Cashion Advance. and Oklahoma State. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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CASHION, OKLAkiOHA. - liURSDAV, JULY 5 iqo<>.
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T five years «-xp«-rifi ■
library in \\ r trru Oklal:
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Dr. Q. A. Nichols a. l How* rth and
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Bassett Ittdg Oklahoma City
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Kl! call answered pror, . ;
day or night.
OFFICE—North Main 51; .
f S. W. HOQAN, A. L.
! FIRST NATIONAL BAKK OFGASHION
Dues a General Banking Business
Money to Loan on Chattel
Or Commercial Paper.
| Notary hublic in Office- laxes Paid for Non-resid:;iits
S W. Hooan E. L. Welch
A. L. Ilousr.wobtii
W. E Wabwick
M. Hog an
The Ivtmbliug Act provides :Itr
capital of OUhdioiiKt .-hull 1101 !>«• |<>
uiatieuth located until after l'.'i:;. \s
our hiennial Legislative session.- tall
in the odd numbered years the si on
of H)li> will be th«; first with power to
provide a means to locate tlu- eap lal
In the meantime the leg: slat ure i 11
powred to appropriate 11: nicy for cap
ital buildings only as may lie m . .
sary for the convenience of public ' 1
incss- \s the legislature is itself to •
the judge of what it convenient or 111 c-
cosaary there is practiallv no limit to
appropriation for capital buildings
previous to the actual legal locatii u
of the capital.
When we consider that we have on
hand at the present time a number of
public iiistituti uis that have never
been slow o.' modest about asking tor
appropria1 urn - And further that the
Indian territory portion of the state
will certainly produce a brood of insti-
tutions that will "play the game as
they learn it." We can readih see
that Guthrie can easily "stand in with
the pool and win her hundred thousand
appropriation each session, so that by
11)15 she will have a half a millio of
the peoples money nailed down in
II Guthrie, so that when the peoples de-
f ierred right to locate the capital arrives
they will find the capital already local
tp and build
th broad idei
a chance to i
out t'\ " St'
upital along sane
uul wiih a • ««• ' f
■ i on t pi-
ii,mi shou 1
. ial. Tho com
v ie up of most
i>t'ii. At least
p t-.il Then let
t.tvns and cities
at le-i-sl tiv
1 hem pr
>ii v -11 ii*nce of dr..
l/'t toein pur .1
• i uare mi
•,l-c8 i :' the o
that summer dust, the stain of vaca-
0% tion travel, tc mbincd with the grease of pcrepiraticn, clog and
stillc the pci is. Kcip them clear and healthy, so that you
may look ruddy, fresh, and cool these August days.
POM P El AN
withdraws every particlc cf impurity from the pores—all the
way through —and I y gently exercising the.facial muscles
rounds them out to perfect development; blackheads and
wrinkles immediately disappear, leaving nothing but the natural
glow of health and cleanliness.
A FREE SAMPLE
and copy of the famous hook "A Treatise cn ? ' ««r p c v. >
given you if von call r.t < - r'
The Leading Druggists.
drain. Flour and Fo*d.
Also Boat McAlester C oal,
E.W. SIBLEY, LOCAL MANAGER.
While the scheme now 111
of apparant triumph look-
nice to the 15 thousand people i Guth-
rie; how does it look t: the 1;> huno.ed
thousand outside of this' town? And
these are they who will render a final
verdict 111 this matter.
This "lead pipe cinch" is considi red
by the able and eminent business
managers of Guthrie to be able manage-
ment, and the best of business policy.
Every one else can ;<ce that Guthrie
would be infinitely better off if this
card shap conspiracy had never been
hatched or even thought of; or if it
could be killed buried and forgotten.
15ut Guthrie will never be able to see
it until she is compelled to eat the bit-
ter fruitof the tree of her own planting
This capital clause was placed in the
enabling act ostensally for the purpose
of deferring a subject of discorc
more important matters could
tied, yet the capital light will color and
influence every political action
the formation of the delegat
til the final legal location.
