The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 151, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 6, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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luac 3-1-5 Territorial convention
f i .0 Y. P. 8. 0. E. at Guthrie. Two
' utos from each society entertain-
Itollroad Time Table.
Atrlilnon Topekn A Kantii Ye
NOKTU IJAST ANU WEST
Arrive I Arrive
lCan. City. Chicago.
6 3) a. in
t I 4 51 p m.
u I 'g 15 p. m.
6 48 a. in.
5 08 p. m.
7 W) a. ui.
6 60 p. m. i.-i8a. m-
ua m iiu imp i
ho nop m.
80UT11. SOUTH KA8T AND SOUTHWEST.
it :2b p. m
10 63 p in
l!i 15 p in
U' 3ft p "m
ill osp m
1 oj p. ra
Ft. WortulGalT Vn
9-15 p m 19 W a in
6 to a. m. 30 p.m.
i jours to Los Angeles.
"Vi-e chair cars on all trains. Pull-
I. in l'u I ace sleepers to Kansas City
i a l hicago without change. Also to
.rt Worth unci Galveston. Connects
Newton with Vestibule limited hav-
.'.' chair cars. Pullman Palace and
uparlaicnt sleepers and dining cars
i. rough to Los Angeles and Sun Diego
no with train carrying chuir cars
i'ull man and Tourist Hlecpcrs to El-
t'aso Los Angiles and Man Francisco
I ti rough railroad and steamship tick-
.18 Hold to all points. Passengers
ooohed to all points in tho continont
if Kurupe; also from any port or in-
'.nd point in Kurupe through to any
. jint in tho United States. 1'ropaid
tckclfl paid for here will bo delivered
paEscngers at their residence in
e.urope. For full particular call on
oruddress. George T. Nicholson 0. 1'.
A C.ileago; W. .1. Mack A. Q. 1 A.
I'opekn Kan. I R Dclaney Agent
Clitmtuw .M1ln.ln.n114 ami (lulf It. It
9Q0p 81 Louis 715a
1130a H. Smith 4 3p
Us. Paris j.BOp
18 snp at. Louis 7 Wa
tdofip Kansas Otty 78ki
llfil&p Muscogee 3 40ii
(7 10a l'L Worth 8 sop
iTMa (Dallas ii top
tiOMa Uenliton .5 nop
wp U0p Winter ?3 15pS ujep
2U 112 l'snsbawo it I J 01
140 l.tl lied Oak tx n t
4 10 147 Nanola 216 iom
4 40 SOU Wllburtnu UUQ V030
800 23$ Ilartshnrne IS p;
0 57 3 05 Alderson I DO 8M
313 Krebs UtS8
17lWp :tjf s McAlester It 41 Hi Ma
700a 330 Viii 'oon
7 at 3 5.1 llurnctt U0.' Bit
120 435 White Chimneys II i 1 1
B10 4 50 Calvin 1110 3
9 45 6 15 Sand I'll Spur 10 15 S63
10 20 530 Jlohlenvllle 1030 sit
1120 a 00 Wowoka 1000 130a
ISlOp OtO Mrkusufcer 9 07 lzao
12 65 717 -Harlhboro S40 1140a
11 30p 7 43 Shawnee 8 14 (II 00
3 4SU 7 48 8 00 lOOp
110 .8 15 McLoud 7
4SI 8 W Sweeney 7SU it SO
4 S5 8 43 Choctaw City 7 It it OS
6 09 !90p Oklahoma City imoa II SO
$8 00a S OOp
5 19 8 03 Lakevtew 7 6 USt
530 BSD Council Qrove 7 30 1110
6 47 ;S7 Yukon 7 10 K
00 f49 Vlrgllila 7 09 10 40
CIS 015 Kl Reno 6 49 10 SO
tl:3p 9 36 I'UKeiioJunc't l()4tp 1018
i ..-.tf?la I'.t.ne?? Wa
wa lf'urcli 3 40a
6 K Oainonvlllo n OOp
I80.a Qathrle 10 30ii
lit ion Wichita 6 00.1
0!p ICansaClty 9 3ta'
030a I Denver 4 00p.i
TTiSp Kingflaher ia
12 154 Wichita 4 3ea
18 aJ.i Kansas City 8 I0p
-St. L. AS IMty. t-M IC. VT l-A T
AS V -C It. I kV. J Dally -Kxrcpt
Kor rates and other Information apply to
J Y HOLDl.N Uen Traffic M'nr
boulh MrAlester 1 T
The Rhine The Alps and Ilattle-
Held line of America. In connec-
tion with tho Ulg Four Route via
'I "'-J1 i A modern train elec-
W ii f trio lights steam hoiit-
J Jr g "J- observation car.
