Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 27, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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Hro In tho United
.average nearly $11.
Bf forciirn Itntiitirrimtk
In Juno wns !l7.fiiio. m
uublo Hint of June llis.
inn who wnnts to iro to
3hcs that n public siilo bu
Jiomitintlon bo knocked
kid will mnko nn nt-
Alnunma which wan
ht of Franco by thu
mo civil war.
lincnt Iiiih irlven nn
Sclitno guns of a new
"powerful In tho posses-
vurtimont. They nroonc-
If In it nn explosive shell.
ISO Hhoth a uiliiute. It b
Inn put Ml shots Into Hit
nil nt half n mile In
Tot Threo Oaks. Mich..
caution whleh Ailmlnil
sin Mnnllu for the Maine
hind. The ciiiinon wus to
the city or village making
contribution In proportion
Jon. Three Oaks with n
from noil to 100(1 people
representing more tlmn
Is wcro recently mnde Ia the
rtment In regard to the grave
Haul .loii'; thu great nuvnl
blutloiiary days who died In
m 1782. lie wiih burled there
tell covcrament. but It an-
the present location of his
known. Out! Ihlnir estali-
Fthu ItHiulrles Ik Unit .lolm
fl was not burled In the ci'ini-
nero thu remains of Lafnvnttn
. nn linn been sutinoxcd hv stum urn.
Tile mill it In Ititlmnteil Hint I In. 1im.u
of thU distinguished Amerlcnn patriot
vcro finally thrown into the potter's
JAuk.h K. Kki.I.V u passenger mi the
liiiunidn whleh recently arrived nt
Seattle Wash. ostlmntcs that there
lire nt SL Michael's between mm ami
:i00 strange prospectors who do not
know whero their next men! Is coming
froim Tho government station on tlie
Island Is besieged with nppenls for aid
and HtcnuiHhlp companies can obtain
any number of men for any kind of
labor to work their passage down.
Thin state of affairs will probably con-
tinue nil summer as rude Improvised
craft- from vnrlous river points drift
Into thu harbor every tiny laden with
Am session of a sub-eoinmlttee of
thu United States Industrial commis-
sion ut Hostou tho other ilay llobcrt
Ashe of Sojncrvlllo Mass. 'testllled.
llo took for IiIh subject "The power
possessed nnd exercised by thu supremo
court of tho United Htntrs In whleh tho
courts may set nsldo legislation duly
enacted by tho representatives of the
people." Mr. Asho lield that an ex-
amination of tho constitution fnlled to
find a single word conferring such
power on the supremo court ami said
thnt so long as the xnvcr was ms-
sussed by the court there wns no poptt-
In the royal hospital of Kiel !er-
iniiny tho other day n patient lay
upon tho operating table and plneldly
read tho tnurulug paper whllu surgeons
cut oir Ills leg at the thigh llo had
been rendered Inenpablu of feeling
pain by n new method which while
leaving tho patient's mind perfectly
clear entirely abolishes the sensation
of pain. This was accomplished by In-
jecting a very small amount of solu-
tion of cocaine Into tho sac surround-
ing thu spinal cord. Dr. Leonard .1.
Corning of New York Is thodlseoverer
of this new method of producing In-
bcuslbility to pain.
A.N offer from n firm of ship brokers
doing n Inrge foreign business to pur-
chase tho ltclnii Mercedes nnd nuy and
nil of the otherwar craft captured dur-
ing tho late war has aroused a suspicion
thnt Spain Is trying to obtain posses-
ion of tho vessels nnd thus remove tlo
offense to Spanish pride caused by tho
floating of thu American Hag over her
tdilps. Tho navy department will not
cll any of these vessels. Secretary
Long has decided that It would not pay
to renovate tho Mercedes and usu her
as a warship but sho will be kept as n
allow ship to gratify the patriotism of
the Amerlcnn people.
AN "Ilitornntlonal Drink Inhibition"
Is to Ih! held In New York In Decem-
ber In thu I! rand Central palace on
the east hide which Is In tho heart of
tho browery nnd distillery district of
Uotliam. Tho allied liquor manufac-
turing trades of tho United States
Canada and Mexico will bo behind thu
hhow nnd tho visitor will learn some-
thing nbout all tho drinks that are
popular In those countries. All the
processes of tho big breweries will lie
shown and every kind of beverage
from ginger pop to the costliest and
rarest wines will bo displayed analyt-
ically and Industrially.
Uomk Interesting features about tho
I'oHh exposition of 1000 have been an-
nounced by thu United Htntes commit-
tee to the fair. The American Federa-
tion ai Lnlior is to have an exhibit of
tho history modus of organisation and
alma and work of American trades
unions. There will bu n building 400
foot high which will splu nrouug like
n top at a rntu of threo miles no hour.
It. K. Sherman of Chicago will ox-
hlblt'n glgautlo umbrella over U.V1 foot
high. Oil. each rib of thu structure
will bu suspended n caV which will
convey passengers from (lie ground to
the top of the umbrella and back.
