Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 10, 1898 Page: 2 of 4
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Tho Bcavor Herald.
NOAH DAVE8. Publisher.
EAVnR - OKIiAHOMA.
TlIK totnl registration of Chicago for
tho November election was 320749.
Paiido Luckua iv shepherd recently
tiled nt tho county hospital nt Salinas
Cnl. ORed 125 yenrs.
At tho present rato of extinction it
is ussertcd one more jjoncratloti will
witness tho total extermination oj nil
tho birds In tho United Stntcs several
species bclnp at tho danger line.
TjlK nutomobllo fad is growlne; fast
In this country. In New York tho
other night tho Klcctrlo clnb 200
strong drovo up llroadway to a thea-
ter In electric vehicles of different pat-
terns making a procession several
To help pny the war debt of StOO-
000000 tho Spanish government has Is-
sued a somber black stamp of tho de-
nomination of ono cent which must
bo afllxcd to all tho Inland mail mat-
ter of Spain and her colonics In addi-
tion to tho regular postage.
It Is predietcd that tho American
camps In Havana province Cuba will
bo taken as models by tho armies of
tho world for years to come. None of
tho abuses of last summer will bo per-
mitted. Tho soldiers' hr-nltli will be
protected In every possible way.
Gov. Otkiio of New Mexico in his
annual report to tho secretary of tho
interior vigorously renews his repre-
sentations for' tho early admission of
Now Mexico to statehood. Ho esti-
mates the total population of tho ter-
ritory at 2b2O0O including 25000 In-
dlnns. Tiik business and professional men
of Washington aro organizing to cele-
brate tho centennial anniversary of
tho location of tho national govern-
ment at that city. Tho movement
promises to meet with success. His
proposed to havo an Interstate and
international exhibition and out of
that it is hoped there will bo located
nt tho nation's capital a permanenl
Tin: Illinois supremo court has up-
field tllo Torre us law and sanctioned
a reform in tho transfer of lnnd titles
which" Is In nccordanco with tho spirit
of tho age tho Chicago Tlincs-Herald
Boys. This law provides substantially
that when tho title to a piece of renl
cstato Is onco established in any per
son and duly entered on tho books ol
tho registrar he shall receive a ccrtill-
cato of title and that ccrtllicato shall
bo transferable. At all times tho reg-
istrar's books will show tho owner-
bhlp of any particular plcco of prop-
erty and tho Incumbrances upon it.
Duni.NO tho past two years the de-
partment of agriculture has conducted
u series of experiments In tho uso of a
serum as a remedy for hogs affected
by cholera or swlno plague. Speak-
ing of tho treatment. Dr. Salmon
chief of tho bureau of animal Indus-kr-
tr.e said: "Tlicro Ij.no question of tho
effectiveness of thatacruin treatment.
Our operations havo been viewed with
scepticism but tho serum treatment
.for hog cholera is no longer an experi-
ment It Is n proved success and un-
doubtedly will savu to tho farmers of
tho United States millions of dollar?
Tiik bishops of tho Methodist Ilpls-
ropul church who recently held their
semi-annual conference at Springfield
iluKg voted to call for a "twentieth
century thank oiTerlng" of 520000000
from tho members of tho Methodist
church. Tho funds will bo collected
at Intervals before January 1 11)01. It
was voted to devoto tho money to tho
improvement of cdueatlonul und char-
itable institutions maintained by the
Methodist Episcopal church. Tho
offering is intended as an expression
of thanks for tho completion of 20 eon-
turies of Christianity.
Dlt. FllKHKltlCK W. IVKvkmn' of Sau
1'ranclsco has advanced u plan to arm
all children against intemperance
in later life Just as they aro armed
ugainst small-pox. Ho proposes to ad-
minister ludecd he lias already ad-
ministered with marked success what
ho calls cquisclnc or n preparation
from tho blood of a horse which has
becu fed upon alcohol until It has be-
come a regular toper lly inoculating
children with this remedy he says
generation after geueration will be-
como purer until there Is not only no
predisposition to drink but tho cvih
duo to drink will bo removed.
AccouniNU to thu Electrical Review
Tcsla now proposes to transmit with
out tho uso of any wires through the
earth and tho air great amounts ol
power to distances of thousands ol
miles. This will appear n dream - u
tulo from thu Arabian Nights. Hut
tho extraordinary discoveries Teslu
lias made make it evident that hie
work in this field has passed a stage
of laboratory experiment and is ready
for a practical test on an Industrial
scale. Tho success of his efforts meant
that power from such sounxis at
Niagara will be available in any pur
of the world regardless of distance.
