The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 239, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 1, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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THE FIRST PAPER PUBLISH ED IN OKLAHOMA.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY FEULUJAIIY I 18M.
THE QUEEN CITY
Her Scclal Swim and General Round
THE WEST SIDE METKOl'OMS.
i:i Itrliti the lllilurnilo nf IMIte Klit'iint)
KtilertHln Tli tVlnler-Matrliiiii.
iil.il Mlrne-Chur'li Uhurll)
- Tlie l.lfti Mini (IniHlli
nf n I'r.npernus
hi. Hr.xo Olc Jan. 29.-Special
Correspondence. No society event
given this winter 1ms lieen more thor-
oughly delightful notwithstanding
the "elements" than the 1 o'cjoolc tea
given ly Mesdntues .T. J. O'Hourk and
Fred II. Wright. Ha coming was an-
nounced to tlie itivlteil guests on white
r.ards In one corner of which was n
daintily sketched spool and thimble
the needle threaded with delleatesllk
Indicating "fancy work."
At 3 o'clock the quests assembled at
the. beautiful residence of Mrs
O'Hourlt where after spending un
l..H I.. .....t... ...vImif l.ta.fiu tit '.ftlrC
I1UIII 111 l-AVIIUllKlll; i.- ... .' i
stitches" and conversation silence i
reigned to listen to a delightful tun-
ideal program tendered by Mrs. S. II.
Pettee Mrs. llrown and Mrs. It. P.
Htlll Kl Hciiii'n llnest talent.
'1 he guests then adjourned to the
charming little home of Mrs. Wright
where covers were laid on iiiui tetCv
tables for thirty. The menu eonslsted
of all the delicacies of the season
served In course-. '1 he houe was
brilliantly lighted banquet lumps
under rose swnrthed globes shed u
pretty (flow over the glasses bon bons.
huiidsome ehliia. sinllus and profusion
of potteil plants.
'1 he following quests were prmeut:
Mcsiluuivs Judge Iturford. P. i: Mitch-
ell U. K Morrow. Sr . It. 11. Morrow.
Jr.. Will Smith Prod Smith. Ned Tor-
rest J ullu Forrest S. It. IVttee. lleo.
Ornut. P. It. Humphrey. II T. smltl
It. P. Still. W. I. Itaxter
gun. P. P.. Olllette. C. I.
Ackfrmun. It. P. llcgler.
Ili'ii II. Mm--
Sl'VtTV. W III
noil Johnson. Mciinith l.nglc. Kelly.
Klekcy Marlow Itrown and A ins-
worth". The reception givo in lionor of Mr
iintl Mrs. W. I ISaxtei- on their return '
from their bridal tour bv Mr. and I
' h. It 1 . Still uud Mr and Mrs. C. I.
.-every at the commodious home of
Mr. aiid Mis. Wu;. Ackerman. was a
memorably charming event attended I
by over ." guests. Hie "elite ami
beaut v of the Oueen City. .
.Mr.' ami Mrs. Still. Mr. ami Mis.
sverv and Mr. and Mrs. It.ixter re-
eolvt'i'l In the south parlor where the !
lloral decoiatlons showed a prevalence
of green In artistic form 'I he bay j
window hud a very elTcellvu draping
of sinllav and palms where fruit I
punch was served by Miss Nettle A'k-i-rmuii
and Miss Itlanche l'rcyberger.
The young girls ilresse m pure iv hlte
with green deeoratloi presented a
Mis Wood. Miss Tnstln and Miss
Aekerman served dainty refreshments
In the dining room and looked v.-ry
churinlng in short evening' gowns
with t. .'-tinted shades lemllntr a dash
of color. Tim center table was cov-1
ered with u handsomely embroidered :
e.nvcr the center plccu a miniature (
lake with garntiturc of ferns making
an elTictive scene. MUs Forrest
M-rved chocolate In the library under
plulc and green lights. Mr. and Mrs.
Ackcrtuau b.itlu the guests good night
in thu north parlor.
Mrs. Itaxter received in her bridal
robe of Ivory white fal'le duchess lace
trimmings; hair dressed high sur-
mounted by a llllgreo comb; pear! or-
naments currying u bunch of superb
white roses tied with white satin rib-
bon. Mrs. Still wore u very elfectiegowii
of palu blue erepe en trulue tlm low
round neck lliilshed with dlumond
pendent and fur-gct-uie-notH.
Mrs. Seery -White brocade satin
elaborately trimmed In ehltlon and
pearl passementerie diamond orna-
ments; Marshal Neil loses.
Mrs Aelteriuan lllack silk hand-
somely tiimmed in gu'pr.to lace and
jet pllik earuatio'l.
