The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 110, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 11, 1897 Page: 4 of 4

This newspaper is part of the collection entitled: Oklahoma Digital Newspaper Program and was provided to The Gateway to Oklahoma History by the Oklahoma Historical Society.

View a full description of this newspaper.

INSTJBB YOTTB PROPERTY AGAINST. TORNADOES AND CYCLONES WITHW. M. BRONSON.
V
CITY IN BRIEF.
rtrnQDftt folnti nl Mattn Trnplrln
Id and About the OUT
Do not fall to attend the KarnlTaL
Mrs. M. BTfalley. of Perry. waa at
the Royal jcatcrday.
Charlie Hunter in here from Bold oo
achool land buglnens
Senator Henry .lohnston ffii down
from Perry yesterday.
CHURCHES.
J E. Ktng'n noiiio on Bast Harrison
was robbed ot 830 Thursday night
B L. Uyern ot Wlnfleld Is vlsltlot?
Ms daughter. Mrs. It O. Copeland
Frank HbmoU has resigned as a
member of the paid fire department.
-
Uuthrle's subscription to the Ohanil
ler relief donation amounts to S271.07
Th9 coaiumes for the Karnlval
Srew promUe to bo artistic and ele
ganl
Q. V Uoamer U eantasslng the ter
rltory He .b dead stuck on being ad-
jutant general
Jacob SchlUlnfusi Is starting a skunk
farm near Earlboro. Ho wants the
actuals for hide and oil.
M. C. Hart of Seward has oao to
Washington to ask Mclvlnley for the
job of United States attorney
U E. lUUingsley yesterday recolved
a draft for 3180.07 from Pawnee citi
zens he also received 885 from t'urceu.
C C. Hi .land's after W. S. Smith.
He has filca -didavtis in the land ofllce
charging Smith with subornation of
perjury.
The 4-year-old daughter of Mr and
Mrs Wood near McLoud was crimi-
nally assaulted yesterday by her 18
year-old nncle.
All the leading buslnoMs nouses will
be represented at the Karnlval by the
prettiest and most attractlre young
1 mils? in the city.
V W Wallace's school closed Wed-
nesday April 7 with interesting oxer-
iscs The puplU performed tholr
work exceedingly well.
The Wiohita Beacon has received a
warm 'otter from the people of Chand-
ler thanking Wichita people for a do-
nation of 8701.38 to the Chandler re-
lief fund
Adjutant-General Jamison says Col.
Pearson of Fort Reno is deserving of
warm praise for his prompt action in
supplying touts to the Chandler oy-
clone sufferers
At the frco homes convention at
Enid yesterday eight counties were
represented. James Kirkwood of
Pawnee was elocted president' and F.
M Athey of Kay county secrotary.
A man who nevur reads the papers
except when ho can borrow them read
an ad headed "How to Make Pants
Last " He Bent SO cents and received
the reply "make tho coat and vcBt
first "
Klldaro Journal: Mrs Doal of Guth-
rie mother of T. M. Deal of the Fos-
ter Lumber company was hero on a
visit this wcok onrouto for Colorado
Springs where tho family will make
their futuro home.
The ladies of tho llaptist church will
have an Easter market on Saturday
April 17 at D. II Goode'H grocery cor-
ner Firat and Harrison at which thoy
will have all kinds of cooked food
suitable for Sunday dinner.
The silver cup to be presented to the
prettiest and most artistic costume at
the ladles' Karnlval to bo given by tho
ladies ot tho M E church South
Monday and Tuesday evenings is pre-
sented by Charlie White the jewolur
and Wallace A. Mueller. It Is on exhi-
bition in his window now
Regular divine services will be held
at tho West Side Congregational
church today at 11 a m. and 8pm
Morning subject "A Plea for tho
Bible 8ehool ' At 8 p m Rev. John
Moorhead will deliver a leo'uro; sub-
ject "Prison Life." Young rople ai-o
especially Invited T. W. SpanBwlek
pastor
Presbyterian church corner of Di-
vision and Noble Rev A. J. McGlill-
vray pastor. Morning scrvlco at 11
n'olruiV: nvnnlnp. at 8 o'clock. Sabbath
l.i.i . Q.m m filirlslSun En
deavor at 7 p. m. All are made wel-
come at these services
Sunday services at Plymouth Con-
gregational church as follows: Sunday
school 10 a ra. church service. 11 a.
m.rsubj'ct "God's Plan of Salvation "
Y. P. S C K. 0:45 p. m.j evening ser-
vice 8 p. m. Subject "Esther's Cour-
age " All are Invited to worship with
