The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, August 9, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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ItOAltll OF Til AUK.
STIIiLWATKH .TAIL MtEAlC.
Mnttnr of Intermt UI.c-omciI 1.MI Kn
The district court room last
wnii crowded with citizens and
n?ss men who met to discuss propo&l
tloni to secure a reduced freight rate
to Guthrie the building and grading
of a good wngon road to Chandler and
to secure seed wheat for the farmers
of Logan county who lost their :rops
by reason of the drouth last year.
Horace Speed presented the first
proposition to the meeting and shn.vwl
the scheme perfected between the
llock Island railroad and the people of
Shawnee to capture the trade of l.ln
coin county and southern Pay no
.ni? nn.l divert It from Guthrie to
Shawnee and Oklahoma City. Tho
Itoclc Island railroad company guaran-
teed a rato to Shatvneo amounting to
six cents less per 100 pounds than the
Santa Fe gives (luthrlc. The wagon
freight rale from Hhawnto to Chan-
dler being 20 cents less than from
iinil.rii. tlm mivlnc of freight to tho
(.handler merchant- being 20 cents per
Messrs. Htlllngsley Oreer Halsell
Staplclon and others urged immediate
action on this matter and on motion
the following committee was ap-
pointed: V. M. Spurlock O. K. Illlllngley V
II (Ircer Mayor Martin and 0car
The commlttc appointed to investi-
gate building wagon road to Chandler
is as follows:
.1 S. Lyon Willard Stapleton and .1.
Wheat committee: (J. W. Sharuiii.
W S. Siupliiton and V. II Coylc. Mr.
Coylo declined to serve.
HISCUSSINU TUB INDIAN.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Repot
HpmIoii at Kl
Itiiltitii Sclninl Trurlier. In
El. Hkno Aug. 8. Tho attondanco
at the Indian Instltutu Is increasing
and opened this morning with the
opera houso fully crowded. Professor
Cornelius a full blood Indian from
Seymour Wis. is taking a very active
part in tho proceedings.
!. Professor Vletcs opened tho morning
session as presiding oflicor and Supt.
Pigg opened the discussion by reading
a paper entitled "Aj plan for Indus-
trial work" and was followed by Dr.
Ueiucman who gave a description ol
original klndorgartcn work; not a
room with a stone or wooden lloor
but an actual outdoor garden whore
tho chlldron would learn tho practical
management of flowers and vcgotablo
beds. Kov Stanford advocated tho
leaching of fruit tro 3 culture. Pro-
fessor Pearco strongly endorsed an ac
tual kindergarten and stated that the
preliminary steps had been taken at
the Haskell Institute. Professor Soger
nnserted that ri a tale Indian chil
dren are apt 6cholata. 1'ndor proper
training they try to excel iach other
and readily learn farm machlnory.
Professor llrcwn of l'awne.o created
uncontrollable mci.iment by attack-
ing Professor PJgg's idea of steam
6a ws and engines for Indians. lie
thought this government had done a
orcat deal for the Indian but doubted
lis nreuentinir each boy with a steam
tngino to take under his arm when
leaving school to be 6ct up In the fu-
ture topee homo and attached to tho
steam washer which In fairness the
Indian girl should have to do tho fam-
ily washing. Professor Ilrown believed
in bucksaw training for the boyB and
a wash board education for tho girls
Miss Sarah Ilrown of Haskell insti-
tute and sister of Judge Ilrown for
morly of Lamed. Kansas was rcqurfct
ed by Profossnr Ilollinan. general su-
perintendent to give hnr views on in
dustrlal work for Indians In a short
uddrcss shogavosomo valuable snggiR
tlnr.R to tho audience.
A very lively discussion arose over
the "Outing Systom." a subject very
ably handled by Dr. W Dougan. of
Shoshone Nevada. In his paper the
doctor Hpoko of tho Indian as hols
nml not as ho annears In novels and
suggested ways and means to mako
him v hat ho ought to bo
A life long experience in Indian
work enabled Professor Vletcs to state
posltlvolv that tho Indian will work
und ho cited Instances whoro they were
confronted with tho alternation of
"root hog or die." and they didn't die
either ho said but flourished and be-
came good ottizens.
