The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 90, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 14, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL OHUAN OF OKLAHOMA DBM0CRACY-OPPIO1AL BTATB lAPBR-OPPIOtt OP PUBLICATION HAJiniBON AVKNUK.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY EVENING. SEPTEMDER 14. 1809.
J V McNEAL President A j. sEAV Vice-President j
Guthrie National Bank.
Capital $00000. - - - Surplus $10000.
Board of pirectora .tAMBS STRATTON.
In addition to officers of bans ..D. T. FLYNN
W. J. HORSPALL Caskibr
How the Vote'
Miss lllockie Jamison 1207
" Floronco lladley !..Ll051
" Lillian Laux ioqo
Mrs. Ilarry Ardery 039
" Adcio Kcbler .' 358
Mrs. Frank Lucas 54
" Lula Strang ...S6
Miss Liln Urlggs 4S
" E. Louise Karnes . 41
' AthaOrifllth 20
MUs Jessii) Sampsoll 21
' Anna Carter 12
" A. II. Huston 11
Miss Utile 1 Orner 10
Mrs. Forrest MeKlnloy 0
" C M. Itarnod 0
Kato M Wetby 0
" Mamie Kerns 0
casaccaa sasoaaao ootjses caoeiio)
I vote for M
for QUEEN OF THE
23rX'ut tlilH nut and send to E.
Secretary Carnival Committee.
RULES GOVERNING CONTEST.
Th" above ballot is ordered and authorized by the Fall
Carnival Committee and the lady receiving the largest number of
coupons at the close of the contest at 6 o'cl ick October 2
J'J9. will be formally declared Queen of the Carnival
This con est is open to all ladies of Guthrie.
No baUot is legal unless cut from the daily papers
A c mmittee selected by the carnival officials will count
the ball-ts every afternoon at 2 o'clock and evening at 8 o'clock
at Wallace's Drug Store and the progress of the vote will
be printed in the Leader from day to day.
H7!mrf ? &&&
HETSCH p 9 p
? USHOE CO.
CALL AND 9EE THEM.
Stood at Two
Miss Donna Osborne
" Ethel McNeal.
Mrs. Y L. Rhodes .".'.
" Crowley .... -......
" Ida Qoodo ... ....
" Mabel Painter
" Jonnin (oiler
" Cora ninsehliff...
" Illancho Dullols
" Mnrle Terrell
Mrs. Ed Yanderpool ...
" Karl Olark
" Caddie Kennedy
" Myrtle Illook ...
" Anna Oulbert .....
" Katie Schuell
" W. P. Eager
" J. Devercux
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OKLAHOMA AVRNUR aur. rtoQT arnp
Who Were Held Up on Tartar
at Hong Kong Allowed
Washington Sept. 14 The British
authorities at nong Kong have releas-
ed transport Tartar. The following
was reoiivod at tbe war department
from Colonol Metcaif twentieth Kan-
"Clearance allowed. Sail today. "
Washington Sept. 14 Tho follow
ing lius boon received frrirr. rol Met-
calf of tho Twentieth ICamsa : "The
Tartar is no more crowded than othor
transnorts. Thera In no cuntn fnraAin.
plaint about food; the uomt'lalnta were
made by discharged regulars.''
ThiB from Otis : " No oonirjlalnla nf
tho Tartar boing overcrowded were
reuelvod before she sailed The food
is the eauie as furnished othor trooos.
Discharged soldiers of whom tho Tar-
tar carries 407. are apt to be fn .1 1 find-
ECditlon Said to Unvtt Hou'tr
i . 1 1 i
Paris September la. The colonial
oftlco has rccolvetl no confirmation of
the reported annihilation of tho oxpo-
aition in tne bouuan. uowever It is
not only believed possible but It is
thought that the outlawed expedition
which recently murdered two French
officers without provocation assisted in
Will Attend tho Uhicnuo Trust
Ohicngo Sept. 14 Tho attendauoe
at the trust conference today was
much larger than yosterday. W. .1.
