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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA,
FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1804.
BEAUTY OF SKIN
PURITYOFBLOOD
Ancient and Modern Ideas
These Interesting
Subjects,
on
UP-TO-DATE METHODS
For Purifying nnd Beautifying
the Skin, Scnlp, Hair
and Hands.
8ocrates called beauty a. short-llrcd
iyranny, Plato a privilege of nature,
Theocritus, a delightful prejudice,
Thcophrastus a Bllent cheat, Carncades
a solitary kingdom, Ilpraer a glorious
gtft of nature, Ovid a favor of the
gods. Aristotle affirmed that beauty
was better than all the letters of rec
ommendation In tho world, and yet
none of these distinguished authorities
has left us even a hint of how beauty
Is to be perpetuated, or tho ravages of
ago and disease defied. Time soon
blends the Illy and the rose into the
pallor of age, disease dots the fair faco
with cutaneous disfigurations and
crimsons tho Itoman nose with unsight
ly flushes, moth, If not rust, corrupts
the glory of eyes, teeth, aud lips yet
beautiful by defacing the complexion,
nnd (Ills the sensitive soul with agony.
If such bo the unhappy condition of
4me afflicted with slight akin blemishes,
what must bo the feelings of those in
whom" torturing humor havo for
years run riot, covering the skin with
scales and sores and charging tho
Wood with poisonous elements to be
come a part of the Bystem until death?
ii is in me treatment or torturing,
dloflfCurloK humors and affections of
the skin. Bcaln and blood, with loss of
hair, that tho Cutlcura remedies hare
achieved their greatest success. Orig
inal In composition, scientifically com
pounded, absolutely pure, unchange
able In any climate, always ready, and
agreeable to the most dcllcato and sen
sitive, they present to young and old
tbo most successful curatlVea of mod
ern times.
t .llA OhIIam.. m.1I. 1
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G. W. Bruce
BOOKKEEPER AND ACCOUNTANT
Room-, 'J, )j 4 Barnard
Bu lrlintfGtitlirle O 'I'.
Special attention given to the exam
ination of County Iltcord and boot.
of Mercantile character.
Reference!; Board of county earn
mttdonen, Logan county: Board of
county con-mlsdonert, Dewey Co. :
Doard of county commleiloneri,
ttl.lna .,.. Mr kantr In f?nlh,U
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Ma. nil a. RestELira.nt
121 W. Harrison Avenue.
The Only Pirst-ciass Mexi
can Chilli parlor in town.
Cold Drinks a Specalty.
i
Open Day
and Night
1
Wm. A. Longbottom, Proprietor
VICTOR- C HOUSTON
Insurance. Real .Estate
Ayent for leading tire insuranc
Companies.
Office: Rear Bank ot India r.
Territory.
Do you W8cit your
Pixno Tunejd?
Ifsoentge the services cf
ANSON .BAKER.
Th Old !(ellntl I'lan.. Tunrr
Call at ft!a-naln'B J'.an.i I'.irKirN, 1 19
Vila Of I'D -ne rrit. Hef'rroi f nr-t r.;,kS
SATSUMA
We have a. full line of
Enamels.
23 e wui Buy a
can, all icady for use.
Will dry in 12 hours.
Anyone can apply it.
Spencer Hwd. Co.
SATSUMA
ENAMEL
Family
Of Sheriff Carter1
Gets President's
Boquet
i ' , . ' ifl Hoarst aza!ni the Phlladflnh a
- Readme; !(ailwa company ani m.ipr
Dapnty ShHr Prank Carter of , Qf fon fmm Pcnn. .,..,,
Lawtnn, who was ln.Gutnrie recently t ,nM ,0 Nw York Rm, q(h(,r p.!nt8
for iWiMfan impers tor O. Chnse, UhB ,ntor8U1, coinnlerce eommllon
U bVOU.1 Athtr of twenty-three chll- wt0W1 an order rcopM) nR ,
drytlMa;ne wife, nnd after tm.y prewef,JnB fnr llinher ,VeSMKalon
ehshtnt M" of marriage. Thero lRrd ,ubn,Ks(on of au,miona, ,rlM.
are aeven pairs of twins out of the .. .. . comDialn(int or de.
Uwenty-threo. This lemarknblo record
so pleased President Roosevelt that he
wrote a person! letter to Mr. Carter,
COinrilluiBiuing nun aim wigmuK umu
sucaeas In tho raising of so large a
family. This fam'fly consists of fifteen
boys and eight girls nnd all are in
norfeci. IiOAtth. Mr. Carter never lost
a child.
