The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 102, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 30, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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THE LEADER GrTHKIEOKLAHOMA.
Highest el ail in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
1 . uge&s& JnOWCIr
CITY IN IHUKF.
I'rriil l 1'ntnU nd Matters TrnuiplrlnS
In ana Almttt the OI'T
.1. i mRivuU s over from Ml Heno
I a eiMieyor is here from Gray
Dltnpt court opens at Oraml on
8llver elub roeetlnp at district court
Judge Rarnum snd L J Pont are
Iters fmm Ponca
The eathrr seams to hare declared
for th.' cnld standard.
It '. an Vliet I' 8 A. of Port
Ueno - at tin- Royal.
Deputies Deo Slormer and V. M.
Canton are in the oily.
i'eter lioyo lost eight head of cattle
this week Texas feter.
The lcst way to reform Turkoy Is
for the rivllired powers to "gobbler."
Itememiier that 25 cents admits yon
to erervtlungon the state fair grounds
iocwy Booth of the Tulsa New Kra
Is in ttip city with a wagonload of cot-
ton Attend the state fair and take your
friends along Only ar. rents to see
Harry Wolff of Oklahoma City Is
playing with the regimental band dur-
ing the fair.
Hon A A Uyors is down from New-
Icirlc attending court and. Incident-
ally the ntate fair.
I'eter Mnroella la under urrest
charged with opening tt letter ad-
dressed tn his uncle.
The lHla I'ringle Opera company
will open the season at the McR"onnon
opera house October 1.
W. li l'ayne waved the bloody shirt
before a few fro?eu Ttopublloans at the
g o. p wigwam Monday night.
Company A O. N O will give a.
dunce nt the opera homo tomorrow
evening in lionor of visiting soldiers
W. A Shea of Shitltz Co Hunt-
land was in the city yeatordny and
sold a bill or fine goods to Willis the
Uepnty Prank Canton claims that ho
has locatod Qoorgo Taylor tlio Mcaks
family murdarcr of Missouri in the
Prof. D XV Pitta played two violin
solos in a m&Hncj nJiicli 6howod
suDorlor abilist. Joe Herald " At
ino operause tonight.
All raemVJpra of
the Bryan ami liule-
pendont Proe Silver
elubs ahouhl at
tend the meeting at the district court
room tonight Important
Col. McOinty has a Mckinley button
with windmill attachments .lohn
(loloble rubbored on the button and
terms It a "beaut' almoltitrly.
l'rof. D W l'itts .hurmoil the uudl-
once with hltt violin t-eloofona proving
Ultnselt an urti t .if high merit.--l'uoblo
1'inefta n. At ilw opera house
iih. via Agent l.awrty arrived hoine
iab .iiiib '"in iniUSi nuciu uu
uttonded com t He spont several days
travollng over'aml with the Tarsney
An interesting exhibit at thu fair If.
the Irrigation display of SJohwab &.
Mark war t whose claim la located one-
half mile north of town. It com-
prises every varloty of vegetable
known all raised by Irrigation.
Mrs. 11. h Rtrough roturuod last
evening from Texas whoro she has
been visiting her husband for the past
two months. She also accompanied
him to Dallas lo the Sovereign (Irand
Lodge. Mrs Htrongh was one of
thren hnndrtd past noble grands on
whom the aeeomuly degree was con-
ferred. Mr. Strongh will return to
The Kansas City World says- Chris
Masden. now in the ofllce of I'nlted
States Marshal Shelby but formerly of
the Indian territory yesterday re-
ceived a tiead necklace from the
duughitu of the late Cheyenne chief
Whirlwind Madsen and old Whirl-
wind were fast friends and on the
death of the latter he left his enuaw
and children to Madsen who never
rlalmi'.t them however.
LK0ISLAT1VE N0311N I2KH.
It K lltliolt HemlBnteri tr Ataemlilr
Iron the Twefltr-tirth niitrlM
special Daily Leader .
Woot'UABii Sept Sit. D P. Warum
nominated in fusion ticket for council
from Thirteenth district. it 0
ElehnK trr?er county nominated for
assembly from the Twentyflftb dis-
trict o nomination made here for
Twanty-b.ub dltulet an 16eth ballot.
Later John L George Democrat
was today nominated for representa-
tive lutheTwenty sixth dialnet on tho
Highest Honor Worlds Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
a purePape tieam of Tarut Powdu. Frc
item Anvrvwiw Alum a sny ether sidtcrsr.t-
40' Yean ths StSfcdas&"
sam) him niter IT.
