The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1, Monday, June 13, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
Railroad Time TalJo
Atchllon Topeka Hunt W.
NOHTH EAST AND WKST.
6 40 a. m.
4 01 p. m.
I :15a m.
Outhrle. IKan. City IChlcago.
0:60 a.m. 10:00p.m.
i 40a. m. I 8 oo p. m. 9 49 a. m
ua. in. iu:wp.i
4 01 p. m
8 ito a. m.
BOOTH BOUTIUAST AMD SOUTnWSST.
11 IS p.
1.16 p. m.
11:15 p. m.
9.00 a. m
8 06 a. m.9:JSp.m.
A. J. Corktna Agent.
Uhoctaw Oklahoma b Uulf II. H. Oo.
Leave 15 Keno - : n
Leave uklahoraaClty..- I:!am
Leave Shawnee am
Leave South McAleater -I2: pm
Arrive Wlater .- :' PB
Arrive Fort Smith .. . i!!iPDm
Arrive St. Louli 7:25 am
Leave St. Louis -
Leave Ft smith
.12. 30 pm
a 35 pin
Leave South McAlimer ..
Leave Oklahoma City ...
Arrive Kl Keno
lletween Oklahoma Ulty noil Kl Ufino.
Leave Oklahoma City tor weat . am
Arrive Kl Keno ... . 'S'iSJS
Leave Kl Keno foreast 0:40 a m
AtTlve Oklahoma City 7:40 am
Leave Oklahoma City for weal J :W pm
Arrive Kl Keno .fSl'H!
Leave El Ueno east litigant
AtTlve Oklahoma City .. ... l:20pm
Trains to and from Guthrie make connec-
tion at Oklahoma City.
Uake close connections at El Keno tor
points on the Uock Island north and south.
Tor rates and information apply to
J. F. HOLDKN Traffic Manager.
South McAleater I. T.
Agent Oklahoma CUT.wmADAMg(
Traveling Freight and rassenger Agent
Oklahoma City O. T
CHRONOLOGY 0P TIIF WAR.
February SI Insurrcotlon breaks
out in three of Cuba's si provinces.
March 1 Fourteen hundred addi-
tional Spanish troops sent to Cuba
March 11 tleneral Antonio Maceu
proclaimed commander of the insur-
gent army Apill 13 FlorCrombet in-
surgent leader killed at l'aimorito.
April II -Cap till n lloneral Oujellu
displaced by Sftitipos.
May 14 llnttle of dttantanamot 100
Spanish killo by Insurgents under
iMay IS Insurgents in alto important
captures at ltayaido.
May 19 Insurgent leader Jose
Murti. killed at Dos Itlos.
May 81 General Uomoe and 700 cav-
alry repulsed at Hloi.
November 17 Uotioral Maoeo near
Santa Clara with 1000 men defeats
3000 Spanish troops.
December 23 Campos (10000 man)
meets (Unnos (7000 men) and is re-
pulsed with great leases.
February 10 Wcyler displacoB Cap
tain (leneral Campos.
February 1 Hlghlcen thousand
now Spanish troops sent Into tho field.
February 17 Woylor issues lita ro-
March 1 The trocha Is established.
April 11 Mneeo crosses tho troolia
with 3000 men and drives back tho
.luly It-ll Homer wins tuo uauie oi
Najasa after fifty liour'B fighting.
October 1 The rebellion up to this
time has cost Spain S23O.O00.O0O.
November 11 Heavy losses to Span-
ish forces in l'lnnr del Hlo.
December I General Antonio Ma-
ceo killed by treachery.
December 10-Gonoral ttulz Hevera
' y CATHARTIC
DR. A. C HIXON
Special attention given to
Crown and Bridge Work
Also irregularities of the
Ofpick Over HoUch'a Shoo Store cor-
nor First and Oklahoma.
IUYNES BUXTON M. D
GUTHRIE O. T.
All Medical and Surgical diseases of
Eyo Kar Noso and Throat.
XHOUA3 S. WHITE
Washington D. C
Koomi lli-W Atlantic Uutldlnc.
Ulntne Land and Patent Law a Specialty
ATSON E. COLEMAN
Land and Patent Attornoy
Washington O. C.
Washington Loxa and Trust Ul'dg.
HEHERKNOES-non. H. V. Allen D. 8. Sen-
ates Hon. Lafe Pence KInderhook.N. Y.
