The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 150, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 24, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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SIMPLY III 1
SENSATIONAL CASE OF
CAUGHT IN AN INTRIGUE
Which Comproml&os Hts Daufthtor
nnUSovornl Other Persons Not-
nbly Prof. Bowers Who Forsakes
Wielding the Blroh to Trod In
StrnnRo Paths Steve Bowors. His
Broth Takes a Hand In the
Uamo But Loses His Bntlro Cash
In the Very First Pot.
Rudolph Swiui a Quthrio money
lender la in llorton Kan nnd thereby
hangs a talc. Rudolph has money
groat gobs of it but not as much as he
had last tutnmor by something over
'.0000 good hard plunks. And more
than that the indications are that Mr;
Swint will bo led such a lively chae in
the near futuro that several more
shiners will bo sent on tho samo road
as thoso already gono glimmering.
Previous to his location in this city
Swint was a resident of Ilrovvn county
Kan and following tho usual cuBlom
of Kansas and Oklahama residents
woko up ono morning and found him-
self worth in tho neighborhood of
3100000 most of which was invested
in woll secured faim propeMy. Mr
Swint also had a wife hkcwlso an lb
year old daughter who kept herself
posted on tho shortcomings of her
parents. Itcing rosy-checked at
tractlvo and coy sho had succeeded in
ensnaring tho heart of a prosperous
yount? farmer in tho neighborhood
named Martcnson and it was not long
until tho marriago riles were duly
celebrated and Mrs. Martcnson duly in-
stalled in her now homo by her proud
and happy husband.
Rut somehow or other nothing
tuciood to go right in a domestic way
after tho daughter's departure. Things
went from hid to worse until finally
Mrs Swint filed her petition in the
district court asking for a dlvorco
Tho ground for separation need not bo
slated except that It would como under
tho bead of "general principles" as
tho neighbors put it. Then it was that
Mr Swtnt locatod in Uulhrlc having
his office with (1. C. Hargls tho roil
estate man and went Into tho monoy
lending business. Krora tho start Mr
Swlntdid well in a business way and
yet ho was not satisfied Visions of
his ponding dlvorco Milt at llorton
with hts daughter an unwilling wit-
ness giving damaglug testimony
against him haunted his drcatm.
Rut whero thero Is a will with tho
potent power of gold back of It most
things can be accomplished and it
was not long until tho figure of Jim
Rowers loomed up on tho horizon
lly profession Jim was a pedagogue
but all at omo ho conceived a fond-
ness fur pastoral pursuits and pre-
tented htmsolf at tho homo of Mr
Martenson in Kansas and was on
gaged to husk corn at so much per
husk In order to bo strictly au fall
Mr Rowers changed his naino at the
time of change of business and was
known at tho Martcnson homo as Tom
Howard lie did not confino his attcn
tlon exclusively to corn husking cvl
dontlVi for after a brief but tumultous
"lay ho took tl-o south-bound train one
fino ovoning pod ho was cot aloao
When Mnriotison discovered that
another "gono with a handsomer
man" version had tikon place nt his
homo all kind of things popped
around tho Martenson homcBtoad. Rut
ho was a man of action aad in a brief
spaco of time two I'inkerton detectives
wcro conducting his operations on a
systematic basis b'omc four or live
days later Chief of Police Raster re-
ceived a telegram asking it Tom flow-
ard and Mrs Mar'onson wcro in tho
city. A dcfcriptlon of tho fugitives
was givon and Chief Raster soon
located them aB Jim Rowers and wife
who' wero stopping at tho Ranner
-Motel Martenson was notified and he
Immediately telegraphed to arrest and
hold tho fugitives until ho arrived.
By mlstako tho dispatch was delivered
to Sheriff Rlnehart who up to this
time knew nothing of tho facts in tho
case 'I ho sheriff immediately took
the trail however and was not long
in fl ding a fresh scout. At this junc-
ture Stove Rowers a brother of Jim
suggested to the minion of tho law
that if ha would Inform tho llorton
people that thoy woro on a cold trail
it would be worth 810 to tho Rowers
family. The proportion did not meet
with tho sheriff's approval and Mr.
