The Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 74, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 19, 1902 Page: 4 of 7
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WEEKLY OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL. GITHK1K, OKLAHOMA. JTTI.Y ig. tor*
Tlie Kind Von Have Always Bought, a ml which lias been
in use fbr over 30 years, liu«i borne the signal lire of
' ———* has been made under liis i er-
tJ?L , onal supervision vinco its mlaney.
******** Allow 110 one to derei\ e you in t his*
All Counterfeits, Imitations and M Just-un-good" are but
Experluients that trirte with and eudanger the health of
tiulants and Children—Kxperience agaiubt Kxperiiueut.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria ia a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant* It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic,
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorins
and allays Feverish ness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wiud
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
JStomneh and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacca—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORJA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
In the matter of the application of There was filed yeaterda
E. B. Justice, a territorial prisoner in j flc0 oI tj,u governor a request for a
the Kansas penitentiary sentenced for !... iiimuiati< n in the caw of O.-hua
life for murder, to the Kansas supreme oroniuiauon in u
court to be released from the penlteu- Hruer sentendecd to l>e hanged m i >•-
tiary on a habeas corpus action, the luiuseh. Pottawatomie county on July
court when the rase wa.s heard on July ; for lnc niurdcr of Martin ' Vest mar
2 gave the territory fifteen days to file ' . , .
its briefs in both the Just ion ami Tor- Violet hprings on Domini -i i.« <
rill case?. The Terrlll brief was fl ed The request is on oftlcial on. from the
several days ago and the Justice brief general council of the -mi:iol. nation, . .ii
will be filed today I now in session. It Is signed by U K atllm
From the office of the attorney gun-1 Miller, as chairman, and John Lou y 8j,m,1
eral o! Oklahoma, It was learned yes- .o clerk of tlif geneva* couu. il and up-I th
terday that he following propositions | proved bv 'lie principal chii-t. ilul-,ol t!
will be covered in the brief nled in tha i bulla and the s.cond chi f Ahouins nie
Justice case (Little. Governor Ferguson has set seem
The first proposition is on the ques- \ "oxi Th.,'r£.)"y a" l!'*' daU' ' I
tion of pleading. The state of the i hearing Iin t it < us-
«.,• tViat nn jinnlirfl-tirm i Cephus Brunei is .
MISERY IN -CLOTHtS
THE EXPERIENCE OF A Dill C.C
IN SAMS VALUtt
HE TELLS A HEPOKTKH 1*1 IE s
WAY IN WHICH HE
OVERCAME THE lJlF-
because of the
had a great man
id Mr. Albert L.
when I was a littl
i 18 years old < I began to be j t,,
*lth an eruption of the skin .
i like diminutive boils. I think
was h u hcredltar;. Impurity i cat
jod Physicians did uo help ' ret
and In fact their remedies u,,
orfte than the disease 1 kept
worse and the cm
iunieruua that it wa
lotliet. After a whil
« > eii ' an(i die unfairness of ti
'.all, a party said John Golol
but th" "thirty per cent to one hi
. thir.is | uiists of the territory v
u r, Bird McC litre for song res,
far. in every repubttm
fellow, j held to nominate a count
the leading popul
s delegates and li
If of the pop
111 vote fo
> this fall. S<
erlty of th
i ITww 1
■re not all To
them came o
Ists and deim
iter "" "J*"
of deniocrtb*^ ''"l
rftfs of ttiil • iTiC
artlng of their wayi
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
I record* «how that an application j , Wff "r^'ar1 m «
' made by Justice for u writ, the grit,.t- f;n,inole negro outh, found £ •>*
refurn ^ j trou.,1, was Th..„ r,a,on for
'r^otC.™ 1«2SSSSl,'tothS!riSEbtm. ft!"ui"" • -• iio"n; u",,! 01 "kn
' i, - f . j. f,. ... th, prlcon i °v Butts of If umseli and a Mr. b « via •••! and I lontin i d «.. , t.niu popmst- o-.t vote t.. i n r .
