Woodward Dispatch. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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Due te Early and Peraiatent Home
Charles K. Hughes, who has l»een
conducting tho insurance Investiga-
tion in New York City, as a child was
noticeable for his precocity, lie was
too delicate to attend school, so his
mother and father attended to his
early education. The latter, a Bap-
tist clergyman, turned the boy’s mind
In the direction of his own studies.
The result was that at the age of 10
the lad had a good knowledge of
mathematics, had ripped into the
classics and even had a fair knowl-
edge of theology, lie explains that
It was merely his home Influences and
not any special inclination on his part,
aside from a fairly studious disposi-
tion. that led him into these itaths of
somewhat premature scholarship.
Tired of the Senate.
Senator Patterson of Colorado says
he is tired of the congressional grind.
SomelKHly was usklng him if he did
not think his attitude on the Domin
gan treaty might jeopardize hi j
chances for re-election. “I have tola
my people,” Raid Senator Patterson,
"that I was not seeking a reelectlon.
I did have an ambition to Rerve a term
In the senate, but my interests at
home are such that'I cannot afford to
neglect them. I have a law practice
which I want to look after. My news-
paper Interests are important, and be-
sides that I have some ranches in
which I take a great deal of pride. It
will not be a difficult matter for me
to keep busy and profitably busy at
WMITS HIM SUED
JUSTICE PECKHAM WOULD GO
SF* otter One Hundred Pollen Rrwird for an;
ewe rf iturrU ibal cenuui be cured by llall'e
T J. CIIKNEY * CO., Toledo, 0.
We. the undentirurd. have known F. J. i tienry
for Oicii.it 15 rear-, end believe him perfectly ht.ii-
•rabio In all budne*. ir*n«*.n,m* and tlimm-Ully
able w carry out any obllK*(1<>n( made by hi* firm.
WacuiNo. Ki***x * M*stin,
W'bnle*ale Prumttau, Toledo. 0.
Hair* Catarrh Cure I* leken Internally, acting
llrei-tly upon ibe blood and niucnu* lurfaeea ot tba
tyeieni. Testimonial* aent free *
kbtue. Sold by all Prugglete.
Take Uall't f'amlly I'll!* for conellpaUoa.
Price 75 ccute per
Many a worthless man has a good
If you don't get the biggest and best
It's your own fault. Defiance Starch
Is for sale everywhere and there V
positively nothing to equal It In qua!
Ity or quantity.
A man who gets what he deserver
has bis troubles.
Pieo's Cure cannot be too htuhly spoken of nr
a coutih cure.—J. \V. () ItHias. '.122 Third Are.
N., Minneapolis, Minn.. Jan. d. ivuu.
BEFORE HE SAILS FOR EUROPE.
Declares That the Former President
Owes the Mutual Life Insurance
Company a Large Sum — Peabody
Promises to Act.
New Yorta, Feb. 20- The recom-
mendation that a suit be instituted
againat Richard A. McCurdy, former
president of tho Mutual Life Insur-
ance Company, is made in a letter
written by United States Supreme
Court Justice Rufus W. Peckham to
the special investigating committee of
the Mutual, and made public. The
letter states that the suit should be
begun before Mr. McCurdy leaves this
country for Europe, as is his reported
intention, and its object should lie to
recover money which Mr. McCurdy
may owe the company.
In making this letter public Charles
A. Peabody, president of the Mutual
gave out a letter of his own, In which
he said that he did not think Justice
Peckham would have any reason to
find fault with the action of the com-
pany relative to the matter to which
he refers. The Peckham letter was
given to Mr. Peabody by William H.
Truesdale„ the chairman of the Mu-
tual's special investigating committee,
to whom It was originally written.
Justice Packham was formerly a trus-
tee of the Mutual Life Insurance
Company. His letter, dated at Wash-
ington, February 12, Is as follows:
"I see thnt It Is publicly slated that
Mr, McCurdy is preparing to leave for
POWDER PUNT EXPLODES.
- ■ — /
THREE MEN KILLED AND TWEN-
TY GIRLS SERIOUSLY INJURED.
