The Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 16, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THI WEEKLY OKLAHOMA 8TATE CAPITAI SATURDAY AUGUST 4, 1300
THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPIIAL. Ir ™ "ADER, CLAIMS ARE HONEST GUTHRIE S RAILROADS AND FACTORIES EEPUBLICAN ACTION IN TENNESSEE
WHY IS THE LIGHT FEARED? MAKE CERTAIN A SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH INTENDED AS WEDGE INTO SOUD SOUTH
The people of Logan Bounty, inmost to a man "iuthrie holds almoM undisputed the title of the moet | Reeent events show the determination of the re-
cant all of the just claims of the county paid when ralntantisl city in the new state. First of all. it has' publican party to exert its grcatwt efforta in an
due. ^ et they want value received for their money huilt largely bv Guthrie mone\ The foundation endeavor to break up the solid south. Taking eour-
u"'-v fw|uires supplies ami the aommiawoners |'or the greatest uty in tlie southwest ha<- been laid, more a(je from the successful fidht in Missouri two years
proceedings must be published. Honest printing 'Mention limng given the foundation than the building, ago when a L'uite.l States senator aud
■/ The State Capital Company.
FRANK H. GREER. EDITOR.
Daily by Carrier—Strictly in Advance.
Daily by Meil—Strictly In Advance.
Nft subscription will be eent by
i i Guthrie.
hums should he paid. N„ one objects. The juit
b.oo 'be Leader atraiust the county should be
n 11 ( wed, but ihe taxpayer* will stand for no hold-np.
10.40 evidence seems to prove that the Leader is
!!.! i.00 planning one.
.... 2.o« The
One f—r by tnaJf
4.00 Jitor of ths? paper haa not given heed to
l in tha oity •* f'1*' injunftion to "avoid the appearance of evil."'
i holding back claims and using sub-rosa methods
he has given foundation for the belief t^at he haa
•10® h'eu grafting" the county, and haa planned
Guthrie has never been boomed. The time that other
cities have apent in that, Guthrie ha# used in getting
railroads, and factories and those thing* that make cer-
tain the prosperity and healthv growth of a city.
Guthrie now l as the capital of the new state of Okla-
homa ; factories employing more men than are employed
iu similar concerns in any other Oklahoma city, and
railroad advantages the equal of those posH'sied by any
city in the great southwest. With this substantial foun-
dation, Guthrie is now ready for the greatest develop-
ment in the history of anv American . ity. ami the
great clean-up. He had wiped out all of Isst vear's,
itippiy fund by Jan L\ and still had $1,000 worth pe"p'" ht'r" are °rg*nizim and getting together in a
* f claims on file. Hja |a„t claim was filed Dec. 2* w,iv t,iat ,n*urPS making of this record.
of the congressional officers and state officials were
gained, the party will try to duplicate the perform-
ance elsewhere in the south.
The nomination of Henry Clay Evans, former
pension commissioner, who has the president of the
United .Slates, an I the chairman of the National
Hepublican committee behind him. for governor of
Tennessee is a step in this direction. Tennessee
once elected a republican governor, and with dis-
Warty haa killed more people than
Married men find U easier to be bowed
than te boae.
There a talk af Hensley taking back
tac El Heno Democrat.
Miami. I. T. business men are getting
rich off the product of kay.
A lutie friendliness la worth
lot of financial assistance.
l.ife appears to be about the moirt valueless thing i cotinl
"" Ru,sl4- Sinee Dec. 2«. he hi* furmahed
1 Ihe count*
lie now haa, according to report* 5.00<> a«ain*t the i , T,,wd*.v' P P«* announcementi. of two-
—(things that add much to Guthtie^f railroad advantSMS.1
Osage Journal, Pawhuska: Postmaster
McGuIre informs us that the MldlanJ
Valley will put o the regular mall aer-
vle on July 30. Thla service will ex-
tend from Fort Smith, Ark., to Arkana. :
City. Kan. Heretofore there has beet
no mall service north of Tulsa except i
pouch servhee to Hklatook and the inaug-
uration of a new service will be much ap-
preciated by Pawhuska, us weli as tin
new towns along the lines that have *<
cord in the democtic party, a united republican I |
organization, a strong, able man at th head ot th*
ticket, there is even reason to believe that an open- j or J m Finney of Norman haa ac
in* wedge will be driven in to the ".Solid South ' *'/"J th« J™1"0" of for ' • I
- vklahorna Daily Post.
