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FOR ABSTRACTS OF TJTLFS, SKh V. M.
OFFICIAL I'AI'IMI or I "U V 111IWTY.
I1V HOY llon-'HAN.
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No. 13?, Niiv 1 ii'lght...
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No. W. T. Mi" Kpiws
No. 407. Oklahoma I'.xpK'"
No. -Wl. Wm l'K'iiihl..
t'dfki njfi i - should pi'oi-un
fmegi mnif I'll tlir train
:..in a. in.
:i :.'() p. in.
11:11 p. in.
11:10 p. in.
I :(!.' p. in.
1 :(.') ii. til.
M s . ai t"g man hits a gn at f nt-
uie ahead of him. The great d i 111 - j
etlty is tint il persists in staying )
Xiiiimi an deny tint t iule Snn
i ll r&-3IL ABF L V
has outstripped the stu piers nud , ti,at bootlin bIiouIiI be cRttibllslietl not ' put In culverts und are laying out ainl
thrown sand into the e .1 the boom- jt.M tliun loll days previous to the i world ng atroots, nml thuy have no tin
e's nt l.-ust iinee. ! opening, Biilllcioiit in number and with I expended balance In the treasury
i a large enough force to care for 10,0(10 amounting to $1,00:.
Tiiiiit ears t-ince the war eltoil . ppijcallis for certificates within the The mayor is enthusiastic over his
and yet ll.eie arc nearly .a n.illion vet-, u,lltlny city (and oonntiy) and declares it dus-
erans on Hie pension roll, eosting the j gomp wnVt probably through out- ' lined u becoiae the future meVrojolls
.ovevnineiit -i'-' o'ioooo .i n side reports, the department beiame ' of the strip.
ll oi'i.n in the strip unprepared for
the present wet and cold will have the
satisfaction of realign ,' that Okla
homa weather averages about right.
Mils. Ci.uvrf.anii and the babies are
polng to Woodley to spend tho bal
ance of the hente.l term. They leave
the White House the llr-t ot next
C'oHOnissv.N IlMnut w.m's ngri-
, " ,' . ne. ii..,
nral .mrlemeiits on the free list.
he uH1 lir.d tho users of such :
nnrl lm ml1 find tho users of sucli
tools in he ii-ty accord with him all !
f.v-..r H .. , n n in '
,cr tl. iouMV
Mju ' the Kansas Democrats have i
got together tho Texas Doinoerats are 1
lonsiderlng a move In a like direction,
This Is n fashion that must prevail in I
overy statu iu the Union. '
Tni KcpnbMeaiis hope with the 11b-
.rnce of Tom l'latt from the htate ami I
the 'pan! " lo be able to carry Now
VorU ttil. eur. It will require more
than two ueh calamities to hoi p the
three 11 oiniy this year.
'i'MKloney Island nihletle ehili has
captured the "honor" of having Cor-1
belt and Mitchell sing each other ,
ivlifiln ! w,.nn It ivivr sucinod In
Within itnan.no. It paya 840 000 In
liiir.l casli for the matih, wl.U-h ought
t" j Ii the preatest pedes
u-,a, ,. 'jrujl in-
i'v. -I WilHTiiESOONERS.
M - ilie opening It has h" -jiii, np
parent that in spito of strenumiH ef
forts of tin- ii pm-iinenl the stiip held
the ii-. ii Muota of soonei's." The
tT.i. fi-" ainl issa gi 1 at that where it
it .s iw,i. ' .11 d with ,1 disregard for
tho law in Ljriienii 111 beereited hj
any aiithoi 'ty suliiiieiii to put a htoji
to tl.i iu jiudalioiii of the "-ooner
.'leiiu'ri'. lhe extiai 1 1i.11 iiy ad un
usual pret ai.' ions tu' v .1 Ly ih-' gov
trnnient to privent 1 nlawf-il Milling
In the sir'), hr.vo mniie n 1 e i plum t.
the rule an 1 have pa 1 1 1.1, e I ol theii
Kill tin-re is this d H'eiLine Hver.t
man wii- registered tit lhe b intl.s ami
entered in violation "f his express
ileelai.it. on mid then tiles at tho land
olilit' h.ts s g ied his own 1011111010'
lit n.-.s loi at a sure thin; garni. I'
only icu.a 11s for the deourlmeiit to
hand in tin sucker.
