The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 63, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 20, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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OIFIUIAI IIHIIAN OP OKLAHOMA IIKMOUltACY.
OKFICJK OK 1'Ulll.lOATION IIAKUIHON AVItNUB.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY MORNING AUCtJJST 20 1895.
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OKLAHOMA NEWSPAIMJH MEN
GIYRK THE KEYS TO THE CITY
Anil Weli'dinPil tn it Klnli.li Mil) li Hullil
lliislnras Incnftiirti'il l lln Aiiel.-
linn mill Holnn llilnrrillnc I'lipiTii
lleilAirtiiit PrriMimii I linn-
ileuineil uml t.jlni; l'rrss
Corri-iioiiilriitK ! iinun.
cut -A ltnnciict.
Special to Tho Louder.
Kt ItKNo Aug. 1 '. Tho souii annii.il
meeting of tlie Oklahoma Pros Asso
elation which closed here yesterday
was the most enjnynble and Impoitnnt
ever held. About 30 editors worn In
attendance nnd they wire regnlly on-
lllll Ilolton of Woodward.
tertHlned by citizens of tbo west side
metropolis. Among tlm pleasures wore
a rldo U tho fort whore Cil. Woodson
and Capt. I 'parson royally eared for
the boys and a sumptuous banquet at
the Capital lintel.
Over 400 citizens- attended the first
days' meeting' and beoiuno deeply In-
terested In the exercises. The prngenni
was opened by n piano duct excel-
lently rendered by .Misses Henry and
WattRon. followed by pr.iyer by Itov.
Noble. Mrs. Horror then entertained
the audience with a vocal solo. The
address of wclcomo was delivered by
Hon. It. H. Forrest In behalf of Mayor
Malm. It was nn eloquent stirring
speech and was vastly appreciated by
the newspaper men Col. Forrest !k
one of the ablest lawyers In the West
8 de and a prince of good follows. He
was responded to in a splendid speech
by President llenslcy who Is as lluenl
on lb rostrum us he is skillful and
versatile with thu pen.
The first paper was read by Molt I
lilxliir of the Norman Slate l)c uncrut
Mort dwelled on "Kdllorlal Assoehi-
tlons" and lie was perfectly at home in
dealing with the subject slmto ho has
attended so many prosH conventions
Jlr. lllxler is an able newspaperman
nnd always handles his papers lu n
vigorous trenchant stylo.
Following Mr. Wxler Mr. V. II.
Oreer of tho (liithrlo Cnpltal deliv-
ered a pertinent and pointed address
on "Cash in Advunco." He very prop-
erly toolc the sunny hide of the nib
ject and deplored tho fact that news
paper inon are the worse "worked '
people lu tlio universe Tho address
was powerful and the speaker was
given liberal applause.
Messrs. Watson (limn Pearl and
(lerrer favored the audienco with a
uoug and Mr. C. O. Watson pleasingly
euiig an exquisite ballad.
Mr. J. L. isenberg the good-natured
editor of the Kuid Wave discoursed
on "Personal Journalism" and made
a sco.-e of sound truthful lilts Key
is a sure winner and lu dwelling on
the above subject lie gave birth to u
number of truths which many peoplo
denial Secretary Lon Wh irton satut
the desc nnd the nudionao read in his
mind an address on Patriotism vs
"Should n Newspaper Toot its Own
Horn" was the siihjbel of a It nor k-
rtown address delivered by Mr. .1. I'.
Palmer of the Meilford Patriot. M.
Palmer toolc the nlllrinative and in an
able und convincing manner explained
why newspapers sho-ild. puff them-
selves a little while they tire ladllii g
out taffy to Tom DInl: and llarrj
Mr Palmer Is a genial gentleman is
well posted and loves to quibble. Jin
prinlH his own potrait and is glad
of It llui J. K has the bulge on many
jot the boys he is a handsome man
with a pleasing Binlle and naturally
ill photo takes well There are n
tiles an Palmer.
A very interesting and able prper
"Foreign Advertising" wan that reail
by V. ii llollon of the Wood vanl
JiVws and the Live NtoeU Inspector
Hilly Is a fut juley liy with a li .'
