The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 117, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 17, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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Ttfi LSA&SB &UTiifiS.QSl5AH0M
iriiii??! SsiwMft 3 WaWlMitoti tH
Entered In tbe post office at Guthrie OUa.
ti teconiKiui mill natter.
By the Leader rtlntln Compny.
LKStlK O. NlIlL.iCK K.tltor.
OfllcUt Organ of Oklahoma Democracy.
The ontclat Otcn of Lojan Oonnty.
Tint Lkkvxxi Bindery Is one of the bMl
Institutions of tho Kind In tho West and is
dally tnrnlnuout largo quantities of work
ttond In yonr order for binding and blank
books and they will bo promptly attonded
TnK Daily Lxadeh accept advertis-
ing with tho distinct and positive guar-
anteo that It has double tho paid
circulation of any newspaper published In
One month. dcllTorcd In city -I JO
One month bjr mill
Tnrce months l 55
six months 3 oo
Ooe year.. ... 6 uo
Six months W
One year ....... ..i 00
SATURDAY ODTOBBR 17 1800.
WILLIAM JENNINGS ARYAN
I'or IlelnRato to Cuiicrim
JION. J. Y. CALLAHAN
- OfKIUBlUlivr Connty.
for Council Ninth out J
Per Assembly Seventeenth Cist .
.Ji. . .Dr. W. A
For Assembly Eighteenth dlst...
. :. W. L. Sullivan
FiiEK tiLvr.it Ticicirr.
Bncrlff- J. 1. McDanlels
County Attorney a a. Hornor
County Clerk Mrs. Annie L. Vincent
County Superintendent . ..
Hurvcvor. . . ....
Commissioner First (list...
Commlriioner Scrv-nJ dtst
Justices of the Pcate...
I). Q. Woodwnrt!
...J. If. Scarr
..C. T. Millard
.. .Dr. A. L. Illcsh
W. K. I'hcnls
i A. S. Uolmbcrg
( I) 9. McKay
i Ed. llentley
t a. O Salle
COUNTY CKNTltAI. COMMITTUU.
Antelope Ed Olsop
llecrCrcefc J. 11. Casall Guthrie
lllsdiark -8. W. lllckum. Orlando
Cedar. .....it. I Hancock
Cimarron. J. llrynn Lanxstun
Crescent J. U. llromi
Uuthrle.. II. II. Hagan
Wrst ward .. . L. a. Nlblack
Recond ward . . II 8. Donnelly
Third ward .... r. W. Heat
fourth want JMt. FincL
I'lfth ward east . John T.Taylor
Fifth ward west MUtiatrl Wnile
Iowa . ii. T. nar!. Oaideii
Iron Mound JiiiijMmirii.i
Lawrle N. l'onter. Uui.irii
Mulhall.. vv.H M.iuii-
Oak View .. J.iuiei. Uivell. standard
Orlando Junu Maiket
KoscIUU... .Wui i:ur Mulhali
Seward h M. i.b
Springer II. W. Hattilie. Waterloo
Spring Creek U. W. Su-berl. lownk
Sprlnerale I'etet McMurray Sprinnvtlc
Woodland . .. J. S.llurnoti. Guthrie
Cimarron J. M. Tarrant. McJClnloy
Cit.viit.MAX Iliu. UiiniRA Is hard at
work presiding over a vacuum.
Now that f)u Muurlcr la duad the
gentlemen who claim Sha1tcspaa.ro
didn't write will probably talto up his
1'liE Now York World is njjhtlnff on
imaginary truut merely to jlvo tho
real trusts u rest without arousing the
(suspicions of tho people.
Okjui.kmh.v In tho gollory will please
remove their hats whllo actor Flynn
gives an Imitation of a man letting go
of a hot thing.
Tiik peculiar rumbllnir In tho west
Is duo to Sly Oberlander's feet striking
terra Anna. 6I7 in enrouto overland
to Loau county to help defeat Mrc.
