The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 104, Ed. 1, Sunday, October 6, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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THE JLBAUEE. GTJTHEIE OKLAHOMA.
It tll.IIUAl) tisih TAULK.
SOUTH U&yNO. .
No. 4m Chicago Hxpross 5:13am.
Nil Iih Mo. HfverHxpress...... 5:03 p.m.
No. 4 '2 Way Freight..". 7:00 a.m.
No. ia"i. Texas lixpresa ..10:30 p.m.
No. 407 Oklahoma Kxpross....l2:30p. m.
No. 4l':i Way Freight 1:00 p.m.
Passengers should procuro tickets boforo
petting on tho train.
Cliuotnw Oklnhomn nuil Calf It. It.
Sunday Mall anil Exp.oss 0:00 :i. m.
IJxpress 4:40 p. m.
Mull mill Accommodation 8:20 a. in.
Sunday Mull and Kxpross....l2:0." p. m.
K press 7:f." p. m.
Mail and Accoiiiiiiodatlon 1215 a. m.
GUTHU1B LOUUE NO. 3. I. O. O. F.
' Meets Monday night o' oach week
at 7:30. Visiting Odd Follows aro
always welcome J. Foucaut N U.
FitANcm A. Mkyi'.ttk Scc'y.
GtitJTUMU LODUti NO. 1 A. O. U.
W . meol Thursday evcnlmri of
week at 1:30 p. in flail In Victoi
block corner First and Harrison. Visit-
ng workmen always volcome.
C. C. HoiXAxn M. W.
O. It. Montoomkiiv Uncordcr.
OUTIIRtr. UIIKJK NO. 2
A. I' k A. M. ltceular meet-
ing ihlnl Tuesday evening
In each month at F o'clock.
AH brethren cordially in-
vited to attend.
II. 1 . AKDRRY Sec.
II B. TOUD. W. M.
DAILY WKATIIKlt FOKKOAHT.
Special report for Thk Daily
IiKaiii.u by W. J. Walters observer
United .States weather bureau:
Ilighcbt tomperaturo yesterday: 73
Forecast for today: Fair and
Ilainfnll .00 inches.
FOR THE CUBAN CAUSE.
lrc!t NuMoiml Sympathetic Mail Bloct-
Ins Propositi for October 31.
Ciik'aoo Oct. 5. Every mayor of
every city town and village through-
out the United States will bo advised
and requested by tho executive com-
mittee of tho Cuban Hyinpathotlo mass
meeting held in Chicago lust Monday
night to confer with tho most promi-
nent and public bplrited citizens to nr-
rungo for a national musi meeting tho
night of Thursdny October 31. for tho
purpose of tiwnkonlng u kindly feel-
ing toward tho suffering and patriotic
Cubans who aro struggling for lib-
erty Tho committee will aUo call
upon every prominent organization in
the country for the co-operation of its
branches in every M'etlon. Churches
of evei y denomination and fraternal
unil li.-iiuvolent societies will also bo
tailed upon for as.lhtanco in making
the mass meeting on October 31 a great
wave f public opinion and sympathy
for the Lublin came from tho l'.ieillc
to tho Atlantic and from llrltlsh Co-
lumbia to Mexico.
HIGHLY COLORED REPORTS
Tho Terrible Outnigc mi Armrnlniis Not
Nearly S 11ml u Stated.
I.osnoy Oct. 4. A dispatch to the
Tall Mall Uazotto from Constantinople
nays: Una of the foreign dolcgates to
tho international commission of in-
quiry says that its report will show
that the total number of inhabitants
of tho HasRoun valley did not exceed
i.oi-M' and that the number of Armen-
ians killed in tho oapturo of tho vil-
lages of Smnal Shcmulc and Uhellgu-
7nn and in tho taking of Antokdagh
pabs was at most 3HJ to 500.
it is also claimed that the report
will demonstrate that there Is no evi-
dence that anyone was killed in cold
blood or that there were any mutila-
tions of women or children. Finally
Jt is asserted tliat about forty persons
wero buried in tho death pit at Obeli-
raizan and that the statement that a
number of women threw themselves
ovur n ell IT in order to avoid dishonor
Is iilto ful.sc.
