The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 213, Ed. 1 Friday, January 1, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF
JU VOIR UKH Hiri,
THt CHOICEST of winter fabrics near the half price
mark. The approach of Christmas should make this
event doubly interesting, as a handsome suit, or overcoat, a
fine pair of shoes, like Edwin Capo, for men, or a &>rosis
for ladies, or a fine hat would make a very acceptable gut.
We know thai a declaration of perfection raises high expect*
lions, but our stock is ready to mret them. We are ready
and do make prices for one-third less than other houses can
make them, for we own our own stock at « Cents on the Sl.uu
Men's $20 00 Suits (or . . .
Men's 16 00 Suits for . . .
Men's i2 00 Suits for . . .
Men's 9 00 Suits for . . .
Men's $20 00 Overcoats for .
Men's 13 50 Overcoats for .
Men's 10 00 Overcoats for .
Boys' 5 00 Suits for . . .
Boys' 4 00 Suits fof . . .
Oklahoma Has Been Alloted
PROF. GOULD'S LABOR
In the Interest of Good Exhibit
Rewarded by Having Set Aside
Thousands Have Kdiney Trouble and Never:
To Prove What the Great Kidney Remedy. Swamp Root,
Will Do for You, Every Reader of State Capital May
Have a. Sample Bottle Sent Absolutely Free
It used to be considered that only urinary
and bladder troubles we re to be traced to tne.
kidneys, but now mode ni science proves that
nearly all diseases have their beginning in
the disorder of these most important organs.
The kidneys filter a nd purify the .blood
hat is their work. '
Therefore when your kidneys are weak, or
out of order, you can u nderstand how quickly
your entire body is affected, and how every or-
gan seems to fail t o do its duty.
If you are sick or t eel badly begin taking
the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, because as soon as your kidneys awell
they will nelp all the other organs to health.
A trial will convince any
Is Now the Absorbing Topic
SAYS DENNIS T. KLYNN
50 Dozen Men's Negligee Shirts
50c and. 75c values. Your choice for
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Norman, Okla., Dec. 31.—Chas. N.
Gould of the University of Oklahoma Is ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
In St. Louis this week looking after , vvag a constant sufferer for a number of yeara
the Oklahoma mineral exhibit at the weakness ^ot ®ated'blft after using Dr.
World's Fair. The matter of .he as- eru.£.V«
slgnrnent of space for the exhibit has any wh0 may gufter from these common com-
been hanging lire tor some time and ptilnt.. M"t police.
-*-« «-- «• « . columbua Oa.
Weak and unhealthy kidneys are reauonsi-
Our Shoes Are Ri^ht and
Our Prices Are Right.
The Famous Bankrupt Stock.
THE LION STORE
114 West Oklahoma Avenue;
We take great pleasure in wishing our Friends and Patrons a
Happy New Year
with continued pros-perlty.
In this connection we desire to inform our friend. 'h£
iuf' exclu^ive° Wal'l I&Paper an,? SSM 'X'S&tS *
painting, papering and decorating.
We will lease the east side of this room and the front part <
basement to a suitable business.
We have purchased and will open for your Inspection the finest line
of Wall Paper Decorations, Room Mouldings, Etc., that has ever
been shown in Oklahoma.
This line will consist of goods from the high grade manufacturers,
M. H. Birgo & Sons, Fr. Bcck & Co., and Rob t. Graves & Co., for
which we are exclusive selling agents.
In this undertaking we shall strive to make more beautiful th*
homes of Guthrie citizens and bespeak your active support.
ueeu uaiifciuh - —
ue principal object in visiting the city
was to complete the arrangement so
that the Oklahoma commission would
know definitely Just what to expect.
Prof. Gould writes that he now has
the matter straightened out to his en-
tire satisfaction. Ills letter is in part
"We have one of the most desirable
skes In the mines and metallic bulld-
iffg. If I had had the entire choosing
of the location I do not know that I |
could have done better. The amount
of space at our disposal is 38x26 feet,
or practically 1,000 square feet. That
la nearly twice as much as is given
to any other territory and more than
many states have, Iowa, Nebraska.
North Dakota. Louisiana and other
states, for Instance, having much less
space than we have.
"T'le location of the Oklahoma ex-
hibit will be between Indian Terri-
tory and Kansas, fronting on one of
the -ialn aisles of the mines build.
