The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 32, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 7, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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Official Organ of Oklahoma Domooracy Offlco of Publication Harrison Avonuo
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1897.
Vmr J m. I K"
THE EAGLE DKUG STOEE
: Everything In Our Line
I Harrlaon Avo.
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.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good DE'o.x-xjo.jss..
The privileges I offer makes my money the easiest and cheapes
in the territory. Call on
J. STUART MCKAY
105 SOUTH FIRST ST.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
V yt l A sX n v7
Manufactures all Kinds of Vohlcklos. Painting Trimming
ancj Ropalrlng Promptly Attended to.
322 South Division Streot - GUTHRIE O. T.
105 West Harrison
NEXT DOOR TO WELCOME GROCERY.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
in Stock all the Time.
FINE BILLIARD PARLOR PHONE 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
Danderine Barber Shop
The Best Place in the City to Get
First-Class ShaveHair Cut
AND A' GOOD BATH
5 W. Harrison;
A W. MoNBAL PBB8IDKNT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Hoard. of Director InDiddltkm to Bank Officers:
ames BtraHODj ? iioracn Speed
and at Lowest Prices.
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop.
UUTHUIE 0 T.
TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
JAMES HILL Prop
A. J. SEAY Vice-Pbkiidknt.
Robert Martin J E CoUlBghl
W. J HORSFALL Chlr
Tlir Hunitrril nmt Fifty-live Accrettll-
eil DflrtHlen l'rescut Stronc 3md'
lutloiin Ailtipteil l)rlrf;Htr In-
(IniRn In a Flcht Icnutlu.
Donnelly ami Urneral
Nasiivili.e Tonn. .Iiily 0. Tho na-
tional conference of the People's party
met at 10 o'clock yesterdny in the hull
of the house of reprosentutlves.sevcrnl
hundred delegate being in attend
mice. The conference was called to
order ly Milton Parks of Texas who
ald this was a conference of men who
believed In the principles enunciated
at Omaha and St. Louis in Populism
straight. J. S. llrndley of Texas was
elected temporary chairman by ncela-
uiation. The conference took a recess of
thirty ml mites und meetings of the
state delegates were held all over the
hall to .select members of the commit-
tee on credentials.
When the conference was again
called to order there were about 40(1
The afternoon session was called to
order at 1:4." o'clock anil ex-Governor
John P. ltucliannn delivered an ad-
dross of welcome.
The report of tho committee on ere-
jentials showed that 3ft.'. delegates
with proper credentials were present
Alabama 3 Arkansas . Florida 1
lieorgia 3d Illinois !M I ml I una 12
Iowa 7 Kansas 2 Kentucky 0 Louisi-
ana 13 Michigan 1!. Minnesota 10
Mississippi 7 Missouri 17 Nobrnska '1
Montana .1 Xew Hampshire 1 North
Carolina 2 Ohio SI. Uhode Island 1
Tennessee J 3 Texas 80 Washington :
West Virginia '.'. Wisconsin It total
The temporary organization was
Several resolutions wore admitted.
'.)ne of the resolutions ottered was to
the effect that hereafter any Populist
who advocated fusion should bo for-
ever ejected from tho rank. Another
leclarcs if a man sells his vote he
should be deprived of tho right of suf-
frage now and forover. If Itutlor
jver attempts to call a convoutlon
tfter tho other parties have hold tholr
conventions ho shall be decapitated
was the sum and substance of a third
Mao I.liulslev of Nashville and John
II. McDowell of I'nloti City Tonn.
;nmo to blows. In a talk on Tonnes-
nos'eo Populism McDowoll referred
Mndsloy whose whiskers nro vory
'cd its u "rod-headed snpsuckor."
Liudtlcy in turn bestowed upon
McDowoll tho oplthot of a "mullet-
headed buzzard" who had sold the
Populist party of Tennossco to tin Ko-
oubllcaus every chance he got.
McDowell mounted the spcakor's
lesk mid rapped Mndsloy over the
bcud with u cane J.lndsloy struck
lilra and the two men clinched. They
ivoro separated howovcr before any
serious damage was done. It seems
that tho two have been on bad terms
for nittuy years.
The majority of the delegates aro
apposed to fusion but somo lively
tlmos aro expected when the commit-
tee on resolutions reports to-morrow.
