The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 151, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 6, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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CITX IN 1JK1EF.
I'er onitl I'ulutu and Mutters Trntisplrliix
' y Jii nuil About tho City.
v. Colo Martla has gqjpo to Cuba.
imcntal band concert JunaA
Jim Furber is over from Chandler.
Ed Kinnan has gone to Crlpplo Creole.
Leo llascom ol l'erry was Jn town
t llUhop llroolte lias rcturnod from
J Ii. Husscll 1ms returned from 01
l Attorney Chauibors Is tin from Oltln-V
ktawyer D C. Lewis is up from Oli
Knmn Hln '
P. Hose was up from Oklahoma
.l'lttBand lloy IlofTmiui will uo
Attorneys Forrest and Warren of 131
IU-iio are In tho city.
Iter. Boycr has closed his i or vice at
the Christian church.
Dick l'htnlcott the swell in in the
city arranging for a fistic mill. Dick
will tro to Cripple Creek next week to
iloat some mining stock.
Judge Ham K. Decker was in the oity
yoHtcruay. The Judge has quit tho
law.tjtnporarily and is now farming
nearliarvcy ' u Lincoln county.
Jamos Kolloy of tho Oklahoma City
Ucpublican and llllly Walkor of Nor
man were in tho city yostoruay and
paid tho Leader an appreciated call.
r) Toby tho noKro who vita cut during
Mi crap iramo by young rotoolu Is In a
serious condition. Ills mug rcscmblos
a map ol tin) su l.ouis tornatin uib
y Copt. Tandy Is using Dr. Fteld'n
worm powdcrii It Is bald.
W. T. Little of Norman and Ferry
wan in the city last night.
Ilev. Humphrey tho new piwior ui
the Christian churuli hab arrived.
Tho "-months-old baby -f Mr uuu
Mrs. D. U. llorlon died yeteruuj.
Tho Uorman Luaguu will mcui at
1 O O. F. hall. Sunday afieruouu
Judge llnddlclc camo up from Okla-
homa City last evening to attena the
Judiro Fancoast and Editor Ferrv of
the Unterprho wore in the city from
W. A. Maurer a&elstanl prosoautor
of Canadian county Ib lioru attending
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otl daughtor of Capt. and Mrs. V. M.
Uarnoe has returned from llothany
college Topoka to enjoy the vacation
I it B. Morehouse the srrandfathot' of
II. C. Morehouse ot tho Kcprosonta
tive died at the residence of his sou
SSI East Warner avonuu yoatcrday at
o p. m. Funeral will bo from the resi-
dence at 8 p. in. today. Ho waB via
yours of age
W. 11. Coylo through his agent II.
D. Towno of Newklrlc yoatcrday pur-
chased and shipped one carload of now
whoat to Kaneas City markets. Tho
grain graded at No. 8 soft and sold at
SB oenus por bimhol. It made clghteon
bualieU to the uurc.
Tho First Nationol bank of
has paid all its obligations
Judge A. B. Ilammer was up from
Oklahoma City yesterday attondiug
tho supreme court.
aiiss Aiuuei raintor onifriaiuoa a
(few friends at her home on Cleveland
&venuu last night.
John Hunt a colored thief wat
lodged in tho county Jail yesterday.
His homo is ut Langs ton.
Andy Prink '"and hbwoll" gave a
picnic yesterday. Andy needs lam
picnics and more grammar.
Lon Whorton came down from Ferry
yesterday. He was takuu sick last
night and Buffered qui to sovorely.
A. boelal dance will bo given tonight
at Island Park (lood mualc and good
order. Only respoctable people are
J. he Cegimental band is
great preparations in tho Way
music anil repertoire for the
Win. Hansloy tho well known Win-
UevUfu "iuu UIHUUHtU ilUlU V.1IIIVI8
jun. is in the city accompanied br
.is bright son Albert.
The Guthrie and Orlando boll clubs
will cross bate at 3 o'clock Sunday
afternoon at tho (Hate fair grounds.
Admission 10 and IB cents.
Ex-Congrossman David Harvey of
Oklahoma City has been grouted an
original ponslon ami Jeremiah J
itlagsley of llcavor City an iu crease.
fllehest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFOCT MADE.
A ptue Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fte
Wu Amrconia Alum ot any other adulterant.
