The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 65, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 15, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
IUllrOHil Timo Tabic
Atclilnun Toieh Bantu re
NORTU. KAST AND WK3T
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I Arrive i ArrHc
I Kan City IciilcaRQ.
1" e uup. m iv 43a m.
fl 60 a m 110 oop.tn.
S 47p. m
I 10 p m
BOUTn SOUIHEAST XHV BOtTIllYflST.
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105 U OS p. m
ml I'M p tn
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11 p in
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A. J. Oorklni Agent.
Uhoctaw Ufclnhoinn it Unit It. it. Co.
Leave 'A Reno 0:40 am
Leave Oklahoma City - 7: am
Leave Shawuce B H am
Leave South McAllister ..lt:K) pm
Arrive Wlsler ... 3:00 pm
Arrive Fort Smith ......... 4:35 pm
Arrive St Louis .. - .. 7:25 Am
Leave St Louis 8:20 pm
Leave Fl Smith .. 11:17 am
Leave Wlster -1:30 pm
Leave South McAllstcr 4:10 pm
Leave Buaw-nee . . . . .. 7.33 pm
Leave Oklahoma City 0:05 pm
Arrive Kl Reno .. 10:05 pm
lie' worn OklnlioniK City nud Kl Itciuo.
Leave Oklahoma City lor west.... 0-06 am
Arrive tl Kcno . ..10:15 pm
Leave Kl Keno (or east -0.40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City . .7 40 am
Leave Oklahoma City for wett 3:50 pm
Arrive El Ilcno 4:54 pm
Leave hi Keno cast 11:15 am
Arrive Oklahoma City - 12:20 pm
Trains to and from Guthrie make connec-
tion at 'Jklahoma City
Make close connections at El Iteno lor
points on the Rock Island north and south.
ror rates ami Information apply to
J F. UOLDKN Traffic Manaiser
O M M ELLSWORTH
Agent Oklahoma Cltv.
Traveling Freight ami Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City O T
-pU0MA3 B. WHITE
Washington D. C
itoomt ici-5-6 Atlantic UulldlBc
Mining Land and Patent Law a Specialty
AVID L. QITT
WaehlnKton D. C.
Ho. 0JI P Street N. W.
Principal Rsamlner Pension
The pension poller of the future will in all
pTSClWlUy be more liberal. Rejected cases
lollclted Correspondence Invited.
ATSON K. COLEMAN
Land and Patent Attornoy
WaahlnRtoni D. C.
TTashlngton Loan and Trust Ul'dg.
UEFERENCHS-Hon M. V. Allen U. S. Sen-
ate Hon. Lafe Pence. Klnderhook N. Y.
Hon John O. Dell U. ai Hon. J. D. Hicks
TjKANK 11. CROBTHWAITK
Washington D. C
1S20 F Street N. W.
Land Pactlce a Specialty.
R TIlOH CARR A VARY
Residence 310 Cleveland Ave.
omce over Rank of Indian Territory.
NAOMI Rcbekah Lodge No. 2 I. O. O. F..
meets every Thursday evening at 7-.M
in Odd Fellows ball In the Weinberger build-
ing Visitors v'lnnne.
MATTIB DOUGHTY N 0.
KATIE McWKTHY Sec'v.
GUTHRIE Camp No. 8 Woodmen ot the
World meets every Monday night tn the
K of P hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
come J. U. TOWERS Olcrk.
EI). PENTECOST Con. Com
GUTHRIE LODGE NO. 2
A F. & A. M. Regular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
In each month at 8 o'clock.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
H 1'. ARDERY Sec.
A. J CORKINS W. M
rSSHRIE LodRC No. 1. A. O. U. W.. meets
"TLS u.?"Kclav evening f narli wfV nl 1yl
ll? Victor btefi-ftJrntf-HHUand Harrison
Visiting Workmen always weltttare-. ...
J V DR1CUNER M. W.
L. N HUMSHUR Recorder
GUTHRIE Lodge No. K. ot P. meets
every Wclnsday at 7:30 In their hall
iti the Victor block corner First auAHarrl-
ion. Visiting kn'cuts are always welcome
JAMES M. WHEELER A O.
J TOUOART M. of F. and K. of R. S
SOItM Meets every Tuesday night In K.
K of P. hall. Visiting chiefs always wel-
come M. II. CHERRY Chief of Records.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F. meets
Monday night of each woeK at7:S3 Via-
ltne Odd Fellows always welcome.
