The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 145, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 22, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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$50 000 TC LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS. SEE W. M. 3RONSON IN BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY BUILIJiNG
Highest of all in Lcavcuing Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Rcptx
Oroftt Praptu-ations Mftde for tha
MMtlng of Oonfsdamtos.
wisnur. up the mox hall order
Tllfl IJUHrt Imiirxt mi Onlrr if tiiiHirtunri
l CfciUimilU (Ipii. Kullj pii ItiMtln to
WimlllnctiiH wlthn .Moiittr
HoOTTOS Te. May 21. -"'"he Ikjow
of cannon at sunrise announced th
opening of the stata military en-
campment nt Cmp Culberson. MaJ.
ien. A. u Hoberts. commanding. A
litrbl ruin fell In the morning which
necessitated a postponement of the
parade until to-day. Several cavalry
and artillery companies are on hand
besides eompany 1 lAghl battery
Third regiment United .states army
and United Htates Fifth cavalry
Mrs. Hayes and Miss Winnln Itovis
who will arrive to-night will In fffveii
ii grand reception. (Jena. S. I). I jets
Jo Wheeler. .John II. (lordon. A. S.
Roberts U S. Hoss and othern hare nr-
r.ved and the city is rapidly Ailing ttp
with veteran of both confederal) and
union armies (Ien. SchoBeld will ur-
tire to-morrow morning.
To-day is Hnnatott lay and all places
of business will be closed. To-morrow
morning the confederate ruttnion be
gina. and Mrs. Hayes and Mia. Winnie
Davis will meet nil veteran at n pub-
lic reeoptlon. Vl'he Southern Historical
association of which (ien. Stephen 1).
Lee la president. In now In session
preparing n report to Iks submitted to
the uuioti-cou federate convention on
Thnraday. More than fifty veteran
camps have buuu registered represent-
ing fourteen states and tlie Indian ter-
ritory. WtXDI.fO VP TIIK IKON HAM. OlllU'.lt.
IxntANAfot.tH Ind.. May 21. An or-
der of large liuportauce to the Iron
Hall clulinuuta nil over tlie country
was Issued by .luilge .McMasters of the
superior court yesterday. Upon the
upplluntion of Receiver Km Hoy the court
directed that June lube fl.ved us the
llunl date on or Itefore which nl'
hrunchus of the order must complete
their accountings with the leceiver
here and all claim forullowuuoe must
1h filed under penalty of branches or
individuals falling to comply with the
order being shut out from all future
benefits arising from the pHvniont of
the final dividend.
Iteceiver Falley lllud a report show-
ing that nil the branches in .Maine
vhitih had not disbanded hud ac-
counted in full; that n full accounting
had been made with the Pennsylvania
receiver and that all but six brunches
in Pennsylvania had completed their
accounts there existing it shortage in
that slate of but fl.nou The same
condition was reported as to the Mary
land receivership. Iteceiver I'nlley
mUl yesterday that every effort was
lxdng made looking to an early wind-
ing np of the trust.
A COXtnilh's MISSION".
Oaklaxd Cal.. May -'1. lien. ('. K.
Kelly who led a detachment of Covey's
umiy U the national capital last year
has left for Washington. accompHuied
by his wife and two children In a
prairie schooner on what he consider
an important mission. He believes
that a monster petition will be as like-
ly to obtain recognition from congress
as a crowd of hungry man camped on
the step of the capital and the pur-
mmh of his trip is to obtain signatures
to his prayer for national help in times
of general depression (ien. Kelly
will deliver lectures at all the places
through which he will pass and after
explaining the purposes of his mis-
sion will submit the memorial to eon-
OPPOSE A CONVENTION.
:!!sttart nmniimiitli' Mill On! ml t'mii-
iuilt Axuluat nj ActlnH.