Hon. John a Bell M. 6.1 Hon. J. D. Hicks
AOMI Kebekah Lodge No. I I. O. O.V..
meets everv Thursday evening at 7:0
In Odd Fellows hall In the Weinberger build-
GUTHRIE Camp No. S "Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday nia-bt In the
K. of P. hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
iome. J- II. TOWKU3 Clerk.
WM aUKQOHY Con. Cem.
GUTHRIE LODGE NO. I
A. V. A A. M. Regular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
In each month at 8 o'clock.
All brethren coraiauy in-
vited to attend.
H F. ARDERY Sec
A. J CORKINS. W. M
DTHRIE Lodge No I A. O. O. W.. meets
Thursday cvenlncs of each week at 7. so
In Victor block corner First and uarnaoa.
Tlsltlng Workmen always welcome.
T' U N. UUMSHHR M. W.
O. J. TUOHY Recorder.
QUTHR1E Lodge No. I K. of P. meets
every Monday at 7:S0 In their ball
In the Victor block corner First and Harri-
son. Visiting knights are swTse3m'
J. TOUOART M. of F. and K." of R.S
O R U Meets every Tuesday night in k
Ik of P. bill.
K chlels always Wei
ll. CHKKUY unlet oi itecoras.
UTQRIE Lodge No. I. I. a O. F. meets
Monday nigni oi eacu wees ai i ;au. v I'
llinc Odd Fellows alway.wjKome. &
O W. BRU0K Sec'T lock box I7W
ULAUOMA Encampment No. 1 1. O
mrpn everv Tuesdav evening In
Fellows hall at 7:W. All visiting patriarchs
FKRDINANO RITTKRUUSCH C. P.
II. L. STKOUOH Hcrlbe
August 9 Premier Canovas of Spain
October 3 Wcyler roeilled by tho
SagaBta Liberal minister on pressure
from United Status.
November 27 Decree from govern-
ment at Mud rid granting autonomy to
January 31 United States battle
ship Maino ordered to Havana on a
February 10 De Lomo.Spanlslunln-
iBtor recalled for unwarranted per-
sonalities rclleoting on President Mo-
Kinley. February 15 Tho United States bat
tle ship Maine blown up in Havana
harbor anil 12(1(1 lives lost.
February 17 United States board of
Inquiry on tho loss of tho Maino appointed.
Februrry 20 Spanish cruiser Viz-
caya anchors oil Stnton Inland N.Y.
February 22 Spanish board of in-
quiry reportH tho destruction of tho
Maino an accident of internal origin.
March 0 Ktncrgency bill 50 million
dollars for United States coast de-
March 2S Tho president sends a
message with tho Maine report to con
April 9 General Fithugh Leo and
other consuls loave Cuba.
April II--TI10 president sends amns-
sage to congress rccotnmoudlng armed
intervention in Cuba.
April 15 War department oiders
regular troops to tho coast
April 10 Tho intervention resolu-
tions passed by tho senate.
April 10 The house passes tho in-
April 10--The president preparos an
ultimatum to Spain domaudlng tho
evacuation of Cuba within three days.
April 20 Tho Cuban resolutions
signed by tho proshlout.
April 20 Tho Spanish ministor Polo
y liernabo asks for his passports.
April 21 Tho Unitod Stutos minis-
ter. General Woodford is given Ills
passports in Madrid.
April 21 Spain's sovoranee of dip-
lomatic rolations hold to bo a declara-
tion of yar.
April 22 North Atlantic squadron
sails to blockade Cuban ports.
April 22 First shot fired when tho
United States gunboat Nashville cap-
tures tho eoast trader llucna Ventura.
April 28 -President's proclamation
to all nations declaring tho blackado
of Cuban ports.
April 23 Tho president's call issued
far l.'-VOOO volunteers.
April 21 Spain's first shot at United
Statns from masked batteries at Ma-
tanzas on tho United States gunboat
April 90 -President's proclamation
issues on Spanish vessels in American
April 37 The Unitod States Asiatic
Squadron sails from Hong Kong to
meet the Spanish Hoot at tho Philip-
April 27 United States cruisors
New York Cincinnati and Monitor
Puritan silence the batteries at Ma-
tanzas. April J7 Portugal daollne to ob-
serve the neutrality law by harboring
the Spanish lleotatCape Vordo.
April 27 Tho Unitod Statos Terror
captures the Spanish stoamer Guido.
