The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 54, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 3, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
Railroad Timo Table.
Atriilsoi) Toifkn A 8uta F.
NORTH. MAST ANL WEST.
40 a. in.
Arrive I Arrive
Onthrle. ilCan. Clty-IChlcego.
b-tOa.ia. l 6 00p.m. :43a. m-
g.W a. in. no-.mn.n
liopm.1 I tAwlPrlliL
eorrn soon Mn s-nrrnwrar.
" I "Arrive leive" i Airivc . Arrive"
Ncaot)irlc. laoi'itle t v rthlaalvjs'n
iniitf'is p. m.Ii7.M p. m less p. in I8.05 a m.
IK Mud p. ra. ll:trt p. tn 8 us a. m -38 p m.
Ull 3:i0p. tn-l l OTa m I-ncayreleht.
A. J. Corlctns Agent.
Choctnvr Uklahomn & Unlf K. K. Co.
Leave Kl Reno.. ... 0-40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City .... aospm
Arrive Shawnee i:pm
Arrive Sou til McAleter 4 10 pm
Ar rlr. Winter. . I SO pm
At rive Port Smith 11:17am
Arrive St. Louis m s pm
Lave SL Ixinls 8 an pm
Leave l't. Smith II nam
Leave Wlster .... I SO pin
Iclc South McAllsU-r 4.10 pm
Leave Shawnee ... 1 35 pm
Leave Oklahoma City l:0 pm
Arrive Kl Reno ... 10:06 pm
lletweru Oklnlionui City Hint HI Itcno.
Leave Oklahoma City for west 9 06 am
Arrive Kl R.no .. in 05 pm
Leave Kl Reno fore ant 0 40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City 7 40 am
Leave Oklahoma City for west . 3-Mjim
Arrive El Reno 4.5 pm
Leave LI Ileno east .11:15 am
Ai rive Oklahoma City K:80ptn
Tralos to and from iSi'ttirle make connec-
tion at Okiabnma 1 ity
Make close connections at Kl Reno (or
points on the Rock Island north and south.
For rates and Intormalton apply to
J. F. UOLDEN Traffic Manager
South McAlester I. T.
O M M. ULL8WORTH
Agent Oklahoma Oitv.
Traveling Trelght and Passenger Agent.
Oklahoma City. O T.
A Il&pe from the Ocean.
The largest marine plant and pro
bably one of the hlghmt plant known
on this glob. Is n clemitlc seaweed.
ft itrrrorrntla. Utetlfiaiofwhirri 1ms
lirrn fonnd 16 grew as rniTrTr-irii. 4HH
lonp. It was first discovered not far
frwm-Hir iMnnJinn rnnsf Inn linn slnrn
bwn found floating In various parts 01
th Par I fir orpsn along the Anirrlr-aii
and Aslatlo ahoros. The mnepd jtrows
In a ver rnrlous manner Largo
quantities of It aro found at a llttlo
distance from shore and at depths not
weeding 300 lt On loamy bot-
tom largp thl.kus of this plant tnke
root nnd a stem of the thickness of
ordinnn cord grows upward. At Its
top then Is a pear shaped halloon.
wlilili rtow"i w!th the stem and when
it reaches the surface of the water It
often measures six feet and morn In
lenpth. -sv Hit h diameter of 4 feet fi
Infhes. The balloon has of course an
upward tendency nnd keeps Ihe stem
growing until it llonts on the surface of
the water. Prom Hie top of this hal-
loon a large tuft or strong thick spade-
like leaves prows out. whkh originally
are not more than two feet long and
which grow nnd split until from the
balloon 1: roe-llke growth of from 60
to 05 foct in diameter covers the water.
