The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 5, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LBADER. GUTHiilB OltLAHOMA "
iiiif i mm1' i -ip'th nriaT.syiisffle miiu
la uiflcrw iatfttiwi m&MGtNiimn aowTi HWyw
I . A Bit
cot from everyday experience. Knives and forks and
hot water don't agree. You can't change the fact but
you can change the water. The secret of keeping
handles on keeping them white keeping them tight
is the use of warm water and
M WASHING POWDER.
everything else. Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
Chicago M. Lonli 7Vcw YorH Boitoa FnUMnipnin.
THREE TRAINMEN DROWN
NEAR NEW HAVEN MO.
Railroad Tlmo Table.
A 8pcUl froilce
Young men and young wjuhd wo
respectful! v ca 1 vor at lent on tj the
fact that our lUtfl-wlntoi torui begins and wis loft w ithout suppot t It iu
Jll 4 18W7 MCWUMM'S win te or-1 Ml
PLUNGED INTO THE RIVER.
Ilwivy Hnltn ItnJ Left Truck Wlthost
Support Weight of the Trnln !ent
Train Truck anil Ml Into I lie
Missouri tiutriicit tnr of
rrrlehl I'll il I p In the
St. Lot'ts. Mo Jim I 'I hree ti iir
men were instantly killed .mil tmi-
toon pars of frclcrht mulid into tin'
Missouri river in a r. k th it t ' t
place on the Missoiui 1 i ilt. mih n I
line at New Haven a station Mt Ions I
miles west of this city tit '.' n ' k I
yestt rdny morning- The cnuie of t'ie
wreck as nearlv as can In le3r.i..
from the officials was a lumUl U . I
catist.il bv the heav tain Theli.iclf
had been oat bv the running1 .i'i
' to I
in shortest time 1
least of toil
S .jC uM IfU 11 BTivInMivM.
X WsPr! m i us9L i l
xr f r r bb ii i ishi i -x
lr"'i U iEAy t
t4 s I
uaniz.-il in all branches of each depart
We shall deem it a pleasure to show
you thrnuuli our r o.ns and to explain
in full iur nu'tliods and manner of
You mo nil invited firs'" '" rill
you nit conic before J a' ve
r now at leisure; howe ' till
; b fn lromed at anv time u l. ie
f comn all Keopedt fully
UAPITAl. VTtr UVB1NKM UOLLEOS
8ui6 Guthrie 0. T.
Atchlnon Topekn A Hrtlitrt Ke.
NORTH EAST AND WKST.
Kan. City IChjcago.
5 45a in.
5-08 p. Ul.
& Wp. m. B:4Ba in'
0.50 a.m. 10.30p.m.
EODIIl BODTIIEAST AND SOUTHWEST
10:58 p. m.
12-15 p in
12.35 p. m
11:08 p. m.
0:15 p in i9Ts a.m.
8.10 a. m 19.30 p.m.
SO hours to Loa Augclcs.
Freo chair cars on all trains.
Palaco slcepors to Kansas City tuni
Chicago without change. Also to Fort
Worth and Ualvestlon. Couuecte at
Newton with Vestibule limited having
chair cars. Pullman Palace and com-
partmont sleepers and dining car through
to Los Angles and Sun Diego u!to with
train carrying chair cars. Pullman and
Tourist sleepers to El Paso Lus Angles
and San Francisco. Through railroad
and steamship tickets sold to all points.
Passengers booked to all points In the
continent of Euro jo; also from any
nori or inland point in Europe through
to any point In tho Unit d State I'ru-
pald ticketa paid for lioro will be deliv-
ered to passongots at tlioir residence in
Europe. Fcr full particulars call on or
address. Oeorgo T. .Nicholson U P. A.
Chicago; W.J. Hlack A. Q. P. A. To-
peKa nans. u. it. ueianoy Agent
Many political speaker clergymen
siugers nnd others who use the voice
excessivelv rely upon One Minute
Cough Cure to prevent hunkinesa and
laryngitis Its value as a preventative
is only equaled by its power to afford
instantaneous relief Eagle Drug Store
109 Harrison avenue
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every tti)rJ's fair
Use U. S. Patent flour and vou will
have no mow poor bread. Fur sale
onlv at the Welcome Urocery tf
FirM puli iln"I '! DiHv Leadf
x otifs lor I'nblicidiii.
l.i nd olliiv niUiithile O. T .l.tnuurv
N ni he i" lu-rj 1 .iven that the follow
Ing-nameil vr tiler has hied notice of his
Inn nt on to make llual proof lu support
of his claim and thin said pruif will he
made beToio 'ie. regl-ter and reeniver at
(ililhr e Ok . t .. Im I) M M7 viz:
Justin 1' Hhodi for the lots 1. .' s hf
no ii s o 3 tp 10 u r I w; lot .'I sec 3"
and I u .1 of .( 14 in tp 17 n of r 3 w.
