The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 17, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 19, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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llnilrond Time Table.
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KOUTU EAST AND WEST.
Artive I Leave i Arrive i Arrive
IJiluuthrie Outhrle Kan City Ictilcago.
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8UVTII SOUTHEAST AND SOUTHWEST.
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in! up in I oi a in
Arrive i Arrive
Ft Worth Clalv "s'n
v Si p m in 01 a m.
A. J. Corklns Agent.
lliortaw OhlttlitiuiM & UulC it. It On.
r f ave I I Iteno . .. (MO aui
Mr veUkMliomaUlly . T 41 am
ywilve unaware . :lam
AinveScuth McAIester UJupia
Arrive Wisler .. 3 00 pm
Arrive I ort Smith . 4.33pm
Arrive St Louis .. . ...? am
Leave t Louts 8 SO pm
Leave 1 1 Smith II 87 am
Leate Wlsttr . 1.30pm
L(ve s..uih MiAllaler 4:10 pm
I un Miawnee 35 pm
lutt ubuhoniaGlly . mui pro
Arr.e 1 l Heuo . . 10.05 pm
lietwoeti UblHliotiiM City Hint Kl Iteuo.
Leave Oklahoma City for west. 9 05 am
Air.velUMio . 10.01 pm
Leave 1 I Hino for east 0 40am
Arrive Uii.ihuma City 7.40 ain
Leave Uklauuuia tflly for west . 3:60 pm
Arr.ve hi lleno 4:8 pm
Leave I I Penu cast 11.15 am
Arrive Oklahoma City 1:0 pm
Trains to and from Guthrie make connec-
twu at Oklahoma City.
Make time connections at El Itcno for
quints .j n the Kock Island north and south
for rates and Information apply to
J HOLUKN.Tramc Manager
South Mi Alester I A
O M M H LSWOKTU
Agent Oklahoma Cltv
p U HrAltD
t ivesspulal attention to checking county
rei rds in Oklahoma and Kansas nan had
many it irHeiperlfiicaiiamakesliocharge
gi t v irk in satisfactory
A SHOWMAN'S 8T(Uf AOfiMi
How u Clrttit Munajrr Itit n Vtnl td
'Your story ntotit calling 'or a doc-
tor In a circus" said a retired show-
man to a Cleveland I'laln Denier man
"reminds me ot the way we broke up
a nulsancn In a good-slxed Pcnnsjl-
vanla town. I was on the road with a
farce-comedy company and we put In
two weeks at the town In question
there being a big military encampment
there and a count) (air to boot. 'Wo
dn w good houses all through the en-
gagement and were booked for an early
roturn. I don"t think we had been there
more than one night before the doctor
nuisance began. There would come a
hurried messenger from the box office
to the stago manager with a request
that he ask if Dr. Bolus or whatever
his name happened to be was In the
house and If he was to Bend him to the
box office at once. Of com so the stage
manager couldn't refuse and general
attention was directed to the medical
man much to his satisfaction. We soon
found out that the doctors who were so
much In demand were very small medi-
cal fry and there wasn't a doubt that
they had themselves called for In order
to secure the consequent notoriety.
"Well we stood It for a few nights
and then an Idea occurred to me. I
took a walk up the main street until
I came to a certain sign hanging over a
stairway. I went up to the office indi-
cated and had a brief conversation
with tho inmate ending It by handing
him reserved seat tickets.
"That evening Immediately after the
first act and before any messenger from
the box office had a chance to arrive. I
stepped out In front of the curtain and
held up my hand. Then In my gravest
tone I asked:
" 'Is Dr. Chlzziold in the house?"
"Immediately n very tall colored
man with a bushy white head and
huge silver-mounted spectacles arose
lu the audience and said:
" 'Henh I is Bah
The audlenco tittered but I kept my
" 'ou are wanted at the box olflco
at once doctor In a case which re
quires your immediate professional attention.'
"As the aged darky ducked to me
and hobbled from the room the audi-
ence broke Into a wild roar.
