The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 173, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 14, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL. SATT'TWAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 190.).
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The Oklahoma State Capital
By The Stat* Capital Company.
FRANK H. GREER. Ed.tor.
published; thou? of the population are
| baaed upon the latent official Mflmau*
I which ahowK the population In 1W1.
and wa* based upon the csnaua of ^
1871 . while- tbl fllflrw Oi 'be srei
am from accepted geographical au-,
thorltles aud are tlioae of the are o.'\
liie "Departmcui. ol Panama"' of the
Colombian republic. The principal
poria are Panama, on the Pacific coast
and Colon on the Atlantic aide, and
them* porta are vial tad annually by
Dally by Carrier in City.
Dally by Mail—Strictly
Three months ^
Our "yJi'r* «S mnf IhM on- lh«liw nrl
Mo aubacfi^tton^ will bf aent by mail la ^ oVor 1,00(1,ObO tona "t merchandise
Sunday Edition. md nearly one hundred thousand paa-
by maJi#ekiy. 11 enfsra, • iiicfly for transfer over th:
Biz month* I'anamn railway, 47 miles in length,
—— oniiwiJng 1 he I'arlfV port or Panama
. J with 1 ho Atlantic port of Colon.
Colon, or Aaplnwall, an it i« Horoe-
And Guthrie continues to enjoy un-
tiuien called, has a population of about
8,000 person* The city of Panama ha;;
| u population of about 26,000. It wa.
] founded in 1518 and burned in 1671.
Friends of Oklahoma do not make an,j rebuilt in 1673, while Colon
unfounded statements concerning the ()f mui,h more recant date, having been
atatehood Ideaa of her cltlsenF. j founded in 1855.
nrblch aa already ln-
% I (Heated amounts in number to ihou*
| 300.000 comi*>H >d of various cle-
I manta—Spanlah, Indian, negro and a
The Eaglea have been able to kee,
toroethlng ilolng In Guthrie this neck
oontettl and rubber nail stnnts will bo
cut out hereafter.
The Fort Smith and Western ha limited number of parson* from th. M|mt, onward.
the Manchurian rji < The fact la that
th* t'nlted t Hates had not the falnt**t In-
terest In that Issue «SOept as it ulTerts
our commerce Russia can formally an-
nex Manchuria without evoking any
protest from Washington. no Iona aa our
trado privilege* In that territory are re-
It will do no liarvn for America, how-
ever. to keep th* fact • onatantly in mind
that in naval strength they are not only
far behind Knaland and France, but are
also a long WHjr behind Ituna!*, and are
about on a tin with Oarmany. This is
not the sort of a position which the I'nlt-
ed Stater should Hold. We ..tight to be
second to England alonf The ITnlt*d
States has 1 longer • oa*t line, counting.
Alaska and the Philippines, even than
Uuasla. It outrank* France and der-
many immeasurely In that particular.
The need of a great navy b> more im-
peratlve to us than It Is to any other
nation in the world with th' < !«• **• op-
tion of fit eat Britain. Tho t'nlted State*
U the wealthiest of ull the world - pow-
er*. The expenditure foi the .nation of
an adequate navy would be a veiv light
burden for n Oirr Panama affair tells
us that we are going far too -dow In the
creation of <1 navy which will meet the
country'" need* The new relations
Which, after we btilld th" Isthmian ca-
nal, we will have to assume not only to
the oountries of Central America, but to
all the other Independent nation* of the
I ex pope Ion
had time to correct her freight. ru«
injustice to Guthrie. Has it done so?
Since Mary McLane t* announcement
that «he wants a husband, wan mad.'
ahe la being reminded that Senator
Pettus of Alabama is still unappropria-
ted and only 82.
