The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 131, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 7, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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Nagging Habit M a Vice
Simply Nervous Weakness --Use
Paine's Celery Compound.
Nagging la adUoase says an emi-
nent physician in tlio last North
Amorlean Ilcvlotv. "It Is often" says
l)r Ijdsuii "the result of u diseased
condition or of titralns on tho
It ) tho nervous men and women
i... most readily full into that unfor-
tunate ol ass and nity thing that does
nway with nervous weakness will euro
i ho depression Irritahllity and the
naming habit that so often accompa-
nies a nui-down nerrous condition.
I'ersons who lead an active life need
oim-tliinix to Invigorate their nerves
and give them frusli ruddy hlood. It
-. tho robollloiis nerves overtaxed by
lmuoHtle duties added to the constant
living in tho vltiritod atmosphere of
in dour that reduces tho nervous
strength of o many womun.
l'rof. Edward V. Phelps. M. D
LL 1) presented to his profession the
results cf accurate investigation In the
medifdl laboratory 111b formula for
rrernitlnjr worn-out nervous tissues
i ii I building up the nerve ecu
tut when exhausted this re-
inirUable formula now Icnown the
i .ii Id over as I'aliie'u eolcry
IMDDISON UOES IT.
NeulMitii'il to (Inn Vtxir In Ilia I'm fur
A J ItlridlMii the wall-known at-
torney at l'uvvnae was yesterday sou-t-nced
ti line ynr In tho prnltentlary
lv .ludire llierer In the I'awnoe district
Iliddlni) was elia''irad with cssuult
with lnti nt t kill I'roseoutor Huston
of l'awnec The trial occuploj two
itati'nnd some sensational features
uere pi esenti'il. Attorney Harris of
lvrry conducted the prosecution
while UuMiMoii conducted his own do
lloth lii.ld.jon and Huston are prom-
inent lawjersof I'awneo and their al-
tercation duo to an old feud created
julto a commotion lllddlson has ap-
pealed. Furnished rooms for rent at 403 Hast
Noble. 11 3 2w
stoves anil other household goods
'or salo vhcap. Call at 415 North
lit oad atnwt.
If we don't dletributo your b'Us you
I n't hare to par for tliem. Smith
the bill distributor. 10 8 tfi
DO YOU READ?
Look at tUU fetut for tho long win-
ter evening which can bti found on
Lillle' news counters!
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A large line of story books and dally
paper etc. They will tako your ub
-crlpUon for any periodical published
at publisher's price. They carry tho
largest and btst selected stock of
loolc Ii; th city and solicit your pat-
ronago in tils line.
F. B LiLIE & GO.
Ml Bok and Xiws Dipoi
ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE
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compound has become familiar to
every medical practitioner and family
"JJrcak-down and nervoufi prostra
tion come" say tlicso physicians "un-
less the great nerve centers are
promptly fed upon proper nutritive
I'aluu's ceb'ry compound U tho one
great nerve feeder and nerve restora-
tive. My its means all the functions
of tho body receive a frosh supply of
nerve food. It encourages the body to
manufacture mi abundant Mipply of
tho indispensable vital force without
which there can be no health strength
nor happiness In living. From the
'ack of nervo force men and women
nro driven to despondency melancho-
lia. Insanity and suicide.
Thousands of letters like the fol-
lowing from Mrs. Ll.zlo Arnott of
Monsiluld Ohio are received by the
proprietors of 1'aine's celery "com
pound every month In the year:
"I have used two bottles of I 'nine's
eolcry compound for nervousness and
have found great relief from Its uso.
It Is truly n wonderful remedy. Iain
bettor and am using no more medicine
A KEIUOUK ('IIAIMIE.
Or Ijliuaiiu tlnili-r M3.0IIO llouiln Cluir-
Kvil Willi Alinrllim
I)r tt 1'. Johnson a prominent phy-t-lolon
of Lexington was arrested last
Saturday charged with performing ati
abortion upon the person of Miss Alice
L lult'ln a beautiful and accomplish-
ed young Inly of that city. Ho waived
ex initiation and was required to irlve
bond in the sum of $.1000 for his ap-
pearance at court. The crime was com-
mitted Out. 22 uiul the woman came
nonr dyiug. Jack dates a Lexington
saloonkeeper botrayed the girl.
