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I THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN
' fcHlEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1901. VOL. XX. NO. 5
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LAID TO REST.
Imposing Coromonios at
Commitment Services at
EVERY TRIBUTE PAID
The Memory of the Martyred Chief
by u Sorrowing Nnlion That
.Had Honored Him in Lifo
And'RevereB Him When Laid
in The Grave.
Canton, 0., Sept. 10. With ma.
jeetio solemnity, surrounded by
bis countrymen and hit) townspeo
ple, in the presence of the preei
dent of the United Stated, the cab
.net, justices of the United States
supremo court, senators and rep.
resentativos in congress, the head
ol the military and naval cetab
lishmunts, the governors of states
and a groat concourso of people
who had known and loved him, all
that is mortal of tho third preal
dent to fall by an assassin's bullet
was committed to the grave.
It was a epeclacloof mournful
grandeur. (Janton ceased to be a
town and swelled to the propor
lions of h great city. From every
city and hamlet in Ohio, from the
remote corners of the south and
from tho east and west the human
tide flowed into tho town, until
100,000 peoplo were within its
gates, hero to pay their last tributo
to the fallen chief.
The final scenes at the First
Methodist church, whore the lun
. oral service was held, and at the
beautilul Weetlawn cemetery,
where the body was consigned to a
vault, were simple and impressive.
Tho service at the church con
eisted of n brief oration, prayers
by the ministers of three dennmi-
s nations and ringing hy a quartet.
The body was then taken to West
lawnxemelery and placed in a re
ceiving vault, pending the time
when it will bo finally laid to rest
beside the dead children, who were
buried yeare ago. .
Tho funeral procession was very
imposing and included not only
the representatives oi the army
and navy of the United Scales,
but the entire military strength of
the state of Ohio and hundreds of
civio, fraternal aid other organi
zations. It was two miles long.
devoted to the services of Ills'
Wra. Mellette and J. B, Turnir
followod in brief, though touching
addresses. Mr. Melletto dwell
upon tbo dead president's person
ality and statesmanship. Mr.
Turner eulogized the man.
At the conclusion of the address
es the audience, Btanding and led
by the quarletto, joined in singing
"Nearer My God to Thee." The
words of the boautlful hymn that
had been the dying solaco of the
one whoso memory they had met
to reverence, seemed to linger on
the lips while tear-dimmed eyes
disclosed memory hovering at the
bedside in Buffalo.
The benediction was then pro
nouncod by Rev. 0. L. Browning
and tho assemblage returned to
their homes better (or tho day,
better becauso n christian chief
had set thorn a noble example in
Subject of Serious Consider
ation by The Present
CONGRESS WILL ACT
At Coming Session and at The Ex
pressed Wish of tho Adminis
tration Will Pass Much Need
ed Legislation to Straighten
out Territory Affairs.
Reviews material Benefit Resulting
From tho Late President's
Vinita turned out en mane last
Thursday, erd thronged tliecoUrt
house from door to door, to evi
dence their love for tho Nation's
m arty red chief, who was consigned
to earth at his Canton home yesterday.
It was as ympathotio audience.
As the eloquent words of tho eev
cral .speakers depicted in graphio
'phraao the departed one's oarly
triumphs eyes flashed hack a re
sponding triumph. When the
passing reference to the inhuman
being, that had stricken down
their chief, fell from tho lips of
the speakers, there was a tense
nese, n contraction ot features that
showed the still smoldering anger
that an intemperate word would
fan into an all consuming wrath.
It was when tho man, MoKin
ley wae refered to, that the heart
of the '.aeeemblage was laid bare.
Eyes dimmed aa the loving bus
band, tho perfect friend, the gentlo
nature were severally eulogized,
and bore mutely eloquent tribute
0 the place that tho stricken chief
- occupied in tho hearth of his poo
pi The services were impressive in
their Bimpncity. The venerable
D. W. C. Duncan occupied the
chair, and in a voice vibrating with
oraotiuu, in u few sympathetic
words announced the Bad cause
''that had called tho people of Vin
ita together, At the conclusion
of his remarks the weird wail of
tho funeral dirge eounde'd from the
reeds and brasa of tbo band and
found responsive chords in the
hearts of the large assemblage.
Then the beautiful hymn of Oar
dinai Newman's, "Lead Kindly
Light," was sung by a quartette
consisting of Miss Myrtle Crnokolt,
Mib. It. M. Swain, Meesra. R, I,
Blvkney and A- N- Brock.
