Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 10, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 26, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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TILS TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 26 1906.
The Tulsa Daily
I. U liWADY
Otfiri' in Scatnitn Kudding Third Street Telephone No 3.M)
KnteriM in thu Tulsa I'ostolliee an second claas matter
TKKMS OK SIJIvSCKIlflON.
One Vi-ur 'f-l "
Six Months -m
Thine Mciulis 1.00
Daily by Carrier.
On Year M K)
Six Months 2.40
Tlierce Months 1.20
One Month .10
1 1 :i vi ii vf been solicited hy 1 fi t 1 1 I and neighbors both
at Inuie and over the flit i if (illiil district to enter the
race fur constitutional delegate 1 have decided to offer
my inline to the le)iililieaiis of said district us a dele-
gate to the constitutional convention.
Tliti fai t that most towns anil cities have been iliviilril
in went iiiiiniciial elections ele. ami thai the fanners
have never hail any representation in government am!
that the new elate is to be the home of the fanner I
believe a fanner centrally localeil in the district should
represent the tillrd district in the coining constitutional
In the event of my being nominated us delegate I
solicit the support of the voters of the district believ-
ing that should I be elected 1 could represent and as
much as possible secure legislation for the welfare of the
Kespert fully sulnnitted
joiin' w. lmriiKit.
At the solicitation of uninerous friends and the unan-
imous action of the Catoosa Republican club endorsing
my candidacy I have decided to submit my name to
the Republicans of the sixty third dislricl as a delenale
to the constitutional convention. )
In making this announcement I
I have no intetest nor ambition to conserve except the
Very liiirhest anil liesl interests of our district and the
coming (.neat statu of Oklahoma by funning the best
constitution that ever safeguarded the moral and mater
ial interests of a state; securing to every
est measure of liberty consistent with good government
anil the prosperity and happiness of our people.
I respectfully solicit the iulliience and support of the
Republicans of the sixty-third constitutional district in
the coming nominating convention and if nominated the
iupport of all good citizens.
JOHN L. DKN'ItO.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for nom-
ination as delegate to the constitutional convention on
the Republican ticket for the sixty-eighth constitutional
district subject to the derision of the Republican con-
vention to be held for Ihc nomination of candidate for
W. J .ORKOG.
I respectfully announce my candidacy for the nomin-
ation as delegate to the constitutional convention on
the republican ticket for the Sixty-eighth district sub-
ject to the decision of the Republican convention.
DAVID L. SI.EEPEH.
DECISION IN OIL LEASES
.Indue Lawrence of the fedeiul court w sitting
in Tulsa tor the Hist time has handed down a decision
upon oil mi and mineral leases. The decision of the abb'
jur reproduced for the In nelit of the large number
of people in the territory interested in laud leases.
In the Tinted Stales Court in the Indian Territory foi
the Wlstcru Judicial District sitting al TuKa at
the regular September Tcim A. D. 1 !!.
Ordered Thai all guardians and curators vv:m shall
desire to lease the Ian. I. or any part thereof of their
wards for oil gas or other mineral puiosrs shall Hot
apply by petition to the conn tor an order for leave to
lease and upon the granting of such order the guardian
r curator shall lorthvvith proieed lo aihertise said land.
by apt description for os'n and public bids therefor
giving time and hour and place of sale by publication in
tl recording district where the land id situated for two
consecutive weeks counting from and including the llrst
publication and by osting a copy of same for same length
of time upon the court house door of the court bouse in
said district where the I'nited States District Court is
held and upon the bulletin board therein and shall
forthwith deliver to or send by mail a like copy to the
I'rohate Commissioner of such recording district wherein
the matter of such guardianship is ending. It shall be j
the duty of fuid commissioner to lie present and super-
vise the said sale and bidding and to determine who shall
be the highest and best bidder'al such sale ami lie shall
Fatlgna and Simmer Diaeaaa. I
Many people are so easilv affected
by i he hot weather as to be capable
I'I'miI little work during the ummr
ni'-nths. liuiuiry uliioiig Ipi ilriss
will abow that in neralv i . . r in-
atance there in a weak stomach and
Uiore or V n i e oi-
require before same is closed that such hi-ldcr shall pay
in cash the ainouut of the bonus if any mid also the
amount of the necessary and rcHnonahle expenses inclined
by said guardian iiicidcntiil to said leasing. It urn bid
der shall imt forthwith comply with said terms the laud
tin leupoii shall be re-olTcicd fur sale mid struck oh to I he
iiijlcl and bet bidder; provided however thai said
' i lii I I i a ll mid i- n 1 1 M i i - ! I .-1" shall in ihcii 1 1 mj 1 1 of said
sale and bidding slate I hi- name an I csiilcnc.- of i-ti id
1 1 1 1 1 -1 bidiler rcl'iisim; to comply with his 1 1 i I. mid bis
lin.iiiciiil standing that lie may he dealt with by the
court us and for 1 1 1 -1 1 1 j t uf cinirt lor failure n make
L' I his bid. Tin' guardian and the master shall vvilhin
live days alter said I i l i i ti ur. lile a joint ami lull report
of said sale with proof of publication and postiuu ot
notice of sale nml lease duly executed and adililional
bond under the regulations of the dcpartinc ill of the in-
terior. Such repiirt ami lease shal not lie approved by
Ihi lit until tin i- davs alter the same -hall have heeil
tiled as ut'orcMiid.