April 88 Untied States gun boat
Newport captured tho Spanish sloop
April Spanish forts at Cabanas
demolished by guns of tho Hag ship
May 1 -Spanish lleot under Admiral
Montejo defeated und destroyed by
United States squadron Commodore
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cure all tho u.Utintiw and Amrl
The F"rnfcrrt ZfltunK H ilm.nt iVwie
In nrtrivliiB ihi- ppiJiiM Thi- f.n.-imi of-
fice dov nrn take Uio mnt'ter nerkMlHly.
The 1 ItH-tion oMtipnlfru )t lieon mmle
more llvo.lv recently. The statement made
y the mlnlMerof Mie Intortor fount IVin-
Bliwiy Whener on Tnnntsy lal. In a
rewponoe to a rrtpiort for an outline of the
offlrkih vlnw if thr turtle whk-h hoMW
be followed nt the oitnlnir eloothm. have
rauinl :i enillon.
Tho wmncnK mituraJly. vary ooeonl-
InR l the proilllecttona of th iaperK.
Prlnei- lllwnarku organ the llnmlmrKoe
Nmirloh.ten nnd nthera declare the emiii
did not no fur enouKti. The nallomil '..
mtK ihlnkw the mlnhster of ho Interior
In Ms retntirks oiwrht to have Itw tutlttl :
i.eelamtion walnut the ilenmnd of the
Atrr.-vrion. nnd the Taebta and other
liberal rmpem etpres HlmHar views. The
sernl-offhilal North Oermsn Uawitlte h
iwen unable to eowee! Its anxiety lent
tne statements of vOouirt PuBwlowsky-
Veiner be lnterpr"tel on Wel de- I
clanitlon In favor of the aa-rlcuKuraHiMii
aiMl mlildlo eta usee. As n matter of faet
only parties fhiw far active in the immkI-
Inv clectloiw nr Uie wk4b lists and isasit-
rtn. TI10 overrmnt wiilln openly par-
tlrlpuitlns; aleaily utiles with the Agrar-
ians. A number of ejuiea are ronorel
whore local government officials tmve
Iteen ntrongly praaataig tie rural voter to
HtriH'ort the Aararlna.
A grent oenl of imlHIeal tmporlanco ir
atfaehet to Riniwrw Williams visit to
Palestine. It waa auggcsrteil that ljmrtU
ending the ivretenatotai of Prutiee to tlio
rlKht to grant in-ota..' i nit iiiiatlAHH
In the ent may result In aeurlrg Asia
Minor a a fMit for German cotontartlon
oy the eoneluslou of rtie state ariaty Willi
UE0110K Ell Ell SON.
Tir II ff Known Vorr&nmntlrnt 1'ixntm
"It would bo hard for tne to tell
whero I llvo". said Mr. Georgo Rmer-
sou tho Miugazlne writer ami press
correspondent who is In the city.
I have a home In Ohtcagn and am
often In Now York and other eitlM of
the Hast. This summer I havo taken
a house In Dcnvor whih is one of the
pleasantcst resldonce towns in the
United States and which is now en-
joying a fa'.r quota of prosperity
Ina fow weeks I shall be ttllling a-
bout through tho republic of Mexico
as I do not seem to have any reg-
ular habitat. Hut I am deeply inter
oh ted in Colorado and tho mining camp
of Cripple Creek especially. Last year
it turned out 813000000 in gold and
this vcar we think the output will
roach S1H.000.000. In tho South Afri
can mining district tboro is an average
of 21 to tho ton of oar while In Crip-
file Creek tho average Is 803. All in all
t Is the greatest go d camp In the
Contrast it for a motnont witli the
Klondike. Tho amount of gold that
will bo broupht out by tho steamers
from the Alaskan Holds this year Is
variously estimated from S2ooo00i) to
$15000000 Say that S7.500 otrn will
comolown. Now that sounds like a
big sum but whon one puts it against
tho 1897 yield of Cripple Creek alone
it doesn't seem so enormous. Hut
think of the enormous hardships and
cost Incurred In getting tho Klondike
treasure. I venture to assort that for
every dollar taken from tho Yukon
country threo has been expended Of
course a few mi n have struck It rich
while hundreds have lost their entire
capital in quest of the yellow motal in
that bleak and Inhospitable region.
