Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 75, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 28, 1900 Page: 8 of 8
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See GEORGE H DODSON for Insurance Abstracts Loans Rentals and Collections
TBE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
"Wc guarantee these pre-
. crvcs to be composed
Ripe Fresh Fruit
We exercise great care
TOiti cleanliness in pit
(Serving" them and no
housewife in the land can
produce a better preserve
tliaa the Richelieu and
for purity and richness of
la.Tor they are uRur-
passcd. They are put up
ffy the following varieties
Strawberry Red Raspberry Quince
Pineapple Blackberry White Cherry Red
Cherry Green Gage Plum Damson Plum
Red Currant Apricot. Peach .
Whole Gulf Coast Figs Pear.
108 East Okla Ave.
JSfoir. book st at Lillie's.
Tcy 4 'Y. B." its tli'o best 10c.
fiavo you smoked a Purity cigar?
V&actno polnta at Llllle'a drug store.
'titr&w for nalc enquire of II. II. Ha-
puro drugs go to Llllio's drug
Have your proscriptions filled at'Lll
furity otgars are cool and aweet
TOalUco'ti drug storo.
For Rent Qood South front room
Jfrnjulro 524 13. Harrison.
Mfott Jano (I a gar teacher
fesd org&ft 121 Broad street.
FotrrentCurnlBhed roomfl with or
without Are. Call at 403 E Harrison.
A. Payne county farraor named A.W.
Surrdlvaut has fallen belr to a fortune
o f U000
Indiana farms and business property
iotrido for unencumbered land or
txeaecat merchandise. Address D E.
iParvUnco caro Leader.
Prof. Statton teachor of all string
fend wind instruments. Leave address
Fijsf Statton will teach music in all
iUfcrancHcfij vocai or Instrumental.
JL-flavo your address at tho Guthrie
Tim Jim Fink Restrauant has oh ting
d haiu . MIbs Minru. Qlllett took
anargjoi it aitoi suppor iam uvuuiug.
.Tsdgo Merer was up frdm Guthrie
4kl morning looking aftor matters in
k lstrlot eourU Perry BnUrprise-
Tlvj 8tp.ro building and aontonttt of
J?. VyllHtttus & Oo at Tonkawa wer
otall consumed by flro on tha morn-
FOUSALM Thrco room housn two
loO barn good well and other lm-
rovontonto Oall at 001 N. Div. Streot
A. writer in tho State Capital thinks
Jadldnlans who lived In Kansas bpfore
routing to Oklahoma ought uot to
tfrtfat their flcoond mother iBhabblly by
igaorlng hor rs thoy did lu tho recent
xanion in this city.
A. uowbp&por of our acquaintanca
ift&yBt v .
"0tt Quthrle hotel sorvoe " vitality
2r JjAW.hlB being traiialated moans
isoi.' Asagonoral thing newspaper
a;To not "up"on all tho high flung
Halted in ton cent hotels.
' .; t
Soeinctt . tho would-be-murdorer
of JUib witii aud daughtor
vrkohaH baon on trial for a weok
bororo Judgo Uurford and a jury at
Oklahoma OUy has been found guilty
s eimrgad in thu Indictment. A re
imrJcUlo fUftturo of tho trial was tho
Siuit that hU wife and daughter whom
fe trf tnl U murder were hla prlnelptl
St. Christopher's Ouild will meet
with Mrs. Dunbar tomorrow evening.
A movement is on foot to rid west
Oklahoma avenue of Its negro dives.
"I woald rather be a club woman's
occasional guest thau a regular board-
H. Houston at tho Excelsior
Work on tho streets
and old buildVi
ings was suspended
today cause thcr
Tho grand jury and pettit panels
have bo in drawn for tho noxt term of
court which convenes on March IS.
A big bargain House and two lota
jfhst of Masonic temple. Enquire of
E. C. McOracken at tne Loader office.
a ire uutoi uruocr is mourning tne
loss of a quantity of chop feed. It was
stolen last 'night from tho barn ad-
lolnlng the fire house
The noon train today was two and
one-half hours late on account of the
severe blizzard that swept over Kan-
sas and Oklahoma last night.
