The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 77, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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The State Capital.
By the Mate Capital Printing Co.
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Thursday, February 4.
JKKN'NON 0FKRA HOUSE
H. W msilt HUT, M.bitter.
1 he Standard Furniture and Sewing Machine Company.
lOOund til I )i vision Street. E C. SMITH.
Are Now Occupying the Two Rooms at
D E HOWARD.
— CUA1UNU —
W hose marvelous leap to fume is with
out preci dent in history.
Advance sate t.f eats opens Mon
day morning at Wallace a Mullers
drug store. < l<luli una kv
Gallery, " ■ ami
With One of the Largest Stocks of Goods Ever Shown in Oklahoma Territory.
They Have the Only
Society Directory ff
ML'TUUIK LODGE No J I O. o. k Meet*
LJT Uondki i gbt <<i icb week at 7 N, vis-
■tlni; i dd K.v.ows ri' always wi-lconif
A Mnin, N ., , «. u Bat . Seen--
ry. I. I'.
\J Thursday vniinj nf each „
p. m hitli in victor cor;. 1st and Uarrt
ioa'svo Vtolt ag Workmei are always wel-
come. h . 1-9. , AT, m i M. W.
C. O. Ki\ ii, Recorder.
lyj.vrni KAIU m :• - « , - Phy
Obstetrley Kooiii I a o,.-i k.i/ flirti;' •! nv.
In Guthrie, were they show
thirty different styles of cask-
ets and coffins. They do
\0N s a
I ft 93
Business and Goods will be
Shipped to any part oi Ok-
Orders tor Funerals Will be Promptly and Carefully Attended to by a Competent
: m - >
Hail road Time-Table.
Ar< i.ihok, Toi'kka a Santa Kk.
NORTH. CAST ANU WEST.
Coroner Arnett Has Located His Office With Us.
Residence, Corner Logan and
ITwomley, Herod end Cooper. (\n of j
After a few more declamations tin- |
League adjourned and the country
,07 l.'Ui.S p. in.
lOfi in |. III.
nu i j i:. i .
Booth m v
Houtli M.' \ .
i<- 1 .tn*l was thinly ■
<1 ami track less as
■il here another sin
Hi" spring of I.
A r. II &5a.l
I. v. | j :(0O a i
ie Barred name . f huiue.
ily cheeriu;,' those about him.
ofien lends a helping hand,
c deeds, that ebeer and brighten,
Have endeared hitn to our band
willint', always ready.
Always pi oven a trusty friend.
I y. lio .t st and contented,
ol«' Is faithful to the end.
iiitiiK southern country,
<>ur progressive fanners clin/
That the southern planters sin;.'
ley know the truth is mighty
Kor "Old Cotton" is the Kiiitf
iese lies, the truth convey
ell tor neath these tangle- lav.
r of F. M. it a
STILL AT IT.
I OH SALK.
IpOH S \ I K
Lawrence, Huston & Huston, j
H. W. DANKERS,
Practical * Mechanic.
.'IT South Second St.,01' I'll III L. t). T.
v There was another outpouring of
' those harbingers of good ti ones and
; i self-constituted censors of the Fourth
Legislative assembly, the Hitnetalie
11 League, at the court house last night
I lion. Richard Reeves, president of a
i local bank, presided, and acted as mas-
I ter of ceremonies
It was a regular meeting, but. ;is it
; was generally understood that a few
hints would be dropped as to the needs
j of the territory in matters of legisla-
tion, some members of the
house of representatives were
I made short speeches:
peaker Tousiey, Representatives
l;< se, Ma.v and Sullivan, took part, as
did also Kditor French. of Chandler,
and L 1'. llennett. of HI Reno. The
occasion partook of the nature of a
U feast, but, the room was an ach-
ing void as far as the presence of
grave and dignified councillors was
concerned. Not a member of the tip-
per house was there.
As all good democratic platforms
usually contain congratulatory refer
. ii. -s about the successful outcome of
t h" battle of New o Orleans, so the club
last night, followed this precedent,
patted itself on the back about the
nonsensical resolutions, passed at the
last meeting, censuring the council
for exercising its prerogative in ap
The League re-
on this subj
I What costive people need is a natur
al laxative like Dr. Pierce s Pleasan-
( Pellets which are powerful w ithout.
| being violent They move the bow
I els gradually and comfortably but
Aireh Vou can regulate the dose
! one, two or three 'Telletts' exactly
as you need. They strengthen the in-
testines to do their own work, so that
| after their movements have become
■ regular they keep on naturally of
Ileal I:«tate Trannlars.
