The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR ABSTRACTS LOANS AND INSURANCE SEE W. M. BRONSON REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY
I Ikt llnery Song.
fn i JJewtt 1 -'t tije n.oai TlBbl'
ln Yrk.Mn alicliow em how tongtit
Jn t n'le fvimurl have tils oDwectrav
gh'irg panun hireling tn Manila Hay
lo t ncTCt j.i it Didn t Devcy lo it t
ln t Dswev wii in in ibe Brat big Sanr
On t newev show 'em war li not a poemt
an t Iwt do it to tee Dons all TlRht.
In t Yankee laddies f a 'en on It) gtrle '
Urn't U tnoien to make a QuifanTmfljoi
. No upwry oian'tdb A thtnjj it Spajfa:
it a little starter 11
it a nine starter hi areiiRe me mbirb.
s ouri)-wey (ItrtU'liorntMit and shell
hough he took it ea7 t a a tate of bell
t the Dun in aner rail un Yankee t'lcV
- canr j . foi rulaanrt deMror their brig"
ililiBtHif tier bull 1ght no the Sau-
na h lar
at sbe ha "uTHntnew in Manlu war
hen it i omen t DghtlnK Yankee hljn and
n!v dn it wit her tongue and pea
A SMALL 1'OX 8CA11E.
m;foiiu of Ji llrrail Jlrnc Vrorfi to bt
ctcrtlay afternoon Dr. Ryan tlio
iota Po pbyBiclan was Informed by a
igram tliat tlio north bound pas-
. . r train had several oases of small
The doctor mot the train whon It
ached this city and found trainmen
id passengers in n panic.
The c inductor dlreotod Dr. Ryan to
imtn grant car filled with Gorman
lmigrants bound for California from
ilvcston whore thoy had landod In
is country. The doutor found nearly
ery one in the oar marked with orur.-
jn similar to the symptoms of small
ix and matters assumed a grave as
ct However upon investigation
d inquiry the marks were dis'overod
be mosquito bites mado by tlio 01-
ston mosquito which has a rcputa-
n for size and vlndicttvenoss not
cond to the famed Now Jersoy va-
sty The conductor of the train wbb
catly reliovcd when ho found that
i train was not a rolling pest houso
tho passengers were threatened to
ib him for not sidetracking tho tin
grant car at the places wheic
3ps were mado threatening hanging
ho did not depart immediately.
The Germans wore unable to make
emsolvcB understood in English and
o fow oi the train who talked Oor-
in wco not hunting cases of small
SL'KAY TO BUILD.
ii llunilMffuii tti;ilfiifi( to Jirret i Jliisl-
nest limine on Vliluhoina . I mine.
Mr. 0 C KncUloy reprosentlng Na-
anlol McKay a capitalist of Wash-
gton D.C who owns muoh proporty
Guthrie is discussing plans for erect-
g a large three story brick business
ock on the north sido of Oklahoma
cnuo at tho corner of Division street
io new building will bean improved
to date structure containing all
idem Improvements. It is likely
at tho work will be begun at the bo-
nning of the fall season.
COUll'JL' JLV.Y J10YI3.
'iltfe llurfont It ttixlnut to Flint i Jlttter
District Judge John II. liurford is
ixfous to secure bettor quartors for
vsuprcmc and district courts of the
rritory and the oflieos belonging
orcto Tho lease on tho proscnt
illd'ng will soon explro and Judge
.irford is cisting about for batter
oms It li likely the whole second
orof either tho proposed Weinberger
McKay buildings will bo leased.
TO ASSIST SOLDIERS.
ulfei of tli II omen's IMIrf Carp litre an
Knjuyable Hntertu In in en t.
Tho entertainment given by the
dies of tho Women's Uelief corps at
o Pythian hall last night was au
ceptionally pleasant affair. A largo
owd was prcsont and all seemed do--ous
of tendering substantial aid to
dunteers who have gone from Okla-
3ma to battlo in behalf of Buttering
ba. Tho hall was profusely decor-
d with Hags and emblems Gov.
arncs delivered a neat address and
o program published in tho Ln.uiK.il
t-stcrdoy was carried out entirely
itch work was sold and delicious ro-
eshments served. The ladios of the
rps are deserviug of great orodlt for
elr laudable work.
