The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 215, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 31, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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,!TJ1Ema.AimWA PTATE CAPITA T. TTFPP.'T MCRVTXC. T>FC 31. l!Wf.
Hit STAlt C/.FIIAL
By The State Cup!t*« rrlntr ng liiirpaey
IQAMl n. iRrtft. f d /tor.
SUBSCRIPTION HA T CJjj.
DAIl-T. Onn yen l y "tall S® 00
DAILY, H'< month* b mail *24
DA11.Y. Thro* month* by m ill 171
1>A 1 l.Y, one month by mat SO
PAII.T. one w *k by narri tr 16
WKKKl.Y. One ywr 64
WKfcKLY. Biz month* *
evarr mi large * building u* Mr. How. 1! .
pictures In h.r im.iglii.tMun. 4
AMurod mweHseg ^re few. Mr Ho - [ f
•ell's plan la olio of tftose kind that ill T
[only succeed 1^ un'?«ful urging. \\ •• *"
, jare all Agreed that one religion wlfl 1
I .-. nffrt.'« TTiV world and flint the ltib..r J
mony of church f.ictlon* in one ot' ti: • I
'jburden* of tin- rausi- todu\ #
Time alone will tell to what extent I
the prejud: of t h • ! «•< ;>1«- < an be v- T
come and the i- uHlblllty of a unlven ti T
religion and church. 1
• • ••• v •**
MORE INDIAN LANDS
FOR WHITE OWNERSHIP
Oklahoma heartily favors the bill to
be Introduced In ■ • ngrern toy the Hon.
Charley Curl in. of Kans;is. which pro-
vide.* that the adult heirs of any de-
ceased Indiana to whom landH had been
allotted may sell the lan<fr--.
This would release a great deal of
land In the territory to white settle-
ment and cultivation an<I Is a good step
toward the final «-.id of opening all In-
dian lands l settlement.
There are over two and one half mil-
lions of acre® of Indians lands In Ok-
lahoma, besides the Indiana territory
hinds bordering onto the territory and
this hill will at once add to open set-
tlement nearly one million of acres, in
eluding allotments In the pew country,
or over six thousand quarter sections
to be settled and tilled and improved
by white citizens.
It is only a question of time until the
Indian will have reached that point
of civilization, where he may hold his
lands with the name rights n*< the while
settler, which meana that the entire
Indian country will be settled and Im-
proved as the remainder of the terrl*
As one of the step, toward the brlgh
promises of the future the bill to be in-
troduced by Congressman Hurt's hus
the approval of th- ] ple of Oklahoma
us a mejiBUie of great benefit as well
as one doing Justice to the Indians con-
There has been no end of laudatlo
for drover Cleveland's noble letter f
Friday accepting the Invitation to serv
on the standing committee to prom -t
arbitration in labor disputes, whi
was constituted by the recent ■ onfei
ence of prominent cupitallsts and lea i
ers of labor organl&itlons. It is it
garded a« a gr at oppoitunlty to ren
er valuable service to the country whi
is offered by this experiment and th
ex-prealdent could not do anythln
which would be more hea iiy welc irr
ed by the nation than t<< carry the bur
den of responsibility which '■ *.• b«
laid upon him. His response to thl
summons at a time whan ho is not on
ly seeking retl eirent. but la sufferln;
from Illness, shows anew the coniclcu
tluusness <>C the man.
A HOUSE FILL Ofl HEM.
All new bright and clean. Every
article a handsome "Christmas Gift,"
Until 1902 will be sold regardless of cost.
Have just added a new line of Jewelery
and Optical goods which will be sold
away below jewelers' prices.
EVERY ITEM GUARANTEED.
EAGLE DRUG STORE,
FDHARI) NICHOLS, Proprietor.
tmmmm mmwmmmmm mmmm
A BIG REDUCTION
For the next thirty days on all Drugs and Drug-
gists' Sundries while invoicing till Feb. 1st.
So now is your time to get your goods at a
Don't wait to find out what your
neighbor subscribe i to the r ilroad>.
