The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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OKARCHE, CANADIAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY JANUARY 27, 1911
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\ L. G. WOLFF, M. D. 1
KANSAS- OKLAHOMA FAIRS.
Dates for 1911 Meeting Fixed by the
Oklahoma City, Okla.—The dates ol
the fairs' to be held during the 1911
season were arranged at the session
of the Kansas-Oklahoma circuit of
fair associations held in this city. The
Oklahoma City fair will continue for
ttvo weeks, beginning on September
25. About thirty representatives of
he members of the circuit were prei-
The new board is composed of P. H.
Albright, of Winfield, Kan.; William
Henson, of Eldorado, Kan.; -J. I,. Pan-
coast and Ed. I,. Peckham, of Black
well; H. L. Thompson, of Sylvia,
Kan ; L. G. Jennings of Anthony,
Kan ; G. H. Welser of Eureka, Kan.;
Cbas. Mosiacher, of Wichita, Kan.,
and T. S. Mahan of Oklahoma City.
The dates arranged for the differ
ent associations are as follows:
For the week beginning July 10--
Council Grove, Kan.
August 17—Anthony, Kan.
August 14—Pratt, Kan.
August 21—Wichita, Kan
August 21—Eldorado and Tola, Kan
September 4—Eureka and McPker-
September 11—Howard and Topeka,
September 18—Hutchinson, Kan.
September 25—Winfield. Kan , and
October 2—Oklahoma City and Paw.
October 9—Mskogee and Tulsa.
The next annual meeting will bn
held in Anthony, Kan., January 16 and
Charles Mosbartaer of Wichita, Knn,
was elected president of the associa-
tion, Cbas Welser of Eureka, Kan.,
vice president, and Ed. I,. Teed of
Hutchinson, Kan., secretary and treas-
W. H. Knight, secretary of the
American Trotting association of Chi-
sago, was a guest of the meeting.
MUCH RAILWAY COSTS
OKLAHOMA TAKES THE FIR81
Plan Is Meeting State Wide Approval
Proposed Road Will Tap Terri-
tory Which Now Lacks
Railroad Charter Amended.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—An amended
charter has been issued by the secre-
tary of state to the Kansas. .Oklahoma
and Panama Railroad company, with
$1,000,000 capital, giving it a right to
issue .<100,000 of preferred stock and
adding two new counties. Carter and
Stephens, to the list of those through
which ♦he line is to run. Two lines
are proposed by the company, one
starting ,n Beaver or Harper county,
and running southwest to point on the
Texas lino in Ixive county, the other
starting in Beckham, Washita or Kio-
wa cou tty and running east to Okla
homa City. The incorporators are
Richard W. Ruffin of Hamilton, O.;
K. A Mosher of Port, Okla.. and John
\p. Hu Mars of Oklahoma City. Judge
1 ’ifftp. who was here, , ,i,«h that con
Rtruction work has begun on ti»e Bea
ver county end.
Damage Case Starts.
Ohickarha, Okla.— J.j in-7 on his cot
<n the court room, Ross Brooker, the
dsiryjnan who is Buing the Rock I>
land for, $ 15,000, testified that he was
a strong and able-bodied man before
the a« cklev4 that occurred August 26,
1910, when his dairy wagon wig struck
by a swltoh engine at & crowing in the
city of Chickasha.
Rehearing Is Granted.
Wan.eum, Okla.—Rehearing of the ,
case in which William Morris is charg
ed will, a statutory offense avalnst his
two dnurhtprB, one aged 12 and tho
other uged 15, will be had at the July
term of*court. Morris wa:. sertenoed
Lo serve forty years in the penit ntiary
but secured a new trial. The jury fail-
ed to agree in the new new ♦ ini
Dalton Facing Federal Charge.
^ , Guthrie, Okla.—J. I. Burns, a federal
’liquor inspector, arrested “11111" Dal
ton, a cousin of the former D ilton out
laws, on a charge of ir whisky to
Dsnpe Indians. The arre i occurred
W'hlle Dalton and six Osage bucks
were in his place of businesDalton
has bocr several time, ,*rr'sted and
was once pardoned by Governor Has
kell after being convicted on a boot-
Thomas Is Acquitted.
Woodward, Okla.—A Jury in the
district court brought In n verdict of
acquittal in th» case In w! i^h Rosen©
Thom i: v .i: aecused of kilims (i L.
