The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 63, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1898 Page: 5 of 8
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Washington, July ti. 1-*... •*• ; ■*t f.• r
Thursday; Oklahoma. Indian Territory
Fair weather, brisk southerly winds.
Kansas—Generally fuir, cooler; vari-
Sodo Water, The Nicest Ic? Cold
Drinks to be found in the city.
If You Smoke Try Our Brand of 5
206 We*t Oklahoma Ave.
THE OKLAHOM A STATE CAPITAL. JULY 7. 1898.—THURSDAY MORNING
THE STATE CAPITAL.
CtlAS. r. GREIR, City tditor.
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE.
One year, by mail sti.OO
Daily, six months by mail 3.25
Dally, three months by mall 1.75
Four weeks, by carrier 60
One week, by carrier 15
Weekly, one year 50
Weekly, six months 25
No daily subscriptions taken for three,
■ix or twelve months in towns where we
have the carrier system.
GUTHRIE LODGE NO. 1. A. O. U.W.,
meets Thursday evening of each week at
7:30 n. m. hall in Victor block, cor;, 1st
and Harrison ave. Visiting Workmen are
L. N. HOMSHER, M. W.
C. J. Tuohy, Recorder.
FOR SALE—Old papers at this office, 2o
for 10 cents, i>v fur 15 cents, lUo for
FOR SALE—Ten R.I.P.A.N.S for 5 cents
at druggists; one gives relief.
"ONLY PERFECT VAPOR BATH."
Gratest seller on earth, llygnlc Bath
Cabinet Co., Nnshvill, Tenn.
Sir, TO 150 WEEKLY AND EXPENSES
paid salesmen to sell Cigars to dealers on
time. Experience unnecessary. C. C.
Bishop & Co., St. Louis.
Railroad Time Table.
SANTA FE RAILROAD.
NORTH, EA£ T AND \\ EST.
Leave. Arrive. Arrive.
Guthrie. Kan. City. Chicago.
ft :00 p. m. 0:43 a.n
ft:50 a. in. 10 :U0p.n
l "i p. |
8:"JO a. i
SOUTH. WODTHBABT AVI) MOT'TH WHHT.
Arrive. 1 Leare. I Arrive. I Arrive.
No Outhrle. Guthrie. A. Worth. Galves'ti
1:15 p. r
11:1ft p. r
9:00 a. i
9:H5 p. m. 9:0ft a.i
S:0f> a. m.|9:3r p.i
A. J. Cor.KlN, Agent.
.. .Lv 6:40 a. in.
... Lv 7:45 a. m.
.. .Lv 'j:14 a. m.
...Lv 12.35 p. m
...Lv 3:15 p. m.
Bt. Louis —
Lv 1:50 p. m.
Lv 7:25 p. m.
Lv 8:15 p.m.
Lv 11:00 a. m.
Lv 12:30 p.m.
Lv 3:15 p. m.
Lv 6:35 p. m.
Oklahoma City Lv 8:05 p. m.
El Reno Lv p. m.
BETWEEN OK.. CITY AND El, RENO.
For rates and other information apply to
J. F. HOLDKN. Traffic Manager,
Bouth MeAlcHter, I. T.
105 North First St.
Agency forWillis Bicycles.
All Wheel* 4>iinraiitced for I Yenr
PRICES FROM $27,50 TO $50,
Santa Fe Route dining cars ure equip-
ped with electric fans.
Cool und comfortable dining cars on
Santa Fe Route are obtained by us-' of
The federal Jail, under the coat of paint
just given it, looks much more attractive
even as a prison.
Electric fans to keep you cool are new
and timely features of Santa Fe Route
Mr. und Mrs. H. T. lerland. of Wash-
ington. 111., are the guests of Rev. u-od
Ed Henry is
isiting relatives in Kansas
C. E. Schaeffcr is back from a Kansas
Sheriff Rhinehart i
Attorney C. W. Se
L it bt ated the Fourth
kier was down from
Big Crowd Enthusiastic People On
ORATORY. MUSIC. AND OLD GLORY.
down fr m Ponca
of the S.ittta Fe. is back
| Col. I lck T. Morgan of Perry and
Oilier Prominent M|M nkerN--€'ol.
Henry K. 4«la*ler. Hun-
ter of Ore iiioii ken.
