Claremore Progress. And Rogers County Democrat (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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The Claremore Progress
A. U KATE*, Publisher.
LINES OF LEAST RESISTANCE.
Many youths are trained alons the
lines of leaat resistance. Their caietii
are watched so that they may not run
against obstacles and disaprolnum r.ts
«aya the Ohio 8tate Journal. 1 hey
ret all the money, clothe*. Idling
pleasures they *ant without making
a single effort to possess them We
want John to have a good tin e row.
As Told in a
Good and Newsy Items
of General Interest Con-
densed to Small Space
a second giss well v.;s brought In
nesr Ardmore which la ; od lor 2
OOO.OOO feet daily.
Oklahoma legislators propose to pan
a stringent law ogaiiut t .«■ dis. rlml-
natc? «;.le of weapons.
Members of the Gr^nt county tOkla )
turn ers union Lave passed resolutions
favoring the state railroad.
The qnrterly report of the United
-States Steel corporation shows total
earnings for 1910 of >141,144,Oul
~~i ffiBELS WILL
News of Oklahoma ! ' INVESF JUAREZ
STATE RAILROAD BILL.
' PRAIRIE FIRS swcsr s COUNTV.
ONE THOUSAND TROOPS AT THE
GATES Cr THE CITY
for after while he may not h.-ve it,' j
The senate will have a sharp con-
flict over llie measure providing for a
permanent tariff board.
The senate passed the river and
for holding the Panama
Senator Bailey of Texas has con- Measure Introduced and Many Lea: Immense n.
stnted to address the Oklahoma 1st) 'ators Favor It I Darace to Washington
mukers before the session ends. Oklahoma Oty.-lf the bill Intro- l„ . C°ur,ty F r,re"-
I hHad.'phls has put up the bars ' hursriay in both bouses ot the prsirLL k"* b"u' L>
Mi. m Hern hard ts productloa I legislature should pass and be ap- county pl
of^he religious play "La Samariialne." j proved. the state of Oklahoma will 1 be flame* . i v
*>"i d u railroad at a cost of «15.00a.- Lear CoDlin f., *OUn"'* lak
0«u extending from Cimarron to -Mi . county I', brusrv^"0" '
Curtain uml through Oklahoma county j The drird «*■•. i .
and Oklahoma City. A large uumber burm r nke .fn^r Ti . "
of aerators and representatives are Uie oath nVi « 811 hou'i K1 ''a,io' 1
boosting the bl I. j to haJf a ,"'e8 ',ad bro;;d,'"d [ < <>r«*oo. «™<«er cf the Mexican
It provides that a railroad benefit j ath that the llamea h.v.'1!" "'l' rebil fores to the American consul
"A -• — ' * cpt 18 ! that tbe uttiick upon Juarez would be-
" ""iii.li Ufllllt',
~ | sw-asisr"5 I 1rs
parents act It Is great folly. The
boy who Is put on the lines of least I , J roe8ld.enl ,T "fUsea «•> discuss ex-
rMlRfunro ei * . . . sofision In connection with the
ITJri!,.? u W,th few ,f "ny "y ««re*ment between the
sdvenslties. gathers little strength of I'nited Siates and Canada. He thinks
mind or character. There Is no gild I It will not be necessary.
tag forward. There Is no step In nd Deposits of individuals tn the 7.20O
ranee that docs not Involve an effo t national banks of the I'nltid Stale's
The boy whose path Is made smooth decreased $191,56«,488 between No-
tnd easy for him is like the purl in 'ember 10 and January 7 a situation
•chool who studies arithmetic with a
key. He got his lessons, but be died,
st last. In an Infirmary Just mark It
lown, oh rich and loving parent, that
four boy. raised In ease and comfort,
tnd with every advantage ready at
band, provided by your bounty
' mV"t0 KV'U' c"?ore<J' «^d 20. was
killed at Duncan while attempting to
wrest a shotgun from the hands of a
Taylor I-ee. the Chickasha negro
who was convicted of assault and but
tery on 8. l.loyd Watts, a druguUt
was sentenced to Ave years In tbe
Governors Wilson of New Jersey and
lialdwin of Connectlct. declined to ac-
cept the Oklahoma legislatures inv|.
to "ddress that body. Illness
reasons were given.
Two persons were killed and two
( ti CilUUIIUtl
probably unprecedented In tbe reports
tnade to the controller of the cur
President Taft has decided to ap-
point Judge George h\ Martin of tho
court of common pleas of Lan -aster.
