Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 75, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 30, 1900 Page: 8 of 8
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TBE LEADER GUTHKIE OKLAHOMA.
NOKMAI AT EDMOND.
Absolutely the Best that
HMR BIf OfFlflll.
Juo Kecid City Slock JWiwhIiiiI Caught In
As the old saying goes '-It never
raiffs UUtTit pours'1-has been proven in
Guthrie times without number. The
last case to be recorded is that of an
other city oflicial odd Joo Reed who
. rw v n Iakivh I m tltllt M 1 I 0 fl CI t n a .
IVUUIil U iUljU Will QMI UU UID TdW Vw
tern ana who is -Mipposea to uii tue
rery important ofllce of city stock
marshal and dog catcher. Joe has
been doing other things on the side
and was caught.
Rev. Stokes a colored minister re-
siding with his wife at the corner of
Third and Lincoln bus suspected h s
wife and Heed for some time. Last
Saturday about 8 o'clock Rev S:okes
Baw his wife and Reel enter an out-
house he secured a good heavy club
and waited results. Pr sently his er-
ring wife at.d her parmour emerged
from the out house and the minirter
swiped Reed over the head with the
club who dropped to the ground like
a.' spent sky rocket. Reed got on
his feet and rushing to his
home tDld his wife it was necessary
for him to leave the citv fir a whiie
and ho loft at once. The minister's
wife has ceased to reside at home and
I'he minister says they have separated.
Tlio Funeral Today of Andrew C. Scluioll
. tin a I or. i
The funeral this afternoon of the
3oto Andrew C. Schnell Jr. was held
at the Catholic church and the re-
mains were laid to rest in Summit
View cemetery. A large cortege of
sympathizing friends escorted the re
iuaidn to their last resting place. The
deceased was the son of Col. and Mrs.
A. C. Schnell. lie was a young man
being only 20 yours old when he died ;
a moral young man lilted by oil who
..Mr. Hryun'ft Movement.
Scrlppa-Mcltao Press Ass'n.
Lincoln August 30. Bryan speaks
Saturday in Illinois. and spends Sun-
day in his old home in Jacksonville.
After hia labor day speech ho will go
a West Virginia via Ohio and Ken-
tucky or to Wisconsin Michigan and
5 WEST 11AUKIS0N AYE. GUTI1IME 0KLA- J
SAVES YOU MONEY S
Everything Lower Price than at ether Stores
tNew goods are now coming' in. Call and
see our household novelties Hardware
Granlleware Tinware Notions Laces &
S Embroideries Ribbons Tablets Collars X
Towels Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Sus- g
$fr penders Hosiery Corsets Underwear W
$ Shirts Jumpers Overalls Trunks etc. $?
ite at money saving prices. Remember the &
S NEW YOR&t RACKET I
f SAVES YOU MONEY
Washington Mosley has been ap-
pointed government cook at the An-
Mis3 Stella Capron has left her posi
tion as deputy clerk of the supreme
court to take a position in the otlice of
County Atturney E. W. Jones
Miss Rachael Reese of 1012 East
Cleveland who has been suffering
strange hallucination of miod is now
under the constant care of physicians
and friends. She haR lately frequent-
ly alarmed the neighbors by her er-
The following cabe was filed in the
supreme court today: Etta Davidson
Fred Davidson nnd Johnnie Davidson
by their guardian C. R. Payne vs. The
Deming Investment Co. Robert O.
Deming and Mrs. Jane Lines. Tl e
case comes from Cleveland county and
concerns the cancellation of Moitga-
I'ulrltiiukh' Squcezy Voice.
Scripps-McRae Press Ass'n.
Chicago Augubt 30. Senator Pair-
banks according to the announcement
of the Republican committee will In-
vade Nebraska and South Dakota. He
speaks at Ottawa Kansts September
7th SMlna the Sth and Lincoln Neb.
the 20 in.
iulo and Utah.
On August 7 and 21 and September
4 and 18 we will sell round trip tick-
ets to Denver Colorado Springs. Pueb-
lo Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City
and Osrden at the rate of one fare plus
S2.00 for the round trip.
Final return limit October 31 1900.
Tickets cantinuous passage up to first
Colorado common point after which
stop overs will b? allowed. Return
trip must not be commenced earlier
than five days from date of sele nor
later than October 31. Return trip
A. J. Cohkinb agent.
Weekly Leader one year and the
Farm Journal the remainder of
1900 and all of 1901 1902 1903
and 1904 for only 50c. Sub-
scriptions begin with the current
month; we cannot supply bach
unmbers. Orders sent in Febru-
ary will begin with February and
if! (Sfflj WSiBSaaa"'
Opposed to Klowu OpenliiR
W. T. Little of Norman the Repub-
lican polltician-Btatlsticlan is opposed
to the opening of the Kiowa country
without the usual month's notice be-
cause it Is Burrounded by Texas Dem-
ocrats. He says: I
'The reservation has sufficient area
to make from four to six counties. Its
mineral indications in addition to Its
agricultural acd grazing possibilities
suggest that the time may come when
20 per cent of Oklahoma's legislators
wl'l bo drawn from this reservation.
