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GNrflRDP at tut PosT'Orricn at Gutum?, Ok. as S-o.sd.clabs Mttbk
Orncft op PtrnucATioxi IUkm-ow Avat
mow mm i M.-mwrmi nia
J had locntod. She had ridden alone
a. id hnl picketed her hor AhU she
! .... ....i-..fl , 4ttlrt fi llin liliilil '!..
. . .r.-T-. '-, Yrtl ' I' "- " "-ft
AN f i rlKIn r ' "IC ,n(1,,rlrtl uf hlr -orm-Usly had
II 111' lliliUl 1 1AJ Sl( . f,ri. i (i,(j j.rnhlr jtmi the Oi.v
irras- burned furiously, bearing diiwu
i upon her. When she discovered hor
Arallin Nights' Tales of tlis Cli5rok8oiln"K";.in,tcn,lof ",m,"u'1,r,'cr,,T0
, I and riding away, she sought to "llro
OlTip back," but It wm too Into, the (Tallica
i fin opt over hor andshe was lost. Her
ho rsc eacnped. Anollicr woman lost
RARRIFRs RIIRNFD AAfiYl1,erUfei"11 Mm,,ar n,annor wp,t '
Drtnnmno ium.u mvai jKUUre. Whon rarrol, aml Slllth ro.
j turned to their claims they found
three men contesting their rights. f
UUTHKIJS, OKLA.il O M Y, V, i , l XJSD AY .MUtmiKO, SJEPTEAJLBER 20, IBU3.
ul .ff wiu m '"
PAHLtAMENr OF PELIOinNS.
Towns That Sprang Up in an Hour are
RIVAL STRIP TC'WNS.
SOONER LARIETED AND STRUNG UP.
Asa Youmans Glveti a Dose of Coll and
BAYARD T. IIAINER NOT MISSING.
lip mid l!l llrnllirr nro S.fr l'riilrlp
I'lren At ore Arrlilcntii About
The Cherokee strip is all right,
it is thickly settled and will niiikc a
The new towns are growint uicelv
'I tin Hock lulniul llitllro.iil Kiikhrv.I In
'J'lio disappointed boomer? who got
neither claims nor lots arc returning.
They form a regular procession on the
road running beside the Sautn lo
tracks. There were at least ten men
to every claim in the strip. Deaths by
prairie llres ure reported numerous.
Nearly every lounslte in the strip has
a rival. Knli' one of the oillcial
county scats i -lip Hock Island rail
way, has u riv. same name
two miles ami "Tho" govern
inoiit refused to Ideate ti county seutat
the Hock Island station because uu In
dian allotment had been taken adjoin
ing it. Now the Ho k Island refuses
to stop trains at the government site
anil is doing all it can to aid the rival
town. The same condition of affairs
exists on the Hock Island at Pond
Creek. The government town of
! Perry is being ignored by the Santa
! Pc Trains are stopped at Wharton,
;i private town
Pit hpncfcpU So Nun . rot Tint lpor
t tr llutft Itoi Kiltplntrd.
( tin .lo, tvpt 11..- Y. i r ncoil
n'culti in iliin fit 'tes iiiinU il 'i''i
the it wd Hint i" ";lit iniini.'.' in tn
the imrliumeiit of ri-lijflotis in t li Art
Institute yesterday, ntul cU.selv sent
tluixcd eaeii fuse a R its oncr .used
through the doors of the unditirlinn
mid main aMUinbiy rooms Thotr
presence was duo to the development
that during the first week of the pir
lininrul the liglil-nnjrrreii gcntr,, and
for that mnttor women also, plnypd
havoc with Hip personal possessions
f tha general folk in the various
According to the paper pm.rnted to
th' pailiameul of religions yesterday
in Iwhulf of the Shukii Soeiett of
Japan, Kuddhispi considers the uni
verse as haviiiff had no licjrinninT . n I
as unlikely to huvo nnv enlin,r. It
cannot trure back to an etrrmtv any
absolilloeasu.il law and so it riaehes
the conclusion Hint Hicie is no end to
the world At tlv s;i ne true It hold
that in tlie futiiM-the litr of e.K'!i In
dividual will ciij.v ne MirT.'r t'ire
suits of its own net ion i !,i tlu ex-intence
liCliop lltiilli of Kenti.ii;,, III
RAC5 IS OVER.
