The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 248, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 23, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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THE LEADJ5K DTHBXE OiLAEOMA.
SPACIOUS HAUL TO BB BUILT
FOn POLITICAL PURPOSES.
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
MroU al.l Trommel Mile ti ImnrtHtit
ltiMUir -('..iintj rnllllm Warming l!
Miltrinr nl lit li1llflcrtl OniiiiN
In I niinlT iwt 1 enifftrj - A lilg
Vlliy Mm bit t.nlim-
HnKnti niwt Ke ! SH'itl
HI Mmh It.
'flic DtinacraUa contra! pn-nmlllB
of Loguti county hold a iiipelittj v -tenl&v
afternoon nnil trnii'Miotwl u-
sldornble lusInos iiertamititf to the
ponding campaign In lhl county.
.Mr. II. II. Ilngan 'M unnutiiional
rlMtod r.halrinau of tlic commute'
vlro Junius Oldham retiguodt L U
Xiblnak wns r)ecitt secretory nnd J
M. ICuydendaU trnntirar.
Thcinnttor uf tittltdtujr a wigwam to
bo mod by DcmoerutR lti'publleii
and I'oputlste during tho rninimign
was tltouMiud and It wni Anally de-
cided that tho commllpi ncoept th
proposition to pay one-tlitrti towards
thf building of a wlf warn Ktiydendnll
nnd llaltar wore appointed u cotiunlt-
tec to co-operate with lonimittisci
frain the two other partlo in the ere
tlon of tho proposod bullciinjr
The wigwam will be erected on
north Second t tree ton the site of the
Hanks' show and " will mensurts
70x140 feeL Its capacity will be 1800
nnd the building will bo guaranteed
to bo secure in evory particular.
Largo audiences can bo cntortained
with as mnoh safety as in a brick
building. Tho three parties will
divide tho tlmo and tho dates will bo
arranged so that no frictions will re-
sult. Tho move is a good 0:10. Work
on tho wigwam will probably begin
Mr VIliy .Merlins at I.olliiRtiin.
A ruonstor Democratic mass ineotlng
was huld yesterday at Loxington. A
barbecue was a feature nnd fi.000
people wore on tho grounds Hon.
Joseph Wisby entertained the im-
mense crowd two hours with a solid
Democratic tariff and free homo talk
tiuil his hearers were enthusiastic in
their applause. Mr. Wisby was fol-
lowed by Captain Johnson of Okla-
homa City and others. Following arc
Mr. Wlsby's appointments for next
Hun. Joirpli lly'n Aiipolntmi'iitn.
1'ond Crook Thursday Sept. 27th
at 2sB0 p. 111.
l'ond Creek Station Thurhdny Sept.
27th at 7:30 p. m.
Mcdford Friday. Sept SStli at 2:30
Ulaekwell Saturday Sept 28th at
2:00 p. m.
Nowkirk Saturday Sept. 80th at
7:50 p. 111.
I.lwly .Mei-thiCHt .Mullmll.
At Mill hall lust night the Democrats
were out In full force. A big meeting
was held and the speakers worn Hon.
II. II. Ilngan and Hon. .1 Q. ICeuton
of this city. This was tho Initial
effort of both gentlemen In this cnni-
paln nt.d they fairly cuplli-nleil tlu-lr
audioiu'o. Mr. Ilagan pourod out the
truths of good old Ddinooriuy in a f in-
vent nud uiithutiustle .iitnuer ami
was loudly nppluudud. Mi. Kenton
laaked pone ofhis old-time lire and he
contracted the two old parlies in a
forcible and convincing inunnor. The
mooing was an unbounded sucoes-H.
Itrcurtllni; Kiifiilur unci Snonlicn
Chairman Hagan of the county o.ec-
tlvo committee is in receipt of letters
from ox-Oorcrnor (lllolc of KniiKiis
who snys ho will como to tho territory
on tho -'0th. John A.liaton.of Winllold
Kau has promised to epenk here and
Congressman Tarnsey in expected In
Hon. Q II. Carter of l'nry. is a
hplondld orator unil will bo hoard this
Hon. J. A. Hal.or is whotting his
lips and will boon boon the stump.
