The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 65, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 22, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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Tllli PLEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
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ttT tlm LpbiIpt ITIiiIIiir tlnmpnnjr.
LESLIE O. NIBLAOK - - Bdltor
nnlj Hflns 1'himt I'tilittuhril In Onthrlr.
Olllctttl OrBM of Oklatmmit DniHwrHrT.
tflio llffl t.il lrBn of l.osnii County.
Tup llmtl l. Allien accept advortl
invrwitli On d'-ti-iit ami punitive gnar-
-.ntee thai t hii" ilonlilf UiO lift u
circulation of mi? nowjililr publMhwl In
fit Li im it Hlndcry isonr-of the best
inMUutH.ii- of tin-kind In the West and Is
.i ly tn mi iic out largo quantities of work.
s. Hi in ymir iinlnra for binding ami blank
U .ok uwl they will bo promptly attended
HtfllSOU I'TION 11ATICH.
One month doltvorod tn city M
Uoo month by mall. .44............... 50
Throe mouth .- 1 j
Si tunulha 3(7
tna yor............. P
Juo your.. 1
Ani:jT I'iikhm lias developed Into
a uhlst'Inf nightmare llu defies the
; vo.vium Clm'VaitdurblU's collage
at v wport is called "THo Rrcakors."
it com. sa.oou.ouo.
Lot.. .McRkynm.iis has shown tip
ineont to be a traitor In Ills parly
and Coxey a drunkard.
Coxkv waited until ho arrived in Ok-
lahoma before ho filled lilmsolf full of
boose and mailo n spoelnolo of hlm-
hilf. Wire tho news Ui Ohio.
Vi:nus can now bo seen in tho day-
time with tho naked eye but we hope
no unfair advantago of her will be
taken on that account.
Himktai.i.ism moans that there should
be two sorts of dollars each worth an
much as the other in a ratio to lie de-
termined by law.
r.vi.iss of glory will bo sung in honor
of tho man who will uommtt violent
massage on Tom Irwin and Jackass
Iioyd the west sldo beggars.
t.KTTiSMi oxoltcd getting drunk got-
ting divorced and getting married is a
protty poor course of training for o
championship battle in the ring.
Si.y OiiHW.ANW'.n against tho world
Tho old man lassoed a Kansas cyclone
the other day and is now tiling it to
matin faoturo filling for bicycle tires.
FitKliHitiOK Sb.tki. of Now York bus
sued Albortn Moouey for $2.r.0()(i dum-
ages for broach of promiio to marry
The new woman is rapidly securing
1 i(ual rights for the old man.
Wr. believe no dillloiilly would be
experienced in getting any amount of
stakes if a m miming match ucrntri the
Atlantic could be arranged between
IS'liw Yoiik announced the failure of
a house that dealt exclusively lj
wholesulo !n "gent's pants " It proba
bly could easily recoup its fortune ht
manufacturing "lady's bloom."
Miir. Mooing of Akron O has Just
presented hor husband with his six-
teenth offspring. A slxteon-to-one
family boats the free silver ratio hol-
low. Thuro certainly la hope for
Pjiixck Vox HissiAiifU hassuld: "Thp
agricultural elussos should stand
shoulder to tdiouldcr against the non-
firoduoing class who produce nothing
but law -tho cosiest thing produced in
Pious Lavkiity will now please pro
eeed to belch up. His gold trappings
in a Coxoy paradu will not save him
iit'ither- will the lachrymose tears of
Yicliie Vincent serve to uondoun his
Yot'N Mr. Wanamaker who spent
$jo000 for a tlhinor to twonty persons
in Purls roeaittly I too good a spender
to be wasted on the Ktiropoans. Ho
should bo aoaxotl baok acrosu tho At-
lantic. Give our gold-brick operators
l'lou-s Lavhkty now smiles on tha
other kido of hie fane Tho uomniU-
tionora navo lonn.i iiur aiiort over
95 ooa. No wontlor Pious Laverty was
so anxious to "moderato" tho 10mov.1l
of Commlstlotiors Sturgls and Ather-
ton. tvii. McKkvnoi.ds U out in a card
stating that ho burraundad two glasses
of whiskey and that General Coxoy
Urauk eight bottles of Loudon stout
Mcllcynolds vary propei ly makes no
bonus of his posltio.ibut what of
Doks General Twain icy propnt.e to
sit back calmly and take the inult
offered him by tho Coxey army lutt
Saturday. Hv is a g" d PopulUu aud
a loyal uitlnefi of Loguu iiiunLv. tlm
honor lilts Wen biiitrclii'd L-t him
indite a UOllcUe letter fchoiviiitf whi-re
ir hi v outruged.
