The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 172, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 17, 1898 Page: 2 of 4
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THU liHADBR. GOTHKIB OKLAHOMA.
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Bnt red In the potom '. Guthrie Okl.
icoua cilia mU matter.
QlticU! Paper el Dklitani Yirrllorj.
rDIItitSHKU HYTHB LEADKIt PRIJITINP
t. O. S1M.ACK tUlttor ii ml .lliumifi'.
Tom Doilk is In for considerable
elrlne now davs. While tho Ware Is
not stuck on Doyle's tactics in politics
we admire Uia individuality sou grit
lie Is & true straight out Democrat
Biiro and lie made his- principles win
in Noble county this fall and Is elec-
ted to the low house of tho legWln-
lain re. Bntd Wave.
OBIM Oman of Oklohunm IlrniaetBcy
One month delivered In city -...I C
One month Ur mall .... - W
Three motutu.. I M
air months - - J go
ote Ter w
atx months- .. Jg
One year ' w
Orlauoma i old onoupli now to
(Xei public buildtnirp. .She ought
to have something besides receipted
bills from the state of Kansas or from
some prlv-sit corporation to s1ioa that
she cnrei for Sicr insntie her blind nd
her convicts. The day has come when
public demands and public nrcetsltles
requtro somatlilntf permanent in these
directions. I'onea City Oonrier.
SATURDAY JlHCBMBBtt 17 188.
LovisiANIANS point with pride to the
fact that all their lynching arc con-
ducted In a decorous orderly and pleas-
It was a groat mossage that of tho
president. It containod more than
CO.000 words and punctuation marks
aufllclent to stock a school roadcr.
Thomas Adkiks who was convicted
and sent to tho Lansing penitentiary
for life for the murder of Mrs. K. F.
Mitchell recently died thoro from con-
sumption. The babble of voices mentioned in
the Bible hae come to this country in
tho acquisition of the Philippines with
their 122 different and unintelligible
According to the Alva Courier Judge
McAteo held in Woods county last
week that tho 4 pr cent limit on
county indebtedness did not apply
when the Indebtedness was created
for '.ho nocesBnry purposes of. govern-
ment. With no limit on the amount
of territorial Indebtedness and the
bars thrown down for counties Okla-
homa should bo able to enter upon a
career of cxtrnvagance that will suit
the highest golden ileeced ideas of
Cash Pardon ltarncs and Harper Cun-
ningham tho legal looters of the
relm. l'erry Bnterprlso-Ilmos.
Why what in the world has come
over tho spirit of tho dreams of the
l'erry R. T?
A max supposed to have been one
of tho robbers who rocontly held up
tho railroad station agent at McLoud
has been captured and is being held
It is time for the Republicans to
raise the howl of ingratitude against
Col W. J. Bryan for differing with the
policy of the administration after
holding a commission under it.
ConoNKiis' juries down South must
be Invariably composed of transient
visitors or nowcomcrs. Kvery time a
negro la lynched it is found that the
act was committed by " persons to the
Tug best and most taking manag
crle for tho noxt mouth will bo on
tho Topoka foot lights dnrlng the
sitting of Gov. Lccdy's extra session
of the legislature. Tho Santa Fo
ought to offer excursion rates while
A Montickllo Ga. paper stys:
"Jako Glover was lynched here last
night. Tho elite of tho town attended
the lynching and all had a good time
except Jake." Well In every play It
is the hard work of tho comedian that
makes fun for tho audience nnd Jake
no doubt played well his part.
Tiik western xallroads have issued
a circular stating that hereafter all
clergymen who wish to rlda on the
usual half faro rate will bo required
to secure a clergy permit from local
agents at tho cost of SI. Tho charge
of a dollar for permits is an innova-
tion but it is predicted tho clergymen
will stand tho ralsct Ex.
ahuctt sitA'.iTon iia vnss.
Senator llavons of Knld wilt apnoar
in legislative halls next month. Hav-
ing leased bis bull calf the sonator
will bring along his iglldorllukc and
use it to assist his gabberwock in pas
sing pressing bills. Dally Leader.
Yes and we overheard tho seuator
say ho would tako his branding iron
along and brand tho maverick In tho
editorial rooms of tho Loader. Knid
Cures every form of
Impure blood from
Tho pimple on your
Face to the great
Scrofula sore which
Drains your system
Thousands of people
Testify that Mood's
Scrofula Salt Rheum
And That Tired
Fcelinjf. Remember thii
And get Hood's
And only Hood'3.
