The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 15, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 10, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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TFTE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, TCESPAT MOTiYTXfl, MAT m. 1101.
Plans of Indian Territory Re-
publicans to Get in Control
U IN I T E TERRITORIES
With the Organization in Their
Hands They Would Have
t'osesssion When State
Staff C'orresjiondpncp K. C. Journal:
Muskogee, I.' T., May 9 —The repub-
licans of Indian Territory have a new
scheme in connection with the state-
hood bill. As a result of informal ron-
ferencea held durliiK the la.si week they
have outlined a plan, which, if it can
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Thompson
of Lillydale, N.V., Grand Worthy
Wise Templar, and Member of
W.C.T.U., tells how she recov-
ered by the use of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dear Mas. Pjnkham :—I am one
of the many of your grateful friends
who hare been cured thromrh the uso
•f Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable
c an | "i lijuin i« ■ iiih.
do carried through will assure complete | Coilipouiid and who can to-dry
irganizalion of the party tin what is] thank you for the fine health I enjoy,
sow Indiati Territory Ions before state-1 When I was thirty-five years old, I
lood is finally acquired. : sullered severe backache and frequent
The new plan is to have the bill' bearing-down pains; in fact, 1 had
so modified ihat immediately upon iis i womb trouble I was very anxious to
final passage an.l approval the two.ter-- £(<t wp11'^q1J readinff of thecurcsyour
rftnrlea wl uuit.-.l alale of' Compound had rnrnle, I dc'ldocl to try
Oklahoma under p. laws ,,p I took only Bl*tottlo8j>utit tm.lt mo
Oklahoma This would, ol ni~ "P^dourrdmoeutlrelyofmytroublos.
. i.W I ho .ppointmeiii ,or .,,„u.y i M"„ fan,ll •"« , "I,"
offlrcm for the now part of hr ...rh- n?turf'-T, I wm. My
. 1 . .. niece had heart trouble and nervous
trnnr !, ™ ""J," re('ul< i«"' R v- I prostration, and was considered Inc.ir-
«rnor. and un.ler .the clxstlw laws. iMe she ^ vonr Vegetable Com-
I pound and it cured her in a short time,
nnd she became well and stronp, nnd
the governor has the appointment ot
officials for all new counties.
The political complexion of the In-
dian Tcrriti ry is doubtful, to say' the
least. Th > Hty elections last. April
indicated thai the democrats have'
slightly the beHt of It. It is to over-
come this apparent majority in the
ranks of the enemy that the republican
leaders have suggested the proposed ^
The Hamilton bill, at ii passed the
house. d<- . i-flit-d ihe boundaries of
twenty-eight counties for Indian Ter-
ritory. and ii is quite probaole that
the final bill will also provide for a
certain lumber of counties. The eoun-
'ties would ai first have practically no
organization of eithepparty, but should
i he governor ue permitted to name of-
ficials for their gove nment, formida-
ble organizations of the party in pow-
er would soon be perfected.
If this condition can be brought
shout the republicans believe the party
.vould noi only control the constitution-
al convention, but would also elect a
large major'*/ of the members of the
first state legislature, which would
eventually mean the election of two re-
publican United Stales senators. They
realize that organization will mean
much lo begin with, and it is believed
the first party to organise will at least
for a number of years, predominate. •
By being assured of a majority in
the constitutional convention, it would
he a mattof of li'*le difficulty to aug-
ment the strength gained in organ-
ization by being cautious ni desertntng
the congressional districts for the*oeW
state. All of the bills so lar intro-
her homo to her great joy and her hus-
band's delight was blessed with a baby.
I kijow of a number of others who
have been cured of different kinds of
female trouble, and era satisfied that
your Compound is the best medicine
'or sick women."—Mrs. Elizabf.th II.
noMcsoN. Hox 10.S, Lillydale. N.Y.—
f5000 forfeit If nrInitial of above letter proving
genuineness cannot be produced.
plans that to lie equal in the consti-
tutional convention the delegates
front l>oth territories should bo elect-
ed under the same law. The only meth
o<^ by which this could lie done would
■be i lie one proposed.
