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TmO liWADKll. OUTItRllD, OKLAHOMA.
Urn ttrtwvtxif&twPQ Rv7 " LOCAL SALAD. Story of n Dny In the Cupllnl Clr-Nw In llrirT. Only the puro cream is frozen at Mrs. llornbarger's. Try P. One drunk wns pulld yesterday. Ilnrry Ponkor Is down from 1'erry. H C C ralg of Pawnee n at thr Royal. Harry Vlagmnn, of Winlleld, was In the city yesterday. Kingfisher Is to have an artesian well. The Ncwklrk school dlstrlc. valua tion is 8140.000. Oo to the II )tel Dally itr your Sun day dinner. 7 7 t2 Colored Sunday schools will hold a picnic today tit Canlto! park. Captain .taokson wfll speak. if your liuslnoAS in not worth adver tising', advertise, it for sale. tf Attorney Kmery Foster of Chandler Is In the city. Horn. Ui Mr and Mrs. Trunk Pice land, 'Jliursday night, a girl. Muh Mice lTcltmuii ib cuudld.-itr fur superintendent of )!lnlioma county schools on the Populist ticket. i'otf.-H City swliool population I nearly flint, oncii is coming to the front rupldly. Craven's saloon has been treated to a coal of paint Kugonc Tucker, HI Heno's populat rjitaurauieur, came over yesterday on business. Several carloads of freigltt caino in on tho Santa Fo yesterday, despite the strike. Miss Nina Duncan of Stillwater Is the git en I of Miss Anna Hodenheltncr. Misses Helen Put her, Mary Colbert son and Messrs. It. U llrown, and A. H. U' Ml'vero visitors to tho city V" ggjlfkf"'" Crescent City. Prof. Strvkcr is holding a bchool meeting at MulhalL Mouse llrocktnan, Mduulng and D.tvls.nre over from Stillwater. Tho new ward buildings are begin ning to loom uo Immensely. L T. Dally is preparing to move tin colored paper, "Tito Political Kduca tor" from Dallas to this city. Ex-Assistant United States District Attorney John Stouu was presented a hindsomo gold watch by Kx-Distrlei United States Attorney Horace Speed. Somo person has thrown a number of dead ehickuus in the mldJic o Mansur avenue, on the west side, which needs the attention of tin health ofllccr. The Trinity Guild hum issued unhpu invitations containing handsome lltt.lt "money bags," to u "birthday party' to be given on duly 0 It promises t be an interesting affair. Perkins people are stirred up over tho appc-muee of a huge mountain lion in thai vicinity. " A big celebration was heldatSpriup ""Vreck ou tho Fourth. Messrs. Clarke, 8j lulling, Until and Mills mndo ad orcsses and tho Misses Sherwood gavi a program of readings nud recitations. Jtulge David M. Klic-ii, the golden throated Demosthenes of Lincoln county, Is sojourning In Outhrlt Judge thinks the capital city U a sum m or resort and, being an optnnUtii sycophant, he never mltses an oppoi t unity to take a plunge bath In Hi Cottonwood or eat a p'tfnlnr meal. .Stop KrcUli nn llr Ihr. Thu reckless driving aerois 1 1 Noble avisutte bridge sin tt d be loo'i after by our city. There Is a line . live dollars for every o te found guilt of riding or driving in a f.i-ter gal than a wal:. over this hint -lure, an yet this liuv U r.ilhlossly b-okoit oer. hour in llio day. Tut: Iikaiisi: ttihila it would be a wlje plan to see Ilia' this Sft stipulation bo cnforjjd. Another l.irn I.lr. Lastwoak The I.K.vmm gave "A Special" taltcn frort the Oklahoman In which inal' ns charges wero made ugalust llovoi.-ior honfrow. Tho re liability of that sheet is shown in tho following "Speelul" printed yesterday Governor nenfrow Is iu tlutUrle and Secretary Lowe is sojourning with his family at Oeuda Springs: TUG OOVKItNOIt'H VACATION. Special to tho Oklalioinau. OuTinttu, July 5. Governor llenfrow loft today lor a trip to Montreal, the Thousand Isles, thu Groat Lakes ani' other northern summer resorts. Hi oxpocts to bo gone about sixty day 'd Secretary Lowe will act as gover nor during that lime. JtUlit llrm. Now Is your chanoj to buy the fast ot paoing mare lu Lagan eounty. Has in rqcord but can show u mile in 2:30. S to cau bo soon at tho fair grounds. S o will bo sold at public auction at t te above named grounds on ednos day. July n, at 10 u. m. 7 T i H. Hamhiioiio. ICiiletita 'f L'uluuibl I, Knight of Columbia meat on the second Friday of each mouth. Nutlee. Anyone wishing scavenger worl. done can call on (loorgo Ituvs, at cit lire house, on First street, botweei Harrison and Vilas. 