The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 24, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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THE G*tiAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 24 1P00
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* the plantations,
Hoe Cake, Corn Bread, Waffles,
■ >miny, "Injun" Pudding—and
• eat pure sugar cane syrup on
You can get that same pure plan-
tation syrup—just ask for
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BOYLE'S ALLIES FAIL AND Qij\$ 6t\\\V>/
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HIS ELECTION DAY PLAN
Chairman Norris Would Rush
Referendum Petitions in Order
to Procure As Many Signatures
As Possible—Newspaper Men
Shooting Them in Rapidly.
Two Big Suit Days
t's the pressed juice ot the
ane. You'll like it I- r
than any you ever u- .
and it will "wear" better
on the palate.
Tor sale at all grocers
Pen'ck & Ford, Ltd.
TOOK a POWERFUL DRUG. qssvsvs qw&vftovgtgovtvw^
Supposed That Error Was Madi
by Friends Who Expected to T„ Aq\ \\g \)G\VCU<i\0\
Find Him Ready to Flee, and .. ^ v \V ^
in Meantime He Is Wrestling cygc\s.q.vw(x\/s t)u.y v\\u
With Death. <iCV\U\V\C,
O nANurACTvjPCOBv THE
Fig Syrup Co.
SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS 50 ABOTTU
SV I AR8NC.EM
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1*1 AM O.N I ItKAND PILI.S, f, r iii
years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS FVERVWHf RE
M.EHCER, Pa., April FJ.-The Mer-
cer county authorities wworried
tonight over an alleged attempt of
James H. Boyle, the Whitla kidnapper
to commit suicide and later an at
tempt on the part of supposed iriends
on the outside to liberate the pr'sor.tr.
Late this afternoon It was 'earned
that Boyle suddenly became I'l. Ho
was found lying upon the floor of hii
cell In convulsions. Doctors were hur-
riedly summoned and worked with
the abductor until late last night
when his condition Improved.
night Boyle is a very sick man.
A few minutes after midnight
guards found a twenty-foot lalder in
position at a window in Boyle's cell,
The supposition is that the men who
were to free Boyle climbed this lad-
der and found his cell empty the
prisoner being in the jail hospital.
That Boyle is making every effort
to escape Is Indicated Yj a lettor
found on his person addressed to Sia
ron, Penn., in which he describes to
parties not generally known the best
way to effect his liberty.
MEET NEXT AT ENID.
Dis, .Kind. Con-
nuItAtiin fre**, at 114 East
ig. Clovelarn Ave. Send rtve
i> two -cent sampi for "Llf j
VA cerret* •• worth $100. Ad*
Coal and Wood
Henryetta Coal $5 per Ton
Kimball Coal Co.
PROHIBITION IN FLORIDA.
TALLAHASSEE, Fin., April 22.
—The senate this afternoon passed
the Hilburn bill for submission of
state-wide prohibition to the vot-
ers by 24 to 7.
Work of Two Boosters Gets the
My pi. -cnal attention will be
given to ill order?. Coal wil' be
higher r, . . -v .
Now In New Hands
J. H, Martin has leased the
Smith Boarding Barn, corner
Vine and Cleveland. It has
been put in good repair and is
kept clean as a parlor. The
horses are thoroughly cared
for, well fed and always well
groomed and the buggies are
kept clean. When your rig is
kept at this barn you are al-
ways sure that the herse is in
the best of shape and that
your out-fit will go out alwavs
looking as sleek as a dai=v.
Come in and see us
r ' "irds
O - 1. Ave i J. H. MARTIN
MCALESTER. Okla., April 2 3.—The
Oklahoma Retail Jeweler's Association
and the State Optical Society closed
a joint three-days' annual meeting
here with a banquet last night. Offi-
cers were elected as follows: Opti-
cians: President, C. O. Lynch, Chan-
dler; Vice-presidents, W. E. Graly
Stillwater, and W. C. Phaeffle, Enl\l:
treasurer, L. F. M. Lloyd, Pond
Creek; secretary, Willard D. Hale
i Weatherford. Jewelers: President
j Joseph Mazer, McAlester, re elected
by acclamation; Vice-president, W P.
Haupt, Bartlesville; secretary, W. C.
Holt, Stillwater; treasurer, O. N. Barn
hill. El Reno; chairman of the execu-
tive committee, C. K. Shortesa, Mc-
Alester. Tho next meeting will be
iteld in Enid.
For Infanta and Child raa.
"he Kind You Hava Always Bough!
To facilitate the work of getting
signers to petitions, asking that I he
Taylor election law bo referred to a
vote of the people, Chairman Joe H.
Norris of the Republican stato com-
mittee suggests that In every town
and city, whero an election is held
next Tuesday, that the precinct com-
mitteemen, or others interested, have
a proper man in each precinct obtain-
ing such signers. Mr. Norris believes
the work of obtaining signature!
would thus be mado easy, ami a great
many signers could bo obtained In
the one day.
