The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 253, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 30, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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VHT; IKAIUOK. GUTIltUK "OiCLAltOAlA..
9f tlie l.r.il.!fr Prlnllne; Co in in it J.
LESLIE C NIBLACK.
Onl.T Mnrnlnff I'lilw-r riittlUhr'il In (littlirlo.
OMuni Orpin of (iklitlmnin lp)norrry.
Tt truY. ouroitau so. isiu.
Tin: Dah.v LitAnen nccapl-J niln-rtU-Ing
nlili tin (lWMiK-t itiwi poMtUn Rimr-ftnt-f
ttmt ll hat rioubln thn imltl
cJn iltiiiiitiiftiii iH'WsiKijwr puhllMiiHlIn
1 iik Lr.uum lllmtnr)' lniii f Mic bust
Ins ittitlons of tho kind In tJn t mid It
dnl y turning out liirgrniiiiiitlUrif work.
Sci il lit your order for binding and blank
boons and ihoy will bo promptly nttcndcd
Oni month dollverod lu cltv I 50
Onr month by mr.ll W
Th i e months....' 1 50
Stl moitthft... ...... 3 00
)m J ear ft 0
lOcnllis..... . I 60
Yrnr . too
hOMK l.lllllt.SIIOMill HAOTf.
AVhen lornered by his llepubHunn
friinds for an explanation of his
pooncr bill intnul.iued in the ln&t eon-
gpess Sir. Fiynn admits to them in a
coifldontlal bort of uny tl at he
could not resist tliu prossuro ifrom
th( doners) and bad to introduce It
llo etr that in iy be tliero Is no sort
of i rt't that tho winners are desper-
ate y li oirnest ii seeurloif tin
passage of tliu b i . At tho pruent
tintc thcro are three intents uf ihe
eooncr organization lu tho torritori'
calling upon each individual sooner
for a contribution to push tho bill
through congress The contributions
arotnkmiu the shape of promisory
no'iCF and it is calculated that by this
mcDl.s ?.'i0000 will be raised. One of
theso (ollectors was in Outhrio last
vrcck and gave the name of W. 11.
Dcoltn. lie had addrcs&cd a letter to
ArnDoo'.ey whoso name ho obtnlncd
ire m tho record of contests only ho
got the names rcx'erEed. The case was
that of Dooley ognlnst her booner con-
testant and Dnolln sought an inter-
view with Dooley by mistake and of
courts ho got no contribution though
it gave away the scheme.
What do tho honest cottiers In this
terr'.tory think of this'.' How and
through whut chanuols is this im-
rnc nse sloth fund to be used? It is to
be placed In iMr. flynu'u hands to bo
used where it will do the most good
in Washington; or is it btlng used as
port of tho licpubllrnn campaign fund
to secure tho election of .Mr. I'lyiin?
If thofcooner bill were a just and
righteous measure il should require
no boodlo to secure its pabsnge; the
representative in congress is paid by
the government to perform such sei -vice
for tho people. If it Is a wrong
Bed unjust jjjeasure as it is ran it be
possible that u repreiontatlve of the
people would attnmpt to pass it for a
Fifty thousand dollars is u consldir-
btlo sum of money but it Is a small
per cent of tho Dinonnt Iivolvid in
tho fioouerTisiir. The titles to mill-
ions of dollars' worth of tliu bostluuils
in tho territory nro involved in fie
passage or fuilure of the l-'lynu bill
If it should pass n largo innj irily ol
the contests that Iuno been dceldod
would be rorerted nnd the sooner con-
testants given tho dnims now iu the
lawful and peaceful possession of as
many honest settler while the latter
would lose their homes not only but
all the money they havo expended in
perfecting their titles as well as that
ami the labor they have employed in
in proving their homes ami providing
for tho comfort of their families.
tJurcly every good cllion will con-
demn 6u;h proceedings at tl.o ballot
lcx next Tuesday.
I'lHTAINIMI TO OICLAlIOMA'S IN.
Ho far in tho campaign Mr. llcau-
rncnt has not deigned to refer to any
of tho important questions which
most directly concern tho people of
Oklahoma and which may bo affected
beneficially by national legislation.
