The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 201, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 18, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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GEO. H DODSON Abstracts Loans ind Insurance US South Division Street Guthrie.
GOOD THINGS FOR BREAKFAST
ll MIT I tV TIM. HKT
H & S"4
Every body Is paying taxes.
For rent A furnished room. -10
South Third street.
P. J. neilman has put in a. billiard
table at his rcBidcncc.
For sale Cholco residence lots. Ap-
ply to Mrs Cora Urisscll.
Grocer Allen sold his Hear ereole
farm yesterday for SJSoO cash.
For sale A heavy carriage horse
Inquire nt Guthrie Marble Yard.
Huy your blank bonks stationery and
oflico supplies at LilH'cs drug store.
Wanted Position by competent lady
to do housework. Address L LcADnn
Secretary Jenkins today issued a no-
tarial commission to V. 0. Cromwell
Yesterday the Santa Fe railroad
boya were marto happy by recolvinj?
their pay checks.
Lillie's white pine and tar. Sure
cure for coughs and colds. Every
bottle guaranteed. Try it.
To euro a rohl lit 24 hour tnke Vulunlilo
l'retcrlntlou Mo. W. aiutrniitcoilor nn jiny.
The Kiljjlo Drug Stori'.
Rev Chceseboro will ask tha legisla-
ture to allow him to deliver hlB famous
sermon from the third chapter of Tim-
othy. Toys and novelties jowelry lino
Dtatlonerr books. Prices way down
at LiLi.li: & Co's.
Are you subject to severe colds?
Wear a chamois vest' Sold by LUlio fc
Co. and guaranteed a sure protection.
Great bargains in toys and presenta-
tion goods at Lillie's drug and book
store. Strangers take some homo with
Representative Jones o( Oklahoma
City says he has decided that W. II
Coyie's natno on the roof of the cotton
seed bouse is what caused its collapse.
Bert Leonard's porter was thrown
out of the buggy yesterday and re-
ceived a severe scalp wound. Dr.
Barker attended the case wtth his
Members of the legislature and their
friends are Invited to make our store
headquarters. AU the leading papers
'arid periodicals aod best cigars for sale
P. 11. Llxje & Co.
The local agents for Anhcuser-llusch
are hero to meet a representative from
tho house. The administrator for R
W. Itlcck will continue to be tho terri-
torial agent for tho famous beer.
Tho Perry Democrat Patriot is now
an all home print journal aud filled
with news and advertisements which
show that Perry is a livo town and
that Editor Amos it a uewsy man.
A good time at the Sou h Mothodisl
church last night one soul converted
others at the altar seeking Now i
the time to push the. battle lot all wnc
believe in old time religion come and
Lorenc Roberts' Jolly Players will
open a week's engagement at the op-
era house next Monday night with the
Ave act droma of "Kanglelves." Lad
ics free Monday if accompanied by a
thirty cent paid ticket.
Two young ladies on Noble avenue
tied a tin can to a dog's tall Inst even-
ing and the dog ran through the quar-
antine lines aud arrived at Stroud in
time for breakfast this morning. Tho
ladies are laughing yet.
Tho county commissioners named
Al Smith of Ponca Chy Tom Smith of
Kewkirk and Chambers Smith of
Klackwcli county printers for the
next year. That is a trinity of Smith'
of which Tom I? nith is th father Al
Smith the son end Chambers Smith
the holy ghost. Por.ca Courier.
