The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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-AltOM.V STATE <\\VITAL, THURSD\Y MORNTNC, JULY ti. I-JO'.
. We have the Kiowa Proc-
'llOjlamation in Handy Pamphlet j
Iform. Price 25 cents. You The
I will need one daily to refer to.
Twentieth Internationl Conven- Addres# State Capital Printing
tion Liided Yesterday jCompany, Guthrie,Oklahoma.
WAS A BRILLIANT SUCCESS TURKEY PAYS
lll|(;«ir lli<«pi>r llnrlioi*.
The lurrfist sumner afloat In 1((S1 «ir i... w^ pMr •> ir.i.n.u
wa* the eli y of Ik-rlm. now the I'nitad At K.,Hslarc. tV. Wexford. rapl-I
States transport Me.de. with a length; Pr«ir«>?i ,a *f«Mf a^>?® J J"
of 520 feet and a displacement of 8,000
A decade later, in lfelU, tho larg
etit v.aa the City of I'^rla. 5G0 feet Ions
and displacing some 16,0<M) tonn. Tliua
in ten years the dimensions cf tho
largcet vesuel have hern more than
doubled, and with deepor harbor chan-
nels and longer and larger docUd. tho
next twenty years are likely to *<•>• a
cotinnuod. if not an eaual. Increase.
Mow Kind of Mntn>i
On a aacd island in Dublin bay a
. , , nGW kind of mouse han boen found,
spallation of MurconftB wireless tele- It resemUes the ordinary mouse <ln att
graphic apparatus, wl.ieh is being ,.*Cept Its color, which In that of tr;e
••ncici there. The Installation wtli sand, and the naturalist attribute that
soon be ready for work, w^en it w ti tl, un interposition of nature for Ira
1-e uacd for reeei nd iiismii- protection from tbe owls and hawks
ting tneasa-, s to d fr )- on the Island. It Is supposed that
American liners d i ther v.i j they are the dsscendsnts of caat^way
pa.- mg by the It <>- ' Roaalnro ui!.-e, and that the protective color*-"
111 soon bee
.)t:< mono in
tion ia a gradually acquir. d result uf
President Clark on l he \% nridft Christ
iau Knileavt-r I' ulon I'NtnliliBh-
uient ofa Jlitmion in an Afri-
can J tingle -1-1 vi I of dpiuin
CINCINNATI, C>., JULY 10.-
twentieth Ini ;:< nal com -i tion of
'the United Society of Christian En-
a close here today.
'While In attend .e.' th meeting was
Hot up to expectations, the eonveution
from beginning to end
The progranie f'.;- today was arrani;-
iborate .scale than of
the preceding days, but owing to the
consolidation of the ti"."- programs in-
to two big meetings the speakers were
'requested to boll down their addresses.
The quiet hour m • -tine... of the liev*
|©rends Ployd W. Tompkins of I'hila-
Cdelphia and Cornelius Woeifkiii, of
Brooklyn, again ush-i. I in lii lay
program. Audiiorium- I r. an.l
( Welliston ivcr,.' then 'list I i'< . two big
■ rallies in the morn.' .:. <•.-\. t• .i to ,i
!discussion of the T. ei • i• • th anniver-
isary session of the soci.-ty. Secret ury
John Willis i: ..f i - |. e...j,i, 1
in Auditorium Endeavor. George W.
(Coleman of Bobk n, des< j-ib< i the
[Christian Kndeavo:- ,. ■
[soldiers and snilors 11• : tii.it
.vlth the Maine In Ha
luirbor and that ■ ■ ••
,with Dewey and tli-•
orge W. Mom,
The "Sick Man' Concludes That
to Enjoy Good Health He
Must Pay Uncle Sam,
WASHINGTON. I>. C. JCL7 13.-The
state department has received amount
of tho American indemnity claim aga'n. t j
Turkey, I'J". u>, through tho American l;- j
gallon at Co
These claims are principally based ui •>:
losses suffered by the American miss
ary and educational institution in 'fur-
key. notably tliusu llarpoot and Marash,
bul there are a number of individual
Th* Pop* nail HU Itetnr*. «
The 1'ariH correapoudent of Lonrtoti
Truth writes: "I s;Ud that L<^o XIII,
as presented by M. Benjamin Con*
stant, was a vain man. The painter
would like the Judgment to be pllght-
nfesbtra that hla
.w gives j holiness Is not exempt from co*
till, ap- ! fluetry. When he was sitting, he from
ate trap- \ time to time asked to 6e > how U«o
ind Good- poi t: a it was progressing. It is sa(Q he
are also j u '• d Into tbo planter's .r: 'Dj
I n> " to make me look tro did.' "
Corn Average Reduccd
Four Million Acres
ti£ESiLs' CUT.3 LIST
John burns h-.s found a new name
London, and it is not the b ;«st
happy of the various descriptions
lilnc F I
placed upon Klnj
of the noat<«t p(
WHEAT CONDITION IMPROVED
is to b
a\i c •
applied to the g/cat Eieta of th< lettei
which have l><
Condition of Spring lirat i* !H I
CI.OOO.OOO ISilShclN Mlill in
ti and* 'I'ubac
Abu\ e A \
tys the St. .Ian
Cinderella of the Cities the member ant
for Battersea calls It, remembering its appeared upon t
rdnets in muuicipal affai-t
harness 1 ly sirft^ned. But he
Rtate Capital I'
W A9111 N
Paul's as "a good-natured
oil iivenea, i
WASHINGTON, jri.Y in -Prelimlnnrj'
to the statistlcan of the d«
ige of corn planted
Cookkeeping, Penmanship end
j Kjf jjJ?' L wi J
Little DarrK g
who was killed
tticials feel tho
lalms. Bcret'irv I lav had
and experienced tn
that ho never would bo ;ible to col-
Ine lamliy of thi
jund the glob«
J [?2H "
in the impr
mla and Ohio and >1
Icrncr Cleveland S!iil Division, OliTilRSc. OKLAHOMA.