St. Uh'Ih May ai. An in formal
meeting of members of the dcmocralio
state central committee was held in
this city last evening. It was stated
by one of the members that the ques-
tion of calling a slate couventlon for
the purpose of considering the ad-
visability of the democracy takiug a
stand on the currency matter was
brought up but met with little an-
couragemeut. Of thostt present only
Secretary Xovely favored the sug-
gestion the others opposing it on the
ground that such a conference would
lw premature and its conclusions
might be in opposition to the will of
the party convention to be held a year
tsetMwturj Curllde (Ipmit tlir I)1ih1iui uf
III ijHtxUiui In CiitliiKtou Ky.
(ovtxTo Ify May 31. Thu secre
'ary of the United btates treasury
Hon. John (i. Carlisle opeued the dia-
citskiouo' mo uestlou of souud money
here last night in a quaiut structure
called Ceutral t.srdeu. The rush to
hr the speaker was tremendous. An
attempt was mane to reserve seats for
ladle but It was given up when the
pressure for admission by voters was
felt The beginning of the address
which was very long was delayed by
a street demonstration of considerable
t'HHMttt TlKM'll III KltHXI.
Kansas Cm Ma May St. Mrs. Ida
34. Raece of the Oakland school and
other teachers who have made ar
vangemenU to teach in country insti-
tutes in Kansas this suutuair have eu-
cantered a legislative enactment
vbieh renders thein ineligible because
Uy do not lira in that state. The
I. It is said passed at ttu m-
Utnoe of K'.msas taaeuers who de
Wdrf ' I""'! I"'' t.uitf.
t mill DriMfiiril In H lull
Lou May II - While th
xu- iiit I'earl Veaer. tin
.' I i Id ..I I tlravi r tn.-.i
.i i a ii f . i
. I t 4 '' Wt
ROW IN A SALOON
l-Hitem! tin a I an with five rtranksa
ICrdM anal shnot (lac
Nt. linns Mav '.' Kmlle Henry a
bartender at Charles Foster's saloon
northeast corner of Ninth and Walnut
tree Is shot and Instanth killed Theo-
lore IMeckmeyer. an ex-con vlct. yes-
terday A I out o'clock Dieektneyer
anil fowr companion entered the
sal( ii in They Were nil drunk and In-
clined to le boisterous and quarrel
ome. Henry was behind the bar at-
tending to his duties. The men had
I teen In the saloon nlut ten minutes
when Dwyer started to go behind
the bar. Uwyer I a horse shoer
larf and powerfully I uilt and
when t' e Irartender ordered III in out
he cave the innttrr little heed and go-
inif to the cash register ran i np various
sums in all amounting to-.. Henry
struck )ver. and the latter' com-
panions rushed forward to assist in an
assault upon llenrv. Uwyer ran from
liehlnd the bar after receiving the
blow tint Kelleher seized a soda water
bottle and. leaning over the counter
tried to strike Henry. In the mean-
time Dieckmcyer. who had gone lie-
hind the bar. was advancing upon
Henry and was in the act of
striking him when the latter
drew his pistol from the drawer and
fired. The bullet struck Dleckmeyer
in the left breast penetrated his heart
and caused instant death A few min-
utes after the shooting Timothy Hod-
fetder a turnkey at the Central dis-
trict station and Patrolman tonlin
who henrd tlie report of the' pistol en-
tered the saloon. They placed Henry
and the four friends of the dead man
under arrest. IHeckmever's body was
conveyed to the morgue.
At HUiIhiiv.i Pitt-burgh Washington t.
At i IiIi'sku ( bLuatfo. H. Philadelphia. 0
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to to .vaoloutsvliin f n
At Tuleilo-IndlsnApotls. -I. Toledo. 1
At Orsnil Rspias tirsnd Itsplds. 17 Detroit
STAN lit Nil or TH ll.t'BS
W. I. P O.! W. U I' I'
MlnnenpolK.il .ntlOrsad K'ps 7 V .187
!udinnmll II I .781 Milwaukee 6 10 S
Ksnsss City H f Nil . St Paul A 9 7
De.roll. 7 7 .tUMTolcdn AU .MS
At RarkforJ -Kx'kf.int.H. Lincoln ft.
