The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 65, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 15, 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 HKIEF
Vi (hifloll 11 m a Vrrhin I'irnrhrr.
8 l milium llri ln I ItMrlHU
During tho services at tho Congrega-
tional chureli at Perkins Sunday an
''intense sensation was created by Mrs
tf'OnBlott w.f of the pastor of the
( church arising in her scat and do-
nonnnntr her reteroud husband. Mrs.
Onstott declared that hor husband was
"untrue- to hor that ho loved nncther
p woman tuid that his wlfo and two
oillitrnn lind tinnn nrirlpotnd for several
i xlaya Tho meeting adj urned In ahorl
I order anl lho gossips naa some goou
1 fodder to chew on The next aay itcv
' Onstott tendered his resignation wh'ch
was accpptoJ by the cliuroli noara
''Mrs Oostott will tue for dlvorco
$11 mm or vitoi'ititrr soi.it.
Ihr Sfi-niKl or Stif Uln Off II 4lh i JIhoiii
ftifm II III Ouh" Hi Onre.
- The opening of the sale ol town lot
of Stroud yesterday was wlih a rush
and id a short time threo blocks on
both sides of Third btreot tbo bu&iucts
street were gobbled up says tho
E h Conner scoured tho first lot
sold Mary quickly resold realizing
good profits but most of the buyers
"hold on. refusing good advances on
their purchaso price.
Miss Margaret McKlnlcy. tho hsnd-
some expert accountb.nl took a plungo
'on tho real estate market She bought
a business tot and within twenty min-
utes sold ' at an advance of SiO Tho
tamo lot i uanced hands again in about
an hour at 9"o advance Ex-County
Coram ssioncr Concannon bought and
so d a lot making 75 on the deal
liuilding at Stroud will commonconow
in eernest Charloy Frot will orect
a saloon !r Hlreot will put In a
i branch store J 11 Oito of Toeumsoh
iwlll pui in
a bardwaro and impie-
.11 in my llrogan and his
start a grocery; Frank
cut in a feed store; I' J.
(Mcrtcsof Chostaw City will havo a
Jnirdwaro Btore In fa-I Stroud will
ibo mado up of Oklahoma City people
tand of course can't help but bulge to
)thofr)nt Tho day'a sales amounted
to within a smull amount of 15000
voitosiars ii oitu.
Ktrmt iiuiirnn llrlil !; I). Arnrtl IjkI
Coroner D J. Arnott hold oloven in-
quests from January 18(17 to January
.1833 Following is tils report:
Fob 17. Claude Willis shot by E I.
Preston buried by relatives
Mar 4 Frank Miles drowned
Jfljod buried by county
k Jul v fi John Lewis fell in well
jLangston. burled by county.
1 July 12. Tuck ltrown whlto killed
Uy iraiu liuir muu.uu uunuu ujr rum-
August 1 Cuto ltrown colored shot
iuy a u jtisuop police uuruu uy
D E Dudley whlto shot
Messing burled by rcla
Leveret llrldgos 6hot by
Vlllio Mattbowa burled by relatives.
t Oct 25 Maher infant white cjcjios-
uro to cold burled by relatives.
Nov 5 Tom Capers colored shot by
lJcn Howard buried by county.
Nov 27 John Lockwood colored
sulcldo by carbollo acid burled by
f jVlt.l. .isoriiMi I!) A II
fflf'VMF' in .Vrrwl Toipuk That I line llrrn
T ljrfl Out.
Thero is n movement on foot to start
a Burveying corps to locate a railroad
frotnToxaricana via Lehigh and Atoka
thonco to UUlahouia City aud Alva v.n
IC ngQsher This rouio will connect
with the Texas & Pacific Missouri Pa-
cific and 1'ittsburg & Uult at Texar-
Uana one n lino to New Orleans an-
other a closo connection to tho gulf
wh'lo tno other opeim the gr.at lumber
district of Texas The lino itself will
bo through a rich coal lumber and
agrlcu'tural district und will bo oijC
qt the bfst railroads In the territory in
case it can be consummated it will
interest every great railroad system in
tbo southwest and prove a feeder os
pec!aly valuable to roads having deep
water connections. Cars leaving Okla-
homa with agricultural products can
ba loaded on their roturn with mer-
chandise coal and lumber. Oklahoma
should liberally encourage such enter-
prises. i n iu roiio riuify srir.
