The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 83, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 5, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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Atchison Topekn A Sunt Te
NORTH EAST AND WEST.
Arrive Heave Arrive . Arrive
No Otuhrle Guthrie. Kan. Cltr. Ichlcagb.
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103 3.25 p. m. 3.3Jp. in. 0:60a.m. lU.ojp.m.
22 7.00 a.m. Ixcal Freight.
m 1:10 p.m. Local Freight.
SOUTH 80UTIIIABT AND SOBTnVf EST.
14:15 p. m.
11:16 p. m.
a:tu p. ni.
U: p. m.
11:05 p. m
Arrive i Arrive
Ft WorthGalv s'n
T3j p. m iw U5a.m.
8:05 a. m.9:35 p.m.
A. J. Corktnx Agent.
.. 8M0 am
. 15 am
.. 4 10 pm
I '30 pm
. 8:8) pm
.. 7:00 am
... 8-sfl pm
. II Warn
.. 1.30 pm
UliocUw UkUlionin & (lulf K. It
Leave Kl Heno . . .. . ..
Arrive Oklatioma City . . ..
Arrive Shawnee ...
Arrive South McAlester .
Arrive W v?r
Anlve Fort Smith
Arrive St. iMui
Excursion arrive Buffalo
Leave St Louis
Leave I't Smith
Leave South McAUitcr
Leave Oklahoma City
Arrive I'.l Heno . .
lietwoeti Uklnhnmn City null Kl Hono.
Leave Oklahoma City Uirw est.. . . JOSam
Arrive i:i Heno ... 10:OS pm
i leave El Heno foreast .. ..6.40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City .. 7:40 am
Leave Oklahoma City for west.. .. 3:Wpm
Arrive El Heno . 4:5 pm
Leave El Reno east lliliam
Arrive Oklahoma City .. 18:80 pm
Trains to and lrotn Uuthrle make connec-
tion at Oklahoma City.
Make close i onnectlona at El Heno tor
-olnto on the Ho-.k Island north and south.
$or rates and 'uformitlnn apply to
J V. UOL.DKN frame Mananer
South McAlester! T.
O. M M. ELLSWOHTH
Agent Oklahoma Cltr.
TravelinR freight and l'assrnncr Agent
Oklahoma City O T.
p u. nr.ARU
Olves special attention to checking county
records In Oklahoma and Kansas. Has had
many yearn experience and makes no charge
unless work Is satisfactory.
STEVENS M. D.
Office over Guthrie National bank.
Room 8. Office recently moved from second
coor of Seaton's Drug store..
"THOMAS S. WHITE
Washington O. C
Aoomi 108-&-6 Atlantic UulldlDK.
Mlnlnc. Land and Patent Law a Specialty
yvAVID L. Q ITT
' Washington D. C.
No. 62J F. Street N. W.
Formerly Principal Examiner Pension
The pension policy of the future will in all
probability be more liberal. Rejected cases
solicited Correspondence Invited.
Tirol vo Kciwons Wh.
TheSt IrfwU Hiiille gives a don-n
ttami reason xvhy noxpBpor nailers
iiouM t ad 'hU paper lloro tlicy are:
i The ilftwbllr U tlu (jroi. l new
3. It has a eablo n-w enrvtco over tho
entire cirillml world xvhleh no otlior St.
Loul raper " ourn.
3 Special eo'roiipondents In all tho
largo eitle and capital of Europe.
4. Noxvs Bureau In Now York City and
Washington I). C.
6 Spoclnl correspondence In every city
and town In the xx extern I'tilted State.
0 Momutra of tho the Associated
Prnss. tho greatest mwi gatherer in tho
7. I'nblWhea dallv tho market roitortd
of tho world.
s. Ismim a magnificent colored maga-
2I110 cover with tho Sunday paper.