HTANUIKO or THK l.l'HI.
w. u r f wt.ro.
Lincoln . 10 1 NUSt Joseph Ik V Ut7
! Moines It S TKtOiilncv 5 9 .I7
thnslis 9 5 iti:i :t.i:fiint t Ml
Peoria. 7 7 'UiUu.'.tsontlllu 3 II VII
I xlillilllitu Uiiinii.
At Jseksonv illr Ksusss City. IS J nek sou -vtlle.
AT OtUwu -Ksiisuh t'nlersUv 15 Ottuws
Uslverslty i !
DECLARED A DRAV.
'Ilui I'iiicIIIkIIi' (to lliittiini Alctiir aliil
O'llouu Ultiml Ii) X.IMIII IVuple.
Itosiox. "May 31. More than '-'0no
put-Mius witnessed a stubbornly fought
Iwuiity-Hve. round contest at the Suf-
folk Athletic club IhhI night between
l)!ck O'llrieu of hewiston. and Kid
.McCoy of Itoston which according to
the rules of the tight whs declared a
draw by Keferee illium Duly jr. at
the end of the twentj -Hftli round. Dlek
tl'ltrlen was the favorite but the clever
Itostoulau gave him the liesl contest
tliat the I.ewlst4in lad has ever run
against in his career hiii! at tlie close
of the twenty-Hflh round was whis-
tling and making game of O'ltrien
Itiinsii. I oroNt.'r.
Knw Ctt. Kan.. May 31.- Tha
grand court of Kansas Ancient Order
of I'orcsters of America held their an
uual meeting nt Mctieorge's hall in
lioscdule last night There were many
delegatus presuiil from all wrts of the
state Tim business of the slate court
was transacted after which oft leers
were elected. Leavenworth was se-
lected as the place for holding the next
A MImIiit liinly 1'unml.
tisvoKCiit. Kan.. May 31. Yester-
day morn in1 us the section men were
going to work on tlie Missouri Pacini-
road tliey foil ml u man lying dead near
the track ou u culvert I wiles east of
this city lie was brought to tow-u ami
identified as Ki Henry of IVterton.
Kan lie had left his home Saturday
for IJueneiiio. uml nothing more was
heard of him until his lifeless body
was found yesterday morning.
tlsy i t l'rli.
'ksois Kan. May 31. The arrest
ofiieorge M lioc'c president of the
Port Scott paper mill who is charged
w Ith einptyiug poisonous refuse into
the Mwrmuton river is about the Aral
case of the kind brought under the
law which makes such an offense nu
act punishable by iinprisountemt in
tlie penitentiary. It is claimed that
tlie refuse poisoned hogs and ttsh
TopaU i .1 U I'rlatsr strlk.
Toi'KK v Kan. May "1.-- Fourteen
priu ters in the employ of the big
printing nrni of Hall A O' Donald
struck yesterday. The trouble is about
the leugth of the working du.s the
men insisting that it shall Ihj nine
hours and the nrm that it shall be ten.
The tirm refuses to arbitrate and has
telegraphed to Kansas City and Chi
cu go for new men.
t'uuclit Ut'tMtHHi tHti iiHinrs
P.tKsoiks Kan May VI. - C. K. Pow-
ers a yard man in the Missouri Kan-
sas & Texas yards at Muskogee whs
uaughl between two bumpers while
attempting to make a coupling and
had his right arm badly crushed. To
unfortunate man has been railroading
for seventeen years and is well known
all over tha Katy system
clukr". )w I'oaiilaa.
Toi-Kiu. Kan.. May 31 -The slate
board of charities has appointed ex-
Congressman lien Clover of Cowley
couuty as farmer at the stale reform
school at Topeka For salary Clorar
will receive Kto a month.
