The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 13, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 16, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
Clairette Soap is a wash day neces-
sityan every day need. The means
by which a woman can lighten her
harden of care. A dirt destroyer of
the highest merit a time and money
saver with the highest reputation.
Have you tried Clairette?
Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY St. Louis.
CITY IN BRIEF.
I'er.onnl t'otnti nnd Mutter Transpiring
lu nml About the CHr.
S. L Ovorstrcot Is in St. Louis
Carter was .at Orlando yestor-
Nicliolson spent Sunday at
is rusticating at Old a-
at Oklahoma City
Rev. Jobn Mordy of
in tho city yesterday.
D. C. Satterleo is at Tolicc running a
branch store lor the Rush.
Miss Stella Wisby has gone to Win-
field to attend tho assembly.
Oklahoma sand plums and peaches
life being marketed by tho wagon
Building stono is being shipped from
this city to Wynnowood Chickasaw
N. E. Wallaco and wife of Ounrche
are tho guests of Jol n Wallaco and
Rov. Ross pastor of the Barnes
last evening for a visit in
Miss Ivatc Collar leaves for Terry to-
morrow to visit a few weeks with
A crcamory established n Uuthrio
Would bo a paying investment and bo
a good thing for farmers.
MrB. Qoorge Orner roturncd to Hold
yesterday after a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Cal Orner in this city.
Mrs. Charlie Whito and son loft yes-
terday for Denver and Colorado
Springs to spend the summer.
Mrs. Ed Sullivan of El Reno who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.
Chrlsun returned homo yesterday.
Tho German American society will
rent the Bias room on West Noblo avo-nuojn-iviilch
to hold their meetings.
James 'Wheeler and brldo are back
from their wedding tour and arc at
home at their residence on Vine street.
The Anchor saloon was burglarized
of 870 in cash and a quantity of ilno
liquors Sunday night. There I. no
clew to the thfoves.
The young ladies who wont near tho
"oront" last evening in company with
two young men showed good judg-
ment in going no neater than they did.
Children's Day was observed by the
Congregational Sunday school Sunday
evening and an excellent program of
sougs recitations and addresses car-
J. Case who runs tho refreshment
stand at Cimarron bluffs has con-
structed a race track on tho hill above
the bluffs and talks of building a bath
house on tho rivor.
George Willis left last evening for
BL Louis to take in the convention
and from thoro will go on to Now
York to buy a fall stock of fine piece
goods and suitings.
Tho boys went out for a time last
night and they had it at tho expense
of oh well they all know who
furnished tho liquids and who made
Way with them too.
Dr. Smart has returned from Sul-
phur Springs whoro ho has boon for
the past two weeks trying tho water
and baths for his health and can now
be found at his otllco os usual.
Thieves ontored the rosldonco of
Captain Twamloy during tho absence
of the family Saturday evonlng and
stole a violin and guitar and his
neighbors aro now singing the dox-ology.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Free
Worn Ammonia Alum cr any other adulterant.
40 Y'ats t Standard.
Oathrle should have a canning fac-
tory. Ono started on a small scale to
can plums peaches tomatoes peas
boans pumpkins etc. for home con-
sumption would soon grow Into a pay-
Scores of people drlvo to the Cimar-
ron to bath every morning and even-
ing. Some enterprising man could
make a good thing of it by putting up
a few cheap bath houses and having
bathing suits -o ren.
Cashier Wm. 14. llodgcs of the Capi-
tal National bank went to Orlando
last evening to meet his mother and
sister who were en routo from Still-
water to Denver and Colorado Springs
to spend the summer.
The ladies of the Catholic church
will give a musicalo at Judge Schncll's
homo on North Broad street Wednes-
day Juno 17. Some of our best talent
will take part. Mrj. Hngon Mrs. Gray
Miss Goodrich Miss Stevens Miss Kin-
cade and the mandolin club. All aro
cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Horn-
berger will servo tho ice cream.
Do Not Experiment in so Important
a matter as your health i'urify en-
rich and vitalize your blood with
Hood's Sarsaparllla and thus kcop
yourself strong and iicaitny.
Hood's Pills aro tho best attcr-uln-ncr
pill; assist digestion cure head-
ache. 25 cents.
NOT DEAD YET.
rirpiity Uiiftcer It In C.ney ltunim Hurt
In All IllElit.
