The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1, Monday, June 13, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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FOB A.B8TBA0T3 LOANS AND INSUKANOE BEE W. M BRONSON BEAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
BEEBE A CANDIDATE.
CITY IN BHIEF.
irl Knotrn Vottofilre Jnsjwor irill Try
for the HepulAltan 0n(nilflMi
The friends o( Inpwtor Frank Hoc
be aro boominp lilm for congressional
timber Thpy onim Iib not only a
Btalwart Urpublicati but i pwiiHarly
well f tied t make the race and more-
over has never boon Iclentiflctl with
any ran jfl in? factions. Hocbe reide
n m in).m:i roiintv. mid it ih thotifflit
that he will contest Urlatmill Jones
f jr tho delotration from that county.
Insnn tnr lioebe was In Hip oily today
and when questional relative to hi
lioss.ble candidacy would neither deny
or affirm the r port lleebe i a good
man and would cnufie trouble for the
other candidate In a Ilennbllcan con-
ANOTHER NEW HOAI).
f'hnrttr or liulf (VifflMMif A 7fnfM
m) JWImI til Tmmlnt.
A Topeka special says that a ohartor
for Hie OMIT. Chiokasnw Kansas Hall-
way company was filed with the secre
tary of state at Topoka last Wednes-
day The capital stock of tho company
will bo Si 100000. Tho rout of the
road an designated by the charter is
to bo from l'eru Kas south through
Oklahoma and tho Indian Territory to
l.rayson county Tex. and thence in a
imnritt ilirept line to Galveston. The
Ii estimated length will be 575 mile.
CONNED THE FAIlMtiKS.
ftUrk Jnmrmif .'ew ilarMntf It Oouuty
NKrtKmK. O. T. Juno 1J. l'artiofi
named i.ray and Ilowcrs traveling
through K county as insurance men
after securing contracts of insuranae
from farmers named Dunlap and Ster-
ling insisted that their houses and
barns should have lightning rods.
They secured contracts ihorofor and
stuck Dunlap for 5150 and Sterling for
8100 a la Mark Twain whoso men put
lightning rods on tho foncos pumps
outhouses etc. Judge Noll let the
arrested partios off on log ball after
refunding Hunlap'sSlSo. Now Sterling
Is after the agents. Their trial occur
next Monday at Nowklrk.
mJ1toeral Ulitahomn County .Srfw
Tho Democrats of Oklahoma county
met Saturday and selected the follow-
ing delegates to tho Domocratic con-
gressional convention: T. O. Cham-
bers S W. Johnson 15. L. Dunn J. II.
lleaty J S. Llndsoy S. A. Steward
Charles Edgorton A. J Ileal William
Lewis Tom Davis Frank Dion Jas-
per Ncedhatn. Resolutions wero passed
favoring tho nomination of J. U. Kca-
toa for Congress. The Oklahoman
(I)cm ) roasts tho convention and says
it was a cut and dried gang affair.
W. E. Simpson is hero from St. Louis.
D. N. Frazlor ishoro from Chandlor.
W F Norman of St. Louis is in tho
Attorney Joe (Julok is down from
C II DoWolfc of Leavonworth Is In
Senator J. Ljnohiadown from
II R Hplllman of Davonport IowaJ
is In the city.
iov. llarnos will roturn from Wash-
T J Taylor and F. Laboder of Per-
ry aro in thoelty.
Mrs Henry It. Asp roturnwl yester-
day from Kansas Oily.
Auditor Hopkins Is away on Hoard
of Education bualnc.
E E. liain tho Ohloago traveling
man is in tho city today.
r rank P lloushco special pouslon
examiner returned today.
ltcrt Cunningham returned to tie
city today after a years' absonoo
Col. J W. Johnson is up from Okla-
homa City attoudlng supremo court.
TomJarboc of tho Norman Demo-
crat Topic spent Sunday in tho uity.
William Rood of Oklahoma City was
admitted to tho supremo court bar to-
day Mrs. Charles 0. Oarlinghouso of
Tonca. has returnod from a visit to
Miss Lou Hotfinan of Chandler left
yesterday for Arkansas City to visit
AIikj Oraco Pottlo.
