The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 257, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA 8TATE CAPITAL: THVRHDAY MORNING. MARCH 1. 1000.
The State Capital.
By the State Capital Printing Co.
FRANK H. OR BR, Bditor.
HIIOILO hi; TWO towr.XTio.vh.
Th< foreign newrpajperu th«tt pr'nt
Fl>ec'al Oklahoma odbtlontf for 'tha pur-
pose of iimputtin# their " en'terpriae"
upon tho people of Ok'ahonm—print-
ing o/oout half a column of alleged
new* its special l/a*t, 'have irot up an lm-
1 aplnaJ Ive controversy over whether the
republican party would have two con-
r. ventLor* or one, for '".toe nomination of
.60 delepratea to Philadelphia and a <lele-
.15 gate to eon<crrcsf^ There foreUKTi papers
•M have made up their minds that there 1a
to l e but one convention.
The republicans of ihln * err lory,
'brouab their county Pomm!M e.'me n
wt'l govern t-hfn matter ;«nd we d« '
not think Wioy have omy dei«1re to d->
as they d'd In '9? Therv we had a
"md-winter" convention* At tbat
time we made a p'atform- iAflt^r the
raatfonnl convent* «n m^t we found our
p1ntPr>nm d!d not fl'f—ar.d we had to
Sfo before the peojrte revto'nj <iajrne'v<'s.
The question of the whereabouts of ! The canvfep for delegate to oonj^re*
Aguinaldo Js an InlereatKnig one. He | was long drawn out ajrod resulted In
may be on the way to "this country tto ,
Jotn his Boy-ton conferences. The result In *96 was tfho only lesson
t t^e republic am a ihould rv*«d to conv nee
ITp to the present time the rfity of therm that 'the time to make a >tprri-
Farfs bns not been turned Into a pa-nic (torlal piriform and tf.wn rralte a dele-
Daily one year by mall
Dai y f\x months by mail
Dally three mon hs by mail
Da ly one month by mall
One week by carrier
Weekly one year &
Weekly six monrhs . — &
No subscripting taken for three, six,
or twelve months In towns where wc
have the carr'er syntem.
Address—S ate Capital Printing Com-
pany, Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Tho Pepaun Indiana plate glow trust
haa gone t'o pieces. At thi# iv)>te 'it wlli
nrVi be long until -the rich will ■mistrust
trusts' more than the poor.
Now is the time to take freely our valuab'e PRE-
SCRIPTION NO. 20. This medicine will put your liver
and kidney in healthy condition and keep them there.
When this is done have no fear of disease. Price, 35c,
Tilt EAGLE DRUG STORE,
EDWARD NICHOLS, Prop.
! favor of organising a company of mil-
| tla in Woodward. Hs idea c to give
! one-half of the company to Woodward
and the other ha'f to Aha, Woodward
. have the captain, and Alva nvo
I lieu'! , nants or vice versa- This Is a
great opportunity for our boys and
they should go after It.
i Weatherford Democrat; Mr. Gona b)t-
temp ed to start a lire n the stove <at
the residence of W. O. Oxford, one
morn itfi la.-t week, and by inialiiaJco
I used gasoline for coal oil. Mr. Cora
I> still a'iveii but considerably difflfiur-
ed. He ho# no eyebrows or eytJair-h-CR.
HI* ba r is much shorter than it was,
and noMitog left of his bear&kln coat
except the skin. He rxpcctod no er?t
married Koon, but I "he wedding has been
by the can'ng of the editor of the Fig-
oairo by Cout Boni Castellane.
Three warships are lornr1 Vorn
•the Philippines They *> needed
It here. They are no<t ■rfh'v.i -omlng
frame for tho hniW-ihiperiali^ta
In bfa m!ad way, Tillman sometimes
tells the truth. The otiher diaiy !he ad-
m'lt'ted that the deimocnats of the south
Mometimes resort lo fraud and murder
to attain their object. |
The ivpubllfcan paTty of Sptaln, now
that the country b'af* lost the Wand to
the crown- are urging Cuban Independ-
ence. I't lis the old human trait of al-
ways meddling wi th mtttkers fuT'thwt
removed- from home. I y
ChUcago is actually petulent over
Kansas City getting ("he democratic
Convention. Chiciago 'Was not a mas-
cot to ithe democroltls party latft cam-
paign. What greater ciafcn® has Chi-
cago than Kansas City? |
The French are -not foot-ball pfcvyerr
In place of- tfhnt: t hey (have a way of
periodically overthn-winig tlhe nVin'fttry
•ttrat makes a good mibritllhiftle. The
French ministry s one of the most
privieged games, in Framre.