UK HAIO MIAOU.
The old United I'rcsbytoriau kirk at
Havoc in Scotland liad a minister
sorao 00 years ago named David Caw a
very diminutive man standing only
about G feet 3 inches. He married a
strapping handsome labs somo five or
six inches taller than he and her name
was Grace Wilson. Tho Sunday after
tho wedding he got a neighboring
minister to preach for him so ho could
sit with his bride on tho first Sunday.
Tho minister was a good deal of a
wag so Mr Caw made him promise
faithfully that ho would not allude in
tho sermon to himself his bride or the
'act of tho marriage but Mr. Caw
nearly sank through tho lioor whan
the toxt was given out KnhcEians
Hi 8: "Unto me who am less than the
least of all saints is tho Grace given "
San Francisco Wavo.
lng about and in your own Interest it
begs you to nut promptly and give
whatever your circumstances will
allow you to give. Hunt up tho sub-
scription oommlttoo and tell them you
nre for Guthrie and wjll help on the
subscription. Don't wnlt for the cotn-
uilttco but ilnd and tell them that
yon stand with them for Guthrie.
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Ue-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.J.Ciibnev & Co. Props. Toledo.O.
We tho undersigned have known
F. J. Choney for the last 15 years and
bollovo him perfoetly honorabie in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligation mado
by tho firm.
Wkss it Tkavx Wholesale Druggists
Wai.mxu Kihnax JL Mahvin Whole-
sale Druggists' Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tuken intern-
ally acting dlroctly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all
druggists Testimonials frco.
A cough is not like a fovur. It does
not have to ruff a certain course. Cure
it quickly and ffeotually with One
Mlnuto Cough Cure tho best rotnedy
for all ages ond for tho most sevare
cases. Wo recommend it because its
good. J. W. Wheeler Son
Wonpkii how Jo Donohoc of Ponca
City looked when he received that
letter from his old tlmo Kansas friend
asking if it was true that ho was in
tho penitentiary for eight years and
what ho was in for ! If Jo Donohoe
hadn't been tho beat naturcd man in
the United Slates ho would have sent
that old friend on a mUsion to Manila
or some p'aco where he couldn't mall
any more letters of inquiry.
Every Citizen to tho Front !
The A. U. JbO. road will certainly be
built if our people come to tho front
and complete this survey to Shawnee.
It is right that we should speak
plainly tho words of sobor truth to
our people to evory man who owos
a dollar's worth of real estate in and
around tho city that unless they
come promptly forwnrd and subscribe
something lot it bo much or little
towards the fund for the survoy and
do it at onco thoy will be standing in
their own light and against their own
It is not right it is nut fair aud it
will fail in tho end and to their per-
sonal and financial injury if they
stand back and rofuse a helping hand
in this crisis of our city's life expect-
ing a few of our big hearted and push
lng citizens to coutributo all the
money necessary for this survey.
You may not own as much property
to bo affected by railroad enterprises
as somo others but what you do own
makes you an intorestcd partv to the
extent of the present and future val-
ues of that property and no argu-
ment is nccossary to show you this.
The Leadkh knows what it Is talk-
Lovers of tho fragrant weed will
find the following well known brands
of tobac.'os at Olsmith's 111) South
Division strout: Three Kings Bull
Durham Dixie Queen Duke's Cameo
Duko's Mixture Buck Shoe California
Nugget Yalo Mixture Cornell Mix-
ture Salamagundi Porlque Vanity
Fair Imperial cube cut.
A Mlle.a-Mmnte Nhare.
On tho California limited Santa Fc
Route; there is a barber shop in tho
buffet smoking car: cnt're train elec-
tric lightens through in 3Jf days Chi-
cago to Los Angoles.
Old Glory has beon planted in many
lands and the sun never sets on her
dominions. Wo know of something
olso that is taking as firm a hold and
has como to stay. It is the laboring
man's frlond and givos him muse. a
aud strongth to stbnd tho day's labor
and toil. Choapor than tho cheapest
quality tho boat of Its grade. Old
Three Tlmm a IFttk.
Tho California Limited via Santa Fo
Iluutet finer and faslor than cvor.
Tho same Old Mosos is sorving 1 W.
Harper whiskey over his bar 2H iar-
M? N- t" FUZZIER PRESIDENT.
