The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 119, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 11, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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The State Capital.
tty tns Stat* Capital Printing Cs.
What Do You Wantf
Do you want Arenuf
Du you want a Situation?
Du you *aut to buy anythlnff
Do you want Boarder* >r LaxIk*™?
La. >uu want ay "llel|>,' oi*.« or feaalflT
Ix> you waul Pupil*?
Do you want a Partner?
Do you waut Servants, Clerk* or Mechanics?
Do you wain to Kent a K«toui, Houm or Storof
Do you want to Bu v or Sell a Horae, Wagon
r any kind of a Vehicle?
Do you waut to Hell or Rent your Houm,
Office, More, Lot or Farm?
Have you Lost or Found anything?
Do you want to Sell your liood Will and Fll-
Have you Reoon.1 Hand flood* of any klad
that you wuh to Well or En*han re?
Hare you Oood« to Sell of any kind?
If «o, Tin Capital will puhl
advt iu einent (SI onU
fcree tluie* for 2S renin, o
a aaiit In Thi Stati Capital nixr falls la
briug quick return*.
AWARDED | graved piece of paper without promise
Highest Honors■- World's Fair. I or prospect of pay. Of course he will
work off a little cheap wit, intended to
make the boys laugh, aud be remind
ed of a funny story: but pop tUese
questions to him until you uod out
whether, and if nrytbing, what. Le
knows about it. lie will tell you that
you do not understand the great Ioul
ilaiion principles of this populist lal
loon; but stick to him and see if he can
talk sense concerning it. A system of
tinance whicii contradicts human ex-
perience should be fully explained. C f
course no man in private business
! could work on such a theory, but ail
' things will become possiVe when th
financial theories of populism, the ref-
I erendum and other lunacies become
I laws. Pretending to be the friend
; and champion of labor, the populist
party is indirterent or opposed to any
! movement of real benefit to labor. It
onsiders the tariff question, which
■ CREAM ■
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Ciearn of Tartar Powder. Free *aid 'is from skin to core a
.'foMO^nSJ 'nm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant q«e«tlon of labor.' a sham battle.
lorWruu lhejr praise Lincoln while they charge
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. " t.v-
11/ANTED Drean s.xnU i.ale iiiuii ,
If Kual).' JCb.NA.Ma
"P OR KENT Flue office roiiiu. cheai
IpOK REST Three II ice I > furl
" Kn«|iiire at ftlW Cleveland i t«*
turn article* to
him with giving effect to two conser
itcies. one of which was apnroving il
hill providing for paying interest on
the public debt, the other providing
for the establishment of national
I banks, which provided a currency
safe and sound, but not a 'ti
ible' swindle. In populist
estimation it is a crime to pay interest
| < n a debt. The national bank bill
>. 1 f a fii 1.1,1 LU,V1 .m met ll,e approval of Lincoln and
N\HAi IIh SA\S ABOl T IT I Chase (Encv Brit) The howl now
j raised by p ipulist leaders would then
have been deemed impossible. Instead
i of this safe currency populism pro-
I poses the most eollosal swindle of
GETS A CORKER.
The Pop Speech Dreamer Queered Bj :
ca ii, lot .
Irenn the own
W. Cmaiu, Wichita, Karma*.
AI.KNM KM Every . ouni v H«lan
e >*o|MilUt mu i inprart leal Tlitory-
Onuamlilp of ltHilrua«l« and Other
Thing* a Delusion—Ths Gov-
eminent Can t Make
Money But Can
I dreamed that I had made an ar-
rangement with the republican who
has followed ine for purposes of an-
noyances to let him follow me in a
j half hour speech. I thought he would
trouble me less in that way than by
asking questions. 1 was to occupy success can mean nothing'but your de-
one hour. I spoke of the money pow- feat? Identify yourselves wi*h a
' er, the base conspiracies entered into party whL-h has a history of honor,
i.I, ■ / . instead of one which has nothing but
between bhylock ami congress for the „ proposition of baseness and a .leclar-
express purpose of enslaving the toil- ation of crankism. Consider well your
ing masses: the exception clause which 'naterial interests and if acting with a
-1— of promoting these, w
age or time. Professing honesty, it
advocates dishonor. I'opulist speakers
are continually serving writs of error
on the patriotic dead. The fearcher
after truth can never fulfill his pur-
pose by reading the populist pre.«s.