Four per cent of the future state's
franchise power will there establish
homes. The reservation is bounded on
the south by Texas Democrats on the
west by Texas Democrats on the north
by Texas Democrats whoso Oklahoma
experiences have intensified their prej-
udices and on the east by Texas Dem-
ocrats whose long residence in the
Indian Territory has given them the
rigor that follows hibernation.
"The opening of the I reservation
without previous notice would bo f-o
far reaching in effect as possibly to
alter the complexion of national legis
lation for years. Because of proximi-
ty no one but a Texas Democrat could
obtain a home or farm unless northern
men of energy and determination at
once go into camp in adjacent terri-
tory spending the saviugs of years
that should go to improve their future
"Ali county officers would be Demo-
crate. The members of the legisla-
ture would be Democrats and might
hold the balance of power in selecting
a United States Senator who in turn
might cast the deciding vote in nation-
al affairs. Bevond and ubove all
these considerations is the right of
each American citizen to enter these
lands on a common footing. The us-
ual month's notice is due them."
MARY AD JOHN".
A Honutiful Young People's Party Last
From 7 o'clock until 10 last night at
the residence of Bishop and Mrs. F. K.
Brooke John and Mary entertained
their friends with gamer- song ins
strumental music and the most delic-
cious refreshments. Those present
were: Misses Dorothy Sclton Helen
lUcCoy Gay Bronson Fay Grissel!
Norma Heilman Ina Griffith Blanche
Spurlock Ethel Rinehart Murel Hop-
kins Winnie Matchett. Ethel Match-
ett Lina .ilagan Virginia Hagan
Ethel Ogle Elsie Brewer Ethel Kerr
Edna Kelley Ruby Kelley Ruth Dun-
gan. Messrs; Paul McNea' Chris
Seton Guy Tingle Doight Tingle
Gavin McCoy "Louis Bro son Philip
Grissell Herbert Place Wal.er Welch
John Boles Alford Asp Raymond
Griffith. Harry Spurlock Earl Hopkins
Earl Cook Harry Reed Harry Carlin
Wallace Knelslcy Jim Houston San-
ford Crooks Willard Ogle Earl Repp-
C.tSE OF WATT SPADE.
Prisoner Got Mixed In n Herd nnd Is Now
Talequah Advocate: Watt Spade
who was tried here at the last term of
court for cattle stealing convicted
and sentenced to a year and a day at
Fort Leavenworth Kas and granted
a new trial with sentence suspended
was through mistake sent off along
wi.h the convicts to the penitentiary.
It seems that he was not missed until
the court called for him. Of course
he could not be found in the Musco-
gee J4)l. On looking him up he was
found in the4 Leavenworth peniten-
tiary without license to be there.
Judge Gill ordered that he be immed-
iately returned to Muscogee. After
he was returned Prosecuting Attorney
Soper had the case dismissed grant-
ing Spade his freedom.
POLITICIAN AT TEX MONTHS.
Young Kncelaud P. King Thinks Hrytui
Will be Elected.
George H King proprietor of the
New York Racket Store is the procd
father of a ten months old son that
can talk iluently with ladies or poli-
ticians. The little fellow's name is
Knceland P. King and for his age he
is exceptionally bright He speaks
distinctly and with emphasis at times.
If asked If he thinks Wm. J. Bryan
wlil be elected the little lad will an-
swer quickly and distinctly "I do."
For a child to talk like him at his age
is remarkable. Mr. King is at a loss
to know how his 6on learned to talk
as he never tried to teach him. He
seems to pick It up natura'ly without
any trouble whatever.
The Farm Journal is the boiled
down hit-the-nail-on-the-head paper
out to fit the farmer and villager who
know what's what. The Farm Journ-
al for nearly 5 years remainder of 19-
00 and all of 1001 1902 1903 and 1004)
and the Weekly Leador one year will
both be sent o every new subscriber
to our paper and to every old subscrib-
er who pays 50c. Walk right up to
the captain's office.
