The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 208, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 21, 1898 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKL.AIIOMA STATE CAPITAL DECF.M1VFT? 2T, 'ISSS—V* LDM.S1>A\. MOHNIXG
ARE NO BETTER.
Wheat Spot is Firm while the Prices
FUTURES IN LONDON GOOD.
The Market© nre> About a* They
Have Been For a Lous Time
au«t Without Any
of Rocklra. increase 438.00 bushels.
Oats—I'nited States and Canada, < ast
ot Roc a lea. increa.se 1.298,000.
The following stock* of wheat held at
Portland Ore., and Tac«wna and Seattle,
Wash., show a decrease of -i-3.000 bushels
for the week.
NEW YORK srOAR.
New York, Dec. 20.— Sugar—A reduction
of 1-16 of a cent in the price of numbers
12. 13 and 14 refined hugar has been made
by the America*! company.
Liverpool, Dec. 30.—Wheat—Future*
closed quiet; March 5s 9?%d; May 5s 8l,3d.
r.lVK fUH >O.777R A IN.
Liverpool, Dec. 20.—Grain—The grain
and provisions exchanges will be closed
from 3:30 p. m. Friday until Tuesday,
Open. High.Low.Today. Y.Day.
St. Louts, Dec. 20.—Flour—Quiet^ un-
Wheat—Options weak with prices
firm; No. 2. red cash, elevator 06.^ bid;
cents tinder yesterday; spot steady to
Itrac*<0%®71; Dec. 69% asked; May ivft
bid; July 64%; No. 2 hard, cush t i0.
(\>m—Options steady to firm; spot about
steady; No. 2 cash 33 bid; Dec. 32* asked;
May 33% asked.
Oats—Futures Irregular; spot higher;
No. 2 cash 27% bid: track 27%; Dec. 27%®%
bid: No. 2 white 29.
Flax Seed—Hisher; $1.02%.
Butter—Higher; creamery 18^22'vi". dairy
Pork—Weak; standard mess Jobbing,
old $.20; new *9.37%.
Lard—Quiet; prime steam $4.95; choice
Dry Salt Meats—Boxed shoulders $4.12%;
extra shorts $4.60%; ribs 11.75; shorts $4.87
Bacon—Boxed shoulder $5^0; extra short
$5.12%; ribs $5.87 Mi I shorts $5.62%.
Receit'ts—Flour 6,000; wheat 47,000; corn
68,000; oats 41,000.
Shipment—Flour 13 000; wheat 48,000; corn
83,000; oats 40,000.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Chicago, Der. 20.— Cattle—Receipts today
were small and prices were steady. The
percentage of choice beeves was limited
and sales were mostly «t a lower range
of prices. Ordinary fed westerns made
up the most of the offerings, selling at
$email@example.com, a few prime lots going for $5.25
<fto.5 >. Good to choice Texas steers brought
$3.86(g4.40. Stotkers and feeders sold most-
ly at $firstname.lastname@example.org; choice feeding cattle bring
$4.30<fr4.40. Calves sold at 83.0004.85.
Hogs—The market for hogs was very
slow and dragging. Most of the sal -s
were made at concession* of 5 to 10 cent*
from yesterday's early quotations. Sales
wore made of common to extra choice lots
at $3.1563.45, the greater part of the offer-
ings going at $email@example.com for 'heavy and at
$3.25(^3.30 for light weights. P'gs soil af
$3,300(03.20. The best prices were obtained
Sheep—The decline in sheep and lambs
was checked today by light iocelots.
There was a fairly active demand at $3.05
(?5.40 for inferior to prime flocks of lambs,
sales being largely at $4.65fj;5.25; western
lambs sold at $4.War..20; yearlings found
buyers at $4.50 and western sheep at $3.25
©4.00; native sheep at $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Receipts—Cattle 25,000; hogs 3fcj006; sheep
NEW YORK RECEIPTS.
New York. Dec. 20.—Flour—Receipts 3?,-
3—3; exports 2,480.
Wheat—Receipts 40(5,000; exports 386.601;
spot, market easy; No. 2 red 77 fob afloat,
options opened weak; bear news wes
holiday dullness, lower cables and mod-
erate clearances, hammered tho market
prstetently all day, preventing rallies ex-
cept one or two slight ones based on
early strength in cora, Final prices were
weak and %fir% below the previous day.
March 74 7-16tfi~4%, closed 74%.
