The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 111, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 1, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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The State Capital.
By th« State Capital Printing Co.
Highest Honors—World's Fair.
Wbkt l o Yuu WkBlf
Do you want AffentsT
Do you want a Situation?
Do you want
Do you waul Boai
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Hare you uoodn to Heii of any windt j A pure Grape Cieam of Tartar Powder. Free
if HO. Capital will pub.Uh^thr^IlM ,rom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
Do you want to buy auythlnff
* " rder* or L d|reraf
,U or ftaalsf
Do you want Pupil*?
Do you waul a Partner?
Do you waut Hrrvnutu, Clerks or Mechanics?
Do you want to Kent a Koow, House or Niore?
Do you waut to Buy or Hell a UorM, Wagon
•r any kind of a Vehicle?
Do you want to H**li or Rent your House,
Office, Store, Lot or Farm?
Have you Lost or Pound anything?
Do you want to Hell your Good- Will and fai-
Uare you Becond Hand Goods of any kind
thai you wish to Hell or Kichaiiffe?
Hare you Goods to Hell of any kind?
advertisement 121 words)
taree times for 2fi centa, one week for 60 rente.
A want In Tin Htati Capital never falls to i
bring quick returns.
rANTED Territorial ocrl . I *
anted. John II
OUR WATER SUPPLY.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
WANTED A Position as pressman; In
yearn experience. Both io*wHpu| er and
Job work. Address. K. C. McGlurKKN.
Care Capital Priming Office. Guthrie, Ok
er, also never
articleM to t
N. K Guthrie, h
o 11 Ik I" dresses,
ti UIIImIc liooltrt.
ouniy Atturne.s u
HHHRINr Pine ofllce room, aheap Appij
at on.-.- to Keatou A Cotttral. Inwjers,
over New York cloth log house.
T7*OR HALK Very cheap for ca ll, lot
P Fourth and Vilas. Address the owi
W. CbaIo. Wichltn, Kaimiix
(ieo. K. Clayton is down from Perry.
F !'. Lewis lb in the city from Wich-
H. J. Conley, of Stillwater, is in the
K. W. Hoyt, of Chandler, is in the
I. .1. Win#, of Chicago, III., is in the
Frank Thomas, of St. Louis, is in the
Ollle M. Cline, of Perry, is in the
F. B. ltulgar, of St. Joseph, is in the
John It. Clark, of Stillwater, is in
Joe Carter, of Wichita, was in the
L. J. Ilest, of llearden, Ark., is
John Wilson, of St. Joseph, .Mo
in the city.
day, accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Crock-
] er, of Crescent City. The Kind ladies
| had not been in Guthrie before, and
were greatly pleased with its beauty
I and dimensions.
Kishop It rook c has gone to northern
Michigan, where hi' will spend thirty
days in making church visitations.
From there he goes to the Episcopal
council at Hartford and will spend
thirty days in the east soliciting for
the church missionary fund.
Marry Steifel, one of the early pop-
ular (I uthrie boys, was up from («al-
veston, Texas. lie was accompanied
by his cousin, Miss Edith Ochs, a
charming young lady of Arkansas
City. Harry had a lot of lovely cape jas-
mines that he distributed among his
Henry E. Asp returned last night
from Nebraska, where he spent a week
on legal business. He says the repub-
1 licans of Nebraska feel certain of suc-
I cess. Poos crops and empty pockets
are at present producing great tmrest,
but tliti fueling is for a return of the
old party under'"which prosperity c
ered the country for 2f years.
Kh! who said that? The answer is
is as prompt as the question from the
dear chappie who has checkmated the
rheumatism with Houtetter's Stomach
Hitters, unequalled as well for dys-
pepsia, liver complaint, inactivity of
the bowels or kidneys, nervousness,
lack of vitality, appetite or sleep. Use
the great tonic and you will be ulti-
mately happy if now afflicted.
Tkinitv Episcopal: Northeast cor-
ner Itroad and Noble; Kev. A. C.
Fliedner, Rector. The Ifttli Sunday
after Trinity: Matins and Litany, 9:30
u.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.; celebra-
tion of the holy communion and ser-
mon, at 11 a. in.; evensong and sermon,
S p in. Everybody welcome. Seats
Wkst Sii>k Conohko ational: Cor-
R . . - ner Warner and Eighth, Kev. Parker,
R. McCreary, of Butte, Montana, is pastor. Preaching at, II a in. and 8
in the city.