Story or .lndc Tartnej'i Conrt Parly In
Special to Dally Leader.
Txjoa O. T. Sept 26. The Tars-
ney court Is water bound. Talo-
ga Is located in a bend of the
South Canadian river on the south
side. Imagine a quarter moon and
yon nave the kind of bend tho river
makes the points to the south and
Taloga on tho inner or south side.
This stream which for nine months
of tho year is a waste of glistening
sands ever changing with tho restless
currents of the winds tho inero skele-
ton of a river Is now a raging foam-
ing torrent three fourths of a mile
wldo and deep enough to swim a horn.)
In almost any part of it And yet ditto-
ing the dry season tt is by no means
safe. The sand Is often more deadly
than the water. Swallowed by this
monster arc the bones of thousands of
cattle and woo to tho unwary trav-
eler whose feet sink into its soft and
yielding surface. As court Is "billed"
to be "pulled oft" at Grand the county
seat of Day county sixty miles dis-
tant tomorrow a desperate attempt
was made to effect a crossing this
morning. In endeavoring to effect
such an in Han named Red Rye was
drowned after which tho effort was
given up. I'nless there is a decided
tall by n cr it court for Day county will
stand adjourned by the act of Clod
through tho Instrument of the devil
the South Canadian.
Court ban concluded Its labors here.
Not a case remains on the docket for
tho first time In the history of tho
county. Two Important felony cases
were tried by jury line on the terri-
torial side James Holcomb defen-
dant for the killing of Joseph
Ilouahcr. County Attorney Springs-
ton Col. David Nation and' Col. John
Stone prosecuted while Roy Hoffman
and Ed Rlack defended. The jury
roturned a verdict of guilty of man-
slaughter in the second degree and
tho dofendunt was sentenced to the
Lansing penitentiary for three years.
On the federal side XV. A. Huffman
ex-postmaster was convicted of cm-
bczzloment Roy Hoffman prosecuting
and Prank (llttcth nnd Col. John Stono
defending. Ho wos sentenced to one
year In the Leavenworth penitentiary.
ISveryono speaks in the highest
terms of Judge Tarsney A commit
tee of loading citizens representing
the best element oi all parties called
on him yesterday and thanked him for
the able economical and satisfactory
manner In which business had beon
discharged for the people. They said
for the first tlmo In D county a crimi-
nal had been pttiilshod by tho law
for his misdeeds; that thoy felt now
there was some other security besides
tho Winchester; that tlioir disputes
had been settled and the ontire post to
Uitvcounty was less than S300
Mrs i'arsuey and Mlaa Hoffman tho
ladles of the camp are general favor-
ites nnd they are nccorded that re-
spectful admiration which Is always
manifest In the spirit of the west.
They are tho first women who have
ever extended the courtusy of a viBlt
to tho counties of western Oklahoma.
Mrs Tarsney has nlmost rocovcred
from her accident received in Outhrie.
Miss Hoffman has learned to be an
expert wing shot and only the statu-
tory game laws prevent great slaugh-
ter. Politic is boiling and it bus boen
difficult to get jurors and witnesses
away from political mcotlngs long
cnottirh to attend court. Col. John
Stono and Judge Gillette addressed a
mass mcotinir TuutBdav nialit on tho
I blessings of tho gold standard and
wero replied to by Hoy Hoffman nnd
Senator I) r. Alarum tho ncsl even-
ing. A close canvass discloses only
nine goldbugs in D county and the
Indications are llu will join all tho
others in voting for Callahan and freo
Pension lCxamlner Pfush O'Laferty
Hpccial Agent Prank ltcobo and Gits-
tavtiH Adolphus Piatt of Tho Leader
are also of our party. There are
musical Instruments and those who
know how to uso them whist games
and those who think they know how
to play them. And while the river
runs high as 1 write this cloudless
night tlie tents are brilliantly lighted
some are reading some arc writing
some listening to Judge Tarsney toll
how much better this Is than congress
or relate a true Irish story in the Mb-
ley or "parlor" tent a bright lira of
cedar blazes and our animated game
of whist is on; down by tho wagons a
ilddle pours out its soul in melody
accompanied by the low sweet insin-
uating plng-plng of a banjo a bene
diction of the beauty of the night; a
full moon throws a flood of silver radi-
ance over all and thus dispensing jus-
tice In a country whore you can't uso
your railroad pass Is not so much a
hardship but something of a plnaBuro
af tor all.
