The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 57, Ed. 1 Friday, July 10, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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le State Capital. J
By the State Capital Printing Co.
IT IS BRILLIANT BRYAN! Schmidt's
A, 0. U. W, LODGE,
Interesting Installation Ceremonies
81 HSCIlti'TION It AT KM.
by That Order Last Evening.
Daily 1 year
Dally. 1 month
Daily, i week
Weekly. 1 year
Weekly. ft months
km The Presidential Pernimmon Knocked Oil by the
I) r ask a llero—A Candidate Selected troin
West of tlie Mississippi lor First Time.
Bill ol Fare for Saturday and Sunday e a s' miti oi s uamii kt
Gl UTHRIK I.ODGK No * I. O. O K Ueeta
T Monday night of each week at 7 30 Vis-
iting Odd Fellows are always welcome
H. G. OottToN, N. O.; O. W. Built K, Secretary,
Lock Box 179.
(1 UTHRIK LODGK No. i, A. O. U. W., meetn
JX Thursday evening t f each week at 7:30
p. m hall in Victor block, cor;, 1st ami Uarrl
von ttvr Visiting Workmen are always wel-
come O. U. Montuomiuy, W W.
u. W. Vampher, Recorder.
r\ i THRIR I' HX3K No I, K of P bum I
T every Wednesday at 7:30, in flieir hall in
the Victor building. corner of Kimt aud Uarri
bun. Vialtlng Knights are always welcome.
j. Fort akt, O. w Haucn, C. C.
M ol K anil K of R. S.
• Juicy steak, Choici
i> Beef Roasi
I I .'oast
GOLD FORCES COMPLETELY ROUTED!
| i'ork Roast,
THE NAOMI not SKHOI n OK W'TH Nil
KtJ of the O. I'. o. of O. F., meets the first
Tuesday evening in each month at the Oraud
Army hall on Harrison ave. All members are
veil nested to be at this meeting as it is the
monthly meeting The second Tuesday night
of each month Ih devoted to lodge instruction.
Mi- M. A. Pullins, 51. N O.; Mrs. Nellie Jones,
Hail toad Time-Table.
Atchison, Topeka a Santa Fk
NORTH, I 1ST AND u EST
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Arrive.
Guthrie. Guthrie. Kan. City. Chicago.
1 5:0X p
.i Ml p.m. 13 a. m
«:50a. m. |IO::tOp.m
i Local Freight.
I lll v - I A N li sol I'll W ICTT.
Leave. I jSrlve. I Arrive,
iuthrie. hi Worth, (ialvea'n.
Refused to Vote at Any Time During Roll Call or lo Make the Nomination
Unanimous When All the Silver States Ha.I Withdrawn Tlu ir Can
(lidates Ttie Fitth B.illoi Makes Ihe Required Majority
Editor McLean of the Cincinnati En-
quirer Slated for Vice-President.
407118 £& P i
406110 f.h p. i
453 12:15 p i
11:08 p i
I I "ti P_
; 0:16 p. m .• SB a
KlO a uj ■ |y:30 p.
| Local Freight.
60 hours to Los Angeles.
Free chair cars on all trains. Pull-
man Palace sleepers to Kansas City
and Chicago without change. Also to
Fort Worth and Galveston.
Through railroad and steamship tick-
ets sold to all points. Passengers
booked to all points in the continent
of Europe; also from any port or in-
land point in Kurope through to any
point in the I'nitcd States. Prepaid
tickets paid for here will he delivered
to pasfiengers at their residence in
Kurope. For full particulars call on
i. k<>. T. Nn holson, P A . Chicago.
VV. J Hi.a< k. A ( . p. A..Topeka. Kan
L. tt. Dki.ankv, Agent (iuthrie, Ok.
Why not ride a Col-
umbia and know you
have the best that can
F. B LILLIE & GO.
1 lie Noiutiiatloii
CiiicAon. Ill, July 10.—[Special.)
