The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1905 Page: 5 of 8
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JF S? St
I I sTl SI rt We Sell
f if ! Clothing
Xutr&rff&i Than any
One Price Ciothier
Have You Seen Them
Have ycra seen our New Spring Suits coat
extra long wide collars and lapels shapely
slioulders wide trousRrs. with all the late
Mnlcs in cut and tailoringl
If you have not seen them you are missing
The Swellest Suits of the Sea.som are Here.
Staglo and double breasted iii the new
brown and grey mixtures or in broken
chucks and stripes.
Our Spring Suit Display will certainly be a
feast for the man who wishes style and dur-
ability at moderate cost
PRICE ?5 $0.50 $?.50 8.80 $10 12.50
$15 $16.50 $18 and $20-
U WHI Pay yj s
Yov f - si
To investi- f77 -
gate our L-Jf If 0 0"V
clothing and ZV LKJLJsJ
prices. We yT X i IS . .
store- Gnthrie's Leading Clothier
COUNTY COURT HOUSE. (J
lTotete Judg Strang today marHed
ClMurlca Colvln age SI and MUw Grace
Cox mu 30 both of Hutchinson. Kan..
tn tlte oltloe. The romance of the Sun-
' 4 flver aata culminating in the Land of
the Pair Ood certainly mahwi a al fl-
County Commissioner Favor Is In the
city attending a meeting of the board
At the lat session he could not c pre
ent. owing to the slckiss of his wife.
itr. FaVor any his wife is much Im-
Notice for bids for th cmstiu tion of
the bridge at Coyle and lh on- north of
III ilty across the Cimairon rlvti. whl.h
were recently demolished by the heuy
loo floes were posted today.
Chatrnum Burk.' of the board of county
MuiimlMtoners Is one of the best men
thai ever held that place. lie is devoted
1 btpStnN und Ids ambition is to do
lssin county audi service iruit when his
liroi is doaad the people can not say that
fetfiltfl did not attempt to do what was
'-Jty bridges to be built across the dm
. 'jT-ain river will be of the beat material
t(t Will probably cost the county some-
'iMng like H.f0 or $16000.
5 Mr. iquotwli a brtde contractor who
la building several bridges throughout
' -tcVi caaaty was at the court liouae today
(aenrulUng th commissioners.
afisa Lou 8ttanj Probate Ju1ge
MrMTig's clera declares that she Is not
nuinlng a inariiacc bureau but delights
vr inucb to make out mart-luge cert ill -tiitea.
County Clerk Ed Trnpp le us busy as
a tec th-ne days at the court house. Ed
lM dropped into his work like an old
ttnitr and Is proving a courteous and
obliging otflciul. And his dipuiy popular
loo McKeown Is in tue samu boat.
I: Is now siild that the sanitarium will
ntv-r be removed from Norman to Fort
Fupply. Alieady a program has been
ociopleted to defeat rumnal.
"'be mutter of building new bridges
ovci the Cltoairon here and at Perkins
grows argent. The county not only needs
: gggByl TOOLS M .MT h 1
y m trf1 -ira .v r
I S 1 " Tr--r c3:c:ulV ' Jju- I
91 ri. Iln Cur Ifl nc Oi n't allow ihl'ignto ma down too c do your own re- W
m lit Ui ioi laUJ " paii iiK i kutipiied with j;ood reliable to.U. We're a B
H lare an I tp eudul -locn to nt.ei t tioni a
in Oklahoma 1
new bridges bat a new court house as
well. The old board of county commts-
slonrs left the count) In bod shape
r.uny of the funds are exhausted and
extra levies will ave to bo maoe this
The federal grand Jury la in session
at the county court Itf-use. It Is behe p l
that mit era pertuinlng to the ohl Cap-
itol National bank are under oonsuUnt-
lion. CirV BRIEF?.
Thi w.iKo-i fa toi 1 t ii ik est itilNhid In
uthrW U H A (Jiffiux is n irtns 0111-
plii.on and will soon bv la op latlon
poll dcr irtn cm Ii is
nowada)s tliin to all is.
little i Nc
Ji ilKi CHs'iiith niihiil i liitci tins
iiHiintiK lioin his son Kilutn who n-
l.Mtd for thi naw a few dis iK" Th.
tlllld Was po-tlllMlked Noifolk i but
Valwin Hi me ilia' lie Would hoom b on
hM way to Ntwpoit K I . hri he will
utund a training .hiinl foi a whlli te-
torc joining the u.iImIhr- ship lie . x-f.-tssed
himself is bulnfc hi loe will.
the life of a sailor already.
