The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 4, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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TIIE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
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Trains to anit from Guthrie make connec-
tion at Oklahoma City
Make close connections at Kl Heno lor
points on the Hock Island north and south.
Tot rates anil Information apply to
J V. HOLDKN.TranicManaKer
South McAlester I. T.
O. M M. ELLSWORTH
Agent Oklahoma City
Traveling Freight and l'assciiger Agent
nirlahr.ms Hllv. II . T 1
DR. A C HIXON
Sprnal attention given to
Crown and Bridge Work
Also irregularities of tlie
Ofkk'k Ovar HoUch'a Hlioe Storo cor-
nor Klrat nnd Oklahoma.
L HOTS BUXTON M. D.
GUTHRIE O. T.
All Medlnal and .Surgical dlaenaea of
Kyo liar Nso anil .Throat.
thhomas a. white
VnbhlnHton D. t:
oora lii-t-4 Atlantic lialiatne.
Ulnlng Land and Patent Law a Specially
ATHON K. OOLKMAN
Lund and Pntont Attornoy
WashlnRton D. U.
Washington Loan and Trust lll'dg.
XKFKKKNCrcS-Hon. M. V. Allen U. S. Sell-
ate Hon. I.afe Pence Klnderhook N. V.
Hon. JohnU. Hell. H 0.1 Hon J. D. Qlckt
TJKANIC II. OltOBTlIWAITK
WnBhlnKton D. C
1120 V Street N. W.
-fctr.ii -lattice a specialty.
IAOMIItebetah l.jdge Ko. I. I. O 0. v..
m.pti Merv Thursday evffnlnr at 7:10
In Odd Fellows ball In the Weinberger' build
lag- Visitors welcome.
MATTIK 110UUHTY N. O.
KATIE McWKTHY Sec"v.
GTJTIUUK Camp No S Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday nlitht In the
K of 1'. hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
come J 11 TOWKHS Clerk.
WM U IIP. (JOKY. Con Com
OTJTIIRIE LODGE NO.
A. F. ft A. M. HeKUlar meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
In each month at 8 o'clock
All brethren cordially in-
vited to attend.
H F ARDEKY Sec
A J COKKINS. W. M
QUTHKIE Lodge No. I A O. U. W. meet
Thursday evenings of each week at 7:80
tn Victor block corner First and Harrison
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
L. N UUMBHKIt M. W.
a J TUOHY Hecorder.
QDTHH1K Lodge No. t II ol 1'. meets
every Monday at 7:30 in their hall
In the Victor block corner First and Harri-
son. Visiting knights Are always welcome
J. rODCAUT M. Of V. and li. of It S
IOltU Meets every Tuesday night In K
Kofi" hall- Visiting chle.s always wel-
come M. II. OIIKIIKY. Chief of Kecords.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. . I O O F. meeli
Monday night of each week at 7:!0. Vis
ltlng Odd Fellows always welrome
" ' W S COOl'KR. N C.
O VT. DRUGS Sec'T lock box 17.
OKIAHOMA KncampmentNo. I I. O. O. t
meets every Tuesday evening In Odd
Fellows hall at 7SS0. Ail vtsltlng patriarchs
WeIC0 KBRDINANIJ KITTHRUWQU a l
H. L. STHOUOH. ScrtBi
HAItTKANFT Circle No. a La 'tea of the
O A It Meets nrst and thlnl week ol
every month la Maxoolc Hall ultors are
KLIZAHUTH bTUOUUH I'res
LOUISA OILHKltT. Sec.
HAKTUANtn' IKJST No 3 II A K -Meets
on ttrat and third Saturday- In raUi
month at 7 3U p. m la urobate nud luiis
Visiting c.iardd.- alwavx weicuinc
J C KUMThtt. V C
M L. MOCK. Adjutant.
OTOAL HBNEFIT TO LAD1KS. We
furnish employment procure help; buy
tsll or exchange fancy articles sovelty
roods periodicals etc.
