The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 27, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LEAJMfiR GUTHRIE UKLAHOMA.
Entered In tbe pott otnce atOntnrlc OkU
M lecond-cttts nia'l natter.
By the trader rrlntlng Compr.nr
LSSttB O. Nlllf.ACK Editor.
UfBcltl Organ of OliUhnmn Uftnoerncy.
Thk Lkadkii Htndory Uono of the belt
Inttltutiont of the ind In the West and l
dally turning out largo quantities of work.
Sena In your orders for binding and blank
books and tbey will be promptly Attended
Tub Daiia Lkadku aeeopti advortlf
Ins with tho distinct And positive guar-
antee that It hat double the paid
circulation of any newspaper published In
One raontb delivered In city.
One month uj mall .. . .
Three months ..... ..
One Tear. ..-..-
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1897.
From Oklahoma Cltr Ohampton.
tCJ? The Qaibrle Dally Lend-
jcr'B reports of tbo IcrIs-
I littvc proceedings are tbo
'best that come from Guth
rie. It eliminates tho usual
trasb and publishes a com-'
plete concleo anil systomlzcd
report which cannot fall to
gain favor wherever It goes.
The Leader is not paying us
for saying so but it is ahead of
all for lcgislativo news espec-
ially for tho fiilvcrltes.
b"LY OBnr.LADcn has turned bis face
toward tho Betting sun. bly is now
firmly convinced that prosperity is re-
turning but in epotR onir.
The Ardmoro papers nro handling
Secretary Francis without gloves.
Tbey want him "to let tho poor Chlclf
aeaw palo face severely alone."
The sancrkraut interests ask for a
protectlvo tariff. Too much cheap
foreign sauerkraut has intcrfcrrcd
with tbo homo manufacture. Tho
Wienerwurst trut will probably ap-
pear next with a similar request.
Cabu IUh.nes' gubernatorial boom is
dancing around llko a pneumatic ball
It !b liable to vault tbo free homes
trocba at any moment. Bill Walker
should lose no time to invest Dennlb
Fljnn's chances with a hollow smile
and gum Mines.
Tub question naturally arises "How
much did Fiynn pay Tom Rued for
that Wichita advertisement?" Reed
seems to have repudiated all bo ever
said in favor of Flynn and tbo free
homes bill. When Dennis retires Con-
gressman Callahan will liavo more success.
AS TO OD J EOT LKJSOKif
Ever-since Mr. Ttvoed-Jropounded
tbo Inquiry "What nro'yciu going to
do about it?" object lessOdo havo been
gradually becoming popular until tbey
are regarded as nearly indispensable
in the determination of a controversy
It was remembered that Mr Tweed
himself was treated to n fl rat-class
objeat lesbon. Instead of an elaborate
verbal reply to his interrogatory bo
wa9 shown rbat was going to be done
to his grief and undoing. Jay Gould
on a cortatn occasion when ho was
being inconveniently crowded by his
financial rivals called a number of
them into bis office and exhibited to
tbcui such an array of securities nn
convinced them that they woro en-
gaged in a hopeless undertaking and
they retired from tho field in dismay
Hundreds of canes similar In outline
but of varying details could bo cited
but everyone knows that object les-
sons aro given every day and it Is un-
necessary to dwell on their usefulness.
Tho point to which attention is di-
rected is that tho field of that sphere
of operations Is by no means ex
hausted and inventive genius finds
room for the display of new and unique
The neighborhood of Westmoreland
Kans. has been tho scene of a great
deal of claim-jumping and recently a
gentleman having a livo claim in that
vicinity was surprised to ueo a man
haul a load of lumber on bis land and
proceed to unload It. Tho owner of
tha claim wont out to where the lum-
ber was unloaded and remonstrated
with tho interloping stranger but find-
ing his logic unavailing withdrew to
his house whilo the stranger departed
for another load of lumber.
It took some time to return with the
second load and during that timo the
claim-owner had procured a spade and
with it excavated a bolo in the ground
close to tho lumber JuBt six feet long
and thrco feet wide. After doing this
be retired to tbo house and awaited re-
sults. Tbo stranger drovo up with an-
other load obtcrved tho holo noted
Its peculiar shape and size rubbed his
cbln thoughtfully for a moment and
instead of unloading tho second in-
stallment quietly piled the first load
on top of tho second and hauled tbo
entire lot lawny lie did not come
Tho beautico of object lessons woro
never more conspicuously portrayed
than in this transaction. Remonstrance
argument rhetoric were each and ail
inoperative but this rudo ouiliao pic
ture crude and unQnidbed powerfully
influenced tho stranger. It appealed
to bim with much greater force tban
tho most luxurlantvocabulary and ac-
complished all that tin artist wished.
