The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 1, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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THU LEADER QUTHKIB. OKLAHOMA
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t .ataf Oiffa
Oflkial ?& f t oKldioini territory.
1 1 PRI.VTCRS
MM ( u r lltornitil Manager.
il Or if O-iiidiiw i i iitey.
Ml ls I. Ill Hi
H TI -
Ull I I
T 1 li
i t r
Am is the Hi -t
liaruf ia nil' in -i
f August and l0T
i- t lit I
Ha-nea are W-
i.i tsctlcs tn thalr
iiini ii'iinua eupervl&orshlp
si-r j- iii'lpd to sleep In 8ecre-
lenkins fiihiinp b"d
is liiyh t mho for the Captain De
i nidc' llio Kcpub.ican party to
' up ar ' r for itn rights.
i i arc
. t'ark hors?s ia Okla-
ii I'uermih as tn KBTerely
u M ntimindatloiis
i i i us n i s si-flit of tbi- fn-t that
A mm iul li. "i' liss not not i bod any-
iv tliatli. iv ill land in New York.
Whin 8i rotary Jenkina gets his
nr party in organization he should
g i&rd against confusion on the eoaeh-
"i-j Mark litmus's million dollars
rr. Mitontia) uh fund prove affeotlvo
BgamM th l'upree-AIger kiek in
W ii7sn tho veond round?
liu 'samps !) Schley controversy Iibb
I on renpeer-ct in the Bait. Up to date
the si-ore show that Sumpson has one
Ruu'le Island governor and one Matan-
rai tuule to his credit
I s hardly reasonable to expect ex-
Se rrtaryAlger to ran an extra train
equipped at his own pergonal expellee
on i the country in the interest of the
Canton major as he t'id in 1866.
vhatf.tkh charges may be brought
cct.iibt Gov. Uarnea one thing is cer-
tain lie cannot be charged with in-
gratitude and that'a something whloh
can b.- said of verv fw oflleeholdern.
lilt! At.AtiK.t IWU'UTli
Hi. Alaska bouudary troub e with
(a u.'Uia inning a somewliut erioim
a ii t tlm riMiit of a weakneaaon tho
pi ' t.f l're-'fi-iii MoKluley or rather
i ' 'In- laolf . f a little backbone at tho
i. time Uiul the preaident spoken
i n ! v to r.ivliw.d on the flrat intlma
n if thi liivpntv instead of trying
t i-iirry t u aiiJ soi lire her good will
i in-war i tl. Spain the controversy
vi ud ha.- I i'i-n settled at once and
t tie i the disputed territory
w i d nevi r liaw arisen.
XllK A A II I- UtTY or JttXKIXS.
r..ther dange has been welded to
1!ip uisorgun atiun in the Republican
ifinl h Th Uepublk-au party of Jen
ii ns r the linkiPh Republican party
i lie Utet U M Jenkins secre
ti wf thi- tiintoiy i the avowed
. a.li r of thi iilw cult and ho has
'' Md notii'i mi Caitsiiis M liarnas.
t vernor and l T Flyun dolegato
tt.at hencefni th he in "It " We glory
n Hie spunk f the tecretary. If
tLnu is one thing inure than another
th i. publ. an purty of Oklahoma Is
. uu-iof it is a narty Unaelflsbly
fit t without slinoking qualms Mr.
en Kins at-nines the role of the man
piii. the fc- i He refuses to In de-
banlnci rv mrnror and be girea it
cut ciia tli at jtarnen and Flynn ean-
c t still tin- prickings of hla eon-
! "I am tired rf incompetent
it i aimorai men in office" says Mr
i.ii.o "ui j 1 Miall not countenance
oi further i tT us to east odium on
irutoiv lie Kepnbllean party
' 'tl h )in i. ic.ptd in loir o The
pait -uust in r. rir.uued and I nro-
j. i t do t
11 tllUUgl t-
ti li.l lugs '
ii. i Mos
a purit i
Inn ui .
giury to Jenkins.