Tiik greatent storage reservoir in the
world is to bo constructed In Arizona.
In his report on tho project Mr. Na-
varro consul of tho Mexican govern-
ment at Phoenix says: It is estimated
by tho engineers of tho United Statet
government that enough water goes tc
wasto from tho Salt river each wlntci
to amply irrlgato 1000000 acres In the
Salt river valley throughout tho ycai
were tho water properly distributed.
It Is proposed to store these wiutei
Hoods to be drawn as needed during
tho summer months by constructing
u grand reservoir In the mountains
some CO mile northeast of Phoenix.
The crime of compounding a felony
is coming to bo about as common m
almost any offense against tho law.
tho Washington Post says llurglurs.
suio blowers unu oilier classes o-
thieves liava learned thut it Is profit
ublo to get hold of registered bondi
uud other securities and papers vain
able to tho owner but impossible ti
bo utilized by those who steal them
and sell tlieia to their rightful pro
prletor. Diamonds and other prcciou
6tones which might with little risk
bo sold to a fence uie often recovers
by their owners who pay the t hie Ye-
as much as they would get uUewhcre-
IN U V HM.13E.lv. 070.
NEWS OF THE WEEK
aiounod By Tolcsraph and Mall
I'lULSONAI AND 1'OUTICAI-
A iiini'Atcii stated that (Jen. lllnuco
would lcavo Havana November 20 us
ho is averse to witnessing the closing
scenes of tha ovacuatlon of Cuba. Ho
will go to Spain before tho American
Hag Is raised over tho city.
Tin; American commissioners lit
I'aris on the Hint presented to tho
Spanish commissioners u written ex-
pression of the purpose of the United
States to take tho cntlro group of l'hll-
Ipplno islands und to assume such pro-
portion of the Philippine dubt ns had
boon spent for tho benulit of tho iv
lands or their Inhabitants In public
works Improvements or permanent
Am. the llritlsh warships at Wol-Hal-Wei
cloared for action on tho 2d
und wore mado ready to put to sea nt
an hour's notice ltussla having
planned it was reported to mako an-
other grab of Chinese territory and
llreat Ilritaiu being determined to
checkmate tho move.
Tin: mother of Gen. 1'ltz.hugh I.ec
died nt Richmond Va. on tho ftd Shu
fall recently and sustained internal in-
juries. Tiik war department has issued a
general order for the movement of
troops to Cuba. Tho llrst troops will
leave on or nbout Novomber 22 and
will comprise a brigade under Ilrlg.
Gen. Curpontcr. Tliu brigado will bo
sent to Ncuvltns and Puerto Principe.
A witHCsi'itKAD revolutionary move-
ment In Russia has been discovered
tho center of the movement being nt
Lodz in tho goVornmant of Warsaw
and more than 400 arrests have been
mado thu prlsouers including many
school-teachers. Secret presses which
were employed in spreading the move-
ment were found In St. Petersburg
Lodz Jnroslav and elsewhere.
Tin: secretary of tho Interior received
unolllcial advices on tho !ld that tho
Creek Indian nation in tho Indian ter-
ritory had ratiiicd tho agreement
reached between ItscoiumlBslonorsnnd
tho Dawes Indian commission in tho
reorganization of tho Indian territory.
Tin: United States treasurer's roport
to tho secretary of tho treasury for tho
past ilscal your states that tho not or-
dinary rovenucs of tho government
were $405321 U35 while tho not ordi-
nary expenses were Slll)30S5S'J. Up to
tho closo of tho Ilscal year tho increaso
of expenditures on account of tho war
was 8411041733 for the war department
and 60lOC2-iflt) or the navy depart-
ment. Tho expenditures of the war
department for the four months of
July August September und October
wero 8107620308 and for tho war de-
Tiik National Association of Hard-
Wood Dealers convened nt Cincinnati
on tho 3d with about 200 delegates
present. Tho principal proposition
ponding was ono to establish a system
of uniform Inspection and uniform
grades grades that will bo recognized
in European us well as 'all American
Tiik lockout of tho 000 employes of
tho breweries in Denver Col. has
ended tho men conceding tho right of
employers to discharge men at will
uud tho employers granting tho men
a nine-hour day without reduction of
TiiniTKKN houses wero burned by n
recent lire nt Middlesboro ICy
Tiik Thompson wagon factory at St.
