The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 80, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 23, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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TTTE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL. SATURDAY MORXTXO, .TTT,Y S3, innt.
LIE IS PASSED
Oklahoma County Commis-
sioners Hear Luther Case
LIQUOR LICENSE CASE
Remonstrators Allege Saloon j
Used Gambling Apparatus.
Harmon Assault Case
May Be Dropped
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City, Okla., July 22.—The
liquor license case of Albert Couch of
Luther, wherein he applied for renew-
al of license, the case was heard by
District Judge Burwell, the license was
granted, the remonstrants filed new in-
formation, and the case was then sent
back to the county commissioners for
rehearing, and which is now being
heard by the commissioners, is caus-
ing not a little stir. The additional
testimony offered by the remonstrants
was that there were gambling apparat
lis used in the saloon,
A PRINCE ENDORSES PE-Rl-NA
For Summer Colds, Coughs and All Catarrhal Ailments
who swore such
was the case. The remonstrators im-|
peached the truth and veracity of the
saloon men and their witnesses, and
the lie was passed several times this
morning in the taking of testimony.
The commissioners are yet working on
the case. Ledru Guthrie appears for
the defendants and Grant Stanley lor
KRESS TO SUPERVISE.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City, Okla., July 22.—C. W.
Kress, representing the firm of Kress
& Co., of New oYrk, has arrived here
and will personally supervise the erec-
tion of tlm. five-story building of th£
company to be put up on vVest Main
street. This is one of twenty-nine
stores owned by the company and sit-
uated in <yfTerent parts of the country
covering the most important commer-
cial points. Mr. Kress was agreeably
surprised at the size of Oklahoma City
and considers the company lucky in
selecting this place as one of their
ROCKWELL TO ST. LOUIS.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital
Oklahoma City, July 22.—Secretary
Rockwell of the Oklahoma City World's
Fair Affair went to St. lxmla this
morning to submit the new map he is
making of Oklahoma City to the
world's fair commission and interest
tho exposition company in it. Ho will
also contract for the work of making
DROP ASSAULT CASE.
Special Dispatch to tho State, Capital.
Oklahoma City, July 22.—The crim-
inal assault rase against the noted Hig
George Garrison and James Harmon,
two former Oklahoma City toughs,
wherein the girls Annie ami Lucy I'att
were the alleged victims will be well
remembered. The law was exerted In
Its fullest against the offenders, tho
girls being used as witnesses. The case
was never finished. It being continued
through some technical point. It is
now announced that the two girls
have been sent back to Holland and it
is intimated that the case will not be
prince jonah kalanianaole.
THE GREAT TEST OF A MEDICINE IS
. THE RESULT OBTAINED.
The Source of Catarrh Must be Reached
If It Is Cured— Pe-ru-n«
Catarrh Is slmi'ly'.i flabby oondltl
of tho mucous membranes This ilabl
nt-HS his been brought about by expont
to roM which Anally. depreaaea I
n.Tvr? supplying the mucous niembrai
Peruna operates immediately
str.-HKth.-n tb.'s.' nerv.-.- -^l glv.- tone
tn tho mucous membra no. t here
othor Internal catarrh remedy tin
proven effective In all 1
Tho most distinguish
United States have 11
lending their Influence
tine the people know <m un- virtue- <>t
Peruna. Nearly one-lmlf i peopl.
sr.- In some degree affected bv catarrh
Therefore It Is almost • national curs*
an«l it Is of national Infuort that the
people should know of Peruna.
men ot th<
ssist in let
X P:lnce Jonah Kalanlanftole. Delegate In Congress from Hawaii, in a re- +
+ cent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co-, says: ♦
* "I can cheerfully recommend your Peruna as a very effective remedy for *
i ""*• ,nd ,roub" "prince jonah kalanianaole. t
The Cause of Consumption Often a Com-
Nine cases of consumption out of ten
occur in this way:
A person catches cold. The cold Is not
properlv cured, and they quickly catch
another cold. This cold is dilly-dallied
with by no treatment, or sonic treut-
m.-nt that Is ineffectual and the cold
Then they catch another cold and
begin to cough. Then they take cough
syrups but they do no good.
By and by they got tired of tnklng
medicine and give up in despair. Their
cold continues; and their cough grows
worse. Then they apply , to a doctor and
only to find'that thoy are In the first
stages of consumption.