This Ripantic weed grows In such
quantities that near the shore largo
meadow-like Islands nro formed which
impede navigation. Tho natives of tho
Aleutian Islands make manifold uses
of this plant. Prom the strong dried
items thev make rope 250 feet nnd moro
long while balloons of this weed fur-
nish them with large vessels after they
nre dried the smaller ones being used
in their boats to hall out water. The
long leaves having lieen dried are cut
into narrow strips and used for wick-
erwork the making of baskets and
T II. UEAItn
1 1 vi Uncial attention to checking count t
retails In Oklahoma and Kansas. Has liau
many jeats expcrleni c and makes no charge
unices uork ls.ut'.l.icui
r- STKVKNS.M D.
OIHce over Out brie National bank.
Room 6. OOlce recently moved from second
Boor of Scaton's 1'ivj ture .
fyilOMAS S. WIIITK
Washington. D. C
itooms 1(8-5-9 Atlantic HaUdlug
Mtnlne. Land and Patent I.tw a Spscialty
AVID L. QITT
No. 623 V. Street N. W.
i'ora:rly Principal Examiner Pension
The pension policy of the future will In all
probability be more liberal. Rejected cases
solicited Correspondence Invited.
"tTATSON E. COLEMAN
Land and Patont Attornoy.
Washington D. C.
Washington Loan and Trust Ul'dg.
UKPERENCE8 Hon. M. V. Allen U. B. Sen-
ate; Hon. Lafe Pence Klnderhook N. Y.
lion. John a Uell li. 0.1 Uou. J. D. Hicks
pilANK II. CHObTHWAITM
f Washington D.
1320 V Street N. W.
Una Pactlce a Specialty.
THE NAME CAME BACK.
The Work of AnU.
An officer of Uie British army while
calling upon some ladles lit Ceylon
was startled by a rumbling sound. The
ladies started with affright and tho
nest Instnnt they stood with only the
sky abovo them; thu roof had fallen
In and lay all about leaving them
miraculously unharmed! Tho ants had
made their way up through tho beams
hollowing them out until a great part
of the framework of the houso was
ready to fall at the slightest shock.
linemen's Arulcu bnlvo
Tho Heat Salvo tn tho wor'd for
Outs DruUcB Sores Ulcers Halt Khoum
Fovor Sores Tottor Chapped Hands.
Ohilblnlnti Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions and postivcly euros Piles or no
pay required. It Is puaranteod to kIvo
nurfect est'sf action or money refunded
Price 35 conta por box. For Sale lly
0. It. Uknfiio. Guthrln.
Dougherty tho photographer has
secured the services of Mr. S. A. Old-
Held from St. Louis for tho next
thirty days. Mr Oldllold comes to us
lilghlv recommended as an artistic
photographer and Is up-to-dato In all
tho latest styles of poslntr and light
log. Mr. Dougherty invites his pat-
rons and friends to gtvo him a call.
Sco Smith tho bill distributor.
And for Awhile the Doctor Joulil Not
Bee tlm Humor of It.
It Is a familiar contention among
pfcJvotogist-Umt an Incident once
thoroughly presented to the human
mind cannot be offneed from the mom-
urt' shys tno Vashiugton Star. In this
ronneetlon r. Cyrus Unmlln the well-
known missionary to Turkey nnd the
founder of Hobert college Constantino-
ple Is reported as telling a humorcyis
story. Among Dr. Hamlin's friends
Bad substantial helpers was a Phila-
delphia gentleman whose name could
not bo recalled by the doctor who wsss
then In Turkey. Krcry Incident con
nected with tholr Interviews even to
the street and number of the house In
which lils benefactor had lived was
as plain to the doctor as If the events
had occurred but yesterday but to save
his life he could not think of the gen-
tleman's name. As time went on this
failure of" memory caused him serious
annoyance nnd he adopted nil sorts of
expedients to bring back tho name
Ho would tnke tho letters of the alpha-
bet one at a time nnd think over all
the surnames he had ever heard but
to no avail. Thon in his imagination
ho would start down tho street where
his friend had lived enter the house
go through tho ceromony of Introduc-
tion and repeat word for word as
uoarly aB ho could romomber It the
conversation which had taken place
between them but still he could not re-
call the name. When after thirty yoars.
he returned to his native land on a
visit he took the trouble to go to
Philadelphia in ordor to settle the
question which had been putting him
so long. Ho visited tho house but
found only strangers who could toll
him nothing of tho people who had
lived there bo many years before. So
finally Dr. Hamlin abandoned the
Boareh thinking that hero at last was
1 casu whero something had bsen thor
oughly presented to tho human m!n
and as thoroughly effaced.