O., to the United States customs ap- . ,-..n M
•he world, where heroism Is In <:e the new court of commerce plosion In a grist mill, at Bruinn. El-
"and and true worth I. the UM u.' ! Assistant Secretary Pierce of the ^u°Unty' K>n,ucky' Johu Mullln.
Banh00d Interior department.'reused £ pl , *"1 I?*™' V. k,!"d bright.
mulgate a new set of mineral regula- I rie returned Hf C°Urt #t (;u,h"
The source of the Amnion river In j "ons for the Osage nation. He re- ! Chun!, t 1 " Jerdlct ln fav°r °f
South America has been the cause ot '"red tbe entire matter back to the ,h "i'lT oflOJ*'1- Neb • I'talnst
tlmost as much speculation and b<< n 1 lnd' ns and the June council to delib- killed near IMi.T riiTi of his "ol,
:he objective point of almost as ma- , orat* ,ov*r ,,1<> " «"er first and then i All„J ' " ' kla- ,wo ypar" a*°-
-ior';,ep=enda,i0"- l° the ,n j^-r^nfSa;%ora£;S:
•ippl In the United State. The n ya S.en,'or Curt'8 """day offered a bill ' elubVlnThoTexu^le 'ranCh!'e. (>,her
r„,„a„irr<; <T: :£".raff;■■£
rr„"rrr,rrr* r-f i
.ti ! „ rl n "" °f in ,be '"'""I ' Indiau wards is
•till In doubt German scientists «ho I involved. The measure has tbe ap-
anve been looking up the matter de- j proval of the department.
:l*re tbe source of tbe Amazon is to | The last public utierances of Pres-
'FOREIGN CONSULS TOLD
Residents Are in Terror and Are Leav-
ing Rapidly—Investiture of the
Town BlCcd for Early Cat-
El Paso, Tex.—Cffleicl notice frcm
.. , ...u, u raiiroau oeneilt path that the llamex " " ",l A':!erirun consul
Mccur'tain""^ created, consisting of i i^n miles «ide. and more than twenty I """ ,h" """< k ,:l"' ■,UU"Z w01,1,1 b-
Cn^l p™. 'hoc,"w- Bryan Atoka, square miles of countiy, lueal y . ««„ i B'n w,lh,n twenty-four hours from the
^t^rrhe" ir «ao;3«
CanadUn. Kingfisher. Hiaine, Dewey,' tween thlny nnd ff, ,hf""" Were bt" F'^y ",R " ,
Woodward. Harper. Beaver. Texas tnges ' 'H,1,u'ra' c"'- 1 ho '' de.lvcred to American
and Cimarron counties. Tbe governor thought there h i' h *" " '* ' l'on8U' Kdvllir,' ut was courte-
is athorUed to call an election and the human iitv. Mat y t " "°i '°S8 °f I °USly wordcd "uU *"ld that the attack
people shall vote upon tbe qucstlun number of ,-atiU'i,n<i".h"t * i " ,Kri BL ^ould be mcde within twenty-four
whether the state of Oklahoma issue however, when the fa°rme™ n? .°T, ,10ur" frt'm ",P ,lm" " Wi;B received
its interest-bearing bonds for $15.ouo, their live, with their famuTes by «ht> tcn«ul"
000 nnd levy an annual tax upon the milies. *
000 and levy an annual tax upon the
counties of the railroad district suf- ,
flclent to pay the interest thereon at I
Tbe American consul wag requested
by Orosco to notify such other consuls
tlie ra te ipf' c' per^ce'i'it* peV annum "and Oklahoma citw" .. "" """l "" had ^
to crtate a sinking fnd that will Ha«kJ[i ri G'v* l?1<'an,< reaching them. General In-
liquidate the onds In 25 ycarsb. , Oklahoma Cltv n"? i ?d" formation of the Intended attack wns
if the majority of the voters vote dinner comp Inientarv to"rhM|IIUn\." K'VPn "ul by American con«ul"as
Dr the bonds, the governor and the Haskell at the Lee-liueWin. h,".' it.' P''"n *" ,h" translation of the docu-
mc source or tne Amazon Is to i me last public utterances of Pres-
e found on the slope of a mountain ,dent McKlnley, In favor of reciproc I ,on' . .
