The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 259, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 4, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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LESLIE G NIBLACK.
Only Mornlne l'npcr lulilliilit?il In Out title
OtTlrlut Organ of Oklnlinnm llcmorrnrjr.
TUUItSDAY OCTOHBR-1. IR04.
Tim Daily Lkadrk accepts advertis-
ing with the distinct and positive guar-
antee that It lm doulnV tin m d
rln-tilntrtiti of any n vs paper pnlilWiiil In
The Lkiii:k Himlirt None of the lost
luiiltutlnin of tlie Wind hi tlio Wft and Iu
lnll turning out liitgnqimtitltlpsotwoik.
Send In your orders fur hliidtug nnd blnnk
iKwkx and limy Will lie promptl) nlieiiiled
Uno month dcllvorod In city $ 50
Ono month by mall so
1 hreo months 1 SO
Six months 3 00
ino yoar 6 0.
ix months..... f 50
Jne your too
For Delegate to Congress
moirittlc Count)- Ticket.
. JUNIUS OLDHAM
. THOMAS JON'ES
F. J. DOLCATUR
. . (1. G HOLT
. ..Wm. 1IROWN
. . ..11 a DODD
C junty Attorney . ...
Register of Deeds
Coroner. ..... A.
0. T. ClIILOERS
Commlssionc First District
Commissioner Third District . ..
.W. I. MARRIOTT.
Sevatoii Him. doesn't hesitate to
push tlio iron Into senatorial courtesy.
Enrroit Hkyan is now running his
senatorial boom under eight-story
Junius Oldham gains new friends
every day while Sheriff Fainter is
kept busy explaining "things he didn't
I'aisteu has already begun to cut
short tho feed of prtboners at the jail
in ordor to got money to carry on his
Lawukxck and Dodson will also bo
called on to explain how certain pa-
pers wero "stolen" from their respec-
Tiik World's Fair beer award has
been judiciously sottled but the froth
of the contest will linger tor some
time to come.
1!y smashing his hat In making a
political point llovernor McKlnley is
infringing on a patent of the late
James (I. Illaine.
A MAN named Nogg is running for
oftlco up la Michigan. A few eggs
added to his campaign would make
Wnv dooa not that bun boat d of
county commissioners repair the road
lending to Summit View cemetery?
Evidently leather-head Sturgis has n
Tiik determination of Peary the
Arctic explorer to remain in the polar
regions the coming winter is cxplniu-
by the circumstnnco that he is a He-
publican. Tin: two lun't heads Atherton and
Sturgis arc now busy explaining.
While thus operating will they explain
why ono Vincent was mado purchas-
ing agent of the county.
Evidence is forthcoming which Im-
plicates Stewart the negro can ildato
for county clerk In sundry misdeeds
at Langston. What does Stewart
know ubout all those cases of ursou?
Litti.k Row; Ark. was visited by n
tornado ut 7:30 o'clock Tuesday eve-
ning which hilled und wounded a
number of people and did great dam-
age to property In the center of the
Kt'T for tho laot that tho Democrats
linvo chcaponod tho cost of comforta-
ble woolen clothing tho Republicans
would he in a pitiable plight indeed
after November the ( th as they Btnnd
out in the cold.
SKcnRTAiir Caiilibi.k has transferred
the foreo of clerks from tho sugar
bounty buroau of his department to
tho income tax division and has
abolished the former. And still the
critiques aro unfellcltatod.
Why should not all good citizens
Mnk all considerations except the pub-
Ho good that by so doing they may
rescue Logan connty and Oklahoma
from tho grasp of the rascals who
seem to think they own both in feo
Rkitjimcax tricksters continue their
attacks on tho negro. Not satisfied
with a diabolical attempt to rob the
Outhrlo colored people of their school
privileges they now seek to vl'llfy and
malign Tandy the independent candi-
date for representative.
Dkaumont Rally nnd Vincent all
came to Oklahoma at tho same time
bix mouths ago. Rally stopped at
Perry Vincent at Guthrie and Beau-
mont at Oklahoma City. The three
started papers and began liylujf their
wires with tho Oklahoma Pops as
dupes. The result Is apparent Will
the Pops stand it?