Tjik New York World says that tho
little town of Lincoln N .1. having
taken breath nfter tho llntt great effort
which resulted In c bonrd of women
aldermen U now thinking scrloiuly of
huvlng- n woman mayor. Tlieru is n
good reason for this. It Is that the In-
liubltnnts of Lincoln have found their
council of women great malingers who
have made thu town a thoroughly up-to-date
place. In two years tho women
liavo scoured for thu town nil modern
Improvements. Tho streets are pnved
and sewered elr.cttlo Hgl'tlng Imn been
installed and electric car connect Lin-
Mlu with the big cities of New Jersey.
The Famous Agnostic and Oratoi
Dies Suddenly of Apoplexy at
His Summer Home.
A SHORT SKETCH OF HIS CAREER
Mr. lnRrrmill I'riiellrr.l Mir nnd Knrlf
Until i:iirrnliin to thu llvrntlml llnr-
trine for Which lln llirntne Wlitalr
Kntimi-Hle Hprerli Nmnlimttnir llUInn
Marie Illi Itrputitthiiintnn Orator.
Now York .Inly SB. -Itobcrt U. In-
gcrsoll died ul his homo in Dobbs
Ferry.N.Y. yesterday afternoon of npo-
plexy. lie went to his summer homo
in Dobbs Ferry two days ago appar-
ently In good health. Shortly after
his arrival there lie complained of n
slight Indisposition llo spent tho
IIOIIIIItT (I. INOKIISni.l.
morning in his room and shortly be-
fore ho was stricken his wife offered
to havu his luncheon sent up to him so
thnt he would not have to walk down
stairs to tho dining room below.
He laughingly replied that while ho
did not feel iptlte as young as he used
to he guessed he was not yet an In-
valid and lie would go down with the
others. As he finished speaking and
was about to rise he fell buck Into his
chair. A physician was Immediately
Mliiiumiicd but when he reached thu
house he found that Mr. Ingersoll had
died almost Instantly. The physician
did not give the cause of death but
the family believe it was duo to apo-
plexy. Mr. Ingersoll's wife and two
.laughters were with him when he died.
a suolir siii.rcii in- ins c.lii:i:u.
Mr InciTMill mis Imni In Onel.lii emuily. N.
V Auuiist II IMI. Hewn In Hip imiiIii m'II-
Miinitril With Ills lirntlier CIhiii he Im-lmui
i lie print Ire of I.i n nt MmMiieclmrn. III. Curl v
n liltriin-er liciJiiH'cuiircssliiiiUitliclic relit ul
lnt-trlncs for which he lieonmp fiimon. In ls.17
ihn lirnthiTN ii.iini'.ltii IVnrln. Ill whore I hey
-tiiitlnu.il their irnfesliiti lonclhcr tor 22 jears
Ailh incut success In Isrtl HolN-rl Jolmil tho
Jtilou iirmr itritl mis utierunnl nttoriiey ceiierul
)f llllnnls In Mi iitul n imiiiil to Washington
mil since then ilctntcil IiIh tliui' In law priii'llcr
nut puhllr h'cturlni;. Mr luifi-rsoll's rcpntii-
.Ion for uriilnry Ihtiiii hIIIi IiIssjhs'iIi iioiiiU
liiUiik'.lnnii's II 111. ilni' us it riinillil.itii for llic
lirrslih'ticy lit the iiiillouiil repiilillcuti cotii m
ilcili held nt Clncluiiiitl In I HTM.
slrrrl Cnr SI ride In ('levelxnil l.nuln to
llonili ThrmrliiK iiikI Wliolemile
lli'ilrui'lleii of rrnperljr.
Cleveland. (). duly JJ. A dynamite
bomb was thrown upon the roof of tho
lllg Consolidated Street Itnilwny com
pany's imrn at l.auevlew nt tlireo
j'eloek this morning. A Jugged hole
two feel square was torn In the roof.
A ear which stood directly beneath
the hole wiih wrecked the roof being
lorn off. The wildest incitement pre-
vailed among the men In the burn.
The explosion was heard for blocks
mill hundreds of people were attracted
to thu scene. No one was Injured. It
Is not known who threw the bomb.
Many of the windows In the
lilg barn were shattered. The
shock was such as to cause
the ground to tremble and It seemed
for n few moments as though the barn
Itself would fall ll was not until late
this morning that the iiiitueiiso amount
of minor damage done by mobs under
thu cover of night was known at police
heaihUiirters. Hardly a street tra-
versed by lllg Consolidated Hues es-
caped. Crowds were destroying the
trolley wires and placing all kinds of
obstructions upon the tracks. Police
Director Ilarrett staled that troops
would doubtless be called out soon to
suppress mob violence.
SIX ITAUANS LYNCHED.
An Ilallnu HlinoU ut mi .tmerlraii anil a
Mob Hiring! Illm Up Tortlur With
New Orleans duly tt2 A special dis-
patch from Tallulali l.n. says six Ital-
ians were lynched there last night.
Yesterday Dr. Hodges n prominent
physician of Tallulali itinrrcled with
nn Italian. Tho latter wounded the
physician with a shotgun. The shoot-
ing created Intense excitement. A mob
immediately rounded up the would-be
assassin and five of his friendf strung
them all to trees and then tilled their
bodies with buckshot.
