The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 25, 1899 Page: 4 of 8
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oklahoma state capital- tuprsday morning. may
The State Capital.
By the Stau Capital frmllug Co.
undertaking a i
it wouid %
'..in: Cik) *a4
FkANK .1. Ldilor
HiMOlll. UHiH 1!1\.
a: N :n
m. for t - -.-
The elect..n of
ing year .s v*.-y v
b* preseni. A ,
who are - fc-
detjarc lis me
t- r •
very .- -
11 • - A
the >rtii of the tf
LON WHART' N
Sec re: ary
s Okl-h ma
I in the 8o-
t j t a..Jir.g
t I «i H
. .« . —- r... s
:empc at <hm.huib<
r ;• w r* •; Kurvpo
>n war. ta mm*.- ^
would **t in. Tfce o
i*Ji U 4 ciuaii-
u.i who committed
..-ar dowr in the
■ lfte 1 jrwi
sin and a
! hangt . an i
cast wth *
L 1' l-TNM.ET
Pr * int. : -
shouid be abie
Okl lHUTI % PRf:w% | itio\
▲J! Oki4Str.i edit rs are r**ccsted
* r. a ix| • - —
of their ■ and tr>wr*. *-i**cisI
v?~w* of t n and *lus nai esiab? -
meats an i ar „• - ■ c t.ia:
vpnlu a w :d f r Okia*>*aa : "Ok'iho-
ma tedqwir.i ry, Wcwi, KtBMs' to
show alt art- rvhng humanity at the
Trans-M. * ?-- . av-r.t- -j t -t the ter-
rvi -r > of - rga . *a.
> nad been f^und
tita. he Wuu.d
tr.i! if he loved
fd ft na a« would
rould be married
been the ietter
r.f- r- - a which j
«~ k « ma i*Rj 1
. • at
• , - iteMiliI
h-sident, L r B n-
si vici j r sidest,
. second vice pre-
PMk South Mr.
•Idem Rev. A. C.
ling seer# ury J
".£ secretary. J. a
%'f. Purcell: f-a- '
•fhodiat Episcopal .
I Rural News of Oklahoma. I
rorropoadents will p|ea«e come
along with their letterw. K\erj one
Hill be printed hereafter. Have ih. m
reaeh n. not later ikan \% edaeadaj
eX eaeh w tek..
TITK ACTMT. niGH ORATE PAINTS ARE THE MOST DCP.AB-E OP
ANT ON THE MAJIKET. GI ARA.STEED FOR FIVE TEARS. MOST
*EAtT!PVL CLEAR TONED SHADE? WILL COVER Ml SCJfARE TEET
TWO COATS DON'T PAT U.M FOP. INFERIOR PAINTS WHEN TOU
CAN GET THE ACME HIGH GRATE FOR K I.
Eagle Drug Store.
EDHARD NICHOLS Proprietor
Harri6«o Ave*, Teleptioae I S
W have :h
rrop :Yxis s*-u
W:.! am Tuoi
vanaajt was \ .
: arty >€a.
r. : A .-i.n- n County
A orr.-- - K o Kdrr. —.d cifurdav.
Mr. and Mr H C. WNbema of El
Reno have Se«en vi.<klnf M->. W:l-
Imu' ; re! > a; tais ptaoe rwtaraed
"t'r.c v .* > F." • and his n Sam ;e
are WK'.i-i d trends ;n ;aia ne.ghb-jr-
tr.e even nit before -h-ry ieft and en}oy-
*d a ;«tr *weil da ce. And 1n the eartj
morc;r.g hours they bade them g ->d by«
w :h many wishes f r prosperity ia their
M«tvide St >ne r^turn d from But« or
Tue^-la: when; s.te has b -en sper.dii.g a
few months with er tftater, Mrs. A. W.
h, Glffin has a c< n«ract fo break 3!
a. it-y s. pru.r! f r Frank Keeddick oa
•ebool seetion V ;n range M.
Thf Advent i>.-opl«? are still hoTdlng
w ■ ~rs every evening except Monday
and Th :rsd,iy of . <ch week in the scho<>l
room of this district.
J.imcs Miller and m-ife start- * f r Enid
Saturda. \\. ea th- y.v.ing liors- they wer%
dr.. ~ became fright en-d at r->m^*h:n g
:ne r >. J - 1 began kicking urrtil they
ire r * .itt -mpt to drive r further, and
' wis obliged t > %"■ ba«-k across the river
..-. ad y. ftyr anntrf.r hors« before he could go on
will have to bow if
canted In g>«d stand:
Stor?-. TI Jinan. Tow: .
