The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 316, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 30, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, WEDNESDAY MOTCXTW,. APR!!.' ,v\ i<)o .
Woodward. Ofl T.. April >:•. A atnal
• ! !•>•( Iun« swept through the eountrj
seven miles southeas tof town doln
Output Greatly Increased
ished and several outouildings w
•ompletely destroyed. The
was lollowed by a rain and hail stor
hut very little damage was done
the growing crops.
KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA injured in cyclone.
Can Add $500,000 Hach Month
to the Industry if Cattlemen
Will Taka up the
DAN SNYDER AND Wtl'K OF HEN
NK88KY AItE INJURED.
Hennessey. O. 'I.. April Dan
Snyder. who formerly liver four <>
five miles south of Hennessey, hut
went to the new country recently «>
live on a claim, was injured in th>
storm which swept over the new
country in the neighborhood « f Moun
tain View last week. Mi's. Snyder wtv
also injured in the storm. A letter was
received Ity the relatives of the fam-
Bpccial to the State Capital. ily here the first of uie week, a -!;
Topeka Kas.. April W. F. Jen- ing >< nm of them to come down, some
Mil, « f II,e "f the wlnilvi's 1. it im^tlHy niornine
, for Mountain \ w. The letter stated
Creamery company, has just returned tha( V[ and Mrs Rnyder were •
from a two weeks trip iir western Kan- hurt, 1 ut did i it say uow bad. Word
bus. eastern Colorado and western Ok- is exn -ctcd to arrive from them in a
lahoma. He brings bat!. :-mue vc.y f • w
interesting fa ts renaming ti
WEDDED liN LAWTOIN.
PERRY YOI NC MAN MARRIES
I..WY SON (URL.
I.awsou. O. T . April L'. . Mi. C.us
C Wollanl of Perry and Miss Mary
M. Smith w re married at the resi-
dence of the bride's parent- in Law- I
son Rev. R. V- Brown, pastor of the
Presbyterian church oifielati'ng. Only
a few" immediate relatives and friends
I Ilii V ES KNEW
J. n. TALKINOTON IIAS HARD
TIME KEKPINt! HORSES.
tiou of tile country unit it-' >ok
"The main object of my visit.'' said
*.*!■. Jensen, " was to push a matter in
which all Kausas is deeply inter. Med
but whit h is not generally known. For
several months we haw ! • ■■•n trying to
jj. i the cattlemei. o7" wes tern Kair-a ■
und Oklahoma and ••astern C" orada
to commend- milking their rows.
There are hundreds of thousands of
fairly good cows out there running on
the rang«- and in pastures, evcrpone
of which might oe making their own
«i; from two to ive dollars per month,
\I a after year these ■s hav. gi\cii
tli tr mili. to calves which v.mild have
done ptsi as well on tli skim milk
and aiittle meal or oilier fee ! The
butter tat lu tliis milk L- worth $
per ton—rather expensive feed for
"Well, we have begun to get the /
fanchmen to see our way. One ranch- Loger, O. T. April 29. J. l< Talk-
man near Oaklej will milk seventy- ington, who lives two miles north •
live cows this summer and .-••wral tow: having a hard time of it to
qthers have determined to milk all ke« p hfs fine team of bay horses. Some
the way from fifty to cow api< • <. n. nt.l. am) they weie stolen and
This means that these men w * be get- en ■<> Lawton and sold. He recovered
ting from $350 to $1,000 i i month them at considerable trouble and ex-
out of cows which heretofore have pense. and tue party charged with
brought them nothing bu 111« calf. If .-tealing them < ,t afterwards arretted
One half o the ranchmen in western andi snow in jail sit Mangum.
juinsas would milk their «>ws. use a j-Vne part its again stole them last
separator to skim then nmk and -nip n ht. After getting tli.- h >,-•
tit- . ream to mark'-i. ti .<■ would !••• •• . .. , :M| • 1 town broke a window in
$. u(i.iMjn u montn going in to tha*. (),<> ,rar nf r. c Johnson's store, en
tonui ry for < i t am it is a ••.-•i i>« ly tered and took a $4- saddle, two pis-
til e greatest thing in t!. state I lie ,,,] • ,,j gnn, lot- of ammuni
pot:• ibillties of growth for tin ' tir; an,j a number of pocket knives,
industry are beyond 'computation. This . j fruit and what change there
i. no dream, but a reality wi n-n was i. (I jn th* money drawer.