I/)uisiana, Mo., Feb. 20.—Three men
were killed and twenty girls were in-
jured by an explosion at the Hercules
powder plunt, eighteen miles north of
here. The three men killed were em-
ployes of the plant named Booth,
Wright and Nord. and all lived In
Hannibal Mo. The explosion occur-
red in the punching house, which Is
equipped with machinery and the de-
bris from this structure demonished
the old punching house, where a num-
ber of women und boys were at work
punching dynamite Into molds which
form dynamite sticks. All of the wo-
men were seriously Injured, but for-
tunately the building they were In did
not blow up. The fact that the punch-
ing of dynamite in the house In which
the explosion occurred Is done by
machinery accounts for the fact that
there were but three persons In the
building at the time. The plant la one
of the largest dynamite manufactures
in the country. It produces one-
fourth of the output of the United
States last year, according to the
census. The plant is worth one-half
million dollars and It employs 200 per-
EARTHQUAKE IN WEST INDIES.
MARTINQUE AND GRENADA EX-
PERIENCE A SHAKING UP.
Port l)e France, Island of Martini-
que. Feb. 20.—A severe shock of
earthquake was felt here at 1:40 p.
m., which was followed by three
slaughter disturbances. The undula-
tions cracked the walls of building*.
St. George, Island of Grenada, B.
W. I.—Two prolonged, though slight
shocks of earthquake, corresponding
in time with those felt In the Island
of St. Lucia, were experienced here
Friday. There were frequent detona-
tions heard during the night.
Roseau, Island of Dominica. I>. \V.
L.—Two prolonged and severe earth-
HAISED FROM A DEATH-BED.
Mr. Pitts, Once Pronounced Incurable,
Haa Been Well Three Years.
E. E. Pitts. CO Hathaway St.. Skow-
hegan, Me., says: ‘‘Seven years ago
my back ached and I was so run - n
that I was laid up
four months. I
had night sweats
and fainting spells
and dropped to 90
pounds. The urine
passed every few
minutes with in-
tense pain and
looked like blood.
Dropsy set in and
the doctors decid-
ed I could not live
My wife got me using Doan's Kidney
Pills, and as they helped me I took
heart, kept on and was cured so thor-
oughly that I've been well three
Sold by all dealers. SO cents a box
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Hundreds of dealers eey the extra
quantity and superior quality of De-
fiance Starch Is fast taking place of
all other branda. Others say they can-
not sell any other atarch.
It Isn’t necessary to be a trained
aurbfl In order to nurse a grievance.
Europe to remain Indefinitely, and 1 j quakes were experienced here at 1:32
think It would be an inexcusable mis- ^ p. m„ the direction being east by
take for the Mutual Life Insurance hoiiUi or west by north.
A man who is perfectly satisfactory
to himself, never suits other people.
Shake Into Yonr Shoos
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures pain-
ful, smurtimr, nervous feet ami ingrowing
nails. It's the greatest comfort discovery
of the ape. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet. Sold by
all Drip-gists, 25c. Trial package FREE.
Address A. S. Olmsted, Le ltoy, N. Y.
A woman can have more fun read-
ing old love letters than a mau can
reading new ones.
TERRIBLE SCALY ECZEMA.
Eruptions Appeared on Chest, and
Face and Neck Were All Broken
Out—Cured by Cuticura.
"I hail an eruption appear on my
eh 'St and body and extend upwards
and downwards, so that my neck and
*ace were all broken out; also my
arms and the lower limbs as far as
the knees. I at first thought It was
prickly heat. But soon scales or
crusts formed where the breaking out
was. Instead of going to a physician 1
put chased a complete treatment of the
Cuticura Remedies, In which 1 had
great faith, and all was satisfactory.
A year or two later the eruption ap-
feartd again, only a little lower; but
before It had time to spread I pro-
cured another supply of the Cuticura
Remedies, and continued their use un-
til the cure was complete. It Is now
five years since the last attack, and
have nut seen any signs of a return.
I have more faith In Cuticura Reme-
dies for skin diseases than anything
I know of. Emma E. Wilson, Lis-
comb, Iowa, Oct. 1. 1905.”
Yerket Once Mined Gold.
It seems that the late Charles T.
Yerkea was a gold miner In his youth,
having been sent by his father to
manage what was known as the Dodge
mine, at Lisbon, N. M. It Is said that
$05,000 worth of gold was mined there,
but the cost of operation was twice
the value of the product.
