Claremore Progress. And Rogers County Democrat (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1909 Page: 2 of 12
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EDWARD B. CLARICE ^
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bill Id frrmi
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M. _ Wilson, H ChonUw
ijfijrt if firihiimi Aiimiii.
... "77.- - Ctaaat*w lndkui.1 Vhs Criminal Court of Apiwulii at
' Wllty to the oborgs of bur-1 Uuthrle denied applications for will
fJufLi" WWtat Court M TuIm, | of lubes* c*ii|iu« by H. K. I'.
•IKI WW sentenced lo McAlester pen-1 Messall and H. U Cook of lOnld.
tteniiary for h (arm of two your*. convicted for violations of tb« pri
„ „ — hlbltion law.
ravor Counties' Consolidation. The case of Hi« glut* ugttlusl Olllu
A nswpalgn In In progress at (ha Unogster mid Mike Jmikliu fur vlu-
Present over the counties of Washita ImiIoiis of th« prohibition law werti
hu ! .tu. «"'* <UI« th« two I affirmed, Ibe court liodllilg that
oountla*, claiming tlmi miicIi n union
will make taxation easier. Tlla cltl-
""Hi of Araiutlio and Cordell, the
'onnly seats respectively of Cuater
>nd W« hltn Counties, are IIkIhlim
rhleves at Oklahoma City.
Burglars entered the homo of T.
H. Hod*pr , a prominent lumberman
where two or more 'urn aulin:< to-
gether both are guilty, Hlthou«ii otic
la not present when the oifoiixc 14
The 011 no of the United Stiite*
against K, A. Hyuer, ouiivlotud ill
Claremore on Nov, is, imiii. for w>-
fault to kill and aonteiiced iu mtrve
one year, was |(tlrai«d.
A thirty-day stay of execution whs
^ASIIINOTON. -At both ar-
my and navy headquar-
ter* In Washington the be-
lief la thut hazing Is 11
thing of the past, both nt
tho military and naval
academies. despite a recent outbreak
at VVost Point. Perhaps the oflleers
are right, perhaps they arc wrong,
lime and the human nature, or the
devil. If you will, that Ik In bnys may
seme day get working again and
•how Itself In an outbreak of the old
Some time ago there was n hazing
case at Annapolis and niativ cadets
w 're implicated. They were all
placed In arrest and the number of
the arrested ones was so great that
btlleialB thought that a record had
been broken, but such was not the
The officers had forgotten. If they
®ver knew It, that once upon a time
M e entire corps of cadets at the
United States Military academy was
Placed In arrest and that It was nop-
fcssary to break all army rules by
■rawing on the ranks of the culprits
£o secure men for guard dutv, a duty
ordinarily considered too honorable
to be discharged properly by any
man or body of men against whom
charges of serious misconduct had
nJ.here„.M88 8 rlot at the UnU«>
SUtes Military academy at midnight
December 31, 1879. The authorities
not only called the proceedings a
riot, but they aald that It was rebel-
Hous In IU nature, and aa the result
of it Gen. John M. Schofield, superin-
tendent of the academy, placed the
100 cadets under arrest.
The riotous demonstration at the
academy on that night broke all
academy precedents. It was planned
by a dozen daredevil cadets of the
first class who were to graduate the
following June and who wished to
mark In a manner unprecedented the
ushering In of their graduating year.
About 20 cadets by a continued
course of good conduct had succeed-
ed in securing leave for two days at
Christmas. When they returned from
,lr.l8h0rt furIough thpy brought
with them In valise and in trunk ev-
ery variety of fireworks known to
the ingenuity of the manufacturer-
Roman candles, skyrockets, cannon
crackers and other noise and fire
making articles. They were carefully
hidden away in the mattresses of the
cadets all over the barracks For
nearly a week tlle boys s|ept ^ ^
table mines of powder.
It was curious that the authorities
at the academy did not no;,. ami in
quire into the fact that at lr.„st 30
cadets "cut" supper every night fur
a week prior to New Year's ,.v
is dark at supper time in lat
ber, and under
llomnn candles broke
hrnuchcK of the lice.-. ■
nidi' ground and ilroj pi
over the roadway. I'liunou enrVers
fell and exploded ai the fe t of the
juibBlng enlisted men sentinels. and
(he din of tin* night was increased bv
tlie crushing of round rhot as endets
rolled them down lie Iron-bound
stairs from cockloft to the basement
through the echo-breeding halls of
The cadets who had flred the great
guns of the batteries made better
than 'double time" back to harrmks
at Oklahoma City, and escaped with granted In the ease uf Dsn Henbner.
imwelry and sllverwaio valued 111 $:iUU I ><. ntenced 10 hung in Ada Sept. M,
I Itleve* hIso entered a bulldltu where to ulluw (he court to pass unoii
conf seated liquor Is stord by State dofendiwifs caw uuw pending on an-
itiieluls and stole several wagon loads i peal.
