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1-JUhJ L.JUAD.fc.hj UUTlLUUhJ, OKLAHOMA.
uPljc gcafrcv. iff- IH I.Mntnr I'ftHltilR 0itttniij-, 1 IUltO. N1BLACK. B (titer. liiilj- .MMrHlHc IVmxt I'HmUheil Ih (lutlirlr. (Bftl OrgHH f DkfototrOH DonHHtMiPr. FRIDAY. APRIL, 1. ISM. ran Daily Lkadkr accepts dvftl nut with the dhitlact and poltlve fuw tBtce that it bw double the pM circulation of any nwppw published la iTklahoaa. Tt LcaDKR tllndorjr l one of the beat 'tMUtattoa of the kind In the Weat and I ' 'If turalag out larfi quantities of work. -. 1 1 roar order for binding and blank and they will be promptly attended tril40l(IITMI.V K.TS. DAitr. Jm Math, dallvarad In city I S oa month by all so ThraniMMthff ISO f'i montha 1 f in year 6 0-'. W8KRLT. 'iwoath f SO Jot yn&r l 09 Ti Lradm dmlrea to f o on record sa bataf In favorof the free coinage of rl. Oklahoma Citt wants Matthew, the rainmaker. We'll take Moody in our'n. Thkrr is likely to be trouble If John Hall tramp upon Nicaragua' Corn Island. 1p the Russian bear is wise he will refrain from poking his now into the Japanese 3 re works. Thk Indication all point to a llrely tlmtt when Secretary Carlisle attempt U bell the Kentucky free silver out. Local minister cun nak a reputa tion for themselves by adopting ltraiijrelist Moody's rtinmakiriff rte Tlee Thk people won lil not object to ISvutogellst Moody shipping a few of Ms rnlti-mklng prayer to this terri tory. Thk promoters of the J. Wilkes lfooth minor might And Sly Oberlaiidar ami Terrill while they hare their hands in. HoRRBKCK sliod the matter up about right when he said that every man whom McMasters attacks gets to the front at once A Drtkoit man committed suicide bacons his Irst attempt at baking bread proved a failure The "new man" doesn't start out well. Kx-Sknatoii I no am k is talking again and exhibits all the Hyuiptoms of a ptlltitian who is anious to make con nection with the band wagon. Thk oity council has at last heeded the ad v lee of Thk Lkaokii and will build1 new sidewalk The unions bonld now go a stp further, lay navements and demolish the sbac c Thk capital city loaU of a lircck.u rldgiclub. The object of the org in flation I to make good old Hreck's 15,000 deficit in order to boom his sanatoria! bee. Mayor Maktin has received Vuoo ap pllaatlons for jobs on his new road. The applicants are not particular as to the at of the job out the majority would like to manipulate the aheara on the coupons. Orr goes our hat: The Kansas City Time aays: "The Uithrjk Lkaiikr la the brigbtost and moat readable paper, editorially and locally, that cornea out of Oklahoma. We find tomathiug food la The Leader, not occasionally, bat every day. " Tre jump in the priee of beef is of vaatly more io teres t than the advance ! petroleum, and la occupying mora space in the newspapers. Everybody la a position to know, or guess at, any polat ia the matter bas been inter viewed or baa communicated his vlawa. Bat nothing practical has been aeootaallabed. It is well established that the supply of cattle Is shorter than it was laat year, but there Is a remarkable disproportion between the adraaee of ten or fifteen oantaa pound la dreaaad beef and the one or two eeaU more which the farmers are be lag paid for their eattle. As the big naekera own moat of the live stock on U great ranches they are really not much concerned by fluctuations in the warkeU. The politicians are terribly dl turbed over in Kansas ecaue Mr. IngalU, who is unquestionably the people's choice for I'nitad Statea aeaa tor to sueoeed Mr. I'eHer. is going to aak that legislative candidate be ia sirneted for some one at the next gen eral elaetion in Ut; The politicians Claim that "instructions" will hamper tfco tlekat, They say that instruction for Iagalla will especially burden the KepablUao. and they make the state HUMt that the Kapnblicaa ticket was alatoat defeated by instructions for lngalls la lawn Hut the fact la that i the big aght against the Alliance tka lorialative Uepublican ticket re oiral more votes, evea if Ur. lagalls was