NEW YORK POLITICS.
Itrpiihllr.tnH Not Iuclliicit to Fun With
the Antl-Tmntimiiy l'coilt
New Yoiik Oct '.. Political Interest
Is entirely focusscd upon the question
whether the Republicans of tho city
will agree to nominate a fusion ticket
In eompany with tho independent or-
ganizations to oust Tammany.
Mr 1'latt has sovcral times declared
that tho Republicans should nominate
r. straight ticket Ills lieutenant Mr.
Iauterbach said In an interview that
thoro would bo no union ticket or
that at most tho Republicans would
concede no moro than two or threo of
tlu minor ofllces on such a ticket to
1 Itulminons Kop on Training.
t'i.ni'i'8 CintlBTl Texas Oct. 5. Fltz-
slmmons. goos right along with his
training notwithstanding tho legisla-
ture's action at Austin. He says ho
1ms an offer from responsible parties
Jo pull tho fight off should tho Flori-
da Athletic club fail to do so. He says
lie Is dutormlned to givo Corbett no
jiosfclbtu opportunity to escape him
und that tho big dudo will cither havo
to Iljrht or Uavo tlio country branded
;is u coward who Is afraid to meet a
jnjjjiuliois much smaller tliuu him-
el( JiiTMtlgittlnir McyclUt Li-ni' Murder.
J.onoo.V) i)t. C An Armenian
i-orrespondont say that u path a
who ha buon appointed by tho
Sul'.ou to carry out projected re-
fonuB in Armc.ila has granted
juirmih-siun to William A. Sachtloben
the St. InilSs bicyclist to accompany
Iiiui to llayazld. and has promised to
iill him in clearing up the matter of
tlio murder of Frank Lenz tho Ameri-
can bicyclist for which purposo Mr.
avhllcbou went to Turkey.
1 SlnuuUr Accident.
Coi.ujinua Kan. Oct f.--Ycstedaw
Ouy Ediuonston met his death in a
yery ttrango iifannor. He was paint-
ing a tank about seven feet high using
jurnrtnc jalnt After Cuishing tho
upper portion of tho work ho do-
.seended to tho bottom with a lighted
.candle It being too dark to geo with-
out artificial light and the flame of
tho can Jlo exploded the gas generated
iiy the paint killing Ulra Instantly.
Tho Woinu AhM tu MvnlMP
CiUA Mom tct 5. -Licy 3iw
.v v.- -X- w v- ..- -.!$
HHEANERKM TOBACCO CO.
OORHAM M.C. U.S A
High Gradt Tobacco
ors in jail as tnc nccoifrpiice or will-
lam Dyer In tlio murder of Farmer
Thompson Walker in this citv Satur-
day night to-day acltnowlcgcil having
given tho weapon to Dyer who then
shot Walker. She has heretofore main-
tained her innocence.
Million Seltrri nt "tVlcliltn.
Wichita Kan. Oct 5. --Yesterday
tho assistant attorney general declared
war on Iho Anhcusur-Uuscli llrewlng
company and a dctachmpnt of police
and deputy shelriirs sivooped down on
their largo wholesaling depot here and
.solved several thousand dollars' worth
Shot Down by n Mob.
Ciiattanoooa Toiiii. Oct. 4. Noal
Smith u negro convict who recently
assaulted a young whito woman at
Colo Cily (Jii. after beating her into
insensibility was hist night taken
from the prison guaids by a mob from
Tennessee ami Alubaina and shot to
Wnlcr I'uinluo In tho Kiist.
j'iiii.adkm-iiia Oct 5. Reports re-
ceived from different parts of Eastern
Pennsylvania and New Jersey Indi-
cate that the country Is sulferlmr a
diouth of huge proportions. In somo
places theiu is almost a famine on ac
count of lack of water.