0.' beer and whiskey, I —_____
' New Factory for Durant.
A deal was closed Tuesday wlior.'-
h,v Durant secure* the new factury
of the Pioneer Hardwood Compnnv
of Wagoner, The auncess of the
effort to laud the factory may very
properly be credited to the Carpen-
ters' Union. During the past year
the Cha l>)pr of Commerce has ruisod
near I Kill,Out) to iiecure the Siute
Norn'aJ, a Presbyterian college, the
county seat and other Institutions,
jo that the raising of the honu
for the hardwood factory was a dif-
ficult proposition. Whan It appeared
the boosters muu full an uppeal
was made to the Carpenters* Uulon
of 100 members. The responae was
almost unanimous and sufficient to
provide the balance of the guurau-
walk to the seacoast battery.'and there "thev h "'y r"" "lem dow'1 ugain'
loaded the 20-ton smooth-bore the h<«n ~.Z , enlisted drummer boys found their in-
\ dets detailed for the ^urposc 'made5tdn T
Trophy point and from there thev brought to
Stin&rzz ,of rou,u] ",ot' r,o,,"ds >n
weight, which had been made years bpforf.
slege^guns ''r, ",uI '-'' dl..g field and
the "cock lofC" of hidd<?n
The cadets who had actc^d as caisson cor-
t g arU"ery (in" ha(i manned to
or 40 ranUv«SeeK tlle uuthoritl<>s- some ,10
or 40 can as bags of powder. These were
stowed away in the chimneys which opened
into the unused fireplaces in the cadets' guar-
„„ 1 ?laasraen "fe out" from supper
on New Year s eve. They stole under cover
of darkness dow,, to Mattery Knn* and there
they loaded the old smooth-bore cannon which
had been frowning harmlesslv over the Hud
son for a nuarter of a century. From Mattery
Knox the endets went by way of Flirtation
oast battery, and there they
. su,0°tl'-bore. the biggest gun
at that time in the service. The smaller piecea
of he seacoast batteries also were loaded—
doubly loaded were a better way to put ft
and then the six 30-pound Parrotts of the siege
battery were fed with powder. Jnlo the van",
of every piece of the three batteries frict;oa
primers were inserted and lanyards were at-
tached ready for the pulling. Then the cadete.
went back to barracks.
The bell in the tower of the old academic
building killed the first stroke of midnight.
Before the second stroke came there was a
roar from the river front, followed b/ another
roar, another and yet another. T.-ien there
came a shock that shook the plateau and sent
the echoes rolling from Cro' Nest • Fort Put-
nam and far away to the hill of Mad Anthony
Wayne. The old 20-ton smooth-bore, doubly,
If not trebly, charged, had spoken. Then came
the sharp reports of the Parrotts and then the
snappy hark of the fifld pieces.
Simultaneously with the roars from the
river batteries there came the hissing and
■creaming of rockets, etc.. Bred from every
Indians' Condition Unsatisfactory.
Reports from the full hood Chero-
kee Indian*, who live In the hills
.-'.out h«us4 of Vinita, tiro that condi-
tions among th ni are very uusatiii-
metory, the full-bloods being iu ex-
ceedingly poor circumstances at the
commencement of the colder months.
Hera use of the continued drouth, their
small farm* yielded practically noth-
ing, wild game Is scarce, and liiere
Is no ma at for their hog* to feud
John Embry's Succsssor.
While no official announcement has
been made as to the sucessor of
J oh 11 Kmbry as United Btntes District
Attorney, for the Western District of
Oklahoma, It Is known that District
Judge Huston of Uijnn County Is
to be appointed shortly to succeed
A. A. Richards, special assistant to
to the Attorney Ceneral, In change
of Indian matters and reclamation
suits, has resigned and will make his
home a,t Muskogee. Mr. Richards is
to be succeeded by A. R. Knabol, an
attorney of Denver. The change will
take place Oct. 1.
and entered by the one door which had been
left uubnrred. The cadets in barracks had
to-day he Is a seasoned, experi-
enced soldier, If the country holds
Col. Kennon Is an example of
the class of men who develop
gravity and solidity of character
after they have expended a fund
of mischief and animal spirits
greater several times than that
which is allotted to the average
boy. It is doubtful If one of this
staid soldier's subordinates could
to-day. by the wildest flight of his
imagination, picture to himself his
commanding officer holding on like
grim death with six other cadets
to the edge of a blanket while
from its center a "plebe" was
soaring skyward. Yet for this of-
fense Kennon was once suspended
from the military academy.
