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A. SA MI'S 1.1.,
ArniRK .xt I.xw.
- 'urn t Minion mil SiHSiiul
Practli" in nil r nri.
OrNr.Ftw n i I.MnATrKii.v.
Tni.'ln' 11 -lill-lr-iii!
ATrORNKVS AT Lwv,
Weit of Cajiltol National Hank llaltdlng.
A 0. C. Iln-rer, John II. Cotteral.
UJRIJlt - COTTIIRAL,
ATroiiNtvs at Law,
J..pli Wlsby. C. G. Hornor.
yiSKY vS: HORNOR,
R nm iva. Otcr Copilot National Hank.
Attorney at Law,
OrtUe oer "llee Hive" CIiUIiIitb.
Attorney at Lav,
Jrtice, nfeonil tiullillnu went of DUtrlct cou.
room, up sinks.
JJ D. TODD,
Attorney at Law,
Half block west of U. S. land ofllco.
Attorn avs at Lw,
Q S. CUNNINGHAM,
ArroRNEV at Lwv,
ARTER S. CUNNINGHAM,
Attorney at Law,
114 North Ifirst Sj, Guthrie, Ok.
YM. SMITH & CO.,
AlTORNEYS AT L,w,
Porrtj, - - Oklahoma.
E3J"I have inoi'lati!il with in In all laud
ea.o, ?. I). D.-ekerof (lutlirle.
OHFion lfirt St, and Oklahoma Ave
UiaiDUXCE Second SU and Noblo Ave,
"y E. FURROW,
Second and Oktuhonm avenue,
Commercial Hank Ihiilding, Rooin
35. Resilience corner of Elm and
)R. D. STEVENS,
Physician and Surgeon,
McKlllinnoy's Drug Stiro Second St.
IX II HALT II A XI) DISK AS Ii
E. S. Donnelly, Druggist
110 OKLAHOMA AVti. (iuniuiK. 0. T.
l!g to ac plaint the iuliablt.ints of
(iutlirio and dUtrK-l that ho has just
ooinplotJ I arrangements whereby he
has semred the exclusive right for the
bulo of the celebrated
SPECTACLES MB EYEGLASSES
to huitall defe ti of vU'jii and at
prices to suit all pur-.es.
Tlio eyes carefully te-ted free of
barge and correct leue ucv'tiratulj
Brick and Stone Work
Will Give eureful utt ntlon to
Cistern and Chimney Work.
Office al Siita Fe House, 1(5 So.Bth St.
Courthouse Barber Shop
If you want n flrst-olass Shave or
Hair Cut call aud see us.
C. T. VINSON, Proprietor, I
r.ii-n.-K- 'Stllafdellon y - fJTTW
i " i'i .n- and lif. "dfifev "' li W
.It S-rr.c.-. g$Zt'T'll
" s. J)Ni:s - son, ITI'
PIIKIIIIK Wa ilAlfelKIK-Sia
AND OilASub 'iHK IIANCMMAN
pon ins urn
iiiitii.i.iNti AiiTisNrntr or
mtAK.t mot 11 man.
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Hlitlr Tmrlnif n 1 mil "' l Mrlnkn
lij- ii Mail llllH! nml 1 nnil I'Kiin
n llnrrllili) Dmitli hj Mlrnriilou
Mint by h Cowliey.
iirrn itiitcn .er:ii nnys I oforo by ti
in" ni'Vci-rinVI1"111''1'1"'"1 ha'1 Kl ot on bfluK
111', rtl..A l l" . R,.,,.. hi tiirnuilli hrilronhohlc sviiiii
of hiirMilmrK i nl- ini
inir nt llio ralr of
thirty miles an
Jj2j) hour In nol u plean
ffi, imt one. W lien o
lnn'1 slalllon in in
wil'l pursuit, it In
o much worse A
K'jbnuktt loc h
man by the name
of 'J hompson hurt
audi an experience
a fi-w days niro It
a n miracle tlml he livoa lo leu tho
-.tot v of liia lut f r l.rcmltli rirane from
in ii w fill ilcatli. Ihompnoii In l!u
inner of thr Happy Ju.'k c:t
Jn much, and was on his
tvtiv lo tho 1'ltiltp river. When
lie iliMiiotinU'd to oxnmino the tr.iil,
iv h i li ho wan boginninif to Mf-po I
.vasatlav or two oltl. whun lie ob
torvetl a. liorce filiinliip to wnrda him at
i rnplil gallop. Tho animal wan not
-tmltlletl. butsliowo:! innrki of being in
ecenl iiiio, anil .Mr. Thompson ton
ludiil that he lintl probably broken
loinii from lilsownor, antl Mint the lat
ter would foon beontlookinfT for him,
so rii'olvod to eKtt li him Advancing",
the nttlumnu hcltl out hie hand to thu
straii(,'or, but the nnimul snnpped nt
him and inndo a dart for tho othor
horse, tryinir to bllo and kicking out
with his hocla. Thompion now saw
that the runaway was fnuming in a
manner that meant 1110:0 than heat
from bin gnllo), and thinltliif; that the
animal wan mail hustcnotl to his
horno'R help ,
rilnffiiiff hiiusulf into tlic suldle, be
clapped npurs to b .1 an I mntlo a
bruak for the plnco v. 'u-ru lie ha-l left
the mill rorr.-ilk'd her I. 'J'hn fren.iod
horse gavti ciiase, and then began a
brcalt-iicctc r co for life over tho
prairie, Thompson iiossessed tho atl
van 111 go of having tlio uuiiual ho bo
strode frcbh and titidor porffct control,
whilo tho purNiior was ablo to run
only by hpurts, with tho irregularity
of iiiiuliioHB. nnil half blindly, but in
spite of this he was kuIIIu ontlv near
to rundrr the ease one of great o.t ite
mont and danger, for from the furious
creiituru'a bolllgurcnue dlspluved at
TUP. CUA7.V llOlUlt IS ItOT rtltMVIT.