For several d.ys tho report has been
out that 01 u.-les N. Duggor a doputy
marshal of this county had been
killed in a fight with Ben Cravens in
Oage country. It was reportod that
Duggcr's possemun was also killed.
Tho roport created considerable ex-
citement and searching parties have
been out looking for Dugger's romains.
Laat night tho sheriff's ofllce received
a lotter from Mr. Duggcr post marked
Caney Kan. in which ho Bays lie is
not dead by a d d sight and will be
homo in a fow days. Tho letter was
considerable relief to Mr. Dugger's
niau; friends at this place. Pawnee
Another Lively Sutton With I.lttle
ntii Laat Night.
Tho school board mot again last
night and a large audience of citizens
and tfxpayers enjoyed the perform-
President Ray was in the chair at
the opening In fact it was rumored
that ho had bpen there most of the
day In order to head off any fnrthor
When tho minutes were read thoro
were various corrections and objec-
tions and President Ray ordered the
clerk to strike out all that part of tho
minutes referring to tho notions of
"tho mob attempting to usurp his au-
thority." Mr Donnelly objected and
the president told to "keep still now."
Tcaguo Ray moved that the minutes
bo approved but the president refused
to entertain tho moilon. Donnelly at-
tempted to toko tho floor but tho presi-
dent 6ald ho hadJnotaddreBsed tho chair
proporly having 6uld only "President"
Instead of "'Mr. President" and told
him to sit down. Donnelly would not
sit worth a cent however and said
that if Ray did not go ahead and do
business thoy would elect a president
Smith Bald too much had already
been laid at his door (now as tho cam-
paign was just opening) and ho want-
ed peace sweet peace Ho therefore
took a concllatory tack and poured oil
on tho troubled waters so successfully
that tho prcsldont finally gave in and
put tho motion and the minutes wcro
Donnelly moved to suspend thetules
and elect a dark who was to recoivo
81.60 for each meeting. The motion
prevailed and V. B. Lucas was elected
and at once qualified.
Boles raado a vigorous protest
against tho approval of tho minutes of
tho two special meetings claiming tho
mcotlngs were illegal but his ofTorts
failed the other eleven voting for ap-
proval. The superintendent's report was re-
ferred to committees. Boles w. nted
the report published but Smith
jumped Into tho ring onco more for
gore and charged Boles with having
worked into tho roport a political
boom for himself.
Boles responded in a vigorous style
which reminded one of tho old tall-
twlstinj times and then the board
spent a half hour discussing the prob-
able cost of five now panes of glrss
and came to no conduston.
A. E. Jackson nddrcsscd the board
and withdrew his application for a
place in Lincoln school.
Tho teachers' committee unanimous-
ly recommended that employment of
the following additional teachers.
Miss Cora Gunn of Detroit Mich
assistant teacher of tho High School.
Miss Margaret Reese to succsccd
Miss Notlie Shepherd to succeed Mrs.
Colored Mrs. Lucy Froo Mrs.
Queen Lee Miss May JoneB and Miss
Calllo Jickson with Mrs. Eva B. Stew-
art for supply.
Boles thought tho board had been run
long enough by tho teachers' commit-
tee and moved to tablo tho whole
On motion of 'league Ray the report
was recolvod and filed. Smith moved
to elect tho teachers at once b-t a
point of order was raised that this
could only bo done at a regular moot-
ing tho first Monday night in tho
month which prevailed.
On motion a former resolution im-
posing a special levy of 3 mills to pry
tho judgment in favor of tho bank of
New Vienna was reconsidered and tho
levy fixed at one-half mill.
Is what gives Hood's Bawapnrllla its great
popularity its constantly increasing
sales and enables it to accomplish its
wonderful and unequalled cures. The
combination proportion and procesa
used in preparing Hood's Sarsapsrllla
are unknown to other medicines and
make Hood's Sawsparllla
Peculiar to Itself
It cures a wide range of diseases becauao
of Its power as a blood purifier. It nets
directly and positively upon tho blood
and tho blood reichcs every nook and
corncrof tho human system. Thus all
tho nerves muscles bones and tissues
come under the beneficent influence of
Tbe One True Wood l'urincr St per bottle.