At any time during the prog-ess of
the catarrh, from the first onset of the
cold to Its final settlement tn the lungs.
Peruna can be relied upon to check the
progress of the catarrh. Sometimes
after a diagnosis of consumption hits
been made by competent physicians
Peruna has permanently cured. We
have testimonials from many people
who have been given up to die of con-
sumption. who cialm to have been cured
We do not recoihmend Peruna as a
consumption cure, but we do claim that
It will prevent consumption If taken
before the disease Is thoroughly estab-
lished. It Is only the cases of incipient
consumption that we feel confident that
Peruna will cure.
Pe-ru-na Cannot be Imitated.
Some things may be successfully Imi-
tated but Peruna ennnot lw. ICverv on.
purchasing Peruna should look out fo
Imitations. Examine each pftckai;.
carefullv. If you have ev.-r used Verona
nr ff you have over tast.d It. you are m
in "the ."lightest danger of hHng misled
bv thepe Imitations lnit all thoso be-
ginning the use of Peruna should be-
W Beware of Imitations Believe no one
who tells vou that he hn = n reme.1v ♦ hf t
Is making'the samo cures that Peruna Js
making. . , . ..
If you have anv doubt as to the genu
Inenews of the bottle of Peruna you nr.
using, write to Dr. TIartman and the
fraud. If there be any. will soon be de
a Presidential Condldate on the Popu
list Ticket Endorses Pe-ru-na.
Hon. John B. Weaver. <>f Colfa*. Ia.
n candidate for the presidency, on the
Populist ticket, writ's from the National
hotel. Washington. 1> C. as follows:
"I can unhesitatlngh recommend
your remedy, Peruna. f..r coughs, colds
and catarrh. I am Mitlsfied that It will
' > all vou claim for It." John B. Weaver.
A cold is the beginning of catarrh. It
ay cause catarrh of any of the Internal
organs—the head, throat, lungs and
stomach. A remedy that will cure a
cold, then, would cure all these different
effects of cold. Peruna is such a remedy.
We have letters from all over the United
States attesting to this fact. The poor
and rich alike use and recommend It.
Peronn cures catarrh wherever located.
Pertma Is not n guess nor an experiment
— it Is an absolute scientific certainty.
We have on file many thousand testi-
monials like the ones given We can
only give our readers slight glimpse
of the vast array of unsolicited endorse-
ments wo are receiving every month.
No other physician In the world has
received such a volume of enthusiastic
and grateful letters of thanks i
Hartman for Peruna.
Protest Signed by Many
Substantial - Persons
REPORTS ARE NOT TRUE!-
United States district court lor the
eastern district of Missouri in tho case
of Senator Joseph It. Burton of Kan-
sas, convicted in St. Louis of accept-
ing a fee for services before the post-
office department while a member of
the United States senate. Tho caso will
he reviewed by the United hiatus su-
preme court probably In the fall.
Anadarko Democrat Sold.
Special Dispatch to «h* Stat-- t'apilal
Anadarko, Okla.. July t. . -Win. l-'ogel-
song. of Dover, Okla . ban bought tlm
i i \v. iM) • Damooi it J W
Thompson who haa been .-l<n t- d super-
b-tit of schools, at Glenwood. Col.
Offhausen Case Is Said to Have'
No foundation in Fact and
an Investigation Shows
Speaking of Quality!
Just Opon a
Rural Free Delivery.
Special Dispatch to the Stat.- Capital.
Washington, July 22— Rural free de-
livery service has been ordered estab-
lished August 15, as follows:
Oklahoma—Lexington, Cleveland coun-
1> ; length of route 22 miles; population
b< i v ed, l«0. Weatherford. Custer county,
additional service; length of route . i'fi
c.piare miles; population served. 452,
New routes will also be established
September 1 at Comanche, Chickasaw na-
tion I. T. The length of the routes will
be B:$ miles, and a population of 872 will
IS IN PAVING
This Is What Driller Says
of Spencer Coal
TO SINK HOLE DEEPER
mad.* In the rural carrier : •"e
hotna—Avoca, Edward J. Gilpin
Charles W. VUllnes, substitute;
Wm. M Childers, carrier. Robt.
substitute; Ingersoll, II. M. Storey,
carrier. II. C. Latham, substitute; Sny-
der. Edgar Owen, carrier. Myrtle I. Tlh-
betts. substitute; Temple, Thomas Lewis
and John Rice, carriers, Clarence (Mof-
fett and Renjamln A. Nelly, substitutes;
Walter, Luther A. Roory, carrier, Bdwln
C McCall. substitute; Watonga. Floyd II.
