The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 59, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 9, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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ill It Li&AUBK. UUTUH1K. OKLAHOMA
CITY IN BIUEF.
Psrionsl Points end Matters TrnplrlDK
la nl About the Cltr
W. H. Qrny Is at Chandler.
1 L Poncoast Is down from Perry
Col. Hue. of St Louis Is In tbo olty.
Harden Eby is up from Oklahoma
Ed S. Donnelley went bouVIi last
Charley Adams went te Perry last
Frank Q Prouty is up from Oklnbo
Bert Oorell returned last nlplit from
Miss Fllre Stub"bleflold Is orer from
Attorney Hob Lowery is ovr from
Hon Horace Spenl went to 151 Ilno
Leroy Walker lias returned from
Mr. and Mrf Ramsay hhro returned
from the east
Crank Prouty. of the Oklahoma
Farmer Is In the city.
Judge McAteo at McICcunon'n opera
Iioubo Friday Feb. Ii.
J K. Collins of Auburn Neb is the
guest of Mrs. Holcoijib
Eliza Ulxon of this city has been
granted an original pension.
W A. Edgar .1. K Stone and V. S
ilagar from Kl Reno are at the Old a.
Charlie BllUngsley has roturnod from
Chandler He brought in two prison-
ers. O O. NorrU of Crescent Is attend-
ing the A F and A M meet'ng at
The ladles straight whist elub will
meet Friday with Mrs P. M. Barnes
at 3 p. tn.
Col I. S DeFord arrived home yos-
tcrday from Cleveland 0 where he
"saw Hanna "
Judge and Mrs. Taraney came tu
from 1 Reno on the S o'olook tntln
Judge McAtce will lecture on Friday
Feb. 12 at the opera house on the
American Conflict "
Mrs. Murphy died at t o'clock yester-
day morning of look-Jaw at her home
310 E. Oklahoma avenue.
Mrs. a B. Teller who has been vis-
iting relatives In the city left for her
home In Denver yesterday.
The home of Clerk Lawrence at the
Sac ond Fox asrencv was totally des-
troyed by flro last Friday night.
Three judges will be selected from
the spectators at the maquerndo ball
to award prizes Thursdav February
John C Scanner of Osceola Kans
is In the city on business aonnocted
with the building of a eotton-seed ol
Mr and Mrs J B Chirlos. of Sac
nnd Fox agency will attend the
MeKtnley inaugural ceremonies at
Ex Sheriff.Oeo. Smith of Norman
was whipped at Norman Saturday by
a bov nmied Hen Williams ilifiTculty
M tioldcn arrived home yesterday
from Omaha Neb Golden says the
more he sees of Nehrnska the more lie
Judge Whlttlnghlll. the Chesterlleld
of the westslde. is In the city distri-
buting big chunks of wisdom among
Miss Zella Turner who Is on in
strnctor in mui in the Bdmond nor-
mal was tho guest of her brother V.
L Turner Monday.
Mrs Carrie Perkins returned jester
lay from a two weeks visit to tho we t
ude where she organized sovcralohap
ters of the Eastern Star.
The Sons of Herman have ma(e
ample arrangements to raako their
masquerade ball otrlctly llrst ela. r n
Thursday evening February 11.
Frli 12th is the birthday anniver-
say of Abraham Lincoln. On the
niRhtof the twelfth Judgo MeAtee
will lecture on the "American Cow
Waktkii --Two room in a private
residence residence. Not furnished
preferred Want good rooms in rnsl-
dence part of town. Addros W . care
A man In Oklahoma county by tho
name of Dollar has married a woman
by the name of Nickle This dow not
settle tho money question but It may
make a few dollars towards it.
Oeorge II. Willis has Issued some
neat souvenir cards showing what his
kbop can do Oeorge says "manners
are the garmenu of character" and
the garments of character are the kind
Col Knowlton bends The Leader u
a batch of Danuerlne literature and
testimonials from Chicago and says
he "has the microbes on the run.'' The
hair restorer soems to have caught on
ii great shape In Chicago
Rev. Dibble preached his initial ser-
mon at tho Plymouth Congregational
burcb Sunday and made a good 1 1-
pres6ion. Ho is no eloquent man and
his coupled with his sincerity and cor-
diality will tend to make him popular
w lb bis llook mil others.