TACTS OF Cl'ltllKNT II 1ST OK V.
Thr llepuiil'onns started out ut tho
beginning i this -ninpnlgn with tlio
bold decimation Hint iIil Democratic
party had not Itopt its promises if ro-
form; thnt It hud done nothing for the
relief of the people nm! therefore
should bo tut neil out. Tlio declaration
. nn mlniUalnn tlmt til. enuntrv nnd
the pcoplo were In distress nnd Hint
their party was responsible for It.
The admission was and is true but
the boastors are not so loud in their
boasting now. The work of the last
congress and the reforms Instituted
by the administration arc nlroady
bearing fruit The oxponsos of the
govcrnme.it havo been reduced noarly
30000000 a yean the treasuty has
been nnvptl irom liauurutitcy anil me
credit of the government re eslabllsh-
ilj commerce and Industries are reviv-
ing and will soon reach their normal
condition of activity; the cost of living
reduced to the people nnd tin way
opened forjtti era of gcnornl prosper-
ity. In short when tho magnitude of tho
undertaking that confronted the
Democratic party whon It nssifncd
control of tho government Is consld-
ere i nnd tho cumulative oostuclcs
which were thrown In their wny it is
a mutter of profound vtondcr that so
so much has been accomplished nnd
next to miraculous that in tho short
space of a year and v. hnlf more was
done for the relief and bencilt of tho
whole people than was ever nc?otn
pllshed by any other party nnywhero
inthcsnine length of tlmo in the his-
tory of the world.
With such a record which is known
by ovory well Informed citizen of tho
republic it Is no wonder the Republi-
cans nro depressed and spiritless.
Thcro Is no inspiration for them.
To thy to suppress the truth is to
scatter it. Democrats nre therefore
indebted somewhat to Republican
speakers and papers for their aid in
establishing the record their party
has inndo in tlio work of reform for
the benefit of tho people.
Cotton gins nro now running day
and night lit many localities In Oklu
homo. Tho proceeds derived from tho
product Is serving to lubricate tho
wheels of local traffic to a gratifying
degree notwithstanding the low prleo
of tho staple.
Tiik citizens of Logan county want
their olllctrs to bo activo and vigilant
in the discharge of their duties but
they don't expect any of them not
oven tho shorlff to travol 400 mllos in
ono day when they tho taxpayers
hayo to pay tho mileage.
I.v his London nftcr-dlnncr speech
tho other evening Congressman Wilson
told tho Rrltlshers thnt America's
tariff reform movement means com-
mercial and manufacturing supremacy
for the United States throughout the
world the very thing tho protection
beneficiaries of this country do not
want to sco accomplished for sol libit
Tiik Democrats of the country agree
with Senator Vest in tho wish that
Wm. McKlnley may bo tho Republican
nominee fur president In 1300. Mc-
Klnluyism has nlroady been rcpudln
ted by tjio people of this country and
thoy would like tho opportunity to
bury Its author nud thus onco for
ull rid the country of the last vestlgo
of tho iniquity.
Thk most the Populists hope for In
tho coining congressional election is to
becu'o enough members for the next
liouso to glvo thorn the balance of
power so that In case the election of
a president in 1S0G should be thrown
into the house they might be able to
forco the election of u Populist for
president. Tho logic and argument U
worthy of n Mrs. Toodles.
Tin: Democratic candidates for
county ofllccs in Logan county every
ono of them are pledged to administer
thslr olllccs honestly uud in tho inter-
est of tho people not only but to
bring the expenditures of public
mouoy within tho prcsont incomo of
tho county without nny increase of
any kind o( taxation. Now is tho
tlmo to stop tho growing demand for
more nud more of tho substance of the
citizen ami ta.vpajor.
Tiik Populists who aro supporting
Mr Rcaumont of New York for dole
gate 10 congress irom uiciunoina a
great many aro not and will not aro
relying mainly upon the olrcumstancu
thut ho has not been here long
enougn lor the people to become ac
quainted with him and his political
antecedents. As an advonturer ho has
beon almost everywhere In every
party und has universally failed.
