The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 54, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 3, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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CITY IN HKIKF.
I'erional k'olnts and Matter! iranaplrlns;
In and Aliont the City.
J. V. McNeal is in tlio oast on busi-
ness. Pawnee is to hiwe a fifteen bale cot-
George Willis has returned from his
Frank Stearns of Mhawnec is hero
on matters political.
"Buffalo" Jonos vraB up from Okla-
homa City yesterday.
Marshal Nagle wont south on tho
nonn train yostortlay.
Uecgo H- ItlllliiKstoy has gone to
Colorado after his family.
Cattle Inspector Oantolou came-up
from southern points yesterday.
Carl llavighorst is wrestling with a
case of able-bodied chills and fever.
A renewal incroaso of pension has
been granted James II. Ncllor of Clco.
W. A. Prazicr accompanied Mr
UroiiBoti on his vUitto Colorado points.
Danlol DoWcis. one of Ingram's well-
known citizens is in the city on busi-
ness. Mrs. Whcaton of iiutchiuaon Kan.
lb visiting her daughter Mrs. Ifaw-
bush. I'earl Kranuo relumed Sunday from
Houth AmorWa very much improved in
Jasper Hlpcs is up from Oklahoma
City attending tho board of education
Tho old soldiers will hold a reunion
at llalston on tho 8th 9th and 10th of
Dr McUco of Shawnee was mar-
ried last week to Miss Joslo Tlranis
living near that place.
It is said that there arc more hogs in
six square miles around Uaiston than
any other like district in Oklahoma.
Char. Vance the Wlntleld boy who
pitched such good ball for Uuthrio
lust fall arrived today from Wlnfleld.
Urover son of Judgo Ilcaty of Okla-
homa City was shot tn tho face by an
air gun In tho hands of some sportive
Hardin Ebov ono of Oklahoma
City's prominent logal lights was in
tho city yostcrday on professional
I'rof. Snowball the colored pugilist
feucceedod inputting out two of his
colored Lrothren in short order yoster
E. L. Iilincoe the lumber man left
for a visit in Kansas yoslorday. Pub-
lic Weigher Smith will run tho yard
during his absen:o.
A Pawnoo young lady whon asked
why she talked so much said she would
rather bo cngagod-in-convwtteti
than not engaged at all.
Georgo Vlckors ono of the Weft
Mido politicians is over from Alva to
sco how things politically are moving.
Ho Is accompanied by Mrs. Vlckcrs.
Hall's Hair Renewcr renders tho
hair lustrous and allkon givos it an
oven color and enables woiien to put
it up In a great variety of styles
Three men havo bcon arrested at
Sbuth McAlcSter charged with the
killing of J. M. llragg. They arc W.
U Talley Sam liray and ltucic darner.
Stevo liurlco has been ovangcllzlng
Ardmoro and will reach Pawnee about
tho 7th for tho purposo of giving tho
wicked men of that place a round-up.
Oklahoma Olty Oklahoman- Mr.
Ilcidlor Is expected homo Monday or
Tuesday and will take charge of the
pottolllce immediately upon his arrival.
Tho Wobb-l'Vcyfichlag Mercantile
company of Kansas City has estab-
lished a branch houso at Oklahoma
City in tho Oanadlan block Grand
Tho Tecumsoh Herald coasod publi-
cation last week. Tho Herald'a good
will was bought by tho Democrat of
that place and the material by the
Plain People of Barlboro.
Otis Haynes tho 14 year-old boy of
Col Uaynes near Ktldarc lias Wen
adjudged insane nd taken to the .sy-
lum at Norman. The grief of tho par-
ents at parting with theirson was very
The two survlv.ng rolatlves of tho
famous warrior Ulackbawk grand-
sons live in Oklahoma Kaykaykee
aged GO reside in Buckle village and
Kcekccmaytuck aged 48 lives on the
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant.
1Q. YEARS THE STANDARDS
1' C I II
Col Spurgeon left on this mornirg'a
stage for Chandler.
City Clerk tleorgo DeOrolf bns re-
covered from his recent indisposltlocj
Pension Examiner 1'. 1 Hotishce
and family loft for Oklahoma City yc
lerday to roMde
I'oreM Tnrlton did not aeeonipauy
his parcntH to Missouri but will con-
tinue to rcsftle In Guthrie.
Wlnfleld S. Smith who hat been
confined to the houso by sickness 1ft
able to be out and around again.
TTTe Qorman-Amcrkau physician
show struck the city yesterday nA
last night gavo a freo performance
Tho much-expected resolution of
Wlckham regarding bawdy houses
did not appear at last evonlng's ses-
sion of the olty council.
