The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 125, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 25, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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GEO. H. DODSQN Abstracts Loans and Insurance US South division Street Guthrie.
Mt;L.yI"?.v t K..V.a MTNflE3oT.'.
oilyer & Gold Jack Frost f Richelieu
FLOURS FLOUR; FLOUR
Wp liavr the
to please the people T.ikt- voui clio.i e The so called
Richelieu lias beeu tried and has giveu perfect satis
faction. We guarantee it In please ou
Just received Sweet Apple CH r
S. T. FRANKLIN.
ti W. Griswold U here from St Ixniia
John Donoboe is down from Mulhall.
A. M. Fowler wont to Oklahoma
Otto llcokmsyor is tn Oklahoma
Judge Halncr is holding court at
Do not fail to hear Homer C. House
All lovors of music should hear Ho
mor 0. House.
Phone manager Wilson is up fro.i
Judge Edwards returned to Okla-
homa City today.
Robinson's circus is billed for eleven
Attarnoy Ooneral Cunningham re-
turned from Wichita today.
Henry L. Brown of Chanute Kas
is in the cltj seeking investments.
Invitations for the Derthick Musical
Literary at Mrs Karasav's Oct. 20 are
Mrs. E. C. White died at Shawnoe
yesterday from tin effects of a spider
Special Land Agent Forrest McKlu
ley and wlfo are back from the wost
Auditor J. 0. Curry of the Arkan-
sas City milling company went south
Miss Nellie Kimball has takon the
position of stenographer at the Capi'al
Miss Mamie Kerns lifts charge of the
telephono exchange in the absence of
Miss Ruby Jones.
J. W. Wilson manager of the Mis-
souri and Kansas Telephone company
is up from Oklahoma City.
Homer C. House impersonator story
teller and vocalist at the Congrega-
tional church Friday night.
Major W. T Walker. Indian agent
at Anadarko was in the city today be-
tween trains working for Flynn.
Haydcn Farquharnon of Honncssey
son of Ex-Mayor Farqubarfon is in
the city for a few days ylslting his
C C. Holland formorly of Guthrie
but now u clerk In one of the depart-
ments at Washington arrived in the
city tqday. .
Miss Mlanle Koach seventh grade"
teacher is on the slek list and Mist
Mary Scoloyis filling hor place In the
i apital school.
Capt. llatoheldor went lrStrIjauTt.
tins morning to attend the wedding of
James Hoblnson son of ). 11. Robin
Bon. presldont of the Frisco railway
A It. Musollcr hat been placed on
the Republican ticket as candidate for
county attorney of Noblo county to
fill the vacancy caused by the death of
Mr-.-anil Mrs. lllackley of Haiti-
more arrived In the city today and
will remain here during tho winter
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bd Nichols.
Mrs. HIackloy Is a s'ster of Mr. Nlch
-InnTChlof Oruber Is baek from the
fire chief's convention at St. Loulsi
Ho says that he met famous Are right
era from every part of tho United
Mates and that the trip has boen vpry
instructive to him. - t
M l."Cherry and family will leave
this week for Salt Lake City where
Mr Cherry hat been offered a good
posi'ion with the Studobakor wagon
company. Mr. Uherry has beon a resi-
dent of (iuthrio since the early days
and has tilled a number of responsible
positions always hausfoctorlly to hi?
Mil II Oil SOU'S C.Utl).
I'ayt Hit Itripeclt to Mr. .VrVnil unit HJilf
lltm Come Attain
Tn the Editor of the I.KADEK
"Tho galled jade winces." McNeal
squeals like a stuck pig in the last Is-
sue of tho Leader and plasters me
ver with personal abuse and ltko a
skunk hecks to withdraw under tho
cover of his own stink. The fact is
Mae has beon sore on mo evsr since I
made htm cough up S3 000 on an old
dobt which ho tried to beat. I don't
blame him. I would bo sore too un-
der the same circumstances. Hut this
Is not to the point. I charged in my
lottor that it was contrary to law to
put Haukins on the ballot as the Free
Silver candidate. I stated that Mc-
Neal knew it was unlawful to put him
on and I stated that McNeal sta'.cd
that he believed it wowld bo unlawful
to put him on immediately beforo he
voted to put him on. I reiterate these
McNeal does not dony the charges
but goes olT into some kind of a rig-
marole about It having been "judicial-
ly determined that the Hankins party
was tho regular organization." Thorc
U no ' half ttuth" about this state-
ment. It is wholly false and I believe
McNeal knew ait was false when ho
made it. Observe: I do not say that'
he knew It wus false I only say thai
I bolievo ho knew It was false. v
lo go a little further: I am given
to understand that the board refused
to put Kcaton on tho ballot at many
times us he was certified and only put
htm on once. If this bo into 1 chargo
tho board with having committed an-
other wilful violation of tho law.
