The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 18, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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'A'fli.tKAClJER GUTHRIE. OktAHOMA.
MuHllOCK & c . s choice:
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Tlie J. D. BURKE GROCERY CO.
i. "l'HONK '. OKLAHOMA AYtMlF.
Tbo Fire Ksoape an Irish comedy
will bo Riven at Island Park July 85
for the benefit of the fire company.
Kurekn Sptingn takes the en 1(0
Forgetting rid of pain and ache.
Take Pa and Ma and the chll
Augtmt the third
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Curos Lost Manhood. Im
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Mdcroas Olshop namedy Co. Run frunoUoo. Cal.
LniRnc5 9".1"! amlnnl Cm sslons
bflltv HendnchUnfltnoin to Mnrry loss of
or Consilpmion. atop OuloknoU of Dls-
tvitcnincor cyellu. . imtor i i
For sale by J. N. WALLACE. Guthrie. O T.
from Now to
Nearly 6 Yenrs
By special arrangement made
with the publisher of the Farm
Journal we are enabled to offer
that paper to every subsciiber
who pays for the Oklahoma
Lkadeu (weekly) one j'ear
ahead. forDonly 50c both pa-
pers for the price of ours only ;
our paper one year anil the
Farm lonrnal from now to De-
i tinber 1U03 tearly 5 years.
11IK FARM JOURNAL
Is an old established paper en-
iiyinji jfreat popularity one of
ilie Li-st and most useful farm
Tlu offer should be accepted
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The J unci .1 ltlwe
To the Young Men and Women
Arp you ambtlluun to aecure i eol
Ipko education? Are thore obstacles
In the way ? ou can iret a thorouirh.
modern praatical higher education at
tlie ouiaiioma Agricultural and Me-
chanical College at Htillwater at the
minimum of expense and with a posal
blllty of liolplnp yourbclf us you go.
Uur general course in science and
literature provides the most approved
training for a thorough and broad
oducatlop including lu the collegiate
course alone three years of Gonnnn or
Latin four years of the English lan-
guage and literature a fn 1 comple-
ment of the t-cionccs and mathematics
and of the higher miscellaneous and
I hla is thti general course but we
give to students desiring it a bpetlal.
thorough and extensive trulning lu
agriculture horticulture nierhaleal
engineering chemistry hotany biol-
ogy stenography typewriting print-
ing and bookkeeping. Wo bavo a de
partraent of music.
These several linea are taught by
trained specialists and by tbo munlS
conqc of the government wo are ablo
to illustrate their teaching by 830000
worth of the must approved nppllancos.
A new library bul'ding and chemistry
building are now In process of erec-
tion. Our library contains 0000 vol'
Th s agricultural experiment station
connected with and a part of tho col-
lege givs a measure of omploytnmit to
i number of young men during the
year. It is just now publishing bulle-
tins of unusual inttrcet to the farmers
of Oulahomu which can be received
free of cont by any ono sending his
Two years' prfparalory course for
th oe needing it. (iood board in clubs
about $1 73 per week in families 2 to
S3 per week. Kooms 81.80 to S3 per
month. Pall term opens September
11. ISM Write for tjataloguc.
A. C. Scott President.
i"! ik Ni 'l.t Kniii-Uiiig and
niM-jwi all vtlctts of self-
fthiiM or i-xct-ss and indis-
lIod builder. Brin the
pink plow topalechee...and
i. -rores the lire of youth
lv mail fioc per box; Oboxe
r ti.riO; with h writ! en k'l'imui-
h to.iiirn or rcnuul tlio inoiiey.
NCRVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton Jackson St CHICAGO ILL.
tor sMe by WALLACK .t MULLEIt
UmcKtiW) Outhrfe. O. T
Snmrriir Eating Wanls Satisfied !
Tbe br-i cf evervUkiBLr clean!
and wh .uaie. When in doubt
as to what to eat ask iu
C W. OOSSttTT.
Mint Lunch Counter
Take the most popular route to St.
Louts and all points east. Kansas City
and all pointa north and west.
Santa Fe trains make close connec-
tions at Oklahoma City and Wichita
for all points on the Frisco line.
St Louis and Kansas City mall and
express leaven Oklahoma City at 0:15
every morning; leaves St. Louis at 8:10
every evening and arrived at Oklahoma
City at 8:20 the following evening.
Through reclining chair cars with-
out change l'ullniain palace sleepers
Irom Mouott to bU Louis and KanBas
City. You ean (tenure berths before
Furthor information will be cheer
fully given by tLo nearest agent or
U. I'. DUNN.T. V and P. A.
Uvhon Snuiek. G. P. A.
