The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 101, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 3, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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lly lh LimIt rrlntldn Company
uESUE G. NIDt-ACK. - - Editor.
Only Homing Toper Published In Unthrle.
tir-if ' ' rgnii of Oklnhonm Iemocrey.
Thr lil Organ or I.ojtub Coantj-.
Till IISDAY OCT 3 1895.
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fur lUit.r liK.vt)Ei accepts advcrtls-
inv with tho distinct and positive Ruar-
nvo tlmt It ha doublo tho paid
i.culntfouof any nowspapor published In
1'iik Lkadru Illndory Isono of tho beat
inUltutions of tho kind In tho Wost and Is
A-. ly turnlngoutlareoquantltlcsofwork.
y til In your orders for binding and blank
I ki and they will be promptly attended
Joe month delivered In city SO
Unembnthby mall so
.three months... 1 so
Six months 3 00
too year 6 0)
itx months SO
Jno year....... t 00
Enid'Wavkj If the Texas legisla-
ture Is nnythlng Uko tho royal hippo-
drome that mot over In Qutlirle last
winter they will proLibly discuss that
prlzo fighting bill until Christmas and
then "when it do pass" will be likened
unto tho Vegan bill no good.
An cschang3 says: Don't asK an oil-
tor to suppress an Item of news: Some
other paper will get It anyway. The
next day something- will happen to
your neighbor and if ho asks to have
It suppressed you will bo tho first oco
to jump on the editor for not "daring
to say that his soul was his own."
Take your medicine when the news
happens to fall your way for really
you havo no more claim on the paper
than your neighbor. Nearly every nay
tho editor Is called on for roasts aud
several other kinds of cookery for tho
benefit of this and that one nnd yet
those who request this would no more
think'of writing what they as!: tho
editor to writu and assume the re-
sponsibility for it than they would at-
tempt to fly.
THK FIIKISDOM UP CDI1A.
Tho New York Tribune is crying
loudly for Cuban freedom. Among
other things it says: No one can
doubt tliut popular sympathy in this
country Is with lho Cuban patriots
ngalubt their Spanish oppressors. This
too la not duo to any selfish purpose
of annexing the island. Seventy year?
ii go it is true that consldeiatlon came
up even if It was not then more potent
tli ii n today. Jefferson did not lies!
ia'e to inuku this avowal in his famous
Ii II' r to President Monroe of OjL 21
"I candidly confess that I havo ever
looked on Cuba as the moat Interest-
ing nddltlon which could bo made to
our system of states. Tho control
whiuh with Florida point thislbland
would fiUe us over the Gulf and tin?
countries and isthmuses bordering oi.
it as well as all those whose wutcrr
11 j iv iuto It would fill up tho measure
of our political well being."
Hut annexation is not nt this time In
t lie imiid of I lie AiticrU'tin .eip
They know that what Cuba is aiming
at is independence and with that thej
tympatliizo unselfishly nnd instinct-
ively"! as they havo evor sympathized
with all efforts of Amerlran commun-
ities to throw off a European yoke.
Hut thoro is another strong elemonl
in tho matter. The atrocities of Spain
in Cuba appeal to the sentiment of
humanity. It is quite enough that a
transatlantic kingdom should hold
control over an American possession
in virtue ot tho desire of the latter to
remain dependent; but when that ecu-
trol can only be maintained by des
potic cruelty and by going outside tho
well established rules of civilized war-
fare no wonder that the feelings of
Amcrivans aro enlisted on the side of
The question Is how far tho admin-
istration is ready to respond to this
sentiment of tho people by such prac-
tical notion as Is iu iU power.
A tlOOl) TIMK COM1.NO
According to the New York Sun a
western iihllosopher prophesies that
the time U rapidly approaching when
men will bo relieved from all arduous
labor by now applications of tho inan-
imate forces of nature and more es-
pooially electricity whuh will be put
utour service through discovery nnd
invention. Twenty years from now
ho says thoro will be no moro hard
labor in civilization.