"Perhaps you will understand the
cause of their merriment when I add
that the old man was a corn doctor and
probably best known eccentric charac-
tr." In town. Then? were no more doctors
S tiled for from that stage during our
tfhi fort Much to Mat. l.Mfl I'lfltMtll
Habit coui.ts for si mud 1.1 lltt'
things thbt one cannot 1 ok too care-
ful' v after tho small co'irtosles In one's
own conduct. A writer In the 'nter.or
describes a visit t i a home .iere thr
young people poMesftil th t ic po-
liteness which habit had made natural
One evening last week I enteml .1 roii
vhere seornl young men v. Ith iooks
and work wcr -Itttng aronnd the lamp
The joiihg m.m with the Ielron and
the grammar on tho table befo-i aim
vas the busiest of tho group but he
lnstantl lose and remained standing
until I had taken my sett Tin little
ootlon was automatic; the hnbit of his
famll) Is to practice small courtesies
and the boys havt been trained fiom
childhood to pay daferenee to women
They always tine whenever a lad their
mother sister friend or guest of the
house comes Into the room where the)
aro at work. Neither mother nor sis
ter goeB out after dark without nn es-
cort. One of the boys can always go
out of his way or find It In 1i!b wa
to Eee her safely to a friend's door or
to tho meeting which she wishes to
attend. Most winning and sweet l
the air of good breeding which these
young men hae acquired and which
they wear with an unconscious graop
"You should not care 10 much about
tho merely superficial In conduct " sas
a friend. "Veneering Is only a polish
laid on. I appivie of the man or o
man who is honest sincere I tan
pardon him a little brusqueness .which
may be only his misfortune ' It 1b
not veneering to be polite We are apt
to grow confuned on thl aubjeit and
to fancy that therp Is a natuinl ronfll.t
between goodness of heart and elegaiu e
of deportment. The fact !s life would
be a far more agreeable thing If polite-
ness were more assiduously cultivated.
O -irtNl It' id
X L mm tf"a c Bra 'ir-i'i m JJL a
1 IfesT iOlC" SI 1
The Mistletoe Bar.
105 West Harrison Avenue
NEXT DOOK TO WELCOME GROCERY.
will be turned upsiJe down more cf the time If vou use Clnlrette
Soap. If yon do 011r own washing this means lest for you. If you
biro It done it wraiis money for uu. If time is ever elaborately
thrown away it is over a wash tub with a poor soap.
ill m ' Iffll f
n U mt En w V
STEVENS M. D.
Offlceovdi- Outhrle National bank
Rooms oniie recently moved irom second
floor of Seaton's Uru; store.
-piiOMAS S WHITE
WashliiKtun O. C
Itooms 103-5-d Atlantic liulldlng.
Mining Land and l'atent Law a Specialty
b made to wash c'utbes as they should be washed. It disttnguUhes
friend from foe yun 1 l..(bt-s doiu the dut -uui s.aris ouo while it
Sttlkca the other "ii niii-t ti c soh) why not the btstf Suppose
you are now suited vu will fcil no worc wluti on ait bitter suited.
Try Cluttcttc. iliiuite Stup lun lout; lxiu made und hasfriends
everywhere. Sold ivcr where. Made only by
TUB N. K. FAIRUANK COMPANY St. Louis.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
in Stock all the Time.
FINE BILLIARD PARLOR - - PHONE 05
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
n. h: sturgis;
SJolicsitiOK- f oar
Complete Cotton Ginning Outfits.
tnamd l uirr
WaehlnKton 13. C.
Ho 23 V Street N. W.
Formerly Principal Examiner Pension
The pension policy of the future will In all
probability be more liberal. Rejected cases
sol'clted Correspondence Invited. .
For Dr. Tthnaeo's "Tho Earth Glr
died" or his famous tour around the
world. A thrilling story of savage
and barbarous lands. Four million
Tilmapo books sold and "The Earth
Oirdlcd" Is his latest and greatest.
Demands euormouB; ovorybody wants
this famous book. Only 83. 50 lilg
boolc big commission; a gold initio for
worl'ers. Credit given frolghtago
paid outfit free. Drop all trash and
Boll tho King of Hooka and wako 8300
per month. Address for outfit and
tonitory People's 3941 Market streot
Don't neglect a cough becauso tho
weather Is plcaoaut before tho next
storm rolls around it may devolop into
a sorious difllculty beyond repair. Ono
Minute Cough Cure is easy to tako and
will do what its name implies. Uagle
Drug Store ar.d Hoatoti Drug Co.
