The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 46, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 31, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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rJLIJG LEADER UOTHBLK OKLAHOMA.
IMII.ItUAtl TIMi: TAI1I.K.
No. -Mm ( liloniju livpresB H3am.
Nil Mu. Kiver rcxprass 5:03 p.m.
No. i'.'J Wny Krelirht .V:)a.m.
miiiTii lie :titd.
No. 4(i. Texa KxpruM 10..10 p. m
No. 4irj Oklahoma Kxpress....l2:30p. m.
No. va. Way Kri'lclit ltlWp. in.
1'u-wnRi'M should prociiro tickets hoforo
Ki'UhiKoii tlio train.
IIIiikIhiv. tlkliilicilnii mill (till f It. It.
Sunday Mall ami Kvp.esi..
Mull mu) Arciuiimodntloii..
iinlay Mull unJ Kxpress.
Mull mill Arcoiniiioeliitltui...
. ..7:fi3 p. in.
..18:1R a. in.
GUTIIMK LODdB NO. 3 I. O. O. V.
Meets Momlny nllit of each week
til 7:.M1. Vlalllug Oild Kellow arc
alivtijH welcome. .1. I'oyoAitT N 0.
Khancii A. Mkvkttk Sec'y.
I0UTIIU1H LOlHIK NO
1 A. O.
V.. iiicoV Thursday
iveek ut ''.30 n. Ill III
lilock corner Writ ami llanlsnu
im Workmen nlwuvs welcome.
iwi n Li'tuvi iii- . . . ... a ... . ..-.
C C. II01.1.ANI1. M.W
). It. Montiiomkuv Hocunliir.
report for Tiik Daii.i
Lkaiikii liv V. J. Walters observer
Untleil States weather bureau:
Highest temperature yesturelay: US
I nwsl 77.
Kuri'ciisl for today: Local shower
Rainfall .00 Indies.
I!l-t Hunt In New South XViilcn.
Si)Xi:v .Inly. 3d The lesult of tho
general elections In New South Wales
is as follows: Ministerialists ill; labor
supporting the ministry I'1: govern-
iihint total 80. Opposition. 44; Inilo-
peuileut 1. Otherwise elutsltlcd tho
jeMilt Is: Free trailcis. li.1; protection
41; labor 111.
Arum Shipped to Sotllrm.
Salt Lakk City Utah ".July 2D.
The Salt Lako Hanlwnre company
shipped on the train tfoing north yes
terday a largo consiifninent of arms
anil ammunition. The order came by
tuletrruph from St. Anthony and as
that Is the entrance to the ltiy Hole
country it Is evident that the settlers
there are expecting Indian trouble.
Old people who reiiulro medicine to
ri'tfiilato the bowels and Kidneys will
ilud the true remedy in Hlectrlc Hitlers
Thin medicine does not b'iuiulnlu and
contains no whUltey nor other intoxi-
cant lint acts as a tonic and alterna-
tive. llaclM mildly on the stomach
ami bowels ivliitf tonii to the organs
thereby aiding nature in the perform-
ance 1 f the function. Kleetriu llltlert
is an excellent appetiz-r and aids ill-
He.stion. Old people Hud it to be just
exactly what they need. I'neefille per
liolllo at Seatoiilau Drug Store.
Lust .In ne Dick Crawford brought
hts twelve-months-olil chili) siilTerlng
from Infantile diarrhiua to me. It
had been weaned ut four motiths old
and had always been sickly. I gave It
tlu! usual treatment la such cases
but without benellt. The child kept
growing thinner until It weighed but
Utile tunro than when born or per-
haps tun pounds. I then started the
father to giving Chamberllirs Co He
Cholera and Dlorrlnea Itumeily. He-
fore 0110 bottle of the ?.' r?ntsl7uhad
been used a marked improvement was
facuii and its continued use cured the
chllil. Its weakness and puny consti-
tution disappeared anil its father and
myself believe tho child's life was
aaved by this Kemedy. J. T. AlAIU.nw
M. I). Tamaora 111. For sale by l
P.. I .Ullii & Co. Druggists.
See. notice of assignees' salo of
linery Block in another column.
l'ir Sale Clirup.
Lots 2 3 I and 5. block G2 Knst
Oullirli!. Property of (lea W. Taylor
one door nest of 1 J road street on liar-
II 20 If
Furnished front room for rent IIS
See notlco of assignees' sale of
llnery block In another column.
