The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 137, Ed. 1, Sunday, November 7, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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For Abstracts Loana and Insurance see W. M. Bronson rear of Bank of Indian Territory.
MAJOR JtltOWN HERE.
Kea4y oOloso the "Frisco Bxlenalon
Ma. Hrown projoctor of the Sapnl
pa extension Is In the city ready to
rloso the deal for bultdin? the lino to
OuUirio. MaJ. Hrown has lenses on
2000000 nores of ooal lands In tho
Creek nation and Is anxious to dorolop
those lands lie says with tho build-
inR of tho now road coal can bo laid
down hero at tho rato of flKa ton
Tho citizens of ilu'.lirio nro rivoii un-
til Monday night to raise tho $50000
bonus. Thoro aro many substantial
morchants in the city who havo thus
far rcfufjd to subscribo to tho bonus
This is displaying a niggardly spirit
since tho morchants will bs immeas-
urably benefited by tho building of
Tomorrow is tho last day. If (Ultimo
wants tho road lior peoplo must act at
Uuy Turner Kntortalns In Honor of
Ills Twelfth Ilirthday Anniversary.
Ouy Turner son of Mr. M. L Turner
gavoadoiightful llttlo party on Fri-
day ovening in honor of his Twelfth
birthday anniversary. Tho usual
pastimei voro engaged in and nlco re-
freshments wore served. Thoso pres-
Misses lone Coylo NormaB Hellman
Edna KoUy Kuby Kelly Dcssio Match-
ett Wlnnlo Matchelt Maud Koeder
Jennio Rinohart Kthol Hinohart. l'oarl
Ilhodcs Itlanolio Spurlock Nalallo
Williams. Masters Tod Urooks John
Ooyln Oeorgo Holland Camp Folder
Iluford Wallace Ralph Gray.
EXUIHIT CAR RETURNS.
Oklahoma Smeared All Over tho Miss-
Tho Oklahoma exhibit car in charge
of Messrs. John Ooloblo McQraw and
Tompkins roturnedfrora a two weeks'
eastern advertising tour last night.
Mr Oolobio says tho exhibit was "ono
continual round of surprises' to tho
eastern peoplo and that tho territory
was given a vast amount of advertising.
Tho car remained four days in Chicago
and thousands viowed tho exhibit.
Mr. Uoloble Is unstinted in his pralsos
of Commissioner Frost of tho Santa
Fo wiio was chietly Instrumental In
placing Oklahoma on wheols.
HOLDING A POWWOW.
Preparatory to Allotting tho Caddo
Tho agonts appointed to allot tho
Caddo country aro now holding a
powwow with tho Indians on Sugar
creek sixty-dvo miles southwest of Kl
Ho no. Tho work of allotting will bo
commonccd as 6oon as a fow prelimi-
naries aro arranged and it is thought
that tho lands will bo ready for settle-
ment in from 00 to Ou d&ya.
THOMPSON SWORN IN.
Marshal Qualifies and Takes
0. Harry Thompson was yesterday
sworn in by Judgo Koaton as United
.Statos marshal of Oklahoma vice Pat
rick Kaglo resigned. Mr. Thompson
gave bond in tho sum of 850000. W.
It Fossott of Kingfisher was also
sworn in as chief ofilco deputy. Now
appointments will bo made Monday.
IIIK Lumber Deal.
Tho South McAlcstor Capital in
its Choctaw nation legislature roport
notes tho following:
"It !s said that tho RichardBon Lum-
ber company has a bill whluh will be
introduced tho coming week providing
that said lumbor company shall have
tho oxclusivo right to cut and ship all
tho timber 800 sections of land In llok-
tukolo Rod Illvor and ljaglc countlos
at 8250 a section and also tho oxclusivo
right to all stores and commissaries
This bill Is creating considerable ex
cltemcnt. It gives tho Richardson
lumbor company ovor S3. 000000 worth
of tbo finest timber in tho south for
SM000 It is generally thought that
tho govornor will voto tho bill should
it bocomo a law."
1 !TV IN lllllEF
u. l.. n u.
ThoC. L. H. a will meet Tuesday 2
p m. at tho homo of Mrs. A. H. Hus-
Roll call Songs of all nations.
