The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 246, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 16, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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wcVi AUSTRAC'lb OK T11LKS Skh V. M. HRONSOM IN REAR Oi liANR Ob rl)l N lKKKriOKV-
TlT ""' " " "" " .. . WM'-w"rn"'""""l"""l' WfniMiwiiiniBW wnnn iim i mtm fct M B H IP13" 1 If1
I... ..! nil nlmii' tin- lm. XXI.rn
i .. --
tliu word to go nnd the signal k
sound nil along tin-KKVf.N.t str p It
will present dght "oro onlly iin'
tiglncd limn described. Imagine if
you win. fifty thousand men and
... 1 .......llllnlin 111
omctAi. I'Ai'Kitor t.on.xx cot'.vrv.
1JV HtlV HOl'PMA'
1 women or nu ngr " -
till manner of conveyances
Is the Best and Cheapest Paint on the Market.
I V. mull Into tills groat body oi un-
I' . airtvlnir Mtlillioroci- wntii 13 it mai H'" "" ruuu uuruuiuiy uoauiy oi finish
II Alt. V.
i. e month delivered In eltY '.&
V ;J2mc.!ti7. -" .v..:::".::::: i ji
s x month.
O o yenr.
N . 4frt. Cltlehiuco Kxprr.
6: 10 it. in.
N i. 40S. Td. Klwr Hxpirs ... I;i Ji
N 1.422 WiiylicIgM U.lll
hoi Til liiH'M'' ...
S;3 p. tn.
t. am nv.no lltnri- lump. in.
N )! iiir) Oklahoma Kxprnw.. .. I:i: p. m.
i J". vny I'ii itht ij.4.1 n. in.
Passengers should pioi-urc llokot bo-
r no getting on ii"' """
All Intondlnj; SOttlorS sllbuld
..i.nMtUnHI la Mnrrccni-
. L .... .-'.. .1
in ordnr to fnollltato tho work
s t months ad' m I
jo year r' '.
rprr:': - "
to havo your" blanks flllod outgnfiy 80lllown aM a fnutthnt less than '
boforo going to tho booths. one-third of nil who m-ilce tho wild run '
YOU Want blanks approved by at noon to-day do so from a siueore do-1
pronouncod corroct. You can't
afford to make any mistako.
A slight orror might loso your
claim. Wo guarantee "Tho
Loador" blanks to bo abso-
lutely cormct. For salo at
I 'lllo's McEIHInnoys's and
. Is offlco. Supply yoursolvos
All orders and business xvlth Tin:
Lkadkii from Orlunt'io will bo trans-
..-.-.1 .1 . t 1 1.... W-tll.
ncvuti mrouKii m ... .. . ...-
inma nnu Arthur nraitn watte 1ji:adhii
lirnnch olllce opyoslto Itooth.
Tiiex 'm: off I
Now for tho race.
Tlli: bandit are not In tho push.
I.t: xx k your gun at ho'tietoniny
10' Tiir poor S uita I'V conductor.
(Jiim.it Is sulTerlng from nu atttHc of
T.xkk It slow uuil
Vio sttro of your f
run from Orlando.
ho imer xvlll
oomkiib hluu Id carry their ci atoetts
U niled with water.
I iiok WotuaU.haydonu wall xvlth
assistance lie lix-i hail . .
Oni: hundred and
poc do will rttsi
l. a tin i: forc6 of armed deputies-left
th morning for the strip borders.
t r Si-ociiMii will pntrol tho streets
to-dxy with mi armed squad. Away
'tU tho Daltous
lF uuiack U a hard worker .-.ud
sorvu-g of prul for his labor.n in
a" -Sn' strip settlor.
'Ill well! Its too bad th..t the
ocrnth- ndinluislratloii 4 not
t Chronic Urwr tlie pubUajwuiiin.
.r. the html olll.'os inro" built ami
ix u 'lie wells nro sunlt? Wator wns
md every plnco but at Pond Crook.