It would he no infringement upon
the rights of the Indians to unite the
two territories at once. In fact, it
would afford an opportunity to better
their condition as well as that of the
non-citizens. A public school sys-
tem might he started sooner by this
means, and much of the work which
would otherwise have to be done dur-
ing the first year of statehood would
rtius be dispensed with (Immediately.
aftei*the territories are united.
Look Into irrigation.
Spoeinl Dlx|>nt(-h to the State Capital.
Snyder. Okhi.. May !•.—The commercial
flub of tills city 1ms Invited Ci'erald II.
M.uthe.*. « n«ni< < r In charge of the
lngTr;t| surveying purty. t< address the
the c luh mi.I ritiz-'tis nf this vicinity
the outTook for irrigation in tills section.
Th'- meeting wll he. held May IS. A deep
Interest is being taken In irrigation by the
people of Snyder and if It be found prac-
ticable steps will he taken to Indtire tho
expenditure of money by the government
in irrigation projects here.
iluced in congress have provided that (
'he constitutional convention describe - Many Democrats There-
the boundaries of iiie.se districts, and'1 8peclai Dispatch to ti"' fetate Capital,
if the^)lans.outlined are given consid-1 Aidnior.-. i r.. May 9. -The soiieitlng
cratlon, of course the bill which be- j i-Uihii;,
comes a law will contain a similar pro-'
vision, thus affording an opportunity.
for the part" in control of the conven-
tion to gerrymander the territory as
. The proposinon has already befti
submitted to Delegate McQuire and
Dennis Flpnn. of Oklahoma, and their
opinion o0the matter is expected in a
few days. Of course ttia AtanieMiice
oi Oklahoma r< publicans "would be re-
quired to make a success of the enter-
prise. II the Oklahoma delegates
agree with the Indian Territory lead-
ers. it Is figured that the conference
' committee will willingly accept the
This would place the statehood- bill
on party lines in congress. The dem-
ocrats here hfve already gotten wind
of the proposition ami,are considerably
excited. The republicans are using
lor argument in justification of their.
of the Ardmore democratic
a membership to the
1.200 voters. This is
estimated.to be ;«t•• ut two-thirds "t the
total number «'f democratic vote* who re-
ceive mail at the Ardmore post office.
'ity. Okla . May 0. William
(Ttih-v* ,i yi.iinfr man. who was working
on a farm near this city, was found dead
In the road near this city Saturday even-
ing He is believed to have died from an
overdose of morphine.
A MICHIGAN MAYOR SAYS:
Imitation of the Wild West:
by Real Indians and Buffalo
"I Know Pe-ru-na is a Fine Tonic for
Worn Out System."
BIO CUT IN PRICE ON
THOUSANDS $EE SHOW
Big 101 Ranch Entertains 1 argest
Bunch of Visitors Ever As-
sembled at^a Show in Ok-
Ardmore. I T.. \l <\ «i. The ninth semi-
annual meeting >>rihe Chickasaw Nation
Medical a-soi iatluii will be held here to-
morrow nnd \Y< dnesday. An Interesting
program hai been arrnntieil. a ^Miquel
will served tomorrow night.
Special Dispatch to the Stale Capital.
Perry. Mav !V The Pens OH and Claa
company lia« leased mote Ih ht ' "On acres
of mini am' art..■••"'•nts are about eom-
pleted to '/crIii the work of putting down
Fully twelve thousand people witness
ed the great Indian buffalo hunt, peril i
pated In by oter three thousand Indiana
at the 101 ranch one mile north of Bliss
Sunday afternoon. Five excursion trains
arrived In the morning fi-ont the noitli
and south, and great masses « t" | eo .
swarmed over the hills from the trains
to the stockade In which tlie exercises
took place. Surrounding this stockade
was an enormous grand stand. Iiulillng
over <'lght thinisaiid people. S atten d
arountl the outside of the entlosut".
