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THE LEADER. OUTI-TRIE, OKLA.
An Auditor s Check
The Use of Checks in Paying Bills
Is a simple and conven
ient method of conrrt
personal SCCOtinf krrp
f nabiea yon i
r, mi, I
Obviate! th necessity of
taking if-tij'ts in "frti
nji y mitW imns.
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Guthrie National Bank
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The Only Writing Machine in (he World
That Successfully TYPEWRITES PRINT
-17 Cents a Day!
The Printvpo Oliver Typewriter
which has crowded ten years of
public fu!' 17 cents a day!
Offered at the same price as an
ordinary typewritei - payable in
The commanding Importance of
Printype is everywhere conceded.
For who loi-s m.t see what it
readable as books and magazines!
The I'rintype Oliver Typewriter
in equipped v. ith beautiful Ho"l;
Type., such ss is used on the
SOrid'fl printing presses.
Printype llhirainates the type
written page with a marvelous
nearness an.t beauty.
II doe-: awav with all strain on
eyesight which Ihe old style outline
t pe imposes
Irlntpe puis life and style and
character Into tyipewrltten corre
spondence. It makes every letter,
every finmeral, evers character
employed In business, financial,
commercial and .professional fields
"as plain as print."
The complete story of Printype
has never before been told. Here
The Real Story
The idea from which "Printype'
sprung: resulted from the success of
our tyiie experts in equipping a
typewriter used in our offices to
write "The Oliver Typewriter" in
our famous trademark type, just as
the name appears on the outside of
the machine and in all niiver
marvelous clearness of the repro
duction or our "ebony" trade-mark
tvpe disclosed the lossibilities of
equipping The Oliver Typewriter to
write the entire English language
in shaded letters!
We worked for years on the plan
and fina.ly succeeded in producing,
Tor exclusive use on The Oliver
Typewriter, the wonderful shaded
letters and numerals known to the
world as 'Printype."
After Printype was perfected and
placed on The Oliver Model 5, came
htinderds of interesting tests which
conclusively proved trie surpassing
merit of Printype
siit HJia a
Wf mean lis K
I s W ITIIiiI T I.O"tKINO I
it- i'it u tiHN Ai.n :i fi t v
IN TIIK LKFT
Enables you to get money
nr mv hills after hank
Improve your rieilit
standing with those
with whom you deal.
Makes you more careful
m your tarnsartlonfi
and increases your sen
respect 77ii'.n Bank invites
The reception of Printype by the
business public has been most en
thusiastic. We withheld any formal
announcement until the machine
had been on the market for some
time. 1 ersonaj uemonsirauoiis
were its only advertising. The re
sult in sales were stupendous.
Here, thet"l MtA everywhere.
Prlnype letters soon began to ap
pear. Wherever received, these
distinctive, beautiful letters awak
ened Immediate interest. Thus the
tame of .Printype grows as its
beauty and utility 'dawft on the
Thai the public is overwhelming
ly in favor erf 1'rinl 5 pe Is impres
sively shown by this fact:
Already over 76 per cent of our
entire outpiii n t diver T; pe writers
are Print) pes."
The Standard Visible Writer.
The public is demanding Print v pe
Within a year, at the piesebt
rate, 90 per cent of our total s.Mcs
v ill be Printypes."
Thin The Oliver Typewriter,
which first successfully introduce,!
visible writing, in again to the fore
With anoiher revolutionary improve
ment Printype, the type that
Our "17-Cents-a-Oay" Plan is de
signed to help that large class of
typewriter buyers who want the
same typewriter that serves the
great corporations, but prefer the
easy system of purchase.
. tk rv;,-.. ,.
You'll Like Its Looks
Ask or Specimen Letter
and 17-Cents-a-Day Plan
Make the acquaintance of
Priutytpe, ttie reigning favorite of
typewrUerdom. Ask for a letter
written on the I'rintype Oliver
Typewriter, which will introduce
you to this beautiful new type. We
ail also he pleased to forward the
"17-Cents-a-J5ey" Wan ou request.
Address Sales Department,
102 W Ninth St.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
CAl'll AL CI1 V BUSINESS COLLEGE
SUPPOSE IT WAS YOUR
1: p. -n
1. prtveni Sf
The earopa sn tt'al umpanf 1 1 rnsiclns fnr
ili .iveftt..n .i !, 1 jii 1- n i.-.t-d in mi
greater measure than by tti warntnffl hat pari-nt
and o-'jrlieri g.w to the rhildraa against rhlldtssl
(.saving on Sttsfts uer siren ear tracks.