TllK feci-ntitii" world is jut 'w In
debleil to M. Herthulon tho eiulnunt
lVeni'li ehemist fur Lite dlieovery of u
new way of determining the toii.peru-
turo of an in cloned spuce. without the
aid of a tliorniomoter. TI10 process Is
based u-'x eva-nination of tho lumin-
ous ryn which travewo the given
epacp thu churaclerof tho rye chang
mg with tho 'iO.it. and displaying the
temperature in so doing. '-Tlit rays
aro examined as they enter and also
as limy loavo tho space. Ry litis
method llio temperature of blast ami
of nleotrlo furnaces con be determined
with absolute certainty
hTANII Ul lir.V I.AVIIIITV
Rov. Laverty. ox-treaiuror of l.ogan
county nnd moderator at tho hippo-
drome rcconUy huld Viy a few ills
grutitled members of the Populist con-
tralwnimiltca lias smite explaining
todn. Ho has just been investigated
ny n commlttet' appointed by the
outtuly com minion on. to Investigate
the books of pit'die officers and this
ointnUt'H makes a startling uud sen
Tho committee finds ex-Treasurer
Laverty short SS.fcOU.
Acoortllng to tho report fl'od the
bonds of Logan county umounllng to
$'V800 wore dollvorod to Treasnrer
Laverty to be sold In September lHfM.
The report further shows that on imge
lS of Lavorty's ldiigur for 1.181 the
ox-treasuror ohargud himself up with
only Sai.JOO of them bonds. Jeavlng
unaccounted for a bnlaneeof SMn
Whether ex-Troamirer l.averty
pockciixl this t-VSOH or whether the
amount was lot In a hasty shuttle. It
unknown but unless the inching
amount 11 accounted forlu shorter W
the pious Uov. Laverty will buglvon
an opportunity to coininuno wUh the
tfrnnd jury at-lte next session.
The commissioner have roaolved to
cause Mr. Loverly to give an account
of this queer business In order that the
taxpayer may know how their nlTui ri-
This discovery of Uov. Laverly's evi-
dent shortcomings is really startling
si nee ho ii a man who tiui. heraldeil to
tho four corners of tho earth his hon-
esty probity and other vlrtuos.
What makes the mottcr look very
durk and strange. Indeed is the fact
that Laverty was onu of "tho most
aotlve participants in tho central com-
mittee mafia meeting recently held In
tho court room. Ho was vitriolic in
hit. assertions that Commissioners
Sturgls and Athcrton wore party
traitors and rascals and was
foremost in tho fight for
their summary removal He was
chosen moderator of the meeting and
instead of giving tone anil dignity and
falruoss to the meeting pranced
around llko a yearling colt ami de
clared that the ropitllst party "was
ruined if Stttrgis and Atherlon re
malui'd in it " At tho tlmo that Lav-
erty was miking thcto statements tho
uommissioiiers wore investigating pub-
In the light of thuso fault) Uev. Lav-
erty's alleged shortage causes one tn
uuoUlon Ills own mind.
The commissioners havo performed
good work in their investigations and
Tiih Lkaiiuu trusua they will conUnmt
ritiiini.tN 111:11 in Tint neitss
Llettt-Colouol II II. Freeman ac-
cor.ling to apecial itlipitohes from
IVrry to tho St Louis Ginbe-Dotnocral
and Chronicle la highly incousod over
tho action of the editors at tho K! lie-
no invention in pasalng rosolutiuns
lciioiiiioing ht despotic regime and re-
iuestinjf his removal. The apecinl to
the tlimnicle reads aa follow: '
I'WIK-i THE KUITOHS.
Kl I . Hlol (.11 1IIKY HI' HAND HIS tll'l'l-
Cjloni-I Fireman. Oaage ltidiuu Agent
is Very Angry
SiU(tlul Dlspstrh lo Clironlrlf.
Perry Okla Aug. So. Col. Freo-
mun agent of the Oaage Indians. U
greatly luconhod nvif tho resolutions
pawicd by tho Okluhuma Pross Absool-
uttiin nguiust him on account of Ins
treatment of Hdltor G K Tinker of
the Wah-hliali-she News publihhed at
Pawliiisku vliluh has recently been
hiipiiressoii mid lis pluut confiscated
by Frecmuii 011 account of criticism
Tho resolutions by tho Pross Asso-
ciation reiuoatcd I'Voeinan's linmedi-
ato removal from olllce by tho com
missloner of Indian affairs. Col. Free
man dceluree he can hold his olllee In
unite of every editor In both territo-
rio. So Ctilotiel Freoman is angry ehl
Well that not all he Is if tyranny
aaiuinity and boorihlineaa amount U)
And ho defies every editor in thu two
Well well. Col. Froetnan U a pre-
cocious muii. lts.stningo what olTuot
btrlpes aud a military title will havo
on a purf-on.