The constitutional convention fixes the
lime to vote on the constitution.
Heware of the man with the tittering
laugh, for he is usually email of soul.
Is a step in the right direction and nnoul4
be encouraged. The products of this sec
Hon won prises in the great World's fail
at St. Louis and an exhibit can be madt
this fall for the benefit of those seeking
new locations from the north and east
that will prove an irresiatlble attractlor
to thousands of good farmers. The per-
sonnel of the first officials of the or-
ganisation insures uts complete success.
many supplies to
Fop almost seven months no bills have I
Mail scrum will be e.Ubluhe.1, AuffiM H. between | Th" «rowth of ,h<> manufacturing industry "n.,™*
Cherokee. Ok., and Kiowa. Kansas. The purchase of ,ho 8ou,h "n(l i,s manv benefits to labor are be*
A Jew who remains in Ruwia in eertmnlf medi-' hren prewnted For what purpose .j,..." i|"c I ' Ijcr riRn,a '''' un ' 'I10 eompletion of " lu; 10 leJ' ^"r the j-epublican party. People an'
t Increasing in all the towns of
iate since the farmers are mak-
i good wagon roads.
taldng sntnde. |hold back claims for seven months! N it aeekiny
n .10 . m detection in the padding of bills* Is it
f?r,"nP,t •We p" •mo"nN ""'v f sending in "dnmrnieaf Does ,1 feci that .Is bill. V'"V" I , '
WO,000,000. Kmphains is placed on the -'Only. - Won 1,1 not bear close semt.ny? Dues ,| lV«r that it inl"
. __ . lf 'fl a claim for a blank book delivered .'JO davs
If tlie marderer of White cannot !> • g« tt?n out . back, th
of jail in any; other way he might be "Thawed" I And why does th
OD^ ^ tioes 1
"(stern Oklahoma. The road runs directly through fPep<,h, that republican government and principles
; 1 iirfield ;in«l Woods ••oiinty, while the j>eople from |Dlire lo ^cir advantage, that a protective policy
formcrlv went to Wellington, Kansas, j ®8 essential to the existence « i the new ami rapidly!
n« u make connections at Kiowa, stopping only long growing manufacturing induatries of the south;
i,h iu that town ir •(inner, fie- !■ the line t«* an^ that voting as they believe best for their coun-
Tha traveling printer has been rele-
gate! to rtfrvion Linotypes and female
typos are the cause of It all.
A sister of a church is always ma 1
when the preacher makes a friendly call
when she is putting up fruit.
j "Brotherly love" is the motto in politi-
cal world of the new state.
Pond Creek will hold a four day cam
val and atreet fair In 6eptetnber
Rome men who never pay any tax «
have the atomach-ache and headache all
... " ' ll,1>Mn|l,*ni permit sti'-li prae-;n^orj (;titiiri<* tl: * fir-it direct Oklahoma lin«i to Colo- Ihe issues < f th:* day is far better for the southerner
I hose are the .piestiona the people ,-e pro- jra(i0. • ' than the mere giving heed to old prejudices on elf.-
pound if 14? mi „„ , 1 4
. I he other item was of s' ill greater importance. 1 h * tion day.
tinted. Evidentlv aouw on. in of the „„i„i th„, k W,y wb"'? I'"' ""M*' f,,nd r"''unl ** ri I'"-" of the Si. |.m,is. Kl Reno ami Western by th. !