Corn—Receipts 155,925; exports 34.620;
vpot easy; No. 2 42%j fob afloat: options
opened steady and were sustaTned by a
large export, dealnig, firmer cables and
wet weather, untli weakened near the
close by wheat. Final prices were partly
% net lower; May 40%(&%, closed 40%.
Oats —Receipts 50,400; pot steady; No. 2
82%; No. 2 white 34; options dull.
9 37 9
9 67 9
5 10 r
. 5 30
5 32 5
. 1 80
4 82 4
Chicago. Dec. 20.—Wheat—No 2 red 68$i>
69 cents; No. 3 red, 66(fi67 cents; No. 2
hard, 04% cents; No. 3 hard, 62<Ti64 cents;
No 1 northern spring. 65%@66% cents;
No. 2 northern spring, ttHOWi cents;No.
3 spring, 63(8654 cents.
Corn—No. 2, 34% cents; No. 3, 31*4 cents.
Oats—No. 2, 26% @26% cents; No. 3, 26
KANSAS CITY GRAIN.
Kansas City, Dec. 20.—Wheat—Steady.
No. 2 hard, 61%©>62% cent"'. Xo- r>8^^c'.
No. 2 red, 69 cents; No. UQQ cents;
No: 2 spring, cents; No. 3. 53(559.
Corn—Firm. No. 2 mixed, 32T*32%; No.
2 white, 81%08S; No. 3, 31%.
Oats—Steady. No. 2 white, 28 cents.
Rye—Steady. No. 2, 49%.
Butter—Steady. Separator, 19; dairy,
Eggs—Lower, fresh, 2lc.
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
Kansas City, Dec. 20.—Cattle receipts 5,-
230 natives; 540 Texans. Good well fin-
ished dressed steers active at l(X515c highe
prices. Good butcher stock and well
bred feeding stock quick sales at about 10c
advance. Heavy native steers 55J5.30;
medium 4# 5; light weights email@example.com; stock-
ers and feeders 3.1594.80; butcher cows
and heifers 3.65<**k40; western stetrs 3.25fcf
4.90; canning stock 2Q2.60.
Hogs receipts 16.985. Offerings rather
common quality. Business was Rood and
prices steady. Heavies 3.30(03,35; mixed
3.25®3,30; lights 3.15rd3.32%
Sheep receipts 1,500. Trade active, all
desirable flocks In good demand at shade
stronger prices. Lambs firstname.lastname@example.org; muttons
3.75(04.50; feeding lambs 3.80^4.30; feed-
ing sheep email@example.com; stockers firstname.lastname@example.org.
J. T. M Neal went south last night.
S. A. Anson, of Chicago, Is at the Capi-
John Cloud was up from Purcell last
Mrs. llalsall went to Oklahoma City
Will Champion came down from Mul-
Oscar llalsall return©.* to Oklahoma
City last night.
A. A. Ewlng is up from the south on
Deputy Marshal Heck Thomas went to
Dr. Jeder and wife were here from
Landlord E. O. Mllllkea of the Perry
Hotel Is In the city.
Miss S. M. Burch has returned from a
visit to friends at Perry.
J. I. Cook, the popular manager of the
Victor, is in Oklahoma C'.ty.
Governor Barnes will be homo from
St. Louis. Mo., on Thursday.
F. IT. Wright, a prominent eapltalest
of El Reno, was in the city yesterday.
Colonel Taylor McRay, the demosthenso
of the straight populists, is in the city.
Charles Smith, of Orlando, was in the
city yesterday and returned home last
Drury Malone, formerly in business In
this city but now at Dallas, Tex., v in
N. Doughty, who has been clerking
In the Capital hotel, at Mulhall, Is home
for Christmas. •
A notary's commission wa* yesterday is-
sued to J. D. Lyrlck, of Lexington, Clove-
land county, Ok.
M. A. Mosley, was down from Perry
yesterday. He says Perry Js the best
town In Oklahoma.
Harvey Cannon is here from Lincoln
county. Harvey is one of the big farm-
ers In the Sac and Fox country.
Will Tilghman. who was here from
Chandler on business in the Marshal's
office, returned homo yesterday.
Sheriff O. W. Annis of Payne county
was over from Stillwater yesterday on
the track of a fugitive from Justice.
