Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 15, 1894 Page: 5 of 8
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A Temple of Art.
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Some Experiment* of Value to FariiHT*
These paiagrmphsare especially pre-
pared by llr. .1. C. Seal, director Ok-
lahoma experiment station.
New orchards in Oklahoma appar-
ently suffered more during the sum-
mer of 1894 from scalding or sunburn
of the young trees at or below the sur-
face of the ground than from all other
causes combined, it is the observa-
tion of nearly all nurserymen and or-
chardists. as reported by l'rof I'. A.
Waugh, of the experiment station,
that this damage was greatest where
orchards received least cultivation, j
Clean cultivation of young fruit trees
will, beyond reasonable doubt, reduce
damage by drought and insects.
The watermelon disease which has
been noticed throughout the territory,
and to which attention has heretofore
been called by l'rof. !•'. A. Waugh, of
the Oklahoma experiment station, has
been the subject of experiment by the
station this summer. The chief at
tempt was to control the disease by
spraying with Bordeaux mixture, but
the results were unsatisfactory. In
the only other instance in the United
States where the same tiling is known
to have been tried the results are re-
ported to be similar.
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log set oi
| time during fall.
I when the trees ai
i.! ornamental tr
n of the y« ar, o
c ink;: ■
ories of t'ie White City
in it:; beauty the Palace
man kind o.' wonder , departed. Trivmph
tempest the stately structure stand.-i beside
forever to the service of the people. A.;
ing and sculpture it surprised and delighted the si: lions. A ;
the Field's Columbian Museum it w il entertain 3nd instruct
multitudes in the ages to come.
A World's Fair in miniature is the museum to-day.
While it lasts the public will have before them a vivid re-
minder of the greater exposition of 1S93. It will bring back
the vast pamoratna of splendid exhibits including tlu fine
showing made by
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
The analysis of Dr. Price's by government experts
demonstrated its immeasurable superiority in leavening
strength, purity and general excellence and gained for it the
Highest Award at the Fair.
c s are De-
ir, or at any
r or spring,
ground is open, will do to set such |
trees. Indeed it is the opinion of l'rof. |
K. A. Waugh, horticulturist of the
station, that the advantages of fall or ,
spring planting for fruit and other
trees are mostly imrginary; and that
if trees are properly handled, especi-
ally if not subjected to damaging ex-
posure in transferring long distances
from nursery to field, one season is as
good as another to transplant.
Caked & Inflamed l ciders.
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub in Vigorously.
Lillie's Drug Store
IS NOW THE SOI.K AGKNCY FOR Till'.
If any of you farmers don't know what it
investigate and learn something larg
benefit. Call at.
is you had
.'ly to your
Lillies' Drug Store-
Victor Block Corner Harrison and 1st St.
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Washington, Dec. ■>■—[Special.]
Chief Justice i'uller announced today
that it had been decided not to ad-
vance the case of Clay Peters vs. the
United States. This case reached the
court from the supreme court of Okla-
homa. l'eters was convicted in Judge
Burford's court of perjury in a contest
trial in Oklahoma county, and was
sentenced to four years in the Minne-
sota penitentiary. The case is ap-
Keimliitloan of Condolence.
The militia committee appointed to
draft resolutions on the death of Lloyd
Cattle, submitted the following1 to the
company last night, which were
Whkreas. It has pleased an All
Wise Providence to remove from our
midst our dearly beloved eomrad
and brother, John Lloyd Cattle, and
Wiikkkas, We feel that in his death
we have lost a true comrade and
friend, who was ever before us as an
example of manliness and nobility of
character, a sincere christian, whose
place in our hearts can never be tilled;
therefore, be it
Resolved, That we, his brother offi-
Three new and very aggressive
weeds threaten to invade Oklahoma,
and the director of the experiment
station would be glad to correspond
with any one that thin Us he has found
the Johnson grass, the Coco or Nut
grass, or the Russian thistle on his
premises. The Johnson grass and
Coco mav be looked tor in counties!
bordering on the south, ami the Rus-
sian thistle will most likely be found |
along railroads in the northern tier of
Two new food plants from Hindoo-
stan, tried in small quantities at the
Oklahoma experiment station during
the year, bore well and withstood the
extreme heat of last summer. These
were the Cyamapis and Mungo peas.
