The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 69, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 19, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR ABSTRACTS LOANS AND INSURANCE SEE W. M. BRONSON REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
tfiiU Joiri O;liiioi lit ii iim(r of
iiijiorfiiiif Cit .Vrrrol Tux
The Oklnhoma supremo ootirt. Chief
tiiA rtnio nd An"lntpn McA'co.
' erer Keaton and Tftrsnoy on ihe
neb convened at 11 o ciock yemer-
; y morning and handed down a b&leh
In tho noted cuali.&Uon casos lho
atlous to renew the formor petition
r rrhearlne wero ordered stricken
om tbo flics and mandates dlrocted
tlie lower courts.
In the matter of Harper S. Cunning-
its receiver of National Hsnk of
tthrle against tho United Slates Ka-
jnal bank tho renewal of the motion
such receiver for petition for re-
aring waB ordered stricken from the
es and ho was given sixty days from
.nuary 1 isos to perfect his appoal
tho supreme court of the I'nlUd
Sweot ot al vs Hoyil et al Is an sc-
an by U W llord and others by In-
notion aga'tist the tresurer and
iard of county commissioners of Urcor
unty to restrain tho collection of
rritorlal and county taxes for the
ar 1800 on cattlo and othor personal
foporty situated in tho county of
ecr on the 1st day oi reoruary jnwo
cause Oreer county was at that time
i organ red county of tho State o
utas The court holds that the pass-
g of territory from the United States
a stato is a legislative and not a
dlolal funei i in and can only be oxer-
led bv congress and thn therefore
o dens-on giving Oreer countv to
ilaboma nlatcs back to May 2 180
.d tl at property in taid county on
bruary 1 180 might be subjected
taxation unrfer the laws of Okln
ma Territory Tho decision aUo
'.ds that "where a parly invokes the
er of i. court of equity to ro.isvo
rn from the payment of a tax ho
ust not only show that there has
sen a Jepirturoln manner or tlmo
om th procpcdlo s provided for the
sedsmenl levy or collection of tho
jc or an omission In the procedure
t he must show tha. such 'lrnriuro
omission aflocti tho ground vrork
3d substanca of tho procedure and
Teats tbo justico or merits of tbo
aim on tbc part of tuo public and in
irlousiy affects his substantial rights
court of equity will not lend its aid
Injunction to restrain tho collee-
on of taxes because of mero lrregu-
rltics In tha tax proceedings which
d not inlnro the substantial rights of
la tbe c iso of tho Topoka Commer-
al Secu tty company against the
sard ot County Commissioners of
kloboma. tbo supremo court reverses
K Aicclsloti of tho lower court and
I ids that "tho law of this territory
ulch provldos for thn taxation of lots
it deeded which it bold io designate
iat species of property which an oi
jpant of a lot upon a government
mnslto in ill's territory has in tbfl
; it and its improvements after tho
itry of tho land at tbo government
ad office and its segregation from
io public domain Is not In violation
those parts of tho organic act of
lis territory which provldo that no
1 tw of tho territory 'hsll bo pasrd
torierlng witn tno primary dis-
osal of the soil ' and 'no tax sha'l be
nposcd on 'jo nroperty of tho United
states.1 and such proporty Is subject
hi taxation under the territory law
i nd tho holder ot a valid deed trans-
erring to him tho proporty In pay-
eat of delinquent tsxs lovicd upon
I'jcI) lot holds tttlo paramount to that
ranted tuo iioirs of tno occupant
Ia? o property has been sold and ron-
od lor taxes 1 arsi.oy dlssonting
in Maud llroolc vs. liayloss ot tl
om Kay county an nation t j recovrr
1 arsonal propyl ty an! damages In
hich 1 idgmeut wai given f ir iilaui-
llff the judgment iu oouit belor; wa
Moses J. Hotelier vs. R'dge Whit
)ck frjm Canadian county action
ir slander In wbloh judgment was
btiined by puiniur in the kuui o'
100 tho verdict s afllrmrd
J V Wlnansvi (1 A Klndler anr1
rlino IJtcdltr from UkMntim eoii
nctlon In ini luntlon. j ldcmont "'
tno lower court affirmed Tbh dec'-
.on Is to tho eff ot that a homestead
Jttlcr who makes improvements ani
hoso entry is aftorwards cancelled
nay romovo his improvements also
(iat an injunction should not br
granted whore tlo law affords an ado
E P lllack vs. W P JaokBon action
f 1 r 1 . 1l lsn fnm 1I"n r. . n h n t i . .1 .