No duiilit a large numb.-i of inteiul
Ing oi.iurs n-gisiei-d befoie u.ilaw
fnlly tiui-i 11 - liiinkiiir thai a ecrllf
ieate won't operate ,i- .1 leiu-r i.f
C'Otli Il .s, i-i fact, .. 'ie.ii aid to tine
deoartn.ent 111 ileleetinir those wlnj
hiivdtu-ili an 11 1) fail ..ili.intj.
Now let the department bae
u p lie
.01 -f prevent i-i,' 'Meyal h-dd-' the pupils and co-operate with the
1 1 .1 'ii., Uy '!. .ilnu' a force ' lea hers m building up the schools
i'iiK l"iv sh-ui.d be and placing the oi on t he road to iter
s' i-,.- iiici! in. 1 uutirinj. and ' manenl prosperity.
1 in is shoui 1 1. i.'aceil at
of s 1
' o 1 .
il to Ii I 11 1
-t every i
the hirip i n if ,- ideua
Ii 1 tinti 1 froin Main.
1 . '-y ' - 1 1 i- '
1' I., s 1 , t a. 1 nt
11 ' e e ns'd 1 1 il
WHCNcr PAILROAD LEQI8LATI0K.
Th. 'vrril 1 accident on the U'ubosh
i;ii)ra' -a wo i Ii so ui my lues wer
lost and wj many ui :i -i - inj ired
adds to the a'.icady ap; aieut lie essity
of lotter inui.ageme' t m the railrOH"
lni.slni . of the count i It has come
to be considered that 'h i st i.iiiroai!
inanaj'er ..!.- thoe w .... e.ui euiiduet
U sysU'in w itli the fee. t 1 uu-.h
oniplojos itr.iAiig In- 1. 1 t a. n unit
of S-ilan ,:.nl run. 1 - the fastest
trains. It is iiiusitiei 1 1 11' i, is the
fast trai.is that uiaki I... 1 t n .u-y,
and n iii-of ihenuii ' ,. ..-m-i un
dertaken to ,nlvert;sc or guarantee al.
wtlutely s.f.- trans 01 lompet.lion
Ulthrupd ti..i.s l Anl th- re is in of
..,,,.,, , ,- , ...
thi-iisUiit t .c le ' .i-l.oii urt-jitinj,'
common c ar 1 s I . s al a.i, s bee'i mis
tolls and 1 '
rons to pay
11 )ii in
1 .1 oat
t, t . 1 .
htoek. legislature have nought to re
htrlct rates .n trfll. 'll.i. l.a. had
t'40 clft t 0 v ,,f , t'ooingtii' m
yinutty f la ir4 ,na-trsin b't
ting the work out if o una width
Hie taw'R of ualnrc would rrquire two
II illll-t lo pi'l 1(11 III, Mill Ull' II' ."H
h.is Ih-cii Hint liiimilii life tins. become
unsafe mi roil roil 1 1 train. Hli to I""
Imped Hull future legislation w III bo
in I he lint- of compelling railroad cor
porations Ui oinploy MiOlelonl limn
I t-. r iik-ii lo see Unit their Unr,
their bridge iinri their rolling stock is
kept In u foiuflllon rendering travel
ns wife n possible, thin protecting
human Hfo fli-t. and leaving tho con
sideration nf tniffli t;luirg-u to poiiio
ABDUT THE BOOTUS.
A number of the newspapers of Hie
territory, especially tlioio hostile to
thu nilnilnlstrallati. luivo tnlcon pulim
lo criticise the system of registering nt
Hie booths, being particularly unjust
toliovernnr Swlneford. tlio luspector
gcneral in charge. N P"blio ovunt
wus ever given nioio direful consider
ation Hi n n wiii the recent opening of
tin- i herokee :rlp. Up came hero a
Ui.sti.-rii mnii, experienced 111 the way
of I lie West, learned of the f nut-Is
cniumiltcd in tin- previous openings of
this country to settlement, and turned
his attention to devising somo means
oy which frauds might be pruvonteu
and the holiest settler protected in his
The establishment of registration
IhhjHis was the result of these plans,
lmt in his recommendations to the de-
l,artlllpn tioveri.r Swliiefonl advised
impressed with tho belief that liov-'
lernoi- SwInefTd's estunnto was en-
i tlrely too liigh and made preparations J
for a much smaller number. Kor tills
icasoii the olllcers in charge of the
booths were unable to handle the np-1
plieui.ts the (li-st two days, but us soon
as the inspector could reach the booth
locations ho caused u sulllolont num
ber of clerks to bo employed so that
.til who desired to register were ac-1
iiimmodatod ill time for the opening, i
ii... v. n-istntioii of atitdlcants for
lhe i.gistratlo n o ippiuaus
land iias no -ompllslied nil tliat was e.- ,
latitl lias ne oiiipiisni-u in. w.ui ...... i
peeled, for it has made n record tnai i
can easily bo traced to all thoso vio-,
iutm0 1,111. t'.v j
aml making sure the punishment oi
those taking an unfulr advantage of
the honest settlers. ,
Whllo many will eontiiije to er.ti-
. i . . a I
e'.se the establishment of tho booths,
the honest people, who have the con r-
ujo to insist upon their rights as
ngniiibt the violate of the law, wi.l
lommend the action of ' the r.dminls-
tratiou, und in tills full credit will be
given to Governor Swlneford.