I Jtamujrim of Ihr Itoyitl llolil hi fhr ii ll'iirm
Gliot Crawford manager of tho
"Undo Tom's Cabin company" recent
lly in this city yesterdav tiled suit In
usinct court tbrouch bis attorneys.
iluokuer aid Son. for 310000 damages
for falso arrest against Jones and
Morris managers of tho Hotel lloyal
Sheriff llbtnchart and ex l'oltcoinan
Joe Pentecost. Tho arrost of Crow-
i ford wai an outingo A fow rvoeus
ago no camo to Outline iu advance of
Ilia aliow and registered at tho Royal.
in paying his bin be pulled out sev
eral postoPleo money ordors drawn on
ouieago The practice or theatrical
men of converting thsir cash Into
monoy orders was new to Landlord
Jonos and his suspicions were rurally
arousea no immediately bustled out
to havo Crawford and his advance
agent pulled. They wore subsequent
ly ariuneu ana loraeu to spend tho
might in 1B.I1 Attornovs sav Craw-
1 foid ban a good case and can recover
me iuu amount of damages.
'Fha congregation svlH please rise
M AlH l.ln Hn.ln.
biuk iuib luirailii
We a -n i w.tnt to bur at your tilace.
s e w in l trade tbre air wore;
Yea i lie luny when you e us
u tn in iomeotber nlore
Y 'tiioi si 11 us any mure rood.
e "i avc .ined wide our ere.
e ion t w ant to trailn at your store-
If v ju ilu not advertise
Highest Honors World's Fair
' MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Geam of Tartar Powder. Fret
torn Ammonia Alum or any othr adulterant
"- 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
vutnrbD jjf HvtntTVAiibT.
Ilrr. .lfnff 11 Inn Vnltt hi Marriage lln.
I 'ill ran ami Mannl!" II Innrl.n.
Married nt tho rcsidenco of tho
bride's mother Mr. Wlancko. Satur-
day evening February 12 Mr William
1'olson and Misa Maugio Wlancko
both of Oiilhrlo ltwaBaiulct bjt
pleasant afT&lr a few only of relatives
and friends being presont Tho per-
mony was performed by Uev Matt
Wing A sumptuous fare was served.
The evening was spent with music and
ploasant social Intercourse. At tho
closing evening hour tho happy pair
rolurncd to tho residence of Mr. Hon-
jatnln 1'olson the groom' father
Sunday was n day of festivities under
the parental roof Mrs Poison dealing
with a lavish hand to relatives and
many friends. Mr and Mrs. Poison
will soon bcoomo residents of our city
May the richest blessings of married
life strew their pathway with all that
can make tho felicity of a pure and
holy union tho character of a long and
.Mum: jiritMtits l'Vi.i.nn.
firrrral .Irr Jlrmtfilit In Thin ('((
Julius Laird husband of tho woman
murdered by tho Scmlnolo Indians
McStveezy and Sampson; Samuel Ad-
ams U W. Morris It O. Woodward
E L Martin father of Mrs Lair J F
W. Martin and Stake Martin were
brought into Oklahoma City yesterday
by Deputies Tilghman and Fossott and
arraigned before Commissioner (irant
en charga of being implicated Inhum-
ing tho Indian boys. Thoy were unable
to give 61500 bonds thero and lust
evening thoy wero brought to this city
to be placid iu tho federal jail Upon
arriving here however all gave tho
required bail and wero released. Tho
three last named were arrested at Ard-
I'lilieiat of ltrr. Meitrn
lho following children and grand-
children attended lho funural of Rov.
Father Morten father of W II. Mcr-
ton which was held at Colesburg la
Del county February 5:
O. P. Morten Ellas Merton V W
Morten S. W. Morten of Garner la ;
It F. Morton Clay Center Kan Joe
Morten and wife Colesburg la J S.
