The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 97, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 18, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKIAHOM.t STATU-CATCTAL TFESDAT MOHX1NO, ATT.rST 18, linn.
Here is ii Special Hook BarpiiiVisiroRs to
Of the books listed below we have but a few of
each title. We want to close out the lot. They
are handsomely bound in paper
and beautifully printed. You
can have any one on the list for
15c; two lor 25c.
These are regular 25c books
cut to this price.
Order quick or they will be gone
J ust what you want for Summer
Auld Lycht Idyll* Barrle
A Torn out Page Dor Russell
An English Woman'i Love Lett*r«
An Egyptian princess Geo Eberv
All Aboard Olivor Optlo
A Woman'# Error A W. Marchmont
A Grey Eye or So Moore
Beyond the City A Conan Doyle
Beside the Bonnie Briar Bush
(1 A Hsntv
..Mrs. Henry Wood
Danesbury House ...
Dwlght L Moody
Uainat Wind and Tide Kinkead
Hints for tho Millions
Harry Lorreyuer ('has Lever.
In Buncombe County Marie Iiouia
In the Name of Liberty .. FlorenceMuryat
In Ilia Steps Sheldon
Idle Ttnie Tales
Judith Shakespeare Wm. Blsek
Joanna Endlcott Rarah Tyler
Jack In the Fore Castle Martingale
Life's Blindfold Game Maggie 0*run
Les Miserable, vol 1 Hugo
Ix-n Miserable vol 3 Hugo
Michael Craight Grant Allen
One of the Forty or The immirtal
Orange and Green Henty
One of the jgth Henty
Prince Schamyi's Wooing Savage
Private smith In The Philippines
Rlenzl Loru Lytton
Saddle and Sabre Smart
Soldi er« Three Kipling
Sketch Book Irving
St Denis Victor Hugo
The Princess of Alaska Savage
The Visit# of Elizabeth .Gfyn
The Young Buglers ... Henty
The Parson's sin Maud Mert-dlth
Tournamatine'a Time Cheques
The Utile Minister Barrle
Th* Lamplighter Marrla Cummins
The Man Behind Denlson
The House <>< the Wolf Way man
The Queen's Token ... Mrs CaahelHoey
The Honorable Mrs. Vereker
The Birth of a Soul ....Mrs. A. Phillips
The Launching of a Man .
Soil and Self Myself and Another
The Deemster Hall Calne
The Denver* Jewels
The World's Religions in n Nutshell
L. P. Mercer
The MHanehoJv Htiesar Thos Hardy
The Master of Ballsntro* dtevenenn
The First Christian Dally Papers and
The Phanton Rickshaw and other tales
The Dolly Dialogues Anthony Hope
Wee Willie Winkle Kipling
Put an "X" in front of the book you want, clip
out this "ad" and forward with the amount to
The State Capital Book & Stationery Store,
THE GREAT BOOK HOUSE f AH.
of oklahoma, uuthne, Ukla.
Three Hundred From Little
Rock and Hot Springs.
SEEING A GREA1 CITY
Charles Pelvey Arrested 01
Charge of Embezzlement-
Best Ball Game of the
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City, Aug. 17 —About 300 peo-
ple front Little Rock and Hot Springs,
Ark arrived Sunday on an excursion and
will return home Wednesday. A rate of
SS for the round trip was made.
CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City, Aug 17.—Chas. Pelvy
was placed under am%t this afternoon on
the charge of embezzlement. A man
named Beeks is the complaining witness.
GOOD BALL GAME.
Special UjsiMttah to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City. Aug. 17.—The best game
of baseball of tnA season was played at
Colcord part< Sundav l>y Stillwater and
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City won by
a score of 1 to 0. Eleven Innings were
NEV MATERIAL ARRIVES
Special Dtepatah to the State Capital
Oklahoma City Aug. 17—Work on busl-
neea block* wlijrh wis tuspeodeU by the
non-arrival of steel material will he re-
suraed thl« w<**k. several consignments
of material having arrived today.
