The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 11, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR LOANS ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE SEE W. M. BRONSON BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY BUILDING.
Itejircactitliig 1 Connnaiulerloi Meet Here
nit UrRHtiUe n Umml Comnmnilery.
P.opresentativcs of tho six Knights
Templar coaininnderlcs In Oklahoma
Hint In tilts city last night and under
a warrant from W. Lome Thotnas
grand master of Knights Templar of
liio United .States 'organized the grand
coinmandcry of Oklahoma terri-
tory. The visiting- knights wore
met at the train by the
local roinniB inter v and escorUd up
town after which they wore dined at
i he Itnyal. At eight o'clock organlm-
.1011 w6 effected and ouloers elected.
The oeeihu was a hnppy one. The
ujanir-InK of this grand t;oiiiinanilery
i.utK Oklahoma lo the front in K. T.
nrk. Tho new oilleers arm
Sir Knight Catntns M. ltnrnefi
Mir 1vnlf?lit Da PorraSl T). Lewie
Ik-paly Grand CommandcY.
Sir Knight O. A. ShiUtec (Irnnd
sir Knight V. S. Spcnecr Deputy
i and Oonor.illsslmo.
Sfr. Knight it (1. Itpiuus Grand Hen-
Sir Knight J. C. Crow Grand Junior
.sir Knight Harper S. Cunningham
(i mid Reoonter.
sir Knight Luke KIHrou Grand
sir Knight A. U. Crnnketl Grand
sir Knight l'rnnk Harrnh Grand
CHIEF TAYLOR EXPLAINS.
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
I iinr fount la- f imrrrlliiK Over Ihr 4reiii
of n Murder.
A remarkable dispute in now going
i. n between Comanche and liarber
u unties In Kansas and Woods and
Woodward counties in Oklahoma. The
fllolnt surveyors of tho four counties
ie at the point of Junction quarrel-
ing over the boundaries with a great
deal more bitterness of feeling than
was ever manifested 1y I'ncle Sain
and John Hull over the Schombnrgk
tine t'lilikc the latter the former
tire lighting to yield territory rather
than to grab it.
Last Friday three brothers named
Kiklor killed n man named Wash Phil-
lips and they were arrested by the nil
thorltic.N of Harbor county. At the
preliminary hearing the question
of jurisdiction was raised and it was
then found that Phillips was killed
on tho state line and on tho exact spot
where the four counties join. As tho
prosecution would cost $1000 ltarber
county insisted that t he murder was
not committed on its soil and the
oilier counties made the same claim
all feeling too poor to uiulertakethc
The surveyors of the four counties
were appointed a'commlttee to consti
tute :v commission to agree as to
where the inur lcr was committed but
each is trying to throw it out of his
county and there Is said to be a great
bltti-rnof of fooling existing bot ween
lluiu. The result U watched with
Kivntanil exciting interest by the poo-
plu of each uouuty
ItommT THE I'I.DKI.AUM1
Itegnrillriff the Distribution of Fire Iteltef
KJilor Lea Ion
Ple&so allow me spaco In your papor
to mako a statement In reference to
dividing tho raonoy In tho Treasury
of tho Jloliof Association. Said assoc-
lation Rtarted out with thirty-one
members who were to pay Ion cents
per month each. Seven members
never paid ono cent of dues and
twelve members liavo loft tho city
for other parts and threo wore ex-
pelled from said association for non-
payment of dues which Is In accord-
ance to the by laws of said association.
Tin expelled are .1 M. Montgomory
V. MrCann and A. C. Itlshop: two of
said mombrs tried their utmost to
devlde tho moneys when there were
twenty one members in good standing.
