The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 62, Ed. 1, Friday, February 11, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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TIIK LEADEK. MTTIIUIB OKLAHOMA.
Railroad Tinif Tallin.
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08' t tu a in
Atclilmm Toiek A Hunta Vs.
MUKT1I. KAST AND WKST.
g 47 p in
I in p. m
t 4Ua m
Arrive i Arrive
Kan City lOhlcago.
0 iwp. tu i 48 a. in.
e so a. ra. I0 cop.m.
SOCTR SOnTHBAST AND SOU1I1WI8I.
lu li lop II
IQ- 111 05 p n
Arrive l Arrive
n sn p ra iVi'.ba.m.
f.Ofi a is. v M p.m.
A. J. Corklns Agent.
Oliuctatr Oklnhurun n Unit It. It. Co.
t tve Ki n no ... . 0:40 am
Leave Oklahoma OUT - 7Mlara
Li ave Shawnee . 9 14 am
Leave South McAlcster.. -..lt:IOpni
Arriv; Witter ... SsOO pm
Arrive Fort Smith ... ... ... 4:!5i.ira
Arrive St Louis .-. 7.am
Leave SL I.ouls ... 8:S0pm
Leave Ft Binlth .. ll.BTam
Leave Wlsler l:S0pm
Leave South McAllttcr 4:10 pm
Leave Shawnee ... 7.J pm
Leave Oklahoma City 9:08 pm
Arrive El Reno . 10.05 pm
Un'Tvoen Oklnhamn City and KI ltrno.
Leave Oklahoma City tor west 9:06 am
Arrive I-.l Keno 10:IApm
Leave hi Keno foreast .. 6 40 am
Arrive ukliboma City
Leave Oklahoma City for wett ..
Arrive hi Keno
Leave El Hcno east
Arrive OUahoin Cllv
Trains to and fil rn Uuthrle make conncc-
t'on at Oklahoma City
Make close connections at El Keno (or
points on the Hock Inland north and south.
For rates and Information apply to
J F. UOLDKN. Traffic Manager
South McAlester I.T.
O M M ELT.9WOHTH
Agent Oklahoma City.
Traveling Freight and Passenger Anent
Oklahoma City. O. T
WnohtriRton D. C
Jloomi ici-S-a Atlantic Building.
Mining Land acd I'atent Law a Specialty
BIG FIRE IN PITTSBURG.
. 7.10 am
. ... 3:60 pm
.. . 4:88 pin
. 13:10 pm
yAVID L. QITT
Waohlngton D. C.
Ho KI F Street N. W.
The nenslon doI cr of the future wilt In all
&--f... . - ... .. -. .
prooauiuiy uc more HDcrai.
I.eait Six Dead nnd Ilitmanes
Amounting to 82000000.
Pittsiivro l'a. I'eb. 10. Flro wlileli
broke out nt 8 o'clock last nlplit In
the sis-story aotil storage plnut of Uio
Cbtuitnuqua Lake Ico company was
not brought tinilur control until nearly
88000300 worth of proporty bad been
destroyed nnd i.n unknown number of
lives certainly six possibly twice
thnt many had beon lost
Tho fire In point of fatalities Is tho
most serious thnt 1'iUsburg hns hnd In
years. Tho deportmont responded
quickly nnd n gonernl alarm wns sent
In. Other alarms (illicitly followed
and nt midnight Allegheny's depart-
ment wascnltod upon for help
Tho vicinity Is composed of a mlv-
ture of huge warehouses nnd many
privato rosldencei tho Inhabitants of
wh'eh lied In alarm carrying with
them as much portable household
goods as possible. There wero fro-
qiieht xploslons whluh grootly added
to tho cotistornntlon nnd alarm.
The loss of life occurred ns tho re-
sult of an explosion of whisky In tho
plant of the Union Storage company
to which the llames hnd spread. The
explosion which oecured nt 11:15
blew out the Mulberry alley wall
with terrible results.
