The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 58, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 8, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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TH& LEADER GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA.
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n i return is follow
Kate .n)f and retui iiiiiif via same
ecl i nt. u itli no Hop u r allowed
. eithl r a etion S36 S'
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. but Mtb the prrriuve o( blop
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tota!.r drawn through Huffan
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"oipp ore elreclroute and rcturnine
i an l lit i diroit roul nith the
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1 ick tc is U Lt on sale vt plombrr 1
and . n ( d to return leaving Phll-
l. Iphla i f iiitu r 1 ' but bv depo-
i k tit i i- ' ah joint agent on ."cpl
i to ytl ai d tho payment of .".(lets
extenau n will bo nlvon until tiept.
lor further particular ell on r
MrrM A J ( orkina agent Santa 1 e
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can suit you both as
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i -tenls Sinter Reder waa 41 youth
old ntid an sctlTe member of the Re-
becca lorye of Odd Fellowa Her bus
band escorted ber to Island park and
on ibe way made the esouie that he
bad forgotten the tickets
on returning to tne bouse a
uim llpht wm a tiied. Being afraid
to enter the house Mr Iteder coaxed
hid wife to see what whs the matter.
She entered and turrit dip the light
and beheld the tdght of many merry
maker It was some time before she
cot 1 i collect htr thi i uhts 1 tie even
Ing was spent plraeai.ti? and refresh
tnenls were s rred Everyone enjoyed
themselves and Slater Reder i all
A marrUge Ii en was Ihsued to J
S Lamar and .lonnlo Myeri who 'ive
out on Bear creek.
Weekly Leader one yew uid Farm
ourn&l five years for only "0c
If you want a good well-
Farm call on
Is the height t.l perfec
tlon This Flour is made
in o( the best Minnesota
Mills in the Northwest
and we will guarantee the
jjiadc to ba equal and
even stronger than Gold
It is Guaranteed to
Yours to plcaso
III01I OUADi: (1H01KRIKS
PKAHJi OP SAVOV.
Dnitnu I'rcaenteil by tlio
As soou as the olcotrlc lights wcro
turned on latt evening the crowds
commenced to rush to Island park to
wltuess the performance of the open
ing night of the Spoonor dramatic
company. This company has been
here in the past and Ithcir reputation
has been ostablishcd for high class
Last evening that pretty Uvo act
drama "Tho Pearl of Savoy" was
presented to standing room only.
Mlts Alllo Spooner us Mario Pearl
Pearl of Savoy did soma exceptionally
fine acting. Poverty caused the BWeot
girl to leave her mother the priest
warned her of the scheme concosted
to ruin her The parting scene when
Marie takes leave of her mother and
the mother's bleslng bestowed on her
departing daughter "Be honest vir-
tuous and industrious" caused tears to
How from the audience
To Bhow what wlno and women w II
do Annette by Delia Mae Wilson pre-
sented it true to nature In the third
act But the best of all was the act-
ing of Maria in the fourth act when
she heard the chimes announcing the
approaching marr ape of Annette to
her Arthur Here she lost her mind
and her inkanlty was richly portrayed.
It I a strong company and Ailie
Spooner Is up to data The specialties
Tonight will be presented "Tne
Lawyer's Wedding or a Hasty Mor
rlnge ' You will laugh all night
Uo down to the park and bi? enter-
tained while you have the opportunity
All r.iiiiiitlry irorc rath on AMlifrj
puxus liTKAM LAVsnnr
can fit them with
'ou "vill pay sonvs traveline- optician. Work eruaranteed one year.
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A petition Is be Eg circulot d" pray-
ing that Pona City be incorporated
as a city of the first class.
Ponca Cltv's star twlrler. J. A.
