The Weekly Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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ftmta Ola. Friday January 21
feretee in the democratic asi reyn.ll! The ecru::. :.te (;-i.ft c-cgbt to
cm a dtbinlstratio&t H-s is tfc "-'-i dvricr..ttrate Le;i-r ti wp.r.kAii
Ingress of th forcer
rer .g:Jl. evils.
"ri.:;? if joj can t
to rorrtct tie teas ta by ir-:..l:-f ca
? ii ir.ijirit. ' -
! met .brei
The time to
d .n t fro s. (didn't
or r.ct . It will be re-
tbat p-cutical crgar.i:.1
.art ftauiacd asJ tr'.f-J
ilJd & city ia Viiuu. ;tt fcEsT.t jtx s
i-.j f ui t? d-.; i.
: :;.- ti e t : :.:.-. c-f
The greed of the thool land leasee -J
in Oklahoma i appalling.
Listen to the rumbling of the re-
publican pre4 while the state solons
are lis teas Ion.
The Chieftain's advke to the state
legislature Is to make less twdlcfne
and more law.
The ground hog I now meditating
about orr.Ir.tc out in a oupl- .f
week a. It Is bopH the shadow
Ptay Si a while longer.
Jim Harris w i n ui. i by th bo-oo -s
sometime ago fur state chairman of
the republican fomaiiu?.
The building fever in Vicita I
growing more contagious and ture
H'Ui8 to be tso disposition to check St.!
Taft la following ia tie f :! p-
of t'.a strenuous p-redesscr at least
in tie number of a racial mesices t
Tie republican expect cere of tie
democrats la Oklahoma la tire abort
years than tbey git ia kthiks
years prior to statehood.
Tie VV. h Watciaas actually
) Got. Haskell tie r.p.'tbvar:
abased ite.f and f.e
urktg !ul s a tbe h-
; c-f tie :-
tut teart. ti cor.stasfy wa tbclr ors declare that only state lasneii are
e T.tir.ry; s.3 ve gj at the end to be considered In th aiipalKfi of
ari d tie bada of defeat u ap- next earnmer and fait. It fi.lght be do-
rel.r.g t.d utccr.n-ierable fg'jre of lrabl to ;or.i the raixjpaljr.n to
Tirtse. cf err:c and of difr-ity bU state Iskui-u but ft can't be done. Al-
i .gn.ty tbeir tf:fi;ty; and fcoioe- ready the national iaauo In th fepub-H-
trv in tie aajety of bis rarr.ner a';d can party baa been biKKed in and that
teir.tf. be reititd batk Irto the too by the state committee. How
ery rccts of tie proud past of tie tbo. fa It to be kept out?
Old rvrr.ir.ior. and connected its gold- Read tht dispatches a bit doner and
nd lis anci-er.t authorities it yon win barn that Bampel fjoiwpers
ersor ar. J tie state al..i :t :ra:k v.. lor.? r.d happy peace ath the trooble and Senator Kolletto are both
TiU i(r w;.I d-rrc'-it U :tb-: tr d -stctder cf the present. Ar.d now scheduled to tutnti the etate In op-
r the people c-f this frat stite es- .ia tij our of reunion acd reonciKa- position to the proponed amendment to
drrs eat klaj of patnousa or re:. ;ti5S e kcow bita la tboe five ulet the conutltutlos. With thene men
; 0 !bborious years at Ixirgfou be Bp-aking in Oklahoma during a cam-
JliSit tit it a rod t!ce for tte ? rysbo.'lied tie future for us as it ban pain Imagine confining the Issues to
tar rarers of tt-e ttat J ft csrrr in c-on..e to rasa and bad u live In it mata ri.!
