The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 137, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 10, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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itm MBJLDBil. QOTfiKlil OKLaHuWA
W. L. Douglas
5; 3.00 SHOE
Sfe. JS& it
BEST HT THE WORLD.
A J 5.00 SHOE FOR fj.00.
itvlUh durable and fttied-Uttiag qualltks
absolutely necessary to make a finished shoe. The
cost of manufacturing allows a smaller profit to dealers
than any shoe sold at $3.00.
W. L. Douglas $50 $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the
productions ol skilled workmen from the best
-.t-t t-l. - . I-- .t... u u
material postoic iu pui iihu iuo vju u
The "Belmont" and "Pointed
Toe" (shown In cuts) sill be
the leaders this season but any
other style desired may be
obtained from our agents
e io enlr llio bot (Vilf Rnuls OaU
all colon) French l'atmt Calf Stench
Limmrl. Vlrl Kiri etc.. (traded to corm-
.mnit trttli nrlro. of itift Hbn.1.
if dealer cauuot inpplr ran write
W. I. DOUGLfcS Brockton Mass.
also $20 and
$2.25 shoes for
$2.00 and $J.fe
The full line for sale by
sr-. s -sarir -tr -ms teaa" mw Enr-n &c "
j-jrjfj. kr ja .- jt.jtcm .a. 7je&
l3orner First and Oklahoma - Guthrie O. T.
LEADERS ALREADY PRE-
PARING FOR 1900
BIMETALLIC UNION ACTS.
General A. J. Warner Issue tin Address
to the Silver I.rngue. end lllmtlnllla
rntnm of th" I idled lntp -
Headquarters I" Mulit-
tnlueil nt Washington
nil San rrnncl.ro.
in otir liouee spick and epan ami
you hardly feel that you've cleaned
them To trmMer your housework
and not let it mister von -use
:c .mi -. j a
o Ni oBEO-
Railroad Tlmo Tabic
What Tells in
AtctiLou Topcka A Hnulu He.
nortu"east AND WEST.
Arrive i Leave i Arrive i Arrive
IWol Qnthrlc I Guthrie titan. City jChlcago.
5 S5a m
ft 15 a m.
5 08 p.m.
7 00a in
u nOti. ra. i9.4"a. m
0 Wa.m. JlO:30p.m.
12 l& p. m i Local Freight.
south s' tnnEAST and southwest.
"Arrive " "Leave Arrive I Arrive
loQuthrlc Qnthrle 1't. WortblQalv's'n
ltu?iW:25 d7 m 12 35 p "in i 9:l&p. m-9-a.m.
h05 10:58 p. m 111 OS p m
i-a2 IS p. m I 1 00 p. m
8:10 a. m. 9:30 p.m.
IW hours to Los Angclc.
Free chair cars on all trains. I'ullmun
Paluco slccpern to Kansas City and
Chicago without chango. Also to Fort
Worm ana utwvesuon. connects at
Nowton with Vostlbulo limited having
chair cars. Pullman 1'ulaco and com-
partmontslcopcrsnnd dlnlui; cars through
to L03 Angioo anu nan u:ei;o aito wuii
train c&rrvlnK chair care rullman and
Tonilstslenpers to El Paso Los Anglos
una tun uraueisco. MJirougii raiiroau
and steamship tickets sold to ail points.
rajfoiiKcrs dooktu ;o an points in iiii-
continent of Uurmo; also irom any
Lori or Inland no nt in liurono tiirougn
to any point In tho Unit d Stntos. Pr. -paid
tickets paid for liuro will bo deliv
ered to pussengeis at thoir rosldonco In
Kuropo. l'cr iuu particulars can on or
addnss. OoortroT. lcholsou O P. A.
Chicago; W J IHacU A. G. P. A. To-
poKa Ivans. i. u. ueutnuy iKuut
G. H. WILLIS
Clioctaw Oklahoma nml (lalf It. H
If you do not notice a tuarltcd chango
for tho bottor after UBlng
I St. Louis
l Muscogee 3 4Dp
i 12 15a
Sand I'll Spur
t3 15p 12 30p
for a few day you nro not taking
tho proper remedy and should
Bond at once for Dit. KnuiKltr.Y
who will examine nnd proscrlbo
for you nbsolutoly
FREE OF CHARGE
Either at homo or in his ofilco.
