The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 116, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 14, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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ma rRA. ibh. oothuik Oklahoma.
lUliroad Time Tabic.
Atchison Topahs A Bant Fa
NORTU. MAST ANU WEST.
3 21 p. in.
1 10 p in.
I Arrive Arrive
MISSOURI COAL MINING.
t io a. m. i ou p. m. i:s a. in'
a 30p.m. 1 8.60 a. in. I0:00p.in.
7:00 a.m. Local Frelgnt.
SOUTH. SODiniAST AND BOtTtnWSST.
Lcavo i Arrive 1 Arrive
lOutnrle. Ft. Wortb Galv's'o
W) 12:15 p. in.
105 11:06 p. m.
121 3:30 p. m.
11:05 p. m.
9 00 a. m
:Sfi p. m-iv.Ofta.m
8:05 a. m.8:M p.m.
A. J. Corklns Agent.
Choctaw Oklahoma & Clnlf It. 11. Co.
Leave El Hcno .. 6:40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City 7:45 am
Arrive Shawnee 7: pm
Arrive South McAlester . 4:10 ym
Arrive Witter ....-... 1:30 pm
Arrive l'ort Smith... ...U :87 am
A Tlve Bt LoulR ..... -... 8:20 pm
I.xcurslnu arrive Hufl.-ilo 7:00 am
Leave SL Louis....- .. 8:S0 pm
Leave Ft. Smith 11:87 am
LeavoWlster 1 :30 pm
Leave South McAllster 4:10pm
Leave Shawnee 7:35 pm
Leave Oklahoma City B:05 pm
Arrive Kl Keno ...10:0spm
Betwoen Oklahoma City and El Ileno.
Leave Oklahoma City f " west 9:05 am
Arrive El lleno .Jfl.-OJ pm
Leave El Reno for east . ...'8:40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City 7:10 am
Leave Oklahoma City for west 3:60 pm
Arrive El Keno 4:68 pm
Leave El Reno east 11:16 am
Arrive Oklahoma City ... lt:S0pm
Trains to and from Uuthrtc make connec-
tion at Oklahoma City.
Make close connections at El Reno for
points on the Rock Island north and south.
For rates and Information apply to
J. V. HOLDEN Traffic lanal?cr
South McAlester I. T.
O. M. M. ELLSWORTH
Agent Oklahoma City.
Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City O. T.
rpUOMAS 8. WHITE
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW.
Washington D. C
rtoomt 103-5-8 Atlantic llulldlng.
Mining Land and Patent Law a Specialty
AVID L. OITT
Washington D. C.
No. 621 V. 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.
ATSON E. COLEMAM
Land and Patent Attorney.
Washington. D. C.
Washington Loan and Trust lil'dg.
REFERKNOES-Hon. M. V. Allen U. 3. Sen-
ate; Hon. Lafe Pence. Klnderhook N. Y.
Hon. John a Hell M. C.: Hon. J. D. Ulcks
pRANIC 11. CROSTHWAITE
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
Washington. D. C
1320 F Street N. W.
Land Pactlce a Specialty.
NAOMI Rebekah Lodge No. 2 I. O. O. P..
meets every Thursday evening at 7:80
in Odd Fellows hall In the welubcrger build-
ing. Visitors welcome.
1IIRDE SCOTT N. Q.
KATIE McWETIIY Secy.
GUTHRIE Camp No. 3 Woodmen ot the
World meets every Monday nlcht In the
K. of P. hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel
tome. J. H. TOWERS Clerk.
KD. PKNTECOST Con. Com.
GUTHRIE LODGE NO. 2
A. F. & A. M. Regular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
In each mouth at 8 o'clock
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
H. F. ARDRRY Set
A J COKKINS. W. M
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. mecU
Thursday evenings of each week at 7:30
In Victor block corner First and Harrison
Visiting Workmen always welcome
J T UIUCKN'KIt M. W.
L N HUMSHER Recorder.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meets
every Wednesday at 7:30 In their hall
n the Victor block corner First andUarrl-
loa. Visiting kntehts are always welcome
JAMES M. WHEELER C. C.
J. FOUOART M. ot F. and K. of R. S
O R M Meets every Tuesday night In K
I If. of P. hall. Visiting chiefs always wel-
come. M. U. CIIEKKY Chief of Records.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F. taeets
Monday night of each week at 7:30. Vis-
iting Odd Fellows always welcome.
