The Oklahoma Post. (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 129, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 17, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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THF. OKLAHOMA POST—WEDNESDAY
orTonEn 17. tfltf
ARE BUSY IN
ind Oklahoma la the only Held n > YOHIY\TfO\N 41IR
In sight that can produce a sufficient >'"1 1 V , . ' . , ,
ui'ount of oil to make good the pref XEARLl Alili IN
•ni shortage in the roast region. Thin,
;ombinatioii of mutual Interests wl.lj —
suable the Prairie Oil and Gas com
AND FACTS STIR
PEOPLE OF THE
TWO BIG PROJECTS
Practically All Names of Candidates
Have Been at Guthrie—Cam-
paign is Now On.
pany to have two outlets from the mid
•ontinent fields, n >w the greatest pro
lucing field of what is known as i I in
ruinating oil—its two trunk lines from
Humboldt. Kan., to Whiting, ind . and
the combination line to Port Arthur
This plan seems to be the quickest
solution of the problem, and also prom
!ses lo minimize
Outlook Encouraging. e.ectlo.i couimls i.inera. A Tew ar. Outline, commenced
With these plans practically assured still to be received, and there is a and will continue
Guthrie. Okla., Oct. 1G.—(Special.—
Praccicany all of the delegate nomin-
ations are now in the uauas of tne
Annua! Fall Reunion of the Guthrie
Coneitory is Under Way—
'OR Health's Sake—and tie acme of Beer Enjoyment,
Guthrie. Okla,, Oct. 16.—(Special.)—
The annual fall reunion of tne Scot
lish Kite consistory for the Valley 01
producera In Kansas and Oklahoma I little time still left for them and <e. night. A class of thlrty-aeten candl-
flelds are feellnx much encourage t tlflcatea can bo received up to mitl dates is taaing the degrees at this
with the future for western petrol.-111 nUht of October 10. There ure a very time. Yesterday the degiees from the
Interests and next year will und.iubt few gaps In the lia.s of nominees c). fourth to the fourteenth Inclusive,
edlv be a profitable one The Held I e old parties, and those w,;; not be were put on. today trie tifteentu to
steadily being developed toward tin there Ions. Among the new nomlna- the twenty-ninth, and tomorrow the
south and will evidently reach th< tlons r.'ported t id.iy are:
Texas line, making It necessary fo> h'.eventh district, .laraea it. Frost
the transportation and purchasing (s c.allrt.l
agencies to extern! their laclli.'e* t Tweniy-flrst district, I. O. Jacobs, or
iim w! 1. oevelcpme ' work. It) Agra, (socialist.)
l.e' • rjQ 1.^ 1 i|„- b- • put Twenty-second district. I)r. John F
of six months to complete lines. *anh Bilby, oi Strour# (independent.)
age and stations to handle the pr.-sent Twenty fourth district, Daniel Ha
To Build Pipe Lines to the Gulf of
Mexico Proving Very In-
Tulsa, Okla., Oct. 16.—(Special)—
Crude oil circles in the Tulsa district
of tne mid-continent oil fields have
been somewhat exercised during the -
past week over one or two facts and |%. ,; ,
several rumors. C. H. Markham. J. j
F. Kisner and H. G. Arnold, of beau- ^ > oibuijub Tlf1ll1IITr r,t.„ .
mont, Texas, and G. S. Davidson and Mirp|UBt but When is accompllsnej rader. of Crescent, (prohibition.)
J. M. MiUieb, of Pittsburg, **a- haJ' j producers may hope for greatly lm Twenty-seventh district
been in Tulsa ail the week, a r.i fn proved conditions and a firm marl:'' Brown, of Fdmond, trepuo
ham 1b general manager of tne Mellon having an upward tendencv. Kev. A. M. VirDen, of Edmond, (in- Gardner, Hydro; George Washington
and Guifey oil interests in Texas, be- ' dependent.) ('riles, Norman; Emmett Evan Heffin,
ing the guif refl iing company, refiners,, Ani important ^0"",8i0n- .. . Twenty-eighth district. Rev. E. O. | Shawnee; Buieon Orville Himiman, ot
thirtieth, thirty-flrst and thirty-second
The memoers of tne pi -sent class
are: James Monroe Aydelotte, ot
Shawnee; John Alexander ClarK. of
Guthrie; James Hadrin Uhlnn, of Ok
lahoma City; Samuel A. Calhoun, of
Oklahoma City; Willard Alfred Chain,
Haskew; Mark Irvin Coffin, Clinton;
Edward Van Loo Ford, Guthrie; Word-
ward Garfield Fuury, Barltesville; .las
Scott Glenn. Bartlesville; Seph Albln
and the Guifey Petroleum company,
the producing depaitment, and Mr.
Fisher and Mr. Arnold are the super-
intendents. Mr. Davidson is the man-
ager fjr the Mellon brothers of their
eastern Industrial and financial ar-
fairs, in order to secure a part of Its
fuel oil supply the bouthein Pacific
railroad became Interested in the Guf-
fey pioperties anil placed Mr. Mark-
ham lu charge. The Texas produc-
tion of crude oil has decreased to a
point where the principal operators
are looking abjut for another supply.