McNeal charges mo with having sat
next to Illcrcr at the meeting of the
board but says nothing about his
having sat next to Huchanan. This Is
largoly a matter of taste. iCome again
old mau. C. O. HoiiNOlt.
Guthrie Oct. 25.
Overcome evil with good. Ovorcomo
your coughs and colds with One Min-
ute Cougti Cure. It is so good children
cry for it. It cures croup bronchitis
pnoumonla grippe nnd all throat and
lung diseases. J. W. Wheeler & Son.
Of the irit Territorial lleulmtnt II llh Ai
. Tho secretary of the Guthrie olub is
n receipt of tho following letter :
J Cami- Hamilton Ky (
' Octobt-r 23 1808. )
Tho Guthrie Club Guthrie Ok.
(iKNTI.kiif.N . I havo tho honor to
lend jou by today's mall tho compli-
units of Sergeant Karl Fll&on Paul J.
Foster Corporal Sherwood W. Hill
and mysolf in tho form of a litho-
graph roster of company I Captain
Harry C. Harncs' company of the
First Territorial V. S Volunteor In-
fantry commonly known as tho " HIg
There have boon four desertions
frtnn our company which may be to
marked in the column lor remarks
yqu desire it. Otherwise tho roster
of the company as it now is. The do
serters nrc Cfeas. L. Saunders John G
King Geo. H. I'ayne and David S.
Hoping you maybe able to find a
nicli or corner for our roster I ramaino
IlAi.ru L Lbwis
Clerk Co. 1. 1st O. S. Vol. Inf.
Constipation prevents the body from
ridding itself of waste matter. Do-
Witt's Little Early Rlsora will romove
the troublo and cure Sick Hoadaehr
Itllliousness Iuaotive Livor and clear
the comploxion. Small sugar coated
don t gripe or causo tnausea. J. W.
Wheeler A. Son.
It hat. always been a difllcult matter for the
parents to make up their minds to buy School
Shoes for their children. We can't get what
we want and ought to have for our boys and
girls to wear food and look neat and stylish
going to school is the mother's trouble.
This trouble lint been settled by us. We
have the best line of
For boys and girls ever shown in Guthrie.
Neat natty and stylish with .:avy soles aud
hoft pliable uppers either laco or button.
Call and examine our stock before buying.
THE SHOE MAN
Keiwiriug Neatly Dohp Jht and Oklahoma Av
HUB A 0MrVt
IVn 1 tit He .Vlahtt' Snuayemt if at fie
MiisUav Rhea and company opncd
a throe- nighu.' engagement atjtho Mc
Keuuon npern houw last night In tho
stirring ftenanliatial drama "An Amer-
ican Widow." Tho house was pnukod
to the donrn and the audience was
highly enthusiastic. The company is
a clever one and with one or two ex-
ceptions is made up of versatile pooplo
Tonight "Mother and Son" will bo the
bill A umtlnoa will be glvon Wednes-
day afternoon and a good bill present-
ed at n If lit.
In.nrn Yoiimrir againi the atlaik
irer pneumonia ana omcr xrrtouo prosi
traunir disease by taking a f- tttie t
H'il h Sarsaparllta now
tlnnitvi I'llla are the faorltr famlU a.
thai ti Eaav to take aay to operate
CITY JN JIUIEP.
The cottntKmarkct is brightening
V. W. Whltting has boon appointed
chief clerk of the Enid lund ofllcc.
Wanted A glr' to do genoral house-
work at 083 West Olevoland avenue.
After Monday a pcrbon can trot from
Guthrie to Stroud by rail within throe
Judge Hainer has appointed Robert
II. Watson United States commissioner
for Kay county.
Joe Norris chief clerk In the school
land department is out again after a
few days' sickness
One hundred bales of cotton were
marked in the city yestorday and al-
most as ninny today-
Three male guests in the Commer-
cial hotel at I'erry were robbed of their
trousers Sunday night.
The ladles of the Presbyterian church
will serve dinner and supper on clec
tlon day November 8th
Secretary Jenkins today issued a no-
tary commission to John G. Cadwal-
ader of Anvil Lincoln county.