W. II Nelson who U in tho drug
Unisiuess at Klngville Mo. has so
unitch confidence in Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy
that ho warrants every bottle and
offers to refund tho money to any cus-
tomer who Is not satisfied after using
lu Mr. Nelson lakes 110 risk in doing
this because tho Kemedy Is a certain
euro for the diseases for which it Is In-
tended and he kne-ws it. It Is for sale
by Llllio & Co.
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- fi..i.-c.- ir. "w
rfi nuriMiu n r. 11m
High Grade Tobacco
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of mII tR leavening
ftreHjlh.-V. a. UuvcraowBt KjtfotU
ZZO xprjncrjKz: J
V tllTllnnni A
A H0USC Or TEARS" HED POST PARK
'nWP fiho fi'.ttr put n tow tmiiRs n-
gcthor ami to Reck for sotno placo in tho
uoighborliootl xvhero M10 might engage a
bedroom. Sho eonlil not sleep another
night in U10 awful house -which con-
tained tho dead 1ody of hor mint tho
aunt whoso last conscious nionionts sho
liad mado miserable
Her intorviow with Leclero and her
anxiety about him had disturbed hor
moro than sho liked to confess to hor-
solf. Sho had dismissed from hor mind
nil notion of n niarriago with hor lover
her lover who stood in danger of 1h-
ing accused of tho hideous crime that
had been committed in tho house. That
niarriago could not now Ikj not for a
long tlmo if it was over to bo Sho had
offered to keep hor promises to marry
Mnurico Lecloro that very day but ho
had declined. And now that sho was
nblo to bring somo show of calmnotH
mid reason into her dizzy brain sho felt
ho was right. Tho marriago must not
bo. Not yet nwhilo.
And in tho meantimowhat was she
a forlorn penniless girl to do? IIov
was hho to uxist? Her aunt's monoy a
shudder convulsed her as tho thought of
".VHm Rodney! Mist lloiUicu'"
this money forced itself uiwn her was
all gouo. Sho had in hor possession only
a fow pounds barely enough to carry
hor at tho very outside over a fow weeks
What would bo her fato then? That sho
was her aunt's solo heir did not occur to
hor nor tho fact that tho furniture of
tho house whatever it might bo worth
would eventually 1h hers. Sho only
knew that sho was possessed of !) sov-
ereigns nutl sho was doubtful if sho had
any right to mi them. They had lieun
given to her tho previous day by her mint
for housekeeping purposes.
Sho had a fairly good knowledgo of
tho millinery business hutbho was woll
awaro that situations wcro not to bo
picked up at a moment's notico ; that
sho might Kiwnd many and many a weary
week hunting for a place And iu tho
meantime what was to support her?
What was to hapixm to her?
Sho had in Chiyflelds no friend no
intimate unselfish friends who would
holp her now in her diro trouble. Sho
was now in n morbidly sensitivo condi-
tion about everything and it seemed to
her that every ono would shun her. Tho
only ono sho could think of who had
over shown her any real courtesy and
kindness was Mrs. Percival tho doctor's
wife. But that was beforo Maurieo had
ipiarroled with Dr. Percival
Sho loved and trasted Loclerc but sho
could not repress tho fooling that much
of his troubles his troubles apart from
this which would ariso out of tho pres-
ent tragedy had been caused by hor.
Indirectly of course. Hut ho had in his
eagerness to mako 11 homo and positiou
for her got himself into difficulties from
which ho now seemed unable to oxtricato
Ethel possessed no shadow of a suspi-
cion of her lover in connection with tho
crimo which had been committed iu tho
room which was now almost at hor feet
that awful room which would haunt
hor forevermoro. It was terrifying to
think of what had happened whilo sho
had been asleep last night what had
happened whilo sho was so very near it
11IL How was it sho hud heard no sound
during tho night; that nothing had dis-
turbed hor until tho ringing of tho boll
iu tho early morning had aroused her
from sleep tho boll which had sum-
moned her to behold tho most awful
sight her young eyes had over witnessed?
Sho possessed a morbid horror of doatli.
This morning for tho first timo sho
had seen a dead body felt a dead body
tho dead liody of her dear aunt
.Mechanically sho had commenced to
pack a trunk which stood in hur room.
For hours sho had occupied horsolf ar-
ranging and rearranging packing and
mipackiug her thoughts scarcely occu-
pied with what sho was doing until nt
last tho waning light of tho October aft
ernoon warned hur that night was np-
jiroaching night which was to cover
with its cloak tho dark deeds of wicked
men uight which now possessed tor-
rors for her which had nover boforo
wandered into hor troubled brain.
