The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 98, Ed. 1, Friday, September 25, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
aaiixttnnti "ittttc ixanmrtmr tn mc m
W. L.Douglas Jt
Railroad Time Tnblo.
Atchison Toprkn St ntn I'ti
NOItTil EAST AND WKST.
Arrive Leave Arrive I Arrive
No Onthrle. Outhrle. Kan. Clty.lChlcago.
406 6:85 a. in. 6:45a.m. 5:Wp. m. i:4Sa. m-
408 4:68p.m. 6:08p.m. 8:60a.m.J10:30p.m.
422 7:00a. m. LocalFrelght.
4gp 12:16p.m. Local Freight
12:23 p. m.
1U:D3 p. in.
12:16 p. m
Arrive I Arrive
12 36 p. m
u un p. in
1 -iM p. in
V:l6p. m-p:25 a.m.
b iu a. m.iiau ii.iii.
90 hours to Los Angeles.
Free chair cars on all trulM Pullman
Palaco sleepers to Kansas City and
Chicago without change. Also to Fort
Worth and Oalvostlon. Connects at
Newton with Vestibule limited having
chair cars. Pullman l'alacu and com-
partmentsleepcra and dlnlnu cars thrt)UKh
to Loa Angles and Han Diego also with
train carrying chair cars. Pullman and
Tourist 9lenpers to El Paso Los Anglos
aud San Francisco. Through railroad
and steamship tickets sold to all points.
Patsengors booked to all points In the
continent of Euro- o; also from any
pon or Inland point m Europo through
to any point lu tho Unit d States. Pre-
paid tickets paid for hero will be deliv-
ered to passenge at thoir residence In
Europo. For full particulars call c-or
address. Oeorgo T. !cholson. O P. A.
Chicago: W.J. Ulack A. Q. P. A. To-
poka Kans. I. II. Delanov Agent
Choctaw Oklahoma nnrt Onlf 11. It
9 00p Stl.ouls 716a
1130a Ft. Smith S5p
a Paris i'JMp
t8 20n St. Louts 7 28a
t0O5p Kansas City 7 2fa
112 15p : Muscogee 3 40p
n 10a Ft. Worth 8 60p
t7 20a iDallas 8 60p
tlO 65a. Dcnlson J5 OOp
imp 12 60p 'Wlster :3 15p$ is 30p
S62 .112 Fanshawe 262 1201
140 1S3 KedOak 2 32 11 2ft
4 10 1 47 Nanola 2 16 10 65
4 40 2 00 Wilburton 2 00 10 30
6 CO 2 38 Uartshorne 122 PS)
6 57 3 05 Alderson 1 00 8 66
3 IS Krelis 12 63
J7 20p 3 25 S MCAlester 12 15 j )a
7U 3W IS 2ft 6 OOp
7 35 3 63 llumclt 12 (Op 5 16
120 4 25 WllltcCllllancyfl 1131.x 4 26
B10 4 60 Calvin 1110 3 35
8 45 5 15 SamU'ltSpur 10 2 53
10 20 5 30 Holdenvllle 10 30 2 26
1120 6 00 Wewoka 10 00 130a
I2 10p 80 Mekusukey 07 12 20
12 66 7 17 -.Uarlslioro 8 40 1140a
11 80p 7 43 Shawnee 8 14 $11 00
S4.MI 7 48 SOU lOOp
4 10 ?8 15 McLoud 7 42 12 30
4 21 8 2fl Sweeney 7 29 12 20
4 35 8 43 Choctaw City 7 12 12 05
609 tsaop Oklahoma City jo wa 1130
jsooa 58 OOp
610 8 0S Lakevlew 7 52 1122
630 820 CouncllClrove 730 1110
547 837 Yukon 732 10 35
6 00 8 49 Virginia 700 10 40
618 8 15 Kllteno 0 49 10 20
25p 8 25 Kllteno Junc't i45p 10 12
9 30a Ft Heno (9 50a
rate ' k
vmmWk ' fik
salcby ' kcSIBm
BEST IM THE WOULD. m
A 55.00 SHOE FOR $J.00 K'
It It stylish durabl.- and peritct-ilttlnfr qualities
absolutely necessary to make a fhmticd shoe. Tht
cost of manufacturing allows a smaller profit to dt&len
than any shoe sold at $3.00.