Stevo was promptly placed In duranco
vile on tho charge of attempting to
bribe an officer. Ho was placed under
8700 W. 11. Stapletoa going his
In the meantlmo Martenson was on
hts road to Uuthrio with a suitable
escort breathing vengonco loud and
It bo bappenod however that his
loving father-in-law was at tho sta-
tion when ho alighted from tho train
but tho Gon-in law never know it as a
dark form could have boon percolved
scratching gravel toward where the
much sought for couplo woro stopping
immediately afterward at a ten-se'ond
gatt Rofore tho tangle could bo
a ralghtcncd out and tho officers reach
the houso tho birds bad llown. It was
a good judicious fir too. because thav
have disappeared as completely as It
Highest Honors World'5 Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Oeim of Tartar Powder. Free
com Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD
the earth had optnd and swallowed
ihetn After a long and frultlata
search Mtuenton returned homo
As matters now stand Mrs Swmt
has boon granted a divorco with a
830000 alimony attachment. Marten
son is still searching for his mlss'otr
wife Jim Rowers has abandoned
school teaching in Oklahoma at least
and the little green school houso four
miles cast of town Is minus a
teacher; Rudolph Swlnt is dofendant
In a 6(0000 datnago suit brought by
his son-in-law for alienating his wife's
aftestlons and Stovo Rower's trial will
bo held at tho coming term of tho dis-
trict court in this city
O. B. Walker Is down from Nowkirk.
S. M. Lochrle is hero from Kdmond
9. R Rorry from Pawnee is at the
Attorney John Cottcral la back from
J. R Martin from Ard more Is in
A L Houscworth is hero from
Sheriff Rcas of Reaver county Is in
J. II. Wright drove over from Chand-
a C Hudson of the Representative
is at Kingfisher.
Mrs. Murphy aDil two sons aro hero
Mrs. L Ford returned from a visit to
Kansas friends yesterdny.
Miss M. Orecnlcaf of Jacksonville
III. Is visiting Mrs L. Readies.
Representative Thos. E Willis from
Laccy is registorcd at tho Capitol
T. K Tingle is in Edraond attending
tho A. O. U W. meeting at that placo.
James Raxtcr formerly of Outhric
is over from Watonga skirmishing up
Professor Shinn who wants to bo
postmaster at Lexington is in tho city
from that place.
Mrs F. M. Thompson is stopping at
tho Okla with her husband our digni-
fied territorial treasurer.
O H. Stowc of tho Stowo Hardware
company has roturned from a pur-
chasing expedition to Chicago.
Charles Marx wants to bo a deputy
In tho Oaago country again and is over
to seo Marshal Thompson about it.
Attorney J. V. Wilson has been
called to Pawnco by tho sickness of
his wife who is visiting in that city.
Oscar Motz has returned from Rur-
lington la. whero ho has been work-
ing in a butcher shop tho past summer
M McDcroiutt a prosperous mer-
chant of Ponca City was vlowing
Outhrlo's elephant under tho tutclago
of Dick Plunkctt yesterday.
W. D Fossett of tho marshal's of-
fice started for Stillwater yosterday
with prisoners who havo business be-
fore tho coming session of court there.
General Land Ofilco Inspector Rurko
is In tho city on official business.
Since coming to Quthrio Mr. Rurko ex-
perienced a very pleasant surorlse by
meeting an old North Dakota acquaint-
ance In tho person of Chairman Kncis-
ley of townsito board No. 0.
CITY IN BRIEF.
Judgo Dalo Is holding court at Still-
water. Lincoln county was bonded Monday
in tho sum of 24000.
For Rent Two fino farms close to
town. D. II. Mitchell.
Kngago your Chrysanthemums for
Thanksgiving beforo thoy aro all
R J. Leo of Oklahoma City has
been granted a patent for a curry
Will Ovorholsor and Miss Ella King
woro married at Oklahoma City Sun-
Attorney John Stono and L. O. Nib-
lack returned last evening from
Frogville is tho name of a now pu&t-
ofilco recently established in tho Choc-
All T. R union barbtr shops will
closo on Thanksgiving from 1 o'clock
until S p. in.