Jam. rl on T*f*ri
killed vs’ ilc trying to wr t from his
Hand .• • ' oil and lomV ’
Oklahoma City, Okla.—With the ob
jeet of learning the cost of railroad
construction, the Oklahoma Slate Cor
Deration Commission has ordered all
-team railroads in this state to lib
statement of costs and expense. Till-
idion on the part of the commission
is taken as a part of a proposed plan
Tor the state to build* a line of rail
way extending from the southeast to
he north western section of t lie state.
A joint meeting of the public service
•orporation committees of the house
ltd senate was held one night recent
iy, lasting until midnight. The propos
■d state railway formed the princlpr.l
It is estimated that a bond issue of
$10,000,000 will he required to build »
line approximately 425 mile* In length
through ('lmirroa, Beaver, Texas, Ha
per, Kills, Woodward. Dewey, Blaine
‘Canadian and Oklahoma counties,
thence southeast through Cleveland
Pqttowntomie, Pontotoc, Coal, Atoka,
Puahmataha and McCurtaln counties
The question of securing a railroad
Rue through the untapped northwest
ein section of Oklahoma has proved a
bugbear to the business Interests of
t he state. Rvery appeal to the rail
roads has been inet with the reply
that there will be no new construction
undertaken until the constitution of
the state Is amended. The voters of
Oklahoma have twice refused to re-
peal section 9 of article 9 of the con
- titution, which prevents one railroad
corporation from acquiring the stock
The* plan for the state to build it*
own railroad is .meeting with general
approval throughout the state, the
various labor, farmers’ and cpmmer
eial orgar.Ldticns telegraphing their
endorsements of the idea. It is under
stood that the work of drafting a bill
either to be initiated or passed by the
present legislature has been coni
New State’? Cash.
52."),*162 in the amount of rash in the
state treasury from November 20,
1910, to January 9, 1911, when James
• V Menefee turned the offic e or • r<
Robert Dunlop is shown by tho reports |
from that office. The state treasury
proper contained $054,629 on Novem-*]
bor 20, against $569,367 on January 9.
The decrease is accounted for largely
by tho cal! for warrants on November j
24. State Treasurer Menefee also
turned over in addition to the regular
treasury KMin.o the acsli in the da-
po.-dtors’ guaranty fund, approximately ,
$78,000, and the funding account, also ,
carried separately, of $104,000, making
tho total amount transferred $741,000.
W. S. Cade U. S. Mancha!.
Washington. D. C.—President Taft
today sent to the senate the nomina-
tion of William S. Cade of Oklahoma,
as United states marshal for the West-
ern district of Oklahoma, fade will |
succeed “Wolf Catcher" Jack Aimer*
naty, who recently resigned whilo a I
hearing of cl tip » against him was Is
Phone No. 1.
The Corner Drug Store
GEO. E. McCOY
The First Bank
With Total Resource* of More Than a
QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS
Is in a position to take care of all legit-
imate business offered them. If you have
any surplus funds deposit them with us.
If you want a loan see us for terms..........
FIRST BANK OF OKARCHE
UNDER STATE SUPERVISION
A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD COUNTRY.
Matthews Accepts Appointment
Mtus, Okla I. Frank Matthew* ha,
been appointed chairman of the board
of public affairs by Governor Cruce
and will accept the position and has '
so wired the governor. Mr. Matthews
has a lucrative law practice both hers
and at Mangum.
Riot Charged to Wanette Youths.
Shawnee, Okla—Pearl, Cal and.
John Tally, of Wanet'a, were nrtested
charged with rioting. John King is
llic complaining wltniss King charge,
that the Toby hoys, having a grudge '
against him, lay in wait for hint, arm- |
1 (1 with shotgun, a polo and an ax.
and threntr-iert to take his life Wit- i
nesses, of whom there were many. I
stale thnt c they passed th pi ee
where the Tolu boys were waiting,
they were warned to hurry along if i
they didn't »ant to see a killink, a; j
111 o\- were going to “get John Kill?."
Enid Chosen by Baptist College.
Until Okla —As a result of long c-
gotiatinns between the Enid I'htunber j
f Commerce nnd the board of trus* I
t . s of the Haptlst coilep it h r !
announced t! at an agreement ha- 1
Can be found at
The Okarche Drug Store
Velvetina Vanishing Cream
Velvetina Massage Cream t
Velvetina Hair Tonic.
