The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 98, Ed. 1, Friday, September 25, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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rUE TfiUDKU (IttTHRTE OKLAHOMA
CITY IN BMEF.
lrintjtl relnti nnd Mnttc-ri TrantpltlnK
in nhil Abent tha Oily.
J l'ost la n Itlnjflrtier visitor
T. W. HoyM fivor from ( lunillrt
f KnH'llOirr. i- in the
M-ft3 is up from Oklahoma
Mcr f llBn"?aClty to
C SY. Alexander of K I t 1 1 c i . . 1 is
Mrs. T. M Mnler of Perry is at the
.7 D. Hart an.! family ate up from
Bill Little was down from I'crry
Miss Mcrtie Kay of Wichita is visit-
ing in the city
Leo Whistler and
from Sac and Fox
father are over
enjoyed a brisk
J C. Roberts and Hill I in me are
i.ver from Kingfisher.
11 M. Hand the Stillwater railroad
magnate is In the pity
Misses Arnold and Stone
water attended the circus.
Mrs. J. M. McConnell and children
are over from Kingfisher.
11 W Hugo and Col Fitts were
down from Perry yesterday.
Mrs. Wilder and Miss Elliott were
down from Orlando yesterday
Wtllard Stapleton and wife returned
yestetday from the Wichita fair.
John A. Rodgors has returned from
New York and othor aastorn points.
See ilambldgo's "A Three Jtagger"
in Truth tomorrow. All trains and
Iho territorial free stiver committee
held a short businoes session in this
Mrs. J. R. Fearnow of New
is visiting Mrs. Dora IS. Hill
The remains of John Daniels ware
taken to Montpoller Vermont last
night for interment.
Dennis Flynn has agreed to enter a
scries of joint dobates with J. Y. Calla-
han. Dates will be arranged later.
Tuesday work was commenced on
tho Choctaw shops at Shawnee and tho
shops now appear to be a reality to
Mr Za;k Mulhall and daughter.
Miss Agnes and J. II. Iturfoni and
daughter wore among the Mulhall
visitors to the circus.
llilllo Norman god-father of Hill
Doolin is ovor from Stillwater ltlllio
spent several hours at the circus yes-
terday afternoon examining the (hulls
The hoboes connected with Ring-
ling's circus aro numbered and drilled.
Tho men aro roapchod ti and from tho
Train vulaxjft like a lot ot convicts.
It is noted by the Kigin-Pawhuska
News that fciaiicy Chief the 0age
new governor was seen In company
With his estimable wife peddling vege-
tables in Pawhuska.
The four yetr old daughter of .1 K
William of Karlboro . kivhi m
plane for quinine and died from the
ofTcctR of tho dri.g before medical as
sistanco cou'd W secured.
( O. Ilorno" and Dave Morris
wi'l make free silvi r addresses at the
Htockdalu (John Simmons) sohool
house on Saturday night at 8 o'clock.
Roth gentlemen arc able speakers.
Marshal Raster put on a force of
special police yesterday for clrout
emergencies The otllcers were sot
needed however as the city was
orderly. Hut two arrests were made
John Sauars a Seminole Indian
broicc jail at Wowoka a few weeks
ago and osouped. Last Sunday he re-
turned and was shot to death the
penalty for jail breaking being death.
J. V. Matojka representing the
Jcdnatel Dcnntbo a Tydennlho lllasa
tclo a Ilohomlan publication of Chi-
cago is in the city. Ho it touring tho
west and is wolf pleated with Okla-
homa. The regular meeting of tho W. C. T.
I will moot today with Mr. Oeo.
Anderson 004 East Perkins at 3 p. m
All membors arc requested to attend.
Strangers woloome. Mrs. P. U. M.
Orange Rates an escaped prisoner
jumped from a train near Noble yes-
te day whllo in charge of Policeman
Couch of PureelL Couch jumped after
tho prisoner and was severely hurt.
