The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 46, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 4, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR LOANS ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE SEE W. M. BRONSON BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY BUILDING.
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ANOTHER FATAL FEW).
l're.l Hlklor l'lmitn Ttiren ItiilleUIn Watii
Deputy marshals who came In (rora
A'va yesterday brought word to the
cfTe t that Wash Phillips a well
iuioun farmer and cattlo man was
found dead on the prairie near the
northeast corner of Woods county last
1 ri.lny with three bullet holes In his
lead and body lie had been killed
After hearing tho evidence of 121k-
lor". and various other parties as to
previous threats etc . tho cornoncr's
jury returned tho following verdict:
Titat tho said O. V. Phillips came to
lus death by gunshot wounds inlltctcd
by Fred 11. Hilt lor Sidncv Eiklor and
Aruoll Eiklor on the 22 A day of Jan-
uarv 1800 feloniously and with mal-
J'ne Klltlors admit the shooting but
claim it was in solf dcfeiiBC It is said
Hint there lias been troublo between
tin' Pklllipscs and ISIklors lor some
iii'inlliB. It will have to bo determined
by the surveyor whether tho killing
as done in Harbor Comanche Wood-
ward or Woods counties.
HAYY THE PRINCE
Mrtkfft 111 rillnc on n Valuable Tract of
IIoc John II Havighorst clerk of
.luJgo ltlorer's court camo down from
Perry yesterday with his lip beardlots
shaved off and a broad smilo on his
face. Going to t'.c land ofllec ho illed
on tho quarter section which ho re-
cently won nfier a long and tiresome
contest. Tins tract ndjolns tho city
on tho north vvost and Is one of tho
most valuable In this scctton. After
the filing had boon made llavcy truo
to his genial warmth nncA never-falling
generosity and hospitality invited
a number of friends to partake of a
turkey oyster and champagne lunch-
eon with him. llavcy has tho Kafllr
brand "G. F." blown in his physical
bottle and that brand means "good
follow." Everybody to a man is glad
of Ilavoy's luck.
CHINA UUOUUHT HOME.
Interciitlnfr mul Jimtrurllvn Lecture l)e-
llvrriMl tir Tnnk Kee
Genoral Gaorgo W. llalloy tho cml-
nont diplomat humorist and enter-
tainer known to tho lecture platform
as "Tank Kco" oponcd a series of
three lectures at the Plymouth Con-
gregational church last night on
China tho land of many wonders. The
church was densely crowded with a
largo and appreciative audionco and
the distinguished scholar was given
rapt attention. The lecouro was
highly dcscrlptlvo and a huge collec-
tion of Chinese rollcs embracing coins
costumes paiulings and sculpture
gods of all Inventions implements of
war lanterns and brlc-a-brac costing
S2.000 wcro placed on vlow whllotho
church was profusoly decorated with
Hogs and emblems of tho cllmo of ob-
lhuio oyos. J'nnk Koo hnsjfsovernl
cheats filled with those collections and
It is roally a wonderful array.
Tho locturor is n profound ocholar In
all that relates to tho Chinoso Empire
and Its curious people und institutions.
Through all the gradations ot runic
from tlic lowo.st specimen of n cooile
to tho high and knightly ompcror ho
Is purfcotly at home and tils lnimlt
ublo reinloring ot he various Chlnoto
cllulcot is beyond ndtquttu doscnp
tiou. His familiarity with the gco
graphy and guology of tho country Is
wonderful; und his knowludgoof cvo.-y
class In its omplrc Us army la.vs
buhools trudus occupations tho culti-
vation of toa rice etc. Is lull and
complete. Wo can rccolloot of no man
who litis oror glvon us 6tiah a ruro
treat such un exhauBtless fund of in-
formation lie hus a wonderful vein
of wit and humor und is prompt in re-
plying to all conceivable inquiries.
Tho lecture will bo repeated tonight
und tho housu will doubtless bo filled
to qyur Mowing.
CHIEF TAYLOR WILL QUIT
Tlreil of llrpulillcitn HhkcIIiir Us llai
Decided to KciIkii.
Georgo W. Taylor will hand in his
resignation as chief of the fire depart
ment at Thursday night's session of
the city counoll and If Charley Hen-
fro's pull is worth anything his resig-
nation will be unanimously accepted.