■v.pf. the people may find the reason wh> Logan Fori 8m and WEST BEHIND MOHAMMEDAN C0UN I • —
W?" ' >lrhl l«"' why 111" lit ti It lie II.- Iv .. ! road will ! • .xtendcl «. > TRIES IN PROPERTY RIGHTS OF WOMEN . kX™.UR,P°e" H rao" ."mi it'll
The Qiicago candy factoriea are now being inve
igated. Evidently some
the cancty mice are real.
i'tilted States District Attorney Johr
VJmhry will buiid a business block ovei
On account of no election this fait j Okmulgee.
ma so. ialist meeting heretofore ad- •-*-
verused have been called off. flime tfpub]leans are tlWnklng now
adays what General Grant said jear
'*re^ silver has been discovered at ago. "Let us have peace."
Stillwater and the Bryanites were happy. •
A man found a dollar on Main street.
V Th. coffin in wbieh Ru .ll Sage", bodv r^a!Z'^v '"et mI! -f,' V -r ^ Orient railroad «t Cordell, j (ieo. S. hatchcller. naaociatc juafee of the inter-
tost $23 000 Such extravagance -„ ., va. ' . . ,. ' " " 1 ,h® ,'onut> N ••• wof gn-at.-.t important national court of appeal*, at Alexandria. Egvpt. hna
«S^ISt Jenl HtaUkS g^iUvtMr't ,°n "r , > '^1 : ;..o 1. icrri- written a„ interesting article on the Native
Bn undu* advantage " ! , , , >' l'l' r-M.t t-ry. n m ■- Uwb>- n>or<>..., -<ibl.-. and (lutbric will I'ropcHv Ri;l,ta of Women in Mohammedan ( '.
«U uuwiv ouv u abr. ,|iaf lt a||0Ws I;t.to work ita nefariou* ,l e tin
m y ' chemes is ai
uuthria s "Factory Town
j Fpfiiale detectives are always good
i look rig and the fool men tell all tlie i
aocrets to them and always get caught.
I of news. It is republican in politics. !
j The latest invention In the telephom
t Is talkel around that some preach- ""ysteni is a stopper that puts an euc
• will give a prise to the Qne who w it , 10 'ov® talkers and a sure cure for gon
to sleep during the delivery of their alpers.
„ rtain. Klse, why ia there no r.nlroad «\ntctn
, , t along the Cottonwood m- thod in the filing of bill) aguiuat the mipplv fun I' hail mode the -urvev M
near the north of the c.tv >• making a record break- The people want ho.ieaty and compctenc.v i„ t'„ Cn.ina. .-,,rk i- air ,<l
I. II w■ II ire (inthr
in growth. A canning factory with
of 45,000 cana ia now to be added.
competency in g
lana.fltj Ju-lmii:i-tration of Ihrir fira.ieial uTuir.. They in-isi
that the Leader file nil ita holdover bills for the ti-
... ... " ~ ' "7" l'a' year ending July l t at once, and that t" claim <
Anion, politicians are beginning to admit that for oipplies |„,|| mM| (|,lnI1„ , .
there is a powibility of the voters of that territory ! wirhjn reaaonabl . time r the ■
accepting statehood with New Mexico under th- ui.hed. Th- I thwart th- .11 of i
enabling act pained by the last congren. „|m ,, .
Ti ~ ~ keep them in Ihe dark In Hlippinv i i i
It to fifty years ago that Russell Sage was a or - month.-, aftc • ti - - , ■ - -, - ,
member of congress and as the fact is being n,-n „j hcl. but there will le a da. ,-f r'-cko i Th •
tinned, I Kansas City paragrapher remarks that i: people will grl • say" ,,,,1 ,, will I,, „ , .- ,
down his one. 'I h- pcopfe are discovering the Irntli of whitl
|Sheriff Hart Murphy >uid wbout Nit>!«
" • u co„ Von're the \ orst grafter, 1 ever sa\
The dissolution of parliament by the Czar appears
I «'ountrie*, Jutfge Batcheller points *o the faet that
J women a rights in respect to property and material
er towns of the new state
of their brass bands than
the framing of the new con-
The latest railroad talk over in tiie
Indian Territory is the extension of t
(J. and C. C. road now the Frisco from
Okmulgee to Hhawnce.
