The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 97, Ed. 1, Friday, March 26, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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THE LKAPKR GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
la the st'iwn for new life hi nature
nrw ijror in our jiliyalcnl systems.
As the fresh ip carries life into tho
trees so our blood sliouht give ua
renewed strength nnd igor. Iu
its impure state it cannot do this
and tho aid of Hood's Shrsapnrilia
is impomtivclv needed.
It -will purify vitalh-e nnd enrich tlio
blood and with this solid correct
foundation it will build up good
health crenU' a pood uppet'ito. tone
your Btoinai-h and digest ivo organs
strengthen ur nerves and over-
come or pr'ent that tired feeling.
This has h n t'u- experieme of thou-
sands. It v ill bo ours if you tako
cine and Won. I 1'iinfier Hold by all drugglM. St
. .i run-urn i. IntliBHtlno
noo" 1'H i .iwiin
CITY IN BllIEF.
rtniinat Point. nd Matter Trftnaplrlr?
In nnd About the Oltr
K. of P. lodge meoting tonight
V. It. White of Hlackwell Is lit the
Prof. 11. P. Means is over from Still-
water. Prof Thwiug next Tuesday on tho
Dr. Hmerson Is Uow n from Wlnflold
John McCartney went to Kingfisher
Ladles free at the opera house attrac-
Uev. J. E. Watt is spending a few
days at home.
Westons in Reuben Ohio at theopora
1 M. Blchardson was up from Okla-
hotnr City yesterday.
Charles Urewer attended a party In
Kingfisher last night.
Judge II. S. Cunningham haB gone
to Wichita and Kansas City.
II. II. Perry and wife loft last night
for Purcell their futnro home.
Prof. Thwlng on tho X ray at the
1'resbyterlan church Tuebday night.
T. M. Richardson and J. W. Wilson
were up from Oklahoma City yesterday.
Rev. Pendleton Brooke brother of
llt-hop lirooke died Wednesday at
Dr. Mayer's office will be atSt.Louln.
Do not fall to consult him bof ore his de-
parture from Quthrio.
Don't forget tho X rays lecture In
the Presbyterian church next Tuesday
evening. Admission .s corns.
Tho Kendall divorce case has been
continued until next term of court on
account of sickness of plaintiff
Ed Patton has returned from New-
kirk and will assist Landlord ltrooks
in tho management of Hotel Royal.
R. E. Rlnor of Iluichliibou inspector
of the Hutchinson Loan company la
In the city tho guest of Stuart McKay
Dr. Mayer the specialist for eye car.
nose and throat will loavo Qutnrlo on
or aboi" ft;.rH lSih. Consult bltn at
Sheriff Rhlnchart Ed. Kelley and
Joe Pontecost returned yesterday frou
Lansing where they delivered a bunch
Rev. Shepherd'a daughter and chil-
dren who havo been visiting hero for
soveral weeks will return to Ilurden
A rumor was atloat yesterday to the
effect that tho Plum postofllco near
CushiRg had been raided. No par-
ticulars could be learned.
Word come from Okmulgee tho
Crook capital that Robert Watson was
assassinated Tuesday evening while
standing in his door. A white woman
living in the house Is accused of the
deed. Another murder occurred at
Okmulgee Sunday. -George Carr a
Creek Indian shot and killed Hon Cot-
ton a negro over the wife of Carr's
Dick Flvnuett has got as far as tbe
Wichita Eagle ofQca on his way back
from Carbon The Eagle says that In-
galls and John Sullivan are simply not
In it with Dick when it comes to de-
criblng and illustrating tho late mill.
Ills rtramatlo Imitation of tho knock
out blow and Oorbott'a agony Is more
realistic than tho real thing; tho vlta-
ncope pictures are tame and woodenv
Hennessey Clipper- On December 2
18H6. the old board of commissioners
of Garfield county made an order di-
viding Plynn township consisting of
township 20 range 5 and C into two
municipal townships range 6 be'.ng
called Osborno township. January 23
1697. the new board rescinded that
order leaving the two in one
township. The officials of Osborne
township took the matter into the dis
trict court and last Saturday Judge
McAto sustained tho action of the old
board deetdlng that the new board
exceeded its authority.
