The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 69, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 19, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
Kailrosd Timo Table.
Atchllou Toutkk A Bantft Ta
NOKTH EAST AND WEST.
I Arrive i Arrive
I Han. Oltr.lCblcago.
t 47 p.m.
1:10 p. m.
t 40a m.
3 so p. m
s nop. m. iv. 43a. m.
8.60a.m. I0. oop.m.
I Local Freight.
BOCTII SOUTHEAST AKII BOUTUWIST.
17. 1 13 15 p. ui ill 6 i. ra.i
10 IliUip. in 11 06 p. m.
Hll 8:90 p. tu 9 oo .i. in I
I Arrive I Arrive
. p. iiriWiOS a.m.
8.(a m :35 p. in.
A. J. Corking Agent.
....... 7:45 am
..... P. 14 am
...... 3:00 pm
... 4:35 pin
UlmcUw Oklahoma It Half II. Jt. Uo
Leave El Keno
Leave Oklahoma City
Leave Shawnee ...
Leave South McAlcstcr
Arrive WUter .
Arrive Fort Smith
Arrive St. LouU
Leave St Louis ..... ....... 8:20 pm
Leave Ft. Smith -.11:57 am
Leave Wlstcr ........ 1:30 pm
Leave South McAltster . . 4:10 pm
Leave Shawnee ...... 7:16 pm
Leave Oklahoma City ... . 9:06 pm
Arrive El Keno 10:05 pm
lietween Oklahoma City and Kl Keuo.
Leave Oklahoma City lor west.. ... 9:05 am
Arrive r.i Keno 10:15 pm
Leave El Keno for cast 0:40 am
Arrive Oklahoma City 7:40 am
Leave Oklahoma City for west 8:50 pm
Arrive El Heno . . .. 4:53 pm
Leave El Hcno cast 11:15am
Arrive Oklahoma City 12:20 pm
Trains to and (romJuthrlc make connec-
ts: at Oklahoma City
Mac close connections at El Reno for
points on the Kock Island north and south.
For rates and Information apply to
South McAlester I. T.
J. V. HOLDEN Traffic ftlanaRer
n Tt t ownnniti
Agent Oklahoma 3ttv.
Traveling Freight and l'assengcr Agent
Oklahoma City O. T
PROFESSION AL DIRECTOR i.
-rH0UAS s. whepbT'
Washington. D. C
Aoomi ICJ-H Atlantic Bulldtng.
Ulnlng Land and Patent Law a Specialty
TpVAVID L. QITT
WaohlnKton D. C.
No. Ml P. Street N. W.
Formerly Principal Examiner Pension
The pension policy of the future will In all
probability be more liberal. Rejected cases
lollclted Correspondence Invited.
ATSON E. OOLEMAH
Land and Patent Attorney
Waohlnprton O. O.
Washington Loan and Trust Ill'dg.
RKPERENCES-Hon. M. V. Allen D. S. Sen-
ate: Hon. Lafe Pence. Klnderbook. N. Y.
Bon. John a Dell M. O.i Don. J. D. Blcks
TnKANIC U. CROSTHWAITE
Wnohlnnton D. C.
ISiO F Street N. W.
Land Pactlce a Specialty.
1R- TIlOS. OARR AVAKV
Residence 310 Cleveland Ave.
Offlcc over Hank of Indian Territory.
NAOMI Rebekah Lodge No. I I. O. O. P.
meets every Thursday evening at 7:30
In Odd Fellows hall In the Weinberger build-
ing. Visitors vlcome.
MATTIE DOUGHTY N. O.
ItATIE MCWETUY Sec'y.
SENATE ON K. P. SALE.
Declare by Ittunlntliii That It Should
Nut tlo Conflrinrd.
Wasiiinotov l'ob 13. Aflor a splr-
lloil ilobnte occupying morfc than two
hours tlie somite yesterday by n voto
ot 14 to .'fl agreed to tlio resolution of
Mr. Turple of Indiana declaring tlio
senate's opposition to tlio confirmation
of tlio sato of tliu Kansas Pacific rnll
roml. After t'te disposition of tho
resolution tlio Corbctt caso wm ills-
cussoil by Mr. Pettus of Alabama and
Mr. Hoar of Massachusetts an agree-
ment having first been reached to Utlio
n final tote upon the case on Monday
rein nary '.'S
I ollnwitiff in the vote in detail on
tlio Knnns I'kcIHc resolution:
Yens Allen linker. Hate Horry
Cannon Chilton ("lay Davis Gorman
Harris lleilfcld Jonas ot Arltnnsns
Kenny Kylo. Mallory Mantle Mar-
tin Mills Mitchell Money Morgan.