I'rof. Ijorkuromt Muy (let II.
Manhattan Kau. duly UJ. It Is re-
ported that tho board of regents of thu
state agricultural college will offer thu
presidency of tho Institution to I'rof.
l.ockwood who holds tho chair of liter-
ature and liistory nt Mount Union col-
lege Ohio. I'rof. Lockwood Is a sou of
Itev. Dr. l.ockwood of Kallna. I'rof.
I.oeltwood It is understood has been
recommended especially by (lov. Stan-
ley and Congressman Itccdcr.
YnuiiB Woman Killed In n Iliinnwuy.
Dexter Mo. July aa. A wngon eon-
lulnlng soven persons wns overturned
In n ruunwny near here and Mrs. C. II.
Smith aged U2 yenrs sustained In-
juiles from which sho died. Two
hables sustained hflihcu arms and thu
ithcra in tho wagon weru also Injured.
I.illiilirr In Ha .guinreit.
Houston Te.. .Inly JJ.-Tliero Is to
bo another advance In thu price of
lumber shortly. The iimnufacturcrH
met nt llcaumoiit yesterday mid du-
ohlcd that $1 a thousand would not cut
ulf tho heavy demand to any great ex-
tent. Thu price has been raised 8T.G0
a thousand In less than n year.
Morn Hlrlker Ht Weir City.
Weir City Kim. duly ). Mora tlinn
1 00 miners working for the J. II Uur-
Itce Coal 'company hero voted to suv
pand operations became thu company
Is nelllng coal to the Central Coal &
IT WA8 HER 80M.
(Irnrgln Woman Who Hail OfTerril n Ret
ward for n Murderer IVnt Horrified
When Ih Arrett Was Made.
p '. ; i 1
Atlanta (In. July S'J. Tho niiprrmo
rourt handed down a1 decision In the
cane against 'Mrs. Hnrnh Campbell In
which tho defendant Is ordered to pay
a reward for tho npprchcnslon of her
son as his brother's murderer. Tho
story begins with thu murder of Wil-
liam C. Campbell tho elder son of Mrs.
Campbell. Mrs. Campbell was asked If
kho would guarantee tho payment of a
reward for tb murderer. She says A.
L. Mercer and others told her tho
real murderer was n negro who
had quarreled with her son. Mrs.
Campbell signed her name to
tho pnper offering tho ruward and
guaranteeing Its payment. When tho
arrest was made Mrs. Campbell was
horrified to find that It was her only
son dames M. Campbell. She then re-
sisted the payment of the reward say-
ing thnt she had been deceived believ-
ing thnt the murderer was a negro
lint Hie question of law and fuel was
stronger than sympathetic appeal nnd
the supremo court alllrincil tho decision
of thu lower court. Mrs. Camplsdl
having lost Ixith sons will be com-
pelled to pay tho reward whleh secured
the conviction of tin fratricide.
AQAIN IN THE TOILS.
Clyde Mnlliii the Notorious Oklahoma
llullnw l.'apliirrd lit Irft AiirMf I'm-
iter mi Aumimril Name.
Los Angeles Cnl. duly '."J. Clyde
MnttoK tho notorious Oklahoma des-
perado was arrested hero yesterday
under tho name of Frank dimes. I In
Is wanted at Newklrk Ok. for tho mur-
der of Lincoln Swlniiey a ranchman
In a barroom light at I'ouca City on the
night of April II Inst. The tip on
which MattiiN was arrested enmo from
Sheriff Pierce of Newklrk who tel-
egraphed that Mrs. Hatch Clyde's
mother had expressed a valise to
Frank dimes at l)s Angeles. Clyde
called for the valise and was arrested
lie admits his Identity and says he
will return to Oklahoma without a re-
quisition llo declares that ho will
have no trouble in clearing himself of
the- murder of Swlnney which ho
alleges was committed in self-defense.
Monument to limit Kama Kiildlpm.
Independence Kan. duly aa. The
annual Montgomery county old settlers'
reunion will be held nt Cherry vnle Au-
gust ai to ail and extensive prepara-
tions are being made to entertain a
large crowd. The movement started
some time ago by the (iriinil Army
posts all over the country to erect a
monument or a memorial tablet on the
courthouse square here in honor of tho
members of company (I Twentieth
Kansas who have been killed In the
Philippines will bo perfected at the
reunion and definite arrangements
made for tho erection of this monu-
ment. Would Kemilimlt Hie Federal Cnnillliitlon.
Topeka Kan. duly aj. A letter wos
received at the gnwrniir's ofilei! from
D. II. Hardy secretary of state of
Tc.mis. He enclosed a concurrent res-
olution adopted by the legislature and
appi oved .lime ail in favor of re-
submitting the federal constitu-
tion to n tilled vote of the states. It
Is necessary that three-fourths of the
states must vote In favor of such a re-
submission and the letter accompany-
ing the resolution urges I lov. Stanley
to use IiIh lulliienee to have the next
Kansas legislature make a similar de-
claration. Opportunity Offered fur "llltlne lleallnir."
