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Two Thousand People Wit
nessed the Field Meet,'
STILLWATER IS SECOND
Territorial Records Were
Broken by Edmond Man.
Guthrie. O. T., Ivlay 27. About ,2.000 peo
ple witnessed the inter-collegiate field
and track meet here today in which Okla
homa universities won the athletic cham
pionship of Oklahoma over the agricul
tural and mechanical college, of Still
ivater, the Central State Normal school,
of Edmond: the Northwestern Normal
school, of Alva, and Kingfisher college.
The university secured 49 points, the A.
and JL college 47, the Central Normal
school 29 and Alva 2.
The territorial records on hammer
throwing and the shot put were broken
by Campbell, of Edmond. Darling, of
the university, won tho all-round medal,
taking five firsts and one second in six
events, making a total of 28 points. The
track was muddy and slow.
The crowd In Guthrie today to witness
the inter-collegiato contests was not as
large as expected because of the con
tinued rain during the forenoon. Still
water sent in a delegation of 400 and
Edmond claimed 31G by actual count.
About 200 came in on the morning train
from Norman and tlparty from King
fisher was about fifty less. All of the
trains brought people, but there would
have been many more if the weather had
All the forenoon people gathered in
houses or under the awnings along the
business streets. The,Edmond band, with
its uniforms of bright red, went up to
the Territorial building about 11 o'clock
and stood under tho awning of the up
per porch while they serenaded Gover
nor Ferguson and the other territorial
officers. Tho drums were partly soaked
with water, but the band gave some
excellent music all the same, for which
they were loudly cheered by the people
on the streets.
Tho downpour of rain ceased about the
hour of noon and soon the sidewalks on
tho business streets began to be filled
with peoplo and the college colors were
peon everywhere. Kingfisher displayed
the olive and green, Oklahoma univer
sity the crimson, Central State normal,
Edmond, bronze and blue; the A. and M.
college, at Stillwater, showed tho orange
and black, while Alva flaunted the red
By 1 o'clock the sun began to give an j
occasional peep from behind the clouds, !
and an hour later people made up their
minds that the contests would be carried
out as per program and soon loaded cars
were pulling out for the Driving park
on the Denver, Enid and Gulf and the
streets leading to the grounds were filled
Of course there was enthusiasm, as
there always is where college students
are assembled. The various events in
the field caused groat cheering and the
victors were the heroes of the hour.
At the oratorical contest in the even
ing Norman still held the honors, ,T.
Walter Field, of the university, winning
Vigor and vitality aro quickly given to
the wholo system by Hood's Sarsaparilia.
TO BOOM TULSA
That Town Is the Canter of Specula
Interest Guthrie, O. T., May 27. Some of the
Oklahoma City town boomers are going
to establish another base of operations
at Tulsa, over in the Indian territory.
A charter was issued today to the Tulsa
Industrial Company, of Oklahoma City,
with a branch office at Tulsa. Tho capi
tal stock of the company is $25,000, and
the incorporators are Major Mobcrly. Iea
Van Winkle and J. A. Woods, all of Ok
Tulsa Is located In the northern part of
the Creek nation. It is the town that is
booming the building of the Midland Val
ley railroad, which Is going to take a
Ftraight shoot from that place to Wichita.
Tho road is now building into the city,
and last week sixty-five houses were
moved to givo the road a right of way,
and not a. single case of condemnation
It seems to be tho opinion of the Okla
homa town-builders that Tulsa has the
kind of men to build a city, and they are
going over to get in on the ground floor.
Tho Tulsa Industrial company is orga
nized for the rurpose of buying and sell
ing real estate and Hying nut town lots.
Bears the The K.nd Yoa Haw AlwafS BOBghl
FLEECED A BOHEMIAN.
By an Old Scheme Confidence Men
Get the Cash.
Oklahoma City. O. T.. May 27. Two
confidence men succeeded yesterday in
separating a young Bohemian named An
ton Stasok from J5O0 in real money. Their
scheme was an old one. Stasok met them
by accident and the-y told him they were
putting in electric light plants and would
Rive him a job at Hinton, hut required of
him a cash bond as a part of the con
tract. He secured $500 from his mother
and put it up wth one of the grafters,
who made their escnpo with thc money
yesterday. Stasck reported thc case to
thc police last evening.
