The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 27, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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1H1IG LEADER. GUTLLUUC OKLAHOMA.
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First published In the Daily Leader Jan-
uary 13 197
Notice for rtililie.tt inn.
Land Offlco nt Quthrte O T January IS
Hot co Is heroby glvpii that tho follow-
named settler has Sled tiotlrn f hit In-
tention to mtiko finnl proof m sutiiit of
his claim iflid that said pi mil win be
mHdo b fore n Rist r hu i receiver at
Guthrie on February 80. iSP7. vlr-
John T lltimo for the se qr of m-c 9 tp
10. r 1 w
lie names tho following witnvs"s to
prove hs continuous reid"iictt upon and
cultivation of snld land viz:
Frank Ellis G-orro E Emmons. Frank
Won hurt Joe II tasAtl ailuf Gutbrle
A N J Crook Register
First published In Dally Leader Jauury
Notice lor Publication.
Lsnd office nt Guthrie O. T. January
Notice Is hereby lven that the follow-liig-namcd
settler has filed notice of hi
Intent on to mal; tiual piooi lu uiort
of his claim and tha: said pt of li b
niado before he register u d reci Iver ut
Uuthr c Ok . on Feh. l isy7 vl?.:
Justtu P. Rhodes for the lol 1. 2 s hf
neqr sc 3 tp in n r 3 ; lot 3. sec H5
and Ijt5uf sec 3-1 in tp 17 n of t S w
lie liumes the follow lit" witne-ses to
prove lisc nilnu tn remdeiioe upon nd
culUv.a on of. said land viz-
John K. Williams Cuiulis M Ham
Emmet V. Head Charles E. Mouth-id ll
of Outline ok.
3893 A. N J. f uooh R. lter
First published in the Uaio Lead r Jan
Notico lor liihli nf Ion.
Laid oflico nt Guthile (). T. Januar)
Nolle Is hereby gtvi-n that he follow-
ing name sotllor has lll d no Ice o iil
intentiontitnakeHii.il piooi in sin port
of his claim m.il thai ikl iu-.iO' III i-
mado belote thu reti-l i ami receiver at
Unthrle (). T on Fi-iiruaiy II. I87. viz:
Oliver Joluou fur ilw to or se33. lu
twp 10 of r 1.
lie names the following witness s to
prove his coniinuou- r I1- nre upon and
cu tlv tlonufsal land u:
William lleiiry Alfnrd John Haa.
William H Kirch and t;er'' Morgan all
Guthrlo U. T. A N.J. Cwh -k
First published in the Daily Leader Jan.
Noiico for PulilH'iitioii.
Land oQlco nt Guthrie U. T.. January
Notlco ts ht-reby iclven ih t he follow-
ing named settler bus ti ed notice of her
intotnlon to make timl iiooi in sui port
of her claim and that n d proof will be
made before the relun ai.d receiver at
Uuthrle. O. 1.. on IN bnutr 1. 1S-J7 viz
Fannie S. llevanx w idow nd h ir at
law of Sidney 11. Itevaut deeea'i for
tho n hf oqr sec 21. tp n u r J w I. M.
yho names the follnHmu w linejiton to
prove her coniinuou'- r iii nee upon and
cult vatlon of saut i.uei v iz
John liuckes Danie U Idmer Ellas
Ackors and Chailes K Smith ah of Guth-
rie. O. T. A. N J . L'uuoK
3S99 t egl-ier.
First published In the Dally Lea.'er Dec.
Notico for Puliiicatlou.
Land ofllce at Guthrie U. T. December
Notice i hereby given that theollow-llig-numed
settler L nled uotlce of uls
Intention to make ti. nl pioo Id support
of his claim and th i m d p.'-x. f wl.i b
made before the reg lei and receler at
Guthr o. O T. on iilnuuiy 6. 1Su7 viz:
"AQur W Keebv lor no n w qr. tc
26. p IS Dr 8 w.
