The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 62, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 12, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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LEADER GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA.
Wl 0 J--l
The J. D. BURKE
r TOt -WAST A NEAT tP TO DATE
The Hagan Abstract Co.
All Kinds of Conveyancing
Notary in Office
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For Nerve Strength and Blood Health
TUB MOOR OP TIIC BOI). 1SINSTRON0 MWS.
THE UrE OP THE BODY IS IN PUKE II100D.
Ylgrcl . an a poworful nrr. brain and Wnod
fond Thej fw-d the brain band up. repair and
MrenKlhorj watl. worn and tlrwl iier.au pni.fr
and enrich the W.i and xend It bounding throw.-
prerr vein anA arterr. Make ererr organ to act
and caute you 10 unai iti
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MAIWXXJ'.Fl JVT-?0. CO. I3o:k OlOO Xnnon.rtar Ohio.
The Last of Our
Guthrie Gash Store
SATURDAY August 12.
I Over Bank oi Indian Territory. I
If your eves bother you
ABSTRACT CALL O
Rovm S orr Bank
of maxan .-.
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r ymir irr or naif you any or ii irymn""
Will CM -nrll
It mall. v.nit delay but urdtr now
SUMMER SUITS -10 Cts.
AND ORGANDIES AT
THAN HALF PRICE.
If you want a good well-
improved Farm call on me. I
ean suit you both as to terms
H. H. HAGAN
Is the height of perfec-
tion. This Flour is made
iu of the best Mlunesota
Mills in the Northwest
and we will guarantee the
giaue to be equal and
even stroiitrer than Gold
It is Guaranteed to
Yours to please
HIGH -GllADE OHUCEUIES.
).i.Ik llurfonl Ailmltn rhroo Yehterduj:.
to Aiieur lleforo the Courta.
Messrs. Ocorgc M. Qreon D .larvis
of Wlsconuln and Frank Ilur.ord.wore
admitted to practice before all courts
by Chief Justice Durford yesterday.
Messrs Qreon and Durford arc sons
of well known' Oklahoma lawyers and
it is hoped they will soon grow into
tho legal space occupied by thoir
Frank Burford son of Chief Justice
Burford is just budding into manhood
and is an exceptionally bright young
man. lie was reared in Uklauoma
and he gives every promise of occupy-
ing the legal chair which Is now bo
ably filled by his father
Take tho most popuiar route to St.
Louis and all points east Kansas City
and all points north and west.
aanta re trains make clcsn connec-
tions at Oklahoma City and Wichita
for all points on the FrlNco line.
St. Louis and Kansas Olty mall and
express leavea Oklahoma City atPIS
every morning; leaves St. Louis at 8.10
every evening and arrives at Oklahoma
City at 8-20 the following evening.
Through reclining chair cars wltl-
Cidtchauge I'ullniam palace sleepers
from Monett to St. Louis and Kansas
City. You can secure berths before
Further information will be eheor
fully given by tho nearest agont or
D. F. Dunn T. P. and V A.
Pybon SNvnKit O. P A.
Ht. Louis Mo.
All xiu lid ry uorh (ash on lttlittry
I'tlVWS HTK.lil LAUSiniY
can fit tliem witl
you -will pay some traveling optician- Work guaranteed one year
;jJ Personal Mention j
Councilman Chcadlc is back
Deputy Marshal 8hockey is over from
Tom Neal wife ad buy wont to
UKinnorua utty this noon.
Tho Shakespe'nro Club will meet at
0 a. m Wednesday at the home of Mtb.
Mrs. Joo Sovcrnt. and Mrc fda Wch-
mcler will return tonight from Hureka
Mrs. Ada Hudson left this afternoon
for Wichita after a pleasant visit with
Miss Ethel Oruer.
John P. M. J Verne Ltnnle and
Nellie Splckelmlne of Cajey are reg-
istered at the Okla
Mies Parsons tetiograpber for John
W. Shartell of Oklahoma City 1g rlslt-lag-
trlonds in the city
Frank Laus the insurance and ab-
stract man went to Oklahoma City
this noon to write up some insurance.
B Taylor manager of the Arcade
hotel at Oklahoma City is up to fettle
a sensation between man wife and
Albert Ilueraraelt pr prietor of the
Ico plants on the Santa Fe aud Choc-
taw systems is hcr ftoui St Louis
the guest of Major John Jundl.