Reports from Chandler say that old
man Orisham and son who aided in
the abduction of the Lurtlns aud the
msn. Moore at Stroud were fa tit u red
"iunaay ana tnrown in jail at Cband-
ler Creek llKhUioreempn atlll
rTffiVA n' reroor
Highest Honors- World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K ure&ipe Geam of Tartai PowJtr. Fr
f im Ammonia Alum or any other adultwant
40 Yt; the Standard
People olten wonder why their norvej ftto
bo weak j why they get tired soeailly;
why they start at every slight bot
sudden sound why they do not sleep
naturally; why they have frequent
headaches indigestion and nervous
The explanation Is simple. It is found In
that Impure blood which is contin
ually feeding tho nerves upon refuse
Instead of the elements of strength and
vigor. In such condition opiate and
nerve compounds simply deaden and
do not cure. Hood's Harsnpnrllla feeds
tho norver pure rich red blood; gives
natural sleep perfect digestion Is the
true remedy for all nervous troubles.
Is the One True Blood Purifler
Prepared only by C I Hood & Co
tl per bottK
u i rjit fUre L'ver I lit t easy to
HOOCl S FllIS ake. easy to operate. 25.
Tho Warren Costume company will
be at tho opera house on the 10th and
11th Inst. with a full line of the latent
costtttnes. Pick yonr costume early
J. W. Hockcrand Mrs. A S Brown
of Pitreell; HarJcn Ebey and. Jasper
Slpee of Oklahoma City: O II Black
and W. W. Park. of Hennesy; Alonn
Borers of Newklrk: F. P Cs.se. of Lex
ington and Rose Jackson of Edition!
arc guests at the Royal.
An exshanre says: "What do you
think of an artist who painted cobwebs
on the cellng bo truthfully that the
hired girl wore herself Into an attack
of nervous prostration trying to sweep
them down?" There might hove lieen
such an artist but there nev sr was
such n hired girl.
Captain C M. Barnes will leave to-
day for Galveston to see his son Jtn
sign Burets who is attached to the
battleship 'foci? which will be re-
ceived at the Galveston port Friday
by Oovernor Culberson The state of
Texas will present a silver service to
The. Ladle Aid society of the thri-
tlau church will gre an iu formal re-
ception and tea at .he home of Mr (I.
A Piatt Wednesday afternoon from 8
to S The ladles of the various
churches and visiting ladles are cor-
dially invited to attend at
I Did you ever stop i
I io think that all the eil i
I known remedies for cough1 4
and colas are at least a quar- g
ter of a e?ntury old? Are yon
atlsfied to Uu in the rut with T
them and wait a week or a month J
for a cure t bat can bo accotnuilstiea
In a few hour by OrlotT Russian
Grippe. Cough and Cold Cure? If
you are. Orloff's won't suit yon.
It would oure you too quirk.
'I liouottmM Knitu Mini
Mvliiali.. O. T.. Feb. I 17.
1 was troubled for about six
week by a very severe cough. 1
tried everything that I knew of
in the ough cure line but nothing
did tne nny good until a friend
recommended Orloffa Russian
Grippe. Cough and Cold Ci.re I
had not taken a quarter of a Dottle
until I was perfectly cured and 1
confidently recommend it to all
my friend. RonrKT A Emt.
I (III HUSKS fOK SO UKNTN. j
Sold by Sentonlftn Drug Co. 1
Ths DraKRUlK hih xitus thw liit J
for llir lom pit prldf.
Uroree T Nl hoison late general
pahfcODger spent of the Sauls Kes-
tern is not only a young man inn
ooks young Recently a conduct r
after looking him and his psas over
telegraphed to headquarters. "Younif
Nioholson is aboard rldii.g on Ins
father's pass. Shall I take It up""
The. answer cam-: "There Is but one
Nicholson. You have him. Leave him
aud his past aloue."
