The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 101, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 31, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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THIS LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
Kntertd in the pott omce it Ontbrle. Okla
M second U mall matter
My tli llr 1'raitlnit UcmMnr
LKSt I H KIIH-oa KdUor
OSelal Ord ot Oklahoma Democracy.
Thk only thing that McKlnley 1
really anxious to knur? U the names
of the parties who broke up the Mc
Klnley meeting In this city last nprlnp
Mack says ho 1b naturally too good
natured to hold malice against anyone
but by the toe-nails of Moses these
fellows shall not eat any pie hi his
One month delivered In city. .
Une munih br mall
Three mouths . . .
Six months -
Fhovi an uncredtled exchange which
seems trying to down tho doctors the
following tnost excellent advice is bo-
Ing clrculatod and It Is worth moro
than a whole drug store "Drink less.
breathe more. Eat less chew more.
Clothe leBs bathe more Hide less
walk more. Sit less dig more. Worry
less work more Wssto less tflyo
moro Write less read more. 1'reach
less practice more."
By tho Persistent Uso of
"1 was truiibl-i foi ji-urs with a
store ni it" Vtii-c. wlui li Hpvvral
plivsii'iium. who tii'nt i'il mi- railed it
niiicor iiMiiiriiig me tlml nothing
eo'iltl bo iloiu- tu aitvi' m life. As
hist resort I was liiilurwl to try
Ajt'r' Snrsniiarlllit nlul after tak-
ing h iiiiiiiImt of bottle" the wre
WLUNESDAY MAH011 II 1807.
her Ma r . -U. IL Uoode
horl'oil. Judge Frank OUmltb.
for . icrx 11. H. llockllnger.
lor Treasurer Win. ItiuUiaunt.
for Marshal .. It. M. Mycr.
For Assessor -A. lvreb".
or street Commissioner..!. Montgomery
i'nr 1 reasurer SchooKUonnL
First Ward . . J. M. Wallace
Se x.nd Ward . . J. M.llale
Third Ward . . I'. II. ScrutchueU
Fourth Ward . -Wm. IMcketl.
KHih Ward J It Millar.
It appears that the Republican can-
didate for tho police judgeship Mr. M.
L Mock is relying on his army record
as an Important factor in his race ; in
tills connection It may be well to state
that he was not the only veteran In
the pit since the candidate on the
Oitlfcns' ticket for this otHce Mr.
Frank Olsmith has something of a
war record himself. II o enlisted at
the age of 14 at Fort Leavenworth
for three years or during tho war In
JS'ovembor 1803 in Co 1 16th Kansas
Vol. Cavalry and Berved until the war
ended. Ho participated with his regl-l
racnt in all tho engagements between
the Union and Confederate forces
during the Confederate Invasion of
Missouri by Price and Shelby begin-
ning at Independence and ending at
For hcliool llowril.
A. W. McKeand
1 H Finch.
J. W 8n)der
It h getting high time for ouu of 'em
to ktay down tell seconds.
next year clothing ox
Rkimuuku to the gubernatorial go
It should be remembered that Corbett
drew Ural blood but Fit finally won.
Wis are becoming impatient. If
Fly&'j is not in the heavy-weight
class why doesn't Unmet "mix It" and
give him a knockout.
liiBKtt are nioro Republicans In this
territory hanglix on the raggod edge
of uncertainty t'mn ever known be-
fore in this or aty other subdivision of
Uncle Sum's posicsstons.
Akkiiiamts are now in order to
prove that the Republicans of Okla-
homa vcru always for McKlnley and
that Tom Ueed was only a tnake-be-lleve
In order to bolldify the McKlnley
copt cheap cotton goods will be 26
per cent higher ttiau it is now while
the appreciated gold dollar will be
harder than ever to get. Thus pros-
perity will bo restored. The tablo
given below indicates the measure ot
taxation to bo imposed on an already
distressed people by a congress pledged
to restore prosperity by taxing more
from the masses and turning It over to
those alrrudy opulent.
Tho table gives tho domestic supply
of wool In pounds and the importa-
tions since 1H9Q:
AiucrW.in production ImjKirted
mJ .T0.1UOUmj 1U6411&A
ltl .UJUUJ iw;mjC)8
ltttf 4iJilal US.TCO.OM
iti. :oaioi) i7s4.ss
IWt ."Wl0UiJW.iU 8ft IK.SWi
IFK 31001 UJU VM.UXt HX
It is suid that the great Hoods will
coutinue for two weeks more and if
this prediction comes true the de-
struction of life nnd properly on the
MipBlsslppt river and its tributaries
will be appalling.