inft« now. with another to j
erer^-tir more line> thai
Santa Fe system. Outhrn
am! t'v Kock I iim !
i, which in th
ers en I inann-
ia plain that a person can never live
after all to have been a master stroke, lie is let HOW THE OSAGE NATION PEOPLE
ting everything else go in an effort to restore order. REGARD THE ALLOlfttHNT BILI,
If he succeeds the world will entertain a higher Next to statehood le-islntiou. pmhabl n-.thin ■
opinion of him than it hnn in the past. | WB, „f w, L,mil inil)111.tancc. i„ ,he ...
„ " | legislation pertaining to Oklahoma and Indian T-i
The fort bmith and Western bfiiecrs say that the ritory affairs, bv the last
Mii'« or (Jreer <otmt'
( !itl:rie 1 ts five S,„ttn Ye
ii' rt|iwi'~t di Oklitiroma eha'
e?nter in sin- otl'CT city on t?
lias elv) jhe Krttv, tlie Frisci
: rd lition. ti e Fi rf S 'irh and ^
n-j.tter of o!Te (IntT rie nnol
eouficvtion i* Iwing Imilt that will
first dire t 0!vl«hoin:i line to i'oV.v-i in.
ManiifactnieiK ha • not Ixvn t<> 1 • v.lmt the? •
ntliH r,,''roa^ n<l vim nice* ntem to OaiiM.:', and tie city has
nip; plant tint * gives employment to nor- jxnple the yen
li-ound than ur.v two otl'.e-< in tl A p. w state. It has n
1 •■• i wyrks and holler factory, that
nking the first hoil-i^ evir
"n *'r ll ,, M 'udent t^ie.s.,, In contrast to the lateness and tardiness
t -. Kl Ih-no and Wester* (,f tlio recognition of women's ri/hts in winter
lell, so iut'( h of the pn -
tie. The extension from
limrt line through either,
possessions of pecuniary value have prevailed in
the la gey,t sense anion": .Mohammedan people for
inar y «e.it lines. Whether single or married, Mn-
i*. mine.Ian women are absolutely free in res pee t to
property relations. Tl.ey may inherit, buy and sell
a /ti aeqiiire by all the methods of legitimate busi-
ness just n>i men can, and they may carry on any
trade or proles i<m an i n.anaue th* i • business affairs
wii.'.oii the participation of husbands, parenU,
brothers or other persons than themselves or any
a rent whom they may designate. Justice Batch-
"It is not the policy or general practice for heiM T" a notic* °r a c3rc,0T1« in western Ok- • the tM i governor of Oklahomi
, , i , i. : i. , .. . , . " ilioma a paper said that It blew tn*' ha: he may res.de at Guthrie
• t i tlieii heritage: and. an the patriarchal system wind out of the constitutional conven-1 —
!«,, < I.':i«rel i. prevails, the old"st capable male member of the ,on r*ndldate . Marshall Tribune; The new federal
Hdnhniiu. Till family is usually authorized to administer the sue- ... ... : at Oatlirto to awn t* b* oeovpM. This
— The latest out is that man iu sprung
' °>s are waking up on thr from a goat. They are (he only animal*
< kname proposition and are advocar- that poster tobacco, wear whiskers an I
i "Boomer" state. They give RplcndM sic iciincd to butt-in.
M on for the name.
—. Jefferson Review; This life i« mostly
Tn Mu kov # Tlmrs-L> mocrats says ma s up of people who imagine they
111 be 5.0ft) elective oftlcen- v . intended to do something better
ew state and 26.W0 candidates than their present vocation.
II soon be a hot time.
The business men of Goltry have d*-
idf-d .o give another celebration thla
aii .n tiie way of a fair or old settler*
elebrat.on as was given last fall.