It required two thirds of tho membors
whloh was fourteen and there wore
thirteen members voted to de-
vlde tho moneys which waa lost
bj one vote according to by laws at
that lime and till the said member
names can be found on the records of
the association which any one can sec
br calling on Mr. (Inrton ono of tho
paid llremen at lire department who
is bceretary of the association. Some
of the member tit that lime went so
far as to pay the dues of a conplo of
members and put them In good stand-
ing in order to get tho required two
thirds but us 1 have stated they lacked
one vote and since the above trans
action on Julv third 1301 the member
ship has been dropping off until It ban
reached nine membors which Is I). C
Satterlee A (' Hlxon M. It. (berry-
V. II (lillman. N. Anderson P (lorlon
II. Olds (leo. Taylor all of said mem.
hem met at a regular meeting on Poll
th ItOK at lire house mul by n unan-
imous vote decided to divide the
money which was In accordance to
the by laws of nnld association. There
was not one cent of this money donat-
ed: It was all raised by dues paid by
members one ball given by the lire
ilepartment and the balance about
$2.1 was for interest on money loaned
nut as to the money donated is as
We did have Sum doubted in the
ilepnrlmenl from the following par
ties: slo from Mr. McKay in Washing-
ton. Sid from Oscar llnmtlnn unit
Slu from A. I!. KesRlor.
Said MO was spent by 1). C. Nat-
lorlee and A. C. lllxon for nine rubber
coats ntS3:i!5 cacti andt.Tc. for freight
leaving a balance of sc. all of said
coats are now at this time and have
been since they were purchased on
the lire wagon ready for any llroinen
to wear at a firo in place of burning
Ileorge W. Taylor chief.
.'Ml m Srluirtl'lit OJeiili"m-hl School
Miss Alice Schnell one of the capi-
tal city's most accomplished and popu-
lar yoiing'.laiUoa will open a dancing
school on Wednesday evening Feb. 12
in the McKennon opera house. She
has met with much encouragement in
llio project and there is no doubt that
tho school will be successful. Tho
school will open at R o'clock and those
persons married and single who de
sire to acquaint themselves with the
exquisite intrleaete of the waltz are
Invited to lie present. Tho two-step
and all the latest dances will be
On Saturduy afl'-rnoons from 2 ta .'
o'clock a class for children between
the age of 5 and IT will bo Instruc-
ted. During tint season Miss schnell
will give .i number of duiiclng parlies
to members of her olusso and other.
Ilrlcf (Jlnnces. t'oluteil nt Jlnnpcnlflffi lu
nuil Alioat the Cltr.
Col. Mooso Is up from Oklahoma City.
ti'tflti tvnnl nntrrnon Will !t inppllni1
Will Uttlo ot Norman was In thn
Judge Hammer of
was hero yesterday.
The Knights Templar dined at
lioyal last night.
Coin puny A. 0 N. O.
drill last evening.
Dr. Throailglll Jf Mornnffu was lu
the city yesterday.
Mrs. Judge Karl
down from 1'orry.
and Miss Maud are
Judge lllerer Is hero from Perry at-
tending supremo court.
Judge Iturford cninc lu from Kl Itouo
yesterday to attend supreme court
Mrs. Felix Adler entertained a num-
ber of llebiew friends Sunday evening.
I.ov. Times of Wyoming preached
nt the First Haplifit church last night.
Sam Murphy was up from Oklahoma
Ity yestenlay with aflicMnloy oatlge.
Prank Amlersnn the alVubie clerk of
Lincoln county Is over from Chandler.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Judge Scott arrived from Oklahoma
City yesterday to attend supreme
Treasurer M. I.. Turner will lonvo
in a few days for u visit to Cripple
Mrs. (lllly and Mrs MoConn of Ok
lahoma City are guests of Mrs. I'crry.
at tho lioyal.
Mrs. Henderson mid dutightoi Miss
Nola of Wichita arc visiting Landlord
Hillings and wife.
Improved order of Kedmeii will do
degree work tonight. All members
Ami Kodak Mhotn nt I'ukiiIiis liuiilenlx In
Hmbraccd In his message to the leg-
islature lov. Moscly recommends the
sondtng of a delegate to Washiugtou
to Withdraw from the United States
government Si 00 000 to liquidate tho
outstanding Indebtedness of the Chick-
asaw nation: also to protest against
congress passing any territorial or
townslto bills. Ho advises however
the agitation of some means to secure
to the towns of the territory a system
of waterworks for their protection
and odvises the repeal of the law in
relation to contested elections
Alllatno county man was in tho city
this morning with several loads of fine
tabic salt which he manufacturers
from the water of a spring on his
farm. He says that he is at present
making about twenty tons of salt per
day but tho spring furnishes water
enongu to mauc icu tons per a ay. vnic
product meets with' a ready Bale lu
tliln city. Kl Itono Republican.