Miss Grace Manning is very sick at her
home 603 Ea; Oxlahoma.
Mrs. Ira Holbronk wire of Rev. Hol-
virook pastor of the West Outhile Con-
urvg itlonal church Is quite sick
E'vers Whlte the big potato grower of
f iiicwaiomie county and president of
tr territorial board of ugrliuiture Is In
the city today on oltlcial business.
rrlseo gent Wilsh bus reason to feel
I road of nts so-. J C Walsh of Chicago.
' ne young nw is uiily twenty-four years
of nge and is employed with Spauldinu'
tt MllliT the big Chicago luiabtr firm
A few diys ago l.e received an ofier of
i. 600 per year to go wltr tre Cotton
M It i.umbei comrany but rather than
pail with h"n Hpaulolng Jk Miller raised
hb salary to W.CMKi Young Walsh sells
raoio lumber from the Chicago office than
al! the traveling salesmen.
i Ruth Jores of De'Mclnes In. has
ii lived in tl.e city and will practue with
Miss Blltwbeth (ullowaj. whe his been
ir Outhrie during the Inter connected
with the legislature in ih capacity of
committee dirk left loday for her home
at Nwov. I T. Miss Ualloway is very
popular with 6nthlle people.
a. e. mii
'iff fruni Topek i
F. . Dctriy i hr today from Topeka.
B. Jough It I ere fiom Oklahoma
Vllltarn F. Jltotev of I'-tden. I T In
In the pin
V . B. TVnll of eedalla
In the city
Mo In a Isltor
K A. Powers 1 In the city today from
R V. Sm.th of
capital ct'y today.
M irshull was In th
J W. Sm'th of Maple Cllj.
rie.ilng Guthrie toii.
Kni . In
Henry L Vesper nirlvid In the capital
city today frnm Tipeka.
S S. Lawn nee h is -turned from a le-
gtl trip to Oklahoma CIt
Charts H. I-rltchntd .if Wichita in u
business taller in tm rlty.
Mi. and Mr- n
tku are In Outhrh
W IVmbcrton of To-
today Arthur P Harris of Ht Joseph Mo I
a visitor In U..th le today.
1 he codlfvlng lommlttce will possibly
Itnieh it work thin week.
II. . Ingrim of 1 exlngton o T. spent
tht- diy In the c tpitnl city
J. C. Graves of Springfield la transact-
ing Important business here.
V W. Bash and Charles B Wilson are
In the city from Chaiidn r toda)
Jlr. and Mis Janes Axley of Arkansiw
Clly were vlmlng in Cluihikt tooay.
J. J. Andrews and H H
homo. City were li CJJlhii
f. B. Wade of l)n-iin t
Pitt of Okla-
T . a nourish
ing young cltj us in 'Juthiie tod.iy
Ira Gregg of 1'irdmont is In t'ie c'pitnl
city today on s$.ilii husimss matins
Mi. and Mrs. Q. V
lis Minn arc in th
If J. V-tndenbuiu
capital city todoj !
. n of Minn .io-M-lllIlK
fi ii lids
1 in-1 is 'n th-
poi i.mt bu-lm hv
Ml. und Mrs. John V .--liir It of Mo md
Clt Mo are m Di iit lsii!nf: fi I mis
Mrs. P. J i'i-v iii of (ikliilimna rii
Is In Outhile Isii1iik In i slstir. Mis
Kit O. Baldwin
H. It. Slailhi of )'iii Is hi ri tod iv on
OlbeJal liiilios Hi In ngistti ol d i ds
Of Nobl ciuntj
Mlfis () rtlud lunt ' the jruest of
Plri and Mis U"irge 1. Holler u Sllll-
WiiPr tliU nek
I'ultor HoiKe of theeXinnan Tninsnipt
ins 111 thi tlty tod.iy on business with
'iiiiitoilal Sup'taD ii lints
he ' Hem re of Jim ioinp.ini niriMd
'I tin U this ifiemoon .nil will pi !j ut
i ii ilrooks ln iin to' ight
Ciulwlik of Kauris i'lt w.is In
wipllil nt la-t nifchi I !! .re
nidi d to mi i i h nlvi l K
' plltj 1 lited Si il. K
h s i ' mi u i ti
" Mill 1 l 111 P IS l
l Don W ii-
.i i nwiinli
I"' i il bio.