The vote was a tie between El Reno
and Geary for the plate to hold the con- :
eressional convention In the second dls-
i ti let. Oeary won out In the draw.
Newspapers don't always tell the truth
ftime of the republicans in Pawn «
unty claim ths? Dditor Ed Gray wann
may reside at Guthrie.
newly acquired St. Louis, Kl Reno & Western will
be extended at once to Kiowa county and the Orient
railroad, if the country to be traversed comes up
to their expectations. That assures the extension,
for there is no better courftrv in the southwest.
The wedding of Congressman Bourke Cochran
and Miss Anne Idc, daughter of Governor General
Henry C. Ido of tho Philippines will be the fourth
aa a result of the Taft trip, tiie wedding of the
LonKWorth's being tlie tirat. When it cnnics to
sprightlincss Taft isn't in it. Cupid has him beaten
mnitress. as the enacting
of the McGuire allotment hill into a law. Statehood
and the creel ion of the Osage Nation into 11 county
would have amounted to little had the latter hill
failed. At least this is the way the Pawhuska Daily
Capital regards it. and the Capital being iu the
center of the reservation, that is soon to be on.-
of the banner counties, should know What is ex
pecU-d of the allotment measure is aummod up by
the Capital in the following: I
"While the residents in this reservation have been
greatly interested in the statehood bill and a num-
ber of others which have been considered by the'
present congress, there has been one thing that to j
We*l.m Union Trlpgrapti com- l« onp of Um really nn« bulhUnci in tti«
t I 111 lor Ih<- new #Mv|ce-si in 1111U distribute the revenues according to the p«nj it intttlHnc ifM^n n.w ciork t.rrHwy ..n,i mi. ouihr.« bat 1 righi
tion mill, iiii h will ho tin- onlv plant of the kin.I It-gal proportions. It frequently happens that b'- ln T';,#a- Th* tim« it correct*.! from t. wnik with h«r h««d in the air
a partition—and any heir may demand the setting ^ <"~rV"*rr " ^ L.^ ^'U.^T.'r'
apart of his or her inheritance— a single room iu ! for the new atate. "The Boomer state"
the house will full to an heir, who thereby acquires M "ou? •au«ht«p ot a l""™ ^ popuisr, having a
, . , . .... . . , , , ' n"tr rheco,"h- Is dead She attempted majority of 2.000 votes over any o her
an absolute title, with right ol access, although tho t*. light a flre with coal oil and sn name.
remainder of the house may eventually be owned 'xp,08lon folM>wed. which resulted in 1 ——
by strangers; or a single Kierat of laud, situated iu '' crl,p j,h"
' ln* horses that made ths run" on April
a large tract belonging to others, may be owned by The Shawnee Herald wants nil lawyer r. . IWI, are roquested to bring them to
U poor woman who has the right of way and irri- ' ,J"I<s",e8 for constitutional convention Norman on the 3rd and take part In the
. .. . "id the Tecumseh Standard say.«: "We parade They would attract more atten-
uation privileges the same as the greater proprietor, would hav* a "peach" of a constitution • >n and be more Interesting than the
; Many legal actions are brought by women for the! ' th* convention were aii lawyers." j "89ers" themselves.
j maintenance of their rights often violated by the A, P31ldidatM f— |h# POn8mullonB: Carney Ettt#rprl.^A11 our m#ch.nic<
larger adjoining proprietors. Quite recently, • an | convention will soon get Into print an- ir.' busy now. There is conaiderabt* stir
action was maintained in the mixed courts bv h I q«est!ons put to them of thetr among the people of uiis
wnlls are now tip about t'veul v fr t for the
in the two territories and ,praetii-all> the onlv one west
>f the M — ; pi. In addition (Inthrie has two I a r ire
cotton oil mills, one « f which i- in course of constrnct-
ion, a cotton eompre.-*. eompletcil during the last vear.
1 flie largest flouring mill in Oklahoma, a corrugated enl-
1 \«*rt manufacturing plant that lias l>een supplying mn-
iterial for the Orient railroad and many other manufai-
taring pN jtu.