Persons residing outside of tho city
cun send for a Symptom Blank
whl li will onablo tho Doctor to
'Intelligently diagnose your case
and prescribe the proper romedics.
Call on or address
THE KIMBERLET PHARMACY
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. meets
Thut sday evenings of each week at 7:30
In Victor block corner First and Harrison.
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
P. 1'. dATCHKLL M. W.
C O FINCH Recorder.
I8 4iu 1012
-M K &.T -A T
t Daily $ Kxcept
St L. AS 1
AS. P 1-0 R
For rates and other information apply to
J P HOLDEN. Uen. Traffic M'gr
South McAletter L T
GUTHRIK Lodge No. 2 It ol P. meets
every Wednesday at 7:30 in their hall
'n the Victor block corner First and Harrl-
on. Visiting knights are always welcome
W. II. MERTEN C. C.
J POUCART M of F. and It of R. S
Washington. Nov. u. The campaign
ior tho free coinage of silver will bo
wnffed with vlL'or ilurinir tho next four
years tu preparation for the election of
1900. Tho director of tlie Amononn
Blmetnlllc union who constUuto the
bulk of tho silver leaders In throo par-
ties hnvo decided to maintain head-
quarters In this city from which to
send out literature.
The branch otllco nt Chicago will bo
consolidated with tho Washington
office hut the Snn Franclsoo brnneh is
to be continued. At the request of tho
directors General A. J. V.trner the
president of the union. hn Issued tho
following nddrcs. to the Slim" leagues
and Bimetallic unions of the 1'nltpd
"Sllvei has lost In this election but
the battle for the overthrow of tho
cold standard has not ended The
disastrous results that must attend
upon the continuance of tills stnntlnril
uinkc it impossible m lennqttisit uie
struggle against it until it Is finally
"Tho irold standard cannot be main
tained by increasing revonues beetiuso
revenues nre not paid In gold. Tho
attempt to maintain the gold standard
by perpetual loan must nl'-o. sooner or
"The victory for gold i a victory ol
trusts and syndicated wealth brought
nbout by corruption and coercion nnd
not n victory of the people or for tho
people nnd it cannot last. There must
be an end nlo to the constant npprect-
ntion of tnonev.
"Tho battle therofore for the restor-
ation of silver must go on without
abatement 1 urge upon all silver and
bimetallic leagues nnd unions to keep
up their organizations nnd to eontlnuo
the fight tllMletorv for the jieople Is
"The noble tight made by our In-
tropld lender In the enmpnlgn Just
ended endears him to all wiio behove
in tho righteousness of our own cnuso
nnd under his leadership we believe
victory will be won In 11)00.'
TO KEEP UP THE FIGHT.
ltrpiililUn.ll Nutlonil C'omiiilttii Will
Kirp Mr. llrj mi Conipin).
Xkw Yoiik Xov. I). Chairman lian-
nn of the national llopnlilienn commit-
tee proposes to ehockinnto Mr. llrynn
nnd the other ndvociite of free silver
coinage who nun ounce tlnt they In-
tend to keep up the light for their
Mr. I liinna proposes to keep thu na-
tional committee nt wmlc. lie dooi
not want to see (lUaniiainont at this
stage of tho tight. Kven without tho
warning of llrynu's letter he recognizes
the necessity of keeping up the fight
against free silver
The national committee which usu
ally slumbers through the internl of
three and n half years between cam-
paigns is to be very much ttw ake and
busy through the next four yours if
Mr. HannaVi Idenc nre carried out. and
doubtless thov will be.
His plan is to have a continuous Re-
publican campaign for the ne.st four
yenrs under his direction liendquurters
to be established In New York or Chl-
cogo with officers In charge from
which literature will be nent out and
speakers assigned to keep up the fight
against free silver.
l'lnuiiclul Hupport for llrjitn.
San Fiiaxcisco. Nov. Q. Charlaa D.
Lane part owner of tho Ution gold
mine announces that he will give Will
iam J. Bryan financial support in his
advocacy of bimutnllUui. Tho Callfor-
nlnn will sec to it thut Mr. Hryuu'B
traveling expenses uro paid nnd that
tho living expenses of himself and
family are paid during the onnipnign
of education which he propose) to con-
duct during tho next four year.