defeated, tbaa the Repablicaa aiaU ticket received. -Kansas rity aHar. Uai i rvv is a bimeUllist, according ' Ittaaa vUjw hi latest ut prince was at l. Juiitu on his ( jki foruu t'ur ! ' -4 I , i SttJ tit m t.)ill tut 1 i " was president and what I have always believed, that a larger ue of allver for money, and free coinage of allver upoa a basis to be agreed npon that would maintain It parity with gold, was good for the whole world, t do not believe that we eon Id run free coinage ourselves when the Buiopeaa govern ments were pursuing the policy that they have been pursuing with allver. Rat my fellow cltirena. there are clear indications now in Kagland and (Wmany that they are feeliag the effects of a scarcity of gold and Its prostrating effects upon the Indus trie " A Mllll, It M I.MAN. The brilliant woman who did ao ran. h to forward the ambition of Clov. Atkinson of (Icorgia, and made him the executive of that tate. haa brc ki n dowa uader the strain aad is not an invalid in a northern sanitarium The Georgia governor will have the sympathy of all true men in hi be reavement. He was a pKr bjy, straff gling to work hi way through college when he first met this woman, who was the daughter of a wealthy and prominent ex-governor of Florida. Ite won her love and ahe became his wife aad hia closest political lieutenant, managing hia campaigns and planning them until she had made him gover nor of hia state Hut jut.t when she had reached her greatest ambition, the incessant work she had engaged in became loo great for her delicate or ganisation and the mind gave way. Instead of mistress of the executive mansioo at Atlanta, she is the inmate ot a private asylum, almost wrecked ia body and mind. The governor's ambition was realised at a terrible cost, but it is to be hoped his wife will soon be restored to health and that she may share with him the proud distinction she helped him to win. KANSAS CROPS. The lltKr nf Ihf WVitthcr rtlrt sum. iHitrltrtl llrlfllv. Tomsk . Kan . April .'" The week ly weathi-r-t-rop Imlletin of the Kan sas went Ik-r Mrvioe for the week ended the 33d says The temp-rat tire fell lie low the normal during the first day of tlw week and light fro-t formed over the state. Init the ttarm days follow i g have carried the temperature above the normal and at the close of the week there mm an in- sin i la ted excess of atmut 30 defrv The rainfall, however, remain-. ' flclent. except in (iraiit, Trego N-. Klk and the north eastern count i.-- though fairly good rains have fallen in the northern conn tie In the -Astern division farming op-eratio.-are lieinir vigorously pushed. or jiiMnting i well along in the cen tral counties ami has begun in the northern. I'om is coming up a far north as the Kaw river, while in the extreme outh farmers have begun cul tivating it. The greatest advance, however, is in the fruit tree and grass; the orchards are full of bloom and the' prairies are cat peted with green Wheat and nuts are looking Hue, though rain is much needed generally. In the middle division the orchard are giving Hnc promise m w, much corn is going in; wheat still improving some; oats doing well, and gardens nicely. The sand and dirt storm the Hist of the week was protmldy un precedented It did some damajre by blowing away loose dirt. A yond rain is grea My needed. In the western division the severe wind the first of the week filled the air m ith the flrv sand and caused consider able damage to growing crops and fruit blossoms. Wheat does not yet give much promise and Mime Held arc being put into other grains. Dais, barley and grass are making good headway, and much stock feed it being put in in the shape of K'sttir aiul Jeru salem eorn Fruit here, a elsewhere, gives abundant promise. A "DR. JEYKLL" A lmiliiH I'h,) li'lnn I'rowHl tiMlllj tif IIih lt!trlntl llurtlttr. A Fhavi'Imo. April .' -Dr. How ard, a London physician of considera ble prominence, who was the guest of Wlllium (ireer Harrison ut the I it die titian club recently declared that the mystery of 'Jack the Ripper" was no longer a