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title: 'The Guthrie daily leader. (Guthrie, Okla.) 1893-1996, December 16, 1893, Image 3',
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HE LIKES THE CITY,
Now that our Grand and Successful Opening vcr wc
will devote ourselves entirely to showing you our fine line of
Holiday Goods, such a variety was never before exhib
ited In our beautiful city, "Guthrie." You can find every
thing that you desire for Xmas presents in this fine selection
of goods. OUR l'LEASURK is showing you our goods and
prices which art! marked in plain figures what they arc worth.
OUR PRIDE is to give you courtesy and kind treatment.
Wc feci very proud of the glorious uccess of our opening, as
it was so lar beyond our expectation. Wc feci safe in say
ing never again will so many people visit a place of business
in (Jutl.rie T! ere were fully 1,800 people thronged our
Store troin early morn till late at night. A e thank jnu kindly
for our present c at our opening and invite you to call again.
The Racket Store.
NOTUINU MOlti: SllTAHLK
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Ila c rei i ii tl frui.i the l.niicst wholesale
house tlieir entire sample line of
Over One Thousand; no two alike; prices
raniny from 1 tent to S. This line in
dthl.s Ml.K.-, 1V,MK LIM'N,
MViSS and si" RAH HANDKISR
CHUCKS Huving this lire enables them
to sell tor at least one-third less than the
regular price. You must hurry to be "in
it" at this sale.
Just a wortl in regartl to
Table Linens H, Napkins
(;u- 8i 7 j'jc and oSc table linens are
Satin iJ.iniasK, Ccrman finished goods.
Napkins in Linen book-fold from 85c to
S3 50, all sizes. These goods make ex
cellent Christinas gifts.
A beautiful line of
All lengths, 8 to button length, will
be opened in a few days.
Low prices antl gtod goods are only to
be seen at this sal
1 118 E, Oklahoma
feele s, Go
Av. Telephone No.66.
7JZK2ES ' wffnpww;
BIG REDUCTION IN WALL. PAPER.
N'.iwist'e time to paper our
homes. In order to make room for
our Luge spring stork of Wall Pa
per, wtj will stsll wall paper and
paints at price that will surprise
you l'e have the latest stock in
the city to select from, and we can
sure i-uit you, both in prices and
paper, if )ou will look at our stock.
W e have just received a full line
of Colgate ; Co 's fine perfumes
and toilet soaps, whicti we would be
pleasetl to show you.
EX-COVERNOn niDDLf. 3PGAKO
GOOD WORDS FOR GUTHRIE.
ltrllilnkt the Mnimin Project - UooU
One-An Artleut Worker Tor the
A. O. r. AV. Order A
.Rx-Oovernor A. P. P.lddle, of Kan
sas. In conversation with The I.adk
man yesterday, sultl: "Yes, I am very '
favorably impressed with Outhrla It
Is a thrifty, pushing city, lllletl with
progressive people. The city itself Is
nicely located, anil 1 notice many line
buildings here. 1 sec by this morn
ing's l.KAium that a imitiouni lb being
agitated. 1 think that is a grant) pro
ject. It will be of inestimable benellt
to the place. Hut it is useless for me
to discuss this when your citizens
know it, for they are subscribing, 1
dare say, to the fund "
Governor Kitltllo is a genial man antl
an easy, entertaining conversational
ist Ho came here to attend the A. O
U. W. entertainment on TnuisJny
night He made a splendid address
antl told of the advantages and bene
fits of the Workmen order. This so
ciety now has over 3','5,000 members.
