The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 156, Ed. 1 Friday, November 3, 1899 Page: 5 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL: Fill DAY MOttW-.' «, M ) Vi'M IiElt :5, 1 " ">!>.
Oklahoma s Largest Dry Goods
If you are in doubt as to where to trade, follow the
crowd; where they are, yo i will find the bargains.
That is on: reason why we are always busy; another
is, you can get just what you want at the right price
at Ramsay's, of course. ::::::::::
2,000 Yards Mill Remnants.
(all light styles) Outing Flannels, a 9c
7 l-2c a yard
Flannelette Night Gowns,...
for men, women and children, one-half
dozen different qualities, one half dozen
50c to $1.50
for little boys and girls—with these suits
on they won't catch cold if they kick
the bed-clothes off in their s'eep; four
sizes, one price—
Hand Knotted Bed Comforts....
large size, fine Silkoline covered, carded
cotton filled, soft and fluffy, in three
$1.25, $1.48 and $1,98
G. 1,. Phillip was down from Newkirk
L. Lyon was over from Stillwater
Geo. M. Fitch was up from Oklahoma
Ed Shaw ea's at the hotel Royal tnd
registers from New York city.
E. A. Br'nghorst wh- a visitor In tho
city yesterday from St. Louis.
Homes Davidson is over from Chandler
anl 1 registered at the Capitol.
Lieutenant Colonel Hoffman was over
01 from < 'handler yesterday on legal busl-
T. A. Cray'*, W N. Stahl and wife wero
registered at the Royal yesterday from
W. B. Joneg and wife are enjoying the
fall weather in Oklahoma. They arc from
John Hens'ev and T. D. Rush were in
f om Tryon yesterday and registered tit
Tom Deal, formerly of Guthrie. dines
at the Capitol hotel and registers f"om
Mr. and Mrs. Forest II 'Nell returned
to Chandler yesterday after a ten days'
time a: Guthrie.
C T. H iv.iis, H. L. Howe, R R Hurst,
and L. «L. lather* arc a
"Gath" Cigars at Olsoinrcj
U has 'been ten days of pleasure.
Clark'?- Female M nstrel^ arc
Clearing: awav the
the next in order
M il Janio Hap.ir, t* a< :u r of piano an 1
organ. 123 N. lttroud.
Chat, r. Mi;!rt« of BtUIwater vtt It*
sited a notarial commission yesterday.
•y Douglas is arranging
carnival mi the 18th of
show opened t'he li.l and there lay two £>•"<
common red brickba.tR. Our own per- f
sonal safet> compel us to refrain from
giving his name. ! (3)
Tonkawa News: Guthrie will hav" no J'
further use for the weather man. Nev- (•)
er before in her history had Guthrie ^
made swih elaborate preparations for 1
a grand time, hut tho weather man,(a)
•hut one eye arrd seat a showor Ihto t;_
Oklahoma which f> 1 sticktoit'.venc: •
rivaled anything of the kind since the (•)
capital city made her debut into i
Good Things to Eat.
! Ned Cheadle is giving away house-
wives a-s au advertisement for coal. They
I are beautlc*.
! 6 and 2. Lowest farm rate in Oklahoma
i T. A. Raggett over Capitol National
! Bank. Outhrle.
Otto Hanson hn-
a box and theic
will wake up.
i men hypnotised In
telling when they
Gossctt & Daly nt th" Turf Fxehang.*
of fellows I saloon have the finest short order ,oy-
from Stillwater a! i ho "*apltol. step and chilli products In the city.
Mr? Oscar HaNell nnd baby returned
to Oklahoma City yesterday after a few ' The merchant- are well pleased with
dnys visit with Mrs. W M. McCoy. | the carnival trade and n 111 donate large
V 'V McMIllen. one of the substantial I sums for the next year's carnival.
business men of Mulhall was In the •-Ity !
yesterday and did some trading on a large \ There t.a-v a typographical error ir. the
fPfl]r i ileconvttons of Mrs. Willard Slapleton's
Attorney TV. Ti. Barnum of P-.ncn City j carriage. Thry were natural coxoeombs.
was In the city yes t ord a y on legal busi- i ■ ■
nes.«. Re was accompanied by his : The Victor bar ",s the phace for first
w'fo. | class drinks, fljje cigars, good enterta n-
Marshal.- 8hockey ment and a royal time with the boys
' Taylor were squaring up with thr*
ernment yesterday. They reside at
^ I Pa wnee.
■ • A. F. Raker, the nrmilar pa' cr man
,« : from Wrhitn made lv s ronn Is yesterday
' ind talked all day about the pretty parade
- j on Wednesday.