AS TO STREET ARABS
Oklahoma Has No Room for That Sort
Guthrie, O. T.. May 27.-Thc proposition
of agents of some of tho large eastern
cities to send street Arabs to Oklahoma
to secure homes, has aroused a good deal
of opposition here. Governor Ferguson's
reply to one of these agents may have
been a little severe, but it can be stated
.positively that tho people of Oklahoma
will back the governor if he can keep
these reople out of the territory.
Oklahoma ieople are firm believers In
AN ALARMING CASE
SEVERE TEST OF A BLOOD REM
EDY IN ERYSIPELAS.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Banish Pain
and Inflammation and Avert Peril
From -the Vital Organs.
Erysipelas or St Anthony's fire Is a
most uncomfortable disease on account
oi the burning, the pain and the dis
figurement and It is attended always by
the danger of Involving vital organs.
The case which follows will be read
with great interest by all sufferers as it
affected the whole body, and refused to
yield to the remedies prescribed by the
physician employed. The victim, Mrs.
Ida A. Colbath of No. 19 Winter street,
Newbury port, ilass., was in fact com
pletely discouraged when she began the
course of treatment which led to her re
covery. "In June of 1903," she says, "I was
taken ill with what at first appeared to
be a fever. I sent for a physician who
said I was threatened with a dangerous
and lingering sickness. He prescribed for
me, but his medicine had no perceptible
effect. One day he pronounced my dis
ease chronic erysipelas and said It would
be a long time before I would be up and
"Inflammation began on my face and
spread all over my body. My eyes were
swollen and seemed bulging out of their
sockets. I was in a terrible plight and
suffered the most intense pain through
out my body.
"The doctor said my case was a very
severe one. Under his treatment, how
ever, the inflammation did not diminish
and the pains which shot through my
body increased In severity. After being
confined to bed for two months under
his care, without any improvement, I
decided to get along, for a time at least,
without any physician.
"A few days after I had discontinued
the services of a physician, a friend from
Maine, who was visiting me, spoke very
highly of Dr.. Williams' Pink Pills for
Palo People, and, on her advice, I bought
a box, but with little confidence that
they could help me when a doctor had
failed to do any good.
"I began to take the pills, however,
two at a dose three times a day. After
the second box had been used I was sur
prised to notice "that the inflammation
was ging down and that the pains
which used to cause mc such agony had
disappeared. After using six boxes of
the pills I was up and around the house
attending to my household duties as well
as ever. I am profoundly thankful that
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were ever
brought to my attention and am always
ready to tell anyone what they have done
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure all dis
eases springing from an impoverished or
vitiated condition of the blood, such as
anaemin, rheumatism, scrofula. They
make pale complexions ruddy and are
the best of tonics in all cases of debility.
They are especially helpful to women
whose health is so closely dependent on
the state of the blood. They are sold by
all druggists throughout the world.
the quality of blood, and for tho same
reason they buy tho best bred hogs, cat
tle and horses. They think that the expe
rience of other western communities has
shown that most of tho street Arabs sent
to the west are bad blood, and that it is
about as difficult to make good citizens
of them as it is to make a fine roadster
out of a woods colt or a fighting cock
of a dunghill rooster.
If there is an attempt to unload a por
tion of the surplus kids of large cities
of tho cast on Oklahoma it will be ascer
tained to what extent the authority of
the governor may keep them out.
NOTES FROM TONKAWA.
University Preparatory School Closes
Tonkawa, O. T., May 27. Miss Edna
Greer from Edgewood, who will grad
uate from the commercial department
June 10th, has been offered a position at
J5.00 a month as stenographer in Del RIo,
Texas. Miss Grcef has been making a
specialty of Spanisn during tho year and
soon will have plenty of opportunity for
making practical use of what she has
Jewell and Guy Fisher enjoyed a visit
from their mother and older sist cr from
Gladie over Sunday.
The students who are to appear on the
various programs commencement week j to him to report immediately to the de
are now more than busy working up their j partmcnt what assistance he needs in the
respective numbers. All the members of way of men and money. During a trip
the musical organisations are doing their
best toward making a creditable showing.
