The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 148, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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TDE OKLAHOMA STATE CAriTAT* WEDNESDAY MORXIXO, OCTOBET? IS, 1904
(Work in Popular Department
Is Going to Be Good
WILL OPEN OCTOBER 18
Agricultural College Is Making
Remarkable Progress This
Than Ever Before
Special Dispatch to the 8tato Capital.
Stillwater. Okla., Oct. 11.—The school of
fcgxtcultura and tenMrtlo economy will
•pen October 18. This date 1b looked for-
ward to with a *reat deal of Interest by
the authorities of tho college. This dopart-
(nent was an experiment laat year, but Its
feature la now fully understood, and Its
■uccesa for the second year Is a matter
M diM-p Interest. One thing Is certain:
fit the young men and women of Okla-
homa who Intend to live on tho farms
fenderatnod the real valur of this course,
Stare would not be room nt the A and M.
College to talce earn of those who would
feme. Theoretical «nd practical inatruc-
\tn Is given In agriculture, horticulture
CjaA floriculture, livestock, stockjudglng,
■airy I ok. poultry', gardening, etc.. mid (for
Eouns women* cooking and sewing In -
■traction In the common branches Is also
■tven to those who need and desire It In
connection with the scientific work. The
•xpensos are very light and will be repaid
A thousand fold to any young man or
woman who takes the course. President
Scott asks your correspondent to say that
lie will take pleasure In sending an Illus-
trated bulletin, Just Issued, fully describ-
ing this work, to any one who desires to
Tho college paper for October Is Just
ttttbllBhed. It Ik a very neat and attract-
ive number, with Clarence O. Dalton, of
the senior class, edltor-ln-chlcf.
The College Paper records the marriage
Vurlng the summer of seven members of
the faculty. There seems to be some-
thing in the all* here that tends to matrl-
Dlrector and Mrs. Fields have Just re-
turned from a visit to Pennsylvania where
ihey took occasion to pay a vWI to Mr.
yields' alma mater, the State College of
The sophomore and freshman classes
|Mve organized football teams. These
•With the regular college team make foot-
feall matters very lively.
A son of Superintendent McCowan. of
Khs Chilocco Indian school, has entered
■elleffe from the.Kansas State Agricultu-
One of the chapel services of thla week
Kfor men only and another for women
, President Scott addressed the form-
ar and Mtsa Landes the latter.
Tha Stillwater Lyceum course this wln-
r will be given In the college auditorium.
udents of the college get season tickets
tbr half prfoe and from present Indication
pncUcHUly all the students will attend.
yellowing Is the remaining schedule of
football gnmes for the season In which
this Institution will participate:
October 10. Kingfisher College, at Stlll-
October 21. Chilocco Indians at Stlll-
November 5, Oklahoma University, a
November 12. Chilocco Indians, at Chi-
November 18. Friends' University, n
November 24, l.<osan County High school
HEALTH fully restored by the
great alterative and tonic, Hood's
Parsaparilla, mid vou remember the
*Id aaying,-health IS WEALTH.
Weatherford, Okl.i., Oct. 11.- President
Campbell Is attending the quarterly mfti
fag of the board <Tf regents this woi
©win* to the Colorado floods the rallrol
erosstng the Canadian river have be _
Bodily washed out. The Choctaw has
peen unable to run Its trains, consequent-
far President Campbell was compelled to
Strive to Bridgeport In order to get trains
Dr. J. Basinger of Sweetwater, Okla.
■ru.-* one of the unfortunates who were lild
fever «it Weatherford ou account of wash-
(pnt. lie took advantage of the opportun-
ity to visit his daughters. Edith and Ethel,
pr'ho are attending the normal.
Prof, and Mrs Fsirell are In St. Louis
this week attending the world's fair. He
Mvlil resume his work at the normal Mon-
Monday was a great day at the normal,
-ft was the occasion of the formal presen-
tation of a beautiful United States ting to
|he school by Mr. and Mr*. J. P. White
©f thlfc city. Mr. mid Mrs. White have
adwavs been held In the highest esteem
by the normal and this act of theirs has
•ndeited them to the institution many
Void more The program as rendered Is
given In full below.