Itev. Ned Forrest has been grantrd
ii vacation of three weeks or inoin by
lliu membcra and board of trustees of
Ills church and left direct for Itostou
where he will confer with a number of
wealthy clulstlan gentlemen who are
interested in the upbuilding of
churches In Oklahoma territory mid
have selected the iltyof VA Iteuo ns
the nroper plac for the erection of
one of thu llnest and most modern edl-
ll.es within the bounds of thu terri-
tory. Mr. Forrest came to this city a
year ago and found a membership of
seven threo of whom were children;
today he has a membership of over
eviMity ami preaches to one of the
largest congregations in the eltv If
not In tin) territory. It Is an m ml
fccue In anew country for ir. n fid
women to be turned away nig' uf'er
night from the doors of a chur. '. yet
tills scene has been repeatedly enacted
at the Pilgrims Congregational church
Itev. elms. II. Miller of the Presby-
terian chun h has been conducting a
ipilet iind Interesting levival assisted
by Itev. II. II Shauhuii. and Is meet
lug with abundant success. At the
Sunday afternoon meeting to men
only he told the story of the death ol
Ills two little children: how death hud
entered his home; how he longed for
the sympathy of his fellow men. The
story wns 'given with great earnest-
ness and whs both touching uud beau-
tiful. The dedicatory scivlces of the Chris-
tian church lit It o'clock w ere both
appropriate ami satisfactory from a
llnauclul lev. nearly four' hundred
ilollurs being raised In the twinkling
if nu eye members of all denomina-
tions contributing their mite. After a
Holo mug in u sweet clear voice bv
Mrs. Chits. Sharpe Itev. II Sinltli
I r.slnr of thu Central church of Tope-
((.I Kan. wiin picNuntrd to the con-
gregation by Ilev Chas. Sharpe In a
lew happy remarks. Itcv. Smith stated
that he was delighted t come to Okla-
homa In the sleep of winter and lie
liuved that history would show that it
was tl o original Harden of Kden. The
church was erected at a cost of S-! .loo
uud Is modern In style of architectural
The editor of Tin; Si t; Cap-'
trAI In Ills all-wool dress suit
created a sensation here last Tuesday i
evening at the hop given by thu Young .
Men's Social club. He was all Invited !
guest thu tarltf taken oil thu wool so
to speak. Oulto a number hnvu ac
cepted his advice unit telegraphed the
chairman of the national democratic
committee for a suit
ramu uattcrn. as ho Informed them
Hint they are given nrvny free as an
IlKK II. MOllOA.V.
COME OUT I
Let Every Republican Do Out To
AND HAVE JUS SAY!
A Hi pulilienii C'lljr Ontr.il UoiniiillUe
.Mrrllnc ill Wlilcli t lit- ('olillnlltrt-
IiiiIIpi nil I lie Ileiiiilillriiii nl
(liillirln li lie 1'rrai-nl
unit ('. Ie I'm
The city republican central commit-
tee at Its last meeting adjourned to
meet ut 7:3u tonight In tin P. S. court
room und issued a call inviting all the
republicans to meet there en masse to
express their views mi the steps which
should be taken in the coining city
campaign. The committee does not
d eii re to net without thu freest har-
mony and as.es that tonight the repub-
licans instruct it what they wautdoue.
Thu committee m merely the machin-
ery of the parly and its duty Is to carry
out the will of the paity. Let every
republican tie out tonight and don't
be ufrutd to talk. Speeches will lie
limited so everybody run lue hlssuy.
( II Itl-Mllo
i liaiimau of Committee.
K P. Mi I mii Secretary
Dr. Price's Cream linking Powder
W'urlJ't I'alr llluhc.t Medal anil Olpluiriit.
ci i.n in si dm i ins
.lulu lillrl.li- I'llt-lli-l'i liii.tli.oil.i liliil
in i ! . I.I III
"i.i MIH . II. I'e'i I .lidin Me-
Hi lite pi-esiilent if thu t'nitet Mine
Wiu-hers of Aiilene.i. -.aid to d.i that
the direct cause of the western Penn-
sylvania mluin riot was starvation.
The miners h !! the Kiicrator ivspmi-
slide for tint cinditloii und twlng des-
penile destroyed prum rtv The price
of mini nir had been reduced from T'J
( cuts the prb-c on lie- competitive
bnsls per ton to ns law ns tu cunts
The depre-."'d state of the en.il tr.ido
gau tin- miners less thaiihilf w rl
mid It wit. dillleult for litem t'lllw oil
their earning- mil with credit den led
ut the stores they ivi-iv ullduriiig some
of the hardships of hunger
Mellrlile -nil that the Ohio minus
uere practically closed und thnt the
Ohio miners must ulso accept wages
bclu Ihe-c.ilctomeet Plttttuirgh tntes
or do without work lie closed by
nipping the knuckles of the in mi who
biought the li.iij-Pllgllsh spouktlig
miners lieiv bvenusu they were siti-
poted to b4 more tractable than thu
native lxirn or English spanking work-
men. and wen- now .ilnr.tnjf the Uuiis
lieciusu tli. were desperate
Ai'iiiLA.N a w.i:nv.
