The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1, Monday, June 13, 1898 Page: 2 of 4
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THK LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
Entered In the postome at Guthrie Okta.
as tecond cuts mall mailer.
Official Piper of Oklahoma Tirrltorj
I'DHLlSIinU HYTHK UtADRRPRINTlNU
f.KHI.IH II. N1HI.AUK
Official Ornnn of Oklahoma
One month delivered In cltr
One month by mall
Six month -
MONDAY. JUNK 13 1893.
HKMOl'U.tTJO TltltltlTOMM. COX.
Tho Democratic territorial convon-
tlon to nominate a Democnitlc candl
date for dologato tocongress Is hereby
called at Oklahoma City at o'clock a.
ra Wednesday July IS ISM.
Tho chairmen of each county com
mittso will mako the calls for county
conventions to select delegate and
alternates to Bald convention.
The apportionment will bo one delo-
pate for each 800 votee and malar
fraction of 200 votes cast for Hon. J.
Y Callahan at tho general election of
isyb. and ono dologate rt large from
each county. Tho follow. iff will be
tho number of delegates fro.n the ro-
ll!.tlne .... ... I
Canadian . 8
Kingfisher . .
Lincoln. ... - .
Noble .- .
Woodward - -
J. J. O'Uouiik Chairman.
Frank Stkvkns Secretary.
GiiBicn county has quarantined
against Texas fever cattle.
Tiik landing of troops nnd the cut-
ting of cablos got encored overy day.
Tiik Silver Republican convention
will be hold In Oklahoma City July 13.
Hon Ray of Woodward is preparing
to sink his congressional collier in the
entrance to l'o-ru-na harbor.
Tiik praise that McMastor is giving
Callahan Is not the kind that can be
utilized tvr campaign purposes.
Dennih Fi.ynn'h insurgents lud by
UU1 OritnoB will cxpcrioncc a hard
tloio in scouring bolllgeront rights this
JtnriK Gkoiiok Oii.vi'.u will dovoto no
time to remembering tho Maine. lie
is kept busy rememboring tho bump
In liis past political ca. oor.
Congressman Callahan has renewed
his subscription to tho Bnld Wuve and
Iscnberg is supporting the wormless
statesman for ro-oleotlon to congress.
Wiin.Ksomoof ourlinpationt patriots
are troubling their brains about carry
ing tho war Into old Spain wouldn't it
bo better to curb ilicir Impatience until
wo got Into Cuba first ?
Si ain is still uhking the European
courts to intervene to save her honor
but the members of Europoan courts
nro not likely to push their patrician
bands to tho bottom of the garbage
This war comes Justin time to afford
Mr. Diogloy another explanation. The
customs rccoipts for May last were
31340G533 as against $17000000 fcr
May l07 when the Wilson law was in
Tiik capital of tho Colestial kingdom
l to be moved from l'ekln to Slnga-
fu. Sln-ga-fu by the map is laid on
the banks of tho Wol-ho and Klng-ho
in Snpnsi and near whore most of the
hyphens cot ef rem.
Di k Mohuah the mild-mannered
Republican congressional candidate
found Bome fertile groomlug field In
tho Y. P. S. C. R. at Oklahoma City.
Dick is sly wbon It ooinaa to routing
the enemy with foreign iuIbsIoub.
Tjik I'erry Dtmiocrut-l'atriot very
sensibly remarks that if fusion obtains
the nominee for congress must be rea-
sonably satisfactory to tho Democrats
and the I'opulisla nnd that there is no
surer saying than that tho fusion can-
didate must be Hon. J. Y. Callahan
wbleh Is equivalent to saying that Mr.
Callahan is not the choice of any par-
ticular section of the free silver party.
Tiif- Teeuraseh Democrat says that
Hon. D.T. Flynndid nothing for Okla-
homa in the four years be was In con
grcss and that the Hon. J. Y. Callahan
has succeeded In doing the samo thing.
We can't quite agree with the Demo-
crat on either of those propositions ;
for 1'lyuu succeeded in relegating him-
self to the roar which was a good
thing for Oklahoma and Callahan
made a successful atUi.lt on Per-una
to the delight of the people.
Hanna'b patriotism has roaehed the
boiling point. He has at lost been
forced to admit that there is a war
and be Is very much disgusted with
tho Blow progress made by the govern-
ment in conquering the Spanish. Just
how noble tbo sentiments of the boodle
senator from Ohio are can be learned
from the remark which bo mado to a
reporter. 'This war" said bo with a
glow of fine indignation " 1b costing
a million dollars a day and it will cost
K(1joro beforo it costs less."
