The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 279, Ed. 1 Friday, March 11, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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The State Capital.
Uy I he State Capital Printing Co.
YOll ti PIANOS
little hoy is on tin- su k list
SPAIN IS TOO POOR.
f TERRITORIAL NEWS, i
eli AN. I. Cil\ fcditor.
NOT IC t — All tor respondents must h.ne the
name of to*n. tount>. townxhip and name of
correspondent on eaih letter to insure publi-
i at inn. I he name is not for pubis ation.
Mrs. Josephine Pol! ill,of I>ue\\ est,
S t .. had ii severe rase « f catarrh,
which finally became mi decii-*eat I
that she wa? entirely deaf in ono
ear, and pari of i liebone in her nose
loughcd oil. Tho best physicians
tr« : t«• I her in vain, ami -lie used
1t i on § of
s p r a y s and
wa lies to no
avail. Fourteen bottler f :
promptly readied t he seat r t In-dt
use. and cured her sound well.
Fred I Mhl.-in sim<I
L. 13. Jarvls and son went to Me.ll
l'ii Salmon i- building a tine reslil
I. N. II \KINS" S0\S.
' .'I-«LM Main St.
M .1, Pitxer I. turn. .1 home \v
from Minnekah I T . to wblel
called to the slifdHlde * f his mot I
hat we rurry in the \\ ly of Toilet •,v,, l,i< k
Articles and accessories would occupy! T Skelly and wit. of faldw.ll I
«paee than van be devoted t« It. ! nr.- visitors at Koj
KnoiiKh t.i say that no Soaps, Per- John Clskowskl went to Wakita Pri.la
Powders, Sponge* or Prepare-i for n load of lime to start th
lie. I remit ation and high tion for lite erection of his line < I w« 11
just a mm
ll/ i i ifi'tnh' . Itookd
luresa .>wilt Sp. Uc < «>., Atlanta, (.
They Don't Wink
the Santa Fe Koute,
A Light That's Bright.
Santa Fe Route.
The . l.ctrlc liuli
Read at Night
\\ ANTKIt- TKISTWO. .I'll V Pi-:Kh« N>
io travel. Salary $780 and ex pen i< R< I
I'.nelo: . self-addressed stamp'«'
knowledKed to l.e very low
C. K. RfNfRO, DRMiS,
201 Oklalinma \venu<
i KiNNON OI'IRX Mill SI.
S. \. MANN. Manager.
,...ALL NEXT WEtK
Railroad Time Table
SANTA FK KAILHOA1
NcltTIl, FAST AM) W KS'l
iiik In th
II (1 I'! X11 lit* went to !:ll
Mr- P. a ■ .It lia- returned I an K a
No! (Inline I (Juthrle. Kan. Olty.!« 'ti to ago
WILL B0RK0W MONEY ALSO.
Presenting a 1.1st of
NEW PLAYS THAT ARE CITY
7 IN) u. in Lues I freight
i- it.-.I .1 Mr. Lewi: Sim | ..
, J..Iin I *• 11 ma ii ami
Phe dance at Kelly's Friday nir.ht w
S:S !;S I ~ il-SM'i ' ■ - -■
Local Vr«lgh*.. . . .;
' :>0 p. m . * ,«,JJ - , u ., I «...
A. .1 i'olillIN, A^ent. | ' N). ,|(|i|> ,
rickets, |1.no. irood for Reserved I '"has. Met'all is building
_ Seats at 10very I
Lv ti: in
I 'll ;;; 1 PRICES---10. 20 and 30 Cents. l-w, ..did,.,. .i
McAlester 1 12:50 p. m. I lh
VIA W I STICK
No (Guthrie. Uuthrle. K"l. Wortu. i > i ver. u
VValiiul Til..1.. t Will Imi\ ill mil
Weak IV!en r^adeVigorous
! 1/s, , ., k. -7
I r: K-\y tit? i\AY |rV?rMflT W* Ul'y
WhatPEFFER'SNERVIGORDid! on MY! !"
It lii*r s.'N I i.in.u ^1.mo: <, U ii-linu • '
Home iirown fruit.
i-i i i i i: n m ic\ i«.oi
'• I' \
-"iV!ic".%Vi*i«" *'i."iss'T.Vhini,1 in. Open Day and
1.1111 l>RI !N X 8PECIAI IY.