All parlies now pasturing stock on
tho sw qr sec 4 twp lfl r 2 w which
has been occupied by S. A. V Hart-
woll arc notified that after this date
they must maVto arrangements with
Carl Havlghorst at the Guthrie Na-
tional baak or their stock will be
turned out. John II. UxvioiionsT
We are anxious to do a little good in
this world and can think of no pleas-
anlcr or better way to do It than by
recommending Ono Minute Cough Curo
as a preventative of pneumonia con-
sumption and other serious lung trou-
bles that follow neglected colds: P.
B. Lillle A Co ; C R Renfro 804 Okla-
We ttro closing ou' our stock of bicy-
cles and will p ltlvoly sell them m
post for the next thirty day J. S
Lynn eor. Division and Oklahoma
jive mi o. 13 130
' FRED R. MORGAN
Justice of the Peace
and Notary Public
My OfHco is light and well ventilated mid fitted up for
the convenience of attorneys und tho lintulHou uf bust
ncss le general.
Offlco In International Loan and Trust ltiilhlliig. eiinur Second and Harrison
J. . Alv..NL PUka
A. 1. btvaV l.tf r.a
GUTHRIE NATIONAL SANK.
u j. -iii euro I.tver Ilfoi easy to
nOOCl S PUIS takcoa9yUojerate25c.
IMMENSE COTTON CHOP
The Congreiiloual Nomination tohe.Mmle
It has been decided to hold tho ter-
ritorial Populist convention for tho
nomination of a candidate for con-
gressman in this city and the territo-
rial central committee will tomorrow
issue the official call for tho conven-
tion to assemble in tho opera house in
Guthrio August 6 and 7. Tho number
of delegates will exceed 200 and tho
convention will probably bo made tho
occasion for a big rally.
A woman never really know"
meaning of happiness add content un-
til she Is the mothor of a healthy
happy child. Tho bcaPh of tho child
depends on the health of tho mothor
both boforo and after birth. Most all
of woman's wcaLness and partlsular-
ly tho weakness thnt most strongly in-
lfuonces tho health of children coinoa
from somo derangement or disease of
tho distinctly tamlnlne organs. Dr.
Plorco's Favorite Prescription will euro
troubles of this nature. It should bo
taken regularly by every woman dur-
ing the cntiro period of gestation. It
gives strength to all the organs In-
volved lessons tbe pains of childbirth
and Insures the-health of both mother
Send 21 o&o-cont a tain pa to cover
so4 rf mfttltnro r 'w nml fAitnlvii fitn
a copy of Dr. Plorco's Medical Adviser.
Association Buffalo N. Y.
Ami the AdvniilnEm (Inthrle UfTurn n
Judging of tho present condition of
tlu growing cotton and taking into
consideration tho immense acreago in
Oklahoma Territory and especially In
tho part adjacent and tributary to
Guthrie wo aro encouraged in the be-
lief that we will experience a season of
such prosporitp the coming fall and
winter as has never been known slnco
tho opening of tho territory.
Tho acreage has bcon greatly in-
creased tills season over previous years
and reports from all sections show
that tho crop has novcr been in tho
good condition it Is at pr: . jnt nor lus
it ever been so far advanced at this
time of tho year.
The facilities for handling the crop
that will come to the city will bo
greater than over before. Tliore will
In) no tedious delays or unnecessary
expense to anyono bringing cotton
from a dlstanco to be ginned nnd
Guthrio has two ginning outfits now.
The ono belonging to tho Coyle Mer
enntile company has been enlarged and
thoroughly refitted; so lias tho Plburn
& Douglns gin. Besides these G. M.
Shnrum-.fc Co. are putting in ono.
Some Dallas parties contemplate
locating one here and somo St Louis
parties are arranging to put In a com-
press with ginning attachment. It
can readily bo seen that the city will
bo thoroughly ablo to take caro of all
cotton coming to this markot.
The benefits arising from these un-
usual facilities will bo easily under-
stood from the well known fact that
whenever there is a large amount to
bo ginned and baled there is alwuys a
markot and competition necessarily
makes tho best prices for the commodi-
ty. The strife for business among so
many ginning outfits insures that the
costot ginning will bo brought to such
an amount thwt takcu with the ad-
vantage of a lively inarkc und cheap
ginning it will pay tho producer to
bring his crop to this city ovon from a
Tho farmer who has in n few acres
of cotton this season can congratulate
himself over his foresight as the low
prico for wheat loaves very little in It
for the hard work and worry Incident
to raising a crop; but when tho bright
silver dollars come rolling in the
prlco of a bale of cotton then the
farmer feols that thoro Is something In
life for him alter all.