Hut his dull Is accepted
yet wo'll see!
MOltH IKIiHMA.S II.I.AI.NY.
Tho recularl cjuarlerlyl uymuut of
Oktigos began Monday at Pawliueka
uud progressed smoothly aud In the
customary way until the half breod
band was oullod when Col. Frucmau
took from among his papers a list of
namo uf ull the children taken out of
U10 government sehuol before tho end
of their school year. As each iiumo of
a head of a family was called Fruemau
eoiiMiltod his lUt and If tho name or
uaiuus of any of thu mumburo of tho
family were found on the lil their
unuuity was withheld
This rule affuuts humlroiU uf Otage
ultiaaiit ami in a numbir of eases wak
unluwful a tho ahlldren hud been in
utleudanuc at sulinol tho eight monlhk
in the yoar reoiiirod by la; uud were
lukon out in oou8o(iouoit of the miuu-
dul inudo public a short lime since
I A iiiimber uf children who were en
rolled at tho ptiblUj scliools ami liad
not attutnlud thu rcnulnsl eight
mouths were given tliolr annuity with-
out any tiotiou6 being asked.
It looks vary much as though Col.
I'reomun was trying to carry his
tliroat of trying to got oven with tho
Progressiva party into effect.
Col. Froetaun's unfair und unjust
treatment of O.sago citizens who prize
the virtue of their children more than
the scant education they could receive
at th tfovernmenl school and the
open manner In which ho defended
eeriutn rtupbtym after the!'' disgrace-
ful treatment of Ofiiigcchlldrcn.'fcholibl
prove to bo ihi eanso of his removal
from this ngemy; and )s:ign cltlr.ciiN
should tee tn It.
Si'KctAt. ll-paU;heH from Indianap-
olis bring the startling lnfoi million
that William 11 ltngltsh candidate
for vlceprosldcnt on the Hancock
ticket lit .SSO has boon bunkoed out
if S81K) by n pleasant; voting strangor
who U now miming We hope this
young man can b found. When ho Is
found however we bsllovc tho lndl-
nnn aitthnritles should give him u gol-
den crown and a certified Indorsement
as tbi only man on eartli who ever sne-
weded In getting tho hotter oi the In-
ANoniKH blubbering idiot has turned
tip with stories of destitution in Okla-
homa. Ills name Is l M. Iloyd and
he halls Ironi (Irani county. HoyJ
according to dispatches. Is now tour-
ing Texas asking alms for 'Oklahoma
drouth sufferers " The Lkaprii will
contribute 82R for the apprehension
aud convleMon of ISoyd and Tom Ir
win on tho charge of obtaining money
under falso pretenses.
MINNIE WILLIAMS ALIVE
Aniitlipr AllrRril llolmi "Vlrtlm" Ilmril
I'roni ti) 'lVlFi.ru ph.
Pltir.AllKM'IIIA Aug. 21. W. A.
Shoomakor the attorney for H. II.
Holmes accused of a score of murders
received n telegram yesterday pur-
porting to como from Minnie 11. Will-
iams 0110 of tho Holmes alleged vic-
tims. It reads as follows:
"Providence It. I. Aug. 19 180!!.
W. A. Shoeisinkor Attorney Philadel-
phia Ph.: Koport that I was murdered
absurd. Am alive and welL
"Min.nik It Wit.t.iAia"
When the message was shown to
Holmes he said excitedly "I know my
story that 1 dtd not kill tho girl would
be confirmed." Ho brushed tears from
his oyos. "I am sorry however that
she has made herself bo public by tol-
egmphing. She might as well have
Assistant District Attorney Harlow
would not .jy whether he thought
the telegram was genuine or f.ilso.
lie admitted however that ho would
not bo astonished if Minnie Williams
appeared on tho scene at any time.
At KmiMii City KniiMR Cltr S.MInnpnpolU 0.
At lnillnniill Inninnnixitla 11 (Iran.l ltnp-
At MIlwatilen-MHwaiilcoo 5. 8t. I'nul ".
At Terra Hiuito-lorro llnnto 9 Dolrtiii 4.
At Wiuliliiutnii Cliivalanil H WiuIiIiirUiii 7
At llrixikt)ii llrookljn 7 I'ltUburK .'.
At ltmtuii-I.oiilTillo4 llncloii 0.
At New York -New York:) St IjiiiiIi '
At l'lillinlelpliln- Cinclnnfitl (11'liUmlc
At llnltlmoro -lliillimorud.Clitcasotl.
At Lincoln Lincoln 11 Itorkfonl 17
At 81. Jo'ii St. JiKtuph rSiirlncflei I S.
Atllonynr Hun'i'rll Qiilncy 1U.
