The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 27, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA'S
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point in uoirp' iiriiii.'li to nny
(i lit in the United Mules I'repiiUl
lit 1. 1 id piid I'M linn- "ill liu delivered
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I'or rates anil other Information apply to
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South Mi Alesier I. T.
The Itli'iie. Tin- Alps uml I !;itt It'-
ll m ine of Ami'rli'H In eonnci-
lion with Hie liiar I'oiir ItniHn via
( Inncirwiati to
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H" TrTiwj A 'iil"'n tnl eluc-
J jj ' ohmrvRlion cur.
j. Thin famoUH irnlii of-
rAtT riYUtO VUKHKAll ferh Hie l-M k.rvllo
over the best ti nek tuid tie.t road boil
to the east throiiifh hlsturic regions.
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NAOMI Iteliekali Ionise Kg. J 1. o. O. V.
meelH every Thurnday evening at 7:30
in Odd Feilii'A nail in ihe wetntierger Uullil-
Ing viHliuro eli nine.
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AS All brethren cordially In-
S vlted to attend.
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GUTIIltIK LiHlge Nit I A. O. U. W. meeU
Thursday iv.'-iu of each week al 7:30
In Victor block c rierrimt ami HarrUon.
VlkltiDK Workmen aiwaya welcome.
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U. W VAMl'NRK. Itecorder.
GUTliniB Unge No. i K. ot P. meets
every Wednesday at 7:) In tbelr ball
'n the virtnr block ccnier Plrt and Harrl-
won. vuttlng knlghu are al-aj-fc welcome
o. w ukuck a c.
J JfOUCAKT M of K and K. of K. H
IO B M Meets every Teday ulgbt in It.
K of I. balL VlHltmK chleU always wel-
come w e ii.ssARCinr.Jr.
M II OIIKKHY. Clilef of tlecorda.
GUTHRIK IOdge nj. 3. I. O. O. P. meets
Monday Dlpbt ol each week at 7:30. Vis-
iting Odd Fellow - alw iy welcome.
II U. O.OKTON. N. G
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OKLAHOMA KncampmeutNH. I I. O. F.
meets eery PrUJay evening In Odd
HeiUiw-k hall at 7 SJ. Ail vtsiUBK natrlarcbs
welcome JOS. KOTJCART a '.
V.. K. MKItTEN Scribe.
l'Ol.ll 1UAI. AN.MIU.NCK.MHNTS.
The Leader Is authorixed lu announce lh
name of IIarr l'aluter as a candidate tor
the ofhto of rexlster of deeds of Logan
county kubleet to the iluclston of tbe action
of the Itepuulliau county convention.
The Leader Is authorised by A- Kretw to
unuoume his name ah a candidate for
noup'y Clerk subject i the action of the
I will le a candidate for County Superb
tendentuf Schools o' I-ogun c"-iylnthe
comlug rampaign. j
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ITI A IT Kit I Continued.
l'Tita as lie snw tlio Htcnuior intiko a
long detotir beforo It glidwl tip to the
pier wntohctl with n quli't fnscliintion
ull that went on t n bonnl nml know
too tlio frfgiilllcniico of pnrli comuiaiuL
Ho thru romouibaml tlmt the now en-
mto who wits to Iks his tutor wiw oxpect-
etl by this liont mid notwiohiiig to com-
praniiim his illgnity by neeming ongot
to lnakv this gnntlcniiui'H Rcquitintnnct
ho tttriiptl Hlowly on his heol itnd wiim-
lercd up toward thu stitblos whenco he
ntlll had n fair view of the fiord. He
had formed a very unfavorable opinion
of Air. 1'alok first because he wan a
clergyman nnd secondly beoauso ho tin-
derstood that he was musical. And of
all effcininnte arts music was to Frit7
the nioflt imbecile ami iiiconiprrheusi-
bio. He had heard tho endletH discus-
sion which had preceded the Kolectioii
of Air. Falck out of tho number of can-
didate)! wli" had responded to tho pas
tor's advert iiiement. The pastor loved
music as Iih lo-ed nothing elso and
playetl an excellent first violin. lUs twe
eldest dnnghtern Hulda and Alagda
jiluyed tho piano and the former lmd
moreover a ninguificoiit voice. Occa-
sionally Air. Kofod tho shoriff win.
