The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 64, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 15, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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! . .f all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
CITV IN IJ1UKF.
rr.cinl F ' unit StnUen Tmrnplrln
1 hi 1 Ahont the Oltr
I aseki. today
I mil Jiui.1t i. at Shawnee.
s S S't went south last night.
Eugene Hall is herefrom Woodward
Championship of Oklahoma game to-
A. W. still well c7f Wichll- ia tn the
Henry I. A-p is campaigning in Kay
s T. Iianklin returned from the
th li tiighl.
I'i . L H Buxton ha .
i In led
I he Lather i hot i'u lall
mop vm I lie hottei.
lodge A t. llieror a. ! n
f iii IVi r m stcidny.
Miss II. itha Ketch iim went to Wich-
ta Kaa. last evening to visit her old
I. me an.t M'-tor.
T W. MeN'eal returned from the
nrth latt night and wa- met at the
Irpni by a large delegation
H II Merten lef; yeatqrday with
ti.ree cai oads of melons for Dallas
fiTt Wot:1! nr-d irberman To.
harles Kilhan was released from
he federal iall yesterday having
ti rved si months for horM stealing
Che game of ball todny promises to
iio tue be'-t of the reason and the poo-
lf of Guthiif should turn out en
mie to --ee i'
Mr Wmdoiler desires tho Leader to
pri-h her thanlis for tho kind manner
u which .ut).rir eitlpna have assisted
lifr at thi- l iino
Miss Winifred Warner left yesterday
ivmiug lot J)es Moines Iowa where
she lias a position in tho city schools
for the enduing year.
Frank Pelns court stenographer for
Judge Dale left this morning for n
two weeks' iit In PratU Kas whore
Mrs Pclav now visiting-.
" harles Murray and Prank Cant
Iowa Indians in the federal jilt for
isposi g of hiuor paid thetr fines
nrt were released yosterday.
W M. Salmon who has been travel-
iog for the Thallman Printing Ink Co.
ot Kansas t ity rame in yesterday and
v.. II start 'i i the running factory on
M lad ay
i) II Huntir the advance ugeut of
the Rlngliog 'ii.m circus is in tho city
billing hi- ti - in appear the Sill) of
September Rmgling Ilros la tho host
i i reus in the I rule I states.
Judge J I) )roa and others will
" liirMn tl i m "nbers of the Indep u-
dentMilviri lull at their regular meet
n;? on net Moniav evening All
members 1-1 1 1 iiiested to lie p-erent.
InMht up ui U'Mifi's Sarsaparilla when
ou need a n i ill. me ti purify your
Uooil si retifr' hen vour nerves and
t'uri' you an nppetne There can be
no susstilut" for Hood's
Hood's Tills are the beat after dinner
p. II. assist digestion prevent eonstlpa-
31 Oil E WATBK.
1 Its t'lly I onnoll lliijm t lie l'niil Plant nml
Will I'ut It In Shape.
i lie city lonncll met In special sos-
win yeateriUy afternoon and after
c -veral njeiubem had uirftd thoir griev-
ances against the Leader they got
down to bu-aneie After some dls-
' nsMun the old l'ord waterworks plant
was purchased fur 70 nud Council-
.uau 0:ger wai ordered to go to Ureat
l.ml Kansas ind inspect a boiler
ni eiied to i.in the plant In running
In the iiuantituo Watur Comtnls-
i .ner lianuv was instructed to got a
iiircshinf eng ne to run a pump loaned
t!i city I the l'ubit Ice company and
l.ntiip a Mippiy for immediate use by
l. vitiims i ml to affird protection In
rase of fire
ihe I .r.l plant will lie fitted up
iud concecteil with the regular olty
ma.n at muv arid the tvator supply
rt.'l herrufti r be adequate In quantity
I i.ot 10 im.it
Ni ill ItiuirlllK
V'i A Mi mi 'ion one of the delegates
Iioiii thi township to the Republican
. lunly mention was in town Hat-
it. a mi (.'"'r' -i dismal lale of woo of
the Lull r uiket He predict dire
.aUiuiiT loi die Republicans in Nov-
ember and think it will serve the
(iuthrio L ig right if every tarnal man
isdefee.ua on i lection day. It will
pay the Rer ublieans to "Ix" Moultou
before he mini s u town agilo. Mar-
f lahot honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
jrevjrpe I earn of Tartar Powder. Free
jni Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 Years the Standard
OKLAHOMA LEADER FROM
ufi'ijjjiujiwWL .wjiim ueuw-'JiSjapmw-
OKLAHOMA CITY WINS HRR
PIR8T GAME HBHE
GOOD STRAIGHT GAME OF BALL
lint (luthtlo tTnuii't In It l-nllcw Hay nntl
Ther Wero All tint The I'ull Onlflnl
Seere A llcttcr OameTeilflr-
MotMi uuil lucitilsMta.