At Dim MolniH - ) MoliwsS l'corln 1.
Drfi'mtnr unit Yl;lluiit Itixi) llnsntlt-
fiHtory In the 1'lrnt Trhil.
Sandy Hook Aug. 31. Tho first
trial raco between Dofonder nnd V g-
ilaut ended unsatisfactorily as De-
fender withdrew after making ona
round. Vigilant continued.
As Dofendor left for nnchorag n
reporter asked what the trouble
Captain Hall answered "No troi-
Tho inference drawn by wnti 1
was that Defender had strained - .m
toiug or was afraid of doing in a
blow that scorned to imnend When
Vigilant was about u lullo an 1 it hulf
on hor second round tho committee
boat stopped hor und she did not
TAKING OUT THE BODIES.
Thirteen llnvn ltien Itvcoicretl t'roiu the
DK.vvr.it CoL Aug. 21. Thirteen
bodies huvo so fur been taken out of
tho ruins of tho (lumry hotel und it is
evident that the death rol'. when
complete will contain twentj-four or
twenty-live names possibly in -re.
Work on tho ruins was su .ponded
ami tho search lor oodles discontinued
yesterday nftornoun until tho walls
which threaten to topple cur and
bury tho workmen could Ki pulled
down. It is believed thew lira at
luiikt ten more bodies hi the 1 ulna and
sovornl days will probably 1 lapse be-
fore nil can be recovered.
Aliirilrr JljitiTy Cleared t'.
Wit'iiiTA Kan. Aug. 21 Tho mys-
tory of the murder of Trea nror HofT-
miiu of lilatno county Old ihoma six
moiitlis ago was solved ye terday by
finding tho revolver which ho hud at
tho tliio ho was murder. . I. It has
been Identified hi- tho wid w. It wus
found in the possession o' 11 German
farm hand and was given lo him by
tho noted bandit Zip Wj att a bribo
to aid htm In eluding the ufilcers bo-
foro his recent capture. There ts now
no doubt but that Wyatt participated
in tho murder and that v ill be thu
first otTunsu charged against hint in the
Klint In III flu 11 Door my
Kansas i'itv Ma Aug. :i William
Sucker wlillo standing in tho door of
his home '218 Colleg avenue at 7
o'clock last night m . shot and dan
jferoiihly wounded b. his brother-in-law
James C. Ward Tho cause of
tho shooting us n ir as could be
ascertained from the relatives of both
thu yonng men was on account of
Seeker expostulating with Wurd con-
corning his (Ward's) issipated habits.
lim M t'un'i unit Clerk.
Mt'MKHiioN Mloh. Vug. 21. County
Treasurer Sam S01I1 . berg lias diMip-
pcarod but his deputy iuslsts that ull
is light. Sunday hU fctltale clerk left
on tho Chicago boa. Tho two have
been at theaters an I other place to-
gether Mi's. Sudor .erg is alarmed
but My her hitsban" would not leave
Household good . almost new; fine
bls. chairs etc . 1 1 sell at coH at 718
Go to llur.-l Hi- Miera for cheap gro.
eorlch. 1 10 lin.
t;nro for llrmliiclm.
As a remedy for all forms of head-
nho I'.lvutrle Hitter has proved to be
ihe very best. It efTecls 11 puriunncnt
cure; and tint most dreaded case of
habltuul sick headache yields to Its in-
fluence. Wo urge all who are uflllctod
to procure a bottle and give this rem-
dy u fair trial. In eaves of habitual
constipation Klectrlc Hitters cures by
giving the needed tone to tho bowels
and a few eases long resist the use of
this medicine. Try It once. Large
bottles only fifty tents nt Seatonlan
Tho party who took my telescopo
grip from the Santa Fe passenger
train wlillo at tho depot In (luthric
lost -edtiesday night August 1th
will bo paid a reward of ?10 and no
questions asked if it is returned to the
ICoyal 11 del. Tho grip contained a
number of briefs and lfg.il papers and
law books with my name on them
which are of no value to any ono else
but me I don't care much for the
grip or the clothing in it but will pay
the above amount to the party return-
ing the briefs papers and books.
J. W. McCniui)
Grand Avenue Hotel.
Oklahoma City O. T.
For sale At Leader otlicc; one half
medium Chandler A Price Gordon
press 14x10. It is in perfect condi-
tion and is running every day at our
office. We must make room for large
A person Is prematurely old when
baldness occurs before the forty-fifth
year. Use Hull's hair renowor to keep
the ecalp healthy and prevent bald-
nesn. Pnrnlshcd front room for ront 115
Heggs' German Salvo.
Hoggs' German Salve.
Hoggs' German Salve.
The greatest plio ointment hi tho
world. It cures where all others fall.
