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NOT HURT MUCH.
Country Will Not Suffer to a
Groat Extent From tho
BRAD STREET SAYS
Better Crop Conditions Exist
Throughout Country Ttrhn
Report of Crop "Experts"
8how ad Increase in Prices
- WilUNearly Equalize Loss.
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VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1901.
VOL. XX. NC
least CI cents per bushel being re
alizetl this year, which, applied to
a loial yield of 1 MO.000,000
hushols, Would not n total return
of mIkuu 8715.00O.COO thU year,
against (,751,000,000 n year ego, a
decrease of only 830,000,000, or
lere,thnji C pt-r cent
FIRE AT WAGONER.
The Saying Olllce, a Grocery Store
and Meat Alnrkrt Destroyed.
Friday night' about 11 fire broke
out in the ofllco of tho Daily Buy.
ings at Wagonor a wl destroyed tho
entire plant together with tho gro.
eery fltoro of Geo SchaiTer and the
Wlllirord meat market, the latter
in the eamo building with the
Sayings and the former In hn ad.
joining building. The origin of
n..Jf.l.nn.t. tniti1'l Iia Irt11nuinn
.UIOH.lltir. B .OCUOU ..o .u..u.,...b n .,. .! ,u !..
bulletin Friday on the orop eondl- " ' T' I C I
MUM Will WW l lW JlJ -
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CCP RICMTO &.C.
a . r cr irtliwi rv
i trtc lirtUf n
i i h1 i 4 twfliuiilni
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I i jficy U furiiiiiPtftji.
t rruij. tl a
lit' &S0""""""-Hew York
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yai w ? mzi
(Juii-k. Sure, Pleasant.
t)3os not Nniiscatc.
m Fur Sale I
P,U.MUO and positively heals
we oik lmnuretl neau oi cot.h iur
numbers to Kill and on easy terms.
several two-year-old bulls. Ifjou
little groM going to waste and
feed In propct here is an opnor-
turn it to profit. dI3wtf
OMN FRANKLIN, Vlnltn, 1. 1.
: ,1 Bft
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K- i i IiUHki
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cuts, wounds, scalds,
bruisws, bums, sores
tings, etc , and doe
positively and per
tuausiitly cure the
1'i.rly years ago the first box was
'ur sale by the (yeflt.Oeiman pity
Dr Sclilcs. Today there are
if it sold than of any other healing
rut It is tho great antiseptic re-
ami curing household salve of
Hjuntry No other equals it. It
t cuts at your dealers or by mail
. Tins is remedy thrt will pay
sit. pilars and sue suiTcriug bj
tt W Uy in your house, for
9 oltftrsciir when if Itutaut
"$iil$IAiiik0T " ProPer' re
aufTeilni' MHMHBun nerhnns
t tuade iiiceb'iary delay and
( i box at once and insist on
ir' Or r in nn nlvv.
ianiifftv "Jug Co,
r Cltlcairo. two .
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lions throughout the country
Ltito advices as to tho probable
corn crop yield and us to the re
sulting (fleet upon the general
business ol the country havo made
for a rathor saner view of the nub
jeot than could have been taken
some six weeks or two months
ago, when the intense dry heat
wavo prevailed and when crop ex.
perls raged up and down Hie land
seeking what they could destroy.
With the greatest respect for the
aforesaid crop authorities, it might
bo added that the corn crop suffer
ed aevercly at their hand: but the
fortunate combination of plentlouB
raina and not loo hot growing
weather Bince that time have quite
perceptibly repaired some of the
damage which the crop differed
from various sources in the fever
ed days of July.
1( was with the idea of golllng a
clearer view of the actual situation
in tho doting week of August Hut
Bradelreel'a sent inquiries to all
Hi offices and correspondents, not
only in tho surplus, corn growing
states, but in the lending middle
and southern Males as well, Tills
Inquiry contained questions as to
the probable yield as compared
with a year ago, the price being
paid on the farms for old corn now
as compared with a year ago, tho
situation as to tho wheal yidd, and
the probable effect of the crop out
turn upon the course of general
trade tho coming fall and wn er.
Touching tho question of ultl
male yield it must, nf course, be
kept in mind that estimates as to
tho probable out-turn" mado now
must be in a high degree tentative,
because of the fact that the harvest
ia still some weeks away and the
prospect of further improvement
In plant conditions may be bal
anced by early frost. The latter
leature, in fact, renders the weather
conditions during the next two
weoks of more than ordinary inter
The general tenor of the report
as a wholo is quite favorable.