Tho snggcstlvcncss was recognized nt
McMabteh scorns to be making mat-
ters racy for the people of Oitlahoma
Town. lie is a member of the city
conncll and from. what can be learned
from local papers he is anxious to past
au ordinance legalizing tha talk of
anarchists and the demolition of sidewalks.
Tiik Kunsas City Journal sayt: "Th-
Pops of Kansas aro talking about
'acicntlflo money1 but when the band-
ages aro removed tbo same old green-
back eoro of 1872 is revealed." At
any rate those Kapsas Pups aro in
favor of a butter system than the
wretched financial fraud with which
tho nation is now burdened.
The legislative assembly should lose
no time in appointing a committee- of
houso and council members to attond
the mooting of the Oklahoma Livo
Stock association at Woodward Febru-
ary 0 and 10. Our livo stock interests
aro tho most important in tbo territory
and by a proper recognition of tho pro-
posed meeting by the assembly much
good will result. The people of Wood-
ward aro preparing for a largo atten-
dance and a big ti.ao and they should
not be disappointed.
SEortKTAnv oh arATKOLNKr has roa-
son on his side whon be states that tho
eleven years which have elapsed since
the imprisonment of V II. McCord
consular acnt of tho United States at
Arlquipa Peru havo afforded ample
tlmo for tho investigation of the affair
and that It is quite In order now for
tho government at Lima to matro
proper reparation. The treatment of
tho official was particularly atrocious
and his claim of 8200003 is not an un-
just one and the summary order for
settlement made by tho accrotary of
Ut "ill be cordially approved by tbo
Btrlucent Autl-Uturjr 1)111.
.Tkkkkuso.v Citv Mo. Jan. 20 In
tho Senate Senator Iluscho introduced
a bill to regulate tho loaning of money
on chattel mortgages. Tho bill pro-
vides that but 6 per cent per annum
shall be charged on tho amount actu-
ally loaned. It makes a note with a
face value greater than tbo actual
amount loaned on chattels nou-en-forclblo
aud void. Any payee who
shall sell auch note to an Innocent
purchaser shall bo liublo for double
the face value of such note to tho inno-
cent purchaser besides being guilty of
AH IMt'Oltr.iNr U1LU
Tbo bill introduced in tbo lower
bouse yesterday by Representative
Willis providing for tbo continuous
publication of papers doing legal
printing In the territory should receive
the fatorablu consideration of the as-
sembly it is a meaburo that looks to
the protection of territorial nuwapa-
pera and effettually blasts mubbroora
concerns taat spring up to capture a
pbat take and then sink into oblivion
The bill merely provides that no legal
notice advertisement or publication of
auy kind provided by any of the laws
of tho torrltory to be published in a
uewbpapor bbull have force or effect
unless the same be published In a
newspaper of the county having gen-
eral circulation therein and wbLh
newbpaper has been continuously and
uninterruptedly published in Bald
county during the period of fifty-two
consecutive weeks prior to tbo Oral
publication of the notice or advertise-
ment Ample provisions are made in the
bill covering counties whero no papers
aro publtbhed and also protecting pub-
lications for certain periods in caso of
tiro or accident
The ineasuru is indeed a wholesomo
one and its passage ia v.rged by every
member of the Oklahoma Editorial as-
sociation. This tstoclatioD by tbo
nay asks for tbo adoption of but fow
suggestions and tbo measuro In quota-
tion is one of them. Every lawmaker
can discern at a glance the nature of
tbe bill and tbo vast protection afford-
u legitimate and deserving publica-
tion a from tbe ravagea of news
paper ghouls. Past tbe bill
Itbor Leaders and LegUlutlou.
Jefferson City Mo. Jan. SO. The
State Federation of Labor is holding
n conference horo which will last inrbt
of tho week. Delegates will spen'i a
frood share A their tlmo working .vltb
cglslators in tho interest of labor
measures. An eight hour law ia tbo
principal ono and tho ono to which
they will devote most of their ntteu
tion. Tboy aro working also for bills
providing for better ventilation of
metal polishing shops and better sani-
tation for bakeries
Aevada Want tha III. right.