Jasper Sipes came up from Oklahoma
City last night on business witli Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction Hopkins.
retary Jenkins yesterday issued a
commission to Geo. M. Deliroff as a no-
tary public for Guthrie, Logan county.
Mrs. Louis cowman and children of Jef-
ferson City. Mo., arrived last night for a
holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Staats.
Giving Dp Business and Removal Sale.
TO-DAY WlIiL BE A SPECIAL DAY AT THE
OUR STORE IS FOR LEASE. OUR FIXTURES ARE FOR SALE.
WF WILL LEAVE GUTHRIE SOON. COME TO OUlt STOItK TO-DAY. A S-IO.OOO.OO stock of Dry
Good* Clotliinjr Shoes, Ktc., to be Slaughtered. No! ii "Closing Down N;ile." but a Clearing out Sale to move
from Guthrie The Slaughter of Prices without a precedent It's cheaper to move Mune> than (ioods and a
great deal easier. The Greatest Slaughter of Goods since the Opening. We w ill sell jou goods cheaper than
you ever bought them In all your life. Come to the BAZA A It to-day.
SHE LOST HER HAT.
An amusing incident ocurred in one of
thet large dry goods store in this city
yesterday. A lady, considerably above
the average heighth, was making pur-
chases for Christmas, and happened to
get in the way of the pay car used in the
rapid cash system In the store. One of
the clerks sent the car spinning down
the wire, and. as it passed the. lady, It
$5.80(55.8.'; | gracefully lifted her hat by becoming en
A big lot of Men's Winter Caps ut -
Choico of Two Hundred piocea lull standard Prints,
33 yards for a dollar—these are tho very best and
you can take your choice of any piece in tho houso.
5 Hales of best 8-ounco Duck, per yard..— .
100 pieces Canton Flannel, slaughtered, per yard
200 pieces ti. L. Heavy Grado yard-wide Sheeting
100 pieces Outing Flannel, dark and light pattorns,
25 pieces of Mattres.j Ticking at, per yard —.
50 dozen Men's Heavy 9-ounce Overalls, slaughtered
at, per pair. -
20 dozen Men's Leather Gloves, a good heavy work
glove, this lot was our 40o grade—now you
can buy them at this Removal Sale for
Men's Heavy Wool Mitts at, per pair -
25 pieces Double Faced Fleeced Flannel, in Brown,
Gray and Tan, down to, per yard
Ladies, Wool Fascinators, worth 40c at least, some
beaded, all to go for — -
100 pairs of Blankets, in Gray and Tan—a good
one—slaughtered at._ -
100 Bed Comforts, extra heavy, protty patterns-
they must go...
25 pieces of nice Wool Dress Poplins—theso goods are
strictly half wool, in Black, Brown and Drab, at
A lot of Ladies' Dress Skirts, in pretty designs
A big lot of Children's and Misses' Black Hose, reg-
ular 10c goods—down they go, per pair
About 10 dozen left—-Ladies' Chemise—nicely trim-
med with lace and embroidery—just think
100 pioces Towling, crash, at ......
Some much better—simply giving away, per yard
Men's Heavy Buckle Plow Shoos—about 5 cases loft
worth #1.40, what's loft go at a pair.....™
25 dozen Ladies' Calf Shoos, nicely finished and a
solid shoo in every respect—choice, u pair for
10 dozen Infants Kid Shoes, worth 50c to 75c a pair,
A job lot of shoos, some uro worth #1,50 a pair, choico
Men's Wool Suits, heavy and durable, all sizes, worth
any man's iivo dollar bill, to go for
A bi£ lot of Men's Undershirts and Drawers, each
50 pieces Bleached, yard wide, Muslin, a yar-l for
January $5,806/5.85; March J6.00fi6.05: Ap-
ril $6.10^6.15; July $6.20; September $6.25©
6.30; October $6.30.
Spot Coffee— Firm; held higher; No. 7
Invoice 5%®7; No. 7 jobbing 7% a; mild
Sugar—Raw steady; fair refining 3%;
centrifugal 96 test 4%; molasses sugar 3%;
refined, steady, 6ahde higher; No. 12, 4%
No. 13, %.
London, Dec. 20.—1 p. in. closing—Con-
sols for money $1.10 1-16; do for the ac-
count $1.10 5-16.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
New Orleans, Dec. 20.—Cotton—Dull, mid
tangled in one of the plumes, and hat,
car and all went sailing serenely to the
cashier, to the great merriment of the
spectators and clerks. The lady Hoov-
ered her hat and joined in thet V-r.gh at
J. K. Dyer, organizer of the Royal
Tribe of Joseph, went to Edmond yes-
terday to complete the organization of tho
society at that place.