I'.en now on lite verg' of nalizat >r.
"That is ilie greatest dairy country
kh|!: cM^Wre'everTmanth'lli STRUCK NATURAL OAS
; ,, AT NEWKIRK, 0. T.
"Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work
No Soap, Borax, Soda or Ammonia is needed with
With little water and less effort you can clean
anything about the house better, easier and
cheaper than with Soap or any other cleanser.
Once try it, you'll always buy it.
Made only by THE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY
Chicifo. New York. Boston. St. Louis. Makers ot OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
k k . Memphn
ll\l SI OCR INDIS1RY
(II IM)I\N IFRRIfORV.
W eather Report Indicate
,\IILID INI IMS CYCLONE.
President nf Council Vetoes Gas
Franchise-Oklahoma City to
Have Asphalt at Once-
Cotton Crop Report.
Sales of Thoroughbred by Suc-
cessful Breeders Were a
i ! Okl.i'ioma
PAM!N<i I Ml IiNOIANS.
WILL BUILD HOTEl
OF LATEST DESIGN
Wi INFIELD CHAC
icclal to the State Capital.
Wintield. Ka... April J'.'.—The .'
setubly opens on the evening of . i
^ ...... . , r-t 17. with a grand concert directed
( apt. Sam Hillings in the ( ity yu llu,(. I)f \Vi.. i rtdiege
Looking For Suitable Loca-
tion to Erect One.
Captain Billing-, lormcr, prnpric
of the Okla hotel in tlii- cit\ ami r
owner of the oalan.tl I'r.int/ hotel
Enid, is in the city looking for .i
cition for a S~^> hotel. It is hi
:>■ probable that ll'c < .• J'! .:m will lie
ha - always been an adniircr "f < .'ill
no interests here. Captain Billing
.nc in a decree that will make 1
a ino-t valuable addition to the cap
Ity. There enid be no man io.
here in the hotel business wl'.o w«
be more gladly received or who wt
ditaide to liini .
Music. The first platform addre
be given June IS. by Captain II
S. N. I'he following are the
('apt. Kichtnond 1'. lixiison. I
Col. Geo. W. Bain, Kentucky,
Rev. Geo. C. Lorimer. New York,
i'rof. (<■ I" llobinson, Hi. 1).. Chl-
-%pt ci.il I)i--patch to the '
Oklahoma City. (>. .
•varmth and co«>lne~>
hroiighout the week, acc
:cncrall fair weather; local ->h
uily occurring on the -'-'d.
The week was remarkable i"i
innous high wind-, and at tint
.ere sand storms, that caused
.image to the growing crop
Temperature was above and nrecipi
atirtn decidedly below the average for
Wheat made good growth. id c r
tiimcs to improve in condition: tin-
plant ha thickened up con i h raldv
and fields, that the farmer expected t->
replant to other crop . arc now expect-
ed to hake a fair yield.
('.it- are generally up t" a^oodstand
and made a ood growth, and arc
in fine condition.
