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J. S. SOULK, Pulill her
OKLAHOMA NEWS NOFES
Wo'ro tho fifth parcelB iont 70110.
Huptilpa will try uincuilam for pav
ing ItH HtriHltH.
I'ralrlo llren raged for hovciuI ilaya
about thu town or Mn)H.
Ketch u 111 Ih thu iiauii' of a now
town on tho Al. O. &. 0. mad.
Tulsa Ih remodeling hoiiiu of ItH
"Indian vitiligo ordlnanceH."
(luthrlo Ih after mi umbrella fac
tory that oinploya '.Till people.
Former (Jovoriuir HiiRkell Ih tlrll
lliiK 1111 oil woll near Okenuih.
J. L. Ilarnafio, prominent Tulsa law
yer, has quit tho law to conduit 11
Tnlilciiiiuli Ih going after a ntiivo fnc
lory which carries a $1,000 weekly
Tho county seat war at .lay nppenrn
to hnvo dwlmllud down to a type
Locdy has Just Htistalned n $25,000
fire loss. Hut I.eeily will como again,
bettor than over.
Kapulpa busluesH men nre propos
lug nutoniobtlo service from that city
to the dishing oil Meld.
A prlro lighter and 11 "gun man"
collided In llartlosvlllo tho other day
(lun man got thn worst of It.
Canadian oil producers aro receiv
ing $2 per barrel. That p.rlco In Okla
homa would mean ninny fortunes
Kent aro dropping In Oklahoma.
Cotton 'county ollkials nre getting
county headquarters for $1 a year
Tho farmers of eastern Oklahoma
aro called to meet at Muskogee Feb.
4 to organize a dovelqpenient associa
tion. Farmers of Cowskln l'rnrle. near
Jay, In Delaware county, will parti
clrnte In tho war of extermination
njralnit the chinch bugs.
Tho number of marriage licen
ces Iseued In Oklahoma county In
1912 Is nearly 200 lese than wero
Issued In 1911. To bo exact the dif
ference Is 172, there being 1,230 Is
sued In 1911 and 1.P5S In 1912
The Renfrew Tribune man hltwtho
nail on the head tliusly "Don't make
sport of tho cc.iiitry paper- mabo
there Isn't much news In It, maybo
It Is a dinky little sheet, maybe you
coul.1 run a better paper yourself, but
you will usually find that tho llttlo
paper Is as good as the town In which
It Is published"
Tho St Louis Globe-Democrat prof
fers tho Information that coal Is found
In one-third of the counties of ML
sour!, and Is found In large quantities
in Illinois, Iowa. Kansas. Avk.insas
snd New Mexico. We rise, to a que,
tlon of personal privilege, and desire
to state that Oklahoma produces a
better quality of coal than any of
these states with tho possible excep
tion of New Mexico, whose coal may
be as good, and that the center of
this great field Is McAlester, Okla
homa, U. S. A.
Contract for the new sewer system
at Kufaula has been awarded to tho
McPeay Construction company of
Little Hock for 67.260 The peoplo
of this city recently voter bonds In
the sum of $75.0oOfor tho sewer sys
tem, and thu work on It will begin
Immediately. The waterworks system
Is also to be enlarged and when com
pleted Kufalula will havo 0110 of tho
moht perfect water and sewer sys
tems In the state
Tho fruit Jar factory at Sand
Springs soon will bo In operation.
With New Year near nLhnnd, here's
a very good suggestion from Hob Hur
dette: "(let away from the crowd for
n while and think Stand 011 one side
get acquainted with yourself nnd ieo
what kind of a fellow ou are. Ask
yourself hard questions about your
self. Ascertain, from otifdnnl sources,
If cm aro really the manner of man
you say you are and If yim nre always
honest. If you always tell the square,
perfect truth In business details: If
your life Is as good and upright at !
