The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 80, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 20, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, SATURDAY MORXIN'C, JULY so, 190'
YOU NEED IT
To keep your atom.1. h in order.
To stimulate your lazy l.ver.
To assist your alufffiah bowels.
To clear your brain,
To brighten your spirits,
To drive aniay ihe blues,
and make life WM Ihttng.
A wholesome stimulant and a
Made bT ,h. Dr.
Mtduiuc Co., D«yfoa, Oluo.
Its c/lge Its Guarantee.
Norman Boosters flro Looking
tut For a Lot of New
NORMAN. Jltl.l* -,rt,....-i;,L)_At ti,.,
rcgumr imiutlily m. .11,11. ,,r ||„. X,.rin,„
' ">nu..,lul . lull il„ ii„ w "
l.rip. ulli'inti,iiro ,,r 111..,n|„ ■ I,',
U uniNiiumiiU .1,,'tlon of dlnfctora 1* ,
1, Joiu .1, Int. r.M .
IMtt. whlii |„ ai , .
1 11 <• 11.11. v, \ ,
j I. Larcti, I' It. Boyd, Dr. Meriwether'
A ' H !!. .1 .I..1 \ j
Acwrs .1 'i.l v\ 2d , .. ;
torn sleet the 1. , 1 1 [.,,, - offic -s
lor tin.' ensu-Vpi el* Hi 1 h
Th., brtJ>;< |'*«• 1.■< i ;i, - ■ , p . KmI1 ,,
Car.udian „ \k,v ..v., 1 ml I r, 11 IV,'.
b UVO.VH I lint 4'tlle <:.t! . ...1.1 |.| ,, ,
Ha.^ntractun.U,"1" which to ,
'J h«. Incoming pres*uj v , rr.,,„(. .
j appoint u committee* to act with t it,- city i
council lake I niknii, ,..M lll!s '
ett-Ar jt ELfrJUzsx
l'r. \\. S. Ilamlll9Ui secretary, foi ti
tuuulng mix months.
SOCIETY a_ HOUSE-
SAW IT RUST WOMEN AND WIVES
" B?ci™rvy " B"ak Down in Summcr-Pe-ru-na Acts
siii.LWjrtH cirr hill
WEATHER! ORD WANTS IT TOO
" HelUlliillr •rii.nn ma
<* 11 *>««.<« -In.Monti,not,,,-,-,, \
<tucnti«n mi,1 mhown That
Ureer In (he flare.
MA NQt* M, OKI,A
spltal: it hn:< e..i
ie citizens of Gre< r
( Weatherford Is n
rts to secure the
S.n.tliwfstj rn Normal
vide* f(jr l,y the
of thorn* intert
tlx ill the iiiju
I southwest pun
people and BOW
i< iti u, try t<> i
Institution in 1,1
•nil mi.1 aunt ti an,) Mot , . , (|,.,t | ,\ ;
Au!Me. 8un"; I' 1 ' n«' no|„,a| at
Aha l.s and not only tli.it 1. it i < with 11
a very short distant -• m I li. uonn.il .,i
i-.dniond, thun Ii th,- st h -.1 .mh'■ 111.| i , k,
calwl at Wj-ath,-rfonl ,,la. I„« the th.v-
ls. w'thln touch wltii ,. i.• anoth.-r an I
I compelling them to draw tln ir Htudenis
irom th.- hiuiiit- t. irltory, and leaving
5VN!,.V/ th*' ,,rr,,"r> Without Hiieh seh
t a, 1111 i■ s i, i 11. i . * i i
pla.-e In \ lew* that tire, r'c
Hchool. Ort-.-r ,-tMiiiiy (mm
ot «ihool land In , a h t
tribute to th<- .Hrhool fund .
n«l at the preH.-nt time
than tour tlincB as much
km,I i hall < 'U.-U-T coia11 -
than enough ulremlv to
tlons of school land ti. . ...
cuii In- ustfd t„r thU t-< hool al ....- n
Ic^lMlatiin m. seea lit and it is th,
«-o"nty in the territory that .-an >1.