The county commissioners of lllaine
county have filed suit in the district
court airainst tl.e boo demon of ex-
County Treasurer Charles C. Shaw for
S'H17. 18 alleging that much of a short-
age in his aetJiint.
R Keaton wired Attorney Uea-
era! Harmon yesterday accepting his
new appointment as associate justice.
As soon as he receive a telegram from
Harmon ho will proceed to Oklahoma
( ty and open court.
Baldness U either hereditary or
caused by sickness mental exhaus-
tion wearing tigbt-flttluf bats and
by over-work and trouble. Hall's Re-
newor will prevent it.
Highest Honors- World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
H pure Crape Geam of TarUr Powder. Frw
com Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 Years the. Standard
Klttgllnc Hroa. diva Torn tloort Tettntm
nncti la IhU City
n-rrljgj by public ef-'Mt-i east t.n
Witt Rlngling Drainers' eollosal shows
visit! Guthrie yesterday and amply
pleased thotishtidn of people. The city
was crowded with visitor and the
business district )iii look of a holiday
The parade in the morning was np
to the standard while the two per-
formances which followed were ex
ceptionally pood and were witnessed
by n.ooo people. The circus grounds
were absolutely freo ot lanes ana
those who visited the shows had no
canse for ill treatment or complaint.
The menagetle was replete with
animal curiosities while the ring
features were marvelous and dazzling
The performance is under the per-
sonal management of Mr. Al Rlngling
It is all clean and roflnod. Among the
many features the Nelson family
stands pro-eminent Nine in number
they perform wondorful acrobatic
feats in full dress The Nelson family
is celebrated the world over. The
Rlngling llros. have made an offer of
$10000 to anyone who will t?(ual their
performance or t0000 to anyono who
will excel It. The star aerial was the
performance of the great Dacomas; it
stands unrivaled in the annals of art
Joseph LaFlour the Parisian Imported
te this country by Rlngling llros per
forins the wonderful feat ot diving
backward from a pedestal forty feot
high then landing on the ground on
his hands. The spectators marveled at
the evolutions of the threo herds of
performing alcphants and their trained
animal exhibitions and at Miko
Roonoy William DeMott and Alona
Ryland in equestrian feats. Mile.
Irwin the human top in her great
exhibition brought forth thunders of
applause from tho spectators. Thoru
were a host of other arenlc and acro-
batic novo) ties and it can be said in
truth that tho performance as a whole
was the oloancst and the best ovor
given in Guthrie.
Tho circus loft last night for Ard-
more where it appears today. From
there it will proceed to Toxas.
Tliero la Nothing So Uoud.
There is nothing just as good as Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump-
tion CotighB nnd Colds bo demand it
and do not permit the dealer to sell
you some substitute. Ho will not
claim there is anything bettor but in
order to make more profit ho may
claim something else to be just as
good. You want Dr. King's Now Dis-
covery because jou know it to bo sate
and reliable and guaranteed to do
good or money refunded. For Coughs
Colds Consumption and for all allec-
ilous of the Throat Chest and Lungs
there Is nothing so good as is Dr.
King's New Discovery. Trial bottlo
free at C R. Ronfro's drug store.
Regular site M)c and SI.
BRYAN AND SILVER.
lUhcrlillCo Spunk In llelmlf (if the
1'oor .Mail's Vrleuil.
lidiUir Leader: All great reforma
tion come out of groat obscurity and
neietsity. Moses who lead tho chil-
dren ot lsruol IHvid who slow Golluh
John the liuptist who came preach-
ing in the wiicleriiefcs Christ and His
apjstles who founded the Christian
area Luther Columbus Frod Doug
lass Harilett It Stowc.A. Lincoln and
the Abolition party which did more
for us poor colored peoplo than has
been done for us by ulthar tho other
two groat parties of today; the etjual
rights party and the last but not tho
least tho Silver party the friend of
the poor men and woman came of
great obscurity and nccofcslty. All our
great Inventions arc tho fruits of nec-
essity discovered bv mon and women
of groat obscurity.
