The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, May 6, 1904 Page: 4 of 6
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITA!., FRIDAY MOBXIXG, MAY fi, 1!W4.
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that we buy and
other stares in Guthrie combined.
Are ihe $!2.50and $13.50 suits elsewhere
Our $10.00 Suits 1
ARE GOOD SUITS
You say, how good? Well, they
aro the best $10 suits we ever sold
-that means a great deal for
them. They are cut by artistic
cutters, made by skilled tailors
and we see that you have a perfect
fit before we take your money.
The mere mention of the fact
that we have splendid suits for
$10.00 does "not properly convoy
the value of these suits—You
mu*st see them; you will then
appreciate what the low price
marked on eafoli suit in plain
The secret of our low prices is
sell more men's suits than all
Improved Conditions Exist
All Over Oklahoma
! RAINS DO THE WORK
R. H. Hahn Tells of Good Crop
Conditions in Northern Okla-
R. If. Hahn, cattle Inspector for the live
utock Hanltarv bonni returned yeHterday
A TRUE FLESH-
IUTB TO NATURAL. CONDITIONS.
M. Ii. Turner, the Oklahoma City bank-
who was In the city yesterday. Is
with the conditions now ex-
10 territory. ^For the c>^anfte
tlvf-s the general rains murh credit, but
looks upon the improved financial condl-
•Ing due simj>l>' to rentoratlon
Hurry as due to unnatural con-
ditions whlrh do not now exist and which
existed only for a Hhort time.
You'll wondor how we
can sell them for $10.00
Chas. Woods returned to the city last
Ed M. Gels of Salina, Kun., spent ye
J. H. English,
hip, spent yest
Superintendent Tlce of the Ranta Fc
^Mr. Goff left last^nlght^ for Iowa, called
Jurtlti !t. J. I.uwe Irft y.terd.y more-
|ng for (Purcell on business.
E. E. Coman n
rlaitor in the clt:
C. W. Cook, Jr.. arrived In the city yes-
terday from Arkansas City.
Dr. Sharp relumed to the city yester-
Hay morning from Ponca City.
When Your Heart
Falls to Pump Your
Wave you heart
Tou have. If you find It hard to breathe
■•fter walking up stairs, exercising, etc.
If you £yve pain la your left aide, in
'chest, lack or shoulder. If you suffer
from cold extremities, pule faco, blue
tips. dry cough, swollen ankles.
If you have fainting spells, breast
pang, palpitation, redness of the face,
discomfort In sleeping; on one side.
The only scientific treatment for this
whole train of troubles Is Dr. Miles'
WW Heart Cure.
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Is the
prescription of a famous specialist.
jWhose great success In treating obsti-
nate nervous heart disease has made his
name pre-eminent. In the medical and
JThe medicine will ours you. We know
It We want you to prove it If first
bottle does not benefit your druggist
Will give you back your money.
•1 have for several years suffered at
tlmes_ with heart trouble I got so
Ml cosld not sleep half the night.
MM bad to sit up on the side of «h <-
VMd lots of tlraes to get breath. Thr."
'■ if Mr Mothers have fisd of haiirt trou-
ble, and I thought I Was ro'iw the same
way, but about two a*id a half years
ago I gut a jpamphtot about Dr. Miles'
Sew Heart' Cur* and thought I woul.l
try a leW bottles. After using them I
lYinmiim M bare had better health
|kw than before for several y.-.n
■aIIlLIIiijmii>i i i il them for heart
I'Mpll jl llll I HURT, Pastor
t Church, Hurt Kans.
eJ Write to us for Free Trial
■■> Package of Dr. Miles' Antl-
rWSt tho New Scientific Remedy
Also Symptom Mlank. Our
Klallst will diagnose your case, tell
1 wha^J,B wr?.nf™2nd.! ow to rl*"f 't
was In the city
short time yester-
Mark Swain <
•esterday morning i
In the city.
George Buck net*
F. A. A
the city visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Grother
tor the Frisco.
L*ity last night
lay morning f
terday from Enid.