Ilryan is expected this evunlng and
with his coming tho real fight in the
conference botween trust und anti-
trust men will begin.
WILL ATTEND KEN YON.
Alfriil A. Al 11 ml .John llrookv HrlRlil
lloj to KnttT Collcu.
When they go through tho Outhrie
public schools they are qualified to
onter the best collegia in llio United
States. Next Sunday Mr. Henry E.
Asp will cloerono his son Alfred
and John llrooke hon of lilbhop F. K.
Brooke to Oalubler Ohio where they
will enter Kenyon colloge. Kenyan
was founded in 1825 and has beon rec-
ognized ever sinco as one of the most
thorough and complete schools of tho
United States lilshop llrooke and OX'
Postmaster Larwell arc graduates of
Kenyon. Masters Alfred Asp and John
llrooke are two of the brlglitost boys
of Outhrie. They are only 14 years of
age and havei been educated to tho
present time In tho Outhrie schools.
Committee of Ladlot for the riotrrr
Farudo to Mutt.
A special meeting of the ladies' oom-
mltteo of the flower paradn has been
called for tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock at tho Elks' club roovrn. Tha
time is drawing to a olose and there
remains lota of work to be kone yat.
Thecommitteo is composed of the fol-
lowing ladies Mesdamea Harde Oris-
sell Filson Asp McKisnd Kamiay.
Fegan Havlghorst Moore Douglas
Hall Durford Neal Severn DrooliH
Urooka. McNeal Corlltf Spurloek
Wennttr and Kelly. Thoa wlahlng to
enter the flower parade can make ap-
plication to any member of tbo com
mitten and be put on the list with
position in the parade.
To Cancel Chicago Date.
Cleveland Sept 14 A Washington
special here says the president la to
cancel his Chicago engagement on ac-
couut of the worktngmea's protest
over the corner stone being cut by
TO CDRE A COLD IN ONEDAV
Take Laxative- Bromo Quinine Tab.ets All
druggists rcfuurt tbe money if It fall to
ure. E W Grove's signature Is en each
Pardon Said to Have Been
Granted to Dreyfns
Paris Sept 11. It is rumored tbat
a pardon has been granted to Dreyfus
but It is being kept secrut until he ami
be smuggled out of the country. Well
informed people do nut believe that
President Louoet would pardon Droy-
fus while an appoal was p.-ndlng.
Honnos Sept. 14. No preparations
are bolng made for the removal of
Dreyfus from here. Ho is reported to
bo doing fairly well.
Paris. Srpt. 14 A'urora claims to
have discovered a new letter wrltton
by Col. 8chwar-:koppen exonerating
uroyius ana aays it makes a "now
fact" nocesaury for revision.
Parle Sepi' 14. Figaro aays St Is ex-
pected an application for revision of
the Dreyfus verdict will be heard Oct.
5th or nth.
'-.v York. Sept. 1 - Henry" 11. Illliw
aged sixiy-olght a Wall street real es-
tate broker was run down by an auto
mobile and so badly injured that he
His skull and chest wore crush"
Would Hnvo McKinloylntoiforo
in tho Transvaal Kumpus.
Now York Sept. 11 W. Hourke
Cochran has wrltton an open letter to
the prcaldout In which he asks McKln-
ley to mediate botweun (Iroat Iirltlan
and tho Tiutisvaal In tho ponding dlf-
llauUios which threaten war.
Drnpr Aiuiounci'H Jlimsolf.
llobinn Sopt. 14 Gen Win. H. Dra-
por ainbassauor 10 Italy has announ
ced himself a candidate for vice prosl-
don on the 1 epublican licket.
l'or (imillut: tin- IJiiitii OklalMimu
The following grading contracts
were let yesterday in Tonuka for tho
first 21 miles o tee Eastern Oklahoma
railroad : First a ght miles to A.