Died on Nov. 85. of typhoid lever
Addle Musllda Kan bio n aged 'i years.
10 months mid two dayts daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. 1'a.tblon of Sprin-
Kuneral services were hold at Char-
ter OuU school house and wore largely
Addlo was beloved by all who knew
her. Though but a child in years ehe
was nature in Christian grace'.
Thou art gone sweet child
From earth's dark and troubled
To roalins above whore angolb' hide
And rejoice forevormore.
Her trust in (lod hold true nml ftee
Tho' raak'd with pain by fever blind.
1'ralbe Cod! for In otornllv
There are no ills tho blind can see.
Wo o(Tuc ono hundred dollars' re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
1'. J. OUHRttRV .t CO 1'ropu To-
Wo tho undersigned have known
I'. J. Cheney for the past llfteen years
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and Uuan-
clall able to carry out any obligation
inane uy meir linn.
WHST TUUAX Wholesalo Drug-
glsts Toledo O.
WALDIKU KINK4K & MARVIN
Wholesalo Di-tlgglsts Toledo O
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
lVlce 73o per bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists. Testimonials free
LChrUcn the nutnter and naner
hanger U here yol and ready to do
work very cheap tf
. Notice for Publication.
l'lrst published In Oklahoma Leader
Nov. 7. 169B.1
Laiul Oulett at Out'irlu Q T Nov. -I.
Qlco U heruby given that the lolluw-Inu-naiiuxl
Pettier has tiled iiolluo of her
Intnulhm to maVe final proof In cmtipnit
of hur claim and that said proof ill be
niailo before the lUvlsinr ami Iteculvor
lit (iiithrle O. T. on Dec. 11 1SW.
Chrlitlana M. Hall formuily widow
of Ktn ward Ji. Davl. deceased foi he
no iir of ee 0 twp lit. range 1 w
She names tho following witnesses to
proohnr continuous residence upon and
cultivation of tuld land; viv.
1'atilck Mulhall John MulhuH Heme
H. Hall and -Samuel U. Lamur nil of
g:sl A N J Chook Bt'ltUtcr
IN ATTENDANCE AT THE TER-
hlfORIAL SUNDAY SCHOOL
AKENT OUR BOYS AND GIRLS
l'rof mot Stclillcy llvo nn intcrentltir
Dl.orrtiitlon on All I'liiur il Siimtny
HrlioOl Work-I'renliletit ltll-y
llrcru thn Aililrrm of Mrlt'titiic-
Hrrrrlnrj tVcnnrr Miiki-fl mi
lllt-r-tlllc SIlllUMiMil Itn-
The second annual contention of the
Oklahoma Sunday School Association
now In sosslon In this city is already
nn assured success in spite of the worst
weather tho territory has known In
Though the rain was coming down
In torrents nt the time fully a hun-
dred dolegaUs representing the great-
er part of tlio territory nnd all tho re-
ligious denominations were proseul
when the convention convened at two
o'clock and the number was consider-
ably augmented last night and mil be
doubled this tnoining
Win. Davis of Oklahoma City led
the openlni.' pr.ilse ervioe after which
Dr. L H Huston wel otued tho visi-
tors to tho capital city
Ilev T. J. Itlley of Oklahoma City
president of the association responded
briefly to tho hearty welcome extend-
ed mid followed with the president's
annii.il nddress telling of the great
need of more oa nest and consecrated
worlc and of broadur views and truo
christian charity ono toward another.
An open discussion "Why nre wo
horu" brought out much of Interest.'