i Peru, and not In Lake Laurleocha. I,y' mi,de ,he day before he was as Th<* commission form of govern- I
a tbe same country, a. has b-. a as- I ""'"ted at Buffalo, were recalled mpI carried at Cuthrie by an almost four members
iArfA^ n..A . .. Mondav nlehf hv i>rr>u4.i... r«.. ... .... unanimous vnra uu aia ..i„ . .. , tour numDers.
for the bonds, the governor and the Haskell aTlheTee-H^ckin.^Z'rVb
ttecretary of state shall then negotiate ruary 1 w,„ the muM enthusiastic and
the bonds. The bonds are to be in sumptuou. sffu|r of the kind ever *lven
denominations of $10of the interest and In Oklahoma Cltv 'i rKi^t*n
M b, r„a,d >„r ~ ,Sa.i"d,r.r z:
tax levy upon each of the countie. era were It id for one . a. j
named in the railroad district an- twenty rive guests with m.< 8,1
nualy by the state board of equaltza chair In the bat.quet jail
U°"' 1 11 wa" 9 o'clock p. m. when Toast-
A companion bill creates a state master John W. Shartel stm.d the . I
1-,'d« ard R. Caraway, who was with i b°ard ?! pub"'' utlH,'e ' ron8lst of J-< < «f the coming together around the
Commodore Perry's sqadron on ita a President and four members, to be 'eatal board by comparing Former 1 """ """ " WI" ,onie «oon
fatuous expedition to open the porta aPP by the K°vernor and ap- «-overnor Haskell with the people of ' ar"'r day,,eht Saturday.
of Japan, died at hi. home In Charles- i proved by "le Benale. who .hall hold Oklahoma City, whom lie dc la.ed ^re Tbe Provisional governor of Chlhua-
ton. S r j office for a term of six years. The 'he doers of things. h"a- Abrahnm Ocnzalea, Is perhaps
governor shall be ex-offlclo member Goverror Ihiskdl * ih ho „ i
o govern-) 0f (he board in addition to the other establish u legal residence "sonn
ment lias been accomplished, rnd It
«as followed by a renewed exodus
I rem Juarez.
At 11:30 Friday night Juarez was
quiet and dark, but with the knowl-
edge thut aii attack by the Insurre.-tos
was sure within the next twenty-four
hours. There wns gome apprehension
that the attack was coming but the
understanding of rebel sympathizers
In this city is that It will come «oon
where" in Oklahoma.
STATE'S BUDGET CROWING
lerted. But the lordly .treat:, the ! M^Dday n'sht by Pre 'dent Taft in an UI ""«nous vote as did also the prop- '"The"'bo^rd'shall alt rh,
rreatest of Its kind In th. world addr*-" t the Ohio .ocety's annlver- : 08'"0'' to vote H5.000 In bonds tuward L,.!.^ n, " nrf a ,fc'
lows calmly on."uncon'c"^ j "d0 i 1V,"dUCt- ^ Thaff
the contention, of the explo.c, ) tbe Canadian agreement. " ! reiterating "iTm a I ^dent. He shall be Businesa Ha. Made Wonderful In-
r a^77^-g i Ofte^ Sr ^ -^^^ru. a.
"ih j" ma<,e ^e trip through New i at tbe Interior department and urge callod New Idea Republican county I ceive $10 a day and ex^ens™ for eich wlth^thVI.r b"?Y M,;nd:,v
whntt% *outhwestern Oklahoma In the twenty-seven counties com- I official duties. The board shall ap- before the end of the
nl^ed andV,ear '^'-ve about ex-t posing the third sale, district, sales point all officers subordinate to the >n accordance^^w?th the Tw J, Th
their 1.. O are dtFirous of having *bich closed last Saturday, the , members at such salary as is usually I-artment he-id prepares an estlm "t
their lease. extfr.d.-.I for two years state disposed of at public eiven like offleer. h,.t in no ex,„ ... .. . . eMln,i,te of
England waters makes a grim state
iicnt indicative of the extent and de^
•tractive force of recent storms In __ w
•hat vicinity. He says: "The shoals | fultr fnd wbo are desirous of having which closed last Saturday, the j members at such salary as is usually partment head prepares an*1.,nil 'l ^
y bristle with wrecks.' That r' f1'° year'' " ndi?0Be" at Public auction Riven like officers, but In no event oM„.,lee. J ?
as an unh.nn, I 'ODger at ,belr forD r rental value. | 209,399.71 dcrr8. th„ appru,B
ement of shall any appointive officer receive a ensuing year and 'after'^siihi'Vi1"8 "'i"
• bich amounted to 12.588,839.80. Th. salary In excess of the salary of the to the governor for aon
6 Prke — - « « • P-^ntot the board wbo.'e J
i he bill carries with It an appro- I heir consideration.
whole region ha. an unhappy fame as .