Nelson l'nsoo Perkins Pettlgrow
I'ellus. Itawllns Konch Teller Till-
luim Turley Turnoy Turple Vest
Nays ("nrtor Chandler Clark De-
boe Klkins Knlrbunks Fornkor
Kryc Onllingcr Ocar Grav llnnnn
llniisbrouch. Hoar Lindsay Lodge
Mcllride MeMlllun Mason Morrill
l'lntt of Connecticut Proctor Quay
Sewell Stownrt Thurston Warren
'Vilson Waloolt SO.
Mr. Harris of Kansas rend n tele-
Rri.ni ho had received from TopoUa
Knn as follows:
"tlovernment Hon sold here. Spo-
clal messenger sent to St Louis to
have. Sun born approve sale in tho
Mr. Harris said ho did not know
what prnallenl effect tho passngo of
tlio pending resolution might have
but It was ovldent that the purchasers
wero manifesting rcmnrkublo hasto to
tec u re the confirmation of tho sale.
WOULD DISRUPT SPAIN.
GUTHRIE Camp No. S Woodmen ot the
World meets every Monday nlht in the
K. of P. hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
come. J. II. TOWERS Clerk.
KD. PENTECOST Con. Com.
GUTHRIE LODGE NO.
A. F. & A. M. Regular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
in caca moniu ai o o cioci.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
H. I'. ARDERY Sec
A. J. CORKIN3. W. M
3-.TJTUUIE Lodee No. 1. A. O. U. W.. meets
al'Vjhursday evenings of each week: at 7:W
In Vl7fS?rrjracrlrit and Harrison.
Visiting Workmen alwayiMcIcome.
J. T tllUCICNER M. W.
L. N. HUMSHER Recorder.
kUTHIUE Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meet"
V3 every IrUav at V:3u In their ha 1
t .the Victor block corner First and Harri-
son. Visiting knights are always welcome
s s voss c o
J. TOUCART U. of F. and 1C Of . 3
gORM Meets every Tuesday night In K
I It 01 f. nan. visum
c chlets alwavs wel-
M. U. CHERRY Chief of Records
-UTHR1E Lodge No. ? I O. O. F. meets
VSt Monday night of eachwctX. at 7:80. Vis-
iting Odd Fellows always welrome.
P. W. RITTERUUSCH N. O
O W. nitUCE Sec'r lock box 179.
OKLAHOMA encampment No. 1 1. O. O. P
meets every Tuesday evening in Odd
Fellows ball at 7:80. All visiting patriarchs
welcome. A. KREUS C. P.
H. L. STROUGH Scribe
HARTRANFT Circle No. 3 Ladles of the
Q A R. Meets nrst and third week of
every month in Masonic Hall Visitors arc
ELIZAI1ETII STROUGH. Pres.
LOUISA GILUERT Sec.
MUTUAL UENEFIT TO LADIES. We
furnish employment procure help; buy
sell or exchange fancy articles novelty
tools periodicals etc.
Room MLvnn l!l"Ct.
nor. Harrison and Division
Compiled and Published by
G. W. McMILLEN.
Containing ac alphabetical list of every
tv. town vlllaee and bamiel in otiaaoina.
Not one t owever small or remote will be
city town village and hamlet In Oklahoma
arranged will appeal the nam of every
business man or nrra. All the names will
Ex-Comul It. W. Turner Says Any Uravo
Crisis In Spain Mruiil Civil Mar.
Topkka. Kan. KoU 18. U W.
Turner consul to Cadiz under Presi-
dent Harrison In discussing Spain yes-
tordny said: "If war should be de-
clared tho Spanish monarchy would
not survive six mouths. The Spanish
army and resources aro now depleted.