Does two hours uoik in . mi
Sold everywhere Mule only In
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
IM.V. Il.tMll t..it !) r'l-. 'i4ita.
r-'iZjbr '1 1 'J' M
I I L stf
Outsldora having advertising to do
Perry or Quthne plcuso write Hralth
tho bill distributor box 200. Outhrle
For salo B'lllard
table See Oicar
Tailoring Cleaning and Repairing
Dyeir g a Specialty.
119 WJUarrlson. Guthrie OU
OUR LOKG SUIT
i mil. '-e - - t(
Fifty head two-year old owes want-
ed at once A4v'y or.wrlto to Loader
ofUce 1 tf
for Hale An nvorett piano hand
carved ninhugony case wooden harp
cost nno 00 nljiost new Will sell
choap Mrs .lucoh Corbett 1011 east
Noble. . 7tf
Second hand coal heaters of erory
description for sale cheap. Staves ex-
changed by M Collar South Second
street Outhrle. M. Collar 10 30tf
Three new classtH in pi'iwnaushlp
will bo organized at the Capital City
Business college Mondav. Nov. 0
1800 thu first class meeting at 8-30 a.
tn. tho second at 1:30 p. in. ondtlin
third at SIS p in The attention of
all clerks and pnpl r of the public
schools Is asked ami . jail for partlt)
ulara Is requested. It. A. naffnoy
Mrs. Newton has removed to 514
South first street Tablo board S3
p r week.
- ' -p
(looit Lot for Hitle
Two splendid residence lots on
Drexel-buulevard on Capital Hill for
ale very cheap Apply to Geo John-
son. Rpja1 hotel
Tor Kent House of 8 robms on east
Noble ave. Good stable and chicken
home Mrs Jacob Corbett 1011 cast
Noblo ave. 37tf
Tho U. S. Hour took
urns at tho state fair
you will use no other.
Grocery solo agent.
all ft rit preml-
Try a sick and
For Sale Hasoburner heating stove
for eoal or wood; nenrly new Call ut
liellman's harness shop. Sltf
There Is qulto a difference between
the jewelry work dono by make shift
and experts. 1 have had norao work
dono recently by .1 W. Pcrrlcr in the
Eagle drug store and the quality
clearly demonstrates that he is ait
.irtist in his choson trade Thoe
looking for good work atid courteous
trealtnont cannot go nrm&s by patron-
uz g Mr. Kerrler Mis. A. Vincont
A man and his wifo can get coin for t-
ahlo room and good board at a reason-
able rato at Mrs. Nowton's H south
Nee Smith tho bill distributor
Chase A Sanborn' eoltce can bo
found onlv ttt the Welcome (Iroeeiv. as
we are sole agents 'f I
Is to suit the people with
a suit of hair that suits
Suits everybody that trios
It so if you want to be
Pan.Amorlo&n Medleal congress
Mexico City Mexico November 10 to
101800 Kor this occasion the Santa
Po Route will nell exeuriiott tickets
to the Olty of Mexiao Mex. ut one
li.iKn. frta . !. M.11. hIi. l'l..l.
lunua 11 V IUI 11V IJ1IU Vlll. IIU1 j
ots on sale November 7 nnd 10. good to
return until December 31. 1890. '
Doctors prescribe it
Druggists sell it.
And we guarantee it
To Cure All Scalpisnd Follicle Ailments
Yours for Long Haii
KNOWLTOH DANDERINE GO
GUTHRIE O. T.
16 TO 1 SHOTS I
Silver Dollar Saloon
P. 11. WTATT Prop.
vlctor Uullillng. corner Harrison aria First
Tho ba&t of Liquors and Wines' In
stock. All brands of Boer Cigars and
Tobacco Free Lunches served on
8atur'" evenings. Patrons are al-
lowed to Q'ttlo the financial question
whlli do ng business with this popular
Hugh H. McCreary
r'irst-Clahrt Uigs Always Ready.
(lack tine running every day between Outh-
rle and Ob.ndler wnt Sundays. U S.
Matt. llsmOor istaadVllas.
STEHC1LS SEALS CLOTU
MADX OK SHOUT NOTICE
And at UMsoaabtt Prices- A1 Work Guar
anteed. Write for price of what you want
J. P 1IAYDEN
1605 Mercer fit Kansas City M6i
First published in Tho Dally Leader
Notico for Publication.
