The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 28, 1899 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL: Sl'VlHT MOItVIY 1, >fVY:!S, 18! 3.
Open. High. Low. Today. Y.Day.
nfluencca ny l
a-d Loa-t .
CORN 0P£NtU ami I'_LLINLD.
Hot KnoiiKli Cattle to Make a Market.
—Values KO to OO C'entM lllKhn
for the Mfik. lion* IIl it*|«
u. d 5 C'entM Higher
75 .s 75
IK 4 w*
P< IRK -
8.15 S 22
J u; y
4 >0 4.75
ST. LOUIS WIN.
Chicago Beat Washington in the Sixth
By Marvelous Playing.
BOTH TE/rAS PLAYED LOOSELY.
Rik' Iikki Tt
Princu of M
Corn: July ..
j Wheat: July
New York. Ala; 27.—Flour receipts
19.306; exports 14,38u; dull but steadily
Wheat receipt* 245,160; exports 79,547.
Spot steady. No. 2 red oo;S*; spot and No. j
2 red Su->4 elevator; No. 1 Duluth >
b afloat to arr(ve; options opened easy in
response to big spring wheat r«'<«.
lower English ruble*. Later they rallied
on covering particularly among May
short*, closing tti.it option • cent* higher
against '* vent decline in oiner months.
May 81Vs<ft$2, closed *2; J111 y 7!'-V"30>/ ;
September 7v'v. closed 7'J; December 7K
Chicago, May 27.—WHEAT—No. 2 red
76<#<77 cents; No. •! red 7-u.> cents; No. 3
hard winter 71fri72 cents; N > hard w -
LouiftVlllf aud~>ew York Stood O to
l>. st. Louin 3, Detroit <>. other
CiaiueM and ICaccN in .\ew
Vvrk autl Ki Me where.
Bstaca third. Tim
Third race, Exp<
and ore half furi-
won; Vukain sec.
hourne third. Tmo :55V
Fourth race, the H • >■ .. % i h
one and one fourth m l — . Ra:ii>
Lanky Bob second; Fili^-ane
Time J:0t 1-4.
Fifth race, five "urlongs; s.'v. 3.
won; Manvilla sei >nd, 1. u Slic
third. Time 1:« 3.
Sixth rati, sle.nl -- i • i i ilcio, \
two miles. Govern, r I. . M \<n . >
second; Col. Burtiett third. Timi 3- •)
i' it . )|t} :m Th • n t : >f «rir
Issued etringent or.lers that • ofl
Iflther in civilian i u itom >r in unlfi
j shall frequent
hearing of the
THE JOE HOOK KH POST AND
Memorial services will be held next Sun-
day evening in Macedonia church by Joe
j Ho lu r Post Comrads and Joe Hook-r
: Circle Ladles of the Q. A. R. and all Post
lej lonirmls and all I'trtlu Sifters .mil olrt
soldiers' families are invited to take part
ro a? 3 oclork p. m. S. rm by Rev. Allen
of the M. E. church, and on Tue «lay the
3uth ii.Mant, Decoration servli s will be
Veld in the District court i m and will
« onvene at JO o'clock a. m U v. tS. onrn
master of ceremonies
a v. a r so
i. 1 northern
o. 2 northern
3 spring «y®73
Corn receipts- 282,750; exports 85,192.
8pot easy; No. 2 39 Vi elevator, 4"'i deliver-
ed; options opened easy giid further de-
cllne under liquidation. Later rallied with
wheat and closed steady at :i partia •*
cents decline. May 3i"4 cqseil 39 Vi; July
closed Jd.a; September 38Vj, closed
Oats receipts 407.200; exports 96.S28. Spot I^
dull; No. 2 3*; No. 2 white 33Vi: No. 3 CORN
White 32; track mixed western ^1*3.
options dull and easy.
' |73\fi74% cents; N.
CORN-No. 2 32
cents; daricg JutfiltS cents.
EGGS—Stead. Fresh 13 cents.
1'oi'LTRY—Dressed: Ducks sfaS1..
turkeys 11 cents.
