The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 58, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 6, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR ABSTRACTS LOANS AND INSURANCE SEE W. M. BRONSON REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
CITY IN HRIKF
JtUtufnl lirH-rlrnfrnnf Slitrrlnt njii '
He IfrMtfH !.
Sa-.tniia filed yesterday In the dis-
trict coutt by James C Ware egaloBl
Pruella L Ware for divorce The
plaint tr i-g.- as his cause of aeiluu
ihnt 1..-was lnvfullj tiitirrleil to the
defendant ou the 2ltbof January 1801;
tuni evdf sluee said date bo baa t-ou-dtK'Ud
Diuikclf properly toward the
defendant and prcVidtd for her to the
best of tiia means and ability 'lhat
without abuse on the part of tde plain
t (T tao defendant has been guilty of
gross negket ot duty toward tlio plain-
tiff by ab.tndtig herself from and ueg-
tectlng tiielr burnt rnfiifliig to prepare
meals for said plain iff and persis
lently Walking tbe ttreeia of Untlirio
in company with a certain other
woman with whom the plaintiff for-
baao her to associate. 'Ihat the would
go to the restaurants of the city for
her meals and leave ths plaintiff to
prepare Lis own men Ik an best he could
That on the 9ih of January tbo defen-
dant wholly abandoned tho plainllll'
and left tho cur (if Uuthrio and went
apparently to tho state of Nebraska
stopping one night at I'onca City pur
euant to an nrraugoment with a cer-
tain man whom she joined and in
whese company she has Mnco been.
Therefore the plaintiff alleges that
tbo defendant ban been guilty of gross
neglect cf duty ond prays judgment
pie Cotteral & llornor are attorneys
f r plaintiff.
I'nianna C Keller fled suit against
her husband llonjixiu K. Roller for
d vjree charging drunkenness and
f ex ire mo cruelty. She alleges that he
has frequently and without exiuse
stru-k the plaintiff and has cursed
and swore at her nnd called her all
manner of vilo and obtcenu names in
the presence of their oMIdrot ; that he
struck her with a wooden bucket and
threatened to take her life; thatBhe
was forced to leave the home with her
children and' walk It Guthrie a dis-
tance of throe) miles although slio wbb
sick and In no condition to 'cava her
home Tho plaintiff prays for obio-
luto divorce tho custody of tho chil-
dren and suitable alimony. J one &
Dvcreu oro attorneys for plaintiff
01. v J Oaks bring action agtinst
William B Oaks fir divorce alleging
that they were married In Mlsiouri
January 19 1801; that soon after said
marriage tho defendant began drink-
ing intoxicating 1'quors and gambling
and hai Mrc spent most of his tune in
that wny; that he would leave plaintiff
alone f ir weeks while ho was drinking
and carousing and tho was forced to
support and maintain hersolf Sho
prays for tho cistodyof their minor
rhild l' P Hillermao attorney fcr
ahtivi.hs .mis l ii.nn
lor the Mufhoaee Coal ami Italhrau Com-
jmuij M'rfc On the Itoail.
The Muskogco Coal and Hallway
company wan yfstcrday granted a
charter under tho lawd of Oklahoma
for the construction ot a railway from
ttcd Kork 1 V to Gutbil Ok. The
capital ia 81. 250.000 and the incorpo-
rators aro T. II Connors. R II. Drown
0. U Horner J. Y. MeNeal W. 11.
Gray U C Oussand P. II Urcer.
Uho senate bill granting a national
charter to this corporate u passed tho
house yesterday and will orobibly ba
signed by President MdClnley tomor-
row Thee charters are for the build
lug ot tbo road from Ucd Fork to
Outhrie y Col. B H. lirown Tom
(.onnorsi ot Joplin Mo. and others.
