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The Oklahoma Miner
ED BOYLE. Edter
R. D. ELKIHS, Bs. Mc.
Oklahoma News Notes I
TWEJJTY TOWMS IM
The fanlny factory
la to ran aejaia this sea
SatM aropooea to tare a.
far tho local Etta loeV.
The Pews band IM atroetry eaaa
mamwi grrtag oaxeoor wcwu.
Serawfcrrr saartcsft taan jtaat
HcnooaM the aria JaJao aahntea.
MedUart acheol hoard la re-elected
kew. sr tho vatfanrtB he Ibaipr."
TW dart fc frlac o the M. 0. fc
a rood from Wsgmsi to Miami.
Mediant school ao4 has reelect
all Cite teach ara kt As sahtie wheels.
A toad of ttTMtt k to W rafeed
(or good roods fipuaaa ait aad aear
Xaat Julep aasoetatlpB has adopted
"Roses' as Ms parts! soag. Foor
Sue, fruit proof acts hare sorer
been known is OTrtBhoaai as eea- aow
Tie Trey gold :alatag 00x9007 of
Ravia, is potting hi s. 75 ton capacity
Faraers of OkiahB n wilt baaoit
this 7 ear by nausUog hearfly to tor
Chief. Searfaee, ma Apache laoiaa,
died last week at the good old as of
Oae Una. at Xowata aMpeod throe
hundred toe Hereford to market the
first of the week.
Citizens of Paate VaUey bovo ratae
$12,W to be expanded la iiplaili
the locality for gag or oB
Pottawatomie county farmers esti
mate that about 1.000 acres of load
has been planted is potatoes.
EI Reno tennis players are prepar
ing for partkripatJoe in the stale ten
uis meet at MeAIester oext month.
The Beat meting of the "Central
Medical association is to be hold at
the clt7 of El Keao ob dote of Jury 9
The 3,909 foot well Boar FUzbngh
struck neither ofl nor gas, bot It Is
flowing a good stream of artesian
A new Oklahoma haak in the La
timer Coontr National Bank of Wil
burton, with an authorized capital ot
II. L. Allen, principal of the Alder
son public schools, has been appoint
ed athletic director of Kendall col
lege at Tulsa.
From the present taillcatioes it a
estimated that the Oklahoma wheat
crop will be 23 laflHoa bushels more
than in 1311.
Thousands of Texas cattle are being
shipped into Oklahoma to feed on pas
tures green. And then to read those
pamphlets advertising Texas!
A Dearer coontr cat in a dark room
scared a cowardly hntte out of the
hoHae after he had securely bound
and gagged a lonely woman.
The editors throughout the state
are making big preparations for tho
convention of the Oklahoma Preps as
sociation at Muskogee next month.
The new town of Strong City, six
miles due north of Cheyenne, will be
opened Juno 16th, and is to be boomed
is the future county seat of Koger
The farmer in Oklahoma with the
strongest bonk accottuc in riow has
Just completed arrangements for Ir
rigating 290 acres of alfalfa soar Bd
mond. E. Wadsack, who owns a 240-acre
farm soar Spencer, hae planted 100
aeres to potatoes this spring. That
should put a wad la his sack when the
spuds are sold.
M. W. Driscoll near Chickasha lost
a good barn by fire a few days ago.
A negro boy was killed at Chick
asha a few days ago while playing
with an unloaded revolver.
8ome of the napers over the state
are determined that the notorious
Creak Indian, Crazy Snake, is yet to
die or be killed; he has certainly
onaoJed his full share of dying stunts
A decrease in the production of
crude oil la Oklahoma is causing a
steady Increase In price paid to pro
ducers Sixty-two cents per barrel is
now being paid and an Increase to at
least eighty-fire cents Is predicted.
ONE HUNDRED INJURED
PROPERTY LOSS WILL RUM INTO
MAY MARRY FRENCH NOBLEMAN
Reports Received Early Monday Are
Meager, Bet Enocfe Kaovra to
Mafce It CerUte That VUlta-
tfttc Was Dtustroes
fartyoav; Bras ace known to hare
Worn Mcrtteest to tho stone kings
wrath Saturday afternoon, whoa a tor
nado of rnaawel mognKade awept
through northern Texas ami Sfce state
ot OfcfefcoaM. The injared Hat wffi
exceed, one hnwired. Folly twenty
soffered. The property loos
he estimated Sererai othor
oeethe are reported, hat not ootutrsoed.
Feilowfs; are the ansaes of the
dead procaraMe from At T&rioes
At Laert Mrs. Lee Siaashmd, Mfes
At Bothsr wmiam MoKeaoie, three
Sastth chJhrxeo, inre ethers names
At Htotoo Va VaBcmlHarg, smaH
At CahmMt P. B. Thompoon, Mrs.
P. &. Thoosptonv OrlBTth, in
fast. At Ooroen Mrs. PTink Parmxn.