Mr. Win. Orlmcs has Issued a call
for a meeting of the Territorial He-
publican committee at Kl Kcuo
Tlinrnitay 'join tnst. 'ino meeting
will bo held at the Kcrfoot tit Si p m.
Its purpose Is to fix time place and
other details for a convention to elect
delegates to the Republican national
During reading cerelaos In ne of
the city schools the word "gossip" ap-
peared and the teacher asked tho class
for n definition and a bright little boy
tiR. IGNATZ MAYER " 5
10 to 13m 1 30 to Bp m
0 I.. H C.
The Chautaugua circle will tueot
Tuesday at 'J 30 o'clock with ...rs.
Ilrown Sll cast Springer Ave
Holl call. Responses Quotations
Chapter I II HI In 'Some First
Steps in Human Progress."
Chapter IV to page J Off in American
Mrs. A. II. Huston
The Record of remarkable cures
elTcctcd enables us jrutbfully to say
thul Hoods Saisapnrilla is the only
true blood purifier prominently in the
public cyo today.
Hoods Pills ar6 the best family
cathart'c liver medicine Harmless
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Ro'yai Baking Powder
superior' tc others.
For romnihe bargains in ladies'
men's and children's shoes don't fail to
sec Ulsensehmldt fe Wccke).
tins Rhoadu and Hilly Hanks
conducting a coal and wood yard
San 1 rancisco.
llm-lu xm lu)r S.I.IHHi fi.r I lie l.neiil
United Statos Altorney.C. 15. HiihiI.s.
yciiterday oousumnuited a ileal where
by the Pulled States purchnsml of the
Oklahoma Jail association the federal
jail on Second street lu litis city. The
.urn of fcfi.woo was paid for the proper-
ty and the money Is now lu the hands
of Judge Crooks ready for delivery.
A deed to the jail was turned over to
I'milo Sam at once.
The federal jail Is :i large brick
structure containing all modern con
vcnlcnces and appointment of modern
bastllcs. Judge Hrookssuysa number
of ImprovmeulH and additions will bo
made on the structure from tunc to
timu. The sale of the property by tho
onmpany has been pending for quite
awhile and owing to the Oll'orU of
Judge I trooks the deal was finally
pushed through lo the sftllkfaulloii of
all purlin concerned.
SrIU a Itli'li frl'lle VttvV .Mini- fut-
.'jnMlu Report comofi from Crippio Creek
Colo. that Jack Tearuoy and Jim
C okw ho went to Colorado 8 weeks ago
and staked out a mining oluim in a se-
questered spot huvc struck It rich. It
. alleged ihat a syndicate of Henvor
'ioker purchased tholr projiorty puy
tug W0(M) in cold cash therefor.
s mie Ned Choadlc Is in Cripple Crook
l il news may be fchanakaboocd but
th report apparently Is not from
The nun with a weight u
hit lejr m't hone to w m Ih tlie
rJt t A iuii with a wcighl un
In lirlili uii't riecl iHM-
.ir mi hlr rflld tw-hicwi mltll
1 In- bum i hfJ. JImI til-
. L ooil lilftfili Ik-cjum-ui
'iiu.jtioii hf will not su.eU
i I ii d-tiig rfiiyiHiilic cly wen
V A I vi'i-tiiuii.ii r the uuw of
lll 1 "'" rlll- "I -dt U'V.ur.
l lil -. iiiij.iiiil llatr fciHwHUrM
li-llr -ur MHM jprtilr ItaJ
t4-tr iii ilir nioHtti. tiihien
I limn ii. -. Jihrt ljkoiluJr
I 'ti-lialiuH ttiM Ih i Hied
r i-il 4U.I .nuiMlv hv Ihr ue
4.1 IH I'trlCC'k l'rJi4Ht' lel-
r Ibrv are Hut ! all io-
I. nt iii lUrir Mtlluu altll rt
liir. Air in.. i.- . kIjiii ih.n niiu mf Jkiue
will. U ai' ' ; lUtl Ibrv pill llir -Irui
ill tint ' ..nli i 'J'h ieal attlMtaKC
.. Ih " .-I' i 'Ul r llri" 1. Ibitt lhr uf
r ui 'Mr III .