Fry, carrier. Era J. Fry, substitute.
Killed on Arkansas River Ferry.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Ponca City. Okla.. July 22—Richard
Tlurlnger. formerly of Tazewell county. Hi.
was instantly killeti today while working
on the ferry across the Arkansas river.
He was winding a heavy cable, when it
suddenly snapped and one end, flying
backward, struck him and . broke ids
Prospectors Hope to Find Oil or
Gas Below Four-Foot Coal
Vein-Coal Is Similar to
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Spencer, Okla., July 22.—When the an-
nouncement was made yesterday that
coal had been found at Spencer, it was a
question whether It would be in paying
Muantities. This was settled today when
Mr. Uiviek, who is doing the drilling, an-
nounced that the vein was muro than
four feet In thickness and that tho sup-
ply would be great eno.ugh to furnish
fuel for years to come. The Citizens Oil,
Gas and Fuel company of Oklahoma City
was organised last winter with the ob-
ject of ascertaining whether there was
oil or gas in this vicinity and on the
advice of experts tho first drilling was
made near Spencer. The workmen had
bad luck with the drilling apparatus, los-
ing some machinery In one of the holes.
This Indirectly lead to the rinding of
the coal vein. The former hole was
abandoned and, procuring another drill,
the workmen began boring near the
first place. Before reaching the coal the
drill passed through a twenty-five vein
of whitish sandstone. Immediately after
this was passed the drill went through
the vein of coal.
From a geographical standpoint it is
plausible that coal exists at Spencer in
jiaying quantities. When coal was first
discovered at South McAlester the pros-
pectors drilled through sandstone •similar
to that found at Spencer. 1'tider this
vein of sandstone was discovered the
coal that now gives South McAlester an
inexhaustible supply of fuel. South Mc-
Alester Is 700 feet about the sea level, or
500 feet lower than Oklahoma City. The
coal at South McAlester crops out west
of the city and tho stratum extends In a
found at that city. At any rate. Mr.
Hivlck declares the supply of coal found
at Spencer will meet all demands, and la
of the finest quality west of Pennsylvania.
The drilling will be continued, and work
will be begun at once on the erection of
coal hoisting apparatus.
A meeting of the directors of the Citi-
zens Gas, Oil Water and Fuel company-
was held this morning and accepted the
report of Mr. Hivlck, who is doing the
drilling. Work will be continued and
the drill will be sunk farther in the hopes
of finding the gas or oil that Is usually
found tinder the coal veins in this coun-
try. Samples of the coal found were
brought to the surface, hut In such small
pieces that Is could not be properly
judged, as there Is no way yet to bring it
up except on the point of the drill, and
It Is broken In small pieces. Tho drill Is
now through the coal vein Into a soft
clay formation. The samples of coal
taken out are between a hard and soft
coal, and is far superior to that found
in the South McAlester district.
While the oil prospecting will ho con-
tinued. the coal vein will be developed,
and work will be begun shortly In erect-
ing hoisting apparatus and digging the
shaft for taking out the coal.
falling condition. He was held in ea
case. He was required to give a total
$15,000 bond In the different cases against
Fine Hotel for South McAlester.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
South McAlester. Jul\ 2 J —Tho last
block of stock of the 1100,000 capital of
the Rushy hotel company was taken to-
day and work will begin at once on the
erection of a 100-room hotel in South
McAlester. The controlling stock
owned by William Busby, the coal k!
and the remainder is held locally. The
•ompany will build the finest hotel be-
tween Kansas City and Dallas.
Dr. Nisbett is Defeated.
Special Dispatch to the Stat" Capital.
Patents to Choctaw Land.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
South McAlester. I. T.. uly 22.—Gov.
Green McCurtain has been otifiod by tho
Dawes commission that the delivery of
the patents to Choctaw lands at South
McAlester has been approved, and that
tho patents would he sent here at once.
