Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 75, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 30, 1900 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
I WILLIS 1HE PROGRESSIVE TAILOR I
I S Our Object is to Give You a Neat j f 1
I i Stylish Fit. 1
YOU TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF- gl
I FABRICS Si
3 OF THE LATEST STILES
I If we fail to please you it -will break a record of B
" Eight years of-bonest Tailoring. H
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&& gxJxS J3s $&$ $-$0-(i
Cards printed while you wait at the
Great bargains in wall paper now at
Lillie's drug st re
For pure drugs best perfumes and
toilet articles go to Lillie's drugstore
Two tru:us daily on the Choctaw be-
tween Howe and E Reno. See agent
The Leader will soon give sketches
of all the candidates on the county
24 envelopes and 24 sheets of note
paper in a bos all for 5c at Lillie's
For Rent One
320 "Bast Noble
Have you seen the new prices on
wall paper at Lillie'6? It will pay
you to buy now.
Guthrie will be favored w ith Ros-
coe's circus on September 11.
Guard Mull at the federal jail in-
tends to go to Jefferson Saturday to
spend a few days with his fam'ly.
Deputy Marshal TkotnaB arrived last
evening from the Comanche country
having in custody Wm. Kineman who
is charged with introducing whisky
John Walker assumed charge of the
postoffice news stand yesterday and
today he is making some improvements
in its arrangement. Ths screen parti-1
tion i6 being removed and other im-
provements are buing made to accom-
modate the public.
Cons'ipation impaired digestion and
a torpid liver are the "most common
ailments that are responsible for that
tired listless fagged out feeling that
makes the summer season a dreaded
period to so many people. UERBINE
cures coostipation improves digestion
and arouses the livrr to proper action.
Price 50 cents. F. B Liliie & Co. and
Wheeler & Son.
Wm. Kelso of thiB city Jb at present
actint? as relief guard at the federal
jail in the absence 01
E. S. ThrallB.
iMunsey's Magazine will be- on sale
at Walker's poitoffie bookstore after
Wenner's home seekers guide and
sectional map of the Kiowa and Co-
manche country is sold by F B. Liliie
& Co. at 25c.
For Rent Furnished room for one
or two gentlemen or man and wife.
Also board if desired. Call Sunday at
004 South Elm Street.
The most convenient aud best ven
tilated office and sleeping rooms in the
city are on the second floor of the Bil-
lingsley block over Rimsay's. See
Ohas. E. Billingiley at the Capital
Godfrey Jones of Kansas City rep
resenting the DreyfuB Liquor Co. left
this afterno n over the E. O. Mr.
Jones 6ays of all the vast territory he
travels in his best trade is in Okla-homa.
I glories from bife.
Rev. L. H .Holt is in Coylo.
B. W. Pulse is in Stillwater.
COD Fish is in Oklahoma City.
S. T. Oibourn is in Oklahoma City.
Mrs N. F. Cneadle is in Oklahoma
A. C. Thomas of Holt Mo. is at the
J. S Blount is at the Capital from
W. Perrince ia at the Capital from
B. F. Bill'ngsley of Ft. Worth is at
0. II. Blanchard of Cincinnati is at
Col. J. T. Silver of Washington is at
W. H. McBride of Stillwater is at
J. H. Frederick of Arkansas City is
at the Royal.
W. H. Vaught of Washington Pa.
is at the Oakla.
Special to The Lkadkh.
Enid Aug. 20. The Republicans at
their legislative and council conven-
tions today nominated Richard Mcssal
for the council Ret Millard in the 10th
and Frank Rogers in the 20th legisla-
tive districts. It was a case of turn
ing down the niember& of the upper
and lower house tent from this county
two years ago. Ex-Senator HavenB
was not placed in nomination the op-
position having 113 out of 140 dele-
gates but instead a Mr Hunt was
brought in to copo with MesBall to
keep tho nomination from being unan
imous. The forces successful in this
fight have always been anti-Flynn
notwithstanding the candidates are all
Tomorrow the Republican county
convention will bo held and another
defeat 1b in store for Col. Uavens. He
has made the race for chairman of the
county central committee but T. J.
Smford the present inci. jabent has
him beaten by a good majoilty.