I'iIkIiiIhI l r.iiltlinif i Witrli lliuliir S jii-
teiiccil In lie shut.
t i-i: I'i.hs Pub 1 -Mat lioo'-l-
Adams has reported to the government
that he has i.ipturi-.l the wltuh doctor
who has for n long tnn past ln-.-u tho
terror of U Mat.ibeli" iuh-ibltiug the
l.r.ials In tho ieiuity of shiloh
Thi-. when doctor Is said to huvo bet-n
in the habit of entering the hranls
where the peoplo were so afraid of him
that they dure.i not insist rind enrr) lug
oil uo-iieii and elilldrell whom he
bound bv the hiiiub mid feet mil after
picking out thou eyes with needles
left on the nver brink for crocodiles to
'I he Hitch doctui. thoii tho litis-
Ujnd of a ivoiuaii clftsrd u u witch
and l said to hnte aUted the so-
called doctor In his uii-.K'itles hat been
tiled of the charge of iniirdci found
guilty nnd senteiieet to lie tliot MaJ
lioold-Adam in louclitsloii says that
he lias lieen enabled to set at liberty
s.-cral victims wliu Imd Is'en carried
olf und tortmi I In the two monster-
but liml Hot vet lie ii put out of their
VII. CAM'S I.Vsl' AI'I'l.VI.
Aliiillur IlK) tllinteil Him llniuti Ihlimer
I'i'iiilliii; it I'lnil V pin ! to I'rcliliiil
I'aiiis. Idh. t. -Vulll-iul. the un-
arehlst w Ini. on Decemln-r .1' threw a
IhiiiiIi Into the etiallilier of depnth s fur
whlcli crime he was tried and in-
teiiee.l lo death was to huvo lutcii
ifitilloiined to-day. Imt the death sen-
tence has lieen postponed pending u
dual appeal to President Ciiruot.
'I he Pliiec de lloiptette was ngttin
ei-ouileil this iiioriilug by about the
same Ihi'ontr of sight sects as have been
in that iielghliorlioii'l since Sunday
night The iiuthorltle are earefully
wati'lilii' till the peopb as it Is le-
licied to le pr-obalile that iwp.it hUers
w ith Vatlhiut m i.v attempt siuiedus-
pcrate deuiiUistiMtloii upaii the morn-
ing of his death
The Fig.u-o sivs that the doeuiiients
lit Valllaiit s cute were forwiirtled to
the Klysce pulace this morning and
that President Carnol will undoubtedly
receive Multio liaborl uoiilisel for the
dofi-iisc before uniulng to a Html dmil'
slou. Thu guiierul oplttlmi seems to Imi
that Valllaiit will Im ilISosd uf tis
QOT A' SEAT
Hepubllcin Hejolee Ovor a Victory In
DICK UKOKEirS PREDICTION.
IteSrtlil I In- Wilt. mi lllll W'mi 111 Impair Hi
Urmucrallc Vulo In .Now VurU-Au-
nl-rila Stoma I.rKr All
Ituln Vote Tim L'u-
New Yontt Feb. 1. The ipeclal
elections for congiessmen In the Four-
teenth uud Fifteenth districts resulted
in nu even distribution as far as the
political parties ore concerned but the
republicans are rejoicing over their
signal victory In the Fourteenth dis-
trict. There the republican candidate.
Lemuel Hi Qulgg led his i ival. William
L llrown. by ti? I votes and thus suc-
ceeds to the sunt left vacant by Col.
John II Fellows democrat now dis-
trict attorney In the 1 ifteclith dis-
trict Is.ulore Strauss was elected over
Frederick Slgrist republican to suc-
ceed A. P. Fitch now comptroller of
this city by Il)s7 majority
Tlie defeat of Drown e.une us some-
thing of a surprise to ma"v. Ills
iiomlmitloii was considered ' "ir-
nlitee of his election uud in e-
clilicd to run for his old set he
stale senate on the promise of tlie . il-
nation for eongiess. He wus also a
IcadiiiK light In Tuinman.v
This being tlie tlrst congressional
election since the couiuic iicfliiclil of .
the general agitation over tlie Wilson
bill and the Income tax the result
lends color to u reported remark by
Itichard ( roker the Tammany 'boss;"
lit his' late Inteivle.v with President
ClevelamL that the jms'age of Hie
Wilson till) would Impair thu chimes
of the democratic congressional eimdi-
dates in Now York.
The complete unoiUelal tlgures ure
I'uurtfi'hth illMrli-l-I.m'-l I'. Q.imt r-ii .
13. VW. ' lllliini I. llrown (ilaai I It! s p'u
rallt-r fur QuIck ( ("I Hint a ri'imtillcan nrl
kj.iln ot ' 1 1n- h-ui i-1 imrtr eintlldaip r
celirj 3Tt ui-is aiivluotMutxir ". um1 r
lilliltlon -i-i !
I'lllMiitli illiirlt't Isditnri- -straust idem. s
IV Ml I'lrilrtklt Sutrl-.! ireji tU.Ti'3 a pin-
ru Ity uf I 6 fiir t-inu-s tni-l a repji!lti-aii m-l
k'.ilh uf t.l".' Hi" iii-lu'i-l rum I Mb U- s)lrit
' i)U". iti- wiiullt .SM mill tin- iirulilolilon
III republican election districts some-
thliivrllke i.'i per cent of the leglstered
votuwaseilsl but lit theileiiiocrulie dis-
tricts the iieiveiitiiirv a only ill toil.".
VMiIiiIkIiI Alliii'l. i'i Ho- Vontliu Irmi
W'nrki ut I'tii-li'imli I'.
