The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 82, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 31, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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rie club received a letter yesteJday
from President McKinley acknowl-
edging the reoolpt of the largo water
melon eut hitn by the club. The
melon was Jaked by Robert Mertcn.
It is likely Uio president will order
a car load of melons from the Morton
commission company to distribute
among bis cabinet.
HAY HIDE RIGHT.
Tht llav Ittdr ttittSUlht tToi an IhygabU
A few of Guthrie's falreat young
ladies gave a hay rule last night which
was pronouuecd by all participants as
the event of the season. After driving
OTr the city for two hour the party
stopped tX the rw' jence of Mr. and
Mrs L. E. Kimball where the ladies
bad previously arranged a sumptuous
rap as t consisting of satidwichos chlok-
en cheese olives and piokldfi ice
cream and all kinds of cake. After
lunch dancing was tho ordor of tho
evening until 12 o'clock. Med times
Grlssel and Lucas noted as chaperon.
TliVparty was composed of the fol-
lowing. MUbcb Kou Kimball Laux Rosier
Allen Thompson 1'aintCJ Allco Paine
Green. Jessie Paino Anna and May
Seoley Nellie Kimball Mrs. Cora Oris-
sell nd Mrs. F. I). Lucas. Messrs.
BIUIngMey Seay Ilavlghorst Thayor
McKay Canham Green. Lucas. Henry
JtVorl etHrf J'rfd Jlho4 at Home.
Pearl and Fred Rhodes entertainod
their young friends last n'jfht at the
home ot their parents Mr. and Mrs.
Vf L. Rhodes corner of Noble and
Elm Music games and a royally
good time was had. Tho invited
guests were MIebc Graoo Griffith
Maud Sharum Grace Towers Maud
Habine. Jessie Sampsol Lillian Holes
lone Coyle Olive Sharum Jennie Rine-
bart Grace Sharum Bertha Lyon Ed-
na Ackloy Jennie Collar Ethel Todd
Fay Miller Knedis Kenedy Sybol Bur-
ney of Uediclno Lodge .Tosic Massle
Essie Casstdy Lizzie McNeal Minnie
MutcheU Blanch apurlock Guy llron-
son Eva Gregory Grace Bowers Lena
Rlcbarkson. Messrs. John Pettuet
Orvll Farquharson William Brooks
Jake Redwood Walter Billings Tom
Cooper( llarry Long Wallaoe Poland
Maurice Pettoet. llarry Weinberger
Roscoo RoborUon Ott Lyon Archie
I'row Glen Ackley Harry Spurlock
Frank Brown Lloyd Sampsel Warren
Painter Willis Ueder Enoch Barn-
ford and IJenry Llnwall.
Territorial Ve titlfr CViirtiiMen.
Tomorrow the territorial free silver
convention will meet in this city. Del-
egates are arriving this afternoon from
many parts of the territory and by to-
morrow tho city will be fnll of them
Tho convention will likely conclude
tho business for which it has been
called and adjourn tomorrow after-
noon. CITY IN MllKF.
Toys are chejp at Lilllo'n drug store
Old Mo es an I tho best whl klos
211 Harrison Ave. 47-tf
Fon Salk-A (food mlleh cow at the
Guthrie Marbte Yard.
Attorney J L. Robersan of New-
kirk was In town on legal business
Secretary Jenkins today oomm's-
stoned WHrron A. Whelehtl.of D coun-
ty a notary.
The Western Union telegraph office
will bo located In Lillie'e drug store
after tomorrow First street entrance.
Prof. L. W. Baxter returned today to
Edmond. Ho was hero packing his
household goods for ehlpuiont to Ed-
inond. Prcpldont Coylo issues a call for a
business men's matting at the Guthrie
club rooms for 4 so o'clock thih after-
noon too ltto for the Lcuixn to get
The wagon used last night for the
hay ride was furnished by Castanlcn
Bros and was 6o arranged that the
rldors thought thoy were riding on
If Cal Orner is not stung by some-
thing worse than a butnblo bee he will
be all right yet. There are people
who can renumber when our friend
Cal thought fusion n good thing.
Frank Orcor's Republican nldo show
is scheduled to meet in Guthrie to-
morrow. If It don't mako a better
showing than tho last one It will not
create even a small brtezo.
