Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 1, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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Oklahoma State Register
Published Every Thursday by
THE OKLAHOMA PRINTING COMPANY
J. M. DOLPH, Pres.
Otitc* 105*07 North Firet Street
BcUbllihed Dec. 17 1H90
JOHN GOLOBIE. Sec.
Incorporated l>ec. 17, lUoj-
Entered it the Po t Otflce at Guthrie. Oklahoma, aa aecend claaa Mall Matter
Subscription Price Per Year $i eo.
THURSDAY JUNE 1. 1905.
JOHN GOLOBIE, EDITOR.
GOOD THING FOR DEMOCRATS.
If Secretary William Grimes desired to make
it impossible for the republicans to elect any
man to congress, and very few to any county of-
fices, the recent syndicate newspaper attack upon
various members of the party, put in motion by
him, is a most wise and adroit thing to do. The
democrats are enjoying his game hugely. They
give it out as a piece of party confidence that it
is no longer denied to be Mr. Grimes scheme to
so break up the republican unity, since he can-
not wrest the party leadership out of the hands
of those who have it, so that no republican con-
gressional nominee can be elected. This heroic
work is said to be necessary in order that he and
Flynn may come in somewhere when statehood
comes. The democrats in his confidence give it
out cold that he and Flynn are doing and will do
everything they can to prevent McGuire getting
statehood in order to discredit the republican
party under hii leadership. They had rather do
this and afterwards attempt to bring it in them-
selves than to let him ride on the crest of state-
hood into further party leadership that they fear
would carry him and his friends in control of the
new state and let them out.
To do this it is necessary not only to discredit
McGuire, but knock Governor Ferguson out of
the box. Ever since he has been governor they
have been trying to get him into some such trap
as they got Governor Jenkins, disgrace and kick
him out. Here and there they have taken ad-
vantage of his administration financially, so that
whatever mistakes and shortcomings the people
attribute to it are due to them, and yet they are
not satisfied but are attempting to drive him
For weeks the democratic press of the terri-
tory has been loaded with purported republican
secret troubles. This was all due to the fact that
Governor Ferguson has never countenanced fac-
tionalism to the distance of going over to them
soul and body. Probably the Governor has
ringing in his ear the President's command: 'Go
back to Oklahoma and if you find Grimes has
asylum stock, I shall not appoint him secretary."
The democrats ought to be very happy these
days. They have never known how to make po-
litical medicine Hnd have always failed. Mr.
Grimes, after burdening the republican party
with whatever the people object in its adminis-
tration of affairs, now shows them how to pre-
vent the p irty being successful under other lead-
ership. The democrats snould help Mr. Grimes
all they can in his laudible undertaking.
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General Miles has suggested that the Massa*
chusetts state troops be clad in knee breeches
and cocked hats. This personal adornment
would naturaliv suggest in the case of firearms
clean breeches and cocked hammers.
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The Czar wept when he heard of the ships that
went down in tnc night. Let the Czar imitate the
Kmperor of Japan and supplant the forced divine
r ght of kings with the voluntary [divine love of
the king by the people, and his subjects that are
now dragged to war, as an ox is lead to slaugh-
ter, will hereafter leap to the defense of their
country like giants to the fray, as onl\ free-
barn patriots can.
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HOW MANY UNKNOWN SOONERS
One would like to know how many "sooner"
s ttlers are stiI■ holding down farms in Oklahoma
who have never been found out, and how they
f el. Do thev ever feel a guiitv conscience when
they think that by sneaking into the territory the
n g'ht before the day the legal proclamation to
m ike a "run." or tr im within territory forbidden
b/ the proclamation, thev no>v live on a fine
ho nestead worth from $3,000 10 Sio.ooo, while
t ie honest man. who respec.ed the laws of his
CJitntry, failed to get one because a thief in the
nijiht had got ahead and settled upon it lias
tie years of op ■ 11 or ta.it ! v ing, while in al!
o'.tier respects passing amowg their neighbors for
h morable men, taken the pleasure from thes •
' toners'* in sufficient quantity to have made
t , ,r dishonest belongings bilrn in their hearts
l ,Ke the sto.en lime 111 the bosom of the boy as it
slicked when swim ning the river?