Ho names the following witnesses u
prove his continuous r."nliiice upon and
cultlvailon of sad and. v i;
John M. Whitehi ad. Ira i Pr bbitnd
Valentino GeHrhart. of Uuihrm. ". T
and Henry Alman. of Enfield i T.
3395 A.N J LKooh IViter.
First published In the Dally Lender Jan
Notico for I'uiilicaMnu.
Land ofllce at Guthrie O T.
Notlco Is hereby given that .r
Ing named sett.ei bus nn-! eotl i
Intention t ma- liual i roof u
of his claim and that -uid proof
made before tin- icgisur ainl in'
Guthrlo. Ok Fei. if l-t7. u.
Thomas P luppior lou .1 4
i an nary
qr Sec 7 tp in li ut i 1 w
He nanus tli.- lull. lug It ..
prove his eoiitiiiiloos rePidi'uce i.)
CUlt'Vatloti of sttii iti d vl.:
Juntos A Mill' r. David I
ChuilnsJ Doty Jom'uIi l liuuii -Gut'Tie
3923 A N .1 CuooK . '
u an i
First published Jn it Duly L dei Jau-
uai 1" IH'7.
Notico for 1'uliln ir inn
Land Ofllce at Gutluie O T .Umary
NOthO IS ' erel y yvefi liia'ihi follow-Ing-Qumed
S4tlei li.i- ll ril in n u a
Inlenuuu to leak' lii ul i ro.'f n-'iip-ri
Of his claim ami 'I'M -U'H pin I l.l bo
made bef re tne r. i-t rnnlin ivrat
Gll'iirie. O. I .in ti-tii nary Jt. .si; vix
Ed v. In F 4br ltl I . foi the m; ii jf n?c V
tp 15 r 1 w.
liu Jumut the lollovt'ii Wl'nes-es M
prove hirtTHiii ii.uous milf ve upon aud
CU'tlV llnll Ol still Lili: U
WHiam S liogilin. I'.dwin K Pi lc
HamUO' It Given- K U 1 1 L. Aru tri g
al oi tiprlugvale O i.
A il J.ll! UK ti gisur
First published in the Dai.y Leader Jan.
i ' i jl ' y ii "' ua.i ji.' mi
iT vpySsM "
u sRKari atK
i nti it7- i ii ''x . "v i- i n.1 i
eav r. ij -e
but the yiJSIiiiiL
Notice fur Publication.
Land ofllte at Guthrie O. T. January
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
I'gn mod settler ha" bled notice of his
intention to make tiual proof lu support
of hU claim and tun said proof wi be
made before the register and receiver at
Guthrie. O. T. on Fb. uary n IHrt. viz:
Fr nk M Stanley for tht sw qr of see
0. tpio. r2 w.
lie names the following wltseeseg to
prove hi- continuous rtoie upon and
cultivation of said laud viz
Lurid P. Annl. Fruk G. Foxwerthy.
ScotI. lUmoy Lewis P. Kelson all of
ml'0' A.N J. CnooaBegliUr.
-ir nsEr.r-c-cAL J
JlCv 0 -xaw&i-- W J
Von will And one coupon
Insldo each two ounce bar
mid two coupons inside each
four ounce bngofuUckwell's
Ihirliam. IJuy a bag of till
celebrated tobacco fctid road
tlio coupon which give a
list of valuable presents and
First published lu the Dal'y Leader Jan-
uary IS 18STC.
Notico for Publication.
Land Office at Uuthrle O. T. January 14
Notice Is horoby plren that tho follow
Ing-nutned settler has fi ed notlco of his
iimiutloii to make linal proof In support
of t is claim and that said proof will be
ma bef re the register and recolver at
Guthile t) T.ou February 27 1897 viz:
K'limor At her ton for tne neqr of sec
89 to 17 n ra .
He names - ho following witnesses f
prove his contlnuoiH residence upon tnJ
cultivation of xald land viz:
Gutierliis Olson. John L. C -use. John
W Durst. I!euou II. ilark all of Ptr-
klns O. T.
A. N. J. Ck&ok Register
First published In tho Duthiio Dally
Loader Jan 121897.
