The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 62, Ed. 1, Friday, February 11, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR ABSTRACTS LOANS A2TC) INSURANCE SEE W. M. BRONSON REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
1 1 tv corAcr-
Vrnarr llrjortrd In lltiilurt Stntlrrltr-
pori f Officer.
Councllmon Baker Morto and Capers
were the absentees at last night's
The petition of the people of West
Guthrie pravlnR or a n-gbt watch-
man was tabled.
The committee having In charge the
bridge and viaduct project (or Noble
avenue reported that iho Santa I'e
has thown some Intorcst In tho manor
of building a viaduct and that the out-
look for tho consummation of the
project is bright
Judgo Hilton has in d Receiver
Watts of tho old electric light system
lorJO.COO. allpgcd to be due him for
lights. Hilton his o.ijolned the eliy
from paying Walts any money or war-
rantu while tho suit is pending
Tho zeport of Police Judgo Moeic
s& rocoived. It shows S00 &o in lines
collected for the city during the mouth
Tho collector's report for the liOnr
tor ending January JI sh jw a bilatiee
for the city of 8U9 T5
Tho S.oo bond cf Hlggs andSaundors
for digging tho new tost well was ap-
proved It is said to bo tho best bond
ever given In the ciiy.
Tno strict commlssione- reported
renairs bcini! rnado on washouts in
the slrcots iu the northeaBtorn part of
The council passed an order requir-
ing all property ownors to fill up nil
open and uuused wells if tho owners
fail to observe tho order tho council
will cause the work to bo done and
tax tho t against the proporty
II tXTKO Till! LATIHiT STYLH.
litis Siirpritnl II Urn Tvlit U Vbitlit lie
lhmt Jii Our Vxltltitf.
Along pictureiqio rub from To-
f lice wearing a Gustona complexion
anu unuompt locus as long ni uoio s
called at Hill's barber shop last
night and approaching a barber In a
tone of voice that bore the germs of
doubt said: "Siy how much do you
all charge to cut hair in tho latest
style?" ' Twenty-flvo conti" re-
sponded tho tonsorlal artist. "Twenty
five coats' Je-roo-saluni' How many
cuttings will It take to get it long in
tno back?" "Only one " ' Jo rot-sa-lum'
I've hcarn tell it took flvo sit
tin's and cuttlnV. Hut I hnint wantin'
a settin' toniirht. I haint got tin;
money but I'll havo some nrxt week;
then I'll bring iu Ike and Jake mv
brothers and you all can Ox us up with
tho lsttcst cuttin' in the back. No
all aro goin' to get married and our
girls aro Btylish and wo haint goin' to
caro for cxpenso-i to havo our late hair
cuttln'a " With that tin young man
walked out and tho sllenco which then
""Tell over the shop wbb only broken by
the snappv gastronomic breath-takes
of U-iish Filsoc and tho dull crash ot
tho Hill rcapors as thoy melodlous'y
mowed tho alfalfa from tho counte-
nances of Ucorgo Willis and Wilt
Voimtu t'ouititinitloiteft' Cunrl.
TLe petition of L L. ltridgcp ot al
was ueniod This petition was for
SI 50 a day witness fees fur appoaring
beforo tho coroner Toe commission
cib allowed 31 a day to each witness.
The bill of Win. Lowe for damageB
for fort? feet of land condomncd for a
publ't- highway was compromised for
8150 and tho land released by Lowo to
Tin) board adjjurncd to meot Febru
ary 17 to hear tho remonstrance of
citir ns cf Orlando against the iu-
anco of a saloon license to II. L. Hunt
VI) o baard will meet In tcgnlar sea
s'on Manli 1
.. Tho bond of Wm Tooms as trustee
of Iowa township was approved
It 1. Anuis was appointed olork of
Irou MounJ township to fill lhi va-
cancy caused by the removal from the
county of John Hlmtnons
The petition of Charles W. drant for
tho cancellation of laxas was granted
unovsiH.tts'i en mum
.Mid! liialutl .Wit'r II '-( ''J l't'tinurr
It develops tint tho chargo against
Majjr Wooisey charged with being
implicated In tho attempted rjubery of
Ponca agency was without it uuda-
tion and was sprung by tho piisoncr
Lawrence through rorengo Major
Wooisey lies been roleaicd from cus-
tody Lawronco rnado n oonfes-ion
yesterday that ho had trumped up
tho chargo against Woolioy in
order Xt create a tonsailon. Law-
rence had been In Woolsey's employ
acd got angry with Wooisey because
tho latter refused to advanco him S200
to pay his expenses to Hot Spring!.
