The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 146, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 30, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST CYCLONES WINDSTORMS AND TORNADOES WITH W. M BRONSON.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latent t S. C.ov't Report.
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CITY IN JI1MKF.
l'ersonal I'oliitn ntul Matter Trnililr!nc
In nntl About tho Oily.
Geo. Lalng Is over from Hnld.
Hob Lylo Is over from Kingfisher.
J S. Olcvor Is down from MnUiall.
Dr. 8. A. Moore of l'orry wai lit the
Attorney lloflman returned from
El Reno last ovcnlug.
Tho Reglraontal band gave 1U usual
Interesting concort last night.
Judges Tarsncy and L'urford will be
over from 131 Itcno Monday.
L. II. Mlnnick wont to Oklahoma
City to attend his wife who is ill.
Turkey lunch at the Silver Dollar at
8i30 tonight. Kvorybody invited.
Charles Osgcr lias just completed lor
tho Rush dry goods storo a handsome
Walter Medcalf Is lying dangrrOitsly
ill at his homo on South First street
with Hrlghts disease
Mr. Moflltt of Kingfisher Kan. is
preparing to open a grooery stro on
ast Oklahoma avonuc.
Sec Uambrldgo's painting ' The
Modern Jury" In Truth tomorrow. All
trains and nows stands.
There will be a sale of money next
Monday evening by tho Guthrie IlutluS
ing and Loan Association.
Mrs. M. A. Korn has returned to htjr
Michigan home after a pleasant Visit
with her daughter Mrs. Win HUncioc
The colored graduates from the Lin-
coln high school woro Mlsso Mary
Jones Klla Strong and ltd ward Loek-
harL Uuthrlo Lodgo No. 1 A. 0. IfaW.
took in twonty-six new motribore
Thursday night uud coufurroil twelve
Mrs. Graves has completed and now
occupies her now rosldonoc oi. Kaal
Vilas. It Is commodious and a crodil
to tho town.
Hall gamo Sunday afternoon be
tween Guthrie and l'orry clubs at the
fair grounds. Tho Santa Vo offers
Mrs Ned Chcadlo loft yeslarday for
Carthage Ma to visit rutattvos ami
friends. Ned plays the role of baehelor
Yesterday at 3 r in. in Vost Guthrie
Heme 11. Kail and Mrs. Iltildah Ijty-
wards wero united in marriage by lie.
Alex. M. Lennox.
Joe Severns says the ball game (sua
day afternoon uotwaan Guthrie anil
Perry will bo n corker. IV r feet or Jar
will bo maintained.
Thirteen wngonlnnds of bug wore
marketed in tho elty yewtwnlny The
porkcrB were rulsod in the
Tryon Lincoln county.
Ed R Pentecost has areeptcd a po-
sition with tho Alexander Lumber
company In Cripple Creek Colo. He
will move his family thera.
Today being a legal holiday the
Dally Leader will not issue tomorrow
in order that ts employes may recreate
and properly observe tho day.
Governor Ronfrow today appointed
J. D. Montgomery county commis-
sioner for district No. 1 in Cloveland
county vlco W. .1 Stow. reslgnod
Tho order of tho Patriots of America
will rucot Saturday night at 8 o'clock
lu tho district court room. Judge De
Hols will iellver an address on the sil-
ver question. All invitod.
A pleasant surprise was given Joe
Tipton at his homo by about thirty of
his friends. Gamos and inuslo were
the festivities. Ice oream and euke
wero served. All onjoyod themselves
Rail game at fair grounds on Satur-
day May 30 at 3:30 p. m. sharp. Capi-
tal City Rusiness Collogo vs. Downs.
Gamo will bo callod uftor tho oxerotios
at tho Christian church. Admission
10 and 15 cents.
II. II. Urown soul culturlst will de-
liver an address in the probate court
room Sunday at 3 p. in. Theme: "The
Purposo of Llfo." Mr. Rrown will In
stltuto during the week class as In
soul culture" or "the art of living."
