The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 106, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 14, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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TH.E LfiADaSft GLTHIUE OKLAHOMA
will be turned upqidc down in re of tin time if you use Clfliretlo
Soap. If you do your own washing this means rest for you. If you
hire it done it menus jnoncy for ou If time is ever elaborately
thrown away it is over a wash tub with a poor soap.
is mode to wash clothes as they should I e washed. It distinguishes
friend from foe your clothes from the dirt and spares oue while it
strikes the other You must use soup why not the best? Suppose
you are now suited jou will feel no worse when ou arc belter suited.
Try Claircttc. Clairrttc Soap has long been made and has friends
everywhere. Sold even-where. Made only by
TUB N. K. PAIRUANK COMPANY St. Louis.
CITY IN HIUKP.
I'arionul I'nlnU mid flintier Traiinplrlnc
In nml About tint CI!.
Mayor Martin is in HI Ilono.
J. M. McDonald is hero from Mulhall.
Steve liurkc is homo from Chaudlor.
M. Ilalcor of Chandler is in tho ally.
A. II. Classen of Kdmoud is In tho
E I). Nix was able to be out y as. tor-
day. Mrs. Shophard is home from Torro
Zaoh Mulhiill was in tlio city yes-
terday. Judge Strang attended I'urry court
Dr. Cottcral wants to bo president of
tho city council.
Two cases of smallpox arc reported
at Oklahoma City.
The most stylish lints in the city lit
Mrs T. K. Tingle's.
J. II. Dunn of Oklahoma City wab at
tho Royal yesturduy.
Sheriff DeFord was up from Okla-
homa City yesterday.
Mrs. P O Cassldy uud family left
for Shawnco yesterday.
The latest bprlng novoltius in millin-
ery at Mrs. T. K. Tingle's.
Mort L Hixler of Normun is pre
paring to locate at HI Ilono.
Attoruoy-Gouorul Uulbrallli was up
from Ok 1 uli o in u City yebtorday.
W. H. Karl of Newkirk and J. W.
lluunu of Perry tiro in tho city.
V. I). Fossott and 1. .). Anderson
of Kingfisher were in the city yester-
day. Everything at cobt until sold at
Mis. T. IC. Tingles millinery oinpo-
rium. Mrs. Justice Ilurford and Mrs. Jus-
tice Scott sang in a musloalo ut Kl
Iteno the other night.
A. C. Doldu of tho Newkirk Tlmos
aud ahslbtant postmustor of Newkirk
was in tho city yohtorday.
Kd Fitzgernld u prominent ranch-
man of the Cherokee strip was a vis-
itor in tho city yesterday.
Kill Clutu has boon made ironorul bo
lictor for tho Knouitou Dandurine
company in tho United Statos
Mrs. II. H Dawes founder and prin-
cipal of Dawes Academy at llurwyn
I. T. is visiting at Or. Huxton's.
W A. Ilatiuny and family will leave
this morning for Fulton ICy. to visit
laiativos. Tnoy will bo absent several
Wa-1'o-Sho a Sue and Fox ohlof is
under nrrost. lie refuses to allow olll-
oors to place Ills chlldion In thu gov-
Lou Whorton of tho I'urry Sontlnul
was in tho city yostorduy. Lon hah
boon confined to his bed witli sickness
for hovoral weeks.
Assistant District Attornoy Koy
lloffmau raturnad from Oh mull or Sun-
day and went to Perry yesterday to at-
tend Judga liiurur's court
In Oklahoma whore tho ruin is
bountiful- thu government guage
shows over 10 inehos of rain since Sep-
tember 1 1S95 to April 13 1800.
Lon Poling was indiotod by the grand
jury at Cliundlur last weok for tho
ini'rder of Maker two years ago. linker
was resisting arrest ut the time of the
killing Poling gave bond.
Coin puny A held u good moating last
night A uumeer of strict ordors re-
garding discipline wore read by order
of Capt. itarnes. Uoroufter all nbseu-
teos will bo severely dealt with.