The report of the executive commit-
tee was submitted and following It
Kred L. Wenner of Uutlirle statistical
secretary and secretary of the execu-
tive committee submitted his annual
He tint gave the detailed statistics
of such counties as have reported and
told of tho counties organised Cana-
dian Cleveland I'ottawntomie Lin-
coln ami I) counties with partial or-
gntilxntlons in Logan mid UHliiliomu.
There are In the tunltory about 80(1
Sunday schools with au average at-
tendance of thirty and an enrollment
of forty-live making a. total enroll-
ment of :niu(K) ami nn the school
population is oer TI.OuO this
leuves 13000 children of school age
eutlrhly outside of the Sunday schools
and with tivelve thousand more out
part of tho lime Add to lhee the
children under school I gj who should
bo in the Sunday school aid the total
number of children In the tertltury
not in tlii". Siiuduy sahoals Is swelled to
over sixty thousand und tho number
outside is increasing more rapidly
than tho number In.
During the year ho hud traveled 150
miles by rail 310 In buggy written
Sifi letter sent iM) circulars and 750
progiauiH secured free literature for
four schools mid distributed llfty-ilvo
bundles of papers organised live now
schools in person and two by ccires-
nondence and revived three that were
about to expire doing all this work
without any eompeusatlun ami paying
his own expunscs. Had visited from
one to three schools every Sunday and
spent thirty-one days out in tlio Held.
He spoke of tho groat lack of in-
terest and infoimalion on Sumluy
school work nnd recommended u cam-
paign of education along tho lino of
practical work in the schools and in
association for convention and insti-
tute work whloh eou'd best be accom-
plished by the publication of an asso-
ciation paper to be placed monthly in
the hand of every Sunday school
worker in tho territory.
Ho urged the nucesslty of putting in
the Held a general secretary to devote
all Ills time to the work of organizing
and building up. presenting impera-
tive reasons for suoh work and appeal-
ing to tho Clulstlan people of the ter-
ritory for funds to carry on thu work.
Tho formation of normal classes In
every :ommunity for studying the
lllblo systematically and training of
teachers and workers was recommend-
ed and tho loyal Sunday school army
movement thu boys brigade home de-
partment work and house to house
e.uivats of towns und townships spoken
of In detail each as a means of awak-
ening tlio people to a realization of
the-real importance of the Suiidny
scluol work and to the doing of more
and bolter work all along the Hue.
To do this greater Sundnv school
work that was so needed In the Mas-
ter's cause tho association iiueds olll
cers and anexeeiui.'c committee who
will give hours and days to the work
studying the methods of other states
and adopting new and better ones
backed ami supplemented by an active
energetic organisation in every county
and towuship a financial response in
eoinc degriyfrom every workor and
every SunrtuySetrooHn the territory
and moro consecrated men mid women
In every department of the work
workers who tiellcve lit common sense
ami true business principles lu thu
Lonl's service who not ouly eonsocrste
thuiiiselvejt but their money who
whan they have prayed the Lord to
remove thu mountain nf Ignorance ana
lok of interest from the putli of the
work will not sit down .villi folded
hands nnd wait for Him to move It but
will grusp tho pi. It und shovel and go
at it themselves.
Tho appolutinen' of committees fol-
lowed after which open discussions
wore hold on "House to house visita-
tion" and "Our greatest need" the
oonsanstic of opiniou on the latter sub-
Isot being that the greatest need was
mors earnest eoiibocrat'.ul teachers
who would fl their groat responsi-
bility to thu fullosUxtont.
Tie evening turiiu wai opened
with a song sirlcr led by llev. J. K-
Piatt follow log which Hv. lUixton
took the platform ami ral-oil by sub-
scription bUMeient to pay fl tho In-
debtedness tf the usscelation.
l'rof. II. M. Steldley of Illinolj was
Introduced an 1 la a manner most in-
teresting to all told all about "Our
Olrls and Hoys." Ho made a strong
plea for tho bettor h'ghar training of
the girls and boys and for aallre ag-
gressive work by all Christians the
going about tlio Lojd's business In a
l'rof. Steldley Is one of tho best talk
SEE W. M. BRONSON BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY UUlLDIfr G
ers who litis anpcarrtl Hi (Juiht-le for
some time nnd fVery tltlrcn should
ni-iii- mm inn rveiunsr wncj no iiikh
on "Child Nature." Ho Will nlsoi ! Msjorlly InrrrsiiM'
speak this morning on "Common spCCla o mc Ltadei.
