The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 23, Ed. 1 Monday, May 17, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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The State Capital, will charm wichita.
i'osi kr forecasts.
By the State Capital Printing C*.
Si rl« t ly In Advance.
Dally ly«*ar K*00
Dally. 1 month 5"
Dally. 1 week 15
Wee# ly. I year 50
We« ly. 8 months 26
UTHKIR LODGE Ne. S I. O. O. T. Meet#
Uotula\ ul^ht of each week at 7:30. Vis-
Itlnjr Odd KVllow* are always
B. R. Mat km N. Q.; O. W. But!
lary. Lock Hox 17V.
UTHHIK LODOE No. I, A. O. U. W., meets
Thursday evenlnjr of each week at 7:80
hall In Victor block, cor;. Ut and Harrl
L. N. Hi:usiikii. Recorder.
R R. TIME ^ABLE,
NORTH, EAST AND WKHT.
5:40 a. n
f>:0H p. n
7:00 a. n
8:00 p. in. \> 43 a. m
A:50a. in. |10:<K)p.in
south1ast and boiitii weht.
12:35 p. ii
ll:(3 p. n
8:20 a. t
A. J. Cohkin, Agent.
CHOCTAW, OK I. A III
■I Reno. .
..Lv «:U a i
Lv 18:60 p i
Ar 3 :00 p i
fit. Lou 1H ~ Lv 8:f0 p n
Fori Hin i Hi Lv U:B7 a u
Winter I ▼ I 30 p ii
South Me AlftMer Lv lllipn
Shawnee. Lv 7::t6 p ii
Oklahoma City Lv W:llfi p u
Kl Rgpo _ Ar 10 06 p a
hbtwkkn nlvl aii" ta ' in ami iii. ilknn
8:60 pm :«i6 am Iv.Ok City ar 7:10 am l .' -JOpii
4 :f>2 put H' I|• 111 ;ir Kl llfim 1 v HI inn II
For rales ai<<l oilier iiifoiinatuni iip|'l> t<>
J F Uoi.hkn, TrulMe Manager,
South McAlester. I.T.
WANT COLU MN.
First Kei>liiieiit Hand OI*«n the Flare of
Honor in the K. I*. Meeting.
The First Regiment band will leave
this evening for Wichita. Kas , to lill
a four days' engagement during the
K. 1\ encampment. Our band is fast
gaining lirst place in the southwest,
as in our city. The band carried away
honors during the Priests of Pallas
festivity in Kansas City, also in the
band tournament in Wintield, Kas.,
last fall. The band is more thoroughly
orf?aui*cd than ever, and will make
the heart of every Oklahoinan in
Wichita beat with pride. The band is
composed of the following members
Cornet—Orin Ashton, J. C. tiaiser,
Fred Verholt, L. F. Leach.
Clarinet— Pedro Romero, Charles
Adams, W. K. Roberts, W. 1 . Dough-
erty, Frank Syscasiski, S. Ritlenhotir.
Oboe—J. M. Wheeler.
Piccolo- R. Stuart Briggs.
Snare Drum—J. Teague.
Base Drum—Frank Laux.
Drum Major—P. Muller.
Slide Tiouibone—W. B. Furrows, J.
Tenor—M L. West, Q. McFetridge.
Tuba—Lou Beland, J. lv. Ransom.
B. Bass— Chas. Furrows.
Tenor Saxaphone—J. W. Bench.
Baritone Saxaphone—W. B. Whee-
Baritone—C. B. Qormley.
Double Bell Euphonium—H. II
Alto —Karnest .lones, John Elm,
A. W. Holcomb, C. T. Dawson.
OERFECT an^ permanent urn the
cures l y 1 loodV Sursapaiilla, be-
cause it makes pure, rich, healthy,
life ami health-giving BLOOD.
oklahoma u. a. r.
Alumni Kncaiiipmeii* Will He lleld at Hen-
nessey This Week.
Hknnksky, O. T., May 17.—[Special|
— Hennessey is in fine trim for the
Grand Army encampment which con-
venes today for a week's program.