"Praise £Jod from Whom All Blessings
I - 1 Scripture reading—Rev. Clnrkson.
k™ Prayer—Rev. Rippey.
Introduction- President Campbell.
Address—J P. White.
Select reading— Mp J. P. White*
•'Star SjMUigleA JlBiner"—School
'Acceptac^' Transit Campbell,
Addtsss* Prof. Llnnvllle.
GAIN OF $397,380 OVK-R RECEIPTS
FOR SEPTEMBER, l'J03.
Washington, Oct. 11 —The gross pos-
tal receipts for September, 1904, ai
compared with the receipts for 1903,
at tho fifty largest postoffices in the
United State show a total of 95,906,969.
a not increase of 1397,380 or over
seven per cent. The largest Increase
was almost 30 per cent at Dayton, Ohio
There were four decreaces, viz:
Three per cent at Louisville, Ky.,
four per cent at Philadelphia; almost
five per cent at Providence and nine
per cent at l)es Moines, Iowa.
The receipts at Now York and Chica-
go increased approximately eight per
Keynote ofFairbttnks' Speech
at Marshalltown, la.
ON THE FIGHTING LINE
Through Pullman to St. Louis
Every Day on
FOR UNIFORM RULES
CANADIAN RAILWAYS AGREE UPON
Vancouver. H. C., Oct. 11.—The various
railway companies of the Dominion of
Canada have agrood among thotiiM<lvc.i In
response to a circular from th« railway I
commission, to draft a uniform <rt of
rules to govern the operation of trains.
All road:' will be compelled to tnt-'oduce
block systems wherever buslnuas is heavy
onoiiKb to make It necessary.
Automatic switching devices will be in-
sisted upon, so that semaphores will first
denote danger before a ewltch Is opened.
Hand and light tdguuls will be made uni-
form on all roads, and a rule will be In-
troduced that no train hand shall work
more than a specified number of hours
each day whether he wants to o.Onot.
STREETS ARE THROINUED
Refutes Democratic Criticism In
Regard to Free Delivery-Re-
publican Congress Ap-
propriation Last Year
MADE A FLYING START
Henry G Davis Is Campaigning
in Maryland on a Spe-
CumtttlUnd. Mi! . O"' 11.—Henry U.
Davis, democratic vice presidential candi-
date lias made n flying start on his whirl
wind campaign through Maryland and |
West Virginia leaving Baltimore this j
morning on .■ special train over the Baltl- |
more .mil Ohio railroad he has made
an even doaen speeches, arranged the de-
tails of ever j meeting. Introduced his
corps of campaigners to the audiences
In u 11 the West Virginia towns visited, has
struck out vigorously on state Issues,
done the greater part of the talking.
Piedmont. U Va.. Oct II.-Mr Davis
occupied the evening with the people of
Piedmont, where he was at one time sta-
tion agent for the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad. To th« gathering which filled
the local opera house he remarked that
the proudest moment of his life had been
wln-n he was elected to Uie state senate
and every vote cast In Pladmont was for
him. with one single excep^on
Mr Mill and Mr Whytc tuftdc extended
speeches while Senator Dunlel and Na-
tional Committeeman McUraw addressed
a well attended rally at Keysor a few
miles below Pladmont, The special train
was side tracked at Piedmont for the
With Mr. Davis are Senator Daniel of
Virginia, David B. Hill of New York and
e*-GOvernor Whyte of Maryland, besides
a retinue of local candldatea, representa-
tives of the national and state committees
who Join and leave the train as It moves
ser, West Virginia, each of an hour"
duration and several others of half that
time. Many talks were made from the
rear of the private car occupied by Mr.