E B. Allen of Tones; Mrs. N II
Blake. A. B. Clapp John M. Under
wood and McOreirory Douglas of Ok
lahoma CUy; W. S. Wluttlugill. of
Rnltl; N. a Welch and Dr. Southard
ot Perry W. Christian and O 8. Cutllp
of Tectuniieb; C E. Rdgertou and O B
Hurvev of Rdniond; and C E. Under
bill of Chandler are at the Capitol
A Santa Fe clerk who det-lres to be
unknown contribute the following to
the Mall this week ' Widow are pop
ular because they have none of the
kifiuitMh ways common to girls The
startled fawn and kliteu business i
greatly overdone by girls Widrwi.
have a lot of common sense that is
greatly admired by men. fit a mouse
appears In front of a widow shegralx
a poker and smashes It while a gl-l
will scream and pcealbly faint.
although she i no more afraid of a
mouse than a widow Is." Ex
AJil Nlnn (llrU t Our.
f.oon llartnuin of Uubuqti. la . is k
widower ibe Nther of niiir lurly
hoyu aud la worth f 40000. He U al4
a blf-heartwl man. and Tuada) in New
York he adopted nine fatherleu glrU
to keep hta boya com via ny and agreed
Xo Blve their mother a home
The mother la the widow of hi.- broth
er who lately di d abmi-d siu m-.
ried at Kill UIhu.I Tiieda. i.ming
eroeed the ocwm from Rou.r.lam on
I the Xettorlud.-Ame k-an teu.er
Bli.l I tiuaui in MIM lMKill mh uil
mjs her brother-lu-lan uiio i..ii come
all the way ifow Iowa to greei l.er The
dilldieri iangl g in ."ge fioin to
II yearn are all brlglii-ee-l ioa-
! cheeked girls and they so eompletel)
I von Mr HarUnau heart that he at
onie offered to adopt them The moth-
er V..I willlnR. Sr wen- the KI1U Ul-
aii'l I'UUIula ant the pa(ei wen at
on i a lawn upiud uigned li the in-
tei.n.d jiartjea. Tlien Mi ll.iitiuaii.
ac iuatiiiM by hla tune dmiRliw r and
lth:. tuoth.-'r left Ellis Ulan. I .u I lock
an ..!!nnwii train for IuIhj ii htru
nir. -in-' will gle .r.ir. a iuuing
The mother is poweeaed of coueiiKi
able money in her own right and it in
more than likely that when Dubuque ia
1 reached he will marry her brothei in
If you detite a luxtirioux groHtu if
bealtby hair of a natural color ua
lure's ci-owDiop ornament ot both
sexrA uso only llaii'a Vegetable Si-cil-Ian
till tlltir Ht llllort.U Irill IB
The Ust time that I saw Mi Itiooks
to speak with him was at a memoiaiile
trials in his history writes F.Unberh
Stuart Phelps In McClutV It wia
eloee upon the date of his acceptance
of the blsbroprlc of Massachusetts hut
this fact wae not generally known. The
increment of his own mind at the time
while bis decision to leave Trinity
church forever was etlll seething was
as solemn as prayer It one had any
doubt of this the eight of the man on
the occasion to which I refer would
o made it clear to Jhe dullest per-
ctptlon We were at lunch four of ua
- Mt Brooks Dr. Holmes Mr Ward
etc' nyself with friends whose hoapt-
:. 'ity is expert In the art of selecting
up difficult and delightful mimber of
f ' i- vl.Uh l more than the graces
i 1 - ttinn the muses Mi Il'ooka
.." v .)iet at first u'.uio-t Silent
ii il it eenie.1 to my trilsrlit -o"isl -t-
perlen e with him ttnprecedntly s-
her Mm Dr Holmes' converoatlonul
Fnlus nonn struck the spnrks from
tiie --ruddering Are in the preacher's
Ik i' m I lh- two men tiegan to talk.