7-7-tf lllllUry Arcnulrvinrii . Several boxes of goods wore received from Washington yesterday for th. local militia. Quni. y.ntt, Mr. George Willis, the popular tailor, left this morning for New "Itirk cTrymrTiiTteTVrfoqlal points. While absent ho will .-oiublne biihlum and pleasure and relurn home with an elegaut stock of fall yoods, Mr. WLUssayshe will not buy such r prodigious stock that dealers will fall slek, bat expects to get rnouh of the choicest and bust to supply tho terri torial demand. (.Virgo is one of th. best tailors lu tho West and treat his custaraers oourteou- Ir n0 engagoi in no wrangles, but keep right on mak. Jag substantia' unci well-fitting soils for the people. OUNQ MEN AT THE FRONT. Iw Venrrnlilo) to lie Tonm! Atnons Hnrnpxan Sovereign! nml Rtntemrn. Lord Hoscbery's succession to th premiership serves to call attention to tho fact that whoroas during tho tlrstdceado after the Franco-German war, and throughout tho major pirt of the second, the destinies of Kuropi were controlled by monarch and statesmen of advanced age, their power Is now Tested In the hands of comparatively young men. This Is, indeed, tho epoch of youth. Lord Hcaconsllcld, Prineo GortchakolT, Prince Hlsmarck, M. Thlors, Depretis, Gladstone and tho Danish statesman, Kstrupp, have all either died or with drawn into private life, and tho some tnavbo said of their masters. The Oe- man emperor, who is undoubtedly I the man at the helm in tho Teutonic empire, is only S3 years old; tho prince of Hutgnrla Is 81, the emperor of Itussla 10, while the king of Wurtem borg, tho king of Portugal and tho U'.ivf of Grooe' are all young men. Still more youthful are the queen of Holland, the young king of Servla and tho little king of Spiln. As re gards statesmen, wo llinl young men, such as L-)fI l.oscbjry and Mr. Asquitli, occupying the principal ofll ces of the llritish crown. The Austrian prluio minister, Prlnos Wlndiscli irract, Is under SO, and Cardinal llompolhi, the papal sicrotary of state, Is- barely one or two years over that age. M. Caslmlr-Porrler, tho French prlmo minister, is nbout H years of age, while M. Dupuy, his predecessor, and now president of tho chamber of deputies, is about three years younger. Many other names might be added to tho ltst, but tho abovo will sulllcc to show that ive aro living in ths golden ago of youth, and that while ago and experience are at a discount youth and enthusiasm nrj abovo pa-. TRAPPED AND FOUGHT A HEAP. A Mountnliiot-r'n De.por.ito Strtiszla Willi an Iiiriirlntoil lljmt. A mountaineer nimed Jons Sands had a torrlblb conflict with a bear in Greasy Covo, noar Johnson City, Tenn., recently. Tho animal had bcencntrappad during the night, nnd when Sands came upon tho scene ho went directly up to tho boar boforo making nn elTort to shoot it. He was standing a few feet away whou the Infuriated boast mads a lun?o, broke Its fotters and was upin him In an In stant, llcforj the surpriso I hunter could get his gun in position tho bear seized Ills left arm lu its crushing jaws, tho weapon dropped from the hand of tho mangled limb aula bat tlu of death began. In a niomont tho mountalneor was In tho dread cmbraco of his an tagonist. Thoy fell to the ground lu the Htrtiggle which ensued, and rolling over an i over tiny went down the mountain side thirty yards and dropped oft" a ledge of rocks twelve feet sheer fall. Ths boar happened to fall underneath and during the momentary shock which followed the half dead man maiugad to draw from his belt his hunting knife, which fortunately