Tho money question is the solo Issue
today money is the blood and salt of
the country and the abolition of it
will paralyze its true functions Tho
silver party comes of very great neces-
sity and every poor luborcr who holds
a ballot should vote for his country
family aud slivor. I am a Republican
but my party has been greatly divided
on the most momentous issue before
the Amorluau people and some of us
aro for silver and somo for gold and I
bavo joined tho silver ulemont. Wo
aro whuro thoy wore In 1800 wheu one-
half the federal party or army was
Democratic Whigs otc when tho
whole country said Lincoln and union;
so wo say today llryan and silver.
Uold Republicans and Domocrats aro
united for gold capital against labor.
Certain resultant forces will produce
certain rosults. Since all gold men have
orgunizod let us silver people unite
and stand for free homos free ballots
equal rights of women and home rule.
Froe silver will reopen our mills and
mines raise tho price of cotton aud
wool fruits watermelons wheat and
oorn. Free silver will raise the price
of human blood. Our clerks skilled
laborers our poor working women
and common laborers will get better
wages. Free silver will help the poor
farmer to redeem his mortgaged land
and tho cemetery whore his dear wife
lies from the gold syndicates. When
ISgypt went down one per oent owned
all the land; when Rabylon went dawn
two per oent. owned all the land and
tou y in Unglatid US per cent have
all the land und in our own country
where ovary man who hold a ballot Is
king 15 per cent own all our fine
couutry; and if the gold standard be
established 13 per eont. will claim
your flue farms and you will have to
beg ground to Inter your poor wife and
It ISngland sets the price of aottou
at starvation rates what will she set
as the priee after we got the gold
Why should we bow to England and
allow her to close our mills and shops
and faotorles and opon in thoir stead
multiplying second-hand storos which
mark the signs of the times and fill
our streets with idle mon? It oduea-
tlon and sklllod laborers with good
health can't find work what must be
the sad dolorous and melancholy con-
dition ot our poor Illiterate and old
people whose abilities are poor and
1 am a silver Republican and will
vote for liryan and Sowall and sliver.
S. C Rtiibiiikok.
Ayers sarsaparilla is not a secret
preparation. Any physician may havo
tho formula ou application. The se-
cret of Its 8 u boors as a medicine lios in
its extraordinary power to cleanso tho
blood o( impurities and cure tho most
'deep-seated cases of blood dleeates
Medicinal value in a ioit ..f Hood's fiars
patllh ttun m tiny oth.T prpptrsttoo.
Mora skill n required more ear taken rooie
expense Incurred In Its iiwimfartm e
It ooata the iroprletor ami the il t
fYloro but It coits the consumer
gets mere times for lm money.
Moro curative power l teoiirfil by it pn-iili ir
combination iiroiwtlon nwl iruc".i
' which tmke It iicenllar to Itself
M oro Jieople ore employed and more parp .
cuplcd in its laboratory tlian any otlx r
Moro wonderful cures effected nnl niore'i
tlmonlals received than by any otlii i
Moro sal and more n:rese yei.r by jp ir
are reporleU by druggists.
Moro people are taking Hood's Sarwpartlla
today tlian any other and more are
taking It today uian ever before.
More and bttli MoitF. reasons might 'i
gtveu why you U ukt take
The One True lllood ruriCcr. $1 per botUn.
nj ii rii etire all t.lver Ills an1
ilOOCl 5 Fl 1 IS Skfc. tlcadicbe. s: eeat j.
DO SOMKTIUNU 0 QUIT.
Ailjntnnt General Jamison Npenhs Some
Timely Words to the Mllltla
Editor Leoder: The coming to
gether of the National Guard of this
Torrltory Sept. H 10 and October 1
during tho Oklahoma fair is on event
of great lntorest to the citizen soldiery
as it ought to be to tbe people of
Guthrie. Company A Is the oldest
company In tho torrltory and it Is nat
ural that it should be expected that it
will bo active In sotting a good ex-
ample to tho balance of tho First Regi-
ment who will attend the encamp-
mant from a distance and at consider-
able expense to themselves.
