The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 89, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 12, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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For Abstracts Loans and Insurance gee W. M. Bronion rear of Bank of Indian Territory .
Town Farmers Thank The Leader (or
Uolng Ooad Work
KlUTOll 1-KAHKtl. Tiik Lkaukk has
struck tho proper chord. I am glad
this scalo business has been ventilated
it the opening of the reason. The
farmer is not looking (or tho worst of
a deal and as a general rule 1b wary
but when it eomos to weights he is
generally in tho dark. I wculd advise
rverv farmer han'mg cotton to tho
.ty to first weigh his stuff in Uuthrle
at the public sealeB or somewhere
where he oan expect fair treatment.
If Tun Lkaukk will keop on its ven-
tilating clothes a whole lot of commer-
cial Bins can be rectified.
tiuthrle September 11.
CITY IN BMEF.
Soxauer 414 Mast Cleveland. Is
agent for the Guthrie Steam Laundry.
Joseph Rosonstoin Into proprietor
of tho Merchants' hotel at Perry died
Lost A package of bills belonging
to Outhrlo Steam Laundry. Please
roturn to this clllse and receive re-
ward Andy Nelson won the pony rallied
off at the Mistletoe bar last night. He
had No 18. The pony is known as
"Orlando Tom "
Mrs. It W. Mycr and daughter. Miss
Mlily loft on tho morning train for
Hraporla Kan. whore they will re
main for several months visitintr
friends and relatives
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FA lit SPOUTS.
l.lit or the IlAllr Hint; Ktenls Ht tbe Knlr
The following Is the race program
for each day of tho fair:
First Day Tuesday Oat. 1:
t 3 su trot I aw
.; s pact- . sw
'. mile dart running M
Second Day Wednesday Oct IS:
4 - a trot mo
.' Kpacr 2W
e ontlrmen s DrlvlDR Ilace Oklabo
ma horses not trained for one
vear previous to date of entr
and nut taavine a record better
iban 28 t to tie drhento burg hf
owners best two In tnreei mile
I au 2
' ' a lie and repeat running raie S
Third Day Thursday Oct 14:
2 10 trot MO
V 2 16 pace WO
lo .18 trot
il l mile and it-peal running rate . UU
Fourth Day Friday Oct 15:
le ."ospaie m
ii i 30 pare Wi
it ee special protjrara for the comll-
iions oi llil race. Special farm
rsrace untrained nore. pe
lal premium ollered of more
tli an .
i' l mile noveltv running rare; money
divided at quarter 100
t'i mile dasb running OUauoina
horses s years olil and under 4 40
Hocords in ado previous to Oct. i
1S97 will bar horses from all of the
quotations of Various Staples by Local
W Lea t (new) s"tt
Wiieat (newi hard
til. UTis oU)
' astor lleaim
Oalljr Chicago and New York drain Mini
Hi Iirted by J I.. William room II Oray
tun k tiutliric okuUoma
l p to clow of marttet September It. 1SW.
1 I 11
Aill.lr. . 0n I High ' Ijcm ' Close
Wheat- Dec WTHAH BT. 1t MS
lorn Rec wiV 32' (i '" US
Vjtton Oct W Ml W. JO 1 ;IH 8W)-V1
l'urk Dec fmtMi 8.l"! W
Wheat Corn ' l'ork Out ton
fM Jyclra.rH 1 tV. W IT to W)IH
To Curo Constipation VnroTrr.
Take rascarau Gnndv Cathartic. 10c or So.
If C V. C. full to curs druinrlsu refund mnnev
Jlauker to Meet
Tho Oklahoma Uankorb' Assooiatloi
has issued a circular letter Inviting
the bankers of the territory to alteno
u convention at til Ueno on Dec 8 ant
become members of tho association
lleferr.ng to tho program and the ob
ject of thcioonvenlion tho lottor has to
"Tho program will be froo from Bet
speeches or lengthy discussions and
will consist of popular and practical
questions of interest to till bankers
Koch topic limited to thirty mlnutet
opon to all delegates under live minute
rule limotobo extended by unani-
mous consent Tho convention in all
probability will bo the largest and
most representative gathoring of bank-
ers Oklahoma has evur seen.
