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T2TTC LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1908.
TO HEAD TEACHERS
DOOM ONCE LAUNCHED
BECOMES TIDAL WAVE
Educators From All Paris of
Stale Hear Interesting Pro
gram at Shawnee
Special Jo Dally Leader.
Shawnee, Okla.. Dec. .10. In the
election f the State Teachers' associ
ation -which takes place today It seems
a foregone conclusion tint Superin
tendent Cameron will bo olocteil presi
dent of the association for next ear
Ho la not a uandldato for the placo out
stated that If his friends should thrust
the honor upon him he will ncept it
Pirhaps no man of half ji century has
accomplished nearly so much In sd
sh.irt a time as has Oklaaoma'e first
sinto superintendent, and from the
tlmo teachers began arriving there has
been a quiet undercurrent of st.ntl
wont mou.dlng in his bohalf. Prof. I
J Abbott, of the Cenlrnl normal, was
n candidate, but he gonerously with
drow when tho Camor.n boom was
launched. Abb.tt's work In behalf of
the preservation of (he school lands
oat'tlea :1m. to recognition, his friends
think, and ho doubtless will ho made
chalimon of the executive committee.
Today's session of fho association
began at 8.3,0 at the UccUer theatre, the
program opening wun a piano ami
violin concerto by J. Gerald Mraz and
Charles F. JJIarU or Epnorin nnivomiy
The unuu.Iistttloti f taxation for publlt
schools, remedies for n eongostel
couraoof study, and making tho school
xoclal conteis weo illscitssou. rroi
Charles Lano, of Atlanta, apoko on
"lessons Not l,ournod In B.oks," al
This afternoon Superlnleniiont u-i.
Kem. of llockford, WlnoU, will give
un Illustrated Iqcture on "Tuo Now
Agriculture and Jie Country School,"
followed by a lecture on 'Tho Toachor
mid Life," by Bishop William A.
Quayle. f Oklahoma City. Hishop
yuayle .also lectures in the evening on
Today's afternoon session brought
somo t,f ihe state's loading colleso
presidents Into notice through discus
alonB -A 10 minutes oach on "Wo-th
una Values In Hlghur Kducitlon." Dr
A Grant Kvanaot tho state university;
Dr E. V. Zollars, of tao Christian
university at Enid; pr. L. II. Heeler.
of tho Harry Kcnda.l college at Tulsa;
und Dr. J. H. Connell, of Uie agricul
tiuol and machaulcal colleso at Still
water appeared 'on the program. Tho
discussion was-followcd nn ItU a lecture
by Professor Charles Kane, of Atlanta,
Stato Superlntendont Cameron' ad
dress was dovoli-il chiefly to tho educa
tional progress of tho year and or his
V-ans for tho qomlng year. Twenty
two thousand school districts havo
been organized, he said, and 140,000
ch'ldron vj; never attondod school bo-
f ro havo been glvon Instruction. Okla
Jionia lifts done more in
0110 yoar for!
education than any ouor stale did
fl im Us 1)eglnnlng in 20 yoars.
Tho address at Preldeut Bvans last,
IllUlll IVilunuil wiu num wi fcv rtp-,
elation for the past yaai ami t Id
graphically cf tho bringing of the stato
on of a condition of cluos Into tho
Jrvut rank of states in tho educational
T.'ay He ruoounma somo . f t e vicls
s j U-s of the self-saorlflclng teachers,
lv. Ml at soiiu- length on the toning of
s two or the state's educational laws
aril piedlcied a second gieat )i-ar of
The uniform success that has attended the use of this remedy in the cure of bad
coJdr. has made it one of tho most popular medicines in use. It can always be
depended upon to effect a quid; cure and is pleasant to take.
It contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given as confidently to a
child tic to an adult. Price 25 cents. Large sizo 50 cents.
f iM.M.T.y .!.k.M.'.4.'.M.M.M.r.-J.Mn
I ....LEGISLATIVE GOSSIP, g
Joe IfoBkolI, son of Governor and
Mrs. C. N. Haskoll, Is making an active
racb forvtbe position otvsonaicimessen
nil Roddlo lave
begun their legislative wjk tllrofljly fi
and artf iircftaflng 'bills 'to be InlrbJL
Sonaloivit. M. Ro.lilia
T of jtitrOtTucing Seunttv HI1J$N
session wlitch Is 10 bofBnflfr
catuu up from Oklahoma
Jttotre&ihtntlve J. II. McColIa, of
Iove county arrlVol this morning
: horo from Hobnrt.
