The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 133, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1899 Page: 8 of 8

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See GfiORGE H. DODSON for Abstracts, Insurance and Farm Loans.
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Pull Una of tha latest eatlof.
every day In tha weak la aaptclal
price day.
New idea* tn Trimmings raoalva<l
avery day.
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j NOTHING
I BUT
| MILLINERY.
I Our trimmers are not amateurs, but educated In the art of ?
J trimming hats that are stylish, beepming and wear well. ?
MRS. A. P. SAUNDERS,
THE LEADING MILLINER, I
W. L KIiocIhm Furnilur« C obi^„T. 106 EAST OKLAHOMA ATEKUE ...
'I II IOC WANT A NEAT, UP-TO-DATE ABSTRACT, CALL ON
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Insurance Written.
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m Notary In Office. Managir.
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COFFEE
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EST*TF. WHITE HOUSB AND A
FULL LINE OF CHEAPER BRANDS
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The J. D. BURKE GROCERY CO,
'PHONE 39. OKLAHOMA AVENLE.
FRISCO
LINE....
St. Louis and
San Francisco
Rail oad Co.
Take the most popular route,
The Frisco Line, via
OKLAHOMA CITY
or WICHITA TO
St. Louis
and all points East,
Kansas City
and all points North and W««t.
Pasenger train leaves Oklahoma City
y. 15 a. m., arrives in St. Louis the foi-
ling morning 7. 15 a. in PaiBengcr
train leaves St. Louis at 8. 30 p. m.. ar-
rives in Oklahoma City the following
evening ato. 20. p.m. Close connections
are made with the Santa Fc, both at
Oklahoma City and Wichita.
Our train service is unsurpassed
Wecairy latest improved seat and
chair ears, also the Luxurious Pnllman
Observation Sleepers. Are you plan
uing an outing.
EUREKA SPRINGS
has a world wide reputation as a won-
ful Health and Pleasure Resort, the
curative properties of whose waters
have no equal on the American conti-
nent, and the grandeur of the scenery
surpassas that of Colorado.
When purchasing your tickets see
that they read via the Frisco Line,
For fnrther particulars as to rates,
time, etc., apply to
B. F. DUNN, T. F. A P. A„
Oklahoma City
II. r VIIJKIM. IIKVAN 8NTDKH.
(Joii.ral Manager u.n'l Pass. A*l.
"WANTS"
o Advertisement! In this column Sc per line
•each Insertion. No advertisement taken ti
less than IS cents.
W. H. BRUNNER,
SANITARY
* VAULT
CLEANING
Improved Odorless Vault
and Sink Cleaning Mactiine.
TIIE ONI.T LICENSED CLEANER
IN THE CITT. PHOXB 1 7
W. H. GALBBAITH, Agent
Office—Lorner IHvision /Street and
So ble Avenue.
WAT/TED—To trade IflOacre larm In ]
coin county torQuthrie property
WANTED-100 pounds of clean cotton rairs.
Apply to foreman of the Leader press room.
WANTED—1U00 Subscribers for the Okla1
Uoma Leader on«year and the l arm Journ-
aj. Overyears for $1.00 Sample.coples on ap-
FEEE-For boys and girls, a beautiful
soUd gold shell brilliant Kubyor Topaz,
Tiffany Setting. Guaranteed to wear for
vears FREE for selling 20 Mystic Pens for
6c each. Send name and address. Will
send Pens when sold. Remit us $1 and got
the ring C. O. HUNTER, 409 Smith Street,
Cincinnati. 0_
First Published in Guthrie Dally Leader
June 17, i89v
LIQUOR NOTICE.
To Whom it May Coneern.—
Notice |s hereby given that H H. Reaves
has this day niedhls petition to sell at re-
tall spirituous, vinous and malt liquors In
Guthrie, Logan county, Oklahoma, and that
unless objection be tiled on or before the 1st
day of July, A. D. said petition will be
granted k P. MORTON
uthrle Okla , June 17, it$w County da k.
CARRIE M. BURLINCAME;
MUSIC TEACHER
( Piano and Organ.)
V08 If, Broad, - OUTBMIJC, O. I.
WVfWVVVIfVfVVVvVVVIVVVVi
Mrs.L.A.Hunt,
•**.«. Dressmaker, j
SATISFACTORY WORK (
REASONABLE PRICES
**—124 North Second Street, j
'TARK BROS. PAY CASH
every week If you sell STARK TREES. Out
0t tree. MTAKK NUR8KBY, Lottlslana, Mo
First publlsned in the Dally Leader June
lf>, ihw.
