The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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THE iWBCELTG OKLAHOMA STATE C APFTAL, (1LT n I JUi ^OfiLAflOMe^MA® UW3.
It In commonly inherited.
Few tra €«tt ly free bom it.
Pate, weak, puny children are
afflicted With it in nine ca *-a out, of
ten, and many adult* sutler from it.
Commoa Indication* are bunohcs in
the neck ibienws, cutaneous crup*
ti.>U8, Inflamed eyelids, f ro e ns,
rickets, catarrh, waiting, and general
Eradicate it, positively and absolute-
ly, Thia atatemmt is bs*ed on the
thousands of permanent cures these
IBetlicines have wtought.
M My daughter had scrofnk, with eleven
■ores on her nock sad abon* herears Hood b
Saraapariiia wu highly rsoommsnded and
ebe took it and hii cured. fcbe is now in
good health." 11 as. J. n. Jowx*. Parker
CUr. In'- #
Hood u SarsapnrMla promises to
cure and ke
Boston Shut Out by Chicago
in Ten Inning Game.
ST. LOUIS WINS GAME
Some Good Exhibits in the West-
ern League - Denver Won
From Heoria-Ciood Game
kecpl tho promise.
AT CIIV HALL
Given Last Night by the Ladies
of the Maccabees.
t._Dexter lost th* day a
m the tenth inning when
i i.'y'* Un«. drive Attsnd-
nOOOOOOOftO— (• 4 2
0 00000000^-2 ti 1
lis ..ml Ketridge; Taylor
nnd beat the <*ln-
The Maccaboes gave a very enjoy-
able dance at tho city hall la*t night.
.About fifty couples were in attendant'
nnd every one reported it a a most
enjoyable social ev it a? the
though (he weather was rather wurm hj
the door* and wladows were thrown |
open, making convention hall a very
agreeable place for a auminer dance, .f
The couples glided morrlly over the Pi-;
floor treading the strains of "home 8] ,
sweet hom ' which came in the early
(hour of morning. At
The Aeolian Mandolin club furnish-
*d the imislc which was up to their *l(
It ha* been announced that Miss May • !
Thomas who will open dancing • hool ^
here, is very ill and will be compelled
to postpone the opening from tomor-
row night till the following Thursday,
1 00 00010O— 2 7
(JulvIn and Hitter; llahn and
Mrs. Fairbanks tells how
neglect of warning symptoms
will soon prostrate a woman.
She thinks woman's safeguard
is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
" Ignorance and negleet are the
cause of uutold female --uffering. not
only with the laws of health but with
the chance of a cure. I did not heed the
warnings of headaches, organic pains
and general weariness, until I waa
well nigh prostrated. I knew I had to
do dometimig. Happily I did the right
thing. I took Lydia E. Pink ha in'*
Vegetable Compound faithfully
according to directions, and was re-
warded in a few we^kB to find that my
ache* and pain* disappeared, and I
again fait the glow of health through
my body. Since I have been well I
have been more careful. I have also
advifHKl a nuinberJof nay sick friends
to take Lydia E. Plnkhain'a Vege-
table Compound, and they have
longs of the withers i
May -0 - Beau Ormonde wer
« hajuikiift at Worth today in «
Hh aPt* ,
th* Owners handicap, at Wo
flfi vitional flniah with H iai
mr covered tllo mile In 1.3* flat, break
lr.g the truck raoord by i 1-6 seconds and
•quoting in* wvatarn record set by Orlinar
at WasTilngton par. two years ajto Ilea
Or nd- h time 1* only ona-flfw se> ml
from the world'# mark of 1:87 4-6. hung
us. by Hi igadlsr in the eas* two year* ..«•
Tn. finish in the handicap was possibly ,
the most ux iUeg ever se*a on ia > Q.Ua-
So track. Hfra j Ormonde and Huagah
oodek a* <* Oam at the final eacnth
pole, and from there to the Tire they ra< <>d
on whut bcatntd e«it al t«rm<* go clos*
wort tho two at the finish line that. It
r^qidrfd th* closest acrutlry of the Judftet
to e«parate UlSM. Thar* was iducI
cheeru-i* when B«au Ormonde was giver
tlx- varali t gutmriiM ) :
I-Mrst ra< e six Turing* T m Maybln
won; Florai Wceath second; Hindi third ;
Time 1 U.
