The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 11, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 2, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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SATURDAY, MORNING. MAT 2. 1001.
The Oklahoma Slate Capital.
•y Tha Stat* Capital Company.
FRANK M. GREER. Editor.
SAMPLE OF THE I tlie cau*e of cltlwnK* tii-ket in
PEOPLE'S INTEREST ' ll,e ,,,u,t campaign, wen who insisted
! that partisan polltica had no place In
The Stat* Capital a few days ago said . nmnIdpjl4 KCV,.nwnent, would do biro
that one of the greatest objections to a tfte justice to retract their unfounded
constitutional convention lay in the i statements Disconnection with a myth-
fact that many of th« people of the! I'"** r*DK- greatly simplify
territory did not favor statehood at matters If the admlnJstratiou kt*w
, present and would consequently take that ^ ilie towty support of all
| no part in the selection of delegates I elements in its effort 1o give Guthrie
and tbo convention would there-1 8«°d government, and besides manly
Dally by Carrier In City.
-Strlatly In Advanc*.
I.of | fore not bereprescntative <>" tho
of the entire piih-
Dally by Mall
Three inontha ..
PI* ntorUba . „
Or.« yaar • •••• • • , . wishes wild desires
No aubaortptlons will bo aent by o u in
tfca oky of Guthrie. I lie, && a state conn(ltutlon should
Sunday Edition. ' be. When this statement was
•to yaw by nail
oiooth* | be ^ mxm ftfrord«d but the petition to
mmm the president of the single statehdod
i made It was not presumed that a pra<?-
. 1 tlcal demonstration of Its truth would
EDITORS TAKE NOTICE
GET READY TO GO TO LAWTON.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th.
Th« members of the Okie home Press
a.*eoclutlon are hereby no titled th«t the
next annual meeting of tho aHaoolatlon
will held at Lawton, Muy 20th
livery member of thu uaiioelaUon la ur-
gently requested to be present, with their
wIvb If they nr so bl'HHed.
Those of the fraternity who are not
members and wish to Join, are cordially
Invited to Ht-nd their naiues to the e« re-
tary of the association.
n K. HENNEDICT, Bee.
Hobart. Oklahoma. March 2«. 1WW.
The progress of the paving Is gratify
lug. Guthrie strnets will soon furn-
ish further evidence of the city's s
If traditions are not contradicted
number of Guthrie's old boys will he
compelled to lay off today that they
may take the children to see the ele-
Of course tno Oklahoma delegation
was the venter of attVaotlon at the ded-
l<-ation ceremonies in At. Louis. Okl;
homai is the center of attraction for
the whole world at present
Tho petition for a constitutional con-
vention 1b probably ae representative
as the proposed convention would be.
There nro nineteen Oklahoma counties
that have no representation on tho pe-
Secretary Hitchock has tho wrong
Idoa of 1ho bully west if he thinks ho
can come down Into this country with-
out shaking hands. Oklahoma a-nd In-
dian Territory folks are too sociable to
stand for anything like that.
Tho cold weather is not only hard
on the crops but its bard on the con-
stitution of tho base ball fiend who im-
agines that 1he season is on and at-
tempts to discharge his duty by sitting
in tho bleachers throughout the games.
Secretary Grimes determination to
drive fraudulent get-rich-quick eon-
corns out of Oklahoma Is commendable.
There Is always room for legitimate
business enterprises but tho fellows
who vant something for nothing have
no place here.
Tho president's declaration that the
only j ortion of the Louisiana Pur
chase territory on which the rights of
statehood has not been conferred will
doubtless soon come Into its own. Is
pleading but not nearly so much so as
his signature to au enabling act would
Of the sixty-two Oklahoma signers
on the petition for a constitution con-
vention, forty-two are from three out
of the twenty-six counties. This is
an unmistakable evidence that the con-
vention boosters have their wires
crossed when they talk of a general
dosire that a constitutional convention
be held at this time.