W.-IERS A MAIDEN CL.IMBG AN
STAR BEAHSOM BUSY PERRf.
- - -
lnterf Mlntr lliirtttPtinf Hrcrty Trtlk IVftin
tlui pw County Scut Town-Nume
3!orp l.uctty Pooptp I)lro prnl.
A fool for
nenscd by thotttnnils and vns delltKjr
ate nml uncalled for.
.stinin Pr trnim niul stop nt 1Vii
nnd lite enmity sent of "K." ItnilroiuK
, run for the people, mitt Hie people
must be accommodated.
I Messrs. Fitch and McUrath, tuo
' members of the Perry townsltc bonitl,
I are on the grntiml. Tho tlttrd man lias
not put In nn nppenrnnee us yet.
j Hnktey, the pollei'inan shot by Frost
J llutebrrnfl at Orlando last week, in
i rocovorliig and tlittclteraft will prob
ably give himself up and be admlttetl
j to bail.
I Harry .Mendenhall of Carthage, Ma,
with his facu looking like tho ac of
i spades, made tho run and located ou
of the best Perry loU, Just south and
j abutting the land olllco.
' The Hill brothers, .loo and Ted, wero
WJH'UWtl E wiiijiw
speaking of lln historic t In it. s.iitl
Hint men believed in him bee .us,; he t ions such as "hflt did you get?"
Int. I not left them desolate, and be- , , ., , .,
cause the g.eatness and tnerev of ll.s 'meaning, ofcoiirsivtli.il they aecumn
life hud done more to soften and ele- , luted ti quantity ol enrtn, both tigu
cwo inilcs north and
nil their citizens are sallslietl. Of of Perry, two miles south, but not at
course, there aru kickers; some people the government site. ' The Santa l'e
would kick if they were being hanged, is ulready equipped with stations and
but withal, everything is serene. , side tr.iu!?, at the former two stn
From all leports received there will ( lions. It ih believed tho government
be a choice row before the cominis- site will bti d?populalel shortly for
,sioner., of the geucral land otllce In the Hie principal mason that It was oscn
settlement of titles at Perry. For , pied principally by sooner and titles,
every town lot there are two or more ' will be badly mixed for some years to
claimants, and as there arc so many i come.
stories of fraud nobody Is disposed to I COMING BACK IN DROVES.
fiivo up without a .struggle. Titles in ,
consequence will be "hung 111" for UWcuxteil r.uuinen Ula.l l lct It.irli Into
years. The land olllco will reap a rich
harvest of'fics. and unless prospective
purchasers be willing to buy off all
claimants, rial estate transiictioufi will
lie few and tar between and hi. prove
incuts will be of tho most flimsy char
acter. The best part of tho toiynsite
was looted l, -. 'in'' desirable
lots which i hey failed to grab were
laid claim to by their confei era t us
who came o.i the trains, lutwltl. ttand-
The retreat from the stiip is in full
force. Rneli triln uhich pulls in
lirings hundreds of the disconsolate
boomers, who only a few days ago
went down to the strip wltli'lioarts
boatliur hiuh anil I licit- minds tilled
with alluring pictures of wealth to be
gained from to.vn lots and quarter
soctious. Their clothes are envoi ei!
with tho dust of the piniHeK their
vale mankind than the work of all the
inoialisls ami tin orjsts combined.
Professor (M-oi)'e l'nrk Finclier, in
an titldrest upon "I hristinnity ns nn
Historic l!eligion,"liohl that tho prep
aration t'f riiristianity was indissoln
bly iuvolieil in Hie history of nneiont
The most lengthy par.cr of the day
was Hint of ('oloiicl Thomas ent
wortli lligginson, of lloston, who
npokc upon the "Svinpalhy of tle-
luck" and "rolling
atones Hock together" nro aphorisms arrested tuko in Perry yesterday,
handed ("own to us from the time of once for selling liquor without license
lleor-'o Frnneisril'ijtln or some other and once for allowing music in their
man -.vith n Irani Of enra or fanatic establishment. They have sovoral lots
tlioug'its. Thoio. truisms are exempli- with several contests,
tied in tho cases at "people who re- "John Ward Is In Town" was one of
spoilt! with a voclfeVous yes" to ques- the llrst signs put up in Perrv. lie
has a largo force of colored men ped
dling pop, besides doing an Immense
business tit Ills stand. The water is
ing the efforts of tho leg.timato claim- i f new. .nro begrimed, but thiti.igli the
dirt . an be seen disgust and discon
tent. Nearly all of tliom hnvo port
able camping out (its and tliey are re
turning gladly to the homes which
they loft in such haste.
ants who hnd made the run fairly
ahead of them.