At Sentinel Mrs. Ash, wid
ow. S-rear-old son of Ur. and Mrs.
Joseph Loe, aad graadoon of Mrs.
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BODIES AFLOAT FOR MILES
Op to mm early hoar Sunday night
a word, has come from the towns of
Dorado, Warren, Martha and Blair,
four of whieh were Satnrday re-
t,jftea to hare safiered sererety.
It wad not known Satarany night
that the towns of Butter. Foea, Korn,
SestttoeL Colony and Hintoa bad bean
struck. Xews to this effect was re
ceived from Arapahoe early Senday
afternoon. Reecae parties were sent
oat from Arapahoe tn automobiles
early Sunday and thy report that the
towns of Butler and Foes literally
were wiped omL
The henry wind was aceompasied
by a terrific downpour of rain and in
many instances hail. The fall of rain
amounted to from one to fire inches.
As a result all of the smaller streams
in western Oklahoma are on a ram
page. The Rock Island bridge OTer
the Cimarron rirer, thirty miles south
of Enid was washed out. All train
are being de toured
The two braacb.es of Elk creek,
west of Hob&rt, hare Joined and the
stream is over a mile wide. A fann
er's family of four, names unknown,
are said to hare been killed. High
water prevents rescue parties from
visiting that part of the country. All
rural telephone lines are down:
All of western Oklahoma wius de
moralized and it will be ' n -al days
before anything like an accurate esti
mate of the property loss or Hat of
the dead and Injured can be secured.
Oklahoma Cyclone Damage
Foss, Okla. Ten persons reported
dead: 25 or 30 injured; town badly
Sentinel, Okla. Two persons re
ported to hare been killed and great
damage done to property; fifty
houses being blown away.
Hobart, Okla. Country west of
this point visited by terrific winds.
Two persons known dead, four others
reported dead; several Injured and
great damage to property.
Korn, Okla. Town torn ap, but no
lose of life reported.
Lugert, Okla. Two deaths; fire fa
tally Injured and score lose serioosfy
hurt. One store building left stand
ing. Rocky, Okla. Oae dead, half of
town blown away; upward of dozen
Colony, Okla. Indian agency build
iag wrecked; no deaths or injuries re
ported. Reports of numerous smaller ey
elones received from Mince, Yukon,
Mulhall and points In Garfield county,
south of Bald.
Childress, Tex. Seven dead; great
Guthrie. Okla. Portion of town in
undated by big rise ia Cti ton wood
rirer, thirty booses washed away;
railroad fcige out
Tulsa, Okla. Verdigris river oat of
banks; Frisco track washed away; oil
tanks blown down; Immense property
damage; Katy bridge sear Wagootr
Butler, Okla. No deaths reported,
many Injured and many buildings
Enid, okla. Rock Island bridge out
on Cimarron; heaviest rain In years.
Mrs. Roy Pierce, whose marriage to the son of Henry Clay Pierce, the
oil Esegaate. has been annoiled, has gone to Europe, and it is said she will
wed a weU-ksiown French nobleman, lira. Pierce was Miss Betty Chapman.
Recover Two Hundred Bodies
MArfY BODIES OF TITANIC DISAS
TER VICTIMS ARE FOUND
RECOVERED BODIES TAKEN TO
HALIFAX, N. S.
Medical Opinion Is That Death Was
Instantaneous In Alt Cases
Owing to Pressure When
Down In Vertex
IN CRITICAL CONDITION.
Spokana, Vasru, Woman Endures Ter.
Mrs. . A. Schooamaker, 127 tf. Pi J
SL, Sfokaae, Wash., says: "1 gj -
so weak I could scarcely do my hof .
work and was often confined to bed.
trrr There was a bearing- .
JpM? dmn P,n through
JZ.' wil?f. -rsi mv b!n and nir hfari
ached as if it would
EpliL I knew by the
kidney secretions that
my kidneys were in a
terrible condition but
though I doctored, I
gradually grew worse.
until in critical condition. It was then
I began using Doan's Kidney FIM3 and
was entirely cured. I have not had a
stga of kidney trouble since."
"When Your Back Is Lame, Remem
ber the Name DOAN'3." 50c all stores
Foster-Milbura Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ,
Cause of the Row.
"Mrs. Brown had a dreadful quar
rel with her husband last night?"
"Yes She bid etght on a band that
was good for ten, not thinking Mr.
Brown would overbid her, but bo did.
It almost broke up the party."
Staying at home is
people try to cultivate.
a virtae few
Coated toDffne, vertigo, eoaottpstloa are
all relieved by Garfield Tea.
Kew York. Two hundred "and fire
bodies of the victims of the Titaaic
disaster have been picked up at sea i
by the cable steamer Mackay-Bennets
and are being brought beck to Hali
fax, N. S. The captain of the Mackay
Bennett confirms the Identification of
George D. Widener, son of P. A. B.
