The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 87, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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the oklahoma state capital, saturday morning. august 4, 1906
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Begins at our Store Aug-
ust the Fourth and Lasts
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m THE II I
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< :i granied (j«\ii' ■ • ' n. i .
to pu i:i <i 1 a lit and w «•! rworkd
..ml i.i in a it;#' d •; ^
here. The object of this is to
spring branch into ^ *•••-• • ' •
aug I to (
water i n
Oklahoma City's Reform
When Ho Sprung t':c "Bloody
Shirt" in His Catosvillc Epcccl^
sentiment of Txans. or of am state of
tin South. Tin- Spanish American was
proved the loyalty of the South, when
her sons come to ihe front by thousands
to stand by old ghcy iigahij1! Spain.
We believe tlu Unit1 is about li**r<■ when
no imin in an. southern state will love
to utter such sentiment as the one of
Bailey at C.atcsvllle Without being cent
to political abllvlon.
there we believe do
■id neither do the
Balle\ will soon
cm like this will end
i i: i
gives new life and lustre to
old tables, chairs, furni-
ture and picture frames-
It is the ideal finfsh for
floor*, interior rroo'd-wn(k, •
' bath rooms, sash and sills.
Thirteen colors—100 dif-
fered uses—75 cents a
Ai the best and mc
wide > advertised goods
always to be found at H
stort and at pticcs to pic
every purse. *
F. ti. LiLLiE Sl CO.
"r,* Harrison Jve. Cutli..
MAYOR HOLDS THE .KEY
iiln Mr. Hail.'
r the I'nlted
Messenbaugh Tells Dealers to Pro-,
oeed as Usual—One Story Ac-
cuses Oily Attorney cf Venting
Spite on Manufacture'-.; Through
Special tri the I'Hpi' ill
Oklahoma City. ' k.. Ann :i The ne-v \
"Ice ordinance" did not go i ito effe ' :
this inorolng a pcrdlcted >■• * '> «
Mayor Mcs.-enhiiir-h Isstc d ii1 '"i.■:. ■1 ' •
to the Ice de il is this ^notalng t i'
CCed just as the.. h:t\ •• past; that •
the new ordinance ili'l 114. t his sis-
nature jet and had o I" published be-
fore it became operative 'anyhow.'
Whether it will get his signature Is an-|
other question. 0 The probabllltle
It will not. Diffei'^il stories 1
told as to why the ordinance «
ed. On'1 Is to the effect that
attempt of the city attorney t
venge on the lee men because
fused to give him free if.
Am Under of the season.
el system w I!
i.itih fjom tin
tli u t!u- w 1,
Ihlng of the p 1
IN K.nd V..u H<i:B Always Bi:ijv,
'I Believe Our Cause Wc« Right
nd I Po Teach My Children-
Eouthern Soldier §>i r. Rebel
Shall be U-sod By B >; s
r.s R?bel Shall be Aged by My
^pei'lal*! 1 the State Capital. .
piesidentlal or \
(lilt" 'Iiln- people of till
whether north or s«
man for piesident who t
• Il .ti 1 . , I "lv • u.'d da j •Ilia' • • • "11
and slav . .r-e right, for if right then,
they are right jioy*.
street cur line completed to Riverside
park In time. J. K Snyder, •territorial
secretary of the socialist party, annouu. -
• •ti today thai the big annual propaganda
RiMtlni) lotting from August* 1,. to i".
will be held at Wheeler park in this
MAY BECOME SOCIALIST EDITOR..
Special to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City. Ok.. Aug 3.—It la
likely. Mrs. W. II French, for some
years editor und proprietor of the Pub-
licist at Chandler, will come to Oklahoma
City to become the editor of a aoclaliat
paper. A move la on foot here now
organise a stock company and establish
a mum pretentious organ ol the party
than is now in existence.
f TWIN TERRITORIAL ♦
4, COMING EVENTS '+
Report, to Governor Shows Ordei
In Flourishing Condition
Newkirk, October 2, 3, 4
EULTTJR WATERWORKS |
A $3a,C00 Bond Proposition Kos
i Spe ■ i; 1 to th
' Oklahoma '
leclal to the S
Sulphur. I. T. Aug. ii. A gpeeia:
ii was held here > • 't«*rda;. oil tio-
issuing thirty five tin
is at the confed«
111 in a cm logon
in Texas that
ffirn and who
ed himself of
it.' i i union at
Kith all his
' 1 a an
ise thej re-
> during the
annot hardly be aaid aa
omlng *from the peoph
Itlon of issuing thirty five thousand '
I dollars water worKa bonds. Th- proposd- j
j lion carried by a safe majority. The Is- | deinogon- iii-oin
I sue wilf* be i ea<i\ .for the market it the j P® ktn« ,,f "1" "'.: ' •,n'«fler«c>
earliest possible date, and work will be- 1 he said .