'1 lie i lli annual tmn nuiuciit of the
Kan-iis l.ii i H (mm ii s nMici.il mil
in. t ii K i is Km t. la
v ' ii a Kju as and
ilt r ve.fjurt'tijjt
A.N WM.W CASE.
" .a C o tnw I. ti t Wants to Soil
Cit.2 i :s' lVjon.y.
1 F'Kil..8 Ii TIRt.O OF I.1VI5C.
A Man NtMt a MnrtaHf Witamtetl-A
TsakMtee H' Hli Wife's Head
biMlsr wst-r Utttt ans
Hnr-rn McAt-MTKn. !. T. May 21. V
ense of more than ordinary interest Is
In pr'ress in t'i li'uited states court
at this place. The hoctaw nation had
B!lverti- I -' vernl I trge buildings be-
IniiLrni - to t'nite.l t ties eitiaens to be
eonli .catcil and -"' I alleging that the
owner were ren in.- the property con-
trary 1 1 the 'hnnttiw laws. The own
rrs have applie 1 to the I'nited States
court for nn i:ij fiction restraining the
( hoet.iw nn tii mi frmn m.ikinir the sale.
As the decision iuv.dves hundreds of
thousands of dollars md nearly every
t mted state ctircn living In the ter-
ritm . the case is I e:ng hotly contest
eil on t oth sides.
rsHMm is i:ur.i or umih.
Mi nti. Mav. ?!. t liarK's lttrell.B
farmer who lived ; mile- we-t of this
city committed suicide b blowing his
head off. In a note he stnte.l as a rea-
son for ending his life that he was
tired of living lie thrust tlie musle
of a double-barreled shotgun into his
mouth and pulled the triggers. His
head was blown to atoms. Coroner
llodes of this city went to the scene
of the suicide He did not call a jury
it being unnecessary
A MAX SHOT tMI MOHTU.I.V nl Mini
!a. Hi . May 21. Wcorge Hun-
non has shot and mortally wounded
Frank llurroughs. The murderer ami
his wife separated and Kannon re-
turned to get their little daughter.
He invited young llurroughs to take a
walk with him and. on the latter re-
fusing shot him.
UIGHT8 AND SHADOWS.
It rift HIiMieist 1'nlHteil at I In ii I n kk in
Mini AlMMlt the CM .
Mrs Jesse Shaw is here from I3nid.
Km nk Prouty is here ready to Kick
Attorney Lalt'erty is
Mixon has returned
Chief Deputy United States Marshal
Hale is in mtahiuKton.
A bevy of 1 idles will drive to Ingram
today to witness the rush.
Judge tleorge Oreeu was in Perry
yesterday on legal business
J V. McNenl has returiiud from u
pletiBHiit trip to New Mexico.
tlregory brothers of Supulpu are
here looking for stolen liors
Mra. C II. Mcllinley of Norman
flatting her sister Mrs. Tipton.
Frank Derr and Fred Dolcuter left
for the Kick Domain this morning on
S. A. Darrough an II. O. (!. viewer
passed through the city yesterday en
route to Dennison
Dave Avery whlskyseDer. was re
leased from the federal Jail in time to
join the Kick caravan.
Laundrymen Carpenter and MuCann
have dissolved partnership
met" will go to Missouri
Jim Montgomery and Howard Hit-
ter armed to the teeth started for tin
Kick a poo country last evening.
The fair association met last nigh
and gave the bicycle club the use f
the fair gtounds on Decoration tluv
Dlek Oldham left for the Kiel-' to
country yesterday. Dick says that If
he don't get the choice claim he won't
have an j'
(ieo. Stein who was a inemb r of
the lower house of the last legisla
lure Mime over from Enid yestei lay
to join the Kickttnoo rush.
Deputy Frank Coin ran cume up
from Ok'.ahomii City yestordav with
Nicholas Brown and lodged hint in
jail eharged with perjury.
CIias. Hunter came over from Laid
yesterday to join the Kicks poo rush.
Charley bus attended all the openi igs
aud made less than millious.
