The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 151, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 6, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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THll LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
iortrfflre atuuthrie Okla.
'loader Printing Unmpany
IE Q. NIULACK. - - Edlton
riljr Morning l'spcr 1'oblUbeil In (lathrlfl.
OSBelal Organ of Oklahoma Uemoeraey
The O01cUl Organ of Logan Oount7
SATURDAY JUNH 6 1890.
Tiik Da.t Leader accepta advertis-
ing with the dlstluct Mid posltlvo guar-
antee that It liai donulo tho paid
clrculatlou of any nowtpnpor i ibllthodln
Thk Lrader lllndory Is ono of tho best
Inltltutions of tho kind In tho West and Id
dally turning out largo quantltloa of work.
Send In your ordura for binding and blank
books and they Trill bo promptly attondod
One month doll vorod In cllj I 10
Una month by mall so
Three months 1 w
Six tnonthl 3 00
Oos year bW
in monthi I so
Jne year too
Thk McKinloy boom Is atltl living n
double flnanoial life.
TiiKitK Is ono thing in favor of Pat
Nagle. He is not afraid to say what
Judok TxnsNKV liked life in Wash-
ington but ho bears a truer ring in
Tuk novelty of Hon. I'atNoglo's flop
having worn off it Isjio-v in order for
Pat to reflop.
Oot Wihfikm) Smith has been
thrustcd to tho front again by ex-Uay's
Bon's raise. Oom Smith should now
demand belligerent rights.
Having no particular work on hand
at present Sly Oberlandcr might re-
pair to Moscow and teach tho czar
khow to successful! launch a free
kjvn evening contemporary is slight-
fix in tho school board rominlscon-
Messrs. Ray and Jlolos were not
They resigned and aro now
resigned to their fate.
It docs lookas if thrtro would not be
much to guess about as to the rosult
at St Louis but to supply an element
of Interest Uio pooplo aro Invited to
take a guessapicco at McKlnloy's cm
Thk Representative nunouueec .he
name of P. S. Pulliam of Langston as
a Populist candidate for cougroas. Mr.
Pulliam may bo a "grand parliamen-
tarian" as the Represoutatlvu anys
but he will hardly roaoh.
Ji l)OK Pir.KH will not be a candidate
for ofllco this year. Tho Judge would
rather place his feet under a substan-
tia table aud discuBB tho dlvlno right
of iu. kings than spend his money In
Thk taxpayers administration Is
panning out very nicely 60 for as ex-
penditures are concerned. During tho
month iay " ntlro elty expensos
amoun to on . ot7.U3 This is tho
best monthly .record mado since tho
organization of the city.
Eastka.v papors aro making assor-
tions to tho effect that there nro "now
no divorce laws in Oklahoma since con-
gress knocked out tho ninety day sys-
tem." This is a harmful mistake.
Congress simply prolonged tho time to
wait for a decree from ninety days ic
Kansas Republicans aro gout x
make themselves ridiculous "oy sentlinf
a train of forty cars laden with Kan-
baa corn to St. Louis as r lucKinley
'iflom jjldcshow. McKinloy and Mc-
Kinlcyism are ond have boon inimical
to western Interests. Tho McKinloy
Idea which has porsistently rofused to
western producers tho advantages of a
right of way for tho goods they wished
to buy from Kurope while compelling
them to pay a heavy tribute to eastern
manufacturer; is ono of tho worst
enemies of the west tfor tho western
rtduccrs to offer up to that idoa a
train load of corn is as foolish as it was
for tho ancients to saoriflco their
daughters to a devouring Ohlmora
I'KOr. MUdlti: N TOKNAll()l;S
It was noticed at St. Louie that
nine-tenths of tho wrcckou or dam-
eged buildings scorned to have been
destroyed by un explosion within. In
an interviow on the subject in that
city Prof. Willis I Moore govo thlf.
oa his opinion:
J was especially Impressed witli tho
fact that hundreds of butldings woro
burst outward indicating that thoy
were at the center of a rotating mass
of air where contrlfugal force had
reduced the air pressure to suoh an
extent that tho expansion of the &lr in
the upper stories whore windows and
doors were closed had produced real-
ly an explosion of tho building.
Tho fact that this tornado traveled
through several miles of hoavy brick
buildings aud loft the city apparently
with greater force than ft had on eri
tcrlng Jllustrates the futility of plant-
ing forests to the southwest of a city
for the purpose of protection as many
people have advocated. As tornadoes
usually travel from southwest to
northeast "he Idea has been enter-
tained that & forest growth to the
eoutbwest of a city would dlslntp.
grata tho tornado whirl.
