Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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THE MULHALL ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY. JULY 1, 1898
CITY AND COUNTY.
Celebration in Mulhall.
Our grand stand is u lulu.
Come to Mulhull to celebrate.
Ringling'* circus will visit On
nguiu this season.
Dr. UatfteM tUlud (luthrle Tiics
day of this wook.
Yes, you want nil ltd in the 0All.
Mul.n Al.r. ISNTKltl'Ulf 1..
Forepatigh & Sills' circuit will cx
lii>>it ul Uuthrie .Inly -H.
Out an nil in the lUu.v Kntkhpiu^
in Its initial nieuihot—July 4.
Our boys report n good lime ovc
tlie trip to Stillwater humluy.
C. F Eugliali w ii •l-iwii from Mill
hail >e»leiday ~ .Stale Capilal.
upv. e. h. lfivaiis went to Hopewell
liiut Suudty lo till his appointment.
Mrs. Viola Davia has ti position in
tlie«lrjgoods ilopiuttueut oi Pettyjohn
Dav'd Wilson, who ha* boon very
Kick for several weuics, is mow alow )y
Alfred lie Will Itns been suoceeded
UH defuty dUiriol clerk by Toiu Neal,
fit Oklahoma City.
Mr*. 0. C. Qanelt left Tuesday for
Shawnee for a visit with relutivon
until after the Fourth.
Wo have no ruin gauge, but there
tuust have been over two niches of
rainfall Sunday night.
Carl Fdson secured fourteen recruits
at Mulhall todny for I he (JuLlirle com-
pany.—Guthrie Free Press.
Forepnngh & Soil*' agents were bill-
ing Mulhall Tuesday for the big
aliow which visits Uuthrie July 28.
MIsb Bertha ItrndleY, who Ims been
visiting Iter mater, Mrs Collins, left
Wednesday for a visit at Winlleltl.
Pettyjohn A Co.. are still m-ranging
their big department stores, and they
have new goods coming in every few
Kev. E. II. Evans will preach next
Sunday morning and at night at the
rroshvleriiiu church. Everybody in-
C J. Allen, a Logan count y farmer
la under arrest at Kansas <'ily, charge
with obtaining money under false pre-
Miss Fanuie Kaler left on the stage
Wednesday for a visit with the family
of Mr. McMillan near Cimarron City
in I'ayne county.
Evangelist Reliorn closed hiu meet
iogs here Monday night. The local
church was reorganized with about
G. W. Foster ia hero from Gitalin.
Miss , looking for a location. He will
probably purchase a farm near Mul
luill.— Saturday's (iutluie Free i*i#?hh.
Harry Overbuy and Charlie Furrow
came up from (tiilhrie on the early
morning train Sunday, and went
over to Stillwater to play ball with
The Crescent City band will play
here ou the Fourth. He sure uud
Rev, M. O. Hillings of (jiithiie will
preach at the M. II church Sunday
Born, to Mr ami Mrs. 1*. !.•«» Willi*.
I w as at! 1*1
lit II I
I). . II*lth*I I
Stillwater vs. Mulhall.
Our base hall club had the sad ex-
perience of iu«*eting their Waterloo
nt tlie hands of tie* Stillwater nine
last Sunday bv a score of 19 to W. Our j ^
boys were ha mlieit|»pml by the din
niouil, it be eg iu poor condition. Our
fiiiiilh shop on st
plirtrd and lia* ■
l'.i\v!i-r has his »i«*
nith Main strv
vh debt* ia d
ladies' Hiipi»« i
er big Hiieceas
nellie rapid I y
osier this *ve«
licensed Eli. er .1. Wyant and Miss
Julia 1£ M'tehe'.l both of Orlando to
Children's Day Exercises at the M
13. church were very well carried out
last Sunday evening. A good cloud
FraiiU Shoemaker, with his Mother
and little girl, left yesterday f«>r
Grant CitY, Iowa. Frank will be
gone about ten daYtt, but his mother
will remain until fall.