Thoc.Mimnlo set by tho soonir.t was
contagious. Men who expected to
win lots by nn honest run when they
found that the rule was to grab audi iiainer u sre.
contest set up adverse claims and j The following telegram was received
within two hourr. utter the signal was last night from Enid. I was sent by
given to run thero was an average of S. II. Jtrudloy: "llayard T. Ilaincr and
threu or four claimants to very lot in
the S'.'O acres. Occasionally a man
would (tilt, in disgust or fear, but tho
most of them are holding on and tents i
brother have been missing sinco 2
o'clock this morning. Supposed to bo
killed, hot trouble."
Mr. Ilaincr arrived in (Kithrie Inst
nnd "Improvements" are so thick that evening safe and sound.
pedestrians must pick their way as OR A pjN-AMRmCATT DOLLA!!
through a labyrinth, lo add to the,
ooufusion the soonors pulled up the M-uator M-rnrt lirl 1'p the Fuklaet
Mirveyors' btukes, and in consequence
nt mi lntpriKitliiiiut Ciiiirpi'oni'.,
IVAsmxtiTos, Scjit. 1!'. At the open
ing of the senate yesterday, Stewart
ot Xuvada, submitted an amendment
to the repeal bill, authorizing the
president to invite tho governments
of tho republics of Meico, Central
and South America, llaytl and
(an Domingo to join the L'nited
States in a conference to be
held in Washington within four months
from the ii.issnir( of the net. to secure
U needed but one thing to complete ' ,u, adoption of :i common sllver-roln
the chapter of scenes supplied by tho ' (which shall be a dollar of not more
opening of the strip and this has been I tli.m '33 It grains nor less than
',,,,.. .itl nS'J.'Jt grains of pure silver) to be
supplied. Asa oitPians was the vie-1 jlMIwl lllu.h jfovV,.,,,,,-, imtl l() ,,,,
thn. He was one of a company of ,t legal lender In all commercial
Missonrlans who seized land in New ! transactions between the eltl.ens ot
.treetis, alleys, and even tho public
nqtiarc nnd parte, nro occupied and
spread out over the aero property.
Adjoining the townslto aro thousands
of men mid women, who insist upon
dividing it up Into town lots regard
less of the government survey.
. H.imiiT l.urli ti'il.
Cliickasaw and when
boomers reached thero
all the American states,
The amendment is uu innovation as
to the character of the conference. It
llfty men with rifles only to support provides Hint the action of the delo
their claims to tho land. Youmans gutes shall be binJing upon the gov-
held two clulms, asserting that his !
partner had gone in search of water.
Tho lirst comers did not molest him,
but now comers promised to a'd thorn.
IIu went up to two of them, or-
ernmrnt which sent them. When the
common coin is agreed upon each gov
ernment represented at tho conference
shall open its mints to frcj coinage
for thn benefit of holders of silver or
The icsolution of Senator I'ctfer of
Uorlng them off tho claim, at tho same Kansas. drectiu the Interstate com
time raising his rille. Oao of tho man i inerce committee to toport whotlmr
asked him for his cortifleate. Ho had I legislation i , nocesstuy to rrevent the
none and did not propose to get one, j i"''?"11"" of inter.-ta to trains by
,, L l , , 'lawless poison, was taken up, Ihe
witling, "I am a socnor and I would hphjec-t was not disposed of when the
like to know what in tho h 1 you are senate loft the chamber to participate
going to do about It." Tho men de- ' '" ,,, ceremonies commemorative of
... to.1 nnil -ooii returned with two I l,'o..l0flth anniversary of the laying
------ q, , .,, eoriior stone of the ennlt.il.
dozen friend. In a spirit of bravado
Youmans said hod already klllid two
settlers and would get away with
poino more. 'Ihe mcu promptly placed
a larieton his neck and string him to
u tree, leaving tho body to warn other
TnoWnni'ii llurmil tu IlratSi by i'rulrlt
Near Perry Monday tieorgo P.usiwll
was nliot and killed by Jim Ocrrarhty.