Tabler's Buokeyo Pllo Ointment
gives idBtant relief. It allays in flam a-
ties Mid heals. It is prompt in Its ac-
tion and positive In Its rffeot It ib the
kind that cures without pain or dls
comfort It if for piles only 50c
tubes 73c. V. B. Llllle .t Co.
wm i iii ii'iiiii mi li'ii'ii hi ii
VERY MUCH INTERESTED
The public interest Istboroughly aroused over our FREE GIFT enterprise and we are met
with the question dozens of times each day as to what is necessrry to get the gift if they should
get one of the lucky numbers and we wish right here to answer all such questions. If you fi d
you have a card containing the same number as on one of the presents in the window the present
la absolutely yours free of any conditions wha ever and will be delivered to you TUESDAY
EVENING JANUARY 24 at 7;80 p. in. Keep your cards aud compare with numbers on pres-
ents in the window. "We have just completed our invoice and find that we still have a great
many choice things that ive would be willing to part with at a price that will tempt the most
HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR ROYAL GOOD THINGS.
1 Lot good heavy Men's Ulsters actually sold everywhere at 3.30 to $4.00
"We will close out now at . . ....
1 Lot fine blue Kersey sack overcoats actually sold everywhere at $7.50 to $8.
We will close out now at ...
1 Lot fine Kersey and Beaver overcoats actually sold everywhere at $10 to ? 12
We will close out now at
1 Lot b'g Storm King- ulsters actually sold everywhere at 10 to $15
We will close out now at .... .
1 Lot Youth's fine dress o sreoats actual lv sold evervwhere at $7 to 510
We will close our now a .1 . . .
1 Lot good heavy Chinchilla sack overcoats actually M everywhere at $6 to 37
We will close out now at .. . . .
1 Lot Domets actually sold evetyvheie aw 8 L8 cents .o i6cents
We ill close out .10 'a. .... .........
1 -ot Ladies' d ess skirts fatcy colors actually gold everywhere at $2
We will close out mow at ti ...... ... .. .......
1 Lot Ladies' black brocade skirts actually sold'every .yhere at I2.M) to $8
We will c ost: out now at . . ...
TlfAT MOXM TAN 1HJV?
FAiriNOSh. HOMINY LOUISIANA MICE.
niCHELIEU CANADA SAP
STRICTLY PURE BUCKWHBAT FLOUH
FANCY CIEAMERY BUTTEB.
PURE FRUIT PRESERVES
108 OKLAHOMA AYKNUE f
J. N. Curl Is sick.
0. E McConnel is Indisposed.
A E. Aller is In from Erwln.
II. E. Asp is back from the cast
V. O. Walsh is down from Perry.
a II. DcForA Is In Oklahoma City.
Sam Mathews is down from Mulhall.
II. R. Corhin is here from St. Louis
J K. Smith of Chicago is in the
E. Q. King of St. Louis is in the
Lincoln Smlsh of Chicago is in the
R L. Anderson of St. Joe is in the
II P. Wolff Is up from Oklahoma
J. N. Cook is back from Oklahoma
lion. Wm. Knlpe is over from Pe r
M. F. Campion of Kansas City is
Charlie Hunter left yesterday for
Dr. Sharp was down from Mulhall
Captain J. II. Beadier is back from
Ed Doughty is back from the Indian
Mrs. Llllle Davis of Council is in
Miss Nellie Graves returned to Sew-
M Cas&tday was in Oklahoma O'ty
Miss Cora Duck is registered at tho
Prof. L. W. Baxter came up from
Senator and Mrs.
D. P Marum left
U. II. Pollock aro
yesterday for hnme.
Luke Ellison and
up from Oklahoma
S. A. ItunseU ot the Constitution
was In Seward today.
J. Frank ICcoche and J. J. Harris are
here from Ivaosas city.
Col. W. S. Whlttchill Is over from
Enid and called on the governor.
KdltorB Welch and Fltts of Perry
are down after tho penitentiary.
Victor Murdock editor of tho Eavlu
accompanied by Mrs. Murdock is in
Charlie Cottcral the clothier from
Perry Is down lobbying for the peni-
tentiary. O. F Pettljohu is down from Mul-
hall in the interest of Scottish Rite
Miss Murdouk tha Pearl ot Wichita
I in tho city with Mr. und Mrs. Victor
Depu'y WaTCn Bonnott came in to-
day from Pawhuska to attend the
Scottish Rite convocation.
