The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919 Page: 4 of 6
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RAIL CONGESTION YET BAD
Losses Will Re Seriou*
Relief Is Hrompt
Oklahoma City. Congestion of
■wheat movement Horn tlie rource
cleitr through to Jli > delivery ol ^nut
l)y the niiit and possilillit y that
crowdcd clcvntorc, wllh no outlrl
available, will ho unable efficiently to
linudle tho corn, ksffr. r rid milo
inalzo crops tlii* i« the car shortage
situation, as coon h> authorities Hero.
Glutted terminals «t Kan*"* ('it?.
Galveston ami New Orleans me dclaj
ins the unloading of cars of wheat
Country elevators all through thl*
state, filled to capacity, and lacking
ear; to ship out gralu. cannot relieve
the farmers of their crop.
Conditions are declared more serl
oils than ever before. A local Hour
mill, which fin some time lias been
buying v. heat all hough lis elevators
in mil, merely 10 eet in> din in
which !i was shipped and load ibem
with tioiu . say I hey liuve been told
they cannot have them.
On top of I lie wheal congestion are
liit* oncoming crops of corn, milo
maizt and I:a ft r not yet delayed, but
tr i.iemd wiili lad. t«t space iu the
Appointment of a special u fRc
li.au; ; er to as.'Utiif tull cbhife of ili
l*nlbl> conff-lert lieiplit linn eiu Dt
Mtuation iri Oklahoma. i- demanded
l.\ Ait Walker, chairman ot the cor-
poration commission, in a teles.rj.iu
sent to Walket 1"). Hint?, director gen-
<■ 1 of r.iilioaib at Washington.
Copiet: of tiie tele,-I Mil to Ilille-,
seting forth the situation In Oklaho-
ma, which is getting mcie setlous
hourly beiaust i_t the dela} in moving
the cut ion ctop v. cie stiit to t tve 11
membr. ot tin Oklahoma ut-UgatioL.
In congress. with tho suggestion that
a mootii of Hi.- ourf.ition be held
in. .■■di,i Iiii th put pose of pre-
r.i int1. a jlroii! demand to llines for
Immediate action to relieve the situ
j STATEH9USE BREYITIkI
fyi"3 of Dry Amendment.
r.t? ir.volv:n j validity of tho
rf ao li:tialatui> last winter
. r ■ ti. - national prohibition
' will be made before the
■ i' o oil t within the next week
or ten days.
Attorney General Freeling and Fl-
mer Fultcn. former aieinUr of con
gress from Oklahoma will lejueseni.
V referendum petition asking that
thfl| amendment l>, submitted to a vote
of the Hcopl. oi ihe -.late, was offered
ior filing some time ago bui was ie
jootcd by tho secretary oi state on the
grounds that the amendment aue«U>
had been ratified by ths lef.ilctuis
The resolution ratifying the .tiueUd
inent did not carry an emergency sec
lion, and it is the contention ot thc.se
b. 'tins the petition that this tnakt =
it subject to the referendum undtr the
Following a conference between
Gov Robertson and a number of
prominent citizens with a delegation
of negro leaders, Governor Robertson
named a mixed committee of nine 10
form plans for perfecting an organiza-
tion of white and negro people, de-
a iu d to bring about a better under-
standing between the races and to;
keep down that character of race pr<- |
judir-o that minfests iiself in riots and
lyncliings. Judge James R Keaton
of Oklahoma i it> wu * named t nun.
man of the committee which includes
Adjutant General c. F. lJarrelt, Judge
John W. Hay*on. John A. Whlteburst
president of the state board of agri-
culture; Charles Selby, former county
r.ttoiney, r.nd Rev. Phil C. Baird The
i groes named in the committee are
President Marquess of the Colored A.
and N. 1'niversity -^t Langston; Ros-
coe Punjee. editor of the Black Dls-
patch, and H. R. Traylcr. This com
mittee will be called to meet In ten
days to perfect a plan
Gov. Robertcon authorized the offer
ot a reward ot ?200 tor the capture of
Oscar Addington, wanted in Tulsa
county for murder. Addington is sup
posed to have killed John F. Linn,
near Tulsa on August 9.