Davis and his campaigners
The Itinerary for the day Included Roek-
ville and Rrunswick. at which places
there was an escort from the district of
Columbia. furnlAbed by Ave democratic
clubs of that place Harper's Perry,
Shenandoah Junction. Martlnsburx.
Cherry Run, Hancock, Paw Paw. Green-
spring, Cumberland, Keyser and Piedmont
were all points of attack by democratic
Marshalltown, Iowa, Oct. 11—Sena-
tor Fairbanks made here tonight ihe
last of a aeries of ten ipeocheB deliv-
ered since leaving Omaha early this
evening. The day was most successful
both in point of attendance and in
point of interest. While there was no
lack of either at any of 'he rueoiings,
Waterloo supplied the largest attend-
ance and there also wis the highest
pitch of enthusiasm attained. At that
place the senator's voice could not he
heard on the outskirts an I the people
ro thronged the street that it was al-
most impossible for the automobile
in which he was seated to make Us
way to the park.
At Iowa Falls Senator Fairbanks
dwelt upon the prosperity of idj farm-
ers. He said:
"An eminent democratic authority
some time ago, in the hope of pinning
the support of the agricultural vole,
asserted that the republican party ha.I
done but little for the farmers of 'ho
country. He contrasted the expendi-
ture of five or six millions of dollars
for the support of the agriculture de-
partment with the expenditures for the
support of other branches of the fed-
eral service. His statement was not
entirely accurate, though he did not
mean that it should fall short of the
absolute truth. The republican party
has not only appropriated over live
millions for the support of that depart-
ment at the head of which is the great
secretary of agriculture, James Wil-
son, of Iowa, but it appropriated more
than $20,000,000 at the last session Tor
the support of the rurak free delivery
service throughout the United States.
That service is one of the fflflts of re-
publican administration. More import-
WHITNEY HORSES SOLD
continue your self sacrifice in behalf of
the empire which is dear to you us well
um to me."
The correspondent adds that there are
Indications that the Japanese In top-1 m,ik-
ing another assault upon POTt Arthur bo-
fore going Into winter quarters. A dis-
patch from St. Petersburg to a news
agency here snys.-
"In a dispatch to the emperor, General
ant than these are the benefits coming I Stoesstl conflrma jtie report that despe
to the farmers through the beneflcleut '
Fast Mail—No. 116.
East of Kansas City this through sleep-
er will run over the Missouri Pacific Ry
For further particulars and literature of the World s Fair
F. J. BEST, Agent, Guthrie, Okla.
IH'EV WORK WHILE YOU 51^
Russians repairing Manchurian rail-
Why near Harbin.
Changed Name of Play
ChifagO, Oct. H ' Kantana:' a play
running at one of the JocaJ ihoatrwv. 1*
Ised by the stut* deputim
THE FA MOV 8 STALLION MEDLER
New York. Oct. 11.—Fifty horses be-
longing to the estate of the late Wm C
Whitney were sold tonight at Madlron
Square garden lor a total of 1238,900. The
sale ended tonight The entire number
of horses nnld In the two nights were
ninety--lie ami the total amount they
brought w.is $438,060 The average price
for tiie mile was £>.60R
The Imported stallion Meddler was sold
tonight to Matthew Corbett for lol.OOO.
This Is two thousand dollars mote than
the lute Wm, C Whitney paid for the
Meddler was orlgkially owned by Goo.
Abingdon Baird. better known us Squire
Abliitsd'in" the Kngllsh millionaire, and
when the Jlalrd horses were sold, after
their owner's death, Meddlei was bid In
for I72..VW by J Malcolm Forbes, of Bos-
ton, at whose death he was bid in by
gydni'N Paget, acting for M Whitney for
te sorties from Port Arthur
on October 5 and 8 stat. s that the Rus-
sians. with greatly Inferior fort
pulsed the Japanese four "
turcd ten liotchkiss gun
operation of the policies of the repub-
At Waterloo, Senator Allison and
Former Speaker Henderson occupied
seats on the platform while Senator
Fairbanks spoke, and both made
speeches there alter the vice-presiden-
tial candidate took his departure.
