The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 116, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 18, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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$50000 TC LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS. SEE W. M. BKONSON IN BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY BU1LDG
I'lro llrimtl iiwnt SmiMlir HfriiriM llrforo
U. V. Taylor chief of the local file
department never lone an opportun-
ity to get In hi work when h farorn-
I ta itnpreeaion Is to be inmle. l.nit
evtriltg the energetic chief and hie
huatllittt men were rig lit nt this front
ami fare a eerie of oxhlbttiaiia com
p Itnenlnry to the II. o. 0. railroad
u agnates. The Brl prnett'i- rn was
a Stem winder and im made In one
mlnnte and ai. second. An Men of
te rapid moremenu of the Are fight
era n toe gleaned from the following:
Trucks nnd hoe wagons; iw-u asleep
In loft; hitch an mil four block lay
ing 800 feet of hose connecting wi.h
two separate Are ping nnd throwing
tltroo stream of water tit one time
All Una done In the phetiomeniil time
of 1:0. Stop walchee were held by
three dlll'erent parties. Shortly
after another run wai made without
hose eomillngw distance of five blocks
in 3S ocondn. These records cannot
lw benten by nny Are department In
tho West. Throe weeks ngo when
roeorda were smasheil letters were ro-
calved by Chief Taylor from Chiefs
Hnlo of Kansas Pity and Swelne of
Chicago complimenting him on the
work of the dopnrtment but lust
night's miraculous work will cause
thorn (leap wonder and nmaxcmoiit.
After the railroad mauling last
evening the railway capitalists in-
spected the Are house and were shown
tho quick and knowing work of the
man nnd horses. They wore loud in
tholr praises of Taylor and the lads:
the hngHshmon worn especially
planned and declared they would enrrj
the news to Ixnidon. Sir (leorge Will-
iams was particularly taken with this
actions of onu of tho II 10 horses which
stopped still in lU- run to the harness
whun tho II ro dog got in its path
ltullier than harm tho dog tho Intolll-
gunt hortet mndo n balk of tho liltch.
"Your a blooming good mi" said Sir
WilHtim to Chief Taylor a ho putted
the enthusiastic chief on the countenance.
lliiiinl)' Kxtiinliutl Inn.
The next county cxiiiittnatlons of
teachers will lie hold in the Cent nil
school building In the city of Outhrlo
April 8ft nnd 57.
I'rlil.ij April '4(1.
BtOO n. m. Theory nnd I'niotloo 10
Accept None of the Pretended Substitutes
r made halting preparations are
u much lower tium Koyai somu
wv. In plnce of the Koyai.
to . I'V
nU :t whole.-..! at .1 ut.ee
grocers are urging lonsuttjcrs
at the same retail pric:
If you desire to try ..iy of -the pretended substitutes
Bakimi PoamiER ht-ar in mind thai they are all made from cheaper
and inferior ingredient and ;.re not so great in leavening strength
nor of equal money value Pay the price of the Royai. Baking
Bowuku for the Royal only.
It is still more important however that Royal Raking I'owdkr
is purer and more wholesome and makes better finer and more
healthful food than any other baking powder or preparation.
106 WAtl ST. NEW-YORK.
Mntliin to l)lilt I hi' Injiinrtliiii In In'
llfxril li.v .IiiiIkp Miolt April S3.
The hearing of the motion to dis-
solve the Injunction prohibiting the
Choctaw from eonstruetlng lis road
over the JR-mho strip will be heard
by Judge Scott on tho Md olthcr In
this city or Norman says the Okla-
homan. Notice that such motion
would be made wtis served on I'nitod
States Attorney llrooks on tho 13th
giving him the required ton days no-
tice. Tho company will be represented
by lions John I I)illef J. W. McLoud
nnd nrobably ex-United States Indian
Commissioner Armstrong. An affidavit
was Hied In the district court yosterday
by Knglneer Otis of the Choc-taw
giving as a reason why the injunction
should be dissolved that tho route as
laid down by Secretary Smith .would
be much longer and cost much more
ban by what is known as tho Klcka-
poo route. Other niltduvits of similar
character will be tiled today. Those
arc for the purpose of making a basis
for the hearing.
