The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL ORQAN OF OKLAHOMA DEMOURACY OFFICIAL STATE PAPER OFFICE OF PUBLICATION HARRISON AVENUE.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 2H. 1898
GLAMOR FOR BONDS.
AMERICANS IN CUBA.
OUTLOOK IN MANiy.
SENATE GETS NOISY
ENFORCE STAMP ACT
i Till! t.KIDKH
It a Mm Snr t'
I VV TO UATK.
! soils d ii!
i TJIK tltAHKH
) ITat tht Xnet )
i VV TO VA.TK.
I It Used to Make
I The Eagle Drug
iiiiiiii !. i'iil' k ' -1
0. FORD PROP. RATES: $1 AND $1.25 PER DAY.
THE CAPITOL HOTEL
The Capitol is 300 feet from the Posloflice 200 feet from Opera
House in the center of Business and has the Best Cyclone Cel-
ar in Oklahoma.
Wf14'iW frd ifc4fc1t "$"!$'$ txxfc
Pabst Ice Plant.
Pure Crystal Ice
And Distilled Water. .
Our prices for this season "will be as follows:
Ice in quantities of 500 lbs and over 35c per 100 lbs
Ice in quantities of 200 lbs and less than 500 lbs J0c per 100
Ice in quantities of 100 lbs and less than 200 lbs 50c per 100
50 lbs of Ice 25 cents. 25 lbs of Tee 15 cents.
12$ lbs of Ice 10 cents G lbs of Ice 5 cents.
1 000 lb ice books containing 40 tickets 25 lb $5.00
260 lb ice books containing 40 tickets 0 lb $1.50.
Distilled water 5c per gallon.
PAUL JUNDT Manager j
Low Rate and
t;S ft. All
fp Eagle brand
of condensed Milk.
Our Illustrated" Pamphlet entitled "Babies"shoulo
Be in Every household. Seht cn application.
New yobk Condensed Milk Co. hew you.
MKETINU BOND DEBTS.
. Territorial Auditor Draw a Warrant for
This morning Auditor Hopkins drew
a warraut on tho territorial geieral
fund for the sum of 82800.00 which
will bo forwarded to meet tho annual
interest on the territory's bonded In-
debtedness. The total bonded dobt of
Oklahoma la hut ? 19000 and was In-
curred iu tho oreotiou of tho university
normal bcliool and agricultural college
building. To meet the annual interest
and provide for a sinking fund an an-
nual tax of one-half mill is levied and
thoro U now In tho treasury a surplus
of about 18000 to apply on the cancel-
lation of tho bonds when thoy become
Thousands of persons have been
cured of pllo by uhing De Witt's Witoh
Hazal Halve. I" heals promptly and
euros Kczpina and all skin diseases. It
gives iuniedUto icllef. J. Wheeler &.
The Iirittsh Hon very weary
to witness our Fourth of July
jollification; but now 'that ho
and tlio American Kaglo liayo
become such warm friends ho
will cease to look at It in a per-
It used to mako pooplo very
weary to pay two or three prions
for good reliable drugs; but
that's all over now.
Ono price and that a small
ono is the. rule h r). Come in
and let us prove it to you.
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop. I
' ' -If. l -l l l
Only ono faro plus 82 and customary o
N. K A. membership fee for tickets jj
to Washington. I). O. and return a
They will be on sale July 3 1 and S
1808 at Santa Fo Koute ticket olllces.
Pullman Palaco and Tourist Sleepers
and freo chair cars will leave points in
Oklahoma on July 4 1S!)8 for accom-
modation of teachers and their friends
and go through to Washington 1). 0.
without change The unders'gned will
be glad to tell you when train will pass
this station or nearest junction point.
Itinerary and list of desirable low-
rate excursions from Washington f i ee
on application. A. J. Cohkik
Guthrie O T.
Oklahomaiu in II uili(o After Mart
Washington Juno 32. A. II. Hass-
ler of Knld Okla. Is in Washington
endeavoring to secure an appointment
as a first lieutenant in ono of the im-
Amos Kwlng tho coal oil inspector
of Oklahoma ia in Washington looking
after the Kingfisher pobt ollico fight.