In' M's; of its held the breath to lls-
f ( ii na onr hostess aith her dlstin
tuiehrd in. t oilrred the flume when she
VtouUl and oiu of the most reroark-
ni '-f f onf rmtlorm which I eer heard
followed Mr. Brooks began to Ulk
about the il-jtle of the upper to the
IrwfT claases of society and of tbi
Christian to the Irreligious. He spoke
r.pldly then earnestly then eagerly.
1 j'ly without fear and without re-
p;..acb like the Christian Bayard that
V was. At the last be pushed on into
monologue a thing 1 never heard him
1o before: and no one not even the
king of Boston conveners cared to
Interrupt blm To my eurpriae he
spoke of the salvation army In lan-
guage of deep feapect. He honored
't work. He propheaied heartily for
.tf future. He spoke contemptuously
at the nervousness of people of easv
btatlrifvtlon in clothing brought from
..i-hops rftid from homee whose
1 it ror I .it few of us troubled a heart
Mo1 io r.lleriate. With sacred Indtg-
i t.oi ho lebufted the heathen ot the
e nl ; io tared neither for their
. i ni. ilp n.ir fot those of other men.
'. . .Mi-d tvnrldllfiesB of heart and life
i i !or; dfnuoclatlon to which H
w.t . impossible to after a proteotlng
..nl !e mentioned by name a cer-
i iln fn-l.!iiiiaMe men's club on the
B-.'l. !.'i. "The saleatlnn army." he
m.i 'I (iiiglit to be sent there. No-
i.i ilj ii p'j tliem Wore. They ought to
; jinh: through inch a place a that
. !' in-each new testament religion!"
i .lils point Dr. Holmes suggested
i .i Mibdued voice: "But Dr. Brooks
m iii men .is those are not going tolls
un to the salvation army. It seems
m mc that yott are the man to go Into
h- club and preach Christianity."
Dr Hrnokft made no reply. The rest
i'' us tnuk the thought up and urged
hm i little. But be fell Into a alence
-ud iU:ti It was impossible to break
i. II U gaze wandered from ua sol-
e.iitil) Was be renewing the conflict
or xnul which must have preceded his
I t iiiilnatlon to leave the pastoratu
of bit Iom-.I unit-loving people? Was
he luuruii'k with his own great Ideal
of lift a Christian teacher might
nchloe and must forever fall to? Was
he thinking ot his limits in the light
of hi asplrstlons? He talked ne more.
in a few moments he abruptly and ajl-
kntly left us.
The account of the dynamite ex-
plosion at Johannesburg Africa was
cabled to the newapapera at a coat of
$10 a word and at n total expenae of
Should ll Si fir llir roulklllrr.
A Juatlee of the peace of Albion AVIb..
rery proprtl) refused to perform th
weeding torenioir. for a foolish oh!
man who :nnii '" m ' in hl. grent-
dhrmi-r u tii 1
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RED ROUGH HANDS
Do t' Mr Nt'tou' tor a trood iumi
at Hi' Vuii Vo jrhe o d stand corner
of Oklahoma areime and tseetiail btrtt-t
i'tabos; IIt you teen and baaed
the new sMrovt toned KimbaU They
are the swst. prlees tijrhl and term to
suit Order a empe one of C A !st
Ot t tdt-r hsviig fttt-ri.'uif(to do io
Perry or tiuthrtu plean write uUb
he bill itikU'butor Sok 100. tleihrie.
la pp i lianirln call on
111 not tli Firt.t street
k'OYAL Bnking Powder
has An awarded highest
honors at cvory world's tnlr
Kor trite A three room bouse for a
iui!l tiit.'tof and nesr Uuthrie Ad
dri-.h ' ' .-uri- beadttr Itttf
The N. b silt .al KUte
.r a tf.mi-. u (u'Ui iituilo
KoUKKT Rkku s4snsKr
III Kast Uklahuuia Ave
16 to I.
bast wn-ii we found
t-ixieru holes in one
shirt all of whuli ere
repaired in our repair denarlmetil free
of ehsrjf. This week we rep' are uid
orn-out nefk tiint wu'.i new ones
an. h .r Hi.il AkU for a (iii lv
1 st We ).r Ii of l.ntlons left
Send iu your uinterwtisr. 'i'ho btcaui
voming. KI K
have a .;
Rrvn.r (iipri ur i 'i t itutr
ttrln. ii ii . i . .. - i.
nralt Ch r - i n
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On the Crest of the Wave of Prosperity
THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST!