i loftier than tho
i -i'fc l'lato Moliain
1 iifuiiui He would
I' i ' a tn i he rushes
' ' ha larw'e irob of
fc 1 1 i mi ani' Ai gin Suxin
av i v eoi i
. ve6 1
s may i
i uitiler' i
' tn b
K" .1 to I
i it ins' fin
a 'I up his nejfive shirt
i niioal student nf pyll-
r. h Mr Jnkius did
i in 'ormulau Ian nw
Why forh.-otu! in
n .nli r u in a a to perforce
a following Things
' n the lat of Mr.
lit- aw placed in otllce
iiispeaibiiibiri to be a delegate
' 'ii IH'Jtt 111 nuui CjllVlUllUll bloom-
.i the b. inurj'k miud. Having
ii-ii ap aiun'i sulliiieiicy of sjwtla
Jcusias tssays the role of reform-
atio' his iii n' iiirity and ootnpe-
t. v in otn.e tiulding ringsout clearly
iicimet y Mr Jenkins is really
v v r
. a worlin fur fatur reforms the
ec itiarj in s uUt loug and Joud
an. ust the aipoiatKent of Geo. Out-
sell as teiihi.s supervisor. He deslg
nausUutee i "immoral and lntom-
petem." jud has fll.d his dlsapproNft
at Washington Bmce Governor
Barnes and Uelegate Fiynn liave both
inr -i fit.. t. il . . ?
endowed OuUeit it i patent that
neitner of these gentlemen will be
factors In Jenlin.' new orgauiiatloc
It is eesy to see hw llarpes could b
dnened with but aow a R.
' ... ""
publican party could be uaue to prety
"Honest Labor B$hrs
a Lovely Face1'
There is nothing more
pleasing to look upon than a
hearty ruddy face gained by
honest toil. They are the
saving of the nation these
toilers of both sexes strug-
gling for daily bread.
Tiit blood mkrs them He to keep up
ths dsAy round of dnty at horn shop or
ttort. If the blood has x tstnt & im-
parity or a run down feeling comts on
the one remedy is Hood's Ssrsap&rUla
Amcrtcs.'s Greatest Medicine tor the blood.
Poor Blood " blood wos so
poor 4' m hottest wcAther I felt cold.
Hood's SA'SAparitti made me amrm. It is
tht rtfht thine m the tight plAce." Hsttie
J. Ttylor Woodstenn. N J.
llvri i tie lion Irrltbtlna n3
MtjTraUMttlc to Uke Hh " il -""'l'"-1"'
per wttbout Klyim sditucult tounder-
atand Flynn is the Republican party
that is no exactly the mar but
the grinning fake be operates on th
homesteaders of the territory every
twoyearf labeled free homes Despite
the fact that the Democratic and pop-
u'ist platforms have stronger free
homes planks than that of the Repub-
lican party Flynn nevertheless ha
copyrighted the "idea" as his own.
and eauh and oyory campaign ho goes
to congress with tho asurnneo that
"free homes 1 only a matter of a few
weeks." If Mr. Jenkins Iiob the tem-
erity to organize a newer Republican-
ism and eternally eschews Flynn and
hie free homes aan' what does ho
expect to U6e as the vital fore of the
While the Demoerate of Oklahoma
have every reaiu to predict Demo
crat e victory next year they do not
ask for a unanimous vo'dict from tho
people but would rather have suffi-
cient opposition to give a small degroe
of teat to the campalcn. Since Okla.
horaais overwhelmingly anil-gold and
anti-trust and blnue the leadtrsof the
national Republican party refuse to
make a stand on the question of im-
perialism it is clear that Secretary
JenkinB will havoon his hands a party
without a platform or principle.