A positive guarantee with every box
Call for sample box. Sold by your pop-
ular druggist Scaton.
Seo notice of assignees' sale of mil-
linery stock in another column.
I 'or ShIa Clu-ni.
Lots 2 3 4 ami 5 block 02. Kast
Guthrie. Property of Geo. W. Taylor
one door west of Ilroad street oil Har-
rison uvc. 0 20 tf
Sco notice of assignees' Bale of
llnery stock in another column.
Wnrrautu fur Hair.
11. L. Cohen has county warrants of
all denominations for Bale. t?
Mrs. M. Vi McDonald has purchased
the Chicago Millinery stock of the as-
signee and has moved tho same to Hip
corner of Oklahoma and First opposite
Guthrio National bank. Tho room has
been nicely refitted aud a complete
now stock of fall millinery will be put
In. Dressmaking will be carried on In
connection with the business. Mrs.
Tingle will have chargo of the milli-
nery department. 12
My boy was taken with a iMseaso
resembling bloody ilux. The first
thing I thought of was Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Two doses of it settled the matter and
cured him sound and well. I heartily
recommend this remedy th all
persons sulferlng from a llko com-
plaint. 1 will answer an' Inquiries
regarding It when stamp Is enclosed
I refer to any county official ub to my
reliability. W. M. Roach .1. P.. Prim-
roy Campbell county Tenn. For sale
by F. H. Llllle & Co.
Ilon't Tolmreo Hplt or Snwikn Your Life
is the truthful startling title of a lit-
tle book about No-To-Hae the harm-
loss guaranteed tobacco habit cure
that braces up tiicotincd nerves elimi
nates the nicotine poison makes weak
men gain strength vigor and man-
hood. You run no physical or finan-
cial risk as No-To-Hac is sold by the
Siatonlan Drug Co. undor a guarantee
to cure or money refunded. Hook free.
Address Sterling Remedy NoW York
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Kenneth Hazemore hud tho good
fortune to receive a small bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic Colera uud Diar-
rhoea Remedy when three members of
his family wcro sick with dysentery
This one small bottle cured them all
und ho hud some left which ho gave
to Geo. W. llakor n merchant of the
place Lewiston. N. C and It cured
him of the same complaint. When
troubled with dysentery diarrhoea
colic or cholera morbus give this rem-
edy a trial and you will be more than
pleased with the result. The praise
that naturally follows its introduction
and use has made it very popular. 2ft
and SO cant bottles for aalo by F. H.
Llllle A Co
of a nice head of hair just through
negligence. When your hair begins to
fall out don't neglect it but get a bot
tle of Heggs' hair renewer which will
stop Its fulling out aud if turning
gray will restore its natural color.
ror sale by bcaton.
See notices of assignees sale ol mil-
linery stock in another column. 7 2010
PAIN AND MISERY
"About 8 years
ago I sudoral!
from vliat tho doc-
tors called rheu-
Viiomsi the I'Uln
aud misery which
I hail to vuiture
ami which clung to
nit) In si'lta of the
scribed. At last
I began taking
rllia. After a short time the nalus
coaicit I eontiuued tbe uie of th Bar-
sapurllla for a whole ear. until llio
rlu-uniaiHni entirely illAamieared. "
JAUra Wav proprietor of livery stable
Ayer's Sarsaparilla I
Admitted for JCxhlbUIon
AT ntr WORLD1! FAIR
Tlirntiu-li Clmlr Cnr.
Tho Santa Fe route now has through
chair car lino to Ofnnlin Nub. via Su-
perior Leaves Guthrie at 1 p. tit.
L. It. Dur.ANKY. AgU
Mnp i f Vlrclnlii ll:.ttl"l'lcll.
The only correct map made from of
flelal papers in tho war department
with complete list of battlos. Sent on
receipt of 2r. eents In money or postage
Stamps. Address C II. ltyati assist-
ant general passenger agent C. nnd U.
railway Cincinnati Ohio. 4-fi-4v
Anyone who is suirerlng from consti-
pation or Indlirestion would do woll
to Irv Hocrrs littto clant nllls. Thcf
give porfect satisfaction. Sold by yom-
popular druggli.t Scaton.
Some gttlna pigs for sale until Aug-
ust 1st at St per par. Cnn ihlp by
express to any part of tho territory.
Address p. o. box 6S7 Oklahoma City
Wanted To rent a good piano.
Must be cheap Addrosa "Mtislo"
slating terms etc. enro Leader. tf
Although whoat Is worth SI. U per
bishult( our loaves of bread wolgh just
the same as before. Stop In and seo
how nice we havo ovorythlng C K.
1'iirin for Nxte.