The accident llbc .it.-l mr wnuM not hariT-en
If yon wr-iikl warn the rhlldrere -if you eoutd pe
vaai rnesa trim court ins bANfJBH by jumpimf nit
nut eara. They do It for fun OR MSATII.
'lif condiii tor it the man trtio know.t. You wilt
not find ills citilArrn (dsylng on tivttt.
II A .N T JPHP ON r'll
I IM'T ACMS OI IIKVD l
HANK H AltM WIIRN Al IfjHTINO
MOB IB LEI
Father of 6irl He Assaulted
Saved a Negro from
Special to the bally Lender.
Bprlnghfil, Km,, Nov, 2:. While
Clarence Davis an 18-Venr-old negro.
Ml B hackled to a chair in a pool ball
j ..ere. Hun members of a posse wbo
had captured him for an attempted
assault on Ruth Pike, a 11-year-old
'school ii irl . argued the question of
taking the law Into their own hands
1 Twenty speeches were made. At
the conclusion, .1 tall fanner pulled
the negro towards the door ani as
suming the leadership Of the mob.
''Come on, boys: we'll burn the
scoundrel at the stake."
Willing hands helped to drag the
negro to the street
Fike Pleaded for Law
At this juncture. 3. A Kike, fat her
of the near victim, arrived. Pushing
as de the mob, he reached the negro's
side, and addressing himself to the
crow.!, declared the mob must dis
perse and let the law take its course
This undoubted! is the man who
attempted a vicious crime upon my
daughter." said he. but '.linlse Lynch'
does not live in civilized Kansas any
more. To burn this lellow to death
will only scandalize the country. Let
the law. 1 beg of you. take its course."
After a conference, the mob lead
ers turned the negro over to the
county authorities, after being assur
ed of speedy trial for him.
Saved Many From Death.
aV I,. Mock, of Mock, Ark., believes
he has saved many lives in his 2."i
years of exijerience in the drug busi
ness. "What i always like to do,"
he writes, "is to recommend Or. King's
New Discovery for weak, sore lungs,
hard cobls, hoarseness, Obstinate
coughs, la grippe, croup. asthtna or
other bronchial affection, for I feel
sine that a number ol my neighbors
are alive and well I" day because they
1 .k Bit advice to use it. 1 honestly
believe It's the best threat and lung
medicine that's made." (Sasy 10 prove
he's right, fie I a trial b utile tree, or
i regular SOc nr $l.mi bottle, liuarati
teed by all druggists.
NOTICE TO FEEDtRS
1 Kaffir c.-.rn chop is a stronger and
better stocl; food Iban corn chop as
shown by the following analysis, talli
es 'from Bulletin tin. 127. issued by
the Agricultural College of Texas:
Pro N.P. RX-
lien Pal ('. Pibre trail
I corn 12 or. 'J ti'.' 2 ,.18 :
I orn chop .11.11 1.17 2.72
Note: Kaffir corn may be used in
j Idee of corn, in any stock ration
PROP. .1 C. RI'liNKS
Our pure Kaffir chop can be boug'U
! t all stores at 15 cents per cwt. un
der the price Of Corn chop. Model Mill
I ng Co.
"Had dyspepsia or indigestion lor
years. No appetite, and whal I did
: ent distressed me terribly. Burdock
j Blood Bitten cured me." J. H. Walk
er. Sunbury, Ohio.
DOUBLE CM ill MAUST
Through a request from the United
States attorney's office, a double
guard, night and day. has been place I
in the federal jail here over Charles
Maust, the recent Missouri state con
vict. .Maust has been identified by
'Several, witnesses as Men Cravens,
the Oklahoma outlaw, under indict
ment for the murder or Assistant
Pi stmaster Akin Hateman at Red
Hock in 1901 and the government
At Fountains & Elsewhere
ui fin 1 mi9C
The Original and Genuine
The Food-drink for All Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at heme.
Don't travel without it.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no imitation. Just say "HORMCK'S."