St. Louts Mo.
Do you ktusp chickens? Thon you
ought to have tho Farm Journal Wu
give it In clubbing with tho Oklahoma
Weekly Leader both for the price of
our paper only. Pay up a year ahead
and the Farm Journal will uomo for
the balance of 1600 and all of 1000
ltxil loos and ami. nearly five years
and get to you If you uro ou this continent
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USfc ONLY ICE MANUFACTURED BY
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PURE CRYSTAL ICE FROM CHEMICALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER
Telephone 52- PAUL JUNDT Manager
To bring back vigor and happiness
drink Pabst Best Tonic
Harper and Oarl ono door West
of the Cyclone conduct ono 0
tho best appointed bat bar shops
in Quthrh. Tbelr aim is to plecsa
On the 30th Island Park villi be
abla?o for the benefit given to '.he II ru
It seems that Solon Dctwtlor who
committed suicide at the Okla Hotel
last Saturday was a convert to trie
hobby of suicide and had publlshod
several articles on the subject It also
seems that he had long medidatcu such
an act anu it is talr to presume from I
tho deliberate way iu which he went
about it that it was not a sudden fancy
or done on the spur of the moment.
What among human ills Is more an-
noying than piles? Tho nflllctlons
that prevent active exercise are bad
enough but ono that makes even rest
miserable Is worse Women are
among Hi greatest martyrs. TAU-
LEIt'S HUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT
will cure the most obstinate cases
Price 50 cents In bottles; tubes 75
cents. Sold by 1 II LlUIo . Co. and
Wheeler t Son.
A farmer over iu Grant county got
00 bushels of oats to tho acre and an-
other farmer In the same county har-
vested 320 bushels of oats from six
Mr. Thrlcey livinsr on tho Jamison
farm four miles southeast of Uulliric
complimented ye ad Interim with bome
line water melons and garden truck
WHITE'S 0KEAM VERMIFUGE not
only effectually cxpells worms but Is
unequalled ss a tonic and Ib a certain
and perinaucnt cure for chills and fe-
ver in children. Prico 85 conts. Sold
by F. 11. Ltlllo fe Co. and Wheoler A.
lion. Tumplo Houston Is to lecture
at tho opera house In El Reno on tbe
ovenlng of August 8th for the benefit
of the Woman's Home Missionary So-
ciety his subject being "American
Antiquities Clitf Dwellers and Views
of Mexico and Central America "
O.W.Wilson and family were through
passengers yesterday from Otoe to
Oklahoma City their homo. While
driving to the train yesterday the
horses runaway almost ditching the
occupants. Abit was Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson and their nlno children had to
walk several miles through tlie woods
to the utatlou
To eradicate worms from iho sybtcm
give the child plain nourishing food
and WHITE'S OUEAM VERMIFUGE.
Tho result will be the worms will
disappear and tho child become hoal-
thy and cheerful Prico 25 cens
Sold by P. II. Llllle & Co. and Wheeler
The following original case was filed
with Clerk llegler of tho supreme
court yesterday: School district No. 5
Oklahoma county Fred Ellis Peter P.
Urlner ond J. F N. Hardy vs. School
district No 83 Oklahoma county.U. M.
Thornburgh A. M. Reed ond C 3
Eyar This suit is brouuht to abolish
tbe jurisdiction of the defendants and
place tho same In the hands of the
The ladles of the G. A R havo raisod
money to buy a ticket to Kansas city
for an old 6oldIer by the name of
Kelly who fouirht through tho civ 1
aud Spanish wars. Tho good work
was accomplished by tho energy of
Mrs. W. II. Hcrrod. The old soidlcr
loft yesterday afternoon for Kansas
City where ho has relatives.
Imperfect digestion and assimilation
produce disordered conditions pf the
system which grow and are confirmed
by neglect. 11EK1HNE irlves tone to
the btomach and caur.es good diges-
tion Prlcr 50 cents. Hold by F. 11
LlUIo & Co. and Wheeler & Son.
Take the special train at 8 a. m.
Thursday August 3 1890 for Eureka
Springs; 85 for round trip.
John Johnson a farmer at Acton
threshed 25 bushels of wheat to the
acre from his crop.
Dr John Threadglll has bought out
tho Interest of J. S. Galbraith In tho
Gov. Ilarncs has appointed Elmer N
Slocuro D. I.afo llubler and W. S.
Sbcrckengast a board to assess dam
ages for the school lands on tho right
oi way oi tuo ujacKweil extension.