The army has 'r yenrs been
saturated with Republicanism ntyl
during nil that timo tho Carlists huvo
been watching und waiting for an op-
portunity to overthrow tho present
govornmouL Any grave crisis In tho
a Hairs of Spain moans civil war.
Jt Is true that a declaration of
war made by Ihu United Stales
might liavo tho eUcct of unifying
tho different factious of the Spanish
nation but it could be for n
short timo only. It Is mv belief that
within a yenr both Cuba nnd Spain
will bo republics. After tho first
wave of onthusiasm which would be
occasioned by war with tho Unllod
Stntes had subsided all tlio pros-
out ami the then aggravated evils
oxistlng in Spain would bo
charged to the account of tho
presont reigning. family and Cnrllsts
nnd Republicans would unite against
It In a great civil war which would
tlually givu the Republicans control
ns they nre moro numerous than tho
Carlists and in tho end tho present
monarchists would favor tho Hepub-
ltcons. Mndrld llarcennla Znrngoza
Cadiz. Seville and many other Span-
ish cltlos aro Republican nnd have
boveral tlmos elected. In each nnd
evory district Republicans to tho
Spanish cortes (congress). Aftor
every Kopuhllean triumph at tho
polls tho papers of that party havo
oponly addressed editorials to tho
queen regent demanding in such lan-
guage as 'Take the northern bnimd
express and with your sickly hoy hie
away to tho banks of the Danube blue.
Tho monarchy Is at an end. lie
warned by tho fall of Mary Stuart
and Mario Antoinette while thcro Is
"On such occasions tho pnpors wero
quickly suppressed by tho government
and the editors thrown in prison."
Home Sentiment Changed.
Wahiu.noton Feb. la. The disastor
to tha Malno aroused a fooling among
members of tho House in favor of ex-
treme liberality in appropriations for
tho naval and military establishments
tho practical result of which is likely
to be tho acceptance by tlio IIouso
with little contest of the Sennto
amendments increasing tho appropria
tion for fortifications about 51 000000
tho authorization iti tlio nnval appro-
priation bill of twobattloshlps jnstend
of one nnd possibly tho authorization
of tho en tiro dry dock schume rocom-
cucnilod by the dry dock board ap-
pointed by tho secretary of tho navy.
P G. Esskx. the loading attorney of
Golden City Mo. writes: "Havo been
troubled for years with Wind Itching
and Ulccdlug Piles and one box of
lieggs German HMvo cured me en-
tirely " Wallace & Muller and Van-
derpool's Drug Store.
Mgilice Did Not Olve Waratnjr.
Wasiunoto.v Feb. la Tho Navy
department authorizes adonial of tho
statement attributed to Cuptain Slgs-
bee that ho recomntendod to the de-
partment before he sailed for Havana
that uo othor ship than tho Malno bo
wsnt to Havnna because the harbor
was too dangtrous owing' to the num-
ber of torpodoea planted in the hot-
toip. As a matter of faet Captain
Slgsbco had npt the slightest hint
given him that his ship was to be se-
lected for the visit twelve hours be-
fore his doparturc.
Spain Will Invettlmtr Too.
Ma i) in ii Feb. 1. The govern men t
has cab! oil instructions to the com-
mander of the warship Viccuya leav-
ing it to his discretion when to quit
New York Orders huvo also been
Issued to Captuin Pernl to open an In-
quiry Into thq cause of the disustor of
A SWELL FUNCTION.
rtier "Io Tilings C'p In Stylo" In Kftn-
Descriptions of fefeptlone and iwr-
los as they appear In newspapers are
invariably rrltlelaeU. although evpp
prwautlon Is taken to repliant them
is agreeably and truthfully a possi
bio says the Atchlaon Globe. Mrs. I).