were the Indian tepoes. with their tall
poles Htlcking out like antics and their
smoke colored tops, browned with the
smoke of many tires in an<l around tln -e
tnis Indian families lounged, watching the
young bucks practicing on their ponies
on n nearby hill, or sitting cross-legged
cpting bsitl baked bread and half cook-
ed meat. Hanging on the backK of buggy
•-■•.its. or stmug dp "it wire* wen large,
slabs of cut me.it. (Irving in the • u.
resembling at a distance, a lihe full or
In a brand now enormously large tent,
sat the new chief of the Poncas. Hoise
Chief, cross-legged smoking He was
dressed In full regalia, but spoke to no
one. At one end of the grand stand, 1
the aguaws, a >lglit which ^nbl jMissildj
have been seen for fifteen miles. All the
hne^of tiie rainbow and some that rain-
bow never dreamed about were blended
in one awful mass of color by the blank-
ets and clothes of the eleven different
tribes of squaws.
It was almost two o'clock when the
gland parade started aiifind the inclo-
ure, • Throne half mile of (rand hi md
was packell. thousands stood around the
ience. I.eadlug the parade was the j.cw
• liief with six warriors, followed by Jbe
hand. Then came thirteen young bucks
dressed In Indian costumes and war
.White lvtgle thy retiring chief nf the
f.Uo hunters, with their long wicked
spears, Steel pointed and lightly'dressed,
and then the ball players,
Following this the Coyle band and then
White liagle, t;he retiring chler of the
Poncas, seated on the stage coach, tilled
with newspaper correspondents and
drawn by four large mules. Fifty-six «"W
punchers of the true western sort, wound
up the parade, which formed again at
the north end of the enclosure and march-
ed to the south end, abreast, where they
wheeled around and with a wild yell gal
lop.-ii back at s terrific on slower
ponies came the old gray-haired eli! f-
tains and st.Hiding Kik. tin- secretary to
INDIAN BALI, PLAYERS. •
The (Hoe Indian ball players next came
dancing out In the Held some with nothing
more than 'a girdle around their waists.
others In brightly colored costumes and
Hghts. The game was'very Interesting
and whenever a younrf buck would catch
the ball in the little sack at the end of
the three foot stick, and started down the
Held towards the goal, the onlookers
cheered. # Willi til" vigor of oollege foot
ball footers Some would throw tha ball
for hundreds of fret, others would dart
for the goal, running as only as Indian
can. •swinging bis stick tip and down,
to keep the ball from falling out.
Willie this wa« going on, coming fropi
over the far away Mils could be seen a
string of cattle. On they came, up and
down the hills and iiioiind pools of water,
like it \vorm, a mile in length. As tin1
foremost cattle reached a knoll ti short
distance In front of the grand stand, they
1 wi• t e turned In a circle ^v the cowboys.
land as they still came*They were coifed
up. iigain until they had wound tip Into
a round bunch 5,000 strong, no clone, that
one might easily walk over their bscks
In a short timb tlicy were unwinding,
and streaming out over the green hills
scattering as they went, and eagerly
munching the fresh green grass.
A ItKCORD ROPING. •
The world's record for roping and ty-
ing a sti;ir was broken by Klrby Rey-
nolds, who roped his steer. In Just TI 1-4
seconds, seconds loss than any previous
record, .lini Hopkins also did nW«'k work
roping and lying his st- • r in ^seconds.
