The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 49, Ed. 1, Friday, June 16, 1893 Page: 4 of 4
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C$itc gttatu Gfayital
By Tho 8Ula Capital Printing Co
i nit i m:
If you arc. huvn the Stati Cai-itai.
sent you. It will tfi' von ull the
news from home ami be n perpctuul
comfort Don't put it oil till you
have gone. It will cost you the
name 15 cents u week or .'.0 cent u
mouth. You cnu puv the carrier In
advance for the number of weeks
you w 111 be nway He will attend
to It or you can call at the olllce.
Wltul Do '"i U'Hiiir
IK) oil want ARi-nt'
IK) ) nu mil n Hlltinllimt
tMyou WHIit I" bur niijrtliliiK'
IXijuu nl ll.iarli-r or 1nlurw
1st you waul nujr "llrl" mule or frinaW
IHi jivu wnut I'iiuUs
Ikjjoiiwunt a IMttiirr
Dot u want hrVHlit I Irrks r i-liuleT
Do tnu w ant lii llrul n IImiiii II" itur Hliri
IKitiiu wuiit In IIiit orNrll a lluiw. Walton
or niiy klml of u Wlilelet
IX jon want to --ll or ItMil jour lions.
cutler Ntnrr. Lot or FiirinT
llnipjmi Ul or round nuvtliliia!
In you wntn lo Hell) our llood-WIII ami Fli
tlltM' . .
HnTcymiHrcunil llnnil llood. of nor kind
Hint von w-l.h tohrt! or Uxclininirr
Hamuli UiMKLtnrfc.il ul nny klmlr
K u Tlir Uamtal will iHilillnh i Hirer-line
mlicrtU.'inrnl (SI wonl.) one time for 1(1 cent.
tl.wt. iltftM fiir rttilfl. onf nrek forWI crllts.
A wntll IllTlir. HrTlCjlllTL netrr (nil to
brliiK iiuk'U mum.
t 1TANTKI) - To riniilnjr nil rinTuetle buir-
VV limi man In take riinrRi" 01 n urnncn
liimiiK In llnlhrlr f-jim Cltsll mid biknI trfn-
riiiM rruulrl inlurjr. 176 lr month Ad
ilrok ChA A ItolillionAt'o . "nllim Knii 1711
WANTED To rml two iiitfiiriittisl room
(or lniiikrkrriiiir I'lv-tnlr irrfi-rrrd
Aililrr "II W " male minim
'ANTK1I. A M-i'Ollil Imllil tlHIVrrl wagon
-rTanilnll llorinr. r..lmiml. n r mir.
IOST A iniM linu-i-li-l with lianalr Klml.r
I ilrnp rule lit ottlreol lliuiii)irr) .1 llrl
FOR. S A.JL.1U
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.L" urn! printing inulrrliil ufltt-lriit lor mo
irlntliir onii'm Hiram riitflur II waiilnl Ad
iIii-m trunk lc)iatrr. Oklahoma I II) o T l
""lAIXINUCAItPS Ijilmtmiilinvlllriit ul tin-
V Male capital oiiur
NOINK FOIt HAl h -A II i- linr-f mrr
i ' 1IU1 lll)llll nirniu riiiiin- ( "
tnail wtMxi luruiuir iniiir utr iimh or mraiu iuw
Hklnnrr Ulrlilln l(iinn
"IjOlt SAl K -Twolliif lulkoii Hinliiuer Knnl
.P (lutlirlr. tIKi lot on Nutilr. " A 11
f-DIt ItKNT-Twu or llirrr (f11Ml tiniuiH ill
1 Tim Arlington
The cases in the race trouble In the
south purl of the country were ull 1Ih-
mlsM'il In .Inline Moruu'h court yes-
tertluy It was ull u mutter of mistak-
Mrs. Mcdituii cutertulueil the I. miles'
tiuild yestertluy ufteruoou at herhuiul-
boinu residence oh L'tiUerstt Hill
Hlshop Ilrooke ami many prominent
people were present
I. A. ijumpsel chairman of the ilem
oorutlc county central coiuinlttee.
received a complimentary ote from
the territorial committee for hU fulth-
ful work for the party In the territory.