Judge Goodrich's horse ran away
yesterday morning on Oklahoma ave-
nue. Joo Norrls' horse was fritrhtaned
by the commotion and both animate
torn down the avenue at u lively rato.
Luckily but little damage was done
CoL Fields the popular Ornml Army
orator and aido-de-eamp of the Half of
Gen. I. N. Wolf counninder-lii-ehlef
of the Grand Army was In Guthrie on
the 28th Inst. He will assist In the
decoration services at Creecenl today.
A grand rally and mass meeting of
Hndeavorors of the olty will lie held at
the Congregational church Sunday
evening from 0:0 to 7. JO. The llaptlst
and Methodist young people's societies
have been invitod to participate. This
will be tho last union meeting before
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free
horn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant.
40 V'vs the Standard.
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PI IlLIC SCHOOLS CLOSK.
Interesting Itaeroliinft llclil In llio IHITer-
The pnblie schools closed yesterday
after a very prosperous and sueeessful
year. All the pupils made marked and
rapid advances and great praise It due
Principal Itaxter and teachers for their
untiring labors In placing the publle
school system of Guthrie on a high
plane of excellence.
Appropriate exercises were held In
all the ward buildings yesterday and
the pupils acquitted themselves nicely.
Quite a number oi visitors were pres-
ent and m an I fee ted much Interest In
the work of the pupils.
Thursday evening the closing oxer
olsea of Lincoln school were held at
tlia opeffc house and nil Interesting
program was carried out.
This evening at the McKennon opera
house an exhibit of school work will
be given under the direction of the
teoahors. A short program will alio
be given. There nre no graduates
from the high school this year.
Mother's Day was appropriately ob-
served by grades I. and II. capital
school yesterday afternoon. Those
grades are in charge of Mrs. Ryan and
Mies Ilyrne and the work of the pu-
pils wai oxeeptloually fine. Follow
ing is tho program carried out:
fcong Child' Prayer . The Schools
Prayer Lord's Prayer in Concert School
Centre l Recitation Mother's Love
Mrs Hjran'a School
Recitation Mother . ..Lula Clark
I Love You Mather ..
- Don Declares He WenH
... . Justa Clark
lif Cottage lloffie . Miss Ilyrne's School
iwcuation. Dearest Mother Carrie II rue
' Mamma Zella Drake
' Grandma Al'as Doe .
. .. Harmon Posley
Which One Lovetl Her
Het ICyola Pare
Song Cradle Song Mr. Jtyan'e School
Iterltatlnn. Helping Mamma . Illanche Allen
" Mamma's Hit turiay
Hdva llercham Nellie Murphy
Song. Little Mother' . . l.lttle Qlrls
Kecltatlon Mother' My Sweet-
heart lMwln Cotteral
Mother. . Mi llyrnc's School
Oriaaiu'K Speck ltlsle Dolrater
I Love arandma Brtltlr Trumbull
Mothcr'H SoQoott to U
Song My Sunny Home The School
Keclialion lit ante Welnlrerger
Chatterbox . . Allen Hate
My Mother .. Vida Steam
' Six Year Old Mamie Taylor
Mothers ScrngK The School
Last night the Presbyterian church
tvttB (Wed with parents and patrons of
tho school on the occasion ot tho first
annual debate between pupils of the
High school. The di bate was upon the
question "Resolved That Religion is
n Wore Potent Clvlllser than Govern-
ment." Victor Sampsell mid Faiinlo
Ray took the affirmative side and
Krncat Peoples and Its tell a Weymouth
the negative. The debate was brisk
and exettlng. The seholars handled
the debate in an earnest mannor. Fol-
lowing the debate declamations uud
orations were given by High school
The following interesting exercises
were carried out at tho closing of the
public schools last evening:
l'lano Duet La Catlte de Ilagdau Uoleldleu
Misses Pearl Hutchinson and Daisy Nix.
