The Cushing Citizen (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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Mallslleu, C. Krannoii: I ..-n 1*011. TVk-
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City. n. W. I!rii«lif>ar: Faxon. timrvm
<"> hVrsn' Fort Oobl». to lw» nunplM: Ft.
Worth. t.-xju. st. Paula. F It Gordon
Ft. Worth. IVarl Av«. mlKalon. Frank
Williams, supply; Oeroniiro, Hmri1 H.
William*, aupnly; Gracemont ami Sham-
rock, Fran1' U. Farr'*>ctnn: Granflpld,
Klmer K. .''obnson Hinton. Henry W.
.tames: Hobart, W. K Robinson: Hol-
l'ster and Loveland, \V. U A. Self, supply;
Hydro. K. It. Hotick; Indlfiboma and
<'nch". .1. S. Mennev. supply; l.awttm,
W. <:. Smith I.one Wolf. O \V York:
Lookeba. Davis Tt. Lflnort. aurn'y: Mun-
Itou nnd Mt. Park. James Q.
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l*rird in i«o diffvreni state* for ibi>
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peal* filed wlili Um tupmn* rourt
by W. 8 Thompson ft Company, and
• ' f>ie Watson from a rnllnir of W. I.
I Hand, county treaaurer of Atoka coun-
In both cane* the appellants trans-
I ported oatHe from Texas Into Atoka
'ounty, Oklahoma, where they have
jleen assessed ns personal properly.
It la claimed thai before the rattle
were brought Into Oklahoma taxes
on them were levied, assessed, and
collected In the state of Texas. The
rattle were brought Into Oklahoma
prior to April 1, 1909. It is said, there-
fore It Is contended they were not
; subject to taxation for the fiscal year
f ending June 30. 1910, the year In
which the taxes were levied.
Approximately $1,000 In taxes are
Involved in the case.
Ponca City Glass Factory Starts.
Fires have been started In the glass
factory furnaces at Ponca City, the
ocvaw in Uerlln •bowing the children of n>«n who are fighting tor the fatherland. I»«.ug fed by iba lierliuer
trmiion tni«raiuet«un<a Verein (Berlin Ladlve' !t«llef aociaty).
HAMPERING THE GERMAN OPERATIONS vvoundeo algerian fighter
Swim, supply; Flfln'.in, to b» sunpllo
Roosevelt. N. M. Woinack: Snvdi r. \v | local payroll in the fown tnay be aug-
.. .. mente<1 j3 ooo a week.
I' Flobertv: Stnoker, *o he supnlled
Wlohltn F.il's, Teyns. Fi-st Clmrrh.
C. Smith: Wichita Fn'ls. Paul's Memorial
Chanel, to he api'nMe'l: \\'<>',t!if.rf)r.|.
I. H. Jackson: Wichita Falls circuit.
Thomas L,. Nosblt. supply.
Outh.-le District—H. C. f'ase. district i. ,
superintendent, Outhrie. Okla.; Hartles- | *lim nere.
FINDS HIS LONG - LOST DAUGHTER! WAINWRIGHT CASE IS UP AGAIN
Colt Kills Farmer.
Okeene.—August Arbrust, a wealthy
farmer, was killed when a colt kicked
Missouri Man Finds His. Child After
Suit Filed at Muskogee to Recover
on Former Treasurer's Bond.
Sapulpa.—Jasper Wickam's search T. , , . .
of fourteen years for his daughter, Muskog«e--]*■ an amended pehtlon
Lizzie, culminated here when he found re superior court here against
hf;r occupying a prominent position) ^Wainwright, former county
with a large department store. Dick- treasurer of Muskogee county, and his
am. who lives at Springfield, Mo., sep^-j surety company, the charge is made
srated from his wife when his daugh-j that Wainright entered into an unlaw-
ter was 6 years old. The mother j ful scheme with two bankers to de-
moved to Kansas, taking the child j fraud Muskogee county of a large sum
■with h^r. Qf money
Several months later Wickam be- ,, ^
j Amended petition alleges that $43,-
came wealthy through speculations In 500 was lost to the coun Wain.
the peach orchards of the Ctoks. wrlght char^| ^
Fearing his dauehter was unable to the books of the treasurer.s offlce
make her way ana needed assistance,: „.hiiQ „
Wickam determined to find her. That ^ *TT ^
■was fourteen years ago. Monday! ? . ° books of the bank in
Wickam arrived here, and from the U money was kept.
city directory he found that a Lizzie! Wainwright was recently convicted
Wickam was employed in a local de-;here on a cahrge of having embezzled
partment store. Twenry minutes later funds belonging to the county. Mus-
father and daughter were together, i kogee county commissioners are plain-
The mother died several years ago. J tiffs in the suit.
This is the way the Belgians destroyed the railway which was the Ger-
man line of communication between the army in France and Brussels.
