The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 27, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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TH LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
Take Paine's Celery Compound if You
Heed a True Remedy
Do Not Allow a Salesman to Palm
Off Any Substitute.
Health is too Precious to Listen to
the Preaching of Quacks.
Paine's Celery Compound Hakes the
Sick Well Again.
The Wonderful Prescription That Results
From the Life Work of America's
Greatest Physician Investigator and
There Is ono direction as Dr. George
F. Shrady America's first surgeon
distinctly says in which people seem
to need enllghtmi-nt nt present more
than they have f -x many years paBt.
"This is the rationul appreciation of
tho danger of. quackery and fake
Dr Shrtidy's ortielo in the New York
World of Dee. 27 should bo read bj
every man and woman who is ever in-
clined lo listen to the nonsensical but
too often plansib o ramblings of
traders in patent medicines
When Prof Edward E i'hclps M D.
Ilu D. of Dar month college after a
long Wo of study in tho most recent
scientific investigation of disease
evolves tho marvelous formula of
Paine's celery compound when after
tho closest posslblo observance by the
best practlticners it is found that this
greatest remedy of our generation not
only does all but cvon accomplishes
moro than tho ir-vst doctor tho
Riant among men tliat he has proved
to be more than ho was at first w lling
to claim when thousands of suff. rers
in every walk of life suiTorors from
tho ailments that come from overwork
deranged digestive organs impaired
ncivous ByKtems too poor or to rich
living inattention to hygloiilo laws
ha'o been absolutely re&torod to
health by Paine's colery compound
after vainly v. ring ovory other pnssl-
bc remedy and being dosed by wo'l
meaning but incompetent so-called
CITY IN MtlKF.
t'eriounl I'ntnU m1 Blnttrr Transpiring
Id And Annul the OUT.
Capt. McGitlre is up from Norman.
II Frledlnnder is down from Porry
John Brady same up ISduiond yester-
day. John Jones of Teouru.eh is at the
Msjir Waitor J.nnisou has gone to
dam Wilson is here from Lexiug'.on.
Ok on busintas
Kempton Coiui-ily company in "Pawl.
Ticket 8 10" tonight.
Miss Minnie Tavlor of Perry Ib vis-
iting friends in the city.
Frank Prouty of the Oklahoma Far-
mer is up from Oklbhima Oity.
E. E. Brown of tho Times Journal
was up from Oklahoma City ye6turday.
A. J. Rowiaad of Orrick Mo. Is in
the city and thinks probably ho will
Seymour Prlee i up from Oklahoma
City trying to beat Mrs. Minerva
E iiott of Shawns for secrotary of
The Straight Whibt etub will meet
on Friday afternoon ut 8 o'clock with
Mrs. K D Nix Instead of Mrs. Robert
The Ladles' Aid to-slaty of tbo Chris-
tian church will meet Wednesday
afternoon Jan. 87 at Ota homo of Mrs.
O D llalll.
The Woman' Missionary sooiaty of
the Presbyterian church will mset at
the home of Mrs 8. T. Franklin
Thursday January 88 at 3 p. ra.
The Tecumeeh air lina train was
stopped by a rabbit hopping on the
track the other day. The road is now
known as the rabbit transit line.
A T. Wood aud A mod Wood of
Chandler; J J O'Rourke of Rl Reno;
W T Mn8eld of Norman; Frank O.
Pnuty of Oklahoma City; and I) li
Diakeney of Teeumseh are registered
ut the Capitol.
The Kempu.a Comedy company pre-
sented "In Old Rantttaky" to a large
audience at MtKennonii last night.
The company U elever and will do a
good business tbe remainder of the
week. Tonight's bill will be "Pawn
Ticket 8 10."
Hlgheft Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Gram of Tartar Powder. Frc
fiom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 Years ha Standard
When this is taken into consit'
cratloD and at the same time we find
hosts of people still willing to bo ltd
astray by tho hundred and one nost-
rums which Irresponsible tradors try
to foist upon them on the pretext that
these preparations arc "as good as
i'alno's celery compound" (hut reallv
because they make a big profit on such
preparation.) it is time for every one
who do 'csts fraud to warn his neigh-
bors and take warning to himself
that when he goes to get a bottle of
Paine's celery compound ho must not
be wheedled into . taking some other
Paine's celery compound makes
people well. These other things work
Paine's celery compound is not a
patent medicine. Its formula is given
freely to evory physician.