On the fifth ballot Michigan cast
votes for Bryan, which caused cheer
ing to be renewed Including Louis-
iana Ury an had 1" 0. Bland 1 *,. The
Illinois delegation returned to hall
amid great excitement. New York
refused to answer. North Carolina's
chairman in casting vote calls out,
"Twenty-two votes for the nominee of
this convention, \V. .1. Bryan.' In-
cluding Tennessee Bryan had
Bland ♦is. Texas stuck t< Bland ami
gave hiin votes Illinois broke to
Bryan, causing the convention to go
Bland's letter asks to have his name
withdrawn at any time when it ap
pears that some one else seems to be
the choice of the convention. Cheers.
(iovernor Stone withdraws Bland
and asks that the Missouri vote be
given to Bryan.
It is still < n good authority that
Ohio's action in breaking to Bryan
will certainly give the nomination for
vice-president to John R. McLean, of
Ohio Iowa withdraws Boies and
gives its vote to Bryan.
The delegations generally, changed
le votes of their states to Bryan and
Will begin giving meals
for 15 cent-.
Ice Cream Every Day
Go to I litnself for Spring
Opposite the Government
file your letters.
Hume Potulor. Wlil.li Pr.illlal.tr
Interest Illinium* Men.
Tit it Statu C.umtai. Iiuk jnt.1 hud
mad.' by the manufacturer, a large
number <if letter tiles wliieli ale uiui'li
Buperior to anything heretofore sold
in Oklahoma, llaviqg these made in
large lots we (fot tliem at an astonish*
ingly'low priee and propose I., (five
our eustomers the beuetit of the reduc-
tion. These tiles are railed' Tun Statk
Capitai. Victoh." When you use them
once you will have no other. We sell
them' ut the following prices:
One (He 8 411
One dozen 1 00
These are much bi tter llles than you
have heretofore been paying T.* cents
eaeh for. They have Thk Statk i ai'I
tai.'h imprint uoon tliem, and we hope
by this extreme y low price to give
them a wide introduction because we
know when you nee use them you
will order again.
At these prices cash must accompany
Statu Caittai. I'hintimi Co-.
Guthrie, O. T.
urka'i i'aheks HHi a WlXti.
There are fiva great metropolitan
weekly newspapers you can get with
TH t VV tt KLY SlAft CAPITAL
one year at 25 cents each any one of
these papers and THE WEEKLY
STA1L CAPI PAL tor one year at 50
cents, and th« weekly Kansas City
Star tor 20 cents a year. THE
WEEKLY STATE CAPITAL and
Star one year for 45 cents. Fee our
Revised club list.
HON. W. J. lilt VAN.
his nomination bid fair to be uuani
Turpie, of Indiana, takes the stand
to withdraw the nomination of Matth-
ews and cast the vote of the state fcr
Turpie made a motion that nomina-
tion of Bryan be made unanimous
which was objected to on the part of
the states that refused to take part in
The chairman thereupon declares
the vote on the nomination of Bryan
unanimous, tin* majority of the dele-
gates having voted for Bryan.
Bryan was nominated on the fifth
ballot on the vote of Montana
tin his nomination the convention
broke into a furore and the total vote i
David Overuieyer, of Kansas took the
platform and seconded the nomination
of Mr Bland. His praise of the sil-
ver champion was attentively listened
to and loudly applautkd. fongress-
man Williams, of Illinois, also sec-
onded the nomination of Silver Dick.
HryitBi I lie Hoy
The roll call of states was resumed
at California passed and John
C. Lewis, of (ieorgia took the plat-
form to place in nomination Congress-
man Bryan, of Nebraska The men-
tion of Bryan's name brought on an
othi r tumultuous demonstration.
Hundreds of tie legates rose en masse
and the (Jeorgia. Nebraska, California,
Michigan. Louisiana and North Caro-
lina guldions were carried up and
down the aisles in a cheering, shout-
ing. waving procession for the Nebras-
ka man. In a few moments ten thou-
sand people were on their feet watch-
ing the the novel demonstration, and
as Mississippi joins the procession a
mighty cheer went up At the end of
eight ininntts South Dakota pulled in
line aud there was renewed cheering,
after which the convention settled
down to comparative quite and the
chairman's gavel could again be heard.
