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1'as'cnRcrs should' procure tlckots bo-
1'as'cnRcrs should' pr
forocottliiK on the train
Tho Loader Blndoryla onoof
tho best Institutions of tho
kind In tho West and Is daily
turnlntrout largo quantltlos of
work. Send in your orders for ;
binding and blank books and
thoy will bo promptly at
NtlTICK TO AnVKKTISKUS.
Copy for display advertisements in
Tiik Lkauku lujst hereafter be in the
ofllco by" o'clock p. m. to insure in
sertion in I he paper of tho following
morning. Parties having new ads or
changes will please remember this and
govern themselves accordingly.
Tub forthcoming message will tell
t all in a sttalghtforwnrd manner.
McKixi.ey is down cast telling them
the cause the people know tho re
The city should havo drainage sys
tcmatic drainage before another year
It is hoped that tlio missionaries In
Hono mlu will not be eaten up with
their hymn books.
GcTimiK has no really destitute
people at least the commissioners
have failed to find them.
Hktwekx the Ferris wncol puzzle
and the foot ball games, tho country
is having a surfeit of excitement.
Poor old Kansas ! Her crack foot
ball team was vanquished Saturday by
Ann Arbor, and Mrs. Lease is still
Tun mercury will fall clear out of
the bulb when Guthrie gets left. Hut,
at the same time, work fur tho museum
Tin: Courier is the name of a neat
new paper which has just mado its bow
at Ponca City. It is exlitcd by lllon L
Hutchings and Elbert W. Iloyt,
AcroitniNO to the astronomers win
ter does not begin until December 21
and there seems to have, been a mlstuke
all over the land in the last few days
Tiik conflict over World's l'uii
awards by exhibitors is simply awfu
The meetings of thr lady board ot
managers palo into significance besidt
1L Drnixo thtf Harvard-Yalu foot ball
game, asuuniny, in which l ale w-as
victorious, as usual, lire men were
seriously hurt. Naturally, it was a
Ho.NOltAllI.K Al.LK.V U. Tlll'IIMAN, the
"Old ltoman" of tho Ohio Democrats,
has just celebrated his eightieth birth-
cay. He did not feel ablo to go out
and voto this year.
Ct.AiiK and son, the lottery fakirs, at
Oklahoma City, have dismissed the
libel suit against the Times-Journal.
Thoy did not caro to havo testimony
introduced into court as to the charac
ter of tho concern.
The Ore (lend is onco more in opera
tion. 1'Vllowlng close- on the heels of
the Detroit holocaust, a tiro ut; Colum
bus, Ohio, does millions of dollars
damage and destroys the homo of
Tiiiiek weeks beforo Ills death,
Gounod sent to the shrine of Lnretto,
in Italy, three sacred compositions,
which will be produced on the 1,100th
anniversary of the basilica. These
were Gounod's last works.
Somk time blue Mr. Ifoosevelt had
an interesting article ui a leading
magazine undor the hold of "itig
Game in the West" A few days ago
Mr lloosevelt baggod a fine covey of
letter-carriers in Topeka. His article
MAEEIAGE AND FEDEEAL
Married women aro popularly sup
posed to havo husbands to support
them, and, as a consequence, they ore
not commonly employed in the gov
ernment service any more than they
are in the public schools. It appears
that there are several cases at Wash
ington in the Department of the In
terior, where both husband and wife
hold olllce. There is no rule of the de
partment to prevent this, but there is
strong opposition to It in high olllcial
circles. It is looked upon as bad policy.
Married women, It is supposed, nre
provided for by their husbandc The
places which they hold might bo filled j
with widows or unprotected women. I
who would bo juat no cfllclont R
clorUs; In ono oJ tlio illvinlons tlier.
was iv woman who averaped dally ?40
pages of work. Near her wcro two,
women, ono married, the other not.'