W. L. Douglas $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the
productions of skilled workmen from the best
material posnDic to put inio snocs soio at mese
The "Belmont" and "Pointed
Toe" (shown In cuts) will be
the leaden this season but any
other style desired may be
obtained lrom our agents.
Wo iiM" only the hnt Talf Htimla Calt
nil rnlnru. I renrh l'atcnt Calf French
I nnmrl let Klfl etc.. sr!ct to curre.
mutt! with nrtfa nf th hfft.
11 dalrr rsnnot lurt'lr J ml frttto
W. L. DOUGLAS Brockton Mass.
Corner First and Oklahoma - Guthrie O. T.
also $20 and
$2.25 shoes for
$2.00 and $J.75
The full line for
lf Intrrcat to lllryrle llltlrra
There cun be no question that one
of the imm important parts of n bicy-
cle is tho tire It has to bear the
burnt of tho work Is constantly com
InR m cun true t with destroying- ele-
ments ami generally receive the least
cite from the rider Tho Importance
of the work it has to do was early
recoiruited by makers of bicycles how-
ever und they liHve'ven much atten
tion to tills important uJjuucl ot tlie
There are luduy. perhaps thirty '
dilTereut 8ty'o of ulcyele tire on the
murket nil of which vary in detail.
Ah to thulr vuilnun merits theories
are of little value; actual experience
Is the only way to detet untie this I
question Unless an urtiele gives hut- I
Uf action detnai'U for it soon ceaseB
After a test of over hx eirs. during
which tlniu Jouble-lube and hltitfle- I
tube tire have been marketed at 'east !
three-fourths of till the riders In thl
country today demand and ride doi.- j
The leading firm in the United .
ytates and inflict In the entiru world
In the manufacture of double-tube !
tireo is Morgan & Wright Chicago i
Their history 1h interesting. The I
tlrpt pneumatic tire the rags-and-jflue
hind was giving trouble and
Morgan & Wright fctepped in to Dll ti
great public want They furnish a '
tire that could easily be tulien from t
the rim to he repaired. That was the
prlelpl" requirement In thoso days i
liialilio '.In. iiHiinl rpnnlrniiinntw of I
upend durability and comfort.
That was si'veral years ugo Single-
tube tires had been pushed in Europe
and were falling and the same effort
was being Hturted In this country
The Morgan fc Wright double-tub.-tiro
quickly proved its superlnrltv
with the renuK above stated Th.'
qulck-ropalr Inner tube which i
is this year a standard feature of
this firm's tires has inado the posi- j
tton of doublo-tube tires pra.2tlcall.y
Invincible by milting It quluk ann '
easy for the riders to socure at the
roadside a permaueut repair a thing j
admittedly impossitlo in the majority
of cinirlo tnlw nceldontf. tf
BATTLE WON BY THE INSURGENTS
General Gomoj leads in person and
routs the Spanish Eight hundred Span.
Ish killed and 1000 wounded. Tho great
victory is attributed to the fact that the
insurgents have discovered that Dr Saw-
yer's Family Cure gives new life and
strength and purifies the blood.
' TU L. & S. F It. t--M K. ft T -A T.
&S. F. t-C II. I & P- i-Dally. j-Kxcept
For rates and other information apply to
J. F HOLUKN Gen Trafllc M'gr
South McAlester I. T.
UK. J J CUKD.
Mrs. J. J. Curd my wife was afflicted
our ysars with the rheumatism. She
tried manv fine physicians without help.
She used Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure
which cured her and to-day she is entire-
ly well. I cannot recommend Family
Ctiro too highly for all diseases of the
stomach liver and kidneys.