Rockwell City, Iowa, Oct. 11.—Repre-
sentative Smith repeated at Denison
his prediction that Senator Fairbanks
would be the next republican nominee
for the presidency and the remark was
enhanced by the .'act that Denison is
the home of Secretary Shaw, who is
himself considered a probable candi-
date for the first place on the ticket in
1908. The prediction w,as received
with some applause.
Fort Dodge. Iowa. Oct. 11.—Fort
Dodge being the home of 8enator Dol-
liver, Senator Fairbanks here referred
in complimentary terms to the Iowa
senator. He discussed the monetary
question, saying that eight years ago
tne democratic party had been mistak-
en in its predictions about sliver as !NATIONALIST NEWSPAPER ATTACKS
It had been mistaken abif.it all other """'"n™ l'i",s
questions. He congratulated the peo-
ple of Iowa for their position In favor
of the gold standard.
UNION MEN SENTENCED
BIGHT TEAMSTERS OF NEW HAVEN
GO TO JAIL.
Now Haven, Conn , Oct. 11.-Eight <>f
the nine union teamsters who were con-
victed in the superior court lust spriug
on the chart* <>r conspinacy In bringing
about a teamsters strike here were to-
day sentenced to three months In the
county Jail. Orrln J. Stockford, the ninth
man was defuulted. This imposition of
sentence ends one of the most notnble
cases brought before the Connecticut
courts growing out of a labor strike. After
a Jury had found all nine men gull'%y -an
uppeal to secure a new trinl w*s r<jK« n t.>
the supremo court. The finding was ad-
verse to them. The state attorney con-
sented to let the men work throughout
the summer so that they coul^ provide
for tlivfr families.
ACCUSED OF JUGULINU
ENCAMPMENT IS OVER
No Contests This Time
Awards for Good Conduct
to Be Announced Later
THE GOVERNOR OK PARIS
Paris. Oct. 12.—A nationalist newspaper
organ asserts that the commltal for trial
by court martial on October of D'Aut-
rlche and other officers accused of fal-
sifying the secret service accounts was
noi the work of the minister of war. but
of General Desslrier. governor of Paris,
who seeks to give them an opportunity to
clear themselves publicly, despite the con-
clusions of the investigating officers that
their offenses were covered by th
cree of amnesty In the Dreyfus cane. The
whole Interest In the case turns
the allegation that tampering w
counts was don. with the object
coaling the fact that payments were made
to witnesses In the trial of Captain Drey-
fus at Rennets.
K. OF P. TEAMS DO WORK IN RIT1TAL
A fittihK close to the business of yes-
rday's session of the grand lodge was
je competitive drill, consisting of work
In the fourth degree. The competing
is were from Perry, Oklahoma City,
Chandler. Among the members of
Perry team were F. C. Side.*. H. S.
Johnston, John Knix, J. K. Shanafelt, W.
I'. Madam. J H. Stout and other enthusi-
astic workers. Among those competing
fiom < Oklahoma City were 1. Ness, tj. a.
Paul, a. D. Mumlln. J.W. llason. P. Peter-
Frank ItoHon, Richard Parker and
others Among the competitors from
'handler were H. C. Rrunt, C. A llorr.
V C. Woolf. Chas. .P. Wilson. J . 11. C.
Stetman, P L. tMman. Wm. Mulllna and
one of * ;5
homa City; t
* were offered, one of J100.
nd the third, of JIG. Th-
iwarded: First prize, Okla-
econd prize, Chandler; third
The work of all was good.
SECRET IS OUT
VON Bt'ELOW'3 MISSION TO PACIFY
POPE AND KING.
