Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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NEW STATE NOTES
w. c. D. Harrison, associate edi'or of
the \\'ave"-I)emocrat at Knldt ha3 re-
turned to Indiana to reside.
The Herculean task of building the
great stone wall enclosing the state
penitentiary building at McAlester is
Governor Haskell last week issued
a parole to Oliver J. .Jewell, a boy mur-
derer, who it is said was led to com-
mit the crime by reading dime novels.
Editor Holden of the Ft. Gibson Post
has a fig tree in full bloom and he ex-
pects it to bear fruit this season. It Is
believed that this is the only tig tree
in the state of Oklahoma.
Throughout central, western and
southwestern Oklahoma laBt week the }
rainfall averaa?d about one and a |
half inches, while showers fell in al-
most every county of the state.
A staement was made last week by
Sapulpa capitalists that they are in-
terested in the contract to construct
a-, electric road from Joplin via Mi-
ami, Bartlesville and Tulsa to Sapulpa
ROOSEVELT" IS SOUTHWARD
BOUND BEARING PARTY.
EXPL0RI16 Plan HIDDEN IN NORTH 5FI!
Complete Details cf American's North,
crn Conquest arc Vet Unknown
—Communication on Northern
Coasts is Bad.
BELLAMY'S PAY IS STOPPED.
PERRY ALSO SUCCESSFUL
FROM ARCTIC DARKNESS AMERI-
CAN SENDS MESSAGE.
'NEVER GIVES UP FIGHT UNTIL
HE IS LICKED."
Announcement that a tenant league
had been organized among the tenants
of Oklahoma was made at the state
socialists' convention at Ardmore last
Rigid precautions are bring taken
by the Tulsa county authorities to
guard Arthur Brown, the ''0-year old
Osage county farmer, who confessed
to killing his father for the love of his
In his report for the month of Aug-
ust State Game Warden J. F. Askew
states that 2,087 domestoc hunting li-
censes were issued, and one non-resi-
dent license, the former at $1.25 each
u aid the latter at $15.
A commitee appointed by the Con-
feileate veterans to locate the site for
the state Confederate home, located
the home on 40 acres of land lying
north of Ardmore. Plans will be made
and the building of a $50,000 home will
commence at once.
semis message to friends in suie
Resolution Declares Matter Must Be
Tested in Court.
Guthrie, Okla.—The state hanking
board has adopted a resolution, the e(
f^rt of which is to deprive Lieutenant
Governor George \V. Bellamy of his
$175 salar> per month as chairman of
Hope for Recovery is Not Restored tile board, unless the courts decide
that Mr. Bellamy is entitled and legal-
aetl'.ori.'.' d to draw this in addition
I to the $1,000 per year paid by the
Although His Improved Cortd-i
tion Gives a Erief New
Lease on Life.
Associate Justice Jesse Dunn of the
supreme benc h will not be a candidate
for the democratic nomination of gov.
ernor, but will seek re-election in thi
fifth supreme court district, according
to an .announcement authorized by
Acting Secretary of State f,eo Mey-
er is daily receiving and distributing
lots of the 1909 session laws, as print-
<'d by the Oklahoma Printing and En-
graving company of Oklahoma City.
The volume contains €92 pages, a dou-
ble Indetc. and a directory of ail polit-
ical and judicial oflicers and offices in
State Senator E. M. Land rum, of
Tahlequah, will test in th'e courts the
attorney general's ruling that he is
ineligible to hold a position in the
Northeastern State Normal school b.v
reason of the fact that he w:>s a mem-
ber of the legislature which created
that school and made the appropria-
tions for it.
Delays in the establishment of the
state reform n boo! for young offend-
ers. and the provisions of the juvenile
court bill have left the various coun-
ty judges and peace officers of the
rtate in a peculiar dilemma. The bill
makes the judges of the county courts
judges of the juvenile courts ps well.
Robert B. Peary, having " nailed the
stars and stripes to the pole." on April
f\ 19C9, a t ild in his seri .•> of nr .
stges Hashed b.v wireless from the
cea t of I.ale.ador. i/ figuratively lost
to the world, homeward bound oti his
ship, the Ho.isevelt.
At Copenhagen. Denmark, royalty
continues to pay homage to Dr. Fred-
erick A. Cooke, the Brooklyn explorer,
who anounced six days ago that he
had unfurled the flag of his country
at the pole on April 21, 1908.