Ut Wild Oats.
Corn looks Ui.o and the prospects
I for everything ia good.
Mm dock threatens to sue Mrs Shaf-
fer fur calling him a crauk.
I Katv and Bertha Scliprmorhorn
Iwvie visittos iu the \.rle> last week.
I 11. M lliown is headquarters f"t
truliipi. It they hit Ills piaeuSitur-
• I.IV night he keeps tln-ui over Sunday
Harvest h over ami a good ileal of
I wheat tlueshed i! torus o it from lii
1 to 16 lui.dii'd.s to the u'le atul quality is
i Childron'a dav last Sunday, but waa |
1 pal ' ly spoiled by a line rain in t he j vil..«»V
'evening, which made the people ol the i.sm.iH Muyllcl'!, Ph.ii-hm
va ley rejoice The Lotto,,, .-on, is a
sine crop now, and the » ml/, bugs „ NV .u,, s„ rl
and grasihopi»eta ate a llrng ol the i !*•!■ n,i. i.rii (le'. i " •
; i'..-- Champion, Cenfcn I* «l
1,V11" I TliOiUM I1h) fl*M. UiKtit Held
b'»vs played a phenomenal ball no to' A 1
xt'" \r.nanj i!fi(Vpn
arAtSK Ail ! hill
! Stillwater has a flrst-e!ris< amateur v
Si '.II wat
clob and nine as genl I
rn i In* found iu any
report a good tune \vi
of coming home, w
e,night iu a severe rui
| who plaved were;
: litrnev Wooivern-u. r.ui
Past the Sledge Ham-
imer Degree—JMow the
C- 1). Russell of Kansas <'it.v, a
member of the live stock linn of
Walker-Itussol 1 commission com-
pany. waa a passenger, to Perkins
Misses Bertha Bradley and Agues
Mulhall and little slater Mildred re-
turned to Mulhall last evening, al ter a
wt ek\s visit with their Out hrie friends.
— Guthrie Free Prim Saturday.
Uuthritt Free Press: Mulhall seems
lo be landing the procession for au
oratorical Fourth. Uovomor H irues.
Secretary Jenkins and J. J. Holes are
hocked to spe^U there on that day.
Elainvhero In this issue will he
found the notice of a democratic
township primary to be held Saturday
afternoon. Delegates to the territor
ial convention ait Guthrie are to he
h. Dunlap was in from the country
northeast of here Wednesday, and
called at tills ofllee. lie reports that
there wa.s much excitement in the
neighborhood about the loss of the
Dr. W. li- Hill and wife ol Acton
imule us a pleasant call ou Tuesday.'
Mr< Hill has just returned from a
visit to Woods county, (). T , She re-
ports cropa good l<ut Jiarvestibg has
just commenced there.
Mrs. Abo Bellow left Tuesday morn-
ing for SI Lou id in response lo a tele-
gram stating tlie serious illness of her
lather. She was accompanied by
Miss Agnes Mulhall. They will prob-
ably begone some time.
\V. Hoyt, who li^a boon ill for
several weeks, is able to be out once
again, and mailp Tiik Kntkupiiikk a
call Mot day training Mr Hoyt is
now past 80, but scarcely looks that
old. He thiuka the prospects wonder-
ful for Oklahoma.
Ex-Librarian E W. Jones Saturday
filed his receipt with Secretary JOnU
ins for all books, fixtures, furniture,
etc, turned over to his successor
George II. Dodson. Now we would
like to see Mr. Dodson given larger
and better quarters.
E. W. Golden, a progressive farmer
of east Payne county, was marketing
hogs hero Tuesday. Not long ago he v-
purchased the farm of a man who was and the number ^ nnr\
going to the Klondike. Now Mr.
Golden has the Klondike ami the
other fellow Ims—nit.
