " 'vmi . .mi... nus .i..i ...... .
.iroMfMnt in ocl.l circle, an ! n her "w L7, who a wo en to ' Vure Botanic Ingredients SAMPLE
iiH,.iB.r ... .-rum cu no a tai noi.r alone oS common aoWlers- i SKNT FKU13 by writing Blooa Balm
ented mu-leiau ai a r.rorlt. In club A n An??e.?nC 5n5!f . ' S& Atlan,a' ?a: S0LD DY .P'iHS:
.f; in hlf rnnaiks nil the while smll- "' i soni oy express. .-jsii
n in t e taueStenaft key. I.AItQB BOTTLE, with complete di-
.TV.U.ln ,, v."P WV..O. ,
circles.
i iMmwr'ill debilitated fr ers Had
-I 'It h-alaiiios luUed a..it)iiloa. was
uroro-out and ) iun-Uowu Burdock
Bit od nitters made me n well woman "
Mis t'has Preltoy Moosup t'-nn
Pjor Ladles,
Yates Center. Kas. Sept 1S. 190S.
After my doctors gave me up to die
Halls Texas Wonder cured me of Kid,
nev and Bladder trouble It Is the bs
niPili' Inn on earth Vrs H S John
son Sold bv all druggisis
Qithrle. Okla.. by F. U LIIIIVit'Drug
More Call op write t i
l&M
ffltfk-
rOUSAir Dii bill .ii II te:KiiiiM
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