their p l.tu a few brickbat 'ta-ta-la lieril and lefty fiabion with TLe World predicts that Oklahomas
Ifhorically pak:r.p to b zzt-i ca tie ! beans ucspoiUd by bate and eyes before election day next November
:f:-ll owir.s ir ilvija". ft st asy Je?-'clear to see the ne.Je of a new and will have an opportunity of listen! ok
printed an issue ia wfckh it falle4 taisJator who attes.;ti t'j ctstratt Ki 'cifitier day. Can you wonder at the to some of the greatest national fig-
abuse Yir.-ta pp!. or itbo-t a .U gla:.iori fcr r-l;ti:al pzrpo-s; ti.&rir cf the love a people btar for ures. Necesssarily that event in it-
S'.Zig at tie south er.d of Craig co-r..y. load ti agitator bo tries t: c:ike tit jsucb aa ecibodiaeU of their best? self means that national politics must
0 i public bO.fJe that tie stat is re-'S-rely God was good to set in the be considered. Will the fctate leaders
Its tot iaprobable that Ok.'aboaa itr'r.f;ble f.-r local taxation; th'rd tie fort-front of their life a figure
will select one of her p.:kea of tie jtalan.ty kow'er ho Ktr.ti!l"y for
uprette covrt for the next governor jpol. ileal pt:r;Tte. rtprtser.tt that "sp-
an! e present thief Justice may be j tta! !s up :c!-r-a of Oklaicca crtd'.t.
I?.rge and a tuple and faultless.
THE NEW CHIEF JUSTICE.
Friends of Jadce Jesse J. Duca and
-er.tiey are myriad in Oklahoma are
so prepare In advance to meet this con-
jdition or will they blindly await the
'turning of their flank? Tulsa World.
If tie Guthrie Ftate Capital rodtl. CbroUs eild op-pe the ccl-;rrtatjy gratified because of bis eleva-
be reconciled to tie extra tension Jdea i jtior. of taxes c
Dr. Hulgln tk 'JI'-H" ao tb tbee j
of a sermon at IJ.rtJei'i!!c the other'
nfght ard from accounts the rer
end genileind u full of his subject
sailing during tie rest cf bis adm:t:-I&re iX
filler.. I by being Uxed
O Ithe dtCcier.c y. In the
u aa tc-j izorc to tyse ir tneuv r"-.-
honuejtfids by the;t;Cn t0 the chief Justiceship of the
crokee homesteads guprenue court of this sate. knowing '
ot-er Jar.-js w; su-er . u a rn.-Ou-.n u rrArj shnva an
ke up o. other honors from bis fellow man.
OU REPUBLICAN PROMISES
The boom for Judgo liunn for g-v-ernor
continue ti grow cot!thtarjd-
lag the favt th-t the abi jur!t b?s
never said that h" ou'i be a candidate.
The opposition of the rt publican
press of the hu? to the lil ses-
sion U tasd vm the fear that the
democrats will give Kme relief to the
From bank robber t Uwyer is the
cwjrse IJer.ry Kurr has mapped out
for fcinoaelf. While serving bia sent-
eace ia a Co!ripj prison the ex-
' iif law.
E -Chief Kim Maye i being men-
tioned hjT tie 4tnxrtic r.oa.ir.atioa
for lieutenant gorrri-r of Oklaiorxi
wti'b ef f w;li by agreement come to
the t fide of t state.
I'uh'i- is-provewetta & riot s-era
to fo'jriti tr.dt-r tn ptew-t city gov-
fe are aWjt v':Q citj-
ins la this t
tie. t.;r to
Bo J 1 M 'i-jiff
bo don't want
nave the sup
port of his w:fe froui whom be if
a-pirate-d. ia bs rae for r-ei-f lioa
to cor.gress. Tint's Jut I ke a
It I yet a j i"u i a t whether
Crair tourty voters wiH stand for the
r-K. ti'-n of ail the -o.nty oSlcer
who new bold o( If they jMt) Jn-
and a!! run there'll J;lf man-
do in r 1j th' kjj.; i-ra of Craig.