Besides her generous groves, the King-
Usher county fair grounds adjoining
the city lias a large amphitheater,
race course and graud stand, with am-
ple seating capacity. The old soldiers
will of course predominate, but the
encampment will furnish a conven-
ient occasion for the army of pie seek-
ers, who are expected in swarms, with
restless hands and volumes of peti-
Malor Tom Anderson, of Topeka.
has said he will be on the ground, and
that means a popular feast of^ song
and story by the leader of the Kansas
Modocs. Dennis Flynn, the pride of
Oklahoma republicans, is billed to be
among the speakers, and rain or sun
agrees to add his presence around the
cauipfire. While the old soldiers will
Cool Weather Predicted f. r the latter
Portion of Muy.
St. Joseph, Mo , May 17.—My last
bulletin gave forecasts of the storm
waves to cross the continent from loth
to 14th and l.* th to lttth.
The next disturbance will reach the
Pacitic coast about 'JOtli, cross the west
of Rockies country by close of - 1st,
great central valleys 2-d to 'Jltli, east-
ern states 25th.
Warm wave will cross the wes*, of
Rockies country about 20tli, great cen-
tral valleys ','id, eastern states 24th.
Cool wave will cross the west of Rock-
ies country about 23d, gruat central
valleys 26th, eastern states 27th.
These disturbance* will cover one of
the hot periods of the month and will
be followed by one of the greatest
falls in temperature that will occur in
May. Very cool weather may be ex-
pected immediately preceding this
The storms will develop increased j
energy not far from May 23d to 24th, j
and the weather about this time will
go to extremes not usual for this gen-
erally quiet month. Temperature of
the week ending May 1 5th will aver-
age below and raiufall above normal.
This applies to the whole country as
an average. In drouth districts tem-
perature will be above and rainfall
below normal, while in the rain belts
temperature will be much below and
rain above the normal.
The national weather bureau crop
report for April 20th shows a deficien-
cy of rainfall in the corn anil oats belt
at fourteen weather bureau stations
and an excess at twelve. The princi-
pal deficiencies in inches were at Chi-
cago, I.IS, Duluth 1.44, St. Paul
Springfield, Mo., 1 14, Cleveland, Ohio
.60. The principal exqesses were Des
Moines 4 70, Davenport 1.40, Sioux
City 1.35. Kansas City and Columbia,
Mo., had small deficiencies. Very lit-
tle rain fell in the corn beltduring the
last few days of April and when the
last week of the month is placed in
I lie calculations about two-thirds of
the weather bureau stations will show
a deficiency of rain for April and one-
third an excess.
Corn and oats are several cents
higher than at the close of March and
altogether, while the forecast for
April rainfall in the north has not
proved to be as great a success as
might be desired these facts show that
it was not a failure. For the southern
states the forecast was a general suc-
cess, except a few localities.
R< II ot Honor
Central school, 3rd grade. The fol-
lowing named pupils have been neither
absent nor tardy during month ending
May 7, 1807:
Howard Holt Clifford Elsemchinidt
The enthusiasm of Crescent
riders is what causes the
enormous sales of Crescent
Bicycles — 70,000 Crescents
sold in 1896.
Crescent prices are right —
not a dollar added for the
reputation that assures their
quality — and these prices
are the same io everyone.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
CATALOGUE FREE. AGENTS EVERYWHERE
ANO'lHKK FL00I) VICTIM.
bivouac In tcntB, hotels and hoarding >
, . ... ...1 . Mamns nf t in<ii> \vhn mn<
C.'hautaiM|ua Assembly. Wlnlleld, Kan.,
.Iu«>e 15 25.
For the above occasion we will sell
round trip tickets to Wintield. Kas., at
one fare for the round trip; tickets on
sale June 15 to2'.th., good to return to
June 27th. We will also check a limi-
ted amount of camp equipage, such as
tenting, camp chairs, bedding, ete.
A. J. CoKKlNH, Agent.
to accommodate the statesmen after
The Kicker will be transformed into
a daily for the week, and an interest-
ing citizens' program will aid in the
Island Park, Winfield, June l.r th to
25th, 18U7. One fare for round trip.
age of 90 or above
Cltfford Risen hi
Mrs. A< ki ky, Teacher.