J-P?" Little Uock Ark.
A written guarantee to cure or money
refunded with every dellar bottle. Price
$1 00 COc. and 2.r)C.
A written guarantee to cure or money
refunded with overy box of Dr. Sawyer's
Pastilles which cures all diseasos pecu
liar to women I'rice (1.00 per box.
For sale by C. R. Ilenfro.
yor Sale. I
Two story house. 0 rooms Itltchon .
and good cellnr stable buggy feed
aiiil chicken honso and wntorworka.
All situated on three improved lot
with a vnrloty of fruit. Terms easy
and satisfactory 1011 K. Noble live.
Apply to land ofttco. Stf
Tho Rhino Tho Alps and Ilattle-
field lino of America. In connec-
T tlon with the Big Four Route via
NEW YO RK
'iJ""" ' i A modern train elec-
J '"'"i " trio lights hteam hoat-
1 W B cd observation car.
" M This famous train of-
rMTItrw&riS(iiK.H ierh tho best service
over the best track and best road bed
to tho cast through historic regions.
II. a McGuire T P A Dallas Texas.
a II. Ryan A G P A Cincinnati Ohio
II W. Fuller G P A Washington D. 0.
GtJTUHIE camp No. 3. Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday nlirht In the
K of I hall. VWItinK Woodmen are wel-
come. J. II TOWKRS Clerk
LUO VINCPNT. Con Com.
NAOMI Kebekah Lodge No. 2 I. O. O. F..
meets every Thursday evening at 7:30
In Odd Fellows ball In the Weinberger build-
ing Visitors welcome.
AUELLA HOMSIimt.N. Q.
njRDIE SCOTT. Secv.
OUR LONG SUIT
Is to suit the people with
a suit of hair that suits
"Yours For llram!.'1
Uxpert physicians ulllrm that tho
right ur.mate may fiiro consumption
(Hid kindred diseases
Tho right climsto Ih altera a pure
dry air equable temperature and con
slant sunshine are found.
These essentials exist lu the Sal
Ulver of Ari.onla and various places it
Descriptive psmplilbU reocntlj
iMued by Passenger llepartmuntof the
Santa Ke Route contain such complete
information relutlve to these regions
as invalids need. For free enplos
address O. T. Nleholson (i. V A A T.
t S F. Uv Chicaga
"WE'LL COAL TOQET- E."
Story Told by Irrtnc of lilt Vlilt 10
Sir Henry Irving dining with a few
getitlemeu in this city laBt wt-ek told
n storv which hduld be 'made public
propei ty. wiya tho Baltimore News It
will bear telling in both England and
Amerfcn. and lllustlatea what the un-
derllng feelings the natural feelings
- of all HtiRlish-fpeaklng people are
townrd ench other. Tills Interpreter of
the thought nntl fooling of many tlmea
spoko with childlike simplicity of his
own feelings nnd in a wrj- to warm
every heart within sound of his voice.
Those who listen dally to lilt words In
America or England should have heard
"this Bwcet song" ns it came from thli
gentle truly knightly nature. They
will bo glnd that our mother tongue
has eo charming n translator to bear
messages to and fro across th Atlantic.
Ho was apeaklng of his recent visit to
Philadelphia and told how. on Christ-
mas day tho afternoon was so beauti-
fulho and Miss Terry drove and. by
suggestion down llroad street whore
they wero told they could drive 600
miles! Thoy wero out for n long drive
so on nnd on they went until finally
tho carriage was stopped by gates acrosa
tho road. "There was a soldier on
guard" said Mr. Irving "and 1 asked If
wo might drive in. It was the League
Island navy yard. Soon we came out
upon the river bank. Thore was of
course no work going on that day all
machinery was still no sounds except
of tho voice no hustling about n few
offlcera and men with their families
moving In the sunshine of that lovely
nftornoon; while before us tho noble
Delaware ns placid ns n pond but In the
foreground lay panting In tho stream
thnt mighty engine of bloodshed and
war tho battleship Indiana.