These trashy siatr that you are
asked to buy aro made up of ingredl
ents that should never be taken into a
These ordinary nervines tonics and
sarsafarilla aro no more to be com
pared with rainos celery compound
than a glimmering candlo Is to bo com-
pared with tho wonderful modem
If a person needs a true nerve ionic
a real blood purifier a reliable dlurot
le. that will restore strength renew
vitality regulate tho kidneys liver
and bowels and malco one well let
that person try his or her first bottlo
of Paine's celery compound and mark
tho wonderful rrsultl
II. D. Raker nnd James Qordon of
Ponca City; Joscphlno Wolcott of
Chandler; 13 E Uowondobler. of Perry;
9. 8 P'ico of Oklahoma City are at
Flvo miles east of Perry yesterday
evening John 11 sight a farmer and
hot? buyer was held up and robbed of
quite a bum of money horses buggv
and n watih. Ho came to town on
foot and swore out a warrant for Pal
Rice a neighbor's 15-jenrold boy who
nas riding lo Perry with him. Tho
fcberiff and possees are after tho boy.
li ib and James Fennoll two farmors
ivlng on Cm no creek a few miles
outh of Perry were arrested last
night by deputy marshals charged
with harboring Hill Doolln tho Dal-
tons Hen Craven and others and also
for receiving stolen cattle from the
Indian reservation. Iioth waived pre-
liminary examinations and made heavy
R. Miller of Guthrie father of
Deputy Treosuror Tom Miller wi 1
move bis general stock of dry goods
from that city to Perry and occupy the
room latoly vacated by J. T Ilayno.
on the south side as soon as tho neces-
sary repairs can bo made Mr. Miller's
family will accompany him and bo-
come residents of Perry. Ills son Ed
Miller will assist him In tho store.
We extend a wolcomo to Mr. Miller
and family to Porry. Perry Enter-prlsc-Time.
Merchandlis and llarUl of County l'oor.
Editor Loader: Tbe attention of
law-makers and taxpayers is respect-
fully called to the quarterly report
filed by tho board of county commis-
sioners of Logan county for tho quar-
ter ending December 31 1890. Tho
following items appear In satd report;
Overseers of the poor
a P. Athortou 8105.00
W. R. Staploton 100 SO
N. II. Sturgls 0W.00
Total 8304 80
In tho same report It may bo seeq
that tbo total amount oxpendod for
tho poor exeluslvo of the bills pre-
sented by parlies for that purpose ap-
pears to be about S3 14 It may bo seen
by these figures that It costs by the
system adopted by the late oounty
board very nearly as much to issue tho
orders for merchandise as it does to
pay far the goods at retail. This is
certainly wrong and ought to be
ohanged by legislative enactment to
some better system.
Tbe writor hereof knows of a oounty
of at least 60000 people where the ser-
vice of a poor commission costs only
840 per month and in addition to writ-
ing orders far goods he actually han-
dles the goods hltuseif whloh aro all
bought at jobber' prices by tbe com-
missioners of the poor Some sueh
law lu thU territory would bo a larg-
saving and ought to bo looked into by
our law-makers Tax Payer.
nuc-leo't Arnica .tuiw
Tbo Rest Salvo in tbo world for
Cuts Rrulaes Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum
Fever Sorts Tetter Chapped llauds
Chilblain Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions and postively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect aatisf action or mone-frnded.
Price 88 cents per box. For Sals By
a R. Rxxreo Quthrle.
la the Conntj- Coort Hants ttotttu or
A largo crowd of cittians wore at tho
court house yestorday to participate in
a "rehearing" of tho recent granting
of a contract by tho old board of com-
mioslonors for the building of a large
addition to tho present court house.
Home were there to protest ogalnst tho
Improvement antl" others favortrfg it.
