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Now is the Time
i J i1- -'M
To get that fall overcoat. Don't
wait until Jack Frost gets all his
freezing apparatus in shape and
running, until you have contracted
a heavy cold and threatened with
pneumonia. You can now have
your pick from the thousands of
garments comprising our new stock.
'The price won't bother you a bit.
Here are a few sample bargains:
A very Fine, Stylish Fall
Overcoat at $to.oo.
Good ones at $5.00.
A large stock to select from.
All new goods.
The only clothing house that was
not afraid to buy a stock for this
And buy before the sizes are
Dioken. A large stock of Piece
(luotfs to select from for a fine
All our suits are made at home.
Don't send away to get a would-be
tailor made suit.
H. L. COHEN,
Shorthand, Business Iraining
Hci.i.oiip Shuutiian!) Simple, Kasy,
!lcf, Swift, -:ni!l, Itrllitbje.
.MmiippH .Iml'rp, I'Migrrlu', Sup:
I'prnsK Complete, 'ractlfal,TI(iniiKl
J),ilh '.u is a. 111.5 I tii3:.'!.
I'VllllW -7 tulip. PL
,IYipiJ Ileii'miiihlo. Call or udilicfw U
fur fuithrr Informal Ion.
R, A. GAFFNEY, Principal,
llooin". l."i and in Kendall HiiililInK, ()di-
iippiieinie 11011I1 of '. H,
hath charms to sooth the savage
breast," sings the poet, but bow
ever sweet the tone of that in the
poet's mind when he wrote his
famous lines, it couldn't have been
sweeter, clearer, more perfect, than
the' music produced by our cele
VOSE & SON
pvery tine warranted, and ou pw
Ijiiy them phcipi than jqu can get,
thorn out uf town
I also have the largest stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry in Oklahoma. Hring in
your watch work. Two experienced
watchmakers. All work guaranteed.
C. Y. WHITE, Jeweler,
212 Oklahoma Avo.
llcst cigars in the city at Ullle's
drug htore. 223tf
Attend the races at Oklahoma City.
October Juth. tiTth and 28th. 252tf
The best races in the territory at
Oklahoma City, October 20th, 27th and
Iljusolutlou ?" Ire.
Kavlor fc iJtrudor have this day dls-
;qyud partpcrbhjp by irmtp,al eqnsent,
Jaylqf lias removed the ijry goqds tq
lis old stand on casiOulahoma avenue
Btrader ruinainlng at the old Bland
with a complete, stock of staple and
fancy groceries. All outstanding bills
payable to S. A. Stradcr.
September 20, Jrii)3.
W. II. IvAI.KIt,
S. A. SlltAIIKl'w
1 a Thanking our patrons for
past favors I solicit your continued
ED CHENEY IN UMBO.
CHAnCPID WITH STEALING CAT
TLE BY THE WHOLESALE.
llirro nf lilt I'nli A'm L'Hilurril 1
lipi-pnn Orcanltrd lliind
Kdward Cheney wns arrested by Con
stables Downey and Hoss yesterdny
on the charge of cattle stealing in the
Creek country. There are four In
dictments against Cheney for grand
larcuny, nml the otlicors have been
laying for lilin for some time. Ills ar
rest yesterday was made on a war
rant sworn out In Justice .Morgan's
court. Three of his pals named J. It
Freeman, George Kicker and .John
McMurniy, were nlso arrested. One
of the Indictments against the Cheney
gang charges them with stealing
thirty head of cattle belonging to T.
II. Uieliardson, 1). Knight and other
farmers. Cheney's bond wns Used tit
S3,'.'u0 on the four indictments. His
examination takes place on the 11th
It is iutlmntcd that Cheney is head
of an organized gang of rustlers, who
have been committing depredations
in the Creek and other Indian nations
for some time. Tlio .natter will bo
thoroughly ventilated in the courts.
CALLS HOCAN A BLUFFER.