Velvetina Fate Powder
Velvetina Complexion Soap
We are the exclusive agents for these (roods, and they
have tin established retaliation. (live them a trial.
J. W. SONGSTER
New York.—The cotton market wai
very quiet today but prices rulot1
steady on scattered covering until ai
ter the census report with the clo. e ;t‘
a net advance of 2 to 5 points.
The market opened steady at un
changed prices to an advance of one
point, which was about in line with the
cable?, and showed very little activity
during tlie morning. Prices held v
point or two over the closing figures
nt last night until Just before the close
when the demand became a little more
active, probably reflecting a little
spurt of covering and the rather small
estimation for Monday’s receipts nt
leading points. It appeared there was
considerable confusion of opinion as
to the probable showing of the census
report next .Monday which may effect
estimates of the total commercial crop
to the extent of 300,000 or 400,000 bales
Private estimates as to the begin
ning for the last period ranged fron
about 125,000 to 200,000 bales with ar
average view probably around 170.000
Uncertainty as to the official showing
probably contributed to the lack ol
general business today and it alsc
ieeme<f that recent small buyers were
inclined to take profits owing to th*
failure of Liverpool to make a flrnnoi
showing following the late advice
here Friday, bullish week-end figures
tnd bullish southern spot advices.
St Louis, Mo Uotton—Unchanged;
middling, IfiVic; no sales; receipts. 2.
824 bales; shipments, 3,172; stork, 23.
Galveston, Tex.Cotton, steady, 15c
HAD A COSTLY. EXPERIMENT.
Oklahoma’s Guaranty System and
What It Meant to Banka.
Guthrie, Okla. That the guftrantee
of hank deposits has cost the banks ol
Oklahoma $484,152, is the report nf
Governor Haskell. The total net col
lections from tho hanks have been
from the beginning of the operation
two years ago to January 1, $S 18,740
The total cash in the fund on Decem-
ber 31 was $73,626, and other cash
items were $1.60,161, making in Dm
guarantee fund December 31, 1910,
$333,787. The net loss to the- fund to
that date is therefore $18 1,952. T<
cover this loss there remains on hand
about $800 of wrecked bank assets.
The failure of the Columbia institu
tion of Oklahoma City was the largest
drain on the fund and accounted for
more than half of the total deficit
Many state banka have been for sev-
eral months declining to pay the ns
sessments, but tie decision of the
United States supreme court uphold
ing tiff* constitutionality of tho guar
antee law makes it obligatory on thomi
now to meet the same
The.probabilities a,-e tint the prey
ent session of the legislature will
make several amendments to the law,
among them regulating the number of
assess ’ ‘ >d About
twenty suite banks have become na-
tionalized in order to avoid the oper-
ations of tin law, and it is probable
that others will do so. The* deposits
’ Tb v
have h• VI t ;< well i t e las' lx
months, about in proportion with
other states oi the imidtile west.
Haskell Buys Nowsrj.iper.
McAa ter. i -kin. \ ' \ r:.<>r li t*
kell nnd his former private secretary,
W. II. Anthony, now b ad« . of ike inn
Jority in the h use of »vi < nt .thxs,
I have bought the LcAiesier Herald*
I Democrat, a dully’ and w* > kuewspa-
i per, from W. P Dungan.
Oklahoam City Bank Sold.
Oklahoma City, Okla. The Oklaho
; run City National bank ha been sold
to Tf L. Williams, tlreenvill •. Tex.;
. Don Lacey, Ardmore, and M. M Bon
| ner, Ardmore.
Woman Dier Fr .m t‘ e Effe -♦ of Burni
El Reno, Okla Mrs. lam*-.- B
1 Hoover died f*
which she r<
explosion She liar! plar ! a ran n!
gasoline on th* ^ ■ n ,
It there until he had st •U'I'u fi e
nnd the stove go4 hot After the < *
plosion neigh bo1 ; a fo h '• v a
1 smothered out t-u* flauu*s, ant ur.
i til she had received burns so B*'i u
an to cause her death.
Merchants Arc Acquitted.
McAh ster. Okla. Ale . m» \» ni • *y
PHYSICIAN AND SUHCE0N
OFFICK IN Tins BuTlDING FoBM-
ickly Occupied iiv I’ostoffice
OFFICE PHONF'64 RESIDENCE PHONE 34
Wichita Forum Dedication.