Louis park a suburb of Minneapolis
Minn was destroyed by lire. Loss
A l'ltKKUiT train on the Cincinnati
Hamilton .t Dayton left tho track be-
tween Toledo and Lima 0. 15 cars be-
ing piled up In a deop cut shutting oil
Pkksidkxt GoMTKits of tho American
Federation of Labor lias sent a letter
from Washington to statu brunches of
tho order in reference to thu bill to
create an eight-hour day for all gov-
ernment work whuther done by tho
government or by contract in which
lie suys that the executive council in
struetcd him to request them to wait
upon senators for the purpose of se-
curing u promise from them that they
will favor tho eight-hour bill at tho
coming session of congress In Decem-
ber. Nancy J. Haiuikie a centenarian of
Center county Pa. died recently aged
100 years and ouo month. Sho foil uud
broke a limb and owing to her ad
vanced age tho injury would not heal.
Tiik requestor thu First Colorado In-
fantry to bu returned from Manila to
tli'6 United States was not granted by
tho war department It was stated by
officers of tho army that such requests
had been frequent from soldiers of vol-
unteer organizations who enlisted to
light but did not enlist for garrison
duty. Nothing can bo doue tho offi-
cers say until congress meets and pro-
vides some kiud of u force to take thu
place of tho volunteers.
Tiik Transmlsslssippl exposition at
Omaha Neb. closed ut midnight on
the 31st It was Omaha day and there
was uu immense crowd present
A l'AKTV of boys playing Hallowe'en
pranks at Toledo 0. frightened Mrs.
Saugor so badly that sho died before
help could gut to her.
Tin: receipts of cattle at Kansas City
during October wero 230845 tho
largest monthly cattle receipts in llio
history of tho trade.
Tiik majority of tho annual reports
of tho Indian agents to tho commis-
sioner of Indian affairs are of an en-
couraging nature and Indicate u prog-
ress generally along civilized Hues.
The agent of tha Lemhi Indians in
Idaho however characterizes those
redskins us nbout us ldlo and degraded
n set us one can find und morally
they are us bad as tboy wero 20 years
ago and no better oil financially.
A DlbTATCU from Gloucester Maes.
on thu !t stated thut thu past year
hud beeu very severe on tho fishing
fleet of that city 14 vessels bulng lost
62 men drowned 23 wives widowed and
C5 children mado orphans.
Tom IIoihnso.v colored was given
tho death pennlty by a Jury at Hills-
boro Tex. for assaulting a 12-year-old
Mns. Maiiv Wkiiiii.k residing flvo
miles south of Vandalla 111. recently
gnvo birth to triplets all girls.
Tin: passenger steamer Pacific was
burned nt tho Grand Trunk wharves
at Colllngwood Ont and tho rnllway
freight sheds filled with Canadian and
American goods wero also destroyed.
Tho Pacific was valued at S05.000 and
was tusurod for 825600. Tho loss from
tho burning of the freight sheds was
very heavy. The steamer was oper-
ated between Colllngwood and Soult
Ste. Mario Mich. stopping at wny
Tiik transport Panama with several
hundred Americans aboard whoso loss
had been reported from Santiago ar-
rived nt Havana on tho 3d from that
port and landed seven American pas-
sengers Including somo mllitnry offi-
cers. Sho then loft Havana for New
York. It wns reported tho Panama
had nbout 400 sick on board.
Statk'h Attohnky Wimiiisii has filed
his report with Gov. Candlor nt At-
lanta on tho claim set forth by Georgia
that 1500 square miles of territory
lying In Tonncssco and North Caro-
lina belongs to tho llrst named state.
Hn goes over tho case as far back as
1832 and anys tho question Is still an
open ono and is a mutter for thu courts
John Mhadowh shot nnd killed John
and Clayton Mathows brothers at
Pinevillc Ivy. McadowB was school-
teacher. Ho surrendered and was
Tin: cashier of tho First Natlonnl
bank of Hanover Pa. who recently
died was found to bo short $57000.
Tiik Cotton Hell fast freight No. 18
northbound wns wrecked noar Ogo-
maw Ark. Tho drawhead pulled out
fell down and four cars of cotton uud
dry goods wero completely wrecked.