.head and a pleasant smile. '1 he pi.ei
is as follow :
(leutlt-inen of the Convention: hi u
your executive committee assigned li
llie undersigned tlio lople of "PYirolg.i
Advertising" he felt maligned but n
tym-il to tiis fate ami immediately
consigned the entire outfit la the lam!
. ctrlgurd la bo run without ice bill or
refrigerators and wJiore i o booth -er
Ufieate U requested to prevent sooner-ism
Tlie subject of ' Foreign Adverlb-
Jng" k3 as iuauy phases i? the Uoc-
trine of everlasting punishment slid
as many views concerning it as the II
itiminnted Imagination of a fake cor-
rospnndent killing olt a gang of band-
its ordisooverv of cold in the undevel
oped resources of tho land of tho fair
Foreign advertising may be consid-
ered under two general divisions to
wits Legitimate and fnko advertising
I'nder the latter classification oomes
all that known as part cash or due
bill arceptablo for part payment ad-
vertising -a class which Is very famil-
iar tn every country publisher: a class
which is not worth ordinarily the cost
of postage used in acceptance; a class
which very properly belongs to the
waste basket instead of tho ad. hook
anil which we need not seriously con-
sider. It is simply lime anil spare
111 row n away and tho publisher who
accepts propositions whereby ho pays
full value in ensh for tlio article and
good advertising space for ttie manu-
facturer's profits slmnly writes him-
self down as an ass for Hip spectacular
consideration of llie erifi. i'here are
exeeplions of i nurse to tills rule
Riirli as dictionary publications eta
whieh may be used In the .ll!ms In-
stead of being put up for sale by the
publisher in the vniu hope of making
a prntlt on his mile of ndveillng
space. Tlio last tvnnrk applies to
such advertising offers whereby tho
publisher buys a Slot) list price bicycle
wortli $10 for 100 In cash and tin in
advertising space au.l thinks hu is
making money Alt such otters nnd
all fake propositions of every deserlp
turn should cultivate the imtupdinte
acquaintance of tho waste basket the
liniment they are received. If such
plan w.vs adopted all p.ipers would be
hi'iicllUod ami advertising fakes of
eveiy description would soon rouse to
wtisie postage in the vain endeavor to
dupe the country nublbdier In wlii-h
they are now succeeding so adintru
I.pyiliin.ite foreign advertising is
that wlueli pays cash for spire the
ltd vol user is not to In bliiuied if Ids
oil eiN are low for the unreasoning
ffiinpclition of feeble mi'ided publish-
ers who accept sui li rates have taught
him Hint he need pay no more. The
stHiulunl once lowered U hard It lie
regained The i oiiutrv publisher by
fcHson nf dote -live organirailoii nml
siiioldal prej idlco and j-uiloiisio is to
blttuip for tins stale of ntTairs
The advertiser wants the spire. He
is williiiir to lmv for it Hut if lie can
get it for less than its worth lie should
not be eon&iirel for occupying It.
Organisation thoroughly iiiitlutnin
oil. is the onlv remedy for this evil.
In tunes past it lilts bpu the prUi
l no of your speaker to try eoiieluslnnii
in pari witli ready-print concerns. To-
gether wit li others he encouraged the
establish input of an independent
I'nlon at WlehlUi some yet.rs ago. but
after a patient und persistent trial
came to the conclusion that the issu-
ing of rondy-priut was not so healthy
or proHliibfo at one mlghlsiipposo who
looks at the business on tho nuUide
and was only too gl.nl to free himself
from the arduous work. Organization
among the newspupor men which
fulled to "stick" wns the cause of the
failure. Wo believe that if it wore njt
fur the ready print houses bolter
prices for foreign advertising could be
obtained and yot our epeiience
teaches us that only a very small per
cent of llie concerns using the patent
side arc eligible to rjcignitlon by I lie
average country publisher for the
reason that it is their pnrpeso and in
tentlon to beat tho country publisher
at all hnsards. '1 Ills condition of
ulTairs has In Hie main been brought
about by us publishers and I am
frank enough to acknowledge the
corn. Wo are not the dictators we
should be when it ootaes to maiutnin-
ii a prices
We aro too onsuy norsnucieu to msio
Mi W-cIker on Sllcrr
.'.t the night session Dr Deios Wal-
ker one f Oklahoma's leading clt
(reus delivcrod nn able speech on
Free Silver in America. 11 was a
striiight out and out lo Ui 1 talk and
wns highly appreciated.