Sense In Simtlny Schoi 1 Work" and WipiiT. No ' The battlo h ovei
again this afternoon. land HdToUirns havn been counted mid
Other features of tho day will be lunetl 'orpfllcla er Dcatlon. Hoi-1
T . . . .itinj -arHes Sedgtv ek oouuty Tudgn
l'rof AHon s normal lesson t..is moil Dlllt u. ft cso.i V .ne'
ing l'rof. Morrow's address this eve- uialority e S.
nlng.nnd a blblo reading by . lad;-
wlfos an aellvo Snii school
Tile oloetlon of olllcors tnkes place at
0 Oalook this) inoruliig and tit H'10
will be the superintendent's sosslon
wliuh every phase of the sups ititen-
dent's work will be discussed unu at
IMS p in. Mrs. L 11. llolt will icaoft a
model primary clnss before the con
ton lion. There will also bo open tits-
ausstons question boxes and inciters
of great Interest to all at cvorv hour
of tho day and evening
l'rof. Rlelinrdson is making a grand
success of the mnslc and all who enjoy
inspiring singing bhonld bo out and
LIGHTS AND KllAMOWS.
llrlt-f (llniiren I'lilntfil nt llnpciitnc In
unit Aliunt the City.
Dick Morgan of Perry Is lu the
C H. Church of Topoka is in tho
.lasp.or Slues was up from Oklahoma
Deputy Bd lvelley
turned lo the city.
has at last re-
JtiBtlco Iliorar adjourned court at
Krank Luous spends
ilruamlnff of Hlg T Hour.
Mrs. McDunlels pleasantly enter
tatned friends last evening.
Judge Da'e anil Attorney. Hoffman
spent election day In Wichita.
Deputies Heck Thomas and Hill
Tilghman came in yesterday.
Dlatrlot court convenes in Chandler
lodny with Judge Dale presiding.
The hall in the
will be fitted tip
Oray llros. block
for the ' Outhrlo
Report comes from Pawnee that Hd
Ivliinnn has an nll'.ilr of tho heart on
Since the election genial Col. Corbett
has decided to receive no more letters
Iti 11 Craven is onco moro personally
superintending his arendu at tho cor-
ner of Oklnhouin and Second streets.
Daino Rumor says iiU tho November
weddings huvo been decared off. The
old girl must bo getting foxy with
ludgo lluuknor arrived home last
night from Pawnee where he has
been looking after tlio Interests of his
clients In Judge llloror's court.
Judge Dalo. District Clerk Pitts and
Assistant United Stales Attorney Hoff-
man left yesterday for Chandler
whore district court opens today.
C.eorge Taylor is figuring on buying
a dress suit nml entering society.
Heretofore (ioDrgo has been ijuite
"uniform" In his habits.
Charley Adams It arranging to buy
I' e street car lino in Wichita so the
Item-on says. Charley's friends how-
ever think Ills all trolly talk besides
the gait Is too blow.
Judgo Hlurur und his court stair left
Pawueu yestorday for the Osago coun-
try to hunt prulrlo chickens. The
judge will open court Monday at
The regimental baud desires to ut-
tend the military ball at Oklahoma
City but Is in a quandary about ex-
penses. The banu boys tliluk the citi-
zens should tender tlietu some mater-
Mrs. W H. Ramsey the estimable
wife uf the financial agent in Marshal
Nix's ollioe. gave a delightful card
pirty on Tuesday night to a number
ot friends. Duliclous refreshments
wore served and Iho evoulng wus en-
joy ably w hiled uway.
Mrs. Mary Kelly bus sued James A.