CJt IX VllltlSTM.I.S OltT
llfCtlenl by II. II. Iliirmtm I'rom 111
SrphtW III Culm.
II D Harmon living on Division
street has received a Christmas gift
from his nopbow Jacob 1-1. Harmon
who is now In Cuba Tho gift Is a
Cuban stiver coin of tho value of 3 V
cents It is about tho size of a United
States half dime. On one sldo appears
a scroll surrounding tho inscription
Boal " On the obver.o side ap-
pears a picture of a Cubau town with a
volcano in tho background. Young
Harmon has been in Cuba six months
and is working nesr I'lnar del Itlo.
lie says the Cubans think tho war will
soon close and that everybody Is mak-
ing ready for rosonslruciion.
ol ltellrrnl ( mlrr Oath.
Matt Lawrence has told coveral
stories In his various confessions about
tho l'onca agency rjbbnry. Ho first
said tho Duun boys wore connected
with It. tbon afterwards changed to
some other parties and after sovoral
couth-ting statements Involved Major
WooliflV Nn nnil wlin trnnira Mull
Lawrenen would bsllevo any statement
.410 wouiu inaue under oatu l'erry
Thera will be a vilouttno social
glren in O A It. hail at Seward Mon
day February 14 Everybody invited
to come and have a good tlmo and lots
01 xun Y. r a
Highest Honors World's Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Jrtar Powder. Free
lom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STAWDAJUJ
CITr IN BRIEF
"Hindoo Head Hunters" February
17 and 18.
Hohool books and school supplies at
Llllle & Co.'s.
A brass bind has been organized it
Mrs. II. II Hsgan will sing at the
M B ch u roh Monday night
A fight Is being made to stop tho
selling of 1 qtior lu Iidmond.
Don't miss the entertainment at tho
First M 1$ church Monday night.
Ladles you can buy tho John Stroot-
mau shoe at tho Welcome Grocery.
Peed for talc' Lots of corn foddor
worlds of straw." for sale. II. II. Ha-
gs" Tho Mandolin club will f'rnlsli
mutic at tho M. 12. church Monday
l)r It 13 Howondoblor was thrown
from his boggy at Perry and stvarely
Thero Is less whistling on the streets
of Uuthrlo than In any town In the
Thero will bo a valentine social at
tho llaptist church Monday night Feb-
Commencing this morning the early
train no.'tli is the one to take for Colo
Thero Is a good oppnlntr for a good
phyilclan at Carney O. T. Address
W. J Ilennor.
It is said HI Klnman requires no
drll iog to enact his roll in thu Hindoo
A snap A four-room cottage must
bs sold at once Part on tlmo Icquiro
of H U. Hsgan.
Wanted Furnished room on lower
iloor in prlvato family. Address Uood
Pay Leader office.
Wliea you want a shoo that is worth
tho money you nay for it. don't fail to
call at tho Welcome.
Company A 0 N. O Is preparing
to give a maiqucrado ball at tho K. of
V hall on February 22
Call on M. Lanzl and havo your shoes
repaired In an artistic manner; 121
Oklahoma avenue west
'His Ladies' Ucnevolcnt society will
meet al tho homo of Mrs Van Voor-
lieca this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Try a saolc of U. 8 Hour. It Is tho
lcador. ho other Hour can comparo
witn 11. for saio only al tho welcome
Desplto tho wel westhsr 121 bales of
cotton woro received at tho cotton
market yesterday. The hlgbost price
paid was St 75.