"Where Is tb.9 safest place to get
dnrlng a tornado?" Prof. Miore was
-y nl" 6'cst pmco ilurlnf such a
storm is an tiip collar of a frame house
The wcatht-r bureau has no re ord of
a persou having boon killed In Vho cel-
lar of f framo structure unless such
building was crushed by the falling
of a brick structure.
This is tho most destructive tornado
which the weather bureau has any
record of and Our files contain records
of about 800 such disturbances
Tornadoes cover a state but It is
highly improbable that the solonco of
weather forecasting will ovor roach
a dogroo of accuracy that it will bo
possible to forctoll tho cities or towns
that will bo struck. Whonovcr tho
govornment forecast contains a stnto-
mont that conditions nro favorablo for
sovero local storms or evon for thun-
dor storms it is well for the rostdonts
of a city recolving such forecast to ob-
Bervo carefully the formation of por
tontoiiB clouds and be ready to seek a
place of safety in somo frame building.
A will bo soen Prof. Mooro be-
lloves a collar in a framo building Is
tho safest place but in large oltiet
mainly built of brisk and stone the
building department should require
othor moans of safety of which tho
tornado eavn seems the moat preferable
It has boon tho subjoot of may a
forecast against Recti that'no speaker
of tho houso was ovor elected to tho
presidency. Than some person who
had looked into political history re-
marked thatox-Spoakor James K. Polk
who served from 1S35 to 1830 was
elected prcsldon in .R14. This fact
re-oncouraged Rood but the Orosvcnor
figures of McKinloy delegate again
caused him to dospalr whun he was
offered the vice presUloncy with a
prospoct of tho prosldoney In 1900
Tli on ho was told that no vice presi-
dent had ovor been olectod president
but another woll-posted man roferred
him to Martin Van Huron who was
elected vice president on tho Uokot
with Jackson In 1838 and oloctotl presi-
dent in 1S3G. This ro mi ml or porhnps
Induced Rcod to Blay in tho race.
CllAIltJhvN HAiiniTY is quoted as fol-
io wo in a Chicago paper: "I will re-
peat what 1 said in' Washington that
I am a dolcgato to the convention and
that If a 6ilvcr plnnk is put in the
Democratic platform I will nccopt It
as tho will of a majority of tho parly
and will stand it It is my boliof that
tho entire delegation from Pennsylva-
nia will do the same. I cannot soc
that tho convontion will be a vory
lengthy one on account of contests.
In tho first place we will not havo a
tenth as many contests to handle as
tho Jlupubllcan convontion at St. Louis
will havo to deal with. I cannot say
what prorogallvo the whole commiUoo
will tiocldo to oxcrolsa over contests
In organizing tho convontion. I cnu
only spoak for mysolf. Tho full com-
mlttoo will moot in Chicago on July 0
at 12 o'clock noon. Di courso all con-
tests .vlll .In ally bo settled in the ooj-
vontinn. Tho committee will name
temporary chairman and ho will name
the committed on credentials to con-
sist of ono from caoh state. The com-
mit uio will hear cntl dotormlne cor-
tests and lis rcportr will jo adopted
amended or changed vO BiiUtheuoi-
ventlon. Ii 4il nil Oh nn
.t.tr. !.. an 1 'mi' 10 Kanaaa (!Ur t;
Sllnno n j " iiiilUiuiuolia . Columbus 10
St 1'aul 1 (hand Hu.hl. II Milwaukw
Nni1 !eagua Uti too 8 Chicago ; New
Yort i.Mtit. Iula3: UlootaiHitl S llrooklyn 0;
aTUnrt T IlalUator 1; 1'hitaiUlphfa 1
l'UIlMte 8; WajhHjfton to Lonlivllla 4.
Wiin t n llnluiitlon Ib (train Unto.
Toi'MKA Kan. June ft. Tho Kansas
City lCnn. board of trade yestorday
filed with tho State board of railroad
commissioners So? potltlons from 283
Knnwvs towns conUvlnlng about J2-
0O0 names which prays for a reduc-
tion upon the grain rates from in-
terior points into Kansas Ci'y.
Another Lipfelltlon "..audit.
JacksoxyiU'K Fin. June -i. ""'he
fllilbuttering sleuuor Throe Prlonds
lias renchoa this port n.er lending
inoru than 100 men Cod n lavgu u ryo
of arms aud ammunltloi i- ''ubr.
outiiae o" ol
fife doo says.
