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Attounev at Law.
Rom -Corner HurUqn and Sooond
street, l'ractlco in nil courts.
Tvvelfn Yar Kirtctiee. SstUfaello.
OnaratitMil. I'ronilit anil hi-
Kor.reiir: Oeneral Land Offlceri, Okla
rjp S JONTlte&SUN',
Vttornevs at Law,
Vet ! Capitol National llanV Ilulldlng.
C. G. UorniH
U mi 2.VX, Over Capitol National HanU.
yOLNEY HOGG ATI',
Attorney at Law,
Oltlc oyer "llee Hl" Clothlert.
Attorney at Law,
tSrOtticc in Leader Building.
L.J D. TODD,
Attorney at Law,
Half block west of U. S. land ofllco.
JJDWE & HOUSTON,
Attorneys at Law,
Q S. CUNNINGHAM,
Attorney at Law,
o. aMini vV CO.,
Attorn r.vs at Law,
Perry. - - Oklahoma.
tari h tvo associated with mo In nil land
caes. M lVplfornf OiithtUt.
i I- N T I STS
Omen First St. and Oklahoma Ave
Uiwiiibxck Second St. and Noblo Ave
)R. D. STEVENS,
Physician and Surgeon,
McHHIinney's Drug; Store Second St
Instructions in Trimary,
l.iedtiae and Colloge courses.
Departuicnts in Music and Art.
C'liinplote Husiness College,
l?ncultv of Si. Teachers.
JOEL F. SMITH,
FOR A GOOD
Cleveland Ave, West of Division St.
Wtt, ADAMS, Prop.
E. H. CHANCEY. Proprietor
JSeivly furnished and refitted through
out. Only llrst-class hotel in the city.
Special attention given to commercial
Guthrie people receive 0
WT.,IJ'i-'.l-r. HT" tr-'l V
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loloii.l Jo ClUt I'oumrjitfti t ,.
tv for Nmi.lit.
'The speeches of lawyer before the
recorder have very llttlo effect on tho
judge or Justlco trj-lnj? the case," said
A. O. Sharp tho other tlay, recalling
soinoofhlj experience In trying cases
when mayor of Chattanooga under tho
old regime beforo such a thing as a re
corder existed. "I always had my
mind made up nt tho close of tho testi
mony and no lawyer could talk mo
orer. Such a habit did this uocotno
with me that one day when .loo CUft.
got up to make n speech for the de
ffliulant, I calmly wrolo out a mem
orandum of the lino 1 wished Imposed
on the prisoner and handed it over to
tho clerk. Colonel doe had been
speaking for hoiiio time. 1 let him
continue. Hut presently he saw tho
"What Is that paper?" ho asked In
The clerk explained that It was a
memorandum of tho line Imposed.
"Well, will you please tell me what
I am making this speech for?" ho de
manded. '"I don't know, colonel, I don't
know,' I said, and ho sat down amidst
the laughter of the spectators."
THE LITTLE POET.
The TonRtio It Vi Tlint I'rovoJ Mlshtler
Tlmn tlio Ston1.
M. I.omercler, the favorite dramatist
of Napoleon llonaparte, wau seated
ono ovening on n low stool In the
gangway of the first gallery of tho
Theater Francais. Enter a yoang ofll
ccr, making a great deal of noise,
slamming the door violently behind
htm, and taking his stand right in
front of M. Lemcrclcr. "Monsieur,"
says the poet, very gently, "you pre
vent my seeing anything." Tho offi
cer turns round and stares from his
towering height at the little, inoffensive-looking
civillnn, so humbly seated
on his low stool, and resumes his
formor position. "Monsieur," repeats
M, Lemercicr more emphatically, "I
havo told you that you prevent me
from seeing tho stage, and I command
you to get out of my way." "You
command," retorts his interlocutor, in
a tono of contempt; "do you know to
whom you ure speaking? You nr
upeaklng to a man who brought back
thostandards from the army of Italy."
