The Daily Times-Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 224, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 11, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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jfcfigfcNS cf*21 fa Las v en lag Vawr.-~Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Ooch'. rcsulenceii i/> rent. Apply
to 11. Fuller. 7-11
For pump repairs, go to 1'arker,
southeast Cor. Grand ave. and Santa
Fe B. K. 8-tf
Dr. Mcllvaln'i office Is now over the
Times-Journal office, opposite the
Grand Avenue hotel. 17 lm
To Ubnt—100 acrea of pasture land
near the city. Call on or address
Samuel Murphy,Oklahoma City, O.T,
If you want a nice fitting suit of
clothes made in the latest itylcs, call
on J. M. Traub, on east side of liroad-
was. 28 tf
It not only is so, it mu9t be so,
One Minute Cough Cure acts quickly,
and that's what makes it go. Scott
OBIeld Bros., Ill Robinson Street
Market, always keep the choicest
fresh and salt meats, poulty and (lib.
Call and see us. tt tf
Horses for sale or trade for wagon,
harness, or buggies, one phaeton for
sale at C. Ilast's 2nd Hand and pawn
store, 117 Grand ave. 6-6
Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder
Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair, San Francisco.
See IOmerlck's Transfer Co. for all
kinds of heavy freight and baggage
•.I'r'tug. Office under First National
bank. Telephone No. 83
and lot of farm tools, also 2 milch
cows, will sell cheap for cash. In-
quire at 6^ Broadway.
Telephone Charley Frost, No. 32, or
Ko to No, 2, Main street, If you want
to get the beot coal In the market-
either lump or nut.
A cough Is an easy thing to cure
If taken In time. It Is dangerous to
neglect one for any length of time.
Dr. Simmons Cough Syrup Is guaran-
teed. Fifty cents a bottle.
0;lab Jones, Heseklah Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties of Dr.
Simmons Cough Syrup. Sample bot
ties free. Satisfaction or money re-
Aonie High Patent.
A high liver with a torpid liver
will not be a long liver. Correct the
liver with DeWitt's Little Karly
llisers, little pills that cure dyspepsia
and constipation. Scott & Oo.
Why, Dr. Simmons Cough Syrup Is
the cheapest, it Is the only cough rem-
edy giving 60 doses for 50 cents,
Money Is refunded If not uenetttted or
satisfied. Try It. Ask your druggist
for a sample bottle.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
WorWl Fair Highlit Medal and Diploma.
Soothiug, healing, cleansing, De
AN itt's Wich llazol Salve ije enemy
to sores, wounds and piles, which it
never fails to cure. Stops itching
nnd burning. Cures chapped lips
and cold-sores in two or three hours.
Scott & Co.
When you go to your grocer ask for
the Acme Flour, don't let him con
iluce you that an inferior Kansas
Hour is just as good as the Acme, for it
is not, as will be clearly demonstrated
when your breao is made. Ask your
grocer for Acme flour and take no
I can furnish the best tested var-
ieties of peaches, apricots, plums,
cherries, Japanese persimmons, ana
apples. Specimem treeB can be seen
at the Cash Crocery, north of post-
olUce. J, H. Ellis.
J. W. Pierce, Republic, la., says:
"I have used One Minute Cough
Cure in my family and for myself,
with results so entirely satisfactory
that I can hardly find words to ex-
press myself as to its merit. I will
never fail to recommend it to others,
on every occasion that presents it-
self." Scott & Co.
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tirtar Powder. Alt
tom Ammonia, Alum or ny other aduItnWlt,
40 rim THI STANDAUk,
W.H.Thorne was In Guthrie to-
W. K. Mclutire of Choctaw L< in
the city today.
J. A. Nicholson of Miller, O. T , Is
In the cltr.
Macgregor Douglas went to Te-
cumseh this morning.
Howard M. Cravens is down from
Guthrie on business.
A very large acreage of oats has
been sown in this county.
Cal Procter, ; Bill Ivery and J. W.