Itoiie t ii is. '."pli day of September A. ). 100(1.
WII.I.IAM II. I.AWIiKNCK.
.1 nl:e of i ti i I " 1 1 i I I Stales Court I'm Indian Territory
for the Western .linhrial district.
I;ditor and Owner
In the criminal annals of the northern district there
has been no case more pallietie than thai of Jim N'cal.
the boy who died in the I'nited Slates jail lure Friday
night. Scarcely a person who heaid eillier of his two
trials believe him innocent hut neither are there many
who think him guilty of deliberate murder. His crime
was the direct result of the lesser crili f robbery which
he hud planned probably largely in boyish bravado.
For his actions siibsciiicnl lo the murder proved that
Jim N'cal had the saving grace of conscience. Although he
had . i ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y escaped -airly from all pursuit and al-
though more than a year hud passed since that dreadful
Sunday when he saw old Mrs. Johnson reel from her
door way with the death wound which he had inllicted
his conscience would not lei him he and he came back
lo give himself up to justice. His iiHcinp! to save his
conscience by a trial in which he placed all the blame
on the old woman proved a failure; he could not shake
olT the remorse that had been gnawing at his life for
three Imivr veins and on Friday the end came; Ins tor-
lured brain id hist liluml rest and lie let us hope is par-
doned at last by thai Judge liom whose righteous sent-
ence there is mi escape. There me men walking the
streets ol Yinita today guiltier than Jim Seal; black as
was his crime he hail a conscience which would not let
him rest; and no man is wholly lost whose conscience is
still alive. Yinita Chieftain.
desire to say that
citizen I he great
thai the Tulsa exhibit lor the stale fair al Muskogee w
load this morning
way depot. The coal corn mid oil exhibit will be com-
plete. In these Tulsa excels and should easily lake the
Hist or grand prizes
TuUa also excels but the newness of the affair and the
short time to prepare an exhibit docs not permit of a
complete exhibit ion. It is to be hoped that nil will show
a broad minded interest in the fair ami that the best
exhibits be placed before the public. It is us much a mat
ter of education as advertisement and (he people contrib-
uting to the success of the fair add to the future great'
jiess and development of the territory.
POPS AND THE TRUSTS.
Jesse Dunn who
mittee only three
Oklahoma to run a ipulis paper and press agent Nes-
bit who has been the populist bos in Itlalne county have
succeeded in gelling
new slate but they will be checkmated in their attempt to
get into power in Oklahoma through the liberal use id'
money. The people will not stand for their lactic.
SHOULD RUSH THE PAVING.
The halting manner in which the paving of First
street progresses is a source of much regret among the
citizens of the town. Wliat retards the paving is not ap-
parent to Ihc average eilieiis but if there are hindrances
it is well that they were removed immediately. The street
is blocked the public is incoiiNenieiiced. It is high lim
that the paving was being completed.
Maybe Hilly Itryan favors the gov enimeiit ownership
of railroads because
chair of bis pipe dreams he will not have lo pay car
fare on his wind jamming ton'.
The fight over where llryau shall addres '.be eo-
ple upon the occasion of hi viit here is tearing large
chunks in the democratic liannoiiv camp.
Kryan loves the dear o.!. . Iml it is costing the dem-
ocratic campaign committee .J."0 to have the Itoy Orator
stop in Tulsa.
gestire organ right bv using Mi-o-na
1: (-.!.:. I- .. d the au.n.ner time
. ..i . . .t
w pnve the pleasanlest most de-
atrable and enjoyable uf the
year. For sale by the (.etmn Dm-
If yoo want to Viy see Hater.
