Capitol Hill News. (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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CAPITOL HILL NEWS.
F. U. or A.
Th» Fraternal Union of America meet
atKogore’ hall 2d and 4th Monday night*
K. A. Caldwell F. M .
John Leach, See.
I. O. O. F.
Meets every Thuraday night at Roger*
kali, Jan. Knight, N. Q.
H. W. Roger*, See.
Capitol Hill Bu*ine*s Men’s Club and
Chamber of Commerce meet* every Tue*
day evening at 7:30 in Roger’* hall.
E R. Rogers, Pres.
W. £. Caldwell, S>e.
Meet every Wednesday afternoon at
Mr*. Nellie Rogers, Oracle.
Mr*. Swartzoaugh, Recorder.
Meet Monday afrernoons at Kaufman
boll Mr*. Kyle, Com.
Mre. Julia Kurlee. See
Sunday school,10:00 a. in,
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Juniors, 3 p. m.
B. Y. P. U., 0;4o p. in.
Preaching, 7:30 p. in.
Teachers meeting, 7:30 Tuesday
Prayer meeting, 7:30 Thursday
Ladies aid society, 2 p.m. Thurs-
days. at Mrs. J. L. Rupard’s.
Your presence is desired at al
* W. B Peeples. Pastor.
Sunday school, 10 a. in.
Services the 1st and 3d Sunday
of each month.
Morning service 11 o’clock.
Evening services at 7:30.
Rev. C. P. Kelly, Pastor.
Ladies aid society meets every
other Tuesday. Mrs. Eliza Sivard
[An agony in eleven fits, bv the man
who corrupted Kawdog.J
’Ti* the land where the whiskered far-
mer drinks hard cider from a can,
throwing hunk* of burning language
at the indolent hired man.
’Ti* the land where the grand old gran-
der, plant* hi* succotash and coin,
and the chinch bugs come and eat it
wtiil* he *ieep«th in the morn.
1 is the land where the old sow wander*
toboiii* qui-t fen or brake, and i
turns wnii seven piglets, toddling
cutely in her wake.
’Tie the place w.iere the bull so gentle,
who ha* been a pet for years, gore*
the p-mr confiding farmer, sit* on him
and eat* his eare.
i is where the youths aud maiden* go
to picnic in the wood*, packing wiib
them in their basket*, sandwiches and
And they (all into the riyer, and the
diggers eat them up, and they come
buck from the picnic swollen like a
Where you have hot pains in vour
larynx, and your liVeria out ot whack;
there are rumbling in your btom.ich,
aud cieMking* iu your back.
W hell you go to bed at eveiliug, you can
only roll and groan, for your mouth
tasie» like a hen’s net, and your hjad
feels like a stone.
Then vou read the U H. News where it
tell* of Hamper’* pill*, a* a sov-
ereign specific for these kind or ver-
And \ou buy the pills and est them and
yov fe.l a whole lot wor*e, and there
are times when you aie longing for a
«lelgh ride in a herse.
Mackerel Grimes, the above author, must
hud an overflow of gall, as his lines
are satirical and contain no truths
His friends had best watch him and
if he continue* getting worse. ju*t
satisfy his longing* “for asleigh-ride
in a hearse.”—Ed.
^ Rev. D. L Davdi of Oklahoma
City is holding revival services at
Kaufman's hall every night this
I he estimable wife of Postmas-
ter Woods is suffering with la
grippe. 1 heir little daughter is
getting over her sick spell.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U.
will servo lunch to the members
of the Business Men’s Club aud
Chamber of Commerce, next Tues-
J*y night at Rogers’ hall, at .dose
of business meeting.
We would call your attention to
the ad of Harry Rogers Mercan-
tile company which says “No
goods sold on Sunday.” This
shows the right spirit, and will
meet the approbation of law-abid-
There appeared in the daily pa-
pers of the 8th a petition fc. a
saloon on Capitol Hill Now with
the knowledge that at least 'JO per
cent of the citizens of this town
are bitterly opposed to a saloon
being opened here under the pres-
ent conditions and in view of the
fact that the Business Men’s Club
and Chamber of Commerce as a
body and as individuals pledged
themselves to use all honorable
means to kee]i a saloon front our
midst’ and knowing the fate of the
petition already published, we
think the present petitioner will
simply spend his time and his
money for naught. The saloon and
it’s effects pro and con have been
set forth and it has been settled in
the minds of the leading business
men on the Hill that its influence
would he detrimental to the inter-
ests of the Town.