Ilagau X Paine the enterprising
real estate agents yesterday sold to
John T. I 'k tlon the Kd Cheney fa :i 7
miles west of Seward on the Co. ton-
wood for 3 000.
Mrs l'auuie Whistler and charming
daughter MUs Pauline who has been
attending the Lawrence Indiana hool.
arrived in the city yesterday an l will
leave today for Sac aud Fox.
The leader la in receipt of an Invl-
Is lion to attend the closing exc vises
of the third year of the University of
Oklahoma June 3-5. tsus at No. man.
The event wilt be auspicious.
Just received at Kd Lyon's f - the
Klckapoo opening IV- can red s ilinon
for tue; 3 caus plg.ifeet for 35c; fresh
imported beans 5c lb; lobster oorn
beef roast beef sardines hams t toou
brook trout; 1 lb preserves 10c; cheese
crackers and pickles.
At Oklahoma Ciiy prices for p ition
in the line ruu all the way fron 5 to
8100 according to number. No j was
sold yesterday for 1 5. aud N 10 for
$75 It la said No 1 sold Sur y morn
lug for f 110 aud its farmer .iwner is
being paid 5 a day to hold i the pur
chaser being a lady.
Miss LUxie Alwood iivln
Fork baa a phat take K'
one fourth of an acre on tl.
of Deep Fork and the p
will be allowed to till out i
inn aens oo the south sld
stream. There are a nuin
settlera on that stream w 1
from 0 to 19) a -res.
.' on leep
e claim to
or of other
lion. Hichard (.entry pas- 1 through
the city l"t night enroute ' Oklaho-
ma City lie says lilackbuii. Is pros
pering and that the new bi Ige is be-
ing built Mr (ientry is i splendid
man and is as popular in ' vlahoma i
in Missouri where he w knows as
one of the foremost
D. ratlc poll
tlcians of the state
I'aher Carson is iu re
from the Morris brotbc
S illl 'J I I
tpt of a Utter
. of litneraon.
I rains for
i lie prim ip
'ill' to- l
i H - r
Now open and ready for business with the largest stock of dry goods shoes hits
trunks furnishings and carpets in Oklahoma. An entirely new sock embracing all the
latest novelties bought when the market was the lowest and before the recent advance enabling-
us to p-ive the best dualities at lower oriccs than ever. We are here to serve the
people and to do business and so far want
which we hope you will continue to give us
all to come and see us in our new store whether you want to buy or not We want to
especially thank the many ladies who attended our opening which was a success beyond
our most sanguine expectations. Respectfully
J. C. DANA Manager.
N. B -We close promptly at 6:30 p. m.
l.iii'kj Lot I'oiitcAtants
The commissioner of the general
land office. hn& made uwunls In the fol
lowing lot contests:
Hi lteno: Murv A. Iteardon Mary
M McOrnth unil the town of l.t Kuiio
lot 33 block si to Itcardon: John M.
Ontin and A. I'!. Woodson lolfi 7 and 8
block 13tl U) FA llono; A W. Taylor L.
I1 Johnston and the town of K lie no
lots S and 0 block 107 to the town of
Hagres anil Frank Chick lot 20
block 12S to the town of El Ueno.
Itritco ijuunders and (5co. J. Engloeran
lot 10 block HO to Saunders. J. S.
Nicholson and .Junius P. Suolcs lots 13
13 II and 15. block 1.11 to the city. (1.
A. Aldilch andMnggiu A. Miller lots 1
and 2 block 75 to Aldrich. James II.
Hill and V. J. lluclcnr lots 15 Hi 17
and IS block m to Hill. J. I. Mar-
shall and (ieorge Luis lots 13 and It
block 78 to Marshall. Elizabeth
I lay lies and (leorgu Lcls lot 31 block
13S. to the town of El Ueno. Mclia
Kemp and J. II. V. Gardiner lots 7 s
and 1) block 10 to Kemp
In thu case of Dennis Collins and
A. C. Macomb lots 1.3 and 14 block
117 went to the city and motions for
review and rehearing were both de
Hurt ItHriiFK' lllcli llouom.
