The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 69, Ed. 1, Friday, August 20, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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For Abstracts Loans and Insurance see W M. Bronson raar of Bank of Indian Territory
l'imple. 1 to! 'iei t I 11 kin nt- ml touch
v T tno'hy kmiii lunc w .iivr.ilp dry
tout and falling linir ami lby Weinl'lie?
prevented bv I'itii t'Bi 80 p tlio mwt
1 ST tie kln pnrifrlnjt nml lienutlfylne
'jip In the worlit n pII r purost and
weftcst lor toilet luth ami imrmty.
P U ttM throw ir1 "nl it " ToTTti lr o
ilRnmlaCi Rrlr . ft ! t 1 HA
I" 11 W Id I' fTttil r Uumnrt milled trrr
EVERY HUMOR '. TTfttti.vr
Matters Happening About the
City and TClse where.
B. S. McGu to Is over from Pawucc.
Dr. Q. D. Mui.fc'-'" In up from Okla-
homa Temple Uouston is In the city from
The school population of the terri-
tory la 83705.
Auctioneer J. U. Miller Is driving a
bran new fiurrpy.
Fresh oysters are on tap again at the
short order houses
0. V. I ub.rtf Is registered at tbe
Okla from Newton
Mrs 0 D Colling and
Hitchcock are here from
registered at the Royal.
Mrs. W. 1).
Hobcrt Oliver from
stopping at the Okla.
III Sheriff J. A. Hanson was down
from Perry yesterday.
Dennis T. Flvnn went north on the
afternoon train yesterday.
The United States court Is to be
taken away from Tahleqnah.
A II. Classen and Sam Murphy wore
up from Oklahoma ycstcrlay.
E V. lloyt of the Ponca Courier
waa in the city again yesterday
J 0. Kimball cainoovcr from Chand
er yesterday with W. M Allison.
Mr and Mrs. William Itrown wore
over from Crescent City yesterday.
A park ioclal will be given next
Tuesday nml Wednesday eveninsri in
the Christian church ly " ltie lin
Jolly Dick IMunkelt was la lha olty
yesterday from the Osage country.
Dick expects to be chief rtt police of
that nation soon
A football team is to be organlzid
at once and all Interested in the game
are requested to meot at the ofllcs of
J. W. Wilson over the lice Hive at
8 o'clock this evening.
Considerable bitterness was shown
at the council meeting last night over
the tabling of Wiekham's petition re-
garding bawdy brumes For a tlmo It
looked as if thopneoof hair would
ralso but sober counsel provailcd and
no damage was done.
II 11. .lagan is threshing his wheat
Yesterday he threshed the wheat
raised from thirteen acres and it
yielded 303 bushels machine measure.
Last year the same ground yielded 373
bushels. Mr. llagan threshed 851
buslnl of oats from eighteen acres.
Sheriff Harrows and pos.c returned
to Oklahoma yesterday from their
hunt for 1'ie bandits that held up the
Santa Fe passenger. They followed
the trail from the sccno of tho hold-up
to tho Kickapoo line but at that point
all trace of the robbers was lost. No
clue to their Identity was oblaiucd.
At the Colored MonV Protootlvo
league meeting at 1'crry yesterday the
following oftlccra wcro elected for the
ensuing year. B. I. Saddler Guthrie
president; J. W. 8haw Perry secre
tary; U T. Taiiucrro rcrry vice
president and II. L F. Hands F.nid
The board of regents of tbe colored
Agricultural and Mechanical collcgo at
Langston mot in this city yesterday and
organized by electing Itev. I- II. Uolt
of this city president and B 0. Tyler
of Kingfisher secretary. The board
will visit Langston today to meot
the citizens to discuss plans for the
M II MoyncLuu cf Oklahoma camo
in on the It o'clock train last night.
Attom07 William M Allison is ioj-
fltercd at tie Capitol from Chandler.
Prof. J. O. AiIimi of tho l.dmond
normal was up from that placo yes
.1 J. Kinney head of tho spcclil
agents of the Santa Fe was here yes-
terday. Stephen li. Uowen of Crescent City
was granted an Increatc of pension
Mrs. D. I. llill loft for Jcilcr.on
yesterday to attend her sister who li
ill at that placo.
A delegation from tho Vilas strcot
colored M. E. church gave a conceit at
Langston last night.
Lost A ladies' small brown pocket
book. Finder to keep the money and
return book to this oflioe.
