The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 27, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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THfl LEADER GUTHRIE QfctiASOMA.
The hardest work
worl' .hai re -r
No woir? r ..i
anything Hu the
the senp that docs
and the best work ;
quickest and easiest.
saves time saves clothes saves
money and the strength of the women
who use it Clairettc Soap makes
the women happier and the home
fl ll brighter tt affords double the sat-
LV-JJn icfnrrinn tlmf rnmmnn smns mve.
yet costs no more.
THEN. K. FIRDANK
CITY IN HltltiF.
l'rnnnnl l'olnt nml Mutter Trnin)dilnit
In nml About the Oil'.
"A Harvest of Tares."
Head "A llarvoat of Tares '
Joo Carter is hero t'rom Wiolilta
Charles Hill of Pawnee 1$ In thoolty.
John Smith of Hennessey Is in the
Mrs. Candco Is a guest of Mrs. F. H.
Read tho thrilling story "A Harvest
Governor Henfrow has returned
James Meyer of Orlando was in tlio
Rev. D. V. Ross has returned from a
trip to Kansas.
Rev. Ross of Oklahoma City
Miss llcsslo Hatcher of l'orry in vis-
iting Miss Addle Carter.
Miss Kittle llrown of Edmond is vis-
iting Miss Rita Overbuy.
Jim Coons has returned from a vUlt
to his old homo in Illinois
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. llavighorjt outno
down from l'orry yesterday.
James liryan of Anheu-ti'i'-lliisch
was in Oklahoma City yesterday.
Mlsu Minnie Warren is visiting
Misses Winnie ami Nettie Si herd.
T. J. Uonslcy editor of
Democrat returned honi"
iii- Hi Reno
Chas. Merrill and Miss A nee Vater
were married at Perry Thursday night
K. 0. Jones soli
City Journal was
:ltor for the Kaunas
in the eity y ester-
S Miss Lena Mater formerly of this
cTtjv.wa8 married nt Purry Wciluca-
day. W. A. McAtoo bon of Jutlgo McAtoe
rodo to this city frou Hnlil on his
Misses Ruth and Louise daughters
of Jtlshop llrooke arrived homo yes-
turday from TopcLa.
"A llarvcstjof Taros" a continued
story of unusual powor was begun in
yesterday's Lcador. Read it.
Prof. O. K. Morrow president of the
Agricultural and Meolianleal college
at Stillwater was lu tho city yester-
day. Contractor Morman was awanled
the contract for repairing the wrecked
buildings and fence at the State Pair
John Cottcral's cyelone cave on Cleve-
land avenue built last week oavod In
yesterday. Tho wreak represents nn
investment of SCO to John.
Editor Welch of tho Prry Hntor-prl6c-Tliuos
was In the eity yesterday.
Welch has repudiated the money mioe-
tlou entiroly and la advooatlur free
Mrs. w i. Hanson living near
Ingalls was fatally gored by a oaw
which had becomo Infuriated by the
tiles while being milked by tho Injured
and Mrs. Iluekner Mrs. W. A
Stella WUby und Mrs
Frank Do Lay relumed yesterday
from tho Chautauqua assembly nt
Mrs. Wm McOlure past grand mat'
ron and Mrs. James Ueary present
grand treasurer oi the ica.iern utar
have been tho guests of the Dally
hotel for several days.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
wm Ammonia mum or any unit .mum......
40 Vtars the Standard.
trnf women do s
usi of soap.
the most work
ind that riots
jia(ie only by
COMPANY St. Louis.
Hot. ltoss lias returned from his visit
to ICaiibus and will preach at Ramos'
chapul Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Subject: "The Wall of Christian
An Okarche woman recently gave
birth to a pair of handsome babies a
boy and a girl and the proud fathor at
once christened them Marie and llantia.
This Is enterprise.
Deputy Junius Oldham has returned
from the Iowa country with Joe
Dupcc Tom Lincoln andChas Kahcga
three Indian whisky sellers. They
were lodged In tho federal jail.
Alvln ArtUland and George Olrard
charged with timber cutting were
brought In from Woodward yesterday
by Deputy 'Gone Hall and committed
to the federal jail In default of ball
Thero will bo regular preaching ser-
vices at the First M. 13. church next
Sunday morning but no preaching In
the evening. We will attend services
at the Uaptlst church. J. 1). M. Ruck-
Miss Maude Schemorhorn formerly
of this city and well known to all
early day resldonts was married Wed-
nesday night at Arkansas City to
Albert S. llrown ticket agent at the
Santa Ke dopot in that city.