Great Suit Sale
Mrs. Watts' Body Found In the C imarron
hlver, Bmled In I lie Maud
While playing along the bank of 11
the Cimarron river yesterday, Mr.
May's boys discovered a body buried!
in the sand and water, only the feet I
ai d a small portion of the body being j
in view. The city authorities were at j
once notified and Mayor Berkey and
Murshal Baxter were soon taking steps :
to get the body out of the water. It j
was lirst thought to be the body of j
Mrs. Francis Moore, but when finally j
dug out of the sand was found to be |
Mrs. Watts. The body was put in a |
colli 11 and buried in Fairview ceme-
! tery, no inquest being held.
Mrs. Watts lived at the foot of liar- j
I rison avenue, on the east bank of the
Cottonwood. When the Hood came
j her husband succeeded in getting into ,
| a tree, bat Mrs Watts was overtaken j
before she could reach a place of safety
| Her body had Heated, or been washed |
by the current, about three miles front j
where she was drowned. Until the
' raise of the Cimarron last week, it j
large sand bar extended one hundred
feet out into the river. During the
raise the bar was washed away and
until yesterday the water was too high
i to make any investigation. The body ||
| had been i the water eighteen days Ij
j and was bloated almost beyond re cog- j
' Two more are known to be missing
Yinie Dabney, a little cripple boy, and ;
; Mrs Francis Moore.
! No quarter will do as much good as
j the one that buys Dr. Pierce's Pitas-
1 ant Pellets. That is what you g('1
i with them: An absolute and perma-
nent cure for Constipation, Indiges-
tion, Uilioua Attacks, Sick and Bilious
I Headaches, and all derangements of
| the liver, stomach and bowels. Not
: just temporary relief, and then a
] worte condition afterwards but help
I that lasts.
O. L. H. C.
I The C L. S. will meet Tuesday, I
' at 2 p. in., at the home of Mrs. Joseph
IsN o wG-oing On.
The Matchless prices we have made for this sale will
tinue during the month of May. We shall offer you good
merchandise at prices unapproachable by regular stores who
sell on long time and eternity. Be sure and be here at the be-
ginning of this Great May Sale.
Our entire stock of Ladies Shirt Waists, former-
ly sold at idle, 7.p c and 91. all go at 48c each.
We have a few of those beautiful Misses' Spring
Jackets, formerly sold at $1.48, which we'll sell at
'.is cents each.
Dou't fail to see our beautiful line of Hastiste at
5o a yard.
Fine Corded Nainsook at s 1-Sc.
In fact all of our large stock wash goods will be
sold at unheard of low prices.
Good Turkey Red Print, at Sc a yard.
Good Dark Fancy Prints Sc a yard.
Nice line of Plaid Dress Ginghams at 5c a yard.
Good Plaid Shirting 4c a yard.
We have about 15 pieces of line double width
novelty suitings, that sold for 16c, which we are
going t'j sell while they last at 10c a yard.
1,000 yards of good L. L, Muslin at 4c a yard.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Ladies Good Fast Black Hose only 5c a pair.
Ladies Extra Heavy Fast Black Hose, cut foot
ouly 8 1-Sc a pair.
100 do/en Ladies Heavy Seamless Fast Black
Hose only 10c a pair.
r.O dozen Misses' Extra Heavy Ribbed Fast Black
Hose at 5c a pair.
One Case Men's Extra Quality Balbriggan I n"
derwear at '.'." c.
100 do/.cn Ladies Ribbed Vests at 5c each,
Clothing and Cents' Fur-
Our Great Clothing Sale will continue at prices
Boy's Suits from 08c up.
Men's Suits, fj.S7, $1.50, 81 and $5.00.
A large lot of Men's odd Pants; extra bargains
10 dozen Men's 0 ox blue Denim overalls at 48c.
Those wishing to buy clothing will do well to
examine our immense stock before purchasing.
We have a complete line of Men's and Boys'
Straw Hats from 5c to8l.no.