YtJblerday aa ladica day at the bail
grounds nud bless their dear hearts
tbev were all out nod auii'rd their et.v
sweetest but iu spile tf their mepir
llig presruec aud their sweetest smiles
the iiiilhrle nine were easy victims to
their rustling opponents from OUIa
homu City. The game was a fair one
throughout but there were no real fine
playB and no oxcltlng incidents to get
up much enthusiasm. Guthrie started
in all right and It looked for a little
while as though the red and bla-U
would again wave victorious but the
hope was short lived and the ilu horns
were aoon laid away and the Guthrie
rooters wont to sleep while the Okla-
homa City backers had everything
their own way most of the time.
The score of the game was as fol-
R Bit PO a n
I I fl o 0
0 10 10
. t S 0 4 1
0 I I S 3
1 I 3 8 I
e o e o e
.0 t 0 0
.0 0 S 0 I
1 10 ff
Illll MO A
i . ;
1 1 1
Wolever. c ..
II II 0
SCOItK 11Y INNINGS
(Iuthrio ... . (I 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4
Oklahoma Olty.. ..0118001 4-15
Hate on halls Off llevis 1 off Isaacs 0
lMssod balls Montgomery l.
Tho ba"so hits Ilartor. Welden Isaacs
Three base hits Isaacs.
Struck out Hy IievlH 5 by Isaacs S.
Time Two hours.
Umpire Prank Overbay.
Today the Outhrlo club will be in
better trim and aro bound to win
Come out and help them along.
It whs u straight game even the
balls fallid to curve.
Guthrie madu one double play
first half of third Inning.
Harry I'enlocost never opened his
mouth for threo Btralght innings.
Ed Kelly and his bloomers wero oon
splcuously absent. No wontlor Guthrie
Jarvis for Outhrlo and Kid Dixon for
Oklahoma City will be tn tho box In
Nobody should miss today's game us
every arrangement has been made to
make it a corker.
Oklahoma City's short stop madeono
rotten mult letting iu two runs the
first ones Outhrlo made.
Guthrie's Indian short stop got bb
wild as his ancestors and allowed three
runs to bo made on him.
Oklahoma City made two doublo
plays one in last half of second in-
ning the other fit last half of fourth
J. II. Snyder who has been playing
with Outhrlo was called to his home at
Augusta Kansas yesterday and will
be missed amou;r the reds.
Illll You llvnr
Try Electric Plttera as a remedy for
your troubles? If not get a bottle
now and got reller. This meulelne
has been found to be peoullarly adapt-
ed to the rollef and euro of all female
oo m plain Is exerting a wonderful di-
rect inlluenco In giving strength and
tono to the organs. If you have loss
of appetite consumption and headache
fainting spoils or If you are nervous
slooploss oxcltablo melancholy or
troubled with dixay spells Islectrlo
Hitters is the medicine vou need.
Health and atrougth are guaranteed
by IU use. Largo bottles only fifty
ounU nt Soatonlan Drug store.