-rived in the city
A. Z. Clark left yesterday
i spend a few
Deputy Marshal Jacobson has returned
to the city from Cheyenne, where hi "
been attending district court.
Miss lJxsia Lovell, who has been visit-
Miss Fair arrived in the clty last nigh
from Edmond '
ing at f*
left yesterday morning for Oklahoma city
here he captured 8llas Biggs and Joe
Taylor, charged with obtaining a farm
from a farmer near Perry, with worthless
BROTHER OF J. 8. CALDWELL FOUL-
LY DEALT WITH.
of his brother.
This evening will be the regular meet
Ing of the <; A R. All members are re
quested to be present as very Importan
bufii&MA ta.Hu uio meeting.
ive brought the
iliscouru^ed by the dry
Speaking of rhe crop conditlonli Mr.
aid "the oats
! thing «
i stand is <
crop this year
niing up iilcely
cling; freight ag
i drought, and conditions' became
freight business <
V falling off |n
this freight Is i
PREPARE EOR FINISH
Chickasaw Convention to Form
ulate Platform Looking to the
End of Tribal Tenure
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Tishomingo, I, T., May 5.—Tuesday
May 11, at Wolf Springs will he held
the fuliblood national convention of
the Chickasaw nation.
Tho call is signed by Holmes Col-
bert, Charles D. Carter, Ben Collins,
George Burrls, Robert Immotochic,
B. F. Murray. Eli Perry. I. A. Burria,
Isaac Filmore. Grove Chase, E. M.
Wood, Dixon Qlpsan, Gov. Guy and
other prominent citizens of the na-
tion. The call is self-explanatory:
To the citlsens by blood and inter-
marriage of the Chickasaw nation:
Notice is hereby gl\en that there will
be a convention of the Progressive
party at Wolf Springs, ten miles north
of Tishomingo, on Wednesday, May 11,
The said convention Is called for Ih
purpose of nominating candidates fo
the governorship and attorney^gen
eralship of the Chickaaaw nation and
for he further purpose of discussing
the affairs of the Chickasaw people. .
The Chickasaw nation has reached
a crisis in Its existence. The gove
to be elected will be the last of his
tribe. He will have charge of winding
up an estate valued at millions of dol-
lars. We take it that it behooves th
Chickasaw people to come together in
an assembled convention to the «
that the many issues that confront
as a people and as an expiring nation
may be carefully and intelligently
sidered so that in the disposal of the
tribal property and in the distribution
of tho tribal funds every citizen wheth-
er by blood or Intermarriage shall
receive his due share of the great es-
tate of the Chickasaw Indians.
It is our earnest desire to have every
section of the country represented at
the convention. We Intend to make
the coming campaign a business cam-
paign and not n r llii il campaign.
There Is too nu.u at stake in the
election this ;ear to cause the voters
to vote for men. They should vote
for the principles the candidates rep-
resent. They should vote for whatever
will best represent them, for whoever
will the most carefully guard their
interests, for whoever will labor for
the weliare of the people, rather than
for personal gain and enrichment
A woman who left here recently to go
red being held until eon-
lore favorable. Most 6f
doing a larger business
npleted the moving of its tariff depart-
oppnrtunity to go. Ther
positions In all. and th
department has charge of the tariffs for
SIN THE COURTS.
IN DISTRICT COURT.
In the office of the clerk of the district
J. B. Beadles and others brings suit
against v. W. Wallace. Condace Wallace
and others, for the foreclosure of n mort-
1N PROBATE COURT.
The trtal nf i. H. Cohen vs Paul New-
man and Willard Stapleton which was set
before Judge Overbay yesterday morning
was continued until May li'th at 0 o'clook.
II. Hlggtahothan, J. O. 1 ligglnhothan i
popular drug store ther.
y if th.
famous liesh-forming food
P. B. Llllle
blr gain In weight
;estlon and all stomacn trouoi
to their store and get your money.
