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ornoiAL paper or loas cocstt.
DY HOY HOM -IAN.
Governor W. C. Ecsruo-.
Secretary T. J. Lowr.
Attorney GeasralC. A. Galbbaith.
U. S. Manbal-E. D. Xu.
Chief Justice Fb.xk Dale
Associate Just . Mfxrt V. Scott.
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No. 407, Cklaboroa Kxpres
S'n M. War Pridcht
&:40 a. m.
3:20 p. m.
11:11 p. ra.
1:0ft p. is.
1:0s a. ro.
I'asetrer should procure tickets be
fore letting on the train
The Loador Blndory Is one of
the bost Institutions of the
kind in tho Wost and is daily
turning out largo quantities of
work. Send In your ordorR for
binding and blank books and
they will be promptly at
DONOVAN AHD THE DUMP8.
The Press-Gazette Is on the ram
page. It lias a kick coming and don't
rare who knows It It has discovered
that the editor of this paper bos been
detect d In company with the govern
or nrnl wibheg to expose the whole
rand at on.'e As a matter of fact,
dear brother I'eo-Gee, your howl
would probably not be entirely with
out foundation, wore the facts as they
jippear after your perversion.
We did happen to bo in l'crry on the
fame day with Governor Ilenfrow.
There was nothing extraordinary in
the occurrence, since this paper has
interests In Perry which require atten
tion, and a considerable portion of the
editor's time is spent looking after
them. When ibn Evening Democrat
1 tatod that Governor Renfrow and
Jfojr Hoffman were on their way to
the West Side it did so entirely with
out authority, and wis certainly very
Tho editor of this paper has in no
pay interfered with nor attempted in
iiny manner to dlutatu the appoint
ment of Governor Renfrow, despite
the 'i.-cuwitions to tho contrary, and
has r.. t personally urged the appolnt
meiA ot a single .ounty commissioner
nor .jf any ooanty olllecrs (with one
rxct.pt ion) in tl.e Choroid e strip. And
xurt.ter, we can state with confidence
that 1, 1 one ha acted in that capacity
And l.in J'ce-Gee odors an unult to tl.o
jL' at ve In the afllrmation.
A. t' tho charge of biing detected
n y.rnor Renfron's company, we
ivill not attempt to palliutc or deny.
Uorofnor Renfro v is a very honor
Able and jileusanPgentlctuan, as welt
;is an able and thoroughly clllclent of
lierr. We aro not above being fijunt
in such society and sac no reason why
iv p should keep out of the company 01
jjovemors. 'il hucli, any in ire thai'
i)iitx)f the soaloty of the esteemed ei
itor of tlie I'uo-Gee.
As to holicltli) work in the strip, we
nrr, of course, in the Held, and will at
Xeiupt to bueurc as large a portion ol
it as possible. Wo have at great ex
pense equipped a largo bindery, capa
ble of turning out work equal to any
if the Eastern houses, and we certain
ly do not expect it to remain Idle upon
our bauds. Wo have now, and expect
to continue, to gut all the work we
can do, and are building up an Institu
tion lhat is a credit to the territory.
Hut we do not expect to bolicit or ob
tain one dollar's worth of work from
a-.y direction except In a strictly legit
imate and straightforward manenr.
And the pay for services will go en
tirely to home labor, and the profit,
it any, will go to build up a home con-i-irn
lhat U Democratic to the back
lone, and which docs not neod to
fctoully asset t Its Democracy at fre
quntl' recurring intervals, or -wear
the trademark of any Organization to
!eigmte iU political quality.
We will be pleased to welcome com
petition at any timet, but will not rec
ognixe a combination between the
I'ee-Gee and the Slate Capital or the
(iaat pnhlUhing house of .St. Louis, br
uhleh the former is to secure and the
Jntttir to perform tU work.
As to the statement that the editor
of this paper was requested to rosigu
ai prWutc secretary, the editor of the
I've-Gstt cun entertain that view if he
chooses; the wish, however, is father
to the expression. It Is, in faet.whclly
untrue, und none knows it so well as
the editor of the I'ue-Gee, who has
jtereKtcully attacked, cither secretly
r opt-nl v, every momber of the pres
ent u-rritorlal adminWlratlon Includ
ing m ,l ngenta of the depart
iun nt here as well a Uiu honor
tMi) secretory of the interior.