T i JC 'l'iils famous train of-
rAUrtYBiariEtiuiiAKferh tho best sorviee
over the best track and best road bed
to the east through hUtoric regions.
II C. McOuiro T P A. Dallas. Texas.
Cll. Ryun. A U V A Cincinnati Ohio
II W. Fuller. U P A Washington R C.
NAOMI Uebakah Lodge No . I O O. F
meets every Thursday evening at 7-JO
in Odd Fellows hall in the Weinberger build-
ing Visitors welcome.
.... AONKS llltUCK. N O
FLORA COOPKlt. Stcy-
OUTIIUIL LODGE NO. i
A. F & A M. Regular meet
ing third Tuesday evening
In each month at 8 o'clock.
All brethren cordially in-
vited to attend.
II. F. AUDEItY. Sec
K S. DONNBLLY. W. M.
GUTIIRIK Ixlge No. I A. O. U W meets
Thursday evenings of each we eh at 7:30
In Victor block corner First and Harrison.
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
O It. MONTOOMBUY. M. W
U. W. VAMPNER Recorder.
GimilUK Lodge No. 2 IC. ot 1.. meU
every Wednesday at 7:3QJn their hall
u the Victor block corner First and Harri-
son. Visiting knlghbr are always welcome
G. W IIKUOB. 0. 0.
J rX)UCAKT.M of F. and It of R. a
IO R M Meets every Tuesday night la K.
IC of I. hail. Visiting chiefs always wel-
come. W E H SBAUCBS-.Jr
M.lt. CHERRY. Oiilef of Records.
GOTIJJUU Idge No. J. I. O. O F. meets
Monday nipht of each week at .30. VJs-
Itlug Odd Fellows always welcome
it. a. OORTCN N O.
Q. W. IJUUCK See'y lock box IT.
OKLAHOMA Encampment No. I. LO.O.F
iaeets every Friday evening In Odd
Fellows ball at 7 30. AH visiting patriarchs
welcome. JOS. POUOART a P.
K. E MBRTKN. Scribe.
Wanted One horse top buggy. Call
us Smith .t Salsbury'a barn next Sat-
urday. 2 to
Wanted Firo proof safe with burg-
lar chest and time lock. Address Uoff-
man Charles A. Conklin Sac and Fcx
Agency Otr. m
..n i. .
W Duke Sons iCo
OURHAM KC. USA
I aS? grade Tobacco
Good family tnare harness anil bug
; a'lKi good milch cow. Enquire of
J Dolcnter I. cutler office.
lie-1 offer over $85 laWes a '0 Model
4J Columbia bicycle: ridden twice. Hox
1J1. l'erry O T. 3t
The members of tho i'Voe Ho-
publican club meot at Second uud
lVrkins KtreetK every Tuebdav night
at 7:30 -C. H. Tandy President? A. J.
The chance of your life time Is to
secure one of those go atlabsca of tho
world Lillio & Oo. give one with 8X5
worth of purchases4
Outsiders having advertising to do
Perry or Outline please write Smith
tho bill distributor box 2(0. Guthrie
Have j on heard tho new uong "In
the Shadow of the PlnosV" It is lin-
menof! Lcgg llros. of Knnsns Clly.
Mo. have It. and tliov urc iimltlne h
out price of at cents a copj. Take our
advice and send for one.
(Jo and seo the big cake In window
of Model bnhory today to bo given
nt-iav at inccuitf want at probate court
room VVetiueMiny night in
Tiy I ilii-V pills for human ills
tf vi iy name nnd feature;
Give tin-in a tftst. yoit'l lllco thoin best
Ti i-v are a friend to nature.
Yuii'il find Hum good to oleanfc tbi
A ud a i. upon the livur;
In spin eiiipe. taken In time
TiifjM tnrv prevent the fever
Olio iIom" will prove that bile must
For thm ihy'va loog been noted.
When you hv ills take' Llllle's Pills
'I'ht-y're t-ms.ll nntl hiigar coatod.
