The Capitol Hill Weekly News The Oklahoma Fairdealer (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 19, Ed. 1 Monday, January 24, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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I have always had the utmost confididence in the j j
’ future of Capitol Hill.
Now, that it is a part of Greater Oklahoma City ::
;; it is bound to come to the front.
Let’s all boost Capitol Hill and there will be the ^
;; greatest surprise there ever known to the people ;;
of this community.
Better list your property now and let me
;; help you.
ED. J. DeLANEY
Phone Black 1794
Office 229 Lee Bldg ; |
NO LONGER THE “QUIET” FOREST
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Capitol Jtill News
Published Weekly By
A. L. Wilson
In Capitol Hill, Oklahoma City
$1.00 a Year In Advance
seribcrs were democrats—he feared
they would quit him If the cdilnrs
lined up on uational issues at this
time. He said he was not an insur-
gent. Nor, he wasn’t. He was only
a weak kneed republican who had
been raised among the Indians and
never saw a battle between political
parties. He will have to go through
the lire once or twice. Then he will
endorse anything in the name of the
republican party, or that it does.
At Guthrie, Mr. Benedict, of the
Oklahoma City Times, made a pass
or two at Uncle Joe. Now, Omer is
no insurgent. One of I he brightest
paragraphs of his paper was a fort-
night ago when he said that "no one
will ran against Dick Morgan for re-
nomination. They may run after
him, hut never againrt him."
Resides, Omer was raised on pie.
The insurgents havo no pie to offer.
Some one said yesterday: ' Wilson,
why don’t you blister the Times for
(he fight it is making on the state
We can’t understand that editor. He
may get older by and by and become
more familiar to our editorial insight,
hast campaign he ripped Haskell up
for awhile as a monstrous villain. All
at once he quit, apologized and said
il wus "to keep the recond straight."
We are still left to surmise as to They tell me that every nickel he has
what record he meant.
All at once, last spring he jumped
up a tight on Chief Hubatka. This
was in eshooslon with Haskeil and
Scales. A case was manufactured
against Hubatka but the Judge kicked
it out of court after an indictment
was returned. Hubatka claims that
he bad refused to permit a gambling
den to run in which Omer was inter-
ested. Hubatka is a “regular" repub-
Recently Omer attacked the state
committee bitterly in a continuous
and running spasm of violent urgency
for a solid month for not hurrying , jettons of Bird McGuire. cake and other American
„p |, Htnte meeting to organize and So. there yott have it Flynn getting front the White House of Washington
take a stand for or against something, j under McGuire’s’ belt. They endorse | D (’. That August dame resembled
Inst as soon ns tiie committee acted Morgan—they say nothing against j Mrs. K. A. Caldwell, but everybody
in accordance with that classical hook I Creager. Flynn’s no insurrecto? was too busy with refreshments to be
worm series of paity formative .-mg- We are a thousand times thankful critical.
gestlons nud demands, why, lo anil flint ties republicans iff this state ----
behold, that same Teddy Bear sheet j have emerged so quickly from their Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sloane entei tain-
comes out and cavorts around over crashing democratic defeats w ith n ed 111 dinner Sunday for Mr. Garber, of
what they did until you’d think it suburb organization tHat can not he Toledo Ohio, who Is enroute to San-
hnd Just lost heavily in a game of turned aside by feudicts nor faction- tiago, California, and his daughter,
joker. lists, no matter how Illustrious their -Miss Klsle, who accompanied him to
No. We aint’ going to blister the | past. Oklahoma City and will remain there
Times. Can’t understand it well t Such i splendid organization has Imr a visit with her sisters. Miss Elsie
enough to blister it intelligently. never before been known in Okl ilio-jis an artist with the violin and her
___ma. It has never been possible. sister with the piano, so that the oc-
THE STATE COM- There hns never been a time during ;'laslon was onc of rale enjoyment, >
Th« Forestry Now May Evan Awakan tha Ground Hog Bafora Tima for Him to Get Up.