Tho protestators insisted that tho pres
cnt location was poor and tho building
unfit to be enlarged as tho walls wrro
evon now giving way and dangorou.
They thought it bettor to buy onother
site and build a court houso
Tho other tide maintain that the
present location li good and that at a
reasonable expondlturo the building
can be put in first-claw shape for a
permanent court house saving the
county much cxpeuso
After waiting around a couple of
hours the crowd learned that County
Attorney Strang had settled tho whole
matter for the present by bringing
action In the district coort to tost the
right of tho commissioner to make
Incidentally many of thoso present
learned that tho old boodllng board of
commissioners hod not only bagged
every dollar of oounty funds on hind
but had anticipated the revenue for
the coming year and bankrupted al-
most every fund. In the road and
bridge fund debts havo been oroatcd in
advance using tbo entire rrvonuo of
the coming yoar and other funds arc
in still worse condition.
MORE WORK OF COSSIPB.
Mrr.'. Kd. B. DonnelUy Flics Gait For Di-
vorce .Pn ra llrr llnthand.
Mrs. Donnelley filed suit in tho dis
trict court yesterday through )ior at-
torneys Huston & Lawrence for (11-
vorco from her husbsnd Ed. 8 Don-
nelley tbo well-known druggist on
Oklahoma avenue. Atho same timo
an injunction was asked for and grant
cd by Judge Dale restraining Mr Don
nelley from disposing of any of his
property and compelling him to turn
into the court an account of his daily
Mrs. Donnolloy's petition U almost
as long as the moral code. She allege
among other things that "tho defend
ant la a dude and flirts with all the
wpmen;" that ho has never provided
her with a home or dressed her as
was duo hrr station in life.
Tho casu is a queer one &iuco tho
plain tin Is Btill living with tho de
fend ant. Monday night they slept In
the satuu houso and bed aud the fol
lowing morning breakfasted together.
The defendant was unawaro of the
suit until served with tbo notice of the
Injunction lost evening. It is said that
gossips who havo broken up many
homes in Quthrle and Guthrie recks
with foul-mouthod gossips had n
hand in this case. Thii case will como
up at the February ;orm of court.
Asp Shartell & Cottlnghaiu represent
? or Woman
Who is wise ulps a cold or j
cough In the bud and loses no i
tlmo doctoring or lying In bed.
Of toll's Russian Grippe Curo socks
out tho place that tickles and tho
place that Is soro euros tho soro
and Etops tho tickle right away.
It's tho quickest cough cure known
It's a lltitter.
NORMAS O. T. Jn JO 1807.
If any oiih hud told mo that I
could br-uk up uti attack of grippo
and scatter n cold and cough In
four liours I would net boilt-vod
theru. before I us-d Orloff's Russian
Urii'pH Cuie. I did It though and
ii'id Ies than half a bottle In ten
drop dos overy ten or fifU'on
minutes. J. C. Licke.
100 !( for 00 Of 11 1
yOI.U 11V ALL UltUUOlSTS.
MRS. JOHNS HURLS SHOT-
lars Vp tho Lavrmwkrr Willi a UulTrHee
Immediately following the adjourn-
ment of the eouoell that body gave Its
attention to Mrs. Johns of Kna
who ropreeected the Oklahoma woman
Whatever tony be said of the object
it cannot be snld that the lady Is not
an brtiet in her Itne. For half au htur
she pound argument ritUeole persua-
sion and wluielew into that body In
tbe most fiuubed style and from the
intereet evinced end statements made
afterward not one woid went amUs.
Following her came aiue ladles belong-
lug to tbe unragtiU ildb who made
apeeohre all the way from Ive serood
to five inioutes in length sod from re-
markably good to badly indifferent in
quality. The council as a body how-
ever seemed to like It overmuch and
no iaptttieuee was displayed.