Nolito lor Publication.
Land oflico at Guthrie O T January
Notli-o Is hereby given that tbft follow-Itig-iiamHi
settlor has tiled notice of his
Int utlon to make tin i! i roof In support
of his cntlm. and that said proof will bj
maiie before tho register and recelvoi at
ttinhrle. om February 19 1897 viz:
David Roberts for the s hf of uw qr
ec 2. twp ic r 2 w.
lie names tho following witnesses to
orovo his continuous residence upon and
colli allot) of said land viz:
George W Harrison John L llonson
Be- Jaml'i Doolin and Washington Med-
ley all of Guthrie ) T.
30it A N J Crook Register.
First Puhil-hed In tho Guthrie Daily
Leader Jan. 12 1897.
Nolico for Publifution.
Land oiiico at Guthrie O. T. Janrary
Notice i heroby given that tho follow-IbK-natned
settler has tiled notice of his
Intention 'O inako linal proof In support
of hii cl.ilm and that ald proof will be
made befoto the reghii-r and receiver at
t.uthrle. O. T . on February 19 1897 viz:
En Mattocks fur tho s w qrsec21 tp
16 ii. r :i w.
He nnmes tho following witnesses to
PP'Vh his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said and viz:
N"'"an A Myers. S-ott C Rnmoy.
Lund 1 Minis Frank M Stauloy all of
Guthrlo O. T.
A N J Chook Register.
First publl&heil in Dally Leader January
Notice for Publication.
Land oflico at Guthrie O T. January
Notice is hereby given that tho following-named
settler has tiled notlco of his
Intention to mako liual proof in support
of hl claim and that said proof will ho
mode before tho register and recelvor at
.uthrle. Ok. on Feb. 11 1897. viz:
Jacob Ford for the o hf. a w qr sec 8
tp lft. n r 1 w.
ho namos the following witnesses to
prove h s continuous res.denco upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
KiituMi L"Volls nU Klrkman Har-
rison Williams vVilllam P. Kellogg all
of Guthrie Ok.
SSC A. N. J. Cunoic Register
First published lu the Gulhriu Dally
Leader Jan. 9 1897.
Notico for Publication.
Land oflico nt Guthrlo O T. January
Notlco Is horobyglven that tho follow-
named settlor has nled no' Ice of his in-
tention to mako dual pn of In upport of
hl clal'o. and that said proof will bo
made ttefore ho reitsterand recolver at
utnhrle O. T.. on Feb 18 1897. viz:
Walter M. .lohnsuu for tho n w qr sec
21 tp lb r2 w.
Ho names tho foil wing witnesses to
prove i Is continuous residence upon aud
cultivation of. said land viz:
Peter Sleek. Wil lam Delaney George
w uarris. uauiei w. Aiartin an ot
Guthrie U. T
SUM A. N. J. Chook Keglster
Fl.st pti'llsned In tho Guthrlo Dally
Leader Jnu. 9 1897.
Not cu for Publication.
Land oflico at Guthrlo O. T. .an. 7
otioe Is hereby given that tho follow
named s-'ttli r has tiled notice of his In
t. mion to mako Una! proof In stt . in of
his cUlm. and that sad prouf will bo
inaoo efore '.he register and receiver It
S iar.d oiiico at Guthrie U T on Feb.
m i out ..I
Duvhl Sronco for tho s w qr sec 27 tp
jo. r s w
He names tho following witnesses to
prove his ontlnuous rosldenco upon and
cultivation oi. sniu ia u. viz:
John C. ltuy. John A. No bllt Richard
Sin th Siihu I Ooldstrup. all of Uuth-
rle. O T.
3M A.N '.Cwi.K.R.glstcr.
First published In the Dally Leader Jan.
Notico for Publication.