A prayer, pregnant with pathos
and reverential tiubmission to the
Divine Will wntt then eald by tho
The address ol Rev. 0. L Brown
ing followed, in which the speaker,
alter a brief sketch of tho lid of
(he (lend executive, paid an trio
quent tributo to his Qod.like life
Dun's Review this week will say:
"When a great leader falls in
battlo his army grieves, but does
not abandon the attack. Rather it
is urged onward by a desire to ac
complish the task to which bis life
was devoted. Victories of poscn
are greater than thoso of war, and
no man Iibb been so conspicuously
associated with the industrial de
velopment of tho United States as
William McKinley. Facetious
comments on tho 'advance agent
of Prosperity' were turned to won
der and admiration by tho steady
Cains in business conditions.
"Instead of buying more loan
wo sold, foreign markets wsrn se
cured to such an extent that a fa
vorubio trado balance ot $650,000,-
000 was secured for tho last fiscal
year Instead of London and
Paris taking all the large bond is-
'sues offered, loans were placed in
New Ybrk.Tjeciiufe of tho abun
danco of funds available; even
British consols coming here re
cently. 'While achievements little short
of marvelous have already been
accomplished, the natural re
sources of the country are by no
means exhausted. It seems most
fitting at this time to look hope
fully into tho future and earnestly
continue the march onward and
upward under a new leader that
Wbb plannod and desired by the
one who wao taken away ere the
position was fully attained with
which hiB name will be always as
sociated in the minds of a grateful
and patriotic people."
SCAR FACE JIM DEAD.
ISpectal Oorrwpoucl-mee Dally Olilsftalii.l
Washington, D. 0., 8ept. 19.
The Buffalo statement of Presi
dent Rooeovelt, that his adminis
tratton would contiuue tho polioy
mapped out by President McKin
ley, 1b taken at the departments tn
mean more than simply a coulinu
ation of the great national policies
as outlined by the dead executive.
A high official of tho Intorior
Department has announced that
at the special request of President
Roosevelt Secretary Hitchcook will
retain his portfolio throughout the
Behind this there is a story
afloat in the department that radi
cal legislation will be passed by
congieeB affecting tho Indian tmi
lory and Oklahoma. Congress,
thoy say, favors a settlement of
tho unsatisfactory conditions now
existing, and tho influence of the
administration will be brought to
bear to make certain that there is
Tho undeveloped wealth of the
terntoty was the subject of much
thought by President McKinley,
whose great ambition was to push
the country forward to no unpre
cedented national development,
and It was ins expressed wish that
tho coming congress should re
move the obstacles that bavo pro-
vented the territory from taking
its plsco in the march of progrots.
That tlila Bmo course will bo pur
fcued by President RoOEevelt the
department officials lenl confident,
and intimate Hint Secretary Hitch
cock was so informed by the pres
ident when ho was requested to
remain at the head of the depart
There is no.doubt but that Okla
homa will be admitted as a Btate
by the coming congress, and tho
question of taking in the Indian
territory as a part of it is receiving
Thero is a certainty ol one thing,
and that is when congress ad
journs the present tangle in terri-
ritory affairs will ho straighled
out and the final settlement with
tho government will .be under way.
the temple of learning are given
by the retirin g Bludents ob follows:
"Trickle" is the principal count
in their indictment against tho de
serted institution, and "trickle"
smears the pages of their mournful
story from "klvef to kiver."
Their introduction to tbe ubiqui
tous "trickle," they claim, occurr
ed on the day of thoir arrival at
TahWquah, and "trickle" stuck to
(hem throughoutlheirstay, despite
their report to the authorities that
"trickle" was persona non grata.
They claim that "trickle" as a
counterpoise to assorted Hues of
bookloro unbalanced them com
pletely. While their heads were
developing bumps in spots their
anatomical equator waa Binking
inward toward tbe spinal- par
allel of longitude.
"Trickle" ad nausoam, tbey
claim, reigned supreme, when tbe
gong did sound thrice daily for
their assembling at their festive
A few "sinkers" moulded in ag
gravating form, like unto mother's
biecuils, skulked amongst tho Ar
ray of "trickle," but naught else
was allowed position.
A petition to the faculty resulted
in reprimands that failed to fill
tho enlarging void. Then rebel
lion followed. An ultimatum was
issued to tho pedagogues, to wit:
that they would not Bit at tbesamo
table with "trickle."
As a consequence thr.y were es
corted to tbo Btage, that bumps to
and from the railroad, and prop
erly tagged were shipped home.