Tho losses have far exceeded tho
gains. Thus In absolute value Col
orado'b single camp far outshines the
much vaunted Alaskan diggings
whllo in safety and comfort and en
joyments of civilized life there is no
ilclnrato Your llowcU With Cusenrets
dimly Cnthurlle cure conMlpnilon forovir.
lOc.SSc. lrCO. C fall ilrucclsts refund moner
KOt'WIl DIIILL LINGO.
Arrtffttiif irilrlrn. f Trtlili'n Hoitfh HMrrt
1 1111 Ml'' ' "' r ' " ' ""'
tful tin H'nN.
From tho New York World. Thero
was shlverinjf In tho Knickerbocker
Clnb yesterday because Iho mon gath-
ered there could hear the echoes of the
gatling gun profanity directed townrd
itniirmlierM in the Hough riders by
As Ollrieu is not a commissioned
olUipr he can say things beautiful
picturesque that glvo the ambiont air
a tint of indigo n&d mako hair curl
better than hot tongs. Thero Is a
story that O'Hrlon enn make a govern
inent mule curl up Its tall nnd ears and
bray blteottsly for merey He turned
looso this stream of invective against
the fashionable New York rocruits.
Tho dispatches said no. And their
friends are wondering If their faces
will ever ngaln take on Its natural ex-
pression. Tho niorc thought of "Willie" Til
fiuiy nnd "Ueggle" Honalds standing
up to bo called "blanketyblank'
plgcon-tood fut-hended mulc-oared
galoots that would dUgrnce a mob of
mud eating heathens" Is not consoling
to tho Knickerbocker Chappies. Hut
they would llko lo know some of tho
tilings said which are expressed by
dashes nnd blanks.
John .Inoob Astor nnd Stewart M.
Ilrlec and Hussell lUrrlson an I young
Mr. Alger nrd lot of other sons of
somebody rieli men and social powers
who have gone Into the nrmy want to
know what Sergeant u liruu says
when he means to reully emnhotlo and
forceful It Is said that thoro Is a
inov ment on foot to havo O'Hrlon
specially detailed to give instructions
in first aid In profanity to the Inf .nicy
meaning thereby the ofllcers who arc
not out of swntlilllng clothes so far as
their army exporieneo and knowlodgo
S rgoant O'llrien is a success ns an
liiRirnetor. Ho has no respect of per
son outsldo of his superior OIlloorB. He
In nn cm ne t. enthusiastic ailU COII
sclun'lous master of tho gentlo art of
profanity and ho addB to it somo orig-
inal touches dolloato traceries and
rococo work mixed up with broadsides
of solid shot grape and a foreign
voice. In fact his "cussing" is vorl-
gated and involved.
I have been requested by Gen. J. II.
Gordon Commander In ehlof of U. C.
Vs. to appoint a lady as Sponsor and
ono as Maid of Honor to represent Ok-
lahoma division In tho National reun-
ion of Confederate Veterans at Atlan-
ta Ga .Inly 20 21 28 and 23. Any-
one wishing to bo appointed please
lot me know by tho 20th of this month.
Torritorlal papers please opy.J
John O. Cahi.kk
Com. Ok. Dlv. U. 0. Vs.
AKTRANKT OlrUe No. 3 Lartlea of the
H a. A K. Meets first and third week ol
every mouth in Masonic nan.
cordially nv.ted.Ai(KTH STR0UQ Vea
LOUISA UlLUKKT Sec
AHTIUNIT POST No s.U. A. K.-Meets
on first and third Saturdays lu each
nnniii at T.30 ti. m.. In probate t urt room.
VlsltluB comrade alwawelcome. p Q
M. L. MOCK Adjutant
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1 s- pfw jv.f A.Yja"'. nri-&j. -iurr-ATjjr???!: .J...jM-y' '-zri
MJ$m: wm mmmm- -
wyt J hy)( A ls ti ill
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myrnTUAL UENEHT TO LADIB9.--We jf
IVlf urnlsb employment procure neipiDuy
sell or exchange fancy articles novelty
goods periodicals etc.
TrbilEN'S INfOHMATION I1UUEAU
Boom W Lyon Ulnca.
Cor. Harrison and Division
$100 Reward $100.
m.. ii1mi of this nanr will be tileuM to
lrn that there is St leant one tlreadtil (litHO
thstielenco has betn able- to cura in all 1U
atKs and that is CiiUrrb. Hall's Catarrh
Cuff is the uoly positive our know n to t he med-
ical fraternity Catarrh b. iuir a coutitutiaosl
nae reuuirea a coustilutiunal trcatmcut
Hall's Catarrh Cure is Ukeu interually aitini
directly upontho blood ami mucous surfaces of
Tailoring Cleaning and Repairing.