Ho names the following witnesses to
piovo his i' itinuoiis residence upon and
cultivation of. Mild land viz:
John K Williams f'harles M. II am
Emmet W. Head Charleh E. Scofield all
of Uuthrte Ok
3SU3 A X J Cuooh Register
Ohoctnw OklAtiuinn ami Oulf It. K
9 00p. St Louis 7 15a
1130a Ft. SmltQ '35p
' t5a kParln 4 50p
TSZOp St. Lou In 7 2a
t9 05p KankSBClty 7 26a
il216p MDSCOgee 3 40p
r710a Ft. Worth swp
t7 20a Dallas 8 50p
tio 55a- Denisoa 5 oop
iWii 12 50p Winter S 16M 12 W
2 62 112 Fanshawe !K L'ui
X40 133 lied Oak 2tt 1125
4 10 147 Nanola 216 10 55
4 40 2 00 Wllbarton 2 00 10 SO
ooo 2S8 HarUhornc IS 9 so
0 57 3 05 Alderson 100 8 56
313 ICrehe 158
J71Wp 3 25 8. McAlester 1245 J8 30i
700a 830 12 OOOp
7 35 3 53 Uurnett ltKp 516
120 4 25 White Chimneys 11 3D 4 36
B10 4 50 Calvin 1110 3 36
D45 516 Sand Pit Spur 1045 2 53
10 20 6 30 lloldonvllle 10 30 236
1120 0 00 Wewoka 1000 lWt
12 lOp 0 50 Mekusukey 9 07 II 30
12 55 717 HarUboro 8 40 1140a
11 sop 7 43 Shawnee 8 14 J1100
345p 748 UW lOOp
1 10 L8 15 McLoud 7 it 18 80
4 21 8 20 Sweeney 7 2d 1(30.
4 35 8 43 Choctaw City 712 It 06'
608 lU20p Oklahoma City i040a 1130
(8 00a SB OOp
5 10 8 08 Lakevlew 7 62 UK
5 60 8 20 Council Orove 7 30 1110
6 47 8 87 Yukon 7 32 1036
0 00 8 49 Virginia 7 09 10 40
019 9 1h lUKenu 0 49 1000
0 25p 2 r.l Keno Junc't 6 4lp 10 U
S9 30a Ft Keno i60m
1 00a Pnrceli 1 40a
3 42 Ardmorc l!42a
5 22 Ualneavllle 11 OOp
0 05a Guthrie 10 30p!
I 1 10a Wlohlta 6 OOifl
02&p Kansas Olty 9 3ti
0 80a Denver 4 oop.j
r78p Klacflsber 9 2ta
; 12 16a Wichita 4 32
18 20a Kansas City 8 40p
Fhst published in Daily Leader January
Notice for IMiblication.
Land uflier at (lathi io. (J T Jauuary
Nmloo is heiehj given that tho follow -ing-iiained
.-littler has filed notice of Ills
Intention to ma'.4) 6iitl proof In support
.; In- ei.itni aud thAtsaid proof will be
niiiile iieioie the register and recelvi r at
i .uthrli Ok i n Feb. 11 1897. viz
.li.tott 1 uru fui the o hf. s w ii sec S
tp I'i nil
llei.ames the fo lowing witnuseg to
proe h s coiuinuou- re.dence upon and
cultUuinm of said lam) vl
K u tie ii L"VelU wis Kirkman liar-
rlson Williams . llliam P Kellogg all
of (iulhtie OU.
iW? A. N J Ch xik Register.
mder thetiain nnd roadbed. ti.u k
and t M.n went inti' tho iier The
bodies of i'ug'neei Homer lvnn
I ireuian Henry Hookup nnd ltrakt
mnn J E McQuein nil of whom wei
from this city were nil rv.oei.l
The other tramraeu escaped with
D1uk In the lcrrltorj.
Pt'RtEi.1 1. T.. Jau. 4. Tho South
Canadian river is higher than it bus
been for n number of years The
"Bine Goose" saloon which Is situated
in the middle of the river was turned
over by the Hood Six men were iu
the house at the time it was pupsized.
and they hud all lodged on a log which
had become fastened in tho river
They were rescued by people on the
Oklahoma eide. Thev were in the
water for twelve bourn
makes clothes snowy white by re-
moving the dirt in a natural and
healthful way. A pure soap good for
clothes and good for general cleaning.