'I he present tendency unquestion-
ably looks that way even If the end
ho foresees is not reaohod In so short
u timo as he fancies. Steam and elec-
tricity have already token off the
Mioulders of men many pf the heaviest
burdens onco borne by them. They
have replaced human strength in lift
iW Uuildlng materials ! loading
fillips in agricultural op'cratious and
In many other fields where formerly It
was put to iu severest strain Thm
have also largely superseded the power
of horses and thus those animals so
long associated with man In the hea-
v.Mt work of tho world ore sharing
with him tho relief afforded by (be
use of those inanimate agencies. And
yetjtbellllenlumjias not wa.lojta ap-
Anothej advantage enjoyed by this
generation will be Increases! and ex.
tended in equal monmro during the
next few years The Tribune refer
to a report that preparation are wak-
ing to put a the market nextyer a
larjr supply of bicycle at greatly -ucd
Friers. It Is pmumtble that
beforo many years their cost wfil de-
cline like that of the sewing machine
and that of the clocks and watches
until It Is brought within tho means
of almost everybody. Tho rich man
with tho fleetest horses and tho grand
est equipage will have no advantage
over the poor man In possessing the
means of travelling rapidly over tho
roads. Hoth of them will have their
own private vehicles nnd each can
ride when ho la so Inclined. Invention
and competition besides reducing tho
cost of the bicycle will provide for its
propulsion by othci motors than mus-
culnr strength so that the rider will
enjoy luxurious case at a hilling ex-
penso of money. Tho burdens man
carried on their shouldors or in their
hands they can transport with the aid
of machinery and. they can extend
greatly tho area within which it is
possible for them to pursue tholr acti-
vities. The nursery rhymo talks of
the time when beggars will ride and
veritably tho day is approaching.
The application of electilclty to pub-
lic transportation will largely reduce
Its cost to thoso who provldo It nnd
those who use It. Tho running ex-
pense of all machinery will be de-
creased greatly so that It will be mado
available for multltudca of private
uses for which the muscles of man and
brute aro now employed. The main
part of tho drudgery of civilization
will bo done by tho forces of nature
harnessed for human assistance and
the exemption from exhausMng physi-
cal labor once enjoyed by the few only
will bo shared by all. As It is under
the present progress of science and
mechanics the poor man has case und
luxuries formirly denied to even tho
richest and grandest. The markets of
the humblest nnd most crowded dis-
tricts now supply in abundance fruits
and meats which not many years ngo
were rarely obtainable even by tho
most prosperous; and as the cost of
production and transportion decreases
theso will be still farther multiplied
and brought within the means of the
Perl aps the dream of a socialist of a
time when all tho material blessings
of life shall be extended so that- they
can bo shared by all in tholr fulness
may bo realized: but the fulfilment
will bo brought about by tho very
means socialism would destroy; by
capital competition and the impulso
which scales for individual superiority.
It will not come from the nveragc
ability of tho mass but from the su-
perior ablllry of tho few whence has
come the general advancement of man-
kind in nil ages. It will not come
from checking individual faculties so
an not to best your mates according
to tho labor union principle but from
the eager striving to best your mates
and to got to tho top.no matter if
others cannot attain the height until
you havo shown them how and havo
given the means of rising to tho sum-
mit of advantage. Aud after all
misery sickness poverty and the
effects of stupidity and vice will re-
main in tho world.
May Go to .11 1' X leu.
Larkdo Texas Oct. ".It appears
that the Florida Athletic club havo
doubts as to their ability to pull tho
great fight off In Dalian aud have S3-
cutedby telegraph an option on tho
amphitheater und nrcna used for bull
lighting in New Laredo .Me This
would beem to indicate tlmt tho fight
will be pulled off there. The option
ih for one month but no further pur-
ileulurs could bo obtained
Senator Vrt Mill Spt-nk.
Favettk Mo. Oct. -'.Senator CI.
Q Vest writes to lion. R. C. Clark
that he will discuss the lho Issues of
tho day on the stump In this city. Sat-
urdey October 1-'.
Ki-Beuator Mwliniie No Hatter.
Washington Oct. . Ijx'.Senator
Mahone's condition was uurhanged at
midnight. His physicians fenred that
he would notsutvlvc the night.
A Southern Culleqa Humeri.
WoonviiLK Miss. Oct. J. The Kd-
ward Mcllco college for girls one of
the oldest institutions in tho South
was destroyed by lire lust night.