Police Judge Frank Olsmlth is back
from Lawrence. Kansas where he was
called by the death of his father. Ho
says the business men thore aro sitting
on tbe counter growling about hard
times anu tne farmers sitting on the
fence complaining that thoy can get
nothing for the thousands of bushels
of corn and wheat they have stored
away; the mud la hub deep in tho
roads tho weather raw and cold and
the wheat crop badly injured. Ho 1b
glad to once morn get back to a coun-
try whore everybody Is prosperous and
everything doing woll.
Hall's llalr Rennwer contains tho
natural food and color matter for the
hair and medicinal herbs for the
scalp curing grayness baldness
dandruff and scalp sores.
Tho very latest developments of tho
X rays and tho now telegraphy may
bo studied during tho lecture at tho
Presbyterian church next Tuesday
evening. Admission 23 cents.
Roubeu GIuo will bo tho Weston's
bill at tho opera house tonight. Pro-
viding seats are reserved during tho
day ladloB will be admitted free.
A spoolal session of tho Creek council
was called at Okmulgee yesterday for
the purpose of arranging matters to
treat with the Dawes commission.
Secretary Lowe Issued a charter yes-
terday to the El Rono Wholesale Gro-
cery Company. Wm. U. Williams J.
A Wave and Webb Ilendrix are di-
rectors. The eity council baa renewed a ilvo
year contract with J. Sam Krown for
are electric lights Hrown must
furnish SB are lights at 28.00 each per
At tho Presbyterian church next
Tuesday night the emlnont Prof.
Thwlng will lecture on tho X ray.
Don't fall to hear him. Lecture will
bo illustrated with mechanical appli-
ances. Messrs. liaeonrina Sauoy Chief and
Charles Prudom three Osage Indians
comprising a delegation recently sent
to Washington D. 0. by tbe counollof
the Osage nation on public business
You are the faith- 5
ful sentinels who stand guard over
tho health of the family from tho
babo to "the boss." You aro nev-
er free from care and anxloty
which may at any raomont be
vastly Increased by Illness among
your loved ones. Orloll's Russian
Grlppo Cure U ottered you as a
certain preventative of colds
coughs and croup and tholr at-
tendant train of ells If used
early und a euro If It Is procautlc-
nary un has been neglected.
What n Wife Hajn.
Lkiioy Kan. March 10 1607
My husband was attacked with
la grippe last Thursday. Satur-
day 1 purchased a bottle of
"Orloll's' and about a third of It
cured him. Today Wednesday
he Is out at his usual business
Mns. Alick M. David.
loo dusks run no oknth 1
Sold by Seatonlnn Drue Co.
P Mntrof.t IIIhii UruKCI'ln-Nono belttir
Dr. Mayer will loavo Guthrlo on or
about April 15th tor his now location
Eighth and dllve streets St. Louis
Mo. Those who wish to havo tholr
eyes fitted with proper glasses would
do woll to call without further delay.
Tho largest amount of land yet
broken in this county for crops has al-
ready been prepared this spring and
tbe larger part will be planted to cot-
ton. It Is expected that the cotton
crop of this county alone will equal
half the crop of the territory in any
The railway committee appointed to
confer with similar committees from
Kansas and Texas will meet the Kan-
bans at Oklahoma City at 3 o'clock
April t. They will go over the Santa
Ke railway to Texas tho overland trip
having been abaudoned. They may
Representative Georgu Vickers of
Woods county has gone to Washing
ton to urge his appointment as receiver
of the land office at Alva worth 83000
a year lie says that any man who
fonght for tho Republican party as a
member of tbe minority in tho last
bouse is entitled to a small thing like
a 83000 job;
Tired nervous aud weak men and
women find new life nerve strength
vigor and vitality in Hood's Sarsapa-
rills wbloh purities enriches and vi-
talizes tho bloody
Hood's pills aro the favorite family
cathartic easy to take easy iu effect.