"Thcro never has boon a timo in the
history of banking circles in Oklabo
ma when It would bo of more bcnctli
to tho bankers to form themselves into
an association than at tho prcBent
time A now banking law has been
enacted and the dltcussion of its pro
vlstonB will bo of much benefit to nil
persons engaged in tho banking bust
ness. Every member should lend hie
assistance towards solldifloation and
concentration of intelligence and woll-
informed labors liy nsscolation in
formation is spread and increased ar-
guments begun and whon sifted down
by discussion united effort carrios
them to a successful and beneficial
Correspondence Dally Leador.
Ci oud Chikk Sept 9 Tho two Uioli'
art bora and John 1'enner broke jail
tonight while the lallor was at supper
All aro charged with burglary and ur
ton Fred Horn charged with mur
-ler refused to go and gave the alarm
in a few minutes.
Kqual hairrnce Club.
'1 hero will be a business meeting of
the Equal Suffrage club Monday Sop
teinber 13 at 3 p in at the homo of
Mrs Herod on Springer avenue. It
is necessary that all miunbf r bo pros-
cut. Como and help arrauge to iuakt
the coming county convention a bene
tit and a success.
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Gripe Ocam of Tartar Powder. Tree
(join Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARtX
Mr. J. C. Monahan of Now York
City nn expert eoatmaker has ac-
cented a position in 11 L Cahen's tail-
oring department. Nothing but the
best Is good enough for Mr Cohen
Chtof Deputy John Halo was among
tho passongetB on tho noon train tak-
ing a young thief from Beaver county
totOulhrle. Kmll Phillips only 13
years old robbed a postolllco in that
county. Perry Enterprise-Times.
Assistant District United States
Attorney Itoy Hoffman and Attorney
John Stone loft yosterday for King-
fisher and El Ueno. At El Reno they
will join Judge Tarsney's western
court party which will do business in
the short gratis country for six weeks.
A numbor of pupils from tho coun-
try are planning to attend tho city
Rchnnln the cninlncr vnar. Thev do-
slro rooms and board. Anyone having
rooms to rent furnished or unfur-
nished will confer a favor by leaving
street and number and price at tho
Central school building.
Messrs. Fred and Chariot Haiti win
the well-known photo artists have
opened a studio at No. 110 Oklahoma
avenue which is a permanent fixture
for Oklahoma. These gentlemen havo
tho largest camera in tho territory
and their former work here will guar-
antee them a large share of the work
in their lino. See their advertisement
in another ulace In this paper
Tho jovial Paul Jundt manager of
I'ttbst Brewing Co. of Uuthrle was
In town Tuesday night and In com-
pany with II. A. Lowry visited tho
band room and listened to tho prnc-
tlrn. Mr. .1 limit Is a musician nml liln
opinion carries weight. Ho was highly
ploased with the band and stated that
tboy could discount anything In tho
territory except tho Outhrlo regimen-
tal band. Payno County Populist.
Protect yourself against sicknesa and
suffering by kecpiug your blood rich
and puru with Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Weak thin Impure blood Is sure to ro-
suit in disease.
Hood's Pill's nro easy to take easy
lo operate. Cure indigestion blhluos-
Plrst HaptlHt Chtireh lllhlti school U:4..
a. in. Survlcot to the children by tho
mistor 11 a. m. Yuuiik people's Borvlcos
7 p. in. Sormon by the jiustor subject
"Wealth uud Waste" 7:4. p.m. Stratmors
cordially iu Ited
Prouchltig at tho Mi'tliodUt church
onrnnr llroud ami Vllai by Pun tor V. E.