Itena and Frank Warren .two first year
students enjoyed a visit from their father
T). 11. Warren from Newkirk the first of
Miss Llllie Patterson, who has been
teaching a rural school near Tonkawa
and who was a student early last year,
enroled Monday in the teacher's review
Mr. J. C. Bridges, director of orchestral
department, gave a clarinet solo, calvary, ! ,n cnecb. d mo presence or an active
In chapel Tuesday. Miss Goodman accom- enemv In thc shape of a large and rcd
panied on the piano. As usuel the rend!- d,sh brown an- Mr- Cook's Investiga
tion was line and the music was well t,onp Rhow that tncse ants sPrcad them
roceived. I sorves over fields of cotton four or five
Last Friday evening Miss Hall, teacher i t0 a p,ant and that they are constantly
of elocution, gave a recital in Billings.
j Sho reports a good house and an appre
The announcements of thc commence
ment exercises were sent out early this
week Tho general program is as fol
lows: Sunday, June 5, lPOi.
4:00 p. m.. Baccalaureate address Rev.
W. H.. Williams, Enid.
Thrusday, June 5.
9:C0 a. m., Athenion-Fergusonlan So
2:50 p. m., Base ball Ponca Indians vs.
u. p: S.
S:30 p. m.. Concert Music and Elocu
Friday, June 10.
0:00 a. m Graduating exercises (a)
from regular preparatory course; (.b) from
2:30 p. m., Field Day.
kOO p. m.. Meeting of board of regents.
S:S0 p. m.. Address by Hon. T. B. .Fer
guson, governor of Oklahoma.
10:0 p. m.. Banquet.
A tent Mxl20 feet has been secured fo
tho various programs of the commence
Graduates regular preparatory courts:
Fred L. Allen. Pearl Hutchins, George L.
Nuckolls, Edward P. Reed. Owen M.
Thomas; commercial courses, business:
H. Cowen. Kitty McQuirk. Xellie
p. Lena Towne. Fred L. Town, i
Edward Weigel; stenographic: Vivian '
Browning. John A. Carter. Otis Cross, '
Davis. Ben Fuller, Edna M
Just ask your doctor all about
it. He will tell you "It is the
best blood medicine you. can
possibly buy." tTSS,:
Farmers Hotel Burns and Two
DOOR TO ROOM LOCKED
Others7 Tried to Save the Vic
tims but Had to Flee.
Lawton. O. T.. May 27. At 2 o'clock
this morning fire broke out in the Farm
ers hotel. An hour later the charred
skeletons of John Brcnnan, Rock Island
foreman and Pat McCabe, section hand.
were taken from the ruins. Both were
old men. Other occupants narrowly es
caped without time to dress.
Frank Moore, a section hand, was in
jured seriously, and John Kelly, also a
section hand, was slightly hurt in try
ing to save Brannon. Brannon had dis
covered the flames and given the alarm
but was unable to get out of his room,
the door to which was locked. Kelly
and Moore broke the door in and dragged
Brannon a short distance when they
were compelled to flee for their lives
The pecuniary loss was light.
HASN'T BEEN SEEN
D. T. Dennis- Disappeared Suddenly
and a Mystery Exists
Guthrie, O. T., May 27. Hundreds of
people who attended the merchants' and
manufacturers' parade at Oklahoma City
on Wednesday of last week have scanned
the descriptions published of D. T. Dennis
and are trying to think whether they saw
Dennis was tho aajent for the M., K. &
T. railway and the American Express
company at liuthor, Oklahoma. He went
to Oklahoma City to see the show, and
sfnee that time has not been heard of.
Reports have been received hero that the
railroad and the express company have
examined Dennis' accounts and find ev
erything straight, and no cause has been
gven why he should absent himself.
feomc of the people in Oklahoma City
are beginning to bo suspicious that Den
nis was foully dealt with there, but the
police are unable to ascertain for a cer
tainty that he ever reached Oklahoma
City. Luther is a small town in the
northeastern part of Oklahoma county,
and young Dennis was hiffhly respected
by the people and neither his relatives
or friends are able to give any explana
tion of his disappearance. The disap
pearance Is as much of a mystery to the
people of Luther as was that of Brown
at Wichita, several years ago.
