The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 44, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 27, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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Hr Ihe Imlcr Trlntlnic Company
LESLIE O. MlBLACK - - Editor.
tinly Momlnc rnr I'nblWIieil In llalhrlo.
Otllcinl Orgsn of OkUtiuma l)eniocrry.
Tlie 0 11111 Orcmi of !.icn Cnnntr.
SATURDAY JULY 27 18P5.
1'iik Daily Lkaiikh accepts advertis-
ing with the dbulnct aTid positive Kuar--.ntco
that It has doublo tho pa d
clrciilntlon of any nawspapor pnblMied In
Tiik 1. KAnr.it llltailtiry Is one of tho best
institutions of tho kind In tho West and Is
d . ly iiirnlngniit laren quantities of work
s- ill In your order for binding and blank
lKik and thoy will bo promptly attended
Jno month dollvorod In city.. I SO
l)no month by mall SO
T irf month 1 SO
S x ruo ih 3 00
ne year. .... ...... COO
TkI.i. tnc not In accents mournful
Advertising doesn't par
For that saying Is a ''chestnut"
fl rowing oldor every day
And existent facts belle It
For you'll soo. If you arc wise.
That the only men that "get there"
Aro tho chaps who advertise.
Whitwam made the dry bones rattle
h seems n pity that
die more than once.
Axii now the council talks of beau-
tifying cnpltol square. What nevt.
Vincknt hi losing ilesh and really
growing thin slnco Whit opened up on
A ohkat deal of interest Is not being
taken by the public in tho Horr-Harvey
Whkiik oh where is Daniels? Ho
should appear and pour oil on the
troubled waters era the I'opullst ship
Vincknt is keeping up his Kansas
record of rule or ruin as the Logan
county l'opullsts are finding to their
St. Louis is tho centre of the peanut
trade of this country but repudiate?
the distinction of being a centro of
(JnKKit is very pr.ilcitlous these days
about tho accommodations for the in-
sane. Is ho contemplating pleading
Miss Mi.vnik Williams seems to have
been doubly unfortunate. She was
murdered In San Francisco by Durrant
and in Chicago by Holmes.
Willi. k the council are at It eleanlig
the quicksand our oj the waterworks
tunnel wo wish thoy would remove the
stumps and drift wood fiom our In-
ilranL Wk still bollevo that those
strenuously object to capital
ruent should not indulge in
Perhaps that is tho best way
promlso this matter.
Tiik plan In Wyoming when n In
illan is to bo arrested Is to kill him
first and arrest him afterward. The
same plan Is being Introduced In refer-
ence to Oklahoma outlaws.
IUisskli. Saok who lias worn spec-
tacles for twenty years has discarded
thorn. Ho can see a penny farther
than any other man In America with-
out any artificial aid at all.
A.M now comes the news that thoeo
terrlblo Hennessey bandits were only
chicken thieves who were shot and
captured while raiding a farmer's hen
rooiU. How the mighty have fallen.
Tiik first Installment of commission-
er's proceedings will bo found In the
Lkaiikk this morning and tho grout
mass of taxpayers of Logan county
will now raad the proceedings and
In attempting to introduce the Puri-
tanical Sunday Roosevelt has got as
far as tho book of K.vodus. At least
ail tho morning papers yestorday noUI
that the exodus from New York on
Sunday was immense.
ItiDKH II AOOAitn is said to be at work
upon "auother novel of Kalllr life."
The Kugllsh electors do not appear to
Kulilr him but he took his punish-
ment llko a Kaffir oinc other innocent
animal led to the slaughter.
Mu. Foiiakkk says "there will ho no
treachery in the Ohio delegation to
the iifcxt Republican national conven-
tion." What has Induced Joseph to
change his program before the over-
ture? A cimiiHNT news item bays tliut "a
Philadelphia editor can wute two dif-
ferent paragraphs on different subjects
at once using a pencil in each hand."
All Philadelphia paragraphs read as
if they wight have been written that
And the Populist ccutral committee
Is called to moot in Vincent's back
room today to try and do something to
eavo Vincent. There are some men on
that committee with minds of their
own and Vhtceut will look funny if
they lso declare against his nefarious
echeima as they probably will.