"Trickle" still reigns at Tabic
quah, and sweet contentment
reigns In tho equatorial section of
the score of rebels who came in on
last Friday night's train.
Kansas Experimental Station
Finds Stock Subsist
That Cattlo Fed on Poorest of
Roughness With Small per
Cenlage of Wheat Mixed in
Lose Little Weight After First
be Necessary to Compel
bloods to Enroll.
Will Have Cozy Quarters for Mem
bers During Winter flonths.
Noted Desperado does Out on The
'Six Shooter Route,
Scar Face Jim, alias Bob Duncan,
Marion Watson, etc, one of tbe
last of tho territory bad men, am
bled over the great divide on tho
six eho.ler route Tuesday after
noon near Scipio.
Deputy Marshals Crocket Lee
and Geo. Holvey were responsible
for Jim's sudden exit from his
earthly environment. The officers
who bad been on the outlaws trail
lor several days intercepted him
near Scipio Tuesday.
The man with creaseBin his faco
attempted to draw his gun and
drew instead three chunks of hot
lead in the neighborhood of bis
abdomen. He immediately sub
Bided and his perforated remains
were taken by the marshals to
South MoAleBlrr for identification
and burial, both of which interest
ing ceremonies were speedily com
pleted, BANKER'S ASS0CIA1I0N
LONE WOLF AGAIN.
Ms Last Howl Heard From the New
Tho quartorB of the commercial
club aro bting put in cozy shape
for the approaching winter months
and many conveniences are to be
added for the comfort of the mem
bers who are going to make it a
regular meeting place each day.
Comfortable chairs have been
purchased together with rugs and
other furnishings that will mako it
on ideal place to spend an hour.
A number of territory and met
ropolitan periodicals will bo on
file for the members' UBe, and a
billiard table will probably be add
ed for tbe cue artists.
Tho telephone company have
contributed an instrument and the
electric light company have offered
free lights, which will be installed
The club officers are using every
effort to mako tbe quarters both
attractive and comfortablo, and ex
pect to see a renewed interest In
the club now that the summer is
Organized at Pureed Wednesday, and
In responso to n call indorsed
by all leading banks of tho terri
tory, a meeting was held at Pur:
cell Wednesday ovening for tho
purpose of organizing a banker's
association of the Indian territory.
Tho meeting was well attended
and an organization was formed,
The following officers were elected:
Edward McKenna, Poteau, presi
dent; W. M, Tomlin, Purcell, first
vice president; u. . uumap,
Holdonvllle, aer.ud vice presi
dent; K D. Nims, Roil, secretary;
F. R. Hedrlck, Madill, treasurer.
These four, with IS. E. Gage,
Paul's Valfeyi 0. W. McOall,
Eufaula; Charles Hutching, Davis,
constitute tho cxeoutlve commit
tee. 13. F. Dunlap wab elected
delegate to tho National Bankers'
association, to meet at Milwaukee.
Tbe next meeting Is (o be held at
South MoAlester. tbe third Mon-
day in May 1002,
Guthrie, Ok., Sept. 20 Lone
Wolf, principal ohief of tho Kiowa
Indians; labile, principal ohief of
the Comanche Indians, and seven
other Indians, representing the
Kiowa-Comanche-Apaoha ft dera
tion, today appealed to the Okla
homa supreme court for a tem
porary injunction -to prevent tho
settlement by whites of the lands
recently opened in Oklahoma and
to be resturod to all their rights.
They name as dufendituts ex-
Governor W. A. Richards, who
conducted tho land opening, and
the registers and rtoelvers ol the
El Reno and Lnwtou land oOIcsb.
Their petition -wab re'usvd by
Judgo Ifwin in the Canadian
county diatriol court on August 0,
and they appeal from his dtoition,
They are confident of success, but
if they do not win hero thoy wtll
carry it to the United Suites su
Should they win It will prevent
ail those who secured iuoky num
bers In the government land draw
ing from oomploting settlement on
NOT LIKE MOTHERS.
Drought Oood Prices on Kansas City
Seminary Students Rebel Against
Trickle" Diet and aro llxpellcd.
Thero are a score of vacant docks
at the male seminary at Tahlo
quah ltday, nmHf the atoriea of
their late occupants are to bo be
lieved there bio a score of juvenile
appetites that are satisfied this
morning for tho first time since
tbo institution opened.
This strange feeling of full con
tentment came with the depositing
of two fuuro of juvenile, feot, once
more, beneath tbe well covered
boart.4 of mother's tabic.