11 o'clock at nlfV.t as It Is nt noon:
If you rtru as good a tcinporanco man
on a flshlug excursion as ou are on
a Sunday school picnic; If you are as
good when you go to the city as you
are at home, If, In short, are you
really the sort of mail your father
hopes you are and your sweetheart
believes you are. Oct on Intimate
tornu with ours!f. my boy, nnd
bellevo me. every tlmo you come out
of nyie of those prlvnto 'Interviews
you will be n stronger, hotter, purer
man. Don't forget this, nnd It will do
3,000,000 REFUNDING DONDS WILL
BE APPROVED AND SOLD
FOR BACK STATE WARRANTS
McBrlne, Military and Portion of State
Printing Paper Excepted Until
Their Lccjal Status It
lnillcnllciiin now tiro that the $3,000,
000 Issue of statu refunding bonds to
take, up thai amount of state warrnulB
which the stato taxes havo not cov
orod will bo rondy for sale about
February 1, and Hint the holdoni of
these long outstanding warrants may
expect their money not later tliiin
March I. 1913.
Upon application from Attorney C.en
oral Charles West, February 1 Iiub
Seen set by District Judge W, 11. Tay
lor an the date for llnal hearing And
signing of the bonds, and State Treas
urer Hobert Dunlop Is preparing to
advertise tho bonds for salo on tho
same date. Ho will send out his ad
vortlHomciitK probably on January 1, in
ordor that tiioy inny run thirty days
before tho sale.
If there Is no further hitch, the
bonds therefore will he signed nil
sold February 1. As soon as the money
Is received for them, the stnte treas
urer will Isrue a general call for all
of these $3,U0eno0 In old outstanding
warrants, nnd will pay them off us
fast as they aro presented.
Original Date Changed
January 15 was the dato originally
deeded upon for tho tlnal hearing
and salo of the bonds, but delay was
caused by two different matters, one,
to allow time for tho Western Hank
Note, nnd lCngrnvhig company of Chi
cago to print nnd engrave tho bonds;
the other, becnuso of the necessity of
weeding out of tho warrants to bo re
funded between $7G,000 nnd $S0,000 of
warrants held -to havo been Illegally
Issued and consequently not entitled
to tho refund.
Tho law requires that ten dnys' no
tice of tho final hearing be advertised
beforehand, nnd these liio attorney
general will publish not later than
State Treasurer Dunlop does not an
ticipate any difficulty In selling the
bonds. Tho first slate bond Issue of
$1,460,000 brought a substantial pre
mium. The refunding bo 's will bo
Issued In teji series of $:t00,000 each
tho first to fall due In' 10" 5, the others,
one each year until 1913. Thoy will
bear 4 per cent Interest, payable semi
annually, the Interest dntes being Feb
ruary 1 ami August 1.
Interest Accrues On All
Tho exact nmount of warrants, with
Interest, to be refunded cannot be
calculated, as the interest accrues un
til thirty days after the treasurer shall
Issue his call. The approximate
amount will bo $3,000,400, or equlva
lent to the amount of the bond is
sue. The registration numbers of the
wnrants to bo refunded, as taken from
the register books of the state treas
urer, nt as follows From Nor 22.901,
reg - or'd August 3, 1910, to N'o. 45,
S43, roistered March 11, 1912, Inclu
sive, but vrlth certain exceptions; No.
45.S44, registered March 29, 'H12, to
No. 4B.SS1, registered November IS,
1912; No. F-l, registered July 1, 1911
to No. F-3.300, registered December
17, 1912. Inclusive, but with certain
Tho exceptions consist largely of
tho warrants held to be illegal or
doubtful, and include certain military
and state printing warrants nnd tho
Special Train on Secret Schedule.
Sometime before January ir a ms
terlous trnln, trnellng on secret
Rchedule, will transport 300 Insane
patients from the Normal asylum for
Insnno to the new building at Vlnltn.
Tho routo of the trnln will bo kept
secret, to prevent any congregations
of sight soets enroute, nnd for other
rensons of public policy.
A similar train carried about the
s,nme number of Insane patients from
Noruinn to Fort Supply four years
ago, and mado the trip without any
exceptional events. The violent
maniacs wore transported in especial
ly prepared nnd guard-il coaches.
Tho Vlnltn nnd Fort Supply asylums
aro owned and mnnnged by the r.tnte.