6t. l ouis, May 27 St. Louis won a sen.
itn 'Ml contest in the *. nth Inning today,
i Tcb au and Bi.-kett an I a
mm lice by Sieusc. won the game.
on:i and Keunetdy pitched in
erin. Stensil made a four bagger
lit th with Curk tt on second.
the Dreyfus trial an
fore the court o«f as
lede and M. Marce
of provoking offensi
Ity of the state u
the trial be-
Paul Den u-
i elevator 7G cents; track
cents; July 7x«4ff, ^ cents
cents bid; No. 2 hard 74
Chicago, May 21—'There was not enough -'"'v -3St cents
cattle received today to make a market j b'1'-
Higher. No. 2 cash 33
track 34V*' -5 cent*; May 33 cer
32 Vi cents bid; September 32'i con
iS—Lower. No 2 cash -ti cents
track 26<&26Vfc cent*; ..lay - cents asked
; Septemb^ 20' < t.
and prices ruled nominal.
There "was a lively deman f< r hogs
and prices ruled stronger with some lots KANSAS
selling a 2V* cents higher. Fair choice Nansns
sold at 3.80©3.95; heavy packers 3.50^/3... cents; September
mixed 3.ti0fc3.8U; butchers 3.65(^3.87'-; light j 2'hard 68(f/G9 .-nt s; N
3.60<8>882V4; pigs 3.30<y3.7U. U red 75<ij77 cents; No. 3 71*/74 e- ti
The .small supply of sheep was quickly j CORN July 2ft'H cents; Septembc
disposed of at recent pprlces. Sheep sold'cents; cash No. mixed o. cents; No. :
ffat 2.75®4.25 for culls and interior lots up|white 31^031% cents; No. 3 80V&O31 cents.
, cents; cash No.
65<U >8 cents; No.
3 71 Co74 cents.
to 4.75*15.30 for prime droves. Yearlings
5.30<Jf-5.75;; clipped lambs 4.Zo. —.
Receipts cattle 200; hogs 20,..<j; sheep
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
Kansas City, May 27.—Cattle receipts 120.
Supply too light to make a market, few
cattle offered today selling at unchungea
prices. Trade for -week brisk, va ues are
20 to 4f tents higher. Heavy native steers
brought 5C<to.3u; medium steers 4.SOlfcf.;
light weights 4.60fi".15; stockers and
feeders 4.75®i'5.5(i; butcher r^\\< and heif-
ers S.25fa5; t inners 2:.. butcher bulls
3.2594.40; we.i.rn steers Vn'o\ Texas d.70
Hog receipts 4.400; trade brisk; pack-
ers grades selling avetlve at strong prices
Butcher (irfelghts 5 cents higher. Hetv"y
8.6B03.75; mix.'.I 3 75; light 3.. '</
3.65; pigs firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheep receipts 131. Light supply quickly
B.email@example.com; wool lambs .j; cllppeu lambs
5.60Q6.65; muttons 4.5095.50; ewes
4.75; feedelng sheep and lambs 6.50Qo; culs
OATS- No. 2 white .281/29 cents.
RYE—No. 2 59 cents.
HAY-Choice timoth $,s.50J? D.Q0; choice
Bl'TTER—"Creamery 15 cents; dairy
Si. Louis .. .
I.OS A NO ELKS AND RET' 'RN,
VIA SANTA FE RCH'TF
Tickets sold at this rate are g 'O
Ing and return via. Albuquerque
Rarstow, rettirn'ng via San h ran
Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver, Col
| Springs and Pueblo, or viee versa; <
ing vi i I)en\ r. Color id Springs, P
Salt Lake City. Ogden and San Fran
000130OS 1—7 io*|«nd roturnlng same route. For sllgl
1 1 0002 2 00—ti 3 31«I it lonal charge, passengers n;.iy go >
public singing a v.ar song and prayer by Re
on of|ts«h;e Burdett. Music by the band J
Post comrades ami Clrclew of the G.
R. are invited to take pert.
Bv order if J. e Hook< r Post No. 12 at
Pi r Frai 1 Ion Boat t !omm 1 1 r
Mrs. Miriha Nichols Circle pre--.id« nt
Cftmmft.ci* and speakers wiil be giv
NOTICE TO CPSTOMER8
Mr.W II Morse, the jev-brjinan. h
been seriously t.i. k with heart tn-nb'. f
'rlger; Kennedy and Far
MINNEAPOLIS 0; INDIANAPOLIS 6.
Minneapolis, May -7 -Score:
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 0 0—0 5 3
Indianapolis 0000 2 013 h5\:2
Hutchinson and Fisher;
KANSAS CITY ti; OLI'MBCS 5.