Jack Miller, and Fred Moore, relatives
of county commissioner Chris Johnson,
who have been visiting trie latter, return-
ed to their home in Marshall county,
Kansas, last night.
•Mrs. H. O. Hixon went to Galveston,
yesterday, to visit her nephew. W. S.
Keenan, passenger agent for the Santa
Fe railroad at that point. She will stay
untli after the holidays.
Senator George Bellamy was here from
El Reno yesterday. Mr. Bellmay is a
bright young man and will be among the
leaders iu the coming council .
II. It. Ricker, representing the Inter-
state Mortgage Trust company, was here
from El Reno yesterlay. He went to the
northern part of the Territory last night.
Pliny Rulledge, late with the Isaac Pay-
ton comedy company, is here from Okla-
homa City in the interest of tho Elks
from there who give an entertainment at
the opera house next Thursday night.
S. A. Mann, manager of t..e opera
house, acompanied by his brother-in-law.
Randolph Forrest, drove over from El
Reno yesterday, where Mr. Mann has
been visiting friends for several days.
G. W, Hayden of Ispeming. Mich., cam*
In yesterday from Ft. Smith, Ark., and
went to Ardmore last night. He is con-
nected with capitalists who will build a
road from Ft. Smith to Guthrie, throu-gh
the Choctaw nation.
Now attend this Genuine Removal and Winding Up Business* Sale. Now is the lime to buy when you
can pick up your Winter Ooods so cheap. We will leave Guthrie shortly and what we close out we will not
have to ship. To save money attend this Winding Up of Business and Removal hale at the
^ 118-122 Harrison Avenue.
f. BltLISOSltY. President CIMS. t. BILLlNOSLtY. Cashier
IRID t. DOICATER. Ass't. Cashier.
Capitol National Bank
soucrrs accounts or mlrchants, ^
farmers and corporations 1
LOANS TO f ARMfRS
A. G. BROWER, Capitalist, I'tica. N. V. Geo. K. BlLUNusLEY. Guthrie. O. T.
W. S. Stii.es, Guthrie, O. T. Fred C. Dolcater, Guthrie, O. T.
Chas. E. Billingsley, Guthrie, O. T.
SMALL POX 1NVILIDS.
Washington, L>ec. 20.—The "■senate today
confirm-'d trw*e nomii'&tl~ns:
R. A Frelderiehs of California, district
attorney of ANs'xi.
To he marshals—F. C. Ramsey, district | give better work than
of Idaho; G. II. Greene, northern district
Postmasters: Colorado: W. O. Stephens
Delta; O. W. Richardson^ Dongmont; M.
Arizona—J. Mahoney. Wlnslow.
Indian Terrltory-J. D. Seaman, Tulsa;
H. T. S.stes, Iluscogee; J. II. Butler, Vi-
nita; A. C. Butler, Durant.
NEW YOI>K COTTON.
New York, Dec. 20.—Cotton—Quiet, mid
New York, Dec. 20.—Dry Goods—Prints
selling well and tending against buyers.
There are reports of an impending ad-
vance In American ImJgo blue and shirt-
ing prints. Last week's export of cotton
goods i.o.154 packages, much 'tho largest
for any single week on record. The de-
mand for wollen goods, both men's wear
qualities and dresH girods, quiet.
LIVERPOOL SPOT WHEAT.
Liverpool. Dec. 20.—Wheat—Spot firm:
No. 2 red western winter 6s 3d; No. 1 red
northern spring 6s Id.
Corn—Spot firm; American mixed 3s.
Receipts—During the past three days,
282.000; centrals, including 266,0000 Ameri-
can Receipts of American corn during
fhe past three days 13.1.100 centals.
Corn—Futures steady: Dec. i'.s. 107*d;
January new crop, 3s 10(1; March 3s 8<l.
AVAILABLE Sl'PPLY OF GRAIN.
