Capitol Hill News. (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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Capitol Hill News
Office 314 B Avenue.
S. M JACKSON,
Editor. Publisher and 'Proprietor.
MRS. E. E. RUG AN,
^Associate Local Editor.
Published Even) 'Jriday.
tions will undoubtedly return
the bosom of her mother.
Meanwhile, come drink of our
water freely and breathe the pure
air of the Hill
"Entered ts second-class mjteer, Ndb. II, 1903. at
the P»s toff tee at Capitol Hill, Oklahoma, under act
<f Congress of March 3, 1379. "
One yenr................. $1 oq
Six months............... 50
Three months_____________ 25
Single copies 5 cents.
t’uid locals 5 cents a line for
each insertion; display ads 10 cts
per inch per week single column
measurement; $4 per page single
issue, $7 for two insertions with-
out change, or $12 for 4 inser-
tions; half-page $2.00 one inser-
tion, $3.50 two insertions without
change. Cash must accompany
foreign ads at above rates which
will not be changed.
Job work done with neatness
Ail job work must be paid for
Mother and Daughter,
That Oklahoma City is the
largest, most progressive, modern
and metropolitan citv in the two
territories; that she has the largest
number of wholesale and retail
five-story buildings, manfactories,
and industries; teat she has more
miles of paved streets and the best
equipped street railway of any
city in the territory is too well
known to lie questioned, and that
she is destined to become the
chief city of the Great Southwest,
is conceded by all far-seeing men.
the daughter of Oklahoma City,
the heathiest and handsomest of
her offspring, is just south of her
present borders, situated on the
sightly table-lauds across the Ca-
nadian river. Blessed with pure
water, free from the smoke of
Greater Oklahoma City; with soil
unsurpassed for richness, above
the miasma of the low lands of the
river, possessing nil the attributes
that go to make a place desirable
for homes, the time is not far dis.
taut, when Capitol Hill will be-
come known throughout the land
as the handsomest portion of the
metropolis. Although she has
had the ceremony of incorporation
performer! and has tnken unto her-
self another name, she is still
proud of her stately mother and
rejoices at all times in her pros-
perity and growth, and in case of
divorcement from existing condi-
The promoters of the Oklaho
ma City. Lexington & Sulphur
Springs Interurban Electric Rail-
way are having a hard figtli to get
their load bonded, the Sata Fe ant
Fiiscoofficials being their princi-
pal opponents. It seems rather
hard on the citizens along the line
of the proposed road that they
must be deprived of this road ant
then, through necessity, be com-
pelled to patroi 'ze those who are
workirg against them. If the in-
terurban was completed it would
mean more convenient and cheaper
transit for both passengers anc.
fieight, and would greatly reduce
the present traffic of the Santa
Fe fur the short distance it would
run parallel with that road, hence
their fight against it; but how
about the Irisco? Is it simply a
combine to keep out competition
south of the river, or the begin-
ning of a battle between steam and
electricty? If the railroads can
combine and keep an intururban
line from running south, cannot
the same combine keep them from
running in any direction?
Put Yourself In Her Place.
Louisville and New York have
just passed through a nunicipnl
election. In both places the result
is the same; the reform ticket de-
feated and thousands of voters
practically disfranchised by a dis-
honest count. In both cities the
election returns will be contested
by patriotic men who know that
they are people, and who know
that election returns should ex-
press the will of the people, not the
will of a political machine.
These franchised citizens of
Louiivisle and Now York are now
in a position to understand exact-
ly why a woman wants to vote.
It isn’t pleasant to be disfran-
chised, is it, gentleman? Every
drop of patriotic blood boils in
}o'ir veins, just as it does in, ours
at the thought that you have been
defrauded of the most sucred right
of citizenship, the right of self
government for which our fore-
fathers fought at Bunker Hill and
| SOUTH SIDE |
| Sash, Door and Lumber Co. I
i* CHAS. HAPJE & Co. Props.
£ Manufacturers of Store Fronts and Stairways,
£ Window & Door Frames, Counters, Show cases, etc’
£ Dealers in White and Yellow Pine, Cypress and T
£4 Hard Woods. All kinds of building materials con- ;
stantly on hand. Estimates promptly furnished T*
$4 on everything in our line. *T
£ Corner of Harvey and Pine, South of Frisco Tracks.
PH(jNE ,269- OKLAHOMA CITY.
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WHEN YOU TRAVEL
SELECT A RAILWAY AO
YOU DO YOUR CLOTHES.
(MISSOURI, KANSAS A TEXAS n*>i.WA".)
Suggests Comfortable and Convenient Trains
TH5 “KA7Y FLYER” AND
ftATY DitfiftG STAT80NS.
Meals, Moderate !» Prlca.
Unsurpassed in Quality and Se.vln*
Three room house and two corner lots
choice locality; will sell on installment
plan* Call at this office for price, etc*
THE CAPITOL HILL
$1.00 A Year.
• I, A. klV newspaper published every Fri-
.........m the interest of Capitol Hill and vicin-
Kings Mountain. jity* A home paper in which vntt u4ll c j
Hut u.vur mimi, politic i. »L re,or(J Qt fU. V. , . “ Will find
"cesapool,” no manly man would I KCOta 9* tfte Week S doings On the Hill and
wish to unsex himseif by voting I surrounding country. Short cfnrtPe* n
You are angels and demi-gods. Fire Talk*- s <- A . ^amP
We cannot have the bloom of your Up . , t * a serial story; Agricultural and
manhood biushsdoff by participa- A CITltOrial notes, together with Other r
tion in politics. No man can v°te general interest ^nis Oj
and at the same time attend to his | ”
Letter Heads, Note Heads,
Statements, Envelopes, Cards,
Small Posters, etc., etc., etc.,
At prices that can t be duplicated in the Citv.
CAPITOL HILL NEWS
home and his family. It is not
right to thrust the burden of vo-
ting on busy husbands and fathers.
Attend to your homes, your child-
ren and your wives and let (he
“machine” run the state.
Gentlemen, you are on the p«.
destal with we women. Be content.
Lida Calvert Obenchian.
Bowling Green, Ky.
Capitol Hill, Oklahoma.
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.