mystery among the scienlinV inon of Ijowlon or the detectives of Scotland Yard He said that the asaas sin was a medical man of high stand ing ami extensive practice Shortly efore the lieirinning of the White chapel murder he developed an un natural mania for causing pain Then the Whitechapel murders tilled London with horror The wife noticed that tin each occasion her husband was ab sent. Finally she laid her suspicions before medical friends, and IIms detec tives were called in ami a complete chain of evidence against the doctor was secured 'I hey then told him that he was the maniac who had done all the murders. He declared the impossi bility of the accusation, but confessed that of late tears there were gaps in the twenty-four hours of which lu pos itively had no recollection The necessary papers were made out and the murderer wits committed to an insane asylum lr Howard said also that the physician butcher had become a ravin maniac after his Incarcera tion in the asylum aud was beyond hope of recti very thiee months after his confinement. BAD OUTLOOK INQUBA. JlWnrj- iihiI l'KHtiM l!tt'ttHi Ut 1'iiMtt lh Clwn tf lli sfar Muttw. WtsHiNurov April 3 -A private letter received here from one of the leading business loeu at Havana, says: J'oor tub: The horrible condition of alfsirs here is not realised by the outer world. With the "lose of the sugar season next month there will he misery aud famine The sugar crop Was been far below the average this year, and ail of it will now be subjected to the new I'nited Ktates tar ill on suar It weans much loss to the planters, and, with the beginning of the 'dead seasou,' lasting from the close of the sugar season until next (September, there will he no employ meat for labor It moans idle hands, white and aegro ouch conditions can not bat add to the smoldering tires of the rebellion. " is tjp-j I Jl . I li II iKcrt II 111 - at tut i A TRADE MARK. Oountorfeitars of the Otararmfiksre' Label Oannot Be Convicted. A STl'IIHOKX WRESTLING MATCH. AH .ttlutiir In Itjt-anil HjtllBr t'hriHch llHtK ttirnwiil slt from lilt. tlllery Kill 1li In C'ri-ek. t. Itoi i, April St. The eae of the atate vs. Nathan MaUeaahelmer, who was convicted in the .hi Louis criminal court of counterfeitin the "Ualoa label" of the ngarraakers' union w decided in the state court of appeals yesterday. The opinion reverses the rnllng of t he lower court oa the ground that a trade mark must be a mark or label used bv a certain party to designate his goods. The "Tniou label" i not a trade mark It is one of the indispensable requisites to a valid trade mark that It should point out the true orhrin of ownership of a vendible commodity to which It I fited. Thl label does not have this quality. This association adopted the label as a trade mark without own'nr or drilling in any goods to which it roust be attached, therefore no title to it as a trade mark can accrue. For this reason a person cannot lie convicted of counterfeiting a trade mark. This court, however, holds that an injunc tion and damage suit can be laid under similar circumstances provided it is proven that the label is placed on non union jrood, 1 TI HIMIHX WlirsTMNO MITCH. Ill r no, X V.. April 33. The wrest ling match at Turnhalt last night be tween Hobby Reakeei. of sllver Creek. und James (Jilligan, ot Haverhill, rtas one of the most stubbornly contested of any on record. The men bofjau wrestling a few minutes after 9 o'clock and tugged at each other 3 hours and . minutes without either winning it fall. At the end of that time t'.illipuii gave up and Menkes whs declared the Victor. The match was for S3.V) and the gate receipts. VI. I. THK Rt K CORNKKKII. Cixciw m, April 81. It is currently reported here that the corner in rye and rye rlonr which has been known some days will try to advance prices to-day to 'I per bushel and SI per l.ar rel Yesterday rye was held at 7."i cents and rye Hour at $.1 3.V the pi ices two days ago being IS cents and l.W). It is reported that ( buries Fleisclnnan, the distiller. yeMsliiinii and bunker, is at the head