It would not be necessary for the
circulators of petitions to bo clor
to the polls, but at a sufficient dis-
tance and still close enough to rec-
ognize the voters and solicit signers.
With a man in each precinct an en-
tire city or town could bo canvassed
in the one day.
Chairman Norris reports unusual
good work among tho newspaper m
of the state. When the state com-
mittee decided to invoke the referen-
dum on tho election law, chairman
Norris sent a blank petition with a
copy of the election law and 'nstruc-
tions to every republican newspaper
mnn In the state, or at least to all
whose newspapers are listed with
him. If any were overlooked, it was
because he did not have tho names
of the papers.
As a result of sending the blank
petitions to the editors and owners
j of newspapers, Mr. Norris is now
Long Dplayed arid Muchly Spec- having them returned to him daily,
ulated Over Board Is Complete IfiUcd out in BOO(1 shape an<l c°rrf>cl
Uiatea uver aodva is uumpieiu. jn ,1et&n ..Tho newspaper men are
Meeting Called for Wednes- do!nK excellent work in this cam-
J. J. Shaland Lands the paign," he said today. "Not only are
they giving the columns of their pa-
pers to help fight the battle, but they
are active in circulating petitions for
signers and as fast as they get the
blanks filled they are returning thum
to me. I appreciate this good work
very much indeed."
Circulators of petitions must Insist
on signers filling in their postofflca
address, town and county, and street
number If living in a city. Sevaral
petitions thus far received have been
deficient In this respect.
HOFMAN, ALLEN, CHANDL'R
HUGO SCHOOL BUILDINGS
WILL HOUSE 1,700.
.. key Dealers Clean Up Millions of Dollars in Profits Yearly 1
Make S°wu„r Liquors at Home?
It's perfectly simple and easy ! Anyone
can do it by using ALCO Double-Concen-
trated Fxtracts. No distilling or other
apparatus required. No cooking; no
trouble. We tell you just how it is done
—how you can save all the decler's
profit, as thousands of others are doing.
ALCO Extracts are a powerful double con-
centration ofthe selfsame ingredients used
by all liquor dealers. Liquors made with
ALCO are of the highest quality and de-
lightful to the palata. Absolute purity
guaranteed undrr trie Pure Food and
Drugs Act of the U.S. Govt. Extracts lor
Six (6) Full Quarts Whiskey for $1.00!
ALCO makes Bourbon, Rye. Malt, Scotch and Irish Whiskey, Gins, Cognac, Peach, Apple, Apricot, Ba:
and Raspberry Brandy, Cocktails, Rum and Creme-de-Mentne flavor. Sencl u "" ""
d us $1.00 for extracts for 6 full
..aipberrv Brandy, Cocktails, Rum and Creme-de-Mentfie flavor. — . .
quarts in plain package, prepaid—1'JfuU quarts. fl.ftO—24 full quarts. &J.75. A1 lone kind or assorted, as
d.-slred. Money returned I f not exactly es rapresented. Orders filled immediately on receipt of price.
' your order now, before you forget. Booklet o tdistillers* secrets sent f-- Address:
* '1 CO.. Sc! Dfrfributjors, Dr 51 Ohio j!>
FOR BOND & GUARANTY. AND ANY OTHER INSURANCE and Beat
Bargains in Guthrie Reai-t-taU, eee M. L WEST, Agt. for U. S. Fidelity
A Guaranty Co.
TOWEL SUPPLY COMPANY
GUTHRIE TOWEL SUPPLY.
Cabinet Mirror. Brush Comb, 8oap and Clean Towel Each
^ Morning Phone 649. J. T ORAVS
V.I.ti jci; arc In nerd or money come t« us. We aj i
money on valuable articles,
L C Ft LAND A SO JUNH
CIrliti hariison &. 2nd Street Phone
I Pt\ EVENINGS UNTILL 10 •'CLACK.
Southeastern Town Has Ample
Facilities for Hope-
Special to the Capital.
HUGO, OKLA., April 23.—Tho c
tractor is beginning work on tne
three ward school buildings here t*U3
week. These buildings are all to b*.'
eight rooms each and equipped wltn
modern system of heating and ventila-
tion. These, with the present build-
lnglng, will give accommodation for
1,700 pupils. The contract price of
the three buildings is $43,169. They
are to be completed for the term of
school this fall.
Two Car Loads of Stubborn
Beasts Are Purchased.
MCALESTER, OKI.A,, April 23.—
R. W. Dick, wanJen of tho state peni-
tentiary, has bought two cars of mules
of Davis & Younger of Perry to us* on
the farm and do the hauling around
the new buildings at McAlester, DavH
& Younger Is one of the largest firm*
in tho Southwest dealing in mules and
OFEMAH BONDS UOLD.