Anyone who has been losing flesh <
ho has always been too thin, should Uf
B. Llllle A
.... J rue store ther*
has done^ such
Indigestion and all stonla*
who has been losing ff<
signs that I
w|th tho food'y.
whole system in proper physical
ondltion; It saves the digestive organs
rum exhaustive work. By Its use the
lenients needed to put flesh on your
ones will he selected from.the food, and
itch day will show a noticeable gain in
eight ,, . , ,
_ . ly marvelous and
for the wonderful merll
day longer from annoy-
ike your life miserable.
<o or Mi-o-na today at
s. risk. If it increasei
rures you of indigestion.
It will cost you" 60o, If It does not, F. B,
d themselves return your money
indigestion to mi
Ight and i
est at El Paso, wa
ps have been traveling through the
in flocks, leaving their southern
y haunts where they have hibernated
through the winter, and beatlnc their
. to the northeru-states. Most of these
make Guthrie a coaling station and stop-
over for supplies. These together with
the bunch which blew in with the circus
and who became stranded here, have giv-
en the police nulU
bunch or fourteen
corralled by offl-
is and Santa Fe
. _ Frank Ostchell. and arraigned
Judge Olsmith yesterday morning.
assessed $10 i
I laird. McMillan, "Cold Train" \V. M.
Erdman, Charlie Jackson. Fred McGru-
ger. Arthur Cole, Roy McAfee. L. 8.
Miss Ethel G. Todd and Mr. Thurman
Dwlght Pepple of Toledo, Ohio, were unit-
ed in marriage yesterday afternoon at -
o'clock at the home of the bride's moth-
er. 40S North First street. None but Im-
mediate relatives and friends witnessed
the ceremony, which was performed by
Rev. Rose of the First Methodist church.
A wedding dinner was served after the
marriage. The bride Is well known in
city and the groom is a business
of Toledo. Ohio. The
their future home.
150 Funeral Directors in
Guthrie Next Week
OBJECTS OF MEETING
Dr. Carpenter, of Des Moines to
Conduct Lectures and Dem-
Iklaaoma airiTThdlan 1 rritory i-
Directors association to be held I
•nfcr May 9th. 10th und 11th, W. K
ertion has received many letters fit
Jertakers over the two^ territories r
o is expected by Mr. Patterson
tho neighborhood of one hundri
i advance with
the progress of our profcHsli
needs of better preparation and under-
standing of the profession, and we have
iged to give to the undertakers of
loma and Indian Territory a school
year that will surpass all schools
that nave ever been held In Oklahoma,
rl It will he free. We have secured the
•vices of Dr. Carpenter, of Des^ Moines,
■ of lectures and demonstrations. The
for his ser-
unity like this."
school. It may
of the association arc:
. Oklahoma City,
T. 8. Robison,
E. Prall, first vice-president, Musko-
, Stillwater, Okla.
„. Smith, treasurer. Shawnee.. Okla.
L. P. Coffey, sergeant-at-arms, Pawnee,
"arl Boas, Weatherford! OK la
ey. Pawnee. Okla.
LEGISLATIV B COMM1TTEE.
W. Ei Shields. Elk Clty.'okla. '
L. P. Wlsner, Sulphur Springs. I. T.
FINANCE Ct MMJTTEE.
drlcks, Yukon, Okla
Sulphur. I. T.
C. T. Nickerson. Brl«^ge|x.rt. Okla.
SANTA FE SERVICE HAMPERED IN
TEXAS BY RAINS.
train last night, arriving in Guthrie four
rains In Texas. The train had to wait for
rains in Texas. The train has to wait for
s. •. .-ti . or .Mu'lit I'fi.lni S " lii' lt hit.I I.. • n
wasiied out and at Welllturn, i'K Inches of
rain t' il. Between Malarnlu and Austin.
council last night,
will meet In adjou
ages and In addition „ue 1
checked. She explained to
the depot that she was on
a short visit of a few dsyi
care to be bothered with mi
If she had Intended to sta>
there is no guessing how ma
she would have carried aloe
Oklahoma City and
QLOSE TO NATURE.
they die off before thej reach the
As well try to grow
culpable neglect condemn
WHY SUNSHINE BRINGS HEALTH.