9. Moro noted xvritor aim artist con-
tribute to The Republic than any othor
10. Issnos en unoqnaled fonr-pago
comic weekly with each Sunday paper
11. I'ubllsho pages of Intercut and
value to womankind.
13. lu 10-cont Dros Pattern Deputt-
ment Is the uiot popular foaturn over In-
troduced hy a newspaper. Thousands
Tho dally and Su: day St. Louis Repub-
lic Is (0 a year S3 for .K months and l.f0
for tlireo month. The Twlco-a-Wcok
Itopubllis Is $l a your 101 papers two
The Agricultural College.
The Oktahomu Agrkultuial ant
Mechanical College at htlllxxater begin
It fall term September y; wimcr term
January 1898. )ty km this College it
pinccu in direct connection with the pub-
lic schools of the teiritory recehlng
boys or girl well prepaied in the com-
mon chool branches dliect to it Fresh-
man clas. It Imi an ccellent prepare-
tory Department for rcxlexv of these
studies for entrance to the College o.-for
teaching. It hut. eleven Instructors
good buildings a library of nearly 4000
volume- well equipped laboratories ami
large collei-tiom of apparatus. There
arc no tuition nor incidental fees.. Hoard-
inK can be had at low rates.
The College is liberally endowed by
the United States It -work is to teach
Kilglish Mathematics and Science as
well as Agrlctilture all with special
reference to practical use in life. For
this work Iti facilities arc not surpassed
by any College within easy reach of
Oklahoma young men and women. It
aims to help nil whom it can reach to get
.1 thorough and practically useful educa-
tion at the lowest possible co t. Its course
is so arranged that those who can attend
but one year will be much helped. In
special cases students of mature years
may be permitted to select special studies.
The work is well suited for thoc prepar-
ing for teaching in high schools.
For announcement or npeclnl Informa-
tion write Frcs. Ct. 11 Morrow Stillwater
Sco Smith the bill distributor.
Inolg'ert Mnkrt l4mn Karnin for Ills
CiucAau 111. Kept . TliB indiffer
ence of Luolgorl the ntingo matter
on trial charged with wlfa innrder.
after his wife had tllsnpponred win
the principal fact brought out again it
hhn yoitorday. It was shown by the
tOTtlmony of Police Cnptnin Henry
Sehuottlor that I.uetgort did not show
any concern regarding hi wife and
never toolc tho trouble to aak the po-
llen whether they had found any trace
of her or not.
When the police first beonmc avrnre
of the disappearance of Mrs Unetgcrt
through her brother they asked Luet-
gerl what theory he had regarding
her disappearance and he .Mild that in
bis opinion site had beeomc insane and
had wandered nway from home. He
had not reported her going away
either to the police or to tho neigh-
bors because he said that it was a
disgrace to have an insune wife nnd
lie did not want people to know any-
thing about it. Cnptnl'i Sehuettlcr
said that in all the police did on the
easo before tho arrest of I.uetgcrt
thy never recoived any help or sug-
iptions from tho husband.
THIRTY BUILDINGS BURN.
-ITTATSON E. COLEMAN
Land and Patent Attorney
WashlnRton D. C.
Washington Loan and Trust Ul'dg.
REFERENOES-Hon M. V. Allen D. S. Sen-
ate; Hon. Laf e Pence Klnderhook N. Y.
Hon. John a lull M. 0.1 Hon. J. U. Ulck
pRANK II. CROSTHWAITE
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
Washington D. C
1820 F Street N. W
Land l'actlce a Specialty.
lis Guilt Marble lis
l'lre Siiefp Over M'hnls lllock In
ltiininx Cltr Kan.