Lodru Uuthrie lett last night for
Pargo S D. whero ho Intends to re-
side permanently Ledru has been a
resident of this city bince tho memor-
able Slid and will doubtless be back In
tho courso of a year or so. In the
moantlmc wo wish him success. Ok-
lahoman. Mlheos Nellie Fanny and Ocrtle
S.-ott of Fort Sill I. T.; Mabol Chil-
dress nud Iiossle Moycrs of Kl Reno;
Alice Sloat of Ardmoro; Elinor Re-
vard of l'awhuska and Edna Eckart
of A'kantas City who attended the
St Joseph acodemy left for their re-
spective homes yestorday.
Near Ulackwell John M. Ulatt and
Juuas Clark two contestants got into
a dispute ovor claim matters and the
latter ran tho former off tho land
shooting at him soveral times. Clark
is in the hands of tho shcrlll charged
with shooting with intent to kill. His
preliminary will bo held at Ulackwell
Y:. F. Mitchell has established Demo-
cratic headquarters for Oklahoma at
the Chicago convention at the Windsor
hotel and tho fact that headquarters
can be found there Is hr raided to the
world by signs 3 ! by 30 feet on the
front of tho hotel. "Mitch" is said to
bo booming Oklahoma for all ho is
worth. El Rono Eagle.
Are you tired all tho time? Then
your blood needs to be enriched and
and purlQid by Hood's Sarsapariila
the One Truo Mood Purflor. It gives
vigor and vitality.
Hood's Pill's are cas to take easy
to oporato. Cure indigestion bilious-
New Women' Heller Cor.
A now woman's relief corps has boon
organized hero with tho following
o 111 o ore: Proeidont Mrs. Maria Scott;
senior vlee president Mrs. Hattie Cam-
eron; junior vice president Mrs. Clar-
inda Koilh; troasurer Mrs. Viola Cur-
tis; ohaplatn Mrs. Mary A. ShorliT;
conductor Miss ltlrdle Scott; assistant
conductor Miss Laura Van Dyno;
guard Miss Clara Van Dyno; assistant
guard Mrs. Hattie MeWothey. All
the oflleers were Installed yostorday at
t p. in.
Tho Hartraft corps auxiliary to the
U. A. It moots overy second and fourth
Wednesdays In oaoh mouth. It Is
hoped thoy will have good success as
they arc now organlwd with a large
lluoklnghaui's Dye for the Whiskers
is a popular preparation iu one bottle
and colors ovonlr a brown or blauk.
Any person can easily apply it at
Take the lUml.
Uho members of the Regimental
band are anxious to attend the Chicago
convention with the Oklahoma dele-
gation und efforts should bo made by
Quthrio citizens to grant them the
favor. The uost of buck a trip would
be nominal while the advertisement
to be gained would be linmonsc. Tho
Guthrie olul 6kc uld take hold of the
(!trd of Tliaubi.
Mr. ond Mr". W. V. Kolborn v Uh to
return tholr most heLrtfelt thanks to
their friends and neighbors for inauy
ac s of kindness shown t cm during
the recent illness of.thelr little daugh
ter Mysel. and for heir presence and
help in perfornilnr our laBt Bad duty
to our d rjing.
HOW A JVKOK FELL.
Wnlter Owrim I.fnrnnl How to MnUr
Ppurlo- Coin In a .lury llux.
Walter N. Owens who has been cot.-
Ilned in the Unite I States jail the past
sixty days awaiting trial was taken
to Oklahoma Cit" mterday whero he
plead gtillly to 'u. ihnrge Ho will
bo eetitonued next week ;nd given
passage to Leavenworth.
Tho eu.e of Jwens is a remarkable
one. Ito-Ious to his crrest lie had al
ways borne a good . eputution and was
well liked bv all his neighbors Two
years ago Owens u as on a jury trying
a man eharginl with counterfeiting. A
kit of counterfeiter's tools was intro
duced in evidence. Owens examine 1
the tools cure fully and asked oltim.f
of questions regarding the making of
cjuoor money. At the (.(inclusion I
tho trial Owens went homo mud.' a
kit of counterfeiter's woo s and pn
cccdcd to do a 11. tie free eoiuugc on
his own hoo:. Making spurious
money looked oasler to him than earn-
ing honest money. lie will now hnve
several years In a secluded spot to rid
his mind of an erroneous and danger
Otis idea gleaned in a jury box
MHkm n I eir Orilcrn. lint IIkihIk IIiiiiii No
Tho territorial supreme court mot
yesterday with all judges pi esent suvu
Associate Justice Seolt.