The rrgnlur meetlti"; of the Ladles
Circle of the Oram! Army Is Saturday
lune 17. All members lire retifftted
to be present to take part III the iustul
lntlon of the newly wlcctcd olllcers of
.lust recehed ut l.yon's the grocer.
llluclt well's Mt. Desert lloueless Her
rlrifr cuiined brook trout deviled ham
potted tongue anil ham shredded cod
tlsh chocolate cream colTee It S V. I
milt lltcker'n Turlna -idt'.'
Toil ID XT. llrlck store ou Second
street. Appl) to ItuuisH llros dry
Ifoods. 4 9 to
School district 'itllccrs uie requested
tu send thorough sworn uud correct
l-cusiu returns to the county superln-
'rndents olllce before the 15th of
lune otherwise they will be entitled
tu no apportionment of fuuds until
next Junuary. They are also request
rd to iend In their postotllee addresses
und also the postofllre addresses u( the
other school district ofllccrs
The dl-ector of the Oklahoma exper-
iment station would be lad to get
upeclmeus of the so-called "loco" weed
when in How or. 'Vrap the plants In
damp paper or cloth then In several
thicknesses of dry paper tie securely
and address to Dr .1 C. Neal Stillwa-
ter Oklahoma If practicable send
aUo full particulars separately ou u
postul curd or In it letter
The-wiily 1 ure Ciiuiu Uluttar P v.
Ued in Mniiottu mw
ST. JACOBS OIL
Oii Hip drnlh ot lltlli- llnv Uhllp nitr.l Iw
imihllin lillil lAdn)R
Drnlli tins ri'trn-il llirlr llirrnlinlil
illr hud lir rr Ihpii IIipip tit-dim
Anil llirr prnyt-il lip noiild l) III coinlliK
Tor a m ropof pnr or iiiurp
Hill til inrs wprpdrnf Inpiitrpntr.
Kor lip i iiiiip w llli n lirnvy iipud
And Irfl tlirni nt mliliilitlil
.Moor wllh thrlr kllrnl ilpnd
To roll their hriirtf o( Joy
And ooiiip nt Hip dpml ol mldiilifli'.
To Inke Ihrli only Ihijtt
Hut our drnr Hnrlor
llniitnkrit tilm Iiihiip nliovp
Wlirrp ltli llioiinnd li Is Mimllitf
Ol Hip Hnrloiir's pppI Iotp.
Oil mnjr p nil rrmrmlipr
Thnt nl oinp unknown ilujr
Di'ntli will nitnlii romp
And tnkp u nil nwny
)tnv liU tuirpiitk prpr nrnti li
lint II thiil lltmliln).
W Iipu Jpkim mils (or Uipih
To mrpt tliplr dnrlluit lln)
Itiouiili llirlr IIIIIp Loiiip It lillKhlpd.
And llirlr lirnrtmirp ntlpil w Hi ualu
Tbr) rnn hrnr tlip Nnrlnur -n 1 nsr.
'You -.hull wr jot r lix Klii "
Tlipy linvp Inkpu bliu to Hip uraii nrd
And lintp eotrrpd him o'er '111 il
Hut tbvlr brnrtk nrp kind.) hprl hrd.
Kortlipy know lip with (IimI
H lond parputu rrnsp )tiur ppiIiik
LpI jourbrnrt bp flllpd with Jo)
For Hip HnTlor Is klndlr rnrluir
For your dnrllng llttfp boy
A Illg time rrrinrpit for Nrtt Hntiiriliiy by
Limitless preparations arc going on
for celebrating Orlando's fourth anni-
versary by Its citizens next Saturday.
Tho (luthrle Hoard of Trade band has
been hired for the occasion to furnish
music. Prominent speakers of the ter-
ritory have been engaged to address
the peorle There will be a match
game of ball between a Stillwater and
Miilhull tentn The picnic grounds
hae been llxed up with swings uud
hammocks uud there will be u line
dinner served ou the ground.