pent of tho trial court &(llrmedKca
ran and McAtco dissenting.
in aoiooi un.ua Licnsltig Hoard re
1 li nKl.n fc 1 - 111 1 I
it. uuiucn uk ui jruiu iiuuuvvuru
ounty tho judgment of tho district
ourt was Billrmcd This opinion holds
'iat the governor secretary and audi
3r ot Oklahoma as tho board for
basing public lands is not authorized
leaso any ot said lands for a longer
iriod than threo years consequently
moot accept an application to lease
portion of said lands for a period of
I o years and thereby compel tho per-
! ns maklnir such asnlicalion to com-
Hv with the trtris and enndillnnt
'In tbo caso of P M Jay vs August
jlssness adiin in Hectmont from
iogan county tho judgment obtained
ussnots against j av and othors In
jo dlstr ct court was aUlrmed
Agrlcu! uai and Mechanical Colloce
i. Charles h Willis uud UilUmK.
iradford. from Pnyue county is an
lion I'roug.it tor work performed on
f0 colletro lulld'ntf Tho onlnion
holds that tho csllego is strictly a
iioiia or quasi corporation and can-
ot In tho abionce of oxpross statu-
ary authority thereof bo sued and
hat no such authority exists in the
In Tfatne? Prick vs. J. N and llille
r.'nolds. an action upon two promis-
rv notes and to forooloso real estate
mortgage from Oklahoma county
idgmont for plaiitlf in tne court ba-
tv was reversed and new tiUlor-
In tbe Q'acd Lodiro ct A O U V.
'a. Olcva Pnrman from Pay no county
lllshest Honors World' Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE.
WK Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
i Ammonia Aium or any oiler aauiitrant.
40 YEARS THE STAKDARO
In whlth judgment was rendorcd for
defendant In tho court below for
$3000 on an Insurance policy and it
tirefct for tho death o her nusuui.a
thn judgment of tho lower court was
alllrmcd. Tho caso ot Mary Kdmon-
son against the aamo organir ttlon was
Johnson et al vs Hayo. from pro-
batecourt ot Garfield county nn action
brought rgtinst Sheriu Jubnson anu
his boadauien for future to levy an
attachment In which plaintiff obtained
judgment for SS30.70. tho judgment of
tha lower court was rovorscu anu case
reminded for trial.
Wil.Uui N. Dunn vs Samuol Drum-
raond from Qarflold county reinstates
tho appoal of Administrator Dunn
from tho decision of tho probato court
zn causo is continued until next torm
and counsel given time to tile briefs
and spply for oral arguments
11 J Weeks vs John Merkle action
on I'lcgal tax deed from Norman
Cleveland county. This opinion holds
that whero a tax deed upon Us face
purports to convey proporty not con-
tiguous which was jolnt'y sold for
taxes tho deed Is Invalid.
Tho action ot tho board ot county
commissioners on tbo ofll:lal bond of
Cora V. Harvey neo Diohl as register
of deeds of Logan county reported in
S Okla 403 was affirmed.
Jcslc Ullbcrt vs. John R Slophcns
from Canadian cnuntv action in ro-
plevla and judgment given for plain-
tilt in court below vtai reversed.
