The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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TUT: OKLAHOMA STAT!'. VAPITAT., THURSDAY Mn^r'.'.'n'V •*1'
THE ST Alt CAPITAL
By The Stale Capital rrlntlm Coi
*!!:! s- ; ".".f-;
I V. one weekly carrier
(il.OIM.IA !HI MT ttKNPM'T
nmv1IM 41. HIM HTM
K/riy man has n rhjht to select his
ovh enipl« yr/ or tils employep.
Tint ti'..' W Hull. Smith. "UP time
M . t.-lnry of the IbUilor and now t .11
i. r « f tfir Minn in. O'.n .1 Journal, In
die .'•>; ,«.? the case ..f the striking ma-
chlnls's of tli Southern Hallway,
«••• 'J; ™ : nrgvos differently by <le« luring that
j 75 the lit" is l r 11 inj-r ti" iitrlker* >vlth
::: 3l£," 'MlllMi
from the State School nf
AI'PLU avtn wil l, in:
HKMlMTi:Ri:i WITH BASE
N" -late institution shotl' I t derate
JOI li V, ting ti . II Within it* « tils IS HI".
i- • u-i-rted bv ti " ntnte
TJk sta;* It I
■ Hlcharfl, who has charge of j Is very properly helping
tho .It iv • . at Kl Hon,) nnno'
that li- i;< i i to Krister
Kpfillcnntn for land In the new c
try within Hi" ih xt. • xt en days.
"" | I jltle of life--Is
talents with whl
!U:t tti- «tate th
lty i vt r the aellliu
will do it In this <
tefdny. Four thousand w.
and the officials annotinced that
five thousand will be registered to-
nt Lawton and it In hardly probable
that the total number will run oyer
riobfc onr lnuidi.il thousand at both places.
on rhi My tw- -t.hli.] • <>f the entire number
will be registered at Kl lleno.
M ush It Ih of no us to rush In order to be
OUinufl OUP °f ,hf firsr f° rrp,s,''r"'>
before 1.AST MAX UECISTKK KD WILL
HAVE AN 1 AL < * II A N< ' IWITH
I). bs THE FI11ST O.viv nevertheless, there
sub^oei n:,n" 1 " 1 nne.inti"lMl lc desire
o be among the first.
Kip!it thousand people were In line
Mm hu last night. To lio'd their places for the
l'AVI\ , Tin; W AX
putting* Into effect. th. Ore. k treaty,
has bet n received by the officials of
The <"re k nation is the richest of
any of the domains held by the Indian
♦ rib- • ;rid under Hip conditions of tb •
Arc You Going to toe New Country?
TAKE ALONG A BOrTLC Cf
It will PREVENT .ind Cure Pjin in the Stomach,
Colic, Cholera Morbus Dysentry and Diarrhoea. You
"will need it. Pflcc tents.
The Eagle Drug Store,
COWARD NICHOLS. Proprietor. Harrison Auine.
I- i ' tb" Vn.rs.-s drink till
111'.] Wli.-n they w;inted, with
lit the attacks of Colic coi
placed on the top of one's head
,,,-v. nl MMIrnk* TIllH i ""I Int
.-.in, who related the case ol i
-1 i . he tnat the
>' Indians are allowed to sell and Think what Nci.-n.-e ha* done for us. . , R , , |lP ,nftt the
tit: S to lands or town lots to ar(. n0w able to tell .lust bow \\ arm , i 11.. wai- r W . f.ir more Im-
-people. Not alone are tlvre rl- h ,, is ,., i<- thouKundth frs-. Hon or " ' • " 'T'll-Vid
« ot Oil and mineral In the «'reek , n degree. I r-'.,.'", i'V-odd'h-Ta-'teli 'provirtf that
arie.* of fertile agricultural land,
which will he eagerly sought and
bomiht up by white people.