frml ! WM'vrlH H.luv U ! w4 m load-
llir .! ni rl hi. Mil lV Ihr ne4t 4
v.uiimll ! Mrtul f i
(Vulral school; grades I and '.'.
l'uiillfe neither lardy or absent for
the mouth ending Fob. ? Htti'.:
(IrlflUh Davis Walter Frurior Roy
llnrt F.dillo Moh'ennd John McMIl
ten lUvdeii Morris l.lnwood Nichols
June oidlniiii John Rittorluisch Her-
t Wol.-otl. lite Miut'ik Willie Holt
Ralph HiiliM.. I'ny (Irissoll. Stella Red
ioisl Helen McCoy C.Ulo Hrewcr
hosn perfect in deportment are:
Maud Mniinv. Jossle I'u Anna
Wilson K'wie Riirke. lone I'attorsoii
Pearl Rnrch. Maud Hurling. Clllt'ord
KhieuM'hmldt Clara Wlorman. Nellie
We will mall lo you a liainUmiio
photograph of each presliluut of the
IJ lilted Staten upon roeelpl uf S5 cents
lu stamps Scud tit once supply is
limited. Waainginii Souvenir Co. d!-.
j si. N. W. Washington l. i'-
r'tn'lr uml l'.)ruUi.
Those who wish their eyes .iloiilili-
ewlly imluel and have glasses prop-
erly titled should noi fall l.i cuiisult
ir Ignat Mayer at hi- oitlce over
ltvehlve iiklnhnina live '.' II m I.
Miss A lief Schnell will organic a
danelnk elsiu for ebtltlrfvii iiud yniithfe
between ufs of flvt and clghteon
your In tho HiiHm house Saturday.
Febnitirv lalh. ttvfn Uic hums uf
two and five p. m. Prioe per lestwiii
For all dUoasuH of tho eye eui iumio
and llnxwl consult Dr. Igiml Mayer
over 1W Hive. Ill) ml
From a letter written by Rev J
Oundorman of Ulinnndiilc MUfh. wo
are permitted In nuke thin oMi-aet:
"I have no hoclUitlou in rHeomimmd
log Dr. Kinx's New IHseovcry. as the
results wer almost niarvelo.is lu the
ruse of my wire. While J was wstr
of the RuptUt church al Rive June
lion alio was brought down with pneu-
monia Biiecocdtng la K-lpP0- Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last for
hour with tittle Interruption uml it
seoinod that alio could not mirvive
tlioui. A friend rocoinmended Dr
Klnir'a Now Dlwvovory: II was quick m
ltd work and hlrhly ati(aotor in its
roNiilU." Trial bollix frw at Hon
tonlwH drii(f store. Regular s'e
Tiic board of directors of tho II. .
L. astoe'iatton held a short bnstness
session last evening.
Tho Capital City Whist club hold it
regular weekly moot last evening in
llit I'ntted Slates court parlors.
Dan Strooble the Second slrcot
butcher left yesterday fni Cripple
Creek to open a meat market. He look
I.Iim) lbs of meat with him.
Olio Hansen left yesterday for Crip-
pie Creek where he will form u part-
nership wlthP.. P. Rlsss and open a
1. 0. O. P. lodge No. :t performed
degree work last night in the first.
The candidates were Prank (lortnn
md Newt. Anderson.
Librarian C.dtrar Jones is moving Iho
territorial library to the second floor
of Iho llerrlott block in rooms ad-
joining the United Slates Murshal's
The ladles of the Catholic church
give a supper Thursday evening in the
room formerly occupied by the Hhap-
Iniid hardware store on Oklahoma avc
Kvurybody Invited to attend
Lou Whortnn editor of the Perry
Sentinel find W. W. Pat.th.ou. of
Hlaeh Hear came down from Perry
last night and paid The Loadci :t
Offl' otm' Hpo Hive's Now Store Ok. Ave Giillirlc 0. T.