MISSOURI SILVER EDITORS
THEY LAUNCH SILVER DICK
BLAND'S PRESIDENTIAL BOOM
(Icnrrnor Stone In a ltlnclnc Ruprih
rrrrnt the Nmne of Hi Vrlernn
Wlilte Mrtnt Cliiiiiiplmi lli-foro
the Tropic of MlmHiurl for
thr Demornillr rrrlilrn
Sr.nAi.lA Mo. July 24. The llland
presidential loom Is a thing of cer-
tninty now. It was launched here yes-
terday by Governor Stone himself in
nn oratorical effort before nbout fifty
Democratic editors from nil over tho
Mate. The mention of Maud' name
and the connection in which It wns
used brought forth a storm of npplnuso
The governor during .is remarks
had depicted the general distress nnd
hard times during the recent panic
and concluded in his most impressive
nnd significant style by saying: "And
these things will continue until you
elect n man like Honest Dick llland for
president.'" F.Iks hull in which tho
first portlou of the afternoon meeting
wns held fairly shook with the enthu-
siastic reception of the sentiment
In suite of Mr. ltland's seeming in
difference to tho chnttcr and gossip in
connecting his name v ith that of n
presidential possibility u is not denied
by ills friends that Silver Dick may at-
tempt to come before the next national
Democratic convention with a hope to
lend tho hosts in the liattlo under tho
free silver banner. Ho himself refuses
to discuss the matter except to- say
that his political aim ut present Is sim-
ply to get tho Democratic party upon
its feet and to glvo it nn issue If
adopted that will surely mean victory
for another four years.
The conference of Missouri silver
editors was called to order by
William F. Switzler of tho Iloon-
vlllo Democrat and nftcr the
usual preliminaries had been disposed
of addresses were delivered by Kx
Congressman llland and United States
.Senator Lockrell alter vlilcli the loi-
lowing officers were elected: Presi-
dent Colonel W. F. Switzler Poon-
viile; vice presidents (one from cueh
congressional district) first John A.
Knott Hannibal; second 11. 1'. HI an-
ion Paris; third T. 11. Itogle Rich-
mond: fourth C. !'. Cochran St.
Joseph; fifth W. N. Southern Inde
pendence; sixth ('. II. Whittnker
Clinton; seventh T. it. White Warsaw;
eighth J. P. Hell Fulton; ninth K. R.
Ilritt St. Charles; tenth William Me-
Xamcc St. Louis; thirteenth S. II.
Lewis Farmiugton; fourteenth B. (1.
Titwoller Charleston; fifteenth 0. W.
lllnghniu Schcll City; secretary II. J.
(roves Lexington; treasurer C. IC
Waldou Nevada; executive committee
to consist of tho elective officers.
At 2:30 o'clock tho meeting wab again
called together at Klks hall whero
Governor Stone made his address.
In addition to lnunching Mr. ltland's
boom 'upon tho presidential sens the
governor claimed that tho Issue could
bo dodged no longer lleelalmcd that
free coinage had been the Democratic
doctrine from the time of Jefferson.
and as iuotioinctallsm had always been
a Republican cry that those who
wished to go upon that plutocratic
principle snouui do road out ol llie
party. lie said that should tho
Democracy especially of Missouri
follow the ideas of tho national ad-
ministration it would bo confronted
with the Impossibility of 1kUi great
parties running upon tho samo issue.
Never before was Governor Stono more
at case and never bofore did lie seem
more thoroughly In harmony with his
At tho conclusion of Governor
Stono s remarks the entire delegation
as well as several hundred visitors and
Scdalla people went ngaln to Forest
park whero Senator Cock .-ell spoke
from 1 until 0 o'clock
Tho editors after six hours of
speech-making by Governor Stone
Dick llland and Senator Cockrell
unanimously adopted a set of resolu-
tions setting forth their views upon
the frco coinage question.
Tho preamble gave a history of tho
free coinage question and gives its
views upon tho powers of congress to
coin money regulate the value of for-
eign coins and fix tho standard of
weights und moasures. It also tells
In largo figures of Missouri's output of
wheat in 1872 and its value the year
before silver was demonetized. It
then compares this yaluatlon to tho
output In 1800 and shows n shrinkage
of -17 jKsr cent.