. Okla. Preas
OkUh-'Tn.a wheat cro
element in the woriu's
S.S«tr w^i never k
w.d he cheaper this j
Pelfer hn# retamel f
wi ndirling. Now X S; !
:h< page of h.st poVtlc^iJ
rail -ta taa^>.est peri.-'
ff.T w:l! be rra
They man en
they ate wiahi
It is that R->«s Crok.r ar.d W 1-
taa J. Bryan <an- a . , >rd at least on
one p ,aa; - • d'Tnocrat-
te party abouid make ~ neat campaign
on the tame of axrag nLrm to trusts.
A story has pal h. «d to the ef- ; they
feet that wh- . M*. Br> an a- >n New
York re-tr.:.. e ad a conference with
one of the jg«r, --Ive and intrepid
free silver - ' *he Nt*w J-r^-^y
uatlOQ and it ^ i, «c: d th •. some of pjjj Walker is a reg
the vt her bifida u.1 N w Jeraey demo- who are jeul-.ua of his g - d pa-
cruts ahouid soon e called together for fi*>u)d remember that he sleeps wi
raisrog The antl-tru? banm-r In tha cyt, , hUt.
A Y N rrnai boys entered
ntract a few w«*eks
• e i tat all w*-re to ksrt
• - •• -n.-.tn until t*e c'stwe
f t ii the viola*.on of wfuch sub-
r.t the fT'.-mK r to bvlng rode on a
In rai rbmagh hm streets off the city. Tha
a'.so entered Into
a • -n ract t>> th * fleet
t • countenance sn
> w mu«::tche during the
r t-r* W. are )t sure but w
t - an .freement. Hugh
, - J 1 t < n.;>bfU and Ira Walkei
r ur.f Tturate ones to bretk
- -- ys. On being arraigned
. .Aa- compromised by
• ' t. ■ r- mi. So far
« 1; • '1 f any of the girls
Rl b reaking over.
It is a mistake that !
sport of by Popuhst-*
bis return to the fold
had mver lef
< r. . una «' T.mt--J Kirnal: Postof-
r i - r H- bee U in t:;e city look-
irg after tho distribution of the stolen
i. • w .ir«f stored In the postofflce
A I. : -a .leal of credit is due
Mt Ii-be .- for h,« untiring efforts to
> •• h. s t • * -1 ti K".«ds mailed back tv
l>art - s f: -rn w m they were original
I a trr> f task and requires
! .if rr>- «i* >!• i • •• A great many
K r-ady been Identifl^l
> • t t' • .- i . i arge number un-
bis departure! Amoag tile fifty richest men in America claimed. In order to find out to whom
rhkle reiterat- not u Hebrew app- ars. Tbore are t! I won MM rotices were posted
no Rothchi'.ds in Am«nca. ' *lr !'•••■«• :n all of the tlfty-two >>f-
It is not tne dinner but the af'-T d.r.- w.,-r. - « n. telling the people that
Governor Stanley ha.- an . !• . '
ating wme state prisoners on parole. A
citlaens are out of th penit- ntiary dur-
ing good behavor.
wr. .'mill put up
<*.e« Mar- j I« «p^ndig a few days in
Kansas thi< week.
Mi>> Macee ha ,
on her place last
The old soid:ers and friends of this
vicinity wLl hoid exercises at the Star
cemettrj- on Decoration Day.
The young people of the Presbyterian
church are preparing for Children's Day
services ;n June.
j .vaon Starr was haui.r.g wheat to Es-
mond k.«i week.
E. J. Bell is canvassing the n-ighbor-
ho%d in the irx.ere!«s of the Farmers >1 -
tual Insurance company of ePrry, tais
M. W. McDonaka,
t>u«cc or to Datlii n«t cli.
COMt \ND SEC THEM.