Gov. McCurtain wrote the commission a
few .lavs ago to send the patents to South
McAlester, and if the patents are correct
he will sign tb.-m and deliver to Individ-
ual allottees. The patents for the Chick-
asaw nation will also be sent hero. Gov.
Moselev of tho Chickasaw nation and
Gov McCurtain of the Choctaw nation
will hold a Joint meeting here In a tew
days for the purpose of taking action r«i-
to approving and signing the pat-
Heavy Rain Helps.
Special Dispatch to the* 3tni? Cnpltai.
Tecumseh. Okla. July 22 A heavy rain
fell here yesterday afternoon and It Is
still raining lightly. This rain Insures
the largest crop In the history of the
county and the farmers and business
men are Jubilant over the prospect. '
acreage Is large and with, conditions
thev are at presoijt. there should be
plenty of money In the county at tho
close of tho season. The farms are
gradually getting into better shape, high
prices* last fell enabled them to pay off
many mortgages and a large crop this
season should set them on their feet
The fruit crop Is very short; there will
be a very few poaches and some apples
but both are scarce.
Taking .Citv Census.
Special Dispatch to the Stat Capital
Muskogee. I. T.. July 22. —Enumerators
are now at work taking a census of the
citv. and their work reveals the fact
that in manv instances two and three
families are living In two and three-room
houses. At one little two-room house
yesterday, eleven persons were found, and
there is no remedy for this Although
new houses are going up all the time, the
demand is so great that a vacant resi-
dence .ennnot be found, and It is neces-
sary that two and three families live In
umseh. Okln , July 22 — Dr. Nisbett
of this county, who formerly represented
then county in the territorial legislat
was defuV'd yesterday In the conven-
tion at /Norman, for councilman from
the counties of Pottawatomie and Clev
land. The selection of Mr. Crawley of
Norman is very satisfactory to the people
of this county.
Spoi l,!i Dispatch to the 8tato Cupltal. |
Norman, Okl.i., July 22.—The people of
rorman are in sympathy with the man ;
agemont of the oklahoma sanitarium In
the (barge* that have recently been pub-
lished .gainst the Institution in th< Kan-|
«lty journal and Oklahoma City I
Oklahiiman. A protest was sent, to the I
today by the business men of this I
city to the number of about one hundred. j
Among the signers of the protest wer. S. :
McCall lV Co., .Miller & Xllntoer, Mo-
il <J11 • IsIcr. Andrew Kiukald Co.. Nor-
>11 M. & G. Co. M P. Rrockett. D. N*.
•ish. || w Stubbcman. J. J Murk-.
Ilullum \ Taylor, j. n MeGuirc. \v p.
Mayfield, c 11. Ressent. W N Ruck. r.
\V. G Llnds.-y, J <}. Llndsey. First Na-
tional Rank. City National Rank, L. Ren-
ner & Co., One hundred others.
The protest was as follows;
"In today's' Oklahomau an article np-*
pears un.br a Guthrie ditto line pur-
porting to give some statements made
by one A. <'. Offhausen to the effect
that his wife, an inmate of the Okla-
homa Sanitarium, had been cruelly treat-
ed by the attendants and management.
badlj boused and* badly (M to such an
extent as to endanger her life. We be-
lieve such statements to be utterly with-
out foundation and as merchants, busi-
ness men and citizens of Norman desire
fulness of the management in their
ment of the inmates. Especially do we 1
denounce as utterly and maliciously fa! • 1
that part of said article which endeavors
to make it appear that the business in* ti |
and citizens of Norman declare tho in-
stitution a disgrace to the town and terri
tory and that we are sick and tired of
It. The very opposite is the truth W<-
regard It as an honor and a credit to Up-
town and the territory; that it is all such
n institution can or should be; that its
management commands the respect and
steem of all; that the care. food, bedding,
lothlng and treatment are such as .to
secure only tho highest credit from every
conversant with them. The Okla-
homau has a large circulation In this
city and locality and we do not believe
it would not wilfully misrepresent condi-
tions and would request that it make a
full and complete Investigation of this
)khausen case that Justice may be done
o all concerned. Such an investigation
will prove, we are certain, that Mrs Off -
hausen was not cruelly treated; was not
In nn enfeebled condition when she left
the asylum; was not badly housed and
badly fed and her husband did not play
the detective, as he claims to have done.
In fact hardlv one of Ills assertions can
be substantiated by the facts."