I'tr I. -lii-lii. ii l'u . i-'i is !. A riot oc-
curred shortly .tit -i- midnight at the
Vc'ulus iron noil of Muorhea I. Urn
A n betwe -ii Hie striker ami non-
union men. Hue mitt was probably
fatally shot nnd u uuiulier injured
Mime time ago th' c imp.iuy re luce.l
wages li p-r is ut and th employes
icfitscd It Th- plant shut dow-u a
few duvs ago. mil the (Inishluu de-
p.irtiiieul resumed with tiou-uiiloii meii
l.;isl night the rtriliers held u meeting
and resolved to -land tllin After the
udjoiiriiuieiit iib-mt fifty colored uud
white men stilt'- I lor th ini'.t to drive
the iion-uuioti ui'ii mil With ciiim
uud veil- the nioo lore down the fence
and umde a lu-li fi.i the tltiuhiug b'
partiuent Alxiut a d'-xen men were at
The mob carried rvohi-r. cluls and
stones. Thev tired suveral vu'le.vs and
nt the first one u workman whose
name Is not knoivn fell to the iloor
shot through Hie buck He will piob-
ably die The wnrkm-u weie then
surrounded nnd lin? oiiIiiuiiiIk ie I
foill tjnnr-uVI pie. '.. I.itel' fiotu Pie
mill protecting themselves with tools
nnd plceesof irmi. Tlio.v were driven
some diituiica and tlion es-ap-d sev-
eral wtre Injure I but how seriously is
imt known After their flight the mob
1 tic plant was at once shut down ami
the furnaces banked No attempt will
i be made to resume until the men Imvh
I protection The leudeis of tin mobaie
mi. M'nci.vs us si iiiiiit.s
Hi ltlli-Mti4 tl l ilpliiliin nf llirlrdr!
I l-llllh It.
Otntoll. Mich lob. l.-llev Father
Ld ward McOlMin the .New VoiU priest
ill an interview hen- Insisted that he
had not retracted one nopl of his opin-
ions on parochial school which led to
ecclesiastical entitle In lug placed on
him and declared It wet -ml the prov-
i v ifit' of priests llio iQihereccle-
sinsllc to tench air. but religion
The public schools w m-ii proMrlv con-
ducted rteie ull that could be desired
ParoL'hlal s.-hools wen- itnpi-oper foi
the reason Hint the children who m I
tended tin-ii i were isolated Inn manner. I
Religion should I e tiitighl nnlv in i
chuieli and Mimlii.v se'-.ooN ami at the i
III Ml. Ml I.V.
Iiliul.i sIiitIiti vtaii' II Win 111 fur liirlni- I
lint I'liri'luiii'l. I
M vsslll l.i Pa I el l Twenty1
deputies miller Chief l.owri' made a I
raid on the anarchist settlement at
Itiiwer Hill iliN luoriiuiH uinl ariested
tendinis and Italians 'I hey are re-
garded -is duper.ite men iml are now
I In Jail Thi'M' were the men ho wniiieit
I in Iml. I ii meeting on Moudut raise the
red llag mid -Ic'lllt-e for bllHI I I'lieit
I meeting lions was seurehi'd for dv mi-
I mile an I iiiti tint only t'vugiuis wele
1 found uother rild under llepntv
IIiiwh ami ten assUtiints was in pic ilur-
lug the h lirh I and thlrtv fin-liers
i suspected of luii-tiiiig the listen tipple
oil sutlirdil.v well' cuiilttrvd the men
! wore all armed and m icrul ie-lt.. I n
I rest but iioiine wu- injur.-1.
A I. Murine Hi.nl
Nr ItiiflH I-.JII I. -A I llurlow
president of t.le Met-eh lilts' e etiullge
mill ii iiieinber nf the Simiu'ci -lliirlinv
i.'imuiilssloii Co. died till tiioruliig nf
puciiinoiila lie was for hourly n half
century iiroiitlimut In commercial
olrcles and wus hut a mouth ago
cluittcd to the evehauge pistsldiinuy
w&ms - &&& A
i '' v
It DfJI- IMCIlAlflj
PfiJeJ u.ff tl Paiiious Cie
One of the Banner Coun'es ol Wus- J
Urn Ok I ihoin.i
A CdUKESI'DN DENTs ST(H!V.
He lill.nl I lie i'llin I II:ilnllt noil s
til Hi- eiiiinlr) ninl Wlial lit! Item
liime Mini Is I'uttllitt- uf Itrliif;
II. Hie lit I mii!- I
pliii e lor steker
Wismvii.w. iih . Jan v jipi ml
The weather ami crops are ulmoit
alvvuys the llrsl topic t converallon.
when people meet especially is till
true of people of people of a new eoiin-
lv where it had been tlie general sup-
pusitlon that there Would be a surplus
of certain k-mls of weiftker. u detlel-
cue in lertiilu utile! kiiias ntll i-.n in-
iiiost entire iibsi-net' of crops.
