The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 101, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 3, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR LOANS ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE SEE W. M. BRONSON BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY BU1LDIKG.
WITNESSED AT THE DAPTI9T
-MUDCH LAST EVEN: NO
CORKER STOKE PROPERLY PLACED.
A MrR Crowd of Cltln rreeOl A
Church Strnclnre That Will 11a IIib
1'Mile of Our City -A 1'mlor Who
1 n Ilimtltr-Kliie Supper Servetl
llr the Ladles Dr. Hail
A lnrjro number of citizens of Guth-
rio assembled at the new' llaptlst
church edifice corner of Noble avenue
and Vine street at 4 o'clock last even-
ing in response) to the announcement
of the corn of stone laying to take
place at that hour.
Owing to the fact of Rev. Dr. llass.
of Oklahoma City having missed his
train at IJdmond the exercises did not
commence until 4:30. At that hour
tho pastor of the church Uev. L. I).
Holt called tho audience to order and
announced the opening of tho exer-
cises by the singing of an appropriate
hymn Iter. W A. Uosworth followed
with prayer after which Rev. L. J.
Dyke superintendent of Uapilst mis
slon work for Oklahoma and Indian
territories was Introduced and ad-
dressed the audience. Rev. Dyke who
Is tho pioneer Baptist worker of tho
territory said lie had come ovor thrco
hundred miles to mako a tan minute
speech but ho was glad to come and be
present on so auspicious occasion Ills
work brought him into connection
with all tho new church ventures in
the territory and ho was nlway glud
to see a congregation take hold to
build a new building as he knew It
would unite them and cause them to
do their best and go forward in all
lines. Most pcoplo need an incentlvo
to do their best In every city la Okla-
homa and many country communities
fine church buildings had been erected
which were nloco mado pos-
sible by tho help received
from missionary funds lu tho
east There were about thirty llap-
tist churches In thu territory all but
two of uchich had received from SIOii
to 3503 aid from tho board of missions
ii.OOO in alt having been granted as
& I to tho erection of Oklahoma
churches: in tuu five years ho had been
In the territory. Nona had received a
very i&rgo amount out It is not so
much tho amount of aid granted but
the encouragement it was to tho peo'
pie to do their best. None of ns do
our best and oue of the most serious
things We will be charged with on tho
last judgment day will bo that wo
failed to do all wo could in the cause
of right. We all hold back and wait
for Incentive and When tho encour-Ufci-rnenl
Is given us e pitch In anu
do grcut things bo it has been in thu
granting of aid to congregations to
build churches it has always proven
an incantlvo for tho pcoplo to do much
more thau thoy at first had any idea it
could do. It was a good thing and he
hoped it would work here in Oulhrlc
us it did everywhere else.
V Koylor treasurer of tho congre-
gation tli en read a statement showing
Unit up to dalu there had Ueu col-
lected into tho building fund SI IS? .VI.
paid out 855 01 leaving a cash bal-
unco of SIU1.CO on hand.
I'ast'-r Holt then spoke for tho build-
ing committee. Ho tald that almost
overy day he was asked where all the
money war coining from needed to
vompleto tho church. Ho did not
know but ho fult that tho Lord had
called them to bull! tho church and
Ho would see that the funds were
Owing to llie hard times ud the lsrce num.
berol book our pcnpla are compelled to pur-
chase we hare decided to make publishers
wholesale 111 price. From this date Kcpl. 21
1805 a par list published below:
I.Ut of Nehool lloohs
McGuirr' Hev. Primer. ... .. . . . $ 15
"i Speller 20
" " lit Reader. . .51)
' " 2nd " lil
" 3rd '
" 4th " . . so
" 5th " 7J
Thompson's Intellectual Arithmetic. . . 3S
Milne' PlrtIruiiM lu " .... 25
High School Aictbra . 100
Kajr's Prlniarjr Arithmetic . 15
Elementary Arithmetic . ....... . .. 35
" Practical A rilhmetlc jo
llarne' Elementary Geography 55
Complete " . 1 25
Kclectlc I'll ileal ' . I 00
I.uin; ' Language Lessons part t 20
Lout-' Language Lessons part 2 25
Long' Lnwui In English . 35
Loclcwood'a Lessons lu English .. J 15
JIarrey' IJIemeuUry Grammar . . w
lUrrejr'a English Grammar tS
QuaiUnbo' ContposttlBu and Khetorlc . t 00
JijiniV Primary History to
Uilot UUtory .. 1 00
Marl. haw' I'.HgJUh History . 1 05
Am. ricanCepy UeuV" ... pj
1 rijikUn. ppy Hook 10
White' Drawlugllwjk Nos. Ho 3 10
Miicruol- writing Speller 5
Natural MuMc Primer
- hlld'k Health Primer
Youit! Tropic Physiology
Morcrand Llndo ' ChemUtry
(iilleti Kullv' A sin aoi.i.
