The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 101, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 31, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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UOO UBAD1CR QUTHKUC OKLAHOMA.
NATURE'S BEST REMEDY.!
Paine's Celery Compound Prevents a
Spring has couao.
It Is time (or all persons to lb Ink
seriously of their health
Hut that doesn't mean taking the
first spring reraetjy that happens to
Persons who make it their buslucss
to get the most effective remedy to be
had are sure to carry home Palsies'
celery compound. No other remedy
Is capable of cleansing the blood
. nourishing Hie nerves una regulating
the bowels and digestive organs like
Paine's celery compound.
I( you arc troubled at all by rheu-
matism neuralgia headaches or sleep-
lessness even It these attacks conii
only now and then now Is the Urae
to purify the system of them. Don't
orocrastlnate and dally till frightened
into doing something when you find
the task of geJVlng well has assumed
Palnejecelery compound will cure
kidjif trouble heart palpitation and
jiT&oraereo nyer accuravciy intelligent-Lt-Ty
and permanently when other reme
dies only raise hopes that are never
Paine's celery compound which owes
Us origin to the most distinguished
physician and Investigator this country
ever produced Prof. lJdward K
Pholps M D. Lt.. D of Dartmouth
college has been publicly Indortod
among medical experts as the only
spring remedy in any sense entitled to
it can bo Bald without fear of con-
tradiction that no other remedy can
truthfully refer to men and women so
responsible so trustworthy so convinc-
ing because of their straightforward
CITY IN 1IKIEP.
Peraona.! Polutl anil Matters Trftoeplrlng;
In U(I About (tin Ultr.
Queon Elizabeth will arrive in Guth-
rie Friday evening.
Everybody Invited to dress in cos-
tume at tho character social April 2.
Mrs. Frank Jones of Indianapolis
Indiana is visiting her friend Mrs. T.
Uco M. Southgate county clerk of
Pottawatomie county was in tho city
Come to tho llrooks building Friday
evening April 2. and enjoy music from
William Penn will speak In the
llrooks building Friday evening. Come
out and hear htm
Ed. Conkling of Sao aud Fox re-
turned yesterday from a visit to his
daughters at Topeko.
Dr. Mayer'aouicc will be at tit. Louis.
Do not fall to consult him before bis de-
parture from Uuthrio.
A heavy rain wind and hall storm
visited this section Tuesday afternoon
The ball did considerable damage to
Uo and n aku the acquaintance of
Pocahontas at the llrooks building
yhe will bo there Friday evening with
the veritable John Smith.
The Congregational ladies will pre
sent a very unlquo entertainment tn
'.he llrooks building Friday evening.
April 2. Don't fall to be thuro.
L Miller will build an elevator of
1U000 bushel capacity at Pooi-a CI' v.
and John T. Patlon will enlarge his
mill and also put In an elevator.
Queen Elizabeth Cinderella l'ora-
hontaB Queen Victoria William Penn
and many others will appear at the
character (.octal April 2
Come to the llrooks building and
lend yo.ir sympathy to tho "Old Wo-
man" who will move into her bIioo on
Friday evening with her numerous
r C H we in who lias been in the city
several months tine gone to Chicago
to attend tho Art Academy. His many
friends rcgrol his departure but wish
him success In his studies and bope'lie
will return to the city.
Mrs Patrick Hughes living south
uf Marshall during the absence of tho
family yesterday attempted to climb
a ladder to the garrott and foil somo
distance to tho floor producing fatal
internal injuries. The family were
uway from home ut the time and slio
lay some hours whero she fell before
W C clime leased some land In tho
Osage reservation of an Indian named
lllack Dog Matters wont well for a
time and then trouble arose botween
them and tho Indian wanted the land
him gave It up and brought suit for
tho improvements ho bad put upou the
land. The caso was tried In tho dis-
trict court at Pawnee last week and
taken under advisement. This is the
Urat Black Dog caso that has been
tried in the courts of Oklahoma.
Member Usthrle Club.