DR. HAMILTON'S INVESTIGATION
Dr. Hamilton, a member of the com-
mittee who Investigated the Sanitarium
and reported to Governor Ferguson said
"The first tiling I heard of the off-
hausen affair, was when I read It in the
paper I was in Norman on that day,
mid went immediately to Investigate. I
inquired of the patients I questioned the
phvsiclans and superintendent of the In-
stitution. and inmates who are not in-
sane, and 1 find that the report sent out to
the newspapers, is an absolute fabrica-
tion. and no truth in It at all. So far as
ill treatment is concerned. I ascertained
from the inmates and others of the In-
stitution that nothing of tho kind has
Dr Hamilton further stated that Mr.
Offhausen placed his wife in the sani-
tarium for private treatment, and he had
to nay the e xpense of the tr
There's where the
• 111 y argument
comet, in—it's in every
bottle or Re* that
I btarathr Wiener label
| Order Wiener fot the
e of jour health
i the health of your
I family. Kvtrjr bottlr
( Non Intox) Tonic
I ValBlatz llrnv.Co.
J. R. BLAIR,
Wholesale Agt ,
2 W. Grand Ave
I Oklahoma City,Ok
THB SWEET SOUNDS •
of mu«lc have a peculiar charm for
us No home Is ever complete Without
, musicil Instruments of souu- kind,
i They exercise considerable # Influence
| over our temperament.
Our dtore'wlll provide you with any
Pianos, mandolins, -guitars, banjos,
I flutes, cornetH, trombones, Eithers,*
etc., are among our many "musical
} charms." •
You can buy these Instruments here
, as low as any other store and we guar-
antee every instrument wo sell as be-
I lug just us warranted.
E. H. KNAUSS,
I A WORK ON ♦
Mrs. Edward Jennings,
PIANO, HARMONY AND REED ORGAN
Call at 510 E. Logan Ave
Phono No. 685.
IN TllltEB I'A UTS
My J. P. Cummins.
A Methodist Conference In Anadarko;
Special Dispatch to the Stnte Capital.
Anadarko, Okla.. July '22.—The M. !•;.
church conference of the El Reno district
Convened hero today. The sessions were
largely attended In Randlett park, wm
of here. T. C. Coup, C. Ft." Morgan, J.
H. AValke, J. Y. Callahan, B. V. Watson.
L. TI. Anderson. V StofT. W. W. Webb,
and I. N. Smith were licensed to preach.
New Postmaster Appointed.
Special Dispatch to the S'ate Capital.
Washington, July 22.—The following
postmasters have been appointed"*.
Indian Territory Maysville, District 17.
Albert P. Cash, vice J. H. Mays, re-
Oklahoma—Glencoe, Payne county, P.
R. Vandanant, vice J. 11. Williams, re-
Gamblers End Game with Fight.
Special Dispatch to the State Cnpit il.
Tahlequah, I. T July 'I'l In a Rambling
game taht resulted in a tight. Bill
langley cut Tom Finley with a pocket
knife and it is fe.-m-l the latter will di>.
He was cut in six or seven places, and all
the wounds being deep. 1-ingley is un-
TOWNSITE FUND PAYMENT
Instructions to Indian Agent as to
Enrollment Preliminary to
Distribution of Proceeds
Sure Death to Cockroaches
You can swoop up dead cockroaohos by tho panful
any morning. If at night you use
STEARNS' ELECTRIC RAT AND ROACH PASTE
This is the only guaranteed exterminator for cockroaches, water bugs,
bed bugs, etc. It drives rats and mice out of doors to die.
Small Size, 25 cents, hotel Size, eight times the quantity, $1.00.
13 All dealers sell It, or sent express prepaid on receipt ot price.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Tribune Bldg., Chicago, III.
For Sale by F. B. Lillie & Co.
The First Indian Territory Precincts.
Special Dispatch to the State t'uplt.il.
Eufaula. I T.. July "-The first voting
precinct" ever established in the Indian
Territory preparatory to county organi?.-
ntlon have Just been outlined by J L.
Rrown. Charles Gibson and C. S Wilcox.
Eufaula members of the Creek nation re-
publican central committee The territory
which has been divided into precincts
comprises all that part of the Twelfth
district situated In the Oeek nation. The
entire Creek nation is to be divided into
precincts by members of the republi-
can central committee.
