Weekly Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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Time Table—A. T. & S. F. By.
ohlandi). o, t,
No. 40fi Chicago Kxpreas 6.17 a m
\ Ko. 408. Ki.ii8UB-t.ity & Chicago Exp. .4 0Hp.m
1 No 4S2..1''reRlbt & accommodation .8.88 sin
No. 4(i7 ol alion h • 1 exae Earjiresg 11.38n.in
No. 406. Texas Express 10,18 p.!"
No 421.. Freight and necome dation.1.20 p.ra
'throuirli chulr c»r sorvioo to K lisas City
CimI tiuj'erlor hIso ponfh, Oood COiinee
ti<u mado with eoulliiTii divlslop I<1 Winflo'd
Willi A, T & S. F. Ry at Wlcliata, with point
oiPlronj/ City Branch, at Ht ion<r City
with Atchison and St. Joseph brunch at
Topeka, acd at Kansas City with truin8 for.
i'hicntro, and with other eastern lines. A
full line of eupon'tlcket for foreis-n lln«s
qn sale at all.tiinos. All Inquires cheerfully
m, n. CociiBAr.1,. afrt.
Tlio Oklahoma St:ito Fair, t?> bo
held nt Guthrie Oct. 11 to 16 in-
clusive, will be the- greatest ex-
poHtkn Tet held in Oklahoma.
Ov(r £5,000 will be offered in
8]ced stakes mid purses and an-
other #5,000 for the agricultural,
live stock and general exhibition
devartments. Everj premium is
guaranteed by a conijany th irong-
1) reliable financially. Some oi
the best horses in the Uunited
ISlatcs liave entered tor the races,
Large premiums will be offered
and paid to prize live stock and
agricultural products. Good pre-
miums will io be offered in the
fine art department giving all the
women of the ti liitory a chance.
There will be special attractions,
such i:h chariot races, balloon
ascensions and all sorts of enter-
The Association is determined
to offer premiums large enough,
Willi a (-itainty of their prompt
payment, to induce the people to
show the best they have of every-
thing. Farmers, groom up your
best lit >rses, mules, colts, cows,
and calves,he>gs, sheep and poultry
as well as the 1 < :-t agricultural
products of your raising, and bring
theiii to the Oklahoma State Fair.
This fair should be made an
exhibit ot the very best products
ot which this territory is so mag-
In connection with the fair will
be held a Cotton Exposition. This
will be a special feature, and is
expected to be the finest display
of this product ever shown in the
territory, both in the bale and on
13ig premiums will be offered tor
the best < ounty exhibit, Logan
county being excluded from this
Arrangements are being made
to transport the countv exhibits,
artistically arranged in a car,
thoroughoutthe east, alter the fair,
as au advertisement for Oklahoma.!
Send for preimum list to Secretary
Oklahoma State lair, Guthrie,
Everybody Suyj So.
Cfl.«wir*Jt* randy Cathartic, the most won-
derful la Uicai discovery of the ape, plcas-
:uit ami rel':,<>ghiriir to tisc; taste, act gently
n i iKKS'tivi ly on Jciilufvs, liver and bowels,
clc&utiott the entire system, dispel colds,
cure lietniaclie, lev. r, -habitual constipation
anil biliousness. i'leaso buy anil try a box
of ('. C. (J. to-dnv; 1(1, :!5, r»0 cents. bold and
guanntoed ti: cup* by all druggists.
TWELVE REASONS WHY.
The St. Louis Republic gives a
dozen reasons why newspaper read
ers should read this paper. Here
1. The Republic is. the greatest
2. It has a cable news service
over the entire civilized world,
which no other St. Louis, paper
3. Special correspondents in all
the largo cities and* caoitals of
4. News Bureau in New York
City and Washington I). C.
5. Special correspondents in ev-
ory city and town in the Western
6. Member of the Associated
Press, tiie greatest news gatherer
in 4I10 world.
7. Publishes daily the market
reports ot the world.
8 Iscues a magnificent colorep
magazine cover with the Sunday
9. More noted writers and artists
contribute to The Republic than
any other paper.
10. Issues an anequaled four-
page comic weekly with each Sun-
day paper free.
11. Publishes pages ot interest
and value to womankind.
12. Its 10-cent Dress Pattern
Department is the most popular
feature ever introduced by a news
paper, Thousands patronize it.
Tne daily and Sunday St. Louis
Republic is $<> a year, $3 for six
on ntiis and £1.50 lor three months.
The Twice-a-Weok Republic is
#1 a year 104 yapers, two each
Remember this is the of Interest
to you who wish to mark the
the graves ot friends that; rest in
the tomb. We Have no Travel
ing Agents. We ship by the car
load aud ask you to come to our
yards and see what you are buy-
ing. You will save 820, or a ¥50,
We set up our work on good
foundations and guarantee it.
WriteJ foi design Photographs
and Pr ces.
Suttons Marble Works,
Guthrie O. T.
Did You See Our
When it was in
But wo won't talk Ilorseless Carriage
Our General Catalogue and
Buyers' Cuide, Fall and
Is ready for distribution. It has nearly
800 pages, over 13,000 illustrations, ami
more than 40,000 descriptions with prices.
In ordering from us, you have a million
dollar stock of goods to select from.
Your Money Refunded if Coods
are not as Represented.
Send 15 cents to partly pay postage or
expressage, and we will send you ti copy
of our Ueni.ra.1 Catalogue and Buyers'
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For advice in cases requiring special
directions, address, giving- symptoms,
the "Ladies' Advisory Department,"
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J yi. W. M. HATFIELD,
Will iiiiawer calls in Orlando and Vicinitj
Important To Farmers.
Farmers if you wish to prove up
y.u i claim, bring your filing receipt' to
this office ard we will (ill out your
application arid send them in, thug
saving you the expense of a trip to
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Marker, John. Weekly Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897, newspaper, October 7, 1897; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403943/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.