You don't know his business and t
possible that he's In a hard row of
stump.*. Kvery man should be able to
judge for himself what he's able t >
give an I then give regard.ess of any-
I C. R. 52ENFU© DRiJCs CO.
Drugs, Druggists Sundries, etc.
Tr: 206 West Oklahoma Avenue
NHW EDITIONS Ol
OLD STANDARD NOVELISTS
Charles Rende to enjoy the hono
of a handsome reprint that i If th*-
pale shade • f hla once fierce spirit can
now be moved by any such tribute. J
The enormous circulation of recent
popular Actions seems to be educating
the public up to the point of reading
books that are worth while, for new
editions of our old standard novelists
have never been In great demand
The name; if Scott. Jane Austen.
Dickens. Thai k> ry, Trollope. (leori;<?
Eliot, and even writers of lean note
are happily still words to conjure with
Rejtde. for some cause which Is not
wholly clear, has suffered a parti.U
eclipse, although the !>••.•-1 of hi stories
have always found warm admirers
Of course, there can never be a
Charles ReaiJe cult, as there la a
George Meredith cult and a Ilenrv
James cult: R.-ado is too hopelessly
Intelligible and too aggreslvely Inter-
esting tn make tit* ■> hleVOment Of u:\-J
iff ' '.ind'i v enj . it:g on" el' hit
books a teat to be proud of.
Nevertheless, the man who takes ui>
today ' i he ''lo.ster and the Hearth' i
may well doubt whether a better his
torlcal novol Ins been written in th ■ !
last four decades, and may find reason i
to aaaert that In oomparlHon the "brll 1
Han Huccesse: " of recent years are. ?
George the Third aid of Shaketpcare
'aad stuff "
Just to prove that the press is doing
Its share to ad J glory to the career of
General Fred Kunston we mention the
fact that the weight at b.r'.h of his new J
boy has grown from .-even to thirteen
pounds since Its first annonuccment. j
A college professor only spelled -or
reetly S3 words otit of 100. He is an
authority on footbal., however# and
there la no danger of hiin loosing his
Modern explosives and whiskers are
dangerous when brought Into close
proximity, as will be noted rum the 1
number Santa t'laus fatalities tois
burg !••• the future eapital of «>k'ihoniu.
W eli. tin > v.- i i as much r> nr do .\ n
there In the >.hhI to hiilld a town .n any
Some Sensational Developments
in Homestead Contest
Here i.s one of Charley RirretiV. f.
swl| es In the Shawnee Herald: It • ; m
g< sled as «■in- r« i; hi why Soul > M> Al
:<«>tiie -if them have learned that or
Oklidmnia's si nI nl' s i man cannot rili
It his father s cnlllcnte to nr.ic. I. Vi
a I 'lie enforci I In Hie Indian Tirrit.
wnuld eumpel a wind lot < !' loub|«> ,
hood fellow s t<> begin bottlegi;i'>g oj
' handler I'ublh i t 'I'll Smilhw* st^ru
\lekap«.o country will, perhaps sum • .V
.■ . \| |-.red by mlr".-ralo«l.«tH IPs.> y,
idd looking stones ate \ery c mm 11 be-
we< n Wi iTaton and Lutht i ; he fng nl-
Klckauio ring maker, wlv
The men who say it's untu
"bone us'" for a railroad BUbsciipti
ihd then make their woid good, u
ilinply Illustrating the giuvl citizen
f th- whites cf that reghm weir.
:•-aill: ' I bmight lie- s11 r n iwh. r- . I
ti and tin lle\ r siunewhere 'n these Kick.
n|nh> woods. Plenty more the- \ but y iu
must tlnd it without me telling you where
The appointment of the new secre-
tary of the treasury has served th' p'r '
pose of press paragraphers in res a-w- 1
lug that (dd exclamation: Oh, Shaw!"
President Itoosoveit ga\«- tho Whiti
House one ti.e best t'hrl tin.i-e.^ it c •
had. He w as just as go. nrous w
his awards to Miles, M • lay, et al.