I'.ltUly Hlieu Arr'itn ltit1r(4'Uft CliiiUnic.
hill I.hiikIi lit "Dh Kid."
Paddy Shea, the pugilist who is now
tlic king of I'orry sporting circles, has
read the challenges nf C II. llabcoek
and Kid Hogan as, published in Tut
Lkadkii to light his great unknown
Shea crawfishes as regards Uoau and
endeavors to crawl out of a box by
terming the kid a blunder. In regard
to the matter the Democrat of Perry
A Democrat reporter talked with Paddj
Shea to-day and Shea stated that Ho
gau's challenge was a hlulT, and that he,
Hogan, could In no way 1 gleu consid
eration, as he was too small. As to Ittilt
cock, the IBS pound unknown was here
and lead) to light him. Shea concluded
by sajlng he would light both Hogan and
llabcoek In one ring at the sunn time
and at any time or place fur any sum of
GIVEN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS.
ClnirliH I.iiiigftlitir)-, 11 Mlilsl.) Seller, ("ietn
ii I.IrIiI Sriitcnrn In District Court.
Ill 'dislriit court yostcsday Charles
Longshore, i barged with disposing of
whisky In the Indian ctmntry, plead
guilty and was sentenced to twenty
four houis imprisonment in jail. Ti.e
culprit had been in jail awaiting trial
for several weeks, and Ills sentence
wns made ensj on that account.
fhe itiry in the case of tieorgo Day,
charged with obtaining money under
false pretenses, iclurned a verdict
of guilty cstorda. Day was sen-1
fenced to a term in jail and also given
j.ee Johnson and 0. W. Grouse plead
guilty to selling whisky to Indians
and were pacli given thiitydays In
OLD SOLDIER'S REUNION.
Vetcrnu M'llI .Meet o Ortulur 18, HI
1 id !!l.
'fhe ,ognp county I'nion soldier's
association vill hold its first reunion
on October Id, It) and 20. Many good
speakers from home and abroad will
be in attendnitco, A good tinre. is as
sured and all are Invited, and espee
ially the old soldiers of the territory,
to attend this reunion and campfirc
and renew their experiences and par
take of genuine army refreshments.
Indue .Scott on thu llclicli.
Judge Henry Seott is holding court
at Norman this week aiid tlioso vyho
have attended from hero say he bears
his honors with becoming modesty
nnd dignity. Although only 2S years
of age and quite boyish in appearance, ,
Judge Soott has the correct conception
of the dignity of ills oilU'e and the re
spect which should be shown a judge
on the bench, and the old stagers who
conceive that they can run over him
on account of his youth will find
themselves very much mistaken. We
predict that he will give perfect satis-
in the position.
l!nrinl"tii--lllnod Up to the llrldln,
I.unntie(soreauiing) Ar-r-.--r! blood!
blood! blood! Murder, fire dcatli and
Visitor My stars! I guess I'll be
getting out of here,
Keeper Oh, no!
That fellow Is
Ho is perfectly
he Is Governor
Walte of Colorado.
roiaiqes prow to an ungodly size in
the Chandler neighborhood. One. of
the yam variety, that weighed nearly
four pounds nml measured thirteen
Inches long and twelve inches around,
was being exhibited on the streets
(!r at Country, Thin.
A man near Norman lost his calf
last week and found it in a pumpkin
belonging to a neighbor. So says the
DemociaL Tills reminds one of the
rumor that at the Stillwater fire they
had to tup two or three watermelons
to quench the flames.
Tho Clarke toy nnd notion company
incorporated yefcterday. The capital
s'toqk is 5lS,00fl, 81,0,poo Rtth'. ji. t.