M lire of Now ton; suoond olgnt miles
to the Shutt Impruvuinunt company
of Puoblo Colo. Tho next four miles
were let to Kparr & Orubba of Law-
ronoH and tne n- xt four miles to Ware
& Money '' Topeka. All tho can-
ractors with thialr outfits are movlnir
towards Outhrie and work will com-
mence the drat f next wook.
rlh I'sual Htory
Ilrunswiok Qa Jopt 11 A messago
from Lyty bays a negro was lynched
there last night for criminally a sault
Ing a whltn woman. Names and de-
tails are not given.
Crowned Rendu to Meet.
Uerllu. Sept. 11 It liBtated that the
Otar o.id Kaisar will meet at Wiesba-
den Oct. IS.
Is an electric warning from your kid-
neys. Head tha warning Prevent
llrlght'a disease by using lirlght'g
Kidney Pills fries 6e. For sale by
J. N. Wallow.
UMultumu Vily oirtrt Piiir
September 18 to S3 1800. Kor tho
above occasion we will sell round trip
tlaketa Guthrie to Oklahoma City at
tha rate of one fare. Tickets on Bale
September 17th to 2Snlgood to return
September Slih Tioketo good on go
log paaauge on date of ale and contin-
uous rasskge in each direction.
On Wednesday Ueptomber 30th will
occur the great race between John R.
Gantry and Joe Patchon. On this
date we will run a special train to
Oklahoma leaving Outhrie about 0 a
in and leaving Oklahoma about 9 p.
m. on tne return trip We will have
ample a oomraoilatlo.ns for everyone.
A. J. Cobkims. Agent Santa Po.
Annual Contention V- tt T V. Ilea lie Oct
For the above occasion we will sell
round trip tickets to Portland Tacotna
and Seattle atone regular first class
limited rate; tickets on sale October
14 15 and 16 1690. Oood to return up
to November 16. Stopovers will be
a lowtrd on going ami returning trip
at any point wast of tbo Mitsou-1 river
within limit of ticket. For furthor
Information call on A. J. Corklus agt.
Santa Fe route.
In 6cbool stationery at
8t. Louis and Sau Francisco R R.
The direst through car route to points
In southwest Missouri southern Kan
sas Arkansas maion Territory and
Tbe most direct routo to Bt. Louli.
and tbe east. Kansas City and the
northwest. Double dally vetibulcd
trains Free reclining cbalr . ars; ob-
servation and drawing room sleepers;
Hi ivry dining balls. Ask the nearest
tlbuet agent of tbe Frisco line for full
rartlcul rs. or wiite il p DuM.
TP4PA Oklahoma City O.T.
haruf axvsKB a. v. a St. LouU.
rTMfn nwifj2L Aged
Nhv "orli nni!
Philippine Commission Order-
ed Back to the United
Manila Sept. 14 Pursuant to in-
structions from President McKlnley
Colonel Charles Denby and profeaaor
uean Worcester members of the
Philippine commission will return to
the Unite States at once They will
salt from Hong Itoug on ipt 25.
commission had lust fltted up
unices anu tneoraer csme an a
prise No reason la krowu for if.
Sony Cull on Assi.slunt
Washington D. 0.Sept. 14 Ex Oov-
ernor Ldward J. Soay and J. W. Mo
Kal is said to us slated to auooeed
Governor llamas should the latter be
remdved because .of pending charges
Scay and McNeal called on AalMtant
SeoroUrv Ryan of the Interior depart-
ment today but .tha latter aald that
the names matter was not diseuaac-1
Iiinuiio Son ' jlunlors Piironts.
Fishdalo Mass. Sept. ll-John King
and wife wore murdered by tkelr in
sane son lato Iaat night in their bada
King wbb a farmer 84 years old
Uoth beutun to death by alubs.
"For tho Sako or Pirn Mischief 1$
Done." A vaot amount of mUclilef is done
too Imcsuk iople neclect to keo their
blood pure. This mlnchlf fortunately.
mar be unUontby tbe faithful use of Hooera
Pills cure all liver ill. Hon-
ropo ;s 111.