Chuck V. Floyd, of Chicago, Illinois,
is in the city.
Attorney ltobcrt Kay is over from I
Reception of members and com-
j muuiou at the morning service. Sun-
Id ay school at Hi a. in. All cordially
Hominy School Convention.
'i hei'e is to be a Sunday school eon-
l ventlou held In the M. E. church at
J. H. Everst was np from Oklahoma j Chandler on Wednesday and Thurs-
day, September lu and 20.
Each Sunday school in the county is
eutitled to send three delegates, one
of whom will present a written report
to the convention on items as follows:
Name of Sunday school: names and
addresses of superintendent and seere-
Illiuois. Is tary; number of teachers; number of
I scholars under 15 years of age; iium-
Mrs. Cal Orner returned from Rich ber of scholars over 1; expense of the
Hill, Missouri, today. ! scho<)1 for the yoar. number of (;hnrch
Mrs. J C. llofins is down from Perry members belonging.
vUUiuu Mrs. I). K. Fi-tfuu. | Vi!l|tors from all parts of the co.mty
H. M. Muiidy, of New Mexico, is in and from other communities are eor-
Miss Fannie Marlow, of Vinita, I.
T., ia in the city.
J. II. Everst w
Robert Kelly, of Wichita, is at the
T. II. liond, of Kansas City, was in !
the city yesterday.
W. R. Jennison was up from Oklaho-
ma City yesterday.
l). P. Cooper, of Havana
at the Palace Hotel.
the city visiting 11. L. Muudy
Mrs. M. ( . Mundy, of the City of
Mexico, is visiting lieo. Munday and
J. C. Starr, assistant treasure
Cherokee nation, was iu the c
Mrs. (• us Rhoads am' children came
down from the Cherokee strip this
Attorney S. I). Decaerreturned from
Kansas City yesterday, where he went
on legal business.
II. Tatgenhorst, of the Queen City
Cigar Factory of Wichita, Kansas, wa«
Mrs. Willard Hlakemore arrived V'1
from Wichita today to visit her father servie
Have You Tried neKKsf Gvri inn Kalva
For piles? If not. why not? Can you
afford to suffer longer for the sake of
2* cents. This is the price of the
greatest salve on the market,
and warranted by all druggists
A Tstpaysr'i Idea of How to Itemed/
the PitMiit Insufficiency.
The subject of permanent water
supply for the city was merely men-
tioned in the council at its session list
evening. To give the public some con-
ception of the situation, sod an under-
standing of remedies suggested, we
preseut some facts on which plans and
estimates must be based, and quote
from the report of E. P. Hurlingame,
as filed with his plans.
The well from which water is ob-
tained is thirty feet in diameter and
forty feet deep. The water rises to
the height of six or eight feet. Eighty-
live feet west of the well a brick tun-
nel has recent'y been constructed. It
is sixteen feet long and six feet high,
aud is on the bed rock which also
forms the bottom of the well. To
utili/.e all the water that flows into
the tunnel, the council directed that
plans and estimates be made for con-
necting the two by pipe or tiling.
Mr. Rurlingame's argument against
this sort of connection is presented in
this way: That the pipe will give no
Increase of water above that supplied
by the well aud tunnel combiued.
Moreover, when the ditch is excavated
for the laying of the pipe, a large
amount of work has been Uone for
which it seems there should be some
compensation in increased volume of
water. It is reasonably probable that
the sheet of water llowing to the well
and tunnel is continuous between
them. If all the How oyer this space
can be obtained the supply can be in-
creased 100 per cent.
A plan is exhibited for putting in a
conduit of plank ten feet wide, open
at the top, and extending from the
well to the tunnel, and, the report
continues, when this part of the work
is completed, let the council inspect it
and note the results as they affcct the
iucreased quantity of water and the
added reservoir capacity. The reser-
voir capacity appears to be a matter of
prime importance, and where can a
reservoir be more properly located,
more cheaply constructed and more
easily filled with the purest and best
'V hen speculation and uncertainty
have giyeu place to ocular demonstra-
tion, the council will have information
on which to exercise its judgment in-
telligently, ana may then determine
whether it is better to build a small
conduit, simply to connect the well
and tunnel, or to build a large arch of
brick or stone, which shall have stor-
age capacity equal to that of both
well and tunnel. A six foot arch
would hold about 30,000 gallons, which
is the approximate capacity of the well
and tuniiel at the height of six feet.