Largo numbors of Company A are
employes engaged as clerks and In
othor positions whose time Is not
at their own disposal. Will not the
employees of these young gontlumun
bo generous enough to allow them
three days time to take part in the
military exercises for that occasion?
If Company A cannot go into camp
(vlth tho other troops they will not
bo permitted to enter the camp as a
part of tho National Guard. It is to
bo strictly a camp for military instruc-
tion and I should regret exceedingly
that it should be said that the busi-
ness men did not feci enough interest
in thoir homo company or the Okla-
homa fair to allow their employee
who arc members of tho company a
threo day's leave of absence to take
part In the exercises.
1 repeat that unless the Guthrie
Company enter the camp as the other
companies do. thoy cannot attend and
take part in tho military oxorclses of
tho occasion. If it should be necessary
for any of the members to be absent at
intervals during the encampment thoy
can by tho propor application to tho
commanding ofllcor get such leave. I
sinccroly trust that the business men
and others will take prompt motiBtires
to insure Company A's attendance.
J. 0. Jamison
Insist upon Hood's Sarsaparilla whon
you need a medicine to purify your
blood strengthen your nerves and
glvo you on appetite. There can bo
no substitute for Hood's
Hood's Pills are the best after dinner
pill; assist digestion prevent constipa-
L'ormrr Outhrlo Ulttisa Write of I'ollll-
mil I. vents In Nuir York
Flushing. N. Y. Kept. 17 ISM: Ed.
Leuuor. I'luusc present tbe unclosed
bill to Mr. Lynas for payment as per
order on back. Also please ohsuge my
address to 327 Sun ford Ave.
Let mo congratulate you on your
battle lor the people to
to Its proper place in our monetary
systom. Having lived lor mauy years
among tho active wideawaku and in-
tclugunt people of the west l have
great confidence In their judgment to
uct judiciously in casting itslile politl
cul barua.let. and false teachings of
tho spoil party. I look to the great
farming community in this content to
r esc no 1I1U country. When it is con-
sidered that tho very base aud fouuda
tlon ot all prosperity is in the products
of the soil upou which depends the
employment of labor in ev.-ry depart-
ment u f indubtry upon islncli rnlue
depends the purchasing pcMerof the
country and it is seen that uo pur-
chasing power ot the farmer lias beau
reduced from SJ04 per rupitt for every
man woman and child un i employe
living on farms in 1 870 tu Ji 01 in
lSW.lt does not require inuJi heavy
thought to conclude that Uu-ie U not
a very prosperous condition nb u result
of the past twenty years nf legisla
tion not to tneutton that t he Ust six
years the results are even wurse.
The difference In the one c.ir 18U0
is about W 00 000000 to tho farmers
of this country. eupp-s ilu-y had
that purchasing power I'Ihtc would
not bo au Idle mill or un ulleiuan
seeking employment. Nuilicr would
our merchant's shelves bo overloaded
with bankrupt musty goods.
How long will the farmers continue
to be hoodwinked in ot ng for a
monetary system that baa destroyed
their business and pauperized our
llryan is gaining iu Ne V U und
bas an eveu akauce . f r r the
ttate. Yours tiuv
M A I'l.i-' oi i
P U For tbe i irreo.nv 'f the
figures I have given reft r ( Itnok ot
1S9& Agricultural Uept Washington
D. C osge 7
Seems as if all
disagree with u-.
wo don't like a'
sla lurks in most
the ihuv ne like
uii'i i ' u' things
e ah n Nyspep-
of ih- l'i hi things
w eat and indg -.tm.i
grntlficatioa of uppelito
I in as the
of v ourse.