jfTbe charters give a Jegol incorporation
lor fh4 signatures to 81350 000 bonds
which b&va been sold to Michigan par-
tics the b nils to cover tho railway
and tho 3 000 00C acres of coal land
leased by tbo Consolidated Coil iioin-
ptny from tbo Creole nation
Bloven inileB of this road liavo beon
graded ties laid and tho rails aro on
tbo grouinl and will bo put down
wltlno 109 days The bii'lding bo far
La beon under the coal lesso lows of
tho Creek nation. A coi tract has been
let for thirty-llvo miles moro of the
road and a contract lias beendgned
with tho citizjns of Outhrie for a
bsous of $50 ooo from this city to have
tho road built to this p'aco by July ol
this year A largo forco will bs put to
work at Outhrie on this lino within 200
days bo that work will proceed rap-
Idly from both onds
'llils road will bo an extension of the
Frisco giving Quthrlo and Oklahoma
lorritory direct connection with St
Sitij Jim Titular llhl Xot Hill llhlne
Tbo remains of Postmaster Isaac
Rhine who was murdered at Welles-
ton Tuesday night woro brought to
tho city yosterday and shipped to Falls
City. Neb for Interment Mrs. Rhine
and daughtor May accompanied the
remalnH to this city. At Wolleston
ths coroner's Jury returned a verdict
that Isaac Rhine came to his death
by u gunshot wound caused by James
Taylor " Taylor is still at large but
tbo impression prevails that ho Is hid-
ing in tho vieimty of Wollettun. On
Thursday night Taylor called at tho
home of a farmer near Wollostou and
compelled tho women folks to proparo
him a meal at the point of a gun.
Taylt r issupposo to be an outlaw.
Ho has lived at Wollutton but icven
months and married bis present wife
after an acquaintance of two woeke.
Mrs Rhine denies tho btory that jeal-
ousy of his wlfo prompted Taylor to
kill Rhine. She maintains that
Rhino was In touch with deputy mar-
shals and lhat Tavlor. fearing expos-
urn from Ri;e put him out of the
CllAXOH IX TltAlXS.
Iflniioon Soithboand l'aunuer Arrtr
mid HefHirtm Ixttiur.
Ueglnnlng to Jay the afternoon Santa
Fa passenger train torthbound will
leave the Outhrie station at 3:54
o'clock Instead of S:t? at heretofore
All other trains run as usual.
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fttt
torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD
TllK Vltl.LlMS svicmn.
Vunvntt ty the tlttlln llrvker Tnlir VI are In
liaiiM VH)i Today.
Captain Hillings landlo d of the
Okla hotel was yesterday made ad
minlstrator of tbo estate ot J. L. Wil-
liams tho grain broker who commit-
ted sulcido nt tbo Savoy hotel in Kan-
sas City on Friday Tho deceased left
some money in a local bank and owned
an Interest In a cotton milt at Noble.
The funeral of the deceased will take
placo today from tho Trinity Episcopal
church In Kansas City. Tho body will
bo Interred at that place Williams
boarded at tho Okla nnd was a warm
friend of Captain Hillings
It is learned that Williams came
originally from North Carolina but ho
had no relatives living. According to
reports from Kansas City Williams was
financially involved and upon leaving
Outhrie played the markets on money
placed with him to pay his Outhrie
creditors. His body was cold and stiff
when found in tho center of his room
at tho Savoy. Williams nppsrently
was In tho act of dressing for the day
when ho shot himself lie had pur-
chased a pair of patent leather shoes
and had pulled on one. shoo when tho
Impulse seizrd him to end his earthly
troubles. The affair surrounded as It
is by a veil of mystery is Indeed pa-
thetic nr.i.vrr orirm.Y rtu.nn.
Tom Cniihlurli Mmtr I'oftmtiolrr ot II rile'
Wasiunoton Fob. 5 Oov. Harnes
oday secured tho appointment of
Thomas Craddock as postmaster at
Welleston vice I O. Rhine deceased.
Ho also accoptcd an invitation to speak
at a batquct at Columbus Ohio next
Friday given by tbo Ohio Republican
Delegate Callahan today introduced
in tho houto a bill authorizing the
Missouri Oklahoma and Texas Kali-
way company to aonslruct and operate
a railway through tho Icdlan Territory
and Oklahoma and for no other pur-
poses Representative Lacey today intro-
duced in the houso a hill extending the
right of commutation to certain home-
stead aett'ers in lands of Oklahoma
opened to settlement under provisions
act to ratify and confirm tbo agree-
ment of tho Klckapoo Indians of Okla-
homa and raako appropriations carry-
ing tho same Into effect Callahan in-
troduced a bill for tho relief of Perry
Merrill and Isaac D. V iicnberry.