A DELIGHTFUL IMItT Y
reu ntrriluy ICrenlny by Irtne Turner
'Jo Many frirmU.
Miss Irene Turner gavo a delightful
at home '' from 3 to 5 o'clock yostor-
y evening at the homo of hor par-
ts Mr pnd Mrs. M. L. Turner. The
ual pastimes wore engaged in and
Iiciouh re fresh tuontB ware served.
1 ioso present were :
Mai el Nix Norma llollinan Ethel
nchtrt Maud l'uintor Maua Moek
leu Pronson Pay llronson Mary
iss Lenoro Ilnrke Allco Speneor
Utle Thwing Ituby ICulley lSdua
Hey lllanch iijnirlocU Mattio
eriK Pearl ahoniV Maud Itbder.
th Kerr R-th Thwing lieatriee
Her Walter Korr John Coyle linrl
rk. Thane Clark Frank White
wis Uronscn Uoy Kamsay Sanford
ooks Allen ltrooks Lanson Harper
mp Voider lioorge Smith.
t Lansing Mlahig&n on tho lfith
t - to tho wifo of C. G. Cellars a
Mrs Wellar8 formerly resided in this
y and is tho oldest daughter of Mr.
d Mrs Ii P. Leaoii.
Odd t'tlloir; .titration.
spe- a' meeting of Guthrlo lodge.
3 1 u O P. is hereby Vailed for
d ay evening June 3UI laud at
im it p in jur mo purpose oi onu-
rlng the Initiatory doL'ree. and In.
ditcing a member elected upon oor-
rate. Visitors welcome.
W. H Cooi'Kii N. O.
-" .- 'vv bM a J
I fabler's Uuckoyo Pilo O'ntmont1
)e Instant relief. It allays inllama-
a and heals It is prompt in Its ac
o and positive In Its effeot- It is tho
cl that cures without pain or dls-
fort It if for piles only. 50a
30. V. H. LHlla &. Co.
li!uctT"!r Xtoirel With Cut care la.
I-inily catbiirttc euro cormtlpatlon foreur.
i mi. u uw.v iiii. urwK4iirpi4uu uiuocx
TO F10UT PAINE CASES
Itntt Guthrie Ctllmm Art lMermlnnl to
5M Thrtr Jloinrf.
A largo and enthtislastlo meeting of
the Citizens of Bast Guthrlo was held
at the Guthrlo club roon.s last High I
The object of the meeting was to dis-
cuss tho status of tho cases of I'alrio
and PlUgerald against Itnst Guthrlo
homesteaders now pending In court.
It was deetded to vigorously fight the
oascs.and aeommittcoof sevon oltUons
from ICast Uutlirlo will assist coiuisol
lu tho ease. The oon.mlttec is as fol-
lows : For tho southeast quarter Hast
Guthrie. W. II. Ooyle J. M. Urooka G.
II. Lynda and A. O. Parquharson j fr
tho northeast quarter P. II. Grcor U.
0. Gum and Luthar West.
CITV IN HKIBF.
Mow the wc 'tis.
Tramps are numorous.
llepalr tho sidewalks and pavomonts.
Yestetday was tho longest day of thp
Snbsorlbo to the roliof fund for slok
J. II. Havlghorst Is building a lagoon
on "sovon year ranch.
John Stono will likely bo major of
the two new battalions.
Dog klllor Iluss has dtsn.iUhod 31
eoiiaricss nogs tins wcoic.
18 P. McOabo Ir arranging to recruit
a company of colored voluntoors
Mulhall will celebrato July i. Cres-
cont City band will furnish musto.
Henry Taylor whiskey sollor was
lodged In the federal iail this morn-
ing. Judge Poster and O. II. Pogan wero
made tnombers of the li. P. 0. K. last
P. II. Dlldsy twin brother of J. Pat
Kwmg is looking after his $30 property
Matorlal Improvements aro being
made in the vault of the Guthrlo Na-
Three carloadsot farming machinery
were recoived at the Santa Po station
Mrs. A. K. WoodBou who was burned
at Darlington last Saturday Is not ex-
pected to live
II. P. Morton and J. N. C. Johnson
nogroos aro Kopubllcaii candidates for
Captain Hob Lowory'd company will
form a part of tho now troops nllotted
Gov Leedy of Kansas will furnish
eight companion of colored troops un-
der the new call.