The Trite Itemedjr-
V. M. Iteplne. editor Tiskilwa. Ill
"Chief" says: "Wo won't keep house
without Dr. King's Hew Discovery for
Consumption Coughs and Colds. lSx-
perlmontod with many others but
never got the true remedy until we
used Dr. King's New Discovery. No
other remedy can takes its place In
our home has In it we have a certain
euro for Coughs Colds Whooping
Cough etc." It Is idlo to ozperhnent
with otucr remcuiec even it tnoy aro
urged ou you as just as good as Dr.
King's Now Disco veiy. They are not
as good becauso this remedy has u
rceoru OK euros and uesidos Ib guaran
tcod. It never falls to satisfy. Trial
bottles free at C. It Uenfro's drag
IIANNItlt COTTON W1SRK.
Eipcctnl That 1'Itb Thousand Unlet Will
lis Marketed ThU Week
The present week promfciee to be
the banner wetb of the cotton season.
Buyers estimate that S.000 bales of
cotton will be marketed this week at
bang up prices. Monday 28? bales
were sold t " to ''.sfi. Seed brought
ItoSM At so' eloek yesterday thirty-
two wagons containing eighty cotton
bales In all stood In CoyU'e yards
The week 6tarts on? briskly and will
break the reeord. New York and ual-
veston markets wero live paints lower
than Quthrle markets Monday Tues-
day 37J beleB rrcre marketed. Prites
ranged from Q M to 7.J0.
AinlR-miifnt of Dlntrlct Court Cnaei or In-
tern! to Lltlgnnti.
In tailed States district court yester
day Judge Dalo assigned the cWll
docket. It Is given below In full.
National Bank of Outhrie rs DoiH et al
I'abu Brewing Co. vs KraU9nlrlc et at
Swan r CUT Of Guthrie.
rabit Brewing Co. vt Krausnlck et al
city ui outhrie v Ttioass
L'lty ot aoturie rs lcrebs.
ritr of Qutbrle rt Handsll.
ityof onthrte vstapleton
Lanxr vs Painter et al
I'onnty CommlMloner r llarvej
Martarry v Kendall
Oopeland V MNaltt.
Meal vs Itoagers.
Hannlwlnckel r 3andfi .a
Thwlne it Oohfen s Slew art.
Ilntchfns v SMtth
Guthrie Nlttonal Hank v Brown
W:ConnehcT v Mogan county.
Hank of Indian Territory r l'egan
Hank of Indian Territory v l'rlre
llank of Indian Territory v Leonard
Itank of Indian Territory vs 'rl-r
Met Nation Dank viorav. rte
lteall vi Mutual Mfe Iniuranre Co
Whlteacre v Hank ft al
McNeal s Spenrer
Dwlnnell vs Kdwanl
Uohtn vs UntiUla
Mcfonnehey vs Hinlth Drue Co.
' m & Strang v Mllcheil ct al.
Adams vs Biting.
Hamilton vs Pentecost
Happ vs Schmidt
1 reeman vs Moyer
Core vs Smith.
Sporeleder vs Ileadles
Cummins v Stephenson
Tarker vs Capital City Hank.
Howrrdvs Commercial Hank.
Kbernardt vs City of Quthrle
Mitts vi City af outline.
Wright vsClty of Onthrle.
Holes vs Cltv of Onthrte
Hansom vs Jones.
I'nlted States National Hrnk v Na-
tional Hank of Outhrie
baux vs mty ot Qtithtle.
city of Quthrle vs Taylor et al.
Hrown Hook nnd Stationery Co vs
Swofford Hros vs Nerrklrk
8vms Grocery Co vs Bnrtorrt
West vs Wilson
rarwui vs Jacobs
Hoyle vs Trott et al.
in rr assignment Anna Martin.
Mitchell V" Mitchell
Hank of Indian Terrltnn vs McT.l-
nlnney. Reeves r Ballard
HeeTf s vs Haliard
State Capital Printing t'o vs Cameron.
linker vs Thomas.
Lewis vs DeWitt.
Tllghman vs Silvers
llarlghorst vs Ilartwell
Pitts vs County Commissioner j
Wear vs Itlcr.