The Stroud Star keeps standing in
its columns a large handsomo picturo
of President MoKinley and right over
it this legend: "Entered at the Stroud
postoffico for transmission through tho
mail s second class matter
At a meeting of tho wholesale mer-
chants of Oklahoma at El Reno Satur-
day stops were taken to relievo the
wholesale dealer from tho exactions
of tho trusts and especially the tobac-
Prof. Joe Statton bandmastorof the
First Roglmont Band is fitting up a
nieo oluilo where ho will teach piano
and all other string instruments flute
piaaolo and oornat. For the proaont
those dosiriug his aorvloos should leave
their add rasa at the Guthrie Cash
Indian agent Pollook of tho Osages
has made an ardor that debts contrac-
ted outslda the reservation cannot bo
colloctad and that tha slightest sign
of intoxlcauUi among tha Indians will
bo auiueionmause to withhold their
annuities which aro due Maroh 13 to
IS for the fullbloods and tho 10 to 31
for the mixed bloods.
FaultH of digoation caU8Q disorders
of tho liver and the whole system be-
comas deranged. HEROINE perfects
the proooss of digouon and nsslrailtv
lion aud thus makes puro blood. Price
30 oents. Sold by F. B. Lllllc & Oo.
and Whuoler & Son.
If the olgur you are now smoking
does uot quito suit your taste a trip to
Olsmlth's andujust ono smoko" from
any of tho following brands just a
will remedy thatt Lewis' Single Wil-
der Vioento Ppctuoudp La Flor lis
poolttl da Uojg
Removed from 118 Harrison to
Off east Okiahppia auenus next to
Franklin's grOQOnj. We are 3ll0W-
inn tha nlaast stock ot Hamsun and
tng nw nioest swun oj narniw ana
Saddlery goads in Untune. OaU
and see me. oan eave you won
III A KlllllHII
XBllSOXAX. MKNTION. t
J. II. Flees ia up from Oklahoma.
W S. Patton was up from Edmond
H J Wafcson an attorney of Pond
Creek la horo today.
Rclloy the Dold Packing Companjl
man was hero today
W. 8. FIto the chlokon man of Ok-
lahoma is horo today.
J. 0. 01 arc ia hero from Oklahoma
City on lnsuranco business.
C J. Humphrey of Doniphan Nob
is in tne city looking' ground.
I R. W. Irwlu went to Oklahoma Olty
I today and will rc'maln there the rest
of tho week.
0. W. Annia sheriff of Poyno coun-
ty. nnd Jim PJorco came over from
Stillwater last evening. The return-
0. H. Stowo left last flight for Okla
homa City where ho exacts to moot
his brother A. A. Stown.of Stillwater
They will leave for HprriBon. Ark.
whore tho latter has com . big mining
interests. Mr. Stowo expects to look
the country over and porhaps mako
Homo Investments beforo returning to
K. O. ar. Dnnca.
JTho E. 0. M. Dancing Club gavo a
nice danco a. the dancing hall last
night despite tho furious blizzard that
prevailed' Tho music was .iurnisbedl
byvgeder's orchestra. Thnse present
were; Mossrs.'lin'dr-MeBuames P. n.
Greer L. N. Beadles F. B. Lucas E.
A. Douglas; Mesdames Blanche Dun-
gan and H. C Barnes; Misses- Blocklo
Jamison Zoo Kimball. Nollio Kimball
Edith Tipton Mary Nicholas Florence
Sturgis; Messrs. Dr. Petty Qeorgo Tip-
ton Dr. Clark C. F. Tatum Walter
Poland Bert Maine Frank Burford.
Stuart Briggs H. W. Pentecost Harry
Decker Georgo Willis and Ben Kauf-
man Guthrie is threatened with the re-
appearance or. the Rev. Mister Culpep-
per who will conduct revival services.