There were heventy-flvo girls living in
the college all of whom it is believed
escaped injury. Loss not given.
PrlcoList of School Books
-AT THE -
Capital City Book Store
From Oct. 1.
McQuffey'aUev Primer t 10
MiUuffcy's Itev Speller 1.1
Miflufley'M Uk I lrt Reartir IS
MLUufTejr'N Ho Second Header
Mrtluffej iijtev Third Header 35
MctJuftey'sHo rourth Header ii
Mcauffey'sllev With Reader ft)
Thompsons Intellectual Arithmetic . - M
Milne's Pint Lesson in Arithmetic . T . !Q
Milne's Elementary Arithmetic . 30
Milne' Standard Arithmetic U
Hay's Primary Arithmetic .' . is
Kay's Klementary Arithmetic ' 30
IU) ' Practical Arithmetic
Uarnek' Klementary Geography 4S
Urues' Complete Geography . 1 to
KclecllcPbyfclcal Geography M
Long's Language Lessons part I IT
Long's Lauguage Lessons part 2 W
Long's Loiih in KnglUh 3d
Lockvrood's Lessons In KnglUh . oo
Ilaney's Klementary Orammar . 35
IUney's Hev KnglUh Grammar u
Quackenbo's Composition and Ithetorlc Si
liarnes' Primary History W
Ilarncn' Uriel HUtory . fc5
Marlcham's English History U
American Copy Ilookn .. 10
rrauklln Copy Hooks it)
White' Drawing Hook. No. 1 to 3 10
Sherwood's Writing Speller . OJ
Natural Mulc Primer 25
Young People's Phy;ology a
Hygentc Physiology gj
Steele's Physics tg
Slorer Llndey's ChemUtry . oi
Oillet AHolfe' Astronomy . 125
Holder's Zoology 1 00
LcConte' Geology . . 1 00
Hi ess' Latin Orammar . . . 1 09
Ilarkness' Kasy Method . I 00
Harknets' Caesar'a Commentaries ) 03
Uarknes' Cicero' Orations 03
Harper and Hurgcss' In J Lat Hd ft"
Nature's Readers . 25
Bryant & Stratton' Boole Keeping .. 79
0 ray's Botany . IN
ttnnn Cltj' ltl rcjtltltlM.-
Ka'.Nsas Cm OcL 2. Kansas City'
fall festivities were inaugurated yes
tcrdny afternoon with n magnificent'
flow or parade which was a success la
every detail. Tho Priests of Pallas
pnrmlo took plnco in tho evening with
tu enty floats representing mythology
history poetry and romance. The
crowds that witnessed the pageant
wore the largest that ever attended a
hlmltnr par 11 do in tho history of the
city. The great ball takes place to-
night and tomorrow the star attrac-
tion of tho season taitcs place the pa-
rade of tho Knrnival Krcwc.
lMwnnt I.nne Nominated.
Kiieliiv n.f.r 111 Oct. 2.. Tho
Democrats of tho eighteenth congres-
sional district nominated Edward
t.atie of Madison to finish tho unex-
pired term ot tho Into Congressman
Itcmann. Resolutions wcro adopted
demanding tho frco and unlimited
coinage of silver and gold at a ratio of
10 to 1 without waiting for tho eon-
sent or action of any foreign govern-
To Hrgulnto Meillral College.
Chicaoo Oot. 2. A conference of
the representative? of tho Iowa Mis-
souri nnd Illinois stato boards of health
win held In this city for tho purpose
of forming a schedule of tho require-
ments to bo placed upon medical col-
leges before they will be recognized as
schools in good standing. Tho inten
tlon is to have n uniform standard so
thut credentials from nnyone ot the
Institutions will bo recognized by the
On nccount of Payne's colony meet-
ing to bo held ut Oklahoma City Octo
bcr 15 to 20 inclusive the Santa Fe
routo will sell excursion tickets at
one and one-third faro for the round
trip. Tickets on salo October IS and
10 good to return until the 21. -L. IL
Nicely furnished rooms to rent; SOS
Cast Noble Ave. 21 wt
University of Oklahoma
The University of Oklahoma will
open Its fourth year September 11
1U95 The Unlveisltyls supported by
tho whole territory and its doors are
open to ull citizens of Oklahoma to
cutur tuition frco. Tho cost of living
at Nortnnn is as low as anywhere in
Tho university has received a num
ber of additions to Its its equipment
many improvements having beon added
to tho interior ot tho building anil
Inrgc additions made to tho laboratories
nnd library. Tho library will be in
charge of a competent librarian and
the books will be so indexed and cata
logucd as to niako the resources of the
library avallablo to all h Union ts. The
reading room will bo open at all hours
of the day where in addition to tho
newspapers of the territory and the
leading papers from alt parts of tho
UnitcM Stales will bo found a full list
of tho leading magazines of the
country for the uso ot students.