At the tlmo the flromen and police-
men nnd nowspapor men nnd others
crowded tho strc'4 nearby Into tho
alley. Many wero caught In tho fall-
ing walls. Humors has It thnt nt
lent twenty-flvo or thirty men nro
still under the debris but this Is un-
doubtedly a wild ostimato
At "J a. m thero wore six dead nt
the morgue only two of whom hare
been identified. Thoy are Police
Lieutenant A. J. Horry who was not-
ing captain and William Scott Jr
aged 30 son of William Scott presi-
dent of tho Chautauqua Ico Company.
His brother .lohn Is also missing nnd
Is supposed to bo under tho ruins.
Until tho fallen walls have boon
cleared away thoro can bo no certainty
as to the nuinbor of victims.
A LEFT HANDED DUEL.
Don t Toiiatco Spit nnd Smoke Tour I lie Anay.
1 quit tobacco casCy nm! forever oo matr.
nctlo full of life nerve and vlgoi take Nc-To
Ho tho wonder wurlur that inalion voulc me"
strong. All drugffiuttf sOo or ti. Curo (jurtrac.
teed llooltlot nod sample frca Addreto
terllnc Ucmody Co . Qhlcaco or New YorlL
VON DER AHE'S CASE.
Deslm llreclclnrlilfn L'hnlleneed by Col-
onel .llooro of Iloarbon rotinty Ky.
I.KxtxeTov. Kr . I'eb. 10. A politi-
cal scitsntlon Is caused by the publi-
cation of a letter from Colouel Thomas
11. Moore of llourbon county a lead-
ing silver Democrat denounc-
ing Dosha llreckcnridgo ton of
Colonel W C 1" llrecklnrldge editor
of the Herald and suggesting n duel
to wttlo their dllTren"es Colonel
Moore Is tin et Confederate soldier nnd
Is pnralyaed In his right nrm He
suggests that both use loft nrms. Tho
fcoling between the men wns engen-
dered in the Hreckinrldge-Owens con-
gtvslonal contest four years ngo
tolonel Moore was recently sug-
gested as a penitentiary commis-
sioner ahd the Herald ridiculed
him. This led to the challenge.
Itroeklnrklge Is lu Frankfort nnd
will probably answer Colonel Moore
to-morrow Colonol llrecklnrldge de-
clines ro discuss the chnllenge.
nd ii en to Tour llowels With CiUcarols
Onndy Cnthartle oure eonstlpmlon forever
lOo. Ke. ItattO fall. dmrlu refund monev
A CURE T'riAl KlLl.KU
llireo DfMil from Mlxtus WliNUy. I. onion
I stniot mid I'litnnt Mocllrlnr.
Wkstos W. Vn. I'eb. 10. "Dock"
Snyder "Wirt" Chonoueth niul John
llurton aro dead at (llcnvillo Olliner
county (liltner county i a prohibition
county and tho tl.rce men nil sev-
eral others subscribed for n big jug
of whisky which was shipped from
Wheeling and the party hni U.1 on a
spree. The whisky was exhausted
and for lack of more they bought n
oast of extract of lemon and a case of
cholera cure composed of atcohol
giugpr capsicum nnd other hut In-
gredients. A second lot was con-
sumed and Hnydor Chenoweth and
llurton became III. llurton nnd Chen-
oweth died In agony. Snyder lived
until this morning. Chonoweth was
13 llurton ID and Snyder !3 yunrs old.
lliry Mnko Wine.
TorKKA Kan. Feb. ta Tho Donl-
phun Vlneyngl Wine company re-
ported to the secretary of state yes-
terday that it has on hand wines
worth 933771.31 nnd that last year
Its owners divided among lliemsqlvos
In profits 93 533. 31. Tho wine Is sup-
posed to bo used exclusively for med-
icinal nnd scientific purposes.