Cleveland O... I uly aa. -The twelfth
annual convention of Hie National
Christian and Missionary alliance
opened at lleulah park east of the city
to-day and will last ten days. I'ully
I.IIIMI people from all sections of Un-
ci mu try will be quartered at the camp
grounds. K.verclses will lie conducted
under the direction of National Presi-
dent A. II. Simpson. It Is aiiliouueed
that the usual opportunities for "di-
vine healing" will bo offered tills
He Wu In I'onr llriillli.
Olathe Kan. duly a-J. Herbert Den-
ude for several years bookkeeper in
the stock yaids of Kansas City shot
himself through the heart nt tho beau-
tiful home of his father W. II. Denude
adjoining this city. He was 27 years
old and one of the most pleasant and
affable young men ever known In this
city and surrounded by a family pros-
perous mid happy. Poor health 'caused
him to take his life.
L'u-Oprriilliti IliinU u Failure.
New York duly aa.- A lively meet-
ing of the shareholders of tho Mercan-
tile Co-Opcratlvc bank revealed the
fact that a deficit of nearly 100000 ex-
ists. Tho revelations were greeted
with hoots nnd hisses. Tho bank wns
founded In IhUO. Tho depositors were
known as shareholders. Charges and
counter-charges of ' mismanagement
and fraud are made by officers and di-
rectors. Tald inn.lllio for Cattle.
Muscogee I. T. duly aa. W. II. den-
litis of Texas purchased from Messrs.
II. II. Spauldlug Clarence W. Turner
nnd D. II. Mlddlclon of Muscogee
P.'.OOO head of beef entile the price paid
being 84n0000 This Is the largest cat-
tle transaction inudo this year In tho
Indian territory. Tho cattle are being
held nnd fed lit tho Creek nation for
shipment to market this fall
The Hour Fell on Ilia Men.
dopllu Mo. July aa. A falling
roof In tho Kthel K. mine hurled two
miners this morning. A third was par-
tially burled. Cal Jarvls and C. (liilnn
wcro smothered to death. Frank Cole-
ineycr wns seriously Injured. Heavy
mills caused thu dirt to break loose
A Itoiihle liieeiitlim til Take I'larr.
Muscogee I. T. duly aa. -Cyrus A.
Drown formerly of Sallun Kan. was
yesterday sentenced by dudgo Thomas
to bo executed hero on August an for
killing Daniel Cuthbert near Webber
Falls I. T. Matthew Craig is also sen-
tenced to be executed hero on Augmt
AkuIiiiiIiIo rrepiirlUK fur 1'n.
Manila .Inly 2a. The steamship Sa-
luriius lias returned from Aparri and
reports that Agtiluahlu hearing that
the Inhabitants were prepared lo wel-
come thu Americans If they should
come concentrated '.'000 troops there
and fortified tho town nnd coast ap-
Can Itiinuliiff In llrooklyn.
New York duly' M. Tito situation
of tho llrooklyn strike Is such its to
give the Itapld Transit company much
encouragement lly Investigation It
wns found that fully 00 per cent of the
cars are running on most of the line
Michigan's Governor Accuses Presi
ident McKlnley of Cowardice in
Dealing With the Secretary.
BOLD STATEMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR
Urn. AlRer'a Karrlflre Canned hy the III-
inanila of New York I'liUUf-lan nnd the
Mecrelnry'a Frank llrrtnrallnn iif Oppo-
Itlon tiiTruila-MlrlilBan I'enple Called
I'pnn In I'rnlrit Aaalmt the Injnallre.
Detroit Mich. duly 22.-(lov. Fili-
gree gavo to tho Associated press n pre-
pared signed Interview to-ilny contain-
ing what the governor asserts to be
"facts which nre absolutely reliable
bearing upon tho relations between
lien. Alger and President McKlnley
with which tho public Is not familiar."
At thu outset the governor says: "I have
no hesitation In saying that the course
pursued by the tircsldeulin this matter
is little less than cowardly. It is to
say the least very unmanly." (lov. Pin-
grco said his Information did not come
from (ten. Alger but from "one whose
knowledge of the facts cannot bu dis-
puted." Proceed lug he says that re-
peatedly since the eastern newspapers
began their attack upon Secretary Al-
ger Ihe secretary informed the presi-
dent thnt if these press comments em-
barrassed thu administration in the
slightest degree he would resign nt
once out the president nsoftcu protest-
ed emphatically that ho hnd tho ut-
most confidence In Secretary Alger
and his conduct of the war department
and that tho country could not afford
to lose Ids services. The governor
says that at the time his "alleged alli-
ance" with Hen. Alger was announced
and before his disavowal of interviews
criticising tho president hnd renched
Washington lien. Alger hnd told the
president that upon the president's
slightest Intimation he would resign
but thopresident refused lo entertain
the Idea for a moment.
(lov. Plngrce states thnt Mr. Ilobart
was finally prevailed upon by Attorney
(iencral Hrlggs to convey to the secre-
tary that his resignation was desired
"and gave my alleged alliance with the
secretary as a pretext." Commenting
upon tho whole matter tho governor
says that Hen. Alger's "sncrllleu" was
compelled by the demands of New-
York politicians backed by the "un-
scrupulous and heartless press."