Music. Bcho Song . . .Keats
High School Chorus.
Declamation Music on the Itamtaunock
.... - SotnervtUe
Declamation Scone row Uvang eline
Angy C. l'enny.
Piano Sole Martha .. Smith
Miss KelUt Kimball.
Declamation Brier Rose ltoycn
Amy A. Brooks.
Oration . Bight the Oonquerer
Lela S. Anderson.
Vucal Solo What a Little Bird Said
- . . Kmker
Mis Hoc Kimball.
Debate Resolved That Religion I a
MereJtoteat UivUlaer Than Govern-
ment Afltraaattve Victor Sampsel. Fannie A Kay
Negative- KateiU Weymouth Krnext
Music Come Fays and Fairies Whiting
Misses Anderson Penny Masaey Oldham
Palmer and Brigs.
Male quartette. Speed Away Woodbury
Messrs. Burkney Uilby. Me teal f and
Music Hence Now Away Lecocq
High School Chorus.
Mend your address to H JC liuoklen
A Vx. Chicago and get n free sample
box oi Mr Kings Arw Pills A ires
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in aetlon and are
partlculaaly effective lu the cure ot
consumption and sick headache. For
Malaria aud liver troubles they have
been proved invaluable. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
every deleterious fcubalanen nnd to
to be purely vegetable. They do not
weaken by their action but by giving
tone to stomach aud bowels greatly
invigorate the system. Regular siso
33c pof 1kx Sold by Seatonlan Drug
! The Leader i requested by Mrs Por-
ter to anuouuee that the proposition
! to provide her a beu lit from a game
I of bae bil I to I' played uext Suuday
I was entirely without her knowledge
and while she appreciates the benevo-
lent feeliutrs of those who suggested it
. she must positively decline to accept
1 any assistance provlUssl that way.
Today being a legal holiday tb
pof toHce will b open for the delivery
of wail from 9 to tf:o a. in. nnd c to
C p. m. J. 11 Lakwxm P. M.
lie linjolni Uion (he Clllt'iit of llutlirle lo
tlbaerve llecorntlnn ly.
The 10th day of May has been net
apart for the purpoe of resting from
our usual avocation ot llfo that we
may devote a few hours In remem
beraiKV.to those brave heroes who so
nobly and fenrlossly olTired their
lives an a sacrifice for the principles
that tli ay believed to be right and
Just. And whilo wo nro left to enjoy
tho blessings that are gained to us
through tlioir groat sacrifices it Is bo-
flttlng that wo devote a few hours In
decorating tho grnvos of those who
are sleeping beneath tho sl'.ont and in
other ways keep memory alive to tho
noble cause those dead heroes have
Thorefore I A O Farquharson
mnyor of the city of Uuthrlo do here-
by request that the peoplo of this city
to close their plaoos of business be
tween tho hours of S andSo'olockp in.
May 30th 18J0 and proceed to the
cernetory for purposo of docornting
tho gravos of our loved ones; nnd to
the several placos of worship.
Dun. at my ofllco In tho city of
Outhrle this 28th day Of May 1806.
A. O. FAltQI-HAllSO.V
Those who have mod I)r King's Now
Dlseovory know its value nnd thoso
who hnvo not now have tho opportu-
nity to try It froe. Send your name
and uddross to II. IS. lluoklin & Co.
Chicago nnd get a sample box of I)r
Ring's New Life Pills free as well as
a copy of Guide to Health and House-
hold Instructor free. All of which
Is a gunrantoo to do you good and
cosl'you nothing At Seatonlan Drug
Itallroml AKSOHKiiient llleKiil
Tho caso of tho Atchison Topcka
& Santa Fo Railway company against
tho board of territorial railway asses-
sors was tried In tho district court
yostorday and today and resulted In a
decision of tho court holding the ac-
tion of thn territorial board of railway
assessors in nssossing tho property of
railroads in this territory as illegal.