Kach cltilni-d tho northeast quarter of
Cliff Stafford v. -is killed by Jessce
Thompson in n di pute about n olaltn.
A mils lie' oiy -ias. i roportaU by
( arle II. arroy.and Henry Smith of
. hauttiuqna couity. Knnsas. wlio ran
irora Orlando mil loiated ndjolnlng
-laltns a fe.v titles west of Perry.
Nome distance vest of them a woman
Wantiih: A tonant for a splendid.
llrutclass storo-room nn Oklahoma
avenue, at very low rontal.
l'ur Sale Clit-np,
Oue bank safe- unJ one vault door.
Can bo luught at liulf tholr value. In
quire of Ilonry 15 lazier. Orlando, or
Ueorge II. Uodson. Uuthrlo. Ok. ot
Tim 18! Cln-UH
With Its great animal display, oxhi
bition of aquarium feature, deep sou
monsters, Itomaii hippodrome and
living phenomena, will ohlblt here
Wednesday. September 80. It Is
scarcely necessary to remind our read
ure that the world'w best show U com
ing or whun,as It is duly announced
in uvorv conceivable form within u
radius of forty miles. That everybody
that can come will he bare on tho
(jreat occasion goes without saying,
and that till who do come will be
At I iciichlown, a snliitrb of St.
Charles, Mo., (ieorgo huens, colored,
in a qinrivl shot Kdwnnl Ituschmnnn
f.ittillv. I'.nschinann returned the Arc,
liiigMH'er Knnpp, who w.ts shot In
the like shore train robbery at Kos-i-b't.
Ii'.! , and is lying at Kendall
i ill. . i- i. -ported very much worse and
in il.tiu'-i r of death. ,
I '"in List advices leceived from the
I mreil states consul at Sin .lw,
tlieie is .to doubt but that Ati-ctHider
Week-, v. ill b extindittd ami brought
Ir.ul, tn this country.
.1 tl strnt'on, icrvini.' a term in
the ( o nt :ulo suite r risou. and John
Kei'linn v:ivcd the bars of their colls,
and after settling a thirty-livo foot
wall sn ussfiillv made their o ape.
At Denver .Indge tir.illfttn Iss-.'ed ait
order p nnlUlnff tne llovky Monalnin
lime nnd Dollar Saving bank to re
sume business 'I hi . bunk usyim
Jit'.V 17. iHthnt! the j mile.
Sir JMward (i'cy parli imentary
scrtury of the fi i' 'tfn ofll 'o hi the
hf.tts" of (omuiop brII that the
Itrttihh consiil nt 1 o b JanHi,, re
ir.el that t ratio :l I i fyWi jiara
A bnmly tr.ige.ly has been cnaclel
lit lllac't Spring, Ark. .1. S MPhatn
nnd .1 It. (i,v-hru be?aino involved In
a quarrel over a hor,e trade, h"n a
desperate llglit yet'iirrod and Miibam
vas statilicd to death.
At l.eetchfiehl. Ivy., five
escaped from the eoiintv
night by gaining neoc-s to the lath
roiim, then cutting through a bt lek
wall and letting themselves down by
means of blankets lied together.
The large barn of Judge John P.
HiggiiiH, two miles southwest of
lloustonin, .Mo, together witlra vain
ilble jack and 450 bushels of
frrain wus destroyed by fire
nvolving a los of P3.0 )0.
The Joiirnul of Commeruo of Liver
pool says lh.it negotiations aro iti
progress which will result before the
expiration of th resent Knglish
mail contract in a dalle service of
steamers between Southampton und
A barrel head with a nuasage writ
ten on it in leul pencil bus been
found near the month of tho Hulifax
harbor, telling of tho loss of tho
sehoou"r Senator Prye, from (Glouces
ter, Fourteen men "went down with
Uoulonuit Coventor Daniels of
Kansas :iuious thtttsn extra ses
sion of the legislature should lie held,
and has written to .ill the members of
the senate nuking their views on the
. Coventor T.llmnn, of 'South Caro
lina, bay. that full control of the ro
lief work for tho storm sufferers Is in
the hand of tho Hod Cr ss society,
Willi huailqutirtsr at lle.mfort, and
all contributions should l.e sent to tho
John Taylor an Inoffensive- young
white man, was want..ily m.irdered
bucoloicd man iiam.'d John Me
Cluren, near Soutervillo. Payette
county, Tenn. Tito murderer was ar
rested mid a lynching U pypoptod.
