The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 325, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 11, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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1'H.. OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, SUNDAY MORNING
MAY ii. T002.
law. Oklahoma and Gulf railroad was
offi< tally made today Dy Colonel Geo.
M. Garvey ot the construction com- j
pany. This morning at l :30 o'clock the I
last spike was driver, by Colonel Gar
vey at Durwood, where the crews of
track layers met.
The extension, a distance of 11 |
miles, passes through the central por-
tion of the Chickasha nation in a west-
erly direction. The country which the
road traverses is rich in agricultural
possibilities. The line also taps one of
v , , . , the coal fields of the Indian Territory.
, I win' «*vcry woman who w'*h*s in Improve . . ,
• t rompi *ion-whi uistvs i'< hav *ti'T skin Aside Ironi the magnllh < nt ttrntoiy
soft ns vi-iv-f—who wo'ji'i iHfp to have hor ficc ! Wliich this new line opens railroad
free from all skin Tuptlons and fucial hlemlshi i . .
—«o its'? my \v11h Itizcl .Soap I want every conneition It 'S the sllOI test and most
",l ' -"> "y 'C.' ""•o O.iJ.j'rtJ lilirn-t lino lo Memphis.
Heceny tithe Rock Island purchased
the Choctaw. Oklahoma and Gulf and
I the corap&n ywill probably build from
j Ardmore westward. For the present
this city will be the terminal point.
Vice-President ILolden ot the company
says that regular train service will
; be put on in a few days.
I it s learned that several surveying
parties are In the field locating a line
from McLIsh. I 'I ., to Denison and |
j that since the Hock Island purchase j
| it is Intended to extend the line to i
j Dallas via Sherman.
8'iirkly If will i*ll«!v the little one of all hi-.es.
ahv rash mi l '•hating. M.uc> baby -sweet aa
-11 UN YON.
j Deputy George Stone Re-
leased From Hospital.
I IN WEWOKA FIGHT.
Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
tory Association in Session.
VAI LEY ROAD.
CLOSE WITH SMOKER
I Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Am-'tin. Texas. May 10.—It Is report.
! oil here that the St. Louis and San
Francseo railway company is nego-
tiating for the purchase of the Wichita
j Valey railroad, a line fifty miles long
] running between Wichita Falls and
Sevmous, Texas, and that it is pro-
posed to extend the line north from
The Territorial Firemen Associa. wi.-i.im l ulls to a connection with
the Frisco system in Oklahoma and
lion Will Meet at Ardmore
Special Dispatch t" the Stfcte Capital.
< )klahoma City, <). T.. Maj io. Th-i
Oklahoma and Indian Territory Mil
ler's ,t--..elation met in annual corn'on-
tioti in the pirlors the Hotel Ut
and after a general discussion >i the
business in the two territories the fol-
1 iwing cffiviTs were elected I*>r tli en-
George Sohlberg. Oklahoma City.
south from Seymour to Stamford,
where connection will be made with
thf Texas Central. Morgan Jones is
at the head ot the Wichita Valey rail-
The New Blood and Skin
ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR CUTICURA
CUTICURA RESOLVENT I'll.LS Choo.late Coated 1 are a new.
tasteless, odorless, economical substitute for the celebrated liquid
CUTICURA RESOLVENT, as well ns for all other blood purifiers and
humour cures, latch pill is equivalent to one teaspoonful of liquid
RESOLVENT. Put up in screw-capped pocket vtata, containing the
same number of doses as a 50c. bottle of liquid RESOLVENT, price
25c. CUTICUR A PILLS are alterative, antiseptic, tonic, and dlKesti>e.
and beyond question the purest, sweetest, most successful and econ-
omical blood and skin purifiers, humour cures, and tonic-diiteslives
yet compounded. Samples free by mail to all friends and patrons
of CUTICURA SOAP.
li te External anil Internal Treatment for K.vi ry Humour, St.(It).
I ..„fl„!ii.|! ,.f I I TRCIIA ..*l\ i '„ I., . li mit.- Hi,' -Hi. .>1 n.-t
^*•4 • and-i nndBOltenthctlili'kened •'iiticlf; ( i i u i ha ointmkn r.
■ UllPlirfl .VN-.. t.. in-tantlv nll:i> HHmnr. U.lt-.in . - '
yUllvUld M.ntlie a in I lit-ai; ami ( I ti. I it v Ukkoi MM I ti i v *n ,
Hcport of Murderer Dunn's Ar-
] rest ai Oklahoma City Un-
true—Bishop Brooke to
Deliver Class Sermon.
