The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 65, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 22, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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TiJE LEADliiK. GUTH IE OKLAHOMA.
COL MHBNNOLDS DRIVES A
NBQHO FROM THE WOODPILE
HURLS SOME YERY KEEN JABS
At Infill Itltd III lllrrlliic Who Hmhr
lip tlio Clnlitu .McntlSR "1 Ulmnl I'urk
Til "ontf TlilK Whirl. Will
Mhhv I In- lnrini I'rwwil Wln
Ami 1-mli IwenM Milt
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Repot
lMlmr Lcid.-i Since Mr. Vincent
of the Representative makes ft re-
attach on imp In a card I would lilts
to irlve a few fact:
Win. llin tlnuil Tnttriinmeill itt tlic lHlr
(lroiiinl-Uimiil.r II lit Nlnu Wln
Oror 8000 people attended the tour-
nninant Riven by the regimental band
at thu stato fnlr grounds yesterday
afternoon Tho amphitheatre wa
(Hied with cnthuMastlo people while
the track Ineloiiiro wan n sea of vein
eles. Thu military band SO strong
attired In handsome whlta d'uk iml
fnrins inarehed to ths grounds nn('
iturmg thr various oxeltlng ring evonts
clim.otir.ied sweet music. Thu sport
furnished consisted of bicycle race
and a ball game and grant Interest
was umiiifastod by the spectator.
Tho first evunt was a half-mllo boys'
blcyolo race with ton entries among
tlicin being Masters Carl Ovorbay
Harrv Weinberger Uuy Turner Met-
itilf Olsmlth Orny and others. The
race was won by Oyorb'ay In 1:19
The sutfond event was a mile dash.
Nenrlv three weeks ago Mr. Twain-
ey and myself bogan to Ulit our sym- Rntrle. Nichols Metcnlf.Choatum and
Itallingcr Nichols came Unit nnd
Motcalf second. Time :6l.
l.iniotlu Unban reeling. Our ntght
u bol. it nappoueu vo Jaw uu niu
(. i.oy day. Thun we wure asked to
imrtiblpalo and make the two events
In one. Wo consented on this eondi-
t un: Coxey by duy Cuba by ifight.
l hen we wont to work uud collueleU
money for the two principals "free
silver1 '"sympathy for struggling
Cuba" We had ongagud Her. Rogors
to speak first in our meeting 'lhcn
l. O CusRidy was to follow.
Friday night a meeting wan called
in Vincent's olllco. One of the com-
mitteemen said: "Wo will huve Covey
at night also. ' Mr Twamlcy and my
self tin n entered our protests. The
ilalm ( f tho committee wnt that It
was uitiNgrnsc- for the Populist party
in llstm to Cassldy. Our reply was:
The 1'opulUt party has nothing to do
with this movement for Cuba Pat
l ussidy Is an Irish exile unil If he
wikIhm to speak In the utilise of human
freedom you hhnl. not preieiit him
Then they forced us Into a eompro-iimo-thnt
of lotting Coxuy speak
fiom 7:S0 to 8:30 This wo agreed to
under protest Then 1 acted as tlle.r
marshal of the tiny and piloted their
parade through without a hitch. At
this time J o'clock I went home nnd
stayed until 6 o'clock when 1 wont to
the Okla hotel and met Coxcy and one
of tho committee. Coxey wanted
Rome ale. Wo all three wont to a cor-
ner saloon and sat for over one hour
talking. Coxcy le. himsolf out free
and complete--ho drank two botttoa
of London stout. The committeemen
only diank toda water. I drank two
glasses of plalu unadulterated whisky.
Then Coxey went to the hotel. I
went home. At 7 o'clock I wont out
to thu park. There was a man nt tho
bridge turning the wagons back.