L. Sullivan, lepreseulalivo from
Albert Champion, the gentlemanly
ianior member uf the firm of Buskins-
Ihamplon Mercantile company. Is
uutnaghig the •'ollokera" at the Santa
Fe rooms while Operator Hell is sick.
Night Operator Bell was taken sick
suddenly on the street Wednesday
morning ami Ins life was dispalred of
for soiue time. He was taken to his
room at tho Palace and Dr. Childers is
now treating IIIui. He is improving
Fighting H ib McRovuolds was here
Tuesday and Wednesday hi the Inter-
est of the Outline State Capital, lie
gathered a great deal of data for a
write-up of Mulhall which appeared
ia yesterday's paper, lie left here
J. J Ehtus nni tli ot town brought in
a load of new wheat ou Thursday
that tested tiolti and brought the top
of the inarUel« fit) cents Douahoe Hros.
said It was the best brought lo this
market so far this year. And best of
all, Mr. Estus remembered the poor
T. L. SI,a iter was in from Bowman
Tuesday. He s.tva he would go to
help fight for Cuban liberty, but ia
alratd Uncle Sam does not want a
mar. with one short leg. Mi. Shatter
aaya cropa In itml about Uowiuau are
looking splendid and that the last
rain was worth many thousands of
dollars to the growing corn.
(). II. Barnard, living throe miles
south of Mulhall, brought us iii samp-
les Saturday of peaches grown in his
orchard this year. They were good
specimens, but Mr. Barnard was not
able lo tell us the variety because he
hassuch a number. He also has a good
many apple trees and will have a good
deal of fruit notwithstanding the late
ti. F. Oarrott has just rented his
farm 4i miles northeast of Mulhall
to a Mr. Phillips of Marcelino. Mis-
souri, win, expects to take possession
about August 1. Mr. Phillips lias two
brothers who will accompany him
here, audits they are well iixeil with
good teams and machinery tliuv will
probably show Oklahoma how to Turin
ou a big scale.
A sweet-toned little Swiss music
box has just been placed ill tlie Ex-
change bar by Proprietor Taylor.
The little Instrument eau be iieard
playing ••Itlglletto," "The Wectding
March," "llanon Walt/.," "Ermine
march," "Boceacio Wnltz" "Stephanie
CavOte," Strauss' 'Beautiful
Danube" walls, and "Hunters' '
at any time through the day.
A young man who went to enlist in
the army was given a local new-paper
to read, hut could not. He was just
as successful w hen asked to write »••
English. He was reminded of his de-
ficiency. ''Well," said lie, "1 can't
read nor write in English, bud 1 c*n
fight like hell in any langwitch, and 1
thought id vas fighters you wanted,
not professors." lie was accepted.
Di. Yates and daughter Editli left
on the afternoon trai:; Tuesday for
Omaha, Nebraska, and other northern'
points. They will visit the Exposition
first, and then elswhere. The doctor
has been here for sometime and has
made niaiiv friends. Miss Edith, too,
was quite a favorite among tho young
pe iple here. Tliev will return in the
fall, and will probably locate permit
Lightning rod agents and insurance
frauds have been netting in their work
in several Oklahoma counties. They
come along and give a man insurance
on his property for almost nothing
and then insist tnat lie shall put light-
ning lods iu order to protect the com-
pau v. They also furnish the rods and
promise to aland the most of the ex-
pense of putting them up themselves,
only asking the farmera to sign a con-
tract to that effect. The contracts
turn out to be notes for 1100 to $1-50
Wo are trying to enlut a company
here for the next oall. We can laiso a |
company of cranks. Shipny Mill be
captain, Jim Scott liisl lieutenant,
Matt. Munlock second, Hunt will go
ns cook, and the company will be
let,own as the Pleasant VhIIji buy
windows. Oh, yes, we need ii chaplain
We will gel one of the followers, as
there are lots of reptiles in Cuba, mul
the I'aitli cure will do away willi the
medicine chest. If we are not called
to the front, we will spend tho Fourth
A Faithful Servant <^ulin.
