The State Democrat. (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 271, Ed. 1 Monday, June 20, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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The State Democrat,
Daily and Weekly.
Entered at the Lawton Post Of
fiee as awonil class until matt"'
itagin to bawl for Lawton.
i ti J. Franklin
waa in Cacbe /•?-
It's no longer "Oklahama Topic* 'and
"Indian Territory Topiokt;" Oklahom*
oo?«r, I Kith territories so fur Mthe topic
writers are concerned.
tsiabliKhwl Jul* I'M*'
BOvKD Of DIRECTORS
G. H. BLOO*. —
H. A. HUB *RI>.
T. M. Bixnr,
0am G Humphreys,
I The KUte Ci nl l would lead one to
_ believe that a political turmoil is con-
tinually going on in this county among
the democrats, when as a matter of fact
President we are just as peaceable as any county
Vice-President in the territory.
Sec and Treas.
P. L. St. Clair,
8am 0. >1 UUI'HKKYS,
T. M. Buhy, Associate
W. F. K no:.
Corn is so green and growing sa fast
' that it looks black and cotton Is an av
, , 1 erage of sit inches high, muoh of it
_ 1 j chopped out to a stall i. The season may j
be late but crops do not indicate that
the lateness counts for much.
Dr. W. N. Hurst cams in yesterday
Postmaster C. Lincoln McGuire came
in this morning from Waurika.
Carl Flitch, of
city shaking hand
i, is in the
Editor Arthur Wa. jams up from
Temple this morning to v sit our city.
P. D, Anderson and son, Guy, re-
turned yesterday from their mint mine
Official Paper ofl the City and County
Weekly One Year,
Dail? • "
For Probata JudKoa
W. H. Hussey
For County Attorney
8. M. Ounnin^h itn
For County Olerk
lU>8s M. Houston
Kiley S. Smith.
Far Kef l> « r of Deed#
,J Robert 0 tUam.
F6r County8 u perl n ton dent
K. B Nelson.
Or. M alcorn.
Far Wet«h *r
J. 0. BaUer.
©r (Jounty Surveyor
S. A. Joyn«r
1 'oanuiasiohht of North District
W. O. Wearer.
CommitHionor Central District
J. W. Martin.
Gemuiiseionor South District
B. V. Hall.
Vods tablet City of Lawton
J. N. McMannU.
Billy R. Monran.
^ustioe# of Peace City of Lawton
M. T. PerklOM
The dirt being dumped into thb low
places on North Boundary is the begin-
ning of much improvement for that
popular driveway. The city laws pro-
vide for the making of that street level
to grade and the planting along it of
trees and shrubbery.
July 95—Oklahoma City to nominate
candidate for Delegate to Congress.
We are authorized to announce the
aim of Scott Ferris, of Crosby town-
ship, as a candidate for the office of
Representative the 22nd Legislative
District, subjsot to the action of the
We are authorised to announce C. C
Nelms, of Mangan township, as a can-
didate for the office of representative for
the 22nd legislative District subject to
the action of the democratio convention.
Ten men killed, seven injured: 3.Q00
head of cattle killed and 40,000 barrels
of ten year-old rye spilled was the effect
of an explosiou in a distillery in Peoria,
111., last week. Alkali of Houston Post
fame will plesse take note.—Richardson
We nevar let no booze git that old
round us. Them cattle thet are film'
drunkards' graves terdav are film' 'em
because tliet booze was (lermitted tergit
too ol'. Booze always gits explosive
when its kep' too long. Thet is we
think it does; but we never kep'any a
great while —Alkali Eye
Hail stones a.s large as a saucer, is the
way a report reads from Lawton, Ok.
That beats "hail stones as large as hen
Still there are sometimes hailstones,
or a conglomeration of hailstones, as
large as a saucer, or even larger. Now
and then a mass of the kind falls in a
lump, and in some instances the mass
when gathered together, 'ter it is
brokeu by the fall, will make something
like half a bushel of ioe—enough to
make a freezer of ice cream—Dallas
Wouldn't that make a hen's egg feel
ashamed of itself —Ft. Worth Record.
Postmaster and Mrs. J. T. White rn
turned yesterday after a visit to the
World's Feir city.
For Kent—A nioe large oool down-
stairs, south front room, well furtush-
ed. Fine table board. Corner Avenue
A and Third street.
The park and school board will give
permission to dump stable manure
on the school and publio parks
This will save persons removing the
same from hauling a long distanoe to
the city dump grounds. For permis-
sion apply to Park Board or school
J. D. Ramsey,
Chairman Park Board.
Messis. Shults and Sandlin came in
from their homes in the south part cf
the oounty this morning.
Rev. J. T Jenkins departed for Kan-
sas City this morning after holding a big
revival in our city.