Miss Carrlo 11 Mock daughter of
Polico Judgo Mock will be matrlfd al
Wilmington Ohio on Fcbiuary 23 to
O.-la A. Parker.
Tri- eltrln nritntnrl nA .1 iifn .M 1 v-
nnttilnn nn Itn nnmnmti Irk I h n laillnL1
(hoes made by John Strootmau of
ujsion tor saio at fio welcome
The mala quartette composed of
Messrs Geo Ojdon Luther West
Kjiory Iluckncr and Dr Laffcrty will
siag at the M E church Monday night
F M. T-trlton wi 1 opon a craln
brokerage ofllco today in tho rooms
over tho Hank of Indian Territory
formerly occupied by the Outline
The cupper to be iriven by tho ladles
of the Catholic church has been post
pined unt 1 Saturday February 12 at
which time dinner and supper will bo
Utilised wells In tho city should bo
Oil oil. A mule foil into an open woll
in Wnsl (luthrio Tueoday und tho city
was forced to pay sin to cxtrlcato tho
an in a l
Tho Hanta Fe railroad cfllt'nls havo
greed to nselHt tho couutv and city In
building -a viaduct over tho Santa Fo
neks and across (he Cottonwood on
'lhi young folks nro arratging to
givo a dacoe at tho K of P hall to-
morrow night in honor of Will Fells
who will leave Monday for Jopin Mo.
to make his homo.
In tho comic opera "Tho Ilihdoo
Head Hunter" tho choruses are
araoag lis bf si feature!. They nro all
protly and catchy and just tho kind of
mu ilc i very one enjoys.
The Valentino social at tho Hantist
church Monday night February 14
will be a i lob troat. All who como aro
expected to bring a valentine. Come
out and bavo a good tlmo.
Owing to tho kindness of Mrs 0
Hates for picking up my overcoat in
tho street and notifying mo of tho
same 1 wish to tender my sincere
mau Its I'Tcil K McKinley
Thore will b) a valentine foclal at
tho liaptlst church Monday night
February 14 Refresbraoncs will bo
served and everyone who comes is re
queued to bring a valentine
A lllavrln pnrnn In liatnn nrrnnlnr1
by Company A O N O. Tho mount
will consist of ton track bikers wbo
proposo to give a scries of brisk exhi-
bition drills during tho summer sea
In Hi 3 fight for tho nostoUho at
Stillwater tho rival candidates are
Capt. J S Hunt and 0 F. Xeorman
editor of tho Gazette with tho county
oentral couimilte uniting in favor of
Quito a number from Oklahoma City
are coining up to Bee "Tho Hindoo
Head Hunters" Tho opera was given
thero last December and was conceied
to bo tho best homo entertainment
ever given In that city.
Ha J ah Mysoor king of tho Hindoo
land Ib something entirely now in tho
king line. Mr S A Mann will take
tho character of this ececnirlo king
aud of course Mr. Mauu will carry
out tho part in great 6hapo
Wanted Young man of butlncss
ability and soma cash to taUn charge
of branch oillco of a responsible con-
cern AddrosB for particular! P. T.
Porter Ssuthwestcrn Ag-mt South
McAlester I. T. P. 0 box 033.
Miss Paulino KJiih Htgglas will ap-
pear at the First M. K church next
Monday ovoning under the auspisesof
tho Epworth League In a mubl-al and
elocutionary entertainment No one
should fatl to hear this entertainment.
All tho membsrs tho congregation
and the frlunds of the Presbyteiian
church aro cordially invited to a "nov-
elty social" at tho home of Mrs II L
Miller 7C0 East Warner avenue on
Friday evening February 11 given by
the young ladies of tbo church.