It is to be hopad that the company
will make such a showing that the
injunction will be dissolved and
work nt once recommenced on tho con-
struction. Hvcry week's delay is a
grcnt detriment to Oklahoma.
All accounts due us must be paid on
or before April 20 or same will be
placed in attorney's hands'for collec-
tion. Ml'KKAY & WlI.UA MS.
H. L. COHE
The Popular Merchant Tailor at 214 Ok Ave.
"Find tailoring is a matter of science nowadays." He line tliabwt HllJ
and most skilled tailors In the southwest nnd announce the arrivnl of
his spring suits trouserings ovcrcoatlncrs and vestlnira. Qoonrlr nnd HfoM
delay in swurlng one of the nobbiest suits of the season. Hvery jfnrtflSnl
gwnranteert in fit and workmanship. Prices reasonable.
H. L. COHEN
TAILOR AM) JHL'OHTtill
214 OKLAHOMA AVKNTJK.
J. W. MoNHAL Pkks
A I NUYY. V-cK-l'HKMftiem
ROYAL BAKINO lUWDtH IAJ. 11H. wLl. 91. pictt-i w.r. .- mtt&tKZif
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Capital 5 50000
Surplus - 10000
(oDlroctort In addition to Hank Ofllcnr?:
HOUACK SPKKD UOIJT. MAUTIN 1IBNKY MNN
W. J. HORSFALL Cashlor.
II tin a.
Physiology 00 minutes
ltnok-keeping rtO iiiln-
in. Constitution SO minutes
m. Physics 00 minute
tit. Noon recess
m. t'ulttid StHtes History.
3:00 p. m
t:O0 p. in.
utiirilit) .nll XI.
0:00 a. in. tirammar lU) minutoa.
10)00 u. m. Untitling 10 minute
10:10 n. in. Uoography 10 minuter.
11:30 a. m. Noon roues.
1:30 p. in. Arithmetic mi mintitci-.
3:00 p m. Penmanship 00 minutes.
3:30 p. in. OrthogrtiphyjIOmliiuteh.
4:30 p. m. CmnKsLlon 10 miuuten.
To obtain u Hrst tirade eertideate
tht sppllcniit must make a general
average of tMi and must not fall he low
70 in any brunch. TIih applicant must
also not be less ilinn eighteen year of
agu and must have tttughi suuc-essfully
three school months.
To oblHiti a second grade curlifloHle
the applicant must make an sveruge
of SO and must not fall below 00 in
nny one branch. The applicant niuit
not Ue leas thsn sixteen years of age
The obtHlu u third grade orrtitlcNte
the applicant must make an rrerage
of at loiibt 70. with no brunch below Ml.
Hy order of the territorial Itoard of
S. N. IIuI'kins Secretary.
rrltiilc Clmrlc) I.UUX HiitIi'iI Si'fiiixl l.lfii-
ll'lllllll llllll'l I.I III- llllltll'.
Coiiipiiny A O. N. (i met in special
session last night to elect u second
lieutenant to taltu tho nlaee of Men-
tuiuiut Connor resigned. Throe oiiu-
didates were named: Chus. Itrewer
W. W. Williams nnd Chas Uuiiv.
Three ballots were taken and on
the last I.hiix wus olected by four ma-
jority. Charlie is a good boy und has
suen actual service with the Illinois
National (luard. lie will oriiUinont
n swoid In good shape.
The mtlltla boys are considerably
excited over tho news of the cattle-
men's uprising on the West Side. They
do not relish being pressed into actual
service at this time any more tlitin
they did daring the Hock Island trou-
bles. There Is no sport In a cowboy
The officers and a squad of soldier
from company A will go to .MiiUiallou
the 37 to give guard mount and dross
parade. Camping outfit will be tnkeii
Attorney John Cotteral went to Nor-
man last night to attend to a case in
llrlt-r Ulillll'I'K I'dllltlMl Hi lllllllll'llllIRK in
mill Alimit tin' city.