Grand Rapids School FuniltuteOo. vs
School Tnrp IS
Hank Indian Territory - Sprlnfvale
Pltti vs Login County
llenacuter vs Benicoter
rclsness vt Jay
Troy vs Grand Lodg'' A O. V W
norland vs Cannon
Saner us Brooks.
Schocnwald vs Linn ci el.
Miller vs Morrison.
Pentacost vs Stiles
Sheriff vs Bherlff
Herrv vs Berry.
l urner s Turner
Itoblnson vs Robinson
r.rans vs Urans
Thompson vs Thompson.
Todd vi Todd.
Uacknt vs Hacko
Church vs Church
Craw r Craw.
Ootohsi i "
WelJershelm vs Smith
Turner vs Stile.
Hoard of Qdncauon vs Stiles
Kingman Co. v Koyser.
nucfianan vs Logan County
Fonts v Ott.
Mend your address to 11 11. Ilucklen
v Co.. Chicago and get a freo sample
box of Dr King's Now Life I'llls. A
trial will convince you of their merits
These pills are easy in action and aro
particularly elfeettve in the euro of
Constipation and Sick Headache for
Malaria and Liver troubles thoy have
beon proved Invaluable. Thoy are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
every doloterlous substanco aud to bo
puroly vogotable. They do not weak-
en by their action but by giving tone
to tho stomach and bowels greatly In-
vigorate theBystcm. Hegular sl70 35c
per bos. Hold by ('. It ltonfrn drug-
I'mrreilliiga nt Yeitvrilsj'it HHilon -L'a.es
In the district court yMt-r.lay the
jury In the ease of Territory vs. Al
Mltohell returned a verdlot of assault
with Intent to kill. Sentence was not
passed on thu dofendaut.
In the ease of A. H. Meal vs. John
A. Itodgers appeal from Justice court
for servicer In repairing a wind pump
tho Jury roturned a verdlot for SI 50
and coats In favor of the plaintiff.
Paul Hteadmau vs. O U. Pegan sat
tied tind dismissed
Mary J. Robinson was grantod a
divoree from Frank Hoblnsnn on the
ground of protrnoted and oontinual
drunkenness and neglect of marital
In the case of the county commis-
sioners va. Cora V. Harvey (nee Dlehl)
ex-rogisler ot doeds and her bonds-
man W. 11. Ilaxter Louis H Pitts
John Catnmack M. Collar et al tho
court overruled the plaintltl'u de-
murrer to the answer of tho bondsmen
and rendered judgment in favor of the
bondsmen releasing them from any
obligation on the bond on the ground
that tho law of 190 did not provide
for tbe giving of a bond and that tho
commissioners had no legal authority
tn exaot the same lieforo turning over
tbe ofllee to her. This dcolstonlsln
lino with the decision of tbo supremo
court In the Mtllikou bond case where
the ex-alty olork was sued by the city
nn ills ottlolal bona ueorge (larduer
representing the defendants Mr. Hus-
ton representing the eounty elected
to stand on his demurrer nnd toob
time to uppoal
lilt Darlington Wis. Journal says
editorially of a popular patent medi
cine. "We know from exporlcnoe that
Chamberlain's i olle Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy is all that Is ulalmod for
i' as on twn occaaiona It step pad as-
..ruelattng pains end poaeibly saed us
fr..m au untimely grave. We would
not rest easy ovei night without it In
the bouse- ' ThU rvmedy undoubtedly
saci morr pain and Butter'ng than
an other mediclao tn the world.
Tverv family should keep It In the
bouse for 11 . sure V be needed
eooner or later For sale bySoatonlen
Q I AS Hl d ty the statements of lead-
IC ing dtuggiit everywhere "how
that the people hse nn abiding conf.deaoe
In Hood i SarsaparlliA. Utrat
f a proved by the lontary stat
V M ICS nwnti of thowands of mn and
women show that Hood's Sanaparllla ne-
tually does possess
!9rAAt ovw u ''1 imrifylng en-
Usr rlchlng ami invleorntlnit the
blood upon which not only health lint life
Itself depends. The great
Qnntace ot Hood's Ssrsaparlllii In
wUCLCSD nittni others warrants
you In believing tliat a fslthfnl use of Hood's
Sarsaparllla will cure you it you suffer from
any trouble caused by Impure blood
lstheUnTnicIll.)odPiitifii'r All druggists SI
Prejiaredt.nl bC I Hoodftf'o Lowell. Mass
li.- eas lo take eas
to operate. 25 cents.
