The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 27, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
. i m c juintkrte Okb.
Tit Lonitor I'rlntlnc tloniny
FJ3LIE U. NIULACK. - - Udltor.
Only Morning l'sper I'abtUtirit In Onthrle.
Official U gsti 01 Oklahoma Iniooiry
1.' ii'cn of Tota ilonnti.
SATinDAY JUNK J7 1890.
Thk Daily Lkadkb accents advortli
Ingwlth tho distinct Mid uosltlvo guar
antee mat u nu aouuie tno patu
circulation of any newspaper published In
Tiik Lkadku Ulndory Is ono of iho bol
Institutions of tlio kind lntho Wost and Is
dally turning out largoquantlttogatworV.
Mend In your orders lor binding and blanV
books and they will bo promptly attended
Oae mouth itollvoreJ In city 40
One month by mall SO
Three months ISO
8li mouthi 3 00
Una year e oa
six inoutht I w
Jna year 1 00
L Dkbilionm Democratic Platform
Resolved That wo heartily ondorso
the Democratic principles as laid down
by Jefferson and Jackson and that
those principles aro the true test of
Resolved That wo arc in favor of
the free and unlimited coitiago of gold
and silver at a ratio of 10 to 1 regard-
less of tlio action of any other country
and the steady and gradual increase of
the circulating medium to meet the
just demands of the people.
Resolved That we favor homo rule
and the appointmout of the bona fide
cltieens of Oklahoma to tlio federal
olllces in this territory.
Resolved That the delcgatos elected
to the national convention arc in-
structed to vote as a unit on all ques-
tions coming before that convention
--i to voto for no one for nomination
president or vico president who is
n?t unqualifiedly in favor of the free
and unlimited coinage of gold and sil-
ver at the ratio of 10 to 1 independent
of tlio action of any other nation.
Resolved That we are in favor of a
tariff for revenue only.
Resolved That wo arc in favor of a
constitutional amendment authorizing
the collection of an income tax as u
part of tho federal revenue systom.
Resolved That wo recognize libeity
as the birthright of every human be-
ing and that wo earnestly sympathize
with Buttering Cuba in her struggle
for independence nnd call upon the
president to grant tho people of that
Island recognition of belligerent rights
r in their war for freqdoin.
Resolved That we condemn the Re-
publican party for its persistent crim
inal legislation ti pcrpctunto Itself in
power by bucIi acts as the force bill
disregard of the constitutional limita-
tions destruction of silver as one of
the nTfluSv metals legislation in the
interest of the Classes and against the
Resolved That in William AleKinluy
wo recogniZ') the paid attorney of
manufacturing trusts the leuipieut
at their hands of enormous contribu-
tions for tho purpose of his cuuiumgu
and the bound agent to reimburse mid
swell their great foi tunes by the
shameless taxation of the puuplu Thut
we further recognize in Wlllium Mo-
Klnloy the most eminent llnuticial
straddlobjg of his day and tho only
man before tho American poeplo who
is vouched for as being in favor of
both tho free coinage of silvan and of
a single gold standard.
Unsolved That the national com-
inlttoYman from this territory is horc-
by instructed to vote with the freo
silver men in tho temporary organiza-
tion of tho national convention.
Resolved That wo favor tho en
actment of legislation by congress at
the earliest posslbc moment which
will givo to all the settlers upon pub
lie lands in this territory tho same
rights to froo homes that woro ac-
corded to tho settlers of original Ok-
lahoma. Resolved That we favor more liberty
and privileges In roforence to Indians
holding allotments in Oklahoma and
demand such legislation as will per
mit the Indians to conduct their busi
ness without interference on the part
of the Indian department or Its agents
and that tho Indians having ono-half
or more whito blood be permitted to
Bell or dispose of their lands without
lnlcncrcnco by law.
"Whereas Tho lion. R. P. Uland of
Missouri has for the last twentv years
advocated the freo and unlimited
coinage of silver in tho halU of con-
gress of the United Statos and whereas
Missouri will present tho natuoof Hon.
U. P Uland to the Chicago convention
for president of the United States
therefore be it resolved that Oklahoma
territory having an abiding faith in
tie ability intogrity and honesty of
the lion. R. I'. Uland ondorse his
nauio for presldont of tho United
titatcs and instruet our delegates at
Chicago to use all fair and honorable
means to seoure hU nomination at
The goldites in Oklahoma are about
In tho ratio of 1 to 010 sllvorltos.
