The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 87, Ed. 1, Friday, September 10, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I
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A tfcblrt now ami thrn will mr nt rilfttTliTA dr
rttult? SnniM nnd booklet fre A1 VTHtt INU HMtM
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Railroad Timo Table.
Atchlion Topekn A Bunt Ta.
NOUTU. EAST AND WEST.
1.10 p. m.
Arrive i Arrive
6:40a.m. I tf.uup. m. iV:43 a. nv
3-30 p.m. 8:60a.m. 10:00p.m.
7:00a.m. Local Freight.
I Local Freight
SOUTH SOT.THXAAT AMD BOHTHWIST.
12:16 p. m.
11:16 p. m.
3:50 p m
12:25 p. m.
11:05 p. in.
Arrive I Arrive
9:95 p. miB.OS a.m.
8:04 a. m.9:S5p.m.
A. J. Corklns Agent.
Choctaw Oklahoma & Hull It. It. Co.
Leave El Reno 8:40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City 7.46 am
Arrive Bnatvnee 7:35 pm
Arrive South McAlester 4:10 pm
Arrive WUter 1:30 pm
Arrive Fort Sirlth - 11:67am
Arrive St. LouU .. 8:20 pin
excursion arrive llullalu .. 7:00 am
Leave St. Louis 8:0pm
Leave Ft. Smith 11:67am
II Leave WUter 1:30 pm
Leave South McAllr.ter 4:10jim
14C11C QUttWUCC I.iW JJUJ
Leave Oklahoma City 9:03 pm
Arrive El Keno 10:05 pm
lletiveen Oklahoma Oily and Kl Keno.
Leave Oklahoma City (or west 9.05 am
Arrive El Heno . .. . 10:OJ pin
Leave El Heno or east . .. (1.40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City . 7:40 am
Leave Oklahoma City for west. .. 3:50 pm
Arrive El Keno . . .4:52 pm
Leave Kl Keno east 11:15 am
Arrive Oklahoma City 12:20 pm
Trains to and from Guthrie make connec-
tion at Oklahoma City.
Make close connections at El Keno (or
points on the Rock Island north and south.
For rates and Information apply to
J F. UOLUEN Traffic idanaRer
Soutn McAlester I. T.
O M. M. ELLSWORTH
Agent Oklahoma Cltv.
Traveling Trelght and Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City O T.
p U. HEARD
' EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
Olves special attention to checking county
records In Oklahoma and Kansas flat had
many j cars experience and makes no charge
unless work Is satisfactory.
STEVENS M. D.
n.... ... n..i...i u.i ... I.....W
Room ft. Office recently moved from second
noor of Sealon's Drug store..
THOMAS S. WHITE
WnshlnKton. D. C
rtoorai 103-5-e Atlantic Iiulldlng.
Mining Land and Patent Law a Specialty
AVID L. OITT
Washington. D. C.
No. eu F. Street N. W.
Formerly Principal Examiner Pension
The periston policy of the future will in all
probability be more liberal. Rejected cases
solicited Correspondence Invited.
"ITtTATSON K. COLEMAN
Land and Patent Attorney
Waahlndton D. C.
Washington Loin and Trust Ul'dg.
REFERENCES Hon. M. V. Allen U. S. Sen-
ate; Hon. La(e Pence Ktnderhook N. Y.
Hon. John O. Hell M. 0.1 Hon. J. D. Hicks
TJRANIC IJ. CROSTHWA1TE
Oa September 7 9 14. 10 21 33 J8
30 and OctoW B 7 13 14. 1U and 11
wo will sell 11 rut clans limited tickets
to St. Louis at 813 25 tiekols to be
good on date of sale and for continuous
passage. Corresponding reduction to
poi ts east of St. Louis A. J. Cor-
king Agent Santa Fo ltouto.
Kntiant City Morse Shun-.
At K.nis City Mo. September 4th lo
lltb 18tK) Tor tho above occasion wo
wllljoll tlckrta to Kansas City and ro-
turn at the rato of tlO.tt). Ticket on
sale Soptembor 3d to 10th Rood to return
September 13th. Continuous passage In
each direction Bolni? oa'aRo to com-
mence dato of sale. A. .1. Coiiki.ns
nVrnlvn tfnnomia IVln
The St. Lonlft Itopubllc Klvcs u 1I01011
good masons why newspaper readers
honld read this pupr lloro thoy arc.