Somewhere out In the northwest
is Maj. John D. McDonald, whose
service has brought him fume and
who looks as though he couldn't
break a military ruCivlth a sledge
hammer. Not long ago Maj. Mc-
Donald was serving In the Philip-
pines as a near neighbor to Col.
!£. J. MeClernand. who was mili-
tary governor of one of the prov-
Probably McDonald never went
across the Philippine fields to call
upon MeClernand without think-
ing of the six months' confinement
be underwent as a cadet because
he bad an idea that he could hood-
wink the man who rose to the po-
sition of an ofiicer presiding over
a Filipino province.
With McDonald were
other cadets who
thought that they
could outdo previous
academy deeds of dar-
ing. Some of them got
caught, and some of
them didn't. Among
those who were will-
ing to make the at-
SENATOR GORE AT ADA.
United States Senator Thomas P
Oore arrived in Ada Thursday after-
noon, and Friday morning made a
thirty minutes' address before the
faculty and student body of East
Centra! Normal School, which opened
its first session here last Monday. A
large crowd of Ada cltlxena filled the
auditorium of the college to over-
sowing. Senator Gore's address was
rhlefly along educational lines, and
was highly appreciated by his au-
President Bayles of the normal ex-
tended an invitation to the Senator
r.o come back next spring to deliver
1 he flrat commencement addresa for
the new normal college.
Company Locatoa on Border.
Deuled a icense to do business In
Dklaihoma by State Insurance Com-
1 llsalouer T. J. McComb, because the
company baa refused to furnish him
with separate statements of Its par-
t'cipatlng and non-participating policy
business, the Reliable Insurance Com-
pany of PRtsburg. Pa., haa establlah-
od State headquarters for Kansas
and Wichita!, on the Oklaboma-Kan-
saa State border, with W. T. Johnson
In charge. Johnson comes from Des
Moines. Iowa, and Is supervisor for
he Pittsburg company. Branches will
he established throughout Kansas,
but under the Oklahoma law no busi-
ness can be done In Oklahoma un-
less Commissioner McComb raises the
Court at Antlers.
District Court which has been In
session for the pnst week at Ant-
lers. Judgo RosBer presiding, adjourn-
ed Tuesday to resume Oct. 25.
Two of the most Important murder
cases were disposed of during the
past week—Solomon and Bok Neku
for the killing of Alford Holmafl,
another full-blood Ind.aii. which re-
suited In an acquittal, and the John-
son murder case, which has been 0
nslnee last Friday, re suited in a
mistrial and his bond was fixed at
ftO.OOO, which he gave. Judge Ros-
ser Is ordered to Tecumseh, In Po-
tawatomle County, to hold a special
term of court, after which he re-
turns to finish the docket at Antlers.
Oklahoma Postal MatMrs.
. Fourth-class postmasters for Ok-
lahoma have been appointed as fol-
lows: Camp, Texas County, J. w
Booher. vice O. W. Prlckett; Pahe,
Osage County. P. F. Williams, vice
L. J. Moss; Inola, Rogers County,
John H. Ross, vice J. V. Brown; Klo-
W,"' ?!tt*bur* County, 8. E. Rowley,
vice H. B. Rowley; Franks, Pontotoc
M- c Hooks, vice M. Bandy;
Middleberg, Grady County, J. H. Sul-
livan, vice O. W. Fisher.
The following Oklahoma postoffices
will become domestic money order
u"®?* ° 0ct; 1: Anthor, Ask. Check,
Hardin, Houston, Joiner, Kuhn, Ruby
cheret* Wa"v",e' and Wet-
lay Carry Oil.
Word has reached the state de-
partments from Muskogee that „
•foment has been reached between
mmi 5lr« 0,1 and Ga °o- and the
Midland Valley Railroad, whereby
the latter will haul fifty car* of
crude oil dally from Oklahoma to
the Standard s refinery at Baton
hwk' t!T c°ntract t0 continue un-
tll the pipe line to the Gulf from
Oklahoma Is completed.
Arranging Wolf Hunt.