ir ihouldrteBi£SJS3M^to tte «l^Wto®. The ury In the ra*, w;ls until all ira - of th, dls,.se !,:,d . Matl illll . ratl. r , ,, for
I nnd thr. den nm-r tloes not t resent any composed of A. M. Trlbbev. Ed Laui:..- .she iiat was •. <n > .or a^" •"! oratlc Candida who give ti.' in no con
ta.ewhhh.r '.,rK-Sn; . J. W. duim. & v«««,. <*%. I I « ^... ***** <* u«
! .ir pvld nop tendlnp to dis'iute any racts Moreland. T. M Bushflpld, Jehti V..,sinc \ it statehood'.' What could they gain
('t eUdrnce tenainf, to nispme any iblw. Wilkerson. A. 0. Dr. Williams Pink l'ills lor 1^\t . . W|fjl ,|m„(,r,a. „• .W s.-.
cfen^ou Its face ^wnktitute a legal Vattght".' T.' Shackleford. B.C. Klepper j People are alva-., sums ful be. ms- "I'll i qa.-t.lon of statehood will al
hoid nfthen tto whit^Zild he U'fd! and Vi li. Ai orn. I the.v go the ron, of the di*ia oil,-. . . lh„ n
,r, - ni.(inncitif)ii The stanted The following verdict was returned | tr remedies a ' on the m nipto.m the vote of the three new countle .
o OktaST. JSmS 2STw2?JS? b! by the jury after being out abo it . nc ! the* arvelons veg< table pills r-w y ylUliy ,,>nUH VIlth uf thl. I5 eountr>
nn. . ,n ,, ,..„.m a ,>f a criminal i hour: | tue cnuse of the tiouble. Notoul>ha>i . \ H eant th'dr first vote in t bo te' i'ttoi .
cape' The Indictment the plea to the ! "We, the jnry empaneled an.i (.worn they .-.nvu j. mdr> U of w in itar I. ihi ull I'liey know nothing nor .nr.*
tadJctateSr the^mlSmea ™the'inland in the al ov. . ntiti..! .a, ■!.. -.|«. "r..out ti. M . • im,-. u tin.,. . .,|h„u ih4 termer polite rl.altl.H
tli lint..mint I his ih the if. (iril of our oaths ilnd the defendant. Cephua .1.. ... be nn unuHin;. spei tin foi [ 0j tlj territory Many of these ate
the clerk Inbound to keep and doe* not llruner. stiilty. u, ehat^ In indie.- ail .«.• '■ • « >«• « ""P"" who from th.
include the application for a change , ntent. of the erlnte of muMe.. and .."I«• > d hi,,,., and «■, ak.mod SMIlll tl,e,l of being on the
<f venue or any order made in con- designate hi- punishment at death. | nen. ... fruitful enures, o. nearlv s;ii, 0f naeation In the progress and
iieetion with the ssame These matters The defendant vho I? :i Semlm-b. j all the dta to whleh human k nd is poittcal history of their country. They
were never brought into the record by negro boy about 17 years old, listened , heir. Or \\ llilams Pink ills for are lho new blm)(, of lht, s^,utli who sec
hfll of exception or case made, ac | to the reading of the Nmlht unmoved Pale P .pi. are rold hi bx.satW
cording to the statutes. The record 1m- .The crime for which he was convicted | tents a box or six boxes $-...0. and
ports absolute verity. When the
Made of Pure Grape Cream of Tartar.
Safeguards 'Ac food
, . M UU4« «r , u« VOMU
NORMAL II) MEET
rything done Is pre-
sunii'd to'have been done rightly, con- Mart Wef-.t, a wnite boy of about th
tequentiy the court will not contradict, t-am>• age. near Violet Springs. The
the lack of not for ever living in the
toxes tor ana i pa8^ They see that it is inevitable that
>mmitted on the 2«th of last | may b" iia;i of ail druggists or direct new conditions demand new solution",
mber. when he shot and killed | by mail from Dr. vvilliams Medicine j an(j country will grow away
Co.. Schenectady N. Y
ieans. These plantations were former
lly owned by either Cubans of Span- | 'ell"ror'cl b v a-i'v'Baro'ie'or 'extrinsic uouble was . aus.-.l l,y some li re works ,
i ish famllUa hilt durinit th« war when i . . J.. pc tit l« i ' u" h « " Wt-tt u nu flrlnir nff It re- ;
, Ish families but during the war when The" StToiiU's atv attempt, vhich young W, tt was tiring otr. It ti
a Cuban army eamc across Spanish 'contra.!', t t' ireord of the . «n.il in a quarrel in which Brim.