J. W Wilson territorial manager of
tho Missouri it Kansas telephono com-
pany Is up from Oklahoma.
Mr. Herbert Ford representing the
largest trunk housa of Chicago is in
the city and sold Ike Lovy a car load.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Funk of
Chllllcothe Ohio aro tho guests of J
Kedash and family of -108 East Grant-
Assistant United States District AU
torney J. W. Seothorn left today for
Shawnee on business connected with
J. W. Courtnoy and E. Wall of
Ringwood Woods county are in the
city. Thoy ore very much Interested
In the Woods county fight.
Jeweler Pollack of Oklahoma City
is here taking thu consistory degrees
in MnBonry He is accompanied by
Captain Wolfe a Scottish Rlto
'il ii'iiiii iiwTinrKniTOfiym
Hoard of Conaty Amcioi t lnUht-4 It
The county nssensors coniplct' d their
work at last night's session Thoy
worked out tho foilorclng bnsl for
their work this yeai
Machinery of nil kinds to be awes
scd at from So to 60 par cut of Urst
All real estate to bo nssosted at its
eclual cash value.
Adjourned sine die.
Tho following resolution was pass-
ed: "Resolved Unit It Is tha sense of
this body of assessors of tho Territory
ot Oklahoma that tho equalization
boards both county and territorial
shall exempt from equalization all
moneys and credits which may appear
on the assessment lists aB returned by
tho county assessors "
. SCOTTISH KITE W0KK."
fourteenth Dearer Tut oil Willi Urct
Eclat I.mt Xlght.
The Perfect Elu or the 14th degree
of Scottish Hi to Masonry was put on
by tho Oklahoma consistory last night
with great dramatic effect. A class of
thirty was taken through the mys-
teries of this degree. Thu work was
in charge of Hon. Clias. C. Neisley
33 0 acting as Venerable Master.
Today tho I5th and 18th degrees in
elusive were exemplified. These are
thohlstotic nnd religious dogrciB of
the Rlto and embrace tho Knights of
tho East Princes of Jerusalem and
Knights of the East aud West.
E W. Jones G. U. Willis and Ike
Levy took tho leading roles in the
15th degree today; 81200 worth of cos-
tumes were used in mounting tho
work. Tonight Major A. E. Woodson
U. S. A. of Darlington agenay will
havo personal chorgo of tho Roso
Croix work and his well known dra-
matic tale t will bo brought into
Tonight at 7 30 tho Knight of Roso
Croix or the 18th degree will be en-
acted under tho supervision ot Uriah
Oloyd Guss. K C. 0. H. Wise Master.
Tho following aro tho members of
tho consistory in Oklahoma:
Adams Cbarlcs IMshoy 82
Al en. Jamet Orlando 1S
AnirobuB James Harvey H
llarnc Edward Parish. 30"
llaxter. Louis Warren 80
Ho le John Uciijamln.
Hllltnglcy Charles Edward. il
Uaraes Cusius McDonald 1R
Dennett. Warren 11
xird John byraan 3.'
Ilarr. Albert SutllJI 32
Hoynton Frert Lee 32
Cunningham Harper Simuel 23
Conklln. EdRar Louis M
Cunningham cbarle Arthur 32
runnliiRnam Harper Jams 32
Cohen. Harry Louln 3i
Cocktane Wililatn Unton 32
Chamnesi Murphy Williamson S3
DeblclKuer Louis 32"
Donnelly. Edwa- d Sylvester 32 K. C C U.