Daniels of Choctaw are in the city
Capt. W. F. Higgle Is down from
Glrard, Kansas, on a short business
H. R. Mitchell left today for New
Orleans where he expects to stay a
Mrs. J. O. Blakeny and daughter
May. of Shawnee, are visiting tela-
John Selman, of El Paso and a
member of the Texas rangers was in
the city yesterday.
L. P. Cramer, R. N. McConncll
and Louis Kerker came frcm a trip
to Chandler last night.
G. W. Morgan leaves tonight for
Marion county, Illinois, where he ex-
pects to remain for six months.
Mrs Lottie Hodge who has been vis-
iting her sister, Mrs. Boyle, returned
to her home In Wynnewool today.
Wm. B. Nesbltt of Council, and
Jacob Huller of Edmond, made tlnal
proof In the land office here today.
A caucus of free homes congress-
man was held last night, but noth-
ing has yet been heard as to tne re-
J. W. Pullin in the district court
today was fined and paid $55 for
giving a mortgage on properly he
did not own.
Mr. C. G. Jones writes that he
was not able to see the president
either on Saturday or Monday, but
had been promised an interview for
James Black, brought here from
Carthage, Mo., on a writ of removal
and charged with perjury was fo"nd
guilty today in tie district court but
has not been sentenced yet.
J. W. Kverets, formerly with the
Choctaw here and until recently em-
ployed with them at Shcwnee, passed
through here last night going to
Wichita to make that his home.
Mr. Overholser is putting in stone
gutters in front of the opera house.
The city administration Uas been
working for a year to get Main and
Broadway, but have not succeeded
The attention of stockbreeders is
called to Mr. Chas, H. Grady's notice
of his fine stallion and jacks Those
who wish ,to correspond with Mr.
Grady should write him at Oklahoma
Horace Speed passed through ti e
city today enroute to El Reno, where
he will take part In the cattle tax case
which involves the validity of the law
taxing property in Indian reserva-
Mrs. Harry Simpson who has been
the guest of Mrs. C. T. Chappel the
past two weeks, returned tb s morn-
ing to her home near Edmond. Sue
will go to Illinois on a visit in April
to remain all summer.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will
serve dinner at their rooms on Grand
avenue on Monday, March 16ll>,
Everybody are cordially invited
The ladies know what is ntce and
Ijood and expect to serve of their
nest. Patronize them.
The Interest In the evangelistic
meetings being held in the M E.
church, corner of Robinson and
Fourth street U increasing. R, v
Brooks slogs at each service. Preach-
ing every night this week at 7:3^,
Prayer meeting at 12:30 p m every
day All are cordially Invned to all
of these meeting*. J.T. Kilkv,
Bill Raldler, charged witu partici-
pating in the Dov.ir hold up ou the
Rock Island last winter, is iu the city
today In charge of Deputy Marshal
Overbay from Guthrie, en route to
Enid, where Haider Is being taken f r
some cause or other, perhaps for trial,
Haider Is a small, Intelligent looking
young man, who has two fingers off, ;
and It Is said that during the hold up
In which three of his pals were killed,
a ba'l from a Winchester struck and
broke two of his tinkers so badly that
while riding away he t ok his knife
and cut off the broken fingers and j
threw tbem away.
UatLs ift cants u 1. the C«aud Avonu«
barber «h(fp. 4 tf
Ki>r sewing machine rupairg and
supplies, go to Paikir's 8-tf
1 uiiiisiie.1 front room (!) per
[ ino.ilii, 327 Ki-nn atuiiu-v 22 ti
fkou't foi^et thrt "Or ttige Ten nl
the lt:iplisl church Friday evening.
The ladles of the Un| tl«t • hurcb
will hold « fair, April 22 Place
Gill-edge d ilry products for sale at
the creamery. Butter, buttermilk,
sweet cream, etc. 19 dtf
First class wages to n tirat-class
girl to do general h mse work. Apply
at 424 Grand av.rnue. 11 3
By spteial request the "District
Skule" has been postponed until after
Easter. Date will bcglveo later.