Messrs. Hinkle and Landers, who sold
the Goo Goo meat market to B. F. Colly
on Friday departed yesterday for Utah.
M.s Lena Newberry, formerly of the
Farmer's Hotel, is now located at 211 C
and invites boarding patronage. 271 3t
Miss Carrie Richards has returned
from Tonkawa where she has been
visiting relatives since the close of her
The Ladies Guild of St Andrew's
church will meet Tuesday afternoon at
three o'clock with Mrs. Phillips, 4th
and D Avenue.
Sheriff Peal returned to Karnes
County, Texas, yesterday with the Mex
ican who was being held here on the
charge of murder.
R. G. Bell, a prosperous farmer living
in Hulen township, is in the city today
on business. He states that he has
twenty-two acres of tine cotton.
HOMESEfcKfRS 10 VISIl OKLAHOMA.
Thm week the regular monthly visita
tion of homeseekerH will arrive in Okla-
homa. They will come on all lines of
railway and will look over the various
sections and cities of the territory for
homes, farms and locations for various
industrial enterprises. I'he prospect
that will be spread before them will be
of surpassing eloquence and the result
can be foreseen. A great many of them ]
will at once decide to stay in Oklahoma.
The others for the greater part will de-
cide to come back as soon as they can
arrange their affaire.
Tlc number of homeeeekers who will
visit Oklahoma this week will be greater
perhaps than in several months The
railway men have received notice from
their agents in the east and farming
states of the north that the number < I
people who are arranging to visit Okla
homa this time is 111 excess of former
TLo opportunities that are offered by
Oklahoma cities to ihe prospective
settlers are numheriew. But the cities
must show the visitors what thoy have
to offtr. The people who come to Okla-
homa looking for locations are anxious
to be shown. The people of Oklahoma
who Oesire to induce the establishment
of factories, industrial enterprises, and
other .nings foi the benelit of their
communities must show as much in-
terest in the matter as the others who
have come to see.
t Juno 20,
Collins Lena B Miss
Campton Fannie K Miss
Herley Mamie Miss
Root George B Mrs
Shaw Gussie Miss
Tompson Myrtle Miss
Whalen Resa Miss
Eckles J H
Ellis E J
Fitz W E
Frampton Geo H
Grey O W
Hurley Horace J
Lipshitz L 2
McClanaban Eugene 2
Otto E L 2
[ Preston Roy
Riddle D C Rev
Morley & Williams
J. T. White, postmaster.
Mrs. W. W. Andrews and children
will return tomorrow from Fort Worth
where they have been visiting revatives
and friends for a few weeks.
James Menifee, of Caddo county,
candidate from this senatorial district,
is in the city today shaking hands with
his friends and getting acquainted with
P. G. Fullerton, of the Mutual Land
and Loan Company, received a telegram
from North Dakota announcing the
death of his brother-in-law and he left
on the first train.
The acme of the art of making laun-
dry soap is Pow Wow. 7 bars for 25c.
Thrown From a Wagon.
Mr. George K. Babcock was tnrown
from his wagon and severly bruised. He
applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely
and says it is the best liniment he ever
used. Mr. Babcock is a well known
citizen of North Plain, Conn. There is
nothing equal to Pain Balm for sprains
and bruises. It will effect a cure in
one-third the time required by any
other treatment. For sale by all drug-
To Owners or Kee|iers of Dogs in the
City of Lawton.
The Dog Ordinance is in full force
A. El. HAMMONDS.
Commercial and] Corporation
HAMMONDS BROS, k CO..
investment Srcun *4«*.
S. 1). RANKIN, the former proprietor of the Strother
House having opened up a hotel three doors west of th«
old Strother hotel uuder the name of the Rankin Hotel and
he wishes to thank his friends for their liberal patranage
and wishes tbem to continue the same under the new
name. 325 E Avenue.
Report of Condition of
Rejiort of the Condition of the
Citizens State Bank First National Bank.
in the Territory of Oklahoma, at the
close of business June 2nd. 1904.
Loans and Discounts 139,310 39
Any person having a dog on their Overd-.afts, secured and
premises without tag, as presibed by
ordinance 104, is subject to a tine of not
less than eight dollars [$S.]
Call phone 85, police headquarters,
and all your worthleis doga will be
killed and removed.
Approved: City Marshal.
W. M. Turner,
secured 1,001 53
Stocks, Bonds, Wuiran's, eto 1,173 57
Banking House, Real Estate,
Furniture and Fixtures. 7,4fi2 33
Other Real Estate Owned 5,000 00
Cash and Sight Exchange .... 9,084 29
CHAMBERLAINS STOMACH AND
LIVER TABLETS BETTER
THAN A DOCTORS
Mr. J. W. Turner, of Truhart, Va.,
says that Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets have done him more good
than anything he could get from the
doctor. If any physician in this country
vas able to compouu^ a medicine that
would produce such gratifying results in
cases of stomach troubles, biliousness
or constipation, his whole time would be
used in preparing this one medicine.