Wanted Fire proof safe with burg-
lar chest and tlmo look. Address tiolT-
man. Charles &Conklin Sac and Fcx
Agency Ok 2tf
II you want a wheol for your boy or
girl that will stand wear and u'ei got
tho Hartford 850 wh'M. KB LIlllo &
Co. solo agento
Don't fall to try tho Gold Medal
Hour made by Wathburn Crasby To.
of Minneapolis. Tho finest iu tho
United States. Took tho medals at
tho World's Pair tho Centennial and
tho St Louis Exposition. The Wel-
come Grocery is sole ngent. 10 tf
It would be hard to convince a man
suffering from bilious colic tl at his
agony is duo to a microbo with an in-
pronouncable name. But ono dose of
DoWltt's Colic & Cholora Curo will
convlnco him of its power to a (Tor. in-
stant relief It kills pain P. B. Lillle
& Co. ;C It Ronfro Okln. avenue
Druggist Spring is here and sum-
mer Is coming. Olvo your advertising
matter to Smith the bill distributor.
Leave orders at the Rush or addrcsB
box 280. Guthrio. Hltf
Wanted Gooddwcl' i house. Ono
that can be moved to a farm near
town. Apply at W. M. Spurloek's
ofllec over Guthrie National bank. 12 tt
Ptrst Irishman In graveyard dis-
covers a tombstone with eight d's in-
scribed: "Phwat thedivil Is th ma-
nen hv that?"
Second Irishman: "Oh .hat's aisy.
Dottor D. David Davptlson Dead
Damned and Delivered."
Plrtt Irishman "Mr. Mickey you
hev but siven d's and thoro be eight
on the stono."
Se-ond Irishman: "Woll yo blag-
ard tho other 'day' is for Danderlne."
Furnished rooms with or without
board at Mrs. Newton's 403 Hast
Ell Hill Lumber City Pa . writes:
"I h ve been sulloring from pIleN for
twenty-five years and thought my case
incurable DeWitt's Witch Hoiol Salve
was recommended to me as a pile cure
so bought a box aud it performed a
pormanent cure." This is only ono of
thousands of similar cases. Eczema
sores and skin diseases yield quickly
when It Is user' K 71. Lillle .t O j J
R. Renfro 20t Okla avonue.
Charlie Cameron the carnage pain-
ter has moved to the old Kimball
building on Division between Okla-
homa nnd Cleveland. .11 work guar-
Bo rd of Directors in addition to Bank Oflicersi
Borneo Speed Rob't Martin J. R- Cottlnghain
W. J. HORSFALL Cutthiu.
W. E. HODGES.
GEO. E. BILLINGSLEY i-restdent.
C'Ai-ivoL National. BanK
GU". PR1E. OKLAHOM
Capital fully paid $5'J 000.00
BOARD OF DIRKC-ORS:
A O. Browor Capitalist Utlca N. V. Geo. B. Bllllngsluy Guthrie t
W. E. Hodges Guthrie. Jno. F Stone Guthrio.
Chas. P llllngsloy Guthrio
COHrtESPONDENCE SOLICITED. COLLECTIONS A SPEOI L .
The Mistletoe Bar
Oklahoma Ave. and Division
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season but perhaps more gen-
erally needed whon the languid ex-
hausted feeling prevails when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and tho
need of n tonic nnd nltorativo is folt.
A prompt use of this modlclno has oft-
en averted long and perhaps fatal bil-
ious fevers. No medicine will act more
surely in counteracting and freeing
tho Bj-Btem from tho malarial poison
Headache Indigestion Constipation
Dizziness yield to Elojtric Bitters.
60c. and 81.00 per bottle at Scatonlau
Drug Cc'a Drug Store.
Children's Day was observed at
lrp"by--" nhuroh Sunday by " -
cert given by the Sunday school at
tho hour for morning services. Tho
school did well in all tho parts and the
pr.rtlclpants in tho program all desorve
credit for their efforts. A special fea-
turo of the entertainment was tho ex-
ercises by tho niombcrs of the primary
class. The contribution of tho school
and congregation to the Sunday school
mlsslonory work amounted to over SH
l'erry to the front
Guthrio is getting left in great stylo
now days ono of tho leading negro
minstrel shonx of tho west having
passed us by and appeared to a large
audienco at Perry last night. There
was kicking both on tho stage and in
the nudlenco but tho prico was the
highest thiug about tho affair.
