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FOR LOANS, ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE, SEE W. M. BRONSON, BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY BUILDING.
PAYRE'S CELERY COMPOUND k SURE
NO WEL-L-INFOIMIKD PERSON'
SUFFERS FK031 IT
The Disease No Longer An in
Urealcst or All llcmeilics Pres
cribed by Doctors. "
Long, Brilliant Record
Neuralgia and rheumatism, two dis
orders, no longor incurable
Physicians today get rid of rheuma
tism and neuralgia, as they do sleep
lessness, melancholy, hysteria and
other results of nervous exhaustion,
by building up the system and sup
porting tho delicate nervo parts by
the uso of I'jlnu's celery compound
Paino's celery compound attacks tho
disease by gelling the system uacK
t" its properly nourished condition.
It Ftamls alono iu the history of medi
cine, itlsacertaiu speellic for the
cure, not only of rheumatism, hut also
of all diseases due to Impoverished
nerves and blood.
Tho closo connection of well-fed
nerves and brain with health, is the
solid roelc upon which Painc's celery
compound stands The thousands of
men and women all over tho country
who have been cured of rheumatism
onco for all, by l'alne's celery com
pound, have made good alt that medi
cal fraternity first predicted for it.
That It restores health and strength
to the body made weary, listless and
despondent from nervous deblltty,
needs no proof today In thousands of
The list of those it has freed from
rheumatism is a long ono. It contains
a host okwoll hnown mun and
ivl home and abroad. Kvry
town in the United States and
Palna'H celery compound was first
prepared by l'rof I.ilward Kt l'holps,
M 1) , I. L D . of Iiarinoitlh college
Uvor since its first nppeuranco it lias
been lhe one rccognlml nerve nnd
brain lnvigorator among mudical men.
Its constant use by physicians, where
an ncllvo nutriment Is urgently need
ed, sponlts volumes for its elllcacy in
diseases of nervous origin.
Strength, buoyant spirits and free
dom from pain comes with its use.
IiirIUIi L'npttul for American Inn-Mim-ntu
Importunt to Americans seeking
English capital for now enterprises.
A list containing lhe names uud ad
dresses of 3!o successful promoters
who have placed over .tioo.Ouo.ooo
sterling iu foreign investments within
the last six yuars, and over riH,(i()0,00()
for tho seven months of lS'.iS. Price
15 or $!.',, payable by tho postal order
lo tho Loudon and Uuiverhity liuruau
of Invofitors. ',(), t'himpsiili-, Loudon, K
C. Niibsorilcra will be entitled, by
arrangement with the director, to re
colvu either personal or letters of In
troduction to any of these successful
This list UOrst-elauiiii evory rcspeel
and ovary man or llrm uhuto name
appears tliorein may be depended
upon. Fnr plauing the following it
will he found invaluable bonds or
fcharoe of industrial, commercial, and
financial concerns, mortguge loans
ttalo of lauds, patents or mlnen.
Directors, Sin KdwaiiuC Ho-",,
Hon. Wai.ikk O. Pkvv.
Uait. Am nun Stifkk
Ilnlrmptltiii uf Trrkllurliil WiirrunU
r.UTIIUII', O. T., Oct, 15, 11)5.
Kolleo is hereby given that there
fund on hand to redeem !! general
fund wnrruuts registered on or beforo
MaA3. 1303, tip to rel'lfctcrod No. 7.;
Normal school warrants to registered
Nu 381. Dnlverslly wnrranls to regis
lured No. lit), and Hoard of Education
warrants up to registered No. 25. In
terest ceases on all warrants in above
call after thirty days.
M L. TfitNKit,
Trcasuror, Oklahoma Territory.
Dr Ignalz Mayor remains In Guth
rie; consult him about car, eye. nose
and throat. Ofllco over Jieo Hire.
DO YOU READ ?
Lcok at Ui is feast for the long win
tor ovaulngs which ran be found on
LIHIq'b nows counters!
