The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 279, Ed. 1 Friday, March 11, 1898 Page: 4 of 4

DAVID HETSCH,
Latest Styles for Early Spring
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They
iceries yuu buy here are
to look at - and Something
resh and pure Nothing
• I • mn k> out of our store, b«-« aus.
nothing else ever comes In.
They are economical In price. There's
.it l .i-i a little money saving on ev-
ery article you buy of us.
Orungc: apples anil bananas. Also
fie-h onion: lettuce an<l cabbage.
Jut Received-Sweet Apple Cider.
FRANKLIN'S GROCERY
DAVID HETSCH,
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/Repairing Neatly Done.
ttlHMR HUM \M> OKI \II0MA AVI NM,
(.unun. o. i.
You Owe Yourself
An Apology
II Villi lliiv'llt tried nlll'
Coffees and Teas,
Tli ii *1* | mil mis «if Mnt'lia and Java, worl
per pound, I'm-
A handsome enn worth l.' r pjven wil
i 'oll'ee, for onl v .
; Look Out for our Special Sale Monday.
THE RACKET.
HARNESS
> .• are prepared
all kinds of I*'.
11f>| l> I lie . leina ltd
made harness. Hint \
We carry a complet
pads, harness, trace «
robes, blanket net harness .
dlery house W e can furnish
make any kind of harness to ..
Give us a trial, We believe w
back I.;ui.I
i the be
:• 11 kind ot repat
W. S. FINNEY.
Opposite Hirschi's Hardware Store.
114 HARRISON AVE,
GUTHRIE, O. T
The Chicago fair Store
As we have two cars
room, we will sell for
ber out ti* which we
..In I lie IMnr.e lo lief.
of furniture on the way f
oat the next two day*. >
,1 sen cheap.
three . h ilr I.
WHEAT IS LOWER.
All the Markets Again Go Down A Lit-
tle today.
The lla> Price Hleauly- Jul', Wheal
Two I'i'mIn Lower- 4 oru oil l-s
- - I'ork oll l olloii Low er.
(Tile review «.f the markets for the day
r* furnished by the Tarlton i'••niniivslon
I'litnpiiiiv. Uray Bros., block.I
Oilcan.., III . March II The Liverpool
vheal at d l<>
The North weste
: against 172 ca
receipts were 430
last year. This Is very heavy indeed
for (Ids lime of (he year, und that with
the Influence of the government cr >p n
port which came out yesterday h;.d a
very bearlsli effect on th«* mark t TI.In
report In brief gave tin* reserve in farm-
ers hands i i lie :t:t millions In excess « r
tlie same time last year, it s« ouim that
the report had undereHtlin\l -d the -;..ck*<
on hand and the size of (lie crop. i he
wheat is reported lu splendid conditi -n
all over the country.
All of this had its effect on the market
and in result the market had a heav>
decline, we look for lower prices again
tomorrow, tlien we look for a reaction in
tin* wheat market und a good advance
The May price for wheat opened up at
i hi1,, yesterday's close was 1.04; the op-
ening was the high point for the day and
it went as low as I.(CP-.., closing linn for
the day at yesterday's close of 1.04.
The July wheat opened up at a '4. go-
ing as high for the day as iW'4 and as
low as K81.,, a two cent range for l.u* da\
and closed weak at 88M 'V
The corn In sympathy with the wheat
declined a trittle. opening up at which
was the IiIkIi point for the da> . going as
low as ;|0Vm '« and closed strong for tin
day at t. We look for some strength
to be shown lu corn and advise its pur
chase on all breaks.
The pork was wea opening up three
points, at u>.:'.ii Vesterdaj's ciose was
10.117. It went as high for the day as
10.and touched the low point at 10.20
which was the close, a loss for the .ay of
ten points from the opening.
The cotton was \. r\ weak, touching the
low point for several days. Opened up
ii (S.iNi'u"7. ruled weak for the a\ and
•losed
for Ma
und six i
dell ve
We consider the cot
rood purchast
further tliinl
•st speeulatioi
the board todaj
Op'd High Low <
~ l ui'H ~ l 04 « i >•:<' j
:!0Vil '{ii'h'u
10 30 10 35 10 17-20;
ottn ti im;<«ioi"
The local mi
prices about ti
prevailing n «
Guthrie Marke
Cotton, baled
Seed cotton ...
Wheat, soft
wheat, hard .
