The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 124, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 28, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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INSUBE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST TORNADOES AND CYCLONES WITH W. M. BRONSON.
James Mlchcal la Uio champ! ju long
distance bicyclist of the world.
He rccomniendi all wheelmen to
ItMe Paine's celerv compound.
Ills experience Is that of thousands
ot others. With the opening of the
bicycle season many a young person
and hundreds of older people who have
determined to take up bicycling as a
health Riving exercise flni them-
selves rcully lacking the propor "snap"
or stamina to begin on. Their bodily
condition prevents so spirited cxercito.
'l'hey would like a ride but they are
out of sorts run down by a winter of
work or Indoor life. litany who are
really sick who havo sufforcd from
debility or wasting diseases for a long
time until they had begun to think
their troubles had become chronic as
nothing gave them relict. Hut this
splendid exerctsc like any othor re
quires strength to undertake. The
blood is out of order the nerves are
deranged and natures food for both is
All such persons will find to their
immence joy that Paine's celery com-
pound taken now will make thorn
Paine's colory compound works
wonders in the spring If you have
labored undor the load of repeated
headaches neuralgic pains and days
of norvoui debility now Is your nest
time to get well
Mlcheal la today the most phenom-
enal rider In professional ranks. As
far as 1894 he was nndlspated cham-
pion of Great Briton and In the fol-
lowing year ha went to Franco and
scored 25 straight wins against the
picked riders of Europe. Ho has de-
feated such famous men as Jaequellln
Oougoltz Hurot Rivlerre Bonlhours
Bourrlllon and Harden of England
CITY IN 11IUEF.
Ftriontl Polnti and Matters Traniplrlnc
In and About the OUT.
Lou Pitts came in from Stillwater
Bboenhalr has returned
Many storm caves were damaged
yesterday s rain.
Tho Oherokco commission has ad-
journed till May 4.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
returnd from Perry.
M. Oook of tho Com p ton houso Is
up from Oklahoma City.
Judge II. S. Cunningham roturned
yesterday from Kansas City.
0. F. Noonnan o! tho Stillwater
Gazette was In tho city yesterday.
1'. S. Magle Mid John McCartney re-
turned from Kingfisher yesterday.
Twenty-Blx commercial men woro
-registered at tho Royal last evoning
Chas. McCormack a stonemason
was found murdered near Davis I. T.
D-. Oottoral left yesterday for Gar-
den City Kan. to attend hto sick
Van Martin has been indicted at
Stillwater for obtaining money under
Dr. Jacobus ot Emerson & Jacobin.
noted medical praotltionors of Win-
field is in tho city.
Tho Regimental band will give tho
first opeu-alr concert of the fcoason on
the acre Friday night.
Tho Qunpaw river in Lincoln county
Is a mile wide and thiity feet deep. All
ths bottom farmB are destroyed
John Dinks shot and dangerously
wounded old man Minks near Okla-
horn City. Troublo over a claim con-
test. Mrs. Chas. Ailing caiuo in last evon-
ing from Guthrio where sho has been
visiting for two weeks. Perry Demo-
crat Mrs. Candee Is meet'ng with much
success In her efforts to organize a so-
ciety to administer first aid to the in-
jured. Inspector T. 0. Taylor has finished
auditing tho accounts of the United
Htates marshal. Ue left yesterday for
Perry Alva and other territorial
Mr P. S. Hoffman accompanied by
Dr Williams will leave this morning
for Gueda Springs to sojourn a few
weeks Mrs. Hoffman will visit In
City Attorney B. T. Ualner left yes-
terday for Indianapolis to look after
the publication of his new book on
municipal securities. The volume is
in the preSB of Bowen Merrill Co
Col. Sam Overstreet is up from
Uuthrle Samlsoueof the real good
fellows of tbo Republican party and
when the plums arc all harvested bis
mouth will not be watering Perry
Col. Tom Howard was seriously hurt
yesterday by his horse falling on him.
Tho Colonel was riding around his
home when the accident occurred. Dr.
Brengle went out and drossed the
'racturo whloh was In his hip. Perry
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
and Leyten the Belgian champion.