Morten and wife Colesburg la Mm
J. II Klaus and husband Dubuque
la lllanchu Merton Garner la
Martha Mcrtcn Laura Morten Coles-
Orand children Emma Morton
Sarah Morten Katlo Merton Jennlo
Morton Ella Morten Johnnlo Mcrtcn
Harvey Merton Uoy Merton all of
Colesburg la j E. F. Morten Uuthrlo
O T Ariniu Klavn Moilrn Klaui
"Illadoo Head UunterB" February
17 and IB
J. L Mitch li up from Edmoml
J A Fletcher is hero from Chandler.
F. A Ntblack of Chandler Is in tho
W. 11. Rinor of Chandler is in the
R. Scott Nowklrlt Is at tho
Henry Ledbcttcr of Kiowa KaB is
in the city.
Hank Examiner Pugh has rolurncd
Tho O'Rear railroad show Is playing
at Hoivct' Casino.
Frank McMastorn was up from Okla-
homa Uty yesterday.
S x carloads of cattlo wero shipped
to KsnsaB City yesterday.
J ud tr and Mrs Tarsnoy camo over
from lit Reno yesterday.
1). H Ulam and Ed lloyt csmo over
from Chandler yostorday.
' lho Hindoo Head Uuntors" will
sho v tl o stun in tho talent
Judgo W. 11 Hornd has returned
from a Icgtl visit to El Reuo.
AsOsiaut United States Attorney
Tom M j 11 coh an Is in tho city
J. M. Tarltoii'd grain brokerage
otllse was opened for business yester
F D. Waujli a prominent cltl.JU
and politician of New Ponca is at tho
Judgo Scott camo down from Now-
kirk yesterday with a hopeful look In
Will Horsfall loft yesterday for El
Paso and Now Mexico for a month's
Captain Stubb'.cfleld prospective
court crlor iu Chaudlor district cour'
Is In the city.
W. T. Walker agent (to be) of tho
Osage Nation la In tho city looking for
Miss Tomp Harmon returned homo
Ust night after a ploasant visit with
her sister in l'awneo.
Judgo llloror camo down from Perry
yesterday to consult with tho other
supremo court judgcB.
Ed Dodson and Miss LHIa Woh-
moyor will bo united in matrimony to-
ulght at the Christian church.
Mrs Cora Orlssoll and Miss Fay have
returned from a visit to Chicago St.
Louis and southwestern Missouri.
Caotaln 11 F. Heglcr camo over from
El Reno yesterday to breatbo in tho
ozono ol political mo. Tbo captain
fools good to himself.
Attorney Sam Overstroet arrived
homo yastorday from a six weeks' so
journ ut Hot Springs. Sam looks halo
and nsariy and nig eyes vpsrklo MUo
two pound diamonds.
William Hencb grand switch bearer
of tho Santa Fo shops at Wellington
camo In yesterday to buy a quautlty
of town lots. 111)1 says Uuthrlo pros-
perity can be scented ovca In Welling-
ton Will Foils left on this morning's
train for Joplin Mo whoro ho will ro-
stdo herealter. Willis a congenial
wlde-awako young man popular in
social circles and esteemotl in bushiest
Ifo His host of friends ' ero Iih
him unalloyed luck and fortune in his
Sheriff Nlabolas and County OlerU
W. R Hughes of Custer couuty are in
the city. Thoy are here to Interview
the school land department relative to
the removal of Indlaus from choice
school lands In 13-30. These lands
have increased in value since tho In-
dians located on them.
Mr. E. D. Nix and family departed
yesterday afternoon tor their now
homo In Joplin Mo. A large nunilur
of friends saw them oil on their jour-
ucy. Mr. and Mr. Nix were highly
esteemed In Guthrie and their leave-
taking is Indeed greatly regretted.
All. bower r wish thetn happiness
and Gucocxs in their now homo.
Supreme eourl will meet Friday
"Hindoo Iloe.l Hun' 're" February
17 anil 18.
