The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 24, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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' THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, TUESDAY MOHXTS'G, VXT «t, TTO4.
of the Blood
Cuaae iniioy trouble#,—pimples, boil*
gad other eruptions, besides Ion of
appetite. that tired feeling, fite of bil-
iousness, igdigeatiou and headache.
Tha aooiier oae gets rid of them the
better, and the way to get rid of them
and to bill Id tip the system that has
•uffered from tliem fa to take
Forming In combination the most
effective alterative and tonic medicine,
shown by nne<|ualed, radical and
permanent eurea of
•crofu'a Salt Rheum
Pe^riaeia Bolls, Pimples,
All kinds of Humor Rheumatism
Blood Poisoning Dyspepsia
Catarrh 0 Debility, Etc.
Accept no substitute, but be bure to
get llood'a, Hud get it today.
AT ST. LOUIS
Oklahoma Members Hold
Oklahoma People at World's
Fair Sign the Book at the Okla
honia Building-Many of
Fresh milk is good; fresh milk
and Mellin's Food is better.
Try it with your baby. ,
Payment of Loyal Creeks
; Claim Summarily Stopped
- INDIANS VERY ANGRY
i Payment to Have Betun Yester
day-Whether Creek ro
Arkansas Law Shall Gov-
, ern is the Contention
If ELLIN'S POOD CO . BOSTON, MASS.
QUITE IIKF POLITICS
Today the Presidency of Nation-
al Federation of Women's
Clubs Will be Determined
St. Louis, Mo.. May 21.—The first
order of buslnsss at the federation of
women* flubs tomorrow will be the
report of the nominating committee.
The election will be by ballot, and the
polls will be open from two until six
it la generally conceded that Mr*.
Karah i'latt backer, of Colorado. in the
ni".st formidable candidate for presl-
dent. Her foruea are well organized,
and It waa stated today by persona In
a position to know, that the victory
of tho Decker faction in defeating the
tnotlon Instructing the nominating
committee to present two names for
all ullii-era mean* that only Mrs. Derk-
er'a name will be put before the con-
vention by the committee.
It In possible that there may be nom-
inations for president from the door of
the convention, but these will be
more In the nature of complimentary
notices, and It Is not believed that
Hiifil. i. nl <>i ,i M 11 inn prevails to de-
feat Mi.- Docker.
PERJURY "A PLENTY"
JOHN M' DONLALD INDICTED ON
Kansas Clt>. May 23—John McDonlald
s fsrmer living near Helena, Montana,
was sentenced to two yearn In the state
penitentiary In the federal court thin
morning. McDonlald was found gulltv of
perjury In an Oklahoma land content
was also found guilty on tho second
count on the second Indictment against
him for procuring other persons to give
false testimony In the name cane.
Special Dispati h to the State Capital.
St. Louis, May Ti—The club women o!
Ihe various states kept open house
Thursday afternoon Those receiving
at the Oklahoma building were Mrs Gov
Ferguson, Mrs. a C. Scott. President of
the state federation. Mrs. C. At Barnes,
Mrs. c E itiddle. Mrs Horace Speed.
Mrs. It Hume.
Most of the promement club women In
the city called. Fruit punch was served,
Among the visitors w<i a lady from Bos-
ton who said she was a member of a «Tub
which numbered twelve only It haa been
In exlstancti thirty-five years without ad-
ding or losing a member.
Mrs Rob* rt Durditte wan an Interested
and interesting vlaitor to the Oklahoma
building Mrs Burdette Is a stately
woman of pleasing personality
Mrs Noble Prentlt whom the Guthrie
club women remember with pleiunire la
frequently a visitor at the oklahoma
building. She says: "Tell people to
send the boys and girls to see the expo-
sition. They cannot give them such
an education In any other way It is
grand and everyone should see It."
Mia. Pren'ls is hostess at the Kansas
Thursday morning the festival hall was
christened by a m«etjng of the General
Federation of women* clubs They camc
In swarms and flocks, bedecked In their
brightest array. The unfinished (tart of
the great orgsu was hidden by a forrest
of palm* and flowers An Immense flag
surrounded by lesser" Old Glories" min-
gled with the fleur de lis to transform
mild tints which harmonised well with
the bright decorations. The Innes Or-
ehsstra delighted the gathering crowd.