P. W. KITTRlinUSOH N. o.
O W. BRUCE Sec'r lock box 17.
OKLAHOMA encampment No. 1 1. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening In Odd
Fellows ball at 7:30. All visiting patriarchs
welcome A. ICREHS C. P.
H L. STROUOH Scribe.
MUTUAL HENEP1T TO LADIKS.We
furnish employment procure help; buy
sell or exchange fancy articles novelty
goods periodicals etc.
WOMEN'S INFORMATION HUREAU
Room IWLjrnn lilck
Cor. Harrison and Division
Bakery and Gafe
Now Opens the Season With all tbo
Delicacies the Market Affords.
Oysters Served In Any Style.
Short Order a Specialty.
Snsclal Attention Given to Soolala and
Telephoae 23. Open till 12
Last Tear's 1'roitnct Mlchtly Inereasud
Hut tlm Vnlti Ueereaieil.
JErrsntos Citt Ma Oct. 13 In tin
Interview to-ilny Chnrloa Evans state
inspector of eonl mines said: "My
roport for the fiscal year ending Juno
30 19Pt show nn increase over tho
previous year of 9.J41 tona ol coal
mined while the total amount re-
colvod for the product shows
a "Wreass in its money
valuo of SVl.tttt Tho total out-
put of oorI for year Just closed
amounted to S!?P.1;i9 tans tho amount
received nt the mines for this product.
Ulng$2nP4.75'. The output of the
ywtr if it hl ben sold at tho nrer-
age price received for our protluot itt
1S00 would have Increased the re
ceipU of our operators by S531.-105. 30.
In view of the general business de-
pression the small demand and low
prices offered nttd roceivod for ooul I
am agreeably surprised to find the
product of our mines In excess of tho
formor yonr. There are unpleasant
foatttrcs connected with the situation
however for neither oporators nor
minors hnvo made any raonoy.
"Tlie Indications for the currant
year point to a largoly Increased pro-
duction due to a demand croated for
our coal by rouson of the strlho in
Illinois but unfortunately thoro Is no
increiso In the prico paid for mining1
. or in ih prico paid forcoal. During
no yonr 41S mines large and small
were operated giving employment to
7740 men during tins winter and 5.J6S
men during the summer season.
There were eight fatal and twenty-
one non-fatal accidents. Tho miners
in tho prosoo'ttlon of their work con-
sumed 44789 liegs of powder for which
they paid S31.87-i.36.
COOK SCORES TAMMANY.
.Missouri Democratic Chairman on the
Sen York City Situation.
Mexico Mo. Oct 12. Chninnim S.
11. Cook of tho state Domoorntlo com-
mittee was asked by tho Now York
Journal for his vlows as to the regu-
larity of thaTtnnmnuy nnd Qoorgo
tlckots In tho contest for tho Greater
New York mayoralty. Cook refused
to reply but In his paper last ovonlng
he mi Id:
When tho Tammany convention
failod to lndorso tho national Demo-
cratic platform. It Invited tho formi-
dable revolt which now threaten s
party suecosa. In undertaking to
hold the support of the elements that
aro hostile to the principles upon
which Mr. Uryan made his wonderful
canvass last yoar Tammany over-
looked the thousands of Democrats
who place principles above spoils.
"Tho truth is the New York con-
test is as mlsernblon Mcrauiblo for polf
and power ns was ovor witnessed In
American politics. Thoro has novor
been a time in tho history of Tam-
many that thnt organization would not
gladly Iosmj the proaidenoy if thereby
It could scouro control of tho immonso
patronngo of Now York City. Thoro
is absolutely no hope for tho national
Democracy so long lis the party
looks to New York for inspiration
and leadership. If Tummnny can
win through evasion and bubtarfugo
that Is her affair but wo protost
ngalnst the nationnl Democracy botug
allied witli suoh a contost. Hotter be
defeated a thousand times in Now
York than to placo tho teal of
national party approval upon nn or-
ganization that linn deliberately
ignored party principles. The only
hope of Domocrncy Is to set It face
rosolutcly against Now York lollu-
onoes. Call this sectionalism if you
MISSOURI GIRL BETRAYED.
Massachusetts Gougretnnaii ChnrgnU
With Cnmlnc tier fiulnhlo.