VfOUEN'S INFORMATION HD11EAU
Room MLyoa Ill"Ck.
Cor. Harrison aud Division
VW No. 4. Meli Wcdn.sdav . w ulnK of
each week at o clock ai K tt 1 hall. Tu-
tors are welcomed
MARY IIARNKY Clerk
MAOOIR RHOUKIs W o
Unit unit Hay.
I will pay 27 cents a lushel for good
oaUi aud 87 per ton for p.-tmp hay do
vorcd at my camp on the north line
the town of Chandler.
B. 11 SrKNOk-B Contractor-
I'll HONOLULU' UP TUP WAR.
IVminry 21 Inmtrrcctlon breaks
out hi tlirre of Cuba's six provlnocfc.
March 1 Fourteen hundred ndJI-
lional Spanish troops sent to Cuba
March 3l-(leneral Antonio Mnceo
proclaimed ootnmantler of tho insur-
(rent army April IS. lHorCrombet In-
siirKont leader killed nt I'almprito.
April 14 Captain General Cnjolln
displaced by Onmpos.
Mar 11 Ilatlle of (luaulanainot too
Spanish kille by Insurgents undor
May IS Insurgents nmko imtiortaut
captures at Itayamo.
May 19 Insurgent leader Joso
Marti killed at IKw Uon.
Mnv 21 (lensrnl (lammt nml 7IM1 onv.
ntrfr rt)ii)neU nt Itlos.
iNOveinuer 17-ueucrai ftiacno nenv
SinU Clara with 1.000 men ilefcnts
3owi Spanish troos.
Deei'inber 23i-c;aiiipos (10 000 man)
meets 1 1 mes (7000 men) and is re-
pulsed with great lcsses
February 10 Weyler displacofi Cap
tain Ucncrsl Cninpos.
I'Vbruary H ISI)?hteen tlioilsnnd
new Spanish troops sent into the fiolil.
Keiirusrv 17 Werler Irhiipii IiI ro-
March t - I lie trocha is established
April II MbCco crosses tlie trouiin
with I mst men and drives buck tlie
.Inly !i 11- ifoines wins the battle of
Nsjttsa after fifty honr'R fiKlitinjf
October 1 The rebellion up to this
time liss cost Spain 93300001)00
November H Heavy losses to Span-
ish forees in I'inar del Hio
ltroeiuber General Antonio Ma
eco killed by treachery.
Ueceinber 10 Uenerul Kins Uovera
August s lVemlor Cnnovasof Spain
October 2 Weyler recalled by the
Sagastti Liberal minister on prossure
from Unitotl (States.
November '.'7 Decree from govern-
ment at Madrid granting autonomy to
January at United Slates battle
ship Maiue ordurud to Havana on a
I?bruar$ 101)0 Lome Spanish mln-
itlor. roeulloil for unwiirriuited per
Oimiltlofl relleutinif on l'rotildent Mc-
Ii'ubruary 15 Tlie United States bat-
tle ship Maino blown up in Havana
harbor and 'flfl lives lost.
February 17 United Stutcs board o(
lonuiry on llio lose of tho Maine ap-
pointed. Februrry Jo Spanish cruiser Viz-
cayn auchors oiT Ntaton Island N.Y.
Fobrnury M Spanish board of In-
quiry reports the dostruction of the
Maino an accident of internal origin.
Maruli 0 Emergency bill r0 million
dollars for United States coant de-
March 8 The president sends a
message with tho Maine report to eon-
gross. April 9 General FiUliugh Loo and
other consuls leavo Cuba.
April 11 The president sends amos-
sage to congress recommending armud
intervention in Cuba.
April 15 War department orders
regular troops to tho coast.
April IS The intervention resolu-
tions passed by the senate.
April I'.i The house passes tho in-
April 10 The president prepare an
ultimatum to Spain demanding the
evacuation of Cuba within three days
April SO Tho Cuban resolutions
signed by the president.