Mrs. Uornborgcr's les cream villi bo
served by the ladles of tho Christian
ohurnh at the lawn 6octal Wednesday
evening at Mrs. Piatt's MO North
The lad! oi of tho Christian church
extend a cordial Invitation to all to
attend the lawn festival Wednesday
evening at the homo of Mrs. II. A
Piatt on North liroad street.
The ladles of tho Christian church
bavo the reputation of being great
caterers and thoy propose to sustain
tho same at tho lawn festival Wednes-
day night. Everyone invited.
W. II. Thorno last evening received
a cablegram from Liverpool announc-
ing tho safe arrival of his wife and
daughter at that place. Mr. Thornu
will join his family in England bo mo
limo in October.
V. M. Ilronson and family loft yes-
terday on tho 3 o'clock train. Mrs.
Ilronson stops at Wlntleld far a visit
of three or four weeks whllo Mr
llronr.ou will continuo to Colorado
points on a business and pleasure trip
Sam Alwood of Plqua O. George
Vlckcrs and wife of Alva F. Hadlock
of Clifton C. A. Stanlcr of Tecumsoh
A. T. Johnson of McLoud Captain
Prater of El Itcno and J. P. Ilcddoo
of Ncodasha Kan are stopping at
P. I. Drown S. Crawford and K. E.
Wainscott from Ponca City. C. A.
Vance of Wlnfleld Thco. Hadlock of
Clifton Miss Morrison of El Dorado
Georgo W. Rollly of Wichita and U U.
Reynolds of Tonkawa arc guests at
The old soldiers ut their rounlon in
Cushlng on Angus! 13 33 and 14 will
give a grand prize to tho best looking
lady Irrespective of race ago or color
and tho best looking baby provided
its father 's a veteran will also be
Tho ladles of tho Congregational
church on the West Bide will hold an
Ice cream social tonight at tho church.
Tho proceeds will bo appropriated to
getting the church completed. The
asslstanco of tho people In general in
this laudable object 1b earnestly asked.
An effort Is being made by the baso
ball enthusiasts of this city to organize
a team and pull off some good games.
A subscription list will bo circulated
this morning and If tho proper encour-
agement lb given a part of the Wln-
ilold club will be transferred to this
W. S. McOraw of New York W. P.
Echlomacher of Fort Worth Joe Mc-
Eacbin of St. Louis 11. R Cannor of
St. Joe Jasper Slpcs of Oklahoma
City. S. 1). MeNagkton of Omaha T.
W. Williamson of Oklahoma City a
D llrown of Kansas City and W. L.
Martin of Wlnliold are at the Uoyal.
Mr. M. Tnrlton and family left Sun-
day for their now homo in Harrison-
villa Mo. Tho young ladles will bo
very much missed by their respective
circle of friends. Mr. Tnrlton has
been Identified with tho interests of
Uuthrio since the opening of tho conn
try in '8J. Tho Leader wlshos thorn
all suece&s in tholr new home.
'Plm Tarvl. flrilrv stfien linn m.I.Ia.I rn
uuuauil Ui ufrHtehWrawora toils
already complete fixtures. Previous
to this addition tho l.aglc was ono of
the largest as well as tho handsomest
drug stores in tho territory and its
proprietors not only know how to buy
puro drugs but also how to keep thorn
A letter from Leslie U. Nlblack an-
nounces tho safe arrival of his sisters
brother and hlmsolf at Itockport. but
says that tho shock and fatigue inci-
dent to tho trip lias caused a serious
but not dangerous illness of Miss
Dayse. They will probably not re-
turn to Oklahoma until the first of tho
L. U. Warner J 0. Long P. W
Smith. W. B. Cllue li. N. Woodson W.
W. HrlghtnUobert Maltuls T. S. Smith
Willis Patterson and W. 3. llrown all
prominont and highly respected citi-
zens of tho city of Newklrk aro named
as witnesses in a caso against Mattio
EckleB of that town charged with
keeping a house of 111-roputo. The
trial is set for next Wednesday Aug-
ust 4 and is exciting considerable
-Our Indian neighbors believe that u
great celestial giant makes tho rain;
that ho nover sends rain to a field
whon a dead unburlcd human Is near.
Tho rain-maker; makes lightning by
striking two huge Hint-stones together.