The Porto Tt1<an« are getting Aim'erl-
<«an'zed Five hundrt1*! workmen who
were getting three cenitu an ihour are
demand rig Ave oertts. They com-p'aiTi
4hs': they have to work from sunrire to
sunset for 30 cents a day.
A M ts'. iuii counterfeit maker of sil-
ver dulVrrs when caught, d<*fled anyone
to ntake better doHairs tihan he. Mr.
Pryan «<hould get him In h's c^umpajgn,
ns a practical 1llus>tTatlon of a ohna>
•and alt -the safme time, a good dollar.
Tt Us just barely poWhTe one of tfie
chief t ausfs of 'the dyin^r out of the ex-
treme a n't 1-imperial m \ the fattt that
the *ade of the American F l:t>ino pubv
11 cation® 'hasro d«"cnni!*-d tha>t it hardly
pays to «ay anything more for the pub-
lic benerfVt, i ' Uj
Representative Curtis of Kansns Is alt
•work on a bill whfdh wt'"1 t>e ihe fore-
runner of a policy of a^lmilatlOn to-
ward the Indian Tertl'itfory. It 3s under-
wood t>hat the measure isi dealgrw^d to
Hi vide the territory Q-nto oounlb'es,
making fn all about twenty-elgrht
gate fo rongTese Is after the >nAgonal I y
ctendWates are put In 'the field ami iihe V
na'tionaJ platform has bepn promulgat-
ed. Of emirse, there are *rf rta"n fixed
prlncp'e* of republficaroirtra will oh ate
never departed from, but I'lhe repub-
lican is a prograssiivo paPty—-keeps
abreast with tiho times—and the time
to determine what new irsues- <irc
taken up by the parly and how Hhey
are to be treated, 1s at the national con
vent km. The territorial conventual#
can safely make a platform, and be in
harmony with Vhe progress ve prin-
ciples of the party, only after the
nation ail convention has spoken.
There l« another reason why there
should be two conventtonft There
should be no mi'xin* of the rivalries
for delegates to Philadelphia and the
nocnilna! Hon of tho delegate -to congress
The two are distincti ve matters. The
have no concern whatever with eadh
other. The ■eleotlbni of dnegates i«
but prefurrct1onj\ Tt will have nio re-
lation to 'the norm'nation of a presM«m-
tal candidate, except that these HleVe-
gates will *s&i4t In pass'ng through *he
formal ty of Tem>m1natlng Wtllfaim Mo-
Klnlej* «nld rln selwitlmg a vlce-pre«i -
dentlal nom'lnee; hut the Philadelphia
pfa'tform w ll govern the repub'i
Oklnhomla, as well na of all the states
of the unloni
Our territorial platform mirst be In
hamony *w th the Phllad'e'phia pittfonm
The day of zf'gzag platforms on repub
ttcanlsm 's parsed. The financial ques-
tion i settled and set dead to the wa-tls-
fa'ct on of the enfre nation. It is
poe*slb> that Oklahoma ot>uld make a
plaform very easily wh'bh wou'd com-
port with t'he Phlade'ph a platform on
the (Inanicial question. But there nr'*
other Issues wh'eto are unsettled; 1 ke
''he Phlllpolnes and other great new
problems. These are the ones wheh
can ndt be definitely settled upon unt l
parsed on In the national cantvemti >n,
and the republicans of Oklahoma w II
be wise If they await tho enunclaton at
Ph tadelpihte. before "hey meet In con-
tlon to form the p'atform upon whioh
out territorial nomnee «u>d the mmn-
neea of the various counties will stand
iPut there Is no controversy on th's
subject—-except In the rrtfnds of a few
itinerant newspaper reporters repre-
sent ng lourwais thab have no part In
•"he pol tlics of Oklahoma, and write
"opinions" pursly for commercat pur-
poses. As faT as we h' tve l>een able
~ to dacover, an <the leadiing republicans
A. E. Stailnvpi'K the man who T.unt are ,n fawr <ir u,0 ,lnJ
Kansas City, P«l-burg and Gulf. | «,!oU the tterHior'al coaimUtra
has now la hand a ochemie to build a
transcorvtlnem ial line to Topolob* mi>o,
! BARGAINS IN
JEtVELERV AND CM3NA. |
1A/E have thousands of Holiday
I * novelties to sell at a bargain—
stock that we do not wish to carry
C. W. WHITE, The Jeweler.
f AT WllKKLliK'S I
Our Premium Brands
arc Our Pride.
f Ham Loaf,
DRUG STORK# GUTIIRII5 \>KLA.