Ye trods and little ilshee. what n
rush there will be to got under cover
when it leaks out that Hast Guthrlo's
Murray-Hlll 6oeloty will bo shocked to
the four winds. It can't be kept quiet
longer than noxt week.
During the circus parade this warn-
ing Rithaupt's horse attached to the
delivery wagon got frightened either
at Lowlow's flue lecture or the big
eleghant and ran away demolishing
the wagon that's all.
City Marshal Baxter received a letter
yesterday from Cap ain McOlnnls en-
closing some newspaper clippings
which describe the treatment the
Rough Riders are receiving. They are
happy. The clippings will b printed
In tomorrow's Lkaiikii.
Fire Chiof W. C. Umber makes a de-
tailed report of the fire department for
tho last year. The Lkadkh published
the chief's report in full Augu'.t 11th.
It is needlosa to say that the citizens
of Guthrie appreciate the efficiency of
the Are department under Chief G rub-
er's management. It Is up to the
standard as their work proves.
The Jehu F. Hummel show drew a
good crowd this afternoon. They
have a strictly first olaes oi cus.
Every performer Is nn aitist in hie
linn. The trained animals are won-
ders and the best that have ever beeu
in Guthrie An admUsion fee of S.
to a performance much better than
most 00c. shows.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
today with Heorntary Jonklns by the
Garfield county Milling company of
Enid for the purpose of handling and
milling grain with a capital stock of
810000 Tho incorporators are (1. M.
Randall and Stuart Uare of Kuter-
prlse Kas.;U. F. Johnson l'urcell; W
Z Smith and F. W Smith of Euld.
The organization U to run for a term
We have over S.ooo copies of cloth
bound books at 20 por cent discount
from regular price ano l.ouo ooplee of
paper bound books at 8 and 10 eents
worth 10 and 85 cents. We buy sell
nnd exchange second band school
booka and arc headquarters for all
itchool supplies. We take subscrip-
tions for all papers and magazines a
supply of which Can always bo found
on our news stand.
F B Liixik A Co.
Drug Book and News Depot.
I'oitoWce and Victor block
MMW 8w IWMWi
F. M. Cowglll Is over from Alva
Louis SHytou of Lawrie Is in
J. L. Robcrson Is down uom New-
kirk. A. O. Farquharson Is back from
Mr. aud Mrs. F. L Cress are In from
Ottlzon Dick Morgan came down from
Sams tho shirt man has gone to
Townsito Board B. B Crawford enmo
today from Perry.
Deputy U niton States Marshal J. M.
Hale Is in Rusk Tex.
S A. Man returned yesterday from
Bl Reno on his wheel.
Tolophone Manager J. W. WllaoVis
up from Oklahoma City.
S. A. Mann and family roturncd
from Salt Lake City last night.
Thomas Shaw the musle man of
Wichita came down yesterday.
Comrade J. W. Ray will attend the
G. A. R. encampment at Cincinnati.
Assistant United States Attorney
Burt McGulro Is baok from Kansas
Mrs. 0. HI Stowe who has been 111
for sovcral days is able to be out
Georgo Dodson the Insurance man
has taken in a partner a O. Fish of
An ologaut line of Initial lettor
soals wax etc. just received at Lil-
lte's drug store.
L. C. Booth engineer at Pond's
laundry has nearly recovered from
his recent Illness.
A. J. Bauar the Implement dealer
is quite slek with fever at the house of
Have you seen that elegant line of
stationery at Lilllo A. Co'a. cost sale
for ten dass only?
O. F. Johnson of Purccll connected
with tho Garfield County Milling Co.
waB hero yesterday.
Ro. Holt and S. N. Doughty aro in
Oklahoma City as delegutes to the
Frank MeCluro of Fallis is In the
city. Frank is in the railway mall ser-
vice on tho 0. O. G.
Mrs. Harry Gray son and daughter
Lyman and Kdua returned on noon
train from tho Omaha exhibition.
Miss Katie Lindsey of Garnett Ks.
arrived today and will assume her du-
ties as instructor In tho Boamcr deaf
and dumb asylum.
Throe of tho Rough Riders from Kay
county who wore in the Santiago fight
got home yesterday Thoy are Brown
Amerlne and 8towurt.