Sold everywhere. Made only by $
THE H. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY" St. Louis g
FRANCIS REVERSES SMITH.
31ab.es a er Itilllntc Important tn
Cherokee strip Settler. I
l'FKBy. Okla . Jan. 4 Xowsrooeltfd .
lioio from Washington is that Seoro-
tiiry 1'raneis has rcver-od e-Seeretarv !
Smith's decision relative to claim
holder.- who made runs for tho Indum
reservation in ( lierolteo strip in hep-
temtier lsiM The report Iris caused
i onnlerable exeitomeut and huti-
.Irod.s of eontests before the land of-
liee will result. Several thotwuid
(M'raons are atTeoteil. Smith held that
persons w lio obtained elnims by i un-
ninir from Creek. Otoe ago nnd
1'onca Indian country were disuali-
ti"d. nnd reei-eturv Francis dendex
that they are ipialiflod.
CLAIMS MACEO IS ALIVE.
-St l. i. S. F lly. t-M. K. & T. 1 A T
& S. F. t-C. It. I. at P. J-Dally. -Kx.i.tpi
For rates and other information apply to
J. F. HOLDKN Gon. Traaic M'gr
South McAlester I T
Flint published In the Daily Lead r.Ian.
Notice for Publication.
Lai.d oflice at Guthrie O. T. January
Notlc is heiehy given that the follow
ing name settlei has tiled notice o. his
intention to make tiu.il proof tn support
of his claim and that said proof will oe
made huiuie the ngii r and receiver Lt
(iuihrie O. T. on February 11 18m7 vU:
Oliver Johnson lot tne so qr see 33 In
twa io oi r i
prove his coniiriuou ruidence upon aod
l'nrls lMitlnii uf tho Herald Says It Can
(ilitruiilot It Weylcr In IIiirHlix.
Pai. Jan. 1. Tho Paris edition of
the Herald states that it ran guaran-
tee tho accuracy of news which it pre-
sents that Antonio Moeco is still alive
Havana Jan 4. --Captain lie no nil
Weyler Is back in lliivanu. The eitj
has been on tiptoe of exp-et.ition of
Oeneral Weylor's uivival a. I dav. but
his intention to r'turn was not allowed
to bo cabled rom h re until after he-
Mrn. C E. McConnell fashionable
dressmaking Otfl Cleveland avenue 3tf
' "HI.-'J.iinWflfr. 'A
W L. Douglas
Q p BEST IN THE WORLD.
- a $s.oo snoE roR $3.00.
It is stylish durable and perfcct-flllki? quajitiet
absolutely necessary to make a finished shoe. File
cost of manufacturing allows a smaller profit to dealerj
than any shoe sold at $3.00.
W". L. Douglas $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 Shots are the
productions of skilled workmen from the best
material possible to put Into shoes sold at these
The "Delmoni" and "Pointed
Toe" (shown m cuts) will be
the leaders this season but any
oilier style desired may be
obtained lrom our agents
ue nnlr Ilia tint Cult llBM(r Mt
(all rulnni Frenrli I'atenl rlf rretwli
l.imincl. Viol Kill ete. icradrd tooorr-
iwml Willi iirtrrn f the bo.
11 (iiiimt iiiniii supply yuu wriM
W. 1. D0OOLS Brockton Mass.
Corner First and Oklahoma - Guthrie O. T.
also $2J0 and
$2.25 shoes for
The full line for sale by
Outsiders having advertising t do
Perry or (Iuihrie please wrlto Smith
the ii' ilihtrUnitor box SUO Guthrie
Oa a lAtf
See Smith the bill d strihutor.
Spojd and saf ty are tho watchwords
of the age One Minute Cough Cure
acts Rpueriily safely and never fails
Asthma beo'iehitis ongliH and colds
Rre oared by it. C 11. Uenfro 204 Ok-
Lsst week we found
sixteen holes In one
fl shirt all of which were
repaired In our repair department free
of charge This week we replace old
worn-out neek bsnds wltia new onee
any flx or kind. Ask for a family
list. We have lott of buttona left.
Send tn your underwear The Ktenni
Laundry will talk sir iln If you
have a kick coining KICK ME. A.