Attend tho revival service at tho M.
K. church south this week
Ladle you can buy tho John Stro 1-
man shoo at tho Woleome Grosery
The Ladies' Whist club will mco
With Mn. lleadlos Friday Feb IS
An enjoyab'o Vali ntlno social wbii
given at the llaptlst uhurch last nigh'
Feed for talc' Lots of corn fodder
worlds of straw." for salo. II. II. Ha-
II 11. Hug in yostorday sold 85 000
worth of Oklahoma bonds to a St Louis
J ud CO Harford h arranging to move
to Uuthrlo. Ho will blllil a rsldence
A snap A four reom cottage must
ba sold at on op. Prrt on ttmo. Inqulro
of H II. Hagan.
When yon want a shoo that is worth
tho money you pay for It don't fall to
call at tho Welcome.
Company A O N. G Is preparing
to givo a mat querado ball at tbo K. of
P. hall on Fibruary 28.
A man at Norman is feeding sugar
beets to his hogs. Probably wants to
raise sugar-cured hams.
Call on M. Lanzl and havo your shoes
repaired in an artistic manner; 121
Oklahoma avenue west.
For Sile A good family horse per-
fectly tafo and gentle; fino driver and
saddle horso Clins. II Flleou.
Parties from Perry Oklahoma City
Pone. i Norman and Edmond wi 1 hear
tho "Hlidoo" open Friday night.
Try a tack of U. 3 ibur. It is tho
leador. No other Hour can compare
with It. For sale only at tho Welcome
Position wanted by a young man; an
experienced book-keeper and account
ant; re Terence tj ven. Address - care
Ofll:ors Shonor and Taylor on Sun
day and Monday pulled threo tramps
two ilrunlta and two tunaway boys
Liconsod to wed Win Huff and
Roxio Taylor of Springvale; W. K
Poison cf Hilton and Maggie- Wien-
ko of Uuthrlo.
Eiargctta Salesman School sup-
plies; country work; $100 salary end
liberal additional commissions. R. O
Evans & Co. Culcrg).
Evory night this week thero will I o
services at the M. E. church south
conducted by tho pastor Rov. E. 1).
Ohcnowoth All aro wclcomo.
Judgo Keaton camo up from Okla-
homa City yesterday. Tho judgo vig-
orously denies tho story that ho U
making a light to remain In otllac.
For stylo comfort and durability
nothing can bo compared to tho ladios'
shoos mado by John Strootman of
Hoston For sale at tho Welcome.
Tho sorvlcos at lho M E. church
south last night wcru gratifying. The
services will contlnua evory night this
week. All aro invited to take part.
For ono week wo will offer tho It-
d es of Uuthrlo their choico of flvovory
boAUtlful odors at 25 cents per ounco.
Just ono-half rogular prico. F. II
LIHIo & Co.
'Tho Hindoo Head Hunters" la at
trading more attention than any homo
entertainment ever given here The
opora Is really linn throughout and Is
full of fun and catchy music.
'J'ha searolary of the Interior has
rendered a decision in tho land oaso of
William P. Mitchell va John liackes
Tho Qoal declsian favors liackes Dan
Wldmor was attorney 'or tho success-
A Perry bum went into a drug store
and took a swig of turpentine from a
jjg which he supposed contained gin.
A stomach pump Interposed just in
ttmo to hold him on this bldo of tho
If you wnut to sco Mr. John W
Shartol make his debut beforo a Uuth-
rlo audionco as a soloist don't fail to
attend "Tho Iliudoo Head Hunecr6"
Thursday evening That solo and
juggling will bo out of sight.