livwl across the fiord would bo induced
to come over and play tho second violin
in the pastor's Ycdnosday evening miar-
tets but tho trouble with tho slioritl
was that he never could bo mado tc
practice and ho spoiled tlio finest pas-
sages of Haydn and Beethoven by hi!
wtctched bungling. And tho pastor had
such a sensitive our that ho invariably
stopped tho whole performance and ex-
postulated with his guest when he
played out of tune whoroupon tho sher-
iff who was an irasciblo gentleman
took oll'ouse anil sometimes departed in
high dudgeon. It was truth to toll in
no small measure due to Air. Kofod'i
poor oar and uncertain temper that Air.
liriiickmau lmd at last yielded to hit
wifo's entreaties and concluded to en-
gago it curate. If tho shorilf had bceu
mora amiable or playod a bolter sec-
ond violin ho would have got on fot
many a year without ono. But the
Wednesday evening quartets wero hii
chief delight aud when tho idea had
been artfully suggested that ho might
obtain a musical curato who would
make tho sheriff supcrMuous his finan-
cial bcroples ovaporatcd and ho walked
unsuspiciously into his trap. Tho ad-
vertisement which ho inserted in the
weekly devoted to ecclesiastical inter-
ests was a curiosity of its kind and
croated a groat deal of morrimout. II
road as follows:
"A well recommended theological
candidate of good character and abili-
ty who can play a good second violin
can obtain u position as curato by ap-
plying to X X X. "
But five responses wero received from
which circumstance tho pastor had nc
choico but to coucludo that a good char-
acter and a good fcccoud violin wore ii
not incompatible at all events ait ox-
trcnioly rare combination. Two of the
respondents wero married and wort
therefore out of tho question and twe
of tho remaining ones proved on inquiry
to lie morally objectionable. Ono wai
said to drink and tho other had a stain
'of" sbino EU. . upon his character. Air.
Falck was tlioreforo tho only ono lef I
who was available. Besides preaching al
tho annex church and assisting tho pas-
tor iu his work lio had agreed to give
Frit lessons in Latin and Fritz whe
had boon informed uf tho arrangement
had therefore good grounds for his dis-
liko. OHAPTEH II.
Tho arrival of tho stoamor was the
ono groat oxoitemont which broko the
inonotouy of life at tho parsonage. The
family would havo been on the pier in
forco oven if no ono had been expected
Tho servaut maids soiuo with arms
akimbo ami sleovos rolled up to thoir el-
bows iithurs shading thoir oyes with
their hands stood in a row iu front oi
tho house staring iu delightful agita-
tion at the speckled and checkered Eng-
lishmen witli fioldgloasos slung across
their shouldors and tho other ourious
varieties of tho human speoias which
tlio steamer never failed to bring. Pas-
tor Brluckmau aud his wife howovor
had small attention to spare for the
tourists on this occasion. Thoy strained
thoir eyas mustering every passonget
on board with earuost eorutiny but saw
no one except two English sportsmen
followed by n servant carrying guu
and roils who seemed disposed to disem-
bark. The steamer whistled once twice
thrioe and a visible disappointment set-
tled upon their features. Thou just as
the gangway was about to be pulled iu
a tall thin spectacled man with very
square shoulders elbowed his wuy
through tho crowd and walked ushoro.
He had a lougish pale faco tired blue
oyos aud a somewhat startled expres-
sion like some animal that had bceu
soared from tho grateful dusk of his den
jnt.o tha gurish light ot day. There ws
itu air of scholarly rofluomeut about
him but withal it could not bo denied
that ho was an extremely unimpressive
personality. Ho was not ugly by any
memis neither was ho at all handsome
A kind of dreary neutrality whioh is
tho mark of "the avorago" man seent-
'd to envelop libit front head tr- tout
like dull drab tint Apparently ho was
about SO or 1)2 years of ago. His coat
aud trousers wero of blaok broadoloth
of a vaguely clerical cut uml his broad
brimmed soft folt hat was of a similar
stylo. Ho looked as if ho had slept and.
had not enjoyed boing awakened. With
tUo most colorless manner Uo stepped up
to Mr. aud Mrs. Brlnclnnaii who folt
somehow a trifle hilled a d ld not
givo him half so offusivo a welcome as
they had boon prepared to da Hulda
Alagda and tho younger girls as soon
as thoy had caught a gllmpso of him
scattered up the littlo slope without
waiting to greet him and in their vir-
ginal bosoms a fo&d illusion perished.