Table talk Loading events of tho
Conversation Tho rosults of tho
election and their political insignifi-
cance Discussion A wholcsomo rospoct
for and obedienco to tbo law aro in-
compatible with an abeenco of that
proper regard which should bo attach-
ed to public oilloials.
A comparison Tho freedom of tbo
individual In Germany France En-
gland and tho United States
A socialogic problotn Tho social
duty of wealth.
A critioism Tho oxtravaganco of
tho rich gives "omploymont to tho
fioor" and "keeps money In clrcula
'Imporlal Germany. "
"Tbo Social Spirit
IN TUB CUAUTAUUAN.
"Tho Economic power of Germany."
Answors to questions on German
History and German literature.
Mayor Iterkey is able to be out
Ohas. Hunter is over from Knld
D. McMinstry Is down from Perry.
Mrs. Harriraan left for Topoka yes-
terday. J. 0. Roberts roturnod to Kingfisher
IS Ij Dunn clerk of Judgo Koaton's
court was In tho ally yestorday.
V. A. Slussor. tho urbane Implement
man and bass stngor of SU Louis is in
Policeman Joo Pontocost is very Bick
with malarial fovor. Dr. Uhas Smith
is attending him.
Rov. Hall delivered an ablo leeturo
on "Happy Homes" at tho Christian
church last night.
Ran Howard slayor of Tom Capors
was romanded to Jsll yesterday.
Capors was burled yestorday morning.
Miss Magglo McKinloy first cousin
of President McKinloy was up from
Oklahoma Olty yestorday tho guest of
Recolvor F. B. McKinloy.
W. D Forsett camo ovor from King-
fisher yestfrday and was sworn in as
cliiof deputy to Marshal Thompson
do Is a vory genial gontlotnan.
Thoro aro . vonty-four cotton Bins In
Lincoln county and most of them aro
running day and night with traitiB of
cotton wagons waiting all tho time.
Bishop Moorschaort was tendered an
enthusiastic homo welcome last night
by tho congregation of St. Mary's. A
sumptuous luncheon was sorvod and
everybody had a happy tiuio.
Warren Ilennott has applied far a
patont on a cont-in-the slot chum. Mr.
li has glvon tho best years of bis life to
this invontlon which promisos to rev
olutlonlze tho butter making business
Prof and Mrs. Arthur Young who
havo been Idontiged with Uuthrlo
amusoments for sovcral yoars left yes-
terday for Chicago. Thoy havo signed
with a stock company to do specialty
Assistant United States Attorney
Roy Hoffman camo in last evening
from Chandler whoro ho has been
looking after Undo Sam's lutorcsts In
district court. Ho goes to tho Paw-
huska court today.
C. A. Galbralth tho affablo ox-attorney
gcnoral of Oklahoma camo up
from Oklahoma City yestorday on legal
business. Gal is looking halo and
hearty and is tho samo urbano gentle-
man as of days agonc.
Mr. Ladd who was ovor from tho
Creole country tho first of tho week
says tho contractors aro at work on tho
oxtontiou of tho Frisco from Red Fork
and that tho survoy of tho lino on
which thoy aro working intersects thn
Oklahoma City survoy at tho mouth of
Sand Creek. Chandler News.
Rov. 0. S. Nusbaum of Winfield
Kans camo in yesterday on tho
noon train and will preach at tho
First M E Church this morning also
thisovoning. Rev. Nusbautu is a good
preacher and an cxcollent singer and
will remain to assist Rov. liucknor in
tho revival services this week.
Mrs. Anna Uurda was brought over
from Guthrlo Saturday by Sheriff
Gobko and lodged in jail. Monday
sho was taken beforo tho insanity
board which decided that sho was not
insane Sho was returned to jail and
will havo to stand trial for tho killing
of hor husband. Chandler Nows.
"Don Ciusar do liazan" a now adap-
tation from D'Euncry's romance by
Mr. Win L. Roberts is tho attraction
at tho McKonnon Saturday November-13.
Tho play will be handsomely
mounted with all tho beautiful scenery
and gorgeous enstumos that woro used
in tho pioco during its Now York run
of eight wcoks.
