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THE LEADER GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1904.
aa frss.ttsog3ESs out SALE S ARSOLULELY THE GREATEST SALE EVER HELD IN OKLAHOMA. k IlSLCLlIilHIllllllIMIIMIRSIIIIMIIIIIRKIll IIIIIHH IIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll PAUE EIGHT OUR closing No Sale of any kind ever approached this one in magnitude or in low prices. Our stocks are so enormous that it is impossible to enumerate even one department but the following will give some idea of the scofte and how phenomenally low prices are. 1IIIBRIII11IIIRIIIII1II Voille Waist. S2 Wast made ot"j(3ottfcnr K ,v " f ' ,. $2.50 w.sts made of a hlgli voille hi cream witli Persian trimming' In" fronbr 'on cuffsr price 95c mw Indian Linon Waists. JM ,?7shigheffrade trimmed hats made of Moliuea chiffons and grade India Linou trimmed with 3 rows of vallecenines and collar, closing but sale insertion and two rows of II.. .t 1!.U trt i .!.... . me jcjiigiiaii iinnuruiuciy,, closiugout price $1.45 Millinery- fancy braids riutme,d in the very latest styles, in all the fashionable shades, closing out price $3.00 Ladies Silk and T oa Jt IV-iO "& , -L-CIV-W M" $1.50 Ladies hose i'i plain all silk and fancy lace lisle in black only, clo;lng','out price per pair $1.00 Bonne De Femnae Curtains ' ?3 Bonne De Pemnae cur tains in Arab and white, made of a fine quality cable net with imitation batten burg trimming, closing out price $1.85 Ladies Ultra-Shoes ' Allof our $4i0ftand $.50 shoes andsllppers the fam ous Ultra' brand 'ln patent and vicl kid,, .high and low heels, closing out sale price $3.15 No Goods Sent Out On AppifoiaPBur ing This Sale. m m u m M AN LEADER : No Goods Will Be ; Charged During Z This Sale. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, is uAT.A..A..'f'.-''4-'fT'.-r'i fr--T--yT--T--rr y x:x fciMryfcVjfcw-,ifcwAwA,--.,y irvj Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE. 7. Karoo pwr, Philadelphia, 15; Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa., May 7. Tha throughout on both aido3 was with Plttshurg out-doing Philadelphia In poorness. Score: ll.H.U. .OOCfOO 4 102 7 10 6 .02Q7 00033 IB 15 4 Miller, Camnltz, Smith Pittsburg . Flilladulphla .Butterlos: wid .Phelps; Prater, Dooln and Roth. Cincinnati, T, St. Louis, 4. Cincinnati, O., May 7. For the fourth tlnio this week the St. Louis teatnui edwith a lead in the, game with Oii) Cincinnati team, and for thlB many " tl m bi the locals overtook and dfelated them. Scores - j r ILII.E. Gfuclimatl . .00 2 0 02aJxXY"0 " tf St. Louis 000130000 I G 1 Batteries: Bwing and Sohlel; Nloli(,ls and Dyers. Falrmount Defeats Northwestern. Wichita, Kas., May. 7-jTlie nojjmal school hrtBo hall alub of Alva. Okln-, wan 'lofeated hero yesterday by the ttilrmount college team of this city by a score of 8 to 7. Batteries: For A)va. Clifton and Springer; Fair mourn, Davis and Brown The Okla lioina iMim played good ball, but lout tlic same through several errors. AMERICAN LEAGUE. St. Louis, 5; Chicago, 3. Chicago, III., May 7. Chicago wwr lild down to two hits. The visitors lied tlif score in the eighth and won in tin- itmth on Heldiiok's single anc Hemphill's home run. . Score Cleveland, 3; Detroit, 1. Cleveland, O., May 7. Donahue's pitching was too much for Detroit Score: H ILH.H. Cleveland 0 20 0100DX l 3 1 Detro!t OOOO01OOrO--l 7 1 flatteries: Donahue and Bemls; Stoval and Wood. Boston, 5; New York; 2. Boston, Mass., May 7-rTaiinehlU,s superior support whb chiefly resppn slble for Boston's victory. Score: ' R.H.E. Boston 10013 000X B 8 0 Now York ....0 0101000 02 S 2 Batteries: Tannehlll and Farrell; Hughes and McQulre. Batteries- Henly and Schreck, Patten, Mason and Drill. 1 11?. 1. St Paul St. Paul 9, InJUanapo- WESTERN LEAGUE. Colorado 8prings, 11; Sioux City, 3. " Colorado Sprjngs, Cqlo,,( May 7,f Yesterday'B gamonvas a pitcher's bat tle In which McNealy was aided by the-'Stlok work of his oomradofi and iht- errors of the visitors. Soore: IUI.