Dr. Clark returned from Chicago this
noon where he has been taking a lec-
ture course in surgery nose and throat
at the Post Graduate mi dloal college
Mrs Efllo Kapy came in till 8 noon
from Kaunas City to bo the guest of
Mrs Qrl&boll for a couplo of weoks.
Slio was one of tb e first ladies of
Senator Oandy of Alva with a
brand now cowboy hat camo up from
Oklahoma Olty last evenlt.g where he
had attended a meeting of the sanitary
board ills friends gave htm a hearty
reception and banquet.
First Presbyterian church corner of
Noble avenue and Division streot.
Preaching at 11 o'clook Sabbath
school at 1:45 Y. P H. C. E. at 7. The
sacrament of tho Lords suppar at 11.
No evening service This will be the
last service bfforo the paitor's vaca-
tion W. C. Miles pastor.
Plymouth Congregational church.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock followed
by preaching soivlco at 11. No
evening services After August 13th
there will be no services In this church
for four wenkB us the pastor will bo
away on his vacation Service will
bo resumed September 1?
Trinity church Broad and Nolilo
Tenth Sunday after Trinity. Sunday
school 10 a. in. Service and Harmon
11 a. ni. livening service ami sermon
8 p in. Evonlng prayer without ser-
moD. The bishop is in charge of ser-
vices and will preach Friday even-
ing service and choir practlco8 ..'clock
Seats free Everybody welcome
First churoh of Christ.Scicntist will
hold services in the hull over pponcor's
h irdware store corner of First and
Oklahoma avenue Sunday at 11 a m.
Subject "Mind " Meeting b.ory Wod-
nosday evening at 3 o'clock in the samo
Buy a Coupon book and savo IO
percent on your Laundry; $5 OO
book $460: SS.OO book $2.75
POND'S STEAM LAUNDRY
WILL NOT RESIGN
Htreet (.iimuilialouor IIntlraon Continue
To Collect Vol! Tnxea.
Street Commissioner Henderson re
ceived notice yesterday from Mayor
ueritey to nsnd in Ills resignation as
streot commissioner upon resolution of
tho council Aug. 3d Ho says ho will
not resign becauso ho believes the
council has not toted fair with him
and that because ho don't occasion the
arrest of many business men for not
paying their poll taxes promptly in
order to put it on streot work that
they had a kick and wanted him to
quit. Heretofore tho street coinmis
sloner lias had from one to two loams
on street work all tho timo and paid
out of the bridge and street fund. Now
they will a'low no team or money
to do tho street work but compel him
to bqueeze tho bui-ineea men all the
time. "Tho council must not Btir me
up or I will tell lots of things on
tjom" says Henderson.
"AN AMAItlCAN IN CIJ1.A"
PrcicnteU to a I.arce Audience Last leu-
Ingr by the SiKjoncra
The play last evening at the park
caused a large attendance. It was en
titled "An American in Cuba" and as
our 1 ate wars were tho talk of the
country and especially of Cuba tho
people turned out to see what could
be drawatued of the cause of the lato
unpleasantness. Tho play last even
lng showed tho vlllany of Spanlbh
officers toward Cuban girls and how
the American Yankee was always on
time to protect them as well as to fall
in lovo with them. That Is what so
many young men of this country en
listed to go to Cuba for. There wero
a numbor of late soldiers In the audi-
ence and they very much regretted
that they had not seen Cuban service
especially did Sergeant Paul Foster.
The Spoonera close their engagement
tonight with the sensational drama
"Tho Trial at Midnight."
HEN AND WOMEN UOOD ADDRESS TO
travel and aiipolnt anent- salary $7& month
expense rapla advancement Unusualr
Druuani opportunity. Address wun reier.
ncm'Ttfcn Ji Af-OKR. New Haven Conn
IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE?
I am making arrangements
to bring liomeseekers to Ok-
lahoma Any one desiring to
sell their farm will doj well io
list with me at once.
H. II HA6AN.
Gythrii 0. T.
i Glasses and do it right at
I Town Topics.
vvwvwvw W V W W W W W rf
To bring back vigor and happiness
drink Pabst Best Tonic
Wealthy unincumbered widower 40
seeks gctitle sweet wile to share the
comforts ho hns acquired. J M. H.