The afternoon was devoted to organ-
ization In tho teachers and superin-
II. V forler Die.
Mr. (ico. V. Porter who has resided
on west Mansur avenue since tho early
days of Guthrie died at 10 o'clock yes-
terday morning after a long selgo of
consumption. Ho was a kind and lov-
ing husband and father loved and re-
flected most by those who knew him
best. Ho leaves a wife and four chil-
dren who "have the sympathy of the
entire neighborhood In their hour of
sorrow. The funeral will take place
at 10 o'clock today aftur whlah tho re
mains will be laid to rest in Summit
George Hornsteln at one time con-
nected with the Leader bindery aud
Miss Flora Herschman were married
at Chicago Tuesday.
A C'orroiionilfiil Tell I lie ThIp or n Cl
nml a Unlivery
Stii.i.wateii O. T Aug. 0. Tho
Stillwater jail this morning consists of
a commodious 6teel cago a largo brln-
il local Last night six prisoners
horse thieves burglars r.nd outlaws
played checkers with their noses iti
side of the steel grates this morning
nary a one. Last night the Pop dep-
uty nhcriils rashly offered agold watch
and chain to tho man who escaped
their lynx-eyed vigilance and Ihis
iimrii ng the prize is claimed Last
inghl the deputy slicrilTs gave a prl
vale soiree ai ihe jail. When the party
broke up tho Pop deputies were be-
hind on tho suoru and had to "saw oil"
the odd frames The trumnhant jail
I birds had retired to their bunks in the
steel cage. The deputies after finish
ing the game liled them merrily home
leaving the jail doors wide open with
nothing In thetvorld to nrovent a vug-
rant cow from coming In aud biting
one of the sleeping tenants. In the
night tho neglected prisoners discov-
ered their danger and Indignantly
removed to safer quarters. They took
with them four of the best saddle
horses In town and at this writing
have not sent them back This morn
I n if when Deputy Sheriff Henry Hell
who has tho contract as chief caterer
and chambermaid of the locitupcamo
down to gladden the hearts of the
hearts of tho boarders with their reg
ulatlnn Allowance ho found that the
cat ban come back. She was sleeping
softly on a chair In the corridor where
the gcntlo south wind played through
her whiskers. There wan a note also
for the morning culler It was on the
chair with the cat. It was written in
a frco strain and reads as follows
To Henry and .lim;
You nimlo a blow about anybody
thul got out got a got a gold watch
l'loaie scud it to inn. I could have gut
bo tide but wanted to show you dam
fools a trick with a hole lit ii Vim are
"gillies "Hoy DilTenbaugh.
P. S. Take good care of tho cat
Then Hell sal down tho breakfast
tray in such a sudden manner that ho
broke one beef steak and Cracked sev-
eral others. Ho also cocked his pistol
In u Joint tone of voice and marshalled
tho gang of avengers. They are a gal
lant band. They have been reared
among scenes of danger and blood Is
to them as mother's milk. They will
come back from tho chase unscarrcd.
In fact they will chase each other
back. Meanwhile the cat Is safe. Tho
citizens of Stillwater aro taking an in-
terest in the inattor in the matter of
retaining the cat A handbill is being
distributed on the streets as follows:
Wanted A few more Populist dep-
uty sdicrliTs with pistols aud Winches-
ters to guard and cure forone eat now
confined In the county jail. Easy Work
and good pay Come at onco or the
cat may escape anil join the rest of
tho prisoners who got away Sunday
night Aug. -I.
Applv to shcrilT Payno county Still-
water O T.