RUSSIAN GUN INTERESTS GERMANS
Protest Ginning Rate.
Oklahoma City.—A complaint was
filed with the corporation commission
by a number of people of Hammon,
Frederick.—Dorothy Mason, 6, the
daughter of a farmer, was strangled
to death here when she fell from the
„ ^ bed In which she was sleeping and
Tvho allege that cotton gins at that was hanged by her chin between th
place are charging pnoee for gin- ^ aild a wall
nlng cotton in excess of those recent-
iy established by tbe commission. An
Investigation bv the commission with
Big Warehouse Completed.
Pauls Valley.—Construction on th<»
the view to issuing an order, fixing big cotton warehouse erected here by
the price of ginning in Hammon the the Chickasaw Compress Comp*/.
same as in other p-aces where com- was finished Mondav. The warehouse
plaint has been made ro the commis- has a capacity of 15.000 bales. Most
alon. is asked in tbe petition. lot the local cotton t« neing stored.
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and h«M by Iba b<Mird la IImi at col-
lalrral amount lo f3tO.U3.ftO. and lh»
amuuai of »«rr*aia ouuundlai —■
ruM by municipal bond* and war-
ranis amount la I4IM31 ftt.
L**m«* of School Lands Win Victory.
Rul* 8*vvn of the alalo school land
department, which aought lo revoke a
school land l<-as«N>'a preference rich!
»hen he refused to buy school land,
on «hlch he held a lease, at ita ap-
praised value * ben offered for aala
has b«en repealed by the school land
All preference lights that have been
revoked through application of the
rule will be restored upon tha pay-
ment of rent that has become delin-
quent. according to Mr. Williams. Ap-
proximately 1,000 lessees, whose pref-
erence rights have been revoked are
affected by the decision of the com-
missioners, which Is considered by
the lessees as a great victory for
Progress On New Capitol.
Excavating for the fundatlon for tha
state capltol building, except what can
be done by hand with pick and shovel,
was completed last week. The big ma-
chihe, drawn by seventeen horses and
operated by half a dozen men, which
has been used on the work Bince the
digging first began, was removed from
the grounds to a blacksmith shop to
undergo repairs. The digging that now
remains to be done will be confined
almost entirely to bringing the ground
into shape to receive the nine foot ca-
This Algerian, who was wounded in
the battle of the Aisne, Is a type of
the soldiers which France brought
over from her possessions in Africa.
Camera Carried by Pigeon.
A minature camera is in existence
which can be attached to the body of
a pigeon, carried by the bird to a con-
siderable height above fortified and
other positions, and used to photo-
graph the positions. The possibilities
of its use in war were recognized in
Germany before the present conflict,
and experiments made. To what ex-
tent the camera-pigeon has been em-
ployed by "alien enemies" in England
is another matter. At any rate, aliens
in this country are now prohibited by
law from owning carrier pigeons, and
all carrier pigeons flying near the
coast are shot by police watchers. The
camera is, of course, automatic in Its
action, and takes photographs at regu-
lar Intervals. The apparatus is made |
In two forms, as a single camera and j
aa a double camera.—London News.
Oklahoma City Times Bankrupt.
Richard S. Graves and A. B. Weltz,
named receivers for the bankrupt Ok-
lahoma City Times Co. by Federal
Judge John H. Cottrell. Graves and
Weitz also took oath of office as re-
ceivers before the clerk of the United
States district court at McAlester.
Pending the final adjustment of the
company's affairs, the paper will be
issued by Graves and Weitz, the re-
ceivers, who have been managing ed
itor and business manager, respect
ively, of the newspaper for the last
Wanted To Kill Somebody.
Oklahoma City.—"I feel like I want-
ed to kill somebody," said Robert E.
Allen, an oil mill worker, Sunday night
as he walked outside a rooming house
Two minutes later a shot was fired.
Philip B. McReynolds fell to the side
walk probably fatally wounded and
Allen ran down the street.
McReynolds, who is a bookkeeper,
lies in the Post Graduate hospital at
the point of death, shot by a man
he declares he had never seen before.
Allen was carried into the police sta-
tion intoxicated and locked up
Pharmacy Board In Session.
The state board of pharmacy con-
ducted examinations last week of ap
plicants for license. About fifty men
took the examination.
German aoldiers and otbwa la Berlin w«minin| a pwnllai machine gun
•aptured from tha Roaataaa.
The Moscow hospital, the largest in
Europe, employs over 9UQ nuraea.
Personal Damage Suit Is Affirmed.
In the case of F. a. Hart against
the Frisco, in which the Tulsa county
district court had given a verdJat ol
SI0.000 damages for personal injuries
the supreme court held the verdlit to
be excessive and directed a new tria
be given or a remittance ot damages
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The Cushing Citizen (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1914, newspaper, October 22, 1914; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc305668/m1/3/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.