Ue has just returned from Europe
and is now ready to join the racing
men on the I'aclilc coast "tlespito the
largo amount of work he has gnno
through during the past months.
Micheai has made cycle racing a
careful study and is in a position to
give excellent advlco not only to
racing men but to wheolmen aud ath-
letes in goneral. I t reference to his
own methods the following letter will
Boston Mass. Fob 21 1807.
After the exertion of my record
rides while with Morgan fc Wright
team In the south last winter during
which I lost somewhat in weight on
account of tbo unaccustomed climate
I was advised to uso Paine's celery
compound. I am pleased to say that
it gives such satisfaction that 1 am
Impelled to uss it again to brace np
from the effects of the two unusually
rough ocean trips that I have taken
during the last month 1 bolieve that
wheelmen who have to undergo the
hardships of ".circuit chaslcg" will
find Paine's celery compound of assis-
tance In keeping up their physical
tono. Jimmy Micheai..
Every one needs to tako a spring
remedy to purify their blood arouse
the circulation and counteract the de-
bilitating effect of months of con-
fining work worry and excitement
Tho mor- intelligent portion of
every community are tho o"es who
best recommend Paine's celery com-
pound. They have looked into this
great remedy followed Its romarkable
achievements In the ca6e of friends
neighbors and relatives and know
just what to ox poet from its uso as a
nerve and brain strongthncr and
restorer and an ideal invlgorator for
run-down system. "
Frank Laux roturned yesterday from
Perry where ho gave testimony as an
oxport witness on chlrography in the
Frank Col ley blackmailing case.
Hall's Hair Rcnower cures daudrufl'
and scalp affectations alto all cites of
baldnees where tho glands which food
tho roots of tho hair are notclosed up.
Tho remains of John Delohunt were
shipped last evening to Lamars la
They wore accompanied by his son in-
law M. Burk. Mr. Delohunt was 08
years of ago when ho died. His death
was very sudden Saturday morning.
Frank Col ley was arraigned this
morning on two counts ono charging
extortion undor tho territorial laws
and the othar charging tho uso of the
U. S. malls for fraudulent purposes
undor tho U. S. laws. Twenty-four
hours woro asked and granted in which
to ploiul. Perry Enterprise-Times.
A destructive cloud-burst occurred
east ot Ed mend on Spring branch on
Saturday night causing an ovorflow
on several good farms. Tho center of
tho down-pour was at C. E. Lacy's
farm which was completely sub-
merged. Hall did sotno damage also
but the area covered by the hall aud
cloud-burst was limited to a couplo of
square in Hen
Dr. Ignatz Mayor leaves this morn-
ing fnr his new homo In St. Louis.
Tho doctor has been a resident of
Guthrie during the past three years
und during that tlmo made hundreds
of warm friends Ho is a highly cducat-
. fd man and is regarded as ono of tho
I best specialists In tho West on oyo
ear and tliroat troubles ills many
friends ivith him much happiness and
success in his now field
If you wWli to purify your blood you
Bhould take a medicine which curoB
blood (liscr.es No other medicine
litis such a record of cures as Hood's
Hood's pills are easy to take easy to
operate. Cure indigestion bilious-
Mrs. Jacob Corbett will give em-
broidery lessons at Mrs Martin's milli-
nery store for the week beginning
Monday April 20th She has a full
lino ot patterns linens and Balnard
& Armstrong silks. 24tO
Office over Bush for rent. Inquire
of either 0. G. Horner attorney or
Dr. II L. Smith tf
Lots 7 8 and In block 3S Capital
Hill fenced outhouses etc. fruit
tress. Also lots 13 and 14 block 80
Capltsl Hill. For salo cheap.
10t30 Miib. J a con CollliBTT.
All tho now things in sof! and
stiff shirts at Cohon's.
For Capitol I.llirnry
Capitol School will give an ontor-
tainmont on Saturday evening May 1
at the Christian Church Tho program
whloh Is very interesting will be pub-
lished lator. Admission 10 cents. 2TtS
STBVK 1IUHKK CONVERTED.