1ms week TiuVLv illicit has printed '
nnl sold 70000'lihiiiks for lino tu the I
1 ths and over 10.000 to private In-
l.vldttals. lur. booths will bo kept open until
n otu All the Jinn lias registered
Ono can get a certilieato In a few min-
ims at any booth. Th ore Is no ox-
iiiso foranyono not registering.
ttohnkyh and all professional men
xMll do well to rcmembor that Tun
adeh Keeps in htouk blniil.s and
f rmiinf nil lfli.l.. .I..... I I ' "I Illy HUH roSUlUHl III UUIPtll lllltl Mil'
f rms of all kinds drawn uuVXo4viJiJiiitutl aeclaretl olY. .Th.ce
u ce with HiehUtuieA.virniklulionia. I hundrcu NlriVftf?rrtev. arv still
-jLl . Idle the shop b;.. practically jn'i't
SwiM.i'onn roturne.i nt
a. in huvlng I- en up day and night ows comes irom riouons oomity
fn- the last wed. planning nnd work- '; Jhig '"'Jne "jnUelJS
lu to secure registration for all np- Into the building and killed three
r sants. His efforts have luon niitlr colored men and one woman who.
I"g nnd whatever tinty bu said of the i u'era '" -i'il 'h'irgod with murdering
or of tho department bpoei.il " r"nly ''' '"''""''"Vm" 'i
A-.nUSw.nefordund Womack have u T&SHFl
most faithfully. carried t'jum out n. LonsuUlenerul Mason at IVuiiK- '
fort has Informed the sUus dei art-
till OKlahouin tit- .onU'inporary munt that ow in to the abnormal
1 Press ti azotic sec.us to labor
j er the imprlon that unless it
I px right along tollltlir the people
ii a u is u iieinocruuo paper lioiKly
x tlnd that fuct out Tho Press-
Garble Is a good sound Ugmoornlle
paper a sLtemont Tho LKAPHUgladly
ruues In the interest of justice tft our
esict inctt contemiorary.
i- Ki.ly escli. .1 .. t the;
h. IH-lum ga.w .11 ...I that '
lc- .ii ti.-. i f lheoipi.
1 lll"'is .h u. III the strip 1 is.ur-
I Wut lieu- 4ijcct III 'ael. HflUi
l l..retiiiii-a liieir stuc of full.-.
" .UIS ill rics.-liut.ilie.
it .tiat II they wut. (futhrto xv
- -'oiiysiu.' . lWr vja Qkla
dv ami sat t hour the trouble
"t Auj for It
iBE HAD EU6I AT NOON TO-DAY.
Ui . . -. --. - i
a stranso siht to l.eiw.wi
le irder Pifty thousand or more
- - -...-... ..
"nle are aliti th. Knuibem nn
this morning waiting to tako part in
hc great race f i.r i Jlne or n town
'OL he scene . nr ...-... i.. ....
. ---.. v. Huaumiri)
'Quyscr bable. and v i.i
wtay whu lh signal Is given to go.
vast army rushing
iin locations. In th
in-- mini .-...
cii.cr me mm. win u...i ... mo
Men and women will uo rumen
......1.1 nnilor foot with the
ovoror'nunple.l unUci tool Willi "
smneofK'1" "' ""-""-
life that tho soldiers rode down tho
...ii . ni..i.iT
rri . i. ...M.. ci. mid
1 hero Is Homolhlnir Rtrnnffo nni
siitfpo&Uvo about this Olympian strii?-
lle In xvlilcli tho contestnnls nro In-
tono tollers nml the lirues are mm oi
ton. e loiicra nnu uil I'"'
Kpntl. ai mm ''" "....
Tho opening of tho outmt ni noon .
to-dny miihes n ohnn(f
In the coiiill-
ttons of Ainerieun Ufa and typifies n
ffcneriil MniKtrln xx hlli grown more1
Intoi.M-as time passes and thn public '
.lomsiln jcroivs Icns. Tills cra is not
wliollv tho riWIllt
or a uesire 101 a
home hut (.peculation e. iers largoly
"u . '... .....i i. .
nro in hciiiiu-o n iiuriuuiiuin. IIWI..V v.
tliemseivos nun (aminos.
IB GUTURIE TO BE RAIDED?
Tho wild rumors on tho slioels j
yesterday of a lot of bandits' raiding I
(Inthrle this afternoon or to-morrow
tuny haw no truth back of It but thts
should not prevent our people from
hetnj' prepared for any oinertfuiicy.
