Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 63, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 14, 1900 Page: 6 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRRIE OKLAHOMA..
qtrrirr at FitAMCFOivr.
uovrnvruhn icy. vm. t8.Th jirst
tfin of a trtk In the onocraitle I iih
wa notlomhlo today. It ofttno In vha
straps of a reo4uUon p.nvtdttvc hnt upon
adjournment Tjiurwlny th legiakuure
nam Frankfort Its nxt mating
pUio. While no notion upon the resolu-
tion wan uakwi oflAy. It is boHved to
faratrtuulo-n' a return of the JmoomMa
loirators to th Htftt 1muMr soon pawl
bly iy Uio oml of who w-k. TnW action
will protatfjly h taken mwi a report la
roswlvilt from the commute sent to
Ifankfort iiKin coiKtttftomr h to (Im nrn
once nbout the oaihUU of mllttta or firmed
men nl ae to the wlvieablllty of re
MUtnJnK --wloni t iie usual meeting
plaoe. ThU fa ren.lcroi) more likely as Uie
defection ccurrwl in the senate where
tho lnocrnitji ha a bare working quorum.
With th rmim4Jon ot legit'tLtlve busl-
neett ntF rwnkfort lf proeBt and the
transfer to 11h courts of clatone of
he riva goBrnr as xeim likely to b
brought about witfijn a few days the
tttou nre raphHy Ilfttntr ami It is be-
lieved wiring iiollilmi cHntlon-j will be
restored. In two or thrm weeks That
much trn Ht Itbmt will be required to ee-
Oun tlui uJiriHiUion of the Issues be-
Hwgoii the i.irUs If tho fiTal courts
OecWe Uiey huv jurulc'lon it will take
inRANKFOIlT KY FEB 13 -Another
Ony of extreme quiet lummxl here there
bulngr w development In hc polttcal
ulUnttlon. Th ey-H of Me leaders on
boiji st are in ntx? nnutl where Judge
traft. of the fedi'nil rourt will render a
Oocllin tomorrow on the quos ion wh th-
W thp federal cuur have JurtwHct'on
In tii i ism e't rises
"WASHIONTTON. FlJli ..! -L.in.-lon Bak-
or xy reuest of T T Tlyiwi. haa lnt-o-Ouc-ed
m Mil nirttiora ng J If Arter and
3Davl III. I to cotMtriKt kinl operate tele-
phone to-stern in ttlio Indlun territory and
Oklahoma a follow-
(From the Ime of the Indian territory
Witt Kansiui wliem- the ICanms and Ar-
Imruwu Valley railroad company enters
the elate of Iftuw&a fram the Indian ter-
l4tory. parallel with rml alonjr the boun-
dary of the 'rifcht-of-wy of the wld
Kansas and Arkniumn Vtoltey ralf
company t-4iecit of (FVrt Smith. In th
Htne of Arknnwts; from Wsjrgoisr In
tho Indian ternKory iMirnllel with and
nlong the loundtarv of the rtirht-of-way
of tho Missouri Kansws nal Texaa rail-
way -onyniny tp Denlson. 1'exas; from
Vinl In the Cherokee tvatton Indian
terrMory. rtra'le with anl olons; tlie
l6anlarv 0T' 'Me rlicht-of-tvuy of the S .
Lou I is and rui Krundsoo railway com-
lany to (ikl.Uwmai i'Xy Oklahoma ter-
titoi; fioui inolrhirel. in the Ilmllan ter-
ritory tu'.rillel vi.'h iuml uong the boun-
dary of tin rbrht-or-ivay of the 8t Louis
nd Han lVni)'!eco ral way company to
8oiiOfl. M'sttourl; from Virata. Indian
tort Horn- to Cwiraiia l)td'm terrttory;
from Fort Ollnon (IlndRam Tfrrttory to
TWhlqunh Indian terrritory; Xroni Pryor
Croek Indian Kerritory. to Sa'Ina In-
an toiTluory; from MSuni Imlsan terri-
tory. nlniMT the PittsburK und Oulf.rall-
wny t Baxter Sprlmcs Kfinsos or o
Kansas lino two niilew south of Baxter
OOTOAOO. FIBH. 13.--AVlionl-IBar y
oaWea today .vere dlmippoluttmc to ho'd-
rs of whoat here nnd Mny oened o
under Snltunlay nt C8VtC08e. The .market
rallied sharp'y In'or on Furls advance of
13 centime. May uhootltiK- up to OOflflOVlc.