Collections of corporation license
fees since Jhly 1 of this year have
reached a total of 1167,547.77 and
there are more than 7.000 Oklahoma
corporations delinquent in their pay-
ment of license fees.
Plans for the purchase of a suitable
tract of land for the state cemetery
authorized by f"he last legislature,
were halted when it was discovered
hat the bill, makin" the anp-oprla*
ion of 1-400 provides th- t the money
vlll not become available until the
iscal year ending in 1921. It was
bought all along that the money was
Our biy fall purchase of Shot s has romo
straight from the Star-ft-Star factory lo our
shelves where th&.\ are open for your iibpeciion
The price is marked in plain figures on I he end
of each box and this price is the factory pi in-
plus our small percentage ol profit. Wu pay on
brokers or jobbers commission on the -hot:, we
Tris big stock embraces the ikw up-to-the-
minute styles and colors made up in Kid, Gun
Me^al, and light Russian Calfskin for dress
shoes. Box Calf, Klk Tan, and heavy Oil Tan
for work shoes. Maxine, high heels and point-
ed toes, in grey, brown and black, p. iced from
$6.00. Black and Brown Kid with high Kid or
Cravinetted Wool Tops, high military or low
heel, $5.50 up. .
Girls' School Shoes, all sizes, all pricey.
< hildien r. Shoe.-, bi little and middle
I Ulster lUown Shoes from $1.50 to $5.50.
I VON DER GOLTZ STILL FIGHTS
HUN COMMANDER LEADS
ATTACK ON RIGA
I or boy-, and youiij; iiicii we Butler |
irown. round or English toe, black or tan. in
tp Kid. or light call priced from $".50 !
With Mongrrt Aimy o
rxft jiiri Aiiarchi't'
On I T.t
to $ I
Men'.-; drc -•
I If) SI 1.00.
•hoes, in black, tan, and brown.
' l>pr > ' \
, i onmiiuM* >
w rk si s, light or heavy, $3.75 and
army Ia.t, 17-inch lace Trench Boot
i \/i i. > .
i as i
\u tilt i?M: tti• . has boiti
r iiiori. n sowinnicnt to-
iler colli', the Getmaji
in ii,i lV;«i< ■■ province*,
lidini. I f p.iM ii.i his ;trli(v
Kr\c ill' ;.naulii-' hirer; at I'oi
d, i. ecrdini, iii .. !l« t- inplor: d.i ■
. u i he .
iv Oolti.'t command couhli
i'-eo ilrvii.;-' . t... 7.'-.00o kvu
Infant shoes in black, white, blue and red
from fiOe lo $2.75 per pair.
100 pair , of Fell House Slippers, all colors,
-izi for men, women and kids. You can own
a pair for $1.00 and up lo $2.25.
We ,,eli tho best overshoe (none barred) on
i.h' iiKo'l.vt I he celebrated Hid Bullyoo'!- .
it I i 93;
BIG urvs file DISC OF. 'XT: VuF
;T THf. RF: ;F.HT.
narehirt force: n Petrogratl
are expecting an aiiaol; hy (!<net
, Vuileniteh, who is eo-oiieratlng witl
UolehuU and Denikine.
60,000 Letts To Attack German#
Copenhagen.- A ili.siialeh from Uur
lin hays "iii.limi l.etts have been landed
. i Lib,'iu from Hriiisli worships and'
v.ill itllaeli the. flank oi Colonel Aval-
off Un iuondi'. troops. ^
r s i
rem Hel^inffor- i...v
i'i-.tii.-n' with ili*- Ru-
ior :-n arm> rii >
. y: a rtiapatoli
Advertising benefits tlie man who buys as well as
the man who sells. It is part of the Golden Rule of
Business and it works both ways.