Fourth ra ♦*.. four and a half furlongs
I*et r I'uul won; Manafaaks second; St.
Paula third. Time 64.
Third ra< • si* furlongs Slbia won;
Bister Kate II second; Carrio l third.
'11 mo 1.1J 1-3.
Fourth race. mile, Owners handicap:
eau Ormonde won; NuaSh second; Gold- |
i Rle three. Time 1:3s ,
Fifth race, mil- >-ni1 ao eighth- John;
Clarke won; Dutch Carter second;
Mo«.r third Time J M 2-5.
Sixth rare, mile: Omdurman won; Me-
ronl second; James j. Corbett third. Time
Mrs. Flynn'e Condition.
Word received here yesterday by Sec-
tary Grimes from ex-IAd<-gate Flynn,
urs the encouraging naws that the spec
la) 1st a of New York City hold out hop*
for her ultimate recovery, and he hi
pjuc.d her In a sanitarium He will,
her condition continues to improve, lea\
York for his home In a fow days,
bringing the boys with him
Takes the burn out; heals the wound;
cures the rain Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc
Oil. the household remedy.
foment Bragcjingr Pains
Cj.icaoo, Tn... O :tober 1,1301.
Hiefslinethinf efa«Bit eh inte*esttes«tekwemsnaa getting well. T write tbla toaick,tbourhtfnl "omen
have dragged s!om « wbsitt existence no* knowing whicb way to mm for health. I hsve be«a In tito a*
4tties. hul todayl mu n perfect health, thauk* to Wine of CarduL - sntft red \ritl f&UiMMdc.u^^on of t he'
1 mSST?*—!XheJC^-' I^uaeml terriHv at tbe_U«eol>
o tx—10 1-' o | never had reason to be^ sorry.
v 29.—S parka was
6'Neill today and the
l.ouia by opportune
.10 ooaoooo— i •; 2
-.11 'too OX- 4 * i
vVill and J O'Neill;
'ork. May 20.-:
1 Pound can 40 cents.
2 Pound can 75 cents.
1 Pound cartoons 20 cents
for Sale By
The Bank Grocery.
Best for Your Money!
New School lip-to-date |
Rapid Practical Writing
•'w York ahut out
wann and Leever
. hits being ma>lo
n baa been suepend-
^ line tor live d«va
i for addressing t??<
i fter Lauder had
iiite .00. Score:
0 0 0 0 t) 0 0 0 O— 0 6 0
,1001000ox— J 6 1
nd Smith; Mathew-
n'u'" May _'<>-Griffiths Net
itplayed the locals today, ai
ills' Kood pitching won eai
lehill and O'Gont
in the aeco
11 1 1 0 0 0 (V- . 2
00 0 1 it "0— ii |> 2
md Sullivan; "
▼ery truly. Mas. Mat FxiRBAHKf. 218
Routh 7th^St .Minneapolis.Miun." (Mrs.
Fairbanks is one of the most succcsaful
and higheat salaried travelling sales-
women in theWeat.)—#600©forft/t Iftriminai
^lien w« men are troubled with
irregular, sappre^sed or painful men-
struation, !eucorrhcaa, diaplacement,
etc.. remember, there Is one tried and
true ri-uie'iy. Lydiu E. i'iukluaui's
\>yretahi« Compound. v
Denver. May 20 -Denver won today by-
hard hitting. Score:
Denver 0 0 0 0 1 3 2 Ox-fi 11 4
P< orla 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0— 4 : 3
Batteries- Lemke and Latimer; Olm-
atead and WUaon.
At Milwaukee—Milwaukee , Indianapo-
At Minneapolis—Minneapolis fi; Toledo 6.
St I'aul—St. Paul 23; Columbus 0.
