The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 270, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATI". CAPITAL TlMRSnAY MOI1N1NO, MAI!( H •?. i«.V5.
MAY NOT DIE
Young Girl is Ravished at
HER UNCLE IS IN JAIL
Emil Walter, a German, Chorgeil
Willi the C^ime, Shows Signs
Ticket is Named
Special Dispatch «« the State Capital.
Oklahoma City. Mar Kmil Walter, aj
Oerman. Is in tho county Jail chergid'
with the crime of'ravishing Ids little 1 -
year-old niece, Freda Walter. The lltt'ej
Kit! veMerdny evening after 'insti.-.
teMfUl attempt made by her unci:-, told'
her story to the police and Walter wasj _ ®
Immediate! v llTNUd and put In Mi1 ! j" • H** ^ 'i ' U " "~i •'
: Harper • t Um tmlveraltj ..r cbkifo pan- u th<
When he Rot into the r«ll he began to'ed t}ie moit favorable day sintv hU op- j
show signs of bu>;.nity and continued Injcratlon. jds tempt-latin.- md pulst
that condition. The little giil said that j practically normal, n. t
JF5W. MSlLLIAH Jr*. HAJ2PE&
)ic had icpcit<-ill> attempted « i take ..ti
vantage / hei. Fli * thought n was not
light and resente I hi1- advaa • V- -
let day evening she •'-aid he tol l her if
*he did not yield to him he would kill her
nnd her mother both Tliev we® ill
auylufc in the fame house.
Emmett Has Large Margin.
Special Dispatch to .State Capital.
Oklahoma City. Mar. I In th- :t.itch-
ed pool game between FriiiK Kmmrti. of
this city, and F. E. Thaeker. of Dalhe-
fox. tho run last nigit ron rh> 1 a total
of 40ti for Kmmett and J 7 for Tha-Ker,
the latter showing fp In much better
fonn laxt night than th previous night.
The name will be concluded tonlgiit, and
vnlesa the Texan man shows up much
beti«r than he has tne first two nights,
llmmett'a will be i.p e;i.*y victory.
MOTHER AT MUSKOGEE
NAPOLEON FEROt"SOX f ARR1KD AN
Special Dispatch \o the State Capital. '
Oklahoma City, Mar. 1.—The # negro.
Naftoleon Ferguson, who was killed yes-
terday by 81 Nixon at tlie laltet s saloon,
lias a mother living at Muskogee by name
of Km ma Hunter. The dead man belong-
ed to the Harrison Mutual Burial assocl- |
«tlon in this city, and also carried an i
Hurunce policy for $M0 made out to hls|
mother. The mother has been notified
1 pain ti.mi his wound. According to th"
a;tending physician. in Frank IJ.11Ij.k- ,
the time u.^slgnbd for his sta> at the
Saturday Will be a Big Busy
Day in Washington
SESSION OE SENATE
Ceremony is to be Imposing in
the lixtreme anil There'Will
be Much Pomp and Clr- *
• cumstance to it
. tday c
a lion has I'd tin- jViy^li
U more confident of. hi* ybilitv <"
ougli IJirr rltical jm,i ii>«i# "f ui«
a nn>n(l. •
Altoon i. Pa.. June 20, 1903.
I w is afljjeted with Tetter in ba.l shape.
It would appctr in blotchesa-. large as tnv
hand, a yellowish color, ami scale oil
You can imagine how * fT* nsive it was
For twelve years I was, afflicted with this
trouble. At night it was a case of scratch
' and man}' times no real u ail. Seeing the1
go«Kl the medicine was dome, a friernl
who was taking it for 1 .c etna, I com-
menced it, ami as a result th-? emotion l e-
gan to dry up and disappe ar, and lo-day
1 atn practically a well man Only two
tinv spots are left on the ePsnv ami shin,
where once the whol- l*nk w.n> affected.
I have every Confidence in ti. medicine,
and feci sure that in a short time these
two remaining sp"t-. will disappear.
S. S. S. is certainly a great blood puri-
fier, and has done in. a TvrM of good.