During the past year the production oi
oil has increased In Oklahoma until
there is a surplus and the price has
declined to Its lowest point. 1 ne
surplus and its cheapness are respon-
hK it- for tne visit of the Texas ana
Pittsburg men to Tulsa, to arrange fur
the purchase and shipment of enourn
io p«ece out their present
Tbo firs iu)ve c f 'ne texas neople
has been the purchase of 240 acreF
of land on Polecat creek, ten tnl.ej
south of Tulsa, on which some iron
storage tanks will be put up, also u
pumping station to handle the oil from
leases iurnishiug oil. Loading racks
will be built at Kiefer Bwltch, on the
Frlsoo railroad, from which point the
oil will be loaded into tank cars and
taken by the Frisco to Denison Tex.,
where the Houston and Texas Central
railroad, a part of the Southern Pa-
President Roosevelt has con-
firmed all the drilling or operating
contracts made by Ft. C. Adams witn
several persons. Adams secured oil
and gas leases upon a majority oi
Delaware allotments in the Cheroke
nation and also procured freedmen and
Indians filings upon much of the Dela
ware surplus holdings. Secretary
Htchcock luled agalm t the rail lltj OI
the filings, but President Roosevelt
confirmed t; e right of Adams to the
land, amounting to nearly 12,000 acres
nearly all of It In the oil belt. 8tubb3
6t Low, T. N. Barnsdall, u. r. iiraue
and other oil operators subleased
some of this land and made drilling
contracts on tae remainder, Adams se-
curing the royalties and cash induct
meets. In his announced attempt to
proven* Standard Oil and me Barnsdall
interests from acquiring oil and gas
lands Secretary Hltchccck refused •<
recognize drilling contracts In anj
■ hape. The operators who had ej,
pended money In drilling wells made
showings why the oontracts w?re legi-
timate and legal, but the secretary re
'used to recognize them and an-
nounced lie would revoke leases in
which such contracts had been marie
T. N. Barnsdall and several others h id
Interviews with the president, who an-
nounces that such contracts are legal
and Cannot be turned down where de-
partmental regulations have been com-
plied with. This being so in the ca« e
I Wmtwell, of Oklahoma City, (inde- j Bartlesville; Frank John Hartman, ot
pendeut.) (Shawnee; John Jay Hlldretn, of Gutn-
Twenty-ninth district, Robert j rie; Frank Leroy Ham on, of fcJni . ;
Ciiowning, of Oklahoma City, (lnde- j Carlvon Jagersfleld, of El Reno; Chss.
pendent.) Krogman, of Avery; Win.am FrauK
Sixtieth district, Don P. Wills, cf Laird, of Mooreland; Curtis Melanoth-
Miaml, (democrat.) • j on Lower, or Enid; Jese Campbell
Sixty-first district, J. W. Swarts, ot Lynch, of Ok.ahoma City; Clint Moore
Chelsea, (democrat); Edward Byrd, of Bartlesville; Robert McKay, of
of Chelsea. (Independent.) Coyle; FFarrls H. McKlnley, of Okia
Sixty-sixth district. J. Turner Bd- homa City; Lon B. Mooreman, ot
mend son. of Maysville. (demo- Woodward; Lucien Leeds Morrison, ct
crat.) " ^ ,rv,~ 1 1
Sixty-ninth district, Francis R. Bren-
nan. of Bixby, (non-partisan.)
Eighty-eighth district, Tandy G
Walker, of Stonewall, (democrat.)
Ninety-second district, T. G. Over-
ftreet. of Cowlington, (republican.)
Ti 1 iid i "in L. Wade
of Marlow (Jefferson democrat): Roy-
al J. Allen of Duncan, (democrat.)
Ninety-eighth district, Merrill L
Thompson, of Hartshorne, (republi
One Hundred Second district. Wil
ll*ni J. Dorsev, of Cornisn. (democrat.)
One Hundred Sixth district. J. L
Clark, of Legate, (independent.)
Woodward; Jesse Campbell Lynch, ot
Oklahoma City; Samuel Arthur Mc
Cool, of Bartlesville; James Edward
Milam, of Blackburn; Harry Beetman
Northrup, of Guthrie; Attila George
Fosenberry, Sapulpa; Ell Rockwell, o
Guthrie; James Albert Robertson, o
Fallis; William Newton Rucxer, o1
Norman; Charles Sickel. of Oklahoma
City; Frederick Roscoe Sutton, of Bar
tle-'Ville; Ernest Walter TrapneU, o
Guthrie; Jes*e Norris Tucker, of Enid
Ex-Newsg^ner M-n to Lend Money.
Hobart. Okla., Oct. 16.—(Special.) —
complete innovation In newspaper
\ny of the Blatz brands of beer are sure to please.—
The component parts of Blatz beer possess food and tonic
properties that are most beneficial—and all that means beer
honor is the basis of every brew. Then there are the
processes of cooling, aging, sterilizing, and so on Hut
back of all this is Blatz Quality and Character there s
the secret of Blatz Popularity.
Bottled Blatz is available, or should be, in most
first-class places. Ask for Blatz Beer.
Drop a postal to VOSS BREWING CO., dealers in bottled
beer. Oklahoma City Okla., for a case delivered home.
The celebrated brands — Private Stock, Wiener,
Maenchener and Export—Are
Brewed Exclusively by
VAL ELATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE
REPORT MANY SHORTAGES.
Expert Accountants Get Through In
Guthrie, Okla., Oct. 16.—(Special.)—
The report ot the expert accountant
*ho hu.i been examining the record!