Sho crouched over tho trunk almost
afraid to mova Sho could not oven col-
lect her thoughts buflioieiitly to think of
striking a light Iu a half conscious
way sho remembered sho hud left her
candle 011 tho hall tabla Sho could not
go down stairs past that hideous ibxir
insldo of which hor aunt lay dead mur-
dered in tho darkness. Sho was a pris-
oner iu hor room. Should sho have to
spend auotlier night in this house?
Could sho live through such a night?
At lost eho stood up from her trunk
and exhausted with her emotions sho
had stumbled to a chair which stood ut
the head of hor bed. She tottered to the
seat and gat staring at the door of tho
room which faced tho hwul of her beL
And now a now train of thought
forced itself upon hor. There wore duties
to iorform to tho doail How was the
performing her duties? Or what was to
bo doue? Tomorrow her aunt would be
taken from tho house Perhaps tomor-
row sho would find tho courugotoda her
duty to forget her own sclflbh troubles.
Tonight hho could not
Sho had no idea how long sho had
been seated at her bedside uor when sho
had fallen asleep but she was awakened
out of a pleasant dream a dream which
was not overshadowed by any susploion
of sorrow or of death by hearing her-
".Miss llodnnyTMiM Rodney '"
With a stnrtleibcry sho sprang to her
foot unconscious whoro sho was. It was
somo appreciable moments boforo sho
could reoollocfc whoro fiho was standing
or what had ImppoiMl.
Then sheioneil tho door and an-
swering tho summons again repeated
with 11 "Yos I am hero" sho saw.a
glenm of light on tho lauding beneath
"Yon sloop roundly. I am glad to
laiow it. Will you follow mo down
"Oh Dr. l'croivul" cried tho young
girl iccogiii-iing tho voice "I will lo
with you piCMjntly. "
She hastily retired to her room and
bathed her faro in cold vnter. Sho know
sho could not hope to -uslu nway all
traces of her tears! in a moment but
what did it matter? There wastho kind
doctor below wniting to give hen tho op-
portunity sho sought tho opptu-tiuiity
of escaping from tho housooi ih .dead
Taking 11 clonk nudnhatwltl: lu ' sho
descended tho stairs nnd was soon stand-
ing tilottgsiriu Dr. Percival whoso kind-
ly eyes showed no trace of surprise at
Miss Rodney's disheveled appearance.
Ho held a lamp in bis hand.
"I want to speak to you" ho saiil
"I will light you down stairs' holding
tho lamp on high.
Ethel sought tho front room. As sho
descended tho stairs sho saw alllght iu
tho dining room nnd hoard thoilmm of
Sho rightly surmised that somo of tho
police forco wcio in tho room. Sbo had
asked them oarly in tho day if it was
possiblo that tl(oy would roliovo her of
tho charge of tho houo until she hail
timo to recover herself. Sho had been
told an inquest would bo hold and sho
know that hor mint's body would 1)0
removed next day from tho houso but
during tho day she had battled strenu-
ously with hor thoughts whonover sho
felt they ww; drifting into ait inquiry
ns to what was to happen. Now sho
felt iossesed of 11 strange new courage.
Whatever wub to lie done whatever her
duty to tho dead was sho would face it
unflinchingly. Tho stoim of griof had
passed away Bounteous sleep had clear-
ed tho terror laden atmosphere.
"Now my dear young lady" said
Dr Percival "I doit't think this will
bo 11 proper place for you to siwiid tho
noxt fow days. You must pardon my
intruding ujiou your affairs but at n
timo like tho present conventionality in
not the moat cominendahlo form of
"It is very kind of you to interest
yourself in mo" said Kthol "partic-
ularly at a timo like this. " Sho felt tho
tears rising to hor eyes as sho spoko
but not tho tears of grief which hud
choked and blinded her earlier in tho
"Now" said "Dr. Percival "I havo a
commission for yon from my wife. Sho
asks that you. will come round to our
place for a fowdays until you can sottlo
your plans for tho future. I am glad to
seo you havo got your lint and cloak
with you. Wo can send fur anything
olse yon may require. Comn with ina "
A quick flush of pleasure mounted to
tho young girl'ii cheeks.
"Thou I am not altogether friend-
low " was tho llrst gratofnl thought that
surged through her.
A SLKKI'IKO DllAl'T.
"Yon are n vory foolish young: 'man"
said Stanley Porcival to MauricofLoclcro
as tho pair sat in Dr. Percivars study
tho same owning about 0 o'clocfc.