Ship Towed 2,500 Miles.
A remarkable towage feat was ac-
complished Ity the Australian steam-
er Alrlle during her voyage from
Singapore. She towed a 2.500 ton sail-
ing vessel to Goode Island, a distance
of 2,500 miles. In the quick time of
sixteen days. The daily towage rang-
ed from 168 to 200 miles,
Siberian Railway at Standstill.
Double tracking the Siberian rail-
way will certainly not take place for
a year or two. As there are neither
rails nor other material, nor workmen
along the lines, the difficulty Is great.
Moreover, the whole of the appropria-
tion for the purpose has Teen spent.
Women's Suffrage In Chicago.
The Chicago teachers' federation
hqjkdcrlan-d In favor of full munlcl-
JHA^ffrnge for women. The resolu-
expresses the sentiment
B ,0 women," lull It might also
'’y'kJPb of groat advantage to Chicago
IiyMmeral. Certainly woman suffrage
not make matters worse politi-
cally or socially In that city than they
•re now admitted to be by the local
•ewipapeis and clergymen.
Company to permit him to leave the
country without the commencement
of an action against him in the name
of the company to recover the money
he owes it.
“The attorney general might prob-
ably find fault that the company was
not itself doing Its utmost to reach
the money wrongfully obtained bv Mr m
McCurdy, the chief delinquent In the
case. 1 take the greatest interest In
the matter and 1 feel as though an ac-
tion ought to be commenced before
the departure of Mr. McCurdy for
Europe. Does it not so appear to you?
"The board, at the meeting, as 1 un-
derstand, gave authority to the presi-
dent to commence any action which
the cotinsel of the company advised,
and such counsel advised as to Mr.
McCurdy thnt an action could be main-
tained against him.
"1 write your eommlttee because ,
your action carries great weight. 1
hope it may be in the line of urging i
the immediate commencement of a
suit against Mr. McCurdy."
After reading this letter. President |
Peabotly sent the following letter to
“Judge Beckham's opinion In eon
nectlon with the matter lias great
weight and justly so. I do not think j
he will have any reason to find fault
with the action of the company in the
matter to which he refers, an 1 1 shall
certainly do all that is in tttv power
to work out a result which will meet j
with his commendation.
Senator Tillman Better.
Washington, Feb. 20.—Senator Till-
man, who was threatened with pneu-
monia Friday, is much Improved.
Never put off till this afternoon
what you can do this morning.
Many Children are Sickly.
Mother Gray’* Sweet Powder* forChlldren,
used by Mother Gray, a nurse in Children *
Home, New York, cure Feverishness, Head-
ache, Stomach Troubles, Teething Dis-
orders, Break up Colds and Destroy Worms.
Atall Druggists’,26c. Sample mailed FREE
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
People who like to be heard seldom
get repaid in the imagination of their
Every housekeeper snouid know that
If they will buy Defiance Cold Water
Starch for laundry use they will save
not only time, because It never sticks
to the Iron, but because each package
contains 16 oz.—one full pound—while
all other Cold Water Starches are put
up tn %-pound packages, and the price
Is the same, 10 cents. Then again
because Defiance Starch Is free from
all Injurious chemicals. If your grocer
tries to sell you a 12-oz. package It
is because he has • stock on hand
which be wishes to dispose of before
he puts in Defiance. He knows that
Defiance Starch has printed on every
package In large letters and figures
“16 ozs.” Demand Defiance and save
much time and money and the annoy-
ance of the Iron sticking. Defiance
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrap.
For children teething, (often* th* gun*, reduce* la
SnmmtUua, nlimy* pntn, care* wind uollu. Ittcnbuuin.
A lover's knot doesn’t always re-
sult In the marriage tie.
Lewis' Single Binder straight .V. Many
smokers prefer them to 10c oigurs. Your
dealer or Lewis' Factory. Peoria, 111.
There is nothing new under the sun,
especially In profanity.
Garfield Tea, Mild Laxative.
Nothing has yet taken the place of
Garfield Tea, Nature’s remedy tor kid-
ney and liver trouble, constipation and
sick headache. Contains no harmful
Ingredients, nothing but medicinal
herbs. Sold at all drug stores. Send
for free sample to Garfield Tea Co.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
High-Priced Beauty Doctor.