DeUirr Edwin 32
Hurley AuRUhtus Ward 31
Hall. Itoecr Livingston 3Z
Jones Thomas Edgar West 3S
Kin? Lcroy Porter 32"
Lccnard John D.. 35
Levy Isaac Hrcc R
Miller Dudley Hoiiart 32
Malaley William Edwa d33
-McCluoir William 12 mer. Sl
McClurc William John a
Nl'dack. Leslie Uordou 3P
0(jer. Charles 3i
Peck Frank Steven. 38
I'ugh. John Martin 3i
Pitts Loula Elmer US
Painter. Harry Wl'llam lb
Piatt Hnry Augustus 82
Pollock lleauregard Hen) mln. If
Post. Joseph Corn-Hug 3t
Price Seymour bUter St9
Hay Tcague 3S
Klcnarduoo. Sterling Trice 32
Hbodes CharlrsPrcdrnuie Si"
Rogers Thomas Lewis 3S
l'lynn Dennis Thomas. 3i
Faniuharson Albert O-lando SP
riorer. Waller Osae S3
Clebke. Frank Uenedlct 32
U ss. Uriah Cloyd 3SK. C. C. II
Orimu William Prtcr 32
Clreer Frank Hilton. 32
HI ton William Hewitt 32
1'off man ltojr Victor 3a
Hench Jo"n Wlflain 30
HuHaker Thomas Huir cr 32
HlrscDl Km.il L gui 3.
Hopkls. Ptuart Nevln H
Havlghorst. Carl Knsseau32
Slnstie on Edward Marvin 3J4
Sine. Jasner. i2
Spalding Henry Moses 3
Htlne JaracsA 32
Bit we l Mortimer Korer 22
Sharp. Asa Carkhulf 32
Thotnsen Ooscbe K"
Tannor. John Grammar 32
TurliyUI' David Wl Ham Franklin. !2
Thompson Canada Harry 111
TbreadgUI. John II-
Woln. David. 32
Wllllt tlcorpe Henry 3t
Watklus lenr Howard 32
Wol Henry Phillip. IB
White. Charles Waverly
During the dramatic rendition of
the 15th degree Scottish liito mason-
cry this afternoon tho now class was
agreeably surprised by sweet Binglng
by airs G. W. Jones nnd M ss Zoo
Kimball. Each of the ladles sang a
solo with Mrs. Cora Grisscll ace m-
Eanlst. Several selections were given
Y Mrs. Grlssell Mrs. Jones and Mi-s
Kimball under tho direction ot Carl
Havlghorst musical director ot the
.. 8 26
p m if
.tlsi u t Chief ot Police Instsiult Killed
it tho Oil Hall.
At six o'cloel. vestorday ivenlnp
Policeman A. 0 lllshop wont nn duty;
at 0:?0 lie was a corpse
IMshop was a victim of carelessness
and ot his own gun Ho carried a 39-
callbrc gun In a scabbard. The gun
fell out as Bishop was bending over a
tabic in search of warrants ho intend
ed to servo. Tho hammer struck the
edge of the plttform on which the
desk rested Tho shock discharged
tho gun andia ball ploughed through
II (shop's body.
As Fire Chief Gruber and Ed Damon
were sitting in tho flro department
headquarters talking at G o'clock last
night they beard a pistol shot upstairs
followed by tho shuflling of feet on tho
floor. Thoy ruBhed up to learn the
cause. Policeman Jeff Taylrr who
wob at tho street corner hearing the
shot also ran to tho city hall and
meeting Gruber nnd Damon at tho
foot of tho stilrt together the thrco
ascended to the room above. They
saw a man lying on the tloor face
down and on removing the hat discov-
ered that it was Policeman A. 0
lilshop with blood rushing from his
mouth and head. Gruber went In
search of Mayer Berkey and other ofil-
clals. Coroner Arnett was notified and he
at once empaneled a jury compos d
of tho following : Dad Taylor C. II.
S rutchOuld Joe Willis Willard Sta-
plcton Frank Smith and a stranger
name unknown who rendered a de-
cision that A. C. llishop was killed by
a bullet wound from his own revolver
which fell from a shoulder scabbard
worn over tho left shoulder while de
ceased was in a stooping po-'tion look
ing through tho bottom niawerof a
Mayor Horkcy went at once to tho
homo of the deceased to inform his
faml y. Mrs. Bishop was prostrated
with griof. Telegrams wcro immedi-
ately sent to members of tho family.