P. W. ItfTTRItllUSCII N. Q
O W BRUCE Sec y lock box 178.
OKLAHOMA encampment No. 1 1. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening tn Odd
Fellows ball at 7:30. All visltlnj; patriarchs
welcome A. KRKDS. a P.
H L STROUail. Scribe
I lARTRANKT Clrtle No
i. Ladles of the
n u A R. Meotk first and third week of
Bird week or
every muitli in Masonic Halt
c ruiaiiy invneu
ELIZAIIETH STROUOH. Pres.
LOT ISA UILUERT Sec.
UTUAL BENEFIT TO LADIES. We
furnish emnljvmont.nrocurehelD: Imv.
uell or exchange fancy articles novelty
tools periodicals etc.
KN'8 INfloRMATION HURKAU
Hoora MLvan Hlck.
Cor. narrlBonauil Plvlilon
Complied and I'ublUhod by
G. W. McMILLEN.
ContainlnK an alphabetical list of every
city town village and samlet In Oklahoma.
Not one rowever smut or remote wui ne
uu'ier eacn also aipnabeticaiiy
.rj ...hi a. . r. -i
"?.?eul-"' iiE2r V.? JS-"1; "' W
appear again claslfld according to occupa-
turn Tlie puiilicatlon will also contain of -
flclal directories statistical tablet and other
features mat win mite it an mvaioawe
book of reference to every merchant manu
f acturer rrutfetticcal man and tnlppor tn
Tailoring Cleaning and Repairing
HOT SHOT FOR ST. JOHN
l ho Kiuns. Kftlnvernnr llnuntlly IIP-
nnunrpil In 111 llnmn Itmti.
Il tiik Knn. Voh II. Nbt b!iiv
In- original pncknpo excitement m
'us city iibout ten yoars npo lins llii-ie
'm-oii lis lively a public meeting lioltl n
:i held. In Uio llapttst church yester-
Inv afternoon. Tlie storm center wni
(lovernor SL John.
A. few u colts ago throa of tlicilnifr-
Tists hero filed petitions with the pro-
imtu jmlgo asking for permits to sell
iquor. The petitions will come up
'or .lienrltifr this month The law
requires tho signatures of twenty-
Ivo men anil twonty-flvo women
f the ward In whloh the
iriijr storo Is to locate on each
ixMitlon. One of the druggists got
ix-Ooveriior St John who llvos In
mother ward to sign his petition.
lh!s stirred up the Women's Christian
lVniporaiica Union as nevor bofore
anil a mt-etlng wns cnllcd for S o'clock
this afternoon to protost nghlnst tho
grunting of a permit to sell whisky
us prayed for by e.x-(lovernor St. John
Tlio church wns soon filled with
mon nnd wotnon mid tho V. C. T. U.
was out In force; as also was Mr. St.
tohn to explain his notion. Captain
Clark wns tnndo chnll-mau nnd 11 15.
Tracy soerotnry. Senator 1'nrUor was
II rt to aponk. He opposed the pell-
t on and culled on Mr. St John to ex-
plain why ho so promlnoutand able a
-srter nnd tempornnco advocntn had
after so many yonrs of prohibition in
the city signed tho first petition nslt-
ing for a permit that had ever been
presented to tho probnto court and
'iving too in a ward whore his sig-
nature had no logal effect.
Mr. St John's explanation wus that
he wanted liquor sold legally by tho
Irugglsts. Ho said thatlf permits were
refused they might sell in violation of
law. The crowd listened In patience
for a few minutes but soon questions
began to come from all parts of tho
tudiouce at once and tho ox-gor-?rnor
was uudor such a flro from
Ills own people as never before. "Have
you not In nil your public speeches
declared Olathe to be the frcost from
intoxicating drinks of any city In the
onntry?" was asked of him. "Why
lo you now advocate tho granting of
permits' You have been with us in
years gone by; why are you against
Tho questions oamo so thick and
fast from Senator l'arker J ml go
Illiulmtui I'ev. Mr. Cioddard nnd wo-
men of the temperuueu union that no
inswers could bo glvon una tho ox-
ifovornor had to retreat under flro.
Durlng.threo hours of the o.Noltlnff
nnd stormy proceedings Major I. O.
I'iokerlng was tho only one in the
imlionce to come to the defenso ol St
John. Major Pickering is tho father-in-law
of tho druggist who first filed
Thoro aro thrco llttlo things which
do tnoro than any other three llttlo
things created they are tho ant tho
leo and De Witt's Llttlo Early ItUcrs
tbo last being the fatnoUB llttlo pills
for stom&ch and liver troubles. J.
