Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 47, Ed. 2 Saturday, February 12, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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!&r ar.d love and affection."
•hlch she do**- not regard a* a valuable
cons'ldrmtlon.'' Therefore Ella goes Into
I ask* to be give n a Judgment for
I I llama*** in the turn of IS.OflO, «ptM
UtrMrt Omr Q Ui UN ska pc
Its Session Dra*s a B>g Attendance
I RECTORS MEET
a Clti N I •
THE FIRST BREAK.
Ratification of the Seminole Trcr.t>
Destroys Indian Unity.
MICH LARGER THAN LAST YEAR. u, " HIGHLAND PARK CASE SETTLED
I terday a/ternc-on. at which all agi*e
Thf l attlemen l*r«tr t %gaia*f the
Th e n
w « altahan Nr%«>lut ion* In
I «nfrr*ti l ending Public
land*. . ' .1 *. r
e with the Indiahoma C\
-nipany wert ratirtt-d.
The President 4 onMderia* OUIa
homn Judicial % pp«i n t mr at •
J? and mortgage* A meeting
t** kholders is called for the
itlt? the act* Of t)M 41rt tors. I Jadge
That *la\ I and Ki\r
Washington F< b ?
ja c ent ou *.h a es'
tendance ;s full
11 was I*st year,
peeled to Arri' <
ed the town wi
m all par:# cf t
i pr P*rv< - C.olden Medical P.Sv v-
M Hk I it n • atm di-| From The State Capital Bureau,Clt
j vest ve action, searches % ut dise*
perms wherever they exist and puts! " J"
:he w h • body into a vigorous, strong P3*** *"*tlned
id healthy vvnd:tu-n It builds up the treaty between the Seminole
j solid, useful flesh, rubs ut wrinkles, an dthe commissioners <n
~ ~ • >. - and in Ml HI e rea - ( f Qltttd States T his ■
! y worth living. ^ ^ _ ratified a* i bre ks i >
THE CHOCTAW EXTENSION.
■4ha. shall be paid to «cl Indian trite
k the United State*.
BENTLEY IN WASHINGTON.
E THERE TESTIFYING N Ki
GARO TO THE KlOK.-POOSl
ashed :.h# K:;k
:h a. j
r*'4p<m Ait-.t !•'.
\V«fc-.-K- n to
W«h:n ton an.
LAND FOR EXCHANGE.
I have a farm of ?C0 acres in \\ hite county, Ark , with
.'wellinp house, barn, orchard, wells and springs therton.
Also 1 have a tract of 407 acres of rich bottom land in same
county, .'50 of which is under cultivation, fine frame dwelling
out-houses, barns and orceards, located within three miles of
railway station and four miles of Swicy, the county seat, a
town of 350O people. 1 have also cither smaller farms located
in said county. 1 will sell or exchange any or all of the
above named places for Oklahoma farms or city real estate.
JOH!N D. DeBOIS, Guthrie, O. T.
• \ . EXS1 S OF rHE
RA : KOAP WILL hi:
• l.ETED IV MAY :s
IN PRESIDENT HANDS.
OKLAHOMA JUDICIAL A IT INT-
MENTS BEING C0K8IDERFD '
N. H. STURGIS,«
— g^T r ^
Cotton Gins, Eng n:s, Boilers, Grist Mills.
Shafting. Pulleys, Belting, Corn Shellers,
Wagons, Scales, Steam Pumps and Jets.
BOTH NEW AND SECOND HAND.
■v t a a a.., extend w«>twa rd
1 and also that w^rk on the
commence at once. with the
tahoe by May 1st. The road
© the western boundary of
d a spur running from the
v wa. Comanche and Apache
members before the convent .on adjourns. exter.? n a
Many Texa-< are :::g and say that the .
growth of Woodward as a market for
feeders makes it necessary t\ r them
50 if thf> -:e rsd to ktep up w*:h t *>. pr - n exten
ceasicm. There are cattlemen here today Oklahoma
from a* far south as the FVrt W rth and
lVnver City railway, and members a-.vi
ership vf at least head of cattle the "•>* -1"- '* : ^
cash e>QUivaIert of which :* aas:ly ?.\ m - :v.:ry w
lion dollars. wes*
The convention ac.oumed until 4 o'clock .
without transactinc any bus:r.e>*.
SPECIAL KANSAS CITY CAR.
Short v after r.. n twer.tx -f.ve r~--
Wra of Kansas r.:v KtVV st^vk ivinmii* country that if now untraversed by ra
su n flrri « arrived r.a spr :al car A roads.
big crowd i f t.iens met the visitors
at the dej-v t and escorte-d .htm tv thr When the st> mach and bowels a
LEE IS IN DANGER.