Vars the Standard
Jomo Slover Charlos llaker and Tom
Woods outlaws convicted in the El
Kono court wore takst. to Lansing
pen Thursday by Deputy John Hutch-
on and Deputy Crosby. While tho
iruiu wu leaving El Kono and run-
ning over an miles an hour tilover
leaped through a car window lie
was aeriounly but not fatally hurt.
That all things eomo to him who
watte was evidenced yostordoy by the
arrival of a bouncing baby boy ut the
homo of Councilman and Mrs. Morse
on Warnor avenue tho first arrival in
u married life of thlrteon years. Dr.
II L. Smith officiated and reports all
parties doing well and l'apa Morso so
ovorjoyed that he has the house decor-
ated with welcome Hags.
A person is promaturely old when
baldness occurs before tho forty-fifth
year. Use Hall's Hair llonewor to
keep the scalp healthy and prevent
A fair-slued crowd attended the
Texas aoursinir association's races at
the fair irrounds yesterday. Tho rab
bits got oil in a bunch also in a hurry
than on tiio provlous day. During the
events two buaks ana u itoo vaultotl
the netting and escaped to tho woods.
Today 300 rabbits and a deer will bo
chased in the open llola by lioundh.
Out of weakness comes strength
when the blood has boon puritled
enrlehed and vitalised tho nppotlto
restored and tho system built up by
Hood's pills ouru
nausea siek head-
UHKUK CO. I'Oll TA11SN15Y.
SHjirimio Uuurt Dt'tildea to AtUuli tliuNou
UtO County to tho lit lteuo IlUtrlct.
All of yesterday was consumed In
the supreme court in hearing srgu-
ment in the cattlemen s tax cases
from the Cheyenne country. No other
cases were considered.
The sunreme court has practically
decided to attach (Ireer county to
Judge Tnrt.ney'e district and the ordor
will probably be made today.
The court has also changed the
U.iob of Judge Dale's eourU making
the dates for holding court at Chand-
ler to come in order after Uuthriu and
The territorial tax case will likely
be considered today.
Motbers will find Chamberlain's
Cough Hetuedy eepeeially valuable far
eroap and whooping cough. It will
give prompt relief and is safe aud
pleasant. We have so)d it for several
years and it has never failed to give
the most perfect satisfaction. Q. W.
lUehards. Duquesne. Fa Sold by Sea
Ionian Drug Co.
Low JUtes to Uutlirle.
Fur the deer and Jack rabbit races
by Tesas Coursing company at Outli-
ne June 4th to Utli inclusive the
snta I e route will soil sxcur&iou tick-
ets fror; nil points Arkansas ( ity to
Purcou inclusive at rate ot -..uc and
ono-thlrd faro for the ruund ti p tick-
ets on tu'e June 4 5 ur J . a' to re-
turn 7 L 11 Delauey. Agent
Of thn Nurnmu Unit pnillj -Tint l'mfrHin
Speelnl to the Dally Leader.
Norman O. T. June 5. Tuesday
June 8 marked the greatest day In
the history of tho University of Okla-
homa. It was the climax of success
for on this day the University tout
forth to tho world the first ripened
fruits of Its labors. On this day di-
plomas wero granted to the drst grud-
urti of the institution and the event
was one of whioh tho oltixous of Okla-
homa wero Justly proud as was mani-
fested by tho overwhelming crowded
condition ot the hall throughout all
tho exercises. The event of the day
was the addross of the literary soci-
ety by Hon llonry E Asp of Outhrie.
Mr. Asp was met at the train by tho
University eornot band and escorted
to the olllco of ProsldontHuyd where
he met the board of rogentn and other
frlonds after which he was escorted to
the stage and after the rendition ot
several classical solecllous of music
both vocal aud Instrumental Mr. Asp
dullverod tho most oloquent and mag
ijilficent address Over llBtoncd to by the
people of Norman. Mr. Asp spoke to
Undents of a thorough education in
feuch a manner that impressions were
made wlUch will last throughout
a lifetime. The advantages of a well
trained and thoroughly educated mind
over a dwarfed and ignorant one wore
so vividly depleted that all were
urged lo stronger endoavor and firmer
Aftor the address the graduates in
pharmacy Messrs Lcnncll Dorranco
Marshal and Tucker aroso and Presi-
dent lloyd in a very neat speech pre-
sented them thoir diplomas.
In tho evening the musical depart-
ment under tho direction of Miss
Uraco King gavo one of the best con-
certs to which tho people of Norman
have ever had tho ploasurc of listen-
ing. Tho programu consisted of vocal
and Instrumental solos and duets
selections by tho orchestra and "uni-
versity baud and choruses by the
various glee clubs and choral olassus.