Su'd only by
P. H Lil.i.lu & Co
Mrng. Hook and News Depot
liiMur dorkots latest btyle neatly
bo. ii.il 'or tale at Tiik Lka P.HH nfl'.i o
The LiMder in authorised to snnounce the
name ot llarrj Palmer as a candidate tor
the .in. c of teglhter of deeds of Logan
county Hublcet to tbe derision of the action
of the Kipuml. an county convention
The Leader U authorised liv A. Krebu to
Ttcauotstr- Ui parae as a candidate for
Oonnly cier subject to tne action of the
New- nature. Invention botany
Electricity. Chemistry Medicine Hy-
Formerly Boston Journal ofChemlsry.
Enlarged and improved
Contains a number of short easy
practical interesting and popular
scientific articles that can bo appre-
ciated and enjoyed by anv intelligent
reader even though lie know llttlo or
n Jtiiiug of science.
It Is profusely and tree from Technicalities
Newsdealers Id cents; Sl-00 per year.
Mention this paper for sample copy.
Largest circulation of any solontiflc
risper in the world. Published month-
y by Itenj. Lillard 19 Liberty stroet
liy s special clubbing arrangement
we can now furnish tho Oklahoma
lender and Popular Sclouco both
for one ye-ar for only $1.50.
Agricultural Depart mont
Answers to Correspondents
Will lu Pound In The
A tun-page oight-oolumn Democratic
Newspapor. Henry Wattcrson
is the editor.
PRICE $1 A YEAR.
THE OKLAHOMA LEADER
Ami the Courier-Journal
Will be tent to any address or 81.75
jlsaaesi n.m Jsl
A CHINESE LADYO DtltSd
Soma of W DM null nf n Mint Intere-it
Ladles In China differ from coolies
first in tho amount of ornament they
display and second in tho material of
which their clothing Is furnished says
harper's Magazine Tho only occasions
for whlsh a Indy dresses gayly me wed
dings birthdays and feasts or ceremo-
nious visits. Ladles slwnys wenr Bilks
never anything nioro common but
their "best" are olaboratoly ombrold-
cied. Tho flrat outor gnrmrnt Is the
san the single or unlltUHl long coat
hanging loose from tho shouldor to the
knees with no waist lino. A lady has
other coats lined fur-lined nnd wnd-dr-d.
Under her coat she wears a white
coat nnd under thnt a smaller white
gurment the chin san.
Under everything goes the "pieco ot
cloth" a plain short apron Inpped over
nt tho back. Just such another thing
Is tho skirt which is worn oulsldo and
reaches half a foot below her outer coat
This skirt is always black except on
special occasions. At her wedding it
is red and nt other special times It Is
pink blue purple violet or green and
Is omhroldcred with gold or pretty silks.
She wenra broad trousers to within Jmll
an Inch of tho ground. Tho bottoms of
tho legs are elegantly bordered with
Ladles wear socks with tho seam up
the front nnd beautifully embroidered
silk shoes. In winter a wnddod silk
'egging warms the calf and pnkle. Out
of doors every indy woars n "bark and
front." or Jong sleeveless coat over all
lior clothing. She carrlps n folding
fah like a gontlemnn's fan In spring
but at other times hero is a round Hat
fan or a fun of fino feathers. As for
Iho coolioa they dross In tho snme way
bul tbolr clolhos are made of cotton.
The workman often enU his lunch
on tho sttino bunch where ho does lilt
work. Tho ofilce man turns his dusk
Into a dining tublu. Neither gets the
out of doorh exercise lio neons; neither
takes the proper llmo for eating. It
is Hinull woniler that the digestion of
both gels out of order. In such cases
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellots come lo
their assistance by aiding nature in
luking care of tho fond
'1 ho cause of nlno tetiths of -he sick-
liens cif th. world U cuimlinulioti
F'oin this ono cause ioiih- indigestion;
1U 'iders of I he stomach ler Htid
kidneys-; I)IIIouiions. hondaehes Hutu-leni-e
henrlbiiin Iinpiirily of the
blooil and the serious complications
wist ioiiow fn oegln witli constipa-
tion Is n little thing ami a little thing
will euro It The "Pleiisunt lVlleU"
aro liny siignr-eouled granules They
will perfectly cure tho worst ensocfi
efiiittlpiitlnn and Indltrestion. If ili
druggist tries to sell you some other
pin inalpsys him grentost proUt jusl
think of what will pay you best
IJizeiiiu Nit frightful aflilution but
HKo all oilier skin dlseasis It can be
p-iriiiuiientlv cured by upplloa Inns of
De Win's Wltoh llnzol Salvo. It never
fails lo euro plies. V it Lllllo &. Ca
cor Harrison .t Istfl; C II Renfro 201
Lost In the Central school bu Idlng
a small ifold lonltcL Finder plense ro-
turn to Ruth Kerr 3111 Kast Clovpliuid.
