The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 63, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 20, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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TiJE LEAJJR GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
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BRILLIANT NUPTIALS OP MISS
EFFIE PAINTfin AND MR
1MPRESSIYE HIGH NOON CEREMONY
Ono of tlio t'mltiil U1ty' llmirlli' 1'Iiim-
tsn. .liiliwd in llii' ll.-ly UnniM if Stnl-
rlinony lo Sir lu I'BrrliiRT
Wltillrlil. IJ Hi' 1'V. Chirk
llrmli'ii A ClmrniliiR Unt I
In tht iclnl Wtirlil
One of the moat brilliant marriages
that linn taken place in the capital
city for runny months was consum-
mated jestorday at high noon at tlio
Christian ohuroli. corner of Clovolnnd
and Vine whou Mr William Aubor
Karringer. otWlnfiold Kas. led to the
nltarMisfi Hfflc Mao 1'alnter daughter
of Mr and Mrs. V. W. l'alntor. Tim
eeremony was performed by Iter.
Clark llnuleu. pastor of tlio ohuroli
and was inspiring and Impressive.
liflpfii tuinut.es before therlali notos
of MendelMohn'a march pealed forth
overv stftt in the commodious odlflce
lV0v filled with Invited relatives and
frieinU ..f tlio eoiitracttng couple. It
uas a fi-ntal occasion and all wore
tuition-- to do honor to a happy con-
summation of lovo'a young droam.
The rhureli was clothed in a wealth of
plants and lnxurlnnt llowers; rare
exotics uiRt fragrance In t ho nlr liko
oriental met use The auditorium wns
darkened and shaded lamps cast soft
refulgent rays over the fashionable
assemblage. Over tlf altar hung it
canopy of overgre.sns and sweet-sinoH-
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Ironitnis u wedding lx-ll with aback i
ground formed of a
lloral howoslioo. i
rich in artistis nmkoup was s-ispond-ed
Immodlately uudor the canopy
swung two cordon gatus richly ear-
poted with llowory concolts from the
hot house while gontly sloping away
from these and forming a semi-cirelo
around the altar were ratlings of roses
rich and lovely.
Tho effect was at unco charmlinritnd
enchanting and a mark to the skill of
Florist Furrow assisted by Oscar Kp
stein. At tho back of the canopy and
deftly suspended midway botweoi.
tho ceiling and lloor was a brilliant
monogram forming tho lottors "P.
F.. skillfully worked In pinks and
At the moment when tho minute
keeper of standard tlmu totally
colipsed life hoar hand tho soul-
ttlrring melody of Moudolssohn's al-
ways popular wedding march played
by Miss Kate Collar accompanied by
Sonor Pedro Ilomero on the ulurlon-
ette bounded through thu fragrant-
laden auditorium und the bridal parly
eutered through the main voallbule.
Ut.li en Frank Lnujw and Forest Tarl-
ton came first advanced up tho left
ul le nnd took places at the left of the
altar: they were followed by
U-dier- J. 1 lluin.-r and Will
Felts who udvaiit-eil to the
rk'bt of the alt.ir The young
men were attired in tlw regulation
blnck and looked vt-ry haudsoino.
Following them canie the little flower
girl Miss Mabel Nix. a dainty swen
faced eherub and ! little page Carl
KalTerty who iictod with all the gal-
lantry of a knight. They carried bas-
kets heaping with oruni;o bloMoutb
nnd orchids. Tlion cnin.e tho bride
loaning on tho arm of her father Mr.
W W Painter. Never did young
bride look lovelier.
As fiho moved with measured tread
to that havon which ovury girl hopes
some day to attain tho young Indy
wns the porsonlllcatlon of purity and
beauty. Tho bride Is u blonde of pre-
possessing nppdurauco. She has al-
ways boon recognised' as ono of the
in st beautiful girls in the city and
her serene composure and loveliness
winch gave lustre to her marvellously
handsome gown oapltvated the
hearts of nil. Behind the bride
an 1 her father came her attendants.
Misses Jessie Blder of Wlnilold and
Lillian Laux two charming and nt-
tradive young ladies. They carried
rich bouquets of rose and carnations.
I nder the pretty canopy tho bride
was met by tho groom who was at-
tended by Mr. Uuorgo Gary of Win-
Held und Mr. Harry Painter brother
of the bride. The ring ceremony wm
performed. It lasted five minutes and
was beautiful and intensely impres-
sive the vows being uttered In
tones dear nnd bell-like. The
scene ws notable for Its simplicity
ami smoothness. The divine blowing
being Invoked on the two blissful
buuI and cold nt our fullowtngiUndardprlcet.