I!t liiirs of the MrulliiE
llion Cole of the Western News-
paper I'tilon la one of the most active
members of the association. Although
ho lives In Kansas he dreams of Okla-
homa anil gets up tlio best und most
spley fourth estate journals In the
west The association inndo a wise
move when It designated the Auxlllinry
its olli inl organ. Illon will nover
neglect the Oklahoma boys.
Among thu visiting Indies were Mrs
1 V. Palmer who enjoys a convention
ns well as her husband; Mrs. .1. V. Ad-
mire Kingfisher; Mrs. M. L. lllxlor
Xortnnn; Mrs. Rusk Oklahoma City;
Mrs Marion Iloek Miss ltlanche Curr
Mr F. N. llensloy
As a toasliivisser !?. it Simpson lias
Dr Deios Walker is a Icing among
Oklahoma silver men.
Messrs Chnpinan Ilenslev (Mute.
Perry and Dlven mn entertain and
scrap witli the abandon of n Melean
matador. They aro all good fellows
Uncle .lake Admire was right in the
.1. F Pal me
BATTLE OF GRAVELOTTE.
ANNIVERSARY OF THE FRANCO-
PRUSSIAN WAR CELEBRATED.
MONUMENT TO WILLIAM f.
Tlio (impprnr Patriot 1 I'nlil Trlbuto by
Ills t!riiiulMii-Otlic-r llenip llrmom-
bereililUiiutri k niul Von Mnltko
Are Almi IiiiiIimI hr the itnU-
l.iijlin; of the Corner
stone Tho' l'ngrn tit.
a ruinous rate when if our first
thick of the light ami
things w hooped up
K litor lllshop of the Yukon Weekly
relished tho fun.
M. I llartnr the quiet but enn
galc editor of the Newkirk DemmTni
Is ii punctual mem bur nnd that's the
kind tho iissoi'inlion needs.
Oil. Amos Flits of the Perry Ileum-
oral was in evidence at the meetings
but missed the banquet.
XV P. Campbell of the Hennessey
Press O'tnoirnt. is a liigli-iotliugsporL
In other words he is ail light.
Ileniiessey ami Kingfisher were well
The full and complete proceedings
of the convention Willi all the pipers
and addresses will be printed lu
Cole's Aiixiliniy and will be placed In
pomphloi form nnd (lied in the archives
of the territorial historical society.
Col. West of the Kingfisher Times'
is one of the best dresiwd and hand
soiiiu t men in the association
Col Oreer was strictly In the cuine
a' the banquet table. Isenborg llol-
lon and Palmer all pray iu the same
Kd P Ingle will mnko a go d ofiic-
mi. Col. Motllt. of I-;. Kei.o. is a hail fel
low well iiiel He was at home with
IikIko .1 F. Pitor Is a sure fiiuucl of
the newspaper boys. He is always
congenial and obliging and never for-
gets to do the right thing at the tight
The banquet wns unquestionably u
feast of reason and How of soul.
Ml Reno is a dry town on Sunday
Thai's not llie reason the convention
closed on Saturduy however.
Tiik f.KADKlt will endeavor to print
all thu papers and addresses delivered
nt tho convention.
Hon. Sidney Clarke's eloquent ad-
dress was masterly and convincing.
His remarks on statehood were es-
pecially good Mr. Clnrko likes the
company of qulll-shovers.