Taylor's action will cause universal
Hiirnriso and strong protests will go
up but Taylor has grown tired of
working for 81 a year and the growls
of Republican malcontent and con-
sequently will step out. For over a
year Chief Taylor has been kuifed by
bupposcd friends and the council al-
lowing Itself to bo jerked about by
local political whippersnappers has
refusod toglvo hiin a well-deserved-salary.
Taylor has been cliief of the
department flvo years and a member
of the volunteer department since ltu
inception. He has practically made
tho Guthrie Are department what it Is
tho bast in the territory and has
saved to the city many thousands of
doHirf. The city will lose heavily
when Taylor leaves the department.
U I probable he will take up his
future restdeneo in Cripple Creek.
Largely Attended Funeral.
The funeral of v'ura .Hennett the
six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm.'ltennett who died atLawrle Sat
urday took place tannday and was at-
tended by a large concourse of sorrow
ing relatives and friends. Rev. T. N
lioruor of Eltnond preached an elo-
uuent and impressive torinon and
sweet aud Eoleinn anthems were sung
by-tbe choir. . Mr. and Mn. Dennett
liavo the sympathy of all in their sore
817008 worth of oostumos will be
used by Tank Kee in the Congrega-
tional church to-night.
L00K8 TO GOD.
lennle rreeman tteforim And Join
A report comes from tho fastnesues
of Laccy Kingfisher connty Okla
homa that Jennlo Freeman has joined
a chiirch and turned overanew white
leaf and ghtcd it down. Jennlo Free
man obtained some notoriety In Okla-
homa bandit and official clr61cs as the
sweetheart of Zip Wyatt the outlaw
with whom she was in hiding In the
Glass mountains before his death. She
was the wife of Mat Freeman an out
law whom she left to follow the for
tune of Zip Wyatt.
lloforo her capture she wan known
a "Watermelon Sal"whlchIn Oklaho
ma Is used to designate the slab-sided
girls who get scanty nourishment from
watermelons and roasting cars. Hor
llfo with Wyatt was exceedingly hard
flying from the marshals living on
tho rocky sides of tho mountains and
scantily fed she was unwholesome
and unprepossessing. She was kept
under arrest for several months as a
possible witness against Wyatt should
ho bo captured. Under tho influences
of rest good food and plenty of baths
and kindness Jennlo Freeman grew
from a slab-sided "Watermelon Hal"
into a comely young woman. She
was only 18 years old and her rescue
from the outlaws was merciful.
And now Jennlo Freeman has gone
to her sisters and joined the church
and will make an effort to grow Into
an ornament to her sex in Oklahoma.
SCRArPEI) DOLLARS WORTH
Two Farmeri Knge In a Terrlfllc Ilattle
(In a I'mneiiRer Train.
Two farmers ono living at Mulh&U
and the other living southwest of
Perry fought a hard fight on the north
bound passenger train just below
Wharton last evening. Stewart Peters
of Mulhall sold Sherman Golrldgo a
farm. Goldrldgo bought off Peters for
8200 paying $75 cash and giving his
noto duo next year for 8123. It seems
that yesterday Goldridge sold out his
farm for 85 00 put tho money in his
pocket aud boarded tho north bound
passenger train for Iowa with his
family. Peters heard of tho sale and
although Golrldgo's noto was not due
until 1807 ho did not want Golrldgo to
leavo tho country until ho got his 8125.
Ho boarded tho train that Goldridge
was to leave on and between Orlando
and Perry ho and Goldridge met.
Peters wanted Goldrldgo to sottlo tho
debt but Peters told him It wasn't duo
till next year. Peters proposed to
compromise at $10 Goldridge would
not do that and when Peters
found out ho would not get any-
thing ho let his heavy fist fly at Gol-
rldgo's nose. Tho blood Hew. Tho
fight lasted for many minutes when
Deputy Karl Ct aw ford parted them.
At Perry Peters says ho whipped 825
worth of the debt out of Golrldgo and
received a broken hand.
Hy the Leader Txkru Arivutituge of ly
Del cult to Fljau.