11- O U Oomlni:
Tralllo Manager Hart of the II. i. 8
came down last Saturday and spent
awhile in social eonversatiou with
Manchester people. He informed the
wrltor that a foree of about forty men
commenced work that morning grad-
ing for quo and a half miles ot ! to
straighten the traek out of HuUnin-
son utter which the men will come
right on to Manchester to begin work
bet wean hero and Waklta. The grad-
ers will very likely be here and at
work before tliwe lines reach the eye
of the reador. Manchester Journal.
free Sitter Sermon.
On Sunday afternoon at I o'clock
there will bo dollvorod a baccalaureate
sermon by the Rev. Mr. Huckanan at
the headquarters of the Independent
Silver club West Harrison nve. All
are Invited. R. & Rkavks
IS Pros Ind"reuden Silver Club
If the care of the hair ware made a
part of a lady's education wo should
not tee so many gray heads and the
use of Hall's Hair Renewcr would bo
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TF.MtlTORI A 1. SKETCH US.
I'rrilrii-rit I'.iIuIbm (JlrnnFil t'fBin Orrr
Callahan mi eting a) OUIahofiia Pity
Green Mc'Jiirtin elected governor of
Cotton badly damaged in l'ottawut-
Korman has a Curfew ordinance and
wants cleetrij lights.
?. A S.ott brother of A C Scott
nominated for the council by Repub-
licans of Lincoln eotinty
Creek council in extra session passed
a bill for taking speeial censtia aud ap-
pointed a committee of lire to eon fer
with the Dawes rommleelon
The fifth vear of the University of
Oklahoma begins Menleinbdr 10 This
promises to be the greatest year In
point of attendance in the history ol
frof. J R Paaton ot Columbia col-
lege elected to the chair of professor
of Greek and Latin in the University
of Oklahoma reeeutly occupied hy
Prof. James N. Anderaou.
rilB CITY WINS
A ViMp HimIiimm tot Awurdfil lh Utty
Washi.no ip5 D C Aug. II A long
contest Is practically ended by tho
action of Acting Hecrelar of the In-
terior Reynolds toiiav In awarding to
thr- city of Guthrie Ok I mills in block
. of that city as agaiiihl Thomas
Ilauee and Andrew 11. I'VInU and Will-
iam Lowe last claimants Numerous
parties have figured in the case and
much conflicting evidence has been
The above dispatch from Washing-
ton conveyed good news for the city of
Guthrie. The lot in question Is the
ore on Second atreet occupied by the
Prink restaurant aud haa been won
for the city after a long and hard
fight City Attorney Flainer who con-
ducted the case tn behalf of t be city Is to
be congratulated upon another victory
won When ho goes after anything
for the city he generally gels It.
Nervous debility Is a common com-
plaint especially among women. The
beat medical treatment for this disor-
der ta a persistent course of Ayer's
Saraaparllla to cleanse and invigorate
the blood. This being accomplished
uature will do the rest
The first Regiment bund gave an-
other one of their delightful uoiicurtu
on tho government acre last night ren-
dering tho following choice selections:
t. Marjh Uravura.
Waltz Farewell U Munich.
Medley-A Rase UlL
Clarionet Solo I I Ait Van.
Selection Little Christopher.
Medloy Ten Minutes With
7. Descriptive Down
8. Mareh Get There Mil
If a woman is In good health there
ia no more ho.iUhful omployment than
housework. Generally spcaUIng- there
la no happier woman in the world.
Hut how different when ovory bicath
is pain every step torture! This state
of health iu nine cases of ten comes
from derangement of the del Kite
feminine organs of generation. The
family doctor inquires first concerning
these. He most usually Insists upon
an ''examination." Prom this tho
modest woman naturally shrinks. She
is right. IUxcept in very unusual cases
of "female weakness" examinations
are unneceesary. Dr. I'lorce's Favorite
Prescription is a simple natural rem-
edy for these ills. It euros safely
Send 31 one-cent stamps to cover
coet ot mailing only anil rccoive free
a cony of Dr. Tierce's Medical Adviser.
Address. World's Dispensary Medical
Association niiiraio is' v.
Lobiiii Oouitty lleinoaratln Central Com
W K II Searcey. Outline First Ward.
