The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, January 22, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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TJIE LliADEK. lilJTHJtlh. OKLAHOMA
Entered in the post office ttOalhrtr. Oktsu
a second-class mall matter.
Uy tha Uxlrr rrltillot: Conifunr.
LESLIE Q. MI1LAOK.
Official Ortn of Oklahoma Democracy.
Thk LxADxn Bindery li one of tho beit
Institutions or the Kind In the Wcit and U
dally turning ont lawe quantities of work.
Send In your orderi or binding And blink
took And they 'will bo promptly attndl
Tnit Dailt Lkxsiui aecopts advertis-
ing with the distinct And positive guar-
antee that It ha doublo the pnld
elrcuUtlon of any newspaper pnblih1 lr
One month delivered lr. otly. ... I 40
One month by mall 80
Three montns .... I M
Six montb8........ 3 W
One year..... - - 0y
Six months... ...... M
nt Tar ... - .. too
FRIDAY JANUARY ii 189T
UlTIIRIR IS NOT TO MLAJIK
The Leadeh has not the space to
day to refer at length editorially to tho
disgraceful scono enacted in the United
States district court room list night
wherein the members of Fourth As-
sembly were wantonly insulted by nn
organization which presumes to repre-
sent the sentiments of the silver people
of Guthrie and in fact of Oklahoma.
Elsewhere tho riotous affair is referred
to locally. Tho members of the upper
house can rest assured that such meet-
ings arc not countenanced by tho
respectable peoploof (luthrie who have
always looked upon this alleged lenguo
as a vent for the fulininatlons of tho
attaches of a local saloon whose pro-
jy;ietor craves notoriety and who Im
agines he 1b achieving it by praUo ad-
ministered him by a gang of sycophan-
tic parasites. Tho insults offered Sen-
ators Randolph and Fkltor will call
down the condemnation of all good
people. Guthrie Is no more lo blama
for tho existenco of th'm barroom
lenguo than is Now York for tha Seoloy
aflilr Thk Lkaiieii will liava morito
say ancnt this subject later.
UK. XOIUIUIIV'H COOK.
Dr Frank Parsons Norbury is one of
that class that looks with horror upon
tho member t ino nicuium jnuicnaiuu
who is willing to pay for his advortis-
iog instead of working up frio puffe.
Doctor Norbury throws up his hands
and sighs a sigh that crook the plas-
tering whenever he thinks of a viola-
tion of tho medical code And when
the case bozomes too great for a high
he grasps his trenchant typewriter and
indites a few lines for th nrca-his
name being attached to the i-pUtle
with the usual "II. D." Immediately
following. Ills latest literary (fusion
appears in the American Mudlcal
Journalist under the caption - Th
Lay Press and Quaukery." He attack
tho newspaper press for ac:-tinr he
advertisements of tho f-pacUlUw p. mi
of the patent iuodi;lne mer. nod de-
clares that the ncwupiper that excuses
itself upon tho ground that it is Uuii
ness is a sordid sheet anyhow. He
Oh business! thy name .s calumny
for what malicious accusations what
deeds of darkest bin- what act so
foul what ruination so complete hath
been committed in tby name! And ypt
thou would liavo us respect thy eacri'd
word thy proud and glorious history!
ltitpossiblo that it is tho chaso after
the filthy lucre which tnakas tlieo clone
thy eyes to tho consequences of tliv
acts perpetrated under the name of
business.' Yes alas! it is true. Tho
editor of the lay press Is not that hon-
orable lover of tho body politic that we
suppose. No; be is an Idnlator in love
with tho golden calf and feeds his
selBsb Inst for gold by stooping to
humbug tho people.