us -Wm. L. Dibble Pastor.
Christian church. Sunday school 'J. 45
. m. Y P. S O. E 0:45.
p. ui prcaouing n a. in. auujeci
"Our Nation and Its Relation to the
Nations of the Earth.'
At the First M. E. church morning
sorvlce "Fortified Power."
Merchant' Knrulval
At McKcnnou opera house Monday
evening April 13.
l'foiitm
Opening. Monlc First Ilegtinent Hand
t)rin l.lttleUlrls
Vocal Soli. MIm Katy I'otta
PlKBrr-s" Drill RSYorniR Ijulles
Solo Dine ItellN of Scotland
Uiuson Felder. .
limitation Mlw Julia Tarlton
Solo M0e?; Uray
Clarionet Solo ... . Pedro Itomero
tlrand Ilrill Music hy tlie Hand
FlUy-elght Yohur Ladle
Tableaux.
free Ltrturr on Prison Mfi.
Rov. John Moorohouse ex-shap'ain
of the Lansing (Kan.) penitentiary iB
In tho city to see Gov. Renfrow Rev.
Moorohouse has been prevailed upon
to lecture while in the city and ban
consented On Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the llrooks building (old
legislative hall) Mr. Moorohouse will
deliver a lecture on "Prison Life."
Tho admission will be froo and every-
body is Invited. Ho will tell about all
the noted outlaws including Torrlll
now confined at Lanolng. His lecttiro
promises to bo a treat.
Orville Smith Ib very ill with pneumonia
ITCHING
SKIN
DISEASES
rtartnc dt9g.
. i v i ind ictlp
BMIDT Ct r TMATXI1T f .r
nrlnir. Itchinir. bnroinff auJ .
"w . ... ..-V .. .. . .-
dlieairi iiaiottornair n 'nmin
-cell BuAr. gentle epmlca' it ..f t tTrt!4
lalntmtDtj tail full dort of I ti. i hi IUiol-
TiNT.gtenttit m blooJ purllkr tua tiaraor caret
A new bicycle for sale very cheap
Can accommodate either a gentleman
or lady For particulars address Lock
box 310. Guthrie 9tf
Dr. Mayer's office trill In at
St. Louis. Do not Tail to con-
salt him before his tleparturo
from Guthrie.
For first-class paper banging call on
L. Chrlson 111 north Firat street
luticura
i I. wild itirmirli .lit Iht (irli
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
I. wild ttiratirli .lit Iht world
mrnftcniw i"tr wirr!. nn.H.n
roTtti
fi
How U Cntr IMhlnt Hln DiM.M..
Soflrntd tnd UttutlBtd
by uvricrtt i"or
RED ROUGH HANDS
I
Secretary Lowe has issued charters
as follows. Watorloo Creamery com
pany capital stock 81 200; directors
L. N. Tyler Edmond H. W. Jeffries
Seward; S. J. Jactson Waterloo N-
G. Herahcy. Donegal Kac and R E.
Uershey Oklahoma City. Hlackwoll
board of trade capital ntock. 87500;
directors Charles Day J. M. Pickott
It. M. Andorson T S. Chambers L S.
Skolton. J L. Walto E L Pcckham
J. L Lair Joseph Cuddy Edward
Vilott and A. G. West all of Kay
county. The American Vondlug and
Trust company of Ilaltlraore Mil.
John J. S Hasalor of Enid agent.
for H1e.
Lots 7 8 and In block 3d Capital
Hill fenced outhouscfi etc. fruit
tress. Also lots 13 and 14 block 89
Capltvl Hill. For Bale cheap.
10t30 Mbh Jacoh COllllKTT.
P
fciS';Sf
OH ! MY TEETH !
Bett Teeth and Ustt Rubber on Earth
Everything guaranteed to be strictly nrst
clan and warranted
S6.00 PER SET.
(Either urmrr or lower
Gold ntllnRi ll oo and ur. Sliver (Uold and
Platlna Alloy) Cement and Uutta Percna
tilling W cenls and up. Extracting 85 cents.
UrlJKework at corretnnnillnirW m nrim
As anpeats aboTe. we warrant (vlth a war-
rant that Is worth just what It Bays too) all
our work to be s -lctly nrst-cla. We do
not use cheap Job teeth but the very bett
that are made fir the United States (and that
means In the world) as well as the very beat
rubber and give you exactly the same thing
for M.00 that we charged lls.uo for a couple
of years ago Wo have been practicing
dentistry for more than IT years and have
received our education In the bent colleges
In the land and from the best teachers have
all the modern method and appliance
(nume of which are not In any other office In
the Territory) and will do you better work
for less money and give better satisfaction
than any other omce In Oklahoma.
DR. PEOPLES.
THE HENTIST.
Soutnwest cor Oklahoma Ave tnd First H
tiUTHRIK OKLAHOMA
444to -tt.K.AMHkA - v"m6
:
1
!i Will Leave Guthrie
!
i
i
.
Something new! Photos six for 25
cents. Call and see samples at Swear-
lngcn's. ll ot