lirsU it was oasy to see what would be
the fate of animal or man who fell bo
So, without sparing whip or spur,
ThniiMHon Hew over the ground
with tho umil horn! only a few
doMin yards in his roar, 'the
danger was increased by the e
IslciuT of largo cracks in thu nnrtli
gaping for water, winch "wero oft n
iiiito wlda iiunugli to admit of the
horse hu rotle fulling wltii one foot in
tliom and breaking a limb, w'icn he
woiihl be nt-ttie merry of the iiiiliii,'
raging animal clo-e behind liim. which
itlloweil no lime for picking thowny
oner these pitfalls Hut tlio I'ery lit
tle Spanish mustang ridden by Thomp
son seemed to realize that liW life tt ml
that of his rider depend' tl mi his s'.ill
in avoiding theso cracks, and Hew over
thorn likeu bird, todoiiblimr li s speed
whenecr t' o hor&o following raven
shrill i.hriek of warning.
Once Thompson saw a rattlesnahe
leap out a' thu minting as 1h i lcared a
diimp of tall prnirio grass and spring
at his lieela, but tho b'ow fuilvd, und
tho saako fastonwl itself on the
lower leg of the nuitual tbat
enmo after, but. with the
long, groeiilah body atill hangs to it
thu mad horse did not stay for a mo.
ment. and, as the mustang paused for
u seoond to gather llsolf for ti letip
across a yielding place In the am th
whom some mole had once excavated
its home, gained somewhat on tho fly
ing pair. Looking buck, Thompson
saw tho boast not more than thirty or
thirty-rive yards behind him, and,
thinking the horse almost upon him,
lashed the mualnug into a tun lli:it
made tho ground seem to spin beneath
Ills nimble fuot, antl Mas nuiidly out
distancing his pursuer when he felt
sriKHUti AM KEIX.
the girth at out his steed give wsy.aud
ehutiled hlui only lu t!nt to save him
solf s hard fa'l.
The sndale slid off tho inustsug's
back, and Thoinpsou, with his foet
still in tho ktirrup. fell essily to the
ground He picked himself up, ami
tcmiuud the prairie with anxious ees
fo ' holp of some sort. Aud. '.) his re
lief, lie suw a horseman riairg a -ros
tho pluln a ciiarter of a wile away,
and, standing up, ho halloed to this
person Hut at Urat his cries sc.-iued
incapablo of re.iewing th mci, who
dirttotad his course in un i) i ,ue l.ne
from where Tho npou stoo I :.!n utin0'
At last, however, his :.t cution sp
pearcd to ho attrncted by th bchu or
of the mad Lorse, aud. f dlo iug with
hisees.he made out th inn h".an
and caught the latter
I ils i'l.t-
ting spur to lil In i
came on at ,i r . '.'.
hand a gnu . '.
with reli' f.ii
uiad hor e i . l I. i ' '
'lie hoi I reatli fioiu i..c upcu luoiun
'.celled Willi I! nl fi am a slm
dvhisilcl nasi ii ji und s'iu-l the
iiiad. Iiiud an. in. full in th tu iie.i
lies'. gg I .1 ui lf'ta ati'e tl.c
' ' lit
K a i
i 's . I
, ii. i Mm i-ollslnx
. -li' i.lt Ml the trtuli who
I 11 In I linivon' rescue
C"i i, ai.l thftminjr hln
mi tin' t eumi'ti crealnro.
tint an oihI In its
i lis fur niisrhlof.
