The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 315, Ed. 1, Monday, June 12, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL URUMU OF OLAKHOMA D"SMOCRACY--OrlMC
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. MONDAY HJVffiNIMG. JUNK 12. 1899.
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THE HALF IS NEVER TOLD
About our line of
r sr 'NT NT'r v rsf ar
We liave Shoes that ar.- ni to itatc
In -.1 y 1 " Uuiie-l iml tell i
tilr inl ii irue iliai "
iiemn "in ninptuitou
Eisensciimidt & Weckel.
118 WEST OKLAHOMA AVENUE
Soldiers Needed in the 'Phil-
ippines Army to be
TYTYTYmTN Santa Fe Watoh Inspector
116 OKLA. AVENUE
Has just received a fine assortment of New Goods.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED.
LAKUKST AND Hi:ST STOCK IN OKLAHOMA '1 0 HKI.KCT I'ltOM.
Paper Your Walls...
II 'Ve the house look fresh ami cheery.
It can be done at little cost. Many prom
i cut people are now selecting from our
line of samples work to be do'iie later
on. The j' yet the first elections 3f the
newest spring patterns many of which
cannot be duplicated later in the season
as all p.tper mills close May I.
We will take n'easure in showing you
our slock at any time wh -ther you are ready to pur-
ch.ise or not It wi'l he p you to decide later on and
we feel confident when you do it will be in our favor
!Sre our papers at from fie to 10c a roll.
We have employed an expert Decorator and will
hang your paper at the lowest possible price consist-
ent with first-Llasb guaranteed work.
Jt ST UKCWIVIOD. A COMPLKTK MNK OK
WHITING'S FASHIONABLE STATIONERY
FOIl L-AUIKV I SK.
WW w ww
Hammock Croquet and Base Ba'l Supplies
M;V I.IM-H .11 ST itt:tt.iMi
F. B. LILLIE &
DRUG. BOOK & NEWS DEPOT.
VICTOR BLOCK - - GUTHRIE OKLA.
Washington. June 13 - News from
Mnntla as contained in the press dis-
patches unit olflelnl reports shows very
e. early life necessity for more troop
In the 1'hilippiries "l'lie height of
our ambition seems to lx not to des-
troy thp enemy lut to ilioiiprAe liim"
nanl a war department ullicial The
clppar' me nl realize the situation anil
is about In take aetl m l'lie work of
recruiting the army up to Its full
strength in bi inp pushed.
Of Arbitration is Opposed by
Germany ' Hence Those
The H.gue. June 12. White not oil)
eially admitted it is generally con-
ceded that (itrmany Iiiih vetoed tlte
pi tins for tlio proposed tribunal of arbi
tration This has thrown a cloud ovor
the conference and tiie situation it
considerably less hopeful.
'I J .
Iiuppi'iiiiiKS In tlio Tt'i'rllory
During Urn Paul Wei Ic.
From Trencli to Trench were
the Rebels by Gen.
Manila Juno It. Oen l.swtr.u'e
campaign in Cuvllo lian been charac-
terized by a brilliancy ami dah whiih
has marked nil tlint oftV. r's ranve-
nienU Tho rebols w . I.eaten from
trench to trencli nru from nil uupor-
tunt lOWiio. TS-.o Amerii'tn loss k
olllolally reported in fmir Unli d and .14
wounded. It is entimated that the
rebol Ions in from .KM) to 4n men killed
mid woun led The Anierli an troopt
are BulTeruifr sever ly from the heat
and a number prostratt.l from I' is
cause wen brought bach to Manila.
Republican Says it Will be
Bryan and Sibley in
Issued to Apprehend Agon-
cillo the Filipino Am-
l'aris Juno 13. Orders have been
received at ult tho American etnbussle
to mako au elTort to locate Aeoncillo
and wutcli his inovoiiients closely It
is tliaulil lie is about to lettirn to the
United States as a spy.