LIQUOR NOTICE
To Wooin it May Concern-
Notice Is hereby given that Hamilton A
Co have this day filed their petition to sell
at retail spirituous, vinous and malt liquors
in Guthrie, Logan county. Oklahoma.
that, unless objection be filed on or be
the 29th dav of June, A D ; 1809, said
petition will be granted.
R. P. MoRTCNjCounty Clerk.
Guthrie, Okla . Jine IS. l$99
First Published In ^jally ;Leade
LIQUOR NOTICE.
To Whom It May Concern—
WUIUJK, uvjau i-uuuv;, uaiauuuia, JUU iu«i
unless objection be filed on or before the
29th day of June, A D 1899, said petition
will be granted R P MORTON,
Guthrie. Okla . June 15.1899
County Cl'k
First Published in The Dally Leader June
18, 1999.
LIQUOR NOTICE
To Whom It May Concern-
Notice Is hereV
has this dav filed .
tail spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in
Guthrie. Logan county, Oklahoma, and that
unless oblection be filed on or before the
1st day or July, A. D. 1899, said petition
will be granted R P MORTON,
Guthrie,Okla .June 16,1999 County CI k.
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Celebrated Milwaukee...
BLUE RIBBON
EXPORT
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Telephone 52 PAUL JUNDT, Manager
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TOWN T0P1C8.
Peaches ripened Id Gathrle -Tans I?..
Full lice of Fourth of July Sreworka
Jttet in at Olamith'a
To briog back vi gor aad happiness
drink Pabst Best Tonic
Weekly Leader one year nod Farm
Journal five year* for only 91.
Hon. Champ Clark will certainly bt
In Winfield op the 23d aad 94th.
Do you want sample copies of the
Farm Journal' Writ* tha Leader.
At tha Eoyal hotel—E. O. Cook. C.
Wright, Kane** Cite; O. Tally, Den-
leon; Robt (iray, Chas Blumberg. D
C. Duncan, Chicago; J. P. Newham, C.
Gustarcon, St. Joe; 8. M. Porter, Car
nay; H. K. Bickford, Kingtlsber, C. E.
Jorean, Keokuk, Iowa.
Hardly a day passes, in families
where there are children, in which
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT .la
not needed. It quickly cures Cuts,
Wounds, Bruises, Burns and Scelda
Prica 23 and 60 cents. Sold by F. ti
Lillle A Co. and Wheeler A Son.
Mr ti. K. Bickford, cashier of the
Paopla's Bank, at Klngflaher, drove
ofer from that city yesterday to con
far with Judge Brooks on the matter
of a bank they are about to organize
fox Alva. Mr. Bickford says that they
have had a bountiful supply of rain In
his section of the country, the streams
are up and |n fording them he had to
staad on the seat to keep from getting
wet Mr Bickford returned home to-
day.
The Farm Journal is the boiled down,
hit-the nail-on the head paper, cut to
fit the wide awake farmer and villager.
We give the Farm Journal for the bal-
adce of 18W9 and all of lttoo, 1901, 1902
and 1903, nearly five years, as a prize
to every one of our subscribers who
will pay a year ahead for toe Okla-
homa Weekly Leader
Messrs. Brumage A Arnold, man-
agers of ialand Park desire the Leader
to say that this beautiful resort is
open to children's picnics, aud that
parents may rest assured that their
children will be perfectly safe while
in the park under their protection,
whether accompanied by older persons
or alone.
If the predisposition to worms in
children is not cured they may become
emaciated, weskly and in danger of
convulsions. WHITE'S CREAM VER-
MIFUQE is the most successful and
popular remedy, Price 25 cents. Sold
by F. B. Lillie A Co. and Wheeler A
Son.
The management ot Island park
invite the ministers and all the best
people to vlalt the park and see for
themselves how things are conducted.
Farm Journal for the balance of 1899
and all of 1900, 1901, 1902 and 1903,
nearly five years, to every subscriber
who will pay one year in advance for
the Oklahoma Weekly Leader. No
better farm paper than the Farm
Journal. This offer is only made to a
limited number -the first who come
forward
The publication in the Leader yes-
terday of W H. Coyle's liat of names
whom he thinks are not taxed enough
or according to their actual personal
property >vealtb, caused a luminous
sensation and several persons were
heard to say, "well did you ever,
with several dashes before and after
the expression.