For a pain la the nest a piece of
lUnael dampened wi h ChamWrluln's
Pain Halm and bound over ibv Mt of
the pain aed another oh the back be
tnem tho shoulder will afford
prompt rvlief. ThU it 06elally valu-
able in case where the pain Is caused
by a cold and thoro is a tendouoy
toward pneumonia. Fur sale by the
Seatonlan Drug Oo
Regular'wvekly uivcttnrf ot Guthrie
lodge No. S K. of P. at Castlo Hal)
Victor block tcu'ghi. Visiting Kn'ghn
are earoc&t'y nq-iestj-d to moat with
the lodge especially lea hi itorr
L. U Nidlack C. 0
J. FpcjgAaT K. of R. and S
Choice of our entire tock of Portlers Monday and
Tuesday about 100 pair to select from $2.38
Ladies' Shirt Waists in dark colors worth from
50c to 75c 19c
Ladies Shirt Waists handsomelv made 15 dozen
all styles worth from $1 to $1.50 33c
Ladies' Shirt Waists in India linen trimmed in
rich inserting (not one in the lot was ever
retailed for less than $2 50 49c
Ladies' Shirt Waists; no use trying to toll you
how beautiful aud rich they are. Come and
attend our Ladies' Shirt Waist Sale Monday
and Tuesday 68c
Ladies' Shoes lac or button Oxf )rds included
(this is positively the last call on Shoe Sale..) 98c
Misses' and Children's School -Shoes worth
Men's Shoes Lace or Congress all sixes; soon wo
will put them back to $2.50 98c
Men's Shoes Satin Calf Lace or Congross our'
our regular $1.50 SbOv 78c
Bankrupt Sale of Clothing Continued.
Men's Clay Worsteds Cheviots Cassiineres Sack
or Frock all go in this sale at $6 62
We told you
same by honorable
worth or your money back.
FREEMAN MUST QO.
Tho Senate I.mbi the Tfraaalesl Baler
Of lh UCagra
Th nBt'.ooal aanate lovrntlrating
oommtitee recom-uen ; tho remural ot
Colout-1 Freeman Oeipe agent aoil
aeter-iy critic. ses iim tor tbt tuppre--um
of tbe With Sha-Sas New h ch
wa pub'.i.beU at tbe geney. Tite
Nwa criiM-ed colonel Ft.uia wbo
got evon by Mippreaelug toe pspcr
riiu editor was out auppraurU noA-
iiver but went alter FrecoiwaN bcalp
aud it U now withio hia yrikp. A
no wt paper wbieh eegairea in a ju-i
caute always wlaa agn'.a' luaoivnie
aud tyrannical oftU-Ula.
Dcllclilful 1'urly Olvn Joha II. .oliy
MUI.UAI.L Jau. i - &. John II.
Auglmy and Miat Wary J. I'4dea were
married in Inka TUboiniugo couui.
Mist . Jan. 1MS7 Ibair lr.endj.lu
Mulhall learnltg tbl - la.-t b 1J a
diamond anniversary at tbi-ir how' on
friday ereuiny After re(rebinena
were nerved a poat-prandial proKraiu
was carried out. Prof. J. 11. 8carr
read tbe wedding at Caua of Ua'lilee.
Rev. John Wordy ot Gntbrle led in
prayer; Mrs W. F. Keifer read ini-
prvlely the poem "Shall we meet
beyond the rirer;" Judge. Rmaldo
iiiowu read the poem "W are grow-
ing old " The aong "hall we gtber
Bi the ltlver" wa kUDjr Meawh U W.
Iturford and J J. JCtua rupi.a.it-d i
the lOdsui "oouruoip and marriage"
In fciieitous word whieh eliciu-d iuu.b
uir h MeMtaiuea Alutball E.uia Uur-
ford Riley Kemp and WUe billlianiiy
aniuhcd the eompaoy with attlu repi-
tte. Mr aud Mr Augbey were theu
conducted to the ruuiu iu wbiah tbr
preteuta wore storid. Prof J II. Sorr
in well ebMU word made tbe prr.eu-
tallon uddreev wbich was riupundrd
to by Her. Auzhey 1 he pr. eut-
were numerous un que valuable and
roeberebe Ft lends in li.ithne ana
Perry united with ibe fneudH lu M..1-
hail in luakiufr tbe preou Aft r
H'0? and greeting ihe compiny re-
turnrd to tbrir it lOff prorms iik t a
teed tbe poldm weddtuif tbt couple
if itpared tea year irngi-r B
Tbra I Noihliit t UmmI
There U nothing juat a good at Dr
Kluff'a New D.t-oovery for toouaip-
tioo Coughs aod Col U an deinaud it
and do net peewit te dealer toa-ll
you torui 6ulsvlmU'. tie will not
claim there 1 anything better but in
ordrr to make more prottt be may
claim somettiinir else to be Jist as
itood. You want Dr. Kimr' New DU- j
JWVIJ uuunng uu mm.. v w wv .