In the caso of I). II. Culllns ot al ri
J. 11. Overton ot al from Orcor county
the causo was dismissed because the
record was not authenticated as re
quired by law.
The appeal or uuriuy j. liianonnru
under five years' sentenco for per jary
In Oklahoma county was dismissed on
tbo ground that tho caso madei had not
been properly served and his motion
to rolustate was overruled.
J C Potts vs Thomas Ilollon from
Kay county action of Injunction
affirmed with McAteo and Keaton dls
A W. Swopo A Son vs. Hurnliam
Uatin-f Mungor A: Co appeal from
Payno county au aclljn of replevin
judgment for plaintiff affirmed.
Uuthrle National bank vs. James U.
Gill appeal from probate court of
Logan county reversed and remanded
Symns Grocery company vs Hum-
ham Ilanna Munger A Co from Ok-
lahoma county tho decision of tho
lower court wbb affirmed.
John A Cox V6 Territory of Okla
botna under sentenco of eighteen
months for misbranding cattle was
dismissed becauso not tiken within
In Geo W. Outcalt vs. Win M. Col-
lier from Oklahoma county tho ap
peal was dismissed becauso tho nccot-
sarv parties wero not mitdo defendants
In tho appellate proceedings
In Olson vs Thompson r hearing
from Canadian county action on prom-
issory note tbe former dcclBlon of tho
supremo court reported In 48 Pac 181
In John Hutchinson vs. J. M. Canon
from Canadian county contempt pro-
ceedings held that although court
cannot imprison to exceed ton days an
offender who wilfully violates an order
ot court requiring him to pay alimony
yet such judgo or court has the power
to Imprison such party until ho com-
plies with tho ordor so mado.
II hrul Ttihrn a 11'Me 7((iiio In C7iJri(i
ImiiiiI Mttrkct Dull.
Ciiicaoo Feb. 18 Liverpool cables
wero lower at tho opening this morn-
ing and were Bgain lower at the close
this afternoon. The curb was also
lowor and callB sold at SI 09 for May
wheat puts for wheat sold at 8.1 03 U
The indications are for a lively day to-
morrow. In ono way or another tho
prospective war scare lod some to look
for a strong advance whllo othors do
not think much of It but at best It
will bo a livoly day.
Whoatoponcd off this morning about
one cent and held fairly bteady during
tho session and closed at about tbe
opening price of 81 03V
Corn was down and lower opening
under yesterday's close and with but
ilttlo dosed at 3U"ts.
Pork wont as high as 81 LIT and as
low as S10 U0 and closed at S10 OS
Tho cotton market was dull and
loscd at 50 064. the close yesterday
being SU OI1 a small advanco for tho
Lncal markets were dull with but few
offerings. Wheat and cotton steady;
tvhoat from 75c to 63c and cotton from
iiio to S'c.
IunimUel by Tarlton Commission Co. 0 ray
M'Mimter' .Vuyii(iio J'oj- I'l'jiiiary
McMasler's Oklahoma Magazine for
February is tho bcut ot tho year It
contains a vo'umo of rich historical
matter and many seasonable articles
Tho table of contents Is as follows-
"What a Privato Saw of War;" "Wal-
ker in Nicsraugua" illustrated by
General Jamison; "Territorial 1)1 -abilities"
by II U. Howard; "Ohand-
ler Okla.." illustrated; "J II. llur-
ford" and portrait; "Editorial Notes"
Tho leading feature ot tho number
Io tho first installment of General
Jcmlsou's Nicaraguan payors which
ooutatn thrilling and hlthorto unwrlt
ten reminiscences of ono of the chief
survivors of Walker's cxpodltlon. Gen
oral Jamison is an easy graceful
writor aud his account of Walkor's at-
tempt to found a now republic is as
Interesting as a Itaneroft could make
It Tho pen picture at General Walker
uttorly disproves tho generally ac-
cepted theories ot tho daring leader.