They have a Leauty doctor in New
York city who In the matter of ex-
clusiveness and high charges puts all
others In the shade. She has come
from I-ondon for a stay of only three
weeks, bringing letters of recommend-
ations from persons of title, including.
It is said, one from Queen Alexandra.
Her fee for a consultation Is f250, but
in spite of this formidable figure she
has secured a number of patients,
though because of her short t.ay she
can treat them only a few times.
Curzon Looms in Politics.
The return of 1-ord Curzon to Eng-
land Is thought by many shrewd poli-
ticians to add a new element to the
political situation. It Is said that the
ex-viceroy of India, taking advantage
of the fact that he Is an Irish peer,
will stand for parliament and so re-
turn to the arena In which his first
triumphs were won. It was at one
moment thought possible lx>rd Cur-
ton would throw In his lot with Mr.
Chamberlain, but he has always been
• pronounced free trader, so It is more
probably that he will cast his great
Influence on the side of Mr. Balfour's
conservative free trade supporters.
for many, many years has cured
and continues to cure
Price, 25c. end 50c.
When Loubet Retiree.
When President loubet retires from
office nt the expiration of his return
The duration of the first shock was
six and a half seconds, and that of .. . .
. , . , . „ . „ „„.,rttr he will go to his little farm at Montel-
the second shock three and a quarter _ __ _ ®___v____________n,
seconds. The disturbance slightly
[ TIioBipiM'i Ey« Water
Writ# Isthsa Bickford, IH V tt, Wufelactaa. 9. O.
Save 910.- Per Cow
EVERY YEAR OP USE
Over All Gravity Setting Systems
And $3. to es. Per Cow
Over All Imitating Separators.
Now ia the time to make thia most
important and profitable of dairy farm
investments. Send at once for new 1909
catalogue and name of nearest agent.
In Be Unt Semutii Co.
Mandates 9 Canal Its.
14 Cortlsaet Strsel
damaged the walls of bouses.
St. Thomas, D. \V. L.—The officials
of the cable company here have sent
out a notice to the effect that cable
messages to and from the islands of
St. Vincent and Barbadoes, British
West Indies, are subject to delay. No
news lias been received recently from
McCALL IS DEAD.
End Came to New York Life Insur
New York, TVb. —John A. Mc-
Call, until recently president of the
Nt vv York Life Insurance Company,
died a! the Laurel house iii Lakewood,
N. J., where he hail been taken three
weeks ago in the horn- that the change
might benefit his health, which had
suffered a breakdown two months
ago. The news of the death was
given put bv the family until some
time after the end. Then Mr. Met alls :
son, John C. McCall, briefly an- j
“The end has come. My father has i
THEY PASSED ALL BIT ONE.
miar, where he w ill spend most of the
year, and the short time he will visit
Paris he will live in an unpretentious
apartment leased for $1,000 a year.
Seagull’s Heavy Banquet
Seagulls invaded a boatload of her-
ring at Nanaimo, Wash., while the
fishermen were away. When the fish-
ermen returned sixty had eaten so
much that they could not fly away.
The fishermen lifted them into the
water and they just managed to swim
to the shore, where they lay down to
recover from their dinner.
N. U.—WICKITA—No. 8—1906
DISASTROUS BUSH FIRES.
Sweep Australia Following D’ys of
Victoria. B. C„ Feb. 17—The steam-
er Arongi, which arrived from Aus-
tralia brought news of disastrous hush
fires in New South Wales, causing
Immense loss of farmers and others,
practically desolating hundreds of
miles of territory. Thousands of
quail and rabbits were dead In
the path of the fire and considerable
stock was burned. About 300 squar •
miles were burned over In llic Forbes
district. Many deaths resulted from
heat prostration incident to the hot
wave which caused the fires.
The thermometer registered 121 de-
grees fur days.
Pearling lias declined so miirli in
Governor Pennypceker's Reforms Had
Very Good Luck.
Harrisburg. Pa.. Feb 17. — Both
branches of the Pennsylvania legisla-
ture finished the work of the special
session, and will adjourn. All the leg-
islation advocated by Gov. Penny-
packer. except the state service bill,
which failed in the house, has pass
Miners Lead*rs Arrested.