It Isn't nature's f inn Ntt.r.- . s the
best she can an l if a 'u i 1 only
help her a little bit ui Hi.i Ma time
be niav eat what he titna. ou.i as much
as he Hues Ir PivrciV Pleasant Pel-
lets hie for people who are troubled
with indigestion. Particularly for
those in whom it manifests itself in
the form of constipation. Tbe ''Pel-
leU" are quick and easy in their action
They arc in perfect harmony with
nature tiiey eiteet aperuiaueuieure .
1 OU nuuu mHD Luttui rryuiauy umy n
a little while After that use them
occasionally when you need them
when yuu have eaten anything that
disagrees with you. They may be
taken just as freely as you would take
water or any other necessity of life.
Once usod they are always Id favor.
Under the anspires of the First M. j
R chnrcli Mi
will give a tn
teinber .to Tn
of violin piano
. t 1t- -Tl'W Pills l
. n the
. i ir Mtiv hi
in .liy i vi Ding Hep-' Thursday et-r mi ochvk
irrfain will ronsiut First llaptUt Church corm-i Vm. und
i Noble L II. Holt pastor Residence
tlin an. 1 guitar solos 'j Vnf troet Morning wivlci- II
and duets Mr an Mip
'recently lnoateil Willi "
ii and their
hli'h net hfis
ability a rnnt-liina "f
Leader bespeaks i
plimcnl the l'ir '
Irodnctng Prof u
miiaie loving peopi
n i.'Matt'i 'lhi'
' 1 ' house anil coin
M 1'. i lnireli in in-
1 Mr'- 1'itts to our
"iome low-lived iintieretts who have
it in for the Dully hotel stole the
hotel bus lamps a few night n .
Yesterday morning a bur was taken
off one of the wheels of the bus. As
the bu was hauling passengers the
lives of many person were en-
dangered George Ford Is juitly
wrathy over the matter and threatens
to make rertain parties swrnf fr
their miserable work
Nftttee to llrjnn Men
All members of the llryan Silver
club are earnestly requested to meet'
at the Unite l States court room Fri-
day night. Important butilnese E.
D. Nix Pres
Circus day hod no effect on the cot-
ton market and the sales wero above
the average 200 bales being marketed.
The prices were T to 7 I 4; seed 8 10
The Free Silver headquarters showed
?reat activity yesterduy. Chairman
lagan and Secretary Allen were busy
limping ont the campaign iiisiriuuung
campaign literature and. entertaining
all visitors. These gentlemen propose
to conduct a vigorous campaign from
this time on They are the right men
in the right place.
A noticeable fcaturo of tbe Rlngling
show yesterday was absonee of gamb-
lers anil faKlrs Not a fake was to be
seen on the grounds or In the city. A
corps of detectives travel with the
circus nnd co-opcratou with tho local
police in preventing fleecing. Those
detectives act under the direction of
Chns F. Ryan a Plnkorton man. of
twenty-five years experience.
Much importance is attached to a do
clslon of the appellate conr. at South
McAlester handed down by Judges
Springer and Lewis in tho case of
Cartez vs The United Statos Tho
court held with Judgo Ktlgorc that an
Indian by blood was not a competent
grand Juror As a largo number of
grand jurors heretoforo have beou In-
dians by blood tho logallty of many
indictments louud bv these jurors will
Rout It to ills Mother In Ucrinnnr.
Mr. Jaoob Kbonson who is in the
employ of the Chicago Lumber Co. at
lies Moinos. Iowa says: "I have just
sent some modicino back to my mother
in tho old country that 1 know from
porsonal use to be tho beet mediolnc in
the world for rlioutnat'sm. having
used It in my family for several yoars.
It Is enllod Chamberlain's Pain Ilaltn.
It always does the work." BO cent
bottles for salo by Saatonian Drug Co
(luthrlo Tmvimlilp l'rlnmry.
A Free Sllvor primary convention
for the purpose of nominatinc town-
ship officers for Guthrie township is
hereby called for O.H. 1. at 2 o'cloak p.
in. at the cnglno house of the water
works near the fair grounds.