had remained undisturbed, littd plunged it with all his strength into the animal's neck, severing tho jugular vein. This unded tho battle. Tho bear soan re leased his hold and was dead, but his slayer was too badly hurt to leave tho scene of tho struggle. His continued absence caused his friends to go lu search of him. They foitu I tho vic tor covered with blood and pillowod upon his shaggy victim nursing his mangled arm. The bear was one of largest ever lclilcd In that rogiou. THEY DIDN'T FRATERNIZE. Tho Olil CirriM Man Hail to Olv. t'p tho I. Ion mid l.mn'i lifTiirt. "The harduit thing to train a wild beast to dots ta perform with a weak, defenseless animal," remarked A. L. Iliitohlus, an old circus and msnag erlo hand, who had deserted tlu arena and ring for mercantile pur suits, as a commercial travolor. "I romvmber once, several years ago, an ell'ort boing made to pn-nitaleu very dooilo lion to lie down with a lamb. Tho Idea was certainly a good ono but it took several lambs nnd also several weeks before the lion, which was willing to jump through a burn ing hoop, stpnn death ou being shot, etc., could bo persuaded to allow a lamb to enter his den with impunity. Twice he killed a lamb in tho pres ence of his trainer, and the second time ho early killed the trainer, who rather recklessly trlod to get nway tho carcass. Finally tho lion would tolerato a lamb iu its don just as long as the keeper stood over it with an Iron bar. Jlnt tho effort was so evi dently forced and tho parformauco was so utterly lacking in smoothness and interest that it was abandoned after two or three attempts" Men ami Yulluw. "It Is an odd fact," said Anson Hry- son, of Chicago, "but a true 0110, that men, as a rule, do not like yullovv. I saw this fact set fortu in a paper the other day, and until then it did not occur to tno that It was so. Hut ask your men friends what thoy think of dresses of yellow, and thoy will object If they think about tho thing at all. A woman, to my notion, makes a mis take to put on n yellow dress If she is setting hor cap for tho average man." Thu Ilmlir.a Milk.. The duchess of Hamilton has had a largo stable built for her cows and goes there daily, according to Kugllah papers, to mlllc tier favorites. She also makes tliebutter, it Is said, which is us.cd on her table when she has guests. Tho stable is built of marble, and cost a lurg sum of money. The duchess has had gloves made e& peelully to use when milking the cows, in order that she may not soil her flugors. A lluuil Appulniiutiit, Pr. A. It. Littroll was yesterday ap pointed by the board of commissioner for P county, to tin ollloo of eounty physician Till, .-nice in this county has hitherto been unltlled but now it UdcetiioJ U-at owing to tho un.ii cases requiring attention to designate a medical man us count pliysictan. As stated his was done yotcday. Dr. Littrell is. tho Democrat judges, n good man for the place Wo may spqak d this later. Perry Democrat, Wutited A first-class, cook. Call at n e nt Hotel Dally. 7 0 1 NAPOLEON T. Hon- the Orral Knpernr Mmla Hit TctlUt In th Morning. One of the most Interesting articles found among tho rocctit numerous essays upon tho private life of Na poleon Is on tho toilet of the emperor, which, it appears was a most import ant matter and regulated down to tho smallest details with mathematical proclslou. Wlton awakened it wns Napoleon's custom to glance over the papers while tho tires were lit- He was scnsitlvo to cold and a llro was prepared 'n every room oTen In tit Id siimine-. Then of distinguished peo plo awaiting an audience he would designate those whom he wished to see after which ho would rise and lake a hot bath. lasting about an hour. Tho dally shaving; was tho next duty. Or dtnartiy ills pliysictan, uorvisart, would be present, chatting and secur ing favors for his friends. Napoleon's greeting was usually some badlnngo, such