Tho territorial board of education
moots this morning in Oovcrnor
Assistant District Attornoy Roy
Hoffman is looking after Uulted States
business in Stillwater court.
A beautiful collection of Chrysan-
themums can bo seen at tho rectory
for ono week. Call and see them.
William Homy was appointed post-
master at Cross. Kav nnnntv. voHlnr.
day vlco V. W. Stouekmg resigned.
Constant agitation has at last
brought fertli results as shown by
numorous rop&lrs of broken sidewalks.
Qo to tho Vienna cafo and got your
French aud Italian stvlo of salnrin mid
moats for your dlnnors to bo put up on
Ry a unanimous voto tho membars
of Company A have decided to attend
services at tho different churohoj of
tho city ono each month.
Frank Overbay has taken the place
of W Van Meter In tho paid fire de-
partment a vacancy being caused by
tho resignation of tho latter.
A crowded house greeted "HolBbar.-
zar" at tho McKennon last night. It
will bo repeated tonight for the heno-
flt of tho Christian church.
Frod Mitchell for five years clerk
and cashier of the Rock Island road at
HI Reno has been promoted to the
position of traveling auditor.
Mrs. Stevenson came over from
Stillwater yesterday and took a load
ingrole in the "Rolshazzar" entertain-
ment at tho opera houso last night.
A moozy couplo from the country
came to town yesterday and after be-
ing joined in wedlock enjoyed tho
performance at Reaves' Casiuo 'ma
Company A will attend divine ser-
vices at the tipisiopal church Thanks
giving morning. Members are to
quested to bo at tho armory promptly
In the case of Peoples vs Peoples In
tho District court of this county last
Saturday Judgo Dalo overruled tho
motion of the dofendant for a new
trial and restored to tho plaintiff her
former namo of Amanda E. Roseon
During tho rendition of "Helahazz&r"
at tho opera houso last night a pierc-
ing shriek from the street came near
precipitating a panic in the audience.
Tho cry was caused by a negio boy
who was being knifed by a white lad.
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BLOOD HUMORS" cWR&Ti.&.
Mr. John Watts receiver for tho
Quthrio electric light plant is stopping
for a short time at tho Hotel Royal
and requests all persons having claims
against tho plant previous to Novem-
ber 0 1807 toprcBont samo at onco for
Tho Raptist church was qulto well
filled artn last night to listen to Rev
Hill-Hooker. Her subject was "Doors"
which was ably handled. A testimony
mooting followed In which over fifty
spoke. Subject of tonight's discourse
"Looms and Weavers or Tbo Wob of
Tho trial of Mrs. Rurda tho old
Robemian woman who was confined in
tbo couuty jail at this placo soma
time ago on tho charge of murdering
her husband in Lincoln county re-
sulted in tho jury disagreeing at tho
last term of tho district court at
Chandler. Tho jury stood nlno for
conviction and tbrco for acquittal.
Opera is Presented
The historical oporo "Relshazzar"
was cleverly rendered by local talent
at tho opera bouso last evening undor
tho auspices of tho Congregational and
Christian churches. Tho opera is
heavy yet affords a vast field for
dramatic and operatic talent. Tho
stellar roles wero woll taken and) tho
chorus and militia wcro nicely drilled.
The presentation of tho piece was un-
der tho management of W. S Smith
who has worked long aud zealously to
mako it a bucccbS. Tho stago settings
and wardrobes wcro elegant and
elicited admiration from the audience.
Chas. A Rosworth as "Rolshazzar
King of Rabylon" played his part
earnestly whllo Mrs. W. S Smith was
becoming as "Nltocros " Mrs. E. O
Stevenson of Stlllwator took tho
rolo of 'Antonio tho Queen" and
scored rounds of applauso and encores
by hor gracoful dramatic action and
Tbo opera will bo ropoated tonight
and many crudities of last night's
rendition will not bo apparent.