European countries and the United
State*, especially ^those engaged lit
commerce and th" operation of th"
Panama railway. A conaidersble num-
ber of the population In composed of
persons brought to the isthmus a* la-
borers for the construction of the ca-
nal, and of their descendants. Sine a
the abolition of slavery In Jamaica, a
Oklahoma slnosroly appreciate. ,
Congressman Stephens' Interest in her considerable uum ,
iattoca have son led on the althmbus a'
farmei-R and small dealers and In
eome villages on the Atlantic wide
they are said to be In the majority,
and as a result ihe English language ia
much In use, especially on the Atlan-
tic side. Some of the native papula-
, lL v .. tlon have retained their customs ,
Pnaifent Finney, or the M. K. k h all(, lylw. Mp.rl.ll.,-
o. hu a nimikni Woa roncraing l_ ^ ^ purl 0( pro.
fiuthri... but In (he oo.l lie will know j ^ ^ >j)fl ,|ahn |n ^ dnMndtnU „t
ibat they kee,. their promleee an.l re-||h(> n'>||v . fnimi| ,n tM.Uon „y
affairs, but she cannot endorse hla
Bob Neff speaks or a brother editor
ea a "hide bound partisan." At \ne
best. It was an instance of the pot
railing the kettle black.
COLOMBIA LOOKS TO
The consul general for Colombia .it New
York Pity conftdea the following to an alert
"1 have no official advices from Colom-
bia. Cablegrams Which I sent lust week,
•inking for news, have not been answered
Kiom nn oclal source, however I learn
In the interior are very
ver the recent de velop-
appealed to our govern-
delegation to clermany to
>r certain plecas * f land
• in retu
. I do
tertlon. Of ecu
this will be done but If
Ihe land conceded to llerm
lylna next to the Panama
fides of the Hhmu - "
In other word*. Iheae i
iany * i>ro-
a-ilI be that
member their friends.
A 18-year-old Turkvllle girl who hs .
the reputation of having the largest
feet in Kansas, used them to some ad-
vantage. She ran away from a cruel
J the natives
the Spaniards when they discovered
and conquered the country.
L ABOR MOVEMENT
A new labor movement In Germany
The StTLouls Globe Democrat Is began with the first meeting in Frank-
ordlnarlly a well Informed Journal, bu'. hir) the other day of the congress of
It will havo to show the people of Ok- wor^men, who do not belong 'o the
lahoma More they can be convluee,! ^ g( ^ It w«.t
that they favor joint alatehuod. : 1S(.,| Ilf loo Heleualed. repreaent-
The peralatency with which Germany i inn «30.twi> members. The objoct of f.
denies any intention of altllni; Colom- aa ilerlareil fan to give a treah and In-
bla may Ite explained in part by fhe dependent Impelns to the cauae of wo-
Kaiser * recent experience in comi j dal reform, to dlRaaaoclate it as far
tlon with a South American state. ■ an possible from the political methods
j and revolutionary demands of the So-
Negotlatlons with Panama's rspre-, (,pmorr#t«, and to correct the
oentatlves In the matter of the i*th- ]in>valont impression that outside the*
mlan canal, are to be taken up ai ouccn domocrntl. party thore are no
Probably the only way to get abead j discontented with existing
oerafu are < ured of th Ir.fatuatlor-
* « and ISM and ara raaUy lo go to
i for ' old-lima democracy In lha -.Id-
dttomrratlc wa>." Thartj In «oo«i
on for lh - belief lhal th« nouthern
stutes will stand for the selection of a
mud candidate on a maud platform. "A
repattlon >< the l So folly would be pre-
destined <w «t. ' Mya Ihe Advertiser,
and that folly cannot >« repeated
ipt through aouthf-rn vol*"
If the tone of ihe leading southern
pws(«ai>era la a criterion lha WUthflrn
at«a will g<. into Ihe convention next I
sr united for a return to fonservatlce . oklah.
TO IHt (jRUCtRS
During the last ^eseioi. of ourt
Norman a * dlv->Pw' refotd was •"
ta jlb«be«l nl*t «n de«re«B t'eing giuni
, A H«n
- 1 th«- lf^.arr o
1 buaines* than
land s) stem,
Where to Get Oil Tags lo Com-
ply Wiiii Inspection Law.
democracy, and the nomination of candi-
dates In whose steadfast adherence to
the time-honored principle? of democracy
the people will have full confidence.