C the various county offices in Day
nunty lias caused consternatkn
uioug the various county officials,
iast and present. The import shows
hortages aggregating J24.000. Many
f tuetn are merely errors in book-
eeping, and are not in any sense de
The report finds shortages or errors
•f snnie kind In the books of every
Guilty ofticlal since the county war
•stab..shed, with the exception of Al
UECH REMAINS IN
dflc system, will transport the cars J"'™',1' nh!f,?,""I,™
Qnaumnnl OrtAU.KIo Hilt HlllSt hOl(l With Otllt 1 S. I 111
.. venteentb district, M. C. Brown 'about by Omer K. B nelVt, lat^ eii
•of Perrv. (Qoeiilist ) j tor and proprietor of the Hobart Newe
Thirtieth district, M. J. Stowe, ot ' Perubllcan, Mr. Benedict started th^
doni in Okbhoma has been brought i 1 rn and Beiver as surveyors and Halt
r.d Jenkins as assessors.
The largest shortages listed In the
Fifty-sixth d'striet. Thomas F. Fin-
ney, of Gray Horse, (repuDlican.)
To Pro-I'cute "Uro" SeOerg.
Guthrie. Okla. Oct. 16.—(Sneclal.>-
; first nar"3r in Hobart when the "tew
country" was opened five years ago.
| and has evidently prospered. He has
J t een fleeted secretary of the Okla-
homa Press association a number of
| times, because of his thorough buei
Beaumont, Texas, where the 2,000-blB.
a day refinery of the company Is locat-
ed. It is the intention to thus handle
5,000 barrels a day of oil purchased in
the Glenn pjol, locitod fifteen miles
south of Tulsa. Offices for the new
^Dl®tr'ct Attornev John ! n,nos like conduct in office, and the
Embry will durlni the present term j hleh esteem Ini which he hasi been held
made to the oil and gas interests ami
will prove of great advantage to the
bu?iuess. President Roosevelt will un
doubtedly recommend to congress some
rarctaulnc a'geocjThave beenHectireaI ■"•'"rial and important modification
In the First National bank building, to °f regulations, and
eport are as follows: H. I. Walck,
,erk $SCS.4v ; S. L. Mead, clerk, U,-
231.74; A. S. Burran, clerk, fMO.UO;
H. Monser, clerk, $2,113,11; JoEeph
L. Smith, sheriff, $1,742.10; — Down
ing, treasurer, y8C8.40; W. F. Burnett
treasurer. $1,753.08; David Hogg, treas-
urer. $1,501.03; S. Grim, treasurer, $1,
737.83; Charles Swlndall, county at-
torney. $821.20; all commissioners, on
nitP the men who have boen selling!In 8hnw"- e last snring when the illegal bills allowed, $4,830. com
Tno" ar Pwwlruk* and Foraker. A two associ:'V^ns of the, two terrl- missloner is also charged with over-
Ai>«rr«inoi iim boon made of t-rie* w^e consolidated. Mr. Beredict drawn salaiy.
samnle bottle* of the stuff confl«ft^l was selected us the first president of 1 lie officials whose records are
when th Uno Joints were clo-ed bv the con°olidrtlon. He has just re-1 brought into question say that the re
tbo fe'oral offloeiw and is said to cently d'snosed of his rewspaper hold- port is full of errors and is not to
the federal offleer^ '"^ited Unrsjn Hobart, and aftrr advertlvlns | be taken us reliable.
is the most Important concession ye f n. ., , "„1(1 1)cf jvi,,v nroae by the fraternitv. Indeed, at the meet
frt tlHii (n fh.. f\ll fir*J ivii.' Intriff. 'I - .,iwl 1 ... V 1. .. I.. ... U11,
<•> w that
be In charge of H. G. Arnold. The 'bat bodv can enact legislation tta flff -
comnanv has nlentv of emntv tankate I w " eliminate much of tne arbitrary . lot of residence propertv, personal ■ ,, J .
in Texas and enough of these tanks, personality Injected Into the territorial Some BPnBllHonal devflonmenti are property, etc.. for sale, now makfi the 8ay1> Doctor ^"cnbed *"««•«•
will be cut down and reset on the j situation by Indian In.peotor J. George ,.(ir ,„rin„ ,)resent :,nnounceirent that he will loan anv P"Tor Creefc I. T. Ocr it,, thpec
Polecat farm, and the pipelines, pumps Wright and Secretary Hitchcock. tfrm of collrt pawhuska in connec- art of *1 /on rn shnit time Of •) critirii condition it t board-
and most of the material used will also | ,i(.n with lh-> alleged briherv of the courae the flrat thins hUas^oH- - ylng;lrla,crlU<alIwnOMon.at^a board
be brought from Texas. It will be 8lx Pumping Stations at Red Fork. o°ape council a ye«r at o bv peoria b_ k is V here did he get it. 8 ,, ., dose J,, arsenic.
about two months before the purchase Tulsa, I. T., Oct. 10.—(Special)— i-toros ''d 1' w curimr the annrovol Mr. Benedict has also been selected 'h ........
aitd handling of the oil can be regular- j six pumning •taUOU have Deen 1 om of certain oil lorse«. Tt 's undrrctood j by Governor Irantz a^ one of the ter i < i _ _ y _
* rnQ TT1Priinir
bo been sick. The remedy was taken as Oage, Dan Pees: Guthrie, W. H. Nose,
The first effect of this movement of
Oklahoma oil to Texas will be felt in
the Tulsa district, but operators and
producers feel encouraged, thinking
that the competition, although limited
will put the Prairie Oil and Gas com-
pany on its competitive mettle and
cause it to make extensions that will
be of benefit to the entire field and
eventually bring a higher market for
western crude. The Prairie Oil and
Gas company has already expended
$40,000000 in Kansas and Oklahoma in
providing pipelines, tankage and re-
fineries and the purchase of crude oil
and to perfect its system of lifvfci and
maintain its supremacy will be com-
pelled to expend many million* more.