Hulda tried to persuado hersolf that his
impreposstiss'iig appearance was on tho
whole a matter for congratulation an
it mado it so much th6 easier for her to
remain truer to her resolution to hate
him. Bat for all that she- could not rid
herself of a vague pang as sho walked
un-tho hill toward the narscuwiM.
H'eRTH BOYESEM. Tjf
1893.8V THE AUTHOR.
JJluucr was announced at 1 o'clock
for this was an old fashioned countn
menage and all the family gathered
promptly on tho hour in the large i-un
ny dining room. Tho clatter of the
many heels sounded sharply upon the
brown painted unearpeted floor but as
no ono iu tho house was troubled with
nerves there was no necessity for muf
fling one's fuotstcps. Tho paneled wall
were also painted in on unobtrusive
color and adorned with divcrso smoky
lithographs ono of which represented
Napoleon at tho bridge of Areola and
another a terribly flamboyant eruption
oi Vesuvius. Tho windows were low
and scantily draped with ehintr. cur
tains and on the little ledges which
were formed by tho thickness of the
walls stood flowering reuses and pink'
and oalla lilies. The room was pervaded
by savory odors and every time a maid
entered from tho adjoining kitchen
carrying somo steaming dish a sound
was heard of sizzling and boiling which
was oxtromoly appetizing. It was a
pretty sight to seo tho six girls all
glowing with hoalth and vigor stand
ing behind thoir chairs waiting for the
lather and mother to take their seats.
But between tho pastor and Imi favorite
daughtor a seat had been loft vacant
this tinio and tho girl Stina had been
transferred much to her disgust to the
other side of the tuble where Fritr whe
sat next to his mother was her neigh-
bor. Airs. Briuckman was a large hand-
somo matron with a plump sagocioui
face wearing an nir of maternal au-
thority. It was easy to seo that sho was
tho dominant spirit of tho household.
Tho look of bcreno dotermiuat.on iu hei
eyes contrasted strongly wi.h tho good
humored and half deprecatory glance ol
Thoy waited fully flvo minutes before
Air. Falck mado his apioaraiico aud s
cloud had begun to gather on the brou
of the hostess. Fritz expected that the
curato would surely bo scolded for lieing
lato and anticipated tho scono with sat-
isfaction for ho know that his mothei
had two infalliblo tests for tho judging
of character. Ono was punctuality at
meals and tho iithor was the condition
in which u man left his room in the
morning. A guest whor liko tho music-
al sheriff left his bed tumbled hif
clothes strewn about on tables and chain
and soaking wot towels littering the
floor sho would havo bolioved capable
of any iniquity.
In a rather formal and perfunctory
manner Air. Brinckiuan introduced his
daughters to tho now curate but made
Fritz tho subject of a littlo humorous
eulogy which however Air. Falok ac
cepted with gravity. Tho pastor said a
brief graco whereupon all seated them
selves and with an acuto sonso cf con-
straint began to cat tho soup containing
iu each plato two preserved plums. All
tho girls glaiiceu surreptitiously at Air.
Falck who blushed under tho conscious-
ness of their interest in his person. He
had lived a lonely and studious bacholoi
lifo and nover associated with young
Indies. In fuot ho had always been
rather afraid of them not becauso they
possossed no attraction for him but be-
causo ho feared thoir ridicule. Ho had
an idea that girls wore much given tc
giggling and mado fun of tho man who
tried to win thoir favor. Now ho was
fully aware how badly nature had
equipped him for tho role of a lady kill-
er and common prudonco would seem
to dictate a cautiously rosorved attitude
toward all approaches of tho wily box.