Junius Oldha t Uatbrie Second Ward
W It Ilerod. (.uihrle TnirU Ward
J L Calvert Outline Fourth Ward
J C Jamison. Guthrie l'lfth Ward
II 11 ltaean. Outbrle Outhrle ui.
Win Itlcker. West Sprint Greek twn
I R McMurray. Outbrlo. Sprlngdale twit
Kd. Alsou. Outhrle Anielopc twn.
Charles White Waterloo Seward twti
J II Farr Outbrle Lan-rle twp.
John Blunnons Outbrle Iron Mound two
1) MrConnebv Mulhall Mulhall twn.
II W natbuone Waterloo Springer twp
J M Johnson. Langatoa Clui.irrtin twit.
J C Hrown CreHrent City Crescent IWp.
Jobn Mwker Orlando. Orlando twp.
F H Hall. Outbrle. ltear Creek tu-u.
H W Hlrkum Orlando lllsmark twp
K L Uanc.x k Cedar Cedar twu
K H Oujtent .Standard Marshal tni
8 T Bufter. Orescent City Oak View tw p
John Pavor. Mtaodard Rose Hill twp
Wm Draper Outbrle
J L Burnett. Cres-ent City. Woodland iwp.
I'ur tlm l'.ilr.
Company It will shortly gu in o ac
tive training with sixteen men for tho
purpose of euterlng the drill ooutest
gotten up by the Outhrlo Pair tisr.cla
tion A handsome purse is to be 'iung
up and as a reaul . there will be sharp
cotnpetitUn but we expect lose- tho
Alva boy-i carry off the dough. Alva
iro.illi the statement of lead-
er lni ilruifirlnlfl ivt.rvuhMri Khnw
that the people liae an abiding confUlenca
in Hood's hariuparilla. (Ireat
fjMupQ in.ved by the oiuiitsry state
M I w menu of Uiousands of wen and
women show that Hood's iiaraapurlua ac-
tually dues possess
PrAPf over disease by iwrlfytag. so-
wwot riciang m4 iNvhjBratlng the
blood upon which not only lteaUh but life
Itself depends. The great
Jir-f-2co if R"od's Sarsanarilla in
)ou la bi Urt iwg that a fulUifuI use ot IIxd'i
Karsaiarlila will eure jou If Jou Sutf.r froai
ji) treulili i i im I lij iiiipuri- blood
Is the One True UUhxI Purifier. AildrHRglsts. 1.
Prepared only bye I. Hood & Co. Lowell Mass.
nOOU'S PillS to oim-ute. 9 cents.
AUGUST 1st TO JANUARY 1st. FOB 86 GENTS
tiMf JuaM.au..' WHij' u
fM'HW'?-H ll'l t"t-tT M-MiM"!"-? frt-tr
IGNATZ MAYER M. D. I
DlSEASES AND SURGERY
SPECTACLES MID HE BUSSES
TO SUIT ALL DEFECTS OF SIGHT.
0PP1CI8 1S4 Oklahoma
A rioarlnhlnc Corps
The ladles of Wm Watts Relief
Corps of Soward Ok served ice cream
aud cake In the O A R. hull Saturday
evening Aug. 8 A largo crowd was
In attendance and the sum of SI 3 was
realized. Tho corps was organized
June 17 and has an enrollment of
thirty-two charter members. Tho Wm.
Watts Relief Corps of Seward promises
to be one of the best in the territory
Wanted. Immediately. A traction
engine for a fow days for pumping
water. Apply at city clerk b oliloo. t3
The Cimarron water bathing pool on
Mr. May's farm at the mouth of tho
Cottonwood is being well patronized
this weather. This is tho genuine
Cimarron river water and Is unex-
celled for bathing purposes. Rooms
for dressing at tho pool. Give It a
Tlie whole system Lls drained and
underdralned by indolent ulcers and
open bores. DoWltt's Witch Hazel
Salvo speedily heals thorn It Is the
best pile cure known. V. 11. Llllie. A
Druggist Spring is hero and sum-
mer Is coming. Give your advertising
matter to Smith the bill distributor.