Will Hot-stall John Ooloblo and U
F. Ardery raturnod yesterday from
Kingflshor whore they attended a
bwcII party glvon by Miss Lula Marsh
at the heme of her uncle ox-Govornor
Tho young man who has baon writ-
ing scurrilous squibs for tho Kansas
City Sunday Suu should lose no time
in squaring himself with those whom
ho has injurod. It will save him
Miss Alice Schnell yesterday Usuod
invitations for an Easter ball to bo
fflven Wednesday April II at MoKen-
non opera bouse. Tho affair promises
to be the swell eveut of the present
Mow tlio Smitii I'e Agent' Wants Wcro
E2J Over Supplied
llefore 0 o'clock exactly 43 felines
had boon dolivered 20 of which were
purchased by Del and turned loose in
tho warehouse. At 13 o'clock 10 more
cats had been added to the collection
and by 0 o'clock the Santa Fe yards
swarmed with felines All day vo&tcr-
day the cat rush continued and Agent
Delaney was dismayed. Everybody
mon women and children carried cats
to tho depot and finding the demand
supplied dumped the animals out of
tho bags into the waiting rooms and
odious. During yesterday morning a
number of speculative small boys
pooled and bought up 103 eate which
they triumphantly carried to the de-
pot. When Delaney ospiod this calva-
eade ho rushed to the telephone rang
up tho Leader olllee aud ynllod "For
God's sake lull that cut ud. and come
down and get sonio cats." Want uda.
in thu Daily Loader bring certain re
For sometime pust the Santa Fe de-
pot has been overrun with ratw not
typographical rodontk -but plain
everyday rat In Sunday's Leader the
courteous Santa Fe agent otuiiud a
want ad. to beiusorted udvertuing for
30 cats ut thu depot.
Lust night another installment of
eats was left at the depot and Delaney
siok at iieart l us'ied home in front of
himself. To mention "oat" in I) el's
hearing now means certain death
Daggagemau Steele litis captured l'J2
loo&o follneb and turned them over to
the Dundciinu company He believes
that scientific hair treatment on the
cats will bring fortli a now and novel
brand of Cole Martin
JOHNSTON'S H0I)Y tiUAKD
ltuleux tt from .lull Altor Serving Time
lor WhUhy .Selllui;.
Kuv George Johnston a colored di
vine and an evangelist of the Ilaptist
church who has the distinguished
honor of having caught in his arms
Gon. Albort Sydney Johnston of tlio
con fed rate army when he fell from
his horse wounded unto death at the
battle of Sliiloh was yesterday re-
leased from the federal bastlle after a
twonty-duys' confinement for intro
ducing whiskey into the Indian Coun-
try. He was a drum-major in the con-
federate army at the age of 13 aud tho
body servunt of the confederacy's
greatest military genius at the time of
hUdjath. He is In recolpt of it late
copy of "Illustrated Africa" from tho
old folks at home in Timbuetoo. the
only one of three copies west of tho
Father of Waters. Mr. Johnston de-
clare he will no longer continue in
the whisky business but will imme-
diately ontor into a more honorable
and lucrative business
Hugan & Paine the enterpritin?
realty men are circulating thousands
of circular letters throughout the east-
ern states tolling of Oklahoma and her
resources All real estate dealers
should follow suit. Hugan A; Paine
ropre6ont N. P. Garroston of Topeka
for whom they have loaned $30000 on
Oklahoma farm lauds. Mr G believes
in the future of the territory and will
increase his holdings here.
Highest Honors World's Fnir
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Justice dockets latest style noatly
bound for 6alo at Tub Lkadkb office
Iter C N Queen Opet ft Siwles f
inoti mi Wonmtilt.tetl.