Rector Nicholas of tho Episcopal
church will Inaugurate n religious ln-
ovation next week. At the Oswego
block opposlto tho Leader ofllce ho
will observe "passion week" by hold-
ing 15-ininuto sermons at noon during
each day of tho wcok. These Borviccs
aro for tho benefit of business men and
all are invited to attend. 10t3
Twice within tho past three days
have attempts been made to burn the
Hotel Arapahoe tho leading hotel of
this placo by putting bundles of
clothes saturated with oil under paiU
of tho building and sotting fire to them.
Had cither attempt succeeded the en-
li.'o business section of tho town would
have been endangered Arapahoe
Hoe
Tho Santa Fo "onnualB" will In fu-
ture bo countersigned by 11 T Lowie.
W. It. Janson ho of the big signature
has gone to Chicago.
The Scottish Rlto Masons are mak-
ing elaborate preparations for tholr
annual teaBt on next Wednesday night.
It vrm bo hold at too Royal. Promi-
nent Scottish Rlto Masons from a dis-
tance will be prcHent.
Acting Oovornor Lowo yesterday
grained pardons to James Fuller and
Charles Hourland. Thoy Were sen
tencod from Cleveland county for jail
breaking. Their pardons n ore grant-
ed through tho efforts of He. Moore-
bead late chaplain of tho Kanbas state
prison
A Washington special says: J. L.
Hrldgos of Uuthrie Ib hero to puBhhls
candidacy for tho chief justiceship of
Oklahoma. Ex Governor A. J. Scay
of Kingfisher who is an applicant for
tho same appointment is expected
here tonight. It is understood that he
has tho backing of Karnes' combina-
tion. Alva Pioneer: Last week county At-
torney Dunn filed complaint against
the WellB Fargo Express company for
shipping five doer from Wanoka con-
trary to law which provides a penalty
of 800 for each offeube half to go to
tho Informer. Tho company's attor-
ney appeared and plead guilty to ono
charge and the otherH woro dismissed.
Wo have heard that Agent Hpaulding
at Wyanoka must nay tho fine or lose
his job. If so it will be quite a haid-
ship on him.
If She Talks
I Two Hours
b sho could not have
made hor statement
inoro emphatic than
r she has done In tho following let-
tor OrlolT's Russtau Grlppo
? Cough and Cold Cure has brought
joy to muny a mother's heart
happiness to thousands of liouse-
l holds. Why I
b neonate It Cure
t
Spring
Humors
Mkdicini: Lodok Ivan. April 3 '07
My little hoy 5 ears old was
suffering with a terrible cold and
finally lost his spco h ontlroly. 1
was afraid wo were going to loso
nlin. for all medical skill scorned
Inelllclont. A friend Sadvlsod
OrlolT's Russian Grlppo Cure and
In two weoks ho boiran to talk
again and Is now perfectly well
thanks to the wonderful remedy.
Mas Ida M. Cuiitis
10O DOHKS FOIl BO CKNTH. j
Sold by Sontonlan Drus Co. 4
Lrnrilo. l)tiiKlti I.eiul all tlm c
i r'"' 2
THE EASTER BREAKFAST
will be incomplete with
out nicely Ocooked pota-
toes. Good potatoes are
the only Hind we sell. For the
EASTER DINNER you will
want many delicacies which may
be bought from us. All the im-
ported canned goods such as
mushrooms petit pois ami
tr oufnes are always found here.
We can always supply you with
line cheeses such as white
Clover Franklin McVeagh's
premium goods; also Wiscon-
sin's full cream. And do not
fail to have a cup of Chase and
Sanborn's coffee to complete a
delicious Easter breakfast.
All for sale at
The Welcome Grocery.
On or About April 15th.
IGNATZ MAYER M. D.
FOR ALL
DISEASES AND SURGERY
OF THE- -
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
t
SPECTACLES UNO EYE GLASSES
Sclontlfflcnlly Adjimtod
TO SUIT ALL DEFECTS OF SIGHT.
EASIER SUNDAY
Will to in bo hero with Its tfala attire
and then it la possible that you will
forget a very important itom yot.r
tcoth. With new clothes yon can pes-
sc a now appearance for there U
nothing that changes the faco so much
as tho transformation from poor look-
ing to handsome teeth I understand
your needs perfectly.
G. A. HUGHES D. D.S
The Leading Dentist.
Over llanlc Indian Territory.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good 3Ex'xx3.sse.
The privileges I offer makes my money the easiest and cheapest