Holder' Koulwgy .
..cCuntc's ( oology
Jlarkucss's Lai. 'jrauimar.....
Casar' Commentaries J 20
" Clceio' Orations- 25
Harper and Kurgess' Ind. Latlr Method 1 00
nature a Keaaer 30
llryaal & Strattou Book-keeping' h0
Gray' Botany . j m
Thanking our friend for their generous
patroMkj-e w ire Your truly
f . LILLIE k CO
Drift iMic Niws Dipt
QUTHRIB O. T :
for' coming. Tho building when
completed would cost S4 000 Over
one-fourth of this Had already been
raised In cash the congregation hod
subscribed ovcrSliOOOmor. theehunli
board would give n liberal am 'lint and
they expected tho oltizi ns .jido o
tholr membership to fflvc about SOOt j
jt.'UO. They would put up astructuc
that would stand for all time and ont
! that would he an ornament anu credit
to the city and thoy felt tho citizens
would respond Uboral'y and give thai
After the close of this statement the
corner stone was laid the prayer be
ing offered by Ilcv. L. I). Ilnss D. I)
of Oklahoma City.
The following articles were placed
la the s'onc:
Complete file of tho llaptlst Visitor.
Copies of Dally Leader and State
List of church membership.
List of church subscriptions to tho
Photograph of tho breaking groun"
for the building.
Names of Ludles Aid society.
Copy of Unptlst Standard and of
llaptlst hymn book.
Pennies letter heads visiting and
business cards and a sprig of geran-
ium. The exercises then closed with the
singing of a hymn written for the oc-
casion by the pastor.
Tho lodlcB of the congregation then
served a genuine old fashioned New
England supper which made a man
sorry ho couldn't cat for thrco or
four. A large number partook of the
delicious viands tho proceeds amount
ing to about SiO.
In the evening Rev Bass who is one
of the most interesting talkers In the
Uirrltory dellveied u fluo lecture to u
good sized audience entertaining all
thoroughly for an hour.
Tho new strncturo will not only bo
tho first brick and stone church In
Guthrie but will undoubtedly bo the
handsomest and most commodious
church in the terrltorj. It will have
a seating capacity of 100 talsed seats
baptistry lecture room primary room
and pastor's study and bo urranged In
accordance with tho latest atul most
Some of the listeners thought the
pastor of the church a little visionary
whon he said he did not know where
tho money was coming from but
trusted to the Lord to provide it. It
would be very visionary for some men
to do this but Rev. Holt docs not bit
around with folded hands waiting for
tho Lord to bring him that money.
Ho is iip and doing all tho time plan-
ning some new work every day got-
tlng around among his people and the
citizens raising a little of tho money
i horo and a little there but keeping
everlastingly at It. He has already
dono a wonderful work in tho church
here bolug always ably seconded by
his worthy wife and Is moving forward
with his building and other projects.
In the artistic and expressive lan-
guage of tho great west he is "a hus-
tler from way back" and "will do to
tie to every tlmo "
Col ton Dooming.
The cottou market was booming
again yesterday largo quantities com-
ing In. Tho highest price reached dur-
ing tuu tiny wus 8." Outhrio Is un-
ion budly thu bjst cotton market In
Lost. A heavy cray shawl some
nlaco on tho road between 11 L Her-
key's resldunco and the llaptlst church
Wednesday morning. Finder please
Icavo at tho Leader ofllce and receive
reward. 10 tf.
