The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 35, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR LOANS ABSTRACTS AND
AND MttMOHIAL LOOK-
INQ THAT WAY.
FREE HOMESTEADS ARE DEMANDED.
lttccititnlli UM T!irtr MllmiB- Hnv
crmir Tnll f I'nriloN tJniiitwI-WIU
to lln I'rlutwI-ViirlsiM llllln Intro-
lured mill ItmttlHn ltiiliii'f
t'uliMl limtli l.twinikitrltHM
tlt Ufn Hill Willi Hint.
rrcsidetll litter appointed HclOII
IIdo nud .letuile Murphy nugae.
On motion of Senator CoiiImn tlio
g or mop's tnesenge was referred .ton
opuiiiiltleo o( the whole.
Au council bills now on tlieeulondnr
were printed. A motion by Sonntor
Km to reeonsider wns loet by n vote
of to S.
AH bills iHtrtHlneetl on Tluirsdny
wen' plneod on seeond rending.
House concurrent resolution No. 7
moMtornllalnf eongreas for free home-
Std8 WHS taken up for d'.SCUSSHJH.
Stumor Doom wanted tkte mutter
taken np and nil the fncts In the enso
prertttted to congress no tke resolu-
tion was not Hnlf strong enough.
Many wen in hta district were nbout
to abandon their furms because of be-
ing nueolntely unable to tnnke the
government irhiiinl sil unless re-
lief wns fronted hundreds would lose
vhelr home. He also suggeeted thnt
tko time knd come for Oklahoma to
net and secure U possible the grunt of
lands for public purposes given nil
Sonntor llteer stated that his peo-
nlo were able to way for their lauds
mt did not want to ns others lind ro-
colrwl theirs free.
On motion of SennUir Soott tke reso-
lution wns deferred to the committee
on federal rotations ns wns nlso one on
the Mmo snbjeot by Sonntor Holes.
Kw. 34 by Senator linker. To pro-
vldu (or the organisation of tlio terri-
torial mtlttln nnd repeal chapter M.
No. M. by Sonntor ltolos. airing
justice courts jurisdiction In oosos of
Ko. So by Senutor SootU rrovlding
for tbu suspension mul removnl of
county city niul township otlloors.
l'ro<lent lluor nppotutud Sonntors
Holes hhiI Ooulfou lnetubors of the
joint eommttvoo on rulas.
The couunlltfe on fodornl rolntlons
roportoil rocoHiiH0nltng Senntar
llolob' froo houie moflnorinl ns n substi-
tute for tke liousa memorial. Senator
DMim otTerml n substitute and n long
Krerybody wantetl free homostond.s
lint tke 1'oimllHs howled reeltlng the
fnot thnt tke peool were poor and un-
able to pay for their lands ttnd ill ore-
fore etltioned for help to be glron by
making the lands free while the lte-
publlonns wantel to riei:nnd froo
homos In tke strip Cheyenue nud
Arnnnkoe lottawatMnle Sue urn!
1V and all other rctrrntlons ns n
Senator ltolet.' resolution Anally pre-
vailed by a mrty vote.
No. SS by Senator Hny. Creating
the atllee of district nttotnoy.
No. S by Senator Kogtin. To
nmond soetlon 10 of nrtl'le II ohnp-
tor on bonds.
Tlio JuiMoinry eommitteo roportoil
KubmltUng n sulmtiluto for the Iioumi
robolutlou relative to the purchase of
oopkte of htntute for the members.
Urnler buspouaion of tko rules it wns
rond twteo and paeeed.
Tke amendment of tko house to tke
resolution orde'lng the gorornor's
metnge printed was rejected tko
oaiiHoll inshttlng on the pnUlloation of
only 1000 eonkts.
A womajte was roeelvwd from lo
oruor Henfrow giving a list of pardons
granted kj kttn ns follows:
J W Wltnon
Logan Assault to kill
Pott. Folnti tga gun
Potu tirand larceny
0 Pointing a run
logna Grand lareenj
lred Bran a
A meMSige to the hove frasn Um
orwnior as to granting of m4o
TWe snsslsl eowmiiMMi eowtWUng of
Synaenr. Kmip a4 KllioU iNeUtei
ta invesUgatc whether or not tke U.