Fine music and an enjoyable tiim
as6urod at the park social at tin
Christian church August 33 and 31.
The colored Itaptist-i of Oklahom
and Indian Territory aro holding thl
second annual convention in this city
J. W. Trotter yosterday lllod 6iilt li
district court against tho beard o
county commissioners for S37fii 43 01
Judgo liurford and John Dille of E
Reno aro In tho Wichita mountain)'
picking up gold nuggets and living on
W U. Knittle traveling passenger
-nt of thu Clover Leaf was hero yos-
jrday in connection with O. A It
rates to IiulTalo
Tho city council Is to be enmmonded
for Its action last nlwht in ordering
weeds cut down along the Btrceta and
sidewalks but why oh why can they
not go a step farther and compel the
eyesores on vacant lots to bo eradi
cated'1 These weeds must be cut some
tlmo and why not do It at once and
stop unfavorable comment from Btran-
gers In tho city'.'
Tho maddest woman in tho Indian
Territory is a Wagoner married lady
who on a recent night sat up until
1 o'clock waiting for her husband tn
come home from lodge. Oh' no she
wouldn't do a thing to him. Finally
utterly worn out by long and fruitless
vigil she went to her room to retire
and found her missing husband in bed
fast asleep where lie had gone 'Im-
mediately after supper instead of go-
ing to lodge
Joe Pentecost is now a full-fledged
night policeman having been con
Armed as such last night by tho coun-
cil. Tho opposition to Mr. Pentecost
hns never been as to his fitness for the
place but has been caused solely by
matters personal. He has had twenty
year's experience in various posltlouH
as peace preserver and theio is no
doubt but what time will show tint
tho council did the tight thing in con-
firming him for tho placo.
Governor Ilarnes yesterday refused
to rciuovo Probate Judgo Orthogg of
D county. It will be remembered that
a petition was filed about six weeks
igo asking for Mr Ort'uogg's removal
on tho ground that ho had not been a
practicing attorney for two years pre-
vious to his election. Tho governor
took tho ground that he had been
sleeted by tho people that tho people
ought to know enough to elect whom
hcy wanted and Inasmuch as there
had been no mal-admlnlstratlou thown
he ' U.cd to interfere wltn the
cholco of tho people.
Practice economy in buying medi-
cines as in other matters. It is econ-
omy to got Hood's Sarsaparllla becauso
It contains irons medicinal valuo than
any other 100 doscB one dollar.
ilool's Pills are the only pills to
take with Hood's Sarsap&rilla. Cure
all liver ills.
AS OflBBjEE IB.
JIis MimiicJ3. Wlicrlei Wiits
of This City
The U.ttu of KIwikhI. Ill urder (Into
of July s contained the following from
MlMiMlnnto II. Whwlar regarding her
lmprrslons of Oklahoma.
Somo tlmo slneo I left Itouhlor Colo.
In all the bnnnty of bud an 1 bloHom
With a inngnlflcont prospect of fruit and
harvest and iournoyed to Guthrie Okla-
homa. I ipant cotiio wwks In that coun-
try which bds fair to rival many of lir
ulster rountrlei In rlliuatp and product?.
Wlien one rinpmbr how new Guthrie
l they are astonished at the !re and tho
durability of Its Imlldliis and the num-
ber of Its Inhabitant. I Ml ashamed to
tell my frlatid thre ut what t Imagined
Guthrie to be. Unlit on two hlllmd tho
valley between through which Mows the
Cottonwood river It presents a pleasant
view to a stmngtT. It supports four
largo graded schools and omploys a valu-
able and accomplished enrp of teacher.
It hns eight or nine churches from tho
pulpits nt which abio divines preach tho
gospel. It ha several hotel' a good
postofllce. a fine territorial bank and
othor things that add to thu gonorul wel-
faro of the community. Its suites aro
commodious and built of brick. Its peo
pie aro genial and energetic. Electricity
lights tho city. Speaking of oloctrlclty
reminds mo that my friend and I taking
a very sclentlllc turn concluded to In ob-
ligate tho mysteries of o'eetriclty. Tho
gontloman who accompanied uilnqurvu
after knowledge camo hack to where li
had loft us standing In the groat engine
100m whllp he Interviewed tho engineer
and said to us: "Well girls tho engi-
neer says 7011 can stay horo and look
around providing you won't take away
anything with you or put your hands on
the dynamos." Gnthrla has an Ico plant
another Interesting feature of tho city
How many of you have seen an ice plant
1 wonder! Wnat marvelous things can
be achieved with llro an I watoi and
stoam and ammonia and uli' u great deal
of skill' Tho cotton gin was another
iiow thing to my northern eyes and 1 was
corresponding!) Interested in It.