A telegram was received today from
L. G. Nlblaek nt Novada Mo. saying
that he and his brother Frank wnubl
start today for Guthrie.
Rev. J. E. Piatt started today fer
Raid to bo In attendance at tho Gar-
Held county Sunday school convention
whiuh moots tomorrow.
Banker A. A. Stowe of Stillwater
aud sju Divlght returned home yos-
terday nftor a pleasant visit with his
brother. 0. H. Stowo and family.
Ed Nichols returned today from
Maryland nnd Washington. Ho soya
he was over mueh of tho United Staten
but found no place like Oklanoma
J. M Keller of Tusoum'ala Ala.
arrived ill the oity yesterday morning
with Mr. Lnssotor. Ho will rtsidehero
permanently and cngogn In the cotton
Attorney II. M. Adams returned last
n'ifht from a lengthy visit with tho ild
foiics nt home Sterling. 111. Mrs.
Admn6 will remain inert- till tho HrHt
Word was received today that Chas.
Ford oottou buyer for W. H Coylo
vas married in Now Orleans August
17. Charley aud his bride will be homo
about September 8th
John Shaw of the Addlscn Tlnsley
Tobacco company was passing around
samples of natural leaf today. John
is a snlendld young fellow and makes
friends wherever he goeB.
Mesdames ii. M. Romford C. R.
Iluoknor Rev. L. II. Holt and Miss
Jonuie Holt left ou the oon train for
Oklahoma City to attend a meoting of
the Baptist Association.
Miss Elizabeth Parsons chief clerk
for tho law firm of Asp Shartel A. Cot-
tingham has returned from Colorado
where she passod a delightful vacation
Miss Parsons is one of Guthrie's most
amiable young ladios.
Mossrs. It. F. Grimes and O M. Niece
of Polk Okla. wore in tho city yester-
day In consultation with Secretary
Jenkins regarding the postoflleo at that
piooe. roiK aerives its namo fmm fnur
counties which join at that point and
aro P O L K.
Rough Rider Francis Byrne is im-
Droving. It is thought thst he will bo
out this work. In speaking of tho
things brought homo by him the
Lkahbb failed to speak of his ohattng
dish. It Is a relic which will be pro-
served by Franets.
Q. A. Smith aud J. P. MoKInuIss. of
Chandler are In the elty. Mr. Smith
ta the oounty clerk of Lincoln county.
They are delegates from their county
to tho froe silver convention which
meois in this olty tomorrow Thoy
ure both enthusiastic Keatou men.
L. A. Johnston formerly of Guthrie
but for several yean manager of the
Oklahoma City water works passed
through today for home. He has been
traveling in the Rest for two weeks
and has boon to nearly every plain of
nterost. lie looks as though the trip
had benefited him.
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Dibble and ohll-
dren returned yesterday from an ex-
tended vis t In Chicago. A largo num-
ber of the Prosbyterlau wLm -h cnure-
ifaUon surprised Rev Dibble and fam-
ily at tho parsonage last uight by
aniline ti WD mm. l.n... . . -
... ""-i vuuiu uomo. lie-
fresluncnts were served.
Associate Justice Halner came In to-
day from Colorado where ho and Mr.
Ilnlner soiourned for several months.
I he Judge looks rauoh larger than he
did when first appointed judge. Mrs
II liner is in Dos Moines Iowa witli
ucr naruuia um ym return to Pe
Z. H. Lasseter has returned from a
three months' trip through tb& South.
He visited in Texas Louisiana Misols-
sippl and Arkansas. In speaking of
his vacation he seemed partial to tho
time he hod in the mountains of North
Alabama. The many friends of Mr
Lasseter are glad to welcome him back
1 HAVE YOU COUNTED THE COST
Of an ill flttfnjj poorly made suit of clothes as compared with
one which FAIRLY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF OF
GOOD Workmanship and Sartorial Correctness? '
We handle none but the be9t goods
We eranlov none but skilledhnechauica
We attend pertionallyMofsUlcutting
ss and fitting.
OKLAHOMA TO THE FKONT.