* * <
The club met with Miss Jennis
Lyons last Wednesday night, re-
fresh merits were served ami every
body had a nice time, the entire
club were present with tiie except-
ion of Misses Want land and Arch-
Dick Y\ olfkill has the la grippe,
Mis. J. A. Gaunt visited on the
Hill Iasi Saturday?
Wheat straw 10 cents a bnle at
Noithcutt’s, oat straw 12Jc a hale.
The Ladies Aid of the Christian
church will meet next Tuesday af-
ternoon with Mrs. Markwell.
Services at the Christan church
every 2d and 4th Sunday in each
Morning service 11 o’clock.
Evening service 7:30.
Rev. Jesse Compton, Minister.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTS.
Sabbath school every Sabbath
at 2:30 p. in , at the residence of
Mrs. Swartzbaugh. Ever* one is
invited to attend the Bible read-
ings at the close of the Sabbath
Do not fail to see D. S. Wood-
son of the Patterson Co. for
choice lots aud 5-acre tracts on
Capitol Hill. Prices and terms
The Social Study Club met with
Mis. Clement on Fell. 2, and mid
as a lesson early American litera
Hire, a paper on "Colonial Times”
by Miss May E. Bodine was an ex-
cellent production and throughly
appreciated by the club. Mrs,
Springer, Miss Morris, Miss Steg-
leman and Mrs. Woodson, read in-
structive and entertaining sketches
of the various early writers and
each member responded to roll
call with a character of colonial
times. The club will have the next
regular meeting on Feb. 16th with
1 he Ladies Aid of the Christian
church will give a valentine social
next Wednesday night at Rogers’
hall, ten cent lunches will be
As will he seen in a two-column
article on an inside page, lagrippe
lias got the “devil” anil “dad.” and
tiuuhle always comes in chunks:
Local editor renewing acquaint-
ance with sister after twenty years
separation—overcome with joy:
no items from correspondents; rdl
quiet on the Hill, so with these
drawbacks the News cannot be ex-
pected to beverv newsy. We could
till a oolurnn with descriptive mat-
ter about la grippe hut will only
say, it ran its cold and clammy
hand down our spine, congealing
our blood and freezing the marrow
in our bones; cramped the mus-
cles of our limbs, wrenched our
joints, clutchod our vitals with its
icy fingers, dimmed our vision
Mr. and Mrs. D. Colliver and
son Verne, left last Monday for
ttieii future home in Missouri.
YV hen you are over in the City
and want n fine dinner for 20c, go
to Grant’s 123 YV.lstst.
A family from Illinois have
moved into the Walker house; they
think the weather is fiine here.
R. B. Mee will soon hnve his 3
room cottage completed; this looks
as though—well we wont say an-
Mrs. Jessup is having a severe
s“ige of pneumonia; her mother is
with her during tier illness.
The back-yard of the building
occupied by the Harry YV. Rogers
Mercantile Co., has been improved
by the addition of a windmill.
•I. L. Rupard had In's programs
printed at this office last week, fi r
the huuday school conventions lie
will hold during his absence.
A good many of our citizens SHt
up most of last night to watch the
eclipse on the moon; pronouced it
an awesome spectacle.
Sidewa k building is the order
of the day now and Capitol Hill
can soon reckon sidewalks by the
mile instead of by the block.
Call on J YV. Morris on West
Main street; have your name en-
graved on glass and your eyes fit-
ted with good glasses. 15 years
If the paper is unusually good
this week it can be laid to the fact
that the editor-in-chief is mostly
responsible for it. The local editor
is doing a whole lot of talking and
very little writing this week; the
renson for this is a visit from her
uiij'cm, uiimneu our vision a visit irom ner
benumbed our tongue, caused a I sister whom slis had not Been for
roaring in our head, paralyzed our twentv years and brother-in-law
nerves and left us feeling "Not j Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chandler of Ev-
I very well, thank you:” I anston Ills.
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Jackson, S. M. Capitol Hill News. (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1906, newspaper, February 9, 1906; Capitol Hill, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc936764/m1/1/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.