1G0 acros two miles from Guthrie
all undor fenco. Oft acres cultivated
balance In pasture? two-room house
nnd stables; 100 fruit trees well two
living springs; prion $1300.
7 21 d Im .1. N. Ctiitt..
Rooms 2 and S Guthrie National
I'ounil at IJint.
A sure cure for tllarrahen nnd sum-
mer complaint. It is Hoggs' diarrhea
balsam. Druggists do not keep It
They sell It. For sale by Seatou the
Some people are constantly troubled
with pimples uud bolls especially
about tho face and uuck. The boat
remedy is a thorough course) of Ayor's
Sarsaparillti which ox puis all humors
through the proper chaunols and
so makes the skin becomosoft healthy
The Noble Avenue bakery has moved
to 11!) Oklahoma avenue aud havu
changed tho namo to "Famous Hak-
cry. " Our goods are alwavs fresh nnd
clean. a Ii Hraithwaito."
"I know tin old soldlor who had
chronic diarrhoea of long standing to
have been permanently curod by tak-
ing Chamberlain's Colic' Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy" says Mdward
Slmmplk a prominent druggist of
Minneapolis Minn. "I have sold the
remedy In this city for oxor avbu
years aud consider It superior to any
other medicine now on the market for
bowel complaints." 26 and 60 cent
bottles of this remedy for sale by F.
Don't go home without u loaf of our
lino bread; our pies contain only pure
andjfrosh material Tho Famous lluk-
ery 110 Oklahoma ovenuo.
Seo notice of assignees' halo of mil-
1 ucry stock in another column.
Don't lletiil 'I 111 4
Unless you wish to know that Heggs'
diarrhea balsam is the best meitiolnt
on earth for summer complaint. Never
falls. Cures everv time. Kiiuully good
for children. Sold ami warranted by
Tho Famous bakery 110 Oklahoma
avenue for the best bread plo and
cakes. C. F. Hrulthwaito.
Kor Sal o Two story building gen-
oral fitouk mcrrhandlae iost olllee in
store IS miles from Cilthrie. (looil lo-
cation 800 acres laud oh on p. Addres
Harg.iin caio Leader.
Heggs' itlood Purifier.
Heggs' Hlood Purifier.
Hoggs liloou runner
for all (llhoiies of the blood. A iwwi-
tive guaranteo with every bottle
Call for and bo attre you got Hoggs'
and talto 110 oilier. Sold by Seatou
What causea bad dreams Is a matter
that has novur been satisfactorily an-
swered but in nine oases out of ten.
frightful dreams are tho rostilt of indi
gcution whiuh 11 fow doses of Ayor's
ftarsaparllla will oiToutuuHy reined?
Don't delay; try It today.
NiiIIcb tn hulxrrllior.
Subscribers to Tlie Loader wlio fail
to rcoclvo tlielr papers promptly every
morning will please raport suuh fail-
ures to this olllee at oneru
linn Von Work?
Arc you a mnn who ivories for a liv-
ing; a man who gots up aL 5 o'clock in
tho morning and builds II res and then
goes out In builds 11 house? Are you 11 11
otllco holder or a juilTO a merchant
tailor or a barber? Aro jou in any
business Hint is confining no that you
need 1 atdoor exercise? Don't yon
know that you can save enough in W
tor bills lo purchase a Crescent bieyele
in one season? Crescents sell for 8111
8M) and $7(1. Tho only strictly high
grade whoel at 11 modonito price P.
It. Lillio A Co. Agents
When tho huirhas tullon outleaving
tho head bald If the scalp Is not
shiny there is u chance of regaining
tho hair by using Hall's hair renewer.
Hunt tii Ti-hOu.
Thoroughbred stallion and othor
stock for claim or city property. Ad-
dress .1. W. Wkiih
d lm Crescent City Otc.
pTrst published In tho Outhrlo Daily
Leador July 30 1S03.
Nolit'o by Publication.
In tho district court of Logan county.
George Hansen plaintilf vs. Annio
Whereas the above named plaintilf
(ioorgo Hanson did on the 35th day of
Jul. A. D. 180 file his petition In
tho district coiirt of Logan county Ok-
lahoma territory together with his
allldavit stating that ho was tumble to
o''in personal sorvlco upon tho do-
dc. ndant Annio Hansen In said coun-
ty and territory.
Therefore said defendant. Annio
llauseu will tuko uotlco that fcho must
appear and uuswer or otherwise plead
lo the petition of the plaintiff filed in
tho olllee of tho cleric of said court on
orbeforo tho 5th day of Septomlior A.