Muskogee, Okla., Doc. 30 Alleging
that lie has many tlmos broken his
promise to marry hor, Mrs. William
Marcli, n nnndsonie Cherokeo InJIan
wotunu who lives near Brngrs, filed
suit In tho district court horo for $)&.
000 nlttJnsi Frank A. Castuninn, presi
dent of the Hank of Hruggs and 11
wealthy land owner.
Tho suit will bo a sensational one,
Mrs. Marsh alleges that shortly after
separating from .Mnrsh she met Cas
tanlan wlio lirgoj hor to sccuis a di
vorce and ninrry him. She asserts
that slio hns on numerous occasions
prepared to marry nlm but tliat each
tlrao on some pretext or other no has
postponed tho coromony.
The peiltton, fllod by Peton and
Majon, tho woman's attorneys, asks
for $20,000 for broach of piomlso, $10,
000 damages for Nluctlou, $lb.000
damages for III treatment, nnj an ex
tra $5,000 for good measure.
Malaria Makes Pale Btoort.
Tho Old Standnrd GROVE'S TASTE
U3SS CHILL. TONIC, drives out ma
laria and builds up tho system. For
Blown pcoplo and children. GOc.
CITIZENS ME Sll
The soliciting committee for the
legislative ball and banquet. W. II.
Coyto, J. D. Hurko and Harry Ardcry.
ropnrr'tho fol.owln additional' sub
Wolnlergor &. 11 dman $ 5
Outhrle Savings Dank 10
V, B. Furrow 5
J. J. Houston (1
Harry Carl In 6
H. V. Sm(th . .' C
B. L. Brown f
it. Cook . 5
John Cottoral , '. . 10
John Mnhouuy 5
H. B. Miller 5
W. D. Puckpr 6
Owl Drug Storo C
Monarch Dry Gooiln Co, 10
I'. C. Roblns.n C
A. L. Druso 6
Geo. Frazlor Ii
W. L. Rhodes C
O. H. Willis C
C. H. Carson C
Frank Orr ,. 10
A. B. dray f
Dr. E. Q. Sharpo G
C. C. Knolsloy C
J. B. Douglas , 10
Bd C. Potorson 10
J. J. Holes t. ?...". ,. C
C. 11. Runfro D
Day Uiolhort) r
II. T. Swearlngon Ti
Jim Hrlggs C
Tom JonkluB 10
Ramsay Hjob 20
Foils Adlor 10
J. II Rucki G
B. J. l.ooee . i S
Bdward Nichols G
B. L. Hlrsohl 6
buuscnuere 10 1110 tuna win pioaso
mall t'ao amount subscribed to V. H
Coylo. chairman; J. D. Hurko, treat;-
O J. Flouting, Enid banker, has
faith in his city Purchased a million
dollars of improvumout bonds, and
says ha ran place pi ro.
Conies of the Dallv Leaner Anniver
sary Edition can be procured at The1
Leader counting room wrapped and"
ready for rratllna. 1
Special to.Dal'y Leader.
Washington, Doc. 30--Socrptnry a.ir
flold said today he had directed that
U possible speed be made by the ns
.filstant nttorney general for the In
terlo'r dopartmont and the others
working tiudor ihim In tho preparation
of tho tost cases to lie brought to
tho United States Supremo court from
Oklahoma Involving tltlu to Indian
Tho secretary refened (o tho suits
recently brought In Oklahoma by tho
district agents Involving about 20,000
litigants. Senator Robert L. Owen Is
Interested In a nunioor of the suits,
and n few days ago was quoted In an
Interview as wishing a speedv adjudi
cation by tho Supremo court of a test
"Whllo I agreed with Sonat&r Owen
that tho situation should be cleared
as KpecJlly as possible, I could not
agree with lilm In a talk wo had a
lew days ago that there was but one
ciiiost'ou of Jurisdiction Involved.