' ii I a v
to K I I
ii ti -
' 1 I'll
I-1 1 d 1-
it il h.i
u r i ii v
i - mil
t Vil i
.- l inj.s
LUI n to
I J . si
fi;eilff lohn Oximiip of Canadian counlv
was In the city tuuay. He returned front
J.aiiaiiig Kiuis . this looming where lis
took thiee riisoneis f."jm Canadian
Jol.n Bmbi of Cliandler a farmer pro-
Late Judge of Ijti ohi count) now u can-
did ite on th i public in tlikol for i.iuyor
of Chandler Is in Oinhilo tocLiy on legal
J .oinr I la 'in- r K ins s i'lt a whlk
rich Loan s ni l.oi nlgt I in the i.ipltal
e.ty Mr Halncr s.iid Hi it Guthple Is
u of the lesi il.'is foi its slxe lie has
m n foi a long liioe
Mi and Mis Geori Wlletler of Paw-
t te puxsed ;hro ! Cuthrle ytslerday en-
louti ftoni Kjit V. or l n T" . whi re tin y
haM beu mltlnp foi sneml weeks to
'he Intiiior and window deioiatlon
of the araml L.i.id r ..re the moat attrai-
tie i vti seen In thik illy Mr Cuason
. nd Mr "orsyth aei"-e gieat iredlt for
irnkiiiK sncli .in a 1 1st I. showing
1 he following musk lo ers from Ed-
nir.nd weie hue last nlglit to hear Mn-
lek H. A Hill B II Jane Mule Mi -Coy
Dr f II Flesner Venia W.laer
and Mr. and Mis C. I. Blake
Mr an I Mrs Kd Nichols wo hau
i'tit: vlsitlnr Ir Mury'ujid ana Virginia
foi feverul wwks and who ut tin Jed the
I il. Identtul tniupuratlo'i c-eremonles
huc returned to I ho city. They report
luit-ing had a pleasant trip
' BUly MeOtntr n ranchman from
western Oklahoma and an ix-rough rider.
was in th rtty today lie was acorn-
paaied by Big aisle- In -law. Miss Iv.i
Pickering of Inails who wid visit with
Mr and Mr. Mothnty on tin- ranch fo.-
a few month.
I oalJ F Dnv'ano of Kwsas City spa-
rlal counsel tor the Heim Brewing cam-
pany. Is lu Out brio Mr luvlaoa Is one
of tbo brightest young lawyers In thy
west Me is n king a tiip through Okla-r-iu
looking after the He'iti proporllt)
la nrioa parts 01 trie tertiiory.
M. aad Uts. K. W. BraAstew. und
A GOOD DEAL Or NONtJENSB
Abo it "Bleed Purlfieri ' and Tonics "
I i'iy drop of Wood rr bone nerve
am. llU in ile body eii be renewed
In but one .i) Hurl i Imi l from whoh--nn
food properly dlaesleil There Is
no oth r n) am tlv ldM thnt n nied
leii.e m Itself run purify the 1 lood or
si pr'y tfW i Issue nrd strong nerves Is
iMilrufouS nml on i iwr with the foMe-
rol that dyspepsia or Indigestion Is n
Kerm dlsense or thnt other full ir th-it n
ek lotn.U'h Willi Ii ri fuses to digest
food can be made to tin so Iv Irritating
nt.d tnlismlng the hoWel c pills and ci-
thirties tuarf vsiepls Tablets cure Inrtt-
Ktlon soul ntomach. gai and bloat-
ing ater men Is. !i-miir they furnish the
directive p-liuiple whlrh wenk stom-
iii lis luck. ind. iiMles tm diflelen.v of
rp-ln unit d'nutnse Is supplied It Is um -!"s
to itteinpt to cure stomach t-Yiub'.e
by the use of "tonics ' pills" and -ea-t
turtles" which lime absolutely no di-
gestive powir and their only effect Is to
Blvu tempo r ry stimulation
One grain of th i -letli-e prlnolp.e
Ir "Ittlirt's Pyspet h Tnhl.-ts will digest
thltr thoustind g alns of meat eggs and
-radar foods and expirlments have
ftaiwn that thev e 111 do tins In a glass
brittle at i proper t."mpetiiture but of
C"Ute are much mote effeetlie In the
Therf is probably no remedy so unl-
virsallv used "is Stuart's Tablets because
I' l- not only the sick and ailing hut
AM' pecpl who use them ut ev.ry inenl
to Inajre dlgiMlon and assimilation of
l'eople who enjoy fair health take Stu-
art Tablets as itgularly ns they take
their meals heniiise tl ev want to keep
well. Prevention l b-tter then cure and
Stuart's Oyspepbla Tablets do both- thev
prtiient Indigestion ind they remove I
wlme It exists. Thi tegular use of one
ot two of tbem atter im iIr will demon -st.