Bomo -wlient Vs so d from horo to go via
OalvoBtou to I'nr s. Tmdo whb active. Lo-
cal rocolpta were 113 cur. our of wh'ch
emdod oontiVict. Mtnnonpolls nnd Duluth
rupofiol 977 curs (tuliuit 10 1at woek
gnd TJ8 u year b.
ThouRh Homewhnt loss nnlmatMl later
tliotniixkt ruled firm .although jMe'd'nff
Homo iownrd the otaso ftn prolU-tnkltiR.
Prlnfary nmolptil were 972.OJ0 biMthuto oom-
parad with 8W.0M a year ajro. Maj1 closed
over Saturday at 0SCS4io.
COItN tas strontr InOuencei! y h'lffer
cablsB ami light coimtry offerlisjw. A
bliT biwtauies wm done wiry ilirpiers
fcolnif free buyem. On Uie bulge there was
nome protU-tiUclinr- Ijooai woeiprs were
l.t cHtiK. May open )??. li'icher at
aiHWHc eased off. to 3IHc and reacted
The corn tiwu-ko't rlosel ttmu May un-
changed from Saturday at JIMso
OATH The nuirket oenetl firm with
oom Inn tunei a shade easier later on
HsUIng by ahlipf r Uecelpts wer MN cars
May opened dull ut 83c touched 23HC
2T ami reacted to the inftUl flgure.
PROVISIONS -local se.ll caused a
Blight loss i provisions early but at the
dooano the markt stalled Mav tork
oponwl a sli.ttle tiruler Saturday at til 10
011.126 lhl sokl to UOOTtt May lard op.
owl lowor nt ff.lilVs Hud iUy rlbt un-
uhaniad ut KMe.QTV.
NIBW YOJUr. ln. U-Dcrnind for
RMiurul nin of cotton goods increasn
and Tulr builiwas do no today. The ten-
It is something be-
sides bad air tnat
makes a woman faint
in a close theatre. A
well woman wouldn't faint The woman
who easily grows faint and dhuy who
has palpitation of the hart a "aturTy"
focllnfr hot flushes nervous troubles
bettor look for the cause in her digestive
system or in tn distinctly
feminine organism maybe
Women who are not quite
well and don't know just
what is the matter and
women who are really sick
and dou't ktiq
what in the
write at once to
Dr. It. V. Pierce
at Iluffalo. N Y .
symptoms in de-
tail. They will
be advised by
Dr. Pierce with-
Dr. Ptercc is
and for over
thirty years has been chief consulting
r;7;" ic wonu-rcnownea invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute nuflalo. N. Y.
He has treated and cured more auiTerinjr
women than any other physician in the
world and more of his " Pavorite Prescrip.
Hon for the correction and cure of all difl-
orucn ami diseases or the feminine organs
except cancer has been sold thnn of all
other similar medicines
Write to Dr Pierce. If his medicines arc
what you need he will tell you so if they are
not what you need he will honestly say so
and will tell you what to do. Dr. Pierce's
position is a sufficient guarantee that his
advice will not be biased by the hope of
selling you few bottles of medicine.
If you wish to study up vow own case
Dr. Pierce will send you. five of all cos
a paper-bound copy of his great iooo-page
book the "Common Sense Medical Ad-
viser" of which over 750000 were sold nt
$1.30 a copy. All that Dr. Pierce asks is
that you send at one-cetit stnmps to pay
the cost of mailing only If you prefer the
hook in fine Prench cloth send 31 stamps.
Addrcsr Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Yi
mi 'WIT T. TTT 1 FVA 0$
ine mm-winter lerm
OP THE -
w exactly Vtn JL?