► « @^<3>•<§>*<*
convening of the legislature just end-
ed, further 'tinkering war expected
wth the tax law, interrded «to Impose
specal burdens on foreign cay!1 tal. The
Wll d'd not pass, and ithe busnes* men
of Texas are rejoicing. They see an
era of prosperity and expansion that
has long been kept bock by all k nd3
of threatened legislation against ca.p-
1 W. J. Lowe, a missionary In China.
As a nefghn*>r of Oklahoma the ex- ' writes a long letter, printed inIjhe H n-
pans'on of Texas has much to do with nf,as> Clipper.
•the Iferritnry. The projected lines of
A fln'ail dec'slon will be rendered in
the OMage tax case- Match 10.
Aect>rdimg "o the Nfifws Frank T^son
is making a very popular deput agent
j at ULpley. ^ |
Mexioa l^he Tne will begin from Kan-
sas Cfty and extend throoigth Kansas,
OWshoma and New Mexico. 'Mr. Stil-
well has proven htmfcelf a man capable
f such gigantic undertakings.
The senate has parsed the hill pro-
dding for the appointment of an ad-
ditional United States commi «oner In
the mor hern judlo al dlsltrlot of the In-
dian Territory. It authorizes the ap-
pointment to be made by the Judge of
the United States court, the eomml/s-
• oner to be permanently located at
Wewoka, Seminole ration.
'W .H. Rassinpton, a man of sena-
torial Cmber in Kansas poflltScs, has left
the demo-pop forces «nd Joined the re-
publ'oams. He is d'Wgunted with polit-
ical gypsytam. He ca'ls Brvana fnker
s'hose cwfy poMtloal ideas ore to op-
pose evwythHng that exteta Hof ing-
ton is e\-«identiy even a 'ol-gfer man
than he ha* been gWtn oredli. for be-
when U niecU will designate two con-
TF.XAH KSf .*Pfn.
Texas has for years past been the
victim of a bad specie of domoeracj
and worse populism. If anything, more
Injurious than Ka-nsa* One of the
worut evthi was the cont'nued legis-
lative perrecutlons of the mon led in
torests, urttll capital refused to lnve.'t
to stai:e loans, and in many re.pects
deveibp#nent was arrested. A/t the
Writing history during the lives of Vb
borne® i>. a dun#r*roud ^h".n«f. Captain
Conoas of the Kpaiw h navy suys, hi
a publication, that t)w ship C*hri a bal
Colon coojld have "been saved lutd Uio
American commander Ijoked after the
Vessel. Admiral 6ainp9on aivrwcun
that 'he recomanendod Lhat the vessel's
caminuinir bs shwt, Uaiu^- be ttank the
jfakit afita* In iuui turret Jure.!.
THt CAPITAL N A-
TIONAL BANK, OF
GUTHRIE, OK LA.,
ITC R S EVERY FA-
BISINFS8 AND RE-
8PON8 I 1)1 L IT Y
HaVroads are headed for th^t state,
theiT natural outlet# and are much
more probable of becoming built if
Texas will offer ithe Fame Induce-
ments as Oklahoma.
Another newspaper Is talked of for
"Ripley. J. S. Hale of Stillwater is
lookilng over the field.
A Blackwell horse Is changcd with
commi'tt ng suicide by cu ting h's
throat with barbed wire.
Charley Gillett, a son of Senator
Frank E. Gi'lett of El Reno, w-s mar-
red to Mips Ed/wlna Conahan.
ni'\RYI LOI N IF TRI'R.
Oen. Roberts reports /that when he
surrendered. Gem Cronfle only had
8,000 FOkiiers wi^'h h'm and no guns.
If this Is true, -what became of the bal- Al,rl an<^ elect one < unc'lman from
tope of 'th* Hoer forces? There i* ev-
ery ind Vat ton 'that -when he nret took
his position In the Paarderherg drifu reported to l>t app>vfj> <-d on rhe «
he had at least e ght, if not ten thous- foree>< has* 1^c'cad. been given a
and troops. I):d Gen. Oronje m#inage
to let rour or five ttimis uw! truops nn<1 J J. O-Rmirk of El Hcno
all the guns escape when he rtnind thialt. made an honoraa*y member® of the
he pould not withdraw all the forces? p>ttlemvn's association for his untir-
Pid he keep balck the (handful of fol-
Perry will hold t\ city election In
each Ward and tihe city treasurer.