Appreciation was emphatic when a
medley of southern melodies brought
tirst the Kentucky people to their feet
with "Old Kentucky Home," other south-
erners followed when "Dixie" commenc-
ed and ss Amcrlca flouted out on the
morning air the remaining portion of th>
I politans were defeated yesterday In their
tirst game of the st rien with Guthrie by
! i. csItc >> to f. •Ahern. a new acqul- ,
sit Ion to Guthrie s pitching staff, made ]
good. His w ork on the slab was first -
class. It was a good game all the way
audience joined in th« general wavli
bright tlags. streamers, bandit ere
nd porgrams. Prof. Kryl's cornet solo
|1 .s I
CHILDREN A SPECIALTT
was enthusiastically applauded. The
acme of enthusiasm was when President
Francis escorted Mrs. Denlson, President
of the Federation to the front of the
stage whore she gracefully Introduced
him as the speaker.
Mrs. Dennison was charmingly dressed
in pearl colored slik trimmed in lace
President Francis paid the ladles very
graceful compliments saying that the
crowning structure of this wonderful col-
lection of architecture could not be more
fittingly christened than by this moot-
ing. His addrc.sa of welcome was fol-
lowed by that of President Ives and by
Mrs. Burr.vhlll on the part of the. Louisi-
ana Purchase states. Mrs. Dennlson's
response was short and bright She then
Introduced Hon Henry VN attcrson • of
Oklahoma people registered May 30th.
J W Smith, Newkirk. 9. M Goulette,
Shawnee, Miss E. d Johnson. .Shawnee.
Alice Gillespie. Enid, W. A. Coffey, Still
water. J D. Holloway, Shawnee, j. E.
Coffey, laiwton. Mr. and Mrs A. J.
Realty. Manchester. E B. Harris and
wife. Hennessey b. w. Bowman, La-
mont. E N. Thomas, Shawnee. A J.
Burton. Lawton. Albert Mntaner, New
York, J P. Kennedy. Oklahoma City,
Walter Ferguson. Guthrie, w p. Smith.
Newkirk. A C. Smls, Oklahoma. A. E
Atherton. Kremlin. James Klrkwood,
Guthrie. B. C. Sawyer, Enid, A C. Thom-
pson artil wife. Lamont. Ida Ansel. Ton-
kawa, Mrs. Georgia K. Tuttle, Oklahoma
City. Mrs. V Mulvery, Yukon.
Subcommittee ■ Democratic
National Committee at Work
DISPOSITION OF SEATS
Oi' 10,450 Seats in Convention
Hall 702 Will be Provided
for the Press Represen-
SPORTS Of THt SEASON
Mrs, Ftlwanl Jennings,
ti: wiiicr of
PIANO, HARMONY AND RIFII ORfiAN
Call at 510 E. Logan Ave
Phono No. 0H5. o
• DO YOU WANT A RURAL MAIL i
> BOX? 4
Brooklyn Gets Game Over St.
Louis by Six Hits in Ninth
At Boston r.1i.e.
Ht. Louis 0 001010ft 0— 2 lu 1
Boston 1000 0 000 0— I T ' 1
Batteries—Glade and Sugden; Young
At New York— R.1I.E.
New York .. ..000000 2 0 0— L* s 2
Chicago 10 12 0 1 10 0— 6 11 1
Batteries—Hughes. GrlfTlth. MeCuIre
and Klelnow; Altroek ami McFarland.
At Washington— R.H.E.
Washington ... .10 0 o 0 0 2 l •— 4 7 l
Detroit 1 00 0 0 0 1 00— 2 7 J
Battel lea—Jacobaon. ration and Drill;
Donovan and Buclow
Ht. Louis, May 23—Tho sub-committee
of the democratic national committee met
hern, practically completed arrangements
for the democratic convention which will
meet in this city, July 6 and adjourned to
meet aagln June li. at 10 a. m. at the
hotel Jefferson. The disposition of the
tickets for the 10,400 seats that will be
provided for In the convention hall for
delegates, alternate#, the press and the
general public was taken care of and
other mattera were arrunged.