Ono night nfter ho had returned per-
manently to this country ho attended
a largo dinner whoro wore several dis-
tinguished psychologists. During the-
evening the conversation turned upon
tho subject of tho memory and tile well-
known scientlllo prlnclplo wan dls-
cussod. This wns too good an oppor-
tunity to bo lost and Dr. Hamlin pro
ceeded to relate his experience at
length as an example of tho opposite
kind. Ho wns of course listened to
with great lntcrost and as he ap-
proached the end of his story lie said
with great Impresolvonoss: "Oontlo-
men there was an Incident presented
to my mind moro thnn forty years ago
and I have not boon nblo to Uilnk of
tho name of Cnpt. Roblnion from that
day to this." When his climax was
greeted by a hoarty burst of laughter
tho worthy doctor looked round In
great nstonishmoiit for ho thought he
had told a pretty good story and could
tee nothing in It to provoko mirth. It
wns some time before tho truth of the
matter dawnod upon him.
KNEW TWENTY PRESIDENTS.
Henry llnrunrd Acquainted with Alt V.f
eept the Plrst Three.
fr -omnion education In America per
haps 1I1.111 anv other man celebrated
the eighty-sixth annlvornai.v of his
birth in Hartford Conn . hli native
town on Jan. 24 says tho New York
Press In spite of his foui m-ore years
and six Mr. Darnnrd dos not think
that he m (l oM enough to stop
working He Is to lie found at his desk
In his beautiful library anv eek dav
tevising Dome of the 800 paniphlK he
has published on educational subjects.
He ta)H that after some eev nt year
of It work has come to be u habit with
him. "It's apt to be so In this climate."
he tells his friends. The high efficiency
of our public school system i largely
due to the energy and persevcran r of
Mr DnniHiil He began tvorking t.i
Improve It when he was a memhei of
the state legislature from 1S37 to IS 40
when he suggested the passage of an
act providing for tho recording of
school statistics and their publication
by tho comptroller. This was followed
by other nets among them one for the
better supervision of common schools
and ono for the building of better
schoolhousea. In 1843 he visited the
schools of ovory state In the I'ulon and
spoke on education before seventeen
legislatures. He mudo the acquaintance
of the leading teachers In sixty Amer-
ican cities and corresponded with
them for years after. Prom 1S30 to
1812 he was secretary of the Connecti-
cut board of school rommieloners:
from 1842 to 1849 he was school com-
missioner for Hhode IiIhiuI. from
1860 to ISol rtiperintendem of Con-
necticut Htate school-. ind from
1857 to 1RG9 president of tit- Ini-
verslty of Wisconsin hen until
1867 he was busy writing on educa-
tional subjects particularly in his
Journal of Kdncntlon. which he had
established in 18R5. He also Issued In
1S86 the American Library of Schools
and Education and began to agitate
for a natlonnl bureau of education.
Jnmos A. Garlleld was among the Qrst
to Indorse Mr. Barnard's work. He In-
troduced a bill In Congress effected Us
passage and Mr. Ilarnnrd talked Presi-
dent Johnson into signing it. The
president did more than that he ap-
pointed Mr. Ilnrnard commissioner of
education. Through the general in
terest which from the beginning of his
career he excited In his work Mr. llar-
nard was brought Into intimate rela-
tions with many public men. He knew
personally every president of the
United States except the first three
With most of them he wax on terras of
SHE RUNS AN ENOINE.