A t- comer la Vim! a in -ib.Tlb-!
g for the Daily Chi -ftaln today Raid
1 muft have the daily paper for we
don't i : n know w i. r t ) buy )ur
l.e'.eiti . Tbia oic-aiis that the
ro w eouier r ?ir j-i tb newspaper ad
refinement a his guide In boylcg
The d-mo' rats of (iatfiehl fiiiitv
are urglrg !. Randolph Ccmk of
lit: Id to mak tli rac- for ot r re-
The liev. Mr. Cook i4 reniPinhered
the founder of the Christian church
In Vinita aui jf h is as g Kd a poli-
cial hrrspiiiKner as hn is a po.pel
f smpaigrier there will bp aornetbitig
A'Ar.K In the firHt dixtrift
The Albany Journal print th fol-
lowing paragraph whidi ba a very
ir'jod deal tf truth in it:
"If everything thU Homebody
t!efn't care tu rs. In a newspaper
or would ii-.e to h.iVtf kept out were
oml'ted. littb- bet.ids the Hdvcrtle-
menta would b piloted; and if every-
thing were piloted that somebody
wouM like to e in print curb Mnue
would be a volutin-"
The Indian t;ix question ran not be
Ignored becAUMi It wan imn h to the
eHKt.-i n pirt of Oklahoma where bo
much land Is still In the hand of the
allottee and nil candidate for botU-
ln'lve office either on national or
litate Khould be anked on the square
how they stand on the question? If
the Indians are citizen of the United
Ftates and Judge Campbell's decision
says they are they ought to p.iy the
taxes the same as any other citizen.
The democratic state leginlature
convened today in special session at
(iuthrie and uisy be ti-lied uion to
correct the weakneiows In the present
state laws. To admit that there are
mistakes in the present laws .'s not
necessarily to the discredit of the
democratic-administration. Indeed it
would have been remarkable had no
Impracticable laws been . enacted by
the first two legislatures. The dif-
and west railroad is not bu.1 j t jct tf
here? Let that Co. sit gorera y o f-
ia fgurlng bow much you can g:ve t- ' IPrs as
ward the tonus.
n the lar.-J
as tw!y c;ua! oa &U titi-
Vinita Okla. Jan. IS. Daily Chief
tain: It ought to be the duty of
On one occasion a group of Judge every colored voter yes. every color-
s tie proper .prinn's political friends urged Lira to ed man and woman In the state of
burden .-.:. a r ftnrildaf e fur mvvrr.nr ni.-tiKMT cin.iu -.icr.
."Why should I become a gubernatorial colored people at large. We know be-
;C. Our fru-nds who .rArr?:-!ate when I Aa rut car. t-.r that vn-.A tha . a i t .
- - - - - - - - . - v. -' - . . . u s " i . u uyuuk (.UUL r
;sre running f--r cff;ce in Craig county :0f5ce and am now occupying the one shall become worthy of recognition
i tn'-gbt cake it aa issue in the eomir.g .' no0'o--o'-i w-htrh 1 hv - 9 n vrr..rr.v. -
The rexova c4 G.ord I.rn.ot U'-r jtarxpalgn if they are liking for aapir.dr waa bis querying response according as we develop good citizen-
a large :ied bo.e la tie Koc'-vt ..t ; -r5... n VI . ..
I j --ui. ram vur vi 1.1a inrtuj u.nr tidp. e muhi own property oe-
O ii the United States seaatorsblp come morally responsible and become
P!iies which will have to be pat b
ed when Teddy c-oraes marching bonoe
I'wr Taft. be has laid tip trouble en
cugh to last Lira all summer.
Every It.-taocrat!c editor who at
tended tie rr-ss Ass'Alj'tJca went
j If it were not for the fact that all aboc-ad." "I do r.ot want to be a sen- good citizens. We must earn the re-
cf tie larger corporations or nearly j ator." replied the Judge; "the cup of spect of the entire people of the
jail of them bad rushed to the Federal i aspiration ia filled to the brim." state.