O Norbury thy name is bromo
saltzer and curdled bay rum! Must
the newspaper employ an expert in
medicine and an authority on the code
to pass judgment upon ovory patent
medicine advertisement shoved in at
the business office window? Must the
name of a man whoso duty it is to
stand at tho foot of tho stairs loading
to tho reporters' room and swat every
member of the medical profession who
wants to make sure that the nama of
Dr. Dosem is mentioned as having baen
'called In to attend tho man who
swallowed a bass drum and Ml in a fit
on the public etraelV
Dr. Frank Parsons Norbury's literary
effusion bears evidonoe of having Ihsou
written by a young man whoso dl
pioraa is not yet dry.
Of course we realize that Dr. Frank
l'arsons Norbury's particular school of
uivwicine is tho only right one and that
others aro base imitations but how arc
we to judge between Individual mem-
bers of that school? Will this dost-
and thy-thou young medic give us an
unfailing rule whereby this great fam-
ily newspaper may distinguish? Of
course Dr. Norbury did not make this
attack on the press for the purpose of
getting bia name in tho public print.
Perish tho thought- lie is an ardent
admirer of the code. He would not
advertise lie is abovo paying a few
dollars per year for a card in the loeal
paper especially when lie can work
the reporters into "mentioning" his
name in the news columns. Hut.
somehow or other the people are be
coming impressed with the idea that
tho man who studies mediclno allttn
mora and tho code of ethics a little
less is better fitted for the duties
devolving cpon a pbysUian. Dr.
Frank Parsons Norbury would do we)
to cogitato upon this fact a little while
TDK banks nrc not failing so gener
ally because the bankers are rascalr
but because tho gold standard con
fldeao gamo of tho very wealthy
tnoucy dealers has fooled and ruined
them as it has other honest business
men. It would not bs missing the
mark to call bankets foolish in tho
light of their conduct In the latocatn-
palgn Ufct to call them rascals la a
slender and this Is the ronton so many
of thorn have suicided rascals never
The grand stand play of gold stand-
ard senators to defeat International
bimetallism is nnneoessnry. It needs
ii" jpoalttott to send it to tho polities!
gt ee yard.
Senator Turple Still TlklllC Acnlnal
tho Xlenrjisun Caiml 1 til I.
VA8HnrTOX Jan. l. Tlia Senate
yesterday j. roceedod with the consid-
eration of tha Nicaragua canal bill
Mr. Tnrpie cautinHlug his speech in
opposition lie has not yet concluded
and to-day will bo the third day of his
speech. Ills remarks wer bltterlv an-
tagonistic to the Nicaragua Canal cotn-
panv the senator characterizing its
methods as those of Peter Funk. Mr.
Morgan will ask to have n time fixed
for n final rote as soon fl Mr T.rple
The House spent the 'n debiting
tho Yost-Tucker contest election case
from the Tenth Virginia district.
Much Interest was manifested in the
case owing to the fact the liepublie-
ans on the committee which reported
the case were divided four Hiding with
Mr. Tucker the Democrat and the
aittinr member und bit two with the
Republican contestant Mr. Yost. Tho
debate will close to-day at 4 o.clock.
A FIGHT ON WARNER.
1'lllrrltM Oppono 111 Iiiiluramnrnt fur n
J kfpf.hson Citt Mo. Jan. 31. The
joint Republican caucus hold it session
last night at the Commercial club
with nonie forty members present.
Senator Landrum presided aud Repre-
sentative Leo Woods of Mercer was
secretary The selection of John Slier-
incu for' a cabinet position by President-elect
MeKinley wns indorsed
without any debate. When it en me to
the indorsement of n Missouri man for
the cabinet tliorc was not much unanimity-
Tho frionds of Major Warner
presented lis name but this was not
satisfactory t j tfie followers of Chaun-
cey I. Wiley. They offered a substi-
tute recommending that a Mlasourlnn
be appointed without specifying
whom nud Major Warner's snpporttit-j
objected. Jlotfi resolution and substi-
tute were referred to tho steering com-
mittee and the subject will bo taken
up at another meeting to-night.
IVORY SET AT LIBERTY.
'Hip llrlllah Uororiimeul t unlile to Prnva
u iiy hi nilto Conilmiy.
