The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 95, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 14, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14, l'JOB.
Eruption Broke Out in Spots All
Over Body—Caused a Continual
liching for Two Years—Doctor's
Medicine Did no Gnod—Cured at
Expense of only $1.25 and Now
Comanche County is Filling*
\ With Land Seekere
THE "BIG PASTURE" SALE
FOR COMPLETE CURE
Hire a GocxfjfREE SEED
"Some timo rfgo I wrote you for %
book on tiio Cuticura Remedioa and
received it (). K. and wont and bought
the Soap,Ointment, and Till* They did
ine more good than liny medicine I etfer
isod. They cured nie of my skin disease*
and I am Very thankful to you. My
trouble was eruption of the skin, wliirn
broko out iu epots all oyer my hotly,
and caused a continual itching whicll
nearly drove me wild at_ times. I gofc
inrdicine of a doctor, but it did not euro t
me, and when 1 saw in a paper vouf
■d 1 pent to you for the Cuticura Look
anu 1 Studied iny case in it. 1 then
•rent to the drug store and bought one
cake of Cuticura Soap, one l*>x of Cu-
ticura Ointment, ana one vial of Cuti-
cura Pills. From the first application
] received relief. I used the iiret, set
and two extra cakes of Cuticura Soap,
tnd was completely cured. I had
suffered for* two years, and I again
thank Cuticura for my cure. If you
wish, vou Inav publish this. our
iriend forever, < laudeN.Johnson, Maple
('.rove Farm , R. F U. J, Walnut iuiu.,
June 15, iyi)5."
| Rock Island and Frisco Trains,
Are Bringing Into the South
west Part of Oklahoma a Large
Immigration and Their Objee-
i " tive Point is Lawton
Special to The State Capital. *
I l.afr on, ok.. Aug. 15. -By the hundreds
] and thousands the homeseekers and pros-
! pective Investors of the north and rust
have commenced to make for the aouth-
, west to inM-y t" make .Investigation of the
•'big pasture" lands and the towns to be
; established therein. For the past two
days the passenger traffic over the Rock
Island and Frisco entering the city has
l,... n guai. Tli heaviest immigration to
tli s i lty has i>een over the Krlfceo. On
both di.>> that load luut been compelled
to run two ti a ns from tiie east to ac-
commodate these easterners. In most
cases the objective point Is Lawton.
Wh.le it s true that a number of them
hav bought tickets to points in ftie
Panhandle of Texas, thesu will stop off
ut Lawton on their return.
Never before in the history of the
.<* r, depot at Kan.-, s f has the pas-
But do not hire him
too often. If you use
poor materials, not
even a good painter
can give you a good
Cheap or improper
paint is very expensive
in the long run.
Paint should be
Pure White Lead
(Made by the Old Dutch Process I
and Pure Linseed Oil.
The Senates, and House Committee
Oppose the Appropriation
SEED DEALERS FIGHT IT
They Oppose the
causc it Interferes With a Legit
imate Industry Government
Gives Away 40,000,000 Packets
The fact that SCHNAPPS
*. is so widely imitated only proves
that it is the best chew—the standard
flat plug. Other plugs are made to imitate
the size and shape and color of SCHNAPPS
—other tags are made to look like SCHNAPPS
tags—yet there are more pounds of SCHNAPPS
chewed annually than all other similar tobaccos.
HCII! ITCH! ITCn!
Scratch 1 Scratch 1 Scratch! This
Is the condition of thousands olj*!fia-tor-
tured men, women, and children, who
may W instantly relieved and speedily
cured by warni4)aths wi'.*Cuticura Knap
and gentlo applications of CuticuraOvjfcj
iu*nt, the great Skin Cult), ,dfid mild
dimes of Cuticura Resolvent Pill*, whan
physicians and all ebe fail.