'Court and enjoined the collection of j One of the cleanest men in political j Now all these things are obtained
the Crat taxes the state tares would jl-fa. c' h bt type of citizenship a through education. Then we must
s j&Te hxx cut iulie iiior tZian tail uciiwiak vi iuc (uuuawniidi eiuwi vuucnie uur icuaren ana give as &'hw
horn n fc'jrr.or &r:d riiT;y f wh&t jt u &ni tnanx t0liniuSt tomtit Diajr be regarded aa a very serious an education aa other children have.
'I " .;. I ships and scbxd districts would have . Question whether such a man should Now my people are you willing to
!f.b- permitted to remain even la the bend every cnerrv tn An thi v
ent home from
Ticvw Adair county f.-ilows who got
so hungry for catfish- that thc-y re-
aorted to dynamite la the I'.llr.ois
river the other day got fined IIv-3 each.
The palsied minnow may be a ltttle
slow but It's lots cheaper.
Frank Greer of the Guthrie State
Capita! Is moved to tears lest the leg-
lalatMre be dominaf-d by Governor
lie takes co totke
Repuhluarj papers like the Mc- j
Alester News Capita! are trying to i
pei.ed to levy one tain
as much as they were. If those nt-j niche of bis own choosing. These be send our children to school but what
publican papers who are berating the j P'us times; times wbea dependable Is it? We have no house and noth-
state administration for high taxea are needed on the battle line to lng la the house to explain the lesson
could taake some provision whereby j champion the pc-ople'a cause; men less No seats no msps In fact nothing
corporations could be pre ret: ted from 'thoughtful of their selfish political that makes a good school
rushing Into Federal Court every time i fortunes than of the general welfarV; j We must have a good school bouse
men having less regard for self-ag- and have It equipped with al! neces-
grandizement than for the triumph of sary apparatus at once. How shall
right principles. we get it? We have made demands
Such a man Is Chief Jtstice Dunn of from the republican party and got
the supreme court of Oklahoma. The '. nothing. Just the same thing we shall
people of Oklahoma know this. Their 'get in the future. The republican
sovereign well may demand that be party has been our friend so i'i sayg
tax paying comes they would do their
reader and tie state of Oklahoma
Governor Haskell has called the lg-
!I-kclL Dut the Capital's fears ex
cite no one. It has crted :t wo.r.j -'''- - v-. e!.ter upon more important service but what do we got from it
wbea U.sre was no wolf until the pub-In JT -0. Ttat tbe taii was lnj' Ias a true citizen and as a true dcim say we are entitled to enua
iperatlve la conceded by those bating I
j know I 'dire of state affairs. It ia no
(discredit to anyone to state that in a
new state where so many problems
convince Jesse Dunn that be ought i
not to give up Lis present job to enter
the race fur governor of Oklahoma.
The solicitude of the republican press
for the welfare of Judge Dunn is
We l ave an object lesson in the mat-
ter of road building ia various tui-
tions of the country at this time. The
winter season is not the proper time
to construct roads. When trading
has been dun" re. ently the roads are
now Jmpaaab!e and will remain so
until dried by next summer's sun.
Some of the hither critics now say'
that Mose was put In an ark of
bullrijuhes in the Grand near Ft. Gib-
'n and that Colonel Holdeii Is putting
In the copper box in the monument
he is erecting to the memory of Wash-
ington Irving one of the slippers with
which l'haraoh's daughter used to
p onk the lawgiver in bis youth
There Is a well defined bell f among
Craig county tax payers that the steel
bridges purchased by the county com-
missioners cost entirely too much
nioiify. Just a little Investigation
along tb! line would be no Injustice to
the f ommissloners and would be a
sourre of satisfaction to the people
who pi; the b:i!s.
were to he soivej it takes time to
solve thera and experience must goi i
the way of the conservative stateman.