The St. Louis police aro busy hunting
a man who presented thousand dol-
lar bill at a bank window the other
day, Tho man is unknown aud there
Is no real reason to suppose that he
didn't come by the bill in an honest
way hut things have almost come to a
pass In Missouri where thousand dol-
lar bills are not legal tender.
New England democrats announce
that ihey will present tho name of
11 ichard Olney to tho next national con-
vention as a candidate for the presi-
dential nomination. It Is not expect-
ed that Mr. Olney wil greatly lire the
hearts of tho Bryan democrats as in
addition to his well known ant I free
silver ideas he has been known as
natural born ice man.
association asking him to call a meet-
ing for tho purpose of arranging for a
constitutional convention affords the
proof, and In such a way that It can
not he contradicted.
There ore one hundred und twonty-
one signers on this petition, sixty-two
of them belnK from Oklahoma and the
remainder from Indian Territory. Of
the sixty-two Oklahomans who sign-
id the petition, forty-two aro from
three counties that lie for the mo t part
east of the Santa Po railroad track,
and there are nineteen of the twenty
six counties that are not represented
at all to eay nothing of the Osage,
Ponca and other Indian reservations.
Woods county with the largest popu-
lation of any county In the territory
has just two signers on tho petition
and with the exception of liiaine and
Custer counties It Is the only west side
county that is represented at all. Lo-
gan. Noble. Grant, Garfield, Kingfisher,
Canadian, Woodward, Payne. Pawnee,
Comanche, Caddo, Kiowa. Greer, and
a number of other populous counties
are absolutely unrepresented. Nor tan
It bo said that partisan politics Is
playing any part In this as some of the
democratic as well as republican
strongholds show no names on this pe-
In Indinm Territory the condition Is
almost the same Of the fifty-nine
signers from that territory, thirty-four
of them aro from five towns and there
aro only eleven towns represented in
the petition. Muskogee, Vinita, Okmul-
gee. Bartlesville, Tishomingo and a
score or so of other prominent towns
and titles are not represented at all.
If this sort of a petition represents a
popular and general clamor for a con-
stitutional convention It should no
doubt be called but if, as is appar-
ent, It but represents the dealro of
certain localities to obtain an advan-
tage through the failure of porttons of
Oklahoma) and Indian Territories to
provide themselves with representation
In a body which has no legal respon-
sibility, the movement should be dis-
couraged by every fair minded and rea-
The gentlemen who are boosting the
constitutional convention Idea made
a canvas for signatures to this petition
and the result of their work shows
clearly that the people of the two ter-
ritories are not interested in a consti-
tutional convention, and what the peo-
ple are not Interested in they will not
take part In. When a constltirt'on Is
adopted for the future state It must
be representative of the people and not
of a locality, and the very fact that the
petition which will be responsible for
the calling of a convention. If one is
called at this time, Is not representa-
tive will go a long way with congress
In refusing consideration to tbo work
of a body that is not what it pretends
men are always willing to make right
a wrong when it i.4 shown them, and
developments have demonstrated to
every man who didn't know It before,
that charges of collusion between the
republican candidates and a sewer ring
that existed only In the imagination
of a few embittered partisans, wore tho
silliest of unfounded slusn.
However, no one dreams that the
men who made these chturgee will at-
tempt to correct any wrong impression
for which they may be responsible, or
that they will help the present ad-
ministration in any way In providing
that way and besides it is against their
code to give credit to republicans, even
when they know it Is duo and would
help the city.
will make you think, and that is
what M needed for nur-caas
Jt is thought -brain activity—which
rul«s the world. If you would possesh the
earth ami the fullness* thereof, yon must
think. It you cannot '-Kin o think un-
aide 1, ko out lntn " starry night and
auk Vutius or some of her bright brethren
to al'1 ii They will make you ask. like
David. Who am I that thou are mindful
of m- They will make you long for
great urandar, purer, nobler, more bon-
Tak a good long look nt the Mars to-
night ami tomorn w night and the night
after. You are dltfeient from th beaat
because you think Prove It.—Washing-
THE BU6INESS GIRL.