Kveryoni* r ;i!i/.e- what railroads and ^anufactnrie-
| mean for a citv, and realizing this, no one can doubt
that there i- a great future before Guthrie, the capital
I of the new state of Oklahoma.
PRESIDENT THWING TALKS OF DECLINE
| woman, whose single room, one the third floor, was
OF THINKINu BY COLLEGE GRADUATES j damaged by the giving away of a supporting wall
Because of a quarrel between Messrs. Niblack and 0,1 the ro8t
them has been more important and necessary th n I.. 1>reiUtlc°t.( lli"'les Ihwing, ot ^ the estern ■ iu a 8tonc on ,he ground floor, through the fault
Coyle, all of the bills which were allowed by th
county commissioners July 20, were held up Jul,
21. Under the present regime it appears that th
affairs of th« county must be run in the interests of
, .. ,, , ... I Reserve University, is the author of an articl
That one was the allotment bill pro-[tit|ed ..CoU(>gl. studenU HS Thiakers...
viding for the division of the lands
the Osage tribe of Indians. Statehood brings th.
ils and monies n£ j Thwiiig fears that there is reason to believ
en"iof the owner, a foreigner.'
greatest of boons to Oklahoma and the Indian Ter-
ritory, where titles to the land can be secured, but
the editor of the eveniug paper. Such democrats ,0 ",p Osage reservation, statehood without allot-
as Coyle and Bart Murphy don't count, while com
mon creditors are not even to be considered.
The county commissioners, when they orderjd
warrants drawn for the $15,000 in back claims, Jul.
'20, knew that tHo bills wore just and lawful. The
only reason they rescinded their action on the 21st
was that they learned Mr. Coyle would be benefited
The creditors do not care about the differences of
Mr. Niblack, Mr, Coyle and the County board, but
they do object to having the money legally an I
rightfully due them, withheld because of this per-
sonal democratic fight
A year ago there was one factory in North
Guthrie, the Roller Mill. Now there is the South
■western Iron Works, which can make a 5,000 pound
casting, all gray iron products, and boilers, being
the only plant in the territory that can build theni:
work is well mnder way eu the $150,000 Cotton
Mill, the only one in tho new state; another iron
factory is furnishing material for the Orient rail-
road; work will begin iu 60 days on a canning
factory with a capacity of 45,000 caus daily, and a
company is trying to get a site for a big grsiu
The Longworths have enjnyed an automobile
accident they inay come home from Kurope now
fading that they have enjoyed all that may be
Gatluie has direct linei of railroads reaching into
erenr itction of the new state. That is the reason
Guthrie is getting more factories than any other
two eitks <n the twin tcratwri«8.
inent is a delusion. As long as the lands of the
Osages are held in common there can be no real pros-
perity for their reservation True, the statehood
bill provides for a county government to be pro
mulgated by the constitutional convention, but there
would be no solid, substantial basis upon which to
build a prosperous county. With allotment the im-
mense cattle pastures will be broken up and put I
under the plow. The land, mueh of which is
| college men are becoming, as a class, less eager to
undertake to carry forward earnestly the labor
of thinking, and he refers to reports made by sev-
eral distinguished educators that seein to confirm
this apprehension. Iu the course of an inquiry as
to the cause of this condition, he suggests that the
titling colleges may be primarily responsible for it,
through giving way to the temptation to sacrifice
the intellectual power of thinking to the mere gain-
ing of facts for the passing examinations. The in-
! creasing luxuriousness of academic life may tend in
the same direction, as undoubtedly does the great
that j FROM A NEWSBOY OF FOREIGN BIRTH
fertile as any in the world, will be in demand. Ifi""'™1 ,ak''n ,b' the undergraduates in athletic
restrictions prevent its sale, there will be plenty of ™"cerDS- 1 "r laPs- ,ht" ^use ot the elective
men who are anxious to leas.- it. s-vli1tom ol suulu's throuSh which the student may
-The taxation of the surplus lands will insure Imake f°r h'Wself a curriculum through which he
the maintenance of a system of public district schools 1 ma-v paddle, should be taken into account, and
and this fact alone will be of vast advantage in bring. I ,l"'ss,'bly tlle I"'™'1*™ ' of a growing num.
ing in the very best class of renters. Manv of these! ,"'r "f m,'n who ProP(,,e lo Mlow commercial or
opinion of what to put into th# new con
stitutlon. Thl« will he a good plan t
put somt canu>uat«8 out of hi^aliiem.