"Who ordeiod you to do this?" said I
Mr. Vincent" he replied. Then I
went on gutting just a tittle bit mad-
der undor the collur each succeeding
moment for 1 saw the job they had
fcet up on us. 1 waited until twenty
in in ut os past eight. Then I went to
platform uud snitl to thu committee:
".s'turt your mooting for at promptly
s a) the gavel falls and begins uuban
meeting." Then tho announcement
was made that "Coxey will speak
fiom tho public square." This was
precisely whin wo had expucled. Then
1 said to Mr Vincent: "You are
chairman and 1 demand you forbid
this thing. You have no right to do
it undor the circumstances." Ma re-
plied: "You huvo insulted the com-
mltlcee." So under this subterfuge they broke
up our Cuban meeting for which the
"it'iens had contributed. Thin "mill-
turn in parvo" is the whole story.
If I wai drnnk as osscrlcd then It
was Coxej ami one nf ymir commit
teemun who got me so ami ihcrn was
method tu too act
Cokey talked for one hour privately
and wh'U I do not wish to betray any
trusts yet if insisted upon I will
give thu ( ineiniiuli Kniiuircr the sub
stance of that talk whi -h I mi.ii re vo i
will not enhanee his chances of cleo-
tiou In Ohio
A for Mr lucent. I would not be
Ills tool ill the Fifth ward ilrunk or
sober I nin neither a tool or a fool.
Now boys carry this war Into
Africa If you like. You dtd got your
Cuban money. Thou if you Insist
upon It your committeemen got mo
drunk. Now shame on your whole
outfit for Midi unprincipled proceed-
ings which I believe to have been
done premeditate 11 y.
Hoimirr MrltKYxm i
TERRIFIC EXPLOSION AT THE CAR-
NEGIE HOMESTEAD STEEL WORKS
EIGHT MEN MEET DEATH.
An Interesting feature was tho bi-
cycle and horse race between lllfoor
Sam Wlsby urnl Trotter .Too Orr. The
horse won t o race In 3:37
following this the orowd repaired
to the ball Held whore a brilliant (faiiu
was witnessed tho contesting nines
being county and oity otlleials. Owing
to modesty many officials like Capt.
Stiles Marshal 7'axtcr and John Mat-
IIiowb failed to show up. but enough
firemen and policemen woro present to
fill the .base-". Osctir Hamilton and
Col Perry refused to umpire the game
times a salary was granted them and
John Overbuy was substituted. Fea-
ture of the game were the roinarlm
Ida butting nnd sprinting of Harris
Huston who loomed up llko a bump
on a bald heud in u stunning uniform
with stuffed legs and thu plienomenul
muffs of Uooige l)e Gruff. Japt. Hus-
ton pltuhed like u man In a hurry and
Harry I'ulnter delayed the game by
gottiug his legs tangled. Tho city fel-
lows ran buses llko pall bearers at a
funeral nnd tho county nine couldn't
hit a brick wagon with a pick nxo let
alone u ball. The game was saved to
the county nine thiou(h tho efforts of
Olllcur llriu'e who ullowud throe base
hits to grow on his nock and jaw. The
giiinu resulted as follows: Count
nine 11; City nine 7
Tho bund boys Old good work and
cleared a neat sum. A repetition of
the fiiu Is lu order.
Dun of tlm Mill Dumped a llnrronr of Ma-
trrlnl lulo tho Hell of tlm I'lirnarr
AVIilrli Jin Unit 1'orRiittrn to
Itnlic nnd Tlitu I'rrvrnteil
llin Cm l'rinn Kmnplnir
ior. ssihmjIno cojiiunk.
'I hut Mni'llf lii IIIrIi ll men -Sonm Inter-
lCdltor Loader: A portion of the
I'opulhl county central committee of
Logan county uioUii fow weeks ago
and organized themselves Intoa siuull-
Ing coiuailttec. Ai u smelling coin-
niltteo they subdlvldcil by appointing
a committee of three to prefer charges
against the i'opullst members of thu
board of county commissioners. ThU
committee mot and drew up charges'
tiguiusl tlio board and signed the same
us being true Thoso charges were
libelous uud the members of tho com-
mittee now state thut they did not
know anything about said uhtirgus be
iug true but that limy woro only form-
ulating charges that had previously
been found ut Mime meeting; the lime
ind place of holding to thorn ltukiiwn.