It is not parity that troubles Okl n
homa Republicans. It Is disparity.
Texas came smilingly to the front
for Uland. Sllvor Dick will be very
much in ovidonco at Chicago.
Tiik St. Louis convention's bills
amount to over 83000000 and It looks
&s if they would have to paid In gold.
The Capital bhould tack a new plat-
form to Its masthead under the bead-
ing! ''Silver Threads Among tho
Tiik Capital cntl..ues to fquirm
Yesterday it declared for free illvor
Today we may look for a red-hot gold
Now that tbo Canton ministers have
taken up tho presldentiul question It
will bu just as well to look out for a
bit of Ituccbardizlng.
Akteh the St Louis convention ad-
journed ona of the Reed leaders from
MM&sxbusets was heard to sigh: "Oh
rTH a Lodge In some vast wilderness."
WATCH roil Til KM
Prom tills timo on tho papers will bo
full of such Horns as tho ono which
hat just emanated from St. I'atil "A
loading bankor" voports thnt a com-
pany of "wealthy Frenchmen" intend
to "establish hoatlquarlors" at St
Paul for tho purpose of loaning "an
luimonso utnounl of money to lie far-
mors" but thoro is .i condition. This
compuy will not begin operations
until "(if'cr the ass. rancc has bcon
given that tl fljnnclal system of this
oov i. y Is to continue oi a sound
b.islv." Thou iho banker gooj ir to
expand upon tho good tt.como iron
tho ostabUstimnut of such n crnipony.
This In all rot and uonsonpo. coi'cd
with poppy -cootf. The trouble wiih
the fnrmor is thnt with falling prices
he is not able to pay what he noy
owes. Mis security is gradually fail
ing while his present debt rciuntiii
f ull-s'ced. The people should be pi i-
pared for the finauelnl fakir who is
just about to bring about good ttinos
but requires you to vote for gold
standard first. Kvon the evonlng Cap
ital Kingfisher Free l'ross. Perry
Times and other Republican papers
which recently Hopped from freo silver
to virulent goldbug shoots will soon
bo trying to get such stun down Hie
throats of tholr farmer roadors.
The New York papers sont out tele-
grams in 1803 stating that foreigners
stood ready to loan us vast sums of
money as soon as the Sherman law
wan repealed and then thoy hesitated
because of our greenbacks. Now they
are sea rod about the gold standard it
self. Tho poople should not be de-
ceived. It li better for tho farmer to
got good prlcos and not have to bor
row than it is to sell his crops for
nothing and then borrow money to
buy food and clothing lie ware of
the fukc interview with the limid
TIIK TKYTIMONY UF TIIK MAItKKTS.
When there was a prospect that this
country would adopt tlio bimetallic
policy a few years ago tho price of
silver advanced rapidly in tho markets
of tho world. Tho closing of tho
Indian mints Rout it rapidly down-
ward. Tltcso were proofs written in
the exchanges of the effect of legisla-
tion upon the commercial value of the
whito metal. It has received a sharp
impetus from the Democratic conven-
tions held the past three weeks an ad-
vance which was promptly rcllectcd in
tho London markets. It is hardly
possible that any ono will bo found
silly enough to douy tho immediate
connection between tlio political pro-
gress of iho causo of bllver and Its
financial progress. Wall street may
threaten and seek to deceive but in tho
matter of bargain and sale it knows no
rule except self-interest. It hates sil-
verand It Is buying silver. Why? This
dispatch from a New York antagonist
of free silver Is a full explanation:
"When it is considered that a free
&llror victory would eend the white
metal up to the coinage price or in
the neighborhood of SI. 25 nn ounce it
Im oasy to me that the mere possibility
of such an outcome of the presidential
eleclio.i is very tempting to tho
pluuger In the speculative world."
"It may possibly be true" says tho
New York World "us timid statesmon
toll our correspondent that If tho
question of an ixcluslvo gold or an ex-
clusive silver monoy wore now pre
sented to tho people for decision un-
embarrassed by othor political Issues
there would be a majority for sllvor."