Mrs. W. W. 'Daniela. of Selling, Dewey
lounty, wife of Kepienentative Daniels
of the eighth legislative assembly, pur-
chased an Indian headgear, tlie feathers
will locate with the intention of eventually buying
a home hs soon as it can be done.
"Osage county will soon be noted for her fertile
soil, her abundant harvests and the most progressive
and prosperous citiaeus of any county in the new
Bryan is trying to break in Roosevelt s class cs * 4. • , 1T . ,
■ . i v. i .. .... thinking; it is nothing else. History mav be pre
a peace maker. At London he said people should
not kill each other first and investigate the ques
tions involved afterwards." Nice sentiment, but
Roosevelt's peace record encompasses deeds as well
A canning factory would be a big money-maker
in Logan county, which is the banner fruit county
of the new state, and it is understood that a com-
pany has been organized to build a factory, work to
begin in sixty days, that will have a capacity of
4o.000 cans daily.
TO INFLUENTIAL PLACE IN SENATE.
There is an inspiration for the young man in the
life of Knute Nelson, senator from Minnesota, who
was born in Norway ana started in life as a news-
boy on the streets of a Wisconsin town from which
he moved to Minnesota in 1871. During the last
session of congress he objected to a bill pr0vidint!'with Scott Ha,r*rove a" po'tmaster: Quy'
" j with W. A Parker as postmaster; Ap-
tliat newsboys shall be properly licensed before be- pieton. with m. e. Dorman as post-
ing privileged to cry their papers on the streets of
Washington. Jt was on this occasion that he tol l
the S'enate that he was a newsboy in his youth, put-
ting it in the following language: 4,I began life
ill 1840 as a newsboy. I had to earn my living. |„t whlch moted n.arir to tn. bottom
I do not think it is fair that a good, honest boy must of her dress. The other day sue put on
i- 1 .• i . oi 1 th® new paraphernalia and started over
procure a license before he can sell newspapers in; to „how Mr, Hamni011. a,1(1 0„ lh, wly
Washington or any other city. For that reason 1 quite a number of people took a glance
object to the consideration of the bill." The /ea-!11 he* and have riot *t0|>p®d runi" s
. , . .... . . , | when last heard from, while others
ture was eliminated trom the bill and it was passed.) fainted
Senator Nelson has taken au active part in the well
fare of the United States, having been a private in NN.'81®r*, 1 1 Nf:W8 In .dQy* °r
* strife between two great political parties
the Fourth W isconsm regiment during the civil war, we must remember that after all we ur<>
in which he suffered a wound and imprisonment at Jul,t a band of br°th*r" hpre on eartn,
,, . ,, , , II j we live side by side, our children attend
. . . . 4. . . t , , IJort Hudson, La., in 1863. He was admitted to the, the 9ame 8choolf and after the 8m,(ke or
subjects as, in their inherent character, demand, |)ar jn 1867 and was a residential elector in 188U. j battle has cleared away, we win sun
thinking, and also to promute such a pursuit of j Before centering the Senate on .March 4, 1895 Mr bc f'cnd> and neighbor* i*t the butcr
these subjects as does promote thinking. M,Ath>'- \plgQn served three years as governor of Minnesota out of it a tnii nirasuri! ..r
mati.-s is a subject which demands thinking. It is was a Congressman for six years. i sorrow. i/*t us m our mile city live as
' . one big, good-natured family.
