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ThE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA,
SATURDAY, MAY 7, 160.
PAGE FIVE
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THE ONLY
One Price Clothier
IN GUTHRIE
Straw flats.
All the New
Styles are
here.
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8AVED BY A WARNING.
ManHmaaiiaaiiiaMaMiiHaRHaMH
Personal
Mqntion,
A' Alarmed by Numbness, Pain and Loss
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COME ONCE
$
a :2iitij
C. T. Trapp 16 hare from Ripwy.
K. H. Bliss was here from Wlnfiold
today.
E. L. McCord of FawneOaVWaa in the
city today. t '
G. E. Jack of Hnrlan, Iown, Is a
visitor In ttie city.
Attorney J. W. Quick of Perry, spent
last night in tho city.
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F. D. 0 ill ley of FayottovlIIe,
is a visitor In the oity.
Ark.,
of Vltalltyv
Mrs.
Pember Escapes Shook and
Cured of Rheumatism and
Debility by Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills.
Is
Myron Hoyle Is expected hero from
Washington next week.
YOU WILL COME AGAIN.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmsmmmmm
You want the best Clothes your hard-earned
money -will buy we give them to you. That is
why we say, "Come once, you will come again."
The best 7,5.0 suit, , the. best $8,50. the gest $10.00 t '
suit, the best?12.50 arm the best $15.00 suit that
mosey can buy is here and more ty4les at every
price to select from than-you will find in-any other "
store in Oklahoma, We have made Our Big.Busi-
ness by seeing better clothing for less money than
you can buy outside of our stdre. 'If vou'are not ' &
our customer you are not getting all the 'value
clothing that you should get.
I
Coloriol Roy Hoffman of Chandler,
spent last night In the city.
Soft Shirts.
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Guthrie's Leading Clothier
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Citizenship Pardons.
Oit 'tnrhip pardons wero Issued to-
y , Governor Ferguson to the fol-
Mr-g prtsonors confined in the tor-
or al p'nirentiary at Lansing, Kas.;
flora cv.m forgery, Caddo county.
iRobert Fesler, stealing domestic
Simals. Oklahoma county.
John Hamilton, larceny of domes-
animals, Blaine county.
S L llcBrien, forgery, Oklahoma
unty
Arthur Church, larceny, Kay county.
Lee Hutchison, larceny, Kay county.
Geo. Peavery, burglary second de
ee, Lincoln coanty.
Harry Glasspeel, grand larceny,
jttawatomle county.
Dan Dimmit, grand larceny, gotta-
Uomle county.
The Klondyke Meat
ferythlng good to eat.
Market keeps
Phone 233.
pressed a willingness to reorganize
the bank upon a satisfactory showing,
has practically been flnlshod. Mr.
Lawson's report Js'ald to depend up
on the value of two or three items,
which has not been ' ascertained.
Nothing is known publicly concerning
this portion of the assets.
Tom Bowie returned yesterday
ternoon from a territorial trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brockman
turned to tho city last night.
af
ro-
Attorney J. J, Hildreth
Wichita yesterday afternoon.
went to
DJnnis Flynn' car
fidron'Clty yesterday
(Sup fiorn
alteration.
Okla-
J. W. Maher, editor of thri Crescent
City News, Was In the dff today.
Joa. SeVerns returned yesterday af
A-Jew years ago tho happiness"
Mrs, Lucretia A Pember. of No. 8
Lobanbn cvenuo, Wllllmantlo, COnn.,ju
was disturbed by constant four of a
paralytic shock. An annoying numb-
neSB liail appeared from time to llmoJK
in hor left arm and this. In connection m
with a generally debilitated stale, she H
regnftiefl as a signal of danger. It
caused hor great anxiety and finally
led hor to adopt a course by whlcn she ,
me
m
rFARQUAHRSON'S
CL0THIN6 HOUSE.
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was relieved not only from the dread
of a shock but also from other serious
Interferences with hor health. 8ht
gives tilt following dotallod account
of her oxporlenoe:
"For several years I was subject
to a numbness In my left arm. It d.
not stay tliere all tho time, but would
go and oomo again. Somotlmes there
would bo sharp pain. Every time It
came It suggested a paralytic stroke
and nluimed me greatly.
"This was not all, for I had rheuma
tism in my left knee which was swol
len and very palnfuj, iuia causod me
to be laid up in bed for n long llmt
I was very thin too and colorless and '
lacked vitality.
"The doctors gavo me but little re
lief, aud that little lasted only for a
short tmo. So, when a relative toi
me nboot Dr. Williams Pink Pills for
Palo Pedplo, I was quite ready to give
them a good trial.
ternoon from a trip to Oklahoma City. ' "7v 7 , .