"An officer sitting near on an old
gun with his children playing by.
seemed to rccognlzo us and asked If he
might bo of nny use In showing us
about the grounds or aboard the ships.
Man of war as ho was his cordial man
ner and charming talk carried us from
one topic to another as wo warmed to
each other until flnnlly wo were so In-
terested that scarcely could wo refuse
his request thnt we should go Indoors
and have somo turkey with tho chil-
dren. "Well our talk turned upon the In-
diana and our friend looking with ad-
miration at her said: 'Yes. she Is ti
flno specimen but it Is a pity her rango
of operations Is not gronter; she can-
not carry coal enough; her limit Is only
flvo to six days' steaming.' 'Indeed'
said I; 'that Is a pity and she could
nevor make tho voyage to ICurope?'
'No she can only bo used for coast de-
fense.' I remarked: 'Our vessels of
small slzo go many thousand miles
from home soinottmeK mound the
world" stopping for coal at the vailous
coullng stations. Cannot ou do the
Bnnio?" 'We would perhaps' said he
and n new look came Into his eye we
might make use of them.' 'Why not?'
snld I. 'That Is their purpose and why
should not our nnvlea coal together?'
Ho did not answer. I looked up to'moet
n smllo in hit big frank eyea. 'IJy
heaven! wo will coal together' said tho
captain 'and then to blnzes with tho
rest of tho world.' "
THE NEW WOMAN.
ProintiM rp to Tk Onsit Car of
He sat before the mirror In his room
nervously brushing his mfen black
balr into various shapes while exporta-
tion gleamed In his dark-bin tyet
which ever and anon sought the eloclt
nervouslT. savs an change.
"Seven fottv-flve" he said with a
pout "Well she Is ertalnl taking
her time. I wonder If she thinks the
play begins at midnight I declare if
I dared I'd go alone."
A ring at the front door aud ho
sprung up In a flutter.
"There she Is"' he cvled and with a
glad little cry he darted down tho
stairs and was In the arms of a tall.
handeome young girl who wore nn In-
verness capo and a derby hat.
"You'vo been smoking again Clara."
ho said with a llttlo shiver "and after
you promised papa too."
"Oh bother papa! Hurry up and get
your coat on."
But papa was not to be bothered. He
came out of tho back parlor and nd
vancod toward them with an angry air.
"Thoator ngaln. Miss Jones?" he
queried. "Don't yon think this Is a
little too rapidly? It's the third per-
formance In a week that you've taken
"Oh. I like It papa; Indeed I do."
"I dnro soy you do but you know
little of the world. Is this a ballet
piny you're taking my son to?"
Miss Jones laughed.
"Oh dear nor she roplled. "They
are too slow. We're going to see tho
new living pictures "
"I saw those! I saw those!" broke In
the old man "and no Innocent boy of
mine shall ever go. Venus and Hebe
and all tho rest of 'em "
"No! No! Thoy're behind the age.
These are Samson Apollo Mars nnd
Jupiter by the hnndsomest lending
men In tho country."
"Oh that's different! Wrap up well.
Willie and be homo by 11 Don't In-
vito him in to oat or drink anything
plonso. Miss Jones: we had an awful
tlmo with him tho other night."
"All right! Come along. Wllllo! Tnko
And they wero gone.
t ' t
JtvV Si-7 T ' WJ
Vim "111 flint our coupon
ln.lilf mill lr ounce ling
tiiil (no coupons litsttlft rneli
(mir ouncf ling of ltlnrU-
rll'i Durlinm. liny n linft
of tills rrtrbrntril lolinrco
nml rrnil the coupon it hlrti
lir a llt of tntitnble prrt-
i 'il anil Itmv i get thriu.
And tho Best
Whiskies Wines and Brandies.
Transfer Trunk Line
G m. MCFETRIDGE.