All members of Outhrie club and
citizens generally are urgently request-
ed to bo present at the club's rooms at
10 o'clock a. m. today for the purpose
of taking stops to aid tho cyclone suf-
ferers at Chandler.
C. O. UoiiNKU Pres.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Gold Medal Midwinter Fair.
A Pwt Orspc Crcasa trf Tartar Fowfcr
40 YEARS THE STANDARD
enthusiastic and easily-verified testi-
monials in praise of Paine's celery
It Is foolish to take poor health
Dhllosonhlcallv" these snrlnir days.
Thore Is no reason why anyone should
sit hands In lap and submit to head-
aches poor appetite continual tired
fooling or constipation. If disheart-
ened Invalids will go right at getting
well by using Paine's celery compound
that person will be astonished and de
lighted with the quickness with which
this wonderful remedy Is able to call a
halt to wasting diseases diseases of
debility and a "run down" condition
Paine's colcry compound does won-
ders In making people well
Here Is what a woman an ambitious
ar.u hard-working member of the legal
profession In New York city says of
this great remedy.
820 4th Ave . Now York.
Whllo a student In the New York
university law school and under great
prussuro from work and study 1 was
advised to take Paine's celery com-
pound. I did so and Its beneficial
results to ono whoso nerves are under
the trial of sovero mental effort I am
only to ready to assert. After taking
three bottles I found that it produced
quietness of norves and Induced sleep
very beneficial to ray health. For
those troubled with insomnia i can
heartily recommend it as a harmless
inducer of Bloep on account of its quiet-
ing effect on the nerves
Yours ver truly
(Signed ) Florence 11. Dangerfleld
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Paino'a celery compound which
makes the weak strong has received
testimonials from thousands of people
who had almost despaired of ever
again being in perfect health.
WICHITA WANTS IN.
Thinks She Should Figure in a Cotton
Deal or Two.
Wichita llcacon : L. R Delaney the
agent of the Santa Fe railroad in this
city was agent for that road at Outh-
rie over since tho opening of the Okla-
homa country to settlement up to tho
time of his coming hero.
Tho settlors of this now country al-
ways become enthusiastic in regard to
its settlement and the railroad men
of course being citizens of the town
where thoy are located are affected
by the common zeal and local pride
A great many of the prominent men
in Oklahoma are acquainted with Mr.
Delaney and when thoy come to
Wichita they call to sec him and talk
over tho prospects.
Wichita people think about aB much
of Oklahoma as they do of Kansas and
it could not therefore bo expected
that Mr. Delaney would cease to sing
the praises of the beautiful country to
the south altor coming hero.
Mr. Delaney thinks Wichita ought
to erect a cotton factory and utilize
the splendid cotton now being ralsod
"Why" said Mr. Delaney. 'Vuthrio
alono shipped last year 12000 bales of
cotton which sold for an average of
S3 5 a bale aud that place will not ship
lets than 50000 bales this year."
Then ho told the reporter that a
large cotton mill was running in Den-
ver und that It Bhlpped Its cotton from
Oklahoma around by the nay of Texas
Dr. H T Towner of Nowkirk Is au-
thority for tlia statement that around
Newlclrk only ten miles below Arkan-
bus City there will be 3000 acres of
cot'on planted this year.
Dr. Southard of Perry when in
Wichita a few days ago said:
"Why In tho world don't you people
start a cotton seed oil factory here?
What Is tho use of our Bonding all our
cotton seed to Texas and thon come up
here to buy goods at wholesale?"
These Oklahoma enthusiasts are not
dreamers. There Is a good deal of
sense in their talk. Why could not
Wichita manufacture cotton cloth as
well as Denver and why not as well
as Texas manufacture oil from cotton
seed? These things are worth talking
over with our Oklahoma frlcodB.