Kverybody go to the Kugle drug
store for anything you may want In
the drug line. Hverythiug as cheap if
not cheaper than anywhere else.
Jim Pentecost improves slowly.
Dick t'ono is liure from St. Louis.
A. J. lloll Chicago U a Uoynl guest.
Judge Hd wards Is down from Cn.
Umil ltrunnler went north yester
The following pensions were grant-
ed Oklahoma: Joseph Hnt Keokuk
Falls Pottawatomie; Sardine S Soule
lltithric; James K. Strosnlder Hen-
nessey Samuel J Hays North F.nld;
Luther II. Hill Downs.
Large gilt letters spelling the word
"Oswego" were placed In position on
the Smith-Wheeler bloek yesterday.
Messr. Smith and Wheeler have a lin-
gering affection for the New York
town of that name.
A six room house on Springer with
cellar liood well at door and hmall
barn. Inquire at 405 Hast Harrison
will collect your ac-
Olllco with Johu F.
Henry Ktiokor. a Perry
Scott Philadelphia is at fie
of Oklahoma closes
Frledlauder Is down fr m
W. M. O'Connor of White
UoeU . in
A young lady living on Cleveland
avenue formerly a saleslady In a well
known store is pursuing a course of
study preparatory to going on the
stage. Sue possesses a good lace
voice and form and lias an uncle a
theatrical manager who has consented
to place her with a good company.
The territorial board of education
met yesterday at I1 Reno for the pur-
poso'of making arrangements for the
county normal institute and passing
upon applications for conductors and
instructors anil to prepare a course of
study for the normals and for county
Dental surgery means not the sun
pie extraction of ashing diseased and
broken down teeth but to restore
them to a healthy condition broken
off teeth serve as attachments for
bridge work and by crowning them
they are thus maue useful as or-
gans of mastication and expression
doing away with tho torturesomu
plate. The new methods in dentistry
must ami do take the place of the old-
er ways of practice. Having had the
most recent advantages of graduating
at one of the best dental f-hools I am
prepared to give you till of the recent
advantages. Laughing gas for those
who desire It. The only apparatus in
the city. Fxamlnations free. See me
before going elsewhere.
W. V. Funitow I). I). S.
Rooms t and ." Yietrir block corner 1st
Oklahoma Ricycle Comp'Y
THE SQUARE BICYCLE DEALERS.
Will search for trade during the scaton of 1895. Largest stock of cyclcj
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 1 13-1 134 East Oklahoma avenue Guthrie O. J.
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y
E. H. KNAUSS Manager.
3 IQ Hai lis
Tho Only First. Class
"Our Native Herbs"
Dr. O. II.
ho ma City.
Mrs. W. J
In the city.
Oulbruith is up from Okl.i-
Stagg Topeka. ICan.. K
Kihk'I.imI (lul Ity I.oihI MinrniU i'Iit-
llX)'ft HhiMlt .
The regular shooting of tho gnu
oliib yesterdsy nfteruoon resulted as
First event Twenty birds in yards
rise & imp.
OUwlth I Res f row t?
Km nun 18 Tkjrpe IS
Make 0 Itrown 1
Second event Tea single-.
Fourth erwit Tn hl(rl.