Don't miss the advertisements in the Independent.
Many of them are interesting- just because of their
news and educational value alone.
But mere than that.
chase out of purchase and
Advertisement?, take the
mal es every penny clo its
This last statement it one particularly to be re-
membered when common-sense economy is not only
a national duty, but an individual necessity.
Don't Miss the Advertisements
Read i iie Independent
Junkers kthind Advance On RiQ 4
Paris li i a faet oi ihe gravort
import ci which th« world j. i,°nor-
.( .^1 li t loii tt ceuihattinr andi
4i..< i.niiti V'oii iliri- <.ii>lix ill ilit bulue
iioiiun ;-.11 .i-iuhini Irom behiBd
il.e- m fiicf- b* ;. > t-riiable povernmeiit
svliofe M(.i>i rhpital i> in daily io[u-
iuuriii.Tiion with lierlin.
i Tlii> uivsifiiou.- niini:ir> it finaOc
I t-J fiini supported b> ihe German to -
eiiimeut viiih ilit- under.'landing Unit
i -:rc3 it turcecdi in dew^iaz anarctr
j . i11 J.n I . t. r I., r,..> i 3TCC3.
| >,hiih Ku--.j niii r,. .,,.n o.'fr tj
•«ifi lii-.m domination II nas assuiut-,1
! lin- pompous iiil - of
western Kiis«i ."
Tho combine engineering I his totip
from lierlin numbers three former
members of the iliiinii, Wutz, Denitch-
eiiUo and Tommief, as well as G«n-
crals Skor«p(id/\ and Miskup'-'ky,
Wa.liiiiglon. Th> I'niled Stales
(.•iivernriionl is just as much concerned
over ih" oulhr«ul< nl Hip (!ei uian TiUS-
.si;m war ;i^;iinsi i In Keils as any of
Mjk alii'- In the siuic departmant
ihe special note of alarm struck by
iliis development in l'uropean affairs
is that Hi'- :;uprento war council now
finds it necessary to threaten Germany
with coervive measures. That is con-
strued by officials to mean that the su-
preme w;ir council proposes to sand
troops into the Ualiic provinces.
\ihal t iii Lull a--r s 111 «r -tate depart-
| ment if. ihe- anticipation that the su-
i <..icrue council i: lit r I\ io aslt ths
j l [lile-d hialt-S. lu a.-.-'ist in fijhlirig the
i.ennan Huijsian army. In ihat ey.-ii
ii will be ner.' ary lo ask the con-
sent ill eontress to send American
troops lo ilie scene and ihe authoriza-
tion of congress is regarded as doubt-
Ttie itiiit-s evidently have not t*ic-
ceeded in inducing Germany to evne-
uate the Baltic provinces. The con-
sternal ion of the allies over the news
thai a military alliance has been form
f<l between the soldier- of Gen. Von
dor Goltz. Germany's commanding cf-
j.i i r.. .i \ j j
ana tne Ru :•
i.iiar aiiMi . i
Ficwers cf Folsnd.
According t'i nn KngliOi nev.-par> r
correspondent who recently reported n
j Journey he had limd" front l'liris to
! Ihe IVilish < aiiit;i1. 1 h.• in. -r Itnpiv- !ve
speclarle that lie ^, w ■ tlx In ill'le
of lilii.-'-siiius < 1 u-1« r. <1 profit i !v v.l i.li
fringed the highwa\s ;tid l.ywtiys
nliout Wai-aw **ll the war-; of I'o-
Iniiil." he writes, "could net cheol: th?
new life that came riding through her
borders fit the head of ihe ndvr.ncing
spring: sprny-; of lilac l. unii place In |
the gray caps of Polish lancers, tulip* I
n.'"l < In- Inilt leaves tokens of the new '
___________ j d;i hi, In the garb ef [ e. r nnd peasant, j
1 1 :> i-rv'.\ here v. a-- spr'lii: vieiiling hack
Robbers Get $11,000 From Paymaster, i „ uiej,gur«« of In r ev tins rights."