25 dozen Men's Fancy Negligee Laundried Shirts
OurMammoth Shoe Stock.
Must be reduced and in order to do so we have
reduced the price of everything in the shoe line.
Carpets, Mattings and
Good Ingrain Carpets, 20c, 35c, 45c and 65c a
Complete line of Staw Matting 10c, 12 l-2c. 111
, and i".
We have a nice line of Lace Curtains. W indow
Shades, Chenielle Portiers, Art Squares, Rugs and
Draperies of all kinds.
W.T. COLEMAN, TIIU HUSH.
PROl'im'TOR OK * ■ * * M m
THIS WEEK AT
Art of Stained
Fine all-wool $10.00 suits for $6.65. These
are all this season's production; no old, shelf-worn
bankrupt stuff, but made in the newest styles and
nobbiest patterns of this year.
The finest and latest patterns in $12.50 and
$15.00 suitings this week for $9.65. All bright,
new, fresh goods, at prices lower than you would
pay for old pelters in these bankrupt concerns.
Come and take advantage of this great suit
sale of ours al
Roll Call - Quotations from Mathew (
A Communication—The commei
ment exercises of the Guthrie high j
Table Talk Topics of the time.
Discussion—"Victory for the Wror
Banner;" the humiliation of Greece. 1
A Comparison—The municipal sys-
tems of government of American cities
compared and contrasted with that of .
Literary Reminisences--The recep-
: tion given to American men of letters j
by the Knglish people and vice versa.
A Review—"Grover Cleveland's Sec-i
j ond Administration," by Carl Schurz. j
in McClure's Magazine for May.
"A Survey of Greek Civilization, j
1 the author's postscript.
I A History of Greek Art—Chapter |
V l and V11
A Study of the Sky—Page 00, Ilereu ,
| In the Chautauquan—"The
, less Carriage;" "The
Answers to questions in the Chan-
tauquan for April. | j
Conservatory ot Mmlr.
Misses Hess and Sumpter are in the i
city for the purpose of organizing a '
conservatory of music, which will be
a branch of the Kansas City Interstate j
All children wishing to join the ju !
venile chorus class are requested to;
meet at the North M. K. church on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of !
each week at 4 o'clock.
Persons wishing to consult them j
concerning private lemons in I'iano,1
Voice and Delcartian Physical Culture |
will please call at the Capital hotel, j
To Soiiooi. Teachers—Do you want 1
monthly report cards, 15c per do/.; and
I reward of merit cards, beautifully
I ithographed or embossed, over 100
[different designs, at from 20 to 50
cents per package of 25 cards. We
<eep these, and all school supplies, in
j stock ready for you. Add res State,
Capital Puintinu Co.. Guthrie, Okla. ;
j All owners of lots in the cemetery
who want their lots waten d and eared
1 for during the season can have it done
1 by notifying G. II. Lynds, Supt.
I Citizens are hereby ordered to clean
up their back yards ami alleys, ami
are requested to place barrels in their
yards to receive all refuse matter
By order of Hkaltii Officer
Before It Is Too Late.
Leave your business occassional 1 y
j and try a new climate and new sur-
roundings. No better medicine.
The principal health and pleasure
; resorts of the southwest are reached
via the Santa Fe Route. Low rates,
quick time, comfortable service. ,
For specific information inquire of
local agent, or address W. .1 Blitck, O. |
P. A , A. T. & S. F. Rv . Topeka, Kas
j I Like Miy Wife
1 To 11 BP PoXroNl'H COMPI.KXION PnWMt* b«-
cuiisi- it iiiipmvea licr looks and i* aa fra-
,4F0R the masses..*
SAVE YOUR DOLLARS.
Don't pay fancy high prices for your spring
Hats when here you'll find the leading styles, the
latest Persian creations, the most beautiful gems of
Hats at from 20 to 30 per cent, less than elsewhere.
Coupled with our low prices in Millinery is our un-
equalled variety. We have probably twice as great
a selection to choose from as any two millinery houses
in the city.
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 23, Ed. 1 Monday, May 17, 1897, newspaper, May 17, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc122748/m1/3/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.