In fact this fight demonstrates to the
people that the new constitution
should render a log-rolling appropria-
tion bill impossible, and should make
everyr appropriation stand ahum on
its own merits, and render them all
separately subject to the peoples refer
Guthrie has a number of able and
ambitious public citizens who could be
persuaded to fill places of public trust
and honor.—(I could pick timbei for
two governors out of a single block of
that town.) Yet this li^lit will render
it as impossible for Guthrie to furnish
a governor -<^it would be for Cashion to
furnish an inside sentinel to the Gates
The majority of the people of Guth-
rie arc honest straight forward and re-
liable, but unfortuately the manage-
ment of publi'-'affairs have drifted too
often into the hands of men without
character conscience or scruple, in
many eascc < > the discredit of the town
and the cstrangeinsnt of those who
would otherwise be her friends.
deners uud designers ot the
piun of an ideal city with parks oy th
plavjjruunds for the chiidrru with Oim.i
winding boulevards etc. Then .« t tin*
model City be auctioned of t«> tiie hi^'he
and th * proceeds after repaying to iii■ • i
tbecohcof the land be turned over to th.
the construction of pavement - u-vvaUs,v\
u lfpiiOne lines electric limits and street
00 owned and operated us municipal p
Let tne park be beauiilitt:, tet the the s
lineo with shade tree>; lei a I the acee:
modern eity life be provided out of this fu
ia^t dollar .s spent, including bcuuol house, etc., n
it is -uUijient lor all these purposes.
would realize for t&e municipality from
a.iou d iliai'a. It would lose u > one a
ti enable in - most beautiful city in new
ut and provided with modern accessor
si,*—a cuv of which every c.u/.eu of
11 be immensely proud and which
.ee of pilgrimage lor loVeis of tae
outiU 10 such a <
or tne oenelii of
red anions Ihou
ou^ut 10 OJiO.I.
11 ought to 0
I I W l
d U bi
runout oust,* - a 1
state wouiu be
d be a place of
juiui irtuu all th
iininuds and olin
fckud of the new stale ll
otherwise lost or cau
1 ne new s^alJ capita
people f the new slatt
ha ti os 01 the lowu boomer and the town lot
t a U e 1
igent. it ought to He made a beautiful, uappv,
utaUnful p'ace where U would be a delight to go,auti
wuere life wouid taKe on new meanings.
tiucti a city fouuded on audi a plan would have
!5J,UUJ u.baoiUuis i i-. I; o£ urn yearb. t'uc
piau >d worih irynig. Wuat say you tfeutlemau.
1 in: Peoples Progress, 6liliwai r.
v a spot.
Toe •ritfi- iji.-'l th • privele(;e of attendiuK
liiH nii ptioii nl Mctj*uiit* 111 tiullirie on July -ud.
Th ■ pav .a n in which it it was beld consist of a
1„ . arm of lauii lioored, uud roofed over; a part
,11 11 mished with seals uud the balance amply and
11:., ji iali. provied with standing roiim Oelehritir-
es were seated ou an unfinished sta^e which was
decorated with pictures, plants, Ilia's and scotlokl
iiiK- After prayer Judge Burford addressed the
people ami w..- followed oy Hon. Ciarenc • I) iu„'l,.s
of JluiKO^'ee «'.i 1 .• 1 .ilu/teJ tli • e r • n i ii'i,.
The dauiioK personal app -aronce of Mr. I) >u„' '
can uot be liglitely passed over. A form tall, grace-
ful and beautful; a head that might serve as a Mill-
iner's model, su.iinouuted by a halo of shining brown
hair waving ti kiii.inessj a complexion so exotic
aud impossible to the climate of Oklahoma that it
woi/ld be the joy of some damsel of Nob Hill. The
pure pallor of the face releived by a fetching
mustache and a killing Vandyke beard. Well groom-
ed uud tailor made, Clarence would do Oklahoma
proud in any Kuropean capital or Oriental Palace.
Uul whereever in- is sent he should be marked
'•Handle with cure . for it would be a pity to lose
the saw dust out of him
A few, very few of tli • pj jlie in en of Oklaho.m
are good looking, fewer still m'gnt on charged witu
being handsome; but Clarance is actually pretty,
pnivvbi than Leslie Kibltok or Hari^y Pent 100 .
(durance said to a candidate for Unit.'J Stat."
Senator. It mayo! that the m istletoe state wnl
edern th* hall ot 0 y nii Webester with • II If or
the vailev, but e -■ ic> ill have exchanged sj 11 >
wnai of his beauty for a n'thing of wisdom oeforj
the choice is finally made.
Uu' you never can tell how far a toad will jump
the length of nis tail. I'm* Curled Darling in.iy
have good leather 111 him aft"f all.