The court hold that tho territorial
board of railway assessors could not
arbitrarily llx any valuo on tho prop-
erty they saw fit but must assess tho
proporty according to the evidence
before thorn and found that the board
had assossod the proporty of the rail-
roads of the territory beyond Its trno
value being about double the assess-
ment on tho same proporty for the
year 1805 and at tho rato of about
612000 per mile.
It is fortuuato for a man when
ho first discovers tho value of
Ayor'a tSarsaparllla as a blood-purl-
flcr. With this medicine ho knows ho
has found a remedy upon which ho
may roly and that his life-long mal-
ady Is at last conquered Has cured
others; will euro you.
l'lcnnaut I'linlo Party.
Win. Spurlocknnd wife Frank Lucas
nnd wife A. P. Saunders and wife R.
V. Sinlth'and wife Luthor West and
wife W. S. Sponcor and wife A W.
McCain nndjwlfc woro Invited to the
boaullful home of Ed Kail and wltc
west of tho city last ovonlng. Ham-
mocks swlngs.'croquot otc afforded
part ot tho ploasuros nnd a Quo picnic
suppor of fruits fried chicken lomon-
adc ice cream did tho rust
KruptluiiH of the Mil In
Yukon Okln May 1 1800. Wo have
beon taking Hood's Sarsaparilla for
eruptions on tho skin and arc woll
satisfied with tho rosults. Mrs. Eliza-
Hood's pills euro all livor ills.
The following advertisement np-
poars In tho Perry Entorprlsa-Timee:
"A private soldier late of tho army of
tho Potomac always on guard to in-
sure ponco and harmony at Mrs. L. J.
lladlcy's boarding house. Toughs and
immoral persons barred out."
With but little euro and no trouble
the board and mustauho can be kopt a
uniform brown or blaok color by using
liuokingham s Dye for tho Whlsuors
Good pasture with good wator ad-
joining town. Horsos preferred Sco
L. V. Lavorty oi E. Y. Titus 24w2
A L Woostor a prominent citizen of
Oao Mich after suffering excruciat-
ingly from piles for twenty years was
mtroil in a snort timo by using De Witts
Witch Hazel Salve an absolute euro
for all skin disoasos. Moro of this
preparation is used than all othor
oomblnod. F It Lilllo it Co cor Harri-
son uud 1st st; C R Rcnfro 201 Okln.
Have you noticed how the peoplo are
carrying oir that wall paper from LU-
lie's drug storer Those wholosale
prices with tho discount addod catch
Wanted A safe flro and burglar
proof good elite. Correspond with J.
II. Charles Sac and Fox Agency O. T.
stating price size etc. Must be
cheap fcr cash.. 2otf
Itesema Is h frightful a miction but
like all other skin diseases it can be
permanently eured by application of
DsWUl's Witch Hnsel Salve. It nevor
falls to cure piles. F It Llllle A. Co
eor Harrison & 1st st; C It Hen fro to I
Have you seen the ttd Coluiublasf
The pleasure you feel in riding a
wheel that you know is the best that
can be wade is worth moro than the
nriee you nay extra for your purchase.
F. II. Llllle A Co. have secured the I '
agency for the Columbia Hike and
have theni on exhibition at their store.
It you want to see tbe best wheel that
can t made eall around.
Charlie Cameron the carriage pain-
ter has moved to the old Kimball
building on Division between Okla-
homa anil Clevelauo. All work guar-
LUIte & Co. are making room for a
beautiful Hue of new papers. Their
eleuraiioe sale will last but a short
time Linger lletter take advantage
ot th 'e slaughtered prices. Many
patt' rut at less than wholesale price.
I' ou waut a wheel for your boy or
gir' mat will stand wear and use get
the Hartford t50 wheel. F. L Lillie &
Co. . .sole agents.
Did you ever think bow readily tho
W1sj4 is poisoned by eaustlnatlon'Bad
Ulaod means bad health apd premature
Old sge. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
tho famous utile pill overoomos oosti
nat constipation. F R Lilllo A. Co
oar Harrison and 1st st; C R Ren fro
Ml Okla avo.