Mrs Meyers who has bean visiting
Mrs J ml go Crook for sovoral days re-
turned to her home at Purry Sunday.
Mi.se- Estelle and Maude Conkllng
left yesterday for tho Sac and Fox
agency accompanied by Roy Hoilinan.
Mr and Mr. Millar noo Maynie Fo-
rxtt of KingfUhur are tho guest of
Mr and Mrs. Wm Foott on North
Harry Ullstrap formerly odltor of
the handler News now chief clerk at
Anadarko for Agent William Walker
is in thi- city.
Judge Allison and daughter Annie
'rove over from Chandler yettterday.
A few miles from Uuthrle the storm
took on cyclonic force and the Judge
uud Nia Anrilo took to a "fratd" hole.
i arret McKlnlay spoolal agent of
tho 'oral land otllcc loft Sunday for
ChKagj whore ho will bo marrlod to
morrow m miss may smith a stenog-
rapher The details of the nuptials
wero givt a in Thk Lkaukk last week.
M.ss 'Ilou6" Mulhall aud friend
M1&3 Hertha llradley of St. Joe were
down from Mulhall. The tit. LouU
Republic of Sunday give a picture
and write up of Miss Mulhall In which
her fame as a fearless equestrienne is
duly and pleasingly hot forth.
Dr Mr Kecby arrived home last night
fro" itnvcr whore be reproMnted the
territory at tho annual meeting of the
Natisnal Medical Association of which
ho is a prominent member. The-doctor
says there were 1800 delegate present
and the meeting the beet ever yold in
tho hisiory of the association.
Iiidiunu at 1 ukon .sritu the I.uitr.
Saturday the Cheyenne Indian baud
and baseball club from Darlington
agency were at Yukon to play a tnatoh
game of ball. When tho game was
finished tho band marched to tho otllcc
of the Missouri and Kansas telephone
lino and played several sweet selec-
tions. Miss Ruby Jouos of the local
telephone exchange connected the
IAi ku otllcc with Yukon. Yukon is
1j miles from Quthrie but the music
wounded liko it might bo tho regi-
mental band at tho armory. One could
hear every note distinctly. Owing to
a misunderstanding of baso ball rules
tho Indian team was beaten by a score
of 10 to v-
Sampson sandwiches al tho "1'hllll
Tho I'ythlan olub room is bicoiulng
a popnlar rttsort.
Al llneeubark Is selling poaches
shipped in from Texas.
Come and ing "Hall Columbia"- at
the Phllllpina Party "
The Rika did work In the sky-fugle
annox degree Saturday night.
lllood hounds will soon bo attached
to tho marshal's force at Ardmoro.
The ordinance providing for the
hitching of team should be enforced.
The host brand of coffee In tho world
at itainsoy's. Sco him for anything In
the grocery line.
Get your rod white and blue gown
ready for tho "I'hilltpiua Party" Tues-
day night June 14
Ramsey makos a spcoialty of fresh
fruits and vegetables. Everything in
tho grocery lino fresh
Sunday was an idoal Juno day and
the boulevards wero thronged with
podestrians and equipages.
If you want to show your patriotism
come and onthuso with tho Trinity
Club at tho 'Phllllpplna Party."
Suit was filed today in Probato
court by iionry Kittluman against J.
Amos for labor in tho sum of Sl2.
OThc Trinity Club is making elabor
ate preparations for giving a ''Phll-
llpina Party" at tho rosidoncc of Uov.
All members of tho Uniform Rank
K. of P. arc roquostcd to meet at
Pythian hall on Wednesday night at 8
Farmers in town today way that the
abundant rains have not damaged
whi?at lut havo simply retarded its
i'ho local board of naval strategy
hold a meeting extraordinary yester
day and elected John Stone a member
ol the board.
For rent Sulto of furnished front
rooms ; also one largo front room
sou thorn front flrst lloor. Call at Tjik
Land ofllec olllclals purpose to fight
tho lato ruling of tho city attorney rel-
ative to poll tax. They say they will
not pay tho tax.
