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PROFESSION DIRECTORY,
"GENTLEMAN JI MtllY'
u a v y f. n a ,
HE VVA3 A PAHTIC-UI All r im
OF SUPT OYftNl 9
lO
J.
A. SAM I"-' I T
TitkS, 1
w
iiiit OAiiniiit or A NOTIIII
Uitl.MI.NAI
I'ltrsrii
llonni- rii
street li nolle
ill..
Ill .ill I''
mi I S mil
'JT S. JUNIiS A: SON,
A l I'M.
Vest of Cai .
i. i LAW,
('uihtic, Oklahoma.
I Nil tonal Hank ItelMla.
A.R.C. I'-etcr, J.ilm It. Cottarat.
IIKRHR & com'RAL,
A 1 I iiNK S AT I,AW',
Cuthrie, Oklahoma.
An AtiDtrlnn Ct)iin I'ell Vtrti t to
tlm Mllrn ur Ifnrry llrnoin -A llr. k
Ifm Life Tlit illEliI lints Ilfan r J
1)117 trrlit.
Joseph Wi.iv CO. Horeor.
yiSUV & UURNOR,
Ari.ikvuA
Outline, Oklahoma.
Itxinu JMJ tiiir t'anltfl ItatUwiht ll"V
"yOI.NLV HOGG ATI',
Attorney at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Office oVtr "ltcc Hire ' Clothlrra.
N MY FORUM N
mall rocoutty I re
ceived a coinniiiiil-i cr ,
cation from nil Aus
trian enttnten. She
dc h I rt (1 in forma
Hon to the
ivheronbouta of n
man named Hen- I
son, w)3 wns t ,
otio time elilor of j
n leading Parisian
joiirnnl 'I hi worn- '
an U a member of
one of tlic oldest and most ar alo
Cratlc families In Austria In lior let
tor alio was very aollrllioiM for Mr. '
lleusonn welfare, sUtinjr that lie was
for a lotir time tin Intimate friend of
her family, hnt had disappeared front
llll'Jfrw Jr
mi 1 1 r "i i lie n a 1 n tiift a
ric, lisa taken f. -n 1. ai ar. 1 1 c
i n t p on 'cr uiii lie
K-itiiiatil hn i tblrifr wl h ben ni
nri'l s. t t re ! Iiiih elf in Inn eell l'c
ramo tcrv near being- mueomfnl in his i
attempt on h s life nnd suffered intn
tie that left him n cripple and caused
linn i n'n tip to the dny of his 'e,t' l-
Ail r serving Ills rear sonii-n. -n
London ho wits fairl, land l Ins
career of cc'i.V Id tT..ir-l .u ui
ert.srinont in .i Lou n n usp-uer
for a i lorl. at i" a 'tec k He put ,i i-e-
I piv iroin a man nmnpu uer no was
runilififf n newspaper purp ting" to
tfire Inside tips on turf matters Af!er
llotison liii lien in Kers etnplov
nwhlie lie ..i th if Ker tvaa a fraud
He nutui'fl tlint p pe sent letters to
osmp iii"iic for tips and that
Ker dul not atifiw r the letters, lien
ton sent a letter himself nnd rewiring
no answer spoho to Ker about ft, at
the same tlinn nsUinjr him for nn in
cro ise of salary. Ker look him In as
n partner at onci. 'J'hey swindled
tliousmds of poople.
'He was enabled to pass hitmolf off
iimi I retidiitian, RnglKhmait, Hpnn
lard. Italian or tierman, forheconld
(,peal alt these lunjiimsre, and was a
Itcrfeet artist In limiting- tip fo the
rlmraeter ho Intended to pcraonata
Thomas Hvhnks.
i f i
M I 1 1 1 ni n I'ftshitr
CAPITAL 5SSATJONA3 BAK,
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA.
Capital fully paid,
Undiviclcd profits,
SSO.OOo
30,000.
A,-v.v.v.,A.!.v-v.v,'JrBV.v-v.vv.
o"
tvhl J" a
W
IBALD HEADS!
THE SI
LVER DOLLAR
WYATT & dO., Proprietors.
Fl: "St far In Oklahoma Terrftory.
105 Yest Harrison
SUSPttNDED FROM A WIRH.
Your Mother
ide!