What statesman has left either of the
old parties to Join the populists? That
party is the asylum for the discarded.
No financier could advocate their the-
ories. Populism will go •thundering
down the ages'" as the last and great-
est humbug of the nineteenth century
Why will you tie to a party who <e
Caked & Inflamed L'dders,
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
AH 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 ,"lan or Beast well
Itev. J. II. Itrooks is in the city.
I). P. Taylor is herefrom Wichita.
Kev. Brewer i* here from Mulhall.
J (iutl.rie. of Enid, la in the eitv. ruined the (freenback: the outrageous "e*promo'ini? mese. •Re are sure
...... t . 1111 , of your co-operation for the welfare of
A Field, of Si. Ixjuls. i in the city ®-™e™ °' " tional banking: safe, j-et „f ,|le nation and of every Amerl.ao
«. n n , . , - ni . fraught with peril, a great conveni- citizen over whom wave th* stars and
II. (J. Bonham is here from Chicago . . . , , , , *,UI
* ence, yet a colossal crime; the wretch- *tr pe>. . Iy time I see has expired
I). S. I'ipes is here from Kansas City ad condition in which the Omaha dec- a.nd f,th"nk .vo" kindly for your atten-
H. A. Shepard, of Wichita, is in the laration found ua and the remedy; gr°e"''ted^T. .^okTme"1'1'i
eity. populist porous plaster applied to the Edwix Low*.
C. S Arnold, of HI Reno, is in the enure surface of the body politic. My Th. Vllu M
city. time expired before I was aware.
. . . . . , for I was verv much in >rtiMi TK« ma^ not r^tain her dimoles and rosv
*a\ Kingsbury ts herefrom Arkansas Ior 1 *a ^ery much in earnest The cheeks blooming with health'until
republican then said: "I wish to call she finds a good husband. A little
attention to the origin and objects of i neglect or accident may bring about
the populist party. It started in edu* 8ome one °' the ' female" diseases anil October Delineators, lu cents, at
cationai institutions. That is.it «as .ft! Whk'h,th<;5esi5s"b-
ject. and health mav be forever im- • ,
^ r# n« inks
J Type writer paper at Lillie A Co.
Miss <>ertie Gardner, a girl belong-
ing to the ^ a'vat ion army, died this
morning at 10 o clock The funera
took place this afternoon from the
Salvation barracks, under charge of
For Rent—A nicely furnished front
room at Mrs. Lafferty'*. 405 East
Mayor Martin received an invitation
from the committee of the citizens of
South Enid to celebrate the opening
of the Cherokee strip, on September
15. The invitation is for the citizens
of Guthrie through him. Everybody
that can should atteud.
Extraordinary bargains! Come early
and get first choice of fall suiting.
We bought goods late on free tariff
list, that means money in your pocket.
—Joel Rosknbleet, the Progressive
Tailor, 117 West Harrison aveuue.
The Hotel Roy a! is having a fine sa-
loon put in the east side of its build-
ing. The gentlemenly proprietors are
W. C. lohns and C. A. Ainent, of Kan-
sas City. The fixtures will be the
finest iu the city when put in. They
were brought with them.
ANOTHER BRICK BLOCK.
Judge iiullard is over from Chan-
Go to Annie Smith's for artistic mil-
Geo. C. Maur, of Arkansas City, is in
J. 11. Jarvis, of Concordia. Kansas.
is in the city.
L. G Jones, of the KausasCity Jour- K'rowth with the expenditure of very It is a great invigorating tonic and
uai, is iu the city. little of either. Theory made plausi- an^ rapi(Hy builds up the
!>r Pinquard returned from a week's b,e anci lhe ,e*ble %ht shed upon ua 1 a,ul htren th.
history by false statements, seems in-
sufficient. It is not necessary to speak
to you of the skill and cunning with
which you were led from non-partisan
•farmers' aliiauce' to partisau pjpu-
listu. Why should I paint out the
road to you who have traveled it? Who
Dr. Peoples, the dentist
Everybody should vote for the school
bonds to complete the school houses.
visit to Florida last night.