Pianoa, $150 and up; organs. $30 and
up ; sewing machlnos, 815 and up ; bi
cycles, $10 and up. Easy payments.
8heet music, lateat and up to date.
E. H. Kkauss,
104 Weat Harrison ave.
The Leader lovea everybody, but It
honora truth beyond everything elaev
and the truth ought to be the friend
of everybody, or rather, everybody
ought to be the friend of truth.
Chief Deputy Marahall W D. Fob-
sett has purchaaed the fast horde
owned by "Kaosas," snd with his
other thoronghbreds will have
string hard to beat. Mr. Fossett has
aecured the aervices of M. L.E. Louns-
berry, of Oneidt. New York, a trainer
of national reputation, who is in
Guthrie and arranging to "do" the
>umpkin faira. Every morning at the
.k of dav Mr. Lounsberry can be
seen at the fair grounda working out
hia stock.
If your sight is blurred with specks
and spots floating before vour eyes, or
you have pains on the right side under
the ribs, then your liver is deranged
and you need a few doses of HERB1NE
to regulate it. Price 50 cents. Sold
by F, B. Lillie A Co. and Wheeler A
Bon
Will Trade—440 acres good land in
Butler county, Kansas, for* Oklahoma
farms. Address, 440, oare Daily
Leader.
AT FRANKLIN'S.
£ Here's a symbol of puri
ty in the tea line. ^rT~
iIf you want the best,
you can be assured of get-
ting a tea that is carefully
selected,
I'A tea that is free from
all injurious adulterations
and Ingredients;
A tea that is everything
a perfect tea should be,
ask your grocer for
Chase & Sanborn's
| Package Teas, jf
They only come in pound
and half-pound leads, and
because it is pure. (
• /
One pound maktsom 200 cups.
GBEE3 COURT!.
rt CNpt-llfbtalar. Work> JohwoD
Orua .ad Wim, • r rm.r Caow*
-\boat It—loterMllog Lttt.r.
Y«ddcl, Greer Co., Jun 14, *M.
Editor Leader—We people bar*
beeu btvluff uearly tlx week* of wet
weather, Crop* are good aud there
will be eooaiderabla wheat Bade hero
alter all tha bard lack It bad. Oata
are Hue and will maka a good yield ti
mat don't etrlke them Corn la •lik-
ing and taaaalloff, cotton look* well
and la beflonlng to limb where It waa
not planted over.
There waa a destructive ball atorm
here about tbe middle ot May that did
great damage to eiope, but they have
outgrown it, except cotton and much
of that had to be replanted.
Mice Joe Elms, tbe daughter of a
respectable farmer near Lock, this
oouuty, waa struck by lightning on
the evening of tbe 2nd inet. Her
clothing waa all torn off her and her
right foot eplit between every toe; she
=S=S=
THE GREAT
S. T. FRANKLIN,
Sole Agent.
Weekly Leader 50c Year
□ Would like to rent for several weeks
a top buggy, for use in the city only
Addreaa L, care of the Leader.
Captain W. W Fainter a Osage In
dian gianta moving in the great Fourth
of July proceaaion through Guthrie
will be an attraction worth seeing.
Stick it right down there, that the
snorting horse, with a railroad train
behind it, is coming aoon.
A sallow, jaundiced akin la a aymp
tom of dlaordered liver, aa it springs
from biliary poisons retained in the
blood, which destroy energy, cheer-
fulness, strength, vigor, happiness
and life. HEBBINE will will restore
the natural functions of the liver.
Price 50 cents. Sold by F. B. Lillie A
Co, and Wheeler A Son.
Bring your job printing to the Lead-
er office. Letter heads turned out on
two hours' notice.
Ross Wells, arrested yesterday at
Crescane City for disturbing religious
meetings, waa released today on bond
of $100. Be will be tried at 1 o'clock
tomorrow by Judge Foater.