ItirvDox Jnn. SI. The crown proso-
vr. i.i.vr withdrew the chnrire of
conspiracy to onufco a dynamite ex-
plosion brought against Hdwnrd J.
Ivory alias Roll tha New York baloon-
keeper who wns arrostcd in Glasgow
in Scptembor and Justice Hawkins
discharged tho prisoner.
Shortly after the opening of tho pro-
ceedings the solicitor general R. 11
Finley. Q. C M. P. who prosecuted
for the crown announced that he had
definitely ascertained that thudollvery
of the explosives at Antwerp occurred
after Ivory left that place and thnt
there was no legal evidence thnt tho
prisoner was cognizant of their de-
livery. I iilnu I'uolllo Inilulitnlnuw.
Wasiiixotox Jan. St. The settle-
ment of the Paclllc railroad Indebted-
ness by a friendly negotiation between
the government and the Union Pnolilc
reorganization committee has been
delayed. The legal papers have bcon
perfected which were to make tho
government a. jwrty to the ponding
foreclosure suits by the filing of cross-
bills. but the prvsidont and Suorotnry
Carlisle nnd his ollleial advisors aro
not satisfied it is said with tho guar-
antee behind the 530000000 offer made
by the committee.
Uiiuii I.egUlnturc Adjourn.
Dovkk Del. Jan. 21. Th" "rump"
legislature adjourned sine die yester-
day afternoon but before doing so la-
sued n manifesto. The document de-
clares thnt the rights of tho people nro
continually denied in Delaware; that
the legislature and executive authori-
ties have been overthrown; that leg-
ally elected legislators have been
evicted from the state capltol; that "a
corrupt oligarchy'' has usurped the
executive towers of a free state.
Old Civil Kneliirur Diet.
8i. Loi'is Mo.. Jan. 21. Colonel J.
II. Moultou one of the most prominent
civil engineers in the West died hero
yesterday aged 67 years. In 1S30
Colonel Moultou constructed the Lex-
ingtou & Frankfort railroad of which
Henry Clay was the president lie
was afterwards chief engineer of the
Iron Mountain railroad now a part of
the Wabash system besides a number
of other roads.
I'mnlou for Jlr. l'orklnt.
Washikotox Jan. 21. Senator Puf-
fer has made a favorable report from
the Senate committee on pensions on
a bill for the relief of Mrs. Louise li
Perkins widow of the late Kiator
lilshop W. Perkins of Kansas. The
report strongly recommends that the
relief le granted and that Mrs. Per-
kins be paid "X e mouth.
rlMHxl by t'llHUUll StirilllKM.
isAi.txA Kan.. Jan. 21. -Mrs. o. II.
Wllsou died here yesterday as a result
of poiviulng from eatiug canned sar-
dluej. Other members of the fumily
who ute lightly of the same dish have
recovered. Mr. Wilaon represents the
John Deen Plow coiupeuv of Mollne.
Something to Know.
It may be worth something lo know
that the verv best medicine for restor-
ing the tired out nervous 6ystom to a
healthy vigor is Electric Hitters. This
medleine is puroly vegetable aots by
glvlne tone to the nerve centres in tho
btomacb geutly stimulates tho Liver
ana luuncys. ana aius tuese organs in
tlirovtlnp oil impurities in the blood
illeeirio Hitters improves the appetite
aids digestion and is pronounced by
thoso who havo tried it i the very
best blood purifier and nerve tonic.
Try it. Sold for SOo or 81.00 per uotUo
at c. u uentro s urutr store.
The U. S. Qov't Reports
show Royal Baking PvwUtc
superior to mil others.