"I own it readily" nssented Eeclcrc
lifting hu. head. "Worse than foolish I
am ashamed to sny. "
"Yon wero doing vory woll ( in my
humble opinion with mo and byand by
a partnership might havo comolwithia
tho limits of the iiossibla I warned you
not to set up for yourself on lwrrowed
monoy but you poohioohed my woll
"I did not poohpooh it sir" said
Lecloro humbly. "Hut I though fc Icould
seo a fair prosiioct of success and I was a
eager to marry. "
"On let than nothing. "
"Cloyflolds is growing. A practice
would I thought couio quickly. I am
too hot handed I admit."
"I don't wunt to mako you more dis-
troswfd than you aro but you really
must try mid putu-curb on your impetu-
osity. Why 011 onrth didn't you eomo to
mo whim you got into this monoy trou-
bio? Which by tho way I hcanliof only
"I thought thowholo noighliorhood
know of it "
"Of oourso you did. Yon are iif you
will jwrdun me Leolore sonsitiveto the
vergo of nelflslmew. Hut I ask vfliy you
"I did not dare to upprouch you. I
folt I had treated von with bojnt cour
"But yon know I am nt revengeful
What is tho exact story of tho moss you
had got your utmirw into?'
"Hriolly I borruwoil 1JC8OO from a
money lender on various kinds of securi-
ties." "How much of tho UOOIdid you get?"
"A littlo short of 200.
"Ah I Woll?"
"It was in six bills of 00 ruuufug
over lb mouths tho whuli 1)00 to lie-
oome due 011 the fallnrato meet uny of
uiu ui iu. 1 paid the llrst GO easily
"Oat of th loan. J'oll?"
"The second was a tough job. Tho
third I juaimged to pay a jioiitloii of Jawt
got it little time for tho remainder. Tho
fourth I couldn't find n pwiny tovrfard
so I pleaded for time nnd the ausver I
got whs i bailiff whom I promptly
kicked into tho roadway. "
"A remarkably wise proceeding;. "
"Tho fallow is uow blackmailing me.
An ufgAult uu an officer of the luw is I
am aware iv serious offense I am tired
of staving off a prosecntiou. Li airy case
I shall 1 i)'d up immediately aud n
10 note would bo on oxcewaivo fvolua-
tiouof mypurso. I paid loypassaKoaud
intunilMl svityt to NW
(To be Continued.)
.Two I.trr Sureil.
Mrs Phoebe Thomas of Junction
City Ills. was told by her dnughter
that she had consumption and that
there was no hope for her but two
bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery
completely cured her and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thomas loggers
l:t Florida St. San"Frane!sco suf-
fered from a dreadful cold approach-
ing consumption tsled without result
everything else then bought one bot-
tle of Dr. King's Now Discovery and in
two wcUs was cured Ho is natural-
ly thankful. It is such results o
which these aro samples that nr e
tho wonderful efficacy of this mcJIUno
in coughs and coltlc. Free trial bottle
nt Soatoulan Drug store. Regular
tiro SOe and SI. .
Notlco is hereby given that Kobort
S. Hobcrtsou lias this day retired from
the linn of Nix llalscll & Co. and the
business will be continued under tho
same firm name and all debts collected
and liabilities assumed by the remain-
ing partners In the firm.
NlN llAt.BKI.I .t Co.
Outhrle Okla. July 27 180ft 7s-3t
On account of Grand Lodge Knights
Pythias meeting at Kingfisher July 30
the Santa Fc route will sell round trip
tickets to Oklahoma Cityat a rate of
one and one-third fare. Tickets 011
sale July SI) nnd .10 good to return un-
til July'm. L. R. Dclaney agent
lli. You Wiuit h ClmiKliHVi'T
C. T. Vinson barber; shop near cor-
ner of Flrel and Harrison. Clean
sh.i-cs. the be t hair cuts; clean tow-
els. Skilled workmen. Call on Vin-
Tim Clt'M-l'Ilt l.i'h!.
Crescent riders now hold llio follow-
ing Iown statu records:
Davknpout Juno in 1305.
h mile 5. C. Cox reduced from 38 2-5
to 30 3-4.
ft mile 0. T. Jloyschon Jr. reduced
from 13:22 to"2:31.
I.Vmllc IU P. Searle. reduced to
20-iuilc same redncrd loft7:r.7
2.1-milc same reduced from 1:30 to
t:M 2.1 3-.
New hour record 20 Q-8 miles.