Former Deputy Marthal Acknowledges
Hlmsolt the Worst Sinner of All.
Last night at the Baptist Church iu
Perry when Rev. Uoucuens concluded
his dlseoure on tho thome "Watchful
ness" he gavo an opportunity to any-
oue who desired to "contest their 6lns
and renounce Satan." Immediately
after tho invltaticn was announced a
rustling was noted iu tho center of the
church. All eyes were turned and to
the surprise and wonder ot all present
It was Stevo Burke who had arose to
tell the people that he intended to re-
form and Hve a Godly christian Ufa
This was a surprise to all present us
well as to ihone who know Mr. Burke
because of the uncompromising sinful
Mfe he has heretofore live Iu uis
talk Steve said iu part: "I feel that
the timo has come thtt I inut draw a
halt on the meanness I am dally jfulltv
of and that I must go to work for the
good of humanity and endeavor to re-
pair by the help of tho Suprema Ar-
chitect some of the wrongs I have
done to my fellow men and women. I
was brought vn Vy a praying father
and mother and tho prayers of that
dear mother haunt mo. day and night
and the face of my sainted father re
turns to mo In my dreams beckoning
mo to depart from my Blnful .was and
Work for the salvation of mankind. I
haro spent thousands of dollars in my
wild careorof vice and crime leading
men and boys and women from the
good way taught by pious parents tell-
ing them that there was nothing In
Christianity and Induulng them
lo drink intoxlratlng liquor and
play at cards with me when they
would othorwlso have attended the
services I hate committed nearly
every sort of crime in the catalogue of
sin; loading men and women to de-
struction anil ruin I wa once a good
Christian young raic and a staunch
member of the shurch Was a grad-
uate of Taylor University In tho strto
of Texas and was for a tlmo lecturer
on natural philosophy in that institu-
tion. My health failod; I was advised
tt travel and when I had traveled for
some time I entered politics and win
thrown with tho vilest of associates.
From this I went on to tho w irst and
I now realizo that I am the immediate
causo of tho downfall of nino dear
boys who were my schoolmates the
last ono saying on his death-bed only
a fow months ago (dying in the
agonies of a drunken sot) "Steve
Burke ycu are responsible for my con-
dition " Besides these are Innumer-
able men ai.d women whose downfall
I am to account for. I have resolved
to live a new life and devote it to try-
ing to reclaim some of these fallen
ones. I have been tho meanest man
on earth. I havo sat at tho card table
night and day to keep this influence
that has for tho last few months been
drawing me to the conclusion that I
havo now reached. I drank heavily to
try to drive it from mo but right has
conquered and I must relent "
Air. nurko's wire at uuthrle is a
member of the Baptist church and s
model Christian woman. Steve will
come to Guthrio and unito with the
church and afterwards he will enter
into a definite work in the cause of
It will bo an agreeable ourprlse to
parsons subjeot to attacks of bilious
colic to learn that prompt relief may
bo had by taking Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Romcdy In
many instances ths attack may' bo
prevented by taking this remedy as
ion as the first symptoms of the dis-
ease appear. 25 and 50 cent bottles
for Bale by all druggists
i if She Talks
sho could not havo
J mado her statement
k more omphatlc than
Z sho ha done In the following let-
: tor Orloff'a Russian Grlppo
r Cough and Cold Curo has brought
joy to many a mothor's heart
happiness to thousands of house-
I holds. Why I
L llxctuiifl It Uuren.
Mkdicijjk Lodok Kan. April 3 '07
My llttlo hoy 5 ears old was
sulforlng with a torrlblo cold and
linully lost his spec h ontlroly. I
was afraid wo wore going to lose
nlm for all medical skill seemed
Innlllciout. A friend ailvlsod
OrlotT's Russian Grippe Cure and
In two weeks he hoiran to talk
again aud Is now perfectly well
thanks to the wonderful remedy.
Mits. Ida M. Cuiitib.
100 DOHIJM KUK SO UK NTH.
Sold by Soatonlnn Drue Co.