"That's very possible, monsieur, see
ing that It was an ass which carried
Christ." As a matter of course, theiM
wan a duel, and the otllcer hud hih
arm broken by a bullet.
STONES IN VEGETABLES.
I'uriueil r'roui Slllrcuut ami Calrireou,
.lillrin In Tlialr OrBnUni.
In certain species of vegetable
growths there are found stones sup
posed to be formed and deposited in
their tissues from tho siliceous and
calcareous julcos circulating' in their
organisms. Thus, in the bamboo a
round stone is found ut the Joints of
the cano called "tabasheer."
Another curiosity of the sort is the
"cocoanut stone," found in the endos
perm of the cocoanut in Japan nnd
other East India islands. Dr. Kim
mlns describes it us a pure carb.inate
of lime. It is sometimes round, some
times pear-shaped, while the appear
uuett is that of a white pearl without
much luster. Some of the stones sir.
as large as oherrles and as hard as
felspar or opal. Thoy are very rare
and are regarded as precious stones by
the Orlentnls, and charms against dis
ease or evil spirits by the natives.
Stones of this kind are sometimes
found in the pomegranate and other
East India fruits. Apatite has also
been discovered in the midst of teak
Thoie Wuuilru Niitmrgt.
There inav possibly have been an
original incident, among tho many
peddlers from Connecticut, of one who
eheated by selling woodon nutmegs to
his customers, but probably not. The
cost, in time and labor, of making
such artistic frauds would more than
balance the receipts. Doubtless the
wooden nutmegs must go with lint
basswood hams. All the same, tlio
joke has served the purpose of giving
the ohl-tlmo tin peddlers and clock
peddlers from Connecticut a bad name
for superior cunning nnd trlckishness.
It served at least one good purpose. In
giving birth to ono of the best toasts
ever offered at u dinner old now, and
well known, but perfect in its way:
"Tho Nutmeg state: Wheie can we
find a greater'.'"
A OrurKl I'lni Story.
Mr. Joe Williams of ltaley,(leorgia,
was disturbed whllo slumbering by
an unusually loud and strange noise
in his horse lot. lie sprang from h
bed anil went initnedlntelv to ascot
tain the trouble. To his surprise ho
fou ml that his horse and thu lleas had
hail troublo in the stable, and, the
lleas having outdone the horse in the
scuttle, ho kicked the doors down and
made his exit to cooler cmnrters.
They had bitten the horse so severely
Unit he was as bloody as u fresh
uutcnereil lieei anil almost eray
from pain, lo give uliii ease .loe cur-
I ried htm, and when he got through
the tleas were so thick on the ground
that he could see them going in all
directions by moonlight
Iillllpt llruok uutl Ilia Cuiillo HUIii)i
A few years ago the rector of St
Paul's was elected to u Canadian
bishopric. He was a slight, little man
and made but a very small showing
when he dressed in full Cauadlau re
galia, Including kuce breeches. In
fact, when I'hillips llrooks saw the
1 newly elevated prelate he hardly knew
what to make of him. His first sight.
of him wns a rear view. Walking up
behind tho little bishop tho doctor
laid his heavy hand gently on the
other's shoulder and looking down
quizzically, said. "Ilishop. do you rresr
Miss Mary Lou llrooke wishes music
, pupils cither on piano or organ, fall
Ion or address -ill Hast Noble avonue. 1
I References: Kev. R W. Tyler and ,
I Ilishop Hrooko.
Have you tried those cigars at LIN
lies drug store? 824-tf
Williamson Stage Co,
Stage leaves Guthrie daily at 7 a. '
in. via Partridge, Carney iV spere;
arrives at Chandler at 4 p. in
Leaves Chandler daily at 7 a. in.,
arrives at Guthrie a' j. m ttt -at
PJ( Pv rt, i'ar ;c ,
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ilili) by inuliial cue
ivavior in romovcu me a
lorod the dif jrood to
his old ttnnd on cnstOldnhoma nvnue
fetrndcr renminbi, nt thq old stand
With a complete sloeW of sfnplc nnd
fancy groceries All outstanding bills
payable to S. A Stnidcr.
