The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 295, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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Till' OKI \Hh\1\ STATK CAPri'AI- KltlRW MOBMVfi. MARCH U. IfOS.
MAKF A PLAY
l.j Analysis That Solve the Sc-
cret of Melodrama t
| "QUICK, THE WILL"
! Phrases ind Situations Mt'ithoui
i Which the Thriller Cannot
Exist-ShufTle Them and
an Jn working die**
II und Strike* the
•man miuitrely In bin
i all pari* of the
you all ike till*
Jt I Suniuis city U'jr.
1 Tb«' «|young
J l« *h flail noble
Win#-flunked t ••••
Th • XUNIp fb « k ft
I | lhiu > lo the *c*l e.
£ ••!*> what rlgiu <
I fiiHii *"
JThe j'lung nan In blur flannel «trMlfl'• -
1«.nn If ready to r.p-ui tin* «to e uml
■ crl « defl*ntl>:
••Hv Ihe rlrfbi of any man to defend lite
ionor ..f a true American woman'
• «iio of the tboumnul* who have wni« It
ft thin haokti- yed seeio- upon a hundred
||tafnn and 111 a hundred piti)*- who cou|.l
IlW>t HeMit.K •• 1 «
I the roaring gnllerlea began in culm Ihrm
liehti, plan In hla mind from start " f'n
wliole rlp-ioarlni. red-hot melo-
f drama" Vllllau* thai frowned, ihundtr
Itlormx iitfl lo •-"'i'
£*•««enve* that llanh like the Jugged llght-
S*lng \Vii> the Instd ration for tndle-s
ITlodrnmax I" hi rt f'"w worda. "I he
|mmhi i la dead. now for the child!
"Quick, the will! Now the> air at our
thoae paper* or die' '
• ax the hero atigg'TM In. clothing
•hreda. face covered with blood. hut
fth pistol leveled at th" villain. "No.
while Clyde I)a. lug lived to defend
'Without them* linen, how could a melo-
l>e aucceaaftil. with them, how
FrTakr the stock phraaea, ahake them up
hat. arrange them In the order In
lllch they fall out—this la Ihe recipe for
t'p'.M\. Throw them all buck, ahake thsm
win. dump Ihem out. and >ou have an-
ther play. And wo on Infinitely
lay for Inatance. the potpourri was
taken up and the first phrase to fall out
!m that fine, old sentiment "Not rich
fcough to xteal ." Hood. Hint's the title
• the play Now shape them up a?uln
I see what you have:
*'Are you cure no our can nee uy here?"
''•Quite mire. '
hutting your eyes you see the crafty
Win msetlng hla chief accomplice In a
(tilei nook and the latter ready to divulge
i fact that he has the stolen papers.
• recover) of which will keep the he o
copied intll a lew mlnuiea before the
• of the last act.
IflMn 1 belle my feeling* for 1 am nils
able n li-*er-i Mil! It aeems I shall go
ad! What vhaII I do?
"What shall I do?"
Can't you see that the dark complexion-
villain has her 111 his power and lias
tried til lie pleasunt by remarking on how
wight she Is looking ibis morning?
"1 would do anything in the world to
►take you happy
Was thsie ever a villain that didn't say
llbls? Was there ever a maiden In dlstie>«
Pthat did i. i anawei
"If you love me. lea\e me leave nie
F,iiid never mention this to me again!"
"Oh. how that makes me hate you-
•the you. detest you. hate you"'
[ When ahe alams the door after her what
I there left for the villain lo sa> but.
"Damn you. I'll teach you that I tan
"Al least 1 will show her In her true
"She muwt be mlne!'<
[The villain Is always convinced of this
« the aobblng victim of Ills schemes goes
off th' «tage how'.tng
Then be uora know nil'
tne letter falling tier lo-nelrsa
gragp I***.. wlt^ hW millions, knowrs
that i *w4ias ma.ro-d < num.. • siyep ]
'N«W f*i i look *10'
•"•li t you that as •- the^ii r
thruata bla head In the dooi th- villain |
lie la tracking Will bat U off atal lea\« 1
m aeawsleaa in (In but nit A building
•rak - that and lh«t and that and thai.
Vow the Mllafns a • k« ttlng H light and
' from t Me hands t.f little Jlnun Jon-
ho has tracked them to thel. lull
rear ilng the stalw.nts wl.