1. The Uonnlillc Is the greatest nows-
2. It has a cabi- news service ovor tho
ontlro civilized world which . J other St.
Louis -rpnr can securn.
3. S 'clal correspondent!" In ull the
large cltlt and capitals of linrope.
4. News Huron u la New York City and
Y.ihIngton D. C.
5 Special corresuondonco In every city
and town In the western United Stains.
0 Members of tho tho Associated
Press the greatest news gatherer in the
7. Publishes dally tho umrUot reports
of the world.
5. Issuos a magnificent colored maga-
zine cover with tho Sunday paper.
0. More noted writers and artistx con-
tribute to Thu Republic than any other
10. Issues an uncqimlod four-page
comic weekly with each Sunday paper
11. Publishes pages of Interest mid
value to womankind.
12. Its IO-ceut Dress Pattern Depart-
ment Is the most popular feature ever In-
troduced by a newspaper. Thousands
Tho dally and Stir day St. Louis Repub-
lic is ?0 a year tt for sdx mouths and fl.fio
for thrco months. The Twico-a-Weok
Republic Is f 1 a year 101 papers two
The Agricultural College.
The Oklahoma Agricultural anc
Mechanical College nt btilluater begins
its fall term September 9; winter term
January 4 lSyS. Hy law this College is
placed In direct connection vt ith the pub-
lic schools of the tcnitory receiving
boys or girls well prepared In the com-
mon school branches direct to its F1e1.l1-
man class. It lias n excellent prepai a-
tory Department for review of thefc
studies for entrance to the College or for
teaching. It has -eleven instructor
good buildings a library of nearly 4000
volumes well eqtnpncxf-labomtorics-itnd
large collections of apparatus. There
are no tuition nor Incidental fees. Hoard-
ing can be had at low rates.
The College is liberally endowed by
the United States. Its work is to teach
English Mathematics and Science as
well as Agriculture nil with special
reference to practical use in life. lor
this work its facilities nrc not surpassed
by any College within easy reach of
Oklahoma young men and women. It
alms to help all whom it can reach to get
n thorough and practically useful educa-
tion at the lowest posnible cost. 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.
l'of announcements or special informa-
tion write Pres. G. E. Morrow Stillwater
1K0 Street N. W.
Washington D. C
Land Pactlce a Specialty.
NAOMI Rebekah Lodge No. 8. I. O. O. P.
meets every Thursday evening at 7:30
In Odd Fellows hall In the Weinberger build-
ing. Visitors welcome.
MIIRDE SCOTT. N O.
KATIE McWETUY. Het y. -
GUTnRIE Camp No. S Woodmen ot the
World meets every Monday nliflit in the
K. of i. hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
come. J. li. TOWERS Clerk.
1-D. PENTECOST. Con. Com.
QTJTHRIK IX) DOE NO. 2
A. V. A A. M. Regular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
in eacu mania i 0 o ciocc
All brethren cordially in-
vited to attend.
II. H. ARDERY Sec.
A J CORK1NS. W M
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. meets
Thursday evenings of each week at 7:30
to. Victor block corner First and Harrison.
VUltlnc Workmen always welcome.
F V. GATCHELL M W.
O. O. FINCH Recorder.
G DTUR1E LodgTNo. 2 K ot P. "meets
every Wednesday at 7:30 In their hall
in the Victor block corner First and Harri-
son. Visiting knights are always welcome
JAMES M. WHEELER C C
J. rOUCART M. ol V. and K. of It. S
IO II M Meets every Tuesday night in K.
K of P. hall. Visiting chiefs always wel-
come. M. 11. CHERRY. Chief of Records.
-.UTHKIE Lodge No 1 I. U O.K. meets
V3I Monday night of each week at 7:50. Vis-
iting Odd Fellows alwavs welcome.
P W R1TTER11USCH N Q.
O W. BRUCE Sec'T lock box 178.
OKLAHOMA k-ncamnmentNo. 1. 1 0. O. F
J meets every Tuesday evening- In Odd
Fellows hail at 7:30. All visiting patriarchs
welcome. A KKEUS C P.
H L. STKOUUH Scribe
MUTUAL BENEFIT TO LADIES. We
furnish employment. procurehelp; buy
sell or exchange fancy articles novelty
goods periodicals etc.