Detective Al Hixon enjoys hlimiolf
these nights shooting ovur tho heads
.1 box car tramps.
Tho city ward primaries havo been
changed from Saturday night July 8
to Friday night July 1.
Why Is It that when a man comes out
of the front door of a saloon ho looks
one way but gooi tho other?
It Is estimated that thoro are &00
bales of cotton stored away In town
being hold for higher prices
Applications for 53000 worth of gov-
ernment bonds have been filed the past
week with Postmaster Larwoll.
Judge Olsmlth says ho expects to he
fighting the Germans in this Hispano-
American war two years from dato.
If married peoplo would koop on do-
ing Just a thoy did whllo courting
tho divorce lawyors would have to go
into tho army.
Foil ItKST Suit of furnished front
rooms; also one largo front room
south front first iloor. Inquire at lOtt
(Cast Cicvoland. SldSt
Lost A lot of padlock and doorkeys.
One folding key among them. Pintler
please return them to IM Donnelly
and rocelvo rewa-d. 33d3t
POU SALK-A splondld Improved
farm3V miles south of Guthrie. A
bargain if taken boforo July 15th.
Call at promlsos oraddroes:
J. P. Ki:kikii Guthrlo O. T.
Playa dol Ksto Wharf of tho East-
twenty mllos west of Guantanama bay
is the Cuban end of the cable now con-
necting Washington with our army on
Hon. Sidney Clarke has accepted au
Invitation to deliver tho address of
welcome to tho Populist congiessiona'
convention which meets In this city
on tho 13th of July Times-Journal
W. It. Asher. of TecuinBnV la .
tlldato for delegate to congress on the
ikuyuuiiuuu uoKot. lie is one of the
strong Plynn men of tho territory
and will probably bo glvon tho nom.
The W. O. T. U. will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 3 p. in. with Mrs. llarr
man 020 K. Mausur. A bible read.cg
llrat half hour followed by an Interest
Ing program A cordial invitation lo
all. Mrs. P. M. L. Hay prosldeut
J. Pollnskl Kwing stenographer I r
Jndgo Ilurwoll. was up fromOkiahou a
City today. Ho was admitted to prai
tlcointhe supremo court this morr-
Ing. tho court being unable to lu'ii
him out. Jimmy is a sociable yi nth
possewing a myriad of oardlnal points
which are fully set forth In the last
issue of the phonographic magemc
Mr. hiving will reaeh his TJud mile
post next woek at o'clock.
The Grand Valley. (Col.) Sun has
tvo following coiieernliijf B. H Car-
penter. Into proprietor of the Outline
steam laundry Mr. and Mrs 15 H
uiiuumr leave tomorrow for Chic
where Mr. Carpenter will be located in
the futuro as the representation nt ..
Iroy Laundry kv Maehinory comoan
with wiuoli.liouso he has secured o
pormanent position at a handsoaie so
ary. Mr. Cnrpontor is a good bus m f
man at once wide awake and Beruni
louslyoxaot.nall 1 is dealings sndwii
no doubt give tue best of satisfa. tmn
to his emplopers. Tho many frlen Is
of tho Carpenters In this olty. win e
regretting their departure wish them
the bast of good luck In tho windy city
or wherever fortuno may lead them
Traders Grain Go
Gray 1 1 lock.
No dolay In opening aiuLel
auil prollt paid uramuDv:
I tiff trades
filled promptly onfTuoTatlpri
u. n SUHAEFFER Mannecr
SUTHRIE OKLAHOMA ' 'l!8
PIT ON STAMPS
flotation ii) tin I in If i t llriinl
It is well that ntlrntUm be sailed to
the fact Hint ibo Mamp act goes into
ofTeot July J and to omit t?0 stamp on
ami after that date ir a misdemeanor
and will subject the party omitting It
to a hoay flno. For failure to plnce a
stainpou all bank checks notes drafts
etc. the maximum of the fine In I'M).
with the additional poralty that such
Instruments arc void and cannot be
Persons accepting or executing any
such Instruments cannot escape the
penalty on the ground that the govern-
ment has not Stippllcd the trc mry
Stamp ami this fact slnnld not be
overlooked by those interested.
