The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 87, Ed. 1, Friday, September 10, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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For Abstracts JLoane and Insurance see W. M. Bronaon rear of Bank of Indian Territory .
FUR Will BE B
Arrangements Terfccted for a
W P T l'
The W r T t' will mtfl today at
t p in with Mm Cltia Anderson oon
Perkins avenuo. Krery motnbor m
urged to bo present strangers wel
come. V M. L Uaa President
Tho Oklahoma Btato Pair to bo hold
at Uutbrle October 11 to 16 inelustve
will be tho greatest exposition yet
held in Oklahoma. Over S5.000 for the
agricultural livo stook and general
exhibition dopartrnonts. Kvery prom-
urn is guaranteod by a company
thoroughly roliablo financially. Some
of the best horses in tho United Satos
have entered (or tho racos. Large
premiums will be o tiered and paid to
pnre livo stock and agricultural pro-
ducts. Good premiums will also bo
i nereu in mo uno an uujjui nuuu
giving all the women of the territory
a chance. There will be spoelal at
tractions such as chariot races bal-
loon ascensions and all sorts of enter-
tainments Tho association Is determined to
offer promiums largo enough with a
certainty of their prompt paymont to
induce the pooplo to show tho best
the" have of everything. Farmers
gruutu up your best horses mules
colts cows and calves hogs sheop
and poultry as well as the best agri-
cultural products of your raising and
bring them to tho Oklahoma Stato
I air. This fair should bo made an ex-
hibit of tho very bust products of
which Ibis territory is so magnificent
In connection with the fair will be
held a cotton exposition. This will
be a special feature and is expected
to be tho finest display of this pro-
duct ever shown in the territory botli
n the balo and on the stalk.
lilg premiums will be off jred for tho
best county exhibit Logan county be-
ing excluded from this competition.
Here is a chance for tho various coun-
ties to provo which is tho best livo
stocli and agricultural county in tho
territory by carrying oft the first prem-
ium among the county exhibits. Ar-
rangements are being mado to trans
port the county exhibits artistically
arranged in a car throughout tho
east after tho fair as an advertise-
ment for Oklahoma. Send for prem-
ium list to Secretary Oklahoma State
Fair Guthrie Okla
MUKDEK CASE DISMISSED-
Tonctitil for Forty l'lduki
A farmer from tho country was rob
bed of 840 by the Inmates of a dlvo on
tho railroad right of way Wodnesday
night. OfUccr Jon Pentecost recovered
the money and restored it to the
1'roRrnni of Tonight' lUtnl Concert
Hand concort tonight by tho First
Regiment baud on tho government
aero. The program:
i uuthrie )lrl
e Willi in the Flood
7. Utile Christopher
A Jollv Nlcht
Star Spangled Manner
M.-ii i ti
Two Step March
KilnrntoVour llnnreli With L'ltornreU.
CmhIv Cathartic cure constipation forever
lOc.SBc IfCC.C fall drucclRtx refund money
When the Governor It Here.
tcrday issued tho following order:
Territory of Oklahoma. Ofllco of tho
Adjutant-General Guthrie Scptctn
ber 0. 1897. Special Order No. 7.
1. For the purpose of denoting the
presence of tho governor at the capi-
tol tho national colors will be dis-
played at full mast upon tho execu-
tive building from sun rise to sun set
2. The quartcrmastor-sorgeant at-
tached to headquarters is charged
with tho execution of these orders.
Pmr. C. RosKNnAUM
To Cure Comtlmtlon forever.
Take Onncereu Candy Cathartic. lOe orSfic.
It C C C. fall to cure drupplsts refund muuey
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Dumkriftw ("our .Sot I'mM Blm
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red rough hands &tamc:w
CITY IN HHIEF.
Itingling Dros. aro lulung tho city.
Thrco carloads of hogs wore shipped
to Kansas City yesterday.
Large quantities of watermelons arc
being shipped to Minnesota.
Prcdoriek Jlllson of this city has
been granted an Increases of pension.
at 31 a bushel.
loads ot castor beans
in the city yesterday
llillposter Jlcntloy is papering the
city for Hall's dog show which comes
on tho 22nd Inst.
Uov. Holt has returned
J. C. ToiiBloy is over
Swit?er is over from Haul.
from HI Henq
Eastern demand for Oklahoma
peaches Is great. Two carloads will
jjq shipped out noxt week.