He predicts that It will be
learned "that the president himself
has been responsible for whatever mis-
takes have been made in conducting
the war." He adds: "I am told upon
the ery best authority that (Sen. Alger
made very few appointments of ollleers
during the war and that the commis-
sions were Issued almost entirely upon
the orders of the president."
The governor alleges that the more
recent attacks upon Alger In the east
were caused by his frank declaration of
opposition to trusts and lie adds
"there Is n decided odor of trusts
around the present administration
with Mark llanna as the acknowledged
'king maker.' " In conclusion the gov-
ernor calls upon Michigan people and
newspapers to protest against the In-
justice done the state's foremost rep-
resentative In public life.
MORE FILIPINOS KILLED.
In ii Hull - In Nrcro. Inland a llclnili-
incut of 70 Anii-rlciim Kilted 1 1.1
of the Turin).
Manila duly 22. News has been re-
ceived here from Hen. Smith at Hollo
island of Pauay of a severe tight at
llobotig between ('apt. llyrne of the
.Sixteenth Infantry with 7(1 men and a
force of I.V) llabayloues who surprised
the American troops. One hundred
and fifteen of the enemy were killed
as is shown by actual count many
were wounded and one was taken
prisoner. Tho American loss was one
man killed and one wounded. The
lighting was mostly at close quarters
with bayonets and clubbed guns. A
considerable stock of supplies and arms
lias been captured by ('apt. llyrne who
Is In command of the battalion operat-
ing at La Carlota in the district of
Hark nt Work AkiiIii.
Kansas City Mo. July !'. Tlin 1(10(1
employes of thu Schwfir.schlhl t Sulz-
berger Packing company who have
been out for the past week were all
In their places nt seven o'clock thin
morning mid work at thu big plant way
begun as if nothing had hnppeued.
Tho timekeepers made their roitiub
with copies of tho new agreement and
those who had not already signed did
Thursday' llavliall damn.
At Washington Wiishlnutoii I Cleii'lainl II
AI New York New York I. Chlruiai I.
At llrooklyn llrookliii V. I'lttsliuriili t.
AI Ptdlnitrlplilii l-oul-WIIr 1. Philadelphia 3
At llaltlmorn I'liirlnnntl f Ihilllmote 4.
At Huston--St. Iiuls 3 llostnn -.'.
AtlndlunuimlU liiilhiniinlM Kniikasdlyt
At Detroit Detroit d. Mllnnuk(-n
At St. I'uul -St. IMulS llufMloS.
At (IramlHtiplils tlrunil Itaplds If. Mlnnciip.
Kantaa I'liynlilan Arrenteil
Topeka Kan. duly Sj.--I)r. II. It.
Ilriekblll of Dwlght Kan. was ur-
tested hero on tho charge of adultery.
It is charged that while his wife wiih
sick nnd unable to care for herself
Ilriekblll left Dwlght with another
womnii nnd the two traveled together
us man nnd wife.
Cannon Kurapra with a I'lne.
Sail l.aku City duly aa.-dudgo .Mor-
rill Imposed a lino of 8100 upon Angus
M. Cannon thu defendant having
pleaded guilty to tho charge of unlaw
ratal llipltulnii nn n Torpedo Houl.
Loudon July aa. An explosion on
hoard tho torpedo boat destroyer Hull-
finch on the Solent hern to-day during
her trial killed seven and injured tl of
those on Isiiird.
Hffrc.hiiii: MkIiI in Jiailrlil.
Miidild duly aa. This was tho queen
regent's birthday nnd thu city was
suitably deeoratcd. Stars ami stripes
were displayed at thu American lega-
tion for thu first time since thu war.
An riiRllth I'.leclrlr I'liint Homed.
London duly a-.'. Thu Western Dice-
trio Cable company's establishment at
Woolwich was burned tills morning.
The loss In 2000(.
Arthur 11. Schucffcr (list lieutenant
company D Twenty-second Kansas
regiment has been appointed first lieu-
tenant In the now volunteer army Ilia
homo lit at Valley Fall-
A NKW ItAlLltOAD.
A Topckn (Kan) special rends ns
follows: Tho Itock Island nnd thu
Santn l-'o rnllwny companies jointly
will soon begin tho construction of a
new lino from Kiowa Kansas through
Oklahoma and tho Indian country to
l't. Smith Ark. a distance af 150 miles.
While the new mail will be owned
Jointly by the two big roads or by their
stockholders rather It will be operated
as n sejierato system.
The new lino will be known as the
Kiowa Chlckasha and Tort Smith Hall-
way Company. It was granted a char-
ier by the Kansas state charter board
Its capital stock is placed at g-'.OOO.OOO
and its director for the first year are:
M. A. Low A. A. Ilurd K. Wilder W.
Llttlcllehl and Alfred A. Scott. Mr.
Low represents the Hock Island Inter-
ests while the oilier four directors nro
Santa I-'u men. The deal was fixed up
In Chicago a few days ago nnd all tho
local Santa l'o men know about it is
that that company Is Interested and
they wcro notified to tako steps to se
cure n charter.