Thbi Insures the rapid development
of one of
In the Ur
I.I 1 of lis exifte
on, I). ('.. is
, ii'. i i . i f that tlift method
' "Ul i i .i; i. t . do with the matter;
I m u ti i -? v .- to fee th.it the wnt-
j t• r was t This looks like c ommon
1 s. ii--. ;ii-.i •.:! .idn.ill;, t Is heeomlna clear
head ti i; di!\ > i; • it>• arc ... much great-
„u a i-r i- rtar < in i'"od and druik than th'4
. under which the diets are
I partaken of.
. irv imengst the Vita regard-
1m; th l ""t kinds ni feeding Mr Hunt-
Bhown i ; i *- « ii v erv l. rge giiantitles of
nock ; 'rhir^vT.:i!'.Sehofr,ihi nnd
le of tb« flrsi
frea t vr ■ • it Kbt ••• . ; t.'the
fourth of the ration. .Mr.
ht nt It
(Chicago Record-Herald )
;mo.1 hi. I,n° "P fop
to him t The llti- w II
louiswltWn t!l'" 11 f(W rtnys. a,u^ u'bUo
It Is very likely that a continual
strc n will flow before the registering
booths fi",n now until the 2fith, crowd.
NOT A l-'g " 1 41 iftcr tlit* firvt rush Is
KiB over. - r
MUSK. T<| III.- I .1 ;< nf Kl ll.-no It Is r«port-
tha|"" •••'• h"s * ,m,de |n
11 •.*r from the prii • of . dililes or u. coinmoda-
\t\ if.:'.; tb.:'( I redoubled efforts the In-
row ds are all being cared for.
The ri ' i iiatii l Is thus progressing
It most su fully, without friction o
i a jaw l)ec it'" a fre" chance.
1 iully rati t1 • man ith the h
. A f full*
I ti. , iy \\
tion. with perfe.
in Birmingham and nobody will buy i the cheek.
It: .Mil II Am-rl.-nn nn,l . v.ryhn.l. _Ofliim l - I
,, iii !. • ciiuuren
nl-M the drawing that they do
an n lark If for no other i
that he was luckfr than
thousands other fellows.
The honorable >*>. retary of the In-
terior tells the cattlemen, who would
ng had the t
it him out
Of what he iv as and f- .-l; «..
How humble does the lover feel who
Before the grim old man who writes
Oh, for borne place in which to j. it h-s j
And eli. that she might whhp r what to j j!
Have you ever stood before • i j1.i-s v
OKI. % II O II A rAIMtiKAI'IIS
t:.>rs««s preferred long hay.
iin i"h was niven in the
A'.I Iter mentioned that
i day ai .1 :i i -
dersland why South Omr
bis attention wis , ailed lo the bul'
fight nt that place on July 1.
(JJrr .Kv OAtTRKiA n nni.ivt;
ti ON I ITOH HINT PKItlMH
('Jto A mo MUlto is nobody's friend any,
T)TTItAN If tb"-" V myiiri" \.' o h«ld \
across the border of the new country
will not tend to lessen the intensity
of the hopes of the applicants that
they may be among the lucky ones.
Mr. Carrie Nation I* entitled to the
reclining \ears of rest that he has .lust
begun with his daughter at Col-
umbus < tb- has been a martyr
disposed I •< prtt.nd to
lie. things to observe In fee.
- If . • , f colic are. To f-e
>:.e f : ilitath g of r- p
tr | o to IMO
i wlto are
> f>-r) th. 1 . .•
day and rt'u lilt" l"rn r.t, that ti .!• s b.is , At l:;>t i"-r i.: ; ba t real def. n ' ue h
was in a 1 '."i .hilled into th" mo t fried d"- A Nu Y-k i • i. ti >r savs that
of the pret station by the declaration of open non <>•' Am. t- slaves to th
rt of Uncle Bam. U\lve« M makes no mention of othet
that has been de-
nis" i better
ui'-' CITY OF
ft' warrnaTn^Tl"; rltjr ...
™ * 11 <•. ... •! I' "«•
00 WHERE Villi CAN BUY fiOGBS CHEAP.
RENF!20 KS2UG CO.