Dyeing a Specialty.
130 l'irst Street Guthrie 0. T.
WOOD AND ROOSEVELT'S "HOUGH RIDERS."
Rough Riders" organized at an Antonio Tex. by Colonel lonnrd wood nnd Uenteunnt Colonel liioociore
t Roofiovolt fonn'the most novel body of troops In tlve wrvioe. The regiment is nuule up of New York sootuty men and
; Bowboju In addition to hit carbine chqIi trooper ourrios it mivohete wliioh will lo more aervioenble In Cuba than a
i sword for tho reason Umt It can bo usoa la euttiuu u way inrouau tno iuiok unuenrrowui.
0YEU THE TElUnTOItV.
A special from l'awhuska says: .Ins
Cottlnglmin of Guthrie of Asp Shnr-
tel t- Cott'ngham has entered suit
against V. V I'leree HheiilT I'lerer of
Kttv county lo prevent the eollrrllon
of taxes for tho year ll0 and 1SH7 by
Kay county from cattlemen and others
in the (Mage Indian reservation. It is
dlalmctl tho ISUfi taxes are extortion-
ate u nil that tho taxes for 1'.7 can
not bo collected by Kay county as tho
Osage reservation was detached from
Kay county and attached to Pawnee
county before tho tax could be legally
collected by the fortnor.
Mr. T. V. George living n quarter
of amllo east of this ally eatno Into
the Wnvo office today with a petrified
rib of one of tho extinct monster ani-
mals tho' used to roam over this land.
It measured four feet two inches long
and weighed six pounds and muthave
boon a rU -vs It curved naturally. It
is a nice specimen of petrified bone
ringing like Hint rock when struck. It
was found seven foot under the ground
In a sand plton Mr George's farm nnd
undoubtedly tho remaining bones of
the animal aro noar by. Mr. Goorge
Is willing to present tho specimen to
tho historical association if thoy do
siro it. Knid Wave.
Frank Jacoli a ten-year-old son of
Herbor Jacobs living six miles north-
east was kicked on tho forehend by a
harso late Tuesday evening while
hording chickens Into n new coop his
fnther had built. In chasing them
the little fellow ran too close to the
horse's heels. Drs. MeKlrnth and
Klold attended tho caso nnd removed
tho broken plecos of tho skull leaving
n hole in tlio forehead about the slxo
nnd shape of u lion's egg It an rgg wits
Hat. The boy become conelons ns
soon as the bono wis lifted from the
brain and has u slight chatico to re-
cover. IJnld Wave.
Unllko Any Ollior.
Convertible Option Policlis
Willi Limited PnymcntB.
A form of Insurauco improved In tho
light of modem experience having all
the morlts of tho older plana of life
Insurance while Invested wtih th
vlrtuss of ox sot equity In tho ovont of
Simple In Terms. Liberal
most valuable feature
Hie provision for
Should death occur during tile
In the Event of Death During
A $1000 Policy Guarantees
$2000 -with Cumulative Ad-
dttionsof $10 each year.
Policies arc Non-lorfeitable Af-
ter Three Years.
tltr I.ovo I Morn Hraoimlln nn
Therefore lrn limn It Uieil tn Ha.
A Swedish writer Krau Hnnsson In
hnr "Das Flueh der Knuinii." thus de-
scribes tlio relation hotwoen modern
men nnd women: "It Is a peculiar iIrh
of the times Umt In spile of the many
lestrlctloiis of former days men und
woman have never stood wider apart
thnn at preeent and have never under
stood one another more badly than
now The honest unselfish sympathy
the true 1 should like to any orftnulcnl
union which Is still to be observed
in the married life of old people
seems to have vanished. ICuch goes his
or her own way. There may bo a nerv-
ous sourrh lor oach other and a short
lludliiK. but H U eooti followed by n
ipoedy losing. Is it tho men who are
to blame? The men of former dnys
were doubtless very uiiiereiu uui m
their relations tf women thoy were
scarcely more social than nt present.