Oil.: would like to know bv what process of
reasoning a man coming into possession of a
f.inn against the law convinces himself it is not
as much stealing ts ti< 1 horse in the nigh t
out ot his neighrjor s Darn. 1 here is, after all, no
permanent standard of conscience, if these men
uo not teel its prickings; some of them have un-
doubtedly sat on juries since then and tried th.ir
fellowmen fjr lesser wrongs—wrongs that h*ve
entailed less misery on those who have suffered
loss by them.
Rt cently the Interior Department, after thir-
teen years of litigation, has decided several farms
west from Ponca City to several "sooners" who
ran into the Cherokee Strip from the Chilocco
Reservation, while their contestants, observing
the proclamation, ran from the Kansas line.
This decision on its face looks like an injustice.
But all over Oklahoma, along the choicest val-
leys are "sooners" who came in the night before
their neighbors, and who now raise their voices
in church and school, and lift their eyes for the
blessings of heaven, and one wonders if the}-
ever get a stitch in their side while doing it.
The last supper is proverbially fatal. May not
the last dinner be? There is many a Judas' slip
'twixt the political cup and the lip.
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The East will take notice that is is no longer
drouth but floods that threaten Oklahoma. This
is no longer an arid but a flood-srricken region.
Let the calamity howler no longer cry "Oh, the
parched plains," but "Oh, the flood-swept val-
leys." Oh, the rain, rain, rain! Will the Lord
temper the rain to the soaked land!
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The great success of the Inter-Territorial
Bankers annual convention at Muskogee was
largely due to H, W. Painter, secretary of the as-
sociation, who has worked on it ever since before
the holidays last winter. No details were over-
looked to join in friendship the bankers of the
two territories. The result for joint statehood
and the business relations that banks more than
other institutions create, is very great from the
meeting of such leading men as gathered in an-
nual session at Muskogee.
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WHICH IS HAPPIER?
The question is being asked the noted authors
of the country—both men and women—"Who
has the better time, a manor a woman?" And
the authors—neither men nor women—are able
to answer the question.
What do Oklahoma women think about it?
The Register thinks they know just as much
about the matter as anybody, and would like to
hear from them. Indeed the equation of the
sex is such that they are eternally shifting posi-
tions, each to accommodate itself to the other,
to keep in balance, and if either has the worst of
it at any time, it is more apparent than real. In
fact one condition appears to have been better
or worse in contrast to another condition, but
must have been just what the sex wanted at the
time, or it could have had it different. If this
is not true, what becomes of the uncontroverted
opinion that all a man is or has is for the appro-
bation of some woman, and the woman's whole
existance is an endeavor to be a delight to man.
Social conditions change eternally and sex re-
lations change with them. A glimpse at our own
history, beginning with the civilization of our
b trbaric forefathers in Europe, snows women have
held three distinct atitudes towards men. When, in
tribal wars, he was mostly warrior for the pro-
tection of his kind, woman did most of the labor.
This brute period was followed by the Romance
period in which, having specialized woman for
individual instead of tribal ownership, the tend-
ency was to the other extreme of locking her up
in his castle and revering her as a possession for
aUhetic pleasure alone. This artificial concep-
tion has been gradually giving way, and now the
distinctive tendency is for an equilibrium of the
sexes—a rational companionship and participa-
t on in all the activities of life. The present
struggle is for an intullectual equality. Woman
desires no longer to be merely a beast of burden,
a raiser of children only, a sentimental ornament
f >r man to keep in luxury in accordance with his
o.vn ideas, but an intelligent companion in all of
the phvsical and intellectual pursuits. Slie does
not want man to regulate his own sex affairs and
hers also, leaving her in ignorance whv he wishes
her to uo certain things; she des res to know
why she wishes certain things herself, and also
why he wishes them In other words, she no
longer desires man to do all the thinking for
both, but desires to share the thinking frr e t er
But as to which has the b< s: time—that is the
same character of question as "Is it more blessed
t> give than to receive? '
Fisher and Fisher, editors of the Carnegie
Herald, say: "Tuesday evening at the school
hsuse, Miss Laura Gregg of Omaha, nation.*] or--
ganizer for the women suffragists, lectured- to?
tin people of this vicinitv. Miss Gregg is a
p disiud talker, and has a fine pronunciation and
a ticulation, and in fact she is a trained elocu-
tionist and interested her audience by her elocu-
tionary efforts, but did not give one solitary rea-
son to an unprejudiced mind why the right to
vote and hold office should be extended to
women." We venture to say both these gentle-
men would not dare to make that statement on
a platform and give that excellent lady a chance
tosho,v them the folly of their way.