April .'0 The Spanish minister l'olo
y llsrnabe asks for his passports.
April Jl The United States minis-
ter General Woodford is given his
nassnorts in Madrid.
April St Spain's sevoranco of dip-
lomatie relations hold to be a declara-
tion of wkr.
April 11 North Atlantic squadron
sails to blockade Cuban port.
April 22 First shot fired when the
United States gunboat Nashville cap-
tures the coast trader Ititena Ventura.
April 22 President's proclamation
to all nations declaring tho blackade
of Cuban ports.
April 2 Tho president's call Itsuod
tar 15S.000 volnntoers.
April 81 Spain's first shot at United
States from masked batteries at Ma-
tanas on the United States gunboat
April 20 -President's proclamation
issues on Spanish vessels in American
April 27 The United States Aslatie
Squadron sails from Hong Kong to
meet the Spanish ileet nt the I'bllip
April 27 United States cruisers
New York Cincinnati and Monitor
l'uritau silence the batteries at Ma
April 27 Portugal declines to ob-
serve the neutrality law by harboring
the Spanish Meet at Cape Verde.
April 87 The United States Terror
capture UiQ Spanish steamer Childo.
April 8S United States gun boat
Newport captured tho Spanish sloop
A pril 88 Spanish forU at Cabanas
demolished by guns of the ilug ship
May 1- Spanish rleet under Admiral
Monteji defeated and destroyed by
United States squadron Commodore
A man named Alien living in Shaw-
nee. attempted to kill lite wife last
Thursday by eutUng liar throit with
a razor. She tailed for holp and au
officer anived in time to save her II f .
S Infant Food
JQ A Pewect Substitute Fob
VJ HOTHEHS MUK. FOR 46 W
O Years the leading brand.
S1 "INFANT HEAL7H"stTFRE. V
HYMD(NSeoMlUl0. stwrcM. W
. ltudolph IiliiilKui In the Deutsche
llBvtte tells selho slbrics about l'rinra
Dlsmnrck that hajo hbt beeil told iri
rloWll before lu Mayt 186(J. nlsmnrclt
then only Counti Vas passing through"
Unter don Llntlcri When lie heard be-
hind him JHe report of A reVolVer. U6
turmM dUinkly nroitml ahil 8ttv n
joung nihii- Ferutnnnd FllliKl It Ivns
nlinlng at hint Vrlth the s.Ul bmuIJng
lilstol. lllsniarck rnh townril the innin
Knd solred th8 Itrtlll! Ill WlllBll ho lielil
the rorolvof ntlil Wttll the other" iihmt
he Rrnspeil the nsfliwialn'ii lllitmt Tln
hitter IioWppi1 hail tlllle tt silt) his
pistol tills lh(i tillipf Jmltil nhil shut
thre tinier In (julek niipuislmi Hiv
liisi'olt fult lilmseif wouililpd In the
shoulder and Injured In one of his ribs
IIKINO MC18 TO BACH OTHBH. -i
From Ally Blopor. 43
. "Oh wero those your teeth In the
"No darling porhnps thoy were Liz-
zie's; but why don't you take them?"
but ho hold his assailant fast until scv-
joral soldiers ran up and secured him.''
'Tlion lllsniarck walked quickly to his
Iioujo wliti li he renrhod long before
any report of the affair got there. Tlie
Conutess it appeared had sitoral enll-
ers when her husband enino In. He
greoted them nil plensnntly and nsketl
to ho excused for a fow minutes on ac-
count of n pressing engagement. There-
upon he ictlred to the next room and
rapidly wrote out an account of the
attempt on his life which he tent to
tho King Thon returning to the
drnWtng-room he Jolted lu his usual
way a limit his uiipuuetuairty nt lun-
cheon and ate with a good nppetlte.