1'lie smelling committee composed of
sivtccn "orgunlxed uppetltn" iiuost of
ihem w.th ttpp ioH'ions for oillce al-
ready filed with the governor) Imme-
I Intel v adoiited the ruport of thu com
mittee and resolved themselves into a
prosecuting committee. Ihcy now
needed a jurj ittiil hence they again
resolved ami tin lime they became
he judes us to whether as prosecu-
tors they woro right or not. Ono poor
fellow thought the defendants ought
in have u Itttlu show and hence lie
moved and the "appetites" resolved
that tho victims whoso positions thoy
woro after might have an attorney if
they chose said uttornoy from the
"smulllug prosecuting jury commit-
tee." This farco at llrst was laughed
ut by all ounstblo people regardless of
party but when our county court
house was turned Into an anarchist
school for the training of tho young
anarchist minds fear wus depleted on
ovory uouutunanco. The county at-
torney will no doubt place tho actions
of I his body of llrc-eatlng rene
gades before thu grand jury
and so far as inoy are
concerned we believe the law will set
tie their hush but the I'opullstsof the
con nty who have been howling for ro
form huvo In numerous Instances saw
lit tolpass ros'ilutlnns condemning the
county commissioners for turning
down Leo Vincent when cnught
swindling tho ooiinty and now the
party as a party must stmid out and
de-fond tho charge wo make that thoy
are nothing more nor loss than organ-
ised growl goaded on by organised up-
petittw. l'op Votbh
Outbrto Aug. HI.
Si'i'il In al I'ur tin.
Morris t Hunch will have mud wheat
for sale on. and after Monday Aug SO
Holler Milbt on North division street.
8 91 tf
IlklHliiiina City Couple bpllrt'il
l'runk O. Adams and Mb Aldu Laux.
a noat uppearlug couple from Okla
homa OUy wure murrlud last evening
by Probate Judge Lawreme. Thoy
came up on the 5 oVlook Santa Ko and
returned on the night train.
I'li IU Uiiiifi'ilrriitri..
JamlkOii Camp of United Confederate
Veterans hold a special meeting Wed
ilea lay night in the district court room
mid after revolving mid ai;oepliug
Coinrudu W II (lulbralth's report ui.
l'.i ilriliiirtLlA In t hi. llAiistnn cikiiv.-i
V-lute dfmonttralej tint Crt-ctWcycle can 1 .. . . .
i .' iiiaueauutoui Biouriutiawiugtuuuiapiicct. ' ..i... ...-u.. --....
eil until s o clock Saturday
I'nTsnifitO. Vn. Aug. si. About S
j'elouk yestorday morning one of tho
op fillers of furnace 11 of thoCurnegle
tei 1 eompany's works nt Homestead
luiured u bin row of material Into the
tell of tho furnace which he had for-
mt ten to raise This clogged tho top
sss furnace and prevented the gas
torn escaping. Sixteen men In charge
f .lames Hun Ison. were .cnt to the
op of tho furnace to remove tho ob-
triietion. All wore closely crowded
round the bell removing the material
alien there was a tei rifle explosion
mil men barrows tools and material
ivere hurled in all directions while
laine. deadly gases and smoke belched
rmn thu furnace top
One man. n l'olc was blown from
ho furnace top along Hie metal road-
AttV to tho elevator shaft down which
10 fell and striking on a car was cut
it two. Five other men l'oles or
IIiui' weio so badly burned that they
1 led soon nf tor win d.