Kow. brother I'ee-Gee, what we
have wild lias boon in the klndeu
Milrit. You doubt less draw inn uur-.i
den of your woas from comments of
vorlous organs that "have it in" for
the ndinlnisl ration, and which we
l.uvc b'lowed to continue without
iCudeifmlnr "m worthy n reply We
wan'tyo 1aboHonger vritb i
' ., . . ,,
lons. jo siiouiorc . r
card rer yi hare boon a very poo-iii-
To hare a great field dow.
I there and coeld roakeyoorM-lf a p-w-i
In the pmrty. and cm hoebJ edeavo
oo ehaaf your wy a 10 to en J
Ike conOdeoee anJ pattern of yoa
party. In thi way vou etld rapid I)
acquire the Influence and dreulatlot.
of which 70a bot.
We cannot bel'evettaat CosgrcMmar
llryea has left the Democratic party.
All thoirroonJ aoy fne h: a for such
awerlion to contained in the toil mint
extract 'rem hto peech delivered at
the Nebraska convention-
I want to aai to yoa that if the dole
t&lm who eoaw hero properly reflect tl.e
MnUraeaw of the Democratic part) j
which seat them here. If the resolution
which yon. have propod hete.and Met ,
yt will adopt. If thy reject the ru
meats of the DesHwratlc party of tbi
state, and thh party declares In favor of i
a gold standard, a it will If It pa thb
reohitieft. If yon declare In favor of th
Impoverishment 01 the people 01 .Ne
braska, If yon Intend to wake more gall
tag than the slavery of the black th.
slavery of the debtors of this country: if
the Democratic party after you g home
Indorses your action and this become
yoor sentiment, 1 want to promise you
that I will go out and serve my country
and my God under some other name. If 1
This might be taken to indicate mat
he and bis party had eotne to the part
log way. under certain condlt on, bnt
those conditions are not yet estab-
lished. Congressman Bryan is too
brave a Democrat to doscrt his party
because of a divergence of ideas. He
was a leader agalnat the power of or-
Kaulred greed, and his fealty is
stronger than warring fa lions. He
was a Democrat and a leader among
the hosts that ashtd for laritr reform,
und he is a D. morrat now.
SENATE ADJOURNS .
The United States sonatn adjourned
a. J:15 Thursday night until 11 a. in.
vesterdaj. Voorhees gave up the con
tinuous session, seeing nothing could
The latest compromise talk
is 53.0O0.otw a monin tree coine- ..Qnc jruRKUt se, orer im worU,
The silver men declare against it. of ,t cvery wceU Th(J JUea prevails
Kothing was done up to a late hour 1 jlcrc tnat gum-chewing hplps diges
last evening- tion. A little of it may, but constant
- . n gum-chewing injures the teeth and
The Lkapkh Is recognized as the impairs the stomach. It creates
best advertising medium In tho city ) saliva, l(lcl) is carried to the stomach,
and terrltorv. It reaches all sections. 1 n'l onuses u frightful sastp of th.q
Into every county, every town and valuable gastric juices. It keeps tho
village, and almost every postofllce in tomaoh busy when it should be at
. . . , , .t it n 1 ' rest Some men chow pepsin gum
Oklahoma go-copies of the Dally and , heeauw th tlllnk t,ieriJ ,s n ,ot of
UCCKiy lKAHKH 11 J)US a coimiuur-
able list of subscribers In tho adjoining
and Eastern states. In news, enter-
prise and circulation it Is second to
none, and has built Itself Into what It
aid on the outset it nrooosed to be -
coma THK i.kaiiixo SKWsi'AfKn in
Oklahoma. f)ur merchants, locog
nixing this fact, havh loadpd it to the
gunwnles with advertising, and tltolr
returns have lieen and are correspond
The)' have been having lively loe
at Enid. KJJins were hold 'or
forty-elght hours narij ehnrges of
fraud could be iuvestlgalel. nbgtotr
Patterson nnd Receiver Ilassler have
now taken the line In hand and here
after will post each duy on the out
side of tho land ollh-e a list of those
In their order allowed U) apply tl.at
lay. The applicants art pleas! with
Sojik one uhktd the V.nlln (iiobe:
Wuat is to become of some of our
ieop.0 if strip money is not paid out
s o . ns ther J are a grout many who
u-glectod to even try to raUo a crop
0.1 the str.ngt 1 of t'lu pay me. t?" To
finch it sympjihoileally n'plled that
hey should be allowed the privilege
Yoxa Yr. tlie new Chin one minister,
brings to the president a fresh, now
laid protest from the emperor of China
against the Geary law. Those pro
tests are all well enough, but they
don't signify anything. It's the old
game of running a bluff against a full
AimiiiAl. Mki.i.o continues to bom
bard Rio. In the meantime tho In
habitants proceed about their business
in the usual way and without Inter
ruption. It's not very long betweon
bombardments down tlior. and ttiey
are getting so they don't mind it.