The quantity of oil the Texas people
will take is only a small psrt of the
total production—115.000 birrels dally
—but It Is a move toward absorbing
the surplus of 40,000 barrels a day now
in slpht, and when all the oil is taken
as fast as it is produced the producing
end will be in good shape and the mar-
ket will have a chance to react, it is
not probable that any Increase In the
price of Oklahoma crude oil will bo
made until next year, as there Is a
plentiful supply In sight now, and un-
til puichasers have trouble in getting
such quantities as they may desire
there is no apparent reason for rais-
ing the price. The Texas people win
have to pay a railroad haul of at least
63 cents a barrel, in addition to
cents u -barrel for the oil at tne wells
and they have no desire to pay more
for the crude than they are compelled
About the Gulf Pipeline.
The Guffey Interests do not contem-
plate the construction of a pipeline
from Oklahoma to the gulf at this
time. Whether they will at some fu-
ture time is dependent wholly upon
two contingencies. One of these oon-
stlngencies Is the complete failure ot
" rrrl^iaXajr-^,^* r; cl.Pk
Announcement Is Made of Appoint-
ment by Methodist Conference
Enid, Okla., Oct. 16.—(Special.)—
The following were the appointments
made In the Methodist conference to-
t-veslding elders: Enid district, C.
S. Burchfield; Lawton district, E. B.
Rankin; El Reno dlstr'ct, Marion Por-
ter; Guthrie district, H. A. Doty; Ok-
l bomn "=<Mct. J. T. Riley; Perry dis-
trict, J. E. Burt.
Pastors: Alva. W. E. Woodward;
Carmen, H. C. Moore, Enid. R. A.
Barnes; Helena. E. F. Williams;
Kremlin, W. A. Cerke: Medford, peter
| Parker: Pond Creek, E. F. H'll; Ren-
frow, T. M. Calamo; Ringwood, F. L.
Pamand; Woodward. J. W. Kendall:
Hobart, R. O. Ollahan; Lawton, J.
G. HarsTnw: Billings, F. E. Barber;
Blackwell. E. B. Cole; Garber. J. A.
Ffrguson: Hunter. L. A. Cooke: La-
mont, Mark White; Newkirk. H. H.
Miller; Pawhuska, H. E. Frohock;
Pawnee, L. I. Doming: Perrv, R. L.
Nickel*; Ponca CItv. T. J. Crumley;
Salt Fork. R. A. PoU!ng«on; Chandler,
A. J. Taylor; Cushing, C. O. Brannon;
F-'mon*. A. M. Virden: Mulhall. H. E.
Brill; Norman, R. L. Grant: Oklahoma
City, W. H. B. TTrch: Oklahoma CItv,
W. J. Torbert: Perkins. W. E. Jones:
Shawnee. O. W. Martin: Stroud. J. N.
Hubbard: Stillwater. E. L. Nicholson;
Tecumseh. T,. W. Brakebill: Anadarko,
F. L. Farrington; Aranahoe, M W.
Samson: El Reno, T. E. Carter:
Weatherford. J. C. Brogan; Cleo, J.
Cashion. V. M. Young;
burnt In its Nos. 6 and 11 passenger I brl' e pivors and th« brib* takers,
trains and is proving entirely sail* ft is * t*n un.ord that some of
factory. evld. co wh'oh was so^nrod Hv
Two stops a day are made and is a th* federal Insnectora recontlv In Ok-
tuff'clent quantity to supply the en ' ' ~ '
finer from Sapulpa to Monett. Mo , one
division. Tulsa fuel oil has beeu thor-
oughly tested and proven to bo the
nip best grade of fuel oil In the world
Probably in a short time the Frisco
will burn oil in all its engines.
Rails Arrive for Tulsa Street Railway.
Tulsa, 1. T., Oct. 10.—l3peci.il)
Three cars loads of rails arrived till
afternoon for the Tulsa Street Cut
lystem from St. Louis. They are sev
enty-flve pound rails and all new ai d
->f a high quality. The Tiflsa Strac
Car system will be In operation t>
tiie first of next March, if not sooner.
said H. C. Bosler, manager of th< ^
company today. Work will commenc dopf nf tbr
next week on the line and will b \« •
oushed until one mile ot the line 1^ «,«fw
completed. Mr. Bosler Is having c >n-
sldtraole trouble in finding enougl
good ties to use. Tne first milo oi
track will be btult through Main St
lahoma to lnve«tie t« th t matter
may be presented to the grand Jury.
P0'« Over in t'tut*«.
Guthrie. Okl' Oct. 16.——
T3apmu e the rff'eors of tho Wn^'wnH
FsrmT®' l*vMtiito bad rhTP-
< th-^ * to fnr th°1r without
eorsnltlne S^^^tarv McNabh, c f tb<
hear* of a°Tlc"ltur«. or nnv of tnn
■ on the |ng 'tu*«* prowarn.
tb^rp pnmo rorv rear beln,T no '"st'-
tut«* in Wnodw«r4 rouutv f"11
n Mr. MoV^^b sn.l P-oV^^or
'l^orebonse arr|v«'i tb-ro 8**t
thev discovered whqt h d br-n
a^d tb t ■orn^i raM"n« bad
r> for th« h^'ne of the In-tltut*.