J. M. Grove, who handled the mail
and express between Mulhall alul Per-
kins, completed his contract yester-
day, and today a new man takes
charge. Mr. Grove has been faithful
and painstaking, and thu weather was
never too bad for him to g«t through,
and was only kept from making the
trip when bridge* were out. He is
houcst, accommodating, reliable and
courteous, and tlie patrons of the mail
line will be very fortunate If air,
Grove's successor makes as good a
record. Whatever he may do Mr Grove
has hundreds of friends all along the
route who wish him well, and will re-
member Iiiin kindly.
Fine line of ladies' and irenta* shoes
at especially low prices iu order to
clear up for our mammoth fall atock
—Uaskins-Champiom Mich. Co.
K. of P. Jubilee.
We haven't the npac.i to mention
the proceedinga of the lodge last night
but will give details iu Monday'sdailY
Frank Greer, George Dodson, and"
other prominent Ki.ignts were hero
■•'entiled mil Ba tied.
Wednesday evening a large
of our youug people went down to the
Cimarron at a point about r>i miles
from Mulhall to enjoy a few hours on
the banks of that noted stream. The
ladies in the company furnished the
eitibles the young men tho liquid re-
freshments. They were ehaperond
by Mesdames Franic Kincaid and O. C.
Collins. The young men all went in
bathing, but the youug ladies were
not so brave.
Mr. and Mm. KMio llittklaa
Mm Knuik Kinr.itlfl,
Alma mill f.«ins \V<vn>,
A\ ami .)en»ie Mink'.
Toplra of I lie Game.
We wander what Messrs Isom and
Elson saw in the game Sunday to pay
them for going 2.1 miles?
Harney says the reason Mulhall
didn't win out was the boys' inability
to hit the ball over the fielders.
Ilillie Williamson hold his position
as short slop down with credit t" him
lie is very accurate iu his throw-
ing to first base.
Some of the best batters in the club
oould not have hit the mouth of the
Mississippi river with a fiat boat.
Charlie (Jarreltsays it was not loos-
ing the game he is kicking about, but
Tom Mayfield, Harry Overbuy and
Harney were noted for long throws.
Each ban a "wild" throw to his credit
(?) clear out of sight.
The Lost Child Found.
Word was brought to town yester-
day that the Ginier child h; d been
found by some children in a ravine
about a milo from its home. When
found it was dead and partially eaten.
Come and look over our slock of
shoes. Finest in the city at special
prices.—Baskins-Chamimon Mlk. Co.
Sick headache, biliousness, constipa-
tion a ml all liver and stomach trouble
can bo quickly cured by using those
famous lit tie pils know as DeWitt'a
Little Early Itisers. '! hey are pleas-
ant to take and never gripe. D. Me
HOOD'S PILLS cure Liver Ills, Bil-
iousness, Indigestion, Headache.
Easy to take, easy to operate. 25c.
Piease Notice my new
Prices and you will
say I am worthy ihe
title of 2000-Pound
-FOR SALE BY—
K1NCA D-CHILDERS DRUG CO,
Pure iiiul staple ilructx nmt luciliciiios. An excellent line o'
tlie liest household nnd screen door paints just received.
When you paint your house, use our hard-oil llinish.
0 FOR£, Prop.
RATES: $1 &$! 25 a day
See how i
My new Twelve-Dollar Eng-
lish Worsted brocade suits
The Capit'd is 300 feet from Postofilce, '.'00 tVet from Opera
house in the center of business, and has one ofthe beat
' Cyclone cellars in Oklahoma Territory
Good Scotch all-wool suits
guaranteed nil wool
Win vour butllBH HKiiiiiHt ilisensii liv
ncting promptly. Oiih minute Conuli
('in h print ih'I'h iiiiiiifdiiitii n-milts.
When lukpii eurly it prevents ciinsnni
pt ion. And in Inter slan-8 il I'm ninlies
prompt relief. I). McOonneliey.