Tub chairman of the committee nr
poiuted by Uovornor Jonos of the
Choctaw nation to coiibldor tho ijuus-
tion of taking allotments has sub-
mitted a report to tbo governor ro-
commending a treuty with the Dawos
commission. Tho report and matter
will be submlttod to the legislature
just assembled for notion ami the
belief is that a treaty will be provided
Tauubnkck th chairman of the
Populist national campaign committee
has adoptod tho taotlus of the Republi-
cans and is trylntr to bolbtor up his
waning cause by making extravagant
claims as to what his party will ac-
complish at tho ensuing election. As
a sample of his boasting he assures
his peoplo that they will carry Miss-
ouri by 10000 majority a ridiculous
absurdity. lie made t' e tamo boast
l A. 1 ll.l..H.n - 1 A -1
.u . u nuibu wi ui nn uii
more than fifty per cent
Miss HosuoliTll has brushed back
her psycho lenot and has (milled forth
to dofoat. Its i difficult taste for ti
superlutendci t l nsMtine tl(o duties
of her olllce In December with every
ton her in the county hurling fang-
liltc gnvolins Into her llwli.
1 "AT tuO render may have n more
eotnprehinslvo iindcrstiudhig of the
war sit nation In tho oast we nuoto
the latest cablegram from Shanghai:
"The Japanese have land ml In China
near Chofao which Is u?rosj tho strait
of Pe-chl-ll from whore an army is said
to be inarching on Monkden." This
makes It evident thut tho intention of
the Mikado is to tnku a Pelt-In to tho
governmental affaire ' the orient.
We" 11 see.
Tint lilvor dollar takes Its placo
again along with gold us tho standard
of inonoy valuo. The suntimont of
this country is ngnttist waittng for an
international ngreemont for silver
coinage but in favor of going nhuad
with Hie colnngo on our own hook
And why not? Tho policy of govern-
ment for this country should bo to
serve tho host Intorests of the greatest
number which Is tho bed rock of true
It as Rcujamln Harrison says a
cheap coat denotes n ehoap man; nnd
as Win. MeKtuley declares cheap
sugar makes a prosperous man will
bciuo other good protectionist Repub
lican tell us what sort of a innu ehoap
whoat makes? Under tho reign of
high protection for a quarter of n
century we have soon the price of
that great staple pressed down from
Sl.r.O to 50 cents ti bushel which is
certainly chonp enough for that school
of economists to Sgure on.
Tiik records of tho shorlrt's ofllco
nre in some instancos of vital Impor-
tance to tho county and to the citi-
zen and shettld therefore bo kept
with scrupulous nccuracy. It is a
notorious fact that the records of that
Important ofllee In Logan county
what little there are under the prcs-
ont regime are in such a chaotic con-
dition that n Philadelphia export
would not be nblu to innko heads or
tails of them. Is there any "method"
In this bungling uubuslness-likc way
of doing the public business?
Ri'.ruiu.tcAN organs and orators can-
not wipe out the fact nor explain it
away that the most disastrous period
to tho business interests of this coun-
try wnh tlio three and a half years
covered by the operations of tho Mc-
Kinluy law the culmination of tlio
policy of protection for protection's
sake. Rut thanks to tho determinate
honesty and courage of tho Demo-
cratic party that era Is passed nevor
to bo experienced again unless the
people should lu an unguarded mo-
ment suffer tho party of (.pollution
to regnln eontrol of the government
Tin: Capital in an inane whoop of
partisan craziuess couples tho names
of Snmp3on nnd Sturgis in several
deals made by tho board of commis-
sioners. What show has Sampson
with ti couple of PopulUt idiots?
Rclng iu tho minority he was handi-
capped nnd baokcapped at every turn.
As for Sturgis he Is u scrawny leuthor-
hcad who over since his induction
into olllce has been under tho thumb
of tho Populist scupogoat Vlnront
Sturgis is n lugubrious chump nud
boars the onmit.v of every honest
voter in his district
nil.MOOIlATIU TintUITOHI.VI. UI.AT-
Tho following is tho platform
adopted by tho Democratic territorial
convention at 1H Reno Aug. 1:
1. c tho Democrats of Oklahoma
do now pledge anow our loyalty uud
allegiance to tho Democratic party
and to the principles us enunaiated in
tho Chlcugo platform of 18112.