('• rn idantiu i- ncaring completion
and re-planting is in pt ogr' :1> «.ir
l> planted is up to
1 * I * ICIKS
TO TI I<'S
(", R F.LI I
I) T( > lll-
it. Mr. Uu
i ll .
a lliillK of tiio
I has clearly
\> . onliiig to
\ Opcnetl hs
irni near H«>n-
vlth a splendid
t of ('olumhia
RAN AWAY 1 ROM HOMt
Special to tli
unlay night, a week :
aged 13, ami Elbic
years, living in the
Kldorado. this count
inn the high winds.
barley, alfalfa, and potaU
good growth, and arc in go
1 29. I
ago. Earl Sharp. 1 t hein
Jones, aged 14 «i.-..rg.-
mghbt.rhood of :«!•• aim
tidied up total snl
their horses and left and at last a< - Mr. lii
counts nothing had been heard of !'d
their whereabouts The former Ih
! a son of E. L. Sharp a eattleman.
living five miles southwest of Eldo-
rado and the Jones bov's parents live
! near the Purvis school house They
are both said to be bright, intelligent
boys and both have good homes Mo
! cause for their leaving Is known e\
! eept boyish ambition to get into the
great world and do as they please, two «•«
It is supposed from the plans arrang- ;tl $1"
ed thai the have been arranging for bull i
running away for some time I ii realm
parents of both are much worried ^
about them. Hoys •!.. not realise until
they have beell out a while how fool
ish such a step i. but it will come to
i them sooner or later and then they
will wish that they had not done P.
sale \t the
of thanks ai
ritory. A II
C Y. Se
cows at $.'.0(
i at $10
the -Ille w'-th
i ■ 111ai ks « out ernlnK
cattle raishu' Imsi-
v Ii taken. I'rom
flni h the bidding
Ev< rj animal old
>me price, the high-
ild for a h< if< t by
■ .< i n.nun and i he
innnted to over
piov id< 'i .i barbecue and
0 people during the
i tin sab- .( vote
i i hr« e cheers wore given
u i he wa iinanlinoiifdv
I• ii i man in the tor-
e ;..|, with
iers was organized.
sales were as follows-
|.| ■ 'i (J. 11 mile, three
$425, $i"" Win. Stewart.
I' llrewer. bull
of Muscogee, a
I- tlb' r
r $t• A lluin-
t lion \
eli go. | ><
l)r John It. HeMott. Philadelphia. , v !!/ i " '
Itev. Herbert L. Willet. Ph. D.. of : *«dlct
Chicago. I 1 otton i>
I Frank A. Cattern, Chaiatiqua. I vam ed. ai
■ Frank iv. Robertson. New York. i -onie oi i
Imperial Hell itlngers. | wtirkcd an
Oratorio. The Messiah.
Winflehl day June ly
Commert ial Men's du> June -I.
Recognition da> -June 23.
kaffir and broom corn
ing i> being rapidly ad
i^ Hearing completion,
early planted i- being
CHI:RC)KI nil CTIOIN.
pecla 1 to
i.id I" I'd bull. Mar \n-
\ b tot in many showa, waf
ip i iv i r- 1 ' •!' t he < "In m taw
on for $400
it.'- v s . M I . < i" . n dona'• d to
Whrttaker Orphans hoine at Pryor
old lor \ fine bull was
. I ■ 11 • ■ I a- i 1 i j -1 •• •' lo tie home,
in the market.
A N !1 V \
i Literature- I
ONCER.> TO LOCATE IN
are completed for the
it ure—Hr. George L.
•of. Vernon Squires,
-Alma Fellows Piatt,
Mrs. E. P. Hutchison,
the pure i
Le n .in idt
up in \<
.• bj leap-
. and bount
* I" * .1
S for s
o long r
t garded as
IWS vv i
ill go to
and hunt ;
K for them. In. teai
ruinte them, the cow
them in the future
y business in ti
inn..' d will a-id o• -tli
<• f its products and ti
ipon evei \ industry and
will get our
perlty. I « \!
t)f ray time
made all this
away with th<
it has i
a stami-Mig station. Every r:tnchin; ii
can hace a separator of his own. feed
the skim milk to his - ah': und ship
the cream. There is no di:ng< r of over-
production. There i- a marlo t for
every pound of It if you have the faciil-
tie; for nandling it in i t:1 enantitieH.
1 beiteve Kansas butter will one day
compete with the buter of every coun-
try in the worhl in it.- own mat kit.