II. li. Miller Wij Ha Is here.
W. R Poet Kensa City In here
W. N. Iliee.of Norman Is in the olty.
O. Jii. McAfiamslsa Wichita visitor.
D. K. Cunningham Kingfisher is
11. S. Harnes Is down from Poncn
Attornoy Jim Digga la down from
L. P. Laverty went to Oklahoma City
Judge Prank Cease la up from Lex-
ington. W. R. and W. II. Hand are over from
Hon. J era O'ltoitrke of 131 Iteno Is
In the city.
M. 14. Clark Junction C.ty Kans..
Is in tho city.
J. W. Wilson and son aro up from
Deputies Stason and Thomas have re-
turned to the elty.
Geo. Mock of St. Louis is apending
a few daya in the city.
Miss Helen Mercer returned to-day
from a visit to llurden Kne
Telephone Manager Wilson and fam-
ily are visiting at Arkansas City.
John I). Leonard of the Kdmond
Republican was In the city to day.
rapt. It. P. Hegler supremo court
clork returned lust evening from 191
Assistant United States Attorney T(.
S. McOiiiro returned from Pawnee this
Mrs. J. 0. Hoflus returned to Chand-
ler this morning after a visit to Mrs.
O. H. Pegan.
Soymour Fooee came in last evening
from lUalue eonnty and aakod for a
Misses Mulhall and Itradlcy of Mul-
hall were the gueats of Mrs. George
lUihitsley last evening.
Gov. ltarr.es went to Norman this
afternoon to at'end a meeting of tho
board of university regents.
Mrs. Dr. S. A. Long returned last
night from Rochester N. Y where
alio has been visiting her mother.
L. C. Kane St. Louis; W. S. Itose
Dallas ; O. S. ISllethay Chicago and
W. D. Hannah Detroit are at the
Goorge S. Green and II. 15. Asp re-
gonteof the territorial university went
to Norman today to attend the nnnual
meeting of the board.
Goorge Lovo the civil engineer in
cnarge ui me aiiouiionia 01 the con-
federated tribes of the Otoe and Mis-
souri Indians was in the elty yester-
day. J. Ingram ami J. P. Oummings and
Capt Iloyntou and wife returned to
Kingfisher this afternoon It is very
likely that Itoynton will be company
captain in the new regiment.
0. S. ISIIIthorp who represents tho
Duoring Harvester Company of Chica-
go is at the Iloyal. He has been with
thlsihouse for thirty yours and bear a
carto blanche. On May 1 ho was at
La Palmas Canary Islands and at
that time ho noticed no preparations
for war. He has tranlid ii every
foreign clime and -as the bist place
to livo is Ilonduri.
(Will -J -d Til tl
W. A. RAMSAY
ANOTHER 6 DAYS
Hundreds Of New
Values Have BeenAd-
ded to this list of the
Marvelous Nine Cent
Sale. This week will
outdo the first. A great
many of the atticles
advertised will be sold
during THE WEEK.
Come early while the
WASH GOODS DKl'AUTMKNT.
Wash goods must sufTor. 9 conls Is
the ruling price of the hour.
Hlght choices of Madras Cloth so
very desirable just now for shirt waist
it inches wide colored ground with
plaids in pink blue lavender brown
and green. Soft as wool goods and
good 18c per yard. During this salo
ooly 9 cents.
in tho latest designs beautiful ef
fects and really worth 18 cents per yd:
During this salo only 9 centa. .
American dlmlics colored ground
beautiful patterns In all tho now prin-
tod effects real 15 cent values during
this sale only 9 cents.
IIONITAN LACH ORGANDIR.
White and colored rnnnl.. IH.
ful patterns in all tho colors and lat-
Are worth 159 cens
epor yard. During this salo only 9c.t
WHITE INDIA LINENS.
10 yards of India linens worth 12
to 15 conts. During this sale only 9c.