Blood means sound health. With puro
rich healthy blood the stomach nnd dl
gcstlvo organs will be vigorous and thcro
will bo no dyspepsia. Itheunifttlnm and
Neuralgia will lx unknown. Bcrofuln nnd
Bait Rhoum will dlsnppwr. With pure
Your r .111 bo strong ami your
Bleep pound swett nnd refreshing.
Hood's Sarsaparilla makci pure blocxl.
That Is why It cures bo manv disease.
That Is why so many tlion-taud" lake it
to cure dlBCBKO retain k "d health pre-
vent sickness nnd suffering Remember
IstlieOneTruo Wood Purifier Si per bottl9.
u it -. cure Liver IIM; easy to
liOOU S IJlIlS take. eai to operate. 25c.
The city council and all officers and
employes of -the city are hereby re-
quested to meet anil inarch with tho
procession today at 2 p in.
A. O. FAHqUHAKSO!!
On and after June 1st The Rush will
do a cash business onlv. We shall
pay cash for everything WE buy and
shall positively expect cash for all
we soil Keep an eye open for our
noxt poster but don't read If you
want to buy dry goods carpets or
shoes ospocially shoes of any ono
else. Hoods delivered anywhero
within two miles of store freo. Wc
aloso now at G 30 except Saturday.
Tiik Rush J. C. Dana Mgr.
There will be a dance nt the park
tonight. All are invited with the ex-
pectation of good behavior.
Havo you hoard tho new aong "In
the Shadow of tho Pines?" It is 1m-
meuce! Logg Rros of ICnnsas City
Mo havo it and they are making a
cut price of US cents a copj. Take our
advice aud send for one.
One minute Is the standard lltn.tinil
One Minute Cough Cure is tho standard
preparation for every form of cough
or cold. It Is the only harmless rem-
edy that produces Immediate results.
F 11 Lill'o A Co cor Harrison and 1st;
C R Ronfro 201 Okla nve.
Lost In the Central school bu ldlng
a small gold locket. Finder please re
turn to Ruth Kerr 310 Ifiast Cleveland.
Special classes will bo organised
Juno 8th for tho accomodation of
students from the city schoolB. Wo
have made a very reasonable rote and
all those who may doslro to attend
morning sessions during vacation
should cull and get terms for such
branohoB as they desire to pursue.
Capital Cm- ili'si.vitss Colluo k
115-117 Second street
Good family mure harness and bug-
gy; also good mlloh cow. Enquire of
F. J. Dolcater Leador ofllci .
Ttnt.1. nfTnr nvnr SW. I akos n. 'Ill Mini pi
40 Columbia blcyclo; rlddon twice llox
131 Perry O. T. 3t
Tlio membors of the Free Re-
publican club moot at Second and
Perkins streets every Tuesday night
at 7:30 C. II. Tandy President; A. J.
The chance of your life time is to
secure one of those $6 atlasses of the
world. Lillie & Co. give one with $25
worth of purchasob'
Outsiders having advertising to do
Porry or Guthrie please write Smith
tho bill distributor hex 200. Guthrie
. Guthrie vs. Edmoud at Edmond
May 30 1SU0.
Guthrie vs. Perry at Guthrie May
For this occasion the Santa Fe route
will sell excursion tlokets from nil
stations Perry to and iueluding Okla-
homa City at tho rate of one aud ouo-
third fare for tho round trip tickets
on sale to Edmond May 30 with return
limit of May 31. Tlokets on sale to
G'Uhrie.May 31 with a return limit of
A freight train leaves Edmond at
U:20 p m ; Gulhrio. 10:20 p in; Mnllmll
11:30; Orlando 11:10 p m. ; arrives
at Porry 12:10 a m.