When you want a book, J
magazine, daily paper, station |
ery, ink, pens, pencils, or any 1
thing in stationers' supplies.
The State Capital
Book and Stationery Store
The Latest Books
The latest new books u* In (took Is
If they are new and worth while, 1
here. The attraction
tula line is anaarpanscd.
POWER S SLAYER SENTENCED.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital
Oklahoma City, Aug. 17. -ftslph Coch-
ran has returned from Fort Smith, where
he appeared as a witness against Joe
Smiley, s*ho assisted In robbing a ban*
apd killing Sheriff Powars at Clarksville
two years ago. Smiley got twenty-ona
vears Jim Wallace. alias "Denver
rVenchy," who planned the rohberv, but
fook no part and Who was arrested In th's
city, was not tried because of a flaw in
the indictment against him.
BHRINERS1 TEMPLE CONTRACT.
Sp'oial Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City, Aug. 17 —The contract
for the erection of the Shriners' temple
has been practically agreed on and the
deal will be closed August 24. The temple
will oost about $53,000.
i Special Dispatch io the State Cspltal.
Oklahoma City, Aug. 17.—The remains
of B. F. Oregg, who died from conpestl^n
of the stomach, were shipped to Mexico,
Mo., for burial.
Between St. Louis, Kansas City, Memphis. Sir mint hum. Perls, Port Worth,
Pert t miib. Wichita. Oklahoma City
And Points ia *!•* «. Kan«*a. Arkjui«u, Misiissippi, Loaicians, Taxaa,
Oklahoma and Indian Territories. Indiana abd Illinois.
lfifofrcat.ua ai to train Mrvice aad >«■% «ko llluurattd descriptive matter, piumpdjr furalahed upon
application to B. F. DUNN
oiv. ease, joint
in every town.
Up-town office at Paul Newman's
near the Postoffice.
Special Dispatch to the Rtate Capital.
Oklahoma City. Aug. 17.—A horse at-
taohed to a buggy. owned bv 7 W. Oillcg-
ple. ran away today, knocked diwn two
fences and totally demolish*d tho bufrpv
Several people had narrow escapes from
being run over
TO START NEW MINES
MINING COMPANY MAKING BIO PRE-
PARATIONS AT COALGATE.
Special Dispatch to tho State Capital.
Coalgate. I. T., Aug. 17—The Soutnweal-
ern Development company of thlp city,
formerly the Southwestern Coal and Im-
provement company, and virtually a part
of the Katy system, is preparing to exten-
s vely increase the output of coal hereto-
fore handled from theae leases here.
One mile east of Coalgate the company
has under course of construction and 14
sinking one of the la gent coal shafts In
Indian Territory. Tho shall, whan com-
pleted, will be 16x7 .-2 fret Inside, clraj
of curbing, and 67B feet In depth. The
shaft is to be known as No. 12 and it l«?
•.stirrated that the company will re.-ilize
1,000 tcrs coal daily from it when com-
pleted and put in ope«-A 1on
The company is now operating three
*hu.'<s and two strip pits, witi an avr.r>«ae
daily mine of 1.500 tons of ccal, and em-
p.oys dally an averare 'o-ce o' 700 men
'n the mines, besides having control of tin
new extension of the Katy from Coalgate
to Oklahoma City. From W. E. Benja-
min. timekeeper for the company In this
locality tho line will be in operation by
MILLER WILL SUE
Will Get Even With Inspectors
With a $10,000 Damage
AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN COMPANY
i CARRY IN STOOK—CRUSHED FRUITS. CONC^N-
I TRATED SYRUPS, EXTRACTS AND SUPPLIES
I OF ALL KINDS FOR SODA FOUNTAINS.
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and a Saving In Freight
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THE STATE CAPITAL CO
A MAN'S NECKTIE.
THE LOYAL; ONE8 ORGANIZE AT
SperlnJ Dispatch .to the State Capital.
