The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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SEE TEWALT FOR UNDERTAKING
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OKARCHE, CANADIAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1911
enunm !r \
1 L. G. WOLFF'. M. D. ■
Hunters Pay $128,000 to State
Oklahoma City, Okla.—That there Is ,
gooil hunting in Oklahoma is shown by j
the fact that 410 men from other sia.-s 1
paid a license of $15 to hunt in Okla-
homa during 1910. This total fades in-
to insignificance beside the other total J
reported by the retiring state gam» j
-warden, Judge Askew, of 116,823 hunt-'
Ming licenses issued to citizens of Okla-
homa. Hut the resident of the state
has to pay but $ 1.25 for his license, and
everybody can afford one.
It is the rather large sum put up by
410 outsiders to shoot around over the
new state that proves the excellent
sport to he afforded here. Most of the
non resident licenses were issued in
the southeastern counties. l>;Flor*
led, and McCurtain and Pushmataha
were close seconds. These big coun-
ties contain most of the real wilder-
ness left in Oklahoma. There is a
tract of about sixty or seventy miles '
either way down there w here railroads
and settlers are scarce and mountain
gorges, woods and water plentiful.
Deer are found in good numbers there;
plenty of turkey roam and an occasion-
al hear Is discovered.
The office of state game warden ha«
been a most successful experiment
from a financial standpoint. The idea
(n making the hunter* pay a hunting
license was twofold; to raise money
to replenish and propagate fish, bird
and game, and to prevent the outof,
state sportsmen from butchering tot*
much Oklahoma game. A third objee*
was to afford a good force of deputy
game wardens for the protection of
game and the fish and game laws.
The earnings of the office last-year
were $128,000, which places the'game
warden next to Jic Insurance commis-
sioner as a revenue producer, with the
secretary of state forced to third po
UNO FINDS FM
WENT AT 25 PER CENT MORE
THAN APPRAISED VALUE.
Lessees Were Purchasers—Fully 98
Per Cent of Tracts Disposed of to
Oklahoma City, Okla.—It la eat!
mated that. Oklahoma school lands,
late.- of which, have Just been dosed,
brought from 20 to 25 per cent more
than their appraised valuation, and
that approximately 95 per cent o(
these lands were purchased by th"
K. K. Wood, superintendent ol
rates; R K. Trammell, assistant super-
■nteiident; (trover Blackard, cashier
sort I.. T. llahcock, .stenographer of th- |
school land sales department, have re
turned to Oklahoma City, after com
pi ning sales of school lands In the
third sales district, composed of
twenty-seven counties in the Cherokee
Strip, beginning in Woods and ex-
tending to Jefferson county.
Just how many acres of land was
disposed of. how much It brought an
• ere, and what the total sum derived
from the sales represent, will be nmdn
public in a few day», when the sale*
»K«nt* complete fhelr report to the
school lands department.
Notwithstanding the long drouth
with which Oklahoma has been con
fronted, the sales agents say they
found conditions to be good In all of
the twenty-seven counties visited, with
the people optimistic to a remarkable
Phone No. 1.
The Corner Drug Store
GEO. E. McCOY
The First Bank
With Total Resources of More Than a
QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS
Is in a position to take care of all legit-
imate business offered them. If you bar*
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.
New York.—The cotton market con
tinned quiet today with fluctuation.-
narrow and ’.hr close quiet, not 1 point
lower to 2 point* higher. The opening
was steady at an advunee of 3 to 5
points and during the early trading
there seemed to be a little demand
from trade interests around the initial
figure, with little offering for sale.
The buying orders were gradually sup-
plied, however, and later the market
eased off from the best under scatter
Ing liquidation or local boar pressure, j
Closing prices were practically "t |
the lowest point of the day. Cables ■
were just about a shade disappointin';
If anything ,and private advices from j
Liverpool continued to indicate a sub
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON
s Office in the Building Foum-
* KKi.Y Occupied isy Pustoffick
> OTFICE PHONE 64 RESIDENCE PHONE 34 -
May Start Forfeit Suits.
Oklahoma City, Okla.--The corpora-
tion commission stated that Attorney
General West will be asked to begin
action to forfeit the charter of 15,005
private corporations in Oklahoma that
have failed to comply with the law
Imposing a license tax of $t a year
upon foreign corporations and 50 cent*
siding trade at Mam-heater " ith active ja year upon domestic corporations for
demand from spinners who are said to , egl.h g, poo of capital stock. The tag
Last Negro Is Driven Out.
lloeniny, Okla.—Follov In;; the post-
ing of notices threatening all JicgroAv
(f they did not -quit the town,” the
last of 150 negroes has left 1’omT.y.