as, "Ah, charlatan! How many patients have you killed this morn ing'.'" And the phynlclnn would reply in kind. Two valets were necessary for shaving, one holding the basin and another tho mirror. The em peror, In a llsnncl robe de clminbre. then covortsd his face with soap and begnn to shavo. Throwing off ills robe. Napoleon was next doluged with oau do cologno and sub jected to a thorough scrubbing with a rough brush. The valet then rubbed the whole body with linen rolls saturated with oau de cologne a custom that Napoleon had acquired In tho Ktiat Tho scrubbing was none of the lightest either, for he would call out from time to time, "Harder rub harder," Whim the scrubbing was over the emperor drossed himself. A curious detail of hisoituiti vas tho religious caro with which he kept hung round his neck tho llttlo leather envelope shaped llko a heart, which contained the poison that was to lib erate him lu case of irretrievable re verses of fortune. This poison was prepared after a recipe that t'abanls had given to Condorcot, and after tho your 1S0J tho emperor never under took a campaign without having lily little packet of poison. TAX ON DEATH. J:cnp'il liy SimigCll'iK C'orpie I'roin .Mexico, . In Mexico, when u foreigner dies and his friends desire to soud his body to his native land, the govern, incut exacts a tax of 93.r0 for tho privilege of shipping it over tho rail road, lu 18a I Larry Flaherty, :t brnkoiiiau, died nt Sllao, .011 the Mexican Central. He was a poor fellow. His mother, who lived lu Colorado, but who had eomo on to nurse him, wanted ins body shlppod home. She couldn't raise the money, and the boys took up a collection, but could only raise STi. Then Tom Williams, a jovial conductor, put up a schciuo to get tho body to the States. Tho funeral was eonductod In tho usual manner, and poor Larry's body wns placed In the ground. Two pesos ttxod it with the grnvodiggcrs, and they neglected to 1111 in the grave until after dark. In tho interim Larry's body was taken from the t'o 111 11 and placed iu an old sack and carried to an obscure hut, where it was placed lu a trunk and taken to Hid depot. Tho boys had ho cured a paw to HI Paso for .Mrs. Fla herty, and Tom Williams went along to carry out the sehemo. At Paso dol Norte tho trunk wns taken to n casade huspodes, or boarding house, and tho corpse was again transferred to tho sack. Mrs. Flaherty wont to Kl Paso and socurcd an undertaker, who, with a plain box in Ills wagon, drove up tho river to a point desig nated. About 10 o'clock Tom, with his peon cargedoro, managed to gut across tho river without attracting attention. Uirry's body wai tenderly placed in tho box nud taken up town to the undertaker's, where it was pro perly prepared, plaeod lit a caskot and shipped to his old lioiuu. Tom Williams returned to Sllao safely, and was over afterward known as tho "oadavorsmugglor of the ltio Grande." 1'lcturm for i:erjlioily. There Is a photographer In Now Vork who Is making money in a very queer business. Ho buys and collects photographs lu dlinn'out parts of the country, and lias 1,000,000 of them bystomatlcally classified according to age, bearded and smooth faces nud other dlstlnetlvo features. Wliaro does tlio prollt come in? Thousands of people every year oacaslonally nood a photograph to give a friend or to re produce in a newspaper. Thoy are in u hurry and only want ono photo graph. All that they have to do Is to visit this artist, and iu t?n minutes lis cau tlud pictures that faithfully rep resent them. Nobody can tell tho dif ference, nnd they could not be better milted If thoy sat for their photo graphs. i:mperur MUliclni'i liar. The hearing of Kmperor William of Germany Is impaired by tho lingo wads of cotton wool with which ho Is forced to pack hie oars. Thoy do not constitute the most agreeable or comely feature of tins physically utUloted monarch, and one of the most cutting remarks