The session was very brief and no
Important business was trammeled.
The application for habeas corpus of
Hill Raldlor was denied
Tliu Hamu tu the cose of Muudows.
In tho ease of Maude C. Oravus fur
introducing liquor among Indians the
habeas corpus was allowed.
In the case of the Territory vs. doss-
ier contempt from Payne county waf
Win. Taylor vs Territory a ease in
The court adjourned until the 17th
II ii rib ill Ktilnrhirt.
Married Wednesday at 7 o'eloek p.
in. Juno 31 at the homo of tho bride's
parents Mr. and Mrs. F. A Rhine-
hart ono mllo east of town Mr. Mau-
ley 1'. Hurlbut and Miss Oracle It.
Rhlnehart. The ceremony look place
on the lawn and was performed by
Rev. W. A. Humphrey In the proaenco
of a large crowd of relatives and
friends of the contracting couplo
Mr. Hurlbut is the local managor of
tho Western Union Telegraph com
pany and ono of tho meat worthy joing
men in Guthrie. He is bright Intelli-
gent and Industrious and as telegraph
manager has mado friends with till
patrons of the uptown ollieo. Ho is
prominent in local church und Sunday
school work and Is esteemed by all
who know him. Tho bride Is a hand-
Borao and accomplished young lady and
possesses all tho womanly graces and
attributes which aro to bo found iu a
model wife. The happy couple will
go to housekeeping at once and start
on their voyage with the bost wishes
of their hosts of friends.
The guests prcsont at tho marriage
Missos Carson Shooiihair Roxroad
Hall Scrutchfleld Osborne Scotliorn
lirowcr Mabol and Jonnlo Rhiuohnrt
Stella and lleryl Roxroad Laura
Ilrewer Nora Miller; Mossors J. E.
and Chas llruwor Raker Painter
Carson Roxroad Donatio Maxcy Peo
ples Hurlbut Willlo und Otto Hum-
phrey Rhlnohart; Mr. and Mrs Rhine-
hart Mrs. Pollard W. A Humphrey.
Dentil of Mjmel Kollturii.
Guthiiik Olc Juno 20. Little Mysol
ouly son of Mr. and Mrs. Kolburn
died at their home corner Clovoland
and Seventh on Wednesday Juno 2S
aged 0 months and 13 days Funeral
services were conducted by the Rev.
Teaguo at the homo.
No moro will we know his little
hands to welcome; no more will the
llttlo arms entwine our necks and tho
little lips press ours. Rut perchaueu
when we are called tho pearly gatos
will swing open mid wo see our darl-
ing nt tho portals waiting to welcome
A prerlou one from us has none.
A voice we IotciI Is slUled
A place U vacant lu our borne
WVilcb never can b tilled.
Tlio l)Ucoery Sed 1IU Lite.
Mr. G Calllouttc druggist lloayars-
vlllo 111. says: "To Dr. King's New
lllscovory I owe my llfo. Was taken
with la grippe and trlod all tho phy-
sicians for miles about but of no avail
and was given up and told that 1 could
not live. Having Or. King's New
Discovery in my store I sent for a bot-
tle and Logan IU nso asd from the
first doso began to got better and af-
ter using threo bottles was up and out
again. It Is worth Its weight In gold.
We won't keep storo or house without
It." Get a free trial at Seatonian drug
Mill Lu.it I'hIiI.
The Jones mill loss which was ad-
justed .by M. W. VanValkonborg of
tho Liverpool und London and Globe
has been tottlud by tho following com-
panies through W. II. Kbsy fc On.:
Liverpool Loudon and Globs St.500;
Gorman Aniorloan S1.080; Pennsyl-
vania Plro. $1960; Weatehoster SI 00;
Insurance Company of North America
$1000; Philadelphia UtidarurUers
f 1000. Oklahoma!!.
Not many business houses in thace
United States can boast of fifty years'
standing. Tho buslnoss of Or. J. 0.