Kxplosiotis hoard in various parts of
the town within the last few days
increased the negroes’ alarm. Th»
trouble started two months ago when
negro tenants were given leases on
cotton lands. White farmers objected
atnl the posting of notic< s followed.
The explosions are thought to have
been "plants” intended only to fright-
en the negroes.
Four-Year-Old Boy Drowned.
Snyder, Okla. The t ycar-cid son of
William Tower, a well-to-do fanner liv-
ing eight miles northeast of Snyder,
fell into a hole in Dry Otter creek and
was drowned. While the family tvero
at dinner the little one playing >n tho
high banks of the stream vc-nturod tco
close and fell in. His parents, alarmed
at his continued nn.-nre, started a
search, but it was -V ''ark hef >r«
the body was locatc-l and recovered.
$200,000 Appropriation Void.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—The Oklaho-
ma supreme court, through Assistant
Justice Samuel W. Hayes, ha* defin-
ed void a $200,000 appropriat on voted
at the 1909 session oi the le jirluturw
for the state university, holriirg that
former Governor Haskell invalidated
the action of the legislature when, af-
ter the appropriation wax passed, he
"trimmed" $95,000 out of the original
Ranch Foreman Hurt.
I’awluieka. Okla—Charley Gibson,
ranch foreman on the Fray ranch,
while taking part tn a recent round-up,
tud one of hi* legs broken when the
cow pony that he wan rid ng fell on
1i!m. He was plucky enough to hold
to the snddle, when the p nty got up.
and then rode to Pawhuska for raed-
No Fuss Over Public Site.
Blackwell, Okla.—K. C. Robinson
from Washington, D. C., was in Black-
well to inspect the different locations*
offered for a federal building. There
were five different bids sent ih, hut
at a meeting of the directors of the
Blackwell Commercial club and city
council and business men all except
one voted for the location offered by'
the Peckham hotel and Realty Co. I
Mr. Robinson stated that very seldom
in his experience have men been able
to get together and agree among
themselves on a location as they have
in Blackwell, and also stated that this
■would expedite matters very much.
The location offered by the l’ackham
Hotel and Realty Co. is priced at $7,-1
560. It is only one block from the I
business center, with a nortli and east 1
front, and is considered an ideal lota
tlon. Tiie appropriation is $50.o0O for
a building and site.
New Home for Deaf and Dumb
Oklahoma CRv Okla’—Greater pro-
gress has been made in the last twenty-
fire years in the training and cdurat ]
Ing of the deaf and dumb than was
made in the 300 years preceding, ar ,
cording to the version of A. A Stew
art, superintendent of the state deaf
and dumb asylum at Sulphur, who
was at Oklahoma City recently The
moat modern buildings for on asylum
for the deaf and dumb to be found In
the United States are being erected
at Sulphur, and when the-»e have been
completed and equipped the Instltutloa
will accommodate 430 pupils. At prew
ent there are 235 pupils, the full ca
parity of the accommodations Twen-
1 y-seven teacher* and instructors ar*
eagaged In the Sulphur Institute
have become pretty well covered so far
as raw material requirements tire con-
cerned itp to next May.
Spots and Futures.
New York—Cqtton futures closed
quiet. Closing bids: Januar-, 11.65c;
February, 14.6.5c: March, 14.76c; April,
14.85c; May, 14.93c; June. 14.93c; Jtt-
My, 14.95c; August, 14.63c; October,
113.40c: December,. 13.26c.
I Spot, closed quiet; middling uplands,
, 14.90c; middling gulf, 15.15c; sales 101
New York.—Cottonr.eed oil steady;
prime crude southeast, 6.05^6.10.
prime summer yellow, 7.3.3 7.2 |c; Feb
ruarr, 7.21 <fr 7.22c; March. 7.5t'«'• 7 ;
April, V.2S®7.24c; May, 7 "r>« 7,26c ;
June, 7.26® 7.29c: Julv. 7.29’" 7.30c.
Pt. Louis.— Cotton, unchanged; mid
dliug, 15*4c; sales, none; receipts. 1,
878 bales; shipments. 1,557 bales;
stock, 23,501 bales
was due August 1
Kennedy Loses Mandamus Pies.
Enid, Okie.—Judge J- B- Ctilllson
ruled agati st Ceurge A. Kennedy
Democrat, In ht» mandamus -proceed |
Ings to oust Rail Roberts, Republican
from the oiiice of superior clerk ol
this, Garfi'dcounty. The court t-u'd
that the writ of mandamus did not lie
in a contest for public office when the
facts are in doubt, but that the reme-
dy was through quo warranto proceed-
ings. The contort grew out of tho la t
election, when Kennedy lefts-I'd Rob-
erts by 800 vot“s as shown by the re-
turns of the election. Roberts, how
ever, refused to give up th.- office on
the pica that Kennedy’s annoum erne it
of candidacy was made before the fen.
kus returns showing thal Garfield coun
ty contain'd enough inhabitants en-
titling it to elect a superior cleik.