(.UTUlUti DAY AT I-Mllt.
'romlnimt lluslne's Houses Will Clone
L. i ' -Mid A. V. Saunders yester-
day caVH"od tho business district
with the following petition:
Tills is to certify that we the under-
signed merchants of the city of Outh-
rie do heroby promise and agree to
close our place of business Thursday
October 1 from 1 to p ni
Stowe Hardware Co A 1' Hatimlers
Geo II Willis Hank Indian Territory
Levy's Wee Hive J M Lyon 15 II
ICnauBS L H Jackson W W McDonuld
Harrett A Hon O P Cooper .t Hon. 0 M
Owens 'Kimball Grocery Co. N M
Carter Mrs Lou Rogers W R Mollltt.
S n Arrell H T Franklin W L Rhodes
Randall & Oliver H Col man J A Hop-
kins Olstnith Arms Co Tout
Hlrschl M. A Clark. R Miller A Co
O M Sharum .t Co . Arkansas Lumber
Co. A M Fowler Mrs A V Saunders
Hen F Rerkey P J Hollman
P Newman (1 W llruce F K Hough-
ton Joe M Roads V XV Rlttorhusch
from 3 till r. p. in. F Adler MiBtlotoo
Har Mlstletoo Har 2. Mosc Weinber-
ger John Helstrom Reaves Rros. R H
1'orrack Spencer t Co K Coolt Ontli
rle Dally Leader Capitol iNanonni
bank XV C Qoldy Stnndard Fnrnlturo
and Sowing Machine Co Huntor v
Son Mlllor Thornton & Voss Sen-
delbach Ilros F.iscnBchmtdt .t Wee-
kel Tho Rush (W T Coleman)
Snencor Hardware Co 12 to ft o'clock;
Guthrie National bank 13 tnniglil:
Ramsay llrothorH C W.. White. H. L
Cohou Fariuhhr6oii .t Morris 1 to li
o'oloon J. G. Poland llugel Hros J
M. Allison Armour Pocking Co. Tho
Mercantile Co C. M. Shnrtcl J. II.
Fray-tor O. M Massoy F. Wlnkel. D
III Ooodo Star Razaar John Phillips
Sklllo Patterson D XV. Stearns F.
Flnnlgnn & Co Jno. Schmidt H. R.
Hfcrr L. It Twlng.
j If your children are subject to croup
watch for the first symtom of the dis
ease hoarseness If Chnmbsrlaln's
Cough Remedy is given ns soon a tho
child becomes hoarse It will prevent
tho attack. Rven after the r.roupy
cough has appearod tho attack can
always be prevented by giving this
remedy. It is nlso vnluahle for col Is
and whooping cough. For sale by
fleatonian Drug Co.
TWO GLUHH IN ONI.
I'liui In Cniimillilnta the Tita l.ncnl Hllrer
'The Independent Free Sliver club
hold a meeting Monday night and
after some sharp debate the following
resolution was adopted:
Whoreac In the city of Guthrie
thoro are now two organisations work-
ing in the cattso of free silver und
recognizing the good and oilletunt
work of our tvorthy chairman R. S
Reaves and his aides and recognizing
the fact that in union there is strength
therefore be It
Resolved that we. tho Independent
Silver elub of Logan county unite our
forces with tbo liryan Silvor club pro
vlded tho liryan Silver club combine
with us on reasonable ground nnd
make a combined movement of both
clubs to work In harmony with tho
county and territorial silver commit-
tees to carry tho county and territory
for free silver and Callahan
It 9. ReA-vks. Pros
C. J. Troiir. Hoc.
Ron'r. Mi Rkynoi.ks Cor. Sec
In nursunnco. of above resolution
we the afllcers of tho Independent
Silver club of Logan oounty call a
meeting at tbo United States court
room of tho liryan Silver club and the
Independent Silver elub to ru-organlxe
both clube into one joint ciun for the
cause of free sliver.
C. J. TlOHV
R. a Reaves
When tho hair begins to fall out or
turn gray tho scalp needs doctoring
and wo know ot no batter speolfle than
Hall's Slolllan lialr llenewor.
