The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 313, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 23, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA KTATK ' A PITAI,- TtTSl> \ V MO'n'Tv.; *Vltl' 1«m\
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" not rt -t yi.ti Your
■ nn. . kiduej ther you.
| What yoti want ft a go m« li ine like
| LIVERZEZBLCOfl SYRUP
nd you need it now. Its the recap ti i*ed !
cine I >i all Liver. Wood and Kidney :
Ye- your ilni(rkfi«t ►rii*
TDACIIEU MKIIIOI.NK I DMPAXY,
4hut Uincogu, 1 cnu-
It belongs to health, for a
it gUU I Li. !a'"-v-t0 cm a"'' >lecF. u; i
and grow fat.
HutFt ( omo- first: don't .i ' Writ Denied ,0 ':'k= L W-
Williams lo !• >rsas City
cates Change ol Front.
Tlii Old Kplrit of WrcMoiinl Feeling
in Wearing Awnj *entisneiii in
flu' Mouth til vom Mound
Moiiej and Proteetlon.
tuto Capital Bureau ",!'• Poun- e ,th St.
WASHINGTON 1> (,\, A# RIL 22
Itch in I? with keen interest the pro«-
«.f the i'floris bolus
Messrs. Strang, Thompson
Huston and McGraw at 1
a scrawny baby to laugh; whv,
even his smile i- pitiful! Fat
The way to be fat is the way
to be healthy. Scott's emul-
sion of rod-liver oil is the prop-
er food, if he needs it; but only
a little at first.
Wi'll uod yea a lltl
SCOTT & LOW N1 ,
. Pearl street, N\w \
1 * SSS"
or of sound
A dlstin. i
whii h would inevit
tir.-r F. M. Thomp- are strong pi
poll, Attorney <;• neral .1 «' Strang. A i ' s.-nt the a
J! Huston and Charies M. Mi'Qraw ofj Is in South Ca
Stillwater arrived in thi: >ity yester- Laurin of thn
day morning: from Washington. 1 . ponont
where they hail gore ten days ago ■ <<■. For four yen
members of a «T '• nation m the Inter
of Governor M Karnes' reappol
inent. They report a very picas;
trip and say that they found Ok
homa wo'i at tho front.
The Guthrie gentlemen are a unit
commenting ui u th- cordial i• ■ p- 1 the men
tion extended them by tho president, i Sfuard b
He Informed fh.in, 1 • -' • . . •. that he | t i > • i i- j.r
had decided to
kins to th-' gov
jrient. he said. \\ :■ i pevsonal wit hi J«-«-t by the 11 it
him and not a victory i • any faction ministration at
of the party in the territory Neither floe holders in th
did the pr. id'-nt wish it t be under-j ample being the
stood that the appointment of anot
man was m< ant for any turning da
of Govern-.i Burn-* in watching <
lahoma he had made up his mind
1« ' Ogni::-- no fa< t i-.p. Ti,.- y.-ntm
were highly pi eased with their pror
nnd cordial reeet.:ion jM the , ap
r nucceu. A. I remembered from the .lay, of
th.- enterprise! 8trucUon. Many democrats wh(
poli ies blak at the put itself. l'n-1
11 ( hang
ment of the
for there ha
formed the a
Of the old
■ty. Lo« ii
n and ro.
will ti". It
M ML LHAII'S itWCH.
t in:;! '(
The following yo
Sabbath at Mulhal
ball, and r. n..;:
Misses H.ssie Gr
Laura Brew* • .;
Carter. P-.r Kt>.
1 cna Hlehfi'-iismi
l>'i.rr Pattle .!
Palntt-r, Leon Gllbei
Sampsi'll. Guv Tim-
and Enoch P.atnfor
ident s persona
tr-lihc offii• • holding an
li-- if these e 1 e ni • • 111 s . ;t
ti. k. t.
OBSERVED OKLAHOMA DAY
4-ti 4 4 «-< # t■£ t £ -it \ '-0-6 4 < ft
J HAVE lOU A SICKLY CII3LD?
J Try Mull - G r« pc Tonic I ! . • 1 \,<w We- J
Z I he Lightning V. .,,,. Co Rock I,land ffija ?
Z > . r. i l« • i i
w ■ j>tht-f r*■*■.>+
E(; A 'i
AKl 1' \« I: i \ WOT ATnNK |'<
1 XTIDY HOI si' I si;
Hi A N
and they sell more of it than ot any other Female Reme-
dy. It is known by won.«n all over the w -Id as the one
infallible cure for ail those diseases which so generally
burden the sex. it regulates the month v periods and
makes them painless and of natural flow it cures ulceration, iniian . t. ti.
leucorrhcca, and other unnatural discharges and conditions; it removes tu-
mors and gives new tone and strength to the body and to the nerves.