Aro you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous despondent
Iritable bilious constipated and gen-
erally run down down In health? If
bo your liver is torpid and a few doses
of Ilerblne will euro you. Ilerblne
has no equal as a health restorer. F.
U. Llilie &. Co.
Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind. says
that for constipation he bat found De-
NY Ufa Little Rarly lUsers to be perfect.
Tivjy never gripe Try lbein for
stomach and liver troubles JWheel-
er & Son. """
Bids for One Hundred and
Fifty-seven Millions Aie
Special (o The Dally Leader.
Washington June 23. Bids
have been received from the
people of the United Slates for
one hundred and fifty seven mil-
lions of bonds.
Troon.s at Chattanooga
Special to Tne Dally leader.
Chattanooga June 28.
There are nearly 0000 troops
here now. Twenty-live hundred
men arrived to-day.
Kntiro Army Landed.
Special to The Dally Leader.
Chicago June 28 A special
to the News shortly after mid-
night says that Shafter's entire
arjny has landed at Baiquiri.
Launches continue to remove
mines from the harbor.
There is no doubt that the
cable cut by the St. Louis yes-
terday was the last line con-
necting Cuba with the outside
Spaniards ItaritiMl Halq uiri.
Special to The Dully deader.
Kingston .June 18 Span-
iards burned Baiquiri before
leaving. There was no opposi-
tion to landing.
Spanish Flag i'or Mason.
Special to The Dally lender.
Chicago June 28. Senator
Mason has been presented with
the Spanish Hag captured at
Cavite. The donors were the
o&cers and men of the Mag ship
Kant fJitfire Cam .NiouM ho 1'owjltl In tin-
"I understand thoro is a desiro in
certain ijuarturs to comproml o the
Rast Guthrie case" remarked o citizen
to the LiKADKU today. " This should
not bo thought of one Second by the
ICast Guthrie people. They are in the
fight now and they should contest tho
matter to tho bitter end. Tho olub
committee should confer with the city
council ond apply tho 81800 received
from tho saloB of Mast Guthrlo lots to
win the case Tho greatest mistake
so far made is in employing yollow
lawyers and in dragging politics Into
a matter which ancts the hemes of
If your child ha thin palo cheeks
uncortain appetite and unrcttful
sleep it has worms and curing with
strong medicines only makes condl
tlons worse by irritating Its delicate
stomach. WHITE'S UiKAM VKRMI-
KUOK is mild but cortaln in effect and
Is a Buporior tonic as well as a poaitlvo
worm destroyer. F H Lllllo it Co.
Vnsa of Jcmhia WooiIkoii from 1'airlnitka
Tho territorial supremo court con-
vened in adjourned session this morn-
ing with Chief Justice lJurford and As-
sociates Tarsney MeAtee Halnor and
Hurwoll sitting. Tho only caso con-
sidered was that of Jemima Woodson
from 1'awhuska court. Tho case in-
volves the jurisdiction of tho district
court recently established in the Osage
nation. Morgan & I'ancoast of Perry
appear for plaintiff and Assistant
Scothorn represent tho United Statos.
3tay that barking by utiog Ilallard's
liorehound Syrup. It arrests the
cough allays irritation of tho throat
and relieves congestion of tho lungs in
a day. It is safe and pleasant to take
and never disappoints. 25 and SOc. F.
it. iu no & uo.
0VEII THE TEHIUT0BY.
John MoClaren a man aged 80 yoars
living near Frailer was thrown from
a horso last Saturday and killed.