07K J NV ' tor MF-V. 28 In. Wlrlt 3 l
V I U 1 Nu. 4 f vr LAUIES 20 In. Wl.eolt 21 tUt.
5Rn f1?" 9 for votrrns. m in. Whcel.3iu lb.
yuu u. a lurutsDco xain. unccn a iu.
J fl f No. 3. for IIOVS 31 In. VTio.lt 3t lb.
tU I No. (5 for UIKLS at lu. Wlitelt Ibi.
Kor experienced rider dtalrlng a relUMo HkM
w- Ulit IScTCle we trcommend our CKUSCIiNT
SCOKCIII1K iilbt. Win. WlieeU. I'klCIJ Joo.
lUutlraliJ dlahgm Frtten AfflkatU.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS ?m.RK'
F B. LILLIE & GO.
On'! B&otc and News Depot
souls the bridal ptirly retired down
tlio tight aisle lo the lissome tone of
Lohrgrin's triumphal march
The costume of the bride watt rii-h
nnd otaborate In fact a perfect poem
In rream satin out high in the ne-U
and trim mod In while pearl pa"sainen-
larle with filmy white tulle veil
Climes nnd slipperi-'uiatched the gowr.
The bride carried In her hand an ox
qulslte bouquet of Marcchulncll roses
The bridesmaids were handsomely
attired In white organdie demisse
with gloves and slippers to match
At 1:S0 o'clock an elaborate course
breakfast wns served at the Painter
homo on Cleveland nvenue. The tablo
decorations wore coronations.
Tho guets were: Hcv. and Mr.
Clark ltradon Mr. and Mrs. Kd
Cole Mr. and Mrs. 1' II. Ureer.
Mrs. H D Nix Mrs. KafTerty. Mrs.
Shupland (Irandma l'alnter Mrs.
Oiorgo Unrdner Miss .fusulo Klder
Mlsa Lillian Latix Miss Lilly Hunter
Miss Lena Hunter Oeo tlary V. M.
Tarlton Frank Laux Cttas. Lnux.
Tcmo Hunter V. S. 1'olu John (lolo-
ble. During tho afternoon tho btidal
party was photographed tit Itlch's
Mr. and Airs. Karrlngor loft on the
Santa lo last uvonlng for Itoston nnd
other polnis east for' a pluamii-o trip
While absent they will visit Mr. Far-
ringer's paronts at Toronto Canada.
Mr. Karrlngor Is engaged In the drug
business at Winfleld and is an Intelli-
gent ambitious and worthy young
man. I he bride has boon one of the
belles of (luthrlo socloty for
years. She is bright petite
talontod nnd well known for her many
social graces and kindly tralu of both
heart and hand. She possesses all the
attributes of a model wife and Mr.
Karrlngor Is lo bo congratulated in
securing such a capital prl. A large
crowd of friends attendud the dopar-
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Tho happy couple were the roclpi
entR of many handsome and costly
woddiug presents. Among tliom wore:
From Mr. and Mrs W. W. l'alntor--ono
upright gland piano.
One solid silver tea iorvico .Mr. and
Mrs. Cole Wlnflold.
Onosllvor card case Harry l'aln-
ter. One berry dish W. S. KelU J. 1.
Hunter and V. M. Tnrluton.
One individual silver anil cut-glims
castor lames Kranels and Charles
One "Trilby" heart Mr. tinil Mrs.
T. M. Deal.
One berry spoon K. Holmes. Toledo.
On- uiad .spoonUeorge dray and
W. V. Doaue Wlt.llold.
One hand-painted sugar basket
One uroam ladle Miss Lillian Hun
One hand-painted vase with eut-
roses Mr and Mrs. Slnpluton.
One berry spoon Mr. and Mrs. K
Ono hand painted truck trny Mrs.
B I). Nix.
Ono oyster spoou Mr. and Mrs II.
due Iloitltou hnnJkarchief M!b
One Copenhagen porcelain vase-
Mrs. A. II Donne and Mm. Harry
One creamer and Mtg.irer MUt.
.liickuon Newton Kan.
Two pairs cut-gltifts siilt-dlslios Mr.
jiid Mrs. Arthur Hangs Vfinfluld.