Scrofula is tho advortlsomont of foul
blood It may bo entirely driven from
tho system by tho faithful uso of
Hood's Sarsaparilla which thoroughly
purifies tho blood.
t.-tlon haled fi KMt 50
-' i 'I cotton. I soji 00
t "Ui.n fc4 .. 6 00
win it bolt ........ lift n
Win-At hard 71
C'rn i 31
Hood's Pills aro oasy to tako easy
to operate. Curo indigestion blllious-
Did you ovor seo a follow who was
indobted to you go somewhoro olso and
pay cash afraid to pass your store
say unkind things of you? Of course
you havo. Now tho way to do this
follow Is to wako him up with a good
doso of Spraguo and ho'll not only
como and puy but will rcsumo trading
at your store. Always will.
Mr. Win. L. Roborts and Miss Ollvo
Martin with a gorgeous scenic and
electrical production of "Faust" will
bo tho attraction for a limited engage-
ment at tho McKonnon opora house
beginning Friday Nov. 12 Tho rolo
of Mophisto requires no mean order of
talent to uphold tho exacting charac-
terization. Mr. Roberta is well fitted
to the part being litho graceful aud
manly having a iloop rich voico at all
times under control and with an artic-
ulation which few can boast of. Ho
o at.Uy takes rank with tho greatest
actors who havo been seen in tbo part
and whon compared with others loios
nothing but rathor gains in tho favor
of his audlonco.
Bjrciie'i Uolioollii Agency
Is tho most avallablo mcanB of set-
tling up doadboat accounts judgmonts
against execution proof debtors secur-
ity do'lts paid claims against estatos
corporations or municipalities as woll
as past due notes and accounts. Lato
changes of tonus mako Its contracts
very deslrablo Indeed. Collections
mado anywhere from any ono and for
anybody. If lntorostod In any way
call on or address Dr. Win A. Mont-
gomery Guthrie Okla goneral agont
for farther information and references.
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
For Register of the Unltod Statos Land
Ofilce at Enid.
Wasiiinoton Nov. 6 Tho prosldent
today appointed James It. Cullleon
register of tbo Enid laud cflico vlco
William P. Anderson resigned. Cul-
llson was endorsed by Gov. llamas
M. 0. Hart and Secrotary Jenkins. No
objections wero mado from any proml-
nout source The salary of this ofilco
laBt year was 33.370.70.
Hmltli k fa'p.cUl A.nt.
Special to tho Dally Loader.
Washington Dec- 0 Thomas Smith
formerly assistant commissioner of In-
dian affairs was today appointed a
sneclat agont to inspect Indian schoolr.
Ho twill bo asigned to Oklahoma and
West Guthrlo Congregational Dedi-
cation sorvlccs by Rov. J. II. Parkor.
Tho usual services will bo hold to-
day at tho First llsptlst Congrega-
tional Qbristlan Presbyterian nul
Wlirllmr "t'li " ' I limine Mcf.lm'. Sialv
rnmii'il.rn"! u r n 'l' '"v.'Wln tlirf simple
nrrnfiilKii" ili i'"ii' rr.mi iirn v toarf
Jx.liH nit ' ir i I illnvntlll I 'IH Kk
8Ar i" 'it'1 i ' ' ' i I'll' i n i ' 'iit
tnrnt . r In m 11 I IniM liWS
nfi'iTi iu Hf-oifM -r stoat of Mood
rmrlnVr" ami luimr turca
Tl ! IhtrnwIlMl lh wnrM rTT Dro ixdCrik.
Cotp Sot Pr Bo-Inn
of" How lii Cure Kvtr? I1ki Monwr frt
rune UllMnno r.mmt nir in iitjp num.
lihM ean4 bjrCvtlcol Botr.
Killed In n Iltinnwiijr.
Moktoomkuy City Mo. Nov. a
Lntt night as Thomas ICorwin aged
72 yoars was returning to his homo
from Montgomery City his horses ran
away throwing tho old man beneath
tho wheols and Injuring him so badly
Hint ho died in a halt hour.
llmrnrit for n Mnrderor.
EuitniCA Kan. Nov. 0. Tho county
commissioners yesterday ordorod n re-
ward of S.VI0 to bo c to red for tho ar-
rost and conviction of tho murderer of
Joseph Now near this olty last Sun-
day night. The tnurdoris yot shroud-
od in mystory.
tliiMiert'i riiirntlty It Over 3000.