JkffkhsoN succeeds Booth ns p.'osl
dentof the aetorV club With the
death of the great Hamlet, tho only
Rip stands easily ot tho hoad of the
profession, and it is proper that he
should occupy the post of honor.
Tiiuustox, the ex-oonvlot, who Is
fighting (Illck'B confirmation, is the
galoot who tried tq run the polities of
Oklahoma by representing hlnsolf at
Washington as our posiotli.'o referee
Tiik pln-fltcal endurance teH might
do in a bout with skin gloves or bure
knuckles to a finish, but it ill bsooiut,
tho dignity of tho Anieriean sennte.
Anot'T 3,000 miles of railroad will be
built in this country this year, as i
against 4. -ISO last year. Not so very
bod, considering the hard times.
Tut dltTerence between Wanauiaker
and Van Allen Is about 810,000-the
difference In the sl.e of their respect
' ' '
l'viii U coinir to have a national
bauk, so says the comptroller,
vihe matter with 1'orry?
Go and see that fine display of fruits
at Ed's bakery. HO llarnswti nvenue.
I'eoplo Wiio I"4t.
Will And a L kinds of game, such as
to. rabb't 'ra'rj h"-ken
a-4ifr-,b ,,,na d tlsb. n vri n
s at W m i.ove a rv-ti U
Dtalh of the OrtclaiU of Lal Alctt
Although Mrs. Anns Bronsoo Alcott
Pratt, who died In Concord was ne
in any manner connected with put
life and work as her famoussister
father were for many years, there is a
sense In which she has been very
closely connected with thousands who
never saw her. Tor she was the origi
nal of Meg," the sweet eldest one of
the four "Little Women" who have
been like sisters to all the young girls
of America since they Srst appeared
in literature. And many women who
osd to know "Meg," "joo,' "Beth."
and "Amy" almost as well as their
own sisters, and who rejoiced
n "Meg's" brave industry and
endearing womanliness and happy
home life, will feel a pang
at the loss of a familiar flesh
and blood friend ot school girl days,
in learning that "Meg," too, has fol-
1 lowed her sisters into the silent land
I "Beth" died first, as In the story, then
the bright and talented "Amy." and
only a few years ago Louise Aleott, at
once the prototype and creator of
i "Jo," laid down her busy pen. The
, children of Mrs. Pratt were not the
I boy and girl who figure as "Daisy"
and "Demi" in the stories of the
) Marches, bnt two sons, whose place of
occupation In the world is in the pub
lishing hou whence came "Little
; Men" and the rest of Louis Alcott's
1 books. The younger one took the
I name of John Alcott legally In defer
ence to Louise Aleott s will. The
eldest son is E. Alcott Pratt His
mUe wn Unlr8 the name of uronson
Alcott, In accordance with the wih of
his paternal grandmother.
A CUM-CHEWINQ TOWN,
vt, loU nt the World tvhm it
Couin to Till Ilttrclie.
"There is more gum-chewing in St.
Louis than in any other city on the
continent,' says Corliss Jordan.
"Brooklyn claims to out-chew any
other city in the United .States in the
matter of prepared parafllne, but I
have seen more men chewing gum hre
Inside of an hour thun I would vee in
Brooklyn iu a wtel,. I asked a drug
gist alout it, and he tells me nearly
everybody in St Louis chews gum. HI
"'""" '"imy t' so .rom ou,er-
l vn linn
peprin in it There Is not enough in a
jyagon-load of It to save a in-squtto
from oiin dyspeptic pang.
"llio Mime fallacy obtains In this,
1 cne us In bodn fountain sarsaparilla.
! !'' were to drink a hogshead of It
you wouldn t get enough ifoniilno
sarsaparilla into your system to
mobilize a single pimple."
