The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 18, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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nif i i'ii in the poMuim c 41 Qatar e Okla.
as si" ""hi ! mall mntirr
Official Paper of Oklaionu Territory
I -II f li BY THELKADER PRINTINO
. uMl'XN' -STATIC PRINTERS
1 i. Mill. VI . I illlor unit Manager.
VlJirtnl 'Jrnwi of OMniniilB inray.
Our month. oVlirrred In rltv
Cii' month b man
Tt1 i m.mtbs
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V h EKI.Y
S x mnnths
TUESDAY. JULY 18 1SOT.
Aijn roKK sr.v o.v Atm tn.it. sciu.by
The York Sjin an admln.etion or
gan (Ires off In Its Uaiie of July 15.
lour snhd colnnins of editorial against
Admiral Schley. n which U denounces
hi. . most bitterly The whole four
t ilmnm ia a bald defense of AdOilnl
Sampson and to tear down from
s ). lev the credit irfven him by the
people for his paitin destroying Cer-
veraa fleet and it closeB with this
cauaiu' arraignment of Schley:
The rol being played to the pulille
by .Miley l 1 of course continue.
Ai ul at ' too sweet to a man of
8i 'i i v'r moral makeup to be repolled
evu. when ninli'iaerved and the mania
in whu-h Sell I. -v has livert Is not to bo
i. an ! in a t'ay. Hut eventually the
Anoriean peopl must fully reallro
th fustiao and falseness in Schley's
character sou the baselessness of
their insults to Secretary Long and
hang their hoads ill shame at having
ba'ked so many men of tho navy of
tht-ir lights and most cruelly wronged
the faithful able and victorious com-
mando ' of the Atlantic fleet in tho
Spau i war Admiral Sampson."
ium io utiaTiui.s run ruvaia. .
it American Rconomist und John
W t-bartl do not agroo as to the
p iwor which eat be invoked to ro
straiu the trwsts. Mr. Shartol In his
Chandler speech recently contended
that the remedy lay in amending the
t. institution of tho United States.whlle
the Ami-riean Kconoralst sayB "they
can be restrained eaally and absolutely
If the people und their legislatures
and congress wish to do It by suitable
lawn " Aocordlng to tho Koooomlst
f.ov Hayors' plan to intorost thi gov-
ernors of 6tatc3 and attornoys general
and through them the legislatures is
the right ono by which tho remedy
can be effectively applied.
JlO.VJir QVKSTIOS WILL STWll
Those fellows who aro trying to
Blnlt the money qnoMion and make it
a mere tributary aud not a prlnoipal
plank In tho noxt national Democratic
platform might ae well eoasc their
urk or tho Democrats will not
The money question will be one of
tho chief planks in the platform aud
every day but adds to this act. The
Ohio Demoaraoy and tho Domoaraoy
of every other stato and teriltory ln-
t' od to staud by tho Chloago platform
of iHWo ond all tho wiro-pulllng of
geld DemocraU cannot turn them
away from it
II II. I T HJtV. rOXMOX HAYS.
I'.veu tho gallant Vuiiston who won
Ins brigadier's spurs in tho Philippine
war is nf tho opinion that our govern
raent has hardly triiated tho Filipinos
right According to the dispatches
Gen Punstou is quoted as saying: "I
think tlihi we should consider them as
cluldron and treat with thein accord-
ingly Grant them some concessions
which are seemingly of great Impor-
tance to them. Ulve them some assur-
ance and actual demonstration of our
good will and friendship for thotn and
their welfare ; win them into our cou-
hj;nn; It can be dono and in suoh a
way that never again will thero be a
rebellion against us in the Island "
oim MA YOU.
tiu itt) wanoloBf and lean
Wbootuii on 'uratreoli Usb
Irlcoii li.eun Ban I weoa
u Uu. r . u nine auy lun in vtw
I- ur i in- ..a .if itiejollvcreH.
Anil 4i 1. 1 i in Hellenic apolHt or two
iui uid or
Wlio v lit-n
imii b .ii
i in i' i .
fiiroJkolMy the call.
Had and teardruji fall.
wu to win a name
.ir l.iobt l hla aim
i ho ti
And m .k.
Who aa a ueart a bi( j an x
No Inm (lie k t his WMiey locks.
