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Council Hill Eagle (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Council Hill, Oklahoma The Council Hill INDIAN TERRITORY The Twin Territories bank association will meet Oklahoma City Mav 21. lias a business men's with Dr. M. Williams Woodmen hands are organizing everywhere ready for the big logrolling at 21-J4. Creek Nation Sinking Convention meets at I. on Saturday before the first Sunday in city at Carmen purchased 5.000 trees for the park and 5.000 trcis to be set out on the streets of the Murphy of Coweta has been elected a member of the council to lill the unexpired term of i The Kingfisher firemen are making arrangements for big on May X The ball is for the benefit of the fire The Anadarko Democrat says that town is receiving a boost as the Western Union has recognized them and is installing While a well for at Wewoka a vein of coal was discovered and now there is talk of digging a shaft and working the Articles of agreement were filed this week at South McAlester incorporating the First National hank of Tidmore with a capital of George R. a prominent merchant is preparing to open a bank at I. T. Work has begun on the erection of a two story brick Tlie Mercantile Co. at at a of the directors and the executors representing the elected Ernst manager of the Mrs. D. McCarthy of Indian planted potatoes on February 23 and corn the first week of On March 2.1 had tomato and cabbage plants enough to set C. M. a Checotah well has closed a contract with the T. A. Maudlen Townsite Co. to nut down a prospecting hole at Council Work on it will be commenced at The furniture dealers of Oklahoma and Indian Territory have decided to hold a convention in Shawnee on the 23rd, 24th and 25th of the dates on the Funeral Association Will Tony a small 11-vear old lad at while stealing a on a freight last Saturday happened to the misfortune of having a leg so badly crushed by a car wheel that amputation was W. W Rice who resides on Tien Hampton's farm of sold a pig 10 R. F. Maloney of the purchase price being Now who says that is not a line stock Notice has been that the States Indian a at the Union agency on April 24. 190(1. commence the disbursement of available funds in and retiring general fund issued and now a indebtedness the Creek as All general fund warrants up to and including No. 2327 dated March 3. 1906. Articles of incorporation have been filed by the Hanna Trading of I. T. Capital stock The are W. T. C. IS. Wallace E. L. J. E. Oil is wasting at the rate of 1600 barrels a day 011 lot 73. in the Osage The well is the property of the Devonian Oil was drilled in several days The j surrounding it are peculiar and owing to governmental red j owners of the well and all others are powerless to do The farmers near Davis are beginning to plant The cotton acreage will be somewhat less than last Washita valley farmers are giving considerable tention to alfalfa and corn and will not plant as much cotton as During the first twelve clays since the coal mines in the territory have shut J B. Tua of- agent for several steamship has sold tickets to over twenty Italian miners who are to their old homes in Italy and says there arc more to a farmer near raised 1800 bushels of sweet and sold every bushel for a dollar Last week he marketed the last three REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS Ledbetter and Washington in Interest of New April 15.;-(Special). W. A. Ledbetter of Clarence A. Douglas V. of Muskogee and Commissioner Tains Bixby are drafting an amendment to the Indian appropriation providing for the removal of restrictions on the sale of surplus lands and hope to shape a proposition that will prove acceptable to a majority of the Indian which is expected to father it. These and other interested in the matter have had conferences with the president and Indian Commissioner and have appointed Mr. Ledbetter to draw up an that shall embody the suggestions received from these It is designed to draft a provision which will make the removal of restrictions to such safeguard as will protect the Indians against impositions and require a showing satisfactory to the secretary of the interior that the Indians are capable of managing their own affairs before approval is given to the alienation of their Other safeguards are also to be required in the hope that the proposed legislation be accepted by the senate and It is represented here by Douglas and others that the elimination of the clause providing for the removal of restrictions from the Five Civilized Tribes has cast a gloom on the business interests of the and this argument has been to the president and the interior department in the strongest SIX TWO MAY DIE Distressing Accident of Battleship D. Atlantic the strongest fighting fleet Amer ica has ever had been for weeks engaged jn the most severe drills in the waters of the culminating in the quarterly This practice was just about with most satisfactory tip to and it was expected at the on basis of preliminary reports records would be in the matter of rapidity of fire and efficiency of. just at the close of the week's work at the came a cablegram from Rear Admiral Evans the commanding chief of the Atlantic telling of a dreadful accident on one of his best the The telegram told in part that the gunners were stowing away in the forward turret sections of powder for a thirteen-inch when the explosion killing Lieutenant Peter Theodore Anton O. Julius A. and Ellis Lieutenant J. W. Graeme and W. King are not expected to Forty men were above and below and it is a wonder more were not killed SOME BIG DEALS Two Oil Property Sales Made in Kansas Interstate Oil company of Chautauqua has sold its property