L from Ni rv- m
DHie U -uWl
MtdoTMt Chtngt. .$&
0- WE UUARANTEE
tlcn railing or q? Jj
NlKhtly Kmfs! SSSjLS fiV;sa """
Hon. Shrunken 5fe T" B
or Undeveloped Orsans. Youlhfnl Krrort
Bxcesstve Ubo of lolincoo or Opium? Hent
by mull on receipt of price nil PIOTT'S
UIllMIICAIi CO. Cleveland Ohio.
For salo by Sentonlan Drug Co
irt inn np
an I wo utanit t
XTATSON K. COLEMAN
Land and Patont Attornoy
WashlnHton O. C.
Washington Loan and Trust Hl'dR.
REPr.RKNCns-IIon M. V. Allen V. S. Sen-
ate Hon. Lafe Pence Klnderhoot N. Y.
I'on. John a Uell. U. C.: lion. J. U. Uleka
TJKANIt U. CUOSTIIWAITK
VnshlriKton. D. C
ISM V Btreet N. W.
Land Pactlcc a Specialty.
K TIlOS OAltlt AVAKY
llealdcncc S10 Cleveland Ave.
Office over Hank of Indian Territory.
rAiAOUt Itebctih Lodge No. 2 I. O. O. I'..
S meets every Thnrsdav evening at 7:30
in Odd teilowa ball In the Weinberger build-
ing Visitors v'icomo.
MATTIB DOUUIITY N Q.
KATIE McWKTHY Sec'y.
GUTIIIllB Camp No. S Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday nlcht In the
11 of P hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
come. J JJ. TOWKKS Cleri.
KU PENTECOST Con. Cora.
OUTUIUE LODGE NO. t
A. I'. A A. M. Uecalarmeet-
InK third Tuesday evening
in cacn moaiu ai o o ciocs.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
n F. AltDEItY Sec.
A. J COKKIN8. W. M
DTIIRIE Lodee No. 1 A. O. U. W. mcett
inursuay evemnKB ot cacn wees at 7:su
iriiocfc coritilrit and Uarrlton
J T IlHICItNfyt. M. W.
L. N I1CM8IIER ltecorder.
Uovernor htuplicm lo Tnko n llnutl In
I'lrrsiUTiio l'a Fob. 10. Tho ha-
beas corpus proooodings i.i the case of
Clirls Von Di-r Ahe who was abducted
from faU I.ouls by Dotctlvo Nichnlns
Hondo) representing William A. Klin-
Ick bondsman for Yon Dor Ah It the
Marie Jtaldwlu suit was hoard before
.ludi'n liulllngton of the United States
dti.'t court yesterday. After the
ai. li'inntlha court took llio pipers
0' '1 p need tr? prisoner lu tho custody
of . i nltoil biatos marshal until ball
Is fin 'i shed In the sum of S3.U3U to
abldu by the ordor of oourt.
St. Lotus Mo. Fob. .a Circuit At-
torney Hggors has looked up tho law
on tho matter and declares the abduc-
tion of Chris Von dor Alio the base-
ball magnuto. by a Pittsburg detective
a high handed outrago Ho announced
his Intention of Issuing warrants for
uvcry parson concerned In It ns soon
nshecanflud witnesses who person-
ally saw Von dor Alio foroibly taken
from the St Nicholas hotel nnd cur-
ried out ot the stute. As soon as the
warrants nro mndo out nppllentlon
will be made to Governor Stephens for
a requisition on the govornor of Penn-
sylvania for tho return of tho kid-
napers to Missouri.
Governor Ixn V. Stophons who Is
In the city nnnouncos hie intention of
making tho requisition. The statutes
of Missouri provldo a torm of Impris-
onment in tho penitentiary not to ex
ceed ten years ns a punishment for
Wmrnpr Wns Tirelm.
M Hot he. the French niulclaii. who
undertook to adapl libretto of Tann-
hniiRrr for Trench opra tells ihe trou-
ble he had with Wagner ' lit came nt
7 o'clock In tho morning: we were at
work without r"8t or respite until mid-
day. I was bent over my desk writ-
ing and erasing; he was ereot. paring
to and fro bright of eye vehement of
gesture striking the plnno shouting
singing forever bidding me Go on! Go
on!' An hour or even two hours aft-
er noon hungry and exhausted 1 let
fall my pen. 1 was in a fainting state.