For sale by all druggists.
Mrs. OUie Wardwell, of Oklahoma
City who is Grand Matron of the
Eas . ar and who meets the local
chapter tonight, spent Sunday with her
friend, Mrs. Crittenden.
Miss Rosa Harl, an efficient employe
of the State Democrat for almost a year,
left toaay for Salem, Oregon, which
place she will make her home. The
State Democrat joins her many friends
in the city in wishing her muoh success
in her future home.
Quanah Parker and 700 of his fol-
lowers will celebrate the 4tli at Snjder.
The Rednien will engage in Indian
ames, races, bow Bnd arrow contests,
dances and other amusements.—Cache
Mrs. J. J. Perkins left this morning
for her home at Decatur, Texas, after
an extended visit with her parents,
Judge and Mrs. J. T. Johnson. She was
accompanied home by her sister, Miss
Mary Lew Johnson, who will visit that
point during the summer.
We acknowledge giving more good
soap for the same money than foreign
manufacturers. Try Pow W iw, 7 bars
for 25 cents. 200 d-w-lw
A pair of gold spectacles betweeu
Second and Third. Laave at this office
and receive liberal reward. 266 St
M. M. DUNCAN, Pension Attorney
Strawberries 52.25 per crate.
ttlsiUberries $200 per crate.
for putting up purposes at W. S. Can'
non's The season will soon be over.
Half dozen cabinet photos given away
at Dunham's studio for a few days.
Corner Avenue C and Second Street.
Logston Jfc Cline. 268-d4t-w2t
Total 63,662 11
Capital Stock Paid in >25,000 00
Undivided Profits, Less Ex-
penses and Taxes Paid 130 78
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check 24,611 33
Time Certificates of Deposit 2,920 00
Bills Payable 7,000 00
Total 63,662 11
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Co-
I, F. W. Smith, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement true and that
said bank has no other liabilities and is
not endorser on any note or obligation
other than that shown in the above
statement, to the best of my knowledge
and belief so help me God.
F. W. Smith,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 18th day of June.1904.
Frank L. Ketch,
My commission expires July 29 1905
G. F. H. Barber, )
Jno. II. Porter f- Directors.
W. F. Barber )
At Lawton, in the Territory of Okla-
homa. at the close of business June
Loans and discounts 55,728 IW
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2,2iH 51
U. S. Bonds to Secure circulation 10,000 00
Premium on U. S. Bonds 7H7 50
Bonds, Securities, etc 30,343 75
Bankinir house, furniture and .
fixtures 11,4(10 901
Due from other National Banks (not
reserve agent) 15,756 SO
Due from State Flunks and Bankers 10 I0H 05
Due from approved reserve agents 9.599 Ofl
Checks and other cash Items 1,177 34
Notes of other National Banks 2,014 00
Fractional paper currency, ntoklea
and oents 3(1 30
Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, viz:
Specie 9,305 50
Legal tender notes 9,305 50
Redemption fund with TT. S. Treas-
urer (5 per cent of circulation 500 00
Now is the time to get fine photos at
ijunight i Rice.
207 d w lw.
Capital stock paid in
Undtved profits, less expenses and
Nat'onal Bank notes outstanding
Due to State Bank and Bankers
Individual deposits subject to •
check 87,191 91
Demand certificates of
deposit 5,747 HI
Time certificates of deposit ..3,142 00
Certified checks 3IW 50 j
Cashier's checks outstanding .4,250 00 97,700 03 \
Bills payable, including certificates
of deposit for money liorrowed 14,l(i0 25
Total 158,991 74
Territory of Oklalioma, 1 „
County of Comanche, i
I. Guy 0. Robertson, Cashier of tho above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the abovo
statement Is true to the best of my knowledgo
and belief. OUY C. ROBERTSON.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
15th day of June 1904.
0. P. M, BUTLER, Notary Public.
My commission expires July 35, 1905.
t Geo. M. Paschal,
Directors < I' . S. Meradltli,
' W. II. Qulnette.
The general public is cordially invited
to attend The Second Annual Cotnmen
cement of the Lawton Business College
at the opera hall, Friday June 17 1904
at 8:30 p. m
An excellent program will be render-
ed by the students. There will be
twelve graduates. College Flowers and
Button Hole Bouquets may be had at
Here in Contest Inaugurated
The Home Merchants Library Association
Mrs' Fain's Recital
Mrs. J, A. Fain, one of the progressive
and must prominent instrumental music
teachers in the city, will have a re-
cital at the opera hou^e Thursday night.