Srctttary Herbert Tulkn.
MoMdOMKitv Ala. Oct. 5. Secre-
tary Herbert delivered an address at
the theater last night In favor of tho
administration's llnnuciul policy.
About 310 people were present in
Itoyiil Ladle' Auxlllnry.
On Wednesday evening October t'
Special Ilrigado Commander Mrs. M.
II. Egjfloston of Oklahoma county
and Special Rrigado Commander Mrs.
Eflle O. Randall of Lincoln county
will organize a Royal Ladles' Auxili-
ary of Loyal Americans In this city.
A sufficient number to obtain a char-
ter has already been obtained and tho
charter fee provided for and henco an
earnest invitation is extended to the
ladies of Outhrio to bo present and
join tills nollo order. The Ancient
Order of Loyal Americans hts opened
a Held for women's work that onables
them to bring about many needful
reforms and every Christian mother
should glvo tho order her support.
While It Is necessary to havo ten char-
ter members to start still 100 can
join if present The wives of all the
pastors in tho city should bo present
on this night and join tills company.
Ladies of Outhrle If you want to
enlist in a noblo cause be sure to
come to the probate court room in the
county court house on tho above date.
I M Jay.
Colonel First Regiment.
I offer for salo my well known
boarding houso tinder the Capitol Na-
tional bank. Good reasons for selling.
Mrs. Van Voorhecs.'
FurnUlicd room to rent in private
family. 115 Noblo aye. 0 I H
Trinity church Noble and Ilroad
Sunday Oct 3: Sunday reboot 10 a.
m. ; sermon and holy communion 11 a.
in.; evening choral service 7:30 p. m.;
Wednesday servlco 7:30 p. m. ; Friday
Litany 10 a. in.
Thursday October 8 will bo chil-
dren's day at Huff's photograph studio
110 West Oklahoma avenue us well as
at tho fair and ho will make free neg-
atives of all chllldrcn accompanied by
their parents. That the old folks may
not feci 6lightcd he also offers to give
a lino crayon portrait freo with every
frame ordered that day. Don't forget
the day and place. You make the se-
lection and Huff dopn tho rest
Stoves and other household
for salo cheap. Call at 41fi
Qo to Hlrzol Ilrothers for cheap gro-
ceries. 1 19 lm.
Did You Kver
Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to bo peculiarly adapt
ed to tho relict and euro of all female
comnlaints exerting a wonderful di
rect Inlluenco in giving strength and
tone to the organs. It you have loss
of appetite consumption and hcadacho
fainting bpclli. or If you are nervous
sleepless excitable melancholy or
troubled with dizzy spells Electric
Hitters is the medicine you need.
Health and strength arc guaranteed
by Its use. Largo bottles only fifty
cents at Scatonian Drug store.
First published in Outhrio Dally Leader
Oct 0 1805.
Notice for Publication.
Land ofllco at Guthrlo o. T Oct. j.
Notice Is hcrahy Riven that thn follow -
liig-named bottler nan 11 led notico of bU
Intention to mawo nuai proof In supinirt
of his claim and that eaid proof win bo
tnado boforo register and receiver at
Guthrlo O. T. on Nov. 30 J&01 vlt:
Joseph J. Haslctt. for tho n w qr of
sec 17 In twp 15. north of range 2 weit.
Ho names tho following wltiiefsoi to
provo his continuous resldenco upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
William T'aylor.Moraro Macy nenry
D Todd and William Shields all of
&7?0 A.M.J.CKOOK fteUVer
A Ilouiehold Trniiuro.
D W. Fuller of Canajohalrc N. Y
says that ho keeps Dr. King's Now
Discovery In tho houso and his family
would not bo without it if procurable.
Dr. (. A. Dyhcinan Druggist Catsklll
N. Y says that Dr. Klags Now Dis-
covery Is undoubtedly the best cough
remedy; that ho has used It lu hts fam-
ily for eight years and that it has
never failed to do all that is claimed
for It Why not try a remedy so long
tried and tested Trial bottles free at
Scatonian Drug store. Regular size
SOc and SI.