ThU was true of places where the
plant was not so far gone ob to be
beyond help and even where this
latter condition existed the tiled
of timely moisluro upon the other
crops has been so good as to do.
servo special notice.
A consolidation of the replies
from the eoveral surplus elites of
Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Illinois,
Missouri, Indiaha and Ohlo,'per
centageaof increase or decrease by
stales being based up'on the report
ed ylnlde as indicated by the tie
partment of agriculture, point to a
reduction in the yield of those
states of not far from 630,000,000
bushelB from a year ago, Smaller
decreases aro likewise indicated
in the smaller corn producing
BtateB, like Texas, Tennessee and
Kentucky, sufficient to swell the
shortage by perhaps 25,000,000
Against this is to be noled Iniger
productions in such stales as New.
York, Maryland, Virginia ond
South Ddkota, which, while not
aulllcleut to offset these decreases,
still limit the falling off, bo that a
shortage of u'ot to exceed 075,000..
000 buBheUinJhocountry'a total
orop is lo be looked for. The con
tinuance oi the improvement noled
In the late planted corn crop, with
the holding off of frost, may still
further operalr to enlarge the total
yield. On the face of the relume,
Without, Rpndoring a Decis
ion In Frcedmon -Injunction
POINTS AT ISSUE
Nol Reached, and Dawes Commis
sion will Continue to Enroll
Krecdmen I'ending.tho Ruling
of tho Court pnvDejjiurrer a
BUILDING AGAINST TIME.
Red Pork Town Loltera Hustling
hu. t printing plant who Valued at
about 84,000, and was iniurcd for
about 81,700. Tho iowt of Mr.
Solioffer will probably reach 82,
500, insuranco nol known, and the
Willlford meat market stands for
8400 or 8500.
Tho building acaupiet) by the
Sayings and Willlford meat market
was owned by Ed Lee tf this city,
who left for Wagoner this morn,
ing, beforo wo could ascertain the
amount of hiA lofs or insurance.
Tho Si vinga was ono of the bent
equippeanenopoper offices inlhe
territory, and was odablithed
eomo six years ago by R. S. Davis
and J. O. B. Lindsey. Later on
Mr. DavIs 6old out to a gentleman
from Arkanfns, who in turn Bold
to Mr. Liudeey, and 'ho hitter has
carried on the bueinors iince that
time The paper lias had a fairly
good patronage from the people of
Wagoner and vi61nity and tho firo
will probably prove only a tem
porary cmharassraent (j Iho pub.
ANOTHER COAL ROAD.
Construction Work to Begin In i Pew
Days on 5liawnce-Red Pork Line.
The expected demurrer of tho
Government's attorney as lo the
jurisdiction of tho court, in the
Prcedmens injunction suit oalled
before Jodgo Gill at Muskogee
Wednesday, was entered at Iho
morning session and the arguments
of counsel on the important point
were not completed when court ad
District attorney Soper will com.
pleto his argument this afternoon
when a ruling from tho court Is
The first clash of counsel follow
ed the motion of attorney Soper lo
hav9 tho.name "Cherokee nation"
stricken from tho complaint, on
tho grounds that they wero not a
party plaintiff and could only bo
brought in on order of the court
after tho showing of just causo, in
a caso instituted by other parties
Tho motion was sustained by the
court mid (he uume ordered strick
en from tho complaint.
The dtmurrer ns to the courts
jurisdiction was then entered by
attorney Soper, n ho supported it
in a lenghty argument, on tho
ground that the power invested by
-Congress to the Dawes commission,
removed that body from the courts
Judge John It. Thomau'and Win
Tliero is a hot fight going on at
Red Fork, four miles south of
Tulsa, where the big nil well whb
recently discovered. The town
waa nut named in tho Creek treaty,
Htitl eomo parlier. are trying to al
lot tho land and clear it of houses.