& Colo. Springs 31010240 x 11 11 &' CSIiy ..O&O1O2 0 0O 3 9 4 Bntterlee: MeMeely and Mosglty LlinleHiRii itnd Hessler. Denver, 12; St. Joseph, 3. Denver, Colo., May 7. Tli last game of the Deurer-SL Jcwepli ssfla resulted in an ooay victory for Denver- CHInii pltcliwi Uie first th.n lunlugft and was retired. Dlehl was substl tutHl, but saved nothing for his team. Score- RHB Deer .. . 82204021X 12 10 1 St Joseph ..0 000030)03 i 6 Batteries: Lucia and Hyler; Mo- At Milwaukee-Milwaukee, 7j Louis ville, 7. SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE. Standing of the Clubs. P. W. LT P. C. Oklahoma City 5 4 1 .800 Enid .... 5 4 1 .800 Chlcltasha 5 2 3 .400 Guthrie 5 0 5 .000 Furious 'Batting at Enid. Specla: to Dally Leaaer. . Enid, Okla., May 7. Enid took the second game of the Guthrie series at Waverly park yesterday afternoon, batting to a finish, gottlng eight sin gles, one double, one three-bagger and two home runs, against four singles, two two-baggers and a triple for the visitors. Cooloy and Frantz lioth knpeked the ball over tho fence Ip the first' 'ffihfng forliome'rtms. 'After that Adams settled down and pulled out of many tight places. Smalley. short for Guuirlo, got a record of four errors against clean fielding for Fltz. The game was fast and snappy, and Brooks Theatre 2 NIGHTS Beginning Sunday Ma,y 8 Engagement of the Comedian full of -e'eau ball plavlng. Guthrie play ing In hard luck, rather than poor ball. Following Is tho scorn by Innings: U.HE. Enid 20020033010 12 4 Guthrie .. ..2000001003 7 C Batteries: Guthrie, Adams and Brulngton: Enid, Finely and filler. Umpire! Crotty. The Metropolitans Won. Chickasha, I. T May 7. Before a Tai-gb" audience tlio 0Rlanoma City Metropolitans defeated Hazlett s In dlans In ono of tho prettiest ball games ever seen in these parts, the visitors winning by a score of 3 to 2. Both teams the first lime up made two runs, after which the opposing 'pitchers settled down to business and Ucept the hits woll scattered, and con sequently Ineffective. Oklahoma City secured the Vi Inning run In the ninth inning. The score by Innings: Oklahqma City .. . .2 0 00 000 01 J Chickasha . ...2 0 0 00 0 fO 02 Battorles J)klahoma City, Dupree md Page Chickasha, Loughmlller and Kearnes. Rev. I. S. Ross, pastor of Rene Avenue M. E. church, Oklahoma Cly says Scotch Tone is the medicine that cured Mm ot malaria, Btomach and, liver disease. "It Is Just the medicine for this climate." Get it at F B LIUle, & Cos. tic m ; W rV. - V1 . h- LEVY'S BEE-HIVE CLOTHING STORE, w ' . w i n R.ii.a! 30000000UO 9 .ooo'ooiosoa Ohlca(o St. Louis Baiterten: Donsliuo. Flaherty SullUan; Slevers and Sugdon. Connoll. Dlehl and Ohlnn. Omaha, 11; Des Molnjsi - Des Moines, la., May 7. Dee Moines 3 lot the last game pf Uie series to 3 Qmalta.. The inability of Boo;s to ami re- Philadelphia, 16; Washington, 6. Dkllt.tnhli Da Xfnv 7.ln I hn H0ROinl inning P&ttcn was knocked off ( tl rutiner niut Mason, who rqptaceu him, was bHtted nil ovor the field. Score: R.JI.E Philadelphia 05001145 x 10 23. i Washington .2,300000016 10 2 ooncli men was the' cause of the vers- in tho fifth Inning. Scoro: , R.H E. Ds itolne ..001500J.QQ 7 10 1 Olimtia . ...3 002 6 00 00 ill 2 BAiierles- li offer, Cushman and Drain, McCarthy and Goading. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Minneapolis' Toledo, 4. -Minneapolis. 2; I And Company, in Sydney Rosenfield's Screaming Comedy HIS ABSENT i BOY FREE LIST SUSPENDED "FtIcmi'SOc. 75c and $1. s a war? w . k mm Special Prices on Uurtervrear this "vreel mmrm,, - mQ Union 8uits Reduced t week, to 4S3sf $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to pX A3 BvSManHSasMSMBiHuaksMHSBHnMSaMMeaaaswaaHasHBaHB We are showing more new nobby Spring Suits in Chevi" ots, Fancy Worsteds and Serges than any Store here. We would like to show you how we can save you Jrom $2.50 to $5.00 on Your Suit Purchase. Store Full ot FanCy Sh,rt ' PleiV Unders t wear, Trunks and Suit Cases. LEV'YS BEE-HIVE CLOTHING HOUSE, Ik . & cw' la irsi'iipaM-'triiWB Jr1 51 9