The-e nro soveral other quostious
which we think must bo decidou along
with that of tho right of congress to
placo K'Strlctlou? upon tho aliena
tion of the Indians' lands, nn.i thoro
i1U be a group. If not several groups
of cases taken up for tho test.
"The district ngonts in Oklahoma
aro now working In co-operatfon with
our legal branch, and the depnrtmont
of Judtlco, unior ilrecllon of Mr.
Woodruff, of this department and Mr.
Richards of the Dopartmont of Jus
tice, Telectlng tho character of cases
and grouping them In pro'parjitlon for
tho trlnls. I 00 not miow wncthor U
will bo posslblo to got thorn boforo
tho court at tr" presont term or hot,
but we f.ro pushing the work as much
CatUo may bo dehorned in one of
soveral ways. Thiougli the uao of
caustic potash applied ta tho button
boforo It becomes nttnehod to tho
hnnd tho horns on calvos may bo ef
fectually prevented from developing.
The :nuBtlc potash should be held n
somo foim bo b to provont Its com
ing in contact with the hours, ns It will
burn them very i-ovurely. It should
ba well rubbed over the button until
It Is thoroughly reddened and tho
hair '""'ovod, Caro should bo takui
not U ( f thp poiash run or drop on
tho ho. , of tho rnlf. One application
is as a 111I0 sufficient it tho work Is
well dono when tu cnlvos are but u
fow Cnys old.
For maturo anlmuls the host In-
jtruniont to uso to lemovo the horns
is tho Koystono dohorner. This In
itrumnt will remove horns of medium
slro at a single stroke of the kulven.
it Is not necessary to havo u dehoru
lug chuto, as a rule, whoro n clipper
Is used, us it Is freiuanlly best to re
move tho horns while tho animal-'
iilund In tho stalls. Whore the horns
uie lm-gor and moro difficult to cut,
tho head of. tho animal tuny bo tlod
tjccuroly to tho fonce, and tho ropo
pusscd from tho head along tho side
of the body and socursly mtachoil.or
I hold by a man to hoop tho animal
from twisting und turning about.
Whoro the horns nro very largo n
knife will sometimes provo not halls,
factory, and In that case u saw mupt
bo used. Whore It Is necessary to
usq a saw tho anlmab must h tied
very securely und chuto Just large
enough to receive tho animals, and so
arranged that tho hoad can ho se
cured and tho nnlmn! kept practically
rigid hecomos necessary.
Dehorning, ns a rule, should bo
done In cool wonthor, and tho horns
should he cut Just so us ta grazo tho
skin where It Is attached to tho horn.
Dehorning, when properly dono, is
not a serious or difficult undertaking.
Whllo to somo It Boeni3 a brutal prnc-
lice "o r0,lct and protection afforded
tho nnlmnls fully Justifies It. Far-
er3" News Scimitar,
U MEMBERS OF THE O
O SECOND ASSEMBLY. O
$j ' '""iK-EIect
Sj ' ).' Mine fh:t ,.mo. n),!(. p
(J, ' " ,-aj- , -,., ,,,..,. .
C. M. Andersoni McCurt,aIu, Idabol.
W. D. Anthony. Stephens, Marlow.
6. Q. Ashby, Jttckson, Bldorado.
J. Si Uell, Caddo, Lookcba.
Ed Hoyle, Haskell. Chant.
Milton Dryan, Pottawatomie, Shaw
nee. A. J. Dutts, Alfal'a. Chorokco.
W. S. Carson, Pottawatomie. Ashor.
,F. L. Haymes, Tulsa, Hrok k Arrow.
S. C. Hurnette, Waitalta. Cordell.
Fxank D. Castecl, Cimarron, Dohy.
Milton D. Cope, Canadian, Bl Hcno
Peter J. Coyno, VInita, Craig and
Bd U. Dunn, Oklahoma, Oklaboma
W. P. Durham, Pottawatomie,
E. J. Barlo, Texas, Guynion.
B. A. Ewcl1 Bryan, Durant.
W. A. Durant, Durant, Atoka and
J. V. Faulkner, Kiowa, Manltcu.
W. F. Ollmor, Carter, Ardmoro.
It. h. Glover, Grady, Itush Springs.