Aud lor tbnr aio would give Bia MKka
someitaj we may taearot a weddliiE
' Tb asadofit words of UMEc or ixii
Tue naddeat are; these: It might have
I'atarih tAtx Hdl be (Juvtii
with local applications as they canuot
rt ach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood ur constitutional disease and
o urder to oure it you must take in-
ttrnal remedies Hall's Catarrh Curo
soot a quack medidioe. It was pre-
s'rbPil by one of the best nhysteUns
.u this country for years and is areRu-
ia prescription. It is composed of the
l. si touies known combined with the
lest b'ood purifiers acting directly on
the rouonuB surf noes The perfeotconri'
l nation of the two ingredients Is v.but
pri.imes auoh wonderful results in
c rog catarrh- Send for testimonials
roe V- J. Cheney & Co.. I'rpps..
Hold by draggists l'rico 73o
Tpeka. Kar. . July U.-Jounson Jordon
the negro who lisutpected of complicity
tn the murder ot Harry O Tandy ana an
unknown man at McFartland on the night
of Juno ti. was brought here today from
Great Bend where h was arrested by
Bherlft True of Wabaunsee county. Jor-
don has become notorious because of his
connection with the famous Collins murder
Always Good Speed
ZMany people trtist to tack
to pull them through and are
often disappointed. Do not
dillydally in matters of
health. With it you can
accomplish miracles. With-
out it you are ' ' no good.
Keep the ler Viclm. I cls and
blood With- h tlienf of Hood's ear-
emparilla the faulibvt blowl puriller.
for8spfpl and that Is Hood'. Sur-ana-rllls
It cured me My neuralgia alio
Mopped " W B. DAWwiii. . Oak Street
lllnguamton New York.
Tired FocllntC- pp "
cajrirtou my n"?t disordered and I was
tired Hood's Sarsaparilla relieved It a 1.
It cored a friend of mine of female woaK-
ness ' Mas JrasieA Meabss Clayton Del
Hand's lllli ' nr llrei III lh lion Irritating 'and
ojtfjcatliartl.. to UH with lloo.lt Stristytllla.
Terrible Suffering of Those A f
flicteil Home of its
New York. July IT -Since the Fourth of
Julv a mom alarming epidemic of lock-
Jaw ha developed In the Kail Scattei-
itisT rejiorts from various place publish-
ed from day to day In the- nr-w'ipapera
show that thirty-six persons have suo
climbed to this terrible malady white
nevral hundred are under treatment.
Tho majority of the victims nre Child-
ren who celebrated Independence Day
recklessly with toy pistols and giant llre-
cracks receiving wuttne whlah devel
oped Into lockjaw.
Madlctil Bjjaattstlc ahow that me mur
ninv fmm tiki dlaeaee. wbout wnicn
little is really known I between fS and
W per cent . Many of the victims of the
laat fortnight were neeleeted under the
Imiwssmon that they were irterlng from
neuralgia of the grip and It w not un-
til the aewapapas began to collate the re
turns that the alarm waa sounded Te-
tanus or lockjaw Is caused by a bacillus
or germ or a powonou cinmiim
which coins access to the blood through
what may appear to be a trivial scratch
It la a hreat mistake to take chances
with such surfneo nbralsons. Rven or-
dinary antiseptics Imve no Influence on
the baccilus of lockjaw. It la therefore
no use to wash u suspected wound in
diluted carbolic acid The thlntr to use
l the tincture of Iodine and It should
bo painted thick over the wound. Once
the bacillus of lockjaw gets Into the
blood and U may be Introduced through
tho merest (icrntch and a bit of dirt
heroic treatment Is necessary. Home
remedies won't do.
SYMPTOMS OP TETANUS.
Lockjaw makes Its appearance In from
one to six days after the mlcrobs have en-
tored the body. The fact that the wound
has healed at onre doea not preclude the
subsequent danger of tetanus The cerms
stow In tho slightest Inanimation that
Hrst appear around the rapidly heallnc
spot. The first aymptoms are usually
not noticed for they generally consist
of such aright muscular aches and might
be caused by running up a flight of stain
or by lifting some moderately heavy
weight The next symptom and this U
th one that U usually noticed first la
a slight neuralgia on one or both tides
nf tne face. This Is followed after a few
hours by a feeling of stlffnean in the mus-
cles which connect the Jaw and neck und
to assume that he haa been sitting In a
Gradually th stiffness spread until the
patient is confident that every muscle
In his body foels a If It had been bruised
Ills friends unleaa their suspicion 1ms
l- i aroued wtll think he haa the grip
After twenty-four houra the iatent I
likely to discover by An abortive attempt
to yawn that h cinnot open his mouth
as wide as usual.