In That Country Truvelcfl Ala Nut 'h
IrttCHl tiy Thieve,
A point which soon attracts the at
tention of travelers In Sweden is tho
punctilious honesty and truthfulness
of the inhabitants. This is bost seen
in the many little incidents of daily
life. U hen stkilip; for places at
theater, for lustuiiee, tho tiokftt olorh
never falls to Inform the applicant if,
owing to the eiowdcd state of the
house, a better position would be se
cured with a cheater ticket than the
fljjo usked for.
Again, whoii psreph are uken out
by steumers from Htockliolui to poul
try placet, in tho neighborhood thoy
lire Just thrown out on the quay,
where they frequently remain half
the day without being claimed It
never seems to occur to any one that
they could possibly bo taken by any
lody but their rightful owners On a
canal trip of any length u little book
lies Irf (Iju saloon of the steamer, in
which each pasoeuur houps his own
account of the number of meals, cafes,
cognacs, etc , he may take during the
JlHtislug for rheft.
n J')e mountains of Kentucky,
whoro the tend lias iU home, (heft I'
regarded as a worse oriine than homi
cide It is not surprising, therefore,
to find the Hazel (Ireen Herald advis
ing the community to ' hunt down and
hang for the good of the country" a
house breaker who stole articles worth
5S0 from Porter Laoy's cabin. "Sneak
thieves," says the Herald," are one of
the marks of civilization that we can
jvell afford to dispense with, and If
the one who cfmmitto this eei could
be put out of tho way It might hftve it
sulutary effect In deterring other-
from following in his footsteps."
I'rogrrM of Cltllliallnii In Kentucky.
Three thousand strangers, mostly
mountaineers, visited Middlesborough,
Ky., tho other day to attend a circus,
and thcrp was not u Winchester or u
pistol to bo sen, net a fight or even a
quarrel occurred, and the drmikei)
men, If there were any, were too few
to oenoiicoti. 1 111s remarxauiecuango 1
from the old Bell county style is '
thought worthy of remark by a local
paper, which lum-iiuiua tlie eommun
ity upon the circumstances.
A Glasgow paper says that !n u
parish church near that city a baptism
was to take place on tho firxt Sunday
of the month, but no water could bo
got for the font, as it had been out off.
'What shall we do, John?" said the
minister. ".list put your hand In tho
font an' lat on there's water In't,"
said the beadle, "un" I'm sure the
weaiis'll r.o ken ony oddk."
1 mil.'.' Minium).
Mrs. A. 1'. Suuiulors presents to the
ln.ll.kanf (,lllliri an, I vlnlnil. ...... ..r
. ..H... V. .-..-..... WH.. v un. hi
the llnest Ulspluys of mllllnerv ever
hhown in the territory. To know
wnat is uiu mieni in inn una winter)
millinery it will lie necessary fur you '
to call ut her store, blie ulso does
stamping of all kinds i'Mll
huprciue Court ll-iul.
liuund copies of the flrt vol u in' of
Oklahoma Supreme Court reports can
ba had upon application to Ldgur
Jones, territorial librar an
i v ' r'd jn he'i if a j orh
jut receive t Ut L-VS
Is lie Best 12I Cheapest Pilat 01 tie Mailet.
What is it that gives any Paint Durability, Beauty or Finish J
and Preservative Quality? j
PURE LINSEED OIL ONI.V.
To every flloo of IUmir-r P.i-e
of PareRaw Lineeed :; to r..t.iv !
When yam add ifd u i i.-tc. I -
Know tbatyoa will raL i - ., m t.
anu not one none ir-np i ,4 1 .i.init
Linseed Oil pin -en ih-l i-ulilitv of
IfpureOilis used. th- rturaiiitv is
t rhts I'mnt I noil .or,. . ,1 a, compared with other Ready-Mlxed Paint
1 Inasintich as the cn-,uiii-r.lrM, n.: oav tor Linseed Oil nsd at the rt,frnt
1 of Ready-Mixed Paint, "1 nt::.7o per ration. After being thinoed with'
i pure Llnsoed OIL one a-alion of the mivture will cover square feet-two ,
oau, on ffooa ouriace.
n, 1. .... .u ft... .i .K-.4
-",-'- .-, a tMiiwx ,iau.c ,Hnfc
Doctor Qaarrrl About the lleeanitrue-
1 tloo of a I'relilitonr l!ol.