Dakar hits the point at tho first shot.
A call was itsuod yostordny for a
mooting of oxeeuttvo and campaign
committees to meet In this city on
Wednesday Septombo tilth. Thoro
will probably bo a full attendance.
Capt. Ilatoholdor will be heard in K
Ayor'n Sarsaparitla is not a secret
proparattlon. Any physlolan may
have tho formula on application. The
Heorut of its sucooss us a tuodlelno Hus
in Its extraordinary power to oloanso
tho blood of impurities ami euro tho
moat doep-Bcalod casus of blood-dls-euso.
FIRST TO ARRIVE !
- OUIt STOCK or
Fairly teeming with Novelties including all of tho
For Fall and Winter '94-95.
YOUR INSPECTION OF THESE STUFFS SOLICITED.
I'ljiilfiiiJii'niiiiii""!'. ' t '1 11 r'l.'rvn in !" irntrfaj "yuetfrawisi
WILLIS THE TAILOR
105 OKLAHOMA AVE.
SCHOOLS OPEN TOMOHPOW.
The New AViinl ItullitliiRn Will li I-'IIIimI
Willi HMrIiI I'lilltlr.n.
The public mIi ol n open tomorrow
morning at o'rlork. Al that tlmo
all the new ehtol bnlblinffn will be
thronti up to hundred"- i.f I'lililrn
with bright fnss Rid 1mW- under
tholr arm. Tim biilllni(r r? etiin-
pic I ml and unlimited provide! with
janitors ale. &I100I Is expected to rol.
nlong right merrily. Turn I.KADHlt
oontalnoil a two-coin Tin description of
tho butlditlgft not long Mnee and It Ik
imrlrwi lo toll of them fitrtlitr.
'Ike now 940 bell m tested
ventartltr and worke like a chtinn.
Prof. MuUory piopwie to keep up the
library fenturo of the school nnd nUn
add other novel edtuntlonal features.
Prof. W. 1 Daxter I the priuelpt.l
or the high school. He U n genial.
1 . want young man 'and hut outlined
the following high school eourM which
admits graduates lo tho fruehinnn
e!os of high ool leges and to the ter-
Tho prosent course of study for tho
lly .vlumU provides that students
hn'l eomp'wttf arithmetic geography
rending grammnr. United States his-
tory 11 d physiology In the grades
lite present onurso ns submitted be-
low Is subject to amendment. Tho
work covers u pertod of three years
oaeh year being divided Into two
Junior Year First Term Civil gov-
ernnions algobra latin lioek wood's
Lessons In Kngllsh.
Hlc.iii I Term Hook-keeping ImU
in u'gil.r. Kitny.
MiUdle Year First Term Latin
Ciwsur algebra complote; rhetoric and
Seooud Term -Latin Cmsar geom-
etry English nnd American literature
Senior year: First Term Latin
Cicero; goomctry general hlitory.phy-
Second TermLatin Virgil: En-
glish nnd Amorlcan history advanced
Kngllhh com position reviews.
The following text books will be
Townsoud's Sovenly Lessons In Civil
Ilryant & Stratton Common School
llarkncss' serlos of Lift! 1 bmiks.
llarnes' general history.
Eclectic Physical Geography.
GRAND JURY DISCHARGED. -
Tim Ti rilturliil CiiHm I'lnUIit-d.-VcKtrriluy
In DUtrkt Court.
The Scott-Delonoy bribery caso was
begun yesterday in district court and
will consume sovornl days of next
week. Tho list of witnesses is vory
largo and considerable interest is be-
ing taken in the case.
The jury in tho caso of A. J. Leon-
ard him found guilty of burglary In
tho ftecond degree.
Ed Vnndorpool who killed Mallard
at Langston gave $.1('.0O ball yester-
day for his oppoarnuco at trial. Vnn-
dorpool was indicted for manslaughter.