First publish**! In Stafe Register May 25, lSHVJ
Notice is hereby *iv*n that in pursuance of an
order of the probate court of the county of La>kuu
and territory of Oklahoma made on the l.V.h day
of Ma>. A D. li*5. in the matter of the estate of
Edward Dabin deceased, the un.iersurned an the
a>lmini8tr tor ef the estate of Edwin I>abin de-
ceased. will, on or after Saturday, the ' 0th day
of June. A. I). 1W, and within six month* from
said last mentioned date, sell at private sale to
the highest and best bidder therefor, all the r'ght
title, interest and estate of said Edward l^abia *t
the time of his death, ami all the right. title and
interest that the said estate has. by opera'ion of
law. or otherwise, acquired in and to all the cer-
tain lota pieces or parcelii'of land lying and beiti j
in the county of L<va" ami- territory of Oklaho-
ma bounded and described as follows, and upon
the following terms and conditions- towit:
Lots 11. i2. 18 and 14 in block S4 in East Guthrie
Logan county. Oklahoma territory, to be sold for
Said property eannot be sold for lt**a than $1030,
that t>eing -"0 per cent of the appraised value
thereof, which appraisement was made on the 2d
day of September
Offers or bids for iaid land must be made in
writing or the same may be filed in the office of
the judge of said probate court
Dated May 15. h-05.
21-St CHAS. BK7-ANSON
Stumpff Hardware Company
First published in the State Register May 13
Noticc to Creditor*
In the matter of the estate of George R Part-
ridge late of the county of Logan, territory of
All persons having claims* against said George |
R. Partridge, dece.* •«<!. are required to exhibit ;
the same with the necessary vouchers to the un- j
dersigned. du'y appointed and qualified adminis- j
tratrix of the estate of said deceased, at the pro- j
bate court in he county of l/ogan and territory |
of Oklahoma, and that four months after the first
publication of this notice has been limited by or-
der of the probate court of said Logan county,
as the time for creditors f said deceased, to ex-
hibit and present their claims against said estate
Dated the 16th day of May. 1 «05.
SEPriE K PARTRltXiE
20-4t Administratrix* ■
First Published in the State Register April 27.
In the District Ceurt of Logan County. OkIahc* 1
L- D. Saunders;
H.Davis and L. B. Davis.
H. Davis and L. B. Davis are hereby notified
that they have been sued in an action now pend-
ing in the District court of said county and terri-
tory- wherein L. D- Saunders is plaintiff and they
the said H. Davis and L B. Davis, are defendants
and that they must answer the petition of said
plaintiff filed in said action, on or before the fcth
day of June. 11*05, or said peti ion will be taken as
true, and judgment rendered against said defend-
ants in the sum of >400.00, on a promissory note
with interest thereon at the rate of ten percent,
per annum from date, taxes for 1904 and a reason-
able attorney's fee, and to foreclose a certain
mortgage given to the plaintiff by the defendants
to secure the payment of said note, on the follow-
ing described real estate situated in Logan coun-
ty. Oklahoma territory, towit:
All of lot nu nberedSixteen, 16. in block Thity
seven 37 in th «t sub-division of the city of Guth-
rie. known as Guthrie Proper, according to the
official plat thereof, and to have said mortgaged
premises suld to satisfy said judgment, and to
forever bar said defendants, their heirs and as-
signs. from any lien, estate, interest or title to
Da'.ed this 22nd day of April. 1905.
T. A. NEAL.
SE*l] Clerk of the District Court.
By W R. Benham, Deputy.
Chas. A- Blair,attorney for plaintiff. 17-4
First published in State Register May 4, 1905.
Territory of Oklahoma ' SS.
County of Lagan ^
Notice is hereby given that on the 2nd day of
May, A. D. 1905, 13. F. Pross-r filed in the probate
court of the county of Logan and territory of Ok-
lahoma, a petition praying for letters of adminis-
tration to be issued to L. P Strothman upon the
estate of William Prosser deceased, late of the
county of Logan and territory of Oklahoma.