! j^in 011 a system of waier works, sulphur "I believe our c^use was right and I
lis fortunatelj situated with respect '• a • so teach my children. We lost only be-
w atcr work,s stem. Natural prcs. n • [ cayse they had more guns and more men
: Horn hi .ginieii- ,4. wells will di. j behind them than we del. Patriotism.
I penae with the nee aalty<OI pulping tile* i hope, aifd resolution could not. prevail
jchlneiy. no filter' stems will be m-J against such odds. Napoleon s.iid U-cit
It is true there may have lie n some room quired .si
f.,i complaint as to he light weight of It is with
the Ice when It finally not o the coiAum-
er hut no complaint had been registered, small fortune to most towns.
nominal outlay may
water works which would
>k.. Aug. .'I.—Mrs. Cora
s Brown, secretary of tbe Rebekflb As-
sembly of Oklahoma, has just made a
report of the condition of the order to be
used In the annual report of Governor
Kr.iniz. wlii Ii -hows theie are #|n ()Rl.i
lioma 7 st 4 members of the order I11 li B
lodges, an increase of over l.'.'uO meni-
lurs and :•) lodges for the past year.
In This does not Include the membership
, v in the Indian Territory, when added to
ti at of Oklahoma, will give the new state
over 12,000 members of the Rebekah or-
der with near 300 lodges In good work-
ing order. There Is already located j>ne
orphan's home anil ^mother soon to be
built at Carmen, yiu- Rebekah branch
of the I. O. O. F. have been potent fac-
tors in the establishment of these homes
and will* sen that tin- > are properly
eared for when completed.
Kay Kounty Will Have Moi
•. To Kaptur. •
9p*clal to Ttie St'ite Ca1*1 ti.
Ponca ftiy, Ok., Au;; .•
houn«lfoI raan haa eomo «•> this
'HiihitooauL yeMeidny aflemtMin •
t • ««r u c slow > 1 t
i MEW ARTESIAN HOTEL
NEW HORTICULTURAL OFFICERS I ,
Sp." .ti to Th.- S-t.ire Capital.
a - me p • Was Formally Opened
mtanto « « ''[y j • Banquet of Nine Courses
held OUI annual election of OfifVCers yea-| •
terday and the following ere Oie ofPcers Special to the State Capital.
for the next year: Jonathan Stark, presi-
dent ; H. Wyant. vice-presideiu* H Hold
man. secretary. The society is arrang-
ing fbr the annual disptey of agricultural
pnodutKe to toke.place eome time ia
God fights on the side of those who have
>• s-' -Jthj heaviest artillery. It would be a
•osl ■> 1 sacrilege to say that God rules the des-
tines of nations. If he did the heathen
! would never prevail against Christians
I nor would the north have conquered th®
| soutft." i fjotebo. Ok . Aug
The speaker deprecated the use of in- | jnK arrangements f<
GOTEBO TO CELEBRATE
LID ON AT SPARKS
Town Ordinance Rules
Smokers Off Street
to <*.)ol the t*ii>perat>ire and n.< tbo'
corn roots. < nne our way ami co«ii,...ieu
till hue .:n the nigiht and this morning
one of those heavy J wn poiy* follow-
e.1 4t lasting probably, an hour, making
over an (nch *<of wa/ter In about fifteen!
hours* I*11 leas some unlooked for con'tln-
gency arrives, the farmers of Kay coun-
ty will harvest "the beet crop of corn thia
; .11 e\ er gathered in tlie county. •
COURT HOUSE COMPLETE
Special to The State Capital. • |
Norman, Ok., August WHie n*w Cleve-i
land county court house and jm'l has been •
•completed and yeeteiduy were delivered ■ " ,
i" ' ' Deputy Marshal of Indian Terri
8peclal to the State
Sulphur. I. T.. Aug 3. l-4ist
banquet was given *at the New
hotel to formally « elebrate tlv
of this elegant establishment. An elab- |
orati menye consisting of nine courses
was served Th- attendance was good
and the*occasion very brilliant. Col. Sid-
ney Suggs of • Ardmore was toastmester,
and the following toasts were proposed
City,of Artesia.—Col J. F. Swords; Pub
lie Spirit W \ I.edbetter, ot Ardnior<
Civic Pride—John Caateel of Sulphur;
Oklahoma-W I Gruee, of Ardmore; Sill-
Special to The State Capita*., Ipbur Judge 1: F5. White. Paaaln^of The
Sp.i^ks. Ok.. Aupust 3 -This town tlgelg j T. -James N. Wilk-rs-.n of Sulphur,
.ii <t p.tHj d en ormnanoe prohibiting boys banquet was followed *by a ball
under the age of eighteen fnequenitins | whleb lasted to early morning.