jWhrn the meal wns finished ho went
to tho Countess kissed her wished
hor "mshlzeit" In the old Germon way
'and added: "You see that I tun quite
well don't youT" She sturod nt him
whereupon ho addad:. "Yw you mtutr
n't bo anxious my child. Somobotly
has shot nt me but it Is nothing at
The most persistent creditors and
bad-(feht collectors In the world arc
snld ti be those of India lt Is not un-
common lnr them to literally live up-
on the doorstop of a debtor for days at
it time. It is tho custom for tlie dun
to sit at tho door of hit victim's tent
and allow no ono to go out except by
his sanction. During this solge ht
noli her eats nor allows his dobtor to
eat Tills starvation is kept up until
either the debt Is paid or the creditor
gives up the siege in which case the
debt is romddered cancelled.
'1 he laws by which this common
practice is regulated aro well defined
Not even tho chief governors of the
country are oxetupt from It. When
th debt Is large or tho case In some
othei way important it Is the custom
for a number of collectors to surround
the tent and sometimes even the bed ol
the debtor to twite sure he takes no
a msAL knomIii joicw you
From Ally Sloper. l u
"Do you know directly I found out
the girl's name I Sued her."
"Sued her! What for?"
'"OecBpse everybody els oftlled her
Susan to" be suro."
food. Tlie law however requires as
a matter of fairness that the collector
should not oat during the siege so the
strongest stomach wins. New York
If a man falls so as to strike his head
violently on the Ice or on the paVe-
mout or It he gets a blow over hie
aye he Is said to "see stars." The
Cause of this curious phenomenon Is
feunJ in a peculiarity of the optic
nerte The function of that nerve Is
to convey to the brain the impreseton
at light. It recognizes nothing In the
world but llgfrt. It Ib susceptible to no
other impression or. If acted upon by
any other agent it communicatee to
the brain the intelligence of the pres-
ence of that agent by sending along its
fiber flashes of light only. Irritate this
nerve with a probe or other instrument
aud it. conveys no sensation of pain
hut simply that of luminous sparks.
1 he pain of the blow on the eye or the
fall on the head U realized through the
ueres of cooeral sensation; kuu.instis.
eptibls to pain or other feeling the
optic nerve sends to the brain Its re-
port of the shock by flashes sparks and
"stars." London MalL
Utility of Bhsep.
In liastern Australia 100000000
jheep now II nd sustenance in a "-
gton which thirty years ago was a
saady desert. The sheep gradually
trampled the soil Into firmness so that
It now grows a dengo mass of vegeta-
tion. Strjud is talking oi baying a bfg
Foirthof July celebration and Ib flg
url ng on having 2u ooo people.
WITM THE HORSES'?
The Kentucky Futurity closed with
717 entries 220 of whlrli aro from Kom
turky. 83 from New York 31 from Mns
snehusetts 51 from Ohio 31 from I1II
nols 30 from Pennsylvania 28 front
Mirhlgan 28 from New Jersey 22 from
Montana 22 from California. 15 from
'leniipssee and 16 from Missouri. Illgb
up nmnng nominators are I. V. IIark
.ness I'atchen Wilkes Farm; W. It
Allen. Marcus Daly J. Malcolm Forboa
.John 10. Thayer William Simpson F
C. Snyles Fred. I'. Olcott and II. G
McDowell. The breeders of tho coun-
try are partial to the Kentucky Fit'
Hanover who was a big money win-
itier when on the turf heads the list ol
winning stallions In 1S07. His get
chief among which was Hamburg wor
$116110; second to Hanover Is Imp
Order $71770. Hanover Is fourteen
years old and carries some good old-
fashioned blood. His sire Hindoo
was got by Virgil (son of Vandal hj
Imp Olenode) out of Florence by Iex-
ington and his dnm Ilourbon Hella
was got by Imp. Itonnlo Scotland out
of Kiln D. by Vandal. The form and
blood whleh get to the front on tho
track command success In the stud.