The court of annanlfl of Ifontiiek-y
is dosirotts of reversing mi opinion of
tlie lower oottrt suttnlning the rlgh s
of the Coebel lottery, but t.) do
must reverso former opinion- of the
court, and is hi somewhat of .i quan
dary In the matter.
The National Hank of Ashland, ut
Ashland, Nob., lnu resumed btuinesi
in .in e.xcollont condition. The bank
closed Its doors on July tl, owing to
the failure of its parent toncern, tlu
American Imii and Ttu-.t compauy,
which resumed a month ago.
The elegant residenie of Hanker Ij.
P. Atiib rsoti, Arduime, Intl. 'let , v is
destroyed by lire, together with it
unlit o (.(intents Tin- (ire is In-line I
lo lie tl.o work of mi incendiary u 1
it Is thought that a servant w- i. m
RUturtlted the tlonr v ill coal oil -ml
fired tho building I" ' veiigs' for .n e
words she had had "'i her en-i -s
A dispatch fi.im la ' - th i.
no triitl in Hie re,, the I i ' i
cinmciit is abut u ' f
Mtumt I UOI.IKl'. ' ".'III l
The government, n
l-suiiif t certain 'il,a
UcutuiC4, t he a roeei le
ratllvely, literally, mid nictaphorl
cully during the great toboggan
race to Perry pretty Perry where peo-
! nln itiIti wiiter with ti forlr itm. iliikt.
, for money anil plant canary bird seed I
I on their lots. Tun l.K.uir.n hns nl-
' ready printed several columns of mat-i
ter pertaining to people who got sotne-
thinir. nnd below nfo tho names of
some well known Oklahoma pevons j
who fell down In theVlehi place. i
Wash yiuf face '
lliliic Cill is home, I
Dance halls are booming.
Hurry Hurtles got a claim,
Cop- Wulhu-e is in tho push.
CM Harnes has n good claim.
The sootiers are getting reared.
Perry 1ms a population of 17,000.
The now sliip towns are nil right,
Charles Filson owns strip properly.
Charlie Ingram is still holding his
A big ball will bo given in Perry tonight.
Yesterday was a pretty day in ;
The lino nt the
very poor and brackish and unfit for
man or beast.
1. 11. Shu phi ml and Judge Ceorge S.
Cunningham bad their eyes on a lot
east of the railroad track. They were
driving a fine team and hnd landed
when a tntilo tenm ran into them, de
mollshlnr their backboard. Owing to
the commotion that followed, they got
Judge J. H. Corrignn und W. W.
llindiiKiii have formed u law partner
ship and aro ready for business on lot
!., block 21. J. H. Corrigan has prat
tled! in New- York, Chicago mid oilier
Fastcrn points and has been eminent
ly successful, while Mr. llludnian
comes with enterprise and ability.
Mr Scott, of thu llrm of Scott A
Pcscek, ol Oklahoma. City, rode :.'..
miles hi one hour mid 37 minutes on
Saturday and secured one of the best
claims on Hot! UojU. Iu "says the
I wliplo country was worse than -soon-I
ered," that hundreds of mcu were in
I the country and banded together to
1 isslst each ot tier.
u P- ' r ir .
2ir -7V-ri i n r -
i?J N r? CXflSS 9- -
Tlie w hole world Is after our shoe-, ntul pti tt iniieli v ei
shoes. t.Hi. Nou ,ol.lirt p t Into nn.thlua ' iter, i !tlu-i-. ii
ju"m :,":, i wen. look w i ii unit tit well. NoImmIv imt
t coines to footwi-nr. A imtl shoe tutielu-s a tender spot, ami t- i .n i
i.Mii-iieu iikiiii. ii mmi want Kitiittcii iuir pocst-t IkmiU liRhtlv. .
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1 1 B W 1ST O lv T.AHC M AAV IA.
109 HARRISON AVEIMUl
Every thing in the DRUG LNF.
