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A.SADA.KKO OKLAHOMA, MONDVY, .sHlMMSUltHK, U, l!K)5
Amarillo Gentlemen Organize
To Develop Property
In Caddo County
On last Tuesday the Amarillo,
Texas Oil and Gas Co. was or
ganized under a charter granted
in Oklahoma, with headquarters
and main pffioes in Anadarko
Caddo county Okla. capital stook
$400,000. The Amarillo, Texas
Oil & Gas Co. has 2,600 aores of
land, with every indication o
an immense oil yield in the field
where there is much excitement
being manifested over the gas
and oil discoveries.
The company is composed of
D. T. Wren, President, J. 1H.
Gouldy, Seoretary, F. B. Gouldy
Treasurer and Cashier, all of
Amarillo, and J. E Golden, of
Anadarko, General Manager.
$These gentlemen are all very en
thusiastic, as they not only have
a large body of land with the
best of oil indications, but have
oil itself, in what quantity ia to
be determined just as soon as a
well can be put down.
Mr. Wren returned from the
field, bringing some of the crude
oil which is oozing out of the
ground, and Mr. Golden who
has been spending a few days in
Amarillo, says there is a world of
it. Weils are now being sunk in
this territory and there is much
excitement in that section of
Oklahoma over the oil and gas
The Wohita Eagle, of Aug. 22,
announces that tht Whitewater
Oil and Gas Co. have struck a
flowing well at Gotebo, Okla.,
and that several big companies
from Indian Territory, Penn
sylvania and elsewhere, are try
ing to get leases and buy land:
"One of the greatest oil and
gas excitements in the history of
the discovery of the products in
Western Oklahoma is now on in
the eastern part of Caddo county.
'The third well was recently
brought in tnere with a strong
out flow, discovered at a depth
of 350 feet. , Land values have
leaped in value, and offers of $10,
000 for quarter sections haye
been refused by farmers in the
"New capital Li rushing into
the field. A fourth well has
been sunk to the gas strata, and
the company is preparing to
shoot the well. Experts declare
that a gusher will be the result.
"Every available quarter seo
iion in the vioinity ia being leas
ed for mineral purposes. It is
reported that the Standard oil
has a man on tho ground and
that some of the leases recently
made were for this company.
The tast Days Session
Was Pacific. Fort Gib
son to be Capital
Muskogee, Sept., 10. The
constitutional convention of the
proposed state of Sequoyah com
pleted its work at noon and ad
journed. Tho constitution as a
whole was adopted by unanim
ous vote aftor a few amendments
were made. An appeal to con
gress was adopted, asking that
tribal schools whioh cease to
exist after Maroh next be oared
for by the national government
until the state government is es
tablished. The chief matter of interest to
night was tho fight over the
question of the state oapital at
Fort Gibson for six years, as was
reoommendedjby the committeo.
Eufaula made a fight to have
that place substituted for Fort
Gibson. There was no other
candidate, the other towns pre
ferring to take a chance on a
vote of the people. The conven
tion decided to looate the capital
at Fort Gibson.
The committee on nominations
roported tho following for con
gressm on-at-largo: J. U.
Thomas, Muskogee, Republican;
C. L. Long, Wowoka, Republi
can ;. Too M. Lollay, Claromoro,
Domoornt; D. C. McCurtain,
South McAloster, Domoorat. Mr.
Lellay is a Chorokno and Mr.
MrtCurtain is a Choctaw. Tho
report was accepted.
These candidates aro to bo
voted on at tho oonstituiion
olection and if congross admits
the state they will at once tauo
their seats in congress.
A resolution was adopted dis
claiming and repudiating tho
claim put forth by the singlo
state associates that by their
action chiefs of tho five nations
had gone on record as forming
a statehood and that they were
not opposed to singlo statohood.
The chiefs made publio state
ments deolaring thomsolves for
over opposed to any act or word
looking to statehood with Okla
homa and that before this con
vention they wished to eo go
The date of the vote of ratific
ation of the constitution was
changed from October 18 to
Nov. 2. It is proposed by the
campaign committee to navo a
polling plaoo at eaoh of tho 045
postoffices of the territory when
this vote is taken.
The qualification that a oounty
judge must have been a practic
ing lawyer for five years was re
moved today so far as tho first
election is concerned Tho term
of office of prosecuting attorney
was fixed at four years.
A supreme election board for
tho first election was created.
This board is composed of D. M.
Hodge, Broken Arrow; D. N.
Robb, Atoka; Carl Pursol,
Muskogoo, and A. B Cunning
ham, Talequah. Two of thoflo
are Democrats and two are Re
publicans. They will canvass
the constitution returns and also
tho first state election.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
W R Swiney and Elizabeth
lot 7 blook 1 Cement con. $1050.
Wm H Bullook and Effie M
to Do Witt Bedwell S W H 3
Hattie A Wise and J S to H
Christian lot 13 to 18 blook
I.ookoba con. $250.
United States to Josoph
Long lots 5 and 0 soo. 4-7
Elmer E Grinstead to Charles
E Stamp lot 13 blook 10 Carnogo
John C Dearing to J M Camp-
boll and Theodora S E H 35-8-10
All local Farmer's Unions of
Caddo Co. O. T., aro requested
to meet at Graoomont on the 15th
day of Sept. at 2 p. m. Let all
locals send representatives as
there will bo business of im
portance. J. C. Radkr,
Miss Grace Simlar, who has
boon very ill with typhoid fovor
for a numbor of weTSks, died at
an oarly hour this morning at
tho homo of her sister, Mrs.
Fletohor, south of the oity.
Tho nows of her death will bo
a groat shook to hor many friends
in tho city, who were not awaro
that she was dangerously ill until
within the last fow davs. Her
death will bo a personal I0&4 to
many of our citizens, as she had
by hor kind and affablo disposi
tion, won hosts of fronds during
nor rosiuenoe in Anadarko. Tho
funoral sorvioes will be held at
tho Fletoher homo tomorrow
morning, after whioh interment
will bo mado in the oity come
tory. The Domoorat oxtendB
sinoero sympathy to the f rionds
and relatives who wore so Badly
bereaved by tho death of thiB
young lady, who was loved and
respected by all with whom bIio
Good second hand pump with
fifty feet of pipe, 3 foot sand
point, brass linod oylinder. All
complete good as now. a bar
gain. Dyke Ballinqeu 18 13
DO YOU NOGO'nFLl
Tho Southwestern Employ
ment Agonoy of Lawton, Okla
homa, has people of many trades
and professions registered for
work. Writo or wire thorn.
U. 1. WKLN, President
F. B. GOULDY, Treasurer
J. E. GOLDEN, General Manager
J. H. GOLDEN, Secretary
Amarillo Texas Oil and Gas Company.
Has 2600 Acres of Fine Oil and Gas lands in
Caddo County Oklahoma.
The center of the great oil and gas field which has recently been
discovered and is now being developed. More enthusiam and excite
ment has been aroused over these finds of oil and gas in such big
paying quantities in Caddo County, than of any like discovered in re
cent years. Land prices have leape'd into thousands of dollars per
acre and offers of $io,000 for a single quarter section have been re
fused. Every available acre has been bought or leased. The third
well sunk inthe Gotebo field was brought in with a strong flow at
a depth of 350 feet.
Invostigato "This Now
THE AMARILLO TEXAS OIL AND GAS COMPANY, which is composed of staunch business men with strong financial
backing, will place on the market a limited amount of stock at a ground floor price. Look into this
proposition at once. Address All communications to
J. C. GOVLDY, Sec, at the office of the Panhandle Land, Loan and Emigration Company
AMARILLO, - - - TEXAS.