The exhibition of bronco busting and rop-
ing was just a Buffalo Hills show on a
Then followed an exhibition, the like
of which will never be sern again, and
which Is the ti rut after a period of thirty
years—the buffalo hunt and inauguration
iif the new ehlef and selection of thi> new
council. With a blood curdling yell fol-
lowed by ;i war chant, hundretl^of In-
dian braves entered the stout st™l wire
i nelosure. and g illoped at break neck
speed around aud^around the slock ad
Is Found Unconscious Un-
der Drug's lnflucncc
Party of Rock 'Island Officials
Visit Oklahoma's Metropolis
-Entertained by Cham-
ber of Commerce
DRUGS, PAINTS AND
We sir*Kiilliiin'*Flii'S!)-(Jooils at Cost or loss
COME AND GET OUR PRICES
. WE ^RE #HEADQUARTERS
C. R. REINFRO
Cflilahoma City, Mav 9.—John Ilara-
sha, a laborer by a gardner
named Compton, living a mile east of
this city, was found about S o'clock
Saturday night by members of the lam-1
ily under (he influence of a fatal do- a •
daj morning yithout lufrljDi'nipSi ♦ 20ti \V. Okla. Aft'- ■ Opposite Postoffice
ti coiiscinusiiess liis remains weue . ^ 0
brotiglii in ilii. ot.. yesterday evening
ami will in held awnitfng word*frort"|'*-,
relatives. He *"
Hara.^ia has been working forComp- I
ton for some time, ami is known by
several in this city# No cause could '
be ascertained for the deed, except jhat
ifis tliought lie was suffering from a|
mental derangement, it haying been'
noted that he had acted queerly fori
some time. It is supposed he took j
the poison early "in the evenly. Me j
was discovered about 8 o'clock lying on (
the "bed in an unconscious condition*
•HON. NELSON RICE OF ST. JOSEPH. MICH.. KNOWS Of#A LARGE NUMBER
OF GRATEFUL PATIENTS IN HIS COUNTY WHO HAVE
BEEN CURED BY PERUNA.
* Hon. Neli
n Bice. Mayor of. si Joss ph. Michi
•j lie t'enin,. MMiclnt ('o , Columbia# Ohio: •.
•'('■eniietuan: "i wi-h to congratulate you «>n tho success of your sftorts
to win the ciinfldence of the public in need nf a reliable medicine. I know
Peruna is a fine tonic for a worn out system and a specific in cases of ca-
tarrhal difficulties. You have a large number of grateful patients in this
county who have used Peruna and have been cured by It, and who praise
KATY'B" NEW DEPOT.
I Special Dispatch lo the State Capital, j
j Oklahoma City. May !• . It Is an-!
! nounoed today by the contarotors that |
j the new Katy depot here will he com-1
4 pleled by the end of Hie present week.
♦ "When flniabqd ii wlll,b« one <>i the fin
T ( i si depots in the southwsi. Ii Is made
^ of stone, similar to the Santa L'e depot.
i [ami as an all otaer k.u> buildings ii^J
♦ j this territory,* la first class In every
MARCH, APRIL, MAY. \Z
WEAK NERVES. POOR DIGESTION.
. . IMPURE BLOOD. DEPRESSED
The sun has just crossed the equator
on its yearly trip north The^n.il
equator is shifted toward the north
nearly eighteen miles every day.* With
the return of tlie sun comes the bodily
Ills peculiar to spring With one per-
son th-> nerves are wa" .mother per*on.
digestion Is poor; with others the blood is
out of order; ,Onl lili others have
depressed spirits and tired feeling.
All these things are c^peclallv true of
those who have been suffering with
my heartiest good wishes."—Nelson £ I ""n '• '11 !" I.Lj <■ I
« .. Z | rdstKcti i he Mrvioe tow i)f<| ! •• 4
< I public by tli!:-* road is of the best and ^
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ | since the inauguration of Katy trains i T
•atarrh In" any form or la grippe, a "16 Choctaw, which had a monopoly j 4
i- sure to covreet allI on all buglneai'.to the east ffpn this 1
tin • oiiditioii> 11 is an ideal spring , (.|(y j,as made several* changes which T
"nvigliniies ' 11'' doeV"notU> tenVperoariiv I•<*in be accounted for by the compel 1-1 ♦
stimulate it strengthens It equalizes J tion of the Katy.
the circulation of the blood, triinquill7.es I
the nervous system and regulates the I
bodily functions. Peruna. unlikf so |
ROCK ISLAND OFFICIALS,
special Dtspatdh to the State Capital
Oklahoma City. May !>.—The party
of Hock Island officials dated to arrive
here yesterday reached the city in the
| evening. Thep were met by commit-
spring medicines I
physic or stimulant or nervThe." It is a
natural tonic ami Invigorator.