& kad a Ihm of the wbwle knlldusg.
rortd that the gOTemns had
nothing to do wtu too ronUog of Um
mi int. Report accented
The commitloa appointed to
mo Um 4UEwrst aobjs of Um gov-
amor's msseage snbeattted taoir re-
port which oar atiy romm ended a
c-ir ful cowAidoratkMi of U
t.oi s ond rocom mends tWn
tat re. n The apportionmnnt w a
Thai part relatiug to school 14
s r -KtHifully referred to eomnuttoe
oi pi.Uic lands and Wildings; that
pari re sun to nniversity. normal
.- kru-ultuml coi lege and colored
vi - s . .. iiraiiu on edncntion. re
' ;i.r trvasurrr tnne
t i'r.inr.( tvvarus of tea th
a v .it nial rxamineriL )narau
is ai..i historioai Wroan tocvu-
n wars and moaas: that n (
re.aUi.g to dsstrtbnUoa of
committee oa agricultare. that jMtrt
relating to nuun nmiiumw on
militar- th iart rx-x u.iuenJ 1 g
aturndments t.' statuU rv aw rc.at.ng
to tank depos' tors t-" commttee en
Imnka nnil Imnltlm?: that jmrt relntlug
to rnllrnuils to poinnilltoe on railroads
mid private corpora tlonsj that purl
latiur to i rimes to eoinmllte on erlm-
Inal jurUpruilciiee: that part relating
to game and fish to committee on
rind flh; that part relating In loswr-
ance to committee on insurance; that
part relating to aaloons to commltloe
on ways and means; thut part relating
lo legislative apportionment to com-
mittee on elections; that part relating
to territorial nnil oounty expense and
nil other statutory nmetiditenU to
eommlltee on judiciary.
The committee on mllenge compoeod
of lleprca-iitntlvea Smith I-ltile nnd
Ilrowu reportwl. allowing tlie varloH
memliers mileage ns follows:
1 X It He Ford. Linden "
2 t'ha X llrowH. Clifton To
S S A Wnlte Xorman
I R.INesbltt lrfixlHgtofl 7t'
ik II c St .lohn. Oklahoma Cltr M
A .Inmw llrown lGdmond m
7 AN Sncer. Yukon W
S II A Todd. Ft Iteno 71
p (1 V Sutton. Cleveland WO
10 VT Little Ferry
11 VA llogan Chandler
1 9 lloliert I iO weiy Still w ler
IS W 11 Mason Chandler
II C M ltarnes (luthrle 00
IS JSW'nde Mulhall 1
10 VA Knlpe Perkins so
IT Ml McCoy. Watonga
W I'osten. Sear 110
10 II It Walling. Mod ford It I
90 (I W Vlckers Alva
tt CtlKIMott Itln-kwell SO
W M Smith. Jefferson 1M
23 TTltoyer. Alveratta I IT
r4 U S Sieln Xiwth linkl IM
t II W llradfield. Woodward T
NV F llendrlx. Arapal M
The following bills were Introduced:
No. 15. by 11. & St. John. To repeal
cortnln sections of statute of 1SS en-
Xo. in by M F McCoy. In relation
to onlllng n statehodd convention
Xo. IT. by iowery crentlng the
ofllce of county auditor.
Xo. IS by Smith eetnbllahlng iienl-
teutlary at Fond Creek hUUlon.
A Milnt reeolutiou. br Knine re
questing the secrotary of agriculture
of tke 1'nltad States to have the qunr
untitle line so ohnugod thnt our enttle
tuny bo innrketod upon nn equal foot-
ing with cnttlo rnltcd In states north
of this territory wns Introduced nnd
referred to the committee on agricul-
ture. Kepresentntlve McCoy ottered n joint
resolution regarding the excess of land
In Iudlnu nllotments throughout the
territory nnd nsks that Oklahoma be
given btteh for edueatlounl nud school
purposes which resolution was re-
furred to the eommlltee on public
Si'i'oml Hemline of IIIIN.
II. R Xo. 3 by Mason; No. I by St.
John; No. 5. by St. .lohn; No. S by
Lowroy; No. 0 by Nesbett; No. 10 by
St. .lohn; No 13 by It-trues; No 10. by
McCoy; Xo. IT by Low cry rcfvred to
oommtttoe on judiciary.
Xo. . by Su .lohn. and Xo. II by
MeCoy were referred to committee on
ways nnd means.
No. 7. by St John. vas refe.Ted
committee on roads tin I highways.
Nas. IS nnd II. by Klllott were
ferrod to committer on elections.