THIS MORNING'S TRAIN.
rrol.ul.l" Tlmt Uip I'rl't Triiln XVIII Not
I.ruip lien. Till II:. 'HI O'clock.
liifonniitioii Klenned at 12
Is now probable that tho
first strip train out of (iuthr'c will not
leave the Santa l'o depot before ti:.10
o'clock or Inter. Tho train Is densely
packed south of hero. It Is also pretty
cortnin Hint me nrsi irniu "" "1
stop it Orlando but will goon through
10 mo iiouiiiiiiry line.
I'ire wiped out a block of buildings
at Milan Mo.
Uioti are reported again in various
towns in Sikiiu at. tho mivtuent of
Yellow fever has again appeared lit
Iti'unsulclt (!a. Two deaths have cic-
oiirrod. (Sovcrnor Stone ol Missotitl has ap-
pointed Patrick Mclinniruii inspector
of oils lor tlopllu.
Tlio forest tires about Lead City S
1). are dying out there having bceita
chungo In the xvlnd.
XV. II. I'h'lcher proprietor ot ol tio-
tel at SahMlin ICtiii. hat ged hinlself
to a railroad bridge bocutcu of lliian-
Attiu reiinost of the- ISopuhllcnn
oxeeutlvo foinmiU.u of Ohio lion.
Cliauncey I Pilloy of .Missouri will
take the stump for McKlnley.
Henrv S. Collier of (ieorgi.i aji-
pointed special agent of the general
laud otllcp hits been detailed to c-
amine surveys In tho Chorokee strip.
It is announced that Senator Hill
will make three speeches in Ohio to
help out l.nwrenco T. Ni'iil tho Dein-
oeratie cnudidato for governor iiLMiust
Tho acting secretary of war has
rendered u decision holding thnt a
dishonorable discharge from the ser-
vice Is an entire expulsion from tlio
army and covers a I unexpired en-
Hutments Tlio examination of the books of
Supremo Treasurer Mcllrlde of the
Knights and Ladies of Honor con-
firms the shortage of SJO.OOi). Supieinc
oilleers do not beliuvo him fiiilt
hoMever of stealing.
The Connors' International union
which is in secret season at Mil-
waukee has followed the exanuile of
tho llrouers' A'ntional uiilun and pas-
sed resolution prohibiting its iiiciii-
bors from belonging to the National
The 1'arlbauU sehojl at
Minn. has been
trial of one vear.
ab.indonel after a I
I horn was emit in-
tinl friction between the Catholic .ami
Protectants and the board of rduou-
Hon decided not to continue tlio phut
Tlio strike of tho St. l.oulfc bollor
makers uliieii has been on siuuo early
in .Inly has resulted in dofotit and the
of no" union men
oomutions win. h huve uisted this
The Kiallp.x .MU..WU. has assumed
siu-ii llir.utciiing aspects In Muueie.
n''-; "d Wio eountrj adjacent that
iL''T'"! iii.'iJ""1'';"'11 ''" " ' v ' 'I1
.Mutlhews to i intribite m.mcy from
tlio fund nnnronruted bv tbo lnt l...
fshiture f.r the mirnosc f ii.ri.ii.r
. llw. fi
' . .V.V" '.'.". ?'rf ' ?.. M4r.U . Uc'u"
:""V. ."'' " """ "' "'u nc
lientlug their way to Chicago on n
J'ort Uaynu frc.Uiht uert h.-M up by
four men anil nnjlwl. 'ill ihiovo ef
fected an fiitmno to t!.e nr b'
i ---iiW'-'t. Uown tljft t'X)r and. wit
ruyotyer iw .4li uompajii j n . 4eil
men nsH up tliulr money ranging
in Kims from 10 tj 31 and teivr.il
I.utwt XVorlil' I'ii I r ltitle. I
Klfectivo August 1st the Huntn l'o
i...t.. ...in . ... . . . . .
iw " u rouim irip iionfis to
riii. . . ..i ..... t.. .. . i
round trip plus $. oo. making rato
from Guthrie &ii ti Tickets iTmltud '
for return passage 30 days and contin-
uous passage in each directi.u.
1 It Detain y Agl
.... u Hv aM.u ui u u iiiiu iur mi!
' tc t map
'ard cfll es.
of the strip countx seats
county lines etc- f jr sale by V. U
fdllle .t Ca Drugs and Hoohs. tf
runL l. molul; u lii ku.