It is claimed for him however that
"tho people of Oklahoma uro more In-
debted to ltuiph ltuaumont for tho
first opening of this territory than to
any other man in Oklahoma." If this
dulm were true which of course it Is
not where was tho omnipotent Kalph
when the wicked l'epubllcans were
enacting the laws providing for tho
opening ot the C and A. strip and
Fctt countries and putting a mortgage
of SI to S3 M) per acre on said lands?
Weren't tht Kclghts of Lubor (for
whom it Is stated and not deolcd he
vms acting ns agent and lobbyist at
Washington) us much interested In
tho last named lauds and thosn who
should seek homes thereon ns they
were In original Oklahoma? If not
why not? Jf they were why did they
not have their agent Italph who pos-
sessed such potential influence pre-
sent in tho lobbies to prevent tho I!c-
pnblican iniquity? If ho could secur-i.
tbo first he ".imtnvoiiireveiit-
Culnolafctit WPero was ho "at" at
that critical time A-hen one toot from
Ills buziu would havo been
worth more thuu a house full of regu-
lar Pop representatives. Tho unfaith
ful watchman upon the watch tower Is
fpiiity of tbo blood of the inhabitants
of the city if through his derelictions
tho enemy gain entrance within the
If Mr. Heaumont could not prevent
Air. JMynu's P"tv from putting a
prlo u; on tho hump o the people
liow could he h pe to remove the bur
den now that It Is fixed upon them? He
imply .coti'd jffo. J Neither coifd Mr
liviin. on I Uo ii frank enough to at'
Hut tho poplti arc not without
hope of redress. Joseph Wlsby tlie
nulc nnd experienced lefflslntor
pledges liitiWU hud is pledged by li's
party to sccuro tho repeal of Hint
portion of tho law fixing prlcus upon
the lands nit nil on ed. That ho will bo
n position to nceoinpllsh this prt-ut
undertaking nnd the only one tliiis
situated la not go.in'tuid by nny The
Democratic parly i lu uonlrol of the
administration nnd of lonifross and
will remain thete Tho hope of the
I'opullMB that they will gulit strength
enough In tho next homo to hold the
balanru of power is a mere wUl i.'-"4 Mn "hi. have t . foot tbc bdl di
wlsri! there Is nothlnir to It or li. Ur'r or " 'cord and they will
What gains they may make If any
will be from the Henubllenn rnrty
and will nvall them nothing and Mr
Heaumont if he should go there hav-
ing mi vote on any meausuro or propo-
sition would bo but a flguro-nead
whose prosenco would be a detriment
rather than a benefit to Oklahoma's
Vote for Wisby.
tiik MtMiK.uii.i: rw.sii'imts.
hen spewku g to New Knglnnd au-
diences llepubllcan lenders big nnd
little de hiM that the Wilson bill has
tfo frlrnds. at il that Democrats only re-
fer to It In an apologetic sort of way
They nlso denounce tho new tariff lnw
as a notice to tho country "that It Is
only vantage ground from whldi to
carry on an aggressive fight against
our industries." The miserable con-
temptible l'ttlo falsifiers. There is
t.ol ii l)( u.i'i tat In tho country who
ci n phi ru md.igcnt reason for his
political fuith but endorses the Wilson
bill in putt and lu whole. And an for
tho new tailff law industrialists
throughout tho country endorse it as
it is but ask that it may bo amended
so as to givo them the bcnellt of free
raw materials. The lnw will no
doubt be to amended in perhaps half
a dozen items; otherwise it will not bo
changed lut will continue the revivi-
fying and Inestimably bcnofleient
work so auspiciously begun for restor-
ing to the cuntry the era of prosper-
ity of which It has been so long and so
cruelly deprived and for which it has
so long and so patiently watted.
a iiu-.im:ss ritiM'o.snio.v
Little liennio llnrrison used to bo
tho favorite nith radical protectionists
as a phrase maker. Hilly MoKlnley is
about to supplant him In that role.