Nominated at Primaries
Guthrie, O. T., May 27. Tho Republican
central committee of Blaine county has
decided that county officers shall be nom
inated by the primary system. A com
mittee was appointed to draw up rules
and regulations to govern the primaries
which will be held In each township, on
the 17th of August, and on the 39th 'the
votes will be canvassed at Watonga and
the ticket announced.
Bears tho "Nia KM Yea Hays Always Bought
ENEMY TO BOLL WEEVIL
Ant Has Been Found in Guatemala
Which Eats Them
Washington, May 27. The department
of agriculture today announced that an
ant has been found in Guatemala that
is an effective enemy of the boll weevil. 7
It will be Immediately introduced into
the cotton states. The greatest signifi
cance is attached to the discoyery whicfi
was made by O. F. Cook, the botanist
In charge of tropical agricultural inves
tigations of the .bureau of plant Indus
try. Cabled instructions have been sent
in Central America last year Mr. Cook
discovered a cotton grown by Indians
which gave evidence of being immune
from the attacks of the bolf weevil and
on orders from the department he later
began an investigation In certain parts in
Guatemala and Mexico. Mr. Cook's In
vestigations have been in more or less
accessible regions in the province of Aka
Vera Paz, Guatemala. The weevils are
present there, but the investigations
show that they are unquestionably kept
engaged in the destruction of the boll
After a conference with Dr. B. T.
"Galloway, chief of the bureau of plant
Industry. Dr. O. Howard, chief of
the entomological division, and other ex
pert", Secretary Wilson today had a
special bulletin on the subject printed.
Among other things this bulletin rays:
"The ants, like the Indians, probably
came from the dry. open Interior plat
eau region, where the center of the abo
riginal cotton Industry of Guatemala is
still supported. To such an act of ori
irin to this useful infect would greatly
Increase'lbo possibility of Its introduction
Into the United States. The acclima
tization of a thoroughly tropical animal,
requiring continuous heat and humidity,
could scarcely be hoped for. If. however,
the cotton ant can survive a Ions:, dry
reason and perhaps cold weather in the
table lands of Guatemala, It might eas
ily lftarn to hibernate in Texas, as has
the boll weevil. The ant is much tetter
able to protect itae-lf against froft. since
it excavates a nest three or more feet
into the ground. Several have survived
confinement for twelve days without
food, and seem now to be thriving on ,
a. diet of cane Juice. To takt worker!
.. n tatth -ri!! h. evidently a- very
eaay matter; but to secure Queens and
PotahUsh eertnanent colonies may
quire considerable time and experiment
and a thorough tudy of all the bablts
of the species.
"Although cotton feems to be especially
.KianifMi to attract the ant by
. to attract the ant by means oi
its numerous neoUri. the Insect Is
not. like Mine of the member? of its
,mflnM! to alnele plant or to a 1
slngU kind of prey. It attacks and de- j
5troy insect of terry order. Including i
the henilptera nd ever, centipede. Oa
the other hand, it doe not do the leayt
Injury to the cotton or to any other
plant, o far as has been ascertained,
n it can b handled -with impunity,
trxTlaf- fiot mt the waspiab Ul temper
of so many of the stinging and biting
ants of the tropics. Since, where once
established, it exists in large numbers
and seeks its prey actively, it Is a much
more efficient destroyer of noxious in
sects than the spider or the toad. It
seems, in short, not nulikcly to become a
valued .assistant in the agriculture of
the tropical and sub-tropical countries, it
not In temnerato regions. The fanner-
has a new and practical reason to con
sider the ant."
TWENTY DELEGATES CHOSEN
Hearst is Endorsed and Kansas City
Stillwater. O. T.. May 27. At a conven
tion of the fusion forces held here twenty
delegates were selected to represent Payne
county at tho. territorial convention at
Anadarko next week. Hearst was unan
imously endorsed and the Kansas City
platform reaffirmed. John Foster will be
Payne county's candidate before the terri
torial convention for delegate to the na
tionalconvention and the delegation was
instructed to use their influence In secur
ing for him the, place.
Strong resolutions were adopted de
nouncing the actions of the Republican
party and Bird McGuire in not doing
something effective toward getting state
hood for Oklahoma.