Vinita, I. T.. Aun. 17.—The l.oyul .Amer-
icana has organised an assembly at \\'ag-
mer, which starts off with about nn® hun-
dred member* Tho newly installed .lin-
gers aTe as follows: C. E. Castle. presi-
dent: Dr. O. K. Gordon, vice president: W
C. Fmlthpeter, ex-president: J I Ooursey,
secretat^" and treasurer; J R Askew iire-
late; W. P Fljr, Orderly; Miss Od'al Good,
sergeant. Mrs. Roscoe Hadley, first "er
parol; Mrs. C. E. Castle, second corporal
GeorRe Rrtse, guard: Andrew JacKion
sentinel; r>r . .Tone* and Jr>nes, Gordon.
Martin. Little and Jobe, medical i-xamln
At Chelsea. I. T . the followlan Loyal
American offlcors have Just been Installed
R. K. Adair, president; James Crutchfleld
ex-preslder.t; J. F. Porter, vice*- president;
•T P Mlllesecretary and treasurer: Rev
Simms pre'ate: .T W. Cotton orderfv;
Mrs. R K. Adair, sergeant Miss gue
Adair first rr.rpornl; Miss AM ' ^rutrh-
neld. second corporpl; Gus Smith, s^tlnel;
Rddle Hicks, jruard: nwdlcal w*amln rs
Ors HIIJ. Taylor and Jessup; reporter
PETITION OF MANDAMUS
TO FORTE INDIAN AGENT TO EJECT
HOIJDBRS OP INDIAN LANDS.
Sportal DlRp«tch to the fitale Oapltal
Muskogee I. T„ Au* 17.. N. A 0(bs„n.
attorney, filed h petition of mandamus n
the sujt of Evans Bros, affalnst J Blair
Shoenfeldt Indian Affent Hutton, et al.
today, asking the court to force the Irdlan
agent to eject the Evans brother* from an
Indian allotment and place tho Huttona,
who are Indians. In poaaesslop This is
another step tji the suit which Judge Ray-
mond rendered a decision in about a
month ago which affected Indlnn leasee
Evans brothers Asked f«rr an Injunction
restraining Hie Indian agent from pulling
them off the allotment. The injunction
was denied and In his opinion the court
held that a natural guardian cannot leise
the land of a mlnor.lt being nercrmarv trrr
him to go Into court and he appo4nttd
a legal guardian.
HELD WITHOUT BAIL
TWO MEMBER* BASHAW GANG FOR
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Muskogee, I. T . Aug. 17. -Bob Wor-
tham, who waa with Ed Bashaw, horse
was by a farmer pear
Brush Hill, was arraigned before Pnlied
States Commissioner Leekley was bound
ov*r '° ,h<* Krand Jury without bond Mil-
ard cottingham, another member of the
g.tng, was held until more witnesses could
be summoned. The two men are wanted
n several places for different charges of
larceny. 'they were with Ed Bmihnw
when he was ktlled by n farmer, who lay
In some weeds waiting for the gang f'o
u°7ei. and harness.* that
had been stolen and concealed In the
weeds. Wortham was shot In the shoulder.
Harry" the popular cab man, an-
nounced yesterday that the paved
streets were too good for a cab that
didn't look ship-shape. Accordingly
"suiting the action to the word," he
plated his cab in tho shop for a now
coat of paint, witch he says will not
make him feol ashamed whpn he drire*
on the paved atrcet. Thla goes to «how
that Guthrie's paved streets are taking
niisl tkt MRsnrr o( It* Arrsss**
wrnt Telia to Oa« Wobss.
"1 wouldn't attempt to Judge a man
by his uout," she said gravely, "but I
would not hesitate two uikiuteu to
Judge hitn by hia necktie. It 4s an al-
most Infallible guide. Of course there
are exceptions, but the character and
Intellect of most men can be told by
tbe way In which tbttj tie their ties.