'What's the matter"" he axked. "I'm
hniiRry.' 'True I had forgotten all
about that. Let tia ha.c a hurried
nark and go on again.' Night ra.iie
and found us still nt work. I was shat
tered stupefied. My head birned. My
temples throbbed. 1 was half mad
with my wild nearch after strange
words to fit the strange music lie was
erect slll vlgorots and fresh as when
we began to toll walking up and down
striking his infernal piano terrifying
me at last as I pcrrelved dancing abcut
mo on evrry side his trcentrb' shadow
cast by the fantaatic refleition of the
lamp and crying to me ever like one
ot lloffnmn'8 orrations 'Go on! Go
on!' whilo trumpeting in my rare a-
hallitlo words nnd supernatural mu-
sic. And. after all the work tailed
partly bemuse the French language
was tinsuited tu Ita peculiar character."
Now York Tribune.
Unlike Any Other.
Convertible Option Policies
With Limited Vayniontfi.
A form of Insurance improved In tho
light of modern exporleneo having all
tho merits of tho older plans ot Hfo
liisiirauo while Invested wtlh th
virtues of exnet equity In the ovent of
Simple In Terms. Liberal
most valuable feature
the provision for
Should deatli occur during the
In the Event of Death During
A $1000 Policy Guarantees
$2000 with Cumulative Ad-
ditionsof ?10 each year.
Hirst pnbllihed In the Dally lidef Fn
Notlo Vir Piihlidifion.
Lsnd OlllfM GuWirl'- T 1". hriinrv
Notteo Is herh.r lvci Ui' tn ' 'i
Ing immod etile U'lucd m i-t f ii.
Intontlon to inaRo final proof lu nupport
ot his claim nnd that snirt proof wli1 1
made before the register ana receiver at
Quthrlo Okln on March II. isi vli
Frederick Nch rake for tho -w qr'(
J7. twp IS r w.
Ho names the following witi.nsses f
prove hi continuous reslumice upon and
cultivation of said land vl?
John Hums Wllllnm II llaUer. John
Adams and James Franklin nil of duili
rle t) T.
411)1 A. N. J Crook. ReeUter
Flrit puUltshwl in the Dally Leader 1". l
ruary '.. lw.
Not ico for l'uulicnUoiu
Land offlco at Guthrie O. T. Febru
ary 1 19W.
Kollee Is hereby given that the follow
log named settler has filed notice of hl
Intention 'o make final proof In snupor
of his claim and that said proof will l
made before the regis .er and receiver
United 3 tales I and office at Guthrie o
T. on March It 18P8 vlt:
lahn Iturns fur the n hf no qr ec '.
and w hf mv nr see. SI tp 15 r 3 w.
Ho natna the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vlr
Frederick ttohwake William II. Par
ber John Adatn John M Mcpowell all
ofGuthrlt O. T.
410) A. N. J. Ciioiik Heiftiter
Vtrmx pnWi.bed in the Dally
."u 'i it f f xwm.
Vol ir p ir I'ulsllenUon.
I "! lit.- mi re O. T .January
S ! t
Ni.il-i-U hrn eivr. that the follow
tj iiurii l i i- i led notice of his
nteiition to nuik. in iifroof la support
of IN claim Mid ihnt s ilil proof will bo
made before thx reitHtcr ami recelvero'
United 8tate land office at Guthrie.
o'i February 19 J8PS vll:
i pi Jiohoi'r 1L Ji No ' in. I t
t f n r or. oec 11. ti. in a. r 1 e
in. it pa thn following witnesses it
iro. in. contliiuoui r.ilenee nnon and
it of said Isnl vli:
Siovsll V.lumm A. IVt. s
nixon ami l)aM Mwink a. r
y poioniro i.ogan county o 1
AN 1 i Mooe Register
l.onKnii mi nt a "JlngoWt tutrlRiiu.
