The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 110, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 11, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
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GREEKS IHD TURKS HI.
Yon will flnrt one coupon Inatda each 2 ounce tng and two coupons Inilde rcb A ounce bug.
llujr a bag read ttie coupon and see uonr Ui cct your tnara of f Ja0.wM tn pmrnla.
LOOKS LIKE THEfWAR IS ON
Koine Iloubt n In Whether by Troop
or Only liiititlllo riRlttfnjc Contln
ueil All' l)f Willi Joiuo I.oil
of Life Sltnntluu Conll-
ered Vorjr CJio Turk
Hently to Mute.
Railroad Time Table.
Atchison Topeka 3t HhiiIu Ke
N0UT1I EAST' AND WEST
4:68 p. m.
5:08 p m
7.00 a. m
Arrive i Arrive
& 60 p m. 9 43a. m
8.60 a. m lio 30p.m
Bornn southeast and sodthwkst.
12:35 p. m.
11:45 p m
r.':sa p ra
12:16 p m
11:08 p. m.
9:16 n inU:2Sa.m
8 10 a. m.9:80p.m.
A J. Corklns Agent.
ObocUw Oklnhonm & Unit It. It. Co
Leave Oklahoma City . 8:40 am
Arrive South McAleatcr . 1 :30 pra
Arrha Fort Smith . . . 15:66 pm
Arrive St. Louis . 7:S8 pm
Leave Oklahoma City forwent .. 8:am
Leave Oklahoma City for west 3:60 pin
Make close connections at Kl Heno for
points on the Rock Island north ana south.
.1 I' HOLUBN Traffic Manager
South MaAlwtcr I. T
O. M. M ELLSWOKTH
Agent Oklahoma City
NAOMI Kebekab Lodge No. S. t. O. O. F.
meets every Thursday evening at 7:30
in Odd Fellows hall In the Weinberger build-
'ngr Visitors welcome
FLORA COOPER N O
I1ATTIE CAMERON. Sc'v
.-vUTHRlE Camp No. l. Woodmen of the
V.3I World meets every Monday niuht In the
v of l hall Visiting Woodmen are wel-
.me. J. II. TOWERS Clerk
LEO VINCENT. Con. Com
OUTHRIE LODQK NO. 2
A F. A A M Regular meet-
ing thlid Tuesday evening
in eacn uimuu ai sociock.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
U F. ARDERY. Sec.
E. S. DONNELLY W. M.
r UTUR1E Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. meets
VJ Thursday evenings of each week at 7:30
li. Victor block corner First and Harrison.
V siting Workmen always welcome.
P. P. OATCHELL M. W.
' O. FINCH Recorder.
ts OTURIE Lodge No. 2 K. ot P. meets
3 every Wednesday at 7:30 In their hall
i. .He Victor block corner First and llarrl-
iou. Visiting knights are always welcome
LESLIE Q. NldLACK. O. O.
J roUCART M. ot F. and K. of R. S
BATTLE WON BY THE INSURGENTS.
General Gomet laadi in person and
ror-li tbs Spanish Eight hundred Span.
lir killed and 1000 wounded. The great
victory li attributed to the act that tbs
Ini.'-genti have discovered that Dr. Saw
yer'i Family Curs gives new lit sad
trengtb and purifies tbs blood.
Mrs J Card my wife was afflicted
(oar y.ars witb tba rheumatism. Shs
tried many fine physicians without help.
She nsed Dr. Sawyer! Family Cure
which cured ber and to-day she is entire-
ly well. I cannot recommend Family
Curs too blgbly (or all diseani o( ths
ttomacb liver and kidneys.
Llttls Rock Ark.
A written guarantee to cure or money
refunded with every dollar bottle. Price
$1.00 tOo. and 25c.
A written guarantee to curs or money
refunded with every box of Dr. Sawyer's"
Pastilles which cures all diseases psca-
liar to women Fries $1.00 par boi.
For sale by 0. II. Ron fro.
R M Meets every
ry Tuesday night in k
I x l v. nan. visiting cnieis always wei-
f.i. W. E. II. SEAECEY Jr.
M.U. CHERRY Chief of Records.
UTHRIE T.odge No. 8 I. O. O..F. meets
Monday nigni oi eacn weeK at r.w. vis-
ttinar Odd Fellows alwavs welcome.
S. R. HATES N. O.
Q W. 11HUCE Sec'v lock box 17.
-MCLAHOMA Kncamument No. 1. LO.O.F
J meets every Tuesday evening In Odd
fellows can at t:
E. F. MCRTEN. Scribe.
J J 1 UI-liU I IUllillh au J
7:30. All visiting patriarchs
PRANK THOMPSON a I'.
MUTUAL HENKFIT TO LADIES. We
ft riush employjient procure help; buy
se. I or exchange fancy articles novelty
coous periodical etc.