She stands behind the counter with a
business cast of faci-
And a pencil sticking In b**r 1 syche
She ha.-* a full allowance of unstuded gtrl-
RUS8IA AND MANCHURIA.
While the various chancelleries of the
world will doubtlwM fulminate over Rus-
sia's treachery In practically demanding
of China that Manchuria be turned over
to her In tame as it long has been In fact
tho Impartial observer will not be greatly
disconcerted by Russia < announcement.
The various foreign offl m have tried to
make themselves and the public believe
that Kucala only Intends a temporary oc-
cupation of Oio Chinese province but
d ep st heart every secretary of state in
the world hna long since hern convinced
tnat the Russian bear would never leave
Manchuria until driven out by the bayo-
net. China, of course, could rot be ex-
pected to do thl* Japan alono l not
able. England will not allow herself to
be drawn Into a struggle with Russia
And nobody else has interests enough in
the far East to Interfere
To be euro it may be expected that the
They are not built powers will sharply protest aKulnat Rus-
sia's act of bad faith- China's appeal to
the nations will be dlscustld in caps and
under scare heads There will be blutr
and bluster in all the great capital**.
Armies may be mobilized und navies will
be rendezvoused But nothing will conn-
of It. Russia la In possession, und posses-
sion la about tan points In international
law. , ,
fan any nation claim thut is has hon
estly believed that Russia's occupation
of Manchuria all these years vv is onl>
temporary? Has Russia been building
Tucking In her Psyche
And a pencil sticking In her Tayche
knot. . . .
The gown that cUngs ao snugly to her
form is plain but neat,
No gew gnwi denk her person from be*
Jaunty head to feet.
No ornaments bedeck h#r save ber RDUc
ao cutely sweet .
And tho pencil sticking In her Paycho
At Hioon ahe goes to luncheon with a
snappy business ga t.
With a pencil sticking In her 1 syvbe
The men all alyly watch her as sh
above her plate
With a pencil
knot. . . I
She pays her check In a manner that Is
huslnesllke and quick
And trips along th« sidewalk chewing at
a wooden pick.
As If to say "I'm business. Don t you
think I'm jidght flick i
with a pencil sticking In my Psyche j
A trade-attracting magnet Is the charm- i
lug little peach . I
With a pencil sticking in here Psyche |
With check book on the counter oft her j
Tendon la growing tired of being the
common refuge of foreign criminals
of every nationality, and Sir Howard
Vincent has introduced a bill into the
house of commons which proposes the
compulsory expulsion of all such gen-
try as soon as the law shall be able
to lay Its hands upon them. In par-
liament, tho other day, the home sec-
retary said that he estimated the an-
nual cost to the nation of maintaining
in prison the G26 aliens in custody at
30,000 pounds. Independently of the
value of tho property stolen. These
aliens formed 3 per cent of the prison
population. If the census returns were
trustworthy, foreigners constitute, less
than one-half per cent of the total
population of tho country, but are re-
sponsible for 3 per cent of the crime.
Henco their crimiuals aro la the pro-
portion of 6 to 1, aH compared with na-
tive-born residents. These figures only
refer to graver offences, and do not in-
clude foreign misdemeanors and others
against whom proceedings are taken
by summons to the police courts. Tho
30,000 spent on these alien crimiuals
represents the Inter eat on one million
sterling, which, manifestly, might be
more profitably expended. The objec
Hon is made, however, to Sir Howard
Vincent's bill that, although it makes
satisfactory provision lor the expulsion
jOtl lihe.se undesirable immigrants, it
offers no security attaint* their return
The problem is how to prevent them,
after they havo been expelled from one
port, from re-entering the country by
another. At present the whole coast
Is practically open to them, and will
be unless more stringent regulations
are adopted for the Inspection and ad-
mission of Immigrants.
taper lingers leach
Pot the pencil
ticking In her Psyche
Unfortunately there is no way that
« newspaper can be prevented from
publishing slanderous and damaging
untruths concerning the city that sup-
ports It, but there ought to be. The
disposition of a few dyspeptic editors
to make fools of themselves sometimes
forces the belief that our boasted free-
dom of tho press Is dangerous because
of the damage an unprincipled kicker
THE PRESIDENT AS A BOY AGAIN.