Flynn's free homes bugal-oo Is yel-
low with age tie true and no thinking
man in Oklahoma believe a Republi-
can congress will pass a f cc homos
bill yet nevertheless and notwlth
standing a congressional osmpaign In
Oklahoma without Flynn and hlsfroe-
hoinrs tiles would simply be another
ease of a llamlotleas Hamlet. While
we glory In tho moral and competent
spunk of Mr. Jenkhia yet we ate con-
strained to believe Hint his new or
ganisation is doomed to en count r
breaker-. Republican reformers arc
great indorsora. .Tonkins' party
would naturally be obliged to endorse
somethinsr or somebody. If MeKin-
ley's cenhiM bureau appoints Outcelt.
the Jenkina party could not conacien
tlously endorse the national adminis-
tration and for I he same reason only
tho Jenkins und of the territorial ad
ministration oould bo endorsed. 'Tis
true the new party oould imlorso At
torney Qeuerai Ounnirgham for allow-
ing hlmsolf to be reappointed by the
tfoveruor snd several members of the
late unlomented assembly could be
'ndoraed for allowing Mr. Jenkins to
otcapo nn invefctlgatiouless iureatlga-
ilon hut theso Indorsements however
cordial they might be would not
atone for the stud cd si ghts to tho ad
miuis'ratlou huads aud without the
administration beads tho ambitions of
Secretary Jenhins.touohlng the matter
cf national convention delegate
would not be Jul filled. While wo ooi -tlnne
to admire the tpunk of the am-
bitious secretary we fer such a
Flynnleis and Ilamesless party as he
seaKa to organise would not ttand
hitehed. Th Seott end of the partv
beivg tied with an interview would
be tractable enough but the secretary
does not pause to Mnslder that Fly tin
and Barnes and (Jrlmes who have fed
long at tht job counter would not be
content to flounder abont without the
pale of a party. He has not made
provision to prevent them breaking in
We eouf ess Secretary Jenkins possesses
a ulear eleau-cut analytical und
executive tnlud but we fear even
these qualities will be taxed beyond
their strength when he atteaipU to
i mw a Republican party on tne Re-
publiesiiH of Oklahoma that does not
aonldln an administration endorsement
and a free homua will o' the wisp
Clovolai.il Itaihviy Sfrlko.
Cleveland July U.-Whether the boy-
cott an the Bis Consolidated street rail-
way company t having any offset or net
tat company shows so Imlleatin of a q
ire t chance lu policy with reapeot to
directors of the company was bald tla
auernuon ai its conclusion rraatqent
Jlenry A. Everett was asked If the strike
had been disouiaal.
:'Ineldent&Uy it was" was sis reply.
"Is it the Intention of the company to
move for a settlement of the striker was
"No" said 1'reiUont Everett "We are
coins ahead as we have bees coinr. w
I ere hlrinr new men all the time and we
now have nearly all we a.nt Some of
the new men are oelns dliebarted when
found not to be the men wo want and
othors put In their places. We are satli.
fled with tho situation"
On the other hand the leaders of the
strike profen to bo very much encourag
ed by tho worklm: of the boycott and
te7 W y " surely win. because
they decJrw' th pubU; J wlth thera The
Prtc'd0nt..Cf l9 UrUo. h" bem buy
bU Ustonlng to the complaints of
aerchants and other who claim they
havo been boycotted without warrant
and when he discovers that the person
"J10 complains it insat of the chare
tavia rtdda. on Wr eoMUoU4
car te give notice to unlos rates ao.
I&unklra !f Y July si-aftlnk RrtT.t!a9
an acrnout agad 30 years iraa driannd In
Flndley lake near this oltv todoy Ho
maJo an ascension In ft billo.in find drop-
ped with a p.arftehut int tn 'ike tt-n
ft height of 3000 feot
Versailles Ky . July 11 ITon J C S
Ttlackburn has heen a verv elck man sine t
yesterday. He hi much bettor today an i
his phrmeinns Iwlleve that ho will rm jhlr
to (tit up bv Wettnesday or Thursday
The senator suffered nn attack of con-
gestion qt the kidneys.