Lewis finished his speech amid an-
other s'orin of applause which was re-
wed when Kent/, of North Carolina
L-onded the nomination of Bryan
e Nebraska man was also seconded
by Ceo. I'. Wi'liatns, of Massachusetts
ind Kernan, of Louisiana.
Turpie, of Indiana took the| plat-
sorm to present (Jov. Matthews, of
Tryppet, of California, seconded the
nomination of Matthews.
Iloli n Nominated.
Fred W. White, of ludiana, noiui
nated tJo;ernor Boies, of Iowa, fol-
lowed by a demonstration of applause
Women l ake a Maud
Two girls dressed in whits carried
a Boies tanner up anil down the aisles
followed by the entire Iowa delega-
tion. The girls finally took their
seats with the Iowa delegation and
order was restored. Smith of Minne-
sota seconded Boies.
.lue Blackburn Name.I
Rhea, of Kentucky, took the plat-
form and presented the name of Sena
Foote, of California, seconded Black-
Jones, of Arkansas, endorsed Bland
Massachusetts refused to present a
candidate and asked to be passed.
New Jersey said she did not desire
to nominate any man on the platform
adopted by the convention
New York refused to answer the call
for that state.
Colonel Patrick took the platform
to nominate John R. McLain, saying
that with him the democrats can carry
After midnight Pennsylvania an-
nounced that she bail no candidate to
Last Night's Session.
Chk aoO, 111., July 10. — |Special. |
The delegates were slow in gathering
after the adjournment in the after
noon and it was long past the appoint-
ed hour before the convention could
be called to order. At s: 10 the Bland
marching club liled in and was greet-
ed with cheers and the prominent
leaders of the party were each cheered
in succession as they took their seats.
At 8:'J* the convention was called to
order and the roll of states ordered for
presentation of candidates, noininat-
ting speeches being limited to .10 miu
Baily of Texas endorsed Bland, as
did also I tali and Washington, while
West Virginia seconded Blackburn.
Tae chairman of the Wisconsin del-
egation said that they eound not name
any man to stand on the platform of
Dockertv. of Wisconsin, said Wis-
consin would cast her electorial vote
for the nominee of the convention and
Bragg, of Wsieonsin, was standing
on a chair trying to be heard when
(the roll call was declared complete,
j and the convention at 1 Mio adjourned
until 10 o'clock a m.
To Hay's Session.
Ciiicaoo, 111., July 10. [Special !
I The weather is clear and warm. The
first business in order is the balloting
I for president. There seems to be a
| considerable doubt as to whether a
I two-thirds vote of all states is required
j to nominate, or simply two thirds of
the vote given. The best authorities
say the latter, and these bulletins will
be based on that supposition. The
rules of the last convention, which
JO IIN It. M I KAY
lllaml Nominated by \ est
At s: tii Senator N est, of Missouri,
took the platform to nominate Bland
and Arkansas yields her time to Vest.
At the first mention of Bland's name
there was a great demonstration of
applause which lasteil a number of
minutes, growing in force as it con-
tinued until the speaker was obliged
to stop and wait. When Mr. Vest re-
sumed, the platform was jammed and
crowded with people pushing up to
hear, lie said that the revolution of
silver had come to stay and that the
party wanted no uncertain candidate,
nojlatejconvert to the cause, but a man
whose name wassynoiuiuous with that
of silver, a friend of the white metal
tried and true, and such a man was
Silver Dick Bland of Missouri. >i)
ver Dick." whose motto was "silver
A \ erltable Cyclone
At the mention of the great silver
champion a mighty storm of applause
broke forth which fairly made the
great convention structure tremble
aud rolled out in a mighty wave far
across the great city. The Missouri
delegation arose as one man ami
marched up ami down the aisles bear-
ing aloft Bland banners while shout
upon shout was volleyed forth. A,
number of flags and banners were | first ballot.
raised in the galleries and the hand | The delegates come in slowly and it
struck up "The Battle Cry of Free- , is predicted by some of the delegates
doiu." There was renewed cheering that after Bryan and Bland have ex
and waving of Hags, hats and hand j pended t heir strength on each other
kerchiefs. In vain the chairman there will be a break to Stevenson
rapped for order, for afterdying down and Teller
somewhat the cheering was renewed! It is said that the Boies vote
with increased vigor as two meii. likely be split after the first ballot,
marched down the center aisle with! Harrity of I
the inscription. "Bland Silver's Cham Robert
Mutton I'orli Chops
Cold Boiled Haui.