Ignatius Donnelly and (Juncrul
?oxey uddressod un audience of 40")
people ut the capltol lust night.
THEY DID NOT BOX.
inlllvaii on. I riliilinimiii. Show dreat
id'.prrt fnr Authorlljr.
Nkw Yoiik. July 0 The exhibition
iparrlng bout between Hobort I'ltz-
ilmmous and John I. Sullivan schod-
lied for yesterday afternoon at Am-
oroso park llrooklyn did not tnl;o
place. Martin Julian announced to a
'argo crowd of spectators that tho po-
lice had forbidden tha contest and
that therefore tho principals had con-
cluded to withdraw rather than vio-
late tho law
After Julian had made the announce-
ment Sullivan walked to the platform.
A warm reception greeted him Ho
ipoko In the same strain as Julian. but
added that both he and Pltzslnimons
wore ready and anxloui for a contest
but they would do nothing in violation
at the wilt of the authorities. The
veteran's remarks wero roundly ap-
plauded. Surely MnnlerMl I'f Snper.
Porrrr.Axn Ore. July . Tho second
wife of Sandy Sopor of Cass county
Missouri who killed his first wlfo and
two children bollevod that he had
lied about having killed tho 2-year-old
offspring of tho later morrlago till
last Saturday whon the child's body
was found uear the Willlainotto river
where Sopor said ho had hidden it
Identification wns by tho clothing.
Hurley Ko SUIrli fnr McCoy.
Tnov N. V. July 0. Kid McCoy of
New York anil Mok Hurley of ban
I'rnnclsao met at tho Manhattan Ath-
letic club last uight. Jlurley waft no
mutch for the New Yorker and aftor
being nearly knocked through tho
ropes rofusod to go on. Sict-oy was
declared the winner.
Many llore fnr Cp Colony.
Hiik.vor Ayhes July 0 The lSrltlbh
military commission which came hero
to purchase horses for tho uso of the
British troops ot Capetowu has ship-
ped J 00 animals CZ.
Turkish Trnnpa Capture Knlskulix Aftrr
it Kliarp Plrncslr
Arm s. .Inly a The Turkish troops
after ti sharp light with the Inhabit-
ants ha"c occupied the village of
Kuliik.iba In North Thessaly.
Kalaknba nit hough within tho ter-
ritory 0(.''uptcd Vy the Turkish troops
was under tlrcok administration. The
attuck was made Inst Thursday by n
body of Turks and Albanians. 5000
strong" The Inhabitants fought des-
perately killing mniiv of the Turks
but wore linally overiowrred. Most
of thorn tied to the mountains Tho
others have probably lioen massacred
or tukon prisoners. Tho Turks uflor
pillaging the town destroyed It
NINE VIGTIMS OF STORM.
Pour Klllril 1 1 J Hgtilnltii; nml Tnur
lltiriied Mtul One Drowned
Di'i.inii. Minn. .Inly (V it I now
known that a loast nine persons wore
killed by the storms of Saturday night
throughout northwestern Minnesota.
Of these only one was In the Immedi-
ate vicinity " Of this city he being
drowned nt Proctor Knott a suburb
while trying to escape from a lloatiug
house by mcuni of n sidewalk raft.
Four were struck bv lightning and
four Indians perished in a hnne set
on lire by lightning.
IMipittclien rut tint Niitulirr Sliiln nt
llnmlmy hi l'roiii (mo to 1000.
Iosiof July 0. Speeiul dispatches
from llomhay say that from MlO to
1000 rlotors wero killed during the
recent rioting in the vicinity of Cal
cutta and It is added that native
otliuials put the death roll as high as
l.iscni.v Neb. July
mlssiouer of labor has i
a. The com-
ecetved 100 re-
piles to the questions:
poyV and "What lecislatlou do you
think necessary to rollove the condi-
tion of the farmer'.'" Sventy-one fann-
ers aro of the opinion that farming
does not pay: twenty-one say it does
but mnny of these say it is only when
stock-raising is carried on in connec-
tion with grain funning that a profit
is secured; four sny It pays as well as
anything else and tho remaining four
are unable to say whether It pays or
not. Suggestions as to legislation nro
for anti-trust law bimetallism lower
freight rales govgrniiiont ownership
of railroads an Income tax and a duty
on farm products.