Probato Judge Fostor today Issued a
marriage license to to Oeo. Estos aged
'.'7 of llowman O. T. and Martha
Llyd aged 37 of Potter O. T.
Chas. Laux received a card today
from Jack liarvev at Arkansas City
asking for dates to play the Boston
llloomers ladles' baso ball club hero
Scvonty-flvo Shrlnors left Oklahoma
City Sunday for an excursion to Dallas.
The Eollan club will not accompany
tho Shrin. rs. Tho contract was can-
Leo Nuttor of dishing drank a half
piutof gasoline by mistake. Ho piiBhed
a lamp wick down his throat lighted
tho end that stuck out of his mouth
and calmly waited for tho oil to bo
Secretary John (iolobie of tho Ok-
lahoma Omaha exhibit is busy pro-
paring correspondence and collecting
exhibits for tho territory's space at the
exposition He says all exhibits must
bo In by tho aoth InsU
The government is taking groat
pains to guard agalnHt yollow fover
malaria and other horrors in tho in-
vasion of Cuba but nothing is said
about ivy poisoning which is a groator
horror than a'l combined.
Tho case against B. Uoo (luthrey and
others of Ponca City charged with in-
citing aud participating in a riot May
I when a negro who Insulted tho na-
tional Hag was driven from town has
boon thrown out of o urt at Pawnee.
Mrs. W. J. Wilson received a loiter
today from her son Frank M. Wilson
who is now a borgcaut in Troop K
Rough Riders encamped at Tampa.
Ho says thoro aro 5000 soldiers on-
camped there and that tho bathing is
fine. Tho troops expect to leave for
Tho Santa Fo is figuring on putting
a fast train on this division within a
fow wooks. It will bo a through train
from (lulvoston and will ouly stop at
Norman Oklahoma City (luthrie. Per-
ry and I'onca City In Oklahoma. It
will shorten tho time botwecn Ualven-
ton and Newton six hours from tho
A loam belonging to Liveryman Mc-
Croary hitched to a heavy farm wagon
ran away this afternoon but fortu-
nately did but little damage Fire-
man Nowt Andorsou ran out of tho
fire hoadquartors as tho toam was
paselng and caught ono of the horses
by tho bridle turning the team into a
tolephono polo which effectually stop-
ped further commotion.
Tho FroBbytcrianB devoted tho entire
day yestorday to chileron's services
and it was a red lotter day for both
tho young and old. Tho regular Sab-
bath services was held in tho morning
as usua only It was bhorlenod homo
after whi oh instead of tho regular
preaching service tho pastor Rev.
Mile delivered an interesting address
to lite children accompanied with
some very pointed illustrations.
Xottc to Patriot:
Tho patriotic women of.Uuthrie aro
afilfml in innnt nf tlm Ulllo ln.1... ..n.
.-----. - wvv wmw .. avwf;u IUUIUO
Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock to
wufj.vi-u luu WIUIUUU11 lur tuu U1U
of our soldiers that wo may boTeady
if a call should aomo to us.
.V I'er etk
" Wanted -Two good type-setters for
dally paper and one proskinau from
June So to September 1. One type-
setter must be fair job printer; must
be speedy. Eight dollars per week.
Maultou Journal Manltou Colo."
Tho above Is clipped from Sunday's
Wichita Eagle for the benefit of cor
tain disgruntled tradesmen In Uuthrle
who scorn to labor for twleo th.it
amount in Quthrie whero it costs but
one-half as much to lire as it does in
Are you lacking in strength and
energy Aro you nervous despondent
I rl table bilious constipated nd gen-
erally run down down in health? If
so your liver It torpid and a few doses
of Uerblne will cure you. Uorblns
hat no equal as a health restorer. V.
U. Llilie A Co.
To Curo CoQlllunUou Koravrr.
.Jk? ftiKareU t atidy CaUiartlc Uto or t&X
If C. C W fail to curt urvtuttW refund moot
HERE AND TIIERF.