Those present were Chairman J. K.
Jones, of Arkansas; Senator Stone, of
Missouri; Daniel J. Campau. of Michigan;
Norman E Mack, of New York; J M
Head, of Tennessee; Judge Johnson, of
Kansas and John E. Osborns. of Wyom-
The absentees were J. M. Guffey, of
Pennsylvania and John H. McLean of
Ohio, congressman G. M. Hitchcock, of
Omaha who Is at the head of the press
ticket disbursement arrangements anil
Edwin Sefton of Washington. D. C. who
will have the direct allotment of the
senate were also present.
A resolution was adopted providing
"that all applications for press tickets
from newspapers for the democratic na-
tional convention shall be made In the
name of the publishers or managing edi-
tors of the newspapers and must be fil-
ed with Chne. H. Mann, press gallery,
house of representatives, Washington. D.
C., on or before June 8. Applications for
press tickets from persons other than
those Indicated above will not be recog-
A total of "02 scuts will be provided for
press workers. Of that number 3T>2 seats
are for correspondents of local newspap-
er workers These will have tubles. The
remaining 350 seats will be reserved for
representatives of the weekly press and
publishers who do not send telegraph
matter, but write news letters Each
member of the territorial committee has
been allotted ten tickets and each dele-
All doorkeepert for the national con-
vention will be appointed by the sub-
committee on arrangements of the na-
tional committee through the sergeant-
at-arms of the convention.
Headquarters for the New York
state democratic state committee were
opened today at the Southern hotel,
under the direction of Col. Edgar C.
Marston. who will be In charge for the
present. Until the national convention
the headquarters will also look after
the interests of Judge Alton B. Parker.
HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS.
GROVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC.
The first and original tasteless chill tonic.
76 HORSES $116,450
Special Dispatch to tho Jtate Capital.
Weleetka, I. T.. Mcy 23.—At 3:30
this afternoon. Mr. Wisdom, In charge
j>f the loyal Creek claim, received the
following message; "Suspend payment
Loyal Creek Claim, awaiting Instruc-
tions from department. Return to
M-u.skogee. Signed, Shoenfelt."
The one hundred thousand dollars
payment which was to have commenc-
ed today, waa ordered stopped by the
comptroller of the treasury. Pay-
ment was ordered by the aeoretary
of the Interior, according to Creek laws
governing heirship and descent. The
comptroller of the treasury claims
that Arkansas laws take precedent
over Creek laws. The Arkunsaa stat-
ute Is entirely different and very like-
ly would make a different set of heirs.
The contention is over who are the
One thousand Indians were on the
street, and were very angry over the
turn of affairs. Weleetka Is tho larg-
est paying place. The payment Is sus-
pended Indefinitely. A great legal bat-
tle Is expected.
mond, Wednesday, June 1, fourteen in
Agricultural and Mechanical school, at
Stillwater Wednesday. June 1.
!>igan County High school. Thursday,
May .'4. fifteen in class. |
Agricultural and Normal unlverstly, at
Langston. Friday, May 27, four in class.
DEMOCRATS IN OHIO
FT. SILL IS INSPECTED
General Lee From Texas H s
Charge of Inspection and
Holds Sham Battle
Special DlBpatch to the State Capital.
Lawton, okla., May 23.—Brigadier
General Jesse M. Lee. of San Antonio,
Texas, held regular army inspection at
Ft. Sill today, which took up the most
of the day. The review was a grand
and impressive sight. While the gen-
eral and his staff were Inspecting the
hospital the soldiers were getting ready
,for the guard mount.
This evening, between • Medicine
Bluff and Signal Mountain, the sol-
diers. two troops to. the side, fought
a sham battle.
The battle Held Is a large one, and
the troops hat! sufHoient room for put-
ting Into practice all the maneuvers
required in battle. The battle was wjt-
nessed by a large crowd, and was In
every particular realistic.