Beedle hns "returned from Guthrie
whero ho hns b'en doing phenomenal
work for ttio b-ys at thai pUuo. This
afternoon ho received n telegram from
PitUllolc). Ill Informing hliu of the
serious illness of h n"?tber km be
left for thst place
J. W. Henderson of Tawne rs.s in
Perry Tuesday on his wsy home from
Outhrle where be bad been o i railroad
bu inoee He hsd the rond In bis
pocket und wss verv enthuslastlu orui
his possessions Sentinel
M ss Hattle llnnl returned from her
seten weeks Tislt to California aud
other western states. ihe Is enthusi-
astic In praise of hi r trip. Miss Flor
once Uadioy dIJ Lot return tolth her
Cullens Bros enormous shows will
exhibit at Kingfisher August 10
Laht month was a record breaker
so fardrcnchlng was concerned In Ok-
lahoma. The chief of the weather and
crop bureau at Oklahoma City reports
that the rainfall was (I 17 inches which
Ib the greatest for the month of .July
since the establishment of the OUIa
homu station lu some localities the
wet weather did iniieh good but In
others It damaged the crops. The
r.vers and stroaiiia nil went an the
rampage and several llvoe woio lost in
the high water.
In the broad prairie land between
the two branches of he Chiksbka river
whero two months ago a few sod
houses were the only signs of life is
now a thriving town of 800 hustling
souls. The town came with tha Hutch
inson & Southorn railroad and started
out in truo Oklahoma stylo 1 has
been Darned "Virginia" after the state
from which several of the railroad's
Tho Enid Wave says : The expert
accountant Patterson has made his
report to the county Lommlsbionors iu
the county c erk's plliou matter. The
doors were locked but It leaked out
that Patterson's report makes many of
tho old county o Moors defaultarb from
8000 to 80000 It is said that Mhj find-
ings of Patterson present an "awful
dishonest state of affairs and trouble
Is feared by both Republican and fusion
county officers Hold your breath aud
l'Sten to the rumbling aud tumbling
of the earth
Affidavits and letters alleging Out-
celt's fitness to be uppolnted cmsua
supervisor have been received In Wash
ington from all parts of the territory
and will bs submitted to offset the
charges preferred ugalnst him.
WantedGood solicitor and collec
tor Address C Leader office
II0AIM) OF HEALTH
Routine Utislnetj of the Regular Quar-
Tho territorial board of health met
today and the regular routine business
Dr Van Brunt was appointed niper-
intcndent of health of Blaine county.
Dr. Ilond.-lx of Weatherford was
made vice president of the board of
health for Custer county.
Tha resignation of Dr. Thacker of
Lexington as president of the board
of hoalth of Cleveland county was ac-
cepted. Mr Wolls sold his lot on East Okla-
homa avenue this morning for 81300.
Take the most popuiar route to St.
Louis and all points cast Kansas City
and all points 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 KansaB City mall and
express leaves Oklahoma City at 9:15
every morning; leaves St. Louis at 8.10
every evening and arrives at Oklahoma
City at 8 30 the following evening.
Through reclining choir cars with-
out change Pullmam palace sleepers
from Monett to St. Louts and Kansas
City You can secure berths before
Further information will bo cheer
fully given by the nearest agent or
B V Dunn T. P. and P A.
In ron SNiii.n G. P. A.
St Louis Mo.
The editor of the Farm Journal
asks "Why have a mortage on the
farm poor crops rheumatism sour
bread grip leak in the roof hole in
the pocket skeleton In the closetr or
any other pain or trouble when you
can got tho Farm Journal for tho
balance of 1899 and all of 1000 1001
1602 and 1W3 nearly Uvo years ly
paying a year In advance for Okla
This you ?nn do If you
are uot to late
Do you keep chickens? Then you
ought to nave the Farei Journal. We
give it in clubbing with the Oklahoma
Weekly Loader both for the price of
our paper only. Pay up a year ahead
and the Farm Journal will come for
tho balance of 1809 and all of 1000
1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five years
and get to you If you are ou this conti-
nent IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE?
am making arrangements
to bring homeseekers to Ok-
lahoma Any one desiring to
sell their farm will doi well to
list with me at once.
Ii. Ii. HAGAN.
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Glasses and do it right at
Patronize the park and tho play
D. H. Goodc the grocer has sold
A world of abstracting is being done
vi itronson's otiiao.
The street fair sol lei ting committee
is getting there.
The majority of the roals leading
Into towu ire laipawablo
The opera house reeelTfd It grsde
Ibis morning and dirt is flying
A band of Iowa Indian farmers were
in the city' last evening on a trading
J. B. Freeman will put another story
to his brick block over Wallaee'e drug
E P Burllngame
morning on a tour
went irorth this
for health Jand
The lout report of Cliorles D Snow
A Co. ohows thst tUlahomu leads tn
wheat oats and oorn
Dr. J. L Molvin received a
annonnolng thedeoth of Mr
mother In California.