Following a suggestion made by the
Losdur icvcral months since Delegate
Fly nn atcordlug to a Washington dls-
pitch Iihs introduced a bill lo douate
Fort Supply abandoned military reser-
vation t) Oklahoma to be used for nn
institution to bi known as tho Okla-
houii SoldiorV home
Mr. Flyun also Introduced a bill pro-
viding tli it all sold u ra and sailors who
sorvod for not less lhau ninety days
during tho war of tho rnbolliou who
have exhausted their homestead rights
under existing laws shall bo entitled
to take 100 acres of public laud as an
additional homestead provided at the
samo time tho person who Is the
owner of 1C0 acres of land shall bo en-
titled to make a homestead entry.
Mr. Flyun also Introduced a bill to
remove tho charge of descrtiou from
Walter F. McCarty of Norman who
left one company and immediately en-
listed and served lu another.
Marriage Lait Kvenlnc or Altai K Peo-
ple! and Prpfcuor Freeman.
Miss Eva Peoples daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. D. A. Peoples and Professor
Harvey J. Freeman of OkiahomaCity
were united in tho holy bonds of wed-
lock at 8 o'clock last night at the
home of tho bride corner Second and
Noblo. Tho affair was elaborato and
brilliant and over 100 Invited guests
wero present. The home was beauti-
fully decorated and after the ceremony
a wedding luncheon was served.
Professor Freeman is a bright Intel-
ligent gentleman and a prominent edu-
cator in the schools of Oklahoma City.
The bride lb well-known to all Guthrie
people. She Is an accomplished young
lady and possesses all tho womanly
graces and attributes of a model wife.
The couple will reside at Oklahoma
Illll Introduced In the House for Might.
A Washington special says: In the
house today bills were passed on mo-
tion of Flynn of Oklahoma to grant
the St. Louis and Oklahoma City rail-
road the right of way through Indian
and Oklahoma territories and on mo-
tion ot Mr. Little of Arkansas to
amend the act granting the Kansas
City Pittsburg A Gulf railroad the
right-of-way through tho Iudian terri-
tory so as to allow that railroad to
build branch a road to Ft. Smith.
The Congregational church was
crowded last night with a delighted
audience to hear Tank Kee.
Go on foot; go horseback bicycle ot
buggy the only bad way to go is no
to go at all wheroY To tho concert
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
flrlef (Dance. I'olnled at Ilappenlnca In
and About the City.
Joe Carter Is hero from Wichita
D C Kalzcr U over from El Reno.
Frank Done of Win field is in the
J. A Welsh Is hero from Kansas
J. A Madden of Dallas Is at the
Treasurer Tuek Ulara Is over froai
Mrs. F. H. Llllle Is visiting in Okla-
Deo Guthrie of Perry was In tho olty
Win. Reeves left yesterday for Aran-
sat Pass Tex.
Tank Kco was good last night but
will be better to-night
Johti Hinkle of the Perkins Journal
was In the city yesterday.
John Marker of the Orlando Herald
was in the city yestorday.
C. C. Holland left for Washington
yesterday oil land business.
J. A. liaker was In Oklahoma City
yesterday on legr-l business.
Mrs. J. II. Havighorst has returned
to Perry after visit with Mrs. E. D.
Prof. J. Rlttcnhouse optician spec-
ialist has opened an office at the Royal
Ed Greer of Winfield passed through
tho city yesterday enroutc for Texas
for his health.
The first ward Republicans m-it Sat-
urday night and organized for city
Capt- II D. Raker the former War-
wick of Kay county Republicanism
was In the city yesterday.
Governor Ren f row and Treasurer
Turner returned Sunday from Jopltn
Mo. where they have mining inter-
ests. Mrs. Chas. Ingram of St. Louis and
Mrs Wcstorvclt of Perry arrived yes
terday to attend the reoplcs-r rceman
It is best to go early to tho Congre-
gational church to sec the splendid
costumes. Doors open at 7 lccturo at
Tho Guthrlo lluilding and Loan
association sold money last night at 21
cents premium and twclvo new shares
Tho members ot the K. of P. lodgo
in this city will go to Chandler next
week to institute a lodge there with
a charter membership of thirty.
Senator Tcmplo Huston and Attor-
ney Marum two of the west side's
prominent citizens arrived last night
to attend district court.