Cleveland.—Six robbers held up ih« Hiit tl.e f ~-i s i-cv. r ; tiiiich ii..th e
paymaster of the Samuel Emerior of tin- .. i van " t!. tr« nt
company, and after throwing peppei
One hundred and eightesn big arni>
trucks, used at training camps during
the war, have been assigned to the
state highway department and more
are on their way, according to word
to Henry Wood, state highway com-
missioner. Altogether the state is to
receive 142. according to Wood They
will be distributed to the several
counties of the state for use iu road
construction work. The Iiucks, which
are of two-ton capacity each, were
shipped from Indianapolis, lnd. They
are virtually new, each representing a
cost of between $3,500 and 14,000.
uatln.sr Ciunfy Tick Quarantine.
Stigler —Territory north or ih0'
R. I. railway through Latimer county!
and continuing to ihe northern limits I
of Haskell county will be removed I
from quaiantine within the next few
day: according to C. L. Edniondson, |
Man superintendent of livestock in-1
epeciion. who is in Stigler checking'
up the work done in Haskell countv
Inspeetoi Edmondson says Haskell
county is not entirely free from cat
tie ticks and ihose nectlons stilt in-
lected will be placed under local quar
into his face, escaped in an automo
bile with 111,000.
More Time Given Bulgaria to Reply
Paris.—An extension of ten day-
has been granted to Bulgnria b> tin
allies for consideration of the peact
'terms. The original peilod giwn ti
the Uulgars for acceptance of i>
^ treaty was l^fteen daya. ,
iUi sent i
v i r.s
thl3 bill ;
"You have one item here. 'Profes-
sional services. S V 'i le t's clear
e: uiigh. Put what ilil* other i-hnrge,
'Kcading matter. : e, t.t-- V Is that a
"No. That's to rep j pie for ihe
niu^ii^lne \ oil i at • t-ii ' u hen \iiii left
my iitiici " Hli'i.. iiii.am AUernhJ,
■We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward j
for *ny case of Cstarrh that cannot b* !
iured by Hall's Catarrh M«dicln«.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine h s been taken
by catarrh sufTerers for the past thirty
Ave years and has become known as the
most reliable remedy for Catarrh Hall's
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous surfaces, axpellinr th* Poi-
son from the Blood and heallnc the dis-
After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a nhort lime you will art a
great improvement in \ our general
health start taking Hail> catarrh Mrdl land that the federal goveramflnt
cine at oiwe and get rid cf cautTh. Send . f, nnient OWei
U. C. V. FOR THE LEAGUE
Veterans Hold Annual Convention if
Atlanta, Ga Ratin. ation of tns
uciiuan piite ircai< and the icafuo
oi nations' covenant without amend-
ments or textual reservations was!
asked of Ihe senate in resolution*1
adopted here at Ihe annual reunion of
the United Confederate Veterans.
Officers of Ihe organization were re'
(ieiieral 1. M. ^'an /anil.' of T'Viri
NVorth, Texas, coiuiiianoer in chief.
Gen. 0. n. Vance, commander of Ihe
army of Tennessee.
Gen. Julian S. Kbit, commander o(
the army of Northern Virginia.
(.en \ irgii \ Cook, commander oi
ti he trans Mississippi department.
ihe request that Hip federal gov.
erniuent pay pensions to former con-
federate soldiers was made on Ihe
ground that *68,000,0(10 worth of cot.
ton wu illegally confiscated
I nileil Stale
overntneni during and
ami alter the war and never paid for;
that the south for more ban tbirtj
years has paid lour millions of dollar?
.towards pensions lor federal Boldlor,
for testimonials fiee
K J CHfNET A CO
dvld by >11 Uiugflsts
j the south <111 unpaid debt of 125,000..
I'OiiO loi i.iplurud propeit> which wai
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919, newspaper, October 16, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107479/m1/4/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.