Justices Keaton llrower aud McAteo
camn In yesterday. After a consulta-
tion with Chief Just'cn Dalo it was dc-
cldod to hold a scstion of niprcmo
court Friday when a number of im-
portant opinions will bo handed down
Miss Paulino Ulgglns gavo an olo-
cutiotary entertainment to a slim au-
dionco nt tho Mo'.hodist church list
night Tho young lady possesses much
talent but her audlenco last night
wai not rospouslvo enough to allow it
Isaac Lewis living with his daugh-
ter. Mrs. Dysert in Payno county
ca'ubratod his 07th birthday Thurs-
day. Ho is as halo and hearty as a
man of 50. Thu old gentleman's
trrandinother was a slstor of nitnlol
lloone and IiIh grandfather Georga
Stewart was killed while with lloone
ou ins socond tour through Kentucky
Lewis liiuuolf was ono of the pioneers
of Jaokson county. Miss url belrg
tho head ol ono of livo families to lo-
cate thera from Kentucky. Lewis
laid th first brick in what is now
AsiUtant Dlstrl 't Attornoy Roy Hoff-
man returned from Parry yesterday
rvhero ho concluded the ixsmlnat'ou
before Commlsslonor Tebbs in thu aso
of the government agaiist ex-Indian
Agont Wooltey charged with complic-
ity In tho uttempted robbery of the
I'onca agency After a full investlga
tlon tho Uuitod States attornoy die-
mlssod tho oaso and tho commissioner
stated the charga had boon proven
utterly groundless Attornoy Sam
Harris appeared for tho dfenso War-
rants wero issued for lho prlsonors
Liwrenee and Dinoway b'it the
county refused to suireniler j lrlsdia-
tlon to tliB federal authorities Tho
matter will bo heard foul's tlmo this
weok and may bo JuiUo llalner's first
MtNwl I'll Vim VinMUiit.
Wasiii.nuton Feb. 11 Tho Indian
appropriation bill Is s'guud by the
viae pre. Ident. Indlaatlons point to a
vigorous fight against tho freo homes
amendment in the house. Tho elimin-
ation of tbo provision opening ti set-
tlement of military reservations
caused the Kansas. Nebraska Dakota
and other mombtra to oppoao tho freo
If tho conference committeo will In-
sert the provlBlen tbe opposition will
bo withdrawn. The home conferees
will b Representatives Sherman
Curtis Fisher and Little
Houso Indian commliteo will re-
port tbe Surtls bill Thursday creating
a new judicial system for the Indian
Jim Cotttn(-ham leaves for home tonight
Since the beginning of our CLEARANCE SALE we have accumulated in our Dress Goods Department all kinds of
remnants which we will dispose of this week. In order to do this we have marked them down. Remnants of Silk from
1-2 to 3 1-2 yd lengths. Remnants of
HENRIETTA. FANCY BLACKS
POPLINS SERGES ETC.
in all the shades from 1 to 4 yard lengths. In shirt and waist lengths. Ask the clerks for goods advertised. Clearing
Sale of short lengths of Colored Dress Goods beginning 33WEOX3La.O"V TWaC03rj3.iXXeS and lasting the
entire week. .
Dress Goods in shirt lengths waist lengths and dress
patterns to close out ; j)
"Crepous Lawns Challies Cruicle Cloth In great
variety choice for 00
French Zephyrs go in this sale at 00
5000 yds good Dress Prints 03
LL Muslins in any quantity 0!l J
2000 yds Apron Check Gingham Oilf
4000 yds Good Shirting )
1500 Outing Flannels good values at 10 and 32Jc.
sale price 00 it
10000 yds Pillow Lace from 3 to 0 inch in widths at .00
We have 11 dozen Ladies' Union Medium Weight
Suits to close out at 30
and shelves and counters must be cleared.
ot shoes must be released for spring and summer buying. 1 hat s why one dollar
here does the work of two elsewhere. Ask for the gopds advertised.
Don't Fail to Attend the Sale at
JII.OUMKIl vi.t n
(J 7'uiimiM line Hull 1'lnyern II iii a Jlalr
Tbo Hoston Hloomoro tho famouB
femn'o baso bill nine which is win-
tering at Dallas has written llonry
Donnelley asking1 for a da to tho com-
ing season. 1'ho club 1b a good ono
and during last soason played over 210
games. It was organised In Hoston iu
1803. Tho club will open lho season
April 1. W. P. Noedham the mana-
ger writes: "Our lady Dlayers aro all
young good looking finely formed
und withal reQned and ladylike cos-
tumed in their handsotno twontictb
century unifjrmB and aro tho best-
oxperloaced female players that money
will hlro. Wo carty a canvas fence
also Eoats enabling us to play cltlos
and towns that have no regular en-
closed babo ball grounds." Oulhrlo
ball lovers should tako an intorott Iu
this matter and boo that the club is
given a dato bore.