Itflv C N Queen pastor of the PI -mouth
Congregational chnrtli. opened
a serial Sunday night upon "I'm on
tho Girl's Side" afllrtnmg that he was
doing it in the interest ot womanhood
motherhood home society church
atate and nation with all of whi.-h
woman holds intimacy He denied
that woman wai naturally better t!i m
man saying ' In the sphere of ma
hood man Is the better In the sp'i3i
of womanhood woman ia tho bet t it
He spoke of woman as the warden f
the house and the chief conservator f
the faith once delivered unto t1 .
saints. Anything that inlet feres w.th
the possibilities of the girl was a crime
against the race. It cannot be denied
that religiously socially and politi
cally the interests of the sexes ari
Youthful enerfUa ambitions atid
passions deserve the most careful
attention aud formidable safeguard
Ujeful lire and accomplished charac-
ters are not the results of chance
Natural endowments undeveloped
and presonted to the world folded in
I a napkin will not stand for merit.
Accomplished womanhood Is demand-
ed and insisted upon. Hut woman-
i hood mean infinitely more than no-
i calloused hands delicate fingers skill
fully sweeping the keyboard of the
piano or drawing the bow across the
violin reproducing the harmonics of
the old masters.
The papor was closod with uuiantl
ful bit of poetry entitled "Wanted A j
i Girl: Not a Hutterily Gay."
1 This is but the beginning of what
I will undoubtedly prove to be a very
useful and interesting Buries of papers
upon a subject of common interest in
I tho community.
JIKS. EUEY TO ENTEUTAIV
(Jutlirle I.tidliw ut AVIiUt lit Okluliuinii
Elegantly printed invitation have I
been issued by Mrs W II. Kbey to a
reception Wednesday afternoon at her
beautiful home on liroudway to meet
the Guthrie Indies While Mrs. Mbey
has given many charming functions to
her immediate social circle since she
took possession of her new home this
will be the first occasion of its opening
to her culling list Guests of honor
will be the Guthrie Whist Club whi -h
has a membership of thirty-four and
tho Afternoon Whist Club of tills city
of which Mrs. 12 bey is a member. After
tlio reception which will beheld from
2 to 0 the Guthrie ladies will be en-
tertained at tho homes of the mem-
bers of tho home club and in the even-
ing a rccoption will be given thorn at
tho opera house. Oklahoma City He-
publicau. IteilH til AVeillouk.
Wednesday Judge Lemei t united
Spotted Horse Chiof and Mrs. Nannie
Kostcr in thu hold bonds of matri-
mony. The pluintiit and defendant
nre both l'.uvnue Indians. Spotted
Horbo is thirty-five years old and lost
his wife some four or five months ago.
Mrs. Kestcr is twenty yean old and
burled her former husband about two
menths since Neither can speak Eng-
lish and Kusscau Pappan noted as in-
terpreter dining the marriairc cdre-
mony Pawnee Dispatch.
.like lliu l'lereo.
Morris Zukemun lins disposed of all
his interests in Pawnee and bade thu
city good-bye Wednesday leaving for
Ardmore where his father resides.
Morris was an industtious citizen and
it is to be regroltod that such a good
man has left town. Thu T.-D. will
follow him to his now home Pawnee
Sondyour address to U E Huchlen
& C j.. Chicago and got a freo bample
box of Dr King's New L'fe Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merit.
These pills are ousy in action and are
partieulutily ofToctfve in the cure of
consumption and sick liuudaelie. For
Malaria and ltvor troubles they havu
been proved invalunblu. They are
guaranteed to 1ms perfectly fw from
every deleterious -subaUiao mid to
to bo purely vegetable. Tbr do not
weaken by their action I ft. j giving
tone to stomach and towe s. greatly
invigorate thu system. Regular size
25u per box. Sold by Seatonian Drug
Attornoy Whittinghili and Churloy
Hunter came in from Jin Id last night
Whit litis just fallen heir to a fortune
which he is trying to spend
It. it.'. VpII.I1 KI.III... II..'.- Ita i
uowor bus restored gray hair to It
original color and prevented bald new
in thousands of oasos. It will do so to
A 1'rro lutitiirt.