I iTtt grateful for what it has accom-
plislietf, and*trust that wlnt I li u said
will lead others who an- • nnilarly afflict-
ed to take the rented v and obtain the
same tjood results that I havt.
125 Hast Fifth Ave. Jos; . I*. I.i.ar,,
1.1 1 While washes, soaps, salves and |K>wders
relieve temporarily, they do not reach the
real cause of the disca <.*. Tlu blood must
t pfm • Ik,11 purified before tho cute i* permanent.
... S.S.S. contains no potash, arsenic or mlh-
eral of any description, but is guaranteed
Send tor ovr b ok
011 the skin and its
diseases, which rs
tu tiled free. Onr
pit ysiriaus will
any who write us
about their case.
™«E HALF OUR liLS AREGATARRH.
Favis and l-igures Concern-
ing the Territory
New York Financial Journal Pub-
lishes ihe.Siory ol Oklahoma
as Prei ared hy an Oklahoma
I xpert in Finances
Ihp Swift Specific Ccmpanv. Atlanta, tia
temj c r* rtf the - nat
gavel nnd a.monnee
it- is HjJ'iurned, si
will then a dull nit Pet
vice-president-* - A .nd tep down ft in
the platform, handing the gavel to Mr
Fairbanks, who in turn will call the a*
st-inblage to order and after prayer >>:
tin* hap!.on will d liver his InatiRnra
address. This «ill he bfh f and will re
for only to the senate, ignoring attogeth
er the*|nomentous quention* <>f state. Mr
Fairbanks will tinea administer the oalh J A
of off ice t< the s •mitors-elect. after | will 1^- Immortal
widt h the entire body having the prvli-jthe "vcond
lege of the Hoor will proceed in the order 1 I'>" General .1 Stnai
glvi-n above to th^ rotunda ..•the < apl-j will in.hide a bugle
tol. and from thence to the temporary■; Mi'-higa't. a repres.
amphitheatre caw ti tu ted at th# «a-i en* I Spanish w^r Vetsran
tra.tce. Cppn coming out into th. open j Maccnber and oii
thi^art.v will be w. l omed with son,; ' «.'• masatioiTin
ijy a ehoriiH of ^etween live and six bun- ••■•id division, wili in. I
1I1 1 voice?- a new departure in inangu-1 vertlse i
a. l:.; Peuna A
,* March 1 —Wit!
Roosevelt will llav
p\ ill ha* ■ b«
er, of Yale university, has composed a | m.
hotal entitled Tnion and Liiierty. and - in
«y of Mr. Percy S. Foster, he
of the committee on music a.id vu
of the choi 11 .Hr. Parker wilt In
reels of W.i bins ton huve doniie 1 j,|l|# n ti,, rf.nd|ti0., )n, , ... s..
holiday attire, temporary r-tands L-opi|>osltlon entitled V " Flai; e\
• may be reviewed , on,. v written by I't.•: r,.n-
1 State Capital Bnr
few ..lays Preside
j been inaugurated
~ I Tlie
Htui will probably arrive here tonight and,'1""1 *lllrl'
attend the funeral tomorrow
The evidence adduced at the coroner's • ''rywhere, and all is i" a<i> for the cel. - |)an,|
Inquest yesterday evening nhowed thst j mony and Its ^ .-lebr.ttlou. a ,,,,
the negro had attempted to be Intimate President Roosevelt wi.l
w ith the llttl<* B-year-old daughter of j white house between lO.JIo
jlr Nlxori. Two witnesses swore that o'clock ."v'nday inoruiuK
they hail caught the negro in the act. The '•>' a detachment of army v
father was informed by telephone of what; famous rough ridt-is, ^Ith whom M>-!arm.s of ti,- sen.i
liad ltappened. Ferguson left Nixon's RooseVclt served in#th. Spanish war I . nf 11.< |
house In the forenoon yeaterday Jujt I Uquadron A nf New York Clt> . and the[ itiu.i th • piesld.
after he had attempted to ravish the lit- eongn s.-ional committee 011 arrangement.- . , ., >,,■ .