ana reuaoie ana guaiaoieee to uo
trood or money refunded. I'orOouch
Colds. Connuraplion and fir all nffeo-
Ioq8 of Throat Ohest and Lunge t-re
s nqthln- eo good ai i. Or Kioir's
New DUcovery. Trial bottles free at
t t? PifmM tl.rv tr tAn-tllH
size SO cents and CI.
long ago that our fnture
CASE & MOORE Proprietors.
Don't fail to see the noy hnee
pants at the V. Y. G. House.
The New Improved Goodrich Sewing
Machines are in tbe etty nnd (or 6alt
hr Knauss. Call and toe iliem at 113
i OsUhnina avenue thebleyole houte.
Mothers havo you soon tho nobby
spring style knee pants for your
boys' Just arrived at tho N. Y. G.
For first c!m paper buti.ving call on
1.. Chriseu. Ill north First htroot.
Sewing mscnine needles for all kinri
machines tor sale by Knaus. 113 E
Ottlsbonia avenue tbo bleyele houe.
If you want a sawlntr tnnehinn on
easy payments oull on KnuuKt ill
et Oklnooma avenue tho bicycle
bouse. S3 tv 2
The Coal That Pleases.
GUTHRIE COAL CO.
Telephone No 54.
Tbe Nebraska Real htate agency
fur bargains in farm lands.
Rorkkt Hkei) Manager
111 H3t Owlahoma Ave
J. IC Skafftf las just opened a new
batcher hop at 4u Bast Uklahotna
Will have a boy to make tbe round for
orders eaib mor ing. Self
For bicycle repti.iag f t a bloyelt
expert that means Iuiuuks 113 a. Uk
.burns avenue the bicycle bouse.
To Lrr A good roo u Mrs. M T.
Morris 1) N. llroad lOtf
Famished ro ns o rei.t with or
witbout board. 4n ll.-t lUrrison. lml
Sewing tuschiii'-s to rent by tbe
werk or moi.tb ICuauss. 113 K. Okla-
uoma avenue the bioye'e tioaae. Xnt
Fot'VD A pair of gold rimmed spee
taclrs. Owuer can have suiue by en 1
ug and paying for thU notUc. 2Stf.
CARRIAGES AND SPRING WAGONS
Put Up To Order.
Palatine and repairing done m Bnt-elasn
style. Shop recently enlarged aad D.ied up
with late lmpr..veuicDlk A trw second naad
bug rum and surrrvk Icr kaU
10 Division Street.
i?pu IT IT ifmm f"'X'" ''""
Men's Suits worth 7 88 and $9 you will worder
how its done 3 38
For broken lots in Men's Suits if wt can fit you.
you are sure of suits worth four times as
much. The suits run 8485 3(3 37 no two alike 1.98
Men's Fleeced lined Underwear worth $1; all reg-
lar sizes in stock .at 39c
Men's Canton Flannel Underwear. v.ortb 50c 19c
Ladies' Underwear Union Suit's ptush lined
worth 1.25 43c
Children's Underwear. The remainder of the
stock must go at this price - 7 c
Choice of any Cloak or Jacket that formerly sold
at 12 15 18 nnd $20 ' $5 33
For any Ladies' Jacket in the house that sold for
5 6 7 8 and 10 198
Lot of Children's School Clocks size3 from 8 to 11. 55c
Opening sale of Gent's Fancy French Percale
Shirts spriug of '07 styles worth $1 68c
22 dozen of Gent's Madras Shirts usually retailed
at Sl.50 88c
" I - . I .!
had been established.