Practice Limited to Diseases and Surgery of the
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES
Scientifically adjusted to suit the most complicated cases of defective sight.
Notice A respectable American
Protestant woman desires position in
tho west or would marry an honor-
able man. Mrs. A. K. Peterson. 113
W. nth street New York City. 13
1 have a stray hog on my farm. The
owner call pay charges and get hog.
St. H. H. Haoa.v.
luwJ How '1' It a r CimiU rlcbl
Oct. 11 1770 Arnold's rteel iooJ UU-
tie ttgaliuil tkc lirltoua ou lJ.k Chuiii
plain. Tiir iirltUU tsiutU Ilia day uuX
tUoy KmI luUi'U of Uifil' (ObCft about
lullntf tht- wac. It wan not Rolng; to
be ecuif work (Uis hide tba oceau. fi1i
liiltlib hud tht pi'&pondenuu e In nU
bUd Uit-O. 'IMln KUUx iHc uboui e)UkU
Iii Rnslaml'fl Mjuadrou their- if ilutt
shlpti of war. built in EiiRlwiit &u4
t4-aiuyartctl pleioiurul from tha St.
Lavti-Wicr to LuJtu CUmuplalu. One of
thftlll 10U. the Ikttrjtlblf of JOU tuua
llVllllkll ami lu&viWtilK: IS UK. stiOUta
Uv txt-u ahU U iloatt) iciiolU t m-
tkr Itulllln. ICuKUUflV wurli StloO
1blV flOUl thr TOriU UATV AlUOkt'
Hhl(4 nvrr lull iftlcmicMl lor bt-flt
tUhtiut: hH h&U lirvu wui sflai a
pUl. 'tilil Llerwsi Welf luOtlr-V Uo-
tuckuiMit an4 lite urn-4i hJ bttli tV
tJUJ fudia ih aris.v.
Al li'lN ConitU-.udcd ihr tlaRi.lill OoU
ire Tow aid (he rloo. at tiio ft&tlt i
jroiuW-J u'j -snuuu vilih hU u4
Jifcintx 111' &ip w'A hulled 12 Uci.cc.
irrii truU Birik-int briwroii vlad au4
fi-i lu lti Wanuitigfou t-Vr-r onV
c.r ua MlkU rx.ciiiuir ttenrai "Wa-
trhury. who fought mi ib quarti
tlrvlC ntttl toUSpl. uuUK 1)1 HV elf VUt
Trumbull Uo lui rri oAUr ti
cpiuK her lOUllllUUjei-. Cautntu lBk
Thr Oiaul wui riddtiid with Uot bj4
lank. I'lldrl i-uvrr of lilfiht Arnold re-
........1 .!.... Ili '.l. 'Plm HrltUL
khlpA pui-rfurd uiiJ iiftci u. jiharp ttgnt
111 Pautou h.V) the 0"i dUpCfdi-d audi
Arnold IihI his umu oTcilund lo Crown
Polut Uforr ahuudonliic bis n&lv
Arnold hattlml uitttluiit r-veu UrlUjrtJ
tuchi four hour. Splttu nr to hr
Lu hI ood t.y aud kept the t1djfi liylud
uulll Ua nuiM detrcd ihui.
Tho supremo court convened with all
judges present except McAtec. No
business was transacted fcave the ic-
docketing of several cases
VOICE Or THE CAHUEH
U Hli.i lt lUiuark .Tlint All Tblnn
Arr for the W.ir.l.
If. has ben observed from time tin
ueunotlal l hut u curious perversity ot
cUtnat -so we buy a been acctwtuuied
to consider ll - seueraJly provokes ou
sot-t of weather to match u prectwly
ophodlte sort of clv-tknif. ta.y tke Clrve
Ituid World. Thus a walking-stick -will
SMicnilly attract iatu aud an umbrella
will produce juiuabin. Indeed the
prlnelpld of piMi1ty 0erfid every
dcpaitmeut of Hie. Bbxinld aunsbluo
bf'necejrjfto it will be wet. DocumenU
or no important- arf iiftVM- nilslald. "Wn
Invariably uiti-t the pc-ophi v.houi wo
wrr juxiouh lu avoid uud mis: thoj
hhimi vie epfc tally wlah lo meft. A
iotuan geuprally loses her hirt lo the
Wrbug man; u man generally mairle.-
tlie wiong woman. JSvery one will hu
uble to Mitd to 1his.' example utmost
Indefinitely from pei-fonal experleufn.