Neither saw Ind n ations ot the oth-
er's achievement; both will be In the
I'n'ted States before the close of the
'Commander Peary, on the Roosevelt,
according to best reckoning, was in
tl.e viciutv of the strait of llellc Isle,
between Newfoundland and the prov
ince of Quebec Tuesday. H it it is
uncertain at what port he will touch
Art t i amplify the meager news.
Inadequate telegraphic facilities on
the Labrador coast and the northwest
coast ol Newfoundland may move him
to decide to proceed on southward to
North Sydney, Cape Breton, before
he gives lo the worl I details of his
triumph in the far north.
Commander Peary had intended
stopping at Chateau bay, Labrador,
but the telegraph station there was
abandoned some time ago and the
Roosevelt must push her nose farther
south before the world obtains the
As she conies down the Newfound-
land coast Red h ly, and, farther
south, St. George bay, are at hand.
Whether Peary will avail himself of
tbese points or continue to North
Sydney, where he will have every fa-
cility, Is a matter cf conjecture.
Several additional messages filed
Monday at Indian harbor were re-
ceived by associates of Commander
Peary, but none of them gave any
further details of his cbnquest.
He notified all geographical socie-
ties of the world of his discovery and,
in addition, sent a personal dispatch
lo the National Geographical societj
t Washington, reading:
"Have won at last. The jaiIp is
Despite his many hardships In the
Arctic regions. Commander Robert K.
Pear; appears to be in the best of
heal'h and spirits. He is enthusiastic
over his success In reaching the goal
for which he has so long striven
When told that Dr. Frederick A. Cook
of Brooklyn had reported finding the
pole, those on board the steamer
Roosevelt expressed surprise, but de-
clined to make any statement othiV
than that no traces of any previous
expedition had been found.
Secretary of State Improving.
Guthrie, Ok.—The condition of Sec-
retary of State William Cross still
grown better. He ate three light meals
Tuesday and sat up for two hours.
He conversed hopefully of his condi-
tion and spent the day in an excel-
lent humor for a man who has been
so close to the grave.
Judge Rosser to Preside.
Guthrie, Okla.—The supreme court
has assigned Judge Malcolm E. Kos-
Guthrie, Okla—"Tell the people
Oklahoma that Hill Cross fe-Is bett<
than lie has foi* a week. Give my r
gards to nn friends all over the tn
••ind tell them that Hill Cross new: r-solv
gives up a fight until he Is licked, 'amy
This Is the message that the sec
r, tary of slate sent to friends M.in-
Or. C. S. Petty entertains no hopes
for the recovery of Secretry Cro. s
although Ills improved condition aiw
urs well for a brief new lease on life
Both the kidneys and the heart, the
organs that are the weakest, and
from which vita 1 it> nas almost ev
.state to the lieutenant governor.
Mr. Bellamy returned from iiis two
months' trip to the northern lakes
TUirs.lay and as per the agr, emeii:
made at the last session of the bank-
ing hoard the matter of his salary
waf immediately taken up. The board
s that it believes that Mr. Bel-
ls entitled to the $175 per
month as chairman, but that because
of the technical questions of law,
thinks best ot allow Mr. Bellamy to
test the matter ill the courts, and to
quality him for bringing suit, refuses
to pay his salary for July and Aug
ust. last. Mr. Bellamy Immediately
engaged counsel and suit v,a pri'iar
ed for the district or superii.r court of
l.ogan count) to mandamus the bank
ing board to pay the salary. Either
m HE ARRIVED AT POLE ON Willi B
ow Two Flags Bearing Stars and
Stripes are Floating at the Long
Coveted Goal.— Does Not
Know of Cook's Success.
side winning:, the supreme court will
(•aped, wt re materially better Monday jjnajjy decide.
and the patient too!; Borne light r< Assistant Attorney General W. C.
freshment. Reeves has forwarded to Mr. Bellamy
While the sick man is much better another copy of Attorney General
nothing that would tend to cause him West's letter in which he demands
exertion or excitement is permit 1 ti,at tji0 lieutenant governor pay back
Hence his friends are n >t admitted to lo the banking board funds the salary
the sick room. Secretary Cross* ten he has ret < ived to date. Should tic*
nacity on life is nothing short of r * courts hold that Mr. Hellaniy is nBr
markablc. He has a well proportion- entitled to receive a salary as (hair
ntely as large as his physical fra':n« man of the banking board, he will
ami it seems to be miraculously in doubtless be fulled upon to return
league with the stimulants adminlst r that which lie has already drawn—
by the physician. While medicine- nearly $2,50o.
are held of avail only t*j temporarily Mr. Bellamliy staled his position >
prolonging life, the wonderful grip th the banking board with a letter, ii
sick man has on life may pull him out] which he contended the salary paid
the tightest place this side of thuj Mm as chairman was no ;ncre than
grave and restore him to his friends adequate and just. He cited exam
provides for probationary sentences . , ,, , „ . v
.... , v • 1 ser to Pottawatomie countv to begin
and absolutely prohibits tie senter.c- . . ...