Ohl Pictures C opied to Any Si/e
The p i i season's fruit erop has dem-
onsti.it. >1 In yond doubt that we have
the lines! fruit country inthe United
Stules and that apples are a grand
succss b.-yond a doubt. Peaches and
I "I ti 11 IS espeeially '•
such its Sa I sililia, A lnilida in • K-dSey"
Burbank, etc., are the finest in the]
world We are large growers of the
b. st varieties of fruits and thos - sorts |
that are especially well suited to «
climate, and would be pleased to qu<
prices for stock that wo
huarantee Genuine and True to Name.
We expect to be in the business for
more than a two and we are
: ,,im- .1.. exact Iv the right thing and
what we say by each and every cus-
tomer. We have every thing in the
lim Apples. Peach, Pear,
Cherry. Apricot, Crape. Shade
and street trees, and ornamental slock.
Hoses. < *111 Flowers, and a general Flor-
ist's sto< k. Call and see the stock we
handle Nurseries two and a half miles
north of tie* ,-itv Cie.-nhoiise and
yards at '.-it Fast Harrison Avenue.
I IjKROW BUOlilt IIS.
Rein e n l.er Adtfiess. ^urser^^lt•n and I lorisl
IIII INSliRAMI IMIKI
ANY 01 III R
Premium Hates for Straight
Whole Life Insurance.
\s I urnishetl b\
I lie Connecticut
Inc.i p .i ate.l under the stringent laws
,,i Hie slate of onnecticiitt. April 7th,
Tile provisions of the company's < hnr-
a.-l.r make all accumulations, together]
with its full guaranty capital an avail-
able asset for any liability under its
policy contracts, thus making assur-
ance doubly sure
London, Paris and New
ish Hats this season and we
are now showing the lead
Hats for Spring 1898. Sp
Come in and see the
Stetson Hats for Spring
'"Phe new shapes in
1 Stiff and Soft
Hats are here
for your inspection.
and becoming bits of
hat architecture they
As for quality—if
you've ever worn a
"Stetson," you can
vouch for that.
York sets the pace 111 Styl-
are a close second. We
ing styles in Stiff and Soft ^
ecial Sale this month.
►j The War With Spain
• \\ ill not i'llV.1 ll.c low |.rii rs ;iI wlii . Ii «.■ |no|... ■>
k 1 , II . I I ... I . .... I . . I v.. V .. w \ I . 1
, . . l imited I vpense Charges
\:•, hi • w ant'd for « klab"ina and In-
1. J. I.OWE Gen.
Beadle's Blot K. Guthrie, 0. I
I'Ai'T ^ AP.mPT K I .< >N|)I k I.
11 Sprino t liii Ii'iiil:
\s Paris lor women, London for men. su NVw Vork slands supi• nu- in ili< il«'si n "I ili
UK)8t stylish ntfirc for t hildrt'ii. Vioiinti. Berlin ami Paris <*oin< l«> Ahum i« a foi fashions in
c lii b I roll's ini iiM'ii I. Nonn York's position in liial ri^diil siamls as iiin|insi iniinl ;i> i|m*< I In-
Now York riolhino House's supremacy stand umlialleii^ed in ilii^ <ii\ lor « : 111 \ i 11 u' ' •' •'
iui^lil esl ami n oh hi est ell'ocis in all the latest novelties, ami the riiiide<i assoi I iiiein of sprm-'.
'lis^ reation from which to imike voiir stdoclions. No nialtoi what \«)in lam \ culls up, it is
here for von.
Every Mother in the City
Slim 11.1 s.-c our S111 ■ i 11 jj Sn il^ lor . 'liililn-n. N on I lis a ml llovs.
. 11 i I < 11 .'IIS Sllil-. I III S VIMI-s. l'ri.. ^ 1 nil lo s.-, nil.
I'ov's Suits. Ii lo 12 veins. I'i i.. «I Ml l«> «r..llil.
Snii .. I I lo I 'i voars. l'ri, • mi t.. svini.
SPECIAL HIGH GRADE SUITS.
Special High Grade Suits. Regular March Mark Down Sale 0!l Shoes, Gents Furnishing Goods,
SI 1 OHW IJl<« I.INI Oi 'i 121)INKS AM) VAI l.SI S
f-r J :r
eniell W ho ll.
,. will sell
A, O. FARQUHARSON
l.ase.l upon Inv. liuation by eminent Jour-i
naliKt;: and mining experts. For rates and
i,.. eopj of i k address W. .1 *B1 u k, <i.
P. A . Santa l-'e Route, Top ka.
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 279, Ed. 1 Friday, March 11, 1898, newspaper, March 11, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104409/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.