W. MoKeank Mansgrer.
lie names the following witnesses to
.nliiv itinn of sal i land viz;
William Henry Afford John Haas
William R Uiich mid Oeorgo Morgan all
liuthrle O. T. A N. J. CbouK
AOMI Rebelcan Lodge No. 2. L O. o h
meets ererv Thursday evenine at 7 ki
. . r ---.' t .. . .. a.. . y- ...
inUad reuows nan in 10c weiuuargei uuuu-
lng Visitors welcame.
6 ADELLA JIOMSUER N. G
HIRDIE SCOIT. Secy.
GUTHK1E Camp No. 3 AVoodmen of the
World meets every Monday nlitnt in the
K of V liAli. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
come J H. TOWER8 Clerk
LEO VINCENT. Con Com.
OUTHRIK LODOK NO 2
A F. & A. M. Regular meet
tng third Tuesday evening
in each month at 8 o'clock.
All brethren cordially in-
vited to atteutl.
H F. AKliEKY hrc
E. S. DONNELLY W. M.
First published in the Daily Leader Jan.
Notice for I'ublicntioii.
Laud utk-e at OiithriL' O. T. January
Notice ti hi 1 1 by K 1 11 th t the follow-
ing num. il teitli 1 a- tiled notice of her
Intention to 111 it 1 liuil proof in soi port
ot her chile "'d that --aid proof will be
nauo is lore tin lfitisiei auu recetve;j;t
Oulhrie O. T en February 12. 1897 -
Famrj S. Ih . ri'is mdoM nd heir ut
law of Sidm I! lb vans di ceatwi for
the n hf -em 1 .;. t;p n 11 r a w 1 M.
She itttiuts tin following witue&ses to
prove her comlnuoi s i.-Mileuco upon and
c mt at ton of -a Li land vl..
Jolin Hiicki .- Ii.11. ie K idmer Llia
Ai'kuis and I ha Ii - E Siuitb. all of buth
iie l T. A X J (hook.
Wtt l.bgliU 1
The balance of our Overcoats must be
sold regardless of profit or cost. If you
have any idea of buying1 an overcoat it will
be to your advantage to see what we have.
"We never carry over an Ulster or an Over-
coat if a price will iriove them. We claim
for our Ulsters aud Overcoats the latest
styles the best workmanship the best tit
ting garment on this market. We have not
space to quote the prices. Come and see
In looking over our stock we find after
a big season's business we have a goodly
number of suits on our counters In small
lots; sines are broken. We never carry over
any odds and ends in suits if a price will
sell them. If we can fit you the price will
burely be low enough. We have put the
knife into the price of all our Men's and
Boys' Suits. It is unnecessary to tell you
that our clothing is not to be compared yrith
the slop-shop garments you aud in dry
them the price will be low enough.
$; 4 in4
w 4S0 S' t-.t-'-4-
1 ir-t puhlishid hi the Dully Le.i 'or Dec.
Jl Is in
Notice for Pulil'nttioii.
Land uftlco ut dii'hrle O I December
Notice Is lien by u i 11 that the folhn
liu-liaitltd m ttler lias lili d notice of his
' liiunlioii Io make Ii al i.ioo1 in suppoit
1 ol I.I- ii . i 111. utld l!i.i - 1 il i'i.o( will ii-
uiiide buftle the leg -n i and lecilver al
'tiiitlire O '1 on li'uuiry 6 1s'j7 vU:
GUTHUlb Lodge No 1 A. u. U. w. meeis Arthur u net uy lor in 11 w r tec
Thursday evenings of each wek at 7. t 1 1( i tl rj w.
In Victor tilotk corner First aud Harrison aI1 i following witnesses to
YlslUns Workmen alwavji welcome. t p h l(M(.lt. UJ)on aod
C. O FINCH Recorder. ' ' l '!l1' "'i'i"' vw ?.a'd TV V V ......
1 John M int. in ml Iia 1 tr bb nc
T&iStltnmJdg". 2 K. ot V.. meet ! dUntiiio OiuiUdii. ot Uuthrie. u. T
VSJ every Wednesday 'wm " .11 rt ttu.ij A'man it Knreiu t I. I W . r .
lathe vufor block corner First and Ham j tjJJ A N j. t iWJk K.-guter. I that are sure to please you for We hat put
HATS AND CAPS.
The largest and most complete stock of
Hats and Caps in the Territory you can find
at our establishment. We ha v.- all the
latest shapes iu Soft and Stiff Hata at prices
sou. Visiting knigtts are always welcome ' ; J
J FOUCART. M. of F .'naffffSIl & C' i"' ""' '"d f
O R M Meets eve
Tuesday tight In K
g cnieis aiwj we
K. H. bKARCEY. Jr.
M.B. CHERRY. Chief of Records.
si j ---o .