Wheeler A Son.
A MjLLlON MEN TO STRIKE.
An llRlit-IIour Dny to l!u Demitiiileil by
tho Feilorutloii of I.ibor Mtty I
Nkw York Feb. U. Samuel Oom-
pors president of the American Fed-
eration of Labor has been In this city
for two days to got the unions of this
i!ty to enter into a great movement
for tho olght-hour work day. Aeeoitl-
mg to the prosont pUus of labor load-
ers a demand for tho oight-hour dj
will be mndo Mny 1 thnt will involve
fully a million men.
The American Fodoratlon of Labor
will muke this domnnd in one trade nt
a time and according to the lenders
great strike are expected before the
battle likely to follow shall be de-
cided. Previous attempts to foroe the
large employers to grant tho eight-
hour work day have boon unsuccess
ful. The success of the recont .strike
of miners In whloh more than 200000
took part hab oncouragod tho Amer-
ican Federation of Labor to prepare
for undertaking a tremendous light
l.x-luili; Houe'c Iltunl
IIutciunrov Knn. Feb. 14.
ludgo" Lysandor llouok of this
city ngod 03 yoars dloil In Chi-
cago this inornluir of paralysis
lie was born In Decatur Ala.
and was district court jmlgo here
for ten yoars. Tho fuuornl will take
place here Tuusdny afternoon. Judgo
llouok was a Mason
A Wonmu'j Klumllkc (!iniiiy.
Sioux Citv Iowa Feb n. A wo-
man's Alaska milling oompnny lo or-
jfiiiii.ing' hera It will start for the
North early in Murolt with a maiuber
ship of forty or fifty. Married wo-
men aro preferred for members but
tpiustere with good reforonoett are
Another I.iirco Hrneltor.
FonT Scott Kun. FeU H. It wns
anuouneed bore thnt the Lnuyoiis
owners of bi smelters at l'lttslmrtf
nnd Iola have let the contract for tho
construction of a large smelter at La
Unrpe the center of the natural gas
field u est of here.
loivun Moving to Kmrt.
Yatiw Ckntkk K. Feb 11. A
party of forty lowang arrived yestor-
lay by i&pooiul train nnd will locate in
this county. Tliey brought bfoodod
itoek and a complete outfit of funning
No lr for hpjulah Dlplomuti.
Lo.viwn. Feb It According to elub
gossip the Spanish legations In Lon-
don and elsewhere are utrering from
long delay of their re ml tin noes and
the diplomats have been forced to de-
fray the expenses ot their establish
I Itrorll Ortlnr. Ainerleaii Icoraotlv.t
RioJaKIHO Feb. H Recent orders
' from llrazll to the United States for
twenty locomotives are regarded by
the press of Rio Janeiro us u sign of
a renewal of tho commercial relations
between the two gnvanMnents.
Wo aro anxious to do a little Rood in
this world and can think of no plena-
auter or better way to do it than by
recommending Ono Minute Coueh
Cure as a preventive ot pneumonia
consumption and other serious lung
troubles that follow neglected colds.
J Wheeler & Son.
STRIKERS RESPECT SOLDIERS.
Turbulent rorrlmirrs Hrlilnm iUbnw lt.
sUlriirn i n Military l'nri.
It Is n srpst pity that nntlonnl rliar-
nitcilstlrs nnd iudiicnt'es cannot be
lukPii Into constdsratloit In dealing
with labor disorders In this country.
Our system Is one designed to agree
with the nature and purpose of a re-
publican government but there have
been many Indications that it is de-
feated 111 Us workings by the utter
lack of ability on the part of foreign
laborers to understand the spirit ot
republicanism. Our system calls for
the exercise first of civil authority In
any riotous outbieak. When ths
county which possesses only civic
force has exhausted all Its powers and
has failed to quell the disorder. It colls
upon the state which Is armed with
military authority and which forth-
with proceeds to exercise It. This sys-
tem would work admirably In a com-
munity of persons educated from
childhood to a comprehension of "gov-
ernment of the people for the pooplo
by the people." Such persons are tol-
erably ready to bow to the will of au-
thority which they themBolvos havo
created. They understand that their
own welfare and the general safety
depend upon such submission. Hut
with a community composed lnrgoly ot
iiuassltnllAted foreigners tho civic au-
thority has little influence. They are
accustomed to seeing the crowned
heads of their nations arrayed in mili-
tary garb. They are used to hearing
military tttlea pieflxed to tho names
of their ministers. Thoy are familiar
with the parade of military foreo in
nil times of disorder and to thorn tho
military uniform is tho symbol of
Djn't annoy others by your cough-
ing and lisle your life by neglecting a
cold. One Mlnutn Cough Curo rurcB
csugl s colde croup grippe and all
'hroa-. and lung troubles. J. Wheeler
A Sqtl rinl ISillllI IIPH.