Vincent for county clerk.
Densir Fly.vn persists in the state-
ment that tho silver question is not an
issue in Oklahoma politics for the rea-
son that our delegate has no vote
Strange lsn.t it? Does not Dennis
claim that he passed the free homo bill
through congress even though he had
no vote? Come. DennU. be consistent:
If your Influence was groat enough to
secure a donation id tho people of
$30000000 would it not bo proper to
infer that you would have sorao little
influence in shaping financial legisla-
tion? The people of the territory are
cot fools and your dodging the most
vital question tho money issue will
not wash. Wo are going to send
to congress a new man Dennis and
one who is not only right on the free
homo question but who is also in line
with Jlryan for free silver. Alva
Absolutely free it cost for c
LiniTUD Tinn only
Tle People's Couimou Sense Modical Ad.
Mr uy u. v. Merce ii. u.
Chief Consulting Physician
to the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute a book of
ion laoiV jWKCf over 30a
illustration some of lliem
in colots bound in rtron
usner cover to anv one
se iidinif at cents In one-cent
stamps t covtr cost of mail.
inir otilr. Over 6Ho.coo
conies of lids cotnnlete fam-
Mr Doctor Book already eold in cloth
blading at ftimlar price of $t.ja World's
UlifE.NSABV MU'ILAL ASSptlATl.JV O
til WklB tUreet Mu&itu fi. Y
MR BRYAN COMPARES
HIM TO GOLD LEADERS
INGERSOLL AND HALSTEAD
tVlml TIipj Hutu Snld roiitrmlUU Imt
Tliry Arc KrtjlnR Ar I'nlltlcHl
Clmnge Artists .lump I'roin t)nn
Milo to the Other Mko Clrrun
Acrobat 'Oil on Ailvlro
Oisaki) lUi'tiw Mleh. Oct. if. -W il-
Ham .T. llrynn Ins nlflit addressed in
this olty ono of the inrgwit ntidipnecn
ho has yet spokon to tlurlng tho whole
campaign. There were three meetings
nrrangod for one at Cniupatt square
one nt l'omjrs Opera houae whpre he
ntldre.)fsd tho women of (.rand Knpid
and the other nt lAckcrby hall. "
Wiilo tho specrh to the women a as
not the principal one in regard to si?e
Mr. llrynn made it of special interest
in his nrraignment of Kepubucnn h-ad-ors.
He put Clonel llobert tJ. Ing.r-
soll Mitrot Halstend. ex-l'ivsldt nt
Benjntubi Harrison nnd Sk-erotan i.f
the Treasury Carlisle In tlie snm-1 at-
gory as Stevenson's .lekyll andll.tde
Ills dennnrfntlon of them was .'ath
in;. It was as follows:
It will be remembered thai a Uu
years ago there was a great dial of
tall: nuoui n ciinrneier 1 uo 1101 unoiv
whether I ought to call it a rlwraetor
or two eharaclci bul It wus Dr
.lekyll nnd Mr. Hyde. You will n-
muinbor that the snino person njpcnrcd
nt dlJItsront tlmen Ih different ehBrnc-
ters. Ono time tho mnn was n giotl
man benevolent kindly disiHisod: at
another time tho $tnne jerBon whs a
mean man u villain waking to tnkt)
human life. "
"Mr. lnger)ll is now nMnjr his
great weapon ridleule ngnlnst all
ver. Lot mo show you what ho
once Bald on tho othor side of
tho ouastloo. unil. iuv ' fritmdn. lie
will have to talk dlongtvtituV beforelife
enn nnsver what he has said on our
side and I think It Is fair for us to as-
sume that we still have with us nil
thoso who hnvo not been rtble to an-
"Here is what he said in n speech
made mhws years ago to the farmers
nnd is published in pamphlet form by
O. S. linldwin 1SI Mndlson streot Cht
cngo. lie .yt: Tor my parr 1 nn nor
nhk any interference on the part of the
government exeept to undo the wrong
Ft Iiun done. I do not ask tnat the
money be made out of nothing. I do
not nik for tho prosperity born of pa-
per but I do ask for the reinoimtla-
tion of silver. Silvia was demonetized
by fraud. It wns an imposition upon
every solvent man a fraud upon every
honest debtor in the United States. It
assassinates labor. It was done In tho
Interest of nvnrico and greed and
should bo undone by honest men The
farmers should vote only for such men
as nre able and willing to guard and
ndvnn' the interests of luixr.' My
friends that Is what he stiid when he
tnlkeil to the farmers some years ngo
nnd what he said then wns ir-ro. H
was true then; it is true now.