Will Meet In Tulsa.
Tulsa, Okla.—The largest gathering
of religious young people in the hi*,
tory of the state will assemble In
Tulsa three days in June to attend the
Baptist Young People’s union of the
eastern Oklahoma district The date*
are Juno 16, 16 ami 17. At that time
Dr. E K. I-e<- »f Dallas, Texas, and Dr.
Harvey Ucuchamp of Naxhvllle. Ten*.,
both Baptist workers of natUmal fan
will deliver addresses at Tuba. Other
prominent speaker* wll latv.-nd |
Capitalist* Back New Railroad.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—Capitalist*
from Philadelphia are back of the pny-
posed line of railway to extend frana
Lawton to Ardmore, a distance of
alsout 125 mlleH, traversing Carter,
Stephens and Comanche counties.
James H Wolvcvrton, judge of th*
probate court In Comanche oounty, is
In the city from Lawton. He cays the
people In his home town, as well a*
those all along the line of the proposed
new- road, are manifesting unusual In-
lerest In the project
No Continuance In McReynolds Csse.
. Guthrie, Okla.—Federal Judge 7-ot-
terall. after hearing requests of at-
torneys representing former Governor
C. N. Haskell in the I-odor, McRey-
r.olds and Ballcv suits that tho vase
ho continued, denied the petition Mid
ordered that the cases go to trial on
thefr merits during the present term
of the United States district court.
A decision In the Bailey case is ex-
pected in a few days. Haskell’s at-
torneys asked for a continuance on the
grounds that he wa* seriously til.
Lawyers Are In the Majority.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—As Is usually
the case In legislative bodies, the law-
yer) have a strtmg lead over all other
therefor* tool: mpsession of the office, occupations In the senat, of the pres-
denied Kennedy admission, and barri- - nt le oglature. Figures compiled by
At Oklahoma City.
Bpokase, Wash—The eighth an
•asl Meant patent of The United Span-
t*h war vnvtortn# will be held In Okla-
homa City, Okla.. August !1 to 2$. ac-
cording to an announcement made
hare by J J. Jacoby of Seattle, com
m*nder-in-chtef. Commander Jacoby
will be accompanied to the encamp
incut by an escort of 105 Washington
yetorans In uniform
X Get n
4 To Smoke
caded htm--elf therein with the fumi-
turo. Remedy then brought suit for
a pre-emptory writ of mandamus.
Lea died In - • ia.-g Ju y.
McAlestcr, Ok’.a.—After being out
sixty-four hours, a Jury in the district
court announced its inability to agr-e
in the case of the state against Wesley
Underwood charged with the niurde»
of an Irid.an. Jat kaon King. Tho jury
atood 10 *o 2 for acquittal.
Fire at 101 Ranch.
nii.iS, OV-V—rimes, which started
I from a gasoline explosion, total, do
1 stroyod the light plant of thd 10:
* ranch, near ho-e. ’Two automobiles,
1 ....... i a •
Ah-x C. Hull, enrolling clerk of lit*
senate, show that nineteen senators
are lawyers, six real estate dealers,
five farmers,.four stork dorters, two
newspaper puDiisuers, two jam cuanls,
two physicians, one teacher, one min-
ister, one banker and one teb-phon*
4 yi.e belong X '■■
other oue to 7.a. k
No Decision Expected.
Outhrle, Okla A rumor Is current
here that there will be no dccDIor In
. the state -spitil removal <-a tow
[tending tv i rt- the slate supreme
Husband Shoots Wife.
Hlufntila, Okla.—E. F Williams in in
Jail, charged with assaulting his wife
with Intent to kill. Mrs. Williams atnl
her sou, Ihuce, were rcturninF: to their
home in the country, it is said, when
Williams o- i'took them and deman.b -1
that they stop. They did not do so,
and he shot his wife through the leg.
The boy fired at his fattier without t ;•
feet. Later the elder Williams was
Carl Rica a State Examiner.
Guthrie, Okla.—Carl L. Ulc* of Guth- I
rle, who was assistant state auditor
tinder SI. H Tapp, baa been appointed
a deputy state examiner and Inspector
under Charles A. Taylor and Is en-
gaged at Purcall In nn investigation
of the county records.
Child Fell* Into Boiling Sausage.