Kansas City, May 27—Score:
c k 1 City 00306110 —n 7 1
■ 1 tnd Wilson; Waddell and Bu< k-
St. Paul, May 37-
Denser and Spies
5: DETROIT G. .
... 03000000 0—3 10 2
. ".00 1 00 0 0 0—6 1G 1
; Fr.skcr and Ryan.
turn via. Portland.
Tickets on sale June 25 to July R, In-
clusive. Final return limit September
Liberal stopover privileges in each di-
Particulars and Illustrated descriptive
'. A., Topeka.
literature may be had
123.1ft COLORADO SPRIN'OS AND RE-
TI'RN $23.10, VIA SANTA FE.
A low rate for an early vacation.
Tickets on snle May 11 and 17. bearing
limit of June 15. Particulars may be had
on application to A J. COR KINS.
LOCISVILLB NEW YORJv 9.
T.oiilsville, May 27—Both ■ teams p1ay«d
nut batted the Colonels. The home teirn
had three men on bases in the ninth in-
ning but could not score. Score:
Louisville 00 3 2 000 1 0—6
New Yo.'i 24002001 0—9 121
Dowlln.i and Klttredge; M ;eking and
CHICAGO 5: WASHINGTON 1.
Chicago, May 27—Chicago today won in
t ie sixth when Dinecn was h t f ir four
: ingles and a double, two steals and
'ire er.-o,- counting for five runs. Th
marvelous catches by Green w re the
on;, features of the Istess game. Score:
Chicago 0 0 0 rt 0 5 0 0 —5 7
Washington 0 00 0 00 00 1—1 6 I
Grlffetii and Don 'hue; Dineen and Mc
GOOD MEALS AT RKtll'LAR HOI'RS.
Meals must be satisfactory nr traveling
Is unlnjoyable. The Santa Fe Route
prides itself on its system of Harvey din-
ing rooms and lunch counters Th'^re
aro none better. Breakfast, dinner and
pupp?r are served at convenient intei-
vals. Amplo time given for nil meals.
* J CORKIN8,
EGGS—Fresh 11 cents.
New York. May 27.—Co ion—Spot closed
steady. Middling uplands 6,* cents; gulf
6',4 cents; sales 94 ba.es.
New York, May 27.—Cotton—Futures
Iopened quiet and stealy. June July
J5.SS; August $5.9"; Sept. $5. So; October
$5.90; November $5.90; Decern ' $5.94;
I January $5.98; February $6.01; March $6.05; i htM nfr- Duffy's batting and Stafford'.:
(April $6.<18. fledldlng were the only reatures Score*
' Futures closed quiet; May $5.<56; June^■( Cincinnati 0 0 200 00 0 0—2 7 :>
$5.84; July $5.86; ugust $5.oo; September ^io*ton 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 0 0—8121
$5.84; October $"-.S! ; November $5.90; Dec-
ember $5.94; January $5.98.
$2310 DENVER AND RETT'RN. $23.10
VIA THE SANTA FE ROT "TH
Tickets on sale May 1G and 17. Good for
return unMl June 15. 1R?!>. Pullman sleep-
ers and free chairs through Berths r#-
served, baggage checked and tick® a
sold by A. J. CORK INS.
and would also fnfoi
are all sicurely lortced in h
Vandervoori, his 1 hysfcian, •.
is improving rapidly a d \
able to attoi d to tho wants
Is a cooler season than that of the
M ddle or Ess tarn .Sra;.s or the At-
Tak. yotJr outing there this year. Re.
duced rate-, with choice of retuni
routes and long limit of tick' :s, will
be made by the Santa Fe Route at
the time of the N. E A. Convention
at Los Angeles In July,
A.J CORK INS. Agent,
The Atchison, Topeka and ..a Fe,
GUTHRIE, O. 1.
CIN( INN ATI 2; BOSTON 8.
Cincinnati, May 27—Boston took t
third game from thf> Red* by superi
ST. LOCIS GENEliA.L.
St. Louis, Ma 27. I'^lour firmly held.
Dry salt meats boxed Shoulders
1.37*5; extra shorts 5; ribs 5.12V4
Bacon boxed shoulders 5.12'-
shorts 5.50; ribs 5.621; shorts 5.87V*.
Receipts flour 3,000; wheat 2u,000; corn
45.000; oats 10,000.