KngUnd may boast the only wo-
man trainer of race horses. Sho is an
English woman Mrs. Chuloner the
Svldow of n onco prominent Jockey and
'trainer in ISngland and Irelnnd. She
took up her life work when her hus-
band left off and mado an enviable rep-
utation in horse circles would-be pur-
chasers of horses often seeking hei
There will be n number of Canadian'
horses In the Ornnd Circuit this year.
One from which something Is expected
Is tlie chestnut gelding Jardiue by Su-
perior owned by John Forbes of Farry
Sound Ontario. This gelding started
twice last yonr won third money both
times nml forcod Suronn to trot at
'tho Hamilton trnck In 2:10. Ho will
start In the Illue Hill Stakes of $3000
.for 2-30 class trotters at Head villa.
RACING AT WASHINGTON.
At Wushington on April 19 t)-'
chief event will bo tho Congressional
Stakes for two-yonr-olds; $100 added;
penalties and allowances; four fur-
longs. The event hns attracted nn en-
try of thirty-five. Tlie card for the
samo date also includes the Maryland
Hurdle Handicap which has II lied very
jWGll. The Federal Stakes for three-beRr-olds
is set for decision on Apill
31. It closed with twonty-four entries
(tnd promises to furnish n good race.
The twelfth nnd Inst day of tlie meet-
ing Is likely to bo tho most slgnillcsut
from n breodlng nnd racing standpoint
frho card Include tho First Washing-
ton Nursory of $1000 for which llioro
will bo a largo nccoptnnco; the llen-
nlngs Stooplechaso Handicap of $300.
and the big event of the mnnting the
Washington Handicap for three- cor-
plds and upward; one mile.
The typo of raun produced by rowing
nt tho American universities Is some-
what different fruin the Ungllsh. With
all the pluck and strength that any of
his ICugllsh rivals can boast ho hui
yet to learn that calm nud unrullled
aspect with which an old l.eander oar
will step out of his hoat-hoiiBe Into hi;
scat and start as happily for ruclng
as for a practice paddle. Your young
American Is so ter.-ibly In earnest. He
is handicapped b) conditions of woath-
or unknown o3 this vide which ne-
cessitate n very long and mechanical
training that Must Wnd to wear out
nerves which are always nt full ten-
sion. He is somewhat shorter and
more "slouklly built" too than our
men and tho amount of gymnasium
work ho doj produces a development
of arm which only Muttlebury on this
side citu hope to equal. The present
writer has rowed with the captain of
tho Yalu boat on the Thames and with
'nearly ery member of tlie Harvard
crew of 1807 on their own waters. He
cau tuitify to tho neatness of their
foim is much as to the keenness of
thulr 8po.7.smaiishlp. Iiut until Lett-
msiui went over they weie overdone
ulth the minute Instructions of their
.ouchotf and they neer got half the
piactke in racing that they ought to
have Hut they will soon get lt and
tiny will soon learn to swing and use'
thi'lr legs rnslead of slamming down
heir sides with n straight lmck and
.lulling their ours in with their arms.
Mid when they have learned that they
will be the hardest crewi to heat that
. have ever met. St James's Oa-
'1 lie- Tuautietli Ci-nliir)- ll'lir
! "Darling" he said and a pained ex
presslon came over his delieately-tlnt-ed
face as he spoke "darling now
'that we are marrtml can I can I ask
!you to glvo up something for my
( A frown- pott led uiioii her usually
"What is it little one?" she asked
j kindly enough however.
"Would you would you stop smok-
ing these horrid cigars? They make
Sthe curtains smell so much you know
Aud the strong womau taking his
little hands in hers promised.
The Touring Club de France Is about
to issue a cycling vocabulary printed
In different languages and Including
words not to be found in gritting
It is reported that the Pott fjjuce
nepartfltest of New South WfUas will
smk general use of bUn'stes in distrib-
uting msiht. In his estimate the Post-'
HMuttsr asked for 1000 for hlsyeles
for telegraph luMaengem
One of the drills a Herman military
cyclist performs is to take his machine
to pieces and put It together again. The
Idea is to teach the riders the eonstrut
tion of the wheel to better qualify
them to make repairs in ease of aeci-'
The Crystal Palace of Iondon ae-
eomuodau more people than any
other building in the uorhl. It will
bold 100000 person.
