The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 17, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 19, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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tn pm1 Abont iho Ultr.
Mayor llorkcy 1b still tory 111.
J. P. Gaudy Is hero from Alva.
Catholic schools close Tuesday.
Judge Camroi) is over from Alva.
Frank Anderson Is over from Chand-
ler. C. J. Cotton of Klldare Is In Iho
11. 0. Trainer is up from Oklahoma
N. Curl has returned from Ft.
Ex-Gov. Henfrow is out after nsovore
Dr. Lhigbea was slightly improved
Mrs. Cal Oroor left ycbtorday for n
visit to Topelca
Don L&whead and L. M jKInloy aro
Thcrmomuter registered 90 degrees
at 3 p. tn. yesterday.
Cieorgo V. Urncr Is aver from Until
looking anxious and wise.
Mrs. II. J. Garrett nudsou of Marys
vllle Kas. are visiting John Masscy.
Judge and Mra. l'arsney havo do-
cidoi to remain In Outhrlo until Oc-
Mrs. John Shartoll Is seriously ill at
the Sisters' hospital in Kausns City.
Mr. Shartoll la with her.
J. M. Allgler of Seward sent a rad-
ish to The Leader oflleo weighing four
pounds 17 inches long and 18 in circumference.
Aflor Talking Over Methods for En-
forcing Hanking Laws
The tcrrllorial bankers adjourned
yesterday morning after holding a
short meeting. President Hues called
tho meeting to order and introduced
tho attornoy general who stated that
Territorial Treasuror Tumor and him-
self had been appointed a coramlttco
to meet any committee appointed by
tho association in order to talk over
tho proper mr-thods to pursue in en-
forcing the law relating to banks.
Mr. Cunningham agiiu gave the mem-
bers of the association some valuablo
suggestions as well as getting many
pointers on practical banking for him-
self. It Is tho opinion of the association
that tho present bank examiner will
examluo no moro banks and the
binkors can rest until they get definite
instructions from tho banking board.
A committee composed of tho presi-
dent second vico president and secre-
tary woro appointed to confer with the
banking board In regard to formulat-
ing plans for future action.
A CJIACK lilCKKIf.
Waldo B. Lyon Kntortalns Crowds
with Marvelous Feats.
Attornoy General Cunningham has
moved his ofllec Into the magnificent
suit of rooms formerly occupied by
Governor Rcufrow and family.
With but little care and no troublo
i-i) beard and mustache can bo kept
uniform brown or black color by using
Buckingham's Dye for tho Whiskers.
Miss HlocUio Jamison leaves tor
Chandler this morning whero slio wll
join a largo camping party which will
spend two weeks in the Creek country.
Lou I'lttB Will Felts and Jess Hunter
will also go on a like mission.
Tho band concert drow a largo
crowd at the aero last night. The O.
N. G march was played with great
elect. Tho program was interspersed
with fancy and trick cycle riding by
W E Lyon on tho acre streets.
Secretary Lowe yesterday granted a
a charter to tho ltlackburn liridgo com-
pany. It is for the purposo of build-
ing a brldgo ovor tho Arkansas river
at that place. The incorporators aro
C. J. Wrlghtsman Wm. Keller Chas.
Fox and II S. Skinnor.
Waldo K. Lyon of Leominster Mass
arrived in th eil7 yesterday. Ho Is a
cycling globe trottorof phcnomonal
attainments and is now enrouto to
California. Lyons is travollng for
pleasuro and scolng things as they
actually exist. He is a pleasing young
man of good habits and unassuming.
He Is greatly Impressed with Oklaho-
ma aud waB surprlsod to seo such an
up-to-date country. Mr. Lyon gavo
two exhibitions on tho streol yester-
day of trick aud fancy blcyclo riding.
He has over eighty tricks and Is a very
warm number. The largo crowds at-
tending tho regimental band conceit
on the government acre last evening
were enthusiastic over his work.
TO ENTERTAIN JHNKINS
llinquet to He Given lly Citizens in
Honor of the New Secretary.
Tho swcllest wedding ovor held in
the city was that which took place
at tho Christian church last evening.