In tho Second ward the citizens have
named a stalwart man to represent
them in tho person of J M. Hula He
Is an indefatigable worker and is
loyal to the city. Stamp to the left of
his name when voting.
Tuk city has long been under Re-
publican machine rule The time has
Arrived when dark deals should bt
ventilated. Klect the men on tin
Citizens' ticket and a rigid Investiga-
tion of past corruption will follow
Ca.nmdatk Mock Is making a cam-
paign for police judge on his "war
record ' whatever that is. Nobody
knows what that record Is and more-
over no one care. What tho pooplo
would like to sou Is Mock's record as a
1'mcsiitK.NT McKi.M.Ki was wise iu
making haste to appoint a mlnlstur to
Mexico. Uy so doing ho presented the
spectaLlo of a lot of silver haters
scrambling for an appointment to
represent this great nation In a 50-cont
Tuk voters of the First ward should
utamp the space bearing the name of
J M Wallace wheu they go to the
polls next Tuesday. Wallace Is not a
truckler to machine whims but a
business man who will be ot much
hi-r vice to the city on the council.
This means that the tax on raw wool
ulone will be 333000000 a year. Add
to tills the additional price imposed on
all woolen goods and the new tarilT
will mean at least 3.1 per year addi-
tional cost for clothiug etc for every
family in the United .Slates. There wore
last year 38.208.7SS sheep In the United
States and there wore over 70000000
people so that the whole American
people will be taxed about Si per head
for every sheep in the United .States by
the now tariff makers.
Tho Philadelphia Times appropri
ately buys- "Under the pretense ot
wuullng revenues to meet inordinate
expenditure tho government in order
to get'oue dollar for Itself proposes to
lleece the cousumcr out of ten' And
this is to be done with upturned eyes
in the narno of protection and philan-
thropy in behalf of labor' What a
boon it is to labor to put up the price
of coats and petticoats! What a bless-
ing It is to the people of the United
States to cut them off from tho supply
of cheap wool which Hoods the markets
of the world in order to make a pro-
tective holiday for speculators who
trade upon and make mock of the
necessities of their fellows!" And it
might say more. It might say that
manufacturers will lay In a two years
supply of raw material undor tho pres-
ent comparatively low tariff aud that
tliuv will sell the inanufact tred
product at whatever advance the shut-
ting out of foreign competition will
And all this by an administration
elected not on the tarilT issue at all
but in a canvass during which only
currency legislation was discussed
If it is true that President Krugerof
the Transvaal and President Sleyu of
the Orange Fruu Slate have formed a
union there is no ueed of making a
great fuss about it It Is not the first
tune a man of Kruger's nationality has
formed a close uulon with a Steyu.
C 11 SuiturrnriKLi) of the Third
ward Wm. Pickett of the Fourth
ward and J. It. Miller of the Fifth
-ward are all well-known business
men of (iuthrlo. On tho city council
they would faithfully represent the
interests of the city Support them
As tho name Indicates Hull's Vege-
table Sicilian Hair Rencwer Is a re-
newer of the hair Including its growth
health youthful color and beauty. It
will please you.
Dr. Ignatz Mayer the sneuiallts.
loaves (Iuthrlo on or about April 16th.
Call on him at once ollluo over Rush
Thk Capital has a two-column edi-
torial on the motive force of the prop-
osition "if." It essays to touch on the
district clerks' case reverses the
United States court Itself and Anally
winds up by declaring the government
n bilker Ureat paper great logician
that Capital. It has contracted a very
unique case of worms.
Tuekk can bo no doubt of the fact
that the Democratic minority in con-
gress 'a pursuing legitimate tactics ir
giving the Republican majority full
swing in making the new tariff. The
adoption of the old McKtnlay schedules
on all the articles of daily consump-
tion to the common masses and the
lowering of the duty on articles only
within the reach ot the rich la mad-
ness and is as sure to be resented by
the American people In the overthrow
c2 the Republican party as that the
pu ins in the heavens to rule the day.
Notjc Id Kp Up Domestic fuwlt.
To -'whom it may coucsrn:
Tou arc hcrohy notified that by or-
dinance No 7 It is unlawful for any
person to allow any chickens duolTs
turkeys or any other domestic fowl lo
run at large within the corporate
limits of the city between the first day
of March and the first day of October
each year. Any person violating the
provisions of ald ordinance aro sub-
ject to a One ot Qve dollars for each
day such nuisance Is permitted. lam
directed by the city authorities to see
tuat this ordinance Is strictly eniorced.