Two boys near Cumberland. Mil. re
cently hart what boy3 cverywhTO
would call a "bonansa." Somewhere
In the mountains above - Cumberland
the squirrels for some reason probably
lack of food became discontented with
their home nnd they held a great coun
cil of war and they decided to migrate
to the southward tn a body. So thoy
all set out one bright morning and
traveltd until they reached the Poto-
mac river. Heio they all leaped in
and swam across. Sonic boys an tho
farther shoie saw them coming In a
vast dark body that nearly choked up
tho river. At first they were fright-
ened but when they knew that they
were squirrels they lay In wait and
caught more than one bandied of them.
People who saw the migration estimat-
ed that there must have been moio
than 3000 squirrels In the company.
Such migrations aro not nt all un-
common although It does not often
fall lo the lot of boys 10 be on hand
to see them flats lemmings and
other small animals migrate In tho
"What has caused Ganderson to
change so lately? Ho uaod to bo one
of the steadiest mon I ovor knew.
Now he never goes homo boforo mld-
nlBht." "Yes. poor fellow! Ills wife has
mado a lot of root boor and he's afraid
to remain In the houge." Cleveland
I'lnys n LoilnR flame.
Smith "Ilrown has hoart trouble
hasn't he?" Jonas "Yea; also spade
club and diamond trouble."
Miss Dri.ia Dav writing from Wat-
erloo Iowa says: "My hair has been
falling out for tbo past two yearn and
could get nothing lo stop it until I
tried liopgs Hair Uouowor. Ono bottle
stoppod It completely. Wallaco &
Mullcr and Vandcrponi's Drugstore.
Imlliiii Are Wm It mi Inc.
Washixotov Fob. The bosses
rl tho Choroheo Choctaw CJilcltasuw
and Creole tribes In Iudlnn territory
are beginning to show signs of woak
ties in their resistance to the Dawes
commission and an inclination to rat-
ify tho i-oallos for the allotment of
their land In sovoralty which until
now thoy lmvo refusod to do This is
owing to tholr fear that Congress will
pass the bill prepared by Representa
tive ( urtls of Kansas and indorsed uy
Uio two commlttoos on Indian ntTalra.
That mensuro lf a groat doal more
radical than the provisions of the
treaty. It deprives the Indians of
all trlbul privileges.
I. Q. Bsskx tho loading attornoy ot
Golden City Mo writes: "Have bean
troubled for years wlth Hllnd Itolilng
and Weeding l'llos and one box of
liepgs German Salvo cured mo on-
liroly " Wallace &. Muller and Vac-
derpool's Drug Store.
M. lUiolmfiirt bout to .1 til.
I'AUie. Feb. .In the libel suit of
M. Joseph ltetuscli airainst M. Henri
Itoehefort yesterday the latter was
sentenced to live day' imprisonment
and to pay a line of 3.000 francs.
Itoehefort recently charged lteluaeh
with Intending to prove the innocenee
of Alfred Dreyfus by means ot forged
Can't KxpresB Her Thanhs Scrofula
Sores Torriblo Itching Untlrely Cured
Mas Emily Foiid Eldora Hardin Co
Iowa writes: "I cau't express ray
thanks for tho box of lieggs German
Salvo as it has entiroly cured the tor-
riblo Itching and burning that was in
my ankles caused by scrofula 6ors."
Wallaco &r. Muller and VandcrpooVs
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To rroireolc Kidnaper
St Louis Mo. Feb . -l-teetio
Nick llciiget nnd the toil of tin- 1'itis-
linK' parties ctiuceriieri In tin- itlnlnr-
Iioii of ( lirls Von lcr ln ilu- Nt.
Louis Imselmll magnate will l.- igor-o-isly
pt tiHMltwl for kidnaping nnd
rsrfytiif hint out of the -.tale without
the cog ilwineo of the state authorities.
The mutter of prosecuting the Pitts-
burg kidtinpers assumed definite shnpo
today when Mr Yonder Abe's St.