Go to llirzel Brothers for cheap gro-
ceries. 1 10 1m.
(lulhrle Okla. County ot Logan
September It IBuS. f
Thr Im.-inl nf rnuntv commissioners mil'
vuaut to aillournmrnt. met at thi-onlirof
the count v cleric in the cltv of tlutlirie. Ok
lahoma. Vresciu AUifHon Stapletun and
Attest- K. Kramett Stewart. Clerk
The couimUsloncru examining various re-
port and coilsUlcrlng various claim on
motion adjourned to meet at I o clock tun
Guthrie. Okla Sent. li. 1 00 n m leva.
Kiumeu .iiwwari tierK
The hoard of countv rommUsioncrn. uur
MUant to adjournment met at thenmcoof
the countv clerk in the cltv ot Quthrlr. Ok
lahoma Present' Alherum Stapletoti and
Attest: It Emmett Stewart Clerk
The commlnsloncm took under considera-
tion various claims and reports
The following arc the claims allowed dur-
ing the special kt-sslou of September. 1K by
the board ot county cotnmlskloner. toult:
Sept. 12. 1895. N II Sturgts. salary for
kcrvlce as rnuntv rommlsuloncr t 45 00
Sopl IS Ibun. U W Hopkins fuel forco.
sept v. ino. A i-oicie rareoi jiauper
Sept. 12 1HU5. S. 1' Atherton salary for
services as county commlioncr
Sept IS 18V5. W W Iluchanan c.irc co.
iw. V It su
w5. W K Staulclon. halarv for
Sept. 11 Itwa. Prank Anderson cxamln-
hervices a county commissioner
. - . .... -..
inir record and account
Sept V. lbW. II C Uwlnnell rent of Haz-
Sept. IS. 1HV5. U W Hopkins merchan-
dise for countv Poor
Sept. iwtt. Wm Stapleton llv'y hire
Sept. IS. H5. l)r W V Klmbetly. ser-
vice a countv physician
Sept. 8. lii. I. w llaxter service as
Sept IS. mi. W Y lvlmberly lriedical
service and medtrln ' ...
Sept V. I8V5 W i NcCancr. plumbing
county Jatl and building .
Sept. IS. IbM Mr Vianna J Huston
Stpt is I8V5. w W Painter
orw 10 April iwi
Sent. 12. 18US. W
V Painter washing
for prisoners in April Mar
June lt5 20 00
Sept. IS. 1885. W W I'.'nter. stamps t 00
scut. is. IMS. w w rainter. criminal
nork. second term lt5 1&7 ti
sept is lwa. w r iwraoeriy -en-ice a
tins. I'abst let
pt. 0. IW5. V tl Jame .. )auie
uo u J -Jones. 'nercuasilUi.
lor countv nnnr
Pcpi.e. 1-w. J CUana. iter handls
Sept. 12 1S36. J It Keaton. wit f es
rrank Hlndman. wit fee
Prank UelAe. wit fee
WllCoile Juror fee
Hank of Lid. Ter . Wit fer
do do do do
do do do do
do do do do
Otto Hanson wit fee
Dr II L Smith wit fee
AJSptugle. wit fee
J Daniel wit fee
do do do do
P O Rotenbaum. juror fee
J S Lyon wit fee
Upon motion the commissioners adjourned
to seel in regular session October T llttt.
vo ciocs a m.
Attest; R Kramett Stewart Clerk
Highest of all la Leavtobg Power.
Special to the Lender
Uaiuikn City Kas. Sept. 30. This
place Is unltkcncd by the many pcoplo
In attondanco on the Kansas State Ir-
rigation convention which meets here
Oct. 1 and 2 and tho Finney County
Fair which will bo In progress Oct. 2
to 4 Inclusive. Tho windmill and
pump display already on the grounds
is far superior to any exhibition of Its
kind ever made.
An excellent program has been ar-
ranged and many promlnont persons
arc constantly arriving.
Oklahoma territory continually
demonstrates her Interest lu irriga-
tion matters by having representatives
at these meetings. Her rcproscutation
at tho national congress was marked
and strong and although Hon. J. V.
