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With that old Coat and Vest
which arc yet too good to
throw away will make the
whole look almost like a new
suit. We have the
stock to select from.
H. L. COHEN,
TAAk nf m,in 1
LiUUfl ftl I II lil '
Says lie runs the best short
order restaurant in Guthrie,
and it must 1 c the truth,
from the way the people fill
up his tables. Kery thing
cooked to order just what
you want, and as much or as
little as you like. Pay for
what you get.
Second St., West Side, Near Harrison.
Sen us Ix'foi e bu lug pNo
wheic. Wo sell by the 100
pounds ton or car load.de
llvpicd to any part of city.
Wo handle the follow lug
IICXHY LI XX, Piop.
AT tih: ICi: PI AXT.
iee Patton's ad.
Attorney Oeorge 1). Orncr returned
from Knid yesterday, which ho has
been doing a big business. Mr. Orncr
was elected president by the bar asso
ciation organized there a few days ago.
He says Paid now has a population of
Everything must go. Auction will
continue until stock is closed out. R.
T. Pattern & Co.
"The Ilight of a Sinner to Pray"
w ill be the subject of the sermon at
the M. V.. church South this morn
ing. Itev Wimbcrly will preat i.
F. H. Lillie & Co., have received
their invoice of dolls for tho holiday
trade and they will be on exhibition
about Xovcmbcr 1, in tlie Victor
buildintr, corner Harrison and First
street They promise the ladies and
little folks a treat, a.v tho display will
surpass anything ever shown in the
Forty five thousand dollar auction
sale. II T. Patton .t Co.
Fop, It km One commodious six
room house close to the Catholic
elur-h with cellar, stable, buggy
shed, wood shed and a good well. Kent
vivy cheap. Address lock box 153.
A I.lve Firm.
The linn of James & Kobertson, res
ident ageuts of the Trader.' Insurance
company of Chicago, III., Is doing a
good business in the new rooms in the
Gray llros.' bulldingon Division street
'I'ho gentleinen cojnnqsing tls firm
fire vyjdp aiyakc and ieservesip:ccs
Overcoats at Patton's.
For entertainment, edlllcation, good
music, go to the M. Ii church South
If you want paints or wall paper,
call on Lillie A Co. Sec ud elsewhere
in tins paper.
Everything must go. Auction will
continue until block is closed out li
T Patton & Co.
Candies by the barrel, the finest ob
tainable, at Ld's bakery.
Hats and underwear ut Patton's.
Hoar the singing at the M.ri church
WHEELS IN HIS HEAD,
JOHN FOX'S CUNNINO PROVED
, TO BE INSANITY.
Chanced Willi Slcallntt Uomm anil round
Loose In lilt Umli, llox-I.nul, I.e.
lto) Conilrtnl (Itanil Jrry
mm tnnti naincu John Po was untight
into distrln pmnl vi.et.,.-.!.,.. .... ,i...
plinrtm ,-,t c.ii,. i i . I
charge of stealing horses In two cases.
Judge Urocn was his attorney. While I
being examined Vox showed signs of '
being loose in tho upper story, and in-1
stead of being tried on the charge for I
"! TX.OLlal(l 1111 till"'
which lie was arrested, ho was ad-
;.,,i,.,i i.,o i .. .1 i ,
judged Insane by the jury, lie will be
taken to the asylum at Jacksonville,
i.k noY rouM) orn.TY.
The juiy in the case of Louis Le Itoy
brought in a verdict yesterday, .hiding
him guilty of grand larceny and plac
ing the vu no of the property stolen by
him at S31.". I.e. Itoy was concerned In
a patent paint racket with a man
named l'aulkncr, and in selling astute
right to an unsophisticated man,
managed to rob him of a team of
mules. Through his nttorneys I.o Itoy
has Hied a motion for a now trial.
INSPIX'TH) Till, .i.wt.
Ill accordance with the provisions of
ie law the grand jury inspected the
county jail yesterday morning. Sev-'
eral improvements were recommended j
in the way of plastering the building ,
and providing batli tubs for the prls-
oners. As far as Sheriff Painter was I
concerned they found nothing amiss
in ills management of the bastllc.
I'll j ilrHl Culture for Wmncn unil I In- i:n t
r tlie IIIr I'iiIik.
Now tliat tlie world's fair is seeing
its last days, attention is directed to
the mid-winter fair which is being
worked up in that sure but snbitan-
tl'll Ittntinni i1ttft)i n1imrwitiiHl nu I t ..