3054 Calumet avenue Chicago 111.
Harper and Carl one door West
of the Cyclone conduct one of
inc oest appointed barber shops
In Guthrie. Their aim is to please
HALLAKD'S SNOW LINAMBNT
gives Instant relief in cases of bleed-
ing burns bruises scalds cuts eto.
Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by F. It.
Llllle & Co. and Wheeler & Son
Wanted A good band teacher to tn
struct a new band. Address H. Q.
Hampton Blackburn Okla.
It never de-aDolnt8 TttU It on
the tecullarltlLs i t.ood's Sarsanarllla I:
cures scrofula sc r um humors ttotnacn
and kidney troubles i.crrousness
Hood s Pills cure all liver ills Easy to
take easy to operate reliable sure 26c
8p .ldlng's baseball goods and Wright
ci Dettson's tennis at Olsmltb'B.
UERBINE Is well adapted to the
cure of fevers of all kinds boaause it
thoroughly cleanses the stomach aud
bowels of all bilious humors and ex-
pels all impure seerotlons from the
body. Price 50 cents. Sold by F. B.
Llllle fc Co. and Wheeler & Son.
Twenty-five dollars will get you an
up to date hammerlcss double barrel
shot gun this season at Olsmlth's.
Wanted A girl for general houso-
work. Wages good Apply at 41J
ia$i uuianoma avenue.
Whcro tho digestion is good and tho
general powers of tho system In a
healthy condition worms can find no
habitation in tho human body.
WUITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE not
only destroys every worm but corrects
an derangements of the digestive or-
gans. Price 25 cents. Sold by F B
Llllio Co. undWhcolor & Son.
FOR SALE! Six room house
finely lluisbcd good well burn picket
fouce located on corner. Will sell at
a bargain. Inquire at 110 Oklahoma
avenuo. D H. Goodis
For Sale West Guthrie grist mill.
Also good stock farm five miles from
Mulhall. Address Riuil Utz. Uuthrio
Joseph Rodgors' and George Wosten.
holm's I X L. pocket knlvot. at 01-
smith's. Don't forget that Ritzhaupt's
Merchant's Lunch from 11:80 to
2 o'clock daily aie popular dur-
ing the heated term. The large
power fans lieep the aafe cool and
With u 846 investment you can make
from JKI to 931) a day; ttiin in a genuine
invention. Addrcw tho Edison Aiuei-
lean company 611 Main streot Kansos
You might try a cigar at Olsmlth's
tho next timo you want to smoko and
feel the hotter for it.
NooneMcnows tho unbearable tor-
ture tho peculiar and agonizing pain
caused by piles unless they havo buf-
fered from them Many believe them
incurable. This is o mistake. Propor
treatment will euro them TABLER'S
BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is an
Infallible cu.c. J'rlco 50 c; iu tubes 75c.
Sold by F.B Lilllo & Co. and Whooler
Blotches and cxcresconces which so
often annoy people are simply efforts
of nature to throw oil impediments to
mo proper per.orn.anco of hor duties
HERB1NE will aid nnd assist nature
In her work and Insures a skin clear
and boautiful ontiroly free from all
Imperfections Price 50 cents Sold
by F. B. Llllio & Co. and Wheeler &
Under tho title "A Colorado Sum-
mer" tho Santa Fo Route has Issued a
sumptuously printed book devoted to
the attractions of tho Rocky mountain
summer resorts intend d we under-
stand for free distribution. Besides a
graphic description of tho more noted
localities' tho publication contains
special articles on climate tho moun-
tains camping fishing and shooting
and is embolllshcd by 80 half to no
illustrations from special photographs.
A map of Colorado a tablaof altitudes
and a full list of hotels cottages nnd
boarding houses and their raes aro
included. This should bo an Invalu-
able hand book for all who content-
plao a summer trip to that charming
region of lofty altitude pure air and
A free and easy expectoration is
produced by a few doses of BAL-
LARD'B 1IOREUOUND SYRUP in
all aes of hoarsoness. sore throat or
difficulty In breathing Pi loe 86 and
50 cents Sold by F B Llllle & Co.
and Wheeler & Son
The colored work in Biggie Horry
Book is an immense aid to berry grow-
ers It shows tho leading hor-
des truo to slzo Bhapo and color.
Tbey wero first carefully palntd
by an experienced artist and then re-
produced by lithography at a cost of
ovet one thousand dollars. Aside from
tho color work thero are scores of re-
productions made dlreotly from photo-
graphs of berries so that the reader
may havo an accurate idea of them.