Hero is Sweet William's latest takon
from ills lluffnlo K. V. harangue of
Thursday: "We nro engaged this
your in a movement to keep our busi-
ness at home. Wo havo discovered
that if we do not keep our buslnoeB it
would not keep up." Tho Ilepubllcnu
party has been engaged in that busi-
ness for thiity odd years and tho re-
sult has Wen that tho country hus run
out of business almost altogether
Tho ohterprlsing and successful busi-
ness man rustles for business w herevcr
he con dud a customer whether iu his
own town or county or state. The
same business piiuelple obtains as to
unttons Tho Chinese nro the
oldest people known to civilization
but their high wall nnd non-lntur-oour
e w.tli utiier nutluiis havo mode
them tho m st lion-progresfilvo nation
of tod ' '1 lie .Mi lviuley bontlment Is
unwnrll y a fru en i9htcnrd and pro-gra-s
v poo i.q itt ill us ue buast of
1 he ( lforts of the Democrats to sad
dle the iiituiiiKiit sooner bill outoPlynn
only sIiiih how mean they will be-
iniiio lu i heir desperation. livery In-
telligent Dv'iiiocrat knows that that
bill originated In the interior depart
inont und ns opposed and will be
opposed by Mi. Ply nn to tho last. Kl
On tho contrary every Intelligent
voter whatever his political faith
knows that tho interior department
had nothing to do with Plynn's soon-
er bill. Mr. Pfynn aeknow ledges its
paternity nnd tho Congretolonnl ltec-
oid shows that ho Introduced it and
that it bears his name ulono Tho
Herald's efforts to raddle tho famous
or to say infamous sooner bill onto
any other than Dennis l'lynu Us nu
llior only hos how mean it will be-
come in Its and its candidate's des-
peration Hut It can't fool the people
by such mothodr.
Tin: OiniiiiiK Lkadeh dollantly UIk
Uio Itcpublicnns iietorophoinlsta '
That is Uio worst accusation Unit has
been hurled ut tho jr o p. ; but by tho
way. Mil. r.KADKit in what lioivou'b
miiuo U a "hotoroplioiulRt.?" Croj-s
Mots your unsophisticated inancul-
Ity such gonl Is at antipodes to every-
thing celostlul. It is 0110 of Uio UlObt
insidious and dangerous forms assumed
by tho l'rlnco ot tho 1'owor of tho Air
became droascil in moru goutool up-
parol than tho h6rrld old progenitor.
To u to u plain Angloioxoti term ho U
It if. asserted by protection doctrin-
aires that 'ov tarliTd ineau low wages
aud yot thoso camo p. d.'s assert that
employers of labor advocate a Ulfffj
tariir inabiiiucii as 1111 wvps ques-
tion enters lurgoJvJr' tbo bill of
costs of nil nroiuots tho claims urc
a fflSrb iriUllt. Kudor tho MoKlnley
regime wage wont down down until
in many lutttnncos they ceased alto -
gother. Undvr the present tariff re
form law Idle employes uro bolng nut
to work aud wages advanced volun
tarily by cinployurs.
A vctk for IVanU Dolcatcr will be a
voto for the continuation of thorough
compoten.-v and deccuey in the county
cleric's ofllce qualities that ovary olll
zen who may huve bushiest with that
nllUo dotirr thall bo found titers ai
Tub goodly revival goea on. Nt a
dy passes btij nunpuiueincut U made
"of idle indusfrioawgo!ng into nctlv
opera t on no 1 of ml in ei in wng . y
.ti . .... ijt i.i .1 A. .. ...
Vei-Hy the good un0 r0miiig tun-fund bewiemtxlof krufi . ami Iw M h1 riw
nnjilotisly lookotl for. nr-.l PfO'iHsrt by f by taking Dr. I'lcrwn HoMni Medial
..... . Dh-orert JTvtfy dtontcr Unit enn bo
the IidiniorfUte pjirty m .i "t1 naie.l fWc blooilleldii to lu purl-
eottl.I unlo tho parnlvnv wri of tying qudtltli I5cma Tetter IMK far.
.... . ' : ... lumelM. nml the worst
niiriy (vrani i rtmuMi rapm ny
rapidly (tawing and will noon be upon
.ib In oil ttft happlfyinKoffulgoneo.