Our tlrst sight of Oklahoma w.i-
among tlie lilucli jacks nii pt ouk'
of the cast side. and. wewfre Udd not '
to L'O ftlllller west than Oti S'nntu P.-. '
Then tl... K.Kl...-i. limit ...... il...H Lt
. .. .....
half wuy to tli u Uinl. Well
we are clglite'in miles wvst of the
lock Islainl und. iet us l.k over the
Ihu itehtluti will be Have you
anyweuther out there- es. just a
ilttleniore than weivete loukiug for
l.ltstyuariwo ilegrees untve wus tin-
coldest but this year was on improve
meiil we suppose that is more liiie uur
northern home and we hud eight
degrees below for one morning
Hut does it rain out there.' Or
Neal of the Stillwater experim. nt
station says "that nt tha Coiuurutiii
Imposition lie wits listened to uitn
pleiuure In c. .-tuln i.vcljne sim.i-s
they even erei! nig mv tale of a kmIii
shovel being forci d Into an oak !:-
especlully when I had it photograp.i l
prove the yarn but when I ton! ilo-m
of wheat corn and oa's then H v
tlrew the line it was too iiiii'-h
Now 1 coithl tell you of uur in si
debt of our big tuxes the lorruptiou
of our eotinty eoillililssiotier- tl'.e lies
of the Iv'uiilH-1 ' the sttu.iigs of
"inter Jake" or of ludiuti aiiiKitli-s
and you would believe them
Hut If I told you it ruined m Plaiue
county you woiiitl put that u.nvn a.-u
If 1 slioiild s.rv that th. ie a i u nun
ili . -. ...I .
full of .il.ij liti'hua at Im. ta
tlou in eastern Hhiitie col .1 v. ucli
was '.Ms Inches greater thai .it Uklu
liuiua Lily which pel hup nil w.l ad
mil. U In the center of tlie bt ' fuilli
section of old Uliliil.onia Uf 111s -
von will not believe but an.v that
comes from that farm press 'w iter
who Is trying to bo un nUlnhoma
Well we have our Ii -1 boom ai .-Ie
to write yet and as im re It a et' .r
oil every iiiurter bci n m and we .in
taking In stiitn liiHi.t .1 and d.i t
want to sell out w. hall not com
iiicnce writing Oiem u w . anil ao givi
tlie above rainfall as tin foet.
Hut this Is our Hi t Mai's resui qi.h
we have but lltlh iu'orrantiun uiam
which to base fut an- nrolmbllltl.-K.
While Okhihouia in - rainfall was
but'M'.'S Inehi's last ear. for sJ it
was I' an ninl for 1" 1:11. Whether
we may e.sjK'ei a rtni.fail i a matter
largely nf cotijcctiin As to eroi.
wheat was very satlfuctory eaeept
price and that is just a- luiteh nppil-
cable to any i.ther c-iIimiu hcie.
The average 1- pet hips three fold
what It was last m ur. I arly sown
looks well and Ian owi i- through
the ground but On- nitet mediate I-
very uneven sonic of ii -bowing well in
cci'tain kinds uf soil and lit other soi -there
wits a crust formei! nnd the He-
ccuiber light rains ilid nut wet through
toll. An inch and .1 half mln wu
hid In January -(hich if warm
weutlier contlnm "i't hiliij' it out
ail right There wir hut little mm
in fccoiid sod. the linger purl be lug
used for whciit. but "hut wus planted
tlelileil II inn n to 1 1'iisliels per uere.
I'he sandy vallev iiiouiig best whl li
the red valley lands 111 best forwhetit j
1 urge crops of un i.inaaai uutllcr
corn. A 111 In ma ie -oi if hum uud millet
"...::'- ' " . ".
were very lieu vy aiei ttterc i fecit In
ilhlindame. These smu 11 seeded . 1 up
lieen to no fii to imrMsViitn lonspi
enihli) uiue us to overfeeding Thert
Is 11 great diul being threalieil ami our
new strip neighbors might be able tn
get seetl at 11 icUHiuuble price und
they should plant largely for 11 Is u
much better foddur Hum Hint of Mtiril.
If not allowed to grow inn course unit
..hlin Trial In Chlcogo.
w imly The KntlSrs enpei-ially the
red. is miieli the best for fodder while
the uml- Is In-st for sved: The whlti-
being early and tlie yrlluvv very Inte
For seed plant thin stiv "lie stulk lo
twelve to twenlv Inches In the row
and for fodder plant us Milch again
ir broudctisli d .'"i to 'n tHittlids to the
'This w III In- a fruit country' is tin-
ifiP Impression lint with the prevalitlc
fliise i dij weather and Inirh winds.
We Will i 'il if yoil ivork for II So
vephiuti.. ii I'eei'iutii i and January
and --hull p ml tuo'e lute Iium- noil
lied liPiivlly. will tialu them very low
to ptoiecl tin- t ninl. froiu sun scald
and tl"- fruit fn.iii the wind and have
elect. -d such urletii-s as have proved
sicccMifiil In siuiilitr localities In
everything from u sialU of urn to an
apple In e ehllrtjr that of lieuv v foliage
and of hlg growth ( MiilU orlrttiili i
I In re uiiifel t e .-ionise room for lots ol
sup "i moisture to tide ovei weeks of
diy weather that are liable to conic
As an evperimi-nler we have ISe kuiu'.s
or varii-tl' a of iillVereul fru i I growing
to test tin in but we would .iilvise us a
rule only the know n standards everv-rtheri-
like the lien Ibivis. in .tpple
Mild the Coll. ord III gnip- Hf-oillSe
no one will iiiiiiiI 'hese . sclm-lvclv.
lor tin ie iii 1st iii ii Micccs ion of up
p.K .aehes. iiltiins. peiu ami grapes
fnim the tin li.-sl ! the lut.'st. We
tllltlk our llorllcilltlii ill society with
men In It- llu mb rship i ll(J have 1..0II !
ill tiktuhoinu fiom tho tlrst opening or
llm. ntti !m ttln...i servations I
sb.nild (five ns u list for trial at least .
rn.n thonjfi .v. h ot (cot
Iltul uilli Iniilli.. 1 ixiwplnn. . llo.v
. ul.l Kiv.- P with ;uti 'Ii tiuthorltv.
mt u from ih-egon mid North
rar.ilinn from Munitobu to Missis-
..!.: .. he is Imt.. has tiuthlni.' to
nidi- him ami is subject to the deceits
.if mtrsi-rv i.