Reserved seat tickets
Muller's for the "Gypsy
day night, 35 cents.
it Wallace &
V. Hutchinson, of Ponca Citv.
Casseil, of Ardmore, was ijr
cted in the county In lieu the
'Fh ofTliial* of the Mangum land office
submitted the matter to the secretary of
thi- Interior who has glwn a i. ng : > opt i
ton referring to the 2Ath Land Decision, in
which he holds that the territory of okla-
homa must pay a fee of 92.00 for each ltW
acres s se let led making a total of $60723
to bo paid as land office fees for th-
4* 500 acres selected In place of the school
lands which had been settled on.
FIVE DOLLAR PRIZE.
In this issue of the Stato Capital ap-
pears a puzzle offered to the public by F. |
B. Lillic & Co. with a reward of *.'• offer-
ed for its solution. Sec the puzzle and
win the five, If you can.
CORN IS NOT KING.
When it comes to making lieer—good healthful beer cai
only be made by using pure barley, in#lt and hops. That'
what is used in making the original Rudweiser, henci
its popularity and increasing demand the world over. Every
body enjoys a GOOD glass of beer and if you call for IJiul
weiser you will alwavs get the best.
eturned from a
Clol Bros., the dentists, have 'rented
rooms over Beaton's drug store and will
move to that location.
Electric fans are cooling. You get them
and other seasonable articles in Suuta. Fe
Route dining cars.
The Guild will meet this morning at the
rectory.-Mrs. Barnes, president, Mrs.
Employing agency—Call at :!2H',3 West
Harrison ave, for employment of :ny
kind.—A. P. PORTWOOD, Agent.
The case of Geo. W. Ewing against T. J.
Maxey, et al. foreclosure of mechanical
for J2titi.43, was filed in the district court
The electric fans now operated in Santa
Fe Route dining cars are desirable and
seasonable accessories to an already un.
The ball game at the fair grounds the
Fourth between the "fat" and "lean"
barbers of the city was a hot one. The
fats won on a score of 22 to 24.
Two plain drunks in police court yes-
terday. Eight dollars each—and went to
street gang. A young, saucy negro was
lined $10 and costs and put to work on the
Geo. Fuller, telegraph operator for The
State Capital, killed a large blark centi-
pede in the operating room last night. It
was a dangerous looking companion to
Today, tomorrow and Saturday the
Ifoard of education will hold an examina-
tion. The examining committee is com-
posed of Superintendent J. R. Campbell,
Teague Ray and Rev. J. D. M. Bucknur.
For Sale or Trade-.160 acre farm' in
the gas field of Anderson County, Kan-
sas, highly improved. 0 room house, barn,
sheds, granaries, orchard, etc. For par-
ticulars address W. A. Clark, care Cap-
Major R. J. Eskridge, of the Tenth Un-
ited States infantry, who was located at
Fort Reno, is reported among the wound-
ed at Santiago. Major Eskridge is the
father-in-law of Col. Pearson, of the
If your child has thin, pale checks, un-
certain appetite and unrestful sleep, it
lias worms, and curing with strong ir.e.li-
cines only makes conditions worse r>y ir
ritating its delicate stomach. Whites
Cream Vermifuge is mild hut certain in
effect, and is a superior tonic as well as
a positive worm destroyer.—J. Wheeler
Miss Edith Patton, sister of Mrs. J. M.
Brooks, went down on the Bourgogne ,.
graphic description of whose sinking will
be given in this morning's Stato Capital.
Miss Paton left Nashville, Tenn., for New
York June 30. and sailed July 2, wiring
Mrs. Brooks that she had taken the Bur-
gogne. She had Intended to take the Eng-
lish steamer Rome, but for some reason
changed after she got to New York.
PROGRAM FOR COOKING CLASS.
Thursday -Proper methods of arranging
table and serving luncheons, dinners and
Sa t u rda y Dese r t s.
W. M. Bronson has
visit to Wichita.
Miss Grace King, of Norman, Is visit-
ing Mrs. Hclllerman.
Thomas Cash and wife are back from
a visit to Indiana.
Dr. A. J. Ashton was in the city yes-
terday from Langston.
Mrs. W. J. Brown and son are summer-
ing at Gueda Springs, Kas.
Earnest McCraeken has returned from
a trip to the Iowa country.