WANTS AN INJUNCTION.
Snjiler l)nr Not U'.inl lni;iroin
,,,., i,4 .111 111 l'.-rrv Lot.
K. Snvder vesterdav brought
. i T . , "" i 11.
suU against A. .1. Acres and one Ilir-
bol. pyinjf fr an injunction i-
..training the defendants from in-iking
; n,U on ..t . block 1 '. u,
1 ne in uiui 1 en v.
Snyder claims that he was the first ,
man 011 the lot. but on Tuesday last
a , eompell '.1 ti leaie it in or ler
to n..ile pure
si -, of lumber. That
n f- 1 lanci jampe
- I 10 bjtld thirooo.
. tUer ullages thst he
A !. le" mv iy t '
I I e 1 it a. I ' st
1 n. plaint, If
1 y threats nn l linpre-
i" 1 .
hi:l-l a him by tie tefonu-
I'..,- iI.Ib nA num. Knvdr
, . ,i
"' "" '"' '" tha-
PUELIC t-UHOOLS OPEN.
I I ri:- At'iu.l iimp i.f r:plU-Tw nl-
O- - 1 flU TH.
I'l.e pub'U r-f'. --)K of (iuthrie 0,1 -tied
. l. ,.l.,.' l,,,-.. .i.ll t S. ,.it,iii,..iil,,fi, I
' " V"-
M.ilioiy estiui.iles the alieiuliiu e lor
'he lost day :' '" - T nt , -one ' of 11 dark horse in the race for the
t a hern ate eiiiph.. ud and all are tuU- eollectorship of internal revenue at
nig hold nkely. Mo.tof the s -hools Kansas I i'.y inllines tho entire M'.s-v-ere
orgaola' d vest-rday. In Missjsurl - iimuiiit.y w ith the flesire of
, , '.11 i ,. 1 gossl 'i he hit utily Of the elevonth
n.hisons mom the largest attend- imr..lu: , ,,, , n.f ,oniBr ArM.u, ,
..uie .s uiiiii, licr ht'iiiiui ,,ii jowl.-
... ...1 11. 1 1..1. - ,.
ai !v have to be divi led.
ii;i hut- will be employe J
-choolaas soon as the finances will
So far the Uuthrm public autionls
have been vrv suecesaful. and thU I
j year promise to be a red tetter on
People of the city shot Id eaourjfe
SOLDIER AFTEH THEM.
' Vmmvim viu, ru into the strip I'roai th
' Hi nrvai.'ii urn W.oiIkI.
The general inivenient Is beiug 1
pushed aulut the ' 'tiers In the strip
b the Tliiid a.a r sho yeaUirday
1 Minmelictd a s ai. 1 thi ujli the strip
for the naiuej udun mn who made
th run from tuu wul 1 -i-le of Hit-
nil, ceo reservation und the eastern
p 1 1 111 of the strip.
'1 lie it suit will 1111 loubtedly bo a
1, u-'e 111 the ownership of a grout
1 lo luii-.t aid most eomplet'- stock
'of school book
aud bshuul supplui.
,... 1t,,,.rlit t 'ItitlirlA has in-,! bepii
".----. .. ".,T.r..T,'",. . .."
received ai me mpimn-ii) uuuu iuic
i:omesceUer' liiiide wi'h latest map
of the str.11, couiry sea's, land otH f,
1. .mn, lin.- tie for -ale b. 1' M
Hi ugs and Ho ills tf
The Kimball grocery company has a
modern new delivery wagon They
bought u fron I n. Lyon, the impl -
(lu j . j-,.,.