Tho Pop administration In this
county would bo a farco but for the
fact that tho serious side of it makes
It an outrage. Smith who at the last
term was convicted of burglary und
sentenced to flvo years was allowed to
walk out of tho jail and has 'not been
apprehended although It Is a noto-
rious fact that ho Is living openly In a
bordering county. This same deputy
Hell was to blame for the escape
Across the street from tho jail Is n
houso of ill rep u to kept by a couple of
colored eyprians Unas been discov
ered that the deputies arc In tho habit
of admitting ihcm to the jail and even
tho pilsoners are taken to Ihe bngnlo.
It is probable that an action will be
taken to romovo tho entire sheriff's
''iiinptrollfr Howler of tli. Trewmrj i-
imrtmrnt Take Up Ihe T '.
Wasiiinoton Aug. 8 Comptroller
Jlowlcr of Ihe treasury department
heard arguments to-day upon tho
question of tho constitutionality of tho
sugar bounty appropriations made by
congress at its last session for tho
crops of 1st) 3 and lSUl the claim of
the Oxford Iteet Sugar company of
Nebraska the first claim settled by
tho auditor since the passage of the
ilson bill by which the old sugar
bounties of the MclCinley act were re-
pealed being made the test.
Ex-Senator Mandcrson of Nebraska
made the tirst argument In the case.
As going to show the hardships which
tho repeal of the bounty had worked
he said that the Nebraska farmers had
this year planted 11000 acres of beets
or 3000 acres more than ever before
under contracts previously made with
the manufacturers no characterized
the repeal of tho bounty law as 'an
unrighteous unjust and most unlaw-
ful exorcise of congressional preroga-
tive" and referred to It as a "bunco"
A KniiHHifl C'oiiilMer Demi.
CiiicAiio Aug. 8. George V. Hoot
the noted compoM'r died at I.alley's
Island Maine yesterday morning at 3
o clock. Ills death was unexpected.
Prominent among Dr. Hoot's mu-
sical works were: "Tho Hattle Cry of
Freedom" "Yes We'll Hally Hound
the Flag Hoys" "Just Heforo the Hat-
tle Mother" "Tramp Tramp Tramp"
and "Tho Vacant Chair." Dr. Hoot
was at the timu of his death preparing
to celebrate his golden wedding
which would huvo occurred August 27.
Knlher and lMnr Children IxmI.
Will rKsiir mi. Ky. Aug. 8 At Dig
Stouo Gap Va. last night Eli II Ix
cumo homo drunk and built a firo in
the kitchen which In some way set tho
house on lire. He and four children
perished. Mrs. Hix rescued one of her
Aire! In Itegnlnr fti-milnii mid Trammel
Mnro or I.fm IttimnnM.
The city council met In lobular ses-
sion last ul c lit.
A petition was received from West
Guthrie asking Ibo council to pay 535
for a night pollcemun.
A special committee reported that
It had purchased 1 7-10 acres of land
of Johnson north of the city on the
Cimarron for three months for a gar-
An ordinance was passed levying a
tax of 3 mills general fund; 1 mill
street and bridge fund and 3 mills on
An ordinance was uasscd rcduolng
the city engineer's salary from S3.f0
to S3. rC per day.
Cotton market was located on sccjnd
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
Ilrlnf (llnncm l'oluteil nt IIiih-iiImi; In
unit About the Ullr.
Jack aud GUI went on a wheel
To view tlie landscape o'er
Jack fell IT and bruised his shin
While Gill her bloomers loie.
Hush a bye lady on tho wheel ton
If the wheol tips tho lady w 111 llop
If the wheel breaks the dear onu will
comes tho fairy bloomers and
Oklnlioiuit Presses Miclittlnn
lly authority of the ctoeutlve com-
mlttee the unniial mooting of the Ok
liilioma Press Association Is hereby
tilled to meet at Kl Heno Ok. on Frl
dny and Saturday. August in and 17
IHlt'j ut 3 o'clock p. in for tho purpose
of transuding siu-h business ns may
properly eomu before the association.