The editor of the Farm Journal
aaka: "Why have a mortage on the
farm, poor cropa, rheumatism, aour
bread, grip, leak in the roof, hole in
the pocket, skeleton in the closet, or
aay other nain or trouble, when you
can get the Farm Journal for the
balance of 1899 and all of 1900, 1901,
1902 and 1903, nearly five yeara, by
paying a year In advance for Okla-
homa leader. Thla you can do if you
are not to late
Harveet la in full blaat all over Lo-
gan county aad wheat growers gen
erally express the opinion that the
yield per aore will exceed their earlier
expectations
Assistant United States diatrlct at-
torney J, W Scothorn was taken sud-
denly ill yeaterday while In hia otflcc
and waa aaalated to his home Serious
reauits are not feared
For Sale— Weat Guthrie grist mill
Alao good atock farm five milea from
Mulhall. Address Emil Utz, Guthrie
Okla.
For relief and comfort in Asthma
BALLARD'S HOUEHOUND SYRUP
bas no equal. Price 25 and 50 cents
sold by F. B. Lillie A Co. and Wheeler
A. Son.
District court has adjourned until
July 8th.
Real estate in this territory, while
there ia no boom, ia rapidly going up
in price. Thla week several of our
exchanges contain notices of sales of
farma away up in pricea. The C. F
Colcord farm near Perry sold for $6000.
The Leader hears of some handsome
sales and big prices offered for farms
in Logan county,
Aaide from the serious inconvenience
and pain canaed by pilea, there ia
tendency to fiatula and to cancer in
the rectal region. Piles should not be
allowed to run on unchecked TAB-
LER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT
is an infallible remedy. Price 5) cents
a bottle: tubes 75 cents. Sold by F. B
Lillie A Co. and Wheeler <fc Son.
Do you keep chickens? Then you
ought to have the Farm Journal. We
give It in clubbing with the Oklahoma
Weekly Leader, both for the price of
our paper only. Pay up a year ahead
and the Farm Journal will come for
the balance of 1899 and all of 1900,
1901, 1902 and 1903, nearly five yeara,
and get to you if you are on this conti
nent.
See the Leader s great offer—Okla
homa Leader one year and the Farm
Journal, of Philadelphia, five years
for only 50 cents in advance.
The Effects: of the Qrlp are over-
come by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which purifies
tbe blood, tones the stomach, strengthens
the nerves, and makes the whole syBtem
vigorous and healtby.
Bill Martin will have his prelimT
uary hearing tomorrow afternoon be-
fore Judge Foater.
It is reported that E P. Burllngame
will be appointed by the Logan coun*
ty commissioners as a deputy sheriff,
as a special delinquent tax collector.
This is certainly a good appointment
as Mr. Burlingame is the best posted
man in the county on taxes and he
would come nearer collecting the de
ltnquent taxes than any other man
that could betappointed.
Mr. and Mrs. WinfleldS. Smith will
give a reception at their residence to-
night, complimentary to Prof. Qra-
bill
There'll be firework*
In Las Vegas at the Rough Rider's
reunion. The charge up San Juan
hill will be realistically shown 'Tie
safer to see It now and in this fashion
than when the Rough Riders climbed
the hill in the face of a murderous
hall of bullets The railroad fare Is
only $26,10. Tickets on sale June 22
and 23, limited to June 28.
The Bough Aider's Idol
Will come from New York to take
tart in the reunion at Las Vegas, June
24 26. A chance to see this famous
regiment and its daring officers. The
Santa Fe has made a rate of $26.10 for
round trip Tickets on sale June 22
and 23, limited to June 28.
If you buy 15 worth before July 13th
you will get aa oil painting free.
Guthrie Cash Store
The Charge Vp San Juan Hill
Was successful because each man did
his duty. If you go to Las Vegas to
the reunion of Roosevelt's Rough
Riders, June 24-26, you will have a
good time and help make tbe occasion
a success, You are needed there The
Santa Fe has made a rate of $26 for
round trip. Tickets on sale June 22
and 23. limited to June 28.
was burned and bruised very badlv,
she U?ed three days, Buffering untold
agonies.
On the morning of the 30th of last
month a small cyclone paaaed through
the aoutheaatern edge of thla county,
turning over houaea, graneriea,wagons
and whatever elae it found in ita path.
There waa a terrible whirring, roaring
sound in the elemente above like the
main atorm waa too high to touch the
earth.
I notice in the Leader eomethlng
about planting Johnaon grass and It
aeema that the writer on that 9ubject
don't know much about It or he would
not want it at all I have been uaed
to thla obnoxioua graaa all my life and
think I know all about It. I don't
know any good to aay about It, only It
is a beautiful plant, grows very tall
and rank. When you try to plow It
up and kill It you will see what it ia.