The Enid Cashier Held In $15 000 Bond.
Special Dispatch to the Stat" fnpltal
Enid, July L'" -II. Y Watkins, en shier
of the Citizens bank, which failed rcc<
ly. was arraigned today and held under
bond of ffi.nnt) for his appearance m the
next term of the district court, letter
he was arrested several times on Infor-
mation accusing him of receiving depos
1 ta knew the bank was la s
IT IS TIHE
to think of getting In coal for the winter
You'll save money by buying now; coal 1
is usually cheaper In the summer- surely
ts at m.v place. It Is cleaner, more sat - |
isfactory In every way. I am ready to )
till \ our orders at any time. I do It so j
inletlv that you'd never know it hud hap- |
pencil but for the great big money's worth j
you'll have. In your bin. No trouble, no
annoyance. Come and order what you 1
N. F. CHEADLE,
Phone 1 he Coal Man
n wanted the Institu-
tion to look to the territory for their
pav but he was informed that bis wife
had' never been adjudged insane by the
Insanity board of the territory and the
territory would therefore not stand the
expense. The territory had nothing to do
with her case, and sne like manv other
inates, was simply being treated there,
at any hospital, by private persons,
and the private persons' expense.
TO BE EXAMINED
The report which was submitted to Gov-
ernor Ferguson "yesterday contained noth-
ing In regard 1o the Offhausen case, as
they did not know of It when they made
the report, and would not consider it un-
til requested by the governor.
Tho governor yesterday asked that a
/luther Investigation be made and a re-
port filed which will be done in a few
Mr. Offhausen, who haa Just returned
from Norman, with his wife, who has
been an Inmate of the sanitarium for the .
past month, stated yesterday that the I
sanitarium was in a very bad condition
and the .patients given poor treatment.
•I received a letter." said Mr. Offhaus-
en "from the physicians there stating that
my wife's codditlon wns incurable and
that she was petting worse The next
d.iv I received a letter smuggled out of
the sanitarium by my wife which stated
that she was much better and that she
wanted mo to net her out of thb sanl-
tarlnm *1 went down immediately, and
found her Imprisoned In the atfnex to the
sanitarium—a little wood shed, which was
wndoiibtedlv hot. and from which such a
st.-nch Issued that 1 was unable to stand
It long. She had been placed between two
raving women, and from her stories, she
bad been treated in a heathenish man-
ner without cure and attention. I have
received manv letters from residents of
Norman, bearing out iny wife's state-
ment.-. and from what I saw, when I
.-ailed unexpectedly, was enough to make
ray blood boll. If she had been in a per-
fectly sane state of mind,
CHILDREN A SPECIALTY
and is one of the
|ve books ever written on this sub-
ject. It Is the only work that we
have ever examined on Masonry
that treats exclusively on the or-
igin. f|/read and object of Pree-
Mnsonry, and it will pay any Free-
Mason to read It that wanta Infor-
mation on these propositions. It
will pay any person to read this
h.tok that lias any desire to be-
come a member of the order.
Beautifully bound In silk cloth.
The Grand Secretary Endorses It
The M W. Grand T,odge A. F. &
A M . of Oklahoma, Office of
James S. Hunt, R. W.. Grand
Secretary, Stillwater, Okla., Mar
To Whom It May Concern:
1 take pleasure In stAtlng thau .
I have examined a copy of the ^
book entitled "Freemasonry; Its
origin. Spread and Object," writ-
ten bv Rro J f. Cummins, of
Kingfisher, this territory, and c*n
recommend It as containing much
valuable Information upon tho
subject that It professes to handle.
It Is Interesting and entertain-
ing and shows much labor and re-
search on the part of the author.
J. R. HUNT,
This book can bp had, post-
paid by sending $1.26 to F. II.
Greer, of the Guthrie State Cap- .
ltal, or J. P. Cummlna, of King- '4
G. W. BRUCE
BOOKKEEPER A\P ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2, 3 and 4 Bamford Build"
lno> Guthrie, O- T.
Special attention given to the
examination of courfty records and
bioks of a mercantile charaoter.
References — Board of county
• eommlieionera. Logan countyj
Board of county commissioners.
Dewey county; Board of county
compnlsslcners, Blaine count* any
bank In Guthrie.
the hamilton statehood
We have In pamphlet form the
Hamilton Statehood bill, aa It
passed the lower House of
Congress. We have also put
|n this pamphlet the Okla-
homa Republican platform.