"Gone X much
Be hack in veil
the war vill be
'ftK'"'TiS- there or. time.
li-Xfif Tlmt ' for 80Ule
TT II .Xsrtl dai-s. weeks or even tnontlts
If HtL.rA t.a ..Mil Ti.... i. ..411 f...
at home occasionally for s
day. He'll tall you lie had
n headache a turn of chol
era morbus or maybe he'll
say at d a lump iu his stomch audi
felt t-i niscrable to move The lump
was probably two or three toti-niiunto
Tlie man wlio " Itolts" his lunches will
find Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellala Hit
best friend he ever met.
There is no cose of biliousnece con-
stipation iiuligeaUon " heart-burn" or
any of the rest of the night-mare breed-
ing brood that thews little "Pellets"
will not cure. They cure permanently.
ti-Sa CltWLtAlrr'a KutlUli Diamond Ilraao. w
Original aad tiulj ajmulac
li uratitt tvt lin kMtr M Kujink Ii
mdBrd la ltrd tvn4 i. -id -jH-Wa
lOOIr 11 W O t ltt rll ltk 1 LO
ftvt.w-.(i UKUfi KM. At lf lai-i ! M UA44.
! UJB rJT Jllkvi.t iMtllswaUl IM
MlUUr for I aJli-J" uti"'" by rvtwr
K. (( ... ...... . t k.i . ... h.a
rlilrbNlerl ktinlcul t v.Ual.-u Htuili
l Krii((UU 1'I1U4k-. l'a
Oue minuto is the standard time and
One Minuto Coutrh Cure is the standard
preparation for overy form of cough
or sold. It is the only harmless rem-
edy that produces immediate rasults.
V It Ltllio A Co cor Harrison and 1st:
C U Roufro 804 Okla ave.
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
Deer racing will Lo the mala feature
In tomorrow's exhibition at tho fair
giounds. The jack rabbits will be let
loose on tho open Mold to run for lifts
and liberty. Don't fall to see the
sight. It will bo well worth thp price
of adinirston pnly " and 13 cents.
t Vii ! VJl
4m 9k. rzO
v mm v .
C. H. King Wa'er Valley Mils cured by
"for fW )oii4. 1 siiHikiI milolil ml'pry
from miitriilu i In urn Hum I trl-l orry
known ictnulN. rmiiiilliil I In- liol lilij'l
cln. vWlnl ll"l Smn.". Ark .tlini- time.
nK-lxlltiR Jinno t'lpi.- I -iilc l lorn' Mllf
lnt omilil olitiiin iii' ltii immi) n-IM My
fleh as w.ntcl h;h Hint 1 rlghl
mil) tiliii't) iliroi- (hjiiimU m h-ft rm nl
leg wrc thawn imt of lmp'. Hie inuwlri
llflnR twilled ll) (m 1 1
ilrri Tn' U i . i
rnulil onh linhlili il
land no .'ipl'dil'' an I
lootor tliHt 1 conl'l i
tlnM"'. pp no a ful
mill l( to
i m i' nnil
i tump I
int. I.) Die
llw iilim st
relit I only liy menin of lixpudriinlr Injec-
tion!) of morphine. I Ini't in Mmln Iwtndngeil
In cla) In sulphur In oiilllre; Vul llie
gav onl tempoiai) retiff AIlr trying
everything nd KiilTeiinn Hie imut an fill
tortmr" 1 lipgmi to Inke Arr Snrnaprll).
luside of to iixnitlis I "Hi alile to walk
wlllmut ar.ine In three tnon'li' my llmln
1-H m In Mrriiplhrii lind In Hie eoursf ol a
.ear I wa enn il. M clplit 'in Increased
iu lc HHind. and I am now nMe to do my
full di' woik as a railroad I UekMiiltli "
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparllla.
AVJJJr.f 1'II.LS cure ilemluche.
Wiilei' Victory Populnr.
Lost) on Juno 6. Tho news of tht
vtolory of Persimmon the Prlnco ol
Wains' horse In the Derby yoslordoy J
caused groat excitement in Loudon.
Largo crowds gathered at Victoria
station nnd along lint route to Marl-
boroutrh house to witness tho return
of the royal parly nnd the prince wni
nccoidod u most enthusiastic recep-
tion with continuous cheering which
the prince smilingly acknowledged
Turks Cut c livens ly Crrtuitv
Ukih.i.v June 6. A dispatch recelvod
here from Alliens says Dint a Turkish
dotaehmont of oighty-flve mon which
returned to Vatnos. tho town In the
island of Crete which was recently
bosieged in order to remove war ma-
torlnl was cut to pieces by tho n-
turgents only two of hem jscr.plng
J.row .ir:i bt-oiiu.