VVeatherford Is not the town th it Ma
In hi nianv resin t i
as a 1 onic to the Deranged
Got'ir.0?*!-. \ T;- JPLY 19-<8pcclal.)-
llkc'H llu8 '""Ken into the town-
ii.'d Ca.luo \\ ill have
jenient a while longer.
•I baa feu^penoed Je ie
ot a letter be riec-
Oo\. rnor (i. \v. Duk,*s
... jiation, instructing him
with ti., aprraiacmunt or
not «ur\ ey, I ami ,,ial.
\ surveyed and the
. Hinckley and un-
be n case of dis-
w.-rk done, but of i
• sv ciotaary of the
i towns aa they
in Hinckley an
i.«e the work of
" work has been
< ••lit inn and in an
that it will not have
ST1LI.W A I hit, O. . JULY ID.- (Special
77 l"'' council meeting it was decldei
that a ... ■ • • , , . .
v t> hail in- I-.- |. i, \\ i: «j | . i!i,'iu« ;■
.. : .1 , . ,
IS" Mr '-1 >' •• .11 > h ill
^ hut the hoii | for the i, i i i;
full amount of contract prlas sod B.OW
i-ir tns city; the building aaeordlnc ti
pbiCM -1 Hi•• • i:;. ii, .r . .. (1| ,
cmiipl. lull wm ft in si .t> .j,,' , fr .in ■ . i
t.on of . i r• iei
WAj H033ESJ WDIED
^QED IJONIIAM, i-:\ \s, MAN Dll'I)
ly that ti
I that wa pro
not seem to
• Id tkt I
axis of ti
1 . Houston
tho bank now
\\ Breaks Up Again the Work of
Helping the Properly Owner
NOT ACCORDING TO TREATY!
C'nililo Town I.oim Are Sot ,o lie Ap. |
prnme.1 ir tin. < l,o« t«w ,.<iveiii-
incut (an I'reveut It—
< or I- uii.
i ms coaflnenienl of lis p?!h
More chl'dren would ba borae If th- mother c.::M ^ W-*■ 'X\,. " ^
** be nure th«t i> , •. mts . tr :l uiat.o-.s ol J of*
gestation , ,ulJ I e uvoldt-d.
>> "F.IOTUEZt'3 PSU£H3 S
• *** (thst marvelous linuneni) i- unique m relieving and \\ \ Wi
*-)m tended or^ aa. There is nothing like it. it ua< 2s*
fw ,, 'y V ■1. !•' the above *u«ementwt-<n !ir '^'ifcerehad
& ^rcfSSSr £
? **•* -*. £
Persons Returning From El-
Reno Give it a Call
SLEEP ON FOOT OR SITTING
,"'l1 J':lr "■int- -. SI.fir, and tr|s flgur®
1 ' ' ' I ' ivim: M ■">'«! Ttr : Is hut
: I I', . I ,v I .mi rd
1 1 v- ■' ~ ' ' •:'Ui.' i • ,1 a ml j.s nlso JlS .-V)
•' ' ' thau tin i i ni' Williamson, inad«
without a guarantee.
' 1 ' ,M' 1 he low. t brick bid with a teti
- r • • '■ ' 1 ; •• I with the highest
:< i-l'.i i lud v. .: h a. te,( y. ar Ruarante.j
v' v ■ and the subtraction
win show th i th,- brh-k bid now Is but ;i,
j ^... or 978,000 lower than the usphalo
1 i . .MOV \ !, . .T-' (JUNTY OPPIfES
OKLAHOMA CITY, JULY 18.—(Special.)