J M Hi. p.
Price's Cream I il'-t 'owder
(.Most Perfect t.
fill Kisi.tv Jim Jo itu -TheblU-'
itard arrived h-r about noon Tnes-
idav. last week ami slated until about
till ill the evening. Wr don't know
In ri II Is now but hope it has re-
turned north where It belongs
T'.e .MeKlule'. f.lUs ciijo) cd another
-.. h.Mil meeting tcdliosda evening.
.mil now lather Mminey has visited
eu '. ue with an artleleof uirreemeiit
i and w- understand some worn la to lie
doto On week toward a m-hool house
"Ju m Ho ftti d good
. ... ... .... .. ....
'" " '" nioi Mr Hini air.
..... ... ........'. . ... .. ..
II iiiiipnr i -. i-iiii rimiii-ii timiin ' ui
th. a fi li'mlii I 'r Idav evening ol the
toiii' of I l.e later. A spelling el nan III
J vhch In T'ltraie'i carried olT the
I hoiioi u one fea'un of the evening.
Ho n 'i.iitciiig and linaly pulling totry
Mttei u luili ireiy nu- expressoii tliein-
! s . . 1 -11 - having li.id a most enjoyable
! tine an) .lciartiil t" their severul
j VI r Am.- t uinpl.ell Is to-re with hi
fathi'i in. I mother It aiidertiKHl
1 he la lh llkillg uf lo -Itlng tiele
It""- L'hiistv ciili-rtaliii ii some uf
In I friends '11st eieuing
Mr W P. 1- i" on tl" -ich list
tin- w. . I.
Mr llradliiirv 1-iiiipr.o luy and irct
Wog along iii'i-l.v iiiidcr On ire if
our i I luge doctor J. M 'lorrenee
Mr uud Mrs. Harueti are vlsitino
relatives In till vicinity They will I
Mm return to their home In Kansas
Mr. and Mrs l.opuu II I sou gave a
very plcaant party last evening
The game was high live and nil hud a
wry pleasant time
The children n lal elub Is Hour
Ishing. They met I at the home of
Ho-ei hrlstry mi Saturday at ' p. m
.Mr and Mrs Mnvall. Mr- and Mrs
Chllsty ami duughter. were Invited to
dinner last Nabbath at the hum.- of
i:tlrml lit Hii.lnr.i.
liatilaiid. the hardware ilculi 1
has decided to extend his usefulness
in this fiiiitnniilu liy udding linplc
....... .. . 1 .. 1.
"" ".ii. him earnaife- 1. m
ulfMly large line of liilslin -- lien
Miaplaud will inaki a sm.ses of ln-
uetv adventure a he has "I -iei one
ho ha yet taken hold of. Ills reputu
Hun fur Uuaiueaa dealing' l Hid very
highest In our olty ami has burnt made
after altflnat v ar' rashlaiiee
THE RED FLAG
i Soil.vlisl Capture a Meeting of the
). COIT'S KXPHUIMEaVT.
A t'titht Oi-cili. UntliiK (Uf spe.iUluc ninl
llliii-ciMtt sun Ipa. h) vemo una
IliittlH llir fiiinli.it nits lulu
lilt- Sltl'l't VllllllltT
N'Rff Vohk. Feb. l.-Whal was In-
temted to be largo lliaaa mepting In
Mndlson Simrf garden last night of
me unatnpioyeil ol New York nt '
wtileh plans to priK'ura nccnpstion for
the vast army of the unemployed were
to be devised and the situation of de-
pretslon discussed bv men aleuUted
able to handle the subject turned out
to be a large socialistic demonstration
which was so turbulent that the im-et- '
ing was in confusion from beglniilup-
to end and twentv few t from the plut
form it whs Inipossiliie to hear the
At H o'clock every tier of seats ivu-.
crowded to the mils and the lloor sp.ie I
eoulaliimt us ntan.v peraona n could 1
conveniently find standing mum It
was esllumlod that at least 4u0lu peo-
ple were In the building The ui.illng
was opened bv Or i oil whoiititioonced
the ntijei-t of the gntheriugr Ills nt-
inork won- received With cheer- He
said the mans luceling of the hantcter
then and there Inaugurated was of the
greatest moment to thousands In .
