Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Guthrie daily leader. (Guthrie, Okla.) 1893-1996, August 07, 1900, Page 8, Image 8',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: Oklahoma Historical Society
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
TEE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA.
Muskogee People Think Den
nis Flynn is Looking -For
llest grown in Chinn. Finest drank in America.
Packed only in half-pound and pound lea-lead packages.
Wc send free, on receipt of a ac. stamp, sample of either Formosa.
Oolong or English Urcnkfast Tea. State your choice.
CHASE &. SANBORN, Boston, Mnss.
We soil only to the trade.
A I.OUAl. SIKUStilJ A
Curds printed while you wait at the
Oroat bargains in wall paper now at
LUlle's drup store.
Tfo trains daily on the Choctaw
tweou llowo and Hi Reno. See ag
Uetnember the social at the Baptist
church lawn Wednesday evonlug.
For pure drugs, best perfumes and
toilet articles go to Llllle's drug store
Every body come to the social at the
ltaptlstohureh lawn Wednesday even
ing. !-!.. . I- I
he ladles of tho Catholic church
wltl hold a social on the church lawn
Wcduosday eveuing, August S. Will
Have you second hand school books
in use in tho city schools? Lillie will
.The Ladles' A id souietv will give an
lee cream social at the Baptist eburch
lawn Wednesday cveuiog.
For Kent One southeast and one
northehst room; both nicely f uruuhed
No. 320, East Noble avsnue.
Tlavo you taken your vacation this
season? if not why not take advant
age of the special rates offered by the
Santa Fe to Chicago during the Na
tional Eecampmeut of the G. A. B ,
August 7 to September 1. For full
particulars call on A. J. Corkin?,
Stop Ulght Hero
if you are bilious and get a bottle of
Eagle Nerve and Liver Vills. The
Sagle Drug Store.
to make room
tIDXKS' fa OXFORDS
Bittt)ruid i turn sole and
ODDS AOT EXDS
Sites 2$, 3, 8 and 4. Former
price ?&), $2.50 aud $3.00
Hetsch. Shoe Co.
Repairing" neatly doae
0 I'KKSOSAl MKNTION. A
ea0oaecooo o ec99 3
C. 11. Stevens, of Purcell is here.
Wm. Schlegel is over from Chandler.
Jessie T Iletly, of Norman, is in
Geo. Outcc.lt, of Tccumseh, Flynned
to town today.
W. G. Gelssler, of Jet, Okla., is Tiies-
daying in the city.
0. P. Kldwell and wife are hero from
J. P. Gaudy, tho Boxer of tho bull
tick board, is over from Alva.
Miss Brtha Eddy, of Arkansas City,
is visiting Mrs. Francis McCormick,
A. G. Cunulngham, the republican
statesman of Woodward county, is in
Col. H, E. Havens, the bull-calf
genius of Enid, is in tne city Flynn
mg. Frank Cook, editor of the Cloud
Chief Herald, is in the city to tvitness
the Flynn doings.
M. L. Turner and family have left
Oklahoma City for Salt Lake City to
spend two months.
Barney Dunn, the WuTing Fang, of
lower Oklahoma politics, is hete to
see that the administration eets a fair
Mjes Lola Maxwell, of Wichita, well
kuown in this city, has been chosen as
stenographer for the Republican na
Y. T. Little came down from Perry
today with malice aforethought. Lit
tle is anxious to deliver a pro-Boer
speech to the Republican convention.
Rev, Geo. W. Cohegan, M. 0. Bill
ings and A. E. Keach, went to Chand
ler today to attend the Epworth
League convention of that district.
Mrs. W. W. Pointer left this ulorn
ing for a pleasure trip to Colorado,
where she will be joined by her hus
band Captain Painter. She will bo
absent nearly one year.
Miss Crystal Willet left this morn
ing for her home at Webb City, Mo.
While here she was the guest of Miss
Sallie Maxey and has formed a wide
circle of admiring friends.
Charles Bickel, of Alva, is in the
"A whole lot of former Barber county
Kansas, people are coming to the con
vention," said Mr. Bickel "By the
way bothFlyun and Neff lived in Bar
bar county. '
Uniform Kank K. of P.