und live l"
ndiiion of si
d during the month, b«
difficulties tho I Jul>' )•
ponding date in i
I nly 1
id Chicago la
A CLGUQ BURST
i\ ;!!< ,
igcd only a short | i.«
I i I :L.l \ A, M"t\T.. JT 1A
.> latter only recently
hlle to the latt
'iH.it i .*iid 1 Al.id
<3. IMal d;
\ihiS Mr ifgg
Bishop B. W
Audit on1. Will
that It will probably 1
t the oft i'
il set ti
Ipartment naturally f
Wo. UK f ■.; ■ e Ccpital ar. l Munsey's > J
Capital and Ontury ! J *,
id 8t. Nicholi.^ , .
f dollars. T' -' """v,v ^
the tow . ,. if , , JUIUIIB, )>:•• . ■ u> ,v. - ""lit
1 and stocks of mer.-handl'se ' ..f i W. ekiv State CaDlial and
.)I kinds ruined. About five mil
U l\ DU
kiie; the paj
■; " T A HA' \1
v hil \ S tii , i •
1 her- Why not Get ine Best find Latest?
Ey the Coal Oil Route
OHIO DOKVEMTION I Priatino Company,
You do not want a For i^n Pnpei
you. You can gat a D iily tho rn<
World's News, and thai of Oklal
Ti)is is tin
ate when it reaches
published; s'*e tlia
lh" Lutest inurkets.
Mouths of Ant-H:
Ant-eaters are in tli< curious pos!
It may almost be \
I. Indeed, that, thev have no mouth
to open. Ther<
d of the snout, through
Only Assccic :d Pr
WE ru^i^isn JUE
unfile eou:o wrig^linK Ollt. And a.-, f y
his iMiit l.at'iied with llauid gin" > i
S«aeaS tcurry Box
liquid gln<: j
blc h it I C
it, and the animal
up by hundreds at a
Approved l v the p vernrn tit. This box is made of the bept ^alranizod
iron, double seamed, paoilefl and constructed ho as not to get wet inside. It
I.as a good spring lock riveted on the door, having two keys. All of tho
locks are different and there is a master key used by the carrier, which will
unlock all of the boxes. No other k« vs, expt your own, will unlock your
box except the ot "master'' key held by the I S carrier.
l h thin I3ox a Follow!
tn aspelendid up
roon hinterland, i J ^
fruiii th" ! [j
1 ' >' ' h" ti;, of ItS ! f i
A PKOMIMINT IIOTnl. MAN.
An Interesting Letter Is alven Verbatim.
t!v . ;;:ncut
bhgine and i 1H.I • Til.it
mote part of tho rout
much to you as any
The Box and Daily State Capital, one year.
W'klv 44 44 one year,
Farmer, one year
Smte Capital and Weekly Farmer
The Ihiilv State Capital, reaching the mo-t
lav of publication, is wurth tlir
Our Mr. F. II Cook will call on you and show you the box and tako
votir Huoscrintion. It will pay you to make no contract until you see him
of the United
itcd with th
i .itf • .-11 )i •_ :.• ••■: : " in .' .ty L'r.icr dat" of Nv.-v 1 C:'i
rup Co.. Dear
Sir-,. Wo have been keeptnu nou .3 for five years and
t Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Wo
qual it tor - tomach troubles, and my
il as candy. One n;ght
.'iiifj a d r.se to our baby (1 % years old)
ii (4 years old) cried fo
told her she didn't need it and t
spcon ?" It is so pleasant to |
: hate to be withcu
Dr. Ca 1 a ell's Syi up Pepsin. Yours truly. Late D
Weathers. Manacer Em
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin i-- soW by rrcst rtrug-
nd $1.00 bottles. Pos
. Constipation, Biliousness. Slcen-
nd Kidney disorders and Ma
Up ouiy by ! :i Syrup Co . .'•'•jiiti.c. o. llij.. U.S.A.
STATE CAPITAL PRjHTING CO.,
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| -s. 1 r_s. A/ C ^ ■ I-
* * ; J7p:*
v is-. ■-
- - y <.
W ater Coders
Ice Cream Freezer
Vou don't have to
Pay any more lor
FS rters o?
d the |
41! i v..
Horn o i
U-WE bUKEIY BOND
And the biarire.st r.tcck of
Gasoline Stoves 1Iian yon <lo for
Agents for New j «rl TiPltinp:
(!o,'h Sear.iless Howe, liiiir.tutnl
p 'Sit Company oi nyland aa i urety.
The bund w i, given through the terri-
torial agent, n. \y. ruteCo:a.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1901, newspaper, July 11, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc124448/m1/3/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.