Caoilal Citv Business College
Begins Tuesday January 2 1900
lieve that when once with us you will be delighted with the school its facilties and
the opportunities offered by it. Write or call for particulars.
JH tr f W 3" ff er
Kind readers we solicit your enrollment for the coming session and further be- Pj
0. C B. 0. Cor. Cleveland and Division j
GUTHRIE OKLA. to
Railroad Timo Tables.
A. T. & 8. F.
SOUTH EAST AND WKST.
Arrive i T.enre
Ciutlirle I Guthrie
S:IOam I 8:00 nm I 0:-3 am
4:40pm If. 80 am 10:00 pm
8:30 am Local Freight
I Local Freight
south southeast and wkst.
i:M pail it-aopm
in.JK nm in n ;.m
o w am
A J COUKINS Agent.
Dr. Pierce's Uamodies nro for sale
nt the EaRle Drur Store.
Take tho mom popumr rou te to St
Louis and all points east Kansas City
and all points north and west.
Santa Pe trains in alto close connec-
tions at Oklahoma City and Wichita
for all points on the Frisco lino.
St Louis and Kansas City mail and
express loaves Oklahoma City at 0:15
every uiornluRS leaves St. Loulu at 8:10
every eveninand arrives at Oklahoma
City at 8:20 tho following evcnln&r.
Through reclining chair cars with-
out change Pullmani palace slcopere
from Mouett to St. Louis and Kansas
pity. You can secure berths beforo
Further information will be cheer
fully glv&n by t.o nearest ngont or
Dist Pass. Agt.. Wichita Kans
HvruON SiNYDKR G. P. A.
St. Louis Mo.
J. W. MoNEAL PrcsldcntJ
A. J. SEAY Vice-President:
Guthrie National Bank.
IJoard of Directors.
U In addition to onicers of hank
W. J. HORSFALL Cashier.
"vVoliava just raccl7e(l a lnrfro ship-
ment of tho celebrated Paul Jones
whiskey and wo will bo de-lighted to
have have our customers call uud try
thooo colebraied goods as they tire
m-eoneuf Old Kentucky's finest pro-
duction. Vi also wish lo Hay for the
beiKlUof the fnncy drlnkt-rs In nntli
uround Quthrlo that we will eorve ov-
er our bar L"aul Jones 4 Roees at Ks.
pur drink. Wo nru now Wated at our
nww ttttid IQft;Wst Ilnrrlton avenue
nnd wduld bo glad to see you all.
UAjtttlXUKU & Co.
Ptono No. m
Opunltifr or tho OreNcont Hotel.
At Eureka Springs Arkansas. This
popular hotel will bo opened to the
public aa an all year resort March 1
1000. A great many Improvements
have been made for the comfort and
convenience of guests and the best of
Borvlco In every particular Is assured.
A grand opening ball will be given
March .1 and for this occasion the
Frieoo line will sell tickets at a very
low rate. Further information cheer-
fully given '.y any Frisco agent or tho
1$. F Dunn. District Passene-er Apt.
Bryan Snyder Oeneral Passenger
Agent St Louis Mo.
Trains will arrive and depart from the
principal stations at the following hours:
No.l So i
11 IS.. . Lv Memphis Ar 0 10
1 12 Fgrest City Lv. .. 4 17
2 01 .Brlnkley 3 23
2 42... . De VallS IllUU . .. 2 42
87 Uazon 2 27
.Carlisle 2 08
3 33 Lonoke .
4 3T J " Ltle Uock
I 1 00
Dciiuty In Ulood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascorcts Candy Cathar-
tio clenn your blood and keop jt oloan by
bhw nig m wiu lozy nvor aim urmng nil im
ninnies boil blotches blaokheftdu.
purities trom tho body. lJogin today to
oammt tunin es. boil hlotr-lit-a. lilnnklw.nila
and that mckly bilious complexion by taking
Cascareta beauty for ten cents. All drug
Uiota ouwmucuou Ktmrameeu luo uoe owe.