GET YOUR SHARP, i
Blackmen, uhitemeri, reil-
| ll.• Collin
men, ycllowmtn. all arc busy
, ,I Thi imok
eating away at the worlds,, . i.
food supply—every day—three i"""""!™',
times a day. I
livery one is entitled to a . n.
, i ^ i framed, at
share. \tv you getting yours r
1 )oes it do you good ?
If not, take St ott's Kmtilsion. •
, . ti-1 v
It is a concentrated, predigest- .. ,, ,
i-d food—much nourishment in '
small space—and all unable 4)y ' n i n ..
the weakest system. j1,! , '
It restores the flesh of young < 1
and old. n> < Mr.
In n let-
Mm :i• m
•on • i nrth-
i i\VN H. C. lien
ti. 409 Hear! S
" and t lf.'tnst' tiie bioi.'lY WmYi.iTskt I - "\\, u niVn n-i.i l.. cure
thf iif ~t t.irtiirltiK, .lUflKtirliik'. and hiiinni.it-i.u -km. mmI|>. and
lilood humour*. with toe* t htTlr, when all fls.- laiU >oM U.ruuK i
out tho world. British Depot: .'7 i*. < lintlprhoiw S.j Lomtmi. h nM.cl, Ih-i.ot: o Uue do
lu I'ltlx, Purls. l'OTTfcll DHUO AND ClltM. CUlU'., bole 1 roptt., Huston, I .9.
The Set SI
(he Moon bill. Introduced in coiiKif.-.-j
for territorial form « f government It •
Indian Territory lv l . Caun-iiMi * if
South Mi M- i was here and addr«m
r«l the meeting in behalf «>r tho Ip^U
1 . <- Lewis uf Oklahoma City "i : '
it supported by several m Chiclut:dia ,
cKizens. Mr. Cameron offered a reso-
lution in support. Mr. Lewis offered
a substitute re olution. Substjtute
carried by two thirds majority. Chi-
ckasha oppose the Flynn bill, (lie Mo<ui
bill and is for single statehood.
The clti/.'-ns would favor the Moon
bill If no show for passage of single
statehood measure. \ ,-;reat deal "l
enthusiasm was manifested and dl.-t us-
sion wus heateti.
K. D. Humphrey. El Reno, vice pre--
idciit. - \i
C. \ . Topping. Oklahoma City, m
I >. L. Lar-1:, Norman, treasurer.
The convention was brought t a
close in the evening with a smoke
and a ral good time.
"I it t i He in saying that this p >r-
tion tii ()klahoma will have at least
seventy live per cent of last year
crop from present indications," said
1). L. Larsh in Norman. "I've b.-tn
paving clo>e attention t" tile v. ileal
crop since last fall, and I do not c
liow eondnion- at the prc^.nt lir.:t l•.r
tlu grow tii oi wheat and its deveiop-
iiient could be bettered. l;«>r the past
three weeks we have had plenty "i
moi.-tu're and the ground is thor .itun'y
soakefl. La>l year we had very I'l.c
moisture until after May 8. Wheat
grower were then <!i ' ".irajcd. I ut
in spite "i the tact that it looked in;, 'i-
t\ bine m April ami pice. -1 ■ n : inoina>
Oklahoma came to the i.oip uuh one
111 tin- largest yields in her history.
Wile!" \x 'i \ wheat now lot i;-t in
o- r mil' - we never test i'. as it i> no:
l -i -an . At tir--1 we orl i« : « tell
1. ad. lv.it ftnntl that every !•. i I nas
above the stamlard rcq itc 1."
ARDMORE NKXT VKAR.
Spet i.il I >i-1•• tile Slat i '
()kiahoma Cit . ( T.. M ly to. The
Cfiivcn'i. ;• o: t'.-e Okla! . .i.i .ind i:;
dian Territ- rv Fireiuen ■ laiio.i
Closed with a ball at the Hotel Lee.
Tie next inciting will be luld at Ard-
Special Dispatch to the State Capital
Austin. Texas. May in - -Sidney Hay
den. auditor of tho Choctaw. Oklaho- j _____
ma and Gulf railroad, today had a |
conference with the railroad commis- I
s on i„ regard to th.. roquirG„„.nts anil Tw0 Companies March Over-
j regulations that must iw> followed in 1
tho operations of Its Texas line. Mr. land tO Fort Sill.