Dnvkh Colo. Nov. a Chlof Jus-
tice Charles D. Hayt concedes tho
election of his opponont William II.
Gabbart tho Populist and Domocratla
candidate. Gabbort's majority is ovor
Diphtheria In Atchlion Orphan' lloran.
Atchison Kan. Nov. . Thoro aro
twenty cases of dlphthoria in tho
State Orphan home. Thrco of tho
teachers tiro niillotod. Tho physician
in chargo lays tho troublo to lack of
wator Dlphthoria and diphthurutic
sore throat aro prevalent In Atchison.
Don't Tobacco Spit ami Smoke lour T.lfo Anay.
To quit tobacco oftnUy and torovor bo mag-
netic lull ot lire norre and Igor talio NoTa
Uao tlio wonderworker that makes iaut mo.
strong. All druggists COoortl. Curocuaran-
teed llooltlel nnd samplo free. Address
terllnc Ittmody Ca- Clilcaso or New York.
Wcntorn Union tVlm.
Wasiiinotom Nov. a Postmastor
Gonorul Gary has approved tho roport
to tho court of claims of Flrst Assist-
ant Postmastor Gcnoral Heath ns solo
rofurco In thq caso of tho "Western
Union vs. tho United States Involving
a lnrgo claim ior government tele-
graph tolls undor tho Wnnnmakor rato
and nccrtcd undor that administra-
tion. Mr. Heath's roport found that
thoro was duo to tho company 8258-
800. This represents tho dlfforcnco
between tho rates paid prior and sub-
sequent to tho adoption of tho Wana-
llullots Cnn't I'lurce It.
Nisw Yonit Nov. 0. A public exhi-
bition was glvon In tho Twonty-iilnth
Rogiment Armory in llrooklyn yostor-
day by W. Leonard Footo In von tor of
"tho bullot-proof uutodynamio ar-
mor" nnd was witnessed by sovcral
foreign nulclnls and others interested
in armor. A Wltiohcator and a Krag-
Jorgonson rllla woro usod In tho test
nnd n block of tho iirmor about two
and a half inches thick was usod. A
number of bullets wuro firod at it but
in no case did any of thorn go through
or lonvo n mark of entrance.
15verTloiy Bays bo.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic the rrnst won-
dcrf ul medical dlsrovcrv of tho ago pleas-
ant ind lutreslitng to the taste act gont'y
and positively on kldnoys liver nnd bowels
cleaiialng tho ontiro system dispol colds
euro lioailiiche fovor habitual constlpallou
ami blllousjess. Pleao buy and try a box
of (J. O. C. to-day; 10 :. &0 cent bold and
guaranteed to curo by all druggists.
A Bap- ot Virgin Gold
is among tho possibilities of mining at
Klondike. 'Tls too lato to 6tart now
nut ueforo tho season reopens vou
should post yourself about tho district
tno raining laws ana other essentials.
Roliablo information with oxplana
tion of mining tonus mav bo found in
a book on Tho Klondike issued by tho
Santa Fo I'.outo.
When a man owos you ho should
pay. II bo trios to boat you; if ho lies
about It; if ho habitually dodges you.
you owo him no courtesy and should
give him tho hottest shot In stock.
rry Spraguo s Collecting Agency.
For first-class cleaning pressing and
ropalrlng go to Mrs. M. O. Davis 10!)
r.nmntl rti-lnna in nnliAl ei.nnll.a k4
tho postoftlco book store.
Thumdav. Nov. 19 will bn Rnnrtal
sale of lamps at tho Wolcnmo Grocery.
Do not fall to attend this Bale as it will
include all lamps from tho very cheap-
oat to tho vorv boat. Nnw thin In vnnr
chance for bargain as this Is tho first
lamp saio ovor given in tno city ot
Guthrlo. Remember thn da v. Thurn.
day Novomber 18.
For Rent Two furnished front
rooms to gentleman or man and wife
without children. O. W. Goodrich
408 East Cleveland.
Tammany landod a clean knockout
blow on tho "solar plexus" ot tho op-
position down In Now York. That's
right that's tho way Spraguo'B Col-
lecting agoncy docs tho dcadbcat tbo
Soo Smith tho bill distributor.
Stolen Red Iri3h setter dog on Nov.