Are t lib Dog's In Professor lltntrj Oam-
Professor Gentry who Is the ac
knowled forotnoat animal trainer ot
the period and whoso company of
educated dogs and ponies have do
lighted the denieus ot almost every
known part of the globe will visit
this city wills his company of ariato
cratlc and sagacious animals some one
hundred in number who. It is bald
have never been equalled from a point
rtf IntnllLrAnen H'liAtr trill nrrlrn In
their own private oars and will exhibit
under a thoroughly waterproof tent
located in tins ouy on nooie avenue
near Division street on Wednesday
anil Thursday nights Beptamber
and October 1
Tbts exhibition which is very at-
trnativ to 1H!m nnd e.h!hlrn mr.-.cU
ally will no doubt receive the hearty
support oi our eii'.iona- xne prices oi
admission aro: Children IS adults 'J'
in a M i ' ni
WauteO - At once active agents fur
e&oh oonnty Bxeluslve control and
no risk Will clear 11 to SS hundred
dollars a year. Bnclotc stamp for full
particulars or V cents for i sample.
Bio mrisa Mineral Water Co Rig
' 9 39 Jmo
Tha Lthdcr at tbt 7alr.
ftDurlng the fair the Daily Leader
will pr.n r ooo extra copies dally The
Leader Is not only tba -est but the
most enterprising papefln tbe terrl
tory. The Loader has tfie" largest dally
and weekly circulation bfclloves In
legitimate competition and has a scale
of advertising prises which tt firmly
adhere." to. Tho Leader docs not be-
lieve In charging ono merchant 81 and
another 5 for tho same Space. If you
wish to keep posted read the Leodcr.
Are yon tired all tho time? Then
your" blood needs to be enriched and
and purlfW by Hood's Sarsaparilla
the Ono True lllood l'nrfler. It gives
vigor and vitality
Hood's Pill's aro easy to take easy
to operate Cure Indigestion bilious-
Sllvtr Men Attention.
A special meeting of the liryan club
Is called for Wednesday night at he
court house. II D. Nix Pres.
I.kpi.h: Hush Sea
Street I'mmle ToiIrt. .
I'l.'f Geu try's dog aud pony show
will parade the streets today at noon.
All the decs and hnreoe will partici-
pate in the display which Is said to bo
very unique and equally hnndsomc.
The tent will be located near tho
A large lino of high und low grado
heaters sold aud exchanged Cook
stoves repaired on short notice at M.
Collar's South Second streot Guth-
rie. 0 30ml
Prof I) XV Pitt of this city is t).i
most noted guitarist in the state 'lit
Is ti pupil of Romero aud is one of the
few guitarists who p'nys the wo lis of
Verdi Roseei'i nnd MenrilokRuhn on
his Instrument Ft Worth Musical
Journal Hear liitn nt the opera house
Two story house 11 rooms kltehon
nnd good cellar stable buggy feed
and chicken house and waterworks.
All situated on three improved lots
with u vuriety of fruit Terms easy
and satisfactory 10 1 1 F. Noble avo.
Apply to land oflloo 3tf
vVnnted A white girl for general
house work in n smiill family Inquire
of D II Ooode corner First street nnd
Harrison avenue. 3U15
Don't fail tn try the Gold Medal'
Hour made by SVashburn Crasby Co.
ot nlinnoapolls The finest In tho
United Staled. Took the medals at'
the World's Fair tho Cantanuial and
the St Louis ISxpotdlton. The Wel
come Grocery Is solo ngonl 10 tf
V man aud hU wife can get comfort
able room and good banrd nt a reason
able rate at Mrs. Newton's 41B south
Flret street. 37tf
Commencing Saturday SepL 26 Ui
and tnoludlng tho 38th and 30th I in-
vito nil the ladies to cult and sen my
new fall and winter styles.
Mns A. P. Sadshkus
SOwiJ 107 Oklahoma avenue.
Tho U. S. Gov't Reports
fiftotp Royal linking lowder
superior to all others.
Northern Plonr nt the Wnlroina lirocery
Just received a carload of the relo-
hratod U. S. Patent Hour mndo from
northern hard wheat tho finoht. in tho
land. Try a sack and be happy once
more as we know you l.nvo boon out
of humor for some time on account of
using poor floor so now buy tho U. S.
and happiness will reign In your home.
For sale only by the Welcome Gro-
cery. I Snil
Coininaiiulng SatunHy Sept. fUh
and including tho Sii'h and C9th I In-
vito nil tho ladlna to call and see my
new fall nnd winter styles.