Hayden informed tho railroad eommis-
sion that of the 112 miles of line in j
Te xas between the Rod river and Am. j .
arillo. forty miles had been completed
and that the remainedr of tho route
would bo finished and opened for bus
, ness abot Juno 1. Ho intimated that
the road will not ho extended further
west than Amarillo.
that Is to come ofT at Lawton on the
George Rice, of this city, who works
' for Abbott Bros., Is matched
| a soldier from Fort Sill on the above
date. It will be a twenty round go.
i hut. tho sports hero are of tho impres-
sion that the soldier will not bo in
j it after tho fifth round, if he last:
| (hat long.
| WELCOME FOR GILLETTE.
Special Dispat/h to the State Capital.
| El Reno, O. T., May 1" The day
after Judge Gillette's return homo from
; Washington about fifty of his warm
j persconal friends, irrespective fit party,
will give him a hearty welcome home
at th farm on the hanks of tho roar-
ing North Canadian n\er. Judge Joe
' Lowe, who served with Judge (iiJlette
1 in tho Kansas sfMrtte will deliver the
address of congratulation.
Special Dispatch to the State Capit;
Oklahoma Cit v. < T , Mil' in. |
George Stone, the demiTv In ri.T wl;o I
was shot and almost killed in the tirlit
with outlaws near XVowok t in Feb-
ruary was released fi .m th h- piial
totlay. He has many scat - as i re
: ultof this liMit in wliie i Swoit'oi I
Casey and other desporadoes look
Oklahoma City. () T . .V;iv 1" j
The attention of teachers ;.nd pupils
Is being largely tprnod toward ,'lnal
examinations and commencement ex-
The program for the closing exer-
cises is as follows:
Annual sermon by Rishoi. Hrooks
of Guthrie. Sunday night. May 1Mb
at the E'jlBco ial church.
Address to graduating class li.\ 1'rof
I. M Ilolcomb at First Baptist church
on Tuesday night, May I'Oth.
Concert by Glee Club with Prof.
Rice as director a' Opera house on
Thursday ni-ht .Mac l'l'.
The graduating exercises will be hold
at the opera house on Friday night,
Es.ncc'al attention is callotl to the
, address to be delivered by Prof. Hoi-
...ml. ami tho ti lee Club concert on <l.v i all lo.nuiit ...io .-i>
! Thursday night i harre.i. Tho lx-ople ore fliK-klnn in
i Much interest is being taken In the to the towns and a fam.no was i'-ai« i|
| eonimenccniont exhit work. 'The steamer was loaded with food
There are eleven members of the all sorts ami was sent I
i senior class :•! 1 of whom are to come j tinique. The captain • '
icl. the first
felt. This 1 a
ited from 10
seconds an.l can,-.
! ti .• w iMe t
or was no i t
of lif,. «
City, and th.> c
ii operty dam-
■ss than at
n . tv , -d.
is were era< u
' alt in > ;■ the
lany old hou ••
led in rui
lis. Kver sun
. ith 'is re <>r
pe. Tho wcust
o city or Qik •
•alien ), the
goat, in the e
cs ti nu
ited from B.tKh
1 |o iDKII* ]>A )•
killed. At tin
t in* the
a violent ttr.n
nb i nd rain
• 1 . 1 r! • l.-ht
tho city has I
- ti: |
the pe oph -
ct c ; trick n
| by II
nbling and sli
MOLTEN LAVA t LOWS.
(Continued from l'ai;e One.)
fallim- In tin
ashore but it could not land
of the terrific fire, wh.ch was accoin
panied by loud explosions. Not a liv-
ing soul appeared on shore, although
boat had waited two hours. Fire and
ashes fell over the steamer.
In tho afternoon a French coasjtFng
steamer arrived here from Port He-
France. seeking as,stance as all the
country was burned up, the stock v
i only to i
>r the ti
-i ; il w.li
. in t -tsl
i in un*
I'd by ihrt
a .ti. . and
that the In
able, and fen
and as a c
d in the
! \ f
luclice ' ■ W
ho-,i amis of
ns i- unlitar
rtai.i" I of an
Rock Island Officials Looking ROBBERS MOLD UP
Over Facilities at HI Reno-
Cheyennes and Arapa-
hoes Get Their Money.
l ailv ,i\ pri (.ill -
A i-ig fore
tin- trolley p
tr.i ;ie• 1 f. ,r t i \ ':>•< .
oi rail- are now st.i,
ami other materials
, M i y
i; li; i
Highest price paid for cast-off cloth-
ing. llats ami shoes. Call or drop mc
a ■ ard. J03 VV. Harrison street. S.