W. II Haxtkb
2017 City Marshal
For trade A throe-room bouse for a
smalLtract of land near Outhrlo. Ad-dressf-X'!
care Loader. 19t(
TbeOuthrfe Millinery U7aart.wll
have on display trimmed haU and
bonnets ot tholrown design and pat-
terns March 29 30 and 31 Monday
Tuesday and Wednesday
'Iioonis of the World
You Have Pick and Choice !
Mns. A. V Sai'NDkiis.
began to disappear ami in genernl
health hnpr.e I p.-rsNtwl in this
treatment until the mmt was en-
tlrelv healed. Smee then I 110
Ayer's Sariaparilla iM-enslnnally ns
a tonle ami Mnoil puntli r. and in-
deed it seems is tlnii!!h 1 eouM lint
keep linue wit hunt it ' Mr. S. A.
FlM.le- lHoniiiln M I i
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla.
Ayor's Pills Rnt:ulate tho Llvo
Dr. Mayer will lonvo Oi thrio
on or about April loth for his
now location Eighth anil Olive
streets St. Louis Mo. Those
who wish to have their oyes
llttetl wfth proper glasses would
ilo well to tall without further
If you want lco cream go to At Kit-
Wanted good clean cotton rags at
the Leader otllco.
Lkaiikk otllccr or
Till In lour liMtllinlt.
On nci ipt of tu if nln ir' or tnmpn.
a i" taiMiiiiK wmi V will In- died uf the
most )piilnr I'ulmrli nml llnv IVtpr Cure
lily's 'i.nn Union snllieiciit lo dyiiion.
stroto the grr.il n . iiU i.f th rf UHoly.
GO irn ii M ? vf York City.
Ilr .lohlillfiil .lr i'f 'ir . 1'iiIIn Miint
rrcomit i nihil I.Iv'h ' r-iu lliiliii lo liif 1
can en f liai7- Ii ntu'ei wnt "It inn pom-
tlve cun for iiili.rili il ii -il tiKilirrcIrd "
Rev rnineiW I'irt.le I'sntorCentruU'res.
Church llilcua Mont.
Ely's Cream Halm is the arkturalrdgril
euro for rntnrrh .itnl roiitmns no mercury
nor ony injurious ilf .g I'nce CO ceds.
M. Horn fc Co. the great Obicago'
tailors are at the Okla. Mr. K. X
Ilium their cutter will take your
Dr. Ignatz Mayer the special
ist leaves Guthrie on or about
April 15th. Call on him at
once oflice ovorllush store.
? Stuart McKay will make you a loan
on your farm. Low rates; long time.
105 South First street. 17 tf.
J. I). Thorpe has moved his jewelry
business to Vanderpool's drug store
corner Harrison and Second lOtf
Now Is your chance for
suits Mr. K. N. Mum M
Co.'s cutter Is at the Okla.
Anybody knowing the whereabout
of KUbum Robinson formerly of
Montgomery county Kansas formerly
of Indiana will confer a great favor
ou his brother James Robinson of
Monon Indiana by notifying him of
tho same- Should Kllburn Robinson
see this come home and get your part
of estate. James J. Robinson Monon
Consult Dr. Mayer at once as
he will leave Guthrie on or
about April 15.
M. Horn Jb Co. will guarantee you a
purfect fit or refund your money at
Old u hotel. 27lo
No Kicn.e for (lulng- llmiifry.
Regular satisfying and seasonable
meals at eating houses for passcusers
icko ted via Santa Fe Route
Woman's modesty and igno-
rance of danger often cause her
to endure pains and suffer tor-
ture rather than consult a
physician about important
Pains in the head neck
back hips limbs and lower
bowels at monthly intervals in-
dicate alarming derangements.
WINE OF CARDIil
is a harmless Bitter Wine with-
out intoxicating qualities.
Taken at the proper time it
relieves pain corrects derange-
ments quiets nervousness and
cures Whites Falling of the
Womb and Suppreiscd or too
Frequent Menses. Price 1.
for Nnle by M rdtrlne IHmlera.
Dr. Mayer's olllre will heal
St. Louis. Do not fail to con-
sult him before his departure
For Rent Furnished rooms; heated
with hot air also uso of bath room In
connection 401 Cleveland avu lOtf
To lonkat a pretty uralttn woman
SO IT IS SAID.
JSVBKY woman can hate CnnlU vl.lther
I' sbe will take care of tlie gifts that
nature gave Ser ThU can not be ac-
uunpllsbed by the ue of cheap toilet
kOdM and commotio
WK SELL THE BEST S04PS
tVrfuniM. Toilet Towders and Face I'reia
raltonn as well as all Toilet Articles
F B. L1LLIE & CO
Pftscriftion a Socially.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
Have your eyes examined and
spectacles fitted at very reduced
rates before Dr. Mayer leaves
The Guthrie Millinery Haaar will
have on display trimmed hats and
bonnets of tnolr own designs and pat
ternB March SO 30 and .11 Monday
Tuesday and Wednesday.