It has come.
There is a kick because the presldept
practically shut up Yellowstone park lor
a time in order that he might have a holi-
day. The howl was born in an Eastern
newspaper, and Is about as foul h proi ced-
ing as one could Imagine.
We are hero worshipers In this countrx
We kill our guests with kindness; stuff
them till they are 111. and haven't g"i
sense enough to realise that every mar
would like, once In a while, to go whert
he pleases, far from the maddening crowd
and forget that there is such a thing as
dignity, ceremony, or responsibility.
You have bad the runaway feeling. Old
men have it at times. They dream about
the days of boyhood, and would, if they
could, get far Into some great forest
breathe tli air of the pines, enjoy thf
solitude, hunt, fish, grow young, associate
with a few men "ho have lived clos.
the soil all thir lives, and be free Just
for a few days.
It Is tho natural wlldnes of man.
all get city weary at time*;, and would
most exchange our hopes of salvation
boyhood and an opportunity to hunt for
happint-BB in our own w.iy.
And because the people would not f
get that the president Is ofter all a m
with u man's longings It was necessary
the people tut of Yellowstone park.
i's chief executive swept
iusl.ls his years and bis dignity and be
came a boy again.
No man should grudge him his play
spell, or the menus taken to Insure lib-
erty of action. Tho park will b<- doing
business at the old stand long after
president returns to full dress clothing
and duty —Cincinnati Post.
termTnl are necessarily In Manchuria, for
temporary purposes only '.' If so. why was
it that the light rails which were first put
down have been replaced by the heaviest
steel usfd In railroad construction'.' >> hy
was It that Russia spent untold millions
in building ber two great naval bases In
Chinese waters—Port Aithur and Vlau-
Ivostock" Why Is It that czar has r,0.-
000 workmen employed on the Siberian
railroad and 80.000 troops stationed in
Manchuria today? Russia has literally
poured millions upon mHMons Int Man
churla In the last decade and a half, ami
transported hundreds of thousands
Immigrants Into that province
time. The world knows all this.
any sense In the world now- proclaiming
itself surprised and calling Russia names
because the government nt St. I'eters-
hurgh calmly announces that it does not
propose to decamp from Manchuria.
The best the "astonished" chancellors
can do Is to accept the situation, and
guard against fruth. r aggression on < bi-
ns by tho Russian bear —Grand Rapids
THE AMERICAN CAVALRYMAN.
The official visit to this country of Gen-
.■1,1 1ii-i'nw.'h, ■ wt' <>;« bhtl"
cavalry to examine that arm of out own
service, is by no means the tlrgt tribute
of the same kind our cavalry lias rsoelvu.
A distinguished French cavalry Keneial
said not long ago that the beginlng of the
revolution in cavalry tactics and "yganlz-
atIon came from th. showing of the Am-
erican Civil War. It is not remarttable
that the country In which that war oc-
curred was the first In which the lesson
should have been learned and applied.
The American trooper encountered m
Mr iludvard Kipling In Yellow-stone l ark
Inforned the Anglo Indian: Asa matter
of fact, I suppose we are only mounted In-
fantry. but remember that we are the
best mounted Infantry In the wprld^ ll -
chief mlliltarv lesson of the South African
war Is that mounted lnfantrv composed
of men who can shoot and ride are the
most efficient troops for at least that Kind
of war and that that Is tbo kind of war
all wars are tending more and more to
he Wherefore 1 nole Sam's cavalry, which
can tight ..n ' "> !*'1K"' '■ ''
has so many occasions to snow, is nn
object of legitimate curiosity to a foreign
ofllcer desirous of gathering bints for_thr
Improvement of his own service. JS«v
CONCENTRATE YOUR ENERGIES.