A Plucky Western Woman Who Hoes
Iter Hutband's Woik.
Bakery and Ice Cream
2 1. o. o. p..
(vlAOMIRebekah Lodge No
IM meets every Tnnrsaay evening at tss
in Odd fellows ball la the Welnborgur build
Ing Visitors welcome.
IlIltDK SCOTT N. O.
KATIE McWETHY. Hec y.
GUTHH1E Camp No. 3 Woodmen ot the
World meets every Monday niirht In the
K. of P. hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
tome. J IJ. TOWEKS Clerk.
LI) PKN'TECOST Con. Com.
OUTUnit LODOK NO. 2
A. F. & A. M. Itepilar meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
incacu mourn si bociock.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
II. V. ARDKHY Sec
A. J. CORKINa. W. M
GUTHUIE Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. meets
Thursday evenings of each week at 7:30
lu Victor block corner First and Harrison.
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
P. P. tlATCHELL II W.
O. O. PINCH Kecorder.
Special attention given to
socials and parties. The latest
kind and style of ice cream put
up and delivered to any part of
the city. The Jlnest assortment
of candy just received.
GUTHKIE Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meets
every Wednesday at 7:30 In their hall
iu the Victor block corner Plrst and Harri-
son. Visiting knlirhts are always welcome
JAMKS M. WHEUi.KU C C.
J. FOUGAItT M. ot P. and 1C. of K. b
OHM Meets every Tuesday night In K.
hall visiting cmetM anvaye wet-
M. II. CIIRRKY. Chief of Records.
OTUItlK Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. P. meets
wavn wplc ne.
P W HITTEHBUSOH N O
VC3 Monday night of each week at 7:30. Vis-
ttlnc Oua i'now hijv wn
P W HITTEH
O W. HIlDOh. Sec'y lock box JT.
OKLAHOMA Encampment No. I I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening tn Odd
poiows hall at 7:30. All vlsltlne patriarchs
welcome A KREHB. C. P
II L VTHOirUH Bcrllie
MUTUAL UENKPIT TO LADIBS.--We
furnish employment proc rt help; buy
sell or exchange fancy articles novelty
roodr periodicals etc.
WOMEN'S INFORMATION HURKAU.
Room SO Lyon Ulclr
ro. narrtconanri Division
J B. FAIRFIELD
The best grades ot Coal al-
ways in store. The McAlester
a specialty. Prompt delivery.
eSsrOflice and yards 605 W
Harrison Phone 20.
hi- tetr-tfJsH wp
CLUB OF PARIS.
roo SM 0 BY
Tho Lndles' Club has Just given n
pnrty to celohrnto Its birthday snya it
Paris correspondent of London Truth.
Aton wero Invited a thentrlcal per
formanco was given by amateurs all
mombors of tho club with the exception
of ono who wns a man. Gen. Fcrvler
tho grand chnneollor of the Lenlon of
Honor wns nmong the guests an!
stayed until the ball which followed
Mmc. do Marsy the president told sev-
eral mon that the cluh whs prlmarllv
Intended for unmairled lhliog and wid-
ows. She Is on her gunrd against tht
doml-mondo elements which as I have
remarked Is always n lurking danger
threntonlng femlntuo gatherings out-
aldo tho icrole of private Ufa. No can-
didate la put up without a searching
Inquiry Into hor private life nnd Hhe
must glvo roforeiues. The Ladles" Club
Is a very tnmo adaptation. What would
militant members of tho Pioneer say to
this hy-li ": "No married indy is elig-
tblo unless with hor husband's written
consent? ' This Is disappointing. One
of tho grievances ot tho woman's rights
party is tho Fronch law which prevents
a married woman from carrying 011
btislnoas unless with hor husband's con-
sent. This was ono of tho most of-
quotcd Instances of the unfnirnoss of
man-matlo law. Hare was n chance to
proclaim tho Indopondouce of the
French woman. Tho commltteo of the
Ladles' Club has missed It. Perhaps
thu conclusion Is to bo drawn that wo-
men like men have tho prejudices of
their timo and country.