A few weeks ago sorr.p workmen nn
I eartteil the remain of a prehistoric
1 animal, probably a br.jntotherlum. in
1 the banks of the Ohio river These
remains were secured by the Catlett
academy of Catiettb.irV. Ky , and
j turned over to Professor Jonkins, who
holds the chair of geology, and he set
j himself to the task of reconstructing
1 the deceased giant
j After the job was done he found
j that he yet had some 200 pounds of
bones undisposed, of, and. after sur
veying his work, he concluded that
the tail would bear additions better
I than any part of the frame, so he pro-
coouej to ana some twelve feet of
caudal appendage, curving it over the
animal's back like the tail of a trood-
. natured dog. When Prof. fJould. of
the same institution, saw the novel
animal, he laughed. He said that
1 Prof. Jonkins hod made a ridiculous
, mistake, and instead of an abnormally
long ttiil the creature evidently hail
, preternatnrally long hin 1 leirs, so thaV
(he animal, wh.en, alive, could go
bounding like a kangaroo, fifty yards
at a Jump. He then proceeded to re-
, construct the skelet n putting the
supurlluous bones into lis legs.
When Professor Jonkins heard of
this liberty that Professor tiould had
taken with his specimen ha wis very
much enraged, and proceeded at once
to restore the tail. The next morning
when Professor Could came to the
room and saw the extravagant tail he.
at onqo pulled it to pteoes nnd turned
, It Into legs. And this alternate meta
j morphosls has taken plaee dally In tie
' skeleton for two weeks past.
1 Another amateur s dentist who saw
1 the thing sugpestei that perhaps the
t beast had wings, but tlii.s suggestion
1 was scornfully rejected by bith scierp
j tista, and they still insj-t on recon
struottng thp skeleton and w.ll do so
1 until some bad student steals the ex
WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE.
, Kxtreinrt to Which i'rir-lnri,!
(ciettr iomet m Cirrlxl.
WlUiiti the pan month in Boston
, oecutieJ an Incident that la typical of
the extreme to whiib professional eti
quette may be carried. A patient lay
ill of a raging fever, whose progress,
apparently, had not been prevented or
, mitigated by the remedies prescribed
a ' by the doctor "in charge" of the ease
! That doot-i was not fiutirely aatis
faetory to the patient, nnd was even
, distasteful to ths latter, but had been
called In because he happened to be
, near at hand The sick man protested
, strongly against the continuance of
the seemingly useless treatment, and
in sis to I that the Imiilly physjetan,
shou'd be called. In a spirit of courtesy
the attending physician was told of
tho facts and of the wish of the pn
tieut. 'Die family doctor was sum
moned and was met by the attending
The two dostofti had a private con
sultation, nn.l as a result the attend
ing physician announced that he would
I'remain In charge." despite the objea-
, tions of the patient, and the family,
despite the knowledge that his every
visit so irritated nnd c asprated tho
I patient as to increase the fever of the
helpless but thoroughlv ind gnant vic
tim, The family then imde an almost
pi eons appeal to the family physician
to visit the putiunt, whose condition
was sn h as to occasion grave alarm
and the most depressing ft ars; but the
reply was made that no reputable
physician in Massachusetts would so
imperil his standing' under the rules
which govern physicians as to attend
a patient so long mt the "attending
t physician" refused his consent.
I HOR3E3 WITH WHITE FBET.
t'ontlilrrvil Unllluky In I'runee, hut Highly
Tliuujlit of iii'thu Orient.
, In Pranco, and I believe in European
. countries, it is a most o niitous sign
for a rider, and especially a soldier, to
want a horse with four white feet.
The famous tieueral Lasslle u hi was
! yory supjrstiUoH upon th's po'.iit,
never knowingly motinte I such a
horse. The day of his deith after
ominous d rents wh ch had
happened to hhn that day, su-h as u
a broken pip, the
i ,...,... ... .... ,... tuc-a a wiiv
nlnliiru r Itla w f l.!An , tk..