Tho young people of too Presbyte-
rian churcu will glvo a lawn social
tnaay ovenlag at the residence of
Mrs. J. E. Hall on North llrond.
Attend the lawn social Friday even-
ing g ven by the young people of the
Presbyterian church at tho lesidenco
oi Mrs. J u. Hall.
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of Plymouth
church will meet with Mrs. J. M.
ltrooks on Wednesday afternoon. Lot
all bo present and cotno prepared to
Those wno live on tarms oro liable
to many accidental cuts burns and
bruises whch heal rapidly when
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Is
promptly applied. Price. 25 and 50
cents Sold by F 11. Llllle & Co. and
Wheeler Jfc Son.
Don't miss the opportunity of going
to Eureka Springs the wonderful
health and pleasuro resort. Special
train leaves Oklahoma Oily August 3
1800 atu. m.
For Sale West Guthrie grist mill.
Also good stouk farm five miles from
Mulhall. Address Emit Utz Guthrie
Flvi-JJollara for the round trip. Ok-
lahoma City to Eureka Springs via
Frisco Line August 3 18UU. Special
It your liver out of order or have
you that tired feeling? What you
need Is to take the Frisco special train
August 3 fo.- Eureka Springs Ark.
tho wonderful health and pleasure
Don't forget that Ritzhaupt's
Merchant's lunch from 11:30 to
2 o'clock dally are popular dur-
ing the heated term. The large
power fans keep the cafe cool and
Is the height ot perlo
Jion. This Flour is made
in of the best Minnesota
Mills in the Northwest
and we will guarantee the
gjttde to be equal and
!' Mvun stfdiiKr than Gold
Medal or PilUbury's Best.
Krtitrcky KtMiil In Which
Five ii xl
It is Guaranteed to
Give Satisfaction P
Yours to please
HltiU-GUADfi 0MH KRIS.
Itring your job printing to th Lead
er omce. Letter heads turned out on
two hours' notice
The vountf neunle of tho Presbvte
r'an church aro arranging for a pleas
ant evening at the resklenco of Mrs. J.
b. Hall Friday ovenlng
Mei&rs. Misimer and Stewart renre
Benttng the Homo Annuity Association
oi at. Louis aro organizing a local
council of the association in Guthrie.
They havo already secured enough
members to insuro the success of tho
undertaking. A nicotine of those in
torcstcd will bo held during tho lattor
part of tho week for tho purposo of
What pooplo any about Hood'ssarsa
lurllla U that it tires lien all ottir rme
dies fall Therefore uu should take Hood's
?arsapariua in prererence to aujathera.
Hoods Pills cure bllllousneu. Malted
ior a cents dv c i lioocl &. Co . Lowell. Mags
The following original case was filed
toaay in tlie bupreme court. .1. Ii
i'oiver vs. L II uy lies Iluxton Biiperin
tendent of the territorial board of
health. Heaver is a physician of
Washita county nud prays for an
alternative writ ti mandamus to com
pel the superintendent of health to
issue to him a llconse to practice med
uov. names nas recently received a
large photograph of his son. Ensign
CassiusB. Ilarnes.who Is ou the United
States steamship Alliance "Hart" as
his Oklahoma friends call hlmr is a
perfect picture of manhood. Ho is a
handsome and brave officer. No won-
der that tho governor Is proud of his
Langston university regent? are in
session today. They are : Rev. Holt
Superintendent Hopkins F. M. Thomp-
son P. F 'lyler and E. O. Tyler
A social will be given this evening
by tho Kpvorth League at tho hoinu
of W. L. Rhodes 621 East Noble ave-
nue. Music and other ontcttainment
will bo ;endcrcd. All are cordially
invited to attend
Charles J. Laux city clerk on bo-
half of tho city officials has accepted
the chnllengo of the State Capital
printing forco to play a tett game of
base ball and served official notice on
John Golobto cantain of thonrlniorn
team. The date for the contest has
not been fixed
Is your liver tired? Does it fall to
do Us duty" If so don't neglect lis
ca'l for help. A fow doses of IIERI1
INE may save you a spoil of sickness.
HERUINE is tho only perfect liver
medicine. It cures chills and fever.
Price 50 conts. Sold by P. Ii Llllle &
Co. and Wheoler & Son.
For Rent Cottapo of four rooms
furnished good location Address
House 'Leader office.
The Farm Journal is choke full of
gumption and has the largest circula-
tion of any farm paper in the world.
It is good every whero Wo offer it for
a short time as a prize to advance-paying
subscribers to tho Oklahoma
Lr.ADnn and the Farm Journal for tho
balance of 1890 and all of 1000 1001
1002 and 1003 nearly fivo years all
for the prico of our paper alone.