MiiHIl Cilif'xi'N of Cullim Are . la China
Tho El Reno Comprccs company has
shipped ten carloads of Oklahoma cot-
ton fifty bales each to Shanghai
Hhlnu over tho Chicago Rock Island
& Pacific railroad by way of Seattle
Wash. Last week it sent thirteen car-
loads to Japan
In tho lust two months several 1.000
barrel consignments of lljur hsvj been
sent to London and Glasgow and an-
other 1001) barrrls will be sent to tho
latter placo ntxt week. The millers
horo woro quite elated over tho receipt
of a London letter 6tating that Okla-
homa Hour sold for ono shilling higher
on tho barrel than Kansas Hour. Tbo
price of Hour In London ranges from
Hi to 31 shillings per birrcl.
si ix nor.
Miimhal T'iuijiii unit force Chonlim In-
Marihal Thompson and Deputies
Tnouias Tilghinan Fassott bis&on
Halo and Djuglasa nnd posses are
scouring tho domlnoln country In search
f Indian burners. Yesterday six men
were arrested in iho vicinity of Maude
on tiia chargo cf being Implicated in
tho outrage. They are: John and
Hard Williams Turn King Stono Mar-
tin Wobb Martin nu l Morris.
Orjr 10(1 warrants have been issued.
Oovernor Karnes' reward of 81000 Is
still In forco.
JIATT1.I1 11717 TIllHlliS.
Willi fttatoit ami tlana Are Cnjilitntl Xrar
Near Perry Into last night ofUcora
arrested and had a fight with a band
of thiovrs aud a number woro hurt
Tbe officers Bd R Stagg and Joo
Doyle arrested Dan Staton Ocorgo
Russell Chan Rogers and Sam Ilszz'e-
ton and tho others gAt away. Tho
men had several wagonloads of stolon
property In their possession.
Miss Alma Carson Is visiting m Ed-
tnoud. Sunt L B. Oooluy Is hero from
F. R Lucas wont to Oklahoma Olty
School Land Commissioner Filson Is
J. II. McKeo and wtfo of Chandler
aro In tho city.
Miss Mlunio Thorpe will pass Sun
day In Oklahoma Oily.
J Stuart McKay attended the K. of
P. ball at Oklahoma Olty.
RUhop Meerschaert will hold ser-
vices in Oklahoma City today.
B 1) Nix ia nirlnnn Ma lnicntn1.1
effects preparatory to moving to Jop-
President Murdaugh of tho Normal
institute Bdmond returned home yes-
teiday. Mr and Mrs M L Turner leave for
Kansas City today on business and
Sheriff Parrel) of Qeary couuty
Kansas was tho guest of Judge
Dlou Johnson manager of the Okla-
homa City Water company accompa-
nied by his monster dojr "Leo." 6pent
a few hours In the city yestorday.
Col. L L lirldges leav today for
Washington. Thn ronilnf 11. II .1.
son were ex'uumed yesterdoy and will
be shipped to Washington for later
Mulhall Enterpr.se: Colonel McRe -nolds
delivered his lecturo to a rather
small house Tuesday night Those
who hoard It aro enthusiastic In their
pralso and deslro the colonel to return
again assuring him a big house
W. 11 Rlsllng who has bsen manag-
ing tbo shoo department of tho Cy-
clone for tho past four months bas
resigned his position and will shortly
return to hl home In Joplin. Mo
where ho has largo mining Interests
Mr. Rlsllng la a congenial young man
and has made many friends during his
residence in Quthrlo.
Sr. Louis. Mo. Feb. 4. Hob Dour.
lass of St Louis and Tommy Tracey
oi imcago. fought an e.'-nt-round
draw at the Oriental theater hero last
Jluy your glass nl Ditto & Co.'s
School books and school supplies nt
Ltlllo & Co. 'a
The train north ycbterday afternoon
wnt two hours Into.