Cool and pleasant furnished rooms
with or without board. Mrs. Newton
224 Vilas ave.
Ittitts to ht. l.otiU Fnlr.
For tho St. Louis fair to bo hold nt
St Louis Oct 7 to 12 tho Santa Fe
route will sell tickets at rate of ono
foro for round trip. Tickets on sale
Oct. r to 11 Inclusive; final limit Oct.
For tlio meeting Congress American-
cstos Mexico City Mexico October 15
to 20 1805 tlio Santa Fe route will
sell excursion tickets to Mexico City at
one lowest first-class faro for the
round trip. Tickets on salo October
7 to 10 inclusive good to return 30
days from date ol sale. L..R. Delaney
Ilncklen'a Arnlrn Hle.
Tho best salvo In tho world for cuts
bruises sores salt rheum fever sores
chapped hands tetter nlccrs chil-
blains corns and all skin erup-
tions and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is guarauted to givo
perfe t satisfaction or money rofunded.
I'tlce 25 cents per box. For sale by
Scatonian Drug Co.
Firxt published In the (lutlirlo Dally
Leader Oct. 4 1805.
N'ollco of TnkliiR Deposition.
Iii tlio District Court of Logan county
Alexander If. Rruiin. 1'1'ir
Mary M. llraun Df't.
Tim said doictidant Mary M. llraun
li hereby uotllicd that tlio nbovo named
plalntlir will on Saturday Oct. :.'0 ISM
commencing at tho hour cf Id o'clock n.
tn. of sulci day proceed to take tho depo-
sitions of sundry wltnessos. at No. 83.
Laclede bill ding corner Fourth and
Olive street lu the city of St. Uiuls. Mo
to bo rend in evidence on tho trial of the
above entitled action on behalf of said
plaintiff; and that the taking of ssld
depositions will be adjourned from day
to day commencing at the sjime hour
each day until said depositions are com-
pleted. Alevamler 11. Ii:ovn.
Wlsby & Ilornor Atty's.
First puhl shed In the Dally Leader Sep-
tember 10 1805.
Notice Tor Publication.
Land Olllco at (Ititlulo.Ok. Tor. Sept
Notice Is hereby given that tlio follow-
ing named settler has Hied notice of his
Intention tomako limit proof lu support of
his claim and that jald pi oof will oum.ido
before tlio register and receiver at Guth-
rie Oklahoma on Cctotrr 2.' 1805
Elijah Y. Freoman for the so qr of sec
12. In tp 15 u of r 3 w.
Ho iinmus tho following wltnessos to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Oeorgn. V. Cooper William II. Sliofer
William Stewart Isaac O'Connor nil or
S3 ward O. T.
A.N J. CitooK
First published in the Daily Leader
Sept 14 1805.
Notice for publication.
In the district court within and for
Logan county Oklahoma territory.
Charles W. Ransom plaintiff vs. Ma-
ry O. Jones. John A. Smith Joseph W.
Miller and Harvey U MeKeiinon Chan-
dler McICciinon and Faunlo R. McKen-
lion as heirs of Francis It McKcnuon;
and Somuol Murphy and Harry l'cn to-
cost administrators of said MclCcnnon
Said defendants Harvey L. McKen-
non Chandler McICciinon and Fannie
R. McKcunon heirs of Francis R. Mc-
ICciinon will tako notico that they
have been sued in tlio abovo named
court to quiet the titlo of tho real es-
tate described in tho plain tiff's com-
plaint to-wit: Lot nine (0) in block
forty-seven (17) in tho subdivision of
tho city of (lutlirlo formerly known as
Uuthriu proper in said county and
territory and to have tho legal titlo
to said real estato divested out of said
above named defendants and each and
ovory of them and vested in said
plalntlir antt that said piaintut do de-
clared both tho legal and equitable
owner of said real estate; and that
they must answer the potition filed
therein on or buforo the 25th day of
October 1895 or said potition will be
taken as truo and judgment entered
in said action divesting the legal title
as p.'aycd for in plain tl'ffs complaint
Attest: Louis E. Pitts
Clerk of said court.