IHttrlct Court Vnr.
Charles It. Crawford vs. V. M. Rlne-
hart; suit for 810 000 damages.
' Hindoo Head Hunters" February
17 and 18.
Noorcr ot Typhoid
In roferonco to typhoid fovor thore
are three important lessons to be
lonrned. Ono Is that It 1b a filth dis-
ease; the next that whlls tho produc-
tion ot the disease probably requires
that the morblflc agont slml) be
biought Into contact with the alimen-
tary mucous membrane as In food and
drink. It it possible for tho salivary
fluids In the mouth and throat to ab-
sorb the poison from the atmosphere
and thus become the medium of Its
tranumtiuton to the stomach. There Is
also a third loseon of very considorablo
value to us namoly that various ar-
ticle of food and ospectully milk wa-
ter and other fluid floods possess the
some property of nbsorblng tho fever
poison from the atmosphere nnd thus
bcoomlng tho vehlolo of its introduc-
tion Into the systom. The absorption
of the poisonous emanations by tbo
salivary secretions and by food stored
In pautrloB and kitchens especially the
latter furnishes the explanation of
many so-culled sporadic casos of true
typhoid fever occurring in cities. In
a largo proportion of cases it will bo
discovered on examination that odor-
ous emanations from kltahon drains
art easily porcoptlblo to tho souses In
the rooms whore food is stored and
where It is being preparod for tho
Vrldo lloforo a Fall.
According to Vanity Fair Kaiser
Wllhelm II Is thinking seriously of ad-
ding to the splendor of his Imperial
orown by tho purchaso of a monster
sapphire. Ho has always admired the
Bugllsb imperial data crown which
was made In 1838. Tho gross weight
of this Is 39 oz. Edwt. iroy and in the
middle of the front-"l8 a large partly
irll'.ed 8apphlrsVpurchased for the
crown by IClnfraiJrge XV
But you could hardly expect it otherwise when you consider what a dollar will buy at tin1
JBIG STOKE as compared. -Willi other houses We are not claiming to sell merchandise
btlow cost or even at cost as advertised by so-called bargain houses. We are a permari
ent fixture in Guthrie and are here to stay. A common sense talk to common sense peo-
2 pie. Inspect our Goods find Prices and be conviuccd.
We make a specialty of extra sixe suitG no trouble tb tit any man. We have a few
heavy and medium weights all wool Suits; good values at ?0 and $3; just to clean 'em
Jup goat $:i.;iS anil JO. To. Overcoats at one-third value. Uxtra Pants go at 78 to $3 9S.
NEW BLACK AND TAN SHOES JUST RECEIVED!
S looo pair of Ladies' Chiome Kid tan lace shoes. They
Sare stylish up to date and neat fitting. All the sizes and
mm widths will po in this sale at &1 .98. Sorinp- will soon be here
Ural lift it tr J ransfri.
Furnlnhea by tbe Hagan Abstract com-
pany 1'ranlcLaux ab&tracter
It V. Duncan ct ux to Matilda N.
Plnknam lot 1 & bk 0 Wett G..lh-
rle wd .. . $ 60 00
It. J. Kessltr et ux to Wlnneld S. Ke-
ler ne qr sec 8 tp 10 n r S w wd . .. 1250 00
Joseph K. Itofiue to Kinll Nan w ijr
nee 8 tp 15 n r X e. wl . . .. ion 00
jacou i' nareti to J .lines u. Murjiny
sw qr sec IT tp IB n r -I w wd .. . 1000 00
i;. . waiter et ux to Jouu is. uup-
klns part of se or keel tnis n. r
w wd 160 00
w. u. stiller et ux to Sarah Ann
Orlber lots 1 1 3 i. bit W Canllol
Hill wd .. 400 00
jonn ivwioret tl to wnimm lirumltt
lots 1. 8 bk 18. Kant Outhrle td. . ..