11 v <\ A. N^weomh. v'^ rrosl-
nlward con« v o" *an
*ed. ana b'q
five nr thirty formers
woro a«S«mrtn 11®ten to na^-oqapa
bv Me« r*. McNftbb nnd Mooreh^n**®.
Mr \o«voom' was el^cto'i nre®'*
dent for the eoml^fl' vear. w'th O
to know about that $10,000.
Lessees Ex*ct Plednes.
Lawton, Okla.. Oct. 1(5.— (Special.)—
Like the Anti-Saloon League forces
in making tlie tight for candidate
pledged to their cause, the school land
1 of sees of the Flfty-flfth constitu
tional district. In Comanche county
ered in a dying condition and several
physicians worked some hours before
he was revived. There are hopes for
his recovery. *
Norman Boy In Trouble.
Norman, Okla.. Oct. 6.—(Special.)—
Word has reached here that Lon We*)
iter, who recently went from his home
meeting held this week adonte l a s t n Norman, to Ontario, Cal., while en-
of regulations conformity with whici
is requlrel of an> candidate for dele
j irate to the convention, before the en
lldate may have the support of the
lessee. Th* resolutions read:
"Resolved. First, that we are prou
- f the record which adopted the ge~
•rous provls'ons of the homestead an«
pree homes laws, whereby thousand
wero made happv and prosperous.
"We favor and ask in the body ot
the const'tution of the new state, tin
•ndlvidual owncrshln of school lands:
ind to provide for the sale of the s un-
it a fair price. In Its raw stite, at. th
time of iN first leising, on long term
| ind at a low rate of Interest.
"Re«olved, Second. That we will not
i support any mau for delegate to the
icnventlon who will n
Taged in an altercation with him. shot
ind killed h negro with a shotgun. Nr
particulars of the crime have bee-
•eceiver. but tt is said that the shoot
ns occurred In a wine room The
■oung man was well known in Nor-
D. G. Murray: Okarche. W. R. Leigh:
Okeene. H. NT. Oowan; Watonga, P.
M. Strong; Eaukomls. C. R. Brewer.
Others to be supplied.
FRANTZ NAMES DELEGATES.
To the Trans-Mississippi Commercial
Congress at Kansas City.
Guthrie, Okla., Oct. 16.—(Special.)—
Announcement is made of the follow-
ing list of delegates appointed by Gov-
ernor Frank Frantz to attend the
Tians-MisslssippJ Commercial Con-
gress which will be hetd in -.ansas
Cay, Mo., November 20th to 24th, llHMi.
J. ,,. Webb, Beaver, Cttla.
John J. Gerlach, Woodward, Okla.
M. M. Fulkerson, Alva, Okla.
A. H. Geissler, Carmen, Okla.
J. C. McClelland, Pond Creek, Okla.
O. J. Fleming, Enid, okla.
... U. Ferguson, Emu, Okla.
H. II. Champlln, Enid. Okla.
r\ W. Smith, Newkirk, <—a.
Q. jdl. Dowis, B!ackwen, Okla.
J. J. McGraw, Ponca City, Okla.
W. A. Brooks, Tonkawa. Okla.
H. A. McCandless, Perry. Okla.
C. P. Rock, Pawnee, Okla.
E. K. laurmond, Grand, cmla.
A. H. Keith, Taloga, Okla.
Jerome Harrington, Watonga, OKIff
John H. Dillon, Geary, Okla.
A. J. Seay, Klngflsner, Okla.
J. W. McNeal, Guthrie. Okla.
U. C. viuss, Ouwurie, Okla.
W. A. Frasler, Gut.-.e, OKia.
Frank J. Wikou, Stillwater, Okla.
S. F. Swinford, Stillwater, Okla.
P. S. Hoffman, Chandler, Okla.
H. R. Hoffman, Oklahoma City, Okla.
J. L \\ ..Kin, Oklahoma —y, Okia.
Carl Holtzschue, Oklahoma Citj,
C. H. Bessent, norman, Okla.
C. M. Cade, Shawnee, Ok.a.
Robert Trulock, El Reno, Okla.
E. E. Blake, El Reno,#Ok'a.
H. T. Smith. Anadarko, Okla.
Guy C. Robertson, Lawton, Okla.
A. H. Veatberbee, Hobart, Okla.
C. C. Curtis. Cordell, Okla.
O. B. Kee, Weatherford, Okla.
R. V. Converse, Cheyenne, Okla.
A. N. i.uble, Pawhuska, Okia.
F. W. Farrar, PawhusKa. Okla.
New Road to Texas.
Muskogee. I. T., Oct. 16.—(Sneclal.)
—Vice President Dewor of the Mis
«onrl. Oklahoma and Gulf railroad
ANTI-TIPPING MASS MEETINGS.
Are to be Held for Purpose of Destroy-
ing Underpaying System.
London, Oct. 16.—At the call of tho
wa't^r's union. antl-tlpMng mass meet-
corm<anv announced todav that hejjngs are to gather In Trafalgar squar j
would shortlv br«r'n an extension from i In Hyde park, on the stens of St.
Cotton Pickers by the Carload.