Bead Lllllo's Valentino ad.
lllgglo Herry Hooks is an excellent
little manual worthy of a place In
every farmers library. Tho book is
aondonsud and ptaotioa) as valuable
for tho villager with his 10x13 berry
patch as it is for tho commercial berry
grower with his twenty-aoro field.
The price Is SOoents free by mall: ad-
dress tho publishers Wllmer Atkinson
Weekly Loader on yoar and the
Farm Journal tho remainder of
WOO and alt of 1901 1902 1903
and 1904 for only 50a. Sub-
scriptions begin with the current
month; we cannot supply baoh
numbers Orders sont in Febru-
ary will begin with February and
Comiuunulni; I-tovemuor 18th
Observation bleopora dally betwoen St.
Louli and San Antonio adding an-
othor unrivaled featuro to southwest
travel via tho 'Frlsoo line.
o 57 Perryvllle
7 60.. Ola
8 22 Danville
9 22. Magazine ....
l$. .. ioonvlllc . j
10 30 Mansfield .
S. T. L. A S. F. CrossV
10 &7.. Hartford 6 60
11 30 .. Howe 6 03
K. C. 1. & O. Crossing
!J j w.... r 4 48
12 00 ... . 35
Ull Have to Hurry i
White is White
pm S. T. L. & S. F. Cross's
l 40 Ilartshorne ... . 2
ai. iv. t. crossing am
6 21 Techuiseh .. ..10 55
5 30 . . . Shawnee . ..10 40
T 10. Oklahoma City ... 0 07
a. T. & S. F. CrosaV
8 27 . . Kl Reno . ... 8 13
C. It I. & P Grossing
8 44 .. .Port Reno . ....... 7 58
10 It Ar Weathertord Lv 0
Wide vestlbuled Reclining Chair
cars Seats free. Modern day coach-
es. Pullman Sleepers. Call on near-
est ticket agent for full particulars
rolatlvo to through connection east or
I west or address
I 0. B. Hart. General western atront.
J. F. lloldeu Trafllc Manager Little
Henry Wood. General Manager Lit-
tle Rock Ark.
Weekly Leader one year and the
Farm Journal the remainder of
1900 and all of 1901 I00S 1908
and 1904 for only 50a. &&.
soriptions begin with the ourrent
month; we aannot supply baoh
numbers. Orders sent in Fabru.-
ary will begin with fobruaryi and
I In Sunny
Are Islands as charming aa
Capri a coast as gay an tho
Rlvora mountains as
vondarful as any In Italy
or Spain hotels aa sumptuous
as can bo desired out-door
diversions and a wlutor
climate unrivaled In tho
Thousands of tourists aro
already thoro thou.auds
aro on thewaj.
The Santa Fo Ronto will
oomluet von tharaat tho
minimum o( cota in U .no and
money and with
A. J. CORKJNS. Ason'.
TOO LARGE TO ENUMERATE
White the Jeweler is White
THE FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
WHISKIES BY THE GALLON .
McBrayer $3 50
Old Oscar Pepper 8 00
Bond & Lillard 4 qq
Cuchenheimer Rye 4 00
Crystal Brook Rye 4 00
Silver Creek 8 00
Other -whiskies wines and brandies proportionately cheap
THE SAME OLD MOSES
Phone 2 Corner Hariison and Division.
-rrrrtnrru-iiitiMiigtjBH..M .r( Min..rrw
FEU BTI? n MEN is
For Nerve Strength and Blood Health.
TUB VlOOIt 0P THE DCDV IS IN STfiONO NERVES.
TUB LIFB OP ThB U00Y ISH PUR BLOOD.
. yifi0JSu BrJs anowcrful nwve. bt.- n and bloort
food Ttier Xd tho brntii. bulla up repair and
Btrencthen wriumI. uorn aim virwi uerraa ptinf r
and enrich tba tVA amt uiid it Umndloa Ihrouitti
ovcrf ve(n and arlorjr ninV CTrjr oruun to act
aad cmo yni to ttiiKlw wUU duw life.
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Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 63, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 14, 1900, newspaper, February 14, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74763/m1/6/: accessed July 3, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.