"The silver of this nation was ex-
cluded from the land by a law that
was novor discussed by mankind. No
one will ever claim that tho Anieriocm
people ever demanded the demonctiwi-
tion of silver and yot my friends that
law pushed secretly and in the dork
hns been on the statute books ever
slnoe. We have modified It to some
extent but we have never been able to
undo It. Yon will notice that one of
the most distinguished jonrnaHU of
this day one of the inont eminent men
in his profession Mr. Marat lIulsU'iul
is doing all he can to maintain tho
gold standard in this country.
"Let 1110 rend you wlint lie said on
tho Slth of October lsTT. I take this
extract from a letter of that duto from
tho Now York Journal of Saturday
October 10. In that letter nineteen
years ago Mr. Halstend said: "This
llritish gold polloy was the work of
exports only. Kvaslon was essential
to success in It nnd possibly becmiMj
coin was not In circulation and being
out of public view could bo tampered
with without attracting attention.
Tho monometallic system of the great
erodltor nation was thus Imbued upon
tho great debtor nation without de-
bate. Munit Halsteud called it a
Urltlih policy. It was u- llritish pulley.
It is n llritish policy to-day nnd what
we ask Is to replace the llritish policy
with an American llnauclal policy.
lint I will go to larger men. .loliu
O. Carlisle who to-day stands as tho
representative of those Democrats who
believe in 11 gold stnndard spoke on
this subject in lS7e5 and ho salif: "This
contest must not cense nnd will not
cease until the Industrial clusscs are
fully and flnullr emancipated from tho
heartless domination of syndicates.
stock exchanges and combinations of
nioney-grnbburs in this country and in
Europe. That Is tho language my
friends of John (1. Carlisle In 1ST9.
And he went ovon furthor than that
"JIu said: 'We will pass measure
after measure of relief anil if Ui
President vetoes these lnessuros una
we cannot pns them over his veto. e
will put tlieiu in the approriation bill
with the distinct understanding that If
the people oan get no relief the gov-
ernment can got no money.'
"Do you know of any more emphatic
condemnation of tho systom than that?
And yot. my frionds that heartless
domination still continues. The in-
dustrial masses have not been muim-i-pnted.
"Lot mo road from the Republican
platform in 1S8S upon which lleiijamiri
Harrison was elected I'residuut uf the
United States. In that platform 1 lind
those words: -The Itopubllcan irty
is in favor of the use of both gold and
sliver as money nnd eondems the olky
of the Domocrntie administration in its
efforts to demonetise silver."
During the day Mr. llrynn spoke ut
a doseii illolilgun towns. At all stop
made during ma nay the yellow
badges of tho gold standard advocate
I.sie llullor 11 Siirprln'.
lIliiAio N. V . Oct 10 Greatly (o
the Mirpiiae of about too people nnd
nitot eiKiiu)ly to tlie surprtM- of Joe
llutler. that dusky lighter vas laid low
last night by . hurley felton? in lets
than tiM' inln litis aft.-r ill. v
doilllt'd the ipils to light.
One SjiauUli Kplidllluii l.ueil.
