The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 153, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 26, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIJB OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma Wheat Flour.
Please don't forget when ordering Flour that....
Sib er and Gold
Is what you 7ant to call for ifMt is the best you are aftbr.
It is made from Oklahoma wheat by The Mobbl Kollk
Mills of Gu.hrte D. T. North Division Street
I'll on ."i '
her 11 u .i
lluii . l-i uiij b
4. . .. v..n..f p.k..
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For Sale By
Ujilrr af Kiji
SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY.
Prom 11 M to 2 p. m daily except
Ill Uarrl.o Ave. W RlTZHAUPT. PfOf
Fresh Ualtlmore Oyster. t'Uh and Celcrj
First published In the Outhrle Dally Leader
October St. lt8.
IK TIIK DISTRICT COUUT OK LOO AN
COUNTY OKLAHOMA TEMtlTOKV.
KuneO Durkee. Plaintiff. I i.ut)1icatlon
Mary K Durkee Defendant S '
lac auurc u.ujiu ui.-i(Huntt
Durkee. '.m hereby notified that pe has
been ued by tarn planum Kugt-nc v. unr-
kee In the Ustrict Court of Logan County
OkUboma T Tltory. and tbat she must
answer the pet 'ton Hied therein by plain-
tiff on or before 'he 5th dav of December
A D. 16W. or bald petition will be taken as
true and Judgment rendered granting
Plaintiff an abkolute divorce from detetiu-
aat.icuravcd for In kahl iwtlllon.
Attest M C JUnr Clerk of District Court. '
lrivIV i NllL Dcuutv.
COTTKIIAI. A. HOHJiOH
First Pabl'rhed in the Outhrle Daily
cr uctouer so ipw
In" the District Court 01 Logan County. Ok-
Lma O. Hariell Plaintiff. )
JaniesH Han el). Def t )
rh ami nampd defendant. James H.
narrell Is hereby notlflert tbat he has been
sued by tbe plaint ff LulaC. Harrell. In the
District Ccurt of Luzan County Oklahoma
Territory and tbat be muit answer tbe pe-
tition tiled therein by the plaintiff on or be-
fore the 7th day of December. A. V lbtra. or
aid petition will be taken as true and Jude-
went rendered granting plaintiff an absolute
divorce from delendant. an prayed for in
.-.11 rutlnn I.ULA C H.MtnEI.L.
Attest M C IUiit Clerk of Dlst. Oourt
HyT A. Nkau Deputy
otteral & llornor Plain
tFirst publlsned In Outhrle Dally Leader
November 4 left.)
IntheDUtrlctC ur of Loj nmunty Okla.
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the lerrlturv ot ok abnina .u.d mi it ln
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le jd-n in said trrriio aim iyai - ui
tut i i.''tat artlvor e v in r- 'In deiimUnt
lan..'i irsld.iit ot th--in r tm ana that
ni- ii.t'UdaMt nut a..ir anJ a rnr
i.Ueiui u .al limW piiil'"" ' "i icu-re
the .iUda ul Decembii l- J iiKHt
Miti .w renileis4aa4Hiiit uiuj i. ilil.inii ..ud
tUt.iv.iroi plilntfil. n w.liiiH-. wluit.it I
tave Kereiintl my I. ud md uitUfd the
n ..t Mtd lourt t Ouiw . county and
tmifry aliata. tttU. "d a. ' N-veui-ber.
Ita .. ItAItT t-'irrk.
J. B FAIRFIELD
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The best grade ot Coal 'al-
ways in store The McAlester
a speciiltv Prorap'. delivery.
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Harrion. Phone 20.
First Clas in Every Respect.
Day Coft'-d by tbe wee or month at
& Williams Props.
off foreign Hour on you. Itomcin.