The latter especially made a tine
growth and bore profusely. The peas
though small, were deliscious and the
plant promises to be quite an addition
to our scanty summer supply of vege-
tables. Next year a larger area will
be planted with American grown
Mustang Liniment conquer*
Makes nan or Beast well
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WIN FIELD S. SMITH. NORMAN A. SMITH.
Attorney. Real Estate Rroker.
AVinlield Ssi. J* n illi iV Hon,
Vlotor Block. CS vitlii'ie, Okla.
T0 L0/i\ 6N CPOTLEft flP
Cltv and Country Property for Sale or Rent.
One word describes it—"perfection."
We refer to lie Witt's Wich Hazel Salve,
cures obstinate sores, burns, skin dis-
eases and is a well known cure for
piles. —K. It. Lillie & Co.
pealed in the hope of securing a new an(j members of Co. A, 1st I!eg
(). N. li., do hereby tender our sincere
and heartfelt sympathy to the mem-
bers of his bereaved family, hoping
that they may find some solace in the
knowledge that thsir sorrow is our
sorrow, and that those who knew him
best loved him most.
J. L. Corhktt,
G. (i. W. 1'AINK,
trial Unless the case can be advanced
he will have served out his term long
before the case is reached, and the re-
fusal to advance the case means that
it has been decided by the court to al-
low l'eters to serve out his term.
The famous Clyde Mattox murder
case was again touched today in the
supreme court. The case is pending
asking for him a second new trial. It
has been argued, but attorneys for
Mattox asked to be allowed to file ad-
ditional briefs before opinion was
rendered. The request was granted.
Mothers! Moth.rail Mnth.rstl!
Mn . WiN i.i)wSSooTam STntip h.ns bi^-n .iMd
tor over KIFTY YEARS by MILLIONS ot
MOTHKRS for th*ir CHILDREN' whlje TKKTIt-
INCJ, with PKKFECT SUCCESS, It SOOTHES
thr CHILI), SOFTENS the GUMS, ALLAYS all
PAIN; cures wind colic. an,t < tb<-ix-m Wallace A Muller.
r*m«ty for DIARltHtRA. Sold by DnlKu'ists Is
.▼erj p.rt of the world. Be sure and nuk for
"Mrs. WinslowH Soothing Syrup." and lake u.
•Iber kind. Tweatjr-d.e cents bottle.
W. I. Church, of Staunton l'ost, W.
A. H , says: "I have tried nearly every
cough remedy but have found nothing
to compare with Parks' Cough Syrup.
There is nothing on earth like it for
bronchitis. I have suffered ever since
my discharge from the army and
Parks' Cough Syrup is the only remedy
that has ever helped me " Sold by
McKinley, Ok., Dec. 5.—[Special
correspondence.) The rain Saturday
night was something very much need-
Mr. Coons spent Thanksgiving with
his brother in the city.
Word came last week that Mrs. Tate
who was sick in Missouri, died before
her daughter got there.
The saw mill two miles west of Mc-
Kinley having changed hands, will be
moved soute and east of the store
about two miles, onto Mr. Jones place.
We understand the Holiness people
are having quite good success with
their meetings among the colored peo-
ple down the creek about four miles
There will be a colored school start-
ed in this district in the near future.
We understand the neighbors gave
Mrs. Wright a wood chopping Thanks-
giving day and those living east of
McKinley gave old Mr. Coterraan one
Friday. Let the good work go on and
don't forget to call on others before
the cold weather is all gone
Mrs. N. Meyette. the Genesee county
treasurer of the W. C. T. U. and a very
influential worker in the cause of
women, says: "I have used Parks' Tea
and find it is the best remedy 1 have
The Durham tobacco sign
are painting the town red.