F. P Cook of tho Cloud Chief
Herald is a new and vulmiblu uieiu
thought could but oxercise itself but-
ter result and prices would surely
follow. Thnro is a el ass of foreign
advertising that is truly neeeptiible
but as 1 said beforu thu majority of
tlie propositions aro hardly lit U oc-
cupy comfortable lodging in the
waste basnet. a way down in tne
hard working print shop where the
jeal labor Is performed where the
soul of tlie nou n try paper exists and
Its vitality Is kept fresh among Its
patrons there often arises a curiam
query ns to why this stale of uiTatrfc
exists and U Is fur yon my co work-
ers to answer. The columns of our
papers are our sloek in trade and un
less we oxercise our vested rights ami
the rights that should be clear and
itlliinatlve with reference to quota-
tions fur space just so lung will our
papers bo prostituted and our identity
lost as business men. One of llie
ertis to couiuiid with in foreign adver-
tising is tlio agency through which it
comes. J hese agendo can be classed
as iiiiildlo men ami while it may be
the in ten lion of the advertiser in fnel
to deal justly he is forced to pay bis
agent the iirottt that rightfully belongs
and in Uncled for the publisher If it
were possible for lis and I believe it
u to deal through and with tlie ad
wiviecr himself fur better remits and
pi kvs would lie mnliitnlneiL Viewing
the Mibjeet in that light and after
thorough Uoowjedge of the mutter in
hand. I a in satisfied that in order to
elevate the price nf foreign advertising
ll must bo done through the advertiser
himself and not the agency.
In this age of combination organ-
ized notion Is the only ivinner. When
the newspiper fraternity of Oklahoma
-an "ffet together" for thetr ma tori il
wplfsrp. then but not till then een a
satisfactory solution of tlie prob'enu
of foreign advertising bo found.
Continued on itagna.
An Old Telegrapher limit
Litti.k Itocii Ark. Aug. 10. II. K
Maxwell one of tho oldest tulugni
pliers in the United Stntes is dead
Ho wus oil years of age and hud been
au operator for forty-six years. He
served in tlie Confederate nrmy ns a
telegraphor and it wns he who noti-
fied Harper's Ferry by wire when John
llrowu was inarching on that pluee.
Ho afterwards wit noised Itrown's oxe-
eon t lon.
Mirny K llrowti Ueposcit
Kjxbas Citv Mo. Aug. lu.- The
bitterest factional fight in the history
of Jackson county ended Huturdsv In
the complete und overwhelming defeat
of Marey K. Jlrown. He was deposed
from the onairiuausiiip oi tne county
eominitteu and (Jeorge M. Nhelley wns
elected to 'succeed him. ilrown lias
orgauWed a oaunty eoimnltteo of his
1'ilKlllto from Mlrtimirl l'nulil.
llyiTK .Mont. Aug. IU. William K
Hay who shot und killed A. t. Crane
at Springfield Mo. about a month ago
and osaapod was captured at Ana-
conda by Officer Cole who hud known
Itay In Missobri. liny was marshal of
Springfield at the time of the snooting.
Itay claims Crane hounded him mid he
had to shoot him. Uuy will go back
without requisition panars.
Ilruiwiiiii lu the ArLiiuii.it.
WiL'iiiTA Kan. Aug. 1U. .Tunis
Mann a tneuengor boy for the West-
ern l' nlon was drowned in the Arkan-
sas river while swimming.
IlttitLfN Aug. 1H. There was splen-
did wuathor horo yesterday for tho
celebrating of tlie twenty-fifth nnnl-
ersury of tho battle of Oravelotte
whteh had so decisive nn lnllucuco
ttlion Iho rranco-Prusslnit war. The
utiulvcrsnry waa signalized licro by
tlio lnj lnf o'f tho foundation stone of
tho national monument to the lute Km-
poror William I. by his grnndson lhn-
parol William II. iu the presence of
many of Mio Ocrmau sovereigns and
At 0 o clock a fiourish of trumpets
nnununcod tlie arrival of Ihuperor
William who was received by Chan-
cellor Von Hohunloo. Tho emperor
deposited under the foundation stone
of the monument to his grandfather n
memorial document in which ho re-
ferred to the ruithushistio uprising of
the Ocrmau nations under his grand-
father riuperur William the Orcut
who had restored to tho German na-
tion its ardently dealt cd unity and
had succeeded In securing for tho
newly arisen empiie its proper weight
In tho system oi status.