DISTllICT COUKT DATKS
DIES FOR OfAMON
Jim p. llerrnmuu HUkes n Sacri
lice for II or J wol. J-
Rev. J. B Culpepper has just closed
a meeting at Pawnee which resulted
in 200 conversions. He goes from
there to South McAleeter.
Piles are not only in and of them-
selves very painful and annoying but
often greatly aggravate and even
cause other grave and painful affec; '
vons ana Bnouia mereiore not uu
neglected. TABLER'S BUCKEYE
PILE OINTMENT is a great boon to
sufferers as it will cure them. Price
50cents in bottles; tubes 75 cents j' F.
B. Liliie and Co. and Wheeler fc Son
Col. John S. Badger postmaster-
general of the Pawnee postoffices was
at the union terminal station today en
route home from a visit to Kansas City
Col. Badger is a very pleasant man
easy to approach notwithstanding he
is a big man in politics and in flesh.
The Colonel weighs 375 pounds.
The annual cost of tribal schools in
the Indian Territory is a3 follows:
Creek S85.000; Cherokee 100000;
Citizens of Kenton Beaver county
were annoyed by smoke from a prai-
rie fire at Stonington Col. sixty m'.ies
Tho ladies of the Catholic church
will hold one of their pleasant socials
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Burke 005 east Warner avenue on
Friday evening. Aug. 31 All are invited.
For digestive weikness nervousness
pains in the Bide flatu ence dizziness
wakefulness headache and other an-
noving accompaniments of costiveness
HERBINE is a prompt and unequalled
remedy. Price 50 c uts. F. B. Liliie
& Co. and Wheeler & Son.
Mrs. Purmelia B. Almond who died
last week at Antlers I. T. had been a
member of tho Baptist church for sixty-five
Probate Judge Foster yesterday is-
sued a marriage license to George C.
Wicker ago 38 of Mulhall and Myr-
tle Alexander age 18 of Standard.
The Bauk of Indian Territory is cer-
tainly a prosperous and popular insti-
tution. Since June 11 to date two
months and a half thoy have received
180 new accounts.
Emma Bardo was nominated for
county superintendent in Kay county
and when called uppn for a speech
made this one: "I would provo that a
woman could keep still when Bhe had
a chance to talk."
Just received new invoice of Colum-
bia cigars the product of tho best of
the celebrated Key West and Tampa
factories guaranteed to be absolutely
Havana filled and tho very best cigar
of the kind in the market. Sold at 5
cents each. Special prices by the box
You will find thorn at OlBmlth's.
An informal reception will bo given
Mjb. Rev. L.J. Parker by ladies of tho
W C. T. U at tho home of Mrs. Gus
Anderson 410 E. Springer. August 31
at 3 o'clock p. m. P. M. L Ray Sec;
Ilattie Palmer pres.
Mrs. G. W. Stevens returned today
from Iola. Kas. where she visited her
parents. Mrs. Steven's sister Miss
Burtha Ruble accompanied her home
and will spend the winter here.
Plump cheeks flashed with the sotf
glow of health ar.d a pure complexion
make all women beautiful HERBINE
impart6 strength and vitality to the
system and the rosy hue uf health to
the cheeks. Price 50 cents. F.B. Lil-
ie it Co. and Wheeler it Son.
Summer Tourlt Itntus to Colorado.
Summer tourist tickets to Denver
Colorado Springs and Pueblo will be
placed on sale June 1st and sold dally
up to and including September 15th.
1000 with final return limit of October
31st 1900. Stop overs will be allowed
on going trip after reaching the first
Colorado common point. The return
trip must be an absolutely continuous
passage commencing on the date of
exetution by the joint agent.
A. J. Coukins Agent
Many women throughout tho coun-
try make pin money out of their
chickens. We have known women
who have clothed the entire family
with the proceeds of the poulry yard
and some have paid off mortgages an
otherB have bought their homes by
intelligent management of their
flocks. Everybody interested in
chickens should get Biggie's Poultry
Book It is so full of helpful sugges-
tions and short cuts to success and
has so many years of costly experi-
ence boiled down for its pages that it
is poor economy to be without it. It
will help increase the income from
the poultry yard and has started
many an ameteur or misguided pro-
fessional on the right track. The
paice ts 50 cents free by mail; address
the publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co.