Last night fifty Indians becamo ex-
hausted while engaged iu a ghost
dnnco la the Otoe country and some
It is reported havo died. Eor ten days
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians havo
been visiting tie Otoes and they have
engaged In their religious dances dur
ing all tills time. The ghost dance Is
done at night and on several occasions
they havo danced all night long
Manv squaws havo danced until thev
There will bo a joint meeting of the
Equal Sulfrago club and W. a T. U.
Saturday March 37 at 3 p. m. at Mrs.
Elizabeth Strough's South It road bo-
tweon Springer and Perkins The fol-
lowing program will be rendorodt
Song by ibe club.
Devotional exercises Mrs. I! II. I'urrow
"Ilvolutlou and development of tbr club"
I' rancls darter.
Selected reading Mrs. I'erplU.
"The growth of Hie woman's caute In tne
koutb" Alma Canon
What are tbe general neeria of tbe work '
IIIKirt from watch tower.
L'lljr Democrat. Attention.
A mass meeting of the Democrats of
Guthrie is hereby called at 7:30 o'clock
Saturday evoning in tho district court
room. All Domocrats aro urged to bo
prcsont. Iluslness of Importance.
L. G Niiu.ACK Chr'm. City Com.
Itheumntliiii Quickly Cured.
Aftor having beon confined to the
house tor oleveu days and paying out
885 in dootor bills without benofit Mr.
Frank DoUon of Sault Sto. Marie
Mich. was cured by one bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Halm costing 36
cents and has not since been troubled
with that complaint. For sale by Sea
tonian Drug Co.
Choctaw Oklahoma & tlnlf It. II. Co.
Leave Oklahoma Ctty 8 . 49 am
Arrive South McAlealer I. Mum
Arrive Port Smltb t:M pa
Arrive 8t- Louis 7 18 pm
Leave Oklahoma City for wo t. 8.36 am
Leave Oklahoma City for west - SiW I'm
Make close connections at 1 iteaa tar
paints on tbe Itock Island north and kottta.
J F HOLUEM. Tramc Mnaer.
Soma McAlcster. I.T.
O. M M. ELLSWORTH.
Agent Oklahoma Guy.
liruce Dougherty the photographer.
has purchased tho accessories back
grounds aud instruments with which
Mr Fred Ilaldwln has been making
tbe fine "I'latino" work and will guar-
antee to make tbe same class of work
or refund your money. Mr. C. E Doty
tbe retoucher Mr. Ilaldwln brought
with htm will continue to work at my
gallery. I have possession of all nega-
tives made while he was with mo and
would ba pleased to receive duplicate
orders. 110 Oklahoma avenue. 2t
Plmpita. Uottbrn b'ailotai'i r d. ugh oily
tooth t kin. I'lhiDfr ' i l' tbin. and
tkllioft bur od bu' UiBnilua jicc-.tl by
CvTicntA For. the rooitefiVriu.. inn purify.
Ingand tp-.utifvlDgxir ' lb mrl ti wll
pure-tani! sweeten forti'U" 'U. rt ''""
IiMMt.raiit1ioiillhtw-.rM IT" l Hi'COlJN
Boli..OMtg a" linwt. Hutnyil!sto."fr-.
cl ii i ka m.tuk:B.
HOW YOU VOTE
Have your eyes examined ana spec
tardea fitted at very reduced rates bo
foro Dr. Mayer leaves tho city.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
shew Royal Baking Powtftr
$VffUr ta all o4km
Considerate Change In the Manner of
The legislature has made considera-
ble change in the manner of voting
While all of the general features of
the present law are retained vet tbo
ballots are prepared entirely different.