REV. DR. II IFF
Special Dispatch to (he Sta(o Capilal.
El Reno, O. T., May 10.- Troops A
and B, Eighth Cavalry, have been
ordered to take station at Fort Sill.
The two trops will march overland
from Fort Reno to Fort Sill.
Two companies of tho Twenty-
Second Infantry have arrived at Fort
Reno. Two companies of the Twenty
Fifth Infantry teoloretf) will arrive
at tho post tho first part of next week.
OFFICIALS IN KENO.
Special Dispatch to tin* State Capital.
El Reno. (). T.. May 1!'. -Colonel C.
A. Rutherford, district passenger
agent, and Major Caldwell, traveling
pasenger agent. Ij/ith of the ltoek Isl-
and railroadf. wtth headquarters :n
Omaha, are in the city loking after
It. Is rumored that Messrs. Ruther-
braco work from the vault in jford and Caldwell will erect a three
Bell building. The masonry in story brick building on their lots on
Dr. . C. I lilt, general secretary of
, church extension. M. lv church, will
preach at (ho 11 o'clock service a( (he
M. E. church today.
Dr. 111 ft' bears the distinction t*
ing the main person who effected the
di f' it. of Mormon Roberts of I (all.
He is one of the most brilliant preach
<i\ in the elnir-h. He has spent thirty
yem's in church work 111 I'tali and ad-
jacent. states and while there won the
eccentric title of "The Western Cv
MemphiR. Tenn;. May 10 lie Frisco
I pasenger train No. 20(5. which left
Memphis at S:2". o'clock last nieht,
I w as held up between Jonesboro ami
onneBvllle. Ark., at two o'clock this
morning by four men. After stopping
the train the robbers detached the en-
gine and express car and pulled to a
"blind siding where they blew open
the safo wifh dynamite. The ex-
plosion wrecked the car and the men
escaped in the darkness. A posse, has
boon organized at Honnevlllo with
hi id hounds and Is on the (rail of (lie
jobbers. The express messenger d*
clares (hat U10 robbers secured no
that i lie work •
t>.- 1. timed a
g: . If-, w.li 1
,e I in
Hl.artel Mat".I to
laying the steel wn
soon .1- the pro
ablidied by the <
NORM \L lNSTITl'TK.
Si- . i.tl I >1 - 1 11 • - h ti. ti" Slate Capit a'.
1 >1.1. Iii-uia Cit v. ( . 'I .. ? \ 10. - 'I
Julv I ;m l . U I | t" - ex
C i(y nort :ai in-til-rr w ■' be ' r'i'
ti. in. 1 1 tc jn 1 -a hi 1 inning
I -: 1 a i' M. II.. comb c..:„i"ct..r: -11-
]>crintcndeut F. S. Va'ig-v. an I v K.
Ike program ha been arranged and
will be sent out -ooti.
\ VOUINti MEN ARRESTED
OM SERIOUS CHARGE.
MASHED TO DEATH
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Okmuigce. 1. T.. May in. V. H. Stan-
tord. a contractor of this place, met a
horrible death while at work remov-
tin vr - l having been built before the Rock Island avenue between Woodson
roof was put 011. the vault was hurried- and Hays street.
ly set. and when the braces were re- — ■
moved would not sustain its own INDIANS 1'AY DOY
weight and gavo way suddenly, burying t, , * . . . ,.
Slatifor.1 li. ni'aili about two tons of s"'" ml "' l' "'h to th, Stat,. Cpilal.
hri. i, ami mortar When taki-n mil El II"° 1 Mil>' 1,1 1( h°y-
somi- III.,..n or twrnty minutes later ''n"'s al"1 Arap ho.. are mwtvlnic
he was found to be badly . rushe.l and Ih.-lr nuyment me stores are
died beftnv Ii" was removed from the * "pd everday with Indians Inlying ev-
vault. The den :i.-ed was 3K years old erything thai ihey faney. ii is . stlmat
and ;t piomineut i.."inher of ihe ISiks. eil thai at least $1.',.It'll) will be spent
Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias. 111 El Reno.