Griff Elleatt and W. Champion were
here yesterday from Mulhall.
Capt. Hegler. clerk of the supreme court
is hard at work these hot days.
Pete Miller, the produce man. was down
from Perry yesterday afternoon.
Rev. Buckner, of the First M. E. church
was a visitor in Oklahoma City yesterday.
Mrs. F. II. Thwing and children return-
ed yesterday from a visit to Galesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pomeroy, of Pawnee,
and R. A. Holt and wife, of Perry, are
visiting in the city.
General Jamison has returned from
Chandler, where he assisted in recruiting
Captain Hoffman's company.
Reeder and sisters. Misses Martha
and Inez, of Edmond, visited their cousin,
T. B. Reeder, over the Fourth.
President Boyd, of the State University,
and Prof. Mu rda ugh, of the Edmond nor-
mal. and family are attending the Na-
tional Educational association in Wash-
County Treasurer Fred Riterbusch, II.
C. Rltterbusch, Joe Sersiskey and Emil
Utz have returned from a trip to Enid,
where they instituted a lodge of the Sons
of Hermann. They report a splendid
Pres. G. E. Morrow, of the A. & M. col-
lege at Stillwater, has returned from a
visit to the Omaha exposition. Pres.
Morrow was in the city yesterday on his
way home and expressed himself much
pleased with what he saw.
J- W. FreedA E. J, Gordon and E. C.
Jay lie and twenty others came up from
Edmond yesterday to enlist in the mili-
tary company here. Mr. Jayne has a
brother and father living at Red Rock.
County Clerk Emmett Stewart is enjoy-
ing a visit from his uncle. M. W. Cun-
ningham. of Emporia.
Rev. Hawley, pastor of the Presbyter-
Ian church of Oklahoma City, was a vis-
itor In the city yesterday, the guest of his
sister. Mrs. W. C. Miles. Rev. Miles ac-
companied him to Edmond. They
installed the minister of the Presbyter-
ian church at Edmond last night. Rev.
Miles will return this morning.
MISELLER CoM M IS6IONED.
Governor Barnes commissioned Judge
A. R. Museiler. of Perry, yesterday after-
noon Second Lieutenant in plaee of Mc-
Gregor Douglass, of Oklahoma City, who
declined the position. This Is a good ap
point incut. N > better could have been
THIRTY n\ B STRONG.
The Pawnee contingent for the Guthrie
Company arrived on last nights train.
There are five or six full-blood Pawnee
fndians among them. They are a ti.* >
lot of fellows and will be enrolled today.
M? ELREE J
Renfro's Drug House,
204 Oklahoma \venue.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
Examination of teachers for the city
schools will begin promptly at 8 o'clock
this (Thursday) mornig.) All appli•■*.•« its
be on hand so as to give yourself full
time for work. By order of the examin-
ing committee. *
NEW CORPORA'I IONS.
Articles of incorporation were Issued
by secretary Jenkins yesterday to the
Wilburton Lumber Co. of Oklahoma
City; Capital stock $20,000. The Incorpor-
ators arc. T. M. Richardson sr. and T.
M. Richardson jr. of Oklahoma City and
J. M. Rockwell of Huston. Texas. The
Farmers Grain ml Elevator Company of
Kingfisher has reduced its capital stock
from *•" >.'00 to $20,000. Notarial Commis-
sions were Issued to S. W. Keiser of
Stillwater, Payne county and It. F.
Boyce, of Augusta. Wood county.
has demonstrated ten thousand
times that It is almost Infallible
iTwgnlaHties and derangements.
It Iiph become the leading remedy
for this class of trouble*, It exerts
a wonderfully healing, strengthen-
ing and soothing influence upon
the menntrua! organ3. It cures
•'whites" and falling of the womb.
It stops flooding and relieve* sup-
Stlllwater, July 5.- (Special.)—-It is esti-
mated : hat the largest crowd cv. r assem-
bled in Stillwater was here on the fourth
and a more enjoyable or enthusiastic an-
niversary of Independence day was never
held. The citizens of Payne, Logan and
Noble turned out en masse and brought
with them the fat of the land which was
discussed in a very enjoyable way at the
Col. Henry E. Glazier was master «f
ceremonies, which Is a sufficient guaran-
tee that the day was a success. The re-
port of Sampson's great victory reached
us by telephone adding much enthusiasm.