The contents of Hie furnace wjre
blown o'ut and scattered forhundicds
if yards around thu furnace falling in
ill parts of tho juril. cutting and mini-
ng about ton men who woro working
jelow but uono seriously.
Tho Injured men woro mi leaning
ner the mouth of the furnacu whon
.he explosion occurred. Two men dlod
joforo they reached tho bottom of the
slevatoi shaft uud the other five died
urliig the morning. Three others
iro In the hospital.
JiKIIITS AND SHADOWS.
Tilt C'omlnc .State Fnlr
The Oklahoma State Fair association
will hold its second annual meeting
at Outhrle O. T October 8. 0 10 11
and 12 189.1.
There will bo special county exhib-
its in tho agricultural department.
Ilvcry county Is requested to help out
In this department
Eeryoue should attend as '.he ex-
hibit ond racing will bo llrst-class.
The territorial militia will llUVO a
number of sham battles during fair
The Oklahoma Territorial Military
band will be iu attendance and furnish
The territorial reunion of old boI-
liters tlrnnd Armv of tho KepubllC
..-. - .
will be held at Outline u. M. ucioocr
0 10 and 11 1895 during fair week.
Please notify your subscribers tu
write the secretary A. A. Humphrey
Guthrie O. T. for a premium list of
the fair which will be mailed free.
d and w tf
Ijitr I.lterory Nw.
Not since "The Anglomanlacs" has
there eyer been so clover a society sa-
tire as Henry Fuller's "Pilgrim Sons"
whlcb Is published In tho AugiiBt Cos-
mopolitan. Tho problems Involved In
woman's use of the bicycle are so
startling and numerous under ono rap-
id evolution of this art that one wel-
come a careful discussion of tho sub
jeet bv so trained a mind and so clover
a writer as Mrs. Reginald do Koven.
The Idea that ten cents for The Cosmo-
politan means inferiority from a liter-
ary senso of view is dispelled by the
appearance of such writers as Sir
owt9 fttorris nir mi win nriiom i-u-gar
Fawcett Tabb W. Clark Kussell.
Lang Seorcey. Sangwlll etc. Nor con
wo entertain tho Idea of Inferiority in
Illustration with such nauico as Hamil-
ton Olbson Denman. Von Schalk Llx
Sandhnm etc. figuring as tbeclilnf ar-
tists of a single month's Issue
IHIUKY'HMAO t'INH I'OUHKI'I'KMIIMH
(lodey'fl MngaK no for SpptoinlHr
Inlls Into be spirit of the month and
treats us to a line drawing of Defend-
er under full sail by Parker Newton
on the ccver nnd n leudlitg artlelv on
"Tho Pleasures of Yachting " by Jesse
Albert Locke. Very timely and nble
is Rupert Hughes' artlclo on th Cuban
revolution u subject which litis not
before been presented U tho tuugnr.ine
public In such u readable and popular
form. "Recent Amateur Photography
and- "Women Writers nf the Day"
offer fine opportunities for illustration
and anecdote. A good variety of fic
tion is given In stories by James Hur-
ton Reynolds. Lucy Cleveland Frank
ChafTco and B J. Carpenter.
Oodov's dtffors from the other ten
cent mugazlnos In tho number nf orig-
inal drawings it uses and iu lu fashion
department which makes It so attrac-
tive to the women of the family Two
artists In particular who have become
familiar through Oodey's nreC. F. Les-
ter and V W. Newman Bach has an
admirable piece of work In the Issue
for Septombor. The Oodey Co. M-ftt
Lnfayetto Place N. Y.
HOT EL "mUKCTOH Y .
NORTH SIDB HOT KL. Oklahoma City.
Tho liesI hotel In tlm city. Hcndqtmr-
urs for traveling men
ORLANDO CITY HOTBtr-lUtnsW
per day. N. Hunt Proprietor Orlando
ORANDVIBW IIOTBL Iloadqtiar
ters for coinni'Tclal num. Table supplied
with best tho markut affords. Ltmbochoi
t Son Proprietors Cros Ok.