They wcro of equal nullity. Knch
averaged nbout sixty-eight pages per
diem One hnd to bo reduced in order
that tlio clork of greatest ctllclcucy
might bo promoted. Tlio matron was
thcvletlm. Somo opposition was hiadc
to tills nrrangcniciit by tho Inlliiencc"
of the reduced elcrlt, and tho answer
was mado by tho department that tht
married woman was most nblo to bear
reduction. The supposition thai mar
ried women arc always provided for
by their husbands, is by no means, al
ways true. Not unfrequently do they
havodtunkards, whoba'-o to bo sup
ported. When such a wifo has child
ren, and, It rany be, aged parents or
other rclntlvcs to care for, she is In a
condition vastly worso than Is that of
an unmarried woman. This is so com
monly tho enso that women may well
think twlen beforo marrying, and
above nil, resolve never to marry a
drunkard to reform him.
NOT THE HARMLESS KIND.
Ono lunatic Who is not a "harmless
crank" has been discovered. He is
Cicorjre McNoun, lntc of the Topeka
inhane asylum. He has escaped from
custody, and armed wIlli a full line of
knives, razors, bottles oi
kerosene and other Implements of de
struction, ho is spreading terror
throughout Shnwnco county. .McNoun
Is dangerous, of course, but ho Is not
half lo deadly as tho "harmless crank,"
who goes about laughed at by every
one until ho finally selects n victim
and kills him. Every one is on the
lookout for tho crank of the McNoun
type. No one is safe against thce
like Prendegrast unless they aro sum
marily locked up the moment they be
gin to jabber crazy threats and non
sense. YALE-WINS-AS USUAL.
rinnanl lleaten kr a Score of'C tu O In
the Aiinunt Clitme.
Si'RlNonr.LT), Mass., NoY. 27 A
nioro perfect day for the annual foot
ball game between tho young giants
of Harvard and Yalo couldjnot bo
found. At least 23,000 people from
all parts of the East went to Hamp
den park to enjoy tho contest. Among
them were Governors Morris of Con
necticut, Mclvinlcy of Ohio and Hus
sell ot Massachusetts. Yalo won by a
score of 0 to 0 nfter a most exciting
SUICIDE UNDER AN ENO.INE.
A St. l'nul GurmHii KUltnr anil Toll
tlclnu Kii.lt 11U Life Ilorrlh'y.
Sr. Pauu Minn., Nov. 27. Albert
Woll, until recently editor of
tho SU Paul Daily Volks Zeltung,
and a prominent German Dem
ocrat, threw himself in front of an
engine in tho Union depot thl: after
noon. His body was so badly mangled
it was somo time before it was identi
fied. Despondency over failure to so
curo a government appointment is
given as tlio probablo cause.
THE CARLIN PARTY ALL RIGHT
I'ouiict on n Turk of thr C'lenmutrr III
Montuiiii Onljr Onn l.ott.
Pokti.axii, Ore, Nov. 27. Brigadier
General W. P. Curliu sent to the As
sociated press to-day tho following
dispatch just received by him 'from
Ueutennnt Charles P. Klllott of ho
Fourth cavalry dated November 22.
Kalis ot North Fork of Mldcllo Kork of
Clearwater Carltn pirtv found on rucr to
day t nrlln, Spencer, Pierce, HlmmelwAxlit
oru well. Colvato lont Kelly joined them In
mountain), yill vorlc down rl er by boat.
l'rlure IlliiutroU 1'uU Out it lire.
I'liniiKHiciisiiuiiK, Nov. 27. A Are
broke out in a room of Princo Ills
marck'h chateau yesterday as a result
of a defect In tho heating apparatus
The flames wero speedily quenched by
the servants under tho supervision of
tho prince himself.
A QUTHRIE FIRM
C'niiK't tlm Arrmt of Kv-Cuiimil l.lltlo at
Kanhah Cut, Nov. 27. While Hon
orable I'M. C Little, ex-consul to Cairo,
Kgypt, was blithely shouting ''rock
chalk, jawhawk" at Falrmount park
yesterday afternoon, ho was tapped
on tho shoulder by a deputy sherilT
and papers served 0:1 him in a case
brought by llurnham, llaunu, M linger
.t Co., on notes aggregating S2,t2A.