Austria sereral years ago
1 "What a flood of recollections the
name of Mr. Harry lletison, '(Jcntle-
yiLUYM ni.lNCOB.
Atiokmv at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
OrfSee, scnu,I 'mil Im wt of Wtrlt court j
rtfoiti, up fctaji - i
J D. TODD,
At roPNRV at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
ilalf Mock nest of U.S. land afllca.
jO WE & HOUSTON,
J jptf '
AT3 0KN! A I
(iuthii
1
Okla'mtnn.
S. CUNNINGHM
fAT.-nm.xt
. i
AlTHKNl AT l.WV,
U4 North lna St , Guthric.Ok. t
at I.wv,
Guthric.Ok.
DENTISTS
J)R PEOPLES,
DRNT1ST.
t prirn -l'lrst SL and Oklahoma Ae.
KhumitjiOM Socond St. and Noble Ae.
y E. FURROW,
DENTIST
Second ami Oklahoma avenue,
Commercial Jionk liuildin, Room
.-33r. Kcsidcnce corner of Elm ami
Harrtstrm-.
P H
YSJ
C I A N S
TJR. D. STEVENS,
Physician and Surgeon,
McKUHnnoy's Drug Store Seaond SU
n iiic , .P'l(
AM) DI&KAS.G.
E. S. Donnelly, DruggiJi
110OKLAHOMV VVF
llets to a -.i(ialnf tli
(irniitifi, O. T
inhabitants of
(lutlino and district tliatilio fiuijust
comiiiei""! arrttnpcin?nts
liai wucurod tte-e exclttsl're
ins ia)t. ron OAMni.ixo cahskd ii:
titiv
man Harry' brinps to mind! How eB
ily this same innn might hare become
a'power in tiio Trench republic If he
, nud not permitted his pusnion for
(-imbling to ruin hotly and soul, and
, afti'r years of a rocket like career land
' him in a treneh in the proitud In a for
i cipn land' A few days before h com
mitted suicide ho wrote me. An ox-
tract from his letter ma" servo as n
moral to the story of his turner.
'"Ily the tune you ro.'eive this. In
Bnoctor,' said he,' '1 will have ended
my miserable life I or years I havo
been a criminal Vou know my past
teiord and what I mlpht have been if
I had remained an honest man. Now
I hnve nothiiiir more to live for, for I
Mill never return nl've to those devils
In Moxico. I havo had every luxury a
nail could wish for, but J have ncror
enjoyed a moment of m life hIiico I
llrst took to crime,'
"Karly lu lsn. it was about April. I
I think, 1 wns informed through a prl
i vote source that there was u man in
i the city altout to make a big haul
I throt.git an opera schema. 1 was
posted on this mun llcnson, who for
the first time had ionic to Amorica to
try his litelc. He was closely watched
wltll in Now York, and win prevented
from operating in tills city, and wo
followed him aa fur as t'hieago. About
a mouth later Mr. Henry n. Abbey
called on us nnd said he had been
robbed of some t'.tHM) in the City of
Mexico by some unknown person who
had started n spurious ndvuiicu sulu of
tickets.
"It was late in the fall of I km that
a man representing hiiusolf to be n
foreign newspaper corrcspoudotit had
two intervlew.s with Mr Abbey, who
was managing I'li-.ti's eoucurt tour,
and hit agent about their molhmU of
tlolng busliiest for tho prlmu donna.
Two weeks liefore Mr. Abbey'n ngent
was ready to leave for the t'itv of
Mexico, in May, H87, the Interviewer
calling himself by Mr. Abbey's agent s
naine. begun in the City of Moxico tho
spurious sale of tjcheU, by whipli ho
scoured tSu, 100, and got away, Tli
Interviewer was llcnson Ilu sold liis
Mi .in tnoni-v i iuf'i eonfmlerato
n I a I'lini'i' an I v ' a , 1 1 ind,
wj'ere. i.j in il . f .onic Urate
' 'i-.-i" vlU"Kd ii -lie in
i mi. v it ' A no .' in lavinent
i . u.."ii ii ! e ii t i 'i pjid in ihh.
.h lli "a(pvlS rrom Miuir
land a:il .it nio caw ' Nfk ork
He actually darml to lirrv mi t apalna'
a bank here fur refttsiug lo ensh oav
of the checks he had re.elved In Swit-
I liirmnn In IliifTiiln Irrrllily llurncil
Uhlle Mnllllic ltrKilm.