Additional capacity can be obtained
to the amount of 4,400 gallons per
foot by using perpendicular walls to
increase the altitude to the limit of
the llow. This would probably not
exceed eight feet.
If this project is to be executed it
should be begun and pushed to com-
pletion at once, because:
1. The water is needed immediately.
2. The ground ia dry, the river 'is
low, and the llow of water through
the quicksand is at the minimum—a
combination of favorable conditions
for economical work.
3. If delayed until the rains set in,
the work will be disagreeable and
Dr. Peoples, the dentist
R. 0. Lee has formed a law partner- |
ship with II. M Hendetaon.
Type writer paper at Lillie A Co.
St. Mary's parochial school will open
Tuesday. September 11th.
Meal Tickets, 21 meals 93.50 at O. K.
Best meal in the city.
Deputy Marshal Charley Marx
brought in from the Osage country
last night, Bill Cowley, charged with
Pens, inks, lead pencils, rubber
bauds—all kinds of stationery at Tub
State Capital Orric*.
Rev. Boggess will preach his second
sermon on the authenticity of the new
testsment tomorrow night at the
There will be a sale ot money Satur-
day nigm by the Guthrie Building A
John Hale,after breakiug the bridge
of his nose, dislocating one ear and
taking all the skin off of his shins, has
at last succeeded in riding his bicycle.
Do you waut carbon paper or type-
writer ribbons. Call on The Statk
Today Is 4 Quail pay"—the first day
on which qualls can be legally killed.
Frank Wyatt christened the day by
being the first man to have a mess, of
Do you want typewriter paper?
Large assortment at Thic Statk Capi-
Oeorge Gardner returned yesterday
from Tecumseh 'Where he opened the
republican campaign for Flynn. He
made two speeches, in which he gave
sound republican doctrine.
Do you need a cheap ledger, fcash
book or journal? Get them, home
made, of Thk State Capital
Rev. Parker, of the West Guthrie
Congregation a 1 church, will begin a
camp meeting in Cooper's grove, Sew-
ard, Sunday, August U, aud a ((rand
revival of religiou is anticipated as the
Meals at the 0. K., 20 cents; 21 meal
ticket, 93.80. The best meals iu the
city. Now under new management.
That rumor of a sensation in a prom-
inent part of East Guthrie is a sad
thing if true, but no one can vouch for
its truth. It is the best test yet given
to society people to show that intich-
boasted virtue of not gossiping. So
far friends and foes have made poor
use of it.
Do you want the famous Glucinum
pens? Thk Statk Capital is the ter-
ritorial agent and keeps them in
Walker and Noll, the two prisoners
in the county jail, perpetrated an out-
rage on some visitors yesterday that
should give them the dark cell, on
bread aud water, for thirty days, if
there was one there. They threw the
cage slops all over the persons of the
visitors, Attorney Henderson and
others, ruining their clothes and put-
ting them in fesrful shape.
Do you want stenographers' note
books? Get them at Thk Statk Capi-
Mr. William Heckw. was married in
this eitv Thursday to Miss Lena Elbert.
Mr. Hocker is a son of Jacob Hecker,
one of the popular and substantial
Germans of the city. He came last
week to make Guthrie his future home
and brought his bride with him from
his former home in Kansas. He has
gone into the grain trade here and is
buying wheat and cotton. He has al-
ready found a number of acquaint-
ances who welcome him warmly to the
The Columbian Barber Shop and
Bath Room—Soft water baths, new
tubs, clean rooms. International
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
Bruises and Strains,
harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub in Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquers
Makes Han or Beast well
Shoes For very boy.
Is a sweeping statement, but our stock broom is equal to it as surely as
ten dimes make a dollar. The best way to make a dollar is to infiate it by the
aid of our shrunk prices for footwear, that, like McUinty, won't be raised.
Neither will the quality of our shoes, because it's a*, the top already, and so
can't be any higher. Many folks of many minds want many shock of many
kinds, but not too many for us, and not one of the many ever finds our figures
too much either, ".lust right," describes the shoe and the price, the quality,
the style and the fit iu every case.