Ninv Yonit Oct. 13. Last Friday a
beautiful young woman was found
dead in her room in this city unques-
tionably from the effects of morphlna
taken with uilcidal intent. Sho was
rsi Id to bo the daughter of one of Ken-
tucky's o.v-govornors but later dovol-
opmenU show that she was one Plor-
one Cutter the belle of Klchnrdsou
Vernon county Missouri.
Sho was married at tho ago of 15.
and a yonr later was u widow. A
MassaohttsotU Congressman visiting
Uiohardson was captivated by tho
young widow's protty fneo nnd induced
hor to go to Washington with him.
Ho lived with her until tlrod of hor
nnd then onst hor off. Sho camo to
this city and assumed tho name of
Helm. Hor dosoent was rapid. Tho
most interesting fentttro of tho snd
story is that of the devotion of hor
faithful maid who hod been with her
five years nnd carred for hor to tho
For Weeks With u Iltillct In Ills llraln.
St. Louis Ma OoU 13. Sinclair
McCoy the New York trnvoling mRn
who shot himself in jha head while
stopping at the Southern hotel Sep-
tember 18 died nt tho Mullanphy hos-
pital to-day. Tho bullet was removed
from his brain three and a half days
Can't Kxpress tier Thanki Scrofula
Sores Terriblo Itching Untl'olv Cured
Mrs Emily Ford Eldora Hardin Co
Iowa wrltos: "I can't express my
thanks for the bos of lieggs German
Salve as it lies entiroly cured the ter-
rible itohlng and burning that was in.
my ankloB cause! by serofula sores."
Wallace A; Muller and Vanderpool's
School books and school supplies at
tbo postofHoe book Btoro.
On II HE CABINET.
JUDGE FIELD TO RETIRE
FROM SUPREME BENCH.
M'KENNATO SUCCEED HIM
Shet-niKU to 8tet Oat Alio Will lie
Succeeded Either hr Secretary at
the S'nvy Lone or JttJce I'ay
llooicvelt to Sueeeetl Iina
Juitloo field's Iteoril-
WAsmnflTON Oct. 13. Associate
Ji'tice Field of the Supreme court.
having now broken all records for
length ot service upon the bond) has
mado formal application to be relievod
December 1 next. Attorney General
McKenna is to Iw his mtccesor and
Judge Day now Assistant Secretary
of Stnte will probably be nppotted At
Thoso changes have all been decided
upon and will bo euetod as soon as
Congress meets so that the Senate
may confirm tho appointments. At
tho same time thtJro mav be other
;hanges in the Cabinet Secretary
Sherman may conclude to retire from
tho State department. If he does it
is believed SoTtary Long of the Navy
department will bo chosen Secrotary
of bt'e nnd that Assist" ut. Secretary
Ftoosvelt will be promoted to Secre
tary of the Navy.
Hut the retirement of Justice Field
tho nppointmont of Attorney General
McKonna to tho vacancy and the pro
motion of .1 ud go Day to a scat in the
nblnet are tho only changes now de-
President McKinloy will not ask
Secretary Shcrmnu to retire but if
Sherman should conclude that the
olllco makes too groat demands upon
his strength nnd usku to bo relieved of
Its burdens. It is possiblo thnt .Tudgo
Day may bo promoted to the secre-
taryship of state. Otherwise he will
be made nttornoy general in accord-
ance with tho program outlined above.
Justice Field will "be 81 yenrs old
November 1. When he is retired he
will hnve served thirty-four yoarsand
seven months on tho bench longer
than any othor justico since tho or-
ganization of tho court. Justice Story
served thirty-th'reo years and five
months. Aoeording to law a supremo
judge hnvlng served ten yenrs may re-
tire nt 70 and his salary of 10000 n
yenr will be continued tho rotunlndnr
of his life. After Judge Field leaves
tho bench ho will probably devote
himself to putting together his recol-
lections of tho sunromo court which
he has wanted to do for years
Miss Dki.ia. Day. writing from Wat-
erloo Iowa says: "My hair has boon
fulling out for tho past two yearn and
on id get nothing to Btop It until I
t-lcd Hcggs Hair Uonowor. One bottle
topped it completely. Wallace &
Muller and Vandorpool's Drugstore
DIES FOR LOVE.
Infatuation for n Detroit D.iiun Cumes
Kx-Snmitm- .Imiet' llontli.
Dktiioit Mich Oct 13 Lx-Sena-tor
James W. Jones of Florida who
died yesterday has for nearly ten
years tieen in retirement at St.