This is tho World's way of admitting
that a majority of tho voters of the
country favor freo coinage. It derives
hope however from the thought that
all tho friends of btlvor cannot bo mar-
shaled in ono army. Therein it may
The Republican party In Oklahoma
Is suffering with an aggravated caso
of stubbed too. It will requiro all tho
artlflccB known in politics to kcop
Dennis' campaign on tho main traok.
Even Hilly Walkor the shrewdest ami
most discerning Republican in Okla-
homa will bo obliged to loarn somo
new managerial tricks.
Tiik political raalcontonts who have
takon umbrage at tho Lkadkk's stric-
tures should hire the government
acre and vlndloato themselves before a
surging multitude. If enough wind
cannot bo wast ol on such a procedure
another paper might be started. It
doueu't requiro any money to run a
Tiik I't. Worth Qazslto has suspend-
ed publication. It waB the omy morn-
ing papsr published in Fort Worth and
had a good field lut a superabundance
of politicians' promises and a lack of
luore In the box ofllce caused tho de-
mise. Fhank OttHKit of the State Capital
has dono up hit little froo coinage
booby In cottoii batting and during
tho rest of tho campaign will slug
swoet songs for McKlnley and the
gold standard. Norman4Volcc
Nowadays when women ar
tryiiiR to do everything it is
not strange that many thing
are over -done. It is not
strange that there are all
kinds of Physical and lmntal
disturbances. K the woman
who is a doctor or a lawyer
or a journ list or i't bu.tu-i
would not tr- to be a -ooiet
woman too it irglH bi dif-
lereni; (nit tnc i-omai. who
knows when she ha - done a
day work has jet to .c be n.
uiuauy a woiqan's way is to
keep ootng until lie drops.
Working 111 this way has manifold evils.
The most common trouble resulting from
over exertion cither mtntally or phy.
sically is constipation of the bowels with
all its attendant horrors.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the mot
effectual remedy iu the market They
work upon the system essily naturally.
There is no imr'stant pauta after tak-
ing them. Nt griping no pain -r no dis-
comfort They aic composed 0 mAteriali
that go through be system gradually cot
lcctiag all impurities and Tike the good
little servants that they -are disposing
ef theia effectually StSdby rvKSllls
flhe Has Ever Known. Wenls ff rraise
from a New York Lady for
" I would liKi' l mill my toNlliminy to
that of other who limn until Ayer'g
1111a and to n tli.it 1 limp taken them
for many year nnd alvas derived tho
best results fimii tlinr ne. For stom-
ach mid lirr tn.uiiii mill for tlio cure
Of liendaeiii' i .uimi 1 1 tlio derange--menU
Acer's l'llli i .intuit b- equaled.
When niv fin tut- i-i me what it tho
lnst remedy fur ili-nnleri n tlio stom-
ach liver or Imi-mOs m invariable
answer in Avei r-'; Taken in sea-
son they u ill 1ri k ii a iUl prevent
In grippe elieek fever nnd regulate the
ili'jentive nrgiiiii. They nro eay to
t.ilo .imt nre Imln il. the !ft all-round
fiiinih nn .In me I Ii.m i i i r known."
Mis .IiuiNsi.s. .. KhIi r Ammiiic
Nru York t'it .
Highest Honors at Worltl's Fair.
Ayer's Sarsapanlla Cures all Blood disorders.
Tiik Capital fcls very much dli-
tressed and docs not like to be prod-
ded. Tho Capital is not sure of any-
thing any more except that it is "in
harmony with the Republican party"
An Indignant Republican paper In
Indianapolis inquires: "Who tlio li 1
U ilobart?" This Is entirely uncalled
for; Mr. Ilobart Is Mr. Hanna's man.
And hero is Mr. Ilobart talking of
making the campaign on the larlfT.
Yet we arc informed that llanna
forced gold into the platform.
Ilucklen'ii Arnlcn Hnlvo.
Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts
bruises bo res salt rheum fever sores
chapped hands tetter ulcors chil-
blains corns and all skin erup-
tions and positively cures pile or no
pay required. It is guarantcd to givo
pcrfo t satisfaction or monoy refunded.
Prlco 25. cents por box. For sale by
Soatonlan Drug O.
0IJW AWAY I
If Mo Consult thin I.Ut of l.o- Itiito Kxcur-
luim nn the diuitu lre.
Denvor Colo July 7th to 10th.