Victor Murdock nnd wife -e turned to
Wichita yer'Tdav nfter a nleasant rl^t i day on their way home on
at the horn.? of Delegate Flynn. Vie re- | Iowa and Sac and Fox Indians.
marked, "that Outhrle beat Wichita on |
TI. F A' lery went out with a party of
j Oh'arlle Renfrow remarked that the trade
1 in Guthrie for the past ten days has
I been enormous onJ that he has been
strictly In It.
| Five hundred Cheyenne and Arapahoe
I Indians passed through the city yester-
vislt to the
tho flower p-arr
Editor Rill AI Id f on of the Lincoln county | prospective purchasers to Iowa < i y
Oklahoma City Times-Journal: Ono
coach load of Oklahoma City people fac i
the raw north wind and left on the ]0
o'clock special for Guthrie. The ladies
were covered with heavy wraps and furs
and the gentlemen had their oveieoa s
buttoned up to the r « : The win* i
wearing apparel did not * ni « <iite ap-
propriate for visitors to a flower paradt.
WON THE MEDAL
At the Final Carnival Shoot of
the Guthrie Club.
„ . sSij
1 fifty single
40 | .
*9 V* *
5: .'<4 4 V
This ends the carnivtal shoot. Shoot
Faurote wonlt to Perry this morning
to try the Perry boy® a round.
Old Fashioned and
Pure Buckwheat Flour.
"Boss" Pancake Flour.
Split Peas and Lima
k u a
N. F. CHEADLE
•on the medal,
at all times.
The best grades of
Always ou hand.
i GEORGE SABINE
. .(lilice cinrt Yards 424 Oklahoma Avenue, Phanc 6 ... . j
. • .«. • • ••• • ••• ••<5>•<• ■••d• •• • ■•••• ••• ■> •>•<§!
() J. W. McNEAL, President A. J. SEAY, Vice-President )
A W. J. QOESFALL, Cashier
Guthrie National Bank
Capital, $50,000.00 ^ Surplus, $10,000.00
I'irst National Hank ortranized in Oklauumv
Guthrie, - - . Oklahoma. \
jt Jt cJ* j* j* **
On the Chyrge of Havinq Been
Intimate With His Step-
ARRESTED, TO-NiGHT'S PARADES
.jnm uumru flora.
Miss Maud Sahine, the 14 year old
leorge Sabine swore
I iut a wan ,int > • si« rday against her
y fathtr char^iiiK li.m a th Htututory
^ i ipe, claim ng tii.it he had been Intl-
I mute with her for over a year. Sheriff
Tlinehart turned the paper
Deputy Jor Runnells who ar
On Account of the Cold Weather,
Also the Masquerade
*■ d. «ue t eat a word
. run .hrre tim*w.
T: if ron alx CiuirM
< i off.
On account of the cold weather, the
iin iu Carnival Knights, Merchants and the
ted him Traveling Mens* parades and masque
BRIG I i r > ,
few i <ir. * i
trade c.ui m
ual prom j<«
in«an of this
MAN WITH A.
ienoe at the printing
teady plaice with us-
, by applying to fore-
r *:. r>'i**
A large stock c
pee the beautiful
Havlland China, i
pride of the laflle
new goods—ca'.l and
■play of the famous
ely decorated, the
A large collection of
up-to-date pocket books, ,-terllng moun d
with iirlces to fult all.
\iso cut v.la--*, diamonds, watehee
jewt'lry of all kinds In new and beautitul
All good, guaranteed. Come In and get
your money's worth.
Democrat was In the city yesterday
checking up some important busings*
nmittrs. He reports that the Chandler
people are all prosperous.
Captain Klltson, representing R hards
& Conover, of Kansas City, attended the
flower parade and did not hesitate to re-
mark, "it excelled Chicago, Kansas City
•and Wichita floweir parade."
II 1^. Miles, yon < f General Miles, com-
rrauder of the army, Is In tho city. He
Is traveling freight agent for the Santa
Fe with headquarters at Wichita. Kas.,
| and he :s the proper stuff for the railroad.
Drury Holt, who ha^l charge of the Cus-
county display, returned home yes-
) , terday w 1! pleaded with the many com-
V j pi rrentB given on the county's ex
(•j hil*:t. There In no question that the ooun-
^ ty will he \dnlted by many people seeking
homes and looetlons.
Tlte Is bringing
a Ixigan county.
FLOWER PARADE PHOTO'S.
Yesterday Messrs. Atkinson & Co., of
Wintlel I, Ku- . purchased « block of
around In Iowa City for an Implement
house, and re-turned home to make ar-
rangement? to move their business here.
The Great Eastern railroad men. Meffsr*.