Or Is It the wunien who aro at fault?
or some tlmo past 1 have watched life
ii Its many phnsfj and have come to
ho conclusion that It Is the woman
.vho either develops 'he man's elmrao-
.cr or iuIiis It. ills mother and the wo-
non to vrhom ho uiiltoe himself leavo
in ovurlaallng mark upon the lmpres-
ilniiBl side of hi nature. In most
usee the Dual question la not what
s tho man like? but Wlmt kind of
i woman Is she? And I think that the
uiawer It follows: A Roman's ac-
loni are mure reasonable thon th.y
icd to lie. and her love It also more
enaonahle. Tie eotiaequenre Is !-
enltiE of the passion that la hem to
Jve which ai;aln h suits In a corre-
Doitdlug coolness ji the part of the
Iliiirta Water Ic".
l'rom the Hoatou Traveler: An In-
genloua method of Importing a dutia-
ble article will probably be put Into
effect If a certain Importer In this ilty
adheres to the advice given mm ijy a
customs attorney. A short time 1150
Mr. Importer rerelved from nhin.ul
isHs of mineral wut-r. When ih-y
reached Hoston he lrurneil for tin- flint
time that the water wiih iluilaiile in
fact the duty wns so Iiiik'1 1h.1t If paid
he would lose money mi tin- importa-
tion. The attorney's udvWe wag th-p
nllelted und tho Importer was told i
send the waiir biu-k. Ime It finxen
abroad and .ig.illt luipoilnl us In a ii
frco. This advice win In rcli tl
for Oklahoma and
St. Louis Si San Francisco Hull-
way. 'I he moat Popular ltoute to
And All Points EAST.
This is the only Line to the Famous
Tho curstlvo properties of whoso
waters have no equal on tho Amorlcan
Continent and tho grandour of adjac-
ent scones la similar to that of Colorado.
Ill: HUltK when buying' your tickets
to seo they aro routed via Arkansas
City or Wichita and tho FUiaCO
l'ULI.MAN l'alaco81oeplnfr Cars tho
finest In tho world also UoallnlnR
Chair Cars nnd Coaches In all through
Any othor Information will bo cheer
fully furulshod by tho undorslgnody
H. V. YOAKUM Gon'l Mgr.
St. Louis Ik).
GKO. T. NICHOLaON U. P A
St. Louis Mo.
II. I'. DUNN. T. V. il1 A.
Port Smith Ark.
Catarrh Cannot bo Cured
rjlth I.OGAI APPLICATIONS at they csnnflt
l ach tba auut of tlta ilincaM. Catarrh U alii joj
orooiwUtwrtonaliliMau sod in orJcr to euro
It you uiiut talis Internal rvmedlca. Usll'a
Catarrh Cure is talon Internally and acta
directly on the blood and murous gtirlacci.
Hall's tUrrh euro ianotamiai k "icdirine It
was prescribed by on ol the liml plivax uni In
tlilscouutry for yuan anil is a rrguiar pre
crlitlion. It U compuaed of tlio beat tines
Vnown lomhluedwithtlio lieat blood iurlllrra
sctliii" directly on the iniioou nirfacru Tlio
ierfect combination of the two iiutredienta l
what jtrodiioM audi uonderfol rcaulu iu uirluit
Catarrh. Send (or tntttmoniala. free
I'. J. t'HKNKY A 00. l'rvpa. Tgliida 0
Bold by Uru(Ul price TJe. .
theayaiemiuereojruoii""i ' ......
f ihedlsese.nndRlvinirtiie patient fctreorth
tiv baildiux UP the constitution ami aaOMiuK I j
ttitv.krL. 'itih i.nurie.B iia.c
...v. f.m. Tn It. nurative rowtra. that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any eaae that ft
(till to cure. Bund for Hit of tetiraoulali.
Addrew. P.J. CUBNKY&CO.To!edo0.
$& Sold by DrUgsUU 75c.
lo Cora Constipation Vornver.
TV Catcarett Candv Cathartic 10c ortta
It C. O Cl fftil to cure Jrugtmti rcfuod mooev.
Great War Book.
T.iitt llu (lorrMpoBUMit'a buuiki
"Our Country in War."
1MB ILATIONI WITH ALL NATIONS.
All Lkout itM armlM nana and enaat Ii
d.f.no.. oflbalT 8 Hpaia and all iiaUaaa
All alKHitllaba Koala. Mala Il..aar
UfarKu iwiaa. MaiaiBaU tliuaraud
Acents Wanted Quick.