Joseph' retreat Dearlorii ton miles
from Detroit. Just lieforc the close
ot his senatorial term Mr. Jones came
to Detroit on a visit and during his
stay here ho beeaiuu mentally un-
balanced necessitating his incarcera-
tion In the Dearborn retreat.
An unrociprocnted infatuation for u
Detroit lady is understood to have
been tho prime enuso of the Senator's
TO UUltK A DHL!) IN ONK DAY
Take Laxative HromoQulnlno TablctB.
All druggists refund tho raonoy if it
fails to euro. 35c.
First published In tho Dally Leader
Oct. 10. 1807.
Notico for Publication.
Landoflico at Guthrie O. T. Oct. 8
Notlee Is horoby given that tho follow
log named settler has filed notico of his In-
tention to make final proof In support of
his claim and that said proof will bo
made before tho register and receiver U.
8 land ofUco at Quthrlo O. T. on Nov-
ember 10. 1B07. viz:
Samuei A. Burroiitfbs for the soqrof
sec H. tp 17 r '' em
He names the following witnesses to
prov his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of. said land viz:
Frank llarrett. Patrick II Scbtppert
Cliyburn (Jporuart and William L. Hoys-
don all of I'erkins O. T.
4C9 A N J Cnong Recltter.
Tailoring Cleaning and Hepalrlng
Dyelog a Speialty.
111 W nirrlson Guthrie Ok
Do not overlook this item Wo con
ildor it a mutter of great importance
to at all times obsorvo the "Golden
Rule." Owing to this fact tho public
is always ready to patronize the
'Juthrio Steam Laundry. F. M. Curtis
You can't cure consumption but you
an avoid It and cure evory other form
ot throat or leng trouble by tLo use of
Ono Minute Cough Cure Soatonian
Drug Co. 11 agio Drug store nud C. It
Tho only genuine Moxlcan cliilo in
tho city served at tho Kentucky Liquor
Co. cvory evening.
Hum It l'ayr
If It don't why do you get 'Inexperi-
enced bands to do your work )for you?
Why not got man of long standing and
of groat experioneo to handle your
bills for you? One hundred thousand
bills can be distributed successfully
fair week according to orders if nec-
essary. Good distribution means busy
clerks while they may remain Idle if
dono otherwise. It we havo mver
done any work for you ask tho buei
ness men all about nt Thanking you
for past favors and asking 100000 bills
for fair week. See us on tbo streets
or a card to box 100 will command our
prosonce Smith tho bill distributor
Tbero Is no need of little children
being tortured by scald head ceraa
and skin oiuptions DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve givos lnstaut relief nnd
cures permanently Seatonian Drug
To. Baglo Drug store and C H Ren-
fro. Tort Wortb Tex- and Eeturn.
On October 14 15 and 16 the Santa
Fo route will soil round-trip tickets to
Fort Worth at pne fare for round trip.
Final return limit November 3 Con-
tinuous passage in e&oh direction
A. J. Corkins Agent.
Lexington O. T. October 7 tt. Lex-
ington fair. One and ono third fare
for round trip to Pnrcell. Tickta on
sale Oct 0-0 good to roturn Oct. 11
Continuous patrsago In eaoh direction.
Low Bates Via Santa Fe Route.
Wichita Ifan one faro for round
trip tickets on sale September 27 to
October 3 good to return October 4.
Topeka Kan. one faro for round
trip tickets on salo September IS to
to September 30 good4to return Octo-
ber. Kansas City Mo ono faro ronDd
trip tickets on salo Oct. 3 to 9 good
to rturn Oct 10.
Will Make Her Debut Tn-llAy
Nkw Yobk Oct. 13 1 Is said at thf
Cuban jn.ta here that Menorita ) ii
nero. the Cuban girl who rreentlv
rwuieil from prison in Havana will
uiiiko her bow before a New VmU
public ome time to-dny.
t jit men Want tiqunt nights
Chicago Oct. 13. Resolutions fa
vori&ff equal representation of laymen
and preaehera In conferences were
adopted at to-day's session of the an-
nuel session of the Rock River confer-
ence of the Methodist church.
Kmmtor Till man n Sick 1Uu.