OUmttk S Rnfrw
KiMMN T TVorpe
IWlM TMt 'l OlMllM 1
Otembh 1 tHfraw 5
'IWyi to ilrewii v
nMIHlly itrOMMM '
SLvUi re-Te single. 10 yards
Tlwrp I Hron'i
Uoiirw 7 OUmUIi a
SUli fV-I1e pairs 4o)tle
T Befrow t
lli- mill Ml.lui or .iliui'iit Cltlix mill
Lmd Wave D. 1. Uohiiigiauts who
lit- been running a photograpl gal-
I ry In thl city for mjiiic time wiib ar-
r. H.tMt 111 llonneeeey lat night while
in Hitemlmice at n ball on the charge
of living ta'eu aud exhibiting ob-
e .u p.itiien The infoimation
11 v' Uo-eugrmith of inducing
. i.ug glrU from 12 t" H yearn old to
i m' for pivturi'h in a mule ktate If
e ihtuy' are true Koeitgrant do-
. 1 vi Bercre punishment. Such work
ih nii outragi) which will not lie tolor-
.ited in thin city
HI iteuo Magle: A kunk that hail
thingb pretty iniuh iu own way on
Itickford avenue for a week or two
wandcrod Into the Mint huloon Sut-
uwliiv eveiilmr. and cleared the room
at iiuickly m a well developed canu of
hlllUlipO.X COtllll 11111- nunc. 1 "'""J "
courageoiik boy killed the huIiunI with
Terry Tiinofc.: Labt night about 10
o'clock whilo tiail Doiiglai and Mib
Katie Sower were returning home
from church Jak. 1 . Sowew fatjior of
the young lady approached the couple
and nulling the lady to one hide
caught young DouglRM by the lapel of
the coHt and kHuck him twice mi he
Inform the reporter with oiue blunt
luktrument which (all took to be the
Muni ami of a larire revolver. Sow
er wa arrested thn morning and ta-
keu before Judge Mimoller. He hw
fined $5 aud coots.
Ilennetey Trebk-Dcuiocral: The
liuthrio Louder KltiglUher Free I'reiw.
and Wichita Haifle are laboring under
a great mUtake when they r Deputy
Mudeeii killed the robber I tu plicated In
the late Hock UUnd robbery at Dover.
The facU are that at the tunc or the 1
khootlug Madien wa ten mlle behind 1
at a farm hense eating chicken while
Deput'.eh lUnk and l'rather with a 1
poae of four men pukhed ahead and j
discovered the robbers killed one man
aud three horMe. AH the honor
khouid be given Prather and Hankk
and their men.
Col. IVaaier ctuite in from the north
Auditor Cameron returned from HI
MUs Katie Donley left yohterday tor
a tIhU to tola ICan.
Let lluthrle turn out to hoar the
Hon Champ Hark.
Mr. ami Mrs. Leo Whlstlur returned
yesterday to Sac and Vox.
John Oravee. the well kuoww
MWr on Dep l'ork baa received
iMUbaU of "Iowa iteauty" immI
fro hU iHrothfr o. F. tirave.
live in Johnson county ICan.
corn produces it: bushel lo the
Mrs. Maggie A- Cooelaad. wife ol
Kev. A.. 0. CoMilad died yesterday
IBOiltUg t ti o stock The funeral
-will take plac f-o the U. K church
lodjy at ' p ti
Mii Nellie ee gave a plcataut
Inn Inlay atiuiviTsary party last Qigbt
Do ou WhiiI 11 llt'iiu Slimi'T
'1 inson buti'-r '.liiip nui' Mr
t I 11 anil llamson i
Hon. rhainp Clark at MeKeinni
oM(ra house April s.
J. A. Siintpell wont to lied Hock
yesterday on legal business.
Fred llouflls the famous Kuisas
City lottery man Is in the city.
Hew liates k. up from Oklahoma City
with rays und Imnohos of Sunlight.
Mist Hinma Cooler htstor of tleoj
Cooloy. is in the eity visiting friends.
Mlw. Winnie A. Hobblns and W. S.
Hamilton were married at Oklahoma
Thoo. Thompson Is rlbltlmr fri.iids
lu West On thro. He hails from Cov-
Heva. Oueon Itosworth and loy ress
will conduct the funeral of Mrs (' ipe-
Kill Adams who wah strlekun with
paralysis recent1 1. wa taken to Hot
Springs labt night.
Tli a IhinnI of nvgeiiU of the Still-
water agricultural college will meet
Monday at Stillwater.