I moment when he went to look at it
for tlie lust time, he mounted
not his own, nnd ith.iit fflancinir at
i Ills feet. The hors-i had the unluek
, signs Mounted upju tills horse he
was struck by a shot flro.1 at a mo
1 ment when fighting had cpsJ by a
Croat among th.- prbjner, ju.t taken
! at the battle of Wajrrani
u the other hand, thow four white
feet are a inatk unit toen of e ms'ider I
lion with orientals, who do n t fail to
, 111 -lit on the fuel in llu pedigree i of
lbelrhoe6. I notice a prujf in the
eerttiletl Ikst, nude by the elder of
the countrl . which neeompunie the
I pre nt w-hleh Abd'el Ka ler in Julv.
1S5I, made to tlie rreucli emueror of a
number of valuable hnres.
lousundtof Slioll proofs max b ilied
I Wantkd Scond hand shu. cuks
.it tho Itudcot store ,"u .t
Ladies, see that r levant nw lin of
stationery ut P II . ile X I s
For a good shuve, hair . t or si -
P'j T r T i -lar-i
t-ia. K ' ' t
it a cost of 81. 0 per gallon to the coosamer. ESTTor sale only by
F. B. LILLIE A, CO. DRUG. BOOK A. NEWS DEPOT. GUTHRIE
giagl QUI I
Prepared Pb.nt mut be added one gallon
..'v frr i'aw.tinir.
. - - . L'-ived Oi. .oa rallon of Paint, y
- a I ict. n;d from pure Lrns'-eO 01
run. 1 n-n neccssarv aoditioo i-I raw
,nr Pa-.nt uoder yor own control, and
... tJ. .. i. t , . ..
v,i u4fr ausu m,r urrvtii ni unmiHiiir
1'rlMii.rri from Oin-r,
Twelve law breakers from the Osage
ountry were brought to the city yes
lerJay and landed i 1 Ja!L They are
the usual tough looking customers
who are i-hared with committing
Mobbed et III Watch
Doc Holden was held up between '
Wharton and Perry last rright and re- '
ll'ved of a silver watch.
Laintier for t'eriy.
thirty ear loads of lumber are
o . he sdetracks t Perrj - awaitiaere -
POINTS FROM PERRY.
The lanl oMee has beua letting
ontetl tase-. fer trial. Among the
first is the tase of Lewis vs. Morris,
set for iJecember 3. involving a val
uable tract of land near Kildare, with
J. L. Calvert as attorney for the
plaintiff. lThis is the first case set.
Perry is soon to have n Pennine
-iiuunu nacK itne. ,M. Win. SIR
,iri i iiere 1 rom iiiicniui and snv
e Intendh to put in a flrst-ilass l.ne
ind remain with Perrv.
onslders that Perry Is a gojd town
o tlo to and will hurry up his business
as soon as possable.
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In the first book Mr. Stoddard take-.
.ou to France. England. Ireland. Nor
way, Sweden. Oerraany, Palestine,
switserland Austria, Italy, Brazil.
Mexico anil the United Stntes.
The Republic brings the world to
you. It brines all that is granu, ro
mantic, imnjsinsr and beautiful to
your fireside, und while you, your fam
liy ano irienas gaze upon Its wonders
so perfectly and accurately portrayed
they will hp oloqvfeiitlv de&.-nbed by
Mr. Moddard himself.
Tor particulars seo tho Republic, h
sample copy of which will be sent frte
upon receipt of a postal card request
Or, If you want a snnple of the art
portfolio cut this advertisement out
and tend it with ten cents anl series
No 1 will be sent vou Without this
.id twenty-fire cent will be charged.
Address room 2s, Itopubllc, St. iuuis
Ladies calling this week at Mrs.
N. P. Sage'rs hair and toilet bazaar,
over Mrs. Saundii-s" millinery store,
will be glreq samples ef Ma -fam lira
hain't complexion tieuutitier, cucum
ber and elder llower irenm. in-.1-.
Wastkd- Four day boanlers
Vilas avenue. ;
Attend the races at Oklahoma City
October 2th, 27th and 2sth ;:,.'?.
If you are waitltg for strip opening
don't fall to buy your urii;, t.tHlioii
err. etc.. at i.illii.'s drug store, the old
tollable corner Harrison and Second
An exchange relates that an old
lady traveling on the London qitderr
ground road and flndjng thr,t the train
va approaohlug a station, said to a
man who sat at the further end of the
compartment and who was her only
fellow-passenger: "Would you kindly
tell me, sir, what is the next station'.'"
"Itayswater, madam," was the courte
ous reply. "Then would you mind,
sir, when we arrive, opening the door
and helping me to' get out.'' "With
pleasure," was the cordial nent.
