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THE LEADER, UTHRlEi OKLAHOMA,
8ATURDAY, MAY 7, 1664.
"INSIDE INN" ADVANTAGES.
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Why fhe Only HoteTlrthe Worlds
Fair EncloureProjn1e8 to ,
Be a Popular Hostelry.
MINERS WILL PICNIC.
Comfort at Modest Prtees.
Wtll Demonstrate that Trifey have
Gold In Wichita Mountains.
Thore 1 one large Hotel on the
Krountla of the World's Fair at St.
Louis called "Tlfar Inside Inn." , H hfra
n capacity of ndcofamodatln svlth
fntnfnrt nnil BafdlVi O.D00 gUCStS? Ut Is
located nenr the southeastern cdrrt&r j
,f vi rrminda nnd convenient to two
or. bo entrant. In-lta lih'ftltWwnIc wlfl tho prow
vicinity ntnltayvsJrt tno oeauuuu
Willdln tcWl W tho stafM :fnd(
territories? " ; " '
The Inside Inn Is embowered In na
tural forest trees. It Is in fact n bit
a big b!t--of suburban enterprise
set In the ertgo of a groat city- From
the doorlyihn'-wlndowo of tho Inside
Inn one ti not compelled to look up
on suit baked stbne street swelter
Jng alleys and dead walls. On,4ho
contrary. ttie 'cucst lias an outlodK
upou a primeval forest In which ap
pear here and thero tho Inviting oiiV
lines of new houses built without
nualroK as to cost and embellished
with all tho artistic ndornments that.
architecture can supply. Looking
farther, the guest may behold tho
graceful towers and the stately domes
of the most wonderful city on earth
the Loulslanu Purchase, Exposition.
In short, tho guest at the Inside Inn,
will ho practically a summer resortor,
nway from the din and clamor and
dust and heat of tho busy city, and
yet near enough to the World's fair
glories to behold some of them from1
his window and to reach any of them
In a few minutes. If perchance ho
shall become a weary of the wondrous
wealth of things to see. and hear, for
the time being, he may hie him back
tp the Inside Inn, whero in bla own
apartments or in tho cozy lounging
Tooms or parlprs of the Inn he may
enjoy a delightful , rest, fitting Im
for a return, to tiie heart of the
"World's Fair, refreshed and revivified.
The guests at the Inside Inn will, bo
the only visitors who can see the
Avorld'8SFaivV(r6m heir own -frgnt
dogr, stOifjpeakj'for at the Inn",they
will be at home, and while viewing
any part of the groat Exposition they
will have the satisfaction of knowing
U)at a short walk or a brief ride on
the Intramural cars will take fyem
home without going outside tho
Estimates Cheerfully Furniskcc
Bell Tel. 180. Shop 111 N. lsi
Imltn,tlonB to attend the annual
miner' reunion and picnic at Moun
tain Park, Saturday. May i4. nav
been received by territorial officials
Thorn will be a gold exhibit from th
varlnwi Tnlftsa of the Wichita routm
taWB and an exhibition of assaying
and Hormratiitg gold and silver by ,
Prof. Do Barr of the Oklahoma unl-
verslty. The Leger band will furnl-h
m of speak'-r1
InrludM TOKlrdBSfld by Delegate 13. H
Mr-Guy- $$t Terral Of Hobart ; Sen-1
ator T?. P. GSrjbf L.a'ton; nnti l'ror
De Parr of Norman. There will also
be a bftso ball gamo between the
Mountain Park and Hobart teams.
"When thoy havtf you dead to rights. ,
don't deny- it; rofaqo to talk.
We like spring, and winter, and
fnOVbtit" dogon-thG goWoftt 8Ummer
k. - j
When a real meek man geca good
and mad, he comes mighty near hav
There me lots of cooks who can
make fresh vegetables taste like can
nod. A woman isn't in it these days un
less her hair Is done up In tho shapo
or a breakfast bun.
llnvo you been out to tho woods to
gather violets? Have you' done your
sacred duty to, spring?
After a man has become real well
acquainted with tho Mlssourlans, he
never contradicts them.
When gnest3 arrive their hostess'
servant girl leavers, and her husband
doesn't because be can't.
AT HALF MAST.
Sometimes we are nrteted in the
morning by flags at hall-mant for some
prominent otiiciai wbo yesterday
wsb apparently in perfect health.
When we inquire the ailment by
which he was stricken it is not un
common to be told "acute indiges
tion " or "stomach trouble."
It is time people learned that In-
atgesuon or any rorm of
"stomach trouble" is not a
thing to trifle with. The
result may not be fatal,
but there can be no
condition of diseased
stomach which does
not carry with it phys
ical loss and weakness.
Dr. Pierce's Golden
cures indigestion and
other forms of disease ip
A4T.M4it1tr lt. cfrtt.1a.-lt ..'
and its allied organs of
digestion and nutrition.