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I -n't a sin in teeth. Yet delicacy J
chooses to have it artfully con- I
cealed. I make artiflcial plates 7
wl'li every advantage of the beBt t
m -d-rn mechanical facilities to aid J.
me so perfect in fit so natural in
ppear.ince and so comfortable in
icrkiQtha even the wearer can
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A 300-page book contain-
ing a complete write up of
each town in Oklahoma
and a history of the men
Who have made them to-
gether with valuable infor-
mation regarding the soil
crops etc. beautifull and
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uitil January 1st has been
i educed to fiO cents per
year. Send in your sub-
scriptions at once as the
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cover cost of postage etc.
Ifinllroail Time Tables
A. V. k S. P
SOUTH KAST AND AVKST.
Leave j Arrive
Guthrie I l City
b:40am 6:lK)pui j t):4J am
4 01 pm 0:50 am 10:00 pm
8:20 ant I Local Freight.
SOUTH. SOUTHEAST AND WKST.
Attlve I Arrire
VI Worth I Oalves'n
BifS'nm I S:05 am
1:15 pni l:l5pm
11:15 pm 11:15 pm
t 00 am
805 am D.36 pm go
A. J. COIUUNS Asent.
u. 0 & 0
I Dally I
D y ex
I 6 30 p. m
1 so a m
8 h a m
9 XI a. m
v St) a. 111.
6 Ma.m !
B 10 a.m
11 10 a.m
S 15 p. ul
It 30 1). W
It 50 p III
j 30 a.m.
9U p. m.
S S5 p. in
LocaT Local. '
II to a.m.
12 iO p. Ill
1 0.1 n.m.
d 40 p.m.
So. McAlebter 3 10 p. m
Ar. Shawnee 6 16 n. Ul
6 16 a m
Lv. Snhunee 0 31 r m
Ar. Oklahoma; T 68 p. m
Lv. Oklahoma 8 04 p. m
4 00 p m
For uny lurther information address
J. F HOLDEN. Tramc Mgr..
South McAlester. 1.
Via WlRter St. L. & 8. P. Uy
Arrive Ft Smith 4 3S pm
Arrive SI. Louis T 85 au
h . I & s. V
..A 'll Vi8lr
Leave St. Louis . .? i5 pm
LeavePl Smith MOOtm
laical Local St lajuU Bx
Lvistor 5 5 inn. .-... ..1230 pm
i.r fi :
i. Shawne .... . 1 J6 pm
LvuklaOllv. SMam . .....
ArQeary 1205 pm ! ....
Dally except Sunday.
4IW ! 1 w J'u ' v -
A lu u r T tm 1 IB! 1 TT1 A ill vim
... 0 25 pm
uthrle lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. tneets
Thursday evening of each week at 7:30 in
V.ktor block. .ocuer nrsi auu Harrison.
vikiitnf Worlcmeu alwdvs welcome
l. II. 3AIUIKK. M. W.
U J TCOUY Hccorder.
Outhrte Lodge No. 2 IC ofI. meets ev-
ery Mondav at T 30 in their nail In the Vic-
tor block coiner First and Harrlfron. Visit-
ing Knights are always welcome.
J FOUCAUT. M. of K. and IC ot it' S-
Guthrie Lodee Ko
I O. O. V meets
Odd p.5al" wayswetom"T vul0n
w s cooi'jsn n a
Q W IlIlUCE. Secretary
Oklahoma Encampment No. I I. O. O. i
meets every Tuesday erenlng In Odd Fel-
lows ball at 7 3a All visiting patriarchs
welcome. F. lUTTEIlUUSCH.O. P.
II. U STllOUOH Scribe
llartranf t I'ost Ko 3. O A. K.. meets on
first and third Saturdays in each month at
7:30 p. m. In probate court room Visiting
comrades always welcome
J C. FOSTER. P. C.
M. I MOCK. Adlutnant
Guthrie Oamo No. 3. Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday night In the K.
of P. ball. Visiting Woodmen ars welcome
WM. QREGQHV Con Com.
Guthrie Lodire No. S. A F h. A U
ular meeting; third Tuesday evening in each
All brethren cordially
Invited to attend.