Ti t westtrn and uthw --tern t\ter> n
f the Choctaw a .U be of mmense bene-
t to Oklahoma City .vs it will give a di-
to our a "-.v lesa'.ers to that vast
Fr m ... : :4thSt.
Washington Feb 9 —The preside*
today t«-k up and considered the p.
pers f candidates f r the Oklahoma ,
judiv ar> It is expected all five nom« •
" : ■ ' The Department Witholds H s Report
N ...n \ •
be appointed. A hard f.ght is being
|made to secure Burford s appc-.nt-
ment as chief justice. It he w-
G G Ci .ette s
Wtx«dNw Kan . .-a
At 4 v . !vvk rresidetit J W H« 'man of
Woodward. .. e%i the cv-r.\ rntic-n ti
vrder and introduced Judge J. R Dean,
i-i Woodward. >*h *ir ;\ered the ad-
dress of we v. me
President G W M n\ a ,1 lY Ag-
ricultural and Meshar. a', o-. ege. res-
ponded cn behalf of the ass tat r.
Said he We k- a th- bic hr .rts
and the ktr.d'y treatment . f \V -d-
ward We remember ur rx^yal wel-
come last year and we are glad *.• cet
here again. This year s statistics
show that the '..ve st k vf the t'nit-
ed States > • t .irs
more than it was a year ac This ter-
ntory has been v. rderfu' v b'essed
We have ha.', g-x d crop ft t d
ter and g<«od markets
Colonel McO \ of Kansas st kr
briefly n bree-i ng Dur -g s r« •
marks ► e < - > wed t . t ; • - - .. t' ^ * -'
ern cvuntry was a breeding ground
the northwestern a matur ng ground
In Southwestern Texas fT per cent oi
the cons pr ^iuced calves r. M. tana
only S? per cent Ta a'ves b m
Texas ur.d-r the s. e
might show a divertn * f ;. - ~d
He toM of the big strong oattle tha
came fr m the er\ -- ng -f Heret\ - - w
"TVxas w*j T1" - s r w bei-g "e
iVfckahv m* M- Campl-
Herefords H predict ed
kecMoe the predominAr.t
Short-hor• > were r.rxt
wrong, what seems a mere trifle,
wt y Kand ■ • j v.ccks the wh '.r svstem. Every part
w • h. ts r us
•. ; th b- dy ft-eis the effects f a
tie constipation. The head aches, the
mouth tastes bad; the stomach is dis-
tressrd the liver is . \ ngested and tor-
pid. you feel sluggish and miserable
and dvwn-hearted: the energies are
completely paralvied—all for want of
a little help to regulate the stomacn
and b-^vels. What you want is Pr • tuthrs-
Pierce s Pleasant Pellets. They w ill ! -luthrie entitled to a deed for Highl
make y u regular and you keep s< | ftrri ,inting t. aN ut fifty ..
they &vt in a comfortable, natural
F I L - wV
vv-r. like Strtr.c.
If It Wa Si> 'n in Fail It flight
I'rvvoUf \n \ aclt <lu
Him in lla\ ana.
REFUSED A REVIEW.
INTKiII P. DEPARTMENT P.l'LES
IN FAVOR OP HI iHLAND
Fr — T- • State t.\ I - I4-v St
Washing ti r.. Feb 9.—The interior de-
partment t day denied the m ti n fer
a review filed by H race Adams. A -
len Carruthers, John W. Farker and I
Frevi M. Elk as, against the city
? department still holds |
pusnrd with a . r
j .\'T.par.:«. .n-
CHILDREN A SPECIALTY.
Old Pictures Copied to Any Size
\.pit. I Hill.
urally and also
liver. You don*
their use. they
ower to mi've nat- j
me a slave u j
vv a s. you stay
IN MEM* V.IAL.
th hwa • Prou t.
ed and respc*.'^ed memtx
r. - with. February A ' k theref
: done Kes* \ ed. that r the dra
\ pen en 'e Uti Com this league has
t> av uld } K ved member and that w
It a-a* humbly N wing to the pn
ved that th. s -
From The State Capital Bureau M S*
Wm J. R ! N : C - - ..
ty vice Wm. A Mo nkey. rem \>-
Theodore J. Hadley. l*n: n. Canadii
uaty. v -e W n. T Manney. r>
'r >7 r'V . N MIN A ~ I N-
W.-.sh:ngt r. Feb -—The f • :
Next M - i y ^ Va enrn-
rHE SAM I
Home Grown fruit.
The past season's fruit crop has dem-
ons t rated beyond doubt that we have
the finest fruit country inthe L'nited
States and that apples are a grand
| sue .ess beyond a doubt. Peaches and
Plums especially the Japanese sorts,
w'. rid. We are large growers of the
Goaraotee Geauiaf and True to Same.