' fl uul aold W m one da . oUca aia J
makiaa M ft d Moat libaaal Uriua n
aa.raawad. 3d .r-Jic iirue lee.CraUItt
guia uaaawu. oow in..
Mud a to-GAAt aLaluiM U par fK.
What A New York Pniier Says.
At the terrltoral capital of Outhrlo
are two daily newspapors the Capital
und the Leader that are croditablo
well managed well edited modorn
newspapers. Tho Loader is tho load
ing Democratic newspapor of tho tor
rltory us tho Capital has boon from
tho time Outhrlo was one day old tho
leading Republican paper. Hoth are
remarkable examples of newspaper en-
terprise and make good showing of
successes to be achieved by young man
hi journalistic efforts in a new country.
Bver town In tho territory of any
si.e has from ono to half a doxen news-
papers Prominent among newspaper
men of tho territory who by shear
fo co of tholr personality in ono way
or another. Iluffulo Courrier.
STOItY OF A MISKR.
Mini II ho
The human maahlne starts but once
and stops bat once. You can keep it
going longest and most regularly by
using De Witt's Little Early Klsers. the
famous little pills for constipation
and all stomach and liver troubles. J.
Wheeler A Son.
Jlltmitlal 3lcrtlni J-Woruiion H'omrii'i
Vlubi itenror Colo June 2 1 -XI)
For the above oooaslon the Santa Fe
will sail tickets to Denver and return
at the rate of ono faro plus &9 for
Tickets on sale June 10 17 and IS
return limit July 17 ldOd. Side trips
to various Colorado points have been
arranged in connection with tho
above at greatly reduced rates.
Vnr further narticularn nail nn A I
Coruins agent A. T. &. a F. Ry
The dishing Herald says : " Oetogii-
nerati hermit Dad MeUinty who lives
in a eave near Chandler on the right
of way of the gapulpa extension who
U said to be so miserly that he never
leaves home without taking all of Ms
belongings with him even down to
his tin eup and frying pan lest some-
one should steal them was in Chand
ler when we parsed through that plaee
the ather day uttering his daily pro
test araiust the railroad company for
taking the roof of his humble eave and
destroying the sanetlty of his peaeeul
home dad waxetl eloquent ana sum:
'Though I am not a king and my
house is not palace yet four years of
b.oody lighting entitles me to the pro-
tection and respeet aooorded to every
American citizen. Though they fill
ray house with mud I will dig It out
again Though the ponderous engine
thunders nightly above my hesd and
showers Innumerable sparks about my
desecrated habitation I will maintain
my position and fight for the rights
which Uod and the constitution of tny
country gives me. 1 want but little 1
tutu but little save to be left in neace-
tul possession of the home which past
associations has endeared to me. My
dog and my cat arc the only compan-
ions I seek because human affections
though pagmQed a hundred-fold can
In no way equal the love of these
dumb but true friends.'
"Dad MeUinty is a very striking
persousgtt tall ereet and very gray
Ills step has not lost Its spring nor his
uye its luster. He is well known
around Chandler und U said to havo in
his poftSettflion a large number of
cheeks dating from the presenv until
near the time of the elose of the ovit
.Iniiunl ilrrtlnu Urr.nan Jlaflitf (Itun-
Imiilt) traplmlUr III. Hay V Iu
June H IKVX
For the above oeeaaion we will boII
tiekete to Naplervllle and return fu'
$'3.70. On sale May N ami 17 with
return limit of June . which may be
extended to June M). Call on A. J.
Corklnt Agent Bantu Fe for further
PflHf aHnaM hv i Hk Hsvn!u
vim f "dss
V bV . ralaaHTaBBBTaBali '
nverjborty ftnya Bo.
