The Cushing Herald. (Cushing, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, September 19, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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. PTJSaiNa. O. T FKIDA.Y,
Hiram mjk Misting.
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p2^0rr*MI0H., Sept., 18.—Ask Nate High if he knows any-
U thing of the whereabouts of his brother Hiram High, of Ovid,
Mich, who on Sept. 6th started to visit his sick brother Nathaniel
High whom he had been informed Was very low with typhoid
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The aboviB telbgrem retelvedity.th*qebau>. from the , Detroit
Mfcfe., TRiBVtrffto-day. H *pp<?ar that Hiram Highabrtoth-
er of Nate Higbef this town an# a prominent. attorney t>f OVid,
Mich, received a telegram which stated that his brother Nate was
very sick with typhoid fever and was not expected to live. iTM*
was on Sept Oth and Hiram High started immediately for Oklaho-
ma. About a week ago Nate High reoeived a letter from Michi-
gan which had been sent fo Guthrie addressed to Hiram High in
care of Nathen High. ate didn't think mtiot} of the letter at
first believing it sin^y a ruse of his refetivee back east to
get into communication wtyh him again, Nate having a tailing out
with them when he len home years ago. To-day, Nate HJgb ,r®-
celved a message fofetfie Masonic Lodge at* Guthrie Juquiri&g
for information of his brother. Both Hiram and jNfrte *re Masons
and the friends of Hiram, not hearing from him, have commenced
to hunt him vp, Hira^ High seems to be quite prominent In poll-
tics and has taken an acfove part in the senatorial fight now being
waged In Michigan between D. M. Perry and Russel A. Alger for
the seat of Senetor McMillan, deceased. It is firmly believed by
Nate High and his friends in Michigan, that Hiram High has been
kidnapped or foully dealt wifth $y political enemies. Nate High
has not been sick, and la in robust health. The message Hlfcam
High received supposed.to ha,Te,been sent by Nate High was be-
yond doubt a deooy. Nate Is very much concerned about the dis-
appearance of his brother, and Were'It not for theconfintoentof his*
wife wouW mMw a*rfp*eck easttoanyeetigate the chaeu
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Surttey School Convention. r
A CONVENTION. <if the Sunday 'Schools of this} section1 of
Oklahoma, will be held at Cushing, at the M. B. Church on
Sunday, Sept, 9& tfci.
The following subjects will be discussed:
1st.—WhaVist&eeeuse'bf the lack of attendajxoQip. the Sun-
day Schools of to-day? Discussion lead by N. S. Griffeth. ,
2nd.—What is the best method otgettlng the Sunday School in-
terested in giving of'their substance,unto tlfc Lord?" 'Discussion
lead by John Blward.
. 8rd. —What can be done that the teaching of the Sunday Schools
will exert a greater influence upon the people fjor good? Dis-
cussion lead by S. P; AlW V
The program will also consist of music and recitations.
The Sunday Schqpb In ihe vicinity are cordially Invited to at-
tend and take patfc * v
The Convention will open at 11 oclock A. M.
GOVERNOR TOM FERGUSON must h*ve been a good base-
ball player In hls youth aooordlng to what Ifete Oeltert tells
us who used to be acquainted with the Governor in kansas. Pete
says he has many times exeroised the, Governor by throwing bil-
liard belie at htm, The governor would tell him to throw them
strkight all* heed and Pete would send them In as swift as bul-
lem^ tQ^^ oa^ as easily a. though they were dough-
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f*OU DIOK PONKBTT, of Oklahoma, I* In Now York Oliy and
V* to getting aom. aheap advertlaoioont from tin
Th. Col. Ill an lotorvlo* with a New York World roporte*iM>or
leaveo tho Impreaalonthat o men cannot teal «b In t^l* |MI
wootwlelmfceheohto right hand oonatettlyopoo- bio coo. ®h0
Ool. my ooly betrjrlng to Jolly thoee eae *rn«>i% but we don't ooa-
k tehtlM.SM * Pol br* e, put onMeWar
paint and attacked one or the visiting Buchie Indiana at the
>e OnAast Friday night. Tuck got the Buchie Indian down
i/tfer^hoking Him tried to take his scalp. He had the Buchie
to a point whereiwftajtf yank would have brought the ecalp
when eomeof the nffldr/J$|ttiie ia&r&red. :<T6e ttucKiels ,>
cut about the scalp buVwftf reobfter. Tuok Walker is tfctfa
Indian who nearly fatally stabbed another Indian here a f
ago mid was scott free.
£ HK p. aiOU|M« editor ot toe PertW Journal ind
of the public elhoolf of thai city was nomlnqtedby tho i
fas at the council Odnventldn held at StlUwatl
their candidatef^ithe iecritprial council from thisd
Hlckam haamafcy goodqualities which fit him for the | ^
be has been choeen by his party. The personality of the man
such that he is quick to make frlsnda being a bright Mlqw, j ' "
well educated-and *a fluent speaker. We are glad ^ha]^ the r
llcan party has such available timber as Prof. Join
am. He will not only be. the next Councilman from this
but will make votee for hie party ticket.
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Another Oiklphoma Roftf. ri '
l at Guthrie otf the jflth
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Will have two branch j
. 'o^ S|Blth^A^t a)Mtli#l^v ,
to Wtfcdwsrd, O on the Texas bMer.' Thl .total _
wlU be m miles. The principal place off ftusittee* Will be
wfifcer. '"••• .•
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. y Poit Office Movcdl ^ ' "
T|B poetoffice Was moved Saturday morning to the south addl-'
tion. There has .been a littlfe dlsftatlsfaetlon over the change
but a great majority Of the business people are favorable to this
location. Poatmas^f^ck^tt wiH put in a lot of new furniture'
within the next few We^ok Me Is a popularofflcial and fully.alive'
to the best ihtereeti Jfstfohs of the office. —Oubhino Inpk '
pendent. ' * ''hv- v «;., ♦ * .
Right you aselSrol.^llaOfl in some respects^at least The poet-'
oflio^ was moved'on laet Satur^y morning but if our 'recollection
serves us right, It, mustf have been at about one o'clock A. M.
There mjaet' be a little dissatisfaction over the change or certainly
175 patrons of tlam "ofllqe ih thaMhort time woi^ld not hWe order-
ed theii; mall brought ow to pushing proper and 'dispensed to .
them from the hew poetolfloe establlshed.in the stbre of Bough ft
Harris. " '
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•ink the.oharge made against him of evading the tax eolleotor.
Mr. Cross olalme hsuftM been a cltlsen ofOklahema City tot the
past seveh/ears.-; 'Ho,
he wa^ol; ea«icing
said la bla spMoh atk;
doOo dot ebow where
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Rendall, William J. The Cushing Herald. (Cushing, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, September 19, 1902, newspaper, September 19, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc269180/m1/1/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.