'J We believe thut all lauds iu tho
Cherokee strip and other additions to
Oklahoma should bo freo to honest
sottlurs uud that the Republican laws
demanding pay therofor should be re-
pealed. 3. Wo heartily upprovo the Wilson
bill us pnssed by the national house of
roprcsentntivos as th.. best expression
of tariff rofoun that can be seemed at
tho present tune nnd we heartily on-
dortte the houost and patriotic position
of Urovor Cleveland in endeavoring to
secure its passage.
4. Wo favor the freo and unlimited
coinage of American silver ut the ratio
of 10 to 1.
15 Wo favor tho iiieomc tax law
now sought to bu enacted by tho Dem-
ocrat h of congress and believe that
tlio income of tho rioh should bo taxed
rather than the nucassitlus of the
0. Wo sympathize with tho labor
organisations of tho country in ull
their just demands when mado iu a
peaceable and lawful manner.
7 We believe that the members of
the United States senate should bo so-
looted by the direct vote of the peoplo
und that their term of olllce should
not exceed four yours.
5. We heartily omlorso our present
Democratic National uud Territorial
administrations and challenge a coin
narUou of the same with their Rcpuh
0. Wo favor the immediate opening
to settlement and entry of the IClelca-
poo Kiowa Comuueho and Wichita
10. We favor the modification of the
rules of practice iu tlio hind depart
mem so that eon tost eases may bo
hoard upon the land in controversy
and the cost of hearing the samo may
be reduced. That the registers uud
rocolvors of the various laud o Ulcus be
provided with nddltioual help to the
end that contents may bo more
speedily and economically hoard and
It. We demand such legislation as
will rcqulro all railway companies to
afford proper transportation facilities
in ull county seat tow us through
which they pass in this territory.
13. We roopeotfully recommend nnd
request that our national administra-
tion reinovo all hold-ever Republican
olllce holders in this territory and ap
point Democrats in meir siena.
.Colored crayons .both pencil and
eiial it nt the Capital wty boon store
9 13 Im
THE LEADEH GUTHRIE OKLAUOMA.
FLYNN'S SOONEH UILL.
In the hoii-ie of representatives on
August lu Delegate Donnls Flynu
Introduced the following bill for the
relief of settlriK In uklnhomti which
was referred to the committee on pub-
lic lands und ordered to bo printed.
The bill bears Mr. Flynn's signature:
Re It enacted by the senate nnd
house of icpresentatlvofi of the United
Stat os of America in congress assem-
bled; that n contest of uny claim based
upon settlement or entry of land in
the territory of Oklahoma on the
ground that the settlor or outryinan
entered said territory before the hour
whun tho lands therein wereopoucd
to settlement as proscribed by act of
congress of March 1 1880 entitled
'An net making appropriations for
the cut rent nud contingent expenses
of the Indian department and for fttl-
lllllng tttuty stipulations with vnrious
Indian tribee for the yeareiulliiir June
3 J 1800 nnd for other purposes" and
nnd the several nets opening lands in
mo territory of Oklahoma to settle-
ment nnd entry nnd tho proclama-
tions of the drosfdenl pursuant there-
to shall not be sustained whoro such
contest was or Is tnt filed within
twelve months from the date of sutli
entry. If it siinll appear that said set-
tler or cnlrymnn has over since re-
sided upon and Improved said truct or
has made final entry of the same.
Sec. 2. That no homestead claim
initiated cither by settlement or entry
more thnn threo months after tho day
thit such lands wero opened to settle-
ment shall be subject to contest on
the ground that the homestead
claimant had entered upon tho lauds
of said territory prior to the hour
whon the same wore opened to settle-
ment; provided that no person who
has entered upon or crossed over any
lands now opened or hereafter to be
opened to settlement in Oklahoma
prior to the proclamation of the
president opening such lnnds to set-
tlement fihnll bo deemed disqualified
to make homestead entry in suoh
All Old Itliyiiin Itrsot.
