The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 97, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 18, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATU CAPITAL, 'tUtsDAV MOH.V1XG, AUGUST 1 , 1 03.
Hi* the rtoeueoeUo
that b MMm l*Ms el ta were being dis-
ks* tad 7
. lie knows itai hit tvflaclugs are rery
tout* like aw tar*M«« of -Ik* reck.
PT4a( V uxtni* to Ww is vtul wrtl per-
■oanently cnr* hit
That. KCtffdhl to U>«u-«o<U of grateful
It promptly neatiaftifet the Mid U
blood on whftoh the dlteaae depend*,
r latelj ellmfnatas ti, and 8' rengthant tha
•7item against it* return. Try Hood's.
BOSTON 8; PITTSBURG 4.
Boston, Aug. 17.—Boston played an un-
usually <lfV'i iiamx today, while Pltt*-
burg played looaeiy. Carney was not
• >|>U*>'«1 to exert himself and PhllUppl waa
butted freely, ncelving the wtakest kind
of support. Attendance 2.4041. Score:
ft I I.E.
Boiton 02 0 013 0 0*— 7 11 1
I'ittb: -uric . .oooauoooo— 4 h 2
iiatr^ria*—Carney and Month; Phllllppl,
Falkenburg and Phelpa.
PHILADELPHIA 3, ST. LOUIS 2.
St. Ixiuls, Aug. 17 ~ ITilladelphla de-
feated St l^ouia today in a cloaely played
game. The home team war?.to pieces In
the fir at inning and alio a iJ Philadelphia
three runa. Attendance *,&o0. Scorer
St. Louie .. .. ..000 1 0 1 0 00— 2 8 -
Philadelphia .. . 300000000—1 8 1
Hat tar tea—Sieve ra and Sugden; I'lanK
Of the United States Treasury Rec-
New York and Cincinnati
Take One Each.
BROOKLYN TAKES BOTH
Sr. Louis Loses Two Gimes to
the Big Bridge Gang-Detroit
Takes One From New
BROKE EVEN AT NEW YORK.
New York. Aug It —The Cincinnati and
lor^l natlonala broke even In tha double-
heaAer today- New York won the hrt>t
game with MeShewaon pitching agalnat
Hijth ft In the second the vialtora batted
Taylor oat at the box In tha fifth Inning.
Poole pIu*had wilL and hla batting waa
uaeful. Ha made two hlta, scored one run.
and drove in tww> more while taking hla
second turn at bat. Attendance U.884.
Flrat game— R.H.E?.
New T<£k 11301010 •— 7 10 2
Cincinnati 0 03 0 0 0 002— 4 7 1
Battrrlea-—Mathewson and Bowertnan;
Suthoft and Pelt*
Second game— RH-E.
ClndnnatT.. .. ..0 0008200 \— I 1! 0,
New York 00K#10Ol- 8 11 2
. BatterlW-Pools and Harberer; Taylor.
Miller and Bowennan.
DETROIT fi NEW YORK S.
Detroit. Aug. 17.—Kltaon pitched a fine
game todav and won from New York.
Barrett'* hitting waa a feature. Attend-
ance 2.170. Score: RHE
Detroit 10100022*— « ll" 2
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0— 1 7 I
Batteries—Kltaon and McGulre; Howell
CLBVELAND 9. BOSTON 1.
Cleveland. Aug. 17.—Cleveland made *
tight straight today, defeating Boston
eaflly. Attendance 8.200. Score: ^ ^ ^
Cleveland 51 • • 1 0 0 1 «— 9 11 2
Boston 10011000 0— 1 8 3
Batteries-Josa and Bevls; Dlne^n. Win-
ters and J. Stahl.
WASHINGTON 2. CHICAGO 1.
Chicago. Aug. 17.—Washington won to-
day's game by bunching four of their si*
hits In the second game and third inning
Chicago's only run resulted from a base
on halls, a sacrifice and a single. Attend-
ance 1.187. Score: h.h.K.
Chi cairo ..ooooiooo t— 18 1
Washington .01100000 0-2 8 0
Batteries—Owen. Flaherty and Slattery;
Orth and Klttredge.