guides. The first stop was made In
Spain where the tourists partook of
edibles peculiar to that country, with
Mrs. \V, C. Caldwell as hostess. At
the residence of Mrs. H. W. Rogers the
expectant travelers made the acquain-
tance of Japan, and sipped Japanese
nectar with Japanese delicacies. Moxi
co was next visited, at the home of
(that was not made gambling) eante Rev. Hollnger, and the savory chill
to him through public patronage at end "hot tamale’ of that region were
tiie republican pie counter. presided over by Miss Dorothy Boling
Do you suppose it possible for einp- j er- Another journey, and the tourists
ty handed insurgency—a party made were landed in Germany, where Mrs
u)i of nothing but pretence, prophesy, j -lolm Lesser made them welcome in
and personal privilege - will ever cap- her own hospitable manner and seen
turn a pie eater like that? that every body was helped to kraut
But that's not all. These fellows— slid lots of other good eatin. '! hough'
old line republicans who are branded i °f Home’ Home Sweet home were
Insurreotos by the democratic press— now buzzing under the bonnet of the
are all officers of the old Flynn Guard. ■ much traveled wanderers and they
They are the ones who are the cause were glad w'hen the next point visited
of all tills noise about Insurgents by was V. S. A., where Mrs. Martha
opposing the endorsement of the past i We.hington dispensed ice creame and
public within and for said county and
state on this, the 14th day of Decem-
ber, 1909, personally appeared J. T.
Gregory, Bernard Grehan, J. H. Dotr,
and Clifton Ratliff, to me personally
known to be the identical persons
whose names are signed to the above
and foregoing instrument, and each
for himself acknowledged to me that
he executed the same as his free and
voluntary act and deed for the pur-
poses therein set forth and contem-
Witness my hand and official seal
this, the 14th day of December, 1909.
W. R. GORBY,
(SEAL) Notary Public.
My Commision expires Jan. 0, 1913.
McAlester Fancy Lump
Coal $5 a ton.
People’s Ice & Fuel Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paafeh
Sunday for Sulphur Springs.
In Case of Fire at Night
call up the residence of J. W.
Morris-phone 5736. Also
call the fire station, Black
Eat Cai itol Hill Bread.
Oriole Lodge, Daughters of Rebek-
ah, will have initiation exercises at
their meeting next Friday night, and
there is need for all members to be
present. All Rebekahs cordially in-1
The West part of Locust street lias
been graded and leveled up and great-
ly improved in both apperance and
usefiiiness. Boyd street has also been
graded and leveled north of the Inter-
Urban erosing in a way that changes
the geography of that locality.
Lanterns & Globes. Cavnar& Fariss
Go to Dr. D. L. Farrell for
j Fiast class Dental work.
i ver Baird—Dubois Dry
i Goods Store.
T. L. Brooks, who was suffering
with the grip last week, took a re-
lapse last Friday and at this writing
is very low with pneumonia.
Eat Capitol Hill Bread.
Miss Moon of our puoile schools has
taken up her residence with Mrs. J. L.
Mead for the winter.
Prices Right on Mattre®"
! & Fariss.
Need More Room.
MIETEE MEETING, .hose eight years just past in Oklnho- °ther saesls were lhe Mi8SUB A“na,
The* News man cam© to this itBtP j when republicans as a rule wore Stella Ciarbei and Mi. nnd --rs. j The C hristian church has been se-
about eight years ago nnd got quickly so inflexiblv determined to stand by Montgomery of Oklahoma City. i cured for the use of two classes from
itnerested in the political affairs of tparty. Thom will lie thousands 11 is rumored th;,t a book of pot-ms ,mr public schools. We will be glad
the then territory. t»f republicans vote a straight ticket issued soon b> a local author-j to see our new school houses under
The convention of tiie state com- u, \( time who never did it before in way. so that our teachers and pupils
mitteemen at Guthrie on the 17th win : their lives. There will be very few--———- - j may have a better opportunity to work
the most harmonious and business- r> publicans indeed who will vote for i CERTIFICATE OK PARTNERSHIP , The growth of our schools and the ex
meaning gathering of party Workers democrat or any hind in this state STATK OK OKLAHOMA.)
we have ever seen during those past „ext time. 1 88-
eight years. We have seen some dem- The fact ls that thp dem„Crattc v'‘re '’auv
erratic history making conventions. („lk of inMlr(teupy lhiB sUtP has B*
\ made our organization strong and
It will be impossible for a candidate
in any district in this state to be nom-
jinated for congress who even opposes
! rellence of their work this year Is
I simply phenominal.