No ono was hurt
Jkknik Homikumax a quarter-blood
Cherokeo at Pryor Creek 1. T killed
herself because her Indian lover John
Watka met death while resisting ar-
rest Sho took morphine.
Tiik monthly statement of tho di-
rector of tho mint shows the to(al
colnngo at tho United States mints
during October to havo been 88000841
as follows: Gold 85180000; sliver S3-
354101; minor coins 800050.
Fun: broke out in tho warehouse ol
tho Chattanooga (Tcnn.) Hoat Oar com-
pany's factory tho other night and de-
stroyed 250000 of the finished oars.
Tho olllco building was also burned
with all furniture. Tho loss reached
330000; fully Insured. Tho plant und
machinery wero saved.
M. Lkk Chanky was run over nnd
killed by an Illinois Central train nt
Cairo 111. Ho was crossing u track to
stop aboard tho Cotton Holt train
when tho fast mall knocked him down
and horribly mangled him.
Tiik salo of tho Transmlsslssippl ex-
position stnmps has more than realized
tho expectation of tho post ofllco de-
partment Up to dato about 82000000
worth of them have been sold. Prob-
ably about 8300000 of these havo gono
to collectors. The department will
continue to Issuo tho exposition stamps
up to December 31.
Tiihkk distinct shocks of earth-
quake each being about ten seconds in
length were felt at Cleveland O. on
IlUHi.NKSs Is pnralyzcd In Monterey
Me.'. on account of yellow fever.
On November 1 Salvador Nicaragua
and Honduras combined under a com-
mon administration entitled the
United Stutes of Central America.
Chicago was suffering from an epi-
demic of inllucuza on thu 31st
K.nsion WlM.Ani) of tho Machias it
has been ofllctally announced was the
first man to rnlso tho starSand stripes on
Cuban soil. Tho decision entitles him
to S100 which W. It Gratz sent to tho
Now York Herald on April 23 to bo
given to tho man who thus distin-
guished hlmsolf. Wlllurd is a Missouri
boy having been appointed to tho na-
val academy from tiiat state.
Tiik towboat Eagle ran afoul of
somo obstruction In the harbor near
tho Union Stock yards at St Louis
knocking a halo in her hull. Sho sank
in tho wutcr up to her boiler deck and
careened to tho larboard side. No ono
was hurt in tho accident
Tiik powder house of tho Titanic
Smokeless Powder company nt South
Acton Mass. was demolished by an
explosion on tho 31st The men for-
tunately escaped Injury.
Rosk Lauuku uged 22 nnd J. 11
Clcckucr aged 32 tied themselves to-
gether at Cleveland O. and jumped
Into tho lake. Two railroad dotectives
witnessed tho act and rescued them
after a hanl Htruggle. Tho couple
said they wero tired of living.
Adam Hamiif.ii became suddenly In-
sano In Heaver Dam Wis. and secur-
ing a gun wounded nine mon and was
then shot to prevent his doing further
Injury. No ono was fatally hurt
Tiik report of tho Dawes commission
was submitted to tho secretary of tho
interior on the 29th. It presents thu
conditions in tho Indian territory.
The lack of educational facilities for
white children is shown and congress
Is asked to appropriate money for
schools for them.
Tiik Ktchmoud Ind. Ministerial as-
soalation has entered the fight now on
In Indiana botwecn tho friends of thu
stnto nnd uon-stato schools. A letter
to each of tho ministerial associations
in thu state has been prepared asking
for co-oporatlou In tho work for favor-
ublo legislation for denoiuluutionul
A fiiik at Tuskegcc Ala. destroyed
nearly tho cntlro business portion of
thu town including 13 stores tho tele-
phone exchaugo and tho opera house.
Loss 800000; Insurauco only 81000.
Asa Van WonMn a wealthy retired
merchant mado a gift to the Cincin-
nati unlvorsltv of S50.000 to bo used
for tho erection of u Arc-proof library
Gkouok Moouk ono of tho bandit
who bold up nn Atehlsou Topoka &
Santa Fo train near Fort Worth Tex.
lust July was convicted of murder nnd
sentenced to 00 years in prison. The
engineer and fireman of tho train wero
killed by tho robbers.
The gcnoral storo of 11 It Ilalncs
at Leoti ICnn. wus completely de-
stroyed by fire. Not a dollar's worth
of goods was saved.