London. ( 't i-. The Tines Vienna cor-
respondent learns from a source that he
cnii.odfis worthy of • consideration that
the main object of Chancellor Von Bue-
low's conference with the Italian premie.-,
Slgnor (liolltti. was to endeavor to per-
suade the King of Italy to encourage the
pope's friendly advances toward a good
understanding with the Italian govern-
ment. Hitherto .King Victor Emmaauel
has not reciprocated papal advances, but
Germany Is anxious, the correspondent
says, to Improve the occasion of the blrtli
of an heir to the Italian throne. wh)-e
baptism might be given a political Mgnlti-
cance all the greater In view of the pres-
ent rupture between France and the vntl-
MR. HAY TO SPEAK
the Japanese minister at Wellington, ap-
peared'on the list of characters and r
c.ently some Japanese students whi wl
net-sed ihe play- died a prot?st with C
state department. 1'he mmager of ti
theatre today recehed a note from A.- .... , .
si stunt Secretary of Htate Adee In regard , to think of getting In coal for the winter.
"*"" You'll save money by -buying now; coal
Business . University,
It Superior to That Given In Ai
Similar School In the South.
This statement may seem a little over-
drawn to the person who In not fa-
miliar with the work that Is actually be-
ploys teachers of nation-
The tone of the note
diplomatic and courteous, but the sug-
gestion was emphatic that the name of
the Japanese minister should be removed
from the cast. The manager of the thea-
ter was impressed and tonight another
name was substituted.
Is usually cheaper In the summer-surely | tlvely the strongest in the entjre south
Is at my plsce. It is cleaner.
EVEN GREEK PRIESTS ARE KILLED
Athens. Oct ti The following *en.'-
offldnl statement has been Issued
"Hardly a day pusses without aa^Hssina-
tlons of Greeks by Uulffarrens being re-
ported from Macedonia This vlfitae of
Brote. neat Snvnastalr. an orthodox i#i« <t
wes murdered while he ceirSftling
mass, and his wife was t>O0-nod alfve In
her name A Greek QOtnble jr*1* tfco as-
sassinated In tin charch. The oujtvt of
these cilmes Is to i-noflie iroflli into
declaring themselves to bejnemi"?^ of the
Bulgarian committees, thereby f*W|ng to
mnke the Bulgerifln element a predomi-
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City. Okla.. Oct., 11. -With th«
sham battle this afternoon,'the encamp
I merit of the Oklahoma national Kuards
tame to a closn this evening. There were N1PEG WEKE I'KbiKu
I no company contests this year as has Winnipeg. Man. Oct. 11 i i
been the custom In the past but each destroyed thrw< of the it nest
company will he credited with Its conduct blocks In thlH clt>. ontailli.f a loss
In the camp and the manner in which It least $800,000. For. a time the fla
has taken tare of Its apparatus, etc 'I
uwards will be announced later in a K
era! order bv the adjntart general. 'I
troopa will leave In tho morning
TO ADDRESS MASS MEETING IN BE-
HALF OF I'RE81DEN'n
New York. Oct. 11.—John Hav, «c?re-
tary of state has notified Ale\awd v I.
Mason .republican leader < f the Twenty-
ninth assembly district, that he wili he
pre ' lit and spenk for'l*resldent Roosevelt
at the republi-an mass mtetJig In Car-
n-'gie hall on the evening of October 26,
th« Herald will say tomorrow: -'Pre-I-
■ 'writ Roosevelt for a time was a memhcP
<if the regular republican orgtulsation of
—1 the district It Is Intended a'.so to Tiave
THREE Bl'SlNESa blocks 1* win- MUhml <lcnrn.l m,.ody_Hnd hj« prtdo.
AN $800,000 FIRE
Senator Knox of Peiansvlvanla, at
[The "Garland" is pre-eminent in every point of
tmalorial, workmaoihip, strength, beauty, service, con-
I venience, economy of fuel. But one quality, and thnt
Jthe best Sold by first class dealers everywhere.
The "Garland" Oft* laatfe Has No Equal
| Manu'at hired only by The Mlcklfaa Slave Coapuy Detroit Chicago
JUrseM Mukon t itt"« u< Rui* la the WorM.