Shipments flour 6.000; wheat 19,0.0; corn
19,000; oats 10,000.
NEW YORK MONEY.
The following prices on poultry are quot-
ed by Jean Redfearn and are >ubject
to change to conform to general markets:
shorts j ,,f'ns Gc
j Springs 12*i 16
Young cocks, each 15
' Hides, G. S ure 6f(i.
Old Cocks each 10
Young Turkeys 6
Young Tom Turkeys 6
Old Tom Turkeys 6
Hides, nry 8S10
Hen Turkeys 7
Eggs, per dozen s
New York. May 27.-The Financier says:
The surplus revenue of the New York
clearing house banks is now higher than
reported for eleven months, tho gain of
$9,302,800 for the week en^.ng May 2. hav-
ing swelled the total to $43,933, . 1 he.
feature of the current exhioit is the re-
duction of lT"1^ millions in loans and ae
contraction of 12 2-3 mi. —ns in deposit.
Resedve requirements by reason of the
heavy deposit change, were reduced by
thre m.-aons and over, anu this, added
to the six millions gain in cash, raised
the excess funds in anks mute t .an
nine millions. Taking the Known oper-
ations of the week as a basis, toe greater
part of the cash expansion shou.w be
attributed to interior movements, but
this is mislead.ng. The National City
bank, for instance, which figures prom -
Tient in the statement, reports a gain of
more than nine millions in cash, nearly
all in gold. Its loans are down sixteen
milions and deposits nearly seven mil-
lions. This is probably duo in part to op-
erations connected with the financing of
the amalgamated copper subscriptions.
The interesting feature disclosed is that
Whereas tne banks as a whole have gain-
ed enormously, the reserves ne ma-
jority of the institutions do not vary
much from those of tho previous week.
In other words, the gain in cash has
been made by a few banks. It is incor-
rect. however, to say that this is act-
ually the rase, for the supply of money
held by nearly every financial institu-
tion in New York is much An exces
demand. Considered broadly the state-
ment Indicates a prolonged period of
easy rates. One factor which is attracting
some attention is the condition of the
sterling exchange market. T ere is a pos-
sibility that with a cont.nuei p ling up
'ci money here and a falling in rates, in-1
Iternational credits cannot ue operat
advantage, and actual exports f
may follow. The >>n'y th ng mat can we 1
prevent such an occurrence is in the j Song
maintenance of money here at something j Address 01 the d*ay
nbove tlie level prevailing abroad j Song service.
■Whether this can be ■! ne depends largely j Benediction.
on a re\ it 1 -
certain, however, that lor every dollar I Perry is raising a fund for
In gold whic h may be lost this .-eason a [Fourth <.f July celebration
greater number will ue rained from 1 chants are re.-ponding with
fcurupe iu the tail. j lr >ni $2 to $10.
. .3 50
pa and ivit/.. Lewis an 1 Bergen
Mt'ST TAKE FATHER CLUSE.
St. Louis May 26. —Bishop Jennsen has
given the p.iri .honers of S-. Patricks
church In East St. Louis three days m .re
in which to accept Father CI us
ST. LOT*IS RACES.
St. Louis. May 27— Flrct race
I<ings. Mystery won; Ransom
Mamie G. third. T me 1:35',2.
Second race one and three sixteenth
miles Muskalonge won; Chancery see nd;
Eva Rice, third Tim 2:04.
Third race one mile ■find seventy yard-
Lee Bruno war Be True second; P.ed
Pirate third. T me 1:17.
Fourtn race, one m le and s venty ya v'«?
Marplot won; t'b try Leaf second; Lady
Callahan t'.-'rl Time 1:49.
Fifth race, fiv furlongs, The Conqueror
won; F. W F5-rde secind; Aberda'.o
third. Time 1
Sixth race, iix and one half furlong.--
Sorrow won; L.o- ng Cup second; Anlrs
Seventh vice, seven and one h. !f fur-
longs; Duke of Baden won; Kls Mc sec-
ond; Osric third. Time 1:35.
CI NCI N N AT I RAC ES.
Cincinnati. May 27—A crowd larger thar*
that >f Derby day turivd out to ser tar
sport at Latonla today The weather w.i«
dtdightful and the track fart.