. ... , , ; Sept J( . the third special session ot
ing of children under lb years of age
to the jails.
I court to clean up Pottawatomie coun
That *he bank commissioner is with-
out authority to examine domestic
building and loan companies operating
within the state, 'hat is, companies
Suffering in Mexico Continues.
V. xico City.—It is bell* ved bv the
authorities that casulties in northern
Mexi ,• from tlie recent floods will
which operate exclusively in one coun- j ,lt)l . , jrss tjjan $3 OOO.OOO.
ty, i* the gist of an-opinion render d On -hir l of the damaged section
bv Assistant Attorney General Chas. fcss no[ bee,, hrar,, from yet. The
Moore to Bank Commissioner A. M. ,.,one!arv l0jS to the rai|roads Is al-
^ouns nadj placed at J2,00t'.rt00. and this
figure may he doubled wh n reports
received from sections of the
The fourth candidate from Lincoln
county for the third district agricul
t'iral school is Wellston Chandler
the county f at. Stroud and Davenport
are asking for the institution.
Matsmorss and Tampica lines.
According to the official reports the
d- nth list in Monterey and vicinity
r< ached a total of 1.500, but a num
ber of towns in ti"* stati - of N mvo
Leon and Tamaulipas have not be
Great destitution and suffering con-
I - an; - ' ■-• > d v 1: 11s .it
Monterey and the adjacent country,
at 1 prompt 1,. is greatly ne ded
i In a telegram to the state depart
42 miles wide and mvnt, dated St *., Philip ('. Hanna.
4S mll.'s lo"g. with the object of build- j United Stat, s c nsul c* neral at Mon-
i..g a JT.V'jQO court house, a movement I terey. stati s that reiiort.s and appeals
is on foot, originating in the southern
1 art of Washita county to consolidate
pies of other states where additional
money was paid the lieutenant go\
ti nor for additional seniles. said that
the salary paid the lieutenant gover
nor in Oklahoma was more hinrrarv
than 'remunerative, and expressed the
willingness to 'est the matter in the
The baaid then prepared and adopt-
ed Its resolution, all voting for it
cent Mr. Bellamy, who did not vote.
The members of the banking hoard
for an indefinite time.
Asks President for Aid.
Guthrie, Okla.—Governor Haskell
las addressed a lengthy letter lo Pre-
,d. nt Taft in which he charges the
federal government with giving aid i
violators of the prohibitory law in Ok
lahoma . first, by allowing liquor udvei
tlsements to he sent through the malls;
second, by not conforming to the law
in issuing fedt ral liquor licenses, and are Governor Haskell. J. P. Connors,
third, through abuse of the protection 1)lesldent of the state board of agrt
of interstate commerce. culture; M. K. Trapp. state auditor;
Vile letter, which i" acconipaned j ^ Menefee, state treasurer.
hj a petition signed by £.000 citizen-.
Ringiinas to Winter in Muskogee
•We a peal to you upon ail three] Mu8hogee, okla.- Winter quarter*
f. r a large part of Ringling Bros
shows are being built in the valley o
the Grand river, just across the lliu
in Wagoner county from Mjskogee, ci
a large farm owned by Dr. E. Pally
Br. Bailey is a large land owner wa"
formerly himself interested in the shov
business and Is a relative of the own
■ ■ ■ ' lit Hinsling slei * -.
New York.— 'Indian Harbor, via
Cape Ray, Sept. 0.
"To Auoetaiad Press. New Tot.
' .Stais and Stripes nailed to North
(Signed): "PEARY "
"Indian Harbor, via Cape Ray, X.
F., Sept. fi ia09.
1\> the New York Times, New York:
"1* have the pole April ti. Expect
arrive Chateau bay Sept. 7. Secure
control wire for me there and arrange
expedite transmission big story.
Peary has succeeded.
Stars and Stripes nailed to the lfor'h
From out the Arctic darkness there
was flashed this message which stun-
ned the scientific world and thrilled
the heart of every layman.