Tho Woodmen of tho World will
glvo a social and banquet tonight at
Odd Fellows hall. All members and
their families ne cordially Invited to
Win Knlpc of Perkins is In the
city looking after tho Perkins Guth-
rie and Stillwater telephone line. He
says telephonic connection will be
made with Chandler at once
The Cripple Creek boom has 6truck
tho clt. Several persons left for tho
new gold fields last week. Yesterday
Henry Linn Jack Tearncy and Ned
Cheadlc departed for Colorado.
A young lady living on Cleveland
avonuo received a valentine in advance
yesterday from an unknown admirer.
It was an elegant and elaborato bou-
doir robe. Tho Identity of the donor
Is concealed save a St. Louis postmark.
Dick Plunkett tho king of O claho-
ma sports has rocclvod a cordla' invi-
tation from Dan Stuart to attend the
athletic events at El Paso. D ck will
go and gives promise of being tho big-
gest man at tho ring side.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W.
F. McLean died yesterday morning at
5 o'clock nnd was burled In the after-
noon Jat 3 o'clock. Rev. White con-
ducted the services. The troubled
parouls express their gratitude to
the neighbors for courtesies nnd kind-
ness tendered. Mrs McLean is still
Hairy Ardery of Langston register-
ed at the Hicks hotel Tuesday. Harry
waa over on business but it was a
matter ot no little surprise to his
many friends here to learn that he
had changed his home from Guthrlo to
Langston. Wo always knew Harry
was looking for lucky streaks but did
not think he would resort to such an
extreme as to locate In Langston.
Will lie a Treat.
Rand concert Thursday evening
This will bo tho best concert ovor
given by this organization. The leader
Mr Romero lias had tho band con
stantly rehearsing all winter and Is pre
pared to give music lovers something
in the line of classic music they will
The concert to be glvon by the First
Regimental band Thursday night is
attraotlng wide spread enthusiasm
among the local lovers of classical
music. Thcro are several parties be-
ln6' arranged by local society which
will bo out en masse.
A traveler In Japan nays that the
Japanese tramp takes his hot bath
dally if he has a fraction ot a cent to
pay for it or his cold bath It ho hasn't
a oent He carries a comb toothpicks
a razor and a tooth brush In a little
bundle. A tew Japanese tramps might
well be introduced as missionaries la
the American brotherhood whose mem-
bers do not seem to appreciate what
cleanliness Is "next to."
Auitralla't Stent Satinlr.
The flocks and herds of Australia are
numbered by many millions and dur-
ing tho last fifteen years the carcasses
ot some 21000000 ot sheep alone have
found their way Into this country from
Australia and New Zealand. This do3
not includo over 1000000 hundred
weight ot beet Imported from the same
sources within the last seven years.
For tho commencement of Uite trade
was In 18S0 when the total BklpiaMt
amounted to 400 carcass.
Highest of all in Leavcuing Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Repe
m. -v JMtfessa
And Koik Hlriln Hf I'riliift Iiitiileiil In
Tnn lliiiuii in.
The Asphalt mine six miles cast of
Davis are being t tidily pushed und
the mineral will soon be nn market.
Vust quanities are said to be lmbeddo I
it Unit nlnnn and tint ti irlli.s lntprrt.
aro working hard.
PrnnixLn nrn InnWlnir lirlrrlitnr fur
Joe C Miller of lllackwell who is
still under arrest at New Orli'anp
charged with circulating counterfeit
money. As Unto mel'ows the public
sentiment a different str-tement of
affairs is coming to the front than
wan first reported.
From a reliable source wo lcaru
that the sliver mines lying just six
mines west of Davlo are to bo opened
up in full Mast within the noxt thirty
days. Already consldorablo money
and labor has been expended In fully
developing these mines and parties
Interested wore in the city last week
making arrangements to establish
head quarters at this city. Da7ls
A dispatch from St. Joseph Mo an-
nounces the killing ot Dick Stumpf a
former well-known resident of this
city nnd the brother of Adam Stumpf
living six miles northeast of this city.
Tho shooting was the result of some
troublo between Stumpf and one W
A. Kcllcar who was In lovo with
Stumpf's half sister Miss Rachel
Kansas City Journal: Owing to Ilia
efforts that aro being put forth by
New Orleans and Galveston to capture
the grain trade of Kansas Nebraska
Missouri Oklahoma and northern
Toxas the grain men of Kansas City
are giving moro than usual attention
to transportation matters. They arc
endeavoring to prevent grain being
taken out of their territory to either
New Orleans Galveston Omaha or
Chicago upon through rates that will
prevent them from handling It as buy-
ers outright or on commission for pur-
chasers in those cities.