IV. Dinwiddle's reception yesteiday
iftornoon was an exact counterpart of
similar function given by Atchison ao-
cloty every few daya. We Blve as
truthful a representation as posslhl"
Mrs. Dinwiddle received in her wed-
ding ;own. originally white -.alin
whii h had been mndn oxer with the
new shade of geranium evet Mrs
Dinwiddle was assisted 1 Mrs. John
Tliompklim. who wore the same or-
gandie gown which lias been so fre-
quently described In these columns
Great surprise was manifested. quletl.
among the guests to find the Misses
Skylark also receiving. Mrs. Dinwid-
dle barely knows them (so her guests
remarked after they left) but their so-
cial standing Is so high and their
gowns always so pretty that she al-
lowed the bounds of mere acquain-
tanceship to be overstepped for this oc-
casion. In the parlor were three palms
and n few straggling roses were In i
vase on the piano. The dining room
was decorated with the conventional
sinllax and ribbon trained from the
hanging lamp to the table. Miss Kyei n
and her guest Miss DeSmythe served
the coffee which was cold. In the
back parlor Mrs. G. Y. Dalrymple dis-
pensed the wnrm and melted lees. Miss
Dalsee Fallalr and Miss Sara Alnsle
efflclated at the punch bowl where tli'
red lemonade was voted better than
usual. Nine or ten violets were scat-
tered on the table and the effect wia
striking. Considerable regret was ex-
pressed that Mies Mae Chnlney's serv-
ices could not be procured as she
always n drawing card at receptions
because of her spicy gossip. Mrs. Dlu-
wldd.e used the ramnlnder of her
froshments at a whist parly last night
Can't Express Her Thanks Scrofula
Sores Tcrrlblo Itching Entirely Cured
Mns Emily Fohd Kldora Hardin Co.
lows writes: "i can t express my
thanks for tho box of lieggs German
salvo as it lias entirely cured tlio tcr-
rlblo itching and burning that was in
my ankles caused by scrofula soros."
Wallaco fr. Muller and Vanderpool's
APPEAL OF A TOPEKA CinL.
AtkK Oilier to Htoj (IITerlntc Liquor to
"Lead them not into temptation" Is
the cry of Miss Olivia Van Tassel a
leader In Topekn society who has cre-
ated a sensation by declaring that the
young society women of the town ir'
luring young men to ruin by offering
them drink-when they como into their
homes. Miss Van Tassel churges the
downfall of ono young mnu to this
custom and nlie has made an appoal
to the society women ot Topekn to put
away their wlno (lecnntci nnd assist
in saving the young men from drunk
ards' graves. She says: "I think
it Is just awful the way wine Is served
to young men by some of the society
women of Topekn. Ono young man
has been ruined by this practice and
others are on the road to ruin. Thcie
society young women are responsible
for their downfall. It is amusing that
so many of the young women of this
town do not object to the young men
drinking liquor and It is still more
shocking to know that many of the
young women drink liquor them-
selves." Miss Van Tassel will carry her
war Into the churches and will appeal
to tho parents to throw the nasty stuif
into the gutters.
tot ft Rrwrous
Ely's Cream Balm
oimMiM no rocslur
nipfttiry nor soy other
It mums Aaait sUsioSi
m iiss fw. rni n ih h r a n
Allsys Inasmmslion . kijw
tlnls Sd I"ntct the M.mbrnnr. Kixturm Ihu
ftrtiMt of Tl nnd Mnrll Full Hire Six Ti ml
Slim 10e. : t l)rnit)t o iy null.
1.1 V OllOTIIKlfe M Wsrrra Strn-t Now Tt
GIIEWSOME aOLDEN WEDDING.
All the Main lluests 1'rmrnl t nre I'nli-
From the leport of the m leluatlnn
if the golden wedding of William
Heidi and his wife at Magdelnug Ger
many nnd the silver wedding or h.
son Frederick and his wife It is to be
Inferred that hangmen are not held in
such disfavor by the women of Ger-
many aa the fair sex of other countries
evince toward men of this pinfesslon.
At the celebration therp were present
300 men ? hoje occupations were the
same the execution of "llmlnr.ls- the
majority of them helig accompanied
either by a wife sister or mveothcuit
The elder Heidi Is chief exemtioner of
the domains of Kaiser Wllhelm. while
his son Frederick is also a public exe
cutioner of long ser lee. The eldest son
of the latter Is a soldier In the tie. man
army but hla father deilaies lhat a
soon as he Is discharged he will secure
him a place where his work will be of
exactly the same natuie his father-
The old gentlemen is only 73 je.irs -if
age but he boasts that he has imh U
more people to string up on the "eaf-
feid In order to have made the retonl
of sending 7.000 persons into eternity
by his own hands. The son has a rec-
ord of little more th-n one-third of
this number. Although brought to-
gether for the purpose of doing honur
to Germany's chief exeeutiouer and hi-
on the assembly of executioners ac-
tually turned Itself Into a conventloa
of hangmen. The various new meth-
ods of killing off murderers were uimii-
imotisly condemned and the old-fashioned
hanging method was pronounced
the one most satisfactory from every
standpoint. The men came from pvery
part of Wtlhelm's empire and Included
all the executioners of note. The
wives and sweethearts Intend to or-
gojiizc a club for the purpose of aiding
the widows and orphans of the men
their husbands hang.