concerning thorn was that made by Hiamarck when he naronslioolly remarked that lie wos glad, 011 tha whole, "not to poos,s tho ear" of lilt sovereign. MUiut.itliiii. Tho other day, in the hor.to of com mons, Mr. W. Fluid delivered himself of tho following Miitouee: "Iu the wordn of soripturo, it was sound and fury, signifying nothing." It is greatly to the 'redlt of the honiw that this was received w'th roars of laugh ter. Misquotations are 11 1. ays nut us ing. Wo have all heard of that Mayor who bald that a mayor should be like Cuttiar'-, wifi nil hinrs u- nit neu llr, fitrrliiKtoiLSpc. tallot In (lie Mcriluil auil Sureic t Dlmic-. uf tVomoti. Also suoeoMfully treats reotul cs o.isc, piles, fistula, strlnture Hid ir llaminatton of tho urethra. Horn! 1 (rupture) onrod without an operation Hronehlal, lung and heart diseases treated by tho latest amtrovod methods Dr. Fnrrlna'on baa inn. a iargo oxperlenc in sanitarium work tn bo Irr urn t,l .' ?h?i. Offl.in n t, 1 1 Many cams thought can bo ottrod by his methods. Gray Hro block. 0 M lm Llllle's Liver Pills euro nil life's bit. ter ilia. tnSfl tf J?fKrlbQ for U10 Lender. on V Fim published In Oltlahoma Leader June 21 I Notlre for I'ublltxillmi. Land ofller at Guthrie. Ok. 'lr .Tntm lft. IS0I. Notice Is hereby given thot tho follow-Ing-iifimed ix'tthr has llh-d notice of hi Intention to moke final ptoof In support of his "latin, and that staid tiroof will be made liefurn the register ts.'d receiver of the U. H. land olllce at Uullnle, Ok. Tor., on August nth. mil. a ir: .lame A. Smith of Guthrie, Loksii county. Ok. Ter., for the mnithvw'st quartet ('41 of section eight IS), in township flftwti il.1i north, of range two tii wt r the 1. M . He names tho fullowlmr wlltipsps to 'prove his continuous resldenrp noon and cultivation 01, saki mini, viz: ratricK .1. McGoldetlck, of Guthrie, tognii eounty. Ok. Ter., llrnry 1). Todd, or Guthrie, Lo gan county, Ok. Ter., Henry 1'. Cook, of Sowanl, l.nfc'ftn county. Ok. Ter., Alliert Luckltibill, of Seward, Logan county, Ok. Ter. Any person who doslres to protest "gainst the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, un der the law and the regulations of the In terior donai Uncut, why such proof should not be allowed, will Ih given an opportu nity tit the a. ove mentioned time and place to rroM-cMimlne the w ltuesos of said claimant, ami to offer evidence In re buttal of that submitted by claimant. A. N. J. CitooK, Jteglster. J First pnbllxhed in Oklahoma Leader .11110! si. I Notice uf I'nlillciitlon. Land office at Guthrie Ok. T'y., June IS. 1601. Notice Is hereby given that the follow-lug-ninued pettier has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof lu support of his claim, nnd that said proof will be made Iwfore the register and receiver at Guthrie, on August 13th. IS'Jl, viz: Andrew . I. Hoover, for the S W M of Sec. 21, hi tp 10 north or 11 3 west. He nnines the following wltiiews to pros e his continuous 1 eslilciico upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: William N. Mitchell, William Wyancko, II. J. McCrary, Kd Hopkins, all of Guth rie. (). T. Any person who desires to protest against tno aiiowanc 01 sum proot, or w ho knows of any substantial reason, un der the law and the regulations of the in terior department, ttliysucli proof should not no annwcii, will lie given an opportu nity at tho above mentioned time and pi ico to cross-examine the witnesses of said clalmnui, and to oiler evidence In re buttal of that submitted hy claimant. A. N. .1. ('hook, Register. First published In Oklahoma Leader ,1 une Sl.l Notice for I'ulillrntlmi. Land olllce at Guthrie, (). T., Juno ir., 1SUI. Notice Is hereby given that tho following-named .settler has filed notice of his intention to make Until proof lu support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the register and tec-elver at llitthrie, (). T on August, 13th, IWU, via: I'M ward It. Price, who made II. K., No. 3331, for the S. W. (4 of Sec. (32) twp. 15 .. rangnw) west. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous re idence upon and cultivation of, said laud, viz: J. K. Johnson of Guthrie. O. T., W. H. Hrown, of Gulhile, O. T.,Alfted Illinois, of TohiHt, O. T Mai tin LeGraiui, of To lite, O. T. Any person ulio desires to protest against the allowance uf such proof, or who knows of any sulstaiitlal reason, un der tho law and the lobulations 0r tho In terior department, why such proof should not he allowed, will bo given auopp(.r tiiulty at tho ahove mentioned tinio and place to cross-examine the witnesses of Mild claimant, and to nlTcr evidence In ro huttal of that submitted hy claimant. A. N. J. Ci'.oou, Register. IFirst published In Oklahoma Leader Juno 31.1 Nntleo fur l'uailrittlon. Lund office at Guthrie, O.T.. Juno IS, 1S'.H. Notice Is heiebt given that tho follow-iig-iiamcd eltl( r has Hied notice of Ids mention to make final proof In support of his claim, and thai said proof will be Hindu befoto tho register nnd receiver at Gtithilo, O. T., on August nth, IStfl, viz: Isaac Fat ley, homestead entry, No. 10l?j, for the northeast one-fourth of sec tion tlility-tw o.l.i township sKteen north, of ningu two west of 1. M. He names the following witnossos to pi ove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said laud, viz: William C'arlln, Avery A. Humphrey, I'M w a 11 1 Farley, Jamus Carliu, all of Guthrie, O. T. Any peinn who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or w ho knows of any substantial reason, tin der the law and the regulations of the in let ior depai lliient, why such ptoof should not be allowed, will bo uiven an oppor tunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to oiler evidence In re buttal of that submitted by claimant. A. N. J. CitooK, Register. First published In Oklahoma Leader Juno 31. N'otlio for ruljlliiitlon. Land ollieo nt Outhilo, O. T., Juno If, lfcUI. Notice Is. hereby given that tho follow-Ing-liamed settler has liled notice of h h intention to make linal proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made bofoie tho icglster and recolver at (iuthilc, O. T., uu August 10th, 1SUI, viz: Joseph Itubser, for himself, sister, Liz zie Hinder, and us guardian for tke minor heirs of Joseph lluber. deceased, there being 110 widow living, for the northeast quarter of section liftemi, In township tlftepii north, of range thiee west. He names tho- following witnesses to prove l.ls continuous lusidence upon and cultivation of, said laud, viz: John Sehetrompf, Albert Ploeger, WIN limit Steward, Calvin Sehetrompf, all of Seward, O. T. Any pi''ion who desires to protest agaiusl the allowance of such proof, or who Knows of any substantial reason, un der the law and tho regulations of the in terior department, why such proof should not he allowed, will ho given an oppor tunity at the abovo mentioned time and placo to eross-examlno the witnesses of sold elalmant, and to olfer evidence In re buttal of that submitted by claimant. A.N.J. Ckook, ltegister. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. DEI MOS'i PPRFECT MADF. .. ,: Gu e ( 1,,. 1 of Tartar Powdw. Free liv.ii Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ottce. To w bora It may concern: Notico is horohy given that Chorion 1'iinatnii lins tlifs dav filed tils tuttl. Won for Heenso torowillQUors In Seward, l'nnbo.OUtaiiathati.nto.sohjMtlonto ho samous required by law bo nled by th Mthdnv of June. A l). 11, sum uvliflnn ivtlll 1w fvrnittiul Uutbrio, 0. T., Juno'nth, mT F. J. Dolcatkiu County Cleric. JU-flw d-w lAMNi pawn 311SCKLLANE0VS. Ir Nnlr. Five years without pure lea cream can now be had nt Miller's. U-14lf Wall paper! Tito largest stock to select from at F It Little .t Co.'s. Low est prices. 