In his papers General Jamison shows
that General Walker and his followers
wore anything but a band ot maraud-
ers bent on plunder and spoliation
Hut the papers must bo read to be ap-
preciated. Tho remaining articles of
themagaztno are well wrltton and the
Illustrations exceptionally Una. The
magazine grows in intcrost and popu-
larity each succeeding month
' Hindoo Head Hunters" repeated to-
night. Rosorvad scats 33 cents.
Demonstrated by tbo lecture and psy-
chometric tctts at tho district court
room Sunday night February 20 by
Key. Matt Wiog and Mrs. Lulu D.
McParlaud. All aro cordially inyited.
An offorlng will be received.
Hull of Honor Oiid-ul .Srioo.
The following named pupils ot grade
3 Central school have been neither
absent nor tardy during tbo month
endlcg February 11: Roy Traband
Otto Humphrey Clyde Pulse Leslie
Shawcrots George Knight Hurt Moo-
ney Prod Wetland H'sle lire wer Ruth
ICarr Olga Moskedal Annie Sargent.
Mus AtKLKY Teacher.
May Submit to ii I ot.
Mi'SKOOKB I. T Fob. 18 Chief Ii-
parhecher and a number of the leaders
ot the Creek trlbo of Indians all full-
bloods aro holding a roectlct; at Ok-
mulgee the capital of tbo nation. It
is reported hero that tho Indians hare
been called together to consult refold
ing the advisability of submitting tbe
allotment question to a voto of the
raembsrs of the Creek tribe.
riTY IN HIIIKF
Co. A niatqtie ball Tuesday cvcn'ng
It you want good board Icqulro al
484 corner Oak and Vilas.
Attend tho revival service at tho M.
S. church south this week.
ft D Nlms.ot Perry wants a dopuly
clerkship undor Judge Ilalner.
"Hindoo Head Hunters" repeated to-
nlfcbt. Reserved seats 5 cents
Feed for Bale "Lots of corn foddor
worlds of straw." for aalo. II. H. Ha-
gan. LUHo'b White Pino Oough Syrup
with tar is a speolil for ooughs and
A pension inoroaso was yoitorday
granted Knoch M. Lafforty of Garber
from 9$ to SIS.
A snap A four-room cotUgr must
be sold at ouco. Part on tlmo. Inquire
of Ii. II. (lagan.
Governor Homes has written to Sec-
retary Weimar that ho will not return
to Guthrlo before Fob. S6.
Prof. Lewis L. Dyadic of the Uni-
versity of Knnsns lectured at tho Nor-
man unlvortlty last night.
For Sale A good family horse per-
fectly ssfe and gentle; One driver and
saddle horso. Chas. II. Fllson.
J. P. Mnrtin lost a bllver watch on
Thursday night. Finder please leave
at Leader oilldo and get reward
Our compound extract otsarsaparllla
Is Hindi to cure blocd disease. Hrcry
bottle guaranled. V. 11 LUlle & Co.
lidkots for the maiquerado ball.
Company A O. N. G Feb 22 aro on
alo at Pond's steam laucdry $1 per
Tho house of Mr. Wllion near Mar-
shall was wrecked by lightning one
night recently. 'lh Inmates were not
Ilert H.n-r'a little girl at Marshall
was bitten by a mad nog last Sunday
A mad stone was appllod but It failed
Position wanted by a young man; an
experienced book-keeper and account-
ant; reference glvou. Address X care
Thomas M. Thomas and Alico May
Armstrong ot Greer county eloped to
Mangum and wero married at 3:30 in
Energetics Salesman School sup-
plies; country work; 8100 salary and
liberal additional commissions. R. O
Evans & Co. Chicago.
Company A O N O. U preparing to
give a niu'qnorada ball at K. ot P. hall
Tuesday tnght Feb. 22. All masks
are subject to inspection.
Eory night thla week there will bo
services at tho M E. church south
conducted by tho pastor Rev. E. H.