Tiie three brick residences at the
corner of Poplar and Harvey are to
be renovated and made thoroughly
modern by new paper, gas, etc. An-
other residence will be added also, in
the near future.
James A. Harris was chosen chair
man of the committee by acclamation
and it was an honor as well as s
trust well placed.
meeting that if selected chairman he
would organize the party clean down
to’the voter in every precldnct. He
inesa ls to win the state. We will
If you have observed politics much
PRESENTS: That we, Ed. J. Baum-
baeh, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
ana George M. Flanagan, of Capitol
Hill, formed a co-partnership for the
purpose of transacting business under
Mr. Harris Is an old time party or-' — mi7ch’leafing!'th* name °lGe°rse’ ^
ganlzer. He said at the Shawnee hjmsp)f insurgent. prmc.pa place of such partnership
----•• —i—----1 ! being Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: and
The bitter words of Murdock lined j t j,at WP and uo 0tiier persons are the
v.. ,u« .wci ui cinj ’’I1 an<* 1* WES onl>' charity Ihnt | raemj,erg composing the said partner-
will do it. At Guthrie he simply said 1" evented his direct condemnation in sMp ftrm.
'We are here for business. Our bus- ,!|rvi0 Guthrie resolutions. Witness our hand at Oklahoma City
--Oklahoma, this the 17 day of Deeem-
THE NEW FIRE HOUSE. ber, 1909.
J. W. Morris is the busiest man in • Ed. J. Baumbach.
mid was at that convention you must:town these days looking afte the con- George M. Flanagan.
he wondering what is meant by “In-1 struct ion of the new fire house on the -----
snrgenta" and curious to get a view corner of C. and Harvey streets. The CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP.
of one. There were none at Guthrie, foundation has been completed, and --
Hon. Cash Cade wasn't just satis- j the building w41 be finished as rapidly State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Co’n-
lied with things and said so. He op- as possible. It will be constructed ae- ty, ss:
posed the endorsement of the votes . cording to the original plans and will Know Ail Men by These Presents,
of Oklahoma congressmen on the he well arranged for its intended pur- j That we. J. T. Gregory, of Oklahoma
Payne bill. But he endorsed the bill. pose. City. Oklahoma; Bernard Grehan. of
Ho endorsed Taft. He endorsed the Two salaried men have been plaeed Oklahoma City. Oklahoma. J. H. Dow.
national republican party and the in charge ef the station and It is ex- ol Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and
work it did at the special session. pected two more will be added this Clifton Ratliff, of Oklahoma City, Ok*
Great God! Do you want to brand week: otherwise the volunteer com- j iahoma. have associated ourselves to
Cash as an Insurgent? pany remains the same as hsre-to-fore. gether and formed a copartnership
Judge Gillette, of El Reno, wus \ team of thoroughly trained fire for the purpose of transacting bust-
there and in identically the same horses have been 3ent out fro mthe ness under the firm name of Western
frame of mind. There is no better city aud now every thing is ready and National Sales Company, the princi-
pnrty republican than Judge Gillette. 11 quipped for fire fighting. Tn case pal place of business of such partner-
Somebody will get licked if he is se- of fire phone the station—Black. 1690. ship being Oklahoma City. Oklahoma;
riously accused of being an insurgent. Vnd at night phone the residence of and that we and no other persons a.-
Now that explains the entire lnsur-.J. W. Morrise also 5736. the members composing the said
guney idea so tar as politicians count j ___ Wes'ern National Sales Company.
in Oklahoma. AROUND THE WORLD. Witness our hands at Oklahoma
Among newspaper men it Isn’t much -- ! City. Oklahoma, this the 14th day of
different. At the Shawnee conven- j Something novel in the wav of en- December, 1909.
tion. the opposition was led by Rob- tertalnments was given by the Chris- J- T. GREGORY.
ins of the South McAlester Npwb. | tlan Endeavor Society of the Christian J- H- D°w.