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J V MiNLAt. Prrsident
A. J SKAY Vice President
Guthrie National Bank
Board of Directors
lu addlllun toultlcersot bank
D. T FL.YNN
J R UOTTINQIIAM
W. J IIORSFALL Cashier.
RP.TTPD AND tf" 4
- ". -rt n J . m Jfj
I snap oi a uecaae 5
I MORE OF IT.
OklulinuiH (Wfi'lclj) I.PMlr for one year and
Farm Jiur. ul f r Iho yt'itrs for
The price i.j reduced from 1 00 Think of 11! Okla-
homa Leader for one year and Tarm Journal for Ave
ears for only Eu cents. This offer holds good until
July 10. Address
LEADER PRINTING CO. Guthrie Ohio.
l'lie TonUawaltes are dii'trinif for
coal uith iliilicatioiiE of flndlpy it.
K ijovernor llunfrow lias purcliaBed
tlie Illami allotuiOHt ulgt pur uoro.
V. 0. lioyer of Oklnlioiua City lia
thif contract for bullding an oil mill
They have a btaf bcandnl up at Knjil.
nut tbore is no charge that it if. the
Waukomift wnnt a flouring mil! and
the people will give a bonus of $2500
to too nmn nho will build It
The oat crop thb year will he rent.
soi'ie are elaliulriK iht they wi.l get
from T& to tst bushels per acre.
At tiio recent medical convention in
Urflahum i City it wan d cided not to
.uimitcolored medicos mvo the conven-
tion. Oeorge W. Koclc while working in
Ueortfe Ornliam's He d near Iiold
dropped dead from paralysis of the
Still wator wants a census taken
which it belie"1! will reuch tin 3000
mark The etty is also ugitatiu the
subject of waterworks.
Lincoln county pun-re complain be-
can e the irovernor fa led to appoint
uny ono from that uiiluty to tlio Wieli-
ita TransmUfclselnpl con gross.
Thu Clierokeo strip N mad at Gov-
ernor Harm's buuuuso in appoluttnj'
fomteen deieateh to tlio trun-
MUsifcsippi comtuerciat conyrrss not a
bHili' one was tukun from tltu strip
anil nine are from Outhrlo ami Okla-
homa Lity Tho othur Ave were from
1'ayne ICiiiffflslier Cnnudlau and
i li-wleml counties. Itiaman Demo-
Supreme court conv-nd this morn
I ne; all the u lyes pro. ent except Hur-
well. M. Fulton was today admitted to
nractiuo before tlie bar of the territo
rial supreme court Mr. Kultou resides
at Oklahoma City U Si years old untl
was born at Fayette Ohio
Tlc cabr of Frank 10 Gorton anil
Lizzie I) (lorton vs. irudsan-Kimberly
i'ttblishtue; company was argued and
submitted l ins case involves a nome-
bteid of the pluintliVs. which was sup
posed to have been mortgaged to secure
a note of $1000.
The Fire 15tlnKuifchor company vs
the city of Ferry is for a claim of
$111X1 argued and submitted.
Ororge Ho Urn vs. Q L). HeweU and
K M. Dugger: argued and submitted.
Regular reunion of Guthrie Lodge
No 42(1 June IStti. All members are
n i net. ted to ttteml to make arrange-
menu to altent the grana louge reun-
ion at St Uniis on June SOtli and
other important buslnes All visiting
K lis cordially invited.
J. fourART Becy.
S tturd -ywHS divorce day in the li$
trict court and Juduo Harford untiml
the following eouoles: Joseph Crump
vs. Mary Crump; M nnle Itrooks vs.
Win. II oaks; Martba Condon vs. Frsd
AMiirfiiy Srhottl I'lritlr
Tlio tnotnliBrs of Hev. Hicks' Sunday
sclirol and their friends wjll enjoy an
outing tomorrow 'tliey are sclirdnled
to leave tlie church at 8 o'clock for n
shady dell on tho bunks of the Cimar-
ron where they will put In the day.