Ayer & Co. Lowoll Mass. whose In-
comparable Sarsapariila U known and
used every whore has passed Its half-
centennial i.ud was novor so ' ron js
as at present
It would bo hard to convince uvu
KulTerlug from bilious eolio that his
agony is due to a miorobe with an un-
pronouncablo name. Rut ouu doso of
DoWltt's Colle & Cholor Cure will
convince him of its power to alTord in-
stant relief. It kills paiu P. 11. Lllllo
.t Co . C II Ronfro. Okla. avenue.
rrove tho merit of Howl' rssparllla post-
tlVC perfect permanent Cure.
CurOB of scrofula In wurest twins like
goitre swelled neck running sees hip
disease sores In the eyes.
CUIOD of Salt ltheum with Its hitetr-e lUhlng
and burning scald lieail tetter etc.
Curos of lloili Pimples and all other erup-
tions duo to ImiHire blood.
Curos of Uysprpsla and other troubloj where
a good stomach tonic was needed.
Curos of Rheumatism where patients vrcrcutt-
abls to work or walk for weeks.
Ouros of Catarrh by expelling the Impurities
which cause and sustain the disease.
Curos of Nervousness hy properly toning and
feeding the nerves uio pure blood.
Ouros of That Tired Feeling by restoring
strength. Kend for book of cures by
To a I. Hood & Co. 1'ror.rlctors Lowell. Mass.
Ti 7i -.n are tho best after-dinner
liOOd S PlllS pills aid digestion. 2M.
ST. JOSKIMI'K ACADKMY.
lioiiiiiieiieeiiient ItirMlMt Wllnennei! Ily
idi .iireul.ilhe Aiiiltemin.
The fourth annual commencement
of St. Joseph's academy was hold
Thursday evening at the operu house
and was largely attended. Tho pro-
gram carried out was replete with
musical and literary gems and tho
gocd si-ters of St. Joseph lire ilewrv-
iiigotgro.il prnlw for their diligent
work iu the cnusn of education. St.
Joseph's academy Is one of thithrlaN
most Important institutions and should
reoelro moio patronage and oneour-
ngement from eltlzonB.
Opening March Pianist Ml Kate Norton
We Oorac Again Wltn song to ureei
Clioru. by lupllN l'lanHi. Mis Meyer
Manh. 'Norma' Piano Trio
Mlsen Eckhartl. Sloa and Itoeert
' Listen to the Woodbtrd's Song"
Chot us by Pupils. I'ianlal Miss Ilevarrt
Lucia ill t.amnier-moor" I'lanoUuel
MlHses Cora Sullivan and Mable Chlldrens
"Wealth and Wisdom." Drama in Mx
ceneB-Character: "Minerva" Ml
Annie Wolfe. "Ooddessof Wealth and
Pleasure." Mlfts Mamie Ilutlege; "Mr
llolmen." Mira Elenora Kevasd. "Hat-
tie andJetnmle HolmeN." Mitnes Allle
Sloat and Gertie Scott; "Mrs. Flrefljf"
MIhh Nellie Scott "Mrs. Poater" IAhs
Fannie Scott. "Doctor SleubentiofTen-
slelne." MIhr t.unslau Wolfe. "MIhk
UiMKtwIn" (a vNltor) Ml Kale (Con-
ner "l.llible and Sue" (school glrlM
MlbHseM Kikard and Norton. 'Mm
MopklnH ladies and children frlendx
ol Mm. Hretly." Jane" (help) Miss
Scene I. At Mrs. Holmes -Violin Solo
.mum iiaie (.(Minor
Scene II. -At Mrs Holmes "Uancredl"
Misses llessle Meyer and Kittle Norton
Scene til. At Mrs. Firefly's "Martha de
I'lotovr" l'lano Duel
Misses Kittle Norton Maminle ltutledge
Siene IV. At Mrs. Firerty's "Bemlra-
mtde" l'lano Duet
Misses Kale Connor and Menora ltevar.1
Siene V. At Mrs Mretly's - "Ain't 1
Sweet" a Comic Song
Miss K. Norton I'lanlsl Miss K. Connor
Scene VI. At Mrs. Foster's Tableau
"Itlimles on tne Lake" l'lano Solo .
Miss Kate Connor
"Lc Dames de Seville" l'lano Duet
.The Misses Scolt
"Ixin': Starry Hours" Serenade Solo
Miss Annie Wolfe; Chorus by I'uplls
"Wise and FooHsh Virgins" Song and
Farewell Song Hy the I'uplls
Lecture mid Muslcul Hiitertulnuieiit.