Tkie are no ttccidenta whatever lu life.
M oil til Mtieme ban catab'.UIifil llm.
eer lin-ldeut Is governed b mi lu-vai-luhta
law. Careful obserJllou and
the study of statistics prove beyond
fue potilblllly of doubt that clothes do
ry materially inllueiicu weather a
itevovery which uhould he invaluable
not onlj to the furmer but to every
member of the comiunnlty. Jtecenc
fuleiuc moreover has erroneoualy
adopted the theory of tne survival of
thb ilttest. The primal law which gov--rus
ey circumstance o! life is th
survival ot the untilteat. Por Instance
'if a uiau I to Inherit u forluno from a
rclathe the latter will survive to ex-
treme old as. In literature and lu art
the jufan ot talent falls; the charlatan
attuliid tame lu finance aud iu com-
merce the swindler waken u fortune and
beccvic. iashlonable; the honest mail Is
ilrivt-ii luto bankruptcy. Ail enemy H
aui-e to flouriuh. Tho pattern Sunday
tcbuol boy Is cut off In hbi youtli; th6
truant si own to manhood marild hap
Idly and dies rmpected and rcrattcd
rtiy all. The vvoithy oulh never uiar-
rlr the woman he loves: fthe uiarrlb
his utterly worthless rival.
It. II. llngnu.
for sale. Hnnulrc of
Tho ladles of the Christian church
arc making great preparation for
their Enstcr markets to be held the
3rd or :ith of April. tf
lln Yoa FHliit.
To make room for a new stock of
paints oils and glass we will close
out tlm .prepared paints now on hand
atvoiMiovv.v thick. The I-'agle Drug
KiscuEchmldt A. Wckel's for good
honest bargains in boots and slices.
Tho latest up to date neopolllau ico
cream and charlotte rnsse for parties
and socinls put up by Ultzhaupt the
Klsensehmldt A Welckel. US West
Oklahoma avenue will commenc in a
day or two to dispone of the entire
stock of footwear which they hnve re-
cently purchased. These goods will
be sold nt. very low prices as will also
everything in ihecnmlilned storer. dur-
ing this special sale. It will be a-rare
opportunity tf. purchase anything in
tho shape of footwear and the assort
ment will lie sit large that you cannot
fail to dud what yon waul Notice
will be given of the date the special
Rale will begin.
J usttco dockets '.latest btyle neatly
bound for talo al The Lkaiikk orllce.
Sct'tl nuts Itluo grass ami
gunlim seeds. .1. (S. Poland
cor. Okla. avo. and '.Mid street.
See Ihr 1 Ight.
Tor the athletic contest at CI Paso
February 14th to 20th the Santa Ko
route will sell excursion tickets lo Kl
Paso at ono fare for the round trip.
Tickets on sale February 8th Dili loth
11th and 12lh good lo return until
Side trips to Mexico. To enable
persons desiring to tako a side trip to
to Mexico or elsewhere an extension
of thirty days from date of deposit
will bo granted to original purchaser
on the return portion of Kl Paso
tickets provided they arc deposited
with .1. 1 Donohuc joint Agent at HI
Paso on or before Feb. 20th.
Itnlcft-U. S. Ourrt-iii'i
Kl Paso Tex. to Mexico city
and return S20.00
Side rates from main line points
on Mexican Central Ky Ii.oo
Aguscalicntcs to Kan Louis l'o-
tosi and return 8 fiO
Irapuntc to (luadalajara and
return (1 GO
San Louis Potosl to Tamplco
and return S 50
Silas to MarlH and return .50
Mnrlll and Guanajuato via tram cars
is 10 cents Mexican currency In cadi
direction. Tickets will bo limited to
thirty dnys from date of sale with
stop-overs at pleasure- in either direc-
tion within tinnl limit.