Col. Dick Morgan delivered a tin- address.
The music by the glee clubs and bands
was most excellent. Following is the of-
10:00 a.m. procession formed at court house
and marched to the park, headed by Still-
water brass and reed band, under charge
of marshals of the day. Andrews and
Ellis, in the following order: Band, flag
bearers, city and county officers and
speakers In carriages, horseback riders,
bicycle riders, citizens on fool and in
Bearer of "Old Glory," Cal. C. Haycraft.
Bearer of the Flag of Cuba, Robert Ed-
PROGRAM AT THE PARK.
Music by band.
Song by male glee club.
Reading of the Declaration of Independ-
ence. by F. C. Hunt.
Song by ladle.-' glee club.
Oration by Hon. Dick T. Morgan,
Muse by the band.
Dinner from 12 to 2 p. m.
At 2 p. m. ihe people was called to or-
der with music by the band.
Song by ladies' glee club.
Music by the band and glee club.
Ball game at 3 p. m.. just north of the
grove. Stillwater vs. Perry.
At 4 p. m. an adjournment was taken
to Main street, where an Interesting
series of races for prizes were given.
RACES AND CONTESTS ON MAIN ST.
Bicycle race for boys under thirteen
years of age. one mile dash. Prize to win-
ner. choice of knives from Swller Bros.
Slow mule race. Owner to ride the other
fellows' mule. Prizes as follows: First,
last mule out, owner to receive a pair of
high heel boots worth $4. from E. C. Mor-
rison. successor to O. V. Small: second by
Alex Butchart. pair of shoes worth $.!;
third, shaving mug by H. Bahnitage.
Sack race; prize one good "Sunday"
straw hat by the Racket man.
Three legged race. Winner gets choice
of pocket knives at the Corner Hardware.
Pie eating contest. Prize, good straw
hat by Katz Bors.
Wheel harrow race. Prize, good straw
hat worth $2." o, from R. L. St eon.
Egg race. First prize, bottle of per-
fume worth $2.25 from W. R. McGeorg'.
second prize, one silver dollar from the
Stillwater Mercantile Company.
!• ree for all bicycle race. First prize,
$5.00 from committee: second prize, one
box of fine cigars from Melrose Pharmacy.
Foot race 150 yards. First prize a hat
worth $3.00 from J. D. Holmes; second, i
box of fine cigars from Babcock Brothers.
The day will close with a band concert
on Main street and at dark a fire works
display that will be a regular blaze of
PROPOSED ENGLISH ALLIANCE.
If the United States and England
should form an alliance, the combined
strength would be so great that there
would be little chance for enemies to |
overcome us. In a like manner, when
men and women keep up their bodily
Old Pictures Copied to >\ny Si/e.
strength with II"M. It'-r s 8f.ro.vh Bit- Opposite Pnstofflce.
ters, there is little chance lttacks ______
NEW DISCOVERY. NEVER FAILS.
A now, n-linlilo and safn relief fur
huimtkw.I, i<K"*hiv , M-Iinty ,.r 1 nn-
ful mountruat mu. sow iih -.| l.jr i.vi-r
So,(too i. a i > i k h Imittnr.ittm tin-.-
oriiann Hi ware ok Dan o it roc* im
IJAHONK | or I.,II. MUI.II Imt >1
LjlCAL A&&N. Chicago, 11L*
Sold by Wallace & Mullcr, and the Eagle
\. > T I'lf-puid iii i |«in
V- -ir. teVr.isa",",
Home Grown fruit.
The past season's fruit crop has dem-
onstrated beyond doubt that we have
the finest fruit country inthe United
States and that, apples are a grand
success beyond a doubt. Peaches and
Plums especially the Japanese sorts,
such as Batsuma, Abundance K--i.•••>-.