I \et hold toe mcssag< *SN ho will tak-
•I will1 '
The old drunken appb woman throw*
ff her dlaftiise tad John Can. the dr
x'tlve, apiear- selies the nrerlous |rtipei
from the oound antl haiuh uffed mraseng i
and Is off on love s dhlne udveniute
||rr« ire ■ few to l e found It any prop
• rly .mistt f 'teil m''l' Arami< I n« \ slam
-i Iiffllug *111 "Ut limit and innk.- aen^'
■•in ie tod ; a ■ collection Try them:
Slight f-allin^ Off For Janu-
ary and February
LIVESTOCK ARL FEWER
a li-ad i t : <3 Wlthdi tWills f"i tfid
period- an ..nted t.. 7t ka> h. jd, !«
«tl and 1:'M.-a l. r«spei thel
• eipta of wheal ul ti - forr -prln*
it m.i> Miti'.eapwlls. Mllw.-
Dul l .ititl «*•;i ng■ * totaled 113.-
♦ bushels f< i the - ^roii frotT An
1. lftul to*Ptl IHM r « Ml ot \ ■
V..§_*>.;<> buabela arrived at Minn*
:..€«.:a> l.tisbela a« Milwaukee
* bufhel- .it tHiluth and 11 .M.\'>
els at i*tin it-- The total ret .-lpts
leas fuin markrla fur u .-imilar |>rilo<)
February Weather Conditions
Were Also Extremely Unfa-
vorable to Heavy Movements
of Livestock o r Cirain
and In 1M2-J
In the shipm<
largely due. i>
trop of Ihe |iast ■
lug the greateri
tiled t< 11T.r.l?. *« bt
ilit ate a ''ti ■: "lilrt .• h|i
: 11* of thr current s<
doubt, to the ahoil
ei . .\|lnnea(tolls
[ n alight gain,
rkels i f r 'leil".
! ttli >«.iln 1 nll« I Htait
clvnl Kldon. but the>
Hit honest living «omi
h'ng that >
l'i oil uct h of the
eportcd to the depart-
luid la hot ihrougli It a
of Statistic*, preftont. In the ug-
• .1 .lecrease for Janaury n id F'eh-
lf enmparrd Willi similar move-
for 1WM. although In a numb- / of
Dibtith and MUwa
■ tei* aloue Indlcatl
fie winter wheat I
|,.titis. Detroit and 1\<inaga Cliy the to
lal receipts Of this cereal aggregated 15
3a3.7."d bushels from Jaiuai v I. 1IKM. in
Ft bniary >. !!* • Kor n similar period
ill the lffQ-04 -eason the total arrival^
amounted to • '. !!U.i M bushels and In l'."<.-
n;!, i .*."13,ar>fc bushels The decrease for
the present season as Indicated l>> these
comparison* was canted by a shrink at*.
In nvolpts at all of the ma kets named.
Trade With Japan is Interest-
ing to Analyze
LESS GOES WHEN HIGH
Prices are Governing Factor in
the Market for American Cot-
ton in the Orient and Indicate
Wunhli.jlon, u. i
f cotton cloths to i
In tin first
from the t'nltcd
months of tlu*
• Hlop i Ight w here \
y >ur dirt \ work a* l<
rout h o.ie hair of tlat
head and I will blow
"Traitor! dog" Yo
mi are I have doll' ,",,l
u as 1 am going to I ' •'
poor git I s Innofeni | the
\ on Into eternity.' "1 '■
sliMll answer to me ten
not de.id lllee the ho-pilal pall'
stagger 111 to d scoiicert the ardent wt
-Mike Tlgu. bungled
and I have returned to put
la It really Ills
Weather conditions daring I'ch- |
•specially In the middle weat and
;hWest, wei ex11enielunfavor-
a free-train movement, the ln-
ten-e cold.ami heavy .-nows causing nu- |
moons delays and blockade*
The remarkable low corn rates to the
Atlantic seaboard and the (lulf. which
prcvai>d dining the grea.cr part of Feb-
ruary. did not have the effe t o!' stimu-
lating t<io shipment* of thla cereal to the
extent exutcled. "nil heavy
grain receipt*, a*
HOOD'S >:«r*a|tinilia i-> tin* nifdi-
cine for ini|inrt; liltwul. pruption*.
weakness ami gfnci'al firbilii> -it
iMjgitivcly uutl al olutely CURES.
present fiscal year broke all previous re.
olds, and indlialc that our total e porlb
lo t"hlit t during the twelve tnoutbr end-
ing June :# next will rejeh the uupret«
i cntiil figure of g> million dollars, while
to the Orient, as u whole, ilv total will
probably approximate 1.70 inlUlon dollars
in value. These conclusions are based up-
on flgii'n- Just compiled by the depart-
ment of commerce and labor through Its
lean ' : statistic.- which show that out
exports to Asia and Oceania In the eight
month.- eiidInK with |**ebrut>i y. I.e.have
amounted to (£. J3.I1pratl ica 11 y equul
10 the total shown by the full twelve
montha of the fiscal year 1 M. and exceed-
11 g the total for the eight months of any
BRING YOUR SHAPE HERE.