Macon Mo. July u. There was a
disastrous ending to the Fourth of
July celebration at Kthol in this (Mn-
eon) cou nly. A misdirected roman
candle struck an lmmonso package of
explosives which shot oil' In tho midst
of the big crowd oltendtng tho festivi-
ties. Horses reared and plunged
through the crowd knocking people
down right and left women fainted
and pandemonium rclgued. A number
of people wcro struck by tho pro-
miscuously Hying llrouorlcs and
wounds of various character Indicted.
Mlsu King was hit In tho thigh by a
skyrocket whloli tore Its way through
her limb indicting a frightful and
probably fatal wound.
Tlirro !iiilrpMilnni" Dnr I'liriliins.
Ji.fi'i:hsox Clnv Mo.. Julya Iii no-
eoi dance with custom tinvornur Steph-
ens jostorduy pardoned Thoi.ius II.
Itutlcr sentenced fiom ChrUttan
county In 181 to niuoty-nlno years In
prison for murder in tho first degree!
Michael (iilinore convicted In tho St.
Louis criminal court of murdor In tliu
second degree ami sentenced to fifty
years in the peullentlnry and Sain
Cook colored sentenced to tho peni-
tentiary by tho Christian eounty oir.
cult court In Hm for life for murder
In tho second degree.
Mlltoiirl liiiulir Tnllure.
Mi'A'uo Ma July 0.J. P.Craw-
ford Lumber company whiuli oner-
atad cxloiisivclr In Central Missouri
has Hied ns?lgutnwnt pupurahuroof all
lands and tonomentsof the company
in Missouri; also notes bonds und
book accounts all valued nt about
S76.0-IO. Callaway Judopovidouce. St.
Charles and Louisiana banks hold
notes on tho eompauy.
204 Oklahoma Avenue
For Drugs Paints Oils Tablets
Perfumery and Druggist Sundries
at "Hard Times" Prices.
THE STRIKE INAUGURATED.
FINAL OUTCOME HARD TO
THE MINERS DETERMINED.
tiiilrpriuliicc liny Spent In JImiOImI-
In3 In 1'rtiry Npltlnment .Mnrl
llauiiVa Minors Ilnnnil Ity an
Iron Clsit Contrnct 1'IIU-
liurif Miner Are All
PiTTsiutitn Pa. July ft. Tho gront
wage struggle of tho coal miners was
nuugurntcd throughout the Pittsburg
listriut yasterday. It was a day of
inns meetings. Ity a preconcerted
trrttugniuont "' tho district executive
tioanl of the United Ml no Workers
ihectlngs were held In nenrly every
lining settlement that was repre-
ionted nt Saturday's convention in
this city and the miners wore lit-
itrncted not to falter 111 the great
.trugle that has begun.
What effect the meetings will have
en n not be determined until to-day.
When It is learned just how many
urn refuse to go to work then the
magnitude. of the strike will manifest
Itself. Much doubt is expressed as to
the action of the Pittsburg and Chlea-
ro minors on tho Wheeling division of
tho 11. X M. tho M. A. llauna eom-
pnny's minors on the Panhandle who
are working at theOO-cent rate under
in iron-olnd contract and tho New
York and Cleveland miners nt Turtlo
reek. Plum creek and Sandy creek.
The miners of these claim tho miners
ivill MrlWe autl the operative sav. th.-y
The general suspension to those m
a position to know prosoulASomc very
discouraging features. The past win-
ter has been sevoro on tha mining
craft llusiuess ha been very dull
ind in addition the lowest rate ever
puiil In the district prevailed for tho
little work that wns done. Womou
and ehildrun have boon sulTororK nigh
onto starvation and many of thorn
have been wards of tho county. With
spring tho conditions worn u llt-
tlo improved and during the
past month many mines havo
luen running continuously. What ut-
tl lias been made was used in paying
debts contracted during the reign of
semi-starvation. It Is expected at the
meetings to-day to make an effort to
convince tho minors that by reason of
the suspension boiug general victory
Is bound to fallow. It will ho argued
that tho public is in favor of tho min
ers boinir paid it higher price nmt
that general support will be forth
President Hatch ford of the United
Mine Workers Miid: "The success of
the movement naturally dopemU UK)ii
the unanimity with which tho miners
respond. Wo ars ready and willing
to lead the movement but tho efforts
of the miners themselves Is the real
force and we can not full to succeed
If the.y piny tholr part ''
President Hatch ford said ho had
liecn astonished at the great number
of telegituus received by operator ru.