Ten delegates were also chosen to rep
resent the county at the congressional
convention at Oklahoma City. .James I
Mathews, who is a candidate for delegate,
to congress, will head the delegation.
Considerable of a squabble prevailed when
an effort was made to instruct for
Mathews and it was finally agreed upon
to send a delegation uninstructed.
Uncle Jimmy Mathews is looked upon
as a frmidable candidate for congress by
reason of his party afiiliations. He has
always been a Populist, and that wing
of the fusion forces claim that it Is enti
tled to the nominee in this campaign.
He was also an active member in the
lower house of the last legislature and
was Payne county's representative in tow
former sessions. It is claimed for him
that ho is Oklahoma's pioneer green-
But the Payne coupnty convention fail
ed to instruct for him and now It appears
as if Bill Cross or Edgar Jones held the
upper hand. Bills' Bowles, speaker of the
last legislature, has many friends in
Payne county and may capture a part of
The convention also favred a change in
the territorial committee in order, It is t
said, to harmonize the Democracy. Jack f
Hartenbower was elected chairman of
tho Democratic county central committee
and Harry Donart secretary.
Several candidates have sprung into
prominence for the various county offices, l
James Springer, a young and pjopular
lawyer of this city has announced his
candidacy for probate judge. William i
Lauderdaio is looking for the county :
treasurer's olllce. Harry Jones, one of .
the cvounty commissioners, and a real J
Englishman, would like to represent
Payne county in the next legislature.
It was not decided when the county
convention will be held, but the leaders
say It will be very late. Those who claim
to know say that Payne county will be
won for the fusion forces although a
warm contest is expected.
Bears tho 9 WW W HaY9 Always B0!M!t
Signature SIX , V5TTI
MEETING JUNE 10
Annual Session of the Horticultral
Society Is Arranged
Newkirk, O. T., May 27. The annual
meeting of tho Oklahoma Historical so
ciety will be held at the society rooms,
Carnegio Library building, at Oklahoma
City, on Friday, June 10, 1901, at 2 p. m..
for the purpose of the election of a board
f directors for the current year and the
transaction of such other business as
may come before it. Editors contributing
the regular Issues of their papers aro
members of the society, and are urged
to be present, as tho work of the society
is dependent largely on their active sup
port. LINCOLN M'KINLEY,
LON WHORTON, Secretary.
STARTED A YARN
No Truth in Story That Rock Island
Owns the Land
El Reno, O. T., May 27. On account of
the selling of two Indian allotments the
other day, some Irresponsible person
started a yarn that the Rock Island Rail
road company had purchased the lands
for the purposo of erecting therpon
round-houso and repair shops. Hon. C.
O. Blake, attorney for the company, says
thore is no truth in tho story. The al
lotments aro both a long way outside
of the corporate limits of El Reno, and
should thc railroad company buy the
land for the purpose of. erecting shops
and a round-house it would bo of no
benefit to El Reno.
Struck By Lightning
El Reno. O. T., May 27. During a short
but very lively thunder storm this morn
ing the residence of Charley Standard,
register of deeds, was struck by light
ning and damaged to some extent. No
THAT FAMOUS FORTRESS.
It Is Known in Ceylon's History as
"The Lion Rock."
Chicago, May 26 Writing from Kan
dy, Ceylon, to a Chicago paper, Miss
Eliza R. Skidmore says:
"The famous fortress of Sigiri Is known
in Ceylon's history as "the Lion rock,"
taking its name from the colossal figure
of a Hon, whoso fore paws, resting on
tho guardhouse terrace, remain intact,
holding between the first long stono stair
case we had been regarding. After pass
ing up between the paws the king and
his train used to step Into an eaorrnous
Hon s mouth and wero not seen again
until they reached the top.