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch
"Exclusive Shoe Dealers.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE, 118 West Oklahoma Ave
■+ISPRIX i S.** -
Navajo Manitau Schoshone, at the base of
Pikes Peak. Manitau, Colorado.
THIS FAMOUS WATl'.K DKI.IVKKKL) TO
FAMILYS BY THE DOZEN OR CASE BY
troublesome from softening of the ! buildintf' Second street and Harrison
4. If the work is not finished be-
fore there is a rise in the river, an
overflow might fill the canal and make
it impossible to proceed until next
summer, in the meautitne causing
damage to what has been done and
detriment to the means now provided
for supplying pure water from well
v..v " cowncll should have ocular
Sold Pro°' that a sheet of water ilows over | The refuge is being supported by the
the bedrock from the south, as is al- army and its headquarters is on the
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of this city met yesterday in
the Congregational church. There
was a large attendance and much in-
terest manifested in the proceeding?.
Among the important topics discussed
was social purity in connection with
local affairs; also support to be given
the refuge for fallen women now be-
ing carried on by the Salvation army.
in-law. Wily Hlakemore
Mr. aud Mrs. Will M. Nix, of Perry, 1
will leave for Hot Springs. Arkansas,
tomorrow for a few week's recupcra
II. W Herkley, of the Hank of Ind-|
iau Territory, his returned fr«
visit^o hiti former I
leged, this east and west conduit can
To the Public. I not to catch it, and as population
... .. . tl ... . increases, and with it a demand for
W. *. Hanks, the obliging manager more water, the prolongation of this
of the California Medicine company, aqueduct, as necessity requires, may
has kindly given the use of his tent' Prove to ^e "H that is necessary to
tin, on next Sunday j whol^Smo w.ter « c1-"
evening. I hereby invite the good: No one -will deny that the only good
people of liuthrie to attend said ser- water within reach of our pumping
vice, in the interest of honest otticial Pjant iN lhe hroad sheet which lies
ml law and order. .Service to .V"; «"« "rest an,I
conduct to the pumps an adequate
i>mineuce at -
T'te L. S. C. will meet Monday.
Seward, I September :t. at I p. til., at the home
of Mrs. J. W. Stone. The object of
the meeting is to perfect plan and ar-
rangements for the ensuing year'.i
reading. It is hoped all who have sig-
Deputj Marshal William A. Kuowlal ll"'ir Intention of j.iijiiiiK
10. II Stevens, cashiers of the Wells
Fargo Kxpress company, has gone ti
Colorado on a leave of absence for u
brought in Amos I'iercc, charged with
cattle stealing from the Cherokee na
tion last night.
Mrs. Thomas II. Kemp arrived today
from Chillicnthe, Mo. The judge now
has his whole family here. They are
at present stopping at the Palace
Mayor Kobt. Martin left this after-
noun to aticud a meeting of llieexecu
Jive committee of the Kansas, Oklaho
iu; v« .itnl ,<• Southwestern railroad, j
at Coffeyvl11**, Kansas.
v i 11 b.
Corner of Second j supply at minimum cost, is the prob
i leui before the council, and this scheme
I is presented as a possible solution.
Mr. Hurlingame giyos this plan and
report as a voluntary contribution of
a tax paying citizen. He thinks that
a practical experieuce of many years
in somewhat similar matters enables
him to apprehend all that is envolved
iu the execution und probable results
of the underground aqueduct and res
ervoir. grasp and appreciate the idea
A rough estimate of the cost is thus
Curbing r.oo <><
_„r . u.. _ Kight foot arch ....
..r, Tr.„.p.„,„ HMuf „nd l|l8cml|lt
Purifier and Hlood Sundries
e all disorders from
Maker wiJI rem*
the blo<al nut! leave your s*tin el
transparent and youthful. Sold aud
warrant*^ by all druggists
Ml 10 (Ml
THE BICYCLE AND THE BULL.
The Former (lot lladly Itumpled ami the
Utttr Ilroke Ills Neck.