An instructor of mathematics will
bo added to the faculty and a strong
department of music added this year
Every citizen ot Oklahoma should
bo personally interested In the Uni-
versity nnd should at least know
what facilities are offered.
The faculty consists of strong earn-
est especially equipped men and no
young man or woman need go out of
tho territory for wnMt of competent
Instruction. Uvery ono should receive
and read tho catalogue. Itcan bo had
by addressing Pnop I) 11. Hoyd
tf Norman Ok.
Mnp of lrglula ltnttle-FleliW
Tho only correct man made irom of
ficial papers in the war department
Willi complete l'stof battles. Scut on
receipt of 2.1 cents in money or postage
ft tamps. Address 0 It. Ryan assist-
ant gcncrnl passenger agent C. and O
railway Cincinnati Ohio. 4-5-4 w
Hoggs' Illood Purifier.
Ileggs' Wood Purifier.
Hoggs Illood Purifier
for all diseases of the blood. A posi-
tive guaranteo with every bottle.
Cnll for and bo uuro you gt Hoggs'
aud take no other. Sold by Scaton.
Save money by having your old suit
cleaned or dyed and pressed up good
as new. Oct prices. Don't pay until
you oxaiulno your suit then you -will
wnnt to for It will suit you. --Steam
Laundry; A. V. McKeand manager.
There is no medicine so often needed
hi every homo aud so admirably adapt-
ed to tho purposes for which it Is In-
tended us Chamberlain's Pain Halm.
Hardly a weuk passes but some mem-
ber ot the family has need of It. A
toothache or headache mpy bo cured
by it A touch of rheumatism ot neu-
ralgia quieted. The sovcro pain of a
burn or scold promptly relieved and
tho sore healed in much less time than
when incdluino has to be sent for. A
sprain may bo promptly treatod before
intlummation sots In which Insures a
euro In about one third the time other-
wise required. Cuts and bruises uhould
rccelvo immediate treatment before
the parts bcome swollen which can
only be dono when Pain Halm la kept
at hand. A sore throat niuy bo cured
bet jro it becomes serious A trouble-
601110 corn may bo relieved by applying
U twice a day for a week or two. A
lame back may bo cured and several
days of valuable timo saved or a'paln
In tho side or chest relieved without
paying n doctor bill Procure a .6 cent
uottlo ut onca and you will never re-
gret It. For huio by Llllle & Co
Don't Tobacco ilt or Huioka Your Life
is the truthful startling title of a Ut
ile ooolc about Wo-To-Ilac tho harm
less guaranteed tobacco habit euro
that braces up ulcotlued nerves ullml-
nates tho nicotine poison makes weak'
men gain strength vigor and "maq-.
noon you run no physical or iluan
eial risk us No-To-llac is sold by the
Smtonlan Drug Co. undor a guaranteo
to cure or money rufuudcu. Hook free.
Address Sterling Ilumody New York
"I would rather try thaT medclne
than any doctor I knovofVays Mra
lluttle Mason of Chilton Carter Co;
Mo. in speaking ot Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
For sale by F. H. Llllle Sc Co Drug.
Wanted A reliable active Udy or
gentleman to travel for reliable fatal).
ltshed house. Salary S760 pyalflt
weekly and money advanced for ex-
penses. Situation steady. References.