To pvrrv pillion of llninmer Pure Prepared Paint must be added one gallon
of Pure It iw Mnwil Oil to reduce ready for l'.ilnttng.
"p" -'"" """ Il.K"""" " V lnj"" l""'o "" ton jjiillon or I'nlnt von
j . llinl vu wm mVo n ron.ljr-inlxccU'nlnl. mmlo f".m puro I.lnseod ()U
nn not one nmue iroin iiiiim AoiMiurniHR. J. ills necessary tuliUliun of raw
I UmhpuiI Oil plm-es the duriihillty o your I'nlnt under your own control and
if mire Oil is used tho durability Is assured.
This Paint Is most oconoinluiilirtcomparoil wllh other nendySHxed I'nlnt '
nnInuo1l nH tho conslul)cr ioos not pay lor Unseed Oil used at the rato of eost '
jf Heady-Mixed Paint 81.40 to 81.T0 per fcnllon After IjcIiik thinned xvitli
pro Minced Oil ono gallon of the mixture it III cover 300 Rquaru feet two
coain. on kji """
Thure s olllur xn mtu1 u
nt a cost of 81. IlO nor unUaa to tho oonssuner. CWKor snio onlv hv
n.illllPAftft.nniin nrxrxi a iicia.o ncijnT ri itudic
.' ' V -- -w. . "yi wi.. w;.... ia
ARE RAGING FIERCELY
PEOPLE FLEE FOR THEIR LIVES.
TiiPiiljr-I'lvo Ternim llnvo llccii Cut
Oil' I'riiui All lUcupn -.Mmlillnlil Mir-
roiiiiilr.it liy u Mnot of I'Iiimiph
fcrMTill (icttli'iimtitit Hint
4 Hfrii XX'Ippit (lul I'ro
MAltSlll'lin.I) Wis. Kept lft. Tills
placo Is surrounded by a sheet of
Ihtmes in tho woods and tho coplo
in tho country nro lleulnj for their
lives. His suid that at least twenty-
live persons hnj been cut oil" front
cheapo Two children while trying
to oicnpe with their parents
from a burning house. Mere lost in tho
douse miioku and were almost certain-
ly incinerated. Several small settle-
ments havo already been consumed
and horses cattle lumber etc.. ilo-
i stroveil. Tlio refuu-ces are llonlHn.r
I horu and the town is under martial
A piea ranees indicate that n fire
fully ns (lixastrotts as tho great Pesh-
tlgo eonllagnttlon of 1971 is in pro-
grew anil that tlie loss of life may bu
A strong wind Is blowing from tho
northwest nml tlio people tiro almost
ernKod with fear. Ilridges along the
Wisconsin Central lines near Marsh-
llottl havo been coiihiiiued and trains
havo been abandoned.
A high wind has been raging at
Merritt till day which lias fanm-d tlio
Mnouhlorlng forest llres into llames
nml but for thi' fact that the wind Is
from tho northwest Hi i-ity would be
in great danger. Terrible destruction
to farms and property has been donp.
Tho Pine river M-ttleinonl is thrent-
uiumI with total destruction. Already
suveral fin me-h have lost their ail
there. The woods are nil on lire and
no estimate can be uiado as to the
total dainage done. No lives have
been Iom as far as known
Di-mliTonil 1 lirrutriifMl.
1H iixo S 1). So.it. IS.- Forest
lire which hits boon threatening this
city for the last three dnj s has as-
sumed the form of imminent danger.
It has now burned a tract of very
heavy timber a milo wide and lsv com-
ing Htim'ght toward town ami is only
about n mile distant L'vorybo ly has
turned out and nro engaged in cutting
ilow u trees and endeavor. ng to check
the llames so far unsuccessfully. Tho
lire is gulniiig steadily.
SHELL CITY BURNLD
llptwrcii N7.t linn mill SHa.Onn Worth or
Property Coiijuiuail y rliiiiirn.