W. O. McConnell of
Iowa is at the Royal.
Dr. A. Ecker the occulist left this
afternoon for Stillwater.
A. E. Mize hardware salesman from
Atchison is at the Royal.
S. F. Nelll lumber salesman from
Kansas City is in the city.
W. D. .Hincbsliff left today for a
week's visit to Wetaherford
W. B. Jones and J. G. Waste of Kan-
sas City are Guthrie visitors.
U. C. Guss and W. u. Coyle are at
S illwater on railroad business.
Earl Hurtle a representative of the
Wichita Beacon is in the city today.
A. Ritter representing a j welery
house of Philadelphia is at the Royal.
George T. Law coffee salesman
from Texa9 is registered at the Royal.
Harry James is pulling the bell
cord while Frank Bears is taking a
Mesdames F. L Creps and Oliver
were registered at the Okla today from
Gaorge J. Helmerp representing a
furniture house ot Leavenworth is at
U. G. Nims ard family of Stillwat-
er are at the Capital today. They
are returning from a trip north.
J. H. Gulley is at tho Royal from
Kingfisher. He was in the furniture
business which was destoyed by fire
Mrs. A. fl. Richmond and Mr6. L.
0. Wickman are iu Oklahoma City at-
tjnding the Seventh Day Adventist
Frank Bears on- of the most nopu-
'ar pa-tenger conductors'on fie Santa
Fe ia taking a vacation and is visiting
friends In Guthrie.
F. E. Houghton is at Cjyle this af
ternoon looking after the erection of
his new four seventy saw American
Roundlap bale gin.
R. 0. Taft of Topeka clerk in the
general offices of the Santa Fe is at
the Capital hotel today having just
returned from Perkins .vhere he owns
Frank Hindman left today for Wels
burg Va. where he will visit his old
home and lelatives. He will be absent
about a month and return with a col-
ony of home seekers.
Mrs. Floyd Thompson and little
daughter who have been' the guests
the pa6t month of Territorial Treasur-
er and Mrs. F. M Thompson left today
for their home in Texarkana Ark.
Dr A. H. Rogers of Kansas City
who has been the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Ardery went to Oklaho-
ma City today fori a Bhort viBlt. Dr.
Iiodgers is very much taken with Ok-
lahoma and says it is a poem
of thrift and crood crons. He s&vk he
1 may locata here.
Places ami Dates For Holding Kali
Distiict court will convene for the
fall term as per following schedule:
First district Jno. H. Burford
Payne county Stillwater second
Monday in September.
Lincoln county Chandler first Mon-
day in October.
Woodward county Woodward
fourth Tuesdiy in October.
Logan county Guthrie second
Thursday in November.
Second district Clinton F. Irwin
Washita county Cloud Chief Wed-
nesday Septembpr 19 1900.
Cnster county Arapahoe Wednes
day October 3. 1900.
Cleveland couLty Norman Monday
October 15 1900
Kingilsher county Kingfisher Mon-
day November 5 1900
Canadian county El' Reno Monday
November 20 1900.
Third district B. F. Burwell judge:
Oklahoma county Oklahoma City
Saturday July 7 190".
Greer county Mangum Tuesday
Pottawatomie county Tecumseb
Tuesday' October 9.
Fourth district B. T. Hainer judge.
Beavsr county Beaver Tuesday
Kay county Newkirk Monday Sep-
Osage Nation PawhuBka Monday
Pawnee county PuWnee Wednes-
day November 7.
Noble couDty Perry Monday De-
Fifth distnes J. T. McAtee judge
Garfield county Enid June 11 and
November 19 "
Grant county. Pond Creek June 25
and September 10.
Dewey county Taloga July 5 and
Day county Grand July 10 and Oc
Blaine county Watonga October 4.
-Woods county Alva November 1.
Scrlpps-2ucRao Press Asa'n.
Detroit August 30. Mmc. Herr
mann white duck Patsy was killed
this morning. PatBy was suspected of
swallowing the $1000 diamond rlnp
Mrao. Herrmann loet last week. He
was thoroughly searched after death
but the ring was not found. Mmc.