C. M. Humes yesturdny received the
following from his son Hart who has
j .ist graduated from the Annapolis
military college It explains itself:
Hai.timoiu: May 10 '!5.
United States Navel Cadet Cassius
Harllctt Hurnes Annapolis Md
Dear Sir. I have the honor to advise
you that the awarding committee of
the (icneral Society of Sons of the
Revolution has certified that the
essny upon "The Nuvy in the Itevoltt
tlon" written by you under the non
do plume "America" is worthy to re-
ceive the first prize oil'ered by the
society in this competiton and that
the sumo will be presented to you at
' ' s l"11 u ir.dicatud by the
suiieriiitendcnl of thu United Status
Permit me to tender to you my very
sincere congratulations upon thu suc-
cess which has attundud your effort in
this matter and believe me
Yours very truly
William Hall Hakims.
l lnnt llitttil limine Cunt's.
Ill the euse of the territory vs. Geo.
Stroubol before Judge Lawrence yes-
terday for renting his house on Third
street between Grant and Lincoln for
bawdy purposes thu case was dis
missed by the county attorney upon
the condition that the defendant
would oust tliu women from his house
today and not rent it again for such
Several other complaints were filed
before Judge Lawrence against those
disreputable people which will come
up in a day or two and no stop will be
made until they all go
Every owner of property in this
ward routing property to the deini
iiiomle are to be put through the mill
in Judge Lawrence's court.
A special iii'onswure sale at
Welcome for the next four days.
5 11 31
The Plymouth Aid Society will .neut
in lecture room of Congregational
church Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock Every member is urged to bo
present us there is business of impor-
tance to be attended to. Visitors wel-
come. A F. Humphrey Soc
If your wife is troubled with head-
ache buy her a box of "Our Native
Kyi Kar Nose ami
tlihoast's consult Dr.
.Mayer 122 Oklahoma
au'iiuf room 1 anil 2 ohm
lice II he's nt'vt store.
and Women only
Are uiiMt ioiuetut to fully appreciate the
punt). ituevtiuM. 4Ut Jelirao) of Ct TiriKA
SiAi'. aud to diM-oter new ui for it daily
Iutlui fonu uf waUoa solutions etc for
dltiesiug innaiuMuttoiii irriutioui and
weskueuMM of tUe iiik-ou luembrane it lus
pruted iuot cnttiful
i iii i RASir appeal! to tlie refined and
i uiinaToii tieowui'fi'.a--1 me iuiwi encciiTo
k i irifyiu);anJ txrautifyingstuji umIU
I re au 1 wts.'te.t for t- let and hstb
(HI thi-o-h-jt On -rM Britiih dipoi T Niw
ii k i t K i( Cjwi4-.I lBJva rauik
bnv i um i r ikil'3rlMMl I
(I K. s.
-Special communication of Outline
Chapter No. IS 0 K S. Wednesday
eve Mny 23 All members are reuis1-
ed to be present Hy order W. M
Mlt8. E S. DoNSKM.t See
lliu klcii's A mil's Mi I M'.
Tlie best sulve in the world for cut'.
bruises sore ulcers salt rheum
fever sores chapped hands tetter
chilblains corn) and all skin erup-
tions and positively cures piles or no
pay ruvuired. It is guaranted to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Pticc2r cents por bo. For Bale by
Seatoniati Drug Co.