Chcnoweth. All aro welcome.
Judgo S. 11. Harris was stricken
with heart failure at tho Hotel Royal
last night and for several houra his
life was despaired of. At 12 o'clock ho
Somo women were never known to
entertain and yet they are always in
on tbo ground Door when othors en
tertain. And there aro others who en
tertain without being entertained.
Our compound celery norvlno has no
equal as a ncrvo tonic and blood purl
tier and general renovator of the nvb
torn. Every bottlo guaranteed. F. 11.
Llllle &. Uo.
Mr. Gus Ritlerbusch and Miss Chris
tlna Lorcntzeu; ot Grand Island Neb.
wero married Wednesday cvonlng at
tho home of Oounty Treasurer Rittcr-
busch. Rov. Krahubuhl performed
Wanted to Rent The dining room
o! tho Cottago hotel. A family who
can do the work among themselves has
a lino opportunity to mako money.
Anply Cottago hotel Guthrlo.
WIcl 'ta Eagle: Tho report orlclnat
Ing In Oklahoma City that tho vouncr
man by tho namo ot llarncs who was
drowned In the waters of tbo Ceylon
was Ensign Karnes son of Governor
llarncs is a mistake. Ensign llarncs
is at present aboard tho warship Mich
Igan stationed on Lako Eric.
Tho service last night at tbo M. E.
church south was well attended. The
congregation is increasing. Durinir
tho weak each service Iisb scorned to
Incroaso Interost. Tho churoh mom
borship has been greatly helped. The
subject for tonight's discourso will
probably bo "Tho Seven Woes." All
are cordially invited.
Trinity church Noblo and Ilroad
stroots (juinquageslma Sunday. Sab
bath school 10 a. in.; sorvlco and scr
mon It a in.: evening. 7:30 Ash
Wednesday sorvlces 10 a in. and 7.3J
p. m Thursday St. Matthias' day.
holy communion 10 r. in and fervlco
4 pm. Friday service 4 and 7:30 p.
m. miring i-.otu uauy service at 4 p
m. Everybody wolcomc.
Trinity club decided to repeat "Tho
Hindoo Head Hunters" tonight end In
oruor to crowd the houso they have
mado the prlco of resorved seats SS
cents and gallery 10 cents. As this
opera Is decidedly tho best thing ever
givon nore the houso should bo
crowded. Tbo sacred monkey aud the
tramps aro a whole show in them
solves and tho boys say this Is posi-
tively their last appcaramo as monk
ll'm Miuillil Jn (fir Moneyf
Tho nuo&tlon of whether thu monni
derived from tho loading ot sections 10
and 30 aud 13 and 33 in the Cherokee
strip belongs exiluatvely to that part
ot Oklahoma or is a hurttairo common
to tho whole territory to bo shared
alike by all public Institutions In the
territory will be f jroed to an issue if
plans now on foot ia the strip parlU-
many in mo woBiorn part aro carried
out Laying abide the merits of the
case most persons who express them
telves want such an adjustment as will
give tho greatest good to the greatest
uumuer. ino peopio of the s rip feel
that they aro contributing more than
their share to the funds for wl 1 h the
sections wore tot asldo. They want
some kind of an equalisation but at
tuo same time as progressiva cltizns
they do not want to sacrifice In any
way the grjwh and development of
other parts of Oklahoma.
Make those long evenings ploasant
tor tbe family at home by supplying
them with good reading matter Bee
this Hat: Ladies' Homo Journal 10c
Munsey'a Magazlno 10c Demorest
Magazine 10c MoClure's Magazine 10c
Illustrated Amorloa 10a Godey'e 10c
farter's Monthly 10c Puck 10c Judge
10c. Lifo 10c Truth 5c HIack Cat 5c
Nicklo Magazine Sc Tho Owl So. We
have on sale at all time tbe leading
dally papers periodicals and maga-
zines and take subscriptions for them
to bo delivered by mail or at our
store or news stand at postofllce. P
II. Lllllo & Oo.
"Hindoo Head Hunteri"repeatcd to-
plght. Reserved beate S3 cents.