Dr. Kliic'x Nntr Dlecuvery (or Coiuuuip
This In the best medicine in the
world for all forms of Coughs and
Colds for Consumption. Every bottle
Is guaranteed. It will cure and not
disappoint. It has no equal ior whoop-
ing cough asthma hay fever pneu-
monia bronchitis la grippe cold In
the head and for consumption. It Is
safo for uil ages pleasant to take and
above all a sure cure. It Is alwavB
well to take Dr King's New Life Plll
In connection with Dr. King's New
Discovery as they regulate and tone
tho stomaoh and bowels We guar-
antee perfect satisfaction or return
money Free trial bottles at C R.
Renfro' drug store. Pegular size 50
cents and $1 00
Alteutlim Sir Hulchl
All Knights Templar wl 1 attend a
special conclave of Outhrie Comroan-
dery No. 1 Wednesday evening March
31 and Thursday evening April l.
Work In Red Cross and Templar
degrees. B S Don.vki.i.v K 0.
A J. Coiiki.sk. Recorder
Tho Lecture to Ho Repeated Again
Owing to the exhaustion of the bat
tery the opportunity could not be
given last night for each person pres-
ent to see tho bones of his band. It is
believed also that many who desired
to do 6o did not attend the lecture.
The lecture will therefore be repeated
beginning at 7:3u tonight. Persons
who were present at last night's
lecture will be furnished tree tickets
to tho lecture tonight it they will call
upon F II. Thwiiig at the Hub UT
Oklahoma avenue before 5 o'clock to-
night. The tleurcscope will be exhib-
ited without fall.
All humors of the blood from the
small pimple to the dreadful scrofula
sore are cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla
which thoroughly purine vitalizes
and enriches the blood
Hood's pills euro nausea sick bead
ache indigestion biliousness. Alt
NEW FHA11MACT LAW
AddrcM tn Ilia DroKClM of Oklahoma
by Umiilit K II. Mill-.
To the Druggist of Oklahoma :
The now territorial pharmacy law
passed by the Fourth assembly fcconl-
ly adjourned Is ono of the best oo the
statute book of- any state or territory.
It make our hoard of pharmacy su-
premo with power to enforce the law
and punlah violators and placet at
their dlopoaal funds for the payment
of all expenses Incurred In prosecuting
It provides that In towns of less
than three hundred Inhabitants where
there Is no registered pharmacist the
board miy issue permits to such per-
sons as they may deem qualified -to
sell drugs and modiclnes under rules
and regulotlons thoy may adopt.
Section 1.1. If enforced will stop the
pcddllnk of medicines and the duping
of the people by street fakirs all over
our territory- aud I sincerely trust
every druggist will make It a point to
see that the law is strictly enforced.
If you know of anyone violating any
of the provisions of the law notify the
member of the board nearest to you
and it will be his duty to give It his
1 have published tho new law In
pamphlet form together with the re-
vised constitution and by-laws of the
Pharmacetlcal association a copy of
which I will mall to any one on receipt
of 2.1 cents in stamps.
I trust that every druggist In the
territory who can possibly do so will
attend the association meeting on
Wednesday and Thursday. April 7 and
8. and come nropared to take part In
the proceedings and help to make It a
success. Respectfully yours
F U. Lii.uk President.
Guthrie O T . March 29 1807
l of approaching trouble 3
is often given through a slight i
k hacking cough which If no glee-
r ted may lead to evils that a few j
drops of Orloff's Russian Grippe j
I Cough and Cold Cure would havo 2
I surley averted. You will bo do- 3
E'ightcd with its prompt action J
and its effects arc permanent j
It haB no equal. 4
From a l'liyaiclsii. 2
Otiawa Kan March 26 1897
It is not often that a physician i
will recommend a proprietary I
medicine but Orloff's Russian j
Orlppe Cough and Cold Cure is j
such nu exception that I will say 4
that I have used it for two yearn
with astonishing favorable re-
sults and no failure.
Du Isaiah Pilk.
too doni: Fiiit no iiknth.
I Sold by Soatonlan Drue Co.
llourat Denlera In tlnnrat llrineillce J.