1 have known one field to be plowed
seven times in one spring and summer
to try and kill It out and even then the
grass got as high as a mans head. Stock
will eat it early in tho spring before
there is anythingi else to eat and
while it is tender, but they won't eat
it if they can help It. It don't make
good hay because the stems are too
woody and dry, and lack the substance
and nutrition contained In tha other
grasses. The faim Ijllved on in Ellis
county, eight miles north of Waxa-
hachle, sold for $36 per acre and a
farm on the same section with only a
hedge between us would not bring $8
per acre because it was set with John*
son grass. It is against the law in
Texas to vsll It for hay for horses
well as birds of all kinda acatter it
when they eat it. It has great long
roots with jointa every two or three
inohes and a sprout shoots up from
every loint, which causes it to spread
very rapidly and makea It almost 1m
possible to get rid of It will certain
ly prove a curse to the farmer who
gets it seattered on h's farm and he
will never regret it but once and that
will be all the reat of hia life.
Wiih good wishes for the Leader
and ita readers I close. M. N. H.
OCH!
The Equalization 'Board Didn't 'do Much
to Some Taxpayers.
The equalization board now in ses
sion have taken up the matter of W,
fl. Coyle, wherein ho citC9 a number
of taxpayers whoso assessments are
entirely too low.
At today's session the following
were cited to appear before the board
and their assessments raised in excess
of the amounts originally turned In
O. R. Fegan, $10,000, H. L. Miller, $15
000, Hunter A Son, $10,000, Beadles A
Son, $5,000, Judge Bierer, $3,000.
The above liat compriaes the larger
amounts raiaed so far, but there ia
large liat of email ralsea.
INTEREST 18 PAID
a *
of
FINE
CLOTHING
SHOES
HATS
IS MOVING OFF ALL RIGHT WITH US.
SI5.000
Worth of first-class Merchandise that
must be closed out in next 90 days.
The Territory Fays Her Interest on Bonds
Promptly and Has Money Left.
Today territorial treaaurer F. M.
Thompson sent exchange In the sum
of $2880 to the Northweatern National
Bank, New York City, to pay the an
nual interest due July 1 on $48,000
of bonds. These bonda are: Unlver
sity, $18,000; Normal, $15,000; and Ag-
ricultural 815,000. Captain Thompaon
says the territory has money left.
The Atchison Topeka 4 Santa Fe Ay. Co
Topeka, Kan., June 10, 1899.
Agents Missouri River and Weati-
As advised in special rate advice No.
747, Roosevelt's rough riders will have
a reunion at Las Vegas, New Mexico,
June 24-30, 1899.
A very attractive program has been
prepared for this occasion, and among
the entertainments provided are horse
races, bicycle races, broncho riding
and steer tying contests. The charge
up San Juan hill will be shown In fire
work. The Pain Pyrotechnic com-
pany will have charge of this feature.
Col. Theodore Rooaevelt hae aaaured
us he would be preaent and that he
would leave Chicago on our train No.
* of June 22. W. J. Black, G. P. A.
Special Tourist Bates to Utah Points.
From June 25th to July lith, inclu-
sive. we will aell round trip tlcketa to
Salt Lake City and Ogden at the rate
of $30 20, good to return 90 daya from
date of aale Tranalt limit 20 daya in
each direction. Htopovera allowed
west of Colorado common points.
A. J. Cork ins,
Agent Santa Fe Route.
First Annual Be union of Booeevelt'M Bough
Btasrs, June V4-H6, 1899
For the above occasion we will aell
tickets to Lea Vegas at the rate of one
fare plus $2 for the round trip. Tickets
on sale June 22nd and 23rd, Final re-
turn limit June 28t)f. Continuous pas-
sage in each dlrectlen.
A. J. COBKJNS,
Agent Santa Fe Route.
Panicky.
ftcjlpps-McRve Leafut
Paris, June 21—Tbe bourse is in a
panicky condition on account of the
cabinet criaie.
Mrs W. D Faase^iaon the alck Hat.
A
GREAT
OFpER
Farm Jonrnal
From Now to
Dacamber, 1903,
Nearly 6 Yeara
By special arrangement made
with the publisher of the Farm
Journal we are enabled to offer
that paper to every subscriber
who pays for the Oklahoma
Leader (weekly) one year
ahead, for only 50c—both pa-
pers for the price of ours only ;
our paper one year and the
Farm Journal from now to De-
cember, 1903, tearly 5 years.