Louis attorney sent a communication
to circuit attorney f ( Kggers in
which ho snys with reference to the
taking away Of Von dor Abe. that In
his opinion the criminal statutes of
the.slnte bad been violated and he
requested that tbo grand Jury Ims in-
structed lo innke Immediate lnvostiH.-
tlor. with a view of punishment of tho
Dues Too Munr Thlligt.
Jiri'UKso.v City Mo Fb. .Ap-
plication of the "Ocean Accident and
Uuarnntee Corporation Limited" ot
Loudon Kiiglnnd to do business lit
Missouri was to -day refnsed by Su-
perintendent of Insurance Orear on
tho ground thnt thoro it so much of
"omnibus" charnetor permitted by its
by-laws that Its insurance business
proper would be eoianlixeil and sub-
jected to tho hazard ot losses outside
of its own fluid.
M. H. tr. ItellRlai.t Oeimi.
Cai.intiitA Ma Fob . Or 1U H.
Jesse prosidout of the Missouri slate
university bus issued n statement ot
the religious oonsus taken recently
by the Young Man's Christian associa-
tion of the students- attending the
unlvorslty. Thc.ro lire more Presby-
terian studonts than of any other de-
nomination. There Is only one Uni-
tarian. Sirs. Kpiinik Is to Stay.
Washington Feb. ..The Senate
committee on poslolllcus and postroids
Is not likely to report the uominatiriii
of O. W. Potty to bo postmaster ut
Charleston V. Vu. Senators do not
want to displnco Mrs. Keunn tho
widow of the late Senator Keunn who
Is the present Incumbent of tho oillec.
Two Outlnws Kllloil Ollloirs I'utnlly shot.
Itos'llAM Toxns Feb. . In nit nt-
tempt to arrest William Oreo no ami
Hob lluntor outlaws both men were
hilled and Olllccrs Tom Mils tend nud
Chnrles Itrldgos wore so badly injured
that they will llkoly dlo.
Mli.vtAl'KKK Wis Feb. . The
directors of tho Milwaukee Carnival
imealtiUon Inst night closed a con-
tract with a St Louis firm to build the
floats for tho soml-contaniilnl celebra-
tion' booked for the week of June J
to July X Tho city will devoto SJ00-
Ouu to the week's ontortuinmeut.
MELD FOR ARSON.
A Tort fccntt Counlu ClinrRoit AMtli
Iturulriz Tlu.lr Own llmniv
FoitT Scott Kan. Fob. . Eugene
H. Mikesell a Jewolor of this city
who with his wlfo Is charged with
huving burned their homo to defraud
insurnnue compnulos wns surren-
ilcred by his bondsmon this morning
nnd is in jail Joseph Moljuitly a
brother-ln-lnw wns nlso urrestcd
charged with arson and to-day hu
confessed that Mlaosell tried to lnru
1)1 tn to burn his' house. The Mikc-
sells were recently trleil and the jnrv
hung. Then they sued for the insui-
anre on tho homo and obtained a
judgment The company to-duy
moved for a new trial Sirs MikcscU
I) us dUuppenred.
M'NALL'S NEW REFORM
Atn llmr Mtiali Moner I llt't to In-
ToraitA ICan Fob. . -. Webb Ne-
Mall state superintendent of iuiur-
nuee will require insurance companies
to include In their reports for li'H
answers to the quosltou "What
amount has been appropriated during
the putt yenr to inlluuneu legislation
In this slate?"
"Th ore is no doubt at all that the
companies can be required to answer
this question" said Mr. McXall. "It
lies within the discretionary powers of
the commleslonei ot insurance to re-
quire nay statement ns to Uio uses of
the rccelpU ot tho Insurance oom-
puules." R E B U KEFOR M'KIN L E Y.
(lornnr Iniuior at Illlnolt In I'nia-
Imnnllnii Air lilt tilliAll Mmn.
Sti(iKoriici.ii III .Feb. ".Governor
Tanner In a proclamation requesting
contributions to the relict fund nu-
tliorluNl by l'resldent MeKltilcy says:
''What Is demanded At our hands.
In my judgment. Is prevention which
oan be eeeured only by using ait the
influence end wwer ot the govern-
ment to put un end to tho elvll war lu
Cuba for which tlie timo seems now
fully ripe by recognising the Cuban
iv public and insisting that the free-
dom and Independence of the Cuban
people shall be respected throughout
the world "
Iliiiniit'a SUter to Wtxl
Cikvkianii Ohio Feb. . The
HiarriaKe of ilia Lillian Converw
Hunoa. sistor of Kenator Hanna to
Mr. K. 1. llaldwlu will oeour on 'J'ues-
day uext at Tiiomaeville Oa at Hie
wiuterbotno of Miss Hanua's sister
Mrs. Joneh. Miss Hanna is about li
year old and Mr. Ualdwin SO.