iite theli merit and itflileiuy better
tlun atvy ot'icr uiuniint
am aunt of Assistant Territorial Secre
tnry J M. MtConnell left today for their
hotne In Pleaaint Hill O They have
1 ern visiting In Outhrie and Perk'na for
mm ml weka. Mr. and Mr. Brandon
at irand old people and enjoyed their
xit-ii In the Umd of the Fair Uod Im-
WAS GETTING FAMILIAR
Colored Preacher and One
of His Flock Startle
-t llivllt llliOII! PI o
! d Ii ll I 1 H
t ! ill 111" I oll.M 1 M
Eolith i i Odd slu t
i lo k quarrel
I.miiis the new
in ill in i m church
and latoch Mi -
i III i u" ibi i of 'in p i-lor s flncJc Which
i in e ill ii 'isuttliic Iii a tiiiRidv.
A- soon us the stood pastor had finished
111" oik a' the climb a niaj being
n l ioRie he Hhh Mullll and a num-
lii i o' inlored mi n mil womin started
fir thilr uspnihe hoi 11 M (ilia. It Is
alli'l ed opmul uf on In Lyons. He
..n um 1 tin mil Isut of the gospel of get-
1'ifc too iaiiilli..r aroiinil ills house. The
jMiieher trb-il to expliln that he always
WMts the women luembeiit of his church
mill that this wa a Kill of his many
duties wlili h Cod lomiuatids him to do.
McUill could no. imdei stand the explan-
ation Thi quiml ki -w woise and ivorse
until th Kniii.i Ke mill i id tniiks we-rt
f i lied west of tin ilmifh Hure the
iiiniiil deiilop. d Into leal lighting.
Women l.i uan siiemning and there was
i M.itternuiit -if the nowd foi an In-
At hi si ik ' Is sill MOlll drew
a iiiolnr nl ib laud Ilia' ho would
(Low . s .. t f r irr how
lo iiiiddli iioaud h's homi when he
. mi t th it i thlh tbn.it the minis -
i tiinintid in us nls hi i i ane but
.bn h -in tin Kl(ilnil iolver as
in lull i' ts iiinii! n isii d ii n round in
Iin nsi nilinhi n diopp md veiled for
a II' fiio if tin ie mm in i hi Mowdrun
lo i mi 11 i .n-i lilnlli llo dooi open
bil iiislnil in ib phone will cut letting
ui in uihints kimw what k the mat-
i'i This (iiu'iii n Do pi oplci of the
I in i .ii 'I to i ih b i Iii i w nd It was
iin ukIo Hint tin v.niii n i In 1 1 would nci d
the m i M - of a pin sli Inn
irHinis J ik-or. mil Mnlioney were
Mum on tin si i in "I tioubl" McGlll ha-l
lone Sit Id Jink-en Wli.it s the mut -
In " Ttie rieiiini ii plh d that McGlll
. n- kiiImk to i.i'l Ii I ii i in. I asksd the of-
Iliilh to ni-si li I hi lb nfticers said
lli'' nil.! not di It Inmost they did
net know wIpHhi or not Mi CJI11 hud n
ieolei Thi in itter was dropped u'
tills. Tin otlbiis lilt having made no
effort 't .nl io n st tin n.jtio whom the
preacher ba i 1 1 arged vvitn diawlng a n-
valver on him and the negroes o' the
i''.ih w ird once more fell asleep la qulv-
irlng beds and ritless dreams.
ORAL ARGUMENi BBQUN
D'cr the Local Land Office In Case of
Stewart vc Robinson.