It simply means more
Danderine Barber Shop
The Best Place in the City to Gtel
A First-Cas? Shavp Hair Cut
215 W. Harrison.
Wanted A first- ltss barber at onee;
SIO per week guaranteed to right man.
Address Metropolitan llrber Shoo 11
M. Egifleston I'rop'r. El Reno Ok.
A I'lrsaitiit lluma
And the test of board and lodging at
Mri. Geo. E Mundy'n 338 West UUIs-
noma avenue l'-rsons in the eitv
during tho session of tbe lrgllaurr
will do well to nvall themselves of this
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Daklns Powder
superior to all others.
For Rent First class bottom claim
nnr Chandler. Address E Leads.
OUleo tf .
The best sewing machine oil for sale.
Knauss 113 E Oklahoma avenue
the bicycle houso 3SwS
Lost A larire Amethyst stone at-
tached to a small safely pic Fn.d-r
will pli'sso return same to New York
ilirdwaro store. Site
Wo will 8--11 you bleyetee oh easy
payments Knau IIS t-ast Uklehmna
avenue tbe bloyele boua. 92w3
Outsiders having advertising to do
ferry or Guthrie please write Smith
the bill distributor box 200. Quthrle.
The latent in hnee pants at the
N. K G. House.
We have narB and rrpairs for s'1
kind of sewing rasahlnes Knanss. 1 13
E Oklahoma avenue the bleyele ma
Go ti Mrs. Newton's tor a good utea-1
at ihe Van Voortiob a d t-tsnd corm r
of OKluhoma avrriHK aad Second street.
'D k o mooUi."
Tho Ladle Uuihl of Trinity church
will p'v a 'D''krn" s.-ii a r.
rectory Thursday night to wheh all i
4T luviuu. rrugrum will be cv.n
1 iter. C 2
That tbe partnership heretofore ex-
isting between A O Farqulmrnn an.l
F. L Morris under the style md name
of Faiqnhanon & Morris is '.his day
dlfsoivfd by mutual contoat F. L
Morris tvlll continuo the b-.ines pav
Uindebtedne-u agsiriRt ssld firm a d
all notes warrants judirrronts and se--ounts
owing or due .id firm prior to
Jan 8 1697. ere payable to A O. Far-
a. u r AHQiraxntox
We obtained the
than your money's
AN.D A GOOD PATH.
in i a- sw---M.
TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
JAMES HILL Prop
If yo i want tht be-tsenli pnat hine
in the wur.il aiid bsvu'tcnt thf money
given. Mur mood w II ICxauKH 113
east Ok ahoina sveauo tho blcclo
menth hv tin!
if r na. jnd .1 larv-
nuinitt rut i . t
1. "in- run .t'saKainkt
t.i T Cunnlut-'ham
(' W lilt nit
H I. II (r. 011 1W .1 ! Wr'liath tl 000.
T V HakUU .1 .J ;nlO. W II UfhSPK
moo r.tiiri'i-ii i.i ti . and a large num-
ber ot mul.r 11. t.s .1111 ju.lKmen'H too
num. roukl.. un-tuu 11 K D NIX
UStlO he ii 1 Lommenlal llanV
ki'nini (.ommerilal Uanlc
Coffee and Oyster
Now opens the whiter season with All
the IMiree'ee the narkeU afford. A
ahort-trdT Hotiee has been oienod In
conuwti r witb n. Hakery and Coufec-
Fnili Fish Orsttrs aid Celery la Bulk.
II . V ' l
By ordTof iho.llstrut ( ourt I wilt on Feb-
I ru'y 5 l.T .t J 1 1 K 10 at tue curt
I boun. lu..r liiiiirt t I i i nihrlf-. tell to ae
bi(i ut bi.l.'i' '.it. ish f f.illouiriK assets
I I the ft mm. i. I tl hank tn-wlt- One tIe-
wr.ter on. i..u i i. w if.- tile rate
Bl Q. V 1.X II t. I. ink VI. Ih u.tln ...m
t ZT . ' - ..... iu.i.
nit-i.ih ttv tin. it . nv
FOR SALE BY '
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