John Kmmersji who 11vb olose to
town on the south and who is among
the oarly settlers has a uiedal which
ho oherishos very highly. Mr Kiumur-
son's father was in the battle of Water
loo. Out of a solid regiment of 900
Highland warriors only loo escaped
with their lives aftor the engagement
with Napoleon Konaparte. To each of
the 100 survivors of that battle was
given a medal of honor for bravery by
the KngHhh government Mr. Bmmer-
son' father came to this country and
tattled near St. Louis whore he died
in 185U leaving this heirloom to his
son John The medal Uof solid bi.ver
thicker and larger than a S-' gold
piece On ono side U this Inscription :
MuiwiiH'uu -Yaierioo.iun. is lsli"
and ou the other' "George 1'rinee He-
gent" with portrait. Around the odge
of the medal are the words "John Km-
marson d or It. II. Hag. Infantry."
Win your battles oiralnst disesjin hv
acting promptly. One Minute Cough
Cur. produeee Immediate results
When taken early it preventa con-
sumption. And in later stages it fur-
n'siies prompt relof. J. Wheeler A
Thousands of Sold'frs Under
General Shatter Land
Washington June n. Official -entmicft-0
received tonlfht by both flecretary Al-
ger and Secretary Long Indicated that the
landing of troops near Santiago wan pr
gresalng tnet fAVot-My. The first taint-
ing was effected at Bakiulri this morn
lug ami met with comparatively niiRht r.
latance. This was stated In a denputrh
reoelvcd this evening by Secretary Algol
Which though brief was full of new and
meaning. It follow j
"Illira Del Bute June 22.
"Secretary ofWa r WashlngtMi D. C-
orr iuiqniri Cuba a.-i.an(ilng at ni-
qulrl this morning Mccessful. Very little
If any resistance. SILAWEU."
Secretary Atger Xpresset himself as d
lighted atth e expedition with which the
landing of the trooiw was toeing- effected
nnd u-Hh the rt that m serious obstacle
was being offered by the enemy lie con-
strued the t-t of Gen. aihafter'a message
to mean that the enemy had made merely
a nominal and Inffeetlve resistance by fir-
ing from the hltls at long range.
Shortly after Seorewrj' Alger received
his despatch Secretary Iong received a
more extended cablegram from Admiral
aamiMKm. It too waa dated at IMnya
lel Rate at o'clock this evening 'he
text of the deepatch translated from the
navy department cipher la as follows:
SAMPSON OAlll.TDS T11K N1SWB.
"I-imllris ofthe trmy la progroMlng fa-
vornbly at llakiulrl. Tliere la very little
If any resistance. The New Orleans De-
troit Caetlne Washington and Suawanee
helled vicinity before tha landing. The
made ft detrmnMratlon at Oabanas to en-
gage the attention of the enemy. The
Texas engaged tlie west battery for some
hours. he had ono man killed. Ten sub-
marine mines have Iteen rMaveraU from
the channel of Guantanma. Cgmmunlei-
tlon hy telegrapli has beft e-tflbllilied ni
In th cliambam of iltpntlw tho policy
of tlie government In (lie PlUUtpnluea has
been under ooiuldaratlaiu Hmor Cana-
lajes denounced the governniBiit far try.
lug to shield Keelf from rosnofi-imity for
tho preeent situation by closing the onrtew.
In both army and navy circles the In-
formation contained In the deanatchee of
Oen. aimftor ami Admiral Bampaon was
received with Intense satisfaction. Tho
landing of so large a body oftrooim aa
Hen. Shatter at present has tinder his
command la a task of immense proport
ions. A prominent official of tlie war
department said tonight that the complete
debarkation of the troops animal field
Kuns and supplies within a week iitt-r
their arrival off the Cuban coast would
be a task well aeeompltahed. U U prob-
able in the opinion of the officer re
ferred to that only a jwrtlal landing of
the trooiw waa effected today and that
tlie landing will be continued from ua
to day until completed. It la not likely.
too that the troops kill lie landed ataev-
oral places along the coast of course
within a short distance of the headquar-
ters which Oen. Shatter will establish
for himself .
THIS LANDING IS CLBAUISD.