* tie girl and went to Nixon's saloon. Then "composed of Senators Spootn r. Aldrh bl , iKi,, • diplo
It was the trouble occurred In win. h. h.,,] Bacon and Representatives Dalsell
"Nixon Allot Ferguson dead afier the l it- 1 'rumpa* k. r n# ,l< Sh.m . Willi..n >
ter had tried to shoot Nixon. The jury . miniai • p. <i ••• ,1 will ].r il
# was out only'about three minutes and re.; ,|mvu pcjmsylvani.. a t:
lurncd a y. 1 df-t St hat exon-iated Nix-ui.
OF*TH u '
Oklahoma miles and all
ion ha\ .• !. w« r miles *
Ulan Oklahoma. The total railroad ti
j.l I lie In
llhode island. l cl
f Oklahoma h
lis!•1110in , 1 inainl,
mmI n p 1 -eil m 1 «>r ^
ti p, odu< Is of wli " "
ml otht i- tut in Arodueta natural to
f the su
platform the- prcsl-
t reserved for him at
and. with t'hief Jus-,
court ot' the I'nited
and the sergeant-at-
in his left. The otht r j
y will lx-
a.led by the repu
rd university, the
their red mortar
w.is. High fho.i
i«ry state In the 1
s divhion. which
V\*>iM.\ - . ul'-ts
oodn-.en of A merit
m the junior orde
In- ,t- valsolion of .taxable pt
\V lr o\< r- and the trur
^ of all ptopei t V I .1 II be S.I f. l\ e
; timate.i9 at ov , $,Vit>.0«>'.t-aj. This ma
,1 pp. to ,1 dls. ' pail.*. I. : ill <l..
hotnit. like other states, property is nt
valued for t;ixable purpescs nioi
than .1/;. • fourth I -fifth of ItS Hi
valuation. Oklahoma ha.- n<> bunded del
but i-a.l outstanding (June 1:. rerrit.-ti,
waiiants amounting to and at th
•rder Of R- h .J H - Ti
1 ■ i..11 wJiieh will o
wili K' compo-« I
• .n i ■ | Ifd i)>- the Ho
division will conta
IjSSt, Tin- territorial warrants redwi
: f.>r the fiscal y« ir ending J ui>-
amounted l« • demonsfi,ulug
i ability of the territorial government
prompt!) rsdi m pledges of (ndehtedn
I ('onsidernig that tin- indebte ine-.-s of
"Every family .should know the important fact
'that-catarrhal diseases So common in-winter or
spring, claim 200,000 .victims m the United States
. each year/' '* . . -S. B. HARTMAN, M. D.
I, M-iy at 1. 11..• Short tine- Investm-n
["miller, the fad that territorial depo-
ito?le.s are nuthotizvd to deposit t.-rri
j t iilal warrants, school and eity bonds u
^ I ' " if f W
IO THE DEATH
The Lamb Makes Good.
Pperi.ii Dispatch to the State Capital. |
Oklahoma City. Mar. I -The first real j
jtvatm day Of spring was today, the first
>f March, and the o|<| paying that "Varchl
coming li like .1 iamb will go out like .1
lloiv" is certainly exemplified no f.-r asj
the lamb part ^ concerned Oiifleti 1
makers can be r-een with hoe.^ nnff rakes
under their arms and the -..-ed stores .ire
doing a good business now-.
hill to the capliol. Hue president ae ,,, ,.i(
companicd iiy tliv ' ,,,-jgresslonal commit j ts, t),
iec will prtcesd at once to thf president'sI ti,.,.