It was organized in 1S0S, and since
850,000,000 have been paid from the
benevolent fund. The order takes
care of sick in embers and pays 82,000
at death. Governor Kiddle is an ar
dent worker in this order anil lie tie
elares from thirty to forty thousand
dollars are disbursed every month by
the A. O. L'. W. in Kansas. Active ef
forts will be made to Increase interest
in the work and organize more orders
I In Oklahoma Territory.
hrrretitry Martin' I. Inn will Soon lie
' ilarmilni' ('..Itat , I..II .
l-'rom all indications Oklahoma ter
ritory will soon have a railroad of her
own. A special dispatch from Wash
ington to the Kansas City Journal of
Representative Hudson called up tho
hill Krautiug a right of way to tin- Kan
sas, Oklahoma Cent nil and Southwestern
railway company through the Indian and
Oklahoma territories, anil it passed. IJts
abandoned the bill Intiodiiceu by himself
covering the mutter ami took up the bill
which nas-eil the senate In NovcmU'r and
which bad been intioduccd In that body
by Senator Martin. The bill is in the In
terest of ex-Secretary of Oklahoma .ludoo
Martin,.!. It. Clark of Stillwater and K.
Porter of t'ane. Kan. They have formed
a company to act for the Missouri Taeltie
In constructing the line provided for by
the bill. Tlie corporation is created un
der tin-laws of 'klahoma and the line Is
to commence on the bonier somewhere in
Montgomcr) county, Kan., and ruunliiK
southwest, taking in the towns of Still
water, Guthrie and 1CI Keno. thence
through the Osage, Pawnee, Wichita, Co
manche awl Apache reservations.
The compaii) Is given the right to con
struct telegraph ad telephone lines, anil
al-o the right to construct turnouts and
sidiiiKs and the usual depot facilities.
The right of way is 100 feet wide, with 2110
leet tor .1,01 m leei 111 an stations.
The bill Is supposed to be more favor
nrahle to the corporation than the usual
form prescribes, In its terms relating to
the Indians. It 1 highly satisfactory to
those in the local corporation and also to
the Missouri Puclllc contingent. Itlses
Minuted to be more valuable by several
thousand dollars than the grant of fran
clilse in the usimI form thioughout that
country. The bill ileitis now only the ap
pioval of the president to become, a law.
nenkfd by hl vvlfo anil young son. 1
who were, about to board tho ears
The doctor was tha most prominent'
physician In Cleburne, rtnd well known (
all over the fttntc
IN SHORT METRK.
I'ertlueut Pointer 1'rrlnlnliiL' to l'ntilnr
WHAT m Mll .
Whrti he w but four
Ami llttlr kllt wore.
He htitl hundred of kh
Kmin tirt'tty voting mlev
Which then were a imte.
Now , twenty yenr oldei .
He finds the girls eoltlpi ;
He tiibwes tlie klws
And wishes the mlc
Were wnrnmr and bolder.
Unheard of Values.
We are Overstocked.
MUST BE SOLD !
Cost of Manufacture Counts for Naught. The Goods Must be Sold.
Dr. Peonies "tho'
See the great olfcr In the window of
the Kagle IVug Store. mf
11. M. Attain I here from Oiauha.
Mercury took anothei dmn hist am-
Prank Merrick l working up a u-m
cartl for stages nud rallroatK
Mr. (). K. l'Vgun eiitel'laius t In-1 h.iu
liiuiiua to-morrow afieinmii. C.esai will
Tho Hist .Methodht church of Pen)
was chartctfd yestertla by Secretin
Mr.. Luther Pontectut arrived vesti r
day trom Imlianapolls for 11 visit.
Mrs. I. II. Strjker Is sick with pneu
monia. The. Capital city club will give a swill
hop timing Christinas week.
Mrs. C. I!. Wilder and mother of lVrrv
aie In the city.