At Kansas City—Kansas City &; Louis-
COLLEGE BASE BALL.
At Cambridge—llnrvard 7; Bowdoln 3.
At New Haven—Yale 10; lafayette 3.
At Princeton—Princeton 23; Lehigh 0.
EVENTS ON THE TRACK
f wfne of Cardui, that bit .
I try lu I fotmd ilrleaaact lotak* and soon bu^w m
L vein a acd afUr using eleven bottlea 1 waaa well woman. /"X Ci f
W,T|B to o^, Xirt V,Prj TJr ci bk-L,g in<l priTil™f tu h^r-tae bluing of tom? cb.kUen in her
barren home, the privilege of taking part in tte real aflairsoilitc.
Yot thausaods of women are continuum to f;j£fer withnjjt making Hie '(fort
health that wouM give strength instead of weakji^is. vigor instead of pain, happinas ina^ad of dejettion
Md ^rm^ifftmfwhat can be of more intent to vo,i thanthe f«t that Mr,. Bn«h wa,U a pr^r-
iona condition, weary of eitstenco and is now in perfect heahh be^nae she took^ i ^ - relief?
strual paina, bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies fa led to briug her reliet
This Should bring yoi to consider her letter aerioualy and to decide to g.ve \n ine^ Uui J tiu .
This in not a diagnosis aiid a theory as to how a cure can be worked. It is acase demonstratedl> this prom
iaenl dStibSb'Ur mind that you can be cored br Wire, of Cardui the
cored? Adt ,ufferer may lec.ure health by taking \Vine of CarJunn h-r home, the first bottle with ita
quick and lasting relief soon convinces thenatient sne is on the road to beaita. ,
Will you secure a $1.00 bottie of Wine of Cardui from your druggist and start today the treatment
which bri m caBee requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "T^e '^TheVCha2-
MRS MAUDE BUSH,
Secretary Societ© Francaiae, (Fetni&Oa)
No. 2825 Kccky Sl, Chicago, QL
e nuwa hnuec- and proceed to the soldier. Ilk,- true patriotism trough all
ar.d university grounds At 11 tha world posaelafs an indeatruotible vl-
o CIOTR a. reception will bs tendered ex- tality. . . . .., . ..
O -rnur Barnes at the Commercial club Hhe heroic deed« of which the blind old
rooms. At 1:30 p. in. Mr. Barnes will ! poet of the UHad-sangr. havt
deliver an address at the opera house, us across the chasm of tip"
At 4 o'clock,p. m. the Edmond band, fol- and today Inspire us
lowed by visitors will March to the depot I resolv
to meet Governor Ferguson. * An Informal
handshaking will be Indulged in.
program for it
usands of yoara
with high and noble
i make great
Territorial G. A. R. Encamp-
ment Draws Big Crowd.
Program Today and Tonight In-
cludes Addresses by Gov.
Ferguson and Ex-Gov.
oonsist "of an . xrelletit municul reportoire
by the university school of music This
will b- followed by a repetition (for th*
benefit of the G. A. R.) of the operetta
r« < • ntly produced "here, entitled. "Trial by
Jur This is given by fifty students
under directlou of Prof. Murrell. Gov-
ernor Ferguson will then make th - ad-
dr1. t of the evening to the old soldier-*
Following are among those from Guth-
G. W. Hoi brook, J. W. Ray. H. G.
Moore. T. X. 'Dycht. Iaaac Blank, Alex-
ander House. Jacob Dry. Captain J. H.
Taite. G. Burbett., J. M. 1^ Roe. Captain
J M Barthouse a*id wife. E H Furrow
and wife, A. G Kesler. Henry 8. Saund-
ers, William Herod, Geo. M. Daniels, W.