11.311 tf Ilnmmnr pa'till Host In ilia market. F 12 Lilllo .t Co , Sole Agents. mSUtf Decorate with flaga bought from Lilllo A. Co. niM tf Dr. Price's Cream baking Powder Contains no Ammonia or Alum. Soda wator is good: at 5 cents It Is cheap, especially that at Llllte A Co.'s fountain. mat) tf Meals, 30 conts at the 0. K ; SI meal ticket S3. 60. lrn Try birch beer at F II Llllte A. Ca's. 11130 tt Tho Koynl barber shop on tho north pldo of Harrison avenue, near Second street. J. H. Towers, Mnnnger. 118th Tho latest drinks In soda water on draught at Lilllo A. Co.'s. tnSti tf Dr. Peoples, the popular dentist, 1st and Oklahoma uveuue. ml tf For Sale Hemlngton typewriter. Good as now. Address Lkaiikii olllce. 111'J lot Don't forgot you got twenty lessons free if you buy an instrument of Murray & Williams within the noxt hlrty days. tf Mrs. HafTerty has reduced her terms for free-hand drawing to six lessons for one dollar during tho summer. Children's classes are especially de sired. 411 east Harrison uvenne. 0 37 ta Tho best 0 cent clgnr In the city at Llllie & Ca's. luXO If. If yon want nice cool rooms witli or without board, go to Hotel Dally, the coolest house In the city. G 3(1 tf Huy your pianos and organs of Murray A Williums and got twenty lessons absolutely free. tf Hammocks and base bnlls goods at lllio A Co.'s. ni30 tf 'tlce. To whom lti"ay concern: Notice is hereby given that Win. Cravens has this ouy Hied his petition for license to retail liquors lu Guthrie, Logan county, Oklaho inn, and that unless objection to the same as required by law be liled by the 4th day of July, A. D. lS'Jl, said petition will bo granted. F. J. Doi.CAiint, County Clerk. Guthrie, O. T.. J into 31, twt. Notice of Itetlremcut from HtialneM. Notice is hereby given that Heaves llros., at tho corner of Second and Harrison avenue, have this day retired from business. All bills due the firm wilt be receipted for by It. S. Heaves. Hills paid only on order of It. S. Kcavcs. llKAVrts linos. Guthrie, Okla . June 30, lsul. 3t Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Iiil)tlcHute. The law library and oflleo furnitnro of George Price will bo hold nt public auction on Saturday nt 10 o'clock, sharp, at tho Soward building. 7-0-t3 Any one wishing1 a quiet homo dur hiK hickuess npplyts Mrs. C S. Weath er by, malt on of Samaritan hospital, 1001 Springer avenue. 3t You NpimI 11 Vacation, Just a suggestion: Why not try the Rocky Mountains? No better medi cine exists than the dry, clear, bal samic air of that region. Anywhero around Pike's l'oak, or further into range will do. Did you whisper trout llshlng? Yes, plenty of it, off the railroads, iu secluded nooks. Camping out in tonU, living in cot tages or boarding at thu bljj hotels -the cost Is little or inuoli. as you please. Tl.o Santa Fe route has on sale ex cursion tickeU to all principal Colo rado nnd Utah rosorU. Inquire of nearest agent. JO tf llflrit.W NOTICH. Token up nn thu Stfil'duy of May, 1801, by W. A. Register, roslding on the northwest quarter of suction 33, township 111 range 3 west, in Logan county, one sorrel horse 8 years old, weight 7."0 pounds, branded l,0" on each wither and "K" on loft shoulder; has small split in right car. Appraised at S12 and posted before W. il. Mat thews, justice of the peace of Mulhall township. F. J. Doi.OATP.it, j32 3 w County Clerk. Notice. To whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given that B. F. Urahaiu bus this day liled his petition for license to retail liquors iu Guthrie, Logan county. Oklahoma, and that unless objection to the same as re quired by law bo filed by tho Cth dav of July. A. D., 1801, said potltion will be granted. F. J. Doi.cATun, Connty Clerk. Guthrie, O. T., Juou 33, 1801. j23 Sw Half a Dollar to Know It All. For only fifty cents you enn got the Sotul-Weekly Nows (Gnlvehton or Dallas,) everv Tuesday icd Friday for sis months. This will take you through and be yond what bids fair to bo ono of the most exciting