HOTBL IlLACKWKLL. Tho onl
Mral.nliinq '. II llliv lllllls.l III tllO rlt . .
Sncclal attention clven to raiiiiueri'lal
trade. W. 11. Powen Proprietor IIIuck
well O. T.
BAULK IIOTBL: A. L Long A Co
First class HntiMi (300 pnr day. Nowklrk.
ULOIIB IIOTBL: The only llrst class
(3(y per day hoimo In tho city.
P. Pkaiihon. Prop
New Ponca O 'J'.
IIOTBL YOST: The only llrlck
Hotol In tho city everything new and
clean and well ventilated. Rute SJ per
day. John Ynr Prop
Stillwater l T
CATTLB KINO IIOTBL. Woo.lw.tid.
O. T. Tho Host 3.(o a day house In I he
City. J. W. Mu.T.i!R Piop.
KBMP'S flOTKL Mulhall O. T. only
llrat class 3 tier day Iioiimi in the city .
V F. KhMf. Piop.
wsaNiWi fi mi'i m i -gggaBB
Is llio plan to ko w I'ti you want an.vlhiii"; in his lino.
Irittfl you will bit eoiniiUTil oi" (lie itppropriatciip.ss
hJJ hilXJ 1 1 UllUi
REGARDLESS OF COST.
Pull lino oi'Driigs Dnigs-isl's Sundries I'nliils Oils Stationery
Spo. kks Hitininocli.s Croiiuol He
Ml TUOH UM FKICt.
(!cl his prices hplon' you huy.
204 Cor. Okialioma Ave. and First St.
Why You Should Himm h I'hrenoloel.nl Kx
llceauso it will point out to you the
field In which vour will succeed Dur
ing thu last 6l.ty years wo have
helped over a hundred thousand peo-
tlo to success. A personal examina-
tion is most desirable but examina-
tions from photographs by our
method are quite satisfactory. Write
to us fo particulars.
Fowi.kii .fc WKI.I.S Co.
27 Bast 2 1st street
0 2714 New York.
Ilrli'f lll:lin:i' I'litiiteil at lluppimliii; In
Hint Aliiiul the (Illv.
tlysturs are on the market.
The Knglish ICltohen Is uloscd.
iii i. -.-i. i ii i
Bd t.reor Is down from Winllold.
Frank Hnyt is over ftom Chandler.
Aden Hlckok is up from Norman.
J. A. Cooper is over from IClngfish.'r.
Oil Inspuclor Moselv returned 1 st
Attorney Hornor Iiub returned from
Mayor Martin Is
in Bl Reno on rail-
The llkluhuniu Central
John R. Cjark of Stillwater has
just returned from Arkausas City
whore lie attended a meeting of thu
duectors of the Kansas Oklahoma
Central fc Southwestern railroad. In
uu interview Mr. Clark said that the
meeting wns a most successful on- uud
that after a long fight of nearly three
years the directors have at last over-
come all oltaelus and tho pormanent
surve will now be commenced. Up-
grade hlukus established mid dirt Dy-
ing Due hundred thusund tlos have
been purchueil of I) a Willett The
permanent survey runs from Coll'ey-
vide Kus to Pa wli usku Ongo Nation
thence to lllackburn. Pawnee Still-
walo'. i.ullirie HI Reno and Ft Sill.
for sale. Apply ut
718 K. Cleveland
Horn to Mr. and Mrs.
don a ten-pound girl.
Judgo lluuknur returned from Paw-
nee on tho night train.
Mrs. llnrnborucr has sold her con-
fectionery to Mrs. Dr. Klmberly.
Zip Wvatt will bo brought to the
federal jail In this city next we k
Tho fuiuial of Mrs. Frank B Its took
place yesterday from thu M B. . liurch.