And pursuant to an order of said probate court
Saturday, the 20th day of May. A. D. 1905, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a m, of said day. t' at being a
day "f the r gular May term. A. D 1'405, of said
probate c >urt, has been appointed as the time for
h- ar;ng said appl cation, when au 1 where any
person interested may contest said petition by ril-
ing written opposition thereto on the ground of
incompetency of the applicant, or may assert his
own rights to the administratio i and pray that
lc'ters be issued to himself.
Witness J. C. Strang, judge of the probate
court o ' the county of Logan, and the seal of the
court affixed, the 2nd day of May, A. D. 1905.
(Sfal) J. C. STRANG,
18-4 Probate J udge.
We have purchased the stock of theStumpff Hardware
Co. 11/ West Harrison avenue, and are now open for busi-
ness. We find on going over the stock there area num-
ber of lines of goods which we do not expect to handle in
the future, and in order to close them out quickly, we will
offer them at very low prices.
A Complete Line of Enameled Ware.
Wash Basins Pudding Pans Tea Pots
Cof.ee Pots Stew Kettles Tea Kettles
pbout 200 pieces at prices ranging from ioc to 50c
Worth Double What We Ask.
All Harness and Saddlery Goods at
WHOLESALE COST to close out.
Gasoline Stoves at 25 per cent Discount
from Stumpff Prices.
House Paints. Floor Paints and Varnish
we are Closing Out at Greatly Reduced
Prices as we do not expect to handle them
in the future.
Come in and see us-
We Klean Klosc Kur-
tains and Karpet.
GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO.
Don't Forget That The
PAYS THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR PRODUCE
Bring it in. We Will Give You a Square Deal
I. M. COLE & SON.
105 West Harrison Avenue.
fe-r ti-*- r -erf v-.m-n ■a n
First published in the State Register May IS,
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of Margaret M.
Whitehead late of the eity of Guthrie county of
Logan, territory of Oklahoma, deceased.
All persons having claims against said Mar-
garet M. Whitehead, decea-ed, are required to
exhibit the tame, with the neca.ssary vouchers
to the undersigned, duly appointed an qualified
executor of said decease 1, at Guthrie in the
count* of Logan and territory of Oklahoma, and
that four months after the tirst publication of
this notic® has been limited by order of the pro-
bate court of said Logan county, as the time for
creditors of said deceased to exhibit and present
their c!a ms against sa d p t ite
Dated this 15th day of May IlK)5-
20-41 JohnM. Whitehead,
First published in State Register May 25, 19 5-
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested
in the estate of James J. Merrick, deceased,
that on the 24th day of May. 1 *05. S. E. Merrick
produced and filed in the probate court of the
county <>f Logan and territory of Oklahoma, an
instrument in writing purporting to be the last
will and testamento James J. Merrick deceased,
and also filed in the said court her petition pray-
ing for the probate of said will, and that letters
testamentary issued thereon to S. E. Merrick the
executrix named in said will.
P irsiant to an order of said court made on the
24th du.v of May ' *05. notice i* hereby given that
Saturbiy the 17th day ->f June. 1905. at the hour
of liio'c jck a. m. of said day, that being a day
of the regular May term. 1905, of paid court, has
been app >inted as the time for hearing said peti-
t; n and provit.g sai l will at the probate court
r tom in Guthrie in said county of Logan, when
and whr re all persons interested may appear and
contest the same
In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set my
hand and the « al of said Probate court this 24th
d y of May. 1 '-*05■
(Sell) J. C STRANG.
2l-3t Probate Judge.
Fii-st published in the State Register May 26 1905
H. C. R. H rod boll, as Receiver
of the v. itizens Bank of
Ponca City. Ok ahomaTer-
From March ist to May 15th the Santa Fe will
Colonist to nearly all points in California for S25.O0.
TICKETS SOLD DAILY.
Che ip Hates to the Northwest
From March Ist to May 15th Santa Fe sells Colonist
tickets to many parts in Southwest. Billings, Mont, and in-
termediate points $24.65. Livingston, Mont, and inter-
mediate points points Helena, Butte, Anacon-
da, Mont., Ogden and Salt Lake, Granger, Wy., $26.65.