Of one thing the party may be assur-
ed and that Is that it cannot win on th"
principles most loudly championed In
and l! ne The oppoaltion «-f the eactern
democrat.v to what Is termed "llryunlsm '
has extended to thr central west, and.
re-enforc-ed by the south, the conserva-
tive* c«n compel * return to the old de-
mand for tariff revision < ronomy in gov-
ernmental expenditures, and a sound
financial policy. The party can oome
nearer uniting cm a platform embodying
these principles than -mi any other.
n the i'
a court I
ha pa )v
mind that noo.mo
•use got l enongh
til the uiapaycrs
ictlon law It Is
oal oil or gano- |
tore without a label I
Ing that tbe
ed Under the r.ew
itsue unlawful to let u
will not i.uiid [ line go out of .
it will•pir-1 plated theron sh'
will want to J bMn offlt.lal)y ln
j label required:
railTins . ::::°HAS
pencil flnfers Isn t bothering him much , T* t- "V
.is hr Ii ng since lanrnMd to write
his toes Can
EXTRACTS FROM THE ROME RE
Mi^s Chatvllle-Chatvllle atilrn
A PcrTv 'juiillce haa found a
imder which a man can he sent
for dsht anyhow he has bound a
over lo awali action by the gram
<>n charge thai he had purchaaet
chandise which was not paid for ;
Ing to promise.
Itn QuaUty " f
her Oste of Indirection ....
... Name of Merchnnt -,
I Tluae labdls Mt'ST HK MMVJ
I I'Al'KK y.ui • lit 1 \s i P. TilLM ON
,,,, KAHILY AND QL'ls'KLY.
"• | PRICKS
|ali ( T|ie state t'apit il Company liaf these
labels In .stock
ie tcasou's mn.-t popular debutantea, ha
eeldod to *o upon the Mnge. We an*
tiling to vouch for her stage presence.
Ilubeaa Curpns, our genial undertaker,
ishfs to announce lhal he has Just re-
Rived his spring stock of caskets, which
he will he pleased to -how those needing
The Angora gout Industry !>• invading
Wood* county where with aherp they
aro being used to orowae off th«- y« u Hi
unierhriish and < lean off the unoultlvut
ed land T J Reynolds, living near Anu.-
lias .■ dozen fuli •.hKalM Angoras, and
°f | his ii lghl>orf are follewtn® ault
Dt>n't dela> your order■< Send It to ua
' Ir.spe tor A ah ton li;.- issued an order
■topi r; i the it It: of ull unlabeled oil.
rants Minnssotu .ailed the "Bread and
hitter State Ne* Tork threatens to
witch from "Knickerbocker" to "Bu< l<
rhea! Cake iate." The Kanaas City
Itar nae* to suggeat "Alum State" for
Id Missouri. Oklahonin ought to be call-
he "Ply Paper State " bccause every
~"_w i ts stuck on It.
of the transcontinental railways l« to|
social legislation. The chairmen, Herr
ment as the case may be.
Ktegerwald, who U the president of tho
A member of the new Italian cabine , Association of Christian Trades I n-
bae committed suicide on the threat of j iona, said thai leoent e\cnts « 11
political opponents to expose his pas' had shown the inability of the party
Office holder* don't do thai way In this goda of social democracy to establla
country. They stand trial, secure ac-( their claims to divinity had rendere
re-election or appoint-1 it all the more necessary for non-social
democratic workmen lo combine.
. The woi Unu « !a. ->•«.- were constantly
President Rooee^•cdt in not proud. ,.om|n(|tt| „f their dutiea by the stale
Again he baa felt it necessary tu a#k nn(, tholr Ptnp|0yerH; if they wished to
favor of Senator Hanna and lie ha ] eMAt,itBii n oir rights they must aci
made no more effort to keep the mat-1 f()i. ,j,oninelvc8 as they could hope for
ter secret than he did when lie asked uoti,jnR lrom the aRltatlons or social
him to iel the Ohio convention five | dpraocrtoy The aubjects for discua-
hic ndmlniBtration aud futuro candl- j gl)jU w0l>v nrat, the German work-
rtacy an endorsement. j m|1I1.8 uf coalition; second, th(
"The W«hl *..,ri...<. (in.l.) .om-'lrsal liability or labor «^-l «o :
.rotins on "capitalistic and labor an.l third 1..- o.tabll l.mn.t ot ch.m-
wrooss" tlwlarps indignantly that "it Iicvk nt labor. H«solutlonn Wft. 1
„ old. familiar truth that Mwu ' d th.t .he „rP,u.l,a.to«
ri«Ri do not make one riKhi.' .Vol crs 1.- the only ® «• uhtain-
.11 -the wroni: and oniragc with which j supremely imperattve mean, or obtain
the earth I. fllleil. added InBethcr and | Inn an minnable r fiia
multiplied by myrlada would suffice tc
nnd will "stake" her with u valuable slice
of territory next to Panama If ahi
lend a hand lo the downtrodden VI
thing shall be arranned ao that ah.