WlHIfam Painter of Guthrie who wr
'ported to ln appitfn'ed <>n I'he c°pti
il'ce force, has, 1fle4ead. been given
Job in the house folding room, at $75.
Okahoman: Marlfn lln'fp^. the negro | ^
whc s;hot and Jellied • Kid" Wh'te at j ^
•the Grand Avcoue ho'el some months'^
n«ro, for a el. i:r-e < f venue tod >y. ' <y
Martin elaims- "that he cannnot receivo j ♦
a lair and i-mpart'al trial In the courlf j *>
here. He ^vas taken to court yester- ^
day. and when the sberTT strafed to T
put 'the hajidcuffs on htm before leav- i
Ir-r ho J>ri!l I\T?rt;n he^^oj nm m*t i ^
to do so. The handcuffs v,ere fasten- T
cd on, ♦
Woodward News: AfteT Took'n"r 11
over the re«r>i'rrs In th^ various bote's r
•and ascerUiining the number of clti-lA
zenw that accommodaitied guesits it 's ♦
estimated that 1W0 people attended 'th-1 j X
ca.( tie men's conventon fni thfts cltv | ♦
Tuesday and Wednesday of ln-c,t week ! ^
T' is also estimated that at 'enst J10.-
000 was spent by the vlsiitorp while th y 1 ▼
I were here. th'Ht alfoffe'ther with the | ♦
540.000 d' F'hursed by M<'ijnr Stouch. In-
I dlnn a^ent at Darl!n-'ton. wns a nent
• li't'Q sum of money to l>e floated
around El Reno.
Taloga Times: Judsre SI rang of
Gtflhri"> was 1n Taloga Friday. On be-
ing questioned abou> •• h^t *nt< rvt ew in
which he "Wn.-i ouo'ed as say ng: "Free
homes > lll will -no* par," saltd* "1
never mode rny such <tiatorrent. for I
bel;eve the bl'l will pass nnd become a,
i jutfjrp strnnc is we!' -ocnuH nt d
^•th a number of emigres'men and
•sr.-nito.^ Pnd made a personal pTea to
them while in Wash'nHton in be.^A'f of
*^e free bofmo® b II. and from 'he favor-
ab'e rentes reee'ved from them, and
from 'he opinion he'd g^nemlly In
\Va?h!ng on, wleely concludes that the
chances for free homes is very bright.
r>no>i0rnn nvtv Times-Journil: The
Choctaw traffic deTV->r*ment under the
d'rrctlon <>f J F. Ho'den trsffle man-
ager. have dee'ded to adve^ ' e t^« re-
sources cf OkVhonra City end 'ts
cr ips of wrl' e® who 'issue the mib''ca-
rVn "Ti^e Cor1 taw," will arti've here
""h|.« week, and will make an exihau^t ve
wrlteup of the city and Its envtorn-
^^nts. The Pt^nr/ne is c'reula-tfd by
the ^"eewo'e'* tl^n^rtment t^r >\i^h 'he
trave'prr pas^e^er ond fe^'b^11 aeren^s
of the l'ne in 'the n-^rth and eist. iwr-
t'cu'arlv. T^'tt'e Roek •nnrl M imo^l" *-o
far have been the nHneln^l pV«^e« 'h^t
■h^ve l^n sdvert>ed. ond h>ml- me
• l he
dlers as a <decoy? This, when hs
found he had to surrender, would have
been a wise thing to do—surrender
the least number of of men and guns
po« s ble. |
If it 1s true, however, that he held
out for ten days with three 'to four
'thousand men ajgainst an ajrmy of
45,000. It is a modt remarkable perform-
ance. and also shows how fearful the be at par if ther.
Britsh were, even with ;the r over-
whelming numbers. There must be a
mistake In tho reporit, and later news
may ehow matters entirely different.
1ng work in making the convention
A Kaiy county loaii Institution
'li advertisi ng si* per cent Tnorwy on
f^rms. The money evil is getting to
be a mn>uro that even the populist
Four years aco TWum^fih w<* js ooo
In debt. New it has money in the treas-
ury. Their warrants went beggi ng at
SO cents on the do''Mr. now they would
The full-bloods of the Osa.e-e mtlon
are on-voiM* of fir'' ooWHcal fel'ow^hip
w"th OkHhoirna. Their ohare-e^ aga'n^t
A.cvnt Pollock wer h".' 'h he'pej the
progressve party aigalnet them.