Miss King la an artist in the line of
music aud through hor persistent
olTorts the musical dopartment of the
univorstty is uow moro thoroughly
organized aud in a bettor working
condition than any like department
in the territory.
As a whole the commencement
exorcises wore the best In the history
of tho institution. Much credit Is
dueProsidentIioyd aud his able corps of
assistants lor thoir untiring ouorls in
behalf of tho school. Tho fact that
the university Is only four year old
and has finished its first graduates in u
thorough course of study is something
of which the peoplo of Oklahoma arc
Justly proud This can bo said of very
few similar institutions of learning. It
has boon demonstrated beyond u
doubt that Prcsidont lloyd U the right
man in tho right place.
HAMLIN FELL 1)KA1).
South McAli'Htor Unrpviitnr l.untv i ruin-
lly In Oklaliaum.
tjpaolal to Uio Dally Loader.
South McAijcstku I. T Juno J.
John Harllu a carpoutor while re-
turning from work ysslorday suddculy
fell doad. Ho is supposed to liavo been
alUietetl with hoart disoase. His fam-
ily live In Oklahoma.
Notice A O. U IV.
Owing to pressure of regular busi-
ness thoro was no eleetion of olllcers
Thursday evening meeting adjourned
to S o'clock this evening. All mem-
bers are requested to be prosont as
the life of the order depends largely
upon the olllcers. O. It. Montgomery
For yonr rrotcctlon. t tarrii "'nun" ur
Totilcefor Catarrh in liquid form to be taVwi
Internally nnually contain uithar Mercury or
Jodldo of FoUurvi r UUi which are injur.
ions if tooloug Ukn. CuUrrh U n local not
u blood diseusw uubnl by sudden change to
cold or damp wiMtU i. ItbUtrtaliitheiuuad
)mms4(oi affiitm; 'yn vunt and thnxit.
Cold in Uli' lit 1 ins. K tchrive Uow of
iiueuaand it i pmudlr utgln'Utl there-
suits oC caUirh v.ill follow Menipuin in
tho head a louruiK wiuid in the usrs lied
I wet li win ittt!iuiuies an oiicuatve ills.
oliargu. Thereiufdy sUiaild lieiiulvkUialluy
Onwui Bnlm U the acknowledged cure for
theso troubles aud oouUxtns no lnureury
uur any iiijurtous urag. i-rio w cuu.
Ulitliltuu llmlcaior Jtiaumluu
The nig Four Chespeako & Ohio route
has been selected by the Endeavor-
ore of St. Louis und the state of Mis-
souri aa the olHoial route to the Na-
tional CbrUtlnu Kndeavor oonvon-
tlon at WashtiigtjB U. C. July 7th
For descriptive pamphlet sleeping
car reservations ete. n&k your local
agent or addross
II. C. MoQviiik
Trav. Pass. Agent.
P. 0. Hox 58. Dallas Tex. tf
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to nil others!
jm mtm . - .- ..itllllllll It
wutjsttTww jw mtv '-1 t
Will give the most novel
and unique races of the
times at the
Guthrie Fair Grounds
Thursday Friday and Saturday
June 4 5 & 6 at 3:30 p. m.
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 Texa
plains afford. The Deer races will be more intex-
esting and a rare sight. The Texas White Taii&a-
Deer will not be confined as they can easily leap a
ten foot fence but will be run Dy a pack of the cele-
brated Southern Deer hound? 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.
RXGURSION R TRS
Have been procured for all towns from Puree!!
to Arkansas City
r- V- s
$.1 tu (lulrt'itou
The Santa Fo Route will sell tickets
from all points on June 8 and for
trains arriving In Galveston tho morn
Ing of Juno 0 at vho rato of ouo fare
for tho round trip except there will
bo no rato higher than .V Tickets
limited to Juno 11 and for trains louv-
Ing Galveston the evening of Juno H.
Tho attractions will bo a big bicycle
parade with 8.000 wheels In line;
special evourstons and fishing parties.
Finest bathing In A merloa. Apply to
L. I DK1...NBY
Sunlit ') I. ok lltftr
National session JuninrOrder Dulled
A nioi lean Mechanics Denver Colo
June 10 to 30 1800. One furo for the
round trip plus 85. Tlekuts on salu
Junn 11 and 15 limited to oontluuou-i
passage in oaeh direction with final
return limit to Juno 86. TloltoU de-
posited with joint agent nt Denver on
or before Juno SO will bo extended to
and iaoludlng Juno 15 1S0U.