DF.S MOINE 7. PEORIA 2.
Dea Molnea. Aug 17.—Morrison s pitch-
ing, combined with opportune hitting won
the last game of the aeries for Dea Molnea.
Attendance 650. Score: ^ ^ ^
Dea Moines 0 1200130 •— 7 11 1
Peoria 0 1001000 0— . 11 2
Batte'rie«—-Morrison and Fohl; Olnwtead
TWO AT COLORADO SPRINGS
Colorado Spring*. Aug. 17.—The locals
wit lucky and bunched hits In the flrat
game today, winning. In the second game
Oiade waa too great nn enigma for tha
local batsmen. Donahue's long fly with
three men nn bas«s and Glade'^were the
featuref Scorea: w
First game— R.H.E.
8t Joseph 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 2 9 2
Colorado Spring* .03012010 * 7 7 4
Batterlea— Falls and McConncll; Now
mever and Doran.
First game— R.H.E
Rt. Joseph 10000001 2— 4 6
Colorado Sprlnas 000000000 0 2
Bat terlea—Glade and McConnell; Glade
DR. LLEWELLYN JORDAN. Medl-
cai Examiner of the U. S. Treas-
ury Department, graduate of Co-
lumbia College, and who served three
years at West Point, has tha following
to say of Per una;
"Allow me to expraes my gratitude to
you for tha benefit derived from your won-
derful remedy. On* short month has
brought forth a vast change and I now
consider myself a wall man after months
of suffering. Fellow sufferers, Peruna will
THE WOMEN ALSO RECOMMEND
Mlsa Btanche Grey, 174 Alabama street.
Memphis. Tenn.. a society woman of
"To a aoclety woman whise nervous
force 1s often taxed ta the utmost from
lack of reat and Irregular meala I know
of nothing which is of *0 much benefit
as Peruna I took 't a few month* ago
when I felt my strength Riving away,
and (t soon made .tself manifest In *>v-
in? me now strenth and health."—Mlaa
Mr* X Schneider. 24OT Thirty-seventh
Place. Chicago, 111., writes:
'After taking several remedies without
result, I heaen ,as| -ar tc t.lkt vour
valnab'e remedy, Peru-a I wai > com-
plete wreck Hal paln'ta^m of the heart.
rol-1 h'inds and ' et, femnle weakuca". no
jrtWt'te 'rembM,:g aJr.k'n t feeling ne.irlv
nil the time. Ycu said I waa «uff*rlng
Ith a j stemlc oaterrh ard I believe that
I '* lv« -1 your uelp in Jhe nick r>f time
foiiewed vol.* direct'nns ea-efullv and
ran aa.v voday that I am well am in I
car.r-u (hank you enough for my cure."
'•rna cures catarrh wh'-«v-ir located
Te-iin* lr not r guem nor nn experiment —
If Is - n absolute «e|ent«fl: r rtjiaf/ Pe-
rura haa no suhatftutes—no rivals. Insist
upen hnvlng Pe -nua.
A free book written by Dr. Hartman on
the subject of catarrh In Ita different
phases and stages, will be sent free to any
address bv The Peruna Medicine Co., Co
lumbut, Ohio. •
fatarrh la a syatemlc disease curable
only by systemic treatment. A remedv
that cures catarrh must aim dh-ectlv
the depressed nerve centers. This
what Peruna does.
Peruna Immediately Invigorates the
nerve-renters which give vitality to th.
mucous membranes Then catarrh dis-
appears. Then catarrh Is permanently
BROOKLYN TAKES BOTH GAMES.
Brooklyn, N, Y- Aug. 17 —Brooklyn won
g double-header from St Louie today.
Garvin held the vialtora down to tlrree hits
Kthe first game, all of them In the ninth
nlng. In the second game the locals
ware outhatted. but bunching of hits won
them a 1 (Winning game. Attendance 2.900.
Plrat game— R.H.E.
S Lou la 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2— 3 3 2
Brooklyn 0 8 00 1 0 0 0 •— 8 7* 2
Batteries—Cturry and O'Neill; Oarvln
Second game— K.rl.E.
