The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 290, Ed. 2 Sunday, March 30, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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Tin-: OKLAHOMA ST \TK ' AI'ITAI. S \!).W MOKXO'O MARCH y>, Ife?.
©he (Oklahoma £ tate Capital
BY THE STATE CAPITAL PRINTING COMPANY.
FRANK H. GREER, EDITOR.
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DAILY, One y<*tr by mall . 9000
DAILY. H!x months hyma.11 3
DAILY, Three months by mall 1 75
Daily, One month by mail
DAILY, One week by carrier 15
WBEKIiV, One y<; r
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THE EXPi:RIMI:N I" 01 (.()-l:Dl J( ATION
IN THI: NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
The Northwestern l'niv«T«i y of Chicago is the pioneer of coeducation in J
Its fullest sense. t his institution began ten years ago with tlic same advat.
tages lor Ixnh nun nrf u in. 11 -not equal advantage-. Inn absoli :e]y tin
nunc. i lu- result of the experiment has disproven all of the objections urged !
against the veniure lie; ore the undertaking was made hut it has deve opccl
other objection* quiie as seritm- and more real. The presilen elect of the
Northwestern University in hi- first communication in the board ha- explained !
the situation by saying ih.it the notion tha. women are in...p,ible •>' doing coi- j
lege work, so commonly urged a generation ago, has completely d -appeared, i
The objection that young men and women cannot be entrusted to observe
proper relations in their social intercourse has lost its force in view of the
plain fact that the moral tone > i co < ducational institutions is distinctly higher
I ban of the coinnuiniy at large, and 1 certainly not inferior to that of -1 hools
lor one .sex aloni
But, on the other hand, one hears oftener that the increasing number of
women tends to feminize the in- iiuioiis where they are, in some case- to such
. n extent as to discourage the attendance of men. It urg-d wi;h increased
persistence that the social distractions and dissipations, with their widfijffnj
uvasion of the seriou- purpose that should go with -cliool life, form a \etv
serious problem, while others emphasize the fact that the broad difference 111
the future careers of the two .sexes should tind a more adequate recognition
111 the college curricula.
The trouble in the Northwestern University seems to be that the women
have too freely availed themselves oi the opportunities there afforded to get
4 man's education with the result that there are now as many women in the
courses as there are men and their number has increased more rapidlx than
has the number of men. It i- this situation that alarms the authorities of the
university. It is more advantageous to teach men than women.
J he women students increase in number faster than the men students,
therefore the umneu students must be separated from the men 1 identa} if this
separation be made the number of men in the university will incrase and teach-
ing will once more become worth while. The separation proposed by the
president has therefore the object 01 increasing the number oi men in the univcr
sity by removing the women to quarters where they will he less in evidence.
ibis the theory of one of the educators who doe.s not believe the women
should be sidetracked front their position as coeds.
Women who are free to choose the sort of education they want are par-
tial to women s college or the co-educational institutions. I'lie do not appre-
ciate being an auxiliary. The step proposed by the new president of the
Northwestern University will attain at lea-: pari of the desired end. Tli
institution will Jose some of it- women students and to that extent at least the
proportion of men students will increase.
Women have thus far shown a decided preference for either coeducation
01 separate education; they apparently do not tind in the system ..1 allied,
affiliated, annexed, or coordinated colleges the advantages of either oi the
other systems, however much the upholder.- , f these hybrid forms max claim
lor them the advantage- of both. 1 lie combined number of women at Rad-
cJiffe, Barnard, and the Cleveland t ollegc lor W omen is for the current vear
«93 less than the number of students at Smith College, and scarcely moic
than one-half the number of women students at the University of Chicago.
Moreover, the students of these colleges cotne largely from the immediate
locality; of the jiu .students in the Cleveland College for Women, all but 57 aic
from the city of Cleveland. Apparently, women whose home conditions pernm
it preier to go to a separate college for women or to a coeducational institu-
tion, and it is hard to understand win a special form oi education should be
forced on mature students when they do not desire it.