Prescriptions Filled Day or Night-
A, C. IIIXON, Prop'r
Juil-e l It. Mentz is here from
J Hraxlicar City, ha. Tho judg- will
land oillco still s.,e,. n,o law pracllco beie. Judge
Ment. was collector nf the port unib r
Volney lloggatt will bo oleetpd j the Harrison administration, was a
mayor. i member of a Into constitutional ton
Two Ttu'ks from 1'ie woi Id's tr are vcntio'i and sat on tho bench in l.ouis
at Perrj ml1' f"' s',x Vents. His friends me
Thol nd office fareH. dot..? plen- ';' '-' ,,,lm lo U' " C!'"'ll"c "' lhe
l W work. j 0,U' c ,,f In ,
Ceorge Price has an olllco near the'
land of Hoc. j
Khner McClung rode home on a I
freight ear. i
They now have North, West and
Frank Hayninond of Win Held has
got a flue lot.
COMING BACK IN
Tho IVrry bar association starts out '" ,"1"1 '"""
- ln,!iil li.nlliwr
, , ,,w.. h ', UV.l.p,
ill ijiijii biiape.
ltlllllll)-l' lllllll t" (il't
lllld I 1(111 lllllll.
IvA.VSlS I'll v, Mo.. Sept. 111. The
toll-cat from the Cheiokeo strip is on
in full force. Kuril train which pull-,
into the union depot from the South
west brings hundreds of the disconso
late boomers, who only a few days
to the strip with
h!h and their
minds lilted with alluring pictures of
Newton Crumley has established a
Iinck lino at Perry.
L Tents nro crowded up to the very
door of the hind ofllce.
I'p hi Perry they size a man up with
tho dust he's got on him.
Tho townslto board will probably
begin its duties tomorrow.
Two . womun had an exciting en
counter yesterday over a lot.
Perry will be a city of the first class wealth to be gained from ttm n lots and
n twonl vd-iv. I (piai ter sections. Their clothes are
n iwonlj H.1J. eoveied with the dul of the prairie.
Tluriy car loads of lumber were sold i Iheh faces are begrimed, nut through
it Perry yesterday. i the dirt tan he seen disgust and dis
content. Neaily all of them have port-
Second Hand Store,
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices.
Sec our Gasoline Stoves the'" can't in.
beat. Sold right DOWN LOW. 1
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Av;. bet. first .id Divisic. .
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
Ihe Ions of many lives and simply
served to tidv.ince tho interests of
I avaricious speculators ami sooners,
i wlnlu tile Ik.iicsI settler, nnvloim lo
S. K. VnnVoorhecs and wife secure a home and to till, the soil, was
captured a claim near Hod Hock. left out in the cold
Joe McNoal anil Oscar llalsell each AN EPIDEM1C DECLARED.
made good races but staked on the i .. .... -; .: ..
" ISrmikwIck, C.i., In tli Cr.itp ( Yi-IIimt
Street. lever lliuniiniU l.invni tho (It).
Much kuffet ing will result from the j Hkinswick. f i i , Sept. 18. Hlevon
burning of the nrairics. It was a , new cases of yollqvy eve.r
great mistake. iilovolofoil Siiturhi.y r.ii.rtho board of
licalth bus declared Cm disease
On Monday two women boarded the j epidemic. Whon the announcement
neck of ti mule lot,, contestant nnd j was made the residents became almost
lit.,.. j- ., I panic sttiekun, and thousands are
utUl hbj yoM tA -, rlv M JH. tIu, (ly Tl ,inil ,n
S II, IJ'tulsWDrth got a portion of a (,0 weather is unfavorable, llospl
stroet. Ho was sucttcssfiil In liluck-1 t.ils me being built with all possible
well llaok, howevor. j speed
Miss Nancv Hash of Caldwell. Kan . ' i'H"ro r a si. .io,,,i, rirm.
C 1 .!. .. . ... ...
.-ii .iuki.i-ii, .no, ,-iept, j.i. ine
hatdware firm of W. P. Samhirs
Hon assigned this morning, hinblh
able camping outlits and they aru re
turning glmlly to the homes which
they left in such haste. One and till tell
the same story of the management of
Ihe registration booths ant the mad
race for hind on last Saturday The
iitenfs inanngement of tiie opening of Oysters, Game and Fish in Season.
the strip. The plan followed, they I
tleelarc, was a failure and resulted in
O 2S, O JE& 33 3 3?B.
Regular Dinner From 12 Lo 3 p. m.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r.
Second Door North of Harrison on Socond Street.
CAPITAL CITY BOOK STOE.