A CASE OF CONSCIENCE.
Secretary Tucker of the Commercial club announces
at the Missouri Kansas & Texas rnil-
at the fair lu many other products
was chaiimaii of the populist com
vcars ag; lv Stafford who came to
a strangle hold on democracy in the
he thinks that in the presidential
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O GREATER OKLAHOMA O
Oklahoma mm has about -Jim grain
elevator. Twenty-live weie bull1
The mayor ol T.nwton his vetoe
an onliiiaiiie l"i' a liuiichi.se for
second telephone company. j
K. Wells near rth-nroe. raised II I
A -pound ear of coin 1 hi- year while
Ins m-iglihi.r has hanging on his hack ;
porch mi ear lliat contains 1-1 1 I
The Democratic ciimpiii'.u coimnli-li'i-
at Oklahoma City is indignant
because Frank lireer licenses I hem
of ili'in k iii'r ehiimpane. Thai col i-
miltee cerlainlv i- hard lo please.
"Rick" Me-sall former
mlii i I
of Ihc Oklahoma legislative council
.is i eteatei 111 l ie (epllllllcau pl'l-
ili".cs or dee'jale lo he ci list it u-
. . .. .
Molial convention nv a vote ot .(J io
"Fit teen or twenty Indian from
TiiIoim men women and papoose
were in Alva Monday on a trading
expedition" sins the R id. "They
bought nearly all the suit cases ami
telescopes in town to put their clothes
in w hen Ihey got home. "
A correspondent in the Oklahomaii
chai'gos that a piol'esor in the Kd-
moud not iiuil school has hi en absent
from Ins duties since September 4
devolini: much ol his time to the ul-
fairs of the Oklahoma Nationu
ynur.l of w hich he is a member.
Medfoi'd beiiuxs are growing jeal-
ous. When their swcetheurls pi to
the Simla Fe depot the young women
sa "When will the train come in
Mr. Iloinv'" And time looking
over his shoulder "Well if there
isn't Mr. Sweet." The agent's name
is Honey while his helper answers
Associate Jii-liec M. C. (iaiber is
ill al his home at (iaiber wilh t'cvci.
Ilobart N'eWs-liepllbliean : We Hole
in the Kingfisher Star thai our deai
brother Harry Itcticilict of King-
fisher was married in Oklahoma City
last Monday to Miss Kdith lliithchi-
son. Thai's a doL'-goue poor way nj'
healing your bioilnrs Harry. Yoi
i he'ited y.iursilf out if a si.x-l..l
ric'.iiig chair by aiiim; t lie smart y
i ml not letting us know almut i'
During the session of the Chick.i-
saw legisl llure which adjoin lied sev-
i nil days ago (leorge Colbert Im
venerable inlei prelcr was absent ami
one of the full blood members con-
sidered 'it necessary to net in his
stead for the enlightenment of som-'
ot the rjlher iiicIh'Is. During his in-
terpretation of the proceedings he
became very enthusiastic. After be
had finished Speaker Chenille r.-
inesled Ii i in to carry out his obliga-
tion by giving the other side of the
iiiction since he had given such i
clear interuietation of bis own views
His reply was: "Yon will have to
say il over then. 1 can't rciuembe.'
wind vnu sav. "
GOT A DEADLY PACKAGE.
Infernal Machine Packed Up In No-
York and Addressed to Banker.
Philadelphia. Mass. Sept. 2'). An
infernal machine addressed lo Jacob
S. Sehiff a S wcY'ork banker was
picked up on the street here today by
David Thompson a colored boy who
found it near a mail box. The boy
gave the package to Henri Sulztnan
n pos man who carried it lo the sub-
station and dcositcd it in the mm!
Supl. J. C. Mck'night noticed tba'
the wrapper was torn and while hand-
ling il he observed a grain of powde
which fell from the box ami he imme-
diately threw the package into a pan
of water. Later it was destroyed.
Haver sells Heal Kstate. 0-21 tf
Low Excursion Ratei Via Trisco.
Hiil'falo. New York and return 1.1.00
Tickets mii sale October 10 to 12 fi-
nal limit leaving Buffalo October IP.
Atlanta Georgia and return .fJll.tU
Account home-coming of (ieoryians
Tickets on sale October 8 and 0 fi
nal limit JO days from date of aale.
Kansas fit v and return $0.80. Ac-
count American Royal Live Slock
Show. Tickets on sale October 5 to
tl. final limit October 15.