'-WIIIUiii .lannlnc liryan rounty ICy."
FKAXKroBr Ky. Feb. -.Ono of
the new bills Introduced In the House
to-duy wm by Mr. Mount I'opulWt
proposluir to ehaiifre tlie name of (ur
lWla county to "William Jen tunc;
THE KKPU1SLI0 St.Quis Mo.
Unllko Any Oilier.
Convertible Option Policies
With I.lmttvl I'nyinciilfl.
A form of insurance improved In tho
light of modern experience having all
tho merits of tho older plans of life
Insurance while Invested with th
virtues of cxnet equity In tho event of
Simple In Terms. Liberal
most valuable feature
the provision for
Should death occur during the
In the Event of Death During
A $1000 Policy Guarantees
$2000 with Cumulative Ad-
ditionsof $10 each year.
Policies are Non-iorfeitable Af-
ter Three Years.
The Connecticut indemnity
for Oklahoma and
T. J. LOWE Munug'ir.
IlEMEMItHIt this ndvcrtlieincnt Is of
Interest to you who havo friends resting
In the tomb. It K a htni- etiitillsliment
shippliiK direct from the quarries mnrhlu
iindcinnlto and manufacturing In this
city. Foreign agents (.haw you a latgo
linn plrturo and ask you to sign a binding
order for a poor design and grado atdou-
bio pi ice. coveting their wuire nnd x-
poii8c. Think of It' we will dupllcato
nny of tlolr work from 40 to W) )r rent
lcit. All tho work done in tho Outhrlo
cumetory some uolKhing upward of two
tons wns done by m. Notice tho iinnio
cut on me nases.
Sin's iii it mi
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statistics on the population cities capitals river mountain prodm u l.us.ness. eti
a veritable photograph of what you want to know.
IT SHOULD HE IK KYEIIV 3I0MK. Kqully valuable to adults .nul school clul
dren. Information derived .luring leisure hours will have more labtmg eiit-.-t than for .ea
study at school. Dxiring tin- past yi ar we have had mterebting tiew- irum Aiai-kdituc
map allows all latest feature). Armenia. India. Japan Cluua Creoce 1 a key. etc.
Sooner or later every part ol the map will trach you something It his just been
ItKT.SED to show all new railroads etc . up to date Kadi hide is sold by t he publishers
at $5 when mounted on cloth but we have aecured a special edition pi mte.1 .on extra
heavy map paper with stick. ready to ban;; aud are tliu enabled to nuk. tUe toliowing
For S1.50 we will supply It and one year's subscription to The Oklahoma ader or
for ?i.70 cash we will give the map anu mree mumu suiiihiu w - - --j .
Leader; or we will send it by prepaid express to any address in the territory on receipt
of $1.00. Secure one at once. You should have it in your office aud home. j
First pnbllihrid In the Dully Lander Feb
Notice tor i'tibllniflnn.
Land ufllr tt Hntnrts n l1 I . 'r.inn
Notice Is licin'iy Klti'n that ilin lnPnw
Ing mimed settlor hs libit in.ihvof nu
Intention to make this I proof In lupyurt
of hi elatm and that raid proof will be
mndn before the rKlstr ami receiver at
Guthrie Okla on March II I99S vlt:
Frederick SchwaUe for thn w qr sec
J7. twp 15 r S w.
lie name the to'iowlag wltnptR to
provo his eontlnuouit residence upon and
cultivation of said land vlt:
John Horns William Tl llakor .Inlm
Adams nnd James Franklin till of uutli
rte O T.
m A. N. J. Ohook. Ultr
Ktrit pnbllshed in the Datly Leader F I.
Notlco for Publication.
Land office at Gnthrle O. T Febru-
Notlco Is hereby given tbat the follow
leg named settler has filed notice of hi
Intention to make final proof Id supuor
of his claim and that said proof will be
made before the register and receiver
United States land office a' Imthrle tl
T..on March 11.1898 vlt:
Jehu Ilurns fur the c M no qr see '-"
and w hf nw qr sec. It tpJr. r .' w.