All the series of concealed staircases in
the body of th brick and cbunam lion
are gone, and only the deep groove and
sockets In the curved overhang of the
rock tell hom they were held faat. One
steps into and holds fast with his hands
to those grooves as he climbs, after he
has gone up the first long, rtralght lad
der and. one dizilly sloping ladder set
parallel with the face of the rock, through
ltf) feet of air to the level of the far
There are long. perprear grooves
where a tall portcullis worked up and
down and wa locked ft in deep -oek-
ets at this point, and where, on fc-ot ad
knee, one goes up over the mushroom
lower edge, holding to pHKht iron ban
as he lifts himself in air. Then poarUel
proves ia u,Wj...,.s a
ioouxg. wane nc u
fellows around and up on the rausarftom's
curve to a solid stoce staircase between
thick chutKim w&Jls.
Tho feet was done, as done walked
erect again, according to natares laus,
no longer emulating the Cy ith his
many fuekcred feet, and then the -wonder
came that the British government Jet
any one do It, freely, withoct molestation
ad without price.
When arrive at the ttcp Oi liit
The United States
V were organised in 1792.
The coinage of nickels was begun in
1866. The latest report from the
Mints shows that 445,841,054 nickels
have been coined since that time,
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staircase, one finds himself at the sum
mit, in tho citadel, and tho whole top
surface of the rock, less than an acre In
extent, is covered with stono foundation
walls and short flights of steps that run
in labyrinthine mazes here and there.
The few trees that show from below,
scant as tho hairs on Bismarck's head,
are venerable banyans when one stands
beside them and one picturesque tree
with a tangle of roots' and a massive
trunk stands by tho deep tank thirty feet
square and casts a grateful shade.
The banyan tree wrought the most
havoc in this great ruin, the loose brick
construction, without mortar or cement.
Inviting its snakeliko roots to writhe
through and wreck at will. The archae
ologists made quick work of all vegeta
tion, and have clearn away and thrown
over the steep cast side uncounted tons bf
brick, debris and dirt, and scraped the
whole ground plan of the king's palace
down to tho bed rock hard and clean.
There is a great granite throne or long
divan on tho east side, with thc sockets
showing where a pavilion stood covering
it or temporary staffs held a silk canopy,
an done can picture the parricide usurp
er. In all his jeweled splendor, reclining
there to enjoy the winter breeze and the
landscape, view. Whatever of wooden
walls and roof and partitions there wro
in the labyrinthine buildings of this cool
palace t In tho air, nothing rcmainod to
tell, and the most fascinating part of
archaeology tho guessing had a free
field in reconstructing Kasyapa's strong-
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Jt is all too picturesque, too Impossibly
romantic, too good to be true, this Lion
rock citadel, this great palace in the air.
this Slgirl. the fortress of sixteen centur
ies ago. It hill exactly satisfies one's
most Oriental imaginings, and tho sequel
of Slgirl. its last chapters, fits to the
sensational rock best of all.
King Kasyapa, having murdered hla
father by burying him alive, building
him into a wall, and having frightened
2ils half-murdered brother Into flight to
India, sat on thc rock with his great
treasure of ingots and jewels, and tried
to oao his conscience by pious works.
Ho built temples and dagobas al laround
the Lion rock. lie enticed holy men to
come there and ilve. The sound of prayer
and chant continually roso to his eyrie.
He took to religious occupations, to pen
ance, self-mortiiicatlon, and vowb of he
roic expiation, but his conscience still
pricked, and with the religious work tho
impious work of fortification and defenses
still went on. He talked peace, but ho
fortified his Manchuria all the while.
Tho brother gathered followera, camo
back to Ceylon and raised the standard
of rebellion, and fate had It In for Kasy-
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Corner Tenth and St. Francis Avcnua
aja, that, after securing himself on this
high and dry rock summit, safe from at
tack or siege, he should foolishly go down
to tho plain to give battle in peraon In
tho primitive way. Ills elephant stepped
asido to escape n mnrHny spot, his trxpa
look It as a movement of rotrat. threw
down their weairons and ran; and the
wicked king was slain by the avenging
brother, as he stood alon helpless in a
swamp. aftr all those years on the dry,
wind swept, well drain roekiummlt.
Fragments of bronio b'Ha and of pot
tery have been found, but no treasuro
has yet been chanced upon, although the
archaeologists cloecly examined every
basketful of rubbish hurlwl from the sum
mit and carried from the Krent etope of
debris covering thc cuardhouao" plateau
and the barrack terraces.
me women "bny nooks because they In
it." in thc bcok. cat