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HhRKEV for buggies Cames, PImcIo.k km I W ...mis .md (m, B'dii riovdaiul and Noblu Auuuvs on I)
. Ming House
Is Ile.Kl'iuarters for
A lltg Stock of
Wejwill not be Undersold
Cill ami see us.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Dr. Ltindrum started on a business
trip to Kingfisher lust night
II. C. lienmor wont to Okluhoma City
Hon' It. J. Clardy of Pott county was
in town yostorday anil return oil homo
lion. Krank Palo is in tho city to
day receiving congratulations from
Ilia .naiiy friends on his recent hon
Mrs. Woods will sin),' in tho First M.
K. church to-day. In tho morning
she will sing "Fear Yo Not, Oh Israel,"
unci in the evening "The Day ib Done."
On, Wednesday evening, September
0 a chestnut social will be jriven at
the Kirst M. 12. ehnrJi, Xoble avenue
nnd I troad streets. An excellent pro
gram, connistiug of an address of wel
come, mitcic, recitations, oto., will bo
given. Itofroshmonts will be served.
" .Tohiii'Ilnlo and Will Nix loft yester
day foj the scune of the fight in l'ayuo
,J. II. Wine of Oklahoma City is reg
istered at Hie lloyul.
I5d Dodd will continue the digging
of wells In the strip today notwith
standing it is Sunday. His wife went
up with him yesterday.
ludgo Lowe went to Oklahoma City
(!eo. K Clayton returned home to
Kinory Foster and wife have return'
qi1 from an extended visit with rela
lives in Kansas.
.1 udge Strang was
of a legal nature in
Arrctt of Sir. McKlmirr n Ci.m nf
Tlili Klnit-OmrirsN,it (, Illume
Deputy Marshal .1. O. Srumi re
turned from PPtsbnry M'stcrdsy,
where ho had been with K. i i, U
MoKlnncy. IJe was seen l.y a .v inn
reporter and Rtntod that there wort a
number of nilsslatcinortp in the ac
count of the nnost publishe.l in the
Some time ago the I'nitod States at
touioy received instructions from the
nllorney general to on use the arrest of
Mr. McKlnnoy for impersonating me
Wood, as a pension examiner.
Assistant Attorney Stone aivoru out
tho warrant, wlilch Chief Deputy Unit
sent Deputy Sevrons to sere
and take tho accused to Pittsburg.
Mr. S'ovornns provided the best
accommodations for his companion on
the trip, and when it was loariiod the
wrong man was taken ho gavo Mr.
Mclvlnney SlO.ftO to aid him In coming
It was a clear case of mistaken iden
tity, fjr which no Kino can bs held j i
accountable, especially tho Oklahoma i
olltt'ur, who while doing Ids simple I
duty lit following Instructions, felt
the man hu had was wholly innocent1
and ex tend od every courtesy possible, i
And all who know .Too Soverns arc
snro ho would dd this.
A Had Ditteli.iiiiu.
Mil Sigler was yesterday arrested i
for assaulting Jim Stumpff with a
corn knife, on the hitter's farm ,
northeast of the city. He will be i
tried Monda) for the offense. Sigler ,
some time ago got drunk and stole
?5 from his partner Willis for which '
he paid the penalty in the police
court. Going home the other day,
he and Willis got into a figl.t in
which Willis licked the stuffing out
of him. lie had Willis arrested and
brought before Maharra's court and
fined $$. Willis only regiets that
he did not lick him harder than he
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Drugs, Books and Stationery,
PAINTS AND OILS.
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NK.r itdoii io riMni nci
OKLAHOMA CITY, O.,
. LYNCH & YOUNG, Prop'rs.
Everything First-Class. Rates $2 Per Day,
f . ,r dd YWr
lis gjga ssm fe(y
The largest stock
Organs, Mandolins, Banjos and all Mutual Goods,
Also a fine line of
Gold anil Silver Watche, :
CLOCKS AND AIL KINDS OF JEWELRY.
REPAIRING DONE & GUjC tNTEED
Pistols, ' : Amunition.
Come in and buy a
Uiivis Sewing Machine.
IXL POCKET KNIVES. SPORTSMEN'S GOODS
Corner of Harrison Avenue and Division Street.
Annul I iiurcli.
At the Mithodist church, south,
today at 1 1 a. in. The lermon
will be preached by the pastor, Re.