Ponco Courier : Tho Ok1ahoma3tatc
Register and tho Police Oar.cllo are the
only papers which use tho as the tic
pink for tholr regular editions. Pink
always has been a good advertising
color for certain purpose for which
both papers seem to bend their ener-
gies. Osago Journal : The beat talk we
havo over heard made to tho Indians
was made to tho Osagos yesterday
morning by Col. Pollock Indian agent
at tho round house It was tilled with
good advice and suggestions mid plain-
ly showed tho colonel to bo a good
friend to tho Indian nnd not a poll-
clan. Education sobriety harmony
among each other aud a careful look-
out for the welfare of tho people woro
the topics of dlsousslon and tho points
on each wero woll made Col. Pollock
has startod right.
A woman at Pond Crook has just
slaughtered her fifth husband rubbed
her maahcto on her uloomors and start-
ed in pursuit of a fresh victim. Cham-
pion. It really looks llko Poruna is going
to bo the great burning issue this fall
and in accepting tho defensive our
chairman should call on tho Poruna
Mcdlclno Co. for a contribution to tho
populist campaign fund. Champion.
Probably tho dclogato to congress
would bo the proper one to sec tho
Some very interesting contests aro
being heard In Ponca City under tho
judicial managomont of Special Agent
Forost McKinloy. Ho had to adjourn
court for a few minutes the other day
to let a couple of witnesses settle a
little fistic encounter after which ho
said : " Tho court will now rcsuino its
original dignity." Kay County Nows.
H'lir .Vnr fj Trtrurai'h.
Some of the telegraphic war nows in
regard to the Spanish admiral isamus-
nig. bummed up it runs this way:
"And Blammod him."
"Teetotally damned him "
" lly island or cape
He can never escape."
" We've got him."
" We'vo shot him."
"Wo'ro certain to spot him "
" Wholo ileet Is around him."
" Confound him I Confound him I"
And when the secretary of war
wades through the bewildering ciphers
ho bighs : " Where in thunder is ho
any how? And where in tho geowhll-
Iklns aro we?" Atlanta Constitution.
Remember that Wednesday tho 15th
is the last day to pay taxes. Penalty
will be added after that day.
T.nRT r.ilios' p&rnot breast nin.
June 0. Finder will receive reward.
John u. cottkbal.
Tablor's Huckcyo Pile Ointment
gives Instant rellof. It alUys 1 u llama-
tlon aud heals. It is prompt in its ac-
tion and positive in Its effoot. It is the
kind that cures without pain or dis-
comfort It If for piles only. 50c
tubes 75c. F. 11. Lilllo & Co.
Fon Sai.k: A nice four year old
horse at N. 11. Smith's lljarding Stable.
liallard's Snow Liniment. Thoro is
no pain it will not relievo no Bwolllng
It will not subduo no wound it wll
heal. It will curo frost bites chllblalnl
and corns. S5 and 50. F. It. Lilllo &
Stay that barking by utlng liallard's
Horohound Syrup. It arrests the
cough allays Irritation of tho throat
and rollovcs congestion of tho lungs in
a day. It it tafo and pleasant to take
and never disappoints. 25 and SOc. F.
II. Lilllo & Co.
James Cottingham of Guthrie of
Asp Shartcll .t Cunningham has
brought suit against W. F. Pierce
sheriff of Kay county to prevent tho
collection of taxes for tho years lhlifi
and 1807 by Kay county from cattlemen
and others in tho Osago Indian reser
vation. It is claimed that tho lfsOO
taxes arccxtortionato and tho taxes
for 1B7 cannot be oolloatod by Kay
co'inty as tho Osago reservation was
detached from Kay county and attach-
ed to Pawnee county boforo tho taxos
could bo legally colloetod by the for
Kdarato Vonr Howell With Cutcnretfc
Candjr ("Rthsrtle eure conctipallon forever.
lOo.Jfcc. If (10 O fall druuKUuref uud inonsr
$100 Reward $100.
The Trailer of tlila paprr will 1m pleanwl to
learn that there la at leant one ilreatlwt tliao
that nolfiice haa boon alile to cure lu all its
alaRva and that ia Catarrh. HkII'h Catarrh
Cure In the only wiUIvb cure tuowii to th nip.
leal fraternity. Catarrh lK'ii:ir a cuiiatltutfuuat
dlstaie require a connUtutloiml treatment.