Uv (Jod! am 1 nu«d
II not occur lo her that by turning
l,er e>es In tie direction whence the
Hounds COIge she Ilia \ have the testimony
„f e.cH to help volve the mystery.
At last she turns her lead.
• My husband!"
M> own wile. Nellie' j
AI..« mi,vi I the hi i'i.estraj rag tlmo ot
nib- much smaller than tlist of u
| month's of the prevlo.i* year: but It
would be hard lo determine whether this
J fail had or had not a restrictive ^ffect
sold I upon the free distribution of this cereal,
ikla ! I.lve stock receipts dining the month
i,ecu a monc\ of February at the tnarketa of Chicago,
maker «lld Hie Hull. I bo>« li"W llwlr K IU«. I'll), ijra.!.,., HI Ij."I . un.l S<
knnvlPill- t.r ililnRi. wln'n tlicy | Jowph lut*lf.l -..7WT.1.T- lifud, In contra«t
, ' .' iwltli iM'Kd for u «lmi;«r month
"\\ imk.imli. k. on.- th' 'li'1"' II""1' : I" I"" "l"1 '" i'1 11
..ni,., ,,t irrrllury nn.l It. twii Inonttn'liillll* Kfl "Ul > Jl luU.1 111.'
Luktnt lui-ln.'*" I«i nl*'.i> I""" ii'i.t.'"! I Mork HrrlvulH ;it tli'«' Ave nmrk.ti. crc
h\ the feet 111 til-- peanut gallet v sci
ling ft r the light of day again
The Hank <d Waukomis has hem
to the Butler Bros of Ringwood.
Thla bank has alwu>
WHKELKR WIU'OX THINKS
GIRLS CAN'T 1XJVE.
New Orleans. Mar ju.—"Next to
in i marriage divorce is ihe best Instllu- preceding fi
iiiupared with those Of tlOli mail pOSJteHhCH." U was with th;.-t lMor to the pi.vent li : ti year o: r cx- ;
j anna i > occtirred at Me more prominent epigram thai Ella Wheeler Wilcox, j pons to Asia n al Oceania had never so i
Atlantic ami (lulf ports, although such 1 who Is visiting New Orleans, began much .• i• • • ii« >1 ICO mllibni. saw in the j
movement*, with the exception of those 1 an interview on ihe divorce question, j ,.N,. ,>tlonal year l> . when the total >%..
to I'hlladelphhi and Baltimore, both for f Although the writer aaltl that she bo- p>\ million doll ns as compared with $• '.
Februarv ind for the first iw.. months j Heved in many cases divorce was a • in im<7. $7- .:i."..lT* In 1IW. $«♦-* « Mis J
t.f til. i nrren. year, w-.'e Ki.ntly in ex good thing ill that it furnished relief | I,, p., ,,ud IW" :«.s in l « t whil. f-r
t.f what th.. were for correspond- j to suffering women. «he cleploreti the t the eight claps-d luontbs in the present ,
It.g periods In 1!SM. The prevailing price i growing tendency to regarrt divorce 'j fiscal year the total has al eudy real bed :
or.'i dming Ihe past tw'o months was ; lightly, ami said that it should be re- j the unexampled figure of I : j , t
I gardod Just as sacred a step as mar- The pri.icipal oil -ntal countr-ie- whu i:
riage. She added that, in Iter opinioa nds • . l j million dollars' worth ««f tr< r-
lite most potent cause of divorce was imndis. «.i exported ate ('hlnc. •> mil
lhar the modern girl did not know j lion .i dlai ; Japan. . mlllh : , British
how to love. ' She said thai with the \u>:raia*ia. i; ; mlilit n Hongkong
proper knowledge of true love the i c.- a b s mllllors; British K tst lndl< 5
number of divorces would decrease LQ millions, m l th- I'ldiipplnes. abou. l J
a remarkable extent. millions.