Halt dozen after dinner coll'ee
- oons Hisses Jones.
One hMiiilnomo fruit dish Mr. uud
'r. lleorge (lardnur. and Ueorge Jr.
One half doxen olive forks Mrs.
One bilver sorvl -e MeitM- J. A.
Under. S. II. liarr K ti. Allon. V. M.
Molding Claronee Hoynolds .1. 1"
llln klodifo A 1'. Gregory Charles
Todd Mia Lulu II. Lonls Cuuey
Ono parlor lamp F. II. Ltlllo t Co
One rocking chair Logan uuunty
Ono Houicou center plouo Miss Jos-
slu KUk-r Wiulluld Ks.
Ono cream spoon John (loloble.
One nard cao with package of cards
Mrs. T. IC. Tingle.
Two cut glasfj salts and peppers
One cut gluts bou bon dish and ono-
haltdoxon dollies Mr and Mrs. Old-
ham ac.d daughter.
One set oue-hnlf doien silver nut
craekera MIm Muller Mulvaue Kan-
sas One pearl handle carving set Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Miller lllaukwell U. T.
One wiliii hand palmed water color
ooolt Sir. Uaterty .Miss Lilly lnus
Ono China fruit dlah Mr and Mrs
M. A. Clark.
One pair out glass salts Mr. and
Mrs. Klekfooo Wlulleld. Ivne.
One doxen sllvor ipoons Mr. and
Mi. Karrlngor Toronto Cnnudii.
flu I'rrmiiilinl of llui l'toil8 W'liu
U Diuilly Work Toiniirriiir.
Following art) the prUes allured to
winners at the Imudiuen's tournament
to be held at the fair grounds tomor-
One mile bleyele race. PiUe hi lie
tile. Iy II. L. Ctihen.
IfHtlfuo bliyulu race it mile. Prize
ludiub' blovelu bust supporter by Unm-
Itoy's oue-fjuurter mile bicycle rnoa
Prist. Lisle hoh by th (Hobo Cloth-
Ladies' bicycle nice mile bloom
er costume. Prise pair of silk nieklo
plated garters for prettiest unstuniu.
The iuot graoeful lady eyolUt will
receive ouc-hulf tloMli einbrouleroil
handkerchiefs from the Star !Unr
Fat inau's ruee Col btlles. A II
Huston Oiour Hamilton Col IVnv.
lohii Matthews. First prise. U.ulvof
tiaret wine by Adlurjfcveoml 1fii
tlgarr. Uitlerbukcli: thin!. ltiU uf
leer Hick; fourth. oiu (Hiiiiid tut nip
M-cti. visru; nun. u.i '.. iM.un.l wauir-
iinii-itnio i.iiyet- ra
of fcuinoilderK llee line
Tug of war between c unily vim I lily
Olllclals. Liters M-t up v viiiu-r
One mile rue. li.M ium
between Joe Orrundu t a(r ilu
fastest hordes in tin turritaij
Hull fame: junty nine- Cut.-hur.
Col. Stiles; Pitcher. Cuuniv Atuiruey
Huston: & T.. F. Ilinshari; st bane.
Sherill' Paluterj 21 b.to. W. U. Staple-
ton; 3d base Judge Lawrence; L. Oehl
S. P. Athertou; C. Held. N J. C John-
son. Hi field N. II Sturglb! Scorer.
MissS llosworlh City olao Catcher
Highest of all in Lcavcuing Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Rcptw
Muyor Martin: Pitcher Mnrsnall
llastf'r; H. H. Judge Mctrd: 1st base
A. A. llnmphrey: id base 11. I). Todd:
M baw O. P. cooper; L. Held. J. II.
.Kalrfletd; C fleld. .1 W. Mathews; It.
field A. O. Farquharson: Scorer II.
Field surgeons: Dr. Klmberly 1).
Strotcherbearers: G. W. Hopkins
A 0. Menham J. W Copers
Ambulance drlvor Fire Chief Tay-
lor. Judges U. 8. Marshal Nix Col.
Oorbett F. W Howllt M. L. Turner
J. W. MoNeal.
Unnilros K. Chatlleld-Chatfield Lur-
well .Secretary Lowe Itev McPhcet-
era. Judge McCarvor I). I). L I) j Gon-
The military band will bo out in full
Kxcralsos will begin at 3:30 sharp at
the fair grounds funeral at Sp.ni
conducted by Rev. Argyle.