Nkvaii.x Mo. Sopt IS. A dis-
astrous conllagr.ition b -oko out at
.Vhell City twenty miles Northeast
of this placo at noon vestordav. de
stroying STo.000 or SS0.O0O worth of
property. Tho lire wns started on tho
roof of one of the buildings from a
lino in a hotel adjoining. A high
wind was prevailing at tho tlnionnd
owing to the drought that has pre-
vailed jn this section for t wo months
past everything the tire touched
bitriiitd. A tclcirrnm for holo e.im.
hum nboutun" hour nfter the lire
started nun the Novadit denartmont
loft at onio by special train to the
scone of the disaster.
Three hotels including tho Duck
house thwa large warehouses an im
plement hadso half a d. zen shops
ill a I tW'ilntV-uino lulIldintrH. won
" l iniy-iiu
f Insnratrfo Is oi
f Hurttital loss b
ill a I twijnty-nine buildings
totally destroyed. The wholo it
only about ouo-iiinth
efng only aS(0.
AU II.iiii.ii;i4 fur Tex i l'cior.
Kmi-ouia Kan. Sept. l.x Suit has
been brought by a immbur of lyon
nnd ( liasc county farmers against
Holder llros. and the Missouri. Kansas
find Texas rjiiltoad tOO.Oit) damnges
being aslfeil for loAos oaiiM'd by Texas
twer. It is elaiititMl the nitive cattle
which dlwl of fevor for mI.i.-H daui-
' ages tiro asltiHl wore coutaiuiuuted by
Texas oattlo linntgbt into the state by
i tho .MUsonri Ivnnsa and Texas road
nnd " ' . imI hy Hosier J!r..s
'ililbiff the rrololilllim '.m.
Hiii'OitiA ICan Sept. IV A new
phase in evading tho prohibitory law-
lias Gex'ulopod liore since the 'grant
rush oer the milrontU to the Choro-
kee strip opening. Small boys have
been ntWuuVtliir tho trains on tholr nr-
rlv"1. ' ims'xiga through this city
'' "sve been in the huhlt of board-
nK Vm nd peddling bottled hour In
h siiiiilur manner tu tlint of thu pen-
t vondar. A splendl.l trade has
Ueon done with the thlfbtv boomer
' ""' uuomi r.
XValllug for the Halloa C5iiiif.
Voui M-oi r. Kan . Sopt 15 Chluf
of Pclici) Hum lust evening reeolvod
i wonl from sUerlff Cnllahau of Alont-
goury cou ity. urglnir him to watch
for J.dl Dalton and bis gang wnom
Jio was tjuite certain was on tln-ir
way hore on ImmeUu-k and well
armed. The chief solicited the aid of
b'hurlir AHeu aj)d his deputies .md
they together with the entire f .
anil some special watches
guard waiting for them
Kaiimin Doiuncrutt I'lcaif.l.
Toi'KKA Kan . Sept 15. Ko not of
the present u lu.ii.-tr.itlon liisbceu
n-i'cived with ui . . tnthtiMit . nn
n.indatlon by the JJomocrat of Ti-
rel.a than tho appi . itotent of Uejrgo
uucif as 1 11 tr sir
can offer uliRolntc proof of durability
DEFEATED TWO CHAMPIONS.
Tyler Ileal (iiiiKcr nml liniiirrinim cut
Ihlril at .SirbiK(Iilil. j
Sl'JllNoriKt.n. Mass Sep. I.V Fully '
12000 peos' yesterday saw t'ne sn- l
premacy f the cycling fraternity '
wrested fr im Zimmerman nnd won by
Sanger. ' inmermnii has shown
throitghoti' the meeting that his con-
dition xviis far from good owing to j
tho excess ve amount of work which
ho hits don since last February. The
killing pat - which Sanger sot on tho
homo strot -h proved to bo mora than
tho great ''liiimh linuii could Miiml.
Tlio lneoting has boon it successful
ono in tho breaking of records yes
tflrdayV honors being divided between
Tyler Sanger and Melntjox. In the
hulf milo liniuliea-j Tyler rodo from '
tapo to tape in I oi .-.I boating his
own previous record of 1:01 2-r San-
ger brnlco the world's competition for
two miles riding the distance in
1:3 1 2-5.
Melntjos rode against tho xvorld's
record for ono hoar making twenty-
six tnjlos nml ten yards nml breaking
tho record for all distances from six
to iwonty-six miles.
two Vim or Sreil Who it.