The charter Issued gives tho Kiowa
Chlckasha t Kort Smith Hallway Com-
pany tho right to operato a system of
railway telegraph and telephone be-
ginning at Kiowa Kas. thrnco south-
erly to thu Kansas state llnr thence
southeasterly through Wood and Itlalnc
counties O. 'J'. through the reserva-
tions of tho Wlchltas Caddos and allied
bauds of Indians the reservations of
the Klowas Comanchcs mid Apaches
passing through the town of Chlckasha
nnd penetrating tho Chickasaw nnd
Choctaw nations winding up at Fort
The opening of this line will bring
coal within easy reach of Western Kan-
sas Oklahoma nnd Texas and will
cheapen the price materially. Thu lino
will also run through a rich cattle and
farming country ami Its promoters be-
lieve it will bo a profitable Hue to thu
The surveyors wtll be sent out atoucu
to run u survey of the line and it is said
that work will be started on the road-
bed within slxly days.
The Itock Island lias also decided to
build two inoru branch lines in the ter-
ritory. One will run from Knid to
Tiiukawa a distance of fifty-one miles
nnd the other will run from Anadarko
to Port SHI thlrty-llvu miles. Anadar-
ko Is on the Chtchasha extension of the
Hock Island Just built to Mountain
View. The Santa l-'e Is building u lino
from Huuiiewcll toTonknwn.
DAHNKS ANNUAL HKPOHT.
(iovernor Humes lias commenced
work on his annual report to the secre-
tary of thu interior which he promises
this year will eclipse the two magnifi-
cent reports lie has already made. Sec-
retary Wenner Is gathering and com-
piling statistics and other information
nnd making selections of photograph;!
to illustrate the rciMirt and every ef-
fort possible Is being made to make tho
report complete ami accurate In evory
ilutnll. Tlie governor desires very
much to obtain more scenes of fruit
trees loaded with fruit loaded grape-
vines wheat fields in shock harvest-
ing and threshing scenes cotton and
com fields farm homes orchards etc.
nnd persons having such views should
send them In ut once. All views not
used in the rcNirt will bu returned
postpaid to the sender.
O K L A 1omTto VOKOl I A M A .
A Wichita special says: Large quan-
tities of cotton are being shipped
through here from southern Kansas
nnd Oklahoma over the Santa l-'c. The
cotton Is transferred at Newton and Is
then shipped direct to San Diego Cub
where it is loaded Into the Santa l-'o
line steamers mid taken to Yokohama.
A few days ago an extra brought eight
ran through. Train 418 had live cars
while train 422 had twenty cars. A
large per cent of tho Oklahoma cotton
is now shipped to Japan where it finds
u ready market at good prices. It com-
petes directly with cotton raised in In-
dia hut the American product has tho
best of the former.
DHOWNKD IN A LAHI) CAN.
The Carney Kutcrprlso says: About
the saddest accident iu thin community
for a long time occurred last week nt
the homo of William Wnkclcy south-
east of town about five miles. A little
girl 1 year old was out doors playing
and ncchleutly fell Into a lnrd can con-
taining eight or ten inches of wntcr
and was drowned before she was dis-
covered. The mother hnd seen her but
n few moments before nnd hnd just sat
down to sew on the machine.
UK tolTTthi: THIITH.
A traveling uur.i who has been
through Missouri Kansas nnd Nebras-
ka during thu past month told the
truth when he said "Oklahoma is tho
greatest farming country in the world
today. There Is more evidence of pros-
perity here than In any of thu exclu-
sive agricultural states. It will ccr-
tulnly make a wealthy country"
KIQHT-OIMVAY MONEY UP.
Tho Kunn's Oklahoma and Gulf rail-
road (the V r! 4o extension) to-day paid
into ihe territorial treasury tho sum of
705.03 tho ipprnlsed vuluo of tho
school lands condemned fur right-of-way
A F1HST CLASS CITY.
A recently completed census of Still-
Water gives tho town n population of
2300. A petition Is now being circu-
lated asking the governor for permis-
sion to lucorporutu as u city of tho
WASN'T THH TRAIN.
Fred Ferguson of Oklahoma City
the man supjiosed to havo been lilt by a
train has recovered mid ho says IiIh In-
juries were not caused by a train hx't
by two negro footpads who slugged
him and robbed him of 810.
DnOWKKD NBAU STltOUD.
Vf h. lllcliciibotham nged 00 yearn
tvns drowned In a high stream near
Stroud. Mr. and Mrs. Illckenbothain
ere driving and nttcmptcil to cross a
ully when the torrent turned the re-
All growing crops hnve been giently
lienelltcd by tho recent rains but In
some places where tho rnlns wcro
heaviest threshing and haymaking
weru slightly delayed. In some loca-
tions In tho south wheat sprouted In
thu shixik but the damage was slight.
Stacking and threshing tho big crop
of wheat Iiiih hern the principal work
of the week and the ylold already
threshed Ih generally as good or better
than tlie estimate. The damage to Into
wheat by rust was confined to narrow
limits nnd very few correspondents re-
port Inferior grade or quantity.