H. M throughout the orld. Cutlcurm Soap, V*
ti.rut. •• . I. J". iIn form of Ct KM.
|'i.l«, per TUI of flO),inay b' uf " ornnfl-.-- -
ilag:.' : <>rT<*n cure*. toiwi lHutf k C h«iu. Corp., How
1 iuiii' gni'" AU Abuut tba Skin, Scalp, uul LUli.'
from tiie north*and east*
«o the southwest as in
the past week. It was almost impossible
i ( • cue hi' , •in at that point As!
the advertisements*go out and the people i
j throughout the country become more at -j
| quainted with the great
' sua take place in the sr
land opening :
ic. .Many are ,
level t's procla-
ions for tiie di.v
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
CUxk Avenue and io'h Street, St. Louis, Mo.
For sale by first-class dealers.
i* be shipped Into the city until a fancy
Sum S paid the people here, is one bfthe
startling facts learned yesterday. Th
lumber men appear t*> tnot I sturbed
by the actions of the peor> except to
.!<m> that 1.n. combine exists at all. The
results is eagerly awaited.
aige num'.f! 01 th
it is but one way. < \ ,< ;. ;
lawton until after tie ojei
is tiie city from wim-h
the #pastui« reserve can
chert and which h
State of Oh 1
. City of Toledo, Lucua c
iiKton. \ug. l:l 1
that the congressional
• seed dlstrl-
Will be foitkht n ,•
•m:, evet bftfore
•In .'ourated by
of the aenat
a id ho
ise L'ommiituca u <
,-r• i • •'* " and
^ almost unl-
it •> press and
tno.se Interested ha
a "c«tmpalg;n of educa
i." to IIS.' .1
ed term. The s. •
•t of their opposltl
on to th. free
d.fUr 'ii comnuui •
den seeds. In
an open letter to the pub
\l II ury
od, of Richmond
of t le
American Seed ira
Bays that the seed ileal.
s oppose the
because It is .m
with a hgltlma1'
i is a waste of
M r \\
>d points out
hat the total
seed trade of the .
>,0W) packet/, of w
eli the go\ rn-
ves away 40,000,000
nd the deuleTS
1 sell Hll.<
W.GOO. ' 'What indu
■i . ould sur-
the government n
\ e a way free.
miK'.h as thow • nr
iged in the in-
sold?" he iu*k*. II
i"W" - gK' Sts
1 tliat it
is t me for congn
to change off
a iftl :•
k iik i;la s, and
tic the poor
1 Heed n
i.'ide asBiK'lat ion :
>. wholesalers aril
• tii lei s and
in ■ : s *l)tisi-
riie Wholesale S.
Isnien > league
SCHNAPPS is made of only choice selections of well matured, thoroughly cured
leaf, and in factories as clean as the cleanest kitchen, situated in the very heart of the greatest
chewing tobacco growing country, by men of life-long experience in tobacco manu-
facturing, and who have directed the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company since 1875.
SCHNAPPS has the pleaaing, appetizing aroma which crcated and popularized
the fondness for chewing. Expert tests prove that it requires and takes a smaller
amount of sweetening than any other kind—and has a wholesome, stimulating
and satisfying effect on.chewers. ♦ ""~
• Internal revenue statistics show that SCHNAPPS and other of the
Reynolds brands won enough chewers in one fiscal y<?tr to make a net gain
of ^ix and a quarter million pounds, or one-third of the entire increased
consumption in the United States on chewing and smoking tobacco.
Be sure the letter® on the tag and under llie tag spell
.S-C-H-N-A-P-P-S, and you will have the genuine.
ft. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
" Winston-Salem, W. C
Than Any Other
ENGINEER DRAWS MAP
pp. :iil in The S lie Capital.
l wton,«Ok.1 a if. 13 ftergiant Pe •• <
ftfonn • of the lawton engineer e rpi
tinder t!i • supervision of captain Fran
Bcfi King, ha* just completed a roa
trap Of the F*m1 It ley. Kansas, military j
jeservatlon. It wis !.<iu.ed to half thti !
ilia 1.t the oricinal, A copy of the map ,
was sent to Adjutant .General Niles, of!
the Oklah a National < i:ard. w ho has , ^
Just placed an order with the*, aptstin for 1
live doxen of the maps. These are to be
used by the guards when they go to Fort
(Riley this fall io attend* encampment.
e who will
'heney makes oath that lie
ng Law- i is the senior partner of the flriti of F. J.