From State Capital Washington Bureau.
Washington, D. C., May 23.—The fol-
lowing announcements were made to-
O. F. Mouser, appointed postmaster
at Springfield, Oklahoma.
Th# comptroller of the curr£ficy to-
day approved the conversion of the
i'.rn ■ i .-t State Bank of'Mangum, with
twenty-five thousand, capital.
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Offer on Boxes.
The Bond steel Boa and The
Weekly State Capital and
Oklahoma Farmer. one
The Bond Bte l Ro* and The
Dally State Capital, on*
year (by mall only) *4.00.
This bo* sells at $2.«0; ao you
see In the ..bove Dally offer you
•ct this box. with two k*ra HIMi
lock. free. W*y buv a box when
you can get It like thle?
THt eTATE CAPITAL CO.,
At Philadelphia- R.H.E.
Philadelphia ...0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0— 3 '• ;i
< 'leveland .00 00 0 0 1 03- 4 G 0
Battctlcs Donohue and Bcmla; Wad-
dell and Schrcck
At St Louis— R U E
St. Louis 12100 a 00 0— 4 s u
Brooklyn 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 #— 7 13 2
Batteries—Lunleavy and McLean; Gar-
vin. Poole and Bergen.
At Pittsburg— R.H.E.
Pittsburg ... .oo 2 o o 7 o o •— i 2
Boston a 0000000 0— 0 7 2
Batteries Philllppl and Phelps; Fisher
At Chicago— R.H.E.
Chicago ..0 1 000 000 000—1 « 2
N ew York .0 0 1 00 0 0 0 00 0-1 7 0
Batteries Welmer and O'Neill; Math-
ewson an! Bowcrman.
At Clnclnatl R.H.I?
Cincinnati .. ..- 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 •— B 6 0
Phlliwlelphis . . 1 0 <1 0 0 0 oo 0 I f> 4
Batteries Hahn and Pel tat Mcl'her-
son and Marshal!
At Omaha R H E
Omaha 00000000 0— 0 2 s
Sioux City 0000 1 0 10 0— 2 « 1
Batteries Llebhart and <!ree e: Com-
panion and (londlng.
At St. Joseph— R.H.E.
Denver OOOjajno 0— fi 13 1
St Joseph . <1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 0 .1 2
Batteries- Hostetter nnd Lucia; Chlnn
At Dee Moines- R.H.E.
Des Moines .3 4 0 0 1 '00 • —in l;t 4
Coin Spring" . " " '• 1 — •; 9 2
Latteries lloffei and « 1 m r U #•0 Bev.ix>
At Minneapolis - Minneapolis
At St. Paul- St. Taul IT; Kansas
Quthrle Takes First.
Special Dlapat< h to the Slate Capital
Oklahoma Clt>, May 2J.—Tho Uuro-
FAMOUS NANCY HANKS AMONG
Readvllle, Mass. May S3—Seventy-six
blooded horses, the entire complement of
the famous racing stable and stock breed-
ing farm of the lati J. Malcolm Forbes
of Boston, were sold under the hammer
at the trotting park here today. The
horses brought Slid,450. or an average of
a 2-year-old sired by Muy King i2;0T ) out
of Young Mussahy. Arthur H Parker of
Bedford. Mass , was the buyer.
Unusual Interest centered In the bid-
ding for Nancy Hanks, the famoua mare
that at one time held the world's record.
This splendid old racer was knocked
down to J M. Johnson, mayor of Calais,
Maine for $4,000 Mr. Johnson also pur-
chased Lord Roberts, a buy colt foaled
100 ^rmcy Hanks and five of other foals.
Mukkal, Paleroa. Lord Roberts. Nation
and two of her foals. Vice Commodore
nnd Albla, sold for a total of 11,&00. Only
two sales outside of the Forbes consign-
ment were made today. The salt? will
be continued four days longer during
wti . tirr.- «ome of T^.>m,ta W. Ltw--"n's
stock Will lie hold.