I NM rnmmm Mlfii PtoTia* C*r4>
Oklahoma City. OkUt.. Oct. 11.—Reports
reached tills city this evening that a sec
ond rls** tn the South Canadian river ha«l 1
, begun in the mountains In Colorado and
'was coming down the river with great
force. It Is said that alLcrews now doing
I repair work on the bridges have been ]
ordered to suspend operations and tie ]
he bridges fast so that they could not be ;
cashed away again.
BACK FROM Thfc WAR
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS AGAIN
ON AMERICAN SOIL
Victoria, H C . Oct ti My the Canadian
Pacific steamer Empress of Jtiban there
arrived from Japan, Mr and Mrs Rich-
ard Harding Davis New York Mr and
Mrs Freikr.ek Psltoer, K F Knight of
Loudon and George Lynch also of Lmdon.
Mr Knight will return to the front next
spring He and F'< l>-#lol< Palmer were
with General Kurukl's army In the L.ao
Yang campaign and speak Highly of the
treatment they received from the Japa-
nese staff Roth Knight and Paiinsr say
that If Kuropatkln persists In his south-
ward movement they believe he will have
his armies destroyed. The two correspond-
ents *ay the Russian force at present In
Manchuria Is no match for the Japanese
and that a succession of Rnswian disas-
ters may be confidently expected for a
good while yet.
to spread to adjoining building and
i lint for the splendid work ol the tire brig
I *do a much larger money damage would
have been Incurred The tire started In
' tin new Pullman Block which was to-
• — Ashdown Hardware
One Candidate Left Off.
While Set i
f Its kind
Hacked by the ttames. Many explosions
,-ere caused by powder and cartridge*
a it led in thf stock of the Hardware com-
.nv hut no one was injurtsl The Rlalto
ti the Great Northern telegraph
paring his tick,
the state si tti today It VU'd leered
that the candidate for attorney-genial
had been left off the ticket Ah the time
fot tilii u nominations expired last Sun-
I day. it is doubtful If Galen's name can he
I placed on the ballot. He will institute
i mandamus proceedings in. the supreme
i court. e
Houses Built About a Circle.
Salt Lake Herald.
Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes Is planning to
outdo all her other building projects In
Salt l.ake In the Improvement of the
magnificent block of ground purchased for]
her some time ago at the crown of the;
First street hill. No definite Information |
will be given out as to the cost of other !
details of the Improvement, but the plan
Includes the erection of twenty-four beau-
tiful modem homes on the block to cos
not less than J 150,000.
The feature of the Improvement tha*
will make this enterprise stand out Tor
years as one of the attractions of the city
will be the scheme of arrangement for the
twenty-four homes to be erected. They
will be built in the form of a circle front-
ing on a beautiful private park in the
center. Opening Into this park will be pri-
vate entrances so that the public will be
excluded and all the pleasures of the place
reserved for the occupants of the homes
on the block. This 1« an arrangement tha*
has come Into vogue In the more fashion-
able quarters of some of the Eastern
cities, but . nothing tiner than Mrs
Holmes's block will be found anywhere on
the contlnnet west of Chicago.
The ground-upon which this Improve-
ment is to be made its' historical. It was
set apart in early days by Brigham Young
a? the site for a theological seminary for
the Mormon church, A few years ago an
arrangement was made by which the prop
erty was transferred to the Latter Day
Saints university on the understanding
that the trustees of that Institution would
erect a memorial building to Brigham
Young in connection with their temple
Just east of the temple. The ground was
sold to Mrs. Holmes and the proceeds of
the sale were used in the erection of the
memorial building opposite the temple.