the pool halLs or smoking cigiaretftes n ; A great many distin|ulsh d guests
n pipe on tlhe streets of the oown. The i from ,he urrounding cities were present
eff. Of : "« "i d n,«:i. ^«'11'e > e: I.i k- RQ(j ..ff.ur ptMOd "IT with perfect
|ng *M4cAn from the attorney general | si.ri (VS • .
as to iita conetitutlonaUty. wHlltoe welcorn- j j
el by the citlgens of Sparks. It could-
he applied lo many of the kirger towns
of Oklahoma wWh oonslderaible benefit.
ccrreft and partisan text-books in our
schools." says the Dallas News, in report-
ing the speech, "and said that no school
night i . j H'Story that speaks of the Southern sol-
Xitu-'inn d'er as a rebel shall ever be used by his
HUM 11" ! boys. ^ "Fortunately," he added, "^uch
,3 j histories are no longer permited to be
used In the public schools of the South
which are kept up by popular taxation.
I do not entertain any sentiment of ani-
mosity against the North, but If they
fall out with me because I say you (old
soldiers) were right, then the responsi-
bly Is on their heads."
In this vntinynt. we know Senator
Bail.y does not represent the southerners
here about and more whom we know to
bo patriotic lover/i of our great republic
and we do not believe he represented the
bra lion. August >
mineral fields of
the city. This |
— Gotebo. Is mak-
ah extensive * cele-
and !•. exploiting the
the region surrounding
lace enjoys a dlstlnc-
the only kind In the
world. It was here that a flow of gas
was found Jf 0 feet dopm with a pressure
0* "no pounds. In none of the gas W'lis
of the world has a similar record been
made. It Is puzzling many geologists
who have "\ l.slted tlie place. Their
theory is that It Is sipe gas. and that
the main basin, which must be a huge
one, Is to he found In close proximity to
the well thaUhas just been made.
SOCIALISTS CHANGE PLANS
Special to the State Capital
• Oklahoma Clt% ok.. Aug. 3—-On ac-
count *if the impossibility of having tho
The new state fair, Afton. V T., Sept.
21 and 21.
Tyrone. Heaver county, festival August
16 and 17.
State meeting Woodmen of the World,
Norman, Sept. 7 and 8.
Blaine county fair. Geary, Ok., Auguat
30-31, September 1, 190K
Old Soldiers Rcunlun. Cushing, Sep-
tember 20th. 21st. '22ud. •
Big carnival at Comanche, I. T. on
August 16th 17th and 18th.
lincoln countv agricultural fair, Chand-1
let! September 13, 13. 14 and 1.1.
"(Opening Cherokee strip celebration, 101 j
Ranch. September l&th and 16th.
Seven day adventlst camp meeting, I
to September 3—Kingfisher, Ok.
Old settlers' reunion and harvest home
picnic at Garber, Ok., Sept. 6. 7, and 8.
Antl-IIorse Thief association p.cnlc.
Wynnewood, I. T., August 10th and lltb.
National Lumbermen a association,^
Concatenated -Order of Hoo-Hoos, Okla-
homa City, September 9-1*.
Selection of delegates to the republican |
county conventions, from the various vot-
ing precincts In the counties of the first
.mil *oond congressional districts will be
made August 21. The counties will sel-
ect delegates to the congressional con-
ventions August 2T'.
Nominating refrubiiean ronven OU In
first district at QuthHe. and second dis-
trict at Geary, August 28.
A Bath For
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Johnson Commission Co
Direct Wires to Kansas
City Chicago and New
Office 1 1 6 South e at Street
E. A. Johnson Phon
HOME MIA! MARKET
Successors to New York Meat Marke
I hen * No Place Like the home
All kinds of fresh meats, fresh fish
country chicken aud home ctire<l ham
Everything comes from oar home
and bet the Packers yard
f. WIMKLt, Prop.
1 22 East Oklahoma Av«,
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KILLED NEAR HOME
ofTirer# are toduy nioviti;: in , ili.-ir -
quarters. The tiwo buildings, completed, ;
• "ist tlve county JlS.Otw. ami afforda pran f- j
;«*illy aM the room now needed. It ia the j
boast of the paipens of Norman t 1km the
building was constructed without "the
•w intolance of "grufi" in connection wlun ,
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
NEW FAIR ASSOCIATION
fireolal to The State Capital #
Norman, Ok , August 'A. The Cleveland
rv uni(r Fair as*oc«aU!on was organized
W s< rnjfht with Dr. J. Van Vhrot. i>resi-
flent; T. •«. Smith, ftce-presiden' .1 11.