The suit was filed by attorneys for
tho linn yesterday afternoon. Novem
ber '.Mi. lsl2, Little executed three notes
for 8970 each in favor of the tlrm. The
notes wero given as security for dry
goods purchased by a linn at (iuthiie
in uhtch Little is interested. The
notes wero past diw and tho dry goods
firm took advantage cf Little's pres
ence at the foot ball game to bring
suit and secure service.
POPE LEO IN BAD HEALTH.
Making rrepimeluut for the Election of
London, Nov. ST Tkure have been
numerous false alarms from the Vat
ican during tho past few years, but
this timo preparations aro being sori
oiuly mado for the election of a new
pope. While still ab c to get about
and take part spiringly 111 public
functions, Leo XIII has visibly fallen
into the stago of scnilo decay which
the physicians do n t believe can last
until March. His hold on life at best
is a matter 0 mouths.
llcatll In tile I'lulllr.
Kansas C'itv, Kan., Nov. 27. The
home of .Simpson Harrison, colored,
at No. 313 Now Joreuy ayenue, was
destroyed by lire at 3 o'elock yester
day afternoon, and his two grand
children. Kov Lucas, agod 3ycars. and
James Ktcliaru iMlilams, aged '.' years,
were uurneil to death in the ruins.
The Gysuui Valley State bar
dypsum, Saline county. Kan
beeu chartered. Its capital stock
Thrco room houso west of liroad.
, ItuitMNOAMi-u SOS-tu-th-sat-tf
A Cuttle Thief. ,
Jesse Townsend was brought In i
from tho 0ago country, yesttrday by I
Morris Mallly. on tho charge of cattle I
HOLD A MEETING.
homo liilrrmtlng l'liper limit
rr IMccti'd Tor tint l'imiln(,'
The Oklahoma Horticultural soeloty
hold an itituro&tlug mooting on Satur
day at Oklnhoma City. Tho attend
ance was qlilte lnrgo and ovory mem
ber present tnanifosled mueh interest
In the proceedings. The society Is nuw
nnd through Its Inllucuco horticultural
matters in tlio territory will be ma
terially oenelltod. A numbor of Inter
esting paper were rond ralativo to
fruit growing nnd ablo addiosscs were
dullvured by Messrs. Grlustead, Wor
cester, llernardln, Dr. Noal, Professor
Waugh, Dr. MeKInney and others
The meeting closed with tho selection
of the following olllcers nnd commit
tees to sorvc during the coming year
UFI'IC'l.lt AMI COMMITTKHS.
President, G P Grlinteiid. Nnhlo.
Vice-President, W II t'nmplxdl, Or
lando. Secretary. J S Sonlu. Onlhrtc.
Treasurer, C McKlnnoy, Noriii.ni.
I'Ol'NTV 'ICK l'llK.inill.VTS.
Illainc. .1 M Itlcc WlnnevlcM.
Ckila..ii, Win llnrnctM. I.evlniitoii.
I-ognii. K M Co, Guthrie.
Pii up. K A WiiiikIi, Stillwater.
Lincoln..! C Fletcher, (handler.
Oklahoma. V A McNabli, Oklahoma
Nomeiichituie and New Knilts Prof V
A Waugh. Win Hntiiesx.
Or.-hiirdliiK -.lulluti White, William
VeKetnlile Gai'deiilim Dr .1 C Neal.
Grape Giowhur -G P Griuitoad.
Piiostry and l.andscupe Gaidenlni
Pi of FAVnugli.
Itotiinr and Vegetable Physloloiry
Prof K Dellarr.
Kiitiiiiinliigy Dr J C Neul.
Small Trulls- Mr Sweet.
FIoiloulture--Mrs Wiintliiiid, Mrs (' A
Transport iitlnii"Mrs Alklie.