I plantations they burned them and the ^ ...
Spaniards retaliated In like manner
Havana Is s Spanish city still. The
narrow alley like streets covered with
awnings to keep out the midday sun's
raya; the gailv painted houses with
great rlvited <loors and heavy door
knock(rs; the narrow, gloomy barred
windows from the balconies of wh'ch
in the early evening the crowd In the
street below is watelied by winsome
Spanish ocnorlun;, with rich mantillas
thrown In a careless way across their
shoulder; the easy going Manatia ways
every where present and the politeness
ol the peoplo at. once convince th'? trav-
eller that in spite of the many changes
wrought by the coming of the Ameri-
cans and which tend much towards
making it a cosmopolitan city. Ha-
vana will for years to come retain its
tender, fearless charm cast on it by
Spain in the long ago.
case made, by copies of the application ! drew a revolver and shot West.
for a change of venue and the order ; defense was that he thought West was
when they found Cuban property, "j' ,,7n,it,'whiiit conitl- m the act of Urawini: a jtistoi to shoot
hence at the cloae at the war both htm.
Cuban and Spanlrd found themselves
the owners of great tracts of land
but with no machinery nnd at; it costs
about three hundred thousand dollars
to build a sugar bouse they were the
owners of white elephants until repre
seutatives of Americans came in am
bought the property and put In machin
ry to work it. On these plantations
today one finds Chinamen and the Cu-
ban nigger tolling fourjccn hours a
day for a wage of twenty five cents nnd
the toller is forced to buy the bite
lutes extrinsic evidence. ~~ filit&ljpi
The third proposition—Admitting j In the communication frc.v the hem-
that the court will go behind the rec j inole council, requesting a commuta-
ord. although it mi.-'nt have been er- lion of sentence, it is state 1 that .lolm |
ior for the court to overruie the appll- , Bruenr, the father of the condemned is |
ition for a change of venue, neverthe. j one of the leading men of the Semi
''opre: less any Judgment had thi lvafter would nole nation, aud the latter under oatii 1
\pha"d be not void, but 5 Imply >oidaide and j states that In- wai kept from attend- . V,V it met it
I could only be attached by a proceeding Inn the trial of his w n by hreals of ,h 1/ '
ltin,lb i„ antiniii .ir ucii I)f error i violence, made against him by friends ioclotk >tbteidd>
tom a man who remains with his pre
, Judices ingendered under sectional ah
I plrations and convictions (hat never
return These young men have fought
for Cuban liberty and Philippine civ il i
j zation. Their patriotism Is greater than
1 tlo r past prejudces. They know that
| tlie one way to become leaders in the
i new departure of ther country's history
Is to fulfill the call of the times and
j not stand back and kick against, the
— ■ fellows who are doing it. These young
. fellows In Oklahoma will vote for Bird
ommlssion appointed by Oov- , McGulre for congress this fall, and so
rnor Tom Ferguson, according to the , vot# for fctatehood ana an tlle progress
in appeal or writ of error
O JL SH W <0 1T3L T jTk.
Bearstho _ /) 'i'8 ^JlawMwayS Bought ; after the killing
he eats at the plantation store which I Cigaatcro
barge a price that Is cruelly lan
These people cannot read or write, they
live like animals nud marrlagt Is a!
most a joke to them. EJach plantation
has its own police who allow no one!
to live on company property who will i i''lK8T
not obey the company "rules."
The manager at the largi-st plants D. t
tion in Cuba told me tiw, his com- "piendi
The .tree* arc ' o?m«ch wider than S j &,
after fifty thousand hags had been'•/-bit- .
ground the balance would be all prof ' *V7 oo ''wt
it, or In other words the company i -n ,'
would make $12&v(ki. this year, under iirst wli-
the present duties of 20 per cent. ,
Kvery Cuban wants to be a Btatef. !
man and every negro wants to be a j
soldier and each of them bate the
other, neither of tin m wants to work
both love to drink and have good
times so even to trie unobservlng it Is |
apparent that civil strife must soon
begin and that affairs In Cuba will be I
as full of ups and do.vns as a burro i
trail of the Hock Mountains. Special Dispaich
violence, made against him by friends
| of the i.ests.