Kelly In the district court for a di-
vorce The couple were married In
st Louis Oct 15 IsSI und ho aban-
dined ier lu lt0l. She says ho Is a
rat laul u a i on the Chicago A Grout
Wostsrn and gels 8395 per mouth.
The southwost is promised additional
mail facilities. Past malls have been
put on tho roads out of St Louts
through the territory to Texas. O. L
Toneliout superintendent of tho
eleventh postal division has made
special efforts to secure this service.
Among the mourners of the death of
lSugoue Field the noted poet lecturer
und newspaper writer none is more
sincere than Otto llekorooyor tho gov-
ornor's prtvato secretary. Mr. Hoke-
meyer himself a Ilohemlan and lover
of the muses is a personal friend of
the dead writer and his reminiscences
pactuko of a tlavor that brings one
Have your wolglilng done on the
1-ton Standard Monarch scale just
erected by A. t). Keslor tlio popular
wagon yard and food storo pioprletor
corner Division and nevetau I uve.
Telephone No l0 Tin
Cuticura Sou pur'fies and bdutlfies
(he skin scalp and luir by restoring to
lieiltliy activity the Cioogcd Inflamed
ifKiTATto sluggish or overworked
Solj thtouitwrt A. vmM. BrfOA d.pti t Niv.
ii - hum. I. kin
r lilhll Uma. lut
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LATEST ELECTION HETUllNSl
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ltotiirnn (rum Kuiiluch)
LOOISVIl.l.It Not i. p n ho
publicans have ot'ictca at least flfly
icproscntatlve nnd fifteen statu sena-
'ors. llradlcy g election is couecded
on all sides Ills minority over Hnrdln
ivlll bo from live to eight thousand
'n 1 oulsvllle with exception of om
representative and two school trus-
tees full state and oca' Republican
Louisville Nov i U p. ri IteturnF
nro ull In and counted llradlpy'e ma
jorlty is 10100.
I.atmt 1'roin Other Htiitin.
Sjieclal ti Dally. Leader.
Now York Nov. 0 1 1 p. in : Lown-
des rop carries Maryland by 20000
New York stato Is Republican by
Utah is Republican by 1000: Chiia
go very much Republican
IIU mil Was CniiBrnltnll Treble -Wnj
it Wretched Man.
The antl-vlvisectlonlsts sometimes
horrify u by describing the polaon
which naralyses sll the nctive powers
of the body while leaving the sensibili
ties untouched. Coleridge offers a study
of that kind to psycholORlst says the
National Hevlew. His will no doubt
w-ns consent tnlly feeble. "Indolence
capable of energies." as he says In a
remarkable passage of early self por-
traiture was eharscterlstlc of his whole
nppearnnc. He cou'd absorb enormous
musses of rending and write or spak
with amazing fluency but the energy
could not be eo-ordlnnted or concee-
trated. It flowed hither and thither
spontaneously along the channels dic-
tated by the dominant feeling of the
moment. As psychologists phrase It. ho
had lost his power of "Inhibition." llo
could not suppress or restrain his emo-
tions. Ho valued metaphysical research
as he Bays In his pathetic ode. because
"Huply by abstruse research to steal
From my own nature all the natural
was IiIb "sole lcsource hi; only plan."
He could distract his mind from one
pursuit by another but could not force
Ills energies to converse upon a single
or distant nlm. Painful emotions were
evaded Instead of belns met face to
face. When he heard suddenly nt Malta
of John Wordsworth's drUth he tried lo
stash'er out of a public room and before
he renched the door fell to tho floor In a
convulsive hysteile lit and wus 111 for a
fortnight. He then declared tho the was
unable to open nny letters lest they
should bring news of the death of one of
his children. The intensity of his feel-
ings paralyzed Instead of stimulating
Ills powers. "Vexations and preying
upon the spirit" he says "pluck out tho
wing feathers of the mind." He is like
a criminal upon the wheel hold down
not by chains but by Impotence of will
feeling overy blow with singular In-
tensity but only capable of meeting It
by shutting his eyes as long ns possible
or trying" to distract his mind by puz-
zling over the problems most remote
from practical application.