OKEMAH, OKLA., April 23.—The
town Bnnni of Trustees bu Hold tbi
waterworks an .1 electric light bond*
to Hoehler & nummlngs, bankt-rs, of
Toledo, Ohio, who paid a premium of
$1,655 for the issue.
La to last night Governor Haskell an-
nounced the appointment of J. J. Sha, of
Bartlesville as judge of the new twenty-
fourth judicial district, to be composed
of Washington and Osage counties.
Judgu Sha was not an applicant for the
place and the appointment comes as a
These appointments comes under three
bills passed at the recent legislature
creating several new Judicial districts.
The board of public affairs has also
been named by Governor Huakell. This
board is another creation of tlie last ses-
sion and has control of all the public
The board is composed of Roy J. Al-
in, of Duncan; Roy V. Hoffman of
Chandler; and Bert Chandler of Vinita.
The first meeting of the board will be
next Wednesday April 28th.
PERSONAL OF BOARJJ —12
Col. R. V. Hoffman, one of the mem-
bers of the board, Is one of the best
democrats In the state. For the
last twenty years Col. Hoffman has been
prominent in the public eye, both as a
t and a politician. In military af-
fairs Col. Hoffman lias always taken a
deep interest and held a commission in
the Spanish-American war. He is a
member of the governor's staff and com
ma tiding colonel of the Oklahoma nat-
ional guards. He made a close fight for
the seat in the United States senate now
occupied by Senator Gore.
Pert Chandler, the republican member
of the board is a retired business man
ind a lawyer of recognized ability. In
the political world he has been promi-
nent both at home and abroad. He was
chairman of the republican third con-
gressional district committee in the re-
cent campaign and was instrumental In
electing Creager to congress. He Is a
mar. of extensive wealth and established
R. J. Allen, the other democratic mem-
ber of the board is a business mnn and
banker. He has an interest in a string
of banks and is at present at the head of
tho bank of Duncan. At the constitu-
tional convention lie served with distinc-
tion and was chairman of tho county
B..T. tho ^
TO CANCEL LEASE.
C. A. Stradley, et al, Files Suit
Against New York Company.
Special to tho Capital.
BARTLESVILLE, OKLA., April, 23.
—C. A. Stradley, W. O. Truskett and
W. A. Truskett filed suit in district
court yesterday against the New York
Oil and Gas Company to compel a
cancellation of a lease.
The oil and gas company procured
a lease from the plaintiffs for a tract
of land in Washington county to Jrill
for oil and gas. It is alleged In the
petition that the land was not devel-
oped according to an agreement and
it is therefore prayed that the lease
HON. ROBERT RAINEY
YOUNG DISTRICT JUDGE.
But Twenty-Eight Years Old, But!
h arm Loan-
121) 1-2 W.
Everything in Insurance, Fann and City Property for 8ala.
Rentals. List your property with me for quick galea.
F. A. Googins
DEADLY EMBALMED MILK.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.. April
23.—The eighteen months old daughter of
P. H. Williams and wife is dead from
drinking milk said to have contained
Ex-tovamor of Oklahoma.
Und Offloa, Territorial Department, All Department*
laiMlcrmtod Mkd alMuld know
ftbunt the vot
For bale at Post Office DruQ Store
Mall Orders 6ollcited
Special to the Capital.
SHERMAN. Texas, April 23.—Hon.
Robert M. Ralney, who was today ap-
pointed Judge of the Seventh Judicial
District of Oklahoma, ia but 28 years
old and a native of Sherman. Texas.
He is a graduate of Sherman High
School, from which he went lo the
State University. He read law in the
office of Hon. Barlow Dillard in thia
city before he located in Atoka, Okla
nnd enterevl the practice .f law. He
was a member of the First Legislature
of the State of Oklahoma, to which he
was elected as the Democratic nomi-
nee. H is father, Jesse Rainey, de
cr-nsed, was police magistrate in this
city twenty years ago. His nearest
relatives in Sherman are Edwin Moore
James Steedman and Mrs. Fannie
Moore, uncles and aunts, respo^tlv^ly.
BANK R0BBZRS' TRIAL.
Alleged Yesrs-men Who Cracked
Special to the Capital.
ENID, OKLAHOMA. April ?3.--To
morrow the preliminary hearing of J
F Bradley, alias "Blacky, and Frank
Dlckerson, accused of the Coi-lwater
hank robbery will be resumed Lefore
Justice H. O. Olasser. FX! Murphy
alias Mahon will also be arraliged at
the hearing. Murphy was caught)
near Tulsa on Saturday and brought
here for safe keeping It is believed
that the case ngalnst Dlcker*on will
be dismissed at this bearing on tho
ground of lack of evidence.