"A miction sore long time she bore
Physicians were in vain "
At last one day a friend did say
"You'd soon bo well again"
if you would take as I did Dr. Plcrco's
Favorite Pi eseription for that is tho
cure for all the peculiar ailments of
women. Itisusafe simple and sure
remedy. It banishes those distressing
maladies that make woman's life u
burden curing all painful irregular
ities uterine disorders inllamtnutlous
uml ulceration prolapsus and kindred
wenkuossos. As a- norvlno It cures
nervous exhaustion prostration de-
bility relieves mental nuxiotv und
hypochondria and induces refreshing
sleep." She took tho advleo and is
well. "Favorite prescription" is the
only remedy lor the delicato derange-
ments nnd weaknesses of females sold
by druggists under a positive guaran
tee of curing In every cnbo or money
paid tor it reiundcd
Asthma cured by newly discovered
treatment. For pamphlot testimo-
nials nud references address World's
Dispensary Medical Association Ruf-
fulo rv. V.
(luthrleiinil Cli.iiiclli'r.Miill I. Ino
Will carry passongers for 51.50 until
further notice. 40 pounds of baggage
Leaves Outhrlo 0:30 a. in.; arrives at
Chandler at 5:00 p. in.
Leaves Chandler 5:30 u. in.; arrives
at Outhrlo 5:00 p. in.
Olllce nt Palace hotol. Telephone
iso. -IS. 7 13 tf
Joii.v Duhfkk Prop.
Toxin Stuto Fair.
For tho Texas Sttte fair and Dallas
exposition at Dallas October 20 to
Nov. 1 the Santa Fe route will sell
excursion tickets from Outhrlo to
Dallas at rate of 13. 05 for the round
trip. Tiukuls on sale Oct 11) to SO and
Nov. 2 limited to two days in each
direction with llnnl limit of Nov. 10.
L. It Dklanky Agont
Kan In l'li Itatrn
For tho southwestern sailors and
soldier's reunion to be hold nt Arkan
sas City Idtis. October 0th to 12th
the Santa Fo routo will boll round
trip tickets to Arkansas City Katis
at one ami ono-tlilrd faro for the round
trip tickets to bo sold Oet 8th to 12th
inoluslve limited for return to and In
cluding Oat. 13.
L R. Dklanky Agont
S. Gregg teacher of Violin Mando
llu Guitar Cornet etc. Rooms iu Vic.
tor block. 0 ?3 Imo.
Instruction given upon the piano for
a cents por lesson Thoso wishing
my sorviees please call at cornor of
springer avenue; anil Droxol boule
vurd or drop a postal curd to
Mihb Rmrc M. Dumiaii
P. O. box 2t3
First Pub. Dally Loader Oct 3.
To whom it may coucern:
Notice Is hereby givon that Albert
simile nave this day tiled his petition
for lieenso to rotnil liquors In Guthrie
Logan County Oklahoma and that
unless objuotion to tho samo as requir-
by law be Mod by the 10th day of Oct
A. D. 1S8I said petition will bo
Guthrie O. T Oet 8 18l.
V. J. DOLCATBIt
PIANOS & ORGANS
At first cost dlroct from factory.
Send for Catalogue Get our
prices. Piano tuning.
Ofllee nt Hotel Dally Guthrie nt c
127 Grand Ave. Oklahoma City
J. A. HART
PAIN AND MISERY
"About 8 years
ag" 1 sufleroil
tram w list the doc-
tors called ilion-
knows the naln
ftalf8jj!ff? 1 lin'l to emhiro
1111 nillVll V1M1! IU
mo In nplte of tlio
scribed. At last
I liopm taking
Ay or" s Harsapa-
rllla. Alter n slioit time tlio palm
censed. I (oiiIIiiikmI tlii use of the Sar
sniarilla fur a wlmle u-tr until tlio
rliiiiniiitlsm rntlirly ill ii-ar(il "
JavisWai propm-toref IIim stable
Ayer's s; Sarsaparilla
Admitted for exhibition
AT THE WORLD'S FAIRg
lite oi Looan MJ.