Admire could not remain for tho state
convention ho slapped over ouo day
and was driven over o largo scope of
country that he might mako personal
inspection of our irrigation systems
Prof. Magrudcr Is now busy here look-
ing after Oklahoma's In this line. '
liit Nlchl'd Kiiirrtulnracnt Was All
Dick P. Sutton's Texas company pre-
sented the great historical play 'Texas'
at McKeonon's opera houio last even-
ing to a fair sized audience all of whom
were pleased with tho troupe and the
play Albert Toylor who had the
leading part as Jim Howie is a young
actor of ability and raro promise for
tho future and ho was well supported
by a well picked company who kpow
just how to give a pleasant evening's
c-jtcrUlnmcnt. Tho audience was de
lighted with Miss Maude Sutton's
dancing and the sweet stnglng of
Thcltna A mbcrguc brought forth an
enthusiastic encore Belcher tickled
tho boys and girls and everybody went
away pleased with tho entertainment
and Inspired by the patriotic teachings
of tho play.
A VERY SAD CASE.
Valine Lilly Indicted us Accessory to Her
Deputy Sheriff Harry Painter re-
turned yesterday from Indiana bring-
ing with him Miss OUlo Roc n hand
some young lady aged nincteon who
was recently indicted by tho grand
jury as an accessory to tho death of
her sixteen year old sister Miss Daisy
Roc who died last spring from the ef-
fects of a criminal operation.
She is charged with aiding the doc-
tor who is already under bond for the
Sho at onco gavo bond for her ap-
pearance when called for trial.
She Is a young lady well known and
highly rospected and her many
frluuds feel that sho will surely prove
herself innocent of any connection
with so serious u crimo.
llluo In Hoe
Jim ltlue well known to all old
tinier in Guthrie Is looking through
tho bars at tho federal jail this morn-
ing from the inside having been
brought here yesterday from Win field
Ku.s. and jailed on a charge of hav
ing impersonated a pension examiner
und fraulcntly received fees from
persons on tha promlso of securing
them peiiblous. Tho olllcers here
hava been on his track for a long
tlmo but liu always managed to ovado
IL S Parley advanco agont for Ed-
mund's Comedy company which will
appear here next week in the great
play "Sldo Tracked" came In lost
night and is doing tho city.
Furnished front room for
1 1 road.
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
Ilrlef UlHiices l'otnteil nt Happenings fn
nnd About the City
S. Ilurkott is ovor from Enid.
Rev. E. F. ISoggess Is hero for a faw
Mrs. II. C. Nkholtou Is down from
I). R. Wldmer has been at Perry sev-
Rev. C K. Queen returned from Now-
kirk last night.
Attorney J. 11 -Keaton went to Ok-
lahoma City last night.
0. C. Holland is entertaining
brother Mayor Uollanuoi Perry.
Presiding Elder Palmer returned
from tho Mulhall camp meeting last
Rev. Aloxauder M. Lenox pastor of
tho Congregational church of West
Guthrie has gono to Nowklrk to at
tend tho association
Mrs. W A. Frazler Is at Oberlln. K
visiting at Mrs. Fruiter's old homo.
Sho will remain to attend the wadding
ot a sister next week.
- - fi ' ' '
Mrs E D. Nix on Tuesday afternoon
gavo a dellght-'ul party to twenty of
the little girl friends 'of Mies Mabel
thq occasion being hcr'sixth birthday
II O. Iilxon "roturned from Perry
yesterday havlug successfully pmtl
an examination befere the territorial
board of pharmacy and is now a full
Hedged registered pli.rta.c.st
Latest U.S. Gov't Repot
THE COMING CONVENTION.
Terrltorlnl Solidity School Convention
Outhrio Next Slonth.
Tho Second Annual Territorial Sun-
day School Convention is called to
meet ia Outhrio Wednesday and
Thursday Nov 0 and 7 and promises
to bo ono tf tho most interesting reli-
gious meetings over held In tho terri-
tory lllshnp Vincent Prof. Hleltllor
of Illinois and other prominent Sun-
day school workors will ba on the
program and there will bo mid r esses
on all phases of Sunday sshool work
normal drills teachers' and olll era'
conferences question bo.t and every-
thing going to ulako up a profitable
thorough Up-to-date meeting.