Admission 10 cent for the benefit
of the band.
N'atlounl Trli'Krupli I.tno of Nlrunigun
llim llren Cuiiiileted.
Nkw Yoiik. Aug. 10. Mall ndvlces
froni'.Mnungua Nlcnrngua dated July
?n -iys: The National telegraph line
has been completed through the
sparoly populated dlsttlctof the east-
ern part of tho department of Chon-
talis to the town of Kama at the head
of steamship navigation on tho Illuc-
fields river. From llama to lllucflelds
by the steamer (the only route) re-
quires eight hours and from Iiiimapor
steamship to New Orleans Is four nnd
a half to flvo dnys. The government
of Nicaragua has not yet opened this
line to the public but will most likely
3o so in a few days.
Mr. J. . Perez civil engineer form-
prly assistant engineer in tho survoy
under Knglncer Meuocal of a route for
i ianal across Nicaragua has just re-
turned to Managua en route to his cof-
fee ostnto In Mutagalpu from ace im-
panying over the canal route the en-
gineers Colonel William Ludlow
Mnjor M. L. L'ndleott Mr. M. K. Niblc
appointed by tho government of the
United States to examine that inute.
While Mr Perez declares that ho docs
not know what will be tho rcpoi t of
tho United Stntes board of cominls-
lonurs in roferenco to the pro used
can til its harbors cost etc. he hopes
it will bo very favorable nnd full sub-
lain all te surveys and estim itcs
made nnd reported by the Canal com-
A government employe has resigned
his job. Ho is J. W. llonnctt a fo -mor
SU Iou1r novvspnper man
Charges of violating army reyula-
tlons have been made against M.ijjr
H. II. Crowdor of tho department of
Seoretary of State llinrlchson of 111-
ijids says that William It. Morrison s
not badly thought of by tho sllv r
Uomocrnts as a presidential candidal.'.
A building at Denver Col. collapse 1.
seriously wounding three persons.
Fmmc Mentor of Paul's Valley In 1.
Tor. wns killed by his son-In-lnw It i-
Win. Lewis hns sued William F i re-
nt Illoomlngton 111. for tho prlte of
twelve slaves sold in 1808.
A moonshine whisky spring is .. d to
have been found nenr Ilandan.i. Ky.
whore tho red fluid Hows like w iter
Arkansas authorities are tring to
inako tho Pullman Palace Cur company
and Pacific Express company pay taxes
In that state.
A bomb was oxplodcd before the
French consulato at Acona Itnly
doing much damage.
Tlio lllg Four's annual report about
to be niado public shows that system
to have made a gross Increase of S.11M)-
UTS for the year ending June 30
Miss Ida Aimes is la jail at laithrla
for belling liquor to Indians.
L. Philllpi killed V. J. llreehtel at
Cuunoll IHulTs In a quarrel o.cr do-
At To-ro Haute Futhet Wllso of St.
Joseph's Catholic church denounced
tho bloomer blcyclo costume.
Tho Pock and Atcr family reunion
at Corro Gordo 111. vas attended bv
oantn Fo railroad trnlns through
the Indian territory nre being guarded
by United Stntes deputy ma dials be-
cause of fears of train robbe h.
Tho Now York Association for Im-
proving tho Condition of the Poor has
reeolvcd a subscription of 81.000 from
Claus Sprockets the sugai king has
let contracts for the consti ictlon in
San Francisco of tho tallest building
west of Chicago. It will he fifteen
stories high. The estlmatid cost is
The extension of tho cluss' fled civil
service to practically tho en lire force
of the agricultural departim nt is for-
mally announced in a clrcu! .r issued
by Secretary Morton.
Don KstanUlao S. Zeballn . minister
of the Argentic Hepu' I o to tho
Unite I States has reslg i 1. Dr. Gar-
ols Merou envoy ext- urdluary und
minister plenlpotentia to Urazll.will
bo transferred to Wnskiugton In the
place of Xohallos.
It U sUtisl that the brewers' agree-
mnt to ailvnneo price to retailers in
t hh-uH'i ihw lucks onl four signatures
of .uiir(lu nil Uio I 0r producers In
( hicu7i Tlw first fit ts of the ngroe-iiii-nt
w ii bo ti driitio itof business at
lea t .' ih ii of tlio pres t 7000 lleeused
sal. n ln.iur in the tv.