Khno Xcv. Jan. 20. Petitions an
being circulated amoug tho busi-
ness men in different HirU of
the state praying the state legislature
now In scv.Ion to llconso prize righting
and boxing contests. Dan Stuart the
fight promoter is said to have boon in
Curson for aevoral days looking over
the situation. The present outlook
for bringing oft tho Corbott-Fitaslm-inons
fight in this state is promising.
La Grippe for Golds Coughs
AND LUNO TROUBLES
" Two years age I had the grippe.
and it left me with a cough which gave
tne no rest night or day. My family
physicinu prescribed for me changing
the icediclne as often a he found the
thing I had takan were not helping
FntrontiA Oklahoma Frople
IMfo in Oklahoma Not In Wich-
ita. I will photograph both liouaae of
tbe legislature in n few days And
the photographs will be better than
any foreigner cnu make. Patronize
home Swearlngen tbe Photogra-
pher. If you want sewing min-hlne supplies
go to a rowing maehlno expert that
mean KngUM 11.4 14. Okl-boma av
nue tho bVyrlo lirue. 2J9
For trade A three-room houae far a
amall trnetof land noxr Outhrie Ad
dress "X" eare Lend-r. 19tf
Bxeharg your old fewmsf marblnca
on now oueB. Ivnntiw 113 R. Oklahc-
inauvonuc the bicycle hnnso 82wS
The new No. 0 Win eh r W Von
towing tini'-hltip la a frlrrid maker
Give Ua call Knntl--a 1 13 Oklahoma
avenue the bicycle; house 2I-.2
j lly Frank U Kreaa. Leave orders (t
I New York Hardware Stor or Htowe
i ilardwaro Co lm
me but. In r tc of his attendance I get
no lx-tteT. Finally my husband read-
n one dv nf a pentliman who bad
had tbe pript'p ami nas cured by taking
Aycr'd Phoiry IVrtornl procured for
me a bottle of this medicine and before
I had talcen hnlf of it I was cured. I
have used tlie IVctornl for my children
and In my f nnilv whenever we havu
needed it and have fonnd It a peclflo
for cold conglm and lnne troubles."
Emily "Wood Xorth 8t. Elkton Mil.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Highest Honors nt World's Fnlr.
Cleanso the System vilh Ayer's Sarsaparllla.
FIRE AT CENTROPOLIS MO.
'J ho Mlmoarl rrog and Cronlug TVorka
Aro Totally Destroyed.
Kansas Citv. Mo. Jan. 20. The
Missouri frog and crossing works at
Cuntropolls. Mo were- totally des-
troyed by 11 ro about 2 o'clock this
morning. The low Is estimated be-
tween S30.000 and $40000. with S15.000
insurance. Tho origin of the fire is
unknown. Tho works were owned by
John I lllairot lilntratown N. J. nnd
will probably be rebuilt Inside of a
month or six weeds. Tbe Qro throws
nbout fifty men nnd boys out of em-
ployment HIGGINS WINSTHE PLUM.
Tlio fit. I.ouU IlxcUn Coinlulllniierlili
Settled nt Lint.
.Tkfpeiwon City Mo Jan. 20. Gov-
ernor Stephen announced this morn-
ing the appointment of Charles P.
lligK-ins to bo excise commissioner of
St. I .iu in. Tbe fees amount to SiO.OtW
or more annually. Kd Oroftr nn appli-
cant for tho ox else commlaslonendiip
will it Is thought got the Insurance
cnmmlRfllonomhTn now hold by Jitmca
Jail Ilrtltpry Vk I'luniM-il.
Manbfiki.u Mo .Inn. 2fl O. W.
Johnson ahorlff nnd o.x-Prosecuting
Attorney Farnaworth of Avn Douglas
county took tho train here lust night
for West Plains Mo to which place
tlmy bad Ituen called by Jnllkceper
Wllcr to get ICd Perry murderer of
the Sawyer family who will be hanged
nt Avn Saturday next Perry has
been at West Plains for sufekceptng
nnd a Jail delivery plot wns discovered
Perry will bu taken to the court house
nt Ava and heavily guarded until tho
bout; of his oxertition Saturday.
Have yonr short orders filled bv A
K re bs at 11. IUiWbosh'B In the Lyon
building on Division. Open dav ana
ROYAL Baking Powder
lias been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
G. A. HUSHES 0 D. S
2500 to select from.
First published In Outhrlo Dall Bradcr.
Jan. 2. ls?r " 5
NOTICE FOR PUBLtCATf6Nt
Lsnd offlco at aiithrle 0 JnduTfyl
no ice is iiotoby given that the .follow-
h g named i.itilor ii sfild notice ol hi
lnt ntlun to make flnal proof in utipport
of i.'S claim au'1 that sitld proof will b-
made b 1- re the reel ter ud receiver of
U S land oftlce at Uutbrl Ok on fob.