(old and silver idlings chenpor than
anywhere else in town. l.itf
Hundreds of street urchins me nuw
whistling and waiting for Santa Cl-tus
The Knglo Drug Store has tlie llncst
show window In the city. 13tf
A pnstofllco has been established at
Pasou In the Pottawatomie i-ountrv and
Lue M. Kasou appointed piistmaster
Purnlbhed room to rent. Apply at
.Mrs. Van Voorhecs' hoarding house
We arc ilcU'riiiincil to sell more
litis month than ever before in the same lime.
the balance d
The Fast Mail will appear at tin
Keniiou Dec. B.1. This was one
whose date could not bo cancelled
There aie eighteen A. O. I' W
Dr. Peoples will put In full sets best
teeth for a few days at $10 or less per
set. Ho means all he says. 1 itf
Kvtenslve pieparatlous are
for the hal masque at the
opera house 011 Dee. 'VK
The Salvationists aie holding a big
meeting in Oklahoma Clt. Capl. Steele
preached 11 sermon the other dav on the
subject "From Hell to llreakfasl."
Hector Howard of Minneapolis, is in
The local Salvation Army is keeping up
Itsievival. The meetings aie lead hv
the 1 ('formed clown who wears a silk tile
and belabors a tambourine. The lev Iv ids
are hugely attended, and mail) convei
.sions aie being made.
Judge Lawrence issued a mall Inge
license ve-teiday to l-'iu Williams and
Laura fvielialdsou. Williams asked for
two licenses and It was a long time before 1 1
the Judge could make him understand 1
that that one would tlo the wotk. 1
At the A. O. I'. W. entertainment Mrs. '
llamsii) captivated the audience with
her sweet singing Mis. Wood was also,
applauded 011 her solo, and Messrs. K. V.
Smith, Al Swisher and Frank Cornell
helped to .enliven the program. S. L.
Johnson a lit) Tom Tingle made addresses.
The bondsmen of Clyde Mattov. at To- !
pekahave applied to the t'nlted States
attorney for n-lease fiom the bond. As
utiit.tfl ithtitnln v l.iili!il lllw.ii li'iki
taken fatto to Topeka to Incarcerate I
him in Jail. I
Suits thai former price was $S 50 now go for $. .
Suits that former price was $12 now go for $7.
Suits that former price was si 8 and $20 now go for mo.
Ovei'coats from S2 to M5, former price was $4 to 25.
Children's suits sacrificed. A good suit, sizes . to 1
vears, from $1 upwards.
500 fine fur stift hats, l.iust shape, $1 50 each, regular
price $2 50.
Men's all-wool undershirts 50c each, regular si gar
ments. Now is your time to buy.
Consult your interest, pay us a visit, see the unmatcha-
ble bargains we are offering you. It's your gain and
are overstocked and to unload is our obect.
Before btjying'a dollar's worth of mer
chandise in our line see what we can do for you.
1)1)0()()0(H)( ()H)0(100()000( ()()( II )(()! IOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOI KIOI IOC KKHXK M ()(l( KICK II H)H( IOI)
BMilllllWMI 1 II I !!! Illllll I I HtH!MnmVtLf,Tt
IBEE :k-. Clothinsr
HIT (10 UHJIIT OX TO
LILLIE'S STAR CRIME.
Away up horses, fine saddlers, gentle, stylish drivers, riding habits, fine robes, new
Have you any teeth that need atten- surreys, phaetons, buggies, arummer wagons, etc. courteous treatment. Low prices,
tion? Now is your chance. Dr ivn-'Com. and see me and you will be pleased. 302 corner Vilas and First, Guthrie, Ok. 'I'd
pies will amaze yon by Ills low prices 1 m
tin Christmas. mf ephone No. 72.
lie Cliunes Iih Hiiiii- of I IiouhhihIh orTum
of W hid.
F. II. Lllllc, the well Icrown drug
pist, committed a crime last evening.
It was an atrocious, cold bloodet
crime, antl one which causes the drug
(fist's name and business to be spoken
In all corners of the city. If not the
territory. It was premeditated and
deliberately hatched. Lillie Is nothing
If not original, anil In the still hours
of the night, when ho lny awake to
plan, lie well tcucw the result of his
It was about 4 o'clock last evening
when a largo crowd was attracted to
LiUie's drug store that tho crimo took
place. There vvcro no policemen in
sight, and Lillie did his work calmly
and completely. He gave away toy
whistles. That was Llllle's crime.