Sixth annual convention notallClorks'
National Protective association of tho
United States. Convention Music
Teachers' National association. Hato
ono lowest first class fa;c for tho round
trip plus S200. DeiQB of sale July
5th and Oth. Original return limit 15
days from date of salo limited to con-
tinuous passago in each direction.
Kxtension of limit Tickets desposl-
ted with Joint Agent at Denvor on or
before July 11th will bo extended to
and including July 25lh 1800.
I'ourtli of July Itiitm.
Rato ono and one-third faro for the
round trip between all points within
200 miles. Dates of salo July 3rd & 4 th.
final return limit July oth ibtiu.
A trip cast is often replete with
many annoyances such as transfers
and delays in the larger cities and tao
summer tourist is doprlved of many
ploasurcs which are incident on a trip
to tho Eastern resorts. To avoid
these annoyances the Santa Fo com-
pany havo arranged to run a special
train consisting of pullman sleepers
and .chair cars thiough to Ituffalo
N. Y. en July 4th without change.
Tho train will bo In charge of an ex
perienced Manager of tho Santa ioCo .
who wiP arrange all the details of tlio
trip and relieve tho passengers of all
annoyance and responsibility and if
you are planning for a pleasant trip
oast arrango to join tlio rs. iv. a.
special on July 4th. For rates and
detailed Information apply to Agent
Santa Fo Ity.
Chicago. 111. July -7th 1800 Demo-
cratic convention ono fare for tho
round trip tickets on salo July 4th
5th and Oth with final return limit of
Washlngson. I) C July 7th to ISth
18U0 national convention Voting Peo-
ple's Societies of Christian Kudeavor
ono fare for the round trip. Tickets
011 salo July 2d 3d 4th and Stli with
llnal return limit of July 18th.
An extension of return limit until
July 31st will bo grantod by deposit-
ing tickets with the joint agent at
Washington on or before 0 p. in. July
Milwaukee Wis. July 10th to 10th
1800 annual meeting liaptist Young
Peoples' Union of America ono fare
for tho round trip. Tlekots on salo
July 14th 15th and 10th good for re-
turn passago leaving Milwaukee July
20th 21st and 22d.
American Society of Civil Engineers
San Francisco California Juno 90
1800 one ilrst-olass faro for the round
trip. Tickets ou sale June 15 10. 33.
21 with final limit of no days from
dutc of sale.
Annual moeting National Educa-
tional association lluffalo N. Y..
July 9 to 11 1800. Ono first-class fare
for tho round trip pluss 8 member-
ship fee. Tickets ou sale July 4 and 5
with return limit t July 13 1S0C
An extension of return limit to and
Including August 5th 1800 will be
granted on tloksrts deposited with
joint agent at Milwaukee on or before
July 30th 1800. L. It. Dki-ankv
The lHff I'our.
Confederate Veterans' It un Jn at
Richmond Vo. June 30 to July the
Hlg Four Chesapeako and Ohio route
from St. Louis through tho pecturo-
csfie mountains of Virginia and the
historical battle grounds. Two daily
trains from HU Louis to Richmond Va.
Ask your local ticket agent or address
A. 0. MoGuiiib
Geo. Pass. Agt box 8S3 Dallas Tex.
HnniPR Chapel M K Mnn&ur ami 0th
I). W Uom pastor Residence first
door north Kutiday school 10 a in.
preaching 11 u. in. Rpwurlli league
4 p.;ui. prayer meeting Thursday ovo-
ning 8 o'clock
First ltapi 1st Church corner Vino :uld
Noble; U. II Halt panlor reaMancO
No. 30S Vine strocl. Morning service
11 o'clock; evening 8 o'clock ; bible
school S:40tL in; It. Y. P. Jr. 3 p. m ;
prayer meeting and teaohers' meeting
Thursday at 7:80 p. in Strangers
Christian Church comer Vine null
Cleveland. W. A. Humphrey pastor
lostdcnce 803 FaBt Warner avenue.
Morning service 11 a. in ; evening at 8
p. in Sunday school at 10 a. m Jun-
ior Hndenvor 5:30 p. tn ; Y. P S C. K.
atOMK p. in.; prayer meeting Thursday
evoniiiKat8p.nl. All cordially In-
vited. Plymouth Congregational ltr jail.
between Oklahoma and Cleveland.