lotvdon. A'ljtust 1 According to th
Itome corfeepondent of tho Standard the
rn Is about to send a letter to the
blshor nf Uelg'um nnd The 'Not8ierin0a
proJettnirJ'nlnst the exclusion at the
Vatican fromrlie Hague conference and
the refuiwl f pcrmlss'on to the pope to
grve adhesion to the protu"' '.I the
New York Jj'v atThe garment work-
ers m the eastern dlstrat t Brooklyn
have followed theaxample of thoi tn th
Iirownavtile d vrlet Neirly S.W) mem
teri of the ;nJpemletit rarmea w.rk
n union went out tfrjay They demand
a ten hour worktng dy operators to be
paW SIS a week preesera from IU to 115
a wek and flnlslter from 19 to 112
In other perls of Creator New York
the strike Is apparently drawing to i
cose and in the way the strikers hoped
Washington. July Jl Commissioner
denwat Powtierly of the immigration bu-
reau 1m dtrwted that the sixteen Flllp'-
m irtar who have beon detalnel at
San rrancktco for some ttme prdlnk'
the ntttemerrt of the nuet1on of tholr
tiarht to land be relented nnd pbrlnMed
to continue 4helr ourney to Onu'm
where thev h'ax-e ben engaged by t'le au
ho-H1.i as a feavture 6f the expoitiun
now in progrens.
Iexlngton K July Jl. The state con-
ference of antl-Oeobol democrats will bo
called to order Wednesday afternoon. So
far It counties have Instructed delegates
to be present nnd on tho basis of the
Loulsvlllo convention this will mean about
M delegates Several other counties will
hold conferences Tuesday .and it is ex-
pectel that fully 500 delegates will be
present Major r Johnston has loft the
city and will not bo at tho convention
but ex-governor Brown Is expected.
PACKING IIOUS15 WILL IlESUME.
Kansas Ctt Mo. July 31 The Schwartz
seild & Shulzberger packing plant which
has been idle for several days throwing a
thousand men out of work will resume
operations tomorrow morning the com-
pany having ensented to take th-? union
men back pending a settlement of the
grievances of the tallow workers whose
wall; out caused the company to shut
down the plant.
Secretary Bishop of the state board
of arbitration argued I nthe city today
to look over the situation. He salt) he
was willing to undertake an investigation
of the strike If one was desired. He had
a MnfafnniiA HVi PrpuMpnt T!vrtt hut
refused to say what transpired. It is ln-1
timatod that he may visit the strlko
leaders In the morning.
Cleveland July 31-The strlko leaders
today called upon the owner of the Ho-
tel Oarlock tlnd asked him to no longer
permit denersl Manager Douglass of the
Illg Consolidate dim rsslde there. Thoy
mt with a prompt refusal .tho ownor
nnd manager of the hotel telling the
leaders that no body would bo put out
an Ions: as he obeyed -the rules of the
London Ky July SI Robert and Carl
Baker two well known characters who
tmve nerured prominently tn the Howard-
Bilker Clay county feud have enlisted 'n
the Ulmed States army. They left h.re
:at night for Fort Thomas. Robert Ba-
ker wss placed In the command of the
troops onllsfid here 70 In number many
ot whom wrr Clay county boys.
San Franolsco July 31 Admiral Kauts
today raised his. flag on the battlesnlp
Iowa whieh s now the flagship or he
Pacific squadron. The Phlladelril.'i his
formes' flagship to undergoing rejwt'ri at
Mare Island. The Iowa has gone to the
I'n'ou Iron works to take on a porCon of
her armament whleh was left hcr when
she re. ently aatled for tho dry do;k at
Minneapolis July 31. A. A Hansen
who started to break tho 1.000 world's rec-
ord Sunday finished COO miles at 8-30 this
evening breaking tho national COO miles
record by eleven hours and one minute.
Hansen's time Is 38:30. The former tme
was held by H. C Ouernce of Ihlr city
at 49:31. Hansen is riding In excellent con
dltion and the present lndlcatlnm tire he
will break the record he Is afte- between
ten and fifteen days.