Portland, Ore , and Tacoma and Seattle, $29.10.
T. E. PURDY,
General Agent, The Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Fe R'y.
A TRIP TO A STAR.
[4. H. Linbarger. Defendant.
The defendatul, L- H. Linbarger, will take no-
tice tliat he has been sued in the District Court
of Logan County, Territory of Oklahoma, by the
plaintiff upon a promissory note made, executed
and delivered to the Citizens Hank of Pone
Cttt* Wounty Territory of Okluhuina, for the * ••••" ' 7 - "I " '
su™ frf'Stven ilMn.Jivi! Twenty-ti^. <#7.'5oo) (inly a cent eacb Utliiilrt'd mill'*.
Dollars. Th.ttlifl pjtitionof the plntntilf vm*
for judgment against the defendant f6* Seven
Hundred Ninety-Ekht und 63-10Q ($79<'..62) Dol-
lars. with interest thereon from nie 20th day ot
February. 1905 at the rate of 12 cents per annum
u til paid That saidpetit'on muit be answered
bef re the 7th da; of Juh , 1**06, o"" said petition
of the plaintiff will be taken as true and judg-
ment rendered for said v Uintiff for Seven Hun-
dred Ninety-eight and 62-100 (J7Ws.- 2 Dollars.
The defendant is further notified that there has
been attached n* the property of the defendant
the following described real estate situated !n
Logan county. Territory of Oklahoma, to-wit:
Thd undivided one-half interest in the northeast
quarter n. e. 1-4), section twenty-three (23).
towns'iip nineteen (HO, north of range two (2),
west of the Indian meridian, in Logan county.
Oklahoma territory, and that said property will
be sold t • satisfy any Judgment that the plaintiff
may obtain against the iefenda^t
J. H. NORRIS, Clerk.
By Florence N Weirk k. Deputy.
W. K. Moore. Attorney for Plaintiff
f Time It Would Tnkf One
to Heaeli Centnarl.
"Let us suppose u railway to have
been built between the eartb ami the
fixed star (Yutuuri," said a lecturer.
"By a consideration of this railway's
workings we can get some idea of the
enormous distance that iuterveues be
tween Centauri and us.
"Suppose that 1 should decide to
take a trip on this new aerial line to
the fixed star. I ask the ticket agent
what the fare is, and he answer#:
The fare is very low, sir. _ It is
'And what, at that rate, will the
through ticket one way cost:' I ask,
•••It will cost just S'J/frAOOO.OOO; he
•*1 pay for my ticket and board tne
train. We set oiT at a tremendous rate.
" 'How fast,' I ask the brakemau,
'are we going?'
" 'Sixty miles an hour, sir,' says ht,,
and it's a through train. There are no
" 'We'll soon be there, then, won't
we?' I resume.
" 'We'll make good time, sir,' saya
" 'And when will we arrive?'
. '"In Just. iS|0fl3,000 yefrs.' Phlla-
One of the Queer Peilfhered Ifilmhlt-
nntM of \ew Zen land.
Among the feathered inhabitants of
New Zealand there Is a bird called the
parson bird, or tui. It is about the
size and shape of a blackbird, but has
a pair of delicate white tufts at its
throat and is a glossy dark green oth-
erwise. which liinks black In the sun-
light. It can be taught to crow, to
speak, to whistle tunes, and besides
these tricks it has a repertory which
is not often equaled by any other
feathered songster. At vespers It has a
note like the toll of a bell or the clear
high note of an organ. It can niluiic
ovr-ry bird in the hush to perfection; It
will iH'i'.'il; off ill the middle of an ex-
Outsite melody and indulge in a strange
medley of sounds which are ItnposBil.ie
to describe, but if you can Imagine "the
combination of a cough, a laugh, a
sneeze, with the smashing of n pane of
glass," It will lie some approach to the
The till nests twice or thrice a year
and has large families. I.Ike the other
birds of New Zealand, It seems to be
unconseiiius of danger from man. It is
a pity that the birds of this island are
becoming sn scarce, for they peak to
us of a time when nature was harm-
less. when the snakes, tigers and fal-
cons did not exist.
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