Uulilio Any Ollior.
Convertible Option Policies
With LI ml led Payments.
A form of Insurance improved in tho
light of modern experience having alt
the merits of the older plana ot Hfo
Insnrnnc i while Investod wtlh th
virtues of ex set equity in the event of
Simple In Terms. Libera!
The most valuable feature
the provision for
Should death occur during Ihe
the Event of Death During
$1000 Policy Guarantees
$2000 with Cumulative Ad-
ditionsof 10 each year.
Policies are Non-iorfeitablo Af-
ter Three Years.
The Gonneclicut Indemnity
First imMfebMl In the Dally Leader Feb
Nollri' Tor f'filtllrnf inn.
I SB ofiV- s' Oiitdr v i) T l-Ybriiaiv
Notice l h. 1 1 si.- "i ihi.t -in. f.ii'o
ln namod vil r u lied n-Hf r hit.'
Intention to make final proof In snppnrt
of his elnlm and that said proof will be
made before the register and receiver at
Quthrle Okla on TVtiirrh U tsv vi
Frederick Hehskn for tho -w itr r
17 twp IS r w.
lis nsuiM the fnllnwInR wltiiir- to
prove his continuous resilience upon ano
enltivstton of said land vis:
John llnrns William 11 HsV r John
Adams nnd .Ismes Kranklln .ill "f i.uii
rle. I) T.
41"! A.N. J.Cnno Prtitr
TUB OKI.MIOA1A POtiT'
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tin Sight ' lh. ht ti - i lit i n nner " ' Hi l I
Pi 11(1 Hml.T " ' Tlit I Iff t v - Ham i.
The lmet riM'fi m n I M lf imthitl I
limuorixiM vln io i km t t'n i nri II I i t
hubtilrs In 'n Mm itai-hti n thr m t
thftn m Tin I Mih t m r- 4 II n
WhnllMRo in Mi I" I 1 iM 'M..rllFi. . t
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th prtc. nl roiy dbouj'i i. m thi hi if t
Hnt HHiiiiii1 w th fctiinitr on i rripr or ur
ft w t-oi'tm of Oklh(Mn and Hh ' I t in- n
1m-fir.vrurtMl t tl o-t. h Affnt n. d I r u i . i
AiMrnn 1KKKM '. Mil. I I K
Apantn wanted for OUUhomrv and
T. J.LOWfi JInnngor.
W T. Williams of Houghton Arlc
Bayt; '"Havo suffered for years with
constipation anil indigestion nnd onu
bottle of llojjps Lltllo Oianl fills has
eured me." Wallaco fe Muller and
Vandcrpool'fl Tirug Store.
Thoro nro threo liltlo things which
do moro than any other three littlo
things created they aro tho ant tho
beo and DoVVitt's Littlo Early Risers
tho last boiiifr the famous little pills
for stomach and liver troubles J.
Wheeler & Hon.
A Delightful rioture.
A home-lihe picttini of Mrs. Wash-
ington and her favorite granddaughter
Is given by Mrs. James Gibson who
frequently visited her when as '.he
president's wlfo she resided In Phila-
delphia thon tho capltnl of the United
States. Mrs. Gllwou's language U
ciuoted by Miss Whurton In her "lliir-
tlm WnsliliiBlon." Mrs. Washington
was In tho habit of retiring at an early
hour to her own room unless detained
by company and there no mutter
what the hour. Nellie (Mlaa Cuatis) at-
tended her. One evening my father'o
carriage being late in coining for me
my dear young friend invited me to
accompany her to grandmamma's
room. There after soma little chat
Mrs. Washington apologized to me for
pursuing her usual preparations for
the night and Nellie entered upon her
accustomed duty by reading a chapter
and n psalm from the old family Ilible
after which all present knelt in even-
ing prayer. Mrs. Washington's faith-
ful maid then assisted her to disrob.
and lay .her head upon the pillow
Nellie then sang a verse of some sweet-
ly soothing hymu and then leaning
down received the parting hlesjing
for tho night with some emphatic re-
marks on ber duties improvement
etc. The effect of thee judicious hab-
its and teachings appeared In the
granddaughter's character throng.)