Burbank, etc., art the finest in the
world. We are large growers of the
best varieties of fruits and those sorts
that are especially well suit «d to our
climate, and would be pleased to auota
prices tor stock that we
Guarantee Genuine and True to Name
We expect to l>e in the business for
more than a year or two and we are
going to do exactly the right thing and
what we say by each and every cus-
tomer. We have every thing in the
line —Apples, Peach. Pear,
Plums, Cherry. Apricot, Grape. Shade
First Published In the Dally State Capital
June 24. 189S.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Guthrie, O. T., June 8, 1808.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named seller has filed notice of his in-
tention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will he
made before register and receiver at I
S. laud office al Guthrie, O. T., July 2".',
Jospeh Miller, of Iconium. O. T.. for the, nurser
ii w '4 sec. II T. lfi ni lei. M
He names the following witnesses to'
prove bis continuous residence upon and street trees, and ornamental stock,
cultivation of snid land, viz: Roses Cut Flowers, and a general Flor-
Jerry Emerson. Peter Chambers, Mack' let's stock. Call and see the stock we
handle. Nurseries two and a half miles
north of the city. Greenhouse and
Hamer, Ma ron Spcrmun, all of Iconium,
JOHN J. BOLES. Register.
tl-'irst published In State Capital July ti,
Notice Is hereby given that at a session
of the Board of County Commissioner.- of
Logan County. Oklahoma Territory, held
on the 2Vth day of June 189S. a petition
signed by David Swank and others of
Cimarron Twp. asking for a view and a
survev for the purpose of locating a cer-
tain county road described as follows:
"beginning at the quarter corner on the
non line running west between sections
twenty-eight t2M and thirty-three town
sixteen lltf) north of range one (1) east.
Thence west to a point w here said sec-
tion line strike- the ••reek bank of Bear
Creek, thence in a northwesterly direction
along said Bear Creek bank to the section
line between sections 'twenty-eight and
twenty-nine town Pi n. of range one east.
Thence north about fifty rods, thence in a
northwesterly direction about thirty rods
io .( point on tlie lirir running west
through the center of the southeast quar-
ter of section twenty-nine (2m to the
quarter section line tunning north
all of said road to be on the south 'j of
said quarter section through the e. ntei of
ihe said section twent\-nine <2".0 - nd
town and range. Thence north one hun-
dred and sixty rods, thence In a northwes-
terly direction about l"<i rods to a point on
the section line said poiivt about thlrt>
rods west of the quarter corner between
sections twent\ nine (20) and twenty i2"
in said town and range. Thence west on
said section line about eighty rods'to the
crossing of Grant Creek. Thence in i
eurvulineal direction about fifty rods to
i lie southwest corner of se. tlon twenty of
the above named town and rang - Thence
west on the section line about eighty rods
to a point where said line strikes Rear
Creek. Thence on the tipper hanks of
Bear ('reek In a curvallneal direction
saparilla will put tlmt important
setited and the following persons wen- i..-
pointed viz: Walter Wilson, Q. B. Neal
and Chas. Bardsher, viewers, and II L.
Whitesurveyor will meet at the place
of beginning of said road on the 1st day
of August. 1S9H. at 10 a. m. of said day and
proceed to view and survey said road and
give all parties a hearing
U EMMETT STEWART.
County Clerk and Clerk of said Board.
PANNING A It A D \ 14- IIT
is the cause of much display of
bad temper, disinclination to
work and other troubles.
Like many other ills, insomnia
can be traced to the stomach.
The remedy is simple. Our Sar
organ on a sound working basis
and aided by the healthy appe-
tite which this preparation pro-
motes, it will givethe body, brain,
and nerves tho necessary supplies
and you'll feel 1 ike another man.
As a dispeller of that tired feel-
ing of Spring and Summer it lias
no equal. Price 75c per bottle.
When you want Prescriptions
accurately tilled bring them here.
(First published in St-a
Caput 1 July ti,
OR. L. HAYNES BIXT0N, M. D.,
GUTHRIE O. T.
SPECIALTIES--All Medical and Surgical
work in Diseases of the
tYt, EAR. NOSE AM) THR0AI.
NOT It E.
Notice is hereby given that at a session
of the Board of County Commissioners of
Logan County, oklahoma Territory, held
on the L'hth day of June, 1K! 8, a petition
signed by Geo. N'. Detwller and others
asking for a view and a survey for the
purpose of locating a certain county road
rlbed as follows: "beginning
yards r.t f 20 East Harrison Avenue.
Remember Address. Nurserymen and floris
The Live Stock
WOODWARD, OK LA
The official organ of the Oklahoma I
Live Stock Association, and devoted
exclusively to the Live Stock interests
of the greal Southwest. Every issue
contains sixteen pagea of carefulla f
prepared matter of special interest
stockmen, and glvds all the news in I
the territory covered, and full report! j
of the Kansas City markets.