•d Each Day up
CHEAP ItRNIRlitr AND CARPUS.
Call First 0..or South of Capital Hotel on 2d ATT C> 5 ^ ftJ EP
Street, Near Harrison. Uv H 1 C.9 JUIiLOi
AROUND TOWN.
I'all 'phone 54
Next week at the Guthrie I'.rdi Store
opening of the New York Dollar Store
Sn t urdu > March 12.
'it\ Assessor Kay I. taking the a
sessment of city property.
Sallit Patrick"- .lav at the Guthrie Cash
Store. Friday. M.inh 17.
Go to tlie Turf - aloon for i refreshing
I'I i s «>f Allheiisei -Mu ch Bock beer.
Lost A gold ch
to i 'apltul office a
When t ti.* mist have den
will meet you at the Guthrl
J. S. wilson and B. S. Cravens were
initiated in the A. < . I". w. last night
The celebrated Anheuser- Buscli Bock
Beer now ou tap at Gagan & Williams.'
The I iftlee saloon Is head.piarters for
America's favorite Anlieuser-P.iisch Bock
For Relit -Furnished room. Men pre-
ferred. m. l. Mock. .'121 North First
si reel.
Look no further. We have received
shirt waist for all. Guthrie Cash
bracelet. Return
re« eive reward.
'ash Stoi
An appeal has bt
ourt in the suit .
It A
Wright.
Ed Va
lerpool has sold 80 acres ...f hi-
farm near Langston to It J Ddison; con
slderation Sl.loo.
LUST- The key to health If you don't
drink Anheuser-Busch Boek beer, now on
tap at the Turf saloon.
The Star l.ight bar lias the unexcelled
Anheusei-Busch Bock beer now oil tap.
Treat yourself and friends.
The Ladles Circle society will have""a
meeting Tuesday and Wednesday before
Raster at the Presbyterian church.
FOB BALL. Easy' riding phaeton, al-
most m w In first class condition. See
A. II. Meal, corner Division and . as.
Treat your friends und customers to a
delicious glass of Anheuser-Busch iajek
beer. We have It. Barrlnger & Tall-
Captain Barthotise is preparing to go
to Klondike .is soon as it he weather mod-
el ate;. lie will leave in a few days t .
visit in Illinois before going In search of
gold.
D
arrested
Hughes, colored
last night by Officer Jeff Taylor for re-
lieving M. B. Mtinsel of $4«.« in a West
Guthrie saloon. She was arrested inr
tin.(lately after Hie robbery and Che mon
••y found in her possession. She was held
to the grand jury.
A. c. Shields, formerly of Arkansas
City, but now of Newton, has begun a
suit in the district court of Cowley coun-
t\ for $:.o,000 damages against toe Santa
i .• on the ground of false imprisonment.
This suit i the outgrowth of the old
trouble with ex Boaditia t. r M.Kenzie
«d' the southern division. McKenzle
over three years ago was charged with
carrying straw men on the pay rolls and
Mr. Shield was charged with being one
..I the men who .ashed one of McKen
zie s checks. Shiel.h was arrested but
after trial at Perr\ was acquitted. Now
suit.
J.din D
Having had twenty
now prepared t>. take
I urniture and
tndertakiiHi...
(*e lii embalming and undertaking. I am
< "lii. k.
Butter
ChARGf or flMRAIS
Houseliohl furniture,
113 South Flrsl -Street.
T<:lc| hon«: IKi.
and furnish
I also have a
iv kind of
|.h mild line
-k«t desired
which will be sold ..I Rock Botto
::T. B. KEDER.
THE NEW WHITE SLAVE.
THOROUGHLY ARTISTIC PKR-
FdRMAN'i'lv
"The New White Slave " was Hhe bill at
:it* opera house last night presented l \
'FOOL'P HASTE IS NAE SPEED."DON'T HURRY
THE WORK UNLESS YOU USE
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FROLIC
LADIES ....
Who are fastideous in regard to fine and
up-to-date Stationery, Chatelaines, Purses
PGcketbooks,"etc.f can find something to
suit then at
F. B. LiLLIE & CO.
Drug, Book and News Depot.