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pcopie oi mat nospuauie state, ue
shall soon hear of great things on the
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auujvci., mm in.jiiui us wnu ncrj inti
IWrt rt fnn lil.c v t rn tl Im.ti t r cm. I
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the sights at the white cty may have ,
a chance to see a large number of the
exhibits and much more .it .S.ui Frail'
I cisco. Tracl is a great educator, and
I tlie effects of these two expositions
1 upon the pcopie will be Impossible lo
ii......ni 0..ii f,. , I....1 it '
i hi i vui kiiiiuiv "i iniiiirii nun ibi
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origin as a science an 1 art at Host in, .
and 'n that city it lias long ago become I
a part of llio regular public s.'hool ed-1
ucation. One of the largest dry goods
lcrchants there arrunged at his own
expense to give an hour's practice each
day of physical culture work to the ,
girls of his establishment There are '
morn than one hundred girls in his
employ. The act was certainly hu-j
mane Any one with the least sym
pathy must pity the girls who clerk in I
fie large stores of our cities. Thoir
hardships are really terrible. They
are seldom allowed to use an elevator,
and cash girls ery young in years,
carry heavy packages until one would
think their backs would break. Physi
cal culture helps theso girls by de
veloping other parts of the body not
generally exert ised.
One school to: physical culture in
iloslon sent a car-full of picked girls
to the world's fair to advurtisa tlie
system. The subject is attracting
In Xew York city the inteiest is
great. At the Hcrkcy ladles' athletic
club there ure now .175 members. It is
the only women' nthletlc club in the
world, and it is superbly fitted for all
modern calisthenle exercises. There
are plunge, swimjiing and needle
baths. Among the new features are
classes for mature women who desire
ilight exercise. There are also classes
for the reduction of fat.
Dr. Mary Hisscll, tho medical di
rector, favors wheeling for women,
nnd large numbers of women take
lessons there. There are hundreds
nud hundreds of female bicyclists to
be seen on the smooth paved streets
of Xtnv York, and Is is a grand thing
particularly for those who live In
close, crowded quarters and are em
ployed many hours during the day.
Hrooitlyn, which Is often spoken f
as the "bedroom of JSewiork, be
cmiso such a vcrv largo per cent of its
residents s'.ccp there and do business
across the bridge, Is each year becom-,
Ing more and more desirable as a j
home, llesides being acity of cliurch-
es. a fact which naturally attracts n
moral class of people, it is becoming
noted as a illy of parks. Prospect
park is tlie lurgest and most noted. In
size and beauty it rivals Central park.
and in some features excels It In j
one part is the flower garden, where
the display of brilliant blossoms is not
equaled in the United States, except ,
in California, where, of course, cli
matic peculiarities favor luxurlancttpf
vegetation. Theie are three vast beds
of cactus and many beds with all the
old-fashioned tlowers, such as inarri
gold, coxcomb and he lkc. There
pip hundreds qf bpds of colors, whore
Jhp iplqd work js vpry artistic and tho
same plant Is used to mako a stairs
carpet with alternate stripes of red
nnd green and a regular red pattern
down tho center. Thero aro acres
and acres of free lawn utid woods.
The Hrooklyn pari: commissioners are
to have planted 539 now tree in Pros
pect park alone und have especially
Imported 05,000 tulips from Holland.
The latter arc of the Jaost Yon Han-
del variety and aro to be distributed ) ' ran away on Oklahoma avenue last
In carpet-llkc beds. There aro two i evening and caused quite acommo
nnw rmrlts in nrcnaiatiou ill Hrooklyn. t'n- T unhnuls rau until they
which are to be in tnagnltiicut condi- rluluc" w,u -i o tracus. wucro i Klnglisiier nieu articles oi incorpora
tion by summer, their progress was checked by box ' uon in the secretary's ofllco yesterday
-- cars. Xo damage was done. ' with a capital of aO.OOtt
Everything must go. Auction will -
nnniimiH until sIolL )s closed out E Forty-five thousand dollar auction' 1-orty live thousand dollar auction
T. Patton & Co.
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
Thr llnppcnliic of n Day raltlifiillr
Hnlf tliollUflcMi l heir to
Wouldn't renll be so Imil,
If wo din nominal theieto
Add the ills it ncwrhail.
Mrs. K. I Coylc, after visiting Mr.
A. .). Corkln ti fen i cells litis gone to
reside nt Perry.
Miss Virginia Tucker, a young and
promising teacher of Oklahoma City,
is the guest of Mrs I'ev. .1. M. (Irecne.