From all accounts Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is a Godsend to tho
nllllctcd. There is no udvurtUomeut
about this; wo feet just llko saying it.
Tho Domocrnt Carrollton Ky. For
salo by Seatonlan Drug Co
In a recent lettor to the manufae-
turors Mr. W. P. llonjamln editor of
the Spectator Itushford N. Y. says:
"It may bo a pleasure to you to know
tho high esteem In which Chamber
lain's medicines urn held by tho people
of your own statu where they must bu
best Known. An aunt of mine who
resides at Dextsr. Iowa was about to
visit mo a few years since and before
leaving homo wrote ine asking If they
were sold here stating If they wero
not she would bring u quantity with
her. as she did not like to be without
them." The medlelnea referred to
nre Chamberlain's Cough llem-
"SPECIAL 11HEW" KOlt FAMILY USE;
-4 H0TTLES FOR $1.00.
PHONE NO. 2.
Arc tho lioHt On Earth.
lllcyoles bought sold and exchanged lllcyoloe sold on Install-
ments. Our prices and guarantee will interest you. Pull line
of cycle HundrlcR. llopalring of all kinds done and work g ar-
antecd. (live ut a call.
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
113 113 1-2 Oklahoma Ave.
E. N. KNAUSS Managar.
for ilH cures
of rolds and
lnln's I'aln llulm for theumnUbin lamo
back pains In the side and chest and
Chambarlatn'B Colic Choleia and
Diarrhoea Homody for bowel com-
plaints. Those medicines have been
in constant use In Iowa for almost a
quarter of n century. Tho people
nave learned that thoy are articles of
great worth und merit and uncounted
I by any other. They are for sulo here
' by Seatotiiatl Drug L'o.
HKO. 15 lULMNOSLEY. President
W. 15. IIO DO UN
CI! AS. E. WLUNOSLKY
Asslt. Cu-hi r
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. ?" . .
Capital fully taid $50000.00
IIOAUD OP DIItECTOKS;
A. (1. Ilrower Capitalist Utlca N. Y. Geo. 16. lilllltigsley Uuthr' . (I T
W. 15. HcdgiH (luthrle. Jno. P.Htone Outhrle.
Chas. K. Itllllngsler Outhrle
COKUKHI'ONDKNCK SOLIl ITI5I).
COLLECTIONS A Sl'EtlALlV
Suits everybocty that tries
it so if you want to be
suited use . . . .
OUTUHIB TJOVOK NO. 2
A. V. & A. M. Hegular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
In each rnoith at 8 o'clock.
All ureiuren corutauy in-
vited to attend.
II V. AllDKIlY.See.
15. S. DONNEL.LV. W. M.
-UTIUUELoilge No l.A. O. U. W.. meets
ZH Thursday erenlugs of each week at 7:30
In Victor block corner First and HarrlMra.
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
P. P. OATCUEU M. W
C. O. FINCH llecorder.
GUTUItlE Lodge No S It. of P. meets
ewy Wednesday at 7:30 In tnelr hall
In the Vli tor block corner First and Harri-
son. Visiting knights are always welcome
W. II. MKUTKN. O. a
J. FOUCAUT. M. of V. and IC of It. S
i ORU Meets every Tuesday night in K.
Vlsltlnp chiefs always wol.
' -.. V- -. ... . - . .- .
come. w k. ji. sEAJtuav jr.
M.ll. cughky. umei or itecorus.
Doctors prescribe it.
Druggists sell it
And we guarantee it
To Cure All Scalp snd Follicle Ailments.
Yours for Lonjj Hair
KNOWLTON DANDERINE GO
GUTHRIE. O. T.
All orderH for bagfjopi' on out going
train hhouid be left one
hour before the tram
West Oklahoma Avenue.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTOH V.
yilOMAB S. WIIITH.
Washington D. C
Hooms WS-s-s AUanttc liolldlng.
Mining. Land ana Patent Jaw a Specialty.