The preamble closes by stating "It
can not be questioned that the Dem-
ocratic party of Missouri is in tho
midst of great political events and
thnt stilt greater aro Impending. The
national canvass of lKufl annroanl.i.
and unless existing conditions chnngo
niituiuiiri mu irennine iriomis of
lino bimetallism will find t !.
solves dlsorganied nnd menaced
with divisions and defeat. Tho Demo-
cratic friends of both gold ami silver
are in a large majority in the Mate
out of which practical avail is it largo
majority without a plan of cuinpalgn
and literally without organization.
Wliile all this mid inure is true of tho
friends of free coinage in tho Demo-
cratic party iu the state the advocates
of the single gold standard me mar-
shalling their forces ie they few or
many for the conlllet.'
Kaeh Democratic free silver editor of
tho state is earnestly requested io ac-
tively eo-operate with tho executive
committee of his county in crfeetiiig
ft thorough orgniiirationof the Demo-
cratic voters in such mci sures as may
be best calculated to scenic hurmon'v
and activity in the eauvitss ami a fufl
vote and v ciory nt the polls.
l'luiu tor MlourUu.
WAsuiNatoN July St. Secretary
Morton has appointed Kdward II. Gu
riott of Missouri local forecast official
In charge of the weather bureau In
Chicago. He succeeds Willis L. Moore
the new chief of the weather bureau.
Those who have mod P King'b Now
Discovery know Its value and those
who havo not now havo the opportu-
nity to try it free Send vour namo
and address to II. K Itucklin & Co.
Chicago and get a sample box of Dr.
King'H New Life Pills free as well as
a copy of Guide to Health and House-
hold Instructor tree. All cf which
Is a guarantee to do you good and
t ostjyou nothing AtSeatonlau Drug
See notice of assignees' sale of mil.
llnery stock In another column.
OUTLAWS IN OHIO.
Thrj Slop n Lnkn 8hore ransmger Trali
Hut Nrciirr Llllln Ilooty.
Tolv.im). Ohio July 25. Shortly after
midnight train No. .17 on the Lake
Shoro nnd Michigan Southern road to
which w-as attached nn express car
which runs between Iluffalo and Chi-
cago was approaching Recce's switch
midwny between Arclibold nnd Stry-
kcr forty-four miles west of horc
when tho engineer saw that the switch
was turned displaying the red light
nnd ns ho put on tho air brakes sev-
eral shots were fired at tho cab. One
of tho shots put out tho headlight.
When tho train stopped four masked
men went to tho express car. In charge
or Messenger Nettleman of Iluffalo
and ordcreil him to open tho door nnd
come out He refused and the robbers
threatened to blow up the car. Then
lien the door was opened the four
men entered. They secured tho con-
tents of the local snfe amounting to
about S.'id. and then went at the big
cafe which contained considerable
money. Since the Kendnlvillo robbery
the express company had supplied its
enrs with dynamite proof safes and
tins se fe stood tne tost of four dyna-
mite cartridges fired by the robbers.
This dciiiirngcd them nnd they
lumped from the train and disappeared.
No attempt was made to molest nnv of
Wavsi:on Ohio July 2 L Five men
nre under arrest hero on suspicion of
being concerned In the Lake Shoro
holdup nt Reece's station Inst nigliL
The detectives refuse to state what evi
dence there is against them.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Rev. .1. D. Leo died of old agent Hen-
nessey Ok. He wns l'l years old.
A war vessel will bo sent to Panama
to protect American Interests there.
A national association of wire goods
manufacturers was formed nt Cincin-
nati. Mrs. lllnckhurn who wns buried at
La Paz Intl. was married twclvo
Prospectors found tho ruins of an old
H:uilsJi town In Roger Mills county
Louisiana senntors are at Washing-
ton working hard for tho sugar
Albert Surprise was lynched at llitck-
horn Island N. Y. for an assault on a
Money for pay of United States sol-
diers is short on account of lack of ap-
propriation. L. C. Perrymnn hns been recognized
as the principal chief by tho Creek su-
Government revenue receipts for
seventeen day of July average over
81000000 a day.
Dr. Thomas N. Munn of Chapman
Kan. fell downstairs and broke his
back. He is dead.
Depositions for the plaintiff in the
IIearne-l)e Young libel suit were taken
nt Hannibal Mo.
A while man wns brained in li race
war near Clarksvilic Tcnn. nnd a
lynching is imminent.
In nnr.' rrocerilliign.