Leavo orders at tho Rush or address
box 260 Guthrie. lOtf
Wanted Good girl for house work
Apply at Leader office tf
Many a day's work is lost by sLk
headache caused by indigestion and
stomach troubles. DeWltt's Little
Early Risers aro tho most effectual
pill for overcoming vich difficulties
P. B. Lllllo & Co.
Wanted salesmen to canva&s the
city for the Standard Sewing Machine
and tho American Typewriter. Good
commission. Apply tho Standard Sew-
ing Machine Co. 100 Oklahoma ave
If you are in need of hot weather
negligee shirts call and get my prices
on them. A big assortment on hand
and want to bo closed out at the Now
Yorlc Clothing House II. L. Cohen
It doesn't matter much whether sick
headache biliousness indigestion and
constipation are caused by neglect or
unavoidable circumstances; DeWltt's
Little Earlv Risers will speedily euro
them all. P. B. Lilllo A Co.
My homo property on 402 North
Socond street and one lot on North
Pirst street mint bo sold right away
as I have business that calls mo away.
Mrs. Llnnlo Booth.
Wanted 100 operators to make
ororalls jumpers outing shirts la-
dles' shirt waists wiappora and la-
dles' clothing in general. Apply to
tho Standard Sowing Machine Co. 100
Oklahoma ave. Guthrie. 19lf
Por Salo Ry Chos Osgor the small
two seated phaeton wiiloh took the
ilrst premium at tho Stato fair; aUo
tho horse and harness to ma toll. This
is a rare chance to buy a handsome
Carriages and spring wagons put up
to order. Painting and repairing done
in ilrst class style. Shop recently en-
larged and fitted up with Into Improve-
ments. Chos. Osger 210 Division lm
Tho U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Theories of cures may be dlscussod
at length hy physicians but tho suf-
ferers want quick telle!; aud One Min-
ute Cough Cure will give It to them. A
safe euro for children. It Is "the only
harmless remedy that produces Imme-
diate results." F. II Llllie .t Co.
Mrs Newton has removed to 514
South First street. Table board 83
How to ICcrp Cool
l'x jou can't go to Colorado or tho
seash re drink Cheadle's Famous Pop
at 1 ifflo.
t )r sale Milliard table. Soe Oscar
"Hoys will be boys" but you can't
afforv. to lose any of them. Ho ready
for tho g "n appl season by having
DcWltts Collo and - lera Oure le t..e
housa. F. ii. Lllllo & Co.
For sale Billiard
table. Bee Osp&r
NOSE AND THROAT I
Ave norif Mr$t atreel
Uive Store. -
0 A. Jl. In 18 jl
to P. 31.
Try one of thosfi good
meals at the
work at Mrs. M
For general hnuse-
Golden cornpr Vino
The firfct and leading dentist in
Outhrle Always keeps in the front
with new methods. Thoroughly edu-
cated and with i-eventeen .years ex-
ficrlencu Honest and conscientious
n all dealings Work the very best
yet prices the lowost. Get the lowest
prices you can in town or territory
then come to me and I will do your
work cheaper. Don't make a mistake
In the place Dr I'poples The Dentist
Southwest corner Oklahoma and First
As to tho merits of dlllereiit tailors l
ways results In the decision that for
corr etnes In stylo und Pit and Excel-
lence of Workmanship
We Are Always
In the Lead.
OurNew Fall Goods
They are very beautiful aed we uio
always ready tn show them.
Tho largest Stock of Tailor Woolens
In tho city.
Willis The Tailor
111 ft OIU.WIOMA Af
First published In Oklahoma Leader
Nolico for lMihltcalioii.
Laud office at Outhrle Okla June 81
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
ing naired settler lias tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof In support
of Ids claim and that said proof w ill be
made befor- the register aui receiver at
ljuthrie. Okla ou Aug i'i. 1SWJ vis
David Jenkins for the n e or of see 27.
tp 1Q n r 1 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon aud
cultivation of said land vis:
Marlon F Dunlap Thomas Ftirgusou
Allen ltohison. David A Anderson all of
A. N. J. Chook Register.
LADIES REMINGTON MODELr2l PRICE SlOO
Olsmith Arms Co
on the wasli board
washed week after
son.T that was ineffectual to dissolve
the dirt. There's
chean soao that's
the clothes as well as
want the soap that's
or loo strong get
It drives the dirt out without iujtiry to the
clothes. It washes equally well the coarsest
dirtiest woolens aud the fmest most delicate lm-
cus and laces. Preserve your clothe and your
strength by using Clairctlc Soap.