The Uniform Rank of the Knightiof
Pythias will hold a special mooting
Wadaosdsy night at Castle hall. All
Kalphu are urgikl to be present as
uusluees matter of importance will
coone before th lodge
THE CAPITOL NA
TIONAL BANK, OF
MA. OFFERS TO DE
BUSINESS AND RE
The Muskogee Times 6ays: Bon
Dennis Flynn, of Oklahoma was in
town for a few hours today, Ho ia
largely intereatcd in mining property
lu tho northwestern part of tho terri
tory. It is stated however that bis
business here today has no relation to
mining property and thntjho is getting
data for a little investigation of fed
oral officers in tho territory. Mr.
Flynn has always aimed high and the
game he now looking for is, if reports
bo truo "sotno of tho finest." Several
people arc standing on the "tiptoe of
oxpectaucy" waiting to see the out
come of his visit.
Mr. Flynn believes tho future of
this territory that is, the immediate
future rather uncertain. There seems
to be no way, no satisfactory way out
of the dilemna. Annexation to Okla
homa as the different sections in the
territory arc ready. This .is Dennis'
ultimatum, and if the. Republican
party remains in power it will come
pretty near following out the sugges
tion Thorn la lmrrUr i pnnnMrnblft
condition worse than the present and
from very despair the people will be
driven to join Oklahoma.
Miss Mnybelle nml Ferdinand
One of the most pleasant social af
fairs held lately was the lawn party
given by Miss Maybelle and Ferd
inand Painter lest night at their home
1V21T West Noble.
Dancing was the pastime of the
evening. Pleasant refreshments were
The invited guests were.
Messrs. and Mesdaaiee Carl Havig-
borst, F. S. Barde, J. R. Cottmgham,
R. R. Carlin, C. C. McGann, L. N.
Beadles, F. B. Lucas, W. B. Crossland,
J. Frank Laux. F. B. Lillis H, W.
Mesdames Cora. Grissell, Jas. Wheel
er, Harry Barnes.
Misses Delves, of St. Louis; Lena
Cross, Ruth Brooke, Louise Brooke,
Dorothy Flynn, Janie Hager, Helen
Green, Mary Nichols. Lilian Laux,
Augio Penny. Ida Niblack, Minnie
Miller, Ethel Oruer, Edythe Tipton,
Mae Seeley, Eflie Finch, Lena Hunter,
Lillian Boles, Lou Strung, Ethel Mc
Neal, Laura Whitbeck, Luu Millet,
Je&sie Paine, Sadie Paine, Lola S&r-
chet, Catherine Schnell, Pearl Hutch
inson, Anna Hutctingon, Nora Miller,
Mabel Rinehart, Maude Goodrich, An
nie Carter. Lila Briggs.
Messrs, George Willis, Leon Gilbert,
Bert Orner, John Black, Roy Winton,
Charles Vance, Jessie Hunter C. L,
Petty, H. W. Pentecost, Bert Maine,
L. G. Niblack, Enoch Bamford. Tom
Phillips, George Green, Wm. Brooks,
John Golobie. John Rinehart, Walter
Poland, Paul Larwell, Ben Hegler,
Burns Hegler, Clyde McConnell. Dud
ley Doolittle. George L Miller C. F.
Tatum, Norman Smith, Winter Illiff,
Stuart Briggs, Willard Lindwall, U,
Maxey, George Tipton, Frank Lyon,
Charlie Derr. Frauk Derr, Fred Mat
thews, St?wart McKay, Carl Metcalf.
Sam Smith, Wm. Brooks, Eugene Tur
ner, George Crossland, V. J. Horsfall,
Melville Carter, Frank McGmre, Clyde
Grner, Reynolds Hager, Corb Sarchet,
Charles Laux, Harry Robare, E. F.
Shiun, Ed Johnson. Charles E. Kelly
and Mr. Kingman.
Y. il. C. A. Hiblo Study.
The Bible study and training class
for the Y. M. C. A of Guthrie will
reet at the Presbyterian church on
Wednesday evenly. August Sth, at S
p m. Bible topttj, "The Karly Chris
tian Work of Saul at Damascus and
Arabia." Ac 1S-S5. and Gailatians
l-. Training subject for discussion,
"The Relation of the Young Men's
Christian Association to tho Churches."