, ' i Tho drove away the numbness from
my arm and delivered mo from the
Notice!
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S To all parties who have been
waiting to get the little Brown S
Indian Suits. -
We are again supplied Dwith a J
full line of these suits, and ilf
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you will bring your boy in at
once, we can fit him in any size.
Miss Martha Spaucer of Emporia,
Kns., arrived today for a visit with
friends.
J. IT. Grothers, traveling passenger
ngent of pie Frisco, spent fast night In
tho oity.
Roscoe Jones has quit the railway
service and has located at Hot
Spriugs, i
Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark Field are here
from Norman to spend Sunday with
relatives.
mt ,
A. H. Ramsay of Carthage, Mo., is
ependlnc a few days with his brother,'
R. W. Ramsay.
Will H. 'Ch'appl7a',GuthrIoJawyer,
was In town tho first of tho week on
Jegal buslnossr4Pawnee Courier Dis
Mrs W. H. UPton and daughter,
Mary, of Sherman, Texas, are vlslt
Jng at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
UJyers.
Supt. Tice of the Oklahoma dlvls-
i fear of a, srock that I am sure 1 would
have had if it had not been for them
They also cured my rheumatism and
debility. I still take them In sr
doe8 as a goneral tonic and I can
n6t redommonrt them too strongly."
r. Williams' Pink Pills have effect
ed many remarkable euros in cases ot
partial paralysis, and even such as
aro suddenly stricken should not de
spair. Thoso who, like Mrs. Pember,
recognize tho approach of the disease
may use them with the utmost hope
fulness. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills make
new blood and sound health follows
They arQ sold by all druggists thrutiyl
out the world
Apaohe last week for St. Louis, whero
Mr. Cajfahan will havo charge of the
Oklahoma' World Fair colony.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Claude Shaw, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Zimmerman the past few day, have
returnod to their home ! Superior,
Neb.
P
rice
80c
per Suit:
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A. 0. FARQUHARSOK
PHONE 146.
112 W. OKLA. AVE.
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The Summer Sbason
is full of dangers particularly for the
children, who not knowing the result
of eating unripe fruit, Indulge them
selves, with the usual griping pains
In the stomach as & consequence;
i" ?! ? S1' S r.U!,-f ' A- Hughes and family
era in Arkansas City, was In the city
yesterday.
Attorney John Embry of Chanfller.
spent last night a't tho Elks.
M. T, Tomlinson of Raton, N. M,
The Rov, J. H. Fazel of Guthrie
spent yesterday with his brother. C
t. Fa,tel, in this city. M. Fazcl form
lerly was a resident of Wichita, and
Were,for ROino Hma -ataa rnnrt rinnr I..
-, - - - - ., . t1. !... V XI 1, 1 -..-- ,...., ., Hu wvu.v .J'Ulll (11
sufferen it Is a safe, slmplo remedy, ! ., lu uttU,H iiuiiy.jtho court -of common pleas. He say?
and It should be kept In every house. I""" ". wutwas inuaauy io that Oklahoma, while it has been very
T nrtta hnitlaa fK QTirt K1.! rontn. .jiiwuj,. ,iwv,cm jcvto
M . II.. ,!
mnthori) shniilH hnP nn hnnil nf .nis lu uib oujr,
times a bottlo ot Painkiller (.Perry
Davis) which will at once relieve the
Hollo 351.
Is that E.H. Walker's New
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Huches ol Grocerv. at 108 VV. Harrisun
Outhrlo, spent soveial days the last of i avenue? Yes Sir. Well come
inBt wek and the first of this tnn'see our new stock and place of
business. What have you for
dinner? We liave all kinds of
fresh vegetables; every thing
you want for your table. Re
member the place.
No. 108 W. Harrison Ave.
Phone 351.
k. H. WALKER Pron
They left Monday for Ponca City, Mr.
Hughes Is looking for a location. Ed
mond Enterprise.
Eugene Beyer and family
I Inquiry Is Concluded.
ifThe inquiry into tho condition of
!r d. funcr Capitol National bank, W
J Tawr.m of Galvoston, represent
ig Texas capitalists who have tx-
Dr. Street of Okllhoma City,- recom
mends tho celebrated Scotch Tone for
this climate.
J. Y. Callahan
family
Nasal
CATARRH
Ladles uayt You vyant the best. So jn ail iu taEeg.
use Sunpn Pure Baking Powder, no rivic frparn Ralm
, W WIUUIII UUIII.
bet'er made. Call for it.