Kansas Citv Mo. Sopt . Thirty-
five families wore rendered homeless
and thirty residences and store build-
ings were entirely destroyed by a. fire
which started ut 4:30 o'clock yester-
duy afternoon and which before It
could be subdued had burned over nn
cntiro block between James nnd First
streets and Reynolds and Lyon ave
nues In Kansas City Kan. Several
llreinen wore burned by live wires and
Hying brands but none of the injur-
ies will prove sorlons
Tho lire was one of tho most extens-
ive that the city hasaufTered in years
though tho property loss which will
npproxiinntc S7V000 was compara-
The Catholic church of which Father
Moorn is pastor was destroyed ns
was nlso the handsome new residence
of tho pastor tho residence of tho
Sisters next door and four residences
adjoining tho church property Two
hundred moil women and children
were made hombless
WARRING ON POTATOES.
t. rested U? n Jlrest Thninx
1 01 1 im s Ohio ''pt 4 - It i rl-
jtisl" 1 stimntcd that lietvu.n ooo
mt 1X000 people were f;ntii. ".I n
.be t.tste fair grwtnds yp'oi.i 1 ii
Minn to greet I'rrsMrtnt M Kmii i.u
inlv 11 frae'ion of thi. ntnnlx 1 'nn
sble In hear the brbf sp'' 'l l 1 li c
Idaho's (Inmblltie Im lUerlliriMTM.
Hoi.sk Citv Idaho Sepl 1 )i-hl
Jivfya (Jeorgo II Hti.ati I .is iWidM
the antt-gnuibling law ui.. on iM Hum-
al nnder the decision of t inriMnw
zourt 111 tho fee law case
l.lTri.f 1!m K Ark. Sept .fohu
Church a noted moonshiner wss cap-
tnrcd in the inoitnlnins yesterday He
made a full confession and promised
to aid hi the capture of others impll
cated In the mnrder of Tnptam Tay-
rivervhoilr Sa) ?o.
CascaroU Candv Cathartic the most won.
(lerfnl medical 1 Unci miry of the age pIcHS'
ant and lermshinK to the Utstu. ncl. Rtiutly
and piiHltively on lltlms. liver and Imwels
eieauslng the entire nslem. dispel colds
cure hnutlnulie lexer lialjltnul oiisllmtlin
and biliousness. Please linv nl irvn box
of U. (;. C. to-dav; JO. sfi. Ml i nts Hol'i aud
guaranteed to cure by u'l druggists.
Tho 3-30 train Is tho through Colorado
of a persons tooth
I Is often of the dentist's making. Any
ifouy uaii poiisu laciu uui uriiiioK
out tho brilliant natural color is a
different thing. Wo oxcol in every
f branch of dental sotonco aud our prices
are 110 more than maybe you have paid
for bungling work
G. A. HUGHES D. D.S.
The Leading Dentist.
Olllcc rooms J t and 3 ovor Hank of
AOMI Rebcka'j Lodge No. 2 I. O. O. V.
meets evervThursdav evenlnt; at 7:30
In Odd Fellows hall In the Weinberger build-
ing. Visitors welcome.
-itinwrr nuun i v.
JCATIK McWJ:TI1Y Sec y
GUTHRIE Camp No. 3 Woodmen ot the
World meets every Monday nljrht In the
K of 1 ball. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
tome J II. TOWERS Clerk.
KO PENTi:COST Con. Com.
GUTHRIE LODOE NO. S
A V i A. M. Regular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
In each month at 8 o'clock.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
H P ARDERY Sec
A J CORIUNS. W M
.UTURIK LodRe No. I A. O. U. W. meets
rsuay evenings 01 eacu wees ai ;
hlock. corner First and Harrison.
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
C. O. FINCH Recorder.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. K. ot 1'. meets
every Weduesday at 7:30 In their hall
In the Victor block corner First and Harrl.
ion. Visiting knights are always welcome
JAMKh M WHEELER C C.
J. 1TOUCART H. of F. and K. of K. S
IO R M Meets every Tuesday night In K.
K of V. hall. Visiting chiefs always wel-
come M 11. CHERRY Chief of Records.