The C. W. Walker jury link not yet
returned a verdict.
The ti rritorlal grand jury wns dis-
charged yesteiday after returning
a'Hiut fifteen liidlotmcuU. It will be
organic -d Into tho federal grand jury
THUTERHiTO RIAL PAIR.
It lrotiilt n lo lie 11 Vurlliiltle I.11II11 CNillu-
'I he Oklahoma statu fair to bo held
In tilts otty next month will eclipse
all fair efforts heretofore attempted
in tho territory.
Two bundled horses nro alroady
stabled at the fair grounds and some
of tho best speeders in tho West will
bo teen during tho meet.
Work on tho now buildings
piogrchsos rapidly nnd within ten
days the grand stand additional stalls
judges and reporters' stands will be
From r to 0 thousand s trail gors aro
expected to bo in thu olty during the
Iluura (lltiu In liuuur uf VUltlnt; Yuuiiir
A highly delightful dauoo was glvon
by the society people atthoMoKonuon
opera house last night in honor of tho
visiting young hullo In the oily. Prof.
Young's Star Orchestra furnished mu-
sic and tho funetiou was a groat sue-
coee. Thofre prosout were:
Hall's Hair Honowur contains tho
natural food and color-matter for tho
hair and medicinal horbs for tho saalp
ouriug grnyuoss bald now daudrulY
and scalp sores.
QUTHHItt AND HIIR MAMMOTH
THREE HURDRBD BALKS MARKETED
In Till (Illy YmtrnUj- Which Mt-iins Trn
TliiMitiinil llnlliim Worth (if r.imlnOM
llrwl Aerh-utliirtil ImliiPtrr Whlrh
l t'nly ;in lis Infniiry In This
.inlrj llmv l.'utiflli Is
Ihilsril nml Mnrki'tril A
Nearly 800 bale of cotton wore
bronght to Outltrle yesterday and
msrketed A bale of cotton Is worth
011 ftn nvemgo $S3 which moans that
uesrly 910000 Worth of business was
done In this olty yesterday in tho cot-
ton Hue alone. During the week just
closed tin average of ninety bales por
day were brought to tho oily. The
regular selling season opened two
weeks ago. This nvornges 830000
worth of cotton sold hero at the vory
ouUot of the season. This week
between noo an J 3.000 bales will be
marketed in tho city.
The cotton Industry in this terri-
tory Is but 111 Its Infancy but the
six ve flguim sre a slight indication of
bow thu raising of this popular south-
ern staple hus grown and prospered.
Tho price of cotton raugos from SV75
to Jd tO per bundled. About Sfi car-
loads have already been shipped out.
Most of tho cotton marketed in the
uity yesterday came from Lincoln
Twice as much cotton Is marketed in
Outlirlo than in any other point in Ok-
lahoma and Cuthrle enn justly lny
claim to be the groatesl cotton market
in the north. All the cotton from
Lincoln Payne Logan Kingfisher
Cleveland nndOklahnma counties conies
hoto and an nvorugc of S3.SI0 is paid
out over day to the cotton raiser who
In this country at present is tho negro:
howevor tho while man is not slow
and Is putting in cotton next lo his
Thoro aro 0000 acres of cotton in
Payne 13000 In Lincoln and 10000
acres 111 Logan. In n month moro
S8f 000 a lUy will be paid out horo for
Thoro was 830000 worth of cotton
hold hero last year; this year 80000
bales will come lo this market averag-
ing close to $30 a bnlo an aggregate
of 8000000. This is a conservative os-
timalo. With such marked progress
in tho cotton ciop in two years thero
is no telling how n-uah next year's
crop will amount to
Among tho lending cotton buyers in
tills city are: t'oylo it Smith Myers
MoMichnolB buyer for Edwards of
Texas largest cotton buyer in tho
world; Donahue Coodc nnd Klne-
AMONG FEDERAL PRISONERS
(leurKu Wiitlilnn Now la .lull llrllrtnl tn
ho.lrhftlu lloiirr Niilm.