.Modification of existing laws are de-
manded; there ruufct be laws made for
proper tils' barge of duties in county
affairs: the codifying comtoittoe must
crat. could be turn a deaf ear to the right which means education among
call of duty? Oklahoinan.
TAFT'S PATRONAGE DILEMA.
Apparently the President has caught
popular disecproval of his patronage
policy. He bus sought means to define
and defend his position. It is given
out with seeming authority that the
President wants to carry out the pled-
have legislative assistance and not a ; gc n of his party; that he wants the co-
few other matters will occupy the at-
tention of the solons in the special
Necessarily there will be criticism
and those whose duty It seems to be
to discredit the state will talk about
the cost of the tpef lal session still
the proper fee or salary bill for coun-
ty official? will more than defray the
costs of the session and-be of perman-
ent good. Let us trust the legislature
will act wisely and adjourn after hav-
ing given heed to sound legihlatUe
polkies without regard to partisanship
or paying heed to the crokers who
alwavs are negative. Guthrie Leader.
There are a great many reasons why
loe.il tare are higher this year tbnn
they were last year. Even where the
Haine degree of economy has been
practiced. Several million dollar of
taxes are now tied up by injunctions
in th federal courts and In this tax
Is much that goes to the different
counties townships and school li-
trlcts. Had this tax have bee.i p.iid
Instead of "Injunctcd" not only the
state but the township county and
school taxes at ni.V-iy places would be
much less than tbey are.
Today Is the birthday anniversary
of Robert K. I-ee the noblest kindli-
est and most cultured son of the south.
His unswerving loyalty to duty as be
understood It pure manhood ami great
character Is the heritage of the whole
country. Those who were wont at
one time to characterize General Lne
as a traitor now accord blm a place
high among the resplendant names of
history and none but the hopelessly
Ignorant would for one moment
charge bi.n with motives other than
ROBERT E. LEE.
(1'xtr.tft from the address of Dr. E.
A. Alderman president of the Univer-
sity of Virginia at the banquet to
President Tnft at Petersburg Va.
May 19 1903.)
Sympathetic and curious friends
from other lands and states some-
times wonder why Virginia and the
south give to General Lee a sort of
Inte'tisity of lovp that they do not give
even to Washington. The I'ason Is
simple to those who knew Virginia
tod I.ee Washington stands high
(b an spotless like the shaft that
eennmeniorates his fame in the na-
tional capital at the gateway of our
republican history symbolizing the
majesty of the era of origins and guc-
ce.KS. Ice is a type of embodiment of
nil the best there.. Is In the sincere and
romantic history of the whole state.
Its triumphs. 1 ts defeats. Its joys its
sufferings its rebirths. Its pride its
patience center In him. In that reg-
nant figure of qub-t strength and In-
vincible rectitude and utter self-surrender
may be discovered the com-
plete drama of a pieat stock. As he
stood at Arlington on that fateful day
in 1SSI. smiting his bands In p.gony
over a decision he needs must make
his ftgony was th9 people's agony; as
he rode In triumph by virtue of genius
and valor through the storm of vic-
torious battle his glory was their
glory; as be stood forth amid vicissi-
tudes ever unshaken of disaster or
unspoiled by success his fortitude
was their fortitude; as the result of
the great appeal waa seen to rest at
last upon bis broad shoulders and bis
operation of every republican member
ot Congress ia this effort; that If any
republicans oppose such of his recom-
mendations as are party measures
that ! such as are promised la the
piatform he will not strengthen sucB
members by giving them the accug-
tome d shares of the patronage. !
Now the Question arises is this
presidential policy retroactive? Is It
aimed at the insurgents for their
course in the tariff session or ia it
designed to procure their support for
the future program? ;
'Mr. Taft's tariff pledge were plain.'
other things but never gives it to us
or tries. We say the democrats will
no: help us but fights us all the time.