Two nierrvgo-rounds, a ilrunucn
cowboy nnil 0 ,lan,i 'orKnn, mm,0
life one perpetual round of pleasure
'or "10 small boy en Harrison avenue
!' ' Lyons returned yesterday
lrom LniraK nlm u,e ,nlr- ,M "ns ,n
the push on Chicago day and rode to
lhc Jalr Bro,imB on the roof of a cable
car. "i no 1-orris wiieci looit in sia.uuu
on Chicago day.
Probate Judge Kaulkner Is down
from Pawnee, lie says the now town
has u population of Sou.
A large burly man contributed Slfi
to the city colters yesterday for an in
Attorney Thomas came in from
Porrv last evening to spend Sunday-
The electric lights playet) hide and
seek as usual lust night, much to the
annoyance of pedestrians. O, what a
Mr. It. S .loll n so n arrived last
night from Topcka to lcslde.
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Vl,st..r.lnvfrmii lvlntrflsln.r. wlur lie
has been engaged in "investigating."
'"-' w""" return there to-morrow and
wl" l'robab,' remain all week,
'" '" lhtrtrlin of Centralis, 111., is in
U1L tlL-v '"""'"K Ior ""-" "u,,ls-
I The remains of John Greenwoy. the
boy who was killed at the Capital of-
I flee, were taken to the country Priday
evening ami laid io rest.
Professor Patrick, principal of the
Tocumseh schools, was in the city yes
terday, lie reports an enrollment of
A tabernacle with a capacity of fi.OJO
Is to be built at Oklahoma City for the
Sam Jones no 'tings.
Judge. Amos Orcen of Oklahoma City
passed through Outline yesterday en
r!mtc l? l-otilvilli., Ky . being called
there by the sudden death of his
A ,i nlil ii, nn tininml .Inline ,.nc
Jll.TL i""? TXSl
at Oklahoma City yesterday and
T. A. Connor, agent of the Wells
Fargo express company at Oklahoma
Ci'y, was in town yesterday en rjute
t) Jacksonville. 111., where he will
wed Miss Helle Seott.
'" imp oouy oi ,i. i, .-sievens oi ji.u-
"is, I eu,w ho was murdered at Perry
.',iday, were found a draft for PICO
drawn on a Topeka bank and Slt35 in
Attorney J. C. Iloflus was held un
and robbed of S20 at Perry Frldi y
J. C. Hoberts of Kingfisher is in the
J. C. MeKean and G. W. IJoss are
here from St Louis.
T. M Deal of Wichita is a visitor in
L 1 Weaver of Dallas, Texas, is do
ing businchs in town.
T. C. Itubey of Clii-ksvllle, Tenn , is
viewing the liieen city.
James (leary of Oklahoma City is
here taking in the beauties of a live
Croty of Topeka is here.
Dr. W 13 Furrow is entertaining ills
old friend, licit ll.int.i of Lima, Ohio.
Miss Lillie James has returned to LI
Heno, after a pleasant visit with Miss
Mrs. Ida Smoker of Anthony, Kan.,
is visiting Mrs. Jacob Douglass.
T. O. Itisley left last evening for
Council Hluffs, Iowa, to make Repub
Over forty wagon loads of cotton
were marketed l.i tills city yestorday
James Pcttlgrew was nrrested by
Constable Itoss last evening on the
stealing a cur dog from William Pol
lock. i Mrs. (leorge Gray will henceforth
I sing in tlie Kplscopai church choir.
A. C Crouk and F. H. Hoyt were
I here from Chandler yesterday.
1 J II. Hilton, Hnrry Decker. Henry
Flynn, II J. Miller and I. II. Stillman
came down from Perry lust evening.
Mrs. I). C. Wilcox of Kmporia, Kan.
is visiting Mrs. 1. J. Heilman.
Kec Patton's ad.
Ali'itlirr .Strip Victim.
Will Oraw ford of Xorman Is nt the
point of death. Ho inadu tho run into
tlie sM-ip nnd returned home sick. He
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"as since ueen u..-iuasc win a icver
that has finally brought him to death's
pi,c great sensation of tlie season is
K. T. l'atton .V Ca's auction. , Forty
the thousand dollars' worth of new
i .....I .1 ..? hi. 1 ,1 ,. .liifT In l.i i.ln.itil .. .
illlll HCillllimJ niiiu ,w iiuncu Milt
for just wiial it win bring. Mills is a
wonderful opportunity for thq citizens
of Guthrie and surrounding country,
as this is the season of the year that
everybody needs goods. Dally auc
tion sales will be mnde now until the
sto.-k is closed out
A llurtl Wintir.
Tlie Oklahoma inuskrat Is building
hls omiaiW yMi nusttl caro
season and the groundhog Is making
his subterranean galleries deeper than,
ever, nil of which betokens, a Yin,te
of unprp ed.ented severity.