Hill Kindy wns released ycotordny
from tho federal jail after doing a ten
days' ;ob to sipiaro things for whisky
selling on Indian reservations.
Three full blood 0ago whisky men
woro roloasod yestordny from tho fed-
oral jail on bond.
Deputy United States Marshal Goo.
Stormor enino in Inst nlght-from Now-
kirk with 0110 C. D Wntkinii and com-
mitted him to tho fcdoral inn on the
ohnrgo of Impersonating a deputy
United Statoa marhal. It will bo re-
membered that Watklns is tho man
who was confined In the federal jail
lost spring on tho same charge and
who played 11 promlnont part In tho
attempt to break jail here Inst sum-
mer. Maglll's cool nerve Is all that
saved komo of tho worst criminals In
tho territory from regaining liberty.
Watkl 1 was nrrastcd by Deputy Will
Nix and thoro Is considerable excite-
Unont over U10 arrest us ho Is believed
to bo Jisdo Ilopor who murdered a
sheriff in Arkausas a fow days ago
Tho oftlotnls of Arkansas otfor a To-
ward of $1500 for Kopor's oapturoj
The (lrm of ICoaton it Cotteral have
boou rotulnod by him and ovory effort
will bo mado to havo him roleascd on
hnbaas corpus proceedings.
Ill Ileuo (loin tlin Ml.1 UoutciitIim--lCiurl
uf Oliliilioiiuv l)clr;!itoa.
J. H. PItsor. of Kl llono; J. V. Ad-
mire of Kingfisher and S. II. Craig
pf Hnld who woro appointed dolo-
gat 08 to tho Denver irrigation con-
grofes have returned and .submitted
their report to (lov. Renfrew.
The report is very voluminous and
shows that tho delegates manifested
groat Mai and interest In tholr work.
All wore badges containing tho word
"Oklahoma" which attraetod atten-
tion. In tholr report tho delegates
say: "Wo returned to Oklahoma
weddad to the proposition that Irriga
tion is the greal problem of the tlmo
nud that the useless waste of wator Is
a orlmo against humanity."
Kl Reno was selected for tho Inter-
state Irrigation convention July S5-20
Oklahoma was aaeorded places on
committed. jlvon a viee-presldenoy
of tho congress and a representative
upon tho national executive commit-
too. A dilutee.
Monday from 0 o'clock a. in. to IS
in. sharp our luueh will consist of
lU'Kitan sardltiolls herring marona
anchovies piokled trlpo In strips ox
mouth I'Vonch pickled; bologna sau-
sage shweiUor cheese cold fried
chicken boiled tongue boulcs pigs
foot and tho only I'abst Itolieinlau
beer 011 draught at tho
KKXTt'CKV Liqi'oit Cn.
Oily mill C'liimly News Mininrrcil 11 ml
llitlleil fur lluntj- IVrnnnl.
Ilcniy Frledlander l hero
liter left fur Norman yps-
Juilgo ICainp wns lit
& II. Aldnoldof Wiohltils
a I the Itoral.
Marshal rwt). Nix was In Oklahoma
Mrs. T. K. Tingle returned yestilry
day rota the east. V
Dr. Froeniftii Smith
Va. is at the Hoyal.
The townsite board
has been discontinued.
Attorney John Slmrtoll has returned
froimn ll'gal trip lo Hnld.
Private Secretary Otto ilokomoycr
wont Id Oklahoma City yesterday.
John Pntton was talking in "flou-
orV lfinifiincrp fit Ardinnrit vnfcfnwlni
llonry K. Asp went to Tonska
tcrdtiy to take depositions in ruilroa
Doimtv Distriot Clerk C. H. Adams
wou $ft(Ki0 on tho Maine election lasfl
Col. Knowltou the gonial proprici
loroitiit uoiumoian barber
oil tho sick 1IL
Doo. Hlggs catne down from New-
kirk yi storday to attend the dance at
tho opera house.