The Norman asylum Is managed by
the receiver of the defunct Caplaol
National Hnnk of Guthrie, as that
bank owned a majority of tho shares
of tho Norman Sanitarium company.
Stato Inrnno nre cared for nt Norman
at $200 per head pr annum. It Is be
lieved that a considerable saving may
bo mado by the stnte taking over the
jjaUenta and carlug tor them lUalf.
GRANT MANY rARDONB.
Expiration of Sentences Let Several
Convicts Out of the State
The following explrntlon pnrdons
will becomo effective at tho sUito
penitentiary during Janunry.
With citizenship rights: H. F.
Knight, PiiBhmntiilint burglary, two
years, Janunry 8; Davo Johnson Gar
vin, robbery, thren years, Janunry 1!
Oeorgo Preston, Wagoner, grand lnr
ceny, llvo years, January 5; 13. N.
I'laxco, Aloka, larceny, one year,
January (5; J. n. Trlppett, Cherokee
forgery, two yenrs, January 7; Jhon
Cllne, Soquoynh, grand larceny, two
nnd a half yenrs, January 7; Henry
McDnnlol, LeFlore, grnnd larceny, 0110
yoar, January 9; Arthur McNIsh, Mus
kogee, grnnd lnrcony, two nnd n half
yenrs, Janunry ll; Willie 1'nrker,
I'ushnialanh, destroying and Injuring
domestic nnimnls, six months, Jnuu
nry 13; Wnn Stone, l'ottowntomlc,
grand larceny, ono year, January 13.
Without citizenship rights. Joo Col
bert, Atoka, lnrcony of domestic ani
mals, four years, Janunry 2; Hen
Smith, Wagonor, grand larceny, live
years, January 5; William Drown,,
Custer, falso pretense, 0110 year, Jan
uary 8; John Goldsmith, Jefferson,
grand larcenj, three years, January
I; Levi Wnrseat, M'uskoRce. forgery,
two years, Janunry 13,
Health Document Before Marriage.
That a determined effort will be
made at tho forthcoming seslon of the
legislature to cnacta law requiring
the presentation of 11 health certificate
by both parties coutemplnliig mar
rlago before tho Issuance of the regu
lation mnrrlngo license Is forecasted
by the activities at the state federa
tion of women's clubs nnd other organ
zatlons, including many of tho medi
cal societies of Oklahoma.
In the biennial report of the state
health department, Stato Commission
re of Health Mnhr gives some Interest
ing Information on this subject. He
declares that the records of inspection
recently made by tho department of
nil state Institutions will show that
had medical certificates been requir
ed of the contracting pnrties fifty
years ago, many of the Inlmntes of the
penitentiaries, reformatories, asy
lums nnd poor farms would not now
be charges of the state and a source
of expense to tho public.
Commissioner Mahr says In par'
"Society recognizes only such
unions as aro legalized by a llconso
nnd a regularly porfoi med ceremony.
Vet under this cloak there are dally
performed crimes every bit as heinous
and for more blighting than that for
which Oklahoma mnn recently arose
In his might as n father and took tho
life of his daughter's seducer.
"Statistics throughout tho United
States show- that from 60 to SO per
cent of nil abdominal operations per
formed for tho purpose of relieving
pelvic dlsenses In mnrrled women nre
the result of a contnglous disease
from which tho husband was suffer
ing nt the time of mnrlage. Statistics
from our state home for feeble mnld
ed, located at Enid, show that 75 per
cent of the Inlmates of this Institu
tion are part of the crop of 'wild
oats' sown by their fnthers when sin
gle men. Forty per cent of the child
ren In the stnte school for the blind
nre denied the right to seo tho beau
ties of the world, because their fathers
sowed 'wild oats,' They must suffer
and pay tho penalty for their fathers'
few years of reckless life. There nre
at least '200 Inmates In the state hos
pitals for lnsnt-i- whoso brains are. as
blank ns n stone vail Thev arc
doomed to live in n madhouse fr- the
rest of their natural lives as the re
sult of alcohol, ilre nnd Immorality
cm the part of their fathers, and tho
neglect of their maternnl grandfather.