It is en-nestly rtquested that nil mem-
bers attend this meeting and tuwist In
maintaining our Press Association to
the highest merit of j urnallsm and
T. F. 1Ir.nni.ky Pros.
Lo.v Wiioitros Sue.
I'roKrnm of Kxertlnen.
Address of weloome.
Hcsponso Hy the President.
Editorial Associations Mort L. ll!.-
Edltorl-1 Frllls-Lcsllo G. Nlbhiek.
Couuty Correspondence II. 11. Ull-
How to got snbserlbors A. C. Doblp.
Cash In Advance Frank II. Greer.
Forebrn Advertising W. 1?. Ilottnli.
Personal Journalism .T. I.. ltenberg
Tho Liberty of the Press Ge. IS
All Homo Print Leo Vlneont.
Oklahoma Libel Law J. J. llurke.
Fair Prices for Job Work W. A.
How to Collect Subscriptions J IS.
Should a country papor print only lo-
cal news? L E. Walker.
Shrutd a nowspaper "Toot Ha own
IloruV" J. T. Palmer.
Patriotism vs. Purtisanlsm Lou Whor-
is It proper for an editor to hold office?
C. C Hudson.
After Kiipper Address
Personal Homiuiscurico linn. S dney
Oklahoma Historian! Sonioty Wl.l T.
Yes Duck pin In; will laundry them
for lfiu at Steam Laundry.
A. W. McIvkanii. Mg'r.
C. FL REISJFRO'
Is Hit' iilitcc to go wlioii you if nut anything in his line
tried you will lie convinced ol" the niiproiiriiilrnrss
ol' his uiotlo:
REGARDLESS OF COST.
line of Drugs Druggist's Sundries Tuinls Oils Slulionory
Sponges HnimiiocK's Croquet etc.
Kilting Miuilm- Prmn Miiimlriikn.
Sr. JosKrii Mo. Aug. 8. Tony Als
buugh a stono uutter received u sun-
stroko while at work and Is now a
Mrr. A. A. Meauham is suffering
from a very severe attack of tonsllitls.
Ed Conkllng came over from Chan
dler yesterday to meet his wife who
has been visiting In Kansas
Frank Ho wilt of the Hank of Indian
Territory loft for Nebraska last even-
ing for a short visit.
Jack Hart the newly appointed chief
of the Perry lire department was In
the city yesterday v'sltlng tho olty
with the view of getting some "tire
Tho Salvation Army will hold ser-
vice this evening at the Presbyterian
church. Uev. McFheeturs will give a
shot t talk. Everybody cordially invi-
ted to attend.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal linking Powder
superior to all others.
Vnil Kuitiik shuts Ht I'liMlng Incident In
Zip Wyatt still llcs.
A mau at Ponca City is working on a
The Shawnee Slate bank opens up
for business tojiorrow.
There are 481 OoO acres of land In
Wi o Is county still subject to entry.
In Oklahoma there are l)Sll honor-
ubly discharged volunteer union sol-
diers. Pir.'y Enterprise: Miss Hurch stun-
egraphur for Marshal Nix and Miss
Dora Hodman both of Guthrie came
over from Pawnee on their wheels to
day leaving Pawnee at 5 o'clock and
arriving at 10:30. They will return to
Guthrie tomorrow oi their wheels.
Oklahoma City Times-Journal: In
splto of the unfavorable spring the
Oklahoma Nursery company have a
tine lot of nursery slock growing in
their nurseries south of tho city The
slock includes 100000 Ono apples ready
for fall delivery 21000 peach and sev-
eral thousand apricot pruncsaliuonds
plums etc. ready for fall delivery
3uikni peaches and oilier nursery
stock. The sales for fall delivery have
Nowkirk Times: While In Guthrlo
last Saturday wo were invited by Chief
Taylor to inspect the tire department.
Tho invitation was accepted and in
company with several others were
shown through the department. A
test run was made aud which rolluctcd
with credit to tho gallant tiro laddies.