Leading UruKKlats-l.CBd ll tho
Human Jlnlr Iu War vmeli
A fact tlutt has recently come to light
shows a new use to which human hair
has been put. During the lost year or
two tons of human hair have been
packed between the plates of n certain
part of war vessels. Hair Is very elas-
tic and thus affords a most effective
backing for metal. Again It Is being
used very satisfactory to form a kind
of fender which is thrown over the
aldo of a vessel to prevent her scrap-
ing agnlnst tho dock to take the place
In fact of more commonly used rope
rnuat'i lllrtliplaca Kohl.
The allseed birthplace of Fnust. at
lUda near Weimar hoe Just been de
molished. It was sold for old building
materlal for about $88.
Daugrra of Ujclliiff.
Insurance companies claim that cy-
cling Is moro dangerous than traveling
either by rallwav or by ship
THE FASHION'AMjE SHOE.
Is not so pointed as for-
merly. It is just as fash-
ionable and more comfort-
able. Our shoes have a
happy facullty of feeling
easy from the ery first
day. Why? Because they are
made properly aud we are
as particular as you about
the fit of the shoe. Do not
fail to call and see our line
as we have no old stock
but every pair was made
for us therefore we guar-
antee them to give satisfac-
tion. The Welcome Grocery.
Soft 'White limit with Shapel) Nails. Luxu-
riant Hair with Clean Wholexnmo Scalp pro-
duced j CCTirfHA SoAr. the most effective
Shin imrlfjlng and beautifliK soap In the
wild as well as purest and swee'.eit for
toilet hath and nursery The onl preventive
of Inrtaminai ton and clogrclnR of the 1'- 'lira.
80r It kI4 throughout Ih. irmld Tattii I)1loid
Chm C oF . Sol "-t . Uot..n. ISA
at- How to Purifr nt Utuitiff thl Skin Scilp
and Ilitr" mtll.il free
Dnv uiiMnnc tebi 'a ! '..;?"?..
UnUI IIUIIIUHU llfTCQ DJ CUT1LUB
Oklahoma UctsTasto of riood--Hriil(to8
Washed Out and Waterworks
and Klcctrlc Light Plants
Rain in Years.
Yesterday witnessed throughout
Oklahoma tho heaviest down-pour of
rain over recorded since the opening
of the country. It was a vorltsblo
gully-washer. For eight hours tho
precipitation continued accompanied
by violent and brilliant electrical dis
charges. Repsrts from east and west
side towns tell of heavy rains. All
rivers and creeks are out of their
banks. Farmers who came to tho city
yesterday say serious damage has been
done to crops by fie heavy precipita-
tion and the overflow on bottom lands
Cotton suffors especially and listed
corn on tho uplands has been washed
into tho bottoms and covered with
mud necessitating replanting.
All of last evening's trains were de-
layed several hours by washouts. The
approaches to the Cimarron bridge
were washed away yesterday and a
big force of mon was put to work last
night to make repairs.
In this city putters alleys and cellars
suffered. Tho Cottonwood and Ctmar.
ron rivors are giving a reproduction of
Mississippi valley floods and several
families living on the banks of tbo
Cottonwood were forced to leave their
The Bouth end of tbo fair grounds
bridge on Division street was washed
out taking with it about 00 feet of 10-
inch waterworks mains. As a result
the city will bo without hydrant water
until repairs aro made
Lightning burned out several more
telephones and the dynamo at the
electric light plant was damaged thus
throwing the city Into African dark-
noss last night
AS YOU LIKE
All of us like to be in it all like to dress nicely; men are just like woman when it comes to style. Of course
we don't care even if you have the taste of a millionaire and the pocket book not quite so extensive.. We can please
you because we know the war is over. Did you ever stop to think how much money you waste in a year just because
your prejudice and some time your ideas about style won't let you practice economy? Some men go to a tailor; pay him
fifteen dollars for a suit that we sell at if 5. 50 just the same quality of-goods -if anything better trimmed. Mrs. Hightone
sends to Chicago for dress goods pays $1 a yard that she can buy at "THE CYCLONE' for 85c. It is just the way the
people conduct their business some merchants are satisfied to drink water; others must have "Mumms extra dry."