Road tho Leader's ereat Farm Jotir-
ual's prize oirr.
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percent on jour Laundry; $5 OO
book$4 50j $3.00 book $2.76
POND'S STEAM LftUNDBV
SpanUh'Amei'tcan ll'ar Vanorama ami
is one of tho war books which is likely
to te in continuous demand. It Is a
panoramic record of the triumphs of
Yankee Dopdle. The oaglo fians his
wings on every page and "Old Glory'
waves around and above every scene.
Prominent officers connected with the
war ore hero portrayed as well as
many ui mu -men nenina tno guns."
Military life Is pictured to the eye
from recruiting to guard mount and
skirmish line Nor is tho ludicrous
omitted. Tho company cook receives
the attention duo to his Importance;
the mess Is shown; cavalry serines aro
given; the hospital arrongements aro
depicted; the heroines of tho Red
Cross Bervice uro displayed; street
icenesin Havana Sautlago and else-
where are unrolled the new citizens
or subjects (which are they?) of Uncle
Sam appoar aud disappear as tbe
leaves are turned.
In a word the gaieer visits the new
localities and 6ees the tumultuous new
life without the risk or expense of a
The Album Is 8x8 ipuhes weighs
12 ounces printed on the ffnest coated
Mailed to any address in the United
States Canada or Mexico for 13 cents
to cover postage and packing. Copy
may bo seen at any ticket ofHco of the
Big Four routo.
Order at once as tbo edition is lim-
AddrCSS. WllmPS .1 r.VNCIt. Rnnnnl
Passenger and Ticket Agent "Big
our uouto." Cincinnati Ohio.
Mark envelope 'War Album."
LouisviHe Ks'.. July n-A sna' to the
Courier Journal from London Ky. tells
sf areport reaching -there-' -Mit-tlio out
tank ofnother-tjJ. in Clay eauntr-ly
.TvhlriufWeiimeit ls tholr mvm tsday.
Th dead ar Mid to be
Jim OH f fin.
ed battle fought
three mllee from Alonrheeler
The feufl dates back nearly two
On Clirlsllimg W. James IltllinH
resulted fre m.i p
neur Ltl Ooour ore
killed by Aaron Morris. but'beMre h
died he tbot and killed William Bundv.
a. frtaAl jof Morris The Morr1f! and
fire Qnfflna were iosely afffilated ilut
ulnce then Vhe two faction bnn been'
very bitter and the enmity hm b"ri
Mlwit recently by tho White Dakor hoi-
trim. The PhllptB who are rh tror.-
et faction in ths mountain " number
ebout 7P0 voters fppoul the came of tbe
rken while the Griffins took -!dM w th
tr-e Whlteo Tho utory that reaeheo hre
irom Manchentor u that Bob PhiSpot wae
arr. -.ltd ihls morning b5 Deputv 9henfl
Wa i 1 hacker While very nubman
Jti (.('icr respects hte report doei nn
k'ww clearly th' origin of the trouble n"r
(flitlie reason for Phllpot's arrest It
. MtdTll'at wh" Thafllier was tknn
Phllpofe bond 'the InMer wm ehW from
behind by a member of a orowd that hd
gathered. Thte pro1pltatd a general
ghl wHh "Wlncheatera and revolver
which wan parttelrmted In by Geoive
GranvlHe. nobert and Peter Phtlpot and
Kd Fleher on one skle eml Aaron M -rr s
and Hugh Jim and Green Griffin on tlie
other. The battle began ar about nine
o'clock and raced fearfully for about 11
pi 16 minute "When It was" ovr It iui
found that the five men mentioned above
bad been killed ..utrtgtit. Thiw if he
bfingerant'H wre eerl.vjtlv wmndo.l
while l'ele PMlit.it a the oni an- -m
either lde to .-nrape Injury Gr.invillo
Phllpol I "aid t I ne : he i" f'T-
lously winded. He i a union Vi'teran
having loet a leg tit Stone river He Is
an ex-member of the Kentucky legisla-
ture and li naW to have WMed three or
four men IM Ftaher Vh la reported dend
wj another with Kevoml nlckF In hU
lie was mit a years old but tv
said to have kilted three men The st
of this battle caused oonalernatlon her
notwlthstandlns the faot that eorloue
rouble had been expseted to break out
among the mountaneers of Clay county
ever since the assassination f Tom
Baker An effort was M once begftn to
eequre deputies to go to th- e-at of the
irfthhl and attemtit no reotore ou M aut
up o a late liotir this afternoon there ha.1
ot len enoURb respme to make a
t..r iimt woulil cominaixl rewxH-t .Ths
Btliifttlbn at Jlenchesrter Is depKpable
srnee InornUiK the phvc? lm ben in a
i.i. r irr. i.aroav Jiy one daring
to vpnture out of doon Huslnees Is us-