II P AKDEKY Sec
A J OOBItlNS. W. M
I O. It-M meets every Tuesday tnlgbt In
of I- tlL Visiting chiefs alwa'S welcome
U. U. OH EltBV. Chief of llecordi.
Naomi Rebekah Lodee. Ha. i. t O O.V
meets every Thursday evening at 7.30 In the
Odd Fellows' hall lu the Welnberfrer build
luc Visitors welcome ALLIE HIGH. NU
KATE MWfcTIiy. Sec
WE PAY $12 A WEEK APNE gs
to men with rigs to Introduce
our Poultry Oompound. Send
Stamp. JavoIIe Mftf Co
The Ueneml Tlks About tli Mlttiikel 11
Mud Kt i:t t'of y
New York. Nov. 15 Qen. Bliafter w8
tb principal guett tonight at n bnnquet
given at Delmonlcon by the Son of tha
noolatlon of the state of New YorV U
tbo course of speech ho paid:
I wish to way something about thw Into
w&r about the sUoceM In Cuba. I sup-
pflas ou nil Know how thKt campotRn
hftB been bitterly orltlcltl. I want to tt'l
jti that It Is much easier for n uvati to
ry hew n tlilnt sbouW be dons tt.nn to
den. Shaft or then detailed the ipepu.a-
lion for the Cuban cAtnpdtitii and thin
Gen. Sh After Mid:
"War wits declared In April at the be-
ginning of th sickly ssitson In Cuba. It
wnn tho expreaa Intention of the Presi-
dent nml he told me to htmeelf. to iletny
the war until after that season no mat-
ter wlint the imbllc olntnor wns. He
would not send volunteers Into Cuba dur-
ing tho sickly season."
After referring1 to tho conditions which
in ado onrller action necessary Con. Shat-
ter told of tho embarkation at Tamna of
hU arrival In Santiago with his forces'
"I will say right here that there was no
stratctr employed. I learned of a con
siderable body of Spanish troop In nnd
nbout Santiago which In round numbers
I will place nt 81000.
"I knew we would have some sickness
and I determined to make a sharp and
forced mach straight to Santiago. I had
21.12S men all of tho light artillery and all
of the available cnvnlry. Thero were
three legiments of volunteers. Ono com-
posed of cowboyr who while they lnclf-
til In tho O.iclpllnu of the regulars were
InuriHl by post lives to hnrdshlp nnd did
good work. Thore wore nluo tho Tint
New York tind tho second Massachusetts.
They were good regiments nnd did tltolr
duty well (npplnuse). Thero Is not a re-
giment In the volunteers on tho face of
the earth who could b made soldiers In
the short time and training that these re-
CAHniKD THRIR HAVRItSACKS.
"Of courso we could tint carry comfor-
table homes with us. Kvery ntnn had
thro days rations. All the generals ex-
cept Gen. Wheeler wont on foot with
tlmlr hnvdmtcks and tholr rations llko
Gen. Hhnftor thfn described tho "nrlotis
marches nnd tho methods of the Hpnn-
lards In lighting and oontlnued:
"I made one mistake In that march to-
wards Santiago. It was the only serious
mistake I made. That was at the battle
of El Coney. On tho first dny wo np-
pronohod the town front tho northeast. I
snt several ot our boat men to reoon-
noitor. On learning; thin from thorn I
ordered an ndvanco on Kl Canoy."
Gun. Shatter compllmcntod Gen. Keuts
and Gon. lAW;tons forces. Of tho ElOanoy
fight ho said:
"It was tho most direct way. I know
that slcknoes was ccrtnln and I was de-
termined to reach Santiago before the
slcknow) came upon tho men.
"1 knew that the surrender of b'nntla-
was only n question of a few days"
said tho uenerul. "I wa told by tho
British consul afterwards that the town
was ours when we nrrlvod nt the brow
of the hill. There was much clamor for
me to assault the town. I had to exercise
the groat os t effort to withstand It."
In speaking of tho sufferings of the
men ho said:
"We had lots of suiTorlng I will admit.