O. L. 8. C
Tho Chautauqua Clrclo will meet
with Mrs. De Lay corner of liroad and
Warner Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
Responses from Emerson.
Page 81 to 02 In "American Letters."
Chapters I and II in "First Steps in
Tablo talk The founding of the
Red Cross society. Mrs. A. U. Huston
Scot! oats Hluo grass mul
garden seeds. J. G. Poland
cor. Okla. avo. nnd 2nd street
Charles F. Higgins fully sustained
the high position he has attained as
an artist by his marvelous work last
evening Boston Transcript.
Mlf s Colla Schiller is a pianist of
trondor. Sho is a truo artist possess-
lnr soul and fire. Her reputation both
In Europe and this country Is of the
best. At Congregational church Thurs-
Tickets for the concert aro 25 cents.
If you attond and aro not tempted to
pay more the Leader misses its guess.
Wonderful aro tho cures accomplish-
ed by Hood's Sarsaparllla and yet It
is only because Hood's Sarsaparllla
tho ono true blood purifier makes
pure rich healthy blood.
Hood's Pills for the liver and bowels
act easily yot promptly and efficiently
1. Tarantelle Liszt Mist Cella Shll
2. a. lierccusc Simon; b. Zigen-
nerweUcn Surasatc Charles F. Hig-
gins. 3. Uolero Sicilian Vespers Verdi
Mine Julia Araraentl.
I. Due William Tell Ileriot &.
Osborne Mr. Higgins and Miss Schil-
ler. 5. IJoIcro. Chopin Miss Celia Schil-
ler. 0. a. Good Rye Tostlj b. Dreams
Gluck Mme. Julia Aramenti.
7. Concerto (for violin) Mendels-
sohnMr. Charier F Higgins.
8 Addlo (L'Africana) Meyerbeer
Mme. Julia Aramenti
0. a. Audcn Friehllng Grieg; b.
Spring Song Mendelssohn Miss Cella
Aramenti concert Thursday night at
Congregational church. Prices of seats
has been reduced to 25 cents bo that
everyone may attend.
Tickets on salo at LUlle'a and Wal-
la:o A- Muller's.
Mrs. Finney and Mrs. Malllfort of
Porry were visitors in tho city yester-
day. Eitrar Notice.
I have a stray hog on my farm. The
owner call pay charges and gat hog.
8t. II. II. Haoan.
A frosh cow kind and gentle. War-
ranted. Enquire of II. U. Hagan. 31
For Sale. Horse buggy and har-
ness. Horse in good condition; best
horse for a lady. Apply Strobel's meat
market 109 S. Second.
SLEEP & REST
For Skin Tortured
BniDT Ccai Tbutmsxt. Wrm btbi
with Ccticubi 8oiF f.nlU (ppilcaUooi of
Curicuat (olotm.Dt) and mild do.c of Coti-
con KiiuiTiitT (Um sew blood purifier).
1U tawuhMl Uu vartl. BrttUa d.poti T. Niw.
nr a . 1. Klf K4vu4-L. Load rvrru
luvi C. Caar. I4 rr.pt Imm V I A.
l'rfo ltui)lijiifi rutrti.
Wo have rpcclvud frum C A Snow
and Co Silliltors of tho United
States nnd foreign patents uf Wssh
tngton I) C. a pwnplet recently pib
lhhed and copyrighted by them en-
titled: 'A Hiimmary of foreign patent laws
with informaMou nnd udric alum'
foreign patent giving the cost of
same In various countries
The pttnplct Is cc nclso well written
and contains In plain statements
much that will bo of Interest to In-
ventors patentees and manufacturer
A copy will bp sent free to anyone
addressing C. A. Snow A Cn
Patent Lawyers WiiMitugtoti I). C.
A trip to Cnlna. Feb 3 4 and 5 for
25 cents. Hear Tank Kee.
From a private letter received from
Mr. J. W. Ferrler tho Jeweler we
learn with pleasure that he Is pros-
pering at Guthrie where he is now
lbcatexl. F. was at ono time vice-
president of the American Jewelers
Association and'as anj expert work-
man has few if any equals. Yukon
Buckingham's dyo for the whiskers
docs its work thoroughly coloring' a
uniform brown or black wliteli when
dry will neither rub wash off or 'soil
GuTmtiK Okla. January 30th 1800.