Guthrie Okln. July ID Imjj o
o'clock a. in. The board of lounty
commissioners in pursuunco of the law
as directed in Sec 3 Chapter 43 "ls-
bIoii Laws" of 18'JS mot nt the alee
of the county clerk In tho city of tiuth-
rio Present Comr's S P. Atherton
N. II. Sturgis und W. R. Stapleton.
Attebt: R. Ummett Stewart
Tho commissioners considering tho
mattir of tax levy upon motion nd-
jonnnd to meet at 1 o'clock p. m.
Attest: R. Hmmctt Stewart
Guthrie Okla. July P I80fi I
o'clock p in. The board of eounty
commissioners pursuant to adjoun-
ment met at the olllco of the county
clerk in the city of Guthrie. Promt
Commr's S. P. Atherton N. If. Stn gls
and W. R. Stapleton.
Attest: R. Ihnmott Stewnrt.
Rcbolvcd by tho board of county
commissioners of Logan county Okla-
homa territory that after fully con-
sidering the necessary revenue which
the county will need we proc. ed and
do hereby make and ordur tne
following lovys of tax ex-
tended on each dollar's worth
of real and personal property In the
said county oi Logan fortlio year 1M)5
as follows towlt:
'leirltorlal as was certified hy ter
ritorial boai d 4.U
'ry . ;j
Court e dciim'.s n
Road and bridge a
v. ouuiy supplies j
Poor and Insane u
Separate M-hool i
For bond interest nnd sinking fund
for bonds of school dlstriot No. 10 live
mills on tho dollar.
For bond interest and sinking fund
for bonds of school district N . It) two
mills on tho dollar.
For bond Interest nnd sinking fund
for bonds of school district N.. IS one-
half mill on the dollar.
For bond interest nnd bin Intr fund
school district No. 21 three-tenths
mills on tne dollar.
1 to ml interest nnd slnktmr fund
school dlstrist No. art .1-tenths mills
on tho dollar.
And tho county clerk is horobvln-
structed and ordered to extend
ilieso abavo aforementioned
and make levies unoi tho
taxablo pronertv of tho count v. to
gether with all othor levies of town-
Bhlpa and school districts and other
propor subdivisions and lev' thereon
and there-againut the couiry properly
certified as provided direct d bv th
law upon the tax rolls ol the county
of Logan Territory of iulahouia.
Upon motion commissioners ad-
journed to meet in regular session July
22 1805. at 0 o'elock a. in.
Attest: R. Ummett Stewart
llcggb' German Salv.
Hoggs' German Salve.
Iteggs German Salve.
Tho greatest nile n ntmont In the
worm it cures whore all others fall
A positive L'uarautee with everv box
Call for sample box-. S .Id by your pop
Mini uiKgioi ncftvuu.
W. II. Nelson who U in tho druir
business at Ktiigvil'.t Mo. has so
much confidence in Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and D'arrhoea Remedy
that he warrants every bottle and
offers to refund the money to any cus
tomer who is not a tlsfled after using
it. Mr. Nelson tal cs no risk In ilnlntr
this because the R medv is a certain
euro for the disear s for which It is in-
tended and ho knows Jt It is for sale
by Idllle Jk Co.
A FEARFUL COUGH
Speedily Cured by
Ayer's cherry Pectoral
" Mt wlfo was
suffering from a
fearful ooiigh J?
Which tho best oi
medical klll pro- o
curalilo was mi.t-
bio to relieve. "Wo
did not expect
' that sho could Ioiir
sunlvoj hut sir.
It V. lloyal dep-
uty surveyor hap-
pened to he stoi-
plng tilth us over night and having a
bottlo of Ayer' s Cherry Pcctorat with
Jihn induced my wife to try this remedy.
Tho result was in beneficial that sho
Jtept on takWR It till sho was cured.
Hho li now enjoying excellent health
and weighs ico pouiidV'-lt. 8. Huwrii-
niKB Haiusy (la.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Received Hlghost Awards
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
f 0 09Q 9 P ooo o P-9.Q 9 o.O-9-0.g.9.9..?.a
Oklnlininn l'rmn AmMicUtlon
Hy authority of the executive com-
mittee the annual meeting of the Ok-
lahoma Press Association is hereby
called to meet at El Reno. Ok. on Frl
day aud Saturday August 10 and 17
1895 at 3 o'elock p. ra for the purpose
of transacting such business as may
properly come before tho association.