8t Louis 0 000 1 001 0 1— 3 10 0
Brooklyn . .1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1— 4 fi 0
Batterle*--•Murphy and O'Neill; Reldy
8.000 spectatora and an excellent progara
The Hiram Woodruff 15.000 stake. 2 20
class, trotting. John Taylor won the third,
fourth and fifth heato in 2:10 1-2; 2:11;
2:12 1-4 Jay McOregor won #he flrat
and a«-cond heats In 3-4. 2:11. iJidy
Hatchle, Horace W. Wllaon. Senator Mills.
M.-Adams. Jr., Katlnky K-. Nlcolette and
Monroe, alao started
2TB Pace. pur«H 11.000—Major C.. won
the second and third heats In 2:08 Frank
Wilson won the first haat In 2 u6 3-4. Kio-
wa and Direct L. alao started,
2:09 ("laws, pacing, pur*.- |1 000—One and
one-elbhtha mile dash. Nomalnn- won In
2 25 1-4 Ebony Kin*. Dlabllto. Blrdlna,
Page ljal and Dart ala^ start.-.1
2:07 Trottln*. purae ll.BOO.—Rythmic
won the flrat and necond heats In 2:09;
2:07 1-4- Fereno. Monte Carlo. Prince of
Orange Dan T.. and Susla J . also started.
2:09 Pacln*. purse 11.000—Mile dash—
Prince Alert won In 2 ®3 Knox King.
Horace H., and Dan R. alao atarted.
ONE KILLED, SIX
INJURED IN COLLISION
A POOR CRUTCH.
Experience it a dear teacher, as those who pin their
faith fib Mercvy trUt sooner or later. Thi* power-
ful poiaou cotnhtard with Potash, is the treatmont gen-
erally pregcribed fctrCboU^ioua Mood Poison, but failure
and dtsappaititnetit • the-invariable result. These win
eruls drive m the aorns and eruptions, and apparently the
disease is gone and the patient believes the cure ponaa-
uent, but Soon Umm^is better when the old symptoms |
return almost as soon as ttoe treatment is left off You
must either keep the awfttttn saturated with men ury or endure the tortures-
of sore mouth ulcerated throat and the mortification that one naturally
fr>f 1« whan k«.l« (. I : L J : t . . '
(Thlcago. Aug. 17.—In a head-on colli
aion between two paaaenger trains on
the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul rail
road near Long Lake early today one
tralnmai received injuries which result-
ed In his death, an en rlneer and fireman
were probably fatally Injured, and a num-
ber of persona were mora of lesa gerloua-
The dead: «
W. A NORTHWAY. expreaa messenger
on west bound train.
Milton Twltchell, engineer.
Albert Zeal, fireman.
* Vm Hlgglna, baggageman.
Albert Rastman, expreaa meaaenger.
JUMPED HIS BOND
OR. limim JORDAN.
If you do not derive prompt and aatla-
factory results from the use of Peruna.
write at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleaaed to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman. President ol
Thn Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus,
L. NICHOLS. WANTED IN NORTH
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Mangum. Ok la . Aug 17 -R. L Nichols,
ex-aherlff of Marl. n county, North Car
ollna, who .was arrested here recently for
North Carolina authorities, und who gave
bond In the aum of fl.000 for his appear-
ance at th.- Mangum court house on Fri-
day August 7. to be turned over to the
North Carolina authorities, did not show
up at the appointed time and the bond
has been declared forfeited, Z. B. Ka-
nlpe brother-:n-law of Nichols, and Dr.
.Justice were the bondsmen, and they will
be required to pay tho amount of the
FAILED TO INDICT
EVENTS ON THE TRACK
KANSAS CITY 4. DENVER 3.
Denver. Aug. 17 —Bad luck In the ninth
inning lost a closely contested game for
the Denver team today. Score:
Denver .. .. .. ..0 001t000 1— 3 « 0
Knnaas Pity 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 01— 4 10 1
Bat terlea—Pound and 8chlel; Hess and
MILWAUKEE 10. OMAHA 1
Omaha. Aug. 17 — Inability to hit the
ball and all around poor work In the field
by the local*, gave the vialtora an easy
victory taday. Score:
Milwaukee 2 1 0 0 0 2 3 2 0—10 10
Omaha 1 0 00(1 00 00— 1 8
Batterlaa—Sworenstedt and Lucia; Com-
panion and Gondlng.