Land ollloe at Guthrie O. T. January
Nonce is hereby given that the follow-
ing naiiiu se' tier has tiled notlco of bis
tuteiitl it to mako flu tl proof In support
ot his claim and that salt proof will be
mil" befoul the rlslor and receiver at
U( AiImoii February 13. 1897. viz:
I M McDowell for these qr of sec 17
III wp 16 of r 2 w.
ie na os th following witnesses to
pt ve Ins eontluubiis residence upon and
9 ilvatlonof aid land viz:
tVIHiam M Taylor. Cha ceC'ark. John
urns aud Jerr Tyne r all of Guthrie
. T A. N J. Cbook.
first publlsbaJ in tho Guthrie
I Leader January 7 1807.
Notice for Publication.
Land Ofllce at Guthrie O. T. Jan. 0
Notlco ts hereby given that the fol
loVng-Lanied settler has filed notice oi
hi. Intention lo make 2nal prooff In sup
port of his claim and tbat said proof will
be made before tho register and receiver
at Guthrlo O. T. on Fobruary IS 19V7
William II. Rotroad for tho qrof
sec 32 tp 16 raw.
He namos the following witnesses io
prpvo bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
J P. Keeder. T V lUrns John Me-
Creary Edward ri. Kexroad all of Guth-
rie O T
A. N. J Cbook Register
bll ' MEXBCR
A. A. Fisher
J n Johns m
a W Uould
U. II. Learned
J. U. OeUols
R. J. Clark
I). S Itamlolph
D. 1. Ma rum
1 .nil Creek
President Hon. J. V. Johnson of Oklaho-
l'rfMdent pro tern Wn Garrison of P nd
Chief clerk A M. Macker of Pond Creek
A-tMant chief clerk A. 1). Campbell of
Ubicf entolllng clerk C. G Hunter of
Assist int chief enrolling clerk. J W. Mc-
Murtrec of Chevenne.
Sergeant-at-arras Hugh Owens of New-
klrk. AHlt.int ser?eants-at-arm. J W Saxm.
ofTecumseh; J. Illghtower
Mes-cnger J. Dent of Idnpflher.
t haplaln. Iter T II. '.lold. t Wfxl
Pajfes Harry Weltibernrr. lord Calvert
and Wadare Poland of uthiie: Rlihanl
Castle ot Knirt.
Janitors R. T Dnntee of Oklahoma
county and G. W. Hutchlnn of Chandler.
Watchman A. W. Powers of Watonga.
U"mHiMnt. t'l. rlin.
JudlcIary-Mlss Alblne Htevens Qothrle
l'ubllc Land Miss Hat'le I. Hunt. Perry.
County andOouuty Atfalrs John M. liager.
(J'larantlnc and Animal Industry -J P.
Ways and Means-Mrs. C M Gould Kl
Municipal Corporations It. B t'laik.
Private Corjtor.i' Ions and Corporate Laws
Lew P. Mnsler JIMwnee.
Afilstant clerks. J C. Delaney. of Perry
and J. A. llakcr. of McLoud
Hnrolllnp at d cnKros'rg clerks a. II
Noble J. W. Courtney Miss Alice Nitineil
and Miss Minnie Mltirr of Uuthrle; II. H.
Moose of Norman: Miss Bsta Hannrr. of
Stillwater; J. V. Koogle. ot Perry A N
Daniels of KlnKdslier and Gutbrle aud J. R
McMurtry ot Cheyenne.
H'hikI'iii; !! mmt'le's
Judiciary Ddlols Marum Fisher John-
Ways and Means Oould Marum Dcllols
Education Garrison rishcr Johnston.
Municipal Corporations. Marum Iyuch
Johnston Dell' its Clark.
Agriculture and Highways Hanner Clark
Learned Hrown Gould
Enrolled and Engrossed Dills Johnston
Dcllols Learned Hanner. Hrown.
Railroads Hrown Johnston Garrison
Elections Plshcr Johnston Lynch aarrl-
Public Institutions Clark. Hanner Lynch
Federal Relations Randolph Oould Learn-
ed Fisher Marum.
Private Corporations and Corporate Laws
Johnston Garrison Marum Clark. Ran-
dolph. Public Lands Putter. Garrison. Marum.