> • able to strike to advantage On the one
j side of the IIih Germany, with her powc i
J fnl army supported by her shlpe off shore,
i nnd on the other aide Panama, with her
■ very smell force and no ships to apeak of
I at all. Then what will the poor Unltod
Elates do? And this Is ths notion thai the
Colombians have of the situation'
It ia to leugh. Clot many would not ac-
cept all Ibat remain# of Columbia on such
terms, or on any term* The Colombians
could not make a free gift of thenuelvea
and all that they possess lo any Kuropenn
power. In tho first place. Europe, quite
as much ns the t'nlted Slates, wants an
Isthmian canal, and would not back Col-
ombia as a blackmailer. ]n the necond
place, the Monroe doctrine was never In
u henlthler state of being than now. There
shall be no foreign cnlonlaatlon In Central
South American fllher by force of
European arm", or through th« connivance
>f the natives striking at Ihe United
States. The European governments all
nder stand the oaae, and the more power-
ful of them have suberrlbed to the Amorl-
No, Colombia can find n« ally In Europe
gainst thla country In a controversy
rhlch Is world-wide in Its Importance, but
vhlcli she seeks to looallae for her own
petty ends. Wo treated her with the hlgh-
ent consideration, and sought to meet her
wishes na expressed through her special
representative, whom she sent to this caj
ital to negotiate for u c
a convention and she th*
lot of chaffer*ra at Bogota, aeetng, as they
thought, an opportunity t<> utrlko il ri^
complained that we were not offering
enough money for the privileges sought.
,tnd raised the price. Very properly, w.-
refused to be bled. Then enme the se-
enaslon of Panama, and the opportunity
to do bualnsaa with a new state Inclined
to bo reasonable; and that opportunity
ahall doiibtle s Improve. There will be
an isthmian canal, Colombia nnd
transcontinental railroads to the country
Kittle Puellu, tho 5-year-old daughter
r f Mr. and Mrs. Octavlus Lopidus. swal-
lowed a doorkey yesterday, and la now
suffering with the lockjaw.
Emperor Nero has Just issued another
book of poems, entitled "Fiddle and
Torch." It Is believed that the few sur-
viving critics will speak highly of Ihe
Wanted—An aggressive two-handed
fighter to act as my bodyguard during the
Idrs of March. Stale salary ami ring
record Julius Caesar.
Calu* Moiarina. one of the most popu- |
lar dentist* In Home, has presented ye j
..lit.>i with a gat of falae teeth. Mr. Mo-
■arm.'. ra.ny frlrnd. -Ill b. pl.a,Ml to T,„ KlKln r„„ „ ,„,„uli
learn of the good Judgment that lie dls- Uunerstltlon with th« following chapti
played In giving these teeth to us. Instead | from real life
Orant county farn
■ ••.Ml 1 'n-.-k . >«.. in the fn> ■ wir «... ! ^
mc n old yellow axle gre/iw as a remed; - —•
for toe* which are bothered and deatrm .
ed by rabbtls. He says he lias .med nls
method .for twenty rears with the hen.
reault Borers let trees strictly alon«
thai are adorned with this grease, and It
seems also to old the trees In other ways
New Passenger Service
lo and From
Sunday, October 25, 1903
■ nai i hey siw a *nai
r.g full fro n the cloi
" Be vera 1 men standln.T near the First
Nat Ions I Bank cornel during the
rain claimed !hat '
wrtggle I . . .,
Kngli If they oontlrue their -'xperi
in.-nls with fi.se! oil th .\ probably wll
e snaken eighteen f "l long wrfggl
Into theU' boot.s pretty soon "
Regular Passenger Trains
will run as follows
Arrive Kanaas City
Arrive St. Louis
Leave St. Loui.^
Leave Kansas City
5:30 p. m. daily.
7:30 p. m. dally.
7:30 a. m. daily.
11:30 a. m. daily.
2:30 p. m. dally.
.....7:15 p. m. dally.
6:05 a. m. daily.
8:05 a. m, daily.
of to our morning contemporary.