Young inblhoiH druad the summer
uiunths on ueuount of the great mor-
tality umong children caused by bowel
troubles. Perfect safety may bo as-
sured those who keep on hand Do Wilts
Colic and Cholera cure and administer
It promptly. For cramps bilious collo
dysentery and diarrhoea it uiTords In-
stant relief F 11 Lllllo A Co. cor Har-
rison nnd 1st st; C R Renfro. 01 GUIs.
UiirnesChapol M K .Munsur and 0th
D. W Ross pastor Residence first
door north Sunday school 10 a. m .
preaching 11 a m. Epwortli league
1 p in. prayer meeting Thursday eve-
ning 8 o'clock
First llant 1st Church. oortiur Vine and
K.i.l. T II II.. I. i ' ...
iiuuiu u ii nun pastor resilience
No. 308 Vino street Morning servloo
11 o'clock: evuniriir 8 ci'nlnnlc 1iHili
school 8:40a. in.; 11. Y. P. Jr. 3 p m ;
prayer meeting and teachers' meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p in. Strangers
Christian Church corner Vino and
Cleveland. Rev. T. A. lloyor pastor
residence 109 East Washington Ave.
Morning service 11 a. in.; ovonlng at b
p. in Sunday school at 10 a in Jun-
ior Endeavor 2:30 p. in ; Y. P & C 18
at 0:4fi p. m ; prayer moctlnirThursdar
ovening at 8 p. m. All cordially in
Plymouth Congregational llrjad.
between Oklahoma and Cloveluud.
Rev. C. N. Ollfinn n.mlnr rui.(i!iia
Clovoland and liroad. Morning service
ii ooiocic; ovening B o'olook; Suniiiiy
school 8:4l.a. -n ; Christian Endeavor
7 p. m.j prayer mooting Thursday eve-
ning at b o'clock.
West Side Congrogatioual Church.
Sabbath sohool in n. m ; preaahing ct
11 a. in.; Rev. Alex. M. Lennox pas-
tor; Y. P. S. C. E 7 p. m. W. .1.
Dwinnoll leador; ovening sorviee 8 p.
m : temperance lallv. 4 n. in Kven.
song and discourse at 8 p. m
M E. Church South Corner ot
VUas and Rroadstreot Rev WD White
pastor residence first door south ot
ohur.h. Morning services at 11 o'clock;
evoulng services at 8 o'clock; Sunday
school at 9 a ru; Epwortli League at S
p in; prayer meeting Wednesday ovon-
ing at 8 o'clock.
First M. Vi Church Corner Ilroad
and Noble J D M IUiakuor pastor
residence first door wast of ohurch.
MoruIug8erviceat 11 o'clock; Junior
League 3 p in; KpwortU League 7 p
m; evening se.-vice 8 pai; prayer meet-
ing Thursday ovening at 8 o'clook.
Prosbyterlan Church Corner of Di-
vision und Noble. Rev A J MatUilllv-
ray pastor rosldencu 009 ast Noble.
Morning servloe al 11 o'eloek; owning
servieo at 8 p in; Sabbath sehool 9.4fc
a mi Y V S C L 7 p m; prayor meeting
Thursday evening at 8 o'eloek. Rvery-
body Invited to attend these sorviee.
Trinity Churh Episcopal ooruer
Noblo and liroaJ. Rt Rev Dr Ilrooke
IJishop; Rev A II Nicholas reotor.
Holy communion 9:15 va m; morulng
service and sermon lli'evening service
and sermon 8; Sunday school 10 a m;
Wednesday evening service at 8; Fri-
day Litany at 10 a tn; tho Holy com.
amnion is also administered the first
Sunday in each month at 11 o'clock
service; the Holy communion on all
Holy days at 10 am Everybody wel-
come. German Ef angelical church corner
VUas avenue and Ath street. Rev. G.
Duel will preach at U a. m. ; Sunday
school at 10 it. ro.