Maduii) Feb. 10. Tho De Lome let-
tor lucldont Is regarded here us a Jin-
goist tntriugue Intended to disturb tho
relations butwoeu tho United States
Tlicro nro lid mountains In Co'.ortuli
wliuae poaka nro over 12000 feet above
tho oconn level. Forty of these ate
higher thnn 14000 fjet and n.-ire than
half of that number are so remote r.n 1
ragged that no one has dared to at-
tempt to climb them. Sumo of Mie-n
are massed with snow otho g h.ne
glaciers over their approaches an I
others aro merely masses of jagged
Policies arc Non-lorfeilable Af-
ter Three "Years.
Agents wanted for Oklahoma
T. J. LOWli Manager.
IIIr llnler for Alooliol.
1'FOiiiA III. Feb. 10 A l'oorla dls-
tlllory hai received an order by cable
from Hamburg (lermnuy for 00000
barrels of alcohol
io-AO-nue ror jr;rtj- o.niN
Gunrunteetl touacun liullt cure tnabos V-onU
Cieu slronir. lili-oJ pure D0o. fl. All OmefUts.
FROM GEORGE PULLMAN.
GUTHRIE LodRC Ko Z K. ot I meets
every Wednesday at 7.30 tu tnelr hall
-n the Victor fcloclc corner First anil Harrl-
oa. VieltlnK knlpbts arc always welcome
JAMKS M. WII1SBLKR O. C.
J rOUOART M. of V. and K. of K. S
OSH Meets every Tuesday night In It
! K of P. hall visttlne cblefs always wel-
come M. . CUHRUY Chief of Rccorda.
-nrnRlK LoiIrc No. J I O. O V. meets
iS Monday nlfcht of each week at 7:80 VU-
tU6E Odd I ellows always welrume.
1 W U1TTMRIIUBCU N. O
Q VT. UROCE Soc'y loct box 17W.
AKLAUOUA KDcamDmentNo. 1. 1. O. O. V
X.J meets every Tuesday evening tn Odd
fellows uall at 7.30. All visltluK patriarchs
KvcrTbody Duys Bo
Oaicarots Candy Cathartic the most won-
derful incdloal dlvoorvof tho nge pleas-
nut ind lufreslunv; to tho taste not Ront'y
nnd positively on kMnoj s liver nnd howols
cleaiiHlni; tho otillro system dispel colilfc
cuinlioaduclio fever habitual i onsllpa'lnn
and billousjess. Pleaso buy and try a box
nf 0. O. C. to-day; 10 'JR. Ml renin. Bolil and
guaranteed to cure by nil dtuti'Uts.
LUETGERT FOUND GUILTY.
OKI Acquaintance Claim to flavo llo-
rt'lvoil Splrllulliitlo OniuuiuiilcntliHi.
Mbihna N. Y. Vob. la An old no-
qualntance ot (ieor(ro M. Pullman
clnlms to havo received a spirit mes-
saga from the dead mllllonulre which
"I nm unable to assert that the
ohnnge called death does not lead
overyono Into a condition of happi-
ness. That seoms to bo a Inter attain-
iii onL With me the liooka were opened
lit once and whut I bocamo apprised
of In regard to my past and present
requirements does not place me in the
most oovlublo light. My true char'
actor appears and the bight Is not
cheering. Ioads ot responsibility
rest on mo that may not be shaken oil
without grent oltort on my part to-
ward removing the stains of my past
l.lWa nn t'liiterriit.
An Kngllah pnper tells of a clcrgy-
mon who had two dilates with the
older ot whom ho was at award s
points. On being appointed to anoth-
er living ho'docldod to take with him
tho younger curate whom he llkod
and when he camo to preach his faio-
wnll sermon ho clioso ns his tot
"Abldo yo horo with the ass nnd I
and tho lad will go yonder and wor-
ship." The "Hindoo Hoad Hunter" is com
log. Watch for hltn.
mi Giiie iii Yon
KlrstnublMied tn tnn Daily Leader Jan
uary 0 18W
Notico for I'lihlication.