September 20. 1SD3.
W. II. Kai.fii.
S. A. KtIUDBIL
I'. S. Tlinnldng our patrons for
past fnvorii I solicit your eonlinued
patronnpe. H. A. Stiiahkii.
Nollrnof Hiilc f DncliiliiiMl l.uta.
1'urnunnt to the provisions of Section 4
f the Act of May 4th. 18'.), entitled "An
Act to provide for lownsltc entiles of
land In w hat Is known as Oklahoma, etc"
and by litue of an older from the Secie
Inry of tlio Interior dated Mnich 31. lS'.U,
the undersigned Umtrec, will cell to the
highest bidder, In tlio city of (iuthrle
cimutvof I.okiui. territory of Oklnhoma
on SATfllliAY. OCTOIlKlt 14, ISM. the fol
low Ing dcsciibcd list of unclaimed lots
situated In what U known ns Capital
lllll and West Onthile townsttes:
CAPITA I. Illl.l..
Illock 38, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, fi, 0, 7, 8, i, 10. 11,
12. 13, 1 1 and lf.
Illock .t lot 10.
ltlock .Vi, lots il, 10, IT and 18.
Illock 31, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, fl, 0, 7, S, P. 10, 11,
u ml 12.
Illock 32, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, .'., 0, 7, 8, 'i. 10, 11
Illock 27, lots 1,2, 3 and 18.
Illock 40, lot 10.
Illock 41. lots r,, 8, 23 and 21.
Illock .'.', lots 0, in, 23 and 24
Illock. Ml, lots 17 and IS.
Illock r.s, r,. n,7, 8, Hand lo.
Illock 81, lots IS and 10.
Illock 13, lot 12.
Illock 12, lots in and 10.
Illock 02, lot 7.
1 Slock (V), lots 0 and 7.
Illock 77, lot 3.
Sale w Ml take place In front of Victor
nilldliig. on First street, between llarrl
.on and Oklahoma avenue, and will com
mence nt 10 o'clock a. m. and continue
nun dny to day until nil the lots aio sold.
1'ennsof sale, cash Deeds will be pre
pared and delivered at the close of sale.
1. 11. O. IiANIIIIVM,
Trustees Townslte Hoard No. 0.
September 25, 1S'J3.
MONEY TO LOAN!
Houses amd Store
Rooms for Rent.
f you are in need of anything
in our lino we can
YNDS "reFlIsTATE CO,
Hikes Nursery Co,,
A HOME INSTITUTION,
kinds of Trees and Ornamental
Shubbery adapted to
iinall Fruits a Specialty, i
'or Free Price List, send to
W. H. HIKES,
Brick and Stone Work
Will Qlvo careful attention to
Cistern and Chimney Work.
Ofllco at Santa Fe House, 115 So.6th St
Miss Tense Murpliey,
;: FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER,
Has removed to Rooms 7 and S,
over New York Clothing House,
where she will be pleased to meet
all her old customers, and as many
new ones as possible.
I THE BEST WORK GUARANTEED.
Courthouse Bavber Shop
If you want a tirst-clasa Shave
Hair ("ut call ami see us.
C. T, Y1NS0N, Proprietor.
1011 a tioou
cteMid Af. Fasto Dli'a.a r'
Stillwater and Orlando
SH1VELY BROS. & VAN WYCK, Prop's.
First-class livery bams nt Stillwater nnd Orlando. The best of temn m
improved facilities for earrving piiKsenjrer-i between tl.'hj two points. '!
nlways rendy to stni t .it any time in the l.i uiil -eturii nt your pleasiti
The shortesl and quickest route betnee Inlh io nnd Stillwutor ! via r)rlinl.
For Good Sscend Hand Stoves
g . HALSTEA JJ
For IlnriHv ire. (J! e-su.ir.'
tion, and save yoursc.f in.
ney. Terms o.
can have a dollar by trading ut my
.1. McN'KAl,, I'm siih:nt.