Ily tho explosion of a new boiler at
tho Oil City (Pa.) bollor works two men
wero killed two fatally Injured and a
dozeu more slightly hurt
The Baltimore &. Ohio railroad has
ordered 2000 freight cars from tha
Missouri Cur and Foundry company
of St Louis making a total of over
25000 that have been purchased In thu
past two years.
Lato Hnppenlngs of More Then
IJHIEFLY TOLD FOR HURRIED READER
berrlry i:lnnli Warm In I'rulte of Cut-
llr llhir-Catll air lis Taken
Out of dialer Haililta and
Cnttle lllppnl In Oil.
Secretary It. J. Edwards of tho LUo
Slock Sanitary commission is decidedly
cnthuslustlc over the experiment of
dipping cattlo in oil to remove fever
ticks tho first operation being con-
ducted October 22 at Noblo utidor tho
supervision of Dr. Lowis nnd Mr. Kd-
wards. Sixty-four head of Texas steers
wero dipped to test tho efficacy of tho
biand of oil known as extra dynamo
now used In the cnttlo dipping vats in
Oklahoma for the destruction of fever
ticks. The cattlo dipped on the above
date wero allvo with tickB when they
wero driven through a shuto and fell
from a trap iufo tho oil vat which was
filled with flya fcot of oil. The cattlo
usually fell In head first going com-
pletely under rising to the top and
swimming to the far end of the vat
whero they could walk out on an in-
cline on which they wero held for a
short time to allow tho oil to drip fiom
their coats. Tho dynamo oil used con-
tains sulphur und other chemicals
which combined havo tho power of
destroying tho ticks without Injuring
tho eyes skin or hair of the animals
immersed in it. All tho cattlo passed
through tho Immersion without acci
eldent and emerged in good shape. Af-
ter Immersion the cattle woro driven
to feeding lots about 13 miles from
Noblo where they will bo kept undo
tho observation of Dr. Lewis. The oil
usually destroys tho ticks within 24
hours. Cattlo will bo dipped as fast as
they uro presented. After .cattlo arc
dipped they may bo shipped to any
part of tho territory.
Woodnou nnd tha Indian".
Tho story being told that Major
vYoodson was obliged to starve his
Indiuns to mako them send their chil-
dren to school was hatched in tho
brain of somo ono not conversant with
Major Woodson or the Indian charac-
ter. The major has had no trouble In
getting tho Indians to send their chil-
dren to school where ho could person-
ally look after tho matter. At the Red
Moon school theio was a little trouble
among tho older Indians but it vtus
soon quieted down when tho major in-
structed his sub-agent at Red Moon to
give the Indians their full rations pro-
vided they sent their children to
school. Tho jjovcrnraent erected a
large school building and employed a
full corps of white employes to take
charge of it whose salaries in the ag-
irreiruto amount to J550 a month. When
the school opened only 17 children re-
ported and it was deemed necessary to
discharge uoaio of the teucliers or pay
ttictn for services which wero never
rendered. Major Woodson gnvo the
matter much thought and decided to
cut off tho rations of the whole band
until tho lofrnctory ones sent their
children to school. The Indians who
had children nt school went nmong
those who had not and iusldo of two
weeks every Indian who had a child
over six years old sent it to school.
Hon. It. J. Edwards secretary of tho
iyo stock sanitary commission wus in
Guthrie recently conferring witli tho
governor on rjuuiantlne matters and
before returning to his home in Okla-
homa City announced tho following
official order removing tho order heie-
tofore existing on Custer WushUu and
Roger Mills counties:
To Cattlemen and Others: You aro
hereby notified that the quarantine
heretofore existing on Custer Washita
and Roger Mills counties is removed.
You urojwnrned however that any
person moving cattlo that arc infested
with cattle ticks will bo prosecuted
and that no cattle will be permitted to
bo lauded that are Infested with said
ticks. Inspcctots will bo at shipping
points to prevent uny violntion of this
rule and all cattlcd bo Infested discov-
ered ut any shipplug pens or on tho
trails unroute theieto will bo quaran-
tined. Quarantine on Greer county is
still effective. R. J. Edwamjs
Secretary Live Stock Commission.
Work aC Antl-llnre Thief Amoclatlnn.
I'onca City Courier: The next an-
nual session of the Oklahoma Antl-
Horso Thief Association will bo held at
Euld on tho third Wednesday iu Octo-
ber. During the past year 12 horse
thieves have becu captured convicted
and sent to tho penitent'ury by the
various associations in tho territory.