Two thousand whistles placed In the
hands, or rather tho mouths, of small
boys. Ye gods, what a blowing
what a noise. Citizens rushed fran
tically from their houses and looked
heavenward or ward thlnklug
the mllleniuni was near.
Hut the whistles are still going and
Llllle's hands are stained with dirt
antl thu small boy is his best friend.
It's a hard blow, the boys say, but
I.llliu will be forgiven this time.
.jsjsw-iyx.' "Eugene Tucker, Solicitor and Collector.
.Several new lawyers were admitted to w '
tho bar at Perry yesterday
Deputy Pulse came In last night with
an Osage prisoner.
R. J. Tucker, Prop.
CAUGHT ON THE CURB.
A rather well known young married
couple who reside in the 1101 th part of the
fit) were outwalking last summer. A
doukev grazing In an opeuMiacc delivered
himself of a loud, long and lusty bray Just )
as they were passing, when the young '
inin. In a spit It of tun, said onto hi
"Hello, is that a relative of ) ours speak
ing to ou?"
"Yes," she leplled ipilcldy, "a brother-
111-iaw ny marriage.
When S. wants to make any 11101 e
bright lemarksto his wife he Hist tries
them on the dog.
The follow lug happened in a .Second
street restaurant the other evening. The
words aie substantially the same as those
uttered. Tliey w ere dining oil fow 1.
"You see," lie explained, as he showed
her the wlshlHine, "you take hold and
pull, and when It breaks the one who has
the nigger part of It will have his or her
"Hut 1 don't know what to wish for
"Oh. you can think of something," he
"No, 1 can't," she replied; "1 can
think of anything 1 want very much."
"Well. I'll w isli for you." he eelalined. j
"Will you reall)'."' she asked.
"Well, then, there's no use fooling with ,
the old ws!tlHne," she Interrupted with1
a glad smile, "you can have nit) "
222 OKLAHOMA AVENUE.
The most complete line of Heating and Cook Stoves in tho
city at prices to suit all. Also carry a full line of oil heaters. A
full line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware. Everything in the
Sporting Goods line. Genuine Glidden Barbed Wire a specialty.
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;! Farquharson & Morns,
Our branch house at Perry is complete in every Department
Wallace S. Poller, Pharmacists.
ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW GOODS HO TROUBLE,
An IiiUtc itlnt Lecture In which Tom
I'M) lie U KutoKlzail.
J. Ii Kemsburg, delivered an inter
esting antl nblo lecture in the district
court room last night. No admission
tickets were sold and all those present
camu by special invitation.
Mr. Kemsburg took for his subject,
"Tho Father of Our llepublic,"
He told of tho achievements of
Washington, Jett'er.on, Hancock antl
other revolutionary heroes, and told
of bright incidences In their lives. He
oxtoled Tom I'avno and held that ho
should occupy a nlcho along with
those great patriots. His remarks and
anecdotes were bright but many of his
statements smack too much of ad
vance thought. The lecturer Is a
liberallst, and ho represents the
New York Liberal League. He
travels all over thu United States
and delivers liberal lectures. Mr.
ltemsburg is a deep thinker and an
intelligent man, and from tho liberal
stand point, his arguments are con
Cut Off Ilia Head.
!)r. John Wagley of Cleburne, Texas
a gentleman well known to many of
our readers, mot with a horrible death
in that city on Thursday. An engino
on the Santa Fe ran over him and cut
off Ilia hood. The accident was wit-
Remarked n young lady yesterday: "It
would bo a good Idea fol the Ixiys to trot
around to the livery stables and linil out
If they can get a vehicle before they ob
tain lue lady's couM-nt to go riding. It
will save numerous npollogls and any
amount of straightening up." Antl the
y. I. was speaking fiom peisonal exper
ience. ''What's the trouble with tho sewerage
iiinitlou'.'" suggested n business man yes
terday. "Ate wo going to get sew ei age
or not? If it eonio p a fund, I am willing
to Mibscrlbf $l(K."