fcscsrets Randy Calhartln the imit won-
dnrful medical illijerv of the age pleas-
ant "in.! it.fri-sliinn to the tnsic art notify
nnd jKialllvi'ly on kldnyii IHi i imil liowols
rli-aiialiiir tlm enlin- EU-tn dlaoel coldt
euro lniluolii fi-M r Imlillunt i oi.llpatlou
and bi imiaK-is Phusii buv nn I try u box
nfC (' (' t" dnv 1" !.. 'O' "' Holdouu
uoruutood to ''uri by ail druculsts-
THE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN BALM I
.. .CURBS ii
Tkere l mere CaUrrh In thla aeUon of the
touaiUy ttian all other diaeaaet lt lutflhrr
ad ontil tb Utt few yeara wmmwww (0 ba
Incurable For a f at uiasy yasri Oiaft'Jf or
rMMincl It a looerditeaae. and tHaMlfbad K1
nuMdiea. and by eoiuuntly Ulllmf toeur' wllh
t.u.i.1 .vuw.Hu.tt. ntAMtukM.1 it Inauraula 'Sei-
nee baa proven caUrrh to be a cooalHutjonaJ
diaeaae. aud ttwrelore reauiraa comtitutlonal
treatment. Hall 'a CaUrrh lore manufactured
cnatitotlonal aara on the market it II taken
internally in doaee f rom 10 droj to leannoon-
lul. It -tadlrii ou tba blwd and tnumo;
a.irfaoeaof theaeaten Theyolfer one hundred
dollar for any Uie u falla to cure. Bind fol
r". J fllKNKYi;0.Toleli0
Sold ty Urucs' ''' "
linn in 'i mlnutea.
Invaluable In femais trc ' i
veiila lock law (roin wounds.
Hi Healing Power It Almost Miraculous
It rle irs the In .id of f"ul imicoui heals tho
son s anil ulur of the In ad mil throat;
swf'tciis thcr breath ami j.trd'1'y rc'torcs
ih- si uii-sof the taste fciiK'U unT hearing.
sioj 4 headache sod dropping Into tho
tLroat. Also destroys the germivuiiU causes
HAY FEVER .
unking a perfect cure in a few days.' Never
ulsl No fatal case of LaOriiti ever known
vhrrr Ilraziliau llalui was fattlifullv uicL It
estruys the grippe germ aud quickly removes
"il the a 'ter Luu eliect.
INFALLIBLE if ArrrtMA Cro- p.Tron-
t iu ns.ri.fctmsv PNKUMONrA.li. r rciA
Khuvatism rvriiotn aiwt auut
I j'akk Mkaslbs and ary cl: . a e where
there i luilammatiou l'evcr i l ..; 'f'lOU.
(.reatebt relief iu Cousuinptiuu ever discovered.
CUrOS a FrOBh COlCl In onnday fitopt
tne heaa and relieve deMnoaa. Alan iiject jo
ml ue lit-alarme Stih and Bunulikenmtic l're-I
CUKU IUW tONSTII'ATION ANU I'lLlib.
The Best Family Mediolne In Exlstenoo.
60 Cent Bottle contains tOO Dosts or Two Weeks Treatment for Catarrn.
at.oo uorrue equals thrcb aoo. dottles.
"Bratnian Balm cured me of inveterate catarrh which I hul for over 20 years.
It I themeat wonderful triumph of tntJu d s. icm c " - (.en.J. Jiirke JbstUs "In
cro j cold Slid the worst form of gripp we hae found Brazilian Balm invaluav.e "
7ift )V. S. Boo the D. D. J'astor Jel Ai-4. hap. CM. "Mrs. Lore has used fie
Brazilian Balm and thistles It did her much hh..I "Joh. Chas. B. Lore ( H tflus.
of Del. "One bottle of Brazilian Balm mred a Iriei.l i.ftuiueof hay f ver " fjios.
M.Culbtrt. "I was very deavf for to jeara from at.u-rh. Braxilian JUlm applied
warm In my cars every day soon restored m lu-dnng." Airs. John K tren I n.sttr
i. mt i it.- tut thinir for dvtucosia 1 ever aawtrle'L" ludve J-.Jtivrd oot(tiir
"I was worn almost to the grave with a racking cough that all the remedies and the
doctors failed to relieve. It was cured with owe bottle of Brazilian Balm. It shall
k- . iwinr through life." Mrt. 7. Calloway. PoUitown J. "I was fearfully
crinnfed up with rbeumstisttt could not get my waud to ray head. I took ten 50-
crut bottles of Brazilian Balm in six months. Aim how entirely cureu auu as nlm-
.. r - r.-..n ..7...S. 1iiwil ntt tf. A lo.1v til t inrtntifitl e . an I
Die m 1 ii iij' """ "" " v 1 - -- t - ".
afflicted with asthma that duriug the winter for sevetiteeu year she was unable to I
sleep lying down was entirely and penuaneut'y cured with Braztliau Balm.
UfcT . " - " B. V. JACKSON & CO. Indianapolis. MA
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1, Monday, June 13, 1898, newspaper, June 13, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74253/m1/3/: accessed February 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.