It is stated also that a few days
young West, who
was a white youth, a mob came to the
| home of Bruncr, and not being abie
to find Cephus llruner, took his broth-
er. Myer Burner, dragged him a short
i distance from the house and murdered
hlra. The communication commends
IN | the fair action c£ Judge Burwell dui
i ing the trial, but brings into nolle
s I the extreme youth of the condemned
and asks clemency.
mgrcbsional act au.
in this city at one
afternoon to com
work of redlstricting the
and individual prospects that oome un
If the democrats claim that they can
make Oklahoma a democratic state,
, - . ., hi.tin; iwui;'tt'i.i n 11 r ttiuv.i iui> ...i- >'
territory ot _()k | tney should vote for a republican dele
gate, to congress, secure statehood and
so prevent him taking his seat. If
Lawton H< |.;«.dh an, Ot o ! t)u.y are to willing to take their chances
yer of the Guthrie Lead r aud afterwards, they should not Insist on
our side wants h' re, at home, in fact
two carriages cannot pass each other
on many of them and one is forced
to drive down one street ami return on
another. On either side of these nar-
row streets you find great stores own-
ed mostly by Spaniards; here are
jewelry stores millinery stores, gro-
ceries clothing and cowl *<Jf loner y
stores, In fact one can now get almost
anything he wants In Havana which
can be ohtalned In any of our large
Th Lr «#t scenes are Interesting.
Here tho milk man with his cans on the
back of his mule is crowded to the
wall by the automobile; the Chinaman
with his clothes basket on his head
makes way for the rubber tired trap
and the girl from the North with her
raglan coat looks lnti restlngly at the
Cuban belle clad in her suit of duck
aud tho white and the yellow and black
races here Jostle and mingle In a good
In tho evening Central Park Is the
mecca for those fun loving people and
here beneath tropical akies, amid per-
fume giving plants and shrubs you see
a laughing, happy democratic crowd
rompoted; sailors from some warship
In the harbor, the gray headed Ameri-
can army officer and wife; the Cuban
soldier in his uniform of browiit, thA
Spanish maiden with her fluffy drpsu
and the American tourist girl in her
tailor made and the soft strains of the
nwe<it Spani'ti music and the paje
shadows of the electric light as they
break through the trees hold one spell-
bound and even the hustling man from
the states stands enchanted and does
not blame the Cuban for having a good
time. And sh it Is In Havana so It is
in moat of the cities of Cuba, but on
the plantaton in the country one flmls
a different and sadder condltlou of af-
Nino tenths of all the plantations
which raise sugar are owned by Amer-
ord time of -HIP.
TO BE CURED of rheumat^m
with all its lameness, nchc
pains, lake Hood's
must l c sure to
Vinita, I. T, July 11.—The United
States commission of the five civilized
tribes has rendered judgments in Cher
okee doubtful cases ueciding that the
following named applicants are entitled
nnd I to be listed for enrollment as citizens
virsaparilla. Yon ! of tho Cherokee Nation on regu ar
GET HOOD'S. Cherokee cards: Kate Lord. Tulsa;
Myrtle Patton, Chouteau; Oceola Allen,
Pryor Creek; Ezeklel Parrls et al.,
Claremore; Thomas Stealer et al..
—. Claremore: James R. Dohertyi et al..
the State Capital, i Collinsville; Minnie Bucknei. Fovil
And it strikes one that it were much Seward. Oklu duly 11. A nice rain < WUUam b I an :., et al 1 on : .1 I
better if tne United States were to ; fell yesterday- farmers all sflb-a tcv . g beland Claremore; Dick Downinr.
cease worrying over Cuban sugar which I day. natron; John ,ar\er et al Musk)
Is owned by American milllonares who A. Ploeger, sterling Coop. r, Dave g'p: Martin Raper et al. t banc , \\
are employng dome headed, rum Rameyare all Guthrie visitors today. Han Johnson, h ort Uavriiworth. Ka
drinking ngroes and naked diseased C. W. Oailand has bought and ship R8n|f , prai e' u ' Wji^on.-r- .
