The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 37, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 14, 1897 Page: 5 of 6
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THE LBADKR. UUTHKIK OKLAHOMA
W L Douglas
iit'in;. x' iuufs
It Is stylish durable and ptrfect-fitline qualities
absolutely ncceaearv to make a finished shoe. The
cost of manufacture ullows a smaller profit to dealer
than any shoe told at $3.00.
W. L. Douglas $3.50 $4.00 and-$5.00 Slices arc tlie
prodVctionj of skilled workmen from the best
material possible 10 put into sitots soia at incsc
The "Belmont" Afld "Pointed
Toe" (shown In cuts) will be
the leaders title season but any
other style desired may be
obtained tram our agents.
V nnlr the lwt ( lf Knsste Ostt
(all colore) VriMic li I'att nt Cult I'raaeti
Rnsrnel Vlrl Kid. -tc crilrtt toe-re.
tpi'inl with prHi'S if the nhfiei.
If denier twnnot Mti.plr tou write
W. I. DOOM. 8 Brock ten Hats.
Corner First and Oklahoma - Guthrie O. T.
also $2.50 and
$2.25 shoes for
men and $20
52.00 and $1.75
The full line for sale by
t have just received a very large of .Jewelry.
Watches Fii't:y Clocks. Silverware an! Cut Glass.
My stock is larger this year than ever before.
I am making very low prices on Solid Gold and
Gold Filled Watches. Now is the time to buy Fine
Goods. Come in early. You will be surprised at
the low prices I am making. Come in ind see the
NEW STOCK OF CUT GLASS.
I have one FiNi: Nkw Piano left in stock. This
Piano will go at less than wholesale cost to close
out this branch of the business.
WHITE The Jeweler.
FREE HOMES BILL DEBATE.
(mil to So in r I.lrely Sparring l
V ttittxflToN. .Un n Some lively
political sparring runrked the lat. r
hourS of tlio Senate session yesterday
The free homestead bill was tinder
discussion and Mr. Allen found op-
portunity for questioning Mr. Vilas
of isconftln rone rning lite party
difliTnec of 1? (all ll 1 roi'trht
out much difference of op'iiion ns to
whether tlii Democratic pint form v j
mado at Chicago or Indianapolis. Mr
Vila dcclmed that there was nlmot
nothing in the Chic imto platform not ui
iinlcnbic to the interests of tin- tft v. i n-
ment. He InMsted that the Ind.ii
ntvilm plulfonn was fo.indeil thron; li-
mit in Pemocrrey. Mr Mien chnii.e-
teii.eil the Indianapolis platform ir. a
"Vumpaffair." The controversy became
er hely and too n wide r.mge.
The homestead bill was further ilc-
twited but. a vote u.i not reached
Mr Vilas attacked It as a measure gn-
ing away 93.vauo.nii) of government
monov. Mr. Nelson (Hep. I of Mtnnu-
Mtta. Mr. A Ucu ami Mr. l'effer (Top.)
of Kaunas spoke for the bill
It r llir IiKllnn Wfin tVus llepiited
to lie n MlUItiimlre.
Kasas Cm Mn . Jan. 13. Frank
1!. I !e Hon of Kansas ity Kan. re-
ei'iveil inforina'.itm from Scnoca Mo.