Coivmbia S. C Oct. It. Senator
Tlllraati arrived In Columbia yesterday
afternoon from Trenton his home.
lie is suffering from catarrhal 1mm.
dice but his condition is not serious
1'. G B8SR3. tho loading attorney of
Golden Oity Mo writes. "Havo bcon
troubled for yearn with lllluil Itching
and llloodiiig Files and ono box ot
lieggs German Salvo cured mo en-
tirely " Wallaco .fe Muller and Van-
dorpool's Drug Store.
Tho Santa Fo route 1b making a r.Uo
of ono faro fir tho round trip to either
Dallas or Fort Worth Tickets on sale
October U IS and 18 with a final ro-
turn limit of Novembers Continuous
pas. ago in each direction.
A. J. ConntNs Agent.
J. 0. Ilerry one of tho bcBt known
citizens of Spencer Mo. testifies that
he cured himtclf of the worst kind of
piles by ueing a few boxos of OoWltt'8
Wiluh Uatel Salve. He had been
troubled with piles for over thirty
years and had used many different
kinds of BO-callcd euros; but DeWltt's
wis tho only one that did tho work
nnd he will verify this statement if
any ono wishes to wrlto him Seaton-
ian Drug Go 12glo Drug storo and C
Low BateB via tho Santa Ye Honto.
Leavenworth Kan. Octobor 11 to 10
Interstate G. A. It. reunion. One faro
for tho round trip Tiokots on salo
October 0 to 15 good to return Octo-
bor 18 Continuous passapo in each
direction. Fouea City O. T. October
0 to 0 G. A. R. reunion. One and ouc-
'hlrd faro for round trip. Tickets on
nle Ootobor 0 to '. good to return
October 11. Continuous passage iu
J. M. Thlrswend of Grosbeak Tex.
says that when ho has a spell of Indi-
gestion and feoln bad and sluggish
ho takes two of DeWltt's Little Barly
Risers at night nnd he Is ail right the
next morning. Many thousands of
others do tho samo thing. Do you?
Seatonian Drug Oo Haglo Drug storo
nnd C R. Renfro.
Wo buy Goll and oxohnugn old
nahool books of any kind. F. II.
Ulllo & Co
Sexnuor 414 Hast Cloveland is
agent for tho Guthrie Steam Laundry.
You can't afford to risk your life by
allowing a cold to develop into pneu-
monia or consumption. Instant rollof
and a certain cure are alTordod by Ono
Mlnuto Cough Cure Soatonian Drug
Co ICaglo Drug Btoro aud C R. Renfro
A 83.00 purohaeo of school books on
titles you to t frou card to tho Guthrto
clroulatitg library. Ovor W)0 volumes
of books brkUlcs tlio Mncyclopedla
llrttanlca and many other valuable
rotoretico books at Lllllo's drug store
Pond's Strnui Jiiumtlry mill
I).ro Works phono 10ft.
Disfigurement for life by burns or
scalds may bo avoided by using De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve the great
remedy for plica and for all kinds ot
sores and skin troubles. Soatonian
Druk fo. Rnglo Drug store and 0. R
The wagon from 'phono 4 will be
pleated to call any whero In tho city
for your laundry. Remombor wo have
an export laundryman with soveral
years' experience in charge of tho
work. F. M. CurtiB.
Lilllo & Co. am prepared to glvo you
just what you want In tho school book
Wo thank you kindly for put favors
and hope you will continue to remem-
ber us for no ono can bo found who Is
inoro anxious to plcaso than F M.
Curtis proprietor Guthrie Steam
Small pill safo pill best pill. De-
Wltt's Llttlo Karly Risers euro billions-
nose constipation sick hcadatho. Sea-
tonian Drug Co Kalo Drug store and
C. R. Renfro.
Lowest prices on school supplies at
tho postotllco book store.
Whene'er your laundry 1b not satis-
factory if you will roturn it before
wearing we will re-laundry frco of
charge. Guthrie Steam Laundry.
If you want your children properly
fitted out with school books pencils
tablets school straps and bags Ink
drawing books music books etc. it
lowest possible prlaes send them to
Ltlllo's drug btore.
Warning Persons who atilfor from
coughs and colds should heed tho
warnings of daugcr and savo thorn-
solves suffering aud fatal results by
using Ono Mlnuto Cough Cure. It Is
an Infs'.llblo remedy for coughe colds
croup and all throat and luug troubles.
Soatonian Drug Co. Ragle Drug Storo
aud O. II Ron fro.
Pond's Sloiun Laundry nnd
Dyo Works phono 105).