AN OLD OFFENDER SKIPPS.
Nelghiiorfl Threatened to Lynch the Mo-
lester of Small (tirlH.
An old man named Culver left his
home, fourteen miles west of Edmond,
last Friday and has not since returned.
Investigations proved that he had de-
bauched a couple of girls about 14
years old and that a lynching party
was being organized in the neighbor-
hood to string him up. He got ear of
the fate awaiting him and skipped.
Meridian. Ok., Dec. 4.—[Specialcor-
respondence. j Beware! Take heed!
Learn to know yourself! Cyclones are
dangerous even in winter.
Mrs. M. W. Allen gets no better.
Some school directors show no dispo-
sition to give the colored children a
A Thanksgiving wood-chopping
made the widow Wright and her two
A barrelof tine apples from Kansas
was the Thanksgiving offering receiv-
ed by .loel (toodrich and family.
Water always seeks its level, and
people living in glass houses always
M. A. Mcl'eak is teaching school in
Bear Creek township. He has taught
twenty-three months of school since
the opening of the territory, his work
being in Guthrie, Iron Mound, Lawrie,
Bear Creek, and Cimarron townships.
Schools are all prospering as far as
we can learn, and the colored people
are taking great interest in educating
Mat Leeds is plowing for I). S. John-
The last literary at the Bear Creek
school house, we understand, did not
prove to be a success.
Time will bring many hidden thing:
Some thief took a tine hog from
W. Allen a few days ago.
Meridian has a good, honest and ef-
ficient postmistress in the person of
Mrs. S. E. Harbor.
MURDER AND SUICIDE.
I'lit-nis Killed for lit* Attention* to
llulf-lireed Uiiage Woman.
News comes from the Osage country
that the man Phenis was killed by
Riley Sweeney, for paying too many
attentions to Sweeney's wife. Swee-
ney has a half-breed Osage woman,
who is quite rich. Phenis seems to
have hunted every opportunity to be
with her and was at last caught by the
husband. Sweeney, after the killing
of Phenis, took a dose of poison, with
suicidal intent, and will undoubtedly
Phenis was not a deputy marshal as
stated yesterday, but a supposed
whisky peddler; and never worked un-
der Morris Robacker.
A satisfied customer is a permanent
one. That's why we recommend De
Witt's Little Early Risers. They cure
constipation, indigestion and billious-
ness.—P. B. Lillie A Co.
Old papers for sale at thi* print shop;
cents a hundred.
COSBY LOT CONTEST.
Trial lor a Valuable Corner Itetore the
Tin* townsite board is engaged in
the trial of Cosby and others for lot P.
in block .* 7, Guthrie proper, on which
there were eight claimants. The best
of the bar of our place are conducting
the suit, including Messrs. Asp. Speed,
Thurston, et al, and will manage to
take up the next two days before they
The trial was had three years ago,
but as some of the parties to the suit
were not properly brought into court,
the Washington authorities sent the
ease baek for a new hearing. The lot
is on Harrison avenue and First street,
east of the Star ba/.aar. and is quite
GREAT MORTGAGE SALE i
Having closed the double store of Fleming & Co., Guide
Rock, Neb., under chattel mortgage ard shipped same to Guthrie,
Oklahoma, will open up and sell same regardless of wholesale cost.
D m Goods, Boots &, Shoes
We are now ready for business, 109 Division St.,
Oklahoma and Harrison ave.
EMAHIZER & CO.,
GUTHRIE MARBLE YAFD,
of all kinds
"There is a salve for every wound."
We refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indo-
lent sores, as a local application in the
nostrils it cures catarrh, and always
cures piles. — P. H. Lillie <fc Co.
