Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 49, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 31, 1900 Page: 6 of 8

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THE LEADER. GUTHRRTE OKliAHOMA.
POWERS
slip of paper found in his pockets when
ho was arrested and which reads: '
"Powora la our frend. I
(Signed.) "VT. S. TAYLOR." I
was given to him by Governor Taylrr
on tho morning of the assassination to h
TuK08 tlUJ gliillll 1111(1 IHMlil'8 1110 taken to Pension Agent Lesllo Combs nfi
A . ..... J Louisville who has chnrgo of tho fund I
TOStilllUliy Ci Witnesses wUh which tho expense of tho contest!
I t.t tjt m. i ii i .1
were ucius jmiu. jliiu ivaiiiuuuy wu3 in
' tcrrupted ot this point by adjournment.
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QEORQKTOWN ICY. JULY 30.-EX-Sccrotary
of SUito daltb Powers too Hummt.r TourlHt Kates to Colorado
tho stand In his own behalf today but Summer tourUt tickets to Denver
did not ootnploto his testimony on direct Colorado Springs and Paeblo will be
examination. 116 will bo on tho stand placed on Bale Juno 1st and sold dally
all day tomorrow. Ills defense Is an to anil Including September 15th.
admission that ho organized the body of 1000 with Qnal return limt of October
mountaineers who wont to Frankfort on 3t 1000. btop overs will be ol'owed
sovtral occasion last winter for ln -"Roing trip after reaching the flrst
ouviiut w . innri Colorado common point. Iho return
formation with tho state con est board juust bj aQ oboIute conttnuoU8
and tho ox-ffoyernor but no to Intimidate commoncin(r onho dato of
them. Ho entered a denial of tho. dam- 5xotuUon by tho Joint agont.
aging charges nmdo against him by Wit- A j ComciNS Agent
ncssofl Culton Golden Noakos and oth- ... ... . . .
ers. On tho stand this afternoon he de- A Ictorloa In tlc rcautllo World
nlcd that Henry Yutsoy had tho keys J Are only won by perseverance coupled
to his offlco on tho day of tho asassln- with the good generalship that char-
ation but said thoro wore two ko) to acter'zes the successful military gen-
tho office ono of which wa3 in tho pos- eral: Alert business fellows are quick
esslon of a formor assistant secretary ot to recognize this fact and coupled
state W. J. Davidson and another In I witb the requisite tenacity they take
possesion of Bon Rowc Governor Tay- advantage of evciy opportunity every
lor's colored porter. Powers says nelth- Point that will plart the banner of
or of these keys wero over in his posses. Recess nearer the desired goal every
lv nMl IfPV 111' l.-V """."'" iUWlCUOUUUUOLlCUKUl
slon and said that he had his own key in
his pockot In Louisville the day of the.
assassination. Davis in in tho far West
1 en their business.
I Modern per istent advertising
reaelvng the Iargpst number in the
somewhere in Indi ma probably Is Ander
son
supposou io uc In up t "-'-' quickest possible time-is fully recog-
ton and Davidson the colored portor is . t.h hnr. mnt. tn w?occ
succes. To interest the la-pPRt num-
ber in tho shortest possible timp is nnt
At tho afternoon session the defendant f uraiy vour wjsi tind the onlv manner
resumed the stand. He told of the con- j which this can be safely accom-
ferenoo at which FInley Powers and oth-j plished is by advertising
ers discussed tho arrangement for tak- If you've'b lmething oi interest that
Ing tho mountaineers to Frankfort with you feel will appeal to the public tell
John A. Rlack who strongly opposed the( of it in the Leader. The returns will
movement. Tho wltnoss said he request prove satisfying sor our readers area
ed Flnley and Black would uko their bst class whoso trade will give j'our busi-
to keep tho crowd from degenerating in oess a forward bound whose patron-
Influcnco to a mob but ho denied to B!nok I age is well worth the asking
that ho was going to organize n mob. I
Ho said that ho had no recollection of
having said in tho presence of "W. II. Cui-
$ We are Making Great Preparations for the Coming Year 9
1 FALL TERMS BEGIN 1
SEPTEMBER 10 1900. f
p W
S FOR PARTICULARS-AND WE QLADLY FURNISH ANY AND ALL DESIRED
$t INFORWATION-WRITEUS AT EITHER OF OUR LOCATIONS ADDRESS &
Capital City Business College
Guthrie O. T. Oklahoma City O. T.
Frisco Itiillotln
Account Bienn'al Conclave Kniehts
ton that tho legislature would bo given pyliiaS( Detroit Michigon August 27
thirty minutes to act nnd if it did not to September 1 the Frisco Line will
m wiai nmo inev woum kui ujp demo- i 6eU tickets from all points in Kansas
cratlc legislators. Aftorwnrds he said Oklahoma and Indian Territories at
positively that no such romark was made rate of one fare plus S3 00 for the
and added: i round trip. Tickets on sale August
"Nothing of tho sort was done. We 25 25 and 27 with final return limit
could have elenned them up. If we had Septembers. By depositing the same
desired." with joint the agent Detroit you can
In regard to sending the nien homo get extous'on on ticket until Septem-
froin Frankfort thp evening of January ber 11.