20t6 Mrs A. I' Sau.ndkks
Have your eyes examined and spec-
tacles fitted at very reduced rates bo-
foro Dr. Mayer leaves tho city
Tho undersigned announces hlmelf as
an Independent candidate for the otllco of
9treot commissioner subject to tho deci-
sion of the legal voters of tho city of
(liithriu at tho April election Having
eervixl the city moro than kI months In
this I'ap.tcltv I um ablo to give good Mir-
vice Ai.KXANiinn C. Hi:hti:h.
You can yet jot tho bonellt
lor special treatment oi tho
eye ear nose and throat if you
Vf f 11 consult Dr. Mayor at once.
Nnllin In All WhiKIiik HtiHila Trrm
Furrow Hros . ot tho Capital Cltv
(Ireen House will have a car load next
week of white ulin and soft muple
trees on Bale. 2710
M. Horn & Co. will make your sura
mer suit for 813 SO at 0ila hotel. 'J7t
Dr. Mayer tho specialist fjr eye oar
uoso and throat will leave Outhrlo on
or about April 15th. Consult him at
Foil TADK. Four good lots in Ohio
manufacturing city of IS 000 for snjsil
tract ot land within a mile of Uuthria
Address "Good Chance" Loader oflice.
Willi ltd.e Heritor Jemry ONtlla.
(A. J C. C ) St l.amoert and Co
mssa families represented. Young
stock tor sale. Call and examine or
address II t Wood worth Downs
- - V Saddlery House.
Harness and Saddles
Of Every Description '
Collars Bridles Whips etc.
Frst Class Goods
. A. P.'SAU TDERS Mgr;
Oklahoma 118 Avenue. GUTHRIE OKI.AHOMA
Think of getting a snit to order from a
Reliable Homespun a fancy cassimere. or
a choice "Worsted for
and yet that's it that
is the price we make
on a good line
ancy cassimere. or
Think of getting real
spun Cheviots and
fancy mixtures both
Home and Foreign
the latest wears not
Jhagine getting a Genuine Cla "Worsted
Coat and Vest -with tin
est trousers or a Suit
of high class English
or Scotcli good suits
that will be 85 if the
Dingley bill becomes a
law now they lire . '
Miss Sales than Miss-Fits.
If We Makeit It will
Imagine .walking out
Poole would not better
a suit that any man
w mid guess at $50. and
which nobody can put
up the way we do for
less than $10. for which
you only pay2si-
with a suit that
UNDEKSTAND' US NOW PULLY:
We do not allow anybody to approach us in variety.
We do not allow anybody to match us in style.
We do not allow aibpdy to lower our prices '
"And our Guaiantee Back of Every Garment.
214 Olilalioxna jes-xr&m GS-no.lt la.i'i.0 OlLla.
Is an art and the man who
has garments made to mea-
sure by us has found the
key to that art.
It requires no arguing to
show your that you can get
a better lit and more style
iu a SUIT or OVERCOAT
when they are moulded to
yoi.r exact form
Willis the Tailor
105 Oklahoma Ave.
First puhlUhod In Uiithr.le.DMIy Loader
March 24 1SJ7.
Notice for Publlrnt'on.
Land Otllco at Uutlirle (). T. March 33
Notice Ii horohv irlveti that thtt follow-
liiK-nuiiicd settlor has tiled iiutlco of IiU
Intention to muko llnivl proof in ttuiiport
of hUclalDi und thattiuld proof will he
niado Imforo tho rt'KlsUir ami rncotvur at
Outhrlo. O. T.. on April !. !S17. viz:
llunry 8cha)lenhuri;. for lot .1 audi
and ohf of s w qrof sc o ip i;n. r 1 w.
llo nauiud tho following wltnuostM to
prove his continuous reld'iirr upon and
cultivation of said lu tl vu:
WilIU Howes William Ctnulue.
Thomas Spencer. Andrew L. IUunm
allot Uuthrle U. T.
4074 A.N.J Chook. Uegtster.
w. l. mmM
'ljovts.. -c- - :?!&.
W. L. Doutrl
bhixi lMMue iliey
ra inc dcji.
Tar le by
The Style I It and Wear
could not be Improved for
Double the Price.
W. L. Douglas $3.M) $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the
productions of skilled workmen from the best ma-
terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
We make also $2.50 and $2.25 shoes for men and
$2.50 $2.00 and $1.75 for boys and the W. L.