D. 1805. or said petition will lw taken
as truo and judgment rendered accord-
ingly granting the nald plaintilf an
absolute decreo of divorce and such
other and further relief as to tho
court may soctn just anil etpjitablo to-
gether with a Judgment for t.ie onsU
In witness whoroof 1 havo hereunto
sot mv hand and affixed the sil nf
said court at mr olllee in GuthrU in
said county and tcrltory this 34th
day of July A. I). 1B05.
Iskai. Louis II Pitts
Clerk of said District Cc irt
The entire stock of the Chicago Millinery
Store on 1st street between Oklahoma and
Harrison will be closed out in the next ten
days. These goods are new and in style.
Purchasers can. secure great bargains both
in price and quality. Call at once and take
ST MARTS INSITUTE
A Hoard! n nnd Day School lor Young LadioH aud Uirls
00LLEQR niLL DALLAS TEXA8.
Sixth yoar. Founded by tho Ih. Rov. A. a Garrett bishop of northero
Toxas and under hie supervision. Will open SopL 12 1895. College and Pre-
paratory Courses. Clti8Sla and Higher Mathematics in charge of rraduatea of
Wollcsley Collogo and-University of Toronto. Departments of Music and Art
under direction of tho beat liiitruotors trained In Germany. Kuglaud ond New
Knglaud Conservatory of Miulo Klooutlon taught by graduate of the Kmer-
soti School of Oratory Hoston. Terms for tuition including ancient and
minium iniiKiinK ""l "" ainjnaii iiranci.es Hoard 11101 llgul washing Jl h
per Annum. Music Art Kloculinn extn. charges. For catalogues and fin
ther in formation address InTSB T0RBERT Principal St. Mnry'e Insti'.ute Da .as
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
THE SQUARE Bl CYCLE DEALERS.
Will search for trade during the scaton of 1895. Largest stock of cycles
and cycle sundries west of Kans.s City.
Bicycles Sold on Installments
PAYMENTS ACCORDING TO PRICIC OK MCYCLES.
A large line of Scconu-hnml Hicyrlcs r.t Slaughtering prices. Terro
easy. Do not forget to call on us for Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Call nt or nddress 113-1 13 Kast Oklahoma avenue Guthrie O. T.
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y
E. N. KNAUSS Manajjor.
boat for metal an
walks and puwm
good as now. hi 1
.i d upplier uf ( iile . A- phaltfim Iron ( lad Roof Paint. Thu
lingle roofh Malies shingh s like Mate Also put ou as-
ind tar '.1 d pilch roofs uud lasihe genuine nsplialttim
nt and artiliel-il s'oiii'. Old roofs repaired ami mado a
!. inil stand pines pai.itcd and repaired AH work LMiaran-
teed licet of references.
Toachara' vjris.torB hcri found
printed Don nd In mauilla and cloth
for sale at Royle's ImioU a tore. The
luw says these reylatura are required
to Ijo used by timelier In Mill public
schools Approved by aiiKrliitondunt
1-irM pu INIk-iI !ii the (liitlirie Dal
Loader July 23. lir.
Nolico by lMiblicitlioii
In the district court nf Logan county
Kuthoriiie Streble plaintilf
John A. Sampanl Lydia II. SampHul
J. U. Mitcliolson C A Hubhard R AI.
tinydcr J. b W. Doa.jlie As Co. Cuiey
Loiubanl Lnmbi r C impany Capitol
.Nalional Hank and Jiwuph.l. Heim de-
foudanta. Whereas the abovo-unmed Katli-
urine Stroblc on tha Olh day of Jane
14)115 flliMl her petition In the district
court of Lntfan county Oklahoma ter-
ritory ngainst tlie above named de-
fendants John A. SamnacI and Lydia
H. Sampael demnutling judgment
against the aald dofondauts for the
sum of HIM aud Interest and that a
curtain mortgage given on lut u In
block 90 Uiithrlo proper Logan
sottnty Oklahoma territory bo fore-
closed and said property bo sold for
the aiiliafaclion of plainliiTs's claim
and cobts of suit and
Whereas on the 33d day of July
1HU5 sunt plalnti'f filod her amended
putition making the following tiumeil
parties defendants to wit: J. O. Mitcli-
olson C A. Hubburd R M. Snyder J.
V. W. DdppWe t (x tha Carey Ijjiii-
burd Iiiimber Company Capitol Na-
tional Hunk and Joseph T. 11 pi in al-
leging that said last named defend-
ants claim or havo lions nnd Incum-
brances on aaid lot 0 in block 30 (Ittlh-
rie proper Logan county Oklahoma
territory and Hied her allldavit that
nho was unable to obtain personal jer-
vioe in fo;au county Oklahoma terri-
tory upon ihe lefeudants J G Mltch-
elbon C. A. Hubbard R. M Suydor J.