this morning of the death of Matthias
Splitlop the millioiinire Indian nho
wai conapicuonsly identified with the
early hUtory of old Wyandotte and
tvho was once Hit- owner f a lai-jri-pflf'
if the a liable land in the
K.fv vallev i the Knnsnn lde
now used for r.oliond and manufn-
tnrintr purpose- Weor.linjr to Mi
firW. ' UMI
in your 'nottftc spick Mini -juii . f 1
you hardly feci that vou o i'ilm:
them . To master your honsi-w
and tint let it ringlet ou ust-
Does two hours' ok in v
yi Sold everywhere. Mack otily 1
(1 THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
W tM M.Ml ll Hml-i. It!lnrt .I4
f 'Jl - HWSWWi i 'M MHIf 11 1 SI I n W
'' 1 ' - ' ' J If
M K -jW "-eOm
. ii hm m i iUTwiflu iV
Chute .t Hanborn'a coffee ran le
found only at the Welcome Uroeeiy m
wo a ro roIo amenta. Vf
Outblderh having artTerliaiuir to do
I'orry or Uttthrio please write Smith
tho bill distributor. ox 900. Onthrlo
All parties wishing to get duplicate
pictures of negatives made by PraUe
must leave orders before January 'i
Work at reasonable term. ( a 1 n' ssn
Kelt -in s adviees lr. llitlolr died in North blvlslon. ( . I) herein. View
. . .- .....
t usiimtrton op .inmi.ii'v 'of un aeut"
uttiiek oj pnenuioMiu I1U body was
Bent to -cnc'-a. Mo and from there it
waa taken to l nu'tt. in th? Indian tev
rltory and burled in the Indian burial
ground bj the S-cncrn. ainontf whom
he had spent his liist jears nnu whose
chief he was at the time of bin death.
UEO. K. KILMNG3LBY Preatd.-ni.
W B imiiOION.
f'iA. B. KILMN(jmLK
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK
Capital fully paid 50000.00
UOAItl) OK DlHKCTOItB.
A. O. llrowor Capltnllst Utlca N. Y. Geo. B. UllllnKsleT Uuthrl.'. ' T.
W B. Uodiru.4 Outhrlc. J no. P.Htone Guthrie.
CIimi. K. HIIIInsBleT Onthrle
COLLKCTIONS A Sl'BCIALTY
First pnblisheil In Dally Loader Jannry
Notice lor IMiblicatiiui.
I on! ollU'd at Guthrie O. T . Jnnuary
Notice is hereby klven that the following-named
M'ttler Ims filed notice of his
Intention to mako final proof lu stiiipoit
of his claim and that said pnof will be
made before tho rngMor and receiver ut
Glithr e Ok . on Fob. 18. 1S97 vU:
Justin 1'. Hhodo- for tho lot 1. 2 s hf
lie (r nee 3. tp 10 ii r 3 w ; lot 3 kcc 33
and I .it : of see 31 In tp 17 n of r 3 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his e iitlniium residence upon Hiid
cultivation of said land vie:
John B. Williams Olmilos M 11am
Bintnct W. Head Charles B. Scofield all
i ' OuthrlP Ok.
ui93 A. N.J. Cnooif IlpRister.
First published Daily Ieader December
iN'olioo for i'uhllcuUou.
I.nud oftlce at Outhrle Ok la Decern
bar 24. IXH.
Notice is hereby eivon that the follow-
!ng ua;; ed settler iibk II led notice of his
Intention to make final proof in supiiort
of Ids claim and thai Mild proof will be
made before Um register ana receiver at
I'irt published In tho lliithrln Dally
Lionucr January . tsur.
Notice for Publication.
and Oillceat (utlirlc. O. T Jan. 6
Notice Is hcioby glvon that the ful
lowing-named settler has lilod notice of
Ins Intention to mako Ilnal pwnlf In sun
jjort of his clulin and that Hold proof will
bo mado huforo tho toistur ami roeolver
at Uulhiie u. T. on FoOnmry n 1S07
William II. l!emad for tho se qr of
sec 33 tp Itl.rSw.
lie n.unex tha followlm wltnoMes o
proe his continuous resluoju'0 upou and
riilUvatlonof said land viz;
'.i rt-iloeder. T. V llurns. John Mc-
Creary. Bdwerd S Uexroud nil of Outh-
rle O T.
A.N. J. Cpooit Uoglstor.
Thomas J. Creel for the lots t) 7 and
s hf se qr sec 7. twp 17 r 'J e.
lie names the following ultuexses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vl.