I it. ii. m;i...MiY igcui.
Lost A cloth black-board roll con-
taining also a Hlblu chnrt ou road duo
north of Oulhrlc. Please leave at
Loador ofllce and recelvo rowanl.
Itov. .1. K. Piatt.
AVIicr In lli-ll?
According to tho learned Dr. Wilis-
ton the friend and adviser of Sir Isaac
Newton hell is situated on a comet.
In answer to the request for tomo tan-
gible proof on the subject tho follow
lng unique theories were given: "It
seems to me" said tho doctor "that
Hits thing which you lightly say 'must
belong lo mo nnd mc alone' does lo-
cate hell tho awful prison houso of tu
damned In the fiery nucleus of com
(porliaps yet undiscovered) comet of un-
thinkable size. In ittt wide arching
chariot of tire they will bo whirled in
the twinkling of tin eye from tho In-
tolerable boat of tho sun back into
Bpnco hundreds nnd hundreds ot mil-
lions of miles fiom tho great torch-
boarer ot our system. Thus lnstantlr
tho wrotched tenants will be given two
unbearable extremes one of cold tho
other ot heat. This is to continue
through the endless ages of ctcrnlty.'-
"Whorc is the minister who could preach
that doclrlno to-day and hold his pul-
pit? kOYAL Baking Powder.
Highest ot all in leavening
Strength. -U S Oovtrnmcat Rtfert.
Tho First. Thing
Is . .
Tickets for the concert are 25 cents.
If you uttond and aro not tempted to
pay more the Leader misses its guess.
A fresh cow kind nnd gentle.
ranted. Enquire of 11. H. Hugan. .11
I am In busIncBH to make money.
Hut 1 don't expect to get rich this
year or next. I go on these principles:
Make a man's clothes tit perfectly
(live him a cloth a little belter than
you Icll him It is.
Don't put Hie price any higher thar
It ought to be.
Tho best part of this plan Is that
your customer conies back every time
he wants clothes and sends his friends
arauud too. That Is the way I hope
to make money.
Uoorgo 11. Wl II is
Now is the limo to have your pianos
and organs tuned and repaired for the
winter festlvities-by your homo tuner.
Prices reasonable to suit the tunes
and work warranted bccond to nouiv
Hring in your old laid away guitars
and violins aud have them repaired
ad lusted and put in tlrst class order.
Your guitar can be tuned to concert
pitch. No more bridges pulled off
tho tone greatly improved and mad
better every way by applying the la-
test improvements. New muticalgoodi
furnished nt the lowest prices obtain-
able. Call or write. Orders can.lT
left with C. W. White the Jeweler.
Prof C. E Richardson
203 Washington Arc.
For Sale. Horse buggy aud bar- '
uesH. llorfic In good condition; best
horsn for u lady. Apply Rtrobel's meal
market 10'J S. Second. '
LB III II 'III 7ZJm.
SKIN ? CURE?
Mrtil lH '!in FkKJ.
Wwr'ti Duv lrii.
I. Ht$'ff-i H"' rr
Kar ala---At Loader otllce;
niOdiitm Chandler A Price
iritis IfxSO. It U lu porfoot condl
tlon Ami Is running every day at our
film Wo must make room for large
llulkrit behind of
and 3d ItcuUlt Itloek.
iiiush. coonm ti
FwruUliiHl rHMilK. vviih or wUImhiI
Ivoiird t Mi. Newton s. Am Util
HiatiwwhtntHt A Wcctw-I tuv u-ilnif
hfHiU uml shiHM ctleflprr tUu any
other housr in town.
From a private lellor rcucived from
IVr. .1. W. Furrier tho .Uwelur we
learn with ploasnre ihftt -ho hi pros
iieilng at ilutl.rle. wham ho ta now
located. F wan ulj one time vle-
proalileiil of the Amerloftii Jowolsrs
Aoe)utiou. ami an an;j.nrt work
wan ha fev if any. rtquala Vnkon
I m (i li'n i- ".hue go lo Likciim-Ii null
x Wril.et- lln are I'lVui bargam-
1 -yasy-ingiajc- 3
r- i 1 -r -iVA
I 1 . . r ... r.M
J -V1L aLmr -.-t F.
tSOr' WliUMVUIlM VS
W.llil MIM.U lbli.li...