'NEW ERA" HOUSE PAINIS
Are guaranteed by us
personally for five years.
Every gallon is a full I. S.
Standard gallon. Let us
show you houses painted
with "New tra" 7 years
ago. $1.50 gallon.
1 he Eagle Drugstore |j|
THE HOUSES THAT ARE BUILT
FOR PEOPLE TO LIVE IN
I: iia• been di<.- vcred by a uulc-nt ,f social conditims ilui the' pari...
has >li - appeared from most oi the American ionic ■ The reminder oi a condt-
I linn that m i. brings its u ntil in the raiiije oi mental vi mi. 1 iic parlor ha .
A ND if you will i o to Renfro's Drug Store
he will save you money. Spring is here and
you must paper your house and clean up, and if
you will give Renfro a chance he will do you
good for we have the wall paper and can sell it
very low, and everything in our line we arc mak-
ing special priccs 011. Come in and sec us
DRUGS, PAINT AND OIL=
j passed. It is a g«•• d thing gone. Th rc are menior.es hanging bout .he old
j parlor that makes it seem like the donjunkeep in the story book of childhood ,
I he parlor of the childhood of grown up persons of todaj—if they lived in
the average condition of people of that time—was about as cheerful as a cenu
tery on a rainy day. The blind.-, were kept closed that no curious ray oi sun-
shine could lay a golden bar on the stiff furniture or take the color out of the
carpet. 1 he pictures of grandfather and grandmother were protected by mo
quito netting and the books on the prim center table were never meant to be
1 he parlor was never opened save when company came. To the children,
closed ;t vva- a mystery Open it meant the wearing oi Sunday clothes tha.
scratched and tickled, and the donning of company manners which were sel
One s.u jn agony wishing that .shoes had never been invented while out
side the sun and wind and birds and trees were all calling "Come out and play?
while the miserable little parlor prisoner was saying "Yes ma'am. 1 like my
teacher. And then the mother would -ay; "I can't s*e Vvhat ai W illy :o lay.
he is generally so bright and natural " And the company, while trying to ap
pear interested, was probably thinking if they had a freckled b-v who didn't
know any more than this one they d be tempted to drown him.
The memory comes like a benediction on the passing of the parlor that
has gone to join the dodo and the great auk and other prehistoric things
The people have learned something about how to hvc. They know thai
home means a place to live in—to enjoy life in, just enough room and no more,
ihe parlor of the olden limes has made wa\ for the practical homes of the
present with a sole view to the comfort of the people who are to live :u them.
There are compensations for tbe children of now.
Khifflisher Fr--,. Press: l-'red Wentier
writes us i hill !i< will be with tti- i'i
Press by lh< latter part of tnis week Hn
ban be. a delayed beyond his expectation
but no doubt be will make up tor ion
tim- when m-tB his .should r to tha
\ccordiug t" .. recent dispatch from The Wyoming method of dispos
Galv c-:-mi it w-uild appear that there iu of prisoners where the law delays
lome danger of the oyster ground i I efficacious if not commendable.
tlu ' lirmg ilesl r.iycd l-v coliche■«. i lu
fishermen, it i- - aid. know nolh lit* o . i i. , ., ,
. . • I eople who read another mail s
a bo-.:: : u conclu - except tha. t'icv an ■ ,, ,. , , , . ,
' o letters and look at her
tin. sm.iiu > nein-. ->1 tin ovs'r;- Iv.i , . ... .