Davenport road race June 2.r both
1st and 2d time prices wero won by
Crescent rldcrn lloyschou-Kcarle.
Hook Isi.ANHr-IH. July I.
Hoyschou won tho 1-1 mile 1-? mile
open 1 mile open 2 mile handicap
from scratch second place in 5 mile
handicap. All rode Crescent No. 1.
Crescent No. 1 sells for 87(i never
Mess. F. H. Llllle & Co. solo agent.
To prevent pale del lea t2 children
from lapsing into chronic invalids
later in life they should lake Ayer's
Sarsajiarllla together with plenty of
wholesome food and outdoor exercise
tvhnt they need to build up the systim
Is good red blood.
Don't go home without a loaf of our
fin i! bread; our pies contain only pure
annul fresh material. The Famous link-
rvj. 110 Oklahoma avenue.
IWbale a water motor lu good con-
diiioni can lie purchased for almost
MiUimg. Call at Leader otllce. tf
Lilloe Jk Co. have secured the exclu-
sive agency of Dr. Peppers Phosfe--rate.
Mo most healthful of summer
drinks. It contains phosphorus and
iron two of our best known tonics and
is t.o combined with pleasant aromatlcs
as to make it the most delightful bev-
vruge In existence. Remember It Is
hcrvcd only at Lllllit .fc Co.'s fountain.
If you want a delicious drink and one
thai will tone up your system and
make you strong try Dr. Peppers Phos-
ferrates. 5 1 tf
Iniportxlit 10 KjifM'turlu Writrrrn.
It Is very dangerous to use improp-
erly lilted glasses. Many eyes have
been ruincot .by .the haphazard way lu
which many purchase glasses. In
many cases peonle.do not need glasses
but treatment instead. (Jo and con-
sult Dr. Ignat. Mayer who will tell
you wjbetheryou iiieed glasses or not
auo if yon do need them will fit thorn
to you sclentlllcally ant' correctly. l)r.
Muyer is a regular graduate of optics
and ha-s had many years of experience
iu this specialty. Ills olllce is 122 Ok-
lahoma avenue rooms 1 and 2 over
tho Dee Hivo's new store.
Why Ynu Miuulil llt'Hil IIib riirrniiliiu'l'iil
llccati8L It is a bright up-todato ex-
ponent of liumiui nature.
Ilccause It will help you to under-
stand yoursolf and others.
Ilecause it exposes to view the men-
tal machinery of public men aud
ISocuusR Its Child Culture depart-
ment helps mothers to understand the
character ami needs of each child.
ISeeaiiso it will interest you In-
teuKly. Single copy 1.1c; 0110 year 81. SO;
KaaipVe copy 10c.
Why Von Nliuulit lluve u I'liruniiliiBlrul Hi-
Hiiilimtloii. Jtecaiibe It will point out to you the
field iu which your will Nticceed Dur-
ing the last sixty years wo have
helped over a hundred thousand peo-
ple to success. A perhonul examina-
tion is most desirable but examina-
tions from photographs by our
method are quite satisfactory. Write
to us for particulars.
Fowi.Kit A. Wkm Co.
27 lhtxt'Jlftl street
1; 2714 New York.
For SaleTwo story building gen-
eral slock merchandise pout unices ill
suirn is miles from Cnthrle. Good lo-
cation. MMI acres laud cheap. Addres
(Sargain caie Louder
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powdet
bo pure or so great In Jeat
entng power as tho Royal.
Hlim-i llcrilvr Wntil.
Twc men who have horded 2.1.00
hoHil ut shuep or more ami know how
to ftttteui on the range. Others not
wanted. J. H- Mati iiMVH.
Iniw Motlleiue lA)dge Kus.
Justice dockcU latest style neatly
Oo.iikI for side ut Tiik Lkaiikii olllce.
Notice to Take Depositions.
bi the dhtrlotl court First Judicial
district lu and for tlic county oflo
goji Oklahoma territory.
(XirW li Hair vs. Mary K. Lair.
Tim elofeiidanl will take notice that
on tlM 30th day of July. 1895 between
the lirmrs of 10 u. ra. and 0 p. m at
tbn office of L. II. Merrill in the
comity of Mcl'hersoii and state of Kan
son the plalntllf above named will
tnkn the testimony of C. N. Israel and
Laura Miller witnesses In this action
with authority to adjourn from day to
day. until such depositions shall have
Veen taken. Ci.aicic II Hxiit.
p-JO dttw3t rialutlff.
For Snloor mil.