Not in Any Milk Trust
nr SJISSJ nr
rjpf a sfoyiNO car 1 mint
rt 1 iK IC I N I " iU I INT
BANKS W TH
THE BEST IK
Slate Commission Speak In
Warm Praise oi Hospital lor
Insane al Fori Supply
That the Oklahoma Hospital for
Insane, located al Port Supply. Wood
ward county, ranks high with simil
ar Institutions In the southwest and
that it is doing a notable work for
the unfortunate insane of Oklahoma
and should be recognized on account
Of its healthy location, environments
and mmafcenient as a idace for the
confinement of the iusane persons
tn wn as "ourahtes,' 'instead of be
ing recognized as a hospital ior in
curables, is the statement of Or. J.
c. .Mahr. state commissioner ol
health, who. with a party of experts.
baa just completed a rigid examina
tion 01 all state institutions,
"I was greatly surprised to find
conditions at Fort Supply tnat phtccR
it among ha best in the entire west, "
said Dr. Mahr.
When the state to k over this prop
erty nu re than three years afJP i
was a neglected old army post, which
f r many vcar.s had been tne tempor-
I ary abode of m: vers, cowboys and
cithers who by chance sought shelter
I in the ahandoneo structure.
'When this post was secured tor
IbOSpiU! puiptses a wise selection was
j made in chocsing T.r. D, O. Newell
I as superintendent. Dr. Newell was
not -attracted by this position by the
I meager salary offered, hut ny the op
I portunity Id carry out many ideas
! formed when he, as a young man, be
gan to study mental and nervous dis
'..scs, and latei- became identified
j With a Missouri hospital for insane.
I His coining to Port Supply was soon
marked by a general renovation of
the eld buildings and the establish'
ment 1 f a system of management
that is indeed remarkable.
1 "We found there st silting evidence
of reform, BOt oniy in the treatment
Of pat i tints but in their control. The
j buildings are the acme of cleanllnesg
'and aie ample for the ace ninioda-
It ion oi twlee ihe number of inmates
! The local i. n of 'his h' spitsil old upon
I ihe bread prairie affords the tnaiatep
a freedom thai is not to be g ained in
many institutions healed in or ad-
i ining cities or t wna, Dr. Newell
i was fortunate in seeurlns the aorvlc
I cs of a supervisor who had lab red
I with him in the Missouri hospital for
.the insane at Nevad i many years
ago. This assistant, who has had
I Aeiny five years' experience, in this
work, has proven himself a most vai-
itnblo aid iii the msinagement of 'he
"We were greatly surprised to note
the absence of I cks upon the dil-
leieni wards 1 the institution, Thtt
greatest rreedom la enjoyed by (be
patiepts, and as a result the ftffoel
of such care is to be noted in the
II ml it inn Of their health. Iteing lo
cate, as it is 111 a remote section
the patleni seldom abuse the unusu
al liberties afforded them, and the
iieicentage of escapes is remarktib.d v
" I venture the assertion that when
the real value 1 f Port Supply as a
hospital 1 r the insane is appreciated
no longer will the apparent prejudice
against the institution pjevail. This
prejudice is based wholly upon the
location and the belief that the ac
commcdations are not ample. I am
th r ttghly convinced tliat this insti
tution should n t be rcc: gnized as a
dumping ground for Incurables, but
that it deserves to be made a great
hospital to which those ansceptlbK
to treatment should be sent. No pub
lic, institution in the state that hai
been visited by our party is conduc
ed .along more sanitary lines.
I am satisfied that Che institution
should ace mmodate at lenst 200 more
patients at this time There Is Biti f t
Hent room for an increased number
Without crowding any of the wauls
now occupied I think that the gtatt)
should remove a large number 01 its
inmates now being treated at the pr
vute ashnm at Xuman and give to
them the advantages to be had at
The staff of specialists that ac
c snpanied Dr. Mahr were Dcctora C.
R, Day. Oklahoma CUy skin and gen-ito-urinary:
A. C. Young, Oklahoma
City, nervous and mental diseases;
ii Kllison, Nostnan, state bacierioso
gist; Dr. Looney, Oklahoma City,
physical diagncsis: Dr. Wright, Tul
sa, physical diagnosis; Dr. E. F. Davis
Oklahoma (ity. eye. ear, nose and
""'' Peter piewer. Oklahoma City
nr. Mahr anil hiH 8t.u'f of special
ists nave just completed an Inspec
tion Of the following Institutions:
State orphan home at Pryor Creek:
state blind .school at Wagoner: stat
deaf and dumb school at Sulphur:
state training scho-1 st Pauls Valley
hospital ftf insane at Norman: star
reformatory at Granite; state school
for feeble minded at Enid, and the
state hospital for the insane at Pori
The report of this commission,
which will be voluminruis and which
will c ves each and every patient or
1 barge in the various nuttlttltj ns,
will so 11 be li'etl with the governor.