Ferd lUUerliuficb. county treasurer
to Aaron Ulllcnbeck. fot . bk 16
Kast Guthrie nd other iironorty.
U . 8 5
1-era wttcrbuscli county treasurer
lo Aaron Ulllenbeck lots 1 2 bk 0
Kast Outhrle and other property
id ... .... . mw
Vera Klttcrbusch county treasurer
to Aaron DlllenWk lota 10 ai at
bk st Capl ol 11111 aud other prop
erty.td .... as Ml
Ferd ItltterbuKh. county treasurer
to Aaron DlllenWk. lots . 4. bk II
Capitol 11111 and other property. Id 28 W
Verd Kltterbuscb county treasurer
to Aaron Dtllenbeek loU 4 6. bk
'U Oapltol Hill and other property
td . . ..... 88 W
Kenl Itttterbusch. county treasurer
to Aaron Dlllenbeck. loia a A 7. 8
H.bk 4t Capitol Hill and atjir lirop-
erty. id W is
I'erd Hltterbukcb county treasurer
to Aaron Oillenbeck lots 1 i ok
M Cjpltol IIlll and other property
id . .:.. sow
Kerd ltlttrboch. county tranurer
to Aaron DlllenWk. lots 19 SO. bk
HI. Caiutol Iilll and oilier nroitertv.
td .... tS i
united states lo rremer Toomak. nw
jr of ne qr and lou 4 and & of kec
(i tp IS n r I w. nt.
United State to llayard T Hastlnitt
le qrnecll tp 18 r S w.
Frank 1 Jones to O. M How e cir
sec II tp 18 r 1 w wd MU) W
Samuel .Nlcn"la et ux lo w U
Ilamr. lou V. 10. bk i. East Uuthrte W0 00
Melissa A I.epper lo Mairina llomeiv
bf tmeres. ehf swnraudw ht w
qr uc tl. tp Ik r J w wd KO 00
John J ui'lard to Alice . Jlsosw
lot IT. bk Ouihrle wd . li 03
James W. Kast to Kllsabetn Htm.--
raons sw qr sec 8 tp IS. r I w . . SOQO CU
Kinily Tcurov to Kiisauein siihwot-.b.
neqrsec 18. tp!8 rt w 7SO (0
Ohas. McNullV et al to M C. AntbU.
lots U. II. bk It Uuthrte. wd ft 00
Henry T Parcell to A. M. MnlhiUI.
nwqr sec si tplB r w wd. umo to
lU'iiry F niuehart to Mary A Itloe-
hart. s hf nw orand lots 3 and 4.
sec tp IS. r 4. wd 1
I'rancts M Harlln to Um ma Muler. se.
ec 18. tp is r : w wd . . iioo to
Ferdinand Kltlrutish to J A. Stel
lar lot 11 bk M. Uuthrle. td . ill
IS I) NixeluxtolllUla unrsdale tt
13 bk is. Outhrle. lied i o
Ulley lienson et ux to if. bweruieaer
c bf se qr se qr sect tp is. rtvr.
James S. Mdbon et ux toj M Ktop-
imsI seqr sects tplt r l w. w IflOU uo
Hd ilobauth tt ux to lrauVJln J
Hoac lots 3. 10 bk 1 Crescent CUy.
wd ...... tb Ou
United States to Henry F. fUnebart.
nil! nw qr lots 3 4. sec S tp IS r 4
United States to Franklin liuag. ne
or see t' tp IT r 4 w. pt.
United State to Kmer S SUveroalL
ne qr sec IT tp 18 r t w rt.
Ueal estate inorteases I .t !4 . . .. M W
Chattel mortcaites eiT k4
TO CUHK A UOLU IN ONK UAY
Tiko Laxative llromo Qulnlno Tablets
All drugplsts refund the monoy If it
falls to euro. 23c Tho genuine has
L. li. Q. on each tablet.
CH Horn's Dlitloctlon.