Gi-olocj and Soils PiofG I. Walter.
l-eRlsliftlon-A .1 Sea, .1 S Soule. W II
Iron MIimti MllltTlnc.
Df.tiioit, Mich , Nov. 20. The clos
ing down of tho iron mines in the
upper peninsula has tin own thousands
of men out of emoloymcut tistlnuitos
rantrc all tho wav from 10,000 to In. 000
and cause I great destitution. Gov
ernor itich has invl ed the ma ors of
all the principal cities in Michigan,
and leading men from tlio upper pen
insula tu meet in Detroit Monday af
ternoon and take some action toward
relieving tlio distress.
Chnmplon Willi; Mint lillfiiril Arrrtted.
Iniiianapams, Ind, Nov. 27. II D.
Fulford, of llocltester, N. Y., chain'
plon wing shot, having in charge the
constructlt.u of the lines of the Long
Distance Telephone company, with
temporary headquarters in this city,
Js under arrest at Syracuse, N. Y.,
charged with embezzlement.
Jonloimy CniiAca 'a Dentil.
Cr.txioN, Mich., Nov. 'J7. Dow
Drapor. an ex-deputy shcrllf of l.ena
wee county nnd a well known cltlzuu
was shot and killed by Farm 'rdeorgo
Conger at tho hitter's lesidcnce near
here last ilght. Conger then com
mitted sulcidu by the same meaus.
Jealousy was tho cause.
Crrrilun and rlt.liiimmii .Mutrliril.
Nkw Yohk, Nov. 37. Colonel Hop
kins, the backer of Dan Creedon, the
Australian champion, and Itob Fltz
Simmons' representative havo signed
articles for a. match between the men.
It Is likely the Duval club of Jackson
ville, l'la., will secure the mutch.
To Wed Annik (limlil.
Jniiiaxavoms, Ind., Nov. 57. Mr.
Joseph Kastman, a sou of Dr Joseph
Bastman, tho distinguished surgeon of
this city, has received in tho last few
days a lottor from Mr. Woodrulf, in
which ho stated that ho is engaged to
marry Miss Anna tiould.
Prices wcro quoted nt the close in follows:
No - hard ulioat 5.'o No 2 harxt ulmot,
Mo: No. 4 lianl wheat. Wo rejoctoj
hint wlioat, 4Si(v. No. '.' rtsl wlioat, M40.
No 3 red wheat, MitiS'ic No 4 rwl wheat. O
Coin Sold rnthcV slowly nt yesterday's
prli-us Thcro wcro rather lllwral odcrlngs
and Uomuiid wuh rather kIow Some duulurs
wcro predlctliiir lowur prlcoo next ueoi Kx
port bid were ic lilehcr at-llio NvwOrloins
hut thoy were relatliety lowor than tho looul
prlca Itficulpu of corn to day, Si cure a jour
ago il cari. No '4 mixed corn Mild
at SOo: No. 3 nilxutl, VJ',o .Vo i
tnlxodiWo- noBrmlo. .'7n.'!io No S wliltu, 30'(
No. 3 white. 30c. No. 1 white. Wc. hhtp
xrs bid 3140 Miilslppt rher for No Scorn
and the namo for No i white corn No i
mixed wan quoted nominally u Xc MamphU
and No. S white the same .shipper utilise
rhcr for No 1 1 rn, year Hbtpment
KANSAS CI V
Kansas City, Mo. Nov ST Cuttle-Ke-rolpts,
3.1M. nthw, WVJ shipped yiMIerdty,
cattle, 3,1 1 J, ouhe 13 The murkel una dull
half fat steers Ilk; lower cow week to Ilk
lower feeders artlie uteady. che, bull
and Toxun rattle uncbamed
Drewsed beef and shipping kteer. U 6J"U
cowii und heifer. I3h(3 Texa and In
dlnn steer, ti .-b ti &0 Tex anil Indian
w, f-1 WiiSO ktockeri and f cedem 1 J l& j,
XOty,: Mixed. I lc.V
lloiss KccelpK .161-1 ihlpped yelerdar
iX. The market ;. 1. 10 hi her cloata
easy with most of tie train loet The
Jop w:u Ii and bulk of a lies H.SU to ISH
9gtnt (A 15 to tfi JJ ctorday
hheeu-Ke.t-ipU S khlpiiod vnaterdu
The market wa 4 ilei and 1 tichuimd.