"i.iom In the senate wing of t ■apy.d :
where all bills awaiting presidential ac■-1 )M-,,|J;,
Hon will be signed, in the meantime 1 p)ir
the senate is prosiune.l to lie in .se««i>ni. I
and at 11 ;m> o'clock®its doors will be Whi !
th 1 own open to n< select few who have
tlif^ privilege of the chamber. Among .he-
those entitled to adndG>ion are i..it#i ri.,-,
JUS .1 .,1- ,,!' t
is ill tin it tisti* • 11 v
11.:cludtng the dfspln
muth of the white hot
HARPtR HEADS TICKET
Independents are in the Field
Early and WilfWork Late in
Oklahoma City Canjpaign
ftpeclal Oiepateh to the Stale Capital.
fikhihoina City, Mar. I. -The Independ-
•nt ticket to be put in the field at the
coming city election w 1
meeting held la.-l night,
the republican .andidat
■was defeated two year
presidents aud vice-presidents, the Uce-1 hou
president elect, Justices of the s.ipicnn H.,,j
j court, Inators, fftmer senators, a,.d w,,n-[
ators-elect, ambassadora and ministei.--
| of the United flutes, umbas^ado.-x and,.^, , ,,f stran.^.-t .• )ia\. ,n
, ministers of foreign countries to the t'ni- follitw. in cotnman.l of Liei
W'l atalcc. II. il l.- ,,r \.x,.cutlve .teparl-i „i a,Iii:i I:. L'han,-, * .„.j
mentH, members of the liouse of reptescti tolnma will be divi-l"d ii
1 tut Ives, former numbers ami members- - grand
elv-el, g.,v< t riors of states .«.,.1 leri^t .i| le>.
admiral of t>ie nav y and ..Th , lieutenant
general commanding the army and aide.| from .\11napo
also the retired lieutenant genera;, olti- i,n .-inn: . an
cers of thQ army and navy who I
have received tlie tRank's. of congress, service. This will
executive officers of the iiousq apd -senat« division and will
eil at a Judges of the various courts of th*- dls- j „• .i;inw s
Harper. J triet of Columbia, and a few others. m . 1 ,ilv
•or who | With the exception of tin
the supreme court and the members of oi>-tii--t - Col nn i
the grand |
Unlade h is ; tli*i
i* three tlK>uaa
K in tlu
• streets at
i 1 avenues, #pe,
it for this flerv
ii tho cap!
tol to the Mltat
. program bay
l the <
of hf, ad- 1 will
b - free. .\t ei
r his *car-j of t
he pension bul
• 11111 vv i t! i ^
i the Whitei opet
l for l la r«.«
ra pun lo^I
by the ti
nigh riders! the
w fix p r cent interest and au
lie development of the agricultural
rees iia.-< been so rapid and great ti
attention of large fir. and 11 f- in:
A. which through out the to
his personal escort. The fo
• lead by
of t-,. 1>
TOOK "FULLtR HOMh
large fire insurance
day taking all the farm mortgages p
chaseable. These loans yield ; per c«
1 i.-st a.id 1 1 l^'oni ;. to : • .11 i
1, t sis of t,ie loans being ma le* on t
4., 1,. .,•• per "in of i , - till.. .1 -h 1111.
of t>. farm 1 *>|iert> Selected- loai
where careful Examination of the proper- '' '
traverses the territory from the north th.
New Phase of Butf Trust In-
INVEST KiATION IS OIN
Grand Jury at Fort Worth is
Hclpinn out the General Hjlovc-
ment Looking to C.onvtction •" 1
otthe I rust Akciii
INDIAN I l-:SPEilAl)OK8 DO DOING
mat j |>) yor*Ci.-. k, I T . March 1.—Fifteen or
twenty deputy-t ailed States marslia'.s
# filflt l .ii • e. \
• 1 .i ,iout twelv mil- far the Wlckllffe
1,11 ' boys. l ull blood Cherokee* who killed
1 " 1 Deputy Vfclr a few days ag" TiterM
1' Jtr. tilt. of the W1< kliffes nd tlAy
' • i • f|, IVe withered about eight other Indiana
1 v. Ii<> iSt. til-- s* o'. * fo:- various of-
f.-nse . all we'd arnit'd with Winchesters,
ale They have told their friends that they
intend to > wap off with the officers,
• vv* h meatis .. fight to the deattt The
1 band la scouting In a very nmun^tlnous
* and timber d country. Inhabited by full
1 " bloods, who keep them Informed of tha
' movements of the officers and It is ex-
' ' pe : (1 l i lt more killing will t >k place
" before the gang Is broken up.