Hew Dr. (lunn who has been ab
sent several months in the Interest of
the Episcopal churches lu Oklahoma
Is expected home in a few days. He
visited Now York Holon New Or-
leans and other places of the north
and east and has had excellent s.ie-
eess considering the hard times.
Prof and Mrs. Mallory were ten-
jdereda delightful surprise Tuesday
nlglll uy me icacners in me eiiy
schools. It was the genlnl professor's
JlUh birthday anniversary but lie had
forgotten all about the auspicious
event until the teachers bombarded
his home and presented him with a
handsome silver cake dish. The even-
inir was delightfully whllcd away.
The funeral of the infant son of
Mr. ami Mrs Fred L. Wenner took
place from the family home
023 north Hroad street at 10
o'clock yesterday morning services t
being conducted by Hov. Mcl'hceters
assisted by Hew Holt and the Pttle
one was laid to rest in Summit View
cemetery beside tho other little
(lower tlnL faded but a year ago.
Many sympathizing friends attended
the services and the tiny white casket
was almost burled in (lowers brought
by loving hnnds.
The conductor's and instructor's nor
mal which meets at Iidmond May 27
2t and 20 promises to be a success
Prckldom I). H. lloyd of the university
will act as conductor. Territorial Su-
perintendent K D. Cameron will de-
liver the opening address. President
H. D. Murdaugh of the agricultural
college will deliver a lecture. Presi-
dent Kdwin De llarr of the university
will lecture on physiology. This sub-
ject he will illustrate by demonstration.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
1 ! I.I "iSKSS
Restaurant aril Short Order Hoyse
WAIjIjY ONU CAN IMiKASK VOU AT ALU TIMKS.-TIIV II IM
r - 1 i
V ' ' ' ft
7 -' j
The local military company w ill do
guard mount at Mulhall next week
under command of CapU Huston
Jtie Conway the well known I ravel-
ing naleiaau came in yesterday with
his bride who Is accompanying him
Member of the wT & T. U.will meet
at 8 p. 111. at Mr lturliiigame's. North
Hroad to attend the funeral of Mrs.
M. A. Copeland.
I III' I'llll HI'H t'llltlH
Pawnee DispaU'h lu a letter to D-
T. Fly on Mr. D. II. Hrowniug com
tnissiouerof Indiat anair. state that
duriug December there were paid to
them SI 3. Sou. of treaty funds and tin-
000 of their iuterckt funds; and some
time during the present quarter or a
soon as public fuudk for the purpose
osu be nlaced to the credit of their
" ... at'.
agent SIVooo of tne treaty iuuo aua service.
fl 1.000 of interest money will be paid -- 7 """"IT
: .. u -ru. .. .....- -111 In the hall of conjri
S ui ise .1 moue'ys Tu.ThemTu" ch Clark aood hri.0kKn
duXg theenrret WW' tf Xl La fe n
DeuiocraU up mere a neaoiiuarw 1 jk"-
bad belter wake up and get tbiugs In I
hiiape koa '-"-- ."L" I ii.rre Mt John of Oklahoma
a ho w ab tnd ictcd
1 Kverett Miller. Iniblneafc man ger of
I the Chaudler News wa in tie city
1 yesterdaj. enroute to Arkan-ik City.
i He paid the leader a rery pleasant
Tbe funeral of Mr. A. U Copeland
wilt be held today at 3:30 in. at the
First M B- eburch Hv Huworth
Queea aud Hogg ootid iclng the
Mir Would Neither Taint Nur I'oniler.
I positively will not use cosmetics
suid a lady to the writer yet my com-
plexion is so bad that it occasions me
constant mortification. What can I
do to get rid of these dreadful blotch-
es? Take Dr. Pierce's favorite pre-
scription was my prompt reply; your
complexion Indicates that you are buf
fering from functional itcrangoments.