A.fnll line of Books. Stationary, News, Ofiit.
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Pr
w: ' in the push and got a lot.
name didn't v.etn her,
John Chlnninmi got there in good , ties H l.tiOO; estimated assets Sl.'i.ooo.
shape. The lunch .stands hi tho new I
town arc ruu by ce.ot.tlnl I , 'r,,c 1ac1'10 ,,,ll!' '.awrencc, Mass .
, havn posted a notice that on uu. mint
lining the rosb a boomer broke his - of the dopresslon in business it be-
LOOK HERE I
th; sale of conn, n
A. W. ti Us, u 1 1
at St I'ritneis, V l
I'r A Ann- nr? t,
t ttdu. I, i - i.. j
piautttv of de
IK'l.ll, tin' I Dll
1 -lent in"t Jiasi'
,;...- ami I, I . I
, 111 II 1 ieu ttv
S 1 illd -' if
leg in two places, near Orlando, but
finished the race und got a lot.
I. M. HicliunUon is at the head of
the .So.uhw eteiti National Hank,
which isdohijr buahiBi-s in block St.
A man who made tho race was stir
rounded by three sooner on Hhick
Hear, .Sunday, and was beaten to
Wait.-- t .nver a .u Ceorge Purke I
1,1 -dm. ' :i w i-lil'S f ill4 business ill the
iu-1 1 a cf town, rhoy tire conduct-
i.l;-, net. 11(1.
lhi-,(ii is right in tlie push He
h. - 1 ity-ttve men nt work petting
I V o
comes necessary to reduce wages. The
Pacific mills Were tho first to start nr
after the shutdown, starting tm the
old selieduln of wpyes.
Tablets fiom ono ponny up nt tho
Capital City book store. 10-1
.1. '. Coulter and 1 M. Itrown have
bought a new stock of hardwuru and
I implements and will locate at Perry.?"
U.oincrs' supplies, quinine, extract
Jutntlca ginger, Lillle's pills, etc All
will be needed hi the strip. Huy litem
at IAUie's drug store, corner Harrison
l'. Hrickner, tho contractor of ' and second atreat. tf
Mrs. Armstrnno- re n ly ..'itam-t a ' nnt
(IIvoich fr-jiu Armstrong, nnd laU
blood has twisted l-efecn the two
ere .s uitteli comment and ihdig
i at Arkansas City ovor tie.
shooting of John H. '!!!! by a soldle-
llest cigars in tho city
If you tire in wantof the Ic-lebratcd Cincinnati Sufe. lire or lhug
or l- iro nntt littrglar rrooi; ,
It you are in want of the Celebrated American Helpmate, Singer, U., a
Jt you nro in want of Hleycles and Trhycles. such .is the ceb Uratid In ,
Kin" of Scorchers, the Fouler, the Oriel, tho 1 hieulx, tlw tn..
Warwick, the tioad King, tne ieiegrnm, ti o tv t. me, u.- . on.
Traveler, tho Noiv Matt and tho Ho id Queen 11- jr. si' '
retail, come and got my prices, at 10ti li Oklaho -a uvc, e. O .
E. H. KNAUS'i
The English Kitchen,
piaiii i lit t-
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST ill tlie CITY.
JastSnturdny. The shooting was wit
r ,,ta mm linlrl iiffpr-auil l " ftoo-"
,7 fliantl th. Illinois bsket has , boawt cruyo
.1 v I hntrlinv . - - - -"
'sat'Si'els liool crayons, blactr- j isarum, . . r -,,, ,.. ,
ruToaa and nil tha leading lnt 1 SoulhoaU qr tvf 9 ipu, .If. .iai' - l
l4fll book store. IQ-I K Uoatati. - - .------
Vic i ir sum o)
POUlllV ! - - , iil.
hit He A to , lm. und Uooks.
If vou aru wult'.r.Jf for strip opeiiln
don't fall to 1-U7 your drugs, station
ery, etc., ot Mine's tiruy storo,
ro,Hable turner Ilatrlson nivl
n.au. ur. - , .. ,. -The shortest anu quieneav ruuvv-"..- .
pplcslon.hah'vlt')B.vltu.iiv.v,v , - . ,. ,. .
-vinviv a uirnest Ttmtr tjrrwntr Tt!Trtioiii rntiwat"
Spates $1.25 Per Etev. BoariS Reassnalile
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