15. ('. Wanks, nf Lewisville. Texns,
writes lliat onebux of DeWitt'a Witeli
lla/.t'l tSalVH whs worlJi $01) IH) to him.
It c.uril his piles of ten yenrir stnnd-
ing. ile advises others lo try it II
emes eczema, skin diseases and ub-.ti-
natti sores. 1>. Mct'onnehey.
this district iu the Fourth teiriloriul
legislature, cut twenty acres of wheat
ou .1 una on the fu.iu of Adalbert
Miller. It was llie Hint tiny with a
new hinder. Mr. Sullivan senilis able
lo adopt himself lo working 111 the
harvest Held as well as tlie legislative
A girl litis presented tier lover, who
enlisted in tliewar with Spain a llible
on the Idea, she suvs, that the stalii
ties show that thousands of lives are
si.veil in battle by the bullet coming
iu contact with the precious book, mid
an exchange is mean enough to advise
tlif» voting hi<iii lo wear it ill Ins liip
This Item shows how tliey produce
wheat up hi the atrip country. The
PoiiCH City Cornier rmvh: Roger* am!
Drummond. »>1 Pawhuska, lie^iin
thieshmg the wliest mi then leases
east of town today. 1 hey have I. HI
acres and u verv conservate estiniuK
places its yield at 24U00 bushels or 20
bushels per acre.
John Mills, whose home is near Per-
kins. came into Mulhall Tuesday on
his way home from Itlackwell, where
be 11ad been ut work in tlie harvest
Held lie says scores or men tire wink-
ing for a dollar a day and less, and
are required lo put in from ten lo six-
teen hours each day. He says lots of
men are leaving ou account of the
New Daily In Town.
We luivo decided to Issue a dally the
morn in ic of the Fourth. The features
will he the program, complete, iih will
be cu.iied out that, clay, the early
inorniiitf arrivals from Outline, to-
gether with the very latest war news
boiled down, and the ads, from princi-
pal business men, several of whom
have ashed for space in the Daily. We
expect to call on each and every busi-
nessman and explain the plan, state
rates, etc. Wo will issue 2000, at least
.ind the number may bo increased.
The paper will he free, and will he
liberally distributed among the people
.With Our Advertisers.
KUHLMAN. The Sledge-Hammer
man has a "2000 pound ad" in lli.s
issue. WatCii his ails closely, lie is
throwing bombs imo high prices.
Roche. In our professional column
appears the card of U. 0. Itoche, the
artistic painter and decorator of Uuth-
rie. He is well known here, and work
done by him is always satisfactory..
Hoyt. Prominently displayed on
our tiist page is the big ad of the Hoyt
Mercantile Company. It is tho annual
big clearance sale. LooW for their
stunning bargains which they wilt
mention later on.
Mulhall Lumjikh and Haudwauk
Co. This firm reduces its space for
tho present. Manager Kchermorhorn
reports a splendid trade this season
and thinks the outlook for business
this fall very good.
Capital Hotfl. Business men who
go down to Uuthrie and wish to stay
over night will find the Capital hotel
a pleasant place i<» stop. It is couven-
iently situated, and the rales are very
moderate. See the ad iu unother col-
Kincaid Ouildkhs Co. This drug
(1 riu is doing a big business, but IheY
want to greatlY increase it. They have
adopted the right plan—Tliev will
use printers' lok. If TOU an-getting
readr to paint vour house or barn, let
them tnako estimates on paints for
N ml mo Kiucuiri.
(i K. Harford,
Altant mid Will Cbninjii'in,
!,. Uotulj. n»»I Uarnry Woolvcrton.
Discovered l»y u Woman.