The cltleiis of Orlando Imlte their
neighbors to come theie and have u
The teachers attending the .Id Lo-
gan county normal institute ure u busy
set. They ure hard ut work uud un-
acquiring many good points which
will be of great value to them while
teaching during the coming year
l'.very instructor Is striving to make
his or her subject the most Interesting
uud It keeps the pupils busy studying
afternoons and evenings to keep up
That Is as It should be to muke a suc-
Among the visitors piesent Oils
week were .Mr. Pentecost .Misses Kit-
tle Cussidy Mubel Hunt Dora I'm il
Cwiu .Muekey Alice Scltitell Dot
I'lynn Nellie tusshly llessle Duncan.
I'rof S. V Mallory. V It. I'aine. Dr
Mai ion. Itev Smith of the M. H.
chin eli was present this morning anil
conducted the opening exercises
Mr Dower took u photograph of
the normal ami says It is the best lie
hus ever seen
Visitors are Invited to lie present to
Inspect uuy of the woik being done.
It Is the duty of ull parents and citi-
zens to pay more attention to the sub-
jects which pertain to the education
of the young
The 1'lrst Natlouul bank of Arkuu-
stiH City has failed and closed its doors
The ussets It is said will fully pay
the liabilities. No other buuks ure
ulTcctcd by Its fullilie
THREE DESPERADOES CAUGHT
Tliry nrp Siippmi-il lo hi' sniiie 1 ruin Itob-
Deputy Marshal Mudseu uud ex-
SherltT John lllxou left for lleuuessey
this ufteruoou to identify three sup-
posed train rubbers cupturcd there
jesterday The particulars of the cup-
ture -re not known but oue of the
men i supposed to be Oeorge New
comb and the other Zlpp Wyutt who
escaped some time ufo from the Unit
ed States jail here The otlicers went
to Hennessey tu uuswer to a telegram
sent by Deputy Murshul MeKeever
Wamtd Pour gentlemen to tuke
two entirely new furnished rooms
with board. Also wanted table
boardprs. Those that wunt tlrst-cluss
table and best of house cooking
everything new neat and clean cull
at 4SU Oklahoma uveiiue Kust (iuth-
lie. WAXl.ni Twenty head of bourdlug
horses at the baru corner of First und
Noble. Uood accommodations and the
best of cure for buth horses and bug-
1 l.MiumuuU.No Alum
j.. V.-ars (ho Riamlard
Dt -juh Hjrup. 1 nulri (loud lit H
J Inline Koll by ilrurrli Bl
Ilurrj llaenii Is up (rum Oklahoma
Hon..) IC. Allen of Stillwater was
In the city toduy.
Iinlge lolm It. Clink leturneil to
Okluhomu City today.
District Attorney Horace Speed went
to Oklahoma City this afternoon
Congressman Dennis T. I'lyuu went
to Oklahoma City this afternoon
Hon. A (' Scott the worlds futr
commissioner passed through the city
ou Ills way home from Chicago.
S. A. llowers a brother of .1 It
lluwers Is here from Kansas and will
work with him in the barber shop
I. V. MuXcul and Hon. Dennis
riyuii go to Colorado and New Mexico
tomorrow morning for u ten days
Judge .1. .1. Holes returned from 1 t
Smith where he went us a witness in
the Rogers murder trial. Hogers
killed Deputy Marsha) Lee Taylor
A NEW RAILROAD.
I In- Kiiiih OMhIiohih CVnlrnl huiI smith-
in alpru lliillrouil (lil n CliHrlir.
A charter has been Hied for the Kun
sas Oklahomu Central and Southwest
eru railroad with Secretary Mai tin
The Incorporators hie S M Porter
K C Pruler Willluui II Connor
.lohn IL Clark Kobert A Low-ery
Secretary Hobert Martin (.'ah In L
Severy und P S Holllugsworth. Sec-
retary Mnrtiu was in Arkausns City u
few days ago where the company was
orgnntzed. The capital stock of the
company Is S1..'i00000. The line Is to
be a branch of the M. K. t T. ronil
und will branch olT at Stephens Cher-
okee nation n few miles south of Cof-
feyvllle Kansas. It will run south-
west through Puwhusku Pawnee
agency Stlllw titer (luthrle HI Ileno
seger III county I and down to Ver-
hecielary Martin is an expeileiiced
railroad builder having successfully
built a mud in Ohio and also being re-
c.'ier of iiiih for seierul jeurs in that
state He stated that this road will
within a ery short time liuie a corps
of Hiiru'ots in the Ik hi uud will begin
practical operations. It bus eupitul
alreuiU in sight to build the road witli
Alellrr Irnlii llli- Interior III iKit inriil
lti'iHitliiK I inotuiili'il llriila.