CinaAlwaya tttlKlugaboutdollart' That's
eharaetorlstta opMark llanna. Never
a word abqjlt patriotism. Never a
word Of congratulation bvor the'spten-
did eoitrngo and strategy of Dewey.
STflver a word Of hope that SatrlpRon
will smash the Spanish ileot. lint tho
dollar the dollar that is going out to
pay the expenses of the war that Is
what worries Hanna.
Noble maker of a Republican presi-
dent ! Oreat statesman occupying a
senator's seat ! The nation recognizes
th worth of such a man. Ho will be
allowed to look after the dollars while
Dewey and Mtunpoon look aftor tho
'I SIUX AXIt A 1HMOVUATIC VAX-
1)1 1) A Tit
There Is no excuse for anything loss
than harmony at tho coming Demo-
cratic and Populist congressional con-
ventions at Oklahoma City. The work
of tho former Is already mapped out
and there is little doubt that tho Dem-
ocrats will act in accordance with tho
recommendations mado by tho central
committee meeting at HI Reno. Tho
sentimantof the territorial Domocracy
favors the nomination of a Democrat
for eongroM. Anything less than this
will not be satisfactory. This sontl.
merit also favors fusion.
Since there was a tacit ngreomont on
tho part of tho Populists and Demo-
crats two years ngo that the latter
should have the congressman this yoar
there remains little to do at tho con-
ventions aside from abiding with these
conditions anil settling on soma con-
sistent honest Democrat for standard
bearer. All talk of Mr. Callahan's ro-
nomination should cease. Mr. Calla-
han has served his term and without
dwelling on tho record ho has made or
not mado Democrats and populists
alike bellevo ho should curb his ambi-
tions and not bring discord Into what
will otherwise prove harmony.
Democrats ask for no moro or less
than what is actually due them; they
want coalition of the Democratic and
Populist forces with a democrat to
lead thorn to victory.
Hoi the Sort trha TZiought.
The siiperlntondont of a hospital late
ly relutod tho following dlaloguo with
a. female out-patient:
"I beg your pardon doctor" sho
said nudging up to mo and speaking
In a sort of hUko -whisper "but do
you think I ought to go on being a
"Why not my good woman" I asked
Jokingly. "If it agrees with you I
iseo no objection. You don't think your
broken rtrm was caused by want ol
meat do you7"
"No doctor It isn't that; but"
'and Bho whispered etlll more mysteri-
ously in my ear "thoy tell me I've got
'haricot veins' In my legs and I won-
'dcred If It had anything to do with
my eating bcana."
I Kotlitnir I.IUo a Uooit IHcttonarr.
"Father" said his son looking up
from a book "what is prido?"
"Pride?" roturned tho father. "Prido?
Why n oh nuroly you know what
pride Is? A eort of being stuck up
a kind of well proud you know.
Just cot the dictionary. That's the.
thing to toll you exactly -what It la.i
Thoro'a nothing like a dictionary;
"Hero it Is" eald tho latter after'
nn exhausting search: " 'Pride bo-j
"Urn yes. that's It." replied the
fathor. "Hut well look at 'proud.'i
That's tho -way. You've got to bunt.
these things out my lad."
"I've got It" nnsworod Johnnie
"Pro pro pro 'proud having)
"That's IL Thcro you are ns cloar
as day. I tell you Johnnie there lai
nothing like n. good dictionary whon'
you nro young."
Mimical Crltlt'lmn '
inu miio QauBioroi tv connin -iiiuai-i
ran critic wus ovumcaru mc uinor unjr
entertaining a vlattor while hor inothor
was out of tho room.
"And dootu llko music too?" naked
the visitor polltoly.
"Oh yes indoed" replied the child
with as near nn approccb to hor fath-J
era manner as sho could manago. "lm
'specially fond of opera."
"What operas do you llko?" asked
Tho child hesitated. Then she re-
covered hor grown-up nlr.
"Oh" sho said carelessly "my Javor-s
ites nro 'Lohlndutchman' nnd 'The
Flying Grin.' "
Tho Gibson I'tclure Fad.