!! We expect to be in the business
N • .
j, tn R W
thing in the
AN . KI.AH MA F
WILL BE HEARD FEB. 21.
m-th.-r ur sir. ere symjVi
their sad bereavement.
JUDGE TARSNEY WILL HEAR a!.L | Reso lved that theee re^
WABRANT \ S >~S N TH.C. spread upvn the records of
r s be
El Ren. Feh
Tarsr.e> has set Mcaday FVhnuary r.
as the tire f r bearing war-^nt
cases -.a. the unces r. h. s s
trice The folios ng .*>ee are - * > "
Johnson vs FU^ge' M:i s
Sat Row ir r. v s Rv g* r M s
Hall X-jfhv>graph.r.g Cv crt^ar y
e^eorge T^e-.SS vs Canadia-
J K Rarrv ? \.« Wash.ta
James Ke'.sc vs Washita
H P Young vs Washita
f Ml Rat mJ imafc Bl
Rar.k of M "vv \s Washita
H H !>**:> vs Custer cvu.nty
Augustus de Lane vs Caster > ur.ty
George Thetss Ash. ar.i Kan vs
Custer co unty
f>"« Nat ^
Joel R Rarr w-s \^s Ou*e- courty
F M HuMel! vs Washita county
R. G Mvvre vs Custer county
Atisr. M s vs Cluster w.r;
J R Rur-oms vs P cv-usry
Ray W nght vs P chanty
FFNSI NS -RANTED
Washinct n. Feb >.—Neva Langley
and that a t y thereof be put shed ch. taw City granted r-'s • f S?
i The v k .-khv r a State Capita Couth-
Ine Leader and Oklah-.a Represent a •
Sp-e*. a." —Jutge . r Ar>d th.xt h -v vf e t
widow and the family j
N T NT " ' SE ST P.: fr.OM
BILL AS AMENDED
L -gar.. and
I Roses, Cut Flow ers and a general F. r-
■ st - st k Ca ind see tbe st kt
h- yards at East Harrison Avenue.
Bfirubfr tfifircss. *orvr>®< Fltrbt
RENFRO DRUG CO.,
M " HART
E Y FREEMAN
F- - - • Stat? :ar ta Furea
H-v-.o. -r" - -s
COUNTY ROAD OPENED.
p-*-;c I H1GHWAT FP. M
- - - r.-. i
K KEl FAX INVENTEI Bl -
reaciied as extreme
! The committee ~ takrg th
f the eaveio
; k'te sse*
ir? :> -ng t
OSCAR G. LEE DEFENDANT.
PROFTTET riNANOlALl T FT WIN- •- - a-vtt-e? -
n.n •. the arrr.. . \s r ix'
ta ti* d:*rrt ci-erks cf
v..e iiut.'tr.x n ed a s-
pg— r e :h cay ~
laim* T^e : *
Hear- .r r*. Oscar (5 Le
est se*r t; t«e a "x? 5
Aisster I. T ard th e
car s* . c hare h
tbe ^r^ee*<es ar-d eac
he in Fee as: ra re
.ty w . he rewa-5ec ac-v-s*
* Wbea the stam; f cr. the same re
ujrmghr Aore^T. my - ve **ss I
whaiin i fleft :n :«an ef.
If ^ ou Ha>e a Mobb> ....
for some particular medicine or drug
- - *■ ' ~Vm and don t like to be offered a substitute
'.r;thr.e F~ i>e" n Logan t nte here when you need a new sup-
| ply We are pretty sure to have it.
- *- ^-v the >'th., Every thing that a well stocked drug
d--.- A . -t tht hrur of store usually carries, and a great
t p.. as • aid day a: • -.e east many things besides can be found cn
- r e- 'ar;- t: the . _ c.r.g - m cur shelves.
a :-: .n h use tr the ty cf Guth- The purity of the drugs sold by us
w -~'-T temtory proceed and the accuracy of our prescription
-.^ned Da-, d A. Fe . es subject ;ust what the doctor ordered.
--e. ty a-
. - patent j
k_--u a hat
C. R. RENfRO. ;o\£r!
• rea eata — • - --
C t y V. v
*.t w-.re fer.
• eland aver.
ter t5ie r ?cra
the rew w. S ar.d me cv:
-• m a. h r *: -
-« \y-.t ir. .htn* to ba. i
F i.-Tr.frs Cir. -.-.ik- h.*
?r rr.ts a rv«d and far.y
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Greer, Frank H. Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 47, Ed. 2 Saturday, February 12, 1898, newspaper, February 12, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc275261/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.