Anson O Cooper to Lee T Hondo
w d; northwest quarter sec-
tion 1". township I"-. range 1
Trustees No. ti to Charles .
N ates, w !: various lots in
West Guthrie l . 75
Charles .1 Yatfs to Daniel
Nobles, w ti: lot t block :
West Guthrie :u on
The awful extent to which the fool-
ishness of giving bridal couples a
send oil"' at the depot may go, is well
illustrated in the ease of Mr. :md Mrs.
W. W. Doane of Winfield. who are
now spending their honeymoon in
Kansas City. Their friend? procured
( access to the sleeping car at the Win-
• Held depot and proceeded to decorate
the compartment which hr.d been re-
served for the bride and groom The
curtain were draned a la portiere and
from the center was suspended a pair
of shoes big enough for a giant Fif-
teen yards of white ribbon were looped
along the edges of the curtain and
-uspended from the ton was u huge
^ placard which read: "Newly married
couple -don't say a word " Inwide the
i bed clothes a peck of rice was depos-
ited together with a lot of onioDs. and
on the outside of the window was
painted a notification which might be
i read as the train sped along, that j
within was a pair of "tuttle doves, j
Th«* local paper declared that th«- i
bridal couple laughed and appeared to j
enjoy the situation, but everybody j
must know better
i n Oilton 11iuei
: People overlooked the importance of 1
j permanently beneficial ciVects and,
were satisfied with transient action:
j but now that, it is generally known
that Syrup of l 'ig.s will permanently
j overcome habitual constipation, well-
informed people will not buy other
J laxatives, which act for a time, but
I finally injure the system.
>1 Id way >1 lifting*
Mr and Mrs Tho- o in
I'ilbe last week.
Mr Tiiu Cashiuan i a
Iioelits auuer tne MeKlllK
lion are numerous. Th<-
of ofllces outside of th«
A Mm Shoots a Woman in the Temple " ithin the gift -.1 the .u-ini., pres.
. dent is less than .'.mm. I p to date the
and I hen Coonmits Suicide. \. • ... ,
Missouri members have received rlose
: to ." uo application^, from constituents
j 8TKAMKI; SiTTTI.Kh IIV K'K. j^1;; "•
SI. I uiiih otiilient Woman
si 1 .oria, Jan. Mi's. Aoin Ii Al
h n. reputed lo he tin- wealthiest woiu
an of this eity. «lied at I'ittsfield. Ma
•d at ••
IKHi.iiiiii. 'I'he attorneys for Mrs
and the manager of her vast in
are unaware of the existence
will a i o 11 serious I \ doubt wh.tl
i j present
' -" " Sneal
('. O. ,V U. special Notice.
It has been arranged so that the
clergymen's permits issued by the
Western Passenger Association, H. I)
Caldwell, chairman, Chicago, III., shall
be honored by the agents of this com-
pany for tickets to any points on the J p" ntive matters
Choctaw line at one-half fare. The atllrmed its positl
name of the road will no*, appear on and passed the same resolutions again
the permit, but agents have instruc- by a unanimous vote.
tlons to honor same .11 IIoi.dkn, A committee on legislation was ap-
Traffle Manager pointed whose duty it is to suggest
n< eded laws to the legislature. The
Sell tour dozen eggs, and for the f->,lowing representative btuinets men
products yon can get the Weekly Sta'e I fr..:n all over tho* territory, compose
Capital I year. i the committee Messrs l.vons. lav
Now is the season of the year when
the oracle in the editor's room of the
average Populist paper sends op many
a strident wail about the hard times
lie says the election was not followed
by prosperity. In fact, no prosperity
is in sight. Hanks are going to smash.
t,Ouo.000 industrious Americans are
| out of work, the famoerean get scarce
, ly anything for his crops, et«. The i
advertising manager of the same ;
I sheet goeth about with a smiling face !
and tolls the merchant that we ti
on the e.e of a tremendous revival of
trade. New subscribers to the paper j
are coming in swarms, and every one
•1 * tho i i us a pocket full of raotev
| Verily, reform and consistency are
| not synonymous terms.
DICH RED BLOOD - -
'I ition of 1 heal ti i. 'I lint i. \\ h>
Hood*- v ii-toparilla, the One True j
Blood Purifier, gives HEALTH.