It enables the perfect diges
tion and assimilation of
"Thinki to Dr. Pierre's CoWn
Medical rHdcorery," writes Mr,
Charles H. Genual), of Lelilf hton.
Pa. "It it the only medicine that
haa dooe me any Rood. 1 tried erery
tiling I could think of to cure indirec
tion, and found I mi only throwing
away money. Then I heard of Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and tried a
bottle of It, and to my joy found it w doing
me good. I used aix bottles of it, and am now
cured. His the itit mtttui o earlh.
This grand remedy docs its work in
a thorough manner; it gives the
health that is all health ; the strength
that is solid, substantial and lasting;
not flabby,, fat, not false stimulus, but
genuine, complete, renewed vitality and
Accept no substitute for "GoldenMed
ical Discovery." There ic nothing "just
as good" for diseases of the stomach,
blood and lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con
stipation and its consequences.
IOE GOLD DRINK
Ice Cream and all of the Delicious
Drinks that can be had at a,Foun-
tain will be found at
Renfro's Drug Store
206 W. Oklahoma Ave., Opposite Postoffice.
Guthrie Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. Ft
Meets every Monday night at 7:30
o'clock at Odd FelloWB' hall, corner
First and Harrson avffnue
J. E. Peterson, Noble Grand.
H. L. Stroujjh, Secretary.
Oklahoma Encampir,ent No'. 1, I. O.
O. F. M3b !4fyJW4dlesJay night
at 7:80 o'clock, at Odd FellowB' hall.
W. H. Kelso, P. C.
H. A. Herwlg, Scribe.
jAVe havonotlcddfhat whn people
nqvertlso forfa .girl gnow, , they say:
"Waitted Irl toELP fffh housework."
4)"i 1 1 II I I I I I l fH-y
121 W. Harrison Avenue. f
The Only First-class Mexi-
can CUiHi parlor in town. 4
Cold Drinks a Specalty.
and Night 1
Wm, A. Longbottom, Proprietor
VICTOR: G. HOUSTON
Insurance. Real Estate
Atjent for leading fire insuranc
Office: Rear Bank of Indiar,
Do you wa.nt your
If so engage the services cf
Thn Oltt JtelUld" IMann Tunrr
Call at Meacoatn I'lauo larlr, i!9
VUas. nr rtione J7H. ltcft-rrnce ttrsl rlakk
When a man
along tho jlreflt. (hey, glu
the appearance of swrangj
t Is not.
ranee T Of swrangung
hiB wife walk
Say what you please about the wo
men being shloMed from the world;
whah 1t comes to being carefully
giyirdad, what Is the matter with tb
Bill Slmpklns, the fnrmr. was rear
ing today about hard times and about
the country going to the dogs "lr
ain't th country, Dill." a neighbor
aid. "it's vou."
A Bocton girl named Sophia,
Once died and went lower; not hlgha.
"Hey, devils," yelled Nick,
"Get her out of here, quick;
That woman will freeze out my na."
CANTON GUTHRIE No.
larch's Militant., I. O. O. F.
For Infants and Children.
the Kind Yob Havt Always BKtgM
assembly every second Thursday night
in each month in Odd Fellows' hall.
Visiting Chevaliers welcome.
Walter Whitney, Com'dt.
F. S. Bones, Clerk.
Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 2, I. O.
O. F. Meets first third Thursday
nights of every month In Odd Fellows'
Eva Merton, Noble Grand.
Sadie Mathis, Secretary.
nark Ye! Listen! -"Si". I
or You Mivy be Hungry.
The Temple of Economy
Co. A, First Regt. Ok. N. a Meets
"Tpitv pihh ontrht tn rIihIv nn on iverv Wednesday night at 7:d0 in
fc" .-- w ,- ... ,r . r ,
grain," says the Paw Paw Bazoo. "He
came to town Monday for a load of
oats and jut a load of rye. The town
marshal showed Jerry his mistake."
A phonograph repeats everything
that's told to it JiiBt like a woman.
E. H. KNAJSS
An Open Letter.
From the Chapin, S. C, Nows Early
In tho spring ray wife and 1 were ta
Ken with diarrhoea and so severe were
tho pains that we called a physlcinn
who prcsaribod for ub, but his med
icines failed to give any relief. A
friend who had a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Itemed? on tend gavo each of us a
doee and we at once felt the effects.
I procured a bottle and before using
the entire contents we were entirely
cured. It Is a wonderful remedy and
should be found In every housohold.
H. C. Palloy, Editor. This roraedy is
for sale by J. N. Wallace.
We have a. full line of
25 c wm Buy a
can. all icady for use.
Will dry in 12' hours.
Anyone cai apply it.
Spencer flwd. Co.