Chinamen at starvation wages amljped about 15,000 bushels of wheat in ^a '1rh Vl'l;
turn its attention towards the West 'the past two weeks testing from 55 to ^''B0 j-- Bi^'Kett, Dutch MiA'. Ark,:
where the itelllgent American farmer pounds, a prcty god showing for It,r,yal V\. Waybo irn. Chouteau
is rearing an intelligent family and re jour little town.
claiming the desert, plain by producing Arthus (Jay, night operator for the I
sugar beets. 'Santa Fe. li;iL* returned from Winfleld 1 DAVID A^D GOLIATH
The Cuban sugar Is all owned by where he visited his father and broth j
Americans. The protection of It will er the past couple of days. ;
do the Cubans no good, they are mere-| Arno and Kugene Beyer of Outh A J:''' .. ' ? Kl\<;
aud senatorial districts. The coramis
sion is composed of Bert Howard of
1^. Woods as the Cherokee Orient.
TIih commission organizcit by the
election r.f Bert Howard as . halrn.an
an.I C. j:. Woods as recretrsry aftfr
all the members had taken the oath.
An official visit was then made to
both the governor's and secretary s of.
(ices. th. work of the commission be
ing talked over to some great extent.
The < oramlasioners have s< • ur( i the
room, No. 10, in the Oklahoma block,
Just iu tlie rear of the attorney gen
iral's office and were In session therein
a portion of the aftrnoon. On account
of the lack of proper stationery at \
this time and the required reports on
the census from the various counties,
ii was Impossible yesterday afternoon
to accomplish anything of importance
In connection with the work.
Among the callers yesterday after- .
noon ui the office of the commissioners
were Chairman Taylor of ...e Noble
county republican central committee j
aud Col. Tom Soward, both of Perry.
These gentlemen desire a change in the \
voting for a democratic candidate and
cut their nose off to spite their t'a< e.
With a democratic congressman all the
other offices would still he republican
by federal appointment; with the elec-
tion of a republican, (federal rule would
(ease and all parties would have a free
chance for an open'fight.
I expect the republicans will gain
10,000 new popu ist votes this fall that
never voted with them before."
keep a note book, which will recei*#
duo notice In preparing llnaJ standmb
School officers should visit the in-
stituto and Inspect the work 30 as to
be a hip to choose the teacher who
k«-eps abreast of tlie times.
Kuroll before the institute Opens,
Obtaaln a course of study, and sPenH
your leisure time lu reviewing difficult
Iiting all your text and rcferenca
books us you will need them.
Come with the determination to got
tho vt rv nest—do not bo content wlilL
Let us remember that all teacher*
should be friends. Show a friendly
interest and see how things will
The program is arranged In strict
compliance with the requirements of
the territorial board of education. The
1 institutes of the territory are careful-.'
I ly graded and a three year course has
Special Dispatch to the stale ffepilal
Watonga nkla. July 14 The tefttb
annual normal imstitute of Blaine eon a
ly will be held in tlv high school
building Watonga, July ill-August 14.
with Pro' i. A 1*V r re I its conductor
and Prof Leroy R. Green A Id and Miss
Manxie Rice us instructors. The in
ten -f being taken by teachers through-
out the county 1- sulii. i.nt evidence
that the . 1 t* intendent efforts to
make this institute "tf of the best
ever held In the county, aoe duly ap
predated. For the benefit of the teach
ers ami otlu-rs who exp«-t to attend
the following information is giveu from
the announcement issued by the county
Th" '.ott.li.rt.... I'rof u A. Korrel I.a , ^ dopted hy th(, h,)lrtl
lit.,I years or e*|«rl«i.v In the Kbool | order to ho ,lromotei!
of Iowa and Ok lain una from all 01
which he corner highly recommended.
He Is th,- holder ot a life certificate to
teach in Oklahoma, a graduate of tho
Normal School for Oklahoma* and Iuh
In , 11 in normal Institute work during
both periods since 1899. He conducts
this year during the June period iu
Plot. l/Koy B. Greenfield nnd Miss
Mamie Rice are so well known to tlif
teachers and students that an intro-
duction is almost useless. Prof.
Greenfield graduate next year from the
university and Miss Rice from King
CREDITS AND GRADES.
Careful class records will be kept In
Teachers who attend the institute
sixteen days without having been|
tardy and prove that reading circle
work has been done may carry tliplr
90's from a third grade to a second
or from a second to a first.