1 how he could have done
the conch -or the conch-shell, as r, ■
more familiarly known—is not alt.
get her an undesirable crop :. > reap
place of oysters. Like the bivalve k ; , ... . ,
' I '
l earl. L"o?ic!ies are very coinnin.. A ballot cast for the republican nom ! <-, 'v ll,'in ."! IMnm-rat
rtiroughoM ill. Culi of Mexico and the inee Toetdajr will Ik- a rat* f.,r orefui „ timtictjoa'ta '.!!■ 'terram' nJ,'"Ti
i iribbean Sea Vmong the West In | city financiering. doubt, «ru« the caun ol kneplni nw«!
i a- hon- : i- . -:-y in the cattle. I Moods in Southern -1atcs indie.i . w'.Vui^o '.«it 'V' work''' ' " h"'' 1
j natural horn ha- a deep tone which, that other places besides Oklahoma I '
i when properly manipulated, excel- tha. ; have bad ram- '* | '<;r.o t Counij x. ws Fake liKlitnliiR -u.
■—— | a genu an- worklM« th.- ill «.v.-t
.. . i the country. Vou bad Just js well tak«
I lie iMlld convention Is going ti. be >"ur Ciiam-CH of b'-lun «truek by light-
Ponea <'ii>■ t '.itirU-r: I'oiich City b.iS
more neat, clan and itti ictlvi at wreg tttun
| ury other town -i ii« we ever saw
\"o better men are to be found :ii of-j 111 'h'1 nir.ti- r "f window deeo-Htiona and
e than the men whose names auori; I j,aaHB,8'.ddl,J!vi'v of K"ods aro ,,ot KUi'-
I ern cith'sl
The latest London novelty
siiminer-a: h cure for fat women " A
West Mnd house is fitted up as a luxu;
iotts gymnasium where aristocratic pa-1
tient- turn summers.nilts on Sweedi-h i
principles. The Swedes are a patient I
race, but it i- not be'ieved they will j
stand a lot of fat women doing flip-?
llops on their principles.
most picturesque in many years.
1 lie city election should be a ratiti
cation oi the republican convention.
I ue -cla> will be the day for electing
the republican ciiy ticket
THI: QUESTION OF COINAGE
FOR THI PHILIPPINE ISLANDS;
The question of currency for the Philippines is ,t serious problem in the
light of some things that are proposed Mor instance, the theory oi Mr. Conaul.
who was sent to tin -land by the war department to inve-:iga . currency con-
ditions, would virtually establish the gold standard with a siver coinage based
on it at a ratio of thirty-two to one, litis would require tha the government
should maintain a parity, and to do this it would have to be vested with ali
banking facilil r- -id functions
The way to Americanize tbe Mauds and further their busine.-s intere .
seems to b best accuinpl -lied by the introduction of American nione\ aiu:
The proposition to co;u what i known a- a Bombay dollar or in equiva
lent, as lias been sii-c, ud id i- -.nd to meet \m-.h favor among 'mc mem-
bers of the committee, would be mistake for the ame reason that it is a
cheap money. If the I'nited Slates, is to hold the Philippines solely tor the
purpose of e\p! -mg them : profit tin ,!,• |.« them o, bull on - he co
«gr of the silver standard dollar might be a good plan, leaving the los- In,
hbriakage to be distributed over the commercial interests of the l'h ippiu
Islands, Their foreign trade will be conducted on the gold basis no ^nattet
what form c i currencv ni.iv be clnv-en >r use among their peoph
The chief objection tti the direct introduction of American monev s t w
increase in wage- vvlii, h if i- t. red would result and iln c>:i-.-qii t u ard.a
of the export trade ic Islaml-. When it is considered tliat w. there
arc now from ten to twenty cents a day in gold it would not seem an objection
to raise them. It probabl. in oductio.i \m
have no such eflect ior any voiisiderab e time, however. If the i
standard of value i best for the Uni ed States it ought ii be best ior its jM<u.
lar possessions. It i- no; -traiiK> siiat the Hri !i banker- in the M.«-i. vvlio,,-
profits are largely derived frorti the exchange oil foreign coin, should advocate
the silver standard, as all of them do. 1'he r claim that tins standard should
bi idopted 'hi 1 r ,.f the rade the Philippines willi silver standard coun-
tries ha- no force. 1 he com i., ce of he i-'.n;ds ;od.i\ largely with lap..-i
Russia. Australia, the I'nited States, and Java all of which are on th
basis, and practically the only silver standard country or country of no
grd whatever w th which the Ph ppincs ti%le is China.