Lunch and refreshments of various
kinds will be tiilteii along A g-nernl
good time Is anticipated and all the
frl nds of the school are Invited.
n Artlcb s of i corporation of tlie- First
Missionary llsptlst qhureh of Cluindlsr
were ill ml tmta with rissfstary Jtn-
klns. Tho purposes are to hold relljf-
ioiis service and do religious w..rtt
sciordiiik' to the iiible :u set forth in
Hev. J M. l'endleton s church manual
rerm of incorporation UD ears. The
ru tees ere: It J Morgan George II .
Tilley and I). W. ICgleston of Chandler
II ri.1 (ttillilf.
of the M i;.
Ilev 1 H. Hicks of the M L. church
south will conduct services evcy ev
ening during the wmk in the West
Guthrie Congregational church There
will be plenty of good music. A'' are
8cr pp McRae League.
Wnshingion June I. A silver Ite-
pnbliesn senator now h. re says all the
indications point o the nomina'lon of
Uryn and Sibiey of I'ennnyWanln
next year on a ticket that will receive
the noli 1 Mipport of the regular lipinoe-
ra y. I'opuliMn and silver Republicans
Prevails in Naval Circles Over
the 'Death of Captain
Manila June 12 Tho funoral of
Onptuln Henry Nichols of tlio monitor
Monndnoctt who died from a nut
stroke was held Rt Cavite yes'lonltiy
afternoon Appropriate niivul aerth
uiontes were observed. Much stillness
J. Doughty left today for Cuioka-
Sorlpp. Mcltae Lsae.
Washingtou June 13. Admiral
Dewey reported his arrival at hluga-
pare to the navy deparimeut today.
tlioriil I'.Juehart has been advised
lfat James iscrogglns the "game"
(bjek'en thief is improving in tho
atniwlsejul' and lie wilf have James
i brought Mo Guthrie the latter part of
We have uowmenued our removal
ssle and will wake prices that will in-
terest you. Guthrie Cash Store.
F. M Tarltoti is back frcm Ferry.
Tom Cuppageisdown from New kirk
Geo. it. Uodsou is back from Orlan
Miss Mary Money Is back from Lcw-
rey. J. II Cottingiiam is back from Kan-
T. II. Kelly of Kingfisher was here
Lou Wliar on of the Ferry Uentlnel
went south toiUy.
Mr. Wm Ititzhaupt returned todsy
from Kntisas City.
Kd Merten took orders for green
goods in Kdmond today.
W M. Ifroiisou left yesterday for a
sojourn at Gued Springs.
C. C. Ingram of Oklahoma City the
drug salesman went south today.
Mrs Nora Withers and Mrs. A. 0
Baxter ate back from Kansss City.
II. S. MrWuire.ttsslstaut United States
district attorney is back from I'oncs
Prof and Mrs (i W. Stevens If ft to-
il a to attend the territorial institute
W K. Suyder. of Lewis & Soydsr
lawyers OklahomaXity Is here today
attending to court matters.
Mrs T. J Lowe and sons Lawwn
atid Camp left Saturday for WauUe.ha
where they will pass the summer.
M ss Katie Potts of Itdmond who
lias been the guest of her st-ter. Mrs
U A. Hughes leluriiad to her home
Charles Gassntt formerly ehef of
Crane's Turf restaurant has opened a
first class lunch eountor In Hitter
busch's saloon on Division strwl.