Another groat discovery has been
made, and that too. by a lady in this
con n ti y. "Jloeaao t'.isliuied
clutches upon her and for seven years
*iie withstood its severest test, but her
vital organs were undermined and
dmitli seemed imminent. Fur tl.ree
months she coughed incessantly, ami
could not sleep. She llimlly discovered
a way to recovery, by purchasing of
us n bottle or l)i King's New Discov-
ery for (lonaumption, and was so much
reihe 'ed on taking lirst dose that she
slept all night; and with two bottles,
has been absolutely cured. Her name
is JMis .Luther Lutz." Thus writes
W. C. iranniiMc X Co., or shelby, N. C.
Trial I bottle free at I> McCoiinehey
dnnr store. IVegular si/.e 50c and i.00.
Evojy bottle guaranteed.
■J?1> the Public.
'i'lii! l'aloc J steam lauudry has just
established in ngency ut this place,
Willi T. J. Waylleld, a responsible
voimpc man oi" Rood reputation, liive
hitu a trial and we assure you that,
you will patronize no other. If yon
wish your laundry sent lo any other
point, sav Yukon. Shawnee. McLoud,
l'urcBll or KiIid ond, from our place,
in Oklahoma ('Aty. notify Mr. May
Held, and it will lie sent without extra
charge- Yours in sincerity.
1*ALACE; STKAM I.AUNDtiY.
Yellow Jaundice Cured.
SulTeriiig humanity should be sup-
plied with every means possible lor iis
relief. It is with pleasure wo publish
Ihe following; "This is to certil'v that
1 was a terrible suffering from Yellow
Jaundice for over six months, and
wan treated by som<» of the physicians
in our city and all to no avail. Dr.
Hell, our druggist, recomended Elec
trio Bitteia;- and alter taking two
bottles, I was entirely cured. I now
take greate pleasure in recommending
them to any person suffering from
this terrible itiulaclv. I am gratefully
yours, M. A llogarty, Lexington,
Ky." Sold by 1). McCoiinehe) clrug-
The Sales of Hood's Sarfiaparllla
arc the largest in the world because
the cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla are
w onderful, perfect, pcrmauent.
Hood's Pills are the best family
cathartic and liver mediciue. 20c.
A SLUGGISH BRAIN ....
Is caused by Imperfect Digestion and Disorder
' in the Liver and Bowels*
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS
IS A BOON TO BRAIN WORKERS.
It purifies the bowels, strengthens and regulates the
liver, aids digestion, promotes vigor of body,
cheerfulness and mental activity.
It purifies the bowel
liver, aids digesti
80ld BY all DRUQQI8T8.
PRICE 91.00 per bottle.
klNCAlD-CHILD^Rs CruR Co.
FROF£SSIONAL. Eat Your Meals
Why remain sickV If troubled with
Scrofula, Scrofulous Humor, Boils,
Humors oil the face. Catarrh, etc.,
we ask that you give Dr. .Simmons'
Satsa pari I la a trial. Fifty cents and
There is no pain or discomfort when
Tabler's Huckeye Pile Oiulmeut. is
used. It relieves that itching increas-
ed by scratching. It is prepared with
scientific accurancy and professional
knowledge, and is the kind that cures
blind bieeding, itching and protruding
piles w illi no pain or loss of lime-
Farmers, if you want a good price
for your spring chickens sell now to
Haskins-Chainpion Met . Co.
To Cure » C* »ltl In One Day.
Tftke I.HXRtive aron o Cjiitnlne TnliletM. A1
I>riiKKiHCrt itfluml liiu D \Ouey if It liiil* t«> I 111 e
The dark brown
breath you have in tlie morning is
caused by an inactive liver; some
medicines relieve tor a while; others
for a few clays, but Herbine cuies.
Hunt's Cure for itching piles.
Hunt's (hire for ringworm.
)lunt's Cure for tetter
Hunt's Cure lor eczema.
Hunt's Cure all skin troubles.
Is your child puny, p^ked and peev-
ish? Does it have convulsions? It so.
it has worms, White's Oream Vermi-
fuge is the only sale cure. Every bottle
is guaranteed, 25c !)• Mcouuehey.
special Navy Supplement.