First racK 7 furI6ws. Allie Bell won
Albert Yale second; Hanlon third. T mc
Second race, f o'r and on.- half furlong
Miss D 'd'• won; Isab nda second; Prlnce«a
Thyre) third. Time .'•6.
Third race, one mile. Dudley E. wm
Prosecutor second; Tappan third. Tim>
CONFEDERATE VETERANS REUN-
ION, CHARI.rSTON, S. C, MAY
For the above occasion wo will b« '1
round trip tickets to Charleston. S. C.,
St rate of $26.90. Tickets on sale May 7th
• r.d -ih, fir.al return limit May 24. ISM |
Continuous passage in feach direction '
A. J COR KINS.
Ag. n* Santa Fe Route.
to go on
Tho summer cliniatn of Southern
California Is dei.^ntjful. Go there
and Bee the great wonders of th"
West ^ n route. Low round trip rat« s
will be made late in June and arly
In July by the Santa F.- Route, with
liberal privileges, choice of return
routes, and long limit.
Btnd for particulars.
A .T. CORK INS, Agent,
Tho Atchison. Topeka anu 8an!a Fs,
Guthlre, O. T
Ih very little liinnpy to spend for a thoroughly relia-
bio Suit of Clothes ftt our Store, li is n auin to jay
for the unreliable sort. Ii does seem strange that some
people are 60 inditferent as to where they buy their clothes.
The chances art- that they think one store's clothing is as
good as another. Now there is where we beg to clitfnr.
There is an much difference between our Clothing and
others as there is between day and night. The difference
is this: W1 * handle only thoroughly reliable, absolutely
All-Wool fabrics, Most of our styles are exclusive. We
know tho tailorings in all our garments is far superior to
any other make, because wo have control of the famous
Which is thp best tailoring and mr?t depcndp.blo in the
world. You can rely upon the fact that any garment you
buy horo will tit you perfectly, or, we will not Bell it to you.
An ill-tilting garment of double fabric and pa** tailoring
in not cheap at any price.
Our $10.00 Suits
Are worth twice tho price of ninny offerings at oilier stores
at $10.00. Never have we bIiowu a larger or more exclu-
sive range of refined styles at $10,00. The tailoring
throughout is equal in every detail to High-Class Merchant
Tailoring. We want you to see those garments to fully
appreciate the true worth of our statements.
Remember we sell the Best at the Lowest Prict
Levy's Bee Hive
national baptist anniversar-
ies. portland, ore. tacoma,
wash , June, 2-5, 1S!W.
For the nbove occasion tickets will b
sold to above points at one fare f°r
round trip plus $2.no. Dates of sal<\ M.ty
is. 16. 17, and 18. final return limit July
lf>th. 1K*0. Call on A. J. Corkins, agent
for further particulars.
The Ladies of the Baptist church will
ho d a market next Saturday, May 27, at
t*he store of Mr. Barrett.
' "The parishioners
| will accept Father
said Bishop Janr>s
' none o lier
of I lWJ.
e- | Song
a e rjuertette
Par men Ian
Fifth race, on
Sixth rice, sev
won: Tlllle W.
third. Time 1:28V
five furlonus St. Ivor
ond; Lieut. Gibson
n furlongs Ron.
i Summit Vie
i Reading or<
in-'| coin's addres
old li' -nation—"Emil
ut of the d< ,td comrade
Rev. It. E. McBride
The m* r-1 T me 1 14
NEW YORK RACES.
New V ik. May 27—The 13th
of the Brooklyn handicap was an upset
but not so gr at as it has been in othe
years, when a rank outsider was the w.
ner for in spite of the good work dot.'
by Banastar and the fast t me In hi
races this sprin-T, he was not as muj
fancied as he should have been, and u
won all alone. Lucky Bob was second
and the favorite Flllgrane could do n
third. The perfect weather
•eat crowd to the track. Tha
owd was est!mat i at fully 26.000.
The oth-T stake on the card
cpertitl"*i for 2-year olds at four and
e half furlongs .His Royal Highness,
iuh rrv ng top weight was made a
favorite it odds on, but R kk T kkl
vi upset all -calculations by winning by
no -l< in .i niive from Vub-tln who was
• i b for Prlnc« of Melbourne, third,
'irst race, ix furi"ngs. Armament won
rmorant .-rcond; Dr. Parker third.
1899 Bevel Gear
Committ. on Expenditures in the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, House of Repre-
Washington, D. C., March 2, IMS.