A writhing lineman in nn aerial
tangle of wires was the horrible vision
that greeted the ces of pedestrians
on Michigan street, liuilalo, the other
nlfjliL Ailchuel P. Murphy, nu em
ployee of the (fCtteral lilertric com
pan., bad teeii sent to repair ti lit.o
that had broken, shutting off the in
candescent burners in tho district, i
He had placed h's ladder rgniin tt
pole nnd climbed to the wirci ,t i
sonio war the ladder dipped alotit ic
wire, 'l'o prevent it from falling!
Murphy grabbed hold of lite wire with
one gloved hand nnd reached for tho '
lai'dor with the other. He missed it, I
the ladder fell and he eaino neu- fall
ing himself Siispendel by one hand
nnd arm fiom the wir.-, he tried to
draw himself up to reach t lie polo. lit
tlrew Ins lops and then his bo.ly oror
the wi'es but at t'ie first touch lie got
the full force of the current and '
Mreiurl with p.iln. I'ussers-by I
siopucd and sliuddered to see the con-1
vulsioiiH of the liody on the wires. '
The ladde- was nut up and a by-'
standci went to llie rescue, but, the'
man had become nii"0 fo'ons and fe'l
to earth. The anibulancu bore him to '
tne accident hospital, where for twcho
hours he did not legaln conscioiisuesR,
He is terribly allocked nnd burnetl
though the doctors nay he may re
covi r.
Kuber sUmps at 311 OUluhomi. nve
nue- K3l-lf
Coffee L ik
P
Sv r.rwxmVi i "DM---m,4-
ijuvvc . lltJb bfclUl dill b.
OlOE3L
T A Jfy
$
ds
i
AT
H-SEajr aza.. 3M
Meals serred in first-cluss stjle at nil hours. South side
betweii) Pirst and Second streets.
.T3U- A
Harrison
avenue
LOUIS SCHIUKRAM.
1 OUIS WICRMAN.
mdliUIIId udiliaEs WOlKS
BSK3SSZ2!S52S3
Now lvady for business at their
Division nnd
sfH
vmft
B3Z3Z2SBS23Z3
new stand,
General
Springer.
-:- ReDairins'
Dr. Parringlon, hou.eopathic phy-
s'cian and surgeon, has located
h olceovei pengol's furni tin e stole.
Speiiallst In women's diseases and rec-
! lal diseases. Klu-trUity used when
indicated. Uupt.irc cnrcxl without the
knifo or dctenlin from business.
I Calls for acute discuses answered dnv
, or night, 8:.im
Williamson StaRe Co.
Stjgt leaves Guthrie daily at 7 a.
in. via Partridge, Carney & Spere;
arrives at Chandler at 4 p. m
Leaves Chandler daily at 7 a. in.,
arrives at Gumrie at 4 p. m. Office
under the postoffice.
Guardian's Sal.
Ti iiltory of Ok I iliuma, Payne c cmy, a.
Notice is hen In- glveu that .fulm W.
Joiiliin. giiuiiliiiu of the estatt of U-e
ti . n Jordan, iiilimr, has been ordered by
In probata court of r'ayno count j-. Okla-I'-i'.ia,
to self the following described real
. -i.iioof said iiiitior. to-Wit: Jt hlff
I'ltlua-t tjiiniii r acotlon 3", town-
ln, 1 :H north, ranite ?est.
lid In writiue fll be receUetl until
thee ulngof Si ulcmbtr the Hth, lrtt'.
r tin uurciiii- of said laud, huch huu
; f J -B.3. E&.5.2:.1
IS.
BUaClY WORK ATTENDED TO
WORK GUARANTEED.
Practical Horse-
Shoer in connection.
see our plant.
--
TI
JT
5
What Is the condition ours 7 I- r hn'r.tlryt fn
Itarsh, brittle? Docs It rphf at the t s? Has j1 5"
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out vu n combed or .a
brushed? Is it full of dandruff?
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these nrtrsbme of
voursvmntomsbe warned in time or vou wlllbecOhiclin4d.
Docs v our scalp Itch ij
If these artTsonie of
youwlllbecohicbatd.