II. ill I III' .1 -1 L11 OIlllt.JAlll 1 JIKABVlir.lt.
The Oklahoma Mortgage
and Trust Company.
Plenty of Mosey to Loan on Farms.
Prlvllf k to pay at any Interest payment niter doe year.
t.oweii ratal on good (arms.
Atalrm-u of Tliloa Compared.
FinHAND TOHNVDO INSUPANOS WRITTEN.
Ufiee rear of
Hank of Indian Territory
hcw 5p jswtr?; s ax rv sr- ttubow a
TO ALL POINTS IN
For Sale By
Ouster .V J-'inh
QHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY.
From 11:80 to 2 p. in. dally except
W. RITZHAUPT Prop
11 1 Jlnrrhon Are.
Fresh Ilaltlmore Oysters. Finn nnd Cclerj
Are Yon (lolnij to California?
The California limited Santa Fe
Route givon tho best and speediest
sorvlco; only 2f days to Los Angeles
.lMr Thin rni.
Harbor shop and ladies observation
car on tho California Limited via San
ta 1-e itoutc; hcrvlco uuer man ever
t'tner nn l Fnfter Than llrer.
The California Limited Santa Fo
Route solid between Chicago nnd Los
Angeles. Tune '.'? days Klec rie
lighted. Three times a week.
for Weah Lungs
The Health Resorts 1
of New Mexico and Arizona I
are unrivaled. I'ure. ilry air i
an equable temperature the
right altitude constant nun- 6
Send for descriptive PiUiph- 2
leu Issued ly Santa Fe Itoutc
I'asicnger Department. j
A. J. CORKINS Aijont
! .l(ri(o)i Topeha X Santa J'e l(i. 2
I &P4rS $ &WI $ Wfr $ ti3 i
FOR THE ROUND TRIP.
Tickets on sale December Mth and
21st 1M)3 Return limit 30 days.
Through Free Reclining Cta r Car
A through Freo Reclining Chair Car
will bo handled on rcgulur train No.
2 December 20th malting connection
with the 'Frisco and arriving nt
Nichols .Junction at which point it
will be handled on a spccM tralu
lowing Nichols Junction at 11:30 p. m
nnd arriving at Memphis for brcakfas'.
and runniug through to Birmingham.
LESS THAN 2 HOURS
llctwccn all local points one faro
for the round trip. Tickets on salo
December 21th 25th 20th 31st and
January 1st and 2d 1809 Heturn
limit January Ith.
For furthor particulars npply to C
O. & Q agonts or address
J. F. HOLDEN
South McAlestor 1. T.
Tho Missouri Kansas & Tcx&s rail-
road company will stll low rate round
trip tickets on November 1st IStli
December Oth and 20th with final
limit of roturn to 21 days from date of
balo An oxcellont opportunity for
homeseckors tourists and investors to
view for thorasolvos tho great re-
sources of tho state. For furthir in-
formation address V. II. Drew U. F
fc T A.. Parsons. Kas.
lly tho California Limited Santa
Fo Route SKi days to Los An-
elos. Three times a week. New
foaturcs this senson. Inquiro at
. . . GUTHRIE.
Oklahoma Wheat Flour.
Please don't forget when ordering Flour that....
Silver ?nd Gold
Is what you want to call for. if it m the best you are after.
It is made from Oklahoma wheat lv Thk Model Rollch
Mills of Guthrie O. T. North Division Street.
noo M. Morris & Williams Props.
P. S. Don't let anybody nan off foreign Hour on you. Kemcm
bor that we are Oklahomans. '
CHANDLER. O. T.
I W MciNEAL Puhsiumm
A. J. HEAY Viuk-Fbkbidkni
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
li inn! nf rUrnf.tnrg In addition to Hank Officers:
James -Stratum .Frank Dale D. T. Flynn J. It. Cottlnuham
W. J. HORSFALL Caohler.
rTZTr 4 J L rV'"""ICT'-""'1 ' ' Sjiiiji
GUNS OF ALL. KINDS. .Revolvers Amu4
j -r- ii T1 1 . m .1-1-
il umtion I'ine uuuery rismng racKie.
Fine Repairing a Specially.
L. HAYKES BUXTONM M D
GUTHRIE O. T.
All Medical and Surgical DlRcaseoof
Iho Kye Ear Nose and Throat
iis Gum ne ml fii
HEMEMUBB this ndvortlsement
interest to you who havo frlonds restln.