From tho tap of the ball the hordes
were hitched up and a run of 31'
blocks madu In the short time of .'H
seconds. Guthrie may well be proud
of her (Ire department and no bolter
chief can be found anywhere than G.
W. Taylor chief of tho Guthrlo tiro
Oscar Jackson president ut the col-
ored young men's social club repudi-
ates tho story printed In the Guide
which says two younir ladies woru neg
lected at a "function" recently given
by colored socloty. Oscar Is a Ward
McAllister i.. whom there Is no guile
und he lb very popular with tho dusky-
We hate demonitrated that fifV-clm Btcrctct can
he mads and told St our fotlowlngUndrd price
G7C I.Vo. 1. for MEN. M In. Wheel M lb.
V 0 INo. 4 fur LADIES. 34 la. Wl.tel. 31 lb.
rn(N'o.r'orVOOTU&alo.Whejl3llb. pl0 to success. A personul
$DUlNo.Mor MISSIS. 3 In. Wheel at 1U.. & moU desirable but
1 1 fl I No. S for BOYS U In. Wheel. 71 lb.
4U lN.cfw GIRLS 311a. Wheel Ulbt.
For eiperleaced rider dcrirlng a relUMe lie !l
wrlnlit ItiCTcle we recommend our CRE&CtJNT
fCtWCItllK lb. 24 In. Wheel. FKKU f .
lUntlraUJ Ctlalffui Frtt t AftuiirM.
WESTERN V1UL 1WS cHKAS8.RK
HOLU ONLY HY
F I. LILLIE & CO
Drue Book and Kivs Dipt
Col. Hubert McUeynoliU went out
tishlngon the Cimarron a few days
ago. While digging for bait In a ledge
of rocks lie discovered tho skeleton of
a man t.nd 8'5 in money. The And is
on exhibition ut Henfro's drug store.
Why You Hhuultl lime h I'lirenolonlml V.x-
mulimllou. Heraiifcc It will point oat to you the
Held In which your will succeed Dur-
ing lliu last hlxtv years wu have
helped over a hundred thousand peo
tions frn-n photographs by our
method are iuite satisfactory. Write
to us fn.- particulars.
Fiiwt.ru .t Wm.ijs Co.
i" Enst 21st street
it $714 New York.
Household goods for salo cheap.
Call and see them at 01? X Hroad. U
We do them to suit you just as you
order them. Send 'em to the Steam
Laundry A. W McKeand. Mgr.
Heports of tho Fulted States mine
Inspector state that Indian Tenitory
coal mines turned out over u quarter
of a million tons.
Charles Foster the old-time Ameri
can actor and playwright. Is dead
aged 0'.. Ho wrote over fifty plays
that were played with more or less
Texas fover Is wild to have broken
nut among cattle In Oklahoma.
John Davis is believed to have 'een
stoned to death and robbi'd at () incv
The 1 1 ilea go Presbytery has decided
that only unferineiited grape julei- an
be used ut communion.
It is reported that a big life Ins rt
unco company bus refused to take a
risk on President Cleveland.
The grand lodge of tho United
lirothers of Friendship und Bistes-s of
the Mysterious Tun is In session at Se
The Vundcrbilts have been award d
damages against the Metropoli .in
Steamship company for the dest no-
tion of the yacht Alva.
A painter named Lennon wts shot
by a young man named Vhlttn ur for
committing an alleged rapo u on his
mother at fuvlek's Mill Mo.
The Texas Western ruling J was
sold ut auction and bought i.J Xew
At Madrid It is now thought proba-
ble that the reinforcements of .Spanish
troops to be sent to Cuba v 111 only
number .10000 men.
At London the United States ambas-
sador the Hon. Thomas F. ihiyurd
had a long interview with the mar-
ipils of Salisbury the piuuner und
minister of foreign affairs.
Clubs are organizing all ovei Mexico
favoring the re-election of Picsldent
Diaz and a great many newspipors in
the Interior cities have already come
out for him.