Perhaps while he l wondering ut this
peculiar circumstance ome on will
bsng a door or drop a book. Instantly
the Jaws of the aufferer will close with a
snap and the bhj and powerful muscles
at th aide of the face will he drawn
into t-nse knota. If the Jaw lias been
affected by otn sudden start then
om other musele will b sharply cramp-
ed. from that point the course of the dis-
ease U rapid. There will b excruciat-
ingly painful cramps in first one set of
muacla. then is Mother The locking
of the jaws may not be constant bat
whenever It occurs the muscles In the
side of th face will be swelled Into knot
and the pain will b acute. At the same
time the spasms will eize upon tho
muscles surrounding the lips and draw
thwn buk Into a horrible grin resembling
tue snarl of a wild beast This was one
of the ehlef raasoos for tlia .nfut...
that formerly exist regarding the dlf-
ferenee between ttanus and hydrophobia
Mo torture that man's ingenuity haa ev
-r devised for man l one thousandth
part as dradful aa that aaused by lock.
Jaw Th patient in the agonies of a te-
tanic convulsion Is one of tho most heart
rending sights known to a doctor. He
saa to embody In his rueked frame the
Pa of a hundred deaths. The Hene
I not the leas painful becaune the suf-
ferer la dumb.
Hecovery. f t com comM very 8ow.
ly. ana tba person who has suffered from
th disease U tharaafter usually a nerv-
ous wreck Death when It eemes is em-
braead by th. sufferer and almost wel-
comed by tbo who have loved him II
come at the climax of th worst spasm
the Itfe balag literally wrenched from
the martyred body There is limit be-
yond whleh human endurance cannot go
and It Is the exhaustion of pain and not
th lack of nutriment which brings death
to the victim of lockjaw
la the old days tetanus like hydropho-
bia wa treated by large doses at opium
chloral and other opiates. An earlur
rfmedy consisted i putting the patient
between two featherbeds and. as a sup-
posed measure of humanity smother
Vim to death
To guard against lockjaw on neds
only be ordinarily oareful. remembering
that ascratch or a splinter may result In
the disease and acting accordingly
fllrala July IT Lord Curzon victory ot
India will start on a tour of Central In-
dia on October 0 Lady Urzon will ac-
"Great Haste jsNot
ONLY $U&. SHOUT
Uulhrlo's Part of tho Opera
Houho Fund Almost KafRCu. :
The new Opera house scheme mov3
right along The amount of ticket At
sell is growing less every day Total
amount sold to date H.SS6 00 This leave
us only 5116.00 short on the amount Mr.
McClure asks that we print a revised list
o rtlekets sola up to tmme we go io
C M. Harnen $100.00
J .M Iirooks 100.00
V. It Orcer '. l'OOO
Nettie K. Iteppeto ..... 100 00
A A. Humphrey 10000
D T. Flynn t...i......
Asp ic Ceitlngham ...... .'.
Levy iJones :.".
New Klectrlc and Qas Light Co..
J C Strang and B. T. Hornor .
K L Bltnco
M Luther Wat
J W M'Neal
Paul Junat i WOO
N F. Cheadle WW
L I Bealand W-0
L C. Chrlsen 60.00
W. L Rhodes WW
Joe Ilhoades SO"
Rdward Nichols .t 6000
Dale & Blerer M.fO
J. W. Furrow
A. Q. Kesler 3000
F. Q. Mllllken W
H. L. Hlsschl 20-W
W. M. McCoy ' 30 W
O. P. Cooper "W
J. D. Burk MOO
F. B. Llllle 80M
J. N. Wallace
C W. White 09
J. C. Foster 3000
H. F. Ardflry .-. SOW
W. B. Herod. 20-M
C. II. Stowe 20-W
E. P. M'Cabe 2"-W
A. P. Saunders ..f -M
Felix Adlcr OO
A. J. Corklns W
J. 8 Lyon . w-w
a. ii. wiiiis WV)
C H. Fllson V0M
S. L Overstreet MW
II. W. Pentecost M00
II. H. Hagan M00
C. R Havighorst' M-0"
W. J. Horsfall 200
B A. Douglas 9-0)