Dallas. Texas and return $10.4.).
Tickets on sale October 6 and 7 fi-
nal limit 21 day from date of sale.
Toledo Ohio and' return. f'Vi.10. Tick-
els mi sale daily to September .10 fi-
nal limit October .11.
Memphis Tenn.. and return $12.00.
Tickets on sale October IS to 18 fi-
nal limit October 31.
w Orleans. I.a. and return $20.73.
Account Supreme Ivlge K. of I.
Tickets on sale October 1.1 to 15 fi-
nal limit October .10.
Chelsea. I. T- and return. $1.80. Ac-
count CbeNea Fair. Ticket on sale
Scntemher 2.) to 20 final limit Sep-
For full particular call on
W. K. WE! 411
World Want Ad will work won-
der for you while ynu sleep. Juat
y the word. 25 word 25 ent
I r rek. Phone 350.
CELL TO EXILE
Jtensland Willing To Give Up Dobz
ing the Law.
AN ACCUSING CONSCIENCE
jOny Companion of the Chicago Bank
I Wrecker A Woman Scorned Was
"Freedom seems sweeter than th"
prison in the abstract but under some
circumstance the cell is more wel-
j oiiic than tieinsr a wumlerer on ire
lace of the earth with an acciisin
conscience as an onlv companion and
. - i .
1 1 he terror ot detective at evetv
. c .. ...
'into. . - irnsi i i ii i ? hi nr. in ii-i ill
Chicago. Sept. 2.'). Following the
tailed account of the prrsiiit nml cap-
ture of Sieiisland. as he was travel-
ing under the name of I'. Olesou is
'he account of Slensland's convi'rs;i
! ion :
Slensland was obstinate and de-
I lied we coul 1 nt lake hi'ii and that
he would not go voluntarily.
"Anyway. I want my liberty a
long as iiossible." said lie "and 1 am
going to have it"
"Steiislaiid" said Oleson "you
did a dirty cowardly thing lo run
away. As a Norseman 1 am ashamed
of you. You huve disregarded out
loiiimon blood. Y'ou were a coward
lo leave your son Theodore to bear
the brunt f your climes. The or
thing IVr you to do is to go back face
the music and take your music" like n
The news that his sou Theodore had
been arrested was u surprise to him.
He eagerly asked what the charges
against Theodore were and if be were
out on bail.
j As a mailer of fact Steiislaiid
had little information of the failure
l He had seen no American -"iiers ami
j did not know on what day the ban:-:
j closed mid when told the loss w as
lover two million dollars he expressed
j no surprise. He insisted he was imiv
J icspoiisible tor half a million and
I w hile admitting that lining had stol
en a vast amount the immensity of
(lie total sum staggered him.
We then toi him the story of
Frank Kowalski' suicide and lie.
illier two deaths icsulling from the
bank's failure. This made a moneu-
tnry impression upon him but it soon
pased away and Steiislaiid resumed his
stubborn attitude .
No Right To Arrest Him.
As a matter of fact we had no
legal right lo stop him. Technically
we were guilty of kidnapping and the
situation began to look serious. The
American minister could not onle.'
Stenslund's arrest until lie had re-
ceived instructions from Washington.
These had been cabled for the night
before but they had not arrived. If
Steiislaiid had only known this In
could have walked out and told us to
go to blazes. He could not have es-
caped ultimately but could have
caused lis lots of trouble.
Just as we were about lo take re-
course lo arguments ami threats tel-
ling him that we would follow him to
the ends of the eurth nnilcapture him
eventually salvation came from Min-
ister Oumineie. James Martin of Un-
American legation staff npcared w ith
a note from the minister saying if I
had notified the Slate Department he
would take the responsibility of de-
tabling Steiislaiid iending advice
Stensland Begins to Yield.
Then Stensland for the first time
saw his fancied security on Moroccan
soil was a fraud ami n delusion lie
offered to gn to the hotel and talk the
matter ever a proposition he had
calmly rejected a short time before.
We told him we bail had no sleep mid
little to eat for 48 hours nml asked
him In go in break fast with us.
"I have hail my greakfast but
there is nothing to prevent yon gentle-
men from eating when and where you
please." said be with the utmost
politeness. "Pray don't let me de
Stensland now snng another tune.
