The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 98, Ed. 1, Friday, September 25, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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Entered in thr pott office at Gattuf 01.
an second class mall matter
Uy the Leader 1'rlnllrK mil'"f
LESLin O XHII.ACK.
Official (Ircan rtf Oklahoma Iemnrncr
The Oniclnl Organ of I.ojtbii County
FRIDAY SEPrBMUKR 180.
Tbk Dailt Leader accepts advertis-
ing with tbo distinct bad positive guar-
antee that It has donblo tfae paid
circulation of any newspaper published In
TnK Lkadkii Bindery Is one of iho bost
Institutions of the Kind In too West and Is
dally turning out larRoauantltlMOf work.
Scud In your orders for binding and blank
books and they will bo promptly attended
ine month dclhercd In city.
One month by mail
One year ..
WILLLUl JENNINGS "illlYAN
For OtleRnt" to OoncrfM
JION. J. Y. CALLAHAN
Ot Klucllihcr County.
IVIiero OulUhuu Will Speak.
May Co .
Mills Co... .
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Sept Oct. 1-t-l
fki:k hi lyric Ticitirr.
tkiunty Clerk .. Mr-
Register of Deed
t!roner .. .
Commtekloner Pint dim
CoinmUuloaer Seioud dltt
Justices of the Trace
J. I MiDanieU
.'. o Kornor
Annie U Vlnrent
D C Woodwortb
J. fl Scarr
C T. Millard
l)r A I. tllean
W. R I'henli
iA. s. Ilulmberc
' U S McKay
(A O Salic
J D DulloU
COUNTY UBNTRAl. OOMMITTKH.
Hear Creek .
(luthrle ... .
First ward ...
Fifth ward east
FlJtli ward went
Xawrle . .
Oak VI w
J R Call Outhrli
Is lilrkuu Orlando
R. I. Hancock
J liryuD Uangtlon
J V Brown
It II. Hasan
L O. NlbUck
E b. Donnelly
.a W. Ileaty
I. R Plncn
11 T Bart. Garden
N 1-uater Gutbrle
W il Malthewk
J amen lorell Ulaodard
Win Kkler Mulhall
t M f.yon
II W JtatUtx.nc Waterloo
U W Sirlxrt. Uownn
'eter Mi Murray SprlDEVale
J s llurcett. Uutbrle
J M TarraaU McKinlcy
County Vti hllv Kiecutlie "ouiroltlen.
Kd 8 Donnelly
IL C. Morehouse
J. U. Dobson
W. W. I'lemnilug
M W. Allen-
1 Q. Nl black .
Lad g ton
Bern' Xour GIibdco.
Plenty of old papers 10 cents a hun-
dred at tho Leader editorial rooms
all and lay In a supply at once.
AN ADMINISTRATION ENIGMA
Mutiy astounding political freaks
and whims havo been witnessed in
Oklahoma hut tho action of tlio na-
tional administration in tho appoint
inent of Mr. J R Keaton as associate
justice to succeed 11 W. Scott is un-
doubtedly tho cllmactcrlo of nil that
Is queer ami Incomprehensible. Not
that Mr. ICeaton Is not an able lawyer
and fully capable ol discharging the
duties of the high oflloo but hit politi-
cal attitude towards the powers at
Washington has left no doubt as to
his Intenso antagonism to tho man to
whom he owes his appointment. For
three yoara Mr. Ke&ton hos not in any
sense boon in n coord with tbo adminis-
tration and mado no bonos about bis
anti position. In convention and olse-
whore be has been vigorous in his
denunciation of the administration
and the Oklahoma supremo court of
which body ho noon hopob to be-
come a mombor. In tho distribu-
tion of political spoils political
worth and party sorvleo play a more
vital part in the majority of cases
than moral stability business sngnoity
and genera fitness. Ills unfortunate
that such should be tho case but It is
true nevertheless ard it is this faot
that causes comment ovor tho action
of Attorney-General Harmon and Pres-
ident Cleveland. Mr. Koaton was
doubtless as much surprised over the
honor conferred on him as anyono
since it is unnatural for ono man to
grant elaborate favors to another who
wiolds a cutlass to the disadvantage of
the donor. Tub Lkadeu h&s nothing
against Mr. Kcaton personally and
bollcvos he will give goneral satisfac-
tion. It is tho funny way they havo
at Washington that puzz.los The Lka-
dbr and territorial Democrats.