Tlio dedication of Wichita's magni-
ficent new $150,000 Forum will occur.
January 25-28, 1911. This promise* to
lie a great even In tho history of Wich-
ita and Ihe southwest. A ptorgam
which comprises some of the oest at.-
traetions in the country has tieen pro-
vided, and large numbers of people
from thp surrounding towns nave sig-
nifieii their intention of attendlag.
The following is the program aa an-
Wednesday earning, January 26,
“Ohrlldren’s Orusade," accompanied
by the Cincinnati Symphony Orehaa-
Thursday afternoon and evening,
January 26, Cincinnati Symphony Or
eheatra. l.oo^ogl Stokovakl. conduc-
tor. Symphony Concert*
Friday evening. January 27 Walkar
Whiteside and company p-eaentlhg
“The Melting Pot
^Saturday evmtng, February 4, tba
Imperial Russian Ballet and Orchea-
tra of 75.
Indian Decision Given.
Muskogee, Olila. Four important
decisions involving the right of tha
state to tax certain elasseH of Indian
lands and sell the lands for taxes, h»v«
been handed down by Federal Judga .
Hall'll Campbell In suits that were
brought at t,he instance of the federal
government and demurred to by the
county assessors. The dcclsltm apply
to the Greek, Choctaw and Chickasaw
nations. In each instance one decis-
ion covers 1901 luxes and the other
TJte court holds that no iaad that Is
not alienable cannot he subject to tax-
ation xmd that tn all tlie I'jve Civilized
Tribes the homesteads cf all Indian
allottees of one-half or more Indian
blood, or of such allottees deceased
who have children usrvlvlng who were
born subsequent to March I, 1 HOG, are
Inalienable ami non taxable
The government will not appeal
Tom the decision r.td it i doubtful if
tho state will.
Boy Is Facing Federal Chatge.
1 biekashu, Okla. I,ennard Thom]
son of Cornish, Okla., was arreste
tor raising the denomination ol' a $
K ' Pnbuek to that ,.f $L-n. The ho
was convicted before United State
Commissioner K. II. Payne here an
will tie l-< I.l i„ .
to . ucl.on c
'he grand Jury.
Hobart Han Bad Fire.
Guthrie, Ohl-I '’1)000 r;re vjaj,(
! Hobart, destroying ten business bull
i Inga and their contents
Explosion Kdls Two Children.
Bartlesville, Okla Kdward and I
1 tne- MMIu t, Iwt
| years old. were literally blown
bj a | ot . ' led nit)
|gl>t rim. which they found at an i
I well near their ho.tie. They showed
to their mother, but she did not rocr
nlzc it as an explosive, latter at p!
an explosion tK-eurreii. it is belioi-
that they struck tho exjloslve with
Ten Years for Perjury.
Durant, Okla —Will Ro.fc was eo:
vlct J of perjurv in Hie district cou
hero a. <’ his punishment fu- #d at tc
years in the* pc*nit#*nti.*ry. L'o »■ j»? «
t*u < fl of having eworn fa J * at tt
trial of u friend who was accused i
e "M liai
hf.«>n nrlmtit -1 1., • 1,. ..... ..... . . _
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vidiug for Tb**
calling of «f
i e?e< 'ion
da.* s to sc’
i cf f ree-
holders * <
eHIM sloii for
■ ■ f K')V
if d by Well
i ih h
i u ft v or to
tin- bitHding ait on t.
the liifctlttition tas bet
will b» knowir as thft \
4. • b* A fre*» ilte ' !'
kiiii guver&l lots coUfttL
rlvm kr tha city.
awll 1 U
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OKAF^CHE PRODUCE CO.
All kinds of Lubricating and Fue
I Oil, Goal Oil and < iasolim*. Oil
■red to patrons along the cream routes
l vhtsl C r't Mai set Price iTi'tl fo-
l’honc No. «.
X Dr. Grant Parshall +
♦ VHCRINARY SURGEON l HORSE DENTIST f
Hftvt* ydur colti ca*trRtef! by ar
nxpert. Calls promptly aM-codec
to dny or Diftfht.
Oilice, Ho'iInsoii’N Barn.
t K AT'CIIIQ, ( 1 LA.
l/iwt >n on
tionable ti *
pe«r**(l in t
a $100 fine
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