AT ST. IX5UI8.
St. Louis. Aug. 17.—Kinlock summary:
First, four and a half furlongs-Toupee
wo A Anyway aecond; Major Carpenter,
third. Time :64 1-2.
8econd. six furlongs—Irrene Mac won;
Mlsa Gould, stcond; Aylmcr Bruce, third.
Third, flve furlongs—Mafhlda won; Jc-
hane, second; Magnolin, third. Time. 1:01
Fourth, one mile, handicap—Mlas May
Day won; Little Scout, aecond; Taby Toaa
third. Time 1:41.
Fifth, mile and 70 yards—Dr. Hart won;
Lynch, second; Alborae, third. Time 1:47
sixth, mile and nn eighth. Baronet won;
Tlckful, aecond; Jona, third. Time 1:66.
AT SARATOGA SPRINGS.
s. N. Y.. Aug. 17.
, handicap, short course—
('allen, won; AdJIdauno, aecond; Arlan,
third Time 4:05 2-6.
Third race, the Kentucky, five and-a hall
furlongs—The Lady Roheala won; Divina-
tion. second; San. third. Time 1:07 3-5.
Fourth race, mile—Injunction, won; Sir
Voorhees, aecond; Lord Badge, third. Time
Fifth race, six furlongs—Monster won;
Rob Roy, aecond; Blackmoor. third. Time
Sixth race, mile—Yard Arm won: High
Chancellor, second; Bad News, third.
Time. 1:39 3-5.
Chicago, Aug. 17.—Hawthorne summary-.
First race, seven furlongs—8kllful won;
Gregor K., second; Barney Burke, third.
Time 1:28 '3-6.
Second race, steeplechase, short course—
Paulager won; Joe McGee, second; Ceylon,
third. Time 2 54 2-5.
Third race, mile, speculation stake;Dick
Welles, won; Oralna, aecond; Flocarllne,
third. Time 1:40 4-5.
Fourth race, mile and a quarter—Curate
won; Kunja, second; Lou Woods, third.
Time 2:08 1-5.
Fifth race, five furlongs—Witchcraft,
won; Copperfleld, aecond; Rusk, third.
Time 1:01 3-5.
Six taca. six furlongs—Planudes, won;
Beat Man, second; Gallant, third. Time
AT NEW YORK. ;
New York. Aug. 17.—The grand circuit
seaside began at Brighton Beadti today
with Ideal racing weather and attendance
NEGRO WHO HAD KILLED TWO
New York, Aug. 17.—Jeferson San-
ders, colored, who on May l, was ter-
ribly beaten and then shot and killed
two policemen and wouud« d another,
was today released from custody by
Recorder Goff. the jury having failed
to find an indictment.
WILL RETURN TO WORK
SIX HUNDRED MILL EMPLOYES GO
BACK AT REDUCTION
Philadelphia. Aug. 17.-About dyers
employed in three mills tonight voted to
return to work. At one plant the men will
Ko hack at a reduction of flve per cent
In wages and ut the others they will re-
sume wcrk at the same terms as before
the strike. There are more than 2,000
dyers In tiie city.
Newriche— "Say! Do you know Booble-
by boasts that one of hla ancestors was
beheaded In the Tower of London." Grlm-
shaw^-"Yes; pity it didn't run In tho fami-
feels when the body is covered with disgusting sores, rashes, copper-colored
splotches and other aggravating symptoms of this vile disesse.
Mercury and Potaali are poor clutches, and their uie eventually brealt9
down the ronatitution, rams the digestion and cause the bones to decay. „
? 8ru®*^«teed purely vegetable remedy, is the
-1 only antidote for Contagious Blood Poison. It de-
stroys every atom of the deadly virus, overcomes the
bad effects of the mercury and cleanses the blood and
system so thoroughly that never after are any signs
Nor is the taint ever transmitted to others.