It Is earnestly requested that all mem-
bers attend this meeting and nsslst In
maintaining our Press Association to
the highest merit of journalism nnd
T. F. IIkmii.ky Pres.
Lon Whoiiton Sec.
I'roBnun nt Kxerrlurs
Address of welcome.
Response lly the President.
Editorial Associations Mort L. Ills-
Hdltorial Frills-Leslie O. Nlblack.
County Correspondence II. 11. Gil-
strap. How to get subscribers A. C. Dolde.
Cash In Advance Frank II. Greer.
Foreign Advertising W. K. liolton.
Personal Journalism J. L. leenberg
Tho Liberty of the Press Gc. 13.
All Homo Print Leo Vincent
Oklahomn Libel Law J. J. llurke.
Fair Prices for Job Work W. A.
How to Collect Subscriptions I P..
Should a country paper print only lo-
- cat news? I 13. Walker.
Should a newspaper ''Toot Its own
Horn?" J. T. Palmer.
Patriotism vs. Partisantsm Lon Whor-
Is it proper for an editor to hold office?
C. C Hudson.
After Huppcr Aililrm.
Personal Reminiscences Hon. S'dnoy
Oklahoma Historical Socioty WI.I T.
Wonted To.trado a fine Jersey cow
for a gentle driving-horse. Call at
Don't Iteuil Thl
Unless you wish to know that Heggs'
diarrhea balsam is the best mcdlcino
on earth for summer complaint. Never
falls. Cures every time. Kqually good
for children. Sold aud warranted by
Go to Hirzol Ilrothers for cheap gro-
ceries t 10 lm.
of a nice head of hair just through
negligence. When your hair begins to
fall out don't neglect it but get a bot-
tlo of Heggs' hair renewor which will
stop its falling out. and if turning
gray will rcstoro its natural color
For sale by Seaton.
Aro you hot? Cool off at Lllllo A.
Co.'s fountain. All kinds of soda
water at Ac a glass.
Two glasses for a nicklo of Dr. Pep-
per's Phosferrates ut Lilllu's foun-
tain i 1 tf
Wanted To cxcliaugo un antique
volvet nlush parlor bulto for a horse
and buggy; or buggy alone according
to condition. Apply to room H nvor
found ut Laid.
A bure cure for diarrahea and sum
mer complaint. It is Heggs' diarrhea
balsam. Druggists do not iccp it
They sell It. For sale by Seaton tho
Last June Dick Crawford brought
his twclvo-montlis-old child suffering
from infanlilo diarrhiea to me. It
had been weaned nt four months old
and had always been sickly. I gave It
tho usual treatment In Mich cases
but without benefit'. Tho child kept
growing thinner until it weighed but
little more than when born or per-
haps ten pounds. I then started the
father to giving Chamberlln's Colic
Cholera and Dlorrhoa Remedy. Hc-
foro one bottle of the?.') r?nt sire had
been used a marked improremont was
been and its continued use cured the
child. IU weakness and puny consti-
tution disappeared nnd its father und
myself believe tho child's life was
saved by this Remedy. J. T. Maiii.ow
M. D. Tumaora III. For sale by F.
It. LIHIe &. Co. Druggists.
For Rent 7 room house on Springer
avenue owned by Dr. H. P. Halstcad.
Call at school laud office. 1 tw
Paint your buggy for 75c at Lllllo fc
Don't Tobacco Spit or Nmoka Your I.lfr
is the truthful startling titie of a lit-
tle book about No-To-Jiac the harm-
less guaranteed tobacco habit cure
that braces up uleotliied nerves elimi-
nates tho nlcotino poison makes weak
men gain strength vigor and man-
hood. You run no physical or finan-
cial risk as No-To-Uao is bold by the
b latouian Drug Co. uuder a guarantee
to cure or money rcfuuded. Hook free.
Address Sterling Remedy New York
Try Dr. Pepper at Lllllo A. Ca's foun-
tain. G 1 tf
Hammocks croquet sots and base
ball goods at Lllllo & Co.'s.
Cool and pleasant furnished rooms
with or without board. Mrs. Newton
334 Vilas ave
llriog in your tickets for Dr. Pepper
at Lillie& Ca's fountain. 0 1 tf
The best Is the cheapest; buy a Jewel
gasoline stove of Sncncer Hardware
Co. 5 19 tf
f m k. )
111 rough Ulinlr (lar.