Haifa Catarrh Cure la taken Internally acting
directly upon the lloo and lnuroua aurfueei of
the ayatem thereby ileatroyluK tho foundation
of the dUeate and eivinir the natleut vtrauuth
by Uulhltnir up tho conttllotion ami aeaUtliiK
nature In iloiae It work. The proprietors havo
an much faith in Its ciiratlvu oiir that they
offr One Hundr. Hollars for anv aaifl thulit
i 'tllsloeure. Bnd for list of Wttlruonialf.
. Address P. J. C'HENBV&CO.Toldo0.
JUT Cold by Druggist 75c.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of the
country than all other diseases put together
and until the last few years was supposed to ha
iiivuiftuiD. rur Krtainiuy years uoeior pro-
nounced it a local disease and prescribed looal
remedies aud by constantly falflnt; to eure uttli
local treatment pronounced itincurable.8cl-
ence has uroven catarrh to be a coitiiuthml
disease aud. therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured
by P.J.Cheuey&Co .Toledo. Ohio is the only
constitutional curo on the market. It is taken
Internally in doses from 10 droits to a teaspoon-
ful. It acta directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Theyutfer ouu hundred
oonsr tat any caseilfaiu to cure cleiid lot
circulars and testimonials Address
F.J tHi:NEY& CO. Toledo O
43-SolJ by Druggists TSc.
Traders Grain Go.
Rooms 11 Gray lllock.
No delay In oponlng and closing trades
aud protit paid promptly Ordor
hi led promptly on Quotation
C.E SCHAEFFER Manager.
Once more competition will humbly bow before the superiority of
Guthrie's Greatest Annual Bargain Event. Once more the mys-
tic NINES are in battle array anil the week's sun will shine down
upon larger crowds at the FAIR STOKE than ever before. Our
annual NINE CENT SALE has always been greeted with en
thusiasm by our patrons. This year it will receive a more en
thusiastic welcome than ever. The bargains are greater and the
varieties larger than ever offered. Previous nine cent sales eclipsed
WASH OOODS DUl'AUTMENT.
Wash goods must BUltur. 0 cents Is
the ruling price of tho hour.
Eight choices of Madras Cloth so
Tory desirable just now for shirt waist
S3 inches wide colored ground with
plaids in pink bluo lavondcr brown
and green. Soft is wool goods and
good ISc per yard. During this sale
only 9 cents.
ORGAN 1)1 US
in tho latest designs beautiful ef-
fects and really worth IS cants per yd.
During this salo only t ccnta.
American dimitcs colored ground
beautiful patterns in nil tho now prin-
ted effects real in cent values during
this sale only 0 cents.
White and colored grounds beauti-
ful patterns in all tho colors and lat-
est designs. Are worth 15 to 19 cents
per yard. During this sale only 9c.
WHITE INDIA LINENS.
40 ynrds of India linens worth 12
to IS cents. During this sale only 9c.
Choice ol IS pieces plaids open work
oiTccts stripes and checks worth 13 to
IS cents. During this sale only 9c.
200 yards black satino worth 12& to
15 cants por yard. During this sale
only 9 cents.
3000 yards good heavy unbloac''d
muslin; two yards for 9 cents.
1000 yards bleached lino cambric
lo ol tT )
U Ii. '
iiw uf mi ini.Ji - ..'
Remember that FRIDAY of each jM
week is our REMNANT DAY. J
We will have some
FRIDAY. COME EAELY
Should we overlook
ets on the handsome Bicycle in our
Oklahoma avenue window to be given
away this month.
worth 12M cents at 9 ccnta. A snap.
700 yards checked waist Ginghams
in fancy colors. Regular price 15 to
IS cts. Closing at 9 eta.
00 yards of Scotch plaidb and checks
imitation double told worth 13 cents
closing at 9 cts.
3 yards of good tea toweling frfr only
bOO yards of 30 inch Silkallnc in a
beautiful lino of tho new Bprlng de-
signs has been selling at 1SH cts. At
this sale at 9 cts.
700 yards extra lino faurtain Sarlm
lino of pattcniB worth 16 cts. At this
salo 9 cts.