To ( hlna our exports duting the elrjht
COLDS CAUSE SORE THROAT. , months under review tow t remarkabh
laxative Bromo Quinine, the world wide gain ov r p.-evlous years, being S millions
Cold and Orlp remedy, removes the cause. ■ ,,, the pi'.-.-nt fiscal > n to dale, a-
Call for the full |iamo_and,look for alg- : (IR.llnsl, . inmioni, for the san.e period
! -If last year. 15 1-: millions for the cor-
The Tall Man
is often seen with ;i ('.nit lour
mel'os too short ju the t nil, a in I
two inelii s too low at the col-
lar, sleeve.-, ju^t belt>w , the el-
1 low, and trousers oniling at
The Short Man
while it-- iust the satne, only
it's different. The situation is
We give special at tention
to fitting these "irregular
sizes'1 and have suits for all ol
them. Cheviots and mixed
Cassimcres, neat I}' tailored, and cut to fit all forms.
$10.00 to $2 0.00
We've great relief in >tore for these men who ''never can get fitted."
Bring your shape here, pir!
We're Working for
your Good Will.
Our Prices tell
head in ! •:.. C.OTl.ftl'.' bead In 1W4. '
and i.J.T.OI head ill 1** ' «lf the present
year's total, hogs tonstltuted _'f l..MT ■
head, sheep l.:;w .'iil head, and cattle 1,- |
1 m.Ooj bead
At riilcugo live stock fcceipts during ,
February totaled 1.3M.KM h< ad being
about head lighter thuii a siltnlai
movement in 1004. but somewhat In excess
of that for li* ;l. Shipments for the
natur. of K. W. drove.
by the, close observers of th g'ssl bank
The Butler Bros , are bankers of long
time experience both In Kansas and
Oklahoma They originally began I lie
banking business in Barnes. Kan um' af
terwards organised the Belleville Stat.
bank of Belleville. Kan In I'M* the
came to Oklahoma and t^nri *d the Mil
hall State bank and the following voai
they orgatdaed the Bank of Itingwood. ; uitaleil head In 1M*". and head
u bank that 11* mad. .i most i hie ;ll f iti. Be. .-lpts ol live stor k at tills mar- c I qmjc Map XcllS AbOUt
itniiding up a atrong line « r «'/• ; u.-t (m th< n it iw-- ttionths "i the curj I
Tiii* i.ank i ii.-i i" mi. m 1,1 How the President Dresses
■ OE CASTRO
responding month.-; of I'jcj. and !<>mil
lions i.i the same months of I!**'. At th'
present rule of exportation
• a China will reach fully to million doll
for the f ill fiscal year, which ends thre
months hence. Cotton tilths e.iuirlbut
more than half the totul value of oi
sales to China. In 10 our exports durln
the firs: eight months of the fiscal yc.i
i<mounted to ltl.2 million dollars, and <
this value ii.2 millions represcnled ti
value uf the l.'V! million yardi- r.r cott-i
something. Mr. Maalersnu. blushing the purpose of selecting i!" I' Nt
-lightly, said that he didn t mind n 1 l>«u K - < be used in the public schools
he did. On the way over Mr Master or Louisiana for the next live year0.,
son complained thai the New York (Ion. Louis (Juion. chairman of the
hotels aren't so quiet as they used to hisiol-v commitlee of ihe I'nitcd Con-
be. He volunteered the fun her infot federate Veterans, as well a attor-
mation that Mrs. Mas ten. on enjove I ne.v general of the stat. appeared
the trip from Hot Springs very much .before the board and(called attention
. What will you have Mr. Masterson ' to a number of errors and niisstaie-
r\u / - i,nfinhfr r Vi* Mllrf Mked th® jnarshal M that nan
"U"|"|®| Wd5> I bar tender who regd the tapei ad tion espet i
and Formal as New York Ied. Hla mouth llew open aqd and geographies, which he claln
i reached automatically tor the strong je:| placed the southern people In a
est grade of whiskey and the cayenne | wrong light before the world. The ob-
' pepper box. j jections were as to the statements in
I think. ' said the stranger fronijiegard to ihe introduction of slavery
into their country.