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
POPLINS SERGES. ETC.
in all the shades from 1 to 4 yard lengths. In shirt and waist length?. Ask the clerks for goods advertised. Clearing
Sale of short lengths of Colored Dress Goods beginning jflOira.txS.Or 3KKo2733li23lSE 1 lasting the
entire week. -
Dress Goods in shirt lengths waist lengths aud dress
patterns to close out !) 2
Crepons Lawns Challies Cruicle Cloth in great
variety choice for ((
French Zephyrs go in this sale' at Or
5000 yds good Dress Prints ();
LL Muslins in any quantity ()!J$
2000 yds Apron Check Gingham 0!lf ?
4000 yds Good Shirting Oil t
1500 Outing Flannels good values at 10 and 124c
sale price fl(i i
10000 yds Pillow Lace from 3 to 0 inch in widths at .00 i
We have 1L dozen Ladies' Union Medium Weight x
Suits to close out at ;) S
. o . -
and shelves and counters must be cleaied. The money tied up in our winter stock
of shoes must be released for spring and suriimer buying. That's why one dollar
here does the work of two elsewhere. Ask for the goods advertised.
Don't Fail to Attend the Sale at
Joo Monroo is down from Perry.
Mrr. Fred VVenncr was bettor yester-
day. J W. Ilall of Oklataqma City is in
T)eputy T. J. Taylor is down from
Judfjo IHeror returned to Perry yen-
Judge ICcaton returned to Oklahoma
Judgo Halnor will arrlvo from Wash-
Judgo Hurford will eomo over from
El Heno Monday.
Judgo and Mm Tarsnoy returned to
El Heno yesterday.
T. A. Lawrence ot Mangum Oreer
county is in the city.
A. II. Doadlca and wife of Perry
aro tho guests of II. L. Miller.
Mark Uackott and Thco duff ot
KansusCity aro at tho Royal.
L W. Willis P. VV. Wardwell and E
0. Marx aro hero from Ht. Joe.
Jaspor Hlpea camo up from Oklahoma
Olty ycBterday on Bohool busluots.
Jaeob DoWItt of Saiina is the guest
of his eon Al DoWItt deputy dittrlct
Will Ilench will go to Kansas City
nest week to enlist in the regular
Zaok Mulhall is sick at Kansas City
lie is suffering from rhenmatlsmof tho
W T. llotford oandldato for deputy
district clerk for Lincoln county is in
Ii P. Itrown candidate for deputy
district clerk of Payno county Is over
from tHtll water.
Mrs. Oscar Hamilton left for Car-
thage and Springflold Mo. yesterday
to visit relatives.
Mm P! 11 Kfttt nf PlnAI TOnnt In
Oklahoma City yesterday after a visit
to Miss Lett a Pentecost
Mrs. Xaek Mulhall and daughters
Misses Agues and Mildred wero down
from Mulhall yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ardery air' ved
home yesterday from Indiana. Mrs
UoberUou of Cairo III. accompanied
Mr I) O Lewis of Oklahoma City
was In the capital last night. Uo says
work Is progressing rapidly on the
Among tho Perrv peopio who at
tended tho Hindoo opera performance
last night were: W. W. Kaulds and
wjfo. If U. Moore and wife. M. O
Latta and wlfo. Mrs. P. 0. Walker and
daughter and S H. Harris.
Colonel Robert McReynolds left yes
terday for Lincoln. Neb. to look after
his landed interests. Ho will remain
there ceveral weeks and will probablv
dehror his leeturo on "llell'a llrlnk"
In ceveral Nebraska townji.
Judges Dale and
iterer and. Attor-
uey Hoffman wHl-S
to Ponca this
morning for a dueli
hunt. It Is said
jThey Are Rolling Our Way!