• "marine graveyard." and of late ap- i ~ elimination of Senator. Owen
pear, to be livlne fullv nn in „ nDd Curtis from the senate conference
lablished reputation. Inr,H-n ,n X commit,ee having In charge the Indian "ease of about 1.", per cent.
throu8h the construc- mittee as appointed by Vice President by c ustoms officers of -'an Kr.n i
Sherman consl.ts of Senator Clapp. 1 after a running tight with two men
chairman, and Senators AlcCumb r who Here attemptinir to lain! ir fr
,,ako,a und Mis r, ru boa'- ^
t! m ! he r ,e8oape' leavin« behind 300 live
The outside cost of the Panama , tael tins of tbe best grade of opium
canal has been approximated at $37.".-
'lie only iren In this city who knows
I the exact hour end he is keeping the
) information rafely to himself.
It is believed that the city of Juarez
will put up but a show of resistance
and before Saturday night wl ] be In
the hands of Oro7. <> and I.lanco.
The railways entering Kl Paso Fri-
day received notice from Mexico City
| of the embargo against all traffic over
the Mexlcj.n National railways tnim
Jiarez sou:h. No Intimation was
given us to how long the embargo will
continue. No trains have moved on
tbe line tonight.
Situation In a Nutshell
Powder- No disappoints—
no flat, heavy, soggy biscuits,
cake, or pastry
Just tbe lightest, daintiest, nwit
uniformly raised asd most deli-
cious food you ever ate.
_ | THE BEST MEDICINe
No man ever knows how much
n-i>M-s when be1 lo a chance of
wt.ua.(VII in a rvuisnciv I .
Two divisions of the rebel tronpg are ,*V,fl,Y MlfTer." •' p,'> tr—u >.-«
■IW nft ,. I .J. .7 ;v I'MTIT S KVK K*\l.Vlt.
KVK S v ., v
ir Howard Hn .Itutfitle.]
• -a- tuuau uc-
non of the Cape Cod ship canal and
other links In the Atlantic deeper
A little trouble with the custom-
bouse made an Albany woman's
pearls cost her $25,000 Instead of a
paltry 18.000. But somehow we don't
prlatlon of $10u,0iM) for the purpote Tbe budget this year will prob-.bl-
of carrying the law Into efect and exceed tha- of 191<>. as the amount of
performing the preilmlnary work of fate butin^ss has Increased m.-.ri
the board for the fiscal years of 11*12 ailr.
and 1913. For the fiscal year ending
Junto 20, 1911, «n appropriation of
fir.,000 is provided for.
Oktahema Gets Ho Irrijation
l.i.OOO is provided for. asblngton.- No further invest Ica-
The bonds issued for the purpose of 'lons °< 'rrlgatitn projects In Ol.la-
mviiiin. r f.H. r-.- — '"ma «il| be made owing lo question-
able nefs of Investments i nd
— „p,ura Providing funds for the construction „
en approximated at 37:..- Kobert Anpleby cnar0.1l with a,™. Jf publ!c "h"" be exempt from ' " ' ^ "Mnvestments : nd the m«a-
enset incident to the work in« his father J* vv a • hoot- taxation by the state, county or city. £ ities of persons who would
pletei and contemplated bond before a Justice ofmUd! ' Th€ WW carrie® the emergency c!ause. be b, «*rtUed from K .vemraent irri-
vcral month, have be. „ VV.. ,d«ar.l and Vis STlTSl 5 "" !"y «'"' •
"be Increase of price.
eral fund of the treasury department, ut Curtis with fc, '
with the excention of xhr.ur x:'.4 .inn ® _ ounds in his arm,
New York I. boasting that It has a
Pig that cbews tobacco. Well, if
there Is only one pig m New York
that cbew. tobacco tbe city ba. a per
feet right to boast
! with the exception of about Jo!,.