The Sintn Fe route now has through
chair car lino to Omaha Neb. via Su-
perior. Leaves Guthrlo nt 1 p. in.
L. It. Dm.ANKY Agt
Map of Virginia llitlllo-l'lrliln.
The only correct .nap made from of-
ficial papers in the wnr department
witli complete l'atof battle.. Sent on
receipt of S.I cents lit money or postage
stamps. Address C 11. Rynn assist-
ant general passenger agent C ntid O.
railway Cincinnati Ohio. 4-5-1 w
Anyone who is suffering from consti-
pation or indlirosllon would do well
to try Iteggs' littlo giant pills. They
give perfect satisfaction. Sold by your
popular druggist Seaton.
Websters' International dictionary
and Noys' dictionary holder aro kept
on sale by Lllllo fc Co.
Snmo gulnaplgs for sale until Aug-
ust 1st tit 91 per pair. Can ship by
express to nny part of tho territory
Address p. o. box SST. Oklahoma City-
Wanted To rent n good piano.
Must be cheap Address "Muslo"
Rioting torins etc. enro Loader. tf
Although wheat Is worth 51.05 per
bushel our loaves of bread weigh just
the same as before. Stop In and see
how nlco we have everything. C 13
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Tho Famous bakery 110 Oklahoma
avenue for tho best bread pies nnd
cakes. C. F. llrnlthwalte.
Farm mr .ilo.
. ICO acres two miles from Guthrie
all under fence fin acres cultivated
balance in pasture; two-room Iioum-
nnd stables; 100 fruit trees well two
living springs; price Sl.tino.
7 31 d lm J. N. Clilil.
Rooms 2 nnd 3 Guthrie National
Lost Silk umbrella crooked wood
handle; Gtis Cnison in dim hitters on
handle. Finder leave nt this office nnd
recolve reward. . 7 81lf
lllauk books and olllco supplier
Largest stock lowest nrices. Don't
you bellevo the "homemade story" nt
Llllie's Drug Store.
Some people are constantly troubled
with pimples und bolls espeelnlly
about tho face and neck. Tho besi
remedy is a thorough course of Ayer's
H.irsnparilla which expels all humors
through the proper channels nnd
so makes the skin become soft healthy
The Noble Avenue bakery liar moved
to 110 Oklahoma avenue and have
changed tho name to "Famous llak-
ery." Our goods nre ulways fresh und
clean. C 13. Hralthwaite."
Ittfilmnptlon of Territorial WurriinlH.
GtJTUitiK. O T Juno 20 1805. Notice
is hereby glvon that there aro funds
on hand to redeem nil general fund
warrants registered on or beforo April
IP 1803 nnd ail normal school war
rants registered on or before March :).
1801. Interest ceases on all warrants
Included in above call after thirty
M. L. TmiN'Kll
Treasurer Oklahoma Ty.
Saloon aud fixtures. Rest location
and finest fixtures in town. Knqulrc
ut -U7 south Second street. ft 23 Lf
Two choice residence lots on Jack-
son avenue in Carey park addition.
Wichita Kan. for residence lots in
Guthrie. A good chance for somo one
to got some good property In Wichita.
G. II. Lynds. 18 tf
Nnllrn to SulKorlliiTK.
Subscribers to The Leader who fall
to receive their papurs promptly ovory
morning will please report such fail-
ures to this office at once.
A I.oicly IIi'ikI of lliilr
is soinothiug that every woman should
be promt of ami in something thnt ov
ery person can have if thoy use Heggs'
llalr ronewer Sold by Scatontau Drug
How in the world can you expect to
bo cured of piles unless you gut
a box oi iieggb Herman salve? Nam
pie boxes free Kqually good for
sea met tiuriiR old sores etc. .Vim and
warranted by Seaton
U'l.nn III I..!-I.c I..II. . Inl.
.. ... .. . ;? t;i uillirilVIl
the hend bald If the scalp is not
shiny thero is a chance of regaining
tho hair by using Hall's hair renower.
Wanted A good watch dog. Ad
dress "C'caro Leader.
Llllie's Liver Pills euro bilious bond-
ache and dyspepsia 2fin a bottlo nnd
your money back If thoy do not work.
Try them At Llllie's drug store-
Keeps ice tho longest Alaska re-
frigerator for sale by Spencor Hard-
ware Co. S 10 tf
Thoroughbred stallion and other
stock for claim or city proporty. Ad
dross J. W. Wkiiii
lm d Crescent City Ok.