See publishers' announcement in an-
other colum. The price Is 50 eonts
free by mall; uddress the publishers
Wllmur Atkinson Co. Philadelphia.
Wanted Good solicitor and oolleo-
tor. Address C Leader oflloo.
Farm Journal for tho balance of ISO!)
and all of 1000 1001 1008 and IftM
nearly five years to every subsoribor
who will pay one year in advance for
mo ukiunoma weekly Leader. No
better farm paper than the Farm
Journal. This offer is only-made to a
limited number -the first who oome
If interested in horsos cows or
Bheep. talto tho Farm Journal. We
will give this papur for the balaneo of
1800 and all of 1000 1001 100 and 1603
nearly five years to all subscriber
new or old who pay for tho Oklahoma
Weekly Leader a yoar ahoad. Thin
offer is for a short time only-
Do you kep oblokens. Then yon
ought to havo tho Farm Journal. We
give it in clubbing with the Oklahoma
Weekly Leader both for the priao of
our paper only. Pay up a year ahead
and the Farm Journal will eome for
the balance of 1599 and all of 1900
1901 1003 and 1903 nearly five years
and get to you if you nvo on tble conti-
nent half the price
l i it t itt-i t s c-c-c t i- z-i-t ?p
fe C-C-s- t-t- - ce-t-s-e. cu .c V
Tho excavation for the Maapnio
tcmplo is c.nt.lotcd.
Pension cheoks nrrlvcd today and
tno war veiorans aro glad.
T'llA (.lltllrln ViftfinVinK tnntn 1.nna
I today forStlllwator whore thoy will
cross bats with that team.
A telegram announces tho death of
Miss Stella Ryan tvhp has been In
Mexico for several months for tho ben-
efit of her health.
Cuban girls aro to bo given homen
aud education by Mrs. S. A. Steele of
Chattanooga. Tenn. founder of the
Tho Guthrie fall carnival died last
night. President Hornor and Man
nger Barker attended the funeral.
Inactivity of the committees caused its
John C. Hall one of the civil esgin-
eetB of the Santa Fe was in the cltv
last evening and remarked that Okla-
lahoma will have plenty of railroads
Dennis Flynn called on Gov Haines
this morning and told him that Secre-
tary Jenkins was mistaken about Pres-
ident McKmley intending to visit
Oklahoma to luvcstigate tho Outcelt
Lawyers at Moxlco Mo. havo ex
amined tho old indictment against
Aloxa ider Jester for the murder of
Gilbert Gatos in 1871 and they pro-
nouuoe It perfect. Tho trial will not
be held before September.
J L. HaroUon traveling stock buy
er for tho Houston Taxas Packing
House was in tho city yesterday and
reports that ho finds more fat cattle
and hogs In Oklahoma than in Texas
Frank Burford Is now a full Hedged
lawer He was receiving congratula-
ulations of his many warm friends to-
day on his successful examination for
practico in the territorial court.
Franlt in btmii t nnd clever and has a
cplendid legal mind.
Tho live stock sanitary board mot at
Oklahoma City yesterday and passed a
rssolutiou gruntlug tho rights of feed-
i rs to havo thoir penB quarantined on
tho line of railroads. That will allow
the cattle to bo shipped tn and led the
com and cotton soed of Oklahoma
There are forty-nlno prisoners in the
f odorai jail the majority of whom aro
waiting trial and serving centence
for introducing whiskey In the In
diau country. Thoro aro five blanket
Osage serving out sentences. Five
months will elapse next wcok and
thoy will bo discharged for good be-
havior Tho Htockmcn's trade buroau of Chi-
cago has a schomc to dlspluy agricul-
tural and manufactured products of
tho western and southern states In a
building nour tho Live StO-h Exchange
building in the union stock yard und
has written Uovornor Stanley to take
stops to havo Kansas represented. Ok
lahoma should have exhibits thoro.
Tho eastern capitalist) interested in
tho Shawnee road will arrive tonight.
Thoy have raised the money and
railroad iron and aro roady to com-nit-nco
work Shawnca has complied
with hor agi een.cn-.. Now it 8
Guthrie's time to muko hor report.