Colonel C M. Hobbs, former prcel
dent of the Farmers and Planter
bank at Duncan, dld last nlgr
waa one of the territory's most prom-1
Inent citizens. Colon Hobbs wan a
gallant soldier in the Confederate
The tarmern of northern Oklahoma,
and tMpedRlly those of Kay county,
ar blooming lnterotd In sugar beet
culture, and there will be quue an
xtftnlv aermg of UllB crop plante
this aprlng. The AreertcnnVQeet Sugftr
company bgan tnlfalonary work in
Oklahoma some time ago and experts
from Rnrkv Ford. Colo., are among
the northern Oklahoma farmers In
structing them regarding the beet r
We have on hand a few
The PEOPLE now Flock to the
New York Temple of Economy
115 W. Harrison Ave. to
s$ffis-g5ffis3i sss e&ooeos
which have bee only
htly used, which
are offering at
Armory hall, 10 V"est Harrison avenue.
G. E. Dunnlca, Captain.
C. S. Curran, Orderly Sergeant.
Renfrow Division No. 3, Uniform
RankK. of P. Meets second and
fourh Monday nights at Armory hall.
G. E. Dunnlca, 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.
Woodmen cf the World, Guthrie
Camp No. 3. Meets every Tuesday at
7-30 p. m., in the Woodmen hall over
Snencer hardware store. Visiting
Wm. Connelly, Con. Com.
Hartranltt Post No. 3, G. A. H.
Meets on first and third Fridays In
each month at 7:30 p. m In hall ove
Spencer's hardware store. Visiting
comrades always welcome.
J. M. Barnthouse, Post Cos.
M. L. Mock, Adjutant
Guthrie Lodge No. 426 B. P. O. E.
Meets the second and lourtn tuo
day nights of each month In Elk h'
C. E. Blllln&sley, E. It.
J, Foucart. Secretary.
Guthrie Chapter No. 2, Order of tho
Eastern Star. Meets In the Masonic
Temple every second and fourth Frl
day evenings in eaob month.
P. M. L. Ray, W. M.
M. E. Harrington, Secretary.
Guthrie Commandery No. 1 Knights
Templar. Meets every weunesuay
evening at 7:80 at their Asylum in
tho Masonic Temple. Visiting Sit
Knights always welcome.
I, o. R. M, Meets every Tuesday
night In K. of P. hall. Visiting chiefs
Frank B. Sarber, Sachem.
H. C. Barney, Chief of Records,
The liquid wonder of the vegetable
world Seotoh Tone.
0 XX&I-:S33 Q
We Have Selected from our
Immense Stock of Wall Paper
2 5 SAMPLES p IjJ
Which Wc Will Sell for
At Half Price.
I FnniirfFi .SntH1 If You are w,?e You
. ijllUUgll wdiU. will Come In and See Them.
Estimates Promptly Furnished
on Painting or Paperhanging.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF PAINTING
S I G N S
Guthrie Wad! Paper ! Pai Co.
Phone 775. 6
Masonic Building. Cor. Vine ZL Oklti.
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For Farm Folks
A new, attractive, in ertlag fam
Journel "The Earth1' Devoted 'o
the Oruat South wbt, tu ui.liiatrtee.
elhsa e and opptir-un 'tea Write far
Dimple ctpv 'iv ejar'i i!crlp
tim. 25 cts is-u-i n.ftiWy p'o
fuly IUUMrat A.tdrei, The Earth,
It IS Railway Exqha!W. Ch nago-
' t nMcvTi iMyLr-i5H 'itesa ct Gil
GutVirie's Leading Hotel.
Eaton & Van Duyn, Props.
RatIJ 09 and MM per day.
Mightiest medlcoe made 8ootcb
Tone, at F B. UlHe & Co.s.
E. H. KNAUSS
HARRY THE CABMAN
Can now le found at GrUtntn
l-4'nrt- rtir Tiir
It you will pay a vist tothe
Carriage and Wagn Works
822 S. Division St
We -will show you ww we
tighten loose waion and buciiv
tires without cuttiny, welding and heating them, thus preserv
ing the wood-work from njury--a wonderful invention which
cost a large sum of mont in order to be up-to-date. Our shop
bas the Only Henderson T'ro Setter in this section of the
United States. We also have the very latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rubber thrs.on any wheel
that rolls, buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to order Re
pairing, painting and trimming our specialty. Yoj are iuvited
to visit our factory, the best equipped la ne Southwest.
First class Horseshoing SCHICKR.AM WICKMaM
? V O ODSR. lret. Phamk Dams. V-Presldent J. W. Pikbt. V Trent .
J Kfw. Spm.bin.. CasMer. H- W. Pjntea and Ciias II. ftuojt. Ast. Cublcri.
? GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
'A v OLDEST IN OKLAHOMA.
Vj Capital $150,000.00.
'i GUTHJtlE, .OKLAHOMA.
V 0 OBKs. A. J. bav, JIcsbt K. asp.
UtVU. iMLt, W, H. COTLB, J. R. OOTTtNOUAW.
J IV. PKUitT A O p lllXHCU. ROW. SOH.Dlia.
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