to an English The price paid is said to have been approximately Until recently had been The transfer of the property has taken J. M. an expert of who has been here to accept the formal turnin over of the has left for the en route to Mr. Miller has inaugurated a complete system of accounting for the company's affairs and thoroughly acquainted himself with the holdings of the Interstate consisting of 122 wells and 8,000 acres of William Geiser has been in London several weeks and expects to remain until He is accompanied by Mrs. A NEW FORM OF GRAFT Sharper Said to Have Imposed oii Creek Indians I. reports be an epidemic of graft has struck Indian This report is that a man named Butler has been among the Indians in the Western part of the Creek reservation representing that he could get placed on the rolls for allotment Indians who had been refused by the He made dates to meet them at certain Wetumka being one of He charged them notary fees and made them sign notes for small amounts to be paid him when they were placed on the It is said that notes were immediately The Dawes commission will investigate the of the FIRE NEAR OUT - OF FUEL Once Beautiful San Franciso Razed to the UNKNOWN DEAD LIE IN HEAPS Much Suffering for Want of Food and Department Rushing in Supplies April 20.-The war department at 0 o'clock tonight received the following Western Union telegram from San has been no renewal of the fire west of Octavia street or south of Market but it is not under control at the water and it is creeping toward the from which this information is not much alarm is felt that it will reach the even if it reaches the steamer freight sheds on 1 San fire is practically under A clear sky over the mission district shows that the lire there has been The spread of the toward the western the best part of the city has been and the only portion of the conflagration that demands the attention of the is that ext. tiding from Nob hill section to the part of the water The western addition danger was averted o'clock this morning by the use of and two stream of VERY LITTLE LEFT OF CITY Chinatown Is Gone and Its Passages Laid Open Sim - Sergeant of the States army took a trip over a good portion of the and his report 1 of any importance in the up to Van Ness the entire section and all the has been entirely and the district running north from Golden Gate avenue and lying between Van Ness avenue and street also has Chinatown is The fire is raging 011 Nob I hear that parts of Nob hill arc wiped The has crossed Van Ness avenue east of Union and everything in tint district is Certain parts of Nob hill are though very The fire is around Union and Franklin streets with every prospect of Tt now as if the entire city will be burned before the fire A section bounded by Union and Octavia streets and Golden Gate a-d another between streets are about all that is left oc the city north of Market There 'S a section in the Mission south of Market has not been The that it because nothing can stop the until the straggling outskirts of the Telephone Company O. territorial charter was issued to the Aline Telephone company of capital George W. Graham H. A. Noah of and John Hartshorn of SAN JOSE IN RUINS Practically Brck and Stone Buildin Wrecked Los which was the little jn soid sheriff of this this morning as he stepper of the train at River the worst looking wreck I ever I lefit yesterday morning at o nineteen dead bodies had been and there was a possibility that others would be I reached Agnew asylum a few hours later in an automobile and was one of the first on the There I helped to out sixty At noon T arrived at San it was believed that fully loo bodies were in the RUMORS OF MANY DEAR Reported That 37 Perished in Three Lodging Houses San three-story lodging house at Fifth and Mission streets collapse and over seventy-five dead bodies have been taken There are at least fifty other dead bodies This building was one ot the first to take fire on Fifth At least too were lost in the Cosmopolitan on Fourth Over 150 are reported lost in the Seventh WONT STAND FOR IT Dowie Rejects the Last Proposal and Will Retake Zion negotiations toward a peaceful settlement of the question as to who shall control Zion City and its were broken John Alexander through his rejected the proposition advanced by General Overseer W. G. Voliva to the effect that the estate be turned over to a board of to consist of nine four of them be selected by Dowie and a like number by The ninth man was to be selected by the board as 1. It was stipulated that both Dowie and Voliva be active members of this and that the of the members thereof be final in determining whether the depose of Voliva be the recognized head of the Christian Catholic Dowie rejected the proposal on the ground that not only would he not in the appointment of Voliva on the but that he no longer recognized the loader as a member of the In speaking of the Attorney P. C. representing Dr. soon as we can obtain the necessary information we will file a in the circuit court of Lake county at This instrument will be a petition that the transfer of the property of Zion executed General Overseer giving to Deacon Alexander Granger full title be declared We are to the extent that and his forces have in their possession all of the books and papers concerning Zion City and its It may be necessary for me to into court to get of As soon as we obtain the desired information will be Dr. it is to Zion some time this It is declared by the that when the the city which he founded he will do so as the head of the they say will be- RICH OSAGE INDIANS Every Worran and Child of Tribe Worth Each is estimated that every and child in the in is worth today at least The development of