Henry BstnaTil WHO inar-dtme-mortrj- itrs. Annie Shnnlvnu of Tulnre
r!lms to b the only woman onglnoer
In ralifornlA and Is proud of tho dis-
tinction nays tho San Francisco lOxom-
ler She has been runnliiK the onglnn
for the planing mill at Mountain Home.
In Tulare county for over a year and
ahe llkos the work although a great
deal of It Id the roughest kind.
Mountain Home Is a hamlet that ox-
1st more on account of tha plening
mill thn anything else and "the peo-
ple there are of the rough sturdy sort.
'We never had no man hero that runs
that engine like she does" said ono
of the men. "It never stops a minute
during the day and always goes as
etuooth and steady as one of them
eight-day clocks." It Is over three
vears since Mrs. Shnnlvan and hor
husband arrived nt Mountain Home.
They came from the east where the
husband hnd charge of the motive pow-
er of a big llonr mill and got big pay.
Hut his lienlth broke down and so they
came to Mountain Home whore ho took
charge of the engine In the planing
mill. For ti timo he Improved In
honlth but finally hnd to glvo up and
let his wife do hla work. There was
nothing clso to do for money was
iwnrce and slcknoss wns oxponslvo.
And tho woman has done the work sat-
isfactorily over slnco. Sho does oven-
thing about the engine from shoveling
the fuel under the boiler to making the
repairs and keep everything In tho
best of order. "Do 1 like my work?''
she replied in answer to n question.
"Of course I do. If I didn't llko 11 1
couldn't do It well and then I would
bo discharged." Sho was ntnndlng
with ono hand renting almost nlfectlon.
ately on the throttle valve and mndo
11 pretty plcturo for she Is a good-looking
woman and of evident refinement.
Mrs. Shnnlvnu wears no groaBj Jumper
nor Is her fnce black and grimy with
oot. Infltond sho Is always attired In
nont-flttlng clothes ot pretty colors and
her fnco and hands nro kept as clean
113 they would lo If sho wero engaged
In ordinary household duties. Tho on-
glno room is ns neat as any kitchen In
"The clothes problem" sho said
"was n dinicult one to me at first.
HverythliiK KCts dirty nnd of courHo
skirts mo likely to catch In somu ot
the genr oh 1 hnvo found out. Bloom-
ers? No. I wouldn't wear bloomers. It
Is all right to do 11 man's work when
ono hns to but wearing hla clothes la
another matter. Tho way I solved tho
problem wns to make my wulut und
skirt of thin wnsh goods so that I could
change thorn ovory day. 1 havo plen
ty of timo to do the washing hero and
can Iron thorn at night. At firs'. I mndo
tho skirt long like thoso I had always
worn but last summer It caught In
tho crank right thoro nnd I had my
hand nnd kneo badly hurt. 1 1 Jtho goods
had not boon thin nnd torn I would
havo been killed."
And tho Best
"SPECIAL 11KEW" F0JI FAMILY USE;
24 I10TTLES FOIt 51.00.
PHONE NO. S&
Burning Itohlnp skin diseases In-
stantly relieved by DoWitl'a Wltoli
ll&sal Salve unequalled for ontf
brulsos burns. It bonis without lea
Intj a scar. Seatonlnn Drug Uo Magic
driiR moro and C It. Kenfro.
For Dr. TalmaRo's "Tho IBurth Olr
died" or his famous tour around tho
world. A thrilling story of savage
and barbarous lands. Four million
T-tlmago books sold and "Tho Kartb
Olrdtcd" Is his latest and greatest.
Demands enormous; everybody wants
this famous book. Only S3. 50. Big
book big commission; a gold mine for
workers. Credit given frolghtago
paid outfit free. Drop all trnm nnd
Gcll tho King of Books and 111 alto S.100
per month. Address for an tilt and
territory People's 3041 Mnrkot Btroot
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest ot all In leavening
Strength V. S. CJov trnment Report.