Toi'iiu.v Kan. Sept. I." The county I
commissioners of Hush county ro- j
ported yesterday to the state board j
of railroad commissioners that they
had secured two carloads of seed
xvhe.it for that county one at Lorraine
Ellsworth county and ono at Hush
ton lllce county With the exception
of n few SL-attering contributions fr.no
different arts of the state tills is Hut '
only seed that bis et been secured !
for tho destlluto fanners in thu local-
ities wljeie there was a total failure
of crops this year 'I he work of sup
1'iving necessary seeil is lielllg Utile
triously pushed by the statj railroad
b nrd but tho prospoet of mcoting
any considerable part or tho demand
Is fnr from encouraging.
l'litiil Kiiillni; oT n .loUc.
Sr. Joski'ii Mo. Sept lft. Last
nighta dozen young men among them
Dr. tlcorge DicboUl the owner of a
water colon patch conspirod to ontico '
a half-xiijLtutliioy in. in l Albeijt l'm-
yard inw the mo'on patch for tlio pur- '
poscofsenrc. When Pinyard entered
tho lb hi tho men uttcmntcil ti seio j
him a .1 Dieb .Id ciiasod him with n !
i-ex-oh i- firing as ho ran. Ho chased '
Pinyiird through two barbed wool
fences from whtah ho was terribly
mangleil and linally ilrcd a slm't i
which j assetl through Pinyard's hca 1
killing liim instantly. Diobold claims
he trip t'd and fell but tho coroner's
jury held him for murder.
Scuitor X'chIS I'oiltlon. I
W.vmiim r Sopt lft. Regarding
tho statement nmdo in Xow York- tlmt J
Hotiat. r Nest had changed Ids position
ami announuod that he would vote for
tho unconditional repeal bill that
gent'eniau yesterday said:
"The statement Is totally uncon-
dltionaliy. illimitahly and preposter-
ously tal-c I novel- by letter word
or deed gne such an indication. It is
a lie imiuiii tctured out of whol- cloth.
I hnve never changed my po..:.; ..-. i
any w. y."
The senator exhibited icinstL- '
wariulli in 'iunylng tho statement.
No XX'irlil' I'alr ltciliictloiu.
Ciiii'xan Sopt lft. All Interchange
of views has been had by the general
passenger agents of tho Western
roads as to tho effect a further re-
duction of rates would havo on world's
fair business. Tho have decided that
no more reductions tiro to bo thought
of. The business is steadily increas-
ing and reports received from outsnlo
ngeiits indicate that rv.still further in-
crcitM' is to be looked for. I'nless
business falls oil' considerably the
ipicslion of more reductions w ill not
be entei tallied i
Hottest fur .11 liny Vc:ir.
N 1.x WM. Mo. Sopt lft --Yeterday
was the hottest day that Nevada has
exporlencod for fifteen years. In tb"
hottest part of the day" the mereu y
stood its in the shade. What oroi.s
are still gieen nro belnjf litterally
Su chin at s.i belli ii Iinmn
S.IIIKTHA. Kail.. Sopt IS. W
Jlotcher pivprfotor of ths Com
morels! house of this citv. committed
suicide by hanging himself. No cause
liiini.i city drain.
I'rkos wrreiiuotedu follsw. Na 3 hard
wlmut. M' :".-.v Na hard wUest. rs.Uo:
No I uar.l h. at &aust relostad ItarJ heat
W.81!i: v.. :rl wseit.kfejfiao So 3 rod
HtWSt.SV.'.X. No I rail tilioat. UdUo.
Cons- W.i- hrm kere due pile the viuakness
111 Kiwculol It markets hliliier- UliU or
lioUlKhir.il ji i time as! wero owcr toward
IheiVtMo Lit moti bat ok jkiIiJ VjcIo Comoro
lur niUcil .11..1 u-nioro far whlls corn than
I'cHiril.u ' rpipuof own today Ii rara;
S tar i u iw ojj. s-a a mtjeu
corn -on ut MM. Si 3 mixed
34 "..Sfi NitmiieaUHo uosrailc 3UYfa
NoSl. i. '. ffc NaSMhlls.aiLic. No
siiiK' .i - H;r natJ UH MUnUslppI
pn-r hit . . ra sUKlnU Nn 2 while corn
Tin- m. in . .iiutioij nai iKKiilndlly tl.