Wantkd to Sell.—The best piece
of real estate in town for the money.
N. N. Miller, No. 11 Grand Ave.
For Sale—A tlve-acre tract one
mile from city. Fine building site.
Apply to or write C. C. Ditmer. 18 tf
Mr. G. Chluoweth anil Mr. M. Bav
g#ss, the prominent horfe docto-s of
the territory. Call at their office two
and a half miles west of the city.
"Give me a liver regulator and I
can reguiate t he world," said a ge
nius The druggist handed him a
bottle of DeWitt's Little Early Risers,
the famous little pills. Scott & Co.
Mrs. Nellie Markham, the French
Dressmaker, Una opened a dressmak-
ing establishment at No. 130 First
street. Perfect fit guaranteed and
prices to suit the times. Please give
me a trial. 2uim
One Minute Cough Cure touches
i he r.ght spot. It also touches it at
the right time if you take it when
you have a cough or cold. See the
point? Then don't cough. Scott & Co.
What Is It? A cure for coughs,
Croup, whooping cough, hoarseness,
9ore throat, and all bronchial afflic-
tions of the throat, chest and lungs.
50 doses for fiftv cents. Money re-
funded If fails to give satisfaction, we
mean Dr. Simmons Cough Syrup
Quick In effect, heals and leaves no
scar. Burning, scaly sklo eruptions
qulcaly cured by DeWitt's Witch
Haiel Salve. Applied to burns, scalds,
old sores, it is magical In effect. Al-
ways cures piles. Scott & Co.
No cure, no pay. This Is all we have
to say in recommending Dr. Simmon's
Oougli Syrup, and for 50rents60 do-es.
My friends give it atrial. Manufac.
tured by A. C. Simmons Jr., Med.
Co., Sherman, Texas.
Don't invite disappointment by ex-
perimenting. Depend upon One Min-
ute Cough Cure and jou have Imme-
diate relief. It cures croup. The
only bareness remedy that produces
Immediate results. Scott & Co.
All members and friends of the Ep-
wortb League of the M. E. Church
South, are invited to attend the social
at Mrs R. D. Blakeaey's, 414 W.
Seventh street, Thursday. Tills will
be an evening devoted entirely to
amusement. Young and old come and
erj >y yourselves. 11 2
The Mulhail basebsll team crossed
bats yesterday with Millwater on the
diamond at Mulhall. The game was
close and exciting. It was notody's
game up to the ninth Inning; but the
boys went lo work and scored a vie
toiy for Mulhall to the tune of .1 to 2.
An 8t ' a t ve feature or the game was
the skillful pitching of both Henry
and E. J. Bevis.
The peach trees began to bloom oo
March 14,1894, and on March 25, 1895.
On March 28i h and 29 b, 189), a snow
and sleeti destroyed most of the fruit,,
the thermometer falling to 19 above
zero. On May 25th of the same year
t e fr.,'t nipped all of the val ey corn,
but did not, injure the fruit. The
spring of 1894 was so unusually cold
that a recurrence of that kind of
weather U not expected this year.
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Mrs. J. G. Street and Mrs. Horace
Wilson came back from Shawnee last
night where they have been visiting
the past week.
Judge Harper issued license to
wed today to Geo. G Nicholson,
aged 25, and Miss Laura liosecranp,
aged 18, both are prominent and
highly respected young people of this
county Mr. Nicholson is the son ot
J. A. Nicholson, a prominent farmer
living near Miller, (J. T.
On Monday, March ltith the W.C.
T. U. of the south district will hold
their annual convention in this city.
The convention will be held in their
room9 on Grand avenue. Mrs.
Haines of Kansas will be present and
will lecture at night in one of the
churches of the city. Place given
Furnished rooms for rent; corner
of First and Broadway. Mrs. M, B.
Judge Stewart of Scuth McAlester
was in the city yesterday. He has re
cently returned from Washington and
it was rumored here that he had been
sent to Washington to work against
the Sapulpa railroad bill. He stated
emphatically that he had not worked
against the bill. Judge Stewart be-
lieves that the president will allow
the bill -to become a law, as he re
cently stated that he would allow bills
with backing to become laws
Measure our dry goods stock by
any rule that computes excellence,—
Oklahoma City has no duplicate.