If you do not derive prompt and satis-
factory results from the use of Perun
write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving ji ; , - , -
full stalrmotit <if your ca c. an.l lie will frlim 1 hl' or
i.e pi o e,i to give you his valuable ad driven around the city and entertained
vice gratis. .
Address Dr. Ilartman
The •• 1 (artmail Sai ,i ii I
H. L. COHEN,
Cutter and Tailor by Trade
To the Patriotic Citizens
• • •
Every merchant is anxious to make sales—for the sales
bring money, part of which money is supposed to be profit. I
am a merchant tailor—claim -to he a good one—and I am after
your patronage or as .much of it as 1 deserve. You hear me say
it. den'4 you? As much of it as I deserve.
If 1 don't make your clothes as good, clothes as cheaply—as
you Van obtain by sending your money out of town, then I'll
aftmlt, i dtin t deserve your satrfe-nage. Bi}t for mercy's sake, leave
your money at home, all thing's being equal.
The time will crime when you will admit that my clothes are
better for the money ihan those you obtain oulfof town—that
they lit better—that being in your midst, you have redress if
anything goes wrong: but Just think of how I could enjoy life
if you till Investigated now instead of making me wait months
oi years to build up a reputation slow stages.
Ml of our suits are cut and made on the premises. Wo pay your
railroad fare both ways for a radius of 50 miles If you order h
suit of clothes. Patronize home industry.
Say, Now, Be Patriotic
colors, and whirling their
dr. bore down upon the
which were browsing in
ed In hideout
spears In th
corner of the Held. They ,
brutes, with rather long horns and
shot, they looked up and started in a
terlffc run from the stampede. Back and
forth, back and forth they fled, their
tongues lollitm out, troth stii-aming t'i • >ru
their mouths and a wild glare in their
eyes. Around them were the hundreds of
hunters, driving them hither and thither
and sho111aig until tiny were worked i.:>
into a frenzy. The hugiw buffalo, a
shaggy brute with a heax™ mane, 'was
singled out by the hunters, and flnnlly
shot. The carcass was then skinned and
the bead out oft. which Mr. Miller In-'
tends to have mounted. The >>odv was
cut In two. half of which Mr. .1 ('."Miller
presented to his guests and the other half
of Willi ||_\\ as eaten by the Indians.
After trr! followed more feasting and
ing and singing by the lmlianv j^nd
this the • iuauguratioj
e new chief ill*the
selected Ids council from thi
sldered of his bifeves, who showed the
greatest bravery and skill during the
hunt. The exhibition was an Impressive
ceremony consisting of dancing, chants
and feasting participated in b> all the
Indians, which included the following
tribes, Osages. Otocs. Cheycnpes. A rap
allocs. Tonkawas, Pawnee, Kaws, Slouxs,
Omtihas, Klowas. and I'omanrbes,
The occasion is one to be remembered
by the thousands who witnessed it. The
exhibition was v"ld ef the monotony and
make-believe of a wild west show. The
Indiansa were > at homo on their own
grounds, and everything was genuine.
They paid no attii /•. to tin onlookeis.
but carried out tjie Jrrvices which meant
so mui ti i" them, and With the spliit
and abandon of the old tlm"* .savagr
lluitdreds of catneta fiends clicked their
little machines taking everything in sight,
and the moving picture machine was kept
going constantly, catching the wonderful
pictures, to be reproduced later before
the thousands, who failed to .-. e the !:.«
j Special Dispatch to the State Capital
Shawnee. May 9.-II. \V. Price, an e
ployee of the Santa He railway, was a<
' dentally killed In the yards here vest
I day b\ a locomotive. I'rlce has relatives
rin Chanute. Kan.