- A t ...Uiut i with C. O. J'.li.iMt'U for th,- re-
moval of the - ounty oiMcea was closed,
ihe 11.1 t that has hei-n signed pro-
ciden t!,at t'ic < unty Is to have the sco-
•nd ami thl lloors of a buildliiK bv -j.l
for four >
< r first
r .seems that beoau.se the Atoka
n,'■ i.t .says that the townsite rom-
i - 11 a 11 have si|"r\ islon of.the work
iiiif < n: as w,-,I :us the upprais< nu-nt
■ tovvi •!. there is to be a suspension
>rk so well started in the Choctaw
The Uiggmt and .Hint Itcniuiierative
Trafllee Okluhoma Koads Have
Kver Knjoye.t at That
'' 2 of thi
ioe is to commence on
i. whin the building is
> ji r occupancy.
i : v. ili be tlie ilrft three story
' 'a !i t'ornia avenue and ii will
beat buildings in the city.
wn m r v k w .m i y 19
Irg robbed on a Choetn- tr:.i
l:om 1:1 It- no last u •
"tied m.Mi in,m |innh
« • ad In t l-OWile I
V its placed I 1 a i i , ,kori t
hotmi < Ity. His wife a:i,l ,1a ^:u,
It- Smith, an
^■i . ,|r rnpi .1
A TARDY TALE
complainant in rap" , vs!- f,
NEVKiTMv. O T
Arrested upon tli
>'rar.k Coie -wuih
alleged t . l .. . ,
« vunlng i, .1 ;i . ,
Newkirk, but i nuii:
ftnsae Th, ; mi.i. .
f.- nrtlm Trout, of
i home is hi Arkan.-
trial. The crime is
ii committed on the
i !• w uiili-H north of
Int hiwy-my Just bt
H .. ounty.
. . . road their r,-rrltorv
the stability of the town
nmittee locating this :
what would bencht t.. 1 and no
to what benelit the Hcheol would tie t
a certain town, which 1 unour.-itaial is al
tin- aigiiment the people of \\ eatlu for.
are using t,, sei-iin this school. t \ th
time this bill was before the legislature
the writer of this artioie had a eonv, r
satlon with a proihini-nt cltia,-u of \\
erford, and be told niu that Weatherfo
was not In the proper geographical I t;
tlon l -r the hool. una it not then i.-
any more so now. Greer - ounty with hei
linmen.se territory can w-II support thi:-
si hool Mbme, not only with the uioie-v.
but with the .students to till the scho.ii
and If this school is located In this coun-
ty It would probably be the only territorial
Institution that would be asked I
in view of all the facts In the ease wo
think that a rank Injustice will he don.,
to the citizens of Hr.-i-r ciaiutv il t.'u-
school is not located as was the intention
>f the legislature, and that was Ure.-r
j. O. McC A LUSTER.
I'LL BOARD OP KDCCATION AP-
TISHOMINGO, I. T.. .11 l.Y 1. (9p- . | ,| >
Oovernor D. H. Johnson, of the Chicka-
saw nation has auiio'Lii-v-ed the api-.i
".""'•t of the lull board of education of th
< h Irks saw nation, under the agreement
wiih the secretary <-f the interior. Tin-
board is composed of J. J>. Hen* diet of
Muskogee, supervisor ■ f schools in ti
Indian Territory, Prof. K. II. Hlnshaw ..t'
Bloooitield seminary, and Frai K iiourlan.l
Lrin Springs. The boanl will ,-xami:-.-
an.i pass upon aU ci ni., ates « r teaeb. i - '
t"r < hi< k.tsaw nation schools, anil itm...
all exainlnalions of t'hlcku.-aw i. o n. I
rd has nothing tin
schools than to
knd pass ir.Min th
THK >. ATIONAT. HANK OP COMMLPCB !
AT STILLW ATER SOLD.
t STILLWATER. O T., JULY 19.-The In-
' 1 "• Hand In tie- National
I Wl/„ r"mI'";V'0 h:us l" ' " Hold ' ' Friin"
J. Wil.off ol this city and I r. S D.
Houston of Polo. Ill Mr. Wikoff has now
en elected I -1 • - * i 11. 111 of the bank, l r S
• ,-b)"«ton vi, president, and C.' A. I
Heuston v. ill remain as cashi. r. I
J la- dire,-tors ate Flank J. Wikoff, C.