C. F. Skinner of Perkins. O. T . Samuel
Denuison of Perkins O. T. lid Cox of
1'urKlns O. T l'at Aloi-lso j of I'orklns
A. N. J. CiuwK Hoplhter.
TQ FIND A WAY OUT.
.Monetary (.'nurpremi- I In Opnel 1
Indian roi in Ind. Jan. ll -Lhnli-mnti
lhiKh ll.nnia of the executive
committee of the monetary conference
called that body to order at Tomlini'on
hall jesterday aftermHiu nt S:30
o'clock. At that time therv were
heated In the auditorium over 300 dele-
gates who represented business inter-
ests tlmt run up in value Into the hun-
dreds of millions.
B. (1. .Stantiard of M. Ijonin was
made temporary chairman.
The committee on permanent organ-
isation recommended ('. Slnnrt Fntter-
bon of I'eunsylvania for Mniinneut
clinlrinaii ana Brans Woolen of In-
iliuniipoliH for permanent fecretnrj-.
It also rcomniondc-d that vlco pres-
idents be chosen one from each stute.
Blectrlc. Hitters is a mcdlcinu suited
for tniv season but purhaps moro l'oii-
orally needed when tho languid es-
linustcd feeling prevails wnon tne
llvor in torpid and Rluggiih and tho
need of a tonic and alterative is fo't
A prompt uho of thin medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No mcdlclao will act
more surely In cnuntcraeilmr ami freez-
ing the Hystom from thu malarial
pobon 1) Mliiets .vieldn to Blnutrle
Hitters. Fifty cents and gl per liottle
at C. R Uenfro's drnjf store.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
.tAoir Royal Raking J'owter
superior to all others.
For trade A three-room house far a
email tract of land nesr Unttui" Ad-
dress "X' eare Bender. twt(
For Kent FurnUhed rooms; bested
with hot nlr alo uie of bath room In
connection. 401 Cleveland ave. lOtf
Flrst I'ubllshed In the Onthrle Dally
Leader Jan. 13 HW7.
Notion l'or I'lililiestlori.
Laud Dfllce in (luthile O. T .fan aiy
Notice is hercliv alvcn that the follow -
log-nnincd setiUr has tiled notice of his
Intention to make tinal proof In support
of his claim and that Mild proof will be
made licfore the register and receiver at
Wuthrlo. O.T. on February in. 18S7. h
Kit Mattocks for the s w or see 91 in
10 ii r 3 w.
If o names the follinung witnesses to
prove his continuous roldonco upon and
cultivation ot said and vl;
No-o.au A Myors. Srott C Ramey
Lurid F Annls Frank M Stanley all of
nnthrle. O. T.
A N .1 CnooK Reslater.
First publlshod In the Oiitlulo Dally
Loader Jan. 13 li07.
Nolioo lor I'lihiicntion.
Laud oltlce at (luthile O T January
Notice Is hereby Riven that the follow-lug-name
1 settler has tiled notice of his
Intention to make tinal proof in stipport
of his clalrfi and that said proof will bj
made before the roKlsteranu recelvei at
Uuthrle oa February t'.i. 1)7. vlx:
David Huberts for the s hf ut uw qr
sec .'. twp 10 r a w.
lie names uie ioiioiwiik witnesscH 10
6 in. i I'1 wecU
III i sixteen hole
3 IB shirt all of l
Lnt week we found
repaired in our repair department freo
of charge This week we replace old
worn-out nock-bands with uew ones
any sire or kind. Ask for a family
list. Wo have lots of buttons left.
Send in your underwear. The Steam
Laundry wilt talk strain If you
have a kick cominir. KICK MB. A.
W. McK'kaM) Vonrper.
Use V. S Patent Hour an I you will
have no ntor pojr bread. For sale
only at (h-1 Wl 'i.mc O'-iv cry.
