The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 5, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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Build a w
There is a
In Death's bony fingers
and unless fresh, live drugs
get him by the throat the
chances are he'll get the
We wouldn't sell a drug we knew to be stale or impure
for a cold million. „
We make a specialty of prescriptions and everyone brought
here is compounded with as much care and thought as oug i
we were going to take it ourselves. , ,
We have just received an elegant line of Hammocks and
Croquet Sets, and for those convalescing we would prescribe
a little Croquet and a good deal of Hammock and as a
medicine and preventative our Compound Celery Ne
If you have that tired feeling take our Compound barsap-
arilla and you will be happy.
F. B. LILLIE & CO.
DRUG, BOOK AND NEWS DEPOT. VICTOR BLK.
we can suit you
HEADY MADE SUIT
If you will have confi-
dence in what we say we I
will furnish you with per-
fecting fitting garments ,in
quality of goods you want
or refund your money if
not satisfied. We are now
Wheat Promises Better Returns Than
ed to all parts
of the city and
i wish to state to my pat
rons and others that we aie
sti'l doing business at the
old stand in West Guthrie
and prepared to furnish the
people with all the groceries
and general merchandise
We was slightly damaged
by the recent flood, but not
so bad as reportsd. Our
Clothing, Dry Goods and
Shoe Department suffered
most. We had about three
thousand dollars worth of
these goods damaged by
water and now h ve a large
force of men removing these
goods and by
We will have them arrang
ed and ready for sale and
if low prices will move
goods, they will not remain
on our shelves. I wish to
thank all my patrons for
their liberal patronage and
hope for continuance of the
GRASS AND OATS AltE FINE.
Kftln Kali Wan In the Central and
Northern Sect on«-Orop«ln General
are In Much Better Condition
than any Previous %'ear.
Oklahoma City, May ft.—[Special].
For the week ending Monday, May
During the first five days of the week
the weather was unusually cold. Sun.
day and Monday, only, were warm
sunshiny, seasonable days.
The average temperature for the
week, 50.7, was 5 degrees below nor-
Unusually heavy rains occurred
throughout northern, eastern, central
sections on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The very heaviest rains were through
Custer, Washita, Blaine, Kingfisher.
Canadian, Oklahoma, Logan, Payne,
Pottawatomie and Lincoln counties,
Oklahoma territory, and Osage, Simi-
nole, Creek and Cherokee nations, In-
Wheat has grown rapidly and looks
well. Wheat, which in some portions
of western and eentral sections was
reported apparently considerably in-
jury from some cause, is reported this
week to have recovered its color and
to be alright. The present outlook
everywhere now indicates by far the
largest crop ever grown; it stands
thick on the ground, shows a rank
growth, has a good color, the cool I
weather being especially favorable. J
The heavy rains have interfered with
farm work throughout northern, east-
urn, central and western sections, and
cotton planting is not yet completed, j
and there is much complaint of a poor '
stund of corn, some of which, on ac i
count of washouts and Hooded low-
lands will require replanting second |
time; it is thought too, that some of :
the cotton planted will not come up
on account of soil being too cool and
wet. llrat-s and oats throughout these
sections have a fair growth,but warm,
dry weather is needed for corn, cotton,
grass and oats. Potatoes and other
vegetables are growing finely. Or-
chards and vineyards are ladened with
fruit and continue promising as noted
n former bulletins.
The rainfall throughout the south-
ern section was much less than in
other sections; It was, hosvever, above
normal and amply sufficient for all
needs. Karm work has progressed
_,lripht, corn and cotton have been
Grass, corn and oata have show n a
good growth, and all crops hayegrewn
well except cotton, which is some-
what backward on account of the con-
tinued cool weather.
From no part of either territory have
bugs or insects been reported doing
How fat I am getting since
I commenced eating at
Coffee Like Your Mother
Open Day and Night.
Opposite Government Acre on
In all the latest colors and
\ye have the largest and
best selected line of
these facts _
M/ittU //:Seruice.. count,
' ^lis/actor if "Seruic «
J ht Md-Tono-i.
flimsy t Fit or F.n.th o>
h« ">«Je t;,o """ conation
y Ui„ our neLu ■ Lotus prove It t, /
clothing display " summer m'
°Sf>e,Mt r T,„, "
That has ever been placed
before the people of Okla-
homa. Don't fail to look
over our stock before )Ou
make your purchases.
^WE CAN SAVE YOU DOLLARS.*
AND GIVE YOU PERFECT FITTING CLOTHING.
THE CLOTHIER. AND
~ runs Rillinhsley. Cashier.!
Store opens at 7 a. m. and closes
at s p. m.