Military Affairs Gould Marum Randolph
Quara tine and Animal Industry Lynch
Marum Clark Hanner Learned
Standing Rules President Garrison Dc-
llols Hrown Marum.
Counties arm county Affairs. Learned
Johnston Fisher Randolph. Oould.
Jtcob W. May
I). 8. K.e
Tom II. Do)lc
E. E. ONn
M. E Ferguson
Sac and Fox
J M Mnvall
II II. Alien
Wm. J Gault
James K. Graves
Urn V. Wl son
J. ( . Tousley
Ttios K Willis
O M. Uarnes
W b. Sullivan
Wm. It. Ilerry
Albert 11. KlHs
Levi M. St. Clair
Geo. W. Vlckers
O. P. Cherry
J E. George
The balance of our Overcoats must be
sold regardless of profit or cost. If you
have any idea of buyhnf nn overcoat it will
be to your advantage to cse what we have.
We never carry over an Ulster or an Over-
coat if a price will move them. We claim
for our Ulsters and Overcoat the latest
styles the best workmanship the best flt-
ting garment on this market.
space to quote the prices.
them the price will be low
HATS AND CAPS.
The largest and most complete stock of
Hats and Caps in the Territory you can find
at our establishment. We have all the
latest shapes in Soft and Stiff Hats at prices
that are sure to please 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-
SEJ M IS 31 PI flfib &&fc Jr
Instant ri f fn '.' ' ' bnblcs and
res' Iir t r t hiIum- ii i t tm tmth silth
CrnccnT ' vr ami a 'n'le application ot
TrTtcrnV ( nn:inent the prent skin cure
Tlio onlv speeilv and t'oiioiuleal treattnen'
for 'tchlng burnlnir bleeding scaly an
pimply humors of the skin scalp and bit
lfotdtirortvHOi. wnrli! fnTTIn noo AsfiCstU-
K o ' oc iti"s. Sot-ProSflior. notion
How tu . ut E.etj Bt-)r Humor 'millf J lit.
p!Tin!M nt Ctttr hj
Speaker. J C TouMev. ot El Reno
Speaker pro tern. T m Hoyle of Perry.
Cnirt ileik. Wm. Whltwoitb of Alva.
Assistant rhltf clerk J. O lllakeney of
! nrolitng clerk S. W. Yeoman of Polk.
Assistant enrolling clerk CO Hudson of
8ergrant-a'-arw J. C Joties. ef Perry.
Assistant sergeants-a'-arm-) Frank Cease
of Lexington; Wm. M. Ilrurc ol Perry
Messenger. Jolta P Towner of Kinajleher.
Chaplain Rev. James Mewmaw of Chand-
ler Assistant Clerks -J L. Ilajnmers of Grant
ci uniji LetoV -. Walker oi Payne coun y.
t'nrolllng Clerks' . v. Ilud-m of Okla-
homa count. Miss Rlla Da-Is. of Woods
c untv.H. h llntchlnsoo.of Uartlr)deaun'y;
H. H -keen of Ka- county: Mrs Elisabeth
Weeks ..f I'levetand county: C N Edwards
of Canadian county 1 I.. Deavars ol
P.wnee county: R E. llray of Jarneld
tiuiiiv; Orln Stoddard o: I. gan county
Pagis -RituV'Iph Purest of Kl Keno; Mable
Soul- of Logan ciuutv; Bl nche Hogan. of
Pawnee cnunty; J.cle' VVheeli-r. ot Lincoln
louuty N ttle McCuboln Gutbrle Nellie
Janitor J W. WMet Perry: G. L. Ker-
re s. Klnuflihtr
Watchman Jefferson L. Hrlggs of Payne
C iiiinttioo t)lrk.
Municipal Corrmratlons -Jasper Mjves
En tiona . R. Larlfner.
Public Lands-.! W ltllnglesmltn.
Ways and Means- -W. 11. ritone.
Judiciary Joe Gist.
Wavs and Means W. R Ilerry. Hale Lytton
D S. Rose Johu Hoaan G. W. Vlckers. W. L.
Sul Ivan. Hen T. Wilson.