Neva pa. Mc Juno 0. .iohr Mc.--man
lTyenrxof age wra drown d in
Drywooil three miles fiouthwes. o.
Kovoda yesterday afternoon Ho wac
attempting .o swim tho Hcreiim and
srnuiped mid s.renui llctl. Mr pr -snts
died se-e"Rl yotrs uje
Cld pooplo who roqulro mcdlalno o
rogulato the bowels nnd kidneys will
find tho truo romody in Hloctrlc Hitters.
This medicine duos not stimulate and
contains no whiskey nor other intoxi-
cant but nets as a tonic aud alterna-
tive. It act mildly on tho stomach
and bowels giving tone to tho organs
thoroby aiding uaturo in the perform-
ance of tho functions. HIeetrio Hitters
Is nn oxcollout nppotizer nnd aids di-
gestion. Old peoplo find it to bo just
exactly what thoy nood. Price 50c por
bottle at Soatoulan Drug Store
Special elassos will bo organized
Juno 8th for tho accomodation of
studonts from tho olty sohools. We
have mado a vory reasonable rato aud
all those who may desire to attend
morning sessions during vacation
should call and got tonne for such
branches rs they dosiro to pursue.
Zt.m-'Ai. Citv Uusiness Collkoe
l'S-li? Second streot
One swallow doos not make spring
bu ono swallow ot Ono Minuto Cough
Ouro brlngo rollof. I' 11 LHHo .t Co
cor Harrison nn? st s 0 U Renfro
80' Dklt.i vo.
Not I ca
Zn .'.iu' At tor .Juno 1st "ho Rush will
ao i cash business Oul. o shall
pay cash for everything WE buy and
Bhall posltlvoly expect cash for all
wo soil. Keop aa eye open for our
nezv postor but don't rued If you
want to buy dry goods carpets or
ah oue oepocially shoes of nuy ono
else. (foods delivered nnywhero
within two miles oi store free. tYe
eicss now at 0 SO oxcopt Saturday.
Vint ttisii J C. Dauu Mgr.
Cc .ho Christian Kndoavcrs und
ihoku wlio will ontortaln: Ono thou-
saud Christian Kndoavor Hags aro for
sale very cheap for decorating homes
whero delogatos aro being entertained
Thoy will be sold by a Christian Hu-
doavor eonimltteo today Ho sure to
procure at least a few of those llagB
Havo you notiottl how tho people are
carrying oil that wall paper from Lil-
He's drug storolf Thofco wholosalo
prlcos with tho dlsaount added ualch
Wanto' A safe flro and burglar
froof good six. Correspond with J-
1. Charlos Una and Pox Agonoy O. T.
stating price slso eta Must be
cheap fcr casb.. 20lf
Charlie Cameron tho oarrugo pain-
tor has moved to the old Kimball
bulldlug on Division between Okla-
homa nnd Cleveland. All work guar-
Have you soon tho 04 Columblas?
The pleasure you foel iu riding a
wheel that you know is the best that
can be made Is worth more than the
price you pay extra for your purchase.
v. ii. liiiuo a. uo. nave sccurca the
agency for tho Columbia Hike and
havo them on exhibition at their store.
If you want to see the boat wheel that
can sr mane can around.
Llllle & Co. are making room for a
beautiful lino of new papers. Their
clearance sale will last but a short
timo longer. Hotter take advantage
of these slaughtered prices. Many
patterns at less than wholesale price.
II you want a wheel for your boy or
girl that will stand wear and use get
the Hartford 550 whe 1 F H. Llllle &.
Co. sole agents
lllR Kcypllun Cotton Crop.
WamiimitoV Juno 5. Inspired by
tho high prices realized by the cotton
crop of lSO.'i-'.m Kgyptlan planters
have this sprlnir Increased the nica to
tho maximum limit permitted by the
zountVj's Irrigation facilities. It Is
timated that the increaiu of uoroigo
Ij from 5 to b per cent and this sea-
ton's area approximator 1160000 acres
Conservutlvo forcoastors boiler.- the
crop will ylold 750000 lmlcn of .6o
notnitli" being tho eqvlvalont of l.V&As
000 American bales and tho largest
evor raised In tho Nile valley.
I'miiliimireiiient lit Ottmrn Ivun.
Ottawa Kan Juno ft. 1'ho com-
moncomeitt oxeroHes of Ottawa mil
vorsltv which havo been In progreSE
since Sunday oatue to u close yestor-
day with tho graduating uero!sos of
tho senior o'ass wliloli took jilucc
in the llaptiat eluirch. A large
audlouce was prusent and tho ohuroh
Was appropriately decorated for tho
occasion. Ten nf the twelve member's
of the class this year aro young men.