P. W. Docpko A Co. and Jonoph T.
Therefore the last above namod de-
fendants will tako notice tliat they
must appnr and answer or otherwise
plead to tho potltiun. and amended pe-
tition filed aa aforesaid by Uo aaid
plaintiff Kalhrlne Ktreblo in the dis-
trict court of Logan cutty Okla-
homa territory on or before tho 4th
Uay of Kepteuiber. 180S or judgment
will be takou arulnst Diem foreclos-
ing llio innrtgHge n said nbovo do-
eribetl pr'jHn anil former harripg
thorn and -a li nf 'm. frmn nn
right titie elatiii. iiilfrffct. hen or
exility of reileniption in or t.i lanl
hIkivo deaerill real estate and for
Ill witness whereof I have heroiint
sot my buinl and alllxed the ieal nf
id court at (Jul line in sa'd fi'iutv
and UirrlUiry. mi th'N iiie'.'iil .luj of
July. lar I.'i I-. i: I' 1 is.
I Seal I Clerk f the D..lu.-t 1 "art
P O. Casaidy. atto'nev f..r p'i intilT.
Flrat PulillbhiHl in Only Leailer
No 1 1 pp.
To wham it mav oonui'rn:
Notice is hi r-l y given that R'lert
McCuno has this ilay filed his pe-
tition for license to retail liquors In
MniliaH Lojr m e.i.inty uk. and that
unless rtiiji'ctinn to tho sumo as ro-
Itiired by law up filed by the 31st day
of July A. D. 1S05 said potltlon will
Culhrle. O l.Iuly in 1395.
R. liMUirrT Stkwaut
20o W. Oitla. Ave. Seatonian Drug Co.
First published in tho Guthrie Dally
Leader Aug. 18
In tho district court of Logan county
Robert L. Nelson plaintiff vs. Emma
H. Nelson defendant.
Whereat tho plaintiff Robert L.
Nelton filed his petition In the above
named court on the 17th day of Au-
gust. lbOft together with his affidavit
that lite defendant Is a non-resident
of this territory and that lie is unable
to socuru personal service upon her:
Therefore the defendant Kmma II
Nelson will take notice that she must
appear and answer or otherwise plead
to said 1 "'Ulon on or boforo tho 1st
day of Oct.i'ier lsui or judgment will
be rendered crainst her by default
granting to sii'd plaintilT an absolute
decree of divorce
In wittiest where. f ' have hereunto
sot my hand and nlllxed the seal of
said court at Outhrlo county and ter-
ritory aforesaid this tho 17th day of
(si:ai.) Louis E. Pitts
Clerk of tho district court.
Hovorly H. Crawford attorney for
First published by tho Dally Louder
In the district court lor Logan county.
Albert Shulto pla'ntiir vs. A. Hlrsch.
und 8. Hlrsch partners doing busi-
ness in tlie firm name of S. Hlrsch A
The nbovo named defendants are
hereby noli lied that they havo been
sued in said court by tho uliove named'
pi nl nil II for tho conversion of a stock
of merchandise consisting of wines
liquors cigars saloon furnishings and!
fixtures said plaintilf praying for
judgment for llio damages occasioned
thereby in tlie bum of Sl33.r aud costs
of suit and that said defendants must
answer tho petition filed by the plain-
tilfs on or bef Jfo tho 2.1th day of Sep-
tember A. D. 180.1 or said petition
will bo taken as truo and judgment
In witness whereof I hereunto let
my hand nnd seal of this court this
18th dav of August 1HD5.
skai.I Louis K. PlTTB
Clork District Court
To all persons whomsoever having busi-
ness transactions of any kind
w hothor as creditors or as debtora
r the Tucumsoli Chandler (luthilu
Mi rchnnts' Telephone company a
Y-ii and each of you aro hereby noti-
fied that the iinilcnJgiicd F. M. Stal-
liinl. wits heretofore on tho Uth day of
July. lKi.1 duly appointed receiver of
the almvit nuiiiHd company or corpora-
t inn. by pnioeeilinics begun in the dis-
trict court of P.iyno county OkIuIiii-
iiiii. ami any and all creditors of aald
eiirporation of evt-ry kind are hereby
noiitii'U that by virtue of an order
mint!' bv Hop Prank Di'o Judge of
ui. I i-iiurU All ereilitor of every bind
on. 1 naiuic 1 1 -aid corporation must
pr.Kont their elalnis or demands duly
'rlfti"l to 1 ho unilerslgned on or be-
fore tho 17th day of August 181)3 for
allowance and all debtora of said cor-
poration of every kind are required to
make payment to tho undersigned oh
or before the 17th day of August 1895.
Witness my hand this 22. i day of
July J 893. P. M. KTAU.AHU
Receiver of tho Tecuaisoh Chatidlw
Uuthrie Merchants Telepkoue Co.
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