OKMS FROM IJRVAN'S LATIiSTarJ-HIClI
The Chicago platform aims Its blows
at tho real enemies of this country
thoso who think they are greater than
the government and can mako the
govcrnmont their instrument for prl-
No platform ever issued by a na-
tional party in tho United States ever
said the gold standard was a good
Gold in its last analysis is the sweat
of tho poor and tho blood of the brave.
If you are farmers I beg you will ro-
membor that under this appreciation
of gold your products have fallen In
value while your dobtsand taxes have
remained as high as they used to be.
Wo nro opposed to the gold Rtandard
because it has nevor conferred ono
benefit upon those who produco tho
woalth of the world.
Gold has been the prize of the man
who hoardB money; silver has been the
medium of c.xchango among thoso
upon whom tho greatness of every
nation has rested.
People can got along without gold
but oven gold standard countries can
not got along without silver.
What wo want Is a dollar that will
mnlntnln Its parity with the property
which that dollar is to buy.
Where Is nobody with us but tho
people inv friends and they aro tho
ont-H for whom this government vtM
Ir fold bud boon demonetized In
1873 instoad of silvor It would havo
depreciated in valuo as measurod in
silvor just as muoh as sliver has do-
pioclated in valuo as measured Infjold.
The gold camblers have nurnosolv
produced this apparent depreciation of
silvor which is only u depreciation
when measured in gold. Silvor when
moasurcd in other kinds of property is
just as valuable as it ever was. They
now urRo tho results of their crime as
tho reason why they ahould bo per-
mitted to continue tho crime.
Whilk pumping pills into tho
supremo court and tho administration
for law and silver purposes Judge
Kcaton novor dreamed it would come
A Philadelphia preacher has stip-
ulated that his salary be paid in gold.
He'll have a devil of a time getting his
proper'rocomponse in the next world
Koiiodv has a-cused Torn Watson of
eo operating with Mark Hanna but It
will be perceived that Mark is not pro-
tMting against Tom's performances.
Oklahoma Democrats aro now will-
ing to believe that O. Cleveland will
do any old thing at a moment's notice.
Knuland would likoly bo willing to
swap her dynamite 6are for our polit-
rPll IUtnnn.illrt tin.tif hna tin itt.nA.
sit Ion to lcep th Wolforts'a rohtcr
uum buu uuur
IxaPKcroit Siiikklhy Is gone but re
cent ovenU provo that be Is not for-
gotton. Doki kicking pay'.' Is party dis-
loyalty at a promlum?
Oklahoma's crop of sordines is grow
One reason thj
muurti Dri mj tti r.
I tl P?My troubled with
ltSSK. Vf ou demnRemtnt
f 1 - 7I! "f the distinctly fern-
mine orvnum is
that as trills tbev
learn nolbimr about
J their own iih steal
mane up 1'arenu
li to tli importance of educa
tion ui tuts una nun uuue men are us-
conimjr tnou aud more able to taVc care
of thru health
Cunlrssnt s tn girlhood iaucs the great-
est stuTenug and untianpinesa in after life.
Little irrcgulanttea ami weatnescsin girls
should be looLed after promptly and ttcat-
ment ci-cn ot once Dr. Pierce's favorite
rreacitption promote regularity of all fem-
inine functions makes strength and builds
tip a sturdy health with which to meet the
trials to conic. The -'l'avorite 1'itoctip.
tion" is iifct a universal panacea. It It
good for but one thuijr. It is directed
solely at out eet of organs.