Admiral Humjieon's despatches Injlltvite
that he la carrying out Instructions thor-
oughly to clear away for tlie landing of
trcoiia. Te dejtuupitraLMHi whteH )
mude with tlie Texas before Cabanas
which is Just east of Guantaitamo may
easily have ld the Siianlards to s'ipn
Itose a landing was to be aIU.-hhiUhI la
thi.1 Ipiinedlate vicinity. It was evi-
dent from the test of Admiral Samp ion's
despatch that a considerable landing
1-ad already been effected ueii-.' Quanta
namo aw lie noted tha. comiituuioatloii
by telegraph had been re-est4b'.sheU at
this pjetot and that lli. chinnel nal beei
cleared at submarine inln.'j. Jn the opin-
ions ftf naval ofneers tho lanJIng at
Qua tana mo was of marmot rather tu-n
of land focees. .
Tlie cable station through which the
American coawtaitders will communicate
with tlie departments In '.his city has been
eatabllabed aa shown by I ha date of
the deap-tohea received IhW evening t
riaya del Bate a small plae dlrnrtl on
Manila. The chalice wm made from
fainp MeCalla to I'layi d ! ISto in order
that the station might be n arer the set ne
How Thoy Lundoil.
(Copyrighted by Associate 1 Pre U-
On baara I he Am". Ul.J I'rosx rxsiiatch
float Wanda off J 1. 1 ut r I V. ln. lay
June X noon via I'hj -II I'.hii um
tt-Aut O'clock the h. ut .ii .. ! t I i
been ftxea for cowmencii ' 'li-. m'-nk
atloa cairn) and passed the expedition waa
In suapeuae. but the squadron lay rocking
complacently outstde the Utile bay.
Alout K ISa. m tht- botnltarilment of the
hills suroundlng the vilUgr- of JuruKna.
(Continued to Third Page
Germany Inclined to Gel Gay
Heport of the Massacre of
I-ondott June M.-Iteport- from Jlsnlla
says a ntectal dtopatt'h (mm SIiaftglMl
indleatei the existence of fears Uwt Setl-
ora August) wife of Cnptnln general All-
guatl and her children have been nmi-
sncrel by the rebels on the tlulscan.
It in thmight according to the name ad-
vices that this Is the reason of the un-
willingness of Gen. AgulnUdlno the In-
surgent leader to allow the nrltl'h con-
sul to start to rescue them.
Ijondon June t 3 The Vienna corres-
pondent of the Dally Telegraph ays All
the Information that reached here from
Mdrld proves lieyond a doubt Unit the
position of the n'leen regent ha lieeome
altogether untenable ami tliat her ma-
jesty will resign the regency within a
very short perkxi. in well informed
quarters here It Is believed that the next
defeat for the Spaniards will upset the
conditions prevailing In Madrid.
Ijondon June a Tlie Dally Notts jmh-
Hntiea a statement alleged to come from
n corresiKHident having access to good in-
formation that the occupation of Manila
by parts of the crews of th rorelgn war
ships there Is an accomplished feet al-
though It may nrolMhly lie three or four
days before the ofllclal news arrives by
way of Ifoudkong.
Tlie commutilcatlen proceetls to aay.
"Over a month ago Admiral Dewey pre-
isiretl to lKHnbanl ManlU. At tide Junc-
ture lionvever a new factor was a tilled to
Hhe situiitlon. Tlie aenmnu consul not-
ing on precise Instructions wlitoli had
Just arrived by the Gcrvnaii -aralilp
Irene strongly opposed a Itoniunrtlmeut.
These Instructions were clear ami cate-
gorical and emanated directly from Km-
tieror Williams coldnet.
It was then that Admiral Dewvy aakpd
for reinforcements ami supplied Agulnlad-
ino with arm. While Qernmny gatheretl
a naval force Hie hiteutlon at lterltn was
If not to take posse-slnn of Manna at
least to co-operate In the Wnilliu' Admir
al Deweys force nut lielng aufHelcnt to
protect Oerman Interests. Captain gen-
cntl Augustl had on his part Informed his
gnvermnent of the situation ami several
Interviews took place at Madrid with the
Oerman emlmsaadore tho result lielng
that It waa decided that captain gereral
Augustl should apiial to the foreign wxr
shtns a Manila excluding the American.
to protect the Uvea and property of Did
Inhabitants against the Insurgents
It was an hvllroet way of ospltulatlm;
while tlie staring Spanish amour pittper.