Tho father will arrive tonight from
Tho funeral arrangements aro not
made as yet but will be in charge of
the Woodmen of tho World of which
ho was a member Ho was also an
IMshop was 39 years old and leaves
a wifi and one child aged 5 years. Ho
wns a good policeman and was high y
esteemed bt business men.
Cbief of Police Baxter who is lyings
at the point of death does not know
of his associate's death
ninnr Ynursir against the attackTTb
fevcrt pneumonia and other serious pros-
(rating dlseaseby taking a lew bottles or
Hood' Sarsaparllla now.
iin-Mfj imiu are the favorite family ca-
thartic Easy to take easy to operate
Stay that barking by using II a L
LAitD's HonraiouND Svnur It arrests
tbo cough allays irritation of tno
throat and relieves conjestion of tho
lungs In a day. it Is safe and pleasing
to take and never disappoints. 23
and 50cts. P. B. Llllle & Co.
There will be a meeting tonight at
tho projato court ro nn of taxpayers
of G 'thrie to consider important lo
islation now in tho assembly. Every-
body intcicsted in reducing our enor-
mous burdens should attend without
regard to party.
Winnkld S. Smith
Sec. Ex. Com. Taxpayers' League.
A'e you lacklnir In strength and en
ergy? Art you nervous and despon
dent Irritable cons ipated and gen
erally run down in health? If si your
liver is torpid and a few doses of Her
bino will euro you. Herbine has no
equal as a health restorer. P. B. Lll-
lle it Co.
Ihe California l.lmltcl.
Via Santi Pe Route; best and speed-
iest tralut. California; to Los Angeles
In 2Jtf days 'hreo times a week Ob
scrvation c& with spsclous parlor for
ladles and children is a snecial feature:
Mr and Mrs Rockaway of Perry
aro the guests of Mr. und Mrs. Paul
No win an.
To cure a cold In 3 1 hour take Valuable
Prescription No. 2. 2uarunted or no pay.
Tbo Euglo Drug Utoru.Q
1 Lot of
A FEW THINGS
WORTH LIVING FOR...
' Wi nlso Curry a full line of 1'resli .Atnt
Bnusngc IVclncrwunit Chicken Turkeys
Umnc Oysters Spiced Jlolled Herring
Idril Plus' l'eet nnd CTcrytliluf to consti-
tute n butcher shop.
HIATUS TOJBE nil.
Uouso Finds Tlioro is nu In-
terim in tho lluporl of
Following is tho Thomas resolution
whllch was unanimously adapted thiB
Whereas There appears from tho
report ot the acting adjutant general
of this territory just issued that there
Is an intorum of about ono year from
tho last report of adjutant Jamison to
tho commencement of the report of
acting adjutant general Orner covered
by no report whatever and
Whereas Tho reports of tho depart-
ments show largo sums of money exi
ponded in excess of appropriations for
that department of tho public service
for which no detailed statement Is
Whereas During the Interim above
mentioned ono Phil O. Rosenbaum
-was adjutant goneral and connected
vi lth whoso administration of ssld
efilco the pcoplo of this territory were
subjeced to great publla scandal and
disgrace thcreforo be it
Resolved By the House of Represen-
tees of tho Territory of Oklahoma
that tho auditor of this territory be
requested to furnish to this house at
bis earliest convenience for informa-
tion a full and complete list of all
expenditures of said oflico during the
incumbency of said Phil 0. Rosen-
baum Itemizing tho suae by showing
tho date of the expenditure tho
amount expended for what purpose
expended by whom tbo account was
approved and to whom the payment
wai made ltcinlslng' each bill.
All members of tho Woodmen's cir-
cle are requested to be present this
evening. Uuslness of importance.
Itepmentallre Srott Dangtroutly 111.