STBKCILS SEALS CLOTH MARKERS
MAOR OK 8HORT NOTICE
And st Keaaonable Prices. Alt Work Guar-
anteed. Write for vrlce of what yoq want.
J. P. HAYDBN
IM Mercer Bt. Kansas Olty Mo.
Boys' and Children's i
SUITS AND OVERCOATS I
I From $1.00 Upwards. I
T S44"i4S $"?3S'i'ixS4'i"
1 fflSSjlVJ wBjssssI " J
k jCWgKvWfcWaisL ld i
Men's Fall and Winter
I SUITS AND OVERCOATS
I From $3.50 Upwards.
It's a Fact that We Have Received this Fall the Largest and Best Line of
AVID L. OITT.
Washington D. C.
I f . Street K. W.
GUTHKIE Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F. meets
Monday nlgit of each w eek at 7:30. Vls-
Ittog Odd Fellows always welcome.
6 FRANCIS A. MBYBTTE. N. Q.
O. W. IinUOE Sec'T lock box 1TO.
OKLAHOMA Encampment No. I L O. O. P.
meets every Tuesday evening In Odd
fellows hall at 7:30. All visiting patriarchs
welcome. JOS. FOUCART. O. P.
E. F. MERTEN. Scribe.
Hugh H. McCreary
PIrst-ClasB Higs Always Heady.
Back Uae running every dsybetweeo Outh-
rle and Chandler except Sundays. U f.
H!l. Barn Co; tst and Vllu.
I'ortnsrly Principal Ejcasalner Pension
The pension policy of the futare wtll Is aH
probabiUty be wore liberal tlejscted eases
solicited. Oorrespofidsoce inntiA.
lATSON B. COLKUAX
Land and Patent Attorney
Washington O. C.
Washington Loan and Trust Hl'dg.
nEFERENOES-Hon. M V. Allen. U. S. Sen-
ate; H6n. Laf e l'aoce Klnderhook NT Y.
Hon. John a Bell M.O.; Hon. J. I. Hieks
TIUNIC D. CP-OHTIIWAITK
-Is toe title of an Illustrated Uk
descriptive of Kesorte in Colorado
. reached via tbe Saut V Kout.
H tells where a vaeattttn may bo
Addrss O. T. Kicbolaon O. P. A.
A..T. t S. V. Ity. CblesBO for a
Suuamar our sw ra es now Id
offset from the Rast to Puerto Colo-
redo Springs Ma liou nd Denver.
Tlie way to ko Is via the
Santa Fe Route.
Ever Brought to this City by any Concern Up to the Present Time
FOB. A GOOI1
Wc bought this magnificent itock lower than we ever bought like fOQdi is our 90 yw experience in the busmen
We are selling this stock of Straight Honest Wear-Heeisting CloUilug for 1mm mousy taaa itty other concern m t )i.
city. If you don't believe it please investigate.
Wo have the Finest Selection and Largest Stock in all tlie Latest Style la UaU at price lower than am om Tin .
of this A Good Pur Hat for $1.00 in twenty different tyle.
Wo have tho Greatest Stock of Underwear in town from the cheapeat to tl lset U will pay jh to bu yu n
Under Garment from u.
We always were and still are Headquarters for Men' Shirts n everything new and lobby W- hat .i moo.t unn
You can't ajlord to buy a dollar's worth of Clothing anywhere without first looking us.onr. Youi money 'b worth
or your money back has always been our doctnno.
With every purchase of $5.00 and upwards we will give you i Free Ticket to the
Circus. This holds good on any purchase made from now until and including circu
day. Come in and get a free ticket.
1320 P Street. K.W.
Tub L.13D Pepabtmemt of tor offlce Is eon.
ducted l7 the late chief of the Oklahoma !
Townsiie ana wonieai uirisions. I solicit
four business and guarantee satisfaction.
LEVY'S BEE HIVE CLOTHING HOD
Oklahoma Ave. and First JSt
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