D. \V. I'lam. P. S. Hoffman and Fred
Hoyt came over from Chandler yester-
Dr. Kandry. W. II lilakemore and
A. W. Brown were down from Perry
organized in country school paired and hopes and happiness be at
houses. I do not wish au end. Thanks to Dr. Pierce, his Fa-
to insinuate that knowledge, either vor*te Prescription, prepared by him
financial or political is necessary for '"r wom1en- cur" ' rse eises of
uterine diseaj.es, nervousness, neural-
populism. It has attained its present sria. irregularities and "weaknesses."
^ Dr. Pierce's Pellets, for constipation,
sieh headache, biliousness, indigestion
One taken, always in favor.
QUEER POLITICAL WORK.
Rev. E. C. Delaplain. elder of the are your leaders ' Are they men of
Methodist church for the Indian terri- experience in statesmanship? Do vour
tory, is in the city. financial theories come from linan-
I'rtltlon living Circulated to Have
Change of Yenne In the Fcott
un<l Delanv faiv.
'ens, inks, lead pencils, rubber
bands—all kinds of stationery at The
State Capital Orrics.
Prof. Lehrer has started a tailor
shop on First street, in Jessie Walters
If you want a nobby Fiench bonnet,
attend Annie Smith's millinery open-
ing Saturday, September 15.
For stylish dressmaking call on Mrs.
Maxey, the artistic dressmaker, at the
Chicago Millinery store. Satisfaction
R. D. Love was appointed coroner
for connty P vice Thomas M. CullW
Do you want carbon paper or tvpe-
writer ribbons. Call on Tu* State
A democrat brought to the notice of Capital.
The State Capital the fact that Jo
J. 8. Lyon to Put I p u HMixUome Hulltllng
ou llnrrlaon aud l)lv|.|on.
S. Lyon has made all arrange-
ments to put up a handsome brick
block on his lota on the corner of Har-
rison avenue and Division street. This
is one of the most prominent business
corners in the eity, and has long
looked bad for want of a building.
Now it will have a three story struc-
ture, 50x140 feet, built of pressed
brick ou both street fronts. The
negotiation for the money loaned for
the purpose is due to the hustling real
estate agent, M. Luther West, who
secured 810,000 for Mr. Lyon from Na-
thaniel McKay, of Washington City.
He received a telegram from the gen-
tleman this morning that the money
was at Mr. Lyon's disposal in the Hank
of Indian Territory, to be drawn just
as fast as needed for building pur-
poses. Architect Foucart has the
plans already drawn for the handsome
building and Mr. Lyon expects to be-
gin excavation for it tomorrow or next
day, which will not take long, as part j
of the cellar was dug by F. R, McKen
non before he was killed. It is under-
stood that the Masons will take third
story of the building for their hall, as j
the Knights of Pythias have the Victor j
Mr. McKay writes that he was'
offered more interest for his money in
Oklahoma City, but preferred to loan
it in Guthrie, as he considers this the
coming city in Oklahoma. This is
quite flattering to Guthrie and will be
appreciated by the citizens. There is
no reason why more money should not
be loaned for building purposes in
Guthrie by eastern inonied men. We
hive not enough good buildings for
business purposes. Many men are
still doing business in wooden shacks
that would prefer brick houses if they
could get them in good locations, and
they would be willing to pay good
rents for them. too. Mr. McKay has
made no mistake in loaning his money
to Mr. Lyon.
Slioes For Everybody.
Is a sweeping statement, but our stock broom is equal to it as surely afi
ten dimes make a dollar. The best way to make a dollar is to inflate it by the
aid of our shrunk prices for footwear, that, like McGinty, won't he 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 shoes of many
kinds, but not too many for u«, and not one of the many ever finds our figures
too much either. ''Just right," describes the shoe and the price, the quality,
the style and the tit in every case.
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch
TCxclu.sive Shoe ^Dealers.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. 118 West Oklahoma Ave
Oklahoma Investment Co.