Tho okeene Kagle arla<
The Capital any* Jerc ...To
kirk, the onlv • alitor iu
that has no eminent. .1 on
truer Von an -N'mie
FINE CLAIM PLATTED
The Sam Murphy Farm Adjoining Okla-
homa Citj' on the West is the Cause
of a Big Scandal Among Federal
Office Holders of That City
State Capital Hureau. fllO Foii't'tnCi .--'t.
WASHINGTON 1 J. V... . ;o Se-
rious charges b .v. been , ['■•'• i d t i I <•
pr- .sident agulust Anton II I'iassen re-
ceiver of the land office a* .ti ih ".a
City, li 1> Shcir, clerk of th> tederjl
v>-urt and Sam Murphy, postma. ter «.f the
same town. Theae gcniP m. n are charged
with entering lit. a seh me |.% w..e h an
applicant for a homestead adjoining tikla-
i r rights by
in itf '•short-gras-" b:i ■ naid
• u.t that. If 1.. had 1 be hair
til. \ •' been th. -.line -V - Kll.lW
idiI the fort If hed no lv!r at
of affidavit.-* and t io
ri°es iiv.-r a declaloo
King Rdward wants a hospital fund
named after him. If President Roose-
velt keeps up his lick he will have a
grave yard fund named after him.
Several railroads are t . voluntarily !
advance wages on the first of the year. |
Thus Is capital gradually coming to |
agree with labor.
Hal Reld gave his wife to unoth ?•
fellow for a Christmas present. Think
how he must have loved that oth •
Pond Creek Vldett. : Sheriff P>f. r has
ordered hi laiior and all - f his .<■ n .ti- m to
shoot S-.l Temple .n the first -in res -if
tre ieMery. Snl is now safely lodi-. ,l lu
the (Sari;, i ! e.iunty jail, undi r the >-;igU:
<-\e i f Jnil. r Jul1 i ('annon <\u".ut. •
"cas bad cliarg" (>r the Jail here tor our
two vc.irs, new. entertaining from four
to tw.mly-on., prisoners at a time, nod not
one prisoner ha . ir ide his escape. If.' ha *
had I luirge id . ■ -111 • u! till moKt i i' ••
criminals In the country. Sheriff '' >• ♦ r
ENGLAND BARRED FROM
GRFAT AMERICAN SYNDICATE
It is truly flattering to our national
pride to have Kng i.-h pre s a knowl-
edge our industrial supremacy, but cv.-n
flattery gu s to perib us lengths w hen
It gravely argues, a the Sunday do-
patches sav the I. union Dally News
does, against the likelihood of the
United st 't••'■ taking Kt: :land In as a
member of the Am.-?!can union.
Rich its your Uncle Samuel is. he is
not yet ready to invite in all his poor
relations to make themselves at h one
In the front parol Nor has the aid
gentleman wholly lost his sense of
humor, and ' * will be immens. iy tleki
ed at the solemn arguments such as the
Hilton's "uu-atlable love of caste," t)
prove that, In spite of the terrible
temptation of Englishmen just now 10
belong to our nation they rea ly cannot
bring themselves to rub elbows wi'h
The News thinks they may come to it
In case of a "series of disasters." but
thk li otit I rely t > overrate Yankee ma*
As long as our . uuslns have anything
to put into tin ■ nmmon stock v
might consider the proposal to let ihe- 1
Into the Great Aine: m Syndic n • but
as bankdupts- -N. t on your linotype, j
The Kngllsh newspaper ponderously |
declares the project.-.! union, chart -
terlirtlcally fathered by Mr. Stead, to j
be "utterly Impossible
For our part, we consider it ut' v
impossible ev.-n to speak of the matur
DR. HOWELL'S PLAN TO
Borne people think the Hew ltichard
Lewis Howell, whose efforts re '" in-;
directed to erecting a universal house]
of prayer at Washington Is m • > <
ahead bf t h- t mes with his || 1
It Is hit ld< a t1 I• all in. 11 of all
sects shall be p: o\ 1 a pi ice of \v «r-
ship In common, with a view that all i
fn. tlons which divide Christianity nnv
disappear and that other re Iglons may
als.1 Join In a " World I'ninn '
To promote th s plan lie has issued a 1
magazine en ltl d the World Union m
which he sayt
The fensloll'ty of th^ pfn«ect i- - n-
r cvn u.v.\ ,n a M is r-t 1 ,•
onn pinnyannnally fr m cv.i;
tant ef the country would give us e io igh !