The subject of our Navy is one
which is all •engrossing' at the present
time, and the desire f>ir accurate and
reliable information concerning oar
vessels has induced the Sclentltlc
American to publish a Special Navy
Supplement of 40 pages, with 00 illus-
trations. Every effort lias b« *n made
to explain what the Navy is. Compar-
isons have been drawn, not only be-
lt......... 4i,nui'imu IvnA.i i>f vessels,
Did You ever see Fine
black, all-wool Cork-
screw suits sold at
$6? Other firms get
I,I.AN (I. T. CHILDERS,
Physician and surgeon-
Privsite office in old Kemp Hotel. Oftlec
Ki■ raid-Childeis Drug Store.
All calls answered promptly.
,'SOO fairs 10-4
at 24 i cents.
Fine fast colored India lawn
at !i cents.
W. M. HATFIELD,
Physician nnd surgeon.
Calls answered dny or night. Oillcc
mii-/ k, k. uai.stis, -
llo'ii'I I'ur W wk—
South side llaly Aveiuie.
For first-class painting and paper-
H. C. ROCHE,
I ai'TIIRIE, O, T, No. 1*21 >£ Okla, Atoiiuc
tween the various types of
but also between different.
the same class. The descriptions are
couched iu untechnical language, »nd
after a careful reading of this number
any one can discuss the merits ot" the
various vessels very much as he would
tallc of the good and bad points of a
horse. The clear diagrams showing
the differences between these modern
fighting machines render analyses of
tbis hurt easy. It is beautifully Illus-
trated by half tone engravings and
woodcuts showing not only the naval
vessels thenselves, but guns, gun
turrets, conning towers, steering
apparatus, etc. This number has a
colored cover and colored map of Cuba.
Price, 25 cents. Munn A. Company.
361 ltroadwoy. Npw York, are the
McClure'* Magazine Tor July.
The opening article of McClure's
Magazine foi July portrays tlie pri-
vate and otlicial lite of President Mc-
lv i ii ley from the lirst dawn ofthe war
cirisis down almost to the present
moment. Only four of our Presidents
taste and horrid | have had lo conduct u war; and how
President Mckinley conducts one is
liete related with a most interesting
wealth of detail. The illustrations of
the article consists of typical war time
scenes in the White House and De-
part numbs, drawn from life, and a
number of excellent portraits frcm
recent special photographs.
Stephen Honsal, who was himself a
participant in it, tells the story of
"The First Fight oil Cubian Soil" in
our war willi Spain, and his article is
interestingly illustrated from photo-
graphs taken by himself. Cleveland
Moffett's account of ••The Paste t
Vessel Afloat"—the "Tuibinia," which
easily makes forty miles an hour—is
the narrative of a thrilling and unioiie
experience as well as the description
of a most remarkable invention.
General Miles, In an account of his
personal experiences as one of the
guests of honor at the Queen's Jubilee
gives a most impressive exhibition of
•♦The Military and Naval Glory of
Knglund." Anthony Hope's novel.
"Rupert of Ilentzau," is concluded in
this number in a consistently line and
heroic way, the interest never pausing
to the last word W A. Fraser and
Octave Tlianet contribute good short
stories, and Henry Newbolt and Ed-
mund Russell contribute notable war
poems. Perhaps the most striking
contribution, however, is Mr. Henry
Norman's paper of impressions of
America as lie ilnds it on revisiting it
in war times. As one of the editors
of the London Chronicle, miking
tours of special observation into all
parts of the world, ho Englishman by
birth, but by education in part an
American, Mr Norman's views have
au exceptional value, His admiration
ofthe United States is verv hearty,
and he believes that a future alliance
between the United States and Great
Britain is inveitable.
$1(75 men's fur hats at 90 cts
W H. MATTHEWS,
Attorney at Law.
I ninke a fpenally ol' Loitnw, Collection*,
I n our ti lice and I lent KiUato. Notary Public
W. S. Calvert,
Heal Estate. T,o»ns, Collections and
Insurance Agent. Lauds bought
and bold on commission.