Emperor Nero gave an Informal poker
party at ihe palace last evening. Nero
stood pat on a pall of sevens and was
called by X. Officio, formerly on tbe com-
mon council, who wan promptly thrown to
the lions Otherwise the function was n
delightful success Hlf majesty quit big
The perplexing problem as to Ann's age.
recently brought from Europe by Marc
Antony, has been solved by Prof. g. Brat
Oemonstrandom. Instructor In mathemat-
ics at the Imperial Business college The
answer, according to Prof. Oemonstran-
dom. is 18.
Clarence Bonus. V. M. C. Albus, and
Lygia Pleta. the three prominent lip-
worth I-^aguera who were entertained by
Ihe lions In the arena last evening, are
still In their midst.
Sunday as he walked down the
street. 's*«c a pin. pick t up; all day
you'll have good luck." Bending down
to «#-t It his list blew off hN eyeglasses
fell off and broke hb mspenders gave
way behind, he burst ;t button off his
trouper* and tors the collu- button hole
on the back of his shirt."
I The following chtcfcen story Is tol-l
| b\ m Edmond man 'Ltst winter h
| had 11 chickens, < .insisting of six leghorn
and Ave Plymouth rocks Nine of them
i ere hens md urmg . - pa.n season they
tave ralse.1 . hlckena. aid these sum.'
i hens laved all tne eggs from which
hese chickens were raised with the ex
eptlon of two .settings of 'ft ea*h.
anda In ilranl ■
been sown How ma
a'heat ran be profltabl
land without change o
raised without fertilising,'
Medford Patriot." and th.
not been plowed
That is our specialty, uo matter wha.
you buy of us you may rely on getting . *
good goods all tho time.
We are local ageuta for
CUESTA REY £ OO'S.
Chancellor and Corona cigars.
F. R. RICE & CO.
Mercantile and Agent cigars.
unty upon | And tho following standard brands of
* —- —*1 five cent cigars.
Through sleeper and dining car service between Chandler and St.
Ixnils and Kansas City. Nev/ modern equipment. Free reclining chair
cars. All electric lighted, *team heat, etc.
The announcement of straight passenger service from Guthrie marks a
new epoch in the development of this beautiful and prosperous city
and her surrounding territory.
We respectfully solicit a liberal sh are of your paronage and offer you
fl.rst class service and courteous t reatment.
Pass. Traf. Man.
St. I^ouis, Mo.
Gen. Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
C. W. STRAIN.
Dlv. Pass. Agt.
> seed has
more crops of
relied upon this
erfed If. *
make the tiniest right, the smallest
• tom of justice."
• Mr. Hanna's re-election to the sen-
ate." remarks the Springfield Repub-
lican, "is now assured with all the em-
phasis anybody could desire. Yet one
lalis to notice in the stock and other
markets that recovery which was to j „ympathiz.
follow. Indeed, the stock mark t has
been having a very bad lime of it and
the iron and steel industry sinks into
a lower stale of demoralization. The
Ohio senator must see that explana-
tions from him are in order. He was
telling the Ohio voters Just before the
election that the reaction in busiues-s
was due to an apprehension over the
country that the Hanna party mlgh:
conditions of wages and labor upon a
basis of free contract." In this con-
viction the congress invites all unor-
ganized German workmen io join
those industrial organisations which
do not encourage cmnity between the
classes. The importance of the con-
gress is thought to consist in the
proof H affords that so many workmen
The commerce of Panama amounts
to about three million dollars per an-
num, its population to about 300 thous-
and. and Its area to 31,571 square milei.
or nearly equal to that of the state of
Indiana. These figures aro supplied
by the department of commerce and
labor through its bureau of statis-j^1
tics, and are the latest available dau "^,
on commerce, population and area of i ^rengih it muy i>* > f value to
the country. Those of commerce arc'weep this judgment In mind Of cours.
t fniinH st«te< the Journal mentioned holds probably
iron th* report* of the United SUlWo j £ontK>[„ vl„. n,d m„ny
consuls at Panama and Colon, wnlcn|other European papers that the t*nite<i
fcara Just been resleved, and ntw ye' Htat** is *«..ie to Ku«*ta on acrn. «•
with the objects. If not
with the methods of the Radicals and
NEED FOR A LARGE NAVY.
Ht. Louie Globe-Democrat,
Event* In the
New York Tribune.