Oklahoma City Tlmoi-Jocrnai: At
torney Zoll Woods of Parcell and
Miss Mary Virginia Cowan of Mer-
In Intl. Mica wartk 4nltnfl In trial rflana
last ntgbt at 0 o'clock at thn residence
of Mr. and Mrp Geo. E Uardneron
H xth street Ilisbop Urooke ofllslaltng
Uarely has anew word made Us way
into everybody's lexicon mora readily
than 'Klondike " Tho L'ader heard
tho other day n girl calling over the
si do fen co to her dog "Ilorr Kion
dllio" her persuasive tunes then drift-
ing off into the moro endeail'g ' Here
"Never Give Up" was the advertised
tbo no cf a minister at Norman and
when tho contribution baskot returned
from Ha mission with an imply stom
uoho Iia remarked that It was a quite
unusual thing for a congregation lo
hood tho IbarMiiga of a sermon before
When "Tho Hindoo Head Hunlort
s'ng "Heads and skulls and skeleton "
al tho md of uat III It means fist
their time has uoino Ilir thnro Is n
gun play tr wild thoot-ng "The
Head llun'ers rnd ihlr ex'stenco 111 a
moro rellned nnd oriental hij; one
tiatistiu'y effective wlhnit belug
a shock 10 nervous pcoplo
At tho Flrit M U church Monday
evening. February 11 under ih nus-
pleos of Epworth Lcagur Psulin"
ICdlth Hlggins. so woll known as the
"verfallle talented ard grand young
artist" assisted by tbo best local
musical talent malo quartet ladles'
trio stringed instruments etc See
circulars. Mil r. lilgglns receives frcm
every place she has been tx 'client tes-
timonials from prcsts pulpit and public
wherever high intelligence has made
tho people and person-g's true and
capsblo jiulg-s of merit Como. Ad-
mission only 21 cents
l' KKSONAL JIKNTION
Colonel UravenF of Ponca City Is In
Sheriff Frank Gebko Is over from
Councilman Morse h.s a bad case of
General II S. Cunningham has re-
turned from tho south.
Judgo 5?. II. Harris of Perry was in
tho city yesterday on legal business.
It. J. El wards was registered from
Oklahoma Town at tho Okla yester-
day. Tho Kilrafo brothers who perform
at Heaves' Casino are really clever
Henry Mcllco of Orlpplo Creek Col
is lu tho oity. lie says ho has como to
Oklahoma to thaw out.
Miss Paulino Hlpglns of Oklahoma
Olty Is hero arranging to glvj an elo-
Look See tho bonhoralo Chinaman
is trying to get a co'ouy of his friends
in Kansas Olty to locate in Guthrie.
Will Horsfall cashier In tbo Guthrlo
National bink will lcsvo Monday for
Now Mexico to visit his brother acd
to v'cw his mining interests
John Unlo returned from Perry yes-
terday whero ho investigated the
WoolEcy nrrest. Ufi says the charges
ncalnst Mejjr Wooisey were all moon-
shine. Clianco of 3 our lift lo got
muslin underwear for less tlnui
tho inatorial cost at tlto Outli
rlo Citsli Store.
Mwumle r.'rmnl 7.uilyr Ofllrltih.
The following list of otfleers was
elected for the insuing yosr by the
Masonic Grand Loclgo at E Hno. G
M E M. Ilamford Guthrie; D U M.
W. L Eigleton Pawnee Graud S W
W. M. Andersou. Enid; Grand J. W
S P. Richardson Hennessey; Grand
Secretary J. S Hunt Stillwater;
Grand Troasuror. II. II Watklns IU1J:
Graud Lsoturer. W. It Hrown El Rono;
Grand Orator Cbarlee Oav Illacicwell.
Tho next mooting will bo held at Okla-
Aic Jl mill .1 OjIcer:
The Udtldlng and Loan association
has declared a 5 per cent dividend.
Tho treasury now contains 35000
New officers wero elected last night as
followt : F. II. Llllie president; M. 8.
Spencer vlco president; W. H. llron
son Bccrotary; J. W McNeal treas-
urer uud J J Cutteral attorney.
The solo "My Thoughts." to basung
by Miss Nolli Hill and "Truant One"
as sung by Wis Lon.a Whltbcck are
two of tho gems of tho comic opera.