Mns. A. P. S.iuNnmis
50sv3 107 Oklahoma avonue.
Mrs. Newton has removed to (lit
South Flret street Table board 83
It you want bills distributed any
where In Oklahoma write Smith tho
bill distributor box 2fi0 Outhrie Ok-
lahoma. Ill If
Oittstdora having advertising to do
Porry or Outline plonse write Smith
tho bill distributor box 900. Outhrie
TltU In Your OpiHirtniilt.
On receipt of ten cents rash or stamps
a generous sample i ill be mailed of the
most popular Catarrh nnd Hey Fever Cure
titty's Urcani Union nutHoit-nl to demon-
strate the great Hunts of liu r.medy.
64 Mitmu M . New Vcrk City.
Itev. John IteM. Jr . if (ir.at Falls Moat
recommended P.lv's Crc-jui Halm to me. I
can emphasize hi b(bk oi.-ut. "Jtisaposl.
tire cure for catanh if u-s.'d us directed."
Ilev. lraneis W Poole Pastor Central Pres
Clmroh Helena Mont
Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged
cure for caierrh end coulaine no mercury
nor any injurious drug. Priee CO ente
Por sale Itilliard table
llnraa Yonr Olmnre.
Plenty of old papers 10 cents a hun-
dred at the Leader editorial rooms
all and lay In a supply at onoe
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
GUNS PISTOLS AMMUNITION BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE
Oidestand only exclusive Gun and SprHqg Goods House in Oklahoma.
and Held joupled with ap honesT deshre tjJ.serve our customera well I worth
. - KUWU 8u u buu .tiiucj wwo
goes wiiaou saying mat u you gel it
AUCTION SALE AT THb
3ATUR0 Y OCTOBER 3.
Tho FollovrLiK Hoods lo
200 yds. of Gingham.
200 yds. of Calico.
10 Fine Dress Patcrns.
100 yds. of Toweling.
L'fi yds. of Table Linen.
10 Ladies' Cloaks.
20 Pairs of Ladies' Shoes.
10 tloz. Pairs Ladies' Hose.
10 doz. Pairs Men's Socks.
10 Pairs oi Men's and Boys
Choice of an Suit of Clothes
in the Pouse.
Now good people this is not a closing out Male but mt mi
loading to make room for Winter Goods. You all know ( heap
John well enough to know when he sells anything at .i.u lion
that he turns it loose without limit. So don't fail l attend
this sale for there is sure to be Some Great Bargains And 1-in't
forget the fact that it is the best place to get goods for the I. asl
money in the Territory. Give us a call and go home happ
THE AUCTION SALE
Cheap John Bargain
loti HAIililHON AAE
s:e jes cs ac
SPECTACLES AND EYE
TO SUIT ALL
IN PRICES OF
Until September 30th I will do all classes ot Dcnt.it
Work for HALF THE USUAL PRICES I muni ti.
cash and for it I make this cut and mean bu&iius.
All work will be warranted the very best but prue .
cut square in the middle.
DR. PEOPLES The Dentist.
Southwest corner Oklahoma
Gun Makers and Dealers
And Sportsmen's Goods.
jjjWJtt u P i iWMwBC7AJtfcrT7rJf1:yj.'E
1 1 rr
uf gooa maKBrs ana mea Dy jjooa people tuo place to nntl it u with .ia. and it
aiu.'smltb'a it will be O. E in price quality and material.
He Sold al Public Auction
10 Pairs of Overalls
10 Pairs of Pants.
D5 Pairs of Gloves and Mills
2;'i Men's Stiff Hats.
1 Gold Watch.
1 Silver Watch.
200 Pine 10c Cigars
20 lbs. of Good Tea.
1 Ladies' High Grade Wln-.l
1 Gents' High Grade Wheel
Your Choice of anv 0 eunat
in the House.
BtGINS AT 9 A.M.
(JlTIIUIi: 0 T
j. Xji x "ac8
NOSE AND IHROAI.
DEFECTS OF SIGHT.
Ave. near First Street
- !M444S444 &-' $4$i.
Ave. and First Street Up Mairs.
tsi - .krn sU-Mfi .VTyinsr7-slt:n THJW
-TwevtyfiTa years' 'experience in shop
something to you. If tou aro '.. nir
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 102, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 30, 1896, newspaper, September 30, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73738/m1/4/: accessed January 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.