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IlltuirdUd Atnerlrau ID
Life . ID
IVilOH Wri-kly 10
Unci, sam 10
l.eiill. slludgtt 10
Mun--- K Mag-lllne .. ,0
McC'lurcN Manaitne . .. 10
Ttieirt-at nildc 10
Harp,. - Wt-vkly IP
Mlrilltaii Magatlue 10
ltoitiaui t- 10
I-allr lluim- Journal . . 10
Ci-nlun Maganlne 35
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AtUuI,. Mniillil) x&
Curt nt I.ili-iature
Ia'I' l'"'UUr MoHtbijr sg,
Miuitiilv illustrator ai
Deltii.ai.i j. 10
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A larifo lino of Ktory books and dally
papers, otc. They will take your sub
scription for any porlodical published
tit publlshor'ti price. They carry too
largest and best selected stock of
hoolH In tho city antt solicit your pat
ronage n this line.
F, I, LILLIE k CO.
Drtff, UA iMi Km Dipt,
OUTHBIB, O. T.
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
Hrlef OUnccn, 1'oliileil, nt Happenings Id
nnl Aliont the City.
Hear Mrs. Lcoo today.
Loyal American parado today.
Lccn Pitts enmo in last night.
Tlico Hurkc In tiers from Wichita,
Mack Schaffcr, of Perry, is in the
Mi. 0. G
Kiblack of Chandler Is in
has returned from
Mrs. John Stone Is visiting In Okla
Dr. Fur.long went to
Iter, and Mrs.
lloggcas leavo today
II. a Mundy
returned last night
JlWnlly Ong will join
in honor of the
Mrs. Mary Lease will speak today to
tho Loyal Americana,
.1 II Vreeland left for Wichita yes
terday on a business trip.
Mrs. Igual. Mayer and son left yes
terday for New York.
The Loyal Americans will hold a big
public parado this morning
Ocorgo Taylor leaves today for
Hot Springs lo move a house
Sheriff Painter returned yesterday
from Gainesville, Tev,
Otto Ilokomeyer has just recovered
from a sovcro attack of fover.
William Markward and Miss Itecder
were married last evening.
Attorney J. R. Cottingham returned
last night Iroin tho north.
will leave today
for Galveston and
Sheriff Painter nrrested a man yes
tsrtlay on suspicion pf having set (Ire
tj Satton s barn.
Fjmuharson.fc Morris are preparing
I v;onw J f0 move to Cohtrtisv.ld stand, opposite.
city aiy.,,, iann onicc.
I Canada' -I 1 1
an their meetings in Alio West iluth
ilo church, last night f J
Lee Nutter wai ru t over by it full
sized "josh" last ulglit, but he will be
right side up today.
Dr. Slocu u returned last night from
Mulhall where ho attended a meeting
of the I. O. 0. F. grand lodge.
The $5,000 damage suit of Thistle
7s. the city was on trial all of yester
day in district court.
Deputy Marshal Joo Scvcrns re
turned last night fromTopeka, whith
er he look a l) S. prisoner.
11. A. Ardery has altered Dan Sttiait
35,01)0 to bring tlio Corbett-Fltzsim-moils
contest to this city.
Gcncrui and Mrs. Jamison nnd Miss
lllooklo leave today for Omaha and
oilier points northwest on ft pleasure
Giles W. Itruce left yesterday for
Mulhall to attend a session of the I.
O. O. F. grnnd lodgo. Giles Is a prom
inent candidate for secretory of tho
Dan Pccry, the mulling and astute
fnbcr-Hhover of tho Kl Keno Globe, was
in the city yesterday. He will tuku iu
tho editorial oxuurson.
The Ladies' Industrial society pf tho
Catholic church will meet Wednesday
at 2 p m. at tho residence of Mrs. J
11. Overbay, 515 Noble ave.
Ladles wishing tholr hair dressed
for the whist party should call at Mrs
Warner's hair dressing parlors, ut tlio
Fuir In tho Oswego block.