•ed sugar fured Hum. Sausage all Kind
Dressed Sprint? Chickens
Fresh Cat Kish and Pike
h Blackberries, Fresh lettuce
fresh Vegetable* of all Kinds
'orned lleef an.I Salt Meats of all Kluds.
Nice Fresh ttygs.
Orders Solicited and goods de-
livered to all parts of the
city free of charge.
1 IV? Ok hiliomn Avenue*.
Miller, of Oregon, presented the
The nominations were then closed,
and roll of states ordered for first bal
1'lorida, Bland J, Bryan I Bois I
Pattisou 1, Blackburn I Matthews 2
Idali >. Bland 0.
I llinois, Bland Iri.
Indiana, Matthews m
Kuiisiis, Bland 20.
Kentucky, .'ti for Blackburn
Louisiana. Hi for Bryan.
Maine, Bland: 7 Bryan; r Patter
son; 1 not voting.
Michigan. Bryan; 4 Boies; Bland;
10 not voting.
Roll of states were demanded and
Several of the Michigan delegates
refused to vote. The roll call of
Michigan resulted, lo not voting; 7.
Bryan; r , Boies, ti, Bland
Minnesota. 1, Stevenson; Brayan
1, Blackburn; 2, Pattison 4. Boies;
Mississippi, 18, Bryan
Missouri, 34, Bland
Montana. 4, Blackburn; 4, Bland.
Nebraska, 10, Bryan.
Nevada, f, Matthews: :i. McLain.
New Hampshire, 7. decline to vote;
New Jersey declines to vote.
New York declining to vote causes
Noth Carolina, Bryan,
North Dakota, Boies,
Ohio vote being challenged and on
roll call voted iti for McLean under
the unit rule.
The official first ballot, after cor-
rections on account of absentees and
declines, stood: Bland, '.'.'ill; Boies, SO;
Matthews. .".7: McLean 54; Bryan
lo.".; Blackburn, 811 Pattison.
Campbell, "Russell, Pennoyer,
lo Tillman, 17; Hill, 1; Stevenson, 2;
Teller, 8. Not voting. lsf
The second ballot resulted. Bland,
Boies, Matthews, • McLean,
54; Bryan. 180; Blackburn. 30; Patti
son,'.Hi; Pennoyer, 8; Teller, 8; Steven-
son. S: Hill, I.
The official third ballot, after cor-
rections was Bland, 291; Boies, 30:
Matthews, :i ; McLean, 54; Bryan 210,
Blackburn, 29; I'attison. 97: Stevenson.
Hill, 1. not voting, 10.'.
Fourth ballot, including l-'iorida.
Bryan. 71. Bland, 18. including Mi-
souri. Bland, 155; Bryan 17*; New-
York refuses to answer. Including
Ohio, Bland, 111; Bryan, 222; Including
I tali. Bland, 119; Bryan, 259
Official Ith ballot. Bland,
H: Matthews. . ; McLean, 4
oiii| ltmentar> lt< terlton 4«lv«
Min\ Friends i y llie Order
I'opularlly. Iteurlils and
. ti. I
A ( illl.ii fvimys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious, the
most gratifying results follow iu use
so that it is the best family remedy
know ii and every family should have
Frank Lucas was in Perry today
W B Gray is here from St. Louis,
.las. H. Berry, of St Louis, is in the
(The man who will in all probability
be nominated for vice-president )
The highest claim for other
tobaccos is 'Just as
good as Durham."