AN' « "MI'AXN CM M |' I !
TO LET THEM IX THE
cured of menstrual TRDUSLES
and CHRONIC heauache.
Fur sev rai years I sutTer.-d with ileranm-d
menrttrn.itio;i. ac-nnipanied r v a > onjitant .md
terrible I e., i.i- tie. I ti iedseveral phv- u ;.mshot
tin > did tie i. ■ K-". I. and I arew w. ak ■ r\. -\
day until la' . * ' • ■ anie hed-fast. I wie- in th >
eondition v. hen I i ■ ai d of nnd began to u>e the
G. r . P. Tron: mei it. I ; >< ;it r i >• ■ .
and rapid. Tie- tirst bottle b pl.t me • of
bed and enabled ine |o do niy JlOUSe work, and
now. iii;. r usi:.k five but ti.■ -f t,. I-'. I' ,md three
I'U. I. .y,P* ot > ; I. *• 11' • I I v Ih'k'.ittr 1 feid
Ilk • nnotlier .ill I'll ~ i- til' ! ittu. lit
in the worhl. MRS MAJtY « *"'11'?:
s M a K K Hai i v Homkh
lie , not fn. > rowwi >->ur e«*e, if
•oufi'leaeii t t n Un'iitn
Tin: i. i>irs" nr «i in < i; b.
rare I (. r.tle 1 ( . rhtlUi,I
ind jo.i i
C. F. F. is sold for
$i a bottle, or six
bottles for $5.
TO 01 CI PV NOV Ql All I IRS
1'lTpareil unit by 1.. liKliSTLK A HI., ( II ITTAMKM.A. it:\\.
lor the good of the tobacco
or be-causc the maker oil rs
a cheap premium wh hyou
never get? II you chew to-
bacco for the consolation;
for the satisfaction of it, you
will find Wetmore's Best by
far the best you ever tasted.
The leaf is the best; the
blending is perfect; the fla-
voring is pure. The worth
of the tobacco is "all in the
quality" and you pay no
more for it. Ask the dealer
for WETMORE'S BEST.
Made only by
M. C, WETMORE TOBACCO CO., St, Louis, Mo.
Tht larg<it independent factory t/i A nerica.
TO LEAVE CHINA
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there Es No Such Cigar Value
S?J The WosiLD FOR THE PP.ICC.
S St'3km Ca
tiANSA5 CITY, MO. J
NOTWITHSTANDING all the talk about high prices ar^ prepared to oiler you some Stove bargains that have rwer bclorc been equaled in Logjn
have the same Sheet Steel Wood Stoves that we have sol: or \ cars. Th y arc a good stove, u i-.h upper and lower dra \ lined ani we I nude
savers and fire keepers; ever/ stove guarantied. The stove Hat v.-e particula. : ' ur attention to ; our new Hot Blast Coal Stove, which burns
heeps fire for 43 hours; saves the price of itself in one winter in coal. 1 he mcst v., - c\ : :>.! Stove In wn t ;day t ) tl-.e manufacturers. It is made in tlirci:
Our stock of cast wood Heaters, box stoves and monkey stoves is ;n plcte. L. \> b .
finish, and workmanship stands today without a rival. We claim t v you t
the old reliable Garland and Jewel mike. Our store Is headquarters or ev:ryonc wan
cf Guns, Pistols and Rules. In our line you will find L. C Smith, ?< n ngion, F...-
cemplete wilh a fine doub:e-bar-eled, breerh-Ioadtng iho ger., reloads . outfit ar
who buv pov/der, shell and in siraight car lo.,d lots, hence v. • re in a p ,s t.o-i to
the place, 216 Wert Ok ahonia Avenue, opposite Land Oiiice. \' i rcsrect uily.
not leastly we call attention to the celebrated line of Garland base burn
e t line of cast steel ranges ever displayed in Oldaho'Tia. Our as
; anything in the ;parting goods line. We are no*/ disolaying a larj
and Winchester Shot Guns. Come <n and see us and for $12.03 v
-everything in the most aporoved style. Remember we are the on'>
> \c ycu nice, new, fresh j;cods right from the factory at the lowest
nt'w YORK HARDWARE
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 313, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 23, 1901, newspaper, April 23, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc124372/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.