1 ' get her with a general report upon
the health 01 inmates and Sautter)
conditions found at the various Instl
f . ; 1 -..;-- 'l it i-; beitli- Ihe first itispce
tlnn if its kiud ever ai tempted in
the snothwest. it bas attracted wlde
1. el attentl n and likely will ea
labiisti a precedent .thai a ill be fol
lowed in Oklahoma annuslly
Don't bd 1 in- tiaby riiifier from
ricxema nores or any iltrhlog of the
skin. Doaa's Ointment giv.-s Instant
relief, cures quirl.ly. Perfectly safe
for children. All dniKKisiB : vil it.
Thanksgiving Football Game
A. & M. vs. O. M. U.
Thanksgiving Day at 2:30 p. m. at
A Fight to the Finish! The Society Athletic
Event of the Season!
Tickets on Sale at the Following Places
Guthrie Hardware Co. Walgamot's Drug Store
Vencedora Barrack's Matchetts
Be an O.MLU. Booster! Come!
Kansas City, Mo, Nov. '-"
Bulk ( f sales, jji&J8 to 8.75
Cows ami heifers, ?.6G to
liei ciplS. 7.1'OU.
Market, tive lower,
BulR of ssiles $.",.s:, to fd.Stl
Top price. $t;.riV
Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. U.
May $1.01 :i-S.
July 9S 38 to 02 1-2,
December. !:! II-1.
.Inly i;t to iii 1-4.
Liverpool Cotton Bulletin.
Liverpool. Nov. 21- The following
are the weekly call on statistics:
Imports all kinds. iMpWO hales; im
ports American. i,V!,b u.
Stock all kinds, oo.OOO: StpcH Am
erlcan, i.S'O.OOO; American forwarded,
81,bnU; ftal exports, 6,500.
Houston, Nov. Spot cotton,
steady, unchanged; middling! JI'IBc.
Memphis Cotton and Products.
Memphis, Tenn.. Nov. 24. Cotton
sprt. steady, unchanged: middling. 0
Cotton seed products: Prime basis
oil, $4.53sf 4.54; meal. 28.J5; I infers
l S-48 1 - If.
middling. 0 .VSc.
ceipts. lS.'.'MT; sal
u and gross re
4!IS; stock. 34.-
New Orleans Cottor Product.
New Orleans. Nov. 21. Octton seed
oil in barrels, per pcund, r.r0c: choice
meal. S per tent ammonia, per long
t n. 138.60; choice cake, S per cent
ammonia, pes lens ten, $27.50.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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Mil D RV I'Ul f'W 1
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I wm I ll HftlU,'ll bt tll 1 m IL.AI.
I I . i I itoBuwS or urinary otfo
I l a i uuoaii i
Tickets now on Sale until
12 m. Tuesday, Nov 28th
After that date $1.00.
IK pleasure of
"S liii.1 Saijti'a
lion" will be votira,
if voti place jfottr feel
iii- a pair if mi r kwifl "i
tnc )i'inliK'i ol tot" Iks!
Manufacturers atnl sfrtows
Pleas do not judge our
Shoes bj i he prices. Sir.
for vou sec these same
Shoo prices quoted every
where judge by the
We'll bi pka.-el to sliow
you tlic new hall Siv!i
and every Shoe says
Shoes for comfort - Shoes showing all the sinan
style features Shoes for every special service!
No matter how exacting on may he. Sir, in re
gard to Shoes, we can show you. "Your Shoes ."
Dull. Bright or 'Ian Leathers. Button, Lace or
Shoes at $2.00. $2.5C, $3.00, $3.50. $4.00 to $6.50.
118 W. Oklahoma Ave.
is t he rubber of commerce and plays
an important part in the tlrg indus
try. WE SELL WATER 3AGS.
and all else in the robber line belonn
ing to the drug trade.
These articles bear the imprint of
BUY YOUR DRUG STORE
RUBBER GOOOS OF US.
TRY A DAILY