PRESIDENT TO GROTOIN
WILL SEE SONS AT PRIZE DAY EX-
Washington, May 23 - l*resldent Roose-
velt left here today for Qroton. Mass..
to attend the prise day exercises at
the school which Theodore and Kermlt
Koscvelt attend. The party consisted of
the president. Miss OarsuL his
lt iiiil H. ictary l.oeb
There waa ; fair slsed crowd at the
gates to see the president leave. The
party will reach Qroton tomorrow morn-
ing and returning will arrive here early
80 Killed. 200 Wounded.
Montevideo, Uraguay. May .3—Ptesl-
dent Ordones announces a victory over
the revolutionists by the government
troops under O^neral Munis. Eighty of
the revolutionists were killed and two
Veteran and Writer Deaa.
Philadelphia May 23 -Colonel Augustus
C. Buell. a veteran of the civil war and
later widely known as a war correspond-
ent and suthor of a standard life of
ohn Paul Jones, died tod ty.
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ARE
For the next two weeks the chief inter-
est at all of the territorial schools, next
to the Intercollegiate oratorical contest
and field meet to be held fn
this city next Friday, Is In the
commencement exercises and the
usual 'events of -commencement week.
Territorial Superintendent Baxter has re-
ceived many of the commencement an-
nouncements, from which the following
dates are taken:
Northwestern Normal school, at Alva.
Wednesday, .lune 1 twenty-six in class,
'entral State Normal school, at Ed-
Bryan-Hearst Men in Charge of
Each Claim Convention
Columbus. Ohio, May 23—The Hearst
men tonight claim a majority in the state
central commjttee tomorrow, fvhen con-
tests will be determined from the foreign
•Otlll ti—I Cuyahoga 72;' Hamilton 46.
Franklin :;j. o.Mntgomcry 2-4. Summit' 12.
Miami 7 Madison 4. Total 2UU.
The Bryan-Heafgt men call themselves
"the pilars" and the others ."th reor-
ganises " Their opponents call them-
selves the "conservatives."
The Bryan-Hearst mens poll for the
723 delegates is; Regulars. 351; reorgatiix-
er* 172; doubtful, *>: the last named
including the Contested seats. The con-
aervalles say the contest will b - decid-
ed In their favor by the committee on
credentials, no matter what the 'state
committee does, that their poll shows
22 conservatives and juo radicals, with-
out the 200 contested seats and that
when the convention ir permanently, or-
ganised any ballot wltl show 523 conser-
vatives to 200 radical
Under a rule of the last two democratic
state conventions that were controlled by
Mayor Johnson o£ Cleveland, the state
central committee, determines tomorrow
morning which contest inn delegation
shall take part In the district, meetings
tomorrow afternoon to select members
of the new slate central committee and
members of the committees on creden-
tials, resolutions, permanent organiza-
tion, rules and order of business if the
radicals succeed tomorrow their action
will affect not only 20 seats In the con-
vention but alsa nine of the tweiuty-one
congressional <11st riots with their nine
members of the new state central com-
mittee and of the regular committees in-
cluding that on credentials and on reso-
lutions. These contests Include the first
and Second congressional districts at Cin-
cinnati. the twentieth and twenty-first at
Cleveland the third at Dayton, the 12th
at Culumbua and counties in three other
W L. Finley, the manager for Hearst
as chairman of the state central commit-
tee calls the convention to order Wed-
It. L. Starr, chairman and the rest of
the temporary organization are Hearst
JOHNSON FOR FOLK.
Columbus. O., May 23.—Separate con-
ferences were held tonight by the oppos-
ing members of the state centr. l commit-
tee. The radicals claimed control, but
gave no figures. The conservatives, 11
of the 21 members sure, with 3 doubtful,
apd that they would control a majority of
the districts and the convention. The
surprising develoupment of these confer-
ences was the announcement that Salem
and Madigan. state committeemen from
the two districts at Cleveland. were
counted with Jhe conservatles, while
Johnson Is credited with co-operating
with the radicals In organization and con-
vention. Johnson Is for Folk of Missouri
for president, but as his odl friends are
for Hearst, he has co-opeTated with thfm
In the preliminary work of the conven-
We Can Save You
Monoy on everything' you buy in
the Drug Line. You are looking
for the bout of it and. here you get
it. Come and price our goods and
when you fail to find what you
want elsewhere como to us and
we will fix you up. j* j* >
The . largest and most complete
Urn rr store in Oklahoma Territory.