His lightning strikes 60 many trees on
account of tho snakes that aro hid in
the hollow trco trunks which hu
wants to kill. When it thunders tho
euperstltuous people think and often
say: "The big rainmaker Is mad
therefore ho makes a thundering
Every little while wo read In tho pa
pors that someone has stuck a rusty
nail in the r font or hand aud resulted
In lookjaw of which tho patient died
If all persons wcro aware of a porfeot
remedy lor all such wounds and would
apply it then all reports would coasp
Tho remedy is simple always on hand
aud can be applied by anyone and whut
is uottor 11 la infallible it is simply
to smoke tho wound or any bruise or
wound that is inflamed with burning
wool or woolen cloth. Iu twenty
minutes 1110 stnoue win take the pain
from the worst cases of InlUmation
arising from thU wound.
Street Commissioner llassett is
getting warm under the oollar and
parties who are hereafter cited to ap
pear and who fall or refuse to bo there
will not oniv nave tneir poll tax to
pay but will alto have a bill of costs
! to settle in tho bargain. Ha hss
notified over 100 men to appear nnd
work out their poll tax but nr atten
tion has benn.psld to tuo summons
He cars he has endeavored to bo onsy
In the collection of the tax so as not to
work unnecessary hardship in Bny
case but far from appreciating this
treatment the parties act as it there
was no such an officer as street coin
mUaloncr in existence
m kt 11.
The Hospital Which Wlnfleld Wants
Can He Had by Prompt Action.
Tho attention of the Guthrie club In
onllod to the fnct that it prompt action
is taken this elt- can sueuro tho hos
pltal which Wlnfleld has bedn trying
so hard to secure and noont which so
much has been said lately.
Dr. Williams Inst night received a
telegram from Dr. Georgo Jjmcrscn or
Wlnfleld asking him to como to that
place on tho early morning train for
the purposo of conferring with Father
MelCeruan in rotation to this matter.
Prom Wlnfleld tho three will go to
Leavenworth to sue the bishop.
Neither Oklahoma nor tho Indian
territory has a hospital while there
aro throe locatod at Wichita. This Is
the reason that Wlnfleld will fall to
socuro the coveted Institution as it
has practically been docided by the
originators that the interest of tho
two territories would bo better sorved
by its location hero rather than at
Wlnfieid whero tho ground Is prac-
tically covered by tho Wlch to hos-
pitals. The Santa Fo railroad also wants tho
hospital here and Messrs. .sp Shar-
tel & Cottingham have been doing all
In their power to bring It.
Great crodlt la duo Drs. Williams
and Einorson for their untiring efforts
on behalf of Guthrio in this matter as
It Is owing almost cntiroly to tholr
olTorU that thin city will secure this
mit;h needed institution.
I'nneral of Mr. Nllilack.
The Itockport (Ind ) Journal under
data of July 30 contains tho following
regarding tho death of Mr. 0. O.
"George O. Niblack a former citizen
of Spencer county but later a resident
of Chandler Oklahoma was thrown
from a sticet car in Cincinnati last
Sunday at 8 p m. nnd received fatal
Injuries from which he died a few
hours later. Mr. Niblack had loft his
Oklahoma homo a fow dayB before on
a combined business and pleasure trip
to Washington New York and other
eastern cities and had proceeded as
far as Cincinnati when tho nccldunt
"Mr. Niblack and MissJoslo Vcrhoeff
were united in inarilagoln tho latter
part of the fifties. To this union wero
born six children four of whom aro
living Prank A. Ida Leslie 0. and
Diyso all of whom llvo iu Oklahoma.
Tho wife died in Itockport in lfiaO.
"The body of the deceased arrived
from Cincinnati Tuesday night ac-
companied by a nephew Mr. Win.
VerhociT and was taken to the homo
of his brother Mr. L. A. Niblack.
Tne funeral will lalto lice from tho
Presbyterian church at 2:30 this
(Thursday) afternoon Rev. E. W.
Eisk of Evansville preaching tho
funeral serraoo after which the body
will be laid to rest in the Itockport
''Wra. Verhocir and Misses Mattio
and Matilda VerhopJT of Louisville
relatives of tho deceased arrived in
tho city Tuesday.
"Lcslio G Nlblaok editor of tho
Guthrie (Okla.) Leader arrived Wed-
nesday night frank Ida and Daysc
Niblack will arrive In time for the
funeral at 2:30 this afternoon."
Frank MoMaster editor of McMas-
ter'a Weekly was up from Oklahoma
City Sunday. Ho has sold his paper
to a company and it has been changed
to tho Sunday Globe with J. J. liurke
as manager and editor.
Notb'ng now has transpired In con-
nection with tho killing of "Cute"
llrown since Sunday morning's issuo
of Tho Leader except that tho coro-
ner's jury has found a verdict but It
has not yet been ruturned. It la being
withheld pending tho arrest of certain
parties connected in some way with
tho killing "llabc" Adams was ar-
rested some time after tho snooting
for using his mouth too freely and
will havo to answer tho charge of
endeavoring to incite a riot.