TIip sueiikei tin ii rend .-M-nil n-.n
liitions wtocli he said hud Ihim uv;t-i-ed
upon I iv men a' ! Women of viiriou- lie-He'-
Thev v.crc iii Mili-.lnni' t lint
there were WW in New York thou-
sand of men nnd women oiti of em-
ployment without means of sub. 1st-
ence siill'ei ing acute ugotl and uilserv
ninl w ithout in. -ii im of llliprovlue lln-lr
eiindilioit In .tdditlull trudo mis
in a deplol-ublc stllte mid eoliM
not icvik Is-fore ninny months
which "lldi'ions would tend to
deiltoriiiitt elniraeter. lit th ii'isencc
of Worli mid the lueiiliH of v f support
the un. itiplovi-d would be ford .t to ae-
iept tin luillil of eharltv which of It
si If would prove one of the worst evils
iiilmitiji the mitiils ninl uioiiil-- uf Hu-
lun llciai ies an I iilsing tliem to kite
On .. s. sH-el uud ilidepi'luleiiee.
1'iof. ie I.I-IIU the s.H-litlist was lln-u
pieseitled an I tin- character of the av
M'lilhlugc was il.'Uloti'.trilted red lllltfs
K'hiir waved fiMiilteiilly nnd tlmusand
of -n-liill-.t-hi th. liiiildlug f.iirt) go-
in:.' ll. I. 1 he speaker had previous-
ly promised lie Colt that h would
iii.il.ti no -MiUi.ilistle references iiijuJ
wli. tl In- amio.'fllee I Hull ; ru'iiioi' ol
liw'iiliieiit sprea.f .'.'rniighoiit tho ns-
Seiulilagc it i- is ut I Ida moment a so-
cialist who In-. -led ..a hind I v airing
his views on millionaire- and uc.iUh
-.."it into n dl-pule in the rear of the
st i;e A tljflit wns Instant I v project-
I mid us if i.. magic twenty blue-c'o.ii-
who had ! fore rumaitied ill se-
clusion jumped into tlie crowd and
huil.d the combatant- into the street.
1 wildest excitement ( Unwed and
tie illec wore hlsseil
v iiin Aiirahnm aim ntiother soelal-
ls wu oddresnlng tlie un-etiti" a man
rmin.-il It i-iil. -I. 1.-ih-l una chair
in-fore lion and -ti.ikiwr his llni-i- it
Hie fonui-i- doiiuitiK- i !-iii liotlv 'I he
refruln wn- taken . un I Ciiiiii wi-
hissed. Mui-li sue pes were common
'hrouyhout the meeting
Other speii kor vip- S.uii'i l Oomp-
ersnnd Jir. Itainenf ml
Ill VII-IU.M II) III SHIS'
I'utl Hull IMP'le sart Mir llllttih
iTcml.r Hut lie. 1.1 mi to .iitlc
l.iiMN.t Ivli 1. 'I tie Pali nil) im
Jettf declare thit it !c irns fioniit
soiii.se in wli -h It Ii is 1 .'oiilil. e.en
that Mr l-linUtoii. 1..1 ib . Mitel to iv
sign oflle hIiiiosi itri.iioillit.h .uid will
annouuee hit d:iion In u lett.-r to tlm
ipicen bi fore tlm reasseinblint' of par-
Haiuut. 'I his d-eisioii is sal I to lit
due to a SeliM.' of bis .utvanced ai uud
Hi. .'r.'ut -u.iiti the late ariliioits ss-
si.. 11 imp. s 1 tijion him InulU- it i
-ol he I- ttet-ptv dWapixliU-il at the
reji .lion of lite home rule lilll. The
I'll 1 1 Mall iiurfcit.- add 1 hat it I- under
btiH. t that done tic pressiii-- ins 'nu
-l.l.'i.il.U intliUUciHt r iilu 1st Jilt- iu
his dci Islon
I In- t'liinil i (niter
l.ioluo let I di-kilc!i to the
I- .-.ripli f 1 .mi H.'i'lni -a - ihat ail-
v ii v feo'll M Peler mi.' u.e II. at tlm
Hgt'ieillvnl lnlwc.il l.iigluiKt and lins-
siu on the Pain r ipiesiioi Is well nigh
coli'lude-l It is sunt tlie Itu inu gov
t-iitineiil bus jieldeil O1.1t put of i
ttein.iii'l- .vlueh involv 1 .1 .' mi ranter
of Ho- - . !! .IV of the liidi.in floater
I II ' OlOI.I 11
ti 'i' levi loiiuir'
Howl .l- ell'lh
h-lllle s-ssloll .'lllle
into .1 riot and V niilor
n " .t to 11 1 1. : 1.1 . oi
An hi. I -.
The Il A tj . arninrs lor va
ttrrrimi halt u iinM.'.ii ii -. than for
Hioutf sticimiii tu with-
Stilllll illl'iill I III ( II t a
CUtlgl 1 sal. 1 1 .sl';il.
Soiintl II- si --. t il Iii
xm MMIIWIWilliWMW'il Ff
till' ('.I I'.'IIH of I 111I-I .(! Oil
(II I'I III'- I III' illi lllll lilllllls
lip tlr-.ll .Hid (nrlilii's tin-
sysllMII .iK.'llllst Mi-klli'ss .iml 1
OllI'Dllil' .llllllfllls. 'liii.liliHls
Ull' Wtll'lll liv'i'l' I'llllul'si' il
Don'l be deceived by Substitutes I
IStlMitll'l s .11 I luaa A Ipiiffi.ia
e M lx'"crSNVh0 hndc
"'111 D I
C I'I U I iS
(JOVlO i! Slllldll
d - -------
Warner tV Wilson
A. M. Hinlclo
j) I. GoOClo
P. K. Houn-Iiton
II. HI uck or by
Silver Chum Suttcriw
Icltiiilltcully l'itHitisl liy
Araouk Pcking Co.