Com Is now generally iu almost per-
fect condition Most correspondents
believe early corn assured. June corn
Ih iu silk mid tassel. Only In Kingfish-
er county wiiero tlie rains wcro light
and com needs more moisture.
Conditions havo been favorable for
cotton and the crop Is In fine condition
and making excellent growth.
Minor crops fruits and egrtablcs
continue to do well and are making ex-
cel lent growth. Haymaking continues.
Plowing for fall wheat Is In progress.
stqki:ki:i;pku iikld pp.
A Perry special to tho Wichita Hagle
says: Another highway robber held up
a mnn and wife by the name of Wilson
about ten miles cast of this city one
night last week about dark. It seems
that Wilson who runs a little country
store enst of here was in his place of
business counting his receipts for the
day when he was aroused from his
pleasant reverie by the entrance of a
young fellow with a gun In his hand
who demanded tho money. It was
forthcoming. After this the robber
plaeed tho money about ?10 iu his
pocket marched Wilson and his wife
In front of him Into tlie public highway
In front of his store quietly untied his
horse from the fence told Wilson that
he would shoot him if he made line
outcry until the robber go to the cor
ner men mounted his horse and lied
SCHOOL IT'ND KKVKNTi:.
School Land Commissioner I'llsoii. of
Outhrle has been to Mountain View-
to arrange with thu managers of the
townslto company for a more equitable
distribution of the funds arising from
the iltsiMisul of building lots whereby
the school fund would derive a greater
revenue. The latest proposition to tho
company is the payment of a fixed
amount on each lot leased by the com-
pany a record of tho contracts to bo
maintained in the school land depart-
ment. The adoption of such n plan
would benefit the school fund to tho
extent of twelve or fifteen hundred
dollars in addition to the triennial tax
of five mills on the assessed valuation
of the lots.
SALT! NO CATTLJ:.
The Kenton News says: (Jus Slew-
art of Wlldle tailed to see us while in
town last week and while here gavo
us his Idea for salting cattle. He says
n'ways put thu salt on thu backs of thu
cattlu and not on the ground lly so
doing the salt works through the hair
and forces tho cattle to lick themselves
which keeps the hair nice ami glossy.
Should there bo any warbles in their
backs or vermin on them thu salt de-
stroys them on short notice. HeelalniH
that he has followed lids plan of salt-
ing for fifteen yeurs and always lutf
nleu healthy cattle.
CONNECTION HY PHONH.
The Missouri and Kansas Telephone
company have made the connection of
the Northern Oklahoma and the South-
ern Kansas circuits and It is now pos-
sible for the people of lluthriu to talk
with Wichita Newton Hutehlnsoiiaud
all Intervening towns and cities of Iho
circuit. The Northeastern Kansas cir-
cuit will be connected soon and then It
will be possible to talk with Kansas
City and Intervening points liuthrie
iu now connected with nearly every
jMiInt iu Oklahoma by telephone.
stkwaut" m." deckeh-s" HKCOKP.
Klewart M. Decker who was named
in the press dispatches as receiving a
lieutenant's commission iu the new vol-
unteer army was a practising attorney
In Guthrie n few years ago. At that
time ho possessed u remarkable physi-
que and was noted us an all-round
athelete. During tho last war he wan
captain of a company iu tlie Fourteenth
Perry llrnson of Choctaw City was
lodged In jail nt Oklahoma City on the
charge of stealing cattle. Henson had
stolen a cow from a citizen of Choctaw
nnd hnd placed it with u friend to keep
for him. Henson is a son of the old
man urrcstcd last week on the samif
A COTTON MILL COMPANY.
A cotton fabric mill rompnny hns
been orgnnlzed nt Oklahoma City for
tho purpose of locating a cotton mill at
K1SSINQ I1UQ IN OKLAHOMA.
Tho kissing bug has appeared in the
territory tho first case reported occur-
ing at Oklahoma City whero a small
boy was bitten on tho lip marked and
painful swelling resulting. The bite
Is very severe and Ih only a Joko to
thoso who havo not been uhllvtcd.
HAHU TO HEAT.
J. 11. Klmmey a Noble county fnrm-
cr who lives on tho Hhick Hear five
miles northeast of Perry raised 2300
bushels of wheat on seventy acres of
ground. Tho wheat tested 03 pounds
Tho Wichita Eaglo snys: I). H. Robin-
son president of tho St Louis nnd Sun
Francisco rnllrond Is authority for tho
statement thnt thu wheat crop of Ok-
lnliomn which Is being harvested will
amount to 40000000 bushels and that
tho cotton crop will aggregate 200000
DRANK FLY POISON.
A three-year-old sou of Harvey Illack
of Okcme drank tho liquid off a plate
of fly poison and died In great agony
from thu effects In splto of the efforts
ROLLED HIM IN A BARREL.