WOMEN'S INFORMATION 11UREAU.
Room SO Lyon Hlock
Cor Harrison and Division.
LoxDo.f April 10 The eofraflvorni-
ent of the Times at Urovenn Buys that
nt R o'olook yesterday morning 1.800
Ctrcok bnmliU oiussel the frontier bo-
ttveon Metsoro ami Diakatn vhoro
they eucounterexl the Ttirklah troops.
The fighting? Inslert through the tltiy
with some los of Hfe aud a number of
A disptttoh reeolved nt the Turkieh
headquarters here from Qrwetia at 4
p. in. Boys that the llffhtlntr between
the Greeks mill Turks cohUiiubs. The
Turks following tho hmtrdotlbtis of
Kdhem l'uslin. hare surrounded tho
Greek irregulars and a grenter jmrt of
the Turkish division stationed atOro-
voua under llakkl I'ashb Is now nd-
Tauoinp;. It is Impossible to distinguish
whdhor tho invaders are supported by
any substantial portion of tho Greek
regular army as tho Greek have takon
up a position In the middle of a forest.
Hut tho correspondent Is Informed that
the moment tho Turkish olllcers nscer-
tnlu tho presence of the uniforms of
the Greek regulars in the ranks of tho
aggressors Kdhom Pasha will order
the advance of tho entire Turkish
army. The sltuntlon is most serious.
Tho Athens' correspondent of tho
Times says it is reported that tho In-
vaders consisted of 8600 carefully
picked u-n who had been equipped by
the Kthnlke Metnlrlu.
The Dally Tolegmph publlshos a
dispatch from Its war correspondent at
Klussonu confirming the reported in-
vasion of Albania between Groroun
Ki.assona Macedonia April 10.
Hands of Greek brigands entered Tur-
key at Kranla and the Turkish troops
hare been cnguged with tliein since 6
o'clock this morning. At tho Turkish
headquarters this Is looked upon as
being of the gravest description In
view of the excitement hore.
Kdhem Pasha has sent orders to
have everything In readiness for the
advance of the Turkish army In force.
It Is not known whether Greek troops
nrc among the lmhds that have en-
tered Turkish territory.
bee Smith the bill distributor.
Uo to Mrs. Newton b for u good meal
tt tho Van Voorboos old stand corner
of Oklahoma avonuoand Second street.
Have your eyes exaralnod and spec-
iijle&. fitted ot very reduced rates be
fo.-e Dr. Mayer loavos tho city.
lfor Rent Furnished rooms; heated
with hot ulr also use of bath room In
connection. 401 Cleveland uve. lOtf
Organ -a fine sample a bargain.
t. A. Heat & Co Second street post-otlU-.o
Dr. Mayer tho speoiulkt isr oye ear
nus- and throat will leave Guthrio on
or about April loth. Consult him at
Ui t your sewing machine repaired
ano warranted by C. A. Host & Co 110
Sou b Second 6truot postolllce build-
ing. i can yet got tho bonollt
lor special treatment ol tho
eye eur iioso and throat it' yon
wilt consult Dr. .Mayor at once.
Di lgnatz Mayer tbo spoeiallts
leav. i Guthrie on or about April lbth.
Cult n him at onco otllao over Hush
Fo trade A three-room house for a
Biuui tract of land near Guthrie. Ad-
dreh "X" care Loader. 19tf
)r 3Iayor tho siiocialist for
eye ear noso and throat will
Jeow Uuthrlo on or about April
1511i. Consult liiia at onco.
Via ted Five thousands bushels of
tornu 'Ob. delivered to Salmon Can
ning ' ictory Guthrie O. T. during
tbeo mlug season Farmers wishing
to m- e coutructs address uus Oarson
cure N x ilalseli & Co. Gutbrle O. T.
CynuU I)r. Jlayor at once an
ho 11 lenvo Outhrie on or
Mbom April 15.
Sew i machines sold rented sad
repair i. L fine quality ot oil given
away iir week. J. &. Past V Co.
postofl e bulldlnp Second street.
Fift' lollrrs a wee' erslly made.
Aent- vr.nteu in every losallty for
ilon V J. Hryon'a great and only
book 'The Flrat Untile." The best
seller r ir produced Agents are tak-
ing as any as 300 o ders per week.
Bewnr- of fraudulaot imitations.
Send f .r outfit and begin work at
once W 11 Con key Company Pub-
llHn Yon Visited Tx7
It Is the hlL'Rost state In tho union
It has u productive soli and delightful
climate. There Is sumo unoccupied land
Tlio region along tho Gulf shore near
ualvoBton and Houston Is particularly
uttracttve. A comfortablo Incoino Is
thure assurod tlioso who Intolllgently
oultlvato small fruits or rnlso "garden
Y .11 may learn somothlng new about
tho Texas Coast Country by addressing
w. j. iiiacK u. r. j. a. t. & s. t uy.