Deh tiradt Tobacco
Iicuf of torturing liflnriiig huuiih
VliurT hiiinijr. r the mom iiulrrlul r
SaldllikWKluutllkciilJ. lliiiiiJi Jtpoli N'tw-
...v.i.Klnj J-Jw.iJ M.rnmJaH. foil .')H
l ciiim. uml-. soi nop. pu.ioii. u. s.
ltD( "f J UUd Loftr
Au avtul traRi'dy ourrd sit Prla
Immediately after a w?ddimr iMteuauy
two weeka uo. Ah the m-wly uiarxld
touyle l-it thi iburi'h at fht Vlao St.
Khom-oU Xavter. u. joutitf well-dretiu
iuaa stepped out t toe crowd au4 lu
lull slgut ot the bride uid brldfrfTogua
h fired two ukoU into hi. brain rfiHlbtl
dead ut t belt1 f;t. Tho nclwajat wt.it
Indescribable ttu brldo fainted and
H 13 faret. Mill btvcooi lnwr.9. 'i tit
bUiat wjj a tltd tiw of ttw WW.
Ituiklit' Arulc Ml
The bMit Milvf In the world tur rnU.
l.mlscs nowi. salt rhenni fhver i.ire
chipped hands teller nicm-s dill-
I lain. cariM and nil nktn erup-
l.onM and pnrltivily cure pile or no
pay required. It is guaranted to glvo
pcrfe. t satlsfaetiou or Inoiifiy lefuuded.
Prleo ftlivntH per box. For sale by
rtealiiuiau Drug Co.
ouioera havft nrrostcil six membdts
of a gang of hoisa and oattlh thieves
n the Plattron country who have been
terrorizing farmers along the Una of
tht Oiagu and Ureek Indian nation for
n veai They are William Walsall
i lint iuoi.- ami four half lite.tj
'i iielVi.vbrt cuapCd
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Nevvp nature Invention botany
P.lectrlclty Chomibtry Medicine Hy-
Formerly Boston Journal of Ministry.
F.ularged and Improved
loniaiiisa number of short easy
pincilcal interesting and popular
-jelentitlo articles that can In appre-
ciated and enjoyed by any Intelligent
reader even though lie knew little or
nothing of science.
II is profusely and free from Technicalities
Newsdealers 10 cents; 51 00 per year.
Mention this paper for sample copy.
Largest circulation of any scientific
paper in tho world. Published month-
ly by llenj. Llllard 19 Liberty street
Ity a special clubbing arrangement
we can now furnish the Oklahoma
Leader and Popular .Science both
for one year for only 81.30
Onion anil Krxlili'iirr
for. J'lml uml llurrlnon.
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remote from hin-wa. i
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Texas SlfthiRs jn
Illustrated American..... 10
Comic Weekly ..................Ill
t'nrle Sara .. 10
Leslie's llutleet p
Mummy's MaK.ij-.Iue . .. w
McClure'b Magaitne 10
CosmoiHilitan . . .... 10
The Great Divine ...pj
ttarper'M Weekly w
MetroiKilltan Magazine .. 16
f.adles Homo Journal .
Ilarjier's Magazine ... .
Review otllevlcMn .
Currint Literature ..
Lc.lle-H Popular Monthly .
L Art de Lainodc
UonTon . . . .
A large lino of story books and dally
papers etc. They will tako your sub-
scription for any periodical published
at publisher's price. They carry tha
largest and best selected stock of
books in the city and solicit your pat-
ronage in this lino
F B LILIE & CO.
drug Book and News Depot
Arc indeed now model and not 'j patterns
masquerading under tho guise of '00 wheels.
Public approval bus dourly dcinoubtrHtcd
that tho exclusive and practical lteuilugtou
improvements aro fully appreciated by good
riders everywhere and the universal reputa-
tion for cnccUoiicc accorded Itemiugton pro-
ducts during thu past w) yuara Is of iUolf &
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 11, 1896, newspaper, February 11, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73552/m1/4/?q=%22%22~1: accessed April 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.