W. ttnbcrly, and will he one of
his best discourses. The music '
under the directions of a skilled!
musician, Mrs J. J. Holes, and the .
choir composed of Mrs. T. J. Iowe '
Mrs. h. D. Inix. "Mrs. Johnston,
Miss Zii Witter, Mr. George Amos '
Jaspei and Mrs. Ramsy Smithson,
will delight all who attend with the
choicest music. The union servi- j
ces will be at Congregational church
Rev. Jloggcss preaching the sermon, j
Tin, lvnuy Dally. '
Hon. Jno. W. Jacks, of Mont-!
goinery City; Mo., an experienced
newspaper man and for many years'
secretary of the Missouri Press
asiociation, and the duel clrk 01
the lower house of the last Missouri
legislature has purchased a plant
and shipped it to Perry, where he
intends to establish a Democratic
daily and weekly newspppor. Mr.
Jacks' outfit includes powpr presses
and a complete newspaper office
and with his facilities he will be
able to print a first class newspaper.
JOHN T. BRiCKNER,
Contractor and Builder,
Estimates furnished on Buildings
of all description. Territorial
agent for U. S. Roof l'jint.
ffise 109 North Fiut Street.
i OTfc B H BW& 1 WQk $F& fc 1 M Wb A ztP 1 dP m I
Olt pitor of (-
fine Wines, Liquors and
Cor. ad St. and Harrison Ave.
Old uli o ma City
Attorney General (ialbrnith went to
Okhihouiii City to .spend Su inlay.
Hear the sorniun at tho M. U. church
South to-ihiy at 11 a. m.
hast nHfht oji tho Weit SUle Rev.
lloffgoss salil tho curumouy that mado
two happy hearts one. Tim contract
injj parties were iIr. Lou .lohiihon and
Miss Liunlu Kouuotly,, wth well
U 11 oY,ii WofetstdayonNg ixuaple.
Ihta. T V- lx. passed through the
oltjf last nif ht on hb wwy homo from
Wnshington. Us Uolre rrell and bcarb
his honors modestly.
.1. L. Calvert riturnod last night
Dr. ami ilr. Vandorvort roturncd
lust niirht from an uxtonod visit to
l')ii du Lac, .Mluh., and the world's
): I). A. Uarvoy is in tho city,
having couio ovor froai Stillwater last
Sam Howell, bettor known as "Coal
.Jill yam," wont to l.nwrunco yubtor-,
Marshnl Xix roturnuil from Chand
ler yesterday where ho had been on
Inn Cotlinirhain returned from Xor
man yesterday where ho had been
' lion. Charley Carswell. of Ml Itono,
wns in tho eity yohterdny inoi ixlnjf on
bushier of a political nature.
Donuty Colluctor Chs-rloy Howard
was in town from HI Uono yusterday.
K, 1'. MilUkan weut to Mulhall yes
11 ltliibiuiL'h wont to Arkansas City
yobterilny to visit his daughter who Is
Maud anil Mwr.Ie Schomorhonrn are
visiting in Arkansas City.
I,o mill llynn'ii.
A innrringa Hceibo was issued yes
terday hy .ludgo. l.uwronco to Mr
Lou .lohUhtou and Miss Mnnio Ken
nody, both of Oulhrie. The parties
aro woll known and thor success and
happinohs is desired by many with
whom Tub Lbaiieu joins.
CHfforrt Timpy and Kutherlne Itldor,
both of Logiin county. wcro also
(.'.-anted ollluial leave to join hands in
addition to the hearts already joined.
WIL.U OFFICE AT PERHY.
A R(iiiui I'lrjii nf I. unci Attormiys
For l'orry. ,
The well known law Urm of Herod
& Wldiner, consisting of W. It. Herod
and l)nn It. Whlraer, svueessors to the
firm of LlmUoy & Witlmer, will hare
an olllee at the I'orry, county snat of
I county in the "strip."
Hverybody Knows Widmer. lie wos
a successful land lawyer before i-oni-iny
here four jreurs ago. llr. llerou is
a successful and exrwrieneed pr.ftl-
. The attention of every home
seeker is called to the splendid
opportunities offered by our Guthrie
merchants whose display advertise
ments appear in this eight page
edition. Several of these dealers
nnnntmrn thr lnrntir.n nf tilnma nf , ..
business in one of the new strip ,, , , . ,, ,
counties. Almost every line of! ' of the best and most
busidess is represented and strangers j wid:y l.nown firms in the territory
intending to stock up with supplies
can't do better than after reading
these annotfhccinents make the it
purchase in this city.
JEL GOODWIN DEAD.