Choice ol 15 pieces plaids open work
offcots Btripes and checks worth 12 to
IB conts. During this sale only 9c.
800 yards black satino worth 12 to
15 cents por yard. During this salo
only 9 cents.
2000 yards good heavy unbleached
muslin; two yards for 0 cents.
1000 yards bleached lino cambric
VXXXi.J.XJ.JhXX J. A
selection is complete of
worth 12J cents at 0 cents. A Bnap.
700 yards checked waist Ginghams
in fancy colors. Regular price 15 to
18 cts. Closing at 0 eU.
800 yards of Scotch nlalds and checks
Imitation double fold worth 12 cents
closing at 9 ots.
3 yardsof irood tea towollntr for nnlv
800 yards of 30 inch Sllkallne In a
beautiful lino of tho new spring de-
signs has been soiling at 1SJ cts. At
this sale at 9 eU.
700 yards extra flno Stirtain Scrim
lino of patterns worth' 16 cts. At this
sale 0 cts
r.OO yards of Curtains Swiss that
eolls universally at 15 conts por yard
during this sale 9 cts.
KaWM ttt out Pricos' 3 S Uonci"
'u vraSu .or oniy y coins.
These flowers arc all new. They
haven't been in this store but 0110
week. They wore mado In America
for Amcricanjwomcn. There aro flowers
in the lot that would retail at 50 conts
per bunch in any millinery store in
this country. Wo will begin to soil
them at 9 a m. noxt Thursday and tho
aslu will continue until Saturday if
the Hewers hold out. Any bunch in
tho whole lot only 9 cts.
76 ladies' trimmed hats no matter
how we do this while they last for 0
In lace stripped and rullled worth
19 to 25 cents your cho'cc whllo they
Friday June 24
I ll 0 KLAH'OMA.AVE :
Guthrie's Greatest Annual Bargain Benefit.
last for 0 cents.
' AiSU " AND IjINKNS.
10 P'cos fancy Ducks and plain Lin-
cnsi JuSt tbo thing for separate skirts
aU(1 taliopmado suits worth 15c at 0
Ml r.r.l JJKIV Iii.mia mniimnn
In this department as In all others
of our establishment wo will glvo you
some astonishing values during our 9
Qlioloo of ladles' iintrimmed hats in
good straw and fancy braids extraor-
dlnary valuosiat 35c and 50c will go at
200 white and black Canton sailors
they novor sell for less than .15c and
they will go at 0 cents.
ISO black and white colored c
rough and ready sailors the very latest
and most approved shapes would bo
cheap at 60c during our sa'o 0 cents.
2000 yards of fancy ribbons in all
the good shades such as pink and
cream Bky blue nnd cream green and
leghorn cream and heliotrope and
black width ranges from 4 too Inches
worth from 19e to 38c and thoy go in
this sale at 0 cents.
Choice of 60 jet and rhinestono and
fancy Ruckles and Pins some of which
bold 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 Handkerchiefs
some aro worth up to 25c and 3Gc now
only 0 cents.
uomes gooa quality vasalinc uc
' cube of good black pins. tic
0 rubber tlppod ponails 9c
8 bunches of quill tooth picks 9c
2 boxes hair pins .9o
2 boxes bono buttons 9c
8 bottles of good Ink . 9o
2 8poo)s of llncn tlircad ye
boxos of T. M. blacking 9c
g noMS0 traps. ..
2 nail brushes
9 thimbles .
1 good hair bruih
1 good hammer
l whisk broom
2 papers of safety pins .
2 dozen hooks and eyes
. ..-.. 9c
2 child's round comb .
2 boxcs 1alr "'pers
1 15 cent comb .
2 hair curlers
2 bottles of gilt paints
0 rubber hair pins
5 boxes ii visible hair pins
9 bc!t pins
1 ounce perfume
1 good purse
1 hose supporter.
I.1 3 unites buttermilk toap
3 cakes glycerine soap . .
3 cakrs castllo soap
2 tooth brushes .
M dozen brushes
10 tablets .
2 Ink tablots
1 pair mitts
1 pair gloves
1 bottle ammonia
2 spools knitting silk .
EAST OKLAHOMA AVE.
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