Land Oftlce at Qnthrle O. T.ct. Si
Nfotlca Is hereby given that tho foflb-v-Ingnnmw
soUler has tiled rotlcouthls
intention to mako Qnal proof lr support of
hli claim and that said proof will bo
made before the register and rocolvor
Of tlie United States land nfllco ol
Ottthrln Oklahoma IVrrltorjr on Deceti1
ber7 1SW) viz:
Chariits A. Urysun fot tlmr hf seqr
sec 33. tp 19 r I w.
lie names the following wltnetles to
prove hit continuous residence upon and
cultivation of aid land viz:
Calvn K Brewer Henry B Brown.
James H. LUrand Robert H. Fore all
ot T hi" ; T
.i"t)! A N .1 Ciioou Register
Indian Her vice Kiowa Agency.
Wrlle Smith the bill distributor box
Just received from a Now York ait
school a large line of the latestdcslgus
In kHIc embroidery and stamped linens
Would lllte the ladies to call and seo
them Mrs. Cnl Ornor 1021 E. Noble
Anadarko. O T.Toct. M. 1CWV
SEALED PROPOSALS. tmilDrsari: ' Pro-
postils for Lumber and Shingles" and ad-
dressed to the undersigned at AnadarKii
Oiclahoma Territory will lie received at this
agency until 1 o'clo it p. in ol Tuesday Nov-
ember 21. 1894. for .urnlsulng and delivering
at this agency and at Fort Sill suti-agcncy
about 000000 feet of assorted lumber and
1500(10 shingles a full list and description of
which together with nunntllles required at
e-.-h point may be obtained bymnnlngap
p.'.caiionto the undersigned.
lllddcrs win state clearly In their lilds tho
proposed prirc of each article and point of
delivery All goods must be of merchanta-
All articles delivered under contract will
be subject to a rigid Inspection and must be
delivered within twenty-live days afler notl-
jiLauonoi acceptance ot oius.
And the Best
Whiskies Wines and Brandies.
'SPECIAL UltEW" FOK FA3III
U H0TTLES FOR $1.00.
The right Is reserved to reject any or all
inns or any pari 01 any uiu u ueemco inr
the best Interests of the service
I'.aclt bid must be accompanied byaccrtl-
lledchecic or draft u)Kn some United States
dcosltory or solvent national b.tiiK In the
vicinity of the residence of the bidder made
payable to the order of the rr.mmlssloncr of
Indian affairs for at least FIVE I'EII C3.VT
of the amount of the proposal whlcu chncic
or draft will be forfeited to the United
States in case any bidder or bidders receiv-
ing an award shall fall to promptly execute
a contract with good and sunirlent sureties
otherwise to be returned to the bidder
lltds accompanied by cash In lieu of a rer
tided rhei K w 111 not be considered
For further information apply to
10 21 U
t'APTAIN I' II BALDWIN
Adlngl s Indian Agent
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
IO It M Meets every Tuesday night tn It
K of I' hall Visiting chiefs always wel-
come. W. E. II. SEARCEY Jr.
M.H CHERRY. Chief of Records.
UTHRIE Lodge No. 8 I. O. O. F. meets
Mondav niuht of each week at 7:30. Vis-.
ttlng Odd Fellows always welcome.
FRANCIS A. MEYETTB N. O.
O. W. HRUCE. Sec'y lock boat 179.
OKLAHOMA Encampment No. 1 1 O. O. F.
meets every Tuesday evening In Odd
Fellows hall at 7:30. All visiting patriarchs
welcome. S. II OLSON a P.
B P. MERTEN. Scribe.
TV TDTUAL BENEFIT TO LADIF
I VI furmsh employment procure help; buy
sell or exchange fancy articles novelty
goods periodicals etc.
WOMEN'S INFORMATION nOREAU
Room 20 Lyon Hlock
Cor Harrison and Division.
GUTHRIE Camp No. 3 Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday night In the
K of 1' hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
come J. n. TOWERS Clerk.
LEO VINCENT. Con. Com.
Tho Rhine Tho Alps and Battle-
flold line of Ameilca. In connec-
tion with tho Big Four Route via
A modern train elc-
trlc lights steam heat
ed observation car.
1 W this famous train ot-
mrruat&nMiiafl fers the beat service
over the best track and best road bed
to the east through historic regions.