A. O. Farquharsen 20.00
J O. Poland t -S000
W. II. Merten M.00
J. B. Fairfield ' !.
Oeorge Scndelback 20.C0
W. H. Brunner 00
Paul Newman W.00
Wm. nitzhaupt 20.00
Qarner & Leach
Capt. Hegler 20-W
C II. Bcrutchfleld M00
T. J. Lowe 2000
A. E. Johnson 20.00
O. R. Tegan 2000
H. C. Rltterbusch 20.00
S. W. Scothorn '. 00
J. E. Brewer M.00
T. K. Tingle ...'. 2004
G. W. Bruce 2000
Chas. Howe 20.00
M. W. Clark 20.U0
Chas. Pond 20.M
John Schmlat 2000
J. M. Dolph 2000
J. L. Molvln 20.W
XV. M. Bronson M.W
Chas. F. Bisenschmldt tOOO
W. II. Gray M
Wlnfleld Smith .w
George B. Green 1100
F. E Weckel J0.00
New York Hardware Co. fOOO
Spencer Hardware Co St.oO
W S. Wells surf
D M. Lentz 3B09
Jasper Sipes '. BUM
II. M. Wlxom W.W
T. F. MoKennon S0J
M. L Turner S1.00
J. Cammack 3000
L. M. Beadls 0o0
M. White 20.00
T. B. Iteder JO.Oi)
8. N. Hopktni roOO
P. J Hellman a.OO
Dr. Clark 2000
Z. C. Moore 20 00
8 T. Franklin 2000
A W McKcand 2000
XV. R. Stapleton 20.00
C. W. Horner 2000
veedor B. Paine 20.00
E. E. Tallman 2000
C. C. McMillan 20.00
Mike Cassldy 20.OO
Guss Ttltterbusch 20 UO
Tearney & Selstrom 20 OC
M. Vandorvoort ... '.. ... 20.00
A M ITInkle .20 00
Dr McKeeby ... 20.OO
George M Hopkins .... 29 00
bidiitn and tttnti
our efforts to
ulono; it brings
muy attack In
several places at once Lots of people
have catarrh iu tho head bronchitis
ludigehtion nnd kidney ditouoo and
It in all catarrh.
When cutarrh Is understood It must
bo la'n thut no local treatment cuu
roach it. Catarrh ia systemic: it must
be pluclutl out by the roots. Tho same
remedy w ill oure catarrh wherever It Is
located 1 it will curo It unywhcie.
l'o-ru-iiu has a spotless record us u
oure or all catarrhal trouble. It lius
cured many thousands during its forty
years of tine by Dr. Hartmnn. Head
this letter from W. O. 8lcasor Ituin-
Pt-ru-na Mtdicint Co.. Columbus O.
DeabSius: "I havo used your Ie-ru-na
fur catarrh and neuralgia not
over six weeks and find it will do oven
more than you claim or it. 1 havo
usod sprays 0 dlficrcnt kinds and got
no relief I was nlmost a total wreck
until I commenced using your Pe-ru-nn.
You rony publish this statement if it
will heip any poor sufferer. I was
once sick in bed not able to raise my
head. After I heard of your medicine
I Uctcnninul to try it. Ater taking
It a short time I was stronger and It
was not long before I was out of bed
nnd now I am stronger than over."
"TVTre Ronrlora had
ten hemorrhages and
people-here said she
would never be well
W A Sanders. Iv
1 01 Hern Mason "T
Sfy wife had hemorrhage of
the lungs 3he had
V Va write
ten iitniorriiiigi." u
people here suld
she would never be
well Rgsln Put she be
gsnlolske Dr rietce'
Uolden Medical Dlscov
cry and the soon btgsn
to gain strength and
Brsh After tsklng ten
Lottlts she ws. entirely
well If you think this
will do you any good to
MLh iutnieit and
If anyone disputes thi-
'Til Ol InlS HIH1051
. 1 a.! Hw4tsln
they rosy enclose a self-
addressed envelope with
stamp ana 1 win an-
When anything is
wrong with the lungs
there l no time to
lose The steps are
easy and quirk
from a "slight cold "
to bronchitis . from bronchitis to pneu
uionla fiom pneumonia to permanently
weakened lungs and from that to drean
The time to cure consumption is before it
cot atari Take Dr Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery on the first appearance
of cough or cold and you will never have a
hemorrhage or a tubercle The "Discovery
is the greatest health builder In the world
It first straightens out all digestive dlsor
ders and aids the body in tlddlng Itself of
poisonous effete matter It tones up the
stomach invigorates the liver and in con
nectlou with Dr Pierce's Pellets keeps the
bowels open and regular Don't let on tin
scrupulous medicine dealer foist some
BubMitute when you want Dr 1 ierce
medicines. Asett your rights get what
you ask for and be well.