Thoro is nlwnys suffering In war. There
wan not a momont whan I could have pro-
vented It that any man suffered itnnoo-
essttrlly. Out of tho 1600 Wounded hut
tllrteon llet n8 l ylaa Informed In July.
mm is n small purceniHgu. 1 imvo never
heard n complaint from nny officer or
man of tho regular army."
Oon Shftflcr closed with n tribute to
the Sons of tho llovnllitlnn and fat down
amid great npploUBG.
Ttev. Henry Vlnrtyke wan introdueeil
and created a sonsntlan by vehemently
denouncing the policy ot expansion. He
declared that the purposes for which wo
went to war wore: freedom for Cuba and
the cause of humanity and not for the ig-
grand zement of territory. He referral
" ... .
to l'ie evacuation of tho British and said:
"imneHallsm means n reaction to the
days of ITtt when the colonial policy was
banished from Amstiea by Washington.
Do you proiMHH Sons of the Hevolutlon
to change this republic Into a oomjusrlna
The greatest exeltmant prevnlleil at 'his
point and the speaker had to wait for
quiet. Then he paid a wonderfully elo-
quent tribute to the (las; ami hoped It
would never float alrave any country
whose people were unwillingly under the
dominion of this government and that
It never should stand for conquest lmpsr-
'". ltd of humanity and enlighten-
ment. Jie reau sections rqin vtasui'iff
tons farwell address and declared that
Washington was not a fool or old fogy
but had a prophetic vision of the pres
Jierihi arc Kltdrie J.t)httd.
On tbo California Limited Santa Ye
Route; a. new system electricity (gen-
erated by car axles; 5000 candle power.
II ml f a Day SanJ.
By the California limited Santa Fe
Routei tH days to Los Angeles; now
features this season.
Tbe Missouri Kansas vi Texts rail-
road company will s 11 low rate round
trip tickets on November 1st litb
December 6tU and SOth with final
limit of return to II days from date of
sale An excellent opportunity for
bomeseokers tourists and investors to
view for themselves the great re-
sources of tbe state. For further In-
formation address P. 15. Drew 0. If
JkT A.. Parsons ICac
How do you spend ttiosa long even-
ings? Did yon ever tbluic about taU
in? borne a parlor Kame or one of
I thosa cbeap td good tnseazines to be
bad at Llille's m store. One trial I
' will AAaialBnj. vni l. l nM-wm '
Tit. mmiiHvv WM mm w
FAILED FOR A MILLION.
Grant C Ullltt th" Usttle Klnp. Mikri
.Abilene Kas Nov. S5. A failure Involv-
ing cattle Interests throughout the south-
west was jirccltpltated here todny wlien
an attachment suit tor Ha0 was filed
nEtilnst Gmnt C. lGUlett of Woodbine
by the Gillespie Commission company ot
GUIett controls thousands of cattle on
the southwestern ranges and hl liabi-
lities are believed U be over a million
It Is now known that on Monday of
the present week Qlllctt made an asslsrn-
ment and deed ot truit 0f all of his hold-
nira to D. W. Nnlll. Illetl nt once depart-
ed for Texas. Mr. Nalll however refin-
ed to accept tho trusteeship and the
papers were not filed.
This condition ot nfalra becoming noised
about Glltetts creditors enme down upon
him In droves. Men representing twenty
five commission firms in Kansas City nr-
rtved nt Woodbine todny on n special
train and Immediately beRan searching
for aillett cattle which are ranging over
central and western Kansas Oklahoma
Indian Territory and Texas. How many
thei-e are none of tho creditors seems to
know but It Is stated that there are
about MOO head on GUIetts Woodbine
ranch. Somo idea of the extent of all-
iens liabilities was Rained at the county
register office here whore fully tl.0000ii
of Jils paper Is recorded. About one third
of it Is blanket and unroleased martgagea
while the remainder covers oattle now be
Most of GUIetts paper Is thought to
huvo been held by Kansas city batiks
arid commission flnns but the firms who
nre represented here on the tcroimdn
claim to bo amply protected.