Donso.N lllio I'alnter lltmton Law-
rence eU til. eare nothing for tho
records they lmvo innilc: lie. nnd thoy
rely "upon tho idea that tho llepubll--nn
party hn n hnfe plurnllty in thl
country tthuh will pull them through
rejtHrillet-s if irn hIk lint the horent
U ise t ieir ration at tin- pells next
Tuesday right on that point.
TilR i barges agniust KdterilT PftliitorE
published in tliBs4 columns are taken
from Ihe records of the territorial
oftV(. the probate court tht onnty
clerk and the county comrmst-ioncrs.
If they Mre not true why does he not
rofute them by the reeotds ot li's own
ollleo? Doni they nhow tho trans-
actions enumerated from the other
record? If not why not?
pin i ii i i m !-
A voru for Junius Oldham for
aherlil' ts a voto for lionet ty and aolean
record nnd ono that wilt hi opta to
the public nlwuys and will speak for
ROYAL Bnking Powder.
Highest ot all in lenvcnlng
Strength. U.S. government Report
iiih rnr n iiiiprntitig.
Sr. Pirrniumt'ita. Oct. 39. An official
bullotln issuod from Lirndia nl 10
o'clock yesterday morning lieirtug
tho signatures of tho five physiohuis
in attendance on tho cxnr says: "The
czar slept well last night. Ills itppe-
tlto is good. Ills condition is un-
changed." Tho regular olllelal bullotln dated
Titvadla nnd timed 7 o'o'ook lust oven-
Ing snys that the condition- of tho
czar shows no change.
Hlirrmnn'i t omiultSArjr C'lilnf Dir.ml.
St. Louis Mo. Oot 20 General
Ainos Iloekwith who was ehlof of tho
coininisnry depirtmont of Oenoral
W. T. Shorinaii'a army during the
civil war died at his home horo about
midnight of nncumonui lie whs 00
yours old and was on the retired list
of the arinv.
1 urojt I tret in stNitvilppl.
CoiiiMii Mtsa. Oct. 2ft Porest
fires are raging in tho vicinity of
Corinth and a dense smoke overhangs
the town. Several cotton fields haro
been dealrovod iu the outlying dis-
trict valuable timber ruined und the
country latd waste. Hundreds of
farmers nro fighting tho llamas.
Vore Slnnlt 1'oX Vlotlliu.
Wasiiisotos Oct. SO. Another well
developed en so of small po.x was ills-
covered yesterday the victim being
Charles P.. Williams a colored mes-
senger in tho interior dapartment.
Williams is tho third inosnengor In
tho dopnrtmont who has boon at-
tacked with the disease.
lop C.iiiillil ito U'ltliilr.nvn
Nasiimixk Tenn. Oot 33. T. A.
Oatos tho PopitlUt candidate for con-
grohs in thu Kiglith dUtriot has boon
withdrawn by tliu I'opulisU and an
attempt will bo iiiudu to fiuo with
thu Krpubllc.itiH and hiipport JlcOvll
Kcptiblloan against Knloe Demo-
ciat. Tumty 1'nrUli liy mi lSnrtlitimla.
IIuknos Avium Oot. 80. Tho oartli
qunko whioli was felt throughout the
Argontlue Itepublic yoslerday ws
most hevoro. Mxiiy churohos thentors
nnd prltntJ houiei woro destroyed.
Twonty porson-i are known to have
t ruetaxi l 1 1
IUi.timokk JId. Oot ; Mrs. 3lnr-
garet 12 liabtor poeUs diod at liar
homo hero yoster lay. u(tsd &3 yoara.
Sho had been 111 for Komo time. She
was tho author of "t-'lytio' nnd a
number of other popti'.ar poems.
hniiw lit Niirtlinrii Nliritkik.
Hay Simii.nos Nob. Oot 30. This
taction of the htate was visited by a
hoavy hiiow storm yohterday lasting
eight hours tootr lEsulTerlnggroatly.
every polaon In our blood by Dr.
I'iurco'b Uoldon Alodlcnl WUcovcry.