B. Herod and wife. C. R. Young.
•eland May 20.—'Today's game start-
it like ii slugging match but both
and Wilson settled down after the
Inning. Cleveland won the game in
hid inning of Hickman's threo bag-
AUendanco 2&Q0. Sco~
land . . lOlOOOOOx-
,k in the ninth
de the game it 18
Cincinnati, o. May ie.—Over n fast
track and under a cloudy eky between
15>«. and 30,000 people. L. C. McDowell s
"1 ' Candlomaa colt Woodlike carried 114
pounds with Jockey Dick Crowhurat up.
won the Lat mla Derby today The tlmo
was :11J. Th" net value of the stake
was I'. ,U3t.
Nine horses faced the starter and they
were sent iway to a poor start Bad
News set the pace to the stretch, where
he was ovtrtak- n by Woodlake The two
rougiii it out tft the wire, Woodlake win-
ning by a length. Bad News was sec-
oiidl a half length In front of Tancred.
The fl'.-ld was the largest that has con-
tented for tho Derby In many yenrs. hut
there was little class to It Woodlake
Wiis backed from 10 to 7 to 1. Bad News
U-H.K went to the p. ? at 1 to 1 though he was
, lu 1 as good us 4 Ut 1 during the early play.
Tha race was all that could !*• desired
from a spectacular standpoint. The field,
with the exception of the last three, w re
fairly well bunched all th« way and It
luoked us . any one .if tho first six had
from a chance after tht-y had gone half the
n'e. Judge Mimes winner of the , ...
But I LouUvllle Derby, faltered under his Im- J k'v
post of 1^7 pounds, and after r*—'— :
well up In the bench for a mile
quarter, lie began to tire, although
, held hta position, was plal-.ly evld«nt t7
R H.E he hpd no chance, as he wan under pi
4 11 2 I lahrnent and could not gain any ground
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Norman. Okla.. May HQ-—'The town of
Norman has not, had such a crowd
her streets for a lung time. The* crowda
of old soldiers continue to come In and.
although it looks aa if all the old veter-
ans in the. territory were here, every train
The Edmond boys have certainly done
their duty In the way of providing bund
music and meet every train. Their mu.sio
last night tn front of tho headquarter# of
nd O. A. H wan mu i .y
predated by the soldiers, who ahow«(
t/inir appreciation by cheers and clapping
of the hands. over three hundred and
fifty had registered up to this afternoon.
The Hennoasey and Guthrie delegationa
are the largest.
At last night's s ' -----
domlnatid and it
a woman's affair.
with an address by Ml.-s Minnie Gnijd on
bvhalf of the W. R. C. This was re-
sponded to by Mayor J A> llullum of this
city, whose welcoming words w«>ie hearty
indeed A beautiful vocal solo was iend-
ered by Mary D. Couth of Oklahoma City.
J D. Macgulre of I-iwton
triotic address which w
of the largest crowd
nlng i bled in the oper
' - Flag ' was an add:
-It was a pitchers ha
or the visltora bavin
First rare slx furlongs: Jack Bat-
Ian won; Alan A-Dale second; Benson-
hurst third. Time 1144
Second race, mile: Fonsocula won; Jno.
J Regan a cond; Kentucky Cardinal third
Time 1 4.1
Third race, five furlongs: Ralnland won;
Brancas second; Requialte third. Time
Mrs. Adam.1* of
with an address on "Em-
Mrs. Smith of Guthrie closed the pro-
gram with a soul-Stirring speech appro-
priate to the occasion.
This afternoon the excutlve board met
and arranged a program for tomorrow.
At >> o'clock in the morning all will meet
urth race, mile and a half. Latonla |
4 ji Derby: Woolake, 114. Crowhurat, 7
ry's going up
today a game
ivaS called in
>>int of dark-
. Uaw nods, 111, I
ond; Tancred, 114, Helgerson
Tlmo 2-36i Judge Him'
Rampoosu. Maxie r
Ballots Dream and T>
h race, fotir at
. . in 1 sec-
IS to 5 third.
, Cold Bell,
Hall alao ran
hoth vertical and
« gpeclaily for rapid
ftjualneas. At Cent
during vacatioi' 1
are iuvited, and it
attend. For fitrt
IRooin 33, over E
E. Okla Ave.
rk in school and i
School building I
i old arid young
Mrs. E. J. Hoff, General A^ent
for Madam Yale's Toilet
Is in this city for hu indefinite time.