The ereateat cane in the world is
Cape Horn a .precipitous mountain
over 3.000 feot lU.
Rolling Our Way!
Light and Medium weight Ladies' and Misses' Wool
Hose worth from 35 to 50c. go at 10
1800 yds Percales suitable for Children's wear
worth from 12 1-2 to 15c go at 7 h
CLOAKS AND GAPES AT UNIIEAKD-OF THICKS.
One lot of Capes m tans Green and Black woith
from $4 to 7 go at l.SIS
One lot of Cloaks light and medium weight worth
from 3 to 8. go in this sale at 2 25
One lot of odd Cloaks no two alike worth from ?3
to $5 goat OS
A general Cleaning up of Heavy and Medium Weight
Goods in this department.
The money tied up
109 & 111 DIVISION STREET
HAVE YOU BEEN TO
WALLACE & MULLER'S
WALL PAPER SALE?
Thev are closing out Se.OOO rolla
at prices never before
you have not you had
FRONT AND SACS Vinr.
S entlifrcocks In Now KnRland.
Tho otirliest weathor vanes tn Now
Qugltind wero cocks trumpeters sim-
ple plates disks and arrows and not
to be overlooked tlto sacred codfish.
In Dot'.ton cooks or brqud arrows were
ou all the old churchos. On tho Prov-
ince Ilonse. where Gonoml Gage had
his hoetdquarters. thero -was a statue
of an Indian with drawn bow and ar-
row ready to shoot. Prints ot the
city of New Ajnsterdam b it was in
tho good old Dutch days show tho
churches and many ot the .houses sur-mount-d
by the Kltdod coct o r the plain
McKennon Opera House
H. A. MANN Ma-aacr.
The . '.
Qlren Under tbe Auspices et
McKennon Opera House
Thursday and Friday
February 17 and 18
Reserved Seats ... -58c
Gallery ... 25r
mw "jy tftv rs-ii j'gi
in our winter stock
heard of jnUrC territory if
better be quick about 11. ?
We are headquarters for I
LFit Guaranteed. i
Call and See Us. f
Well bervlr liraminatlon.
Tbo United (states civil service com-
mission hai ordered that the regu ar
spring examination thull bo held be-
tween March IS and April 25 1808 for
the grades of clerk-carrier In Uuthrlo
Oklahoma postoflico. All application1
for this examination must ba Q!cd
with the undersigned beforo tbo closo
of business March 1 1S03 Kiact dates
for this examination cannot bo given
at this time but duo notice will bo
given through the dally papers. Ail
nocesBary Information blank applica-
tions otc can bo obtained at any
timo by applying to
O. U. Montoojikhy
Acting Secretary Local Hoard Qutbrlo
Outhrle O. T.. Jan. 10. 1838.
Keserved scato for tbe "Hindoo Hod
Uuntors" aro now ou salo at Wallace &
Mullcr's drug storo and tliise who
want a if iod neat had better get around
and ploir it out as the "111c doob" are
suro to havo a crowded houso.
Mako these long evenings pVvant
(or tbe family at homo by Eufplying
them with good reading matter Bee
this list; Lad lot." Uome Journal 10c.
SMunsey'a Magazine 10j Demortst
Magazine 10c. McCluro's Msgazioe 10c
(Illustrated America 10c Qodey's 10c
Carter's Monthly 10s Puck 10c Judge
l&e. Life 10c Truth Sc. lilack Cat 5c
1 Nlaldo Magazine Sc The Owl 5c We
have on sale at all timo the leading
dally papers periodicals and maga-
zines and take subscriptions for them
to be delivered by mail or at our
store or news stand at poatofiica F
B. Lilllo &Oo-
l'rvf Ostar tjthrtr
'Teacher of violin mandolin guitar
and all band orchestral instruments.
Call at No 100 Oklahoma svenur.
.Terms reasonable. If desired will
te arh at your borne.
SOC HmUb the bill distributor
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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/m1/4/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.