Then ther a clear slclu and a clear
system. Totlor Salt Hheuio. li smiia
Urysipy'nH HolU Csrbunclos. Hu
largetl lilatidR Tumors and bwelltngfi.
and till IJIood Skin and Si-nip Dlseusos.
from a eoninion blotch or oruptlon to
the uor t aerofuln. Those aro per-
fectly ami permanently curad by it.
In bull Hug up needed llosh and
strength of puly. puny scrofulous
oliililrt'ii nothing cnu oqual it.
Dell ale diseases of either sex. hem'-
over induced snedily and rwlicallT
cured. Addro'fi In conHdenc World
DlctpsriHury Medical Association Itof-
fulo. N. V.
Tho Itoyul usrbe stiup tin the north
'Ido of lltirriwin avenue near tieioud
struct. J. li. Towers. Managor. 118th
l"ur CiuiIii Colila AmlttHii. Ilrimelilllt
or unv (Uncase of the throat and Iniigs
try lttgg' Cherry Cough S.rrujx It
relieves where all oth rs fail bold
und warranted by SeatouUa Drug Co.
Democratic mass tueetluks will -Tl
mid at thu fallowing pUcu Tn the
I'm rtoe it t li repi esen WtU; e dUl 1 lut :
&ehcwil dU-tii- So. et) sultol house
No. 1 AVt Uulhrio. Oct. 3).
ttstriei o. ui. f sir view
school hotifcc. Oct Id
Ucliocl house ttlstrU-t No. ( "i l'rslrle
soliool horj. Oct ;'7.
lion W II Herod candidate for ren
rosvutatWe and other speakirs ul
spenlc ut each uf these meetings.
II. II. IIahn. Cbalmmn.
n. Knu.Aric Sm rtary.
co's Cream Uakin? Powder
nlal no Ammonia or Alum.
stop Hint GtflKli
With Uvg'aOhwry Cougli Syrup. It
is tho lun.t elTe'iie nivduiau orer pot
on the tnml.it fur n.l throat and lutjg
troubles I'noe'M mi. nml ft no i-ti'
ton your en'ei pr.&lnfc' ilrti-vM Uneps
(t mh! Ov on 1 I una ssf 'i UOO pounds
Nix HnU. II A Oi. IU 3tf
To n t ln nu ibuiulanl hi-nil of hair
anatma!'"! r ti a gnd t A .v ibu
hygclK fUti- v a1 it mus b.' ..li-ervid
Apply ilad's flair Une.Hyr
8cr fnkrus Horea nnd
Bnollinqs nro per-
tn. Titos. IfAtllMS.
i'ot WahtftUl Station
"Aoout four j (sitango
im ilnuuhtcr Helen
Willi Hrneran III 11 ills-
tro'lug form. Blio
trtnl tneillolnos too
numerous to moni-
tion but tlicy Ultt no
rimxI. I told her Hint
I would write to Dr.
nfttr a few month'
urn of tits medicines
I bellcu) j'our modl-
JIu If cuius.
rJifi was cnthTlr rami
olnw tinoiuiiic i.
Mi". Jm h ltrrunr0!f. a widow living
iHnir w lUffli I !. ii . a fnv yrn iwjo ms in
ativMoly tii.l Ih inn nml uwd jt"'r propri-
etary mctlloliKS wti .i cut lt success."
Church of (Irit S lehtlst 'nnda
bcIiooI at 2. to p in liibiarendtitjr
iiKiwtrv iiieetinir ut '. .to h. in
Sn'i'ialh nt 8UI Mnnsur itrenuo. West
ile All uri- invited
Or. i'rlc'? C:can Haklaf; Powder
I ADAMS HOUSE J
A ' A HOSE l'riip. $
H032 Opposite Ladies'j
Sntfanoe to Union Dapot-g
ICAMSAS CITV Mo.
font Hate Ofllce In Con-
iUoeni SCwljr nr olnhcJ.
$ ft Mas Moderate
fltoonn COc 75 andn.
" '(.'nil mill Sen
L. E. THOMPSON
7J." Vit Aoliln Aienup.
W. T-; CANNON
lot l- UhlnlinilM iiv. :i IJoorairct
of M.inkof IihIIiui Tcrrltnry.
WATCH MAKliR fc JEWELER
Watch cleaning 75c and up.