Others who havo invested in town
lots are taking out incorporation
papers, and have contracted for
enough houses to be built in the
next twenty days to houso 200 per
sons, tho number required by law
before a town in the territory onn
A bank has bcon organized with
825,000 capital, nil subscribed, and
negotiations are being conducted
for a refinery and a pipe lino sys
tem. An organization has been
effected and chartered for the man
ufacturo nf vitrified brick. A
5,030 barrel oil tank has been con
tracted for. Twenty-six new
houses were cmtracted for yester
day, and lun.ber la being rushed
to the towneite from all tho neigh
boring towns. Three new wells
nre going down at Tulsa, -and two
at lied I'Ork.
Operators will not allow any In
formation given out as to the ca
pacity of any wells thes far drilled
on account of'lho Ihieslened in
crease in the appiaisement of the
real estate by the Government.
Is Tho Ultimatum Issued by
Senator Burton to Cy
Outs on Question of Federal
Patronage, and aai
no Vacant Snaps in
Territory, no Oolrrbrol
in Sight. V lA.
Is the Best One on Earth.
T. Hutching replied in fpro-irtiffM .but wtijj,e thp perpnai
Tulsa, I. T , Aug 29. Work on
the Shaueo-Red Fotk railroad will
begin in a few days. Freeman J.'
Short, tho chief promoter, has ar
rived with Ids farail; riom OUlooga
ami will make Tuisa his residence
during tho construction of the road.
The bonds amounting to $1,000,000
havo all been sold, and the money
is in tho hands ol a trust company,
roady to be paid out as the work
The line Kill' run from Red
Fork, I.T., lo Shawnee, Ok., with
a fifteen mile feeder running Irom
Red Fork to Mound?, where tho
company has valuable leases on
ooal lands that are said lo be prac
tically inexhaustible. The head
offices will bo established ard
maintained in Tulsa. Tho com
pany recently acquired tho old
Battle-Axe roadbed by purchase,
and had the franchise extended to
cover tho entire route.
Every difficulty in tho way of
constructing tho road has been
overcome, and the surveyors are at
work pulling the fiuitdiitig touches
on the blue prints of tho grade sur
veys. UNUSUAL DEMANDS.
arguments for tho plalntlii, con
tending that tho points at issue
wero clearly within the jurisdic
tion of tho court.
Court adjourned until Thursday
at tbi conclusion of Attorney
Interior Department Wires Ousted
Commissioner to go to Work.
TowDsite Commissioner Smyaer,
of the Choctaw ruition, who, as the
nation's commissioner, was ousted
from offico for refusing to obey the
mandates of the Secretary of the
Interior, has been reinstated by
A federal commisiion was wired
him yesterday which he accepted.
He will not represent his nation
Li Z "VflWWS
"-. snas Just unloaded
Leltlgli ninera Petition Company to
Discharge all Union flcn.
South MoAlester, I. T.. Aug.
28.Employefl of the Atoka Coal
and Mining o"mpanyat Lehigh,
in a -meeting assembled today,
voted" to request tho management
to discharge all miners belonging
to the miners' union, alleging that
union then were a menace to the
welfare of the coal company and
non-union employes and that in
their opinion if union men were
not discharged they wfll soon or
ganize another strike It Is not
known as ytt what action the com
patjy will takovln the premise.
TWO HELLO COMPANIES.
Territorial Charters Issued to Rival
Talk Llnesat lloba'rt.
The preliminary skirmish in the
Froedmen Injunction Suit was
brought lo a close Thursday at
tho conclusion of district attorney
Soper's argument, by Judge Gill,
who announced that he would
take the demurrer entered by the
government's attorney under ad
After (he courts announcement
the allornoya for the Cherokee's
requested that ho direct the Dawes
commiBBion not to enroll any other
Ireedmen until ho had rendered
his decision on the demurrer. Ae
this was virtually a temporary in
junction the request was denied.
The sudden termination of tbe
hearing prevented tho points at is
sue being reached in the hearing,
and no further action can be taken
until alter the question of the
courts jurisdiction is passed upon.
The Dawes commission will con
tinue to enroll Iho freedmen pend
ing the courts ruling, and unless
the Cherokee nation can bring tho
fraudulent rolls into court the po
sition of the fredmen ia practi
Tho pending ruling will be
awaited with Intense interest,
throughout tho nalloo, as 2588 al
lotinents are directly dependant
upon it. It Ib generally known
that (he rolls have been packed
through themoel palpable perjury,
and unless tho matter can be
brought into cqurt there will be no
abatement to the wholoiale fraud.
representative of the Secretary of
the Interior. He has promised to
bo good in tho future never again
to act in a naughty manner and
td do just what he is told without
On receipt of his commission
the reinstated official appologised
to his nation in a column, and then
some letter, tor accepting it, and
told them what a nice papa Becre
tary Hitchcock was, and how he
had learned to love him. Let the
good work go on, whether via men
or the nursery.
nowever, a yield of not less Uiau
1,400,000,000 bushels ia indicated
(or 1001, a decrease of about 30 per
cent from a year ago.