muncy to erect an edlfi. 1 . 1 ,d | r v ' l. r
itH manHg.ment. on a scab hfit-.no ufi
attsnftea snyw hon In thi • t
Mr. Howell hopes that the Jew ar■ I
the henthen will worship there as well
as the Christian, and that "the vast
non-churchg ng p pulation w 11 fin 1
Its home here and lavl-.h Its affection
He flgu es on contribution* of a dnl-
k lar on the ave>av-> from half the peopl-
In the Uhltt 1 • tates «1 h woul i mak ■
<nibi at J4o "OO.OOO, enoush to ''UiiJ
Well, that was about the only way
In the world that General Miles <*oul I
have gotten In Admiral l>e\\cy's tla
Holiday bargain prices are all t
rage. A Detroit girl has .-lied for $299 |
damages for breach of promise.
the interior <iepa
tract nf one hundred and sixty uci.s of
land, located itnm^diat. \ i irth .1 the
.Maywixid addition to Oklahoma (My io
I Sain Murphy, the poatma.-t. r at that
place. |*"or years a content was p. rding
t efore the local land ITIi and th de-
partment h're over this art:ci lar tract
of land. The litigants wer- \\ T Mc-
Michael. Sam Murp. \ r.nd It. S. lb it *1 ti.>
case was herd in the l eal land office
and a decision handed d .wn in favor of
Stun Murphy. An appt-ai was taken to
the general land office. In th« meantim.
Holt died, and Mr- ib.it employ*d an
attorney hy the nam. of ..'harb-s K
Kanscm was given full chaige cf the case.
When the contest was taken v\< in the
com mission i s office a d<".;i-m was about
to be prepared giving: Mrs. Holt the lan i
tumid to her people in New York state
i i knew nothing wa a. v.r of the trans-
iently far to disclose many irregularlto s
In connection with the i.elirated contest
over this tract of land. The records show
that Mr. Classen Is In possession of for-
ty acres adjoining the northwest section
of the Mayweed addition, which land was
embraced in the disputed claim, it has
iUso b i n . stubli. b.-d, beyond doubt, that
the rellmiulshm. nt of .Mis Iloit occurred
without h.r knowledge and that she did
not receive on dollar « f the minify paid
to her attOrnev. In the meantime, how-
ever. a patent has b- 11 issued to M . Mur-
phy alal the land plalt.-d .nto town Ids,
and some of it sold to private parties.
it appears froth the records thtia far
submitted that Postmaster Murrhv w is
not entitled to the hind . -••n |m«I Mrs.
Holt withdrawn from the < ntest and that
til award should lore hem nnule i . M.
T. McMi.hnel. who undoubtedly had a
prior right to Murphy.
It is probable that th>- Commissioner of
the g« n. ral land offb will te*-omnioi d the
KUinmary rem -sal of I 1 ss.mi, as well as
Post master Murpii., and 1' P. Hh a r.
el. rk to the district court t Oklahoma.
rit\. H will also recommend that the
att n:e\ v;. neral of th. l'nite«l States in-
t'titute nr miction in the federal courts to
- I ti- i lent mm .1 t i ' m M r,d
on the ground that the entry was secured
by fraud, committed in th< 1. •• i| land of-
llce and by tiie bribing of an attorney t.,r
i in- .f the litigants, lie will also r* <np-
inend th t Charles Ran: om. . pr.,.- ..I. I
against criminally 1.111I tx- disbarred from
practice before any of the courts in tin
When In Town Call for
Natural Process Beer.
it is t'ne mosf delicious Beer ever introduced
in the Territory.
