The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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The Orlando Clipper
W. L. LANTER, Ed. and Pub.
OKLAHOMA NEWS NOILS
Novo in bar 2T l* Agricultural Day la
Collinsville Is putting in permanaat
Seger Indian school o< Colony has
enrolled slaty pupils.
The city of Lawton purposes to hold
m 6-day Chautauqua next year.
N«w discoveries of gold and silver
are being reported from the Albion
At the state school for deaf looated
at Sulphur. 201 children are enrolled;
113 boys and 88 girls.
Bee tree In Del Norte neighborhood,
flarfleld county, yielded eight galons
GIVES MAJORITY OF APPROXI-
CAPITAL BILL DEfEATED
Latest Available Returns Indicate the
Election of Entire Democratic
Alva will be host to the Woods coun.
ty Sunday School association Novem-
ber 12 and 13.
Elk City is soon to have one of tha
best broom factories in the state.
Beckham county Is long on broom-
At a recent public sale in Lincoln
county $2,000 was realized and not a
note given. Which goes to show that
the farmers have the cash this fall.
Col. Gross Longendyke of King-
fisher has leased large tracts of land
near Ripley and will soon begin ths
drilling of wells. Longendyke says
the conditions are excellent.
Deputy United States Marshal Al
iCoff of Guthrie is carryiifg one of the
late Heck Thomas’ favorite sixshoot*
,ers, a handsome pearl-handled gun.
The weapon, a .45, was presented to
Coft prior to Thomas’ death at Lawtor
several weeks ago.
Up to Thursday of last week 5000
bales of wagon cotton had been re-
ceived at the Inland oompress yard in
Hobart. Considering the lateness of
the season this is a good showing.
Cotton is being marketed at the rat*
of about 200 bales a day.
A load of buckshot was fired into
the stomach of John Jefferies on the
Dangerfield plantation, twelve miles
south of Hugo. A quarrel had arladn
between two other men and Jefferies
■was acting as peacemaker. Jefferies is
not expected to recover from tV
Major Farrell, United States Indian
agent for the Poncas at White Eagle,
has been transferred by Acting Com-
missioner Abbott of Indian Affairs to
Darlington, as agent for the Cheyennes
and Arapahoes, and Col. A. R. Miller,
agent for the Kaws, takes Mr. Par-
rel’s place at White Eagle, the Kaw
and Ponca agencies having been con-
Postmaster W. M. McCoy of Guthrie
Is feeling of the business men, on in-
struction from Washington, for the
purpose of getting an idea of to what
extent the new parcels post system
will be patronized by the merchants.
It goes into effect on Jan. 1. Post-
masters in the larger cities through-
out the country must get all the ad-
vance Information possible on the sub-
There Is still plenty of cotton in the
fields near Waurlka, and owing to the
scarcity of pickers, the price in many
Instances is running as high as $1
and $1.25 per 100, and it is yielding
in many places three-fourths of a bale
per acre. Both gins at that place are
running day and night and everything
possible is being done to handle it as
fast as it is picked. The compress at
Waurlka is loaded to its full capacity
and is making good headway, al-
though it Is short a number of hand#.
Oklahoma City—Gov. Woodrow
Wilson carried the state and all dem-
ocratic candidates for state offices
were elected Tuesday in Oklahoma by
majorities which probably will exceed
30.000 votes. The bill initiated by
Guthrie to remove the state capital
from Oklahoma City, was defeated by
a heavy majority, probably 30,000,
without including the approximately
60.000 votes registered in favor of
this city when one-fflurth of the vot-
ers failed to indicate their choioe be-
tween the two cities.
For congress, the re-election of
Davenport in the Third district, Car-
ter In the Fourth, and Ferris in the
Fifth are assured by increased ma-
jorities over 1910. In the Second
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“Something mentally wrong with
Kenworthy, don’t you think?”
“I asked him to come over and play
‘auction bridge with us last night,
and he said he would rather waste liis
time playing ‘bean-porridge-hot or ‘tit-
"So the firm’s gone under.”
"Yes, I am sorry to see them going \
AWFUL ECZEMA ON FACE
As a summer tonic there is no medicine
that quite compares with OXIDIX K. It not
only builds up the system, hut taken reg-
ularly, prevents Malaria. Regular or taste-
less formula at Druggists. Adv.
Storm centers as a rule defy central
SENATOR ROBT. L. OWEN
Popular Choice of Oklahoma for
United States Senator
district Dick T. Morgan, republican
incumbent, is behind Judge J. J. Car-
ney of El Reno, in the early returns
and the election of Carney is indi-
Wednesday morning the First dis-
trict race still was in doubt, although
Bird McGuire from Guthrie headquar-
ters, claimed his re-election over Da-
vis by 1,500 votes.
All three of the democratic candi-
dates for congressman-at-large, Wil-
liam H. Murray, Joe B. Thompson,
and Claude Weaver, have been elect-
ed by majorities as great as those
given the state candidates.
For justice of the supreme court
Justic John B. Turner has been re
elected by 30,000 majority, and Judge
Henry Furman for justice of the
criminal court of appeals will be sent
back by as large a vote.
A strongly democratic legislature
was indicated in early returns, and it
*is probable that none of the former
democratic members standing for re-
election will be defeated.
All scattering returns indicate that
the Russell bill asking the recall of
the state hoard of agriculture has
Freeland, Md—“Baby’s eczema
started in little spots and would burst
and run all over his face and wher-
ever the water would touch his face,
it would make another sore. Pimples
•would break out and make his face
sore and inflamed, and he was very
cross and fretful. It was awful. He
suffered tortures from it, and we had
to tie mittens on his hands to keep
him from scratching. A friend of mine
told me of the Cuticura Soap and Oint-
ment and I went to a drug store and
“When we would bathe his face with
the Cuticura Soap and apply the Cuti-
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ter. He would wake up in the nights
and cry with his face and we would
put on some of the Cuticura Ointment
and then he would rest all night. They
have cured him completely of the
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Mar. 21, 1912.
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Omaha, Neb.—Incomplete returns
from Omaha aud Lincoln and scatter-
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Lanter, W. L. The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912, newspaper, November 8, 1912; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911461/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.