The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 352, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 12, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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MISS AMANDA MOORE
Catarrh of the
Many Women Have Catarrh of
the Stomach and I)o Not
Pe-ru-na Cures Catarrli
For the most acute • dyspn>-
ia and the most chrom ami Mub
horn eases of cntnrrh o: t .«• stomach
lYi'ina i n unfailing cure.
Mr. I' l\. Gaston, of Milton
in a rici nt letter to Dr. Hurt man,
„ with atom-
DATE TO VOTE
ON CANAL BILL
Senate Rcachcs Agreement
When Debate Stops.
Miss Moore Suffered for Years
With Catarrhal Dyspepsia.
Ordinary Remedies railed to
Cure — Pe-ru-na Made IJer
Well and Strong.
Milo Amanda Moore, Marshall,
"I h.ivc suffered for 'vvcr.-.l years
past with acute dyspepsia and try
ing several remedies without any help,
decided that it was my fate t> -.'iter
throtiRU this hie. Last wiiir 1 '<mU
Peruna tor a sever catarrh. the edicts
of a cold and you can imagine my joy
when I foutrl that tins wondcrtul r-m-
ery not only cured my catarrh but
helped my dyspepsia.
"I took three bottles and found
myself well and strong. I can
now eat heartily and have gained
twelve pounds and have good
reason to praise Peruna."—Miss
"My wife has been si>'
ach trouble foi almost three years.
"During that time we doctored with
thru- <>f tin be«t doctors in this part < •
the country, but they did her no good.
Slu fell oft in f.le-.h from 1 U pounds
to Ho pounds. and was unable t" d<>
anything: in fact, was confined '<> her
bed a good part of the t mc. 1 • • ■ ••
thing ^hc ate she would throw up.
even water. Tin- last doctt r we had
examined her and said sh.* had cancer
of tin* stomach, and said he could do
her no good except to giv ■ her -nun
thing to lelicve the pain, atid that he
would not advi-e us to have an op'*:
tion performed. This coming Iron
one whom 1 have alwavs had gr ' it
confidence in. you cannot imagine my
feelings and thought -.
'"It was then we decided to quit
doctoring and tr< Perun i, and from
the beginning it helped her. She is
now able to do all the hoimwork. Sh •
is gaining in flesh and I think will soon
be back t< her former weight.
"To make a long story short, wc
owe her life to Peruna. for I am sat |
isfied had we not tried it she would
now be in the grave."
If y-.u do not derive piompt an I
satisfactory results from the use of
Peruna, write at once t" Dr. Hartman
giving a full .statement of your ca
ami he will be glad to give you hi-
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. llartnian. President of
The Hartman Sanitarium. Columbia.
Senator Stewart Calls up Motion
to Reconsider Indian Treaty
Vote and States he Will
. Lyon s
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
Honeymoon to Chicago and
Eastern Points-At Hume
After July 1.
Washington, June II.—Just before
adjournment today the senate agreed
to vote finally on the Nicaragua bill
jhid all pending amendments on Thurs-
day. June 19, the voting to begin at
Minco Citizens Raise Large
Sum to Repair the Pikes
MOVING THEM Ol'T.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
TCI Reno, Okla . June 11. -All cS the
old wooden hulUllngs on Hayes street
west of the Kerfoot tavern are being
hauled away to make room for the
three story brick addition Mr. Hum
phreya in going to build on to the
main building. Whr finished. Sam
Humphreys tavern will be noe of the
largest in the territory.
Before consideration of the canal
ouestion \\.. r 'timed today, the mo-
tion of Mr. Wellington of Maryland
to discharge the committee on provis-
ions and elections from further con-
sideration of the resolution providing
I for the sttbm:-sion of an amendment to
the constitution for the election <>'■
senators bv the people was defeated
I _'i to after a shfcirp debate.
I Mr. Fairbanks of Indiana, in a curc-
fully considered speech, favored c<n-
I miction of the Isthmian canal by the
I Panama route. Orieinall he said,
he had favored the Nicaragua route,
but an investigation oi the subject
couple:! with the deteriuinttion of the
Isthmian commis-ion induced him to
change his mind in favor . the Pan-
ama route. He argued that the route
not only would be cheaper in the nr>t
instance, but cheaper in operation af-
ter the canal \\ a - constructed. He
earnestly favored the construction of
the canal and resented the intimation
that those who favored the Panama
route were in the least opposed to a
Mr. Stewart called up his motion to
reconsider the vote by which the trea-
ty between the United .States and tilt
and Chickasaw lr
At tTie residence of, the bride - par
cuts Mr. and Mrs. John Masscy. 41;
North Division street. Rev. C oh a can
performed the ceremonv last night tint
united 111 marriage Miss Lillian Mas-
sey and Mr. C. S. McCreight, two
populat young people.