THE FARM JOURNAL
Is an old established paper, en-
joying great popularity, one of
fhe best and most useful farm
papers published.
This offer should be accepted
without delay.
s
J. M. BROOKS,
Harrison Avenue
P. S.-«-Wlll trade for farm properties worth from
11,000 to 115,000. B.
good ©
meals at G
regular hours
Meals must be satisfactory or
traveling is uneojoyable. The
tjanta Fe Route prides itself ou
its system of Harvey dining
rooms and lunch counters.
There are none better. Break-
fast, dinner and supper are
served at convenient intervals.
Ample time given for all meals]
A. J. CORK1NS, Agent.
NERVITA
Settm. VITALITY
LOST VIGOR
AND MANHOO
Cures Impotency, Night Emissions inC
wji9ting diseases, all effects of self-
abuse, or eacesa and Indis-
cretion. Aiserveton'raoii
blood buUder. Brln ; the
pink jjlow to pale chee.:_and
restores the fire of youth.
_ . BymallBOcper box; 6bo: es
lor ; with a written guaran-
tee to cukb or refund the money.
NERVITA MEDICAL GO.
Clinton* Jackson Sta., CHICAGO, ILL.
For tala by WALLACE * MULLER,
Drugrtats, Quthrla, O, T
' IEBR1SU-C0L0RAD0 EXPRESS."
A NEW TRAIN.
From June 4th the Burlinqton
Route puts into Its passenger service
to the Far West a new faat dally night
train from Kausaa City to Nebraska
and Oolorado.
It leavea Kansas City at 9.45 p. m ,
arrives at Denver 6.30 p m. and is by
three hours the latest night train Kan-
saa City to Denver and beyond.
Thla service Is altogether additional
to the Burlington's great scheme of
passenger tralus from Kansas City to
the West, Northweet, North and East
California Weekly Kxcuraions, per-
sonally «conducted. Tourist sleepera jf
twice a week Kansas City to the ^
Northwest via the Billings Route. |
For details, ask your ticket agent or
L.J. BRICKER.
Trav. Pass'n Agent, 8UMain, Kansas City,
J W. WAKE LEY,
Qen.Pass. Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
HOWARD ELLIOT.
General Manager, St. Joseph, Mo.
The Leader
Job Department
Has received a fresh lioe of
the yery latest in..
Stationery.
V-B 'lira.
MERCHANTS NEEDING
Letter Heads
Bill deads
Statements
Cards
OA N HAVE THE WORK DONE TWO
HCiUES AFTER ORDER IS GIVEN,
'Tis
Delightful
in California
la aammer. £.ary day a cool *
breeje, every night a blanket.
Don't go to the Atlantic resorta
and brail. Spend your vaca-
tion In California and be com-
fortable.
Tha highest midday tempera-
ture at Sac Diego last year
was 89 degrees.
A J. COBKJNS,
AUIt,
A. T. it Santa Fe BaUvray.
Guthrie O. T.
! M '••••••••••••••••••••••••
i The
Fruits of
California
i
Should be eaten fresh to
anjoy their full flavor.
Many delicious varieties
are never seen in the East.
To obtain them one must
go to California, where
they may be bought on
every street corner.
Only 2ii days from Newton,
by The California Limited,
Santa Fe Route.
•auvray. m
CORKINS, Agent,
guthrie, o. t. !
'•••••••••••••I
Toledo, O, June 2S-^Le aard Chapman,
Bernard Helfbu, end captain of the
turd Ohio cavalry during tbe civil war,
committed eulcide by feasting last night
Despondency as fite result of 411 health
waa the cause.
Buffalo, June 20-The members of the
Columbus and Buffalo base ball teams,
arrested Sunday at the concluaion of tbe
tall game for violating the Sunday law,
wero eoqiftted teday by a poUce court
Jury.
Tf TTAlip DTTpC linf'ViA'P I/All ' Ca", ,fit thCm With Glasses> and do i{ RIGHT at half the price
■*"1- J J UULIlwl J U U9 you will pay some traveling optician, Work guarapteed one ^-ear.
E. A. DOUGLAS, The Guthrie Jeweler.

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Niblack, Leslie G. The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 133, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1899, newspaper, June 22, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121431/m1/8/ocr/: accessed May 13, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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