I ;1' Houston, Henry M.
Hand and !. O .Stevenson. Mr. Wikoff
terrii. i iaj
Septt ml er
it of Che
•'t Polo, in.,
uite a coin]ie-
- his profess! m
his lnt« rest in the
"• e Abercromhle
MISS ESTHER O. I.nWE. n proml-
n.-iit younit wielcty lady at Uushliigton,
"I loot Peruna in early spring, receiving
glorious bent-fits Irom same, Cetore taking
Peruna I suffered with catarrh, always felt
tired and had a dull hea'iaciie. A friend of
mine told me of Peruna. I began taking it
at once, gaining each day. I now feel as ["•■" '
well as l(e>er did in all my lite. I advise all I
my suffering friends ta give Peruna a fair i " "
.-l-l,i a.^ • t i ill a gl
Peruna Is the tonic for a run d
peted nervous system.
Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, Elkto:
"1 owe my h
We rarely call in a phj
has been years
I of drugs, and
tsth?r (j. lorte.
ilnce 1 have taken
tan yours. I am af
:vough I have been
nve taken only 3
aro wonderful ind
large house and en
al and I do all my -
PcfifiY MAN KISSING
HAS BEEN GONE SINCE SUNDAY—NO
) .T . Jl.'LY 19.—("Special.)—Last
■ Bt mbaugh li ft his homo in
''ls si'i' e he n heard from,
that he had considerable mon-
belween S.'.'k) and |3',o. The
team were found Monday
1 half miles
OKLAHOMA CITV, Jff.r 10—(Kpt i; l .
— ihe overt tow crowd from the El Ren.
Pcgiitraiiuii liavy been striking tuis cit>
nurd. '1 hey are mostly nice people anil
are gladly received. Last ninht it was
•.■ i mi.ti, d thai -l "• i stra:iK.-rs lound lodg-
ing .a the city. Not all of them, however,
round be..s. Every chair ut tiie hutd
heh an oe -upant; the hallways were c- "-
er. ti, lumber piles were pressed into ser-
vice, and many sought rest in the lawns
ini the residence part of tlie city.
I lie greatest movement <>i" passengers
ever known in Oklahoma occurred here
ihe Santa Fe trains contained no l'-ss
tjiun persons. Two buy trains from
t juth brought in no less than i.U-fi
Tlie Frisco brought In three big train
sections containing 2.Co0 persons. i n >
1tIp<- paBsen«-is were ne.nly . from
h"M-> e.urt of St. Louis a,,.! was vv.iliou
douht the n.o. t valuable train that ever '
passed over the system, the tares aggrc- I
guiing more ti,an 4::m.'hmj.
i he Choctaw hrousht In four hlg train s i
',y .it" 1 ' -s:' ans, but they wer.-
mostly through pa-sengurs, and only a 1
few hundred stopped.
i he improvised lunch counters and the
lemonade boys do a thriving bublnesu.
STREET PAVING QUESTION. I
OKLAHOMA CITV, JT'LY 19.-(Special )
—'i'he burning question of paving is u[>-
jei niOHt now. The council is taking plen-
' contr t '6 L° ut maie ial and let a
| The specifications that have heen adopt-
ed state mat the brick u:,c l must .-land a
j certain test, to-wit: It must be placed
Mil a revolving drum load--1 with scrap
•ron un-l revolved at the rato ot 8u0 r, vo
lutions per hour for one hour and must
h.i ve no erosion of mere than thirty i«-r
« i ntuni. It must be immersed in water
twenty four hours and must not uh
sorb more than three per centum of
Us weight In water 11. Ammann In his
bi-l Monday proposed to furnish brick - t
local manufacture that would stand these
tests and at the following jirlces. W ith
A FINE BUILDING.