I.iuiK Shorty In Hoc.
Long Shorty, othorwiso known as
Pri 'O Wilson, was brought down from
IVrry yesterday by Sheriff Painter, on
an old thargo of disturbing the pence
of this city. He gave bond and was
Mld-Coln Heating Stoves
SPENCER HARDWARE CO
115 Second Street, Opposite PoetoffFce,
BRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
DON'T THROW YOUR MONJJY AWAY
JP- B. IaILaLJR & OO.
Drug, Book" and News Depot.
Wc expect to occupy that large, elegant room in the new Victor block
about November t, and in order to reduce our Wall Paper and Paint
stock will make special prices on these goods di ring the remainder ol
this month that will surprise you. e keep the largest stock of school
books and school supplies in the city. I' me Pel fumes and Toilet goods
Terrltort il Tfiichern AHHoelrttlnn
The annual meeting of tho Terri
torial Teachers' Association will bo
hold nt Oklnhoma City December 27,
2S and 30. 1SU3.
This promises to be the most Im
port nut and most interesting meeting
hold In the territory. ,
Among the questions to be solved
nre the following: "Problems that
Confront lT." "How Can We Host
Combine Knowledge Getting and Dis
cipline," "Impediments to tlio Hoy's
Success in School, " "I'sc and Abuse of
Text-books." "Do Wo Teach Pupils to
Study?" "The Toucher," etc
Among those who will take part in
tlioso pnpe.'i and. discussions are Dr.
Neul and Prof. Magruder, ot tho agri
cultural college: Prof. Wlnnns, of the
normal school; Profs. Del'arr and
Amos, of tlio university; city superin
tendents of the cities and county sup
erintendents of tho principal counties
of tlio territory, as woll as lending
teachers from country schools.
In the evenings there, will bo an ad
dress of welcome, a response, an an
nual address by the president and a
No teacher llVe teacher in the ter
ritory i an alTord to miss tlrs pedagog
ical feast of good thing.
With half-faro rates on railroads and
free entertainment while attending
the meeting, it is literally cheaper to
than iuis to slay nt home.
Tho true greatness of the future
statu of Oklahoma will depend upon
how prudently her educational .inter
ustt. aro fostered. Come and help to
bul'd. F. 11. Umiioi.t..
Ch'm Kx. Com.
on farms in
To loan on fnrms in tlio next five
days. 3u7tU C. II. Lvxns.
I 'or It. ill.
A nicely furnished front room with
stovo at Mrs LaiTorty's, 10.". F.. Cleve
land. .107 t8
The undersigned will pay territorial
warrants from No. 30."i to No. 310, in
clusive. Poefuih. holding saiil war
rants will present the same for pay
ment within thirty days, otherwlso
interest ceases. Sa.mi'ki, Munriir,
(luthrlo, O T., Nov 2'i, laOI.
Mm. A. P. Saunders presents to the
Indies of Guthrie and vicinity ono of
the II 11 est displays of millinery ever
shown in tho territory. To know
what is the latest in fall and winter
milliner. ' will bo necessary for you
to call .v r htorc. Shu albo c'ej
stamp o"' !l11 kinds U3Stf
1 nipt!' w im i:ut.
Will find all kinds of game, such as
qutlil, s(tiirrel, rabbit, prairie chicken
and fresh oysters and fish, served in
thu best style at Win. Lowe's restau
rant f :.'l!3tf
Splendid eight-room dwelling, two
lots, stone cellar 12x18, lirst-ckiss out
buildiiigs, all kinds of fruits, side
walks and picket fence. Terms, SI, 000,
SI, 000 cash and 0110 year's timo on bal
unco. fronts on Noble avenue, is
above grade and one block from Capi
tol bciuaro. Call on James .t Uobert
son, room s, urny blocl.