(lortrnor Huriirf jFonrnrrfi 111 .-In mm I
Gov. Barnes has completed hU an-
nual report to tho secretary of the
interior and forwarded It today to
Washington. It Is a very elaborate re-
port and in detail is both exhaustive
and completo In dealing with the re-
sources and possibilities of our terri-
tory Accompanying tho report Is a
fine map of the territory and ovo'
thlrty-fivo wood cuts ot buildings and
farm scenes. The report was prepared
by Private Secretary Fred Wonner
under the supervision of tho gover
Tho report is a most vatuablo exhibit
of our young and prosperous torritory
and ought to present convincing and
unanswerable reasons In favor of tho
earliest possible action for statehood.
That hereafter any and all persons
notified by thostreetlcommlsRlonar who
fail to respond at tho tlmo specified in
the notice will be prosecuted aa pro-
vided by tho ordinances of the city of
Guthrie. R. W. Smith
D. R. WiDusn Streot Comm'r.
THY CHKA31 F1.0VK.
Cream Flour is made from choice
hard nnd soft wheat mixed in tne
propor proportion ta make a first-class
lour nnd no wheat is used that does
nbt test 57 pounds or more. To got
you to try or nt least talk about It
we will give 100 pounds Cream for the
largest 50 pounds for the second and
215 pounds for the third largest list of
words made from the sontence TRY
0REAM FLOUR. Webster's diction-
ary will bo used. No foreign words
will bo counted. Propor names may
be used. Use no lotter more times
than It appears in the sentence. This
contest closes Friday Sept. 1st 1S98'
at six o'clock Addrehs
d-Ot GUTHRIE MILLING CO.
First published in Dally Leader Aug 18 1B0S
To whom tt my concern Notice Is hcre-
hr given that Mor Weinberger has this day
filed bin pettltion to nrll at retail Spirituous.
Vinous and Malt Liquors In Outline Loiran
roti tit v. Oklahoma and that unless oblec
tlou be (lied on or before the 2nd day of Sep-
tember A. D. lJS nalrt petition will be
granted. U. KMMI'.TT STBWAItT County
Cleric Guthrie. Okla. August IB 1W8.
To Whom it May Concern.
Notice In hereby Klven that Nicholas
llourger hat this dav tiled his petition to sell
at retail Spirituous Vinous and Malt liquors
In Otth.ie J-opart County. Oklahoma and
that unless objection be filed on or before
jhe 1st iiarof September. A.D. 1H1W said pe-
tl on vlll be granted.
Oj turle. Okla. Aug 16 1803
R. EJJMETT STKWART. County Clerk.
Ccmmerc r the Fhlllpnlnr.
Tho commorco of thebo islands has
boon estimated by como authorities at
$60000000 year but it is probably
much greater tho chiof exports being
sugar tobacco and hump. Of MnuiU
cigars tho yeurly product is several hun-
dred luilllou one fuotory aloiio employ-
ing 10000 bauds and of Manila homp
tho yeurly product is probably 200000
tons. One fnutory lu Manila produces
40000000 cigarettes in u single year.
Tho imports tiro also of enormous
value. Tho United Status solids the
Philippines chiefly kerosene oil nnd
flour whllo England Gormnuy and
Franco soil them print cloths will to
drilling hardware canned goods oto.
Thoro tiro other largo towns in the
Islands but most of tho imports are
landed at Manila and aro shipped to
them by local steamers. One company
alono has 27 stenmsrs engaged in local
aud co.tstwi.so tradu thoir ships ranging
in size from COO to 8000 tons. Ibaao
IL Elliott in Bcribnor'a
A REPRESENTATIVE PIHATfc.
Captain Xldd Wm TJUarlr Without JLuy
tUnl of Sonvr
It is said that Kidd shewed no re-
pentance when he was tried but insist-
ed that he was the victim f malicious
pm-soni who swore falsely ngalust him
an yet a mora thoroughly dishonest
rsscal never sailed uudfr the block flag
In the guieo of an accredited officer ot
the governrasnt he committed the crimes
ho was sent out to suppress. lie deceiv-
ed his men. Ho robbed and misused his
fellow countrymen and his friends aud
h even descended to the meuunesd oi
chtating and despoiling tho natives of
the West India islands with whom he
traded. These people woro in the hfcblt
of supplying pirates with food and other
uscesuaries and they always fonud their
rough customers entirely honest aud
willing to pay for what thoy recolved
for as the pirates tnado a practice of
stopjltiB at certain points for supplies
they wished of courso to bo on good
terms with thoso who furnished ftiem.