The Confederate Veteran organiza-
tion lias so far succeeded in securing
WAS If RtALLY
the west in his somber antl unlet
"that I'll have something li^ht. I
I «5e New De?r,y ,^r^alI^"">''
lemonade and put • little linger .ai-•
Into it." Was this Hat Masfrsoii
Mr. Masterson was as
i-ial secret work for
______ Slates district attorney
nothing set ret doing
New York, Mar. JO.—The New i waR told that be might
York Sun. in describing the scene of j report In the moraine
Was Sworn in He Would
Not Smoke or Drink
every change it demanded in the text
hooks used in the public schools of
alway* being able and prepared I" ; Wl,lch were yomewbat nmuller n...n .t.«-
nocommodute borrowerx if the\ could ; numlier r. t elved for a like period In 1!*M.
give the aerurlty •' A Butler In iuesi-j,„lt ,x.eeded a similar movement fo:
•lent and H * Butler I* .ashler and the ,,, . Hhlpments for the two months
aame olhcerw will manage the Bank of Wii.oi:. head in T5U.1.V. bead In I'.ku. j
Waukomis. The Butler Bior have al- „ .,v. Uen<j tn
waya been men of high Integrity and hits- , total Inbound
IneHN honor and wherever they *■> tlieli tmk H, |,0ula during' February
word In uk good a* their bond I hey nan amounted to Ill'J.oSH head hi lV ". :ii'<.'lM
alway * taken front rank In all puhll. iM%acl In HUM. ami .I.5.W* head in lfttt. Ship-
ments for the month, which an ounted .to
PLliM COLOR CI OTHES
•nterpriaea. pushing their locfclllles to
the front and at the same time are re- .
gurd.d as-very sound and conservative,
I h nket's The \ are also interested t"
aome extent In banks at Homestead
Snyder and Klgln. Okla They and tlieli
relatives control this chain of batiks.
Garfield county adds one more ilrst-
eluss banking Institution to Its present
Pat II I- a good thing to au<
, |)| men interested in *n> t>-wn A
man who makes money for himself usual-
ly helps th. town, and the people of Wail
komls and Uartleld county are to he con
gi atiifctled in Retting so sin .•••ssful a hris
of hankers interested in tlieli place
1 Odd Attire and Funny House of
the Little Man in Venezula
Who Distuabcs the Ciov
eminent so Much
lis. Mm XI.ii lIi > 1'ipsi.i* n' '' s
iieznela, whose real or funcie.
on the Monroe doctrine are cans
eru at Washington. Is distinguish
rs n plum-colored IT
Hording to Theodore
office in the t'arlet.
s ret antl) i et ui aed •
IN NEED Of
S u p p I ies
Do yon know yon can save
considerable money by mak-
ing out a complete list of
goods needed In your schools
and ask ing us to make you a
bid on it?
We handle School I)c>ks, Blackboards, Charts and < .lol>e>
School Registers, Warrant Books School Hons- Records,
School Board Records, all School Blanks, Crayons, hrasns
Pens. Pencils, Inks, all sorts of Writiug i>aper-Kverythin?
needed in the School Room. Please send tis a list oi ^11
you need for the School Year.
Our Bid will get you the Best Goods at Prices Lower than yov
can get them from any other H oute.
The Great ^
School Supply House
of Oklahoma and
Indian Territory :::
Don't Place Ymr Order for Good*
till you get oar Prices.
FRANK H. GRKER
in-.'II head, were smaller than thoae for
a Ilk.- month of 1!H I but largely iu exoens
of a similar movement In 1W. D uitiR
tiie first two montha of the preaent \etii sji I..
teealplH Of live Stock at thla elt> agare- i t. ..r
Ha ted 706,112 head. In contrast with 71!*.- i deslR.i:
•K'. head Iu hx.l and .* l".:tl4 be.ul iu l ti. ins vol
Withdrawula for the mime periods were ej in
123.17? head III 1>'.. 1113 .'«!* head in l!H i and | he we
W.W8 head In l!«':: * «ult. i
Kansas I'ity live stock re. elpts for the I has ai
second month of the present year totaled 1 who h
IM..H41 l>eail ..nil unlike the movement! \merican trip
nt either Chicago or St. Louis, were «-ome- Kvery other offlv i.. i v
wliat In excess of similar arrivals for auela." M Marx said i
both lf)>H and 1 >;'. The eain indicated j reported, was gat-hod it
was largely attributable to heavier nla.'k clothing. Hv• i Casti
movement of sheep, as hogs and cattle of a ahade I have never suen worn li
both show .i loss If compared with'ti.e j oth.-i man. He wore a " j k silk h.t
jfot receipts. Shipments for tin month t Ills plum-colored Vonume.
w.-r 7it.li;: head, being less thiiu t like,1 Castro looks Ilk* the liewspape
movemetn foi but greater than that I tnr.-s of him. H< 1 - a little niati• \
for t't-;: The iotal receipts of live atock I bla.-k heard When w. we^c .it i'i
•ti this city for the first two months I we heard nothing of his • •• i| wi
of the \ enent v *ar amounted to 71 f Kngllsh and Herman debtors and v
head, mid were In excess ot .t llk> move-j not suspect from ! ih appearance i.