Three lots with two 3-rooni col-1
tnges In East Outhrle. Address M.
Luther Wost or II. & lllddorbaelc Me-'
Kliilov Okla. 0 1 tf
Wanted. An honest active gontlo-
man or lady to travol for established
reliablo house. Salary 8780 payable
815 weokly and cxKtige. Situation
permanent. References. Unclose solf
nddr Rsod stamped envelope. The
Dominion Company 31s Omaha build-
ing Chicago 30 d d.
Mrs. L. C Mclteynolds has sold tho
lluthrlo Toilet Parlors to Mrs. Stone
who will carry on tho bust no at the
old stand 10H Wost Oklahoma ave-
nue. Mrs. ' Stone will 1m pleated to
receive the patronage of Mrs. MoHoy-
nons' customors. 7 tl 1 w
Trilby and Coin's flnuuclal school at
Lillic's Drug Store.
Old Moses soiK lioHlttil licor
u $1 hoi fuse delivered at
your house l.envo orders al
ill I Harrison avenue. 5 2!) If
For alo At Loader ollleoj ono half
medium Chandler .fc Price Gordon
press 14xS(). It Is In perfect condi-
tion and Is running every day at our
olllca We must make room for large
A horse kicked II. S. Shafor of the
Preeinyer House Mlddloburg N. Y.
on the knee which laid him up In bed
and causud the knee joint to become
stllV. A friend recommended him to
use Chamberlain's l'aln Itulm which
lie did and in two days was ublu to bo
around. Mr. Shaffer liuk mpomiiioiiilod
it to many others and says it Is excel-
lent for any kind of a brtihe or sprain.
This same Kemedy Is also famous for
Its cures of rheumatism. For sale by
F. li. Llllle &. Co.
Hoggs' (Stood Purifier
Hoggs' lllood Purifier.
Iteggs lllood Pnrlllur
for all diseases of tho blood. A posi-
tive guarantee with every bottle.
Call for and bo sure you gol Hoggs'
and take no other. Sold by Healon
Tin' AmrrlrHii lllalurli'iil Iti'i-Ulcr
The monthly go.ette of the patriotic-
hereditary societies for .Inly besides
containing much fresh information
about tho patriotic socluties all over
tho country prints a great deal of
unusually Interesting reading matter.
The initial article of the duly Issue
Is tho beginning of a series that is to
follow gnmg a profusely illustracd
account of Lufavelte's tour lu the
United States In 1S3I !i& whiuli will
be In the main contributed by mem-
bers of tho patriotic Noddies. The
frontlspice is a unique fne simile re-
production iu colors by a new process
of an aquarelle portrait of Lafayette.
The subjects of the other articles are
a History of the North Carolina So
eiety of Cincinnati with many por-
traits; the continuation of ' 'The
Philadelphia llusliiess Directory ol
1703" which is full of Interest lug
Inform itiou alnnit early Inhabitants
an account of the firing of the Con-
federate's lirst gnu at Gettysburg:
the biography of Mlw Mary Vliilng. of
Delaware u Revolutionary belle a
genealogical account of the Grilllu
family of Virginia with portraits a
bit of lata as to slavery lu Peuuxvl-
vaula; a sketch of do Forest founder
of New York; a poem by Mrs. John
Qulney Adams; Franco's Interest In
America by Rear Admiral Roe I'. S.
Nay; unveiling tho Louisboiirg Mon-
ument: Shay's Rubolllou etc. Pub
lished by tho Historical itegUter Pub-
lishing Co Philadelphia. Price 31 00
First published in the Gulhrlo Dally
Louder .Juno 3S 1S05.
Territory of Oklahoma County o! Lo-
gan. Iu the district court iu and for said
counly and territory.
Grace Rowland plaintiff vs. Marepils
O. Rowland defendant
The said defendant Marquis O.
Rowland will take notice that ho has
been sued in the district court of Lo
gan county Oklahoma territory by
tho above mimed plaintiff Grace Row-
laud in an action for divorce and that
ho must appear anil answer tho peti-
tion Hied lu said cause lu this court
on or before the 3rd day of August
18H5 or said petition will bo taken as
true and a judgment rendered for the
plain tilt and against him lu said action
granting to taid plaintllT an absolute
divorce and fur costs of suit.
Dated this 21st day of .lune. lHti..
hkai.I Attost: Lotus II Pins
Clerk of the district court of Logan
county O. T.
Herod WIdmor fe Ovorstreol attor-
neys for plaintiff dlw'j
S. II. 1IATKS A: SON
TIIK WATHIt JIKS
(Successors lu Tucker.)