Selioin tii'trl -l bonds under th late
law cau be hsd by applying to leader
oBlee Thev am tho handsomest litho-
graphed bonds on the market and the
form abaolut el y correct. a-m
Justice dootteu latest stylo neatly
b-wnd. sf ' To Lanrta office
First pullshet In the Dntiy Leader Jan.
Notice for I'ubUcnlion.
Lai-d ofllce at tiuihi n- O. T.. Jamiary
Notic ' Is he I c by given thut I lie f.illow-
ing name settler lias tiled notice ft his
intention to make tinal proof In support
of his claim and that Bald proof will be
made before the reglst- r and receiver at
Onthrle. O. T. on February It 1W7 viz:
Oliver Johnson for tho se qr ee at in
name tho following wltnoiu- to
Ho name tho folio win wltm
prove his ciuitiniious residence upon and
We lifive decldctl to give the people t '-. ' one ol
the greatest chances they have v.i hr t.-iihrie
was founded. We have at last re.ili'. d ot . t
Oueenswarc Glassware. Chiniw.ire
and Novelties of All Kinds
Is too large and we have too much mon- .ir.e-.tt d o v
have concluded to cut our stock in two and only dcvoti-one-half
of the space to our Qoeensware department; the
other half February 1st will be occupied ty .i
For first claw paper hunjfinp call on ! UJA' lI" ?V'DIV1!rJrrSrPra hmn U'"d
r n..:. m..i n-i. ii cultivation of snld land vu:
L Cbriseo. Ill north Find street (ieorgo VV Harrison. John L Benson
. . . ' ne-iaiuin iiooiiu ana ivasnington iea-
Wanlod A froh Jersey cow. Ad- i yall of (iiilhile O T.
dre "A." Loader oflioe. 5if I :;!: A N J Crook Register.
cultivation of sal land vlx:
William Henry Alford John Haas.
William U. Kirch and tJcorgo MorKiin all
Outhrle. O. T. A X.J.Cuook
Territory of OVlaboma count) fd l.ogan.ss.
In nromte court.
Notice Ih hereby given that on tuc fourth
day of January A. I). IW7. Arnes Marlon
filed In the probate court of thocouutrol
Logan and icrrttoiy of Oklahoma a petition
praylnx for letters of administration to be
Issued to William Jlllncoe upon the estate
of Francis K. Marion dnreasett late of the
county of Logan and territory of Oklahoma.
And pursuant to an order of said probate
court "aturtlny. the 16th day of January.
A. U. it'7 at Ihe hour of to o clock a. in. ol
said day. that belli ir a day of the regular
January itrm. A. l. IW7. of said probate
court has lieen appointed as the time for
hearing s.ild applies) .m v. lien and where
any person lnifi-teit maTeiiiiet said petl-
t tou by tiling written opposition theretoon
the ground uf Inconipcnlenrv of the .tppll
cant or may assert his own rlRhis to the ud-
minUtratlou ami pijy lhai Iclicis ho IhkuciI
Witness J i Foster tndge ol ihc ptohate
court of the county of Logan and the se.il of
roort afllsi d tin- I'll il.iy ol January A I'
IHK7. 4 C lOsTKIt.
(Heal) I'robate Judge
fIROUUK H OkKllN.
Attorney lor Petitioner
VIM published In tho Dally Loader Jan.
Notice for I'lihiicntion.
Land oflleo at Outhrle O. T. January
Notice Is hereby kIvoii Hut tho follow-
ing named settler has filed notlco of Iter
intention to make ilnal proof lu sut port
of her claim and thut said proof will bo
mado before tho register and receiver. at
Outhrle O. T. on Fohrimry 13 1SD7 v
Fannie S. Jtevans widow slid lior at
law ot Sldnoy K. llovans deceaseil far
tho n hf so tir kvc U'l twp 10 u r 8 w I. M.
Shi- names tho following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cult.vatlon of said laud viz:
John liackes Danlei It. V I diner Bilas
Ackors and Charles IC Smith all of Outli-
rio. U. T. A.N. J.Ciiook
First published in Daily Louder January
Notice for L'ublicatlon.