EVERYONE knows, that the pure country air nnd a chance to get
close to Nature in the fields and woods, is sure to improve our
animal spirit# and bodily health. We are only civili/ea animals
after all, and the present dwellers in the cities are compelled to
live- in badly ventilated rooms or factories filled with the germs of
disease—of grip, consumption or catarrh. Tbey are compelled to rat their
lunch hastily, and, in fact, to run the human machine at all times so
improperly that they are constantly in danger of being sick. Suqsbine
ana good air are essential for good health Nature provides the germ
destroyer; if we only find it, in a life in the open air and sunshine * If
we are run down physically, if our blood has too many of the white
blood corpuscles and not cnongh of the **d corpuscles ; if we look pale
and anaemic, or with pimples or hives appearing on the skin, it's a p&tty
sure warning that we need a little of nature's curc. For those who are
confined indoors and need strengthening tonic, a blood and body
builder, fl ere is a remedy provided by Nature which is sure and safe—an
Alterative Extract from roots and herbs, without the use of alcohol,
which nourishes the tissues and nerves with good red blood. That
medicine was the discovery of Dr. R V Pierce, the founder df the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. It was sold by
druggists tbirty-seven year* ago or more and has become more popular
every year since, under the name of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis-
covery. Dr. Pierce recei\*es quantities of grateful letters and testimo-
nials every day. It would take all of this newspaper's space to pritlt
those received in a single month. Here is « sample °
"About seven years ago my health failed, and I tried different doctors
but tbey could not help me," writes Reuben S. Kleppinger, Esq.. of Le-
highton, Pa. (Box 673). "I was still getting worse. Had a cough, pain
in chest, night-sweats, was weak and nervous I decided to write to .Dr.
R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., and State my case. ] received a prompt
and careful reply, which I still have in my possession. The malady was
a complicated one, involving the nasal and other sir-passages. There
was a "catarrhal condition extending from head to the bronchia and
lungs. The use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy was advised. I used about two dozen bottles of
eacli, also some of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, and these remedies have
done tlieir work. Since that time I don't believe I have lost a day's
work ou account of sickness. Am well and have been able to eat say*
thing ever since. Thanks seem but a slight return for all the good your
medicine has done me."
"About two years ago I consulted a physician'to try and get relief frqpn
a cold which had stopped up my head, and also settled on my lungs, caus- •
ing catarrh in a very bad form, and also throat difficulties," writes Justice
Thomas E. Bourquin, 1808 Ogercher Road. Savannah. Ga. " He gave me
some medicine, but one month's faithful use of same failed to do me sny
good, so I decided to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and
bought a bottle. After using it a few days, my lungs began to heal. I did
not cough nearly as much nights, slept much better, and in two weeks
the cold, cough, catarrh and throat difficulty were sll cured. I was
certainly pleased with the results, and so wish to write you of It.*
seven hundred and thirty-s
"The features of this miserable street art:
•Darkness; Dampness; Disease; Death.
"The deaths are especially pleutiful among the very yonng children.
"Of all the New York streets in which eifll conditions destroy child
life Allen street is the worst H has a record for killing children nndei
five years of age.
"The street is very narrow, and the Second avenue elevated railroad
running through it, filling it from bouse to bonce, roofs it in, making of
it a dark, gloomy tunnel.
"On the ground it is dark all day, the Ismps are always lighted.
" Diseases of the eye, pneumonia, tuberculosis, the rickets and other
troubles of ill-nourished children, are features of this street.
"Among the dirt, the din, the darkness, the dampness of this infernal
death tunnel, children are supposed to 'play.'
" Do you wonder that they are deformed and sickly ? Do you wonder
\t as to bring up children in that horrid street tp which poverty and the
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S and Sandals in all leathers.
Turns, Welts- and McKays . .
See Window Display
It Pays to Trade at
The New Store
POPULAR PRICE DRY-GOODS E SHOES
"THIS is the
TO SAINT(IjOUI S.
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING I
Let us furnish you with literature relative to the buildings, hotels, low
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, May 6, 1904, newspaper, May 6, 1904; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc125436/m1/4/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.