La Grippe for Golds Doughs
AMD LUNG TROUBLES
"Two Tfnr njM. I lint) the grippe
and it left me with n roujtli which gave
me no rest night .r ilnj . My family
physician prernl-il for hip changing
the tr.ellolne n off.-n as lip found the
things I had taken wore not helping
iiip Imf m pit.-..( iii .iiletiilnnce T got
mi lintter. l-"in:ill my liunlmnil. read-
.: inn- il.u if ;i ;i'iillimii who hsd
1 I ilic unpii.' .mil w:n i ured by taking
i'i'i (')ii'iii I'ii turnl procured for
!'. :i Iwiitle of iIum ini'tliciiie nnd twfnro
I liml taken li.ilf of ii.l was cnrnl. X
mve iiwd l!ie IVetornl for mv ehililn-n
i lid ill my f.imilr nheie'Ver we hntv
iineilfit it. nml have foiinil It a MelH
t ir i-oldn efiiilm. nml Inns trmilite."
i:m.v Wmii. N'mtli 81. Idle ton Ml.
Ayer's Chers'y PeGtoral
KI;;host Honors ct Worl."rf p.-.ir.
Cleams tin SyUen w'M Aycr t ion.sr.:.
CmiKrciioiiaii .M t'M lltln Anl
SiinrvEi-oirr. La. June 21. -Last
evoiiing at 5 occurred the wedding of
Miss Lueile the seconr daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jamea M. Foster to Con-
gressman Denton McMillin of Tenn-
essee. Congressman Hugh A. Dins-
more of Arkansas was best man and
Miss T. Oliver Poster was maid of
Otrr tlio l'retlilmit' Win.
Wasiuxotox Jan. .--Representative
Hrodcrick from the committee of
judiciary yesterday submitted a re-
port favoring the pausing over the
President's vuto of the bill providing
'for a consolidation of a new division
of Kasturn Texas and for holding the
terms of court at ileannioiit.
3lujiir Iliulion to Stay In
Tui'KKA Kns. Jan. 81. Ity a vote of
48 to 40 the members of the joint Pop-
ulist caucus last night voted to post-
pone t'uloflnilcly action on the nom-
ination of a' state printer to till the
"unexpired term" of Major Hudson.
Not u fow who road what Mr Hob.
Kowln of Holland Vt 1 a? to say lx-
low will remember their own experi-
ence unddr like olroumstancos: Ist
winter I had la grippe whfch left me
in alow state of health. I triad nu-
merous remodiee none of wbleh did
mo any good until I was l ad nod lo
try aj bottlo of Chamlorlain's Cough
Remedy. The first bottle of it so far
relieved rao that I was enabled to at-
tond to my work and tho second bot
tlo effected a cure." I'or sale at 15 ana
SO cents por bottle by Heatonian Drug
Tho Nebraska Ileal Kstate agency
for bargains in farm lands.
Ronicrrr Rbbd Manager
111 East Oklahoma Ave.
NAOMf Itcbekah Lodge No. 2 I. O. a I'.
meets CTery Thursday evening at 7:30
in Odd Fellows ball in tho Weinberger build-
lag. Visitors welcome.
FLORA COOPEH N. Q
1IATTIK CAMKKON. Bec'r.
GDTHnin Camp No. S Woodmen of the
World mecu every Monday nljrht In tbe
K.of J' ball. Vlhlting Woodmen are wel-
omc. J. ii. TOWJSRS Clerk.
LKO VINCENT Con. Com.
OUTIMUK I.ODOB NO. 2
A. V. Jt A. M. KoRUlar meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
In each month at S o'clock.
All brethren cordially in-
vited to attend.
II. V. ARDBItV Sec
K. 8. DONNBLLY. W. M.
GUTIIUIR Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. meets
Thursday evenings of each week at 7:W
in Victor block corner first and Harrison.
VliltlnR Workmen always welcome.
V. V. dATCIISLL M. W.
C. O. FINCH Hecordcr.
StmiRIB Lodge No. S K. ot P. meels
every Wednesday at 7:Wtn thslr hall
n the Vlcior block corner first and Harrl-
ion. Visiting knlehts are always welcome
LESLIK O. NlbLACK. O. 0.