Muijdof l'ikq cp.unty, Jllin,oU, holpU
yj ehaca.', ljau,ra. ji. ocntt, Ah; Walter
K. and Churlus I). Seott, 1 each.
Itoomers' supplies, quinine, extract
Jamaica ginger. Llllio's pills, eta All
will bo needed in the strip. Huy them
at Llllle's drug store, coiner Harrison
and Second street. tf
The Misfit Clothing Parlor has moved
to 2uo Harrison avenue, third door
v. f i ' str.tt 'on 1 rg i .i
piu t I' M S
Two tltillirln C'mirli mm Take Tliflr Dun
At Sedalla, TtieHny. Alice LcHoy,
known nlso us Alleo DeKay, tteourte
san who made llutlirie her home for
several years, committed suicide by
swallowing morphine. Another sear
let woman named lloynton, and a
friend of Leltoy, upon seeing her dead
frlcn-l, placed a revolver to her own
head nml blew out her brains. The
Lcltoy woman, It is said, was an in
mate of Staffosd's place in tills city
and went to Sedallalust week. Several
months ago she was married to a
young man of this city, but he soon
wearied of her, and she left the city to
end iter sorrow and career of sin and
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
lliipiiciiliit; if n !))
I found a hair on "hubby's collar"
"f was black, while mine Is yellow
Yon should liae seen that fellow
rpli.'i, his hands and heaid him holler,
And then far mercy bellow.
Train ds still infest the city.
Ktl Jnrvls, Wlnfleld, Is In the'eity.
O. W. ltuek was hen yesterday from
A. M. Carr of Perry is a visitor to
Howard Haines of Cartilage, Mo ,
Is In the city.
Ktl Lyons is taking in the sights at
tho world's fair.
Taylor C Ilaynosof Oklahoma City
Is in the capital.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kessingor arc
home from Perry.
Sherllt Painter has received a line
piano from Wichita.
J. K, Stanton and Geoige Smith have
returned from Perry.
Attorney Cotternl was in Perry yes
terday on business legal.
Walter Carver lias enough of Perry
and has returned to theeltv.
It. 11 Judson of Wabash, I ml , Is
viewing the sights of the city.
Over 150 people left the Santa I'c
depot yesterday afternoon for Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Speer and family
are arranging to move to Los Angclc,
Frank Wor.-ester, representing the
Ft. Scott, Kansas, nurseries, Uin the
Gus lthodes and I. Mann returned
from Perry last evening covered with
Postmaster Merten has returned
from Perry and other points on the
The ladles were out In full force yes
terday attending Mie various millinery
A citizen of Kl I'cno receutly ship
ped two tons of ore from the Wichita
mountains to be assayed in Colorado.
Mrs Halm, a talented vocalist of
Albany, N. Y., is in the city and will
ning at the Presbyterian church Sun
Mrs l!all and three boys of Cleveland
avenue start for Lo-. Angeles, Cab,
.next week to live. Her parents live
John J. Hludmnn, of Walla Walla,
was a visitor tq Till, Luaiikii olllco
yesterday, lie h taking a glimpse of
The Indian dames and races at the
Kl Itcuo fair this month will be a
special attraction, n it to be seen out
side of Oklahoma,
Theo J. Clarke of HuiTalo, New York
's spending several days iq the capital
city, He will probably put squib of his
superfluous cash it) Gqthriu real citato.
The trial of several Knld ail Pond
Creek mm, tlarged with selling
whisky withqut license, will be begun
to-day in tho United States district
court at Kingfisher.
Attorney II. R Smith of Hennessey
lias been appointed county nttorney of
county X by Governor Kenfrow nnd Is
now at Woodward iu thu discharge of
hit otllcial duties.
The C. L. S. C. will meet at the res
idence of Mrs Robert Martin on Sal
unlay, September 7, at .1 p in. Those
who desire to join the circle are cor
dially invited to be present.
A young man named Harvey Thomas
of Carthage, Mo., lost his reason
through the excitement at the opening
of the Cherokeu strip, and lias been
taken to the Nevada asylum.