Th.n nddi osshig the brilliant as-
sembly the emperor rend alotid from
the document to bo deposited lu tlio
foundation stone as follows: "The
self-snerllluing accord of tho Gorman
Prince the wiso counsel nnd energetic
support of Von lllsmarclc and tho eon-
snuimiite strategy and genius of Von
Moltke the unequalled courage and
ability of tiicuominunders of the army.
and boforo till of Crown Prince 1 red-
crlck Wlllhim. tho devoted fidelity of
Fiold Marshal Von lioou and tho disci-
pline of tho people rendered success
' Hut ulso in tho direction of works
of peace tho emperor was untiring to
Ills last brcuth iu active furtheniueo of
the welfare of the working classes.
The s ii ue of William the Great should
form a testimony of tho inoxtlngulslia-
bio gratitude of tho princess and peo-
plo of Germany."
At this point Count Von LerchiVuld
tho Ilnvtii'iuu envoy plenipotentiary
handed Kinperor William a trowel re-
questing that his majesty should lay
the foundation of a memorial which
would remind Germany of tho great
period of her history and widen tlio
entire nation desired to erect to the
founder of its iiuitv und greatness.
After the omieror hud spioad the ce-
ment on the st i lie Huron Von Unci-
llerendorg iiresldcnt of the rulchstag
gave Ills majesty u mallet nt tho sumo
time clelnrlng that the memorial would
bo a brono monument of Inextinguish-
able gratitude of tlie nation. Kinperor
William then tapped the sUmn tlirlco
witli the mullet saying: "In memory
of tlie fallen iu recognition of tho liv-
ing and for tho emulation of future
The Imperial and royal personages
present beginning with the Crown
Prince Frederick William nnd tho
Grand Duke of linden then tapped the
stone iu succession while a salute nf
101 guns was fired and thu bauds
Clayed. Superintendent Oeuernl Fil-
er delivered u short address und after
tho benediction the baud played "Nun
Danlte AHe Got." ( hnnccllor Von Ho-
henloho proposed three cheers for the
emperor which were given with tlio
greatest enthusiasm. The troops pre-
sented arms and the bauds played
'Hell Her Knlser." Tho whole cero-
mony wits most brilliant and all who
witnessed it were deeply tuiprosscd.
Dr. lliellioit fay the C'lilncic. OlllrUU Are
to Illume for elm Jlliits.
Tacoma Wash. Aug. 10. Tho
Ledger has received by mal from
Shanghai tho first copy to reach this
country of the report of Hov. Dr. .1
Kudleott 1) D. who was delegated by
the Amorlsan und Ciiiiudiau mission-
mius to investigate and report upon
the Cheng Tu riots In tho ttzechuan
Dr. ltmllcott's oonoluslons are as follows:
"The history of past riots does not
encourage us to hope for much In tho
wuy of discovering the real origin of
these but tlie conclusion Is foreed
noon us that the high olllclals nre to
blame. The olllclals had amnio power
in their hands to quell the riot at Its
very beginning for there wnsun abun-
dance of soldiers with urins and am-
munition at Cheng Tu. Had the olll-
clals been friendly some of these
forces would have been quickly 1'tll-
id to cjucll tho disturbance. Tho
vifturoy s tfireotly responsible for the
riots. He is known to beantl-foreigu."
The report states that a crisis has
been reached in uiUslon operations
that foreign nations should change
their potter nnd give the mandarins to
understand that the must treat
American HrltUh and other nations
witli respect and afford them protec-
tion; that unless this isdouothe future
outlook before tho missionaries who
labor lu the interior of China will be
PRAISED BY MORRILL.
I'lio Kniiana (lotrrnnr Ilns n Cliinil Wonl
for llvcy llcpiililli'im Lonilrr.