Scalp had been Scaly for Some Time
— After an Attack of Typhoid
Fever his Hair Began to Fall Out
by the Handful —Now It is
THICKER THAN EVER
THANKS TO CUTICURA
Every Ladies Suit in
Our Store at
25 per cent & 1-3
per cent OFF
27 Suits to Close
§12.50 Suits to go at $7.95
$20.00 Suits to go at $12.95
$22.50 Suits to go at $14.95
$25.00 Suits to go at $15.95
$27.50 Suitsto go at $16.95
$32.50 & $35.00 Suits to go at $18.95
$37.50 Suits to go at $19.35
Ap no Wasli skirts made of English Repp cloth,
5DaUU Blue, Tan, White, and Pink M QC
Aft rft Non split silk Petticoats all new shades and
w0i3U colors. Friday and OQ QQ
Saturday at OOiuO
Handsome tub suits made of Blue Repp cloth trim-
med with heavy lace both coat and skirts. Q C Q C
These suits worth $7:50. On sale Fri. & Sat. OJidO
We Move Safes, Pianos and All Kinds of
Household Goods With Greatest of Care
liceoivers and Distributors phone
of OAK LOAD LOTS 39
Tt thAt thfc roiirtH nro In ft dls -
frr#* mf>nt ns to tho rlKht of n woman to
h\j«har\d'« pooketf for money
Th women ftro asrreort. howftver. bo the
rnurts don't matter.—St. Louis Post-Dla-
" About two years uro I was troubled
With i.ir head being scaly, like dandruff
though I wash mjr
head one© a woe
always, it nevergav
me any troubl<
na itching or smart-
ing and X never no-
ticed any falling of
the hair. Iiut shortly
after that I had an at-
tack of typhoid feve?
and I was out of tho
hospital possibly two
months when I first
noticed tho loss of hair, my scalp
being fit ill sealy. I started to use a
dandruff cure to no effect whatever.
And 1 used a quinine preparation quite
freely which did no good either.Whet her
it was tho effoct of tho fover or some
ecalp disease I don't know, but I had
actually 1 t hope < f saving any hair at
nil. I could brush it off my c<x.t bv the
handful. It got so bad that I didn't
no«xi to comb it any mom — In fact I
■was afraid to. My brother, who had
u.-'od the Cuticura Hemedies with satis-
faction. advised mo to try them. After
using two cakes of Cuticura Soap and
nearly a box of Cuticura Ointment, tho
change was surprising. My scalp is
now clear and healthy u.i could bo and
my hair thicker than hv* " vhereas t,ix
months a^ \ hua :>iy oauu .iju><o up to
be ba'/i in a short time. T will have (
photograph taken .titer anrl M« n«i vol.
one. William F. Stee«* P-oad Sfc..
Pittsburg, Penn.. Me ** 1 *nu 1
Warm baths with lJutlcura Soap and
grv.tle anoiniinrca with Cuticura Oint-
n.« nt. when nHjttmai oy I'uu
cura Kesoiveni uiquia or .jillsj, affora
Instant relief In the mailt diitressingformi
of itching, burning, sealy, crusted hu-
mor*. eczemas, m ■' '"fmnmati >na, !r-
ritatio.io una untllttp <4 lUMttOy and
childhood, permit rest and sleep and
point to a f needy p..u permanent cure,
in tho majority of caaes, when all other
Cutlrura Boap OtatfiMni (SOc.). R*w>lvrnt
(50r >, nnd (,'hoco;ne Coated Plili (2oo.).<«rt- fold
throiHrhoiii tnt world. Potter Drun <% Chum. Corp.,
Sole J'ron*.. ll7 Columbus Ave., Bo«ton,
9TMailed l ieu. Cuticura liuuk en ttklu ' 'Ucu u#
Poison's Transfer Co.
SUCCESSOR TO .M WEINBERGER
Large, Clean Storage Rooms
501-509 W. Oklahoma
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
CXUD0C3T BANK IN OKLAHOMA
IX C ora. Pr n* Dalft J. W. P«T. J. B. BmM • &
HOTTT B AJrp Mid Robert 8otin rf
OffV-.r -0, C. OW. PrmMniti F. D*l« *n<l J. W. P rtr. Vh -I
KobMt 8ohR>w*. CMhter; C IV UiTlghornt, am la taut Oiahlw.
, B. FAIRFIELD
TRANSFER. COAL AND STOWAGE
Receivers and Distributors of Oar Lots. Best Grades
of Coal Always in Store.. Goods Packed, Stored and
Shipped to Order.
QU?CC SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
407-409 West Harrison Avenue.
FARM LOANS, INSURANCE AND ABSTRACTS
Only Complete Abstracts of Title In Logan County.
7ou Pay Interest and Principal at Our Office.
Oldest and Largest Insurance Agency In Oklahjuuk
W. M. BRONSON,
Black Bldg. 118 W. Oklahoma Ave., Guthrie, Okla.
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