The cauBfB for the exodus from
The following were among the
territory shipments sold on the
Kansas City market yesterday:
Guy Bordrn, Beggs, I. T., mar
keted Gl head of 076 pound steers
at 43 30.
L. G. Sleepor, Wagoner, I T
had in 28 head of 7G1 pound steerB
at 83 15-
Turner, Todd & Co., Muskogee.
I. T., had a cor of 1007 pound
Bteers that brought 83.70.
G, D. Sleeper was on the market
from Wagoner, I, T with 101
head ul 037 pound steers that
brought 83 36.
Gibson & Parkinson, Wagoner,
I. T., bad 8 cars of cattle consist
ing of 23 steers averaging 703 lbs,
ut 83 00, MO head of steers weigh
ing 782 pounds at 83.20 and (wo
cars of steers at 83 35, averaging
001 pounds and 870 respectively.
0. S. Green, Begga, I. T was
on the murkel with 30 bead of
cows averaging 753 pounds at 82.40
and 10 calves that tonned tbe
market at 81050 per head.
S. G. Wills, While Oak I. T
marketed 25 head of 054 pound
steers at 83 CO, also 25 head averag
ing 012 pounds and 2(1 bead weigh
iiiRHlU pounds at 83 50.
Siiles & Welder, Henrietta, I.
T , marketed 73 head of 054 pound
sloers at 83 60 and 70 head of 531
tound heifera at 83 00; also 71
calves at 80 00 per bond.
Todd & Spaulding, Muskogee, I.
T., marketed 46 head of steers at
83.85, tbo top of tbo quarantine
market; 0 head weighed 1004 and
41 head uveiaged 090 pounds.
On account of tho probable scar
city of feed during tbo fall and
winter of 1901-2, tho Kansas Expe
rimen(,btalion undertook an expe
riment in feeding wheat straw end
adding enough ground wheal to se
cure a maintenance ration. Three
dry cows averaging 1,226 pounds
live woight, two 2-year-old heifers
averaging 1,059 poundB, and three
calves averaging 510 pounds, wore
selected for this test. The experi
ment began August 1, when tbe
aggregato weight of tbo eight bead
amounted to 7,327 pounds.
As the cows came from good sor
gjum pasture and the heifers and
calves from good pralrlo pasture
they did not relish the wheat straw
for the first few days and only con
sumed about ten pounds daily per
head. Tbe cattle wero fed four
pounds of ground wheat dally
per bead throughout this experi
ment. By dampening tbo straw
and sprinkling tho grain on and
through it, considerably more
straw was consumed, tbo average
for thirty-one days being sixteen
and one-nail pounds dauv nor
At tbe close of tho first week
overy animal in tho experiment
iuBt in weight, tbe average being
62 pounds per head. During the
second week tbey regained a con
siderable portion o? this loss. At
the close of the experiment, Sept.
1, tbe three cows weighed an aver
age of 1172 pounds, a loss of 54
ppunda per bead for tbe 31 days
under experiment, tbe heifers
averaged 1007 pounds, a gain of 8
pounds per bead, and tbo calves
averaged 523 pounds, a gain of 13
pounds per head.
The total weight of tbe lot at the
close of tho experiment was 7,217
pounds, a loss of 110 poundB for
tbe lot, or 13 pounds per bead, a
small item when one considers
that it all came in the first week
of tho experiment. Tbe total feed
consumed by the lot was 4,232
pounds of wheat straw and 092
pounds of ground wheat. Tbe
straw wob hauled about eight miles
and did not contain any cbau or
refuse wheat. When tbe cattlo
have access to a straw stack they
get considerable chuff and more or
less shriveled or waste wheat
blown ovor with the chaff. Under
those conditions cattle would not
need a9 much wheat as given
This experiment indicates the
possibilities in wintering cattlo.
When wheat straw, doubtless tho
poorest roughage on the farm, can
maintain an animal with a small
outlay for ground wheat, it ought
to encourage a farmer to hold his
cattlo. Straw is abundant, es
pecially in the western part of tht
state. In many places it is being
burned tn order to get rid of it.
Where straw can be had for the
hauling and wheat at CO cents per
bushel the feed cost of keeping
1,000 pound cow on a maintenance
ration need not exoeed 91,35 a
month. Suppose tho straw cost
85 per ton, the feed cost would be
only 83 50 per head per month, or
81.50 more than it usually coats in
years when feed is plontiful. Most
evory farm produces rough feed
considerably better than wheat
straw. Prairie liay, corn fodder,
Kaffir corn fodder, sorghum fod
der or hay can bo fed either a'.ono
or in combination with each other
and the amount of grain required
for the maintenance reduced.