clot ha Mohl 111 the Chines
1&0." our exports to China *
stated, for the l'irat eight months of the
' fiscal year, a total of 28..1 million dollars,
j and of this sum iu 12 million dollars rep-
' resented the value of th .'•<< million yarilg
J of cotton clot its exported from the l/nlted
Stales that* country
To Japan, which stands second In the
purchase of American iner-lotndlse i.y
oriental countries, our exports during th
eiglit months endittt v\ith Febr
*d a nf-w big
in 1!«"2. and W.1WJ.S69 in 1 SJ«. ihe fit;
ires ill eat It case relating to the first
eight months of the year While cotton
cloths form the principal item In oui ex-
pot ta to China, raw cotton contributes by
far the largest Item in our cxiiorta to
Albert .la-pan, though the quantity fluctuates
who i considerably from year to year, according
igned tn spe-
A there \va-'
ko liotuo and
His pay be-
sterday. hut he started off wi'h
... ....atlon He signed all the rolls
yesterday. Intimates thai the "terror I f(MJk aM l|)e 0fric*ial« o^.thH. received
of the plain. ' was the ndldcst man I his badge and floated tin Broatlwa.
In the Hweariug
• Bat" Masterson j ^an
j also establlshei
ord. beltik went
iii the room It says:
At. o'clock yesterday afternoon <i
(corps or war correspondents and spe-
' eial commissioners stood in L'niteti
• States .Marshal HetiUel's office wail-
ing. As they waited they talked in
awesome whispers of Billy the Kid
and Black Bart and the cousin that
west and wrote home about
Dead wood. The door opened and a
mldle-sizer. niidle-aged gentleman,
plump and benevolent of face, entered
the room. Nobody notiood him until
he walked up to the marshal antl said i
in a timid, shrinking voice with a 1
base ball accent:
"Is this the marshal?"
"It is my boy. said the marshal.
But was it really
\Ja 4 i - on V
BRIDE A SUICIDE
ment for elthe
14(i.JS 2 head
pre.cdlng ; was ylanulug an>
i-bleb total I startle the nations,
se by like : What I emcmbe
. lull cat- P> Ins a
rrlved In Ish styl.
Jj'ebruar\ amounted to :'7«5.4;t7
were much below . similar tlio
either 1!M m * losses in t
of "gs w< re particuiar!> !.ea\
tie. sheep and horses also
smaller numbers Shipments
monllfc Wl'M h ,.as> 'Silted
w-re largely lit cx;«> .-r the
r..i . like period 111 elt111 i of t ,■ two pre1
ceding years Arrival.-- of live stock at
tills market for the first two months of
tl.e . .u reti; > em amounted to„"; 1 a l.ea.l,
M.iginst H,.t 77 •'ail in 1«*M an.I .••7.1 1.
head in hn ; Shipments for «lmi:«
liods were ll .7«"> head in lso !* ,l;>. > .^d
;:t 1p>4 and S5.K4 bead in l!«:
St Joseph ii\*to«k leioSpt:- for ti:
n ■ of Kebrnat
,t ,\ ' "W. .1 a stigi
Castro, in addition to
durlttK suit, is the number of
<1 and his pain 4 an.l lit. .1'
eiit for of that establishmeui
i is I
inablc—black birds, blue birds. >
in fait feathered songsters
makers of infinite varlet>
"Castries piflace looks as if
very fltte structure about i*t
The i a. pets appear as If he
been changed. Likewise the ,
furniture look old. In fact,
town of Chi a as has the same
is on the side of a mountain, pr
t,flu led .'61 tilS bead f.««-t above the sea level
K « "I ov.'t corn pat .1 Ti#* I mh ■ I ■ se-111 to v ' i j
tive movements for lf*M and 1MB. Shin visitors hear much talk of anotlu
ments fo. the month, which amounted t" n.lon being likely T';. htt.ets ate
2*2.271 head, were smaller tban the with- .nul pav d with collide stones t
diawals fo ISM hilt largely iu excess of a pit it I .td ti.. •. arc :.;w a: trad i
those for I'or the first two inoftt lis i den. e.« Mi Howe; i. .*• I'nii
of the p..-sent year the total arrivals ot minister, has one of the bust
hii c la MPS of live sto.k at this clt) ' %'The atmosphere of Venezuela i
amounted to head, tndlcktlng a h:ttonarj I e people have toad a
marked impt oveinei. >\e .. similar move- ..\ olutlous t1. t the • <m \
ment in elthet l!M or lW :t. Sidpireuts. ; other- Ma ti . -i. i c t>i ■
whi. li amounted to 47.1'.1 head during the • r : e ii
current year, nlso showed a gain by like j through
WOMAN STTLI Ml) HEitSKI.P WHKN \
ACCUSED OF I I IRTINO.