N. M. Cnrter M
Ben Brummage -
Frank Rlnehart M
II. It. Allen OO
G. W. Watklns ..
Frank Olsmlth ...
W. J. McCord .
W. P. Baker
G. B. Bablno
B. II. Richardson
T. F. Milllkan '..
C. XV. Brewer
E. M. Bamford .
Thomas A. Hlgglns
Fred Huggins ....
George M. Greene .
C. S. Petty ......
II .T. Swearlngen
C. F. Cotteral
R. M. Seay
E. Turney WOO
G. F. Langran h"Xi
Otto Hansen looo
W. R Teal . WOO
I. C Kaylor '.U 10 00
A. W. ICoontz luuO
V. G. Houston 1000
F. B. Barber 1000
Mose Weinberger .lik.--' 100
A. C. Baxter 10.00
M. Collar 10.00
Ed Dodson . 1000
A. A. Beyer 1000
F L Woodruff iOOO
W. D. Packer " 1000
L. II Homsher y' 1000
C C Carpenter . WOO
XV. E. Finch g 10.00
L. K. Kimball !.. 1000
Norman A. Smith .....' 1000
H. E Derwin 1000
E C. McCracksn 1000
George Tipton ..". W)
Dr A. C Hlon x.. 10.00
C. A. Cunningham 10.M
Morris & Williams 18 c0
C E. Bmlth 10.00
Osear Lehrer 10 00
James P. Copr '." 1000
Jsy Beach ... 1000
Frank Lsun 10W
XV. C. Bharum kI 1000
J fituart MeKev 1000
P. J. Foster 10.00
J. H. Billings 1000
Fred R. James '. 10 W
J. P. Douthltt ..4 WW)
M. M. Metk i 10(0
a. c Hoit 1000
J. 8. Mabon 1000
Robert Henderson 1000
8. 8. Lawrence 10.00
A. II. Huston 10.00
A Hughes . 10.00
J. N. Curl 1000
E. O. Barker 1000
R. V. Bmlth 1000
Chas S. Woods 10.00
Weinberger Bros. 10M
Capital City Business College 10 00
J. II. Cotteral 1000
O. A Hughes 10.00
Mrs. Cora Grlssell 10.00
D. R. Cotton 1000
J. T. Brlckncr 10.00
J. H. Trask ifl.00
Frank Luoag f 1001
W. E EArl 10.00
J. H. BUJiegs 10.81
A. E. Bsntlay 10.09
Joe Foueart 10.M
A. C. Worrell 19.00
n A. Ray 5X0
F W Ritterbusoh 600
joe iiraarord 609
J M. Bright BOO
Robert Bright J.M
Amount to be railed
prealdeiu of tho bimetallic Jeairue
not believe that the Oliver question wM
be the leading one nt 1W0. II says If thi
1 nuippine war Is not ended by tfiat tlm
that the strife on the Island will be on
or me leading Issues of the campaign.
He expressed the opinion that Bryan
would receive the democratic nomination
1 uo jwt believe there will bo iny
obango whatever 4n the democratic p.uy
oa the silver question. At the same tlma
the Inereased production of gold la hav
ing the same effect on the buslnosj of
the world that the restoration of siber
would have wd tf had been restorvf to
free coinage and there has bttn no In
crease in the product of go'd. In other
words it Is the supply ana not ih nar-
ttaular oolor of the metal tbat dses the
"The allver question therefore may not
press with the same force In 1900 that k
dd In ISM.
"The currency phase of the money qaa
Hon. however whlcto Is unaffected by the
Increased production of cold wlU assume
special tmportance in the coming1 season
for all rn-agntzs that currency legislation
ot some kind will be pressed at the next
session of congress. The money question
as a whole will therefore keep a rore-
most place in the platform and in --.e
catnpacn of both parties In the cam-
paisn of 1S09-"
Other Issues he said tvouIc1 ts trusts
aud the Philippines. lie .believed the ad-
ministration would not b sustained m
the war for th subjugation of the Phll
XZZ ? 4
Job Printing Department
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A trip abroad would be a delightful scheme perhaps If you csn uiTcrd It. Rut there are thousands
wo might soy millions of young people who can't afford It hnvo neither tho time nor the money
to spare. Maybe you aro one of them.
Shall you loaf or shall you work?
The best work a young person can possibly eugago in Is work of preparation for the earnest respon
Blbllltles of life. Why not make that your special work this summer?