ill point/ , ( hen<> &. Co.. doing business in tiie Cl.\
easily be of Top do and State aforesaid, and th;-1
i-omtnodat ons Sill^ fjinl wui pas the sum of ONE IH'N-
iid by the
ItiB Kind You Hsve Alirsv"" Bcunjll
FINE FRUIT CROP
1 to The State Capital
a City, (>k., Aug. 13.—Ideal house
are now happy in Kay county,
berry and vegetable crops have
prolific, and she is glad because
busy providing toothsome ttilBfS
r ltived ones to eat In the winter
s. Out* of the abundance nature
roduced she cans, dries, preserves,
; j. i .es and preserves, singing as
During the last three months It is con-
servatively estimated that the population
>f l,awon has Increased fully two thou-
sand. The people who are coming tins
men \\i li capital and tin > n'e
tatlng in muking investments in
city and county real estate. The price
esiate is ad^an- ing only in pro-
port t ns to its actual values. While it
is a t i that good property is briiiRing
values in advance of several months ago
yet it is only in keeping with the great
advancement the entire southwest coun-
try is making.
. t Okluhoma to dKKI) DOLLARS for* 1 h and
lund opening in j t,f Catarrh that cannot be cu
* • j use of Hay's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK .1 CHENEY
Sworn to before me and ubs< ribed in
m> pres.-in • tlii 6th day of De. r,
A D. 1886.
(Seal) a. W. GLEaBON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O
Sold by all drugists, 7r.k
Take Halls Family Pills for constipa-
for hl| piodi
" LAWTON POST OFFICE
The' Department at Washington
Allows Two Extra Clerks
S', .1! Tin- S-ii■■■ 'p ml.
Lawton, Ok., Aug. 13 Postinastfr J.
T. White recivviid a telegram last even-
ing from the pos:oftire department at
Washington informing him that he ad
been allowed two extra cleiks for the
postoffice. One of these is to ba a per-
miin rjt clerk and the other will be it
temporary one. The temporary lent.
Miss Dea t' ooks, began her duties this
morning The other clerk w II be assign-
.•t.l to Ills laJjors In a few days, or as
soon as the letter appointing him is re-
1 eived from the department.
to do likewise. The
•pit Hue its hostility
n.uv denounced this
form of petty graft
GO TO MINNEAPOLIS
City, Okla.. Aug. 1::. laist f un-
s to the «i A It.
Minn . and one
Mr. Ru !>> Mrs M-l K
Farmers Ar« Tired of Seed Influence
flower a iu
R. f. of this >. A great
the substantial citizens of this
re m< n who for m< rly wero n - -
Mitjti.'-.ta and h. -■ taken ad-
COTTON CflOP DAMAGED.
Ppeelal to The State Capital.
oklahoma City, Ok., Aug. 13. S on.''re-
ports of damage to tin* cotton crop caused
by the lute rains hav; .acht-l this city,
and In some places the dam.iKe seems
quite severe. In many pl.i.'.s the heavy
orgaivieed a ward club and w;ll 1
; and oth.
THOUSANDS WERE LOST
sgest wells the Glenn pool wa- be-
g tffoughl in last wei k. Polo Cat * re*k
r .1 long distance was covered with •• I
gkpr> 11 to The State Capital
Ponca City, '>•<. Aug 11. It seems th? I fully three Inches thick and extending
democrats of th •* ' i'v were so parallsed J from bank to bank. For twenty-four
ar« their overwhelming defeat when th** ! .
waked up < i....;n.i yet to •understand thai
an important election Js to be held this doll
fall. Hut last Frldy n ulit some of them is a
Ppecial to The State Capital ,
Oklahoma City. Ok., Aug. 13.—Rev. E
C. Dinwiddle. Rev. J J. Thomson iindl^^^
R."v E M Sweet, representing 'he N .- ! ^
tiona 1. Oklahoma and Imian T.^niory j *
Anti-Saloon league, "are in ^Shawnee, | ,
where thev held prohibition meetings ,
Saturday and Sunday.
igr < ultural
the like of
gives new life and lustre to .
old tables, chairs, furni-
ture and picture frames.