LEADER GUTHRIE OKLWjtfMA.
tobacros is Just rt3
Rood as Durham "
Kcry old smoker
as tjoud as
on wi'l inul one
v i. n iiioiinirlugnirtololl
imgol lilackw ell's Dtirliatn.
liny n bng of this cele-
hruteil tolmcconnd tend lite
of ulunlilc presents and how
line Tac. In Iriuivi.
Vienna papers have ben publishing
some details of th dog reglstrntlon sys-
tem for the past year. Tho munici-
pality ot Vienna has some 30.000 of
mimliered iu"lnlllcns In store and ttie
total incoino sect nine from the same
amounts to $06600. As each mark
costs ? 82760 dogs pay tills tax In a
year. The government takes its clip-
pings ami tho residue goes to tho poor.
Uut Ieav and fashion In Vienna allow
the cllltvn to tnoi.. his own number
If that number Is free and of courso
Mine clphns are tho favorites 13 Is
avoided and No 1 Is in fierce demand
It It generally bespoken years beforo
tho death of the happy hound or his
masttr. Other numbers coincide with
houses dates regiments tho ngc ot
one's tailor hill etc. and would fotch
a fnncy pi Ice from wealthy purchasers
If tho Byuicin so allowed and It is sug-
gested that the poor box should bo on-
rlched by this ehnngo. One popular
liofrath ling two numbers one for his
own dog and ono for his wiro's. Tho
first number Iip holds on lea so it re-
mains fixed at 3U the otiicr Id con-
siderably in advance and changes with
tho year. The first he gives as his own
uge and the second ns his wlfo'B nnd
to Ilia Indignation of the lady tho lat-
ter Is true.
Tuo l.lvc NllTI ll.
Mrs Phoubn Thomas of Junction
City Ills. was told by hor daughter
tllMt. &.1w. llllll ..ftl.till l 111 llll unit Ii n
...... r..W ...... VUIDIIIW. ... h.W
there wtis no hope for her but two
bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery
completely cured her ami she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eggers
lfU Florida St. San Frunelsco suf-
fered from a dreadful cold approach-
ing consumption isled without result
everything else then bought ono bot-
tle of Dr. King's Now Discovery and in
two weeks was cured. Ho Is natural-
ly thankful It is such rewults of
whloh thoso ure Hiitnplos that prove
the wonderful ollloaoy of this tncllclno
in eotu'hs and col do.. Free trial bottle
at Suntonlan Drug store. Regular
sisp 50e and SI-
Dniggisl-Sprmg Is hero and sum-
mer Is coming Ulvo your advertising
maUer to Smlili the bill distributor.
Lonvo orders at tile Rush or address
box SOU. Guthrie. lOtf
Latest Prices C J
Highest Quality. H l
Your mt'iiey has the greatest purchasing power in Clothing with us than anywhere
else. Our stock is the most complete in the territory. We have the best assortment of
Clothing for Men and Boys .ind Children. We have the largest assortment in all the
latest styles in Soft Stip and Straw Mats.
White and Fancy Shirts ever shown here
We make a great showing in Neckwear Hosier Suspenders ktcst styles in Collars
and Cuffs Handkerchiefs Trunks Valises Underwear Night Robes all at the Lowest
Possible Prices. You will say so if you will compare us with others. Your money
cheerfully refunded on any purchase not satisfactory in every respect.
See Our 50 cent Neckwear. See Our 50 cent Underwear
clnmi for other
i- none jiibt
a sn si
each four ounce
i'ic n lli I
Teachers' registers best (uuud
printed bound In mainlla and cloth
for said at lloylo's book stdro. The
law says these registers aro rociulred
to be used by teachers In ail public
schools Approved by Superintendent
tt etudes mid KfrcUiri
Thosii who wish their eye sc'entlil-
cally examined und liave piawcs prop-
erly fitted should not fail In lonsult
Dr. Ignalz Maver at his olllue over
Iteeliivu. Oklnhoma avo 9 Mm I
These aro har.l timos and prices
couiiL If you have never tried Lllllo
it Co for what you Hnt in the tlruir
or book line just glvi them one trial
ami our word for It you will be more
11. W. Hauliers cabinet maker. All
hinds nt llllllltlllt ivnrli tiriill ti lnna.
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Stringed Instruments repaired. Sutls.
uiciion guai uiiieeii or money rerumi-
ed. Carriages and bugfies repaired
and varnished Shop and office fii S
uivision streei l.imi
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal linking Powder
superior to all others.