An elegant line of perfumes at 25c an Ounce. <
ielsm of the pub
night, and last
< fully calculat. .i
ong human .
on througho
S ponded with lie
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• in oilh of M ii
York cioihim
WONDERFUL «v the in,
11oi>iI'■ >ar>a| ai illa, anil
by
•t they
ace simjil. and natiir.'l. I!. 1.1(1'- Stirsa-
l.arilla maU. BLOOD
is arrested last night on
complaint of Rev. J. D. M Buckner for
disturbing the peace tnd using violencr
"ti hi on. i Ivd. Buck tier. Mr. Davi
live near the Central school building
lie complain that the school children
ue in the habit of teasing Ids children
After ehool y. trday lie laid for th<
children <n.l pulled several ears for tin
youmsters. r|\de BucKner saw tti.
.list in banee and ran across the street t.
see what was going on. Mr. Davis turn-
ed Ids attention to clyde and was giving
him a severe cuffliu; and shaking when
Kev. Buckner appeared on the scene a
put a top to it Mr. Davis will appe
before Judge Mock this afternoon I
PUKSi i.N AL
I. L. Hunt, of |-:ila. based school land-
U 1-:. Blackshlre was
tatums City lasi night.
Mrs. «i. R Montgomery
•'inch, of iIklahoma City.
J. W. Shartel i
i ester.la \ in dlstrliM court.
N Munsell. of Parkland. I.ln
•ounty. was in 'the city today.
T C. < 'ai son and P. L. II
i'h!; e. |. . e.l school land yesterday
Miss Utile Finch has returned frvu
■isit lo Miss |x faslel* ill Oklah.
Wil.field, ls.it
f IV
N. I
of Ilka
•he. Is in the cltj
H'hool land depart
Mrs J R. Bur ford returned to El B
today after heveial .lays visit with Chief
Justice Burford.
W J Doran returned to Chandler to
■lay to secure a bond as deputy dlstric
« l*-rk of Lincoln count>.
Supl. Hopkins left today to attend thi
count.\ 'eachers' meeting of pottawato
inle and Cleveland couny.
J H Tipton of Mount Sterling. K>
left for Chandler this morning. lie 1
looking over the territory with a view b
investing.
Harry Gil trap, editor of tin* Chai.dl.*,
News, Editor Allison, of the Democrat
I'e 1 el'i a111. Orln Ashtoii ami William Bui
SPAIN KNOCKED Oil:
Tin* | n*\ ;i i I in«x ilisi in li;iin • willi Spain It us bp ! D-irnl tin* Slur Itazaar from tl in«i Inisini'ss
li^lil aluii^ ai tin* < Mil Slaml.
Mr. Walli'i* lias jusi ri*liiriii'i| Ironi ilu* eusl, wln rt* In- |dir liast'd an iitinu use stm k (if
Spring and Summer fabrics.
Knibrai in?' cmtvI liili}' that Ilu* Iltslidii Markets pruiliire for L.lilies' wear.
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Beautiful Novelties in Wash Dress
Goods.
While in llii'iosl, Mr. Waller piirrliasetl an assintnieiit nl Wash Dress ilmuls in all Ilu* various
eolors ami ilesiops. the like of wliit h ha iievi r ln*en shown lo the I. >!' llti-i cii v lu foia-. These
goods are in niinli ileinaml I his season, and al IlieSlar I'a/.aar vou ran ti in I all lite leading Novelties.
A eonlial inxilalion is e.Meiided to ali lo eall in and examine the immense slin k now lu ing opened for
voiir insperiion.
STAR BAZAAR,
Harrison Avenue,
Gutlirie, Oldaiioma.
(First published in the Daily Slat.- Cap-
ital. Feb. II. |
NOTICE MiR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Guthrie, o. i1.. l-Vb 11th,
1808
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has tiled notice o, his
of his claim, and that saiu proof will lie
made before the register and receiver at
Guthrie, i >. T . ou March l'I, 1898, viz:
W illiam A Ketchum, for lots three (1)
and four (4) and east half of the soul I.
west quarter of section thirty ..ue i::i> in
township eigtecu (IS), north of range
three CD west.
IFirst published In the Daily Slat.* Capi-
tal Feb. f>. 1898.)
NOTICE.
U. S. Land office at Guthrie, O. T , Feb. 3.
IMS.
David Rhc
( I First publi di.-d In the i-oiily State* Cap.
«tal Fe . 3, 1898.]
PUBLh 'ATION NOTICE.
of Logan county.
upon and
lie names the followi;
prove his continuous-res
cultivation of said land,
B. Ketchum and William Morn, all of
Crescent, « . T.
A. N. J. CBOOK. Register.
I First published in the Daily Slate
Capital, March 1, 18t s.)