Special Dispatch t"Qi Stai" Capital
Ardtnore, L.T., May 9 Thi mditlon
'of cattle in the Chickasaw nation Is re-
ported by B. H. Davis, livestock agent of
the RoOK Island, to he flrst-clasL The
• iiiR" and water supply i- • \ ■ ®it and
the cattle are taking on fat readily.
New Medici Board Meets.
I 111 -|i,ii''h lo^h. statu (' ipital.
in ihe rooms of the chamber last night,
This mornipg Ihe party left for the
%est ovpr the Rock Island. They went
tp El Keno, and from there will lake
the Rock Island southffor B1 Paso,
Texas. Not one of the parly save the
least Intimatlor^ as to anything pros-
pective of the Rock Island lines in the
territory in tin? way of improvements
SCHEDULED "M E ETINOS.
Spedal Dispatch to the*State Capital
Oklahoma City. May St.—Secretary
Rose .of the chamber of commerce
has scheduled the following meetings
for ihTs city:
May 10, territorial implement deal-
May 11. second and third class post-
masters of the territory.
• May 13, territorial good road$ asso-
I May 13 and 14, Oklahoma Press as-
- I soeiation. *
v'j May 13 and 11. United Commercial
Travelers of Oklahoma, Kansas and
May *13, territorial Medical associa- j
Biggest Territory Gusher. May 17 and 18, Oklahoffia Millers
>e. iai Dispatch to the state f.ipit.ii ♦ | and Grain Dealers association.
Hartlesvillc, I. T. May :• The biggest j ^lay 11>. about 300 representatives,
^v.I <>r the.M. K.' & T. land bureaus of the|
tiesviiie 1 /"astern states wherein such land tau-
wd -50 reaus' are located.
newly appointed medical hoard for tho
Central district met here today to org.i-
t and fountilat' plans for working tin
der tin* new law. The board i.- ■ oinposed .
of I'i ,1. i:. Smith of intrant. In i> \V. •
Caldwell, of lingo, and Dr. A. Griffith, of
South McAlester. *
Preparing to Tcaeh.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
okmulgee. I. T.. May 'J. A great many
teachers are preparing to attend the
Creek teachers' institute to he h«Md here
June 6 to 11. Tho Increased appropriation
for schools in the Indian Territory will
give rise to a demand for a gieat many
additional teachers over the number em-
ployed last year. _
The Wrong Man.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital)
Hobart, Okla., May0f.— John E. Mo
by. who was arrested here last week
the sheriff of Comanche bounty on a
charge of grand lcrceny from Garfield
comm. has Im . n xeic.iM d. it having l • n
found that he was not only not the man
wanted but bore no resemblance to him.
r Builder s
In depth and penetrate* the Martlesx
sand seventy-five feet. It tilled two
tanks in two hours, a flow that is e<,
to L',500 barrels a day. o
Grand Jury Report.
Sp< i ll Dispatch to 111e State (•mil ■'
Anadarko. I. T„ May 0.—Tho report
the grand Jury which closed it.s .sessi
on mlsalonera builds* a fireproof
ihe court house records. The condition of
!l nnty ofl'u cs was reported "to be ix-
• lli int.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Durant. I. T . May —Tht distribution
of the town.site fund among the
Choetaws will begin June 1 Durant,!
Hugo, a mI Sotiiii Mr.Mi'-'ief, •hav •• i■
-e!'- led o w hi« it tin' I■ . . ,
in. nts will be mm" *
MISS HARRISLL DECLINES.
Special Dispatch to the Statin (Capital. '
• Oklahoma City. May !L -Miss Kalh-
i's'sion's erine Harrell. of this city, who was
o 11111 \ appointed sponsor for the deparimout
ult for j of the southwest, "Confederate Veter-
ans, at the annua*encampment to be
held at Nashville, today announced
her declination of the honor, on ac-
count* of a#prearranged trip to Now
eYork and other eastern points. •
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦-♦-■♦--♦r*"*-*-
BASE BALD inEWS. M
Oklahoma City, May !• . — Andy War- <
nam who was the Invlnctblo bac top j
for tho famous Shawnee Blues two year
ago arrived here last night, and U is ♦
possible ho will stay in the territory. | ^•
A "HAIR-S.AVER" that grows in popularity.