1 had the pleasuro while there of being
present at tho Inaugural of tho new terrl-
toilal coventor. Sevoial bands tho finest
oi ui'.icii is 111c utitnrio Kegimental hand
and the militia boys added to tho festivi-
ties of tho day. Speeches and orations
wero lu order and tho inauguration cere-
mony was pronounced with much solem-
nity. Guthrie's orators prophesied ail thlnus
for thofutiiro of Oklahoma and I .stand-
ing for tho first time on her soil and reul-
llnir tho evidence of so great accomplish-
ments lu so short a time was obliged to
believe their predictions correct Why
should thoy nut be Insulted with hope
deep and broad' With tho mineral
waters of the Cimarron Mow lug turuiwh
tho land with saltwolls at her command
with undeveloped resources lu coal and
Iron with ranch nftorranch of cultivated
coioals wltli poach orchards loaded down
with fruit what light have thov Indeed
to he other than hopeful?
Work is being pushod on tho last
volume of tho Oklahoma supreme
court report and it is over half In type
at tho present time.
Experienced negro cotton ratters say
that where cotton dcvolops and ma
tures eighteen bolls the yield will be
one-half bale of cotton per acre.
A stimulant is often needed to nour-
ish and strengthen tho roots and to
keep the hair a natural color llall'b
Sower is the best tonic for the
One of tho galleries in tho llrlttsb
liouso of commons is for ladloa and
another Is for peeresses. It would
thus appear that peeresses are not
Mtnnlo L. White wants to bo re-
stored to single blessedness and has
tiled a potltlon in dlvorse against Wil
nam White on tbe ground of extreme
Thoro are those who think that Mi&s
Susan li. talked too much nt the An-
thony family reunion for one who had
done nothing personally to increase
Tho Agricultural and Mechanical
college opens September 0. This is
b free Institution and every boy In tho
territory should attend. Tuition is
ttto and board costs but little.
Vccder It Paine of tho old firm of
Hagan &. Paine will juinUnothd""ur ""
business of farm loans adding thereto iD0Ulsnt'
lire and accident insurance having
purchased tho llarnes-Felts agoncy.
lie lias taken ofllces in rooms 10 ar.d
17 Gray Itros. building Division street
To Cure Coiutlpatlnn Furewr
Trtbo Caxcarets Canity Callmrllc. 10c or 15c.
It C C. C. (all to cure uruiglbtn refund money
To bo sold Saturday at l p in by J
It Miller on auction corner: One
span good work mules; ono large sin-
gle mule; ono fine four-year-old mare!
one work horse.
The world's best beer
311 Harrison avenue.
and coldest at
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
iwi Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
4)0 YEARS THE STANUARU
All members woropretout oxcepl Grabu.
The majority of the waterworks com
mittee recommended that the sutn of f3W)
bo paid M. White for tlie partial construc-
tion of tho stone curbing In the now olty
wall for cut stono ami that tho contract
bucanoallcHl. A liiliiorlt) report was sub
mitted bv Ilemlonton recommending the
payment of I31S.W Instead o( USO. Tim
majority report was lost. No action was
taken ou the minority report.
Kensler mo ed that Q warrant for PJSS
Iw drawn for part payment of construe
tiou of curbing in the well which wa
The council Instructed the purckesinsr
ag&al to purchase a new 13-Inch plow for
An uppiopriatloti was made for repair-
tug the sower at Joe Mooney's place on
north Division street.
The weeds were ordered out at the ex
noue of noil l& uf eeh v ard.
Theardinau eoouimlltoo was Instructed
to draft a hog ordinance and pratont at
The new occupation tax ordlnunio was
pa iwed bv a vote of seven to one.
Joe Pentecost was uppointea and eou-
tirmod as nleht policeman.
Wlckham' petition regarding the
White Blephaui" was laid on the taWo
by a vote of five to four.
lUmt Uoocrrt TuulKlit
Following Is tho program lobe given
by tho First Regiment band at their
regular consort this evening at tho
Star Spaaglad lUBHcr N-tiutul Air
Iferedi. i-aud-ntio SpanUh Walls
l'irolieu guecn .. . Selection
TiieiiuihrtrUfrU Martii March
ro the Jlorder
striciaQ ....... Marcn
Hei ond Air arle Clarinet selp .
r l'aloina MMlcan Bosg
America . National Air
nv.v..c cn..:rr i. r.j
1 u.un unci 111 jvuua Willi;
Man the First Thing.