Ho had occasionally when his bacholoi
menago scorned particularly dronry
contemplated the possibility of marriage
but with charactoristio modesty ho had
fancied his futurt brido a maiden of as
scanty charm a.i himself to whom a
homo such its ho would bo ablo to pro-
vido would bo tho chief attraction. To
bo loved for his own sako scemetl so
wild a dream that a more casual glaua
into tho mirror sufficed to dispol it.
Air. Falck had hoard from acquaint-
ances of tho family that tho oldest Aliss
Briuckman was a beauty and ha had
lesolved particularly to bo on his guard
against hor woll knowing how high
sho hung abovo his roach.
Alagda and Stiua in tho moanwhilo
hail been taking observations aud the
formor had whispered to tho latter that
Air. Falok's oars looked liko the oars of
a pitchor whercutwii Stinu glow purple
in tho faco and began to shake with in-
ternal laughter. She made various un-
successful attempts to recover her com-
posure and finally stuffed a napkin in-
to Iwr mouth pretending that she had
swallowed something the wrong way
and hastily lott tho room. In order to
make this incident less noticeable the
pastor began to talk a trifle laboriously
about tho character of tho parish the
troublb ho had had with the sheriff
and finally related with some humor
how scandalized his parishioners lmd
bceu at his playing tho fiddle. Airs.
Briuckman cau.tiousy put in a word
hero and thora usually modifying or
correcting her husbaud's statements
when they seemed in danger of misrep-
resenting him or making an unfavorable
impression. But tho curate iu splto of
all attemps to draw him out remained
on his guard and answered in stiff
monosyllables. It was a groat relief
both to tho pastor and the girls when
the dinner was at an end. They had
received a very unfavorablo impression
of Mr. Falok nevertheless Airs. Brinck
man prophesied that beforo u monti)
was past thoy would all bo iu Joyo w'Ui
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Internally usually contain oithsr Mercury or
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We make a great showing in Neckwear Hosier Suspenders ktest styles in Collars
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nc en of all the parties In the ooinlng
eninpalgn In a way that has never
been equaled by any newspaper
linee who wi It to keep poslod should
Mibseribo t onco. Tho Republic dally
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t. Tho TwIoo-a-Wook Henublle
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Ifyouaio going to i..kn n summor
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at noon for Whlto Sulphur Springs
Old Point and ull mountain and sea
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For summer resort literature sk
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Tlieu notice the exfoliation mnt-
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We strongly guarantee our Dunderlne
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E. N. KNAUSS Manager
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
In Stock all the Time
Ifi-Ytmr-Old Whiskey and a full lino ofStnntlnnl Cigars.
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone No. 9
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
Notice for Publication
I.aud offlce at (luthrie n. T June lstsl.
NotUe In hereby alren that the follow-ine.-natned
wttler Imm tiled notice ol hla Inten-
tion to male lln.il proof in nupnort ol lilt
claim and tbat KaUl piool will be made lie-
tore Ketfliitei And Hok-ImtiU Uuthrle O T.
on JulviT. IHSB. vl?.-
Kkharil Kennedy to 'he neqr nee SB tp 18
n i 11 e.
lie name the follnwlnt; wltneMM? to prove
bin lontlnuoimrealdence upon and cultiva-
tion ol nald land vlx.
Worthy J Uavl. Alfred CYoiis John W
Kennedy. Alliert Hunt all of Partridge O T
3.VI A N J ("HOOK HeRlsler.
I'lrnt PubllNtieti in the Dally reader May
U S. Land office at (lutlirle (1 T May
l. IMW '
Comiilalnt i.ilne been entered at this
offiie by Hlcliaril; Ohlhain asalniit William
K. It Inkle i harnlne anil alleirliig.
"That he 1 well aniualiitcd with tbe
trait of land embraced lu Ihe homestead
enlrj of WCIIam K. Ilmkle. No iviTltt made
Nov IH. 1SKS at lb- I' H Land OBlce at l.uth-
tic O T for the; hw 1-4 Sec. .IS Tp 1ft
M. II 1. W. and known the prmrnt condi-
tion ol the name alno that the aald William
10 lllnkle inadi nald hoinentead entry for
the purposes of nj eiulallon and not for
Ihe put pone of retddciue and cultivation.