"In the stnte deaf and dumb school,
located at Sulphur, 40 por cent of the
Inmates can safely ntlrlbuto their
present phjslcnl defects to parental
Those Peruna Testimonial!
How Are They Obtained?
S. B. HARTMAN. M. D.
For a great
mnny years I
hnvo been gnth
ns to tho effects
of l'oruna when
taken for ca
hnvo on hand
people In nil
stations of life,
who claim that
a f t o r mnny
years futllo at
tempts to rid
by various forms of treatment they
have found completo relief by tho
use of Peruna. Theso testimonials
havo come to mn unrequcstcd, unso
licited, unrewarded In nny way, di
rectly or Indirectly. They hnvo sim
ply been gleaned from my prlvnto cor
respondence with patients that havo
been more or less under my treatment
or taking inv remedies.
No remedy, ofllclnl or unofficial, hns
n greater accredited basis for tho
claims we make for It than Peruna as
a remed for cntarrh.
1 have in rr been opposed nt nny
tlmo to the regulations offered by tho
Pure Food nnd Drugs Act. I nm not
now opposed to Its provisions, but I
nm opposed to tho proposed amend
ments to pin' to n partisan hoard of
physicians the unqualified authority to
decldo ns to all therapeutic claims
which may be made for a proprietary
medicine. It is manifestly unjust to
NO LONGER SELECTS THE HAT
nifnr mirh minnHnnii rn n hnriv nt mnn
who nre nlrendy convinced of the
worthlessnesB or proprietary medi
cines. To glvo such a body of men
tho unlimited authority to decldo
whether our claims for Peruna aro
valid or not Is n manifest violation of
my constitutional rights.
My clalniB are based both on cred
itable theoretical grounds and upon
Irrefutable BtatlBtlcs. Hut I am qulto
willing to hnvo our clnlms as to the
composition of Perunn properly and
thoroughly Investigated, nnd If found
In l, fnlnn n nrnner nnnnltv should
bo fixed. Or If I nm ninklng any
stntements concerning disease, nB to
tho nature, symptoms or danger of
nny dlsoase, if I nm making any such
stntements ns to unnecessarily .fright
on tho peoplo by fnlso assumptions, I
nm willing to submit to any unbiased
trlbunnl i: Investigation.
'Irs. Alice nogle, 803 Clinton 8t.,
Clrclevllle, Ohio, writes: "I want to
Inform you what Peruna has dor.3
for me. I hnvo been afflicted with ca
tarrh for several years. I havo tried
different medicines nnd none seemed
to do me any good until I used Pe
runn. I hnvo taken six bottles nnd
can praise it very highly for the good
It has done mo. I nlso find It of reat
benefit to my children."
Peruna Is for salo at all drug stores.
ASK YOUR DRUG
GIST FOR FREE PE
Suit Started to Collect Deposit.
Asking that Governor Leo Cruce,
F. tl. Dennis and J. C. McClelland,
composing the bnnklng bonrd of tho
stato of Oklahoma, and J. 1). Lnnkford,
ns exoKlelo member of the board, bo
compelled to pay two certificates of
deposit, end: for $1,000. William Wnl
lace, a citizen of Illinois, filed In dis
trict court here nn nppllcntlon for a
peremptory wilt of mandamus ngnlnst
the banking board.
The certificates of deposit were Is
sued by the now defunct Farmers and
Merchant's bank of Snpulpn, Okla.,
and nre dated March 10, 1012, and
signed by C. W. Willis, nsBlstnnt
cashier of the bank. Tho Farmers
nnd Merchunts' bank wns dosed nboul
the first of October by the bank cam
mlssloner, and a few days later depos
itors were paid from tho guaranty
fund nnd assets of tho hunk. Al tho
tlmo of closing tho Institution the
bank exnmlner stated the reason of
the bank's failure was that the bank
through Its principal stockholder,
H. C. Hurnett, had loaned considerable
of thn bank's funds to thu Sr.pulpa In
terurban Hallway company, In which
Burnett wan InUreitod.