Special Dispatdi ti^thc Stat.* Capital. ; ^
Wheeling. W Va . Mar. .".d. Because ^
Iter husband told her he detected her
fliriing with a former admirer. Mrs. I • • *
Jame.s (iallion. a bride f t ihree hours.
shot herself at Huntington this
morning. The couple were* married ;
last night, and about midnight went!.*'
in ilio home prepared by the groom. I 1,1
' j «i! i ion ' 1 w i 11 e<! :i - wife ul • . 'he
.. ... i ton lion paid her during the wedding
to ! «• i.vel prices prevailing In ti • l'nited taking hi ill for a reporter .lust ta a .• . rf,rPim)|1 v i(N UM 0|(i sweetheart of
S-.t'S When the price of America a seal Willi .the-rest of the hoys. Hell ^ ^ rrs(,I|m, it,,,:„aI1I ri(: ,
ton b.-comes abnormally high Japan pm he here in a minute 'and in a fit of anger leaped from her
• bases « large share of her raw cor,, The stranger turned toward IhcL, aad rI|Hhinu to a ,ir" dng cas- 1
from India, that cotton being of a shorte. ,)ress bench and then turned ha«j (lrawf,r HPtw,, ,5a|||o;. s rexnlver.
staple and therefore lower in pn • again "Vou see." ho -aid. "well, the
During the eight months ending with fa,| js—I'm oil Special busiuess—Uiy
l'ebi nary. •• the exportation of raw name's Masterson."
cotton t" Japan from tlu- mlted States Wha*' roared the marshal.
i;7,7v'.>7i pounds valued at THE MODEST "GUN FIGHTER."
"W. h. Masterson." said ' lio
stranger shrinking slightly.
■'Hai Masterson'"' roared the niar-
pondlng months of Hie p.eeeatng tejr, shal. as the corps of correspondents
rushed for the tables and began to uu-
••Yes. sir. yes," murmured th •
stranger, smiling slightly. A neat t . •
black suit of fatdiionable cir. a grav (i'il'KM t i.'i v in t in: l'0\M^n |
shirt with a small figure, a black ti.
with a little pearl pin. trousers creat-
ed mathematically was this "Bat." <
The marshal asked for his name ; J
in full. Mr. Masterson •made a swift, ! ^
accurate motion to his right hip pock- | .,
et. Three .photographers leaped to .
the rear to catch liini in the act of .
drawing, lie produced - a neat kanga-',
roo card case, from which he drew a j
small engraved card, and a white silk I ,
handkerchief fluttered to the floor.
Was tliis Bat" Masterson?
Marshal ilenkel swore him in and
persuaded him to stand for his pho-
tograph lb* faced ihe cameras with
a self-deprecating air. lie photogra-
pher wanted him to hold him arm-
and throw out his chesf. probably will i ii:.
"I'm sorry, but it looks too tough difficulty Is the acquisition .
that way. he said. i« .. n v i.n-.d ti <i wo il.l
After tive flashes hail gone off h • j i i >«ii. _ a tn i.n-ai
I ii ti.sc lb' i' is no
The Next Time ,
Vou have occasion to use Wlf-'h I In
t'oitl i'ream A; .'!, a re Va=. Ttne try I'a
eamph Instead. Raautts w-ui be o raw
tlon. Clean and pure Alt Druggists*
FORI SUMPTER HAGS
Old Union Emblems arc Now
Displayed in War Office at
the average export pri< • belnn
hM cents per pound, and to all
s ccnt v During the cot re.
months of tNie p.ecedtng >ear.
average export* price of cotton
cnts. our exports of tb >r atileb- ,
imounted to but _"0.1T7.1T1 |>o.inds,
export price averaged but T 1--
pound. Japan took d.. ing t.ie
t month* of the fit-..«' >e r 117 ,
niton in the l'nited S.airs ad
> !>.$ cents, and Japan took but .