Berlin July 31. In replying to a recent
memorial of the Industrial leagu m-
phUnlnc of the Dingley tariff and the un-
satisfactory state of tho commercial rcla.
ttons between the United States and Ger-
many Count Posadowsky-WeUnee m-
perlnl secretary of state for the Interlir
says he has read the memorial with tRe
greatest lntorost and will submit the com-
plaints to the other government dspart-
menu and to the bundesratb-
Boston. July 31 The eastern tennis
ehatnftionatr'p In doubles was won today
In the Kew Slncland tournament at Long-
wood by the Harvard team H Ward and
D. F. Davis who had no difficulty In dis-
posing of C. R Budlong and Beats
Wright !n straight sets. Ward and Davis
durtnar the tennis week at Newport will
mt H. H. Haokett and P. W. Allen the
Yale pair who won the western champion
ship at Chicago and the winners will be
entitled to play Ware and Sheldon for
ib net onal championship.
Montreal Jul 11 The president of tho
Jacques Car tier. Senator Des Jardlnes
announced tonight that that Institution
would suspend payment in tho morning.
There was a run on the bank today
oaused by depositors being rendered un-
easy through the failure of the Banque
Ville Marte last week The bank's capi-
tal is t5WW0 md It has a reserve of JIM.-
K wHh a note elreulation of about JM0.-
0 Besides the head official of the bsnk
has fourteen branehes located In he su-
burbs of oMntreal and In the town of the
piovinre of Quebec
Hurrestprs Killi'd by
An FxplnddiR Nnilrr
White Cloud Mich.. July Jl.-Shortly
after a threshing crew had started to
work today at Big Prarls eight miles
east Engineer Crabtree noticed .hat the
water In the boiler was low. The flro was
raked out and the engineer turned more
water in the boiler. Almost insratly the
boiler exploded killing Charles Kalght
Alfred Height Charles Crabtree Bert j t
Bauer ceci! Priest and KayseoBd ltawe
Instantly. Ocorge Overly was o badly
Injured that ho cannot recover. Oscar
Evans had bis leg broke. Three of the
men left families. The ecyle-sloB blew
the esgino ISO feet -driving cut tirrougfc
a barn and carrying half of Uw separate
through the ban Wrtk H.
ii i an f-x-
i f. hrr-
' I i com
and foot as
it ncti by
di lining dis-
ease or weak
cannot be a bppy wife or
mother he cannot be an
cflUittit housekeeper she
cannot lie s wemsn at all
in ativ complete or satis
I wn nflbcted fot seven
teen month write MM
Elliabtth J Ballard of Winnie Bladea Co
DC Iib slgnlficsnt letter to Dr rietce
of Buff ilo N Y. " I wa confined tp the hone
and va.-d all the time 1 could not be on ray
I feet but a very little I couU cot Utt the wetem
of acupurcouecand did not naty kibsiu io
petc mo-e than a few word at a time
Wt ried three doctors and a lot of caint
medicine -wh-h cot over on' hundred and
twenty-five dollcrs ui I found t- r.iitf I had
lost nil hope of etr cttttuK .n tx-tter when my
ftteniK advlted m to tefce It llerce; medi-
cine My husband u'.i m wmiM try thst neTt
He irot me hve bottles of Faor te Prescription
and three or Golden Medics' Disrovery I
cummenced taWng thee inerfKine and seon
found relief When I had taken ooe Dottle of
each I walked half a mile to churth
I commenced taking it the first of January
1S97 the first of the foftowing June I took my
cooking In hand and have cooked for eleven iu
family all through the summer It wa Dr
Pierce's medicine that gave me all the Tellef I
have received I recommend It to all Mflenug
females for it i hla medicine and the help of
God that has rentorrd mr
livery suffering woman 111 this ld
should write to Dr Tierce and learn how
certainly he can help her to health and
strength It costs nothing to wtite nnd
receive entirely free the advice of one of
the most experienced phvmcisns in thin
country. His great thousand page bonk the
Common Sense Medical Adviser will be
sent free for 21 one-cent stamps the bare
cost of mailing
Simlo DoinliiKrt Swept
by a llnrrlpnnf .