in the territory. Call on
J. STUART MKAY
10o SOUTH KIKST ST.
UUTHRIE 0. T.
CONSULT HIM AT ONCE AND SAVE
Money and Danger.
WMWtH-WWH-'r4
I REDUCED RATES
8-
H4H4HH-H4'H''14'!- i
Office 124 Oklahoma Ave. near First Street
Over Bee Hive Store.
OFFICE HOURS
5) A. 31. to 12 31.
2 to 5 1 31.
i.
tM44eit4M'Mt-
J. W. McNKAL President
A. J SKAY Vick Pbksidknt-
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
Capital
Surplus
$5oooo
loooo
Doard of Directors In "addition to Hank Ofllcers:
James Stratton Horace Speed Robert Martin J. R CottlnRhara
W. J. HORSFALL Cashier.
During the colder season
impure humors accu-
mulate in the blood.
The surface of the body being chilled the pores are closed
and clogged and impurities which might pass off in
perspiration are forced back into the blood. Besides
this winter's iiity food fats and sweets contribute
more impurities.
This briefly explains the existence of Spring Humors those
unsightly eruptions painful boils annoying pimples and
other affections which make absolutely necessary the use
Hood's Sarsaparilla at thi season.
But with some people impurities in the blood cause very
different symptoms. The kidneys liver and bowels are
overmatched in their efforts to relieve the clogged sys-
tem. Dizzy headaches bilious attacks failure of appetite
coated tongue lame back indigestion or that tired feeling
are some of the results.
From the same cause may also come scrofula neuralgia
sciatica or rheumatism.
All these troubles and more may properly be called "Spring
Humors" and just as there is one caube a cure is found
in just one remedy and that is Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies the impure blood.
Hood's Sarsaparilla enriches that which is weak and thin
Hood's Sarsaparilla vitalizes that which lacks vitality.
Hood Sarsaparilla leads in Merit Sales and Cures.
For your Sprir.g Medicine to prevent or cure Spring
Humors and baild up your health take
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists l'tico $1 j six for 6. Prepared only by
O. I. Hod At Co. Lowell 3s. TUe Bt Spring Medkk
t a o.
The C. L. S. a will meet Tuesday at
3 p. in. ut tho homo of Mrs. Lawrence.
1'ltOOIIAM.
Roll call.
The mobi important event of tho
week
Tuhle talk The Oreck-Orotan sit-
uation. A sketch The Red Cross Society
A Politico Economic Study Tho
DlnKley tariff bill.
A Roview Tho famous Illalno-Olad-stono
debate: "Protection" v. "Free
Trade "
A Literary Recreation A contest in
guessing authors.
DUcufcsion "Modern view that tho
mission ot Alexander tho Great was no
misfortune to Greece."
A Comparison Alexander and Aris-
totle as pnpil and teacher.
I.KBSON.
"AsurvBy of Oreek civilization."
Chapter vili
"A history ot Greek art.' Chapter ll.
"A study of tho any." Pages 87 and
DO.
"Paris tho magnlflcent "
"Increased Juvcnllo criminality In
France.
uuHtloas from the "Question Table"
for Maruh
KM
ea
BLOW
THE KNOCKOUT
ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS they speak decisively. Words decide nothing; there's no
limit to what a man can say. As long as a prize tight is fought with words there'; no knockout. Fifty
minutes settles the question. Vlien blows take the place of blowing we claim the belt. For supremacy we
have landed the KNOCKOUT BLOW long ago. When the gong sounds next Saturday night again we will add more
laurels. OUR GREAT EASTER SALE has done the work people from all over the territory have arrived just a few
days more.
A few. more plums to pick positively the last day of the
Great Sale.
A IMvHiitut BnrprUit.
Mr. and Mrs N. Stephens gave a party
to their daughter Mlbs Katie at tho
home cornor Fifth street and Okla-
homa a enue laist night. Muslo games
and refreshments wero tho orriur of
tho evening. Those present we e:
Mlbses Carrie Cheatham Cor a Rich-
mond RvaUragory. Inez Olrich Agn-
MCann Maggie McGann Ruby Hull.
Mlnorva Moore Ola Smith Maud
IColley; Masters Luthor Finch Jann
Vanraetr Frank Brown Frank
Smith. Milton Porter Oarnett Mc-Qulthoy.
CYCLONE ECH0HS.
Cons-
gouiethiiiK About Relief Caves
tributions Rto.
A uoiv disease prevails In this sec-