A Play Which Leads to a Legal
Scrlpps-McRao Press Abs'il
New York August 30 An Incident
of a game of draw poker which was
played on the steamship New York In
mldocean on the way from Southamp-
ton to this port on October 13th last
has resulted in an action in' the su-
preme CQurt here brought by Sigfried
Steincr of Birmingham Ala. to re-
cover about S125 from Edward Wasser-
m&nn of the stock brokerage firm of
Wassermann Bros of this city who
acted as stakeholder.
At the card table when the game at
issue was played were the gentleman
from Alabama ; J. A. Wilson from
Franklin Pa.: Nat C. Goodwin the
actor; T. D. Murx tbeatrie.vl man-
ager and Wassermann. The court
records fail to disclose what the liu.lt
was or how the players fared and the
counsel in the untie are chary of in
The court takes up the game fr..m a
time when Steiner in dealing faced
or exposed a card which he was giving
to Goodwin on the draw. Goodwin
pushed the card back to the dealer
and the other players differing from
the plaintiff say that something like
the following conversation occurred:
Dteiner You must tako-it.
Goodwin Not on your tintype.
Steiner That's your card and you
must take it.
Goodwin Bet you S25 I mustn't take
Steiner Go you; here's my S25.
Thereupon Steiner and Goodwin
each deposited S25 with Wilson as
stakeholder Wilson after receiving
the money told Steiner he was wrong.
Steiner I have S100 more that says
Wilson Here's your chance to dou-
bel (placing S100 on the table).
Wilson had now come into the bet-
ing as a principal so it was arranged
that Wassermann should be stake-
holder of both bets so the S250 was
turned over to him.
But the betting didn't stop here:
"Bet you S100 to S10 you're wrong'"
chimed in Marx looking at Steiner as
he sized him up for a "good thing."
"Here's the 10" said Steiner not
wincing under the increasing demand
for his money.
Wassermann took the S3G0 and the
poker game went merrily along with-
out further dispute.
Steiner's version of the matter is al-
together different from this. He de-
clared that he bet that the face card
must be put at the bottjm of tde pack
and all the other players thould first
be served and then Goodwin should re-
ceive a card for the one faced. He does
not explain in his complaint what the
position of the other betters was. He
says that on going ashore he hunted
up a copy of Hoyle which sald4 that
when a card was facsd the player to
whom it was dealt should have the
next card from the pack before the
dealer dealt to the other playeis. He
appears to have taken tho position
that neither side had won. At any
rate he demanded his money back
from Wassermann on October 27 last-
Wassermann told him that he had
paid over the money to the winneis
and Steiner brought tho present ac-
tion to recover his stake.
Wasserman has not served his an-
swer in the case yet. Ho moved be-
fore Justice Freedman tiday to com-
pel Steiner to give security for costs
on allegations that he is a non-resident.
Court reserved decision
Moore's Pilutcs are a guaranteed
cure for all forms of Malaria Ague
Chills and Fever Swamp Fever Ma
larlal Fever BUIoub Fever Jaunalce
Biliousness fetid breath and a tired
llstleBS feeling. They euro Rheuma-
tism and the lassitude following
blood poison produced from Malarial
poisoning. No Quinine. No Arsonic
Acids or Iron. Do not ruin stomach
or teeth Entirely tasteless Price
SOcper box. Dr. 0. 0. Moore Co. No.
310North Main street 8t. LouIb Mo
Sold by F. B. Lllllo & Co. and Wheel
cr & Son.
Stop night Here
If you are bilious and get a bottle of
Eagle Nerve nnd Liver Pills. -The
iSagle Drug Store.
Optician Dewey Block Guthrie Ok la.
Opens for tho Tntl Term September .1
The territorial normal school at Ed-
mond will open on September 3 with
an increased corps of instructors and
many additions to tho library and lab-
oratories. The citizcnB of Edmond
realizing the necessity for sincreased
accommodations for students are
building many new houses several of
the large ones as boarding halls. With-
in the next ninety days at least twen-'
ty new buildings will be up and ready
for rent to students or families.
In this school there are no tuition or
ftes. Those who wish further infor-
nation can abtain it by addressing
the president of the college Edmond
Of Southwestern Soldiers' Associa-
tion at Arkansas City Kansas Septem-
ber 11 to 15. For this occasion tickets
will be sold to Arkansas City at rate
of one fare for tho round trip. Tick-
ets on sale September 10 to 15. Good
for return September 17. Continuous
passuge in eacu direction. A. J Cor-
THE CAPITOL NA-
TIONAL BANK OF
MA OFFERS TO DE-
BUSINESS AND RE-
And own your own home
Building & Loan
will furnish the moicey to build
or buy a home at low rates.-
Cash always ready. Call on
W. M. Bronson Secretary for
Repairing neatly done
. N V
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