WlMi'. t. ri.mt f r a pend.d,
'.ot il- s, r , ,, , oil Dk.ahi St.i
CllUi. a, w 1 - K lt.ll.
hri mth a Konrnrsox.
Ja"k i, a ,
' 1 ," s. iin-s extra'
1 1 r Li ic - . s etc 1
w I Li 11
jfd in the "t ., Iliyt'tu.
nt Ltllles drag btor ,
iiui liatr on
and Seeond street
TRAINS MUST STOP,
CITIZENS Ol" PONUCKUh'iC MAKE
(HUilt'n lllilliil til I lie Neil TtiMn-Ali
lliilllimtintlr .Miijnr -Ollirr Inter-
Hon. II .1. IVnsaon, provisional mayor
of. Round roml. U In the city. lie
comes for the purpose of filing n sworn
statement mid iipponlliig to the gov
ernor nnil the department to slop
t.inins nml unload nml ttihe on Kisen
gers nnd freight nt thu count? sent
f Ii county. Ilu saya that Hound
I'ond shows by ti census Just 1011
cluded to contiiln 3.IW? souls nml 40Q
Inwyera. A eoinp'eto system of eity
Uorernifont has boen OHtttblished con
sihlliiffof It. J, Vaiii, uinyor; .) T
Voss, trenmirer; B. C. Wenteott. ity
clerh: II. .1. Wesson nnil Alvin A Men,
coininlltuu of pnblle safety. 'Jhey
issue teitipornry certificates u on
town lots by authority of the
townstto bonrd, which will be
received ' as prlitin facie evldenc of
tltla Ily thla means thry hnvo raised
the funds to dig ft wplls. in eacl of
whlclr Is a plentiful supply of pood
witer, and equip thu same with
pumps. Also have established ?rn les
DAD FOR THE DEPOSITOHS.
lMC(i (r o Sl ",,,.,,,. , Kltnl tr, rUy SMV.
,l(r, nnh only ssss.ona.
Kansas Cm, Mo., Sept- ','$. The
long looked for nppraisoment of the
assets of the suspended Knnsnn t'.ty
Sufe Deposit and Savings bank, on
which tho court's appointees, Marie
Coppingor, .lohu A. Moore and Samnel
ilidenour liave been at work for tlnrtv
tnySj Wtt, i0l to-day.
The foco yaluo of the banlc's asaelB
was 53,041,000 and upon them the up.
l)rnisei.a paco ft value of S3S.'..OO0. In
ponm, fl .es tho ,Jt,osits nggi-egato
,,,, Ou-iires tho detnslts n,ri-pe-ntn
- --a i- --rtwm rt -
$1,750,001 and to meet this tho Inlik
has assets valued at S-H.1,000, fifty per
" H the value fixed by the up-
pruisers Is realised on and deducting
foos 0f t10 ps!,ignoe, linanclers sny,
the depo Itors should got at least bV.
tee ,"lyny, ,nnu forlyeight per
eent on the dollar.
TO COIN SILVER.
'yiiillfato of Weillliy SiiiilliwestBruor
JIc-lii HT I'utiiiril fop fll't l'lirpoie.
UoxiiAM, Texas, Sept. 2.'.. A syndl
cato ineludiiig prominent men of
Te.vus, t'olonulo, -Missouri ami Kan .us
is being formed to coin silver into
doll a it of a hoxiigon shape at the rate
of 31,000,000 por mnth, or more,
if thu legislatures of these stales
will declare such coin a legal
tender. It is claimed that each
'tale can ooflslltntlonally do so, and
mat no liiuivtitual or corporation Is
,,r .hibited from coining as much sM-
vcr into standard dollars as they wi h.
provided llu shane of such coins is
, ,ni iiu, people ot uuiiornln ls.se ,i
in- hexagon hfly-dollar gold piece, in
the V,.. ml uo ope dlspu'.ed the r
right to do so
TO FIGHT AT CONEY ISLAND.
Hit, licit All n In-1 II l-i SlRinituro to A.-tl-1
14 1Ah.il ( .rbolt Will AImi sKn.
Ni. oi.i, sept. .'3. At the Huff
man house this afternoon Chnr.es
Mitchell ngn -d urUoles with the
I oney 1 -land Alhlotio elllb to 1. .t
-lames J. ( orbett for the championship
of the u..r!il and a puwo of SlO.i, n
or uooul Jiect-iuuer la next J he
.sitie'.es will be taken by .Iudg New
font) Asbuiy pnik to-morrow 1 . r
butt is ti.ioiing tlere. Corbett's s-.,'-nature
will tlieii be attached to tho
A Imi-Ic llnrse
Wianii.iov Sint "-i Tlw. piv.-v
. .. .... " .. .