J. FOUOART M. ot V. and K. ot It. S
I OHM Meets every Tuesday night In K
I k ox i'. nan.
Visiting chiefs always wel-
W. K. II. SKAHCKY Jr.
M.U. OHRltRY. Obtef of Records.
GUTIIRIK Lodge Ko. 3. I. O. O. 1'. wee.s
Monday nlf-.ht of each week at T: vis-
ting Odd Fellows always welcome.
S. It. IlATklS. K. O
U. W. nilUOU. Sec'y lock box 11.
OKLAHOMA hncaapaieatKo. I I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening la Odd
mellows hall at T . All visiting natrlarcha
welcome. r'KANK TIIOMPiON C. I.
K. P. MKRTRN. Scrtbe.
TVTL'TUAL 1IKNKHT TO LAU1KS. We
IV I I r n usU employment procuiv help; buy
sell or exchange (aiuy arllUm. novelty
too-ls. ticrliHllcaN. ric.
WOMEN'S INFORMATION HUKKAU
llHm ftil.yon IIIim. 1c.
Car llartlsou u.nl il ulun
Gun Makers and Dealers in
GUNS PISTOLS AMMUNITION. BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE
Oldest and only exclusive Oun and Sporting Good House in OUlaliopia. Twerty-flTO yearu' qjepviena infiliojj
and Held coup ed with an honest desire to 8erve our cust-jioora well Is worth Borue'htng to you. If ton are looting
for a Rood gun or a good wliegl made by good uiakeri and ued by good people the place to find it la with us and It
goce w'thout saying that if ou got It atOlsmitb's it will te O. K in price quality ind material
Last week we found
sixteen holes in one
ahlrt all of which were
repaired In our repair department free.
of ohorgo This wcnlt wn rcpiaco oiu
worn-out neclt-hnnds with tiow ones
any sire or kind. Ask for a family
list. Wo have lots of buttons left.
Send in yonr underwear. The Steam
Laundry will talk nirain If you
havo a UMt comlncr. ItlClv MB. A.
W. MoKbaitd Manager.
Coffee and Oyster
Now opens tho winter season with All
the Delicacies the markets afford. A
Short-Order ilonte has been ormied in
connection with the Rakery and Confec-
Frcah Oysters Sorvctl In all
Fresh Fish Oysters and Celery In Bulk.
6. A. HUGHES 0 D. S.
Artificial Teeth on Any Mase Desired Over
1 Teeth on Any liase Uc
100 to select from
l'rtcn the I.UWKST for HIlhT WOKIt.
OFFIOB nooras I s and 3 over llank lmlinn
16 TO 1 SHOTS I
Silver Dollar Saloon
P. 31. VTSX'ST Prop.
Victor UalldlDR corner ItarrUon tad First
The boot of Liquors and Winos in
took. All brands of Hear Cigar and
"obacco. Kree Lnnohes aorved on
aturday ovenlngs. Patrons are al
wed bo sottle the financial question
bile doing business with tills popular
Hugh H. McCreary
Pirat-Clivss IUjh Always Konily.
Hack line running every daybetween Outh
rle and Chandler except Sundays. 17 &
Mall. Ham Cor tut and Vtlaii.
BEST SWISS CHEESE
-FOR SALE AT-
Ill North SeooncI St..
At St) cents a pound. Delivery any-
where In the city.
16 to I.
J. B. FAIRFIELD
Coal and Transfer Co.
The Best Grades of
The Mc A tester a Specialty.
A HAPPY AND PROSPERODS NEW YEAR
Is what we all want.
IF WE START RIGHT
TO AID YOU in dohiff this we have supplied ourselves with
a Large Stock of
15LANK NOOKS JLKMORANDLM J500KS DIAHIBS KTC.
Start a New Book with the New Year. In our Harrison
Avenue window we have on display
Thousands of Tab ets and Reporters' Note Books
YOUR CHOICE FOR ONU 10 CENTS.