AN OPEN OFFICE.
The members of the loeal typo-
graphical union having violated their
contract with the Leader Printing
Company notlee Is hereby given that
the Letdor news and Job departments
aro nojr aud henceforward will be
"open Work at the scale heretofore
pbtainlug will be glvon to competent
;uftn vf bother union or non-union.
LKADKlt Pill.TTlNO Co.
Quthrie June 1.
!n (h- Sort She TUonidit
The suporlntondcnt of aJiospltnl late-
ly related the following dialogue with
a female out-pntlont:
"I beg your pardon doctor" sho
said nudging up to mo nnd speaking
In n sort of stngo whisper "but do
you think I ought to go on being a
"Why not my good woman" I asked
Jokingly. "It it ngrcos with you I
see no objection. You don't think your
broken nrm was caused by want of
meat do you?"
"No doctor it isn't that; but"
nnd she whispered still more mysteri-
ously In my enr "thoy toll mo I've g"t
haricot veins In my logs nnd I wcr-
dered If It had anything to do with
my eating beans."
Nnllilnn; I.lko n fSnail Dlrtlnnnry.
"Fathor" said his son. looking up
from a book "what Is pride?" J
"Pride?" returned tho father. "Prldo?
Why a oh surely you know what
pride Is? A sort jf being Btuck up
a kind of well proud you know.
Just get the dictionary. Thnt's tho
thing to tell you oxactly what It Is.
There's nothing like a dictionary.
"Here it is" mid the lattor. after1
an exhausting search: "'Prllo be-
"Urn yoe. that's It" repllod tho
father. "Hutwell look at 'proud.'
Thnt's the way. "You've got to hunt
these things out my lad." :
"I'vo got lt" answered Johnnie.1
"Pro pro pro 'proud having)
"That's It. There you are ns clonr
as day. I toll you Johnnie thoro Is'
nothing like a good dictionary whon
you aro young."
Tho little daugiitor of a cortnln mimi-
cal critic was ovorhenrd the othor day;
entertaining a visitor while her mothor
was out of tho loom.
"And do you like music too?" asked
tho visitor politely.
"Oh yes. Indeed" replied tho child
with ns nonr nn npprouch to her fath
er's mnnnor nH sho could mnnnge. "I'm
'spclally fond of opera."
"What operas do you Hko?" asked
The child hosltntml. Then sho re-
covered her grown-up nlr.
"Oh" she said cnrolossly "my favor-
ites nro 'Lohlndutchman' nnd 'Tho
Flying Grin.' "
Tli- milium I'lrlurr Fn.I.
A schomo for using Gibson plcturos
(and It may bo hlntod that this fad
has been so overdone that lt Is show-i
lug signs of passing) Is to arrnngo
small oncn In nrtlstic groups on n
squaro of dollcntoly tinted paper har-
monizing with tho prevailing tint of
ho room. For a pink room n shoot
of pink glazed pnpor Is usod an odgil
oft that givon tho effoct of a frame.
On this tho picturos aro pastod and
t is then nttnehod to tho wall by moans
;f tiny gilt thumb-screws doing nway
Ith the tearing or blowing off of those
Icturos when less iiocuroly fastened to
IIimv (ho U)-cnlK( Tlrcn.
People speak of tholr eyes being
tired moaning that tho rotlna or seeing
portion of tho oyo Is fatigued; but suoh
Is not tho case as tho rotlna hardly
5vor gets tlrod. The fatlguo Is In tho
nner nnd othor muscles nttnehod to
he pyeball and tho musclo of ac-
ny is gardening anil ho varies lt by
cmmodntioii which surrounds tho Ions
if the eye.