Odd pants at Patton's.
(I noil Mimic.
If you enjoy lino churjh music go to
tho M. II church, -South, today. Mrs.
Kuiuseywill sing a sola Mrs. J. J.
Holm will have charge of tho organ.
Don't full to see K. T. Patton &Co.'s
ad in litis itsne.
A team of ponies attached to a wag-
, sale. li T Pattou A Co.
A RUSH ROYAL
JOHNSON DDOS. MAMMOTH DRY
Kvcry llrp'irtmrnt l'llled Willi UrUtit
New (liHiiU-KiilrriirUlne.'Urri hunt
Mho llmo Come lo llutli
rle to stay.
Among tin: many ontorpi'lslng
liouscs of which (luthrle lioasls Is
that of the Hush, situated tit ISO OVltt
homa avenue nnd owned by Johnson
The ltusli Is all that its nnme im
plies rushing and strictly up with the
The proprietors came to this city
last May and purchased Little llros.'
stock. They concluded to remain In
Outhrle, and with that end in view
sold out all the old good), refitted tlie
building and put in a new and fresh
line of dry goods.
Mr. It. t Johnson, the gentlemanly
manager of the llrm, has moved his
family to the capital city und will
share her fortunes
A visit to the ltusli will fully con
vince anyone that the store is metro
politan in every particular. Dry goods
arc handled exclusively, and every
department of the emporium Is re
plete with coins of the latest patterns,
novelties and hII those articles of ap
parel which tend to make glad the
heart oi the housewife.
The different departments, too, are
presided over by alTablc and compe
tent salespeople who spare no pains
in catering to the wants of the pat
rons. That the Hush has already grown
into popular favor among tho best
pcopie of the 1R3' Is attested by the
great amount of business transacted
every day. The store Is generally
filled with customers, who in every
case get just what they want
Manager Johnson is an intelligent,
pushing and enterprising business
man, nnd he herewith extends a cor
dial Invitation to the people of Okla
homa to visit i lie Hush. To use a
P' ' -t. the Hush isstrict-
fa-,1'!'1 t'10 push nnd is considered the
leading dry goods
emporium in the
Hals and underwear at P.itton's.
A Mill) rrttril on a I'll irRi lor lil li lie
Hud Srrifd u Srutrni c.
Deputy Marshal Sevorns brought in
u prisoner named llrown from Hcd
Hock yesterday and lodged him in jail.
The culprit is charged with stealing
SluO in cash and ten watches.
Theo. Harvey, n whisky seller, and
S. C. Johnson, charged with stealing
105 bushels of corn in the Osage coun
try, were brought to the city yester
day by Marshul Lillie. Johnson, upon
Investigation, was found to have been
arrested last year on the same charge,
to which he pleaded guilty and served
si. months in jail. lie win released
and allowed to go home.
Everything must go. Auction will
continue until stock is closed out. L.
T. l'atton & Co.
WNTim Second hand show cases
at the Hivjket store. '-'70-at
Ladies, see that elegant new line of
stationery at F. H. Lillie ,1 Co.'s.
Hats and underwear at Patton's.
For a good shave, hal r cut or sham
poo, go to Towers llros., artistic bar
bers, 111), South Second street, oppo
site postoftlce. Good work guaranteed'
Go nnd sec that tine display of fruits
ut I-d's bakery, 111 Harrison avenue.
Lvcrything must go. Auction will
continue until stock is closed out 13.
T. Putton & Co.
I'onpln Who 1'at.
Will find all kinds of game, sucli as
quail, squirrel, rabbit, prairie chicken
and fresh oysters and fish, served in
tlie bpst style at Win. Lowe's restau
The bascmwnl under Lillie's drug
store will be for rent after Xovember
1. The best location for a barbershop
in tho city.
Overcoats nt Patton's
Wtt Not CoiitiiBlaim,
A story Is told of a lady M-hool
toa-herln this city, who having an in
ordinate dread of contagious diseases,
sent u little girl home because she said
her mother wns sick and had symptoms
of something alarming. T he next day
the little girl pposfcntcd herself nt
school with her linger in her mouth
und her little bonnet swinging by the
string and said: "We'so got a Uttle
baby at our house, but niumtna told
me to tell you that It Isn't catchln'."
The teacher blushed slightly, said she
was very glad and told the pupil to
take her scat
To tlm Clothing lliijcm.
See II T. Patton A. Co.'s new over
coats and tailor-madu square-cut su(ts,
This is positively tho finest Une that
has ever been brought to Uutnrie.