Mr. and Mrs T. IC. Tingle will goto
Winllold toduy lo spend Sund iy with
Mrs. Tingle's parents.
A dance will bo given at tin) opera
liouso Friday night In honor . f Miss
Jusslo Blder of Winfield
Mrs. J. A. Atspaugh of Dcs Moines
Iowa arrived last night to visit her
sister Mrs. F. 11. Oreer.
W II. Merlon was introduei -1 to the
mysteries of tho rank of pane iu tho
K. of P lodgo last night
Deputy Stuvu llurke a vaMlunt of-
ficers and a prince of good fellows
eauio over from Pawnee yestei lay.
Miss Mary While a char .it racer
from Wichita Is at the Okla She wll
bo uu attraction at the fair this fall
I Kentucky Iluubtr.it Blnt.i?
The pei'ullur political conditions ox-
ing In Kentucky have led many peo-
ple to believe that tho Republicans
have a chance to carry the stato this
fall. For this reason there Is a great
Interest both at home and abroad
In accurate and reliable political In
formation from all parts of the state.
The Weekly Courier Journal is now
covering this field perfectly and it is
publishing the news without bias
or prejudice. A close reader of tho
Weekly Courier-Journal should be
able to forecast In advance what will
bo tho outcome of the stato election
In November. In addition to giving
all the political news nnd nnd all tho
news of every kind the Weekly Coti-
rior Journal Is offering to Its subscrib-
ers 80.000 In cash presents for guesses
oh to the exact vote and closest to the
exact vote that will bo received by
tho Democratic Republican and Pop
ttlist candidates for irovornor of Ken
tucky. Tho price of the paper Is one
dollar a year. Sample coplws con-
taining full details of tho cash present
plan will bo sont freo to any address.
Write to tho Courier-Journal Com-
pany Louisville Ky.
Nothing adds more to the
comfort and appouruneo of
a gentleman than a suit of
woll-llttiug clothes. lie
always looks well is over
at ease anil feels as though
life itself is wortli living
Ueo. 11. Willis the enter
prising and ovcliisive tail-
or of this city again trroot
his patrons and the public
in general with the 111)01 -lino
Fall and Winter Piece (Joods
that were over brought
to this city. Ho always
guarantees a perfect lit
ntid liwitcs n personal In-
spection of his goods.
liny your Clolhini; and Furnishing Hoods at tho
Andget a ticket with every SI purchase on a
"kHnri y a
AJI.Xj iyy.o smammt
To he given away Nepi. I 1SJI5.
STREET OPP. GOVT. ACRE
Cor Oklahoma avenue and First si
Residence: Corner Noble A v.. nnd
07K Nu. '. fv ME. M '" WhU M Ibf
VI d (K
Nu. lur LA Dili. 313 la WUeali 23 lt.
N'.s 3 for YOU! IIS. M In. WW I.31U11..
So. 0 lur MlSli M l. Wheel 3i flit.
$A(IKa 3 for ROYS 31 lu Wlel.. St IU.
SVIU (K...C(orCIKLSala. WUrlt231U.
Fur experienced rt Jers dotting a relUhle llpbt
HrrUlit ItlrvcJr wa rrcumniwxl our C'kHSCIiNT
eCOKCIIDK Hill). 2Sliu VIcl 1'klCU $90.
li'mtrattJ GiUlrgut Frti e Afflkatt.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS cHiStoSf
F B. LILLIE & CO.
Drug Back and Kivs Depot
ulgbt Aug 91. at which
attendance U r. nuextcil
Mr. and Mrs. J 11. Vrcel mil ontet-
taluud a merry party ut th.-ir tieautl-
till home 011 North Ash last 1 vuulng.
Miss Pearl Lyuds full from tho sec-
ond story of her father's residence
ynsturday but was not suilously in-
jured Smith and Parsons engaged in an
other bloodlof scrap yit rday and
Hum dissolved partnership. Parsons
Tho secretary of tho Interior has
awarded lot 3 In block 3.1 1 the heirs
of L. (. Shnplaiid dcuund. ThU Is
the Dlek J. Morgan lot.