I obtained by former Secretary of th<
Treasury Cortelyou from sale of Pun
ama bonds bearing interest at ite-
rate of 2 per cent.
n.. d from the gen er has been taken back to his him. Confederate Congressman III. . . m tto".d be compel!".!
aasurv Hp... - oa'* to hl" h"m* riri„ . to e |K-nd. dec are. S -r'-tary l>i|,„
Vinita. Okln —Tbe only living mem- K,.r in . } •■*■11111-
ber of the house of representatives of r,,n received Ti , a nsr"HEman M,,r-
the second congress of the confeder- of ,'h77«, m. ' 8day Tha.t
•cy. S. H. Callahan, who al„o is one londlturi. ln l' . Providing for
of the oldest living Indian confederate which monov. w r. J*1** fPOR1
offi'-erp, is critl.-j 1!y ill at the home of OI Dub ip / ,1' rh"1 fr""i the
hi. Nnn tir I i" Pu' le lands, ton repealed bl
tide, and leg. The boy claims that
tbe shooting was In self-defense.
The I'nitod Mine Workers of Amor
lea considered a resolution which if
adopted ~ '"
no« advancing ..n Juarez where the in dniiit'.si
nc.enil Hrmv, numbering 300, in en-
trenched and ready to meet the over- , If you fear to soil your hands
whelming force of the Im-urrectos. hel, f„ - ay bo sure ycu
numbering over 1.1 On. The attack Is 'IcfTlng your heart
uexpected rt daybreak Saturday.
All the fen irn consuls have been
notified by tle-ncral Orozco. the Insur-
K-tit comn-.- ti lant, ar.d all forelpnem
are Tying tho flags of their countries.
Ilunit-.esH b. iiFes have all closed and
tni ny foreigners have fled from Junrez
to Kl Paso.
The I'nited States government has
dlspnt. bed l,.10fi cavalrymen to the bor-
der to enforce American neutrality and
to prevent encroachment of either of
the warring forces on American soil.
i:-- mt t si: mix ni.trjc.
' I. .1 t i.. . I | ,.... ,
l.irge 2 i.. p ,, only 4 „.
Led by the Nose.
"Pa, what Is a leading wo'i,.n'?
"Any won an. my son "—liar
j which Thomas
' Is the belief
! IL1®,0/®"' ,0,"" ™pn " '"e Missouri .hell is the only miner
n 1 Pacific and Iron * .ountain rtjiirourN ti.u riV|p s___#,
r rr„r zzriz: assr >'lm-
east. Isn t It wonderful bow so many i $5,000. h . badly burned
71 i"60"1 neck and arms whet, she
With the advent of cold weather
will come the coasting and skating
fatalities. Every season has it. own i
particular way of parting tbe foolish
and the careless from their Uvea
toplaee the red mans messaged for. „r thp „,wt| for |rr,K,t|n-D ^
I m t°*"8people and not land owners
people have survived all these years?
Doctor Park says a rotten egg Is
Just as nutritious as a fresh one. !!«
should talk to tbe marines and tbs
Guthrie, Okta.—Attorneys for
A woman astronomer comes for-
ward with the theory that heaven will
be really existence on some otber
planet Perhaps that U what Mars
has been signalling to us all this
Work on the four United States
dreadnoughts progresses at the rate
of about 3 per cent a month, la which
caae they may be completed before
w !• declared against us by any-
A wild quail was caught la the pri
elpal shopping street of Kansas City
Ue other day. Such things will bap
P*" occasionally la plaaaan* country
i 0. i •" « * anu arm
Shawnee, flkla.. has offered a free applied a lighted match
| site for 40 acres and a bonus of $100,- *tove.
000 to the Bp worth I'niverslty. now
located In Oklahoma City. I
County JuiVe Admire, st Duncsn. j v , FORE1UN
Okla., exonerated f>cputy 8heriff " 'er*'n. discovered he mlo-
Spence Klncannon. charged with tbe robe of ,b® Chinese plague, and Dr.
murder of a negro. Sherman Kieth. 1 ';roquet. have been ordered to Pekin ;u" court here for 1*2,000, eleven cou,d not yet RPt a definite « nte. biit
C. L. Jackson was taken to the fed 1? CODlb"i ,he t ,«'" e on behalf ol rears' interest amounting to ab.ut '"•""•'"ly would be here before
eral penitentiary at Leavenworth to h*"i'T a/e but a ,ew native 120.000. and co.ts, which bring the to- leglrlBture adjourns.
negin a six-year sentence for UKinu- ik. Physicians or Jsj.snese on tbe scene. al Judument to approximately $69.0o0.