p.nded and the residents are momentar
Uy expecting a renewal of hoatllltlei
Hnllle With Train Kolibors
In Now Mexico
East Ias Vegas N. -M. July 17. Word
was reelved heM late today that the
dead body of one of the train robbers con-
cerned In the Folsom train robbery on the
Colorado Southern railroad has been con
veyed to Clmorron N M from the scene
of the fight and was aiterward taken Ut
Springer a railroad station where an
Inquest was held tonight. The dead man
Is known by tbe name of William Mc-
Glnnlti. alias O. W. Frank; and came
from Magdalena. N M where he Is
known as a broncho buster He Is six
feet two inohes tall weighs nbsut SCO
pounds and Ii light complexion. The other
two robber abandoned their horses and
arc being pursued In the hills by a posse
of twenty men
Later accounts of the fight irtate that
the train robbers were overtaken at about
o'clock Sunday evsnlng Inthc canyon
ten rollea above Cimarron. They were
preparing to go into camp and replied in
tho negative to a domand to surrender.
A fight then ensued In wlch about fifty
shots were exchsi.sed. .Sheriff Ed Farr
received the first wound through the wrist
but bandaged It and renewed the battle.
He was shot a second time through tbe
body and fell dead F. II. Smith nnother
member of the posso was shot through
the leg II N. Love sustained a dan-
gerous wound through the thigh. The
firing lasted about 4S minutes. SpecUt
officer Reno remained on the seene iintll
8 o'clock Sunday night and then left for
Clmorron to soeure medical aid which was
socurod at Spring"-. It took him teariy
four hour to maku tho trip to Clmnrren
a di stan co of ten miles tnrough the heavy
rain and intense darkness. Tho attacking
party consisted of Sheriff Farr. special of-
ficor W.H . Reno .of Donvor F. II. Smith
who was at Cimarron and voulnteered" to
go. II. N. Love an employee of Charles
Springer. Stockman J. H. Morgan and
Perfocto Cerdova of Colfax county N. II.
Capt Thacker special agent of the Wella
Fargo company at Springer. Under th
direction of Unltod States marshal Fora-
ker of Now Mextce.
to trade for good farm prop-
erty or inside city property.
J. M. BROOKS
si aifc it 4- tf ft i$k V t x 4k lr vk ktU '. t. .1. ..i. . a .
. ... .e.e..ess-es.ae-.-.-.ik-..i--w- " lar i
' i ' 'f ! ' 1I il iT ?7TTfTTlT'TTTT?'TriT
Is the Santa Fc. The average
temperature during the journoy
is less than that for the same
period at your home Then the
cars arc so comfortable fatigue
Is scarcely noticeable Pullman
palace and tourist sleepers aud
free chair cars on all California
trains. A. J. Cokkiks Agent
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Catarrh Cannot Itc Cutetl
with local applications as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease and
in order to cure it you must take in
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is not a quack medldtne. It was pre-
scribed by one of the best phyblciins
in this country for years and is a regu-
lar prescription It is composed of the
best tonics known combined with the
best blood purifiers acting directly on
tho muuoussurfuces. Tho perfect com-
blnatlon of tho two Ingredients is what
produces suoh wonderful results in
curing catarrh. Send for testimonlols
free. F. J Oueney & Co. Props
Sold by druggists Price 75e
itpeelal luurttt Hutet to Vulonulo
From June 25 to July 11 1800 we
will sell round trip tlcketB to Colorado
points as follows: Denver. S21 10; Col-
orado Springs 888.55 Pueblp. ao.0.1
Gleuwood Springs $32.03. Tickets
good to return up to October 31 l&oo.
A J. Corktus Agent Santa Fe Route
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hlt-the nail-un-tho-head paper out to
fit tbo wide awake farmer and villager.
Wo give the Farm Journal for tho bat-
adoe ot 18&0 and all of 10UO l'JUl lua
and 1003 nearly five years as a prize-
to every one of our subscribers who
will pay a year ahead for the Okla-
homa Weekly Leader
If interested in horses cows or
sheep tako the Farm Journal. We
will give this paper for the balance of
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nearly five years to all 6ubcriber6
new or old who pay for the Oklahoma
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.