New York, Deo. 20.—Special cables and
telegraphic dispatches to Rradstreets In-
dicate the following changes in the avail-j and best trades "f any <-f "ur merenant
•III.. Mipply Of grain hist Saturday, ai | He In c hoice In bin nelectlons. IhorougKly
compared with the proceeding Saturday:
Wheat —Un I ted States and Canada, eai
of RooMm, lnciw buA.t ; .-.v-j PRESIDENT HUKRBAX'X.
erpool corn trade news, alloat for and in
Europe Increase SOu.OOO bushels; total sup- Port Au Prince, Dec. J>. I resident Heu-
ply, incn«se 6,390 000 bushels, i reaux arrived at Jacmel this morning in
Corn—United States and Canada, cast ' good health
TWO APPRENTICES DROWNED.
Queenstown. Dec. 20.-The four masted
bark Euphrates^ Captain Davies, from
San Frano:«co, which arrived here yester-
day, reported that during tarn terribly se-
vere wedther on Dec. 4, two apprentices
were washed overboard.
STEEL WAS SENTENCED.
Philadelphia, Dec. 20.—William Steele,
former cashier of the vrecked Chestnut
Street National bank was today sentenc-
ed by Judge Butler In the I'nlied States
district court to six years and *lx months
imprisonment and $300 fine.
Steele was convicted of conspiracy with
the late William A. Slngerly.
UNDERSTANDS HIS BUSINESS.
S. T. Franklin has an enlarged and un-
usually interesting advertisement in this
morning's paper, which glv. s an idea of
the magnitude and quality of his business.
Mr Franklin is one of the most up-to-
date merchants in Guthrie, he is always
painstaking and pleasing among his cus-
tomers and enjoys one of the largest
j understands the needs of his customer
11 and his success Is veil merited.
Chandler News: Walter Old-; formerly
with the Publicist, has taken charge of
the iob department of the News office.
He is one o? tho best printers An Okla-
homa and his services will enable us to
R. T. J.'s Attention: There will be a
call meeting Thursday evening. Dev. 22,
of tho Royal Tribe of Joseph at the Odd j by telegr
Fellows hall. Fifteen new members
be initiated. All members requeste
be present. J. K. Dyer Org
Acting Adjutant General II. C. Orner,
today issued commissions to the fol-
lowing: C. C. Ramb, captain: J. M. Grims-
ley, first lieutenant and Frank Hudson,
second lieutenant, all of company E,
Pawnee; Ernest W. Tanner, second lieu-
tenant, company G, Kingfisher.
T. M. Miller and his brother Agis, pass-
ed through the city last night in response J
to a message received at Perry from
Stroud, stating that their brother and his
wife were down with #mall pox. Some
people are Inclined to advocate the as-
sertion that there is no pestilence at this
town but there is, sudh reports anfl itor-
ies being to the contrary. Geo. Payne, a
Guthrie boy, is now at Stroud and cannot
come home on account of the quarantine.
Hero are two men who are called there
id the advice of the Coun-
ty physician at t'hat point is that the
disease has broken out in several new
cases. People contemplating going there
should think before they jump.
Mr Williams of Mississippi makes an
$160 FOR 65 GIs.
Read Carefully This Great Offer.
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THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE NOTED CONTRIBUTORS
TO THE GENTLEWOMAN
Prof Urander Matthews, Sir Walter Besant, linn John Wanatnaker, Mme. Lillian
>Nordica, Miss Mary K Wilkins,
111: i M Want Univ.. fohn Sfrani/i
Miss Agnen R<-pplier. M i;.i C. Bedford, Mrs.
. Julia Ward Howe,'John Strange WTntor, Rev Bdwai I Everett Hale, Dinah Sturgis,
f Mr. Hall Caine Mrs. Mabel RugL Prol Landon Carter Gray, Gen B. P. Tracy.
k Mr. W T. Smedley. M Clu ster A. Lord i>r 1 -n.lv lilac .veil, l>r. Mary Putnam
9 [a h . Madam Sarah Grand, Hon. Chauncy M. Depew T
9 Liliuokalani, Kx-y-:een Hawaii.
, Mrs. Louise Chandler Moulton,
SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS, li.T U
donee. Art. .ire conducted by authorities in their respective i
to the entire family.