The remains .'.ill ho shipped to Elk-
horn. Wis., for Interment. SWITCHES JOBS.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital
!0SS Of LIFE IN
Awful Disaster in Tokio, Japan-
Eighteen Inmates Perish
i before the public.
DUNN'S ARREST A MYRTH.
♦ Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City, O. T., .May in —The
j report that J. I' Dunn. ho bank rob-
i her and murderer Is under arrest here
is a m.vrtli. Chief Cochran ha laid a
, trap for the fugitive on account '•( the
! fact that his mother, Mrs. Dbdaon,
| resides hero.
; Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City. O. T.. May 1" Ex-
tensive preparations are being made
I by the Civil war and late war soldiers
for Memorial Exercises May 30 rhe
' exercises will, if the- weather permits,
be held in the nark and it is expected
that t he citizens from all over the
country will take part and attend Ihe
! exercises. The general committees are
of tirant Post (I. A. It.
A. P. Lowrey, chairman; Charles
.Mcinloy O. D. VanVoorhls.
: Reliel Corps Mrs. E M. Munger,
I Mrs. Ed. Stone and Mrs. M. E. Park-
' C A R. C.'.rcle—Mrs. Alice Adams.
Mrs. S. J. Trosper,
C. i> !'. Cobb ha.- iust returned
i trip through the Cherikee Na-
- . the Muskogee Tinn -. .md
r.; ' lis that he finds that a lot of cat-
tle have been shipped into the Terri-
tory for grazing purposes contrary t->
, the Te\a- cattle law passed for the
purp' of protecting cow-men in the
| Territory fr<on the ravages ot fever,
among the i ittle. which has resulted*
in;niv time- from the importation of
cittlc that were inoculated with fever
El Reno, O. T. May 10.—Lew A.
Huber. who was for eight months clerk
at tho Austin hot I. is now night
clerk at tho Kerfoot.
Lew is an old hotel man and is well
and favorably known to all the trav-
eling men that make Oklahoma.
SPORTS IN 'I I ME.
Special Dispatch to tho State Capital.
El Reno. O. T May I!' The sjiorts
are all gett'ng ready tor the big event
(Correspondence of Asso. 1'ress.l
Toklo, Japan. April 10.—The do- I
atruction by fire of a hospital In Kyoto,
.lapan. was attended by large loss of .
life. About I ::o in the morn'.tig tiro!
broke out In the Funaokayama Luna- I
tic asylum at Omlya Mura. Otogi-Oort.
on the northern subrub of Kyoto. T he
flames started in ono ot the rooms oc-
cupied by a patient Altogether two
hlockc of buildings wfiv fktdrovcd
before tho (lame were gotten under
control. Of the thirty n'jnr patients
who were In the hospital at the time,
e'ghteen includingtwo women perish-
The crown princes expects her sec-
ond accouchement in July
In the fikio court of appeals the sen-
tence « f life imprisonment, parsed on
Ilia Sotaro has been confirmed. He is
the fanatic, who ostensibly, on t|-
trnstic grounds, fataly stabbed lloshl
Torn, a prominent politician, last
Mrs. Lucy ( ard
j The committees from the Spanish
: War soldiers is yet to b«> appointed, the
i commander now being absent.
. A number of sub-committees have
I been appointed, all of which will hold
; their first meeting at Ihe hall at 3:30
j p. m. Thursday, May 15.
] RESTRAINING SLIT DISMISSED.
I Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
I oklahoma City. (J. T.. May 1". I'he
j suit to restrain the city council from
| entering into a contract with the Har-
per Asphalt company has been dismiss-
ed and also other suits and the .mm
, pany is now free to go ahead with the
j paving and must do so within twenty
reported that some thirty p. rs >m left.
St Pierre by the d o'clock l*>at I burs
day morning for Fort. DoFranee and
consequently were saved.
All attempts to get to St. Pierre are
barrred by Are. Th'- closest observa-
tion possible showed bouses still blaz-
ing and streets strewn with charr
It Is certain that tho whole town
I and neighborhood for miles is utterly)
! destroyed, and it i:; feared hero that j
I few if any of the inhabitants escaped, j
; Tin* volcano of the island of St. Vin-
cent has burst out In sympathetic erup-
' Hon. A steamer wnich returned from!
there last night reports that the north-!
j cm side of the island was in flames !
and cut off from assistance by a con-
tinuous stream of burning lava, the
ashes falling in heasy showers as far
as 150 miles away. Kingston, the capi-j
tal of St. Vincent, is safe, but people
here are very anxious as to the fate of j
tho rest of that island.