Students of political economy ami
lovors of music will reeulvo a treat by
attondlng the mooting of tho Patriots
at the district court room Saturday
night. Doorb opon at 8 o'clock p. in.
Curtain rolls up at 8:30.
Instrumental Music Mr. and Mrs. Young
imitation of Concert and Mocking lllrd
Soug-"TneSli!pol Love" Mr. Young
Address Halt hour talk "FTee Silver'
J. It. Keaton
Address "Man' What Is be ami his re-
lation to the social system Dr. Turner
Come early and sccuro a good scat.
The piogram will be called by Judge
Herod nt 8:30 o'clock.
To tho I'ubllo.
The new ediflao of the Plrst UaDtlst
church of this city will be opened for
dedication sorvieos tomorrow morning
anil evening. Owing to dolay in re-
ceiving some of tho finishing mutenal
nil tho workmon will not bo ablo to
csmploto tholr part chiefly tho paint-
ers but the building will be In quite
nico condition und n cordial invitation
is oxtended to tho Ministers' Unlun
their churches and citizens of Guthrie.
If unv ono has beon missed by the
committee pleaso accept this as u
special and porsonal Invitation Rev.
N. II. Ralrdeu of Omaha will preach
In the morning. In tho evening thore
will bo a praise servlco nnd three ad-
drosses by Rov. Dr. Clark of Kansas
City; Rev I Ii. Cao of Bdmoud; Nov
MeGllvary of thl oily representing
the Ministers' Union.
L. 11 Hoi.t Pastor.
The sahool tax levy of 19 mills was
approved. It consists of 0 mills for
the support of the schools M mill to
pay the New Vienna bank judgment
M mills for ropairs and 1 mill for in-
terest. The petition for sidewalk on both
sides of Vilus to Mansur was granted
and the walk ordered laid.
Au executive session was held to
confer with tho biard of trade com-
mittee on eortain mattors.
Indian liilrmlurs Sule.
The decision in tho Maud Soagraves
oae in supreme court whloh granlod
the petition of habons oorpus will In
the future do away with arrests for
intruding In ths lndi.ni country.
I.inouln Uounly I'otton.
Lineoln county will raise JS.OOO latse
of cotton this year all of whloh will
Ue marketed lu Guthrlo.
The piiu that sometimes strikes .a
nan at the most iuopportunu moment
Is due to indigestion. It may oomo In
the midst of a dinner and mako the
feast a mockery. It is a roiuindor that
ho may not out what he chooses nor
when lie ihooses. He is a slave to the
weakness of his staunch A mau'd
health and strength depend upon . hat
he gets out his food. This depends on
Ills digestion Removo tho obstruction
by taking Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pollets
The; a. . positive cure for conatipa-
tion'ainl its attendiut ills headaches
soi.r to. 'h tloti lonce dl.lnes8
biliousness and "heartburn." The
"Pellots" aro very gentle in their
aot.in. They simply assist nature.
..hoy give no "iolent wroneh to the
system They cause .o pain no wip-
ing. Soud SI ono-cent tamps o cover cost
of mailing only and receive free a
copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical Advisor
Address World's Dispensary Medical
Association HuflMo N Y
Don t fail to try the Gold Medal
llour made bv Wnshburn Crasbv Co.
of Miunonpolin The finest in the
United State Took iho medals at
tho World's Ii'nlr. the Centennial nml
tho SI LnitU Kxpohiilnn '1 lie Wel-
come Orocrrv Is solu ngeut 10 I f
Pass the good word along Hie line
''lies can be (julekly cured (vlthnut nil
operation bv simply applying DoWltt's
Witch II r.t Salve. V. if. Lllllo &. Co
C. It. Rcnfro 201 Oklahoma avonuo.
Wanted A while woman f.r gene
rnl work. Applv In J M. Waller Star
For liarifoitis in el thlnif and hos.
pi tn the Cheap John llargiln House
1 if. JUrrl-on uvenue. Sill
Wo nro (dosing out onr si ok of blcyj
pies ii mi will n i lively s II them nt
no' I for the next Ihlrtv days. J. S
Ivon ror. lliiS(iti and Ohlahoma
avi nue. 13 t.10
Tin- ebanee of your life t'mo Is to
secure one of those IK at lassos of tho
world Ltllle fc Co. give ono with 85
worth of purchases-
Oo to Miss Patterson for ehenpost
tr.mmed hats in tho city. !0t0
"Wuko up Jneob day Is breaking!"
so Mild DeWMtt's Llttlo IWly Rliers to
the man who had taken them to arouse
his sluggish liver. P. It. Lllllo A- Co.;
0. It. Run fro 201 Oklahoma avenue.
82 000 worth of cheap dress goods
and hosiery also a. line Hue of lickings
anil elurt'ngs iimi cheaper tnnn any
place In Guthrie at the Cheap John
Rargaln House 100 Harrison avenu.