Maiuiim 1 Vt. 10 Aii rttllelnl dis-
patch from .Maullhi. eopitnl of the i'lill-
lipplne Islands auuouuec that the re-
bellion In tho island of Mindunuu the
second largest uf the einp. in ended.
La Grippe for Golds Coughs
AND LUNG TROUBLES
'Two rur .11 I had the grippe
audit loft iui with 1 rough which gave
mo no Tdt- nijjht nr d-M-. My family
physician yrrsmlicd for me changing
tho tredirinr a1 ofton as lie fonnd tho
Chings I li wl taken werr not hslplllg
me.hiit in i t. . f ii ii inl.ini I- I got
no lirttrr I'm ill' . mv li'i-li mil -rrnil-tng
ou" d m .' i '( ftli in. in lio lmd
li.id tli" 1 i' " 11! i in. '1 ' ' il'R
Ayer'n Tin 11 v I' . t. i.ii . innl fur
me U I'olli- nt !..-. Ill' '! '. .11 1 1l (. i
I had (at 1 u h li .: ii 1 1 . 1 1 uuJ I
have ui-tJ tin- I'. ri.i ;i 1 1 in . 1 1 .Irm
and in uu fi'j'.ih li ' 1 v. tun.
nnded tt and 1.j loui"' r 1 --t tlr
far Colds io.'ili sn.l I. in 1 ni '. -Kuilv
VtKin N 1 1 1 ' I ' 'M
Ayeis GSiernf Pectoral
Highest Honors nt Worlris -alr
Clear.te the SyttN with fiyer"i ;rji?;n!la.
IS' Li3SBSSg3g 'JJ.!XI"" ""1)1
It. no inrinE
Topbka Ivan. Oct. 10. The follow-
ing tolegramwasdeliverd to Abe Steln-
borger secretary of the so-called mld-dle-of-the-rond
State committee yester-
day: Ulcerated throat will prevent my
keeping appointments. 1 greatly ro-
crct tills. The middle-of-the-road
I'opullsts nil over the union have
my sympathy nnd admiration.
They have been sold out and their
party innde a foot-mot for Demo-
cratic politicians to wle their feet
on under the hynooritionl pretense of
patriotism. The fnsionkts nave aban-
doned jirinelple and gone Into ti mnd
Kcrnmbfo for the pie counter. If llrynn
is defeated it will )e the fault of the
traitors in his party and ours who
have ignored the St. Louis compromise
nnd tried to force tho Vopulttt vote
for Sawall the bondholder national
banker corporation plutocrat and gold-
Thomas K. rox.
AVIll Not Call ou AVfttiOii.
(.'uicaoo Lict. lit.- Tho projected trip
of the committee nppointed by tho
Populist executive committee to call on
Mr. Wntson hns been nbandoned.
four kTllej5near MENA.
I'rrnmtnro JUjilodoti 1111 Hie Hhiishh
til. J'lltsliiirjc Utilf Mnn.
Mkxa. Ark . Oct. Ifi. A courier
brings In the word from Kennedy's
camp on the Kansas City Pittsburg A
Oulf rnllroml of a preiauture explosion
Into last evening. Four men were
killed outright mid several more in-
jured. Contractor Kennedy is Imdly
hurt. Doctors have gone to the scene
to Oftro for the wonnded. The camp is
about twelve miles from here.
This Is the host medicine In the
world for all forms of Coughs and
Colds for Consumption. Uvery bottlo
is guaranteed. It will cure and not
disappoint. It has noeoual for whoop-
ing couch asthma liny fover pneu-
monia bronchitis la grippe cold in
tho head and for consumption. It Is
safe for all ages pleasant to talto aud
above all a sure euro. It Is always
woll to taWo Dr. King's Now Life Pill-
In connection with Dr. King's New
niseovory as they regulate nnd tone
tho stomach and bowels Wo. gunr-
antofl prfoot satisfaction or return
money. Pros trial hottles at 0. U.
llenfrq's drug store llsgular six SO
conts and $1.00.