Prof S K Hopkins left today for
Ruul to attend tho territorial Institute
His daughter. Muriel a?uompanled
hlui cs far as tt Reno where she will
Arthur S Daniels the Arthur Pugh
(Jormau of Okiahopia I'c.juflsip. has
returned frfiu St Paul-where lie in
tcrviewrd his cjuandom friend Kx Gov
Will ho 3lntlo to Ihu Torriiory
Winn i(! Indians (Jot
Wastiington. June U Mr. Itohert
L Owen of MuscoLe I T. e ho was
seen at the SAoreliiini luot ovenliiR
"Thp Dawes commission Is proceed-
ing with the work of a lotting tho
uddsin the Creek nation and thus fur
has made allotments of about S.000
quarter seetlouswItll6 the whole num-
ber to be allotted resuliofi 70000 Un-
less some quicker method is employed
by the commission it will take them
Ave or six years to coinp eta the distri-
bution of the lands in severalty. I
believe that th- commission reeog
ni ng the long delay Involved In their
present system of labor will hit upon
some way of expediting tho work
Until the Undh are distributed on an
individual ha is there will be but little
increase of population in the Indian
Te-ntory. but when thv Indians get
individual titles to their lands there
will be a rush to t' at region of white
men fro u every part of the country.
'The Indiana are going to dispose
of their hotdmtrs just as quickly ns
they can And buyers for tho average
Indian inn h prefers easli to real
estate iu a little while tlie territory
now occupied by the five civ Haed
trlbos will be as densely populated as
inuinna auo win become one or the
moi.t prosperous aecticnsof the I 'lilted
Slates for it is us nch sgrlcullurttlly
as any Western state and its mineral
resources have never been tO'iohed"
hiuI ii Yiiiiui;
The Watauga Republican says: An
accident which might have boeii a ser
ous one occurred one night last week
at the residence of J. U Cooper who
lives near the liridgford school house.
A crowd came there to charivari Roy
Hlgg'Rs and wife a daughter of Mr
Cooper. The charivari party were
making the customary confusion wttb
tin pans cow bells etc. diversifying
the racket uy occasionally shooting oft
shot guns loaded only with powder
when some oue fired into the house
with a gnu loaded with fine shot.
Charlie Nocross and a younger sister
of the bride were both struck in the
face About eight eu shot were taktn
from the face of young Nocsosa. ilolb
are g ttiug along ull right and no ser-
ious r suits are expected. The best
way to prevent accidents from '-an
loaded" guns is to let ibein sir tly
ATHLKTlf VIA' 11.
Is closing out its stock of Wallpaper below
cost to make room for a new fall stock. Now
is your chance to paper your house.
We have reduced the price of everything in
our store in the way of Drugs 1 )rug Sundries
Paints Oils Mammocks Crotpiets Blank
Books Soaps and everything that is kept
in a first-class drug store.
Come rnd let me make you prices.
C. R. RENFRO
Opposite Postoillce 206 Oklahoma Avenne.
CYCLONE TYCLONh CYCLONE
AT Til IS
TUESDAY JUNE 13th.
JlE have recoived and will place on sale Tuesday
v .June 18th nl8:8l)ai. in. a larpe and btMutttul
assortment of Lawns. 'I'liese ate not remnants but
full piece and no limit will be plated on the
milliner of yards wanted. Remember this sale will
be a record breaker as no such bargains have ever
before been offeied at any sale in this city.
Your Choice 3 Cents Yard.