Rov. C. N. Queen pastor residence
Cleveland and Hroail. Morning service
11 o'clock; evonlng 8 o'clock; Sunday
nchool 0:45 a. m ; Christian Itndoavor
7 p. in.; prayer meeting Thursday evo-
nlng at 8 o'clock.
West Sldo ConirrcsraUonal Church
Salilmtli suliool 111 a. m.; preaching at
11 a. in.; Ilrv. Ales. M. Lennox pus-
tor; Y. P. S. O K 7 p. tn.. W. J.
Dwtnnell leader; evening service 8 p
in. ; temperance tally. I P. !' Kvon-
song and discourse at 8 p in
M. K. Church South Corner oi
Vilus and llroad street Rev W I) White
pastor residence first door south of
oliurcli. Morning services at 11 o'clock;
evening servicoa at 8 o'clock; Sunday
school at 9 a ru; ISpworth League at 3
p in; prayor meeting Wednoaday evon-
lng at 8 o'clock
Flnt M. H Church. Corner llroad
and Noble J I) M fiuckuer pastor
residence Ilrat. door west of ehureh
Morning service at 11 o'clock; Junior
Loaguo 3 p m; Bpworth League 7 p
in; ovonlng sc-viue 8 pin; prayer meet-
ing Thursday ovenlng at 8 o'clock
Presuyterlan Church Corner of Di-
vision and Noble. Rev A J MacOllllv-
ray pastor residence 009 I'lu&t Noble.
Morning service at 11 o'clock; ev- nlng
servlcu at 8 p in; Sabbath school 'J.-Ui
a in; Y P S C 15 7 p in; prayor meeting
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Hvory-
body invited to attend those services
Trinity Church Kpiscopal corner
Noble and Rroad. Ill Rev Dr Ilrooke
Itishop; Rov A II Nicholas rector.
Holy communion 9:1." a m; morning
sorvlec and sermon 11; evening service
and sermon 8; Sunday school 10 a in;
Wednesday evening service at 8; Fri-
day Litany at 10 a m; tlio Holy oin-
amnion is also administered the first
Sunday in each month at 11 o'clock
service; tho Holy communion on all
Holy days at 10 a in. Hvorybody wel-
come. Herman Brangoliual oliurh corner
Vilas avenue and Ash streot. Rov. (J.
Ditol will pioaoh at tl a. in.; Sunday
school at 10 a. m.
Uliilntlmi Kmlttikviir Kxcurlon.
The Hlg Pour Chcspeake.t Ohio routo
hai boon solected by the Kndoavor-
crs of St Louis and the state of Mis-
souri as the official rotito to tho Na-
tional Christian Kndoavor conven-
tion at Washington D. C July 7th
For descriptive pamphlet sleeping
car reservations etc. ask your local
agent or address
It. C. MCC-UHIK
Trav. Pass. Agent.
P. O. Ilox 633 Dallas Tex. tf
For the national convention Young
Peoples' Societies of Christian Ku-
deavor Washington D C July 7 to
13 1800 the Santa Fe route will sell
excursion tickets at 0110 fare for the
round trip Tickets on salo July S 3
4 and 5 wUh Ileal return limit of
July 18 1800 tickets to be limited to
continuous passage in each direction.
An extonslon of return limit until
July 21 will be granted by depositing
ticket with joint agent at Washington
on or beforo 0 p. in. July 14 1H00
R. L. Dolaney Agent.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
Fourth nf July Celctrttoii.
Urand celebration July 4 at Sturgls'
grove on the southwest corner of sec-
tion 30 township 10 range two west.
Heof and mutton barbecue and free
for all dinner. Everybody invited. A
cool grove and pleasant place to spend
tho glorious 4th. lltf
Have you seen the 00 Columbian?
Tho pleasure you feel iu riding a
wheol that you know is the best that
can be made is worth more than the
price you pay extra for jrour purchase.
F. it. Lillio & Co. havo secured the
agency for tho Columbia Kike and
havo them ou exhibition nt tholr store.
If you want to 6eo the bodt wheel that
can V' made call around
For first-class paper hanging call on
L Chrlson. Ill north First street
IFIrt I'ubllHbe.l In the Dally Leailer
May S ISM.
Notice lor Publication
Land ontce at (Jutbrle O. T.. Way 97 ln.