They point with pride to the -Megif;
firtm 1lt lnr-nl Iniaal mttmm A UHlfcjlMM.
.&l - ..r..':T:r -J uttrtiiiii'
" aiCPPW BFmaWk
tm nugm mu mwrnrnpi caes.
niJ CMSWiml ft'1' success oflener,
than any firm practicing before tho
local oftL-e. V. II. Herod is u special
ist in tlfe trial of cases before the
courts. D. It. Widmer is a specialist
before the United States land offluct
Wheat A further decllno Is noted In
tho price of wheat. Healers are pay
ring 37c. for No. '.''oftand 85o for No.
Oats No change in the prloo of oats
quoted. The home ilouiRiul Is just
about supplied, with pi'icas tho same,
A Corn Lower, at 30e.
Rotntoos Supply not equal to tho
demand. 1 tuyere paid KOj.
Kggs Scarce tin 1 higher; fresh, lSu.
liutter lioon uemand tor good nrl
tide at 2ic.
Chickens Voting henn fl.SO, old,
ISoef Cattle-tous t.50 (g S1.7S;
steers 1.7S (? ??.()(
demand; $1.50 3 c,'00
ek or n tlVirn NliorlR Will, a
Sheriff II. .1. Sprailley of Noeodoches,
Toxbr, shot ana instantly killed .lool
Hoodwln of Logansport, La., at that
place tho other mornlnp. Had bloojl
imd been between them over since
n,i,..i i,m. i fviiUc .,,. .......
v.w.,,.1. n.t.v. u...,ia .UU IVlUa UUU, ,, .... i
and Snradlev holnod trv to catch Mml u llriu ll,u trongone and also
with doffs. Spradley passed up by ' a rol!aWo 0,1C. BsB ih9m
there and met Deputy Sheriff Old A
IMoore oi l.ojrans-
J OK I. d 00 OWLS'.
port, who recently i
had a tlitliculfy .
with 0 o o d w i u. j
When thoy ro- j
turned on the train ,
(Joodwln and his,
wife and 12-yonr-old
son. armed with )
n Winchester, pis
tol auJ shotgun,
wore waltintrat tho '
drjiot anil the poo
pie around wore in
dread. A few ox-
I"!. Aril it (f.rTiii.
This new house ha a number of nto. u, JaU;
god furnislnttl rooms for 81.50 anu
per week. W1H ulso room translontr.
cited words wore hoard, such as "Look
out:" and 'Come out"' and at once sev
eral shots were ilrod. Spradloy lllled
Goodwin's faco and neck-full of buck
shot from tho window of the baggago
car. Young Goodwin Hrod two loads
of buckshot into tho window of tho
cur and slightly wounded agent Mil
sap In tho urm, but missed Spradley.
Mrs. O. odwln tried to onter tho oar
with a pistol in hor hand. ' Ppradloy
and GUI Mooro wero arrested. This
malfos tho fourth man Spradley has
kiiicu. uoouwin nail itllleil more.
Mjstcrliiu. TraRcily on u J.akc. i
At Seattle, Wash., tho othor-after-1
noon, tnu steamer A'Uillla. while on Hint the nostairc on stmrle ioni of
;jiiiniU i.iiun or tim siri.
The flqi of 5orgn & l'ancoust have
roceived a new invoice of maps of the
Cherokee gullet showing county seats,
comity liiii-b, allotments, etc. Retuil
price of maps 2ft iciits, or 1. 50 a dozen
Jlr. Jlorgan -ill have ready for de
livery Monday morning September 4,
tho fourth edition of his Manual, con
taining tho Cherokee strip bill in full,
with inte act of congress iuYegaid to
townsltes, and ulso the president's of
licial proclamation with the rules iu.d
regulations, nad nil tho new forms
prescribed for reglhterliifjat the booths
and tiling at the land otitic.
'lhe new edition oi the manual sells
for the usual price, 30 cents or 13 00
p.r dozen Agents wauled,
See Pulton's ad in
Stock of Men'
the city in Clothing, Shirts, Under
wear, etc. We excel all others. Get your
'Outfit of us ; we save you Money. Honest
Goods for less money than -elsewhere ai the
JsWSSSJMJir.'iWyjyfcSii ttHLUHWBu. ;-.'. rjBBr-ayJK ..
A splendid residence propsrty on
Noble avenue, Capital hill Wilfgivo
time on half of price ;o right ltarty
Call on Spoucer & ltobertson, Room 0,
limy's bricj; block. 8S 1 tf
Auction at R. T. Pattou Co's.
tholr nit In this paper.