For tho meeting of tho Mnsonle
Grand Lodgo at Perry Okla. Febra
ary 11th and 12th the Santa Fo route
will sell round trip tickets atone atin
one-third faro. Tickets on salo Feb.
10th and 11th good to return until
the 13th. L. It. Delaney Agent. .
See tho FlKhr.
For the athletic contest at El Paso
February 14th to 20th tho Santa Fc
route will sell excursion tickets to El
Paso at one fare for tho round trip.
Tickets on sale February 8th 0th 10th
Uth aud 12th good to return until
SUo trips to Mexico. To enable
persons desiring to take a side trip to
to Mexico or elsewhere an cxtonsion
of thirty days from date of tlcposlt
will bo granted to orig'nnl purchaser
on the roturn portion of El Paso
tickets provided they nro deposited
with J. F. Donohue joint agent at El
Paso on or before Feb. 20th.
Itntes U. S. Currrncy.
El Paso Tex. to Mexico city
Side rates from main line points
on Mexican Central Ry
Aguscallcntcs to San Louis Po-
tosl and return
Irapuate to Guadalajara nnd
San Louis Potosl to Tampico
Silas to MarGl and roturn
Marfll and Guanajuato via tram enrs
Is 10 cents Mexican currency in each
direction. Tickets will bo limited to
thirty days from date of salo. with
stop-overs at pleasure in cither direc-
tion within llnal limit.
I K. Dki.ancy Agent.
To Whom It Mil" Concern.
Uelng fully persuaded that the cash
system is tho best method of doing
business I am resolved to try it;
therefore I tako this opportunity of
making it known to my customers and
others that cn and after February 1
1890 we will sell for cash only. And
while this may seem a hardship In
some cases wo believe it to bo the
best for all concerned. Thanking all
for past favors we hope by "spot cosh
prices" to merit your trauo in tho fu
S. II. AititEi.r
110 east Oklahoma Ave.
Tuiik Ken Coming.
Tank Kee the wonderful lecturer on
China who has been secured for the
next week by tho ladles of the Congre-
gational church is n fluent speaker
full of ready wit and being Intimately
acquainted with tho peoplo of China
their government religion their social
habits their vices and virtues and be-
ing a gentleman of culture ho has the
happy faculty of making his lecture
instructive. Ninety minutes in China
with him is worth moro to the student
than a month of study on the history
of tho celestial people. Do not fall to
Tank Kee Feb. 3 1 and S.
'JlDcklen'i Arnica Halve.
Tho best salvo in the world 'or outs
bruises sores salt rheum fter soros
chapped hands totter ulcers chil-
blains corns and all skin orup-
tlons and positively euros pllos or no
pay required. It is guarantod to give
perfo t satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 'cents per box. For sale by
Seatonian Drug Co.
LADltS REMINGTON MODBL 21 PRICc irIOO
To be given absolutely free
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A I 111L EAULL WW U STUIIK 31AKCIL 14 1SHG.
For the purpose of calling tho uf cnt on of tho public to our lino of Jowolr
wliloh we have received dirtct from the trnuufarturcr's consisting of up-to-llate
patterns in gold gold fllicl nnd gold front rolled gold plato and flo-
mangold which will be sold at wholesale prices wo will glvo you a ticket
with every 85-ccnt purchase of jowelry or other goods In our line which will
entitle the purchaser to a chance on tho beautiful twelve air music box. Wo
have a complete lino of Drugs Paints Oils and Glass.
lagle Drug Store
A Knit p.
We will mail to you a handsome
photograph of each president of the
United States upon recoipt of 25 cents
in stamps Send at once supply is
limited. Waslngton Sotivonir Co. 032
9 st. N. W. Washington D. a
i - Ml
Agents Wttbted Evorywfioro to
10 canvass for our new gift books.
Two rare beauties. Sell nt sight. Ad-
dross Ihstoriual Publishing Company
Philadelphia-Pn. l 7 lm
Is the dnt; MoKennon's opera
house Is the place; First Ueg't band
concert tho attraction.
DO YOU READ?