City engineer Fonoart is preparing
the advertisement fi r permanent sldo
walks not eontructed for.
Tho bost lad'e of Oklahoma City
are members of Hie flower parade
committee of the street fair.
Out of forty-threo Hastern families
W. M. Spurlook sold them twonty Lo-
gan farms und rontod six
The Shawneo Ileal Ustato Aasocia-
tlon Is running Eastern excursions Into
Shawneo twice a mouth and Ib making
The Weinberger Bros bought lot &
In block 50 Bast Guthrie yesterday
"" 3u.u irum nurraen uccuciueyer a
orotber of Utto.
" Stop Beeslo What are you pound-
ing your little brother for?" "Iinnm..
ho s sure to do something he ought not
iu uuuut iwo minutes.
The Times Democrat of Pawnee
clipped a half column of railroad news
from the Leader and credited it to the
State Cupital That is uot a fair deal
Tho Fair received nnothor large
shipment of glassware this week which
will bo pushed off on tho 17th. At a
rdceut sole 2400 pieces went In three
II G. Trosper membor of the first
legislature from Oklahoma City was
robbed of 8550. Tho money was in his
trousers pocket under his pillow and
taken while he was asleep.
Tho bridges leading into tho clt
northeast of town north on Division
street and by the fair grounds are In
a dangerous coni?ltI6n. The county
commissioners should look up the re
Win Campbell has opened a short
order lunch order In Ritterbusch'e
saloon on Oklahoma avenue Bi')
located a lot? miles east of the United
States land oBlco on opening day and
lost it He is entitled to patronage
Gen W. M Bruce the real estate
rustler of Perry was In the city last
evening on business with a number of
Eastern speculators who desired Logan
county farms On his farm in tho htrip
he threshed 20 bii(.hels of wheat per
acre. Ho left foi Galveston to take a
bath hi the gulf for a week.
City Attornoy Johnston of Perry
won outyostordsy boforo Chief Justico
Burford Tho Perry Water and Llpht
Company broiwht a mandamus sul'
against the city of Parry to compel Hit
the council to levy an additional tax
for water purposes Judge Burford
refused to grant tho peremptory writ
Tho energetic 11. J Barker the pol-
itician farmer and breeder of Here-
ford cattle of Crescent City is In the
city. Ho says the roads havo been
Improved so that heavy loads'may now
be hauled oyer them. He also re
marked that "Oklahoma has nevoi
shown to better advantage than now
The Sll Dixon flour train is going
and don't forget it August 15th If
Hennessey don't respond soon she will
only get a passing notice. It will not
cost 8-100 on'y $200 is asked. Honnes
spy cannot aflotd to lot Enid and Kmg-
flshet go by without representation
and decoration In the train. This will
be a general advertisement of the tar
rltory Uonnessey Pross Democrat.
C. T. Taliaferro the colored orator
of Perry vice president of the terri-
torial colored protective association
WdB iu tha city last ovening on his
way to the 5th annual meeting at
Kingfisher. The association is six
hundred strong and the object la to
advance the best interests of the race
Intellectually morally cocially and
religiously E I Saddler of Guthrie
Jake Spldle the noted Republican
Democrat Populist Prohibitionist
and Woman's Hulfroglst was murder-
ed at Mnnchestor Grant county by S
E. Stono on July 22 Old Jake was a
natural born thlof and ho "got thore"
iu every political party. He was
sharp with tils noodle but could uuX
write his name Very few men could
force themsolvoa on a party and be
elected like Old Jake
Dr. llomor Mead of Camdon 111.
formerly a medical examiner in the
ponslon department at Washington Is
in tho city stopping with some of his
old comrades of the civil war renew-
ing old ties and taking in tho scenes
of Oklahoma for the first time. The
doctor Is in no hurry and will remain
sometime among us. IIo is rooming
at the home of Joseph Mponuy one of
his old comradeB on North Division
The J'ltfrimuir of (he OriiMc Jfcuorn to
Colorado via Hit Santa Fe Haute
In August will afford an excellent
opportunity for everyone who has uot
yet taken his vacation or who may
desire another outing to do so at min-
imum expense- The Santa Fo will
tickets to Denver Colorado Springe
and Pueblo and return for ?33 10 on
August 5 0 and 7. Ttoko's will be
limited to August 31. The Santu Fe
will run a special train of Pullmans
which will leave Kansas City at 11 So
p in August 6 Side trips to points
of interest have been arranged n&
favorable ra'es will bo made to those
who lake this train A J Corkins
agent Guthrie will be glad to furnish
copy of itinerary sell tickets reserve
berths and supply information.