Condltiona :i thev ex'sl
1 d.tv wiiii Id warrant bookmakers in
.eying lua,vjr odds ou Wltlen Mc
Donald us ngniust the field made up
, f Joe Finite, Clint Tlllory and a ftw
A ChureJi Tor lrv llrlnfi.
Xi.w iiat'KiWit'K., N. J. Kept. 2-1 i
'i'he rriu ton preebytery of the ( Bin
Uerl 1 11.I ehureh ree-nt y pnr.-unsed tha
church eil I rlo of the Ketnseit Avenue
Ituptist chuiih iu this eity. with the
ostensib'o object of founding a church
of the Cumberland faith. However,
the main purposa of the move U now
known to be to pla-e tho Uev. Ur.
Hriggs of Xew York, wh i baa be?n
nrohlbited from preaching .11 the regu-
j tar 1'resbyteriun pul.)il. In charje.
llr.TlclHrlils" ltmli liif otli'iiff.
W siiiNOTOSl, Sept S.' Congr'sss
man l!r 1 ;iuridgj of Kentucky to-d.iy
tiled at lhe eity hall lure his reply to
ll. charges md.) by Made', in j V. Fol
lai.l of si da Hon and breach of prom
1 Mr liieikinridgo denies ail the
ehuiges or Miss Pollard He says that
when tii st they me', she requested him
to cuM 1 11 her u' the s.-iu nary which
she was iitteiidiiig. Ske intimated
that a man of th 11 a 11 .f Rhodes had
ioii-eu iici- ,1-id ,. 1, hue uanteii
liV 1' ui! i e
ll.rr.- S'.i.lln l . -.-., I tag I'm.
Waii'Xoiox, Su;t '.'.V Th " els ap
parent uiisappreh'- isjJn in the 1 I- 1,,
kee strip that the 'aw rp.iinrcs th in
I to Hie their elainis nt the local l.u, 1
'"lye without de ay I uderthe,., 1
'an us thev have thu-e niuntl.s i,,
"''"" " ""'" ' ' n.i-n.'- It ,s
" ' 1 "ll ' "" "" " to si. ,u 11 .
, lhv! 1 'lol'ity ' tu.l'lr clal -" oider to
e -nip w itj 111 - law
A' I har.ois of n'liii .,, , ,
11. w planet ot l.u , 1. m .1' u 1 -intiUi
......v v. ltKMVI.t,l,U ItU.l llloc-
Mis 1" s uiii li rs , 1 lu s 1 n
ii.. 11 . t . ' . .. .1 is in : p 1 1 , s in r
tirrir.il in the eily aftt 1" a piolonged
lsit 1.1 th cist W h-re she h is se.-ar. d
the I 1 1 ' si 1 1 -, '11 i ill i'h 1 ai ui is
... p. ' .t 1 t 1 'f f '.i I ,
.f . . Ori 1 i 11 1 . .' !a r
1,1 1 "1 1 si n tvioo jsif
1 Sol Tlbi sr Till I V l ir
HROxNSON, IN REAR OF BANK
Is Hie Best and Cbcapcst Paint on the Market.
Wlmt is it that jjlvoa nny Paint Durability, Beauty ot Finish
and Prosarvativo Quality?
PURE LINSEED OIL ONLV.
To every jrnUon of lammer Pure
01 i lire iinw iiinncni wu wj ruuuuu reuuy
When you nild n gallon of pure, fresh
know thnt.iou will have a ready-mixed Paint, made from pure Linseed Oil,
mid not one made from Liquid Adulterants. This necessary addition of row
Linseed Oil pln-os the durability of your l'alnt under your own control, nud,
if pure Oil is used, the durability is assured.
This l'alnt is most economical, as compared with other Ucady-Mlxcd l'alnt
ttiMtilltcli as the ponsiiuter does not pay tor Linseed Oil used at the rate of cost
of Uendv-Mixed Point, ?I.IU to 81.70 in-r gallon. After being thinned with
pure Linseed oil. one gallon of the mixture will cover 300 square feet two
coats, on good .surface.
There i no other l'aint made that can ofTcr absolute proof of durability,
nt a cost of 81. :" per gallon to the consumer. fSTl-'or sale only by
F. B. LILLIE&CO.DnUO.BOOKA.NIWS DEPOT, GUTHRIE
rr.itit 1 111 r chat.