RociiKSTKit N. V. Aug. 10. Oover-
nor Morrill of Kansas who Is here
tsked who wns the favorite for tho
Republican Proiidentinl nomination
in Kansas replied. "WHlhiin MeKinley
ir decidedly the choice of tlie Kansas Re-
publicans. He Is a level headed and
cafe man. lie has personal ponulnrltv
iviiu the people of tho West lteud
however Is an intellectual giant lie
lias many ndmlrnrs iu Knnsns and
throughout tho West and he Is gouoi-
tlly regarded ns one of tho most bril-
liant men iu public life. Allison Is
highly respected and his nomination
would bo very acceptable to Kansas
but I do not expect to sec It I met
Aljlson u short time ago and ho told
tne frankly that ho did not Intend to
make any special push for the nomtu-
ttiou tills year as ho had in previous
years. In my opinion Harrison will
lot be a candidate."
I'll I lit l'nll of u Church's Willis.
Dktiioit Mloh. Aug. JO A thun-
Jcrstoriu nceompauled by heavy gusts
of wind which c.imo up suddenly nt
noon to-day overturned portion of
the front and rear walls of tho United
Presbyterian church which
erected at Tw elf lit streot am
River nvenue. Severn 1 men worn
hurled from ladders and son Holds and
buried in thu ruins. Frank Sonovn n
middlo-nged bricklayer was buried
under two feet of brick and inortnr
und his body was terribly mangled.
Chris Johnson foreman of tlie brick-
layers and Jesse North a bricklnyer.
tell Into tho cellar and woie both
- mm tJ
11 " iMJfei'S
Miot li) n Drunks is.' Wife
Oi.n Moxitoti Mo.. Atg n. I'nrmor
llaird living near New hope hnd been
Irtuking hard for homo time and his
wlfu Ihrsateiicd to kill tho druggist
there If he gava any more whisky to
her husband. The druggist hooded
but Sam Klstnu supplied Jtnlnl secret
ly lesterciay r.ision gave Jiiuni a
tuart of liquor when Mrs llainl an.
pcarcd. Klston started to lice and
Mr Ilnlnl shot liltii with a rovolvor
rrffer on I'opulUt Cliiiiire
Rociikhtkii N. Y. Aug. IV. Senator
I'olTerof Kansas when nslcod "Do you
think the Populists have any chance
if electing n piesldont In 1800?" re-
plied: "It all depends on the free sil-
ver Democrats nnd Republicans. If
Lhey vote the wny they talk wo will
sleet our man but if they do us they
always have done talk with us und
vote with the old partlos wo shall
imply have a natural and huallhy
zrowtli about double our vote over
fsu" and be in line for the next pi est-
lire upcpssnry lo hpop the fpol cool and cns in summer The lady i . evident-
ly jvcdl ileaeil with tier's which lire all that a perfect summer shoe eould be
They can Piislly le diiplieattd In our slock whieli consists entirely of "can't lo
beaten" good. l.ow sl.ies low pi ices but hicrh qualities dosi n he nur goods
In n few wnrcls. Those who have worn our shoes praise them must trongly
and the testimony of experience Is conclusive. Join the croud of witnesses to
llie superiority of our shoes in value stjle fit and wenr.
Eisensciimidt & Hetsch
Exclusive Shoe Dealers
IIS West Oklahoma Ave
pairing Neatly Done.
V llojle tVnuIil lime IVcin.
SiKK.VToii lib. Aug. lit The prlxe
fight between laddie Meyer of Streutor
uud Peter llo le of Chlcugo took place
yesterday morning at t o'eloek at
livuns In Marshall oounty. It was
stopped at the ond of the sixteenth
.Sirs l.fiilio ('iirrnlionileit.
SAN FllwrlNco. Aug. Hi. -The stnte-
incnt of Mrs. Caroline I.onko that she
jiw Theodore Darrnut nnd Ithiuehe
l.amont enter tho Hmanuel llaptisli
jliureli April 3 few tnliiutes before
Miss Lnmoitt iKsuunnsed to have huen
murdered has hrcikou thu Ico mill two
more persons have eome forwurd who
say tliuy saw Durmut and the girl In
the vicinity of the church at the same
lime about I oclock on tho nfleriUHin
jf that day.
Woiiiiiliil hy b Ilruve Wiiiimii.