Remember this advcrtismcnt is of
Interest to you xvho have friends rest
iug in tho tomb and wish to mark tho
grave on marble in memory of tho
It is a homo cfltablishmcnt ship-
ping direct from the rjuarrlcs marble
and granito aud manufacturing In
We Have No
Agents representing largo stock
often do not havo half wii at xvc carry
In finished work in our yard. They
show you a largo fino picture and ask
ou to sign a binding order for a
poor design and grado at double price
covering their wages and expenses
Think of it; xve will duplicate any of
their work from 20 to 50 per cent less.
This Is no new business to us
Wayne Co. Iowa has mnny One monu-
ments tnado by us. We guarantee
all our work as represented and eot
it on good foundation. All tho work
In the Uuthrio ceraotcry some
weighing upxvards of two tons was
done by us. Notice tho name cut on
J. W. SUTTON Mgr.
run Thiiiiannil Spunlili Soldiers l'ullliii;
tip X'lne of the Sweet Tubers
llw.xx.x Sept. Five thousand
Spanish hold lorn r.ru uugaged In pull-
ing up f.xvcct potnto vines under or-
ders of licnernl Weylor whoso idea is
to cut oiT tho food supply of the rebels
From the outskirts of Havana to
Tnpuatc where ho Is at present (ion-
em 1 Woyler has cut a sxvuth of de-
struction. Kx-ory lior.se and cow in
sight has been seized and growing
crops uprooted. Tho food supply that
the Cubans can always depend upon
is sxveet potatoes. Tlieso jrroxv wild
in abundance nnd the crop matures
quickly. For these reasons tho cap-
tain general Is personally conducting
the campaign ngninst the potatoes.
mali diseases "
could only be
treated alter 'lo-
tlons ' by physi-
cians. Drfad of
silent about their
sulferlnf The in-
Wine of Cardul has now demon
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician s attention
at all. The simple pure
And tho Bost
Whiskies Wines and Brandies
"SPECIAL IH.EW" l'OU FAMILY USE;
21 H0TTLES F0II SI. 00.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS
Bakery and Ice Cream
Special .itleulion uiven to
socials and parties. The latest
kind and style of ice cream put
up and delivered to any part of
the city. The llnest assortment
of candy just received.
(ierinnujr IIiulU u Clrunl.
llnm.i.v Sept . It is aftsortod upon
reliable authority that tho Herman
government xvill demand from France
an explanation of tho dispatch sent by
M. Mellne tho French premier in re-
ply to tho message of congratulation
of the Alsace-Loralno society upon the
signing of tho Franco-Hussian alliance
with the French republic. Germany
it is announced also will demand sat-
isfaction for tlie o.xcessos committed
beforo tho Gorman ombassy in l'nris
on tho evening of I'rcsldeut Faure's
return from his visit to Kussin.
TJTHRIK loage No. 3 I. O. O. V. meets
Monaay uigui 01 eacnweek. at :w. vis-
ltlae Odd fellows alwavs welcjme.
6 f W HiaTBKJIUSCII N. U
O W. BRUCE Sec'y loclc Dox 1TV.
OKLAHOMA encampment No 1 1. O. O. F
mepis everv Tuesdav evenluc In Odd
Fellows ball at 7:30. All vlsItlnB patrlarcbi
meets every Tuesdav evening In Odd
welcome A KKKI1S Q I
II U STUOUUH Strlbe
UTUAl. UENEFIT TO LADIES. We
furnish emtilovment. nrocure heln: buv.
sell or excaanee fancy articles noveltv
roods periodicals etc.
WOMEN'S INFOItMATION HUREATJ
Room So Lyon llWcIt
ror. Harrlaon and Division
16 TO t SHOTS!
saver Dollar Saloon
F. M. "WYATT Pi op
Victor Building corner Harrison and First
The best of Liquors and Wines in
stock. All brands of Boer Cigars and
Tobacco. Free Lunches served on
Aaturday evenings. Patrons are al-
vwed to scttlo the flnanol&l question
.r hllo doing business with this popular
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate ot John S.