BY BALLOON TO NORTH POLE.
rrencliiiicii Tulk of I7mlirlnklni; Such
Approaches to the north pole by
means of a balloon .have often been
mooted nays the New York Times. If
the extreme north Is to be reached It
probably never will bo accomplished
otherwise than by a passage In mid
air. This time the aeronaut Is a French-
man and It really looks as If the at-
tempt would be mnde. June C at a
meeting of the Academy of Sciences In
Paris M. Fa ye reported favorably on a
project of reaching- the north pole by
means of a balloon. The commission
of examination was composed of M.
Datlbree Illanchard and Faye all well
known us scientific men. The report
made was that M. Andre an aeronaut
had carefully studied the whole sub
ject. M. Faye stated that the project
of reaching the pole by means of a bal-
loon was by no means novel. The belief
that there was an Interior sea In close
proximity to the pole has long been en-
tertained. "We arc also told to think
that the point ot extreme cold Is not at
the pole. The baso of approach wns to
be at Spltzbergen and If the balloon
were to ascend from some favorable
point there taking advantage of the
air currents the polo might be reached
In forty-eight hours. In July a study of
the air currents at Spltzbergen Indi-
cated a slow velocity In the one direc-
tion and toward the pole. The wind
never blows with lolenee. The duy-
light Is pretty nearly continuous. The
distance from some points of Spltzber-
gen to the pole wns about 8 deftrees. In
fact the distance to be run over by the
balloon was about the same as If France
had to be traversed. If two or three
days were taken by the aerial voyage
that time wou.d suite sutllce.
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iri rtl wih Urn rtbbuti TL
an .-. - Jl fuadr tubttttum
la turn fur llUuJrt irUDtU ai4
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YOU CAN UKT
a KM-iiage lllutitraied Ikw.k. nf Oklahoma liy
Miidluti one new -uIim rlber to the
Tlio Okiulioiiiu Leader
w Ith tl to paj for a year.s subscription
r n wv
Olsmith Arras CoM
And SporlsrrieVs Goods. Agents for the
Celebrated Remington Bicycle
Highest 01 all Hi t "
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rhc lllntory of it 114 lurirn.
Ari. aU .361 vo cam' 'o Uuthru
wllu nstock ii grccorlc . .ntctip
whatisuow Hit 1 .. and North
Division street mid commenced doing
business in a tent am.' .tv My nfiur
n tlio bill dhig reteirtly Y'Sl o"oti by
lire whore wo havu enjoyed ti (foon
and prosporous business over since
for which we extend to nil our patrons
our slnccfo thanks. Tlio burning of
our store bullJlng Oct. 10 necessitates
our removal and wo have changed
our quarters to 117. East Oklahoma
a 7 1: into the building recently occu-
pied by Urisliam &. Stcolo where wo
have u largo and commodious room
und havo in stock everything in tho
grocery lino that will incut the re-
quirements of the very best trade
Horetoforo our aim has been to hatitlto
only the very best goods for the least
possible money and lliai will continue
to be our motto bollevlug that iho
only sure way to success. Remember
wo never buy ot handle any olf
brands of goods or any cheap trash;
every penny's worth of goods that
gees out of our store- we guar-
antee to bo right no matter whether
anything Is said about it nt tho tlmo
of purchase or not wo always
guarantee to please. Ourstoolt is now
complo'c in all kinds of fancy nnd
staple groceries at prices as low as
same quality of goods can bo obtained
anywhere. And remember that we
have always made a spocialy of carry-
ing ns line a grade of coffees and tias
as it Is possible to buy. Our trade on
these goods will bear us out In thu as
sertlou that there Is no bettor line car
ried in Oklahoma After Nov. 1 we
shall have at nil limes tho very best
brand of northern oysters boih in
bulk and cans which will always b?