The best value ever offered in the city for the mouey.
We have the largest stock of STATIONERY PENS INKS
PENCILS Etc. at Rock Bottom Prices. Come and see us
when you want Drugs Books Stationery. Wall Paper Paints
Oils Window Glass Etc. and we will make you happy by saving
you money. Respectfully your friends.
r umiuviiuiivn ww
And Sportsmen's Goods.
T 8TBVBNB t. p" "J" "
b.-". (?.PCe.ver Qthr!e National baaJi
fltooai a. omee recently mnvd trom second
Boor of Scaton'R lJrug utore.
'T'lIOMAS S. WHIT.
WashlnRton D. U.
tt.iotns iw-S-4 Atlantic llulldinR
MialnR. Lsn4 sntt Pstent lw s Sprcisitr
rAviD i. arrr
WshlnKton D. O.
No. SB r street K. W. '
Pormerly I'tlaclpitl Rxsmlnrr Pension
Ttie imloti pel Icy of the future will IB all
probability be more liberal. Rejected cases
oiiciiru. i.orrenponaence in
ATSON E. OOLKMAN
Land nnd Patent Attorney
WashlnKton. D. C.
Washington Loan snd Trott Bl'dK.
UnPKltSMOKS-Uon. M. V. Alleu U. S. Hen-
ate: Roti. Lftfe Peace. Ktaderbook N. Y.
Hon. John 0. floll. M. 0 -. Boa. 3. O. Hicks
Pramk n. CBoatimAira. CitaeTBn Howr.J
HOHTllWAll'lfl & 1IOWK.
WashlnRton JJ. C
1H0 t Street N. W.
bTEKCIlS SEALS CLOTH MARKERS
MADB ON SHORT NOTICE
And at lteasonable Prices. All Work Guar-
anteed. Write for price of what yon want.
J. P. HAYDBN
108 Mercer St. - Kansas CtlyMn
TAllorln? Cleaning and Hdpairicg
Dyeibg a Specialty.
113 VV HarHPon.
CARRIAGES AND SPRING WAGONS
Put Up To Orclor.
Painting anil repairing done In Brut-class
style. Shop recently enlarRed and titled up
wfth late Improvement. A tew -.econd nand
bugrles and surreyn ttr sale
OH AS. OSGER
31(1 DlvUInn btrrnt.
First publiahed Daily leader December
hand n 111 co at Quthrle Okla Decent
her ! 1880.
Notice Is hereby elven that the follow-
ing nan ed settler hat filed nolle- of hU
Intention to make final proof ' a support
of his claim and that said uri' will be
niadu before the recister and receiver at
(Juthrle Okla. on Jan. SO LW7 viz:
rI iKinias J. Creel for tho lots 6 7 and
s hf so qr sec 7 twp 17 r S e.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his contlnuouH residence upon nnd
cultivation of said land vU:
C. V. Skinner of Perkins. O. T Samuel
DennUon of Perkins. O. T. Rd Cox of
1'erklns O. T.. Pat Morrison of Perkins
A. N. .1: Chook HeRlster.
Coal Always in Store.
untl Yards (505 Wost. Harrison.
We will be well ou the road to gain it.
m lLll UlaOlnll
Goods Sold for Cash and Produce (My
We are now prepared to sell goods cheaper than
ever before. Every article in our Mammoth Stock
lias been marked down to the lowest possible price
that it can be sold for. Owing to the many dif-
ferent kinds of goods wc handle it is possible to
quote prices on only a few articles but you will
find everything marked down to compare with
We can sell you Dry Goods Clothing Boots and
blioes Hats and Caps Gloves or anything in our
line cheaper than any house in Guthrie.