Bai ey to Speak
u. for-1 ^'klfhema City.- \ formal eommuul-
oier Governor Charles N. Ilnske'l ",lon W*H reelved Tuesday from Sen-
Tuesdsy night gave notice of appeal *'or J ''alley «.f Texto-. accepting
to the clr.uit court of appe: I? In SI. - ,tie 'ovltation to address the Oklaho-
Ix.uis from the Jtidnm«n rendered lra '***l: '"'ure In Jr.-nt session. Ken-
against hint Tuesday by Jiidne John a,or "" M staled that matters In e. n
H. Cotteral of the I'nited 8tates clr- RrPM 1 ",v 'n EUeh that he
:ult court here for $*2,000, eleven t',llld not ««■ s definite date, hot
... .k ... that he cert Mini i- ttm.M i.. l ,
U. 8. Trops to Border
'.Va: blngton.- 1 he acute revolution-
ary situation In northern Mexico Fri-
day moved the American government
to hurry twelve additional toop. of
cavalry to the frontier to preserve the
neutrality of the Cniteil Stat.s. The
*merlcsn milltrry for.-es wil prevent
rot only the movement of revolution-
ary bands from firs country Into Me*.
<o. but also will prohibit defeated
-> t.o'« ii iii, iirtm from seeking refuge
In the I'nlt.d Stt'tes.
Pierre Refuses to Change
lien e, of the Interior department,
Tuiee'ay refused to promulgate a ucw
set of mlnercl regul.itlci.s f( r the
Osage* nation. He referred the entire
matter back lo the Indians and 6.e
Juue count it to deliberate over the
matter first and then rend its recom-
mendatlcrs to tbe Interior departmeut.
To Econo-rize S-ace.
"But Wi y Is It that jou always *ei
tea-1 with each slice stood sp
| c(! g«7"
"t'h. I just pot Into the habit; j
l.rew «e Iiv I in a Mat when we «
| llrst married."
negin a six year sentence for using the
mails to defraud iu connection wlih
the promotion of a crude oil burner
A„ Passenger train on the St. Louis
«, jwukhi'-im tn it|j|;r< xiin<iteiy fujf.uiwj..
The principal represents the amount |
'•'■"i" gone ansolutely coro- I i nii«-ip«i repre.en.s ine amount "■>«' i-.«w ron
>u mad. To the English pre.. due from Haskell to the: Ardmore. Okla At a mass meet In-
s I. not the .lightest doUbt thai ] ste l company on a loan to hprp Monday night subscription
lon 'his summer at least is ths \ 'n 1*98 to promote the L'.ma w' •* epered to raise the bonus
ft Southwestern rtnTnto^Vh'.rt^ hUtj ,l" ul"v*r e. and tbst the ,nd Northern railroad In Ohio for Ardmore, fourth railroad. The
wild deer ten miles from Brinkley " 'TVf °f *" Kn,!",h k,n* " «*• lilt ".Jl ,rnm l-a ««n to Sher
Ark., killing fifteen. Whm ih. " p'' ev'm °' "r
Ark., killing fifteen. When the crew
got off to aacertaln tbe trouble the
Cannot Cellact Rental
Tear. Cannot Cellact R.ntal lhro« h Duncsn, <>|| city, snd
ul "" lo ascenain tbe trouble the , * of ™urb ">l orioel |„. ! Muskogee Tbe government cannot mlttTe^.y.1 Jll Crm
conductor was attacked snd bun by a J * " m*de "l " vi,l**e nc ' eo">P*l "II lessee s to pay ti sn acre be uitd 5V. k "mount will ,
utk- N"'t"U 'rom Cs.cutU. where, s.nual rental on Und "L.. "or oM I ^ ,b' Pnd
Governor Cruee of Oklahoms. hss 1 ^1^1 vul^i d!"'n« °P*rations, tlunng tbe period of the lease If oil1
irdoned Lee McCormack. who has S5I! -.1-"-A'?..f*"1 "lv" art j wells are not sctually drilled on the
la an address at Wellaalay recently
• professor said: "Moat college girls
are a vast lump of unassimilated. |
digestible stodglnesa." We have sees
ama that dlda't look It
Crutches or B'ers.
Itich ra Croker, n: a .tinner hi N
fork, txpressid a distrust .'or ar
"There's rnrhleg underneath fher
i« h ild "If the !<af<t tb i f ft
wtot g, down they drop.