London Sopt. 14 A diapatch in the
Dally News from Uoino says tha Vati-
can olllclnls are greatly tilarmod by
' niuuBH 01 ine pope lie la ex-
tremely" wank uud la hardly able to
Tt'iiomoiit llonsn I'iro.
New York. Sopt 14.- One woman
was burned to death several persona
badly Injured and fortv funilla rn.
dured homeless bv Are 'in a tn3inrt
liouso in llrooklyn early this inorMtng.
$ luiiuuuiuftij oivuioncu 5
Tho first bale of eutton brought to
town this seuson nainv from J run lugs
hint Tuesday morning. It waa ra sod
by H'. Stephana a hustliog colored
man and roupod a reward for hla en-
orgottc work The bale in the seed
welghod 1870 pouima graded good
middling and sold for S3 per hundred
Tbe merchan s of tha town made a
premium of $15 caab besldea which
Mr Stopheus rooelved a large amount
of groceries nnd a rocking cbalr. Will
Watson the buyer for D II. Young A
Co. bought the cotton and oollaoted
Tne death of a cow through a peon-
liar accident la related by the Pawnee
Times whloh sya : 8. H. Ri-heaou
loat a fine eow last Monday in a very
peculiar manner . Hoe failed to cone
borne in the etenlng anil he want to
look for her and found ber bunging
in a grape vine on tha bank of the
Illack Bear. Tha bank of tha creak
there is vary steep and U10 uppoltion
is that soma of tha other cows tried to
gore liar and aba jumped over the
bank. Her nak caught m the forka
of a large gripe vlna and as she fell
her body swung around croaking Oli-
vine ovar tbe back of tbe neck. Mr
Uicbeson found her there banvtof;
clear off tha ground and quite dead
Ikmema ai.it HeaU llnul.
There is nothing which causes a child
or grown parson wore suffering than
t-i'tema or seald h-ad. Cure it. Ntop
it by utinf Iloro-Ourbol 8a U-.-.the grant
pile remedy. Vot aala by J. N . Wallaea
Take the most popu.ar route to St.
Louis and all point east Kaosaa City
and all points north ad wast.
Santa I'o trains maktt olosa eonnao-
tiot at Oklahoma City aod Wichita
for all pointe oo tha Ifrtaao Hh.
St Louis and Kansas City mail and
axprea leaves Oklahoma City t:15
every morning; leaves elt. IouU at i:iu
every evening a.' arrlvaa at Oklahoma
City at 8:0 the following evaoiag.
Through ratdiNlag obalr ears with-
out ehangc P.'illmaw nnlaflc sleepers
froas Monett to dt. Ixala aad Kansas
City You eau acnra bertha before
Further InfornwiUon will be chaor
fully gives by tLa or. -t agent or
11. F. UUMH T. P. Mi'i H A '
brsoN Sxraan. a. p. A
fclt. Louis Mo.
If Interfita4 in horses oowa or
sbeap tsk the Farm Journal. We
will glra thia paper for the balanc) of
1 sM and all of IMo IbOl lot and l(x3
naorly Ave years to all subscribers.
w or old who pay for the Oklahoma
Weekly Leader a yt-ar nbead. This
tier la for a abort time rnl v.
rirei oome ur6i kcrtt i so Biareh tip
and pay for tbe Oklahoma Lkadbh a
year ahead 'lbs win secure that
good imic paper t e Farm Journal
for the bai sn i9j r d all of Ijo.
1901 100 and 1 1 near. y five jeer
-without any futher pay4 UiaU w
baar troa yu vrUb4o o&u wee?
Antl School Supplies
The largest line ever brought to tite
. city inn we will .ell them very low.
Come in and jfet your School flunks
at Chicago prices.
Special cut in DRUGS TAINTS ;.ml
y PAPRR for the next 30 days
Ili:.VI)itl AH ri'HijrUi -riiu.
Named by the
Sunk After a
Washington Sept. 14 The following
1im baun ruoelved from rear admiral
Wateon; Muiitlu Oavldaon. command-
ing Paragua report a ahurp engage-
mntat Ilulunno. The veaael was
struck many times by rifle buileta.