Pumvea. Jr.. late of tho city of Guthrie.
county of Logan Territory of Oklahoma
All persons having claims against said
John . l'umyea. Jr. aeceaseu are re-
quired to exhibit the same with the nec-
essary vouchers to tbe underslguod duly
uDooIntod and Qualified administratrix.
with the will annexed of tho estate of
said deceased at the laxv oftice of Cot-
toral &. Honor upstairs 214 West Olcla
noma avenue In tho city cf Guthrie
county of Logan and Territory of Okla-
homa and that four months after tho
f.rat publication of this notice has been
limited by ordor of tbe probate court of
said Logan county a the time for credit-
ors of a tld deceased to exhibit and pre-
sent their claims against said estata.
Datsdv ha 7th day of August. 1697.
KATK V. fl'MTEA.
J. B. FAIRFIELD
The best grades ot (Joal al-
ways in store. The McAlester
a specialty. Prompt delivery.
32TOflice and yards C05 W
Harrison Phone 20
Ilooiu In I ho l.eml Iniluitrr.
St. l.oris. Ma Sopt. . Prosperity
has struck the lead industry and tho
market is on tho boom. Prices are
higher than they havo been for the
past live years xx lth tho prospects of
attaining the highest point in the his-
tory of the metal. Missouri and Kan-
sas mines which xve re on the point of
closing down have resumed opera-
tions full blast and xvill produce a
larger tonnage than ever before.
taken In the privacy of a wenan'i
own home lniurcs quw . relief and
speedy cure. Wom'n if'd not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re-
quires no humiliating examina-
tions for Us adoption. It cure s any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles' - disordered
menses falling of the womb
'whites." change of life. Itmakes
women beautiful by making thwm
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy i 1.00 at
the drug store.
Tor advice In cases requiring special
directions address. ciTlnir symptoms
the " Ladles' Advisor Department'
The Chattanooca Medicine C . Chatta-
W. I. ADDISON M.D. Cary Miss. Mys:
"I use Winn of Cardul ettentively In
preparation for female troubles."
Manufncturos nil Kinds of Vohlcklos. Painting Trimming
and Ropnlrlng Promptly AttondotJ to.
322 South Division Stroot - GUTHRIE O T
r y. m.' P ftv
St. Louis aV San Francisco ltnil-
way. The iKitiular tlironnh car route from Ar
ttaniaa City anil Winter ! all iilnls In alts
noiirl Arkansas Kansas Oklaboma Indian
Tn Itory Tfxas. Olorailo Wrotntng Utah
New ami Olil Mexico Artsona Irtsbo. Mon-
tana Nevada California Washington and
The rrtficn I.lne Ik also tbe most direct
route to St. Louts anil all points east. ICIe-
gant I'nlltnan l'alare Muepers recllulni
rtialr cars (aeats tree) anit coaches on ttfl
The Prlco is alxvays first to get out ot old
rut and Improve Its untitles tor handling
IMUMeiiRers anil frflglit
The Illicit hleetiine cars In tbe world.
Another advance U ttie Introduction of
Toilo thb express huhiness of this company
Tho above ezprcHH (orajKiny c oxers lines
from btlie Atl.iutu to the uulf and none
stands higher than WollH-l'arn"
for tlme-tableH maim rates and full par-
ticulars address nearest aKent of the Frisco
Line or the folloxvlng
11 I' YOAKUM. Ocn 1 Maimr
St t.ouin. Mo.
O T NICHOLSON U I" A
Ht Louts Mo.
VH NOIILL T 1' 11' A .
Soutr. MiAlcstrr I T
iMtmoiiH Noomliiy Train
via lii I Huitlc.
Fiiiost and fastest tceular train b
txveon Mitslsilppl fivor and Kaatcrn sea-
shore No tunnel at Ht.Louls; no ferry
transfer at Noxv York.