L. It. Dblanhy
Tho first and leading dentist in
Outhrie. Always keeps In tho front
with now methods Thoroughly edu
cated and with seventeen years ex
perience. Honest anil conscientious
n all dealings. Work the very best.
yet prices the lowest. Oct tho lowest
prices you can in town or territory
then. come to me. aud I will do your
work cheaper. Don't make a mlstako
in tho place Dr. Peoples The Dentist
Southwest corner Oklahoma and First
Moti ishtiil gnen that .it a Hextlon of
trirh. ii .1 of i . iiinnlKMoiitrN ot l.wgan coun-
t) Okl. hoina Territojy held on the $8tb day
ol Mm 1kwi 4 UfUUon NlKued bv Fphralra
I'ieldn and other of Crt'reut lowimhlp auk
Inv for a lt-w jn.l a Hursey for the piM-pnse
ot lot aluiK x 1 1 it ilu lountv road ilenc r'bril
as follow Omniiuiielnti at the cronhUig on
the se lion betwet u m.'. 'ib and M about Ni
roils north of the MUitHwent cornel of sec 38
running houtlitast arouud saw mill ami
north side and iiitersrciln aectlon line be-
tween wer i Anil as aiHiut Ml rodn east of
Houthwest orner of net JA. was ireneHtel
and that K UUobble I- Hoas and 8am Wati
were appointed vlewem aud II L White
county aurw-yoi vjU c.eei at the place of
lieKlnnliiK of said road on the SMh day of
June lvA ji lOoMnik a m of said uav and
jmtih i ed to lew and aurve) wild roail and
glv all pariu- it hearing
Doue l HiUer ol the board of ininmU
Mloners of l.oaii ounty Oklahoma Terri
It KMMKT1' STKWAltT.
l'ouim Clerk and Clerk of said Hoard
Notice la net eby given that at a session of
the lxiard of comiDUslmiers of I-ogan coun
ty. Uklabonia Territory held on the 'Mth
day of May. 1MM. a lwlllloii feigned by thas
White and others of Springer towiutbip auk-
ins for a view and a nurvey for the jniri"w
MfloiatlnR a certain county road deticribed
as follow h Commencing at the southeast
i orner of the w ur of c VI In tp li n of r
w. them e went on the section line about TO
roda to draw thence around said draw on
the north side about 40 roil to sectlou line
thence along said line went to the aoulbwett
comer of hsU mc 31 wan preaentetl and that
II W Itathbune. Frank Johnson and W 11
Long were viewer anil II I. White lounty
hiii ve) or will meet at the place ot 'begin-
ning on aul road on the 1st day of July
IHM at 10 ot lock a ui ot ialilda and pro
ceed to view and surve) said road and glte
all parties a bearing
Done by order ot the lioard of couiiuN-
sioners of Itgan county. Oklahoma Terri-
tory it. HJiMfhn' m-RWAirr
County ClorV and Cleric ot salu Hoard.
First published In tho Dally Leader May
Noih'o for i'nhliiutiiiii.
Land Office a Outhrie O T. April o.
Notlci' is heii'br glvmi that ho follow -ItiK'-naiui
i Kvtilft i tu filed notice of hi
Intention to make (In) proof In support
of his claim sud thic said proof will ho
made bnfort the Uuclster and Hccuivcr at
Uutlirle. ) T.. on Juno U IffliO. vl:
Loc J Diwtitl for lots l a ami s lit n p or
e' 4 twp iv n ri
lie iiainos tiie following wlluowts t
prove his coutlnuous rtsldune uikiii uml
cultivation of said laud vlt:
Hugh II McCrury. William N Mitchell
Joseph (ln 'llrorge Puakur
Outhrie. U T:
8370 A N J Chook. Itoglst
Are iudeed now models and not '95 patterns
masquerading under tho guise of '90 wheels.
Public npproval has olearly demonstrate i
that the exclusive and practical Ueminglon
improvements are fully appreciated by good
riders everywhere and the universal reputa-
tion for excellence accorded iletnlnirtou pro
ducts during tho past 80 years Is of Itself k
sufficient guarantee that in buying a Re"i
ington you uun maae no mistake.
HaudboijiHly illunratcd catalogue descrl'h
log now models will be sen free to any a I-dress
LADIES REMINGTON MODEL 21 PRICE $lOO
Olsmith Arms Co.
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