Novoe Yrttinyn pttbli
Coraan raform iriinUl .
tilf. 10. Tho
es a dispatch
lng that tho
itnlon with the
owiug to a conflict of
An enraged wlf
here seeking a dh
the iilier night a
rough house for !
a hose husband is
v'o arrived in town
1 made a decidedly
for sale at 71 ti Hast
lilUHTM AND SHADOWS.
Ilrlnrillnncra I'nlnleil lit Happeuluc. In
n ml About Die CltT.
Tom Tingle is contemplating a trip
to Salt Lsko
IJMrs. McCrackcn has returned from
Dr. Furlong came up from Oklahoma
H. L. Miller and fatally ;havo ro-
turneu from Colorado.
UK. W. Kamsay has returned from an
eastern purchasing tour.
Assistant District Attorney HotTinan
went to Nowklrk yesterday.
J. C. Dana of the Ktish will shortly
leave for tho cast to buy new goods.
Good substantial household goods
for sale. Apply at 718 E. Cleveland
Tho baby of John Linn of King-
fisher was buried in this city yester-
daj'. Mrs. Col. Jones Is homo from tho
mountains after a five months' ab-
sence from the city.
Assistant Dlstrlet U. S. Attorney
McMcchau was up from OKlahoma
Attorney-General Galbralth and
family returned yesterday from a
pleasant outing at Michigan summer
Household goods almost new; line
beds chairs etc to sell at cost at 718
Hast Cleveland. 3t
Grandma Taylor mother of George
and John Taylor left List evonlng for
San Francisco to reside. Grandma
lenvcs many friends here and will be
VI r. and Mrs. Kd Cole catnc down
from Winfleld yesterday to attend the
Farringer-Pulntor nuptials. Mrs. Cole
Is a sister of the groom and she will
accompany the happy pair to Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Koblnsou are
breaking uphousekeet lug preparatory
to leaving tho city. They are desirous
of selling their household goods and
offer some bargains at 718 Fast Cleve-
land ave. 8 20 st
Joe Deal manager of the Thompson
& lSllneoe Lumber Co returned yes-
terday from the north.
lloushold goods for sale at low prices
at 7fi Hast Cleveland. 3t
Mr. Shartcll of Nevada Mo. Is in
the city the guest of John Shartel
the well-known attorney.
Agents make big money felling
Crystal Washing Alachlnos. Special
Inducements. Inclusive territory.
Crystal Washing Machine Co Colum-
bus Ohio. 1
Thu Ladies Industrial Society of the
llaptlst church will meet at 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Young 802 Kast Waruor. Friends
Ml j ril or Htolrn.
One light bay horse; weight 1000
lbs ; white spot on forehead From
five miles west of Guthrie. 8' reward
will be paid on return of the horse to
Reeves llros. Guthrie 0. T. lwd&w
Pawnee Times-Dooiocrat: Pawnee
county is less than two years old and
has by far tho finest court house fu the
territory an 83000 structure. Fur-
thermore It's the only stone court In
Oklahoma And our handsome brick
school building Is something not to be
sneered at too.
At 718 Fast Clot eland avenue house-
hold goods for sale 3t
Knfurce th ljwr.
Editor Leader. If the mayor and
police forco were as zealous In enforc-
ing the law ns the sages of the council
nre In enacting them we would have a
model city. West Guthrie Is but little
better than a jnngle of giant weeds
while bagnios flourish and ply their
disgusting trade unmolested lu the
broad glare of the arc lights. It Is
notorious that this part of town has
tilled up with negro prostitutes in the
last four weeks. This can only be
accounted for except that there m a
general laxity of law and police regu-
lation on this side. We also waut to
register a kick against bicycle riding
on the sidewalks. This ordinance is
violated scores of times every day on
West Noble. We want a policeman
who will enforce the law without fear
or favor. II. (X M.
Guthrie Aug. 11
Huekleu's Ariilm 8hIh.
The best salvo In the world for cuts
bruises sores salt rheum fever sores
chapped hands tetter ulcers chil-
blains corns and all skin erup-
tions and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is guuranted to give
perfe t satisfaction or money refunded
l'tlce 25 cents per box. tor sale by
Scatonlun Drug Co.