Tho unfortunate fart that thire in •
:111v unsuccessful and disappointed p**t
sons In the world should make Voung n.en
heed the vole- of experience Nothing
tliey will hear is of more importance ti
the admonition to concentrate
ergi's upon one thing
••Concentration, said l.tnci.
secret of strength, in politn
rade: in abort. In all manai
^Thifpresent I an era of speclall tlon
in all vocation. \ man can take a bm.,,1
view of education and of life in general.
hut he cannot afford to try to '
things -Boston Globe
has a smile of welcome for th'
who • onto to d< all |J
praises goods she handles with en- M
thusiastlc zeal. N
And smiles the jam" on --hoppers- those | |
who nev - make her feci . \ 4
For tile pencil sticking In her Psyche |
And air of Independence marks the ac-
tions of the girl
With a pencil sticking In ber Psyche
knot. . ,
She knows she Is a factor In the rush-
ing business whirl
With a pencil sticking In ber Psyche
knot. . .,
"Success' the golden motto that a en-
graven on her blade,
And as her way she s hewing through
the busv world of trade
We tip our hats In homage to the nervy
buslncs maid .
With a pencil st li king In her Psyche
—James Barton Adams.
put it on
cr Issued to property in
...I Ti,."iiln v : om •
keep Um i
fNDIAN TERRITORY NOTES.
It Is now proposed to tetabllsh a
vcrsltv in South McAlester to ke konwn
as "McAlester University '
The Arrow of Tahlequah reports It as
an absolute fact, that gold In commet -
cial quantities has been discover-*1 near
The Chickasha Telegram says "Indian
Territory may codgratulah
respect. It has no legi:
Memphis capitalist® have
erect a large cotton mill und >
Holdenville The plant will h
>n. It will he one of th<
f; llrst deed
Washington, with tbo approval of th
rotary Indorsed ther n. It was nia
Mrs. I.udie II. Park« r and calls : •
3. 4. 17 and 1H In block 1*. Vinita.
The National party of th*
will hold its convention on M
Tucker's Spring nomln.it.-
assistant ' ""
South McAlester Capital: Barth
contemplates changing it n.inn to I
not In honor of the f.umo s « n<
statesman who for-saw the disrupt
all tribal relations. If any cnang-
It ought to be In honor of ti
first discovered oil at that -ity.
The Ingersoll Review savs that
in one of the southwest counties
paper publishes an original obituar
of which the first verse is a si
A dear, sweet face ha
She will no longer w
W'e sec her footptin'-
But we cannot s,.- her r.-ei. . ,
Muskogee has a population of .
cording to a census just taken ui
direction <'f the federal court Th
had to be taken
F. B. LILLE & CO. 1?
Wall Paper Dealers and Decorators.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ +~
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦- ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
i at Yellow Springs «
two senators and se
DO YOU NEED IT?
We are underwriters of from 15 to
20 years1 experience, and writa
FIKE, TORNADO, PLATE GLASS
and STEAM BOILER INSUR-
ANCE in old, reliable companies.
HUMPHREY & HILL
Real Estate - Loans -- Insurance
> too many
ic to a shampoo
The Initial ntu
terprlse hv Spc
the public last <
Tom Hensley s
iber of I lie Carney En
icer T Golden reached
■eek. It makes a prom*
iKgests that tho K1 Reno
■ • irly closing
va all bu
Mr. Towne, an ex-con groan man who
onto upon a time had quite a reputa-
tion as a free silver orator, has now
concluded that tho democrats made a
tnlsfako In declaring bo strongly for
♦he free coinage of sliver. He thinks
tney should have favored an elastic
curreucy. A« this Is what tho repub-
lican financial system lias provided
there Is no doubt considerable logic lu
itfttU£lU«l0 a statement*
During the recent municipal cam-
paign it afforded tho gentlemen who
opposed the republican mayoralty and
aldennanic candidates particular pleas-
ure to slate that they were the repre-
sentatives of a "sewer ring" which
hoped to gain complete control or the
letting of public contracts In order that
they might procure them at exliorbitant
prices. There nover was a reasonable
foundation for these charges and «
Is not Improbable that, a great many
of the men who repeated them knew
at the ttmo that they were circulating
campaign slander . However the state-
ments had no effect and the republican
candidates were elected.