By Special Arrangement
kVe offer the LIVI-: STOCK INSPECTOR I
and the WEEKLY STATE CAPlTAXi
£0 cents a year.
the north and south
tp. 18. r. 1! w, intersects section line be-
tween sections 2ft and 2 i. Running west
jfiO rods, thence north about 2'i rods
irthwesterly as near as practical
■ction line he
id tiie vacating
tween actions 2."i and 'X from point of in-
tersection of new road with said section
line, east to point of intersection with see.
tlon line running north and souuh." also
one rod wide at tin- base or starting point
near the house of Mrs II A. .laying run-
ning km rods to ji point containing one-
fotirth acre off of the south' ast quarier of
northeast quarter section 20. township IS,
range 2 west. Said piece of land belong-
ing 10 the county road for and in consid-
eration of one acre of land on the north
line .if the south half of northeast quarter
of seei ion l'i'.. township 18. range 2 west,
one rod wide for county road purposes.
_ resented and the following persons
were appointed, viz. I >. It Walts, A B.
Wood and J. J. Est.es viewers and II L
White On., surveyor, will meet at the
place of beginning of sand road on the
2Sth day of July A ! .. IKflS, at 10 a. m. of
said day and proceed to view and survey
-.•id road and give all par; v < bearing.
R. EMMETT STEWART
County Clerk and Clerk of said Board.
(First published In tno Dally State Cap.
itul, May 26, 18118.)
NOTICE FOR IM PLICATION.
Land ofTice at Guthrie, O. T., May 25,
♦ .otlce is hereby given that the follow-
lng-nam< ■ >i Mis|
of in claim, ll t said proof will I
lnt<ntlon to mak< j mf A support!
be made before th< uid reoelvn
at Guthrie, Oklahoma, on Juno 2t , 1898, f
Jonathan Neff, 1 r th northwest uuar-|
ter of section 21. b wnshlp li north,!
range 1 west.
He names the following witnesses tol
prove bis continuous r< lidenco upon and!
cultivation of said land, viz:
Miss Sarah L. Strang, of Guthrie,
T. Mi Samuel B GU Evan.-ville,|
o T., Mr. William A Legate,
Sprlngvale, 0. T., William H. i;rown,|
of Sprlngvale, O. T.
JOHN J BOLES, Registe
First published In T ie I .. it( CapltlM
June is. 1838.)
day of Jtitn
filed in tile
of Logan a
A I •
t he i s
of the County of I
Ami pursuant to
bate ('ouri. Sat urd
A I > . 1898, at th< I
of said day. that )>.
lar July Term. A I
be Isued i
Id a pi i
that on the 171
• Adni ' l .Ta-
ll Allen up.
decease I. la
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! said I'roljtteJ
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CHILDREN A ftPECIAl.TY.
ubiished In Daily Stato Capital
June 15. lh:t8.
To whom It rnav concern:
Notice is hereby given that A Goep.l |«i;\l, I
has this day tiled his notice to sell at 1
tail spirituous, vinous and malt liquors i
' * "klaho
FOSTER Probate Judge.
that unless I
the first da\
tit ion will li
llljection lie filed '
■ if .111
A. D.. 1898,
(Flsrt published In I>.
The old 'timo remedy
riches the blood, builds up the muse
the nerves and incr
TEN NEW WHEELS FOR RENT.
EH a IT" over "K'1*11 proved by it* cures
• la when all oilier prcpurntion- failed, that j
i it is the One True BLOOD Purifier. I
MOOD'S Sarsaparilln ijas over and
u ■ over jn
medicine mr.de. It is beneficial
during pregnancy, and helps t.
bring children into homes barren
for years. It invigorate*, stimu-
late, strengthens tho whole sys-
tem. great remedy Is oil
to all afflicted women Why will
any woman suffer another minute
with cer.ain relief within reach?
M'in* of Cnrdui only coite $1.00 pax
bottie u*. j our drug store.
For <i.1 Hr#. (n raw* retfiiirlno *ptcfnl -
ari->rr*t, vulng the •
Adrieor^ Ufp.i ••fmmf." Tin i. ha* tanoveo
4etut Co., iluii'un4Kxj:i, T$nn.