No. IS by St. John iteferrod
eoinmitlou on regulation of liquor
No. IS by Smith. Heferrwl to com-
mittee on ponul nnd reformatory in-
stltutlns. AflirniMiii MmmIiih.
llendrlx olTcred u j dul resolution to
thu cite t that oongreas be memorsl-
lacdtops cttaldlng act and Ukln-
houm be admitted as u state ut the
onrlle&t prautieable moment which
wns referred to committee on judici-
ary. HruiltltU introduced house bill No
31 for bouding county surveyors.
Stein offered a resolution for addi
tional olork hire which wns ndoplod
No. 33 br St John relating to depo
sitions introduced read second tlite
anil referred to committee on Judi-
ciary. No. 30 by Smith wns introduced
relating to JurlMliction in elrll pro-
ItrndHeid of WoomvnrU oUereii a
resolution risking of the United Sutos
n gift of the Ft Supply military reser
vation to be used by the territory
Referred to the eommlltee on public
No. S3 by lowery. relating to em-
ploying stenographers was introduced
name to second reading and referred
to the committee on judiciary.
A resolution by llogan to r'sUe the
general clerk's salarr to 4 per day
was otfered and adopted.
No. 10 br KUiott. an act relating to
age of consent was Introduced
No. to. br Smith. lnertlnr the
words "except homesteads" after the
word "debtor." in soetlon -133. civil
It Is Chart N- llrown. of Clifton
not James Brown who U on the Pal
mer-Walling coo tost committee.
Bills are coming thick and fast and
it will moom be iccj wad tug.
Several errors occurred la too list of
committee published yesterday. Fall
aad correct list of all eomaUttos can
be foaad on the second pafo of tbia
Mrs. W . Mason aa4 ia Him lo
xid 1j Fletcbor worn tetoroatrd
spectators of too pro lay of the
Cms. King too eaWoat clerk of tao
aooar k very ropalar aasoag Um
momboH as well at all Ummo wae
fcae baalna -o traoaact with hiav
Btatoooad is coaslag oao bill aad
000 mortal op toe an eject already
CoeaeilU-r Doom U from Um world
renowned Poy roaotf. Udiaaa.
where is to be foaad the Uekieat mad '
u.. the moat rad'ieal Democrat ia tt
BOOr Jur og tc
:ea t as s :.
PRMIDSNT ALVOWD TALK! OUT
IM OfMlW MfUTINO.
AND TSRDSRS HIS RESIGNATION
Itrs.iHoi IMk liiinnnilrt lloninns .tin Not
.llud.'-Whrr-i IIih I'mhI 1Ih (Minn.
rsali'H onlelnls mid Nwilli- H-
i.'h1ltm-ln Ctlttr It All I 111
ffilUlf I'liiiillhlicK-'I'lm 1 ! t
I qnliiil Ih ili't'trrlli)r.r.
M.ij t Hertry It Alvord. who soino
months sgo was elected president of
ihs Territorial AgrltuHnrnl and Me-
ukanlual college at Mtllhwater presents
muiiy Interesting facta" In his annual
report submitted to the governor nnd
the secretary of the Interior lie llrst
gives a history of the establishment
and irrowth of the oollege and tells of
Its present nourishing condition with
an attendance of ISO studenta a line
building and mi equipment k renter In
variety mid eoat than all the other
educntloiml Institutions of Oklnhoma
combined higher in grade limn the
district school. This comprises refer-
ence books maps churls. Illustrations
models machinery apparatus scien-
tific Instruments and technical Unlsli-
lugs and supplies.
Special ofTort has been msde to lay
the foundation for a good working
llbruruy unil to arrange ami munago
this on the most effective pl.iu. He-
tweeu $3000 and 3)0000 dollars have
been expended for books and library
After speaking of the excellent work
of the experiment station and of the
! need of another building and thu es
tablishment of mechanical ami domes-
tic economy ho makes some stnrtllng
statements about the pn6t mismanage-
ment of the institution nud hit square
ut the shoulder at existing evils cull-
ing loudly for reform and at the close
stutes I'mt h ; has tendered his resig-
nation because the board of regents
refuse to take action on the evils men-
tioned. W'u quote some of the most
sensational parts of his report.