Well why not look at it in a sen-
sible way. We fought the democratic
pariy all the time. If a man does all
he can to injure me do you think I
shall go out of my way to favor him?
You know I will not neither will any
other man. Now the democratic party
la Juxt like that. We colored people
have fought it al! our lives and we
are not in position to ask favors of It.
That is our situation we cannot ask
favors of the democratic party and
the republican will not grant a favor
when It can.
What Is the colored voter going to
do about it? We make a business of
fighting the only party that Is able to
help us and give our aid to the party
that fills us up with promises but
gives us nothing more substantial
We want education for our children.
We want A fine school h(iust lust a
The meaning of the tariff plank of the . v ' A 'v ...
fine aa the one made forthe whites
platform was pla n. Ey the test of . v . . .
such as the law contemplates we shall
... . have. If we had given the support to
pledges the insurgents are the only
supporters be had la the tariff session.
They were the only republicans who
the democratic party we have given
the republican party we should have
had that hnust Inn? hpcj
souKbt to live up to the platform and v. . . " ... ...
. Now why not do the sensible thing
io itc e-ji..'i laiiuus vi u;r luusai
Hence by this test patronage ac-
cording to the President's policy in
using it should be denied to the re-
actionaries not to be retroactive this
patronage pe nalty.
Well then what ere the probabili-
ties as to the l.-glslatlon already re-
comruended by the President with re- oln(r jt
ference to tne railroads and trusts
and that Indicated by the President as
to the the conservation of the natural
resource's? So far as Mr. Taft has de-
fined his purposes those purposes will
ba supported by the progressive re-
publicans. If there Is opposition it
will come from the reactionaries from
tie same source that opposition to
honest tariff revision came from. Sure-
help the democratic party and see
if they will not help us. For myself.
I am sure w e w ill get our School house
If we only do the square thing by the
party in powj-r. As for voting the
ticket white men do not vote to-
gether. A thinking man muxt dis
agree with another man some time or
is not natural for men to
think according to color. When we
all vote the republican ticket Just be-
cause we are all of one color we
show that we lack the thing that
makes the white man successful the
power to think for oneself. We will
never be worthy of recognition and
trust until we show that we have in-
dividual integrity and we cannot dc
o KANSAS CITY STOCK o
o MARKET. o
O J. A. Rkkart jrrepw)nderjt. O
Kansas City Ktock Yards Jan !
Receipts' of quarantine cattle last
we k showed the same lack of quality
and finish that has characterized sup-
ply In that division for several weeks
although there was a slight sign of Im-
provement last of the week. Prices
were lower first of the week but the
market closed the week with all of
the loss regained. The run Monday
was 23 cars containing a better as-
sortment than usual market steady
to 10 lower. Among receipts today
was steers at 14 C5 to fu.To. which
Included several lots at 13.20 and 11.20
weighing fcCO to 930 lbs. The top
steers weighed 1130 Jbs. Fed cows
are worth up to 14. 30 cancers at 12.73
to 13.40 bulls J3.40 to 11.30 choice
veals 17.00 to $$.00 several strings
of Texas calves here today weighing
230 to 230 lbs at $4.33 to $3 00. The
imn of cattle in the native division was
i small last week after Tuesday but
there is a fair run today mainly rae-
idiurn grade short fed stuff. There is
a strong demand among consumers
jfor cheap meat and the lower grades
I of fed stock find a broad ou'let. The
fact that average quality of fed
'steers Is far below par is taken to
'indicate a shortage of cattle later in
the winter with a corresponding
strength and the prediction is made
'that the feeder who wins this year
J will be the one that sticks at bis
j feeding operations the same as this
j Individual has won out each of the
lat several years.