Isfactory In every way. —
fill your orders at any time. I do It so
luletlv that you'd never know It had hap-
pened but for the great big money's worth
you'll have In your bin. No trouble, no
annoyance. Come and order what • you
N. F. CHEADLE,
Phone ft "1 he Goal Man
That Is why the graduates of*the South
western Business University get the larg-
est salaries paid to any busTnes
thousands of ambitious young men and
young women who are willing to give the
time and labor necessary to train thee
brain to fit themselves for higher posl<
Young manl Young womenII Are
getting paid what you .are worth?.
you not working as hard as thousands
who draw five tmv~
times the salary that you
CHILDREN A SPECIALTY
H. Milam, stating that you have read this
article he will credit you with five dol-
lars (16 00) on a scholarship.
A sociologist, having resolved to go to
the bottom of things, disguised himself t
a cal>horse#and discovered that the hca^
ler the driver behind the greater ti
sense of uplift, or exaltation, through the
This led him to suspect that no man
is without Its Joys for those who
to live It.
"The world Is a good old world, after
all!" eh exdalined, in cHafrrt? -nd ho-..
ed his manuscripts and went into trada
Tom Braidwood and John Savage are
kh< h* ivei county candidates .for appoint-
ment as register of the Woodward land
office, whl'-h place became vacant by the
death of F. D. Healy.
Cures a Cold in One Day,
ember Lhe Full .Njune ^
i One Day, Crlpin 3 Days
RETREAT OF jCOSSACKS TO HARBIN
HER TOUCHING MESSAGE TO GARRI-
SON AT PORT ARTHl'R
London, Oct 12.—The Dally Telegr.iph's
Che Foti c.u respond" nt says that the fol-
lowing touching message has been re-
ceived from the empress of Russia In re-
sponse to a congratulatory mesaago from
the garrison of Port Arthur.
"I am deeply impressed by your noble
message With all my heart and soul
1 ain with you this day—you, the bravo
defenders and sufferers of Port Arthu
, v God will glv«
k .S# ■ \M. 'J&OAfci. . . -
The Cossack in eplte of his acknowledged prowess Is not always a winner. The Jaded appearance of some ol
ieae veterans, photographed recently as they entered Harbin, shows tue reverse aldo of the character which is
rength"ti> ' supposed to be always pulsaan' and victorious. —•— - .
'4 Boarding Stable.
♦ Cor. Vino and Cleveland.
♦ 'Rates Reasonable.
0 Special Attention
6 # Given to Boarders
♦ N. B. Smith, Prop.
:> Chas. GardnSr Mgr.
^ Both Phonos, Np. 44
$25.00 t0 California, one
wiy, daily, September
15 10 October 15. Good
in Tourisf Sleepers,
berth rare extra
F. J. BF.ST, Agent.
\ PARLOR MAGNET. ,
Is no good If it doesn t draw. Your
daughter may be a drawing card, hu
if gho hasn't the kind of a piano she
ought "to have, she will be a long tlnv
OUR ELEGANT PIANOS,
are regular parlor magnets and^help
tho daughter hasten the engagement
We will b«11 one on time or cash and
give your money back if you aren't
satisfied. Our pianos are all guaranteed,
both as to quality and price.
E. H. KNAUSS,
Visit the Old Homestead
• VIA . .
On September 6th. 13th,• 20th, 27th,
i '.d October TI, round trip tickets will
be sold at the very low rate of
To* nearly all Indiana and Ohio
points also certain destinutlona in Ken-
All ticket j limited to thirty days
from date .of sale for return.
i urthcr detaljs will be cbeerfullp
furnished' on application to nearest
Frlact System, ticket agent or sddro.ss
C W. STRAIN, I) P, A.,
I 2, a and 4 Bafaforg Bulla-
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f. pec l si sttsntion glvsn to lbs
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L> books of a mcroantllo cbsrsstor.
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5 ccmni.nioners. Logan sountyl
u Uo«rd of county eommlsaionira,
3 Dewey county; Boarg of county
? commlsslonets. Blalna counVyi any
bank In Outhrla.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 148, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 1904, newspaper, October 12, 1904; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc125621/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.