Kansas city t t
1 IHHrlMVlt lllM-lii-llt I alMli.l
t'p vti (Mi ii I ei. : - ijii.-.t.ou
as to th. ownership .f v.ilualilc Uui-
ehiliaed t the I..1I0 "-hor. 1 h n-'n .
A l'Hi-lno eh iilhU Was ui-is a 1
vslllt o On- liliexpi'ct 1 II tn I III.- ..I i
oiiliiti.itdi.it 1 the 111 1' re we-t"ine
serve mil lc 01 -i't In I'leiiileiil J u
Vilotl- to (lie -t II.' of I IllltlCl'tli 111 11
plilei s .i- He 1. 'illniii Itoiiinlai 11 .
t-mite'' of I ii.c 1'rie 'Mm iiwtu-i -Im
nfthe lii'i.t innittt tli the hike to ru
KM Is is tllll- OS-ll till- l" 1'
On- lu-li-- .: '1 I'oatiecticiit I .1 1 .
I ltll-1 t .llll l'riisWrtis
Initios IVIi I .llspatcl 1 tlu
Tillies friiin Iteifusl -ins Unit at the 111
tilliii lll.-etiiig ..f the Linen M. I- Im .
a-sociHlioii th- 1 hab man iiun.-i
that notivillistaii.lin th. M. Kmir-v
larilTI11w.il frtlrlv pi"ii'roii tr.i I. had
Im-i-ii done in Die ln-t tit vear-tvilfi
Hie t uili'd Mute- He est llllal.-it t ' u
the new meiii. 111 1 inir hill If e j
wniild result in .- "siring of lull. . .
I li-ler linen ir.ml of ti .' . ..
VlA I" im '
ll.rl .. I. l ( L
tjt s.fr in 1 '
iiKtmii Sitei ' l '"'' '''.
has von kiiVsIb'1 il vletn.;t -mi
against tfl Deti.il citUc
way On llltrolvlllg Hie validity "i the
company" fmnelit- -s votne iiioiith-
agn a decU'oll w ( rundetvil lv
Jllilire Tuft ut th- I'tlllisl Mutes
circuit emit iigliiej 'hat the
TiTup.nu"s ' "iriT" T t tie use o
most i Hie pr)n piil -tri'.'ts ii.nl c
pln.'l Vigitui.'iii (i 1- -.it'isc'i'ientl
lieur.l -i- lo heliier tin- eilvw.isiii
slopidl from pio. ic.tiiivr again 1 I
llew eoiiip.ifiv tlifoiit'h hiving leei
II scil the v.ii'liU- of an .inicn led fn
eln- glvln.' It u.- n l.fe net . I
.hlili'e I .(ft's dt ' -ion . 1- h.itid. il .low-it
till- IlloltlllU' .ill'! vva 11.' Hlisl Hie -ont
pauv - i-liii.n i ier.
jar- 111 - I'im.iv. 't
million- uf ilol
Profession a I Directory
Bayard T. Hairier
Attorney - At- Law.
K.s lio.'l I nnd "tiiiiii
author of llii'ui 1 slim ntst
ion r at
work ii'iiilishi it ciitaii 'r g th. .' no
l.iilnl l.aas of iii.iuhiiiiiu. si-ni on
eelptnf ." cents Ml l.itslui--s rein
ing 1 1 tile l.ea ingof -cliool Lands w
u-.elw prompt attention iiillc.- rooi
11 and I .' luiiv blocl. i.nllirn- 'il. Ill
KEATON & COTTERAL
l I MIMI- ll I
11 ...ins 1 uiil 1 Inic 111111. .ii 1 an
llli I 1 lull
!!' 1 1 11 hi
upl'tist I 1. I
I M il I ''JJ.
J :if .
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Ha had . 1 . s. 1 .. 1 .1.1 a- law v t.-r of
'.'I years in W.-t vik. mil llcfers by
permission t.. nat-i- 1 iuipIcii ami
I'aulkiii'i it'll W .11 I. W ilaoti of West
Virginia pci in' uii.i prompt atten-
tion glv 1 n to all ti i-iin -. oll'ce Keu.
dall building opposiii post otllce
tiOOMt i ? and 1 B
Al lot" v k l I vi.
l.uei fieoiif .Sli.iimlt.
Oklahoma Av.-m'. op.i' l.ji tln
At'ornev licuoi al
Al lo-ts i ti I. SMI
tl ! tiltlittium Vve upiiniii.
' "I 111: IK HlCl.AllUMA
I I i.' ' I 'III. alCll lip to i. Mil .
ith . vi. il- . vpel leiicc lh-. it I
II .' post it lleivi- -llvcil lliu ll
th li ctn lilleil oi . row tied.
will ilil ninl poi-e .'lain i row n- g i
UII.I silvct ll'llugk uud lllllliclill tcelti
iiiacrled on gold rubber or alum mini
plate or without an plate e "
PrlCOH Lower limn An)yhero Elan
Cor. Oklahoma Ave and Tlrst St
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