Kd Green of
Mulball waB in the
IUchard llansing Goos Free Owing to
Lack of Evidence.
Coal Inspector Amos Kwlng went to
Wanted An apprentice girl at tho
Fair 11-4 Oklahoma ave.
Mrs. Uro. Abbott Is hero from Kan-
sas City visiting her mother.
A L. Tilton left yesterday for Kan-
sas City to rcsuino his medical studies.
J. A. Wilson and Anna
were married yesterday
Our motto is to try to
one. lloncu tho great
Uuihrlo Steam Laundry.
Morris it llalnor's new peach brandy
distillery is running full blast and
turning out sparkling brandy.
has returnod from the " Tho Guthrie Iteds will cross bats
with the Perry team on the latter's
grounds Sunday September 12 1S97
In the district court yestorday the
entlro day was taken up with tho trial
of tho caso of tho Territory vs. Eld-
rldgo Preston. Tho ovldonco was all
submitted and the argument partially
hoard. Tho caso will go to tho iury
this forenoon after Judge Strag makes
tho closing argument.
Tho caso of tho Territory vs. Rich-
ard Uansing was dismissed. It will
boremembored that tho defendant was
prosecuted for the murder of John A.
Parkins in tho northern part ot tho
county during tho summer of 18!M.
The) caso has been tried twico aud both
times tho jury hung. Tho witnesses
have become scattered one of tho
mo6t important ones being in the
state of Washington. The prosoout-
ing attorney deeded It Impossible to
recuro a verdict of guilty and so dis-
Missed tho case.
The following iudictracnts were re-
.tailed by tho grand jjry.
Territory vs. John Gray burglary
defendant arraigned and given twonty-
fours to plead.
Territory vs Jamos 'llircBlmr grand
larceny; defendant arraigned and
given twenty-four hours to plead.
Territory vb E. 12. Fuller burglary;
defendant atraigncd and given twenty-four
hours to plead.
Territory vs. James Gray grand lar-
ceny defendant arrainged and given
twenty-four hours to plead.
Territory vs. Gubb Lowe Jas. Mc-
Neal llabo Adaiaa MacK ltryau and
Win. Anderson. Theso parties aro in-
dicted for rioting disturbing lawful
assembly and resisting an oillcer in
lawful discharge of his duties during
a colored festival held last month on
Second street which resulted in tho
killing of ono of the partloipadts by
O llicer Ulshop.
Hock IilKUil't Uoiid Work.
Tho Rock Island will advertise Okla-
homa in a novel manner this fall. A
bagirage care has been assigned to
apeclol duty as a traveling "agricul
tural hall" and its contents which It
is proposed to gather at two or three
Oklahoma stations will bo placed ou
exhibition at various fairs throughout
the country along tho lino of the
Great Rock Island Routo.
Ike RubIi .ono nt Lincoln county's
prominent politicians is over from
Mrs. II. M. Carpenter of Omaha
Nob is visiting friends and relatives
Id tho city;
Mrs. A. A. Wright is in St. Louis
Mo visiting her son She will bo
gono sovcral weeks.
A lively scrap botween a dressmaker
aud her unknown customer created
excitement on Harrison avenue yesterday.
Tho governor haB received a petition
for tho pardon of Colo Martin now
serving a term at Lansing for embe.-
zlcmcnt. Eleven loads of seed cotton were
markotcd in tho city yesterday. Shar
um t Co. bought Boveral loads paying
31.00 per hundred.
Gov. liarncs yesterday gavo a hear-
ing to the petitioner!) in tho pardon case
ot Scott aud Win Mitchell. No de-
cision was reached.
Mrs Geo. Abbott of Kansas City
is in tho city for a few weeks visiting
friendB and relatives.
Judgo Goo. A. Greon has gono to
Washington to see tho size of Judgo
Strang's endorsements for tho chief
Miss Vernal Egbert came over from
Chanel lor yesterday to meet Miss Kate
Owens ot Kansas who will visit a
fow weeks in Chandler
All memborB of Guthrio Lodge No
2 K. ot P. are requested to attend
tonight's convention. Work In the
ranks of page and esquire.
J. M. Whkki.kr C. C.
K. of R. A 8. and M. of F.
Highest Honors World's Fall
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fe
u em rtmmcni j Aium or any oner aauncram
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Whene'er your laundry is not satis-
factory if you will return it before
wearinir wo will re-laundry free of
charge. Guthrio Steam Laundry.