Look at this feast for the long win-
tor evenings which onn bo found on
Lillio's news counters:
Texas Stfllngi ! io
Illustrated American io
Mfe - -. io
Comic Weekly ...... io
Uncle Saw ... io
Leslie's Ituilget t- .... 10
Munr Mag aslne... . . io
McClure't Magasine...... io
Conmonolttaa . .. .. io
The Oreat Divide... .... ".jo
Harper's Weekly w o
Metropolitan Magnslne jo
! tot nance jo
beetai itoiue Jeurnal ...... -........io
Centnry Magastae . .. 35
llarper'e Magsslne....... ... .....
N. A. Hevlew .. .. 1..50
Review of KevleWs -..M...J5
Atlantic Monthly ...'. .... 35
Current Literature ............. so
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.Monthly Illustrator. . so
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A largo line of story books and dally
papers etc. They will take your sub-
scription for any periodical published
at publisher's price. They carry tho
largest and best soled od stook of
oooks in Mitt city and solicit your pat-
ronage in tills lin)
F B LILIE & CO
Drug Book and News Depot
GUTHRIE. O. T.
;CavciHd'J Irtf M--ksobt3'nednnd nil Pat-
Itlttl) K If r MOOERATr rrr.
our Orr ice is orposrrc. U 3. Patcnt Orricc
.1 iC til- a r i . ID 1l t limn tn.in tlnw
jrcmoieirom wa-mn t n.
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5 A PAMPHLtT. "H'WtoOl.ta.nraUnlV'with?
rot ot iuuc iii the U. S. sod foreign couutxic'
icott oi iuuc in the U. S. sod foreign couutx.c.J
ftrnt free. A!drr T
Jopp. patent Orricc Washington d. C.
IO to IS m 1 30 to B p nt
Oillco over lleo Hive's iNow
DR. IGNATZ MAYER.
i tuBwce unniioQ io Diseases and Surgery of the
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES
Solentinoally adjusted to suit the most complicated cases of defective sight
Now York Clty125 west 134th street
Would like to secure a position in the
west or wed some good man. Am In-
telligent and good looking. Address
Mrs. Annie E. Peterson as above.
Have llefn Short
Hut have plenty now of McAlstor
nut coal at 5550 delivered. N. F.
Cheadlc phone 0. .
yOYAL Baking Powder
Highest of all in lcavcnlag
StcSttgth. -U S. aoverameat feeert.
Now is tho timo to have your pianos
and organs tuned nnd repaired for the
winter festivities by your home tuner.
Prices reasonable to suit the times
nnd work warranted second to none
Uring in vour old laid away guitars
and violins and have them repaired
ndjustcd and put in first class order.
Your guitar can be tuned to concert
pitch. No moie bridges pulled off
tho tone greatly improved and made
better every way by applying tho Li-
test improvements. New musical goods
furnished at tho lowest prices obtain-
able. Call or write. Orders can be
loft with C. W. White tho Jeweler.
Prof. C. E. Richardson
205 Washington Ave.
Tho First Thing
Is . . .
I am in business to make monoy.
Hut I don't expect to get rich this
year or next. I go on these principles:
Mulco a man's clothes fit perfectly
Give him a cloth a little better than
you toll him It Is.
Don't piit the pneo any higher than
it ought to bo
Tho best part of this plan is that
your customor comes back every time
ho wants clothes and sends his friends
urennd too. That is tho way I hope
to make money.
Geor&o 11. Willis
Olllco mul IUHlilttici -
Cor. Fli-tnod llarrlion
11 B BI bW I 1 .fci I
R-J7 M-Ii I TJ I JLj
ri B m
' fur Dtrlnlnm . j th .
ivusmence: uorner Noblo Ave and
i Second street.
Store 0k. Ave. Guthrlo 0. T.
Ara indeed new models and not '95 patterns
masquerading under tho guise of '00 wheels.
Imli approval has clearly demonstrated
that the exclusive and practical Remington
improvements aro fully appreciated by good
riders everywhere and the universal reputa-
on for excellence accorded Remington pro-
liote during the past 80 years is of itself
suaolent guorantoe that in buying a Rem-
ington you can mauo no mistake.
Handsomely illustrated catalogue describ-
ing new models will be sent free to any ad-
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 46, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 4, 1896, newspaper, February 4, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73546/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.