A clear ©onsc'ence mukos a good pH-
Gold dust has ruined the eymight of
many a guod man.
A full moment Ss Jwt as sma.71 as a
Always tfcike suftTcienft time to con-
sider; then dectdo qu'ckly.
The beyt way to AIM ynrr r i*p of Joy
1 by making others happy.
1 J. P.. Cushion of T-Tennessy has re-
turned from Cuba \ -here he hos been
to secure the renr-'h# ef his -\m Roy,
who wae kll'ed at the battle cf San.
tiago. II s Ques*!1 was unsuccessful.
J. P. Si*>T-,c n. who hn1* a farm near
Rldt^eway. ^To., and one hi R'a n coun-
ty. this tiorrVory. came to \Vlatonga to
buy corn this yenj- The makes a
Chovenne, Arnr • thnlp, paner tired
M'hen peon'c e b thai region Ithe •'shott
TERRITORIAL EXCHSN3E GISTS
grief by the
a!wa>^ rma"*U"e u \\lvf(>v\ 's
length of her vo l.
M-aJny a man rlre^ a pr->m*-e ?^vpV
bcttuse he doesn't aunt to keep it
The latest th1n«r f"\ d'e*s "'t'-tdK lis the
r rl who lies in bed the longest,
GratitiMe Is a pa-~1oa but
like all o hor sublime th ngs, it 1s rare.
A m*id do<? ne\-er fakes a drink.
Some men get mud if they are refused
T,,s unwlwe to j^idire a man by the
ho oarr es until you ftod out
atlw> owns it.
You hive doubtless ob*pjn*"i f*at
vrhon a boy fe-rhai the a're of indls^
creWon he tackles cigarc1 tes.
MV-Ne 1. rres-W. n
ti cm.'' bank arr ■
clay nigh, and d
"rnt: TIcn. Jore^h j
the Guthrie na- |
•n the c' v t^tur- i
out to Arapahoe
heic hf s nrole |
t a Umk at that
"tlcle from th
t ikon up with 'th«
A man's id*
pol'tenesq Is to
O'llourke of F1 R
was cha rm
Bell: .T. ,T.
r.">r d. e to the na-
t:c c rwvenf'on. JetTy
f the U-'mocrutrc terrl-
during a tcvllous sermon.
^any 'imnorMn ' dtucovrrle" have
been mnde d'lr'n" the pren^nt cntury—
twit tn* h role still persists In re-
"Cm-'-nnntl 1« ivted for Its ntimeriMis
buR*^' f *.-<ores and hcrteVs" av« a ru-
ral ed tor. P« rhapH the factories are
run for the purpose of supplying th*
- over the terrl-
Y hi rtin't jud*rv a
b/ hs acJU in public
date.—Waukomis W. rld.
Noble Ciunty Hot inei: The Arkan-
sas Valley t lei v> , odmprny will
soon ls-ue new 'phone cards and re-
(iue5t those wh„ wish their name"
• Vanrt-d or a new 'phone put in ;o file
th«-r application w th th. company «at
once, n order that the change* may bo
made before thy copy #o<*9 it«> the
W •• .iwatxl X« w In an Interview
recently Govenor liai tie# ; ay he la in
I "shecT p >he>-t J. Rrown, i'he ed'tor of
•>'e niiblVation. will arr ve here "Wed-
rtVI-hWi CHv Tlmes-.Tournil; i\fr
P Kle n°r h^s enrefu'lv evam^ed ♦hiv
bnd<« 'n five or six orchard'* «ou *iwe't
of t'he c"tv, atrl reoorts the un'njured
or« to be pa fol'ows:
P'ums and oherrie1:; nHt Inlured.
FHrlv reaches ^0 to 90 r>e * conf eosnd
1 -"'e clings and frcestcne", 10 por cent
Aorlcr-ts. nii''?"'n. £0 r>er cent cr"od
o**er>' rk v or'cof. 10 per cent good
Rov*' siprlootp, 70 oer cen* eood.
i«e^<ii;ng peaches, 75 to 100 per cent
Aoo'e^ and noirs. 100 per cent giod.