Farm Journal for the balance of 180
and all of 1900 1901 1902 and 1903
nearly five years to every subscriber
who will pay one year In advance for
the Oklahoma Weekly Leauar. No
better farm paper than the Farm
Jourunl This offer is only made to a
limited number -tho first who come
half the price
I Town Topics-!
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To bring back vigor and happiness
drink Pabst Bost Tonic
Harper and Carl one door West
of the 0yolonat conduct one of
tho best appointed barber shops
In Guthrie. Their aim is to please
BALLARD'H SNOW LINAMEST
gives Instant relief in esses of bleed
ing burns brulee scalds cute etc.
Price i" a-id 50 oente. Sold by F B
Llllie & Co and Wheeler & 8on
cent oi tne people nave
mot in the tilaari. anrl Ihli
.erne kina of humor
'H8 mint dlnraH Hood a Sarcanarllla
t-uresthese diseases by expelling tho humor.
Hood's P11U are non-trrltatlnfr and the
cfllT pills to take with Hood i SarsaparllU
Spalding' baseball goods and Wright
ft Detteon's tennis at Olsmlth's.
HER3INE 1 well adapted to the
eiire Of fevers of all kinds because it
thoroughly cleanses the Btomach and
bowels of all bilious humors and ex-
pels oil Impure socretlons from the
boMy. Price 80 cents. Sold by P. B
Llllie A Oo. and Wheeler & Son.
Twenty-llvo dollars will get you an
up to date hammerloss double barrel
shot gun this season at OlRtnlth's.
For Uent-Purjitshed south room
bath room adjoining. 117 east Noble
avenue Mrs S K. VanVoerhees.
Where the dlgostion Is good and the
general powers of the system In a
healthy condition worms can Und no
habitation in the human body.
villll (JU1SAM VKUIFUOE not
only destroys every worm but corrects
all derangements of tho digestive or-
gans. Price 25 cents. Sold by F. B.
Llllio .fe Co. andWheclor & Son.
FOR SALEi-SIx room house
finely finished good well barn picket
fence located on corner. Will sell at
a bargain. Inquiro at 110 Oklahoma
ovenne D. II. Goodk.
Tor Sale West Guthrio grist mill.
AJo good stock farm five miles from
Mnlhall. Adjtre Emll Utc Guthrio
Joseph Ttodgere'aud George Woslfn.
holm's 1 L. pookot knives at OI.
Don't forget that Ritzhaupt's
Merchant's Lunch from 11:30 to
2 o'clock daily are popular dur-
ing the heated term. Tha large
power fans keep the aafe cool and
You might try a cigaf at Olsmlth's
the next time you want to smoke and
feel the better for it
No one knows the unbearable tor
ture the peculiar and agonizing pain
caused by piles unless they have suf
ferod from them Many bollovo them
incurable. This is a mistake. Proper
treatment will cure tbem TABLER'S
BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is an
Infallib-e cure. Price 50 c. in tubes 75c.
Sold by T li Llllie & Co and Wheelor
Blotches and excrescences which so
ofteu annoy people are simply efforts
of nature to throw off impediments to
the proper performance of her duties
HERBINi: will aid and assist nature
In her work and Insures a skin clear
and beautiful entirely freo from all
Imperfections Prico 50 cents. Sold
by P. II. Llllie & Co. and Wheeler H
Forsalo In any quantity Apply
at residence ol II. II. Hagim.
Under the tltlo "A Colorado Sum-
mer" tho Santo Fo Route has Issued a
sumptuously printed book devoted to
tho attractions of tho Rocky mountain
summer resorts intended wo under-
stand for freo distribution. Besides a
graphic description of the more noted
localities tho publication contains
special articles ou climate tho moun
tains camping fishing and shooting
and Is embellished by 80 half tone
illustrations from special photographs.
