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Arilmoro has a 'possutn hunters'
The Chlckaitaw Medical association
meets on Not ember 0.
The government townsltc surveyors
re-surveying tbe town of Clarcmore.
Wctvokn, Seminole nation, Is to have
a national bank with 825,000 of capital.
Muskogee wants n meeting of editors
of both territories at that place on
The lumber bustness in Indian Ter
ritory is immense. The saw mills are
all working overtime.
The Comam-he News puts out positive
Information of the coming of another
railroad to that town.
A telephone lino is being built from
ColTeyville, Kas., to Watonga, I. T., to
Intoit-oct with the 1 tell lines at both
The ltev. J. M. Laird, of the Alvn,
0. T., M. I church, has been made
presiding elder of the Muskogee, I. T.,
The Ardmorelte becomes eloquent of
Ardmore's prospects of having three
railroads, one of them having its ter
A herd of 1,000 cattle from Medicine
Lodge was unloaded at Optima, I leaver
county, to bo trailed to New Mexico
President Roosevelt has commuted
the sentence of James W. Wilson, n
boy who was convicted of horse steal
Ing in Indian Territory.
Thomas Warren, of Oklahoma county,
expects to sell 7,200 bushels of sueet
potatoes olT his iiO acie Held of them.
lie is getting SI a bushel.
The new town in Washita county,
where the road crosses Timber Creek,
lu.s been named Kicks in honor of
licchti !!rick, of Wcathcrford.
Indian agent Shoenfeldt refuses per
mits for hunting parties from Kansas
of whom hundreds have been going
f Into Indian Territory to hunt.
Near lHue, I. T., Nicholas Caldwell
and Gibson Columbia, two fullblood
Chickasaw s, fought with Winchesters
and both were mortally woundedj
Their dispute was about land.
The Chickasaw legislature's act in
appropriating 85,000 to pay Senator
Hurton for his services as the attorney
of the nation is protested against and
the president will be asked not to ap
prove the law.
A single statehood mass meeting at
Vinlta heard speeches by prominent
eitiens from different places In tlio
territory, among whom were Clifton
It. llreckenrldgo and Col. T. II. Needles
of the Dawes commission.
Milton Thompson, a farmer near
Ilaker, captured an animal that none
of the neighbors could give a name for.
f It weighed 75 pounds, had short legs,
"" (fray urt nn'l long claws. Thompson
got a gallon of grease from the carcuss.
Lewis Ilingham was drilling wheat
near Independence and while crossing
a ravine the tongue broke and the drill
1h) caught his legs holding him fast
for an hour before help came. Luckily
the team remained quiet all that time.
The board of county commissioners
of Noble county had the public square
at Perry set out to trees a number of
years ago, and planted them thickly.
Now the sale of the surplus trees will
more than pay for the outlay, and the
bquaro will still hae the finest grove
A young man from Oriffs, I. T., took
b a young woman of that place to Kort
Smith and left her In a restaurant while
lie should go to procure a marriage
license. She was given a room when
night came on, and the next day she
went out to hunt for Gray. She said
dray had 815 of her money and 15centa
of his own.
Uovcrnor Johnston, of thoChlckasaws
advised the legislature that his salary
of 81,500 was Inadequate and the salary
of governor was raised to 84,000, com
mencing with the next term.
Oeorgo Wright, United States Indian
Inspector, and l C. Hubbard, deputy
United States marshal, with headquar
ters at Muskogee, I. T., wero in Kan-
V , Has City together, a few daos since.
ivir. iiuooarci was one oi me lounuers
and owners of the Muskogee I'luemx.
Mr. Wright has so many and vailoua
duties that he is nicknamed "The Czar "
The Iloldcnville convention selected
Wm. O'llrlen, a business man of Tish
omingo, as commissioner for Indian
Territory at the St, Louis exposition.
The Kans.au City Southern railway
put u large force of men to work and
laid spurs on each sldn of their track
on which box cars wero placed to pre
vent the crossing of the O.arlc and
Chrfokce Central rallw ay grading for
the new road at WesUllle. The con
, tontlon of the Kansas City Southern is
that the crossiug is too near their
Ths quloksat way to convluco a man
Is to agree with htm.
A physician always asks a tick man
what ails him and thon proceeds to
charge him 93 for tlio Information.
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won't shake out or blow out; by uslns;
Defiance starch ou obtain batter rcaulti
than possible with any other brand and
one-third more for aame money.
Tho preacher who lasts longest Is
nsually the one who preaches shortest.
The mariner Is 8 1 ways glnd U, .to a
lighthouse, but It's iKncrent with an
It's all right for a man to be a crank
If he can be turned to advantage.
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Tho lawyer doesn't beliove that every
man Is entitled to Ills opinion.
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