Re*. J. W "WITH. Oamdon, S. C.. tiva:
"My w;:«. used Wineot Carflul at home
tor f.-.IIlng of the wcinb and ii entirety
On Indemnity Lands Selected In
Secrptarj oftlie Interior Hhm No l>e-
rided--Oklalionin*M ( oMt
On 4N5UO ArrfH of l.nnd Taken
In l.icti of School l.andN,
The Secretary of the Interior has sub-
mitted a lengthy opinion in the Gre?r
County school land case. When the lands
were selected in the county by the terri-
torial school land commissioners, in lieu
of the school lands which had been set-
tled upon by the homesteaders, the board
held that as the settler.- who had filed on
the school lands had paid the land office
fees Into the Mangum land office f .r
same, that no fees should be required f^r
CIMARRON BATHING RESORT.
If >ou want a tool, refreshing sea bath, In
the briny deep, hail one of tastonian Bros.
busses and let them lend you at their bathing
resort, three miles north of Guthrie, for 50
cents you get the round trip ride and the
bath. If you use ycur own conveyance, bath
Is IS tents, thotor 25 rents. A line shower, I Sh, , h and Samp* Porwood,
cleaning you off perfectly, will be given you tun, oklahoma
after you come cut of the river. Bathrooms john j boles. Register,
platforms and bathing suits for ladies and
gentlemen. Calls for rigs must be in by
0 p. m. Bus leaves corner Harrison
and Division every night at 7 p. m. Office,
11 1 East Vilas. Telephone No. I.
First Published in Dally State Capital
June 6, 1898. k
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Guthrie, 0. T.. June 3, 1898. j
Notice is hereby given that the follow- _
lng named settler lias filed notice of his in
tentlon to make final proof of his claim,
and htat said proof will be made before
the register and receiver of the United
States land office at Guthrie. O T, on July
8, 1898, viz: Lewis Stroud, for the ne ^
sec 29, twp 17 n, r 1 e I. M Me names the
folowing wit noses to prove his continuous
residence Upon and cultivation of said
arge Carter, John Cannon, Lelws
! T° Wh<
Liyn >R :
m I: .May Co:-
is hereby m .•
his day filed
• and Mai;
Un,>be lib- '
X. F. Ch^aJ
>n to 'I al
A. IX. iv.t\ j. liio11 will
NOTICE FUR PI HI.ICATION.
jffice at Out i.r
ce Is hereby g
To whom it may concern:
Notice i.^ hereb.N ;r;ven that John Sel-
strom lias this da\ tiled his p>-oition io sell
a ! fet.iii vinen ■ ,md malt liq-
ors in Guthrie, L-iw-m e.iuniy, OkLiiioma,
and that unless objection be filed on or be.
fore th- :irst day of July. A. D.. 1R98. said
petition will he granted.
Guthrie, okla.. .lun- i:., lkhk
R. EMMETT STEWART
Connlv Clerk. I
THE AMERICAN NAVY. CUBA AND
-- portfolio, In ten par■*. sixteen views
in each part, of the fine t alf-tono pic-!
tures of the American Navy, Cuba and
i a wail, has just been issued by a Chit a- i
go publishing house.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail- ,
way has made arrangements for a spec- :
lal edition for the benflt of Its patrons,
and a specimen copy can be seen at the hi-
local ticket office. Single parts may be ' ma
had at ten cents each, the full set. ono |
hundred and sixty pictures, costs but one ri •
dollar. Subscriptions for the set may be ^
left with the agent, i
his claim, and thai s
made before the regis
the United States land
1898, viz: Henry Han
T., for thene set lit'
He names the- folio
prove his continuous :
cultivation of said Ian
Wm. R. Jones. "Wm.
wart and Henry Reid,
! • 'tic >f lj
proof in support <
id proof will t
■r and receiver 5
office on July 5tl
I. of To bee, (
•i i' nee upon
fie: i >d, Wm. I
nil of To bee. O
NOTICE FOR PC
Land Office at Ciirthi .•
Notice is hereby :• •
ing-named settler ha>
o make final |
and that s,
. i jir name
of the pres. ,.
excitement regarding Cuba these pic- . ultivatioii
Call at ihe ticket I
we, all of ('.'inn ie, O I
Jul IN J. Lb'I.Ld. |
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 63, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1898, newspaper, July 7, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104585/m1/5/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.