H. L. Cohen tho fashlonablo tailor
will show you the newest neatest and
most complete lino ot lailor-mado
goods ever shown in Guthrie.
Two nicely furnished rooms for rent
ltathroom In connection. Cull at311l East
Cluvoland avenue. John lliiuutliitf.
Claude Warner tho now snare drum-
mer and traps artlJt recently signed
by the First Regiment band arrived
yesterday from Great liend Kan.
The Stato Fair association has
opened an olUco on Second stroet be
tween Liarrlson ana uuiauoma fit. .is.
Cherry is acting as assistant secretary.
Among tho Oklahoma plc-scekcrs in
Washington aro F. L. Leach W. 11.
Harper and Seymour Price of Okla
homa City; 0 A. Morris and Judgo
McnU of l'erry.
A now laundry man with sovcral
yoars oxpcrlonco has just taken charge
of tho work. Givo us your laundry
and you'll novcr regret it. Guthrie
Do not overlook this Horn. Wo con
sider it a matter of great importance
to at all times observe the "Golden
Rule " Owing to this tact tho public
is always ready to patronize the
Guthrio Steam Laundry. F. M Curtis
Arkansas City Traveler: Ex-Governor
Renfrow of Oklahoma accom-
panic by his family passed through
the city this morning onrouto to Nash-
ville Teun. whoro they will visit for
a fow weeks. On his return the gov-
ernor will stop in Missouri to look
after his mining interests near Joplin
Speaking of Oklahoma tho governor
said that everything that growB in
this latitude made a full crop this
year. The cotton and wheat aro es-
pecially very flno and prollUc Fruit
of all kinds are in great abundance
and oven peanuts will help to swell
tho grand aggregate of tho produc-
tions of the "Land of tho Fair God."
To Cure C'uuitliatlon Korerer.
TakenaMtets Candy Cathartic 10c orJ5c.
It C C. C. fall to cure. drunuUu refund mnnev
Tho wagon from 'phone 4 will be
pleased to call anywhere in the city
for your laundry. Remember wo have
an oi port laundryman with sovcral
years' experience in charge ot the
work F. M. Curtis.
Mrs. Dr. Emerson and daughter will
arrivo from Winileld this evening and
tomorrow will lcavo for Galveston.
Miss Loa Hoffman of Chandler will
Warren llcnnctt camo in yestorday
from Russell Gulch Colo whero he
has been operating gold mines. He
Intends making his homo hero and
will perhaps embark in tho cotton
Secretary Jenkins has commissioned
tho following notaries public: J. A
llooman Choctaw Oklahoma county;
Sam T. Cariico. Alva WoodB county;
L. W Moore Alva Woods county; Jas.
H. Hale Pawnee Pawnco coukty.
Frank Wyatt has fitted up a cotton
exchange In tho Silver Dollar salooc.
A neat railing sots oil an oillce which
Is furnished with desk and chairs.
Cotton buyers aro expected to make
their headquarters there and a num-
ber will pay for tho lleccy staple at
just west ot
son avenue last night. Free lunch
was served and a largo crowd enjoyed
the festivities. Tills bar contains the
fixtures of tho old Turf exchange of
Oklahoma City considered the finest
in the territory. Hsrley Oliver will
assiBt tho Caae brothers In serving the
Health means a perfect condttltlon
ot the whole system. Pure blood is
csscutlal to porfect health. Hood's
Sarsaparllla makes pure blood and
thus gives health and happiness.
Hood's Pills are tho favorite family
cathartic and liver medicine. Price 25c.
Quotations of Various Staples by Local
Wtieat (now) hart)
Oallr UhlcaifG null
Kltitetl by J. I. VH
block. Ontario. OUaboi
New York Uraln anil
llllamt roam It Gray
el September 9 ISf.
M M MM
It TO A 7
We thank you kindly for past favors
and hope you will continue to rciuum.
ber us for no one can bo found who It
more anxious to please than y. M.
Curtis proprietor Guthrie Steam
oponcd their new 6aloon
tho Okla hotel on llarrl
I fa tjg .in?
How's Your Stock of
If it is running low let us
replenish it. AVe have every-
thing that a first-class grocery
store should keep and every
article in the place is pure and
fresh. We don't have to tell
you that. "We are just out of
it" we never let our stock get
as low as that.