000 yards of Curtains Swiss that
Eolls universally at 15 cants per yard
during tills fialo 9 cts.
Fawns at cut prices 3 yards Honey-
comb Crash for only 9 cents.
These ilowcrs aro all new. They
haven't been In this store but ono
week. They wero made in America
for Amcricanwomen. There are flowers
iu the lot that would retail at 00 cents
per bunch In any millinery storo in
this country. Wo will begin to sell
them at 9 a m. next Thursday and tho
aslo will continue until Saturday if
the flewers hold out. Any bunch in
the wholo lot only 9 cts.
75 ladies' trimmed hats no matter
how we do this while they last for 0
in lace stripped and milled worth
19 to 35 cants your cholco whllo thoy
surprises for you. QRn
you ask for tick- 16
All Guthrie will bend its steps toward the FAIR STORE. Thurs-
day the old the young the middle-aged; thrifty housewives
and economical maidens the children and grandmothers will
wend their way to Guthrie's yearly bargain carnival for Thurs
day our doors will open the bright shining star Pnnri Innnol
ol 18J8's trade constellation our inimitable OidllU AHIIUdl
Nine Cent Sale!
last for 9 cents.
FANCY DUCKS AND LINENS.
10 pieces fauoy Ducks and plain Lin-
ens juat tho tiling for separato skirts
and tailor-mado Bi'its wortli 15c at 9
M I LLINERY DEl'ARTM ENT.
In this department ns in all others
of our establishment wo will give you
Rome astonishing values during our 9
Choice of ladies' untrimmed h&ts iu
good straw and fancy braids extraor-
dinary valuosjat 35c and' 50c will go at
200 white and black Canton sailors
thoy never sell for loss than 35c and
thoy will go at 9 cents.
150 black and whito colored crowns
rough nnd ready sailors the very latest
and most approved nhapes would o
cheap at SOc during our salo 0 cents.
2000 yards of fancy ribbons in all
the good shades such as pink and
cream sky blue and cream green and
leghorn cream and heliotrope and
black width ranges from 4 to 0 Inches
worth from 19c to 38c and they go in
this sale at 9 cents.
Choice of 50 jet and rhinestono and
fancy Ruckles and l'ins some of which
sold as high as 35c all this season's
purchases and the very latest novelties
for hat trimming to bo closed out at 9
1000 embroidered ilandkorcliicfs
komc arc worth up to 25c and 35c now
only u cents.
MEN'S CRASH SUITS
Hats to Match
Charge For . . .
llamlsoiiio Lino of Men's Crash Suits
Sold elsewhere at $5.
I AlYTP' rUTl Laclies' Sailor worth $1.50 sale price 05c.
LAUluP flAl 0""TrImmed IIats worth ?8.50 sale price $1.50
3 bottles go.d quality vasalino 9o
1 cubo of good black pins 9c
3 penholders 9c
9 rubber tipped pencils bo
3 bunches of rjuill tooth picks 9c
2 box 08 hair plus ....... 9o
2 boxes bono buttons 9o
3 bottles of good ink 9c
3 spools of linen thread . 9c
1 boxes of T. M. blacking 9c
2 mouse traps 9c
3 null brushes 9c
9 thimbles . 9c
1 good hair brush 9o
1 good hammar . ... 9c
1 whisk broom 9c
3 papers of safety pins 9a
2 do.eu hooks and eyes 9c
2 child's round comb . 9o
2 boxos hair crimpers (fiT
1 15 cont comb . 9c
2haircurlors . . 0c
2 bottles of gilt paints 9o
9 rubber hair pins - 9c
2 boxes invisible hair pins 9c
9 bolt pins 9c
1 ounce perfume .. -.... 9c
1 good purso 9c
1 hoso supporter . 9c
3 cakes buttermilk soap 9c
3 cakes glycerine soap 9c
3 cakes castila soap ..... 9c
2 tooth brushes ....9c
K dozen brushes 9 1
10 tablets 9c
2 ink tablets 9c
1 pair mitts ...... ... 9c
1 pair gloves 0c
1 bottle ammonia 9c
2 spools knitting silk 9c
L P. OQ PR
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