Dr. Pierce's Common Bente Medlcat AdviKt
looS pace medical uork profutely UluKratcJ
will be tent frre on receipt of si one-cent stamps
to cover pottage enljr Aildress World's Dl-
Vecsar UeUlcal AxMKUtion DuBalo N Y
in - ii i nr ivr n
I liU PA1
in n t vvwi il
v LIFE SAVED
By tho Porslstont Uso of
"l w:n troubled for w:irv with n
Hlirc Oil lit kllfl'. Willi ll 'M'W'l.ll
plisici.iii". w lii) tn iti il mi .illi il i
rmicpr untiring mr tb.it n iilnnj
could In done to sar tn liti
a lust rpjtort I was induced 1o tr
Ayer SursapBrilln and. after tak-
ing a number qf bottle the kt?
Iipgun to ili".ii'i' ir mil in v "mii I
health iiiiU"i 1 ei- ' .it tl i
trmtiiKMit until tin Mire w.is t?u-
UrtlN IhmIkI. ir- then I tin
Ayer's iir.t'iril' t ''f imoiwIIn n.s
n tonic nntl MikhI purilii-r. .mil it
dfftl. It wmi tlimu'h I could ii"t
keep lioue without it " Mr. S. A
I'll t.ns Uliximfii'M. I.t
Tho Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla
Aor'n Pills Regulate tho Liva
Tho finln Federal Council IlnlrM to
I'n force It.
The S'vlss federal council is submit-
ting to tho two chambers a scheme for
compulsory Insurance against accidents
and aioknose says the London Times.
It is based upon the previous project
of M. Forror deputy for Wlnterthur
According to the scheme all Swiss in-
habitants whose earnings do not ex-
ceed 120 pound per annum will be
obliged to insure. The Calrwes Llbrea
prlvato Insurance societies due to in-
dividual initiative In each calling will
be allowed to exist by the side of the
national insurance and members may
fulflll their obligation by belonging to
tho formor. Tho liberty is however
limited by the condition that the prl-
vato bonoDt societies shall secure to
their members the samo advantages
bb tho public insurance that they shall
not interfere with tho workings ot the
iattor or lnvolvo sorloug Inconvenience
to tho omployor who pays part ot the
contribution. Thoae conditions being
grantod tho Calsses Ltbres will have
a right to the samo state subsidy as tho
public fund. The state contribution
to tho schome Is reckoned at 7383000
francs and it is proposed to meet the
outlay by a tobacco monopoly or a tax
on ceroals or sugar. The employer
contributes S3 per cent tho employe
6 per cent and the state 23 per cent.
A tobneco monopoly would It is reck-
oned produce CSOO.OOO francs. The
wholo question must be submitted to
tho national referendum and accepted
bofore becoming law. A plebiscite on
this question would be one of the most
important yet taken in Switzerland.
a.ncKteu's Arnloit Nitl.
The lioct Salve in the world for
Cuts r.rulsoe Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum
Fovor Soros Tottor Chapped Hands
Chllblnlns Corns and all SUIn Erup-
tions and postlvoly cures Piles or no
pay required It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or mony refunded.
Prico 25 cents per box. For Sale Hy
C. R. Renfuo Guthrio.
for monthly pains in the sides
hips back neck shoulders
bead and limbs.
These paina are symptoms of
dangerous derangements pecul
iar to women.
McQlree's Wine of Card tit cor-
rects these derangements curee
Whiteaaud falltngof the Womb
relieves Suppressed Menstrua-
tion nud flooding quirts the
nerves and brings happiness to
l'or Kale by McUlcIno Dealer nt
Don't fail to try the Gold Medal
flour made bv Yahburn Craaby Co.
of Minneapolis. The finest in the
United Statos. Took tho medals at
the World's Fair tbo Contennial and
tho St. Loula Exposition. The Wol
come tlroeory is sole ugont. 10 tf
Mrs. Nowtou has removed to 614
South First atreot Table board 83
: W" '-"."3. '"
LLDEK otTHinr OKL VHOM
I'an-Atncrlsan Medical congress
Mexico City Mexico November 10 to
10 lStfl. For this occasion the Santa
To Route will sell eicui-Mon ticket
to the Ctty of Mexico. Me ut one
luwoat far for the lonnil trip 1 id.
eta on eale Novemlvi and in pond in
return until De'-einiif' i i
Kansaa City Mn . tober ' to in
I''''. Priests' of I'allas pa ftile Kami
val K'rew an.i KaiiwaR (it: Interstate
fair. Tlcl.eta on sale (Vtober 1 to n
Inclusive good to return until October
11. lftHO. One fare for the round trip.