1 Cnnnot lt« Cured.
By local application
the diseased portion 1
an inflamed cundi
tin- Eustachian ti:
flamed you have
feet hearing, am
deafness is the re
tion can be taken
Its normal condit
1 o tue ear. There is only
afnesH, and that is bv cor.-
:• . Deafness is caused by
on of the innenns lining of
■. When this tube petH in
rumbling sound or imper
rrh. which is nothing
ondition of the mucous sun
\V« will give one hundred (
f deafness (caused by eatai
■11 red by Hall's Catarrh Cur
F. J. CHI'.NF Y «
J.^' Sold by dru^ist*, 75c.
Headache is the direct result of indi-
gestion and stomach disorders. Rem-
edy these by using DeWitt's Little
Early Risers and your headache disap-
pears. The favorite little pill every-
where.—P. K. Lillie & Co.
FREE r a
A PINE GAME IN
EACH l-ib. PACKAGE
ud for eiret
, Toledo, O.
If Coxey had given 810,000 to the
starving men of his "army," instead
of deserting them and spending this
ever tried for constipation. It requires amount (n a fruiUesh ambition to get
smaller doses and is more thorough. I , ...
shall use nothing else in the future." | <■" congress, he would have a more en-
Sold by Wallace * Muller during place in history.
Gfl0VV? • • AND CHI^
Many Different Kinds
J —^Suitable for <-
PE0PLE : N
DRINK LION COFFEE
-sand orr ail tmeses-
Fine Parlor Games.
If jour dealer doe« not keep it
for mIc, write ua his nuna and
•ddrtwrt, that we may plaoe It on
Wooteon 8piee Co, Toledo, (x
BOARD OF TRADE TOPICS.
AddreNHen to be Delivered in the Future
liefure That Body.
President McNeal has appointed the
following list of gentlemen to make
addresses before the board of trade in
the topics named:
Wednesnay December I j Statehood
J—H. II. Hagan. (ieo. Gardner, A. J.
December 19—Silver question—C. II.
| Horner, I". C. (luss, P. II. (Jreer.
December'Jti -Labor question in Guth-
rie—W. S. Smith. Leo Vincent, E. P.
i For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of
| Hay City. Mich., accidentally spilled j
| scalding water over h« r little boy.
; She promptly applied DeWitt's Witch •
; Hazel Salve, giving instant relief. Its
j a wonderfully good salve for burns, j
I bruises, sores and a sure cure for piles, i
I -P. IJ. Lillie it Co.
AT THE OUTHR1E marQLE YARLs,
Coping done either of Marble or rock, and walls built in a
workman-like manner. Come to the yard and see the different
designs, E. C. Homard, late foreman in St. Louis marble works,
is connected with this yard. All work done by J. VV. SUTTON,
is lettered "Guthrie Marble Yards."
"THE RIGHT PLACE!"
Shoes Notions, Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Blankets, Etc., Etc.
Calicos at .. . 3L 4 and 5 cents.
Ginghams at. . 3.', 5 a"d 6 cents.
Dress Goods at 10. 1 5 and 20 cts
(worth double the money)
A good line of Cotton and Shak-
er Flannels at 6 cents.
Shoes at S5C regular price $1.25
Shirtings at 5, 6, 8 and 10 cents,
I Blankets at 75c, $1.00 and $:
worth 50 per cent more.
S75 A WEEK,
1.1 W• do nil kind* of pla-
in* at our work*, miauteturft
material* and outfit*. and touch
lb urt. «H| ih*onlv •oiupl'*'-'
ouinr. moludin* lath* whcel«,♦/*>'«
and ruafrlil. poU«hlm,pr"p«r
lu«, planiK and AnUhitif rwi
«binrf. Cl- ui«ra and pri wa
6r«f * To..
Hats and Caps at Actual Cos!!
And many other articles at great bargains.
Remember to Call at
THE RIGHT PLiCE
L. C. Johns, Prop-
118 West Harrison Ave.
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Greer, Frank H. Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 15, 1894, newspaper, December 15, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth352974/m1/5/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.