P. 11. Lillle .t Ci., liavo received
their invoice of dolls for the holiday
trade and they will be 011 exhibition
about November 1, in tho Victor
buildint.', corner Harrison and First
street. They promise the Indies and
little folks 11 treat as tho display will
surpass anything ever shown ill thu
Dr. i A. lliik-lieo,
Dentist, graduate dental department
Vauderblli university, NuMivilleiVnii.
Gold crown und bridge work, artifi
cial tooth inserted 011 any base de
sired. Teeth safely extracted by tho
use of either local or general 'nines
thesia. All discuses of the oral cavity skill
Nerve killed in aching teeth with
livery operation guaranteed to be
strictly ftrvt claaa.
Come Mild see me OUlco, room 96.
KeadleV block over Capitol national
Have you tried thoo ulgnrs at I.U
llo's drug Ure? 8S-tf
The UiiUd of Trinity hurch will
hold their baieaar on the lDlh. 13th and
llth of Decern bet, whan a great many
useful and fancy artioles will be oil
tale .ultable for Christmas presents
Don't fail to save your money for the
BPD ROCK PRICES.
ie & Co.
ND SUBSCRIBE FOR
Guthrie Daily Leader
Tho Leaillng Papers.
First published In the Oklahoma Leader
November 21, 18I3.
Notice of Publication.
Land odlce at Guthrie, Oklahoma Terri
tory, November IS, 18H1.
Notice Is heieby ulven that the follow
hiK named settler bus Hied notice of his
Intention to muke liual proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be
made hcfnio the register and receiver at
the r. S. land olllce at Guthrie. Oklaho
ma tenltory, 011 January 2, 181)4, viz:
Sarah Warren for the northwest quar
ter of section thirty-four, township six
teen, raime three west She names the
followlm' w Itnesses to prove her continu
ous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, vV: T. T. i'atton, Jacob Par
tenhelmer, James Waner Mid John
Jones, all of Guthrie, (). T.
Any person who desires to protest
against the allowance of Mich proof, or
who knows of nii substantial reason un
der the law and 1 (filiations of the Inter
ior department, why such proof should
not be allowed, will lie given an opportu
nity at tlm above mentlo ed time and
place to cross-cuunine the witnesses of
said claimant, anil to otfer evidence In
rebuttal of that submitted by claimant.
11 til W.I). Lindsay. Register.
To Mary Regan:
You are hereby notified that you havo
Ik'cii sued in the probate com t of Logan
county, Oklahoma tenltory, by John M.
itcgan, in an action for divorce, and you
must answer the petition of said John M.
ltegau tiled In said court In said
action mi or beforo the 3d (lay of Jan
uary, ISO!, or said petition will be taken
as true, and Judgment for divorce ren
dered against jnu accordingly,
. S. S. Lawuknce. Probate .ludce.
uko. rmrE, Attorney mr I'lutntiir
' . ... - ... .."
Dated November yo, lwo
In tho probate court of Logan county,
II. M. Adams, jilalntllf, vs. II. I). Go
thaueraudC. K. llearhs, defendants
Notice: Tlio defendant, II. D. Gothauer, will
take notice that he has been sued by the
iilalntltr, II. M. Adams, and said Adams
lias tiled his petition In the probate court
of l.ouan county, Oklahoma terrltoiy,
asking Judgment against the defendant
in the sum of tw.rii), w ith 12 per cent In
leiest thereon fiom August 2T, ISP'.'; that
the defendant must answer the petition
filed by the plalntlll, II. M. Adams, 011 or
befoiethe llth daj of January, IsOt, or
the petition will be taken as true and
judgment 011 the piomlssory note sued oil
will bo reudeied accordingly; that tlm
'property attached In said action will ho
sold nnd the pioceeds applied to the sat
isfaction of said Judgment and cost of
suit. S. S. Lawiiknck.