87 Ir7 vli:
Wnshliigton Irving Wlgfnn for tho so
qr of ec 3 two 16 n rSw I. M.
llenmnfS the following itnef !eg to
pin his conilniiuus resiunci upon and
cultivation of. aald lund. viz:
John E. Contuaii lienr Coleninti
Forrest L Cease Wugene A. Cease all of
39 0. A. N J. CftooK Register.
First publUhed In the Dully Leader Jan.
notice for publication.
Land oftlce at Outhrie O. T January
Nnticn Ik hereby given that the follow-lnK-niimed
Sfttler ha- filed notice of his
liiti'iitUni to make final proof In Mipporti
of bis claim and that said proof Mill Lie
made beloie the register m d riclver at
Uuihrie u. I'. on t'i bruary 0 1SB7 vxt:
Andrew Leary foi th- s w qr tee 81. tp
10. n of r 1 w.
U name the following wltnoee to
prove ' it ontlnuon reauleace tri0n a. d
cultivation ol raid land vl :
Geor e It Morgjn Ueorito S. Tl omp-
on Jan'es N. nid rxon Walter S. Wil-
son of Wuihrlc O T.
3WJ A. N. J Crook. Register.
- i i
First pnbllthed in tho Dally Leader Jan
NOTICE POR PUBLICATION.
Land office at KincSshor O. T..anu
uary It. leVT.
Niiilcb her hv elven that tho follow
ing named sen lr ban Die notice f his
intention to manu iinal proof In support
o lil-i claim and thai i-uia proof will nu
made b'loco the renter and r oetver. at
KlngUaher U. T on Fibruary 2$. 1997
William M. Bk" r for the s hf no qr
and nw qr se qr and iota 7 und ts sec 1 tp
lie names the follow lug wltnotics to
prove hi-continuous residence upon inul
cu tlvatlon 'f id land vL:
W lum Pior.n of (ntlirle O. T
Blthu 11. Cox Qluit-r Cox Altx rt C King-
old of Croacunt O. T
E. O bnutA. RogU'cr.
f rljuawjfyp miimm i i .
I milll. Illl I I II I I I I I .!!. in
Prlcra tlte LOWFHT for 1 1 BUT WOTtU
OFPIOS nooms 12 an J .lover Bank Indian
OH I MY TEETH !
Best Teeth and Dest Rubber on Earth
Everything guaranteed to be strictly Orot
class ana warranted
S6.00 PER SET.
(Klther upper or lower.)
Ooldniltngn.il CO and u; . Silver (Gold and
Platlna Alloy) Cement and Outta Percba
tilling DO cents and u Extracting ttceriu.
llrldge work at currenpondliiuly low price
As appeai b above we warrant (with a war-
rant that I worth Juki wnat It Bays too.) all
our work to be strictly Orst-claaa We do
not ue cheap Job te- ih but the vert be t
tbat arc made In the United Statra(aui) tbat
meanii In tbe orld) as "ell an tbe very beat
runner ami give you exactly tne same ming
lor woo that wecnargeu fi&uo tor a cou
of vcars atio We have been nracilc
dentl&try for more than 17 ream and bavr
received our eoucatlou In the liettt college.
In the land and irnm the nest leucnm nave
all the modern metuods and applUncc.
(Mime of which are not In any other odli e In
the Territory) and will do you belter work
for less money and give better aatUfaclloii
than any other o nice in Oklahoma.
Southwest cor. Oklahoma Ave. and First Si
First published In tho Outhrie Dally
Loader January s!0 1807.
NOTICS POR i-U8 ICAflON.
Land Office at Kingfisher O. T. January
isothe Is hereby given that th following-named
fetter lias filed rlotloe of his
intent on to make final prijol in support
of i Is claim and Hint said urooi will ho
ii. nun belore .he register ana n celver a.
KlnUher O. T. on Petiruary 8J 1907
ICiihu if. ( ox. n R". N E03S for tho
s bf of n w qr and lot 1 3 ana 4 ec 1.
In tp 16. r 4.
He liBiixs the following wluiesso to
r.ivM hh continuous realai-uce ujjOii und
cultivutlou of rani lun't. viz
William PU-rson. of Outhrie. O. T.
Wli lm ' Ui-er. ElmerLox AlcbitC
l.lngoid of Crescent O T
B O. SriutAX
Firtt published Dally Leader December
Nolico lor i'lihlicutloii.