II. F. Ardery is iu receipt of a lctte-t
rem J A. Crulusnank who is now in
tho Hawai'an islands. He once lived
Governor Harnes Auditor Hopkins
ami rcrritoriai 'X'rcasuror Uliompson
will at attend the reunion tomorrow
and Thursday at l'erklns.
Sair Smith lias resigned his position
with the Wells-Forgo express company
and will take his old position with tho
Tlfefirst construction train over the
Frisco pulled Into Oklahoma City this
morning. Regular passenger trains
will bo running by Fiiday.
SherliflUnchartisbaclc from Norman
with W. 11. Stevens in custody. He is
the man who sold mortgaged property
such as horses buggies etc.
The total city registration up to 3
o'clock this afternoon is as follows:
First ward IIS; Second S24; Third
8'.Mi Third 338; Fourth H7; Fifth. 131.
The Capital says Judgo Hurford
"Sundayed" in Guthrie. Healso"Mon-
dayed" in Guthrie. At times ho has
oven "Thursdayed" In Guthrlo. Write
School bond No. 1 district No !
Garfield county for 100 and bond No.
1 district No. 21 Noble county for
S-I0O woro filed with tho auditor for
The quarantine law isoiT on No vera
her 1st and applies again on Fcbruray
1st. During thU soason thcro is no
danger from the dreaded Texas fever
Agonts wanted either sex to can-
vas; SO por week guaranteed salary.
Also a genoral traveling agent wanted;
SI5 por week aud expenses. Room S3
A cortaln local hotel keeper is raving
mad over the noise made in his hos-
telry Sunday night by an interesting
ciuartetto who demolished twenty-two
bottles of champagne.
miss roan .Jones late uooicucepcr
at tho Capital ofllcs left yesterdoy
for St. Louts where she will bo mar-
ried tomorrow to Lieut D It. Arrcll
of tho First Territorial Regimont.
auta-Fo has nailed up a hullo''
tin at Newton that engine men must
keep their headlight in better condi-
tion on their engines and the fireman
must cloan their engine each trip.
9 Governor llarncs todoy issued a proc-
lamation calling upon tho youth of
Oklahoma to observe Wednesday. Dec.
7 18t as n patriotic day one to be
clevotou to cultivating tlie spirit of pa-
triotism. Guthrlo chapter O. E. 3. will meet
noxt Friday evonlng at 7:30 p. in. at
K. of P. hall. Tha Knights Templar
havo kindly consented to this arrange-
ment beforo their meeting of tho same
night. He prompt. P. M. L. Ray.
Acting Adjutant Genoral Orner to-
day issued an crder accepting the
resignation of Frank L Ketch Second
lieutenant company G Kingfisher.
Also ordoring and ulection of tho com
pany to fill vaeuney.
Nolson Stone has severed his con-
nection with G. M. Sharum A. Co. aud
has taken a position with tho Guthrlo
Cash Store Mr. Stone Is up Iu the dry
goods and clothing business and has a
largo circle of friends In Guthrie and
tho adjoining country who like to
trade vwtu iitm.
Program for Sunday October 30 'OS
at Mt. ion lluptibt churb at 4:30 p.
iu. Opening address by T. I) Jackson
subject Peaoe. Quotations by all
from same author. Song by tho cho'r.
Essay by MUs Laugstou. Closing ad-
drew by Jas. A Hughes.
Dr. R L. Jackbon Pres.
Miss Agnos Wallace Sec.
heeratary Wonnor Is arranging the
twenty-five full page engravings of
Oklahoma scenes to bo used iu the
govorucr s annual report. The engrav-
ings havo been made by tho depart-
ment aud proof sheets were sent back
to be 'oco ted by page number In the
report. This ls the first instance
where a governor's report contained
views of public buildings and private
buildings faruj scenes fruits etc.
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20th and Lasts All Week
;ks we have been anticipating this great dress goods sale For weeks we have been preparing to make
? greatest sale of Dress tioods and Silks ever hold in rhisriiv Wo linvc hnmrM !- 1 41 ... n.
best markets at the verv closest nrices. Piles nftor niinc -f rcrv cfnir in r nt tir.A 1-1 . 4.
will convince all comers we have enough on hand to supply every family in Guthrie with their Pall Dress Goods.
Having bought in large quantities for three other stores besides our Guthrie house we secured the lowest bedrock
prices on everything and our quotations during this sale will in many instances be lower than importers' wl
sale prices on fabrics. Below we quote you our sale prices. They are beyond the whisper of comparison or .
petition Ihey are below any prices ever quoted in this city by any house. Like magic they will crowd
aiun.- wiiu people uiui ni.iKe tins wecic one ot tiie greatest Dress Goodi
These goods are all high grade goods fresh from the manufacturers de-
ev will crowd tins
s ana bilk bales in Guthrie s existence.
an and new Head the prices and come.