When a near object Is to be looked
it this muscle relaxes and allows the
'.ms to thicken increasing its rofrnc-
)i y power. Tho injor and outer mus-
ics are used In oovorlng the eye ori
ihe object to be looked at the Inner
me being especially uned when n ncar
:bj"ct is looked at. It In In the three
muscles mentioned thnt the fatigue Is
foil and relief Is Aecured temporarily
by closing tho eyes or gazing nt far-
I'lKlnut objects. Tho usual Indication
f slialn is a rodnees of tho rim of the
eyelid betokening a congested state ot
he Inner surface nccompanlod by
-irue pain. Somotlmps this weariness
indicates the neod of glnssos rlghtly
idapicd to tho porson and In other
ases tho truo romedy Is to rub the
cyo and its surroundings ns far ns may
be with tho hand wot In cold water.
Till Doit lltli .11 i lie'
A man at Narbonne France lost n
100-frano nolo In n funny way recently
He was In a rostnurnnt nnd took the-
note from his pocket to pay for his
dinner whon ns tho note lay upon tlie
table a gust ot wind flopped it Into
Taking lt out he placed It on the
edge of the tablo to dry whence it
slipped tj the floor.
Just then along camo n hungry lit-
tle poodle and sniffing at the note
he got a good whiff of the gravy
snatched up the paper and swallowed
IL The owner of tho note then sued
ihe owner of the poodle fur 100 franes
uid the courts have decided that the
latter must pay.
Round sandwiches seem to be more
In vogue at the moment than the oo-
long or diamond shape. An ordinary
biscuit-cutter shapes them. An appe-
tizing lining for those made of brown
bread is cucumber or water-cresses
dipped In mayonnaise A good salad
to alternate with caviare as an appe-
tizing first course. Is shrimp with a
light covorlng of aspic a pinch of
Cayenne pepper sprinkled over It.
Kii-uU-r ctf Modern I.iikiiukom
It Is stated that there are substan-
tially 500000000 parsons speaking col-
loquially "ne or another of te chief
modern languages and of these about
25 per cent or 124.000000 persons
speak English. About 90000000 speak1
Russian 75000000 German 66000-
000 French 41000000 Spanish M-
poo.OQO Italian and 12000000 Portu-i
guess. From these figures. It upperi
11 the mors "remarkable that two-i
thirds of all the eorrespondenre which
passes through the Post Office Js lu
As fsr ss cahwIaUons can decide the
i mperature of Mmets la believed to b
2000 times flersor than that ot red-hot
Cum' Lift II lilt Hum Vvntfurt.
The Ottawa Chautauqua assembly
Foreat l'ark Jhu II to -'t tM. One
fare for round trip. TlckeU on Mile
June 11 11 ami II. IhcImIvp gol U
return until June 97 ISM. Thu Santa
l'e la the bt Una to the awmbly
grounds station only half a bleak
away. 1'artieulur an applleatlon to
A. J. Corking agent A. T. & H. V.
A flromin'D tournament will be hold
at Kl Rono on July sib
St Louis k Sun FrnnciHrn Kail
Ihe moit Popular ltoute to
Ami All Points EAST.
This Is the only Lino to the famous
Tho curatlvo properties of whoso
wators havo no equal on tho American
Continent and tho grandeur of adjac-
ent scones Is similar to th at of Colorado
UK StIRK v lieu buying your tlokoU
to soo thoy aro routrd via Arksnss
Clly or Wichita and tho FRISCO
PULLMAN Pnlaco Sleeping Cars tho
finest in tho world alto Reclining
Chair Cars and Coaches In all through
Any other Information will bo ehcor
fully furnished by tho undersigned.
II. F. YOAKUM (lou'l Vgr.
St. Louis Affe.
GEO. T. NICUOLSON 0. P. A.
St. Louis Mo.
11. F DUNN T. F. & P. A.
Fort Smith Ark.
Unliko Any Othor.
Convertible Option Policies
With Limited PnyniontH.