sp. lal Dlspt
\'an Winkle, demc^rat. was rloetad, w.^ it lie house of Tip" - s.-. tatlves "and tlu
egahi chosen to h-ad the ticket Rev. president of the rnited States himself
1 far per Is .t brotli.-t to Probate Judg. n|i must be#ln then sat- by half aftel
Harper, and one of the leading ministers | ,.,even o'clock. The Justices of the s i-
of the city. He has heen active in nll|nmw. court Tvill euterOhi a 1k dy a
The third division will inclu.lv
v. ii.ement of the inof.il- "f th* it;.. The
Jnd#pend«ice go Into the fight to \
sitwl they will work hard up to the last
minute for their . andidates. The entire
ti-'ket as s. lc -ted la.^t night is as follows:
For Mayor—Rev, Tlios. S. Harper, re-
lor city aitorney— Charles Edward
J. Garret, re-;
id will lie
mnounccd. The congress-
ional conimiltee on arrangements will
| then proceed to the president's room an l
|notify^Mr. Roosevelt that all i-< in r«^id-
! In ess. The president and president- eft.
j which in this install .•happens to be the
! same person, will proceed at once to
! the senate chamber, nnd after being nn-
Chief of Police-
For Police Judge—Robert Chownlng.;
For City clerk—K Ia Vandersl It m- (
Oct at. O
For Street Commissioner—c *M Rouse I
For City Treasurer—F c. Thorn' '
For City Assessor—P. J5 King, demo-j
For School Treasurer—John TV Otto. |
COUNCIL AND SCHOOL BOARD
Mrst ward—Alderman i to be named C
In the central committee i; school board.
Second ward Alderman. .1 M. PosteTl.
jschool board, W. ( . Johnson, fur long
term. J. M. Phillips for short term
Third ward—Alderman. Swan Johnson;
gehool board, C. O. Russell.
Fourth ward—Alderman, Marshall Lew-
Is: school board. Charles Hoi.
1-1 fth ward- Alderman
of the desk
I." sergeant-at-arms of tin
ftht a seat directly In fronl
f the prudent of tliv- ven-
ial states is have been .!• - iguat- , ' ' "
last division wtd comprise a dos-' ov'1 ,1" ' vW''- '
lions of cadets from the ■ ious ; "'''
schools In the countr.^ Tile boy s Ah vv ! '
, h fi^Jy armed and eriulpped foi ' 1 1 " K*'
time in the history of inaugural J 1 " u 1 from <
►will it. honored with a position
compnnits in the south)
iid to the writer, and hi
i tire statement, that
- )!<-• .-.. 111 pa.ii>• iia I Jic<
ad n. \
in the mllitat
• will nl.
During these eat
ontinue in sesslc
oou, Senator Ft
will he headed
eusc lub of Pittsburg, which |
the p'-rsonal escort of Mr.
•r. civic grand marshal. Mr.
on panied by Cupt.
p, chief of staff, and Mr
s'oyes, adjiitant-g 'crn;. Tin '
• civie division will be ih--
• ll.litl'.nal Rep.lV.lic;. ti f'lti
fw York, i-1 command of
id. ^h- riu! t of line tyas
escort of t
j Con kiln L"
ces the senate will, .,f j tica.
and at lj o'clock, j Maj.-t Kin
«is pivsldent pro. been given
——————— ;. vv y • ; k ■ i i \. \S v.1'1 . I
by Ldttis St rn, president. Tin- . it^z.
of the district of Columbia, mounfl .1 c
cort. which with the Conkllti I'ncom
4 i . lie !:• p •!i• . . CP ..f N
York. Wjjl constitute ti,. <?ff. Will
commanded by Mr. WUiam K. (jaUher.
■ -(..lit .'t
ARKES1ED IN ST. LQLIS
F. - ' Wli LIAMS V \ IlI^VV i .
•jj. AITiinkl i IKS AT LAW PON
Sp.'ial Dispatch to •: Stat. Capital.