II nanifs the followlDR witnesses tn
pro j his continuous resldenro upon and
cultivation ot said land vIj
Fiederlek Schwake William II. liar
Iter John Adams John M McDowell all
of (luihrie U. T.
4lJ A. N. J. UKnnw ueRiiier
First pit bll died in tho Dully L der Jan
Notlco I'or I'tibUciidoii.
Land ofllce nt Onthrle O. T Jauuarv
Notice Is lierebv given that the follow
ing-named sottler has tiled notice of h r
Intention to make final proof In niiport
of her claim and that mid proof will he
made before the register and receiver m
Uuthrle. O. T. on February 1 1WM. 1
Hote Feersoii. widow and heir nt law
of Lovl S. l'eemon for lot 9 and n
qr sw qr fee 10 tp la r 1 west.
He names the followlK wltnisei to
prove her conllnnnus residence upon ami
c ultlvatlou of said land viz.
Jacob Ford. David Smith James w
onx Mamftal Abels all ot Sprlintvale
1411 A. N. J. CltooK UepNter
THt UtUT VtOSK Of
THE OKLAHOMA P0BT1
"Songs trom the South-west Country"
Of rMlfKAN C. MltltS
Anther of "Ofclnttnim and nthvr Ioih." tnd 11
rrnfrMMU- of t tlfflliin In tlm OkUliont
A Mill M. t'ollrr
With rruntli'pim.'. Ml lc Ilmo clulh. II in.
Tnl rolanw ronUlM kbonl IM pom ilrl In f -ir
dlvUlona ' ncrH from tltr H.uOi w. t ('i.uniiv
' Sontwt' MlMWllanrutw INm.!!'1 and MHitlttt
' Huna trom th South rot Country " niiinlwr
twfiiljf llirm fio inn. wHiit.ttir the loial il..r nn t
Itaviir of thtt South we.l. anil H tally of ukltthi im
Mum ut the more lutnortaiit an tlo fnltowlnvr I ho
OlMnlwT"' Oklahoma ""Th Hllail of thi lin
-The llatl of Ihf Suhlu Tli I'lalnt r th I n
Tfoot ' llaviil I. I'atlii ' Tin KtAlnpwIi lln.-
onuauulnfaynratalilii . t.- Tin- frontl.i In I. a
jHirtrall tf ( aptaln I'aMH in I litNiahln
Th4i"Monnra' are lrnt) in niimlwr anil treat tlio
Iho " MliKwllaniioii- riHm" nnmtMir alK nt wvtnn
ami thay treat honio nml li art lhem anil tin in t
tolli'hlnn anil iwtlietl .ul.i.ti. Alnnnir til in nu
tlon At Kanler Tlili- Tin (Hit Kaniri. 1 1 In
the Niirht " Tho Star " I he iri imi r " Hi I tilt
).al Baliy.1" The little II llalr !
Th "lilaleet Voillin are In thai half Jth. tl In K
Inltiiiiroiw vein o iliuliiH"t.j tin lieait It Imihi i
liubhlei In one llni tear follow In the tteit lm nu
ihrm ara Tha faith Cure te Jin- llmit.Hi
Whan theKua. In kaia lnl'lentt ' ' Mornlliln - rtr
Tholiook la elegantly hoilnit In il 'll llli kilt toi
rouKh hIitm We and bark .laln ' " " worth
the iiiiee and a ropy nhould be In tlio home of tin ly
Sont Kilpl.l hy the author nn receipt of prli-e A
few iyiitaa of Oklahoma anil I 'tin r I'm m " in- v t til
be nroeuml at tl fileaili Ak"'' ami d.alem wnntvil.
Addraan 1 ltKICMAN II. M II Mill
The "Hindoo Head Hunter" is com-
ing Watch for him
Sen Smith tho bill distributor
you. also the Uiiitd States.
tlie famous map publishers for
r-ttmnymmwrn irr-. .. . i MSiBKiJiKSBi A y
IrV r te r V1 r7Vr P k'1
JP.. .V7 orj j VTr o t ft
r-l I 0UTH ! V'rr vf'X ?''
I UthL 1- JrT--Aun j i .-7Nf
m. I cotonAool j - .