Tho women holding lots say: "Wo
don't want any men sleeping on our
Drug stores nre needed.
Dry goods stores are needed.
Tlu pubMe park Is taken up a? busi
ness lot. It seems that at tho last
moment the park was abandoned.
Logan coui.ty f.miieii, are selling
their residence lots for $S0 and are
goin? baek home. The first band of
music was pl.ii insr in tho streets Inst
night TheC.riat A merienn circus is
Ileal Hstate Ilargls went to Outhrlo
jesterday and left si's men to guard
his improvements on his lota As soon
as he was out of sight Segiunn Mills
of Chandler, with a squad pf men,
thrs'w hisiinproieiiicntsiiito Ihestreet.
15. 1'. McCabe has a contest on a
Horn co Ilivm has n contest on a
good business lot mid was offered
51,000 for it if he could clear the title.
Sixty real estate men are anxiously
Waiting for Boine kind of titles to be
issued, as there is plenty of work lo
do In that line.
A man with nn ox stood off two men
with Winchesters near The Li-: vhkii
Ono man stood off IS with a Win-
cheater, who were attempting to re
move Ills Ijlij ovements Deputy Sher
iff Xols Wnireu took the gun away
from hi 111.
Deputy l". S. Atiui'bcy Stone with
six doputy l' marshals inspocted
tho beer tents yesterday to find if all
hud government license.
Wells are beiug dug all over the city.
IMenty of good water can be leached
at SO feet.
Thero has been lohslderable trouble
created along the land oflijo line.
llognlar number, have made no pro
gress on n'cvount of lioodlums in lino
mid wailrtwr .tOiulLjibj'ir numbers.
Deputy Skmi'$s7nT!lf7br was sta
tioned at WO line this morning nud
everything went smooth.
Twen ty-fire an. tionecrs are labeled
for business on the street .
Ex-Probate .lodge Calhoun rode iu a
wngon to Ulauk Hear at the rate of 10
miles per hour and secured a good
claim. Theitsa to Perry and captured
two rcsldemo lota in West 1 u-ry.
Preside at Richardson of tho bauk
says, "I don't like to g'.ve my busi
ness away, but you can tell the people
that there Is plenty of money in
Farmerjf. A. Hoy. who lives three
miles west- was circulating a petition
yesterday for eountv com mis doner.
From hit luU of endorsers lie seems to
be well known and the right man for
IL II. Kolltii, lumber dealer, is here
from HliliWaUraad OrlamU and so far
in selling out rupidl;. He will have
one q( lhe largest yard in I'e ry. ,
Iaul StllUh lumber company of Kan
sas City have tiw'r yard stulted out
and n traeer Went to I'mecll to see
after hU lumber. He telegiuphs that
CO ) car of lumber for l rry are iu u
dilemma at PBr-ell and lower points.
AH peraons are warned not to buy
or lease lot 4 in bio k 31, Ferry, us
the same ta claimed by II. II. Heaves
and to.not for sale or lease.
Price. tttfro q j, Ou0tf, no jut j
wheat, M.i.'ic Na ShirJw.nal il il't3
No. i UrJ 'l.e it, H i'Mi rJe-(oj U.-1 1 wbOit,
mMo No - rot wiiuit. M ,S,rj N'j 3 rod
wheat f, A: So ro.l wiieu SI" .1
Coax W.s ',e lo.vtr uul ut llie co-e nold
rvtaersla-vlv but early soaiu sales ...s UI -ta M
ycslerJy werv miilo HttelpU o( iru W
cars a year a o. Trar He 4 oil .el ol.' st
ito Nv. 1 nlt .!' Ko 4 nnxoj f ,e
UO 1 rati". Mu.aj Mo 3 whl'.e. .!.,'',,!
Ntt. S urblto ll'W "4 wh to SI', 1 S ll.,;,.-,
pl(l 9 ' 3i) ,c MiMfSlp'ii river .or No i curs
pawl ug'iT'Mi' river fur '' 4 lilo corn No
jalm4 Ha'd IH Me:n.ills iui I No '.' Ulto
43a UeuipUls .
st. I. HUM.