"Watch mainspring 75c and up.
Watch crystals 15c to 25c.
Clock cleaning 50c and up; clock
repairing 25c and up. Money to
loan on valuables. Pawned goods
at bargains. Utnbiellas repaired.
W. II. H00TH
KAHSAS CITY MO
For niarkot reports a will mall tin
Dally Kansas City htur frento our cus-
tomer.. l'oiilgiimoiiU solicited.
BETTER THAM TWO FOR OHE.
TUB WISKKTA' LBADKR.
Cincinnati Weakly Enquirer;
Ilotb one yoar for only ?.175
Tbo Hnqulrer is now issued twice a
wooVt Tnesdnyn anil I rldays. Is an
8volu n 11 tf-pngo paper largo slza 01
10 Urge pages -overy ween equal to
208 ordinary papers a year that usually
ooet ; all largi type plain print und
white paper." A coinpluto'now depart
uro from old time journalism.
Call orivddresa all orders to
. THE WEEKLY LEADER
Guthrie O. T.
STILLWATER AND ORLANDO
- HACK LINE.
heaves UrlanUo at 2 p.
at Mimvater at 5;
130 p. in.
Leaves Stillwater at 7:30 a. in
rivcf at Orlando at li a. in.
Nearest wi Only Regular Route to the
flood hotel accommodations at
both Stillwater and Orlando. Also
gixxl livery at Stillwater.
MEYER BROS.. Prone.
W. R. ENiSfiS
S6TABUSIIED APRIL 37 1885
All older (or baggage on ontgoinp
traiui should be left one
bour before the train
305 W. Oklahoma Av
SAYES YOUR LIEN!
Hi8u Wor'i tbd Best.
Try Iho Troj Unnil" liOimdr.v
H. B. FRIERSOH.
I OR THE
Wo offer as a prlo to the teacher
who writes the host ossiiy on
"Ihe Dalies of a School Teacher"
a Wobstcr'n International
The conditions tiro that tho ossays
must not contain to exceed CluO word
and must be presented" for publication
In one or more papers of Guthrie
nrlor to November 1st ISO I.
The decision will bs iniido by ballot
each of our patrons being presented
with a ticket with evory purchase
mode which can be voted by them for
Uio candidate whej. tn their oplulon
has written the bust paper. The one
receiving the highest number of votes
will recolvo the di.-tionary nnd tho
one loccr.vlng tho lowest nuraWr a
booby prize whldi will not be made
known until doetded.
F. B. LILLIE & GO
ender reionablo condition. Onrl'RFE SGpaga
cataloguo will ciptnin why o can aftord il.
Dranglion's Practical Business College
fUSHVILlE TENN t Write for Walosae. )
Book kep!w Shorthsi4 PmnjansHp h. ! Tele-
(jrjphy. WB spend more money tn die inteieat ol
lur KmploymcnlUepirlnunt (ban halt the Uuines
(jailageai-ikoinasiuiuon. c wccks ujr our memou
(cachini; book-keeping is equal to 12 week bjr the
old plan 1 1 leachera OOO ttiidenta patl voar. no
vftoatlonj cflter any lime. Chuap Hoard Weliave
recently lirerria books especially adaptcU to
Sent on 60 dvs trlnl Writs us nnd csptain
"yoarwnw."N D- Wepy og. casliforall va-
oandss book-liei enoiraphPr teachom
clerks cic reported to ti puvided we fill same.
FOR A aooo
Glsvsland At. East ot Division St.
Oni Kljlit Only.
Saturday November 3.
Speclnl egngemoiit of tho natural lilsll
Coifjcdi.in Vocalist and Dancer
In a Soo uio Production of his latest
Irish Comedy Drama
Tony I'arroll's Song's.
Tho (Jarry Oivon Quartette
Tlio grand Church Choir.
'The great chapel tcenu.
i groat pruon beano.
Prices 76 60 25.
Advance UU at Wallice fi Holler's.
Tho hefct Cotton Market for
tlie soiitliwet is now Houston
Texas. ThU liu Immmi proven
hoyond a doubt by thow who
havo t.lilpiol Cotton tliero dur-
ing the past tlirtk yoara.