Come early as sale commences at b:80 n. in. These
Special Sales will be continued each week Remnant
Wale on Friday; Lawn Sale on Tuesday until further
10!) A HI DIVISION
HMJ'J.U.l MMj.h.) HXmOA)
(JOOU WOMAN UONK
OrfHiiWrd Lust Wvrh A I.imxI .1ltHilrtMi
to ffvKlu Willi
A number of geniletnsn who believw
in the art of inauly prt have organ-
ised the (iuthrie Athlelie Club with
about tw nty charter members. The
club will elect officers tomorrow eveu
ing. Their room iu the basement of
ibe Victor block on Kirt street is
now being furnished with billiard sod
card tables and punching okgs boxing
gloves duinWIls Indian cluw. and
apparatus will be at the ditposa! of
tho in embers
JnM fukr Hulk IruilUtr
The grand jury a Kind imlu-Ud
mvcmI na ties who in- inunl up in
the recent cake walk troubles in that
city. Among those indicted and who
have been arrested on war'auls. are
Mcrriuiu census director. In behalf of j M rhha. 'lhrashtr u ' polcemau
the territorial administration Arthur ; McMillan aud counciliuau Worth ar-
says: ' Bill Merriam Is a strong fr'uiul uou ('mini Hr au iisirlsou anj Mo-
ot the McKiuley aduilnbttralbin " 'mi w re r.-'. uhciI on S.'.ooo UjihI
Mre. K V RamsftV will leave Tliur. '-! and !" ' ol.al on 1 'hw His
da v for an extended tumuar itr a.t uudei stood
the tnileru wateHnisMlasC. She wi!1 iudictd
vis t dt 1'iUsbiirg Kasi.. and Kansas
City. A tha latter olty Mr. u A
Hughes will join Mrn. Ramsay and
together they will proceed to Alack i
that st-vr-al others were
but warrants for their ar
um nave noi yei oeeu issneu.
TTcik I aa.lii A.unl uiIl llll.n. ...l.
whilu you sleep i
jo cent l.awus is cents
1'. cut I awes 11 c nls
U c-iit l.twtit i rents
scent Lawns rents.
i crnt l.swns I cents.
At thu 'Juiline Cash Htorc Wednesday.
llnHlhuf .Air. IiU Mimiie) f This (-11
Mrs Ida Moon.-y wife of Joseph
Mooney of 001 North Dlvlsi u sfeei.
died Itlslu'rtay at Oarlxin. 'IVj
whither she went several weeks ago
in sear h of health The deceased
was it J years of age She lea-'es s
husband and live children sirs
Mooney was c'osely ideutlOed with
the church in Wutbrle and was a noble
hristisu woman She numbered her
friends here bv the si-ore Tlie re-
iniHs were laid to .-est at Carbon
Bad ui uagemeul kttetw mors neonle
In poor eiruumstonaes thuii any other
one cause To be successful one must
look ahead aud pluii ahead so tint
wueii a favorabloopnortuntty presents
itself be is ready to labs advantage of
it A little forethought will also save
inueb expense and vuluable lime. A
pruneni ami carelnl man will keep a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic ( holera
and Diarrhoea Cure in the house the
shiftless fellow will wait until neces-
sity eoni"e! it and then ruin hU bes
horse g Ing for a do tor uud bate a
big doctor bi I to psy besides one
pay i out 4 cfui the other is out a
hundred dollars and then woudcrs
why tils neighbor is yetting richer
while ue is getting poorer. For sale
by all druggists.
Judgt I'osU rtod y issued a marriage
license to Joseph Ilunliam aged .'.'
and Ada Williams aged 10 both of
Pouts. Mr Duuham lmd the written
consent of Miss Williams' parents
aljDwlng her to marry.
Dimi'I Trusl Vur I'lioto to .grnts Haul
IMrwt llli the Arllntt
We will make to any one sending us
a photo a Ilfe-siy olllette crayon or
pastel portmlt free of eharge to Intro
duce our superior work. Kxact ae-
ness highly urtiatio (lulsh and prompt
re urn of small photo guarantee X
Seud us your photo at once
WHMahist Dallas. 1'Bi.as
Itveryoue should attend tho editors
xiursion to ICureka Mpricgs Ark
June IS via the Krlseo line from Ok
Ktutta WlUl (I TK'I'KA HlIA)I0 Hi IV SUd
twfure cliisniUia tbe (use rub on a bn at 1 1 t
- MA IMulHMMtt llw KOsat skin cure V till off
nil C'UTHU'RA Toil t-Boi'snd Hot N iTKit.
1U sturi Buji4Sivatr(auueutwiil lusLa
tut ing a iifmuiiru sua ooiufurl tu tto9 witU
ttiuilur iBOauuHl iil)f IrrluuUnkm
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