Duncan, I. 1.. Oct. 10.—(Special.)-
"he first car load of negro cotton pick
•rs brought to the Indian Territory
otton fields arrived yesterday at Dun
-'ii from Texas points. They are ft
11 ages and sizes, tints and sexes. Thf
consignment w^s distributed amon'
'armers whose crops w >re b idlvin nee'
f picking. Others will be brought In
the country as rapidly as they can
th5'' cltv to Denlson, Texa
Tht^ road Is to be purch«ced bv thr
Harrlman Interests and will onntinue
to operate as an independent line.
Pvtb'?ns Penin Session.
New Orleans. La.. Oct. 16.—After
gnvnrpl devotod to the recentlon
of the visitors and the dlsnosal of pre-
ll^l«arv birinrss the sunreme lod^o o'
Kriehts of Pvb'as and tho biennial
encampment of the uniformed rank of
nrftpr pot 'nto full swing todav.
Meeting" wore be fill n al°o by th« su
oreme Temple of Rathbone Sisters,
the association of Grand Keepers of
Poeords and S als. and th? National
Pythian Editorial association.
A public welcome was extended to
socrrtarv an 1
Uncle Sam Oil Company Line. ,
Tulsa. I. T„ tk't. hi —(Spi'i'lal)- Ml,,nr, 8,„ *.
Thursday afternoon the imnn-ns.- ,n "" nT,"":
pumps In the stations of the Unci*' J *'rr,0',
Sam Oil company from Bartlesville tc N:l •••
Cherryvale were sot in motion ana | w<1'k at -^'Ta ,'1(' Af t'"h°.
the pipe line of ihe Uncle Sam ikjui
pany. which will carry thousands of
barrels of crude oil dally from the
leases In the Indian Territory nil I
Oklahoma to the Clierryvale and At-
chison refineries of Ihe company wa-
in successful operation ! The firs
ii vada, capital
a** vice ^r-'s'dent and .T ron^tltut'onal
nledge himself to support the above
•Resolved. Third. That in our selec
tion for constitutional delegate we |
^N"hl °TOTy'auMtkm9was^tBe subject! P'n0 soldier, shot and killed Hood1 the cltv. and bv renreaentatlves of
nf Intense argument In many of tlie Wilson of Purcell at 10:M Baturdav ! the Ixulslanl gran.1 lodge. Supreme
►°d a 3 d 1«-
t|ne of tbo
I the visitors at notable exercises hold
*——~~~* in the Tulane theatre this morning.
Killing at Lexington. The Kniehfs were eordlallv ereeted by
Lexington. O^la., Oct. 16.—A man Governor Rlanchard on behalf ot the
! named Williams, a returve j Philip- • state, by Mavor Behman, sneaking for
Paul's cathedral and at other points
throughout London every Sunday af-
ternoon for the next s'x weeks.
The red flag Is the symbol of tho
m^vrror«nt. "It mef'ns." said onr of
the loaders among the wiiters, "the
destruction of a system which under*
••••s /^vo-vorko'* mefl and reduces
them to the moral level of naupcrs"
t*o maloHtv of the pmnioyers. who
nrefer to have the waiters t>«Id by
the public, are doing all In their pow-
to o^^srrass tb" reform, pome go
|lng so far as to threaten dl«ml"sa] to
any one In tholr service who Identi-
jsrc w'*h th n-^vprn-nt.
The secretarv of the Union H lvetia
as the Swiss waiter's org'niMt'on Is
known, announces that a living wage
Is the object to be attained.
Of French Mutuals Race Betting Sys-
tem Because of Riot.
both parties during the past summer
Is the success encountered In deal-
ing with producers and tne profits ac
cruing from the use of Oklahoma on
They have a considerable supply as.
test was made with water to see
their were any leaks and to test the ' i',..,' ',n,« 'p
the Texa. oil producUon and .he other| | «'™T'M.nPs
■■ ■■■■ ■11 ■ — com^an1 of Okl"b«u«a C't« nn m <
Death Under Engine. M'^nt.; •• it i| afo^H tsno.oort:
Chelsea. I. T., Oct. 16.—(Special.)— i-'oor^orator-*. Kdw- rd Sv|v« t« r, of
surel In Texas for a year, with the| A tragic death was that which endM Mf^gonH. Mont : P" 1 H Smith, of
possibility that other pools will be the life of Jack Robertson yesti r!a> A" eon^a. Mont.; Ralph Ramer. of
Paris. Oct. 16.—The leading Paris
shootina. Wilson was drivlna a soonded for the supreme lodge and j newsnaners an* domand'na the aboil*
Sfia(, hnwAver was ♦oit'M"iase anc^ W8S suddenly shot from Major-General Arthur Stobbart ex tion of the French Mutuals race b^t-
nM—Territorial charters were issued P ' 'tf,_. hv t'uft iBlriH.1 bfVind by W'lllams, who was hi^ pressed an appreciation of the cordial ting system as a result of the recent
t0tV T."'","11"™5' . , new state nrovlded fo, raasen^er. Williams was arreBted and g,eetlnFS In behalf of the uniformed riot at the l,onRchame course.
M'nln^ cornorstlon, er ature of tt e. ni state provided rc |g now ln ^ purcell )al] ]ank M th# c)Qae of theRc formam I Thp„ att,.lhat., Ihe dl.turbance
Oklahoma dltv Slid vt.-s.ttsn. N-v|ln U>e enaunng ati. ^ the aunreD,e l0(11re art|ournp.l to! Vh^llv to th hook makers who have
Secretary's Nephew Wants the Place another hall, where the twenty-fourth lone hem discontented. Th* svstem
... I. i I'll ... — It . ..... .. 4 1 U.iivnn I ♦ - eonplit.ie Ifonlf Ii I m n .1 .1 . , . 1 1.