"°.v rightly situated to muke one of
ihe best towns in Lincoln county and
the poople here should let no opportunl
j ty go by that would aid in forging the
Judge Thomas Lowe, ex-secratary of town forwurd.
the territory, says that Senator Nio acli | —
will be nominated for congress in :ne j McAlester Capital: Next year It will
first district and give Bird MiOuire a be the Oklahoma state league, composed
dose race. It is unnecessary to i«ay "f Oklahoma towns, altogether. Okla
that Lowe Is a democrat and dreams 1 ioma City, Tulsa, (McAlester, Muskogco,
dreams. j Hnid, Lawton. Guthrie, Shawnee, Ard-
i more. Chickasha and El Reno are after
Below is the list of new postoffices franchises and an eight club league will
established In Beaver county and their ; be formed
respective postmasters: Barden with Ho-
mer A. Langley postmaster; Gres&am. ' Geronimo and Faxon, Comanche conn-
with Thomas J. Clay as postmaster; Eva. j t> have made application to Die board
industrial pursuit is not without influence. Presi-
dent Thwing says:
"It is important for college teachers to promote
the pursuit ou the part of their students of such
seuted as a matter of acquisition; it may also be
presented as a matter of weighing evidence, as a
study of cause and effect. Economics is a subject
which specially offers opportunities for such study
as develops thinkiug. Its phenomena is complex,
and causes which prevail iu its field are obscure
These studies, and similar ones, offer a special ad-
vantage in creating and nourishing the power of
Possibly Arizona's objection to the union with
New Mexico is due to the eactkfuakea .
of county commissioners to be allowed
to incorporate their towns. This Is don«
in ord«r that the.*© towns muy get foi
their schools the $1,200 money due each
from the government for the sale of tlie
If we "are cheerful and contented all
nature smiles with us; the ulr Is balmier
the sky clearer, the earth has a brlghtei
green, the trees have s richer foliage,
the flowers are more fragrant, the birds
•"dig inoro sweetly and the sun, moua
and stars are more beautiful.
There is a scheme on foot to divide
I Woods county east and west on the town-
; Miip line between 28 and 23. and then dl-
\lde the north part into two parts be-
ween ranges 12 and 13 ami making coun-
. .--eats at Alva, Cherokee and Fairview.
Colorado and t'tah have become ex-
remeiy popular resorts for Edmond peo-
>le during tho hot weather.
The Woman's Relief Corps conduct® an
xchange on Saturdays at Bartlesville,
ind they make mone>.
In the Fort Smith & Western, Guthrie has a Norman Transcript: The people Ol Ok
healthy young railroad system that is pushing its lall0m* wUI w,tneM ®«rce an<1 furious
extensions so that it will be a big factor in the indus-
trial development of the new state.
Russell Sage who lived to be 00 years old boasted
that he did not believe in vacations. Every man
to his liking. With his mind on money constantly,
the chances are, a vacation would have done Sage
more harm than good.
Now, all at once, everybody «aik paving
fireworks in a forensic sense In the first
political campaign in the new state. Hou.
Win. J. Bryan. Hon. Jas. W. Folk. Hon.
J. W. Bailey an^l other noted democrats
have promised to tako the stump for
their party, while Senator Foraker. Sec-
retary Taft. Hou. Joe Cannon, Senator
Dolllver. Hon. Leslie M- Shaw and other
prominent republicans will elucidate for
the republicans. There'll sure be plenty
Muskogee Phoen.x: The New State
Fair association has been organized and
The Indian Territory
and "Ino" make a ma
Both territories ejaculate "United
stand for Greater Oklahoma '
Oklahoma republican editors are full of
peaches. Instead of prunes.
Lincoln counly normal ha
ment of 180 teachers.
Judge Dlckerson ot
come a wolf chaser.
Shawnee is to hav
rally next Sunduy.
Chickasha lias he-
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Greer, Frank H. The Weekly Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 16, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906, newspaper, August 4, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth353026/m1/4/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.