A scheme for using Gibson picture
(and it may bo hinted that this fad
has been so overdone that it Is ehow-i
Ing signs of passing) la to arrange
small anas in nrttstio groups on a
squaroiofdolloatoljtinted paror har-
moniringfwith tho prevailing tint o
the room. -For a pink room a ehoed
ot pink glazed paper Is used an im1r1
left that Riven tho effect of a frame.
On this tho pictures are pastod and
t Is then attached to tho wall by meant
of tiny gilt thumb-screws doing away
vttk the tearing or blowing off of these
pictures when lees socuroly fastened to
Ilotv tho IdrcslffUt Tires.
Peoplo cpeak of tholr eyes being
tired meaning that the retina or seeing
portion of the eye is fatlguod; but suth
Is uot the caao as tho retina hardly
-ver gets tired. The fatigue Is in tho
nuer and other muscles attached to
he eyeball and tho muscle of ac-
oy Is gardening and ho -aries it by
oiuinotlatloa which surrounds tho lean
if the eye.
When n near object Is to be looked
it this muscle relaxes and allows the
lend to thloken Increasing its refrac-
tory power. The inner and outer mus-
rles are used in covering the oyo oii
:he object to bo looked at the innor
sue being especially used -when a noar
Jbject ia looked at. It la in the three
muscles mentlotved-that tho fatigue is
felt and rellofjts soourod temporarily
by closing tbefeyeo or gnzInK at far-
Jlstnnt objects iniwusual Jdlcativin
oi strain is a reaneu or tho rim of tho
eyelid betokening aicongested atate of
the Inner fiurfaoe accompanied by
some pain. Bometlmea this weariness
indicates tho need of glasses rightly
adapted to the. porson and In other
cases the true'romey la to rub tbo
eye and lu surroundings far as may
no witn mo nanavot in com water.
'.Fo Care Conttlputlou rorever.
Take rciireu Candy Cathartic lOo orSSa
u O. Q Q fi.ll to vuro druggists iKfuuil tnuucji.
WaSttbd. I want a good man to
learn chemistry and the bottling bust
dai Ifc- i .
8. R. Parker Sharon Wis. wrftjs:
Hbavo tried Da Witt's Wltelrllaael
Salve for Itching pllos and It always
stops them in two irtltinte. I consider
Do Witt's Witch llaxel Halve the
greatest pile cure on the markot. 1.
Wheeler .fe Son.
And othor distinctive Colorado scenes
from the car windows. Santa Fo
trains carry yon through some of the
most pleasing seetljns of Colorado by
daylight. Tickets to Pueblo Colora-
do Springs and Denver on sale dune ft
and 0 1899. at one fare plus S3 for
round trip (food for return June 12
to July 0 189S. Details on applicat'on
to agont A. T. .t S. 1?. Ry.
If your child has thin palo cheeks
uncertain appetlto and uuro&tful
sleep It has woims and curing with
strong medicines only makcB condi-
tions worse by irritating its dollcato
Btomach. WUtTK'S GKKAM VKRMI-
FUOK is mild but cortaln in r JTect and
la a suporlor tonic as well as a nnsittve
worm destroyer. F. H Llllio x. Co.
(Viniilrfil'Mii .lrinM; irtnfeif Kan
Opens its sosslon June 1-1 and tho ex-
ercises continue until Juno 2.1 180H
Tiekots witli return limit of Juno 83
1898 will bo on sale June 13 to 21.
ISOd at rato of one fare for round
trip. Particulars on application to
A. J. Coiicinr
Agont A. T. A S. F.
Of (nri L7iiiutiiii'im leinM(.
Forest Park Ottawa Kan.' June 13
to 21 1808. Tickets on nale June 11
12 and 13 inclusive at one faro for
round trip good for return until Juno
27 1803. If proximity of station to
station to grounds and perfect train
sorvico are inducomants vour ticket
will read over tho Santa Fo. Ask A.
J. Corklns agent A. T. .t S. F. Ry.
Itewnro of Ointments for Catarrh that
as mercury will surely destroy tho perno ot
smell and completely derange the whole system
when entering it through the mucous surfaces
finch articles should never bo used cicent on
prescriptions from reputable physicians as the
damage they will do Is ten fold to the gom you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure manufactured by I'. J. Cheney A '
roledo O. contains no mercury and Is taken
nternully actinic directly upon tho blood uml
mucous surfaces of the synlein. In buying; Hal ''"
Catarrh cure lie sural you net tho ci-imin-. It i
taVtui ielvrnnlly and fsmsile In Toledo. Ohio
by 1'. .1. 'htmuy ('. Tratiinoiiinls free
flu- Hold by iJrumiikts pi leu 7ic. ur Uiltlu.