But Kidd had no ideas oi honor toward
yooplo of high or low degr. He would
trade with th natives as if ho intended
to treat them fairly and pay for all ht
got but when tho timo came for him to
depart and he was ready to weigh an-
chpr he would soico all the commodi-
ties he could lay his hands on and
Without paying a copper to tho distress-
ed sud indignant Indians he would gay-
ly sail away his bluok flag flaautiug
dsriblvsly la (he wind.
But although in reality Captain Kidd
was tic hero ho has beeu known for a
vMitury aud more as the great American
lmW and his namo has boon repre-
sentative of piracy evw sinoe. Years
after ho bad boen hung when people
heard that a vessel with a black flag
r ou which looked black in the dis-
tanceflying from its rigging had boea
Men they forgot ibat the famous pi rats
was dead and imagined that Captain
Xidd was visiting their part oi tho coast
in order that he might find a good plaos
to bury some treasure which it was uo
longer safe for him to carry abost
Fiank R. Stockton j& CtT.
The Effect ot Wind on TjtVi
Attention hns been called to tho very
rcmnrknblo effect of tbo wind on vari-
ous inland bodies of wntcr. It is not
uunsnnl for tho residents in towns on
tho shores of lakes to bo greatly incon-
venienced provided a heavy wind blow-
ing on shoro continues for any length of
time. In tho Baltic fcca tho lovol has
been altered for upward of olglit fott.
Somotimcs tho water is blown out of a
chaunol leaving it almost dry. In one
instance a depression of six feet oc-
curred on ono side of a body of wntor
with n corresponding riso of six feet on
tho othor. Lake Erie hns boon known to
nltor its lovol n distanco of 15 foot on
account of honvy windB nnd Ltiko
Michigan was nt ono timo tho snbjoct
of considerable intorost from tho sains
cause Tho wind was heavy and contin-
uous nud piled tho wntor np on ou
side while tho othor was so low that
people walketl out upon rooks whore lu
tho memory of man no feet had aver
trodden. New York Ledgor.
How Mine Am Exploded.
Thoro are sovcral methods by which
mines nud torpedoes anchored in har-
bors may bo detected but it is very dan-
gerous and difllcult work and its suc-
cess dopeuds lnrgoly upon tho circum-
stances nnd tho condition of the wntor
nud tho bottom of tho boy in which they
nro plnced. Sometimes they nro discov-
ered by dragging with a kedgo. Somo-
times thoy caii bo ecou when tho watur
is clear and in order to assist tho natu-
ral vision a canvas teluscopo 1b rigged
which drops upon tho wator nnd hhuts
tut tho light from tho oyos of tho ob-
server oo that ho can have n bettor viow
of tho bottom. Thoro nro othor mothoda
also known to sailors nnd frequently
practicod. Tho most effective is called
"countermining" that is the explo-
sion of torpedoes lu tho water which
by their detouution cnuso tho mines to
cxnjods. Chicago Record.
ITliy Us Didn't rinltk
Frod Buskirk was born nt Ports-
mouth O. and lived thoro uutil he was
a young man. Fred naturally thinks
Portsmouth is one of tho nicest places
in tho state of Ohio. Fred said: "Every-
b ly evidently doesn't think as woll of
Portsmouth as I da
"Not long ago I went over the Ohes-
apeake and Ohio road and when tkt
train reached South Portsmouth which
is across tho river from my nativo placo
qulto a long stop was made. Most of tho
male passengors got off tho train and
walked np nnd down tho platform. It
was after dark nnd tho many lights of
Portsmouth wero plainly visible. I stood
looking across tho river at thu city
thinking whnt a. fluo plnoo Portsmoutn
was when a fellow passenger on the
train camo alongside of me and said
'Can you tell mo what place that is
across tho river?' Of course I could tell
him aud I throw out myohest and with
considerable pride said: 'That is Ports-
mouth O. Ilavo you over boen thoro?'
My fellow traveler in a very weary
voice replied; 'Yes I have been thcro.