Herrmann wept when informed of the
result. She said: "That ring wats" the
last birthday present my husband gave
me. He died only a Bhort time after
giving it to me. There were two da
monds u the ring you know t-ach
weighing four and a half carats and
To Curo ConHtlpatlon ororor.
TaUo Cnscurots CuiiiK'C'uUmrilo. 10c orKa
11 C O. C. fll o cure diueirisis lufutui mouuv
Statehood Kor tho Territory. X
We denounce the failure of
tho Republican party to carry
out its pledges to grantstatehood
to the territories of Arizona.New
Mexico and Oklahoma and wo
promise the people of thoB$ 'ter
ritories immediate statehood and
home rule during their condition
aB terrlioriee and wo favor home
rule and a territorial form of
government for Alaska and Por
to Rico. democratic National 4
Platform 1900. I
'I am going into this cam-
paign and take up the standard'
and the issue and etand upon
tho platform formulated at
P KanBas City with W. J. Bryan
and Adlai Stevenson." Robert
Neff in accepting the joint
tion for Congress.
may he sec-
ress THE PATENT RE
Advertisements In this column 2c per line
each insertion. No advertisement taken
for lehs than 26 cents. i
"Money to patent good ideas may he
ured bv our aid. adc
CORD Baltimore. Md.
WANTED 1000 Subscribers for the OkU-
boma Leader one year and the Farm'Idur-
nal Ave years for 60c. Sample copies on ap-
plication. WANTED Bright boy to canvass tor 'the
Oklahoma Weekly Leader and Atlanta Con-
stitution. Good pav to right party;. -
Don't worry "Woman's Blessing" safe
sure and positive cure for suppressed or ir-
regular UiCnslruation the newest discovery;
hend for hox free. J. M. IlorneM.D. draw-
er W. 71 Chicago ill.
Biggie Berry Book No 2 of Tho
Biggie Books is all about berries. A
whole encyclopedia of berry lore boil-
ed down after the manner of Farm
Journal. Tells about varieties about
planting growing mulching cultivat-
ipg picking and marketing. It gives
practical pointers from tho pens of
scores of leading berry growers from
all parts of the country who have con-
tributed to its colutns It has Colored
ropresentatsons of berry true to Bize
and color thiuty-three portraits of
practical berrymen and thirty-five
Oiher illustrations handsomely bound
in cloth. Tho priee is 50 cents free
by mall; address the publishers Wil-
mer Atkmson Co.. Ph. delpHa
BETTEIl THAN EYER.
The big clubbing offer of the
Weekly Leader is catching on
in great shape. The people
know a good thing when they
see it and they are not allowing
the big offer to escape unnotic-
ed. The Leader by special ar-
rangements with the Times
management enabled us to make
the big offer still better.
Instead of the Weekly Times
we give the twice-a-week Times
with club offer.
The whole thing for only $1.
This gives the new subscriber
or the subscriber who pays up
arrearages four metropolitan
papers and two farm papers to
say nothidg of the Atlas and
One Republican ando three
Democratic papers. ...
This is open to all. Persons
already subscribers can get the
big offer by paying up back
Next to Welcome Grocery.
The Banner is the cheat eH place
on earth for gocd honest merchandise.
Look over the following prices.
Thread - 4c
Linen Lacss 3in widepr yd 5c
Best Prints per yd ax.w... 5c
Best LL muslin per yd 5c
Bleached Muslin i yd wide.... 5c
A new and complete line of
clothing and we will make some
Children's suits from 35c up
Boys' suits from 2 75 up
Men's suits from 3 48 to $14
well worth from 5 to $20.
The Banner Shoe department
consists of an entirely new
Baby's shoes from 15c up
Children's shoes from 50c up
Women's shoes 57c to $1.45
Men's shoes 50c to $3.25
The Banner stock is all new.
We have just moved it in. Drop
in and look it over.
Next to Welcome Grocery.
MORGAN (WANT Prop
-a-i j a -
Will furnish music any
place in Oklahoma on
two Jiours notice before
train time. Address
T. A NeaJMgr.
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