1!very old smoker
knows there is none just
as good as
•rn this, says ' two-thirds of
given." There are '.'.'lo votes
axpectcd that a number will
but it b
not vote. #
It has just been learned that Hill
will not attend today. It is learned
also that he is for Blackburn on the
M 11. (iollon of Pekin, 111
W. L. Martin of Chicago is in the
Frank Cockran is up from oklahoma
Jno. R. Harris is here from Lynch-
J. C. Curry, of Arkansas City, is in
John Shartel returned from Perry
o. B Scotton of Indianapolis is in
.1 F. Kellcy of III Reno was in the
J. C. Sutton is over from the Sac A
W. P Fchtenacher of Ft. Worth,
Tex., is in the city.
L. E. Whitsitt. of the Wichita Bea-
con, is in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Havighorst came down
from Perry today noon
Dau Ryan, the deputy marshal in
charge of the court at Oklahoma City,
is in the city.
A1 DeWitt left for Hot Springs, Ark ,
today noon to tie treated for inHauiu-
Prof. Morrow came down from Still
water today noon to lecture before the
teacher's institute this evening
Do you want lo draw people to Ok-
lahoma, send 26 cents and have the
Weekly State Capital sent to your east-
ern friends for a year each, It will
fjfch 'em sure
When you want pens, pencils ami;
Inks come to Tiik Statk Caimtai. |
We buy directly from the manufac- j
turer. We sell a good counting house j
pencil better than the cheap pencils
you have teen getting —at twenty live
cents a dozen, anil a good pen at forty |
cents a gross, five cents a dozen
Come in and see our stock
(iuthrie Lodge No
held the installation of its new otli
eers aud a banquet last evening in the
Knights of Pythias hall. It was one
of the most interesting performances
given iii the city. The banquet was
complimentary to it^ many friends,
aud those present were upon iuvita
tion from the different members of
the lod^e. The result was that one of
the most representative gatherings of
people that ever came together in
Out- rie was present.
The banquet was the result of an
unique plan put into action some time
ago. It was proposed to raise the
membership of the lodge. A bait was
set out that at the end of a certain
season a banquet was to be given and
he who had gotten the greatest num-
ber of members could iuvite the most
of his personal friends to it So that
everyone present last evening was the
guest of some particular member,
although he did not know who.
The hall was well seated in a circu
lar form, accommodat ing all the
guests with chairs while an interest
ing program was give,i. The first was
an able address by t). II. Montgomery,
the master workman for the past year,
ami iu eharire of the evening. The
mandolin club played a tine selection
that pleased everybody, as they did
again further on lite program. J J.
Boles gave a ten-minute address tell
ing the benefits of the lodge, ami why
persons should join it Pedro Koiuero
gave a clarione , solo accompanied on
the organ by Mrs. Patterson Then
the installation of the following new I
officers took place:
t.t Holland, M. W.
A W. McKeand, F
W I']. II Searcy. Jr. o.
A. Krebs, (i.
W R. Welch, I
T K. Tingle, R.
C. O. Finch, Recorder.
II. C. West, J. W.
Nat SchnelI, O. W
H. L Smith, L H. Buxt
lliatt, Medical Kxaminers
The officers were sworn iu lty Depu
ty Oram! Master of the Lodge of tlir
Territory John Wallace. Master Work '
man C. c Holland upon taking his
chair delivered an interesting address
upon the benefits of the order lie
said the order was over soo strong iu
the territory ami had paid all its death
insurance ami other obligations ami
had disbursed something like SI9,ooo
in the territory since its organization.
There were no withdrawals from its
membership; when a man once joined
the order he never left it It was an
independent order of the territory,
amnable to no outside dictation.
The banquet hall was tastefully
decorated and the tables were sump-
tuously laden. There were over two
hundred plates st t. but the company
was so large lhat it had to be accora
modatcd in three sections The menu
was prepared by Mr and Mrs Bil
lings of the Hotel ok la and was served
iu first class order.