He was told that it was too late that
all unofficial negotiations were at an
end and that I'ncle Sum had taken
The procession -W the American
embassy was fort..d with soldiers in
front beating off the mob and others
la-hind beating off the rear guard of
native. When the building over
which the American flag was flyinrr
w reached Stensland was ushered
into a room in the consul-general's
office where he was told be would la-
detained pending word from Vnr
Hy (hi time the fugitive banker
had wilted and he agreed to return
lo America wilh us anyway we chose
without process lie even got so far
a to figure on the teamster on which
he could get home the quickest.
"I'll go with you" he ai.1 "in
the way most agreeable to you. T
i lace myself entirely at your hnd.
I would like to go a gentleman i.n i
ave mvelf a much. htimilint ion a
Stensland a a warned 1li.ii -
would take no chances ol accidents
with him and that be would be
thrown into jail anywhere if he tried
any tricks. There was a touch of dig-
nity in his voice as he replied:
As A (ientleinau
"You need not mention that again
Mr. Oleson I will go as a gentleman."
During the long afternoon in the
office of the Amcricn eouiisul Steiis-
laiid talked brokeii-heartedlv with u.
Mid finally n in t. a full eonlessioii l.
Assistant State's Attorney Oleson in
He took much of the blame upon
himself hut declared that Cashier i r-
ing was the forger and thai lleiir..
got most of the money. He e.xonor
aled his son Theodore ami the bank
directors. lie declared it a lie tlu.i
be had -nt any money on Leon-
l.ang.hni Key or any other woman.
leelared that he never spent more
than fi.IMM a year himself and th-t
all the money he stole he pin jnlo
realeslale investments in the hope of
He said that he had llieu fully
Thursday preceding the day on which
he left Chicago. All tin night before
he wrestled with the problem whether
he wrestled with the problem wlielcr
lo blow his brains out or in.. lu the
hoins of darkness he decide! to kill
himself but postponed the act till
dawn and with the sunlight came
the primal instinct to hold on to
lite ami flight won over death.
Ilis preparations were nunied. Me
had surrendered his life insurance' pol-
icy for "0')() mid had received sy
''00 as commission on the sale of the
property of the eo--operativ( s -ne lo
the Northwestern Life Insurance Coiin
puny which bud held a iimrtg'tge lien
on the premises. He drew .fl.'-dl) in
salary fimn the Mt. Olivet Cemelarv
Association. This was all the money
he had taken with him.
"Why with .tl.d'lO.OOl) cash in ihc
bank did you not take more?''
"I could have taken !f25000H with-
out rouble" said he "but did not
want to. I have never taken one cent
in cash from the bank mid f ml n my
own pockel. I never took a ! ar
belonging to other people."
Stensland V health at firs' was not
the besl. When he hoardoil I lie train
on t lie start of his flighl he fainted '
and was unconscious for n w hile. Oil
board ship he was again stricken mid '
for four days was on his back. In hisl
first few days in Tangier he was far
from well. The climate and surround-!
ings here were repugnant lo him. ami '
lie went to Spain knowing the ris. he
took in moving from what he regarded
as protected soil lie knew I e would
not be safe but he took t1.e chance.
Life a Hell on Ear'h.
Stensland 'a life of exile v. as hell on
ea.'th according to Su i sland. From
the momei I he left Clneiigo 'is eveiv
waking thought was pr-gna: with
tear and his every sl.-i'n.ig . i-mc-nr
filled with terrible visions.
The very act of signing a fulst
name was torture and once the n'-i
put him in great danger. When he
left Tangier for Spain betook a check
book on the Anglo-Kgyptian bank at
(iibrnltar. While there he needed
money. He went to the bank and Hied
in a check for 500 pesetas and sturted
to sign Paul 0. Stensland wilh the
typical flourish at the first letter ol
the last name.
"When I realized what I was al-
most doing I nearly fainted" said he.
"I glanced quickly at the banker but
he did not notice the break. Then 1
tore up the cheek saying "I want
more money than that; add made out
another check for 000 )esetas signing
it P. Oleson. If the banker had been
sharp he would have caught me."
F.very American he met was an ob-
ject of disquiet to the fugitive. Once
while at the Hienn Christina hotel in
Algeeiras two Americans arrived on
the night train. Stenslnnd's quilty
eoiiscii nee wns especially active at
that time and be felt sure (he men
were after him. He watched their
every movement. All unconsciously
they confirmed his suspicions
Finally" said Stensland. "1
could stand it no longer. I hud t.
know the worst so I walked up am!
spoke to them and chatted while they
asked me where I was from. I said
Norway and then had to keep on ly-
ing and lying."
"Aboard ship coming over I suf-
fered. I was afraid to mingle with
the passenger yet also afraid to hold
aloft as there was danger in that.