Laud ofllce at Guthrie. O T. January
Notlco Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of his
Intention to mage dual proof lu supiiort
of '.U claim ami that said proof wfh bo
made before the register and rpcelver at
Outhrle. Ok. on Feb. 11 IUU7. vl:
Jacob Ford for thu e hf . s w qr sec 8
tp 15 n r 1 w.
no names tue lonowing wiiiiesies to
prove h continuous res.denen upon and
cultivation of sild laud vis:
ltubeti LvelU owls Ktrkmsu. Har-
rison Williams .Illlam F. Kollogg all
of Outhrle Ok.
sac A. N. J.Ciiook llegister.
PI 7 tT
LdP JL.w JS
i'list published in the Outhrle Dully
Leader Jan. 9 1897.
Notico for I'liblloalinii.
Land office at Outhr'c O. T. January
Notice Is hereby givru that the follow
naiuad settlor haa Hied notlco of his in-
tention to make final proof In upirt of
his claim aud that said proof will be
mado before tho register and receiver at
Outhrle O. T. on Feb. 18 18D7 viz:
Wulter M. Johnson for the n w qr seo
24. tu 18. r 8 w.
He uauiM tho following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land !z:
Peter Sleek William I)elaney George
XV Harris Daniel W. Martin all of
Outhrlo O. T
'Mir A. N. J. Crook Iteglster.
First published In the Dally Lea-w Dec.
Nolico for Fublicutlon.
Lund ofllce at Guthriu O. T December
Notice is hurnby given that the follow-Ing-numcd
settlor has nled noUee of bis
intention to make final proof In support
of hi claim und that said proof win bi
mado before the register ami receiver at
Outhrle O. T. on February 5 135)7 vlr:
Arthur W. lleoby for thenw qr. lee
20. p 15ii r 2 w.
He names the follow Ins witnesses to
Movehis continuous residence upon and
cultfrttlou of said land viz:
John M. Wliltehoud Iru 0. Cr.bband
Valentine OearharL of Gutlirie o. T..
and Henry Alman. of Unfleld O.T.
3S95 A.N. J. Ciiook Itectsler.
1- Irst published In the Dally Lender Jan.
Notice for I'lihiicntion.
Land oflleo at Guthrie O. T January
Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notfee of bis
intontlon to make final proof In support
of his claim and that sufd proof will be
mad i fore the register und receiver at
Outl Ok. Fob. 13. 1807. vl:
Thtfma9 1. Cupp for lots s -t e Uf. sv'
sec 7 tp 10 u of r 1 w.
itn names the following wltnoMes to
prove bis continuous ros!dane upon an.l
..1 . . .In.. r9 until lnnl lv.
ailUVDllUllul.ruiu IUUU fi.
I James A. Altunr uavia uu&mness
Fbst putllshed In the Outhrle Dally
Leader JttO.t) 1807.
Not.co for Publication.
Land office at Outhrle O. T. van. 7
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
named st ltlr has Sled notice of his In-
tention to make final proof In sui port of
his clttlni. aud that said proof will be
made before the register and receiver U.
S. laud office at Outhrle O T. ou Feb.
David Sronce for the s w qr sec 37 tp
16 r 3 w
lie names the following wllnes.-e to
prove his loiiUuuous residence upou aud
cultivation of. said land. iz:
John C. Kay Johu A. Neibllt Richard
Smith Mamuaf C Ooldsirsp. all of Outh-
rlo O. T
3924 A. N. J Cao K. Register.
be to your advanlatfc to nee what we have.