Land office at Outhrie Okls Decern
ber 14 18U0.
Notice ' hereby given that the follow-
ing n . ed sttler lia fltiNl notice of Lis
Intention to tnako final proof In -iipport
of hi claim and that said proof will be
made bffiiro tbe rt elder and receiver nt
Uuthrle. Okla. on Jan. HO. 1SU7. viz:
i Immas .1. Creel for tne lots o 7 ana
s bf e qr sec 7 twp i" r 8 o.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove hit' continuous rfwlQi'iico upon aud
culllvatio i of said land viz:
C. K. SUlnner of Perkins O. T.. Snmuol
Dennl-on of Perkins O. T. Kd Cox of
Perkins. O. T. P..t JlorrUon of Perkins
A. N. J. OKOOK.Itoglstor.
Goods Sold for Cash and Produce Only
We Are now prepared to sell KiHids cheaper than E
ever before. Every nrtl-le in our M.mmotli Slock I
ms uc-en inantea down to t lie lowest possible price
Uiat it can be sold for. Owiny; to the mauv dif-
ferent kinds of goods we handle it is possible to
quote prices on 011I3" a few articles bin von wilt
lind everything marked down to compare with
We can sell you Dry Goo's Clothing foots and
bhoes Hats and Caps tlov-s. or anything in our
line cheaper than any houst in Gulhiie.
Mr?; Potts' Mckii- Piatet - 1 oi"ier ;.t
Six-foot Crosscut Saw (DM t v t.an.il.rl
20-inoh Piiiniusntid L vels u'ljuvi.hle. '.'.'."..'.. ..' 5
VMS fUII UlICKHW V)
ShwrnakeM' atnnd and Three l.at-. "'"'" 45
IlaifSoleS '.( ii
shoo Nuns jjih pnckiges..... .. .:?.:::. ...
vv. ""' 'l'u' l'"r J""
K-bioh Huggr Stub
li-lnch llucgy Stubs
lM-Inoh ItuuRt St' b
Unbreakable) S lib is
Vliolbairovva svoi i((.r.
X!ri' Stretcher . B w id u.i'ent '....'."
Wire N11IL. in r tiud i-u.. ..
litis Hog Itingi-m
Hill line Kings per package ....
10 Inch PHo
I)-1!111(1h H I utile. ej
A Oood l.arwre II room i
Alarm Clocks g
S hole Mouse Trap ...'' .'.'.'.'.'.''.'.'.'"'.'. 05
i 10a ougur graunlated i.iy
ID lbs Rico
in ibs Hri'stiii ..'.".!'..'.!'...!!. 1.00
ii"utni. wui'u iH-r p cxago 17
Lion titflee per package 17
Hi oak fast Cup 17
0 lb Uuod 111 coir h. tinu. '..'..!! "W. Too
a n'3 lidcki'u jitviv uon -P
5-or.Cttii K C lUklue l'owd i- .'.'.'.'.'.'.'!'
l-'bcan Dr. I'rl-HHnd RovbI It.il g Powder
l-ican Ili.ugui n' uo..d h Pr e - or Koyt'..
1-lptjlaSK a lUker's I'l.-Hr . I'.-ik nK l'owdir
1-lbcaii Itiutnuh ltkliu p.mc'. 1
4 lha Hulk Uaking Powd r fur
Apples dried per lb
lVachi-s " ' ....
4 Ibs Homli j
3iuarist r.iut)rrleii(U. 11 11 1 Pitah-i.' !"..!. '.
Sugar Drip syrup .!."
CornS rup ...'.'..'.
A nclior 'I obacca
Hledg t ..
California Canned Oood-i .. iW .id
Oranges per dozen
Lemons " .
Pirklea. bulk per Kl
8ardlos. In mustar .--.. .
aiirdliiiw. In oil
J. B. FAIRFIELD
Coal and Transfer Co
The Best Grades of Coal Always in Store.
The McAlebter a Specialty. Prompt Delivery.
Olllce itntl Yards (J05 West Harrison.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS SEW YEAR
Is what we all want.
O n I . proved by tho statements of lead-
nw Ing drugglitj everywhere show
that tho people Itave an abidlnc couDdence
in Hood's Saruriarllla. Ureal
PliynB proved by tho voluntary state-
f U ICO raents of thousands of men and
women show that Hood's SarsaparlUa a-
tually does possess
Dawav 0cr dlsraso by purifying en-
""Ol rlchlng and InvlgoraUng tho
blood upon which not only health but life
Itself depends Tbe great
Qnrrftsicl Hood's Sarstp&rllla in
OULLoli curing others varrants
you la believing that a faithful use of Hood's
Sampartila trill cur you If you sutler from
aoy trouble caused by Impure blocd.