Major Lon O'Hornebt of Sapulpa
1b in Guthrie arranging the details
of a big wolf hunt which will take
place In October. Gov. Haskell W
J Bryan, many State officers,' and
prominent politicians from Texas will-
be invited. The hunt will lest three
days, and O'Hornett expects to give
his gueats the fun of their lives.
Hennessey/Voted Bonds. ,
At a special election, held during
the past week at Hennessey, bonds
stone quarters Far "a^v 7.""' .TV" ! mu,ffee and Haske "eld . to look were v.t>t.ed i,° sPeild *5,000 i'n taking
" a a} ,"p. 'J"*, l,ud80n after the interests of the Elk Oil I outstanding indebtedness-*7.000
L'ftrini* tho t.louc * VJlg I for watprwnrka pvtruclnn
Oil Interests Sold.
H. E. Koester of Glenoak has pur-
chased an eighth Interest In the Mos-
ler Oil Company and will succeed
Frank Bartlett as manager. The com-
pany ha« about 600 acres under
lease In the Dewey, Blue Mounds,
Hog-shooter and Ochelata shallow
sand districts, with twenty-three pro-
ducing wells. Mr. Koester came a
< onjbfrators that nothing worse could happen | year ag,> fpo,n ohl° an<1 ls Interested
O the substitutes than being reported for 15 J,n the Union Oil Company. Mr. Bart-
mlrmt • "" it'iHjriea i
thnn ,w a "*ence' w''lch meant nothing more I lett, who has resigned the nunage-
■VemT'rT marK'8- I ment 10 Koester' wl]1 so to the Ok-
J . *"ld 8'?fp re,|!,le(1 through the old ! mulgee and Haskell field. to i™i.
1 mulgee and Haskell field. to look
-=: 'Jft-r th, Of B, outs SJSSff jaS°3rffi'SS!
lire-seeking cadets, in whose bunks, with their Con,',an>' of which he Is manager, for a new city hall.
tempt were one Hewitt of New York, one heads well covered with blankets lav he I , '
John Ureckenridge, a junior member of that self-sacrificing comrades. There was an in- 1 G°'V' Haske" Frl<ln>' announced the I Normal School Opens.
f..v r,. .1 r 118 >""1 .101111 ureckenridge, a Junior member of that sen-sacrltlcing comrades There „ uu.v' naB*e'i rn«ny
L the nr ri "n ^ every window famous family, one Fairfax Montague, whose spectfon that night it -is maHo hv h appointment of J. B.
oltlcers ff e,fr.C,,m,,y barHng thB "ame *avor of vfrginia, and one other cadet. oIhcers--I.ev«e(t \l Walker BenLmin ; Chaaidler. Judge of th.
Tir.™ SSSSl *25
Iiattery Knox officers
began to swarm out of their quarters to head
The penalty at West Point for going "off
Dlstrict, in place of
Waiter . "wjiH uu„ „. it. -vmufii, wnose resignation was
uaik.r found two empty bunks and ordered [accepted last Thursday. Judge Ma-
_ lartprH to huari .> . "•* «nu uruerea wwiaru mm inui-Kaay. juaze ]
for the area of barracks where they found the 18 dismlssal' and ,he Bame dose is glv- 'e officer of the day to iiiHpect for the ab- ben. under charges brought bv
officer of the day dodging the flerv halls of 'T tht> "n,ucky tadet who is found to be se"lees every 15 minutes. He did this duty I Pottawatomie County Grand Jury." for
, ., 6 8 lue l"-'y oaus or a ahaenf from l,i„ «... ... and founrf Ihn kt.ni.. . . ' • t«n„ oii>..j V.-I1 , '
score of Human candles.
t«en. Schofield. roused from his slumbers,
hastily dressed and trotted across the parade
ground in the wane of his juniors. The gen-
eral howled an order at the ofiicer in charge:
"Sound the long roll."
The officer in charge replied: "Can't do it;
they've stolen the drums."