Alfred S DoWltt Deputy.
Keaton & Cotteral atty's for pllT.
Notico for Pardon.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan
To whom it mry concern: Notico is
hereby given that an application will
bo prcsontcd Nov. 1 1805 to W. C.
Rcnfrow governor of Oklahoma terri-
tory for tlio pardon of Henry Nolls
convicted Oct. 13 1804 in tho district
court of Log.n county of grand lar-
ceny and sentenced Oct. 18 1801 to bo
confined in tho territorial prison at
Laneing Kansas for a period of four
years. IIbnky Noma.
Colo Martin Attorney.
Flrst published in tho Daily Leader
Aug 31 1895.
Territory ot Oklahoma Logan county
es. In tho district court within and
for said county and territory.
Sarah J. Robinson plain tilt vs. Na
than Robinson defendant
Said dofendant Nathan Robinson
will tako notico that ho has been sued
In the above named court for a divorce
upon the following; grounds to-wit:
First Extreme cruelty by said de-
fendant to plaintiff.
Second. Gross neglect of duty by
said defendant to said plaintiff and
that he must answer the petition tiled
therein by said plaintiff on or boforo
the inh day of October A D. 1805 or
said petition will betaken &s true and
judgment rendered for tho plaintiff in
gatd. action for a decree of absolute di-
vorce and that she hold enjoy and be
declared to be tho absolute owner ot
the following property to-wit:
Tho ne qr of sec 29 in tp. 19 north
or range 2 west ot I. M. and all house
holdjgoods cooking utentlls farming
Implements live stock and other per
sonal property now in her possession
cs ssld above described tract of tauc
free from the control or dictation of
said defendant and for such reason-
able alimony as to tho court shall
seem just; and that she be allowed the
care and custody of the two children
born of the marriage of said plaintiff
and defendant Attest:
Jiwai. Louis II Pitts
Clerk- of said court
Kto fe Cotteral Attya. for p'lff.
First published In tho Dally Loapcr Sep-
Notico for PKbllcRtlon.
Land OOlco at Guthrie O. TM Sept 17
Notico Is hereby given that tlio follow
ing named settler lias filed nottco of bis
Intention tomako final proor in sonport
of his claim and that said proof will bo
mado boforo the register and receiver at
Outhrle. O T on October 30 1805 vlt:
William Wells for lots 3 and 4 and a hf
nw qr of sec 2 In tp 15 n of r 1 w.
Ho names tho following witnesses to
provo his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vlt:
Edgar M. Rlnohart William J. Rlne-
hart. Aco S. Rlnohart all of lteiilah O.
T.; William J. Walters of Outhrio. O. T.
A. N. J. CitooK Register
First published in tho Dally Leader
September 5 1895.
Notico by Publication.
In the district court of Logan county
Nancy 11 Symcrs plaintiff vs. George
W. Symcrs dcfonlant
Tlio above named defendant George
W. Symcrs will tako notico that he
has been sued in tho district court of
Logan county Oklahoma territory by
the plaintiff Nancy E. Symsrs that he
must answer or otherwise plead to said
petition on or befpre tho 17th day of
October 1803 or said petition praying
for a divorce from the defendant and
restitution of her maiden name will
bo taken as truo and judgment ren-
dered accordingly granting an abso-
lute divorce as prayed.
Given under my hand and seal of the
codrt this 4th day of September 1805.
SKAI.. LOUIB E. I'lTTS
Clerk of District Court.
First published In tho Dally Leader
Sept. 8 1803. J
Notice for Publication.
Land ofllco at Guthrie Ok. Sept 7
Notico is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has tiled n ltlce of his
Intention to make final proof In support
of his claim mid that said proof will he
made before tho register and receiver at
Guthrie on Oct. IS 1805 vU:
llenjamln llarrett for the southeast
quarter of section 25 township 17 range
Ho names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vlr.:
Willis Howes and William Canning of
llerwlck 1. O. ami Chas. Gerlach and
James W. Harper of Guthrie O. T.