In mentioning lLi tleetntoii In the
iiarniiani-itogati caso yesterday a
pographlcal error made It read
ngau. llogau Is tlio ilefenduut and
lives near Chandler.
William Markward bus returned
from Denver and will embark on an
agricultural career. Ha Is a well
known athlete, but has doe'ded to give
up sports. He lias rented a farm near
town wiiero ho and his bride will re
side. Mr. M. is a pleasant young man
and his many friends wish him suc
cess. Mr. and Mrs. WIU Gruober entor
tartalued the following Monday night
in honor of Mr. Gruobcr's birthday
anniversary: Mr, and Mrs. George
Taylor, T. is. Tingle, Gorton, Mc
Oruber' Messrs. liurch, Welch; Mrs.
Churchill. Miss Ash, of Topeku, Kas.,
Mor.s. Hamilton, Sheriff, Anderson,
Olds, Woymati and Grant Gorton.
The following is going tho rounds of
tho papers: "Laying on of hands for
complaints, especially in children, Is
now taxing tho place or christian
science. A mothct cured her boy of
tho cigarette habit with ono dose.
She laid her left hand on tho boy's
neck, her right hand on a substantial
slipper, and then applied the slipper
where it would do the most good. It
effected u cure and a relapse is not
Dr Ignatz Mayer remains in Guth
rie. Consult him about eye, ear, nose
and throat. Office over Dee Hive.
Nothing scares our millers and
wholesale dealers so bad as to see
Houghton unload a car ot O. II. and
Homo Hour. It looks like it Beared
them out of 20c per hundred on the
Mra Mary Lcaso arrived la the city
yesterday and Is quartered at tho
lluyal. She spolto In Latigston yester
day mid lust night was initiated Into
the Ancient Order of Loyal Americans,
Today Mra. Lease vlll address the
throng at Island Park
Dr. lgnaU Mayer remalus in Guth
rie. Consult him about eye, ear, nose
una throat imtce over uco lllve.
A ri ntor comes front Cashing that O.
L. Miller and wife were murdered in
cold blood Saturday night by unknown
parties. O. L Miller, a brother ot
Ilruce Miller, who was shot lost year,
was badly wounded. Tho supposition
Is that the McKlroy gang committed
the murder under the pretcMM of be
ing a vigilant committee.
Dr. Ignatz Mayer rewalM In 0U-
rle; consult him awMit eye; Mr,
uud throat OMm rr HIv.
FAIR ASSOCIATION TAKES THE
MATTER IN HAND.
MANY TELEGRAMS TO DAM STUART.
(lutlirle llanlnem Men Mnko FUtlorlDK
Offers to Ilia Florid Athletic tluh
Capital City U Amplr Able to Take
Cure of the Crowd and Kutrr-
taln (he I'ugllUtn-.Sunla fe
Knad Will llrlp.
Uver sovonty-uvo telegrams were
sent from this city to Dan Stuart, of
tho Florida Athletic club at Dallas,
yesterday. All were forwarded by
substantial bustness men, and one,
containing fifty words, was sent by
tho State Fair association. Tho bur
den of all these telegrams was an Invi
tation lo Stuart to pull off the Corbott
Fit.simmons mill In Oklahoma. Since
the contest cannot be brought oft in
Texas and Arkansas there Ib no reason
why Oklahoma should not shy tier
castor In tho ring and make a bid.
Tho territorial laws tare not strin
gent, and a gathering of sports In the
elty wonlJ mean money in tho pockets
of business men. A special sent out
from Gnthrli- tho other day
puts the matter thin way.
The State Fair Association, of Guth
rie, has sent formal bid to Dan Stuart,
president of Florida Athletic Club, for
thoCorbctt-Fitzsimmons contest to be
pulled oil at Guthrie. The fair associa
tion has just finished a successful weak
of rccs and claim they can nccomtno
date a large crowd of visitors. They
claim tho laws of the territory arc
such that tho fight can bo putted off.