Your3 for fresh groceries
The Welcome Grocery.
Magnetic Matchless Marvelous
Bargain Giving at the Big Store. Your opportunity is now. Amazing Bargains
in every department. A display of seasonable merchandise beyond expectation.
Two Tonrd Novelty Chovlots Ilriplit Silk aud
Wool Novelties Alhambre Cheeks. Princess
lleatrlro Series Irrldoscent Novelty Siiitlnirs
Kugllsh Novolty Curls Fancy Momtos. All
worth from 75c to 11.2..
Spring Senson Price oi)c.
Novolty llourettos Trnssach Chovlots English
Covert Cloths ltrocatollos Novolty Jacquards
Paris Poplin NmolthH worth up to I1.7S
Opening Season Trice S8c.
Novelty Chovlots invisible chocks two toned
Tarlequln multl -colored Granite novnr sold for
less than Wo
Opening Season L'rice 529c.
ltlack Mohair Granites lllack Ilrocado Sultan-
as Ulack Noptuuo Itrochys Marfc French Mat-
olaus lllack Paris Drapd'eto lllack Uroad-
cloths lllack Molroso Novelties; 09c for tl value
75c for tl.86 value 59e for values up to 75c.
The barealu wouder of the easonf strictly all
Dress Goods ovr 50f. pieces to
Choice Tor Yard lHc.
72 inch Tablo Damaik
bleached (Irish made) 49c.
72 inch heavy Scotch Cieam Damask 33c.
Fast Colors Turkey llc-d
Kxtia heavy German Cream Damask S3c.
Youth's Lonj? Troust-r Suitt sizes II to 10
absolutely all wool heavy weltrhl fahrlci In Nut
llrown Checks Plaids etc single or ilouhlo
breasted silk sowotl wltli farmer satin lining
7.50 and (8 values
Cyclone Trice $i.!)r.
Hoys' double breasted Reefer S'lits. puro all
wool Cusslmiires and Worsteds patent waist-
bands none over shown llko It for loss than f l.co
up to W.oo
Sale Price $2.i)S.
Hoys' heavy weight all wool double breasted
School Suits Plaid Cheeks and llrown Mixtures
ages to !.' yoars. Worth up to 3.0O
Sitlo Price $1.45.
300 Hoys" Suit odd and ends bought at ono-
half value; all slnn all colors Reefer Middy
and Junior Suit Included.
Choice oi Entire Lot 5)Sc.
STYLISH FALL FOOTWEAR.
Now ready ahead of all others. In a word It's
tho representative shoo stock of tho territory
tno picked tMt of Amorlcas foremost shoo-
nmkcrs. Ladles' walkliiK shoos In tho nowost lasts. Now
liostou Now York and Coin Voos Kid or Patent
Loathor Tops Thin or Heavy Solos; shoes not
likely to ho found under W elsewhere. Starting
"C . ci.onk'h" snoclal School Toaehur's Shoes.
glove fitting gloriously easv and comfortable
tin eft Ilox Calf or Doneola Kill
Shoes Kaugaroo Pall
Ltee or Itutton.
nvery pair wurrautn
Sale Prico $1.48.
Misses' Shoes f i out 09c up.
Children's Shoes from 49c tip.
Infant's Shoos from 2n- up.
Remember ve devote one entire Store Room
to our Shoo Department.
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Kcru rieeco-lliiPd L'nlon Suits JOz.
Hcru Klooec-llned Vests and Pants each
Ladies' Scarlet Undorwoar hist made 6flc.
Ladles' Gry-mlxed Undorwcar all wool 30c.
Ladles' Merino Vest and Pants 43c.
Ladles' llalbrlBgan I'nderwoai 2Uc.
Misses' Underwear from 12c up.
C'htldion's Underwear from 9c uu
MEN'S CAST IRON FOOTWEAR.
Moii' Solid Satin Calf Shoos laco or congros
worth f 1.75. Choice 98s.
Msn's Shoos llox Calf Waterproof worth t2.50.
Sulo price 91.39.
Our Men's Shoo Department comprises over
10000 pairs moro Men's Shoes In the Ulg Store
than there is contained In all tho stores In Guthrie.