All tho class are rogistcrcd from Kan-
sas six of thorn from Ottawa. Six of
tho class rccol'od tho dogreo II. L.
four A. II. and two IL S.
l'r.ink Mnsoiran Married.
Ciiicaoo Juno 5. Franic J. Magow-
an and Mrs. J. A. Ramos of New Jer-
sey woro married last night at tho
Vlotoria hotel whore tho ceremony
was performed In th? prosenco of Mr.
I Winn and ono or two othr witnesses.
Magownn is a wealthy rubber manu-
facturer of Trenton and au ex-mayor
of that place. Mrs. llarnes secured a
divorce at Oklahoma City Okla. last
week and came hers. Her llrst hus-
band was Mngownn's superintendent.
The St. Luul ltepubllr.
To bo kept thoroughly well posted
on tho news of such an eventful year
as IsOO promises to bo a person should
read tho columns of tho wldo-awako
metropolitan paper besides tho county
or local newspaper. Now Is the prop-
er time to begin a yearly subset iptinn
which will cover tho presidential cam-
paign tho groat speeches the Novem-
ber election and tho outcome of all the
wars and troubles abroad If intend-
ing subscribers will heed a word of
advice they will send SI. DO to tho
twlco-a-wcck Wcpubltc. They will
receive In roturn twice cvory week
for a whole year a copy of tho
spiciest nowsiest and most enter-
taining newspaper in tho country.
Tho Tw1co-a-Wcck Republic will make
a specialty of giving all tho political
news and speeches on both Bides and
at tho samo timo keep up tho vory
entertaining departments It .has -1-ways
A big inducement is offered to those
who become bo Interested that only a
dally metropolitan paper will meet
their wants. Tho Daily and Sunday
Republic has been reduced to only SO
a year or S3 for six months Uox 45
St. Louis Mo.
If you want bills distributed any-
where in Oklahoma wrlto Smith the
bill distributor box 200 Guthrie Ok-
TumLisod rooms with ; wi.hort
board at Mrs. Newton j 'iO? aai
Taiten up by N. U. High 20 5ast
Vilas. Owner plcaso call nu get
Subscribers to Tho Lcador who fall
to rocolvo their papors promptly ovory
morning will please report rush nll-
urcs to this oiiice at once.
First pnbllshod In thoOkluhoinp Lapdor
Notico Is hereby given that a session
of tho board of Commissioners of Loiran
county Oklahoma Territory held on tho
0th day of April A. 1). 1690. a petltljn
algncd by Chns. Hand and others of Mill-
hall township asking for a view nnd a
survoy for tho purnoso of locntlng a cor-
tnln county road described ns follows:
Commencing at tho beginning about 20
rods south of tho northonst cornor of the
Fouthou3t quartor sec sovon thenco In a
northwosterly direction about 25 rods
tlionco in a northeasterly direction inter-
secting section lino betwo-n 7 nnd 8
twp 13. R 2 about -H) rods noi th of
beginning was presented aud thut
Oeorgo Anderson S. S. Poters nnd II.
M. Shelton vlowert and 11. L.
White county survoyor will meet
at tlio place of licgluiiiug of
said road on tho 0th day of May A. D.
HOG nt 10 o'clock a. m. of said dav. aud
proceed to vlow and survoy said road
nnil irlvn all nartlna n lioarlnir.
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uy oruer oi me jioaru oi t.ommi-
Diiors of Logan county Oklahoma 'lcr-
R. KUMKTT StKWAUT
County Clerk and Clerk o'
duthrlo. O. T.. April 13 1800.
First Published tn the Dally ueadtr Vy
u. s. Land urate at Qutbrls. O. .. May
Complaint having been entered at thin
oaice by Itlchard; Oldham acaliut William
K. Hlnklc charging and alleging;
'That he is u acquainted with the
tract of land embraced In the homestead
entry of William K Hinkle. No. Il. made
Nov 18 1H at the l'. S Land Office at Uuth-
lie O. T -for the! w 1--I. St-i' 33 Tp 15.