Skookum Root Hair Grower i
li what ron nreiL Its production U no- an ncclilcnt, but tli rwult of arlMitlflo
research KtinwlrdKe of tho llr&ct of tho liiMrnn.l scalti IM to IIioOIucot. r
err of how to treat thpm. "Skookum oontaliniirithcriiilneralanorolM. It a
lanotaDrc, butailellghtfnllrcooI'Dg and retrmhlng Tom.'. 11 itir.ulatlne J
tho folllclca, It $top$ falltnj hatr, c ircJ diindf vff and proirt teironbald D,
head. "a
. ttf Keep the tealp clean, hcalthr, tnd fros from trrltatlns MTirtlon. ty
the uo of St nil-urn bkm boap. Itdi itroya jxinulMo intcc't, uhlcK fttd vn ac
ana defray the .nir. M , . , tc
If your drrirlt cannot upp1ryoi tend direct Inn, nnd we will rnrwnnl t
prtpnll, on nwlptof price orowei,tl.Witr bottlei fl furtiOU. bout,80c. p
7IH1IE It AUK
Itf rerti
tierlariSforS!.So.
THE SKOOKUri ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.
37 Month l'lrth Ave tue, Kew York, N.
" "- V--A'0B"JVVyi,,n,;ir,oVV"B,'-,WV AA.VJ'fl-,V'llW,fi"oVBVef'r.VaV:A,
CAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything1 Strictly
First
.6 mc2c
ViUW
kJ.
S3C OIS-T1 OK-3CJ3ES 3E.
Oysters, Came and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. tn.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r..
Socond Door North of Harrison on Second Stroot.
DRITSIK
)&ss& H &
A cool and refreshing brvera?e. Pure and
und u Iterated,
out
For sale through
the city.
ENRY
must be
di'lsiKIl'
for cash and addressed to the
1 at Stillwater: Oklahoma.
un
tile
-Hie to In made on or aftei Si ntemtMM- the
IN . J
sth. 13.
.lou.v
OR1IAX.
tiiiartliun.
Ok'ihomi's agriuultnral pier tin
Iloum , ric'.j! and l'orura mil 'int.
Wukuia l.r dkii one year for 81.
Mrs. Sunnder hns n.l the latest
styles out at present, call ami sic
thorn tf
Itoomcm' supplies, quinine, extrait
Jninnicn ginger. I.illie's pills, etc. All
will be needed in tho strip. Ituy them
Ui, I.illie'a drug store, coiner Ilarrisou
and Second strcot. tf
'We
Write
Col! and'TjT
Woman's
ra n a m
l I i i
"i
1
I V STOCK OF
Ti
sliFOC
sery.
Fire Insurance in com
panies. We wrivo 'nado
Insurance. Wc write Life and
Accident Insurance.
icn ly he
rvrior tne
fale.f the celehrui'q. V
-1 BSaaP'vi'iaL.
" ODCP.TiniToiiur
aSBBBBBaL AJ ( W I nU IbbUvI III I U
lWto"s1
atiuq nu
tSSwhcn
erlpVo
ind
!i'M2
lrvrmP.onro
LICUUIOOCO
nit nU dfe ts of vision and at
pricos to suit all purses.
The eye careful' v tested troa of
hnrgo and cori'e.-t louses accurately
fitted-
?criuiii fur tin iUjw
.' twnsv TsergeHii Atiams aim a
ciiiiple oilier men to arrest liuu.
lliey topic him into msUMtyat t lu- foot
of UieT.tuiis leading Jo bis lawyers of-
licit, lie lomuiitlotl suicide in tho
Tombs i-athi r than co but k to u.ico
to stand trinl.
"itensoti's fa i her was an nlde-dc-en
m it of iNapoleou uud caiuo of noble
I'Veuch Mluik lleii-on iceelved the
Quardlan's Sale.
Tetiiiiiiv ui OKI.ilio'na I'ajrue comity, in.
Nut u I- hen by Ritcn that John V.
Jordan. ki ii dlun ot the estate of Sullle
.lordau. niluur. has been ordered by the
pior-itiM-imrtof J'ayae county, CNclaho
in i o si-! the fn'l , nff tfesciibed real e.