Rooms 1 s.ncl S Over Bank of Indian Territory
FARM LOANS AND CITY BUILDING LOANS A SPECIALTY
Farmers arid Uerrhauts iianlT, StiU
„ _ _ v. National Bank, Oklahoma < ity, O. T : Cuthrie National Bank,
o. T.; First Nati*,al Bank, ti Ken... o. T ; Hank ..f K • n :ti-h.-r. K i ti„-rl-n.-<> r ;
n.Samuel Murphy, Kx-Ter , tits,, Oklahoma
■r, O. T.; Uu
lion. I) T. Flynn was in oklahoma i-ipr*'.' One of your nrofe^ett states- senh Miller / '"LT • r^^e.rt a °hureh retention Will lead the styles this fall in ladies'
Ctly yesterday and will vi.lt El lteno, ,„en has discovered h T.1 1 «ndid te tor probate commute meet.n* of the Methodist millinery. As a preliminary, a grmnd
Kingfisher. Knid and Pond Creek this ' , , ? "aion ttas circulating a petition to church North th,s evening.
week. the ttu'hor of Shakespeare. works, have a change of venue in the Scott Ho you
Mr. and lira. C. C. Holland went to floanciers have discovered that and l.elany ca«, charped with bribery
Hackney. Kansas thi« morning to at- le Wor ,as >ecn six i the school boartl matter, from
tend the funt-rai .-f Mr- Untie Kemp thousand year* with the idea that m1- Judge Dale's
opening will be announced later, at
want typewriter paper? which the latest styles will be shown
Large assortment at The Statk Caim- ^ ^ose willing any hats now on hand
court, on the grjuuds
Next Thursdav there will be an
can get them at a big discount.
mks. A. 1'. sAI .NIHRS.
urn .a Sister ,,f Mrs. Bolland. They ver aud gold possess value. They tell that they could not iratma wLt irUl other n,*u"« in K"H's ha 1 of the
will return Thursday noon ... ' fcenn nonesl ln.1 . .,
you that paper is the thing, and has a here. The democrat thought it was
IW L. «. llaxter. a graduate of >alue euual t, any figures that the queer work for a democratic candidate
the state normal school of Emporia. ^ov.>rnmHnt m.r .
Kansas, who was elected principal of f(1T , J to place upen ajainst a democratic judge and Irs
the high school here, has arrivtd tore AlUs bot 1,p which lacks own city.
main. He is spruce, intelligent and e*P*ricnce. —Srincy Smith. That is
eugaging. having all the marks of a the only wisdom embodied in populist
ch. press or platform.
SCHOOL BOARD WORK.
ItSelallie Time of the Illy Hchou
A«-e«*|it• Three ItulltlliiKii
Mrs. Annie Smith will open h«*-
..v • , millinery par or Saturdav. Septemb r
ou are invited to a feast without IS, beginning at p ui Guthr ie o* -
the possibility of a dinner. You are e,.v ladies cannot afford to mi>s it
a>ked to adr«H.*ate and support theo "—
ries based upon Bellamy's novel. This CHANtiEO HANDS.
is not inconsistent from a populist -
The school board met last evening stanJlV)'nt \ our non-partisan begin Mr. Hilton i;a« oiu in
and set September 24 as the time for J rl
beginning the city schools, to run and hot
School buildings Nos 1, 2 and 4 were well expressed nonsense fa-
Wei's and water closet
traeted for for each building.
Furniture will be placed in
buildings right away.
as a mixture of falseh
ion; a deliberate slander upon u H Hilton has sold his electric
the American people. The platform light plant to Dr. V.odevoort, J VV
and) were toU'r;'b > "eli expressed nonseuse f^- M ... , , . . .
v..ring unposMbi.uies. I'opulist liter * "Mr, WBO
• ture a"tl campaign speeches contain ta^eWcharge. Mr. Itaur is the new
were eon- sufficient falsehood and folly to con manager. II
stitute the strougest evidence yet
ll"" 'r-Tt''.'1 .Tf" ' i't". I" PJT>'rrr\i' Dt .l.> o anil W. •>■ > • will make it do «... Ample "ening t.. Robert A. Pre wit.
They favor government own- is «w behind it. A new "T"! "*dd,n*- domga at Andy's
>mmittees to make ready for the Ger-
man Dav celebration.
A 1)4) of M"lloii4 and Demurrer* and
Metropolitan Fashion Sheet given plea*.
away at Kamsats One Price Cash '
House. j he district court disposed of a lot
The German band pi-nic will be °' molions- demurrers and pleas today,
given next Sunday in VNianko's grove. John Holston and Thomas McKlU< y
city. Everybody is in- were admitted to eiti/enship today.
A. Thompson and seven others
Mrs. Annie Smith will handle a full j brought action in writ of mandamus
and infants furnishing to have separate schools in Cimarron
J M. Kedwelh a cousin of Officer' —
1- rank Kassett. was in the city yester-
day. He owns 780 head of cattle nr-ar
NO ASHES! NO SMOKE!