Dr. John W. Scott of Clifton Lin-
coln coun'y representing tho Seventh
district was taken sick at tho Capitol
hotel last Friday with the grip which
has developed into pneumonia. He
has grown worse dal y and is in a dan-
gerous condition owing to his age
He is the fathor of Chas. V. Scott
editor of tho Iola Kansas Register
W. W. Scott late editor of the Shaw-
nee Quill and A. O. Scott professor
of English literature at the Stillwater
agricultural college. All his sons are
New York Hardware Co.
1 Lot Fancy Percales all colors actually
We will close out now at
Mascot Percales book fold actually sold everywhere at 12 1-2 cts.
We will close out now at - -
1 Lot ladies' Jackets actually sold everywhere at $3 to $4
We will close out now at .... .m-. ..
1 Lot ladUs's walking bats actually sold everywhere at 75 cents to $1
will close out at
1 Lot ladi s' wrappers actually sold everywhere at $2 to 82.75
Wn will close out now at ...... . . -.- ...........
R mnants ladies cpes and jackets actually sold everywhere at
will close out now at . . ...........
1 Lot men s satin calf all sizes actually
We will close out now at -
1 Lot men's ione calf all sizes actually
will close out now at
1 Lot men's bx calf and del kids actually sold everywhere at $3.50 to $4
We will close out now at
1 Lot ladles' grain i-hoes. all sizes actually sold everywhere at SI.jO
We will close out now at .-. - ..-.
1 Lot ladles' heavy Dongola shoes all sizes actually sold everywhere at $2
We will c ose out now at
1 Lot ladies' fine kid shoes all sizes actually sold everywhere at ?3 to $3.50.
We will close out no. v at . - -
Also a full and complete line of children's school ind dress shoes ranging tr ( .f.-. 1 QK
in price from. . . - . - - - - V. i
Remember the dae of the graud distribution Thursday evening January 24'h at :30 p.ta
"3a-ds have been disl ibuted all over the ciy as wel. as neighboring fowns but we may hnv
yerleuked some and anyone not receiving a cari can obtain one at our sorc tail ?dl
103 Oklahoma Avenue. . 109 & 111 Division Street.
White Cherries White Heath Peaches Lemon" Cling Peaches
California Apricots Monarch Preserved Gr?b Apples and Cherries
Fancy Bottled Pickles Plain and Deviled Olives Fancy Catsups
Evaporated Horseradish Curry Powder Celery Salt full line ol
Canned Meats Lobsters Sardines and Shrimps Imported Olive
Oil and everything that can be found in the market by giving us
J. A. FORDE
Tliu Otluuiirna of Chicago u lllirlily
Tho Ottumwa Quartette gave a hiirh
class musical entertainment last night
at the opera houso under tho nusnlces
of the "Host People On Earth." Tho
audience was small but very apprcci-
tlve demanding from two to three en
cores from each number. Tho selec
tions were varied and embraced classi-
cal comic nnd sacred music. The
gentlemen were In splendid voico and
tho long study and training was ap-
parent in their superior renditions
Messrs Muse Wiley and Brock each
sang solos which were exquisitely
Miss Klcinman reciter made a de-
cided hit. Her poses wero all personi-
fications of grace; her articulation
was clear and penetrating and her
subjects peculiarly well selected for
City UjJIclals to Atirtul J'oUcnnan Jllihep'i
Mayor Rerkoy today Issued the fol-
lowing ordor: All officials council-
men and tho members of the different
municipal departments are requested
to assemble at tho city hall at 1:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon to attend
tho funeral of Policoman Bishop.
To the Vuliltc
Wo aro authorized to guarantco ev-
ery bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy und if not .satisfactory to
refund tho money to the purchaser.
There is no better medicino mado for
la grippe colds and whooping cough.
Price 25 nnd SO per bottle. Try It
For sale by all druggists.
.It Ihe Capital Hotel.
John Go'obie city; II F Krolzcr St.