of the corner on rye mid that a large commission house here has cornered all the rye Hour in the country. mot Kit. i m ur sioi. I' tni. Ky.. April 21. Ycsteiday lVosecnting ' Attorney ('. Arnspargur issued warrants for Dnrner, IMoc't A Co.. of Cincinnati, owners of the Tea cock distillery here. They have I ecu running slop from their distillery into Ktoner creek, killing tlsh and endan gering the health of residents alonr the creek. They have been riiniriu it into the creek since last Novein cr Am the line is SLUM) a day it will amount to 30O.llOO should the law lie enforced. REVENUE COLLECTIONS. tltiilhl statenit'iit slitoi Intf Keplpts ftu Nnt Ittiiths l'Ht. W niNiros. April 3-1. The month! statement of collections of interna revenue shows the total reculpts from all sources for nine months of tin present Hscal year, ended March :il lsli't. to have been StOU.Wi.Ull, of which tin, sir; was from income ta fro 1 persons antl fs.s.Vt from coriKimtion-. companies ami associations. '1 e remainiuir items of receijits w c hpirits, Wl.tar.'.sfiti, increase fo. tin nine mouths Sl.lsM,7.'tii; tobacco s ,. imi. i:. increase, Stil,s:,; fermented liquors. S33."tOI,iMki, decrease, fc 'I oleoma ru'Mri ne. SLIsft.'.'i, dct 1 SW3. 1'.t t: miscellaneous, 5t7(i.:r crease. .UMi,."ia!i. 'l'he net inertia the nine months was SLU.Vi.ltU principal single Hum of iucrens ;l.;U.M3s from whisky. The increases and decrease for the month of March, !su.i, compared with March. s'.t. ate show 11 ns fol.o.s. Spirits, decrease SJ,WS,031; tobaeeo. decrease 5ir.:ttil; furiuontuil lii!iors. decrease MMt, 1 1.1; oleoiiiurtruriue. de crease Ml, notl; iiiikcellaniHills, increase SIT '171. income ta, increase Sli.?iw. ejfjrrejrate decrease for the month, fcj. 3.!o.:t:v MAKKi-rrs Y "tki"jK(.mc .;mi. I. lit- stock. Kana 1 iTr Airil -tsiile Itii-eiits. 1 114 ruins Si market steady, shlpp mr u-il aressctl tier steers illiilli, Teiss mil lu il.su sitn-rs i7Sl fi kouibelrn -ifi-ia.lt Tt-i. sntl ladisu cows iiWHtX! t... snd heifers, it 71 stackers sail 'eetters KiitlA liti Keeelpts 10 M biu kt-t Mn Ittc lower at is via 77 s, sbri Ke .Ipis .s . 1 market ste4 si tlUwljft. Ilnr-e- -Reeelpts, . msrketacthe T L"ll April V (-Ule-Kecei u I'M) untrket tiutet eipurt steer, fi 7iituii gtxM in rbulte t'O&evtS) flr t uiedluai . it7. ttat tsweti kim-kers r:3ia.tuu r,.i. r-t, MWet-t euws tSOnXHI Tr. .si:. Uuh er. fed steers B17fc4il Ti ursss stre - L'uiift 17. rows t.'tWipt. Hairs Ket-rlp s 3 7 w msrkei fclk- lower top pru-c- 4 bl bulk tt sales, ii 704 s llidit. U M) 7V sbt-t p it, ceipta I TUJ market sta4 aalWr Hits tsn BtUr tearltnyt fiO), stackers I it-.rft. Tesss fed )esrllus ts.fi, sprlae laai (I.VJ ss.OJl L'an.ioit April js.Csttl Mecalpt l.i . auu-krt slow aad barely steady II Re ceipts J 'ssi prtoes tat lower. Iurt. t !' m, mticJ U ).. heavy i woAtw routfb KWaMe) p k-i. r. i.w BMrkei weak aadfcgMlr lower, e . -ptlaic bvst UrHbt itml I'roiUluMs. Kissas i itt April O - Ket-e pu ot wheat. Krara s er ana tl csrs Im as by er lots No ibsnl waesi fcsVVtc Ko J sard 7t- No i red .sr Xtt a red : Xo. I red. HU- retried Me Mceeipu ofcera.t cars, a year ago Tj cars Me I wl-e4 4Sr Xo J (Sited Ur No. I BiUsd K- whlto. ISr No sbtir Mr Kwelpta of tts t Mr, a year s 7 r-tr. No. a. tad. c. No 3 ate No I 7 No while traUMHe. No 1 wfatu Jlt- ttereipis at h ty. Si cars HauHhy No I. tMase-H. pruiri (sawAaau. I'lfs lie per m Poultry aaus It imr lb spriBa'sil &) Per do ro stars. 1st- sack 'urkr (otibiars kc hess r ick 7c irs. Iit pifetms (l at par 4u Mutlar iis (aury lis fair IV dairy f t try Ih- lair Pie I it store parked. lap)lte t itr parked is- psrktsjr ."t.fc. eld. tc uples stauJ anl pecked ft te 1 par Lbi olhr '4n. 3.m estfaurysUad 0( J Has Itaws. Mm.e omuiuos vartatlt :t maVitoca. i oojubob asVsr par ae swr. pnlslaas atssaVc per bu t'tsb aad Colors'! Ule. Ku J. OSaVS M. Mr l.iis. April ta-Mr Ipu ahaal JVM bu corn as ate bu oat- tiaaiMi Sour s Mtls. Wheal (Ab -!c. April !.. May. alttt July sMtt t 'ira -4Vsh l',. April tir. Msy tiWs. J-' y McMi tsi. - Sh h- BTll SU M-. jV -.,,. . ii-e tr I t Hit- 1 o an, I rt'-citc tunng some ur rtt rn to t ward APPROPRIATION PIQUHES. Tile I'tMrt iMl PeevWeH si ( nturfll, f -I VJtttlt- I'sMtr. W9nix.rix. Apt-it U -I'he volume annnally pr.