Ono hundred biles of cotton were
App'n nre bcoouilog scarce They
retail at 00 cents n pock.
Tho new light company Is pilttng
up fifty fool suspension poles.
Ladles you can buy tbo John SlrOOt-
man shoo at tho Welcome. Grocery.
Afternoon pajscngcr north changes
today to 3:44 p. in. instcat of 2:17 p. in
Feed for salo "Lots of corn fodder
worlds of straw." fur sale. II. II. Ma-
gan. Bdmond Is a thrifty town. It hat
two flouring mill one food nil; I anil
Commencing this morning tho oarly
train north Is the oiiti to take for Oolo
Thcro Is n good openlntr for a good
physician at Carney O. T. Address
W. J Rcnner.
A snap A four-room cottage must
be sold at once. Part on time Itqulro
of II II. Hagan.
Din't forget tho "costume tea" nt
MrR llllllngsley's on Tuesday after-
noon from 3 to R.
Northbound Santa Fa passongcr
leaves hero at 1:54 o'clock Instead of
2:47 as heretofore.
Tho territorial board of education
met yesterday but transacted no busi-
ness of Importance.
Several wagon loads of household
goods wcro sold yesterday at tho First
street auction stall.
When you want a shoo that is worth
tho money you pay for It don't fall to
call at the Welcome.
If you hear an explosion tonight
don't bi alarmed. It's only tho gas
well it Reaves' theatre.
Call on M. Lauzl and havo your shoes
repaired In an artistic manner; 121
iMlauoma avenue west.
Try a sack of U. S. lljur. It Is tho
leailur. No other flour can compare
with It. For salo only at the Welcome
Samuol Corn died February 2 at bis
homo in Scwnrt no was a Mason
and wsi b'irn at IlarrlsoLViltc Intl.
Aptll 23. 1833.
A Klondike company is being organ-
i.id at Perry. Tbe members expect to
reach tho gold Golds In three months
by an overland route.
For style comfort and durability
nothing can bo compared to the ladles'
khoes made by John Stroolman of
Koston For salo at the Welcome.
Attorney Edgar N. Powers on be-
half of tho territory prosocuted tho
three hobos arrested Friday for fight-
ing. They were bound over to appear
beforo tho grand jary.
Tho ladies aro Invited to attend a
costumo tea given by the Ladies'
Oulld Tuesday from 3 to 5 p. m at
residence of George B. ltlllingsley No.
211 North Kroid btrout.
Thorc are now confined In tho county
jail twenty-three prisoners awaiting
ihu ac Ion of tho grand Jury. There
a.-o ten admitted to bail tj be tried at
tho n xi term. District court con
vencs on the 2lst.
It is teported ot Sheriff Frank Lake
of l'aw;ieo couuty that bo had a regu-
lar "Shorldari's ride" a few nlgnts
since in which ho got his buggy badly
broken up The slier. ft lias been much
broken up over it since.
F. W. Alvord of tho geological sur-
veying party hss roturued to Ardmore
from Sllnnm Sorinfrn. Ark. nml mill
j)in his party at Marietta thus reliev
ing c. in uuiiubuii wuu ii as ueen su-
perintending affairs during his ab-
tenco. Socrotary Jenkins yesterday granted
a charter to tho Shawnee Ice and Cold
Storago company capital stock 920000.
Tho incorporators aro James A. Maxey
A Ruemmcli John Wood. Dtn Ryan
D F. Wcatbcrspoon R. E. Wood aud
Ken llarnblll wasai'rested yesterday
by Sharif! Khlnobart cba'ired with
felonious assault on Mrs. Km ma Tay
lor living east oi mo city itisai
leged that llarnblll In a 6plrit of
humor cracked three of birr. Taylor's
ribs with a club.