Tom Thumb was tho groom and acted
his part quite well. Forty children
participated in tho marrUpe rorotnony
after which a sumptuous bu.juct was
served. The affair proved a rifo
Chas. Ileore doparts for Baltimore
this evening having received a tole-
g-Mrttr irom 'Tftwneo iiui" to report for
tuo urst parade mere Saturday. Ho
will bo too late for tho llrst parade
but there will bo others. He secured
120 Elk teeth yesterday at Dorlington
and will tako them along to ornumont
costume. A "bunch" of Mexicans in
h'a charge go with htm.
Tho Oklahoma crop report for this
week shows that the temperature was
froro one to five degrees bulnw normal.
When' and oats which were beaten
down by tho wind and rain came up
again. U is predicted that nearly all
the wheat will be harvested by the
.-nd of tills wook. Tho hoavy wheat
paused delay by breaking manhtnorv
There was a marked Improvement in
Tho allotting agents for tho Wichita
reservation receiv d orders ypsterday
to ceaso work and report at Washing-
ton as soon as practicable. No cxpla
nation accompanied tho order and the
agents aro row surmising as to
whether ttiu ii .u bears any political
significant or Ib tho result of tho In-
fluence of cattlemen with the Indians
and the latter with their "great father
Secretary Lowe has granted ohartoro
as follows: Cudahy I'aoklng company
of Chicago agont. F. II. Carroll at Ok-
Uhorua City; Stella Friends Acadomy
and Church association at Stello
Woods county trustees Isaac M Pol-
lock John Howard Laura A. Coppack
Alvln Coppack Arlo J. Toll Ireno II.
Hestor Pearl Nuckles Charles Jaok-
sop Frank Veateb John Hays and
Charles France; Charity lodgo No. SO
ui me inuoponaeni uruer or uau Fol-
lows at Marshall; Union Central Lifo
Insuranco company Cincinnati Ohio
agent J. O. Wlnno at Oklahoma City.
Cord o7 Thcnka
To Hartrauft Post U. A It Comrades-
Wo desire to thauk you for
your kindness to promptly oxtondod
to me during my sickness. Your fra-
ternal kindness is btneorely appre-
ciated. Ho assured that the same fra-
tornal spirit will be roturned to any
comrado or member of our noble order.
Yours in F. C. and L.
All Endeavorera interested in or ex-
pecting to attend tho International
convention at San Francisco are In-
vited to meet with Uov. Humphrey at
tho Christian ohurch on Monday June
21 at 8 p. m. F. L. Hitchcock
Messrs. Goo. Dodson M. Golden A
P. Saunders nnd James Wheeler a
conimittco selected by a coterie of citi-
zens began work yesterday making
probations for a reception to bo ten-
dered Hon. William JcnUins tho now
territorial sccrotary at tho If. of P.
hall on Wednesday night.
Tho recoptlon will be followed by
a banquet to which seventy persons
will be invited.
Mr. Jenkins will return from Now-
kirk on Wednesday and qualify.
Dovkk Okla. May 7 1S07 My hus-
band has takeu a number of bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparilla and value? It very
highly. Ho heartily recommends it as
a tonic and blood purifier. Mus. J. W.
Hood's Pills cure all liver illc 2Se.
FILSON FOR COJDIISSIONJUI.
Governor's Serutary Namod to Sue-
eoed Wm. Illlncoe.
Governor lUrnes yesterday selected
Charloi Filson hU present secretary
to bo commissioner of school lauds to
suceeed William llllnuio. This selec-
tion will be ratified by the school land
board at Its meeting on Monday noxt.
As private secretary to tho governor
Mr. Filsou receives ro salary slnco
there li no appropriation set apart for
that purroio. He will onter upon his
new duties Wcdno6day and combine
them with his clerical duties. Mr.