POPE M'F'G CO.,
Gentlemen: Unsolicited, I d<:>-r.' to add
my testimonial to th«- excellent qualities
of the chainless wheel.
Having ridden several hundred mll*a
during the lasr two months I find it un-
excelled In every respect. It is decidedly
the best wheel I have ever ridden.
CHARLES W GILLET.
(Congreeman from New York'State.)
For every purpose. In all kinds of
weather, ever, deep mud, slush or snow,
it meets every requirement and gives the
IT HAS NO CHAIN.
PRICE LIST OF OUR WHEELS.
Columbia, ChalnYss J7".00
Columbia, ISftfl Chain Wheel jn.oi
Columbia. No. 45 and 49 40.00
Hartford, 18f 9 Models 35,00
Vedettes, ISM Models. . . 25.00
(The Best Cheap Wheel in the Mark- t.)
Fay, 2t)-!nch boys wheeel 22 00
F. B, LILLIE & CO.
Drug, Book and News Depot.
GUTHRIE. O. T.
Special Millinery Sale
You will find Mi'linery prices hzrz less than manufacturer's cost.
Y01 will find trimmed hits priced here less than any other house
in thicity. You will find Sailors, Flowers, Ribbons and Hats
priced here that will make competitors sick and sore at heart—we
know no cost, we fear no consequences, our only end in view is
to reduce this sto:k.
in better t
Second race, one and on s.xteenl'
1 miles. Bannock won; f£irkw d aeooud
| Cures Impotency, Night Emissions and
th"! diseases, all effects of self-
abuse, or excess and indis«
hlood builder. Brings the
pink plow to pale cheeks and
restores the fire of youth.
By mail50c per box: <1 boxes
for $2.5G; with a written guaran-
tee to euro or refund the money.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton A. JacKser sts.. CHICACO, ILL.
H N. W&ilace, Drvgglst, Guthrie. (k TL
Trimmed hats worth $2.00; trimmed hats
worth $2.25; trimmed hats worth $° .•" ;
tr'mined hats worth $27... -r mmed hats
YOUR CHOICE THURSDAY. $108.
Trimmed hats worth $.°,.2.*.; trimmed hats
worth $S.trimmi I hats worth $3.00;
trimmed h«ts worth $4.00
YOUR CHOICE THURSDAY $2.ns.
Trimmed hats worth $5 L'".; trammed h.it^
worth $4.50; trimmed iiats worth 44."5,
trimmer hats worth $.">.00
CHOICE THURSDAY.$3 08
A LINE OF WHITE SAILORS.
That sold at ?!! and 50c.
DURING THIS SALE A'P :
These ribbons ar- from 3 to fi in he/
vide and would ordinarily retail at jo
o 6.">c per yard, in Dresdens, Mot-
es. Taffeta and Fancy Ribbons "f qv j-y
iesrription. On next Thursdiv we shall
dace the entire assortment on sale at
YOU R CHOICE AT
A collection of lawns In colors and
white, printed and plain, fu; shirred
YOUR CHOICE AT 25c
Thursday w- will p! i<v on
r.f Knox Sailors in tho ne
end Plain Straws with tin?
minute Lavender ban.Is. Sailo
are being priced in some mi
at $2.50 and in others at $3.0
bliant prices eithi r. We ■ 11
I like theso
ii ry sh ips
THURSDA Y MORNING AT 'IL-.
ROUGH STRAW SAILOR.
titf K:.. x shape, always sold as
s $1.00 each.
THURSDAY AT Hi.
Tr mmed hats worth $.V
worth $.">.r.0; trimmed h
trimmed hats worth •"
worth $t?.25; trlmnnfl hat
trimm. d hat.-j
is worth fl.T.S:
worth $ 5.50
*E THURSDAY $1 rS
Children's Fancy Bra'd Hats in a var-
iety of styles and shapes
DURING THIS SALE ISc.
Children's Fancy Braid Leghorn hats
would be chcap at 50 '.
DURING THIS SALE 21c
COLORED LP;GHORN HATS.
Choice of 50 Ladies and Children's col-
ored Leghorn hats, no matt' r wha: tho
former price was
YOUR CHIOCE THURSDAY AT 3c
Sale Begins Monday, May 29 and Lasts all Week
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 28, 1899, newspaper, May 28, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc123814/m1/3/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.