questing permission to operate their
mines by paying tho price demanded
by the miners. These rcqnosU eon Id
not be granted for lilt lenson that to
do so would bo defeating tho vory ol-
oct which the strike I intended to .'u
Wmiiaii Kllleil by IJetil nll
hKTMi.iA Mo. July a A wind atorin
closely bordering on a tornado ao-
coiiipniiiod by lightning passed over
llonlnii and Pett's couulios Sunday
night. Tha residence ot Marlon Pul-
ler ten miles south ot Colo Camp in
Hciilon county was struck by light-
ning and Mrs. Puller killed.
KIllHil hr n llnnili n.plo.liin.
KsWfn. Mat July fc llunry H.
Stone of Chicago wns killed here this
morning by tho explosion of a bomb.
Ho was formerly vivo president of the
Chlcngo. Iturliiigtoii iv(jilpey rnilrond
und reeontly president of tint Chengo
Mr. AllUon DrinniliU n 8Iio(t Unrrii no
Mie InrltT Hill.
Washiito July a In somo ro
speel tha Soimte made gooo prugrMs
.eslrlar disposing of two amend-
ments that placing a stamp ta bolng
Hgrewl to witli little or no opposition
and without the forifinlltv of a rote
while the Spooner amendment pro-
posing n tnrltniivwitigivtiijii was with-
drawn nftor n. protrnoted struggle.
Tho stamp uinoitilniiMit ns agreed to
fixes tho following rntes on bonds
ltoiuls debentures or certificates of
indebtedness Issued after September
15 18BT by any Association company
or corporation on each Sino of flies
vnluo or frnetiou thcivof. S ciils: nnd
on each original issue whether nil or-
ganisation or rtiirgnnl.ntkui. of oerllft-
utltos of stock by nnv mu-Ii Hssoclnllou
eompfiiiy or eorporntiou. on each $100
of fHre vol no or fraction thereof s
coiiU; mid on all transfers of slimes or
eorttlleutos of slook In any association
aompauy or corporation on each Sloo
of face value or fraction thereof 3
Kxoniptloiis fror the stamp taxes
nre made In the esst- of state county
nud municipal bonds and the stocks
and bonds of comparative 'niildliig
Senator Allison in charge ot tho
tarlir hill announced shortly before
the adjournment of tho Satiate that
as no agreement had been ronelipd for
a final vote on tho tiirtl' bill he would
ask tho Sonnto to roniulii In session
to-night at loast until the bill is re-
ported from tho committee of the
whole to tho Senate TIiIn promises a
tost of eiiduranco unless the opposi-
tlou'tn tho bill give way. Mr Mllson's
statement was made after another
ftitilii effort to hare a time lived for
lli-Mnyiir of Arlcuniit lily loir lun-
ula K for it Mini.
AllkASsAS t'lTV Km Jul I. -V.X-Mayor
lieorgo W I nnnmli.nii an-
nniineed to ids wlfo Inst iMi-iiing that
he wns goin lo Kansas it nud a
short tliiio Inter left ostensilily for
that place. He returned nil hour Inter
and stationed himself In nn outhouse
and soon nftor snw a mini approach
tho rear door where he as met by
Mrs ('uuniiiglmm. The Injured hns-
twiltil opened fire on tl mo who
rushed through the house into the
street in. front nnd -whr lost in the
darkness. I'liniiiiighaiu secured tha
Uunicos of uio!tiiiuurntnd together
a thorough sonroh was made of tho
premlsos lint thti inlrudor uns not
found. After returning to the house
ho learned that the party's name wns
Mul.oud a grain buyer of this i'lty. A
stormy session was held beta. 'en Un-
injured husband and the wife after
which Cunningham repaired to it hotel
for the night. Divorce proceedings
will probably be Instituted soon. All
the parlies nre well known through-
out tho state nre wcnlthv nml promi
dent liotli In society and in the iliureh.