We aro sure the swpll plotlilnir pcopie
of this village this year. Our stock Is
full of SX S.T. and $30 suits uud thoy
must be sold for whatthuy will lirin;
llroum Corn ItiiUlnir.
Tho broom corn crop in Oklahoma
this year Is un excellent one, but tho
price is very low. Ilroom corn grow
ers of experience advise tho farmers
to hold their stock for a higher price.
Mr. Pal lady, who makes broom corn
raising and the manufacture of brooms
his solo business, predicts that the
price will reach SCO or 870 before spring
it Is now only about $30.
Odd pants at Patton's.
A Xrw Mill Company.
Oklahoma mill company of
, sale. B 1 Patton .t Co.
It will pay you to sec
The Largest Stock,
Our store is replete
Boys. It's to
From us. Wc can, we will, we do give the
money. Come and see us if you want the
your dollar developed to the fullest extent.
Ovorcoats at Patton s.
Mimt Sfiriit Schools.
On the part of relators S. W. Deeds
and W I) Kverett, Attornoy P. T.
Ilalnur yesterday hroughtsuil to com
pel the directors of Hear Creek town
ship, district No. 1, to provide separate
schools in that district.
Poriv-flve thousand dollar auction
sile. 11 T. Patton ,t Co.
Kaylor t Strador have tills day dis
solved partnership by mutual consent,
Kuylor has removed the dry goods to
his old stand on east Oklahoma avenue
S trader remaining at the old stand
with u coihplete stock of staple and
fancy groceries All outstanding bills
payable to S. A. Strudcr.
.September .', 18U3.
W. II. Kai.uk.
H. A. Stiiaiikk.
P. S. Thanking our patrons for
past favors I solicit your continued
patronage. H. A. StuaI)i:u.
Hals and underwear at Patton's.
The best races in the territory at
Oklahoma City, October '.'flth, !.'7th and
Plastered dwelling, wood work
finished in hard oil and good well of
water, at No. 113 Noble avenue. Price
per month, SI.r. Apply to Kcsler, No.
J01 Division street north. Sldtf
everything must go. Auction will
contluuo until stock is closed out 1-.
T. l'atton X Co.
Miss Mary I.ou Hrooku wishes music
pupils either on piano or orgau. Call
on or address -111 Hast Noble avenue.
Heferences: Itev. C W. Tyler und
Odd pants nt Patton's.
Dr. riirriugton, homeopathic physi
cian nnd surgeon, speriallst women's
diseases and rectal diseases. Latest
methods for the cure of chronic and
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
lion from business. P.lectrlclty Jr.
some of its forms cures some cases
where nil other means fall. Calls tc
acute cases nnswercd day or night
Ollico over Spengel's furniture store.
Ovei coats at l'atton' s.
Mrs. A. V. Kaundor& nrcftunts to the
lr.dics of (Juthrlc- and vicinity ono of
tho finest displays of millinery ever
shown in tho territory. To know
what is tho latest in fall and winter
lnlllinerv it will bu necessary for you
to call at her store. Sho also does
stumping of all kinds 236tf
Supreme Court llxiiott.
Hound conies of ihe first volume of
Oklahoma Supreme Couit reports can
be had upon application to KJgar
Jones, territorial imrarian.
Kortv-fivo thousand dollar auction
sale, li T Pattm &. Co.
I'ivo hundred baskets of New York
Concord grapes just received at Ed's
bakery, Uii Harrison avenue.
Hats und underwear at Patton's.
Williamson btasro Co,
Stage leases Guthrie daily at 7 a.
m. via Partridge, Carney & Spere;
arrives at Chandler at 4 p. m
Leaves Chandler daily at 7 a. m.,
arrives at Guthrie at 4 p. m. Office
at Gus Rhoads' cigar store.
3E"ox- Your Xxjvtrjst.
us and look through
with fall and winter garments for Men and
your interest, it is money in your pocket
make your purchases in
Hats and Gents'
DEPUTY DISTEICT CLEEK.
Conveyances Made Out,
Filing Papers Drawn,
Reference Capitol National
JOHN T. BRICKNER,
Contractor and Builder,
Estimates furnished on Iluildings
of all description. Territorial
agent for U. S. Roof Paint.
Office 109 North First Street.
Grand Avenue Hotel,
The English Kitchen,
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST in the CITY.
Rates $1.25 Per Day. Board Reasonable
FOIl A GOOD
Cleveland At. East cl Dlilslon St.
our stock. Wc will
greatest value for your
purchasing power of
Rates $2 Per Day.
Tlieso are tlm best grades of Soft
Coal. Uuy now as priecs will advance
Leonard & Co.
Harrison Avenue. One block west
of Depot. Telephone 50ft.