Mr. M' Unire in who^s* honor the meeting was
held uppi ared to "i j>iv tht OMMIs*. McUuire has
broadened and dev. oped wonderfully since lie was
elected to congres- I sliouid estimate tliat he iiao
gained ut least forty n mmi~.
Gov V'raui • is a bean . . id hearty looking young
man. These three ni.ise the turn out. They think
no further for a span of
but th.'y probably will.
that the people need lo
senators and u governor.
U want a
LJ wis ha
Lot of Groceries
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I'aok Tkkkitohiai Topics
m Sihk'y Mitt Pm i ink of Nsw York
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Itll l'ACi: Ivoc.\i,s
ClIt'K'i ll AND l,()l)iiK Dlk'IX tok'Ii:s
HKRNII AllDS ART IN DRKSS.
Jt'f.Y SECOND THE DAY
Tin-: Win ti Company
UY CON AN DOYf.E
p a <; E 1
111'EE TRUST METHODS.
ltu . In in Europe hes an area t t
2,000,000 hi]uure miles, '''his In 23 Unit's
the Kl/e of Greet Britain. Siberian
Kussla has an : rea of 5,000,000 square
Can come to s decision qu •> car
the woman who mmti the Ik t - om*.
The "Quirk Menl" Is the only
People who use s "fjulck Meal" knov.
how to cook u mrul quick and i t it '
comfort. ••Quick Mi-d" Stove* ! •
well,cook well, I *r w 1 i i in i * "
i'.w v eo«ld •" t ' r i -• better at my
price. #Tlu > u
A IMuii For A I'crinunciit Ciipltul
Congre^r in passing an nabling net for ti,.-
mlsalon of Oklahom lutojthe unloi depu ted from
its unsual cu«tom at the demand* of lobbyist • from
the haottt Ke ratlroud and loentetl the capital for
tevpo years so that It must stav ai (Juthrie ti' IBl:)
although there Is nothtug in the enabling act to pre
vent the location or the selection of a location for
the pormnent capital befor that time.
This presunts a goldou oppori unity for tben we
Hid than iny •Oitr ' ,,y
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11,1 ItH. «.«• HIS M.IAU. W|
Census Never Taken.
Ttie populattun of Morocio inn oaly
be KueHHcil. No eensiiH hn ever heeo ta-
ken. 'Hie liest R1<I >I< rltle: < sOmiila tll«
Inhatil :iis in nix Ut 7,.'.eu,l«l*
When New York Mad Slnvea.
In WushlnKton's time Iheru were
ji.3J4 uegro stavi - in New York
Cnnads'. Indian Bchools.
There are now 3011 ehools In Can
adu for IudiaiiH
who nuinlm Hi7.f,:i7.
Antiquity of Dliltntnys.
IllrthilayH tirnteil asluu«li|(4
M thu tliue ol tLc I ii i uolis.
Bumpers of Oil,
Mis. Rmltli Ou you think the moths
wilt get Into your furs this summer?
Mrs Close— I hope so; It's the oaty
way my husband will ever get nit a
uew «'t Detroit Free Prat*.
"Vmi ure i .-ni i esiful prophet," waj
siiilil "Will you tell us tho secret
"C'-rialnly," t'ie ■ irepllr ' ln" y
kindly tone. "As It la alwaya the VMM
pe. i' i ill.'I happens. I merely prophecy I
ii tn rloan spectator.
He Didn't Know.
A well-known business man ou re
turnliiK home one evening recent!
hearil his wife talking seriously to hi
small sun for answering back. Afte
listening awhile the man broke Int.
tho conversation, "My boy • salt J
"I want you to understand that I won"^
allow you to be Impertinent to
wife. That's one thing you must all
ways bear In mind." Ho was nl-"oif
staggered by the answor he got.
eiiBo me, father. I wouldn't have i n
swered her back If 1 hail knowr >ti|
was your wife!"—N. Y. Olobe.
"What lovely roses!" .he • lain.
"They're reirtiy sweet blushing Ameri]
"Tan," ho replied, coldly, "they'i
very probably bliuhlng it the prl.« thl
florist aski for them."—Phllsd. hi]
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Woodworth, M. F. Cashion Advance. and Oklahoma State. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1906, newspaper, July 5, 1906; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102900/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.