The city council had a special meet-
ing last night.
All tho waterworks bids for digging
the well woro rejected on tho recom-
mendation of tho special committeo to
which tho matter bad been referred.
Tho resignation of Charles Osgcr as
sanitary policeman nnd collector was
A motion was made and carried to
discharge tho two special policemen
recently appointed but was afterwards
changed to one.
U. W. Vampnor of .the paid flro de-
partment was suspended five days
without pny for leaving the city with-
out permission of the mayor.
Mill Ho More Careful Next Time.
A short time sinco a young man
nam id Wainscot attended a dance
which was hold three miles from Poncr.
Olty. In order to Insure a good time
he carriod with him a pint of good
o-be-joyful to bo used In case of
snake bite or other emergency.
Arriving at his journey's end ho t.aw
an acquaintance in the party and
taking him aside asked him if lie
would not like to sample his Bnake-
preventive. Of course he would but
after bo dolug camo the sad part for
young Wainscot It seems that Harp
who had just taken tho drink had
been duly commissioned a deputy
United States marbhal a day or two
previous and without wasting any
unnecessary time in preliminaries he
gently gathered his friend in for in-
troducing whisky and brought him to
the Guthrio fall for safe keeping.
Wainscot Un't sore at all oh no. Ho
has rcsolvod that in the future ha will
find out whether any of his friends
have deputy inarbbaVn commissions
about their persons before he treats
thorn. He also declares that he kept
Harp from being whipped three times
in one night and that Harp has a most
J peculiar way of showing Ul gratitude.
Our Great Challenge
By the masses. Our store news is an excellent antidote for heat and
humidity. It quickens thought; often shows you how to meet a want; -or
better creates what we can supply. We are here as pace-setters to all.
Our Values Are The Guide For All.
We must retain the public confidence. We have been tried time and
again but we always have the goods as advertised.
OUR GREAT CHALLENGE SALE
Will hold good for ten more days; hence come to
The Cuclone" Big Stores.
Z. C. MOORE Sole Proprietor.
Kinnnclpmtlun Celebration at lilanil I'nrk
Next Wednesday August 4 is the
emancipation celebration day. Prom-
inent men all over tho territory havo
been invited to make addresses suita-
ble to tho occasion. Island I'ark has
been secured and no pains will be
spared to make it pleasant. Reduced
railroad rates have been secured for
fifty miles each way. An earnest in-
vitation is extended by U 11. Jackson
chairman aud 0. G. Graitan sccro
tary to turn out everybody and make
it a grand Jay
Aro Opi'oieil to It.
The lawyers of South McAlestor
with but two exceptions aro opposed
to the object sought by tho calling oj
the Sbawneo meeting of members of
tho bar from both territories to formu-
late plans for a combined appellate
court to tako tho place of the present
The Sojth McAlestor Caplul tbuAs
It a Bcheme of tho Santa Fo and au un-
warranted intrusion upon the rights
of tho people of tho Indian Territory.
"Tho South McAlestor bar associa-
tion will call a meotlng Tuesday night
August 3 and take action on this
matter and appoint delegates to attend
the Shawnco meeting. These dole-
gates and all others who may attend
from this point will go to Shawnee to
protest against any movo thai has for
Its object tho bringing of tho two ter-
ritories into closer relatlonsh'p. And
tho protest will not bo mild milk-and-water-platltudca
but will abouud
In vigorous and unmistakable Indian
Territory language which will convey
to those present just exactly what wo
"Tho bar assoslatlons of the terri-
tory will do well to send delegates to
Shawnee. Do not let the Oklahoma
attorneys and one or two west sldo
towns meet and start a movement that
Is the first step toward annexation and
single statehood without a protest
that will bo heard to Washington City.
A step In this direction now will save
an Infinite amount of troublolator on."
The llradleji Fonud Utility
The trial of Wm. llradloy and Sadid
llradloy fcr miscegenation at Pawnee
last week resulted In a conviction.
Ilradley Is tho negro who married a
whlto woman and tho defense relied
on the fact that tho old negro was not
Intentionally violating the law and
that thu woman was weak-minded
llradloy was sentonced to sixty days
In jail and the woman was fined 8100
or thirty days in jill.