Nor has Oklahoma territory. It re-
miins for us to develope the perfect
dry goods store and we will try to
meet expectations—to heat them if
we an. More room. New salespeo-
ples. More and better facilities for
doing business right, are plans for
the immediate future. And its all
for the enjoyment and use of Okla-
homa people, city and country, res.
tdent, or visiting, and we say—"take
time to see all." The better you
know this store the nvjre helpful it
wilt be to jou. McGlinchey.
The Morgan stallion "Young Sov-
ereign. " and Jacks "Black Knight"
and "Hoosier John," formerly owned
by W. K. lireene, will make the sea-
son of 18^6 at my farm on southeast
quarter section 2a, T. 11, B, 5, Cana-
dian county. Terms. #6 for Sovereign,
$7 each for jacks, to insure colt to
Pasture with running water at rea-
sonable rates. Not responsible for
All Indebted to W. K. Greene for
«ea-on of 1895 will And books in my
bands for collection.
13 w8 Chas. H. Grady.
The Active Principtf
MA li K ET llEl'ORT.
The market, quoratlons below are
furnished and c irrfCted daily by the
Oklahoma Grain >tud Live Stock com-
pan , N'i. 10 Brcadway,
11. C. MCCOKMICK,
Wheat—No. 1, 75c.
M illet—3( @25(a>40c.
i a, (J. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
moerlnr to nil other*
Call at Tim is-Journal office for
chattel mortgage blank*.
Is t'-4 p-or-jf ropf'i'-nfiori to health
which < Sarsapuri .i givcB.
"It gives m*
picture lo recom-
tcczii\ Hood's Bcrsa-
parilla. IL has cared
me of many cora-
plalnls, and puri-
fied my blood,
was troubled with
my liver, had hip
d:. j?rr:e and other
. troubles, with fwell-
j in ; c f n;y angles.
^ / >:> For a long tim«J
cane. For several
ycnrnl was gradual-
breaking down. I hud tho grip in a
pevere form. I proc.i- d six bottles of
Hood's Harsaparilia nnd it built me up.
My recovery 1 o *. o to liood's Banaparilla.
All my ilU have gone aud I feel like a
!;c^v i '•* " (>n. I sleep well and eat heartily."
MK£. .iAiti^OTriJ KEiiLY, Hay wards. C'aL
I* t c only t-nn blood pnriflerprominent-
ly t i Um puUla ey« today. Try It.
r -. , ., cure habitant constlpa.
riOOa .3 i. 1.1.' tiou. Frice 25c. por box.
Free Shade Trees.
J. M. McCornack has on his farm a
large number of trees suitable for
planting for shade. Those who desire
to plant can get tbem without cost, by
calling on him 8 i.f
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
A. P. T. L.
i>,e American Protective Tariff Leagu«
s n '3'ional organization advocating
P'| tec!:on to American Labor and
tmuMry " a explained by its constitu-
ion. as follows i
T obiact of thia Lsa^ua shall be to proteot
-enr i«t ' - by a tar.ff on importi. which thall
j- ..■ • . ie.-uri American industrial products
st "y* compaction of foreign labor.'7
There r# no personal or private
«of its in connection with the organiza-
oand it is sustained by memberships
"O' ;• -t>utions and the distribution of it
► t-.Sr Correepondence ie •olielted regarding
V* bership " and "Official Correspondents "
SCTOND We need and welcomeoontributiona.
*•*1 email or large, to our oauee.
r m i R o W« publish a large line of dooumen««
o «-.ng all phaaee of t-h# Tariff q. #stion. C.t.m-
sot will mailed to any addrase for 50 ce'>
FOURTH 9sn(| r^atal request for Tf*#
.•mp'e oop« of thi " American Eoonomut "
Aud—M Wilbur f WiVeman, CUr rtl
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