Land olllee at Uuthrle O T.Janua"
Nolle Is hereby Riven that the follow -
Ing-immed settler has tiled i.otlce of her
Intention to make dual proof In uiinort
ot her clnlm and that said proof will lr
made before the reenter am lecelvtr at
Outline. U T.on Fohriiury W 180s vl
Rose I'eeraon widow and heir at law
of Levi S. Pearson for lot 3 and ne
qr sw qr sec IB tp Ifi r t wct.
llo tinnies the followlnit wltnosses to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of snld land vlr.
Jacob nid David Smith James Ow-
ens Hainual Abels all of Mprltigvalo
4111 A. N. .1. CitooK Rojrlstor
I'lrnt publlshod In Dally Leader Jan
Notice for Publication.
Land Ullico at Guthrie O. T. Jan. 0
Notice Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named sottlor has (Hod notteoof his In-
tontioii to mako final proof In support of
Ids claim ami tlmt'ald tiroof will be made
beforo tho register at d reeI vor at (Juth-
rto O. T on February 11 1803 vlx:
J nines M. Morgan for lots 1 3 .1
and 4 of the tu qr sec IV twp 14 r 1 e.
llo names the following witnesses te
pruvn his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vli:
ICiiKui'o M. Oari ett Charles P. Hon-
nviy Cormdliis C. Phillips Jnhu A
ltlliinl nil of (larnettvllle O. T.
4H A. W J.OlMKJlt. RKlter
.1 Hi i I
aacsaggafffi vy...1 u xsss
II L. STROUan. Scribe
A. ICHKUS. C I.
ttimiajra JInfeor of f.ukcvpi Convlctoil
ii f Ulfo Alunlcr.
CfiicAOo. Peb. 10. Adolpli I Luet-
gert was last night convloted ot the
murder of hi wife and sentenced to
impiWonmsnt in the poultentiary for
the term of his natural Hfo. Luetgert
received tho verdlet with u lough.
tARTRANlT Circle Nc
Pi U A It. Meets first and tnlrd week of
every tnonta in Masonic Hall
1.I.UA1IETH STROUaif. Pres
Lfjf'lsA UILURRT Sec
8 Ladles of the
alru week ot
MDTUALi llBNHl'IT TO LAUlES.--Ve
furnish employment lirocurehelpi bay
sell or exchange fancy articles novelty
loo Is periodicals etc.
WOUKN'S INFORMATION HURBAU
Room X) Lynn UlCk
Por. Harrison ajul Division
Mr. I'ltnrmnii Umoatil
Va8hixoton. Feb. Id. The llepub-
lloan major ty was inercased yetter-
day from forty-ulno to fifty when the
IIoiivb. by a vote of 143 to 113 un-
seated Mr. Plowman Dumoorat from
Alabama giving his soat to Mr. Al-
ii rich ltepubllcan. This wns the first
contested election case duoidod by the
present House against the kitting
member. Previous to the reopening
of the Sau n to u spuokil deficiency bill
was passed carrying SSOO.uOO for Uie
payment ot Jurors' fees In United
Stales court und $175000 lor witness
Thay IEnit Their Annual Meotlnc S. II.
D050 of llnlult lilootoil I'roilitont.
Kansas City Mo Fob 10 Tho
ICnusus editors closed tho business ot
their statu association at noon to-day
and many ot thorn loft at 1:30 o'clock
over the Kansas City Pittsburg &
Gulf road for Port Arthur. The first
mnttor that came up this morning was
tho eteotlon of officers tho following
President S. II Dodge llelolt Call.
Vieo presidents First Congress-
lonul district M. M. Hock ot the Hoi-
ton Itoeordor. Second district J.