I am selling good Goods for less money than any body in the City
Call and I will Show You
llammockB from 90c to 85.OO
Croquet SotH SOc to $>'2.50
— W fireworks far tveryone. Wail Paper at Vcur Own Price.
ih® Sumrrier Goods Must Go. ^
In l« to unit death f)Cr4
, , , ou, I ., h m gn it I #11
!, .,,..1 l.. whl,l II vatic* M
1 irl.. 1 ii m riuilis Wert :'-9)
_/ I have cut the Bottom out of Drug Prices. Call and see what I am
doing lor you. I buy for Cash, pay no Rent; and take all Dis-
counts, that's why I can undersell.
s>s> G R RENFRO,
No. 206-OPPOSJTE POSTOFFICE.
Prescriptions a Specialty, m
, «,11- l." l .1 V I —
I,a'\. of the wild black cherry tret
found to he very potaohoua.
uinch .imy'nalin ih the type
the clurry. My the action _
- ™ ij'ac,>- whlcrt
Sin In the le.if the moment eoPnoct,..!!
with the circulatory .-.ystem is .-.it "T
The three productof this reaction ai.
JK.W uI "1 111W IIVil.i'y ' 0.11 !* ; • >1; 1
ti,,. Mw.rH .'1 a„im«l Is su.-l,
d> r that oraati a ni' .-t favorablr .> • i
the conduct of the reaction In whi- h i.nis-
,C ac'd is lib. rated ' n the oih i
while it is true that the thororuR,o> d... i
leaves yield a comparatively small amount
of acid, still th. y may always pro lin .
ssr ^^rr::WKr,,i'.r "
" ■ ■ - ntity of 'l- ,a
a conslderaDie cpi .t ui> 01 the poison, i ae
desirai.illtv "t - .tr- iully excluding them
■UK ot Kri.wtl, h vo n mmonMn
Wf com" tuV!'u?iw. r'thT . 1 r> «.«l 1 le Vf
little as to render them nearly liarmi.s.'.
The young shoots u hi. h e-jo.^up^tong
SSk" , „.
J'hi'rnu.d i'l1.-.'!''■ " i ii'in'.-.l r.
1 r' ijti t\ ■ r o t r'u U *1: t K """
Bookkeeping, Penmanship and
Capital City Business College
' Corner Cleveland and Division. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA.
] fall Term Begins
Began as a Truck Gardener.
The tender fenttment of that ?rweet ; £j*v (i iln ,u ,.(irn.
it rain. Mr. Johnson Turn Me Looae." ' ' ' - -
.s been ruthlessly reversed by the [ I'nit.d Stntea autiioni
inti-raK-tinie element of Ohio d
sa, but the head of the me
ent of the United States
a red thut the pestering I'
E * of malaria and other < mta£loux
mm Thr mosqultii. in uthcr
►orris, is a peddler . f the dreaded |
Pfha^ny of pood health und lon^ibiiy, th"
He not only takes , Impure |
WeW from the v in- man, but •
An E\e 1 blsl
While pu^hlnK in th" cork of a bottle
of beer, vhlch < auf.-d an explosion.
N. hr \ i in in kill 1 Moral:
big that Her.l at l Tr
by introduclns the
pulpit held a eri«a
lando last year.
'<1 I t r. st 1< U stock •
learned when he was a boy eight yean
old. That la when his gardening expur
lenco began on four acres of ground nt |
Shurpgburg. ,i suburb Jive tnilte outside |
of Pittsburg, J'a. .Mr. Helnx now uses .