Tho ladies of tho Catholic church
will give a supper Wednesday evening
February 0 at tho Klondiko restau-
rant old btand next door to Rhodes'
furniture sloro. They will servo sup-
per for 20 cents; oyaters extra. All
are Invited and u good 6upper Is guar-
anteed. Rev. John II. Penland has beon fired
from membership In tbo Christian
church Penland is a fako preacher
who created a stir in Oklahoma City
b holding rollglom services in a
bawdy house. His application for ad-
mission to the Jorsoyclub was r jjeted
by John Ooloble.
Tho cheapest excursion on record to
"Alaska and Klondiko Gold Fields"
and "Yellowstone Park" and "Around
tho World" atown on canvas at tho
M. B. church Monday and Tuesday
evenings next as real almost as a
personal visit. All for SO cents. 12S
views each night.
Thn vmincr nnnnln nt thn Knlarnniil
uhurch aro highly pleased with thn
progress oeing uiaao in tno rehearsals
nt ll'I'llA lllnrinn llnari lllllilura " In tin
glren under their auspices February
a J . n i .
iv ana ie iinsoper promucs to 10
bv fur IdH !iAt. ltnmn mitprt ntninntit
ever given in Quthrlo.
Privato Secretary Wenner received a
telegram from Oovernor Harnes yester-
day stating that ho would not be homo
bsforo February IS lis instructed Mr.
Wenner t3 notify the officials of tbo
Western Llvostock asnociatlon of
Woodward of his Inability to attend
tbo Woodward meeting.
"The Hindoo Head Hunters" con-
tinues. Pretty music handsome cos-
tumes and plenty of fun and this is
just what everyone wanm in an enter-
tainment. Tho ' j dly j jcosc jugglrr"
saced monkey Hindoo tramps and
IU j in Mvsoor tho eccentric king
furnish all kinds of fun.
Wanted Ladies of Outhrie to bo
sure and toe tho Champion duster
Mrs. R B Chesney aud Mattie A. Tur-
ner will soon call on you aud demon-
strate how quickly dust can ba re-
moved from clothing rugs mattresses
laco curtains; Infict everything con-
taining dust. 123 N Kroad street.
Chu Laux acting under special
orders from Ed Donnelley will peti-
tion W. 8 Bmlth to become a member
of ilia HrecUlnridge- club. This club
was organlzsd two years ago and Is
aldtctcd to tho use of almanacs and
simply because we have finished taking inventory ol slock and lind we have made money. We expected that of
course. Bur not enough to retire. Guthrie is (rood enough for us and we will remain in business a few years
longer giving our patrons the advantage of our peculiar way of buying which has established for us a prece-
dence aud made us famous throughout the territory as the only bargain givers
Child's solid school shoes 9 to 12. 09
Children's and Misses' lace and
button spring heel 9 to IS 711
Choice of Ladles' 1. SO shoes 1.19
Choice Ladies $2.50 shoes 1.00
Choice of Ladies' $3.50 to $4 shoes 2 18
Choice of men's ?1. 50 lace or con-
gress shoes 1.19
Choice of Men's ?2 and $2. 50 shoes 1.49
Men's plow shoes 98
300 pairs Ladies' ci oquet rubbers
(not perfect) '. . . 12
300 pairs Ladies' storm rubbers
coin and needle toe 22
Children's and Misses' heel and
spring heel rubbers 11
200 pairs Men's Arctics bright
finish Jleece lined 7!1
300 pairs Men's Alaskas coin
and needle toe -Ill
Men's aud Boys' Overcoats
Clothing Clearing Trices.
Choice of all suits formerly sold
at $12 and 15 clearing price . . 7. -18
Choice of all Men's suits sold at
9 to $12 clearing price 5.J18
Choice of all suits sold ?0 to $9
clearing price 51. OS
Choice of any Child's suit In the
house formerly sold at $1.50 to
2.50 clearing price 98
other tilings. Mr Donnelley is anx-
ious to recruit the club for tbo spring
Thn board ot elders of tho Christian
church havo stricken tho namo of
Wlndeld S Smith from tho church
rolls Mr. Smith joined tho church on
Monday ovenlng last and was baptized.
Ho was a good member (or four days.