During the time the first feasters
were being served Mrs Cupp rendered
a recitation that astonished everybody
present It has been declared the best
elocutionary effort of the city talent
The Mondolin club too rendered more
music und those not in the banquet
hall enjoyed themselves in terpsich
The A ( . 1'. W. order can fei I proud
of the success of its entertainment -f
its many friend ; as it was compli
mented b\ all
f Blackwell^ N"
You will find one coupon inside
each twoouueelug,anil twoo
* inside each i« ur ouuc
l oi Black well's I lui him.
\ i bag of this it le
lt d tobat co mid lead the
l "ti which gi\> - ■ Its
of \tdu.thlc presents and hov
to ect them.
DR. IGNATZ MAYER,
Rooms i and 2.
Office over Hee Hive Store, 122 Ok. ave , Guthrie, Ok,
I'UAe I'ICK I.IMITMI TO—
Diseases anrl Surgery of the
EY K, EAit, NOSE THROAT.
—SMC 1 ACUiS AND l-.YH GLASSES -
Scientifically adjusted to suit the most complicated cases of defective sight
A1IOMK SCHOOL for boys and young men. Gives them at
the same time a fine home and an admirable school. St.
John's School provides for the physical comforts of a boy,
notices his habits and his conduct outside of the school room as
well as iu it. It i-. a school twenty-four hours out <>f twenty-four.
It prepares a boy thoroughly for the best colleges or for
business, and outside of school hours interests him in Military
Drill, gymnatic exercises, games, good hooks, good manners, good
morals. "Its the way we have .it St. John's, sir, to drive dull care
away." W rite for a catalogue to
WALTER M, JAY, Head IVIaster.
\\ hut Ito You WuutT
The Oerman society will have a
special meeting this evening at its
Wan: i n A good white girl for gen-
eral house work. < all at To'J West
lid 10 lu 15c luwc
Chapter No c,,
itf officers of Guthrie
It. A. M .will be held
ti is evening Work in
mark master degr
There will be a barbecue at Pres-
ent's grove one mile west of Kvansville
on the 10th of this month.
Wanted —A girl for general house-
work. Inquire at Dr. Buxton's, next
door to county court house. Broad and
The I irst Regiment band, after a
long but fruitless effort to obtain as-
sistance from the city council for their
leader's salary, is obliged to call on j
the citizens individually for help. A ,
small subscription list has already j
been made up and a committee of the
band is now out soliciting. It is to 1
be hoped that our citizens will sub i
scribe as li tt*rally as possible and re- j
tain this splendid organization for
(iuthrie. We have a good thing-
Moses' Special Brew, ' 1 bottles for
81 Headquarters for Pabst Best I nuic
ill Harrii.cn Ave. Phone No. 'J. Free
For the National Populist conven-
tion American Silvi r convention, Si
Louis, Mo .-July Is'.Mi, the Santa Fe
route will sell round trip tickets to
St. Louis at one fare for the round
trip. Tickets on sale July I'Mh, 20th
and J 1st, good to return until July '.
1800 — I j R. Dki.ankv, Agent.
For the above named conventions
the Santa Fe ar.d Wabash roads have
been selected as official route. See
that your ticket reads via ' A T. a S
F. and Wabash " —Li o Yinckn r, Chair
Sin c;i Receipts, 071 shipped <
I It i «*h
> I I v.-
. July v t uttle Iteculpts. 9.S) >.
sUicltcrs und feeders, r:t t)
* Ulid hull *1 'o a T.0 Texuv f.'i
llotfs ItIpts, IM.UUO inurkct Se lower thutt
v. -t« rdu\ s average light 13 ^3.55. roujfU
pai-Uiii^. H i ■> 3.m> mixed and butchers. t:i 15
. :m > he;ivy packing and shipping. 93.0°i<U3.M.
Sheep - Kecelpts o.twu market strong, na-
tive, f-U(JWJ Texas. IJ.WiiSOi. laiuhs. |3.tW
St. I.ouln I.iva Stock.