-even if the governor should object, as
prize fighting is only a misdemeanor,
ami as a bill fnr prize fighting passed
the lower house last winter and lacked
only a vury small voto of passing the
tippor hobso of tho legislature, they
liunic tne governor win nanny can an
extra session lo prevent the fight, and
would likely bo dafeatcd If such a
. . . L
move should on tried, iiieir oui Tor
the light is quite assttlug. They
sVstance. M '
New and modern corner building,
with saloon free anil clear, In first
class shape, doing paying business, to
trude for good land with running
water and timber P. P. lilass, Guth
rie, Ok. tf
Did you notice that llourdropped 20c
per hundred when Houghton, the west
side merchant, shipped in a car of O.
It. and Homo.
Orniul V iicrrt,
Monday, October 28, '9.', by Prof.
I):ih I, founder of Dant'n conservatory,
of New York. Tho eelobrateil pianist
und lineal descendant of Ole Hull, the
renowned Norwegian and the world's
greatest violinist, assisted by a full
corps of his specially trained artists,
in piano, vocal and violin solos. Ono
half of profits to be given to Mrs. S.
Leo Uradou, to be used by her in
To be given in the Christian church,
Oct. 28, at 8 p. m.
The Ladles Social circle of the First
Presbyterian church will meet at the
rcs!dcnce of Mrs. M. K Hitchcock,
Wednesday, Oct 10, at 3 o'clock p. in.
All membra requested to bo present.
Wanted To boy
organ. Address J.
rent piano or
P. Must bo
Does advertising by distributing bills
fay? Ask The New Rush. Ra.nsay
iros., The Fair. F. B. Llille & Co., Dr.
Vi in. Pickett, druggist, and last, but
not lest, ask Smith, the bill distrib
utor. Give your bills to Smith, tho bill dis
tributor. 10 8 t5
You will not have bad broad if yo.t
will use O. II or Homo Hour, sold by
F. K Houghton, 703 Noble avenue,
A Word From tho Welcome to the Public
About Sept. 1 owing to money mat
ters being very close and times in gen
eral through the territory being close,
we concluded to run out our entire
queensware stock at cost and make
room for other lines of goods which
we thought would be more profitable
to carry. Slnco commencing our sale
we have had a great many citizens of
the city and country to express their
regret at our going out of the queens
ware business as thore was not a com
plete line carried in the city excepting
the stock we have been carrying.
Therefore wo have concluded to stock
up some for the holiday trade, but
shall endeavor to give you a line of
goods cheaper and ot a finer grade
than has ever beon carried In Oklaho
ma territory. You thrt have bought
during our sale have nothlog to mourn
over as you bought your goods as
cheap as any merchant In Guthrie or
Oklahoma owns theirs. There foro you
are benefitted and we are the losers.
From this time on our motto will bo to
sell more goods and not as big a mar
gin as we have been asking you here
tofore, and wo will guarantee any
thing you buy of us In tlio queensware
line to be equally as low as you can
buy ot any retail house on the Mis
We thank our many friends for the
liberal patronage thoy have given us
In the post and solicit a continuance
ot your good will and patronage, and
request all those who dcslro courteous
treatment, honest goods and low prices
to call and see us.
M. A. Ci.auk,
3t '"The Welcomi Grocery.
Ladles, attend thebonnet opening
at the palace wllllaery Thursday and
Friday If you want to see something
FwabM roam to 'rent 1 p4vaW
ttwllr. m Mtffel v 1 t
Highest of all in Leavening Powcr.Latcst U.S. Gov'l Repo:
llntr the Money ot llartranft l'ot Wim
GOTllllIli Ok , Oct. 16, 'OS.