J Onp time wvonteon df the children
were sick with the measles and. In
order to Keep them supplied wit I.
drinking water during the height f.
the fever, without inconvenience to
either himself or his wife, Mr. Carter lgpent flr8t flf ,he weofc nmong h,g
hit on a novol plan. Ho placed A.frMldB on tll0 Poncn reservation, ani
largo keg upon a buroau; to ti-.o !Coltmel Silvare aya he went to fcnx
attached a rubber hose with a fauce 'for a mt fipot t0 gnt on wUm n8
at and md. When one of the children oarM hone,
wanted n drink, the others would L - .
pass tho hose to him and he would
help himself without disturbing the
parents who that way could enjoy
Kond night' rest
Mr. Carter
The only tlmn when
found that his children wore a care
'wns one winter when tho whole fam-
it.. ...., ,,.. ,m, tuiinnnin ,nrii at
once. Thoy had a very trying Unw
for when half a dozen children aro
coughing and wnooping at once, s:eep
became almost Impossible. This last
ed for four months and was the only
Idleagreonblo time Mr. Carter exper
ienced In tho care of his family, f
ho claims that' it is Just br easy tofeot
raise tventy-threo children as only
tvo or throo.
Mr. Carter resides In a five room
house and thoreforo had to make es
pecial sleeping arrangements. Tho
bnya havo one room In which Is an
Immense bod. They sleep on th
crosswise of the bed, the flitean hoy
sleeping together, tho samo arrango
inentu being made In another room
for the glr'fi.
The monls nro takon together end
though the whole family cannot d:
down at tho same table, they sit or '
stand arouttd while oat in g, all In the
samo room.
Airs. Carter, who was Miss Ll-?i
Shaw. Is only 39 yoars of age. u '
her husoand is 41. both bping horn
nnd raUed in I.a Grange, iesas r
moving to Oklahoma In October, 191
at the opening of tho territory, an'
residing In Lawton ever since. Ho-11
aro In perfect health.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC.
Hbh stocd the teet Twenty Ave years
The firs and or'glnal tasteless ch 11
tonic. CO cents.
Ladles and Children,
who can not stand the shocking strain
of laxative syrups and cathartic pills
aro especially fond of Little Early
Risers. All persons who flni! It neces
sary to take a liver medicine should
try thtfgo easy pills, and comparo the
agreeably pleasant and strengthen
ing effect with the nauseating and
wenkonlng conditions following tho
use of other remedies. Llttlo Early
Risers oure biliousness, constipation,
sick headache, jaundlco, malaria and
liver troubles. Sold by J. N. Wallnco.
ELKS DEDICATE HALL.
Notable
Event at Chlokacha
Guests Present.
Many
'PMiil n Dally Leader.
I Chlckasha, I. T., May 6. The Uttkii
here dellcatHl their new club rooms
with impotlnK ceretaoniM Tuesday
afternoon. S. M. Tarbltt, district dep
uty of Ada, represented the grand
. oAw. Prof. Rdwln Debarr of the un
iversity nf Oklahoma, delivered the
oration. The club rooms are the most
' elegtuit in the two territories. To
nlRbt n rand ball ana oanquei was
Kivon Uuesu from Oklahoma City,
Bl Reno and other towns were pres
ent. "NeglActed eolds make fat gravo
1 yards" Dr. Wood's Norway Pine
Syrup helv men anj women to a hap
py, vigorous old age.
BIc Wholesale Grocery Sold.
Sr": l W 'ISl'v L'tnr
South McAlctter, I. T., May C The
Towjiswrt Wholosale Grocery corn
pat)', the l&rgest wholesalo establish
ment if Indian territory, mild Its stock
i
building and food will to the Hair
Halsr II. Grocery company, of Durau-
jsM ('oelRAie, today. The con!dera-,
tin it not plvni ljut it i mh t l i
at $l7.r, ww
HEAR9T CASE REOPENED
Fight on Coal Combine Will Be Tanw '
Up May 24. '
In ih" firth' it" cral ra" m-i i v
besf-il upon thf complaint u ' in,
-.,. ,, ,., the ror
at the XJnUod lR.es CJ1rt
Nqw york cty oa M-y 24
WILL RIDE A BRONCHO.
Santa Fe Officials Say Johnson Will
Be a Show.
Santa Fe men say that one of tae
drawing cards at the big buffalo hunt
at Bliss, Okln., next Sunday, will be
the fancy ridlnt; of Hoy Johnson, San
tft Fo Indian aeent. Mr. Johnston
Thece, Would Be Something Doing.