Frank Smith of the Pleasautou Ob
server. Third district. C. K Moore
Cherryvale Kepubltean. Fourth dls
trial W. A. Morgan Cottonwood
Falls Leader Fifth distriet. Ueorge
T. Smith. Maryaville News. Sixth dis-
trict . K. Loofbourrow Atwooil Pa-
triot. Seventh district h. II. Uephurt
Secrotnry J. W. Morphy Topeka
Treaauror J. R Carpenter Council
drove iiinr '
1" to think "fe-
male diseases "
could only bs
treated after "lo-
tlona" by physi-
cians. Dread of
kept thousands of
silent about their
suffering. The In-
Vlne of Cardul has now demon-
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
at all. The simple pure
Compiled and Published by
G. W. McMILLBN.
Containing an alpbabetlcal list of every
city town village and hamlet In Oklahoma.
Not one Miwever small or remote will be
omitted Uu'ler each also alphabetically
arranged will annear the name of every
business man or nrte All tae names will
appear airaln classltud according to occupa
tion 'roe pumicaiion win &im touiaiu ui-
flclal directories statlulcal tables and other
features that will make it an invaluable
book ot reference to every mercbant manu
t acturer proffetslonal man and shipper In
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home Insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re-
quires no humiliating examina-
tions frr its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles" disordered
menses falling of the womb
"whites" change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making thorn
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.09 at
the drug store.
For sdvlca In cues requlrlsr (psetd
dlnctloos. ddrm. flfliur lymptomi.
tli9 ''Uiki' Advisory Defsrimmt."
Th Chitunooea MwuelM Co. Chilu-
W. t. ADDII0H H.D. ary MIf $. Iyl
nr.MKMIIUH thl nihertlsernentlsof
lnt-rest to you who hnvo frlendt reining
In tho tomb. It N a homo mtatillslitnunt.
shipping nlrecl from tlm iiiurrles marlile
mid giunlte and iiiaiiiifactii'lug In this
city. Foreign apnnls hIiow you a large
lino picture and ask yen to sign a binding
order for a poor design nnd grade at dou-
ble prlco. envoi Ing their wagon and ex
pauses Think of It! we will dupllcuto
any of their work from JO to coper cent
les. All tho work itotio in thu (iuthrtn
cmnotcry somo weighing upward of two
tons was doiio by ui. Notice the name
cut on mo uasei.
First published In the Dally Lender
Jan. 7. 1MW
Notico for l'nbliittion.
Land Olllco at (Juthrle O. T. Jan
Notico Is hereby Riven that the following-named
settler has 111 oil notice of his
Intontlon to tunko Una! proof In support
of his claim and that sh I proof will be
mado before the register kiiJ receiver nt
(jiithrlo O. T on Fob II 1S9M vlt:
Kugi no M (iarnott for lots I 3 0 and ii
lit mv qr sec 21 twp 1 1 range I e
llo nnmes tho following witnesses to
provo his continuous res Id mice upon nnd
cultivation of said land vli:
Charles P HMinc"ny James M. Mcr-
gan CornelliiH ( Phillips and John A.
HlUra'd all of (larnettvllle O T.
4101 A N.J. C'KDOK Register.
published In the Dally
.'itii. r jay
Notico lor rubliratlon.
Land oOlce at Uuthrle Ok.. January
! ll - '
Non-rt i hereby Rivon that th fol'ow-
oann i uler has Hied notteoof his Inteu
.(.in to uiiike final prmf In npport of hi i
.-lit'm hi t that said j roof will be matin
tefuri the register himI receiver UnlteJ
taiii held oftioe at (intiirle Ok on
I linmrv "V IS'W vlt.
Hun y ) Moore for the e qr -ec .
tn in. r 1 w.
llo iisines the following witnesses to
pr ve hi cc ittnuous residence upon aud
euMlvatlonof said land vln
.Ir.lin U Ilm-tM. Amo L. ItronVa Wi'.tt
I'lid Aiinr P. Lester all f
A N J Oiiook. IteuUter
pu'i Uiu-if in liiir'f'aiTy-Lead r
Jan 21. 10(
Notico for I'lililicalion.
LiukI iiftico at Oiilliiie (). T.Jan.