'ti ld i.i. i, tnulr Kuutbv-est i
i(ii.iiii-i of the northwest iiiiart"r stel '
n. 'i 'iiwoyt i.irt. rut itv - ill . .."tit
ii i -s-lon a,, t . ,. uoi iii in.;.' 1
1 ' i
1 l! ii-hi wrltb . I be recrUwt inuil
!! iititrof .",. uf the th 18.11.1
i..i ilie piii.-iu.-, 4i land. Sjeh iij
I iiiuu w iui i'.i uuuieaiHs! !. iin-
I sent oepifueti at ftuitwnior. iwuiamMv ,iw
etli, lfci3. John W. JoHDAX,
(uardliin.
WE, LOAN MONEY
-v- 2
TRADERS
NM IfANiin
W - JiB.AAJw J3-E,
COMPANY,
Spencer & Robertson,
AGENTS.
nue
Railway Building
( -l "I l r-rni
- i S i I I r- I
AMI
Loan Association
Of Minneapolis, Minn.
SPENCER , R03ERTS9K,
Hoow Wpo Dulldlua;. General AgU.
W H ! T E
General Contractor.
inieu
cril
eovei .
s fen in
out . s
aw ui r ,
not.. - n.. n. tr...- uc o to. n i Enjfl'fcb nob lit t
VOlWM Dililld r3 nnUiS,UU OU.Ulll 0l,t the Queen load
Brick and Stone V'ork
Will (Jive i areful .Hi utlon to
Cteberu sea Cultaiiey ork.
dChiiaiMy Work.V
BBT P1RK TO IIIklSKI.r
finest educatiou the universities of
Kurope eould p-ive He learned sev
eral fautrtiajrek. which he could peak
lluontly. Durina tlu ir letneen
(I'uruiuiiv and Franco he was cdi or of
pno of tlie leuiliufT li-u h lournuls.
lip Kot leave to cross ilu- rusaiun
linen and lie remained at Tom-, until
tho sioffo of I'urU was oer
"He uns rli-Ji urhlli. In i'aris l..,i t.,u
fovu for the traniiiig- tub'e simhi :um(
his ruin. Ui famil. uis aided Inn
and lie tveiit to London. Th i- l.e ,,.
coivoil the dsrinif scbene ,f raising
mone' ostensibly tor the sutf-uisb.i
thesfeue of rarta, hut real I v for hiio
self, lio hud u splendid address uith
all the polish oft 1'uiisiun aristo rat,
and found his tusk a to.'upiirativcly
ts-vy one The fit at pcism he cull oil
n wut, i he Lord Mnur of London, to
',aB ' pictured tbe tiestitutioti of
the isiris i. tins of the ulotre, sad ho I
roeiveu a nr nal nulsrintlaii nf
,OAJ Til, Cm., , ,.. tnV wrnati
t '" the ini'tei and had suli
'II on w,., -i Cemon was dis-
'" '. a ftuu If,.- ,.i I had
"H I i i. . i ,th-
' "'! It til. n
, io. ail tbj .
oil leSdv lo follow
m siilj. i bint' lurco '
Quardlan's Sale.
Territory of Uklahoma. l'u in- -oiinlj . m
Notice I hreby ghen that lai Pal
mer. Rtiardian of the estate or tit-nigi- and
V'redej-lck Calmer, minors, ha-. I 'ii oi -tiered
by the ninhate couu of Pawn
count), Oklahoma, to sell tin
following dtn'ilU-d real e-tate nt
said minors, to-wlt: West half of soutli
west qilttt-U-r secthn SI. low iMiip ;
iioilh ranue 1 we-it: i-h-i luilf of ..mi,.
1 "H-.t iptarteriif section :.'", t-.iwiisbiu -.;
Hill I h. Illlllfl- I Wt-ot.
j llidtiit v,iti,jjw ill In-ivccImhI until th
1 cMiilnifof SeptemlN'r . 1W0, fur the p i
chuse of said land, hitch bld toiiM 1 1
foi eali and addressed to the utiderslKii' d
ui Millwuti-r, Oklahoma. The le to I.. '
ttiade ou oi arter netiteinber Mb, 18. 3.
Mabv l'.u.MUt (luunll.ui. '
Quardlnn'a Sato.