From the bleak coast of Labrador
Peary gave to the world the news that
he had attained his goal in the far
north, while at the same moment, in
far off Denmark, Dr. Frederick A
Cook of Brooklyn was being dined and
lionized by royalty for the same
Undeniably, Yankee grit has con- 1
Many Women Think They Are Doomed
It is not right for women to be al;
ways ailing with backache, urfnurj
ills, headache and oth
er symptoms of kid
Tiey disease. There i
u way to end thesf
troubles quickly. Mrs
John 11. Wright, 61'■
East First St.. Mitch
ell, S. D., says: "1
suffered ten yeart
with kidney complaint
and a doctor told me I would nevt
get more than temporary relief. A
dragging pain and lameness lu m>
back almost disabled me. Dizzy
sp 11a come and went and the Sidney
secretions were .irregular. Doan -
Kidney Pills rid me of these troubles
and I feel better than for years past '
Sold by* all dealers. 50c. a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
FOR WET FEET.
The Chick—What's the matter?
The Duckling—You'd cry, too, if
your ma made you wear overshoes
when you went swimming.
Consumptives Need Not Leave Home.
Consumption can be cured, or at
quered the frozen north and thtye has rested, in any section of the In,.
States, and the percentage of cures in
the east "and the west is nearly the
same. Any physician, therefore, who
sends a person to the southwest with-
out sufficient funds, or in an advanced
qi:e.<( ion. asme siati .1 fur si:.-;i :avor
able consideration as you may deem
within your lawful power at this time
and 111 case >our anI'lorit> be rot
now legally complete, we appeal to
you to recommend at the coming ses-
sion of congress the enactment of such
additional legislation as may be net-
tssary to give complete relief on all
State Shaft to Indians.
LaPort, Ind.—The first monument
i rected in the United States by legis
laiive enactment in honor of Indians
been created a coincidence such as
the world will never see aeain.
Two Americans have planted the
flag of their country in the land ot ice
which man has sought to penetrato
for four centuries; and each ignorant
of the other's conquest, has tla.Vhed
within a period of five days a laconic
message of success to the waiting
Cook, in his message to his coun-
try. was bricirf but non-cimmittal;
Peary was even briefer, but specific
"Stars and Stries nailed to tho
pole," he said.
That was all but never before have
go few words conveyed to the people
a greater meaning or a greater patri-
Five days ago, on September 1, Dr.
Cook sent out from "the Shetland is-
lands the first message of his success
—a message which has aroused a
storm of controversy around the world
or dying stage of the disease, is guilty
of cruelty to his patient. Renewed
effoits are being made to stop this
practice, and to encourage tha build-
ing of small local hospitals in ever..
city and town in the country. At
tempts are also beiug made in South
ern California and in Texas to ex
elude indigent consumptives or to
send them back to the east.
It Was His Way.
A Kansas farmer was telling recent
ly about the eavesdropping that got?
on along the farmers' telephone linn
he is on. tie said that whenever he
talked he could hear the "click, click
of different receivers coming down.
"And you can bet," he amended,
"that they never hear my recelvi ;
Now Robert E. Peary, lost from coming down. No, sir; I always hold
Believes Both Succeeded.
lawrence. Kan.—Professor Lewis
Lindsay Dvche of Kansas University
leclared thai there was no reason <o
was unveiled recently at Twin Lakes
doubt either of the men who have twenty-seven miles south of LaPorte
The shaft, which was paid for by ai
a|.;>rcprlation of the Indana legislature
is in honor of Pottawatomie Indians
and their chief Pokagon. a descendan,
ci the once powerful chief and friein
of the white man.
laimed to have reached the north
polt. He has traveled with each of
hese men and is an Arctic travel '
j( some prominence himself.
Thou'and- of Trcops Co.
.Madrid.—The twelfth division of h"
Spanish army consisting of ll,0u0 nt "i
inder the command of General i-
nayo, has been ordered to Meltlla Mo-
view in the land of ice, and unheard
from since August, 1908, startled the
world by a similar message sent fro-?,
Indian harbor, Labrador. There was
itu qualification; it left no doubt.
It announced unequivocally that he
had reached the top of the world.
Thus two flags with the stars_ ar.d
stripes of the United States are float-
ing in the ice pack, proving the cour-
age of the intrepid Americans.
on to the- thing and let it down so
easy that it doesn't click!"—Kansa .
Pole Trip Cost $50.COO.