OKLAHO IA CITY, JULY 19.— (Speelal
"i "1 s il ,- bi .-n Cfmpl. ted i-.r the ad-
lltion of another story to the building on
• • • • ' ! i-'i.r-', I 1 y J.-l ti W. Khar,
id foj the remodeling of the entiro
"bis impiovement t. this build-
^I'l nin1-:.. it f the l est in the
'r. Shartcll will i-'.t his offices
id win ot , il l., the great r part of ono
for his library and offices.
The Best Prescription for Malaria.
Chills and r- - • i< bottle of Grove's
'I estelcss Chill i onic It Is simply Iron
and quia . Ulteiess form. No cure
—no pay. Price GOe.
DLL) CITIZEN DEAD
C. prtADWCT.L OF MfT.HALL, A PIO-
NEl.R OP OIvJtAH"MA PASS1JS.
Mi l.HALT,. OKLA., JULY 1J> -(Special.i
I - < . Iiiiulw- II a w- il known ai d respet t.-d
!' ' ''-en -1 this city, died here Wednesday
lie v is horn In Knglnad in 1820 a«d came
I to the l nit' ti States when about ten
- id He lias heen a r< i-lent of
jMiillia'l since the OJ- i ing of Oklahomiu
I i he decayed leaves four daughters and
t .m. sens, one son living In Mulhall, and
Mi-"- V ..mu in Si i Iw.u-r. II-.-, child • \
Hvi' :• in ikl.ihoiii.1 N,-w York and
WOOED MAX KILLED
FELL FROM TIT!? ROOF OF A CA-
BOOSE NKAR TULSA.
UOtJNDS, I T., JULY 19 - Elmer Llt-
H* ;,"r man of this citv,
ki'i"d II- '■■Identnllv falling from i
train near Tulsa ve>terday. J'. fell from
the roof of u caboose.
BASE BALL AT PERRY
I'PRRY, O. T jri.y 10 'Special.)—A
am,- bet w- n the irry base hall team
tul the Mulhall t-am ben- Sunday for a
P"r e of SI"*1 A good itt' ry having
-J. a I ig crowd will attend.
rs of .
i felt a
ugh is orti
'eruna,"—Mrs. j. w.
work, thanks t
A woman 1„ i, „bli,cd to kr„, .^"^'77.^1,
h..uru. hho must attend receptions f,, „ i,„n„, ,. ,
uii.l b.,11,. Si,., allow, hornelf a ,Z.S^V L nT" '
Quiei evenlna at botne. Her whole ttme Lurstimi nt ne and sympb
M ,flkrn «P ' keeping engagements or n.ajV tried i e'li" tr*'ltni t
mtertalnlng in her own home. , , • V DiPect,on 'or the
'months treatment will be prom
STILLWATER WILL BE CONTROLLED
HILLWAER, O. T.. JULY ll
nounced that the m
iliwat, r mills to an oi
-- -1 of the leading far
owers of Payne county
ag-ment "f thi 1
Tt Is an-
This signature i3 on e crv twittlo
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. A*eot,. N
, /► ORiCINAt
En lorsed everywhere as the best an 1 most
delicious Sae-e in the World for Meats, Oaa.e,
eoupa and Oravies.
An Excellent Combination-
T!io pleasant metbo4 and beneficial
«"?9dta of the well known remedy,
■ ' v '!• ok Fins, manufactured by the
. f v..iroHNtA Ki« Svnup Co., illustrate
1 value of obtaining tiie liquid laxa-
| .0 principles of plants known to i -^
.Jloicially laxative and presontioif
. * - utuluthe form most refreshing to ti o
J.V J0 and acceptable t, the s\ stem. It
t Is the ono pc rfe t strengthening laxa-
>I Vv , oleati. uif tlie eysti-rn c!f,-. tuallv,
< t olling colds, headaches and fevers
ptotly jet promptly ,aiding „,,o
Itoo/eroouie habitual ^oust i^iation per-
[ivancntlv. Its perfect freedom from
teVary objectionable qua..-, «.„d *u -
v:moo, and its actinrr <>n the kidneys,
^livcr and bowels, without wenkenin
ftv lirHatiog them, make tho iduai
j> In ♦ !« process of manufacturing flgs
\tfod, OS tlie.N are pleasant to the
jtc- te, Lyt the medicinal qu ilit i, sof t !i *
geoioily arc obtained from hcunaand
(Other aromatic plants, by a methcxi
Bfrotvn to tho QatiPORNiA Flo syhi'i
ptMOaiy. Iu order to p t its benelicud
and to avoid imitations, plci-.-e
icsembtf fuM name«if t he ( ompany
-inteu oc4hc fronWif every |uu l.age.