Ht. thorns Mn Sept 11- lteoelytn Uoai,
...WJbU. Ii i . cir. nil ".II hi: torn T(6l6lia
last year ' - ' um w W bu 1 1 it yvr
r.lJObu r.. 1 ::;".'. 1 shlimt-ntn licit,
UST..7 tn ..11 ii.Vm l.a oat i ,;i l.u
rye, I-'' ' ' r -.'ill b'll. Who.U CjUh
a',o - 1, t.- i. o.lqber. Hc Uc-.-m
tor. r,; ,o, M. T4'e I'vr .-4." wli JBj So;i
lure 1 1 ,v l lo'jtf. ? 4c Uv em'J-r. !.Uo.
Mi. W 1 " '' i. toier 1 ,c.
liS.s my I.TvK STOCK.
bis is ii,,- Mo '-i-.ii ,'t i a'tlo lie
ui' (. ' 1 1 s ir 1 sbi in 1 u.l-r ly.
:..i ui., J..J 'IU- iin.'ii mi lalr.y
. 1 , . . nl .-j, ntnur West
in icj(!y I'm ters aua calie j, Me lj bul
ttcji 'le.as -.illiM, l'4
tin ,. .1 1. .1 .ml lili:ln: ! r. f : 11 101
in' ru'iiiCM IIM io.anili .11. ;.((
1 1 . .-, 11 1 ii 1 a 1 ti r 'J -') -' ' i.'oi
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1, I 1 ;i( u ?. , il ii 1 i i rUy,
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1 1 ... 1 1 1 ' im 1 !'i 1 . 1 . 1 1.4 from
-'.efi III i-i U TTI liipiM-il
1 1 a ri et In e 1 s, , 1
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Prepared . I'ulnt must be added one gallon I
lor i aiming.
Linseed Oil to a eallon of Paint, vou
Rapid growth of the flnjrer nal's Is
considered to indlento good health. I
The world contains about T.DOO.O'iO
Hebrews, about .1,-100,00tl of whom !
dwell In Russia und 1,700,000 in Aus
tria. A farmer of Gloucester, It. I., uses a
bedstead whose posts and sides are '
made of granite. This Is getting
down to bedrock.
"Have ,1 cigarette? These arc the
kind the infanta smokes." "I'm afraid
to risk It Perhaps she selects her
cigarettes herself " 1
A popular Kentucky souvenir spoon
represents a race track, a statue of
Mary Anderson, and a barrel of whis
key entwined with tobacco leaves. !
' (Ireen goods" circulars linve been
flooding the West again. It docs noff
seem possible that unybody, even if
mentally weak, could be induced to.
pay any attention to these silly elrcu- '
The condition of the atmosphere ot
Sea Isle city the other day led to a
peculiar mirage. Looking seaward
one could see three large three-masted
schooners suspeudo 1 upside down ap
parently, a considerable distance
above the surface of the ocean.
I'tider the laws of the statu of
Georgia the salaries of day laborers,
especially railroad men, can not be
garnisheed. .ludgo Key has been 1
called on to decide a ease of evasion
where the claims were transferred so
that the salaries could be garnisheed
In lc3 G. V. Train wrote the follow
ing verse for the purpose of express
ing liis contempt for General Ucorge
(eonto the 1 ir-t was reckoned vile.
And iller tleorgo tho Second
And nhit mortal over heard of nny good of
Ueorso the Thhd?
And when from nurtti the Fourth nucorulpd,
vim uc iiruiieu iuo ueorso is cniieu
In a quiet cottage near Ipswich!
river lives one of Hie lineal descend- i
v.iki De pruiipu luoucorgois cmled
ants of the famous King Philip, wlio
was killed in 1070. Kmmn Jane Staf
ford, the daughter of Zerviah -Mitchell,
of Lakeville, is well known in Ipswich
as connected by blood to the great
Indian chieftain; and the (lutter of a
V,l1,l,,-n ",l,T,-t ,1.r. ....l Ic 11,., r.1.1
wddobrrii;!,:!;!'"' ? m
of the philosopher, Ralph Waldo
The large stone barn on the Green- i
bank farm, n quarter milo east of ,
.Media. Fa., was totally destroyed by j
flrclatoly. The attention of Mr. l'an
coast, the owner, vn$ nttraeted by the
barking of his dog and thinking some- i
one might be at the barn, he went
there Immediately and found it in '
Humes, lie had scarcely time to rescue
two fine horses, and nil his machinery,
wagons, harness and farming Imple
ments went ip the Humes.
A farm at Tuesdoll, Wis , of which
F. C. Tory is superintendent, holds
the record for the production of twip
Thero are. Unclaimed, n pair or twii
boys, a pair of twin calves, a pair of
twin colts and 100 pairs of twin lambs
on the farm.