We offer as a prize to the teacher
who writes tho best ossny on
"Ihe Duties of a School Teacher"
a Webster'n International Dictionary
Tho conditions nro that the essays
must not contain to exceed GuO words
nnd must be presented for publication
In one or more papers of Guthrie
oriorto Novombcr 1st 1801.
The doclsion will be mado by ballot
oach of our patrons being1 presented
with a ticket with every purchase
made which can be voted by them for
the candidate who in their opinion
bus written tho best paper. Tho ono
receiving tho highest number of votes
will rcceivo the dictionary and the
ono receiving tlie lowost number a
booby prUe which will not bo made
known until decided.
F. B LILLIE & CO.
Now located in its new quar-
ters at 117 south Second Street
opposite post olllce. All courses
listed will bo thoroughly
taught by ovpert teachers
who are specialists.
DIPLOMAS AWARDED I
Scholarships good for ono year
of instruction. Tuition reason-
able and payable monthly in
advance. School day and
FOUR COMPLETE COURSES
Our actual business depart-
ment will bo lit ted for actual
practico In retailing whole-
saling for n complete course
in olllce training and for Inter-
through tho U. S. .Mail.
Wo cordially invito all
friends of Practical education
to visit us nt the College ltooms
For further iniormatlou ad-
dross It. A. GAFFNEY I'rlncliml.
Uutlirlo 0. T.
Tho best Cotton Market for
the southwest is now Houston
Texas. This lias been proven
boyond a doubt by those who
have shipped Cotton there dur-
ing tho past three years.
To accommodato the large
trade concentrating here wo
havo last year. built n model
press and wnrohouse and
have this yoar doubled its ca-
pacity. Pleuso correspond with us be-
fore disposing of your
and ask for stoncll quotations
and other facilities.
Wm D Cleveland & Co.
W. H. 1S00TU
KANSAS CITY MO
For market nqiortg wo will mall the
Dally Kansas City Star freo to our cus-
tomers. Consignments solicited.
Is tho sign at 103 wit Oklahoma
avenue Ilarbcr Shop. You ran get a
hair out or a b.vth for IS cents.
Will be given away on the first day
of October '01. Don't forgot tho
1 I H Gam Ram d? u
HE1 S. DUNCAN
ATTORNBV at law
S. K. Cor. Ilnrrlson nvo. mid Second St.
Q T. ALLISN
Attorney at Law.
Guthrie Okla. Tcr.
Will practice In Federal nnd Terri-
torial courts. Twenty-llvejyears' ex-
perience In courts of Kentucky
Schncll Utiilding Oklahoma Ave.
gAUNDEKSON & THOMAS
Guthrie O. T.
Rooms i 2 and 3 No. 105 Har-
J.U. Kkatok. Jno. II. Cottkbal.
EATON & COTTERAL
Attorney at Law.
Rooms 1. 2 and 3 International Loan and
Trust llulkllng Oklahoma Ave. op. U.
S. Land ofllco.
Joseph Wlbj. C. G. Uornor.
ISBY &r HORNOR
Rooms 23-25 Orer Capitol National Hank.
Attorney at Law
tOfiice in Victor Building.
gayard T. llalncr.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Rooms 11 i. 12 O ray llrusllloek.
FUANK II. CUOSTinVAlTE
13SO V. St. N. W
Tho Land Department
of my ofllco is conducted by the lute
chief of tho Oklahoma Townslto and
contest divisions. I solicit vour busi-
ness and guarantee satisfaction.
Y D. Jackson
Justice of the Peace.
Marriage ceromony performed with-
out publicity if requested. Collections
P. O. Building Guthrie Okla.
P B. HOPKINS
K-" (Late of Chicago)
Room 6. Ill Oklanoma Avo.
PRANK B. LUCAS.
The Leader Counting Room.
F. M. Youno. Notary Public
W. J. WAi.TKns Abstractor.
YOUNG & WALTERS
(leal Estate and Abstracts
Loans and Rentals
Room 5 114 Oklahoma avo. Outhrlo Ok.