I'nloR ScrvlB ttovised.
The ministerial union, composed of
the leading orthodox churches of the
city, have revised the series of union
services as follows:
Sunday, August IS, Baptist church.
Rev. J.T. Ogle.
Sunday: August 1. Plymouth Con
gregational church. Rev. Marsh, pas
tor, dosing his ministry in Guthrie.
Sunday. August S, at the M. E.
church, soth. Rev. Mansfield.
One pan of matched driving ponies,
also buggy and harness in good repair.
Cheap ana on easy terms.
Rr.V. L. J. P.UtKER.
16H West Noble Ave,
Itching Burning Scaly
and Speedily Cured byr
B h n H IH m B H H H
The itching and burning I suffered in my feet and limbs for three years
Tvere terrible. At night they were worse and would keep me awake a
greater part of the night. I consulted doctor after doctor, as I was travel
ling on the road most of my time, also one of our city doctors. None of the
doctors knew what the trouble was. I got a lot of the different samples of
the medicines I had been using. I fouDd them" of so many different kinds
that I concluded I would have to go to a Cincinnati hospital befqre I would
get relief. I had frequently been urged to try CLTICUKA REMEDIES,
but I had no faith in them. My wife finally prevailed upon me to try them.
Presto ! What a change ! I am now cured, and it is a permanent cure. I
feel like kickiug some doctor or myself for suffering three years when I
could have used CUT1CURA remedies. II. JENKINS, Middlehoro, Ky.
'Complete Treatment $1.25,
Consists of Cctictka SoAr C5c.), to cleans the skiu of crusts and scales and soften
the thickened cm jele, Cttictra Ointment (60c.), to instantly allay itching, irritation,
nnd imUmmatKKi, and soothe and heal, and Cnicnu Rrsolvt to cool and
cleanse the blood. A Single Skt is often sufficient to cure the uiot torturing, dis
figuring skin, scalp, and blood humors, rashes, and irritations, with loss of hair, when
phystciau?, hospiuis, and all else fail. Sold throughout the world. Pottkr Dana
A-i Chrm. Cort.. Sole Props., Boston. " How to Cure Itching Humora," free.
Millions of Women Use Cuticura Soap
ExetwivclT for jrccrrJnt:, purifying, and twauufriug the kin, for cleatulng th scalp of
omu, scales, and dandruff, and in flopping of falling ualr, for t toning, whitening, and
ballt red. rou.n. and ore hand. In Uw furtn of baUu for annoying irritation, lnflam.
naOoMe, and chafing, or too tree or oUenire pereplrmnon, in the form of waabec for
ukcraUre weakse, and for many Mnattre anUeptt-e purpoc which readily Mgxttft
UMMfolvoe to vtoomb, and opecUlly mother, and for all ttoe purpoe of-UM toUet. bath,
and nursery. No antouut of unualoi can indue Umm who have once ued It to ue an;
oor, orpeleially for preferring and purifying Um skin, tcalp, and hair of Infant and
children. Cvriccci So.vr combiner deucw entollWnt properties derived from Ccri
CCKi., the greM fcin care, with the puratt of cleaning Ingredientc and the not refresh
lng of Sower odor. No other wedtcate! or totlet ai-ap e cr compounded U to be coaparod
with It for proserrlng. purifying, anl DOauUfyiug me ti-., wolp, hair, and hand:. No
other foreign or domestic toilet soap, howerer expenlr, i to be compared with it for all
Cie purposes of the toilet, bath, ami ntery. Thm tt combine in One Soxp at One
Psice, viu, TWESTT4TTB Chxts, the BiT siln asd etKspieiiea soap, aad tae best toilet
and best baby soap 25 the world.
Indian Troop far Clilaa.
Scripps-MeRae Press Ass'a.
Calcutta, Aupus1. 7. Toe fourth bri
gade of native Indian troop has been
ordered to China.
Optician, Dewey Block, Guthrie,1 Okla.
SEE HE !
1 HAVE THEM.
Four choice residence properties at
j a bargain. G. H. Dodsox.