Dominica and St Lucia have very j
active geysers, but they now are no
departure from normal conditions, j
Food stuffs of all kinds are urgently
BUSINESS WIPED OUT.
Bordeaux, France, May in -Only a
. few replies have been received lo mos-
sagi : of inquiry from a ho t 'j£ Dor
deaux merchants having business con-
nections in St Pierre A small num-
ber of messages chronicles the saving
| of private families and individuals,
but most of the dispatches are merely
announcements tha( big business estab-
lishments have been wiped out
It has been developed that the catas-
trophe occurred on the worst possihn i
day. namely, the. day of the arrival of!
i the French and the departure of the!
English mail steamers. In conso-1
quence of this fact many business
wore in the city of St. Pierre instead
of at their countr\ pla >-s.
\ R MY
) FLICK US L' I TI U LP.
n ■> ' !'.f Slit'- V. a | u > a 1. ■
t je O. T.. Ma i - . w •!
L tiis an Fr i i < ,'iml.c i . >
young men of prominent fanrlics in
(own were arrc fl tnis -i rning h\
Deputy Sheriff li< ni;. of Man. ■ n <>r
into of Jolinson's 1i:t Iware st' t - an 1
oi bore-". Tho boys were taken to
Mangum where they wto lodged In
When the arre; or WHlhims was
•*iade by Henry. R. T. WilPani'' a
Mother, tailed Henry names which
*-enrv Immediately nr ie hu.-i retract
•inducing a ulx shooter H the fac«
Special Dlspatc lit othe Stat" Capital.
Ardmore, 1. 'J'.. May 10. Announce- j
ment of tho completion of the Harts
turn- Ard more extension of (he Choc :
Is the joy of the household, for without
it no happiness can be complete, liow
sweet (he picture of mother and babe,
angels smile at and commend the
thoughts and aspirations t*f the mother
bending over the era ti ft?. The ordeal through
which the expectant mother must pass, how-
ever, is so fuil of danger and suffering that
she looks forward to the hour when she shall
feel the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
fear. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror
of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend,
a scientific, liniment for external use only. w!..;h toughens and renders
pliable all the parts, and
assists nature in its sublime
work. Bv its aid thousands
of women have p issed this
great crisis in perfect safety
and without pain. Sold at $i.oo per
bottle by druggists, (jut book of priceless
value to all women sent free. Address
BRAPflLLU REGULATOR OO., Atlmrf. Cm.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Vinita I May 1" John P Dunn,
the alleged murderer of Sheriff Pow-
ers. of Clarksville. Ark . is reported lo-
cated In Oklahoma, and a force or
deputy marshals under Sheriff King
of Clarksville ha- I-H here to at
tempt h capture Dunn Is reported"
closely guarded by friends and a tight
is anticipated before he is taken.
Powers was killed by fine of a gang
of bank robbers whom he surprised at
work. Dunn was arrested in Kansas
and taken to \Viehita whore during a
controversy between the city and
county officials over Jhe_ reward of-
fered for him. he escaped.
It was Intimated that he was aided
i by some of the officials, and Governor
j Stanley istigated an investigation, lin
1 ally ottering a reward for his capture.
COTTON REGION BCLLETIN
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City, o T.. May 1<
the _'l hours ending at S a. m., 7.
INDIAN TERRITORY DISTRICT
ltomarks Moderate temperatur
vailed over tho entire cottun belt d
Ing the past 24 hours. Light procii
tat ion was reported from August
Charleston and Galveston centers.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Oklahoma City. O. T Ma.v l«i.
barometer is lower over 1 tab
highest over the upper lakes.
Fair weather Is generally reported:
scattered showers being noted fiver
the upper Mississippi and upper Mis
sourl valleys, and over Colorado and
New Mexico, during the past _t hours.
Conditions for generally fair weather.,
with possibly local thunder showers
forming during the evening hours.
THE MOON BILL
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Chickasha. I T May 1 > Hit- meet-
ing "t Commercial club and citizens,
held yesterday for the purpose of dl-
caaslDB the advisability of ondorbiug
IS PR EN TI
ahlogram has iust. been
Little. May 1
i State. Washlngt
THIS JS THE
to afford iciiof.
Slvlff 7 I I
Si %: • 7 1 J whitl
Eouon i- ran
1 Irom Lo
ber of people were r
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 325, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 11, 1902, newspaper, May 11, 1902; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc124713/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.