Denver. C'olo., Fell. 20. — Charles
Moyer, pr* sident of the Western Fed-
eration of Miners, and Charles D. Hay-
ward. seeretarv were arrested on a
charge of complicity In the murder
of Former Governor Steunenberg of
Idaho. The arrest was made at the
request of the Idaho authorities ami
an officer is here from Idaho to take
the men to that state.
BIG STRIKE SURE TO COME.
New York, Feb. 20.—"The most Im-
portant of all mu stUms considered by
the miners' committee was the black-
list situation. The revelations made
concerning the sudden reinstatement
1)> the employers of the three black-
listed men In the Panther Creek dis-
trict has uncovered a very Important
the Torres straits, according to a dts \ phase of the controversy, anil is said
A Serious Hereditary Trouble Cured
By Dr. Williams’ Pink Rills.
Sufferers from ailments that have af-
flicted in regular succession one genera-
tion after another of their family are, ns ,
not ' ft ru'°* inclined to submit to them as in-
evitable. Tlierase which follows proves
that such hereditary difficulties are not
beyond the reach of curative forces and
should inspire hopefulness und a readi-
ness to try remedies that have effected
signal cures, such as that which is here
Mrs. Elizabeth Rannells, of No. 409
East Seventh street, Newton, Kansas,
gives the following account of her ml*
uieut and her cure:
"Fortwoyears 1 suffered from ntrying
nervousness in my lower litulis from my
knees down, ns niv mother nod mv
grandmother laid suffered before me.
| The situation was for many years ac-
cepted ns unavoidable because heredi-
tary. But about two years ngo,when my
sun was realizing benefit from the use of
l)r.Williams' I’ink Pills, I thought there
might possibly 1*) some good in them for
me. My trouble laid then become so
serious as to make it difficult for me to
sleep. I often had to walk the floor in
restlessness the whole night. Aftertnk-
iug some six boxes the twitching disap-
peared and I eettsed to use the remedy. 1
1 evidently stopped a little too aoon for
nervousness came baric after a mouth or
so and 1 used the pills again for a short
time. Relief came nt once nnd since I !
stopped using them the second time I
liuve been free from any return of the
twitching* or from any interference with
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have rnred 1
the worst eases of bloodlessiiesH, indiges-
tion, influenza, headaches, lumbago, sci-
atica, neuralgia, nervousness, spinal
xvcaknessand the special ailments of girls
and women. For further information,
address the Dr. Williuius Medicine Co.,
Schenectady, N. Y.
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
three great pursuits
have again shown
wonderful result* on
FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS
OF WESTERN CANADA.
Magnificent climate—farmers plowing in thel*
shirt sleeves in the middle of November.
"All are bound to be more thar pleased wltfc
the Anal results of the past season * harvest.''—
Coal. wood, water, hay tu abundance— school^
ehun-bes, markets convenient.
This is the era of tl.00 wheat.
Apply for information to Superintendent ot
tnuniirriilion. Ottawa, Cunada, or to authorized
Canadian Covcrnmont Agent—J. S. Crawford,
No. 125 VV. Ninth Street. Kansas City, Missouri
(Mention this paper)
LUU. TKATUt M ttCTXll
or pMMwan Ha COHOl
KAW3A3 CITY, Mo. f»«»s»nori« t *t.XrUmi*)|
. ..CURE THE GRIP
IN ONE DAY
HAS X0 EQUAL FOR HfAGACHE
IS GUARANTEED TO CURB
GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AHD NEURALGIA.
1 won't *»ll Antl.Grt.ln. to a 'Wler who won't Gnwr ..ten
It. Call for vour IIONBY BAC K. IF IT DOX’TCVIE.
F- B. Viewer. Jf.!>.. Manufacturer,Sprfngfield, Mm.
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A Special Representative Wanted
(Man or Woman.)
Best of references required. Address
H. S. HOWLAND,
1 Madison Avenue, - - New York Cirr.
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Your farm pays for itself
In the Southwest.
patch by the Artmgl. Unit the indus-
try may be abandoned. Australian
legislation, low prlren fur pearl shell
and high wages are given us the r< i
'son for the stoppage of the Industry.