Cornrr first and Oklahoma
he 1 w,h:
i.er oratory that di ea not lay
Home rule -- e.* not seem to b«
roktical catechism of some repub
state. And that in an int
Ba*ts Cr>ker i^n . <-v<_•
for Buiup«, that w
inng bis bp'.nl«m tha*. Br>-an and his *1*.
teen u> one idea ul 1 not d at all for
the Democrat.c p.ir.y is a presidential
nomine^ un-l • . . id r--s-"-rving
as yet his j>rt*ercnc< as to a candidate
stttffgested that " • ■ - •..•>n to trusts" | The least happy man
would do very well as an Issue for the| tarki's eightieth birthday
Demccratii ;>art\. N • re are ser.on«' 1 rta« e of Wa
obstacles in that dire<:. n. One is thit
there .h n« hom-t chance ro mak- tie
question of trusts a p • r .! ->ne at all.
There is no m-: r - - • t c >rmect t>*
Republican .. r;v w.th . pr :n t -i r
championeiui> v. ;r.i :- : r- '
charge the 1 t. • u w i 1*.
Tb«>re has been as everybody knows, no I
partisanship ai out t s matter at all. i:
ia purely •■..:*> - ,.t . it. Democrat
and Repub'.. an - s a.ik- b •
brgan.^t-i • - money in tru
and It would be hard to tell
party has done so the nv re numerou-'e
when it corn. • .t r:^ r.ove< amor?
tb^- Individuals intere.-t-'d in gr<Mt «r>i-
rats ente-rj r >s. M- Cr ker himself.
bas been ve In th «s. s the
xocords of New J-r ; s in
show. Willi.-a ' \\
ocratic i*ader f n
i Qu. en >
> t.l . \pcct« d a package and did
;• > -h uld notify Mr. Bebe*;
« ami ie would forward
kige In this way It la likely
ir- of the stolen goods will
• ir pr- ;*-r destination, finally.
• ntii'.ue t • •• rn- In every day dew-
stolen goods and as soon as the
■ t... :«b*n ifi'si it is sent
THEIR VIEWS ON ART.
■ Gothic. Brian tine, Recaissanc
t MiC %«-0\k%% * pkoikii^k
The majoNty of the w,
rants are guests.
An ounce of pe<rformar.
a pound of pwm.se.
Laalnesa is the- >ne tn >g th • kn.
• all the conceit out of prVle.
Lota of money slips through the tin
wh'<*ii | tirat are used as a x?> i--.ire.
It's easy to find ru**ni a -t
don't do the foolish th • w
A Cincinnati Judge r-c- n
ten .Jays for stea.'.ng <*n e'.Rht '
Most CbtnKS go WMtig b. u.-< m-
s. as :d<-*Jfuse to tak women's advice— >*_■ a wo
rporations j says.
another dem-! it sn't necessary to make a fool
me. is also a yourself every time you have an op
ia better th
U u 11>■ I iM-d to It.
Lut!y t'eugaginir new housemaid)—
Dnphr e. That is much too romantic a
name, with young1 men in the house. I
snppooo yd would not object to ba
called bv vour surname?
MAC—Did von rwui what that mar. aaid
Mac—I mean Chicago, of course. You
know the one that lectured before acme
kind of a dab tae other day xl.\ said tual
Chicago Lad no appreciation of true art ?
Barney—I saw that, but I duhi't thieve j
it. So far as I'm concerned I think art is a
good thing. No famiij should be with-
J.m—I suppose it'i a question with you,
Barney, which you love better—art or wiener
iWney—Irreverent remarks of that kind
are out of place when ritwussiug such a sub-
ject as ttus.
Jim—Would you favcr us with a descrip-
tion of the art you appreciate moit?
Mac—Well, s;r, after I read this slar
ous article I was so indignant that I couldn't
do any work for about two bours—oh,
tremb.ing hke & leai.
Jina—What IA he say. anyway*
M%c—Oh ne aaid we were bi od-raw and
had pin-feathers and didn't know the difer-
PLEASANT HILL ITEMS.
P. asant Hill, Oklahoma May 23. l**u-
One of *he pl^sant events of last week
wag a surpri.-e paiey at the home of
W. H. Barker Saturday evening in honor
of Mr. Barker's jtzh birthday. Refresh-
ments. music and dancing were the orl-*r
of lb# eve* nt and *11 enjoyed themselv.a.
Th--*re is some talk of jitartKig the Sun-
day school. We are afraid it is too hot.
The Mackav boys caught a 324 pound
cat hsh in the Cottonwood Sunday.
VALLEY CENTER NEWS
Grant County. IJerry Township, May J7#
Plenty of ra n In these part for the
Wheat is beginning to head out and tin
prospects are good for a heavycrop
Corn plowing is "he ord« r of the day.