I Nm lee is hi-ieiiy n1von that the fn
lowinir named sei tier has filed imlli-f ..f
of III' ihinntloi to mukehnnl proof n
.iipport r hl claim iinl that said pru.f
wllll in ido tii.fon ri'irlster and rerelvrr
nt iniMiriii (I T . on l'i h SI iww vi
-Uli mi II. Uti'Kitri'w for ihe ne qr nee
J.l tu l i 1 Wi t
lie ii unci -.hi 'iillinvlng wltni"(S to
pini hl conttimi ii re-idi nee upon acd
i nit vu'.loii f nlil I ii l. ii
linn'el Moore oi iimhili O. T. Walter
Wilson of M.rldlui u T . Add W
i litlHtlion of (iuthrie T ; hamuf I (
PntersoD of Uuthrli- (1 T.
44H A N .1 CROOK Uegloter
Ulrst pubilsbed in the bally Leader
r. b a. iro
Notteo lor I'lililication.
Land olllee at Uuthrle O. T. Feb. 1
Notice Is heroby given that tho follow-
ing named settlor has filed notico of his In-
tention to make final proof In support of
his claim and that said proof will be
made beforo the reglstor and receiver U.
S land office at Uuthrle O. T.t on March
0 1HB8 vlr:
Miles WrlRUt for the ?o qr see V twp
lt'i n r 3 o.
He names the following witnesses to
prov his continuous resldenco upon aud
cultivation of said land vlr:
Albert JoriM llonjamlu F. Hfaw Wil-
liam T Fiiinl.irhiirk William 11. llrown.
all or Parkland O. T. .. -
44ni A. N. J.OnnoR Kcglstor
First publlshod In the Dally Loader Jan-
uary .'. 14W.
Notico for Publication.
Land office atOuthrlo Oklahoma Jan-
uary 87 1808
Notice Is hereby giver that the fallow-
ing named nuttier has tiled notice of his
Intention to mako final proof lu support
of hU claim and that said proof will be
mado beforo tb- register and jecolvcr of
United Htatrx I md olllco at Uuthrle Ok'a.
on March 3 Pus vlis
Anton OuliMcr for t lie aw qr of tho soqr
and lot S. im. ft tp 10 r 3. west.
lie names the following witnessed to
prove his continuous rostdoiico upon and
cultivation nf said land viz:
William M Makiir of Cnncsnt City O
T : Kllhu II Cox. of Crescont City O. T.;
John IUyes of (luthrto O. T i Charles
V Owens or Uuthrle O T.
44iW A N J. Ckook Register.
fTHE LEADER'S OT FER1 '"""
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ft . t1
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my praglkfl and find It s most eicellcnt
prtparsllon for tenuis troubles."
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Tailoring Cleaning and Repairing
Dyolcg a Sporty.
11 W Harrlton Oatbrio. Ok
Ciiilctel of Murder nt RH
Siot'x I'aij.. H. D I'ob. 10. Japiea
Harrington as years of age n vote ran
of thu laiu war was found guilty yes
torday of the mnrder of Alfred Ilr ot-
son on the wight of Doaembor 7 iw7.
The jury agreed on thodeaoh punlty.
Thu motive of th orirnu was rabbary.
It Is elalmed that Kriolison Is the fifth
vlotlin of (Jarrliigtoh
To Work fcuiulajri
I'lrrsBi mi l'a. I'eU 10 Jones A
Iaughliu have uotlflad the cinployos
of their bteel mills that beginning
Kobruary 13 the men will worlt Sun-
days the same as tha other six day of
the week. 'J he desire of the large
steel manufacturers to work Sundays
Is oatued by the Carnoge Steel ooiu-
pony whoso men wont seven days per
To Care Couttlpatlon forever.
Take Cusearets Candy Ostbartle. 10c or 26c
If C C. C fall to eare. drucslfcU refund monoK
R CURE CONSTIPATION g$
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Topuka Kan. Feb. la It la prob-
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will succeed the lato Thomas A. Os-
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 62, Ed. 1, Friday, February 11, 1898, newspaper, February 11, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74152/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.