Pi ohato Judge.
uau'ii .Novcinncr o, la'.n.
II. I). Toim and Tuaouk IUv
JJJ3 Attorneys for Plalulia,
First published In the Oklahoma Leader
1 Notioo for Publication,
Land Olllce at Guthrie, Ok., Novcmberr
Notice Is heieby given that the follow-ing-uaineil
settler has filed notice of his
Intention to luaUii final proof In support
of his claim, and that said in oof will he
made lM'fore the register and receiver at
the I'liited States laud olllce at Guthrie,
Oklahoma, on December 23rd, ls'J3, viz:
Joseph Jones, who made hninesteap entry
No 1.2TT, on May 12, ISs'J, for the south
mest (iiiarler of section seven In township
seventeen north, range tin ee west of tho
Indlain meridian. The names of tins fol
lowing witnesses to pioe his euiilluiious
residence upon and mtltlvatlun uf said
laud, vUi Juliu II. Wmrenhiiig, of Cres
cent, OKlahtunu! A. W, Ituhl, of descent,
OKlahoiuai Daniel K. Ciiitls.tif Crescent,
Oklahoma; Jacuh Stlne, uf Ciescent, Ok
litliouia, Any pei son who doslres to protest
ngaliist tho allowance of such proof, or
wHui knows of any substantial reason,
under the law and the regulations of the
Interior department, why such proof
.should not I hi allow 'd, will ! given 1111
opportunity at the uliovc mentioned time
mid lilace to cross-evamlne tlm w-Iiupssi.s
ot salil cialiiuiut.iiiid to otrer evidence
uhllttul of that.suhiiiltted bv chilinnut.
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'It. W. I). Limisky. Heglstur,
If you want paints or wall paper,
call on Lillie it Co. See ad elsewhere
In this paper
Supreme Court llrportn.
Hound copies of the first volutno of
Oklahoma Supreme Court reports can
bo had upon application to Kdgar
Jones, territorial librarian.
The only place in town whoro thoy
Hiake their own candy U at Miller's
uandy kturo on Second street.
Tho basetnonl under Lillle's drug
store will be for rout after November
1 The best location for a barbershop
In thu city.
Foil Sai.k A lady's
tl.s North First street
SHELF AND HEAVY
Tin Shoo in Connection. 113
Reopened for Business!
Better Than Ever!
Rates, $1.25 and $1.50 per Day,
NICE CLEAN ROOMS. BEST MEALS IN THE CITY.
MRS. D. BLUBAUGH Proprietress.
Hoffman, Charl e s & Conklin
T. W. McNEAL, Phesidknt. GEO. II. HEUIUOT, Vick-Phesidkst
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
A. J. SEAY,
Board of Directors In
Gko. A. Mktcai.f, President.
Capital fully paid,
NEXT DOOR TO rOSTOFFICE,
EVANS & THOMPSON,
TWO DOORs NORTH OK RICHARDSON'S HANK
C M. BARNRS & SON
Will maintain their
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado Policies Written Immediately Upon Application.
Our accident business embraces
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, STEAM BOILER.
INDIVIDUAL AC6lDENTS, FIDELITY BONDS
Sub-agents wanted throughout the Territory. Money to Loan on im
proved farm or town property. Office in Times Building, Oklahoma Av.
K. C. Cash Grocery.
Anything of Value Taken in Trade for
Groceries, Flour and Feed,
Opened -AiiX SS9
222 SOUTH DIVISION ST,
ONLY BRICK HOTEL in the CITY.
J. W. DALLY, Proprietor.
Newly Furnished and Refitted Throughout.
3BI Fire St., Gwr Vitas, GaHrrle. Ok.
Nicest place in Guthrie for Good
Pabat Beer on draught. Flat
JOHN BRILL i Corner of Vilas
I and Second P.t.
Harrison ate., Guthrie, O. T.
addition to Hank Olllcers:
W. J. HORRFALL
M. L. TuitNKit, Uashler.
Xjf &r-A'JLl-1 svpm.