Terrltoiy of Oklahoma, I'u) m- eouatv,s
Xoikf Is hereby given that hu ie Mau
niui, (uaixliauof th estate of thai lis
and Annie Smith, mluois. hu been in
dexed by the probate court of Iunc
i-ounty, Oklahoma, iomH th.- follow hia
Qtwcri-hed real estate of s,ii, mmois, m
wU: TlM half oi tin- lu'ithweM
quartor f stir "n -i. bmuHhip wnonh
raofte east, k. . cenoith half of tin
OnFarm or Ton Prop
ertj, at lowest current
rate.-
W. kms & &;
FOR A GOOD
ta-3
11
CO
s
&-,
!
f ocenes, Fion
and Feed,
2,2,2, SOUTH DIVISION ST.
Furnished Rooms, Cool, Cosy.
First Street, North of Meal's Bank.
MONEY TO LOAN
At a L..i Hate of Intend bj
HUM
HU 1 JLJ-
ROYAL
Q,
Livery Teai
GO TO
I n i rs w s 0 iniHfftiP
ji-awaasaEtio a Eiffiauuia
A. M. KI
MGTARY PUBLIC..
Kendall lluilding-, Opposite I'osthfllce
ill sail at sin nn,, ,, ,, - ,, ,, m
Courthouse Barber Shop
At Legislature Building,
East Harrison Avenue,
MRS. D. E. MORELAND, Proprietress-
If you want a first-class
IlnJr Cut call and see us.
Shav
o or
C, T. VINSON, Proprietor,
southwest quar'ci of v-ctioii ai, townsUiii
, rauge 2 eat. '
Hid In wiiiin win i. -in, Led mmi
.H ',. IIKIJK UI k-.l-fl-UIIM-- III.IS1!
purchase of said land siu-h bid
ti
theetenliiirufSeiiteiiilier stli.iM
or ca-n and auunsiKisi , the underahzued
for the
must be
at iMiuwHti-r. Okluhoiiia. Tin sab' tube
uiuiie ou oi alter fsepleintM-r Sth. 1838.
Kimk M-tMU.No. Ctiardian
Cleveland Ave, West of Division St,
WI. ADAMS, Prop.
rou a tioot)
VVm. Morehead,
Transfer .Trunk Line
ESTABLISH i:D APRIL 2S io39
115 Oklahoma Ave.
All orders for baggage on outg-bing
trains should be left one
hour before the tram
Spongers Fnrnitnre Palace
QuartilAn'a Salo.
T;rrltury of Oklahoma, Payne, county, w:
fcotlwU hereby given that DavW V.
llendriekx. jriudian of the estate of
AieckCli.il',. I.i-vlaud Mike Hendrickv
inuii li.i-l , i, ,i,, imj hy the protiai
1 ""i "f l'.ivin eiiiiiily, OklahouiU,
' -ll l I. followine deserlhmi
'',"' ! -'ale of sunt minor. to-i
wit: N nt h hj'f in irthw est (uart.r tue-'
tiou 7. tow n-li.p-'i ii,, i id, riiiagp 1 eat.
M.lllllV.l-st illl.it Ii I itf lluJil.WtaM miuiu-i
iM'ihip i. range l ea-i. ,
,i in i if -Lrtlthucst iu..u.-f
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CITY HOTEL,
STILLW'TER, OKLAHOMA,
H. CHANCEY. Proprietor
NewlV furillahnil niol rnflttml li-nr.l,.
1 out. Only tlral-olnhS hotel in tho city
AVe arc now doing business in our New Brick Buildine
n m t- .;,,;, uututiu. me enure uoou
uuuumg is niiea irom cellar to ceiling with the
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store. Open all clay.
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Special attention glren to.coininercial
trade.
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J. TUCKER
mltU ki. East of Oir'si St.
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i-pretent thtai Oldest and
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At the corner of Vilas and First streets has the
following to offer to his friends and patrous of
the livery business: NeW Surrics, J'luu toni,
TO Carnages Spring agons, Cart
htcl-ine Harness, h.ne Saddles, Good Gen
tle btyl.bh Horses and Ponies, Good Gentle
a u t . , ' Ladics antl chileren a specialty.
All of which can be had at very reasonable ficr.
Mr. .. "It . ... 1. .. i . i . e
m i.y nam to ; lease; ac n,e t Uui
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Call at 107 West Oklahoma Avenue. 1
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