Dr. Mayer will leave Uuthrio on or
about April 15tb tor his new location
Eighth and Olivo streets St. Louis
Mo. Those who wish to have tholr
eyes lit tod with proper glasses would
do well to call without further delay.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Dr. Mayor tho Hpocinlisl for
oyo our mono anil throat will
leovo Uuthrio on orahout. April
15 tli. Consult him at onco.
M. Horn &. Co. makes pants for 83.50
at Okla hotel 27tG
Flrat published In tho Dally Leader Mch
Notice for Publication.
Laud olllco at Uuthrio O T. March
Notlco Ik hereby given thai tho following-named
settlor has tiled notlco ot his
intention to make final uroof In suuuort
of tils claim and that nald prop will be
mano uoioro inn register una ri:eivor at
Quthrlo. O T. May 5. 1997 vu;
William llruiisi'omb for tho e qr sec
2?. tp 16 n r 3 w.
He name the following witnesses to
provo hU continuous residence upou and
cultivation of raid land viz:
John C. Nye William R. Swanson.
Miles T. Perry Peter Lancel all of
(070 A. N. J. Chook RoRlster.
The Difference in Shoes.
Some dealers will sell
Shoes which are very
near the style but not
quite so. They chai ge
as much for them as we
do for our shoes which
are absolutely in the
very latest style will
lit perfectly and wear
you longer than any
other shoes you have
We are perfectly sat-
isfied with the shoos 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.
jTh6 Welcome Grocery.
Most Torturing Disfiguring
Of Itching burtil.ur bleeding acaly skin
nod scalp humor li timl.intl.v relieved
by a warm bath with I'itk-oka Soir
a single application of Cinema (olnt-
ineiit) the great tktn cure and a full doso
of Coticcka Resolvent greatettof Wood
purillersaud humor eures.
RrMpniits speedily permanently and
eonm..nieally cure when ail else full
I' ttin DinuMi into rni- ' Pro) . tlixtoa.
M-"llowfcCur L?f Skill IM IK-"! Humor "In-.
PIMPLY FACES 'ftiftV"fi;ffi
800 S TO HE OPENED.
Thought That Wichita Opening Proc-
lamation is Ready.
Recent information from Washing-
ton Is that tho Wichita country owned
and occupied by the Kiowa Comanche
and Apache Indians will be opened
Tho gold and silver excitement in
tho Wichita mountains has drawn hun-
dreds on tho border of tho new coun-
try and tho opening 1b expected to be
of more note than any other opening
of tho Indian Territory lands
Tho allotting to the Indian famtlien
is progressing rapidly. Miners are
still prospecting in the mountain and
not a day passes without a conflict be
twecn prospectors and soldiers.
With the exception of one range of
mountains theso reservations are tho
Quest farming tn the Indian Territory
The allotting of the Wichita reser-
vation was begun yesterday by Agents
Coleman and Mills. The Indians ob-
ject to being allotted until they are
paid for the lands but the allotting
will be forced to completion.
Tn Mine Hold mid Hllvir
Navajok Ok. March 30. John Har-
ris who has been prospoctlng in the
Wichita mountains north of here has
ordered a steam engine and will put
In a small steam plant to work bis
find. lie says there Is both silver and
gold as well as copper In fairly pay-
ing quantities and he will begin oper-
ations on a permanent scale in a few
It surprised many visitors to the
Chicago World's Fair to find that ot all
blood-purifiers Ayor's Sarsaparllla
was the only one on exhibition. Tho
reason is that Ayer's Sarsaparllla Is a
Btandard remedy and not a patent
medicine or secret nostrum.
OH ! MY TEETH I
Best Teeth and ltsnt Rubber on Earth
Kvervthln c-u.rant1 tr. Im. aiirfl At-t
class and warranted
S6.00 PER SET.
(Klttjpr uppr or lower
Gold OIlinKs It ou ana up. Sliver Ulold aad
PUllna Alloy) Cement and Qutta Ferc&a
oiling 50 centi and up. Extracting 5 cents.
Ilrldge work at correspondlnnly low prices.