titlit-ry nnil Its iuiv-
Th' tlmi'ly help wai a row bar f'Oin
il I'l-.'iniil.l lunch ranch, who lintl
1 1 '. i it hunting mitle-ctireil rabbits
v. li. ii li- a 'I hompftoii's distress. Ho
id. iitilic.l tlio liurso n olio from n
pl.i near lltokcn How, which ha'
WA1 IT A VISION?
uuplu Am llrrnmliiK Tlit-r Dftrn
01 iMiiiM Sprln?! (CVn ) CorrnMn.lenen I
In (onvursatiott with frlontls a few
dn.s ago Mr. (hnriosll. Hurland told
tho following remarkable Incident antl
ttskod for an explanation. Tho on
veisaliiu had tttrnod upon tho recen!
interest shown by tho people in i.plr
itualistic matters and Harland avow oil
hinuolf a bolicver lu tho science.
"I wlsli to say.'' said Mr. Harland,
"that I have long studied spiritualism
and am convinced that ills a truth.
Among the spirits with whom I have
bran lu communication through medi
ums is nn Indian who comes to talk
with mo nearly ctery time I sec a mo
dluirl. I havo no mediumistie powers
myttlfnud get all my information
through others. One day in convoca
tion with this Indian 1 osued him
about the happy hunting grounds, and
he replied that lie would show them
lo tin tomo dny.
"I trnvo Uo matter vcrv little
thought and supposed ho was Just jok
ing. 1 .spend about half my tlmo in
the woods, and on one of my recent
trips I had an experience that 1 wish
to tell j ou and ask your opinion of 1
was fiellng extra well and blrong, and
stnrtcJ out on thp mountn us above
Monument Park. N hllo sitting under
one of tho'o big trccs.on the lop of th
foothills, looking down on tho park, I
suddenly felt a most unaccountable
drowsiness, and lay down antl was
asleep almost instantly. Then 1 had
a peculiar dream. I thought I was
riding along In a beautiful country
through waving grass thickly bestrewn
with flowers. liaino abounded on
all sides, and 1 thought I hail never
seen such a line country. I leached a
stream and thu waters were so clear
that I could sco thcllsh pla.i lug about.
' lie bottom was covered with a white,
sand, and the hoofs of my horse did
not scout to dis olor tho water in the
least with mud fn m tho bottom. Xcar
the ford wero a number of Indians
lishing. I sat u my horse while he
drank, but the Indians paid uo al en
tion to mo I passed on and scorned to
be at a loss as to which way to go.
Whilj in this diluminn I met an old.
Indian man and little Indian boy.
hllo he did not talk ho directed me
to whtro I wished to go. 1 reached
my destination and woko up.
"I thought thn dream strange, but
whatwfts my surprifo when I ne.t
saw a mitlinm, M Indian asked
about my trip, and said he was tho
old Indian with tho little boy who di
rected me on tho wav- H w-n a
dream, ns wo know dreams but It. was
undoubtedly tho fulfillment of the,
iromlse lo taut mo over to tlio nappy
Hinting grounds. Was I Influenced
from outddu, or did my own mint!
play Pie this prank?"
ON A LONELY flOAD.
I An I own (ilrl I'oiinil Jlurilrroil on a
I Annio Weiss, tho 10-year-old dangli
! tor of .lacob Weiss of Marshalltown.
I Iowa, wiis iiiurdered tho other night
i north of firccn Mountain. She was
i wo. king in the family of Honry Hitssc,
a well-to do farmer, and went to tho
I house of a neigh
I bor, Andrew llur
l L'ess, ii mllo dis
tant to visit an
a e 1 1 ua i n t a no e.
Mai ling to return
about I t) o'clock,
she bad traversed
about half the dis
tance when a man
j n m pod from his
hi ling place by tho
roadside and struck
her on t li c head
willi a club. Ho
then cut hor throat from ear to ear,
her hand boing almost severed fiotn
her body, and ten knife wounds bein:
itiudo in her breast and back. Mr.
Burgess and his young son, who had
not yot ret' red, heard the girl scream
three times and husteued to hor assist
anco. They f. und hor lying in the
road dead, and hor assailant flown.
In one hand she held llrmly a bunch
of the murderer' n hair.aud there were
other evidences of a terrible struggle
but no traee of tho man has yot been
discolored, a! though passes and noarlv
t the entire community arc scouring th.
! emintry to find him.
Mailman Ciiiiimlta a )tillt Crimp.