GOING i <3*01 N& !! GONE!!!
New Water Plant.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Tishomingo, 1 T., May ti.—The conlt
for in: tailing the waterworks system for j'['here seems to have been some mis-
of "noV-ton? T.,xt0,,i'rb'-,,| '.•!tr;?ct\H'e,rh ,ako ,u 1'1" '>noum:emnt that Ed
I'the work is t,> be completed ' Hazlett, of Chickasha, had taken the
ty «'••> j managdlnent «if the Shawnee team
. as there has not been one organized
yet from Shawnee, and it is possible
that "Warner will organize and man-
J. C. FOSTER & CO.,
Transfer and Storage
•Tours for Mutual Adyantages,
H. U. COHEN,
One of the Tailors arid Cutters by Trade.
OKLAHOMA AVE. „•« jt OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
i a team, from that city, it is the j
Xnnlentlon to make the league a six
♦ I team one.
$ 1 PON'CA Pl.AYS BALL.
3 ! Special Dispatch to the State Capital j
♦ Oklahoma City, May 9.—Ponca City
i played ?i game here yesterday with
Oklahoma City. The toam Is a good
♦ one, but was a little too li^bt for the)
Metropolitans, the score resulting in '
3 I ; to 0 Jn favor of the home team. |
Herplclde will Save It. Herplcide will Save It. Too Late for Herplcidej) ♦ ] ■> :• 4 7 S 9 U.H.E
A GUARDIAN result of hi* own neglect Some on. .it Oklahoma ..4 1 1 ft 0 0 0 0 0—6
The business man who If too busy
look after bis health and personal
I x comfort needs a guardian
>£ To notice dandruff and falling hair i^
m beneath he- idea of hi.->! ••- l.ntet
when if! nrable baldness conn-.t h<- will
X w.i.'te til11ne\ tryiiig tn nxerciime ti!
+ Drug Stores, $1.00. Send 10c., stamps t
! o Mich., for a sample.
| NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE
| V The ORIGIN A I, remedy that V. il',*. the Dandrufi Octiti
rt C. R. RENFRO, Spoclal Atfent,
home should look after him. At first v ! |>unca C'y. .0 (• 0 ft 0 ft 0 ft 0—ft
eightdandruff which ia a oontagi- ♦. Batterlea—Oklahoma City, Young I j
oua dieeaM Newbroa Herplcide tihould 01 - — — —•* —ii i
be u.srd It cures dandruff and atop*
falling Imii by* ile'tno ing the ii n..|
ruff yerm A delightful 1- u dw-slnir.
STOPS ITCHING INSTANTLY
HERPICIDE CO., Dcpt H. Detroi
r * • t
► m a
^ We move everything. We have storage rooms 40 an un-
limited capacity. \ye -tore your household goods, pianos, ^c
^ . stove3*and every other article at the yost reasonable rates. ♦
f Call up phone 601 and \xc guarantee satisfaction. ♦
J. C. FOSTFR & C®. I
'♦ ♦ ♦ «,* ♦■ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦-♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ • -*
J; B. Fairfield *•
-TRANSFER, COAL AND STORAGE J«
and Page; Ponca City,
tr0lt* Slgpe iii Die patch to thi State Capital
x A ink.1. I 'I Mav :• -Arrangement
• ry I have been oomph t< ii by «11r- Dawes 1
■ allotments of I
Receivers and Distributors of Ca£ Lots.
Best Grades of Coal Always in Store.
Goods.Packed, Stored and Shipped to Order
Quick Service at All Times.
Phone No. 20. > 407-400 West Harrison Ave.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 15, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 10, 1904, newspaper, May 10, 1904; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc125440/m1/3/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.