The home was decorated with car-
nations and roses, and the bride wore
while silk mousscline de soi over
white taffeta, with orange flowers.
After the ceremony the couple de-
parted 011 the ten thirty train for a
two weeks visit with friends in Chica-
go and Last era points.
The bride is one of the most popu-
lar of the teachers in the city schools
having taught in the banner school
for the past two years, and the groom
is one of the employes ot the Capitol
National bank. They will be at home
to tl.Hr friends after July I, at 423
North Divi ion street.
A SPLENDID WAIST.
White India Linen with all-over hem stitching, Frlnch dip front,
open back or front, stock collar with hem stitched turn-over, pointed
hemstitched cuffs, sizes 32 to 42, a beautiful waist and dirt cheap at
the price, only
$8.35 Each, Postpaid.
f The Kind Y?u H.i.g A:.vats Bought
CROPS IN GOOD
The fo.lowing etier is received cor- j
reei.il g the published crop report
from I/neoIn county:
Chandler. O. T.. June 5, 1D02.
Editor State Capital:
In your laauo of the 4th Inst.. I
n >t. that In the crop report for the
Oklahoma counties that the crops of
Lincoln county in no far ..s the cot-
ton anj corn is concerned aro rated
as being ,n poor condition. In th!.< eon-
■ itificd. Mr. 15ailey had an amendment I neetlon I desire to say that an Injus-
MAKES BIG BUSINESS
Inspector Jenkins Making Deli-
Kent Case of the Walnut Log
Matter—C.O. Blake Has
Plenty of Fish.
Special Dispatch to. the State Capital.
El Reno. Okla., June 11 -The mer-
chants of Minco are determined that
they will Ret some of the trade that
is go?ng to other towns. On ast Sun-
day the merchants met and sub-
scribed |750 to be used in building
roads and culverts. This outlay will
bring .Minco thousands of dollars be-
fore winter sets in.
WALNUT LOOS CASE.
Special Dispatch to ti '.at Capital.
HI Reno. 0:.la.. .1 :i(. It -Special
Agent .!• :il,Ins. who i; briMi here fo- i
t-ouie weft lo , alter frauds I
> havi erpetrau I on the '
i..au « i timber culled*, 1
brought ' . maloner Mitts >
lenlay u do en or mo it cuts taken
from the .i:it11 of walnut trees that j |,0
weie eald to have been cut by a man jt
Mr. Jenkins is going to prove by
the cuts thai the logs u< w t the
Hock Island depot were cut where he
said they were and not at the plan-
Mr Cordrey hp Id they were
Spe-ii'l Di-p;;tch to the St..! C
Chickasha. 1. T, June it i c:i>
of Chickasha will von >'•- • • •< < - ••!
bonds on the -7th day of .tune and will
immediately procced to ■ u-ct thrc
school buildings for white . . m.l
one f< r colored. Plans ?nd specific.,-
tions are being shown the school bo::i<:
by the various architects. Tin- bonds
will be 5 per cent and run for twenty
Chicakasha street tan commences
October l. C. K. C'/la;u-kv the street
fair promoter has the matter in
The colored people are preparing ior
a big time on emancipation day June
| iQtli. Several prominent speakers
have been engaged 'or the occ.i ion.
Thev will endeavor to make ii a "air.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the ' y/f/7 ^ .. "
Gisnaturo cf Luus/j£7<6.icJu.it
BAD HOLE IN BRIOQE
I to make to the bill ratify
the treaty, but when lie explained j
relation to the cases of the* In- j
p-nding in the courts. Mr. Stew-
aiui mnced that he would oppose
the motion to re-consider for such
purpov. Tin entire rr.icMion was di~-
ussod at length ' Mr. Stewart. Mr.
I Matt of Coimevticutt, Mr. Bailey and
Mr. Jones of Arkansas.
Many so-called "bitters" are not
medicines, but simply liquids disguis-
ed, so n3 to eade the law. PRICK-
LY AS TIB1 ITERS id not one of this
claas. It is strictly a medicine, act-
ing primarily on the kidneys, liver
and bowels, and for tho dangerous
diseases that attack these organs It
Is a remedy of the flrst grade. There
| is nothing objectionable In lis taste,
: It has an agreeable llavor and Is ac-
ceptable to the most delicate stomach.
ll I'i .n
ita. I. T.. i
I to arrive this morning t
t> tlie funeral arrangemen
ite hu-l-and. John VV. Railey
i ■ in I deatl in hi|> room a
rria hotel oMuday morning
fiic« has been done this county by
whoever i« responslb e t >r the report j
and that the party ce riainlv did not
Inform hfmse.f before making It.