Railroad men say that all indlcationE
poiut to a fierce railroad war In Okla-
homa. All tho lines of road in the
territory aro fighting to get into tho
be.t parts of the territory and unless
they coinu to some agreement regard-
ing the division of territory nnd traffic
a rate war is considered ccrtuin The
Santa Fo ahd Rock Island it is assert-
ed have joined hands and will work
together. It is claimed that the Mis-
souri Pacific and the 'Frisco Hues aro
proparlng to do the samo and tho two
combinations will tight each other.
Tha outcome of the difficulty will be
watched with Interentby railroad mou
and shipper. -Wichita Beacon.
KDITOKS TO HE INVITED.
KuriiUnl Krnuo 'Will l.itoinl Ilospitnllty
To Western Udltors First Dny of
St rent fair
President John F. Eaton of tho
Kansas City Karnival Krow and Cusll
Leshtman vice president aro expect-
ed home today from their visit East in
tho interest of the streot fair
AVout 500 letters will bo mailed to
day to the editors of uewspapors in
Missouri Kansas Oklahoma and Tex-
as. Those letters contain an invita-
tion to the newapaper men to attend
tho street fair as tho guests of the
Kruwe and also announces that a
special newspaper day has beeu set
apart when they will be shown over
tho fair with a reception in the even-
ingNewapaper day will be the first
dny and a committee of tho K.ew
will devote themselves at that time to
the entertainment of the editors.
Press headquarters will be provided
and every facility anVrdod for the
edit ore to enjoy themselves. Kansas
Lieutenant narrr Barnes Ib in
Qulnoy 111 roarultlng'soldlers for tho
You can get The Oklahoma
Leader for one year and the
famous Farm Journal of PhHa
delpliin for five years for only
iu advance. Subscribe now.
.AS The Guthrie Jeweler.
i TERRITORIAL SKETCHES
V WW VVV.W V VWWl vwv
Brandom's military band of Okla-
homa City will adTcrtiso that city at
the G. A. R. reunion at Philadelphia
Tho man who had his head chopped
off at Oklahoma City has not been
identified It is a mystery.
Mr. B. F. Dunn formerly dislrict
freif ht and passenger agf-nt for the 8t
Louis & San Francisco railroad leaves
hero to take up his labors for the samo
Interest in Missouri Kansas and Ar-
kansas ns traveling passenger agent.
Mr. Dunn has ingratiated himself into
Uio good graces of our citizens Ho
has shown himself to be a t orough.
buclness man and Is considered by our
shippers as a whole souled and conge
nlal freight solicitor. All . rrt. tn
learn that he has been transferred to
another field Oklahoma City realizes
the loss to it iu the departure of Mr.
Dunn and every one extends to hita
Tell wlahcs for success lnhi now field
of labor. We cungratulato the tow a
in which he may be stationed upon
securing as noble a fellow as he ha
proven himself while with ua Time'
Ztr. B'l Curd
Editor Leader Guthrie may have
its snide legals and prejudiced justices
of the peace but Guthrie takes the
cako for bankers and star chamber
Don't .mat Your Photos to Agents-Dm
Direct With the Artists
We will make to any one Bonding us
a photo a lifc-slzo olllotte crayon or
pastel portrait free of charge to Int'o
duoo our superior work. Exact lit v
ness highly artistic finish and protrpt
re.urn of small photo guarantied.
Send us your photo at once
293 Main st Dallas Te as
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J)R. ('. S. PETTY
HOMEOPATHIC PIIVSKM N
diskasks np rvr. NOS1
All alii to countrv amiwereil prom
Offli e anil rrnlUene' cor Uklaho.
First street Guthrie l'hone
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I ESTIMATKS FURNISHED. I
I L. GHRISEN & CO. I
J 113 Non'i riMt Street J
j Summer Eating Wants SattsGtd
i The host of everything clean
and wholsome. When In doubt
as to what to pat ask us.
C. W. GOSSETT
Mint Lunch Count. r. '
un -lLij-Oten-NiplitEmissio and
va-tinH diseases all effects of self-
abue or excess and India-
cretion Anerroton and
1. Jood builder. Brin the
pink glow to pale chee. and
rebtores the fire of youth
By mail 50c per box O boxeo
for $'J.50; with u tYrlttcn puarun-
too lo euro or roAmd tho inonoj'.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton i Jackson Sts. CHICAGO ILL.
For sale by WALLACE & MULLER
Druggists. Guthrie O T
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