Louis; W 8 WhlttlRlll Enid; Wm
Knlpc. Perkins; Tenjruo nUy P M
Ratllff city; G W Darling Chic. go;
J V Koyle Perry.
If your child has thin pale checks
uncertain appetite and uurestful sleep
It has worms and curing with strong
medicines onlv makes conditions
worse by irritating Its dellccte stom-
ach. White's Crkam VEiiJiiKDaic is
mild but certain In effect and i- a su-
perior tonic as well as a positiva worm
destroyer. F. II. LI lie &. Co.
Wo want all Btrangers to tako homo
something for tho little folks from on
lmmensost ickcf toys novelties books
etc. Prices cut ono fourth for the
occasion. Lili.ik it Co.
To Cere a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino Tab'cts.
All druggists refund tho money if It
falls to euro. 25c. Tho genuino Ls
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Hardware Stoyes Tinware Cutlery Guns Ammunition
Cutlery Hot Blast Stoves and Plumbers' Supplies
216 W. OKLAHOMA AVENUE.
sold everywhere at 10 cents to
sold everywhere at kl.DU
sold everywhere at 12.50
210 WEST HARRISON.
Ntorj of lliitunnii nmi vir irt... i. 11
Jiich Other In the Nlcht.
About three weeks atro Mrs. .7 E.
Piatt started with friends for Galves
ton to pass tho winter. Monday her
husband who was not feclirc- well.
started on tho noon train for Galves
ton for a week's rest.
Mrs. Piatt rr turned yesterday after
noon from Galveston having been i
Informed by letter that Mr Piatt was
not feeling well. Imagine Mrs. Piatt's
surprise when informed that Mr. Plott
was on his way to Galveston to make
her a surprise visit.
TO BE UN-COUPLEl).
After KlRhtncn Month of Connubial UllM 'J
Sir. unil Jin; llowcra Wiiiit a Divorce.
Dlvorco projtcdings were brought in
the district court today by Eva Bowers
vs. Stephen Bowers who wero married
at Oklahoma City in July 1807 Mrs.
Bowers charges Stephen with abuse
neglect and failure to support.
loeufo it cold In JJ4 hour take Vuluiiblo
rrcBt-rlntlon Ho 8. Guaranteed or no tiar.
Tlio Kaclo Pruc Htore. l
Arm TTii tJntttet 'ifJAtilMW il
Tho California limited Santa Fo
Route gives tho best and speediest
service; only 2Jf days to Los Angeles
IJAi.LYita'8 Snow Limmbkt. Thoro
is to pain it will not rolievc no swell-
ing it will not subdue no wound it
will not heal. It will cure frost bites
chilblains aud corns. 35andC0cts. F
U. Lillio & Co.
Filler ami Fatter Than Ever
Tbo California Limited Santa Fo
Route solid between Chicago a d Lob
Angeles Time 2jf days Eleoiric
lighted. Three times a week.
Three Timet a Week.
The California Limited via .Santa Fo
Koute; Uner and luttor than ever.
Moro Ilcnurtimiro Charges
Scrlpps McRao Loasuo.
Purls January 1H In a letter to the
Echo de Paris M. DeBeaurepairo al-
leges that M Sarrkn then minister
of jiiBtico declined to communicate
the becret dossier to thocouitof cas-
eation last October upon the ground
that It Mould bo useless Beting that
the opinion of tho court to decluro
Dreyfus innocent had already been
Oklahoma Live Alocfc Auoelallon ircetlny
Woodward February 14 to 15. On
February 12 and 13 tbo tanta Fo will
sell excursion tickets i o Woodward and
return at ono fare for tho round trip.
Return limit seven days from date of
sale. A J. Corkin3 Agent.
They are having a rellKious revival
at Blackwoll and many persons havo
joined too Presbyterian ehurch.
121 2 cents (yx
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 201, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 18, 1899, newspaper, January 18, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74435/m1/4/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.