Where red clover or alfalfa is
available little or no grain need bo
The preaent low prices of Block
cattle, with every prospect of high
prices in tho spring and the cheap
nesa with which the cattle can be
wintered, as shown by tho above
experiment, should induce farmers
to hold tbelr cattle, even though
they could be sold at fair prices.
Tho Keetoownh committee 'ap
pointed to confer with the Dawes
Commission arrived in Fort Gib
son last Monday, but as yet have
not appeared before (he commis
elon. Upon their arrival they im
mediately went into secret session
and after a lengthy conference de
cided to await the arrival of two
absent raembera before taking any
What course they will finally
deoide to pursue is purely a matter
of conjecture, aa they havo refused
to givo the slightest intimation of
what transpired at their meeting.
Much depends on tho commit
tees coming conference with the
Dawes Commission, as their report
will decide tho action of tho mal
contents. It is certain, however,
that they rill only register under
protest, as tbey express it, "Wo
will not consent to our own fu
Tho commission is disappointed
at their failure to persuado tbe
fullblooda to enroll and are now
discussing the probability of being
compelled to call upon tho mili
tary arm of tho government to en
force their attendance.
Mr. Needles, of the commission
haB announced that such a course
will follow if they continue to
fuse to come in.
fVI. 'SSSV - -iVfcWO, StS&i.'SSrVK',-f
Coupon Clipping Contest
We will give that beautiful Buck's Junior Range FREE to
the girl under 14 years of age who saves the greatest number of
our ads containing Thick's trade marks. You have from now
L until November 3d, so work hard and you may wiu.
Darrough Hardware Co.
Dut the Quail Continue to do Stunts
In Their Accustomed Haunts.
The "Sofflb Bend
The following iB the casualty
list and individual reports ot the
Buffing ton-Ledbetter-Lee Fallen
Maddox-Isbell quail exterminat
ing expedition that leturned from
their campaign recently.
Chief Bufilnglon, killed, ono
yellow-hammer, two chipmonkB,
three sections of the lunch hamper.
Wounded: Fallen's feelings when
In a moment of ecstacy forgot he
hadn't had bis pull at the cider
bottle and suggested be turn cork-eater.
Ledbetter, killed: C5c worth of
cartridges and unrecorded number
of atmospheric microbes. Wound
ed: unknown cow.
Lee, killed: his reputation, one
chicken (domeetio), a squirrel.
Wounded: transverse section of
sandwich left by Buffington.
Fallen, killed: chances of the
crowd to kill anything, a quail
(stationery). Wounded: Maddox's
Maddox, killed; a crow, two
Bparrows, one bottle of pop.
Wounded: a turkey buzzard.
label), killed, nit. Wounded:
Footnote. (Time occupied ic ob
taining injunction restraining Bufl
ington from drilling hole in tbe
Chief Buffington in charge of the
exnedition addend an ordnance re
port in criticism of the arms of hiB
command. He etatea his gun shot
wide, Ledbetter's close, Lee's an
gular, Fallen's at a reverse, Mad
dox's with assorted trajectories,
and Isbell's never.
Another expedition will be form
ed within a few days and a boy's
auxiliary armed with boanshoot
era, makes it look dangerous.
Negro on Rampage.
Gutbrie, Ok., Sept. lOr Asa
result of a general fight at Davis,
1. T., last night Mrs. Maggie Ful-
cher ie dead, her husband and
Lucinda Culbert were seriously in
jured and Mra. John J. Jonea is
fatally shot, all tho work of tho
JoneB woman'e husband, John
Jones, who was angry because she
left him and went to the Fulcher
home. For 'his reason alone the
wholesale murder was planned
and partially carried out. All aro
Tho deep well this .mornliiL' Is re
port od u from 120 to 160 feet deep.
The drill is now tlirouuli bard llmo
and h In softor sandstone On Mon
day next another drill starts to give
Fay to Courtney a well on his farm
about two mile north ot town. The
next well cnL-niml U for tbe Frisco
railroad company across Ilor&o creek.
Others uro talking ot huvlng wells
Altera visit Uirouuh tbe oumuior
months In north Missouri, Dr. I. D.
Ilttchooek and family will bo back
to their Afton homo uoxt week.
ehold goods arrived thW
urciy 00 a building boom,
moro ltouci aro beluc
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Has Just Unloaded
A Car of Them.
IT PAYS FARA1ERS
TO BUY THE BEST.
They last twice as
long as common o.to
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