Tho career of Grant C. GUIett has been
of tho sky rocket order. He Is but 31
years of ngo nnd his operations have
startled the more conservative stock men.
Four years nso l.o lived on n mortgage
quarter section of land near Woodbine
where he begnn his entile trade by feed-
ing steors for others. In this he was suc-
cessful nnd on the little rtinch he laid
thn groundwork of n business which ban
enabled him to handle over SOfl.OnO cattle
within the hist throo years. His methods
woro as novel ns they were dnrlng. Soon
ho scorned to have unlimited credit. He
bought great droves of auttlo In Texas
nnd brought thorn north for wilo and
feeding. Soon he organized his celebrated
"Cowboy" band composed ot plainsmen
In his employ nnd when he rode about
tho country In his special car he took
his band of musicians with him H oven
took thorn Into eastern cities whore they
attracted much nttentiun.
Mr. Glllott Is said to havo rocontly tak-
en out $237000 of llfo Insuranco nnd ftX)
COO of accident Insurance
QILIjIITT WAS IN KANSAS OITY
APT15U HIS FAlLUniS.
Kansn.8 City Nov. !8. Otllott tiki
not go from Abilene to Texas as It)
supposed la Abilene. He was in Kan-
sas CMy yesterday nnd met Tits cred-
itors nt a hotel It Is said to be the
desire of the men who hold Glllett's
pwper to combine their hiteresta and
carry the cattle 1111411 they are J11 n
murketablo condHKm. Aijuit ao.txio
heatl ot Glllett's cAttle nre said to be
In the feed lots on Ills) two pAlirhe in
Kansas nnd in the hamW of various
feeders in KnnMiH Okhilionm Indian
Territory nnd Texas. It t not known
where Glllott went when he left tiihs
Caltle Stood (ho Storin-
sait IJtke. Nov. S&-V 1 An.leraon
of the railway bureau of live stock sta-
tistics of tho Union Stock yards Chteigu
reports as follows concerning the effect a
of the recent snow storm on cattle Pi the
west. From Oklahoma to Montana and
ihnomjhout the Itocky Mountains dis-
tricts no unfavorable conditions obtain.
The loesen rHred from Oklahoma. It
has Ikph clemonstrateil nre due in other
causes. In Nebraska Kansas and Iowa
where the storm assumed the proportions
ot a bllazard feed ami shelter for stock
Is abundant .end on account of local sev-
erity In a few cases the general condi-
tion was exaggerated.
V. G. Prultt secretary of the Monlnxi
live stock association at Helena says In
reference to the cold snap on the Mon-
tana cattle range:
"No Injurious effect whatever."
This Is a fair sample of reliable infor-
petlon throughout the entire territory
mentioned. The heaviest snow fall seems
to have been in Idaho while the upper
Arkansas valley escaped radical weather.
OUR CLUB LIST.
We have arranged with the publish
era of the following newspapers for
clubbing ratta which we give below.
Perbons who are already subscribers
to tbe Leader can take advantage of
this exceptionally low combination by
paying the amount now duo for tho
The Weekly Leader and Weekly
Cincinnati Kwiuirer one yenr. 81 00
Toe Weekly Leader and the twice
a week St. Louie Republic one
year for I 25
The Weekly Leader and the twice
a week New York World one
year for. - 1 15
Tbe Weekly Leader an J tbe twice
a week Kansas City Times one
year for . . 1 J)0
a he Weekly Leader and the Prai-
rie Farmer (Orange Juftd's pV
J. per) one yeor for. 75
The Weekly Leader and the Home
and Farm of LaulsTllle Ky.
ono vear for. 76
Or the Weekly Leader from now
until January i ivw. for. ..... oo
Address all communications to the
Leader Printing Company Outhtle
fannert HatUnai Vengret;
December H4 1698. For Above occa-
sion on December 4tb aud Sth the
8anta Fe will sell tickets to Fort
Worth and return for 89.10 from Oath-
rie. Final return limit 21 days from
date of tale. A J. Corklns Agent.