OCEAN OHBYHOUNDS SAFE.
Tliry Will I'ull Through Any Knugh
Sen Wll limit Sorlotu Injury.
From the New York Times: The
establishment of u new retord for a
day 'a run at sea by the Kaiser Wllhelm
der (Irosse suggests one or two con-
siderations pertinent to ocean travel-
ers as to the Influence of Else and
power on the safety and comfort f
trana-Atlantlc transportation. Sailor-
men are fond of saying that a go-
sailing ahip of 1000 tons burden is ns
safe as any big steamer afloat. A
staunch well found ship of that ton
nage or even less will when properly
prepared and skillfully handled ride
out as hard a gale aa the "roaring
forties" can produce. But she must Uo
It by heaving to and suffer herself to
be driven to leeward. A big power-
ful steamer llko the Kaiser Wllhelm
der Qrosse may possibly have to Valor
down." but she will keep on her coure
and thunder headlong Into a furlou
sea with Impunity. Old Ocean hurl-
ing his monster storm waves of 30 ur
35 feet In height at a speed of some-
thing like thirty miles an hour against
her while she is proceeding at M
1.1 knota against them la powerless to
do her aerlous Injury llut it must ue
mighty uncomfortable f"..i passengers.
A ship can not be hit 1; . -veral thou-
sand tons of water at a pvojtctlle fori e
of forty-five miles an hour without
giving her passengers a tremendous
shaking up. Yet the length nnd depth
of such a ahlp make ber steadier In a
seaway than a smaller vessel. And aha
la across the sea and through It all In
a period aa short aa that taken by the
smaller ahlp In good weather. Tlie
theory of aeafarlng men is that the
more quickly they cross the ocean th'
safer the voyage.
ion's Gutt He Yard
Ul2Mi:MllHK. this advertisement Nof
Interest to you who have frlamN renting
in the tomb. It I a home establishment
shinpliiK direct from tlie quarries marble
and gritnlto nod uiniiufai'turiiiK In this
city. Foreign axonts .how you a large
IIiim picture and ask you to sign a binding
order for a poor deslvn and grade ut dou-
ble prlco. covering their wanes and ex-
penses Think of It! we will duplicate
liny of tholr work frem TO to Wiper cent
less. All the work done in the tiiithrie
cemetery some weigHl'iic upward of two
tons was done by m. Notice tlie name
cut on tho base.
St. liOiiiH Sun Francisco HkII
The popular tbrouga car route from Ar-
kansas City and Wlster to all points In Mis-
souri Arkansas Kansas. Oklahoma Indian
Territory Texas. Colorado Wyoming Utah
New amVOItl Meslro Arlsoaa. Idaho Mon-
tana Nevada California Washington Anil
The Frisco Line ts also the most dlrrrt
route to ML I.outs anil all points rant I -Bant
Pullman Palace sleepers iidlnlnc
chair car (seats free) and coaches u all
The Prisco Is always first to get out or oiii
ruts anil improve Its tacllltU'i lot iiaiMiltng
passengers and freight.
The finest sleeping cars In the world.
Another advance Is the introduction of
To do the express business or mi company.
The above express company covers lines
iroin me Atlantic io wi- uuu
stands hlaher thsn Wells-Parso
for tltne-tahlns maps rates and full par-
ticulars address nearest agent of the Frisco
Line or the followlug:
Ii V. YOAKUM Oenl Mangr
Si Irfiuis Mo.
Q T. NICHOLSON I. A
81 Louis. M
WM NOIILK T. I' l' A.
South MrAlester. IT
ttti published la the Dal!7 leader lebl
rnswy a is1.
No! irr for rulillcatlon.