Dr. J. T. UUey of Oklahoma City
will lecture tonight on ' Growing a
Man" at First M. 12 chureh. All in-
vltod. Are you one of those unhappy peo-
ple suffering with weak nerves? Rem-
embor that the nerves inav be made
strong by Hood's SarsunarlllH whlth
' foods thorn upon pure blood.
Hood's Pills are the host after din-
1 nor pill assists digostiou prevent eon
It's just us easy to try One Minuta
Cough Cure as anything else. It's
easier to euro u severe cough or cold
with it. Lot your noxt purchaso for a
cough be Onu Minute Cough Cure
Better mediaine: better result; better
try it. V. 11. LUlie & Co. aud a H
Au archory ami nice refreshments
only 10 cants at the William Tell soeial
Friday night. 1U4
It Is not a miracle. It won't eure
ovorything but it will oura piles.
That's what Do Witt's Witch Hojol
Salvo will do because it has dono it in
hundreds of cases. F. II. LUlie it Co
and C. It. ltonfro
kOYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all in leavening
Strength. -V.S Ouveroracnt Report
Are the Memenvm of Smte tire Telograpb
System ot the human body.
Norvos extend from the brain to every part
of the body awl resell every organ.
Norvos are lflce Ore good servants but hard
Norvos are fed by the blood and are therefore
like It In character
Norvos will he weak ami exhausted It the
Wood Is thin pale ami Impure.
Norvos will orly be strong awl steady If
the blood Is rteh red ami vlgvreus.
Norvos find a true friend In Hood's Sarsapa-
rllla because ft makes rich red blood.
Norvos do their work naturall) and welt
tin- brain n unclouded there are no
iieurnlKi' psini appetite amf diges-
tion are good win n ou take
The One True Illood Purifier All druggists. $1.
Prepared only l.y r I Hood A To Lowell Mm.
tj niM the bet fimllv cathartic
nOOU S FlIlS and mer stimulant Jflo-
The ladies of the Congregational
church will give a William Tell social
at the residence of Mr and Mrs P J
Hellman next Friday night. 14tf
W F Hallain. of the Kansas City
S ar's educational department was
called to Kansas City last evening but
will return within the week. Mr Cal-
lander can be fouud at the Star hea l-
quarters on Oklahoma avenue ready
aud anxious to wait on customer.
Deputy United Ststes Marshal Tom
Cook of the Paris Texas district ar-
rived in Guthrie yesterday with Lon
Cephus a fugitive from justice charg-
ed witli stealing a horse and saddle in
the Osagu Nation. Cephus was given
quarters in tho federal bastile.
Capta'n DeFord of Oklahoma county
came up this morning and arrested A.
11. Crichtou formerly traveling sales
man for the Swift l'acicing company
of Kansas City ou chargo of embezzle-
ment. Crichtou wan arrested here
some weeks ago ou the snme charge
The man who stands idly by and
sees the life fading out of his wife's
face sees her health going sees her
becoming old and faded and wrinkled
when she should still bo in the perfect
enjoyment of vigorous useful health
is either les.s than n mau or else does
not know of the one remedy which
will bring her back to health and
strength. Perhaps hor husband can-
not persuade her to go to the doctor
because she naturally dreads the In-
evitable "examination" and "local
treatments " He can persuade her. if
she needs persuasion to take Dr
Pierce's Favorite Proser'ption This
truly wonderful medicine lias cured
hundreds of wotneu after the best phy
deiun.s have failed. It lias been in
constant use and tested every day for
thirty years. It isn't an experiment
there uru no chances about it. It ia a
certain cure for all derangements
weaknesses irregularities and dis-
placements of internal organs peculiar
Joe Henderson a deputy from Pari
Texas w hllo drunk on a Choctaw train
near Chickasha the other day terror-
ized a couch full of passengers and fe-
loniously assaulted John Prjor of Ok-
The latest results of pharmaceutical
science and the best modern appli-
ances are availed of in compounding
Ayer's Sarsaparilla Hence though
half a century in existence as a medi-
cine it is fully abreast of the age In
all that goes to make it the standard
Take n doo of De Witt's Little Early
Hisurs just for the good they will do
you There little pills are good for in-
digestion good for headache good for
liver complaint good for constipation.