Fh® teachea Sclrntltl Facial and s. alp
Massages Free to la<ii«. • ; erir - M
from her. BBA1TTY CI I<Tl Hl- has
ihecome quite « science and i «'. mantl-
ing considerable attention from the
• Indies often lose half the value ' f
toilet goods because they do not know
,'tio lilo use theift. Mrs. lloff teaches
<h« w to use Yale food*. See her at
cnce for anything al"Qg the UEAI PY
CJULTURJQ AND HEALTH line. Ca!-
lidg Hours: 8 to 8 p. in.
Room 32, over Economy Oro- v
£> l O E. Oklahoma Ave. Gu'.irte.
third. Tlmo 1.37|.
First raee. fiva furlongs,
tic won; Geortiiga, aecond;
third. Time i:ttf|
Second race five furious
lor Pelham won; Old Ston
11 eldon tldrd. Time 1 <MJ.
Third race. five and a
Belling: Make Btrouss won;
Cresslda third. Time 1 111
i • Oaa Bis M aaaataral
■" If aicust iMtabraui
r * SvtUn*. $3.71
A tarpid livier deranges the wbok
f> stem, and produces
SSCU HEADACHE, —.
Dyspepsia, Cestivcness, Rlico-
mate.ni, Sallow Skin and Piles.
There As no better remedy iortbc; <
comma dbtesses than OW. TtTrT'J
LIVllH PILLS, us u trial will pruvc
Take No Substitute.
: John Bull second,
Second rare luat four and a half fi
long* of ecllpat course: Mlmon w.
Bluish aecond; Any Day third Time
Third ra< • .^tfive furlongs of eclli
course: Gold lUbbon won; Bally Castle
s< cond; Rt.l IJght third Time l on.
Fvi-.irth race, about two 'md thre-- in
ter tnllea. the Meadowbroovr hunt'
steepleohase. T^hula won; Kate
wood second; May Harriaon third
1 "V'ifth race, the withers mile selling
— - -rf. Knighi
SHi-iJn won; Ella flnyd -
of th# Oarter third TI
:e last aoven
Pic k Headachaaod raliaveall tbatroubias inch
dent to abilioua aUUof tUo ayatrm. cueli aa
lhuinean, Ntuion, Bfiiwiluni, l)i tre a after
wvttna, Palu is the bila. 4o. Wbils their moat
remarkable aueeeaa h a b«cn ahowu la cuiuig
neadaeha, yat Carter'a Little liver Pllla are
aquaUy Ya'naUlo to CoaaWpatiun,curiP|t ami pr+
ventiiiK tUiaaanoylnaoeu.plalnt.wbll* tu<t> r!«o
com-etandmordara of thaatomaeisUiiuilat.. the
1 rtir aud ra«'.:1ala the hawala. Kvao if tbey ouly
Aebatbsy would be almost prle#1«aa to thean who
au tier from Uia diatret..^iu« oompUlat; but fo-tu-
catelT theirapoeaaavd' «a «at( n.l hara.and tb iaa
who one® try lluu will flni tbaae lltUa pllla v h -
able In ao mauy way a tbat thay will not bawiV
llots to do without thoiu. But aftur allaick h«i]
Carter'a IsiUa Llaar PiUaaro v ,ry amall nd
vary easy to take. Ona or two uilla make a dove.
The* are atnotiy ▼epe« hlea a a® uot grlpa a*
p-irge, but by flkai' aantlaa« Uen pleaaaaU who
uaatham la vlalaat ^Soaata , fltafar |1. liold
by druggiBta #rer*where, or aaat by nialL
CARTER MtOlCINE CO., Naw Yark.
kal Fill S&tll 5w. 3ill Pries.