VlHi pvhllihed in Uslly La&der Jan
Nofirft far' Pniillratlon.
fsninnifcat Outhrin O T Tan
Nil ! i hrhv Klvcn that the fdtow
ItiK naini I tiler hat filed notice of his In -lenttnti
tn tqake final proof in support of
hl claim and thai -"alu proof will bo made
before the register and receiver at Onth
rle O. T.. on 1 eliruary II 180S Vlt
Jftmns M. Mnran fur Inis I :'
and 4 of the (c ir sit r twp il ri
Ho names th foiluwln wltnesset to
i uruve his eontlnti'iiis resldenco uton an i
en lUatlonof said land viz
hniti no M liirti-tt harli 1 II
n tv.. nolltm i'hlilips lohn A
llli irrt all of tt.itut ttvllle M 1
" A N J Ciioox. Remittor
Firn pnbMiheii in the Dally Leader
Ian 1 i 1BDK.
NoUoo for Publication.
Lain! ofllce at li'itl rle. Ok Jit
Ndtice Is hereby given that the f I'ow
nami .1 settler has filed rintlcoof hi lntcn
tlnfi tu taako flnal irof In supimrt o' h i
clrt'm nnd that said prm)f will be male
liefure the repls't r s' il receiver toi'ci
-iivtii land ofllcn nt tiuthrle. Ok tn
1 t i ni try " lHO- vu
lliiv'ytj Muiih' fur ihe e ijt en I
t l Hi rl
He namns the following witnesses tn
ituve Kl contliiiioiis residence upon and
cultivation of said latnl vlt.
.It lm W. Ileei Aunts L. Unions V 'ry
J !! I and A! in r a 1. Lc-tir a f
inthrli- O T
111 A. N I raooK R Bitter
I f r-1 pub Mud in 'Ilm Dally f a'-rr
Jan M. I-W8
Notit-o lor l'liltllriiHoii
T.'iml ofllce at (.nttii In t). T Hi 1
lsi Notice i" In i eli iflven thai t e '
liiwinif namid si (tu r has tiled lo'ii" fit
uf ln liiientluM in in ikn final i r f n
-hi i ' r i. of hii i itiini . nd that -aii pr f
will li made In fori n Bister ami rcelvtr
ni i.inlirte l' mi I ib 21. I" v
Ulliinnili liii k-tn w for tin no 'ec
J i i ii in r I wi -t
Hi- aaim Un' riilluvvlni? wltt.ws li
inuvi Ids rotiilniinii n laViicp upi a atil
i ill i atlun f xnul I. mil vlt
D tn'el V'uite oMiiithrle I) T Wa'tcr
s ilnontr Mir'iiiin O T Add V
( I t I'llson ni ilntltrli O T.vain.cif
I' i. non of litiihrl " T.
4 il-- A N t i'iiikik Hcr ttr
Klrtl published lu the Dally Leader
Notioo Tor L'ublicntion.
Land oUlee at Uuthrle O. T 1 cb 1
r.ollee Is hereby given that the follow-
ItiK named sottler has filed notlco of his In-
tentmn to make final proof lu support of
his claim ami that said proof wl'l bo
tiv!e beforo the renltter aud receiver IL
s ictid ofllce at Uuthrle O. T on March
i 1 i1 vl
Miles Wriitht fm tho te qt se twp
li n r tie.
11 'names tie f.illiwlng wltncsbet to
imv his '-ontliiiio n resilience upon and
cnltlvatlot) of alil land vl
Ailert.lnrni 11. t unln 1' I 'aw Wil-
li un T litiiiderlnirl William II Ilrown
mill I'urkluiiil (i i'.
si-l AN J.CnooK Ronutnr
I lr-i piibllsluul lu the Dally Loader Jan-
Nolico for l'ulillciition.
i L mil ofllce ut tiuthrle Oklahoma Ja
i nv 37 18'H
Nntlcn Is hen liy given that tho foltow-
li ir named settler has tiled notice of his
Intention to make Una) proof In support
of hit claim and that said proo' will bo
made Itefom the ri (rlstcr and receiver of
UnltidNt.iti-.iB.il i. mceatfJiitlirle.Okla.
on Murrli i isn vi:
Anton (inl -it f .1 the sw ur of tho so fr
and lot 2 m-i 0 tp 10 r i west
Hu naruus the following witnesses to
prove hs continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vl
William M linker or Cresrint City O.
T.: lillhu II. Cox. of Crescent l lty. O. T.;
lohn Hayes of (luthrle O T t harlus '
W OwmiH. of Onthrle O T
4400 A N J.riioojt UcBlttor.
We have arran
"; l Willi Rami
new p i per i or
: : :
or business house
Boo Smith the bill distributor.
44 i-A4"yi I 1 1 CH'-M-rhH---H-
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 65, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 15, 1898, newspaper, February 15, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74155/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.