When I changed the American money
al New York into French and I'nglish
money I did not dare go to the big
bank mid hud to go to a small nasty
Tinds Freedom A Curse.
"Though 1 hesitated two hours yc-
lerd.iv l" gc with you" he ndded.
"and tin itgh I fought against all sit'
geslioiis i i Mil render my heart w;s
not in . the fight I was making.
Strange as it all may seem two weeks
g.. I c-a!y became indifferent as to
"Fic! "-i- seems sweeter than the
$1000 Lost In Order to Make Quick Sale I t
Will sell strictly modern Home just finished eorner
I t worth 4.000 for f.1000. Immediate possession if sold'
I'-ran J lien 7-nnMii Cottage corner lot 50.xl40 good well
s' lble etc. UiOO.
S-.- id' bargaiui in 10 find 1." n-re trarls nenr Tulsa.
Barrett &. Graves RV-m2H first National Bank BI'd'ir
prison in the abstract but under some
circumstances is more welcome wel
come than being a w anderer on I he
lace of the eiH'th with an accusing
conscience as an only companion and
the terror of detectives: nt every
The fate of his sou Theodore was a
source of poignant anxiety to tin
father. When I told him that all the
money that Theodore bud in the world
the morning llie bank close I was $1.40
Stensland cried as though his heart
When it was intimated by' Mr. Ole-
son I Imt there must be no attempts to
kill himself Stensland almost shouted
"No! No! No! 1 must go hut k
to Chicago to testify that my son is
innocent us a babe. I deserted him
now my duly is In do all I can for him.
to save name and reputation. That
is one reason I waul lo get hoiuu as.
soon as possible ' '
THOUGHTS ON PROHIBITION.
Ennid Wave Holds That Prohibition
Is Not Temperance.
From the F.uid Wave.
Prohibition does not mean tcm-
pearaiiee or total absliiianee neither-
doe it promote eillier.
Those who desire intoxicants dim 'I
need the open saloon to procure nl-
cholic beverages as long as il is niiin-
ufactured in the I'liited Slates and
common carriers are allowed lo trans-
port il from place to place. When a
mail buys whiskey in bulk he will
drink more of it because it comes
cheaper t tin tl the saloon sells it and
he drinks seerelely. Social ill inking
secrelely in the private rooms of
young men is just as degrading ami
liable to go further and lead to more-
drunkenness than open drinking in an
open saloon in full view of the public
The record of every town nml city
in Kansas where prohibition reigns
supieme shows that liquor is openly
or seerelely sold and that each town
produces as many drunkards us towns
licensing open saloons.
Prohibition means forbidding thru
the force of the law in this case. No-
moral reform lias ever been success-
fully accomplished thru force. In some
some way or other the human instinct
rebels against force when it comes to
the frailities of man known as habit.
Moral suasion careful paicnlal
I raining and the teaching of the ef-
fects of ulchol upon the human system
in the public school in (oiineetioii
with the power of tin press in e.ixis-
ing debauchery thru the regular news
channels has done i..ore real genuine-
temperance work than all the prohi-
bition laws that Inn e ever hi en "ii-
acted or ever will he enaeled.
Many of the villages of Oklahoma
now. The people have rcl'us-1 to hi-
r iv salotn v in their mi. Is:. Manches-
ter a small town in the north-vvet
corner of (irant county right up
against the Kansas line foibids tne
saloon. Editor J. M. Simmons of
the Manchester Journal who is an
tibstainer himself and a temperanc
advocate pubished the following hew
in last week's issue of his paper:
"We hardly understand it but we-
saw more drunkenness in Manchester
last Saturday than was often to he
seen when we had three Miliums run-
ning full blast. We have no joints
mid no one that we know of is "boot-
legging" the vile stuff that make
a mail drunk. Guess it is in the air
or comes by express which is almost
Watch for the Ilig Hills of Miller-
If you want to sell see Haver.
A Superb Selection
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Your Rial Estate or Buiinist
No Matter Where Located
Pros.rlies and Business of all kinds
sold ipiickly for cash in all parts of
the I'nited States. Don't wait. Write-
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sell and give cash price on same.
If You Want to Buy
any knd of Husiness or real estate
anywhere nt any price write me
your reiiiirments. I can save you
lime and money.
415 Kansas Avenue.
DAVID P. TAFT
The Land Man
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Brady, J. R. Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 10, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 26, 1906, newspaper, September 26, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134752/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.