Shanks. Mernlti? stibjoot "What a
Wrttiin ti lllil ' ll.nnlnrr unttlnf.1 "Vlnn11
(the church . Sunday school u o'clock
a. in. livory one welcome.
Trinity Church 13th Sunday after
Trinity. Sunday School 10 a. in. Sun Ice
and sermon lln. m Evening sorvico and
sermon 8 p. in . Pull surpllced choir will
take charge of tho music aststod by
'elect voices. Vodiioduy tivonlng sorvico
uui bible class d p. tn. Friday llttiuy and
t'oulr piactlco at p. ui
Plymouth ConKicgutluunl church Suu-
lay school in u. in ; church service II a
n. stilije.t "Concentration ot Purmiko
in 'lie I. li'Utlau Life " Junior Clii'lHtlun
dudenver I p. in.; Y. P. S. C. R. 0:t.;
'(Vim I UK' service 8 p. m suhjoct "Obotll-
iich the Only True Servlc " You are
Invited to worship with us. Win. L
100 Hownril 100.
The reader of thin lutper will be pleaanl tn
learn that there Is at least Olio drtadeil disease
thatacienue ba been ablo to rure in all its
stauen and that la Cutarrh. Uall'n Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure Known lot be in fib
leal fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease require a constitutional treatment.
Hall'a Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally m-tlnc
directlv upon the blood and mucous Riirfarea of
the sjntetn thcrehy detrolnR the foundation
nftheditenae and glvlnctlic patient Mrcncth
bv bulldinifiip tho constltuttou uud astilstlni;
nature in dolnp Its work. The proprietor haro
so much faith In its curative powers that they
olfer One Hundred Dollars for any case that ft
faila to eure. tiend for Hit of testimonials.
Address 1 J. CHKNEY&CO.Tolcdo.O.
Of Sold by Druggists 7i.
I.. oM lhfonsho.il 11. r .1 l'nTTrslISi AM 'SIX
u..u. . H..1. l'ronrl lor. H.Mton
itt I Ttrj tllr II """ "mlilM ""
our ii wio
rrf.nlnl li"! ur- '!.
I I'rlll HA S'Hf
I 111 rt r risbermeii llroiTiie I
1)1 nkihr. SopL II --'i'he fishing lliet
returned here to-day from Iwlninl and
reporttd that out of ninety-eight
boatn. six foiindored during the scu-
lon reuniting In the drimiiinir "f
thirt men nnd boys.
I'ortuno Lost In Humbling.
HlltasKlJi Sept II. A foreigner
who is said to lo llnron Max Yon
Sfhrnder n lietltonitnt In the (lermiin
army who had been at O.tond during
tlie entire sonson commit ted sulpi.lc
In-vt evening. He is said to have loit
40inoo in gnmbllng
1 lui Knlinr In Mlmln W.irfure.
ilAMiil'ltn; Sept ll Emperor Will-
iam to-dity porsonnlly comnmnded the
attacking force in the nrmv manouv-
?i-h. nil tho troops being ongnjred
against uu iinaglnttry army.
To Cure Constlpiitlnii Forever.
Take Cuscarota Candv Cathartic Klo orSfic
If C C. C fall to cure. druRKlsta refund money.
The wagon from 'phono 4 will be
pleased to call anywhere in tbe city
for your laundry. Homember we have
an expert laundryman with several
years' experience In chargo of the
work. F. M. Curtls:
Lost A ladles' white silk parasol
and fan. Finder please leave at The
Ladies' Cliatlaln bags in plain and
plaid silks corduroy etc. worth 81 25
for 4Sc at Ramsay's.
Two nlcoh furnished rooms for ront.
Bathroom In connection. Call iitlllO Ea.U
Cleveland avenue John lluontlng.
Our motto Is to try to please every
one. Hcnco tho great rush to the
Outhrlo Steam Laundry.
Wanted An apprentice girl at the
Fair 114 Oklahoma ave.