:of 1 hall. Vlsitlug chlets always wet-
rnmi- V ' ' a4iv"
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 3 I.O O.F meeU
Monday night of each week at J.SU. Vls-
ltlne Odd Fellows always w elcoffie.
UnB W FRANCIS A. MBYKTTS N. U
- 'TT.'Y BRUCE. Sec'v lock box 1T.
-sULAHOMA EncampmontNo. 1 to. O.V
y mets every mckua; wtmjs
JTh -. -11 at 7 S3. All vlslUne naL
WViSime S. H OLSON C P
E F MERTEN. Scribe.
Notitf lor i'uhlicntion.
Land otllee at (Inn rte Okla Decern
I) r - i'j
Noli i in r. by aiven that the follow-
1 a il 1 utr has bled uotice of his
Inii hi ion iu make una! proof iu support
Liuthrle. Okla on Jan. 30. 1897. vU
made txforw the icgister and receiver at
TvTturnish employment prpcurehjl5 uu
sell or exchange fancy articles noveitj
goods periouicais eit.
CTUAL HBNBFIT TO LADIES
I ucnuuii.4. v.v
1 tiomaa J 1'ieel. (or the lots 07 and
s hf e 111 m e 7 twp 17 r 8 e.
lie naiuie tint following witnesses to
prove his luiiiiimous rt sideuce upon and
lUilivitiio 1 mi sa'u isiiu i;
Wei t 1 bk'imtref Pi lfc.ns O. T. famuel
!Hniii-oii u( Pci Uin. O. T K4 Cojr of
perUins ti 1 I v .M'.mnjii of PerkiuS
A. N. J. Chook Pvulster.
the knife into our entire Hat block.
Now is the time to buy a Hat or Cap
You can buy anything iu a Hat or Cap
cheaper from us than ftnvwbere in the Territory.
SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR
The phenomenal sale of Fancy Shirts
we have had thin fall has Kurprised us. We
have sold hundreds of dozen. of thcte 8tylih
hhirts at $1.25 and !..'. Wu have juut re-
tehedanew Invoice of them and we have
determined to give you an exceptional bar
gd'iu in these whirta mj we will make the
All of our winder underwear a. greatly
reduc xl prices.
t-tHs. 44 -&-P&Mri
f4 HN'$J4t44'' -
We have decidetl to give the people of Gurh-'e oile of
the greatest chances they have ever hid''- Guthrie
was founded. We have at'last realised orj h . f
Queenswarc Glassware Chinaware
and Novelties of All Kinds
Is loo large and we have too much money invested so we
have concluded to cut our stock in two and only devote
one-half of the space to our Queensware department: the
other half. February 1st will be occupied by a
Boot ana1 Shoe
This is a line we have handled for years and will
know what we are doing. We will still carry a nice line
of Staple China and Glassware. So many merchants in
the city have put in a small line of queensware of seconds
and thirds or the refusal from the factories and represent-
ing them as first-class good6 that we have to make the ad-
dition of Boots and Shoes as heretofore stated. Now this
is no sham but a realitv right here in Guthrie and some
of our prices will be as follows:
FORMISK PRICE. NOW.
Semi-Porcelain Oups and Saucers
Tron Stone China Cups and Saucer
Glass Salad 0UfM '
1. (I l
Fancy Qfirni&n QhlUft 0nlj& rIfllaf
O tt .
i . M IS
Imitation HoyaJ Wf-rdiwrttr yiiftf.
" " M Tdiyfiuc
Glass Vases loo numerous to mention but
but all go at same rates.
Creamers and Sugars our line is simply
immense anu Here are a few prices:
Very fine 2.00
All Hjurlln China will go regardless of cost
Limpswe have the finest line ever shown on shelves
or tables and they will be cut clear to the core
We have two ery fine Mexican Onyx stand tables
former prices 15.oo and l.0(: either will go in thebaic
Fancy China Cups and Saurers- -you can aunply buy
at your own price. Now ladie this is no fake sale re
member all goods are marked in plain figures. Call early
and select something to buit you before our large stock io
broken. This bale will last until January 20 1H1j7. You
iau all afford to buy a New Year present.
Your with the kindest regards and wishing you a
ilappy New Year we remain your's for a square deal
uiuuiiiiy v w
Room SMLvod lilock.
Cor. Harrison and Divlitoa.
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