The following self explanatory let-
ter was rt celled by the toiwibite board
from (he secretary of the Interior-
III ruums'i 01 mi I.nti intiii. (
lilM ll.l I.ISI) Or-lli r t
WisniMiToV I) C .lune II I mm
.lolm I'oster Hsi .
Chairman Hoard Nu U
Cut In it-. Oldahiima
Sir ltepll ing to your letter of the
'.'( th ultimo usliliig that the Okliiliomu
town lot cases in which nwunlswere
not iiitide to either patty iiuiy he made
speeiul uud deteriuiui-d at us tally a
day us possible I haw to state
that Ihe i.ises leferied to ure
pending before tills oil! -e on the up
pi ills of tlie aggrieved put tie- uud that
tlie Mime will not be considered la-
this otllcc until the Supreme I'oint of
the I nltrd Mates hhall have decided a
similar case lion pending tiefore It.
which calls III iUestiou the light of
tills ollleii uud Ihv department to eei-
else appellate jurisdiction in suid
cases. Vety lespeetfully
IJnw Aim A. Howls.
'l he llliorli at soi litj.
KlMillsiir it Oil .lune 14. I'.i1
Following are the contributions for
week ending June 1 1.
Original iiihs. jpeecli of the lute Milt.
W. Reynolds J K. tjtilen. Kdinond
View of Itullalo Springs camp du
of Opening Okluhomu .1 S. Itoss
Kiugllshei ulso copies New World
Puyna's Oklahoma Register J II
First course of study Sept. lsim by
the Miuoud school board- .1. V
eKirts uud bulletins agik'illttirul
cjllege uud experiment station. Mill-
water ism '2 'U3-1W. Nell.
Photo of Hon F O Adams scc'y
Ktutsas Mute historical oolet F li
Papers added during week Arapa-
hoe Hee. including buck number
Uuthrie Dally Sr.iTt Cai-itaI Outhrle
West and bouth. Okluhuiua liond
liullder. Heaver Advodate. llunvcr
Democrat. Hnrdesty Herald. Atoka
Citizen Marlow Magnet. Mlllivuter
Itepubllciiii. V P. Campbell. Custo-
dian I'll) Cumuli.
The city council met in regular sis-
slon last night uud considered a groat
J S (.ulllu was appoluted water
The committee appointed to luiestl
gate tho electric lights submitted an
.several petlous were read uud re-
ferred to committees
I lie I lllllilllt- KlnM
.Mrs limit The ladlc of our set In
tend to form u secret society
Mr limit What will lie tla penult)
fur divulging the ecrcl.'
Mrs. limit -Oh' Unit's the object of
the MR-iet We ure to tell euuli other
ull of them we iiliou Puuk
The plumbers l.uie U-eu In iiutloual
coureiitiou ut Mllwuukeu. A grotenpie
thing with the deciirutiug of the walls
r presenting the Olilil) I'luiiiU'i ami
his exorbitant iliurges uud auiuiiius
tings It proioked much w rath uud
n hat wus liiteiiiJcd t Imi fuuio was tie
lareJ to be lllr and ordered tj be torn
Murray & Brown!
Going out of the Jewolory business to engage in the Musical business
exclusively we will oiler our entire line of Jewolory jit auction com-
mencing Wednesday at 7 o'clock p. in. The sale will continue daily at
2 o'clock in Ihe afternoon and 7 o'clock in the evening until every-
thing is sold. An extraordinary opportunity and those desiring special
bargains in Gold and Silver watches tea sets silverware earrings lace
pins ladies' and gents' chains and etc. will find no better opportu-
nity. Wo oiler the entire stock without reserve. Trusting the sale will
receive the patronage it deserves. Ladies are respectfully invited to
attend the afternoon sale with the assurance that the utmost decorum will
be enforced. The quality of goods guaranteed as represented by Auctioneer
uoi. J. Jb. Turner
CIVILIZATION AND THE NOSE.