There Is no doulit Admiral Von Die-
drichs lias taktm com ma ml of the forces
lamb! althouti he lias not taken pos-
session In behalf of Germany nut will
he when the American reinforoemetits
arrive be willing to Haw his forcbw to
rtt-embarkT 'llie whole question ties
In this Issue apiieara the formal an-
nmincsment af J. N. C. Johnson as a can
didate for the repubUenn nemlnntlun for
county clerk of Logan emmty. Mr. John-
n Is the present dsiiuty clurk. In this
IHMltlon he lias dsmonstrateil sxssllent
abllUy. lie writes a fine hand Is rapid
and accurate In figures and lias an ngree-
ht disposition. He Is an attraetlve
speaker and has taken an active imrt In
It campaigns. If nomlnatsd he would be
aaeentabfe to the people ami ls ejected
Imdo4i June The llerltn eerrwspen-
dent of the Times commenting on the
discussion of the Philippine question
says: -There would be a storm of lodt-
ginHion in the Oerman press if tste Unit-
ed States were to become master of the
!hlllpplnes while Uermany got nothing.
In tha nw of many Censan iteliiicaiui
anything w-uld iw better tbaH-that. and
they woakl even psrfer to as the Inter-
vention of savaral HnnspagH ixwm to
protoot the Ufe and propert of their sub-
Joe t from the rebels followed by the
acquisition of a naval elation for each
"There Is In fact a strong Inclination
to repeat ttxi (Xilaeee drama at Klan Cbo
win never un opportunity U afford tl.
IttlatUely ( i what U.imaiiy alreatly pue-iw-iui
lit hat vi-rylhlns t gain hy stisb
i puli of fill liirei .ill urouii-l
"There can however be little doubt
that n Kuroin-HJi power or -HnbinjilioH
of xW'-rs wltl vt mure to preveni (he
I ml'd Willi c.nl fin it Drill in form nti-
llii.K Hit futillf of the Ih1l1pirin i UB-
'intl .r .it I. tat uniler pr .I'M n. u of
iii ir ' ii) Miit i.n j1 f-tnca. i .luuuantsl
opinion would not only speedl rknow-
bulge tin suength of an Angto-Americn
naval slilance but would b prautkally
UnafnimoUH against incurring I hi risk of
the r.Hmmef ial i iiusequem t "f a breach
Willi 1ie I nit a Slate
During the Debate On Hawaiian
Annexation Which Drags
Washington June tt Opponents of the
annexation of Hawaii again occupied the
attention of the senate today. Mr. White
(Detn. Calif ) resumed his speech begun
yesterday but after speaking two hours
yielded the floor to Mr. Pettlgrew who
dlsenssej the resolutions for an hour and
a half. Mr White had not concluded hl
speech Mr. Pettlgrew taking up the argu-
ment against the resolutions merely to af
ford him n oppertunlty to rest.
After concluding hi presentation of tho
legal end constitutional objection hv lunl
to urge agtilnirt the reolutlon Mr. White
entered upon a dlsriNisInn of the -state
ments that the i-nsaewtton of ihe lltvrall-
n Islands vns a mllltay neocHii to the
United States particularly n now the
government had Important lnteri-ts in
the llilllimlno isrsitdn. He rldiciileil tlie
Men that the Hawaiian group was needed
by this country aa a balf way t.iilon to
Manila lie pointed out taht from Ban
franclseo it was 118 miles neirr to Ma
nila by Hie way of Unalaelut than it wa
hy Ilonahitu. lie said loo tt h nl been
urged that the Hawaiian inlands were
needed as a defense of the Nlt'trngimn
canal. He though It much more d'-iirabl"
to defend tha canal from Rnn Prnclsco
whlcli was only 1760 miles from the ter-
minus or from Ban Diego only 1J09 mi'ch
away. A groat length Mr. White ridi-
culed the statesmsnts of the naval nnd
military extwrta that the United States
ought to hold the Hawaiian group aa a
military necessity to liferent Its seizure
hy any other nation and to use It as a
stepping stone sewn the Piclfle lie
maintained that wen If the arguments ot
the- experts were correct the United
Scales ixMscsshiR the bunmls would have
l.i surround them with treninnduous na-
val power to defend them In time of war.