Artiiisox Kan Aug. 10. A burglar
sutured the house of .1. K. Thomas lust
night and was about to strike his
sliild who had been awakonod when
lie was fired upon by Mrs. Thomas
whose husband was a wny. Tho burg
lar returned the (lie but Mr. Thumps
emptied her rovolvor at him. Ho es-
caped but left a trail of blood. Mrs.
Thomas was not Injured.
Hlono litlks Almiit L'lev'l"d
Njsw Yojik Aug. 1'J. Governor Will-
iam J. Stone of Missouri in an inter-
view here said: "You ask about Mr
Cleveland and a third term. I have no
idea that Mr. Cleveland will be a can-
.lldute. Ho could not bo nominated If
he were to bo nor elected If noinlu-ited."
iliutco I'oater Jlurli licit ir.
Toi'KKA Kun. Aug. 10. United
Stutes District Judge C 0. Fostor.who
lias been speiidbig the summer among
tho Thousand islands returned to To-
peka yestorday and surprised his
friends with the ruddiness of his oom-
ploxlon and the general ull aronud
improvomeiit in his health.
Wlllluiu It. KIiik Mill llnikiiii.
Mauhiiam.. Ma Aug. 19. The will
of tlie Into William It. King has been
broken. Tho widow and the last set
of children contested nnd the jury da-
elded that undue lnllnenee had been
used to have him make tho will. The
property Involved is valued at SlSo.ocW-
Inline Held lleaHiiiallile.
Tojiontci Ontario. Aug. 1. TU In-
quest on Iho body of Nellie Pldtiel
tlio younger of thu two girls believed
to have brou murdered by the noto
rious Holmes was eoiiuiuued msi
nlifht The Jury returned a verdlet of
wilful murder against Holmes.
fiihiriit I')llilitn of Iho World.
CmrAOo Aug. 1. The eighth bi-
ennial session of the supreme lodge of
colored Knights of Pythias of the
world will be hold Monday Tuesday
Wednesday and Thnrsduy.
Ully Kecurltlrs Stolen
Mii-vniBAJ. Aug 10. Grent excite-
ment wits caused by the statement Unit
8tU0(M) worth of securities have been
stolen front the safo of the city treas-
urer In the eitv hall.
Cheapest Phcc In Town.
Groceries Provisions Crockery Qucensware Tinwarepnd
HI North Second St. Gerinaiiainl English Spoken.
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GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
4'lro lu h Wilji I'uctnrjr
Si'iilNOPlKf.ii. Ohio Aug. JW. -I'lre
starting in thu engiue room of the
Patent Htoel Whip company destroyed
stock and machinery and thu three
story brick and frame building entail
ing a loss ot Sl'O.uw on stock anil ma-
f Directors In sdiilUo to Hsnk OllUif 1 1
IIOBAOR UPKKO ROlrT. MAUTlh HBSUY LN
W. J. HOR8FA L Caohlor.
M. L. TUBNtt. ITesWeut.
UKO. K. IUU.IN.I.K u toer
round bv the sherilf and the referee iT.r nn.i stii ooonn tlm imiiiiimr.
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UUptflCtMl IblftCllU.V. kMMHJi. WJ IIUII
muuli tho best of it.
l'uiiitiiu fanal (learileil
Comix Aug. IU. .Military guards
consisting of Colombian soldiers aro
being stationed along tho line of the
Jutl St ron if Unconscious.
TmKE MlS.VKWASKA N. Y. Atlg. 19.
Bx-Justice Strong lias had a stroke
of paralysis which affects the left side
ofhUbody. He has also had a relapse
of the catarrhal fever is very weak
and at present unconscious.
Right Under Your Nose
Itelinbio citizens that you
know personally insist up
Danderine the Hair Grower
See our testimonials and
references. Will ycu bo-
lleve thougli ono is raised
from the dead?
Capital fully paid : I5ou(0
Undivided profits 50t'0
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK Prop's.
First-elass livery barns at titlHwater md Orlando. T'ao best of tpnins and
improved facilities for carrying passengers between those two points I 'am
KNOWLTOH OANOEnUIc C0( TkshortosCnmlnuiqkoaroutoliv.jenOvtbrieandSUnwaterUTUOflfci
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 63, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 20, 1895, newspaper, August 20, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73412/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.