The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 257, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 22, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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The 5 tate Capita
3y the State Capital Printing Co.
FRANK II. GREER Editor.
THURSDAY miKUAKY 82. 1804
m timi meeting inHtiiiKiitiiBTomi in- J. W. McNEAt Pros. G. F. HERRIOTT Vioo-Pres
ullenablo right to ay what they ..-. i l.
p'oasb nnd think what they please W. J HORSFALL CaShV.
about mattorii of public conoern. Thy j
aro certainly Ucoply Interested in tno
welfare of till town All they aald
about the necessity of pure nnd eco'
nnlcnl government this paper heart- T- xTTr
llv endow. ' w.L3 A. JN Jtt.
;! Guthrie National
(Ananunttinnitt in ili mprr rr t (Orach
Id mttADfc. Don't lt Inn or tnl jrmir cm
DOTticrmtlit uulpt ihr ttiO)rtinr Mmi
I'nr I'll Attiirnrj.
We r Milhmltal lit niitiniilirc Mnjnul T
llninrriKn i-nn 'IiIiiIh f.tr rllr nltiinicj- Mill
Jrrt thpitrcMon of ll)irriiitillrnii rlniail
lu Lr hcM tn l-VtiruarjrSJ.
I hoi n pniiilliU'r for t'lly Atlnriir ami hm-
ly irrsent in) muni for Ihr ciinlili-rnlloii "l
Ihr voters nl the rriiuUllcnii Miiirlr
J W CuTTINulUM
I'nr liiallrn ill the. I'rnrr.
Wrnrr ntitlmrlmt liiiliimmii-r II M A.I a mi.
ft a rnmlliliiti' f r iiIIfi of Hit- .eei. milijeel
to I hi- nrrlnliiti of tin- irimlilioiiii rlmitrli to
t lirM on Fi'biuiiry 34.
I lireljr irrrnl ni limne lo llii rrinlilli'ftH
ill nutlirlc fur llii- ittimliinlliiii lor Jnsller nl the
lYnchs iililillur Ibr mull of the irliiiiitli next
Wednesday Faro Mokuas
I nm a cati.ll.1nlr fur Police Jitilgr liefiirr the
rrinlillrnn iirlmnrlrsnti net Wnliiwlnjr null
Ject to Ihr decision of majority tot if the
reiiiblioii mrlj- J J- Ham
I herrliy nniiotuiee myself n n ciiiutliliilfl fur
I'ollrr Jiulffr Mililed to llii" ilwlnlun l the
rriulillnii .rlnnirlr II. ('. li C'uhii
I lierelir ileelnr nijiteir n riiinllilti- fur the
(ifHennf Poller Jinltfe lur lln' ilis-Mim of tin'
t-r nt the ri'imlilli'iiii primaries.
() V II.Hilihli II
Caoltal. .... $5o 000.00
Surplus .... 10000.00
FIRST HATI07JAL HANK ORGANIZED IN OKLAHOMA.
I Tho agitation the citizens' move-
I merit Marled Aoine time ago was n
Upicndld thing. It aroused the repub-
I lleau parly to the necesullles of the !
hniii. That party realizes that the
i citizens In the broad some of the term
I want a tlehet of eleiui experienced '
i bunlmwt lueii lo vote for. This being
so they ha.'o detci mined that that Is
the sort of ticket the republican party
Mill fctiml (or the sntrrageH of the
When the republlejii tleliet Is out
Tin: Si mi; Cai'iiai. Is certain that
there will be very few man on It If
any which the Ko vailed eltleiiH' party
can not endom' The ileinoeralle (i.Mt .sn silver Hunting or open face wulehcs Hochford movement
parly had warning and failed In heed (iunld gold tilled opcn-fiice mitvhva 1-lgln inotementi guaruntced SO
Stxil Another Cut.
We Must Have Monev--See Our Cash
It. It put out a tlehet whluh all agree
U extremely wcalf the poorest rep-
reHeiitatlven pomlble to gut from
amoi g the many good men in thudeiu-
Tin. Siaii. ("Ai'irAl. belleveH In moil-
grellsm In nothing Arguments aie
dents gohl-lliled open-faee watches full juwel I'lglu movement; guui-
anteed JO years
tlenls gold-lllled Hunting ease vuiteh Hlglu inoveuieut guaranteed U)
lients gold-lllled Hunting cane Hlglu or Wathain innvcineut; guaraii-
Iced in year
(leuts gold-filled Hunting ease Itoulcford movement; guaranteed '-'0 yrs
(lentHsollil gol'l Hunting ease alliaiu movement.