Every Sunday school officer and
teacher In the territory should bo
present and every Sunday school
should send a delegate to bring back n
report. Superintendents and secretar-
ies every whero should send a report by
return mail to tho territorial secretary
Fred L. Wenner Outhric Okln. giv-
ing tinmen of ofllccr.s number of tench-
ors and scholars enrolled nnd average
attendance for past quarter. Remem-
ber that every denomination Is repre-
sented In tho association and all are
allko Interested in its succots.
In tho case of James Green against
the City of Outhrlot whero plulutllt
suod for 81300 damages for negli-
gently constructing a ditch the jury
roturned a verdict of 810 for plulntlff.
Charles J. Dold Mercantile Co vs.
W W. Painter et nl on trial before
It V. lllack vs. J. S. Monthc suit on
notes verdict for defendant.
Smi.li tho bill distributor has re-
turned from an extensive advertising
trip in tho east for the now Rush. Ho
is preparing to handle If necessary
100000 hills during fair week Sue
him or address Oklahoma Advertising
Co box 300 Guthrie. O. T. 7 42 U
Stoves and other household goods
for sale cheap. Call at 415 iS'orth
Mrs. M. J.
shop to 11'
lw Mrs kT. IC Tingle received n new
supply of the latest and newest stylos
and Invites everybody to come und
taka a look at them. dt3
If you have anything you want dyed
you can havo It out by falrtlmc If wo
get it by Wednesday noon. Steam
One of our furmcrs desiring to en-
gage in other business will sell his
improved bottom land farm within
two miles of Guthrie for 81400 half
cash Address It. Iirunncr care Lea-
der. - 0 20 t4
The U. S. Qov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to alt others.
Curo For lleiidarlii.
As a remedy for all forms of head-
ache Elcctriu Hitters has proved to bu
the very best. It effects a permanent
cure ami tho most dreaded ense of
habitual sick hoadacho yields to Its in
iluonce We urge all who arc alllicted
to procure u bottle and glvo this rem-
edy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Electric Miters cures by
giving the needed tone to tho bowels
and a few coses long resist the use ot
this medicine. Try It once. Large
bottles only fifty touts at Scatonian
I offer for salo my well known
boarding house under tho Capitol Na-
tional bank. Good reasons for selling.
Mrs. Van Voorhees.
Furnished room to rent In private
family. lis No bio avc. u 1 4t
Granulated sugar 10 lbs. for SI; ax
with handle (warranted) 7Sp. F. it
We cau cjean your suit or overcoat
on short notice and do you llrst-ulass
work. Prices 'low as tho lowest
.steam Laundry. t3
About millinery openings! Mt&s Pat-
terson tho Harrison atrect milliner
The most beautiful and tho cheapest
In tho city. Also tho best trimmer in
In the territory. Whlfo you are doing
tho "openings" don't fall to soo what
she has and get her prices which will
surely give you a pleasant surprise.
Annual fall opening next Wftdnes
day and Thursday Oct 3 aud 3. Lu
dies are invited to call whether thev
want to purchaso or not. Music will
bo one of tho attractions.
Justice dockets latest- stylo neatly
bound for salo at Thk Lkadku oMcj
fLI tUnrato4 ft vmM. rtWi dtpoti T. Niv.
I ; m mi i mu Mm. u rents
4J.IVB WIN ve
mrt u a.
tft wfi - ' s
I'Htnt Kodlnic of n Sprre.
Special to tho Lender.
Cleveland O. T Oct. 2 James
Davonport a man fifty years old and
father ot ten children was burned to
death horo just after midnight in fcho
city calnbooso. lie was painting the
ijwn red and was locked up. It Is
u)4po3id that ho tried to escapo by
fvnrnlng through tho floor but tho fire
got tho start of htm and burned up tho
building and Davenport with it His
cries wero terrible.
A tlnsy Mnn
Mrs. I? O. Lyun living near Ilonncs-
sey recently gave birth to a fine baby
boy i'ho remarkable feature nf the
case Is that this child Is the twenty
fifth of whlsh Mr. Lyon Is the father.