"Tlio oollege officials labored under
the erroneous idea that they must ex
pend the first annuity of ItT.ouO before
lite close of the fiscal ear in which It
was received and although there wero
but even months in which to do It and
only 3 300 was paid for salaries they
went at the Imsgineit Uuty heroically
ana on June 30 IM).' no balance re-
maiiieil of the Morrill fund Natural! v
a good many purchases were mnde
quite unnecessary nt that tlmo as
SI SOU for surveying instruments while
no clss-t in surveying has yet been
formed and some hundreds for miner-
als uts.. never yot unpacked. The
board of regents seems to hare assisted
materially us the records show thnt
Its members constituted themselves
'purchasing agents' with liberal allow-
ances for time and expenses charged
In as part of the cost of articles
"During thu same half year the col-
lege receixed lis annuity of SSu.OuO
mnkluir with the balance above named
n total of $Mf7 si; of this the sum of
$llr6S M hns b.en exuendud and there
remains on humt St'.VU? s 117. Perhaps
It would be mors corre.-t to soy that
this balance of about $2((X0 of the
Morrill fund remains to be accounted
for. It Is certainly not all in the pres-
ent tressary of the college and there
seems to be some doubt as to Its loca-
tion." i:.iiilill'uii TrwiurT' MrtlioiW.
"The board of regents as a eorpor-
tion has not b en fortunate iu Its
choice of treuturers. The first treas-
urer in oitice nearly three years never
rendered a comprehensive account
to the botrd it is stated that
he kept no books and
msde no distinction iu the funds but
hail a single deposit which was drawn
upon to meet all approved claims pro-
sen ted. without ifWriuitnatiou. The
only treasury records are the check-
stubs with dates aud nmtiunts and
names which give little clue to the
character of expenditure.--. There are
no vouchers except a doten or two re-
ceipted accounts which have been
gatherel up st the collejfft. This
treasurer has never settled with his
successor aud Is believed to have
soMelhlng over three thousand dollars
of college funds still in his hand
Ills bond was latelr found in a lot of
rubbish used a packing nnd is now in
possession of the board.
Yhr th Manny (Ihim.
"The aptitude of the board of
regents to -absorb' the funds of the In-
stitntion which tuey succeeded in do-
ing jointly and severally during tke
nrst two years to tne extent 01 over
fdOO attracted the attention of the
econif legislative askembly of the ter-
ritory which prohibited by law
(March. 103). auy member of the
board from being em ploved to perform
any work in connection with the col-
lege or receive any allowance from its
funds and made provisions for limited
per diem and mileage to be paid from
the treasury of the territory. As a
substitute for former personal ser
vices the members of the board have
since adopted an equally pernicious
practice of patting friends and adher-
ents into college vacancies or creating
onions for them.
"The farm supena leaden is paid
fl.?00 a year ani has allowance
worth two or three hundred awe- No
soon employe i needed. This is the
opinion ot the station ofl! era. At
time this epertntendeat i aa actual
hind ran to w.rk. tie is entirely
Ignorant of aieai'Ac principles or
station practice i nt even a 'model
termer.' aad aithoagh a itrf clerer
wis is nsefat here only as a hoUer
and time keeper.
"The 'eoretary of the college and
station and general aeconatant holds
what k practically a siaecare. The
place was known to nesn h when He-
ated ani tiled by choice of a "political
worker.' who accepted it aa a retard
for part) son lee and pablicly declared
hk infection to do little or nothing
Be s illiterate aad unfit for kecpiof
ordinary ree. rds During the trt six
month of nts empsovmcut he was
aiecent foraaty ' than thirty dart
oiaf ana coming at will and declaring
ntesseif independent 01 any sapseior
Aa he was neeleas when at the ollce
and there ao little that he wa not In
Um wnjr. the evil was tolemied for the
I time. i oBicrr a psja seinry ot
T.kJin H. IU-iciisiua.
T i . t r .- -. a. -T. n-x -. f
e ' ..f
W. M. BRONSON
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
IL m. r !&&&&
equipment and start r.f the college in
Its neiv iunrler for the His' time in
systematic operntiot. van hi engross
lug that theso matters while appreci-
ated could not receive proper utten
tion on my part As soon ns possible
1 presented them fully to the board of
regents with plans entirely ronson-
able nnil practicable for administra-
tive reform. As the lionrd hnB soeu
(It to ilocline action and postpone con-
sideration to a date when it Is known
that no quorum will bo present 1 have
tendered my resignation as president
of the college A copy of my letter is
appended to this report
llKMIV K Al.VOllH."