-.iere I ' the clerk of the senate and house appropriations coat- mittee shoina- tlie exact appropria tioes aad tha new otnees created, has been prepared for the last session of the Fiftv-third nmrress bv Thome I Cleave ant! J I' nnrts. clerk, re spectively, of the senate and house committee. The appropriation were a, follow Agrlealtnral t.tot. 7.10. army ?1.3&?,A(K diplomatic sad consular SI.STt.t'is, Dis trict of Coliuubia $A.;r..ti. fortifi cations ri.ikM.Vi?, Indian ",78,751, legislative, executive and judicial SSI,-91,71-. military academy $4(VL'JA. na val 3tM!n.31.V pensions SMI Jsi.'.TO, pot otHce S?t MA WC. sundry civil !,- I 5s leu. deficiencies a.SV37l. micella . neons 3Qv?.nn7; total aeneml bilis and 'miscellaneous. 1st .!.. "irt. permanent j appropriations. ?l is o;.t.Vt; grand to j tal appropriations. 94V7. nils, 530. The number of new oillces speelflc ally created is 1.771, at an annual cost of SI 31VM. and the number omitted is too, at an annual cot of S47.43. inakimr a net increase of I. ml in iitiiu Ifr and Sr, tTfi In amount. Included in this increase are the 1 000 additional eatnen authorised to be enlisted in the navy and il" addilixial depntv collect or and revenue nents in the internal revenue service t carry into ef fect the income tax law. In addition to the foregoing there K a net increase in specific amounts appropriated for new orllces where the number of sncli otlices anil the amount -( salary to individual are not specified, of SsO.V700. The number of salaries specifically increased is lit), at an annual cost of S:i9.M)A, and the number of salaries specifically reduced Is dfi, at hii annual cost of Sis j-js, mak ing a net Increase of :o in num ber and of 531.17? in amount, iiinkini; a net total increase on account of .sal aries of otllcers, new and old, of SL I3 3.11. M'BRIDE SICK. drutr l'fn Kiitrrtnlnrtl sttlhf llriuv. frj til Hip l'rflilrut tif Ihr A int-rltnii I etlprHtltm tif l.ulttir. Hot M-Hisits. Ark . April 31. The condition of John Mcllride. president of the American Federation of Labor, continues to grow worse and grave fears are entertained as to his recov ery. A few weeks ago he came to this city' in hope of restoration to health. He is the ictim of a complication of liseases. which started 111 blood pobon ing induced by excessive smoking. He ions Mt rnnih was formerly president of the I'nitod Mine Workers of America and has long been very popular in organized labor circles. At the convention held in Denver in December of last year he was elected president over the then in .'iimbeut of the otllee Samuel (ioinpers He is a man of wonderful force and magnetism and a recognized leader of labor organisations. of the physical consti tution often coitiHi from unnatural, jier nicious habits, con tracted through ignorance or s. from eicesacm. Huch habits result In loss manly power, nerv ous exhaust ion, nervous debility, impaired memory, low tpirljs, irritable temper, snd a thou sand und one derangement of mind and lody Lpilepsy, paralysis, softening of tht) brain und even dread insanity ooms tiines result from such rtxklesn self abuse To rent-h, ris-laim antl restore such unfurt uimtori to health anil happinesij, is the aim of tho nilililiern of a book written in plnln but clinsto Inngtiage, on the nature, swniitonu nnd funihlnty, by home treatment, ot Mich t!iMases. This book will bo netit sealed, in plain envelope, on receipt of ten cunt in stumps to pav Hstage Address, W'orld's Dispensary Medical tociation, OH Main Bt Huffalo, V. mi Don't Hate to Ser OtT says the st. Louis Journal of Agricul ture in an editorial about No-T'o-Iiac, the groat tobacco habit cure. "Wc know of many cases cured by No-To-Mac, one, a prominent St Louis archi tect, smoked and chewed for twenty years; two boxes cured him so that the smell of tobaeeo makes htm sick." No-To-llac sold and