Filson Is a worthy man and a very
loyal Karnes worker Ho Is a good
man to succeed Mr. Illlncoe the best
public olllciul tho territory lifts over
Some people are constantly troubled
with pimples aud bolls especially
about tho faco and necic. Tho best
remedy is a thorough course of Aver'a
Sarsaparllla which expels all humors
through tho proper channel and so
makes the skin become soft healthy
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Fret
fram Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANlMRa
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FALLING HAIR "TSWrx-XftlErE!?1-
Tired Treadwell No wonder dat
Home fell. Ole Sox What makes you
say iem observations? Tired Treud-
well I've Jlst been reiulln' about ile
history ob dam guys. Why. say ail
dey !one was take baths!- Clerelend
If the Inauguration commltteo mill
Intends to prnetteo economy what Is
the matter with using tho frleio on
the Pension Offlco building In the prep-
aration of tho ice cronni? Washington
gggW BE Bya&ftcw ecw of timk af Xadiw Vwrft&w
Oporto AVna Hurried.
George 91oneker of Oxford Ohio wm
In sueh a hurry to pull on his glove
he dislocated the Index finger of his
DoFOHl) WILL WIN.
President Inclined Towards the Okla-
homa City Man.
Special to Dally Leader.
Wasuinoton Juno 18. Attorney
General McKonna wrote a note to
President McKlnlcy today urging
strongly tho appointment of DeFord
for marshal. Aside from this there
wjre no now developments. Tho
president Inclines to DeFord and it is
now almost certain ho will bo ap-
pointed but it is difilcult to (.ay when
his name will bo sent in. Orput has
about givon up though Senator Alli-
son is still pushing him strongly.
Other candidates aro not talked of.
WANTS THE AGENCY.
Ilrother of Famous Sam Wood Is Try-
'ng to Got It.
Major J. D. M. Wood brother of tho
noted Kansas politician Sam Wood
and temporary chairman of tho last
Republican territorial convention of
the Indian territory lias been in
Washington for soino time past iu
quest of tho Ponca Indian agency In-
dian territory llocause of his rela-
tionship to Sam Wood of Kansas who
was known to nearly every politician
in the southern section of the United
States tho western mombers of con-
gress and sonators havo taken an In-
torost in his case and it seems very
probable that he will securo tho plum
H(!emiUon of Witrraiitii.
Ul'TllltIK O. T. JuilO IS
Notice is hereby given that there are
funds on haud to redeem all General
Fund Warrants up to and Including
Kegistored No 1103 May 17 is'.is
Interest ceased on all r. zrranU In-
cluded in above call afiftr thirty days.
M. L 'J UU.NKll
10 30-10 Territorial Treasuror.
New stylos of buggies phaetons sur-
roys traps and carts just received nt
M. Collar's South Second streot. Call
and 6eo his goodr. M. Coij.au
Treaiurer'i (Jarit to Tut'nycrs.
Doing requested by numerous prop-
erty ownors to publish a statement as
to how the now revenue lswa will be
oonstrued at tho county treasurer's
otllee in this county after consulting
the county attorney will say:
Juno ' 16t7 will be the last day
that the last half of taxos for the your
18M will be accepted without penalty.
All personal taxes bucomlng delin-
quent upon Juno 29 1607 will bo ad-
vertised in Tho State Capital aud tax
warrants for the bamo placed in the
bands of tho shorlir about July 1
1S97. All delinquent taxes bear inter-
est at tho rate of 18 por cont. per an-
num from date of delinquency until
date of payment. All persons possess-
ing the rllit of redemption uau ro-
deotu property sold for toxos by pay-
ing the ainouut of sale with interest
upon the same at the rate of 18 per
cent per annum from date of sale to
dalo of redemption
Tho tax rolls for 1887 will be In the
oillee about November 1 18tT from
which lime the first half of the taxo
can bo paid without penalty up
to the third Monday In Jauuary IMS
at which time all taxes if not paid in
whole or in part will become delin-
quent. Persons paying the first half
before the third Monday in January
186. will have until June IS lsua to
pay tho last half without penalty.
Hereafter Xht personal tax warrants
will Issuo in March and July retpec
Notice to those owing delinquent
personal tax will hereafter be given by
publication In tho ofllcial county news-
paper. No rebates on taxes will be
Homo for ten some for twenty and
Rome for thirty years havo sulTcred
from pllos and then have been quickly
and permanently curul by using Dc-
Wltt's Witch Hazel Salve the great
remody for piles and all forms of skin
il! sets os. Kagle Drug Store and
Seaton Drug Co.