Ih nothing easier than fault find- I
e.1 thf i*teh of
In thai Hly r
Dad Durhyte of Garber hp Is i*hown by t
he H*ntiner* expoeltlon o' his ctgperl ,
floriculture "lie grafted ,-omi' [ «
A pigmy may rail analn.it omnlpn
tence. II le a different thing to preeerlhc
tlefhctory alternative lo the thing
Amned. The American government Ih
bring abused for It* conduct In Panama,
we have not heard any nf it* d --
-ctsi telling what eUe It could have
lhal would have pleaded them better.
A POET'S EPITAPH
est Ihou think upo
^ lawyer art ihou?—draw not i
Go. carry to ,,omc filler n|s c
riu- koennr'.Hs of that praciined
The hanlnetis of that sallow I
eed* In th
red cut i
THE SOUTH AND DEMOCRACY.
The tone and action of the democratic
nutlonul convention will be so largely d« -
t-rmlned by th<- wishes of the southern J
states thai a hint of southern sentiment
In IntereHtlng just now. when all sorts'of
•onjectun* i< afloat ns to the line-up j
In the great national football game of I
Ion. the |
i. South ■
We tmd th.
moat influential newnpa
except the Louisville
pooh-boohing the Idea
encv of the white race
mount Issues In the 11
The Constitution says the question was
settled long ;igo The South, constitu-
tionally or not. has -ettled It In nearl^
©very southern state by disfranchising
Ihe i ,r„. j
paat twelve montha havi
lively re-enforced all j*revlous con-
sideration in demanding « steady and in-
telligent increase In Ihe country s nava
Ht length. One of these eventSWan the
Vencsuelan wrangle, in which Germany,
England ..nd other European nations
were arrayed against Castro s country.
Another Is tho Panama nffalr. The
Panama Incident, so far as it .-an have
any International consequences. Is prac-
tically > losed already, but one of the lae-
aoiu< which it teaches us Is the necessity
of pushing naval expansion with the ut-
A week or two ago one of the prom
'nent St. Petersburg paper* declared that
es could not be consld-
force in Aslatle |H>litlcs
ery largely IncreHsed Its naval
impose the constltul
ally as to make the negro a le.<
when there aro so insny vital
"If we could write tbe platform." says j
the Constitution, "we would make It.*
where a > the famous < reed that Jefferson !
inserted in his flrst presidential address '
In U ;re found the axiomatic dem.. I
cratlc principles which apply us porti- |
nently to the problems of this day a« to
thaee of his day. In times like there,
when the party in power Is lawlessly ar-
rogant and using th> federal powers with
reckless deflanea of ihe (Constitution Ihere
can be found no better chart than .leffer-
aon'a for tho great opposing democracy.
The cry uf every enemy of republicanism
should be "stick to JefTersonlsm
The Montgomery Advertiser does not
believe the southern states should at-
tempt lo dictate either candidate or plat-
form. A democratic president cannot be
elected without the \otes of the southern
sat las. lo be sure, but it Is equally true
that those state cannot elect a < andldale
All that is necessar> thai the South may
exert the Influence It should In the coun-
cils of lis party Is that It divorce Itself
from the theories that have brought two
defaat> and show Itself ready to return
to true democracy.
m.m of purph ■ heer
a toey man right plump to
Approach; yet. doctor, not too near.
This xravf no cushion Is tur thee.
Or art thou one of gallsut pride.
A soldier, and no nncn of chaff
Welcome' but lay thy sword asi«i.-
And lean upon a peasant's stuff
Physician art thou'.' One. all eves
Philosopher' A flng-ring slave
i iiie that would peep and i.otanlse
l'pon his mother'" grave?
Wrapt closely in thy sensual fleece,
n> of whose smooth-rubbed soul
Nor fi rm, nor feeling, great nor
A reasoning, self-sufficient thing.
An Intellectual all In all'
Shut rinse the door, press down
Bleep in thy Intellectual crust;
Nm lose ten tickings of th\ watch
Near this unprollTahle dual.
But aho Is he with modest looks.
And clad In homely russet brown'.'