Catarrh in tho head that trouble-
aomo and disgusting disease may bo
ontlroly cured by a thorough course of
Hood's Sarsaparilla tho groat blood
Hood's Pills euro nausea sick head-
ache indigestion biliousness. All
fjntliullo Ulinrch Service.
Go ond hear Rov. Fathor J. F. O'Con
nor who gives a mission or course of
extraordinary Bormons in tho Catholic
church ot this city. Tho mission will
last till Nov 30
Sermon every morning at 5:30 and 0
a m ; children's mission every day at
a p. in.; sermon every evening at 7:30
Tho subject ot tho orening sermons
(or mo ensuing week Is as follows:
Tonight at 7:30 p. m. "Tho Confes-
sion ot Sin "
Thursday ot 7:30 p in. "Tho Etornal
Friday at 7:30 p ra. "Tho Practical
Sunday morning 10:30 "The Holy
Sundoy evening 7:30 "Tho Popo of
Monday 7:30 p. m. "Tho Only
Tuesday 7:30 p. m. "Tho Mother of
Everybody is most cordially Invited
to attend all tho services and sormons
Tho church is kept warm and com-
fortablo. To Cure Coiwtlpntlon Torevrr.
TalioOusciuets Cunilv Cathartic. 10c or 25c
KU.C.C fall to euro. urucKUts rotund inouov.
Cotton baled M 00&4 M
Seed cotton- 1 4S4JI 60
Cotton seed 5 00
Wheat soft .. 74 77
Wheat hard vm n
Corn as 30
For Sale or Rent Desirable two
story houce corner ot Noblo avenuo
and Second stroot at bond of contem-
plated viaduct. Apply to Dr. Peoples
Uold at Ransburg
Is not only a fact but It is also tho
titlo of a 6ket"h ot California's latest
mining camp that contains facts and
conclusions based on Investigations of
ominont journalists and mining ex
ports For rates and free copy of
uooic auarcss w. j. uiacu u. v. a
Received today a fresh lino ot Rluo
Po'nts shell oysters Anardot fish
bulk oysters Kalamazoo celery every
thing you need for your Thanksgiving
dinner. UIvo us a call. Vienna bk-
Go to tho Vienna bakery for your
Thanksgiving fruit cake angel food
mince plo and pumpkin pie. Fresh
Go to tho rectory and seo tho Chry
Wallace & Mueller sell tickets to the
Lyceum Locturo courso
The Master of . .
Never Has This Great Store Been So Popular
AS NOW. Winning new customers; pushing abend; progressing with nstonishirg rapidity Indisputable Proof that the
people appreciate the convenience and comfort of trading in The Largest Store in the Territory immensity of our
stocks together with our Lower Prices makes '-THE CYCLONE' the center for making Thanksgiving purchases.
Table Linens Extra good grndo of full blonehed
Unmask good OUc quality
Thanksgiving Sale Price -18c.
Don bio Damask Scotch and Irish goods choicest
and highest grades regular il quality.
Thanksgiving Sale Price 00c.
Whtto Damask hoautifnl patterns (50-Inch
Thanksgiving Sale Price 80c.
Turkey Red Table L'non. tho )c quality
Thanksgiving Sale Price 29c.
Hemstitched and Fringed Sots special In rxtra
fine dinner cloths with napkins to match
wortli to 50.
Thanksgiving Sale Price 4.09.
Mon's ribbed Halhrlggnn Shirts and Drawers
drill faced drawer aatln faced shirts worth
Thanksgiving Sale Price 89c.
Men's Merino Shirts and Drawers whlto and
grey mixed 50i quality
Thanksgiving Sale Price 22c.
Men's Ilccco-llnod Shirts and Drawers oxtra
heavy worth 75c
Thanksgiving Sale Price 49c.
Men's pure Australian Wool Shirts and Drawers
four colors worth f 1.35
Thanksgiving Sale Price 09c.
ths last flvn days -
Noveliy Suitings lain
many stylos arrived In
xaluos ip to r0c
Thanksgiving Sale Price 21c.