SPEECH OF SENATOR
special Dispatch to the SUtc CapitaL
Norman, «>kla.. May 20.—The speech of
Senator C. Porter Johnson, at tho G. A
encampment here was a model of
eloquence and creatcd much enthusiasm.
mrades of the Grand Army of the
Republic, I-adiea and Gentlemn: I can
• inccive something of that celestial fire
hat permeated the hart of Daniel Web-
t r, when, redolent with the instinct of
.,-iorious manhood, he arose among the
assembled thousands and with his finger
indexed in unison with the henvena polnt-
ItiK shaft above him, told in unrivaled
eloquence, lmw liorst. and h.-r*« fell. %n
the ti. ; 1 >f battle and what was meurt —
ie cornmem rution of Bunker Hill mi
A MONUMENT TO THE BRAVE.
That loftv tow«-r standing today In
. .ajytic rrandeur. mnrl"i the dedicated
Hinl historic spot, where bravo men.
noble aad emulous cause, wrote their
names in words of fire, on tho imperish-
able scroll of fame.
That monument lifting tip Its head In
dumb and sublime eloquence and stretch-
ing forth its Influence far out over lax4
ami sea. still pleads the cause of un-
rivaled liberty as on that hi^tio-ic occasion
It lirat notid erect and complete among
the monuments of the world—and ao long
us ona granite rock remains above a«-
. 'her. like M.-nnon, that ancient Egyptian
statue wlch at sunrise -ang Its voiceless
oratory, will issue forth to delight and
Instruct th- s n- of earth.
But war. glorious as it may ba. and
bl - I, precious as It Is. and human mar-
tyrdom, though scared as the whisperings
of angels, are not fhe only reasons, the
only causes, why you this day meet t<
commemorate gallant deeds and gTeat
Your . iming together springs from oth-
er cauaes .qually glorious, sacred, and
imop' t.!' t Its < itiaes and purposes should
be to instil: in the minds and heartB of
our descendants a love of country.
We stand this day within the shadow of
yonder' Institution, where tho itmoiuous
vouth, wrapt with the spirit of fire of
learning, may find the Mecca of his in-
tellectual longitms. No student nerd go
it way from there unsatisfied Within that
temple, fair aoU-nce smiles her sweetest,
and poesy laurale the brow of her de-
y.itee with her choicest garlands.
Amid those olasalc hails the untiring
student may eon vera® with the master
minds of the pa.-' A down thoae corridors
may hi walk with Plato- the embodiment
of .ill phlloaophj whoaeiove foi man wat-
as pure ds the skies under which he fir.-"
saw the light of day: With divine Homer
he may sing of Gods ami battles and be-
wail the fate of burning Troy; with Mil-
ton ho may - ar on the sublime wings
of faith and exstacy until he has almost
beheld <h. crv-'a! battlements of pari-
i: _• 1 if 1 awearj- of the clash and
din of this tumultuous life, he may find
solace with the grandest soul that ever
appear d among the sons of genius, tho
unmeasured ard measureless, myriad
minded Bhak< - pears.
Within thi . educational hails, he may
acquire knowledge but tile lessons taught
l v the great struggle in which you were
engag'-d. sho'i d teach that next to our
Cod we should love our Country
Among th- finest soldiers that ever
P t -1« p with the entrancing atrains of
martl.'l music were th trained athletes
of litr e Bpurt From dimpled infan
their «inte of pr«paratlon began
Great deeda and great
The Greece ef today has the same lulls
«nd the same valleys that it had two
thousand years ago, the- unit sky bends
it today that canopied it then; but
Perioles. Phidias ;uid Demosi in io s. and
th- grrat men who made Athens the sent
of culture and philosophy ate no more,
nd Graeco lives no longer. So. my
riends. our country is what our great
nd patriotic men have made It and into
he curg&nt of our national hlstorv. the
heroic derd* of our nations defendant
No great ble.
Without a strugnie tierce an I blttei
retained without the exerclae of cea;
sleepless vlgiience. , _ .