Corn l.< growing very rapidly
A surprise party was indulged In by
the friends of Curtis Latimer. 1- being
his twenty third birthday, a very enjoy-
able evening wa> spent.
Miss Bel e Knight of Coldwater, visited
frh-nd in this v.slnity he latter part of
K!-i* and Artie Woodmans#e. of La-
in >nt were visiting friends In these part
la*t week, and were present at the party
E. E. Thorns put upp a n*w windmill
Several form h^rer attended the Ep-
worth league convention at Enid the
first of th«; week.
kind; they've fret it right there. When
they turn ti ail the electric iifffets n that
place people get the b" nd dtaggeis and try
to waik through the mirrors It'i a fact.
They've got so much art :n that room they're
going to nerve a pair of bhie glasses with
•very order And people appreciate it. too,
even if it does hurt their eyes. The piace ia
fui'. ali the ttme Some that cat t g.t any
piace* to ait dowx waJk in and revolve two
or three tin.es. i* ki:.g at the frf?:-t.v tt.d "• ' ant* family are gong to
thee go out to the cigar ccunter and p.sk the : ~ v' -
" ... R.*ss Th:m - g is jot• 1 pi,n;e'.
Carney. Urvcoln county. O. T. May ZZ—
We ha\"e had plenty of r^.n.
Tha corn and cotton is badly washed
out and some fields will have ;o be
The road surveyors are busy fixing up i
Crops are grow.ng very fine and also (
Ceotge Buck has a brand new buggy.)
S> n< w kr k a hfltle our or son
w i! have a name to take a rld
A \ I'K.i M.iy .1 15JJ-
Weather pleasant for work.
Childrens day will be observed on *he
th.rd Sunday in Ju: at he Bethany Bap-
There will be decorations services at
Polo Cemetery <n the 3oth of May.
Mr-. \V H ll1:gsworth is expected
from Indiana this week to make tius her
Mr. an l Mrs. W H. Spencer have been
v.s ting n-.ativvs a*. Karomer Okla., last
Several of -he delegates at'^nded the
Sunda\ school convention at Perry Fri-
day aid Saturday; the delegates say the
Mr. and Mrs. George
| day in Perry.
er spent Sun-
W1NX E \ IE W WR IX K LES
man how much :t cost. That shews whether
we're mterestei in art or not. land tlx-d up n fine style. Winneview. Blaine County. May 20.—
Jim—It's the same way w.th music. Dc Mr. Bisher 1 who bought the W i.l Dave List Sundlay as a red letter for the
you know of any other a:y m which ycu get 'l!* •* but. i ng t h :se ' Presbyterian church ard Sunday school,
an organ o:o with even." order of clams4 There w-.ll be lots of peaches and graphs It was the • gfcth anniversary of tT e first
liarney—I love to have music piayed to me v: luite a g'- od many appo-s in this services heid in .he neighborhood. There
while I esL The only trouble with me is ocai-.ty rn.s seasor. was tirst a prayer and then consecration
, that I always try to keep time with the do- Carney has a new base ball nine that j service in which the elders of the church
App ant—Oh. uo, ma'am; in fact, ( encs between a work of art ntd a Boston
I'm quite used to it.
Laih What is your surname?
V < r %«.-« ountT.
Mr. Peck—By jiugr, I had a funny
dream last nipht. It seemed that I
s away of? in South Africa, where.
Is were h*ing all around me io
M s. Peck -Did you seem to see any
s s*',«> one it": the en^a^ement
you gave me?—Chicago Daily
cream pie. He u.J we had developed no
correct taste :c matters of art because we
spent ali our time in accumulating a^ney.
Jim—I t'umk he's wrong. It's getting so,
in tius town, that a wan has t j be an artist
of some kind or oilier in oruer to get auy
m«-T,k«. n are >?p!rir J i «tj but | :he F*sjTh-Ut
.0 tht ttnr. " r In tur «et we hld T.th fsh,
art refers to the expression ■ ! human
emotions through the media of printed char-
acters—scr. p'ure paintmc. mu-ii u n.