Ciiirn Artril Upon mill Siitiintttril Hi fori
232. Myers vs. llerry error from
l'ayne county; submitted on briefs
83S. llnlloy vs llehrnnt error from
Payne county; submlttud on briefs
SSI lrvin vs Irvln error from
Fnyne county; submlttud on briefs
810. Fltsgornld vs Ivolth et ul
Canadian county; tnken on record.
313. Smith ct ul vs linker ut nl
Cu mul Inn county; argued and submit-
fd. 254. Fotts Drug Co vs Denison ct
al from I'nync county; dismissed.
In re. J. U llrown mandamus pro-
cedure from Oklahoma county; filed.
111. K J Kelly vs A. J. Sony; sub-
mitted nn briefs.
llruilhwaite vs Auditor Cameron
133 Santa Fu It It vs J II Johnson
error from Lol-uu county urguud.
20S. Yulllng vs Irwin; taken on
11 L Orlgsby and W II Crlley of Kl
Itono; A C Scott and Harry St John
of Oklahoma City and It F Williams
of Norman wero admitted to prac
ItiTycr anil CroUwr V 1 1 1
I'litlroly In Hiicliinit.
Nkw York. Jan. 10. It Is practical-
ly settled that Richard Crokor and M.
F. Dwyer hnve decided to abandon
racinir In this country this year. They
will take over to Kugland their en-
tire establishment even including a
dozen yearlings that have been win-
tering' at Red Hank X. J.
ten Mitittlit Wilt Yet Ho Senator.
Hki.k.na Mont Jan. 11. The Re-
publican caucus last night nom-
inated Lee Mantle of lluttc for
the unfilled term of the senate. The
caucus then took four fruitless bal-
lots for a nominee to succeed Senator
Powers. Mantle was appointed two
years ago but was not seated 'by the
I'rluroM KiisntltctiofT Doail.
Cincinnati Ohio Jan. 1 1. A cable-
gram from Paris says Princess Kug-
nlitchetT died there suddenly yester-
day of pneumonia
WjBtt'n Cosy rurliir In tile l.ocllitl
In looking through the leglslotive
building one is naturajly surprisml to
Unii the woot side of the basement the
coilost and mot comfortable port of
the bulldlnc. Here Frank Yyatt of
the Silver Dollar has tilted up an es-
tablishment which Is not excelled in
the territory for elogauce and comfort.
A Hue bar Is at the south eud elegantly
titled out aud whore are served liquid
refreshments of all kinds from tli
tlnest of wiues aud most mellow of
whUkles to the over popular laper and
milder beverages. Along the west side
are several private rooms handsomely
furnished aud carpeted where small
oarties can sit quietly and consult on
nrivate matters without feur of inter
ruption while dUcus6lng the good
things from the bar. The whole place
is qniet and attractive and is conduct
ed in tke admirable manner in which
Frank Wyatt always conducts his
places. The public are all cordially
invited to eall and see him.
Oi. Price's. Cream Baking IV""'
Vnr!d's Fair Hichest Award.
Just received a shipment of the
famous Arkansas Jennie Lynd eoa!
Try it aad yon will ue no other; Sl.M
per ton delivered to any part of the
city Weieker & Falroeld. tf
Kight or tea boarders rooms
furnished. Call at It:. Sonth
street opposite poslonlae. 1 T 41
Copies of the Woman's Edition of
The Dai:? Leader can be had at W. H.
Uumptrry'k vlUce on Oklahoma avenue
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
For fall ard winter ls4 ditp'.ayeJ ty
H. L. Cohen the New York Tailor.
I am not ot for eheap Tsi oring- bat good Tall r.cg.oheap.
IN BANK OF INDIAN THRK1TORY BUILDING-
Hrlr r (IMnrrp. 1'iiIiiIihI. nt llnppiiiltiiBn In
mul Alms! tlm t-'lly.
John R. Clatk ie here from Still-
water. Mr. and Mrs Henry E. Asp
from the north last night.
Dr. lturtter la now a full fled gat' cor-
onet prepared to sit on a corpse In
the most approved style.
Miss Gladys lClncsid of Mulhall. Is
visiting in the city with Miss ICsy
Yeamans for a few days.
The popular salesman Hsker Melone
lias accepted a position with Strauss
the shoe man ISeadleV old stand.
Mrs. l'ilser who has been here with
her husband. President I'itser of the
council for a week returned home
yesterday. Hhc Is a very pleasant
lady and made many friends iu Guth-
rie. You are
invited to attend
the First M. R church.