We never carry over an (Usler or an Over-
coat if a price will move them. We claim
for our Ulsters and Overcoats the latest
styles the best workmanship the best flt-
tfng garment on this market. We have not
space to quote the prices. Come and see
This is a line we have handled for years. iml 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 Hue of queeasware of seconds
and thirds or the refusal from the factories and represent-
ing' them as first-class goods that we have to mak? the ad-
dition of I3oots and Shoes as heretofore staled. Now this
is no sham but a realitv right here in Guthrie and some
of our prices will be as follows:
rORMBH l'Kli i. NOW.
tSS5&3SxJ"'SS Ss5S'J-9-IsHsf.s.'l's '
The balance of our Overcoats must Ik? $ lo looking over our stock we Hod. after
sold regardless of profit or cost. If you f a big season's business we have a goodly
have any idea of buying an overcoat it will x number uf suits on our counters lu small
Semi-Porcelain Cups and Saucer
Iron Stone China Cups and Saucers
lots; sizes are broken. We never carry over
any odds and ends in suits- If a price will
sell them. If we can tit you the pr.- will
sorely be low enough. We have put the
knife into the price of all our Men's and
i Boys' Baits. It is unnecessary to tell you
that our clothing it not to be compared with
the sdop shop garments you tlnd in dry
them the price will be low enough.
&b&tty&&&l-ix&i $-fc$xS &i&&tf$444ri
. 1 10
" o no
Imitation Royal WorcJjMter Vaai -''"'
Glass Vases too numerous to mettlioa but
but all go nt siuno rates.
Creamers and Sugars our line is simply
immense and here are a few prices: :
lrtincy aerinwi Oltlllll Ottke IfllLva
ltoyal Worcbitar Nrta.
ilUlUeS 4 ilillllU WttOU UUHIUUU3
.arlcs J. Doty. Joseph Ghamnogg allot
A. Ci.o. tiiuub uugisivr.
First published lu the Dally leader Jan.
Notico for l'ublicatlon.
Land office at Guluile O. T January
log named settler has tiled notice of his
intention 10 maae nnai prooi m i
of his claim and that said proof
Notice Is hereby glen that the follow-
Intention to make final proof lu support
wool win oe
made before the register aud receiver at
Outline on Kebruaiy 13 1897. via:
J.M. McDowell for these qr of sec 17
In twp 15 of r -J
He nan es the following ttltncsjes to
prove his contfnur ns residence upon and
cultivation of -aid Und vlt:
William M Tayior.Chaufo Ciark. John
llurns and JarT7 Tynan all of Outhrle
O.T. A. N.J.Chook.
HATS AND CAPS.
The largest and most complete slock of
Hats and Caps in tho Territory you can lind
at our establishment. We have all the
latest shapes In Soft and Stiff Hats at prices
that are sure to plens you for we have put
the knife into our entire Hat stock.
Now is the time to buy a Hat or Cap
You can buy anything in a Hat or Cap
cheaper from us than anywhere in the Ter
SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR
The phenomenal sale of Fancy Shirts
we have had this fall has surprised us. We
have sold hundreds of dozens of these stylish
shirts at HI. 25 and M.r. We have just re
ceht-d a new invoice ol them and we have
determined to give jon .in -n ptiouai bar
gain in these shin . . we will make the
All of our winter tiudeiuear at "leatly
Very line. -J f0
All Ifftrlin China will go regardless of cosi
Lamps we have tho finest line ever shown on shelves
or tables and they will be cut clear to the core
We have two very fine Mexican Onyx stand tables
former prices $l.ri.oO and $1(5.00. either will m in the sale
Fancy China Cups and Saucers- you can simply buy
at your own price. Now. ladies this la no fake sale re
member all goods are marked in plain figures tail earh
and select something to suit you before our lare stock i-
broken. Tills sale will last untii .Januarys. h:C Vu-i
cau all afford to buy a New Year pu-i nt.
Yours with the kindest regards and w.lim you a
Happy New Year we remain your s tor a squat f deal
4tt4444'44-l'e'4 irt-t-Wt ss-et$av4Kvv-'J' $
rjftftr?3rtt IBfm"" ware9g
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