Thotmi-i, Okla.- The tV'>-v--»r. I !
tan of Charles KreKlmua.-r, living six
mll-'s southeast of Thoms*', diet rf
fnlLu '■ i’ n ' oil - N H’.hl • i-
Tho child was playing In the > -l
- ’ -- .. .. enrents were husv with the
Sustains School Levy.
Oklahoma City, Okla —Tho supreme
court sustains the validity of the one
quarter mill levy for common, schools
In the case appealed by th - Sr-.ta F-
from Logan county and holds the uni-
versity appropriations Illegal he tiiso
Governcr llaxkell scaled down i.ems
in the till B holds that the conrtlt"
tlon gives the governor power to.rut |
out itc-ms. but not to reduce them. It
will affect practically all stale institu-
Bond Election Set.
Snyder, Okie.—The board of tru«.
te»e of Snyder has called an el t-G.-n
for February 7, to vote on the qo (loo
of lulling $46,000 of public lit lilt v
bonds; $25,000 for equipping an I ev
lending the publblc lighting r- rvl e of
Ihc city, uthl $15,000 for tho enlarge-
ment aid extension of the water sys-
Child Is Biwr
'kmqlgee, Okln F ,vi Todd,
d, if T. 'I . rot-ably
. burned x*-V), lt,;| |nto a
I--- »- holllne water at the home rf w»r
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For Hitching, from a fine
S. C. R. I. REDS
_ Our layer* a^e all Pullets, and
we will sell a few settings, this spring, of
15 fresh, clean Eggs for 50 cents
Those who want a setting should brinn a basket to Ret the
Eggs, as we will not ship nor deliver E-Rlfs at this price, and
we will no guarantee th.- hatch. W<- have as good stock as
can be found anywhere, Enquire at THE TIMES office.
uF-t the legiilature "d
mas- nor I
tional c no '
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ed to go
OKARCHE PRODUCE CO
All kinds of Lubricating and Kuo
Oil, Coal Oil and Gasoline. Oil
ered to patrons ah-ng F t "‘fit s
jqinest Cr.th Marki t F I if
Fhorie No. 6.
Dr. Grant Parshall J
VEIERIMAkY SURCIOM l H0BS1 DIH1IS1
Hi ve your oolts castrated bv ao
■ xpert. Calls promptly attended
- i day or night ,
OIHcc, Rohlnson’R Barn.
i'tt.s Oppose D.j Hinder.
At one of the Iuir* t
ver h« III in Fulimur,
w< i » pnB-sed iir-VinK t,1*’ 1 11
t > i li ;it lh«■ rei -
• * tary K. A. liullinfft r
■Mini r ’ •• •
f Oklahoma. The ne'ii ,'.
; i 'iy ihut th*»
A comuiit’eo wa
to Washington rarr- \v-r t
copy of th * r»v(ihiUon», h c»rrl*»r t »
fljiht npniP't Halllir'er’K idf.i P‘*veral
hundred dollara v- vu rflivnl In a ft"
minatfi to j *. luto th*- fipht
Morgan Dispense** Pie.
Guthrie, (*kln Ulek T. VI or pan. run
L-res^TiiM from the Second Ohl;4h-»rn«a
district, is to 1»e the awarder of |*n*
t;, r, . . a the Vl 'i ■'• 1
office here un<u r ’»V. S. C;ide, accord*
hik \ . • - nl nlado by Gnuo
and hD I M- * a'lp- the H<
bllil!''it Ct I'l'lttc"-n; n, '.)
Jait t • 1 t-iir Vavlna, thin
county. ’ 1-1
(*ad, , r halrhlp ho «*
Y < 11 ' *o* Morgan.”
just a litdc journey
I the going is a
pleasure in itself
Spend a few weeks this
wuucr iri ('a)dnrnia. Visit
the onj n.i.wons—ba»k in the
In- j.. p I ’ ;n si I ip —breathe
toe sweet xi-rttritr brce/cs—*
revel in a b, ,vir of roses a.-td
r.n :- ■■ hero of romance and
enrhnr.imrnt. T”he de luxe
tia-n '• cl the
Toe it Island
— make the trip to California a
ri..l , l .trv monivnt oi e of
happinc.s ani'l the environ-
nt-i ’ stjp.-.-!> Pullmans, co^y
tatcroou s — downy bt-rtl , a
chef whose disi.es arc x dcl.ght,
p,ood books ami a journey that
tt.-ll intt-rc-* you.
hast trains daily via two routes
— El Faso and New
Mexico al< ng the bor
dvrs of Old Mexico and
t! rou( h S - -tic ('< lo-
rac'n and Salt Lake.
Ask Roc1. Idantt
TicV et A gent
About a Trip to
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