25 about which "Witness Nonkes testified National Encampment Grand Array
last week and told of n broach between Republic Chicago August 27 to SeD-
tho wltnoss and Governor Taylor Powers tetnber 1 rate of one fare plus S2 for
said: the round trip. Tickets on sale Aug-
"1 heard that they wero going to send .4 to 27 inclusive with final return
the men and I opposed as the men had limit September 1. Ry depositing
been up all tho night bofore. I went same on or before Septembers same
to soo Governor Taylor and he told me It can bp extended until September 30.
ban boon decided to send them home. a. C.ep Kutos via Trlsco uu.
their presence was having a bad effoct.' at cty ticket office corner
Some of the anti-Goebol demount inii Vian. ?.n" uouK&5. iCMta Kansas
Biggie Berry Book No. 2 of The
Big?le Books is all about berries. A
whole encyclopedia of Verry kre boil-
ed down after the manner of Farm
Journal Tells ab ut varieties about
planting growing mulching cultiyat-
irg picking and marketing. It gives
pracical pointers from the pens of
bcores of leading berry growers from
all parts of the country who have con-
tributed to its cohitns It hasCo'ored
representatsons of berry true to size
and color thiuty-three portraits of
practical berrymr. and thirtyflve
oiber illustrations handsomely bound
in cloth. The prie is 50 cents free
by mail; address the niblishers Wil-
mer Atkinson Co.. Ph. AdelpHa
for full information or any 'Frisco
line agent to
Williams Bay Wis. June 15-Sept. 5.
M lwaukee Wis. July 23-27
Detroit Mich. August 27-Sept. 1.
Chicago 111. August 27-September 1
Denver Colo. July 23-24.
Colorado and Utah points July 0-17
B. F. Dunn
District Pass. Agent.
strongly disapproved of bringing the men
armed and threatened to dpsort Gover-
nor Taylor In tho contest unless he sent
the men home." I
Tho witness testified that he did not
give Ywitsey a key nor did ho hear a
conversation with Powers and Golden In
reference to Goebel going to be killed by to August 1.
xuiuw uicK .c" i s. ho did meet Yout-
sey in the hall of the leglslalvo building
and Youtsey asked him to let him !n the
ofTIco. "Wltnen did not know why Your- r i o i v i t
ey wanted to get In there; but witness i gg e Swine bo " just as valua-
fi t .n 1 1 i . rL' " Jines3 ble for a man with one hog in a litt'e
JK ke -s in d nocL - WUn0M hna S M for a maU "ith a hudred ogI
TTnHiJiinT I feeding on the sheltered side of a
"VSSi Vr TUrrDay'ftndwth bBrbed wlr feace- its chapter on
W. J. Ddson Monday evening. Januarj' ''Cholera" is alone worth ten timee
K) about bringing another body of men what the book costs. You ought to
to Frankfort but did not decide until have it the Leader says so. The
Tuesday morning of the assassination. It price is fifty cents free by mail; ad-
was agreed to do it. dress the publishers Wilmer Atkin-
ray Golden and wltnoss went to LouIf- son Co. Philadelphia.
Tlllo for tho purpose of securing tran- "
portation for tho crowd that was to ba Two trains daily on the Choctaw be-
gotten up. Tho witness testified that the tween Howe and El Reno. See Stnne
prwvftff4. "' r-T h- n 1 1 mj i
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ffiMiaMiaMsaaHSKWiiffiwias
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Great Reductions in
Wall Pape
Prices almost cut in two in some patterns.
Paper worth
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Cut to .....
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Pap?r worth
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20
If you expect to paper at anytime this fall it will
pay you to buy during this sale as you will get no
such prices in the future.
We have a large sock of Fourth of July goods
and our prices will please yoa.
F. B. Lillie & Co.
Drugs Paints and "Wall Paper Victor Block.
Books and Wall paper Stationery etc. Dewey Block.
2MiffiMEiI2EI
Choctaw Itoute
Knights of Pythias conclave Detr it
Mich. Tickoth on sale August 25 2(5
and 27 at one fare plus two dollars for
the round trip. Tickets are limited
until Sept. 5 for re'urn passage with
privilege of cj. tending until Sept 14.
For any information regarding the
above named rates call on or write C.
B. Hart G. W. A. C. 0. & G R R.
Oklahoma City; E. P. Kidwell T.P.A.
Oklahoma City Okli; or J. F. Holden
TrafPc A'anager Little Rock Ark.
"WOMEN'S CLUHS OF GUTIIK1E.
ACOUN CLUB Mrs F.K. Brnoke.president:
Mrs. J. J Houston secretary. Meets on
every Thursday afternoon.