MRS MAHY E. ST. JOHN
118 EAST NOlUiE
Thoroughly educated and up to the
times wlili lifted years experience
supplemented with a special past
graduate course in the best colleges In
the land Perforins thoroughly and
s'allfully every operation known to
the profusion. Inserts artificial teeth
on continuous Gum. Gold Aluminum
aud Ilubber plates or without plate
(bridgo work.) Lowest prices in tho
city. Up stairs Cor. Oklahoma Ave.
and First Sticet.
Cull and See
L. E. THOMPSON
733 Went N0M0 Atenur.
under reatonable condition!. Our FREE 96 pais
catalogue will explain wbjr Me can sUord it.
DraQguon's Practical Business College
NASHVILLE TENN C Writo for eauloc ue. )
Book keeping Shirthinc Pwminthlp mi Tele-
graphy. We pend more roouey in the InitreM 01
our E&iplormemDepaitment than halt ibe Outlneu
College! take in at tuition. 4 weeVabyodrmeibod
leaching book keeping 1 equal to 12 weeks by the
old plan. 1 1 teachers 600 stueeuu past Tear bo
vacation; emer any time. CinrHoD. Webavo
recently prepared books especially adapted to
Sent on CO days trial. Write ni sod eiplata
your wants " N.H -Wspay SB. cash fot all va-
caadea book-keepers uenograbheit teachers.
cieiks e'-c reponca 10 us provmea w bu
111 Jli"U 'o Ordci
The llnest lino of samples found In
the territory consisting of Flno Clny
Worsteds Cheviots and Fancy Suit-
ings. Finest of workmanship guaran-
teed. NO FIT NO GO.
Call and tee for yourself.
Wiliiams & Walters
120i South Second street 3rd door
south of postofllce.
W. R. ENNIS
ESTABLISHED APRIL 22 1889
All orders for baggage on outgoing
trains should be left one
hour before the tram
305 W. Oklahoma Av
W. T. CANNON
107 1-3 Oktnlioinn nr. 3 Doors went
ut Jliiuk of Indlnu Territory.
WATCH MAKER & JEWELER
Watch cleaning 75c and up.
Watch mainspring 75c and up.
Watch crystals 15c to 35c.
Clock cleaning 50c and up; clock
repairing 25c and up. Money to
loan on valuables. Pawned goods
at bargains. Umluellas repaired.
FOR A G0OO
CIsTdand At. East of Division St.
STILLWATER AND ORLANDO
Leaves Orlando at 2 p. m. Arrives
at Stillwater at 5:30 p. m.
Leaves Stillwater at 7:30 a. m. Ar-
rives at Orlando at 1 1 a. m.
Neatest and Only Regular Route to the-
Railroad. Good hotel accommodations at
both Stillwater and Orlando. Also
good livery at Stillwater.
MEYER BROS. Props.
It. E. HIGOS.
H. 11. PURINE
Higgs Commission Co.
Kecelvers und Shippers o(
We Jtavo special arrangements for
storing grain. Write for particulars.
Uoom 413 Exchango Building
KANSAS CITY 310.
Directors: Oca U. llarse R. E. Higgs
Geo. D. Ford J. K. Soaver II. J.
Rosencrnns J. P. Ford 1 1. Neal.
Are just an old old remedy
In this new shape.
Doctors have always given
this prescription in water!
We have them in this shape
simply foi their handiness.
1UPANS TABDLE3 sru Ilk n
KsSIUFcr golDK osr Lis bl nd
owtrtul machinery glilng m
tttla necessary lubricating to
the needful parts. E I P-VS"8
TABDLKS do this for YOU.
Constipation Dlzzlntsi Nausea
Dyspepsia and MaLNmrltloa
all yield to Klpans Tabules.
at Drue Stores or Bent by ilaU for U Cents
lurus CiaJUCiLOh U SprucebtJtcv y oik
ffi iigM""r' ""a. r
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 259, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 4, 1894, newspaper, October 4, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73154/m1/2/: accessed October 1, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.