Ing. In talking with Director Holmes
he endorsed our plan for making a
good exhibit of gypsum. Said that
Kansas, was the only other state that
would show gypsum. Well, I happen
to know that could lose all the gyp-
sum In the state ot Kansas among one
of our gyp« im ledges, so that It would
take a chait and compass to find it.
"I'm coming back and roll up my
sleeves and pitch In. Oklahoma must
be In It when It comes to a mineral
exhibit We already have a reputa-
tion up hen* because of the fact that
our Oklahoma building was the first
one to be completed. It's *a beauty,
too, and about the most conveniently
located of any on the grounds. None
of the other state buildngs are done;
many of them not even started. The
space for th* Colorado building, for
instance, has never been touched.
The fair is to be a tremendously big
thing. A dozen or more buildings,
each as large as half a dozen city
blocks, besides hundreds of smaller
buildings. The best thing about it is
that Oklahoma will be ihere and the
rest of the world will know that she's
Prof. Gould Is also attending the
meetings of the American Association
for the Advancement of Science and
of the Geological Society of America,
being the only Oklahoma representa-
tive present at either of these asso-
ciations. He expects to return Satur-
DR. KILMER * CO.
Id by a!l UruKKi
Sure That Present Congress Will
Give the' Teriitory Attention.
L6ng Past Due-President
Special Dispatch to tho fli
Oklahoma City, Dec. 31
X T. Fly
ble for many kinds of diseases, and If permit-
ted to continue much su Bering with • fatal re-
suits are sure to follow. Kidney trouble irri-
tates the nerves, makes you dizzy, restless,
sleepless and Irritable. Makes you pass water
often during the day and obliges you to get
up many times during the night. I nheal-
thy kidneys cause rheu matlsm. gravel, catarrh
of the bladder, pain o r dull ache in the back
Joints or muscles; ma kes your head ache and
back ache? causes Indigestion, stomach and
liver trouble, you get a sallow, yelow complex-
ion. makes you feel as though you had heart
trouble; you may hav e plenty of ambition but
no strength; get weak and waste atfwy.
The cure tor these troubles Is Dr. Kilmers
Swamp-Root, the world-famous kidney remedy.
In taking Swamp-Roo t you * afford natural
help to Nature, for Swamp-Root Is the most (Swamp-Root la plasant
perfect healer and gentl e aid to the kidneys I
that Is known to medi cal science. ou are already convinc-
If there is any doubt in -your mind as to Swamp-Root Is what
your condition take from your urine on ris- ' nnrchase
ing about four ounces, place it In a glass or you need, you tan purtnase
bottle and let it stan d twenty-four hours. If the rPgUiar fifty-cent and one-
"on examination it is m lllo or cloudy, or if (j0jlar Bjze bottles at the drug
there is a brick-dust settling, or if stores everywhere. Don't
t!el«s are floating about in it. your kidneys , Mores y
are In need of immedla te attention. | make any mistake, uui
warnp-Root is pleasant t( take and is used member the name. Swamp-
In the leading-hospital s. recommended by the ! Root Dr Kilmer's Swamp-
physicians in their prl vate practice, and is ta- . a,i(iress, Blng-
l;en l>v doctors.themselves who have kidney on everv hot
ailments, because ,they recognl* In It .he hampton, N. Y-. on every
greatest and most successful remedy for the He,
kidney, liver and bladd er troubles.
EDITORIAL NOTE:—You may hav c a sample bottle of this """''"'"J
remedy Swamp-Root, sent absolutely f roe by mall also a book ",'J
about swamp-Knot, and containing m my of the thousands upon hot an
of testimonial letters received from me n and women who, owe their good
health, In fact their very lives, to th e great cur. ive prwert es or Swamp
Root. In writing to Dr. Kilmer ft C o HlncJ.amtoo, N-Tj. sure to say
you read this generous offer in the G uthrie Daily State Cap! al.
longer in offl<
■ted as over in every
tlit* welfare or Oklahoma,
hood la now th«> abaotitlng topi
Dklahoniann. th«- State Capital
• -ort'd to secure '**
Ion us to what
uthiiiKton. and In thin
ynn Hiild that he dod not-inu
iv doubt but what this con
vp Oklahoma nome kin.I <>
n that he pr-xinm-d I '.
,• «.f the «*ii
U|,i b«- .A. re competeht to
et idea ua to the final out©
The Kind You Have Always Hoiifflit, and wlilch linn l c«n
in tint* for over 30 years, lias borne the Hisniatnre of
. * - untl lias been made under liis peN
/V' fional supervision slneo Its infancy.