"The Hindoo Head Hunters " These
solos aro nspctlilly adapted to Mies
Hill and Miss Whitbeck'd vohes and
aro of unusual merit
Arrangements havo been rnado with
tho management of tho opera house
to set apart tbo entire west section of
reserved Beats in tho theater for the
colored people during tho performance
ot Hlcharda & Pringlo's minstrel Feb
ruary 11 Saats can be secured al
Wallace & Mnller's drug store
1 et lior rain whilo tlto muslin
umlonvear saio trnos nwrrllv
on at tho (.uthrlo Cash Store
rrldtiy and Saturday.
Itrtil VMate Triuincr.
Purnlnlifkii Uv rh iri.fin auii.. u..n
- --- -- j -.v uu.m nuatiiihi tym-
pany l'Vank Laux abstracter
A C Slaughter to Mangle Taj lor. lot
in lilt-t- riniiiri ;.... ... . .
Anio- Wright to Mangle A Taylor 11
u. ii iu ui. ... 11 19 W
Hufun H Hryan et ux to I'roxiiect
chuicb I acre In se qr sec ! tp IT
r I e. w d 1 00
Samuel Matthews et ux to to 11 J
iouuk. kvrqrsei iuIH.r w w tl Iw CO
Oainp H Kstes et ux 10 K i. i'ennock.
w auu - ui. w eani uuiurie
wd ft) Qo
II A Ilootb et ux to Katt Drown lot
III. hlk l (llllhri nn..r . .1 .rw.1
Ueo Oardner et ux to MaEcle Taylor
i it u i. ui eu a uuiunu w a are U)
AtkoUus A Hull to Martha A. Shin-
man hut ur a- a in is ir i .& . a mm tv
United States lo A M liull bw qr sec
Win M f!raen to Metlle Cravens
I a and t btk T B. Guthrie wd K0W
Heal estate mortgages FVb. to . .
i:iincrll-t' New field.
Upjier Michigan's lumber camps have
long been notsxl for thetr lawlsasness
nnd what may b frankly called heath.
enistn. Systematic evaiiKellstlo work
is to b carried on them this winter
by n number of i-radnatua .- xir
Moody's Chicago Dlble School who
imve orggnizcxi a in nit of gospel work
ois under the Ilunnctal rmtrotiage of
the various lumber omnnanlum in ihii
rw-lon. Heretofore the men have been
wiuiout religious opportunities of any
kind from November to April. Hut
thU winter they are to be visited by
the evangbllsts. each one of whom Is
to havo charge of tlftcen logging
oamtw holding nlehtly sen-icao nni
doing us mush pastoral work as pos
Muslin underwear sain win
1)0 continued today and tomor
row at tlio Uullirlo Uash Storo
12 l-2c 19c 29c 55c 70c aud
simply because we have finished talcing inventory ol stock and find we have made money. We expected that of
course. Bur not enough to retiie. Guthrie is good enough for us and we will remain in business a few years
longer giving our patrons the advantage ot our peculiar way of buying which has established for us a prece-
dence and made us famous throughout Hie territory as the only bargain givers
Child's solid school shoes 9 to 12. 0!)
Children's and Misses' lace and
button spring heel fl to 18 73
Choice of Ladles' 1.50 shoes 1.111
Choice Ladies 2.50 shoes l.(0
Choice of L idles' 8. 50 to 4 shoes 2 18
Choice of men's 1.50 lace or con-
gress shoes 1.10
Choice of Men's 2 and 2.50 shoes 1.49
Men's plow shoes 1)8
800 pairs Ladies' cioquet rubbers
(not perfect) 12
800 pairs Ladies' storm rubbers
coin and needle toe 22
Children's and Misses' heel and
spring heel rubbers 1-t
200 pairs Men's Arctics bright
finish fieece lined 7!1
800 pairs Men's Alaskas coin
and needle toe !!
Mon's and Hoys' Ovorcoats at l-:i Value
Clothing Clearing Trices.