At New York W. 11. Crosman .t
llro. coffee importers announce that
they will ship 91000000 in gold.
At Little Hook Ark. Joo Hamilton
aud Clarence Chapman of Lonoke
county Arkansas cut each other to
death with pocket knives becauso
they could not agree us to wh uh owned
a bull yearling.
The Pan-Atnerlcau Hullioad com-
pany which three years n'o started
the project of building a mi road from
victoria. Texas to Ilrown -vlllo. and
thonco to the City of Mexim la lobe
reorganized and tho original objects
and intentions of tho prom tors of the
enterprise are to be carried out.
At Milwaukee Wis. u lumber of
Cuban cigarmakers have i ganized a
club to collect money for the revolu-
tionists. They have pledgi-d twenty
pur cent of their earnings foe this pur-
pose and the loader J. L. P. oval nays
30000 of his countrymen la America
have made u similar pled c and that
they will raise a large su i In a few
KANSAS CIITY MARKETS.
No. 2 hard wheat 6S V ;i 64a No. I MJ
file Nu. ted. 6o i No. ' iQt?f; No I 60o
li-jeciMi. oi uo griva in
Nn. 1 lulled cum lilir Nik t.SIci No. 4S01C
mi smile. KVn Nu J while rtjjot No. J 31c.
Nn. i miied oat litai N . nt(ot No. 1 Uj
Mrs. Grace G Shapland has won lot
. block .15 Guthrie proper in the hear-
ing before tho secretary of tho Inter-
lar. This is one of tho most valuublo
lots lu the city.
Articles of Incorporation have been
(lied at the secretary's otllco of the
Tccumsch and Shawnee railroad com-
pany to connect those cities. Capital
stock 81 f0 000. The oM'.vmh uro J. T.
Martin J. S Jenkins F. M. Hllev
A. MeNnbb. 1). C. Pryor and It
(Wi his prices licl'orc yon liny
204 Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and First S!
Jliiy your Clothing ami Furiiisl.iiin (Jooils nl (ho
Cor. Oklahoma avenue and First St.
Hoslilenee. Corner Noble Ave and
W. E. FURROW D. D. S.
Victor Hlo.-k. 1st and Harrison.
I'r Rrnm nt Mm H. I'. ItitcKeni'
Piuno duet Ilohomiaii Girl Misses
Hoxey and Holes.
Piano solo Hippies of Alabama
Miss Daisy N'lx
Vocal duet Drift My Hark Mr.
Patterson and Miss Hoitoy
Piano solo Echoes of the Woods
Miss Itcssle Tarleton.
Violin soloSeleoted Lawrence Folder
Piano solo The Harpist's Dream
Miss Pearl Hutchinson.
Vocal solo Selected Miss Goodrich.
Recitation- Grandma at the M as-
iiiernde Miss Julia Tarleton.
Piuno solo Hello Fountain Miss
Grace Me teal f
Vocal solo Selected Mrs Woods
Piano solo Only a Dreim Miss
Piano duet Lucreta Horglu. Mrs.
Patterson and Miss Anna Hutchinson.
H. L. COHEN
The Reliable Merchant Tailor
Makes Clothes to Measure !
Anl.t t tW'Wfit with cvory St pure huso on a
BY i n IT Y M UT TPT3 f I iorr4VA 1 1 K - V
1 1 1 1 1 i n jn&y ivw
To ho uivcii away Kepi. 1 iy.)."i.
2D? STREET OPP. GOVT. ACRE.
Don't fail to uull nml roc the largest
in the territory. No HumptcA to plek
from. All our noodn are made in
Guthrie hkllled tullois in our em-
Py' H. L. COHEN
irJiictMl litilla no gt
ll)-Na 21 car 12c;
rlniarol Mmki'l o
tbriil'liui Wi'nt wo
llrau -t'lnu. &9uute !
liny IteotlpU. Heart
Hit li worth SI aUitu
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HJ'- fuuo) iimlria. to
I K. Nu A Sltfl.H pa.