Protect yourself agalnat sickness and
suffering by keeping your blood rich
and pure with Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Weak thin Impure blood is sure to re-
sult in disease-'
Hood's Pill's are easy to take asy
to operate. Cure indigestion blllluos-
Qoorgo Hammer of Muskogee made
an attempt at suicldo last Friday by
tho rope routo. Mr. and Mrs. Hammer
retired ne usual that night and lato in
the night Mrs. Hammer was aroused
by the noiso of the chair falling upon
which Mr. Hammer stood whilo he
was lyipjj the knot. Thero was 0 hole
In tho celling for a stovo pipe and it is
said that Hammer hud secured a strong
stick and tied Ills rope to it and put it
across on tho joists and stood eti the
chair and tied the knot as stated above
and then H in thought ho gavo tho
chair a kick and when it fell over
Mrs. Hummer was aroused from her
quiet slumbers to ceo her husband
dangling in tho air. Her screams
aroused a young man who was lodging
at their houso in an adjoining room.
Ho ru'ihcd into the room and it is said
cut thu man down In time to save his
life. The young man changed his
lodging place the next morning.
They don't make much fuss about
it." We aro speaking of DeWitt's Little
Early IUtera the famous little pills
for constipation bllllousness and all
stomach aud liver troubles. They
never grlixs. Seatonlan Drug Co.
Bagle dru store and 0. II. Renfro.
For first-class paper hanging call on
L OhriKen 111 north First street.
A calf at Okarche butted a baby into
a well. Neither woro hurt.
Furnijhed room for rent IIS North
Union-mado netrllgea Bhirts forsa'e
only at the New York Clothing House
It hfials every tu
neart may be tai
ing except a broken
lot HeWitfa Witch
uazel Halve l'ilc.
cuts burns bru
and 1.11 skin trout
It quukly and p
Ian Orug Co. Eag
i and rectal diseases
ises tetter eczema
log may bo cured by
le drug store and O.
The U. S. iQov'v Reports
show Roya. I Baking Powder
superior to all others
Every fifteenth pair of shoes given
away at the Wei come Grocery. On
and after August S until further notice
wo have decided o glvo away abso-
lutely free jt-m'j fifteenth pair of
boots or shoee u tt tatters not wbethor
It bo a 50 cent pair or a 95 pair it is
given free to tsrerj costumor buying
tho fltUsenUi. pair. The cashier will
keep a strict accoun f. as each purchaser
pays for 'iielr bo 9ts or shoes and
thd fifteenth person will have their
money retu rntd No w this is no lot-
tery or drr. wing tm a free gift as we
desire the -public to test our goods.
We have the largest II no in the city
and thoy are mode - pecially for us
and are uot an old job lot of auction
stock with paper sjle and counters.
Wo guarantee every Fa'r M repre-
sented or money rfuuvded. Sale .be-
gins August & ao. T-o Welcome
Are Always Herald
109 & 111 DIVISION STREET.
W. L DOUGLAS
W. L. DoueIii
Shoee became they
are the but.
For alo by
Corner First and Oklahoma
V?i Jrafti f7Mrw?r
4ir r1& c
Is essential to good
health. You purchase health
when you get your groceries
here. We never carry anything
but the best. That is one of the
secrets of our success. "Purity
and Quality" is our motto. As
to our prices they are within
A special sale of
is now going on at
The Yelcome Grocery
The Style pit and Wear
could not be Improved (or
Double the Price.
W. L. Douglas $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the
productions of skilled workmen from the best ma-
terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
We make also 52.50 and $25 shoes for men. and
$50 $2.00 and $1.75 for boys and the "W. L.
Douglas $3.50 Police shoe very suitable for
letter-carriers policemen ana otners naving
much walking to do.
We aro conttantly adding new styles to one
already largo variety and there Is no rea-
son Why ou cannot lie salted so Insist on
having V. L. Douglas Shot from jour
Wo use only the best C-Jf Rossi Calf
(all coloisl French Patent Calf
irencu r.namei vici mu buj.
graded to correspond vritft price
of tho shoes.
ir dealer cannot supply yon
W. L.DOUGLAS Droctton Km.
Guthrie O. T
Has always aimed to reach the
highest standard in dental prac
lice has been a close student
all his life is well educated and
has a long and rich experience.
He succeeds where others fail.
J3T 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 Oklahoma.
Southwest cor- Oklaboma Ave. and First S
Oar ItepalrlDC Department
Is equal to tho best Jn tho country.'
riT .. 1.. ni Vi1rf nnti nnv?Hiinii
bicycles sewlnff machines lock Ueye.il
.. It A. - mm I 4 . kmn nhil -- m .-- .l--l
Umoreiias vypowtnaio urn gBBUiipra
stoves etc. Saw filing and grinding
nf -ir- deserintlon. lawn mowers. I
shears schsors knives etc. Wo are
experts in each of our departments.
E. H. KifAuss
The Ulcycle House 113 Oklahoma
avenue Gutbrie O. T.
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