W'c are gradually wal ing the people
trylntheworldlnitsownmai • • t tua ; rr
up to these poss,iiiliiic and when
the} see it they will do the re.-t."
A SAD CASE.
Deep -ind Dry A!I the Way-
Flow is Moderate.
Special to the Staeh Capital.
Newkirk, Okla., April 29.—Three
weeks ago yesterday, the Newkirk Gas
& Mineral company began their first
prosiie. ting well for gas. At shortly
ater noon today the drillers struck
,i motleiate How of gn. at cet. The
well is practically dry as no water of
any amount has been struck in the
wuole depth the deepest dry hole that
has eve: bee;: put lown ill the west,
it is believed.
This well will hr- saved and the gas
used in tlu- further development of this
field. U h le the present well has not
the force iin 1 volume of !',te best wells
of the Kansas gas field, yet it is very
encouraging tiiai there is in this region
a profltab!- ,ie!d for development.
Shawnee. O. T . Apr
numerous manufacturing concerns
from the north coneldering the propo-
sition to locate here is the Clinton.
Iowa Manufacturing tompai y. win.-h
makes a specialty of the manufacture
of bed springs, one kind of which ■
th" company's own patent and is very
much sought after h yme public.
The company is organized under the
laws of Iowa in the sil lliof S"i0,0u1
and of this $j.".ooo of the stoc kis paid
C. I S. L
W. C. T L
Chaufauqi t Boy*' Cldb Dr
Naismith. Kansas State i niversity. as-
sisted by V S. Plank.
Oirls Athletic Club Miss Alice Leg-
Art- .'tis. Blanche Mitchell.
K. E. s. A Miss Helen Klmber,
State Presiden'i Federation Clubs.
For full particulars and our beautil i
f,i! ill nitrated booklet addl* •
The Chautauqua Assembly.
Wineld Kansas. |
inds thra -lung the tree--.
The ground i> in good « "
nrkiiiK. but the high wind
and rain would be bVncfi.
oscnine up the soil; -iib-.
he State Capital.
xas. April 2!). The
ot all in from the coi
held yesterday, but f
Indications the follov
officers were elected
F. It. Guinii, representative; i T p«,i
Gibson, judge; 1- L. Ixiyd. county I .-ity <
attorney: L W Tittle county clerk. ,,r la
K. S. Jones, district clerk; R O. I,oon> . , ast
oounty ftreasurer; J. G. Summers, pumi
sheriff; E. C. Taylor, county assessor; I« 11>
<s. Houston, county collector. IpfpeE
LARGER THAN BlFORI....
I'l ENTV OF WATER.
pomi < iii:i:k nf.\ i:r again to
be \ l ry town.
bridge where ilie
IWC! house of the
II t.i !• H- I The
s and part of th«
and pipe ai e here.
i'l. t-d and :t is al-
I imp the w< lis
r is first clasi it
\v until Bond Creek
tem of waterworks.
KILLED IN TI
Speei.il lli-patcll to
( YCLDN I'.
It f!as Always Been a Sure Crop
in Oklahoma and Also a
CRIMIiNAt CAI I iNDAR.
R EW A RD
HFI I) WITHOUT BAI! .
MET THEIR WATFRI 00.
\ ETOI.n F R A NCI 11 sr..
A'cording to the view.-, t
if local cotton growers, i
this year will be about dot
an\ frMiner year lu the hi*
nil1 it t
by cotton proving alwa
in Oklahoma and a pr.
well. It is stilted 'I
the county and teirito
Stillwater Ga/.' t
me conditions •
tit the act
in the tn
lie paid for
. - and Ilia
I tn ptuindl.
• • beet, ten
ion or pa rtic-
ESCAPED I-ROIM JAM .
HAD MAN GETS LOOSE AT OKMCL-
(111K \ ND FLIES.
CHICASAW 1 K.CilSl \!I()N.
ii." •* ai"
Spet ial to the State Capital.