The Philippine comm --i i v it i apparent that the principal currency
of the islands is Mexican monev :he r .tio of exchange between it and United
S a cs monev w 1 be sub-.-, t to c ant Hue:uation-. only as ihe markc;
value of silver changes, but mores especially as he artificial demand for Mc\
can dollars may ucrca-, or dec- a . in the great v ■ii'iguou- Chinese market-
Mvery such Huctu on opera:es to the injury of all business intere:
thai ot the local bau . ..cd -;'ccn,ato m currency.
PROPOSED NEW POSTAL CURRENCY
A GREAT BENEFIT AND CONVENIENCE
No pending legislation before the congress « the l in ed States at ti.v.
present session holds more oi real interest to the farmers who live on rtua
mail routes than does the proposed postal currency bill This is a revival ot
the postal check and is provided .n a form -o 11it I . inexpensive and -ate a- •
commend it to all persons who make remittances through the mails.
In this connection the following comment from tlii Washington I'o-t i3
• : interest as defining ihe purposes and plans of the u.-vv postal checks
"A measure intended 'to prevent robbing the ma.I. to provide a safer
and easier method of sending money b> mail, and to increase the postal reven
uc- is pending in congress and should receive consideration Its passage
would not entirely prevent mail robbery, but it would reduce the number < f I
such crimes by reducing the profits accruing from their successful perpctra
lion. It would certainly provide a safer and more convenient method o j
sending money by mail, and unquestionably would increase the itycomc - tii> j
Post Office Departmen:.
"To adapt these post-cheek notes to their purpose it is provided tha. the j
words 'payable to hearer on dentapd,' which appear in the notes for whicu
they are to be substituted, shall be eliminated, and in place thereof shall appt
the words, 'Payable to the payee named hereon; payable to the bearer i: t
.paces are not filled.' Every devise to insure absolute safety appears to ha
been incorporated in this bill. The fact that more than half of all the p
'di'ices in the L'n.ted Slates are not money order ott o - - a sufficient re.
: -r providing this species oi currency, 'ui-tantlv :ran-ierrahle into - ife ui- :i
to send through the mails." It wi.l answer every purpo-c of money in o-
nary business, and will be changeable into a personal check on the Un
States Government by the simple process of writing a name. The saving i
the government would effect by substituting these notes for money orde
In the Mast experts of the building:
departmen: have a great way of tel! '
ing wliether a b.r.lduig is going u fail I
by pasting piece of paper over visib'e j
crack--. If the paper tears the era ksi
ire widening. I'eison- in crawling! ,
on; of the ruin - of fallen building.-
should be very careful to inspect tile j
paper and report the condition of it t.J (
Kingfisher is building: un elevator.
new three story
Ming h.s to sir11 uni- uf th<-ir not«*H
wh n it turim up at tin: bank and ymi
«(*«• tht- Iinjuuni and 1 vi; to pay it, yon
will be financially deud.
Ardmore Appeal: Tin Mu^k pup. -s
i an alwMVs hi- ili-pcndcd upan t > apn|i>-
gire tor th«- liaw ■; Cjipm n-i i wh -
• vi r that fonsili7.f<i r -miiaiu "t antiquity
in jUKtly e< iisiirt d fur iintlonKiiiK lla-ir
' herrult-an tusk" in the h .p. ni havi. K
the Riip i-tne pU-.isuri- ami uratifn atin.i
of Bigning the new pav i li.