Astonishing and Astounding Progress of Guthrie's great BARGAIN DISTRIB-
UTORS all Records Easily Broken Case & Moore's First Semi-Annual Clearance
Sale makes life a burden to all who attempt to follow THE CYCLONE'b TerriiTlc
Destruction of Prices on Seasonable Merchandise.
WEDNESDAY m THURSDAY:
Hair Ornaments formerly
retailed at 10c. 15c anil 20c;
clearance sale price. 2c.
Lot of Children's and Misses"
Hoods made of llnest ice wool
former price 45c 50c and 75c ;
slightly soiled: clearance sale
Lot of Misses' Wool Knit Leg-
gins worth 75c: to clean them
out the price will be 21c.
We offer about 115 Youth's
Suits sizes 14 to 19 round and
square cnt. single and double
breasted neat pin checks
stripes checks and broken
plaids strictly all-wool or your
money back; not a suit in th?
lot worth less than 6.00 from
that to $9.00; Wednesday aud
Thursday's price ?3.8.
KID GLOVE SALE
Foster's all colors 4 o ll and
7 button lenjftlia sale price Wc.
All of our ladies' gloves sold
from Si. 50 to 1.25: For two
Again we call attention to the fact that our Firt Semi-Annual Clearance Sale will
last but a short time longer no matter whether you buy or not Come and see and you
will be convinced that we advertise Facts and not Fiction.
lleneteliHl ''IflU-tT .Mei'llric.
There wtli be a meeting of tVe Wu-
mt u' Heneeoleni eniietr at the re'-
denoe of Mr. Bor'aie Speed toWv at
10 . in. AM members aru urj; t ly e
q ieud to attend
I)..Vilf Witch llaael Halve is an
ufltlsejiiie poothliigr and lianllntr appli
cation for burn scalds cuts b.ulses
ete. and cure piles like mettle It in-
stantly stops pain. 0 It Hen fro 204
oWlslioiuii a ren on
S0eeinl prfeaand terms or February
on the uew K'mbRit pin no. Cult und
MCKSiuple. C. A Het A Co. tf
Many lives of usefulness hare ben
out short by neirloct to break up an
ordinary cold Pneumonia bronchitis
an'i eve.i cunsuiuplion can be avortml
by the prompt use of One Minute
oiiylt Cuit. liugle Dro? Store DM
Illl) B lllllll t'lllKp.
Tiii nliM' cottage homes for sale
ubi-sp on weettty Inbtallmenta In-
.j ii ire of W M H'-oneon. Mtf
A baekinK cough is not only annoy-
in)f to otbors. but Is dani;erons to the
person who lias it Oue Minute Cough
Cure wtli quickly put so end to it- C
H Ki'tifr 04 Okluboms avenue
'I'lie Coal That Pleases
CU1HRIE COAL CO.
Telephone No 54
J Y McNKAfi. 1'KiteinititT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Moftf el Wrewos-i to
UCO K. MILLINOBL8Y Preaidewt
Capital fully paid 50000.00
KOARIMU' DlKEOTORtit .
A (1 Itrowar.BsptUli.t. Uiiea N V. Oeo. B. IHIIIiig8loynuthrlon T
W li. HodKW. Uatbrte. Jno. F.Smne . UBthrle.
' i'hs K Ullllpsley Uutbrle
iiBBEtsP -NflEKCE SOUC1TKI COLLHCTlNS A SPECIAL T
PRINCE ALRERT COATS
Made out of the very best Ger-
man Clay Worsteds double and
and single breasted silk or satin
fared bound or unbound abso-
lutely guaranteed the best ever
shown in Guthrie; no matter
what other dealers ask for
them if you can match ours at
aiiv price your money back;
for two days the price will be
WARE. Made by the Meriden Britan-
nia Co absolutely the best
ware on the market. For two
days we will sell Knives at ?1.G8
per set. Forks Si. 08 per set;
Tablespoons. 81. 48 per set; Tea-
spoons 98c per set.