Plenty of old papiirs. 9h for h nickel
at Tin Leader editorial rooms tl.lt.
For llrst-ulnss paper hanging call on
L. Ohrisun. Ill north Flrt siio-t.
A good :t room house stiihle
room lor hro horses and a cow
wood shed all iem-cd in on (he
corner of Necoml street and
Warner avenue; also one good
lot on vorlh First street. Ad-
dress 43I" Dally Leader II'
Wyant & McC rary's
First'Class JUkh Always Head).
Hack line runnlnc every daylietween lluti
rle and Uhaudlcr except Suudars U S.
Mall. Uarn Cor 1st and Vilas
Oklahoma Ave. and First St.
Then notico tho exfoliation mat-
tor undor your finger nails exam-
ine satno undor a glass that magnlfios
50 to 100 diameters and you will see it
to bo a working mass of insects.
This is the causo of llaldncss and
all chronic diseases ot tho scalp.
We strongly guarantee our Daudcrino
Scalp Tonic to remove and destroy
this irerm and send nnturn nn lia wnv
rejoicing; rebuild tho lost tissues nnd
! replace tho ilowlng locks she so sys-
tematically designed. With the cause
I of disease removed it is easy to grow
hair. If nothing interrupted nature
I thero would bo no baldness.
Ladlos If your hair is falling splitting
at tho end or has stopped growing tone
up your scalp with Dandcrino. It Is
lAbsolutoIV tlllnrnntnni! In ni-Alimn
twice tho natural growtli of hair. It
r quires 4 to 0 bottles ior baldness
one will convince the most skoptlcal.
I'nder a forfeiture of 5100 it Is guar-
anteed in every case or nionov ro-
fund on. liy all druggists. Prepaid
for 81.00. '
KNOWLTOfi DANDERIHE CO
miTIIUIK. O T
Tne Indestructible "Maywcod"
Ibi licit Modira
Wbttl oo Ctrtb.
.-rlfVT (1I. 24 1801
lul'JU' luyl7 1801
The Msywood" In tho ttrongett end Jlmplif
rn.nlH nii.l rldem Mmle of msterlsl that Is
easily 'sken spate nnd put togeiiier. nan lew
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will nuiil luffciiiereveu in sn ncciueni. no uuiiuw luumK 10 crusn in nt every cuuxnoi h xrsi
that cannot ho hroken; so simple that Its adjusting parts serve as Its competing parts) so
picneornuK lupisco or auotcu parts always
i n.i.iiii innirovcu (lounio iimnionu Kunrxuireu mr iiirro ji-urn. juaiieoi rt-inco
rolled steel rods ttoURliest nnd strontfest metal lor Its welKbl known); Joined tognlier
nliimtnum hromo llttlmm In such n maimer that It Is Impoislulo tnlneolcor nny part
I ?'"; a marvtti uinovciiy simpiicur anuuurauiiiiy me greatest coinniuniiou oi iug
In ijioyclB mechanism known toualld n frame without hrazcu Joints and tshlnu ns yoiirs ( n
that frar-cn continually lirfakanit fiacturn at brazen Joints nnd tubes when they nre rfc- i ijoiixqun..
In cannot be repaired. win;i;Lt vs-iaon; warranted woou rims piano wire tsngene spoxvs
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lllll uiwn. llllijPlcn ....... r .u ua.. LiH.tElM. ........ ...ai.i.w.. liuntiuii. ... .....a'
van A- Wright Quick Repair or soma other first-class pncumstlo tlte. Jll.AllfNUS Hall
Hearings to every pari iiiciuuing wnecis cranaaxie steering noau anupcunis.
I.'O.NKS-IIpbI. fiualltv tool uteri carefully tamiirrcd and liardcned. ('MAIN
imriieniiii centers rear uujuaimcm. niunn.a our ccicuraieu unc-picce cranic. iiiiiy pro-
teclmthy liateuts no oottor plus. KKAOH-Hhortcst M Indies longest. ST luetics. OliAJt
HI or TI. FRONT I'OKK -lndoatructllilc. fork crown made from guu-harrcl steel. 11ANI)1.K
HAIt Reveratblo nnd ndlustsble; easily adjusted to any position desired; ram's horn fur-
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 151, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 6, 1896, newspaper, June 6, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73640/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.