Guthrie Okla.. October 16.—fSnoc-
Highest Price for Cotton. Noble. Okla.. Oct. 6.—Frank Fllson lilonnlal convection began Its sessions Itself, It Ip add^d. Is a bad
Hartshorn. I. T.. Oct. 16.—(Special.) ] tht position of post- behind closnd doors. government reeulatlon of public frlvol-
—'The highest price realized for a ni,lgjer at jsj0ble. has resigned and win i The parade of the uniformed rank.It'eg has never been successful. The
single bale of cotton so far re oraei ninV(J yew Mexiiy. It is said his was held this afternoon and moved to government Is disgraced, too. It 1
It. the 'wo territories, was yesterday js falling and he goes there to t>G one of the most splendid demon
wven Geo. Barnes brought a bale tr r(>clIp®ra^ Amonp several annllcantf ?trations of Its kind ever s^en In New
Hartshorne weighing 505 pounds, i * o foj, no«tolflce J^b is John DeLong Orleans. Thousands of the knlehta
• «1 tor tne nostojnee j1 • > is jonn ueuuoi uni>idk i iimubbuhb u mo wh*ih«
rM 10 rent* per ixjund, ard a nep ,ow 0f q h. Filson. secretarv ot with glittering swords and waving In* U
of was given, w^lcn ^ _ ferj.nory, and it is the ponulir rlumes marcb°d In proce-^ion through stitnt
gued, by Identifying Itself with what
hs« n show n to ho ;i swindle.
Minister of Agriculture Puau Is be-
Ine urged from manv quarter1* to in-
an lnvo«M«ratlon to d°t°rmine
opened there that would make the ex-
pendlture of $?,000,000 for a pipeline
an unprv)fitable investment, even ad-
mitting the great inferiority of the
near Chelsea. Robertson was moving .t OVish^ma Cltv
load of drilling tools with his traction Farnvrs' Grain com"i,i * of Calu-
engine. He had juat croaked a bridge m t: c-i ifal itoe'^ Ineoroora-
before which was a hill and the engine t^rs. J P. PaV^r. F M. Armstrong. J.
brought the wtole amount un to $i:-8 thnt be will be successful in C*nal. St. Charles and other l^adlriK to what extent the book makers wero
The nualltv wis of t*e very best and ,Iindlng lhe j(,b
is like the whole crop that will be,
gathered by Mr. Runes this season. Illinois Club Women.
| downtown streetg and were enthusi-
astically che"red by the great crowds
tlined tb" s'd walks and filled win-
I. T.. Oct. lu.—(Suectal.)— National Hr.nk,
Texas oil for reilning as compare) could not draw the load oenind it up K Carllle, G. i' Wilson and Robert
with the light oil of Oklahoma, sev- the incline. In some way the engine Crawly, all of Calumet
eral weeks ago the Prairie Oil anoh**0*®® unmanageable and backed oft ■■■■ ■—■■■
Gas company built loading racks at i the side of the bridge catching Robert
Red Fork, on the Frisco road near 80n underneath the 'big drive wheels.
Tulai. and will ship several thousand; His body was crushed Into the eartn The democrats oi Bvers which lias re
barrels of oil daily to one of the Oor- *®wal feet, and it took fifteen men
sicana (Texas! refineries. This will live hours to recover It. The dead
nearly offset the shipments made by , man leaves a large family.
thi- Guffey people. _
John W. Uates, one of the heavy
j Chicago. Oct. 16 —Mondel Hall of dows and doorways.
Bank Chinie at Shawnee. the Unlvei-ltv of Ch . * flllp.l
Shawnee. Oct. 16 —-(Special.C J. with a distinguished tssmilage this Ore«ks Cotton Pickinq Record.
Person, nrecldent of the Oklahoma morning at the open'ng of th
f Shawnee, stated to i a"*1"*!
twelfth Foa8 ovs., Oct. 16.—C. S. Jones, a
"tin* of the Illinois Fed- boy from Texas, who has been work-
responsible for the trouble
Balloons He^rd From.
Berlin. Cct. 1rt.—N«ws from the bal-
loons which started Sunday afternoon
in the erdurance test Is coming in
Later It was announced that all of
stockholders In the Texas Oil company
has assured a business associate that
his company will at one* lay a pipe-
line from its refinery at Port Ar-
thur, on thf gulf, to a connection witn
the Prairie's line on Lie north line oi
Texas, a distance of 36U mile*, i t e
Texas Oil company Is entirely aepar
ate from Standard ownership or man-
agement. but in matters of transpor
tation and exchange is willing to unite
with any interest that has the means
of furthering its Texas Interests This
report has not yet boon confirmed
but It is in all probability true, ana
assures an outlet to gulf pons for a
oontlderable quantity of Okiatioms
crude eli. Texas already has a dally
consumption for fuel and refining pur
poses of 90,000 barrels of crude on
Woman Kills a Wild Cat.