Due credit for attendance and work
will be given by adding n certain per
cent to the general average.
All teachers will bo required to
In order to be promoted at tiie close
of the next year's work, a general
average of 8f per cent with no branch®
b- low per cent. 1.; repaired together
with an attendance of fifteen days.
Course of study... 15.
Lectures by leading educators.
Annual institute picnic.
New York July 12.—Holcombe Ward
aud Dwight F. Davlcs wop the middle
statos lawn tennis championship in
th edoubles today on the courts of the
Orange Lawn Tennis club at Mountain
Station. N. J. Their opponents weiie
Raymond D. Little and F. 11. Alexan
der. who put up a. Hashing, spirited
contest hut were outclassed by Ward
and Davis, who were especially strong
on their ground and over bond
es of the
inty In ir
•lets in which
\" '«d I
COFFEE OCT OF BUSINESS.
ly slaves and a higher profiti to the 1 nie are looking after the threshing of j
owners will he of 110 benefit to them, 'their crop of wheat on their farm'
The Cuban is like the leopord. He 1 sGUth'wcd of Seward. They report a \ hen iued:« n<> tail-, thty s- metim
cannot change bis spots; he may for good yield and a good quality. 8rn" ®'CK People away to jih :,.r ■
a time be hard working and honest! At the annual school meeting last j n'Me *or l,,e!' SometlmtH ii
but like the converted criminal who j Tuesday a levy of 15 mills were voted climate does it. but rnor- often th
; 1 .ugdt.in of iV (i:1s cojnty to look c.'
|ur some changes there. They were
1 hairman Murray of the republican
< I'Utral committee and Lee Walton.
! The gcueral impresaion of all the
. sitors. as w<dl a, of Governor Fer-
guson Ikeretary Grimes and the mem
hers of the redlstricting committee, Is
ti.at tU'- .piiutionjnent sh.^l be
, carried al«ng county lines as nearly af
©utbrte Savtnqe ffianh,
to^a^UfJUuL -?■*-<>r Meaner.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS /IT GUTHRIE SAVINGS BANK.
goes back to his crime or the i*e tor the coming school year also pro-
formed drunkard who returns to hls.vldiug tor a graded ::rhool iu Seward
cups he will degenerate and fifty years ' with Prof. J. II. Bowerso.\ as teach-
from now will likely witness the pa ler.
sing of the few loving, dreaming child- j \\ Clark who has lived on the
ren of the Antilles. Hart farm adojinlng Seward wor tho
————————— j past two years has rented the farm for
Stumblo 011 the mopei food to tak
and then get well
A lac!v in San Diego ttlis of a file*;
who itfr her home each Deci ijbi. 1
the past two winters, to tto to Ca!
fornla for her health. She say* "A
most all of her time was spent iu \i;
. on sixty days,
ury on account !
of the county 1
with the auditor
ion, needed by t
Ifrnwrlllni ■•><! llookkMplns
quickly %pqiiir*d 12 tralia<l prrfM*-
ori ion (rtudenta. 1'nantifal city.
li(X),')CD BailHog. Or.niu.um in d>.
™- - • - • Wrlto ro «
fiiiklncM Oollrje, Qalney,
AN IMPROPERLY IltD
BALE OF COTTON
1 It■ menace to •veryunr win h#nclie« it, in/1
K ■•hoit tints it Will be obsolete Tiir tie
thu*. olv«« the problrtu of c <ttoii baling is
" THE WIRE COTtON lit
Which cotrUiues tt*ntl i and durnbitify,
t.it and Ityiflity Ot application The'5
trr ndnnte-i 10 miy kinil of preti mi
®rc tTtadf from fry ou|:h and
•su'iulve «lt*l wor.ufnctuTed e«prci«Uy f"r
* the bv the Illinois Wi eCt. 'Ihrre
, ia atiftouitr'.v lipbrcakaBr and tli W.rr nrvct
. .* tlhrt. hel- e mor«d*niuV- The woe is rount,
4 therefore doea not cut the bigfiiiK or fibre
W Ol coil on. Write (o eeln. *uea and pn e ,
' WILLIA-M CHRISTIAN. Al.T.
l'S Main Street, iiouMou, loxoo.