Wo buy and sell for cash g.nd that
is why we can sell so cheap. * j*
Renfro Drug Store,
Prescriptions a Specialty
Noble Counjy Democrats Spli.
and Send Contesting Dele-
gations to Convention
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Perry, Okla., May* 23—Noble county
democrat.s have split and will send con-
testing delegates to the territorial con-
vention. This will finish the chances of,
either Bowles or Doyle for the demo-
cratic nomination for congress In Okla-
homa. The fight has been a bitter one
for months. It was precipitated by
Doyle, who, as chairman of the demo-
cratic county central committee, had the
committee endorse his candidacy in an
attack upon Bowles.
During the confusion attendant upon
an attempt to organize the convention
a division was made between the Doyle
and Bowles men and two conventions
Mr. Dever was made chairman and
Krwln Covey secretary of • the left aide
of this now double barreled convention",
while Henry Johnnton and Mr. McClusky
with the utmost suavity, proceeded to do
business with the > right-hand barrel.
After the usual*prellminarles Henry an-
nounced the appointment of committees
and adjourned hts barrel of the conven-
tion until 1:30 p. m. But the Dever bar-
rel took no chances of a flash In the pan
and went In for business straight from
the sholders. Their committees brought
In hasty reports, the report of the com-
mittee on resolutions being read by
Judge Jas. Dlgga and on his motion wa.s
Th'ese resolutions denounced alleged
fraud In the recent primaries and endors-
ed Hon. Wm. M. Bowles for delegate to
congress Delegates to Anadarko were
then elected and after a brief but lm-
Kassloned speech by Mr. Bowles, the left
and barrel of the convention was dis-
The Bowies delegates eleoted are as
fallows: H B Martin. M. M Barnard.
W. M. Bowles. Geo Mouser, Erwin Cov-
ey. W. H. Primrose, Ray Piatt. Dave
Linden. Joe Vandeventer. R E. Wade.
C. 8. Maupln, J. D. Patterson and J. L.
At 1 SO the Dolye barrel of the con-
vention reassembled, adopted a platform,
denouncing everything and everybody op-
posed to Doyle and authorizing that dis-
tinguished that distinguished gentleman
to select delegates to the Oklahoma «'Hy
convention to suit himself, elected *1. le-
gates to Anadarko, listened to scorching
speeches to Messrs, Doyle. Johnston and
Graves and adjourned, "peace and har-
mony prevailing'" -nit.
Harris. G. T. Bryan. H. J. Johnston. M
C. Munroe. J. M. Bayae, J M. Sandets.
H. C. Graves. J. T. Ferryman, C. Sedan,
F, Hart man and J. Q Cooper.
BLOWN INTO ATOMS
Terrific Explosion in Novelty
Company's Plant Kills Seven
Outright and Injures Many
Flndlay, O., May 23.—As a result of an
explosion in the two drying rooms of the
Lake Shore Novelty comnany's plant
here yesterday, seven persons are known
to be dead; five are so seriously hurt
that recovery Is believed to be impossible
and Jtwelve or fifteen are Injured badly
From reports of the physician ten of the
less seriously Injured may die as a result
of blood poisoning from the potash that
was driven Into their bodies.
These were killed Instantly;
JOSEPH SHERWOOD, 21.
JAY SHERWOOD, 24.
EDWARD DILLON. 17.
DEAN SHAW. 18
MARY SNYDER. 22.
Estella Decker, 15, and Frank Grant.
21. died later at their homes.
# These. It is believed, cannot recover:
Maggie Logan, 19; Injured by flying
Thomas Bock, 'struck In the hack by
flying* barrel; arms and legs broken, In-
ternally injured. 0
Claude Shaw, twin brother of Dean;
back severely Injured and ankle broken
Effie Peterman and her brother. Roy;
caught In flying debris and Internally in-
The less seriously Injured:
Carrie Peterman 17; breast and lungs
crushed; head ana eyes powder burned.