OU Move and the beet whiskies
11 Harrioa At. 47-tf
Reduced . ; 0
Commencing with the
L - "" ft
4jr Will be reduced from $l.oo to &
The Weekly Leader
KEFORJIS IS SANTIA00.
A Culi.n I'ulrlot Aiuliitl Mrnr mid
Hull KlehUni: HupprriMil
Hanllngo De Cuba Nov. a. 8me I lino
n bo MnJ. McLcary whom Upii. I.eonanl
WnoCt hsd aiUMiliitod mayor of BuiiHiiko
rtMiuested to be relieved of bis mnyornllty
duties and to return to his military post.
This refines t whs granted todny. In tho
orinlon of Gen. Wood It Is lirefemblo to
appoint to tho mayornllty a cIvIIIhii iic-
ci.p.oble to the CuIwuh nnd he linn tip-
pointed as MnJ. Mcl.eery Kenor llncnrdl
nn old resident.
Ho Is nnxlous to Rive tho mayor nn
much authority us Is compatible Willi
military Jurisdiction. Tho new rnnyor vf III
conform to Oen. Wood n Ideas which sro
to slvo the Cutwnti overy opportunity to
show tlisinselves oapable of self Kovern-
ment. MnJ. McLeary as a nillllftry mayor
gnv entire satisfaction to all classes. He
has now been assigned to the dulloH of
Inspector aeneral ot the province nnd will
shortly take a tour Including llolguln
Otbarn sVisjua Ie Inatno and other
points making report to Oen. Wood. The
first official act of .Mayor Ilacardl woe to
discharge the entire clerical force In the
mayors office and to employ Cubans who
had served in the war. He will shortly I
sue a manifesto to the effect that he In-
tends enoouranInK tho cltys development
and ulvlnx employment as far as condi-
tions will permit to worthy ixtreons.
Col. II. T. Itorrup bavins completed bis
wcrl: In tbe ordnance deiwrtment Is tak-
ing over all the captured armament In
tho nrovlcnce. He la also giving close at
tention to the condition of the United
I4eut. Ilrooka will probably be nppolnted
to suervlM the system of water works.
lie is now engaged virtually uiutii routine
work only. In connection with the ordin
ance department. The regulation prevent
Inc the foreclosure of small mortgage-
Issued by Cmi. Wood about a fortnight
ago has proved u uraat boon for whose
relief it was Intended
Oen. Wood ls given his approval to a
scheme of school for the higher education
of women similar to the American nor-
mal school. Today lie Iseued notice im-
posing a fine of JI.Cm) upon any person
prompting a bull iltsu and a fine of 10
upon any promoter of a eock fight. In
tho case of a eock fight the fine will fall
upon wltnessee an well as promoters
Tho rural police have been Instructed
to keep a special lookout along the tele-
graph line between Santiago and BariLuls
tu the peasant farmers are still cutting
the wire and using It to bale hay nn4
Tho civil administration of tho province
is now virtually complete. The appoint-
ment of supreme court Judges will be
roado tomorrow and as tha local bar as-
sociation ha.i put forward several names
a an. Wood will probably select from
among these nun.
October 20th antl continuing
until January 1st the subscrip- fr
tion price of ... . &
- aassss-"1 I
AODHKBB ALL VOUMVMUATlU.Slt IO
LAWS FOIL ALAbKA.
Storetury llll.s T.IU at the Mds ot the
Hecrotary Illlss l:i 1 Is report on Alaska
rrakes many recomtnondatlons. Ilu thlnts
It can bo made to yield u revenue for
tv.t Mortal fcrm of government lluw o
talto coro of the sale of llijuor Is his chief
t.oublo. To prevent smuggllm; lie wanu
Ijkimches to iiatrol the TorturuuN
ohRiintils of sotMheast Alaskan vuivr.
HmuuKlItu: prevails and saloons arc p-
fii In all of the towns and intiilng rump.