Sherllf J. W. llakor camoqulotlv Into
this city on tho early train Thursday
morning. Ho had In his pocket all the
necessary papors lor taking hack to his
stnto Morris Hlchlo who had stolen and
butchered cattle noar Waco Tex. last
Tho sheriff knew that thoro wnro many
darkles hore troin Waco who would tip
him olT to the fuglllvo ho was af tor so ho
used oxttn precautions to avoid dlscovory.
Along about ii o'clock yosterday morn-
ing the colored man who has bom work-
ing for Frank Krsg Just north of town
drove lu v 1th a load of peaches He had
not boon In town live minutos whon an
old hayseed with a rnggod straw hat on
his head and green gogulos shading his
eyes approached tho wagon and asked tlie
price of poaches. He was told but al-
most Instantly the goggles camo oil and
tho colored man was tho prisoner of tho
man from Texas.
It was knpwn that Richie was living
noar the city but not his exact where-
1 tho-shcrilLganio prepared to
camp until ho found his man If inflolrrr
month or inoro to d. It. Ills lucky find
however enabled him to Ic.tvo on the
noon train yesterday.
Hilurnte Your llnnoU Willi Ciucnretn.
Cunuy CtUlmrUr cure coiiHtipntVou toreier
10o.Sr lrCC.C mil ilrucRtstsrefund money
Notice- All persouR owing
special uRHOflsmonls lor side-
walk repairs can save money by
naying tho sumo at onco at tho
city clerks olllco. Examine the
list in tho Daily State I'anital
of Friday August 20.
The U.S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
You can hardly decide what
pair of shoes you want when
you come to buy from us- there
are so many pretty shapes in
our stock. There is however
one shape which will suit you
best and our clerks will make
it their business to find that one
pair is given away
it - be a 50c
or Jf 5. 00
""$ " -j
There Is a ring of sincerity about our announcements. The people believe what wo say. It is this fact which
inspires tlie Ilig Store on to Knock Out all so-called "llargain (living."
WE ARE GUTTING PRICES TO THE QUICK.
All stocks must go. Determined to clean up all departments before tho arrival of our Mammoth Kail Stock which Is
now in transit. Don't fait to attend tlie last call of tho season.
Men's Suits Genuine Twilled Che-
viots Fancy Scotch Plaids; sold all
through tlie season at 10 to $12
Clearing Price $3.98
Men's Suits Strictly All Wool Cas-
siraeres Up-to-Date 5'yle Suits; sold
all along at $15 aid s 8 Clearing
Men's Suits Genuine Clay "Worsteds
Guaranteed Fast Colors. "Worth $12
Clearing Price $7.75
Men's Suits Odds and Ends All
Styles All Colors no two alike. Sizes
.'14 35 30 and 37; no larger. Any suit
in tlie lot worth 63 up to 12 Clear-
ing Price $:i.!)S
FOR TEN DAI'S ONLY.
Choice of any CHILD'S SUIT in the
Tlie best Offer ever made. Middies
Juniors Reefer Suits all the New
Shades and Fabrics worth from $3 up
to 5-Clearing Price $1118
NOTICE GOODS AND PRICES IN
620 Pairs Ladies' Fine Dark Tan
Black and Chocolate Vici Kid Shoes
Button or Lace; worth from $3 up to
?5 Cleariug Price $1.05
550 Pairs of Ladies' Oxfords Fancy
Colors and Black Vici Kid; former
price $2.25 Clearing Price !8c
320 Pairs of Misses' Kid Shoes. But-
ton Lace and Button Spring Heel
Clearing Price 08c
182 Pairs Child's Shoes. Now is the
time clear them out; worth from SI to
1.50 Clearing Price 00c.
ALL MISSES' SHOES IN THE
HOUSE AT ONE HALF FOR-
MER ADVERTISED PRICES.
DRESS GOODS CLEARING.
500 Remnants and Odd Lengths of
Domestic and Imported Novelties in-
cluding all of the Popular Weaves and
Colorings e;oods that have heretofore
sold up to 1. We have divided up in
four lots to be sold at !15c 25c
10c and 12 l-'2c per yard.