Unclose self addressed stamped ea
volopo. II. E. How president Cal-
catfo. a 5 1m
Or. !rlc's CrM Raking Pwr
VW Fs Mtfccrt MtfeiwU (Wwc
nno Has Ever Known Vc-dj cf rakw
from a Now Vork tdy fcr
."I would lilio to add my" toMlnioiiy to
that ot others who Imho uqcd r'
Pills and to ny tlmt I hare tnkoti thrm
for many yrar nml tiUrfiyrdortt i the
best results from their line. For stoin-
nch atul lit cr trouble ami for tho eMro
of hendarho camel 1 tlioc ilermiffd-
lucnH A)er s Phis cannul lie equalrdt
When my fiieml ftsk ni what is tho
best rrmrdv for illxordi-is of tho stom-
ach liver or bowi-ls my thvarlnbln
answer K Axei's Pill Taken In seri
on they will brrnk up it cold prevent
la grippe cheiU fever and regulato tho
digest It o org.un. Thcj aro easy k to
lake and nrc Indeed the best all-round
family mtillolnc I hn e over known. "-
Mrs. May Joiinsov CiW? Uidcr Aveiinci
Now York City.
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Ayer'i Sartapanlla Cures all Blood Disorders.
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned assignee of Mrs. Anna Mar-
tin will apnly to the judgo of the dis-
trict court ot the county of Logan
territory of Oklahoma nt the district
court room at 3 o'clock p in. on Mem
day thetli duy of October 13HS for
his discharge from all further duties
liabilities abd lennonsibilitlcM eon
nectcd with the said assignment.
Veder H Paine Assignee.
Guthrie O T. September JU ld9S
We. havo made arrangements with'
one of the best dye lioiisen in the wost
so you can have a suit overcoat or a
lady's dress of any material dyed any
color. Fine ball dresses or any silk
satin or fine dress goods that aro slight
ly soiled can be cleaned by the eele
bratcd French dry cleaning method.
Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases
Guthrie Steam Laundry A W. Mc
Do You Wnnt Clean Hlmi?
0. T. Vinson barber; shop nqnr cor-
ner ot First and Harrison. Clean
shaves the best linlr cuts;- elpun tow
els. Skilled workmen. Cull- on Vin-
For salo At Loader allice; ono lAlf
medium Chandler ifc Price Gordon
press 14x20. It is. in ptirfegv condi-
tion and Is running every da'at our
offlco. Wo must make rooin '(ofjarge
Call and sco my furnished rooms
81.00 per week Seelcy building be-
tween Harrison aud Oklahoma ilvos.
Mrs. Bridges proprietress. 1)-3 lm
Not too to Subtcrlbtrt
Subscribers to The Leader "who fall
to receive their papers promptly 'otory
ures to this plllce at oncu.
"iiuiiI at Lust. ' '
A sure cure. for dlarralrca aud Hum-
mer complaint it is lieggs" didrrhoa
balsam. Druggists do nbi keep It
They sell It. For salb by b'eatou the
Want tu Tru'ilc. "
Thoroughbred stallion ana dthcr
stock for claim or.clty property. Ail-
J. W. WKHlt
Crescent City Ok.
Dou't Iteail Thti
Unless you wish to know that Ileggs
diarrhea balsam is thu best mcdiclno
on earth for summer -complaint. Never
fails. Cures. evor v time. Equally good
for children. Bold aud wai ranted by
How Jn tho world can you ospoct to
bo cured "of piles uillevs you got
a box of Ileggs' German salvo? Sam-
ple boxes free. Equally good for
scalds burns old sores etc. bold aud
warranted by Scaton.
A f.otejy Ifcail of linlr
Is something thut every woman hliould
be proud of and Is something thut ev-
ery person can havo If they uro Ileggs'
Hair renewer Sold by Sea tonlair Drug
Wanted To buy a house. Must be
In good repair; must' lie 'moveable
State. Jocatioh of building nnd lowest
cash price. TAdd"res ortrfll on W I)
Wh'lte 018 E. $prlnger ave. 3t
Bale- Fno alfalfa seed and
rye. . Enquire at Poland's gro-
Oklahoma ave '-
Anyone who is suffering from consti-
pation or Indigestion would do woll
to try Upgga' little glaut pills. They
give perfect satisfaction. Sold by your
popular druggist Seatou.
T a rough Ulialr Car.