I spent about two weeks there one aft-
ernoon. ' I had intendod telling that
man about what a charming plaoe
Portsmouth hi but after his rudeness I
concluded not to." Cincinnati En-
quirer. Didn't Want Much.
Here is an advertisement from an old
copy of nn English provincial journal:
"Wanted for a tober family a man
of lightweight who foara tho Lord and
can drive a pair of hortses. Ho must oc-
casionally wait at tablo join the house-
hold prayer look after tho horses aud
road n chapter of the Bible. Ho must
God willing arise nt 7 o'clock in the
morning and obey his master and mis-
tress in all lawful commands; if he can
dross hair sing psalniB nnd play at
cribbuge tho more agreeable Wugos
15 guineas u year. "
The Flnt Chlneae flabjr hhow.
Tho first Chinese baby show in the
world has just boon hold hero. There
were SOO of them. From emVrolderod
slipper to shaven poll they wero arrayed
in their best. They woro satin blouses
that shoue in the sun with a silvery
shimmer. They woro ousbroidorlos of
wonderful birds and bees nnd flowers
never boon on loud or sea. Tho littlo
boys wer shaven and tho littlo girls
had their hair stiffened and polished
aud dressed as though for the grandest
fnuotiou with littlo birdcages and
fringes of beads and puper atop. There
wero great tiuklings of metal aud much
shining of green judo. A new fashion
in infant headgear showed a halo of stiff
pompous that rose abovo the Infants'
somber eyes. Others vore huge rosette
of silk on each temple liko a joss and
one little girl had a mane of black silk
cue strings hanging down from the
back of her head. Even the baby com-
plexions had been looked af tor. On the
smooth yellow cheeks appsared th
most lovely patch of pink rongs put on
aito frankly in tho Chinese fashion-
The rosebud mouths wero touched up
and tho narrow brows beautifully pen-ii-J
u..-u r . i
Why Slgtbt Turned Rcuttler.
On another occasion Cuptaiu Sigsboe
deliberately tank his ship to savo her
from a still worse fate Ho was in com-
mand of the coast survey steamor Blake
and was anchored iu a West Indian
port when a hurricane camo up and
in the heavy sen tho ship's anohors be-
gan to drag. Sho was drifting to utter
And inevitable dostruotlou on a reef.
Whero sho lay there was a soft sandy
bottom. Tito captain ordered her scut-
tled and down aha went. Later sho was
pumped out und raised an expensive
operation but far less costly than build-
ng b new Ehiju Munsej's Magazine.
Over 4000 pounds of pen and pencil
tablets were received by F B. Llllle
X Co. a short timo age. Tho largest
tablet for a nickel you ever saw.
Owli In ChIoe.
Chicago has a novel trade in owls
the supply coming to tho commission
morchants from tho farmers' boys in
tho nearby stato.v
The first owl which camo to Chicago
in this manner was sent na n venturo by
a farmer boy who had somehow man
god to entrap it alivo. It proved so un-
expectedly successful in ridding the
warehouse of rats and mioe having
been freed at night with the idea of
making nn experiment in this direction
that It was purchased by tht man In
whoso care it wns resting. Tho froedom
from rodent which it brought induced
ether commission men to look ont for
owls nnd from tho commission firms
tho Idcagradunllyspreod to the grocqre
butchers and mavkot keepers generally
of the city. Now n large percentage of
theso men keep nn owl down in the cel-
lar during the daylight nnd brlug it np
to tho store when darkness falls. It is
said that tho expenso and onto of main-
taining owls nro more than repaid by
thoir services in vanquishing the rati
and mloo. Tho owners nnd janitors of
the largo apartment houses in the city
are also beginning to realize the valus
of possessing an owl when rats mlco
cockroaohos and vermin generally aro to
bo oxtormlnntod. Chicago Times-Hor-aid.
ricking- Fooketa With Toe.