"I said to a LonJoner the oth
''How la jou ron retting on rln
le I ought a fly.ng machine r
On crutche-. like the r.*t
±em.' the Londoner replied"
To Arrange Flowers.
H.-'e are five no'den ru es wkl
<hi i.-lil he observed by those who efti
srranre flowers. IVc p'entv of fo las
Put your flower. In very lightly u
artistic g!a . h Do rot put more tbi
t*o. or, at the moit, three dllfere
kinds of flowers In one d.-coratlo
Ai range your color, to form a bo
contra t or, tetter still, a soft ha
a I'nited S ates senator conducting his n,"ny- 1 hi-aim of the decorator rbou
- - be fo «bow off the flowers—not ti
vases tbat contain them; therefore ti
Unusual Seen* Enacted
Washington.—The unusuu sight of !
•enred four years for attempted mur
der. McCormack la only 19, being
sent to tbe prison when IS years old.
The pardon wai granted as a reward
for good behavior.
Tho steamship H. M. Whitney of tbe
pardoned Le. MK'orm.^r^'ho his" gold snd sliver art- j wells are not sctually drilled on thai Outbrie I'^'i'**-. ^0***
served four years for attempted mur The^^i ?'? "er* foun,L ' '""d ",d th" P"''™ to have his i night in the Tu",:^■,
der. McCormack Is onlv l k-i„„ b * "n authorities have Inter lease cancelled raiher than tn DM V this V*Prfl«<« In # T L(OUrt a
.. . ^ iuuuq. i •••iu, «uu <ne leisee pi^rers to have hii nlirht in tk. , - -
The Mexican authorities have inter lease cancelled raiber than to pay this verdict In f.v^ 7 r"un"<'
: ;x:, r;; s£rr5i'SHrr^:""K"^
- -"""" - w "■ —; 2 I S&F'- tas
Tbo success of Herr ron Lepel's I — ' tWO r'*n **"
An elghty-jraar-old man la Mass a
rhuaetts baa developed whooping
cough. Here Is another contradiction
of tho Oslerlan theory.
Tbo borae Is doing very well, than*
r*u. this auto flying age.
A Nebraska farmer who haa tried
raising peanuts says It doesn't pay
Perhaps there Is no great profit, eltb
•r. In raising wheat In Virginia
By tusking shoes shine an Italian
Immigrant has amassed 110,000. And
>et they say that "all Is not gold thai
end of Long Island Sound early ',h. cZLX^'i ° r°" UBctlon *"b ,Kepr*Mn(,,tlve ' «" ^eery of Gsmegle, Klncannon was cb^Ld w,7b ,hL km
... i _... hf •r"f1' wh,ch- " «« balleved, | t,on on the propose Seger county. I he e.ated the office? * B
flection will be held March 4. The!
new county Is to be taken from Caddo. To Pretext wtu a
Kiowa and Wasbita counties snd will Oklshcnia Cltv A hill
>.n . in.pu .tlon „l tt.nu .„d . u>. ban on ™IH.
SL-T fizr:, suinsrtv?
Thirteen hunters have been killed
In Pennsylvania this teas, n gouie o
aiiem wire net mlstak. n lor 'abb.ts
" "7' ofiii,h' •y*'"'". which. It 1, bolleved,
Ex-Governor Haskell hss appealed to ' wl" be adopted In the neal
tho circuit court of appeals at 8t. j ,u,ur -
IxMils from tbe Judgment rendered Dozens of vessels have been wreck
sr Ht^tat«hr,e ?favt* °f ,i"ed 1,1 a ,errif,c ",orm ,bat ,wept th«
K A C°,mpany for ,42'00<*> KPanl«h coast. The bodies of twenty
Sn 1S 8 tnl^ a,"Dt'y 'I""** "** ' "Ve ,,"ll0r, *° ,ar haV8 wa«hed
Bell in 1898 to promote a railroad. aabore. ««e
DeV',w,a,tCll-r\fr°m Ka*1' ,,a,B •nd i A *'ro"« Phenomenon recently oo
pnii i ia. . " ^,,P0^, 'he nrrlval of I currtd In tbe Kmmenthal valley and
I, ' °?.P8 to be ^'""ributed J ,he surrounding mountains when
along tbe Texas Mexlcon frontier to | "black'' snow fell to a depth of fifteen
enforce neutrality laws. All of the Inches, giving the whole country, which
11'vX W7edrU:n Third white with snow before « ft,*
cavalo* stationed at Port Sam Ilous- eral and most depressing aspect ovei
10'• a large area.