th" products of IS.1.**i aires of ground
and employs :tVD persons in preparing I
h.s pickb* and other products and dellv- j
o bSU,sT'S; j
the Maitland Hotel. He came to |
Ills father was in the brick business ,
and had four acres of land which he ;
dl4 r a up" This was fine garden land
along ihe river bottom, nnd when he was
8 >puis old ih- l.oy started hla little ,
in'"* Jgiirden. J|e uaed to get out early :n
An ordlng t> Hlvtlv :' f 'til ' 1 %h- ! , I p'.mt i he s.-ed. Th' i
at tha annydroua a IbH • | « d d i'«- fardin hln -• II
At this rule ai'"'f. •'!-•- ' >.: . • nul of I'm I],] •> at-d lettnc and p. as and otlf-r v<g-
Mack cherry ivavt-s niay . nsldeied as .., ,.s as tiru. came. He auppli.-d
a fatal quantity for a w t Ina own family tirst, and then wh'-n ho
During the work this summer several u . years old he took the vegetables
apl«vs each of ultn.-t-,: in .pi ;:„| m • and sold tlicm to tain-
rv leaves tprunua cens'i*) ^"i. an - - ... . ,,id be carried the vegetables iroun.l
d. Those of the pluin, apple and rather hn , ; Then when he was 1U
cultivated u.-iry >iel.Ud no ,. | ),. had a h• rse and spring
J. B. FAIRFIELD *
IRANSfER, COAL and STORAGE
TELEPHONE NO. 2-
A 3 OF ALL KINDS delivered to all parti al
PA :Jj the dty. Good teams and spring drays.
Prompt attention given to moving household |
t attention given to moving
and safes. Office and yards.
■ A" I
vm 77 to W
leaves, so that. In this connection, they
might 1v clfeased with th.- ;• .v.-a of the
. "21" ■
Old b- had a h rse an.l spring wagon
and went to market and two years later
as ili. output grew ho sold to grocery
* Mr^Helna says that the recollection
"i KXMa^8. to 'l'k.-1 tbe^wo
. women If they hare l ad t i .,r.iwln>:'i.. uc ..
CS. TIlftCHEP.'S V. L"'
r.:hr •- rvf
may he add. d a few ti*- i niade it a
Bljfthe in lna Ns - rk upon I Uas in." he
• al- with my s iccess than the desir.
Dally the world routes to kno^
tor and better the Infallibility of the,
mo<l.-ml •>•1 Golden Ku'.e You must .
do Others r th. \ will do you." thai ihm.'i.st
or" (-' • *.d! d «• . . . I de i'j u.n. - ^
ndt tam\ Cdalus • li . I li .K-- m>s t bK my ■ oig t - and tUat meat.. p#r'.-|
Iii° I i 3. M^i'5rpJ!s,sa..'ffSSK I
•el i pr- • IS loitrl ... ni.-t th nu* :b .t^ 1^- ■ ^tUaa ea lt...< ' •... i .
..VSs2 S} i
'"nTTi," i ;T
omen employed to grind and pre-
i ipht • -
The plet j r* \|shness
effects of . -u d !•
li is now time that the Webb City
entlnel which so loudly b usted of
ormer succcss, pray for rain In
ust a Head
turally vre are
cheered to learn that the campaign J It will ti >w beln ord
i anlntt the mosquito h is l - n begun say to the man wi
1 mnoqulto ao lety has been orrranlz-d ' =
there, with a large and generally pro- |
is t hoc tie' '
two, clean ' " i-:" bnvter up t-.i
dispelling .-'in. .
gently yet ' - «>f destruction rro in part •
toovercon .> • t • d
>mr In the dark as to nil probable
..f nttack. «'oal oil. however,
to be generally favored. An ex-
a supply of he-.-ef.
The experience of Mr, Frank Household- ■ ■ - - .. n , i miu.
r ot Uutliri. , rcl„,,J In . I.,,.- | ... i • .r not m w■" to flo it I will B
-I OWll"""'■■ I- vs:s '■■■ .-t ..Ml l,. 'r..''lory. 1 J WU a | r, ; ua'. 1 . ..
Ilu- ,1-.. , .r.. ;..ut .,H . .IS ! .,, siu.,11 .,ua In a wmall roem. loxlj. In ft I - t.ok.d at me
A ■ L'in-":,' --- ----l"™ ln,° '
: -i-r.-, ■
I ii «>.
i t bis books and assisted bun In tho
merit of it. Hut hla own bust- R. T -what's more, if you want i
of coal oil,
id ke^p mn«-
p fifteen feet
throughout the flouth-
prhiuai uo All .!t . T>"rl> ll" -V to rt-, l«
fell IBAi :*<• ■
*.*LlrU . , .... ,ih, >-.1 I - -
I - *4 lo wl'l hriv., t-> llvp, ti
.MntflW ,* w ..n lhi> fun..* u£ kinisim uu.