Coiuo and trot it CSooil lttcvclo
oiico mid take u country rido.
Wo Juivo 15 high grado Ijicyclos
for rent or sale. Joo M. HoudH
tho Machinist. U'
ATSON K. COLEMAN
Land and Patont Attorney
Wnahlnwton D. C.
Washington Loan and Trust Ul'dg.
KEPKKENOISS-Uen. M. V. Allsn U. S. Sen-
ate Uon Lafe Pence Klnderhook N. Y.
Uon John U. Hell M. O.; Uon. 1. 1). Hicks
f JMtU II CR08THWAITK
Washington D. C
ireet N W
laud Pacllce a Specialty
RACING IN MID-OCEAN.
Three UltHl suurr-ltlcK''' blilpi Duili-
InB Alunt V llliln Ku.y Illituliri'.
Fiom tlie fjan Francisco Examiner:
The crew of the Uiltlsh ship luveram-
say that cam Into poit Inst night re-
ported witnessing an exciting raco be-
tween three big ships In mldocoan. It
was on December 1 while the lnver-
amsay was beating ngnlnit a bond wind
on her way fiom Swansea to this port
In latitude 12.30 north and longitude
IIS west when tho lookout warned tho
watch of three vessels on tho weather
beam. Just tho top spars of three
square-rigged vessels could be seen
above the horizon hearing down upon
the lnveranifaj witli a stiff bieeze nl-
mobt dead astern. As soon us they
came within speaking distance they
hoisted their signal numbors. They
were the American ship Put Han the
British ship Ross-shire and the British
ship Cromartyshire. The three ves-
sels left this port on November 21 oncli
with a cargo of grain. Tho Puritan li
bound for Hull tho Hoss-shlre for Lon-
don ar.d the Cromartyshire for Queens-
town. They were bound out to sea with-
in an hour of each other and u race
to the British ports commenced. The
three Blilps have records as fast sallura
and some Idea of how evenly matched
they arc can he obtained from the fact
that after racing for over 2000 miles
they were abreast of each other and
nil of them carrying all the tnnvus
Oiey could crowd on. The American
hhip was flying her colors from the
nilzzeu peak while at her masthead
were the slginl flags "Follow me and
you will make port." The Kuss-shiir
ai asking -her tvvo companions with
her flags If they wanted a tow. whll"
(he Cromartyshlru was signaling
' Keep up with me and )ou will be all
Danderine Barber Shop
The Best Place in the City to Get
First-Class Shave Hair Cut
AND A GOOD BATH.
Prom wagon to hale set up ready for work
lncludiinf boiler and engine. Gold medal
awarded at Worlds Fair and Dallas State
N. H. STURGIS.
om'snondoiico Solicited. l 0. Hox 51115 Uuthrlo 0. T
FREE DANDERINE TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
15 W. Harrison.
JAMES HILL Prop
NAOMI Kebekah Lodge No 2 I O OK.
meets every Thursday evening at 7:W
In Odd Fellows hall In the Weinberger build-
lui: Visitors wulcome
6 FLORA COOPP.K N O
HAirit CAMKKO.V. Sec'v
Gl THRIE Camp No 3. Woodmen ot the
v jrla meets every Monday nlifbt In the
K of P hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
t oie J. II TOWERS Cleric.
LLO VINCENT Con Com.
GUTHRIE LODGE NO. 2
A V A A M Eefiularmeet-
lug third Tuesday evening
lueacu moQiu ai outiuci.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
II V ARDKRY.SeC
A J t'JUICINS W M
GUTHRIE Lodge No. I A. O U. W. meets
Thursday evenings of each week at 7 30
In Victor block corner First and Harrison.
VLtting Worsen always welcome.
t O FINCH Recorder.
-T:TimiE Lodee No. 2. K. nf P.. meets
ISI every Wednesday at 7-30 lu their hall
n the Victor block corner First and Harri-
son. Visiting knlKhts are always welcome
LESLIE O. NIULAC1C O. O.
J FOUCART M of F. and IC. of It. S
I O R M Meets every Tuesday night In K.