There is a mvthologie.il tale of an East-
ern magician who sculptured a marvelous
statue of n Moorish eoldier on li> rseii.t. k.
ind placed It on the high>st tower In
Grenada. lie breathed upon them, and
thay were endowed with the spirit i>f lit«
ao that lu times of peace th
nWicent to look upon
proached the remotest borde;
the statue became a living
and trampling among the to
until they v. . re overthrown.
turned again to Its picturesque i
upon the tower.
THE AMERICAN SOLDIER.
So the American aoldier stands, •
mountain side or in the plains bel
gallant sentinel in times . f pea',
the bugle blar" ' "
... .. . glided armor, a
.... _ shining lance poised in
nodding plume tossed by the
Riit If :i hostile foot ap-
of the land,
over the states
reunited and dv
« household in t
DIPPICtTLT TO MEASURE,
our gratitude to tiie soldier of the
' be :
nd honor for hia
difficult to fix
accomplished, it would bt
t limit. , , .
He nreserved our nations! Union, and
•.vorld. in its integrity,
custodian of tho price-
it isure of "fr<-e government among
Put tor him this nation would have
blotted from the map of thi world
■ ould have been several petty states
g against each other, with no com-
or united force, and our Influence
8 the rations of ti.- earth would
been forever gone, and the one bal-
wheel of International justice would
been broken beyond repair, ami the
oo doctrine w. uld have had no de-
r. and European monarchal en-
n and survived this battle wear one as a
louvenlr of the event."
In after years when Austerlll was
•nentloned i" the hearing of one of these
HTrkir he would take from his
tin medal and holding it in his
rembllng hand would point to the in-
icrlption. "I was there."
AS A MEMENTO
And so today in all this land whereyei
. _ .idler
Jays of strife that
he peaceful pt-rfui
he lnceru>e of the f
!S8 in la
u-y of the
It is imr
J ■ magnitude of the
Th.< soldiers in gray were not mere
iceman, net the paid soldiers of a pr
hev were American citizens, born
. ith our flog, and entitled to it'
,vre at Bennington, Yorktown.
toga. Tiie dust of their fathers
itb the dust of th,- h r_.es who
ight for the establishment ofTTie Am-
can union. Th. "
r of i
juid only be accomplished by
a nd brave men. I do not
i higher tribute. I know • f
iPlt - and remain with us. shouh
iriled with the moat profound honoi
heroism of their stupendous achi
us and thev may Justly stand «
mg their feilo "" HI'
i pride "
, ,. ,.,u wj _ .derful
of Yorktown, where the LnglNh rotor* - . ^ nant8 of thf, old guard receiver
were trailed In ^.fett,r: hoim^, from all th-ir countrymen—an«
to the bloodless victory of Tj. w > in ( M ., 5 of those old heroes w e made
islands of Manila, when tiie Spanish fl'^et nnd PVor 8tlmulat. d bv the mem-
wis sunk beneath the w;! -rs to^rise i,, . ( . • ;hejr dv,.,!s so jt is with tiie pre-
more and the glerlouif flag of the repub- ^ of ()Ur natlon.
Ho of liberty, wafted its mu:-. «f mttcy, f^.. Rattle of Auateriitx. Najoleoi
inoord and p.
What tribute can wo mortals p
Those who hav traveled the
n«l breathed the air of
from the golden circle
tore the arms of loved
ikiid rainy bivouac,
ets of cypresses. <
has its blr.ii; for
perilous ways, win
bat lay in waiting,
years rtf a bouyan
during all dangers
firing ail th* b. st
life, braving and en-
gers f..r their beloved cour-
and storming, waiting or
charging, accepting defeat, but not over-
thrown. conquering but sparing, making
death a tlaily companion and facing im
in the storm of battle, seeking neitln r
fame nor gain, but that the flag of their
country should stantl transcend
emblematic glory, ami wavo
ill day long amidst shot and shell
fire. ..midst thundering of
shrieking of artillery
d beheld the
iit at last. Just as
kissing th" mountain crags
ght, the wtld shouts of the vl< -
old guard sounded, nnd h- knew
■ battle was won and the day
, , the first dawn of -morning by
, - ti i valley and over the mountain
with his staff about him. the gre
■!ier Of destiny went upon the battle
,1 d beheld the dead piled in wind-
their f.a' .s to the foe m
■F fix d heavenward; Bonapart
head in alien
ief officer, said.