■ r«" ,r"
THS CAPITAL N A>
T ?.Oi% AL B&MH, OiP
6IJTHBIE, OK LA.,
ITORS EVEKV FA.
CIL IT* WHICH
EU&ldiFSS AND EE-
are call.J ,
.1 :,t th.- .
>■, Horses and Mules.
— I-OIJIC IN HOBSI'S
The veteiinary aurgea
C. i tral \ ctermary M• U. .-
rteld day recently, when they
!u!!'.« ItvmMr'uo,",-. ' V:..
t, ■ v
^others «"d Children
Dad of fruit i • absolute I kinds <>r ptcKies ana bhuccb. Five
t the shii i •• ! woraed tbcr. l'lil the garden buHnesa (
Mi 11 - h.d.i-r bad grou . s that Mr. Ji. /. werked h
I n. v.* in nit.. t ed some time ,t. s. li,- had lust reached his ma- n
leed to his farm to
A pood anecdote is told by the
Hi shop of Minnesota of the sarcastlo
powers of the Indian. "I was holding."
says Bishop Whipp .. "a service near
an Indian village camp. My things
I were scattered about in a lodge, and
ng out 1 asked the
tv ai a «r«uge eommisslon conoern ■
lis pa> is quite us ridiculous There
ti.11tonal tri.it shippers association. I
a msn e .«t win. h has '
. tiiui , (t. r- perhaps the safest way
He nau vast reaium «« "• ,n tr., n tin ent ran • t a -b. ;.. when l was p . .;,e out 1 asked the
irji,i « .. .r««, ^ i. «n«. • «:«, i« « «• "> «>'
n dropped tb" gird'nuip end --r ] ,ril,... •, (wn >, . . thero while I wont to the village to
,rTn C>' tt Virajify** "" I hom a "rvl"° 'Vrs' h0 ,,ld- f"r-
\ r * • i . washington thai I <io Vo „ ioolc cJ at him. nnd no < • ^ fettly safe There Is not n while luuu
Of a yvuag I glisbman who pp,,k. ,0 h!|11 ^ ove, lhe u h I wfthlii a
tn II" >• ' ,lS'~ !, ■ ttrt .1 .-in T.. .'• « — ■ ,
.« ..,L.rylhi: K II," injjj u,(. , |„. . „ Ih. . v|
lie wuf I... IS.-.1 ltli ol th, .-.plu. ' .. tlir r.tl r .l I ■ ..
\£2 h'.md^it S/Sa .*"T -
. ,i ,h.. .."• • i i-u.it ii- |.i . . ' j
","r ' ,1,1 ;e •' "J1" *n. I n 11 1 « ^
1 : "TK.. v«w s-m. iw>. i*
IU-lolo. In tiio t
j It bristled with n
The extent to wh en . in ..
to excessive Whi fliu * .-1 «""•
which almost .very sp^uker b;
| "'n.^ *of 5uw'-«^'" f'" ' nut"-:
niber of the fam ,\ tn.it ti.
pressed by the fact I
wish. .1 w as allowed
recent evidence of the de-
ment of the Irish language mov«j-
itimulus of the Gaelic
uluctlon by a Dublin
tlrm of a typewriter which writes In
beautiful neat Irish character.. It Is
not an uncommon thing now in Dub-
lin to hoar in government efiices con-
versation carried on in Irish.
he was an
a great Bum- pa„i Revere tlte fatuous revolution-
pictured him an a geuaral. o i-* ary ilw-0. war. au Invent. and wa-s
, , l t ii .. follow wai ted to he "***" that he wae a poet, and uno^lier flrst in this eotintry I roflne and
.t h"o,.T ll- - ' - ' < I . ' >• ' ! 1tmt h" BtM" Th. .oil royifr T!i« ooticorn h. l««M
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