The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 84, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 11, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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THE.iLEADER GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA.
U Wash Day Troubles
arc done nwny
with the wash
ing is gotten
out of hand y UN
and on th e
time with '
Clairette is a pleasant efficient soap for
laundry and general use. Works quickly and
well and injures nothing. Sold everywhere.
Made onlv by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY St. Louis.
UJLTV IN BRIEF.
i'traoukl falnli and Matter! TramplrlDK
In and About the OUT.
Judge Decker is over from Lincoln
louuty with a full crop of beard.
Miss Rotta Ovcrbay who has been
oangerouily II!. ib reported Improving.
Deputy Ueno Hall will return to
Woodward today with money and
Harry Callahan duputy United
Mutes marshal from the Osage country
ib in lue city.
I nltod States Attorney C. It. llrooks
returned yesterday from Kingfisher
wuere ho has been looking after
i nltcd States cases in district court.
A .1 Freeman charged with dispen-
b tig the HtulT that inebriates among
Indians was brought in by Duputy
Mtormer yeBtorday and lodged in the
(i W Wludom of Musltogee is In
the city 'e Ib interested In some In-
dian allotments north of here on the
Santa Fe lie
light at Carson.
wit. attend the prize
' Capt linker who has been seriously
ill at the Uoyal with pneumonia But'
fred a relapse last night and at IS
o ijloclt little hopes were oulertained
for lit recovery
Frank Kcune and William Hutch
fideral prisoners were taken to Kl
Itouo yesterday by Deputy Dan I'eery.
'JhiivrmuBt answer to the chargo of
illegal whisky selling
1 T Head Makes Application for Ap-
pointment for Uovernor.
bpecial Dispatch to The Leader.
Washington D. 0. March 10 K
V Head of Chicago a (juasi-politiclan
and business man today made personal
application to President McKinley for
appointment as governor of Oklahoma
Head presented strong endorsements.
Ho talked eight miuutos with Mc
K.uley Flynn and Karnes' represen-
tatives hero aro worked up over the
jiow candidate's appearance.
While no physician or pharmacist
can conscientiously warrant a cure
the J P Aver Co guarantee the purity
hlrength and medlclual virtues of
Ayer'n Sarsaparilla. It was the only
' food purltler admitted at the great
Y -rld'a Fair In Chicago. 1890.
Carriage of Henry Donnelley and Mlta
Mr Henry Donnelley and Miss Cor-
nlU Kedash were married at 8 o'olock
'nil evening at tho home of tho bride's
parent in southeast Guthrie. Rev
HiuUner performed tho -oromony and
only a few of tho intimate friends of
Ut contracting parties were present.
A weddmg supper was served after the
ceremony ami subsequently Mr. Don-
iit iey and bride were treated to a ser-
enade by thu First Regiment band.
Tue couple will go to housekeeping at
oneo on South liroad street. Mr. Don-
nelley Is well known to the people of
mttirte as a sterling business joung
man He Is connected with Donnol-
ley's drug store on Oklahoma avenue.
The brido Is an Intelligent and aocom-
Diished vountr lady and possesses all
the attributes of a modal wife. Mr.
and Mrs Donuelloy's many friends ex
tend cordial congratulations.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Creim of 1 .vlar Powder. Fie
lim Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
0 Yeats Ui StiuWau
Lawhead is down from New-
T. Denton is hero from
"Struck Gas" at the opera house
T. J. jMavoy Ib over from llarfield
(1. M. Southgate of Tccutnsch is In
HecU Thomas has bought a couple of
Mr. Flotcher the prominent hard
ware man of Chandler Is In the city.
A. L. Tllton has returned from Kan-
sas City where bu has been attending
the University Medical college.
Chairmar IlucUbotz of the Kay
county board of commissioners is in
the city viewing the legislature.
Photographer Swearungen Is taking
bnap shots on the run nowadays. It's a
boy Mother and child doing well.
The K of P. lodge at its meeting
last night changed its regular meeting
nights from Wednesday to Thursday.
Delegate Callahan passed through
thu city yesterday enroute to Washing
ton to take up his congressional
The CurtiBS Comedy company pre-
sented "lllaclc Diamonds" to a crowded
bouse at McKennou's last night. Many
bright specialties wcro Introduced.
The company Is a good one and de-
serves big business. Tonight "Struck
Gas" will be the bill.
ONE NEW LAW.
Governor Signs One Hill
Vetoes One Yesterday.