Land f r at Oiithrle O. T. . it bril
r I I"
Not ii n I In r ' Klveti that ho fvl'OW
H g ii irreii i.m 1- i I as t ! 1 iK'tli of Li'
inwoiioii io iiiuki nnai pr or n suppor
or his claim ihi'I tlt salit proof will b
made hi-foro the regis rr nd recelvi
"oiled States land ofllco at liuthrto (
x . uu ninrrn n imis viz:
fehn llurna foi rho e hf nco.rcc
utid w hf n w iir ir-r II to l r 3 W
He nanni th- following witnesses ti
iiniYc ni coiiuinioiw roiuienco upon ah
cultivation of Hid land vl I
i-rediTiik sid.wap.A Wiihatn II 1'ail
i' Jonn .mi uu- I rin M M n n it
MIIIIII 'I' ti I
t"J A N .t r - I'Mttsrer-
y irs uuu ini oj a tin- Ur y Lfaj.l
'ii 1 3 18S
Noiin for Publicntion.
Land office at '.nthrle Ok Jeri.nti
i m. I
Notice Is hereby given tnat tho fol'ovl
naroeo settler has rued noticeof bislntoil
'ton to maae nnai ureor in suntmrt nf hi
c'li'm. and that r-ald nroof will he mnJ
before tho regis' i r and nci iy.'r I nitil
.MHies lanu on. at uiitllCU Ok
I iTiiary J"i 1 vis:
llariy. Mo ... for the -e .r o:
lie names th fullowlna wltne.xiies
prove his continuous residence upon ail
ci'tlvatlonot aid land vir 1
.Inlm W. lieeN Amos X. llrooks WlJ
.i ue a aii'i Aiixrt i Li-cr a-t
iniihrle O T
141 N I CnonH U'-ttr I
1 Irn pub Isbfd in Th.i Uahy f caill
J an 31 log
Notice lor I'ulilicnUoii
Land office at i.ntlirlc I) T lan
l-'ia. Notice Ul nby trlw n Mi at the fn
lowing naniMi fi itler h i- til. a notice I
ot UN iiiti'in'o'i to maketioai troof
Mipportof hi-c'uhn mil that ai'l prol
hi on main- i ion r pister atxi rcelvl
;u wuuirie ii l . on Ken "I 1 h v
Wl'lism II Kli h-trnw. forth' ne r si
; i. m ' r i w-i
11b runner the following wifr.cirs
(irovn 1 Is i iiiiUiimoiis resldi iico ut on nil
nil iun I l...t . I ....l la... I ...
. ...w...'. . i -.ii iaiiu ir.
Uan'n: Moor- f ilutbrli. O T W5l
n Wil-oii of Meiidlaii T Ad4
i hiisiHon. of Uiithrle r) X sin iclfl
i ptiT'.jn ur Hiiiline tl T
4 1 f A N .T hook Hegntcr.l
first published In tho Uaiiy Leadl
1 CD. S 1898
Notici for rublicntlon.
Land office ut Outhrlo O. T. leb
Notice Is hereby glvon that tho folloJ
ing named settler bus tiled notice of his Id
tention to make nnai proof In support
his claim and that said tirnnf will
made before the realster and rprnlvor i
S landoftice at Guthrio.O. T. on Mari
ii. IWtt. vl.
Miles Wright for the so qr set 2'i tvl
in n r i e
He names tho following witnesses
provi his cntitlnuotis rualdenee upon ail
cuiiivaiiiiii oi sniu laua vizi
Allert .lorii lleniainln 1 Kfaw. Wli
llBni T l'limb'ruurk William II llrow
all of 1'arUl.uni O. T.
W A. N. J.Cnoon neglsmr
First pubilshod In tho dully Loador Jft'J
nary ;: iw
Notico for Publication.
Land offliM at Outhrlo Oklahoma Jai
Notice l horobv given that tho follnr
Ingnamel settler lios tiled notleo of lJ
Intention to mako final proof In snppol
ui in ciaiin anu tnat said prooi will
madtf before the realster andrncnivi
United states land ofllco at Uuthrld Okl J
on mrcn j 1013 vir.