1'ilco ut broom com
Olil com klinrt iiud im
lr tun Sew corn '
li ton ; wit wurkuu-
com JHiJ ir luu
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cwt ackodj hulk
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11 Tbo market io. witli cu.lJiTl)ie
tn-iitli wbicti loat lfort lh clow
Tim top ate ?' .iltue bulk of alo from
II I) Wf-I.U.
lbvlRcIpU UTV2; hlpwd tMtcrikf
&1. 11 mtkn w t Jvi vsA U to So Www.
THE V110HI8E1) LAND.
There are two roasons cither one of
which oufrlit to be conclusive with
every American citizen.
Pirst The trip from Denver to Utah
via HIo (Jrande Western "(treat Kail
Lako Houte" is the grandest to Im
found anywhere on the continent No
European trip of equal length can
compare with it in variety and gran-
deur of scenery und wealth of novel
Second You should go because
when you have mado this wonderful
trip you will tlnd Utah ut tho end of
It Utah ono of tho world's famous
spots and a land of gold silver cop-
per iron and coal; of lofty moor.'.alus
and fertilb valleys: of vineyards fruits
and sunllowers. Salt Lake City the
capital is of great interest on account
of Its historical and religious associa-
tions Hero are Hot Thermal Springs;
Warm Springs Sulphur Springs Sanl-
torium parks drives canyons and tho
most iioaiiniui climate on earin. ureal
Salt Lako with the new and beautiful
Saltalr lleach Resort of Moorish do-
sign has no equal in America. Write
to V. A. Wacllclgn salt iaKo uity lor
lluckleu's Arnica Suite.
The best saUo In the world for cuts
bruises sores salt rheum fever sores
chapped hands tetter nlcers chil
blains corns and an sum crup
tloua and positively cures plies or no
pay required. It la guaranted to give
fiorfo t satisfaction or monoy refunded
lice 23 cents per box. tor sale by
Sealoniau Drug Co.
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ts?3i&m&zj k" s:wm
lr e Wm
(Mlro over Hap IHvo New SIoit Ok. Aic (Jullirio 0. T.
I'laclliw Liiitltoil to Diseases and Surgery of tho
EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SPECTACLES AND EVE (.'LASSES
Scientifically wlJiMled to suit the must com plicated cases of defective sl(rht
Nothing adds more to ihe
comfort ami appearance of
a gentleman than a suit of
well-lltling clothes. He
always IooIih well Is uver
at easuaint fuels as though
Hfo itself is worth living
lleo. II Willi tlm enter-
prising and oxduslvu taIN
or of this oity.ugaiii greats
his patrons and tho public
in general with tho tluesl
line of Kail und Wlntui'
l'iecu t Jooils over brought
to this city. Uo ul ways
guarantees a peillct ill
and in. it is a personal In-
spection of liis goods.
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. auri Division
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Good
In Stock all the Time
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone No. 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
ft H. PERRY Prop'r.
M Bmidt Cc Twutxist.
Wwm tt wl4b Curiccn BoAr vcotl. appU.
cMloiw of CimcCK (olntmat) anil idIM dix
cl CirriicaA KuutvukT tU nt w tluoU (lUiUUr)
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ft M II III
1IDV A KK.MINliTON
ltecanso jiihtitlable rop-
utatlon for high grade
work Is not obtainable
In a fovv brief montliH-
The Itemiugtons have
been makers (of world
renowned goods since
Henatr shopa don't
llourlt.li on their mis-
takes Neither do peo-
ple wlio keep wheels
mado to sell only; they
don't have them. It
tako something more
than paint nlekoi and
a ready How of talk to
make agoou tvhoel. Tho
Iteming! on Is a grod
wheel mado by .good
people and used by
good riders all over tho
world. Cataloguo free.
Oltiitk Aims Ci.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, August 9, 1895, newspaper, August 9, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73403/m1/4/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.