"No one" declared Mr. hltc "is seek-
ing for a. light wfh us and no ono ever
will. If the Pacific Ci.txt is not veil de-
fended now how will you make It tttlatr
to defend by acquit in other terrltriy
that also mux: ie dof.tndott. If ws run
Mimmalo this scheme we will be told we
must have the Philippines because llu.
wall Is not worth much unless we can
have something else to use it for. And
when we have annexed the Philippine
we must have something else. So we will
extend our action around the globe nn 1
enter upon an Imperialistic policy. Is It
for a coaling station tliat we propose to
ohange our policy? It so let our govor-
niont get our coaling station (Peail bar
bor) ami let the government ut Hawaiian
Islands proceed to work out Its destiny
what ever that may he. It we need a
coaling station In the Hawaiian Islands
it does not follow tlrnt we need the Is-
lands. If ws need a coating station In
China It does not follow that we need the
entire Chinese empire."
Mr. While mslntatned that there would
be no impropriety In tlda government en-
tering a protest against any other nation
Interfering with the present government
of Hawaii and In face ot such proteat
no nation would Interfere.
Shortly after dhree o'clock Mr. White
announced that he waa much fatigue
and yielded tne floor to Mr. PeUgrew.Mr.
White wfll proceed with his speech to-
morrow. Mr. Hoar mads aa effort to secure con-
sent to vote upon the eoafsrenoe report
upon tne nankrinitcy bill without debate
but objection was made.
Air. Allison then presented the con ft r
i.ne report on the Indian bill. After th
reading of the report at the suggestion
of Mr. Davis te report was orden.i
printed -tnd went over.
Mr. Ptttlgrew inquired of Mr. Allison
weutt would he dans by tne eonferoes
sAmmk the free fenaesteed provision of
tne senate bllL
Mr. Allison replied thai the senate pro-v-aoii
had been strtekea out and provision
inserted extending the freo homestead to
July 1. itt.
"What have yea done regarding
isaalng of wlnaral tandf" Inquired Mr
'That provisUn was oonslderabty mod-
ISsd." replied Mr. Allison. Authority In
given the Indians to lease mineral IuimIh
under certain conditions."
"We have never acknowleb-e the right
af th Indians" said Mr. ivttigrew. "to
lease mineral lands on a reaervatlon
Tkts provision wilt involve s loss of hun-
dreds of mnUoas to Ike government. It
wm cost more than the present war."
M -M p. m Pettlavew not having eo-
cludede bis sseeeli the senate want lato
executive fioa and at S:tt adjoumd
FKAlt A 0IUAKUlENT.
Cadiz June . A vessel which has ar-
rlvad here reports that she met in JI
Shwdtsh enanal an Asaertoan vwl
wMah gave ettaae. This report 1-ads to
tha belM that taa AwerUans inlend to
bamhmnl 8anlh frii
Kdorate Tonr llowrln XVitli CHicarets.
Candy ("Rtharu. cu-e constipation foreier
VtoJ&t- If i 0 ' fai'.druKgmreiHi'dindnep
One Provision of the New War
Bill Getting a Run For
Washington June ! lvrv posslMe ei
fort In being inn.!. Iv hi t r. tary of tho
treasury to put into . i utiwii on Juij 1
the mlheftlvc stump tux r. noim of tho
Waf revenue ni. It l n i nought lH'r
ullih- hovvev.r to h.n. u imiw on mlc
In all parts of the cuunirj n that date
The i iw luclariu thnt It sli ill be dem-
"il n mi dt nivanor not to rnx a stamp
t " 1 k check note Uiatr etc pun
ishuhle . a Hue not exceeding )KW. The
law fun 1 i declares that -ui U unRt.itm
l lmtirum nts docunit nis or patters nhitl
not li Miii.ftenl ivlilirne In any court
In fan .i.l. It N 1..H. mi that many
embiirr.ivnients and cn loves cannot
be niililrd NevrrllieU si ihe force at
the l.iin.iti of enKral .md printing I
Horklrn; t m ry hour r i.- twenl To-jr
to get out the stiimi's h tTirts will bo
mnde to iiihuM- to u inlnlrrum nnibarr -.