Hubby's First and Last, Experience at
a Millinery Store, Was Alto
gether Too Costly.
Congressman Hnlph W Moss of In
diana did not care much for a hat his
wife wore. He finally spoko nbout It.
Mrs Moss admitted that It was plain,
nnd, lnstend of taking exceptions to
her husband's remark, Invited him to
accompany hpr the next- tlmo she
bought a tint
' 1 enn certainly pick out n bettor
one than that," snld Mr. Moss.
So they went to the store together,
Mrs. Moss said not r. word as the
comely milliner displayed one beau
t'ful bonnet after another. It was tho
first time Mr Moss had ever been in
a millinery store, but ho appeared to
be at ease, and flnnlly selected one of
the most joful creations In tho en
tire stock. Mrs. M06S looked well In
It. She wns pleased.
"lil take that," said the Hoosler
congressman "How much Is It?"
"Fortv dollars." said the pretty girl
wlihe even a blink
Mr Moss saw blue stars, but luck
ily had just come from the bank
nnd wns able to produce that much
In cash Now ho lets Mrs. Moss buy
her own hats and he does not com
plain about their being plain Judge.
"I nm sorry to say," remarked the
young wife, "that my husband Beems
to lack Initiative and dovlslon."
"What haB cniiBed you to think so?"
her friend asked.
"1 have to suggest It every tlmo
when he nsks n ralso In salary, and
then he hesltntes for a long time
about doing IL"
Constlpitlon caucc many rcrlous dleae.
It Is thoroughly cured by Doctor 1'lerco't
l'lonnnt Pellets. Ono a laxative, three for
Mmy a young man Is up with the
lark becnuso he kept tho lark awake
Don't become so busy giving advice
that you hnvo no tlmo to mind your
Mrs. WlnMow's Soothlne Bjntp for Children
teething, aoftrna the kuujr, reduce Inflnmma-llon,all&yepaln,ciirMwltidcollc,I5calxHtleMK
It Is easier for love to find tho way
than It Is to pay the way.
AI.rAI.fA J Timothy and Clover mlied.
14 HO Karma for Halo ami rent on crop pay
mcnlB J, 1IUL.1IALU Sioux City, la. Adr.
Anyway, the wise mnn is less of a
fool than the average
"What h ve you ever dono to claim
distinction? In e'hrr words, what
lu.ve you ever dom wjs original
or out of the ordinary'.'
i once had a part In the actual
transfer of several shares of stock
on the New York exchange."
Some spinsters nre unhappy be
cnuse they hnvo no mnn around to
THE BEST TEACHER.
Old Experience Still Holds the Palm.
For real practical reliability and
ponuthlng to swear by, exporlonco
plain old experience Is nblo to enrry
a big load yet without getting sway
backed. A So. Dak. woman found some
things nbout food from Old Experi
ence n good, reliable teacher.
"I think I havo used nlmost every
brenkfast food manufactured, but 110110
equal (Irnpe-Nuts In my estimation
"I wns greatly bothered with weak
stomach nnd indigestion, with forma
tion of gas after eating, nnd tried
many remedies for It but did not find
"Then I decided I must diet and sen
If I could overcome the dJllleulty thnt
way. My choice of food was drape
Nuts because the doctor told 1110 I
could not digest stnrehy food.
"drape-Nuts food has been 11 great
benefit to mo for I feel like u different
person since 1 begun to eat It, It Is
wonderful to mn how strong my
nerves have become. ndvlnu uvery
one to try It, for exporluiico Is tlio
"If j cm hnvo nny stomach tnmhliy
can't digest jour food, iiho (Imp...
Nuts food for breakfast al least, and
you won't bo able to praise It enough
when you see how dllferent you feel "
Nnmo given, by Pnstum Co., Ilnltlo
Cteek, Mich. Head thn llttlo honk,
"Tho limit! to Wollvlllo," In p.,
"There's 11 Itenson '
ISit-r rrnil Ihr ilium. Irlli-rf , 11 ere
mn- iiii.-iir from 11 1,1 n,r ''.
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