N. It 1 W and know the prunent iondl-
Hon of the Maine. alotbat the aald William
11 lltnkle made aald houiealead entry for
the iunoen of Kieculattou ami not fur
the iiuriKMie of residence aud cultivation
That said entry was fraudulent In this that
aald entry wui made lo secure the paymunt
of a dcot to the step-mother and father of
entryman and tht he lu nuver rciiideil
uivm or personally occupied the same sinie
making said entry but that said entry ban
been held for sale by mc iartle who origi-
nally Bold the wine and procured tlila onto
Mi-nrn in.- ilelit aa afnrfe.ald That hata
entryman haa altandoned vatd entry and
that said abandonment t-xUts to the pnitenl
On May ldth IhiM the following amend
ineiitvtn tiled to o.ilil complaint
That liwddtllun to the allegations Hied
May 18 IMiO he allegen that he U well ac-
lujlulrauith the tract ol laud embraced
In the liomeatead entry oi William li Htu-
kle No. IWIU made Nov 18 IW5 upon the
aw. 1-1 Sei. S Tp. 15. N It I V and
known the present condition ot the baiue.
Alto that the said William U. Hinkle In
addition to the allegation heretofore filed
nai wholly abandoned said tract aad
chauged bis residence therefrom for mure
than kU months since making said entry
and next prior to the date Mere
tract la not hettlod upon by
reiulrtHl bv law that hald ah;
said party as
rmjulred by law that iaid abandonment ex
I.Hniilintl Int-lilillMcrthlMillt.. '
hu up to and Including this djte
Willi a vie to the cancellation of aald
entry aald va. 'ilea are hereby sumraoued to
appear at the l
S Land Omce at (Jutarle
'jv ot June 18W at v oeiocK
A. M to reniKjndaiul
to reapund and furnish tetmony tun-
cernlng aald allegation))
TIIOS. II COUUETT Receiver
Transfer Trunk Line
Q. M. MOFETRIDGE
ESTABUSHED APRIL tt
All ordcn for baggagton outgou
train thould be left one
thou- before tnc train
W Oklahoma Av
Ono Iteiiilitlcnn nol One I'opulKl Now
In the li-ail
Poim.AND Ortt Jio 5. Scattering
returns nnd corrections received lust
night ravcrso tilings and show thut
Bills Republican has a plurality of
84 over Quiim Populist for Congress
In the Second dlstriat. Complete re-
turns nro still missing from three
In tho First district a mlsUiko wni
discovered in the count iu Yamhill
county which redueos Vatideiiburir'
(Populist) vote In that county by 200.
This together with twrtlnl returns
from Curry county (flvo Vandenbiirg
a plurality of 100 ovor Tongue Re-
publican. ' In both districts It will
undoubtedly require tho official emint
to determine the rwuH.
I.w (Ir.iduatcn Ailmlttod to the llnr.
Jki'fkiisov Cm Mo Juno 5 lirnd-
latcs of tho.Stato university Invv
school woro examined by division No.
I of tho Supremo court yestorday and
passed a creditable examination. They
woro accordingly admitted to the bar
Following is a list of those examined-
K M. Watson Columbia; Kirk II
Tumor Coin in bin Alox McMondow
Colorado Springs. Colo.; William Oruy.
Stanborry; U. II. Park PluttoCitj; T.
D. Sparks Llbortv; S. a Price. Piults
burg; K. 1. Klcher Canon City Colo
II. C. Robinson. Chamois; J. ('. Nlmuer
Ronno Terre; W. .1. Corlln llrooitllold;
W. T. Clements Platte City; Tliomac
J. Kppes Columbia; IS. J. Wostoi-hottso
Concordia; Oeorgo J. Stnintli .TofTer-
ton City; James II. Lay JciTurson
"llorlzonlnl Illll" MorrUcn.
Kansas Citv Mo.. June 5.- Willinii
II Morrison of Illinois president
of the Inter-Stnto Commerce uoiumis
slon r x-Congrossmau nnd Doinocrutic
presidential possibility was asked at
tho Midland hotel last night to state
on which sido of tho money question
iie stood. He said he camo to Kansas
City for tho purpose of hearing n enso
wherein llio r.nses State Hoard of
Railway Commissioners is plaintilT
nnd the main railroads of that Hlnto
defendants concerning grain rutes lo
the South. Ho bollcvcd the Chicago
convention would declare for free sil-
ver. Ho declined to express his own
views of tho financial situation fo
llncklou'n Arnlcn Hnl
Tho best saWo In the world for cut6
bruises sores Bait rheum fovor sores
chopped hands tetter ulcers chil-
blains corns nud all skin erup-
tions and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is ginirantod to give
perfo t satisfaction or moiioy rotunded.
Prico 25 cents por hox. Vor -iale by
Soatonlan Drug C-.
Furnished houso io
'11 North Ilroad street.
THIS SYSTETI of Llfo Insur-
ancc which Is original witli and op-
orated only by tho Nat'l Life is based
on a Blnglo Premium adjusted on
an exact mathemetical equity botween
Uio persons insured so that each
will pay for tho Insuranco received
jvBt whatitjis actually worth according
to the age and tho hazard assumed.