Itamsay Bros have a bargain in kid
gloves at 85c; four button in taus
browns and reds
Do not overlook this itom Wo con-
sider it a matter of great importance
to at all tlmcB observe the "Golden
Rule " Owing to this fact tho public
Is always ready to patronize the
(luthrle Steam Laundry. V. M. Curt'.e
Notice to Water Consumers.
The timo for sprinkling lawns until
further notice will bo between tho
hours of 0 and 8 o'clock p. ru. each day.
II. C. Bah.vkv Water Cotn'r.
Solicitors wanted. Call at room 1
115 Harrison avenue. Wilcox A Car-
son portrait artists; portraits llnlshtd
in all styles and finish. All work fin-
ished here in tho city and in ado to
Iteloucei: to the Wrong Helmut
A short timo ago Bays the Topeka
Mall and Breoie a Topeka young lady
was troubled with a boll well up on
her knee which grew so bad that she
thought It necessary to call in a
physician. She had formed a dislike
for the family physician so her father
suggested several others aud finally
said he would call in the honioopatblc
doctor who paiscd the houso every
day with hie oasc. They kept a sharp
lookout for hhn nnd when ho came
alone ho wbb called in. Thu young
lady modestly showed him the dis-
abled member. The llttlo man looked
at it aiSi said: "Why that's pretty
bad" "Well" shosaid "what must
I doif" "If I wero you" he answered
"I would send for a physialnu. 1 am
a plans tuner."
PIE FOR COUSIN.
Roported That P. 15 McKinley li to
Be Receiver Here.
Wasiiixhion Sept. U. V E. Mc-
Kinley of Albuiueriue N. M. a
cousin of tho president was tele-
graped last Wednesday and tendered
It o roeolvershlp of tbe Outhrlo land
odiao. He has been an applicant (or
various position; among tnctu tho re-
ceivership of the Santa Fc N. M. land
oftleo It is aald he has accepted tho
Guthrie office and will probably bo ap-
pointed next week The San tu Fore
celverihlp goes to a New Yorker a
fiend o' Seurttry Illlas.
A UW .iS
How's Your Stock of
If it is running low let us
replenish it. We 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. "AVe are just out of
it" we never let our stock get
as low as that.
Yours for fresh groceries
The Upome Grocery.
Compiled and rubllshod by
G. W. McMILLEN.
Containing an alphabetical lint of every
city town village anil hamlet lu Oklahoma
Not one ho ever small or remote will be
omitted Cmler each also alphabetically
urraiiKed. will appear thu name of every
business man or orm. All the names will
appear again clasitUeu according to occupa-
tion The implication will alio contain of-
ficial directories statistical tables ami other
features that will make It an invaluable
boolcof reference to every merchant uianu
farturer proffcsulonal man and shipper In
Notlco to Creditors.
In the matter of tho estate of John S.
l'umyoa Jr. I a to of the city of Outhrlo
county of Logan Territory ot Oklahoma
All persons having claims agalnH said
John a. 1'uinyna Jr. deceased are re-
quired to exhibit the same with thu noc-
ertsary vouchers to tho undortlgnod duly
appointed and qualified administratrix
with the will uunoxnd of tho estate of
said deceased at tho law oQico of Cot-
terul &. Honor upstairs 214 Went Okla-
homa avonue In tho city of Uuthrle
county of Logan aud Territory of Okla-
homa and that four months after the
first publication of this notlco has lieen
limited by order of the probato court of
s&ld Ixigan county as the time for credit-
ors of gild docoased to oxhiblt and pre-
sent their claims against said estate.
Datedt he 7th day of August 1697.
I v XT K V 1 ItM Y KA
Admlntralsrlr.Tvlth will annexed of s&ld
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 Cheviots Bright Sflk and
Wool Novelties Alhambro Checks l'rlncess
Beatrice Serges Irrldcscont Novelty Suitings.
English Novelty Curls Fancy Momlcs. All
worth from 73c to tl.iw.