Pan-American Medioal cougross
Mexico City Mexico. November 10 to
10 180. Por this occasion the Santa
Po Itoute will soil excursion uUet&
to tho Olty of Mexico Mex. at ono
lowost far for the round trip. Ulslc-
ots on sale November 7 and 10 good to
return until December 31. ls0.
B. Little k Oo.'s
Erase the Name you do not wish to vote for
Vote this at Lillie's Drug Store. Kee conditions below.
Our vote for President is: McKinley 300 Bryan Mi.
CONDITIONS OF VOTING CONTEST
Kaoii purohaso of Uo ntlUQ8 tht purohassr to ono vote for your choice
of tho name montlonert &bovc.
The winner will gt a lioaulUul Clold Headed Cano valued nt 816 00
wLloli will be lorwardtd lo him by us m comlpT fiom the people of TvOgan
No vote wili l solicited and uono mccpted unless roado at time of
purehatc. The ballot will bo lurnUhed upon request should you not have
ow asd only OKU vote will bo counted for each ballot.
At UHt' Ir tore you can buy Droga of all liluda Hooks School
suppiio. siaUuvwsr. 'W. fc l'aitB- Wal Ver' ?lu Va!Me8' Pfr
fum?6. TobMco Cai. Ifctt W ar agontH for Co'.umbla llIeycle ihe
best In the wojlj.
F. Bi Lillio & Go's Oruc BoK lid Km Otpoti
J D DaLols D J Morris Mro Arihio
L Vincent A L Ulosb will apoik as
Thursday October IS 730 p tn
Ohartor Oak school house Springer
Friday October 10 7:30 p rn renter
building dpringvalo township.
Saturday October 17 an all day
uteotlng Fisher's grovi- Illiiarok
J II Scarr V doConnehey J I Me
Dnnlols nnd W II Plionls as psr follow-
ing pnlnto and dates:
Tliursday Oolober Is 7-3o p m
'-!ninp Uussell sohool house Lawrle
Friday October 10 7.30 p tn. Teller'
Silioot houso Woodland township.
Saturday October 17 7:S0 p 111 an
nil dav meeting l'isher's grove lils-
C 0 Hornor Tenguilay D J Vmi1.
worth will speuk as follows:
Thursday. October 15 Uanucr school
house. Oak View towimhin.
I'Vlday October 10 l'leasnnt Vulley
school house Marshall township.
J II Scarr D MeConnulioy and W L
Siiillvun will bpaalt as follow:
Monday October 10. 7i30 p tn Stock
ado school house iron Mound town
Tuesduy Outober 0 7:30 p in Fair
View sohool house Seward township
Wednesday October 31 7:80 p in
Union or Hialicr's sohool house Spring
Thursday Ostober 23 7:30 p in La
Hollo school house Spring Creek town-
ship. Friday Ootobor 83 7:30 p in Hsn-i-oeli
school house Cedar township
Saturday October M 7:30 p 111 Ilrud-
ford's school house Lawrle township.
Teacue Itay D O Wood worth J C
McDanlel and A L Hlch will fill ap-
pointments as followt:
Mondtiv October 10 7:'l) p ni Ctiar
tar Oak school house Springer town-
Ship. Tuesday October 207:30 p m Center
building Sprlngvalo township.
Wcdnosday October 31 7:30 p in
Tompoy school house Hear Creek
Thursday October US 7:30 p in
Ryan's Halfway house Iowa town-
ship. Friday October 23 7:30 p m Coulter
school house Antelope township.
Siturdny Ocrobor 24 7:30 p ni Me-
Klnloy Cimarron township.
D J Morris 0 O Hornor Mrs Annio
L Vincont and W R Phcnis will spcuk
Monday October 10 7;30 p m. Town
Houso Hear Creek township
Tuesday October 20 7:30 p in Ryon
Half way house Iowa township
Wednesday October 21 7:30 n ni
McKlnlcy Cimarron township.