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
A. .7. SEAY,
Hoard of Dlieclors In addition to Hank Ofllcers:
IIOllACE Sl'EED, U011T. MAKTIN, HENRY LINN
W. J. HORSTALL, Cashlor.
K. C. Cash Grocery
rir-nAAr. IHvum n-nA
pm ura, riuui aim
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
Finest Bar In Oklahoma Territory.
G- M. BARNES & SON
Will maintain their
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
Fire, Life. Acddent and Tornado Policies Written Immediately Upon Application.
Our accident busine-s embraces
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, STEAM BOILER.
INDIVIDUAL ACCIDENTS, FIDELITY BONDS
Sub-agents wanted throughout the Tciritory. Monty to Loan on im
proved farm or town property. Office in Times Building. Oklahoma Av
JOHN T. BRICK.MER.
Contractor and Builder,
Estimates furnished on lluildings
of all description. Territorial
agnt for U. S. Roof Paint.
Ollica 103 North First Street,
.4 . 1
!' (in..ils i.f every descrip-''nyim-iit
made easy. You
orner Iiarri.sun nnd Division.
(.L). II. Iir.llKloT. Vicn-l'iiKsiuKNi
105 West Ha.-nso
?0 Per Day.fine
What Is tho condition of youra? Is your Iialr dry, o
Iiarsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has it n .
lifeless appearance? Docs It fall out when combed or Js
brushed ? Is it full of dandruff? Docs your scalr- Itch ?
Is It dry or in a licatcd condition? If these are iiome of j,
j oursy mptomsbc warned In time oryoti will become bald. Js
t iSkookumRootHair Grower?
B TiSiIlWX rescurrli. Kuovrtedee of the (llM-aeof tUe hair nnd ncalp Icil to thedlicOT- ir
VSMKin llfMrNf rrmthnv to treat them. "Stookum "contain neither minerals nor oll. It tC
rtf W P.TMT.I JT I.Mnlnllr. !,..( n il.lli.t.,fnlU iww.llni .nil r..f r.h If1f? Tnlllo. Ilr Ollmllla tlfll?
i rtW til
; iff f
ho folllein. II ilom raUlnu
'.' I V Keep thn scalp clein. hcalthr. and free from lrrltAtlnu cniptlnni. tv a
tbe Uso or .Stiwtiim Mm kvap. It J"trura )xml,iIio tniciK, u7iA en .
und.le.trovlhtl.a.r. , .,. ... f... S
;nl I, ! n-l,tot piKt.
per jar. 6Iurt--J.
P7 fiDiitU rifili
EVANS & THOMPSON,
TWO UOOKs NORTH OK UIOI 1 AKUSON'S BANK
pffig3 .8 'I":: "v
Of the Strippers will soon return. If you would avoid the rush
come now and get choice selection from the largest furniture and carpet
emporium in the territory.
SPECIAL UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.
A. J. SPRNGEL.
TdJ Bi &
Meals served in first-class style n4 nil hours. South side
between Tirst nnd Second streets.
DEPUTY DISTRICT 0LEEE.
Conveyances Mado Out,
Filing Papers Drawn.
Keference Capitol National Bank, Guthrie.
EW SETTLERS' GUIDE
Containing the Homestead Law, the President's Proclamation,
Rulings by the Secretary, together with a N'liW MAP OF Til U
CHKROKLU STRIP, Showing the Indian Allotment!., is now-
for sale at all the leading
This is tho Latost and Most Valuablo Work Ever
on the Homestead Law.
l;or terms, address
Guns. : Pistols. : Amunition.
IXL POCKET KIIIVES. SPORTSMEN'S GOODS-
Corner of Harrison Avonue and ivislon Slicet.
niwtrtira of (-
hair, cvrtt damlrxUT and aroviK hair on laid
t rower, SUM per Lottie tot I'M. 8oli,KK. ,
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
Atcuuc, cw York, N. Y.
ike Your Mother
Lowe's , Restaurant.
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