Thoy are good. F H Ltllie A Co. and
C K. Ron fro
Charlie Cameron tlio carriage pain-
ter litis moved to the old Kimball
building on Division between Okla-
homa and Cleveland All woik guar-
For Sale or Kent Hukory and gro-
cery in good location. Cull at 31! S.
A little ill thun a little pill. The
ill is gono and the pill lias won. Du
Witt' Little Early Risers tho only
pills that cure b'reut ills F. IS LUlie
A Co and Ren fro.
SiolimlM anil KyitclHthf.
Those who wish their eyes scientifi-
cally examined aud have glasses prop-
erly fitted should not fall to consult
Dr. Igntitz Mayer at his office over
Heehive Oklahoma ave. 2 11 m 1
liusy people have no time and sensi-
ble people have no inclination to use a
slow remedy. One Minute Cough
Cure acts promptly and gives perma-
nent results F. It LUlie t- f'o and
Those who believe William Toll to
be only a mvth should see him hit the
mark next Friday evening at Mr. Hell-
man's new residence. 1 Itl
A tine carload of seed barley has
been received by the Welcome gro-
cery which Is being sold at 40 coots
LADIES REMINGTON MODEL SI PRICE IOO
Are Not Cheap at Any Price!
' ' ' '"'
Vlvery man to his own trade. Be not de-
ceived by those pretending to take your
measure and procure )OU a Genuine Tailor
Made Suit at one-half our price. They are
counterfeits and You are the Loser.
We have the largest stock of Woolens in the
City to select from and challenge competi-
tion as to workmanship and fit.
WILLIE The Tailor.
YUM YUM IT'S GOOD.
Why. the meat you buy f c H Owens Such delicious stuff you never tasted. He has
all kinds from tender JuUy steaks to salt meats oysters nsh bread batter etc. He has
cooked meats too that make) our mouth water to look upon. Vou are always promptly
waited upon for Owens know show He Is the oldest and best butt her 'n town Started
with Guthrie. He Is hajdy too for he has two markets. One at Mfl Oklahom.t avenue
known as the Model Market The other at 788 west Noble the Ione Star Pikes to suit
the times Ulve htm a call. You are sur ' nb "
Those are hard times and prices
count. If you havo never tried LUlie
.fe Co for what you want in tho drug
or book line juat give them one trial
and onr word for it you will be more
If you are needing a dress shoe re-
member you can get Williams Knee-
land & Co.'s best men's shoes at cost
Eisenschtnldt A Wecltel US West Ok-
Lost In this city April ? a gent's
topaz set ring Finder will leave at
this olllee and rereive reward
LUlie & Co. are making room for a
beautiful lino of new papers Their
clearnncu sale will last but a short
time longer lietter take advantage
of theso slaughtered prices. Many
patterns at less than wholesale price.
Hums are absolutely painless when
De Witt's Witoh Hazel Salve is prompt
ly applied This statement is trne. A
perfect remedy for skin diseases chap-
ped hands and lips and never faiU to
cure piles. P. 1! LUlie Jtt Co and C
The best men's Condovun aud genu-
ine Kangaroo hand sewed shoes at
cost. Eisensi-hmidt & Weckel
l'reuiluni fur l.lim lleniU.
The girl boy married woman or
man bringing and giving us the
largest number of lion heads cut from
Lion Coffee wrappers in the month of
April May and Juno beginning April
1st and all to be brought in by July
Ht will be given a handsome Ban-
quet onyx-handled lamp valued at
$10 The party bringing the s(cond
largest number will receive a hand-
some chamber-set value $.
Come to the store and see the pre-
miums you are to work for.