The device business Is all done away
with and there Is no such thing as vot-
ing tho straight party ticket with or"
stamp. Instead of voting for .i
party the voter will cast his ballot ' ..
each candidate for whom he doslres
voto. Tho names of all tho candidates
foruny particular office are placed lu
one group under tho name of tho offico
for which there are candidates. Im-
mediately preceding each name will
bo a single square anil the voter will
lndfcato his choice for an office by
making a cross with an indoliblo pen-
cil In tho square preceding the name
for which ho desires to voto To Il-
lustrate the ticket for city clerk
would be arranged as follows:
Foil City Ci.kkk.
I John Smith (Rep.)
Torn Jones (Pom.)
I Robert Walker. (Pop.)
I John Doe. (Inil.)
After the olcct:on board canvasses
tho vote tho ballots must bo soaled in
paper bags. Those mutilated and not
counted in one bag and the counted
ballots In tho other. No ballots aro to
be burned. In case of contested elec-
tion tho ballots may bo counted.
The Ice cream soda at Al liuscli-
baker is out of sight. SQtO
Dr. Jlajor tho specialist for
oyo oar noso and throat will
lcovo Gulhrio on or about April
lfilli. Consult Ji i in atonco.
Wild Hone Merit or .lemcy U-ttle.
(A. J. C. C ) St. Lambert and Co-
masa families represented. Young
stock tor sale. Call aud examiue or
address 11. V. Woodworth Downs
Foil Tiiadk. Four good lots In Ohio
manufacturing city of 15000 for Btuall
tract of land within a mtlo of Guthrlo.
Address "Good Chance" Leader office.
Good thrco room houBO on corner
.ot good stable storm cave all fenced
close in for salo cheap. Part cash and
balance on monthly Installments; also
ono good lot on North First street.
Address "II" caro Loader. Utf.
Dr. Ignatz Mayor the spocialits
leaves Guthrlo on or about April lbth.
Call on him at onco office over Rush
J. D. Thorpe has moved his jowclry
business to Vaudorpool's drug store
corner Harrison and Second. lfltf
For trado A throo-rootn house for a
small tract of land near Guthrie. Ad-
dress ''X" caro Leador. Ifltf
The underslKiiod announces himself as
an Independent candidate for the office of
street commissioner subject to tho deci-
sion of the leiral votors of tho city of
Guthrie ut tho April election Having
sorved the city more than six months lu
this cupacltv I am ahlo to glvogood ser-
vice. Al.UXAMlKIt O. Hkhtku.
For tlrst-clubo paper hanging call on
L. Chrisen 111 north First street
Stuart MelCay will make you a loan
on your farm. Low rates; long time.
10S South First street T7 tf.
Stuart McKuy has eastern monoy
to loan on farms. Long time. 10S
South First street. 17 tf.
You can yet not (ho bonollt
for special treatment of tho
oyo oar noso and throat if you
will consult I)r. Mayor at once.
rrklns Is KIght Again.
Ono of tho Methodist preachers takes
tho Outdo to task becauso wo think it
la wrong for raacedonla preaohera to
turn suppors into kissing parties
among tbe yo.ng ladles.
Do threatens ti stop the Guide; now
all wo ask of you Mr. Prcaobor is to
pay us and order the paper stopped.
The editor of the Guide will never
stand by and wink at the deviltry of
any one for a few paltry dollars; we
would rather for this paper to die bat-
tling for tho right and Its editor fall
lu tho nrms of Jesus than to ilourfsh
hero and go to holl at last where all
doers of wrotfg must go. Guthrlo
llol.l Up t I'luml)
It was reported yesterday that tho
postotlice and general store at Plumb
In the eastern part of Payno county
had been raided by the Jim Cook gang
and a largo amount of money secured
Old poople who require medicino to
regulate tho bowels and kldnoya will
find tho truo remedy in Electric Hit-
ters This medicino docs not ntlmu.
late and contains no whisky nor other
intoxicant out acts as a tonic and
alterative. It acts mlldlv on tho atom.
ach and bowels adding strength and
giving tone to the organs thereby aid-
ing nature in tho performance of tho
functions. Electric Hitters is an ex
cellent appetizer and aids digestion.