-lime I Proet WrTj
Lr-ohln bjr Una Who Inl-
"There's something bsrhsrlo about
lynching ost people will agree"
said the man with the broken note
"but I can easily name two won
things. One Is rolling a nian around
In a barrel and tha othtr Is a coat of
Ur nnd feathers. In my foolish young
days I arrived nt a town in southern In
dlsna to find tho people excited over
several arrests for robbery. A family
named Ulack eonstiting of man and
wlfo nnd n grown-up son had been
caught nnd mndo to confess lo many
thefts. Instead of putting them on
trial the people had determined to ap-
ply tnr and feathers and walk 'em out
of town. 1 hnd no objections so fax
aa the men were concerned but when
it came to the woman 1 constituted
myself her champion and declared thnl
they must walk otcr my dead body first
For about five minutes 1 was a hero
Then about a dozen men grabbed m
nnd hustled ma Into a loom nnd after
tho Mlacks hnd been dispatched of ac-
cording to programme I was brought
oij for punishment. Plenty of tar and
feathers were left but the crowd want-
ed a change nnd It was decided that 1
should have the barrel exercise. Thej
got out nnd unhended a big elder bar-
rel dropped mo Into it and replaced
the Lead nnd then all was ready.
"I wns Inclined to look upon the pro-
ceedings with contempt. I had never
been rolled In a barrel nnd so 1 hnd
no idea of thu sensations. They first
kicked It nlong the wldo unpaved street
nnd It had not rolled over more tlmn
20 times when I was sick of my job.
After they had enjoyed themselves for
a quarter of nn hour 1 was praying
for death to hurry up. I dimly remem-
ber that nf ler they got tired of the foot-
ball work In tho street they rolled the
barrel up a long hill and then let It go
kiting down. You nlk of seasickness;
but there Is no comparison. Aside
from tho feeling of nausea I was Jarred
Jolted anil bruised from head to heels
nntl In oua of the bumps lisd my nose
broken. I was Uhcontcious when they
finally took inc out and for a week I
was little better than a dend man. It
was weeks nnd weeks before I got the
revolving motion out of my head and
could walk straight nnd to this day I
can't sec n grindstone revolving with-
out being nITected by it. It would have
been far moro merciful to hang me up
by the neck."
"11 ut nbout tho tnr nnd festhers7"
"Well 1 met the old tnnn HUck nbout
two yenrs Inter nnd he still smelted of
tho tnr. He told me thnt it took n
weeks work with soap nnd water to get
the siult started and thnt spots wcro
left which couldn't he got off even
when rubbed with a brick lie didn't
feel the degradation so much but what
hurt his feelings was thnt he hnd been
obliged to put In more work on that tar
than In nil his life before. He hud tried
the barrel racket once and he thought
it a shade woree than tur but he had n
words of sympathy with me. On th
contrary he said If I hadn't mixed Is
the three of them would probably hart
got oft with a rldu ou n rail." Cblcsgi
In tew Ocean.
STRAWS OF FASHION.
Indicating- the Prevailing Winds
Cnelom Notes on Ladles'
Baby ribbon In blnck and white mixed
edges the ruffles on a white orgnndle
Flowered linen Inwn gowns trimmed
with wldo bands of blue veiling lined
with silk and matching the color In the
flowers and edged with black silk braid
nre the extreme of fashion In the way
of combination and novelty
Oolf jackets nre made of bright green
cloth with rcMTs collnr and cuffs of
A lsce bodice otcr white silk nnd
striped diagonally front nnd bock with
tucked bands of black taffeta silk Is
worn with a cream cloth skirt. Tho
bsnds meet Iu n hiIiiI in the middle of
Book muilln orgnndle nnd point
d'esprlt are the popular materials for
Bailor lints mnde of fancy braid and
finished with a band of blown or blue
velvet are very stylish.
Alpine hats of coarse straw with soft
twist of polkn dotted silk gauze or taf-
feta silk around the crown and soma
stiff white quills at the side are worn
with pique skirts.
Black Chuittllly In nppllqut designs
decorates some of the white organdie
Dainty lawn waists In pale blue and
pink have a white gimp of tucktd lawn
und laca liisertlon which also forms
the top of the sleeve.
Old-fashioned tatting Is coming In
again to b used as an edge for silk
plaltings on the much-trimmed gowns.
Pale blue velvet bnby ribbon gath-
ered on one edge and sewn In rows
around a white chiffon collar and the
tipper portion of the chiffon vest Is a
very dainty bit of color in the bodice
of a black and white foulard. Of course
the rows are fully a third of an inch
apart which gives a pretty effect.
Home influence is the most Impor-
tant factor In the education of a child
The constant imperceptible pressure
exerted by the ways In whleh the
rents of the dally life art mat molds
hua as nothing else can do. According
to the standard that he finds prevailing
In his homo will be his standard of
right and wrong as he grows older It
has been well said thnt "Every homo
Is a mint for the coining of character"
and character affects our destinies
bothherennd hereafter. Ladles' Homo
" Uneasy Lies the Head
That Wears a Crown'
Bat such are not the onh uneasy he Js.
Overworked harassed anxious people
of tl ges nd both sexes are vnetsy
with itches pxtns impure blood dis-
ordered stomtchs deranged kidneys And
liver. For All such Hood's SarstparilU
Is the effective And faultless cure. It
Infuses fresh lift ihrtninh mtrtflrAUlnnA.
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