CASH SURRFNDER VALUES-
Cash surrender values aro
grantol on our Single Premium poli-
cies at the ond of each Five Year LMvl-
PAID UP POLICIES aro gran-
ted on samo terms as original policy
for such a proporatlon us tho number
of premiums paid bear to the num-
ber required in the original policy
After tho livo annual premiums
have been paid in caso policy is lapsed
and paid up policy is not applied for
tho Association will without any
action on tho part of tho insured
carry tho original polity for Its full
amount for such a timo as the Reserve
and dividends then apportioned to tho
policy will pay for the Association's
DISABILITY- In caso of total
Disability upon surrender of tho icli-
cy tho Association may pry r n
annuity certain of one-tenth of tin
then value of t'13 policy pay t bio on
nually for ion yer-rs; o. a "uglo cnsli
Dayr-ent equal to tho present worth
v f such annuity.
THAT SUCh A POLICY
fully meets tho purpoto of life insur-
ance amply supplying tho demands
of the Insuring public requires no
shrewdness or business oxpcrloncc to
see; whllo It Is equally solf-evldcnt
that tt Is tho fairest most equitable
and just Insuranco contract now is-
sued enabling the National Life to
soil life insurance on tho same prin-
ciples that fire insurance or other
commodities are sold' tho purchaser
paying exactly what tho article pur-
chased Is -North and receiving full
consideration for tho money expended.
THSS SYSTEM while it docs
not include tho objectlonablo features
secures by its ji re-year accumulation
distribution plan all the strong and
popular points of Tontine insurance.
U practicatly eliminates or teducos to
the minimum the dangers of loss
from lapso or surrender nt the same
time securing to the persistent Insured
tho groatost possible benefits arising
from all surplus accumulation which
can be used from timo to time or al-
lowed to accumulate and bo paid with
and in addition to tho 'amount of tlie
policy nt its maturitv.
BY THIS SYSTEM yon can
secure tho best and most equitable
policy Issued contain! ng all tho now
and popular features. You can also
feel assured that you aro not wasting
your money on extravagant manage-
ment as the expenses arc l'tnlted to a
fixed amount nnd oil profits aro used
to Increase tho surplus and
strengthen tho loss paying ability- of
the company so that you will never
fci-1 in after life that you havo ex
pended considerable sums of money
that might better havo been saved.
IN SECURITY against loss and
to promptly meet maturing claims
tho most Important perqulsltles of a
life company this svntei leads all
others as by its special rcservo clause
tt affords an addltlcsal safeguard.
The premium paying period in limited
to tho producing vearu of life thus
rendering to the minimum tho danger
of absolute loss on account of Inability
from any causo to pay premiums in
Tho best and most equitable policy
Insuranco in force 30741500.00.
Rates adjusted according to the risk
Gross assets 7.13. 142.00.
Surplus as to policy holders 51. M?
Nitlonil life Assoclail.it
ef Nirrfiri Cm.
Ilagan A Paine general agents
Room 10 Oroy liros. Block
Outhrle O. T-
THOMAS S. WHITK.
WarliliiiMoti. U. i
ItouniK lua-a-0 Atinutlr tllil
Land and l'tm
David I (lili
WO. 623 V Stri'HU N W.
Formerly prhi.-lpal exnmltier.
Doclor Kilitli Foul.
Spielal attention given to dlkeusi-s of
Wotnmi and Children.
Onieo Dally Hotel First nnd VllnsHt.
Townsltt'b llomcntfudi- I'aumiu
W'ntHon K. Colotuun
Land and Patent Attorney
Washington Loan and Trust lll'dg
WnHhington I). 0.
KKI'liltENCFS-lIon. M. V. Allen U. S. Sen
ate; Hon. Lafe Pence. Klndcrjinok N. Y.
Hon. Johna Hell M. 0.; Hon. J I). HIcIch
MISS Z0E TUOMI'SON
411 Nui'lh llrimi! St.
Teacher of Vocal and liihtrumeutal
uliislc Private and class lesson h in
Musical History. lin
KIIANK H. CliUSTHUAI'IK
I8VII K M N V
I'he Lund DsprnmeQl
of my oflicc is uoliduetod by the lnt
chief of tho Oklahoma Towuslte nnil
iiniTt divisions. solicit your luim
ncss nnd guarantee satisfaction
Tailoring JCleaning and Repairing
Dyejig a Specialty.
. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
C " "arrlson. Irlo. .Ik.
llllleu mill Ilenldenrn
Cor. first hiii. Ilnrrlnou.