The cotton and corn crops n this,
Lincoln county, are. generally speak-
ing, in much letter condition than
they were last year at this date, and
acre for acre, will yie d at least 35
per cent better even though last
year's bad conditions should prevail
from tlife time on.
The excossivp rains that have cov-
ered all of Oklahoma have caused the
farmers to be do aved in the cultiva-
tion of their crops, but! the weddfl
have not made such a growth that
the -Tops are at ad injured except in
the few instances where the farme
ha.? not suffici ent stock to care for
all of the ground he may have in cul-
Some of our creek bottoms overflow
and wash, some do not. in the '\ase
of tho former the crops aro destroy-
ed but can be replanted and a ful'
e>op s"cured In most instances even
though the cotton is not planted be-
fore June 15. In most instances where
the land washed on hilly farms the
loss Is from one to ten acres but in
tho county genena'ly the loss Is too
l s ight to be accounted a damage.
JOHN M. HALE.
Boys waists, nnlaundried, light or (lark
shades, with or without collars, sizes
15 to 12 yoars—60c each post paid.
Boys' Night Shirts—The good wearing
washable kind, woven colors, separate
cuffs, handsome, stylish patterns,
sizes 12 to 14 inches. They're the
best mbirts you ever saw for 50c each,
Boys' Underwear—Balbriggnn shirts
and drawers, knee or lull length
drawers, all sizes for boys from 5 to
13 years. 25c each postpaid.
Good Things for Men to Wear.
Men's Fish Net Undershirts—short
sleeves, thinest and coolest shirt made,
two grades 25c to 50c each postpaid.
White Nainsook Undershirts—please
the heavy men, thev are non-clinging,
presperation absorbing, all sizes up to
50 inch. 50c each postpaid,
Scriven's Drawers—elastic seams, very
best grade made all sizes np to 42 in.
60o pair postpaid. Extra sizes of
above G5c a pair.
Fancy Balbriggan—shirts and Drawers,
mottled dark colors, a splendid 50o
value, as a little leader we'll make
them 45c a garment or two suits for
|1.?5 post paid.
Cellular Knit—or basket weave balbrig-
gan shirts and drawers, plain maco
color, cool and comfortable, washes ns
easily as a handkerchief. $1.00 a suit,
Union Suits—If you've never worn the
"Munsing" you have missed the best
part of life, "they fit" that's tho
whole story in a nut-shelL Fine
Maco Cotton $1.00 a suit. Fine Lislo
Thread $1.50 a suit, postpaid.
THE month of matolng Is
* hare, what more needed or
appropriatu for the young
he m te• keeper than a present of
We're showing® beautiful Double
Faeed Satin Deniask Ti in. wide in
tho Mtyli^h Flour De Lis pattorna
at a yard, post paid.
A magniflcient double fifed Satin
L>Hni;Mk, K.' inches wide in the
laie&t scroll doaign, importedmml-
ity, the finest piecos of damask in
ttirt Territory, 12.50 a yard, post-
Bleached Union Damask, M inches
wide, slendul qulity, handsomn
patterns and an A No. 1 value for
25o o yard, postpaid.
A I.aeo Cnrtain that Kpcakn for
itself, Finn Nottingham lace 52 in-
ches* wide by tl'^ yards lone, hand-
some scroti and flower designs,
cream or white. Our word for it
thojr're cheap at |2.5u a pair, post
If you are needing a carpet,
or just thinking about buying
one, drop ns a lino and we'll
tell you of a littlo plan ofour's
that will enable you to see
ours at NOT MUCH COST.
Shirt Waist Suits
Jtre Cool, Neat
We are showing a fine Corded Linen
Crash suit, sailor blouse style, white
stock collar and chemisettee. Linen
color, graduated circular flounce Skirt
with white braid trimming. Tho en-
tire suit only 3 .50 postpaid. In or-
dering give size of bust and length of
Special things you'll only find in a
large department house like this.
Umbrella Union fcaits—The latest for
summer wear, wide short pants, Jer-
sey ribbed, taped neck and sleeves,
lace trimmed, a cool, easy, comfort-
able garment. Comes in three grades,
Bleached, Maco Cotton 35o suit, post-
paid; pnre Lisle thread 50o suit, post-
paid; Silk-a-Lisle, (a bountiful gar-
ment) $1.50 a suit postpaid.
Children's Union Suits—in fine maco
cotton, "Munsing" make, all sizes,
50c cach postpaid.