Justice dockets latest style neatly
bound for sale at Tub Lxxinca otllce.
flip ' ll '
And Kodak Sliolmit riliii; Incident In
Woodward News: Ilon.T. L (illrynn
received n letter from Gov Kenfrow
tills week informing him that he hnd
been appointed as one of the delegate
to tho Western States ooii'erone lo j
he held at Topeka Kns.o.'t. l. lson
to take stops towards the organization
of an Inter-Amerieaii exposition at
Galveston Texas in honor of the com-
pletion of tho jetties and the securing
of deep water at that point.
Chandler Publicist: Jamosand Win.
Olivet were urrestcd at Arlington
Tuesday evening by J. 15. Graxitt and
W. L. Lane members of tho A. II. T.
A. for having stolen horses in their
possession. They were masked when
arrested and pleaded guilty to horse
stealing when taken before the 'us-
tlco. They were brought to town by
Geo K. Davis (1 W Wnldren nnd J
E Gravltt and turned over to the
sheriff. They evidontly started out to
become full-fledged bad men.
Printers Auxiliary: Hon. Ralph
lleaitmont atone time editor of the
Oklahoma State nt Oklahoma City Is
making the old political parties hard
to catch in Texas Mr. llenttmnnt is a
third party advocate and a talkor of
great forco. Ralph says eggs Is so
much cheaper in the Lone Star than
llowors that It's nothing to receive
th'eoorfonr undrosscd chicks nt a
meeting. It seems that he Is appre-
ciated. Woodward News: Wo are In receipt
of an invitation to attend tho Okla-
homa State fair which will hold its
second annual meeting nt Guthrie O.
T. October 8 to 12 Inclusive. There
will be special county exhibits In the
agricultural department and the rust-
ling wide awake enterprising farm-
ers of Woodward counly should open
tip n correspondence at once with the
secretary A A Humphrey. Every-
body should nttend as the rxhiblisnnd
rnclng will be llrst-elasi. The terri-
torial military band will furnish
musle and tho terrilorli!l intlllin will
fight n number of sham battles during
Nothing adds more to tlio
comfort and appearance of
n gentleman thanjn suit of
well-fitting clothes. lie
always looks well is ever
at ease.and feels as though
life itself is worth living.
Geo. II. Willis the enter-
prising and o elusive tall
or of this city.nguln irroots
his patrons uud tho public
in general with the finest
Kali und Wittier IMccc (IihmU
that were over brought
to this city. Ho always
guarantees a p'.rfeol lit
and In i Itcs n personal In-
spection of his good".
Cor. Oklahoma avenue and First st
Residence: Corner Noble Ave and
W. E FURROW 0. D. S.
Victor llloek 1st an. 1 Harrison.
H. L. COHEN
The Reliable Merchant Tailor
Makes Clothes to Measure !
Don't fall to call and ape the largest.
in the torrltory. No samples to pick
from. All our goods are made in
Guthrie. Skilled tailors in onr em-
poy' H. L COHEN
Itccause jnsttllablo rep-
utation for high grade
work is not obtainable
In a few brief moot Its.
Tlie UeiniiiKtons have
been inaWors Jof world
renowned goods since
Ilenalr shops don't
llourUh nu their mis-
takes Neither do peo-
ple who keep wheels
made to bell only; they
don't have them. It
takes Bomcthln more
than paint. nleko and
a ready flow of talk to
make a pooo wheel. The
Remington is a good
wheel made by good
people and used ly
g-ood riders all over the
world. Catalogue free.
Olmith Arms Co
I; Uto filnro lo go niton you uimt niiylliiiiR in lils Hup. Once
Irictl .you will le convinced of (lie nniirnnriiitwirHN
Kiill lino or IMmiks Dnmsisls SuiiiInYs l'iiinls Oils Stationery
KnorKcs Hummocks (ToipiH pe.
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
Opl Ills prices before you buy.
204 Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and First St.
Jluy your (MoIIiIiik uud
Anil'ffet a ticket with
To be t;i veil iiwny Sept. 1 ISHii.
2D. STREET OPP. GOVT. ACRE.
DR. IGNATZ M
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I'racticp Li in i led to Diwi- os ami Surgery of the
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SI'KCTACl.tiS An KVK (JLASSKS
Siipntlfleally adjusted to suit the most pom pi Seated cases of defective sight
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
Ono Block From Hotol Royal.
Caters Lo the Best Trade Only. Best Good
In Stock all the Time
Fine Billiard Pnrlor. Telephone No. 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
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EAST HARRISON AVENUE
H. H. PERRY Prop'r.
KimiisliiiiK Hoods nt tlie
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 7, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.