guaranteed by Seatonian Drug Co. No cure no oav. Hook fraa Sterling Hemedy Co., X. Y. or Chicago. Situation wanted. Hv a young lady us clork or cashiur, with experience. Call or address at 1402 Warner ova flcgg's Cherry Cough Syrup relieves that soreness and smothering sensa tion In your lungs. Safer, surer and qu'.ckar than any medicine on the market. Kvery bottle guaranteed by your popular druggist, Suaton. Our bettor halvosSay thoy could not ktiop house without Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is used in more than half tho homes in Lends. Sim iiros., Lewis, Iowa. This shows the slt)em in which that remedy is held whttre it has bean sold for years and is wttll known Mothers have learned that there is nothing so good for colds, eroup aud whooping cough, that it cures these ailments quickly antl per manently, and that it is pleasant and suf for children to take '.'5 ami mi cent bottles for sale by 1" It Lillie & Co rarcoer, Iteutl This. Oklahoma agricultural paper, print ad and published in Oklahoma one year free. livary farmer subscribing or renewing his subscription to tint Okla homa Leader will rocolve the Okla homa Parmor, the only agricultural paper published and printed in Okla homa one year free. Wanted -Situation as gardner and ; i n I fritit grower bv an experienced 'uar Address Danu ' Haner an Hu rcn Mn t isws jmm-. ' (aagaMMWfiKuiS. in HjVBHBCelQBr- i he araaRafcsbr vm w mi of "s li Zm-yBTf nr "Cannc l.j Improved!" So MRS. F. E. BAKER, of Calvecton, Tox., - s t t Ayer's Hair Vigor II iTiiiff used oj S -i HlluirVltnr X 1 1 ir, I Dnil Oi hi it it k.'pp my of i t fan and 0 till 1 ir In the best o 1 ml it iti n. My 5 . . o II Hint r 1MIW Sixty Q3 i ut tif age. ha o H rm a head nf O li in .is when she o v m f.nt), a fact oi wiuth she attrlb- ute to the use of rt ll.iir luor. Ho thlcKen tlit uili f tl.c lialr anil o resUire Kr' 'it'1 tn it crlclnal c-ilnr. I cannot spp m tins r.-nrt ion etnilil lie liirovett ' i r 1 1Hkk, CJa't eton. Texas Ayer's Hair Vigor riiM'tin i r OR. J. C. AVER 4 CO., LOWELL, MASS. o 000000009 000OO00OOOO0OO Cj (5o to Hirrel Ilrotlicrs for cheap pro ceries. 1 ri lm It will be an agreeable surprise to persons stijoct to attacks of bilious co it to learn that prompt relief may be ad by taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lEumedy. In many instances the attack may be prevented by taking this remedy as soon as the tirst symptoms of the dis ease appear. 25 and SO cont bottles for sale by P. II. Lillie & Co. Aceuts IViintetl. Why do people complain of hard ti lies when any man or woman can make from SS to S10 per day ea9ily" All hare heard of the sucsoss of the Climax Dish Washer; yet many arc upt to think they can't make money selling it; but anyone can make tnoney.simply because every family want one. One agent has made S47C S3 in the last three months after paying all expen ses, and attending to regular business besides. You don't have to canvass As soon as people know you have it for sale they send for a dish washer Address the Climax Mfg. Co., Starr Ave., Columbus, Ohio, for particulars llt-KBs' Tropical (Ml. The wonderful linimncnt for Sprains, Ilrnises, Rheumatism ami all decpseated diseases where a powerful liniment is required. Ask for and be sure you get lieggs' Tropical Oil. Every bottle warranted. Sold by Sea tonian Drug Co. ' Por Sale Steam threshing machine, the best make; also good farm for .sale or rent, one mile south of town. Ap ply at this olllce. 