WOMEN'S INFORMATION BUREAU
Room ZOLynn Bl"ck
Cor. TUrrlion and Division
First Published In the- Guthrie Dally
Leader Sept. lu 1897.
Notice for Publication.
Land Offleo at Kingfisher. O. T. Sep-
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-Ins-named
settler has filed notice of his
Intention to make final oroof In 8UDDort
of his claim and that said proof will be
made before tho register and receiver at
K lnflsher. O. T.. on October 13 1897 vlx:
Jacob Holderman II. E fit.0 for lots
1 and 2 t qo H ec 2. two. 17 r 4 wot.
Ho names thy following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cu ltlvatlon of said land vlx:
Francis M. McCamuion William Mc-
Ciramon. James M. Holllday and Martin
Usborn all of Crescent City O. T.
E. O. SPitMAK Register.
This Is The
II. C. TOWNSEND
General Passenger Agent
St. Louis Mo.
HAWAIIANS GETTING UP A
WILL APPEALTO CONGRESS
Effort to Intliirnce Senators Mnrgnn and
lm.T Aiitl-AiiiiFiHlliinUt lutrrnl
to Set l'i thn L'laliu That tho
Slnnarotiy Went Dunn
'lh rough the Action ot
JIoxoLUM' via Victoria IJ. 0. SopL
O.Tho ntinc.vntloniatanro vor.r imieli
worried over the discovery of nn nl-
Icgcd nttcniptim the pnrt of tho ntitt-
nnurxiitioiiit In Inlliieueo Senator
Morpnn nnd Quar who nr expected
to arrive hr oit on a tour of In-
vestigation. They ny Hint Senators
White of Cnlifornin niid Thurston of
Nobrvskn. who will lend the tlfrht
Ujraltift nuiiL'xntlon in ootifjross this
winter will also visit. Hawaii and ol-
tend the mass meeting; of natives
which it In alleged by the annexation-
ists has been called for the purpose of
convincing the senators that the na
tives bitterly oppose annexation.
It is staled that Senators White and
Thurston will superintend tho drafting-
of a monster petition to Congress
in which the Unwnllaus will nssert
that the government was torn from
them through the nation of American
Minister Stevens. It Is nllefrcd that
the mass meeting will be conducted
entirely by llnwnilans nnd will bo
made ns dramatic ns possible. Tho
Idea Is to work on tho sympathy of
Senator Morgnn mid pursnade him. if
possible that the natives have boon
deprived of lands nnd power by a
handful of rich mid powerful whites
bnelred by ti treacherous American
It is believed thnt the ox-Queen may
arrive on the snme steamer as the
Senators and thot she will address
the people nt the mass meeting. A
second card of the nntl-aTiuoxutlonists
will be played on the arrival hero lato
til September of Senntors l'ettlpxew f
South Dakota. I.oe Mantle of Montana
nnd I'rnnh C'nnuou of I'tah. They aro
now in .In pan nnd China studying tho
silver question lloforu they sailed by
one of the Hmpross linors from Vle-
torla K ('. thoy hoeurud return pas-
sage by tho I'ictilc Mall stenmer.
Doric duo horo from Yokohama on
Soptemlier '.'1 nnd announced their
intention of remaining over n week in
this city to study the annexation
l'rosidont Dole ha issued a procla-
mation calling the Senate to meet in
specinl .session Soptembor 8. Instead
of tho 1 tlh an previously unuouneod
in an Associated Press dispatch. Aftur
the annexation treaty Is ratttlcd tho
Somite will adjourn until tho regular
MISSOURI BANKER SLAIN.
Cmliler Wither of J'lrliiiool round
Dniil In Ilia IliillroAil Yur'lv.
I'iudmo.nt Ma Sept. l. Ceorpe A.
Withers enbhler of the I'armers nnd
Mechanics' bank of this place. us
found early yesterday mornlnf; lylnj'
In tho lower end of the railroad yards
dead. -'1 uosdaynoon ho left on tho pn-
sengcr train for 1 ronton on a business
matter. Superintendent I). Ilurdy
wires that Willie" wnsa passenger on
No. O.'i which reuehed here tit 1:1.". yes-
terday morning. No one knows where
ho was or what he win doing between
1 : " nnd 4.15 tlio time tlie lioilj was
Two &harppouetrating wounds wero
found on Williors' houd with nnnier-
ous scalp wounds. There wero no
wounds or brulsos on tho body. All
his personal oiled were found intact.