Fort Do France July 31 News la ar-
riving slowly owing to the occurrence In
Sont Domingo on Friday last of a violent
hurricane whleh cathed Immense dam-
age Three large schooners which were tn
tho Roadsted ot Santo Domingo were
wrecked and only one man of the crews
of three voosels was a ed
After striking Santo Domingo the hurr -cane
moved to the northeast devtastatlrg
the country between Santo Domingo and
Cotlu Torty-four miles from the capital
The full extent of the damage is not
The latest advices from Santo Domingo
report that General "Wenceslayo Figucroe
the vice president urged by a number of
his friends has accepted the presidency
promising to retain the present conserva-
tive ministry in office Pending the meet-
ing of congress Gen Tlguereo win ns
sume full responsibility nnd power
Only In the environs of Moca is the ag -tatlon
caused by the assassins and the'
friends apparent and it It said that the
partisans of tho government aro Increas-
ing In .numbers.
The governor of Moc. has taken meas-
ures for the preservv:e of order and
great activity Is displayed by the troops
Active preparations are being made with
a view to eurroundlng the enemy and to
repulse art attack which It Is thought the
may make at any moment.
At Han Loremzo De Quaj'uWnr the gov
ernor has appealed to all the people of the
city to pledgo themselves to co-opera t
In the maintenance of order
Commerce Is paralysed throughout ti
5pypn DphiIis n( Hampton Yu.
Washington July 31. The latest official
advices received up to S o'clock tonight
show a total e!" thirty-five oases and seven
deaths from yjUow fever at tho soldiers'
hamo at Hampton. Va One new case
dcvoloped at tho home today. Thus far
the disease has been confined to the home
but all surrounding towns are excited and
a vigorous quarantine is being maintain-
ed. Dr. Wasdln of the marine hospital
service Is now In charge ot affairs at
Hampton and is working in co-operation
with the local boards of health. He was
strengthening the cordon about the town
of Phoobus. Which he reports as being in
a bad sanitsry condition. The fact that
only one new ease appeared today la en-
couraging to tho officials hero wbo are
taking every measure to prevent a spread
of the disease. They feel that th. fact
that the affected locality is In the hands
of the government awd under one manage
ment will be of great value in dealing
with the scourge and enable better results
to be obtained than where epidemics
break out in commercial places
Sups Prominent Christian
Boston. July 81 The Globe tomorrow
will say: Mrs Josephine Woodbury for
some years an ardent dlsolple ot Christ-
ian sdene has entered suit against Mrs.
Eddy and her chief advisers for alleged
libel Seven separate suits are brought.
Mrs. Mary Bailer Eddy is sued for NeO.-
000: the First Church of Chrl'tlnn Scient-
ists tor 1100000; Ira Stephen A. Osse. col-
lectively as directors William It. John-
son Joseph Armstrong and Stephen A.
Knapp for $60000: S K Hanna for M.6W;
Wm. P. MeKenzIe Thomas M. Hatton
and Joseph Blade trustees and managers
of tho publication business it the ohureh
collectively for Jtt.000; Joseph Armstrong.
business manager of the Chrlstlin Selene
Journal for JS5.0Q9 and John "W. Header
In the couse of a statement given out
by Frederick Peabody. Miss Woodbury's
attorney he says the suit la based upon
the utterances of Mrs. Body at the recent
annual meeting of the Christian solsntlsts
Columbus. JUly 31-1:93 trot purse JS.m.
The Abbot won to strulgltt heats. Time
5:en. 3-OTVi. H. JSQgle Flanagan eeooud
Mamie Pattrrsri third
t 11 fMtce. purse JJ.608- lie Fltzeimmons
won ia stratgfat heats Time 3tOT !:'
3.09. Falrvlew second: Blaze Boy third.
3.33 pace purse (8.000; Shade On won
first fourth and fifth heats. T'mo MN.
I:1T. ::lSVi MeClemes Boy second; Beaity
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117 8 3d Street
QUTHKIH O. T
J) ALE & B.ERER
AKUBItSON lllJIOIKO OKLAHOMA AVE
18S EAST riARllISON AV?DB.