- . .
But you cou'd hardly expect it otherwise when you consider what a dollar will buy at the
BIG STORE as compared with other houses We are not claiming to sell merchandise
below cost or even at cost ag advertised by so-called bargain houses. We arc a perman-
em iixiure in uuiune anu arc
jjiu. inspect our nuuus itnu
We make a specialty of
heavy and medium weights
.Sup goat $!1.:J8 anil 0.7o.
iNEW BLACK AND TAN SHOES
J looo pair of Ladies' Ch-ome Kid tan lace shoes. They
Sare stylish up to date and neat fitting. All the sizes and
widths will eo in this sale at e$1.98. Spring will soon be here
tho cattlo pens nn tho reservation are
filled with millions of duche driven
tuero by northern blasts of cold and
W. S Denton one of tho leading
Democrats and distinguished lawyers
of tho West Side camo over from Knld
yostorday to attornl supreme court.
Mr. Denton sayB the freo silver forces
aro lining up for vigorous work during
the coming campaign.
Senator D P. Maruin camo in yes-
terday from Terrell without his wife.
Ho loolts halo aud hearty and bears
tho appearance of a man who Is being
well groomed and tenderly cared for.
Ho will go to Woodward today to pre-
pare a homo for his brlJe who is now
visiting her sister in Now Orleans.
Mr. W Chllson from Alma Kan.
Is at tho Occidental hotel. Mr Chllson
is selling territory for tho Jaren's im-
proved clsturn cleaner a tlmplo ma-
china which takes all the dirt out of
cisterns without removing tho water
Mr Ohilson will show tho machine In
actual uso on any cistern lu the city
and its work is perfect
Club Tal.tt .ietlon Un Tttx.
Tho Quthrlo club has passed tho fol-
lowing resolutions on county tax
Resolved That wo commend the ac-
tion of tbo county commissioners In
endeavoring to collect delinquent per-
sonal taxes and wo pledge them the
support of the Quthrlo club in their
further offotts to distribute the bin-
dens ot public expanse among thote
who participate in the benellts there
Read ved That wa nrgd upon the
commlssionera tho importance ot re-
quiring warrauts to be lisucd and
served for the collection of personal
taxos und that a fsllure ti observe
this requirement of tha law n a doro-
llotion of duty which should meet the
severe condemnation of the law abid-
ing people who pay their Uxas and
Whereas It has been roliably re-
ported to tho club that a lorge
amount of personal taxes aro now rut-
standing which could be oulleoied if a
proper effort was made be it fi rllier
Resolved That the oouuty treasurer
be requested to forthwith issue war
rants or alius warrants far the col-
lection of said taxes aud that other
warrants be issued from time to time
as occasion may require until said
taxes shall bo oolleetod. or abtolut
proof had that they aro uneolloc table.
Xolte ta tit PiilJlr.
Having made provision whereby my
wife Rtizibsth A Lyons can pay her
own bills notion is herobr glvou to all
parsons not to furnish her credit on
mv aeeount from and after this date.
Feb 18. 1898. J. S l.vo.
' Hindoo Head Hunters" repeated to-
night. Resorved seats 5 cents
Seo Smith the hill distributor.
Tho groator manufacturers
of greater United States Ger-
many and Switzerland (but not
Spain) havo been drawn on to
supply the elaborate display
of elegant dress fronts and
beaded trimmings to bo seen iu
tho large shovr window of the
Guthrlo Cash Store. Umbroid-
VJ OUID lUUHj
nere to stay. A common sense
A common sense
trices ami ue
extra size suits no trouble to
all wool Suits; good values at ?0 aud $8; ju
Overcoats at one-third value. Extra Pants go t
Light and Medium weight Ladies' and Misses' Wool
Hose worth from 85 to 50c go at 10
1800 yds Percales suitable for Children's wear
worth from 121-2 to 15c go at .7V
CLOAKS AND CAPES AT UNHKAllD-OK JL'ltlCES.