Report of W. 11. Herod, chairman of
the finance committee, to llart
ranft Post No. 3, G. A. 11:
Post commander and comrades: As
tho chairman of tho finance committee
I hereby submit the following report,
as showing correctly tho funds which
came Into my hands to bo expended
for the legitimate expenses of tho Ter
ritorial Ueunlon, held in tills city on
October 0-1 1, 18D5
I am chargeable with tho amount
of the net procoeds of the social
held on irovcrntnent acre, S A C5
August 20, to amount received of
Comrade Hay, a member of tho
commit, tee. and donated by par
ties on Harrison avenue, 7.25
August SO, to amount rocelved of
Comi ado Henderson, momber of
committee, $17.20; Oct. 7, 37.25.
Total, 21 45
August 30, amount received from
Comrade Heck, member of com
mitter, from U. S. marshal's of
Oct. 1, from same, Jl; Oct. 10, 25e.
Sept. 4, amount received from Com
rade House, colored, member of
committee, appointed by the
committee on arrangements, 2 7i
Oct 7, amount received from tho
following named parties:
Phil Uosenbaum, 81.0
IlobU W. Illack. 1.00
George Gardener, .60
L- B. Pitts, .SO
C It. llrooks, .50
Total, 810- 05
With amount received of Comrade
Furrow, omitted, 31.00, 317.05
Ono member of the committee, Com
rade Titus, who was assigned to the
west side, has made no report.
I have paid out on tho order of the
committee on arrangements, nnd am
following cretins, to-
D,r, Smart. 52 00
" i r,r
,.--.. W... .. (v
- (V 1B3 K)
- ' $i..-
Received .... 317.05
Paid out IS 55
Amount on hand to bal. MW
Guthrie. Okla. Oot. 15, A. D , 1805.
Received of W. II. Herod, chairman
ot the finance committee, the abme
amount and sum of 332 -10 In full.
M. L. Mock,
Adjutant of the post, and secretary
for and acting on behalf of the
committee on arrangements.
Anil Koiluk Simla at 1'hmIiii; Incident In
John Buck, father of tho notorious
ltiifus, shot at Leputy Marshal Clias
Mcintosh twico the other night lie
had been drinking all day und made
severul threats against Mcintosh and
Deputy Marshals Mark Mooro and
Sam liaynes, that they woro instru
mental in having nil sou sentencca to
bo hanged. They nil mot that night
and woro discussing tho matter when
Buck drew his pistol and II red twice
at Mcintosh, neither (shot taking ef
fect. Ho was disarmed, but not ar
rested. He swears that ho kill them
Times-Journal: Tho president lias
saved West Point Cadets Ralph Ms
Seay and Herbert L.WIgmore from be
ing dismissed from the service Tbcso
cadets belong to tho fourth class, and
were court martlaled at the military
academy on the chargo of "conduct lo
the prejudice of good order and mili
tary discipline." The specifications
were, leaving camp without authority,
and reporting "all right" on their re
turn. They pleaded uot guilty, but
tho court found them guilty iu both
cases and sentenced them to be dis
missed from the service. Tlio presi
dent approved the finding ot tho
court but mitigated tlio sentence to
confinement to the barracks and gym
nasium for three months.
Tryon Mercury: On Sunday night
while Mr. Venurd was at church ho
sat. In front and Mrs. Venard took a
back scat near tho door. In tho mean
time, during the service, her two boys
had loaded up a quantity ot furniture
In the wagon and when they wrre
ready to start lot their mother know
and went off on the "double quick,1'
When Venard got homo ho was sur
prised to find that his house was baro
and the birds had llown.
Dr. Ignatz Mayer remain in Guthrie;
consult him about oyo, ear, noso and
throat. Ofllco over Bee Illyo.
Grand cancert at Christian church
Oct. 23, by Prof. Dahl.
If you want a loaf ot bread made
from O. B. Hour, call at Sexauer's bak
ery, Clcvelaud avenue, East Guthrie,
or nt F. E, Houghton's store, Wost
Wanted A four or five-room house,
furnished. Must have stable on prem
ises, with room for thrco or four
horses.' If suitable, place will rent
till spring. Address, Box 230, Guthrie,
O. T. 10 t4
And Speedily Cured by
WHEN ALLVELSB FAILS
A warm balh wilh CUTICbKA OAP
and a single application of CUVICURA,
(ointment), wW alforii instant rchef, per
mit rest and steep, and point to a speedy,
permanent cure of tlw most distressing of
Robin and burm sfckt and scalp Uijsases,
after all obr MutkoJt fail
H ttumjtut It voriA.