NOTHING BUT HEAT.
LOOK AT THEM.
Spencer Hardware Co.,
Second Street Opposite Po3t~(fioe.
ImovEMEm hie Ordlrof we Age
nuth of the
line of ladii
Red Rofk. which ht
western part of Ten
Do ron want stenographers' note
ave books.' 'Jet them at Thr Static Cai*i- '
Rosa L. Law son, a stepdaugh-
^nc ** ' '
a thorough business 1 >
man and if the plant can be made to | tcr of Andy Frink, was married last
Robert A. Pre wit. There
They Will Open September 34 In Full
School opens September 24. Teach
trs' certificates will be issued the 17th
Examination of new pupils will b
next Tuesday and Wednesday Speed, ease of operat
Unexualed in all essentials of a perfect
It * decided to have a janitor for crship of railroads
The \ ult-e of the t'eople
Proclaims one fact a true, namely,
that Hostetter's Stomach Hitters ef-
fects a cure whenever i; i p«'r>i>teutlv
umhI for the ailment to which it
adapted. Amonir these are malarial
and dyspeptic ailment*, rheumatism,
nerrous and kidney c >inplaints, con-
stipation and biliousness. .\ table-
sp«M>nftil three times n day is about
How can govern* boiler,
ment own them? Is the government other ii
a' le to buy. keep in repair and pay th<
extended dynamoes antl ma
nprovements wi'I be put in
Mr. Hilton, all will b«
ith lots of
Martha Miller, a voun? ladv
of olBelaU au.i labore™ Vee^ Mr' ""« "• " « "1 Klad to attendlog the St. Joseph academy
essary to operate tl.e railroads of the now- remain in iluthrie and en- died last ^veninif. The body was to-
I ciited staler ' lu addition, they want ter other busine s. ' >" embalmed hy .Spentrel' establish-
the Wagraplu and telephone, WlMN — ' m, nt acd shipped to her parents in '
i- the money coming from to buy H.i.1 lur l., Iowa.
the'" r!'P .srV,Uu'lu^, wiT,"e/",rK ilT; *?•' ff-' The Columbian Barber Shop and
auolher popuh-t "HI of the la ne hotel for lale. Hall, I'.ooui- v>ft ater baths new
tall on cr address II. H. tul«. clean rooms International
building. Second street and Harrison
lhe locations of teachers ann the div secialty. All the type cleaned in ten
lis record of success in its best'recommendation.
trict lines for the several schools wil hands,
be announced next Monday or Tues
lla>'- S. V. Mai.Lokv.
on, permanent alignment and durability
seconks without soiling the
Able « i
he Smith Premier
DAILY WEATHtR FORECAST.
Ketnirted l y W. .1. Waller*. Observer f. s.
Highest temperature yestcrdav 7 >.
lowest. 61 funeiBt for tomorrow
Fair, and stationary temperature
•ue it Th
fiction. The gorernm-it n
sil. tl any money, hsbtb y n. ver will.
Like au individual, govemmen* his
sometimes found it necessary to bor-
r iw money and isaue promises to re-
l a: it.
I'he government gets money bv
tax.ng the people and disburses it to
defray its expenses. That is the only
rous: iti tionai way by which it can
L'et it If it should I orrow money to
bus the i a I roads, the interest would
'•« a tax on future generations, with a
pr<-b ible e*c ti& 0f expenditures over
receipts \Wi ther you pairumze the
•oad or not. you will have to pay taxes
SOME GJOO MtN.
.v That W III r
Thu Term of Court.
The grand jury selected for this I),,
t Tin of court ia cotupos* d of as good l*ook
class of men as l^ogan eimnt
h^d The foil
Mrs Martin the Chicago milliner,
has returned from St L mis. where
she secured the latest styles in mi -
■ , , ; V ^Hc-wnier ever invented, .and todav it
i far a head of all competitors. Write for terms and prices.
STATE CAPITAL PRINTING CO.