A rccent occurrence In the neighbor-
hood of West Chester, Pa., adds two
items to our stock of information. The
first itoin is that a bull can be infu-
riated by something besides a red rug,
and the second is that a thoroughly in-
furiated bull can overtake the average
bicycle. All of which Is important. It
seems that John liarscy, of Haltimorc,
accompanied by two friends, was mak-
ing a tour of the country on his bicycle.
The party had evidently made encour-
aging progress, since they had got as
far as West Chester, which must bo
nearly ninety miles from llultimorc.
Furthermore they Lad done this with-
out any hostile demonstration on the
part of the inhabitants. Nobody seems
to have shot at them or even thrown
stones or ljud language ut them. The
heavy phlegmatic temperament of the
Pennsylvania Dutch had borne the in-
vasion with equanimity, and the inva-
ders had every reason to suppose that
they would reach Philadelphia without
provoking any great popular outburst
While passing along a road in East
Goshen township, however, the bicy-
clers attracted the attention of a bull.
The bull apparently was not phlog-
inatio. He seems, on the contrary, to
have been a hot-headed and impulsive
bull, and the sight of the three Haiti-
more gentlemen on wheels goaded him
to fury. Probably they said something
offensive to him. Probably they had
red faces or displayed sanguine tem-
peraments, or laughed ironically as
they went t>y. That is as muy be. Hut
tlie bull pawed one paw, bellowed one
bellow, and took after them. It is
Office—424 Oklahoma Ave., Hcims Building.
Guthrie, O. T.
NOASHES! NO SMOKE!
NOTHING BUT HEAT.
LOOK AT THEM.
Spencer Hardware Co.,
Second Street Opposite Postotfice.
lUPROVEMENl 1 HE ORDER Of WE HgE
west side. Addresses were also made ra„r0 tlinn likely that John llnrr^-v
by several citizens of this city. • • • -
All Wool dres« patterns, a lovely va-
riety, all styles and grades; prices
fr. m $2.75 to S 13.50 h p dter •. Free
t^ade prices. At Grisham, S eele &
Iteiil l «
IIf fil.ooo are Immediately voted for
this work it could be completed this
fall, but procrastination will prove
Keuulmi of Colored Sultll«rH.
To the honorably discharged color-
ed soldiers of the I'nited States regu-
lar army who served one year or more:
You are hereby requested to meet at
Guthrie on September 2J at 1 111 West
Harrison avenue, for the purpose of
forming a protective union, that we
may care for each other in time of dis
tress or sickness As we feel near to
each other, let us reunite into the
grand United States regular union.
Now, comrades. If you will respond to
t his call, we can succeed in organizing
a post here in Guthrie. I hope to
meet many familiar faces on Septem-
Co. I 10th 1'. S. Cav.
8 03 93
« II. J. Sturgis and Mrs. C. t'
er, of Knid, were iu the city to-
New Fall Styles
inst in. Rich
.iluiLtl into the
stylish Kail suits
.mine our goods.
.1 Teach t.. W. II. Ilcxrnad,
l lialf interest lots I",
blk M, R ti
A. Avery to l\ Almv. W I) si
sec .1%, t|> in. r l «
T. .1. Wat lis to M. .1. Silver,
IJ lot ID, blk 5 , (I F
f" WORTH A GMINEA A BOX."
rCctt'reJt>'llia TitUl.i, and Solulil.Coitin,.
214 Oklahoma Ave., Opposite
1 i iiM'in' I >
•tc. | found
coutt a box.'
f he IH.Ih'i THkf Willi Hi# (lentIrmen.
She was refined, intelligent and not
ba«l looking, but somehow hhe never
217 00 seemed to take with the geutlemen.
j They didn't 1 ke her listless ways; they
lMtl 00 | said she hadn't any snap about her.
I'oor girl! she was suffering from func-
tional irregularities, and it was actu-
ally impossible for her to take much
1 interest iu anything. Hut a change
1 came. One day she heard of Dr.
; I'ierce's Favorite Prescription. She
procured a bottle, anu she had not
( takeu half its contents when she felt
] like another womau. Now she is in
the enjoyment of perfect health, and
has suitors by the score. No woman
need suffer from functional irregular-
ities and weaknesses The "Favorite
Prescription" is a sife and certalu
cure for all the weaknesses to which
women are peculiarly subject
Be.-'uties of nsture (autumn scenery)
are the Fall Dress Goods at Grisham,
Steele & Go's. Be sure and *ee
Dr. Pierce's Pelletscureconstipation,
bllliousness, indigestion and headache.