Mrs. lllubatigh, who has lately re
opened the Palace hotel, speaks of- a,
splendid patronage. Shu Is deter
mined to make the Palace dining room
lead, and. Invites Hie pqblip to call,
A Sana Fe brak,eman was cracked,
over the knot with a club in the hands
of nn angry tramp near Mulhall
Widnesday night. The brakeman was
in the act of firing the bum from the
train when assaulted,
"bounty comprises all the country
lying between the Arkansas and Cim
arron rivers as far west as thu Otocs
reservation, with Pawnee City, lying
aiross the Itlg IHack Rear river from
Hip agency, as tho county seat
Tho remains of W. W. Porter, who
died at liis home on Oak street Tues
duy evening, was buried Thursday by
tho A. O. L. W., of which order the
decea'sed was a member. He caiu,Q
from .Albany, Mo., last ycqrqnil Reaves,
"Messrs. A. Pitts of Kausas City and
Charles" F. Gates of RuiTalo. X. Y.,
came down from Perry last night,
feeling none the better with the large
supply of dust on hand. Mr. Pitts
has been speculating a'. Perry since
tho rush, and Mr. Yates Is "doing"
the strip for liuffulo papers.
Wantko Rooms with or without
board for gontleman nnd wife Ad-
.- i t t ii o tl .. h.s g v"
Da. i I r MLKc i e
Wouldn't Make ltulri
Ciiicaoo. Oct. 4. The general man
agers of the Central trnflle association
llne" to-day declined to make a if
duced rate of I cent per mile for Chi
cigoday. All thuy wutil 1 do was tu
give to each road the right to run Its
special ccurlon trains at a rate of
one faro for the round trip at nny time
it may select. At present tho excur
sions are being run only on alter
nate days. Tho tickets have a ten
day limit. The reason given for re
fusing to make the rate is that the
roads aro now handling ns many pco
p'o as possible at the present rates
nnd If more peoplo tried io come on
lower rates the roads would bo unable
to transport them to nnd from Chi
cago. Clirii Itntrn In I'lili'HK"
beginning to-day people desiring to
visit tho world's fair enn buy round '
trip tickets until Monday from Guth-j
rle to Chicago at S17.00. These tickets
will be good until the 18th.
Siiliiillon Ann "-upper.
The Salvation Army gave a pie and
milk social at the armory -ast night.
The altcndnn -o was largo and lots of
pie was soaked In the milky whey.
Alt Want to Sell l.liimr.
Forty-four notices of application to
sell liquor appear in Tuesday's issue
of the Knid Dally Kuterprise.
Ladles, see that elegant new line of
stationery tit F. II. Lillic & Co.'s.
llccausc a man has a wheel iu his
head is no sign that lie is a bicyclist.
Ilavo you tried those cigars at Lit
lie's drug store? 238-tf
Tobasca sauce Is not mude by the
devil. It is tlie bottled up wrath of
Waxtuii A good plasterer, apply
at this olllce.
Would the silverltes abolKh golden
weddings if they were in power"
Wamkii Hoard and room for one
with private family,
Ad Iress this of-
The trolley wire victim is not elec
trified with joy.
Guthrie needs a big hotel and an
opera house. Knterprlsing capitalists
should take the hint. Guthrie is as
solid as the Chinese wall.
A move it ou-oot among a number
of local carpen cm to erect a number
of flats iu thistity. This is ti good
scheme, but a good hotel would pay
Vntki Good girl (white) to cook
and do family washing. Apply at
second door from southeast turner of
Grant and ltroad. Mhs Hay.
More fine horses and stylish women
i-'nn bo seen on the streets of Guthrie
than in nny place iu the southwest.
Guthrie is a Kentucky city
Special October excursion to St.
houis. The Santa Fe route will sell
excursion tickets to St. I.ouis October
ii, 7 and 8. good to return until Octo
ber 18 at rate of $KI ,0 for the round
trip. 03t3 Ii II. Diii.anky, Agent.
I'c iil Who Kiit.