H< murmurs near the running
He Is retired «s noontide dew.
or fountain in a noonday grove;
And vou must love him arr to v.-
lie will seem worthy of your lov
The outward show? or sky an
Of hill and valley, he ha viewec
And impulse of deeper b'rtb
come tn him in solitude.
sprinkled with rose water until they all
cam« out In bloom, and tie goat ?-eed
that ^melle.1 o strongly lie loetr.red with
cologne until they rivaled re sr geraniums
"«gi.n.e in consideration of h •
worth tho citv dads have tendered
the freed cm of the dlv during the
< of daylight."'
The Newk'.rk Republican
lung ladr te eh>
ho having an Inordl
igi >us diseases, sent
earse sh<- said her n
told of a
-n it Tonkawa,
te dread of con-
little girl home-
her was sick and
OLSMITH ARMS CO
Daily State Capital 15c a Week
- ' in X..
NORTH PACIFIC COAST '
little g'rl presente l |
and" hw' imie Low Colonist Rates in effect daily
•*trtne and "«ld. 'We'se got m iTttl" j
t our house, but manma told me I
you that it lan'i catching Th
blushed slightly, said she w.i
id told the pupil to tn^te her seat. ' !
to the majority of Caiiro'nia polntg—
proportionately low to 1'ortlaud, Spo-
kane. Seattle, Tacoma and other points
in the Northwest.
In case you contemplate a trip any |
j where, do not fail to call on nearest
j Frisco Ticket Agent and have him
| furnish you full information, or ad-
unknown man In the employjjf thy j dres:-,
INDIAI4 lERWITORY ITEMS.
ently kllleh in
The ,-itv council of Muskogee has fixed
the tux levy for the yeat at fifteen mills
which will bring $60,ooo.
Ve*y Low Rates in Effect
Daily Until November 30
Muskogee Southern railway near Russell
was killed Tuesday by ic heavy tlmb.
fulling upon him
rid fracturing his akull. ,
Kl la belle, ha hie
raised on con
siji". obser\cs the Okemah Journal.
Klrby Purdom. missing prrsident ->f th
dofun* t Tishomingo bank inM>- show up | th!'
next weok. He is booked «■> addresa tb sei
bankers .Moclallon In Outhrif. I coir
shington that j E.
C. W. STRAIN,
Dlv. Pass. Agent,
. O. & G. R
MANY R0ITCS IROM WHICH
TO MAKE CHOICE
Full Information on request
t!! d Hal !
Daily State Capital 15c a Week
• <; Smith, a rhea taw brakami
Chleknsh.i died Tuesda> fr-
of medlelne taken t>
Chickasha is to h«v «
The cltUens have raised money to pui
chase .t site, which will be presented to
the Wagoner Cotton Oil snd Otn ••om
nd the - ompany will immediately
eg III the
j Tin- cinplc.yei
ice H Doualas. second
Terrliory Volunteer Quan
its of the Phoentx Kmplo;
TTi < ommon things that round us lie
Som* random truths he can im-
The harvest of a quiet eye
That broods and sleeps on his
But he in we,.k, both re <n ... ho*
Hath been an Idler In the land:
Contented if he might enjoy
The things which others under-
strength , A
Corns wsik Ii a breaking ^
Here stretch tliy bod) at full ♦
Or build thy hotisi upon Ihis ♦
Willi.tm V dworth S
| Several parties at different points in tin
terrilon- h^ve been arrested within th<
i pn.-t few dava for Rundav hunting. The
flocks of ducks -topping on the ponds
on their anruwl migvMtlon to Uv sunny
south provs too grcut a tamptalon to
4 , tb' sportsme'
A The Ardmoreil* fUbildlM the following
a I conoernlsg it honu town "Aramors ls
^ sixteen >«ar* >M The town has nevei
a. I 'iad a beam, hut from the the Santa
Z I Ke lallroad run nasi th. . Id 7->u ...m b I;
4 hM inti iui •! wftl a I ad gi -w th ui til
Z ickIh- we can easily number 11,000 peopls
Z ii. uv . n . i- thi ■ e anj thing to pre*eni
Z I Ardmore with starl 11 baa in doubling
A bis population within the -xt three
School Supplies ol all Rinds. Everything
iiml injuring for Teacher or Children
>f 26.000 people
Ihere soon, all efforts of pull-hacks to the
contrary We bs-e i oom f< r factories of
oevry description and the country abounds
with the produce fot their maintenance ;
Name anj thing c—•— '■
I Mai2 Orders Promptly P Sled *
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