One a dose.
That which pleases the eye as well
as the purse ar*« the no tariff Fall Dress
Goods at Grisham, Steele & Co s.
.fiirttlii Mrt'urthy't Son M.*rrl«-« .tn Artr***
London. Sept. 1.—Justin II. McCai*
thy. the son of Justin McCarthy, and
the author of several well-known plays,
was married at Edinburgh 011 Wednes-
day to Cissy Loftus, the young charac-
ter Impersonator, who it* said to have
gone on the stage direct from the con-
sent where she was educated, aud who
has made a tremendous hit.
DAILY WEATHER FORECAST.
thought it ruthcr a joke to be pursued
by a lumbering brute like n bull, and
told himself that lie would astonish
that besotted animal before I10 got
through with him. The average bicy-
cler is a haughty person, and his pity-
ing scorn of things that go on logs i.i as
nrofoiyid as it is genuine. Mr. Ilarsey
had not gone very far, however, be-
fore he realized that the bull just
astern of him was a quadruped of
great activity und bottom. In fact, to
mako a long story short, the bull
caught Mr. liarscy, tore hia bicycle all
to pieces, tossed the gentleman himself
about with great enthusiasm and
finally, in an effort to erase Mr. Ilar-
sey entirely from the equation, fell
down and broke his own neck. Mr.
Ilursey was collected by his friendi
and carried piecemeal to the hospital.
The bull was, we suppose, turned over
to tho butcher, und so the Incident
A Poor Gness.
Hon—What docs Congressman Pop-
ullein mcun by baying that the money
of the country Is unevenly distributed':
Father (u carpenter) Don't know,
xaetly. Maybe lie ineuns that it isn't
rlo'ht for a blatherskite lileo Jiim to be
drawing Sl.i.TiU a dny while u carpenter
like me Is often thankful to inukc tha',
k.-N. V. Wceklc
in all essentials of a perfect writing machine.
Speed, ease of operation, permanent alignment and durability
secialty. All the type cleaned in ten seconks without soiling th
hands. Its record of success in its best recommendation.
The Smith Premier
Is the best and strongest type-writer ever invented, and today it
stands far a head of all competitors. Write for terms and prices.
STATE CAPITAL PRINTING CO.
Gf.neri.a Agents for Oklahoma.
lib. In Btnt<> Capital Bept.
•ml) It ma\ Concern:
•«'l- hereby tfiwn Hint Win.
y liltMl hlK petition for llei-i
In (Jnthrif, Lotfhii comity,
C. John lm
Iteportml l y W. J. Walter*. Obnerver U. S.
Highest temperature yesterday, D\!;'
lowest, 07. Forecast for tomorrow:
Fair; stationary temperature.
New goods all the time. WeM have
you seen Grisham, Steele & Co's new
Fad Dress Goods in imported and do-
liquorM In Uuthrlf, Loir Mil comity, oklnho
aud Hint unit
■lulled by law be Hle<l by the 13th davofs,'.
teiuber. A. L>. IHlM.fiaiil petition will be run let
Out hi e. O. T , August -J|, 1KIM.
F. J D0LOATER.
Cures promptly, without addltion-
1 treatment, all recent or chronic
I discharges of the urinary organs.
1 J. Fcrro, (successor to Brou),
Pharmacicn, Paris. Hold bydrug-
' cists throughout the United States.
Buy Tour Pianos
When you want typewriter paper
do not send away for It. Thk Static
Capital keepn a large stock of all
kinds. Manifold parchment—the tin- j
ent manifold made—at 81.2ft per ream. pC^tai Ju'r
l oiiie in aud see our stock aud get our |
INSTRUCTION GIVEN UPON THK PIANC
FOR 23c 11 IK LI N
Ai.d get course ol twenty lessons given
free by Mrs. Young. Remember this oll'or
holds good for 80 days only.
MURRAY & WILLIAMS,
The Leading Music Dealer
Royal Exchange Saloon
115 West Oklahoma Ave
FRED W. RITYERBUSCH, Proprietor.
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 111, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 1, 1894, newspaper, September 1, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc122512/m1/4/: accessed December 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.