As appears above we warrant (with a war.
rant that la worth Just wbat It says tco.) all
our work to be strictly nrst-class. Wc do
not uie cheap Job teeth but the very best
that are made In the United States (and that
mean in the world) as well as the very best
rubber and Rive you exactly the Barae thing
for M.0U that we charged llRoo lor a couple
of years sro. We have been practicing
dentistry for more than IT years and have
received our education In the best colleges
In the land and from the best teachers have
all the modern methods and appliances
(some of which are not In any other omre tn
the Territory) and will do you better wot.
for less money and give better satisfaction
than any other oftlcs In Oklahoma.
Southwell enr Oklahoma Ate and Mrnt 8
BATTLE WON BY THE INSURGENTS.
General Gomex leads In person aad
rents the Spanish Eight hundred Spam-
Ish killed and 1000 wounded. The great
victory li attributed to lbs (act thst the
Insurgents have discovered that Dr Saw-
yar's Family Cure gives bow life asMl
strength and purifies the blood.
HI. A. SSAIirltUk
For four yeiri I was a great sufferer
from female complaints in their worst
form. I wat given up by tome of the best
physicians as incurable I cannot say too
much In praise of your Pastilles It Is m
wonderful remedy for all diseases peculiar
o wo mac. Any one wishing to correspond
with me caa do so by sending 2c lUmp.
Allen Hillsdale Co. Mich.
A written (vsrintee ta cure ot monii rtfundtd
with iTerr box at Pattlllei. Prlo tl.00 pr box.
Dr. 3wytr's Pamlly Cure caret til dluatet
I the itoroich. liver kldnevi ind parl6i tb
blood A written futrantee to cute or money re-
funded with every dollar bottle ot FimUr Cur
frieet II 00 Mo. end -Jbc
Fir sale by C R Uenfrn.
3M : i
r. ViaiaB 4 J.
Saturday April 3 8.30 a. m.
Yourself and lady are cordially invited to at-
tend the opening of our
Grand Easter Sale.
For full program watch
event of the season.
I Will Leave Guthrie
On or About
i IGNATZ MAYER M. D. 1
DISEASES AND SURGERY
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SPECTACLES AND EYE
TO SUIT ALL
CONSULT HIM AT ONCE AND SAVE
Money and Danger.
Oppick 124 Oklahoma
Flist puHlshed In the Outhrie Dally
Leado. March 10 1S97.
Notico for Publication.
Land odlco at Outhrie. O. T. March
Notlco Is hereby given that tho follow-
named settler has tiled notlco of his In-
tention to make final proof In stiuport of
his claim and that said proof will be
tnadu before tho register and receiver U.
S. land office at Outhrie O. T. on May
3 18'J7 vlr.
.lames K. Carlln for the n w qr of sec
20 tp 15 r 3 w.
He numes tho following wltiicos to
prove his continuous rosldonco upon and
cultivation of said laud viz:
Evert B Craig Charleall Cook. Warren
ECralg William M. Taylor of (luthrlo
4 A. N. J. CltoOK. Register.
L. C. Moore
tiZl he Leader." The
DEFECTS OF SIGHT
'L V-J Z
Ave. near First Street
) (. $
First published In tho Outhrie Dally
Leuder March 101897.
Notlco for Publication.
Land ollico at Uuthrio O. T. March
Notlco is hereby given that tho follow -named
settler has tiled notlcoof her In-
tention to make final proof In upport of
her claim and that said proof will ho
mado do fore the register and receiver ut
Uuthrio. O. T. on April 28 1897. viz:
Amy 11 Mears. for lots 8 nnd 9 sec
and lots 2 and X and s w jr of n o qr of
sec 7 In tp 17 n of r 1 o.
She. names tho foil wine witnesses to
provo her continuous residence upon mid
cultivation of. said hunt viz:
James M Gibson. Thomas J. Lewis
James 1' Martin Oliver Moars of Lang-
ston. O. T.
4(B7 A. N. J. Chook Keglsto-.
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