J.m—Keep « up *aa IT! aeai out for tone
'arney has a ne
It's ali nght with any ordinary two- - p'-\y tr.y
iuir time. Thai g*.*ts you about the right - f* San Fra.oHsco.
tfmA, but one lay I struck the Chopia The cultivat rs and hoe
funera1 march and nearly starved. Then
they switched to the'"Georgia Camp Meet-
ing," and I choked.
Jim—Ycu know they have a great scheme
far this ptpt-orsen concert during the din-
ner. They play aociethiiig appropriate for
each course. I went dowr. there one day
with my cousin Ed. who was up here trying
•o spend al of .t m three days, aod we had a
large dinner, w^th grand ^rgan acccmpan.
mej.t When the oysters <"-arne on the organ
played "Gathering V the sheila frem the
"-ashore." With, scup we h^d A Life a
s see. WTut
usy fn^m now cm until the cotto
The pasture? ar* and the cattle and
orses are tooktng rtne.
There h« ^«s of gard-"n si>s a
v>n be ne w pot at
There will not be so much cot
•ason as there was Last.
gr-.at msn:- ? am
James 8nuth J r
and scores '
sey IX n
th' last *r. • v '
York w as
rage of TV ira •
and was o
ku-s. wh.. - ims -
of iacairit * at 11
also one f * r.
tors of the b - a
und«r X- ■* J --
~ trusts. Sena: >r
Allan L. McDerm-Ht.
r nfl ir.al Xew J?r-
up to their necks in
s. K well P. Flow r
g -rnor cf X w
•e «rst to take advan-
new corporation act.
.t .s ui-
| The invalid realises that lie is on
, high road co recovery when he so -
I doctor s bill.
Ocoasiona.lv a m. knows ,
when he !**es is. bi ' most men are
! d gn.fied to reo*nise h.
The cat has nee llvos. bet iat c
! ng to che numt*-r f lives of some r
j sold by subscript xi oniy.
I If Noah h-ad Jet tne bu.iding Of th
I to a government or*, t-r
would have been
\ Territorial Exchange Gists. •
r _ . _ _ z.
Origin of n Pnpniar 1'krase.
Caesar Mark \ntonj is making
f-.r *r i • f himself down there In ; that our occasiotai jemonatrat.ona t Jcve
Barney—I speak t© pour.
Ma*.—You kaow this vihaer savs that here
ia Chicago we are ieadiv dull and vulgar, dt.-i
. f 'ti,
. 1 d.^
its in troots
be ca f
!t is pos
yet be- n p
era is "-ve. a
the form *
very h c
aga :r.- tru
Ham of IV
lat- ' >e federal jaai i f s.x m nths by J
I of ctt^rVKHpi of Kansas City, for pel
fraai Mrs. Ham na- eciire< * -•
th government by her rraux
The re- • public s voo. b«. - at Ed-
ngjn to was begun a few day* ago. 1 is t
e- deeso-j hands me brick structure r.-: w...
n# state- "-T*« thousand tVdlarc. T. I - -
• for h.
sure. Perry Dem-
• -patra Las him completely
under her thumb.
Pompey—Well, he always waa a soft
Mark.—X. Y. Journal.
tdM ft U0kbaH,* But-
tered Niblick, in his sleeji.
And h's wife, who happened to be
twakft. thought: "Poor fellow! 8o
tired from playing golf that be dream*
a.'wut itl"—Brooklyn life.
and > ellow.
.::y i. through
the serin -a."
"Nc ; but your bat looked so mach
i.'.e a -: - r.cr salad that it made me
hungry."— Chicago Record.
A i aferisafelierdat
- - i L i- baak account.—Judge.
IliprojiTc sod Eiactloc-
— ii . .ce is a dear
| Glanders—And there is no avoiding
peym* at o: the tuition fee*. — Town
| Clinker (BWetitf Dr. Probe)—Look
feere. doctor, what's a good thing tor a
Mao—"The T rpede and the Whale?"
Hm—H . it Wiii. t I; WSfl MBft
*v " : " : ate but ?ufct e—""Darling, I
Bg 0 ..' 1 U :a.. Ah. but wh^B lick's schooi
the beet ame on* What d: you thmk?
Bamey—Tie ToreaJ"r scrg*
Jim—dertainly not—"The Star-Spangled
r v.. • . i r. *
Weiring cf the Oreen." atil with the
eream—let's «ee—"The ?le gh.ng Sorg," and
then Roquefort cheese with "Swee; Yio*
cigars and • - rgan played "Come Into the
C-rdec, Maui v '
Mac—Gentlemen, this l.ne of conversatto-
i« very -^tasteful lo n<. Lc; s go to a
West Pvt • • * t a • Miv n-
Mrs. Hodg-1 :s very -. k .- • present She
*- k a do<vf of po son Instad of sahs.