A large stock of school books just ro-
ceived at the poBtofilcc book store.
Soo Smith tho bill distributor.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
f A SJtV'-' Wfr '" M5T9QsraHHs9ra3S$lf Vix s
' X.Sj'i W jvfck R5BnsMkBssV1v X I
k Mr -U
Manufncturoa all Kinds of Vohlckloa. Pnlntlnjj Trimming
and RopnlrlnR Promptly Attondod to.
822 South Division Stroot - GUTHRIE O. T.
J. B. FAIRFIELD
The best prades oi Coal al-
ways in store. The McAleater
a specialty. Prompt delivery.
5"Offlce and yards GOD W
Harrison. Phone 20
A now laundry man with several
years experience has just taken charge
of the work. Glvo us your laundry
and you'll never rcgrot It. Guthrie
F. II. Lilllo A: Co. rccolvcd today tho
largest shipment of school and miscel-
laneous books over received In the
city noarly 2000 volumes.
Our motto is to try to plcaso every
one. Hence tho great rush to the
Gulhrio Steam Laundry.
Miss V.oo Thompson now has charge
of tho post olllco book storo. Sco hor
for your school booUB and school sup-
plies. Sotno well-washed old rags wantod at
Tho Loader olllco.
Still's dulli it Ytirfl
of a persons loath
is often of tho dontlst's making. Any-
body can polish teeth but bringing
out tho brilliant natural color Is a
different thing. Wo oxcol In ovory
branch nt dental uclenco aud our prices
aro no moro than may bo you have paid
for bungling work.
G. A. HUGHES D. D.S..
The Leading Dentist
Olllco rooms 1 2 and 3 ovor Rank of
llno No Trnvoling Agents
Itut we ask von Tho have1 friends renting
In the tomb and wish to mark thepravc tn
memory ot the ilcad to t'oine to Our Yard
and See What You Are lluylng and Save
From S to ' l'er Cent by Dnlne This Way
Aftents representing Urge stocks often Jo
not have naif what we carry In finished
work In our yard They show yon a fine
pli-ture and ask you to sfen a binding ordei
lor a KH'r rade at double price covering
thr'r waceitand exiensr Tlilntoflt Vc
win implicate anv of their orders from IS to
4ii pericnl less We guarantee all cf our
work All the work In the Cluthrlc cemetery
exrrit six mn.ill olm was lon- ly c
uotu c the name ml on the base
.1. W. SUTTON Mgr.
First published in the Dallv Leader Sep-
tember 8'1 1807.
Notico lor lMihlicntion.
Land olllce at Guthrlo O. T. Septom
Notico Is hernby kIvoii that tho follow
Ing named gottlor has filed notice of her
Intention to make final proof In supper
of her claim and that said proof will bo
made before the rexlster and receiver
Unitod Statos land olllco a. Guthrie O
T on Novomhor 1 1807 viz:
Cora U. Sharu formerly Cora H. An
durson for tho lot -l and sw qr of hw qr
oc 5 tp 10 r 3 o.
Shu names the following witnesses to
provo her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of snld Innd vlt:
William A. Watklns David W Norris.
Ulysses S. Vaasos and Hugh McClarrcn.
all ol Tryon O. T.
4S57 A. N. J. Citooir IlculBtcr
Sco Smith tho bill dlotrlbutor.
ve No New Story
Our stock for fall and winter is new in style in fabric and in price. In low-
priced and in medium grades the patterns and quality were never as good as they
are this season.
Prices Were Never Before So Low
As they are now. One consideration should influence you only. In dealing with
a strictly reliable legitimate firm you take no chances ot being deceived either in
the make and style of their merchandise or in the prices they ask.
We are fully prepared. Each season finds us more entitled to the full amount of
your business in the choice assortment in the thorough manner in which the goods
are made their perfect style and their entire reliability. Everybody desires to at-
tract your attention on some leader. Do not be deceived. They will take advant-
age of you to make a large profit where you do not see it. Our business is figured
down to sell goods at the closest possible margin throughout on everything.
We Guarantee All The Goods We Sell.
If they do not give satisfaction or if anything is wrong we stand back of them
ready to make it right with you. Come and see the newest brightest nobbiest stock
of Men's and Boys' clothing in the city all at prices that quality considered are the
lowest in the city.
Oklahoma Avenue and First Street.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 116, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 14, 1897, newspaper, October 14, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74056/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.