Topoka Kansas orC. A. HlK(?ln9 A G
P. A. Chicago. Freo descriptive liter
ature furnished. Inqulro of noarost
agent r gardlng excursion ratos.
Dr. Mayor will leave Gi.lhrlo
on or about April 15th for his
new location Eighth and Olivo
streets St. Louis Ho. Those
who uish lo have their eyes
llttcd with proper glasses would
do well to call -without i'urthor
do I ay.
For War in Cuba by Senor Quesada
Cuban representative at Washington.
Bndorsed by Cuban patriots In tre-
mendous demand A bonanza for
agents. Only SI SO. Hig book big
commissions. Kvervhocy wants tho
only endorsed reliable bootr. Outfits
freo. Credit glvon. Freight paid
Drop all trash and make $300 a month
with War in Cuba Address today
The National Hook Concern 352-356
Poarborn si . Chhaipn
Dr. lgnatz Mayer tho special-
ist leaves Uuthrlo on or about
April 15:h. Call on him at
onco olllco over Rush store.
ROYAL Baking Powder
bus been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
It's a Comfortable Line
Journeys long or short comfort-
ably made provided your tickets road
over Santa Fe Koute.
The Urnuilest ltemcdy.
Mr. R. V. Groove merchant of Chll-
howie Vo. certifies that he bud con-
sumption was given up to die sought
all medical treatment that money
procure tried all cough remedies he
could hoar of j but jot-rib relief; spent
many nights sitting up in a chair was
Induced to try Dr. King's New DIs
covery and was cured by tho uso of
two bottlos. For past years has been
attending to buslnuss and says Dr.
King's New Discovery is tho crandcht
romedy ever made as it has done so
much for him uud ulso for others In
his community. Dr. King's New Dis-
covery Is guaranteed for Coughs
Colds and Consumption It don't fail.
Trial bottlos freo at C. tt. Konfro's
All tho Now Styles in lints at
Several faithful in on or women to
travel for responsible established
houso In Oklahoma. Salary 8780 pay-
able S15 woekly and expensos. Posi-
tion permanont. Reference Enclosed
self-addressed stamped onvelopo. The
National Star llutldlng Chicago.
All the now things in soft aud
still' shirts at Cohen's.
Good tureo room houbo on corner
.ot good stable storm cavo all fenced
close In for sale cheap. Part cash and
balance on monthly Installments; also
one good lot on North First atreot.
Address "H" core Loader. lltf.
Strayed One bay horse with halter
on ; branded on left shoulder and hip
with X; right hind foot white; Bm&U
star on forehead ; harness marks A
liberal reward to any one that will
give me any clue as to whore said
horee mov be found. J. W. Vicory
Guthrie O T. Iw3
Vou can save a good deal by
having jopr eyes examined and
proper glasses fitted This is
your last opportunity aud you
should avail yourself or it. Call
on Dr. Mayor before ho leaves
A fresh Jersey oow. Enquire at
LKADtm ofilee or J. L. Stine's three
miles northwest. 3 27134
No Kxcuae for UiiIdk lluaery.
Regular satisfying aud seasonable
meals at eating houses for passonsers
tiekotod via Santa Fo Route.
For good eboap household
call at 515 North Second 6treet.
isber. Jl Dearborn street Chicago 'Tepeka Ka
Foil Tkade. Four good lots in Ohio
manufacturing cltv of 15000 for small
tract of laud within a mile of Guthrie.
Add mas "Good Chance" Leader office.
That Kustern Trip
t'olngeast take tho Santa F
far as Chleazo.
Most dlreot line from the Southwest
gensrully and thirty niiles the shortest
between Missouri river an i Chicago
which Insures quick time and 8 uve con-
nections. Track Is straight tnd ock-
ballasted with very few crossings vs
Vestlbuled limited expresses with latest
pattern Pullmans and freo chair cars.
Meals In dining cars served a la carte.
1UUUUD U UCttl Dflt UMVMS ui BUUIia. lit
J. Ilfack. O. P. A A. T. & S. F. Ry
"TLJC: PI IOU"
Only makes us more active in getting what the people want and in selling our goods
so low that COMPETITION CANNOT STAND IT I
In order to fully realize the extent of our grand preparations for the spring and
summer trade. You most visit our store and see for yourselves.
A RESOLUTION OF VERY GREAT IMPORTANCE!
Has taken place to prudent buyers. Our counters and shelves are filled with stacks
of springs brightest productions. Every department radiantly reflects the iopouring
tide of style beauty and dependability
Are ruling everywhere. It's price and quality that tells the tale and
it is with these we intend to p ck our house. We are going to sell
the goods. Spend a few niomt nts in reading the following prices:
To many the most facinating spot in our store 1b the
Wash Dress Goods Section.