At tho Moyal: 11. L. Coek Kansas
City; Win. llrown olty; E. Klein Perry:
I'M ward Dlucl' Kansas City.
Auditor Kinney and Henry Linn
went to Ft. Sill yostcrday in the in-
terest of tho Pabst company.
There will be no services In tho
Presbyterian church today lwing to
tho absence of stated supply
Mrs. Jamison and Miss lllocklo will
roturn to Neivklrk todny. Miss Loa
Hoffman will accompany them.
United State Attorney llrooks re-
turned from the Wost Sldo where no
has been looking after ledornl cases in
Snyder of the (iuthriu circuit
cglu a camp meeting at yfo
school houso of district No
miles wost of bewurd today.
Mrs. M. A. Armnutrout and lllli
son 01 Aniiiony Knnsns nro the
guests of her sister Mra.l-Yed D. Wen-
ner IV43 north Broad street.
Tho Dally Hotel Is prospering itn-
monsoly and its register Is filled with
arrivals dally. Thoro were over 30
arrivals at tho hotel yesterday.
Ituv. Joseph Jamison will address
meeting of the colored peoplo today
at I p. 111. on-the government acre.
All colored people are Invited.
Oeronimo nnd his band of braes
will hlnrt from Alabama to 1'ort Sill
next week. Oeronimo is a murderer
ami murderers can Iho in Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma l'latiing Mill 011 the
West Side has been awarded tlio con-
tract for tho lumber work in the Perry
public schools. Scott Cooper has been
awarded the brick andslouo work.
Mayor Martin issued n proclamation
yesterday calling tho bond election for
OctoboNay The judges und clerks of
election itre the samo as those named
in tho former proclamation calling a
J. M. Mays ami Josio lieason both
ooUretl.wero married in probate court
yostcriluy by Kcv. Allston Mays did
tho right thing by tho girl after the
had sworn out a warrant for his nr-
iost on a charge of bastardy.
Large audiences have been in atten-
dance at tho Soward camp meeting
each evenirg of tliis week. Itov. Par-
ker has been assisted in each service
by from three to toil ministers and a
number of additional conversions arc
reported Tho lueotlugs will close
with Sunday evonlng's service
Myrtle Murdock a deaf nnd dumb
girl from Mulliall was adjudged in-
sano in tho probate court yesterday by
the lunacy commission and will bo
sent to Jacksonville. Her Insanity
arose over the knowledge that slio
was unable to converso witli her
ISoforo Judge Thomas United Stntos
commissioner in tlio case of tho Uni-
ted States vs. Robert Stlnson Attor-
ney J. A. Sampscl raised tho qucxtlou
of Indian citizenship nud tho caso
went over until tho 20th. Tills in-
volves a great question for If Mr.
Srtinpsel's position in the correct one
it will revolutionize the United Slates
marshal's force in this territory
Mrs. Hey. Hlnkomorc wife of tho
pastor of tlio I'lrst M. K church do-
sires Thu Lkadkh to say that she is
not oonueotud with tho movomontof
tho ''woman's committee" to oust Mrs.
Agnes Scott from tho schools. Tun
Lkadki: mentioned "Mrs. Hlnko
more." The person meant U Mrs. W.
Schn I books
at tho Capital City
U 13 lm
;Yuu 'Necil 11 Vacation
Just a suggastion: Why not try tho
Kooky Mountains? No bolter medi-
cine exists than thtf dry eloar 1ml-
samto air of that region. Anywhere
around Pike's Peak or further into
range will do. Did you whisper trout
fishing? Yos plonly of It off the
railroads In soolifded nooks.
Camping out hi tents living in cot-
tages or bourdiug at tlio big hotels -the
cost is little or much as you
Tlio Santa Ke routo has on salo ex-
cursion tickets to all principal Colo-
rado and Utah resorte. luqulro of
nonrest agent. 13 tf
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
For fall and winter lOl displayed bv
H. L. Colien the New York Tailor.
Iain not noted for cheap Tailoring but good Tailoring cheap. Call nud be
MME. FURSCH-MADI DEAD.