Wanted Ton good agents to soil n
good article. Call immediately ut 118
North Division street (it
First published in tho Guthrlo Dally
Leader July 'JO 1805.
Notlco by I'uliliruiloii.
In the district court of Logan county
George Hansen plaintiff vs. Annie
Wheroas the above named plaintiff
George Hansen did on the 2&th day t
Jul. A. I). 1S0. 'file his petition in
the district co.irtof Logan county Ok-
lahoma territory togethor with his
ullldavit stating that lie was unable to
obtain personal servlco upon tho de-
defendant Annie Hansen in said coun
ty and territory.
Therefore said defendant Annie
Hansen will take notice that she must
appear aud answer or otherwise plmid
to tho petition of tho plaintiff filed In
the olllco of the clerk of said court on
or before the 3lh day of September A.
D. 1805 or said petition wi 1 be taken
as true and judgment rendored accord-
Ingly. granting the said plaintiff an
absolute decree of divorce and such
other and further relief ns to the
court may seem just and equitable to-1
geiuer whii a juugmeui icr i.io cos m
In wltnpss whereof I have hereunto
set my hand aud affixed tho soal of
said court at my offico In Guthrlo. n
said county aud territory this 25th
day of J nly A. I). 1805.
skai.I Lotus 13. Pitts
Clerk of said District Court.
The entire stock of the Chicago Millinery
Store on 1st street between Oklahoma and
Harrison will be closed out in the next ten
days. These goods arc new and in style.
Purchasers can secure great bargains both
in price and quality. Call at once nnd take
ST. MARY'S INSITUTE
A KoiinliiiR ami Day School lor Young LailioH nixl (Slrls
OOLLEOE II1LL Di'.LAS TEXAB.
Sixth year. Founded by the Ut rrr A. a Garrett bishop of northern
loxon and under bin supervision. V." n nn Sept. 1 .' 1805 College and Pre-
parntory Courbes. Classics and High- ; i ahemntlcs in charge of graduates of
Wollesley College and University of onto. Department of Music and Art
under direction of tho best Instructor ) .dned in .lerinanv. Knuiand mid New
Lnglnnd Conservatory of Music 13b. ition taught by graduate of the Kiner-
son School of Oratory ltoston. Tei.i.s 'or tuition including anchnit and
modem languages und all Hnglish bmnehas board fuel light washing S3 tM
per At. num. Music Art Kloenlion extra cbnrpcs For catalogues and fui
thor information nddress MISS TORHEHT Principal StMary's Inst.'Mite. Da as
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
THE SQUARE BICYCLE PEAJLEIltS.
Will search for trade during the seaton of 1895. Largest stock of cycle
and cycle sundries west of Kansas City.
Bicycles Sold on Installments
PAYMENTS ACCORDING TO PRICK OF H1CYCLES.
A large line of Second-hand Ilicyclcs at Slaughtering prices. Term
easy. Do not forget to call on us foi Sewing Machines antl Supplies.
Call at or address 113-1 13 Kast Oklahoma avenue Guthrie O. T.
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y
E. N. KNAUSS. Manager.
Manufacturer and npplier of Cole's Asphnlliiin Iron ( bid Hoof Paint. The-
best for metal and shingle 1 oofs. Mnk shingles like sl.ite Also put cm as-
phaltuin gravel sand tar nnd pitch roofs nnd hits the genuine usphaltuiii
walks and pavements and artificial stone. Old roof. repaired and made ns
gooilus new. Slacks und stand pipes pal Ued nnd repiired All woik guaran-
teed itestof references.
C. H. COLE
200 W. Okla. Ave. sVntonlnn Drug Cr
Teachers' registers best found
printed hound in manilla anil cloth
for sale at Hoylo's book store. The
law says theso registers are required
to bo used by teachers In nil public
sulioyls Approved by Superintendent
Klil piihlMiiMl in the Outline Daily
Leader July 1 lvjfi.