There are nearly 200 local lodges now
in Oklahoma and the membership of
upuuidsof 2000 1b rapidly growing.
Not only is it spreading In the co.untry
but business men iu the towns have
begun to tnko nu interest in its work
and are Joining to help it. Tho past
year over 81000 worth of stolen prop-
erty lias beeu recovered nnd returned
to the rightful owners thiough the in-
strumentality of tho association which
is fust becoming a terror to cvll-docrs.
Oil'ccrs who do not do their duty and
people who become bondsmen for ap-
prehended thieves get their just des-
erts through the Instrumentality of
the Ills Com Yield.
From nil parts of tho territory come
encouraging reports regarding the big
corn yield. Never before In our his
tory has such an enormous corn crop
beeu gathered. Old stittlers aro hup-
pilv surprised at the lesults and many
aro buying hogs in order that they
will havo somo profitable way to dis-
pose of this mammoth crop.
Dor Colt Fruiili Outlaw.
When captured Dora Cox wus riding
butabuul; barefooted woro a red
mother hubburd and a man's jumper
uud bad a oartridgo belt buckled
aroucd her. Sne wcuis her hair short
and unlike tho truditlonal female out-
law she is neither pretty nor prepos-
sessiug but is just as hardened und
rough us it would be possiblo for n
woman to become. Shu will b'e re-
turned to Kingfisher county whero
she was awaiting sentence for horse
stvuling when she mado liar escape.
Silo has served oue term In the penitentiary.
i-; a-j Aflty gV
vXa tSCLrS jP aJr W
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llnln at I'onca City.
Poncn City Courier: A very timely
nnd copious rain visited this section
Monday night soaking tho ground
pretty thoroughly Itcnme at tho op-
portune moment Tho fall scedlugof
wheat was needing it badly but was
not yet Injured. Early sown wheat
covers the ground but lato wheat was
coming up in spots not having enough
moisture to bring it up evenly. The
rnln will put tho wheat Into tho winter
in good shape.
Indian Mnurnlnc Ajipnrel.
Osago Journal: In timo of mourning
an Indian's wenrlngnpparel consists of
a gee string blanket and pair of moc-
casins. When an Indian is seen mourn-
ing especially when tho thermometer
is lingering down around zerp's quar-
ters we are strongly of tho opinion ho
Is not civilized.
Child llurun tn Death.
The little boy of John Zeigler of
near Newklrk met death iu a horrlblo
manner Tuesday of last week. The
mother was out doors at work and
heard tho child scream. Sho ran to
the house and found him afire. He
lived till night. It is not known
how he caught Arc.
llutchrr Guea Insane.
Enid Wave: Gus Weiner a butcher
of Wauhomis was convicted of insani-
ty last week and ho lias been taken to
the asylum. It seems that the unfor- I
tunato man is suffering from softening
of tho brain und it iu u question
whether lie will ever recover.
fitlnor News Kntei.
Trail is the name of a new town in
Orcr 8000 people attended tho Kay
county fair one day.
About $125 has been raised for tha
Roy Cushion monument fund.
Tho r.iilrond surveyors have com-
pleted their work between lilac kburu
Wild ducks are said to be quite
plentiful along many of tho streams
und large ponds.
At the bottom of a cavo near Daugh-
erty ltluiue county is a spring con-
taining eyeless fish.
Recently a heard of cattlo pnssed
through Heaver county that had como
all tho way from Idaho. '
A civil service examination will bo
held nt Oklahoma City December 3 for
postoQlce cleric and carrier; salary
Tho headquarters of the Tenth In-
fantry which was stationed at Fort
Reno previous to the war aro now at
Tho Southwestern Cotton Seed Oil
company of Macon Miss. will estab-
lish a branch altalr in Oklahoma hav
in;; taken out a charter.
A Rluckwell uiiin was hit in tho cyo
by a man named Columbia Asked
who had given him the black eye he
answered "thu gem of tho ocean."
Vho territory is prosecuting a mon
named Walker in Garfield county for
stealing a school house door worth
throe dollars. The suit will cost him
City Editor Yates of the Gulhrio Cap-
ital has been appointed chief clerk iu
the oftlce of Indian Agont William
Walker of the Kiowii and Coinancho
agency at Auadarko.
Word reached Stillwater ono day re-
cently that a gang of outlaws wero
headed for tho town to do up the banks.