T-ebccJuM Allow no ono to deceive you in t liis.
All CounUTl'.-ltH, Imitation* nii«l "Just-as-K<K><l" urp lint
ExpprimontH tlnit trlllo wltli mid rudaiiRor thn lirmltli of
lula,us aud Cliildien-E*perIciico EiporiiuouU
What is CASTORIA
Castoria a harmless sulistltnto lor Castor Oil, I*nre-
corli-, Oropr, and Hoothlntr Myrupn. It Ih PlCMant. It
contains ni-lth. r Opium, IWorphlno lior otlier Nar.otlo'
Kubntame. Its ago 1* its guarantee. It destroys Woinn
nnd allays IVv. rlslim ss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It'ri-IU'VCH Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stoinaeh and Bowels, giving Healthy aud natural sleep.
Tile Children's I'uuueca—Tho Mother's l riund.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
„ we gett sUMhood and keep our ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*
money at home and give the boys who ^
Improved the land east of range
change to own their leases.
Washington, Dec. 31—The follow-
ing postmasters were appointed
In Use For Over 30 Years.
klahomn. In his Judgm
. ..lrulatl""-a aUteh
School Land Question
Ha' it Cured
in Three Days
I lifht t
I a 1 hill
>1 byid p. --
suit that the l>*op
VxpreHH their vl.-ws,
...v. ... /ery forcibly to him
own bill wan pendln*. Thla w
which he eonccded th-y had.
alwavM Invited MURgeHtlona from
the peoplf In order that the bill
perfected as nearly in
entiment aa possible.
Given Wrong Impression.
When asked about the reception aceo
..d hlm«elf and Mr. Orlmea by he lire
lent. Ml Flynn smiled, and aald h«^
ni't desire to discuss that, but that
those who had seen lit to convey the
i-i, s.-ton that Mr. Or Imo* was not tr.
friendly by the president, were ovet
d.d the frlenddly treatment that
orded him when there, they can
ud "1 don't think the presldet
(1 rimes either need lose any sleep
Dr. J. J. McKANNA,
f ILansM City. M.u WM'
President Is Wise.
"It is not necesaarv for any one to Im-
press upon the president the loyalty of
people of Oklahoma t< him and his
administration. Neither is It n''i^Hury
to tell him the loyalty displayed b> the
people to the territorial officials, fi
Governor Ferguson down, lie Knows .i
much about Oklahoma aftalra as any-
body down h$re."
Work for Statehood.
Mr Flynn sold that he expected to re-
turn ta Wa titnston with Iho tntrt,oo.l
delpgitlon, . rl> In Januory na ci"
ISSiSf imo ia'w"™ the .tatehood 1.111
that was endorsed by the laaf republl-
, in ti 11 itorial ( (invention.
SUIT FOR $20,000 FILED.
Coweta—Adolphus D. Orcutt.
Respectfully Your Friends,
F. B. LILLE & Co.
Professor Gould Is Preparing a Report on
Oklahoma Rainfall.—Has Received
Numerous Letters on the
..Norman. Okla.. Dec. 31.—The past weok
Mr. N. H. Rarten of the United States
geological survey was at the Oklahoma
University. Mr. Darten Is here from
Washington consulting Prof. Gould
WHO IS BAIN?
Lawton. Okla., I)ee. 31, 190:?.
To the State Capital: The statement
of the government geologist, J. F.
Bain, that "The Wichita Mountain re.
gion has no present or prospective
value ax ti mineral producer," cuts
very little figure in this neck of the
Some weeks ago Hon. Jas. D. Ma- I WANT RESTRICTIONS REMOVED.
Guiro, receiver of the Lawton land I
office, and also a member of the board
of trustees of the state university at
Norman, took a trip into the moun-
tains in company with his wife. They
lunched near a shaft that was sev-
enty feet deep. The judge went down,
+ Clyde—Zacharlas G. Patterson. +
* Weston—George T. Jessup. ^
Residents of Indian Territory Will
Send Delegation to Washington to
Assist Congressman Little.