' L Wooster a prominent eltiyen of
Osseo Mich aftor suffering excruciat-
ingly from piles for twenty years was
cured in a Bhori timo by using DoWltts
Witch Hazel Salve au absolute euro
for all skin diseases. More of this
preparation is used than nil other
combined F It Lilllo it Co eor Harri-
son and 1st st; C R Renfro 201 Okla.
is the place lo get
the most stylish hair cut in the city.
EVERT BARBER IN THE SHOP IS AN ARTIST.
The bath rooms
n eery particular
DANDERINE TREATMENT FREE
to all patrons
DR. IGNATZ MAYER
IO to IU III I 30 to A p ui
Dili ovor iioo Ilivo's Now Storo 0U. Aw. (Jiiihrhi. u. 'I
t'ractlco Limited to Diseases and Surgory of the
EYE EAR NOSE AND TH KOA'l
SPECTACLES AND BYE ULASSr
iSciuntlilcallv adjusted to suit tho roost complicated casos of o-f. u mrh.
Why. the moat vou buy of Q H. Oneua.
all kinds from tender lulcy ateaks lo aatt
conked meat too that make vour mouth
watted upon for Owcnaknowg how. IleU
at too mil maKC your mouiu
wlthQuthrte. He Is bandy too. fur he has
known aa the Model Mark (t. Theother atW3 went Nohle. the Jxme btar. lllces m hull
tbetloiea. ClvrblmacaU. Vou are sore
ttST HARRISON AVENUE
H. H. PERRY.
Nolico for PuLI cation
I.indonlceat Uuthrle t T. Jane a. IP
Notice is hereby Kiven thai the followuio
n.iineu nettier nag i leu noiite til in mieio
t lion to mane Una; proof in Buppori of liif
I claim ana that said proot wilt lie made r-
lotelteglster and lle elver tHuthrlr. O 1'
on July. I8i0. ti '
ItlctiarU Kennruy lortrte neqr see W tp 16
He names th lollolne .ntnesscs to prove
til coilllnunUM'enlileiH ii-'.i and culllva
Hun or on Id land viz
Worthy J Davln Alfred (lo-v John W
Kenncdv Albert Hunt .ill .t lai trWge.O T
3TI A N .1 i'KilOK Keglslc
.Nolico lor I'lililicalio .
Land office a Oathrlc i t.. Mav if lew
Notlre Is hereby given that I In-following
named settler haa tiled nuiln- of her liiirn
tied to make final proof in nuppori oi n r
claim and tbataald piihr uiu 1 made 1 -fore
the rvgtater anil receive r at Outline o
T. en July 8. 1IW8. via-
Mary Conn for lnt3 and sm ijri.f sti i ami
n hf sv nr ket-tlon W tv)ii n i .inur 2 v
She name the follow In" 'tiit-Mmiopiorc
her contlnuoua rcside.K i upon and cultiva-
tion of said land via
Horace Crawford Jatnex It Sncei . Joseph
D. Leach and John L Stein all of Outhrle.
O. T. xm a. N. J t hook HcRlster.
I'lral imlilUhed In the Oklahoma I.eadi r
June u. irwft.
Notice for Publication
LindORlceatUutbrlc. O. T. June 3 W6.
Notice Is hereby given that the lolluulng-
named settler has Hied notice of her inten-
tion to make final proof in support of her
claim and that said .oof vrin nc made lie-
fore Ileglater and Iterelter at Uulhrle O T
en July. JT.lHtt) vl7
Worth) J Das N foi tin- n qr set. SRtplOn r
slie names tne IoIIovHiik wIUip" luprmr
her cnuilnuoumeiodciii um .md cultiva
tion ot. saw lana via
Ktch.ird ICennedv. Alfred Crm .lulm )
Kennedv Albert Hunt all of Partridge Ol
3R7S A N J ITtOOK IteKlKter
Did ou eer iliink ' remlHy the
blood Is poisoned by (om-tipalloi ?l'ail
blood means bad health und premature
old ago DeWlttV Little Karly Risers
Ihn famous littla pill overcomes obstl-
unte roiiktlpntion. P II Llllio & Co
cor Hurriion Mud 1st at; C R Renfro
20t Okla uve.
Oood ptsture with good wtitor ntl
joining town Horn's preferred
L. V. Laverlv or K. Y. Titus. 2w2
the easiest shave and
of chc shop.
Such ilrllclous atult yovix'irr lasted. He haa
flail bread Muttr etc. lie ha
water to look uixw. VO arw ulWAVti iimmwlv
wjitr w 11
the oldeat ;tmt het hulchcr In tuwu. Started
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