The Noloil Drutlialln 4iiritito t'nucj
Airaj In evr lcrny.
Nkw Yokk. Svpt. - A dlspfttrh
rocolvcd nl the Motropolitnit opera
house ycslardny iitttiounaos tho death
of Madnuio Fursch-Mndl. tho noted
dramatic tsoprauo nl Warren villo
Sotnersot county X. J.
A roimlliit Orator In Trnubln.
Wichita Kan. Sopt. 22. W. S.
llobron ox-postmaslor of Kinsley
vpii to-day noutoncad In tho United
Stales court lo eighteen months In
'the ponitentlary and fined 8"03 for
emboz1 ng government fundft. Ills
sonteneo had bson suspended to gtvo
hlin a chance to reimburse tho gov-
ernment and he told tho court that
he had been trying to do this by
making speeches for the Popullsta on
the silver cpiesuon. iuuge Williams
told him that making political
spcechos was a poor way to earn
Will right Tux (imeom.
Piiivpirrow Kr.. Sent. S2. A fresh
Shipment of flrenrms has lioen mode
to Union county to nrm tho tax
payers of Lnaeii nnu uuseyvuin
precincts who are resisting the col-
lootlon of the ritilrou I tax. About
700 nro now armed with Winchesters
nnd dvnamitc. nnd nro awnitintr tlic
Lrfrrlva'l of Colleutor lllnclcwoll and
his 100 armed doputles
Oetoromn 1'lxlil li tlio Dentil.
Swift Ala. Sopt. 22. Kdmonia
Anderson nnd Irenn Washington tvo
octoroons fought to the death last
night wltli knives about a white man
Hon Olson. Tho Washington woman
died from tuonty-ono slab wounds
Tho Anderson woman then stabbed
herself to the heart.
A List uf Churctirn Wlii-ro the Detntit of
(lutlirlc will Wornlilp To.Uay.
FinST II. 1:. oiiuncii.
CirnnrXoblennil Hroad. Ilov. Frank
P. Ulalsemoro.pBitor. usual services In
Snlilect for moi'tilim sorvlco: Joltu
1-40: "Como nud see." "Truth! Its
Source; How Wo Kocolve It vl Hy
Authorltv and I3ieiloiioe Projuuloov'
All should hear It.
Hon Icon at 8 p. 111.
Hpwoi Hi lagiio 0: p. in.
Sabbath school tit'J:30 11 in; Rverybody
1 11 v I tod.
Corner Hroad Strer-t and Noblo Ave.
Colebrutloii of holy community at 7:30
o'clock a. 111.
' Sunday School 10 a. 111.
Choral morning prayrr and Sermon
11 no ia in
Mnriilnir subloct: "Tlio Doatli and
Hcnongand Scniion 8:C0 p. 111.
Kvery body w elcoini' u thi-e orvlce8.
llr.v. A. C. Pmukii Pastor.
Corner Cloveland and Vine; Ilo. liog-
Koss. Moinliig servlco 11 o'clock.
Morning suliject: "Kwlnshnose."
KvmiluK service at 8 o'clock.
Hvonlng subject: "Soclnl Purity."
m. 1:. sou 111.
Cornir 11 load and Vilus UnV .Joseph
Jamlvon pastor. Scrvleos todny at 11
o'clock a. 111. nnd at 8:80 p. m.
M.r..l. uil.1iul- klnfttiit ilrilitlsin ."
IUJ lliil euuj'i. ...- .........
Ill the o enlng thoro will win grand
ineotlng under tho dlroctlou 01 1110 baiv
Como early and sccuio a scat.
"The Artist's Dream" will be given
nttheopora houso Tliurtuay beptem
The opera house will bo oponod
Thursday oveuing by au amateur en
Wanikii. lly capable man position
as cleric or oooic-iteopiir. iinuru'ss u
A. S. Lkadkii.
Oroccries. All kinds of Flour nud
Koed. lleasonablo prices. At Poland's
30t west Oklaliomaftive. l 23 lit
Tho first event of tlfc season will be
"Tho Artist's Dreaiii" glvon at the
opera hoiuc Thursday evening.