The gauchos or dwellers in the ex-
tensive plains of Buenos Ayrts are
miirvelously dexterous with both hands
and feet. Many of them have acqnirod
through long practice such skill in
using their toss ns If they were fingers
that they can fling tho lasso and even
pick pockets with them. Somo time ago
a Frenchman who was fishing iu ono of
Iho rivers of Buenos Ayres wns warned
to bo on his guard against tho light fin-
gered natives. He forthwith kept u vig-
ilant watch on his companions but
novortholess one day when his rittentio
was closely riveted on his fljnv a wily
gaucho drew near and delicately In-
sert'ag his foot extrnotcd the French-
man's hooks and other valuables from
his pocket. Boston Transcript
A mothod of metallizing wood one
by which it becomes very solid and ro-
siiitaut and assumes tho appearance of u
true motnllic mirror is described in the
Paris Mondo with much detail. Briefly
tho wood is ft'Hl immersed for three or
four days as may bo its degree of per-
meability in acanstio alkaline lys nnd
thouco passed immediately into a bath
of hydrosulphlto of calcium to which
is added aftor 24 or Ht) hours concen-
trated solution of sulphur iu caustic
potash. Tho duration of this bath is
about 48 hours nud its temperature ii
from 6C to BO degrees. Finally tho wood
is immersed for 1)0 or 40 hours iu a hot
solution of ucotuto of lead. The wood
prepared in this manner nud after hav-
ing nndergono n propor drying at n
uioderato temperature acquires under n
buruishor of hnrd wood a polished fiur-
faco and exhibits a very brilliant metal-
lic luster n luster still further increas-
ed in its attractiveness if tho surface of
tho wood be rubbed thoroughly iu tho
first place with a pleco of lead tin or
eiuo and afterward bo polished with a
glass or porcelain buruishor.
A Mlaandoritood JeU
Lord Lytton whon viceroy of India
was seated ono day at dinuor noxt to a
lady whoso namo wns Birch nud who
though very good looking was not over-
intolligont. Said sho to his excellency i
"Aro you acquainted with any of tho
"Oh yos" replied Lord Lyttou "I
know sovcral of thorn most intimately
whllo at Eton indeed more intimately
than I cured ta"
"My lord." ropUed tho lady "yon
forgot tho Birohos aro relatives of
"And they cut m" said tho viceroy
"but "and ho trailed his wonted smile
"I have never felt more iuoliuod to kiss
iho rod than I do now. "
Sad to say Mrs. Birch did not see
tho point aud told her husband his ox-
tullcuoy had insulted hur. Exchange.
Teaching- tb I'arrot.
Owners of thoso Interesting birds
must remember that if they wish tbem
to talk well tho best timo to tCMtih them
is iu tho evening with tho cage covered
over nud placed iu a dark room aud tho
teaoher (immolating tho words slowly
and distinctly and purslbtently. The na-
tives of India cousidcr that a slight op-
eration upou tho bird's touguo is neces-
sary before it will speak easily.
Iload Iteitrjatlon Iu linden.
Not u single mechanical vehicle can
run on tho roads of tho Grand C-uohy of
Baden until tho driver makes a declara-
tion to tho coot nil authorities who will
give to him after a long investigation
authority to run upon a certain road
decided upon iu advance. After the au-
thority is received the driver is bound
by an almost endless number of restric-
tions. Care falT
It is related of a oertain clergyman In
Edinburgh that he was so careful of hi
quotations and so fearful of the charge
of plagiarism that ones in addressing
the Deity ho surprised thp congregation
by saying "And thou knowest rcai
Lord that to quote a writer in a lata
number oi Tho Quarterly Review" to.
in lu.nim.i i
IS WHAT EVERYBODY IS DOING.
Yoaf needn't goto Klondike to do it for right here at home
that is in OUR store yon can dig out many dollars
Our stock mnst be reduced to make room for Fall
Goods so have your PICK to kelp .clear away this
stock and you will be surprisedliat you can do with
ajlijjht Tveiffkt pocket-book.
ft'' . 5 t39!fc3El35iS8i
THE SHOE MAN
Corner Oklahoma Ave and First St Cuthri. O T
por Fresh Oysters NOW
Kansas City prices govern our
Graduate of 3 Emua ding Schools
.-uire iuu Harrison Avenue
KeMdence --l K Oklahoma Ave
Residence Phone No HI
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Its Heallno Power Is Almost Miraculous. The Best Family Medicine In Existence.
60 Cent Bottle contains 100 Doses or Two Weeks Treatment tor Catarrh.
f.OO BOTTLE EQUALS THREE BOo BOTTLES.
"Brazilian Balm cured me of Inveterate catarrh which I had for orer 20 years.