Anton Oiibser for tlm rw ir of tho so
anu 101 ix sec ti ip 111 r 1 west
Ue names tho follow tig witnesses
provo h;s continuous rosldcnco upon at
ciiiiivhiiuii (ii sniu lanu viz
William M. llaker of Crecnt City. '
T Kllhu 11. Cox. of Crescent C ity 0. 11
.101111 Hayes or Uutiirio O T ' CharH
W Owens of Guthrie. O T
H'lo A N .1 . Ciiook. ItoglstorJ
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nclal directories statistical tables and other
feature that will make It an Invaluable
book of reference to every merchant mann
facturer proflesslonal man and shipper In
Tailoring Olosnlnnf and Repairing
Djtfcg a Spf'alty
Ill W HgrrUon Oothrle Olc
Loss of tlio C'lar Nevwda.
Namjio H C. Feb. 18. A speolal
from Junemi Alaska of February 1.'
confirms the noivs of the loss of the
Clara Nevada and that fifty vitro
Wo are anxious to do a littlo good in
this world and can think of no pleas-
anter or better way to do it than by
recoinmendlnfr Ono Minute Cousrh
Coro aa a preventiye of pneumonia
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ouuere colds croup trrlppo and all
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Tullost of All Trrr.
In New South Walea Victoria ana
Tasmania grows a species of gum tree
eutalypiu amygdaltna is its scien-
tific name which Sir F Von Muelb r
says probably represents "tho tulles
of all trees of the globe. ' The loft it i
specimen of this tree yet miasinvl
towers to the height of 471 ftet.
prostrate tree measured in Victoria
was 420 feet long and the d:-iau"(
from the roots to the lowest btanh
was 290 feet At that point the truni;
was 4 feet in diameter and 360 fee
from the butt the diameter was stil
3 feet. The wood of this tree is UarJ
and of good quality; it grow a quick
ly. and yleWs a great quantity of vola-
tile oil from Its leaves which are ver:
Mi9H Delia Day writing from Wat
erloo Iowa sajs: "My hair has been
falling out for the past two years aud
could got nothing to stop it until I
tried Ileggs Hair Uenowor. One bottle
atoppod It oomplotoly. Wallaco A
Mallor and Vandorpoors urug store.
The world for you also the United States. v7e have arran "! with Rand
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should be without it.
CURIOSITY OF MONKEYS.
Out. AVIiii W'n luqtilaltlvo III Itnguril to
Curiosity seems to be the great fail-
ure or virtue of monkeys. A story I.-
told of an Englishman who had a
South African monkey which had
traveled with him around the world
When his bachelor daya were over rr
took his young wife to a lovely tl
manor house In the south of Kng'-ml
and Engllslimanllke kept several bu -rels
of good "home-brewed" ale In the
cellar. On returning from ehurdi n
Sunday inoraiug he noticed that tlie
cellar door was open and started on i
tour of investigation. As he went donri
the steps Jenny the monkey rutin.. I
up and he found that she bad set ..ii
the spigots running. The door ha 1
been Inadvertantly left open and Jen-
ny doubtless went pry log Into tr.f
semi-lighted place. Turning one sp!g
on produced such a ruab!ng stiean.
lhat she tried the others also miuli to
the uaste of the liquor. It may e
uUdtd that when the KrKlihnisii s
flrst-born appeared and mouopti'.U.l
attention Jeuuy go' stub a fit of Jiui
ousy lhat she skas ut once sent to .ui
secluded but more longenlai society o
be found In tbe monkey bouse of !i
London ZoolugUul (J aniens.
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a veritable photograph of what you want to know.
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Information derived durine leisure hours will have mor utin.' eiicei nuin Tor.ea
study at school. During- the patt year we have had
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hitf rtstiri'' i ew
Clmia (i.. c e T
Children and adults torturad by
barns scalils lujarlos eczema or skin
diseases may assure instant rollef by
using DeWltt's Witch Hazel Halve. It
la the great Pile ivfrfledy. J Wheeler
Sooner or laU-r every part oi the map will U ac!i vm sotm tlii' It has u-t bee l
HKYIHKI) to show all new railroads etc up to dan- Kadi mU i- m1J by the publishers
at 5 whtn mounted on cloth but we liav.' s'cuu-d a hci 1 1 e.l'iioii pnuted on extra
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 69, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 19, 1898, newspaper, February 19, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74159/m1/3/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.