Having Been. Atquitted
on Charge of Con
Special Dispatch t
rook 11hI;iv filed a suit In the Uistru-
court against T. J. I lend r Ickson.R. Ti
Ka.«h-V. Clifford Bradley. J. II. Palmer. It
M. McCllntoek and 1 ..e^nlleile
Uges tn the mm of $20.0«0. He alleg<
that thev conspired together and had hir
SreatJd and commuted to Jail on th
charge of conducting a gumbling hom
.—.—----- — ' ■ — - - ' gathered samples from different parts
cernlng. the coming report on the "water gatnereu f/1 ,,r.lf n(,nnr
resources of Oklahoma" which Mr. Gould of the lead, took them to I rof. IX liar
iu T r norinar I university and requested an as-
204W Harlson Avenue, and
1 1 9 S FlretStreet.
riio\K \o 7
The Choicest Chocolates and Candles.
VIENNA BAKERY .
OTTO SCHULTZ, Prop.
Tlie Leading Confcctionorj' Store in
^.< LADIES' LUNCH ROOM. J J
We Buy for Cash and Give You the Benefit.
Special Pr Ices on Confections for School and Chnrch Knt.rtalamenU
For more than a year Prof. Gould has
been gathering data for this report. Stu-
dents of the university have assisted In
this work In ascertaining facts concern- |
ing rainfall, wells-, springs and reservoirs j
in different parts of the territory.
Several thouand letters are on file in
Prof. Gould's office at Norman, answers
to inquiries concerning certain water re-
sources in parts of the territory.
WOULD SELL THE LANDS.
Lawton, Okla., Dec. 30. 1903.
Editor State Capital: I see the ques-
tion of selling s.chool lands is being
discussed. 1 have resided -in Oklahoma
ten years; I owned a lease In Grant
county during the time Mr. Cleveland
was giving us his object lesson and can
therefore speak from experience.
I am In favor of giving the people
who have Improved school land .every
possible advantage to own the land in
fee simple at as early date as ])OMil
Mr. Maguire had no interest l'n .the
•result except for informpation. He
askped as a favor that the profpessor
takpe his time and do the -work him-
self not depending upopn others for
any' part of it. The owner ot the
shaft from which the sampler 'were
taken told Mr. Maguire that Mr. Bain
had been there and.seemed .to think
It a tin or platinum proposition. •
Prof. DeBar found no platinum, but
he did find that the sample run $4.00
per ton of gold and -six ounces of sil-
ver. That meant over $7.00 per ton.
It would be useless to say anything
about the integrity and high, standing
| oi* these men In Oklahoma. .But whib
in the*blazes is this man Bain0
ii result, belle
the above na
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma. GMty. Dec. 31.—Hon. B. S
mpie hi. cany uaic <*« in/ae,- . \fcGulre, delegate to congress, was a
They paid for years about the guest at the Hotel Lee today and de-
same taxes that homesteaders paid. parted this evening for Washington,
The homesteader was gi^n his land ! ^ q "During the day he received
free. Thanks to Dennis Flynn and a I numerous callers who had business
pertainging to territorial "and lpcal af-
Muskogee. I. T.. Dec. 31.—The cham-
ber of commence has adopted a resolu-
tion favoring the "removal of restric-
tions on the sale of lands, except
homestead, in the Creek Nation, rlnl
piedgea iiseif lo exert all honorabje
means to accomplishment of this end."
The president in the^ resolution was
empowered to appoint*a committee of
five who are to have full authority to
secure and to advance legislation rela-
tive to tho removal of restrictions.
Messrs. Haskell, Ayers, Owens, Baker
and McKellop were appointed.
The delegates who will go to Wash-
ington in 'he interests of the Little
bill will be selected by vote. Each
town will be allowed as many bal-
lots as it has subscribed dollars^
HUMAN BODY FOUND. # *
Dogs Drags P*art of the Remains to Horn*
of His Waiter and Leads ttf
Ada, L T., Dec. 31 Yesterday morning
W I. Davis-, who lives .ibout two milps
t-"it h west fiimi.Cent'i t« U| h"ii'>1 to I • p -
F,d Brents at this pl.u tliat one of
dogs had brought a port o fa human
body into his y«rd on the night before. Mr.
Brents immediately went to the scene of
ghastly And and found about one-half
• Trlth the ribs and;hip and p<*I-
Taken to Penitentiary.
eclal Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City. Dec. 31. Sheriff <VJa''';
last night took Cleorge Burton. muruor
. - Harmon, rape, and sevente« n own r
prisoners to the pen at Lansing. Kun.
Burton and Ha
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For Thirty Years.
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Daily State Capital 15c a Week
magnanimous congress, the men who
.hold leases paid in addition to per-
sonal tax. from about 30 cents to $1.00 i outlook tor in~ - .
per quarter for the privilege of mak- oklahoma was never brighter
ing this country worth livlhg in; "at |
least they did their full share in build-
ing school houses, roads and rhfurches"
and patronized all in no small degree.