A map of Colorado a tabic of altitudes
and a full list of hotels cottages and
boarding houses and their rates are
Included. This should bo an Invalu-
able hand book for all who content-
plao a summer trip to that charming
roglon of lofty altitude pure air and
A freo and easy oxpcctorUlon Is
roduced by a few doses of BAL-
LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP in
all a-ofl of hoarseness sore throat or
difficulty In breathing Price 26 and
10 eonte Sold by F B Llllie d Co
nd Wheeler X Son
The colored work in Biggie Berry
Book is an immense aid to berry grow-
er It shows the loading ber-
ries true to size shape and color
They were first oarofully painted
by an oxpurloiiced artlf and then re-
produced by lithography at a cost of
over one thousand dollars. Aside from
the color work there are scores of re-
productions mado directly from photo-
graphi o" harries so that the reader
may have an aoourato idea of them.
See publishers' announcement In n
other colum. Tho prico Is 50 cents
free by tnallt uddrebs the publishers.
Wllmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia.
You can gei The Oklahoma
Leader for one year and the
famous Farm Journal of Phila-
delphia for five years for only
In advance. Subscribe no-a:.
OOUGIAS The Guthrie Jeweler
i Personal Mention. J
Captain Tom Eaton Is in the city
G. M. Sharum Is improving tome
Bishop Brooke went to Alva todnyt
George Todd has returned to Perry.
Dr W. S. Hamilton of Norman Is la
Attorney Sam Harris of Perry Is 'a
Jerry Cunningham returned to Pcnca
Mrs. A. J. Corkins left for WtcfcUft
Assistant Auditor McCabo went to
Kingfisher last night
E. Leo Cooter Is working for tho
grocery trade in the Strip
Major Crosier left for St Loula to-
day to hare hlo eye treated
Mr and Mrs. Georgia Judlsh
ea ior Ames lowa today
Mr and Mrs. P. B Lucas left this
morning for Gouda Bprings
Mrs F. R. Sarher returned last night
from a two months' visit In Indiana
Mrs McGlnlev arrived this nnon
from Topeka to visit her husband and tl
Sergeant Major Fllson went to Nor-
man this noon to accept a railroad
Tom Woosley the genial editor of
tho Mulhall Enterprise was in the
Architect Foucart 'eft today ftr
Stillwater and Pawnee to superintend
Mrs. Harry Gray left for Colorado
yesterday. MIs6 Edna will visit at
F. B. LUUo and wlfo of Guthrie
wore In Watonga last Friday night
E P. Burllmrame loft todar for
Buffalo New York to tako a position
with an elevator concorn.
WUlard Staplcton Is over from Pi w
huska. Ho has fifteen teams on tho
railroad grado towards Guthrio
Surveyors Finney Hall McNeil I ml
Il-jnua of Wichita registered at the
Royal last night and went cabt this
B S Barnes and Jim Gordon came
down from Ponca City this noon to
havo Governor Issue a proclamation
declaring Ponca City a city of the first
Rough Rider Dorsey Miller who Los
been touring tho country with Buffalo
Bill's wild west show arrived home
this morning. Ho left the show at
Muncle Ind on account of sickness
but expects to rejoin his comrades
when they go(to Europe this fall
J)R. C. S. PETTY
DISEASES OF EYE
All callj to country answered prompt
Ofncc and residence
rirst Rtreen Uuthtle
HOUSE nnd SIGN.
L. CHRISEN & CO.
I r 1 113 Nortti First Street
I Summer EatiDWaDls Satisfied
The best of everything clear
and wholsome. When In doubt
as to what to eat ask us. I
C. W. GOSSETT !
Mint Lunch -Counter
LOST VQ( R
'ure3lmpotenc Night Emissions nd
va .ting diseases all effects of self
abuse or excess ana li dis-
blood builder. Brivi tho
pink glow to pale cheer. anil
restores the fire of youth.
Bv mall Sue ner box: O boxes
ior tyj.fiu; witu it written iiarnii-
teo to euro or reftmd tho money.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson Sts. CHICAGO ILL.
For sale by WALLACE & MULLER
DruRnUts Guthrie O T
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