H a McGulre T P A Dallas Texas.
a B. Ryan A Q P A Cincinnati Oblo
H W. Fuller Q P A Washington D. C.
I ORDER COAL PROM
I The Gutfirie Coal Co.
Telephone No. 54.
I Yards Cor. Fifth and Vilas.
GUTHRIE LODGE NO. 2
A. F. & A. M. Regular meet.
lng third Tuesday evening
In each mouth at 8 o'clock.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
n. F. ARDERY. Sec.
E. S. DONNELLY W. M.
NAOMI Rcbekan Loage wo. z 1. u. u. r
meets every Thursday eveulngat 7:30
In Odd Fellows ball in the Weinberger build-
ing Visitors welcome. .
s ADELLA HOMSHER N O
BIRDIE SCOTT. Becy.
llet .Mukv. lilin Hit Ilxlle.
MiLWAt'KF.n. AVIs Nov. 0. Pred
W. Burke who bet hU ultlzeushlp on
Bryan and lost says ho wlllgo to Cuba
as soon as he am arrange his ulfuirs.
lie says there is no country that la
worse oil than the United Sin toe anil
that he Will bo the gainer whurevor ho
goes. He hah until January 1 to get
Imllnn Dunce Till Morning.
pExncu Noli. Nov4. The Winn.
bago Indians iu Thurston county like
nil Republicans have grown enthusi
astic over tho election returns nnd
reveled in a gorgoeus fenat and Indian
dance on the reservation Saturday
t'ortfollo for AllorUiu.
Lincoln. Nob. Nov . -The live
stock men of Omaha. Kunims City and
tho Wost generally have inaugurated a
campaign to secure for "Farmer" Sam-
uel Allerton tho position of secretary
of agriculture in MelClnloy's cabinet.
"When we. make an investment in the purchase of Clothing it is just as much an investment as the purchase of
a Mouse and lot or a farm. You should therefore he reasonably certain tuat you are getting the
best suit or overcoat you could possibly get anywhere at the price you wish to pay for It.
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY EARNED.
We say to you that we will offer all of this month some of the most wonderful value iu
Transfer Trunk Line
Q. M. MFETRIDGE.
Notico to Subscribers
A. Krobs (a not connected with The
Lxadxb In any capacity. lie la not
authorized to collect u"y money duo
on subscriptions to Tu. Qailv or
Men's Boys' an
I nlEfirQn O VIIITO QHfl SIMOfPOOTO
bllllNlull b OUlIb dl!0 UwolbUdla
Ever sold by any firm in Guthrie and we remove at the same time even the most remotest element of chance by add-
ing your money back without a word if you can do as well or butter elsewhere.
Looks like a fair and square proposition doesn't Iff
All orders for baggage on oat going
tralu nhould be left om
hoar before the train.
West Oklahoma Avenun.
Hold for factory Emplojra.
Racine Wis. Nov. v. Ono of the
Immcdlntu rusulu of the election of
MclCinley is the puyment of wages in
irold to the employes ot three of Ra-
clne'H factories. This Is the flmt pay
ment of gold made to oinployes by any
Racine factory since 1803.
Au Old Muit'. Iloublu Crlimv
Hiawatha Kan. Nov. 9. John
Morgan aged 70 quarruled with hla
wife aged 30 struck her wnsajasu
with a hammor and then out his own
throat. Both will reeovor. Morgan
suspected his wife of infidelity.
Free 1-IU.. '
Send your address to II fi. Hucklen
& Co.. Chicago and get a free sample
box of Dr. King's New Lite Pills. A
trial will convince you ot their merits.
TheEe pills are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles tbey havo
been proved lnvaluirle. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
every deleterious substance and to bo
purely vegetable. Tbey do not weak-
en by their action but by giving tone
to the atomach and bownls greatly In-
vigorate the system. Regular alze 25c.
per box. Sold by C. R Ronfro drug-gist.
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO TRADE AT THE BEE
Where you always find the largest and best stock of Men's and Boy's Clothing Halt. Shirts and Underwear
at prices always lower than anywhere else and qualities better.
TRY US AND SEE!
LEVY'S BEE HIYE CLOTHING HOUSE
Oklahoma Ave. and First bt.
JVmklt Lkadxk 10 Jm
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