ThuSanlu Fo rallioad has hauled
away from this place 190 carloads of
iiudoiisui) to duto Shipment! are now
iNiiug made to point in To as.
Stranger and moinn irs of tho W. 0.
1' l'. are invtlud to m at at 3 n in.
Uxlav with Air. Hunk -jr at the par
vmugi (IihmI pragriiiu
The L'oinliiR Mate.
When tho present territory of Utah
enters tho union of states It will do
so with a population of about 800000
souls and a cl.mato unsurpassed In tho
wide world. It will bo richer In agri-
cultural lcsources than any other
stato It has within its borders nearly
all the known minerals metals gold
silver copper Iron tin etc. In abund-
ant quantities. It has best of all a
health giving climate always touiper-
ate In summer and In winter. It has
hot sulphur springs and is in fact one
largo sanitarium. Utah Is tho Ideal
place to build a homo in which to
spend tho balance of your days sur
rounded oy larm ami orcnaru which
guarantee all the necessities and most
of tho comforts of life. There uro
millions of homes now awatttug settle-
ment. Send to F. A. Wadlelgh Salt
Lake City for a copy of "Utah's re-
sources." It will pay you to post your
self on tho merits of tho "coming
stato" which has been aptly tormoJ
"Tho Promised Land" If
W. E. FURROW D. D. S.
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'I he bi'hl salc 1
lirnii.e. hoiiM hall
blufns. orns a
lions and postllv.
1 ay require!. It
icrfe tsatlsfocti '
Pi fee 99 cents t
Scatonlaii Drug 1
the world for cuts.
1 lion 111 fever Mires
ttor. ulcers ehil-
I all skin erup-
' i oitre ptlos or no
- guaranted to givo
or money refunded.
lm. For Bale by
Nlruyed or Htoleu.
One light bay horse; weight 1000
lbs ; white spot on forehead. From
flvo tulles west of Guthrie. 85 reward
will be paid on return of the horso to
Reeves llros. Guthrie O T. lwd&w
Housidiold goods for sale at "IS Hast
At 718 Uast Clo eland avenuo house-
hold goodB for sale 3t
Mr. and MnT Scott Robinson are
breaking up housekeeping preparatory
to leaving tho city. They are desirous
of belling their household goods nnd
offer some bargains at 71b Kast Cloye-
Justice dockets latest stylo neatly
bonud 'or sale at TnK Lkatikk oillce.
H. L. COHEN
The Reliable Merchant Tailor
Makes Clothes to Measure !
U LOT I IKS
Don't fail to call uud icu tho largest
In the territory. No sample to pick
from. All our goods are mailo in
Guthrie. Skilled tailors iu our em-
ploy H. L. GONEH
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division.
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Calers to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
In Stock all tho Time
Telephone No. 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
H. Ho PERRY Prop'r.
in a Single
CimcCBA Vouks WoxDBRanil iti cures
of torturing bumours simply manetlouj.
iU Ihttnuhovt Im rU. HnlUk d(ut. F.NIV.
iibt s ftu.a I
KlM HuM UMOuk.fy1!
Cwn si rnf sm u. .
Hecauso justtdablo rep-
utation for high grade
work Is not obtainable
in a few brlof months.
Tho Remingtons havo
been makers 'of world
renowned goods slnco
Repair shops don't
tlourish on their mis-
takes Neither do po-
pie who keep wheols
made to sell only; they
don't havo them. It
takes something more
than paint nickoi. uud
a ready How of talk to
make ugooa wheel. Tho
Remington is a good
wheel made by good
people and used by
good riders all ovor tho
world. Catatoguo frie.
Olsmlth Arms Co.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 65, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 22, 1895, newspaper, August 22, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73414/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.