St Loris. July H. Catt'.o—Receipt*, 4,00);
market steadv to strong native steer- f3 l'i j
I 30 Texas steers 'H^3 70
Itog-, Receipts, 7,000. market 5 to tOe luwcr;
mixed. *3oi^3.in, heavy. <3 10x131
Sheep Receipts, 'J,000, market strung.
HOW IIK kni \\ HIM.
I'nder the auspices of the Logan
county normal, two of our city teach-
ers, Mrs Ryan and Miss Byrne, will
conduct a model primary school The
classes will consist of children of the
first, second and third grades. A
i teeial feature will be the teaching of
ylvania noiniuatcd 1 Pollard's synthetic reading and spell-
I'attison Maddingly, of I ing. School begins Tuesday morning.
District of Columbia seconded the July 7th at the Capital building. Tu
nomination ition |l for four weeks.
It Is I uileratooil lie Is to lino* it \ i
llruu lug a Salary.
CHB'AOo, III., July 10.—|Sp
Judge llenry W. Scott of Oklahoma is
on hand taking an active part in the
territorial troubles. It is the impres-
sion of the Oklahomans that the judge
will not return to Oklahoma for judi
cial duties. It is believed to be under
stood at the department of justice that
the judge shall have his vacation
drawing salary. He has been in Colo-
rado some time recuperating.
Subscribe right rot, and you gel the
Weekly State Capital I year tor 25
Old Juke (idly! <1 is yere hain't
(icorge Washington Jefferson, what
went to t he city fo' \ ears ago, be it".'
ti. W. J. - I be.
Old Joke Well, I declare, I'd neber
hab know u yo* if yo' hadn't cum person^
Ho you v
Ho you v
Ho you want an v Help," u.*c or female
Ito you witul 1*.11■ 11h?
Ito you want ii Partner?
Do i'i i want tuta 1 erka ur Mechaatesf
Ito you *anl to Kent a Kooui, Boiih«* t>r Store!
lio you wiiiit lo Ki;v or Sell a Uor e, Wagon
or .-my kind of m \ elnelcT
Ho you waul to Si ii or Knit your Buuil,
Office, Store. Lot or Farm?
Have yon t.oai or Found aaythlng?
Ho you want to Sell your (Jooil-W ndFl«-
Have you Roeond-Ilaini (looilii of any klod
that you wish lu Sell or ICiehange?
Have you Ooods to Sell of any klodf
If ho, Tim Cii-i i <tt, will pul>li-li a thr«r III.*
a<Uei liseuient i wonlm one time for 10 frnu,
htee tlineH for eentn, one week for bO i-euii.
A w; ii* In Tiik Sta r« t *rit*l ne er fall* M
Hlolt HAI.K III.I l.iipers ;il ll.i- ..lll.-e jr. fcr
III ceiltH, fm for 15 cents, UNI forSJIieeuta.
AOKNTd Millions in it ( ainpaign Book.
• | Hick I'l
W ANTED A salesnian in this . ount
LADIKs' ( liit heHter'x KngllHh I'ciinyrtiyal
1*111m (Diamond Brand I, are I tie best. Safe
itrn. "Kelief lor Ladi.-s," is i kt
Mall. At i" . g
( lilelteHit r t lieinlcal i <• . I'hllHil
Island Park not being leased to any
individual or corporation can be rented
by any religious or other organization
for any length of time they w isli. For
terms enquire of in- ut foot of south
First street (Jkoki.k Lktia
Ladios Who Valuo
A refined complt zion muHtusc I'ozzoui's Pow-
der. It produt «'ii a soft und beautiful nkln.
J. W. WILSON,
Wheat soft ;itiiUi4o
Castor Beans ho
Wheat hard )4@8I
Cort). 10 (a'JO
llay 9 r 1,00
llogs | 00
Cows ' O0(i^2 00
Steers 9.2&@9 IS
Chickens, old 2.00
Hpring ('hlt kent 1.05Q2.00
Ducks . 2 OQft.t.oo
Butter .. MtSlo
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 57, Ed. 1 Friday, July 10, 1896, newspaper, July 10, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc103954/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.