In severing rolatlous with Mr Smith
tti board granted him tho privilege of
demanding an investigation.
' Six-thooter" lilll Simpson who
makes his homo at the federal j ill nt
tho request of Undo Sam. is a gonitis
lie Iibh made a fiddle out of a cigar
box with horso hair for strings. A
slat from a soap box docs service as a
bow. "Six-shooter" plays liko a
maestro and gotB all kinds of divine
melodies out of his invention.
Coming! At tho M. E. church Mon-
day and Tuesday evening next tho
Chicago Illustrated Entertainment Co.
with a series of SO now stercopticon
views never beforo shown In this elty
nnd which has recently attracted full
houses In Chicago and Kansas City.
Illustrating tbo "Klondyke and Alas-
kan Gold Fiolds"; also 'ItarnbleBThro'
Natii'o's Wonderland Yollowstono
Park." and 'iMptorlal Tour Around
tho World." etc. All for 20 cents.
Children 20 cents.
List Saturday a farmer living four-
teen uiiicH west ot tho city drew a
check for 8100 at a bank in this city.
The teller paid him a package nt bills
from which he had previously ex-
tracted SK'0. On at riving at homo the
farmer dl&covered that he had received
001 and Monday he caraa to the cltv
and repaid tho bank tho ext'a 8500
Tho package had contained Si. 000 and
tbe teller had mUtook for a SS00 pack-
Rge. Today the people will be aiklng
themselves what ttiey would do under
similar circumstances Oklahoman
There U more Catarrh In this section of tba
country than all other diseases put together
and until tho last few yean nu supposed to ho
incurable. For a great many years doctor pro
nounced it a local disease and prescribed local
remedies and by constantly falling to cure with
local treatment pronounced it Incurable. Sci-
ence has proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured
by K.J. Chenoy&Co. Toledo Ohio istheonly
constitutional cure on tho market. It is taken
internally In doses from 10 drops ton teaspoon-
ful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous
eurfacesot the system. They oiler one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials. Address
P. J. CHBNEV& CO. Toledo O
r3-8o!d by Druesists7Sc.
lh It" HVSHYHEAl OKA It.
One the ilotl Xoleil flembertof the Cher-
I). W. liushyhead one of the most
prominent Oherokees died at Table-
quah ot llrigut's disease. He was 75
ars old and had In turn filled overy
oflice in tho nation Ho was a mem-
ber of the recent Dawes commission on
the part of the Cherokee nation and
was favorable for negotiations.
TO OUHK A UULD IM ONK UY
Tako Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to euro. 25c Tbo gonulno bas
L. 11 q. ou each tablet'
-May ( print a klis on your cheek ' I asked
She nodded awtet permission.
So we Kent vo prfu and I rather gueui
NOT QUIT BUSINESS
THE FIRST BREATH OF SPRING
will find us more than ready for It. We have been preparing for weeks. Our new
goods are arriving dally and soon the big store will be crowded to its utmost capac-
New Spring Lines in Every Department
bought in heavy lots at spot cash prices which means seasonable up-to-date goods
to our patrons at prices beyond comparison.
WK WILL CONTINUE FOR A FEW DAYS LONGER
100 Child's suits sizes 4 to 6 go at 811
Men's and Boys' caps formerly
sold from 50c to 1.75 clearing
Choice in tbc'house of our finest
pants including Baltimore mer-
chant tailoring pants worth
7.50 in this sale 3 58
Men's union cassimere pants 01
Mhi'h nnd Ilojs' Hals all Stylos
Shades and Colors Just to Clean 'em
up do in this sale at CIcaritm Prices
Ladles' Undenvear and Hosiery Etc.
Heavy ribbed lleeced vests former
price 45c go for 28
Non-shrinkable vests and pants
former price 1 go for 85
Red llannel or natural wool cam-
el's hair underwear 1.25 values
go at " 45
Ladies' and Misses' union suits
worth 75c go at 48
Ladies' fast black hose former
prices 12 l-2c go at 00
Ladies' fast black hose former
price 20c go at 09
Children's 10c black hose 00
Clearing Salo in Mir Dress Goods De-
partment. Faucy plaids suitable for school
dresses cut from 15c to 07
Double width wool cheviots re-
duced for this sale to 29
42-inch all-wool tweeds reduced
for this sale from 1 to 49
at 1-tf Yalue
Don't Fail to
CYCLONE" BIG STORES
The lllntloo Head llanttm.