N. E. A. SPECIAL
Washington D. C Without
THE SANTA FE-PENNSYL-VAN1A
This train will loavo various points
in Oklahoma via tbo Santa Fe Route
on July Uh 1H0M. It will leave ICan-
Kan City via Santa Vo at 7 p. in Mitno
clay arriving In Chicago next morning.
Tho 1'ennHylvaula lines will tako tbo
train east of Chicago. ITlio itinerary in
a very attractivo ono and ombracos a
ilaylitfht ride throup tho grandest of
Alleghany mountain scenery; around
tho liorso Shoe Curve; along tho ltluc
Juniata and tho majestic Susquohana.
An uniquo feature of the trip is the
ride in the special train from York to
the cpoch-inahing battlefield of Get-
tysburg. Apply to A. J. CorUins for Itinerary
list of dehlrablo low rate excursions
from Washington and tho tlmo train
will pahs your station or nearest junc-
The Mistletoe Bar.
105 West Harrison Avenue
NEXT DOOR TO WELCOME GROCERY.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
in Stock all the Time.
FINE BILLIARD PARLOR - - PHONE 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager
W1rWp -r " Wxii
From NEW YORK via (1A1.YKST0N.
1000 TABLETS Regular retail price 10c.
You can liuvo your clioico lor 10c.
See them; they arc beauties.
I Hammocks Croquet
and Base Balls
ARE ALSO HERE
Hammocks from f s to S5.QQ
Croquet Sets from 7Sc .to. $8.80
Base Balls from 5c to iKl5
Ball Bats from Solol.QO
Wo Aro Making Special Prices on Rookfi
Our 25c cloth 12 mo. for 15c; 85c book lor 25c;
50c books for 85c; 75c books for QOc.
Our Sale ol' Stationery Has Heen Remarkable
But we still have a complete assortment. An
elegant Real Irish Linnen Noto Papej plain or
ruled worth 26c a quire; our price 10c Box
Papers Pound Packages and Fine Tablets to
suit all tastes.
F. B. LILLIE & CO.
Urug Rook anil News Depot.
Don't forget that our specialty is filling prescrip-
tions with the purest of drugs.
First published In tho Dally Loader April
In the dlstnct court of the county of Lo-
gan and Territory o' ('klahomat
Louis K. I'll Is. plalitlir against Joseph
I.. Yotini; dniHiidunt.
The said ilnfcndnnt Josnpli L Young
will tnko notice that he lias been aued in
thedlitirlct court of tlie county of Louan
and Territory nf (iklalioma. Iiy the nlmvi'
named plalmlff IamiN K 1'ltti and that
hi miit an" tho petition tiled by snlil
paiiitlff airnlnxt him In atd court nn or
before the 3lt day nf May A. D 1S0S or
said petition will be lakon as trim snd
JudinniMit p-ndored accordingly to wit:
JudgmentHiidlnR awl decreeing the plain-
till to lm the alHolute owiht In fen simple
of lots rumberwl twenty (SO) twenty-one
(tl) and twenty -two (It ia btock numlier
forty-nine (4) In thnt nthllvlnn of the
city of l.mhrle known as Capitol HIM In
the county of Logan and Territory of
Oklahoma and furthor adjudglm that
said defendant has no right title or inter-
ernst therein whatever.
Lotus K Pitts. Plalntltl.
Attest: m u. MAirr
Clerk Dlstr"ct Court.
105 N. FIRST ST.
All kinds oi difficult Bicycle
repairing. First class Vul
canizing work done by an
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Agents for Willis' -wheels.
Ten rew wheels for rent.
Give us a call.
s we if
R!-'MKMlsrc't this advertisement Is of
Interest to you who iiavo friends resting
in tho tomb. It U a homo establishment
shipping direct from tho quarries marble
anu gramto ana manuiaciuring in this
city Korolen asonts show vou a laree
line picture and ask you to sign a binding
oruor lor a poor aosipn ana graao at aou
bio nrlco. coverlnir tlielr waeos and ox
ponsos. Think of It! wo will duplicate
any of tlielr work from 20 to 50 per cont
loss. All the work dono In tho Gutlirlo
comotory forao weighing upward of two
tons was done by u. Notice the name
cut on the baiios.