Ailiuiireiiii-iit of th. Iliiiiinti IIhi e 'li-lli On
tine ot tin- 1'roinliK nt I iiitiiri'a.
Theie Is no one feature so suscepti-
ble of modification hj changed condi-
tions of life as tlio nose Tills Is es-
pecially unticcuhlc in the Immigrants
who come to us from every country on
the fuco of the earth. Among the de-
graded uud down-trislileii classes the
nose Is flattened uud undeveloped
among the persecuted It is apt to ap-
proach tlie aipilllne form the nose of
watchfulness und resistance. Tlie con-
ititlous of Ameiiciiu lifts ou the other
hand tend to produce u straight uoso
larger and less delicate than tlie 11 reek
unsc hut a er good nose for tlie na-
tion to liae And It is this tvpc that
the noses of foielgners emu
ing to tills country ilisenslhli iteielop.
so that It is almost impossible so furus
persona 1 iippouiuuce is concerned to
tell ft mil what nation one spuing
originally That applies of course to
the ( ntic.isslaii races Vet it would be
eiiiioilstole.ini if the ( liliicsc of two
thousand ears ugo.w hoiliseovered and
iuienteil soiiinm of those things liieli
we foiiiil call the ptixluct of our own
uge liinl the suite llat sutlli noses of
the t hiiiese of to-ilaj As u rule tlie
mure eultiiated and letlned a race tlie
liner tlie nose physiognomists tell us
To lie iieautifill il should he uiie-tliird
tlie length ofthc f.ue In tile Mongolian
lace' il is iiIniuI .onc-foin 111. and in tlie
negro solium hat lets. It ma) be
liHikid on us tlie lude of tlie
uieiitiil ileielopmeiit of an In-
dividual mill Is ttsiiallj iliiiiled in
to Ihe tlpes. Tlie pine Itotnau nose
Is line nou.idais It Is the nose of an
aiiihltiiuis. power lining man who will
eouquei nt all costs mid who will sucrl-
lli iiiij thing tn gain Ids ends. The
( it eel; nose ou tlie other hand denotes
leliueliient taste and line of tlie Iieau-
tifill "'llieowuer of il (in eit nose."
su.isthe author of ".Notes ou Noses."
"Is not without some eneigy in the
pursuit of that wliieli Is agieealile to
Ills tastes. Intl. uiilihe tlie owner of the
Itiiliuiu nose lie eau not eeit himself
ill opposition to Ills tastes "
The .lew Isli nose us It Is called. Is b-
no means peculiar tu tin- .leu isli na-
tion It inilieutes gieut eneigy und
pel scioi unco together with woihlly
Khiewduess uud an ability to turn
everything to the liest account
'1 lie "celestial." or turned-up nose Is
concave whete tlie Jewish nose Is ton-
vex It indicates n peit. iuipilsttlic
disposition with a fondness for asking
tmestioiis uud pr ing into secrets Mr
liaudy is a well know u authority on
snub noses. In his opinion no family
could withstand a succession of such
noses Tlie sutlli nose is. in fact the
nose of undeveloped. Weak or childish
characters. Noreall.lgie.it man eer
had such u nose.
I.avatcr as that noses which are
much turned down ward are never trulj
good Their thoughts ami liicliua
tlonstelid iilwn.vslo theeartli Thej
Indicate a close cold heart anil uiicom
tnunicative untitle often niiillelonsh
Miicastlc Men with such noses
ure ill-h-.imoreil or h pochondi lac
ami lu-lanchollc .Noses bomewhat
turned up at the point uud con
splcuously sunk ut the top un
der a rather peipeuiilLiihir than ie
treating forehead ure b nature In
clincd to pleasure nise. jenlolikly uud
pcttlnacltv The.i may at the same
time posse I clincd setiM) eloipience
biticvolcncc and he rieh in talents
llrendth of nose denotes power of
deep closo und conccntiatcd thought
while deep lengthwise wrinkles hull
cute it malicious hud character The
fotchead is tlie seat of Intellect Humid
the lower part predominate the pow-
ers of obseivntlon will li keen- theie
will lie u love of trait I a desire to see
and ilcscrllic new tilings with u facili-
ty for learning facts uud luquiting
languages. If the middle poitiou Is
largest the memory wilt In' good and
the power of aual.vsls great Philadel-
phia Pi ess.
riulii i mtiuii.