Governor Ronfrow yesterday vetoed
council bill 11 prohibiting gold con-
tracts In Oklahoma.
He also slgued one bill council bill
Hi which llxes the compensation of
ourt stenographers at S5 per day pro-
vides that the two dollars stenogra-
pher's coBt be not taxed In civil suits
until the service is rendered.
A cough is an easy thing to cure if
taken in time. It is dangerous to
neglect ono for any length of time.
Dr. Simmons' Cough Syrup is guaran-
teed. Fifty cents a bottle.
A Brldoro at NobU
The bill Introduced by Mr. Allen and
passed by the house was to bridge the
South Canadian at Noble Instead of
Lexington as mentioned in yesterduy's
Mrs. II W. Martin loft Monday even
ing for the east to buy hur spring st
of millinery; ook
M Frlcdborg proprietor of tho mat
rons factory at Arkansas City was In
the city yesterday soliciting business.
The east Logan Sunday school asso-
ciation will hold a convention and
rally at Mt Summit school house next
Sunday beginning at 10 a m.
Thin or gray hair and bald heads so
displeasing to so many people us marks
of age may be averted for a long time
by uting Hall's Ualr Renewer.
At a late hour last night an un-
known man while attempting to board
a train at the Santa Fu depot had Ins
foot orushed l etween the bumpers.
Dave Lealtey has returned to Wich-
ita being too 111 to continue his work
for the Eagle here. Dave Is a very
wurm number in every particular and
be has hundreds of friends In Guthrie
who wish for his speedy recovery
Peter Turner a one-legged G A. R
man SO yean old was bound over at
yesterday under 81 sou bond
on default A girl
who was also oharged with Turner
was set free nn scvnir.t of hsr age.
In the Curtis Comedy company's
voting contest on the most popular
young lady Misses 7.oo Kimball. Allle
Schuell Flora Finch Anna Rankle
and Lulu Strang are at the head of
the list The prlxe la a handsome gold
Now is the time to purify you
blood and Hood's Sarsaparilla It the
best medicine for the purpose. Thou-
sands of great cures prove that it Is
the one triiO blood purifier.
Hood's pill are the favorite family
cathartic and liver modiciue. Price
Mrs. P. J. Ilellman gave a musicale
Tuesday evening to a few friends In
honor of Miss King ot the Norman
university Mist King possesses a
wonderful sweet and vo erful con-
tralto voice of rare culture Mrs Geo.
Grey rendered her numbers in the
pleasing style that always charac-
terizes her. Mr. Chas Hoswortb also
contributed to the evening's entertain
tnent in a delightful manner Klegant
refreshments were served.
((.'nlliiutil I'Vom l.c (!! i
Honk Ctiniitiy I'lglit.
DoltoiB had born ttpprom-hed by
tiiatiy who old not want nay change in
the books. He further said that it was
his opinion that all this rumpus had
been caused by a flght between book
Randolph's sonorous and tnelodlous
voice rang out ns of old against ttie
change in text boohB saying that I.p
voiced the sontimont ef his const it u
eney and from the best of his knowl-
edge the wishes of tho constituents of
some who were favoring the bill in so
Johnston's amendments were then
adopted and Johnston moved that the
bill be placed on third reading under
suspension of the rules Carried with
Hrown UarrlBon Hauner and Knn
d ol ph votlngtagalnst.
The bill was then nlaced on its last
reading and passod the council with
llnnnor Garrison and Learned voting
The house notified the council that it
had passed council bill 45 locating a
normal sohool at Alva.
Utmiittll Hill 17 l SlKiifd
President Johnson tdgned council bill
17 as to special findings of fact by
juries which had just been sent up
from the house.
1'eiiltentUry Hill Uulleil l'
Council bill 103 was called up by H
S Johnston. This is the bill locating
the ponltontlary at Perry. Hrown en-
tered his protest against considering
the bill as ho was opposed to consider-
ing any bill locating any of the terri-
torial institutions at this time Ills
protest however was entered after
the bill had been ordered read was
hold too lato and therefore went by
Clark otlorod an amendment to the
bill establishing nn insane asylum at
Knld. Lost with Marum. uark ami
Johnston voting for the rent against
Hrown movod that tho bill be killed
by Indefinite postponement.