No onaualtlea. Silenced insurgents
(Ira In twenty rolnutaa Dlataiiae four
hundred to nine hundred yards.
Oapturml and destroyed Filipino
Washington Bept. 14 WaUon cables
that captain Laary. governor of Utism I
arrived at hla post Sept. ? and asauiu-
ad his duties j
Rvery one should do hla share of
good in this wor d and we feel that in
the discovery of HutiHen's I'ine Tar
Cough Money we have done k.im thing.
11 will nrevtntune monia if tuUeu In
time; will cure t-otiirhH. .-. 1 and all
bronchial tronbliN We Imvi' nooiit
years in tbe discovery of tins r medy
and now offer It tosunVriug hiimiinltv.
He -uro you get t e genuiu- Hniifcn'a
Pine Tar Cough llonuy. I'.a tale by
J. N Wallace.
Jlartial I.hw Proclaimed
ICadrid Sept 11 Martial law baa
been proclaimed in Kakquc provinces
nominally against separatist propa-
ganda. 01 (in IHm (iHtmtdar.
The 8. 11 tu Fe Itouto has Issued a
limited edition of a handhoine six-
moutba' calendar. July to Deeembrr.
comprising six color reinoiluetlons
axil Indies each of llurbi.k'r eela-
brated Pueb'o Indian portraits wi.eli
were this mason's art senbation and
bava hitherto only been reprn.in-d In
Ilrushain Pencil Attraciiveiy i.onud
with engraved cover renrexeniiii in
dent Altec calendar stone Ohtairiabln
for ?5 cuU at Atcbison Topeka &
Santa Fa railway loeal th-ket oillee
Only a few coplea left (all early
d nAunl Mtrltnn ofttoneu nata lur
llou-lluau l)ttir Uri'itmbrrr U l.t.
For the abrvn weeasiou w v. 1 sel
ruuui trip tlckeu to Di.v . ai. tbe
rata of one lowest standard (I'd clans
fre plus $8 Tickets uu tV . pteio-
b r i 7 and 8 troo.) to ret im u to
Septembe- 10 Cuntiuu m . pa.hge In
each dlreclion ascepi it.ut i-.p over
will be allowed on gom tn;iftrr
leaching ttrsl Coloraiio . n 1 . oint.
A J ' Ollhl s
Airent Santa Itonte.
Through train -.-rvlc 01 the Hut-
cblDkon and Southern railway Com-
mencing Hunday krpt t through
train nervice between il-acbiuaou and
''rok will be in&uinrutMH Uu k
time table In this Uue
H-e the new tirn table of thw ilut-
e.hlnson ami Southern railway com-
pany Note south bound train Jfo. I
runa to Crosa and train No S caHMcti
with No at Mad ford for all Stations
east of Midford. North bound tram
No. runs through Jroaa to Dutcluu-
sou and train No 4 eon n ecu tt Med-
ford with train No 0 f or Hutchinson.
Scliaapa Tustnleo Chili -ure is tha
bat uiediclue made for chllla and fe-
. r bilious fever aid rlui. b ague-
Price Wh a iMttle iucludiiig ablopU
dose of Liver I'vas
Always taUe Si-haap-i TaielaChi 1
cure if you have ehil.it or fever Inter
imttect 01 M:h.u- Fever or Dumb
Ague. It I" tin oust medlciue made
and U guaranteed to anre or money re
The moat duliouU coKbt.i.iiion -an
saTe'v use UM.LAUli HoKKlitt! NL
sVUL'l'. It is a saie aul peim.l
rrndy fo. o.ugi.. Un of ..iof ai.d
all theo t fcnd lung im ibl.-s i'rl pTi
andSUeU .-.. .I n ti H L-iu&sCo
'and Wheeier a wd
Through train srrvi. e on the'lluMh-
ion and Sou hero It at way 0111 men
eipg nanjm t viii.ot iiii inrougr
tram serv 1 '- bCKw.-ea lin.-ti -. q au.