The only wagons in town selling
well water. Water furnished to fam-
ilies by barrel or by week. Rouiomhor
the place the windmill well 510
Grant avenue bet -1 and S.
Arc Just an old old remedy
In this new share.
Doctors hnvc always given
this prescription in water I
We nave thein in this shape
simply for their lurnlincss.
KU'ANS TADUI.KS r Ilk an
KbKllv'Kul11le' W1! &!
Idjwicitul luacliluer ylvlHrf A
flllUf necratarr lulifleallaf la
tli noulful furu 111 I' k'KU
TAtULCB du M (or YOU.
Cinitlpatlon l)lilnc Nwui
tiyintpila nnd Ml. Nutrition
II yield to klpaui Tabulct.
it ProM- Mrut kwt fay Moll for U (.
Uitutl mikiLi lMiteai.l(w lutk
Stencils SoaU Ink I'ailn
Mauufucturcil lijr Uiu
Pierce Stamp and Seal Co.
Ituu.1. Ulljr Mu
fiend tor price lint.
THOMAS S. WJIITK
Washington I). C.
Ito.mn IOII-A- -tliiiillr lllilf:
Mining l.t.1 and Patent Law a
J . It. ItKATOIT. J NO. 11 . COTTMIIA!..
BATON & COTTBRAL
Attorney at Law.
Kjpins l r.J i lntarantlnftl lioaa nn
irusi iihimiiik UKianantn AVB
S. Land ollloo.
pKAvK 11. LUCAS.
I' r l.iuMur Cnuuting Uu
I UN COts
V11 tt B'lililiim
l;i.i !. (iill.
Ne - K Mlree-t N W.
I (inn. rly principal examiner
sion L-1 viitt.
J. W. 3Ill.liKK.
TT011NKY AT LAW
Lurk lliix T 1 1 eintlirlr.
Ten years pract co at Lurued Kan-
us and In Guihrle since April 1TJ
18S0 Practlco iu Hie 1 11 ill land ofllee.
depurliuent of the Interior and terri-
torial and supremo courts. Olllca In
Times building cor. Ok. ave. anil 3nd
KHANK H. CltOSTHWAITK
13X11 I'. Hi. N. V
Tho Land Doparttnunt
of 111 v olllce is conducted by the late
chief of tho Oklahoma Towns! to and
contest divisions. Isollolt your Imsl-
ness and guarantee satlsfaellou.
Veterinary Surgeon Surgeon Dentist.
S K. cor. Nol lc anil First
Pe lilrhfUra llntl.h llUmnnJ llrantf.
B -T'v llfialiml mnt Only (Jrmilne.
J .""t t ! .iIKIa limit Ask
mitnJ fTreiM.lln 1 11 aitl . ! tntllll'
h ufrll t ftif tltirkfttrt ttooiitS lt
Iheii . le.t HU lilm rtM-m lnLr
titkollirr. fAfidiMiiftitiit 'M&anfta-
ti mi h iinttttumi At Otufgutt rnrt r
HI ttlit( fr .4l't nUr lmlttk(nlU kit 1
"itriui ir inir" t i'" nrfiurn
l'hlclirtfr( Ii4 ntlrul t u.. luillnn NduufM.
Lut I'ro.. lit I'MJntlft. k'm.
What Nerve licrritM
have done for other
Ihcy wilt (I
- t r.
OF '"T11 oav if.
MEN easily Quickly
and Pornianenlly Reslorod. tii wait
A positive cine for all VVe.tkiuNe
Nervousness Debility ami all I liar
Inin of evils icsuItiiiKfioinearlyerroi
ami later excesses the icsiill ol ove.'
work sickness worry etc. Develop
ami ejves tone and strength to thesex-
nal organs. Stops unnatural losses ot
:iililiv emissions canseil liy youthful
erioi joiexcesive useof tobacco.opiiuii
ami liquor which lead to coiisuinptiot
and insanity. Their use shows immedi-
ate improvement. Insist upon having
the genuine NERVE BERRIES no other
Convenient to carry in vest pocket.
Price $1.00 per box six boxes one full
treatment 5.00 Guaranteed to cure
any case. If not kept by your drug-
gist we will send them by mail upon
receipt of pice in plain wrapper.
Pamphlet free. Address mail ordcrsto
AMERICAN MEDICAL CO.. CINCINNATI 0.
I'orniilii iu (Itithrlo Oklahoma by V. IS.
Llllle .fc Co.