Tin- .-itiz.-iiH of i ii Imllau 'IVrrltory an:
ii'>:iiK Hit- MutiK- ihinn that oklahonia p .
|d«- did prior the jmssiui ..c th« fr •
liomcR bill - they at writirp >•- -" nul P■- -
t« rs tu .epre.-i'iitiitlven in eoafjn.••- wli -ia
, they happen t know. Tbtt are uot n- ig
lo let eungri-HH ri-iiiiln In ignnrane.- .,f
I hi- liiiliHii country.
H the newspapers fienerai i
s a shot at the institution '
m the publicity necessary t
et his present job. He i.!
all men alwu> - w ere. 1 h •
made him but because he
k ;s iiist r- • "v i ii.g it tui ,i
•nsiil.ring i«Ihiis for water*
fiction of Oklaho-
ma. nr«- lo t'if ••tTi'ci th it tV> - i >p pr«iM-
peets are mo t «*in oiirua nK. The wh -ut
that v\ ,.s th .iiRh to havi- !• i-n d- t o> • l
by the d >>n111 has been liro'iitlu our i>y
tin- recent rains i>. -u.n ,i •.-••ni. that.
T':« faMiH'W i-'iw • Cm i" j.ii• > r • -v . i a
only i lir WJ yii ni IniL nil uct'i'.'ti-r
tmouatini to r:. 0r a" per cot or lut
Rhodv sent him
W hile th
j wherein pt
idition of mind ex
who are not mar
and jieople who
not it is going lo
a decision even 1>\
| Lawton will hold uu
. ( j attitude of the may,.
... | ot'llou.
1 ''ho Aluskogec and \\'«-*teri. '. getii i|
, n 1 is-;idv in make propositions to oiuid v\<
, :rom Musk-iui-i
V \< w York newspaper in baominn a:
\ ilmni-i- man for governor of tn rer
, \ i . i t >ry oi JeffeiHon.
r.-aehlUK for the last t
bonus. VN ill she get it -
t-T able as a i niiNi-ipiein
month th i
fit.st i:, :. r-i r
; l>u111« and flourish is th* I
lll«. iUiiy. Tht tf wa u! s
if fuse I,. m\ t .ward the
. is |n u state of d.-y rot.
1 An editor in f klahnnia vv
noes to i-h'ireh on Sundav
tile following sensible I .
ladlew should Ink.- ufl i
(Jiitliri. is i. ■ w
id of thi Kuty
i • s. and be Im-i*
>• to duplicate it
ills of li.elr
h i i oiiitf t i
Ther*4 is Ker
ut I lli ' "lioeiaw
the sale iii
Some of ti
cliureh. No preaeher ean inspi
i the In- who is looking Into i lop-sld-d HfKr<K ,-
•ai lands! t'"U -if ib-,ol birds i hami-l- nkois,
itlons. si -1 (Ted WeiiHli-.-. rildions i • j |. sll>*k-
.sir.iws, paper flowers, ,-iin taxsels ;ont
ftii ialto thistle dow n. it ni.ikca .i sn. . i- fe- i jost
• I on mr.mm the wild« rnes
dated and in.
• prosecute him
Id. it is estimated, be abc
ions of persons, the scheme
Possibly the pending b 11 i
ii, and the carrying of it ot
c reducing expenses and it
II $<■ (i.i Oil
tself to g.*i
.o coininodat i-
bin the purpt
.itilitv of the
• ugh the bar
be more than
on the markc
wa\ s smells in
s wauled i
'l'erumse!i R.-puldloan: The demoeratu
territorial i-entrsl eommittee is now op
posing the oklahoma statehood bill be-
,, <>klaiioma Cii: ptop'e will sur *l>
i-reathe i sigh of relief when election is
omen . \.-r The esmpalgn down there '- thv 1
cp,ng most strenuous 1 ■ "i attempted.