Rejiltos lo the question pf farm
prices bring out
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b., i,. g-wmm mm tan ..saw ? iMrjiH. r -r
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jill.l IM MM. 'in ifiiiiw.hiw
TCTtJ!! JWSBSSES SSH
Of World's Fair Uxecutlvc
The national representatives on
the Executive Committee having
In IJchargo the representation of
the Indian Territory at tbe Louisi
ana Purchaso Exposition to be
held in St. Louis in 1003, are ap
I j the Creek Nation. George
McLagan, Okmulgee; J, M. Hall,
Tulsa; Dr. Hamilton, Holden-ville.
Chickasaw Governor Johnson;
Sidney Suggs, Ardmore; Calvin
Grant, Pauls Valley.
Seminole Gov. J. T. Brown;
Satakwa, D. L Long, Wewoka;
M. P. Mannville, Wewokee.
Obootaw Governor Dukes; J.
J. McAlester, MoAlesler; Mr.
Cherokee Chief Buffington; J.
S. Stapler, Tahlequab; J. W. Mc
Washington, D. C Aug. 20.
Unless u mutual agreement can bo
reached belwoeu Senator J. R.
Burton and Cyrus Leland over the
question of Federal patronage in
Kaunas Ihnro will bo no appoint
ments in O10 stato until after con
At present there ia a bilter con
tost on hand which foreshadows an
opon rupture between the eonalor
and President McKlr.ley, It
I arises from the question of tbe re
appointment of Cy Lsland as pen
sion agon, at Topeka,
Mr. Burton would reluctantly
consent to Leland's reappointment
provided it is understood in ad
vanco, that Leland will stop med
dling in Kansas appointments dur
ing the remainder of this adminis
tration; otherwise Senator Bnrlon
propoees to contest Leland's con
firmation in the senate
In the meantime all Kansas ap
pointments are hung up high and
dry. The term ol tbo United
States attorney for Kansas expired
six weeks ago and yet no successor
has been appointed. Ten days
ago Mr. Leland's commission was
made out and forwarded to Canton
for reappointment ob pension agent
at Topeka. This appointment 1b
Last week sonator Burton visit
ed -tho presidential Cauton-and1?)-- -
went over the entire situation. It
is understood that the president
Insisted upon the reappointment
of Mr. Leland prior to the appoint
ment of a United States attorney
or marshal in tbc state. Ho also
inelsts upon assurance from the
senator that Mr. Leland would
receive no opposition from him
when his nomination was sent to
tbe senate for confirmation. If
senator Burton complied with
these requests then his candidates
for United States Attorney and
marshal would bo appointed.
It is understood that the senator
demurred. He was willing that
Leland should bo appointed, but
only with the distinct understand,
ing that he waa to bo a political
nonentity so faraa federal appoint
aients went in the Sunflower state.
The president was unwilling (o
give this assurance and so the mat
ter rests in an unsettled and un
IT PAYS FARMERS
TO BUY THE BEST.
long as common !
. . "&
Coupon Clipping ContegjL
Wc will give that beautiful Buck's
the girl under 14 years of ngc who savej
our ads containing Buck's trade .mark
until November 3d, so work hard and you may wiu
fjkve from n$Nt.
Darrough Hardware Co.
VS9SI, SVVSV. SV. 1
Dawes Commission Proceed to Port
Qlbson to Resume Work.
FLAGS THE COIN.
Town Lot Payments to go Through
Indian Agents Olllce.