• another year paying a (ash rent of , n* the doctor and sitting In a n
T. v- n ^ i $-00 for same. Mr. Clark Is one of our^ cj,a,f. U1U' washing the clock to note
lri0 K'nO YOil Hart! AiW3)fS Boagli I enterprising and wide awake farmers | 'K, ''()l^'lier next dose of medu ln
land the commissioners could not have
[done better than placing Mr. Clark In
charge of the farm another year.
' Dan Reven who has been at work
ovreseelng tho building of an elevator
- at Clencvoo for the past two. months
I was on our streets last Monday and
I). C. aud Steve Crosby left last
Sunday for Bloom, Colo'rado, where
they have positions with the Santa
POPULISTS TO NAME
A COMPLETE TICKET
According to statements given out
yesterday hy leading populists af the
county the central commtttee of the
party will meet on August 9, Saturday,
to complete arrangements for placing
a county ticket In the field. The re-
fusal of the democrats to recognize
th populists in a division of the offices
has been taken by the third party
leaders to mean that fusion la dead, so
far as this campaign is concerned and
separate action 1m there.ore ncessary.
In regard to the matter. Ex-8enator
F. S. Pulliam. the leader of the popu-
lists who walked out 01 the Saturday
caucus stated yesterday that the popu
lists mean business in thi movement
and the result will bo all that could j
be desired by tho third party people, j
Hi says the committee will arrang for
the placing of a third ticket in the I
field on August U.
RHINE VALLEY FLOOD
Citeva S\vr'tZ( I land, July l:\~The
floods In the Rhine valley are subsid
ing sonuwhat A number of bridge
piers have been tut down and the
dikes have been opened to allow the
freer passage of tne water, apd this
step has saved several villages which
wa.s threatened with inundation.
The postal service In the south of
France is carried on in boats.
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field to run n
to Oklahoma (
neet with tlm
V Alloy railroad.
Nervousness was her principal trout
and with others of kindred nature,
made life for her a burden.
On the occasion of her last visit.. 1
begged her to gfve ty the use of coffee,
and use Postnm Coffee. She replied
that she should not stop coffee. I said
no more at the time, but the next morn
ing at breakfast 1 passed her a fra
grant steaming cup of Postum making
It as it should be made. After that.
I had no more trouble and my friend
drank no more coffee. Hut the most
surprising part of the experience wa.-,
the change that soon came over her
We began to notice within loss than
a week. In less than a month her ner
vousness had leu her and In three
months, she was a new woman in face,
figure and health I had not dared r■;
hope for so much benefit, although I
had been greatly benefited myself by
Postum. but cottee to l.*: j-ystein u:•
simply poisonous, and I bellev,- this
is the cftso with many others. Sh • re-
turned to her hoi : in December and
was married w.thin less than two
months after She never falls to j;ive
credit lo Postum for her health and
thanks to me for teaching her to make
it properly,, nnd v,i li she may for
PoHtjnn has done for her what travi i.
d'etors and medicine failed to d"
Name given by Pos:um Co., Dai tie
\ • sit the con
and all those
the body. 1
that tlie req
will likely be In ses.
This becomes neces- :
the fact that many |
nks have not filed
ho required Inform a
p commission in tills j
instances It will b
• commissioners to
in order tto
OEO. H. 00080N, PRtS.
i ti era were written to \
ibtei'day. requesting tb
nired information be li
from nine lu the inorr
Topeka. Kans. Ju
it nation is be ginning
irovement. The Kan
. :i nearly four iin hen
on tho ham •
tiiat the damage wll
o time tomorrov
itreot railway bridge
as been ruined. T
A \ tmwm.
<gWS3L^ ' I
' ) \ • -A'
[ohoathau^. Now tli
Is iii the lead a
jfold to the Joll;
pics and notions
Have just rece
which we are selling:
calico, but the higlie*
IvOl SS' BARGAINS are in
Racket in every line«
io cent department i
Come to the Rack
les of Vire Crackers
iwn to business on
patterns of to yards each,
are not of the Cheap John
f merchandise. Our 5
replete with Bargains,
er and save monev.
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Greer, Frank H. The Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 74, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 19, 1902, newspaper, July 19, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth353211/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.