Will find all kinds of game, such as
quail, squirrel, rabbit, pr.ilrio chicken
and fresli oysters and fish, served in
the best style at Win. Lowe's restau
,ct the railroads come wo need them
l.iht,SlrMcd or stolen. i
From A I', White 111 miles north of
l'nwnee Agen y, one ("ark bay mare1
and mule colt, and ore light gray
mule. The mare has a wh to star on '
forehead, and Is about '.' years old. !
The mnlo is about same uje. Owner!
will give liberal reward f r Informa
tion leading lo their return. Address,
.'(into A. 1', Wiim:,
I 'aw nee Agency
Idle hands walking delegates.
Foil Sai.i: C'ui:.r Ono Safety bicy
cle. Apply ut 4U 1'erklns Ave. WiVi
Stafl'd by Guthrie and your guns.
OPRITIES AND VAOIETIES.
One out of every 180 inhabitants ol
the United States owns or rides a
It is said that nearly 1.1,000 peoplo
die of consumption in New England
A man at Belfast, Maine, who re
cently advertised for a servant girl,
found it necessary to add, "No whisi
player need appply."
'fhe bondon zoological society has
offered S".',500 for five musk oxen (two
males and three females) delivered
alive and In good condition In London.
At a dinner of the Philadelphia
Clover club in New York.General Hon
ace Porter said he wis surprised toscp
plates at the dinner,, because in 1'hjh
udclphla ho noticed in se7eral dentist
windows the slffPi 'Teeth, Without
Photographs of growing plants, s.ho,w
soino marvelous, results, osmocially
among tho cllmticrs. Tho young stems i
are bald to move in a succession of
Irregular circular or elliptical curves, I
which vary In every direction. These .
movements aro duo to the irregular I
growth In various parts of the stem.
The natives of tho southern part of
West Virginia have a queer way of
conveying the idea of distances. Tho
traveler who asks ho.v far It is to a.
certain point Is likely to bo told that
it is "a couple o' looks," or "two looks
an' a boot." A look Is as far as you
can bee, and a hoot is the distance a
human voico is supposed to carry.
A large python from West Africa, in
11. n 1 I-.. I 1 .. 1 I l '
Germany, Is said, Jo, haye feccntjy
swallowed, q bog, Yhuli, measured
seven foet t length and correspond.
Ingly thick- Tho circumference of
tho boa throughout its length was
from twenty-throe to twenty-eight
Inches, nnd Its skin was expanded to
double its usual size.
Tho poet Cimpbell, ou 0113 occasion,
retiring to res, with his thoughts full
of a new poom, after a littlo uneasy
slumber, suddanly awoke about 2
o'clock and found hdn&clf repeating
the mortis, "Kvents o come cast their
shadows before" li-e called nt once
for lights and a run f ten and before
tak h. . jrliiio wf
I j hie s S
It will pay you to sec us and look through our stock. We will
The Largest Stock, .. Newest Novelties,
Best Assortment, -ijl-: Choicest Grades,
Latest Styles, JllllJ4 Finest Qualities,
Lowest Prices, Kszszmz. Bestw Bargains.
Our store is replete with fall and winter garments for Men and
Boys. It's to your interest, it is money in our pocket
to make your purchases in
Clothing, Hats and Gents'
From us. We can, we will, we do give the
money. Come and see us if you want the
your dollar developed to the fullest extent.
Special October ex ursion to the
world's fair. The great Stint it Fe
route will sell excursion tickets to
Chicago October ii, 7 and 8 at rate of
SIT.liO for the round trip, good to re
turn until October 18, limited to con
tinuous passage in etuh direction.
30,1-;it 1 it. Dki.anky, Agent.
Foil Sam: A lady's pony. Call at
115 North First street S(12tf
lit, If I,, t .i.fc.f It, W.,11 ,-, titrr t.'lial...
. ...... ...t.N..... ..w. ,-t.J..., ..(7(-
) sale business for sale, l'rice. 83,000.