Small in size but groat in results.
I)e Witt's Llttlo Kuly RUersuet gontly
but thnroiighly eurlng lndigeiion
dyspepsia anil constipal ion Small pill
si'ife pill best pill K 11 Llllie To ;
C. R Renfni 301 Oldnhoiuu avenue
Outsiders having advertising to do
Porry or Outhno pleaso write Smith
the bill distributor box SOP. Guthrie
When we consider that the intestines
are about live times at long as tho
body wo pan realize the intense suf-
fering experienced when tlmy become
Inflamed DeWili's Coin- fe Cholera
Cure subdues inflammation at mire and
completely removes the iliflieulty. P
11. Lllllo A. Co ; C. R Rrnfro. SOI Okln
Charlie Cameron tho earmgo pain-
ter has moved to tho old Kimball
building on Division between Okla-
homa and Cleveland All work guar-
Llllie & Co. are making room for a
beautiful lino of new papers. Their
clearance sale will last but a short
time longer. Hotter take advantage
of these slaughtered prleos Many
patterns at less than wholesale price.
Ouo-third off on all trimmed hals at
Miss Pall orson's. 2C10
Hll HiU.TuTnber City i'a . writes.
"1 hnve been suffering from piles for
twonly-llvo years and thought my easu
Incurable. DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salve
was reeommouded to mens a pile circ
so bought a box and it performed n
permanent cure." This is onlvonoof
thousands of similar eases. Hczma.
sores and skin diseases yield quickly
when It Is used V I! Llllie &. Co.; C.
R. Rcnfro 201 Okln avenue.
Tho U.S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Call and seo the bargains In dry
goods at tho Choap John R rirain
House 10C Harrison avenue. 2.M4
These are hard times and prices
count. II you have uever tried Llllie
.fc Co. for whut you ant in tho drug
or book line just give them one trial
and our word for It you will bo moro
Wo aro anxious to do a little good iu
tliis world and can think of no pleus-
antor or better way to do It than by
recommending Ono Minute Cough Cure
as a preventative of pneumonia con
sumption and other serious lung trou-
bles that follow neglected colds: V
R. Lllllo & Co ; C. R Rcnfro SOI Okla-
Try "Lillle'h" pills for human Ills
Of every name and feature;
Glvo them a tost you'l llko them best
Thoy aro a friend to nature.
You'll find them good to cleanse the
And act upon tho llvur;
In ague ollmc taken In time
Tlioy'll sure prevent the fever
Ono dose will prove that bile must
for this they've long been noted
When you have ills talco Ltlllo's Pills
They're small and sugar coated.
Sold only by
P. It. LII.I.1K .t Co
Drug Rook nnd News Depot
It you want u wheel for your boy or
girl that will Btand wear and use get
the Hartford 560 whciL V. II Lllllo &
Co. sole agonu
Don't fall to soe Miss Patterson's cut
on trimmed hats before purehuslng.
Persons who have a coughing spell
ovory night on aeeouut of a tick ling
sensation iu tho throat may overcome
It at onoe by a dose of One Minute
Cough Cure. V R Llllie .t Co ; C It.
Renro OklHlinma avenue
S'iectcle nml K)eKluscl.
Those who wish tholr oyos soiontifi-
aally oxanilned and have glasses prop-
orly fitted should not fall to consult
Dr. Ignats Mayer at his ollleo ovor
Iloehlve Oklahoma avo. 3 11 m I.
Wanted A good riding
L ader oilier. 7tf
ADIES IHMINOTOf. MCDBLf
Olsmith Arms Oo.
Justice of the Peace
and Notary Public.
My Ollleo In light mid well
the eonvonioncn of niton. c.y
ness In general.
Olllce In Iutnrnatiotial b'mn mid I'rual
Block jiml one lialf North of (intlirie Nalion.il Bank.
West Side of Street.