Anti-holla Mnaa Montlnc
IClUK Knn. July tl. A rousing moss
ineutiug was held at Kuton s opera
Itoiiso Inst evening to protest ngninst
the pardoning of Willie Hell- fium the
state poiilteiitiarv. The opera house
was pnekod and tho meeting was
unanimous against a pardon Speeches
were iiimlo by Mayor Lodge Hon. J.
M. Allen and n number of lending cit-
izens among whom were some ot the
lioaresl neighbors of the fated Hells
Itlllml l.y MKlitlillljr.
iNDHI'liUDHNOK Kan July 0.
Idghtniliv sU'lick tho house oT Milton
(Irognry III this city; It ran down a
wire ulolliu. line to'vardn the ground
nnd then darted across tha lloor in-
stantly killing Hnm (Jragory aged til
years nnd rendering Jake Urgory a
younger lad iiueoitselous. He has not
ynl reeovortid i-oiiscioiuuess and prob
bly euunot live. The boys wsre sleep-
ing on tlitt II. or. und ti -ir fslhrr nhu
was slso on the lloor was severely
ltnrU Ulnml I'iuiiI llnfute.
Toi'i'KA. Kan. July tl. The state
bosnl of railroad commissioners to-
day rerrived A letter from ths Uoek
Island railroad rouipany in reply to
tliu letter sent out demanding a. re-
duction In the freight charges on live
stock MMl ami grain The com puny
In the letter says it can't afford to ae-
cedu lo the iIbihbbiIs of the commis
sioner and gives its reason therefor.
A.Hi;tl it llwtil llrtillicr.
iiirss. Kan July a Link Cole
ex lily marshal of Km pi re was shot
and killrd at 7-H0 o'clock last evqlug
by Haw Mitchell. Tho trouble was
caused by an okl feud. f'J killed a
Itrother of Mitchell wr a year ago
wliilo having him in custody and in-
sid the city Jail. W kilo no revenge
hiul been declared it yet was looked
Mora lilitmU fur llngUail.
LAMitow July . A special from
Nyriner. N. 8. W . says that Hie Itnl
ls.li wsrshli Wallaroo baa holt. ted the
I !n km Jsek on HuMu-ll Itellona uml
Ntuart Ulsnils belonging to the- Niio-
r-3lliiltter I'riHlrtttiKl Ity Hunt.
Dktiioit. Mich . Inly Hon Oeorge
Van Ness Uilmii l'nltd Mtten ii.lii-
Utcr to HhssIh during a part of Prev
ktant I'levelHRil's first sdinlinslrstion
ntul a prominent lawyer and puliluiiaii
lies critically ill at his residence badly
prostrated by the heat
Fuur Ofitrolt Heath.
DitTiioir. Mich. July a -The heat
bccarcc less unbearable towards oven-
!"' hijt four deaths from pro4traton
Cclr-bmeil for its ircaueav i'ng strength
ami healtlirulness Assures lli ToodaKalnst
alum anil all lorras i r adultcrailon common
to the cheap brands hotai bak.no towokk
OO NKW VOHK.
AN AWFUL DEATH.
(Iiil'l nrrliMl tp l.y n linlinoa anil
lull ll 'I tl.Mllttlllt IVrt
ss J'l'wiisui 'hU n 1'eir.jni
Hill the U venr old -un .if llianp.'et
11)11. an iiiehili-i t n is ilu victim i.f u
M-tisatlniiiil bnlinon e ultnt ycsl i la
in eompimv ivi'li Mi itlney. ilnut liter
nf ln i. iiil'vn he wiiit to I.I.TI s
p.ul. near onkliiiiil In witness 'i hot
nil li.il i.kiii MKceuslmi li Chnrles I on
I .in oi lln Aetne AiliU In elub When
the l illonii shot inl.i II. nlr lln .li.til
i liini' to one of the u i"Hiiin v.is
i. I ii.ft.
!! .ii loiinnl In ml I be shout of
lln n. noli nol In nt ) 11 iiiwi
. ....... -.-..
Ml t'llI'M II lllll I.IIOWIIK.r HlC
When i. .urn or more fe. in
he 1 llO llCIll il Ilia- lifiv's I ll I1
mi iinprnino Hull. i.e.. ilnun II
n I .1 I. his unseen i'. .to in i) ion h.ii. I.I
'ii in. I mmle I'Vi l i' II oil titsiivi I i
I hi lln. fin ooii l.i rllll.l . I
I ' I -I. in M'ld w.is i i ii lied iii r v. f
Ii . I v In n it sii in I H. i n-'.