I K of P hall visiting chiefs always wel-
come M U CHERRY. Chief of Records.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 3. I. O. O.'F meets
Monday night of each week at 7:30. Vis-
UIOK Odd FeW. always vvelme. q
O W URUCE Sec'y lock box 179.
KLAUOMA Encampment No. I I. O. O. F
i lucsaay ctcuiuk lu uuu
JO All visiting patriarchs
'RANK THOMPSON. C P.
Ii F MERTKN Scribe
MUTUAl HF.NEriT TO LADIES.We
furuUt employment procure help buy
sell or eicaange fancy articles novelty
rooU perlodlcali etc
WOMEN'h INFORMATION I1UREAU.
Room 20 Lyon Uloclt
Cor. Harrison and Dlvtsl
IFTY DOLLARS A WEEIC
The First Hatue The best seller
made Agenu wanteii
J Uryan's great and only
I. .V I'll li
tvt. pryauced Agents are taking as many
.. n. -- -m .. . .rlr Hull. ISA Xlf f 11 II .1 11
4i JJU "rucrs per net. ....... ..--
itnt liaitatlons. htud for outtlt ad begin
urk at one W H CONKfcY COM-
PANY Publishers. 311 Pearburn street
Sco Smith tho bill distributor.
"They aro dandies" said Thos
Bowers of tho Crocket Texas Enter-
prise while writing about DeWltt's
Littio Karly R'sers the famous little
pills for sick hoadacbe and disorders
of the stomach nnd liver Hagle Drug
Store and Seaton Drug Co
The Santa Fu Is the short line to Mil-
wauUeo Hxcurion In July. Only?20S
from uutnrie including uieiuueisiup cou
Tho U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
New styles of buggies phaetons sur-
reys traps and carls just received at
M. Collar's South Second street. Call
and see his goods. M. Collar
Don't thin your blood with sa'safraB
or poison It with blue-mass; but aid
Nature by using DeWltt's Little Early
Risers tho faraouB littio pills for con-
stlpation biliousness and stomach and
liver troubles. They are pureW vego-
tablo. Eaglo Drug Store and Seaton
liar Repairing Department
Is equal to tho best In the country.
We repair everything and anything;
bicycles sewing machines locks keys
umbrellas typewriters and gasoline
stoves etc. Saw filing and grinding
of every description lawn mowers
shears scissors knives etc Wo are
experts in each of our departments.
E. II. Knauss
The Bicycle House 113 Oklahoma
avenue Outhrle O. T.
Notice The partnership heretofore
existing between Warren Cane and
C Moore under the firm name of Case
& Moore is this day mutually dis-
solved '. 0. Moore succeeding the firm
and assuming all liabilities of said
firm of Case & Moore.
Care & Moore
Z. 0. Moore
May 31 1S07.
Not only piles of the very worst kind
can bo cured by DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve but ccetna scalds burns
bruises bolls ulcers and all other skin
troubles can be instantly relieved by
the same remedy. Eagle Drug Store
and Seaton Drug Co.
Dr Dauthllttbe veterinary surgeon
has moved his otllco from tue K. C
barn to the barn on Harrison av.snue
one-half block west of county court
Accused of Poke Hurgery
From the Chicago Dally Inter-Ocean
The grand Jury of Lee county euiued
the arrest of Dr. Burton D. Vaughn
(ind Dr. Sheldon of Ashtoii chaigiug
them with obtululug money uml.'i faUe
iiretences. Oct. 14 1890 the) induitd
Miss Lizzie Emery to allow them to
perform an operation for appendicitis
The grand jury tlnds tlittt the) cut
throught the outer sklu only and tli.-n
tewed up the wound. Sheldon vsas lu
troduced Into the home by Vaughn as
4 surgeon of Chicago who had per
lormed forty successful operations fui
Kppeudlcltls. After this the girl wa
compelled to lie lu bed several weeks
Oct. 13 16&6 another opeiatiuu on the
patient was performed by Dr Semi of
the Prehb) terlau Hospital Chkugu
when It was discovered that the preW
ous operation was a fraud.
First published In the Dally Leader
Muv 20 1897.
Notice for Publication.