ViMerdiy afternoon In the lot al land
oft.' i th o a! argument in the cwu of
gtiw.irt vs Itohlnron waj begun b At-
liiney Nm ly of Wtllslon for tin on-
tinmt Attorni) Hi rod will follow it.
nu argumint f t l conn slant and At-
torneys Saddler und HaiilMon Hill make
lb irgunient lor th. rontestei
'this use Imolvis m eighty um tract
of tine land near KuJUs. 'Hit i.iiui for
action Is abandonment
BOODLE RUMOR IN NEBRASKA.
Oriiha Paper CHarqc Corruption Agalntt
Omaha Neh. Mui.Ji il A siuaatioi
ii (aust I here hen uii af moon pk-t-n
printed i barges that u lepresuntatlve
ii ii atiii- f n.-.loi tal combine Pud ap
proached county officials und demanded
11 't-iuaanJ dollars for thy pasaugi
through f iv. t bod of a bill In which all
oint ijf.i ern ir i Ir'neslei
The aim j pet son U said to have up-
proaLhed ofcials of evviy oounty in the
Ntete with tn san'" proposition
Knewtes Osnles Absurd Story.
T.dltor Lvader It is reported that
Jo''H Cat-.-i will appoint ine assistant
cfiiif If I g-l out in 4 work for him and
hi 'a elected Tins is u ino.Hi lous false -bbcJ.
Cites Kut promised me notlilag-
"3te irtayoi' acuf eounttl would UkHy have
aMnethlruf w say about appointees Tne
' ry vnti .lonhllesa Insgdred by di p-jol-ited
iKuirt wilt ooka in flobart
PLANS MAY BE CHANGED
Federal Building Mny be
John You ig superlntf ndtit ot etm-
t. net Ion of the feileral building Has re-
i ved tiifiirmatli ii trorr Washington to
tin iffwt tr it ail.litionnt plans arc being
m le Tor the iluthile bnlMlng. What
th i plans are Is not known
Mr nung .i. It is l!k Iv that sn
li i r men t ano improMniema are to be
in id over the orlk-lnnl specinrntlons. and
It mi tie tlni a talid stnrv la being
lltgiirdt'- of this commttnlcntlon from
tc Upattment at W iSblngton sjuperln-
r.lent Young Is continuing with the
wot k of instruction Considerable gran -lie
In lik and sinl work for the first
stoiv Is in Mate
pome little trojble has been experi-
enced In procuring material especially
gia'ilte ftotn the Chickasaw nation.
Local Happen I no ef City and Ttrntery
The knocker Is not Wanted 'n Uuthrle
Iii) 'ountj will hold a fair In October
Covington la to have a graded school
W.i tonga s
bias band his teen re-
too will have a system
Akhi-r for mayor
Medfonl clilms to ha'
nmikels In the territory.
will run W. H.
e thi beat local
'I he Midland alb v villi soon be opernt-
Irn through Pnwhiisku
'ituie -nc tnfr y-one men
stntMit in the Tec irnm h tall.
Frnnk Fia-inlgan. a prominent man of
L.iv. ton Olid t Chbkaeha Saturday
John O 1-lndMiv Is the nomine" for
i '.nor on the cltisens ticket at Norma n
A first class gitnelub has been organised
a' Covington u imall town In Garfield
t'ltstdent Rtlliaell o' the Orient and
otlor lupltiiilHis Visitnl Caiiam last
PiMiple who know how to nul'd tin and
lav with a elly are the people that
C 1 1 hrle neeCs.
I ymnn Williams a 14-year-old hoy.
broke Into a niomy driwer at Lawton
and stole eleven dollars
Beveril bottles or biLKts jmd fifty dol-
lnn In moncv weie stolen out of a drug
store at Orient the other night.
A new ruling Is that all cases against
ns or thlr property In Oklahoma
must be brought in the district court.
The one wheel rider who advertises
' 1 hf American Tianip" show was horse
whlrped In Until liist Saturday. He run
Into a S-year-old child.
Last Sunday night thievta bioke Into
In Klowi Oln company s boiler room at
lloh.irt and stole the lubricator and other
ii'issaiv apparatus from the engine.
iCarl Havlghorsi for city treasurer
la a first rate selection. Carl will go
The next time Oklahoma City startH
out to take a cermur. r-he will count
each man three times at atart-eff.