tion. For want of a better name tho
Leader will cull it "cyclonia." It io
contrasted by nervous people who aro
afraid of the wina. Ovrr holt of Uuth
rie la sunerin wiiu tue ailment.
Rvery time a black spot appears in the
heavens bcorus of people like prairie
dogs dart for holus In the ground.
The cyclone at Ohandler and the new
dlbtaH) has materially deprewed buti.
not.
Kan Ban City has donated iWi to
Chandler hUtTerern.
A great cliaupe ha taken place in
Qhaudler within a week. New build-
ings are going up rapidly. C'trpentere
are In demand.
FANS FOlt EASTElt.
Largest stock; best assortment to
select from; going at about one-half
what they are worth put on sale the
first time this season.
(JL0YE8 ami MITTENS.
We positively guarantee every
pair Kid Gloyes sold in our house.
All Gloves worth $1.75 $2 00 and 2.25;
this week $1.18. All Coves sold at
$1.00 aud $1.50; this week Oflc
KELT J1UCKLES.
Genuine Sterling Silverbeautiful
designs; worth $1.00 to 1.25. This
week -0c.
Belt Buckles worth 50c and 75c.
TIjIb week 18c
Belt buckles worth 35c and 50c.
This week 15c-
Last Week of th Lophyr Uiiigham
Sale.
Tull D Nord the very best ging-
ham made. The latest design in color-
ing?; sold the world over at 12Jc.
This week 1 l-'-u.
French IVrcalo for Shirt Waist.
None like them ever shown in
Guthrie 50 more pieces put on sale:
worth 15c. This w;eK s I -io.
AVU0N MNUHA3IS.
Checks in all the colors warran-
ted fast colors; worth 7c. This
week 4 1-2.
LACES AM) EJlimOLOBKIES.
Here is where you will find them
the price will please them. Attend
the GREAT EASTER SALE !
DHESS GOODS.
All of our Novelty Dress Goods
must go this week--the price no ob-
ject COME! Novelty Dress Goods
worth $1 00 to $1.25 per yard; in 8 yard
patterns no two alike; lining trim-
mings to match all complete. This
week per pattern $-1.88
Novelty Dress Goods in 54 inch
Etamines Daraasses etc. all the new
things in stock; worth 50c This
week 21c.
All light colored Henriettas in all
the shades suitable for evening or
party dresses Silk Warp; strictly
SI. 25 values! This week (iilc.
OUR EASTER CLOTHING SALE
will be a wonder to all who come.
You will buy here because the price
will be one-half what you expected.
TM
fcn a m ii i ii
FllLNTi. .. . -
THIS WEEK ONLY All light
colored Prints 3Jc. All Dress Prints
Sic. Garner's Turkev Red 8Jc.
MUSLINS.
Bleached and Unbleached. Fruit
of the loom Gc Longsdale Cambric 7Jc
Anderson LL 1c. Kearneylane ic.
COME THIS WEEK!
CHILDHEN'S SUITS.
We want every boy in town to have
a new suit lor Easter. We offer choice
of 250 Children's Suits guaranteed
strictly all wool or your money back
all colors light and dark. For sale
this week $1.59
800 Suits for Children; cotton and
wool mixed good weavers. This
week . $1.'S.
125 Children's Suits; worth $1.50.
This week 08c
MEIl'S SUITS.
A harvest for you; 300 Men's Suits
strictly up-to-date imported Cheviots
and Worsteds only worth $15.00 to
$18.00. This week $S.S5.
Men's Suits worth $8.00 and $10.00.
This week $ (55.
! wiiu mi ii i m i
Thousands of Bargains Await
ingr You in Our Clothing
Department. COME THIS
WEEK!
Attend the Necktie Sale
Attend the Shirt Sale.
f yc
aouid
ou with to purify vour blood you
abould tako a uieuicine wmes cures
blood disease No otiiei- medicine
as such -record 6 curfcs m Hoo''
Sartaparllia
lloodN pills aro c-y to Uke easy to
operate Ouro Indigestion. b.out-
nes. "2-
"THE CYCLONE
- CASE & MOORE Proprietors.
M
i
I
""-v
i.
Mi-
(
at .-v

Show all pages in this issue.

This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.

Tools / Downloads

Get a copy of this page .

Citing and Sharing

Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.

Reference the current page of this Newspaper.

Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 110, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 11, 1897, newspaper, April 11, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73901/m1/4/ocr/: accessed May 17, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

Univesal Viewer

International Image Interoperability Framework (This Page)

Back to Top of Screen