PHONE NO. 11.
J. W. MrNP.AL Phfhitiknt.
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Capital - $5oooo
lluuitl or Ulrortors in addition to Hank OtHcrr:
Jaiiies Stratton Horace Mh-'(I Hotieil Mart In . It. ( oiiiuKhaui
W. J. HORSPALL Cnshlor.
B. HILLlNG.St.KY i'resid.tH.
W. K. 1IOIM1ES
CAPITOL NATIONAL BAM.
Capital fully paid
HOARD OK DlhUCTOKS:
A. G. Rrower Capitalist Utleu N. Y. Geo K
W K Hodges Guthrie. Jno V
I'hiis K Illlllngslej llnthrlo
CORUK-iIMMjLNI K NOLIUTED
EAST HARBISna AVENUE
are 1ii lit tn stand
tti.it lir.itns :ind innnev
(3 tielghts) $!S llille iA
MAIM? II V
INDIANA BICYCLE CO.
1M1I VN.vrol.IH IM)
Manufactuier and appller of Cole's Ahpnaltum Irvjn Clad Roof l'i.if. Plfie
best for metal and shingle roofb. Makes sliinglus lihe xlalu. Alfiu jt;Vini u '
phattum gravel sand tar and pitch roofs ami lay the genuliiij viiuiih i
walks and pavements and artificial stone Old roofs repaired nt intm a
good as uuw. Staidif and stttnil pipes paiulud aim repaired All work gimi'b'M
teed. Rent of reference.
Outhrle Okla June SU lS'JO
The barbecue to have bum given by
the A. M. IS church ou the STlhof this
month is postponed until July 1 by
order of trustees of said ohureli.
Qko Ciiami' Chairman.
The (list nnd leading denliHt iu
Outhrle Alwuys keeps in Iho front
with uew methods. Thoroughly edu-
cated and with seventeen years ex-
perience. Ilonet-t and conscientious
in all dealings Work the very best
yot prices the lowest (let the lowest
prices you can iu town or territory
then come to me and will do your
work cheaper. Don't make a mistake
lu the place Dr Peoples The Dentist
Southwest comer Oklahoma nd Plrst
ventilated itml H'tcil
- . and the li.n lnfc i
liulbllug e hit Sk ond aid llaTisoi
GUTHRIE. O. T.
A. J SHAY Vii'i I'nv iih nt.
As'lsi Ca hiii
StoiiH . Giilhrie
COLLI-XTION"". A MKi IALTY.
"g Are Built Ti tne.
SGYCsLES.'pest and best.
Equipped Fact rjr
UghEofjliah&dBIn the World
for yearn Wi Iium i r. putatioii eKtabllhlied
an nut afforil t" univ anj tliliiK Jul tho 1
'i'luMVariUttjrrrfiv IT sc.irv
ami riTHirfrr m.iini f-m
all and see Idem.
208 W OklK. Av eatoniur Xli-
Mrs. Newton bus Vtmiored i 511
ouum i ii. b oiruos -iiviiie board
Wull paper and
with goods from
.heapor than dirt.
Notice Is hereby given that on Mon-
day the 13th day of July lSHd or as
soon thereafter us said mutter can bo
brought to tho attention of the gov-
ornor application will be muUo lo the
honorable YV. C. Henfrow governor
of Oklahoma for the pardon of Henry
Nichols who was oonvivied m the
March term lblH of the dUtrict court
of Logan county of tliu orlineof uriind
laiceny und was sentenced to impris-
onment for the term of two year- All
porhoni are hereby uoiilli-d ihui they
oan appear nt the governor's ulllue lu
tho eity of Uuthrie O T . on the 13th
day of Julv. isfltl at in o'eloek in the
fori noon und r-hit said application
If they so desire
JNKS it DlvVKIIKUX
Attorneyf for Henry Nichols.
Arc indeed new models and not 'US patteiiu-
masqueradlng under tho guise of '00 wheels.
Public approval has clearly demonstrate!
that the oxclutive and practical Komlsgton
improvements are fully appreciate fcy good
riders everywhere and the uultejbal reputa-
tion for excellence acuordod Remington pro
uueU during the pist W years Is of Itbelf n
mCIelont gua'anteu. that In buying a Rem-
ington ynu can mine no mistake.
Itaudooinely Illustrated catalr.pue dcbert'
'ij. new models will be sent free to aijy al-dres
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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/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.