At 9:30 a. m. on Monday the Slat
Inst a now class In ponmanohip will bo
organized at the lluslness College. 1813
Tho latest novelty in hair cuts.
"Misty Dawn" Jim Hill Danderiae
Tho largest stock of Hags In tho ity
at F. li. Lllllo A Co. tf
Unlon-mado nopligeo shirts for sa'e
only at the Now York Clothing House
For flrat-cltsa paper hanging call on
L. Ohrlaen 111 north First streot.
Photographer Dougherty is turning
out some splondld views of tho West
Cloth bound books at 10c at Llllio
& Co's. tf
Penmanship lessons for boys and
girls young men aim young women.
in f net for anyono between tho ages of
ten and Bt.xly at uupitni uity Jiusiuoss
College. New olatfi will bo organized
on Monday the 21st insl. Como at
:S0 a. m. 1813
lAiiw & wo. nave lust received a
lnrgo stock of wall paper bought at
bankrupt prices and will be sold it
about half its value. tf
Twenty lessons In penmanship for
S3 00 at tho Uanttal Uity lluslnoss col
lege. New class will be organized at
0:30 o clock on Monday rooming tho
81st Inst Tako advantago of this
ohcap tuition. lata
A nicely furnished room for rent
bathroom in connection Apply to
John lluentlng 310 Kast Cleveland
The U. S. Gov't Reports
sion' Royal Baking lowder
superior to all others.
Six room plastered houso for rent
HO west Cleveland ave opposite mar
ble yard elty water aeo property
inquire of J W. Suttou or write M.
Calllgau Colorado Springs Col. 3t 10
Paper bound books at 7c each at
Lllllo & UO'6. II
The cheapest beoks in the olty at
Lllllo &. Co.'s tf
The Hunting nod Pishing Grounds
of Colorado qulukly and comfortably
roached via tho gauta Fe route. Low
rati tin Hug tho season Write W. J.
llluek G. P. A. TopeSa ICas. for a copy
of "A Colorado Summer"
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THE BIG STORE
Will fairly blaze with the wonderful and matchless bargains delighting its customers
with wonderful values slashing prices drawing crowds as nevei befone.
1J0YS' 50c PANTS. '
Sulo Price !i!)c.
Mado of all-wool clothe and all-wool Un8k and
LADIES' luc JIEST
Swlss-rlbhcd Low-necked and Sleeveless.
Sale Price (5c
MEN'S $1.00 SmiEsi
Fine Calf in all stylos welt solo sires 0 to in.
Hue LADJES' MACO COTTON HOSE.
Plain hlifh-gpllccd heel double solo drop stitch
In all colors.
Salo Price 12c.
$1 AND $2 LADIES' OXFORDS.
Wo must cloan up what Is loft of them. Tho
price mutt move them.
Snio Price 87c.
LADIES' $2.50 SHOES.
Fronch Kid Lnco or Dutton all sixes all latest
stylo of too.
Sale Price $142.
MEN'S $1 AND $1.25 SHIRTS.
French Madras and Pcnangs Heautlful Colors.
Sale Price (5)c.
lOo MEN' SOX Fine Seamless.
Sale Price 4c.
LADIES' $1.75 SHOES.
Shoo that are gunrauleod or your money back.
Have 30() pairs of broken sites In stock.
Sale Price. 91c
Just opened li.or J yards beautiful patterns guar-
anteed fast colors worth 15c.
Sale Price 7ic.
MEN'S $7.50 SUITS.
Strictly all-wool: novur ono sold for lass than
tho above price nought at loss than manufac-
Sale 1'rlce $:t.!)0.
MEN'S $12 SUITS.
High Grade Up-to-dato Tailoring Hrand New
Patterns about SCO to select from.
Sale Price $15.45.
Ladies' $1.50 mid $2 Shirt Waists.
Wo havo closed a big Job lot at a sonic. No use
mentioning quality. At tho ruinous price of
50c HOYS' RIHHED HOSE.
y Fast Color Double
o ovet shown In Guthi
Sale Price 2J)c.
Extra Quality Fast Color Douhlo Knees. Tho
best Hoys" Hose oyei shown In Guthrie.
50c LADIES' DELTS.