Copenhagen.— Dr. Cook sta'ed Sat- | year,
urday that the expedition to the pole
cost $30,000, whereof J30.000 was con-
tributed by Mr. Bradley, the remaining
$"•1,000 being his own private expense
Brooklyn Flag Factory.
One of the biggest official flag fac-
tories In the world is in the Brooklyn
navy yard. Between eighty and on*
hundred women work there all the
year round making flags for the US(
of Uncle Sam's lighting ships. They
use np 120,000 yards of bunting a year
and fashion 418 different kinds of ofli
cial flags. The flags cost $00,000 '.i
SENSE ABOUT FOOD
Facts About Food Worth Knowing.
Another American Wins.
Geneva. Switzerland.—Walter ?
1: >u,| of New York has climbed Mo'iat
rccci), to take part in the cam] rlgn Blanc from Champnix ,11 nine hours
igaii.st the Moors. Premier M nira
=a:d that another division mij
1 ,m- •
He breaks the record of nine an i i
half made by Nonhead, the KnV!.-h
iitati. ill 1S05.
Governor Refuses Requis tion.
Gutnre , Okla.—Actln;: oil . flvice
'r< i Assistant Attorni -General E. (!. i
Spilman. Governor Haskell has , fus- a
d ) honor the Arkansas r. qui : = ion b
'or Franklin S. Paote. of Altus. Koote
■\ho is a imminent Oklahoma lawyer
ind politician, is tinker Indictment at
More Paroles From Governor.
Guthrie, Okla.—Governor Haskell
is paroled Oliver P. Jewell, serving
life sentence for the murder of a
named Robert llurd in Woodward
cour.tv in 1904. Jewell was an igno
rant country boy from Illinois who
I.ad been reading yellow-back nowk
Believes Both Succeeded.
Lawrence, Kan.—Professor Lewis
Lindsay Dyche of Kansas University
It is a serious question sometimes to
know just what to eat when a per-
son's stomach is out of order and most
foods cause trouble.
Grape-Nuts food can be taken at any"
declared that there was no reason to time with the certainty that it will
Governor Haskell has offered a r
ward of Jo00 for the arrest of George
Warren, one cf the fonr men charged'
with the murder of Frank Hatcher,
deputy sheriff cf Pontotoc county.
Creating a c
Ark., charged with ir.d came to Oklahoma wiih an am
he bition to be a desperado. He was
vas .convicted on strong circumstantial
ids evidence and sentenced to be hung
■^cs After a hard fight his case was re-
vi rsed by the supreme court and sent
back for a new trial He was again
convicted and sentenced to life im
11 prisonment. He has educat'd hi nisei f
. ire!,a Springs.
Harrying Margaret Hancock whi
mew that her decree of divorce v
>et ineffective Mr. Spillman ho
hat the Arkansas indictment e>
a,> statutory crime.
Killed bv Train While Asleep.
Altus. Okla.—While aslee.i bet "a
doubt either of the men who have
claimed to have reached the north
pole, lie has traveled with each of
these men and is an Arctic traveler
of some prominence himself.
Asks President for Aid.
Gathrie. Okla —Governor Haskell
has addressed a lengthy letter to Pres-
ident Taft in which he charges the
federal government with giving aid to
'violators of the prohibitory 'aw In Ok-
digest. Actual experience of people if
valuable to anyone interested in foods.
A Terre Haute woman writes: "I
had suffered with Indigestion for about
four years, ever since an attack of ty-
phoid fever, and at times could eat
nothing but the very lightest food,
and then suffer such agony with my
stomach I would wish 1 never had ti>
"I was urged to try Grape Nuts and
since using it I do not have to starvo
myself any more, but I can eat it at
any time and feel nourished and satis-
lahoma . fi; -t, by allowing liquor adver fied, dyspepsia is a thing of the past.
Washita and Custer counties.
After accepting the assessment re-
turns from To counties the state board
of equalisation has chanied its tactics
ai.d increased the land values of No-
wata county from $11 to $15 per acre
Governor Haskell l?.st m-eok issued
a requisition on the governor of
t-'oulh Dakota for the arrest of Wil-
liam Fields, charged with horse
theft In the Osage country. I-kids Is
being h' ld by the authorities in Red-
field, S. D
from coun > • wns a Ijacent to Mon-
terey declare there have been great
destitution and keen sufferine.
Flood on Canadian River.