Novr, take the overcleytT man, for ex-
"The tie pf the genlns has afford >d
much 'copy* for the pen of the aatirlst
and the pencil of the carlcnturlat, but
in reality any little piH'ullarlty or Idio-
syncrasy in dressing is genera 11? the
outward and visible dgn of vanity
rather than pcrsoual untidiness. Tbe
average man, with an ordinary share
of Intellect, soldom knows how to tie
g tio as It can be tied and is tied by
men with no Intellect at all. He may
possess u charming selection of the
best ties which Broadway can supply
Slid does not In the least look eccentric
—nay. rather, he often wants to be as
Stuart in appearance as possible, but
somehow he rarely achie?ct-- his object.
Directly you see a really beautifully
tied tie (except In tbe cases of military
men and actors, with whom It is a
part of tbe training) which never
mores out ot place, following faithfully
tbe little idiosyncrasies of contempora-
ry dand?iam, you mny be fairly ce/taln
that you are not face to face with an
undiscovered Shakespeare or an em-
bryonic Uoetbe. Of course, in the case
of a rich and important personage, the
lesser dotails of tbe toilet are usually
left to tbe valet, but even then I defy
a man of real brains to keep his tie at
the exact angle for any considerable
time. At di*nur you will generally find
that by the time the soup has arrived
the evening tie baa shifted Its position
or become obliquely pet. This could
probably be enslly avoided, only It hap-
pens that the way In which a man
wears bis tie indicates pretty accurate-
ly the wearer's intellectual apprecia-
tion of trides.—Toledo Blade.
Here Arc The Prices Cut Once More
Trough Tagg Mixed Paint, Regular Trite #i.7>,
Boiled Linseed' Oil, -
Hard Oil, ...
Rerry Bros. Hard Oil,
Putty, per pound, -
, " 5c
"We under sell them all" is our motto. Come and get our
prices. We keep the BEST GOODS, and everything that is
kept in a first-class drug store.
* C. R. RENFRO, DRUGS.
9HR WoQt nUahorvtn A wn r>, , ,,
206 West Oklahoma Ave, Opp. Postoffice.
Prescriptions a specialty,
♦—♦ ♦ ♦
Pat Yourself In the Other One's
PlSoe *ud Answer.
The great task of sound ethics is to
stimulate tbe social imagination. We
must be continually prodding our sense
of social consequence to keep it wide
awake. Wo must be asking ourselves
at each point of coutact with the livea
of othars such pointed questions as
How would yoa like to be the tsllor
or washerwoman whose bill you have
neglected to pay?
How would yon like to be the cus-
tomer to whom you are selling these
adulterated or Inferior goods?
How would you like to be the in-
vestor In this stock company which you
are promoting with water?
How would you like to be the employ-
er whose time and tools and material
you are wasting at avery chance you
get to loaf and shirk and ueglect tbe
duties you are paid to perform?
How would you like to be tbe clerk
or saleswoman in the store where you
are reaping ertra dividends by impos-
ing harder conditions than the state of
trade and tbe market compcl you to
How would yon like to be tbe stoker
or weaver or mechanic on the wages
you pay and the conditions of labor
How would you like to be the busi-
ness rival whom you deprive of his lit-
tle all by using your greater wealth la
temporary cutthroat competition? —
William De Witt Hyde in Atlantic.
Experience teaches a dear school, and her doors
Are ever open 1o him who finds therein
The oaJy road to wisdom;
But the shrewd observer,
^Vith his flinger on the public pulse,
Buys "Globo" and profits at the expense of others.
For Sale By
s. w. schmidt,
^ g r o c e r, ^
2 1 O East Oklahoma Avenue
Phone 7 OO
TVoo<! Worthington, who recently j
left the city under indictment, has re-
turned and expresses himself a^ desir-
ous of discharging all obligations
against him. He returned voluntarily I
and knowing that he was under indict- |
ment, but lias not idea of escaping, j
having announced his intentions to :
stay like a good fellow. He wishes to
make right the wrong he has done and
will take steps toward doing so, as I
quickly as possible.