Notice U hereby Ktveu that the follow tng-
nauinl aeltlvr baa ttltil notice of her IiiIbu-
tion to mate final proof tn support of tier
claim sad that aalil proof will be made be-
fore tbe register and recelvsr at Outline O
T. nJulyX ltW. vl:
Mary Conn for lot I and sw qr of sw r and
h of hw qr aerllun tt. twp IT n range i. w.
She name the following wltneasos to prove
Her coiitiuuuun rcsiitfici; upon ana cultiva-
tion of itaid land vis:
Horace t'rawloru. jam en n. aneet. jomiiu
D. Iach and Jobu U SUIa. all of Uultirl
j?ach ami Johu 1. Stain all of Uuthr
O. T. SITS
A. N. J. uuoou jiCKimcr.
Kolice U hereby given that at a. seiwlon of
the board of coinmrMlouera ot logjn oodii-
ty Oklahoma Territory held u tbe Wlb
day of Uay. 1!. a iKiltlon Ktnd by Cna
White and others of reward township aalc-
lag lor s view and a nurvey for the purine
efloratlng a certain county road UecrllK.i
hm foiinurK f"vmiiiMtirltiv at th boutbeafit
corner of the xw qr of tec l In tp IS uofrl
w theme -1 ou the tectltn line about 70
rnd to draw thence around aid draw on
the north klde about id roda toKCCtlon lnc
thence along said Hue went t" the noutlmcut
coruer of kald tt 31 wan presented and that
II W Hathbone. PranV Johnson and W H
Ioug sere viewer and II L White county
snrveyor. will meet at the ptac of ueitln-
ntng oa kaid road on the 30th day of J.
16W at 10 o'cIoa-Ic a m ot said da and vro-
ced to view and survey said road and i;l e
alliMrttsua ksarlr.i. .
Uone by ordt u tbe board of coi 1 .1
loners ot I)i an rosi-trjQklahonja T rrl-
tory . It. rMM 9TT ST WA 'if
County Oerk aa3 Wt -V of . .l ' ar '
Wyant & McCrary's
FIrHt-Class Uigs Always Heady.
Hack line running every day between Outh
rle and Chandler except Sunday II &
Mall llarn Cor Uland Vllaa
I'RAr-HCE IM ALL TUB Hltlimi
Office OTer llec Hive Clothing Store
"pitOMAS 8. WHITE
Washington D. U.
Hooms IOS- S Atlantic Hutldlng.
Mining. Land aint Ititent Law a sji-i laity.
pAVIU I. UITT.
Washington D. C.
I r. Street f. W.
I'rlncliwl Ksatnlner IVniton
Tho lienalun illcy of the future will In all
urouuiniiiy lie more iinerai
WATSON R. COT.KMAN.
Lantlniul Pntont Attornoy.
Washington D. U.
Waiblngton lxian and Trust Hl'dg.
ItUI'UKUNCKS-IInn. M. V. Allen U. S. Sen-
ate; Hon. Lafe Pence. IClnilerhook N. Y.
Him. John a Hell M. 0.; linn j. U. nicks
IItANIC 11. CHOSTHWAITK
WnshlnKton D. C
1W) K Street N. V.
Tub Land DU'ahtmknt of my otllre Ik con-
ilucted by the late cblef of the Oklahoma
Tuwnalte and Content DIvNIoiik. I w.llrlt
your lHutneiw and guarantee sAtlniactlon.
Doctor K1 Hli Foi il.
Speeial attention given to diseases of
Women anil Children.
Oftloe Dally Hotel. First and Vilas St.
MISS Z0K THOMPSON
411 Norlh It road St.
Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental
Music. Private und class lessons in
Musical History. lm
Tailoring Cleaning and Repairing
Dyetog a Specialty.
112 W Harrison. Outlihrin Ok.
If you want bills distributed any-
where In Oklahoma write Smith the
bill distributor box 2C0 Guthrie. Oh-
THIS SYSTEM of Life Iusur-
ance; which Is original witli and op-
erated only by tho Nat'l Life is based
on a Singlu Premium ml lusted ou
an exact mathometical equity between
the persons Insured so that each
will pay for tho insurance received
just what it'la cctually worth according
to the age anil the Hazard assumed.
CASH SURRENDER VALUES-
Cash surrender values aro
granted on our Single Premium poli-
cies at tho end of each Fivo Year Divi-
PAID UP POLICIES are gran-
ted on same terms as original policy
for such a proporatlon a the number
of premiums paid bear to Vhe num-
ber required in the original policy.