SAYS IT'S NOT SO.
JOHNNY BULL AT LIBERTY.
A I'lntt I'lt-lil Open to III111 ut rushing
Johnny Hull, tho bold boy who was
foiled In his 'efforts to Increaso the
patronage of local "summer resorts"
which operate januis clausls, by push
ing miniature world's fair guides to tho
Midway platsancc, is again at liberty.
He was released from the couuty
jail yesterday, having
his term. Mr. Hull is a
an idoncus homo for his business. He
Is a versatile descriptive writer and
his writings are easily le mot
tVenlgme. Hut, -fortunately. (Juthrle
can do without creatures of tho Hull
stainn. Tho town of Terry aU'ords
tamntlnir around for his specialty, and
the Times or Sentinel would bo splen
did organs through which to dlsseml
nntn l-nnti nulla eunido subiucts and
other things. So on to Terry, base tho city to
Hull. I harpers
Attorney lluglicn Contend Hint Hemer
Count) Want" to Stay With l. .
C. W. Hugbee, attorney of lleavor
county, has written a letter in which
ho emphatically denies that Heaver
county desires to secedo from Oklaho
ma. Hebtivb there was no statehood
meeting held at Heaver, and further
more alleges that the resolutions
printod first in Tun Ln.vimitnnd signed
by sovoral citizens, emanated from T.
Ormsbeo'h brain. Hugbee maintains
that Heaver county is loyal antl Is
still willing to share Oklahoma's pros
Dr. V. K. Furrow has moved from
tho old Commercial block to tho Lipo
building, 111 Oklahoma aveuuo, south
side of the street, where he has fixed
up a line otilco and now has the best
deutal rooms in tho city. All kinds of
"old crowns, porcelain crowns and
r ., .. .i. l.,c..i.ltnn it nnr.
. 1 oritiues lur inn .;.. . 1- -completed
"b . wlthout tt pi.te practl-
enlly inserted, (lold fillings also a
specialty. A new method for ex
vracting teeth without pain (froezlng
tho gums). Can furnish plenty of tes
timonials A full sot of teeth for S10.
Call and sea me before having work
a ' done elsewhere. Hemember the loca
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V. K. Fi'itiiovv,
The finest assortment of candles In
.elect from at .Mrs. iioru-fits
Any reader of Tiik Lkaiikii can get
The Twice-a-vveek Itopubllo free by
sending In three n.'iv yearly subscri
bers to Tho Republic with 53.00.
In addition to obtaining tho great
est news weekly in Amoriea, every
subscriber to Tho Republic will save
ten times tho price of the paper, or
more, every yeur by the special oilers
made subscribers from time to time
Samplo copies of Tho Republic will
be sent to anyone upon receipt of a
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TUB RBTUHLIC, ST. LOL'IS, MO,
F. H. Lllllo & Co.'s new store is an
enterprlso well worth the patronnge
of our peoplo tf
In baking and confectionery business.
Address postolllce box 4l,Uuthrie.Ok.
To llrelu Work.
It Is assorted that actual work will
bo begun on tho Missouri A Oklahoma
railroad January 1. Tho road will
come to Outhrle.
.'arm to I.e-ie.
Will lease quarter section off
land on Deep torn, lencett wei
acres broke, house, etc.
I Leadeu orllcu.
Seven-room house S t (
Four-room house and barn io
Threc-rom house 7
Two-room house I
On larms or on inside
Some choice bargains in City prop
erty and farms. Call and see us.
Lynd's Real Estate & Loan Go
AND TO STAY
And sell Clothing cheaper than any
other per-on in town, llac
tho choicest of samplea
to select from.
A FIT GUARANTEED.
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