The police hud raided u gambling
lilaie and one of the etiptui til pla vers
was put on the witness stand ut tlie
"Yon weie III the loom it th lime of
the raid'." uskcil the attorney lifter
some preliminary iitestlons
"Yes sir "
"And what illdou do when the po-
"I iiiaile it bolt fur the lwck door "
"Ah" ipnsrleil the attorney -'nie you
"No sir I'm u painter b tnule "
"Then how eon Id vou inilloi u I ml I
for the Uiik ilotir'.' ' Niuiled the uttoi
'llllt wltlleSH hhllWed Ills lUsgUSt ut
that Mirt of examluatliiu
A iv he said I made a sneak to
get nut that wuv
'Oil !- that tt ' mid the attorney
Will hi It llftl I olltllll volll t If to III
Ulllglhlc l.uglisli unil the i s.iinina
tiou iiroceetlid Detroit I leu Pre s.
conducts the sale.
104 Oklahoma ave.
( itrllalr Ak for l'tlllilr.
W vsiiimito.v .lune 1ft -Ssecretury
tin lisle In view of the extra session of
eongt ess which will be called to con-
vene not later than September 15 has
sent a circular letter to each member
of the cabinet requesting him to send
in his estimates ut as early a day ns
IKisslhle uud not later than Septem-
Mil. I llrop t'lilltlr.
Dm Moi.sm. Iii .lune lft It is ie-
oi ted that the trustees of Drake uni-
versity of which II O Avlesworth. who
recently accepted the nomination for
governorou tlie prohibition ticket have
lequestetl hlui to drop either the nomi-
nation or tlie pteKldeuc) us thev do not
want tlie institution drawn Into poll
lllliull.4 Itllll I'llilril.
Ovi vii v Neli June 1 The runs ou
tlie Omaha savings hanks subsided this
muitiiug almost as quickly as they be-
gan There were u few depositors ut
the Omaha savings hunk demanding
their inoiiev early but us soon us It be-
came apparent that tlie rilshvvusovei
anxious ones left without taking their
'I li. llnlplilu In the llrr Hot k.
vsiiimiton June lft. 'I lie ('lilted
States ship Dolphin has been put in
dr.v dock ut the New York nuvy juril.
where the injuries to her 1mw sus-
tained in the collision will lie rcp-ilred
mill the vessel will lie put in thorough
If you are looking for a llrst-cluss
dining hall whete you will be served
to a llrst-cluss meal by tlrsl-cluss man-
nerly waiters and mingle with llrst-
class people step Into the O IC '.'Oft
South Second street. Meuls 2".c. ."i
The best ulltl ceeupest trlnililcd huts
III the city ut lit Harrison avenue
Phelps' l-C malaria und ague cure if
not tasteless chlldlen iun't cry for It
but It thus i mi or no pay F S Hu.s-
Siollie to I'oulrHi lor4.
'1 lie hoard of regents of the agricul-
tural and meehuuleul college and ex-
periment station of Oklahoma Terri-
tory will receive pioposuls until the
l'.itb day of .lune lslil for tlie elec-
tion und completion of u college build-
ing ut Stillwater Oklahoma Terri-
tory according to the plans und speci-
fications prcputed therefor b.v II. M
Madly urchltcct Tnpchu Kansas.
Faclt ptoposal must be accompanied
by u cc Milled check for gloo (Ml puyu-
ble to the order of Amos Hiving treas-
urer us u guarantee that the success-
ful bidder will ut once enter into u
contract and within ten days thercaf
ter give an ttudertuklng with sulllcicnt
studies fur the faithful compliance
with tlie contract
All proposals must be sealed uud di-
rected to J K (Juelu. fecretury Ed-
mund O T und iiuve eudorsedou the
envelope "llids for the erection of
I'luns spcclllcutlons uud estimutes
may be seen ut the olllce of . 1 I) ljuelu
secretary Fdmond (1 T und ut the
olllce of CO llluke president ut Fl
Iteno. O T. on uud ufter May 35 H3.
The board of icgents reserves the
right to reject tiny or nil proposals
Attest ( O Ill.AKi .