Old people find It just exactly what
mey noea. trice ou cents and 51 pei
battle at 0. R. Renfru's drug store.
lco cream at Al liuscnbsker's. SdtO
Dr. .Mayor's ollico will he at
l. Louis. Do not tail to con-
sult him before his departure
Daily Lkadku and Kausas Ctty
Dally Times one wook for PJ cents.
Leave orders at Leader office. This
Includes tbe big Sunday Times.
You can save a good deal by having
your eyes examined and proper glasses
utteu. rnis is your last opportunity
and you should avail yourself of ft
Call on Dr. Mayer boforo he loaves tho
Consult Dr. Mayor at onco as
ho will leave Guthrie on or
about April 15.
New styles of buggies phaotons sur-
rey traps and carts just rorolved at
M. Collar's South Second street. Call
and see bis goods. M Collar
If you want lco cream go to Al Un-
UTANTED-SEVEItAL FAITHFUL MEN
or women to travel tor responsible es-
tablished bouse In Oklahoma. Salarr ITfO.
payable 115 weekly and extenses. Position
Jxrmanent. Reference. Enclose self-ad-Ircssed
and stamped envelope Tbe Na-
tional. Star building Chicago.
See Smith the bill distributor
:&"-" "; w
Mrst publlshod In tho Dally Leader
iuarcn -J5 1807.
Notico for Publication.
Land office at Guthrlo O. T March
Notlco Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named settler has filed notlco or his
Intention to mako ll-al proof In support
of his claim and that said proof will bo
made boforo tho register and receiver at
Guthrlo O. T on April 30 1S97 vli:
Joseph A. Price for tho so or ic "JT.
tp 10 n of rl w.
He names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Wal-or D. Wilson and Potor 'P. Con-
well of Meridian O. T. Frank L Dancy
und Add W. Chrlstlanson of Guthrie
A. N. J. Crook. Register.
For Rent Furnished looms; heated
with hot air also use of bath room In
connection. 101 Cleveland uve 10tf
Dr. Jguutz Mayer the special-
ist leaves Uuthrle on or about
April 15 h. Call on him at
once ollico over Hush storo.
Anybody knowing the whereabout
ot KUburn Roblusou formorly of
Montgomery county Kansas formerly
of Indiana will confer a great favor
on his brother James RobliiBon of
Monon Indiana by notifying him of
tbo same. Should KUburn Robinson
see this como home and get your part
of estate James J. Roblt. son Monon
Wantkd Five thousands bushels of
tomatoes delivered to Salmon Can-
ning factory Guthrie O T. during
the canning season Farmers wishing
to make contracts address Gus Carson
caro Nix Halsoll & Co. Guthrlo U. T
Dr. Mayor will leave Guthrie
on or about April 15th for his
now location Eighth and Olive
streets St. Louis Mo. Those
who wish to have their eyes
fitted w'th proper glasses would
do well to eall without further
OH ! MY TEETH !
llest Teeth and Hist Huliber on Earth
Everything guaranteed to be strictly first
class and warranted
S6.00 PER SET.
(Either upper or lower.
Gold nillngs ll.oo and up. Sliver (Gold and
Platlna Alloy) Cement and Qutta Percha
Oiling W cents and up. Extracting 2S cents
llrldge work at correspondingly low prices.
As appears above we warrant (with a war-
rant that Is worth Just what It says too) all
our work to be strictly first-class. We do
not use cheap Job teeth but the very best
that arc made in the United States (and that
means In the world) as well as the very best
rubber and give you exactly the same thing
for 1400 that we charged 115.00 for a couple
of years ago. We have been pracltcfcg
dcntlstry for more than 17 years and have
received our education In the lwst colleges
in the land and from the best teachers have
all the modern methods and appliances
(some of which are not In any other offlce In
the Territory) and will to you better work
for less money and give better satisfaction
than any other offlce In Oklahoma.