Of this number twelvo wero girls and
thirteen boys Mr. Lyon has been
married thrs3 times and Is now In his
To the Lndle ot Unthrlc
Tho Congregational Woman's Ex-
change is now located at SOS Oklahoma
avenue with Mr. llusonbark whero
you can get homc-mado cakes pics
broad salt rising aud yeast cookies
ote. Leave orders for salads veal loaf
lloslou brown bread or anything in
homo tuado cooking.
Orders solicited for parties recep-
tions afternoon teas. Everything
fresh aud clean.
Dr. Ignatz Mayer eye ear throat
and nose specialist cau be consulted
dally except Sunday at his ofllce
over the Hoc Hlvo from 0 to IS n. m.
and 2 to 5 p. m. tf
For sale or trade Good work horse;
will soil cheap for cash or trade for
good driving horse. Address 1201 W.
First published In tho Guthrie Dally
Leader OcL 3
To whom It may concern:
Notlbo Is hereby given that John
firm hat this day Hied his petition for
license to retail liquors in Guthrie
Logan county Oklahoma and that
unless objection to the sumo as re-
quire J by law bo filed by tho 17th dny
of October A. D. 1895 said petition
will be granted.
R. Emmett Stewart
County Clerk. .
Guthrie O. T. October 8 1895.
Nothing adds moro to tha
comfort and appaarancoof
a gentleman than a suit of
well-fitting clothes. Ho
always looks well is ever
nt ease.and feels as though
llfo itself is worth living.
Geo. H. Willis the cntor-
prislng and exclusive tall-
or of this clty.ngaln greets
his patrons and tho public
in general with tho finest
Full und Winter Piece Goods
that were ever brought
to this city. He always
guarantees a perfect lit
and In.itcs a personal In-
spection of his goods.
Victor Rlock 1st and Harrison
Cor. Oklahoma avenue und First at
Residence: Corner Noble Ave and
Ii. L. Colien The
Tailor has moved to
114 Oklahoma Ave.
Olsmith Arms Co.
and Sportsmen's Goods Agents for the
Celebrated . Remington Bicycle
Is llio place to go when you wnnt nnythiiip In his line
tried you will bn convinced of the nnnroprlatenoss
or his motto:
Full line of Drugs Druggist's Sundries Paints Oils Slntlouory
Sponges Hummocks Croquet etc.
Oel his prices before you buy.
204 Cor. Oklahoma Ave and first St.
The New Rush
GRAND FALL OPENING
EVENING . . .
Music by the Military Band. On tills day only
20 PER OENT DISCOUNT
From oui already low prices on Fail Dress Goods Uur assortment consists-
of all tho latest Importations aswell as of tho moro staple styles and this ills-
kuiiui inn uppiy m our entire line
WALLY ONG'S OAFE
Oysters Fish and Game of all Kinds on Hand-
all the time.
Only short order house In Guthrie. Second si. near Hurrisoi..
GUTHRIE FAIR GROUNDS
OCT. 8 9 10 II and 12
Will eclipse- nil nrovlous meetings in suecd ring nnd cxlhit
Only Mile Track In (he Southwest.
Oct 8 Children's day; Oct. 9. Wheelmen's day; Oct. 11 Old Soldier's dtly?.
Oct. 12 Stock day. Write to Secretary
A. A. HUMPHREY Guthrie.
DR. IGNATZ MAYER
Ota 13 in to Oil
Olllco over lice Hive's New Store 0k. Ave. UuthrJo 0. T.
Tractlce Limited to Diseases and Surgery of the
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SPECTACLES AND EVE ULASSES
Scientifically adjusted to suit the most complicated cases of defectlva sight.
J. W. MoNEAL Pbks
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
Capital - - - $50000
Surplus . - - 10000
wuicn is uy tar tlie largest In the city
A.J SKAY VTCK-FBhsmicii
t Directors In addition to Jlank Ofllcsrsi
IIOUAOK Ul'KKU UOHT. MARTIN 11KNKY MNN
W. J. HORSFALL Caahler.
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