Rehearsals aro now lu progress for
tho production of this comic opera
undor tho auspices of tho Trinity club
February 17 und 18 Over fifty of tho
best singers in Quttirlo will assist aud
those wno havo heard tbo music are
very enthusiastic in Its praUe. The
opera will bo given under tho personal
supervision of tho composer Mr- 0. K
Wilson and judging from the past
success of tbo opera this will ba one
of tho best over given in Outhrie. The
story ot the opera is based on a tradi-
tion among tho Hindoos that when
their lost white gad Kaol appearod It
would be In tbo form of a whlto man.
Hilly Hawkius an English tourist lost
in tbo Hindoo land is mistaken for the
god Koel and worshiped by tho Hin-
doos. Ho carries out the deception
which leads to many amusing situa-
tions. The Sacred monkey Hindoo
tramps and eccentric king add humor
to tho opera All tbo muslo is of a
Copular catchy style and to this may
e attributed the romarkabla buccc6s
of "llio Hindoo Hood Hunter "
Tho young people of tho Episcopal
church are to bo congratulated on hav-
ing secured this opera for their enter-
tainment. Heal Jlntate Tranifer.
Furnished Vjv tbe Hasan Abstract com
pany Frank I.aux abstracter.
United States to Walter S. Anderson
lot 3 i and fi. aud e qr nw ir tiec 4
in id. r 1 w. nalent
Vnlted States to Cyrus Mclntyre n
qr sec ip id n w. paieui
UuUel States tt Marlon Qrlftln nw
qr oec 31 tp 18 r i w patent
Untied Stales to Joseph Jonex lot t
and 2 and n bf nc qr sec -I tp 18 r t e
Theo. Mcrther et ux to Ooo. II Miller.
ne qr set II. tp 17 r 1 e V. U .... IC0O 00
ueorge siocuuaic ei ux to jocn ii.
All man. whf tcoriMia tn IS. r!w.
Q C. D IS 00
Robert ilarueson to Marlon Tamilian
lots bis I Kvansvllle. W. D ... . 10 00
C. H. McConuoll lo Jotenhlne Berkley.
w hf sv qr tec 13 tp IB r S w. V. D. TtO 00
Detain? Investment Co. to C. It Mc-
Cormlek. tw nr sec 13. tn 16. rlw.
WD.- . - e00 00
Heal estate mortgages Feb. S .
.... 21 15 00
Still at tbo front. Rev. Matt Wing
win givo ono oi uis burring juciurea
on "The Evolution of Religion" next
Sunday night at 7:30 in tho dislrlol
court room. All ate cordially invited
C. U A. C.
will give a "ladles' lioston tea part"
next Tuesday afternoon at tho horxo
of Mrs. J E Piatt In honor ot Mrs.
Hello Richardson Abernethey ot tbe
Wynnewood club Indian Territory
and i. former member of the O L. S. C
of Outhrie; also for Mrs J. II. Over
bay ot tho Guthrie club who will
shortly leave tbU city for her now
home In 3arthage Mo.
The program will not be an elabo-
rate one as the object Is to have a
good time socially but there will be
juit enough ot Chautauqua "leaven"
to glvo a litorary "tone aud piquant"
to tho affair.
To Cure Constlputlou Forever.
Take Cuscarets Candy Cathartic. 10a or5c
11 li P. ft fall to cura. drucuUW refund monev.
The comedy drama "Struck Gas" is
a alde-splltter at Reaves' theatre
Window glass all sizes at LUllo's
Seo Smith tho bill distributor.
Attend This Sale.
109 & 111 DIVISION STREET
HAVE YOU BEEN TO
WALL PAPER SALE? j
They are closing oul S3 OOO rollB
at prices never before heard of njUie-QrltCT7f'lf f
you have not you had better be quick about it. f
Sr 1 1
p ritoNr add back vunr.