Children's Overcoats with
capes neat styles
Thanksgiving Sale Price 1.18.
Children's Ovorco.its In fancy plaids Ulsters and
Capes worth up to ta.
Thanksgiving Sale Price ?2.69
Flfty pieces of laco ovor ;otton PialJs all tho
now shades worth 20c
Thanksgiving Sale Price 12c.
Figured Gemma Flannols bright plaid strlpos
and figures 15c quality
Thanksgiving Sale Price 9c.
All wool Granite Suitings silk and wool Novel-
tics. Rourottos Covert Cloths values up
Thanksgiving Sale Price 89c.
TaffoUi Rrocadei satin and silk Rrocades values
Thanksgiving Sale Price 50c.
Lndlns' llooco-llui'd underwear silk ribbon necks
crochet stitching satin front poarl buttons
Thanksgiving Sale Price 28c.
Ladios' Jersey ribbed Union Suits fleeced our
Thanksgiving Sale Price 49c.
Ladios' California scarlot Vost and Pants
strictly all wool always sbld at fl.
Thanksgiving Sale Price 49c.
Ladies' flnost Australian all wool Union Suits in
black and whlto and sllvor grey worth $3
Thanksgiving Sale Price $1.25.
Children's tlndorwoar to closo thora In salo tho
prlco will bo onn-half.
THANKSG1Y1NG SHOE SALE
4rc for ladios' $1 Tollot Slippers hand inado varl-
oty of colors.
?1 CO for Ladles' Vlcl Kid Rutton nnd Lace Shoes
heavy single and dotillo sole.
OSc for Ladles' Dongola Rutton and Laco Shoos
?J.50for Ladles' French Kid Rox Calf Laco and
Rutton Shoes coin and pat. tip our rogular $4.00
$1.38 for Ladles' Calfskin Shnos In Rutton only
$1.18 for Ladles' warm lined Reaver Hals tlexlblo
solos worth f2.
07c for Child's Doublo Solo Spring Heol Shoos xlzoa
8 o It worth t.
l 38 for Mon's Calf Shoos worth U.
03c for Men's Satin Calf Shoos. laco or coiiRross.
11 HO or Men's Oil Grain Doublo Tap Shoos
2 33 for Mon's Kangaroo Calf Shoes worth tZ to.
H is for Roys Laco Shoos oxlrti heavy sole
worth 1 7.I.
$1.47 for Roys' Calfskin Shoes soma stnglo some
doublo solos worth $2 50.
Ladios' Skirts in TalTotns Rrocados. Rnurottes
Novelty Cloths piped In volvot bottom faced
Thanksgiving Sale Price 2.98.
Ladios' Skirts all lato stylos mado by tho vory
best Indies' tailors values up to ?3
Thanksgiving Sale Price 1.98.
LADIES' SKIRTS Contiiiuort.
i.QdlcW Skirts In ISdllTorent novel shades rnssctt
linings values up to tt
Thanksgiving Sale Price 1.1M.
THANKSGIVING CLOTHING SALE-
Men's Suits all wool cheviot satin piped farmer
satin lining worth $7.50
Thanksgiving Sale Price $4.98.
Mon's Suits. 33 cr.. Clay worsted sacks and cuta-
ways; trimmed high art; oxeluslvo clothing norcs
must chargo you f 16 for thorn
Thanksgiving Sale Price ?9.:i5.
Mon's Suits nhnvlnt nml M'nrIA.1 In Mmnlra
plaids and stripes tho vory best workmanship!
worth up to tiO
Thanksgiving Sale Price $10.50.
Men's Ovorcoats in blue and black Reavers extra
well made wortli up to 110
Thanksgiving Sale Price 5.95.
Mon's Overcoats Meltons Kersoys Coverts all
Skinner silk nnd satin lined values up to JI8
Thanksgiving Sale Price 9.50
220 pairs Men's Pants ovory pair In the lot guar-
anteed all wool neat stylus worth up to $1
Thanksgiving Sale Price 98c.