Tllncbwelt News: If Oklahoma f.i I
;lnd,nn ,ffrrUory were one st now,'
what n lively time there woui if in
tht ponyen,! to g0joct oe'.eMt '" -a
the Democratic national convention.
The Indian territory Domocrats are
solid for Parker, while the maJoHty
of Oklahoma Democrat.) are iJr
jjeRrBt
Are You Using Allen's Foot-Ease?
Shake Into ycur shojs Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder. It cures Corns, Bun
ions, Pa'nful, Smarting, Hot, Swollen
At all Druggists end Shoe
Stores, 25c.
-Farms to Trade,
I have, farmsito tradeMorfcity prop
erty. Spali; ati the ?Captal Gi'-y Busl
nesa College. , :' , k
R. A. Qaffney,
Guthrie, Okla.
E. H. KNAJSS
We have on handa few
FINE
PIANOS
which have bee only
slightly used, which
we are offering at
Rare
B
argains
E. H. KNAUSS
Headlights of the
LODGE DIRECTORY.
Guthrie Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday night at 7:30
o'clock a' Odd Fellows' hall, comer
First and Harr'son avenue
J. E. Peterson, Noble Grand.
H. L, Strough, Secretary.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1, I. O.
O. 'F.. Meets every Wednesday night
at 7:80 o'clock, at Odd fellows' hall.
W. H. Kelso, P. C.
H. A. Hervvlg, Scribe.
CANTON GUTHRIE No. 5, Patrl
arch's Militant., I. O. O. F. Regular
assembly every second Thursday night
In each month In Odd Fellows' hall.
Visiting Chevaliers welcome.
Walter Whitney, Com'dL
F. S. Bones, Clerk.
Naomi Rebekah Lodge No., 2, I. O,
O, F. Mees first third Thursday
o trhts of every month In Odd Fellow
''is
hall.
Eva Merton, Noble Grand.
Sadie Mathls, Secretary.
Co. A, First Regt. Ok- N. G. Meets
svery .Wednesday night,-at 7:30 In
Armory hall10 "West Harrison avenue.
G-i E. Dunnica,, Captain.
C. 8. Curran,OrderfykSergeant.
Renfrow Division No. 3, Uniform
Rank. K. of P. Meets second and
tour h Mo'aday nlghjs at Armory hall.
G. E? Dunnica, Captain.
W. T. Warren, Recorder.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2, K. of P. Meets
every Friday night In Castle hall, cor
ner of First and Harrison.
C. S. Brengle, C. C.
E. L. Hahn, K. of R. & S.
Wocdmen cf the World, Guthrie
Camp No, 3. Meets every Tuesday at
7:30 p. m., in the Woodmen ball over
Bpeaetjr hardware store. Visiting
Woodmen welcome.
Wm. Connelly, Con. Com,
Hartranltt Post No. 3, G. A, R.
Meets on first and third Fridays In
aeh month at 7:30 p. m.. In hall ovet
-'pencer's hardware store. Visiting
omradea always welcome.
J. M. Barnthouse, Post Cora
M, L. Mock, Adjutant '
Guthrie Lodge No. 426 p. P. O. E
Meets the second and fourth Tuee
day nights of each month In Elk t-H
C. E. Bllllncsley, E. R.
J. Foucart. Secretary.
Guthrie Chapter No. 2, Order cfh
Eastern Star. Meets In the Masonic
Temple every second and fourth Fri
day evexings in each month.
P. M. L, Ray, W. M.
M. E. Harrington, Secretary.
Guthrie Commandery No, 1 Knights
Templar, Meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at their Asylum Ik
tho Masonic Temple. Visiting Sir
Knights always welcome.
remo
You see them everyvhere the signal of en
joyment and satisfaction that shines brightly
from the face of .every Cremo Smoker 5c-
Largest Seller in the World.
The Hand is the Smoker's Protection.
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I Hark Ye! Listen!
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The PEOPLE
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We Have Selected from our
Immense Stock of Wall Paper
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Which We Will Sell for
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I Enough Said! "
Estimates Promptly Furnished
on Painting or Paperhangmg'.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF PAINTING
INCLUDING
SIGNS
Guthrie WaLil Paper & Paint Co.
Phone 775.
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I, O. R. M. Meets every Tuesday
night la K. of P. ball. Visiting chiefs
alwayB welcome,
Frank B. Barber, Sachem.
H. C, Barney, Chief of Records.
The liquid wonder of the vegetable
world Scol'jh Tone.
Ba.nks are Failing
Crops core Short,
oney
be Hungry.
Economy
SAVES
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MONEY
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