About 80 luggers and four schooners
were engaged In pearling In that dis-
Ed Rammel for Poatmastep.
Washington, Felt. 20.—Represents
live Campbell, of Kansas, has reeom
mended Kd Rammel for appointment
ns postmaster ill Coffeyvtlle, Kan., to
succeed George I. Harudullar, deccas
Washington. Feb 20 preliminary
statistics of petroleum refining In the
United States Issued bv the census
bureau fur the year ending December
31, 1904, show an Increase of 41 2 per
nut In the production of petroleum
since the 1900 ceniua.
A widow smiles
when she forgets.
by the miners to indicate that the
operators are preparing 'o deny un-
conditionally all the demands to lie
made on them.
"Among the miners In the Ashland
house there was an undercurrent
letling that a big strike was sure to
Is War Feared?
Helena. Feb. 2o. Adjutant Genernl
Anderson of the Montana National
guard received an Inquiry from the
quartermaster's department at Wash-
ington as to the equipment of the
regiment and also If. in the event of
hostilities, the n glmetit would be pro- I
pared for active sirvhe.
Naples. Feb. 20, - The activity of
Mount Vesuvius In Increasing. Loud
explosions are heard and Incandes-
ce ut stones are being thrown to a
height of 100 fe< t.
Storekeepers report that the extra
quantity, together with the superior
quality of Defiance Stan-h makes It
next to impossible to eell any other
As a rule, the longer the letter the
less there is in it.
A GCARANTKKO ('I RK FOR rtl.EH.
lubtn*. Uilnit. Ibreillng, I’mirudlnx Pile*. Pm*.
?!•(• Bff nuttiorUnl ft' refund money If l*A£0
UlNTMKNT fall* It* cure lb t tu 14 dtj* Sue.
The fellow w ho catches the biggest
fish realizes the haul of fame.
Important to Mothers,
Bxamlne carefully c*ery bottle of CASTOfit v,
s (sfn and sure remedy for Intaou sad children,
sad m« lk (1 It
la Vs* For Orrr 20 Vr*r*
The Laid tea U*r* Always Bought.
ntrv forttl* booIIom
§t u« buuthwtat
It is not an uncommon thing for a farmer in
the Southwest to pay for his farm in one year.
This could only be done where the crops are
big, the prices good, and the land inexpensive.
Precisely these three conditions exist in the
Southwest. Good rich land can be bought for
a small part of what land costs in your locality.
This land will yield 50 bushels of corn to the
acre, 30 bushels of wheat, 90 bushels of oats,
as a regular thing. The average prices of
grains sold by farmers in the Southwest during
the past five years was higher than the prices
secured by farmers in your neighborhood.
Under such favorable conditions, the South*
west farmer is bound to prosper.
Now Is your opportunity
to exchange your few acres at home for a bigger
and more productive farm in the Southwest. You
can set I your present farm, pay off the mortgage anil
haveenougli left to buy a big farm in the South-
west that will make you independent in a few year*.
Write us what you want and we can place you in
touch with the very thing you are looking for.
T he M. K.. If T. Ry. Land Bureau is an oi,-;an-
ization of reliable men whose business it is to hu t
better location! lor those who want to improve
The MComing Country” Free!
T>w* "Oinlntf Country” U • Yrrjr
tt*h»<i Ui nttFi 1 y mm*1 dtvolotl to th« MouthRrnl. Thin
rubllo*!lo* «in p int > on coutlliiona t n thn S.-ulhwre*
f.i-uor thnn Bin thing Hint you mul<l r**nU. I'll bn nluat
to huYn th* I'uhtUhrr pluon your mui on tho lunlTm*
lUt umi Merit! you u fr#n ropy of thn pni nr mtulnrlf
for onn ynnr. Writ# to <luy whllr you think of It for %
frnn ropy of thn "Cotulnit Conulry, iml nvurythtn®
fmn **opr of thn ' r» iuing I'ouBtnr, _
util bn donu l» furnUU you with latloruiuUou ftboul tu*
In the pursuit of wea’-th wealth gen
erully mao ages to get Us Mini IM
8* 6* LANGSTON, Secretary. M. M. A T. Land Berea a,
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Pyne, William. Woodward Dispatch. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1906, newspaper, February 23, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951770/m1/3/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.