In tho tomb. It Is a home establishment
shipping direct from tho quarries marble
and grunlto. and manufacturing In thlf
city. Foreign agents show jou a large
Ann picture and ask you to sign a binding
ordor for a poor design and grado at dou-
blo prlco covering their wages and ex-
penses. Think of It! wo will duplicate
of tholr work from 20 to 50 por cont
loss. All tho work dono In tho Outhrle
comotery eomo weighing upward of two
tons was dono by uj. Notli e the naitt
cut on tho baies.
First PublUUeU In the Dally 1-eader Decem-
ber 14 m.
To Wbm It May Con frn
Notice U hcrt-by Riven that J. N Cook ha
ttilH day tllcil hU petition to sell at retail
spirituous lnouu and malt liquorii in Outh
ric. Iiopan c ounty Oklahoma and tliat un-
li'Moliiectlon be filed onor liefurc Hie 30tlj
day uf Dcteinbcr A. I) iw said petition
will tio granted. It Km met Sibwaiit
Liuthiie. Okla Dec 11 it. County Clerk
First Published In the Daily Leader Decern '
uer h rvs.
To Whom it May Concern ii
Notice is ncreoy given mat ii i uuicrai
bunch lias tills day llled his petition to beU
at retail spirituous vinous and malt liquor)
in Uuthrle Logan county. Oklahoma and
mat. imiewi oojeciion ue men on or ueiortii
the 0th day ot December. A. D lt-08 sau'J
tietitlnn will ne granted
Uulhrie. Okla.. Dec II. 1P98
it. LMMKT stiwaiit i cuniy i.'icrjj
Paper Hanging l
Estimates on Application.
HAH. & uir
LICENSED CITY SCAVENGERS
All Work Promntlv "JJ
"Rvnfn laA T?dimnlftf '
CITY HALL J
Men's Suits and
Tlutl can be relied upon for
wear that will lit well nnd
hang well from the day you
stirt to wear them until you
reluctantly put them aside.
I That's the kind we sell.
EVERY DAY UNTIL
YOU WILL FIJMD SOMETHING
ADMIRABLE AND ATTRACT-
IVE ABOUT OUR GOODS
Is a staple gift and an ao
ceptable one. When in doubt
fall back on neckwear. Our
stock is replete with hand-
some styles and patterns in
all the newest shapes. Our
Oxford Mufiler is a new thing.
Boys' and Children's
Suits and Overcoats
-itl b.lt. UtVIV AVt4WlV 14
uiugiuw uiriuii: uivy uiu wui it
out with a distinctive neat
natty atyle lo every garment
tlmt cannot u found else
whoro in this city. That's the
kind we sell.
Our store is full of
For men boys and children.
We can satisfi' the taste and
pocket book of any one look-
ing for good things suitable
for holiday presents
We still have an
Of men's aud boys' all-wool
underwear; also the finest as-
sortment of line woolen and
cashmere hose. These arc
useful presents. The comfort
i.o the wearer will be a source
of satisfaction to the giver.
Comes in Handy.
A mackintosh Is good a
pair of gloves is always ap-1
Collars and cuffs are always
useful. We have all the newest
and '..'est styles and shapes. !
One of the Nicest
and Most Useful
For a gentleman old or
young is one of those elegant
house coats or smoking jack-
ets. We have as nice an as.
sortmcai of Itiem as you can
find in any of the large city
Come to us for
Lasting and Useful
Anything that a man or boy
wears we can accommodate
you with at the lowest pos
sible price consistent with
good honest merchandise.
Trunks and Valises. Gloves
aud Mittens Hats and Cans.
Collars and Cuffs Suspenders
and Garters Fancy Vets.
All are nice Christmas gifts.
Ts a prcient qf half a dozen
fine-linpn Handkerchiefs. We
have all kinds all grades at
all prices to suit any purse or
person. Also an immense
stock of fine Silk Handkerchiefs.
We Call Your
To our stock of fine Sus-
ponders fine Fancy Hosiery
fine Silk Handkerchiefs all
vory useful holiday presents.
Shirts in White
Fancy Patch Bosom
or Full Dress -
Is a sensible and ever wel
come gift we have a splendid
assortment to select from all
new bright and strictly up tot
is not a Store in
That can show you the as-
sortment or qualities that ws
d'splay. We assure you that
any article purchased from
us if it can be duplicated in
the city we are willing to re-
fund you the purchase price.
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