T"he Sanfa Fo rpntonowbas throufeh
chair carllneHo' Omaha Neb. via Su-
perior. Leaves Guthrlo at 1 p. in.
L 1 Dklankv Agt.
t x.' -p r r
Hirzel llrpthers lead all others li
groceries' and -provlaloTaa. Try thot
BegBB' Oermsn Salvo.
Ileggg'H3eruin SslvC. .
Heggs' CTerman Salve.-
w Thb greatest" pllo1" ointment n the
world ft b'ures whore all others fail.
Afoo4ltlvo.Jg(uiuujtcb with overy Vox
Cll for sasapte'box 8ld by your pon-1St9V'Urwl-geaUrti.
KfeVf-loUW ttohl know that
croup cajj)ryn:td- Th flrst
syniytom at Hi croup is hoarepe&s
ThklaolUwtl hy a peculiar rough
cough. If Chamberlala'd Cough Rem
epy to gives frly as soon as the child
IweoAOM Uort or tvou after the cough
hu ilveIopd It will prevent the at.
tk. & nd ftO cent bottles for tale
by F. U. Llllle Jb Co. Druggists.
THOMAS S. WHITE
Washiiigfoii D. C
IJ"(Wnr I03-ft0 Atlnntlo Ilbls.
Mining Ioad and Patent Law n
J.R. Kkatoh. Jno. 11. CoTTKnAi
ft&ATON & COTTER AL
Attorney at Law.
lUoms J. 2 and 3 International Loan and
Trust llnlltllug Oklahoma Avo op. U
S Land ofltco.
Din id h. Gilt
Washington. 1). C.
No 0J3 V Street N. W.
Formerly principal examiner pen-
fc'KANK H. CH0STJIWA1TE
1320 If 8t. N. w
iVasliington I). C.
The Land Dopartment
of my ofllee Is conducted by the late
chief of tho Oklahoma Towuslto and
contest divisions. Isoliclt your bust-
nosn and guarantee sntisfacilon.
Attorn av at Law
tTOlTce in Victor Building.
milro Oppimltn City I full
Veterinary Surgeon Surgeon Dentist.
S K cor Noble and First
8c per cubic foot.
All order' sent through the postofllo
will receive prompt attention.
J Caveats and Trade-MatU obtained and all l'at-J
Jrnt buinec auarted lor MoornxTC Fcts.
iOunOrnccisOPi'OsiTtiU.S. Patent OrrictJ
i i d . taiisr mo paicntm less time llua thotcj
Vlii iot ii Washington. S
J Viiil ii d. I ilruuni: or flioto. wuh t'ecrI-
Ju n. Vf advue if )iatcntable or nd (rco of J
J Ltur rr Our fee n t ilue till patent Usecurril. S
J A PAMPHirT " How to Obtaii. I'atentt wilhj
irr ol kAim in the h S. anil foreign counuicJ
J-i.t free. Adilrett S
r r PATENT OrflCC WASHINGTON D. C. 4
Agents to sell our new book Dic-
tionary of United Stales History by
Prof. J Franklin Jameson. Needed
by eyoiy teacher pupil nnd family;
indorsed by press nnd public. Agents
filing fifty books per wcelc. Success.
iui agents mmio general agnlH. irg
What Nerve Berries
fiavo done for other
they will dc
OF 10111 PAY l
ard Permanently Restored aom pa'
A positive cine for all Weaknesses
Navotiiiiess Debility and all their
tr.iin of evils resulting 1 rom early erroi t
mJ Uter excesses; tlie lesult of over-
work sickness worry etc. Develop-
.ml gives tone and strength to tliesex-
uil organs. Stops unnatural losses oi
ilshtly emissions caused by youtliful
eirorsor excessive usenftobacco.opiurr
ind liquor which lead to constimplioi
xnd uran.ty. Their use sliows immedi-
lie improvement. Insist upon having
ehe genuine KERUE BERRIES no other.
G)uenient to cairy in vest pocket'
Pi ice $ 1 .00 per box six boxes one full
iteatment. 5.00. Guaranteed tocure
my cae. If not kept by your drug-
gist we will send them by mail upon
teceipf of pice in plain wrapper.