This brought Johnston to Iiib feet
with a strong appeal for justice to the
strip coun'.ry which contributed so
much and had so little in return Hut
Ii!b was a losing light from the fitart
and the bill was killed with Fisher
Johnston Lynch Marum ould and
Randolph voting against the indeiinito
postponement the rest for
President Johnson signed house bill
liV) tho anti-trust bill and council bill
72 as to grand and petit juries and
the samo were forwarded to the gov
Adjourned until 6 30 this morning
This i the one word in tin- J
Khgll'i IftliRUagr th.it
divides miiccmx and fullure
In the history of all human live
IF you nail tisrt Orfoif's Kiie-iun
Grippe Cough and Cold turn yon
would Iikvo saved a ulcknee" and
a doctor's bill. That's what it I-
"ade for that Is what iinm-s
always. And yon don't havn to
take a pall full dither.
If All KlKht.
Kinsi.kv. Kan. March 2 1 i"iT
I have gi en OrlolT's Kuiflmi
GiiiK Cure a thorough trial in
my family using it for my child-
ren in soveie coughs and colds
and it doe the work just as
claimed for t I know of no cough
remedy that wlli compare with it.
lt'n all right. .1. A. Doxmci .
1011 DOS liS 1MIK an OH NTS jj
Sold tjy Seatonlan OruK Co.
f liruKKliiti-lu-i'lilrf to tliv people j
Passage of Hill Locating School Tbero
Tho people of ths west side aro
jubilant over thu passage of the Alva
normal Bchool bill Many congratu-
latory telegrams wore received from
western Oklahoma people last night
by thulr representative here. A
prominent trltlzu of Alva said last
night audhU words wereoorroboratod
by twenty others:
"Tho passage of the Alva normal
school bill was ouu of the wisest acts
of the present legislature. It Is in
line with the best modern thought on
training teaeners aud it will go a
long ways toward allaying a growing
feeling that the strip had no portlou
In Oklahoma It was an aet of justice
that will strengthen the free silver
party but above all it will be felt In
tiie future tu every district school
house aud at every rl reside lu western
No oure no pay. This U all we have
to say In recommending Dr. Simmons'
Cough Syrup and for SO sent 10 dop
My friends give tl u trial Manufac-
tured by A C. Stmmoua Jr Medicine
Ctuipany Sherman. Texas.
A Grecian Feast
or symposium (or only a
few persons used ofteu t-j cost
an attic talent- about $ig(io
because of the delicacies served
You can buy here for a fractiou
of a dollar delicacies of any
country in prime condition
Also U. S. Hour the finest in
the laud at
The Welcome Grocery
P CLASS ' CflfWpB
Do you think that the woman who rings the telephone to the grocery or the
meat market gets the best the market affords at the lowest price? Or do you think
the woman who starts out with the basket hung on her arm cash jingling in her
pockets? Of course you will say at once that the last named lady is the only
housekeeper. We have constantly in the market buyers of long experience who
are always on the lockout for rare bargainssnaps. That is one of the reasons
why "THE CYCLONE" market is visited from all over the territory. We do not
care to blow a whole lot about what we are going to do. Just now we arc unload-
ing the merchandise in our house regardless of price to make room for
Our Spring Stock
which will not be like some ancient spring chicken to hard to digest. Most of
our incubators will th ow their production within the next two or three weeks.
We will let you judge when you see the immense stock displayed.
Our Shoe Stock
must be reduced; just 12oo pairs within a week. To do this you must come and
name your own price then you have sure bought something. The advance styles
in Men's Suits are moving rapidly because they are correct in style and price at
RBADY FOR TRIAL.
John Dossett Case Once Moa to
The taking of testimony In tho case
of John Dosctt granted a now trial
by the supremo uourt on the charge
of poisoning Sbormail Long will be-
gin today in the Uuitod Statos court.
The case is familiar to all readers of
The Leader binee columns have been
written on it. Jt will bu remembored
that Dossott was convicted and sen-
tenced to hang but his attorney Gard-
ner secured a new trial on a technical-
ity. It is naid tint the prosecution
has much uow evidence und will mako
a strong case against Dotsett. Huston
& Huston A. Lawreuee represent tho
defendant while Assistant DUtrlot At-
torney HolTman will probocute. He
will be assisted by Commissioner J. T.
Laahoy of Pawhusku. The crime for
which Dossott is charged ocourred at a
dance on Jauuary 4 18U3 in the Usage
Nation. Dossott and loug were rivals
for the hand of Clementine DoNoya
un Indian girl sinuu married. It is
allegod thut Doesett Invited Long to
drink whisky from a bottle in whluh
be had puuretl strychnine Dassett has
always stoutly maintained his inno
cence and claimed he wan u vluttm ot
a conspiracy. He is a well known per-
son on tne street and for two yearn
was a trusty at the federal fail.