LIQUOR NOTICE.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that TI. L.
Hunt has this day lil>-.I his petition to
retail spirituous, vinous und malt
liquors in Orlando, Logan county, ok-
lahoma, and that, unless objection be
tiled on or before the lt;th <la> ..f .\1 in a
A. I . 1898, said petition w ill be granted.
Guthrie, oklahoma, March 1. Is: s.
R. EMMET STEWART.
County Clerk.
(seal.)
Call up ."4 for McAlester and Canno
City coal.
for the appointmci
prominent har.l-
it cit > last iiIkIii and
Guthrie
Bicycle Hcpir
Shop,
IOS North I ir.sl .St.
All Kinds of Oiffiiiilt Bityde Repairing.
I irst-tldss Vulcani/ing.
Work Done b> «in I xpert Repairer.
All - Work-Guaranteed.
(PEN RV EN I Nl
A$«mts for Willis* Wheels.
IO Wheels I or Kent.
tihe us u Call.
B0llli0tr& SAUDI IK.
The Heli s of Malinda West, deceased.
Involving lot :: and the northeast quar-
ter of the southwest quarter of section 18, '
township n;, north, range 1 east, I. 31., I
Oklahoma territory.
Complaint having been entered at tills
office by David Rhodes against the hei, s !
of Malinda West deceased, who mane I
homestead entry No. 121LL for north half
■■•Mil h W e I quarter section 18. township pi, I
north raiiy.- |„ k.. charging and alleging: 1
"'I bat lie is well acquainted With the!
tla• I ..I land embraced in the noun-stead
entry of Malinda West, numbered 1211.*?,
ina.le Oct ii. 189!!. for lot .'!, ami the nortll-
• ast quarter of tile southwest quarter of
section is. township HI. north, range 1 east
..f the Indian Meridian and knows the
pres. nl condition of the same. Affiant
'• ■< said Malinda West died on
I he llth day of September, 18%', and that
the heirs of the said Malinda West have
wholly abandoned said tract, having fa.ll-
.- to Improve and cultivate and improve
the same for more than six months since
the death of the said Malinua W-st and
next prior lo the date herein: that said
tract is not cultivated and Improved by
the heirs of the saiu Malinda West as re-
quired by law."
With a view to the cancellation of said
entry the said parties are hereby sum-
moned to appear at the U. S. land office
at Guthrie. O. T , on the 15th day of
March. IS'is. at :• o'clock, a. m.. to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said
allegations.
FRED E. M'KINLEY. Receiver.
A. N. .1, CROOK, Register.
In the District com
Oklahoma territory.
I r ink H. Greer,
Plaintiff,
irvey L. McKennon. t
• 'handler McKennon, t
Fannie McKennon, (
Edward Killer and i
W. R. Hamilton, as (
administrntor of the )
Est at
M< Id
ed.
The !
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and each of thet
Hid del
will take notice ,hat they have been sued
by Frank H, Greer, the above named
plaintifr, in the district court of the coun-
ty of Logan and territory or Oklahoma,
and that they must answer the petition
of said plaintifr tiled in said cause against
ih. in on or before he 2otIi day of March,
A. I .. 1898, or said petition w ill lie taken
as true and judgment rendered according-
ly to-wit: Adjudging plaintiff to be Hie
absolute owner, In fee simple, o lot num-
ber two (2) in block number sixty o;<n in
that part of the city of Guthrie known as
uilirle Proper, lu the conn y of Logan
and the territory of Oklahoma, and that
the said plaintiff is entitled to the inim.-
diate possession thereof, and recovering
(h possession thereof .non vou and each
o. you, and for the costs of hiicIi action
and damages for mesne proilts in the sum
of one ...indeed dolars ($100).
(Signed) Frank II. Greer.
Attest: Louis E. Pitts,
(Seal) Clerk District Court.
By Asp, Shartel & Cottingham, ids at-
torneys.
oru m:\v mm-: n
Spring and Summer Fabrics
smi tin: m w styi.t: ri \ i i or
SiirinqandSummer fashions
A UK Now |;i: AI>Y I'III; Y< II U INSI'i:. TI( > V
• AM. AMI Si-a: WHAT IS N l-'.W IN SI'UIN.I
< la I'll I AMI I'AS 11 IONS,
Wil I T^s ....the tailor,...
W J.l_^10, GUTHRIE, - - OKLAHOMA

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