Dutton. Okla., Oct. 16.—(Special.)—
Mrs. Dolly Carter, wife of a farmer
ivlng In the 'Devil's Canyon, in
"JadJo county, heard her dog barktnp
esterday and when she s epp-.-d out oi
he back door to ascertain tne cit:sc
aw a large wild cat nestled on a lini!
if the tree where the dog w is bark
ng. Mrs. Carter took her 22 calibe
Ifle and went "gunning" for his ctt
hlp Two shots from her rifle did noi
Hsturb the animal nnd shp went b ck being aMe to furnl
and got the 8 caliber revolver. Sin bond, the d
■ entlv teoelvea authority to Ineorpo* OiaV he h.d dU-olved his connection w s op.nH with an Invocation bv
it.' Itself | ii to a vlliiui' v.sicrdiiy se wtih the hank, hinine sold his Inter- Bishop Fellow*. Mrs. George B. Car-
i.Ttel t^i' fnllowlnp a« nnlld ues frr e<t therein to ,1. W. Uubey of Kansas , penter delivered an address or wtl-
tovrn officers, the elei t4on to ho felu Cltv, Mo. come, and a cordial jreetln* was ex
next month: For nrtyor. S. It. Fisher; C. .1 llens-n as been conatanllv In tended rlso bv Dr. Harrv Pratt Ju.l-
recorder. S. M, Hu1
Pal id; alden
D. Lynch. 8.
wood and Zet
esterdav erution of Women's clubs. The sess'on ing on the farm of John F. Alden. n ar the balloons excepting the I'Jdeos,
ranai. Cal the banking business in Pottawatoml
on: Wiley Harrison. .1 count> for fourteen years. He
Richards' CharW Chit president of the Shaw
• Fos'ei Wllev HaiTlsrn | bank which h
ook aim and fired at tho animal's Ih- hi
ind it came rolling down. dead. Her
\lm was aood. the bullet going clear
hrough the skull. The cat was one o
he largest ever seen In that part rt
'he country. Its hide Is large enough
to make a coal.
is pr eldest of the democratic club of
Ci" — d teHA«IS Crime.
Anadarko, Okla., Oct. 16.—The
charge of adult ry was preferred
p^n'npt Vtpltf, - F^rwnson In the pro-
bate court at Anadarko \ esterday. Not
• laced In th
custody of Sheriff Jim Thomoaon. un-'
\ -1! I ;'W l'l ' (I
The cv-ar o i< th't Walter has led an
incontinent 1'fo with one Nancv Br i
unmarried r" ' of un^u "tlona'dv ba-'
character. Tho rialnt'ff Is Walter'
and W. S. Search or-
nixed (n 1MI6 He was '' <o ' on«
time cashier of the Tecumseh state
>;itik. and of the 8hawnee State bank
Mr. "onsen has much personal bu°l
elsi'ns the record for cotton Vienna Aero club, Dr. Schism- tho
picking tMs season. Young Jones Sohuke. Munich Air Navigation club,
picked 620 pounds of cotton In one Dr. Kmden. and the Frn^klsh A• r-
Hqv It hlm°elf, which con- ship club. Carl Hoch^etter havo land-
sumed considerable timo. This is a rd. The smallest or the balloons, tho
son, acting resident of the university, j hotter record than was made here at.Krnst. vlloted bv d, Brockelm inn. i*
The responses was by Mrs. Jame* any time last year.
National ] Frake, president of the federation. —~—
Routine business oceupird the latter Wedd ntj In Military Circles .
■ art of the morning arsslon After Washington Oct. 16.—St. Thomas'
luncheon, which was served In the hall church was tho scene at noon todav
there was a se-s'^n of the d'atrlct. ( f a wo-Mlns of lotere^t In mllltarv clr-
vice presidents, followed hv a report des. Th* br'd* was Mlsq Anna Tlrocl:
j wife and all parties are negr
the winner «>r those that have landed
she havliiK traveled 217 miles
The Radium. Belgium Aero club, Ad-
bemsr n La 'i.ull. landed near Lueb-
ben, forty miles In an air line from
A'r \:.vluation ^'clety, Baron Von H>>
weld, near Klattau, Bohemia, 180
ress to attend to an.i will continue (0f Htvrature committee bv the | Asplnwall and the bridegroom Lleuten- miles from th starting point; 'he
to make Sh wnee his home. chairman, Mrs. (Mara C. Hourl nd of « pt Qeoreo Blanchard Comlv, of the elldorf, the largest competl'or
Pontlac. An address bv F'la W. Peat , 3rd realment of cavalrv. The cere 84.000 cubic feet, flower Rhine Air-
He. M leellons of mu-'c. followed bv .« money was nprformed bv the brHe'i ship club. Lieutenant Beneck. near
conference of presidents, comojete' fsther. Brother offtce ,s of tho bride Prasue, 185 mlks. and tli" Bez \\
♦he aft«rnoon program An elect'or jrr^om In full dreaa uniform acted as M^-Iln Air Negation sorietv (
and the convention will conclude It- ushers.
Thio-sdav J«ne Addsins i'
Hull House. Mrs. Sarah Plait-Decker i M nv Bwr^^l^s
«i «o-t of tho rcneral fedsnH^n | tn the Bsrte> and fixchanie columns.
nd other prominent speakers will Im ' ead tb^m all. you may find what you
heard. < are looking for.
James Duchanan a Candidate.
Ardmore, I. T . Oct. 10.—The dem-
ocrats in the 4th constitutional di
'rlct yesterdtv nominal I James Bu
^bansn as candidate
bat Mr. Buchanan
.ick !o the disting
the same name.
for delegate to th
ntlon. It is sai
traces his linear
ilshed president o
tain Von Kohler, near
P^m • of ho other balloons encount
ered cross currents or air that cnrrlel
them back to German soil, making a
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