Home Dressmaking:, Fashions,
irk. Music. Nursery. Correspon-
and are full of interest
! EXTRAORDINARY OFFER
Probate Judge Foster yesterday Issued
issued dhuGD.r er L.arae Inwm- aolnuuu
a marriage Ileense to Edward It. Champ*
lin and Bessie B. Merrick. MeKinley. Tha
bride 1h the daughter of Judge Merrick I c,torat|Ve tonii
and is well known In this* city, having jnK norvin«> ot
Something *to remember, if you're a
weak and ailing woman—that there's only
one medicine so sure to help you that it
was for years sold under u positive guar-
antee. it's Doctor Plerct 's Favorite Pres-
cription. In building up over-worked, fee*
ble, delicatc women, or In any ' female
complaint" or weakness it never fails
benefit or cure. It's an invigorating re-
jothing or strengthen-
i food, and a safe and
■lived here for a number of years.
J. K. Brown, president of the Interstate
Mortgage Trust company of Parsons
Kansas, who has bf en here, tho guest
of the local agen, W. 11 Spukerlotnnn
of the local agent, VV. II. Spurloek, r -
turned home last night. is highly
pleased with Oklahoma and especially
certain remedy for woman's ills and ail-
ments. It regulates and promotes all tho
proper functions, improves digestion, en-
riches the blood, dispels aches and pains,
brings refreshing sleep, und restores
health and strength.
i«UU'd t >
Oklahoma City Live Stock company wi;'
prirc i; al place of business in t i,.it city.
The comfcmny will buy and sed liv • ^t^ .•k
and haH a capital stock of $50 'mjO The
directors are Anton II. Classen. C h
Bennett, F. M. Riley, and J. L. Wilkins
all of Oklahoma City.
Washington, Dee. 20.—The nouso today I
listened to the first speecil "ii the IIIUli'X.U
tlon of the PhfllpineK, Mi-. Williams, at
Mississippi, .i democratic member of tli<-1
foreign affairs committee, In an hour's
speech, stated his opposition to a jollev
which would bring the hdands under tho
sphere of the I'nlted States influence, lie
contended tiiitt it would be hostile to thn
spirit of our constitution to assume con-
trol over 9,000 000 tin willing subjects, that
annexation would cost us <14U.00o,0'>" .) a
year, tnat tho annexation of the islands
met none of the tests which applied
our past acquisitions of territory and i
would be a mistake from a social, i
cal and material standpoint.
Mr. William's remarks received careful
attention and severaJ times drew aplause !
from his democratic colleagues.
The agricultural appropriation L-.. was ;
passed wthout materhU amendment. It !
carried S.'!.t 96,322, or $180,120 more tnan the ;
NEW ORLEANS RACES.
New Orleans, Dec. 20.—Weather cloudy;
track heavy. •
First race_ 13-18 mile—Timemaker won;
Canova reoond; Hanlen third -.me I jk.
Second race, 1 3-1H miles Hittick won;
Tendress second; Queen of Song third.
Third rare, l'j miles—Dr. Marks won;
By special arrangement \
enabled to make you
The Gentlewoman, one year, - - •
The Weekly State Capital, one year,
DO NOT DESLA1
was so much offered for so small a sum.
Address all orders to
THE WEEKLY STATE
t oh'er, for never before
show that for ti
817,933 acres of w
exclusive of Kay
year 18! 8 there were
at sown in Oklahoma,
ounty, which had the
largest acreage of any of the i
substructure of both b
to Mike White for $11*:,.
Large line of pocket knlve
made. Call on Spencer.
tie beams will
dges has been let
Fourth race, mile—Oath ■
ta second; Applejack third.
Fifth rac«\ 1 mile—Macy wm
: Elgin sec-
J. W. MCNEAL, Pres. A. J. SEAY, Vice-Prsj
W. J. HORSKALL, Cash.
Guthrie National BanL
National Bank Organized in Oklahoma.^
GUTHRIE, - - - OKLAHOMA
ett Ripple third. Time *U1,
MRS. MOORE IN lion-
New York. Dec. 20.—The work
a ui. ! of Mrs Strahan Moore. .
ant w-th her husband. William F. Moore,
convicted of ' badgering1' Martin Muhoa
amlned today live '
both sides. The I
Journed until tomo
alesmen had been ex- utei
ior>« wore accepted by will b<
earing whs then ad-. joy yc
ie diet riot
rhl.i> evening. Dec. 30th.
un will be rendered that
irlrg. t ine out and en-
Adml.ss!*«n cents pel
nts single admission.
LOOK! LOOK' LOOK!
The elites o£ Guthrie wLll give a grand
tad First stree
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 208, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 21, 1898, newspaper, December 21, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc123680/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.