Novelty Bouiettcs Trossach Cheviot English
Covert Cloth.. Brocatolles Novelty Jacquards
1'arM l'oplln Noeltle) worth up to tl.T.1
Oiioniiii; SenBon Price 88c.
Novelty Cheviots Invisible checks tvo toned
Tarletiuln multl-rolored Oranltos novnr sold for
lcs than f0c
Opening Season Price 2i)c
Black Mohair Uranlte. Black Brocade Sultan-
a Black Neptuuo Brochcs Black French Mat-olast-s
Black Paris Drapd'eto Black Broad-
cloths Black Molrose Novelties; 09c for tl value
75c for 11.35 value fiDc for values up to 75c.
Tho baraaln wonder of tho season strictly nil
wool Novelty Dress Goods over 50C pieces to
Choice Per Yard lc.
72 inch Tablo Damask all Linen Ora??-
blnachcd (Irish made) ll'c.
72 Inch heavy Scotch Cream Damask 38c.
Extra heavy German Cream Damask 83c.
Full bleached or Fast Colors Turkey Red
Youth's Long Trouscr Suits si?.os II to 10
absolutely all wool heavy weight fabrics in Nut
Brown Checks IMalds. otc slnglo or dotiblo
breasted silk sowed with farmer satin lining
J7.50 and $3 values
Cyclone Price $4.!)5.
Boys' double breasted Reefer Silts pure ail
wool Casslmeres and Wotsteds patent waist-
bands nono ever shown like It for loss than U.OO
up to ro (X)
Sale Price $2.1)8.
Boys' hoavy weight all wool double bronsted
School Stilts Pl&ld Checks and Brown Mixtures
age fi to is years. Wortli up to $3.00
300 Boys' Suit odd and ends bought at one-
half value; nil sizes all color Reefers Middy
-inil .liinlnr Suits Included.
Choico of Entire Lot i)8c.
STYLISH FALL FOOTWEAR.
Now roady ahead of nil others. In a word It's
the representative shoo stock of tho territory
trio picked test of Americas foremost shoo-
makors. Ladles' walking slums In tho newest lasts New
Boston Now York and Coin Toos Kid or l'tttnnt
Leather Tops Thin or Heavy Solos; shoos not
likely to bo found under ?4 elsewhere. Starting
"Cvci.onk's" special School Teacher's Shoes
glove fitting gloriously onsv and comfortable
uncsi nox rail or uongoia iviu
Ladles' Shoos Kangaroo Calf Laco or Button.
Every pair warranted
Sale Price $1.18.
Mlssos' Shoes from 09c up.
Children's Shoes from 40c up.
Infant's Shno.s from Sic up.
Remembor wo dovote ono entlro Store Room
to our Shoo Department.
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Ladle' Ecru Fleeco-llned Union Suits 39c.
Ladles' Ecru FIcecc-llncd Vests nud Pants each
Ladlos' Scarlet Underwear bist made 50c.
Ladies' Grey-ralxcd Underwear all wool 30c.
Ladles' Merino Vest and Pants 48c.
Ladies' Balbrlegan I'ndcrweat 29c.
Misses' Underwear from 12c up.
Chlldion'8 Underwear from 9c uu.
MEN'S CAST IRON FOOTWEAR.
Men's Solid Satin Calf Shoos lace or congress
worth $1.75 Choico 9Sc.
Mill's Shoe. Box fair Waterproof worth d 50.
Sale price Jl.:i9.
Our Mon's Shoo Department romprlsos over
10000 pairs more Mon's Shoos in tho Big Store
than there Is contained In all tho stores In Uuthrle
Grand lot of manufacturers' samples Including
rycry grade from line to ordinary In white gray
scarlot. brown stripes from ono of tho best mills
in California. Housekeepers boarding houses
and hotels ncvor had such nn opportunity.
Blankets worth $15 no nt 7.
Blankets worth $1 po nt (U.