After the live annual premiums
have been paid in caso policy is lapsed
and paid up policy is not applied for
the Association will without any
action on the part of the insured
carry tho original policy for its full
amount for such a time as the Reserve
and dividends then apportioned to the
policy will pay for the Association's
DISABILITY I" case of total
Disability upon surrender of tiie poli-
cy the Association may pay an
annuity certain of one-tenth of tho
then value of the policy payable an
nually for ten years; or a single canh
payment equal to tho present worth
of Bucb annuity.
THAT SUCH A POLICY
fully meets the purpoe of life insur-
ance amply supplying tho demands
of the insuring public requires no
shrewdness or business experience to
sec; whilo it is equally self-evident
that It is the fairest most equitable
and just insurance contract now is-
sued enabling the National Life to
sell life Insurance on the same prin-
ciples that (Ire Insurance or other
commodities are sold tho purchaser
paying exactly what the article pur-
chased is -'orth and receiving full
consideration for the money expended.
THIS SYSTEM while it does
not Include the objectionable features
secures by its iwo-ycar accumulation
distribution plan all the strong and
popular points of Tontine Insurance
It practieatly eliminates or t educes to
the minimum the dangers of loss
from lapso or surrender at the same
time securing to tlio persistent insured
the greatest pons' 11 e benefit arising
from all surplus aoenmulation which
can be used from llino to time or al-
lowod to accumulate und bo paid with
and In addition to tho 'amount of the
policy at its maturity.
BY THIS SYSTEM you can
secure the bost aud most equitable
policy Issued contalnl ncr all tho new
and popular features. You can also
feel assured that you are not wasting
your money on extravagant manage-
ment as the expenses are limited to a
flxed amount and all profits aro used
to increase tho surplus and
strengthen the loss paying ability of
the company so that you will never
feel In after life that you havo ex-
pended considerable sums of money
that might better have boon saved.
IN SECURITY against loss and
to promptly tneot maturing claims
the most important porquisitlos of a
life company this system leads all
others as by its speeial reserve clause
It affords ao additional safeguard.
Tho premium paying period is limited
to the producing years of life thus
rendering to the minimum tho danger
of aVtsolute loss on account of inability
from any cause to pay premiums in
Tho best and raos. equitable policy
Insuranco in force 30741500 00.
Rates adjusted according to the risk
Gross assets 7134143.90.
Surplus as to policy holders 31. 17
National Life Association
of Harlford Conn.
II ;gan A Paine general agents
Room 9 Gray Hros. Block
Uu.tb.rie O. T.
Granulated Suniir . . .
lbs fur (1 U)
45 lb hand-picked heuti .
10 lb " '
lib good Making Powder...
7 liars White Uusslnu Soao
7 liars Clairettc Soap
7 liars Orandmother'!) .Soap
8 liars lllb
3 lb Cracked Java Coffee 35
3 Cans Tomatoes
Sweet Com per Can 05
3 Cans California iVielios a.
2 " " Apricots as
- " " l'h'g Plum- 35
- " " Oreen tinge
OCuni Sardines oil
2 Cans lted .Salmon sv
iilte Salmon jo
I! lb Dry Salt Meat Km
Armour llacon m
Ainiour flams n
I'oRH lurley pi-r lb 08
iirmiKltibl (.up Coffee por pi. k 20
s noses Loir e Wtsuiic. 05
Cleiinod CurranU per pkg u5
Proseed Fl(j9 pur lb 10
Jolly por pall 1.
Mtnco Moat 07
Host New Orleans Syrup 00
Host Corn Syrup 35
Sorghum per cat.
I 1-I-. pkgs S 1I11
Slb Sal Soda ....
0 lb bulk Sltirch Imiudry 25
15 Dozen Cluthes Pins 25
1 Large Hollies IS no i
8 Small " ' jff
Ground Spices; Pepper vtustanl
Allspice Cinnamon and Cloven lb 30
Giound Spices Pepper. Mustaid
Allspice Clnnnuioii Cloves per lb 15
3 pkgs Yeast Foam iu
Tobacco Anchor per lb is
" Free Silver 1 er lb 20
" Starand Iloiseshoe perlb 37H
Rough and Ready 1-lh pkg 15
Masons i gal Fruit Jars pur doz.. 1 00
" cjuatt " " 75
Rubbers for Masons Fruit Jars 05
X-gal TI11 Cans CO
Quart " " 35
Sealing Wax per lb 05
Oils Castor Machine nur iml 30
Castor Machine pur gul.