t r jst wi be .oaat ra r-d tev nev
lime TaUlu a tu.a 4U
1 Oklahoma Avenue.
Of "Great Britain More
Boers Gap Stand--War
Manchester Kng. Sopt 14-Thn
Guardian today prints a rilHpatch irom
1U Pretoria oorrespondont saying that
Oreat llrltaln'a reply has caused In-
tense exelteineut there und the con
vlotlon Is general that war In now In
oviUiblo. The dlapatuh adds that the
Iloor racrultliig etntlous uro crowded
ami war propatttlons ar almost lover
Vttroiuc Jlinrrlioni CitrHl
This m'to certlfv that I hi...
ehroni' diarrhoea ever hlnce the
j. eon 1 11 narilly walk do
e 1 ottie uf Chamb. rjuln's
i-imiera ui-d dlanh
! III.- hiiun.l and well
V. Olbb.. ) in
I had hi-onic diaiTl)i)e for tw lv.
y.ar. Three trtiltleh uf 1 hambeila n r
enlie eli. era and ilianhnea remedy
enroll mi N I si.tvrr h meant! Va.
H.th Mr (4ibbi mi 1 Mi -ShaveV are
prouui.eiit fannerk atul resiil' neaT
I'lncatie Va. Th.y puiruri'i! the
rcuieiU Ii.uiW I'. atp. r a druggist
of that place win i well acquainted
with tin in and will vmioti for thr
I truth of their atatemeLta. For salt
I hy V. K Uenfro.
Tho ..mil of the reserve fund of the
Olunt Ou.ch is not nurpataud by any
Tho colored worn in Higgle Horry
Hook ih im luiini nhi- aid to berry grow
ers It kIiowj the leading bcr
rles true to i.- shape und ooior
They w.: rirt oarefuily paint d
by un evpurii-uoed arils and then ro-
product ! iy lithography at u cost of
over one thousand dollars. Asi 1 fr.ru
tbe color work thero are scores of re
production made dirndl from phot.
graphs .f berries ho that the reader
may have an accurate Ula of tbcm
Hre publisher..' anni.un.-euient in at
other cluui 'j'j. (lr . g j 1 .crrs
free by ujhIJ; addrehs the publisbrrs
Wlluer Atkinson Co . Philadelphia
The grandest discovery of the ni"
leeiita .vutRry n.. doubt is S-maa.
tNte!ei chill cure. It it a safe curt'
no .1- mo ereuieuy 1 r all illBu
uu- 10 vjaiaria suen an cliHU an
tvrrr Int. rmlttei t Feer dumb ago .
bilious '-vnr etc a thouonls tave
testified wiiohsvt) been cur oil by it
aft.r having irie all the other ch
em cs 01. 1 ie mm k t without deriv o
any h.n.rli from them It is not !. .
a fi-hnfiige. but also the best t 0'
wad- 'inil U you art Weak and feeb'f
you o lit to lake it If you f. How
'he dir. -tius it will kuri-ly cure y(
if not - our money will e refumi. i t -vou.
For as la by ail druggists a'
dealers in madiolnes. l)c a bottle
Sehaapps Vegetable Livar Peas arc
recomnaudkd by all physician fr
haadaoba cos ivanaaa or b Housnt-sp
Only ona pill a doaa I'rloa lie
.cincuKA Rr.soLvasfr u so pure. .
a r botMosaii Uiu all agM hut uk u w.tiT
1 aaswo: and sat. lis wiukm 1 to cool
u i tltaosa tu blood q acuuuL u4 01B r
ti rtnj dUftranajf humeri nubn. and
uui-.vfis flblwwsirn baths niti fi ii'trw
6ojtp Olsaaie tho surface of cro . i iv
uul eumta &q.jntii v in Ocrn. r 1 O'lt.
tun". Mt.tn9auihii :r 0 . Im . .;ikt
. S-ut'.w T t-l-f t -IB34
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Ca lea-a re'uedles
' n Drugstore 1
rnXorbftiC at the
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