M. in. il. stmt 111. til liy it Mwr4litl
Mil s . Mil. Iiil 'i Vi uiilnv iio-bf
liboiil I tirhuli W I t iivenee i I
iiniishii hIhiI I. .turn llcnty. n ""iiii
f I. .nl linrncter. fmin Hie rOiei of
wlni b sltn lltil Shi. vi- ill iihl mi
I he iii.ii .liul hud l.ll.i'ii hit- .i I n
lo In i li'iine when he I l hn I i
linn nplowii She In.-.-an Hi nr i
Mm Iml missed her ini '1 i. innr
li.il shot oure tli.' I. nil pa ni"
tin out; Ii 'he loft breast near the heart
When ilrillilc she was consldercit dll-
Piilir I'etinns llriiwiipd i
I.iiiii Horn Ark Jiilv 0.--Kh acci
dent oreurred on lln- iiver Inst mght
which resulted in the drowning of
foul pi oplo. Tim drowned nre M ii
los' s.iundor.s ngod is of Little Itiul.
Miss llly Arber ngeil 10 of I iltlo
I!... Juno Dante of Pine ltliitr .lie.
Hunti if Pine iiiuir
Hlllml lir UsIilnliiK
Itn ii lln.i. Mo. luU tl - l.ror o
lteii i young muriieil man living on
tin Iiilei' farm live miles soullivrt t
ll.'s city was hilleit by lictitao.tf
I ist mgliL
Ihf DillKht r.'lt )y Dlrkciu Chartta
'liitlitMrn uml llityilun.
Ii kens has told us ot tho keen emo-
tion that overcame liliu on ling lu
mint his first "effuilon" dh ho styled
it which he had dropped stealthily ono
fienlng at twilight with fear anil
(rembllns lllu a dark letter-box In a
dark olllce up a lnrk court i.i Fleet
street and how when It appeared next
morning he went tor half an hour Into
Westminster hall "because my cvea
wero so dimmed with joy and prldo
that they could not bonr the street"
says Chambers' Journal. Charles
Mathews the rider describes trie de
light v. ith whbli lie Ka7U on the first
pi oof of his tianslatioii of "The Prm
ei-so of Clfve. wlih Ii appeared by
inuntlilv lnatall'ui-nts in the Lady a
MiiKazine as bouni!h'H and how tiu
fan led the eyea of Kurupe wort- upon
in in and that the laitl. who subs ribetl
to that jverloillcal would unite in tall
Inu; on the editor to Insist In "C M "
declaring himself Poor Ilaydon haa
left a vivid record of the Hutler of
elation with which lie greeted the re-
sult of his having dropped his littlo
composition Into tha letter box ot tho
Examiner. 'Never" he writes "shall
I forget that Sunday mornliiK In came
the paper wet and uurut; in went tho
paper knl fa cut rut. cut. Affecting
not to be Interested I turned tho pttse
open to dry and lo my certain 1 minor
ulity baheld with a delight not to bo
expressed the first wntsneo ot my let-
ter. T put down the paper walked
aliout tha room looked at Mat bet u (a
print on the wall) made the tea but-
tered ths toast put In the sugar with
that Inexpressible Hippressed ohurklo
or delight which alwav attends a con-
dest ceding relluqulslimi at ot an antic-
ipated rapture till one la perfectly
ready. Who baa not felt ilils Whr
haa not done this?"
.Suuietlilnc lo Idiot.
It may be worth something to know
that the vary best luedleino for restor-
ing the tirod out nervous system to a
healthy vigor is Ml a trie Hitters. This
medlei " Is purely vegetable acts by
giving tone t j the nerve centres In tha
stomach gently itlmu'.atoa the Liver
and Kidneys and aids those organs iu
throwing oil impurities In tho blood.
Kleetrio Hitters improves -ho appotlte
aids digostlon and is propounced by
thpso who havo tried it m the very
best blood puriiler and nerve loulc.
Try It. Sold for 80c or 81.00 per bottle
at a R. Itcnfro's drug store.
The 3:90 train U the through Colorado
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 32, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 7, 1897, newspaper, July 7, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73971/m1/1/: accessed November 30, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.