To ncooinnicxlato tins largo
trade conaontratlpg here we
havo last year built a model
pro&s and nrolouic and
iiavu this your double.! Its ca-
pacity. I'lcnibO uanvspond with us be-
fore disposing of your
and ask for stencil quotations
nod other faollltlos.
D. Cleveland & Co.
OKLAHOMA BICYCLE COMFY
THE SQUARE BICYCLE DEALERS.
Will search for trr-tis during" the sealon of 1894. Largcat stock of cycles
and cycle sundries west of Kansas City.
Bicycles Sold on Installments
PAYMENTS ACCORPING TO PRICB.OF BICYCLES.
A large line of Second-hand Hlcycles at 'Slaughtering prices. Term
easy. Do not forget to call on us for Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Call at or address 113-113)4 East Oklahoma avenue Guthrie O. T.
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y
E. H. KNAUSS Manaprer.
n SB H ; .
EfiST HARRISON AVENUE.
H. H. PERRY Prop'r.
HERE WE ARE!
West Oklahoma venue.
WITH ALL KINDS
Two car loads to select
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division.
One B'ock From Hotel Royal.
1 mi 11 nas-wiw'f wwiiiiwinwiiiiF
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
In Stock alt the Time
Dr. J. T. Dautiult lias associated himself with Dr. J. A. Hart &
Co. and are located at the corner of First an I Noble. Tho have a large
barn where they can properly cate for all sick and crippled animals.
As veterinary surgeons they are second to none
COMBINEO EXPERIENCE OF 50 YEARS.
In connection with the hospital they run a boaiding feed and
exchange barn. All stock left in thc:r care will receive their constant at-
tention. All cills promptly attended to day or night. Surffcon Dentsts.
Spavin and Ringbone arc their specialties. All of their inntmments arc
new and comprise everything known to the Veterinary science. Have
ample room for 100 head of stock. Call and be shown through the hospital.
CALL AT TAINT SHOP.
115 N. Hcciinil
For your painting paper hanging
aud bign worlc All work guaruuteud.
J. P. BEARD.
13 THE DtST.
f r IniENMEUEDCALf.
"" EXTRA FINE. U1
SCUD TOR CATALOGUE
Vou ct.u e ivc monry by purcliilu . li.
(iccaute e aie the largest manufacturer ol
ndttriUc.l -Uoc in the world nnd nuaraulce
the . line by damping the name and price era
the boltoMi. which v""'1 3"'" against hlen
iirlccs aud the middleman spro it Ourhoe
enual c Jsiom wort iu lyle eay fitting and
wearing oualilles. We have them o'd every
where at lower price for (he vulue Riven than
ony other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply ou we can. Sold by
Are just an old old remedy
In this new shape.
Doctors have always given
this prescription in waterl
We nave them in this shape
simply for their handiness.
IUTAK3 TABULES rre like) an
Kcglneeryoluit over bis bi and
novrrrtul machinery gl.liu a
llltla neevsury lubrleatla In
the mcxl.il jiartii 11 1 I' v Ms
TABULLa do (bit for YOU.
Constipation Dlzzlne Nausea
livtpcpslA and Mal.Nutritlon
fl lcld to Itlpans Tubule.
AEAMER & CO.
OF FlME VEHICLES
from. GIVF JS A CAT T..-
Hamilton & CO.
SUITS FROM $20 DP.
Good fit and first-class workman-
PARTS $5.60 AMD DP.
109 South First Si root.
MllS MAlfY E ST. JOHN
1 18 RAST NOHLE
Su'lb Mado to Order.
Ttuj flncsi line o( samples found In
the territory cupbi&tliig' of INno Clay
Worstoiis Choviots 'find Fancy Suit-
inffa. Fiuri of workmanship guaran-
teed. KO PIT NO (JO.
Finest West Enfllond Trouserlno
Call and ree for y inrself
Wiliiauis & Walters
. THE TAILORS.
1SOK ouihSc...iid street 3rd"door
south of putatwfUce-
atom feF a tsai'
. K t. xji.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 253, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 30, 1894, newspaper, October 30, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73176/m1/2/: accessed July 6, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.