Appropriations Dale Lytton J. M. Stoval
O. W Vitkers W. R. Ilerry. J K. George.
JudicUry. DSHie.TH uoyle Q M llarnos.
A 11 Kills V J Gault L M 1st Clair G W
Criminal Jurlpruicnce T II Doyle John
Hoaan. O W Vlckers M K Perguson. T li
Railroad and Private Corporations W W
ChrUtlan. T U Doyle T E Willis. O II Allen
VV R Herry Dale Lytton. G P Cherry.
Eduiatlo:'. G K Olson T E Willis A A Ki-
ln. F J Woodmansee. O U Churry Wm J
Qailt J W May.
KeKUlatlons of the Liquor Trafnr J R
fieorue W L Builivan T J Wootlmansec
R B Shannon J K Graves
Agnmllure. J W May S M St Clair. J M
Stoval Albeit n Kills. G P Cherrv.
Municipal Corporations Wm J Gault W W
Chil-tUn. M K Ferguson K K Olson. J P D
Mnuriqund. T II D.'Vlr C M Harnei.
Insurance lien P Wilson. T II Doyic John
Hoftan. DS kohc. K II Alien
Hanks and Hanking. U It Cherry. S M St
Clair J T Woodmansee. J IC Graves J I D
Mouriquand. J K George M It Kcguson W
Prlntlng.TK WIIUs. W W Christian J IC
Graven. E E O smi. J E George.
d'Unty and Township urgans M R f'ergu-
sod E 11 Allen It 11 bliannon C M Uarnes
Dale l.uton. G 1' Chert y. T E Willis
l'enlten'Uri and He I or in Inslltul'ons J E
Stoval. 'i' J WiM)tlmanee L M Ht Clair John
Hoaan T II Doyle II W Ilei ry. J E George.
Compensation of Public Officers John
Hogan. R S shannon .1 K George. E It Allen
D rf i ytton W J Gautt J 1 D Mouriquand A
i:in lions and Legislative Appropriation!;
A 11 Ellis. Johu 11 .an. C
Bioval W W Cftrtatiin J E George.
Mtiltla. It 11 Shannon. A II Ellis. V T
Engrossetl Hills. T .1 Woodmansee E 11
Olson A II Eilis. 1 H Rose. C M Uarnes.
Rules. J C Tousley. Dale l.ytton O M
Uarnes T 11 D".vJe. John Hogan.
Fish and Game W L Hulltvan. J V May. G
Asylums and Pubic Charities. R II Bhan-
non. A H Ellis G P Cherry. J M Stoval M E
Manufacturers and Home Industries I M
St Clair Hen F WIIUs A H Ellis. J M Stoval
M K Ferg-uson.
tL& 2i ad
4y4 - ht'iii - 4liA 5KJhJ4xM"$4xSx'44)
We have not that our clothing is not to be compared with
Come and see the slop-shop
enough. 2 goods stores.
- i -t&li-t$4t4'-tHt-M't
COLD ME STILL
IT EXTENDS OVER THE
ENTIRE UNITED STATES.
NO I NDICATIONS OF RELIEF
All Records Hrohen In the Ohio lllver
nnd Lake Regions Cold Snap Is
TruTcllMif South nnd Will Reach
l'lorldn nnd the Gulf fitntes
Terrlbte Suffering: I"
Wasiilvqtos Jan. 10. The raports
roeoiTtMl by tho wetitlur bureau show
the iutunse cold wave to bo jrenerftl
over tho entire United Slntes r.nd
thoro nro uo liiilientlotis of it relief
within the noxfr twenty-four hours.