A form of Insurance improved lu the
light ot modern experience having all
tho morlts of tho older plans of life
Insuranco while Invented wtlh th
virtues of cxaot equity In the event ol
Simple In Terms. Liberal in
The 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 arc Nonforfeitable Af
ter Three Years.
The Connecticut Indemnity
Agents wanted for Oklahoma and
T.J. L0WK. MnnnBor.
J. B. FAIRFIELD
The best grades ol Coal al-
ways in store. The McAlester
a specialty. Prompt delivery
rarOflice and yards 605 W
Harrison Phone 20
N. H: STURGiS
Complete Cotton Ginning Outfits.
Prom wagon to bale set up ready for work
including boiler and engine. Gold jnedal
awarded at Worldb Fair and DallaB Btate
N. H. STURGIS.
The Mistletoe Bar.
105 West Harrison Avenue
NEXT DOOR TO WELCOME GROCERY.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best G6ods
in Stock all the Time.
FINE BILLIARD PARLOR.
OSCAR HAMILTON. Manager
tatXX 3Bkj jrcdfMoxa
105 N. FIRST ST.
All kinds ot difficult Bicycle
repairing. First class Vul
canizing work done by an
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Agents for Willis' wheels.
Ten row wheels for rent.
Give us a call.
KlrM published In the Dully Loader April
In tlie dUtitct court of tliu county of l.o
Kan and Territory of (iklahoma-
Loiiii K l'ltti. plnliitKT against Joseph
I. Young dufttiidunt.
The mid defendant Joseph L YounR
will tak notice that he tin" neon sued In
the district court of the county of LoRnn
and Territory of Oklahoma by tho ab&vo
mimed pl&lntfir l.ouu K. 1'ltts nnd that
ho mint answer the petition Qlcdbys&ld
ii'nlntllT nit&lnit him In said court on or
before the 31at duy of May A. I) 1804 or
n&ld petition will be taken n truo and
Judgment rendered accordingly to Wit:
Judgment finding and decreeing the plain-
tl IT to be tlie nlnoluto owner In feo Rlmplo
of lots i timbered twmitj (SO) twenty-one
(SI) and twenty-two 3i In block number
forty-nine (IU) In that Mibdlvbdoii of tho
city of (iiithrle known a Capitol Hill In
tlie county of Logan ami Territory of
Oklnhnmn. nnd further adjudging that
snld defendant linn no right title or tutor-
or est therein whatever.
l.oniH K. l'lrrs Plaintiff.
Attcal M C IIaut
C lerk Il-trlct Court.
ItKMKMIIKU. tills advertisement Is of
Interest to you wnu have frlonds resting
lu tlio tomb. His a home establishment.
shipping direct from the quarries mnrhlo
and Krnnllo nnd manufacturing In this
city. Foreign ngnnts show you a large
line picture ami nsx you to sign a binding
order for n poor design and grado at dou-
bio price covering their wages and ex
ponse. Think of 111 wo will duplicate
liny of thnlr work from 20 to 60 per cont
loss. All the work dono In the (lutbrlo
cemetery (omo weighing upward of twr
tons was dono by us. Notice tho namii
cut on tho bases.
Cured in Ono Niht.
Chnrles II. Couucllc Hsq. leading
lawyer of York I'a. says: "Your Ura-
zilinu Halm cured -.ne of otic of the worst
colds I ever experienced in one night
I t'llnk it the (reateiit medicine in the
market and you cuu use my name any
way you like.
Tailoring doming and Repairing.
Dyeing a Specialty.
120 First Strcot - . Guthrie O. T
T. 0. Jlox !:5 Oullirlo 0. T.
PHOT E 05
And the Bent
Whiskies Wines and Brandies
Liqnora Tit For a King.
"Hpoclnl Hruw" Tor Family Uso
24 lJoltleB for $1.
PHONI NO. X.
siuions iiiiii it Yard
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 4, 1898, newspaper, June 4, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74246/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.