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggU. 11.
Pre rated only by a I. Hood & Co. Lowell. Mast.
When the eltl comes to be a woman
look out. If she starts out in vigorous
wouiauly health then it Is pretty safe to
say she w'tll be a healthy attractive
Tbe begiuutng of womanhood Is tbe
real crisis in a woman's life. Nearly
always something is wrong then in the
distinctly fimiiitue oruus. Maybe it
isn't very serious no matter tbe time
to stop disease is when it starts.
will bring girls safely through the crisis.
Taken at tbe first indication of weak-
ness it never faila. It regulates the
monthly periods with perfect precision.
Its action is direct upon tbe feminine
organs that above all others ought to
be strong aud well.
Start tlie girl right. Don't expose bet
to the tlauuera and tortures of d ragging
weakness bearing down pains nervous
prostration and the debilitating drains
so couittioti to women.
McKlreo'n Wine of Curdul is a home
treatment. It does away entirely with
abhorrent "local examinations."
Sold st II. 00 a Bcttlt b Dolr la UtJIclts.
IF WE START RIGHT
"We will be well on the road to gain it.
11 mil ore ea'Jr t0 uke-
I1WXI t'l 1 1 to operate s&ceut
TO AID YOU in dointr this we have aupplled oumelves with
a Large Stock of
11LANK 00KS 3IK1I0KANDIM HOOKS DlXlllKS ETC.
Start a New Book with the New Year. In our Harrison
Avenue window v have on display
Thousands of Tab ets and Reporters' Kote Books
YOUR GHUCE FOR ONtf 10 CENTS.
The best value ever offered in the city for the money.
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. aud we will make you happy by having
you money. Respectfully your friends
Gun Makers and Dealers in
GUNS PISTOLS AMMUNITION BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE
And Sportsmen's Goods.
m. ... .'-jfv -.. -ma
T"VB--b'ftxA. TXAiviYiifir fa 5-ri5C5i.;aJX'trv
Oldest and only exclusive Gun and Sporting Quod Home tu Oklahoma. Twurivflve yi-arb" exf rience In shop
and field coup ed with an honest desire to carve our customers wen. is worta wnwaiw io u 1. 1 '"T.i. n.i I.
for it flood gun or a good wheel made by good maker sad tned by Rood people tbo plw to find it H vflth us and it
gce without saying tbat If you get it mtOlsmlth'a U will O. K in price finality and material.
Salmon .. !.!!."!." ...... .10
7 liars Whim Hifslan otit
7 ' ClnriBti
7 " niandinoiher "
Xo 1 Suit pur hbl
(J0i"Corn Chop tuillc
100 Moal. bull;
24 Sacks Mi-al
ilurao Oltpo.Sf .r
1 wo l-niiiicups
CofTeo Po . S'lpmrt
Cov. rod Iluukui. 2-quart
Oalvanlzed Iron Tubs large...
" " '" medium
" small ..
llopo tier round
10 Ih Oat Moal Flakes for
... ..... .
We have opened up a branch house on Division
street No. 107-9 north of Oklahoma av where we
can supply you with all kinds of Groceries Field
aud Garden Seeds. Flour Meal Ground Feed etc.
We arp grinding1 all kinds of Feed and Meal and
are prepared to give you some interestiug prices
on large quantities.
flji. V Jf A LA ii J JL1
702 NOBLE AV". WEST S'DE.
V"! o a
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And the Best
Whiskies Wines and Brandies
"SPECIAL BJtliW" FOit FAMILY USK;
24 BU'lTLES F0K l 00
PHONE NO 2.
22X3. 'iSCsaararioxjt -fflfc.rE;33.Tia.&
THE BEST PLACE!
A Place a la Washington D. C
Roast Beef French Vegetables
and a Glass of Milwaukee Ueer is at
Weinberger Bro&v 1
Cor. Oklahoma and Second.
J. W. MoNEAL PittjSiDK.vr
A J. 8EAV Viet.PaK8ji)BT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
Hoard of Director !u nddittM Ut lUat 0cr
Horace Speed.o Robert Martin
W. J HORSFALL
J. VL. Coitljfgi.am
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 27, 1897, newspaper, January 27, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73837/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.