The diversities of effect design coloriug weave nud
and linish will surprise and satisfy. First-class quali-
ties at low cost are the business bringers to this store.
The grand display wnl consist of Dentellc IStanfine
Grenadine Brode Tissue Brode Lappet Mulls French
Organdies Lattice Mulls Manhattan Organdies and
all the Novelties in Homespun Linens Dimities Sat-
teens. This will be your opportunity to select the choice
styles for 1897.
Have your oyas examined and
spectacles llttcd at vory reduced
ratos before Dr. jlayer leaves
lly tho way Charlie 11. L.
Cohen tho TaiIorr is making
sonio nice fitting Milts. Ho
made mo miao and it Ills per-
New styles of buggies phaetons sur
reyi traps and carts just received at
M. Collar's South Second street. Call
and see bis goods. M Coi.lah
Dr. Mayer will leave Uut'irte on or
about April 1th lor his new location
High th and Olive streets SU Louis
Mn Those who wish to have their
eyes Qttsvl with proper glasses would
do wall to oall without further delay.
Wild Ito.o Herd of Jersey Uatlle.
(A. J. C C.) rit Lambert and Co-
mssa families represented. Young
Btoak tor sale. Call and examine or
address li F. Wood worth Downs
Okl ah om a . a 14m3
1'iijmler Low-1'rlct) IJIIfornl Kirnrslon
The Santa l's Route dally excursions
to California in Tourist eleuplni ears are
deservedly iopu ar. The fr vice pies o
overybody who tries It. Carsare of new-
er ii&uer.i itm! very erufortabH .ia. 'ng
all neeessary eoave ilem- s.
'lh-se .-xoirslt.. ar - a.ronli. I
many of the best poop"- nt tie tictet
rates are low.
The Santa Fs's California line is re-
markably ploiureique Its middle coarse
across tbe continent avoids extreme boat
For descriptive literature address W. J.
Black 5. P A. A.T.&S. F. Ry To-
pka Kas. or C. A. Ulglna. A. 0- P- A.
Grand Display of Novelty Silks.
In this line we surpass all former efforts 500 yds. oi
beautiful Kl Kl Silks at 2flc a yd; 50 beautiful China
Silk Waist Patterns (D yds.) all different designs 50c a
yd. or $2 50 a pattern.
Ladies' Separate Skirts
In endless varieties in Brocaded Mohair Scotch Mix-
' turesand Brocaded Silk from $2. 50 to $12.50 All the
latest novelties In Ladies' Shirt Waist 4flc 59c 75c and
98c. We are sole agents for the famous CZARINA KID
GLOVES every pair warranted all the New Shades
Ox-blood Pearl Green Tans Modes Drabs etc. We
have the most complete line of
We have the most complete line of
Laces. Embroideries and Trimmings
Ever shown in the city.
OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Was never so complete 100 dozen Misues' Heavy Ribbed Fa-.t
Black Hose 5J to 8J. A rare bargain at 5c a pair. Ladies
Full Seamless Fast Black Hoe good weight; three
pairs for 25c.
Clothing Furnishing Goods and Hats
We are showing all the new things in Men's Clothing
consisting of all the new Scotch Mixtures Fancy Cafi
simeres. Black Worsteds. A good suit from 92. 18 to ?15
Men's Colored Laundried Shirts 18c 50c and 00c. All
the Latest Styles in Hats 26c to &1.00.
Our Shoe Department is a marvel. All the Latest
Novelties in Tans Chocolate Ox-blood and Black in
Men's Women's and Children's sites at remarkable low
Mattings Curtains Etc.
On our second floor we are showing a beautiful line
of these goods. During our Grand Spring Opening Salt
we will sell all our Double Extra Super two Ply nil
Wool Carpet; former price 75c at 60c a yd. and lower
grades reduced in proportion. 76 Rolls Straw Mattinj
at 10c 12c 15c 20c 25c 80c aud 85c a yd. Full Line ot
Lace Curtains all new 18U7 Patterns 40c 50c. 75c tfl t'u
Felt Window Shades
Good Oloth Window
and up to 15.00 a pair. Good
Spring Holler complete 124c.
Shades 35c 10c and 50c.
The Eeliable Outfitters of the Territory.
"WIT". "OF. GOL.EIMAW
fe Boast of
We Offer Never More Woithy
We Give BaFgain
That have no precedent. Listen to the facts all you economically inclined"people.
It's because we sell the greatest value that we sell the greatest quantity; and it
because we buy in large quantities that we
glance over our stock and see if we do not
c m undersell all other stores.
is it that we are the leading exponent
our assortments are bigger and -fresher.
On every item. Why
Prices are Lower. Because we protect our patrons by the guarantee: "The Best
for the Least Money."
U ft"9 1-WW1
ilhK&Xr Intti KOttfi
Oklahoma Ave. and First Street.
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