Mtiong lu the i ntlre history of polities Dents solid gold Hunting ease llamilen movement
against It The party vhlch puta out 'tt''s' "11'1 ""l''1 'V-'1" r 1Wal11'-1"1 l0V"t'S rnaranteel
. . . . . .' Ladles solid gold i.lgln or Wathain movements:
Its hist material for public places and .. Fll1(.v . wlU .hllillK ijiPlflliMS ()y
d 30 years
when a dishonest olllcial is found puts
j him to the Much fearlessly and
proinpll Is the b-st parly for the
people 'I hat is what the lepublleatl
party has done nnd will continue to
do. Theie will be no need of a elt
lens' party here when the icpubli-
on n city tlehet Is in the field
II III i Kl.lt Is a tull(crofel(Miieiii'e
Ingle. He gave Mime straight
at the citizens' meeting last
This U (leorge Washlngtoiis Itlrth-!
day. If this old patriot had not been
born when he was the fate f this I
country iu'kIiI have been very dllTer
eiit. .Some gi eat mind cipially poised
and courageous to a reinarltalile iii-'
gree was necessary to accomplish the S
UlscJithrallment of this country from and
the monarchical chains which
It. It was tleorge Washington and his
compatriots who Introduced
country the Idea that nublllt.
soul Is greater than nobility of birth: be woefully tdmllnr to at
that what men have been Is nothieg livelier told some truths.
kind ever since ltoyal blood counts
for nothing with the most sensible
people nowadays. The man who has
nothliiir to brair of but Ills ancestn
soon learns that he had
I. miles sollit gnlil watch chains otin
Ladles' solid gold set tings -great bargains
Ladles' Corsage .Sterling silver plusgreat bargains
llest 8-day chicks with alarm only
Ilcst viluy Onyx clocks only ...
Ilcst s-day .Marble ehieliM only
Ilcst -i-day Knamelcil clocks only
lingers llros best Iwitvcs and forks only per docn '
The New Home Hewing Machine guaranteed
Tim New Home dewing .Machine Drop head guaranteed
The Davis Sewing Machine guaranteed . ..
The Davis scwtuir Macliine Diop head guaranteed .
SI 8. 60
-si:k of it-
n and his night all of them in harmony with . T X T
Cnll and sec our stock Every thing for sale
I. ... . i.. yi t.
at they are everything. It was for republicans and the people gei)cr- j ' UlllC 1)11003. UaSll IS Wlial WC
Silica WHICH iroillllKii uir ii-iu.u- '!. iinii linn mini in u jiieiisiini lur- . . - . "til 1
nandhasbcenretolvtlonl.ingman.clbleway. ' ailU CaSU WC IllllSt liaVC. iW aiKl
! i .11.. i! U M(Cuiti) announces lu this
Issue as a candidate for police Judge
on the republican ticket The Colonel
better keep ban a record of acts well done politic-
his mouth shut Most of this sort are 'ly and lliuiiiclulh He was a lead-
conspicuous for the fact that their de- '"K business man of Illinois iiml repre-
scentwas so far and swift that the sented a pnpulous district In tho Illl-
fall knocked all their brains out. lols a' senate. II" came to Oklaho-
Washington was the mo&t superb " standing lilgh at his old home. In
composition of manhood that this
10-1 Oklahoma Ave.
country has ever produced. Ills Hie
has been a standing monument point
lug the young men of America t
can be accomplished fr....i tin . -i
est beginning. ' n.n ' "
termluallo'i o .inj-'se 1
Uudl'' .it- ' .a a boy
(luthile he has been a quiet business
man. He has been square with all
men He has it big brain and a goner-
us hcai t He is now bulldiDU- a large '
in 'ok block lie is a republican of the i
ti nirst lonvlctlous. Tlie Colonel
will make a strony race.
Is iilir tit. tWllll..l1.l ...lllll I .In
jl 'i i uilhlug to I . i i i f
n is till llllllll. (if .1 .1 llnli.b ritt n i.iiiiiII.
date for police judge lu C.uthrlc.
Among thu "wuh hostes" of ho re-
publican party In this oily and county
Judge Holes has always been at the
fore. He came from Arkansas where
republicanism Is purely a matter of
principle the smell of spoils never
entering Into It Holes Is a good law
er. and a man of easy and attractive
address He lias built here one of the
best houses lu the oily. Indicating Ids
fattli III (luthrle's future. .luilge
Holes will make a strong run at the
republican primaries ami if nominatrd
will have little trouble in doing up
(it stluttflute htm to the
f. attainable we would
.t in lis huiuli vtvuniN orirvings
life of Washington. No young man
cau read either of these and not real-
Ire that chance Is nothing ambition
persistence honesty and liberality of
It is unfortunate that more politi-
cians In this country are not like
George Washington If they were.
inoro men would be lu politics for i
love of home love of country and love
of their fellow men Instead of a rav-
enous appetite for honor and spoils
SeltlsUucfh has been the curse of every
country which has fallen by the way-
side. This country wav started on a
broad liberal basis of patriotism and
desire to elevate all mankind. We
have had a number of men lu public
places In this country blnce Washing-
ton's time who were fair reflections of
C.M BARNES SON
Fire Life Accident and
(xaKjKx Tornado Insurance.
Wo have prepared a full set of records and arc ready to furnish
:fiA.l3stx-Lcts Of rJ7tleB
To real property In (luthrle and Logan County we 0UKA.rKt abso-
lute cm redness of our Abstracts. Lawyers und others desiring
abstracts that can be relied upon should consult us. Conveyancing
National work and TvpBcrlpt promptly done.