G>->d attendance a: Sunday School and
Ir-. Childes. f Seward delivered ber last
Tim—Variety. I suppoee?
Mac—WeD N I t ^cauee ve care ft i
it ouiaelwai bat 1 : IateratiBl ^
-iv t_- r.;? pcpul->e.—George Avie ^
ChiV^. P-c.r^ .. —'
DotiMtle He«Llth Hint.
Mr. Oldchappe—Ho, boi And so too
marrie i and are keeping house and
LT OF I IH.ftRH \TI r.\T.
e csar and balarv e of Europe
.ir* s: - ut d - rmaiaem, .t
ivi e what ■* ,.d really!
Id m. -rchies. What an
f w h. pr -, r . ar.i labor
oftly .r.volved in j
Ir^s In Germany.'
. It - and Spain.
j.l i I that ener-
f cr-mpie'e dLsar-
.sards of tramed j
gy he - u
stand w ive t «
ail ahaoro.-. . k .n: - r t aj. jia
Otoe lal ais. wi.i
tton of led a jib o
tsssber to approiv
ask tbe S
a romm - - -n *o C
the Otoes for the
Otoe lar.ds "o whi'
deckled stand aga nst taxpayers
j^to ao not correctly list t.^eir proper...
_ to assessor*. Frank Coe bad fa d to
Ta~ ■« *' rntoueamimu, v. rn lurounl <y hli la ,a
lotfversai &r<l.y reaiuBo what anj jae aiteaser. Tt© gr^na #ar>- i^,u:-d a
i r go^d muai-* and prize painting* are mere
affectations We a.l get together * heir
something by Mr Brahms and sit through
it until we get numb below the hips, acd
then there'* an intermission and somebody
aaye: Have you been to see May Irw.n
yet v and we all wake up.
Barney—Oh 1 Oh, horrible! Oh! The
loan's right* Toe mane right! Never
heard of Brahms'"
Mac—I'll bet Le'sheard of Ctarles K TJtr-
ris. author of After the Bal Kow,
there's the troub,e Barney. A few f us
here tn Chicago know about these th-ngs
and try to line up t3 concert pitch, as it
w*-re and the oma.. u herd—oh, weal's
the use? Yon can see for yourself.
J m—I*v« heard of Braham—Dave Bra
ham. wno used travel witn Hamgan I: La'-e no girh WelL I mpath^z^ with
wrote Piddy Duffy's Cart" aci "Wid vr
Xolan's Goat" ar.d a lot more. I think he's
vj cite s Diffrreace. I the man you tneaa
- T: —W*ct ea. ufcr? Why, ! Bamey— I never heard of him, i-d ycu,
-r dat loafs, of come! :
t:—Da* shows ! Great hwr* no' I'll tell you
w^at I like, though iiarney.
Barney—111 bet it s the same thing Liikc
Ge aaead and tell.
Mac—T (_hai*ov ky s suite m F mini :
prelude and fugue, opus T on the red.
Harney— Doggint' You took the v-sret
rig at ut of my mouth.
Jim—Oh, oone off!
Bame>— T^ea there s another thing. He
' fa; s we doa't really care for work* a art
j He's wrong—that man haar.'t beet obserr
ing He doesn't g around encugh Ncv
tL^ n. ru ng I saw a dandy work of ert In
a iunchroom wuid-w. and there ranst hav.
been 30 people standing ther® arc gazing
it, amplv speechless ^ith delight Ir. tmi
w>cd©w *tiere art# a red eurtam and rarou.
an es from the b of fare 'ft attac:.e^
ta this .tijtait by means of &ae satin r.o-
hcaa each one Ucd .nto a bow They nai
cir.nar..u ro.'s. ih -tolate mer.ngue.
tarta • . if cf V:«nna bread -oh. ev^ri
th*ag—acd by Ga-'tge ."ou kr. th* : it
effect wu simply superb There was a dash
of east ard t scrt of liven the wh ie th-rg
up. and- you never taw % c Id fried • - ?ket
w.th a blue nbbon t.ec around .t, —d ;
. Jim—I've sees th «e ler ro^r ' r i ■«
'P* — Exhibit A . it v • . wh. ..
ch,n cr.roe was .mrr " ;
Mac—Weli. gentlemen s^eaa.Lg i dec<
rat.se art, this p. rs^a wh: has cr.ti'ised
Chicago ought to !:■; k :r. at that : lace there
on Madison stre*: Let re he save that we
haven't any art - Chi agti My goodness!
| Tasre's mere art ngbt ia that one room thaa
i ^ - ! -■ " x' tilt- t.