All voters of Guthrie township who
believe in the cauio of Froe Silver aro
Invited to attend. Committeemen
C J. Twami.ky
II. II. ilAGAN.
Old Kotilters llycit ItlRht.
All old soldiers are requested to call
at Mock's office near the Royal hotel
with guns ana sign the roll. Thoy are
needed to defend the fort against the
state militia during the sham battle
at tuo rair SJU.
Commencing Saturday Sept. ath
and including the 33th and 0th 1 in
vite all the ladles to call nnd boo my
new fall aud winter Btyles.
Mxe A P. Sau.niiiiiir
0w2 107 Oklahoma avouue.
The Cudahy Packing company has
opened a branch office in tho building
occupied by tho Morten Commission
company on West Oklahoma avonuo.
The company will carry a full line of
cured meets und packing house prod-
ucts and the splendid roputatlon of
the Arm insures good traatmont to
patrons. Mr. John Murphy is the
local agent of the company. 3t0
Household goods for salo at Mrs.
Ked wood's corner Noble and Oak. 17tf
For sale Milliard table
The ladies of Guthrie and vicinity
are invited to call and examine the
finest line of millinery in the territory
at Mies Patterson's Friday and Satur-
day September S and 26
Miss ICatb IlKiton. Manager.
JUS lit Harrison avenue
Two neatly furnished rooms for
rent Inquire at 319 Cleveland ave-
For Sale lly Cltae Osger the small
two seated phaeton which took the
first premium at the State fair; also
the horse and harness to match This
is a rare chaoM to buy a handsome
Northern t'luur t the Welcome (Iraeery-
Just received a carload of the cele-
brated U. S. Patent Hour made from
northern hard wheat the finest in the
land. Try a sack and be happy onre
more as we know you have been out
of humor for some time ou account at
ueiug poor door so now buy tbe U. S.
aud happiness will reign in your home.
For sale only by the Welcome Gro-
M Ullncr j- iuliic.
Commencing Saturday Sept 26 tb
and including the 9$th and 39th. I in-
vite all the ladies to call and see my
new fall and winter stylos.
Mils A. P. SaunH8.
Sums 107 Oklahoma avenue.
Grand tnilllnory opening September
81 22 and 33 nt Mrs. Lou Rogers 115
Oklahoma ave. 8U
Tor nrst-eluss paper hungmcr call on
L. Chrison 111 north First street.
The U S. Gov't Reports
fifotv Royal Baking Powder
superior tQ all othfrs.
Barnes t Impel M IS. Manstir and Oth
u. W llos. paotoi
W Ross patoi . Rcsidenee nt nnnr
north SunJ.iy -i ii'Kil at lo u ii t.p
worth leaane. i in tnuyn n line
o i lock; evening So'i'lock Utile school
8'45 .i m . 11. V. P. Jr .1 p. in . prayei
meeting and teacher' meeting Thur
'Stat " T f tn All eirdlally Invited
Miri-ti.ui lunch lOimi Vine and
li- ! mil VV A. Hum hn pastor
Ui'slilenpi 71' La-t sprlngc-i ummhhv
Morning ei iin1 11 a. in
n m Sun lnv "( lioul at lo
in . .tun
lCndemoi at ' o p ir . . I
s l . R. at
i'i.4'i I) m piavi meelli v
rAPiiliid at s p in All cordially invited.
Plymouth Congregational llroad b-
tween Oklalo a and Cleveland. Rev.
C N llneen pai-Mr rddnce Cleve a d
and Rroad. Morning service 11 o'clock:
vinlng 8 o'clork; Sunday school :4R
a. m. t hristian i;nu avor 7 p. m ; prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
West Side Congregational Church
Sabbath school 10 a. m.; preaching
at 11 a. m.: by Rev. Aiex M. Lennox
paster Y. P. S. C. M. 7 p. m.; W. A.