A double tragedy occurred at Tall
Itiver, Mass., the other night. ne
victim was Charles II. Connors, ngod
it) years, and thu othor Andrew (lib
sou, aged 4.1 yours. Gibson cut Con
nors' throat with a r.uor ami after
ward ran nuko I through the Holds for
thirty minutes, slushing and tear ug
his own throat until he inflicted
wounds from which ho died. The
'.ragedy took place between ll.l'i and
l'M.1 in., but (iibs m did not die tin
til ti o'clock tho next liiorDin.'. Con
nors was passing Gibson's houio, when
a cry of "Murder"' caused him to en
ler He wa met by tilbeon with the
above result. The murderer and sui
cide is believe I to hae been insane
Of Minneapolis, Minn.
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1 .III II II II i H I I I'BIl II i I A A V PI
School will otjcn September 27,
REV. JOEL F. SMITH, A. B., S. T. B.
Miss Bosworlli lias Accepted
Com;if tent Professors and Teachers will be employed nml
thorough Work will be done in all departments.
l'trlies desiring lo patronize a first-class school will do
well to correspond with the President for rates. Students
:an secure rooms in the building.
BEFORE GOING TO THE STRIP
B HAL8TEA J3
ror Hardware, (1I.i.sh.iiv, .''mM-.. llottfhold (;..,.,, uf every iliserlp
Hon, nn. I save yoiifM If nion.'y. TerniN o. Vnyment made eav. Noil
can havo a dollar by tr.idiuy at my pl.'re, torner Harrthuu and Hivision.
I. W. Mi NKAI., I'iskiiie.nt.
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Hoard of Director In addition to ilp.tik Ofrtpfrni
A. J. SKAY, HORAt'i: SPfiKD, 110HT. MARTIN, IIKXRY MNN
V. J. HORSFALL, Cashier.
CI Cash Groee
NEW STOCK OF
rHE SILVER DOLL A
WYATT & CO., Proprietors.
Finest Bar in Oklahoma Territory. lOP West HoiTisoj
At Legislature Building',
MRS. D- E- MORELAND, Proprietress.
t V- .. - -
A cool and refrcshinjj beverage. Pure and
und 'Lr ted. For sale through
out the city.
1S93, under the direction of
a Position in the University.
A. W. I.ITTLK, VicE-l'itiiwiih.VT
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What Is the condition of yours? Is your Inir drv;,
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has VT. a.
lifeless appearance? Does it toll out when combed or
brushed? U it full of dandruff? Doc? your scalp itch? ,o
1 1 It dry or in a heated condition ? If Uiee arc sonic of i
y our symptomsbe warned in lime oryoti will become balu.
linhAtrounpisl. ItlprlluctklnInotnllaccHeWl''', '.' r'iltof wli-ntlRo
rfse n-b. Kunwlnli c i ' tlifl itl-mmaot tbe lialran.l n alp lod u lbeillcoT- C
trr . r l,.Ttolrrsith in. "Sfcoolnim "contains nntiifr .. aural tinr oil. It rf;
llir.initp,tulailHlzhtraUr"H.llncanit ri-f.viililng lini.c. Hy Mlnmlalli;i B'i
the rulliclvK, It MoH faUitfJ hair, cure Oatutrnff und yrvKt hair unlaid ,
""jJrKotp tho scalp clen. hcalthr. and free from lrrllatln(tnir.tlni,liT C
t t. .f il i t-wm m: n fMp. 1: dttroys raraittto initci; uhich cca u
ami .lr fmv ii l ''. . . , SC
If vmirclniKFl-tiaiitKvt ripply you nt i1IrttoTi, and w will ronrnl B
prrpnl.l, ' i fc i pi of pri. i..-owr,$i uu wr Uiltlo 6 JurJl.lU. 8o..p,C0c. m
iwr jir; CforSJ.90. ,
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TWO DOORstKOHTII OF HirilAHDWJN'S BANK
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f if the Strippers will soon return. "If you would ftvoiil the rush
t ome ntw ami get choice selection from the largest furniture antl rarj.ct
I'luporiiun in the territory.
SPECIAL UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.
A. J, SPRNGEL.
HOMPSCN & BLSNCOE
Lumber, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Lath and SHinglcs.
We cheerfully furnish estimates on all bills. Give us a call.
CI'OFE'WtY TTlTiCI' Tt
Containing the Homestead Law, the President's Proclama
tion, Forms and Instructions, Rulings by the
Secretary, together with a
NEW MAP- OF THE
Shuwing the Indian Allotments, is idw ready for sale at all
This Is tho Latot rl Mot Valuable Vork Uvr PubliRhod
on the HomMtoad i-aw,
For terms, address
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itinOiPT1 1 m 1 TTTTT T rr iT VaaJi 111 ife "'' '
Guns, : Pistols. : Amunltion.
IXL POCKET KNIVES. JiOUCMEH'S GOODS. '
Corner of Harrison Avenue and Division Street.
Root Hair Grower ii
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