Land otllco at Uuthrlo O. T. May
Notlco is horoby glvon that the follnw-
named Bottler has filed notlco of hlslii'un
Hon to malm final proof In support of Ills
claim and that said proof will bo made
bafore reglstor and receiver at Uuthrlo
O. T. on Juno 30 18U7 viz:
.loll n Hutsnl for tho s w ir sec 30 tp
17 n r 1 w.
Ho nainos tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous rosUloncu upon uiul
cultivation of said land viz:
llnnln.nl.. llnrrnll Willi.... A f'n I I ..! 1
.lamps W. Harper .lohu 11. Hutsol all of
untune u. r
4137 A. N. J. Citoou. Huirlster.
THOMPSON & BLINCOE
First published In tho Dally Loader
iiny 10. 18U7.
Nolico for Publication.
Lund olllce at Uuthrlo Ok. May IS
Notice Is horoby kIvou that tho follow-
named settlor has filed notlco of his Inten-
tion to make final proof lu support of his
cln'in and that said proof will ho mado
boforo tho icglstor mid receiver at (lutli-
rlo Ok nn Juno 81 1897 viz:
Chanclu L Clark for tio i w qnao 0
tp in r 2 w.
Ho nainos tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous rnsldnnco upon and
cultivation ot suld land viz:
Joseph E. Craig John M McDowell.
Everott Craig Joseph J. Haslott all of
4132 A. N. J CitooK HeglHtor
Have just received thirty-five ( irs
of Lumber which will sell at very low
prices for the next 30 days. We are
putting in a large stock ot Lumber
of all kinds and can save you s me
money if you buy now.
Harrison Ave. Opposite Royal Hotel.
llltliouetly Tioetu't I'u).
rive prominent bankors. tvo at f'lil-
rago one at Baltimore one at Pitts-
burg and one at Selma. Ala have ium-
mltted suicide In the past forinighi
owing to tho remorse and dlsgiate
produced by their bank wrecking op-
erations This is an extraordinary re. -ord
and It demonstrates very dls
tinctly that dishonesty doesn't pay
VTUo cut think
of souw sitnpla
Wanted-An Idea I
Vfolt roar Idtxt . they my bring ii-u we.Mh.
Writs J0HM VVEDDEKBURN 4.-0. Piient Alior.
uri. WsibuiKton ft. O tot tbelr lAO irUs ostsr
ml nsw tut of oa Iboiusbd lafi.Uja tctal.
Ilitrd to Iteullir.
"It's hard" remarked the man who
was trying to write a letter "to real-
ize that It is ' "J7 and not ' '30 ' "
"That's so" replied the friend with
knotty legs and a downy tnoustaihe
"the bicycle makers don't give us near-
ly the difference lu style front jeur
to year that they used to." Washing-
W. B. Johnson Newark O. ityt:
"One-Minute Cough Cure saved lay
only child from iylng by croup." j It
has saved thousands of others suffer-
ing from croup xmeamonia broncsltis
ma ovuer serious mroai ana Wing
troubles. Eaglo Drug Store &nd
tseaton Drug co
A WititeU Dime.
Big Sister Dick I wish you would
go and get Mr. Nleefellow a glass of
water. Mr. Nleefellow Yes my boy.
and here's a dime for you. Little
Brother Thank you; I'll go pretty
toon. Mamma said I shouldn't leave
the parlor until she came back. New
York Weekly. .
Old people who require medicine to
regulate tho bowols and kidneys will
find the true remedy in Electric lilt
ters. This inediclno does not stimu
late and contains no whisky nor othor
intoxicant but acts as a tonic and
alterative. It acts mildly on tho stom-
ach and bowels aJdlng strength and
giving tone to the organs thereby aid-
ing nature In the performance of the
functions. Electric Bitters Is an ex-
cellent appetizer and aids digestion
Old people find it just exactly what
they need. Price SO cents and 31 pel
bottle at 0. R. Benfro's drug store
At Levy's Bee Hive for this week. See the display in our win-
dow. We are selling $10-all-wooi Suits for $6.65 this week.
We are selling $12.50 and $15 Suits for $9.65 this week. Don't
confound these suits with the trash you read about in dry goods
store ads. The only thing cheap about these suits is the price.
Come and look at them.
Lews Bee Hive
Oklahoma Ave. and First St.
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