. INSAS iy I.I VI
i. 1 j at i
s I I IV
'U. hlL Ifi Onllle-Ite-'
I ISX -ihliitml imterday
C I ' I .
i.s i-j Tu imirtiel was dull ana
-i. . I ff..i rs staady
i . f su.i xiupiiiiiK slaars. is soat soj
i-rs J'-'tus cowa and hHferj
l.-vus and iNdim stf-tirs. i04i2i
i i n ii in con's 1 1 -ivue -ii stoukeri
' ir. IW(i3U; Mixed II T.Q'i
Itcn ipi. 0.I1B sJilpiwd yciterJiy
- The irurkct npoaesl strong to be hlnhr
' o .-I MfuU wlib hoavles MiJioo lower
r .ru. 1 r . ni "M to lam
1 ifi . 1 13 nu shipments. There
a ' r y 1 market w th most or tht
.jeni sud at m jt)y prices
Ladles see that elegant new- line of
stationery nt P 11. Mil e .
We arc heaclduarlers for Strip Outfits.
We have the largest stock of
Jeans Pants and Overalls
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
i "YCi ma yu 'ower prices on a better quality of goods than any outfit in the city
be they fakers or otherwise. We handle none but the best goods manufactured. Come
and see us for the best goods for the least mom v.
S'liR-iV Cane Crop Injitrml.
Toi-eka. Kan. Sept lft. A report
from the Medicine Lodge sugar works
states that the crop of cane now ready
lor harvesting has been damaged fully
iifty per cent by the long cnson of
drouth and the ravages of chinch bugs.
Chicago. Sept. 15.-At the parlla-
mcut of religions yesterday Dharma-
jialn of India created a sensation by
his speech In defense of llnddhlsm.
All those wishing a horso to ride 10
a claim should by all means sec these
horses. They havo been raised on the
Cherokee Strip therefore nre climated.
and being in good tdiape they are lit to
run tur-u man's life itorsos brought
to this country to mako this run will
not be in tlio i&co xvlth such horses as
you xvill get from this lot Those
horses are now for sale and it will be
my aim to plense every one. If not
for thoopcnlngof tho Strip they would
not be for salo at any price
Mulhall O. T.
Just issued. Shows all new fe.it-
urcs county boundaries county
seats U. S. Lantl offices and dis-
tncts prices per acre summary of
laws and regulations governing the
settlement. A great help to all
interested persons. Scale four
miles to one inch.
I'ocunr niini no ci:nts.
Address RAND McNALLY & CO.
166 Adams St. Chicago III
He oavo a number of choice proper
tics for snle. Call on us.
til'l.XCKU A Uoi!KIITSOf.
Parties going to the strip should so-
cttru an accident policy of C M. llames
&. son general Insurance agents. St
Tor a good shavo hair cut or sham-
poo go to Towers llros. artistic bar-
tiers llu South Second street oppo-
site postotllce. (lood xvorlt guaranteed1
Everybody who uttended Sanger &
Lent s shows ami Uieir name is legion.
xvhilu bore say that It Is tho very best
tiat overeshlblted in Cincinnati. tin
cilllinti rohiol Dallv btar.
L"nai lwJ llauJ olar-
Subscribe for Thk LKAPEit.
TO THE LADIES.
Mrs P Sauers hail located In Ui.
. .M I . . building oxer Sirs fcandt rs
t 111 nua i.il.nit.i aim Is npatiap.1.1 r ir nil
UludsOf xxrlttnladica' lollet beautifying
IUIUIUVIJi l)liviuauui9 uivittivmvuuuii
S JUL lllll HIT 11
H A P L A N D
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Iron Steel s
112 Oklahoma Ave. GUTHRIE OK
(i:o. A. Mktcai.i' President.
Capital fully paid
CAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
JS 3E3C O 3EC TI7 Z3 JE& 30 JE2 3E&.
Oysters Game and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p m
WALLY ONG Prop'r!
Second Door North of Harrison on Socontl Stroot.
3MCiaJL3C- fes X3.jL-t'ol3.coo3is..
Delightful Rooms in ( onnecti-jn
OQmer beCOnd St. atld
m..n T.ilnn. --.-
M I- 1 i iinki:. I
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