profits must be in proportion. We don't put oa a whole lot of airs; it is selling merchandise at less than productive
cost that has made the store "THE TEMPLE OP ECONOMY" in the territory. Some dealers calls us destroyers of
legitimate trade; right you
ready to succomb to the hands of a sheriff; goods must be clean up-to-date. We always have the spot cash. and lots of
it. Recently we bought the remainder of a Shoe Factory don't care to mention name.s but you will know those black
bottom finish. Ladies' Men's Boys' and Children's every pair guaranteed a new pair "or your money back." That's
the pledge we sell with them take a hint come soon no uue you thinking about buying goods outside the big etore
unless you have "money to throw at the birds." All the latest novelties in Jewelery have come in.
Ladies' and Gents Link Buttons Shirtwaist Sets
Set Rings Baby Rings Chains of all decription.
We sell and represent JEWELERY for 'ust what it is. Of course you know some people who sell jeweler don't
do a thing to you when you give them a chance. By-t he-way did you know that the time is about hare when you should
be thinking about "Refrigerator Dresses." This week we put on sale 65 pieces of the same
that we sold about 10000 yards of a few weeks ago. This will be the last of this lot; price 7 ic MONDAY MORNING.
Lawns on sale MONDAY at 2Jc. Come before ten o'clock after that you will want to buy Organdiqs worth 85c at
ll)c a yard. Our surprise is coming.
OH I MY TEETH 1
nllest Teeth and lUst
class and warranted
Rubber on Earth
to be strictly first
S6.00 PER SET.
(Either upper or lower
. Goln fallings. II 00 and uj SWVer (Uold and
I'lattna Alloy) Cement and Qutta Perch a
filling BO cents and up. Extracting 8S cents
llrlrtgework at correspondingly low price
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 wis do
not use cheap lob teeth but the very best
inai are maoe in tne united States (and that
means In the world) as well as the very best
rubber and give you exactly the same thing
iuc same ining
00 for a couMe
mi nuu ihai wc cuarscu iio.i
ave been practicing
dentistry (or more than 17 years and have
received our education In the best colleges
In the land and from the beat teachers have
all the modern methods and appliances
(some of which arr not In any other ofllce In
the Territory) and will do you better work
tor less money and give better satisfaction
than any other ofllce in Oklahoma.
Southwest cor- Oklahoma Ave. and First S
A Ten llftjrs' (latlnc
At Island l'Urk Wlnfleld. Kas Edu-
cational advantages for all' who wish to
avail themselves thereof. Ask agent
Santa Fe route ahout rates for Chau-
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Sootlio nice line of sf raw liuls
for muii ho) s and children itt
the Now York Clothing Houso.
Seo Smith the bill distributor
TEETH NEED CARE.
Thoro is nothing else In your body
which needs as much care si entitle
care snre which you cannot adminis-
ter yourself b your teeth. You can-
not get along without a good dentist.
Though you havo to have us our prices
G. A. HUGHES D. D. S.
The Leading Dentist.
Over Hank Indian Territory.
Just The Proper
are Mr. Drummer with waxed
CASE & MOORE Proprietors.
Harness and Saddles
Of Every Description
Collars Bridles Whips etc
Frst Class Goods Low
A. P. SAUMDERS Mgr.;
Oklahoma 118 Avenue. GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
MONEY TO LOAN
On aood Farxxis.
The privileges I offer makes my money the easiest and cheapest
in the territory. Call on
J. STUART MCKAY
105 SOUTH FIKST ST. - - - UUTHIUE 0. T.
The Jim Fisk Restaurant
Is the place to get your meals. Has
been newly furnished. Everything
in first-class style. : : ' :
121 W. Harrison Ave Guthrie.
J. W. McNEAL PnttaniKNT
Hoard of Directors In
James Stratum Horaco Sued
mustache can't do business with
A. J. SHAY VlCK PltKltnKNT.
addition to Hank Ofllcorf!
Robert Martin J. II Uottlnghain
W. J HORSFAt.L. Caahlor.
us unless his house is abotit -m
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