?tStS-r"- $" l&99
.1 Superb t'omniny vf ArtMn at Heave
The managomontof the performance
of Reaves tiros' theatre have decided
to make a new departure and ono
whUh will meet tho demand of tbe
Commencing last night the vaudo-
villo performance ceased and tbo pop-
ular comedy-drama "St'uck Gas" was
presented by a suporb' company of
artists. Messrs. Reaves have secured
this company at a great expense and
feel suro the patrons ot tho theatre
will bo highly entertained.
Mr. Jerry llcrzell nnd his company
have produced this drama throughout
tho country and received llatterlng
comments; especially Is this true of
tbo scene of the "gaB well explosion"
which is thrilling In every detail.
Tno new departure ot the theatre
managers meets with tho general ap-
proval of tbo public and Increased
Ctetl Sei-r'cw Kjto ml nation.
The United 8tates civil service com-
mission has ordered that tbo regular
spring examination shall be held be-
tween March IS and April 25 1808 for
tbe grides of clerk-carrier In Outhrie
Oklahoma pobtoflleo. AH applications
for this examination must bo tiled
with tbe undersigned beforo tbo close
of business March 1 1S0S Exact dates
for this examination cannot bo given
at this time but due notice will be
eiven throutrh the dally papers. All
necessary Information blank appllca
viuub nc cau uo uutsiueu a i any
time by applyiog to
O. R. MONTOOMKHV
Acting Secrotary Local Board Guthrie
Guthrie U T. Jan. 10. 1838.
See the elegant lino of tooth brushes
and drug sundries at Llllle'a drug
See Smith the bill distributor
We aro giving Slate Pencils Away to
tho School Children
Black cashmeres formerly so'd for
25c reduced to 19
Black diagonals.cut from 40c a j'd
Fine French zephyr ginghams
worth 10 to 12 l-2c reduced for
this sale to O0J
Amoskeag apron checks 01
L L muslins go in this sale 08?
Shirtings Danville plaids 04f
Champion shirtings 00
Sidney plaids 04
Amoskeag A. C. A. ticking 18
Oakland 1st quality ticking 07i
Table linens etc. Turkey red and
white damask fast colors a
special drive at 19
Cream table damask our 50c qual
ity reduced to 29
Cream table damask our 75c qual-
ity reduced to 39
All linen Scotch crash colored
border sold for 12 l-2c now. . . . 07
Extra heavy German satin bleach
ed toweling former price 2ic
reduced to 11
A few pieces of Raspelan percales
left to close them out go at . . . . 05$
3000 yards Simpson prints for
this sale choice per yard 03$
Absolutely all-wool Indian head
full-size blankets former price
1.50 per pair to close them out
Cotton blankets from 38c to 98
& IVIULLER'S I
We are headquarters for
Call and See Us. I
McKennon Opera House
8. A. MANN. Manager.
1UCUAKDS & PltlNQLK'sS
In Mighty Union With
IIUSCO & HOLLAND'S
The (lrHt Oitusa
10 STAR ARTISTS 40
Watch for tho parade by two bands
atll.'SOa. m. Free Concert at
7M5 p.m. In front of thuThea
tro by our two bands
PRICES - 50 and 75 cents.
Seats on sale at Wallace & Muller's.
Make theso long evenings pleasant
for tbe family at home by supplying
them with good reading matter Bee
this list: Ladles' Home Journal 10o
Muntey's Magazine 10c Demorest
magazine lOc McUlure's Magazine 10c
Illustrated America 10c Oodey's 10c
Carter's Monthly 10c Puck 10c Jndgo
10c Lifo 10c Truth 5c Black Cat 5c
NIcklo Magazine Sc The Owl So. Wa
have on sale at all time the leading
daily papers periodicals and maga-
zines and take subscription for them
to be delivered by mall or at our
store or news stand at poBtofflce.--V
u uiuio x uo.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 58, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 6, 1898, newspaper, February 6, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74148/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.