May Leavls, 1H, who worked beside her
Louis Welngartner, hip fractured.
Minnie Doll, burned.
Mrs. Doll, forewoman, cut and burned
Hlnnle Quinlan, floor woman; cut and
bridged about the head and shoulders
J. 8 Leary, B. C. Swisher and William
Baugiiman also sustained slight hurts
The Lake Shore Novelty works plant
covered nearly ten acres of ground in the
southwest part of the city and employed
nearly 2^0 men, women and children.
Railroad "torpedoes and Fourth of July
explosives were manufactured.
The Corwin Wrecked.
Tacoma. Wash.. May 23—A report was
current here today supposed to have
originated at Victoria, B. C . to the effect
that wreckage from the Nome steamer
Corwln had been found on the west shoiT
of Vancouver Island. Inquiry at all
points along the surd falls to confirm
the report and to'nlght Victoria reports
that there is nothing there to confirm re-
TO THE GROCERS
Where to Get Oil Tags to Com-
ply With Inspection Law
Cnder the new oil Inspection law it Is
unlawful to let a can of coal oil or gaso-
line go out of a store without a label
pasted thereon showing that the oil has
been officially Inspected. Here la tho
Okla. Territory 190..
THIS HAS BEEN INSPECTED.
Flash Test .... Specific Gravity Teat
Quality of oil
Date of Inspection
Name of Merchant
These labels MCST BE ON GUMMED
PA PER so you can PASTE THEM UN
EASILY AND QUICKLY.
The State Capital Company has these
labels in stock ready to be sent to you
by return mall.
These are in tabs of 100 and on GL'M-
100 $ 25
B00 ' 1 00
1000 ^..1 75
Don't delay your order. Send It "to ut
as Soon ss yon read this.
Inspector Ashton has Issued an older
stopping tho sale of all unlabeled oil.
'~. %jrm/tany ■
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
United States to Bert Luster
South 1-2 of southwest l-l and
northwest 1-4 of southwest 1-4
33-14. final receipt | 200
Enid Right of-Way*-hnd Tmwi
company to W C. Overstreet. lot
16. block 33. Crescent, warranty •
L. N. Beadles to Bertha S< hallen-
berg. southwest 1-4 34-lft-4 west
warranty deed sr, 0<
Sarah Anderson to .1 \V. Smock
lots 1 .2 and .T block IK.'. Went
Guthrie, warrantv deed fio0.0(t
L C. Drunk to Geo. J nid | B. •
Brunk. lot 21. block 4*>. East Outii-
rlS, lo's 18 and 16, block 37. Capi-
tol Hill, lots 1.,. ir,. is and 19,
block ti. Guthrie, warranty deed 1.00
Chas. A. Hare Id to Amanda Cramer
lots 10 11 and 12 bloCk 21. Guthrie.*
undivided 1 2 Interest in lots 1
and 2.. block GO, Guthrie, war-
ranty deed 1,800 0«
Chas Pond to Mary S. Daze.v. 4<h)
acres southwest 1-4. 3-17-2 west
warranty deed 7oO00 «
Chas. A Hareld to Lucittda l>
Wile, lots «, 7,'8, and K bio, k
24. Guthrie, warranty deed 1,400.00 a
Thought to Have Drowned.
St. John, N. B. May 23 -John H.
Thompson, one of the most prominent
shipping men In Canada and R. P. Fos-
ter. manager of the Royal Bank of CtQ<.
ada- are believed to haa been drowned by
the capslziog of their boat ip Like Oro-
mocto yesterday. E. P. Stavort, Inspect,
or of tin'bank of New Brunswick, who
wjijH one of the pnrty swam three quar-
ters of a mile to shore and wnwlored for
a night and a day through the woods,
finally being discevered by nome lum-
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 24, 1904, newspaper, May 24, 1904; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc125454/m1/2/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.