Guthrie, Ok , Aug. 20 A tmi
torial oharler was Uened today In
tho Hoharl Tli phone numpany of
Hobart. The capital stook Is 810,
000. Tho directors are: Geo. 8.
Uovey, Horlon, Kaa ; Ed T Let
son and H. A. McOinnis, Hobart,
Ok. A territorial chatter was is-
. lani 1 uni -. i siimi k . I .. .. . . wrt m
"-j -.. I".vpii "yyj uViUM Mi H" llw rein. t m
t-... ....t. .; riirnhit
.-Hbj rMaa-BBMawBnir"p..iii fu? w . . -flbA-ani' a-smr -i " -Kflaw-T
llfar. "iryl ip. Twb osnt l) WSSwmUmkUi.filllkMmm
. , t 1 " X-wer 7KM-Bisn' ' " ' jr wismkTBiM
e&, 4$mW$$WW!' f JPwrliW WPPff
i'. autJ 'I 1 i A .. sn . f
Hereafter all payments on town
lots eitroule to SI, Louis will go
through Indian Agent euaenfelt'B
Tho official currency way station
has been elabliahedon iho requo s
of the Indian agent that the nEsltl
anttreoeureratSt Louis refuse all
payments, except those forwarded
through his olllce.
Tho currcqoy tjme card as pub
llshod n tho Curlia act, does not
ention tbe now loon station. It
oifiQ as to timoawyivfrt1
cut routo to the Jgmm
NINETEENTH ANNUAL STATEHENT
The Kansas Mutual Life InstHfe.
JANUARY 1st, 1901.
At the conclusion of tbe Freed
men injunction suit at Muskogee
yesterday the members of the
Dawes commission in attendance
departed (or Fort Gibson, where
they will continue enrolling freed
men pending the decision of tbe
court, They will remain in that
city for a month and then oome to
Vinita for a month's sojourn.
Cherokee Crop Report.
The following report of crop con
ditions in the Cherokse nation has
been issued from the Oklahoma
Over the northern portion local
sjiuwere on tho 22od revived vege
tulion; good prospects fr second
crop uf eairj-y cut grasp; fruit In
good condition land ripening.
Over tho central portion plow
fug is progressing very slowly
hay crop suorl; vegetation diiod
Over the soylhern portion cut
ton was opetmupatid picking bo
gun; crop wlllUa sborl; the cotton
and lale potatoes need rain; fod
der pulling in proereea: very e'hort;
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vmlturj?. VtrV!. tt nwiitociiio.Kit
aNfx,"SAar 1 TAmB'tm
WIMV MFf. K tSi ti-nvln.
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OTmWrt, a'tA. j) "uvi t it
V& ftv ', J w ui U Cj
"lap i"." ..-
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. , utifrcMi At n'
. First Mortgages 011 Real Estate, liouds, Lo34jRr
Policies Assigned, and other Assets -J
Cask in Banks
. - V
es , , rr
Policy Reserves (Actuaries' 4 per cent Interest)
Premium Paid in Advauce and Other Liability, -
Surplus to Policy Holders,
I Vatd iity-lMJen in Death Claims. Vivuieinit, and $'"
The Commercial National bank
of Muskogee, I. T., has been Bold
and reorganized. President Geo.
Williams, Cashier Lewis Winston,
Vice President Blackmore and Di
rectors P. J. Byrne and J. M.Giv
ina disposing of their stock to D,
H. MIddleton, O. W. Turner, T.
P. Smith, W. N. PatterBon and W.
O. Jackson, In the reorganiza.
tlon D. II. Middlelnu was elected
prosident, C. W. Turner, vice
predident, and David N. Fink, of
Grove, I. T., caBhier. It was da.
cidrd that Cashier Winston con
tinue in the discharge of hja duties
for on indefinite lime, 'for the
reason that Cashier Fink was re
oently elected cuahler oi the First
Natiqnalbaak at Miami, I. T.
gjjgtb. thUw l(rgressli!.
, .'WrlsMal 16th Cljuflluw Oklahoma
AVuVt tatfwy, have annqancwl ilae.
compiqllun of iia robUfd (rorti
Wenlbcrford lo JJIk UHj, jarvUtati
tljftt Jth wmHw ,rltMi .t
nai 01 at i,i, tHettmclnv 'jri.t k l
lA'ttitr.d' ', , I , CUV t'jj )a4 a
OAINS MADE IN 1900
Cam 11$ Surplus
Gain iw lucerne
Gain in Assets
Gain tn Amount on Deposit witfi the State . .
Gain m insurance in hone
Surplus to Policy Holder, January , 1901 . .
Amount on Deposit with the State, January , gai
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Insurance in Jorce January ,goj
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JOS. P. SCOTT, General Agent, Vinita. Ind, Ter.
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