S Gregg tonohor of Violin Ma"do
llu Uullar Cornet ote. Hooins in Vie
tor block. '.) ?3 lino.
Tho flnust nnd largost lino of school
tablets In tlio city at tho Cupital City
oooic store. '.) 13 lm
Don't fall to see "Tho Artist's
Dream" tit tho opora house Thursday
To whom It may concern:
Notice is liorebv trlvon that II. ('. Cash
has tills day filed his petition for liconse
10 rntaii iicitinrs 111 uiitnrie uoKau county
OKianoma ami that unless oblcctlou to
tlio same ns rttiulriHl by law bo Hied by
11111 uiu nay 01 uci i. 11. is'ji saiu
potitlou III be grantPd.
1 J. Doloatkh County Clerk
atltlulo O. T. Sept. '.' 1SH.
PIANOS & ORGANS
At first cost direct from factory.
Send for Catalogue. Got our
prices. Piano tuning.
Olll co ut Hotel Dally Outline at c
1S7 Grand Ave. Oklahoma City
211 OKLAHOMA AVENUE.
LAST TO ARRIVE BUT IN TIME !
OUR STOCK OF
wa"lr"esB " esvewseeMnisneestseMiwii m sn mmtmm
Docldodly tho Latost Novoltlns and tho Largnot Assortmont
Ever Shown In Oklahoma.
Wo Bought Our Goods From tho Hoadqimrtors East and
Paid Cash For Samo and Will Soil at prices
That Will Mako You Smllo.
Wo Roapoctfully Solicit Your Inspection and Want Your
117 Harrison Avo. THE PROGRESSIVE TAILOR.
Restaurant and Short Order House
WALLY ONG CAN PLEASE YOU AT ALLL TDIES.-T11Y HIM.
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
H. H. PERRY Prop'r.
A CHANGE TO BUY SCHOOL DRESSES AT HALF PRICE.
Saturday Sept 221I ever) thing in wool dress goods which contains
less than .seven yards on ccntcrjcountcr marked in plain figures. First
choice is always best be first
Our stock of school shoes is now complete. Anything you want
as good as made l'tices ranging from 60c to Si. 75. We save 25 per
cent in the buying you can save more. Pen and holder for ic. Hook
Don't Miss this Remnant Sale!
Hi IV. 0k. Ave.
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
THE SQUARE BICYCLE DEALERS.
Will search for trade during the seaton of 189.J. Largest stock of cycles
and cycle sundries west of Kansas City.
Bicycles Sold on Installments
PAYMENTS ACCORDING TO PRICE OF BICYCLES.
A large line of Second-hand Bicycles at Slaughtering prices. Term
easy. Do not forget to call on us for Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Call at or address 113-113 East Oklahoma avenue Guthrie O. T.
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y
E. H. KNAUSS Manager.
G. M. BARNES & SON
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT AND TORNADO
We have a full sot of records and aro ready to furnish promptly
To real propertj In Outlirlo and Logan county. We GUARANTEE our abstracts to
bo absolutely correct Lawyers and others doslrlng abstracts tbat aro technically
and legally correct should consult us. Conveyancing Notarial work and Typescript
IIMVIE?V T" ! ri A M On Logan county (arms and Improved
IVIVJlNJfc: 1 I J LUAIM city proporty. Investors seo us.
tarOFFICE NO. 302 OKLAUOMA AVENUE.3
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division.
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
In Stock all the Time
Hamilton & CO.
HERE WE AREI
BEAMER & CO.
309 West Oklahoma Avenue.
WITH ALL KINDS OF FINE VEHICLES
Two car loads to select from. GIVE US A CALL.
J. C. DANA MANAGER
AT THE BUSH
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 248, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 23, 1894, newspaper, September 23, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73145/m1/4/: accessed May 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.