F. E. Houghton
702 Noble Avenue, West Guthrie
G. H. LYNDS
. Has Money to Loan
at 10 per cent.
A Good Farm to rent one mil
north of Guthrie.
Six room house for rent for
2 lots on Cleveland Ave. for
sals for $100.
G. H. LYNDS
H. W. DANKERS,
Practical dt Mechanic.
In Carriage ami Cabinet work new or repair-
in? accurate and conscientious work
teeil. Repairing in every wootl and strii.g. J
instruments. Satisfaction guaranteed.
217 South Second St.,GUTHRIE, O. T.
incb. h. b. uuhton* j
;e, Huston & Huston, 5
Office in Scbntsll Bullklng, Okla. Are.
Geo. E. BlLLlNOSLEY, Pres. ClIAS. E. BlLLlNOSLE/, Cashier.
cllas. M. Bosworth, Asst. Cash,
BOARD OV DIRKOTO
a. G. bbow*b, Capitalist, Utlc , N. Y. Oko l",'VV'l-•'- J'Umk'ri!.' ok"
W. S. Stilus, Uutlirie. Ok. ;•• '* "inthrie, ok.
Ciias. k. blij.inapi.kv, Oiithiu-, IIK
CAPITAL, • - - - $50,000.00
Surplus, - - - • S10.000.00
Solicits the Accounts ot Merchants, Individuals and Corporations,
J . B. FAIRFIELD.
Transfer & Coal Co
Good Teams and Spring Drays. Prompt attention
given to moving household goods, pianos and safes.
Coal of all kinds delivered to any part of city. jF|
Office and Yards 506 Harrison TVlftnlioin*
A«„ West of Depot. lupiuim. ~ |]
any damage to crops or fruit
The following rainfalls are from our
observers only, who have standard
Prudence 3.52; South McAlester 2.50;
Tulsa 4.40; Purcell 1.05; Sae and Fox
agency 2.80; Clifton 8.37; Burnett 7 i;
Healdton Waukomis 2.35; Winn-
view 4.20; Anadarko 1.55; Ponca City
6.38; Pond creek 2.52; Fort Heno 4.12;
Kdinond 5.03: Oklahoma City 2.31; Nor-
man 1.52; Eufaula Kingfisher 4.38;
Hennessey 3.40; Stillwater 3 98; Kemp
- 13. JAH. I. WlDMKYKH,
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Iiautau«|ua A m e iii lily, \\lnliel«l. Kan.,
For the above occasion we will sell
round trip tiekets to VV'intield. Kas., at
one fare for the round trip; tickets on
sale June 15 to 25th., good to return to
June 27th. We will also check a limi-
ted amount of camp equipage, such as
'nting, camp chairs, bedding, ete
A. J. Cokkinh, Agent.
A Ten Day*' Outing.
At Island Park, Wlnfield, Kas. Ed-
ucational advantages for all who wish
to avail themselves thereof. Ask
agent Santa Fe Route about rates for
goes hand In hand with hon-
esty in merchandise.
tations might draw you to a
store once but it would be
your last purchase there.
We want to sell you this
spring also this fall and the
following seasons and so
cannot afford to exaggerate
ttie merits of our offerings.
Our statements are always
backed with the merchan-
Home interesting fa'Ms concerning
the trip California ami back via Santa
l'e route may lie liail by applying to
agent A. T. '& S. F. Ky.
Tried. Always l' ®«l.
T)ie next time you travel, give the
ahtk Fe route a trial. Pullman Pal-
ace sleepers and free reclining chair
cars on all through trains.
We have the latest styles
and a full stock to select
from at the lowest prices.
Shoes and Hats,
at a bargain. We still have
sonne sample shoes at less
than wholesale price.
G. M. Sharum,
for Suit* t a llarjjaln.
Lot 2, in block 40, on North Second
street opposite the Arlington hotel.
Applv to Dr. Broad foot,. Sed alia Mo.
There is but one big, red-hot all
round Weekly in Oklahoma and that Comer Harrison
60 nu" «r!oMCapiU';rCdU"d'°'and Division Stnet. jMj*
If You Want Your Wife to Have a Pleasant Smii
When You Come Home to Your Meals
.JUST SENI) IIEIl A SACK OF
U- S- \>\
For she will have no poor head, but it will be light and as white as snow. If it is not
as represented, it will cost you nothing to try it.
Do not forget that we carry eleven different brands of Chase &
Sanborn's high grade coffee, while all package coffee, including
Lyon and Arbuckle's, we sell at
When you need a shoe that will fit your foot remember we have them. We aie
not trying to see how cheap a shoe we can sell, but are trying to see how good a shce
we can sell cheap. Every pair is warranted as represented or money refunded. ^ .
THE WELCOME GROCERY.
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