Keeps ice the longeM Alaska re-
frigerator for ale by Speurer Hard
ware Co. 5 l'.Uf
M. E Church South. Corner It road
and Vilas; services every Sunday at 11
a. in. aud S:l! p. m: Sunday school at
0:30 a in.; Epwortli League 1 0. in.:
prayer meeting overy Wednesday at
8:15; song service every Saturday nt
8:1.". p in Everybody invited to all
our services. v. ) iyiuik rastor:
residence IMS E. Harrison. tf
Yon can buy HiM-class sootU
at While's jewelry store cheap
er than at any other place in
Uulhrie. We hate marked ev-
crythini; down to rock hotloni
Dental surgery nieans not the aim
pic extraction of aching diseased and
broken down teeth but to restoW
them to a healthy condition bronen
off teeth serve as attach men ts for
bridge work mid by crowning them
they arc thus tuadu useful as or-
gans of mastication aud expression
doing away with the torturesome
plate. The new methods 11. dentistry
must and do tultu the place of the old-
er ways of practice. Having had the
most recent advantages of graduating
at one of the bust duntnl fchools I am
prepared to give you all of the recent
advantages. Luughliig gas for those
.-vho desire it. The only apparatus in
the city. Examinations free See me
before going elsewhere
W. E Ft imow. D. D. S.
Rooms -I nnd 5 Victor block coi ner 1st
I'liriiutrH Itciiit Tills.
Oklahoma agricultural paper print-
ed and published in Oklahoma tme year
free. Every farmer subscribing or
renewing his subscription to ihi Okla-
homa Leader will receive the Okla-
homa Farmer the only agricultural
paper published and printed in Okla-
homa one year free
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powdei
so pure or so great In leav
enlng power as the Royal.
Tlie best Is the cheapest buy a Jewel
gas. iline stove of Spencer Hardware
Co 5 in tf
White's jewelry store is open
aain and doiut; business at the
old stand. Wc will sell line
!?noils cheaper than eer sold
hei'ore iu (iuthrie.
Highlard p.trk tin
(iuthrie to spend an
only place in
Cor. Oklahoma avenue uud First si
Residence: Corner Noble Ave aud
Weaving of all kinds. Carpets a
specially. Fancy rugs hammocks etc.
Call at 131S oast Oklahoma ave. or
drop us a card uud we will call and
('. .11. L'AItKHIl.
Model M 95
" " K 7fi
" Boy's Wheel 60
I Pastime Special 60
1 Westminster 70
I Little Scorcher IS
& Ilaseball lioods l.awn
j Tennis Croquet llum-
y mocks Ouiis uud Am-
X munition. Fishing Tj-..
4 le Seines and Nets II
f cycle Sundries." Win e s
Olsmith Arms Cc
to thank the people
in the "New Rush."
11 to I'i in !i to . )
7 to H
DR. IGNATZ MAY
! OCULIST. gSk&lfSk
in. Sisir cj f&s&x&p
. ill. J flMr Sl'JgFr
OMreoit-r lice Hive's New Store Ok. Ae. (Jnlhrie 0. T.
Practice Limited to Disease"' ami Surgery of the
EYE EAR NOSE- AND THROAT.
SPKCTACI.KS AND KYI! CI.AKSI.S
Scientilically adjusted to suit the must mnpli ati d eaes of defe tive sight
The Popular Merchant
"Fine tailoring is a matter of science now adays." He lias the best cutters
and most skilled tailors iu tlie southwest and announces the arrival of
his spring suits trouserings overcoatings and ves tings. Ooearly and avoid
delay iu securing one of the nobbiest suits uf the season. Every garment
guaranteed in fit and workmanship Prices teas hi able
We will sell anything in our stock at ac-
tual cost. We intend embarking in another
line of business. Showcases fixtures and
safes for sale cheap.
MURRAY & WILLIAMS
I Iarrison Ave.
Wb ARE QVERSTO
Tins is nn fake -ale ns an
Willis tha Tailor
m .i i i iiisui)
for their patronage
We cordially invite
Tailor at 214 Oh. Ave.
TAILOK AM) IMl'OItTJ.I
2U OKLAHOMA AYKNUK.
OF IT !
105 Oklahoma km
run s ra n-
Spencer Hardware Co
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 145, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 22, 1895, newspaper, May 22, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73339/m1/4/: accessed August 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.