We astro a number of ohoioo propor
Si'EXCKii a ltonr.itrh'i ..
car of now sor
liAi.sr.i.i. .t Co.
"Vlll pay 9i! for anv in'ormatlo i
concerning two black suits of cloth s
taken frum my trunk nt the .loh imjii
house between August ." and S6. Coats
have Hrowning, King X Co. 's mark In
them, ono frock and one sack, both
hound same material.
2SltO .1. I .Ioiinsox.
Rest cigars in the -i'-' at Lille's
drug store. i..'-tf
If you arc uaiticg for '.trip opening i
don't fail to buy your drugh, siatlon-
ery, etc, at Lilue's drug .-tore, tho old i
reliable .on.or Hairisou and Second
Frosh oysturs just reeivod at Will
iam Lowo's rosUmrant. tf
l'uti.su on tl.a Columbian IC HU in.
III you Ktnaiy state la your iper
T-i,.r w.,ri.t..i ..: ,... ., ... , . i ... .
""u i.-.....kjm, ua iihhcu oy a; your Columbian edition is 2 cenU. Pa
young woman in a rowboat Mhen y" ......, ..,.u
pern uiBi.uu niiuww m tuiipriitrjwM.
age cannot be sent out, as the postal
laws require this class of matter to be
fully prepaid- W. II MfcitTi.x.
the boat approached it was scon that
tlio girl, ajred about nineteen, was be
ing oither assaulted or beaten by n
young man of 27, who was also in tho
boat When tho boat approached tho
young man roleasod her. Sim stood up
and said; "It's u"ll right. I guess he
will take mo ashore now." The
steamer thereupon proceeded. Tho
boathouse-keepor put out later and
finally found tho boot. The man was
alono In tho stern. When aware of
the other boat ho deliberately dived
Ho did not a linear
again. The woman, too, had disap.
oarou. rncir nunius nave not been
A. .kui at L. T l'atton
tin.- .J in till papen-
Auction at 15. T. l'atton Co's.
their ud in this papor.
From all Eastorn points to
Oklahoma at ono faro plus S2
for tho round trip.
L. R. Dolanay, Aeent
i s c at i
. i .n
Tlic woll knon tirui of Slurgnn !t ,
Pauwiok, 0"in'"',1'd of John f Pan-1
coast and In. U Moigan. autlmr of
Morgan's Mu n ' f tin I mte I suitrs '
llomostend auil l'" "sit.- Law,, Imve
made arr ii.jeiu.-nts '. ien .m . m t.
at Perry, win 1 '
tslern put 1 i 'i. i t i. ,o !
, IC'l I hi I
r pu'uui j ii i i-. I. ii ii.- ii
i rg ,at ji a
.Unit, in lliuStrltt.
li you 'do, you wf- In flrat-class
wheol. Wo ssll all th standard
makes of eyelo. See us first.
S'l'KSCKIS .V HoilHltTfcON.
Tor a good shave, hair cut or sham
poo, go to Tower-, j'.rofi, artistic, bar-ber--,
no. South Se, nd street, oppo-
..flloe Good wor.c Kuarantcot'
Second St and Cleveland Ave.
BEFORE GOING TO THE STRr
- - Till. I
'I lie St. I.iiiiIh I.epiilillu 1'ree.
Tho "twico-a-weok" St Lonltj lie
public will bo sent free for ono year to
any person sending a club of four now
yearly subscribers, with four dollars
to pay for the same. Tho Ilopublle
goes everywhere nnd is the most pop
ular papor published In America. Its
readers got the newr. half a week
earlier than it can bo had from any
weekly, whllo its litoiary, agricul
tural mid other departments are un
surpassed. It tills the wants of every
member of tho family, and should bo
read in every household. Von can get
four now subscriberibors for It by a
t9v minutes' eirorU 'l'ry It aj once
and sou how easily it can bo done. If
you wisli a package of samwle copies
vdto for them. Cu out ti is a'vcr-
' th yi tr older
, - st 'Ltms, Mo
jSecend-Hasjf! Furnitura oeaier1
For Hardwaie, Glassware, Stoves. Household Gi.., .of every descrip
tion and save join-self money. Terms oi Vayim-..' made easy. .m
can save a dollar by trading at my place, corner llairison and Division.
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. &VAN vYCK, Prop's.
i'lrst-cln.a If-ri-t-y br nt
i-nproved '. 't . . fur ,'jr- ,
always r a.' t. ig t t
1 in- she -. in . Li
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