Same Old Moses
For Sale ty Al! First-Class Bars.
AGAINST AIN ESTATE.
5 AIM 11 MALiiXEY IJECIN.-
i as her son, th.
ler services in
is Mm fs find
Special Dispatch to th< Stat
s. ' TI I MC.M.VRTKI!. !
Hock Island Railroad conn
ministrat< r .
ilme that Wilson
$500 are due her for
[tending him during
at the other money
by h.-r. Her claims
he probate court of
"Tb" Merchant of
it- 'i their breath
L'rand gowns worn
Is great play.
for a 1h«'i«niiin«aUb—>rilui
ry IClnd of Fu<l. I
th M. A
ASKING dAll FOR
i lie withdrawal of Mi - Holt from th
matter for M ir
ire the entrj wnlcl
I him 1^ the land f!; .. which
inn. al was no e.aln.-d
\ I.ondon i u
lening : aIIu
:o t tfry Pre
Alleged to Have Killed a Cattle-
man in Roger Mills County
img li mi
tiv all ... ....
rn.d of the d
r.-| r.:entatlvi- ot In r. bad dfapos. t
I .liR<d. S4d t),e t
per relinquish ng her i
to the property, and that A. II
I oft a • . had raised to
leather In til
\ o; t:i
I a Ik ab. ui
GRFAT M DlR'BilLllY, ICONOMY OF fUtl. FXCFLLCNCt 01 CONSIklC
IIM W0 MAI L Ml AL. PRIClS 10VUR f ti VN LVLH
1 \\ . Mi Murtrie and Sena
tor John It. Harrison of Cheyenne ai
in the city to petition Judge Hurford
idinit their client. Robert Higgins, t
The healing will coma up befon
Itigins is charge,i with the murder of
man. named Sears, last July,
rhe 1 rmer is a farmer and the troubl
between the two arose as a result < t
the free range law. that has proven thi
t -ntion in west side count
ii years. It is alleged ti
gins farm, destroying
I led and sar.< was kil
:ins was arrested and had his |
ury In ring shortly
was committed and has been 1>
ng in jail
Mrs. Higgins the wife or the accused
ilso in the cltv In connection wit
People are I
kt : idi
elebrate this N
He Now It > Permanent (iirl
F!K T PKI7.E
bO II MEDAL
bOl n M EDAL
L A15 IH
l \ POSITION
l C O.
II. A. I! \I' FNl:\ Till: rl.AINTIFF IN
I VtllY trAKIASD ' * t it \ II \N0 nHOl'.IIT ST F FI RAN0F Gl ARANTl FD
i "llis f^orSd's Best."
your Liver nod
d Ti r v « i re dr.
iii^ kviuptoias but
LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP
m i TH Mi \! i:.\ ri: i;. i i
f tho I
King time or holding
the tirst Moiiuav m March
mtier of each
lb Monday in M
> pi March and April and tiiHt Moiid
L>ecfniber At S nth Mi \
rst Monday tn January ami third M
Jay In April of each >
vt Atoka on second Moii.i«\
ind flrut Mond
All former orders of the court
filet With this order i ha«b>
liuj set JSidu
It tone* build* up nnd keep* th?
healthy cotiditiou and
and make vou tr ng and luluut
Uut Irj v
Write -r ('.dtatien PepattmeBt,
expiai-'Uii.' * ' -\ niptiiraa and receive
free ccuiidfntral advu e
TIKI IIIU «rDt« I^K (0«rt*T, r%(llaa*0|>, ?•••.
re he hits I
lor logan County
THE CAPITA! NA-
TIONAL UANSi, OP
GUTHRIE, OK LA.,
OFFI KS TO DFPOSx
ITOKS EVERY FA-
C I L I T Y W II I C II
BUSINESS AND RE-
SPO IV S I i I L I T Y
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