Gesler (weather forpcaster—"I d like to
knon- whether to take an umbrella or
not." Mrs. <} "That's a koo<I one! You
■ay It Is prolrip to he fair weath. i " Os-
«r,"0h ,ha,s dlfferent That's my of-
ticial opinion."—Boston Transcript
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Arkanean City, Kan.. Aug. 17.—George
Miller of the 101 ranch, was in the city
last night on his way to the ranoh. after
a visit to Win&eld. on business, tie said j
thai when the Miller boys were hauled
before the federal commissioner ;it Per^- j
' I this week, for violating the federal quar-
k I antlne law, his case was dismissed He
I says that now. In order to gat even and
have the higher authorities Investigate
j the process employed by the feideral in- I
specter*, he will bring suit for damages |
> for 110,000 against Leslie ,T. Allen, federal j
Inspector., and Albert D an. live stork
What Muhlngton Lacks.
There is no avenue in Washington
which raeasurea adequately up to the
full demands of civic beauty. Wood-
ward avenue in Detroit, Euclid avenue
In Cleveland, Peachtree avenue in At-
lanta, Independence avenue in Kansas
City and Summit «venae In 8t. Paul
afr all examples of handsome thor-
oughfares, where magnificent private
residences are set in miniature parka
On a larger scale Brook line, near Bos-
ton, presents a charming picture of
Suburban development along pictur-
esque and artistic lines. There is noth-
ing of the kind in Washington.—Wash*
INDIVIDUALITY of design make our
Vehicles ATTRACTORS of attention.
They rontain tbs very bewt wearing q uallty and sell at reasonable figures
Our main object la quality. Our prices within reach of all. You will And lu
our stock the latest styles of Studdeba ker, John Dears and Columbus Ve-
hicle*. Rubber tire turnouts from $75.00 up. Rubber ti re' bike wagons from
Look at our $75.00 top Buggy,
The best value for the motjey that ever came to thla oity.
gurries, Spring Wagons, Delivery W agens, Btudeoaker and Mollne farm
wagons. Binders, Binder twine, etc.
J. S. LYON,
Cor. Division and Oklahoma Ave., GUTHRIE, O.T
PAUL R. BROWN, M. D.
DR. PAUL R. BROWN, )r
SpeclaJ attention devoted to surgery.
Asp & Cottingham,
Attorneys at Law.
Offloa la VUtav Black. OCTO*!* OKI*
WELL * KNOWN MASSACHUSETTS
WOMEN CI'RED By HYOMEJ.
SOW IS THE TIME TO LAY I\
YOUR WINTER'S COAL
J. B. FAIRFIELD
TRANSFER, COAL AND STORAGE
PHONE No. 20. West Harrison Avenu
The ffirmer (In tho show looking
ground in alarm)—^"Gosh! wher*'« nil the
State Capital Want Ads Get Results
will be made Joint defendants in the s.il
The secretary of agriculture will h< aeked
to investigate the methods employed irf'!
govertianent Inspection. This may relieve
aome fit the officials from duty in that de-
partment. The federal authorities seem
are not pushing the"*other suits as hard ai
At the time the alleged shipping was '
done CJeorge waa not In town and could I
know nothing of It Tie now In going to i
ask for damages for false arrest and de-
tention from business.