All the Latest Shades Oxblocd Nllo Greon etc.
Sale Price 21c.
Ladles' Shirtwaist sets.O pieces worth JOS for 10c.
Ladles Shirt Waist Sets sterllns silver worth
flic for Sic.
Ladles' Shirt Waist Sets 0 ulocos Jnpannod or
Silver worth 38c. for lite.
Gonts' Watch Chains warranted gold-filled fi-
yoar chains worth $2 50 for bSc.
Gonts' Watoh Chains (you w'll know them by iho
"Red Tag" nold filled warranted 20 years worth
VR. Sslo prlco tl.33.
WASH FABRICS lUc Hargnlns.
Will olfor this week our Flno Fronch Organdies
Stlk-ohocked Linen Batiste. Host Scotch Lappets
Fronch Grenadines worth up to 50c a yard all go at
12 l-2c LAWNS.
Thoco are -10 Inches wide extra good cloth all
now designs just oponod worth tOc.
Sale Price 12 l-2c
12J and Ion ZEPHYR GINGHAM.
Tulle de Words genuine French. "At the begin-
ning of tho seaon wo sold over G.OUj varda. All
remember tho goods. Just caught another snap.
Salo Pricp 7c.
Lot of Henumnts In Lawns. Just about a dress
pattern In each. Some sold as high as 8.c To
clean up the short ends
Salo Prico He.
1ILACK DRESS GOODS.
Plain and Jaquard Mohairs the Coc quality.
Sale Price UDc.
Now and Cho'co Designs In 85c and $1 Illack
Htamlne and M-lock Storm Serges. Special
All of our 35c. 40e and 4p Illack Dress Good
offered In this silo at
All of our Maud 5 Hats la all the new Shades I
mm oiiuju9 mi iuiihus iiiciuueu.
Snle Price $2.!)8.
All of our (2 $2 50 and (3 Hats to be forced out at
Made of Imoorted Woolen9 only Koneb-tter
on earth best llaltlmoro mako wotlh $5 ?0 and 7.
Salo Price $!U)S.
CHILDREN'S SUITS AT $1.48.
Children's Suits age" 5 to 14. All mothers know
our none-to-rlp novor-wcar-out kind fcucc-roMst-lng
Children's Suits; double knees etc.; strictly
Salo Price $1.48.
Big cuts great mark-downs on all merchandise on hand at the big store.
L. C. MOORE Sole Proprietor
109 & 111 DIVISION STREET. I
There are people here who
have their doubts about our
modern methods and appli-
ances in dentistry. They would
rather pay big prices for old-
fashioned painful dentistry
than to pay moderate prices for
painless periect work. But our
mission is educational. Doubters
are becoming fewer every day.
G. A. HUGHES D. Dt $
The Leading Dentist.
Over Hank Indian Territory.
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For Afternoon or Evening Wear
Our Tan Shoes
and Patent Leathers
Are as good as can be bought
at any price. Selling one-third
less than elsewhere for the
same quality. It will be money
thrown away for you to buy
your shoes without looking at
what we are offering.
Ye have 4ust received one of
the finest lines of Iufants Shoes
from one of largest factories in
the east ever placed on Guth-
Call and examine our stock.
The Welcome Grocery
Of Mafle-To-Order Suits.
Look in our windows and see our line of Summer Suit-
ings that I will make to order from $15 and up.
We Cut And Make '
All Our Suits In Guthrie.
Fit Guaranteed or no pay. Come in and pick a suit
before the selections are gone.
h; u. COHEN
New York Clothier and Tailor Guthrie 0. T
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Has always aimed to reach the
highest standard in dental prac-
tice has been a close student
all his life is well educated and
has a long and rich experience
lie succeeds where others fail.
2 It is always the man who
That comes nearest the high
mark. This holds good in every
pursuit in life especially so in
When you need dental work be
sure to see
Tho First Dentist in OUliilioiini.
Sontbwctt cor- Oklahoma Ave. and flrtf. H
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.i
On 3rOO3L "o.2TXTO.a
The privileges I offer makes my money the easiest and cheapes
in the territory. Call on
J. STUART MCKAY
105 SOUTH FIH8T ST. - GUTM111JE 0 T. M
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