Outhrie will not take advantage of
the charter bill operative only In cities
or 25.00 people. The capital city will
wlirgle along without a board of public
J. M. Urooka should bo warmly sup-
ported by the voters of the Krt ward
In his race for the city council. Brooks
Ir a strong man and has at bean the
interests of the city.
Mitchell candidate for chief of po-
l.ct. really has no legal residence here
but he Ik keeping the matter quiet He
hax prumJeed If elected to appoint
.Ii hn Matthews and JacnKon (colored)
n i hi police force
What the people of Cut hrle want Is
the red'Htrtcilnj: of the dtv The preit-
WORSE EVERV YEAR.
Isnty ot C 'thrle People Have the Same
Don't mgliil ar ui hln. link
It will ;et UOISI IVliy vl
Ha'kaibi is ri ill v kldin u h
To line the buk von must in th
I 11m v
If ou dou ot n i k.iliM I s f in
I'rln.iiv tioibles dial i - I iibi iii--eiise.
A (illlhlle iltlxen I' Ml loll how - till I
' lire Is 'as; I
II C llbbl. who nintl llvisl al 611
Kiri-t strit I 'llt.s
"When a nu.n las xhaunti-il all hts '
knowledge of stand rd icirudln .aid inid-
Unes whun P haf- tib-d uvcolhlug
ahtih his f i lends r ism mended and still
I Is bark aches and when this has been
going en for rPe or six tears. Ii la no
a under ha becomes cntlmsl wtlc about
he m -ns ut at l.tsl employs to get re-
lief I -nt to J N Walbwea drug
store for Doan v Kidney r'llls 'I n in. t-
i vent t ured me f nil curt d no. onts a lame
i nd acldng UoJi but too frequent action
of the kidney sutritioita. To suy that 1
"mi pleased lo endorse I oiu a Kidney
1'llls f'bly cxfiriasfut nij opinion of the
le nedy '
For .ile bv .11 ilc.Ji rs 1'ii.c 50 cents
Fos' l-Jui.l am C iluffalo N V sole
lig. nts tor the L il 'I Htiilrs
Reuiembi r t.'C mi'ii- lioan ojid Like
I i.O othr
HiK Grade Clotkier aid Furnisher
We have been made the
Agents for Guthrie of this Cele-
brated -Hat and we are in receipt
of the new Spring Shapes. " Call in
and Let Us Show You.
High Grade Clothier and Furnisher
PLAINLY MARKED PRICE
NICELY furnished rooms with bnth
at No. S20 K. Noble nve.
U W. Noble.
ortt mnyor mid council lolutoly ro-
fUM to ltsetl Die requwu of tho poo-
plo and a HantibUonn. leglalnttire turn-
ed down three Umoa a moasuro cnl-
eiilnletl to do the capital olty great
good. Duke and the CltltenB ticket
pledge themelvee to redlstrlct the
Nelson la regarded as the mysterious
stranger on the ring ticket Nelson
' has it In" for Hepburn candidate for
attorney Bnd wanta him removed from
the ticket but Hep will not Hand for
any free-lunch gtali.ng Nelson Is not
a bad ft How personally neither le
Hep. hut politically both are KuKHiaii
M K. & T.
From March lit to May lGtlt the
Katy win sell one way cnionltt tick-
eta to the northwest: Hillings Mont.
and interni'uaiule pointt ?J145
Hinsdale. Mont.. fSl 45;
Logan and Cardtncr $2500; Helena
nutte and Intermedial? $2a00; iihh
kae rcU'mhers; and Intermediate f27
fiO; Portland and 3aooma $10 00
AIo during wmv d.ites will cell to
nearly all California points at $25.00.