Choice of all suits formerly sold
at 12 and 15 clearing price . . 7.48
Choice of all Men's suits sold at
9 to 12. clearing price 5. 38
Choice of all suits sold 0 to 9
clearing price ) G8
Choice of any Child's suit in the
house formerly sold at 1.50 to
2.50 clearing price 1)8
A CABLE TO ICELAND.
tt Will Huneflt Knclanrt-a Trading una
In IU Inst session July to August
1897 tho Icelandic pnrlinmont decided
to accept the offer of tho Great North-
rn Telegraph Company In Copenha-
jen says the London Times. This
company undertakes to lay a subma-
rine cablo to Iceland from tho north of
Scotland via tho Farce Isles provided
tho althing or Icelandic parliament
grants an annual subsidy of 35000
kroner for twenty years to tho said
company. Tho althing has now grant-
ed this and It Is estimated that tho ca-
blo can bo laid early next summer In
six weolc9 from Scotland to Iceland.
Tho Danish government has promised
ample financial help and active co-operation
In tho scheme. Tho north At-
lantic cable which was so widely dis-
cussed forty years ago seems thus to
bo on tho very verge of Its realization.
Lord Palmerston in 1860 sent Captain
(now Admiral Sir F. L.) McCllntoclc
In her majesty's ship Bulldog to sur-
vey and sound the depth of tha seas
Intervening between Scotland tho Fa-
roes Iceland Greenland and Hamilton
Inlet. In Labrador with a vlow to lay-
ing this cablo. After flvo monthB ab-
sence Captain McClintock came back
and reported In favor of tho achome.
At tho snmo time the steamer Fox was
sent by Mr. Croskey of London to ex-
amine the landing places for tho ca-
blo. Ouo may Judge tho InUrest taken
in tho oxpodltlon by the fact that tlio
queen and tho prlnco consort came on
board tho Fox at Southampton beforo
sho left. Some of tho results of theso
two axpedltlons nay now bo said to
hnve actual lnterost. Tho distance from
the nearest point of Scotland to Thor
shavn. In tho Faroes is about 25Q
miles the greatest depth 251 fathoms
whilo tho bottom Is composed of debris
of sholls aud mud. From Thorshavn
tho cablo goos either first to Haldervlg
or Wostraanshavn. Tho dlstanco from
tho Faroes to Iceland Is according to
tho landing placo selected In the last-
namod country to Ingolfgholdi 580
railoa to Portland 350 miles to Bern-
fjord 240 miles. Tho last named Is the
host landing place. Tho depth in this
part averages a llttlo moro than 30Q
fathoms. The bottom is composed ot
sand debris and sholls and mud Pura-
loo was found in two places only. Tha
temperature is 40 degrees Fahrenheit
at a dopth of 100 fathoms.
TO CUKE A UOM) IW ONE UAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TableU.
All druggists refund tho money if i
fulls to cure. 25o. Tho Reuutao Uu
L. 11. Q. on each tablet.
n i ii ji . p
i'rvf. CJsticii- icArtr
Teacher of violin mnndplln g'ultar
and all band orchestral Instruments.
uil at No. 1C0 Oklahoma avenue.
Terms reasonable. If djircd will
teach at your home.
EilacRts Yonr llowrjl With Cusear-
NOT QUIT BUSINES
THE FIRST BREATH OF SPRING
will find us more than ready for it. We have been preparing for weeks. Our new
goods are arriving daily 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.