E. Z. Waists.
The proper waists for boys from 2 to 13
years old. They're Trouser, Hose or
Skirt supporting, all sizes, 25c eaoh,
Summer weight, black only, fine Lisle
finish, 75c a pair, postpaid.
(Patented) Button to the waist, black
only, for missos and children, all
sizes 35o a pair, post paid.
Hemember we Pay
Jill Mail or
and refund your money if the
purchase ii Not Satisfactory.
• (JUTHRIE GAINS
Census Report of Assessors
Gives City Total of 17,528
YEAR'S BIG GAIN
W. R. C. ENTERTAINMENT
North Vine street,
of the city. The hob
[pun W i
(ttilv one r-'iiH'iiv in t'.e world that
wi 1 at ones stop itchiness of the skin
In any pa't of the body: Ivan's Oint-
ment. At any drug stoic, 50 cents.
d that the
I the body tak<
e l iii the familv «
as met by Mr.
llartrantt Relief C«
jive a patriotic enter'
•r the 125th birthday
iidi'y evening, Jum
ed to attend.
The program is
Prayci Rev. Mil
rps No. Jj will
ainment in lion •
of our Hair Sat-
In County at Large the Gain Has
Been Better Than Five Thou-
sand—15,578 People Out-
side City of Guthrie
1IAS IM I'.M'V OK l '.-ll.
6pr< ' '' <-V >
El Reno. Okla June II V law
number of men and boys with pitch-
forks aro throwing hundreds of rlsh
on i of the • v :',hs. « a u - - .1 by high
water In t!v V th^Ca.iadimi r
Hon C. I). Blake has invited a num.
bcr of gentlemen to his farm for the
purpose of fishing. He has a rivr
farm a:i<! ilurin.n th high wa'ir the
flsh were landed in countless numbers
In tho 'CW p!a« «-s. and Mr Hlake
afraid utile s th aiv removed. b -
Rniell will be too strong for his
CANADIAN I.RIIX5K C.ONK
pp< ■ [ iiisp.v. b t. th' stat ■ Capital
El Reno. Okla. Junell During tne
high water 'v bridges were washed
way rhre< In Mr §ltton'a d^.trlet.
two in Mr. Leeper's and one In Mr.
$chwarberg's. These bridges will be
replaced by aubatan .lal steel strut t
nt of l'*i
getting Company \.
.'diners for the annu<
Kin^Hsher it \ugust
gued and in the place
!<• adjutant general
time to aj
oi this eit;
"Tisn'f safe to l e n ilay without Dr.
Thomas Eclectrie Oil in the house.
NVver tan tel. what moment an ac-
j cident la going to happen.
TRIAL HAS BEGUN
Special Dispat eh to the State Capit;;' i
I Winb.l I. K i: .. June It.-For the
Sui.tr bv Mr
imin K. Heeler.
aston at 8:30 tomorrow evening
home of Mt>. W. T. Yeager on
OUI) FELLOWS 10 MEET
is ahrays pure
Brewed fironi carefully iclected barley and hops
leave the brewery until properly
- never psraiittci to
WORD that word Is
refers to Dr. Tutt's l.iver Pills and
Are you constipated?
! rouhled with indigestion?
n\ > these sy mptoms nnd many other
uii'.atv inactionof the LIVUR i —r
According to the return of th<
ty asse?sor, just completed, th
torial census shows Grthric t
a total population at preset.t .. j
5a,V a gain of, -.077 over last year, when !
the territorial census showed the cap
lit a city to lvave a population ot 15,-
For the county at large the cen -is '
ii -hown to be ,v;.iOl, \ gam -t j
over last year when the population
.vas shown t<> be 27.869. ( ntside >f J
I the city of Guthrie the county census 1
i The returns are very s:.ti-trct• rv ,
to the people of Guthrie. a< th
I beyond any doubt that Outhri
largest city in the teri i:
th the increase in the rai'
ciiities the city is continual!;
in popul 4>n
ible t > 'i
a 1 taxab
lake Mo Substitute*
a -hort time Mr
sessor will be
mplete return <■
property in the eoutuv a.
has been a faithful ser\ u
plishing the work •> t .
ways a difficult undertak 1
DEATH OF FATHER
Alva G. Baldwin, clerk in the gov-
cm inert land office left this morning
'(•>[ Conncantville, I'tnnsylvania. in re-
spouse to a telegram last evening an-
uounciiij; tlit- death of. bis aged father.
He will be absent from the city several
, Attie B. Reed for several year
hi duty in the Kingfisher land o
is been assigned to the Lawto
to take effect first instant.
fa York Hardware.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 352, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 12, 1902, newspaper, June 12, 1902; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc124745/m1/2/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.