! Inqlurc at I.KUimt olllce Cii'.'tf
Dr. Farringtoii, homeopathic physi
cian mid surgeon, specialist women's
diseases ami rectal diseases. Latest
methods for the cure o chronic ami
nervous diseases and relief to those
who are overburdened with too much
llesh, which becomes a disease. Hup
ture cured without the knife or deten
tion from business. Flcctricity In
some of its forms cures some tuscs
where all other meau fall. Calls for
acute cases answered day or night.
Olllce over Spcngel's furuituic storo.
If you nro waiting for strip opening
don't fail to buy your drugs, station
ery, etc. at l.illle's drug store, the old
reliable corner Harrison nnd Second
For a good shave, hair cut or sham
poo, go to Towers Ilros., artistic bar
bers, lit), South Second street, oppo
site postn'llcc. Good work guaranteed'
Two Da)s Kates at
Guthrie, Ok., Oct. 12 and 13,
On New A.ile Track.
rillST IAY, OCTOIlim 12.
3 .Minute tint, pure $100
,'::) l'ace, pure .M)
i nrle and repeat. ruuuiiiK, purse.... 7.1
i uillodash, running, ptiise L'.'t
8KCO.NI) IIAY, OCIOIir.lt 13.
".' minute pace, pnrso , $100
-':2Stiot, purie l.V)
Mllo (lash. 1 iinnlng, piirc..
Novelty, l) 4 ; .'o W;?:) yx o mllo
Fntrance fee, trotting and pacing races
.1 per cent, and r per com suiuitlonal mini
winners of anv mum y.
Mono dhldeil in purc, liuttlng and
pacing 1 aces (jo-3-19, ht tu outer and
three to start,
Kuiiuei-H, 111 per cent, enhance. I'urt-e.
divided, To-so-K), live to enter and three
All starts must lie eligible w hen entries
Utiles of Amcilcnn 'Plotting Association
to govern tiottlug and pacing races, ex
cept when otherwise stipulated heiein or
agreed to by all paitius interested Ixifoie
Aiueilcau l'uuulng Itiilos to go'ein all
running races except when otherwise
All trottluu and pacing races to har
ness three In lie.
A horse distancing the Held w 111 bo en
titled to 111 st money only. Distance same
as rules ltflU.
.Money must accompany all entries.
Hikes Nursery Co.,
A HOME INSTITUTION.
All kintls of Trees anil Ornamental
Shubbery adapted to
Small Fruits a Specialty.
For Free l'rice List, send lo
W. H. HIKES,
I Guthrie, Okla
For ""SToixir XxaL-teixresI;..
A. M. McELHINNKY,
Drugs, Books and Stationery,
PAINTS AND OILS.
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOl'FICE, : : CUTHRIK, O-Ci.amuaIA.
DEPUTY DISTBICT OLEEK.
Conveyances Made Out,
Filing Papers Drawn.
Reference Capitol National
Meals served iu Orst-dnss stylo at nil
ONLY BRICK HOTEL IN THE CITY.
J. W. DALLY, Proprietor.
NEWLY FURNISHED AMD REFITTED THROUGHOUT.
301 First Stroot, Corner VUbs,
JOHN T. BRICKNER,
Contractor and Builder,
Estimates furnished on lluildings
of all description. Territorial
agent for U. S. Roof Paint.
Office 109 North First Street,
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK, Prop's,
First-class livery barns at Stillwater and Orlando. The best of teams ana
Improved facilities for carrying passengers between thess two pn'-'s. Toa:r
always ready to start at any time in the day and uru ut , "7? il ensure.
Tho shortest and quickest route betwee' luthilu and Stillwater '$ Jrlamlo
Grand Avenue Ho
greatest value for your
purchasing power of
Like Your Mother
-at - -
Lowe's ; Restaurant.
hours. South side Harrison avenue
and Second streets.
Bates U Per Day.