Douglas $3.50 Police shoe very suitable for
letter-carriers policemen and others having;
much walking lo do.
Weare lonxtanilv hcIiIIhk new ktjloi toiir
already large vurk't) ami tliire U nu. rej
nil why "U i-amiot uc guiieii m nuitir on
liavliiK V. l UouKlaa 3lioes fiom your
"U e une mil) the lt Calf lluula Pali
tall ouMirai rreiicu luuuu on
1 tfiii'li KnahiH Mel Kill rli
irratleil tnoirriMiMiiiilullli prims
ur mo aiHMui.
If (ltmlr toiiimit nupply nu
W. L. DQUGUS Cioctlon Mass.
I'ATtKMII H I'llhtu
Guthrie. O. T.
l'lmt published In tho Uuthrle Dally
Leader March 20 1807.
Notice lor Publication.
Land ofilco at Uuthrle O T March
Wi 18a7- . ....
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
iiiK-nttmel uottler has tiled notice of his
Intention to mako Anal proof In support
ot hi claim and that said proof will bo
mado before the register and recelvei at
Uuthrle O. T.. on April 34 1S7 vlx:
Moses W Sawyer for tb o qr of n w
or. and n hfof swejr aud lots 3 and 4 sec
10 tpMn rile. 1. M. O. T.
lie names the following witnesses to
orovn his continuous residence upon and
cultivation ofsald land viz:
William II. Colaaler llobert L. Uault
Buda bulth. James It. Geo e all ot
Ittatraui O. T.
Mi A N J Crook Register.
nm published Dally Leader March
Notico lor lMililicntion.
Laud olllco at Guthrie Okla March
Notlou Is hereby Blven that the follow-
ing named settler ban tiled notice of lit
Intention to make tlnul proof lu support
of his claim aijd that said proof will be
made boforu the rngfsuir and recolvur at
Uuthrle. Okla. on April 84 law. vta:
Valentine Wolf fur the u e qr of r
Ki tp IB r 1
He names the following wltuoeties lo
prove his continuous rtntldeuce iipon and
cultivation uf suid land. vU:
.lolmailiuii Kirk Wllllnni Outer. John
A . lionlev of Acton p. T .lueotj Sitae
of CrtkMseut City. O. T. -05).
A. N J. Cuoax UAglstur.
published tu tho Dally
Maroh 10. 1607.
Notice for Publication
Laud oflice at Uuthrle Okla. March u
Nnttr-n U hnrehv irlven that the follow
ing-named settler has tiled notlue of his
Intention to make final proof iu support
mat saiu nrooi win
made before the rvglsturaud rrcelvtrat
Guthrie. Okla.. on Anril 16. 1SU7. vlt
David Defebaugh for low 1 S und o
half n w qr sec 31 tp 18 r 3 w.
lie names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation ot said land viz;
Samuel M. Ivendrlck Crescent O. T;
Susau B. Kendrick Crescent O. T.;
Thomas P lJrook. Acton O.T.; William
llacon Acton O. T.
4043 A N J Chook Register
publlalittd in the Dully
March a:. thir?.
Notieo lor Publication.
Land otttio at Uuthrle O. T.. Man h
Notlye is hereby given that the folio
l g UaUied settler has tiled notice ur In-
luteullon to make dual proof In stipix
of his clulm and that suld uroof will '.
made before the register anil reoolver u
Uuthrle O. T. on April 3o ia07 y..
.foseph A. I'rlce for tho se q m-
tp 10 ii of r 1 n.
Hh nuiiit thu following wltnesse i
prove hla couUuuuus residence upon anu
cultivation of said land viz:
Valx I). WIUou aud I'eter T ( .
well of Muridlaii ti. T. I'rank L Dim.-v
incl Add V. Chrlstlunson of Uuthrle.
UW A N J. flunoK. Reglntrr
11m published in the Oklahoma Lendi r
March 24 1SU7.
Notice for Publication
Land Olhce at Uuthrle O. T. March
Notice Is hereby given that the follow -lng-named
settlor has tiled notico of her
intention to make final proof In support
of her claim and that said proof will :
trade before Register aud Receiver US
LundOQIco at Uuthrle O T. ou Apnl
aw. 1807 viz:
ltasslo Voaaldsun now Rosslo Snyder
for the u e qr sec 10 tp 15 r 2 w.
Shu names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vlt:
George T. Sartalo Wm Shields Heniy
K;.Sk' J bwrd O. T. and Ueorge U.
Wlllard of Uuthrle O. T.
4073 A N J Chook Register
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