At the first meeting of the new coun-
cil at which much business was attend-
ed to. a sewer contract was let and it
la gratifying to the people of Guthrie
to know that it was let at a price of
eighty-five cents s foot, hy long odds
the lowest price at which a similar con-
tract has ever been let in Oklahoma.
This contract, which is for the con-
struction of lateral sewers Is but the
forerunner of a number of others aud
tho large number of bids made to the
council Thursday evening Is proof that
the contractors know that there is uo
•ewer ring 1a Guthrie and that during
the present admlulstraition the man
who makes the offer most advantag-
eously to Guthrie will receive the most
Mayor Barnes has started hit* ad-
ministration right und his course in-
dicates that he means to lalthfully ful-
fill every platform pledge his party
made. Iu view of this fact it would
teem mLsouable that the advocates of juuu'at Ihc uia aud iiui be
of one or
TAKE A LOOK AT VENUS.
Youuk man. w hen you ha\ e finished
'•our dinner tonight, go up on tho roof
< r out In the street or yard by your
heme ami take u good, long look at the
Star of thu Evening. She will da you
much good, in the first place, thu tnere
fset of your having thought enough to
spend the time to do th' < sill aid your
mental development. In tho second place.
vi.u will have to lift your eyes and chin
"from the mire of the street about you
tho clean glory of omnipotence. In
the third place, you cannot look for the
minute* at Venus >>r any other planet or
Mar without absorbing into yourself
of the calm, silent power which
wheels this universe along its unbroken
truck, with never a slip f the tiro or
jostling of the axle
Did It ever ocour to you that every man
woman who has reached really great
heights among their fellows had > so-
called fad or hobby, with some artist It-
er s. lentiflc basis? With Mr Morgan It
his love for great pictures and rare
book* With Cornelius Vanderbllt It 1
the study of applied mechanics. Take
any one of our modern or ancient
men and the same rules applies
each have some line of thought wh
them. Otherwise, they would continue
grovel alona in the dust and dirt of trade
and barter \Uth the common herd, content
to root about In tho mm k. like thu rest,
for fi , il They had that In them which
lifted their lilies out of the fe«-d Hough
for a little and enabled them to a
head and plan and orglnnte and luvant.
Thus tbey became gnat.
We know of no easier or cheaper way
to learn to think than to sit or stand in
awe before the firmament tlrand-voiced
David loved to do thts and bis songs of
\ lotory «vre unrivaled In any literature,
mnn or woman or boy or girl can look
A company has been organized at Law
ton to linre for oil on the Woods and
Deal claims These are the claims of
number one and number two fame.
If Colonel Hawkins, he of heroic stature.
Is half the man his Hire Indicates nnd
doesn't take a fall out of tho Lawton
State Democrat a few credulous people
may believe part of the mean things
siiid about him
The El lteno Democrat says that there
are but three available candidates for the
Democratic presidential nomination. Tom
Johnson. farter Harrison and W H
Hearst As the people are. hurdlv in sym-
pathy with either of those gentlemen, '
Democrat forces the belief that there art
no democrats available for president.
Thomas Tribune: The following, eacu-e
was received by an Arapaho
i Tuesday from tho in< n
her pupils H- ipectlve Ml
■•use Willie for absents
Aialrs lust before school tlnie anu ««-. .