21509 A. N. J. Crook. Regls'er.
First Published In tho Dally Leader Aug.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan County.
In tho District Court.
Moses I'earson vs. Mary l'earson.
Tho above named defendant. Marv
l'earson will take notico that she has been
sued In tho district coin tlof Loumi riiiintv
territory of Okluliomu. bv the iilalntlff.
Moses l'earson In an iictlun for divorce
and that she must appear and answer
tho petition which has been liled lu said
court on or before thn 8th day of Octo-
I er I MI5 and that If she does not appear
and answe. said petition It will hn taken
as true aud a judgment taken agalnxt
her divorcing the plalntlir from her und
dissolving tlio bon 8 : f matrimony bo
tweeu the plaintiff and tho defendant
and for costs of suit.
Witness my hand mid the seal ofS'ld
court at my ofllco In Guthrlo In said
county and territory this 2Uli day f Au-
gust IBM. Louis 1" 1'itts
Iskai.J Clerk of Said Court.
First I'ubllsked In the dally Leader Aug.
Notico by Publication.
In tho District Court In and for Logan
Cora U. Hill I'lalntllf vs. George C. Hill
Tho above named defendant Georgo C.
Hill wl'l tako notico that lie has been
sued by the plalntlir CoraO. Hill. In the
district court of Logan county Oklahoma
and that he trust answer or otherwise
plead to ho petition tiled therein on lie-
fore tho 7th day of Octohor A. I). 1805
or said petition praying for a dlvorco and
the care custody and control of their two
minor children will be heard lexparto and
judgment tendered accordingly as prayed.
Given under my hand and tho seal of
this court this 20th day of August 1805.
Louis E. 1'ittb Clerk.
Ry Ai.fiikii S. DkWitt
Deputy Dlst. Clerk
Flrsr 1'ubllshed In the Dally Deader
Notice for Publication.
Land olllco at Guthrie Ok. Aug 24
Notiiu is herohv ulveu that the fol
lowing named settler has liled notice of
ins intention to make until proof in sup-
nnrt of his cla.m. and that said oroof
will ho mado before register aud receiv-
er of U. S. land olllco at Guthrie Ok.
on Oct. 8 1805 viz:
Nelllo Mathtisnn for tho sw qr sec 17
In twp 10 n of r 2 w I M.
Shu names the fullowlngowltnessus to
prove her continuous residence iinouaud
cultivation of said land viz;
roier mass Aiuan a iueactiam. r;a-
sar J. Underwood and David II. Mitch
ell all of Guthrie Oklahoma.
Any person who desires to protest
ainsi mo allowance oi such proor or
knov.s of any substantial reason.
under tho law and regulations of tho Inte-
rior department why such proof should
not be allowed will be given an opportu-
nity at tho above mentioned tlmo and
ul ace to cross-examine thn wltnenses of
said claimant aud to oiler evidence In re
buttal oi mat submitted by claimant.
And notice Is hereby specially given
to V. M. Eiklns who Is a contestant for
A. N. J. CnooK Register
First published in the Daily Leader
Summons by Publication.
In tho district court of Logan county
Oklahoma territory. I
Alexander H. llraun plaintiff ys.
Mary M. llraun defendant
To Mary llraun defendant abovo
You aro hereby notified that you
havo been sued for divorce by said
plaintiff In tlio district court of Logan
county Oklahoma territory. Said
plaintiff filed his petition in said court
on August 28 1805 and unless you
answer said petition on or before the
10th day of October 1895 said petition
will bo taken as true and judgment
divorcing tho plaintiff from you will
bo rendered as therein prayed for.
Al.KXANIIKH It IlHAU.V
Attest: Louih E. Pitts Plaintiff
Clerk District Oourt
publlsuod In .ho Daily
Augut 25 1895
Notice for Publication.