Hold everywbere. acme
THR N. It. I'AIKIIAJSK. COJHMRV
ty m rtww
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. .... ' 'i :u
R SB a
Manufaetuior and appllor of Cole's Aspnaltum Iron Clao Roof 1'aio 1
boat for metal and shingle roofs. Mahes shingles like slat.? Also pn' a
phattum gravel sand tar and pitch roofs and lave the genuine nniaiium
wnlks and pavoments and artificial stooe. Old roofs repaired and mili'a
good as now. Stacks and stand pipos painted ano repaired All work i-n ira'
toed. Best of roforencce.
T. W. MrN'KAL Piiksidk.nt
Board of Directors In
Jumes stratum Horaco Spoed
First nuhllKhtd in the Oklahoma Leader
Notice for Publication.
I.tndomce at Outhrle O T. June 3 ISM.
Nutii e Is hereby clven that the followlng-
luinrd settler has filed notice of his Inten-
tion to make final proof In support of his
i laiin. and that said pi oof will be made he-
rn e KeKister and Itecelver at Uuthrle O. T.
onJulv. 27 1MW vis:
Wm ibj J Davis for then wqr see 38 tp 16 n r
-' i a-.t
He names the following witnesses to prove
liN untlMUous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of Raid land ls.
Ilk hard Kennedy Alfred Cross. John W
Kennedy Albert Hunt all of Partridge O.T.
7S A N J CKOOK. lleglster.
STENCILS SEALS CLOTH MARKERS
MAM4 ON .SHOUT NOTICK
And at Iteasonahle Prices. All Work Guar-
anteed. Write for price of what you want.
liW Mercer St.
- Kansas city. Mo.
Send 10 cunts und receive a sample
FOR SAl.G BY
Tho sole agent Wm. KiUhauptJ
proprietor Vienna Rakery and Ice
Cream Parlor IU Harrison Ave
Choleeet onndlo.s an tho market put
ud iu fanuy Itou lion boxes Specialty
of oataring to social parties.
because it was
week with cheap
another kind of
too stronir cats
the dirt If vou
neither too weak
case miwo nsiy uy
W Oklahoma Ave Seatouiau Drug ' a.
A J SF. Y Vici I'i tin NT
addition to Bank Officers:
Robert Martin .1
W. J. HOR?FALL
It. t oiii' hum
fl Himoi ii i am.
1 looked and beheld tin- world
at an open book; and Liliold
there were many bald '"ads
I saw-in the m'uKt
other antfel with
and tfreat jlory. ai
id the naint
anuel w as mim-.lt r
ing the bald head- lo com. and
see. "I lwue sa od "many jnd
can save more." and lo and b
hold many of them did come
and did soak their head - and
did see the hair yrow like mat;ic.
and did confess and were satd
iu the sight of the multitude
And I heard another little anicl
cry. "Bald heat- must fco.' '
One bottle convinces the
KNOWLTOM DANDtRINF CO
i niut .
Are Indeed new mod u ami not 'DA patte-i
masquerading under the tun. of "Ufi iul
Public approval has uiny ileuniniia.
that the exclusive and pi iiuul Renriii i
Improvement are ful' np.rrv ated by gown
riders verywhere i.uil I e mi verbal reput
Ion for exeelleiu-e ne.-cr.li I!en in n M ( r
duets during tt. (ii-u . mi- Is uf ph-
hnHtcieot gea-antee in-i n I. vir - Kenj
Ington you can iuu e to n i-i u.e
nandtoa ly i'lu-tts'i l ulu'goe ower'
ing Rew models wil he bent fr Ui sn I
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