Hog sellers took the buyers into
;camp early last week and dictated
terms each day thereafter with the
exception of a small decline at the end
of the week net advance for the week
13 to 23 cents. The run is 9000 here
Monday two thousand below first es-
timate ar.d the market Is strong to 5
higher top $8.63 bulk $5.30 to $s.C0
light bogs up to $3.52 'a pigs $7.00 to
$7.&0. Although receipts are running
only a little more than half the sup-
ply at this t'un- a year ago at all the
markets crippled railroad service is
partly responsible and the altitude of
the market Is not considered safe. A
slight Influence would bring a break
in prices and country buyers are be-
ing told that caution is necessary la
Sheep and lambs sold lower middle
of last week but closed with a good
advance and at the highest priees of
the winter. Run was 9'00 here Mon-
day market steady to 10 lower lamb3
at $?.23 to $8. GO feeding lambs
around $7.00 yearling $0.73 to $7.30
wethers $410 to $3.50 ewes $4.73 to
$3.60 goats $4.00 to $4.30.
QU1GLEY BACK CLAIM
OF REFORM WITH COIN
that bv continually si ioW ici? that U'a
ly this prospect ought to be as clear . . . ... . .
.... . do not have sense enough to think for
ourselves. 1-e-t'a split our vote and
be thinking men and let us work for
the rood ol our rueiolo I.Co thle.k a
not the President withhold all patron- jjme
age according to his policy in using it
to the Preside nt as it is to the casual
In view of this prospect why should
until each member cf Congress de-
fines Ms personal position.
According to the President's own
standards the progressives who have
been tentaully denied patronage are
Sincerely yours for the good of our
people J. A. DAVIS.
' That the Parsons Business College
supplies more stenographers and book-
keeora thjtn hhv nthar a..).....la in
much moro likely to earn it than are the 11lre SouUlWf.8t s evidenced by
those to whom it has been given with- the fart that during the past year 833
out conditions K. C. Times. falls w're received and 333 positions
filled. Enter this Institution and you
O are sure of a good position. Mld-
A STRENUOUS CAMPAIGN COMING winter term Just beginning. Notes
It is amusing or would be were it V.Z fx'rM fat's-
v ... faction guaranteed. Fine catalogue
not sv exasperating to hear the wl afnt upon req!Ullt 3j.j
Guthrie. Okla. Jan. 19. J. B. Quig-
ley the reformed wholesale seller of
illegal intoxicants is out with an of-
fer of a $100 reward to any person
that can prove that be ships back Into
Oklahoma any of the liquors confis-
cated by the state from bootleggers
here and sold to Quigley at Kansas
City under the name of the Missouri
Commission company. Quigley was
annoyed by an article telling of bis
conversion to good govenmcnt but
hinting that he might be shipping
back Into Oklahoma the very liquors
he was buying from the state.
Quigley contracts not to shin any
of the stuff back into Oklahoma when
he buys It. -
His offer of $100 Is for each ship-
ment which can be proven to have
been returned into or part back into
the state from which he bought It.
Quigley is now living at Kansas
City and formerly made hi head
quarters at Oklahoma City and Tulsa
where he acted aa general manager for
the selling of Helm's brewery products
in Oklahoma. He has figured in num-
erous grand Jury investigations and
swore off from his evil career so 'tis
said when the state enforcement de-
partment caught 176 barrels of his
stuff at Oklahoma City.
THE SECOND SEMSTER
AT THE STATE UNIVERSITY.
Norman Okla. Jan. 19. One more
week and the first scmster will be'
elided. The students are already pre-
paring for the final examinations
which begin Monday January 24th
The enrollment for the second spinster
is expected to be in advance' of the
first as the new engineering building
will be completed during this time
and the law school is drawing stu-
dents from all or the state. The
second semster begins on January
31st the enrollment lasting for two
Regular class work will begin on
Wednesday February 2 at Ight
o'clock. The second semster is a
good time for those to attend who
have been teaching short terms or
have otherwise been kept out of
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The Weekly Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1910, newspaper, January 21, 1910; Vinita, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc772550/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.