mints ni-itig- from tin n w Uw. At out
75(1 ok i vt mum will be hM... -I to the Vi
cine coi t today .mil othi r lilpntt nti will
follow In i.i plcl hiiki-isioii ihe stamp
wl'l be mm to ridlect'irs ..r Internitl m
etnie. in) l) them dixtiitiuti d t'J the depu
ties. N.i 1 1 n il luuiki In i at h t..wn will re
nlve ti I. r phic reinMs t. hatidl. tho
Htnmiei for the hmiit of th. piihlle un
ill nt In i uianKinw nts in le made for
their illstril utloti The low rite of dli
count ii r ( i IV i jn j.rson.
pun hiisim itiunpH In iu unities of J100
It la ).. II ..l will opint. to make It
tllffii tilt to .ecu re u luril. I. nt numlier ..f
lot al hk iicles to supply thr public ncrdi
but special apiieals will le nude and the
hops la expressed that tin re will he found
lit every community n HuffMmt number
of public spirited citizens to undortake to
handle th" stamps.
STILL TALKING ALLIANCE.
VIHWIOD WITH MUCH PAVOIt HY
London June U-The Mamuls ot Ians
downe secretary of state for war ad
dressing the conservative unions of ron
don today endorsed the recent IJIrmlnir
ham speeches of tho secretary of slato
for the colon I'm In whlcli Mr. ('hum-
berlaln expressed tin hop. Hint the day
would como when tin t ir irr.l stripe-
and the Union Jnck wouM w tve tn(- ih
f-r over an AiikIo tt ixoii iilll nice.
Lortl Lansdnwii nal. I he fount nothlm:
In Mr. Chamherln lu's spei t Ii to. offend tin
common sense of the pitrlott-'m of nrrit
Tho Olilof llurecsa of Milcaburcr. Pa .
sayg DoWitt's Mttlo Karly ItiBers are
llio boot pills ho over UNotl in his fami
ly during forty yoars of housekeeping
'lhoy cure constipation sick headucho
and stomach and liver troubles. Hmall
In slxo but groat In results. J. Wheel-
or A Son.
Tho annual meetiiitr of thoconirro-
gation of the Klrst Presbyterian
ohuroh of Huthrle Ok. for tho pur-
poso of dealing elders deacons and
trustees and for tho transacting of
auy builncHS that may bo brought be-
fore It will bo held in tho church
Monday evening Juno JTtli at eight
Hy order of tho session.
J l Havnukhs Clerk
Juno p. I'-'-m 2ld3t
Innll tli. w .rid tin rt n n i -.Hier trf nmfnt
SO pore HO - W . t 8.1 B il. KH.)v r i.
Serving uri v in nn! In utt.t n ti afc.u.
Scslji no. I Iiur in el eruilnaliuK every In
luor m Kuriii lmtli wnli (inom h..Ai
slid gentle uion ni i nD wuh 1 1 in i hjl ou.i
luent thu great kkm cute.
WAR ON DItUU THICKS.
I will for th noxt TU IltTY DAYS
give apselul pries- in
01 M l'KKlfUMKllY
and in fast everything In my storo nt
rotlueed prises. I. will give you the
boat Paint for tho money in the
world. Call and get prices.
(IM. IN. . 1 1 .(.
t ' dkd-.kl -v(l (tf ftfr
EVERY HUMOR ". "7 .o. ".;'"
BEHFBO'S DRUG HOUSE
UOi OKTtJiM.V.t ArjUfPJt.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1898, newspaper, June 23, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74262/m1/1/: accessed March 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.