THURSDAY OCT. 20
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Choice of twemy pieces of Hlack Jac-
quard Mohairs full 3U Inches wide
Is a fast and beautiful design wor-
thy values at 3rc por yard 25
Choice 1 picco of Hlack Itrocado llrll-
llautlne full 38 inches wide of best
Turkish mohair and practically dust
proof all the new patterns in real
50c values for . .... 37
Choice of twelve pieces of Hrocaded Lus-
tres 40 Inches wide goods that ev-
erybody wants now and goods that
nobody sells for less than 05c per yd -H)
Choice of ten pieces of Lizard cloth full
33 inches wide in maltose und icroll
nnd military designs rich heavy ap-
pearanco goods that If bought in
tho ordinary way would cost you
65c per yard ... 55
Hold Jlolal Sorgo.
Clay Worsted wide wales weaves 40 in.
wide soft brilliant finish 05
Gold Jletal Sorgo
French sorge weight lino smooth and
substantial fully guaranteed In ev-
ery particular It inches wide at 55
11 lack Cropons.
Havo received tho sanction of fashion
for the fall of 'OS consequently a
spperlatlvc showing here of theso
gracefully draping fabrics; all wool
uud silk und wool iu waving designs
of many kinds exclusive patterns.
From Si. 15 por yard down to 75c; a
beautlfu' assortment at $1
40 Inches wide Frederick Arnold's best
brand brilliant glossy finish; theso
goods arc priced at SI a yd this sale 73
Choice of ten pieces of fancy satin Hcr-
bers grounds arc In navy brown and
mulberry shades with small dash ef-
fects In black full to Inches wide
with tho richest of lustres it Is a
brilliant value at 50c; per yard 39
Among tho now arrivals last week ten
pieces of 40-inch Covert cloth in
smooth finish thread and thread
about mixtures in thu new blues
browus and greens at 58
Twenty suit patterns (half silk) in vari-
ous styles of brocaded shot effects
c-epons aud shaded weaves no two
a ike cxcluslvo with us. exclusive to
you bought forthose laaies who de-
mand individuality in dress. From
S8 per suit up to S13.
Choico of ten pieces of 50-inch all wool
Scotch rough stuffs in checks stripes
and mixtures priced ordinarily at
00c per yard. Only takes five yards
of theso 50-inch goods to mako a
dress at only .2
I Six piec s 43-iuch wide all wool and silk
j und wool street suitings dark and
light mixtures heavy cloth effect
I actually worth 85c Thursday (5
Fifteen picccB of rough stuffs for street
wear same colorings and mixtures
that prevail in the moro expensive
if managed right they evolve Into
suits surpassingly stylish; choose
them Thursday at 22
In silks wo exccll In quality variety and
price any way you want to put it.
They did not come from an auction
but they came from somewheroand
prices are named this week to keep
pace with thu selling in the woolen
goods section. Choico of 21- pieces of
fancy colored silks all till: every
one of them in brocade Waldorf
checks cmbofsrd stripes military
stripes amber plaids and grosgraln
brocades such silks are priced to
you ordinarily at 91 per yard begin-
ning Thursday morning at . 75
Choico of 15 pieces cf fancy walsing and
trimming silks In broca-le Glact and '
changeable weaves; an ex ensivo ar-
ray of a.l tho brilliant colorings of
tnc season worth 65c and $1 at (J 8
Choice of twelve pieces cf all silk b'ack
brocades in heavy weights for ccpa-
rate skirts; these skirts are 34 inches
wide rich pattern silks that ordi-
nary shops will charge you a dollar
for this week . . CD
10 per cent dis-
count on all...
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To Cvre u Volil (it One. Day
Take Laxative llrotuo Quinine Tubiuts.
All druggists refund the money If it
falU to cure. 86c. The genuine Lsa
L. II. Q. oc eaoh tablet.
We All Drink
THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS.
For Saio by All Salooukoenerd.
KBNTUCKY LIQUoFcO. Agents
An elegant line of initial letter
seals wax etc just received at Ut-
ile's drug store.