20 tf lleggs' Herman Salve is the mo', perject Pile remedy ever put on the market. Cures where all others fail. A positive guarantee with every box Scatou, your popular druggist, keeps it on hand. Notice to SuliHtrlliert. Subscribers to The Leader who fail to receive their papers promptly every morning will please report such fail ures to this ollice at once. Do Ion Want ii Cleitu .Sli.nt-V C. T Vinson, barber; shop near cor ner of Tirst arid Harrison. Clean shaves, the best hair cuts; clean tow els Skilled workmen. Call on Vin son. tf The best way touvoid scalp disease, hair falling out, und premature bald ness, is to tie the best preventative known for that purposo Hall's hair renewor. For Kent Two-story frame house, 7 rooms, situated at 50H Hast Springer avenue, owned by Dr. II. P. Halstead. Apply at territorial school olllce. ' ! to Not Ite. To pensioners: All pensioners call ing at the county clerk's ollieu to have i vouchers tilled must bring and ex hibit certificates or they positively wilt he refuseil accommodation. Very respoctfully submitted. K. Lmmktt sikw a in, tf County Clerk Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Large front room for rent 117 No ble avenue. Address "S" this olllce. 1 w Some people always look fresh and young, while others look prcmaturly old, with skin dried up and wrinkled. The only difference between the two is the loss of vitality in the blood. Peo ple using Heggs' Wood Purifier and Itlool Maker always look fresh and healthy. Sold and warranted by your popular druggist, Seaton. Those who never road the advertise ment in their newspapers miss mora than they presume. Johnathuu Juni son, of llolan, Worth county, Iowa, who had beon t rubied with rliouma tism in his back, arms and shoulders read an item in his paper about how u prominent German cltUeu of Ft. Mad ison had boon cured. Hu procured the same medicine, and to use his own words: "It cured me right up." He also says- "A neighbor and his wife were both sick in bod with rheuma tism." The boy was over to my house ane said thoy were so bad he had to do the cooking. I told him of Cham borlain's Pain Halm and how it had cured me, he got a bottle and it cured them up in a weok. !M) cents a bottle. For sale by F. II. Lillie &. Co. Teachors' registers boat feund printed bound in iiianilla and cloth for sale at lioyle's book store. The law says these registers are requirud to be used by teachers in ull public schools Approved by Superintendent Cameron tf ROYAL Baking Powder. Highest of all in leavening Strength. -U, S. Uovcramcut KcporU The Hair is tho crowning Iwauty of woman and is something eviry worn un should be interested in If your hair is dry and brittle, fulling out or turning gray, try HeggV Hair Renew or. A positive guarrntoo w Ith every bottle Price 75 cts. Isold by Sen Io nian Drug Co For salo At Leador olllee; one half modi inn Chandler & Price (lordon press lix.'O, It is iti pcrfcit condi tion and is running every day at ur otlice- Wo must n.akt room f r.arge press. t' . r" HOTEL EAST HARRISON AVENUE. H. H. PERRY, Prop'r. Stillwater and Orlando Exctonae Barn. j SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK, Prop's. 1 First-class livery barns at Stillwater and Orlando. The best of Ummiir mm Improved facilities for carrying passengers between these two points. Team I always ready to start at any time in the day and return at your pi ensure ' The Dhortcst and quickest route between Guthrie and Stillwator Is via Orland M L Ti II.NKR. President. Capital National GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. Capital fully paid, : : Undivided profits. : G. M. BARNRS 8c SON FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND TORNADO INSURANGE. We have a full set of records and are ready to furnish promptly To real property In Uuthrlo and Loitan bo absolutely correct Lawyers and others aud legally correct should consult us. promptly done. MONEY TO LOAN farOFFICK. NO. 302 ST. MAKYS A Hosirtlhif' sintl Day School 00LLEQE HILL, Sixth year. Founded by the Kt. Hev. A C. Oarrett, bishop of iioithern Texas, and under liis supervision. Will open Sept 1'.', 1S01. College and Pre paratory Courses. Classics and Higher Mathematics in charge of graduate of Wollosley College and University of Toronto. Departments of Music and Art under direction of the best Instructors, trained in (icrinany. Kiigland and Jt'c.v Kngland Conservatory of Music Kloctiliou taught by graduate of the F.nicr son School of Oratory, lioston. Terms, for tuition, including unci -nt and inoder.ii languages and all Knglish branches, board, fuel, light.wa.shing, Sim per A i. num. Music, Art, Elocution, extra