urnlng to hli
bronze medals b<
of this scene, m
■.presentation of this sad pic-
i the other, this sentence. 'I
lx;t every soldier £iio fougjlt
i the pure skies above
intrv and his friends, lie too
points to the embl. m of the Grand Army
of tiie Republic and the words tremble
hie Hps. t';t was Jhere "
those who lived and diet
today to >peak our debt
We feel that the graeloui
... lolce the spir-
ts of the departed, and enoble and sanc-
Ify the hearts of those who are left be-
They bravelv fought and nobly died that
our nation might live.
UHowers have been scattered in the
beautiful May tim upon their graves.
Th.- g::iss grows green upon them; the
soft breath of the spring time gently
breathed lt til<-« liies/ " <J,'m.
Tile skv hangs tenderly above them;
and as the summer conns to deck their
graves with its beauties, it meets a wel-
come from thousands of souls and is
aided in its wark of beauty and love by
h' u-ands of hand- which under the
>uch of the advancing season, will gleam
•ith blossom- all their own—and as the
;i*on marches on. day by day develop-
,z some new beauty, the flowers will
o'.tn afresh until their penetrating per-
..imes shall float like tho saving grace
that burst from the holy sepulchre, all
r .und the globe, and inspire every nation
Ith the hope of liberty
"A«* th« star durst gather to the rolling
nnd conflagrant suns, so the deeds. Die
rka, the sacrifices of the un on soldier
hay® become united and immortalised in
metry and song and will shine resplend-
ent through all the ages; the Invincible
•hampions in fr. edom's-cause. the un-
•onquerabla defenders of a nation that
stands like the collosus of liberty, aerene,
iccurc, and unapproachable."
irc,.. .... ... Doan'a Ointment cures
Cant* harm tho most delicate skin. AA
any drug store. 50 cents.
PU RCELL WINS AGAIN
TEN INNING OAME) WITH SCORES
OF 6 TO 5.
Special Dispatch to the Stat« Capital,
Purcell, I. T., May 20.—A second
hall game was played here yesterday
between Purcell and Ardmore, Purcell
winning by a score of six to five In a
ten inning gamo. A large crowd was
out and the game was a good one. A
third game will «be played thia evening
and a good one Is to "be expected.
the mlnutia of
> deads of boldness and
ar. The life of a Spartan
model of its kind. Dan-
daunt him; the fiery hi
lax the stlff-
o"f iib« Indomitable will, nor could the
biting toll of winter cool the burning
that ever flamed within his breast,
w is preferable to the shame of de-
feat ar.d to die off the crimson field .if
strife w;n happiness. 'Twas for that ho
lived and tr.i. d hlms«*lf and When this
a s n omplished. he had rounded out
111. sphere of his life. Put such is not
thi training cr tl.e ambition of our youth.
Till* Is the n f brain Sparta was the
It I* the Intellectual, rather
1 that we now need to
rrlty of our government
r* of the world Ah civ-
age of Iron
than the phy
protect the i
attie fsils backward and the
ne Mernatlonai law of arbi-
. n> - pronounced, and the dc-
,if irgent than the science of
. m J fidelity to Its principles.
. part of the education of each
Jim Dumps' good dame, on wisdom bent
To frequent cooking lectures went.
"For scalloped oysters don't use bread,"
She there was taught "Take ' Force1 in
When Oyster-Force was served to him
" Fit tor a kins I" cried " Sunny Jim."
The Ready UvServe Cereal
adds new enjoyment to
an old dish.
Sweet, crisp fl Kn "f wh« t nod nnit
A Ragvilar Breakfast Food
Force' is a regular breakfast footl In my family to the
chops, the old standard.
|" Don't be a Ciarn"
A Clam never moves. "S-t'lam is nut progressive." "A Clam never uses
"Don't be a Clam"
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