V J. Dwlnncll leader ovenlng isrvloe
8 p. m.; temperance rally. 4 p. m. Eve
ning song and discourse at S p. tn.
M E. Church. South corner of VIIm
and Ilrond street Kev. W. 1): UhtepM-
or re ldence drat door south ot church.
Morning services at 11 o'clock; evening
services at 3 o'clock Sunday school at
tta. m.; Itpwnrth League at 3 p. m.;
prayer raeetlog Wednesday evening at
First M. 13 Church corner llroad and
Noble J. D M. Ruckner. pastor resi-
dence first door west of church. Morn-
ing service at 11 o'clock; Junior Lesglfe
3p m. ; lipworth League. 7 p. tn.; even-
ing service. 8 p. m.; prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Presbyterian Church corner of Divis-
ion and Noble. Rev. A.J. MacGilllvrary
pastor rt-siden :e eq East Noble. Morn-
ing service at U o'clock; evening service
at 2 p. tn.; Sabbath school 0-4' a. tn.;
Y. P. S. C. E.. 7 p. m.; tiraver meeting
Thttrsdrv evening at BoVock. Every-
body '..v 1 1 to e.t'end ihese rvlce.
T1it.l1 - ' lurch r pi- ' pal. corner
Ni'i i i't l'i ad street R v. Dr. Rrooke
III. ii' i' . IJ. Nicholas rector. Holy
Coniiin..il'..i " !5 a. m.; morning service
and .unnon. 11 a. m.j zoning service 8
p. m ; Snnday school 10 a. tn. Wednes-
day ovenlng services Rt'S p. 111. Friday
Litany at lo a. in. the Holy communion
Is alsoadmlnlsieied the first Sunday In
oach month at 11 o'clock sorvlco tho
Holy days at 10 a. m. Every woleomo.
German Evangelist Church comer
Vilas and Ash street. Rev. O. Dltel will
prach at 11 a. tn. Sunday school at
10 a. in.
G. A. HUGHES 0 D. S.
Without if irrr . . ;Qaar-
vitnout Ja';" j-- . ;uaar-
Artificial Teeth on Any Base Desired. Over
a.wo to Delect from.
l'rlces llys T.OWIST for ItH-T WOIIIC.
OFFICE Knoms i.tand lover Hint Indian
For sale Milliard table See Oscar
FOR SALE in
The sole agent Win. Ritahaunt
pronrtotor Vienna TUUery snil Ice
CrsHni Parlor ill Harrison Ave
Cbolaest candle) on the market put
up in faney lion Hon boxes Specialty
of oatorintf to social part'os.
FOR THE LADIES
Gut Paper Patterns
The Rcpablic supplle Its lady rs4f with
cut iMpsr patterns of sit kinds tor la4ls
orirls boysasd msu. AU of seasonable gar-
ments of ttutlatcct ity las and at a coat of
Only 10c Mi
ElMwberethey coat from U to chU. !
aiaa of saw faroi ra pWlakal ovary
waaic ia tho Rspablic uliM order blank for
tha paturax Thoaasada of ladlaa la evary
atau hstra parcaasod tbeaa pattoraa durinir
tka paat yoar and ar a coaplalHt. Tliay
ar laraiasbla aad 'oa caa aava oa tbK pal-
taraa aloaa every yrar uaay tiwaa th price of
the papar. Sabecriba at oac.
Th9 Twice-a-Week Republic
ONLY 1.0(1 A VKAIt.
Tbs "Twlc-a-WeW" will be aeat fraa for
oae yc ir U aay pcraua aeadias baf're March
I aclabof tbreaaew yearly aabacrlbara wHfa
fS to pay for the am. If yoa waat a achate
of aaaaple copleii write for heat. Addreaa all
ardsrs TltK Ultl'Ulil.lt:
St. Louis. Mo.
LAD1HS PBMINGTON MODELr 21 PRICE SlOO
Olsmith Arms Co.