A. A. Wadsworth Jr is in tho city
looking after insurance matters no
Is irom Kentucky and Is thinking of
remaining hero permanently.
Up at Blackwoll tho city authorities
quarantined 18 days against u cat that
took tho smallpox from Its little mis-
tress who was a victim Of tho disease.
- .. . . . . N.I
r. Mciveooy s uorse ran away yes-N
tvrday evonlng.smaihlng aphis buggy.
The horBe became frightened at the
hail that preceded tho elect and snowy
!... lltlf Kilo. ...I J
Ul iUQItUlUbD Wli&faMl L4. J
J. H. Bonnott.recently of St. Josoph
Mo. has established architect head-
quarterp in room 12 Dewey building'
Ho '.iaa just came to Guthrie and will
mako his future home here.
William M. Engort treasurer of the
lloosier colony of Oklahoma has re-
solved a letter from E. E. McColllstor
editor of tho Greer County Sun apply-
ing for membership in the colony and
saying that Greer county can bo relied
upon for a strong Hoosler delegation
to the next reunion.
THE CAPJTOL NA-
TIONAL BANK OF
MA OFFERS TO DE-
BUSINESS AND RE-
The OtJrnmagr farm adjoining the
olty plat on tho south yes was sold
by Judgo Oommager yastorday even-
ing to Uonry E. Asp. The amount . o!
tho alo was 81600. A portion of thi
land will bo used for terminal faclli
ties of tho Santa Fo railroad.
J. M. Brooks received 5100 4n car.h
this morning from Tom Connor as a
contribution to tho Rock Island. V ab-
road fund. This ia a good thing and
is highly appreciated b tho colnttit-
ah. Mr. Connov owns tho northvust
corner of Harmon and Division afreet
ii-d will nrobably oroot a fln'V bund
ling thero in tho near future .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Uirsch rotund yes-
torday from a ten days' trip ea;it. Mra
ttlirsoh visited hor parents at yW
dan east picking out big bargain (
"the Grand Leader which wlV be jVn
oo thi uwkot in a few days ue 3Us
ill. while Mr. Hir6lU brawn uuosqu
y 'vw - r ------vViu ij.
?? ;1V IooSm b. oin i W
?nQ took and nick out a few ra.v
n r - - - 1
ptlon nnd Evening With Longfellow
nt Mrn Carter.
ho Excelsior literary club had a
eception and evonlng with tho poot
Longfellow last night at tho homo of
Mrs. N.M. Carter on north Broad. Pic-
tures of tho great poot his homo and
surroundings woro exhibited. . Tho
program was entirely from Longfcl-
4ovjrCn"dwas "aafollowal '
Recitation Miss Murlol Hopkins.
Instrumental duet. MeadanmcB
Whltbeck and DodBon.
Paper "A Pen Picturo of Longfel-
low Mrs. Hopkins.
Vocol solo "The Bridge" Mrs
Paper "Rovlow of Longfellow's
Poomb" Mrs. Shultz.
Instrumental solo Nrs. Whltbeck.
This was followed by a club ban-
quot. Mrs. Carter officiating as toast-
master and opening with tho toast
'Club Womon In tho Home." A. H.
Huston relpondod to "Tho Clab Wo-
man's Guest" W. II. Herod to "Tho
Olub Woman's Husband" and Marlon
Rock to "Club Work."
Tho event was a most enjoyable one
as Indicated by tho doep Interest tho
members take in their club uork aud
study. Thoso present were;
Messrs. and Mesdatnes Huston Mor-
ris Beach Black Brown Cartor.Oolc-
man Collagen Dodson Falrflold
lazier Hart Il.irod Hixon Hopkins
Jftred James McKluloysr.McKlnloy
r Joo Mlllor H. L. Miller Pond J.