Ben F. Harrison, Cahln, Pittsburg
Frank Huddlcston, Pontotoc, Ada.
D. C. Hughes, Mayes, Adair.
S. W. Hutchlns, Cleveland, Lexlng
Honry Ircton, Grady, Chtckasho.
Geo. B .Jahn, Coal, Coalgate.
Amll H. Japp, Lawtou, Comanche
N. J. Johnson, Hughes, Now burg.
If. It. King, Tillman, Frodeilck.
O. W. Lewis, Bockliam, Sayro.
Lon Lovelace, Latlmor, Red Oak.
H. M. McBlhancy, Pittsburg, nidi
J. R. McCalla, Love, Marietta.
J. W. McDuffco, Marshall, Wood
O. C. Matsls, Leflore, Monroo.
J. H. Mnxey, Jr., Shawnee, Pottawat
omie and Lincoln.
John M. Moore, Olney, Coal and
Joseph L. Paschal, Roger Mills,
Prentiss Price, Osage, Hominy.
I. M. Putnam, Oklahoma, Oklahoma
B. N. Ratcllff, Craig, Vlnlia,
J. M. Katllff, Johnston, Mannsvlllo.
B. S. Ratllff, Ada, Pontotoc and
L. L. Rccvosir Dili, Custer and
T. L. Rider. Adair. Westvlllo.
Win, S. Rogers, Pittsburg, Kiowa.
Leslie P. Ross, Comanche, Lawton.
J. .1. Rotcnberry, Garvin, Stratford.
James J, Savage, Greer, McKnlght.
Alex. C. Savage, Jofforson, Hastings
Win. F, Scmplo,' Dryan, Caddo.
Joo Sml.h, CaddP", Anadatl:o.
Howell Smith, Ouster, Thomas.
Leo B. Smith, Delaware Grovo.
J. W. Smith, Grant, Manahcstcr.
J. B. Terral, Kiowa, Hobart.
J. A. Ti!lotson, Nowata. Nowata.
J. F. Tucker, Ottawa, Ottawa.
' T.I. Turner, Murray, Davl3.
Bob Wallace, Garvlu, Pauls Valley
John R. Whayno. Carter, Ardtr.ore
Lyman W. White, Oaoctaw, Hugo.
Thos. C. Whltson, McClaln, Purcell
Heu T. Williams, Pushmataha, Fin
ley. Bon F. Wilson, Cereal, Caddo, Cana
dian and Cleveland.
O. L. Wilson. Greor, Mangum.
O. S. Wortman, Rogers, Claremoru
O B. AcfcMi, Logan, Guthrie.
John Bonar, Pawnee, Pawnco,
John II. Bridges, Woodward, Wood
ward. Richard C. Brownleo, Downy, Taloga
J. V Calhoun, Wagoner, Wagoner.
John n. Charles. Lincoln, Stroud.
13 M. Clark, Pawnee, and Payna;
Chas. M Compton, Kay, Washunga
Chas. A Cook. Muskogee, Muskogee
H. P. Covoy, Ellis, Fajgo.
Robt. J. DIxcn, Okfuskee, Welectka
A. L. Bdglngton. Blaine, Watontd.
A. C. Hamlin, Logan, Guthrlo.
Geo. O. Helm, Creek, Mounds.
R. F. Howo. Noblo, Whltorock.
J. M. Humphreys, Atoka. Atoka.
Isaac Jacobs, Sequoyah, Muldrow.
C G. Jones, Oklahoma. Oklahoma
James Knox. Muskogeo, Boynton.
J. II. Lincoln. Okmulgeo, Honryettn
J. II. Iockwood, Lincoln. McLoud.
Lostcr A. Marls. Kay, Ponca City.
Bdward Merrick, Muskogee, Mus
A. J. Mllsap. Mcintosh. Cherr'nh.
Clint Mo;re, Washington, Dailies
vl.lo. S. W. Murphy, Oklahoma, Edmond.