Coal Oil 1503 water white
Toothpick 5.i)0 for 05
Barometers and Thermometer 15
1 doz Load Pencils 05
Glass Cu Hum 05
3 Hottlos L?I'ugVs Glue . us
Carter's Ink per llottlo 05
25 Knvoiopus 115
1 ream Writing Papor 80
1 oxlS-lnch 120-pagu Day Rook .... 05
F. E. HOUGHTON
712 Noble Avenue.
DON'T FORGET FRIDAY-0UR
Is the' place to get the easiest .shave rind -the
most stylish hair cut in the city.
EVERY BARBER IN THE SHOP IS AN ARTIST.
The bath rooms
in every particul u
DANDERINE TREATMENT FREE
to all patrons of the shop.
DR. IGNATZ MAYER
lo to 111 iu I 30 to a p in
Ofllco over IJoe liiro'H Neyi Ston Ok. Avo. (luthrie O. !
Practice Limited to Diseases and Surgery of the
EYE EAR NOSE AND THKOa'I
Scientifically adjutod to suit the
Why. the meat you buy of O IL Owcos.
all Unas from lender futcy steaks to salt mcatf . oysters. Halt
rnnV1.1l nii.nl. tivi that ma .vnnr mnnth water to looc Uiwa.
vnll.1 limn fnr Oikeni knnir. hnw lie It
-urtih nr.fhne. Ha in handv too fnr he has
known as the Model Market The other at
ine times. Ulvcblm acid Vim ar sure
Acme Churn in gal
Cedar Chimin 5
Pino Churns 0
Wood Well llucket
Ga'vanUfd Palls 12 iimrt.
Galvanized Palls 1 ) u:rt.
MIU ou'tio '.tlr- Pall is quart.
Tin Pal IO.itiv-1.
Wooden "all IS qnnit
Ten Kettle cupper bottom
Tea Kettle iron
Tea Kettle granite
Iroh Pots No. 8
Porcnlnln-llned Kct le...
Hlwooil's Wile Stn-trlii-rs
Hill's Hog Ringer
lllll' Hug Riii s por box
Shoemaker's Stutid and 3 1 asts.
loft Inch Ug Chain per lb . .
Pifi 5-10 Inch l.ogCtitiin per it ..
Mattocks wiih handle
Railroad Pli'k-i with hamlii's
1 quart Cotli-e Pot ... ..
3 iiuart CulToa Pot
3 iitiart Colle.i Pot ... .... .
4 quart ColTec Pot .
5 pint cup for w. .
2 llatno Staple
8 Hatno Clips
Steel Door lock with Knobs .
Cast Door Locks with Kimbs.. .
8 Inch MI I Flte
10 Inch Mill File .
l-'liich Mill File
11 Inch Mill File
Stone Ware per pul
X Inch Rope 1 er U
S II (IKS.
Men's Plow Shoos 'i ilufkh") Mil-
waukee Oil Grain solid 1 11 nor and
outer solos nolo loitliir cnmitcr
well sowitl and riveted
Same a above lit couples.. good
Men's Porpolko Leather Shoe bos
and toughest h-.itlio iu cvl$teic-
solid Inner and outor mi'i-s solo
1 I Ml
Ladli's'Geuultio Donyuhi Shoo war-
ranted I 50
Ladles' Oil Grain iv.
Lndles' (.it'll til tin Kangaroo Calf 1 r. 1
Ladloa' Sheep Skin solid paper tu-
ners and spongy leather outer
solos solid paper counter very
stylish and wa. runted tn wear one
We havo a full line of Oxford Tie. I r.
Tan and llltick; also Children's Saudi Is
that we aro soiling very low .
'I he celebrated
1 . I l I) I Li
AND 1JVP OlANNKS
uioKti-ompllcotcJ crises of defer iv -
Such CelK'ju kto you never Uk.e.
ureau out r etc
You are always promptly
tlie oldest and best bulCbtrr In town.
tw markets. One at 119 Oklahoma avenue.
T23 west Noble. ttt Looe Star i'rlces to suit
to be pleased I
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