Men's Pants In black and fancy Wor'teds all Into
styles worth up to ffl
Thanksgiving Sale Price 3 88.
Mon's Pants Casslmoros and Chovlots 52 dlffer-
ont stylos to solect from worth up to $5
Thanksgiving Sale Price 2.2K
1 h8 for Children's Rcefor Suits oholea of U
stvlo about ISO suits in tho lot worth up to (I
(3 18 for Roys' Long Pants Suits asos 14 n 19 -Chovlots
Worsteds nnd Cnssimeres. all mf.do In
lato stylos not a suit In tho lot sold for Ics than
f5 from that to $7.50
THANKSGIVING CLOAK SALE
All silk lined medium wclolit Covert Cloth La-
dles' Jackets sizes .12 to 40 sain prlco $J 50
Lndlos' Sackets. Reavers In bluo and black very
latn styles $10 values Thanksgiving salo prl-o
Ladles' Jackot.s. Fronrh heavy curls.AstrachfDN
Russian Rlouso Roman --trlpad lined worth up to
MS. salo prlco 3 33.
Ladles' Jackots sold during this season at 5 to
f7.to salo prlco M.33.
Ladles' Capos Children's Kmpiro Jackets In
shoit nvcry carmont In the houso must io In this
Aalo. Thanksgiving salo of Ladios' and Mlsc'
Hoslory from 8c up. Thanksgiving salo of Men's
Ncckwoar. Thnuksglvlng salo of Handkerchiefs.
Before Making Your Thanksgiving Purchases Visit
"The Cuclone" Big Stores
109 & 111 DIVISION STREET
"1 1 I' 11'TTTTTTTTVTTITtTtTTI iTTTTTTTrfTTTilTTTTiT
Are Finding It Profitable
:: To examine and buy our Ready to-wear OVERCOATS.
Il Overcoats are not what they used to be. Now it gets
I! just as much care aud attention as custom-made over-
'.'. coats. The best cloth is used; the best cutters are
'.'. employed and the best tailors put them together. Our
$15 Royal Kersey Cloth Overcoats
f All wool in blues and blacks are imported fabrics
I and are excellent values at ?25. Our ; : :
;; Are incomparable and arc in assorted styles lengths
;; and colors and for service are all that one could wish
;; for. Other dealers getting 12 and 15 for these coats.
H. L. COHEN
! Trie New York Clothier and Furnisher.
!U WEST OKLAHOMA ATE. i
I . v...A a -- t. ..1... . ... --. ..1. fulfil
Silver and Gold Flour
Is the Finest Flour mado from the best wheat grown in tho world which
took the premium at tbo World's F&ir for its sunerior qualities. Milled with
tho best milling: skill in the territory it costs no more than flour that has not
its superior quality. Ask your grocer for it. If ho does not keep It and will
not order It for you tend us tho dealor'a namo aud address and your full namo
and address on a postal card and we will tell you where to got it or havo It
delivered to you at the regular market price.
MORRIS & WILLIAMS Manufacturers Guthrie. 0. T.
0LSMITH ARMS COMPANY.
Guns Plstoft Aflnnuflllfon Bicycles Fishing Tackle and Sportsmen Goods.
r jps sgjfiSZCSi??""
For Repairing Guns lilcyclos Sowing Machines Typ Writers Gasoline Htoyi
and Musical Instruments most any old ihlnr will do but It takes somethlav tJf
sn artist to do It well. You will find him a tar
To maintain the standard of GOOD SHOES and lowest
prices is proven by the success of our business. Once our
customer always a customer because we give you FIT
STYLE mid WEAR QUALITIES all combined in one shoe.
Agents tor W L Douglas Good Shoes.
Corner First and Oklahoma Ave Guthrie Okla.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
And the Best
Whiskies. Wines and Brandies
"SrECIAi BREW" FOR FAMILY USE;
2 BOTTLES FOR $1.00. -&f
A PUONK NO. 2.
SatXX HSCetarjE-iaioxx Avenue.
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