HiMie .! r. Xuuii k
I V . INma IMvm Cuts.
W2 JL XwtjftMMjIU k
It llriiMK the Orouil,
Tho Grand ItapldsMle'il"itn, Leader,
has this lo sfty of the new great Syn
dicate shows uuil Paris Hippodrome
which will exhibit in Guthrie Oct. 17:
'It was a largo crowd I iat visited
the performance of tho new great Sys
dlcate Shows last evening. Fully S.5U0
people occupied the seats and departed
at the closo of the cutortainmunt well
satisilcd wlllt tho exhibition they .had
received. The character oft lie entire
show, from beginning lo end. In every
department. Is nbovo reproach. It is
from statt to finish far beyond tho or
dinary lircus andlnn,nalityiHt'te peer
of any In tho land."
About millinery openings! Miss "Pat
terson, tho Harrison street milliner,
Tho most beautiful nnd tho cheapest
in mo city. Alto TV best trimmer in
in tho territory. Wlffce you nro doing
tho "openings" don't lull to see whnt
sho lias and got her pris which will
surely glvo you n pleasant surprise.
Justico dockcU, latest style, neatly
'bound, for salo at Tun Lkadku office.
Nothing adds more to the
comfort and appearance of
a gentleman than a suit of
well-fitting clothes. He
always looks well, Is ever
at ease, and feels as though
life ltsolf is worth living.
Geo. II. Willis, tho enter
prising nnd exclusive tall-
or of UiIg city,again grcetn
his patrons und the public
iu general with the finest
r - -l
to this "c'
He til ay1
a pfi frit fit
a personal In-
and In. ilea
spection of bis goods.
Victor Bloek, 1st and Harrison,
Cor. Oklahoma avenue nnd First si,,
Residence: Corner Noble Ave, and
Hi Li GOH
The Rush for Ileayy weight
Now is tho time to urder vour
Suit and Overcoat
IHIHBIBR"iE9(lHMr ""? Hka&HB.rJ
Is tho place to go whe yru want
anything in his line. Onoo tiled
you will bo convinced of tho ap
proprlatones of his motto:
Full list of Drills.
dries. Paints, Oils. Stationery, Cro
quet Stts, Sponges, Hammocks.
Ltc, at your own
prices beforo you
save you money.
204 Cor. Oklahoma
EAST -HAMISOH AVENUE,
He a FERRY, Prbp'r.
WAb&Y -0NGJS trnFE"
Oysters Fish and Game of all Kinds on Hand
all the time.
Only short order liouso Iu (iullirlo. Second si. wsor Harrison
Tho largest slock and tho lowest prices in the territory.
and wholesale dealers in
SADDLERY AND HARNESS
of every description, Blankots, Robes, Whips, etc. A largo stock to select
from. Examine onr goods and prices. Shoe findings a specialty.
I.iiolc for the Ulir Collar
11U tlk. Ao.
DR. IGNATZ MAYER,
W W 'fc' ' -vbku
Otu IS in, SI loSp
Olllco ovevUeo Hive's New Store, 0k. Ave., Guthrie, 0. T.
Practice Limited to Diseases and Sargery of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES
Scientifically adjusted to suit the most complicated cases of defective sight
J. W. MoNEAL, Puts
OTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
mith Arms Co.,
and Sportsmen's Goods. Agents for the
nrlee. tint 1,1.
buy. Uo will
Ave. and first St.
r -. v I
A.J. SHAY, V:cX'PBaibd3
' Ji . j la:
I Directsrt In addition to Rank Ofilcerii
HORACE SPEED, ROUT. MARTIN 11ENEY LIMN
W. J, HORSFALL, Cashier.