Notit'o by L'uliliculioii
In the district court of Logan county
Katharine Strchlc plaintiff
John A. SainpscT Lydia It. Samnsel
J. C. Mitelielson 0. A. Hubbard it M.
Snyder J. F. W. Doepko .fe Co . Carey
Lombard Lumber Company Cunitol
National Hank anil Joseph J. Helm de-
fendants. Whereas the above-named Katl.-
erinu Strobie on the nth day of .Inn
ISO:. filed her petition iu the dUtu l
court of Logan county Oklahoma t
rltory against tho ut.ove named il
fcudiiutx John A. Saiupsel and Ly a
H Saiupsel demanding judgine 1
against the said defendants for toe
sum of S20.I and Interest nnd that u
certain morlgago given 011 lot 0 in
block 5(1 Guthrlo propor Logan
sounty Oklahoma territory be foro
closed ami said property bo sold for
the satisfaction of phintlffs's claim
and costs of suit aud '
Whereas on the 23d day of July
1805 said plaintiff filed her amended
petition making tho following named
parlies defendants to-wit: J. C Mitch
elson C A. Hubbard 11 M. Snydor J.
F. W. Doepku & C tho Carey Lom-
bard Lumber Company Capitol Na-
tliiual Hunk and Jo-iuph J. Helm al-
leging that said last nnm-d defend-
ants claim or have Hens und incum
brances on said lot 0 in block 50 Gutli
rlu propor Lognn county Oklahoma
territory and filed lior nllldnvit that
she was unable to obtain personal ser
vieo in Louii county Okluhoma terri-
tory upon tho defendants J C Miteli-
elson C. A. Hubbard It. M. Snyder J.
F. W. Doepko fc Co. 1 .id Joseph J.
Theroforo tho last nbjve namod de-
fendants will take notice that they
must appearand answer or olliorwlso
plead to the politinn nnd amended pe
titlon filed us aforesaid by the said
plaintiff Kathrlne Streblo in tliells-
trict court of Lognn county Okla-
homa territory 011 or beforo tho 4th
day of September. 1805 or judgment
will bo taken against them foreclos-
ing the mortgngu. on said above de-
scribed proporty nnd forever barring
them and each of them from nnv
right title claim Interest Hen or
equity of redemption In or to sa'd
nliovo described real estate and for
costs of suit.
In witness whereof I have horcuntsi
set my band und mIUxuiI the seal of
said court nt Gut Iirln in said eounty
nnd territory 011 this th tjad day of
July 1S0R. Louis H. Puts
Seal I ' Clerk of the Dlstriot Court
p. O. Casshly. attorney for pkliitlff.
"First Published lu Daily Leader
To whom it may concern:
Notice Is hereby given that Ilobcrt
McCuno has this day filed his pe-
tition for liconso to retail liquors in
Muihal) Losrnn countv. Ok. nnd that
tunless objection to tho same as re-
quired by law be filed by the 31st day
of July A. IX 1H05 said petition will
Guthrie. O T...lnly 10 1805
II. I3UJIKTT StKWAIIT
Hind Ilrothers lead all others In
groceries ami piovinioiis. Trv Hum.
To all persons whomsoever having hiul-
ncsft transactions of any kind
u iiet her as creditors or as debtors
of the Teiiiumeh. Chnmlli-r Guthrlo
Merchaulb' Telephone louipiiuy 11
Vim und each of you ere hereby noti-
fied that the undersigned F. M. Mal-
lard wi here foro un the 0th day of
July. Ib'.tS duly appointed receiver of
the nliove named company or corpora-
"on bv proceedings begun in the ilia-
lot nun l .'f l'.iyne eounty Oulaho
f m mid iiuj nnd all creditors of said
" riiorallon of verv kind are homlir
' notified that by Irtue of an order
Hindu by Hon Frju'c Di'e judge of
said court ell credit 1 of everv kind
and nature of said corporation must
present their elnin or demands duly
verified 1 the uiulerslR.ied on or be-
fore the 17th day of August 180.".. for
e'lowance. and all debtors of said cor-
poration of every kind are required to
make payment to the undcisigued oil
or before the 17lh day of August 1805
Witness my hand thin u'id day of
July lMtf. F. M Stm.i.ahi).
Receiver of tho Tecumseh Chandler
Guthrie. Merchants Telephone Co
I w j 33
Wines Brandies and
AND PRICKS TO SUIT THE TIMES
SAME Ohl) M0SKH
lilt lliirrlnou Ave.
SAVES YOUR LINEN!
Hand -Work the Best
Tiy 1 ho Troy Hand Lou miry
111 E. Kiiiingcr.
N. B. FRIERSON.
KOll A noon
CI;tIm4 Af. East ! $Wh St
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