• itt^r. led the lecture at E'.-
hwv Sunday even n*. Mr
11 w - . «; •!,ks " beer ev-r;. other Sun lay
■^n the Bible a.4* a hietory.
Mr Quick anel Ge- riie Greer wore ir.
the Cap*" '. Monday -xi busine
Mrs. Robert Hall jof Ok.ah •
vis -ed Mrs. Haprster la^sn week.
Mrs. McElroy Is a tbe sick list
J Mr. Quick has pcrct*««ed 8 W
; r. T *u;r <• yju ^rl>red ?ome 1 -; . .. .. . i • r. s
c>jmmunity. We like to see our country
fil.ing up wkh such as he.
The rad overseer bas plenty of wo
now. There i- hardly a road in the vlc-
ir - > u what has a vulvert wash- I ou*
so that one cannot cross with a f<*:r
Wi am Richardson broke his 1 g it
wag n d .wn last Wednesday crossing a
:ivei* coming t'r m Guthrie.
New York and the new ft: -rs ard the teachers Join.
ed af-er which they r.> k charste of the
be kept J schoo . four of th • having been members
s .a.l of -he school when organised.After the
j the superintendent and « very brief ad-
dress by the county president. Victor
Pavn f Watonga. R. • and Mrs J M
Linse;- nf 1 h. I nit- • I Brethren i hurchea
ahout Okardhe, and Prof. H C H use.
of Kingfisher College, and director of the
famous Kingfisher College Glee <^?ub. had
been Invited to lead in the varied aU day
services There was a large attendance at
e-a. .. f the : ur -ervic?. quite a num-
•r igin ittei mce i or mora of
th-> ser* •- s fr-'m Watonga. Omnge,Co.^ -
er. Otter and Ox'.- i and t.ie i.-. mes of
«r people wen pen for thslr entertalft-
| mentand ti-... day and evening wori' a con-
'tinuaI ***** ' «ood things s| r.t iiUy la
prayers, soncs sermons and testfm nios.
The true spirit of unity and fellowship
was specially shown in the fact that
the meeting was held by he Presby-
terian cfnirch, yet tlio conductors were
I* n i ted Brethren and Congregation a lists
and those of various names were pros-
ent and participated in a consecration
Mis Maurice Rice was here fr-'m King-
fisher CbOege for anniversary day.
Rev and Mrs J M. Lin-ey "were at
*ime res:denof t i s piace and ha.v®
bosts cf friends here.
E. H. Riie has been painting his
R i kr=t a
week. He d->es
Mr. Yuungcha^ppe— I don't need sym-
pathy. ! -
"Tell that to the«bachek>rs. I'm a
manned man. Your dear little wifey is
just o :t of boarding school, isn't she?"
Ha. hal I tho«i^ht sc And ron are .
pepsia, aren't vou"
"Never wl: be-uer in ar life."
ig a i buildings and w hile some of them are the
provrrhial "big red barn" vet they ar-
rlmg' ' : and % '• v-lh A. F. Koruelson's in
bright color. — '
'nr:vl s : : !;J- boon painting hts
Emma Lenhart and <".->ra - irm residence and now i- is a conspic-
>nt Sunday with Arch and j uous °Nect ui the landscape.
s Ri -.ar-.ls n. Tho Short Grass country ^ at the
i Mrs. R: -• A -ert and C.ara. '"'Ight of Its beauty now in wavirg
r." Sr.aday a". Mr. Brewer's. wheat fields and fine pastures, whic^i
Spring Creek school bo-i is -o have i each year are getting better stocked with
coat f pairat th.s spring. Just the ca t.