Lawton, O. T.. Ain il L".'. information
was filed against Mrs Martha Nan
Bibber for insanity. She ga> t birth to
a child and insanity was th n- ult ot
her ciBkness. Mrs. Yan Hibber and
husband formarly lived In th< Chick-
asaw near Terrcl and are now at I1 ;
fathers eighteen nilh . wt-.-i tin
rtoth arc young peoph and ha . the
sympathy of a lar?« > ir« le of at quain-
tanees. Mrs. Van Bibber wi'l l • ■ nt
to orman and It Is hoped that she
will eventually recover lb - ■ !• i-1emtia
lakes the religious form and f« ;ir for
herself and family comp< i the placing
of Mrs. Van Bibber in cnsiotly.
Special to the State Capital.
Lawton. 0. Tm April 29.—The citi-
zens of Walter ha\e donated tell lliilt,!
Of right a way. cash ami lin
town nits as a bonm to the Roek Is-
land to nulld a depot at that phi. e i
Tho road Is now building and will be
conip.. m a short time. In order to
assist tile project a grai. i tlrawing vlll
lie held on June 1 ti. There vil be ten
prly.es of one lot each, and sale of
ticKCts Will close Jure i. A • onim'ttee
will visit l uu ton n ixt woel to sell
tickets und advance their town inter-
ests. Look for thein and help > :.i out.
Moore captured c-iibert Joh
wa1 charged with stealing
Thursday from William Noble, fore-
man of the 0. & C. C. railway gradini:
ftI'-ps. Sometime Snndav night through
a* •tanc from th' outside, he mad'
by prying off the lock tn
Publisher: The citizen-
)k!a.. thmk so much o
• r of th.- St t<
his p. iit u tint when hi
irned a short time ago
11L. 1 if m. c'ing and i ,r ■
tlley offcri I him t" ere.
g and install a new plant
i -ed to accept the mono;
t availed hini.sclt of th.
DRAWING M M DERMOT1
Special to the Slate Capital.
McDermott. Okla . April —'The
i, i ; ' I n ' iott i itc
comi,an> iin i at Al. I'1 rin.^tt and pei -
letted arrangement: for th' drawing
(wlutli nn ill tal e place Tuesday. May
This is a uni<Jlie feature in town build-
ing in the Indian Territory and will be
watched with Interest by investors and
ot members composed ot represen-
tative men from the surrounding towns
and country. McDermott is beautiful-
ly located. Is surrounded by as line a
country as can lie found In the Creek
nation Th- Fort Smith and Western
and <> ark and Cherokee Central cross
it this point.
11 3 A
spuriol s coin.
1 ( i.NK \
pliii'.sojihy of a cold is nr
-'I"linn-. Of the skin and
•an< . The nervous re*p
ion. ailed sneezing, den<it.
coppt r 'n oki ahon1 \.
it rV rr wnnmnwho to |rrrr-v
-\i-ir* who to hn> piicr *l n
l'°l' ■' wtin u o'ilfj like o h vp h r 'irt
m nil -tittn Tiiu'i"-!. in-l iilrmUtei
* my u ii-h Hi. i soap I want rvcry
to tn- i soai> on hibf an-t how
it will t -,!• ti'Mr one «>f all 111v ••• .
m l .iUUakM MVy awet-i .ci
i: we ! '
MIST I ti) TO ! HE PI N.
.1 knew -- tLat
i. . v h - It
for- •• at
par, and Uiu
- • ual
ntT 'bis. In <n
. h lia11
li. i • he suppl:
r - lie 1
' Ic'.' Vi
'.. M . su.\ .
II rter# l'r..n
oki \hom\ mtv rom).
■>]i ever planted in OV.
•1 Li -i wffit
•i t- put |n
_b • rafi:
'T have l,ee„ ;
11. I bovp mi
* i'-e 1!,.
in.-, ihi! • ivil
•••I a family
Maker of Jur '
lion. Jarum J>ii%pr«iti.
l. s. Claim Aur.
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