Lot of Germania Beaver Over-
coats in black and blue black
half silk-lined back and silk-
lined sleeves best of workman-
ship would be cheap at 15.00;
for two days you can buy them
N. B.--A HOSIERY SALE SATURDAY.
Oil ! MY TEETH 1
Hest Teeth and Hint Rubber on Earth
Kverylhtug guaranteed to be strictly first
class and warranted
S6.00 PER SET.
(Hither upper or lower.)
Gold fillings 11X0 and up. Sliver (Gold and
Plstlna Alloy) Cement and Outta I'erclia
Dlllng M) ccuu and up. KxtractliiR cents
lirtdne work at correspondingly low jirlccH.
Asappeais snore we warrant (with a war
rant that Is worth lust what It says tco.) all
our woik to lie utrlctly
not use i lies 11 job teeth
but the very best
that are made In the United State (and that
means In the world) aa well an the very best
rubber and give you exactly the same tliliiR
for M.00 that we
cnarsea rmuu lor a coum
00 for a couple
of years ago.
dentistry for more than
17 -eara. and have
received our education
In the best coll ok en
n the land and from the best teachers have
all the modern methods and appliances
(some of which are not In any other omce In
the Territory) and will do you better work
for less money and give better satisfaction
than say other officeln Oklahoma.
Soulnwekt cor. Ok la hums Ave. and I'lrst St
18 TO 1 SHOTS!
Silver Dollar Saloon
V. M. HYATT. Prop
Victor liuildtng corner Harrison and First
The be! of Liquors and Wines in
lock All brnuds of Hear. Cigars and
'uhacco. Free Uuni'hes served cu
turday evenings. I'atrons aro si-
wed to settle the ftiinnelal question
hilt) doltiK business with this populur
A. .1 SEAV VlOK-PltBSinBNT
aMUtoa M liasik 0Ww:
Bben MurOa. J.
W. J. HORaPALL.
Put on sale for the first time
our great "Monroe" shoe lace
only pointed toe full stock
leather sold by us at Si. 50; sale
We continue to sell Men's
Satin Calf Shoes worth $1.50
to $2.00 Lace or Congress 78c
Men's Calf Shoes. Goodyear
welt solid sole leather counters
worth 2.50; sale price 9Sc
GENTS' WATCH CHAINS
Gold filled guaranteed to
wear 10 years beautiful pat-
terns to select from; any jew
eler would think them cheap
at 83.50 to 85.00. Sale price
ADVANCE SALE OF SPRING
We want you to look through
the stock. Some of these
Jackets will retail as high as
810.00; some not more than
87.50; but in this sale we have
marked them 82 38.
IGNATZ MAYER M. D.
SPECTACLES UNO EKE
TO SUIT ALL
Office 124 Oklahoma
THOMPSON & B'JNCOE
Have just received thirty-five cars
of Lumber which will sell at very low
prices for the next 30 days. Wt are
putting in a large stock oi Lumber
of all kinds and can save you some
money if you buy now.
Harrison Ave. Opposite Royal Holai
Ladies' Oxfords are moving
rapidly. No wonder some of.
the ladies buy two and three-
pairs at the clearance sale price
The new styles just the
thing for Ladies' Shirt Waists.
These are advance spring styles
beautiful. For two days
they will go at 9c.
We show the very best French
Percale Shirt on the market
elegant fitting absolutely fast
color worth 81.25; for tw6 days
you can buy them at 09c.
Now is your time. The entire
assortment thrown on the mar-
Met for two days. Not a pair
in the lot worth less than 84.(0
to 87.50 Sale price S2.38.
Here is a snap don't mi.a
the chance. Cheviots Capsi-
meres Worsteds all 89 810
812 and 815.00 suits must go at
NOSE. AND THROAT.
DEFECTS OF SIGHT.
Ave. near First Street
S to 5 1!V.2 M' 1
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