One year ngo we Inaugurated in this
city the custom of soliciting orders
which wc have carried on successfully
since and we would ask any thai
would like our solicitor to cull tele-
phone No. 33 or lcavo word at the
store but never try to stop the wagon
If you see It on tho run. fruits mitt
vegetables lu their season. We earry
regularly also (lour and feed. Prompt
delivery wo niako a specialty.
We thank the people of (luthrle for
Ihclr kind ami liberal patronage in the
past and hope to merit a fair share of
their patronaze in tho future. Don't
forgot the now stand 118 Kast Okla-
homa avenue. Respeetfullr
lw KiMit.ur. (luocKiu Co.
If alllicted with scalp disensoi hair
falling out und premature baldness
do not use grease or alcoholic prepara-
tions but apply Hall's Hair Roucwor.
OYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all in leavening
StZSngth. - U. S. Uovcrnnicnt Report
Wanted A reliable active lady or
gcutlomaii to travel for reliable estab-
lished houte. Salary S7S0 payable 915
weekly nnd money sdvancetl for ex-
penses Situation steady. References.
Enclose self addressed stamped en-
velope. II. V.. Hess president Chi-
cago. 0 5 1m
A nico residence with stable ami
water at reasonable price. Call at 310
North Division. lm
Lost A bicycle boll between 1 It.
Llllic's drug storo and Jaite Cornell's
residence. Finder pleaso return to
Lillio's drug store and rocotvc reward.
L. Chrlscii the reliable painter and
paper hanger can be found ut 111 N.
Firct streut. All work guaranteed.
At your own price. Mrs. A. 1'. Saun-
ders will close out tl.o unllrc stock in
tho next ninety days at wholesale
prices. Come early and trut your choice
from the llnest assorted lino of milli-
nery coods In the olty. Outhrle Mllll
nory Razaur 107 Ok. avenue tf
For Sale A good young cow. Ad-
dress '"K" Leader. tf
Dr. Ignat. Mayer remain in Guthrie;
consult him about eye ear nose und
throat Olllce over Hco II lye.
U to 12 in il to 5 v
Olllco over lleo Hivo's New Sloro 0k. Ave. Oulhrie 0. T.
T'ractico Limited to Dit.eai.es and Surgery of the
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SPECTACLES AND EVE GLASSES
Scientifically adjusted to suit the mostcomnllcatod cases of defective 6lgbt-
attit .. : ( iv't HVdi
('r.iy llros. hayo Mirchascd Ktlor's
1 v ioo is- store on Oriahoma avenue
ana wIP like ehargo at onco. Mr Kt
lernm' in ntly will return to Missouri
I am In business to make monoy.
UuiJ don't expect to get rich this
year or moxl I go on these principles!
Make a man's clothes fit perfectly
(live him a cloth a little better than
you tell lilin it is.
Don't put the prico any higher than
it ought to bo.
Thu bo9t part of this plan Is that
your customer comes back every time
he wants clothes antl sends his friends
arnnd too. That Is t way I hope
to make money. l
Victor lllock 1st and Harrison.
Cor. Oklahoma avenue and First st
Residence: Corner Noble Ave nnd
High winds !
Makes you Shiver Kh;
Then onler your Overcoat
or ulstur carlv. We cannot promise
garments Inside ot u week although
our force of tailors is working for us
with might mid main.
Ill ok Ave Outhrlo
Caveats and Trade Matk obtained and all l"at-i
Jrntbus ncjc-inlji ifJ f r MootnATE Ftts 5
SounOrnccis Opposite U.S. Patent orricij
.uiJ ioisii e iai ut m Km lime llua iliinej
rr. nt. r fi m W hiM tun. J
if w ..I n uf. I .(.nt. nr. . nliAli r.lti .1rrtn.f
Jtb.ii. Wo rnliise. If patentable or not free olj
'th.ir.e. Our lee n 't due till patent U secured.
J A PAMPMLrT.''H:'"'o0''a'nrilCnU"W"h5
icott ot midc in the U. S. and foreign countrieJ
PATENT OrriCC. WASHINGTON
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 131, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 7, 1895, newspaper, November 7, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73478/m1/4/: accessed February 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.