Vim vigor and victory these tiro
the chnraoturistlcH ot DcWItl's Lllt.o
Burly lllscrs tho famous llttlo pills
tor constipation tillllousnma and nil
stomach nnd livor troubles. Seatonlnn
Drug Co. Baglo drug Moro and 0. II.
On .Inly S3 9(1 and 30 August 3 0 uunri
13 wo will soil tiekot to Chicago for
$18.4nnd to St. Louis for $1 1.8.1; oorriw-
nonilng reduction tn aW points east.
Tickets limited to continuous passage.
A. J. Corkln Agent.
A Unreal" In Unllirlo Kenllr.
Business lot In thu heart of tho city
nnd five room residence largo grounds
abundance of fruit and Miado trees
This property must bo Mid soon and
will go very clioap. Unqniro at The
John Orlflln of Zaucsvlllc O save:
"I never lived n day for thirty rears
without snUerlng agony until a box
of Do Wilt's Witch Hazel Salvo cured
my pllcb " For piles and rectal
troubles cuts bruihcs sprains orzsma
and all Bkin troubles DoWltt's Witch
Hnieel Salve Is unequalled. Soatnniaii
Drug Co. Kaglo drug btore and C. P.
What We Display
or what we adver
Use. are no indications of the
quality of the dental work we
do. Every branch of dentistry
is handled by us iu its own par
ticular way. We nuaranu
thorough work in every little
detail. "We guarantee complete
G. A. HUGHES D. D.S..
The Leading Dentist.
Ovor Hank Indian Territory.
Soo Smith tho bill distributor.
Thoro Is a timo for everything and
tho timo to attend to a cold In wlion ll
starts. Don t watt till you havo con-
sumption but provcut It by using Ono
Aiinuto uougn uurc tno great romedy
for coughs 1 olds croup bronchitis
and ull throat and lung troubles.
Seatonlnn Drug Co Kaglo drug store
and C. R. Unfro.
A Colorado Summor
Dllfors from suminors olsowhero. Tho
altltudo of Colorado If ono to thtcomllnft:
limit Is grateful not enervating. Tho
ltc.cky M i'iiiIiiIdh of Colorado tiro mug-
nlllcont To bo out of doors iu this Men I
region hutting ltsliing. and mountain
climbing Is 11 line tonic fnr tlm tired li
IliHtruted book "A Colorado Summor"
mailed free by uddroslng V .1 . ilnck
(1. V. A. A. T. & S. F. ny.Topoka Kas.
I Thu best way to go Is via tho Hanta Fo
Tailoring Cleaning and llcpnlrlug
Dyeing a Spolalty.
lit W tUrrlann.
FIITY DOM.AUS A WKKIC KASII.V
made. Agents wanted In every locality
tor Hun. w. J llryan's Rrcat and only
book "The First llattlc." Tho best seller
ever InroJucod. Agents arc taking; as many
.in i) (inters ncr weelt. llewarc of fraudu
lent Imitations Send (or outllt and begin
work at once W II. CONICKY tM-
1'ANV. X'ubilshcrs 311 Ucarborn street
tVbn eat. think
of some ilmpla
thing to pattnl?
Wanted An Idea
Prolect your Mnt i thor mar tir
Wrlli. JAUM WtllllRllllltllM ('(
Brs. Wa.tilnatnn ll. (1. tot tbelr !. prlts offer
tad new Ittiut ou lUuuuuil Inttntloni wanted
St. Louis k San Francisco Kail-
way. The popular throuRli car route (ram Ar-
Kansas miy anu iviater to aw points in aus-
Terrttorv. Texas. Ooloradu. Wvomlne
New and Old Mexico Arlsona. Idaho Mon-
route to St. l.oI and alt points east
souri Arkaaa. Kansas. Oklahoma Indian
tana Nevada California. Washington and
e Prtseo Line Is also the most direct
LO ML. l.aaiK .ibjI nil nnlntc Mint Ml.