Mr. IWMeklo Plain! Hn.l Iron-. 'ior"soi: '.'.'.'.'.'. M
?h?2alers" Stnnd l Thfeo Lasti.".".'.''.'."..'.' .V
sVa.M?u ;;.'" "nwi
snoo Jjalls. lb package ng
J DC1 ruB)'gtls 8..w
lk-lneh Hiikbj Stubs aw
Unbreakable Sdlllets an
'""arrows steel wheel ..".'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.':.':.'.'.'..':; 1.7s
IMlllfl r'uni' low 03k
i !!og 'VnB io
8-inch wie.' ...'.'.'.'..;.'; .';;;; Vx
loineh Kiie :.:.; ;
D-hnndlu Spades go
A Good liarKo Ilroom .".'".' m
Alarm Clocks kb
S-hole Mouse Trap " 06
81 lbs SiiRar granulated '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. i!oo
10 lbs Hlco ' i m
IP Iba Knlslns
Arbiicklti Coffeo. per package '.'.'.'.'.'. '....'. '.." ' i;
.Ion Collea por packngo 17
llroakfast Cup .7
'UbsOood KIdCoIT-o bulk ". t'm
8 lbs Cracked Java Coflo i'on
85-o.ennK.C llaklnrj Powder .'.."; ao
1- bean IV. rrheand lloyal Halting Powder 45
1- bean Uotigiiuin's good as Pr coV or Royal 85
1- bUlaas.liir JJ.ikor'8l)elii?n Hak.ng Powder WJ
1-lbeiHiTiluintih Making Powdor .... 10
i lbs Bulk Haklng Powder for ar
Apples drlod. por lb 05
Peaches " " fl
Prunes' " " or
1 lbs Hominy in
3 quurta Cranberries (Hell and Huglo). '..'.. '.'.'.'.'..'.'. ':
Orleans Syrup vi
Sugar Drip Syrup '...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. as
Anchor Tobacco ;... -
nnttioAx .......'.:;:::'.:.: .ao
?.tftr . " 30
Ilorseahoo ; w
SliHlgef. J...... 2SI
CuMforiilii Canned Uoods UK and .1ft
Oranges per down 23
lemons " . 20
In ii . ' a. tier w .
'Ickles bulk ier al . 25
Sardines in mlistaro is
Sardines in oil 'or
Salmon . 10
Potatoes' Kansas ......' &ft
" Northern wi
7 liars Whlto Kusslan Soap ... 2"i
7 " Clarlotte " '.M S3
7 " Grandmother " 9a
Jo. I Suit por hbl j.so
100 IbSackSalt 45
100 " Corn Chop bulk . sn
100 sacked .............. 10
100" Monl. bulk ..".... Mi
t "SucksMenl ir
Hnme St'iples 1 for ft 05
llntne Ollps.Sfar on
Two liiintcnps 05
Coffee Po8. 8-qtmrt 10
Covered Huckots. 3-qunrt 0?
Galvanized Iron Tubs largo 06
" " " medium 00
" " " small 50
Hope wer pou ml on
10 lb Oat Meal Flakes for 85
We have opened up a branch house on Division
street No. 107-0 north of Oklahoma ave where we
can supply you with all kinds of Groceries Field
and Garden Seeds Flour Meal Ground Feed etc.
We are grinding all kinds of Feed and Meal and
are prepared to give you some interesting prices
on large quantities.
702 NOBLE AVE. WEST SIDE.
And the Best
Whiskies Wines and Brandies.
"SPECIAL lHtEAV" FOR FA3IIIY USE;
24 BOTTLES FOR $1.00.
PHONE NO 2.
THE BEST PLACE!
A Place a la Washington D. C
Roast Beef French Vegetables
and a Glass of Milwaukee Beer is at
Cor. Oklahoma and Second.
J. W. MoNBAL PiutsiDKiT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
Hoard of Directors lb
Jainea titration Horace Speedo
A.J. SEAV VlOB-PWMIDBNT
addition to llankOfllccrs:
Robert Martin J. It Cottincham.
W. J HORSFALL Caihlar.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, January 22, 1897, newspaper, January 22, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73833/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.