President Hoard of Regents
.1 V. i)i t in. hecretury.
The toluuiblan Icp Creiiiu Purlor I IT
llnrrlson avenue one door west of the
Huston Store. It3
i:iiriiiviiu (. It. Hotel.
Meuls .'.I cents Kates per duy SI
and SI '-'ft I have remodeled and ren-
ovated tuv place throughout aud cor
dially solicit the putronugc of those
wanting llrst-cluss accommodations ut
i II. V Sl-l.l IVAN Prop
Heretofore the ladles huve beeu tin-
nble to get nice culling curds In Outh-
rle. To supply this demand Tilt.
Si aii: (.awai. has put tn u lurge sup-
pl of the lutest designs tf
tlllt VVIlHl U SIHll
All of the Purlor inllllneiy stock
Including trimmed huts bonnets rib
buns veiling etc . for llfty pen cut
lots than cost value ut 'The Hush
dry goods htore H
The Columbian ice ereuut parlor is u
neut little i esurt Its owner I'd Him
gelseu bus hud tvventj live years ex-
perience In tin ice ireuui buslueh.4TF
A- J. SPENGEL i oppsii Pummel.
Cepiwl - tin
IOG W. Oklahoma Avenue
A !u. ..i e ( b id sti i.a He J. jit. ei I
H. A.. BOYLK. Prop.
lio to the l oluttibiaii Ice cream par-
lor for your cream 47 1 1
The F Hammer Puint Co. St l.ouis
Mo do lieteby guarantee to F II l.ll-
lie A. Co their hauimer bruud of pre-
pared paint to nut crack or peel oil for
three vcuis on t no-coat woik or live
years on three-coat work when used '
uccoidlug to directions Any dissatis-
faction urisiug from the above bruud
of puint will be made good hj tlie V
Hummer Paint Co. St. I.ouls Mo
Signed. I). C Hhi'ma.s Agent. For i
sale only by F II l.illle &. Co
The table ut the Arlington is uusiii
Lemonade milk shake or ico cream
ut the Columbian Ice Crcuin Parlot (Tt i
otli i In Ui c iituit..
To West Outhrle Lot Occupants.
AH persons who have not taken out
their deeds to West Outhrle lots must
do ou or before the Ulth of June IstH
or tlie expense of advertising will be
udded to the expense of their deeds
Wli i iavi S Rom IITSON
AMiltlvv C. Suinu.I
Outhrle June Pith l;iu.
St i .i on SiOLl N Oue dai U s n 1
horse branded "'0" ou tight shoulder
blind in right eye about fifteen hands
high uud white stripe In face. Finder
will be suitably rcw in ded by leaving
word ut this olllce or with A. II ltlce.
Money Is coin or stumped metal
usually gold or sliver stumped by
public iiuthorlty xw used usu medium
of evelttiuge. ulso bank notes uud the
like Money suved Is money made
und you will tlud it to your udvuutuge
to spend .lour money for groceries
fruits etc ut V II Smith's just south
of the postotllee
World'. I iilr.
How to econouiUe time uud inone.v
.il as to see the World's I'alr to best
udvuutuge Is u iiestlon thut may
have puzzled you Avoid mistakes hi
getting posted III udvuucc. Perhups
the Illustrated folder Just issued by
(iuutu IV Route is w liat you need. 1 1
contains vlmvs of World's I'ulr llulhl
nigs uecurute iniip of ( hicago. ami
other Infoi mntlon of value to sight
seem Address 0. T NlchoUoli O P
X T A A T A S F It It Topel.u I
ivtts mid ul. for u free cupv i
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HEWITT &. DOETTCHER
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T druffirlktM (irannl I vtiiall lUiw
I Fur fr MiniiUftldrtM
F U. LILL1K & Co
The llest m the World Ailt your
Druggist fui a
You will have If vou do not have your
lurils iintl out lnuises eleiineil Leave
j our orders at it .omt house fr
Oily fcaai liter.
MONEY TO LOAN
TO UNA no
liest Coinp.inius Lowest Halej
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 49, Ed. 1, Friday, June 16, 1893, newspaper, June 16, 1893; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc67698/m1/4/: accessed July 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.