Topeka Kan . September ? to l)eto-
ber 3 1SSW. Fall fe-s'iMtii"- One fare
for the round trip Tickets on aale
Heblember 87 to 3(1 intlusiv" pood to
return until n.tober 5. 18'
llrlicn Ht l'urctil
For the grand barbecue (colored) at
I'urcell 1. T Soptember .".' the Santa
Fe route will t-ell excursion ticket
from all stations betweeu Perry to
l'ttrcell at the rate of ooe fare for the
round1 trip. Tickets on sale September
22 uood to return until September 30.
fi H. Delaney Agent
u. a It Ht r.l lteno
For the Oklnhoma Territorial O A
It renniou at El Keno. Oct. nth to 9th
the Santa Fe route will sell excirslon
tickets from all stations Arkansas
City to Pnrcell to Oklahoma City at
rate of one fare tor tho round trip
Tickets on sale October Sth to fltli in-
clusive. Uood to return until Oct. 10
I It Delnney. Atrent.
O A it nt I'nnrn
For the O A. R reunion at Ponca
City Oct nth to 10th inclusive the
Santa Fo route will sell excursion
tickets from all stations Purcoll to
Arkansas City to Ponca City at rate
of ono and one-third fare for the round
trip. Tickets on sale Oct. 13th to 16th
Inclus've. Good to return until Oct
17th I. It Delaney Agent.
From points in Illinois Iowa Mis-
souri Kansas and Nebraska to Okla-
homa and Toxas.
Tho Santa Fe route will sell excur-
sion tiokote at rate of ono fore for the
round trip plus $3 limited for return
passage to twenty d'ys. TlekcU on
sale August ltli and 18th September
1st lSth and 29th Outober nth and
30th. L It. Dki.amkv
If you want bills distributed any
where In Oklahoma writo Smith tho
bill distributor box 200 Outhrio Ok-
Outsiders having advertising to do
Perry or Outhrio ploaso wrlto Smith
tho bill distributor box 300. Guthrie
"We will five $50.00 in prizes for the best corn grown in Logan
and Lincoln counties to be divided as follows :
A $25.00 SUIT OF CLOTHES for the Best 10 Ears.
A $15 00 OVEHCOAT for the Second Best 10 Ears.
A $10.00 SUIT OF CLOTHES for the Third Best 10 Ears
Prixes will be awarded by competent judges two from Logan
county and one from Lincoln county. Call at our store and get
full particulars and imstrucuons.
Last year we gave $85.00 in prizes for corn.
First priae of $20.00 in gold was won by Jesse Preston of
McKinlcy O. T.
Second priae of $10.00 in merchandise was won by W. II.
Fallis of Fallis O. T.
Third prize of $5.00 was won by G. T. Eubanks of McKinley.
We will again begin giving
SPECIAL BARGAINS ON
As it is imnoisible for us to wait upon the crowds that come to
our store on Saturdays so wc
to come on Friday.
i'ltlDAY SBl'T. 25 we will give the best bargains ever offered
in Guthrie. We will sell on that date Men's Boys' and
Youths' Clothing at cost (in suits only). Never before
have the people of Guthrie and vicinity had the
chance to select from a New and Clean Stock of Cloth-
ing at Actual Cost.
ABOVE SALES WILL BE FOR CASH ONLY
What next! The latest is the bridga across the Cottonwood
Creek ou the street that leads to our store has been closed up.