Into ; ^usntlyofb^ck bl"? ,f'ark bro,ber ' • Prominent Hungarian de|>
Chickasha Entertains Cruco I Another w.n
Chickasha, Okla.—Governor Lee Ardmore, Okla The Ardmore t'aa
Cruce was the guest of honor at the | company brought In Its second «n
booster banquet given Thursday night Monday In the Held we.t of Anlmorl
Cover, we,e ,ald for 250 business This well I. sbaUow sand bTu
"eB' 11 *" ,he' """ual banquet of good for 1,.*>0,000 cubic feet per day
the Chamber of Commerce. Tho la Four rigs are In the A. lfl .11, „i ..
die. of tho I'nited Charities society ; and day Vum n'KW
•arved tbe five-course dinner. |
Chickasha. Okla. -Taylw l.ee, th«
grandfather, a former renator. about
the floor of the senate was witnessed
luesday when Senator Huvis Klkina
of West Virginia, escorted former Sen
ator Henry Gassaway Davis through
Rebels To Take Juarea
El Paso. Tex.—Reports here Prldsy,
believed to be authentic, are to tbe
effect tbat the Insurrectos will attack
Juares and that a messenger from
Orosco to tbe German and American
consuls was arrested by federal offi-
cers on reaching Juarex and Is now
held In communlcado.
Negro Is Killed «.ata-Tsvl.
Dunrnn, Okla. Lute Keith, colored,1 negro who was convicted of a..set.
•ged JO. was killed while attempting and battery on S Lloyd Walls a dru
to wrest a shotgun from tbe hand, of gist, was sentenced to Ave y..?.
' deputy sheriff. |th. penltuitlnr,. ' '
Morgan Lean Rejected
San Juan del Rur, Nicaragua.—A
special despatch from Tegucigalpa
says the Honduran congrea. ha. re-
fused to appr ve the Morgan loan
transaction and declined tbe appeals
of President Oavlla to further conalder
the queation of ratifying the agree-
ment which his agents made.
Tho (perry Funeral
Washlngtcn Admiral Charles 8.
Sperry, retired, who died st the Naval
Medical hospital here Wednesdsy, was
burled in Arlington cemetery.
Port au Prince Haytl.- Official news
was received here February 3 tbat the
revolution In the northern part of the
republic Is a failure.
Steel Corporation Reports
New York. The quarterly report of
the I'nited State. Steel corporation
ahows earnings of 125.190.B7«. Net
earnings are 20.««2,<60. Total earn-
ings for 1*110 were $141,144,001. Ths
regular quarterly dividends of I , |>flr
cent on the preferred and 1«4 per cent
M the common stock were declared.
simpler ones are far prrferab'e
even the moM e'atomte U'aares t<
a dinner table should be el her whH
a lie.Irate shade .if green, or rose ec
or. according to the Sower, arraage
In l hem.
When Coffee Is Ootfig Harm.
A lady writes frotn tbo land of tm
U>n of the resulta of a four ymrW oa
of the food beverage—hot Postum.
"Kver since I can remember we hai
used coffee three times a day. It h*
a more or less Injurious effect upot
«s all, and I myself suffered
death from Indigestion and
ncss caused by It.
"1 know It waa that, bocauae wbei
I would leave It off for a law days I
would feel better. 13ut It waa hard «
give It up. even though I realised bwa
harmful It was to ue.
"At last 1 found a perfectly eaaj
way to make the change. K^iur yean
ago I abandoned tbe coffee habit aad
began to drink Postum, and I aloe t
flue ii. ed tbe rewt of the family to d«
Ihe same. Kven tbe rhl'drcn are at
lowed to drink It freely as they da
water. And It has doue us all great
"1 no longer su.Ter from IndlKoallo*
and my nerves aro In admirable ten*
altiro I biffin to use Postum. We
never use the old enffee any more.
"Wo appreciate Postum an a .'o-
lightful and healthful beverage, which
tiot only Invigorates but supplies tho
best of nourl.shiuent as well." Name
ffiven by postum Co.. Ilattle Creek,
Head "The Road to Wallville," to
Pkgs. "There's a Reason."
m 's £n f "^7T* * mrm
mmrn IH-!? fr** ilmr lu Unit. Ttos
zrr.jrriUee* a^Miei im
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