Tho tonipernttire hits fnllon decidedly
In the Southern nnd Middle Atlantic
stntos tiud It haa risen slowly in the
Missouri and Upper Mississippi valley
nnd over tho ifreater iKirtioti of the
Inko regions. It contlnuea below 7ero
ua fnrMJttth us the Olilo Vnllev unit it
is bolow freozlnp on tho Texas coast
nnd Kenoriilly In the lntfrior of tho
Throitfrlunit tho Ohio vnlloy nnd tho
lnlte region the prevailing cold wave
has been tieeouipiittled by lower tem-
perature than tttty previously recorded
by the weather buruau for this season
of the yenr. Follow Injf are some mini-
mum temperatures reported with their
relation to the lowest previously re-
corded during the lust temliiyaof'Juti-
nary viz: Chicago minus JO degree
a degrees below; Indinnapolls minus
li 3 degrees below; Cincinnati minus
10 2 degrees Mow; Pittsburg minus
f. 3 degrees below: Detroit minus 14 tl
degreea bolow; Snulte Sto Mario
minus 18 tl degrees below.
Grivit NiifTrrlnr; In Chlonito.
Ciiir-Ano Jnn. SiV With a minimum
of 80 degrees below ero and it maxi-
mum of 10 below yesterday wns tho
contest ttav in llie History of Chicago.
The mercury huntr nt the twenty marlt
from 0 to 8 o'clock with n peralsteudy
worthy u better cause.
Fifty-three porxons wore lifted da
overcome by tho terrible cold in Chi-
etigo yesterday nnd were rescued In a
'partly frozen Condition. One death
occurred which wns due to the cold
nnd u mtuibcr of people nro likely to
die ns n result of frozen llitibk nnd ex-
poktire. Most of tho milTerer suc-
cumbed to the cold while about their
work but it number of tint victims
were homeless wanderer
I Mayor .Swift ismted im uppeal for nid
culling upon the big puckers coal
dealers nnd merchants for contribu-
tions nnd supplies to relieve the mi Rar-
ing in many Instnnces the proolnmu-
tion was forestalled and heavy contri-
butions kept coming in nil dny. (m
the floor of the Hoard of Trade u Mil-
scriptlon paper wan started nnd several
thousand dollars MibscrllHMt in a few
minutes. The big department stores
and dry goods merchants sent lu checks
for 8500 and 8looa
The fi.lly of pnjudi e is fntiucntly
bhonn by people who prefer to suffer
for j earn rnlhnr than try an advertised
remedy. Tho millions who have no
such notions tnitn Ayer'a Sarsnpsrllln
for blood ilisoa-cs and nro cured rio
much for com in on souse.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Raking Powder
superior to all others.
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; siaes are broken. Wo never carry over
any odds and ends in suits if a price will
sell them. If we can fit you the price will
surely be low enough. We have put the
knife Into the price of all our Men's and
It is unnecessary to tell you
garments you find in dry
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 $1.25 and S1.&0. We have just re-
ceived a new invoicu of them and we have
determined to give you an exceptional bar-
gain in these shirts so we will make the
All of our winter underwoar at greatly
BATTLE W(W BY THE INSURGENTS.
Qsneral Gc-raex leads In person and
routs lbs Spanish. Eight hundred Span-
ish killed and 1000 wounded. The great
victory is attributed to tbt fact that tho
insurgents have discovered tbat t)r Saw-
yer's Family Curt gives new lit and
strength and pdrifitii ths blood.
nss. . BiAtitiirM.
For four years 1 was a great sufferer
from femala comnlaints in ihelr unn
form. 1 was Riven un bv same of the hrtt
physicians as incurable. 1 cannot say too
miteh In nrnt nt vrnr PatltlA 1 I
wonderful remedy for all diseases peculiar
-u Truman nuj una wisuing 10 corresponu
with ma can do so hvaemlinn Qr ihmn
Allen Hillsdale Co. Mich.
A written itiaranits to cure ci men; rrlumted
Willi STrrj; hoi of I'mtlllt. Pilce tl U0 r bot.
He. AtVrfl PaK.llw fir ... .11 Atmm..
ft tlifl ttomach. llvt.l. klitni-vn and tniriflst His
tilOM A wrlti-n luarsntre to twte or monft re-
runitA.1 tlil . .-flt. l.itl . ll.R.ii. r..m
rrlcss II W. 10c aud c
For sale by C. It. flenfrn.