I IGNATZ MAYER M. 1
SH 3E3 C3 3C j
DISEASES AND SURGERY
SPECTACLES UNO EYE
TO SUIT ALL
Office 124 Oklahoma
Until September 3(tli I will do all classes of Dental
'Work for HALF THE USUAL PRICES. I need the
cash and 'for it I make tins cut and mean business.
All work will be warranted the very best but prices
cut square in the middle.
Southwest corner Oklahoma
e mistletoe bar
Cor. Oklahoma Aye. md Division
Ont' Bloc Fron Htvtt. rtuj-n
Caters to the Best Trade Only. B-s Gof.i
lr FtocW ail the Tirno
if-Vi;ir-0lil Whiskoj hii a Full line til titaiitlurtl CKhis
Fine Bill'mrfl P-irlor ' fU-phont- l)
If you ilo not notiiH u ruarkod change
(or the Wtior aftiT uslr u
for a few day you urn not lukiap
tho proper remedy and should
Eend at ouce for l)n. KlMiiKitt.Y
wh- will examine and proberlho
for you absolutely
FREE OF CHARGE
Hither at home or in his otfluo
Persons residing outal.lo of the city
can send fur a Kjinptuin lllbtik
whloh will onuble the Doetor to
intelligently ilingnoko your esse
and pre6oriuu tho proper remedies.
Call on or add roes
THE KlMBERLtEY PHARMACY
1111 Vint Htrrel
Colonel Ilulllilny 11 I'utloii l.Fild.r
TorEKA Sept 24. The allied silvir
forees of Top-iks etnbrscinir Deiuu
erst I'opttlisu und silver UcpuL.li-
ewtis. have united on Colonel C Iv.
Ilollid&y as their candidate for mem-
ber of the legislature from the city
dUtriut in opposition to IS. O. Mc-
f'tiTt frH --.
& DiC SS -aC'
NOSE AND THROAT
DEFECTS OF SIGHT. J
Ave near First StneU
0 A. 31.t(i li! Jl
J to ii I 11.
and First Street Up Stairn.
CARRIAGES AND SPRING WAGONS
Put Up To Order.
l'liutln .iii.l r-i.iiriiiK i!..r - in llrt.clacn r
tyle Stiop receull cnl.irgrd anil llttcd up
rttn late ltnproTuinenl-
'ia DIvIkIuii Mrrvt
16 TO 1 SHOTS I
Silver Dollar Saloon
1'. 31. WYATT. Prop.
Victor Building comr UarrUon and Flrt
Tbe best of Liquors ami Wines in
Stock. All brand of lleer. Cigars and
Tobacco. Krt-tj Lani'hcs fcuived ou
Hsturday cyniuira Patrons are al-
lowed to settle the fli. uncial ijuohtion
while di.in businesK with this popular
I.Mwtu I- riiuru. Ilyliic
Nkw Yoiik. .sept. i. Udwin V.
Thorne the actor is in a hospital
here suffering from n form of brain
dnease that ! regarded as Incurable.
Ho is tho son of the lute uotor.Clmrles
Tlioi ne and a brother of the Into no-
tor Charles Thorne. jr. well known
to California and New Yorka'idlennes.
Are Indeed net models aud not '95 puttcrr
masquerHdlng under the guise of '90 wbccU
PttbHu spproral has clearly demonstrate
tbnt the exclusive and practical llominfrloi
iwprovt-iuents are fully appreciated by good
riders everywhere aud the uuivt-rsal roputa
tlon for exi-rtleiioe aceorded itemlngtn pro
duets during tbe pit 8u years is of lteelf I
mMclent guarantee tlat to buyiug a Rem
tuton you can nae no mistake.
Handsomely illu.tratd catalogue dcscrlb
In? new models will be sent free to any a I
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 98, Ed. 1, Friday, September 25, 1896, newspaper, September 25, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73734/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.