One lot of Capes in tans Green and Black woith
f rom $4 to $7 go at l.DS
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 $8
to $5 go at 08
A general Cleaning up of Heavy and Medium Weight
Goods iu this department.
Mwratv m -iSHstoh. HstSHM 0Bt.
-109 & 111 DIVISION STREET
j HAVE YOU BEEN TO
WALL PAPER SALE?
They are closing out 55T3CBO aroUULss
at prices never before
you have not you had bitter be quick about it.
V1SIU1I) IS 31Y8TKKY.
-In Oceitvicnc Iu (Irerr C'emif Jwf CUiMi
Tho Ureor County Sun of laU week
reports a atrango ocourrdneo as fol-
lows: Last Mouday night about l o'clock
Deputy Sheriff Dlclc Coffer Judvu
Standiee Editor Harry Cocke all of
Qianab arrived in Mangnm and re-
ported that on 8unduy night Messrs.
Odeu and Clayton of Cbilhcothr wore
camped on tho south sidn ot lUsd river
this side of that town. Dut ing vho
uigbt two strangers rod ti up end Mr.
Clayton took his kix-khouter nort went
out Into the daikuoto to moot t.hem.
Mr. Odn soon heard shooting and a
struggle and cries of "They havo killed
air!" from his companion Thmi the
strangers oamo to tho wagon aud told
him they had killed a man and that
be must not give an alarm .'r )eaw. tho
spot till morning or thy would kill
him and then loft As soon as they
departed he made for town for help
aud a passe ot ol'isens started for tho
spot arriving tnero about -1 o'ol 3ok
They found a pjol nf blocd bu t no
body When tbo offlcere nrrl ved
knowlcg Clayton vas nade-bond to
appear at eourt in Ulll uonuty this
term they suD04tsd a trik und
learning mat friend of Clayton .Had
camped nn the north ld of tbe rlv sr
put in on hU trail Thn tralllni) pst ty
arrived In Mautrum lat- Alondaynigh t
Tho man they were trail ing wn foun d
Tuesday but nathng wa found to
justify his arrest. Tho wholo affair e
yet a mystery.
TO UUIIU A. UOLII IN ONK DAT
Tnko Laxative Uroruo Quinine Tablets
All drugf ists rofraiU the motoy If it
fails to cure. 3S& Tho genuine paa
L. 11. Q. on caoh tKhlet.
"Hindoo Head H untors" repsatocT to-
night Rat erved heats 25 cents.
8efl $r!tb. thr bill dieUlbstor.
talk to common sense peo-
We have a few
t to clean 'em
Ktt-Wi it Si.'UAIBmflMiSEira
& fflULLER'S I
heard of in the-CrrTtorv.- it'
We are headquarters for
li 311(1 OCQ U S.
Civil lieretee liramtnatton
Tho United States civil servico com-
ralsBton has ordered that the regular
spring examination shall bo held be-
tween March 15 and April 25 1898 for
the grades of clerk-carrier in Quthrlo
Oklahoma postofllce. All applications
for this examination must be filed
with tho undersigned before tho closo
of business March 1 1803 Exact dates
for this examtnatior cannot bo given
at this time but duo notice will bo
given through tho dally papors. All
necessary information blank applica-
tions etc can bo obtained at any
tlmo by applying to
O. R. MoXTOOMKItr
Acting Secretary Local Hoard Uuthrle
Guthrie U. T.. Jan. 10 18S8.
Foaming Seething Rapids
Rushing Railroad I rains
Dashing Fire Brigades Po-
lice making arres s. Soldiers
at Drill Storm on the
Ocean and a lare number
of other interesting views
will be shown Tuesday
night at the
Reserved seat plan open at
the usual place on Morday.
Be sure and see this much-talked-of
35 and Sue
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.