This is to certify that I have de-
solved partnership with Mr. Wade and
am no longer responsible for any con
j tracts he may make And Ldesireto
j ask in\ old friends ami customers t"
continue to give me their patronugej Mm r w
I 1 am now located on DivLsiun street, untlersignei
I near Olsmith s. Call ands ee me
11 Lyi-i lUacksmith
- ml s Neill | v it 11 - \ llle. Iinl.. and I lie In .
In Droit m il lluftlu
WasHIM. Io> .fHi.
nt time the trensurv of the I nit
1 States is enjoying the novel exjn
Ind.. .Ian \t j than it knows what to d
Hi .los. |>li i.jtal i'ush baltm tin- ti
i:..xu,-a, ..l.l, 1 m .-voniuir -I1..1 j,„i„M. ,,f bMHin.^ Wi-iIiu-mI
,\li~:. lira llr.illi. rtun. in i«ir- ..l.l m v;-i!i.iKii.:tuB. una «.f llii- ninmuil n
the temple and then tired a bullet into Jthuii flfH:!
head, killing himself instant ly. !ubio for current cxpen
I ire ti at Mis- Hrotherlon '., j-ommvc t
pus-ed ele.ir through her head >he is ' | :t ji*
t money ivpui
I the sllVe
l he silver republi
>i hi dt
I. Lot'is. .1;
I'lanteis hotel on a long tlist;
phouemessage from Sheriff .lohn
f Westchester eouoitv. N. ^
Palmer ha«l murdered lii.s motlu
brother and sister about
lie supposed tn be insun*
ii ii Ind.-Ian. The small
Plankiuslouw was M-ultled b\
u the Ohii
tv last nio-ht KiiLrineor John Orr. ol
111 h h l.oi 'I lluntluj;
; la . J
I on hoard. i. hi numl
ha rev in t
the cold weatheraml
badl \ Ii
Ittisines^ I' iri oi ( «■ 111 •■rim i'K
and Oyster House. J
legation in this, eitv has sen! 81UU t
the |H>pular fund
tin relief of the city's poor. TI
the first instant
has official ly contributed ton 1
Mr Kei-dorph lias/.iiif io Nri.rask:
ist the enl
tin tow ii of ( euteri
r resh I'ish and Oyster
rved iu any stvl
n i ti LT at I'at
Kemeinber the pla< e, LK
I S|. ATI \ 10 LATIN.. II LAI •
A UTKItS, -.'d door east of
I he line 1;
lb its contents L
10 the ,'stli eonlirin. d
uppointoneiit nf N\
Illinois, to lie ei.ininisMi.inf ..| nit
pen till 1 • o'clock
We sell Oysters. Pish and
ry for family u
Ii recti ug I oo it
phone your order to l.a
Drugstore and thev w
I lift al.oilt th
Wm, RITZHAUPT, Prop, £
•presentation of the I'nited states I
at anv int
as taken ti|
iddressetl t h senate in sin
0 tin I
ing lumber t
moil from their mill. e\plotted her I
r while sin- was coaling tot the f
I'uombull's ishind I iieman Willis
thus far h„
leek ha ml
peaker laid before t be In
Inoeiots which \\
iiiiiuous consent a bill
lered and passed to extend tlie tom*
nstruction bv the L
ti 1 f Itai
hi'ouirh the Otooaba and W
Nebraska. To hal
Ily private p
ppointed Mrs. .lohn P. st. John
of Olatloe. wife nf the famous prohil
pl< ■! 11« \ lie.til ami
\N vein nsiii it-.. Mo .1
How fat | am getting
I commenced eatlntr at
Ilea.i >'• I h. I
I Open Day and Night.
oi of Parquaharson A
infer a favor upon the
' calling at the store
ttllng their account at once
' m:i/P mi ahhon
la\ morning Mrs. Lee Wi
view, w rapped her erippU
•Id son in blankets and p
iiecd him in a
hair by the stove wh
lo sin- went
across the street to u neig
hbt>r - Her
hahv -even months old.
vas also left
iu t h. room. She renoainc
1 II Wil V II In lilt
half an hour and when
home found t lie eldest eh
Id quite dead
\ ith the clothing bun
ed from its
hotly and the baby so se
that it may not recover.
Oier lit*- lliuiflretl \ppll<aut .
\s Asiii.xoTo.v, Jan. r.t.
bio- who are si tkiWf fetioral auuyiiit-
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 77, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1897, newspaper, January 29, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104303/m1/3/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.