Will carry passengers Irom luimoml
to Guthrie May 30. Guthrie to Perry
May 31. L. R Delanky
Furnished rooms aith or without
board at Mrs Nr ton's 403 East
One swallow does not make spring
but one swallow of One Minute Cough
Curo brings relief. F R Lillie & Co
cor Harrison and 1st st C It Renfro
204 Okla ave.
Taken up by N. 11 llij 04 East
Vilas. Owner pleuse I and get
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
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and Is the result ot colds and
sudden climitic changes.
It can bo carod l j t ileant
rBMilr ttiuca UsppHvl ili-
rsetlr Into the iuilril. ll.
reflet si omi
Ely's Bream Balm
U seknowlael to be the u. t tlioroa.'h rare fs
Nul I'iuitU OolJ la Ussd and Ilj titer (t ait
reraedie. It open sod tUn- the n mIiiJ
ulUji alD aud InlUmisan- n. tual ii.c soree no-
tecU tbe memUrano from cold. rtori tbe eeusea
oftaatosadnmull. I'rtoeJUc atDmt.'k:tsorbyuMU
I.Y UKOTIIitttH. M Warren hUrt-t Nrw York.
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times at the
Guthrie Fair Grounds
These races will be thrilling in the extreme and
will consist in chasing the Texas Mule-Eared Rab-
bit with the fleetest Greyhounds that the Texas
plains afford. The Deer races will be more inter-
esting and a rare sight. The Texas White Tailed
Deer will not be confined as they can easily leap a
ten foot fence but will be run by a pack of the cele-
brated Southern Deer hounds whose mouth makes
sweet music for the old huntsman. If you desire
to be entertained by some of the finest Southern
sport you ever saw be sure to come.
Have been procured for all towns from Purcell
to Arkansas City.
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FvnpriPnrpH Select tlio Waverley because they bave learned tiro tli f-
rn'j forenco between a wheel that is actually high jrado
RlUGrS and one that is simply claimed to be Some others
may be good ant the Waverlcy Is the highest o( all high grades Scorcher
3 (heightr-1 5 Hollo (SO and 93 inch) 975 and 885
NDIANA BICYCLE CO
1MII INAI'OI.IS INI
R&J x A We - mJCrmi Y -
LADIES REMINGTON MODEL 21 PRICK SlOO
Olsmith Arms Co.
Will give the most novel
and unique races of the
Friday and Saturday
5 & 6 at 3:30 p. m.
Are Built In Ibe
IGYGLES. largest and best
Equipped Fact ry
pighBofpflhll!lllBj!.In the World.
First publlsliod In lts Daily Lender Mny
Notii'o lor L'liblicalioi).
Land Ofllco n' (lutlirle O. T April 0
Notice U hereby glvun that 'lie following-named
sottler i.ss filed notice of his
Intention to muko fin il proof In support
of his claim aud thn' said proof will Lo
mado before tho Register and Knrelvor ut
Guthrie. O T. on Juno l ISKl viz:
Loo J Diwtul for lot 1 2 and s hf n o jr
sec i twp 1R. nr! w.o
Ho nuinos tlio following ltuiesos to
prove his continuous resluHiieu upon and
cultivation uf said land viz:
Hugh II MeCrary. Willlmn N Mitchell.
Joiepli llrirs's Otorge IVaker all of
Uuttiric. O T.
3.70 AN.) Cr.ooic lluglstor.
Are Indeed now models und not 'OS pulteirih
masqucratling under thu guUe f '00 wheels
I'ubllu approval bus clearly dcinniibtiu.le.1
that the exulubivo nnd praoliial Ueinlngton
Improvementfi are fully Hppreiatd by good
riders everywhere and the universal reputa-
tion for oxcellonca noerdel UenilngUin pro
ducts during the p-ist So y-ur Is of luolf n
sufilclent gua'anteo. that in biding a Itei
ington you oau uia-co. no mihtulro.
Haudsoinely illuMrated en Ulogue describ-
ing new models will be sent free to any a !
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