WE WILL CONTINUE FOR A FEW LAYS LONGER
100 Child's suits sizes 4 to 8 go at 83
Men's and Boys' caps formerly
sold from 50c to 1.75 clearing
Choice in the house of our finest
pants including Baltimore mer-
chant tailoring pants worth
7.50 in this sale 3 58
Men's union cassiraere pants 01
Mmi'h and Uojs' Hats all Slyioy
Shades nd Colors Just to Clean 'urn
up Uo iu this sale al Cloaritm Prices
Ladies' Underwent and Hosiery Etc
Heavy ribbed ilecced vests former
price 45c go for 23
Non-shrinkable vests and pants
former price 1 go for 35
Red iiannel or natural wool cam-
el's hair underwear 1.25 values
go at 45
Ladies' and Misses' union suits
worth 75c go at 43
Ladies' fast black hose former
prices 12 l-2c go at ()(
Ladies fast black hose former
price 20c go at 01)
Children's 10c black hose 0(5
Clearing Sale in Mir Dress Goods De-
partment. Fancy plaids suitable for school
dresses cut from 15c to 07
Double width wool cheviots re-
duced for this sale to 21)
42-inch all-wool tweeds reduced
for tills sale Irom 1 to 41)
Don't Fail lo
CYCLONE" BIG S
CLEVER BROKER I.N SKI UTS.
How Sim Outnlttt'il Main JtttI In u
HlK Kritl Kstntu Deal.
Few business women iu Now VoMt
are ab'e to show such a string of suc-
cesses s havo been won by Mrs. Ag-
nes K. Mullican a real estate broker.
She is a thorough New Yorker Iter
great grandfather having been mayor
of Now York in 1803. Her fnther was
a successful real estate broker nnd on
Leliif taken seriously ill some years
ago his daughter turned her attention
ti) his business. Tho old gontleman
died and evor slnco than Mrs. Mullican
looked after tho affairs of his ofllco
tho buslnoss having been much extend-
ed In the meantime. Mrs. Mullican Is
tho only woman member of tho New
York Itonl Batnto Kxchange. Tha
story of her unconscious bid for this
honor is amusingly characteristic. A
certain wealthy syndicate announced
I.' Intention uf disposing of some val-
uable property and all the real estate
world was on the qui vle. Several
prominent brokers stood expectant
cadi with a wealthy customer but
nothing could bo dono until one of the
partners returned from a trip to Eu-
rope and signed certain papers Among
'he waiting brokers was Mrs. Mullican
nan scarcely more than a girl. '8t
vhlle the men Interested as her com-
petitors waited patiently at the laudtua
for the arrival of the steamship she
rnrrtered a tug and put out to sea.
hailing the ship while she was still
two hours out Mrs. Mullican then
laid her case before the man whose
ltjature was of such lmpot tance ob-
tained It and sailed into port by his
s!(!e to triumphantly greet the disap-
pointed brokers. The deal was one of
the largest ever made In the annals of
real estate history and the next day s
special meeting was called by the offi-
cers of the New York Real Estate Bx-
thmige As its result Mrs. Mullican
was elected IU first and only wouyft
Phe v'as appointed notr.ry (vulilto '
nr.ld U. Hill. She Is sfco Zf
aud Insurance ageut. liar- m-
all its branches dwanJ. x . "" '"
untlon of aight eltcka ..
greater matte r JJ "
personal eonaldarat '"j J'
first woman to ewir ?
veralty u J& 'Turned at
?.! ' .' induct Z
t. aud it waa while at
met her lawyer husband
ran refers to this meeting
marriage as tho best contract
Sco tlio muslin untlenvonr at
the Guthrie Cash Storo beforo
yOU btlV nlsnwlim-n If Sc M.a
best assortment mailo It is tho
I forbtd each aud every one of tho
BMoonVecpord of tho city of Gmbr'.e
Riving my eon Intoxicating drink. He
la my only support.
i Mrs Iha Wjscu-
8eo Smith tilel VI distributor.
Attend This Sale.
109 & 111 DIVISION STREETT
I HAVE YOU BEEN TO
WALLACE &. MULLEIN 5 I
WALL PAPER SALI ? I
They are closing out S000 3C3LJLs3 - """V
at prices never before heard of in the fe"rrIfor7rlil I
yon have not you had better be quick about it.
FRONT AND BACK VUW
Weathercoeks In Jd-r lliicladit.