El Bhultz Stumpff Wilbor WbltbecU.
rleadumcs Rock of Oklahoma City;
"McBridc Miller Nelson; Miss Minnie
Mlllor Hawkins Palmer Black Car-
ter McBrldo. Mes&rB Maxey Black
Miller and Carter.
A Night of Terror.
'Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of tho bravo General Burnham
of Machias Me. when the doctors
said she would die from pneumonia
beforo ntornlng" writeB Mrs. S. H.
Lincoln who attended her that fearful
night "but sho begged for Dr. King's
Now Discovery which had more than
onco saved her life anu cured her of
consumption. After taking sho slopL
all night. Further uso entirely cured
her." This marvelous medicine Is
guaranteed to cure all throat chest
and lung diBcfes. Trial bottles free
at Cenfro'a drug store.
Fine business store room and base-
ment In Victor block separate or qom-
blncd suitablo for restaurant saloon
or barber sTiop ; water central loca-
tion low rent. W. S. Smith.
St. Louis February 28. James Kira-
brough Jones Jr. son of Senator
Jones chairman of tho Democratic
national committee t?as married here
last evening to Miss Annie Gray Tay-
lor. Among the woddlng presents was
a check from Wm. J Bryan.
Victoria to Uuller.
WindBor Fob. 28 Tho queen today
sent a message to Bullor commiserat-
ing with him over tho heavy losses of
Don't irritate your lungs with a
stubborn cough when a pleasant and
effective remedy may uo found In
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP.
Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by F. B.
Llllle & Co. and Wheeler &. Son.
List of letter remaining in tho Guth-
rie postofilco and advertised February
Ladies Nannio AnderBon Catherine
Armstrong Minnie Ohureb Cora Ern-
so Hollle Greer Cora Harpster Ful-
He Hurst L. E. Jonea.Maay Kelly Era-
ma Langston Sallio Llttcn Murl
Miller Agues McDurlum Maud Mar-
tin Edna Patch J. O. Phillips. Oarrlo
Roberts Mat lam Spraguo Maynfo
Gontlomcn W E Baker Goo. Bell
Col. Brown. Fred Bachman Frank
Bond Colllo Brook George Clark
Thomas Clark. J L Olarkfcton Dick
Ewlng Edwin Fortnoy Sam Foreman
James Gregory Charles Harris Will
Hathaway J. It. Hicks A.W. Jackson
F L. Jones Paul Johnson George
Leo E. O Lft.no A. E Moore Charley
Oliver John Ruano (dead) Thomas
Snlkes. Robert Summors M. O. Tolor
Fred Tlnsborry D. B. Weaver Thomas
Mary Cooker Mrs.L. L. Gould. Mary
E. Sload. A. B. Ball Sarah Dohman
MonryC. Herbert Rev. W. Shafer T.
V ill .... W M MnfVkV T M
W. M. MoCoy P. M.
'I think I would go crazy with pain
wei'd It not for Ohamberloln's Pain
Balm'.'. writes Mr. W. H. Staploton of
lfernflnle. Pa. "I have been ailllctod
with rhcuratlBm for several years and
havq uled td nedle3 without number.
tmt PaSn H m is the best medicine I
have got told of.'
relieves tho pain.
Forsalo by C. R.
fILLIAMSON UALSELL CBASIER ffcOHPANY
Wholesale uGrocers I Guthrie
Dad Tnylor "Wants lo Know
Editou Lradfii There ia much talk
about voting bonda for soworage Now
I have no objections to sewerage but-
for isovcral reasons I am opposed to
otlng bonds. Bonds mean slavery for
ursolvcB our children and their chil
dren even though tho bonds aro liqui
dated at tho tlmo for which thoy woro
given. But if wo judge of tho future
'by tho past wo know that instead of
being liquidated thoy will bo refund'oft
for a greater amount. Stop an i think
If bonds are eo benoficlal to a commu-
nity why elocs tho majority of tho com
munity becomo poorer and tnoir prop-
erty become centralized in tho hands
of a few.