All this while the night was full of noise
and the air was full of fire. Finally every-
thing burnable was burned up and the cadets
had tired of the task of carrying round shot
absent from his quarters for more than 30 and foul|d the empty bunks filled. Two of the , accepting alleged bribes while In of-
minutes between taps and reveille. A young radets dancing way up fchere the Xewburgh fice waR 8U8l)en(led from his official
woman living In Newburgh, one of West Point's "Kbts twinkled were safe. j ditties some weeks ago, and the Gov-
"summtr girls," knowing these ruleB and pen- -MeClernand found in bis division of bar- Prnor then named Mr. Robertson aa
a'ties, jocosely asked several first classmen ^acka (,ne emP,-v hunk. It was that of Fair- o7d "rlmi piwi.rf
to be present at a party to be given at her ax Montague. MeClernand knew a thing or Col William p jodv buffalo Bill"
home, 12 miles up the river, on Thankselvln* ,wo and was a disciplinarian. After HnHin. L... BuffaIo Bill,
was an Inspection, and to get them back III
time for reveille roll call. '
McDonald and Montague— McDonald on the
printed alcove slip and Montague In the bunk
—did not agree.
struments and it may do no harm at this late
day to sav that they had known where they
were all the time. Long roll was sounded, the
barracks doors were thrown open and the
cadets fell Into line and answ<^d( Uj^tge^g
missed, for if the guilty had been punished
not a boy would have been l«f. to the scivice
of the corps of cadets.
.Maj. Lyman Watson Vere Kennon of the
infantry, who is the man who built the Ben-
guet road in the Philippine islands, one of
the most remarkable examples of engineering
skill and of quick construction performance
of recent times.
Col. Kennon 1 he is a major of regulars, but
was a colonel in the volunteer forces) went to
tl.e Philippines early in the war gam*, and he
did not leave until he had played Ills hand
lor six years, and there are few officers of the
1'nlted States army who have a like record tqa
their credit. Kennon waa an aid on ,
Crook 8 staff In all his western campaigns, and would be
a feast of barbecued buffalo with ex-
ery detail jiossible carried out to
. —u.u 1101 agree. recall pioneer plain days.
been to Ronn. u • ^r'°d °' had The "'ginian was ordered back to hi. Major U,,,e'8 buffa,° herd grazed
to lenny. Havens, a mile away from the quarters in arrest and Mfn™ u « "*ar b-v and 9,80 close was a Paw-
post, time after time, but such a trip a<t the away all unconscious undlr the .h.^' ^ "ee Indlan vlllase- Th* dinn<'r
one proposed was daring beyond all prece- the flag pole at Washi^w. T ! served from an old-time mess wagon.
t Th! C!!,.ef danger *ay ,he Po^1' was Inspected for e^TminiZZn^ a" lhe reeling on the
-w*ile the runawav«rweln8PT'i0" °f <,l!arter8 reaohed hls quarters six hours later He was I Kround" Co1- Cod>' declared the scenc
r* be:hn%rh :any?nsp:rcet,oan f'o JSTJ? fT ^ ,h.e ex,reme ^ hu of to forty years ago.
Jir, a d this fact made the plotteTs Ld bar«ci in wWch? nTJ"' the dinner, short talks
.. n ,. _ „ barracks in which to think over his part In ; were made by Col. Cody, Major Lillle
scheme r/was to iy. ev,olved a .br' l «t abom '"*ht,y ,n Congressman MtGuire and others.
scneme. it was to ge( certain other cadets (o spectlon of barracks for years thereafter. Po -
Oklahoma East Central Normal
School opened its first session Mon-
day morning at 9 o'clock amid the
blowing of whistles and ringing of
bells over the city of Ada. The fac-'
ulty and student body met in the
First M. E. Church, South, on South
Townsend avenue to organize, on ac-
count of the High School Building
not being quite ready for occupancy
A large crowd of Ada citizens pack-
ed the church to overflowing. Wei-'
come ndresseB were made by th*
mayor of Ada. the president of the
25,000 Club and representatives of,
the churches. schools, 8unday
schools and club* of the city, fol-
lowed by addresses by State Senator
R. M. Roddle and Representative E.
S Rat I iff of Ada. Response to the
addresses was delivered by the prea-
ldent of the new normal school. Dr.
C. W. Brlle s.The school opened
with an enrollment of over 200 stu-
dents from all parts of Central Ok-
sleep In the absentees' bunks and to pass for ' bl>" McClernaiid when In the Philippines and
them in the necessarily hurried lantern in- nieelinK ^Donald was glad tnat for once
spectfon. This plan would, of course involve ml"tary discipline miscarried
the substitutes being found absent fri,m their
own quarters, but It was arranged, through Curfew for Adults.
means unnecessary to state, to have them As "°°n a" «h* ordinance Is signed by the
awakened at once in case an Inspection took mayor "nd required publication Is made,
puce, and hurried back to their bunks. When " ""'awful for any adult to be In the
■ cadet Is found absent he Is inspected for "^1". l^^uld between the hours of
e ery 15 minutes until be returns. midnight and 4 a. m„ punishable with a One
TTnder the arrangement made of eour~ lf a « ot given.