"Vou see," the old! Jadv wont on to
explain, I am well on in years, and I
have u get out slowly ami bnalcwurd,
and when the porter se. me he shouts,
look alive, madam!' and pivos me a
push In from behind and I'vo been
:i run nil the elide twice already."
It was a hot day tin 1 the pastor ot
the suburban church, looking ovor his
congregation when about half thiough
his sermon, noted many nodding
heads. "I wonder how many of you,
brethren," ho observed in the some
what monotonous tone in which ho
had been preaching for nearly half an
hour, "would bo ruad.y if tho nngol of
death should mako his appearance at
this moment und call out In a loud
voice: 'Ticket)!' " Forty-seven com
muters lit various parts of the house
awoke with a jerk, felt hastily in their
vest poekots for something, looked
confusedly about thorn n moment, unci
liecnmo instnnt.lv attentive and devout
A .Monitor Tree.
There Is a tree nt Tule, state of
Ouxaca, .Mexico, which rivals in the
extent of ground ooverod li its
branches Kimo of tho famous monster
lreo of tho orient, A traveler wh i
fcnw It recently, says that he foml
resting under its branches a lrt.t (
montof troops, numbering' '.." Mit
of them belonged to the neighboi ho 1 1
and tholr wive and children lu.l e. .un
to the rendezvous to meet thm,
and thorc were under the t'ee besides a
number of vendors of all ' ,rN of eat
ables and several hors -. i these
had plenty of room an i , were a 1
within the wall whul. rrj.inJs the
tree, while Its Iran Irs r.ten.l some
twenty feet be on 1 t e will i
It ,s tr.c !ci:t! .-' tiiI .ki ! 'Jr.nk
or offer y-n Inci ' It ' fr ' .
people in gen' m. j.r'f'ruu .r
mott in hrr"'r- ! ccr U
f!OT WOW flMFAP RUT" HOW GOOD,
' ,-'vv V-fr.C-irj DU I IfWVK VVI-"
lie sure and inquire for
A hn-iinri-'n T3i-ri k V
1 f Jin LlCltl "J J LioUI
Before leaving for the Striu. since
wl ich vou ect mav not
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BE FOUND AT ALL
B p nmi:s,
Delightful Rooms in Connection.
, corner Second St. and Oklahoma Avenue.
(0pp. Land Office.)
Oeo. A. Mirrc.M.r, President.
;' Capital fully paid,
t t V 1 1 r-
lie ivif pr nrnifc
A. M. MeELHINNEY,
PAINTS AND OILS.
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICK, : CUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA.
ONLY BRICK HOTEL IN THE G1TY.
J. W. DALLY, Proprietor.
NEWLY FURNISHED AHD REFITTED THROUGHOUT.
301 First Street, Corner Vilbs.
THOMPSON & BLINCOE
Lumber, Sash, Doors,
.. Blinds, Lath and Shingles.
Wc cheerfully furnish estimates on all bills. Give us a call.
ii ! ami f..reer i!ei,trot.H
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Olr.r ii hi
unik r ne. k, without di.
kir It uus for
in III, V I'l 111,- ni.lHt lli'llLST.!
nfly tiiir the kei-retl
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The SkODkum Root Hair firnwpr Hn.
ll. i.t K . - S, uth l-.flh ATf.. N'- Yt.rlf
ESTABLISHED APRiL 22, 1&89
115 Oklahoma Ave.
All orders for ba
be left one
-.j fjn dtink yourself
to .i'ini lnnk tm!
T3 T"t I fr
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the water ma be s.arce and lhat
suit our tidlJte. and also
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M. L. Tfii.SKii, L'ashler.
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T. L. ROBINSON,
House, Sign and Carriage
KstlmatM 1; urnislif J , (1 Application,
lis Aorth V 'onu htrei t.
CarcaU.sndTride.Mri.nKin. .-j.nn.. 1
ent business ronHnf-,H r.. .. i
Our Orner is Opfositc u,s, Patint orricr
tcmotefrom m -p --, f
i .i5.cai,ienode1, d a". c or Pho'o-. with decrlp-
iih,. ri a se' ". Ptemble or not, free 5 J
charce. Our fee not duo till talent ii.ir. i
A Pauphict, "How to Obtain 1'atcDlt. 'with
t Opp Patcnt Orricr, Washington
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