stato campaigns ever witnessed In Texas. Hand .10 cents, to your postmaster or to tho local uowsdealer, or send direct to A. II. llclo .t Co, Publishers, and get full proceedings of the political procession iu the bost general news paper iu tho southwest sixteen pago a week. Mr. Mclti'jnolUV IiiiirnmiirntK. Mrs. Robort McReynolds, proprio tress of the hnlrdressiiig, Turkish and plain bath parlors, is meeting with gieut success. She now has flvo large, commodious rooms, with new furni ture and all the latest appointments, arranged in modern stylo. Mrs. Mc Reynolds occupies part of the building wllli Mrs Saundor, the milliner, and invitoa her many friends to eall lining experienced in her buitnoafi, she does goad work at reasonable prices. j'Jitf DiHdljr Ujiinmllo. Mrs. William Utard, hvlng nine miles touth of here, had thrto Untfer of the loft hand torn olf by dynamite last evoulnr Sh (m brought to town and the hand was droveed by Dr. Cottera). 1 Vino lleHilnrar. The Fourth of July Is over, but Mrs. Saunders' 33 percent redaction sulo'cn millinery is not. It will last till every lady ir Guthrie .jas oiq,a u new hat Come now and get your style. The finest millinery, the bust work and the latest stylos. tt Mm. A. P. Saunders, Southeast corner Okl, and "Jv. THE RUSH! Front July -1 tla. wo eloso rtt S o'clock sharp. All customers hi tho house nt thnt time will ho iiermilleil to Iliilslt their purchases. Speoia! Undorw Saturday July 7tii, and Monday July 8in, Will place on sale our entire slock oriulie's ntxl mcii'.- sum mer umlor wenr, at just 10 per cent less than cost. A ureal many oftheso gooils were hoiurht at less than their value which makes them all the greater bargains. Don't Forget The Dates To make room for the largest, stock of fall goods ever shown in Guthrie, we. aro now going to sell goods cheaper than over. Especially shoes. As wo are going to put in tho host lino in tho city this fall. We aro here for Imsinees and so Tar more than satislied. ar. C5 XXt3L3ST.L Jlanager. 1 U West Oklahoma Ave., Gtitiirie, 0k. The Mistletoe B ar Cor. Oklahoma Ave., and Division. One Block From Hotel Royal. Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods In Stock all the Time, Hamilton, & CO, Gko. A. MKTCAi.r, President. Capital Nation a 1 GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. Capital fully paid, : : : Undivided profits, HERE WE ARE! REAMER & CO. 309 West Oklahoma Avenue. WITH ALL KINDS OF FINE YEHICLES, Two car loads to select from. GIVE US A CALL. THE SILVER DOLLAf VVYATT & CO., Propnetois Finest Bar In the Territory. 105 West Harrison. Oklahoma bicycle Comfy THE SQUARE BICYCLE DEALERS. Will search for trade during the seaton of 189.1. Largest stock of )c:es and cycle sundries west of Kansas City. Bicycles Sold on Installments PAYMENTS ACCORDING TO PRICE OF BICYCLES. A large line of Second-hand Byclcs at Slaughtering prices. Terms easy. Do not forget to call on us for Sewing Machines and Supplies Call at or address 113-113 East Oklahoma avenue, Guthrie, O. T. The" Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y E. H. KNAUSS, Manager. HOTEL EAST HARRISON AVENUE, . . H. H. PERRY, Prop'r. Stillwater and Orlando X Exchange Barn. SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK, Prop's. First-class livery barns at SUHvater acd Orlando The boat of teams and Improved facilities for earrylnfj passengers between theso two points. Teaa; always ready to start at any time in the day and rofcijrn at your pleasure Tho shortest and quickest route between Guthrio and Stlllwnter Is via Orlsml 1 GO TO DAVES PLACE. THE MIDLA i-'or Fine Domestic- ami Imported Wines and Ilnuidios. DAVEX SHOENWALD- OKLAHOMA A YKNii:. I SAYI I SAYI Without ANYTHING IN TUB SJgTtTlZc UKE YOUR MQTHEvecali Uftert Ttr dav? , JT M. L. Ttoneii, Cashier. anK $50,000 30,000 : : : DON'T GO WAY eailns with ROYAL M Ml Yfc.w JDil22 -,r-0 ,.' "&m .s, yv i&MMir v ",J - r