ling • need- > ruit tre, agents are already on the
V. S;.- e Fitzgerald who has been vi= gr- und soliciting onfers for fail doiivery
g a f -v we *s w .1 r. - ;wren's le't Give them a large order ? r plumb <r*es
■re s - ur*' * fo.- Kansas City where she; but impress upon them rno ,f3-f
mee- he rr.usband. t•be^• agbt not :o sell fr-m 25 to Si) --ants
already snfferir^g.the ag-Ozucs of dvs- - Mrs. M- nnei •' ne^r Edmond' each tor th-y caa ve rop?cated Just as
S-i-.div _,t William Richardson'*. cbeapl> a" peach :rc*9 But then the
P. .ardson sc ld a n e bunch oflwri*er has never paid any such prices
"Kh? What's that? Aiai w*th a *♦" 'v 4 - 1 . - • e urrry <van
y v w^uiug the ■ .raking i" j The d-a^e at Wft Vir.c-.ot's was a sua I show and loaded for the f .r h year In
She doesn't. She maker at do it.**—.
N.Y. Weekiv. , -d •
Dr. Pr b i gruff!v)—C
*au.—Druokli a Life.
- - * a rhysj.
r is bon
On the Wrung Tsek.
^«irundpa. sre kings and
my boy; not
r- . - jt against them ,
On the Fence.
Higgins—Is xiarrows au expansion-
Wiggins—He seems to be divided be-
tween exoar sioa and contraction.
Higgins—His political views must bf
Wiggins— Oh! T r*fer to his id*a.= oi
ft nance. Hit sole Lmbition it to ex-
pand his indebtedness by contracting
more debts.—Ca'holi^ Standard and
r ? today S- he 1 rnvsatGn at the Bridge*
ail. Mr. Harpster is our p- rt f - • - j • U!CT> ^j?v 2S- w.
I Secretary J.
- -he- of Guthrie, , card tha--
w days with her.
...d w.fe Sundayed at Mr.
rimarron Township. ■JT ->ds
W ill Tell.
• - r, "that
How ur Did ft.
res; mv husbasd has been under
oe has publb^Sed a
wing to jwir health" and homo
- '• mys r.' , .. work that it will b* hnpossiWe .or hrre
Ed Owones and w.fe Sun aj a. r. to majt0 a ,.arva.., «s urrday
s-h- ^'« a he did Inst > ar
A', hi. Ti.re has been an excess of rain,
ur s T r>hes b i- llttlo. and there has
scan • v be^n any ' imago To cn>p3.
A bright baby gtr at the new farm
• ■ " v «|fco s •' Mr .1 Mr> T. 7. Darron
«Un« m replowing corn which, Mi*. Ella P. O.^rhMn 1 h>m. fraa ktr
t*t by tr.e recent heavy - ins gr- \ n T\f - ^
Se era getting a wonderful start | Mrs J TT . Bhii
rn crop, and It w tak long | visiting' - at
the family .
ed a piece of 7 la
Hood will alwavs te
ter to hi
—1 >wa Topka
Htm Mm b Bettsr.
X * urn, witt. iu seven rl-g*
Wsii - ^ knock <-d ovt Cat;
Tb^ aammor gtri of
an cf mors mat.
—N. y. Ws/.L
"'.Yhen and where'***
as* n;g .t Burglars broke
ir.* the ho- -e door a:. tLe maa
wh< hveft there exchanged shot.- with
them. When Jeremiah heard the j ^
rackr-. he Lul .a th* oeW. Wouldn't wry cloudy iuM ot'moooU^at
you c .. ia: un fir*?"—Chi- «xr^-t<d.
rs ;.-.d ba*-d w«>rk with favorabl.
tvr -igh w.th it s. ' >re h irvest.
I -V,'. M rcan and family started
- '. • v n. rra- g f r th'"- new h -me
- I ltid. Day county, Ow.ahoma. He
k about fifty head of stock w.th him.
The picnic at Kickapoo Springs was
eery well attended, the evening was
• n.d children won*
• f Wr--. nga ^ist with
J. 'B Winn. h dr former
a^ w as
i Daiij- News.
] Tae neighbors gathered at Mr-Morg-an#
did-m heid MP
- • re 1st BabbaHi but vw ted with
othT A l .-. -t churches in a special meet-
ing n the Method!* chtiroh at Cooper
Towmship I>,«lden«-. B. E. T umotts.
of nmegi attended Sunday school here
TNWstHi) and wftb See.^staarv TT. R3c*
talked r* tbe work tn the tcwwdUp, and
a convention ill likely be held 000n.
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