WWener of Philadelphia, In a wireless
dispatch today to the White Star line
and gives the further information thai,
the majority of the bodies will never
come to the surface of the sea.
Captain Larner of the Mackay
Bennett sends word through the Cape
Race wireless station that the steam
er has been drifting in a fog since
soon yesterday. He does not Indicate
when he will reach Halifax Bodies
are Boating upon the sea many miles
east and west in latitude 47.35 north
and longitude 4SJJT west, says the
The following dispatch was received
by the White Star tone through the
Cape Race wireless statiba:
"Drifting in dense fog since noon
yesterdayr'Total picked op 205. We
brooght away all embalming fluid to
be had in Halifax, enough for seventy.
"With a week of fine weather 1
think we could pretty well clean up
relies of the disaster. It is my opin
ion that the majority will never come
to the surface."
Another wireless dispatch from the
"Bodies are in latitude 47.35 north
longitude 43.37 west extending mury
miles east and west. Mail ships
should give this a wide berth. Med
ical opinion is death has been in
stantaneous in all cases owing to
pressure when bodies were drawn
down In vortex."
The White Star line Friday re
ceived another list of identified dead
from the Mackay-Bennett.
In the previous list there appeared
the name "Xlhllsedlg-RbatL' In the
oheck off list this name Is separated
to Nahil Schadid, and "L. Butt." After
an examination of all passenger lists
the officials have been able to find
only one Butt, that being Archibald
Butt, President Taft's military aide.
There Is also a "W. Butt" mentioned
In the wireless from the Mackay-Ben-
net, bet it is stated that this is the
body of a member of the crew. In 1
consequence, the opinion is advanced '
that "L. Butt" may be Major Butt
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TITANIC DISASTER CAUSES
STRIKE OF OLYMPIC CREW
Refused to Sail Unless Wooden Boats
Southampton. Three hundred of
the firemen and greasers belonging to
Use crew of the Olympic struck five
minutes before the White Star liner
was due to sail for New York. The
men deserted the ship In body. They
gave as their reason for striking th.Lt
collopsible boats installed on the ves
sel are unseaworthy.
A deputation of men employed In
the engine room of the Olympic called
on the officers of the ship and on
Commander Clark, the chief of tha Im
migration office in Southampton to
whom they declared that the collaps
ible craft on the Olympic were flimsy.
They refined to sail unless wooden
TO RED CROSS CONFERENCE
German Delegation Starts on Trip to
Berlin. The German delegation to
the International Red Cross confer
ence which is to meet in Washington
next month, departed for the United
Stateo. The delegation Includes Baron
von Pfuhi, president of the German
branch of the Red Cross and a dis
tinguished cavalry general; S. L.
Bembetmer, a member of the expert
commission of the German Red Cross
society, and Professor Kemraie, the
founder ot the Red Cross training
school for girls at Hohenlyehen.
Notable Lenden Wadding
London The marriage of M'as
Murllle Lucas-Teeth, daughter of Sir
Robert and Lady Laeaa-Tooth, and
Major Richard George Bright, aephew
of Viscount Canterbury, took plaei in
St. Margaret's, Westminster, in the
presence of a large aad fashionable
assemblage Ths bride, who Is i
young woman of great heatuy, risid
America last year and was enter
tained in United States and Canada.
life boats were substituted for the
collapsible ones and also demanded
that two additional seamen be signed
Commander Clark offered to take
the Olympic to the Cowes Roads and
allow any of the crew to select any
boat or boats on board anr! ho wnnll
prove by demonstration that they i
were absolutely safe The men re-
fused to be convinved and left thn
By pressing Into service all rhe
available engine room hands on the
White Star and American liners n
port, the Olympic was able to leave
White Star officials declared the re
quisite complement of firemen, greas
ers and crew is aboard the Olympic
and that the vessel will soon proceed.
There arrt 1,400 passengers aboard.
The steamer was unable to proceed,
however, as other employes refused
to sail unless the collapsible boats
were discarded and wooden ones substituted.
COURT SUSTAINS COMMISSION
Low Rate Schedule Upheld by State
Oklahoma City. Holding that the
railroads had practiced unjust dis
crimination against Oklahoma City in
the matter of live stock rates, both as
compared with intrastate rates in oth
er states and with interstate rates to
competitive markets, the supreme
court Tueedaj in an oyiaioa. by Justice
HayB sustainod in Its entirety the
order of the corporation commissioa
promulgating a new schedule of in
trastate rates on live stock,
"We are of the opinion," says the
court, "that there Is sufficient evi
dence to sustain the conclusion and
finding of the commission that the
rates complained of by the shipping
public and the packing industries lo
cated at Oklahoma City were bo high
as compared to rates prevailing in
other states under cimilar conditions,
and as compared to charges made for
Interstate shipments out of the state
' other markets, as to result preju
dicially to and discriminate against
the Oklahoma City market"
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