V. I'. OIM'IM) Ass't G. V. A St Uiili.
K. O. McCOItMICK 1. T. M. Olnc nuatl
M E. INUALLS Prosldciit.
Clearing Up Sale of All
IN THE HOU
First published in tho Dally Leader Au-
gust 31 ls07.
Notico lor Publication.
Land offlco at Guthrie Oklahoma Au-
gust 20 1897.
Notice is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named settler has (lied notico of his
Intention to mako final proof In support
of his claim and that said proof will ha
tnado beforo tbe register and receiver at
(Jutbrle Oklahoma on September 37
Henry C. Herbert for tho lots 3 and 4
and lit of nw qr soc 5 tp 14 r 2 e.
Ho names the following witnesses to
provo his continuous resldenco upon and
cultivation of said land vli:
William Flaugher of Fallis. O. T Wil-
liam Musgrove of Ingram O. T John
Vaudoboirart of Fallis (J. T. William
4218 A N. J Ckook Keglstor.
I.ni-Un 11. XVrlfflit Kdttor Mnrrleil.
1'AYETri Mo. Sept .. Luclan II.
Wright editor of the Central Missouri
llepubllcan of lloonville and Miss liliz
abuth Slrliev of Marshall xcro mar-
rtcilltniie parlors of Hotel lIoxvanT
tiure at :) o'olooU last night by the
Hex. .1. M. McManaxvay of the I'lrst
llmeilors' I'.nw Uiiliulil.
St. Louis Ma Sept. .In denying
the application for n writ ot sckure
u gal u st certain bookmakers doing
buslnobs ut the fair grounds raco
track. Judge Withroxv of tho St.
Louis circuit court decided that the
breeders' luxv is constitutional-
Don't Tobtrro Spit and Smote JourUre Amy.
To quit tobacco onsily and forever bo mar
notlc. lull ot life none and xigor talie No To
line thexvnndvr worker that maUns xvcnk men
strone. All ilruggUts fjOoorll. Cure cuaran
tetnl Ilooklet uml samplo free. Address
Stcrllne ltemedy Co Chicago or New York.
First published in tho Dally Loader Ail'
gust 30 187.
Notice for Publication.
L&nd oflko at Guthrie 0. T. August
ii'otlco Is hereby given that tho follow
log named settler has Mod notico of his
Intention to make final proof lu suppor-
of his claim and that said proof will be
mado before tho register and receiver a".
Guthrie O. T. on hepterabar -U 1897 viz:
x nomas xvcaver.iortnonw jr sec 17
twp 15 r 1 w
llo nams tno ioi oxvins
prove bis continuous resldenco upon and
Jo nams tho folloxving witnesses to
cultivation of said land viz:
Blchard Dove. I'eter JJcMurrav. Jacob
I torn. JJurreii Williams all ot Uutbrld.
A dmimraisr x.witb win anuexea ot saia u. i
Did You See Our
When it was in
Ilul xve xvou't tall. lIorloM dniajo
Our General Catalogue and
Buyers' Guide Fall and
1 retuly for litrHmtion. It hru nearly
800 iuiili. ovur 10.UJ0 Illustrations aud
wore than 1U.UW) dw-rtpltmw with prletw
In orderlutf fron us you Imto a million
j dollar stock of goods to scloct from.
Your Money Rofundod If Coodo
aro not as Roprosontod.
6ad IS rvuu to jmrtly pay postagoor
! exnit' iK. "! we vs til svnd you a copy
Tho Cra.it Mall Ordor Houao.
Now is the time to grasp the best opportunity to secure the biggest bargains
we have ever offered. Our entire stock of
MEN3S - AND - BOYS' - SUITS
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 Cloihing ever brought here I
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 Neckwea 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
III ti (23 Uicfclrjio Are Chicigo.
Oklahoma Avenue and First Street.
TrrTi".ri"f ""' J' -' -m. m.
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A. N. J. Croqit EegUter.
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