Now I proposes that if they wish to
voto bonds for sewers an exemption bf
300 worth of real estate shall bo
made and that no person who Is not
assessed at more than $300 worth pf
real estate shall voto on tho question
of bonds. It Is not just or right that
persons who do not awn any real
estate should vote a mortgage on other
people's property. Real cstato is tho
only security for the payment of tho
Men who only have personal prop-
erty oan tako it and lcavo when thoy.
Tho present necessities of sewerage
in this city can bo constructed for
8S000; taut Is the mains Under tuo
Ambererombio estimato last spring
thoy trlod to voto 45 000.
Tho only trouble wo havo in tho elty
government is getting engineers to
make estimates sufficiently high to
justify the amount of bonds wo think
we can spend. Wo would bo able to
spend 810000 or 815000 in a public woll
by sinking tho money in it. or. in somo
one'B pocketB. Then wo be.Ja7o wo
Would be ablo to spend 810000 or S50-
000 in sewers or sluBh and if tho peo-
ple will glvo us 20000 ur 30000 more
wo will play Coal Oil Johnny with it.
Stoof V tli Off.
E. B. Munday a lawyer of Henriet-
ta Texas onco fooled a grave digger
Ho says: "My brother was very lor
with malarial fnvcr and jaundice I
persuaded him to try Electric bitters
and ho was aoon much hotter but con-
tinued their use until ho was wholly
cured. I am sure Electric bitters
saved his life' This remedy expels
malaria kills disease germs and pur-
ifies the blood; aids digestion regus
latcs liver kidneys and bowels euro-
constipation dyspeps'a nervous dis
eases uidney troubles lemalo com
plaints; givos perfect health.
50 cents at Renfro's drug store.
Stooped 1m Gloom
Scrlpps-MuRaq League- ' '
Brussles Feb. 2t Dr L'oyds tho
Boer representative in ill with influ-
enza at Amsterdam Tho Boerlqga
tlon here are stponed in gloom today
over tho surrender of Cronjo.
"I'oraevaro nnd I'rospcr." TaVc Hood's
Sarsanarllla faithfully audit will cure.
scrofula salt rheum bolls pimples and all
blood humors; also dyspepsia rheumatism
urea iceiing. it never
Sick headache cured by Hood's 1'Uli
Cupe No mo Murdor
Seattle Feb. 28 The first murder
reported from Capo Nome is a Boston
page theatrical manager. Ho was
shot by a United States deputy mar-
onui uucing a quarrel over
I'ciunu Curs JCh Grippe.
Mrs. Theophllo Schrdltt' wlfo of ox-
Socretary German Consular writes
from 3417 Wabash avenue: "i iUffcred
thlB winter with a feevero attaclr of li
grippe and hoard of the value of Pe-
ruuR. In s-uch cases. After using only
throo bottles I not only found that tho
la grippe had disappoared.but my gen-
eral heulth was much better."
Mrs. Jano Gift of Hubbardsvillb
Ohio writes : I think I would havo
boen dead long ago bad it not bean for
Peruua. I havo used it In ray family
for coughs colds and la grippe I
would not be without it In tho house.
I really think it has added years to my
A. W. Perrln M. D. S. 080 Haloey
streot Brooklyn. N. YM says: I am
using your Peruua myself and am rec-
ommending It to my patients in all
casus of catarrh and find It to be moro
than vou represent."
Address Dr. Hartman Columbus O.
for a froo book.
Indian ltrorvntions to bo Opened
Congress baa again taken up the
subject of opening to white settle-
ment tho Kiowa Comaneho and
Apaoho Indian reservations but if tho
ast pasccs congress it will bo at least
twolvo months boforo theso lands can
bo opened to settlement. The bill
firovidcs for extending tho mining
aws ovor tho part of theso reserva-
tions whore ratnorals exist.
Ko-Xp-Tao ror Fifty Cent.
Guaranteed tobacco habit euro mnlcea wo&k
tuou xu-QDir. blood aire. 60c. JL All dr ymilsta
joi n u. nunti. gams.
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