I*. C. Guns. Henry Asp. W. C. Purclen,
chief engineer and H. L Miles, traveling
freight agent of the Santa Fe drove over
to Stillwater and Pawnee this morning.
Baxter Groffenridge in 1 Laura Royell,
were united in marr'iige yesterday bv
Judge Foster, also Chaa. C. ('line and
Tauten E. Graven, two excellent, clever
couple went before the judge yesterday
and were made one. A license was issued
to Riobert X. Williams and Geneva Hunt
ening at 10 o'clock. Runnel* ball that wen-
found him at his home and v. hen ar-j i,een dec lared <
restenl he had i large dirl knife and a! ...
, ., i oeen put out all
bottle of laudanum. After giving liisj
wife n roll .■< mon.-y li.- >mpiiM d -n ii.-i-i.unt ..f th.- weuiher and It ■
mnty Jail. The pre-1 iiei-ided la > en nlng that they would ^ ^
Jii'lffe ""i auk the people to turn out ri mat*-j " 'v
querade costumts te 'ght while the)
weather continued so cold. The date
of (the next carnival will be earlier In
the season and the people of oklahoma
and the States wiill have an opportun-
ity to sc. the '*big Guthrie Carnival"
in its entire program.
"MEN, OUR ILLUSTRATED CATA-
logue explains how wo tench barber
, ...rur toniffht hav^ ,radi. |r H(rh, w((,ks M<llw
The committee has j Barber College, St. Louis, Mo."
long on their program j —•
WANTED BRIGHT, YOUNG MEN TO
the officer to ti;
liminary trial will be hel
Foster. At the Jail last evening, Mr.
Sabine said: "My arrc- i a mistake
and J will have 'the party arrested that
work -d up the c ase that caused my
VAL IN ISOO,
Early For Next
for the railway mall and postal
her vice i v tmlnation? Salaries from
$>#*) to $2,'**i per year. Position perma-
nent Many hundreds of new appoint-
menu will be made in 1000. Xow Is your
opportunity Addre« at once, enclosing
stamp, INTER STATE CORRESPOND-
ENCE INSTITUTE, Iowa City, la.
WANTED—A GOOD "GIRL FOR GENRR,
n.l housework. Apply 414 East Oklahoma
FOR SALE—Ten R. T. P. A. N. S for 5
cents at drugglsU. one gives relief.
WHITE, The Jeweler.
-all at 123
J. C. Poland I Go.
amount in bulk
time.', as many
•body is looking for
in so many come to
iwerlcs, it's not the
Irely, but in quality
■ margin. The more
ney the more people
you sell thr-
ten per cer
9 Okla,. Avenue.
HOW TO GET PICTURES OF THE
, , j In her teaching,
Mr. North Losey, a former reslden' ie«semis ples^o
of this city secured splendid photos Broad street
f nearly all the vehicles and Hunts
as well as •one general views of th-> Th" FldHty Tiepo^it company 'h-rouRh
parade. Beg nnlng with Thursday their general «uent, II W. Pen eco-r, ox-
•l pht. November 2nd., aamples will he potitel n loud on behalf of Augustus F.
! on exhibition at the postofflee book Rwlft. of Swift Packing <*o., Chicago, to
.store. Get your orders In early. A de- the amount f $48,000 in the matter of
I posit of at least twenty-five per rent, u r, williams a-ttachmcnt pr« - • - Mt -
I will be required n placing orders. The vs A fj pVv ft iMr. Swift has 70.000 head
1 work Is guaranteed to be strictly equal; nf rB|tlp h, the Kiowa and Comanche
I lo sample. reservation
To tho public: Owing to some mis-
l_ike li" Judges of the flower parade
awarded the second prize for one
horse carriage to entry. No. 17. As this
entry was a phaeton it did not come
in the carriage class and the committee
is therefore compelled -to declare the
award void Tf possible the Judges will
be called together to rectify this error
I and award the ►ncond prize to an entry
In th< carriage class.
Then* was another slight error in the
aw ng of the prize for novelty by
girl. As there were < nly two pnzes in GUTHRIE'S FLOW.R PARADE.
this class—one for boy and one for
girl—under the rules the n-wards of the J
FOR RENT -MY RESIDENCE ON CLE
velond avenue. D. T. Flynn.