TV* desf^iuJMon of a port'on of the
frv'it bods d^e« n'ot ne^esfcr''v rer!'^0
'*" fnip eron. as 10 per cent of the
btu]« L-? ample 'to produce a c« od crop
If the civ*n fa rot ^ho^t 't will bc on
nre iont of the Injury hereafter.
r*- n 'l,M1rnc Pre im to *lv«1<' l"'me ev-
ee'lent. The bud« h^ve <nvol'en bet "t-
s. and the earth lte co'd and wet Thr*
N«mnerp'* re nrnot fer tih" t:mi week.®,
be con^'der0Mv above wornrol to br'n^
on* reach hlo<s^m« by the middle of
March If norma' wea!'her rni"ue- for
th^ no?rtt thre-- wee1<« the pe^ich blos-
soms w'P not beg'n to enm before '*hf.
?0ih. whUh he'^etofore Injured a
peach crop, a'tlhourrh com' of the b'os
stnns have freciuently been killed after
Ptvne County Penu'l^t: The story
of Mr. Church Sturdlvant the p^ncl-
pal of fih's sketch, who di ed a1" his home
near Wvom'n, P'lark county, I'l . 'n
Xovember of 'Tast year, told In full,
wou'd be very Imere^fne: but we will
dwell upon his financial ln ore«ts
wherein the chl'dren < f A. W. Rturdl-
vont. H\^ni" we*t of this c'ty. h''ve
i pr*>m'nent re-r)re. entntton. In 1ST^
Church Pturd'virv converted n'l - f
h':property to'the amount of $10 000.
Into cash an<* p'aefd th" m >ney on de-
posit w til the bunk of Scott. PMey
fir H^mmo-nd «t Wvom'nc III., wi'h ln-
struc on.° to < xcrcise their own d scre-
' 'on in ♦he use of the s.rme. Frc^n 'he
time of thr denonlt unti l the time of ♦h*
death cf r P-turdivant he h "1 e. h-
drawn >1^ 000 f(^r V^'n* expense** anl
the IniMn-ev witth the accumulation—
rm'ourlf'n-r In all to $122 000—wns left
by w'll to b*"> d'vWlfd amone fi',ty-«-tx
h, rs. TO.,, children of A w. Pturdi-
vant, above mentU)ned are each en-
1 'f 1 to one-fifty-s'x h of $1',o 000.
\' Hhh a^gregptes a I' t'o over $13 000.
The vx^mnle bears evidence of what
the judld'oo-s u^-e of mon?y can nc-
comp'Ph. For $30,000 paced on d°poaft
w th the 1 4nlc n 18TC, Mr. 'Sturd vant
ard bis hci rs withdrew 132.000 ot the
explrr t!< n < f tweny-flve years and It
's al' «vrpiher probeble that t he bank
Itfolf rea'ised n mugnrtlcient profit he-
slde*. Attorney A. T. Nell of this c'ty.
hue ch line * f the m« te<r wth regard's
to tho Payne county heir*.
Bear, th. _y)V u Hate AKvays BomW
la known Ihe World Over as
•'The Ucul." Minnesota Rich-
elieu Patent Flour Means Per-
fect ion. It ma lies the most
bread—the best bread.
PABSI MILWAUKEE DEER,
Bine Ribbon, Bohemian, Export,
Select, Bavarian, DopplebrsBU,
Pab3t Malt Extract, the best tonic (not intoxicating),
Use onlv Pabst Ice Plant Ice.
PURK CRYSTAL h ::
Cheaiicallv Pure Distilled
WW<WWW<I|WW«W -C4-*e c-
To Corntr of
Division and OhSehoma
m he Dandcrine
The Only First-C.ass One in the City. New Porcelain
Bath Tubs. New Fixtures.
the most expert wamiEN smimE
JAMES KILL, Proprietor.
J-W. McNEAL, President A. J. SE W, Vioe-Presideat
W. J. HORSFALL, Cashier
Guthrie National Bank
Capital, $50,000.03 Surplus, $10,003.00
First National Bank organized in Oklahoma.
Guthrie, - - : Oklahoma, t
diiiiiiWiiiiMtii«* W¥ ViiVtf
1 he New Route H
Memphis, The East i Southeast
| Solid Wide Vestibuled Trains.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
RAPID SCHEDULES. CLOSE CONNECTIONS
AT CONVENIENT HOURS.
C. B. HART, Gcn'l West. Agt. A. P. KIDWELL, T P A
Okliboma City, O T. Oklahoma Uty.O T.
J. P. HGLDEN. Traffic Managrr, Utile Rock, Ark.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 257, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1900, newspaper, March 1, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc124052/m1/4/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.