1 The program will consist of selections
Oklahoma is this season the synosure I by ber pupils The public is invited to
of the eyes of the homesoeker and in-
vestor. There is no olber section of the
country that holds out to the man from
the north the same line uf alluring in
ducements that is exteuded by Okla-
homa Meet the excursionists this
week and help them to realize that their
hope lies inOklatioiua to buy farms and
build factories.—State Capital.
attend this recital.
Have you tried Pow Wow Laundry
Soap? If not why not? Its the best,
its the cheaiiest. Ask your grocer for it.
Pow Wow is a combination of vege-
table oils and naptha and we guarantee
it to do more work and better work than
other soaps that cost more, 7 bars for 25c
Figure it out yourself. It costs 48c
per box to pay freigtV. on laundry soap
from other states into Oklahoma. Who
pays it? Not you if you buy Pow Wow.
7 bars for 25c, all grocers. 266 lw
A teacher in the institute tells t! at
be ^ave the following sentence to i ne
of her small boys to punctuate: "By the
cat's jumping over the table, the pic
was overturned." He hastily answored,
"I'd make a dash after tho pie." Thete
was another teacher who gave a similar
* litence for punctuation that contained
the word girl. It was given to a sixteen
year old lad who immediately said, "I'd
make a dash after the girl."
Goods made in Oklahoma are best and
cheapest, for instance you used to get 6
bars of laundry .soap for 2oc. Now you
get 7 bara if you buy Pow Wow.
(i lodnight A Hu e, photographers over j
the postofflee, took the picture of the
normal institute after general exercises.
It was made in two sections in order
that every face will show clearly in tho
cuts that will be used in the State
Democrat educational number.
b Per Cent Interest.
The Citizens Bank allows 6 per cent
interest on time certilioates. 260 d Jfc w.
>,<" '">'// //,n,,„1
Waterworks, sewers, court house, jail,
school bull lings, bridges—these are all
at band and it is with pleasure that they
are welcomed. But we will also be glad
a-viitj. IjalL., ... r
For sick headache take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Uiver Tablets and a quick
cure is certain. For sale by all
If your watoh lies call oil us, we will
make it tell the truth to the second and
at little cost, Clifford, 227 C. 265-tf
If you need money see Clifford, 227 C.
Goodnight k Rice are making a big
reduction on photographs for a short
time. Special rates to Normal students.
Over.<>ost ot}ice. 267-d w lw
On Sale Day Only
Good forlreturn leaving St. Louis
up to June 30th.- ,
Where everything in the meat
line is tirsto class.
The Merchants whose names appear below, having formed themselves
into what shall be known as the Home Merchants Library Association, are
now i-suing coup ins, on for each 10 cent purchase, whereby one of the most
complete and, magnificent libraries of good and up-to-date books will be
Absolutely Given Away
to the Church, Society, or organization, which secures to its credit the
largest number of votes. The books have already betn purchased and are on
exhibition in the show window of J. W. Hill. They consist of 450 volumes
and are worth #1,000. The complete list may be seen and examined at the ^
store of any of these merchants.
Names of Merchants in Home Merchants
Library | Association.
W. Hill, Dry Ooods,
Jones Bros., Druggists,
J AV. Wolverton, Hardware.
Gal yon & Brown, General Mdse.
Mct 'redie Hardware Co.,
Model Drug Store,
s. Mittentnal, Dry Goods.
G. W. Williams & Son, Furniture,
Goodnight & Rice, Photographs,
.1. w. Bozmsin, Transfer,
Mrs. Caldwell. Millinery.
II. K. Julliri, Abstract, Co.,
Lawton Ice and Fuel Co,
.1 K. l)yche, Hardware,
The Dixie. Clothing Store,
Yieldii g Produce Co.
Dunn & Son, Furniture and Undertaking
E. A. Gray, Grocerie s,
J. U. Beaver, Meat Marktt,
Hubbard Dry Goods Co.,
Kimball Hardware Co.,
Boston Store, Dry Goods,
Tliornhill Bros., Hardware,
Central Book Store,
Will M. Buell, Paints,
O. 1C. Coal Yard,
A. R. McLennan, Druggist.
A. and I. Felsenthal, Clothing,
J. D. Hardin & Co. Groceries,
G. W Broe, Hardware,
W. T. Fuqua, Transfer,
Howe& Spetice, Groceries.
Bach Coupon Occuring in the daily and Weekly .State Democrat Entitles the
Holder to TWO VOTKS IN THE CONTEST.
We are very se.dom
out'' of fresh tish.
Prompt Free delivers.
Contest Closes August 20. 1904
Contest not limited to the city. Any School Distric1. Town, or any Society
contained therein is entitled to engage in the Contest.
Lawton Market, Voting Today and Keep it up.
Oupa. City Hall:
'crat each Saturday nUUt and the results announced In the Issue ofjthe piper
the following Monday.
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