the runaways would be supposed io be sound children already Is In
MUSCLE VALUE OVERATED
AC*M,2lM!Il !l J.°° MMCh '* I *eut ot tB« a,hlete are perilous pos-
Waste of Time and Also
Nothing could be more elusive than
Ike Mm that by a period of athletic
training a man can lay In a stock of
health aad stragth npoa which he can
draw later while eagafled la a aeden-
Tbe tnth la that
sessions for the man who no longer
has the timo or the inclination for us-
ing them. When he stops the exer-
cises by wbich he gained them, in-
stead of simply returning to their orig-
inal sise. they suffer one or another
of the many forms of degeneration and
become Incapable of performing their
It Is sat quite true that all exer
. i. to«".rr!r.
else for IU own sake is harmless, for
It la well to be prepared for the meet-
ing of life's little emergencies as well
as its ordinary and daily demands, but
it probably is true that, the emergen-
cies apart, every man does enough in
going about his customary business
and pleasure to keep himself in the
condition which that business and
pleasure demsnds. and that anything
besides is superfluous or injurious That
athletics take one into (he open a(r
is less commendatioa of athletics thaa
aa iadlctueat of our bowses, oflcts
snd stores for lack of adequate ven-
tilation. If all the air we brea(he
were pure air we could get along with-
out open air at all. Any maa who has
the muscle he needs for doing the
things he wants to do and should do,
haa all the muscle he ought to have.
To acquire more Is a silly waau nl
time and perilous 'beside*.
Lake Superior Big as Ireland.
. L*k Superior Is the largest masssf
fresh water to (he world, heiag eqM
to Ireiaad la area
New Oklahoma Charters.
Lake-West Compsny (Investment)
Jf Boswell, *5,000 capital. Incorpor-
itors: James R., J. A. and W. L
Armstrong Bros. (Investment) Com-
pany of Boswell. 915,000 capital,
Tnlon Coal Company of McAlester
filed Increase capital from 60.000
10 120,000, and Drlllera' Oil Company
af Ochelata from $25,000 to 130.000.
Waplei-Platter Company of Deal,
son. Texas, named C. O. Homer of
Guthrie as State agent.
Wording of Law.
I4>v*strlcken Murray county pairs
•n obtain marriage licenses onlv
at the county s«u. Sulphar Tb^
an error just discovered In the court
Mil. jnaklag. Davis . court ^
and placing a court there. The bill
provides tb4 clerk .hall perton!
the duties ofli regular DistrlcT^™
clerk when It shoald have aald
clerk of (he Coanty Coart. Attor-
ney General West today advised
•tory off a Maine Cat.
J. Warren Folaom of Lowell. Me^
Inr. spring moved from his mother'a
home to a home of his own. a distance
•f live ailes. The family cat waa
Uken la a box la the evening from
his mother's borne to his. The cat
has developed the habit of going back
to its former home aad aUylaa a dar
returning £ Igerh W ^ Si. WSj
-J""**- or -«e d^ £ ^ i
•JM^egaia aoina back with groat rev- I "" """M* B-J the KJ Kom Weatera
Good Rain at Ada.
Ada was visited by a fine rain
Tuesday, M^ich will benefit fall '
cropland sowing.-'Rain fell enly In a
radius of about six miles from that
The Texas Refining Companv of
Okmulgee held a meeting of direc-
tors during the past week. There
were present E. N. 8antuarv. presi-
dent of Galveston; W. D. Todd, vice
president snd manager; Mr. Hohen,
treasurer of Chelsea snd Mr. Hornet
of Tulsa. Messrs. Hornet and Tcdd
are directors in the Okmulgee Refin-
ing Company. The meeting was held
tor the purpose of considering mal.
ters of mutual interest to both tho
Texas an<k }ocal refining company.
The director^ of the Okmulgee Refla.
Ing Company.also held s meeting.
•paalal Term of Court
Judge Rosser convened a spsclal
Una of the District Court Toesdav
A * Wk'te
curged with brlberr, attend a oIm
Of guilty and was fined >5oT
■all Player Wsda.
Friends at EI Reno havs received
annouacemeat of the marriage of
«eheak to Wslur
B. Pollsid st Kvaasvllle, t«s M
toat Mr. Pollard la wall
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Harper, W. R. Claremore Progress. And Rogers County Democrat (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1909, newspaper, October 1, 1909; Claremore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc181159/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.