U) and hear Rev. Ktlgoro at tho
South Metliodiet church t-urvlcofi at 3
and 7 .j o'clock p. in. You are re-
tiuesied to eoine and enjoy yourself for
enjoy yourself you wil. as you will bo
at a good old fabhioued Methodist
meeting where f-voryoue can stng
shout pray aud be happy
There will be un important meeting
of the Trinity Guild this afternoon at
- SO at the roetury. All memlo-s ot
tun Gu Id aud ladies of tho uhurcri uro
usked to be present. Mrs. II T.
DbWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is an
untiseptio soothing aud hauling appli-
cation for burns squids outs biuises
etc. and euros pilot liku magic It lu-
btantly stops pain. 0. R Run fro 101
A blaak silk umbrella uatural wood
handle in postotllcf Tuesday March
e at noon llnder will kindly return
i-true to this olttao aud receive re-
Wur I lO.tf
bc.ilr and Hal Treatmnt
Hair goods the bcit braids made of
out hair or combings Gentlemen cau
also get a clean bliave hair cut sea-
foam and shampoo llald ieads grov
4 new growth o hair by my treat-
ment. My h' 'r pomade U tho best on
the market. We have a dVessmaklng
department and will do all kinds ot
sewing Satisfaction guaranteed
Prlon 718 West Noble avenue
Mrs U. Davis.
Six-iooin U.iubo to rent on C! r lad
avenue between First and 1 t aiu.i
streets good house and city water
Call at Hank ot ludian Territory 3i?
CASE & MOORE Proprietors.
SIDE TALKS $
Judge Scott of Newklrk has been in
tho olty several days seeing tho sights
with O V. Wlndora son of Indian
Agont Windom of the Indian territory
and Alonza Aesop liycrs tho talented
Achilles of Kay county. Judge Scott
worked with tho Newklrk lobby a few
days and then Hopped over Into his
clement Republican politicians. Ho
is anxious to witness a decided move-
ment on tho part ot McICInley and
trusts such movement will be accom-
panied by a commission for a judgeship
Dick Plunkett still reigns as the
champion pugilist and lolly boy in the'
territory lie is remembered by the
big Ikes ut Carson. Last Friday W. G
Jones of Newklrk received tbo follow
ing telegram: "Carson Nov. March
5. To V O. Jonen Newklrk: Glvo
my bobt regards to Dick Plunkett and
say to htm that everything Is proplt-
ous for a big crowd to see the greatest
sporting ovent iu one thousand years.
Ilopo to see Dluk and his friend Dan
A. Stuart Of eourbu Dick will go to
Attorney Krtuik Uxllne of Nowkirk
is in tho olty. Mr. Kxllnc has been
spending sevoral inontliB in Iowa and
at first contemplated moving from
Oklahoma but he has slnuo changed
Ins mind and says Oklahoma Is good
enough for him.
lily u I.llllu rail.
Utile Denny "Mamma pirate let
me hold the baby far k minute."
Mother "I am afraid Denny you
might let her fall." "Well if alio doe
fall she can't fall very far. Texas
Huy it lloiuo Utieap.
Two nice cottage homes for sale
cheap on weekly Installments. In
quire of W. M. Hronson. 2utf
Cotton Land For Rent U. 11.
A good farm IX mllossouth of town
Si aurcs In cultivation SO acres lu pas-
ture good well and stock water Will
rent for one-third of crop for further
information eaii ou u. it. Mttcneii one
mile south of town. 84tf
See Smith the bill distributor.
Wanted good clean cotton rags at
the Leader ''Uti
For Sale Twi shares of stock In
baoK of Mulhall Oklahoma valued at
100 per share. Good bank; splendid
lnvustroiJt but owner seeds money.
Address n. O. ilox 85 Stephenvllie
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
The Latest Attraction in Town is
THE NEW SPRING STOCK OF SHOES
that we have just received. We have put three '
things in our shoes art labor and good LHATiim
and now we want you to put two things in them
Corner First and Oklahoma
Ave. Guthrie O- T.
Harness and Saddles
Of Every Description
Collars Bridles Whips etc.
First Class Goods Low Prices and Quick Sales.
A. P. SAUNDERS Mgtv
11a nirinimmn AvPinie.
GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA "J
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