Lewis & Clarks Exposition
Portland Jute 1st t October 15th
special Jays only $49.10
Information In regan. to thtae aud
many other cheerfully given
K. J BEST Agt
Are the nio.t liuereatlng ol til thi
Natursil Wondora n America. Thes
wonderful ''avfniK are lfitcd annfally
by IhuUMiiiils of tourists from th f
tiu.iirv and abroad They ne pro-
ioun"'i by stl-intlstA the niuf mat'-
nifleent work il nan re It would wel!
itspay nou to take ho t mo in trni
u visit to 'hem 1 li y art- l''n miles
iouth of l.diiljvllle Kyii-ir he
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
and iho undersigned wll be kUi! t
o-re vuii rates jri train Hihe'iiln
or siud you a boajtltul fully Illustrate J
8 pas bt kl't s vlng an Intercd.lnc
riesT'iit!i.. t'f the c remtrlu.b'.i
C. L TONB O. P. A.. Leu'evillc Ky
ALL AND THAT PRICE RIGHT
an h h iiusii h
t First published In the Unity L-adtr
March 20 1006 )
1. C M. names -nr'of the i'y of
Outl.rle Oklahoma Tfnrta b v i u-
(I the power and autnoTy vistnt n t r
tj the laws of the twrltory of tiiuaho'u-x
do hereby lirocaltn fitld duclarc tl- it ti
unnual city electldtfj
held in rvlJ.
city on the ttb day on.
1 1 100 1
for the purpose of elect
Mayor city attor 'ay
Ji'lKt city Measure. nlK'
i.-er of the icho.il board street cottiirns
t lonei city asiieBBor.
Vh-o one meiaber of the city -our U
end on n ember of the board of t do. v-
tlon from the First ward of said iltv
(ne nember ol the ( ity coum II aud
two Mirtobers of the board of edinut 'T
fiom the gerund ward of suld clt.v
'die member of thi Hy council and " i
i.ieinln of the board of education In i
ilu Thlid wanl of si. Id ttv
(jne membei of the t it y coum II iii
im im nibei of th- 'sard of di. t i
lioin tin Puurth want of said (llv
On- member of tin. i It y ioum II I
te number of lb hoard ot nln- m i
linn tin Fifth .ir.l of said clly
Tin voting places in the rc I
v mis .md prennits foi said elutiou u
be nil follows to-wll
first ward HiltMCll building Till i
bemud ward east pruciiu' i
si hool annex Nobb nvinue.
Hi'onil ward west prulnct C't
I'htid 'vard Brooks opera nous.
r"o i Hi wurd Plre station No t
Flfih ward Electric. light plant
The (lectors of said wards and
clncts lo act aa Inspeitors uiin u
lerks ure hereby designated to t
In spec tor Ron Y lieikey.
Judges John Aoar-s. 'in Kngl i
Clerks B. Ridley J T Ken
HK OND WARD-KAHT l'HKCIN' 1
Inspector D. P Won th
Judgis Alva Bildwln Ioc MIoiuin
Cb Iks Frank B Li um C!mib '.
Ki O0 WAJttl WKSV l'KKi'I.Ni I
lui'ior Con Hi illusion
Jmlfc.h John ti Hhnii'i. Paul -N' H :.
'"Inks C C. 'ioi Mb i Nat Bclinell
I ii . tor Tom Torr ihik
I iidK. -U L I'i b e A McCrai k. n
liiks Biotl ( i;. i Kit Cooper
Im-i i lor iJ C HaiKls
Jn'Kis -llinry Wolf June Douglas-
Ink! Ed lludson ilnaui II. And
I' ..p ' tut- iteorge W Tliouipaon
Jinlgie -A J Maishul John Tavlor
' ink- V. W W.ifla. . Harvey olds
I hi 'Ity board oi elii.lon connnlaeii'
is sb.ol con i t of K Helr.ji tlty i I
i ! i x nm lo meni'ii i of said boat I
Hon oiunilsilonerk und Charlee i
nt.r W H Merten
lb. noils siu.il be m i ii from 8 a
i i. itll ( o'clo.k p in uo the di.
.l.i It 'Ion.
!i vv ne a-Ueirof I hive lertuiitn
hand and euustd the se.d of mut .
: (.utlole Oklahoma T.intuij io
n -o . Mixed thin the um duy of M i
'' " C M. Barn.
r. Scixaa City Clera
Publle Traln'ntj Stable.
I have itartetl a public trahilni;
ruble In eofmcvOIra Kith my tKartl
IriK b.ihl iakf at the old N. It. Smi.i
stand ) woHld e pleaaed to coirtv
spiid wUji tlJ- who bat borne ie
race In the 13$ tHuopalga. I gdit ai4
halmii-e up eoltaj.
Specie) attention give to boarders
8. M. Mcainnls Pro.
Beth Phenti 44.
Faio oil arson.
-. Vat&iaCa. 4
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