Tt is the general Impression Unit ho
was muril'Ted at some other plnej and
his body laid where tt was found.
GETS A CONCESSION
IllKht lt Ili-eu (limn ICiiEluml to Cm-
ilt the 1'iknitiiia Cnnjl.
Nr.w Yoiik Sept. it. A dispatch to
the World from Colon says. "It Is mi-
nounecd here to-day that u eoiieessinu
to complete tho I'anamu vunul lias
been given to Kiigland.''
Two .Miner Hllli'il l)f a lllnal.
Wr 1111 City Mo. Sept. 0. At tho
tornlleld mines in South Curlerville
yesterday afternoon William Collin 4
was instantly killed and W W. Moss
fatalh injured by a premature blast.
They wore miners. Moss lentea a wife
mid three children and (.'oil In leave
11 w ifu and four children.
Don't Tobieco Spit sinl Snioke lour IJre insy.
To quit tobacoo oatily and forever be ma;-
netlc. full of life nerve and lgor take No-To
Hoc the wonder worUer that makes vreak men
strong. All druggists SOo or II. Cure guaran-
teed Ilooklet mill samplo free. Aildrem
Steillnc lleinody Co Olileaco or New York.
Mstnnenl .Mlriiitl Fnli-1ls
Xm OHK. pt H - dispnleb
from London savs- Mssrsgnl ilir in .1
luiul eorrHMjser rtf th opera "t svallorin
liostirsnu.' has aUfnpte.l in commit
suh-ide at Ilolngna Halt. ly taking
pcMtOTt. Tho allempt Is -saiil to liaio
failed hut Mnengnl mm 1 is in
hinged it is as-ierled nnd lie imut ue
Iilaciil under conltol.
Nuttal tli SHlminlnir Clianinlun
I.nsoo Sept. u - In n iOo--rrd
swirnining race for the clinn pinnship
of the world at Doneasler. Xnttal.
champion ot England defeated Cuv'li.
tho Australian champion. 111 tho
record-breaking time of cninnU' '
A l'en.lnn l'raml t'enttrnl.
Wasii!N'0To.v Sept. 9. The pension
offlee baa recelreil n eotisclenco cnutrl-
Imtlon of SS.so from n ieiislotier in
l'ennsylvBuin who atates that he ob-
tained the money fraudulently.
thervtioily Pnya So.
Coonrcta Candv Cathartic the m st won
dorful mislloil ilw-overv of Hie ape pleas-
ant nnd lofrrsliinir to the taste set roiiU.v
and positively on kidneys livrr .mil howelx
eleatisliiK tho entire sxstein illnpel olil
euro lienllnolie lever hnliitmil 1 nnstipntion
and biliousness. Please buv nnd 'rvn box
of C. C. C to-dnv; 111 ! Mleenis. sjol'land
guaranteed to cure by u'l ilimmlsts.
Biz Days of Good Times.
Tho last dny a of September will long
bo remembered by such of our fellow
citizens as attend i!io Topekn fall festi-
val and silver anniversary of tho A. T.
& S. V. railway. The program each day
will be replete with novelties and the
dtills anil tham battles of tho troops
and tho parades of other bodies will
prove interesting to visitors. The
Santa Va routo has mndo a rate of SS a 'J
for round trip from Until rlo Tickets
on sale Sept. -0-30 limlfd until Oct 4
1807. A. J ConiiiNS Agent
16 TO 1 SHOTS I
Silver Dollar Saloon
F. M. W1ATT Prop
Victor llutldlnr corner Harrison and first
Tho best of Liquors and Winos In
itock. All brands of llcor Cigars and
I'obacco Kreo LunchcB served on
Saturday eveninga. I'atrona aro al-
(wed to aettlo tho Onanoial question
'hllo doing business with this popular
Notice lo CruilitorH.
In tho matter of tho ustato of John S.
I'umyea dr. late of tho city of (iuthi le
county of Logan Territory of Oklahoma
All persons having claims against sld
John H. I'umyea dr. deceased are re-
quired to exhibit thn same with the hoc-
canary vouchors to tho umlnrslinicd duly
appointed and qualMicd administratrix
with tho will annexed of tho estato of
said decoased at tho law ollieo of Cot-
toral .fc Honor niistalra 214 Wost Okla-
homa avenue In the city cf tiuthrlo
county of Logan and Territory of Okla-
homa and that four months after the
first publication of this notlco has been
limited by order of tho probate court of
said Logan county as the time for credit-
ors of slid deceased to exhibit und pro-
sonttliolr claims against said estato.