We will send free our book on Contagious Blood Poison, which is inter-
esting and contains full directions for treating yourself at home. Medical
advice or any special information desired given without charge.
THE SWiFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
of the disease seen.
FOLSOM CONVICTS NOW
LOCATED IN NEVADA
Caraon, Nev., Aug. 17 — News haa beer,
received that a party of convicts who
escaped from the priaon at Folsom, Cali-
fornia. visited Glen Alpine near TallaC
Saturday. They demanded dinner and
carried away several days' provisions.
Boyond taking food they did not annoy or
threaten any one and openly admitted
their indentity. They were heavily arm ad
an.l their presence In that country wnlch
contain.* many camping p«rtles haa cau .
ad great alarm among the vialtora who
seeking other earning retroata. The «
victs are now nearlng the line and If they
cross Into this state a great effort will be
made to capture them.
A Guaranteed Cure for Plies.
Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding
Piles. Your druggist will refund your
money If PAZO OINTMENT falla to cure
you. 50 cents.
FORTY PERSONS DROWNED
BY COLLAPSE OF VESSEL
Helalngfors, Finland, Aug 17.—A terri-
ble accident occurred on I*ake Tykojarvl
yesterday. The upper deck of a vessel
conveying people from church collapsed
and forty persona were drowned or killed
und many others were Injured.
NOAH BROOKS DEAD
NOW PREVAIL IN THE FAMINE
STRICKEN KWANGBI PROVINCE.
London, Aug. 17.—According to mall ad-
.Ices from Hong Kong, missionaries re-
turned from the famine district In Kwan^-
si province, south China, report that tna
conditions there have improved. The
harvest had commenced and the free dis-
tribution of cocals had begun In many
places early in July. It was expected that
the necessity for the furth -r distribution
of food would dlsuppear entirely in a few
weeks from that time.
Suspected at Splea.
Vienna. Aug. 17.—Two men have been
arrested at Moena. Austrian Tyrol, on aut-
piclon of being aples. They were found
to be in possession of sketches of fort-
ress's on the Austrian frontier. One of
the prisoners ia a professor at Venice and
the other is an official of the poatoAce at
Florence. Both are held for trial.
Massachusetts to Move Thursday.
Washington. Aug. 17.—Captain Emgry.
commanding the battleship Indiana, hat
advised the navy department that the bat-
tleship Massachusetts can probably be
repaired sufficiently to get under way from
Bar Harbor for New York by next Thurs-
day. The Massachusetts wll be docked
there and the full extent of her damages
BACK TO PUEBLO
blo arrived In the city yesterday for tha
purpoa*. <1 f taking back with him a man
by the name of Hay hurst who was re-
cently arrested here, charged with horse,
stealing. Habeas corpua proceedings were
WELL KNOWN JOURNALIST DEAD
AT PA8EDENA. CAL.
Pasedena, Cal. Aug. 17.—Noah Brooks,
once a wel known writer and journalbt,
is dead at his home In this city, aged 87.
He se rved In the navy and after reaching
San Francisco he Identified himself with
the Alta, Callfornian. Later he became a
writer on the New York Tribuna. From
1885 to 1895 he waa editor of tho New York
Times. Ha was tho author of several
books, among theb "A Life of Lincoln'
and "First Acroaa tho Continent."
'em on, 1 think them waa the uppers I
got fer griddle cakes a minute ago." —
•'What la the cause of that uproar In
the car ahead?' aakod una of the passen-
gers. "A Kansas farmer and the owner
of a berry patch la Michigan are figWIng
over a Harvard graduate that la out here
looking for a Job," replied the governor.
In agitated voloe.—Chicago Tribune.
- — - - •
the LAST CHANCE
* THE GREAT AUCTION SALE w*
At Zollers China Store will continue this week
From 2 to 5 and 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Giving all a chance to get in on the good things. S>S>
DON'T MISS A CHANCE
To Buy the Best Goods at Your Own Price.
ZOLLER'S CHINA STORE.
113 East Oklahoma Avenue.
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