That nald entry wan fraudulent lu ttila that
nald entry wan made to nerure the payment
of a deot to the ntep-molncr and father of
entryman and that he baa never resided
uhiii or peraonally occupied the tame Niin-e
in :ik I ni nald entry but tbat nald entry ban
been held for sale by tne partlea who origi-
nally told the aame and procured tbln entry
to nci-ure the debt an aforenald That slid
entryman ban abandoned said entry and
lliat mid abindonment exUt to the Irreneut
On Mav mil IMM the full.iHlnj amend-
ment wan filed to nald complaint
"That In addition to the allegations Hied
Mav IS. IHUO be alleges that he la well ac-
quainted with the tract of land embraced
In the liomentead entry of William Ii. llln-
kle N 1W made Nov. IH IMW uimhi the
aw. 1-1 Sec S4. Tp. IS. N. II. I . and
known the (irenent condition ot the name;
Alno that the nald William K. lllnkle In
addition to the allegations heretofore filed
ha wholly abandoned nald tract and
changed hln rr-r Idciire therefrom for more
than kix months nhu e making; nald entry
and inxl prior Io the date herein that aald
trait In not nettled U)ni by nalil party an
required by law. that nald abandonim-iil ex-
Intn iiptoaml liu-luillng thla ilati- '
With a view to llii- aniellailon or said
entry nald liartli-n are hereby summoned to
.ippiar at the IT. H Land (me at (luthrie
o . on llie-JVth day ol June IMM at o'clock
A. M to renpoiutaiid furulsh testimony con-
lernlng nald allcgatlonn.
S4BS. TIIOS. II. OOKHKTT Receiver.
'Poachers' rogistors best fuund
printed bound in manilla and cloth
for sale at Iloylo's book store. The
law says these registers arc required
to bo used by teachers In nil public
schools Approved by Superintendent
llrst published In the Dally Leader
June 30 loM.
Nolico Tor Publication.
Land Olllce at Guthrie O. T.( June lu
Notice Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named settler has Died I'Qtloo of his
Intention to make lliutl proof In support nr
his claim mid that said proof will be
Hindu lie f nra the register and receiver
of the United States Inud office at
Guthrie Oklahoma Territory on Auir
I 1WM. vis:
Daniel G. Watson for the tie or sec '.'I'
twp 1ft n of r 3 w.
lie names tho following witnesses to
prove lilr continuous reslilouce upon and
cultivation of said laud vis:
'iiiiies A. IIciinoii and Jacob A Kinney
of Knllelil. O. T.; William II. Arnold ami
John Marker of Guthrie 0. T.
:w; A.N.J. Oiiook KegUter.
first published In the Oklahoma Leadet
June t ltX
Notice la hciehy given that at a M-aaton of
the lioard of commissioner of Louan coun
ty Oklahoma Territory held on the Iflthdav
of May. A. U 1IS a petition signed by Johii
J Malum and others of Uoso II 111 townnhlp
asking for a view nnd a survey for the pur
iniae of locating a certain county road de-
scribed as follows.
Commenclnc at the northeast turner of
section t& and the northwest quarter of nei -tlou
26 thence south on said section line
as near an prrtlcable to where said section
line Internet ts net tlim line runnliiK east and
uest lietween section 2ft and section M at
presented slid that I M Ilennelt M. M Sliel
on ami jonn Nil Hols were appolnteil view
Done by order of the lioard of commlnnlon
em of Iigan county. Oklahoma Territory
It. Kmmht Stbwaht
county Clerk and Clerk of Maid Hi mi .1
em and II. I. White county nurveyor will
meet at the olare of beginning of said road
on the 7th day of July A. 11 ISM at lOo'clink
a. in . of aald day and proceeild to vteiv and
nurvey nald road aud give all narttea a hear
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 27, 1896, newspaper, June 27, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73658/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.