It is the ideal fidish for
floor*, interior wood-work,
batli rpotns, sash and sills.
Thirteen colors--ioo dif-
ferent uses---75 cents a
All the best and most
widely advertised goods are
always to I* found at this
store and at prices to please
r. B. III Lit St CO.
204 ttarrlsen Ave Guthrie <Mi
No other business has increased as li.^
he postoffiee business in Lawton in the t
last year. It has been a steady growth, :
intil now It is "Jj per cent better than a j
Another of the governmental depart- (
nents in this city which Is receiving its j
hare of a rush of business is the United j
Hates land office iMajor II. D. M< - (
\n.ght, register of the land office, said .
oday hat 1 would soon be necessary ;
or them to have add£tiortfel clerks to
I88lst in the labtirs, winch are daily
iii leasing upon them. "We wftl Boon !
I hav< to open a bur*ui of Information,"
continued the major, '"if the intjulries, ;
bofli by ma i and paraoQ^lly, keep up at I
tils ra>pid r.ne they are now ooming in."
Thi mail is getting io .be titmndotii I
I tl.at office, nearly fifty letters arrive
I daily rOgardlnf the opening. They are
I all answered. .
LUMBER TOO HIGH
j Chickasha Has Got the Lumber
Trust Investigation Fever.
Special to The State Capital. ,
Chickasha, I T., Aug. 18.—Chit kasha is
beginning to have a taste of the alleged
lumber combine agi.ati-.i^ that is going
the rounds of the Indian Territory. The
citizens have been complaining that the
lumber prices were too high while the
lamb, men have flrnilyplated that they
wer selling as cheap as could be afford-
ed. and that the mills were to blame for
the apparent high prices. Yesterday a
committee of business men and bankers
went the rounds of the lumber yards and
theygflaimed thev have damaging evi-
dence of a combine. Thev examined tne
i'ivouch for u number >.f months bark
and are quoting the prices, cost and
sell ng. on the eeta. An Hld#«ndFiii
company has been"0«rganlied and ih.
president Is buving the stock for a new
yard to open here Boon If this ventre
rts* j'\. • •' or fa U to he oper-
ated from any ■'« im., t weuly iwen, promi-
nent 11 i. Mincss and banking circles, will
iixai. ■/ i empaiiv uid iKs-n . vaj-rl uj,d
sell lumber s' '4CoUgh profit in pay
expei . ihe ysrd I'll#
cry this morning on th# streets la "the
combine i bonne to «•. '' Ilutldtng in
iS'i . u .11) atorped .i id tie
raiwe Is glv<n < ' mab'risl •,I too high
Dun '•! .in he hough! milch cheeper in
tiie nc-.i. . i li ■. t«>w 4.it nwi avowed
Mcnefee Says . Next Legislature
Will Handle "Jim Crow" Law
E l*olai to The Slate Capital.
I Oklahoma City. Ok., Aug. IU.—J A.
.Nienefee. treasurer of the democratic
campaign oominittee, with head«|iiart<rs
in this city, is an oi en advocate of the
; "Jim Crow law, and says this will be
one of th ■ first things that will be pie-
i sen ti i before Hie legislature -ii the new
I f.ir the whip people and the ncgroi s,
j and the ruje is enforced in some Texas
I towns on the street ta:s.
Bwire thi ^ini1 ^0!! A'"Va^S
CROPS ARE IN DANGER
special to The State <*a.pital
M II Creek, I T Aug. 13-lleavy rains
h v !'• -n falling t ' k -• ' ••• for the
past ten days and unless they discontinue
> ..in a I ir^• ; > i "J the t..;, ci .|> w 11
tie entirely futned Uui h of it on tho
low land has .. • • id j* been vreotly dam* I
aged by the Hoods. Cre. ks are all swol-
len and country roads well n. gh Im-
passable The Fris o Is again running j
through 'tr:'ins to S erni.M, : . t'.irta |
dian nridgo h iving been t. mpoi i' '> re
paired The Washita rtver is ..verilow-
Ing the bottoms and fnuifdating Rudl
rich bottom land.
:s. Led b
such old war
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