1M Kelley Winn.
Bill Tlghman's running horse Ed
Kallcy won in the great running race
at Kansas City yesterday making tho
five-eighth mile dtmh iu G4 seconds.
Do not wear impormablo and tight-
flttlntr hat that obstruct tho blood
vessels of tho scalp. Uso Hall's Hair
Ronower occasionally aud you will
not bo bald.
Tho members of tho Freo Re-
publican club meet at Second nd
Perkins streets every Tuesday night
at 7:300. H. Tandy President; A. J.
lias been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
Caters to the Best Trcde Only. Best Goo &
In Stock all the Time
lfi-YPHfOId Whiskey and a full line or Standard Cip. in..
Fine Billiard Parlo-. 'rclcphone No. 9
OSCAR HAMILi'QfJ Maiap
0 H. BOLE ROOFER
f.anufactuier and applicr of Colo Aspnaltum Iron Clad Roof Putnt. I'll
best for metal and bhlng '&. Makes shingles like hi ate. Also put on a
Tdialtum gravel sand tar and pitch roofs and layu the genuine asphaltum
walks vnd pavements and artificial stone. Old roofs repaired and made ai
ood as new. Stacks nd stand pipes painted ann repaired All work gnaran
teed. Be". of references.
C. H. COLE
Thoso who wish their eyes scientifi-
cally examined and have glasses prop-
erly fitted should not 'all to consult
Dr. Ignatz Mayer at his ofllce over
Beehive Oklahoma avo. 3 11 m 1
II. W. Dankors cablnot makor. All
kinds of cabinet work promptly done-
Stringed instruments repaired. Satis
faction guaranteed or money refund-
ed. Carriages and buggies repaired
and varnished. Shop and offlco 22 S
Division street. 13ml
A lroc on the Market
A business man of this city recolved
some weeks ago a consignment of Den-
nis Flynn buttons with instructions to
sell them offering him a largo com-
mission. The merchant placed them
in his most prominent show cose. Up
to date ho has disposed of 'but odb
and that one adorns tho lapel of the
merchants coat although tie lias re-1
cel-d directions from tho button dis-
tributers to cut the price and raisr the
Soilo people are constantly troubled
with! pimples and bolls especially
about the head and neck. The best
Tho Fourth at l'erklni
Hon. J. R. Keaton of Guthrie will
probably to the orator on tho Fourth
at Perkins. It is now proposed to give
a big barbecue in connection with tho
other amusements on the I' our in. uno
committees should got to work now
and got the posters properly distribu-
ted and let the old eagle como out In
full blazo. -Porklna Journal
remofiy is a thorough courso of Ayor's
Sar .aparllla rvhich expels nil humors
through the proper channels and so
malles tho skin become soft healthy
Camp Jmnliou No. 437 V. V. V.
Members old soldiers nnd Chapter
cf Daughters of tho Confederrcy aro
respectfully requested to meet at the
V. S. court house nt 8 o'clock p. m. on
Wednesday Juno 17 1890. Matters
of Importance to bo considered.
J. C. Jamison
J. D. Maumck Commandor.
Citizens of Guthrio and vicinity
Tuesday will bo a day for a free drluk
at the Welcome Grocery. Wo have
just received a largo shipment of port
ablo fruit lemonade. This Is the finest
lnt u.iiti.ii lAirmrranu drink known.
II rn nn TnRilnv. Juno 10. and trv a
glass and if It suits you will know
where to come as we are sole agents
4 for Guthrie. ts
"Wako up Jacob day is breaking!"
so said DoWltt's Little Early Risers to
the man who had taken them to arouse
his Bluggtch liver. F. B. Lillle & Co.;