St. Louis. Mar I. I C. V.Jiliam- wa-
a: r. .-t. d«h,er<- to i ,; for the fevb-ru! mar-
shal at l^i w ton. < kl lie is charged
with selling Park cjn Okla., lots under
, • ito in tlMS< ion
those made ih the ,-ta
and Missouri* Farm
r prope.lv in Okiahoi
.Advice to the Aged.
Aifc brings infirmities, such us slug-
gish bowels, weak kidneys and blad-
der and TORPID LIVER.'
WAKEFIELD'S Golden Ointment
I removes all soreness and promptly heals
i Burns, Cuts. Sores, Croup. Sore Throat,
I Piles, etc. No mercury or any injurious
ingredients. If your dealer is out, send 25
o. '*DtirInnd: cen,s t0 U8 f°r a bottle
secretary school board, F. J Merrill.
C. WAKEFIELD ly CO., Bloomington, I1L
vided into ti
division will lr
^General C. ( . II
will I. posed
atlonx from the st
tan A. S. Perha
Of stafr. The sec
sion. will I"- composed
izntions from the state
The third brigade will be
divisions and half a'
The first brigade, first
commanded by Major;
toward, I S. A., a.id,
exclusively of organic- I
of New York Cap-
will serve as cBlcfj
, brigade, first dlvi-
.f Pennsy lvani t. j°
hsVc a specific effect on these organ?
stimulating the bow els,causing then
1o perform their natural functions a
In v out ft and
vfPARTING \ IGOR
to the kidne> s, bladder nnd LIN'FR
I bcy arc adapLd to old and young.
St'MMARY : .ge.l i .
Oklahoma is richly endowed in i ;. i i..j>in«;tion. bat
st ssion of a splendid civilization, cities jv along new li; •
and towns with mob rn improvements to ola.nn - in .
rt -plen.lidlj - « I it
do wed Insittutloas of learning • the illeged \ ol
niimeroua lines of t^anaportatlon and ov-J .i iti-trust law
er two million acres of rich land l*long- ington of a pt i
ing to the public schools *'os.-. s -.-.l •< «ffe. i that i
fertile soil, timber, coal and petrolcuiyi} ii.i - ■nifficietit
in large quantises, it is#not teminkabb „. ,.d b . ,
to find Jlhe eastern fain ci looking to the j t!.t • • «•:' the it .
rich land of Oklahoma for a n- w hone Okj. uit g tie- law
.ifttl c.iplt ilists with uninvested funds «vldenee ha not
* ?ekiiig the great opportunities offered the fed oral pe.
her**, and now that statehood rights haw j th o it ome is e
o-'ett granted Oklahoma will be one of -nu .t av.
the richest in the galaxy of >■ tales.
otvMFI.OKF IS BFCOMINO WIIOLB-
S CKN'Tlilt AIi RIGHT.
Sp' i*. Dispatch to the Statti Capital#
Okm-.ilgee, j. T„ March 1.—Okmulgee
gcoc r>. Soma
parties from northern Mlssout th ave been
,.i th- city looking the situation over
for a wholesale grocery house. Tho lo-
, t.-d and gut option
the -.-it for the erection of a
* ' -m
Gabies Die with Croup.
* ; i i I t O "i
. . ts the phlcuin,
r - . It CU! *
'MORE OIL DEVOLOPMENT
Field Between Ripley and Gush- *
ing is to he Developed by
big Oil Conftiany
to the State Capital.
... M it L—BendcmaA
trict. Win have tho dis-
irat well In tit® •
l out between Ripley
ig hauled from Cush-
i.ii,.lard derri. lv on tho
• •-:• tw . niil' s south-
For In tan* vaud Cliiidren,
sha Kind You Have Always Bought
d. Other der^
d on adjoi ing
■ Ls visli.i. th ie
1 < ..Ill'-, 1 ti;.-1 eOit> i •
us the land alonz Rig creek
aided as the choicest pros-
ids m eastern Okla-liooi^.
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