Hemnvc the cause of the blotches and
your cheeks will soon wear the hue of
health. The Favorite Prescription is a
wonderful remedy for all diseases pe-
culiar to your sex. Its proprietors
guarautoe to return the money If it
falls to give satisfaction. Hut it does
not fail. Try it The lady followed
my advice and now hor complexion is
as clear as a babe's and she enjoys
better health than -he has for many
To permanently cure constipation
biliousness and sick headache take Dr
Pierce's Pellets. Of dealers.
pure and simple to sell goods on misrepresentations.
We Aim to Treat
our patrons fairly but do not take our
word ns to the merit of our
stock. Come in and see
Seeing is Believing.
WILLIS THE TAILOR
105 OK. AVE.
mi calumny Aiarcn - 1 we oiler
cinl bargains In everything
111 our hue.
AMI .111 SICAI.
See our window Saturday nnd don't
kM fail to come in ami see
n Murray & Williams
I 109 Harrison Ave
THE SILVER DOLLAR
WYATT & CO. Proprietors.
DR. G. A. HUGHES
iuoiuy mil 1
Tins 31U' -
j 1 .1 1
ludiauk who need their money aud
need it bad and further delay should
cime to an ead.
That i tbe given to koolal
to be held by division four of tbe First
UaptUt church next Frida- evening at
he residence of W. . Hntltb. oornnr
Mnnsnr nnd Walnut streets. Tbe
nubile is invited to attend and nslt
lring toe niytlerie.
Kur ItnH 1 In M
n id.'in ii-snli'ii' I'li-aantU lo-
I a'. 1 I i' 1 I 1- I . V 1
II l II V W
- T Biu.saaw.s iniiki u u 1 rim is s a-
eatsa. a .. r I h llnni a wuuh x-r -. w .
uue. iMireiii w7 "; 1 .. . - ' .i...i 1. 1.. .i..r f
his Ife f urnUhed the la.ooo bo ml
yesterday. The follow la are tWe
s;gner: O- A. MiUcher. 1 M. Itlley.
John Carson. L A K okwowl. il
Ovcrbolfer. T. II. Moms. Seymour
Price. S 11. Miller Jak.- Cutelou J
II il.-Csrtuev. W. Tom ikius J It
W. K. Ikc slu-ii1 Of Pawne I
county ett'iw n w --rday with F
M. )l ' . a ' " ' -d him to the
fed" .1 !' s ar l-f charged with
ib tn ...rr aid kaddles and
one ull' n-v.i'.ver fro- 1 parties in tl-
11 a. ntit' 11 ' 'n sujip.jsit iii
1i a - ' a t ' as ' e t up
-j f r n ' '.1 l"in'"ies
1 a nf ti a 1 a ri terr 'rj
Sold throughout the wotU. Briiuh
dcool y Ni.mr & Stkf. 1. Kim
F'oard .. Lonloa foTTti Dica
Teeth Extracted Without Pain.
All kinds of fillings neatly inserted
Artificial teeth on any base desired.
800 to 1000 to select from. Kvery op-
eration guaranteed and prices lower
than any whore olso in the city for the
best work. Olllce room 2 over Hank
of Indian Territory.
Finost'Bar in the Territory.
105 West Harrison.
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division.
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Good
In Stock all the Time.
Hamilton & CO.
200 DAYS TREATMENT
CALL ON I H STRYKER AGENT Southeast Corner Warner and Vine.
Remington R. Racer$100
Model M 95
" B 75
" Boy's Wheel 60
: Pastime Special 60
i Westminster - - 70
1 1 Little Scorcher 18
Sllaseball liood. I.awn
Tennis Croquet Ilain-
I x mocks (miiis and Am-
i S munition Fishing Tack
le Koine and Nets :
J cycle Sundries Wl.teK
Olsmlth Arms Co.
fl IIP "MJITIUC UCDDO" 200 DAYS TREATMENT
tfii r i -- -v . ' i
GiA3?&riSrtS5v .t -
- ?5t " SH.nwi? t
& Cuiu-1 ou Sol Viopt. IWitoa U. S. A.
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