Toys are cheap at Lllllo's drug store
01dMoes Jaod tho beat whUkles
m.ilarrjsouATe 47 tf
Fit st puUlUbed in the Outbrle Dally Leader
Oi toiler at. Mi
IN THK DISTIUOT COVKT OF I.OQAN
C-OUNTV. OKLAHOMA TEltKITORY
Eugene O Durkee. Plaintiff J j.ubjlcatlM
Mary n Durkee Defendant f UC
The above named defendant Mary n.
Durkee. Is berrliy notined that she has
been sued by said plalutlff. Kugene O Dur-
kee la the District Court of r.oKin County.
Oklahoma Territory and that she must
answer the petition tHed therein by plain-
tilt on or before the 5th day of December.
A D. IWW or said petition will be taken as
true and judgment rendered granting
plaintiff an abwlate divorce from defend
autdtpraied for In said petition.
Attet. M C lUUT.nerkot District Court
By T A Nkau Deputy x -
C'OTTllBAt & HnnxOB
IIKBK Htr.llilt COf ATI" TICKKT.
Councilman 9th Council District.
Jabi'uh S. Sovr.K.
Representative 17th District:
Representative of 18th District:
I'robato Judgo J. L.Oai.vkht.
For Shoriff Junius Oldham
For County Attorney Kdoah W. Jonks
For County Clerk Chas. B. Hkuwio
ForTreusurer . David T. Kkvbkii.
Veglstor of Deeds IticiiAUU S. Slum.
Jnpt. Public Schools.TiiOMAH Moituow.
Assessor . W. C Uuodes.
County Surveyor G. W. Wooiivohth.
I'ubllc Weigher O. W. Sawvkii.
Coronur Dit. J. G. Catiiekon.
( W. F. Stilks 1st dlst.
County Coin'raK M. W. Ai.i.BN2nddlst.
( Jas. Lovki.l 3d diet.
Justice ot the Peace
uuTiinti: xoirzsuii' tickkt.
Trustee . . . B. 0. Dodd.
J. M. Moititis.
Constable. John Willis
Koad Supervisor District' No 3
. . . . Thko. Wvanco.
Itoad Supervisor District No. 1
Treasurer .0. W. Mauk.
OUT It lilt! OtTV TIOKBT.
Con?able.i FltANK Al.T.KN.
Jnd(e ICeaton't Aiyolntmeitt:
Judgo Kcaton's dates tor Logan
cnunty aro as follows:
Marshall Wednesday Oct. 20th at
Crescent Wednesday Oct. 20th at
7:s0 p. m. '
Langston Wednesday Nov. 2nd at 2
Guthrie Thursday Nov. 3rd at I p.
Mulhall Thursday Nor. 3rd at 7:30
Let all township committeemen
throughout tho county bco to the cer-
tifying tho nominations ot candidates
for officers Do not delay this Im-
L. F Lavkutt.
Chairman (Populist Com
3. W Sktdku
Chairman Democratic Com i
Regular scslon ot Guthrie lodge No.
420 P. O. Klks in Klks lodge rooms
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock p. m.
Hrcthrcn having petitions will favor
the secretary with the samo. Blectton
of officers and unfinished business will
bo in order. Ho prompt. Visiting
llAKPEIl S. CCNNl.XUIIAM E.R.
JES8V HuxTKit Sec.
Agents wanted for tho only official
History of Our War with Spain. Its
Causes Incidents and Resultb " Civil
mi itary and naval. Steel plates maps
and engravings. Ity Hon. Henry 11.
Russell Senator Proutor of Vermont
and Senator Thurston of Nebraska.
Tho greatest seller ever known. One
thousand more agents wanted. We
pay freight and give credit. Write for
terms and territory to tho sole pub
A. D. WOHTllINOTON &. CO.
Try Rltzhaupts Merchants dlnncror
dairy lunch from 11:30 to 2 p. m. For
gents and ladies
Lots 13 and 14 block CO e. g. also lot
24 block 00 g. p This property Is for
sale at your price. G. H. Lymis.
S A MANN. M'gr.
NAnd Company ln
The ojxmlng bill will be
hAn American Widow."
SKAT SALE opens at Wallace & Miller"
drugstore at Da in . Saturday Oct Si
LADIKh FHEK-On Monday night eacl
ladr accompanied by an csrort holding
paid reserved seat ticket will beaduilttec
We Live in Oklahoma.
We grow wheat in Oklahoma.
Tbi wheat is milled in Oklahoma.
Our employes spend their money in Guthrie.
"We pay taxes in Guthrie.
Buy the best Flour made in Guthrie
SILVER AND GOLD-every sack guaranteed.
Model Roller Millvrv
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