The earliest weather vanaa la No w
England were cocka trumpeters ul lU.
plo plates disks and arrows and. ot
to be overlooked tho nacred ood' jin
In Boston cooks or broad arrown ivere
on all the old churches. On the ' jVqv-
Ipeo House where aenorp. Ga j n
his headquarters thei- wa 9 gtBtu
of an Indian with. 'arftW IkjW nd ar-
row ready to P'aoot nMa ot
ott at tw Am8tordam as V . was in
ohtrah? '0d Dutch days w tb
mMittT' aml mnny ot th& kC USOfl Bur"
rru ed by tho gilded cool: cv the plain
'lo Cure Uonstlpatlon Vi Mnvet
Talte Ossaarets Oaadr Oatbsrtlt 10e or 35a.
It C. O. a tall to cure druezlsts r ifuuU mnnav.
"Hindoo Head Hunters'
17 and 18
Vtttl A-rrlcti HraMIHatiton
Tho United States civil at rvico com-
mUsInn has ord ared that 'the regular
spring examination shall be held be
tween olarca la nnu April sa jbub. ior
the gradea of cloirit-earrier u Outbrle
Oklahoma postotfSce-. All n 'plloitions
for this examination must be filed
with tho unilersljfi'ed beforo the close
of business March 1 180S y;s uct aates
for thU exaininaUruj cannot bo given
at this time but duo notle e will be
given throueh the dally papers. AH
necessary Information blank opplica
tlons etc. can le obtained at any
time by applying to
O- R. MoMTaowKHV
Acting Secretary Local Hoard Uut'urle
Qutbrle U. T.. Jan 10. 1898.
! II I I !! II l--------l--------Sl
"Hindoo Head. Huntero" Febrntjy
17 and 18.
See the elegant lino of tooth brushes
and drug sunrVrles at Llllie a -Jrug
Sco 9"Uh. thu bill dletrllmtor.
Wo aro giving Slate Pencils Away tr
Iho School Children
Black cashmeres formerly sold for
25c reduced to j i)
Black diagonals.cut from 40c a yd
Fine French zephyr ginghams
worth 10 to 12 l2c reduced for-
tius sale to .. 0(iJ
Amoskeag apron checks . . . . () 1 4
L L muslins go in this sil ... on)
Shirtings Danville plaids. k... OH
Champion shirtings 0(i
Sidney plaids ot
Amoskeag A. C. A. ticking ... 13
Oakland 1st quality ticking .... 07
Oaklandtickiug ... 0(
Table linens etc. Turkey red and
white damask fast colors a
special drive at 15)
Cream table damask our 50c qual-
ity reduced to 21)
Cream table damask our 75c qual-
ity reduced to 311
All linen Scotch crash colored
border sold for 12 l-2c now. . . . '07
Extra heavy German satin bleach-
ed toweling former price 20c
reduced to 1 1
A few pieces of Raspetan percales
left to close them out go at.. .. f05
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 88c to 1)8
We are headquarters f r I
Fit Guarai eed.
Call and See Us.
McKennon Opera House
S. A. MANN M anasw.
In MlBhty Union With
ItUSCO & 1I0LLANJ)'S
'fliB lrt s llauzs
' tl li
40-ST.LH A1LTISTS i 0
Watoh for tlto narntio by two bands
at ll'SO a. m. Free Uoncerf at
7' 1 6 n. in. in front of tha Thou
tro 0y our two banao
PJUCES 50 and 75 crutg.
Heats on sale at Wallace Ji Mailer's
Make these long evenings pleasant
for the family at homo by supplying
them with good reading matter Ueo
this list: Ladies' Home Journal 10c
Munsey'a Magazine 10a Demorest
Magazino 10c McUlure'a Magazine 10c
Illustrated America 10c Qodey's 10c
Carter's Monthly 10c Puck 10c Judgo
10c. Lifo 10c Truth 5c. lllaclc Cat Sc
Nlcklo Magazine Sc The Owl So Wo
have an sale at all time the leading
Hutlv nunAre. nn!nriff..tn i-i1 -nv.
zlnesandtako subscriptions ior them
to bo delivered by mall or at our
store or news stand at pestofflco. V
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.