Gknkki A Agents for Oklahoma.
you need a cheap ledger, cash
' journal? Uet thein. h une
hk >tat Capital
J Win wood,
z/.ars. .1 A. Lew
New Fall Styles
ti \V llulse. E. II Duvall. S II. Tan
_ . - - >-v brill, L Ambmnes. ('has. Hral-lnre
Do you want the famous Hlucinum ' or not. you will hare t pay taxes I s. I u!liam. .1 H. Tarr I N |?i ,
pens? The Statk Capital is the ter* "> proportiou to your valuation in ad war. .1 m Torrence. k '
ritorial agent and ketps them in dition to the taxes you now pay. Don't W \V Fleming. .I Hu
look solemn If you believe in popu-1 is. S Jones.
lisna, you should feel cheerful. This
is a part of the feast to which you are
invited. Hut say the men who haw-
been designtted to de:tfde you, L-t
the government issue a legal tender
currency, safe sound and flexible.'
'sufficient for these purp sev The
constitution provides that private
property shall not be taken ft r public
use without just compensation.' You
will see that government cannot, as
vour platform flippantly expresses if.
cuter upon the work of owniog and
managing all roads" without just com
pensation In o'he words, you will
pav for the roads by '«*gal compulsion.
A*k the living embodiment of populist
wisdom, the Hon. Raphael Heauknot.
when l e comes to spread h's go«pel.
th -se glad tidings of greu joy. what
this flexible 1 *gal tender is. or what
he thinks it will be: whether he has
an idf a 'hat it will contain a promise
to pay or whether i; will bean n-
■VrwOm.nNv -epL ll The ste
Are just in. Rich1
and beautiful patterns
to be tailored into the
most stylish Kail suits
Examine our goods.
214 Oklahoma Ave., Opposite
arise fr. in one cause
Purity the WW and,
thus, go to the root
of many maladies.
Knid Republican: The o County
l aiiK suspended payment Wednesday
«ith liabilities $7. loo and assets
#14 ink). John C. M<>ore is the as-
signee. I* is thought thsi satisfac-
tory ai rangetnen's may be made for Lynn J., leaving h**.r-last evening with
the bank to resume. an excursion party for nrand Isle, sunk
Butterick's October pa'terns at Ram - eren'n5f at ' ng Island, near
says'. , JW Bn Urli Mm bad lort| pttr-
Mrs.* llieW.rJ.. .0.1 Mrs. Anil,,*' U'ar"'
Sinitli. the 'adies who a week ago LRF9T M'c7ft-
rented the building formerly occupied
by the Hunter drug
homa avenue, have ret
east with a hue stock of
they will have all the latest styl
time New York ha\ ilirvet cable roninnj! 'S '''f ^Lst a,nJ strongest type-writer ever inv
nication with the old world. Thenew s*an
cable of the Commercial Cable Co was
laid up the bay from Conty island a
week ago. Yesterday it was joined to
the main cable and messages were sent
by means of it t. th- . mpanv's ufficea -
shot bj a Mot*.
•Mim.iv. I..i Sept. 11.—Link Hhl'-
P"Uer. the nut.-.l outlaw an.I mur.lerer,
was kille.l in jail here l.v a in..I, ol
arme.i men. who forced their wav in
lie >ho«r,l p|„,.K. t<> tht. las, Eni| f;i>i ,
the erow.l, . arsinjr them with his Ia,t
breath, lie was shot thirt.-.
Buy Your Pianos
I wen!y lessons ^iven
Heniembcr this offer
ami will have
a grand opening in i
September I Hh, 25th. and October
&th the >auta l e route will sell excur-
sion tickets fn.m points at Missouri
riwr and east tLereof to pv>ints in
Kansas. Oklahoma. Texas. Coorsdo.
and New Mexico at one fare for the
round trip, limited for return passage
t venty days All who have friends in
the eastern states should no ifv them
of ttn.se ex. ut ions as they may want
to take advanta/e < f these cheap rates
aud make s visit.
Birds anrt Animsl9 of all Kinds
Mounted In the Most Natural
No. 703 S First St. Guthrie, Ok.
I51BV;TIC'i G YEN VP0H THE HA.N.
MISS EFFIE M DUNBAR
.A nd t course of
free by Mrs. Youn^.
holds good for 30 days only,
MURRAY & WILLIAMS,
The Leading Music Dealer
Royal Exchange Saloon
115 West Oklahoma Ave
FRED W. RITTERBUSCH, Proprietor.
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 119, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 11, 1894, newspaper, September 11, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc122520/m1/4/: accessed November 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.