Firt - l'nr thu Nalmiiul L1 u em Ion a I
ineetlnif at Denver oHHiiii July ftlh
thu rate will lie une fare plim 8 for thu
rem nil trip. TleheU good fur return
any time up to and Inelmllnj' ItopUUt
b'eesond The r(nlar tourlat ear Ut
California via ICunu City riina outsit a
wW anil leave Cliietiyo every Tlinr-
luy at 0 p. m Kuna City ut 10: 50 a.
111. every Krieluy. TlvkeU ImmmI tipuu
KeeMjnil eliiM (are and enr riwiM on
faktMit tmiiM anil known at thu
riillllp-IUil Iklunil Tourint Kxeur
Hhum. Cut nrrlrue al Colorado Springs
Huturiltiv 7 'in a 111.
Third II iiiiNftiant' e.xenrfcions t
Taxk iiixl New .Mexico Next one
June 1 1 ih. Hate onu fare for rouml
trip. TlckeU youd tvreuty days.
Kourth 1'or Mexico ity. the Itoek
UIkiiiI run a thruagli itlerper fre.iu
Kmiims City t K:4) p 111 via 'i'oiieka
MeParland. VVIehita ami l'ort Worth
and AuHn to Hun Autuuio. Two
route from there are - International
It. It. lu Lreil and Mexican National
lu the t'lly of Mexico; SoutherH 1'a
eitie and Melieau lulsriiutlouMl via
SiHu"ord and liujrle I'aM U City of
Alexico. Coiiiieellon are Imj wade at
Tort Worth via the Torn I'nclnc to IJI
I'aM over thu Mexican Central to tho
( ity ot Mexico
Fifth bend U nddreaii blow lx a
Souvonlr eulltNl TlieToiirfctTeaahfir"
tliutnlvtMj inueh lnfo?uatiun to tour
(gw Sent free.
General Passenger Agt
it n h. a
r K.V'" Tt 9
e per cubic foot.
All order sont through the postofllee
will recrlve prompt attention.
SJILLWATER AND ORLANDO
Leaves Orlando at 2 p. m. Arrives
at Stillwater at 5:30 p m.
Leaves Stillwater at 7:30 a. m. Ar-
rive at Orlando at 1 1 a. m.
Nearest a.id Only Regular Route lo the
Oood hi4 c-rmodcitions at
Doth Stillw;rt 4fHi 1 tihdo. Alsc
gooii livery at Mil... '
ME EP Rims Props
1 000000 People Wear
I OO F? ncST
4C . uie int
Jf . M..IM
Wmr W. -
.. !oiialn ini nml nin IVatm
te.l.oo iMilr. All .Sll. ui
ri mii in ii'.ihiT hmlnrf hi I u
intcw uf mtir urnkei. 1 it tlif Mijlt met nrii
i I. Iloiiuln 1mm rriiinln Hit uhh.
TKlLriio'inliNiuni . that tmnmatnl pile )tnuf J
Oklahoma Loan Office
.1. KoiIkooiI Prop.
Money to imin on Watches Dlainriuls
anil all articles 0 vuine.
Unredeemed Pledges For Sale
at a bargain.
IF . . .
Setiil youroriler to
Anil ho will elcllverthe Rtune at your
(irlli-o linlt )lly
Guthrie to Chandler
Take Williamson's Stage Line.
Leaven (iulhrie at 7 a. 111.; nrnvei at
Chanillur l:M) p 111. (leuxl mails t'oeid
Bta('es. Carry I!. S. malL All einUra
for naMii(re ami lKiUKlf luniLI lie
lull at the (iullirie Cljfur Su.re II
G. M. MCFETRIDGE
KSTABLISIIED APRIL 7 a i89
All onlcis for baggage on nutgn.ng
trains thoutd be left onr
hour before the train
W Oklahoma Av
Jl jw 1 1
Jn . .1
tl-L. ein 1 1 1 il
I A Piumur il "
r.wt i'l Ui the l
M ItRATC Fcta
TIU B PATtNTOrrtCt
. j 1 i 1
r 1 . 1 J
i .. .. ;
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m 1 1! 1 jt i 1 t
al Ir -. AU t
W Orr. PATENT Of'tcc. Wahihtoh O C
Lino bolWQan I'orry and I'awneft stop
at MorrUQii'a for illuner Ixrave l'rrry
every lnornlnir at' 0. 1'awnee at 0
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 46, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 31, 1895, newspaper, July 31, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73395/m1/3/: accessed January 27, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.