On Logan County farms and improved el'y property
No. 30.' Oklahoma Avenue.
GEO. A. METCALF President.
M.L. TUPNER Cashlo
The Largest Nation..! Hank Oklahoma
Capital fully paid
In this 'svu: .ippoirs the announce-
ment of Judge Trcd .Miitgau for jus-
tice of the peace in this city. Judge
Morgan has tilled this otllce lu the
past to the satisfaction of all f peo-
ple He has proved himself to ' an
tho true greatness of the father of our ' utile lawyer and a man of calm honest
eountry. but such have been too few judgment He has not tiled eases
The people shouTd realle that It is ' which were groundless because there
Just as easy to find the most e.ilttd wcic a few dollars of lees in them but
characters for places of public trust lir.s carefully guarded the Interests of
as over though the times ami elreum- U-v county and upheld always the
stances are not present to produce lu strong right arm of equal and exact! '
all elciients men llki tleorge Wash-1 justice. Morgan's personal character T) l"") I 1 j i" T T r 1 1 1 r ' O
Ington. The nets of men ami not is us good as his public one. Thu poo-1 L 1 1 I 1 1 L) Ll O Lt r- O
ineir woros siiuiiiii uc uir ii;iuii kit ne kiiow iiim -acii ami umierstauil Ills
THE BEST IN THE CITY.
Illness for the oilice he tills His pop-
ularity will he demonstrated as It
should boon next Wedmsday when a
majority of the tcpuhlicaii party have
an opportunity ly ballot to see who
shall llll this olllce for the next two1
In this paper to-day appears the nn-
inuncement of J. W. Cottlnghain for
city attorney on the republican ticket
' Mr. Cottlngham needs little introduc-
tion to the people. He is well know n.
j nnt only lu (luthrle but all over the
territory lie Is marked as a leader
j among the young lawyers of dhhiho-
nn: viti.kss- MEirrixu
A good number of the best citizens
of Outhtiewere at that meeting last
night. Republicans some of whom
are now holding republican positions
surprised the audience by a tacit
dtclaratlou that the republican pane-
ls unfit to handle the reins of gineru-
meiit and that mougrellsm should
prevail. This is the platform on
which the people's party was organ-
ized and who thinks that that party
has done the country or mankind any
gooor i i.e repunncans wim maue mis lm Uo !s u t.0.mrt.r u. of thl.
declaration last night will learn to ' tHtorys ablest and best known law
their sorrow that 'chickens e.uue nr. Ills candidacy will not effect
to rooH." They should know that ts pni-inerelilp. Mr ( ottlngham has
dishonesty not republicanism Is re- wo mkvcm by labor and honesty of
sM)nsble for any peculations which ' )urm. N lulllt )ms cvtr tonehed
have been made under republican hu nall No.iturul oil has proved his
rule and that thu true republican will (1.sl lmnl Mul s-ored his mind
purge his party on the inside of it. not wltl ;ill )ri ....rv t u R(0( ttw.
on the outside of It. Some of these yvr ..rsotmlly he is popular and
men at that meeting last night may lu llU ruil. m .jomnnRtrnt tt while
the future be asking public olllce at h( u m.w lll0 oaMA t rf ho ha
the hands of tho republicans and then lnt elements essential to success
would perhaps like to swear that they j
1 ho Popular DrlnMnit Houso of tho City
Dcst Coods Mnndlod.
:5.1711th v 71X1) r SHK
Only tho vory
Vear 1 irst street
C. R. RENFRO
Wholesale and Retail
dealer in cIilirs toilet
articles pnints stat-
ionery and sundries.
never attended that citizens' meeting
ami declared that the republican paity
was a fnllure at the head of public
home democrats also declared that
the democratic party I unfit to man-
age public matters. This was a fact
tiol new to the people but those ilem-
ocraU win learn that If the democratic
parly Is Impure they had better purify
the family within tlir family. Some
of them ulso may vant to swear some
day that they never declared that the
democratic party is a dead failure.
Tin: staii: Capital understands
that this Is a country of frtc thought
und that every one of thoic gentlemen
'Ihr. I'Mlllil. Hill f. I.
Is one of the greatest successes scored
in yours by a similar organization
I'he opening number Is wry enjoya-
ble being well staged I'he siutrs.
jokeo etc are refreshingly new The
peclaltles are thu bct ever offered the
public. The young ladles who mawe
up the combination are handsome and
well formed costumed with good
taste 'I he groupings tableaux by
"living models" and marches are es-
pecial y worthy of commendation
I'he closing burlesque on "slnbad" Is
Don't miss seeing the four 1'reuuh
dancers diieet from the rolUes-ller-gere.
I'urlN. They are with Tannic
Hill's lllg llurlesinie company. Opera
house 1'rlday Teb S3.
ti 3 -5
e i s.
Gall and Get Prices! il
117 South 2nd Street
Opposite the I'owt olllce.
Four Ooort South of Old Stand.
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