Oklahotnl City.—Threatening to tie
up every railroad and stop all trains
on this division, a '.'3-foot fall of water
caused by a cloud burst In New Mex-
ico. is reported to have reached Hai-
tian, Texas, and i be rapidly coming
down the Canadian river toward
southwest Oklahoma, taking every
thing in its course. Warned of the
flood. Frisco officials have cid -rt 1 all
trains stopped at the bridge of the
Canadian rher, l; mles southeast of
[he rails oil a switch in the Orient while in prison and has taught In the
railroad y a id Monday. J. 11. \\ imb'r- prison school for a number of years
. G-") years old, one of the best k own His prison record Is perfect.
.•attie dealers of Oklahoma an.! Tex T V Turner of Kiowa county, sarv
of a ii.g ten vears for manslaughter, wa>
Br- a;so paroled. The parole was recom
the! mended by Judge F. U. Gillette of K
and Reno, the trial judge; District Judgf
arm G. A. Hrown and C. M Thacker ol
■mi Mangum, lortner county attorney ol
tisements to be sent through the mails;
second, by not conforming to the law
ir. Issuing federal liquor licenses, and
third, through abuse of the protectiou
of interstate commerce.
The letter, which is accoinpanej
bv a petition signed by 2,000 citizens,
and I am now strong and well.
"My husband also had an experience
with Grape-Nuts. He was very weak
and sickly in the spring. Could not
attend to liia work. He was under
the doctor's care but medicine did not
seem to do him any good until he be-
gan to leave off ordinary food and use
Grape-Nuts. It was positively surpris-
i- was run ovt r by a dejachmei
I freight train and instantly killt>
'ore the train crew discove e
| uody it wa- passed over the
| time and the head and right
! i re severed and fragments s
it.a the track for eighty yards
"We apeal to vou upon all three Ing to see the change in him. He grew-
questions above stated for such favor- 1 better right off. and naturally he had
able consideration as vou may dee ni but wurds of "rais0 for GraPe"
wlthlk your lawful power at this time ..0ur boy „llnkg cannot pat a
and ill case your autYnry be OOt I meal without Grape Nuts, and he
now legally complete, we appeal tc learns so fast nt scheiol that his teach-
you to recommend at the coming ses j er and other scholars comment on it
sion of congress the enactment of such i I am satisfied that It is bocause of
additional legislation is may be nee- l'1P Wat nourishing elements in
"There's a Reason."
ssary to give complete relief on all
Coal Prices Go Lip
Plttsbiir-'. According *o
Iti re all the large coal com
the Pittsburg d.strict will s.
prunce a raise -f 10 per cent
In the price of ccal.
Roosevelt Specimens Shipped.
Nairobi. British Ka-t Africa.—J
Alden Morlng and
I nem ■;> of trie 11 - ;ev, t e\;
Rcject Hobart Bonds.
Hobart. Okla - The attorney f..r a
Teleda bond buying company has re
jt : ted 'he Usue of $90,000 In bonds re
cently voted by Hobart for street hn
proven ants, the ground of objeeiaa
being that the issue is for public iiiili
ties aai does not state specif! ills
Major Mi arns. that the money is to be expended foi
i t ion improving the Intersection of st.veis
ire a..out to under '..xe an i.Sed w!.;::h was contemplated by ilje titc
tr ,i tiiroujh Keiiia ptavlne A total tors. °
of .,500 specimens were shipped Frl- The city attorney has not ptisjrJ
day to the Smithsonian institute.. upon the matter.
Governor Refuses Requisition.
Guthre , Okla —Acting on advlcs
from Assistant VttornevGenoral fci G
Spllman, Governor Haskell has refus
for Franklin S Foote. of Altus Foot,
who is a prominent Oklahoma lawyei
a ltd politician, is under indictment al
Eureka Springs. Ark . rh.irged witt
marrying Margaret Hancock when hi
knew that her decree of divorce wai
yet Ineffective Mr Spillman holds
that the Arkansas indictment charges
no statutory crims.
It contains (ho iihoRphnto of potash
from wheat ami barley which combine
with albumen to make tho gray mat-
ter to daily reII11 the brain and nervo
It is a pity that people do not know
(1 to honor the Arkansas requiritioi what to feed their c hildren. There are
many mother** who give their young:
stors 'almost any kind food and
when tliev become siek begin to pour
the medicine down them. The real
way is to stick to proper food and
be healthy and get along without med-
icine and expense.
I'VPr rcinl I lie n1 nv« lHforf K nrw
onp upitonrn from linn* to Mine. Tlier
nrc irt'Molut', true, iiikI full of buuuio
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Fox, J. O. Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909, newspaper, September 10, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110380/m1/2/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.