It will blaze the way to success Increase your earning capacity and pay you rich dividends all your
If you are in earnest if you have a wholsome ambition to do something thero Is a place for you at
tho Capital City UusineBs College and a way to get there.
This school Is in session throughout the entire summer.
StudoutB aro enrolled atnny time Tuition from 50c to 82 50 per week but a complete hcholaiship
is only 810. Write at once for particulars to
Capital City Business College;
UUAI. KST.VTK JtKNTAIA KTO
Notary Pddlic and
. ) CONSKItVATlVH PK10ffl..
Ottit corner First and Oklahoma Avenue.
oer Siiencer Hardware Co.
gROWN & STEWAR'
U7 S. 2d Strget. OUTHRIB. O. T.
J) ALE & UIERER
ANDERSON HITILDIKG OKLAHOMA AVK
L CHWSEK & CO.
r 1 Itb Noi rirst Str.t.
" - UnS received n Tresh lino of'the rerylatoist
In...... . .-'
LETTER HEADS BILL HEADS -NOTE
HEADS ENVELOPES i
STATEME NT TS CARDS
THE WORK DELIVERED
HOURS 'ETER THE ORDER IS LEFT AT
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lMIVSM I.Y.V-i A- MUH(li:)NS
L. Hiatt M. Ii. Res. 503 E. Noble.
XV. V. BakkiiI M. D.. Res. 410 E. Noblo.
gIATT & BAKER
Otflce over Wheeler's Drug Store.
J B. FAIRFIELD
TRANSFER AND COAL.
OFFICR AND YARDS:
" 00 West Uarrigon Street.
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a Advertisement in this column Sc per line
efich Insertion. Noaclvertlsement taken for
less than tf cents.
"Money to patent god Ideas may be sec
Ured by our aid addreas Till! PATENT HE-
OOH1) Baltimore. Md "
WANTBD-To trade KWacre farm In Un
axil 11 county for Uulbrle projierty
WANTED iui pounds of clean cotton raw.
Apply to foreman of the Leader press room.
WANTED-1000 suUacrll)ers for the Okla"
fioroa Leader on year and the Farm Journ
aniline rirm journ-
al Ave years for
Samplecoples on ap-
FitEE-Tor boys and girls a beautiful
aoira gold shell brilliant llubyor Topaz.
Tiffanv Setting Quaranteed to wear for
years. FKEB for selling 0 Mystic Pens for
sc eacn sena name ana aaaress. win
send Pens when sold Remit u fl and get
me ring uy uumxu tw amito atreet
WANTED Bright boy to canvass tor the
Oklahoma Weekly Leader and Atlanta Con-
stitution Good pav to right party
TAHK BROS PAY CASK
every week if you sell STARIC TREES. Out-
fit free STARKXURSERr.LoulslaDa.Mo
First Published in Dally Lcaae rJuly 6
To Whom It May Concern-
Notice Is hereby given that W W Small
wood bas this day riled his petition to sell at
retail splrttuons vinous and malt liquors la
Guthrie Logan county Oklahoma and that
unless objection be filed on or before th
Ht day ol July! A D. 16W. said petition
will be granted.
R. P MOR'
Gutt: it. Okla July e IW. CouatT dry
St Louis and
Take the most popular route
The Frisco Line via
ok WICHITA to
and all points East
and nil points North and W-st
I'asenger train leaves Oklahoma City
0. 15 a. m. arrives Iu St. Louis th- M-
ling morning 7 15 a. in Pasenirer
train leaves St. Louis at 8. 30 p. m ar-
rives In Oklahoma City the following
evening atO. 20. p.m. Close connections
are made with the Santa Pe both at
Oklahoma City and Wichita.
Our train service is unsurpassed
Wacairy latest improved seat and
chair cars also the Luxurious I'nllman
Observation Sleepers. Are you plan-
ulng an outing. v
has a world wide reputation as a won-
ful Health and Pleasure Resort the
curative properties of whose waters
have no equal on the American coi tl-
nect and the grandeur of the scenerv
surpassas that of Colorado.
When purchasing your tickets see
that they read via tho Frisco Line
For further particulars as to rites
time etc apply to
B. F. DUNN T. F. A P A
Ii. F. VOAKCM JIHYAN HNrilKU
Ueneral Manager. Otn'lfau Agl.
OmU laaiarttaa a4 tMulmu.
00O 4) --f
a . a3iB&ar t Jk VS'.CtIjs4:1.iSutio. ji-v.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 18, 1899, newspaper, July 18, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74587/m1/2/: accessed March 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.