Now to say that the officials who may
be authorized to loan this money
might make bad loans and thereby in-
jure the rights of the school children,
is climbing a hill before we.get to it. I territory will extend over ae t w<>
1 believe the legislature ought to be ' ritories, north Texas and points
authorized to make the law soon as New Mexico.
we are acknowledged as a state; they WAK1 vAyiwwt p-a TROUBLES
coming direct from the people can be MAYOR VAN WINKLES ROU
trusted ,o do the right ,hinB .nd j Special ?1
there is no question hut -thai it that Oklahoma City. Ilee 31. MemDers
money can be loaned to ou, people | of the city council have PeUtioned
it can be had for less rate of interest , Mayor Van Winkle to call a
than we now pay eastern capitalists, for the Purposelof inveiat kiat hb
and local aeiSts' commissions, and .imil.r ,o V-'.-.nUon to in-
Kood security secured for the loan. '"V de sornt of the-
i^t the school lands be sold as soon f prth.ndinii Totterm.n. ? '
pfalrs. Mr. McQulre slated that the
outlook for the republican party in
* .homa was never brighter than
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City, Per. 31—W. C.
Knowles has been appointed, dmtrirt
pawenger agent of the Katy system
with headquarters in this city. His
territory will extend over the two ter-
of the back. r.....
fls of an adult human b. ..
jviis froaen and Mr. Brent
oould not track the do* t«. •
brought from. But In
dy. The groi
th house h. found a °i
blob had been* broken
.artrldge box that had
and handle of a revolver. u u u uiu«-
i.lrt. hlfc 16 ->r 17 The body ap-
dead about two or
d that h.
erf tU- body
i. an empty
..... ./ho lives In that neighbor-
ly >.|. sav.i that abfitit thr<- weeks iigo ho
;,w two m-n HtHrullmj where#thf.^*art|-
wi r' foiiv,| aril •: • ''1 that .^.v
were 1 -Iklnp but <-oubl iv" t b- .«r wt it w.Ts
sfild. The two had one horse Later In ,
the night he board th- report of pl t« l j
In that dlr^-tlon bin vmi.I no fnrtheT-
ttentlon to tho matter.untll th- discovery
if the ltody on yeatenlny morning.
SHAWNEE TO IMPROVE.
To Pave with Vitrlfled Brick—Bonds fox
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Shawnee. Okla . Dec. 31 The city coun-
cil. burt night let the contract for atfeet
paving. vltHtlwi brick being the material
nneelfled. The olty's bond Ixpue of $125.-
ono for waterworka extension was sold
laut night to Chicago parties at a premium
— • * ' — ' ' * —- cent.
Thrrr U .rthmt ■ ^ r "'
chrun.c hcd.the a. Dr. Mile.' Notice.
r- toers the dMw^ered nerrt* to tkew or-
mai eoiidilion aad trauuhM lieaaacne U>ra\ er.
"Mr trouble was beaigche. chronic so as
to be coadauii. I had bee« in this
Conditio* e er alnce I couid
lion, w&cn tnr au*m .^-1
itotnach uld often become affoctei aad l
would grow dir.iy ax4 «a«t and often had
to qait my work andhe do™- /,t k*ij ,
tionary enj;in««r and * «md t bard to bold a
place with such a heavy handicap. About
six years ago 1 bejan taking Vt. Miles Re - .
storative Nervine and stoce that time I have
used ia all, fourteen botiies. I ir namber of
bottles uien was not really required a* 1 -
think the cure compktelr etfectcd after ^
taking the second bo«tle. Having scarcely «
v*n the tuue >" ihtaty years I was «
headachft, I cwuld not behevt the I #
neat core to be m-<le so soon, «o 1 fonttnued |
its use until 1 ther^hly couvioced. bix ♦
persons to whom 1 have retonunen^ed the
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<V.e and lyt K • U>« •e.crily o the *
trouble cuted-1*—fcuilA* W. WiLbKN, Alcult,
Ml dnfkgists sell and guaiajitee flirt bot «
tie I)r. Miles' Remedies. *eud for fret: bool j
on Nervwtis an.i Heart Diseases. Address
Dr. Mile* Modical Co, Elkhart, Ipd.
Address, Mail Order Department,
the STATE CAPITAL CO.
; GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA.
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