J. B. FAIRFIELD
The best grades ot Coal al
ways in store. The McAlester
a specialty. Prompt delivery
ISrOffce and yards 606 W
Harrison Phone 20
That's how much you save on every suit you buy from us.
Come in and take a look at the handsome all wool cassi-
mere cheviot and worsted suits we are offering now at
$7.50 and $10.
Then to convince yourself of the truthfulness of our broad
statement look at th esuits offered elsewhere for $12.50 and
$15 and you will find in every instance th.it our $7.50 and
$10 suits are even better. Our reputation for integrity
and truthful statements has never been questioned.
SEEING IS believing;
You can make like savings in crash suits negligee shirts
summer underwear and straw hats. The largest stock to
select from in town. It always pays you to trade with us.
Wins Again !
By Decision of the United States Circuit
A case long pending in the
U. S. Circuit Court for the East-
ern District of New York has
just terminated by which the
Anheuser Busch Brewing Asso-
ciation acquires additional
rights in connection with the
use of the designation "Jlud-
wolser" as a trade name. Un-
der the decision the defendant
the Budweiser Brewing Co.
will change its corporate name
and otherwise covenant not to
use the word "lludweisor" ex-
cept in connection with the
beer of the complainant the
AnheusorlJusch It rowing Ass'n.
A Great Discovery
"Clear at a Cryital Sparkling as a Diamond"
'1 In- club water par excellence.
Far superior to all other l.itlna wateis.
'1 he most delicious of table waters.
CjhixI for the appetite health and
The most valuable medicinal wsttei
knouu to the medical profession.
Invaluable In lUteumaHsm llrizht't
1iumm. I'nuary Truutil C.tarrn u
that Sttiinarti and liitttliel l)iubi
1 iil Iiuoumla ami bkta Knilkxii.
B.nJ r.r Itoclar'. l'pbl.U
fur nilt by Jftikn irturaUy.
Tho Waukosha Water Company
For Sato by
UAMira'ON .(. CO EAQLK DRUO
STORK WUBKLKU'SDItDO STOltK.
The .tmerlctin Ann Ciifta timl 1 Intra 11.
A portfolio In ton parU slxlcon
views in eaeh part of the finest half
tono pictures of tho American navy
Cuba and Ha vail has just been iseuet!
by a Chi. ago publishing house
Tho Atchison TopeUa & Santa Fe
Hallway has made arrangements for a
special edition for tho benefit of its
patrons and a speoltnen copy oan be
seen at mo locat ueuei omce oniu
parts may bo had at ten conta each
the full 6et one hundred and sixty
pictures costs but one dollar. Sub-
scriptions for the sot may bo left with
tho agent In view of tbo present ex-
citement regarding Cuba these pic-
tures aro very timely. Call at the
ticket otllco nnd seo them
. W. MoNEAD VUBBIDKNT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Hoard of Director In
James Stratton. lloraeu Speed
n. h: sturgis;
Complete Cotton Ginning Outfits.
From wagon to bale set up ready for work
including boiler and engine. Gold medal
awarded at Worlds Fair and Dallas State
tr'i-Zy'y . j
0S1X nECoixrx-JLecoxx. -A-xr3:n.TUL-
1 ! ! frfl-H'ttt
G. A. HUGHES
irM a.- -" -i
-rjfWL.I .1 ; ' l.Vi"V:.'l Villi' . BTlil
?) ra m m . wffv m
MS 141 K
A. J. SRAY VlOK-l'ItKBIDKNT
addition to Hank Olllcors:
I). T. l-'lynn J. 11. CoUlngham.
W. J. HORSFALL. Caahlor.
T. 0. Jtox 235 Guthrie 0. T.
And the Best
Whiskies Wines and Brandies
Liqnorsritror a Zing.
"Hpeclitl Itrew" Tor Family Use
21 Itof ties for $1.
(HONK NO. .
n oln 5.-. 4nla V .Initio r... i
chooses to have It artfully con t
cealed. I make artificial plates t
with every advantage of the best
modern mechanical facilities to aid t
meso perfect In lit so natural m j
appearance and so comfortable In
action that even the wearer can I
forget about them.
Durable dentistry moderate
charges warranted work my
lbs Leidicg Dentist oier Bmk Ind. Ter
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