3. Has white Bpot on breaBt and small
scar on tip of loft ear; llttlo lamo iu
loft front foot Answers to tbo name
ot "Pat" Ten dollars roward will bo
paid for Information leading to tho
recovery of tho dog or its return and
no questions asked. Arkansas Lum-
Help wanted Malo agents get SO
cents on tho dollar; no oxporienco
necessary. Write for agont's outfit
Address The Catholic Nows S liar-
clay street Now York.
For Salo A thoroughly broke Irish
Setter dog. Inquire of J. S 11. Hall
care of Cheadlo.
What's tho matter with Hanna?
Thoro may several things wrong with
Mr. Hanna but thero's nothing wrong
with Bprague'a Collecting agency
when It comes to chasing bad debtors
out of tho woods.
In Ladies' Coats Capes Etc.
Berlin Paris and London Models. Over 1500 different and distinct garments
for Ladies Misses and Children. An unexampled offering of those matchlessly
fine sample and model garments shown made by the ladies' tailors of the greatest
reputation representing all the chic fashions and fabrics of the time together with a
tremendous purchase of high-price
In styles not hitherto shown here or elsewhere. Received from a wholesale ladies'
tailor unable to wait for cold weather all at prices that are the diametric opposite
of those the new tariff is fast bringing about. No better values have been offered
this season. No equal values can be expected under altering trade conditions.
TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 9;
Chicago's largest cloak manufacturers' representative will display at "The Big
Store" the grandest aggregation of garments ever spread before a public. In
combination with this display we start the greatest of all Cloak Sales ever inaugur-
ated in the territoiy. A cordial invitation is extended to all
"The Cuclone" Big Stores
Z. C. MOORE Proprietor.
I03-OKLAHOMA AVENUE 109 & 111 DIVISION STREET.
A PLENTY FOR ALL and all the different kinds
and grades. "Which do you prefer? An English Mel-
ton Irish Frieze Chinchilli Covert Cloth in all the :
newest designs and fashionable fancy Dress Coats j
Storm Coats and all the good things in Warmer ;
Overcoats for service and satisfaction. !
Don't forget 0UII 1'lllUES AUK THE LOWEST
for the wear and tear that one gives clothing in this ;
busy and industrious country.
Do not forget the Souvenirs a Handsome Medal- ;
lion a French Clock a Hall Rack and the popular ;
puzzle map of the United States and a High-grade !
Bicycle which is on exhibit in our show windows. ;
This wheel will be given away to the one that guesses ;
nearest to the number of beans in a iar. January 1
the beans will be counted. The other souvenirs will ;
be given away with purchases of goods.
H. L. COHEN
The Mew York Tailor and Clothier
S14 WX8T OKLAHOMA A.VJS.
To maintain the standard of U00I) SHOES and lowest
prices is proven by the success of our business. Once our
customer always a customer because we gi ve 3011 FIT
STYLE and WEAR QUALITIES all combined in one shoe.
Silver and Gold Flour
la tho Finest Flour mado from tho beat wheat grown in tho world which
took tho premium at tho World'fa Fuir for Its budo dor qualities. Mlllod with
tho beat milling skill in tho territory it costs no raoro tti&n Hour that has not
Its superior quality. Ask your grocer for it. If 'no does sot koep It and will
not order it for you tend ua tho dealor'a namo and address and your full name
and address ou a postal card and wo will tell you whero to got it or havo it
dolWerod to you at tho regular market price
MORRIS & WILLIAMS Manufacturers Guthrii 0. T.
0LSMITH ARMS COMPANY.
Guns Pistols Ammunition Bicycles fishing Tackle and Sp&rtssien Goods.
For llepalrlDg Guns JKcycoi Sowing Machines. Typo WrHors Uasollno Stoves
and Musical Instruments most any old thine will do. but it take something of
in nrll.t n An I wall Vnn ulll fliirl 1.1m DII9T
" v . t Ttw... w .i4 ...u. n.fev
Agents for W. L. Douglas Good Shoes.
Corner First and Oklahoma Ave Guthrie Okla
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
And tho Best
Whiskies Wines and Brandies
S1KCIAL 1IIIKW" I'Oll FAMILY USE;
24 BOTTLES F0H 81.00.
PHOHK NO. Z.
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