.lack Rice, a one-eyed, one-armed
and one-legged man, was before a
Flushing, L. L, police magistrate for
.ISSUIUllIlK ,11113 UI IS ( UILfHUOl-6
....,... ... , , ...
pommoii pusuiue oi nis-iinu me mag-
istrnie compioicii tne one-sideil altair
by giving him one month.
William (). Garrison of Hridgeton,
X. J., is making a fortuno supplying
tho market with a fine quality of
gravel for canary birds. He owns a
piece of land in Salem county from
width Hie gravel is proaurod and he
ships It to Fliiladulphia by the boat
load. There Is no doubt that persons ure
often moonstruck, particularly in the
tropics. On warships no one is allowed
to sloop on deck, and the lunar rays,
therefore, can not reach them, but on
merchant vessels, where thero is less
discipline, epecially In hot weather,
tun, sleep on dock, and are often '
picked up insensible in the morning, f
A curious freak of nature can be i
seen on the farm of J. I). Fetrle, near ,
Lorttue, Oregon. It consists of a ilr
tree which has grown entirely around
a white oak tree. The ilr tree is
l.M. feet high and about five
diameter three feet from the ground.
Tho size of tho oak tree is not known
except where it projects from tho fir,
I altout seven feet from the ground,
whuro it is six inches in diameter. The
oalc is dead, having been strangled by
the fir tome time ago.
That man has reached a high state
of grace who never blames his wife
fo his own mistakes.
Tho alexandrite, a stone which is
red by night and green by day, is one
of fashion's favorite jewels at present
Woman among savages is a boast of
burden; iu Asia she is u piece of furn
iture; in Europe she Is a spoiled child
Nell I had a real good cry last
night. I boo-hoocd for an koir
Italic And did your pipa get It for
Farents are not afraid of churehos
They may not belong to them but we
never saw ono who tried to keep his
'1 he res-arches of a ,lui,i a prof, s
(Sf- -i.itvinco him tlui lu ancient
H' pttl.ebellest.se Hair untitles
cf face palntsas complex on uiorovers
OF INDIAN ThRR 1 1 K V
... Mill iniT I II i i-ilMllW
It ,s tnc l.cllliii
-1 .tint fiiHst drink
I or offer our fiicir
It i-i picfcrablc
. , in Kcncrai m fcr jt l0 wine.
mono in uicwing neci is
NOT HOW CHEAP,
Uo sure and
A . ,3. .tA
T , WW r
Anheuser-Busoti Bottled Beer,
Before leaving for the Strip, since the water may be scarce and that
which you get may not suit your palate, and also
endanger jour health.
CAN BE FOUND JT ALL
xz& M Vv cosy ij ff i TSvtJ i B
JShelf wi(H-Ieavy IIanlw;uc
3P3C2SST SSSSeOS3' 2
Gi:o. A. Mktcau President.
Capital National BaK
Capital fully paid,
TT 1 ' 1 1 C
U nUlVlCled prOlllS,
Fire, Lightning and Tornado Insurance.
I 1 t
"Sun" Fire of London,
Caledonia u of Scotland.
Gall al 107 West Oklahoma Avenue.
Second St. and Cleveland Ave.
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Vl! S 1 1 1 !i 1 E i,
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Watch this sp.lCC II yOll want
, anything ill OUT line,
, 'pini e-nxim house
Ni-rooni house and horn.
ISet hiislinws lot In to'.vn..
Inside husliiP'.s Ut
Sl lots and '.'-room house.
Tiv i lots ou II aril ion ave.
CALL AND SEE US.
! Spencer & Robertson
Cleveland hi. Esst of Division St.
OL L J, IHi-
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M MIMU I ttMZh DllUtin,
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1 FOR A GOOD
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MI ML I Mill
It fJf v
o can .Iniik jnurself
to strong ilrinks and
BUT HOW GOOD.
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M. L. TiiiXElt, Uahier.
Fin: Insurance in best com
panies. We write Tornado
Insurance. We write Life and
WE LOAU MONEY
On Farm or Town Prop-
erty at lowest current
E. H. CHANCEY. Proprlotoi
Newly furnished and refitted through
out. Only first-class hotel in thu city.
Special attention given to commercial
Guthrie people receive a cordial wel
come. FOR A GOOD
y 1WAT1U fmn
Cleveiend Ave, West of Division St,
ansier. irunK Line
ESTABLISHED APRiT. 22) jS89
115 Oklahoma Ave.
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