Dated the 7th day of Aiuzust. 1807.
KATK V. I'l'MYKA.
AdmlntraUrlx.wlth will annexed of said
And the Best
Whiskies Wines and Brandies
of a persons tooth
Is often of tho dentist's making. Any-
body can polish teeth but bringing
out tho brilliant natural color is a
different thing. Wo oxcol In every
branch of dental soiotico and our prices
aro no moro than maybe you havo paid
for bungling work
G. A. HUGHES D. D.S.
The Leading Dentist.
Office ro una 1 S and 1 ovor Dank of
Indian Tori 1 tory.
Bakery and Ice Cream
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.
L ' I ' f
"SL'KCIAL 11HEW" Jb'OJt FAMILY USE;
24 HOTTLKS F0K $1.00.
PHONE NO. 2.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
Manufactures all Kinds of Vohlcklos. Painting TrlmmlnK
and Ropalrlng Promptly Attondod to.
322 South Division Stroot. - GUTHRIE O T
St. Louis A: Sun FrunciHCO Hail-
way. The jKipular tlirougli car mute from Ar-
kansas Cfty anil Winter to all points In Mis-
souri Arkansas Kansas OXlanoma Indian
Territory Texas Colorado. Wyoming Utah.
New anil OKI Mexico. Arlsoiia 111 alio. Mon-
tana Nevada California Washington and
The Frisco Line li also the meat direct
route tn SI. I .null and all jHilnts east. Kit-
Kant I'ullman I'alacc sleepers recltnlnj:
chair cars (seats free) and ctuilicn on afl
The I'rlsco is always llrst to cet out of old
ruts and Imprme Us lacltltlet tor hanAHni!
jMStenevrs and Irelglit
The (lncst slcoplnR cars In the world.
Another advance li the lntrodiicllon of
To do the express business of this company.
The atMJve i-ipri'Hs romiuny rovurs linos
from ulie Atl.mtlc to the (lulf and none
stauitN higher than Wclls-l'arKO.
lir tlmo-lablPN maps rales and full par-
ticulars addri'KH neatcHt aRcnt of the I'rlsco
Line or the following-
II I'. YOAKUM Gcnl Mantsr
SI. Iouls Mo.
O T. NICHOLSON O. V. A.
fit Louis Mo.
WM. NOI1LU T 1' & V. A
South Mi-Alestcr 1 T.
Famous Noonday Train
via IMg 1 Route.
Niagru Fnl In
Klnost and fastost regular train lr
twcn Mississippi river and Kastorn sua-
li()iii. No tunnel at St.I.ouls; no furry
tramfor nt New York.
W. P. DI-U'PK. Ass't O. P. A. St t.ouls.
U.O. McCOUMICIC P. T. MClnc nnatl
M. E. INOALLS President.
Tho 3:30 train Is tho through Colorado
J. B. FAIRFIELD
The best grades ot Coal al-
ways in store. The McAlester
a specialty. Prompt delivery.
fd-Office and yards 605 W
Harrison Phone 20
matmsnt t mi rrr. nrgaiga;
Did You Sec Our
When It was in
Hut wo won't t.ilk Ilurselesa Currlagu
Our General Catalogue and
Buyers' Guide Fall and
U ready for dUtrlbution. It nan nearly
800 pageH over RGuo llutrHtloiw and
more than 10u du -ritluiis with prlc
In ordering frun iu.. you Jiave a million
dollar stock of goods to swloot from.
Your Monoy Rofundod If Goods
aro not as Roprosontod.
Snd 16 cents to partly nay postuge or
upiUHSlc und we will soud you a copy
of our (Jeoerul Uataloguo ami UuyoiV
Tho Croct Mall Ordor Koubo.
111 to 120 Uichijan Ave.. Chlugo.
Clearing Up Sale of All Summer Goods
IN THE HOUSE
Now is the time to grasp the best opportunity to secure the biggest bargains
we have ever offered. Our entire stock of
AND - BOYS3
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 Hau 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
Hi "i 5 CZ
Oklahoma Avenue and First Street.
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