0. R. Renfro Sol Oklahoma avenue.
Thc60 aro hard times and prices
count. If you havo never tried Lillle
&. Co. for what you wont In the drug
or book lino just givo them ono trla'
and our word for it you will bo more
Pass tho good word along the line
l'llos can bo quickly cured without an
operation by simply npplying DoWltt's
Witch Haaol Salve P. P.. Lilllo it Co ;
C. R. Kenfro 801 Oklahoma avonue
Tho chance of your Ufa time is to
sccuro ono of thoso 5 atlasscs of tho
world. Lilllo & Co. glvo ono with $25
wortti of purchases
Small In 6lie but great In results
DoWltt's Llttlo Eatly Risers act gently
but thoroughly curing Indigestion
dyspepsia aud constipation. Small pill
safe pill best pill. V 11. Lillle & Co ;
C R Ronfro 204 Oklahoma avonue
Have you noticed how the people aro
carrying oft that wall paper from Lll-
He's drug store? Those wholesale
prices with the discount added catch
When wo consider that the intestines
are about tiro times as long as tbe
body we can realize the intenso suf-
fering experienced when thoy become
Inflamed. DoWltt's Colic it Cholera
Cure subdues inflammation at once and
completely removes the difhoulty. P.
B Lillle & Co ; 0. R. Renfro 204 Okla-
Wall paper and
with goods from
cheaper than dirt
Notice Is hereby given that on Mon-
day tho 13th day of July 1800 or as
soon thereafter as said matter can be
brought to tho attention of tho gov-
ernor application will bo mado to the
honorablo W. 0. Renfrow governor
of Oklahoma for tho pardon of Henry
Nichols who vas convicted at the
March terra 1804 of the district court
of Logan county of the crime of grand
larceny and was sentenced to impris-
onment for the term of two years. All
persons aro hereby notified that '
can appear at the governor's ofllce in
the elty of Guthrie O T on tho 13th
day of July 1S0U at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon and roslst said application
if they so deslro
JoMis t Dkvkiikux
Attorney for Henry Nichols.
206 W Okla. Ave eatonlan Drui? Co
3 Are Rnllt n. lift
Rl6Y(sLE Largest and best
i " " Equipped Fact if"
.In toe World.
B. J 1 4. -f-. r they are hullt to stand for years.
U1IL IUI and to maintain hence can not af
We bare a reimtallon cstahllaheil
afford to Runnlv anvthinc hut the licst
that brains and money can produce The Wavcrleya show It Scorcher
(3 heights) t HelleMland581nrhr-7:i00a!iatKSU. call andj.ee them
INDIANA BICYCLE CO
DON'T BE MISLED
The first and loading dontlst in
Guthrie. Always keeps in tho front
with now methods. Thoroughly edu-
cated and with seventeen years e-
porlcnce. Ilonost and conscientious
In all dealings. Work the 4ery best
yot prices the lowest. Get tho lowest
prices you can in town or territory
then eomo to me. and I r ill do your
work cheaper. Don't make a mistake
in tho placo Dr PeopleB Tho Dentist
Southwest corner Oklahoma and First
Aro tho KuJt On Enrth.
llcyclcs bought sold and exchanged. Iticyeles bold nt Irihiall
ments. Our prices and guarantee will interest you Full tint-
of cyclo sundries. Repairing of all kinds ctouo and wurk guar-
anteed. Give us a call.
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
113 113 1-2 Oklahoma A.e.
E N KNAUSS. Mantis
All persons having manure or rub-
bish of any kind they desire to .novo
(except garbage or other filthy matter)
may if they desire deposit tho same
at tho foot of Vino street near Lin-
coln avenue in tho city between tho
banks and the water-chute now being
constructed for the protection of thut
street and the property in that vicini-
ty until further notice G W. Hruce
On and after June 1st 'I he Rush will
do a cakh biiblueh unit. Wt shall
pay cash for everything WE buy and
shall poMtWely expect eash for ull
wo sell Keep an eye open for our
next pobter but don't read if you
want to buy dry goods carpets or
shoes especially shoes of any ono
else. Good delivered unyv.li-ro
within two inili-N of kV-w frei-. Wo
close now at 0 30 oxcept Saturday.
Thk Rush J C. Duua Mgr.
Are indeed new models and not '95 patterns
masquerading under the guise of '06 wheels.
Publiu approval has clearly demonstrate 1
that the exclusive nnd practical Remington
improvements are fully appreciated by good
riders everywhere nnd the universal reputa-
tion for Excellence accorded Remington pro-
ducts during the pv.t 80 years Is of itself a
sufficient guarantee that in buyiug a Reu
ington you can mae no mistake.
Handsomely illustrated catalogue describ-
ing new models lll be sent free to any a l-dress
LADIES REMINGTON MODEIr21 PRICE $tOO
Olsmith Arms Co.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 13, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 16, 1896, newspaper, June 16, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73648/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.