&3-Onioe hi Kntkri'hike Building.
fllTY BARBER SHoP
All kinds of TONSORIA L ARTIST work Uouc
LADIES' and children's lialr cut ATIIOMK.
Kiizora honed and full concaveil, CJlycerino
•hainpoo paste and fiagnini face cicam lor mile
Agents for the
KANSAS STEAM LAUNDRY.
(So. 4G07— Firnl published June 24, 1898.)
Notice For Publication
La ii 4 olllcent (< utline, O. T.,.lnne20, 18jih.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
iiii111«*,I r-eiiler has'fl'ed miliceofhcr I'liientlun lo
imike lluul proof in Hiippoit id her rlnim. mid
tlintnti'l prntd will he made befoi e lh« Itegiaier
ti ml Uoceiver «»f ihs U. S. Limit uIHck at (iuthrio,
O. T. on Ainrii*t '2. Ia»s, viz:
Al'M'STA K. WKOOEN,
If. K No. 11787. for lots 8,4, 5, ami Ihe south-
east quarter ol the norlhwent ipiarler of section
S, township 18, north of rsnxe 1 east. She
unities the InliowiDK witnesses to prove her
continuous residence upou and cuitivatiou of
»ai<l hind, viz:.
Mclviu Kairchlld. Herman If. Sherman and
(leorge l». H .Jenkins all of Marena, O, T., and
William Raxtion ol C>aikson. <>. '1'.
JOHN J. HOLES. Register.
'l'he editor of the Evans City, Pa
Globe, writes. "One Minute Cough
Cure is rightly named. It cured my
children after all other remedies
failed." It cures cough, colds and all
throat and lung troubles. D. McCon
Get old papers of us to put under
youi carpets—20 cents per hundred.
Subscride for your home paper—$1
Men's good sliiits at 25 cents.
$2.50 ladies' line dress shoes
Ladies' Satin Calf shoes $1 00
Men's fine solid dress shoes at
Yard Wide Percale. (U cents.
Everything in same
"Sledge Hammer Man."
Yours, anxious to please.
Woolverton & Son
CITY MEAT MARKET,
JAKIt KAI.Ell, J'ro|irietor.
Tlie best and freshest salt and
cured meats; I pay highest cash
prices for poultry and game.
A. II. NORRIS, Prop.
A Nice, Clean, Quiet Place to go and i a
n good pqunrc meal, Meals 20cents; Lodg
Ing '.JO cents. One block south of bank.
Feed Yard In Connection.
Testifies to Benefits Received From
Dr. Miles' Remedies.
All kinds of i Ruling
transferring and deliv-
ering prompt')' attend-
ed to. Meets all trains.
E. K. RICH A KDSON,
Money! Money!! Money!!!
TO LOAN ON
FARMS AT TEN I'Ett OEN'l.
Money Ready. No Delay.
II. H. 11AUAN
Over Ilanlc Of IndianTerritory,
TnERE Is no moro responallilo position
on earth than that of a railroad engin-
eer. On liia steady nerves, clear brain,
bright cyo and perfect self command, de-
pend tho safety of the train and tho lives
of Its passengers. L>r. Miles' Nervine and
other remedies are especially adapted to
keeping the nerves steady, the brain clear
and the mental faculties unimpaired.
Engineer F. W. McCoy, formerly of 1323
Broadway, Council IllulTs, but now residing
at 3411 Humboldt St., Denver, writes that he
"Buffered for years from constipation, caus-
ing sick, nervous and biltous headaches and
was fully restored to health by Dr. Miles'
Nerve & Liver Pills. I heartily recommend
Dr. lUltt' IWmedles."
Dr. Miles' Kemediosl
are sold by all drug*!
gists under a positive!
guarantee, first bottle!
benoflta or money ro-l
funded. Book on dla>r
eases of the heart and|
DU I11LE8 MEDICAL OO., Elkhart, lad.
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