H. It .Miteh.-ll the formerly -of-Oklu ho -
m:i «'it.v attorney, who ir.- d lo kill a I
i brother attorney at Anada.ko litsl week, I
■ i h-s t.. .-ii bound i1 vi'i 1., court In Uie sum
.'iiiat's "f 12.50".
i-* om tin amount of favorable comment I
hick M.inna'i s candid a y has brmiKht out !
tbe fact that he looks like in- would be I
emu i the runnina at hm*t, remarks si dem-
...... ocratle exehann*
irdmorlte: In \ lew o: tbe hiet that
bur of jili kinds is in demand In and
around A dmore. there are , d iss --t
Infers who seem to preier idleness abovo
evehrything --Is. True these ui.-n may
have ii big l> iik r-ill and do not have t i
vv .rk l ut why th« v should j.r.fer .t hand
hi Ht tin b.<ck rk.or. to ii ten . i-nt nn.il
• I an eat I iik house, will have to be ex-
plained awn y ta fort w< can claaa Uiofc
only In the loafer line.
.Medford Pairii-I : Sin ', weather! Only
III fur ,j diak ui a M issouria u! Itain ui.il
mud"' oh. no. n< ri n<a kickmn -only
• xpressina an opiMlon. Our wlnai grow-
ers could not have ordered better con-
ditions. as the .loud and fo«s In. v.- k pt
the wheat back utid en.sc.I i to itool - i
K-iod sbai.i . addirin ■>.msliler.111|.• to ilirt
• •x pee ted \bld. Hardens and f ult are al-
so ciminu on with a rush, as aprieols,
peaehes. pears and plum.- are in bloom
I'.iwio-e county T*ewhjmpery are vlsd to I
know tha' McOuIre coimeno.i to
I ■■rinlt the ns. of his name as a eiindt- !
dati for deb-gun The\ s| euk «f oth r
candidates as imvln® butteii Into the | P'oriiabi
iik net revenues.
RtPLBLICiXN CI I > lICKfc I
'Ut MKMIIKKH « .i"V fOl NC'lU
i irst \\ ard- \' IS 11 oust ce
S "nil Ward \\ S spem . e,
Th.nl Ward i: I. Ilirsehl
I . lb Waul W II Meiten.
l-'ifth \\ aid < S N IVrklns
:■ « >K .Si HO' M. HOARD.
I-list W.i.d J VV Tavloi
S-. ond Ward K. I-'. Tullman.
11,1.1 Wind A i l-'..i<|i,bar o!
I'o .rtb Wan!- I.nni: Ter.n los VV.
N.-al Short Perm II A llooth
Fifth Ward John llousi
The pre sen
| expires bv 1
j May ncxr
possible tor c
place o! the
i should happc
more than tv
be the means of
j ber of Chinamen
to this cotnitn
nitaiiou on the stn
I here is s iid t'o
fear that it will be
ngress to get the n
L'-ed in time to tak
Id one. and that i:
io be a hiatus ,,
rniy-iottr hours it r
Of enabling a large
uake their v\a
ie countrv .
Tied in order
spends his c
e'urtis I 'ourlei Sonic ,,i the ffii luls
m oi d into the n- vv nut house at Wood,
ward but were driven out bv ihe smoke
i In faulty eniistruetiou of ill- fine-, pri-
\ • nled the smoke from ascciuhiiK tin «hj
, ii should.
might happen :
riiere are an
\ vote for the tepublica
da> is a voice for the bes
had in municipal administration I lu
men who arc candidates on that ticket
arc exceptionally well qualified and ^kI«
mosi loyal to the ci.v I hen elev.oaj -ufficin
will be a guaranty oi a clean, able, an I 'hat tin
economical administration of the citv'. timid;t>
affairs. : are urg
urged before anno
will run for congress
becoming and their
order e>f the sultan prohibitum
eatnb :n.j ui In- • 1- • i . • vv c - . iti
urc money basis,
; Now i
and it -
THE CAPITAL NA-
TIONAL BANK, OF
GUTHRIE, OK LA.,
ITOBS EVERY FA-
BUSINESS AND HE*
SPONSIB I L1TY
t VIIs 1 loins' Lio>i v car scce:|
•s living in th' vicinity if l.rxPi:-
'Ianted small crips of potatoes for
■ailv market and i.-und it i.. i..