Thursday. October 22 7:30 p in.
Lsngston City Antelope township.
Friday October 23 7:30 p in Camp
RusboU school house Lawrle township
This Is Your Opportunity.
On receipt of ten cents crsh or slaniw
a tneivus cample will be mniltfd of the
uiust poi.ular Cutarrb uml Hsv I'cvr Curs
Kly's (.i.-iiin lm!m) snulolsnt to dnnon.
e trite the grcttt nirs of I lis reistttly.
60 ViTurrsn fc Kew York City.
T!ev. John RM Jr. . of Great 1'alls Jlotjt
recoiDineuded Ely's Cieani llalm to mo. 1
oan oinpliftnise Iiih htatctnent "His a posi.
tivo euro for enlarrli ir nn-vi lunllroclail"
llov. Fmnuls W. Poole Pastor CsntrnlPres.
Church Helens Mont.
Ely's Cream Halm is the acknowledged
oure for catarrh aud contains no mercury
nor any injurious drug. Prico CO cents.
Two Iliindrcil unit 1'lftr Dnllitrs llewnril
far tho Assnislns of Ulrlch JenUlnii.
Ity virtue of the authority vested in
the Governor by tho statutes of Okla-
homa Territory the undersigned will
causo to bo paid n reward of S250.C0
for tho arroat and conviction of tho
assassins of Ulrlch Jenkins who was
brutally murdored In Logan county
about two miles oast of the city of
Guthrie on tho night of the 7th of
March 1S0S while on his way to said
city with a load of wood.
Witness my hand this lOlli day of
William C. P.p.Nrnow
Tnos. J. Lowe .
Sccrotary Oklahoma Territory.
trX?'k3L& 3XT IE- C51a.e!sssa.JB.S5
THE BEST GRADES OF COAL
CANON' CITY J
Also SOLE AOEST for the Genuine 31cA!oslr Coal which
takes the place of Onita and Canon City for every purpose. Will
give you prompt deliver'.
OFFICE AND YARDS 421 OKLAHOMA AVE. MIOSIS No. (.
Th Kaiser Xot Vet Ctottttcil.
Tho German Wmperor has hovef been
crowned neither wns his fatk'cr Bm-
poror Fredbrlok Jn tho cnio of tho
present ICniter thocoromony waa omit-
ted for economical reasons. EmpCror
Frederick died boforc thsre could be
any talk of a coronal ion though
whether it would havo taken place oVsn
lind the IEraperor lived is doubtful.
Prussian kings have tho tijlit to crown
thamiolvos it they wish It a.nl tho
privilege of dispensing nlth the cero-
mony If it is preferable. Kaiser WIU
helm I. was probably cro.vned becmtio
h waa not the direct heir to the throne
being the son or l'rtedrlrh Wilhcltn III.
Frledrieh Wllln-lm IV. hid io sons.
A t'olur Knnty.
"Sir" said a disappointed artist In
water colon to ono of the jury of
awards at the art exhibit "my name is
Dmn and I am white with rage to
think that you should he so graen as
to call my painting vollow. My spirits
aro bluo and my eyes red with wooplng
a? I look upon the black future."
If the American republic falls It will
bo through Indifference our accursod
"good nature which blinds us to our
dangers." Indifference is the bosettlng
tnenaco to tho porpotuity of our form
of covernment. Rnbbl Joaoph Stnlz.
Many lives of usefulness bave been
out short by ncylort to brrak up an
an ordinary eold. l'neumtinla. bron-
c'lltis nnd even coiiumptioti can bo
averted by tho promp' use of One
Minnie Cough Cur.' F II Llil'e &.
Co.. corniT Ilnrrlsnti and Fut trertfi.
C R. Renf'r.. t01 Olnhoina BTiDiie.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors nt every world's fair
ArG the Best
IS.ISWSMSIJSlS SI S SSSSlSsaMStiSSrf MS '
Equipped in the
NEATLY nail QUICKLY.