Poor fellow, he was so terribly op- church Saturday night. It was in the BERNARD GREHAN.
posed that he even voted against on- form of a trip around the world. The , CLIFTON RATLIFF.
church w-as tbe Union Station from ; State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Cou-.v
TOOLS at Cavnar & Fariss
FNTERTAIN M ENT.
iDishes at Cavnar & Fariss.
Mr. Adam Myer a prominent, busi-
ness man of Luther, was a caller at
cur office recently while looking over
this locality. He is thinking of ex-
changing some of his farm property
for real estate in our part of the Coun-
ty ond we would like to see him set-
worth of bright new and up-to-date
merchandise will he unmercifully sac-
rificed at less than one-half, regard-
less of cost. Every dollar's worth
of merchandise must be converted into
cash in a very short time. Under
no circumstances can you afford to
miss a sale of this kind, if you value
a dollar. Don’t be a laggard; don’t
hope and wait for what tomorrow
will bring, but start now.
Now is your chance to Save Your
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY
BARGAINS WE WILL HAVE ON
$12.50 Suits at $7.35
They are extra good values at their
original prices, so you can judge what
splendid inducements we are offering
yon. They are stylish. They are
right. They give
salisfaction ................... $7.35
$15 and $18 Suits at $9.45
The coats are made in the latest
fashion, fancy cuffs, snug fitting col-
lar. concave shoulders, hair cloth front,
good trimmings. Pants are made peg
top. side straps, belt
straps, open Ian seams ____
$20 and $22 at $12.50
For The Benefit Of Our Schools.
On Friday night an - entertainment
will be given at the Baptist church for
the benefit of our public schools. The
entertainment will consist, of musical
numbers, recitations, readings, etc.,
given by some of Oklahoma City’s
best talent. They have given their
entertainment In most of the leading
churches of the city with great suc-
cess. An admittance fee of 25 cents,
with 10 cents for all children attending
school will be charged, and the pro-
ceeds will be used for needed equipp1
ment in the school rooms. The pro-
gram will be worth much more than
the admission price and the cause for
which it is given is most worthy.
Hut, Robins said his reason was ] which all travelers started and Mess-
that the great majority of his sub ers Adams and Matherly were the
Before me. W. R. Gorby, a notary
Buggy Whips at Cavnar & Fariss
If you have property you would like
to exchange for good farm property
or business property in Luther, ad-
Eat Capitol Hill Bread.
Miss Ella May Lewis is a late arrival
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Lewis. She arrived Sturday Jan. 15th.
In this lot of suits we are going to
give you all wool suits in worsted,
cassimere or bule serge; the latest
grays included. They are perfectly
tailored, medium weight and they are
new. snappy and
$25 and $35 Suits at $14.85
These suits ere for the ones who are
used to paying $25 to $35 for a suit
They Include the “L” System Clothes;
newest and most striking effects in
grays, cut after the new 1910 Spring
models. There is also a big selection
for those who like a fine
Gents' Furnishings at Great Reduc-
See our Iron Beds, Cavnar & Fariss.
Etl apitol lilBread.
Eat Capitol Hill Bread.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. )
OKLAHOMA COUNTY. )
Before me A. H. Tyler Justice of the
Peace i within and far
said County and State on this the 17 I
day of December, 1909, personally ap- I
peared Ed. J. Baumbach, and George
M. Flanagan, to me personally known
to be the identical persons whose
names are signed to the above and
teregti.c., instrument, and each for I
himself acknowledged to me that he
executed the same as his free volun-
tary act and deed for the purpose
therein set forth, and contemplated. |
Witness my hand and official seal
this the 17th day of December. 1909.
A. H. Tyler.
Justice of the Peace.
Mrs. Yowell of West Reno Street
was on the Hill Saturday looking after
her property here.
Builders Hardware Cavnar & Fariss
and CURE THE LUNGS
OLDS trial Battle Free
AND ALL THROAT ANP LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONET REFUNDED.
FRED CRABER CO.
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