Pamphlet f i ee. Address mail ordersto
AMERICAN MEDICAL CO.. CINCINNATI. 0.
For sale lnGuihrloOklakmahy F It.
Wllle fc Cp.
' RUBBER STAMPS.
Stencils Seals Ink Pads
Manufactured bj the
Pierce Stan? ui Seal C
KikutA CUT. Mo
Send for price list
P UUhrlrr' Dsll a OtisMd !!.
(T jak . uriinuiiiHt
OrlfiUul hhJ Unl 3-uUe.
U ItrJ and
jOIM bviJad vlih LIim rll
" It ilrf for l-llr.- tm Jwfar rium
C M Orlmer A a McMillan
(Hismcr & McMillan
Sacccor tu U ChrUni
Up to data
Sign work doue hix short notice.
Shop Clirlscn's old atnd 113 N. 1st
street. Wc solicit flrst 91m work.
IVIf llfM '
m l u'
si m ujj
Aro tho Host.
HIcyclcB bought sold ted eschnnRcd lllcyelcs 6old on inslall-
mcnls. Our prices nnd Ruarantco will interest you Full line
of cyclo sundries Repairing of all Ulnd- done and work guar-
anteed. Give us a i
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
113 113 1-2 Oklahoma Ave.
E. N. KNAUSS Manager
C. !!. COLE ROOFER.
Manufacturer and appllcr ot Colo's Asphaltuin Iron ( lad Roof Paint Tho
best for metnl ana shingle roofs. Maltcs shingles llho slate Also put on ns-
phaltum gravel sand tar and pitch roofs aud las the genuine usplinlluin
walks and pnvcinents and artificial stone Old roofs repaired and mado as
good as new. Staclcs and stand pipes pai.iteil and repaired All worlc guaran-
teed. Rest of references.
C. H. COLE.
200 W. Okla. Ave. Scntonlan Drug Co.
ST. MAEY'S INSTITUTE
A Hoarding am! Day School for Young Lailios ami Ulrla
OOLLEQE HILL DALLAS TEXAS.
81xthyear. Founded by the IU. Rev. A. C. Oarrett bishop of northern
Texas and under his supervision. Will open Sept. 18 1893. Collcgo nnd Pre-
paratory Courses. Classics and Higher Mulheinatlea la charge of graduates of
Wcllesley College and University of Toronto. Doparttncuts of Music and Art
under direction of the best instructors trained in Uermany. England und New
England Conservatory of Music. Elocution taught by graduate of the Einur-
boci School of Oratory Ilostou. Tonus for tuition including nncisnt and
modern languages and all English branches board fuel light washing S3 OC
per Ar.num. Music Art Elocution extra charges. For catalogues and fur
ther information address MISS TORBERT Principal Su Mary's InstHute Da as
' EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
H. H. PERRY Prop'r.
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
Ono Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the BesUTrade Only. Best Good
In Stock all the Time
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone No. 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
M. L. TUKNGK President
Capital fully paid
The Big Collar
The largest stock and the lowest prices in thu territory Manufacturers and.
and wholcsule dealers in
SADDLERY AND HARNESS
of every description Illankets Uobis Whip utc. A large stock to select
from Examine our goods and prices till 04) findings u specially.
Look tor tlio lilB CoIIah
l OK. A vs.
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
Mrs A V Sauaders "111 close out her entire stool in the next ninety
days at wholesale prices. Come early Und get your cUoIco f.-ow the finest as-
sorted lino of millinery goods in tho city
Guthrie Millinery Bazaar;
10T OK. AVE.
. ... . ...... i - ' '
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. &
fiMt-eUac llry Uorns at Stillwater xui Orlfcudo. The tost of tcftms as4
haOTd fMillUa for rryi pMengr btwen theM two poiata. Tamu
Jlwftjt rwbdr to Urt at any time la the day and return at your pleasure
TIm abcriMt aa4 qaiakMt rU btwM Or Ibrlo and U11 water is yla Or Ian
tin i w i ri i i
OEO E. MLLlNU.sr.EY Cahler.
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VAN WYCK Prop's.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 101, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 3, 1895, newspaper, October 3, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73449/m1/2/: accessed May 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.