Was the bridge unsafe or was too much trade going to tne west
Side? We think it was a little of both and the two together
v ere too heavy a strain on the council or on the bridge we
should have said. But our customers will have no trouble in
liuding our store if they will just follow the Hue of cotton wagons
that come down Oklahoma avenue and cross the creek on the
Fit tli street bridge.
REMEMBER OUR SPECIAL SALES ON FRIDAYS
702 Noble Avenue. West Guthrie.
Board ol Directors in
James Stratum Horaeo Speed.
fl?1!!!iX!!nl."r"t!rLl"l"r"'j iIii'iIiii--u tH- tf
Bdltur (luthrle Leader: The mem-
bers of the Free Silver club of Logan
county desire you to announce In your
paper tho name of (Jeorge V Hopkldd
as a cam! Mute for representative to
the legislature for the seventeenth dis-
trict of Oklahoma Terrlloty. subject
to tin- act on i the coin I m- IMpuMsl
It H. IlKAF-
I'n Logan ( onntv silver cint.
Taken np One black itmlo with
right eye out about 13 years old
weight a'lont 90 pounds and white
specks on hip For further Informa-
tion Inqnlre at this olllee I7tf
ROYAL Baking Powder
lias been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
Tailoring Cleaning and Repairing
Dyel g a Specialty.
1U VV Hnrrlsoti. Outhrio Ok
Two Poplar Magazines
For tlif Homo.
lie's Popular Monthly
Contains encli mouth. An original
water color frontispiece; 128 quarto
pages of reading matte-; loo new and
high class illustration; more literary
matter and illustrations thun any
other magazine in Amoriea. 25c. S3 a
year. Frank Leslie's Pc-iular Month-
ly and the Oklahoma Loader both for
one year for S3.
Uniil Leslie's Hal Hours
For Hoy itnit (llrU.
A bright wholesome juvenile
monthly fully illustrated. The best
writers for young people contribute to
It. 10c SI a year. Frank Leslie's
Ploasant Hours for Roys and Girls and
the Oklahoma Leader both ono year
for 81.05. Undoubtedly the best club
offers. Send all subscriptions to
Tho Oklnhoma Loader.
will give you special inducements
A J. SBAY VlOK-PllKSIDBNT.
addition to Bank QOlcors
Robert Martin. J. K. Qottlnuhain.
VV J. HORSFALL Cadhlor.
Tuki Al muling il i n
Single Fare Excursion
OYER THE SANTA FE LINES
Sept. 1 15 29.
CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAP.
We make a specialty of handling "
And have such now on our list for sale
We have for sale Good Upland IGO-acre Farms having
fair dwellings costing from 200 to 8500 with good wells or-
chards and having from GO to 100 acres in cultivation ranging
FROM $800 TO $1200
We have on our list for sale some very fine Hiver and
Greek Bottom Farms well improved and having from 80 to 120
acres in cultivation we can sell
Part Cash Balance
NOW IS THE TIME
Sow the land in
If You Ave Not a Farmer and have yet o learn by experience.
Nature will cover up your mistakes and will turn your
failures into success more kindly and surely here in Okla
homa than in any other slate or territory.
If You Aro a Fnrmm by experience and education your intelli
gent labor will receive rich returns.
Tho Soil is rich productive friable easjly 4iliyflsoiTand-riieT
low as a garden.
Tho Water supply is excellent and unfailing; numerous never
failing springs and creeks; inexhaustible supply from wells
sunk from 14 to 30 feet.
Tho Climate is mild and hcathful
tween Kansas and Arkansas.
No severe winter weather.
Tho Itaini'ull is uniform and copious. The government guage at
Guthrie shows this season a rainfall of (5.07 inches in June;
1.04 inches in July and 7.29 inches in August.
To show the value of Real Estate of Logan County we give a
description of a few of the farms on our list:
Eighty acros flvo nillos from Guthrie
all fenced; thlrty-Jlvo acros In cultiva-
tion a good llvo room houso cost W&0:
700 apple treos planted In 1803. $1200
will buy tho olghiy acres.