Tho town armed -itself und waited but
the outlaws fulled to show up.
There lire 37 prlsoneis in the terri-
torial jail ono of tiiein u boy eight
years-old perhaps the youngest robber
iu the United States. He is charged
with robbing a postofllce.
A two dny'8.ession of district court
was held a; Cloua Chief lost wee' for
the purpose of naturalizing 100 Men-
uonitcs. This was done so that they
could prove up on their claims.
Tho teachers of Woodward printed
an article in the News asking better at-
tendance nt school on tho part of the
pupils and ihnt the parents put forth
a little moro effort along that line.
Governor Harnes by ofliclal procla-
mation has designated Wednesday
December 7 to be observed as Lifay-
olte day in like public schools and edu-
cational institutions of the territory.
"Old Geronimo" the famous old
Apache Chief iu speaking of tho edu-
cation of his people und their possible
conversion says: "Schools arc good
tilings for Indians but it takes many
years to change the uutuie of tlw
Al and Frank Jennings will remain
in tho stoukado that pusses for a United
States jail at Ardtuoro until March
aud then stand trial for the robbeiy of
a Rock Island train at Siding No. J a
year ago. They claim to bo innocent
and that they can easily provo It
Tho citizens of Jonesvllle which is a
part of Enid uro very much pleased
with the townslto board who aro Is-
suing deeds for lots in tho fifth ward
formerly Jonesvllle. This land was
under contest for a loug time between
a number of homesteaders and thv
lie Knew Htm.
Again it was the terrible small brothtr
doing tho entertaining until his sister
could put in an appearance.
"1 guess you don't know me said the
caller with a commendable desire to be
"Oh ) es I do. When I saw you through
the winder I heard sister saj- 'there comet
that everlastin' Simpkins again)' " Detroi
Clergyman You want to bo separated
from your husband? Don't you know that
marriages are mado in Heaven?
She-i know that sir; but ours was not
I got my husband through tin advertisement
in the papers. Illustrated American.
Tlrenomo Caller How do vou cet rid of
i. lament Btatcmn My valet generally
knonB them and reminds me of pome encaec-
ment. (Tap at the door.) Well Harris what
Valet (thrusting his head in) I beg your
pardon sir but 1 think you have an engage-
ment to dine witli Gen. Hogo in about 'arf
on hour. Chicago Tribune.
He Wanted Too Much
Patient Well doctor do roil think it's
Eminent Surgeon I never think my
friend; I always know.
"Yen I know jou alwajs know after the
oneration. hut ran't vou break over the rula
nnd work up a little doubt now?" Chicago
A NATION OF DYSPEPTICS.
From the Mountaineer. Walhalla N Dak.
The remorse of a guilty stomarh is what
t large majority of the people are suffering
with to-day. Dytpepsia is a chaiacteristic
American uiseatc ana it in frequently stated
that "c are a nation of dapeptici."
Improper food hurried rating mental
worry exhaustion; any of these produce a
lack of vitality in the system by causing the
blood to lose its life sustaining elements.
The blood is the vital clement in our lives
and should be carefully nurtmed. Kestore
the blood to its proper condition dyepepsia
will vanish and good health follow.
For example in the county of Pembina
North Dakota a few miles from Walhalla
resides Mr. Ernest Snider; a man of sterling
integrity whose veracity cannot be doubted.
The Doctor Diiagreul.
"I became seriously ill three years ago.
The doctor gave me medicine for indigestion
but I continued to become worse. I had
leveral physicians at intervals who gave me
some relict but nothing nermanent
"I read in the newspapers articles regard-
ing the wonderful curative powers of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People and
finally concluded to try the pills. I pur-
chased six boxes. This was five months ago.
The first box gave me much relief. I con-
tinued taking the pills and after using four
boxes was cured."
These pills are recognized every w line as
a specific for diseases of the blood and nerves.
For paralysis locomotor ataxia and other
diseases long supposed incurable thev have
proved their cfiicacy in thousands of eaicK
Hicks "You want to know if Innerhy
loves that girl? Why he actually loves' her
faults." Wicks "Lucky girl! She has so
many." Boston Transcript.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
I J. Cheney &. Co. Props. Toledo O.
e the undersigned have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 ears and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transac-
tions and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their film.