Tht- Farm Journal is the bailed down
hit-tbe nail-on tint liesd p-pir out to
fit the wide awake farmer and villager
We k'lve the Farm Journal for tho bal-
atlce of 16(9 and ull of- iWQ. 1001. 100'.'
and 10t)3 nearlo five years as a prize
to every one of our subscribers who
will par n. vear ahead for the OVJa-
o a WeaV.lv Leadtr.
Job Printing Department '
rtt?ij.vctl a fresh lino of tho vSryUateftf
; . iV'KRCHvNTS NEIiDING
iXli I'TER HEADS BILL HEADS
; NQTEHEADS ENVELOPES
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l'i 1. pliorie 71
W. Dai nt M D . Rei 410 B. Noble.
JJ1ATT & BAKER
Ofjji&e fver WMealor's Dng Store.
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TRANSFER ANO COAL.
OPFIGK AKD YARDS:
S0C Wt it Harrison Street.
. . . TELEPHONE. ?0
to AdvcrtlM mnU- In tbls co'umn c per line
at.b insertion Mo adverttaetnent taken for
ln tban '4h 1 i.nls.
"Mnner to patent aoott ideas may be sec
ured 'i our aid. address TUB PATENT U-
QORD. Baltimore. Md "
WANTt.P-Te trade lJcr farm lu Lin
Coin county fnrOuthrlr property.
WANTIX-potlia of clean cotton rairs.
Apil to foreman of the Leader press room.
WAHTE?J-ie9 Subscribers for the Okla
noma iastSTflpe7cni Ana me rirm Jvurn
si ave years for sve
Sample copies on ap-
FKb Kov boys and Rtrls. a beautiful
soi'u k-x4t! soell onillant lluby or Topaz
Tittany Settlog GuirdUtcert to wear for
tears. FKKE far selling U0 Mrstlc Pens for
it crh. Send name and address. Will
iftod I'cas when srtlil Tlemlt u II and get
e rlnePl? O. UUHTEu IW Smltn btrcet
WAKTKD--llrlEht tv.v to canvass tor the
Qkianoaia Weekly Leader and Atlanta Con
stitution uoou pav 10 rignt party.
mu BpQs my ra
every ireokif ou sellRTARK TREES. Out
Btfrs-e BTA UK yritaiiltY. tuskUna o
nii I'ubll.Ucd in Guthrto Dally Leader
July VI. 1899.
T" Whom it Wav Cooeeru.
smiles is- hurehv eiven that In Ar.-h-
bthfa day tilfil alt petitinn in sell at re-f
tan ipiMiuou. Yiu.-ui una man liquors in
Cre nt.r.ngan cnuniy Oklahoma and that
unless objection be filed in or before tht. th
unless oojecuon oe nito in or befor
day of August A.O 150 said pet
h granted h. P MO
Qutarie. Okia July SI ItW- Com
99 9Q 99'i
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St Louis and'
Take tho most popular route
The Frisco Line v a
on WICHITA to
and all points East
nnd all points North and tjrint
Pasenger train leaves O-latommCify
p 15 a. m arrives iu St. Lcnib-Ul tol-
ling morning- 7 15 am. Pa mmg r
train leaves bt. Louis at Si 30m. .n ar-
rives In Oklahoma CitjtUiQ.fDllowinir
evening at 6. 20. p.m. Close connections
are mado with the State Ho both at
Oklahoma City and Wichita.
0ur tra n service iu unsurpassod
Wocairy latest Improved seat and
chair cars also the Luxurious Pnllmau
Observation Sleepers. Are you plan-
ning an outing.
has a world wide reputation as a wou-
ful Health and Pleasure Resort the
curative properties of whose waters
have no equal on the American cor tl
jioct and the grandeur of the scenery
surpsssas that of Colorado.
When purchasing your tickets see
that they read via the Frisco Line.
For further particulars as to rteo
time etc. apply to
B. F. DUNN. T. F. p. A..
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 1, 1899, newspaper, August 1, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74599/m1/2/: accessed May 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.