We will give yon u hearty welcome
whether you are it cillscii or a visitor
of Guthrie Preaching every Sunday
at 11 a in. mid 7:30 p in .1. I). M.
In yesterday's Leader it was stated
that nn Oklahoma City committee in
connection with Auditor Cameron nud
Senator Scott appeared before the
governor to ask that the murderer
MilligHti should be par toned. This
did grave injustice to the committee
as they had no intention of asking
that Milliean should be pardoned but
that thu death penalty imposed upon
him be commuted to imprisonment for
lly young man as clt-rk or nnr thing
honorable Address "Clerk" this
olllce. 1 13 3t
To nursing mothers. Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription is n pticelet-s boon
for it not only strengthens the mother
but also promotes no abundant secre-
tion of nourish men t for the child. For
tliosu about lo become mothers it is
ovon more valuable for It lessens the
porils and psins of childbirth and
shortens labor. Of all dealers.
Ovarian fibroid and othet tumors
cured without reort to surgical oper-
ation. For pamphlet testimonials and
references send 10 cents (for postage)
to Worlds Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation ltuffalo X Y.
First ljtn l'Ml.
Send vonr wor'x to Uuthrle Steam
Laundry. 1 u If
Kvery nickel purchase gets a ticket
on that beautiful 810 doilin Idl.le A-
Co 's window. It 7lf
All of the legislators send their
laundry to the Uuthrle Steam Laundry
Silver Dollar Find It and yon will
Ladle.- wishing Iheir hair dressed
stylishlv for the legislative ball will
do well to call at 410 Hast Vilas avo-
nut. All luvttml
To mil nnd see plant of Guthrie
Steam Lnundrv. 1 " tf
"Say noiliiugtbjt saw wood"
Ooss the old saying. Vou bear on all
sides claim mutt extraordinary
as to stock prices and in-
ducements and all .that
sort of thing.
WE SAY LITTLE
lint all who have dealt with 'us will
tell you that
0 jr ProJuciiens are Superior
In value qualityland
WILLIS THE TAILOR
105 OK. AVE.
CAM. AT PAINT SH01
1 13 V. kdM
Fv-r your paiatm? paper hanging
and sign work. All work guaranteed.
J. P. BEARD.
214 UKLUI0HV AYFNUK.1
liming closed the donblo store of I'lemming A Co.. Oohle Rn-k. Neb.
un'lr i liattel mortgage ai.d sMpp.nl In- Mme to Onthrle. Oklnhoma will
oH'n up and sell the "ami- r-ginl s ..f ulinl'alf rost We will bi reHdv fur
business Saturday Dec. h ttt hi'. DixNioti stret between Oklahoma and Hnr
i rison ave
of dry goods boots shoes furnishings and jewelry to be sold foi vvkdt tliny
will tiring. Yonr price is our price. Remember the old adage "A flallnf
Mivwl Is a dollar earned." This is v. hat you will do If you gire ns a trtet'
EMAHIZER & CO..
Orny Jlros. IliiiliUng 105) Division Kl. GUTIIHIK OK.
J. W. MoNBAL Fkbs
A J. SHAY'
Hoard of Directors In addition to Hank Officers:
llOKACfi SPBKD. ROUT. 'MARTIN HENRY LINN
W. J. HORSFALL Cnshlor
Restaurant and Short Order House
WALLY 0XG CAN PLEASE YOU AT ALLL TI31ES.- THY II 131.
Buy your Pianos Organs lewelry etc. of
And get a chance with evry
We give away free on
Cheapest music ano
O i I Oa
Contractor and Builder.
Eetitnates furnished on Buildings of every description. Tcrrv.orial
Agent for U. S. Roof Paint.
OFFICE 109 NORTH FIRST STREET
: THE SI
Finest Bar Is tne Territory.
BE PREPARED FOR COLD WAVES.
' 1 I I I I ' -"" "
OKO. U. UKRKIOT Vick-Piikuuhm
purchase of one dollar an elegant
New Year's Morning.
-use In Oklahoma.
105 West Harrison
Iwi Uoa of linllders
werV're ever shown in
OUfJwwt. Our stock of
CWslery eoa't be beau At.y-
$ ..J". a Hardware
line V have got it. Oui
fttoek k for sale.
III South Division;
S. H NOBLE Mjf.
S WES !
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 35, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1895, newspaper, January 12, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73234/m1/4/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.