crop Tin* w aaon no i. .-s than
farmers living near town hav.;
( I'l nncheil out in pot at-i grawliiK for roni-
II" l--l.ll purposes, an.: : ...I . u l,,„lf. W^I .
snipped ill and planted Among thost
I w lio have planted the tuber extenslv- i-
I IIi.m season, vv tii. i.11,. ,|Ux Sh. iuan
son-, .lacksot -uni Hiiiuhani, :;o aeres
A I Seoit _N. a.-ro, Sam !'. S. well 10
Heldihn p. acres. Hen Phillips
•vi-r before* in tbe histo v •.i |
. • the people shown so lit -
ill the eliv election which !
next TucsiIhv Hood clllnt ii- ,
Mulhall Hnierpn.se tiovernor Kt-iuu*
sow t.otl- . r\ --d eli prospective . on-I
uresslonal eandielntes and others, that ;
the territorial eommUee is not a
i uldat- machine. is right in lin.e
j koikI, wholesome polities.
' acres. Tom
New Roche 11
be fop congr.-s
ol Jefferson oi.
1 should be,.,ill-
| that the tirsi
- i ai. tht 'I'.- rltory
"I tin Imiian Territory,
w. n is v .-ry probabl*
eernor of the new ter-
"• "III .Iinlg-e I M . "ampbell f
Ardmore, i. T. lb js personally ai quaint-
te nis with President
■ . , ,, taken ii keen interest
I in Indian Territor.v affairs for many
■ jears I . is ,,f Scotch inn i-stiy and is
utsceiid, d li tun t br great Campbell fani-
.... , . „ . 1 ',v "J °''' ' 'alediinla, ut the head of whieti
I " k ivt ii Journal Oils h--w wHI he i.- , i. , the long In.. ..r.ltik's of Vra\,.
ow wn Hon Dink T HofUti is In town for even! centuries But Judge Ounn-
•d.i\ talking Willi In- voting friend* I! ■ '• •!! i, not a man to bo*.-! of Ids aiu-.-j.
well ac«|Ualiite,I and it a common m He is plain unasHuniing genib-
"I o who Kiasps wuh equal warmth ti'*
I home hand of Ihe worthy son of t' ll i*
• " "'s the palm of the man in the hlgli-
I I -' 111 I >>!/.., •• of III owa li. Hit- till "l SI a t i o n II. Would make ii e*,-e||ent
1 -I I., sniok. mie in. at om- dav last I'o ernt-r of thf new terrlt irj
j week, building a smudging fire In .ha:
"• ! aid •strinu.llg t 111 tlieio liver II Willie I
absr.it from the use th-- l.arre «ught ' Adelaide
• fir. anil the contents of tin Maciaiat.
diinguuti destroyi-d: loss about ti;-
' Uoiiont l>lspatch: ll is reported that si
ertuln .1 i: Urooks. IIvIiik n,.i tnr from
I leer '"r. ek, has found Kuld ore on his
. un ihnI will muk i w. i\. dollars • >
ihe Mil. With RitS. oil anil sold HI this
-oiinti\ ii will certalnlv become- a k eat
1 Mecca t'T the capitalists In a little while
A mai.leti w. et and fair • day-
A vision bright of slicei d.l.ght,
A rival real of blossoms g;(y
i M Ka-tertlde and llllles white
A maiden sweet and fair as dav.
H-'i -mil. ihiow- i K-,- .i |.cut nw*r
v d I >k«na moi n I hat follows night.
A ninld.-n IWMI and lair as <l«\
A vision bright oi sheer d'-ught.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 290, Ed. 2 Sunday, March 30, 1902, newspaper, March 30, 1902; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc124676/m1/4/: accessed February 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.