Thb Wki.coub Ukockry
Notice to Water I'diiMiiimrn
Until further notice is g'.ven there
will be some water pumped from the
creek each day. II. C Harnty Water
ltrilrnitlon of 'I tirrl torln 1 Warranto.
Uuiiihik O T. April 1. 18t6
Notice is hereby given that there
are funds on hand to "redeem warrauts
Uonernl Fund warrants up to and in-
cluding registered date Oct. 19 1893
and registered No 1063.
Normal School Fund warrants up to
mid including registred date Oct 2
1S05 and registeicd No. 3.11
University Fund wai rants up to and
;ncluding registered date Jan 1 1893
and registered No 261.
Interest censes ou all warrants in-
cluded in above call after thirty days
from date. M. L. Tuknbk
Treas. Okie. Ter.
For Rent Two oi four-room bouse
partly furnished with 5 good lots
well improved for raising ehiekens.
J''uquiro ut northwest corner of Fifth
and Lincoln or address A. II. Abin
Notice is horeby iflven that on the
21st day of April lbilfl at the hour of
2 00 p. m. there will be a meeting of
the stockholders of the Ardmore K'o
Co. at the ofticeof I'aul Jundl the sec-
retary of the corporation in the city
of Uuthrie county of Logan Territory
of Oklahoma in which county the
principal place of business of said cor-
poration is located for the purpose of
the adoption of by-laws for said cor-
poration ISy order of the acting pres-
ident. 7tll Alhkht UusMMki.i l'res.
If you want a wheel for your boy or
girl that will stand wear and ue get
the Hartford SS0 wheel. F. 15 LUlie &
Co sole agents.
3IISS Z0E THOMPSON
411 North llroaul Si.
Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental
Music l'rivate and class lessons in
Musical History. lm
Have you seen the '9o Columbies?
The pleasure you feel in riding a
wheel that you know Is the beat that
can be made is worth more than the
price you pay extra for your purchase.
F. H. LUlie k Co. have secured tho
agency for the Columbia Kike and
have them on exhibition at their store.
If you want to sec the best wheel that
can r made pall around.
Have yon noticed how the people are
carrying oft? that wall paper from Lil-
lle's drug store? Those wholesale
prices with the discount added catch
linektonV Arnica Halve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts
bruises sores salt rheum fever sores
chapped hands tetter ulaers chil-
blains corns and all skin erup-
tions and positively cures piles or no
pay required It is guaranted to give
perfe t satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents par box. For sale by
Seatonian Drug Co.
Famished rooms with or without
tnmrd at Mrs. Newton 403 East
Wanted A first clsss salesman;
heavy line. References nqnlred. W.
J. Uftllatn Hotel Royal. 712
A mule team a span of young miiros
and two young fresh milch cows for
sale at 520 Hast Noble ave
w 1 3 28 t
CHASE & SANBORN'S
"Seal Brand" Goffee.
Ctrved Exclusively to ths
OverTwcnty-Ono Million Pcoplei
f admlttHt&VVorld's Fair Grounds
Universalis accented aa the
WKLtOM I' OI'.OCl.UV Sol Agets
K W Cor Iltw -Imn Hint IlliUluu hi
Seud 10 cents and teceive a sample
FOR SALE BY
The sole agent W'm. ttitzhaupt.
Sroprletor Vienna Uanery aud Ice
ream I'arlor ill Harrison Ave.
Choicest candies on the market
put up in fancy boa bon boxes.
Special attention given to socials and
' n" ""- . - i v ft - . v
1 - t -- t M- f V -
Are Indeed new models and not '95 patterns
masquerading under the guise of '96 wheels.
Public approval has clearly demonstrate!
that the exclusive and practical Remington
improvements are fully appreciated by good
riders everywhere aud the universal reputa-
tion for excellence accorded Keinington pro-
duct during the past 80 years is of ltsolf a
snnlclent guarantee that in buying a Rem-
lug ton you can mate no mistake.
Handsomely illustrated catalogue describ-
ing new models will be teat free to any a 1-drees.
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