Southwest cor- Oklahoma Ave. and First S
Will Leave Guthrie
On or About April 15th
IGNATZ MAYER M. D.
as je 3es o x uau x- x s ne
DISEASES AND SURGERY
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SPECTACLES AUD EYE GLASSES
TO SUIT ALL DEFECTS OF SIGHT.
CONSULT HIM AT ONCE AND SAYE
Money and Danger.
i Dcnnncn datco t
f -t-M-H-M-H ! 1' !! 1 l-H-4"H-HH-H"l-l-l-l"l--H-H"tHH-
I Ofpick 124 Oklaboma Ave. near First Street
Over Bee Hive Store.
I OFFICE HOURS l A WS "'
( A to i .u.
!4$$$444i!Mt? -J fyt-W
Fliat published lu tho Uuthrle Dully
Leader March 10 1S97.
Notice for Publication.
Land ollico at Guthrie O. T. March
Notice Is hereby Riven that tho follow-
nami'd sottlor has tiled notlco of his in-
tention to mako final proof lu siuport of
his claim and Unit said proof will ho
raado boforo tho register and rocolver U.
S. land ofllco nt Guthrie O. T. on May
3 1697 vU
lames K. Cnrlln for the n w qr of sec
20 tp is r 2 w.
Ho names tho following wltun-sos to
prove his continuous roMdonco upon aud
cultivation of. said land viz:
Rvert E Craig Charles II Cook Warren
E Craig William M. Taylor of Guthrlo
KM A. N. J. Cok Register.
First fullliliixi in iit Outluio lib .
Lnidnr March 10 1897.
Notlco for Publication.
Land ollico at Guthrie O. T. Mnr -h
Notice Is hereby given that tho folli. -
iiuiuwi sumri mis nica notlco OI ner
tention to make final proof lu -uppori
hei claim and that said proof will
mado boforo the register and recolvot
Guthrlo. O. T.. on April 28 1897 viz:
Amy II. Mount for lots 8 und 9 r
and lots 'i and 3 nnd s w qr of n o qi
ri-u I iu ii i i ui r J o.
Shonamos tho following witnesses to
provo her continuous rosldoneo upon id
cultivation of. said land viz:
Jnme M Gibion. Thomas J. Lewis
JailltiH 1' Martin. Iillvor MiMira nf I. !-
i stun. O. T.
! 4037 A. N. J. Ciiook Itegisti- .
ur SDPina Ooenina Sale
TO BE REPEATED SATURDAY!
The Difference in Shoes.
Some dealers will sell
Shoes which are very
near the style but not
quite so. They chaige
as much for them as we
do for our shoes which
are absolutely in the
very latest style will
fit perfectly and wear
you longer than any
otner snoes you nave
We are perfectly sat-
isfied with tho shoes we
sell and we are very
particular. We are cer-
tain that you will be
pleased with our foot-
wear. Try a pair for
it will be a pleasure to
you to wear them and
we will guarantee satisfaction.
The Welcome Grocery.
All Dress GoodsDomestics Ginghams
..: Prints Lawns Table Linens etc.
t On Sale as Advertised.
Our Opening Sale in the Clothing De-
partment takes place Saturday.
Choice af 225 Children's Suits in light and medium colors strictly all wool
from $4.00 to 5.oo
Saturday's Price $1 38.
Choice of 350 Boy's Suits; ages 15 to 19 strictly this springs production regu-
lar $7 $8 and $9 values.
Saturday's Price $3.38.
Choice of 400 Mens' Suits in round and square sacks all wool cheviots
worsteds and cassimeres worth from jlo to $15
Saturday's Choice $5.30.
Come to the busiest store in town.
CASE & MOORE Proprietors.
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