"OUR PRICES"
lull Set teRth - $5
fold Crown 22k - - $5
fiver fillings, 50r
jeth extracted
without pain 50c
SNo rrsarge for examination.
All work Guaranteed.
sw York Dental Parlors
Guthrie, Okla.
Cor. 1st and Okla. Ave.
(Open Sundays, 9:80 to 10:80
BarrmgtoiCHal!
is prepared from the choicest Java
nnd Mocha, by a patented process
which doubles its value, without in
creasing the cost The small, even
Granules yield their strenrth quick
ly and uniformly; and the removal J
ot the Chan, with its bitter, atum
geot properties, leaves the full flaor
of the pure coffee. .
Packed by machinery in sealed
tin.
Price, Per Pound.
35c
For Sale in Guthrie only bv
S. W.SCHMIDT.
Phone 700.
left
dry since last October, has received
rains rerontly which have douo a
wond of good. Tho failure of the
Capitol National bank at Guthrio a
few weeks ago, caused' a rtrlngency
In money matters for a time but it Is
about all over now and the terrltoryJ
is rtipi ly regaining lta uaual air of
prosperity. Wichita Beacon.
clouuer, tootbt nil bcali
the dUd mriobrone
It cute cawrrh &tid drive
sw y a cold lu tli liotd
quickly.
('renin Jlalm It placed Into tbe notr it.ipfd4
or tli nutmtoane sod U atwof bed. Ke)iXIln
DwdUM and a care follows. It la not drjmj doe
Dot produce Hwlog. Large Slae, so cents at Drag.
flt8 or by mall ; Trial Hlic, 10 muii.
BLT linOTUERS, M Warren Herat. Kew York
(First published in the Daily Leadet
May 3, 1901 )
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma, Logan county,
! ss
! Notice Is hereby given that
i J. S Willis
has tlds day filed in the office ot the
(county clerk, In and for said county o!
Logan, petition asking that license bt
granted bim to sell at retail, malt,
apiri uous and vinous liquors on
, Lot 1, block 21, In the Third ward.
town of Orlando, O. T.. in said County
and Territory.
If no protest be filed on or befor
May 18, 1904,
his petition will be granted au
license lsiued. w$
Witness my hand and the sea ot
said county fcerefo affixed til
W day of .May1904.
CBEAL.)
4 N, J., C. Johnson,
, County Or.
By J. N. Barnett, Deputy,
Discharges n Oklahoma Guard.
UeraiMo nf a change ol reside
making further service impossible,
thf a'ljntant general yesterday issuud
honorable riischargt-g to six member?
of the enrlnerra' corp at Lawton.
Thoac rliectwrged are Sebastian Arm
atroUK ChM. H. Begga, Harvey O.
Brown. JoMn W Cheney, Geo HL
Mount and Jolin II. Wllcov
Grand Centro.1
Barber and Bath Parlon
Corner Division and Oklahoma Avt
Under Locan Co. I) auk.
Up-to-date Union
.Bhop.
Towers Bros
(Plrat publiahed In the Daily Leader
April 88, 1U04.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma, Logan Cron
ty, .
Notice lg hereby given that
Harry Weinberger
has tb!a oay filed in the office of the
County Clerk, in and for said Couaiy,
bis petition, miking that a license be
granted him to sell malt liquors on
Los 8, 9, and 10, block OS. Fifth
wafd. City of Guthrie, 0. T., in said
Couni. nd Territory.
If no r -test be filed on or be6re
May 12, 1904.
ins petition "wJII be granted and
licence issued,
WJtatfls my band and the seal of
said County hereto affixed this
28th day of April, 1901.
(SEAL) N. J. C. Johnson,
County Clork.
By J. N. Burnett, Deputy.
Hand made shoes that fit and
wear. Best Repair work in the
city. Of course you know him
W. W. BROWN
Boot and Shoe Shop.
Cor. Oklahoma and and Broat
w " m , in . L
Patrick Employment Aflency.
IV furnish all kinds of help, skilled
ami unskilled, white and colored, male
and female, free of eharge to em
ployer. Office 107 South Second St
1' O. Box STT. Phone ?S1.
WJBRBRR0BBKHmKjnHKKHHBHKKHR
Called our attention the
other day to the merit of
HIGH GRADE
MEXICAN CIGARS
We got some and tiiey are now
on sale about town and at cur
place. Try them and aee what
they are like. We think you
will be pleased.
OLSHip ARMS CO.
fOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOlOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
pkgs. for j)
The Hot Price on the
National Biscuit Company's
LONG BRANCH WAFERS
or
SARATOGA FLAKES.
Beats 20 cents a package. Doesn't
it?
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S. W. SCHMIDT
PHONE 700
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