Land Ofllco at Outhrle O. T Aug.
ng named settler
has liled notico other
mi'o final nroof
n support of her claim and that aald
proof will bo made before tho reg liter and
receiver of the United State land olllco at
(luthrlo O. T . on Oct. 71895. vlx:
Jennie Jackson for lot 4 and tho w hf
ot tlio soqr of tho seqrof nee 35 In twp
17 n of r 3 w. C3
She names the following wltnees to
provo bur continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz;
Alfred Moore Thomas A Corlett Sol'
oiaou Fraz er and Mary J- Sliver of
Outhrle O T.
A. V J. Cmook KeUter.
THE BEE HIVE
Where you will always get a square deal.
First For the National Educational
meeting at Denver opening July 5th
the rato will bo one faro plus 8! for the
round trip. Tlckots good for return
any tlmo up to and Including Sept 1st.
Second Tho regular touriht car o
California via Kansas City runs once a
week nnd leaves Chicago every Thurs-
day at C p. in. Kansas City at ID. 5(1 a.
in. every Friday. Tlckots basod upon
second class faro nnd car runs on
fastest trains and known as thn
Phillips-Rook Island Tourist Exenr
bIoiis. Car arrives at Colorado Springs
Saturday 7:30 n. in.
Third Homescokors' excursions to
Texas and Now Mexico. Next ono
Juno 1 1 tit. Rnto ono fare for round
trip. Tlckots good twenty days.
Fourth For Mexico City thu Roek
Island runs a through sleeper from
Kansas City at 8:40 p. in. via Topeka
McFarland Wichita and Fort Wortli.
and Austin to San Antonio Two
routes from thero nro-Intornatlonal
It R. to Laredo and Mexican National
to tho City of Mexico; Southern Pa
clfic and Mexican International via
Snofford and Eaglo Pas to City of
Muxlco. Connections aro also made at
Fort Worth viu tbo Texas Pacific to El
Paso over the Mexican Cont'ral to the
City of Mexico
Fifth Send to address below fjra
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ueneral Passenger g
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building and loan association. Invest-
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Our fall and winter stock of clothinsr is
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and overcoats in the territory. We want your
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attention to our stock of men's suits. We
are the only clothing house that has received
a complete line of men's suits this fall. We
have bought them cheaper than ever. If
we don't make your dollar buy more goods
than elsewhere you don't have to buy from
us; if any purchase you make from us is not
perfectly satisfactory bring it back and get
your money back. Remember we have the
largest stock of clothing hats caps shirts
and underwear trunks and valises in the ter-
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cern here. If money is any object to you
you will do your trading with us.
Agents to cell our new book Dic-
tionary of United States History by
Prof. J. Franklin Jaiiienon. Needed
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I Ion ton. Moss-
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In this new shape.
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Wc nave them in this shape
simply for their hamlincss.
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given the latest
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will always get
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Guthrie to Chandler
Take Williamson's Stage Line.
Leaves Outhrio at 7 a. m.; nrrlves at
Chandler 1:9D p. in. flood roads; good
stages. Corry U. S mall. All orders
for passage and baggago should be
leVtut the (lutlirlo Cigar Store 11?-
Q. M. MCFETRIDGE.
ESTABLISHED APRIL ti 1889
All orricts (or baggage on outgoing
trains thould be left one
hour before the train
W Oklahoma Av
STILLWATER AND ORLANDO
Leaves Orlando at 3 p. 111. Arrives
at Stillwater at 5:30 p in.
Leaves Stillwater at 7:30 a. m. Ar-
rives at Orlando at 1 1 a. to.
Nearest and Onlj Regular Route to (be
Good hotel accommodations at
both Stillwater and Orlando. AUo
good livery at Stillwater.
MEvER BROS. Props
Burrows' Stage Line.
Best . .
Lino between Perry and I'aivnue. Stop
at Morrison's for dinner. Leave Terry
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 104, Ed. 1, Sunday, October 6, 1895, newspaper, October 6, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73452/m1/3/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.