. rT.r ..-T":- ---"-."- ----.?-
16 TO 1 SHOTS I
Silver Dollar Saloon
F. 51. WYATT Prop
Victor Dalldlnt. corner narrUonand First
Tho best of Liquors and Wines In
stock. All brands of Ileer Cigars and
AObacco. Free Lunches served on
Saturday ovenlngs. Patrons aro al-
wed to Battle the financial question
'bile doing business with this popular
gant Pullman Palace slueiMrs. rocllnine
chair cars (seal (re) and coaches on all
Tbe Frisco is always first to get out of old
ruts and Improve IU (acuities for handling
passengers and Irelfbt.
Tbe 8b est slMpiag cars
Another advance Is tbe
To do the express business of this company
Tba above express company covers lines
siniic i'i toe ut
lor tlme-tabUM. maps rates and full par-
e Atlantic t- the Gulf and none
igner pan weiis-rargo
licfilara addrws nearest agent uf the Prtseo
ir iu? itittyw
O. I'. YOAK
Line or the
UM Qen'l Mangr
o t NionoLSOK. tfr1"
WI NODLE. T. F.iW'"0-
South McAlester t T.
Discipline Is the education of man's
spirit. Gpd moans thut we shuuid
come to It ediieutod through suffering
and disaster. Indeed almost all knowl-
edge of remedies lighthouses along the
ocoan shoro sanitation and acquaint-
ance with the laws ot nature all have
been purchased at the cost of
suffering and loss. Through every
sorrow Ho seeks to bring Into our soul
some suggestions of patience and vic-
tory. Through every disaster lie seeks
to broaden the seopo ot His grace
Out of nil of life's sorrows nnd experi-
ences Ho sooks to discipline us and
make us met for tli kingdom IUv
It. A. Gaorge.
They'll I'rolmbly DohI.Ic l- mis Yrar.
Last yoar the cueumbtr crop .f in-
dluna pat. it Is said about 100.000 into
th pockets of the farmers and the
doctors got about as much more.
fJIUwS lirgj) oJgJ
Sale of All
IN THE HOUSE
is the time to grasp the best opportunity to secure the biggest bargains
we have ever offered. Our entire stock of
AND - BOYS'
AT ACTUAL COST.
And in many instances where we have but small lots left at less than cost. We
have bought for the fall and winter the largest stock of Clothing ever brought here
consequently we must have more room; hence this Clearing-up Sale of All Summer
Goods. Don't delay. Now is the time. Save money n anything you wear.
Everything in Summer Weight Stuff in the house goes at prices you never before
heard of in these parts Men's Suits Boys' Suits Shirts Underwear Hats Straw
Hats Pants Caps Neckwear Hosiery Night Robes; in fact everything in the
house goes at a lower price than can be had elsewhere.
Attend this Clearing-up Sale at
A CliHiuaiineIrliiUluj; Negro.
Among the holiday purchasss of a
negro ot America Ua. were thirty bot-
tles of Imported champagne which k
paid for in gold.
A Valuslile l'rescrlulioo.
Kdltor Morrison of Worthingtoo
Ind. "Sun" writes: "You havo a val-
uable prescription in Electric Hitters
and I can cheerfully recommend it for
Constipation and Sick Headache and
as a general system tonic it has no
equal." Mrs. Annie Ktohlo 3CS5 Cot-
tage Grove avenue Chicago was all
run down could not rat nor digest
food bad a backache which neer lett
her and felt tired and weary but six
bottles of Electric Hitters restored her
health and renewed her strength'
Priced SO cents and 61. Get a bottle at
0. It. Benfro'a drug store.
Lsmii i 1 1 igjjy
Oklahoma Avenue and First Street.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 54, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 3, 1897, newspaper, August 3, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73994/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.