L/iSFCRNiA FIG SYRUP Co!
J * 'W yiUUiCISCO. CAL.
WBW y< KK. N T.
. S. M oMeley,
istruction in t
er the eon
MIGH1Y HAVE FALLEN
HISTORIC LEAVENWORTH HOUSE TO
PASS A WAV.
KAN'S., JULY 19.—
LEAN ENWORTI 1,
Th, two hist on al
Plu rson hulls, and v
enty-tive years aao,
today, bringing ii eu-
Ing 11. A. eu. .er, . \
- i ter, Generals Al iU
Merritt have issutn
them. They nre t„
rootu for modern la
which w.-re built
'. w.re sold at am
1 ti h, tho pun. hasei
•x-member of the 1
jr years officers of
itnient of the Miss
Idings and mu h n
r Smith. Fitz .!
ie«, \\ iieox and We
down as a t o
herself in a
If every s-
tho value of 1
"•as Completely rnn
enee.. She soon finds j v
ti« n known as sys- ,
i has al ;o been called
woman could know
i at such a time, if
that Peruna would
misery could bo
.- tters from
' United State.
•Ioty women all ovor
testify to tho fact that
mailed free i
will be suppl
say of Peruna
If you do nt
write at on< <■
be pleased to ;
Address I r. I
II art man Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio,
CAPTURED ANIi HELD
WER .ML iil
:ial.) -Wlle\ shwR
nd ahot by two
his pasture r«-i >
but not until he
ni.-nt whit h will
ing of two iniii
. JULY hi.
Morgan's Manuel and
Cobb'n ."Miii* tor 81.oo. Ali
land, townsite ami mineral j
aws and the complete ueofj- j
I'apliy and tu])o^ra]thy ol
your claim IJy mail post- \t
paid. Address, State Capi-i
till I'rintiiiff Co., Guthrie,
fli>d t if MB
AN EXPLODED SENSATION
THE FAIRY TALE OF HTJ
the OLD bovs
, JULY 1!V
KANSAS < ITY,
Rehi-rMun and "lii
who came m-.n-
night last by ,i
tho BUpposit U.U1 t
Mhv, Or,,.. 11.,. „
white del and attacks* hot ,•*>
n n Newton, were turned I -... t
lack of evideucc. j.uiiie,, .,, ,s
Ro««s In discharging th^u n 7
little cn<dem.*>uid >,' *t „ ♦<
merits of Mine Davis tr./l Nov t mi
stand both ■ f th -ui ,i
^^tatetni'iits n.;.ir<le . , ,,, a(.
^t w.-re j
i. A. u.
i Wo, ci-
you his valuable
the Head of the langston
Colored bchool-Will Not
— — " «' -ui. . x. ... . . a ., ii _ ,
ita^rPticsMc.aerbuiiia wtsaBtjUrmeiita ii.t ird' ; ,
J ^ aioes *ct n.o a ct l ong aJibJ. Jbcrou.
1 : ne vveni in Jong U
* ouo of great iileemire.
iiit h all par-
| Uft l! ink l
Notify C. R.
ICaabiun. O. fr.
su." ^bSfir ', , .
sur'"ivif ,- i. t .rns at a tmaU cost. J A G Jones h.,s i.een unusuauy ousy i
Jllj it, it ucvci fail to. with notary work lately
Mock, Adjutaiu. Reaves saioun miu •
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