The Kovernor reports u. coiurensu- of
opinion In favor of a stringent high lic-
ense law which would tend in stamp
out aiiiUKKlIng and llrmor selling to tbe
The governor believes ttutt Alaska
should end can pay revenue lulu the
I'nlled States treasury.
t'nder n high lleeuse law toe estimate-
that tbe liquor traffic would yield an an-
nual revenue of not less than tJOJ.000; a
tax of u few centa per case or salmuu
fuU produce frojn m.m to M0J): ten
cents a ton of wharfage collected during
the iwatt year would have yielded ttta.UM.
He recommends however tbat any sys-
tem of taxation for the territory Im de-
ferred until land laws sliakf have been
Maay sections nt Alanaa K Is shuwn
are suitable for agricultural purposes.
With proper ears cattle ean be raised
In the milder districts. It cannot be
doubled that lu the course of tlmr vast
Herds of reludeer will cover the platan of
northern Aae. and a few thousands
of dollars spent now lu helping the H-
kimo to obtain herds win save the ex
penditure of msny thousands In the fu-
ture. The fur seal are due to extinction un-
lee ail iiaaio soaliHir can be stopped.
'Hi breading of female- seals has proved
a. sueceae. Tit brawls render tfee pelt
vaiueleSH and show that tbe tTnlu-J
Staftea Inw a proparty rtgit to the ani-
mal. The raising or blue loxa U beroM-
Ing an Ir-fortant Industry. The hunting
e. the sea otter be been so unremitting
thstt vary row are now left. Tbe gover-
nor reoom meads that the killing of than
be prohibited for a long lime.
WANT A CONCmW8SMA.K.
rtepre-MmtatioM In coagreos for rhe clt-
UettS of Alaska Is Mrongly urged.
The jat yar has been one of greet
progress In reining operations Many
Americans who located claim in the
northweet territory lw abandoned
them and ha rtilei on the aUekan
-side of tb laUrnaUoMl boundary line
where a new town Tterfe City has sprung
up. There has been great development
In quartz mining In MtvVh eA Alaska
and along the eeast as far us .'tuliski
Coal hflJ '.i-n discovered near th- T pp.r
Yukon the Lanana and on Prince Wil-
The California Limited Hanta
Ko Itouto. solid to Los An-
gelcB. Time S)i days.
Pullmans dining car buf
fet ear nuioking car with
barber shop observation car
with ladles' parlor. Electric
Three times a week.
A. J.CORKINS Af?t.
AUlilton Tope lea A Ham Ks Hy
Live Stock Journal.
THE PRAIUIB FARMER-a
weekly Agricultural and Live
Stock Journalone dollar a
year. It 1b admittedly the letd
er of the agricultural and live-
stock journals of the United
States. It covers the entire
Held of agriculture dairying
live stock breeding and live
stock feedinij. It Is edited for
weistern fanners and stockmen
who carry on diversified work.
In fact it Is the farmer's news-
paper. The regular subscrip-
tion price is one dollar a vear:
but in order that every one of
our readers may get it next year
we will send it a 7ul. year with
the Weekiy Leader for 75 cents.
This low price may be vrith-
dtawn anytime; we request our
readers to act promptly. Hand
in your orde or send it to us.
Constipation prevents the body from
ridding- itself of waste matter. De-
Witt'a Little Karly Ulsera will remove
the trouble and cure Hiok Ueadschr.
HilliousneM. Inactive Liver aqd clrar
the aomploxion Umali sugar coatedk
don't grips or oauto nausea. J. W
Wheeler ' Son.
Taking effect November isth all
freight rates from Missouri river
points to Oklahoma points will be ad-
vancrd. Tbe rates to Guthrie after
tbat date will be on 1st 9ici Sod (So
3rd. 6tcj 4th 50c; Sth S2c Sugar. O L;
He; 1 0 L 53o. A. J. Cohkixs Agent.
For Bale A windmill feed yrlnder
price HO. Inquire at the Leader of-
fice. btuinpC Mercantile Co are lelllag-
all kinds of goods cheaper tbaa any
other bouse ia tbe cltr Call oa taa
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 153, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 26, 1898, newspaper, November 26, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74391/m1/3/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.