When paesed we will also put In
the democratic platform. Thus you
can have—in one book—the State-
hood bill and both party platforma
thereon, making a handy campaign
Statehood document. • Price, post
paid, 2r> cenu.—The State Capital
, Co., Guthrie, Okla. ♦
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
South McAlester, I. T., July 22.—Hon!
Blair Schoe11f.lt. United Slates Indian
ag.-nt, bss laauid* the following Inslru^
tlons relative to enrolling Choctaw ajid
Chickasaw Indians for payment of the
To be enrolled—All Choctaw and Chick-
asaw Indians whose enrollment has Ti.-en
approved, such payrolls to be prepared
without reference to olslias that may
now be pending.
These payrolls will be made up from
the schedule and census cards prepared"
by the .commission to tin- Bye civilised
tribes whose .enrollment has been ap-
proved by the secretary of the Interior.
Amounts due to Indians whose names
appear upon approved schedules and who
have died since September, 25. 1902, who
have not received their prorata will be
paid to their legal representatives.
The payrolls will be prepared as far as
practicable by family groups, the head of
the family being enrolled first, follow.- I
by his wife and minor child
Before the shares of minors or de-
censed persons will be paid It will he
necessary that the person receiving said
Shares ■ball furnish certified copy of let-
ters of guardianship or administration,
aa the case may be
All payments will 1" made by clicks
drawn on the ns-dstarit treasurer of the
United States, and payable to the order
and placed directly In the hands of the
persons entitled to receive them, l'.iw.-y
of attorney or an order given by an In-
dian to another person will not bo recog-
.. treatment would haxe unbalanced
h.-r 1 think that an institution of that
kind should be run by the territory and
not left to speculators."
BUKTOIN WINS POINT
i shares he Is entitled
UNITED 8TTAES SUPREME COURT
TO .REVIEW CASE. .
Washington, July 22.—Justice Brnw-
pf, of the United States supreme court
has granted a writ of error to the
Costs 10 cents and equals Jo cents
worth ot any other kind ot bluing.
Won't Spill or4 Break
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DIRECTIONS FOR U®Ex
around in the Water. 1
At all wise Grocers.
RAILIROAD ADVERTISING bgkg 1
L()W RATES ON FRISCO vbgkqbg
Louisiana Purchase Exposition
eWorld's Fair, April 30th .to November
For the above occasion the Frisco
system will make the following low
Season ticket*, rale $25.55. Dates of
sale, dally until November 15. Final!
limit December 15, 3904.
Sixty day tickets, rate 121.30. Dales
of sale dally until November 20th,
limited 60 days from date of sale, but)
not later than December 15, 1904.
Fifteen day tickets. Rate *17.95. j
Dates of sale dally until November 30.
Final limit 15 days from date of.sale
but not later, than December 5, 1904.
This limit permits tickets to b«. hon-
ored, on tho 15th day from dato of
Coach excursion. Rate $11.20. Date of
sale July 23. Limited to 7 days from
date of sale.
'Eureka Springs, Ark. Rate $11.50.
Date's of sale daily, limited to 90 days
from dato of sale.
Boston, Mass. National Encampment
O. A. R. Rate $39.95. Dates, of sale
August 11, 12 and 13. Limited to Aug-
Chicago. Ill* $2< .30, DfttM of sale,
dally to September 30." "Limited to Oct-
Any further information relative to
above, time of trains, etc., cheerfully
M. V. WALSH,
C. W. STRAIN.
D. P. A. Wichita,
The "Katy Fair Ppeeta.1" leaves St.
T/tuIs at 9:ir a. m ; "The Katy Flyer"
at S *2 p. m. daily. Them aro good
train* to Texas, and equally good for
nnyone coming to St. L*>uls from tin
Southwest. The "Katy Fair Special
Arrives at St Ixmla at 6 30 p. m.. glvr
Ing a daylight ride through "Ol.l Miz
Boura:" "The Katy Flyer' at 7:27 a.m.
Would you like my picture in water
color effect, tlve color3?
Send 14 centa to
ST. LOUIS, MO.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 80, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 23, 1904, newspaper, July 23, 1904; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc125525/m1/3/: accessed January 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.