H. T. Parsons, Woods, Alva.
Geo. W. Partridge, Cherokee, Alfalfa
Joseph M. Portor, Garfield. Enid.
C. B. Sexton. Payno. Perkins)
John S. Shearer. Logan. Guthrio.
Joo Sherman. Malar. Estglla.
J II. Simmons. Tulsa, Creek and
Arthur A. Stull. Oarflold, Lahoma.
J J. Sullivan, Howo. Soquoyah and
II. M. Tate, Seralnolo, Wewoka,
A W. Tooley, ncavor. Beaver. -,
Harvey Utterback, Klngfjshor, King-
fisher. '"' i
Honry I Voglrt. Harper. Palacoa
Henry Ward, Cherokee Hni'iefC
Knceno Watrous, Bold, Klngjlfier
id Garlldjd-.Jtc; 'y
B. U Mitchell, ID), Cheyenne,
Dlst. 2. ....
Henry J. Denton, (D), Dryden,
I J. J." Williams, (D), Weathorford.
P. J. Gouldlng. (D), Enid. Dist. 8.
Thoss who havo always paid 25
cents n pair for inferior son can
now havo iha best at this price.
Holeproof arc tho original
guaranteed sox the first that
were sold under a 6 months
Tho makers pay the top market
prlcq for their yarn they buy only
' tho finest and softest Egyptian and
Sea Island cotton.
Johnson, (D), Ft. Cobb,
Thoma3, (D), Lawton,
Allen, (D), Ardmore,
R, V. Wynne, (D), Lexington, Dlst
Jesse M. Hatcbett, (D), Mead.
William M. Franklin, (D), Madlll,
B. M. Landrum, (D), Tahloquah,
' W. P. Stewart, (D), Antlers, Dlst. 21
Hurst, (Warren-Warner), Dlst. 22.
Brneat B. Chapman, (R), Tonkawa,
Harper S. Cunningham, (R), Guthrlu,
Dlst. 12. "
Frank M. Colvlllo. (R), Mustang.
Emory D. Brownlee, (R), KIngflshor,
Harry B. Beoler, iR), Checolah,
J. Harry Cloonan, (It), Bunch
H T Potter. (R). Okmulgee, Dlst. 32.
Frank L. Warden. (It), Holdenvlllo
Senators That Hold-Over
Richard A. Blllups, (D), Cordell.
H. S. Blair, (D), Katie, Dist. 19.
R. S. Curd. lit). Aline, Dlst. 7.
S. A. Cordell, (D), Chandler, Dlst. 13
tuvu tuivls, (D), Brlatow, Dlst
R. B. Echols. (D), Elk City, Dist. 2
J. C. araham, (D). Marietta, Dls(. 18
J. M. Keys, (D), Pryor CroeK.
T. F. Meraralnger, (D), Atoka, Dlst.
J. S. Morris, (D), Hookor, Dist. 1.
Tom Moore, (D), Olustce, Dlst. 6.
W. N. Redwlno, (D), McAlester.
Reuben M. Roddle, (D), Ada, Dlst
Campbell Russell, (D), Warner,
S. J. Scldanl, (D), Ponca City,
E. T. Sorrels. (D). Milton. Dlst. 21,
linv R Stafford, im. Oklahoma City.