Grand lot of manufacturers' samples Including
cvury grade from tine to ordinary in white gray
scarlet. Iiroxwi strlpos from ono of tho best mills
in California llouiekeopors hoarding houses
and hotels never had such an opportunity.
lllnnkcts worth tin go at ?7.
lllankots worth 1 12 go at to.
lslanltots worth 110 go at ft 75.
Blankets worth fS go at ti 33.
lllankots worth ?u go at t3.43.
lllankots worth M go at &MU.
IJIankets north (3 go at 1.3K.
lilankets worth f'.' go at 93c.
lllankots worth ii.ut go at 42c.
MEN'S FINE CLOTHING.
Wonderful llargain Offering. Wo Start tho
Hall a rolling caught and bofoie tho rise. Don't
miss ttm chance. Men's Suits In Single and
Double Hreasted Sack" up to-dato worth $3.
Sale Price $1.25.
Men s Suits strictly all-wool Chovlots. tailored
high art. nono hotter fitting. This suit Is a
corker. Wo have them In Plaids Checks etc
Somo exclusive dealer would call them asuapatgi
The Rig Sioro Price $0.38.
Moa's Nulls fay Worsteds. Nono of your
sweatshop clothing In ours. Kery garment
union-made. Colors guaranteed. Sack or cutaway.
Rcmombor our Clothing Department Is tho larg-
ost In tho territory
Are we here to stay? Guess yes. Why don't somebody smile? Our growth
has not been the child of fancy. 'Do as we advertise Polite treatment Money
back for the asking is what has built Guthrie's Greatest Store
"The Cyclone" Big Stares.
Z. C. MOORE Proprietor.
DEALERS IN EVERYTHING.
109 & 111 DIVISION STREET.
r -r-r-H--H--H- 1
NEW ERA OF PROSPERITY
is dawning upon you and to be J
with the people we will show you our NEW ERA $
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS for Fall and Winter at Popular 1
Prices 50c 00c 70c 75c 85c and 90c. You will see 5
some Elegant New Designs in our west show-window. 4
Come in and look them over under around up and j
down and see THE BEST SHIRT TOR THE MONEY j
ever sold in Guthrie. Do you use SILK HANDKER- 3
CHIEFS specially when you can get them at our 4
Popular Prices Just ten dozen left; a regular 50c j
011c at 35c or 8 for SI. You can see them by looking J
in our west show window. For good things at Popu- j
lar Prices call and SEE OUlt IMMENSE COMPLETE
PALL STOCK where courteous salesmen will attend 7
to your wants carefully. j
Yours for trade -
H. L. COHEN
t Clothier and Haberdasher i
I 2U WEST OKLAHOMA AYE.
0LSMITH ARMS COMPANY.
Guns Pistols Ammunition Bicycles Fishing Tackle and Sportsmen Goods.
FALL SEASON 1897
The Latest Up-to-date Footwear.
The Greatest Shoe Values Ever Shown
For Kepairing Guns Bicycles Sewing Machines Type-
writers Gasoline Stoves and Musical Instruments most any old
thing will do. but it takes something of an artist to do it well.
You will find him at
Notice to Architect.
You &r Invited to prosont plans anil
sptcttlcatlona for tho main part of a nor-
mal school building to bo erected at Alva
O. T. at a cost of fortytlvo hundred dol-
lars (It .vj) material to bo stone. 1'or
further Information address
John U. Mitch.
Secretary Hoard KdmonJ O. T.
See Smith the bill distributor.
Notice to Water Uonimuari
The time for sprinkling lawns until
further notice will be between the
hours of 0 and 8 o'clpcU p. m. each day.
H. C. IUrnky Water ComV.
WantHlA good girl to do general
houiowork InQiilruat Levy's Ilea Hive
Corner First and Oklahoma Ave Guthrie Okla.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Educate tor Real Lite at Capital Gity Business Collage
115-117 South Socoml St. Guthrio 0. T.
HIx experienced practical instructors. Tho latest and 'best business inethcdn.
Terms within the reach of everyone who earnestly desires to qualify for good
employment and success. Call or wnto for particulars.
Fall Term Begins September S 1897.
Tailoring Cleaning and Hepalrlng
Dyeing a Spelaltj
Ml W Harrison Guthrie. Ok.
The subscriber has a lev nrst-class tree
ot tbe above variety (purple to tfie pi
wblcbbe will transplant iu place fo of
cents per tree. Address
Quttirte u T
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