cd his Internal Inside* was hurt at ttrsb
but they alnt the doctors says that no
,vut of his anoitumy was hurt but was
brewKlng vf Hi. oppy.lirm.i. ..f Hie ouH dr
hide ai d al«o W« > PP, h"," f
n.rr.wly • iil'.d ( <«' df lh. So klndu
The Enid Events remembers having betn
entertained v.-n much some time since by
a blooming voueg friend, who told of his
Intentions of marrying a Texas heiress
whop * fuher has nil kinds of coin, and
whose la. e and form reminds . ne of the
storl-s of Aladdin's Lamp and Cleopatra
In 1.,t h„y And «. •-re .ry nruch
surprised the other day when we heard
that he had married a peetty
In a restaurant But such is hucIv The
voung set a high pe^fpr their ambitions
in matrimony and
The Komalty correspondent of the Ho-
bart Chief 1* running a puzzle depart-
ment. Following is one of his saruples:
"The following problem rackl'.g the
Urn ins of your correspondent: If :il-> cats
can klM :'.00 rau *n 30u hours, how many
hours? We will tell you , rhb ntlullv
ih * answer Is lomewhere between 1 nnd
30 1*10. Our advlca to all who read this
is not to figure on It ot all. If your time
worth anything far th* rhanc. * are
a out 1« to 1 thitt when you have arrived
at whet you believe Is tho correct answer
you will be unable to explain how ou
did it "
bond Issue. Last
city directory was issued and ti
erator claimed to have, found several hun
dred more than the last census taken pro- |
Promoters have got tired waiting for
the arrival of forms for Creek minetai
lead.a from Washington and are now
printing some of their own. They are
copying tho Cherokee forms witn niouin-
eation to conform to the Creek treaty
laws. They will begin making lensca un-
der theso forms in a few days and run
the chance of having the department turn
them down later.
" llow are you this morning0' n cltl
zen asked another one today. says m<
Chickasha Telegram. " I am not very
well,' was the reply. '1 d•• I i i ep w m
last night, and besid'« f >r several day
I have had a pain In my side. I base
tried several remedies without. 1 -sull, but
am not anv better, etc.. etc. The man who
made the Inquiry looped bored n? th-. r«-
. ital arid finally said: "As r matter of
fact 1 dldn'
6enersl Agents for
Lloyd's Plate Glsss Insurance C**
m ■ in — in ir it inrg*^— —
103 Wast Oklahoma An
Phone Na. 370
WEST HARRISON AVENUE
PHONE No. 20
you vCf :'e. i simpiv ium-.H! . d out "t -
ness, and because of un old custom.
j| isk gee Phoenix says tnat at- •
in w ishlngti n ha 'ding I T
out official information relative - "
rules an.l regulatlcm for leas.
Creek nation hefot - the informal
ceived at Muskogee and that th
m nt companies interested are ti.
ly benefitted. It suggests tha;
a leak somewhere and " inv
should be made and the mntt.-i
for the sake of comnx '
THE LEMKKV STABLES
Bxcell ' ompetltloi
Neat stables are
The chief equine
found in the
Unexcelled train I
beyond all 1
Our w.irkoun'f. lepmtatiuos
for firstrcta nervice extend
•11 over the EkmrtmesV, 0<i
we pay espccM atteptioivto
vi.sftois to Ibe Cafrit&l Cltv-
and Bath Rooms
i la the
boarding house to be
ig work here will b®
Ith the best In the U. S
hat cannot be beat
ock here you will it"
'slon, stock sound
Sales Stables too
The best kind of sio
And sold on comm'
Bring your horses to these stables to sell
and to board.
lx>w rate* are lo t • a? th«* mark' t afford.
Everything up-to-date-everything fair.
"The Kentucky Stables. dead on
Corner Vine and Cleveland Av
Phone 44 O. B. GRAVES.
"N. F. CHEADL.B d
IN A!X ORAPBS OP COM-.
year. City, McAlester, Canon City and. AtfeMMS.
wA*K Wlw AVKIIvC|k
Terms Strictly Cash.
'hslrman Bixby of the Da
in aniuMJiun# that the m
. segregntlon > f mineral
i .et uv and t'hlckasaw na.
u a iJ w Uauh
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM |
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
All Qrocera tad DrugglaU
W. M. BRONSON,
..Farm Loans, Insurance, Abstracts,.
Only complete absffr.cis of rttte-in l-otm County.
You p y Interest «nd prlnciptrf oi our office.
Oldest cd iaigesi ineuranre agency ir, Oklahomt.
[l ua West Okl&. Av«k
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 11, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 2, 1903, newspaper, May 2, 1903; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc125067/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.