2500 Yards Lawn Dimities Organ
dies Etc. worth 10c 15c and 25c
Clearing Price 8!Mc
SHIRT WAIST CLEARING.
All of Our Shirt Waists; sold from
50c up to 1.00 Clearing Price 20c.
Shirt Waists sold from 1.25 up to
2.00 Clearing Price 10c
Shirt Waists; Fold from 2.25 up to
3.50-Clearing Price 50c
MUSLINS and DOMESTICS CLEARING
One case of Carney Mills one case
ot Farmer s Choice one case of Mon-
arch L. L. Mill all these well known
brands Choice per yard 1 3-k
Apron Ginghams Apron Checks
Best Brands Amoskeag Gairlock
Billow Mills Choice per yard.. 3 l-2c
MEN'S FURNISHING CLEARING.
Laundried Negligee Shirts Beautiful
Colors; worth 00c and 75c Clearing
Men's Hermdorf Black Hose.. ..12c
Men's Underwear best made; worth
75c 1 and 1.25 per garment Clear-
ing Price 30c
Thousands of other articles lu tho Dig Store too numerous to inonlioii. Positively the last call of tho season.
The Welcome Grocery.
Extra Force of Salespeople Will be in Attendance.
Ttie Cuclone" Big Stores.
Z. C. MOORE Proprietor.
103-OKLAHOMA AVENUE 109 & 111 DIVISION STREET
Our Stock of Summer Shoes.
The Best Value for the Money Ever Offered.
Don't miss this opportunity.
" It-will-pay you-tocalh
W. L DOUGLAS
y vfilv A33$Jk
W. U Doujlit
Shoe because they
an the belt.
For aale by
The Style Fit and Wear
could not be Improved lor
Double the Price.
P. L. Douglas $3.50 $4.00 and $5X0 Shoes are the
productions of skilled workmen from the best ma-
(CTUl pOSSlDIC lO VUl UI1U M1UC &uu l una. Ji
We make also $2.50 and $225 shoes for men and
30 $2.00 and 51.75 tor boys ana toe w. i
Douglas $3.50 Police shoe very suitable for
letter-carriers policemen ana otners navuig
much walking to do.
"We are comUntly addle? new styles to our
already laYpo variety aivl there li no tea-
ou Why ou cannot bo suited bo InaUt un
having V. L. Douglas 3hocs from your
Wo uie only tho beat Calf Raula Call
tall colors) French Patent Calf
lrcmli Kuamcl Vtei Kid eta
gradea to correspooa wiin icee
ot the shoes.
U dealer cannot supply you
Y.L DOUGLAS Oraclton Mm
CAT-LOO CK l"Ut
lias always aimed to reach the
highest standard ia dental prac-
tice 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 lu Oklahoma.
McKennon Opera House
S. A. MANN Manager
Soutuest cor- Oklahoma Are. and First S
Bakery and Ice Cream
COM. FIRST AND OKLAHOMA
J. B. FAIRFIELD
The best grades ot Coal al-
ways in store. The McAlester
a specialty. Prompt delivery
f3T0mce and yards 605
Harrison. Phone 20
Tailoring ' Glenln- and Repairing
Dye! eg a SpelaJtj
Ul W HanUon (lutbrle. Ok.
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 finest assortment
of candy just received.
J: 4"iN&H ill
FOR SALE BY
A NEW THREE ACT COMEDY
Will be seen at the McKennon
OCTOBER 30 1897.
IChe scec.s are laid in New
York and. ihow an elaborate
oflice on V all street and a pop-
ular New Jork restaurant. The
have spared no pains to make
this one of the best comedies
that will be on the road this
Did You See Our
When it was In
Hut no won't talk lloruolcsa CarrlaRo
Our General Catalogue and
Buyers' Cuide Fall and
U ready (or distribution. It has nearly
W0 pages ovur 1.1000 Illustrations and
mora than 40.000 duM riptUms with price
In ordering f roir u. yon have u million
dollar stock of foods to select from.
Your Monoy Rofundod If CoodB
aro not as Roprosontod.
Send 15 cents to partly pay postage or
expntosago and wo will send you a copy
of our Uoucrul Cataloguu and Buyer
MONTGOMERY WARD ft CO. j
Tho Croat Mall Ordor Houso.
Ill to 120 Michigan Ate. Chicago.
The subucriber has a tew first-class tiees
ot tbe abate variety (purple to tbe mj
which he will tranaplanllin place tor ttttr
cetiuper tree. Addrevgfc
Guthrie & T
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