J. H. Strain, (D), Wann, Dlst. 33.
D. M. Smith, (D), Duncan, Dlst. 17.
L. 1C Taylor, (D), Chlckasfca, Dlst.
A. E. Updegraft, (R), Fair Valley,
P. J. Yoager, (D), Tulsa, Dlst. 31.
A Frenchman, Rapheal Dubois, re
ports to the Academy of Sciences (ho
result of experiments with phosphoros
cent animaiculae In producing an il
lumination useful tp .riiRD. ,(By cult!,
vutlng In suitable manner a largo num
bor of micro-organisms capable of
emitting light M. Dubois succeeded
In illuminating a room wUh ft degroji
of intensity about icqual to that '6t
moonlight. No radiation of hoat m
pears to attend the production gf tlili
Before the assembled hosts of germs
microbes and parasites a man stands
lighting as one who beats the empty
air. His blows aro delivered manfully
but they fall supinely. He has con-
nuered the barbarian In bis home, but
ho cannot conquer tho bacilli in his
' tho presenco of tho little th'.ngs
-'man stands as great a failure vt be-
I'foro tho great thlugs he stanO a lc-
25 Cents a
You can now buy a box of six pairs of
Holeproof Sox formerly $2.00 for $S.50
But tho top market price Is now
less than it was, so the makers aro
now saving you SO cents on six
pnlrs. Yet you get tho same sox
Come in and sec what Holeproof
are like. Judge If you want the
genuine. Decide if any other
brand js one-half so good. Learn
what you save and gain when you
the New Year will give you a New Start. Our VakOvcr
Shoes for men at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 are the best it's
possible to get. Made in all leathers, all styles, sizes anil
widths. They fit. wear and give satisfaction.
the right direction to begin 1909 in a New Pair of Walk
Overs. They will prove all we claim for them. Call and
inspect them. f
118 West Oklahoma Avenue.
'i iir "11 lirirnT
HAWNEE'S COURT HOUSE OFFEn
The attorney general's offlco is in
rocelpt of a letter from tho county
attorney of Pottawatomls county,
asking If in his Judgment the passage
of the roso'utlon by the Shawnee city
council offering tho county the ui
r the cy hall for ten otr lor ten
dollars .1 year mas prim a facia evi
dence that tho mayor and council of
said city of Sliawnao aspiring fo.' tho
county seat of "Pot." county woro
guilty of violating tho section of the
constitution relntlng to hribqry In
county seat elections, and If tho facts
more surflcluiit to maintain a criminal
action against the said offlcoir in tho
Attorney Goncrnl West IB In Lans-
I 1 113, Kansas, attending tho prison
punueuun.-y wvenugaiiou nnu tno as-
palaftants-ln his office will not tnko ac
tion on tne mailer until no returns.
t .., IJor LaOlea.
Tfatea Center.'Kas,, Sept. 18, 1908.,
After my doctors gave me up to die
Halls Texas Wonder cured me of Kid'
ney and Bladder trouble, It is the beg'
medicine on earth. Mrs. H. S, John
ion. Sold by all druggists.
W. II. Dysort formerly of this olty
and now of Jojilln, Mo., is bero re
The Orange Eater.
BIctcr Have you been eating or
Eddie Naw! WuyT
'f jjq j t ot 1 ;n all over
joui Jai-e. Judge.
Draws bis salary ho bartender.
&s &. m&n
11 1 11 1 uriiMMH1 ii ,mi mil i'iI
1 thf rosulc semi-annual ejection
of officers or tho Barbers' union last
evening In their hall on Oklahoma
ae the following officers were chosen
fo.- the ensuing year:
President O. H. Crum, ro-olected.
Vice president, T. . Young: Record
ing secretary, A. L. Ridge, re olected.
Fiunncial Treasurer, D. C. Campbell
ro-elocted; Tieasuror, F. G. Armstrong
Outsldo of tho transacting routine
business, discussion and action was
had upon sovar&i matters of vit:d in
torost, 0110 ot widen tho custauior will
loam about noxt wook and the other
bolng tho return of Messrs Crum and
Campbell as delegates to tho Central
Co-Oporatlvo union by a uiiiirniou
vote bftor the formation ami consti
tution of tho new central body was
Indorsed by the meeting.
Tho Central Co-Qperatlve union will
ntut uoxt Sunday at 9:30 a. -'jn- In
Iviiuight or CulumbU3 hull. )
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop Into pneumonia, oer
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar. as It soothes JiiHaiii
d membranes, heals the lungfe. and
0Xxils the cold iromthe systoiul C. R.
(By Associated Press.)
Ckleag 111.. Dec. 30.-A-Fair toinght
and Thursday, colder tonight; rising
Ready to mail copies of The Dally
Leader Anniversary number. 10 eetitn
an address. Send address and money
to The leader office. We will do tho
trry J?yrr! Ty;
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M. F. Eggermau, (D), &Uawnee,