Blnnkots worth 10 go nt l 7V
Blankots worth $3 go at $3 38.
Blankots wortli W go at 13. 18.
Bluukots worth $1 go at ti.10.
Blankets worth $3 go at $1.38.
Blankots worth $. o at 93c.
Blankots worth $1.50 go at 42c.
MEN'S FINE CLOTHING.
Wonderful Bargain Offering. Wo Start tho
Ball a rolling caught and bofore the rise. Don't
miss tho chance. Men's Suits In Single and
Dotiblo Breasted Sacks up-to-date worth $3.
Sale Price $1.25.
Men's Suits strictly all-wool Cheviots tailored
high art nono better fitting. This suit Is a
corker. Wo havo them in l'lalds Checks etc.
Somo oxcltisive dealer would call them nsnap at $1?
Tho Dig Store Price $6.38.
Men's Suits Clay Worsted. Nono of your
sweatshop clothing in ours. Every garment
union-made. Colors guaranteed. Sack or cutaway.
Remembor our Clothing Department Is the larg-
est lu 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 Stores
Z. C. MOORE Proprietor.
DEALERS IN EVERYTHING.
109 & 111 DIVISION STREET.
NEW ERA OF PROSPERITY
is dawning' upon you and to be J
; with the people we will show you our NEW EHA J
:; NEGLIGEE SHIRTS for Fall and Winter at Popular J
;: Prices 50c (50c 70c 75c 85c and 90c. You will see
$ some Elegant New Designs in our west show-window.
:; Come in and look them over under around up and I
down and see THE REST SHIRT FOR THE MONEY J
I ever sold in Guthrie. Do you use SILK HANHKER-
'.'. CHIEFS specially when you can get them at our J
'.'. Popular Prices. Just ten dozen left; a regular 50c I
'.'. one at 35c or 3 for SI. You can see them by looking t
in our west show window. For good things at Popu- a.
lar Prices call and SEE OUR IMMENSE COMPLETE ?
FALL STOCK where courteous salesmen will attend
to your wants carefully.
Yours for trade t
H. L. COHENj
Clothier and Haberdasher I
FALL SEASON 1897
The Latest Up-to-date Footwear.
The Greatest Shoe Values Ever Shown.
2U WEST OKLAHOMA AYE.
Educate for Real Life at Capital Gity Business Collage
115-117 South Socoml St. Guthrlo 0. T.
air experienced nr&otlc&l Instructors. Tho latest and beat business methods.
Terms vtlthlu the reach of everyone who earnestly desires to qualify for good
employment and success. Call or write lor particulars.
Full Term HegliiB September G 18U7.
0LSMITH ARMS COMPANY.
Guns Pistols Ammunition Bicycles Fishing Tackle and Sportsmen Goods.
For Repairing Guns llicycku Sewing Mochlue. Typo Writers Qasollne Stove
and Musical Instrument most any old tlilnr will do but It takes something of
an artlit to do it well. You will lind him at 3?"
Corner First and Oklahoma Ave. Guthrie Okla.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Tailoring Oleaulng and Repairing
Dyeing a Spelaltj.
Ill W Harrison (Inthrle. Ok
16 TO 1 SHOTS I
Silver Dollar Saloon
P. M. WYATT Prop
Victor UulUtlnc corner Harmon ana First
The best of Liquors and Wines in
tock. All brands of Beer Cigars and
Tobacco Free Lunches served on
Saturday ercnlngs. Patrons are al-
wed to settle the fluanolal question
f hllo doing business with this popular
McKennon Opera House
S. A. MANN. Manager.
The following Is a partial list of
attractions that are booked to play In
Uuthrle during the coming season
Frank E. Long.
Itoberts & Martin "Faust" (o.
Sharpley's Lyceum Theater Co.
A llreozy Time.''
Beach & Bowers Minstrels.
Head k "Westlands' Plaj'ors.
Mackay Opera Company.
And many others that will bo no
nouucod in The Leader.
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