219 acros six miles from Guthrie; lo-
cated on tho Cimarron river; all fenced;
UK) acros in cultivation: 1&0 acros of
extra flun bottom land; a six room Imuso
cost 1000; MX) growliiR apple treos.
100 acres sovon miles from Guthrie;
all fon ed; HO acros In cultivation; Joins
tho Cimarron river; a two story log
house. ConslJerution (2000
ICO acros ton nillos from Guthrio: all
fenced; Seventy acros tn cultivation;
larm contains HO acres of good bottom
land; n two room house located one-
half mlla from tho cottonwood river; lias
living and never falling water running
through It. Consideration ?1 600.
100 acres threo miles from Guthrie;
ttll fenced; 100ncro in cultivation; ohm-
half mile from tho Ciuurron nvei ; has a
thretroom house; barn Ktnbllng eight
3?n acres threo and ono-hulf miles from
Guthrie; ono mile from Clmar -on rivtr;
plonty of good bottom laud; pasture
water and good houso Consideration
Splondld stock farm; 100 aoros; SO in
cultivation; bovora' uevei falling spring;
600 fruit treos; souio timbor; price WOO.
This Is dirt cheap; nine miles from the
100 acros ono mllo from Gutbrle; all
feucod; 1&0 acros Iti cultivation; eight
room houso cost 11.600 ten niliiutfi ride
frnm tin nitv. 10.00 nor acre will buy
UU.MV w.-j. ----- -- .. .'
farm sunuiu uuiiuie retain uie
capitol of tho now state
the land 'will
DC worm iw pur ucib.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THESE FARMS ARE ALL IN
THE COUNTY" WHERE THE CAPITAL OP THE TERRI-
TORY IS LOCATED AND THAT NO FARM IN OKLAHOMA
IS MORE THAN ONE AND ONE-HALF MILES FROM A
Call on us by letter for any desired information. "We will
be pleased to drive you over the county and show you everything
on our list No charges. The seller pays our commission.
HAGAN & PAINE
Rqbms 19 20 and 21
f- ofr' txnirfntxsfjhiifyHtmitiL
Oct. 6 and 30.
TO BUY A SNAP.
crop will nearly
being a happy medium be
Cool and refreshing nights.
100 acrus one mllo west of town; all
ICO acres in cultivation; a ten loom boils.'
cost ?2.000 bains nulboiiH'S granaries
etc. tfO per acre will buy this farm
fflH aoiosof Coitonwood river bottom
land; oery Inch tillable; o o-half mile
from Giitlnio. borders on tho Cottonwood
rhor; no Improvements to ami tint to
any tiling. HO per ticroltwlll take this
chulcu tract of hind nnd should Guthrie
become tho capital of tho tmw state Il
III null for (300 ptr acm wliliin flvo
years; noi on n boom but hi-camo it will
be worth the money.
Kino quarter action; living stream
100 acres in cultivation; SO acres in pas-
ture; -1000 fruit trees l'riio tB.600; wants
an ollor. Will sell at a bargain; good
Excellent lot) acre farm; 100 ac us in
lino state of cultivation; 70 acros b ttom
land; good largo hi use; v.nl'; prlcetl.coo
1U0 acres four miles from Guthrie; -II
frncod wnenty acres in cultivation; one
story lierooui house ccst fjsoo. ton
100 acre: Ml In
ciil'lvntion; good thro-
room frame houso "well
well; pump; a acre orchard;
snriuK In pasture close to burn; granar
las; burn for four horses; lion house and
other out buildings; tine grove of fore t
tie- h; -to acres In pastuie; good safe cave;
black sandy loam 1'rice ll.ouo.
lao acres; 00 acres In cultivation; 60
acre pas tire; good well splondld water
at depth of seventeou feot; frame houso;
14x90 log house H2u;st bio for four
horses; some limboi; 800 fruit trees;
black terries olc. Fine chance to buy a
coiafortab e home cheap; 1 aero paled
for garden spot; school bouse near;
three miles from Crescent City. Trice
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