charges. Fur catalogues ami fur illllli 1 M Inittll nt inn n,l1 xnr-n lfTflfl fT1Tl XI Tl r fTt Tl t t 1 i . .. k... iiiii4tiuii atiuic- ouao lunoijiti, rrincipal, numary s Mist ute. n.i E, Whyte Grocery, Fruit and Wine Co, 1121 AND lll3 WALNUT. ST . KANSAS CI I Y. Wines, Champagne, English and Scotch Ale and Whiskey, Retailed at Wholesale Prices. WINES: Wo buy our wine in carload lots guaranteed to bo strictly pure in every Xliifundel, it Angelica l'oit Sherry iiituKc lain f 3.1 kiiI. lass l lain iss:t lslH isss IslU l ss l so l I so 1 M 1 50 WHISKEYS, ALES Keiitticky Club, pur gal New Kyi- ! Old Kentucky l'ioiititir HoiiiImhi Seven jour-old-K)e .. Old Crow Sour Mush... Illtiu (iriisji Until tun .. New Eiiirluud Ituiii ..SI mi . 1 XI . .' mi . . ',' .VI .. I mi . .' to .. 1 7S .. :i mi In live gallon lots wo make a dediution of 2S cents per gallon No charge for '. gal. oak kegs or jugs. All orders taken subject to approval of the house Otltt I'cIIowk at lVrry. Tho Odd Follows will hold an anni versary of the origin of the order at I'orry, Friday, April 2. All the lodges of tho territory will be out. The following local notice has bocn is sued: All members of (iutlirie Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F.. are reiuested to meet at Odd Fellows hall for special meeting, callud by N. (1., April 20th, at ii o'clock u m.; anniversary of the order. C. A Wkiiikmax, N. O. J. Fore Airr, Sec. All members of No IT will meet the same timo and place. W. 11. Hnu.NXKit, N. (I. F. W. KiTTKitnrscH, Sec'y ut Spring is full of terrors to all whose constitution is not able to resist the sudpen changes of tpmporature und other Insalubrities ot the season. To put the system in condition to over come these evils, nothing is so Direct ive as Ayer's Sarsupurilla. Try it. "Our Native Herb," spring medicine. is tho boat Lost A purM'. containing $1(1 in cash, between M E church und Col Sell noil's home on I'.ro.nl Libcrul iv ward. Apply at this orllce. Ntillcc. All accounts dim us must bo paid on or bforo April W. or same will be placed liwutornoy'h hands for collec tion. Ml'HKAY A Wmi.iamn. lfyourwife is troubled with hend uuhu, buy her a box of "Our Native Herbs." t'oilKh mill C'tiiiuli mill C'oiikIi. Hut if you dosiro to stop coughing, try l!etfgT Cherry Cougli Syrup It re liovos instantly, ami will ell'cct a per matiunt euro ((ulukor than uny cough euro on tint inurkoL Price 2S, Mi and SI. 00 A positive guarantee with every bottlt. Sold by Sotonian Drug Co 1'tir I.-mc ijiiururMiitonMiiiini lami near iiiiihtlir g. ml lai I plentv if water Ad trt I aii i th i 11 c 4 11 tf ROYAL, (ii:0 I-;. HILLINC.sLKY, i iishiet BANK $50,000 50,000 county We (1UAKANTKK our almtractt lo dtislrlng UliUiiu'tx that are lochnlrallv Couvoyaticliig, Notarial work ami Typosriipt On LoKau county farms and Improved city property. IuvufIoh, sen ns. OKLAHOMA AVKNUK.JKJ INSITUTE, lor Vouni; L;ultts- iiuil DALLAS, TEXAS. (Jil'lH, IIS direct from tlio vineyard. They are all respect or money cheerfully refunded. .Muscatel , Chi ret Cut grupu luitiidy liitaxc iwi l 1SK1 i -i 1MUI IHfe.'! 13M3 iati im s", 1 "-. J 'I 3 :-i l ') AND CH Ai PAGN E: litmulcii Hum oiu Tom tilu.. . .McEmius Scotch . i periloz i.iiKiisii aic nun I'm i (5. II. Minimi's Etra t Cook' Imperial " j tl pi do .t" tm pt " in mi tt " is mi pi " lo mi E, WHYTE, Grocery, Fruit and Wine Company, 1121 und 11U3 Walnut St., Kansas City, Mr. FOR RENT. (lood s ore rooms, centrallj lucati-d Very cheap. Furnished house, four or live rooms. 11 acres of land ami house ,,n,- half mile from the city, very cheap FOR SALE. (lood four num house ami tiolots prico S'iiHi. Two rchidiMieu lots, fc'.o Two lots un Cleveland avenue, sr.u. G. H. LYNDS. Telephone No. 27. Heggh' Little (liant I'ilU' Hoggs' Little (limit l'illf,! Hngga Llttlo (Jlant l'HU! ICtu'p the iiaiiiu in miiiil when you want u porfuct and honest pill. Forty pllUin iiuch bottle. All others have fiiuii i" to JO. hold by Seaton FOIt A (3001) LIVERY RIG Oo to STAPLETON'S Livery Barn, CISTSIand Ar. East ol Division St. il '1 r. r.