Mis* Amanda O'Connor late of Chicago,
has located In Guthrie and will receive '
pupils In piano, harmony and musical
analys e Mi t« O'Connor I? a pup:! f Guthrie will hold a carnival .n . >
"NVm H Sherwood and uses his methods r^st night the Carnival committee re
Partes wishing to m. organized by reelecting C. O. Homor Judges will have to be constructed a* IS
president and E. A. Douglas, secretary j follows:
for commencing the work • arly for prize for girl to Norma Hellman: |
next year. Th- time for holding it will, prize for boy to entry No. 24, to I>*«>
probably be th- first week in Septeni- c .rkins
1 :■ I ]nt-• tli• • ' lv< i ;-it:• of tlie i ai-t 'pho c .mm'ttee regrets that these er-
4wo weeks th; fcatur- of the Carnival. r0rs were made >ut under th clrcum-
the flower parade, was a suoc ss and «tan«, s it was impossible f°r the Judg
IX! to Ml lei
Guthtl*. ^ n
'aui o our styles are
orrect and our prlc
> in 21
lower priced sto k «
cannot •• fout.d In the city. Never have ft
we hov.ii su'h a beautiful display of >?
up-to-date trimmed hats for *o little mon- «
ey, comprising a- they do the cholsest an 1 'A
hu udimmest of tbu aea.son. J?
MBS. A. P. SAUNDERS. |
I in both
*3o id 9)
Tho Guthrie Jeweler.
The most vigorous worker* have spells
of "tired feeling" now and then. This
feel in* If caused „by derangement in ihe
Btoma h. 11 v r and bowels A few doses
of FHICK1 1 \sil BITTBifUB onl-kiy
corrects the disorder and send* the blood
tingling through the veins, carrying life
and renewed energy throughout the
has greatly stimulate 1 the - ommitt- "'s
. fforts toward this new move. The
I tloats wh h rept-escti an • xpendlture
| of $5,000 will be pi .served iiy storing
; <hem In some place and then in
spring they will be remodeled and re- |-)>r (
painted. This will be a splendid start mitte
! f..r future pageants, affording an op-.
| portunlty for elaborat
t. mpted by
to avoid mistakes owing to the large
of entries and the limited op-
to inspect them.
of prizes will ieport to Mrs.
A THING OF BUPREM EST
LfiEA I'TY, N< )TW ITH STAN DIN •
Wichita l*Jagle. Thousands of shiver-
ing, cheering spectators lined the prin-
> ipal streets of Guthrie this afternoon
. nd gazed vith admiring eyes upon mq
triumphal parade of Guthrie's carnival
qu-en, Mi s Lillian Laux and her er-
cort. It was a procession gorget^us and
grand, In the opinion of many, sur-
passing even Wichita':; r fiio.i.n d -
•l1** R. W. Ramsay who will issue orders play at the street fair and this too.
order of th- co
IIORNOR, Pn .
i despite the weather, whicih turned aJ-
l most freezing cvdd l<ast night.
ty tn Oklahoma.
part of the committee
1« one in the right direction and will
meet the approval of all.
rustler on i
was in the
N < >T TCE.
All persons 'having bl'll* to present to
he arnt'. al e .mmittee, must hand the
a me to E. A. I douglas, the seoratary
j by 7 p .ni Monday. November 6, in
| order that the auditing committee may
'ruK finish Its work.
city c. O. HORNOR, ITes.
Shawnee Chief: Captain Young and
his soldier boys and mascot Maje' are
home from Guthrie and wear their
honors modestly and like soldiers that
t'hey are. The boys would scrap for
Guthrie arrd (hilf auperfor ofHctra, I
Respect. < onfldence and love for the ™
officers Is the major portion of a i
n«es of the k1 'i
rengthens the IIv
WITHERS cures dls-
Cotinty Treasurer Alt
lahoma county came uj
xander of '>k-
transac.ted so mo
before train time
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
I'nlted States t- Samp Port-
wood pate.it se M sec 21, 17 1 e
I .ilted States to Andrew J. WaU
dron, patent ne \i sec 17, 15 1 vr
UnJted States to Milton Athey
patent nw *4 I3 3 w
United states to IMwln Barrett
paumt, lots 9, sec 1 and lota 10,
11, 1? IS, sec 2 17 1 w
William J. Hna/lford to Lewis J.
and Er nl Hertzel, Jots 3 blk 47
a p t
Tonkawa News: One of the Tonkawa
fellows wtho took In the Guthrie ('nr-
nivuil, ran up against It pretty hard
and it is the most expensive thing he
has encountered since he left Iowa. A
fellow hail a box with «a hole In It and
proclaimed that he -had the only gen-
uine free show In town, a red bat fr sh
from the Philippines The I..wan want-
ed to see it <and the man with the free
I-i ^A. FIN S
Let us save you some money on your Harness, Saddles, Robes,
Blankets, Whips and all kitds of Saddlery Goods, Harness
made to order and repairing a specialty, (iiV6 US il trial.
1 18 HARRISON AVE. FINNEY, THE HARNESS MAN.
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