Illoti pounds during the el^lit j
inler review In 19*'-' when the
. wu- about 8 ' ' tits. .lap.in to >k
,,v, month, "r .V J-"'.
let, when the export pr:. e Mart
air. it ised b it _o million pounds
.i t ing t con-esponding ; • ^. i• ul
iv,i. W'hi . In the present year,
er prices In the Cnlted States.
.k tin increasing her consumption
Not thinking she was serious (Jal-
lion watched her as -he placed the
muzgle'oi' the weaimn beneath h ;
Jicar:. The bullet ton a !♦•;•.r!ul ■ ■ mm•!
in the woman's side, and the flash of |
j the gun set fire to her flimsy rob'- Mr>
(Iallion who * was about
'old, died as she was being tak
j a ltospi' 1. .
tWO l)A\1 SITtS
'Xported l hither
f the preceding year
• pow« i. The lati
Muskogee and c
DANULK IN HUM
Babies and CMIdren.
Pa rat a mph . un- Croup- .-topn the rem a rket I that flashlight powder
toughing ih. Pbleimi. i>.i' t'i«'.made the room rather close and he s
f'.amniaini] • I tiv. - restn sleep. J Just as soon go out into the hall for
Mothers keep r.i .. amph In your home, j a minute. Someone offered liini a ci-
but he ans
<ompa.l oii!< over
Ith port holes
tiAi av : .1 at
io pre* cdini - their enemies
I bles should make scooting ne e> •
The Inbound movement of live stock af We were shown a rot td t>\
Sioux Ci;\ w'.i i amounted to j«'astro's family wi< it hi« conn
h. a.l dining Kebruar>. >bowed a di^l h t | The g tide - .wed i." a ion"
gain over like movements fot and j Mrs Castro keeps the presents givn
iv«ib. Shipmen t on the other band. Ifidi- iu «iftnd._'l •• room looks like a < idldr
catcd a remarkable shrinkage, amounting [ p|
to only 2a.71i head in 19a. as against 73.
nead In 19M«nd head i.i l!*t. Sim
lla. rectlpti at this market for i •
months ending Februarv :S w...
bead In !!«*■ •>. t IJ bead In 1> 4 ami ihe in.
lie wasn t smoking
The marshal Introduced him to hi«
' office fori c anil to his daughter. Hold-
i CJARt/AND OAT1IBRING DATA AT lng his ilerby h.t by th" very ciles
PORT'GIBSON. Of the brim Bat" raited his righ'
Muskogee [ T, Mar :itl —llatuliu [ hand level to the shoulder, grasped
! Garland, author, who has purchased | her hand and shook it faintly three
a country home south of this city, ISjtimes from right to left, murmuring
now gathering data for a story ;hai | meanwhile that he was glad to meet
i ,'hlMreu . he will write ihis year. The story her. She remarked that it was a beau-
% Mm\ of the i i i,,". tk> wilt deal with the Cherokee* and the 1 tif.il day ami he sold yes. it seemed as
lov_ , scene will be at Fort Gibson, it !s though spring had really come
..fine . it.... and' unl*t too#ftom Mr. Garland that thel TOOK A "aOKT" DRINK.
1 Italian m si ai chairs, book will lie historical fiction, deal- Marshal H«'tikel said .hat while he
with the itransformation of the Indian J did not usually drink in office hours
sits on I
to his present state of civilization. he thought the occasion called for
> land .
y of the Interior
t'orabb . howe v« t
jmid to rclin<iu
th.'i.' is • . !a« hv w'.ich • l.\;HA^S WANT POWWOW WITI>
ondem mi., i . ■ ROOSEVELT. •
looked up., it. 1.1 • llaytl'ti. Colo.. Mar. Ilu. -Indians in
■t r, tla-.se Jndi tt 11 j the White river country, where Pres-
ident Roosevelt will hunt, are sullen
nnd nelv because of the vain eflort-
of :lie wardens lo drive them back to
the I'iutali reservation. Tlmy are said,
in lie slaughtering deer ruthlessly and
pay no intention icf warnings, i'r^--
ident Roosevelt probably will encoun-
j ter some of the Indians. They have
. , .... „ ja
WANT BOOKS CHAINOED
LOl'ISl ANA CONKK; 1ERATK VET-
ERANS ALLEGE ERRORS
al Dispatch to the folate Capint
New Orleans. I.a * Mnr :o. -Thejt omins and several have anounred
Louisville state board < ! education :heir intention to hold a powwow with
has been meeting in liafon Rouge for | him.
£lways Remeirber L e Mill .Name -
axative Rramo Quinine j* f^Ljc/
Cures a Cold in One Day, CrS in 2 Days
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