CAMBRIDGE CLUB Mrs. A. II. Huston.
President: Mrs. N. M. Carter secretary.
Meets "very alternate Tuesday.
LXCLLSIOR CLUB Mrs. Almont Hl.xon
President . Mrs. Geo H Dodson secretary.
Meets every Mondaj afternoon.
SHAKESPEARE CLUB -MrsJosepHWisby
President: Miss Reese secretary. Meets
each alternate Tuesday.
SOROSIS CLUB Composed of tbe society
ladles led by Mlis Helen Green. Meets
every Tuesday.
CHAUTAUQUA CLUB Mrs. W L Rhodes
President: Mrs NM Carter secretary.
Meets every Thursday afternoon.
BANNER UNIVERSITY EXTENSION-
Miss Alma Carson president: Miss Anna
Hutchinson secretary. Meets Saturday
evening.
OAPITAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION-
J Mrs. Julia Ryan President: Mibs Mar-
Ruerlte Byrne secretary Meets every
Wedne&day evening.
Officers of Cltv
Dale. President: Mrs J. J
t ry.
Federation Mrs. Frank
Houston becre-
LQDGB lilltKOTOUY.
Capitol Lodge No l Royal Tribe of Joseph
meets every Saturday night at 30 o'clock
In Odd fellows- nan
-T B reder w. P.
A. A. MEACHAM Scribe.
hah. Vlslslng members
Hartrantt Post No. 3 G. A. R.. meets on
first and third Saturdavs In each month at
7:30 p. m. in probate court room Visiting
comrades always welcome.
' W B. HEROD. P. C.
M. L. MOCK. AdJutnan
Guthrie Camp No. 3 Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday night in the K.
of P hall. Visiting Woodmen are welcome
J.B. TOWKRS Clerk.
WM. GREGORY Cm. Com.
tn
niar mpMinc third "Wednesdav evening In
each month at 8 o'clock. All brethren cordl
ally Invited to Attend. n
H. F. ARDERY Sec.
G. H. WILLIS W. M.
Naomi Reneicah Lodge No. 2 L O. O. F.
meetsurst and thl-'d Tuesday at 7:30 In the
Od 1 Fellowsu nail In the Weinberger bulla
Ingj Visitors welcome .
B MATTIE DOUGHTY NO.
KATE M WETHY. Sec.
Guthrie lodge No. 1 A. O. U.
ay cv
W
mee
Thnrnrtav evenlne of each week at 7:30
Victor block corner First and Harrison
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
O. S HUTZEL M.W.
HA. G. DENNIS Recorder
I O. R. M. meets every Friday night lu
Kof hall. Visiting chiefs always welcome
GILBERT EREEMAN Sachem.
H. C. BARNEY. Chief of Rerorc's.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1 1. O. O. F
In e-j month. S. R. BATES. C. P.
meets the second and fourth Friday nights
l e-a month. S
E. P. MERTEN Scribe
Outhrle Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F. meets
Monday night of each week at 7 30 Visiting
Odd Fellows always welcome
E. TURNEY NG.
O W BRUCE. Secretary
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meets every
Monday at8P.M.ln their hall In the Vic-
tor block corner First and Harrison. Visit-
ing Knights are always welcome.
CO FISH C C.
CHAS. POND. M. of F. and K. ot R S.
Guthrie Lodge No. 218 B. P. O. E( meets
the second and last Tuesday In each monch
in Woodmen hall. J a" B. LEVY E. R.
J. FOUCART Sec'y
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HALSELL Pi
Grocers l I
Wholesale CI Grocers ' Guthrie UOkla. City
XX)KXXOC0XCXXX00
CASH TRANSFER
PCOHTS 33
The newest and best wagon in Guthrie. The best service
at ail times. We deliver anything from a spool of thread to an
ice plant. Our work guaranteed.
Tom Casn Transfer Line.
Telephone for baggage wagon.
THE FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
WHISKIES EY THE GALLON.
McBrayer 3 50
Old Oscar Pepper : 3 00
Bond & Lillard '. 4 00
Gucbenheimer Eye 4 00
Crystal Brook Rye 4 00
Siiver Creek 3 00
Cther whiskies wines and brandies proportionately cheap
THE SAME OLD MOSES
Phone 2 Corner Hanison and Division.
d. BB FAIRFIELD I
TRANSFER COAL
AND STORAGE!
1 Phone 20. Office and Yards 604 W. Harrison
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J. W MOKEAL. President)
A. J. SEAY Vice-President:
Guthrie National Bank
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Capital $00000.
Sprpa $10000.
Board of Directors.
JAMES STRATTON
In addition to officers of bank
W. J. HORSFALL Cashier.
FRANK DAL K
J. R.COTTINQHAM.
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SUNDAY DINNER AT THE DELMONICO 25C J
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118 WEST HARRISON
The best coffee that monpv mn i.
auil everything else equally as good
We Never Slee
SHORT ORDERS
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