SEND FOR PRICES.
LEADER PRINTING GO.
QUTHRIIf. O. T
11ETAIL DHALKllS IN
It you do not notice h marked change
for the Wetter after ualng
for a few days you are net tablag
tho proper remedy and should
6end at onoe for l)n. Kimiikhly
who w-lll examine aad presorlb:
for you absolutely
FREE OF CHARGE
Hithtr at horn or In hie oflka.
Persona reeUUiiR outsUo of tho city
oan send for a Symptom Jii&nk
whleh will esaDle the Doe tor to
Intelligently diagnose yonr CAht
and proscribe the proper remedies.
Call ou or address
THE KIMBERLEY PHARMACY
JU0 flnt Street
GUTHRIE - OKLAHOMA
Mlllfl t-1ll nrlfl tuni"
is auu uiu hiiu nun
3 nfrrrr' cri'it- ncr r1iii
jS. 1 3w jK s s T -MA 4rstar
(I 4 11 f
Provided y)iutfS!$ 'rill
R iVCLAIREiTTE SOAP ;M
11111.11W& uuuu V4?V VlUUUbll.i
H Mk i
takes the yellow out of clothes and whitens and
M softens them. Not injurious because it's pure.
gWill pay you to think to ask for "Clairette."
pi Siold everywhere. Made only by
Tlir. N. K. FAIRBANK
We will pivo $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 OVERCOAT for the Second Best 10 Ears.
A $10.00 SUIT OF CLOTHES for the ThirdBest 10 Ears
WE WANT YOUR EGGS!
We must have 50000 dozen eggs before November 1st.
and we are prepared to pay the very highest market price.
We want fresh eggs from farmers only. No dirty sun-
burnt old-hold salted or pickled eggs wanted. Bantum
and guinea eggs go at half prire.
We Must Have These Eggs!
And for a further inducement we will give to the Forty
bringing us the highest number of eggs before Novembt r I
a Handsome and Convenient Patent Egg Carrier.
Also to the one bringing the largest number of eggs Vh4-
will give a Handsome Eight-Day Clock.
Count to begin October 1st and close October Mil
Prizes will be awarded on and after November 2nd.
Don't Forget Our Special Bargain Oays!
FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 is bargain day in Hardware Tin w.m
Quecnsware and Glassware.
Above Soles Will be for Cash Only Eggs Will Count Same as Ccsli
Don't forget the Corn Prize for it is an advertisement for
you as well as for us because we will make an exhibit of this
corn for a period of not less than one month in our store or n-me
convenient building1 with the grower's name and addiess on
Reniomlxu' We Hiiro Got a Cotton Win and it is rum ing
constantly from daylight until dark regardless of the untruths
that some of our pin-headed competitors arc saying about it
Some men will stoop very low for a dollar.
We will exchange Groceries Dry Goods Glothing llu.it-.
and Shoes or anything in our line for good white corn anu will
pay a little better than the market price. Also a limited amount
of yellow corn wanted
702 Noble Avenue West Guthrie.
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best G th
In Stock all the Time
15-rear-Olil Whiskey aud a full liue or Standard CIgarv
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone N
OSGAR HAMILTON. Manap'
Tailoring Cleaning and Repairing.
Dyelcg a Specialty.
Its W Harrison. Guthrie 01f
b. 'sr j
but the fault of the
soap that your hus-l;
band's shirts are not
while. Don't scrub
them out usincr an
COMPANY ST. LOUIS.
STEHCIM SEALS CLOTH BARKERS
MADE ON SHORT NOTICK
Ana at Reaicmaule Prices. AH V.'urk Cluar.
anteert. Wylte for price of what yu want.
J. P. HAYDBN.
1805 Mercer SI - . Kansas City Mo.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 117, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 17, 1896, newspaper, October 17, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73753/m1/2/: accessed May 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.