It is the moat wonderful triumph of medical science." Ow.7. JhiJte Jbslct "In
croup cold aud the worst form of gripp we have found Brazilian Balm invaluable "
Jno. W. S. Boothe D. D. Pastor Del Ave. Bap. Ch. "Mrs. Lore has used tho
Brazilian Balm and thinks it did her much good." Hon. Chas. B. Lore Chief Jus
of Del. "OnebottleofBrazilianBaltucuredafrieudofmlueofhay feer - J Acs'
M. Culbert. "I was very deaf for lo years from catarrh. Brazilian Balm applied"
warm in my ears every day soon restored my hearing." Mrs. John Scott uer
Pa. "It is the best thing for dyspepsia I ever saw tried." Judge Edward )i ' rttrn
"I was worn almost to the grave with a racking cough that all the remedies ant thC
doctors failed to relieve. It was cured with one bottle of Brazilian Bam It shall
be my doctor through life." Mrs. J. Ga'oway Potistown Pa. "I was' fearfully
crippled up with rheumatism could not get my hand to my head. I took ten 50.
cent bottles of Brazilian Balm in six months. Am now entirely cured and as nim-
ble as I was at forty." Anson Burrell aged Sf. A lady in Cincinnati was so
afflicted with asthma that during the winter for seventeen years she was unablj to
6leep Aying down was entirely and permanently cured with Brazilian Balm.
B. P. JACKSON Jr CO. Indianapolis. Ind.
Oil NAIF 11 Y WALLACE Ar .1IULLHI.
An Asthma. Cure.
There is no need of any one suffering
with asthma if they will use Brazilian
Balm. Mrs. S. P. Smith. S18RastBagar
street Baltimore Sid. says : "One bot-
tle of your Brazilian Balm has done
inoro to relieve my little daughter of
asthma than anything I have ever tried
aud I have tried everything I could
hear of and many doctors have treated
Bnvcd A Boy's Liif 0.
Mrs. Captain II. Hubbard of Milford
Del. says: "Braziliau Balm saved my
boy's lite. He began just like the one
we Jost with croup we gave him a few
doses. He quickly dropped to sleep
and was all right in tne morning."
For Sale By Wallace & Muller and the
BeatonuD Drug- Co
J.) i.n t.ui.umrW4jMMi
CASH able buy
leed by pacing so much a -week.
Our furniture stock is itomplile
consisting of new things in sofas
THE GREAT SOUTH AMERICiH BALSAM I
Tf r1nrn Ii tioarl -f fj-it .ns. 1An1 it-.
sweetens the breath nnd perfectly restores
me Bcnses oi me taste smell ana hearing.
StODS headnrhr fltlrl flrnrnlnrr ttr flA
throat Also destroys the eerm which causes
ranting a perfect cure iu a few days. Never
fails 1 No fatal case of La. Griitk ever known
wuere Brazilian Jiaim was laithiully used. It
lleStrOVS tile primw nrm nl r.i.V1.l.. ...
all the after bad effect.
I NFALLIBLE in Asthma Cnorp Bron-
.iniiaxijii;jusv. i-NEUMONIA lrrr PJA
Rheumatism Typhoid and hi kuu r
Ievkr Mkaslhs nud any disease where
there is Inflammation Fever or Congestion.
Greatest relief in Consumption ever discovered.
nurno n K?feAU AIJ . .
Ktntv. r.vMn in Tl'hl ' "ti" .y"'." i? P8 ? L. P
PLEURISY QUrCKLY CURBI.
I have suffered the iuot excruciating
pains iu the side. The Doctor said U
was Pleurisy. The Brazilian Balm gave
me almost instant relief when every-
thing else failed and permanently cured
me. I took it and had some warmed
aud rubbed ou strong.
Mas. EuzABirrn Parcrw.
Marcus Hook Pa
Mrs. A J. Lawren of Beaver Pa.
says: "Brazilian BaltA brought nie out
of a severe attack of pneumonia in
splendid shape. It is a wonderful rem-
edy for coughs and luug troubles Also
for outward use for burns cold-sores.
ana cuappea jwuas and lace it curei
111.. . .-.-. ti r- 1 i..t.i j !.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 82, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 31, 1898, newspaper, August 31, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74319/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.