He was arrested with his brothers some
time ago. for shipping rattle without be
Ing properly Inspected, the Inspection be
ing made by Jack McFall. Kansas In
*p<?«4or. at Arkansas City. Now it turns
out that the cattle were again Inspected
by Deap at Kansas City An effort. It^ls
underst ood will be made to cau«e the
rest of Mepall on the charge rj violating
the federal Inspection law by renrenpntlng
himself to be a federal officer This pr#b-
gbly csn not be made to hold wster for
ho trade his Inspection as a Kansas offl
eer and.lss'ied Kansas certificates for that
How to cure catarrh has been a prob-
lem ;n mtdlcir.e for many years that was
not solved 'ir.til the discovery of H.vo-
mel. This remarkable treatment makes It
possible for an\ one to breathe an air at
heme whic h lo almost identical with1 that
of th-. Adirondscks. the Carolina* or oth
or heaith resorts when- the air Is impreg-
nated with healing halsums from health
fflvln* trees and plants
Simply place a little Hyomel In the In-
haler which comes with every outfit,
breathe it occasionally during- the day
ami houeflt will be seen after Its nst- for
only two or thrf e times, while persever-
ance for a ffv days or we.*k.s will effect
a complete cure of even the worst case
Mrs Elvira E A. Gibson who holds i
responsible position In the great dry goo«ls
store of Jordan, Marsh & Co., of Boston,
wrote In April; "I had catarrh foi twentv
years, snd the iaBt ten (all of which time
has been passed in Uiis (Teat wtabllsh-
ment) I suffered fearfully. One-half dos-
en handkerchiefs per day would be use I
It extended to my throat; the has.* , f my
tongue was badly affected. I oonsr.mfl .-
kept in my mouth cardamom s«eris «r
some such breath purifier, j could n it
sleep with my month closed. I began ne-
,lng Hyomel In December and in tw
weejts j was entirely—and now ,:Mm
four months and no return of tho r'i#-
ease. I can say permanently-cured The
head of this firm, Mr. Jordan, endor* *
F. B Lillle ft Co.. have sold hun-
dreds of Hyomel outfits, consisting of m
inbuler, a medicine dropper .md a botdi
of Hyomel. and with every purchase h«
given their personal guarantee to refund
the money if Hyomel did not "ur- They
will sHIl *ell the treatment on that plan
and avery catarrh sufferer ought i > t*K.e
advantage of their fair propositi -n.
Ad Artist's Trials.
Brownly—Dauber certainly has bia |
Pinder—Why, I thought he was do- i
Brownly He was until he painted |
that last landscape. Ho painted the
sun In too natural.
Pinder—How could that be?
Brownly—Well, it dries up the wa-
fer in tb«> pood so fast that he hus to
paint in new water every two or three
day p.—New York Times.
$ Dr. EULA L. HARRIS
I KSno*47 BFAOLE BLK. W. 01
*'I suppose In the collecting business."
said the inquisitive man, "nearly ev-
ery man you «o to aee asks you to call
"Ask me?" replied the collector.
"Some of them dare me'."—Philadelphia
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 7/03
Courses: Commercial, Shorthand and
| Typewriting. Penmanship and Telegraphy.
| CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Mrs. Youngrwed- And what are these?
Dealer—Salt mackerel, mum.
Mrs Y.— Are they quite fresh?—Chi-
Eluie—■"Mamma, are marriages made in
Heaveny Mrs. Dlmpleton—"Yes. dear.
Have I got to wait that long."—Life.
HAVE YOU SEEN GEORGE?
REAL ESTATE Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
OIL AND RICE LANDS
City, Farm and Rental' De-
G. B. PENNOCK,
ROOMS 4- «s;IO REDLINO BLDG. .
119# N. Iiroadway. £-
Bell Phone 1243. P.O. Box
20 I 8. Branch Office, Beau-
The Story of
MAre you a man of family, sir?** |
"Yes, sir. My third sou-iu law in<Jvet [
In today."—Ijeteoit Kree Press.
There Is no«case on record of a mnn
having comiiitted a crime with a yipe
or cigar in his motuh.
This Is the best day the world haa
•r«r seen. Tomorrow will be better.**
a A. Lawffceii.
We carry, a qompjete ltnr
of JABNKCKIi prluting uiks.
Order yotir inks from us and
get the best.
The St*t« Capital
Book and Stationary Stare
The Outlaw • cspn story of bis wv experience
hi« wild lifrfen the plains the Konhtflia bank
rohbeejr, and bia i^uaiter of a crntury luprisoa
PR ICB 6«c PO«TPAIO.
STATE CAPITAi BOOK AND
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