Mew Camp House
Good $ Water for Stock ntid
Kvery Convontonco for tho'Fnrm-
er FreiRliter nnd Stdckmnn.
FELD FUR ISHEO IF DESIRED.
JOHN GRAVES Prop.
Vilas Ave. Opp. Cab Darn.
WHITE T1)0 feweler.
I have just received a very large of Jewelry
Watches Fancy Clocks Silverware and 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 aud sec the
NEW STOCK OF CUT GLASS.
I have one Finis Nbw Piano left in slock. This
Piano will go at less than wholesale cost to close
out this branch of the business.
WHITE The Jeeler.
GKO. B. HtLMNOKLBY President.
W. B IIODGKH
OAPITOL NATIONAL BANK.
Capital fully paid
HOARD OF DIHBOTOIIN:
A. G. Ilrower. Capitalist Utlea N. Y. Geo. K. HllllaUy Guthrie O' T.
VV B. HodKHS Gutbrle. J no. FKloiib Uuthrle.
Cbas. K. lltllltifstey GuthrU
'OUUKS1' 'NUENCB H0LICITBI)
WIIOLBSALB AND ItBTAIL DF.ALFRS IN
THE BEST GRADES OP COAL.
Also SOLE AUKNT for the GemHne VcAlMtHr Coal which
takeB the place of Onlta and Canon City for every purpose. Will
give you prompt delivery.
OFFICKANI) YARDS. 4'-M OKLAHOMA AY". PHONE No. 0.
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
Ono Block Prom Hotw Boyal
Caters to the est Trade.-Only. BesiC'Gooda
(n Stock all the Time
15Year01dVhlHkeyuui! a full lino ol Standard CIfsar.
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone N y
QSLAR HAMILTON Managor.
"hnetw ht h m & ( tilf It R Co
feav01tijiinm.if iit ... 8-toam
Arrive Son i li M Metier I 30tm
Arrive Fort sutta UMpra
Arrive St. ts oU 7 Wpm
Leave 'Htlabotnactty for wes. BsSatn
Leave Oklahoma City for west .. i 50 pm
Make clo-e connections at El Reno for
points on the Rock Island north and south.
J. P. HOLUEN. Trafae Manairrr
Soath AlcAitster I T
O M.M. ELLS WORTH
Atent Oklahoma City.
SEST SWISS CHEESE
-FOIt SALE AT-
Ill North SeaontlSt..
At 50 cent a pound
when' tn the rlly.
Hugh H. McCreary
Kirst-CliiMS Hius Alwnys Itendy.
Hack line running every dayhetween Ottth
rlt and Chandler except Sundays. U H
Mail Ifsrti Oor 1st and Vilas
Tailoring Cleauinp nnd 'Ilcpairinif
IIS VV Ilnrson GMOirle. OW
Pint ptilillshetl la Guthrlo D-lly Lender
Jan. S7 1SM7.
NOTICE FOR PUDLICATION
Land office t Kingfisher Ok Jan. 21.
Motlco l1n. il Riven that the fu low
named nttlet liss liied n itlceof his Inten-
tion to make tiual iir.Kif In support of hU
rla'ni. and thai Midi roof -III lio tnadn
before tin- ic(j or m d reiver at Klnir-
tistu r. tk mi M.utliS 18W7. viz:
.1. sepl! M Ki'liy. II. B No. 2l91.for tho
seqr secSV iwp IH. n rltt
lie tian i's the following witnesses t'
irovn liis e intliitious residence upon ntnl
cnltlVHtlotiot said laud viz:
.Itilfus V Drown Orvliln ( ft tter
Thomas H rmin. Jobtiallian Kirk nil
of Ciei-retil t'nj t)k.
'I'. G. SHI MAN Iieg'ster
Transfer Try nk Line
All orders for ImKijnpo on out (folng
train nlmuld bo loft ono
hour boforo tho tram.
West Oklahoma Avenuo.
CIIA8. F HILLINGSI.KY
COLLECTIONS A 8PKCIALTY
ti. Wl". MOFETRIDQE.-3 J
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