West & Truax W'holcsalc Druggists To-
Waiding Kinnan & Marvin Wholesale
DruggistB Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bot-
tie. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The Spranglcs have been boasting a long
time about their horseless carriage. It turns
out to he only a baby's perambulator. Bos-
it. St. Jacobs Oil struck his
It was stricken out.
Ven Aye see faller feclin' sad all tern Aye
get mat at lies liver an' pity hem. Denver
In the morning well
soreness and stillness.
St. Jacobs Oil cures
We have a great deal to be thankful for
if we could only spate the time. Town
Thr I.rdirrr Monthly.
The publishers of the New York Ledger
announce the discontinuance of that publi-
cation as a scekly and its appearance in
future as a monthly.
The Ledger wns founded by Robert Bon
ner the word knows the history ol that
venture. He took into his work new ideas
and a determination to succeed. He made
the ledger the foremost weekly in the
realms of fiction. World-Herald Omaha
A perfectly trained husband is nno whn
nves the impression that the hardest work
of his life was in coaxing his t ife to marry
him. Atchison Globe.
Feeze; nnd fret? Why? St. Jacobs Oil
cures Neuralgia. Soothes it down.
It's always haid to please a man who
doesn't know what he wants. Chicago
Law sakes. It cured my aches.
Oil makes no mistakes.
nt es te men det talk all tern det haf no
tent to poot en at tankm. Denver Times-
Sun. Por Infants
' CINU COMMRT TT
(Ik & P
Bsars ' i2 m
THEY USED TO SAY "WOMAN'S
WORK IS NEVER DONE."
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Bring the germs of malaria fevers and
other diseases which may provo contagious
in their own families. Hood's Barsaparllla
Is a special boon to soldiers becauss it
eradicates all dlscuo germs builds up tho
debilitated system and brings back health.
Every returned soldier and every friend
and rclatlvo of soldiers should tnko
America's Greatest Medicine tit six tor fS.
Hood's Pills euro sick headache. 5 cents.
In Plain KnalUh.
Johnny What does the paper mean pa
by saing that Mr. Tomlinson boie the loss
of his handsome property by fire very philo-
sophically? Johnny's raUniph! It means that ha
was insured. Stray Stories.
Purchaser I say see how those knicker-
bockers have gone to pieces)
Tailor Perhaps sir ou sat down.
"Of courc I sat down."
"1 sold it to you as a walking suit sir-
only as a walking suit sir!.' Judy.
Told you so. In one night cured. St. Ja-
cobs Oil masters Lumbago.
A vaitress should always wear a fetching
costume. Chicago Daily News.
Any trouble acute or chronic of man or
woman ppccdily cured bv the original
Electro-Cheinio System. Write to-day to
Drs. Frniu Hyde Park Chicago 111. for free
Hicks "Just saw Hotley. Had been to
the doctor's. Doctor tells him he is looking
himself ngitin." Wicks "Is he really ns bad
as that? Poor fellow!" Boston Transcript.
Since the discovery and introduction of
Dr. MoJJM's TEErill.NA (Tulhilig lwden)
ths death rate of small children has largely
decreased Teethina Aids Digestion Regu-
lates the Bowels and makes teething easy.
Faller must navcr be too particular 'bout
lies cookin' ven hae cs ferst married. Yust
tak som' gut medicecn for dispepsya on te
quiet an' say noting. Denver 'I imes-Sun.
To Cnre a Cold In Oat Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.. All
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
Trip "Between a beautiful woman and a
rich woman which would you prefer?"
Grip "Thr second first." Town Topics.
Don't Neglect a Cough.
Take Some Hale'l
Houev of Horehound nnd Tar instanter.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
Mrs. Styles "Have you heard of any fall
openings yet?" Mr. Styles "Well yes;
tlicie's Vesuvius." Yonkcrs Statesman.'
Sec there. A bad sprain cured; and St.
Jacobs Oil cured it.
It is harder work to neglect work you
should perform than it is to do it. Atchison
Piso's Cure for Consumption lias saved me
many a doctor's bill. S. F. Hardy Hop-
kins Place Baltimore Md. Dec. 2 '04.
For every mistake of your own that you
notice you make a dozen that you are never
aware of. Atchison Globe.
Gratifying Letters to Mrs. Pink-
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Mrs. E. WooLniBKR
Mills Neb. writes:
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(sold my blood was turning to water. I
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E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound
and it helped mo right away; menses
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I havobetter health. than I have had for
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Mrs. Geo. Leacii
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THE DAT OF
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