the oil and other mineral may add to this sum in years to The nation has almost on deposit with Uncle Sam and 1,400,000 of all of which is to be pro rata among the 1,800 members of the if the Osage reported by the house is Representative of the prepared a statement to accompany the committee reviewing the efforts of the to secure a distribution of their tribal funds and LOOK FOR BIG APPLE CROP Frost Must Come Soon to Harm Says Wellhouse the says that the state produce an unusually large crop of apples this year if there frost within the next two Mr. is president of the horticultural society and keeps in close touch with crop conditions in the He next two weeks will tell the story for the apple crop this If we have no frost in this time we will produce a crop that will be unusually The are now very tender and a heavy frost might cause a tofal I have 1,100 acres which will bear this I had more but a fire in Sumner county a short time ago killed acres good INCORPORATE Million Dollar Corporation to Handle System million dollar telephone company was chartered The title Topeka Independent The incorporators are all members of the Pankey family and live in They F. A. and D L The company is to exist ninety-nine years and to have its principal office in The Pankey family owns the Independent company in and the object of the company chartered is to increase the facilities of the Kansas City After Route Kansas of the largest shippers of Kansas members pf the Kansas City Transportation declared in favor of a barge line to be built by the shippers here and to ply the Missouri and Mississippi rivers between here St. carrying freight to Kansas City jobbers and manufacturers only and cutting the present freight rates of the railroads between the rivers in Secretary Intruders O. L. secretary of the school land leasing has from where he assisted in protecting interests of the territory against of school land for mineral He expresses the belief that no further trouble if Ancient Housekeepers who detest cockroaches will be Interested to that they are a very ancient and could give Attain and Eve points In Dr. B. H. or the University of discussing Geological History of In the Popular Science finds the structural characteristics of the roach pretty much the same to-day as In tne carboniferous period when it was most abundant and had Its largest Productivity of If all of the larvae of the common fly came to maturity and nothing happened to cut down the maximum natural rate of one pair of the Insects might multiply to 100,000.000, according to eminent scientific In a single half year or warm Ingenious According to a Berlin a Hungarian has invented an electrical der vice by means of which one man can operate accurately all of the guns on a. Deafness Cannot Be Cured local aa they reach the eased portion of tho There only one way to cure that Is by constitutional Deafness la caused by an condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian When thu tube Ib you have a rumbling or Imperfect and when It Is entirely Deafness Is tho unless the can be taken out and thla tube restored to Its will bo destroyed nine cases put or ten are caused by which Is nothing but condition of tho mucous We will give One Hundred Dollars for of by that cannot be cured by Catarrh Send for t F. J. a Bold by 7So. Tako Family rills for As to Some wise men go about with diminutive scissors in their vest Such may be used for ripping cloth when a wants a yard or or for clipping good things out of the wants everybody to know that a clipping can be cut from a paper much better with the point of a common pin than with anything I believe For many years he has carried In his waistcoat pocket a large bank Some men use the point of a knife but not one man 100 caries a sharp The pin's the Ask your banker for one- 2V4 Inches long. Just scratch paper with it and the clipping will fall Fire Precaution in the exception of larger the precautions against Are In France are remarkably Many towns of from 500 to 3.00U people have no water supply other than ordinary operated generally by bucket draws instead of and no fire apparatus except occasionally a hand force such as Is used by Sort of Curio The surgeons who operated on a the London hospital the other day found in him 25 of 20 pieces of a leaden a piece of string 18 inches In small a piece of leather nine Inches long with a hook at each several pieces of clay pipestem and portions of a A BUSY WOMAN Can Do the Work of 3 or 4 If Well Fed. An energetic young woman living just outside of New am at present doing all the housework of a dairy caring for 2 a vegetable and flower a large number of besides managing an extensive exchange business through the malls and pursuing my regular avocation as a writer tot several newspapers and magazines fancy for the and all the energy and ability to do this I owe to Grape-Nuts was not and a year ago when the shock of my nursing baby's death utterly prostrated me and deranged my stomach and nerves so that I could not assimilate as much as a mouthful of solid and was in even worse condition ha would have beeri a rash who would have predicted that it would do so. to this great grief I had Buffered for years with Impaired agonizing in the pain in the and other bowel all these were familiar to my dally Medicines gave until a few at a friend's I began to use Grape-Nuts and subsequently gave up coffee entirely and adopted Fostum Food Coffee at all my 1 am free from all the troubles I have My is simply I assimilate my food without the least enjoy and have a buoyant pleasure in my varied In I am entirely made and I I owe It all to and Postum Name given by Battle Mich. a the Rosd to
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