Moaler, s^oretiary and' ('. II Beasent,
treavui^r. Nearly was : 1 '«i
1 >i t ie tlrst attempt to sol.i: fund
• to* k coorpany ^sril he orgait zeil a en1"
nd alwires Hwued at |B6 P«r ehftire. A
te for Uie ftur gttrunds west of the city
, ; Nnriiwn hss lieen seteoted gn<l i .e
. «rk of eneA,.ln« gnitable hulldlngs will
p iliegun at enee. Th** ftr t agricultural
exhtntlon wiW be held some time this
MiH.urtf I. T. A lift 3.-Indian Po-
Hiienian Ben Rollins was wavl ltd an l
shot at hla home five miles south ol
Milburn at 10 o'clock last nighf.
When his wire, who wltne-e, .1 the
tragedy from h short distance, reach-
ed Mr. Collins, he was dead.
The nature of the wounds Indicate
that there were t\v<* parties to the
assassination. Bloodhounds have been
sent for and will bt put on the trail
early today. *
News of «he killing of Ben C. Col-
lins reai hed here la*t night ffmn lu
home at Emetby telephone. Collins
was a United 8U tes Indian police and
was fornwaly a deputy marshal. He
was of fine build and a young man
and made a daring officer. All tWe
particulars surrounding the murd.r
are not known here, but it is said thai
at ! o'clock last night while Collins
was standing In his dooi«s conversing
with Ids wife that a shot rang out
.rid Collins fell mortally wounded An
the Moot. Two pusons have been sus-
, peeled of the crime and federal ofllA
( ■ era will make every effort to appre-
1 bend tne guilty partle* Mrs. Walter
Hardy and Mri^ W R. IngiiMii of ti his
tels to Mrs. ColtTns. Mrs
city are .-lifters to Mrs. Coin
Ingram departed today for Kmet. Ben
t nil! * was well known throughout
the Chickasha Nation
Special t^ the State Capital.
Tulsa. I. T . Aug :t J, B.n ase, repub-
lican national committeeman from Kan- j
bus. accompanied bj" o. b. Saum of Kan - |
sas City, was here yeatsrday Mr. Case's :
visit* carried with it'no politic al slgnlfl- |
cance. Both he and Mr. Sautn have ex- j
tensive property Interests be 1%, ami con-
template additional Investments, this be-
Ing the object ef their presence h'te. J
REPUBLICAN Si** PLANNING I I
Spe, ial to the State Capital. 4 '
Tulsa. 1. T. Aug -Tulsa republi- I
cans ulresdy are planning l'hr th" r-cep- I
tlon of the republican tertftotal ej c- [ j
ut 1 ve eommitt. e When It meets the oil j I
city three niont' - bene* The local re- | ,
putdican orsanlsatton is made up of a 1. j
11ve bunch of political hustlers and when ,
it comas to doing tbi right thing 4MI i I
always be relied upon to be on nand By
the time the conim«tee me tS the Ni iely | |
hotel a rival ^o th •> # I: .inns. . building
at the oemei of^eeond and lost§n ave-
nue, will be completed and opened and
Tulsa can place at le««t three as fine [
hotels as are to be found In the south- |
w, *. t! ■ disposal Pf her i-i .
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
Speell IB the Stale Capital.
Titl.fn. I «T Aug. Judge Woodson
Nor veil of this city will be a candidate I
for the d< mocratle nomination for in
nay §• neral of the new state Judg'
Norvell la OR* Of W e leadsl*S ..I ' lie Im -.l
hai and is well known throughout Indian
Territory, having been a resident seven
years. He Is abo.it years of age and ;
Is a native o! Missouri He is a promin-
ent mason, bring worshipful mastei of
the loe.il P-.dg' ai "th 11.1." held foi j
the new state
Perhaps your snothar hss tain hair!
But that Is no reason why you must
go through life wllh half-atarved
bair. If you want long, thick, heavy
refulsrbalr-food-Ayef's K^lr Vigor.
%■ eli-fs45hsir slops falling o«t. Keeps soft snd smooth, and grorf long and
rsw, you muil feed it. Feed it with a regu
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Ti#hom<nffi.#.l T Aug 3 The mem-
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wnr> have accepted union with the Prss
byAerlan eburrb. were formally welcomed ,
by ths eongregstio ^
la# ul i f t« r u
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 87, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906, newspaper, August 4, 1906; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc126237/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.