The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 173, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 14, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL. SATURDAY MOBMN'C. NOVKMBER 14, IMS.
THE MOST DELICIOUS DRINK ON EARTH | 'cubic FEET
Beginning at 10 O'clock Monday Morning, November 16. We Will Serve
I tell what they Know of the Coalga'
The publication of the reaoultlons
i adopted by the Coalgate bar aumii
•ion. aud which were sent to Judge
| Clayton caused considerable mmnn i .
I rhe charges arc ho far-reaching tha
M i> *aM that tits Court • qmMi ii I
an imputation on hlni and therefore
, transmitted the resolutions to the At
, iransn.ned the resolutions to the
j torney Qeueral at Washington
Fstimatcd Flow of Pawhuska • •■ "> hu lronl 1
latent f< r the action in buuii
Natural Gas Well ! thirty himn i« t ...
The best you ever drank. Come and try :i cup of our delicious coffee.
Coffee Company's Celebrated Goods. :: ::
or| | Specially Selected Java and
JLt__L. > Mocha i A: 2 Pound Cans
A Good'.Java and Mocha One Pound
Cartons :: :: :: :: ::
We handle tlie New York
30 Cents Per Pound
20 Cents Per Pound
4* VLRV HARD TO CONTROL
Various Other Grades ot Fresh Bulk Cotfee.
The Bank Grocery, 103 E. ©kla.
HOUGHTON <Je HOUGHTON. |||
! But Packed Successfully-Arrang
■ mews Being Made to Pipe
Flow Through City—New
Well Being Sunk.
1 '.--The par
IP brought lit
i inissioners they state that the work of
| construction will soon follow.
j The specifications, it is understood,
I call for a $30,000 court house an I i
; $10,000 jail. This amount, if properly
■ xpended, will make cdcrltable hnild-
rop Approval of Commissioners The commercial - lub has been in'
I ing all effort to have the jail built
elsewhere lu the city than on the cour
house aquar i
-Also Build New Jail-
Special Di«i ncli ,o th bta • Capital.
Hobart, Okla., Nov JJ.—Again the
all-important question of r> itiding a
jail and court bouse for this county
is being revived. The co-iuty com-
u i-sloners some time ag i informed the "pj^themselves
Kocretary of the Interior tha'. the de-
red the department to mak • such
;.'.ans and spoclficatlon* fo* a court
It0ti80 and jail as the secretary would "i.itf
approve and forward them to tnla city lb
tur the commissioners' approval. This
tlic secretary lias done.
(i.-rald H. Mat his, of Lawton, whom
ilie government has assigned to super-
intend the. construction of all pifbiic
Improvements to be made in this city.
In rein the government is interest* <1
l is notified the commissioners tha lie
l as rdbeived from the secretary of the
interior the plans and specifications
for the jail anil court house, as reques-
ted by the commissioners.
The county clerk, \V. L. Robblns, line
written to Mathis asking him to com-
to this city next Monday to meei with
the commissioners and to subini th
plans prepared by the department.
brdnsW up befort the oommlaaioners
yesterday, bu was not definitely dls i
posed of, owing to the opposition ' f
Commissioned* Tripp, who is willitct
to have the jail built elsewhere than
on the square, but Is opposed to u.eing
the county fund for ilic purchasing >f j
.i lot to be used for that purpose. TI. •
otlier commissioners have no; comm^-
it her one way or an-
other. Therefore the question remains
3p - w.i niapatfch t
lor ftn Kao *cll t
nil" i >rth ot ra\v".iu?ri .-nvi-r.il '
"Ro trlVi-ri today and w«.s a on- • p>e
w ■ n with much iJtrfii uii\. Tii. ti*'
t tilt- gHS 1 x'lKK f«tfong tli.H W "t k '
juttiim u tti. packer to prohibit t> •
* < • • *■ ii- w.ifi yi > difficult. A'"
the ii:n t\. i had ti« en put in u t ,-t -
of t hp flow « if made for .i
ixl it n u\htt- nt .Mit - in,
pound* < r about ten million
• >r tl.au < n.Migh t.> -upp!
and MUi ilioma City <-<«ipbined
ipacity ot" th. g.
lnifl the drllle _
fi-t t.irther to search of oil tti
ive undoubtedly idruek "alt witter ..n•:
i.t* would I: IV. ruirud Itlr well
il -prf-"«-nt.it|v« * for the cortipjiio <i'
I nit if HIP to Ji1|ie th - h.«-
IV ti ii*ld f'lt
iii*h ill L ri\ ;i id btialncMH h->ur-.-s with
I light and fue Phe rate* tor'th
ON TRIAL AT TKCl'MMUH
CHIME COMMITTED AT OK-
Special Dispatch to the State Capital
Shawnee. Okla.. Nov i;i.—The (Irs'
case on the docket, for trial at the
Tecumseh before the district court
sitting in Pottawatomie county will
i * be that of the Territory against Har-
If mon. better known as "Arkansas Kid"
plans are approved by the c.im- who is accused with George Garrison
The .r.uF electric train whose speed during the teots being held juste
e of 13- t lin htu uver.tged lo< miles an hour.
ami Annie \V>
"Big Anne" of the
Garrison has already been found guil-
ty of participation in the crime and
has been sentenced to five years in the. _____
Lansing penitentiary though lie is
. pre.-ont ai iltierty pending the hear-, By Judge Townsend-Dozens of
ing of his appeal by the supreme court 1
of the territory, \nuie W'ynn lia-i not
been tried and Hammon at the lat-
of court secured a change of venue to
Pottawatomie county. Harmon appar-
ently has plenty of money back of him
in hi.- tight as did Garrison, and the
case will be bitterly contested by the
best lawyers who can be procured.
The wonderful progress
of this Association is
shown by the following
table of sales:
8,000 Barrels sold in 1865.
18,000 Barrels sold in 1870.
131,035 Barrels sold in 1880.
702,075 Barrels sold in 1890.
939,768 Barrels sold in 1900.
1,109,315 Barrels sold in 1902.
Largest Brewery iii the World
GAME HOTLY CONTESTED
Texas Eleven Victorious-Win
Over Oklahoma University-
Score 11 to 5.
io the State Capita!
Nov. 1,'i.—in one of
Cases Were Continued Till
Hill the dor
<h| | v ti)
The di"ilk-i - .n «
i.tie tlKMUUUld fe. t wes
wlhiv t'i"\ Will t.-Kin .t oriff to Ptart
an.m; i i w< ll In Hoar«-.h of • i 1
Tin p.op'' "f this eommunltx h
Till,..in,d-d faitn in tlir eountrv tin
■ J. rl.i\f'd with • >t 1 and that bare# n
th* /.>ni|>at . that private ritliens be-.
I kl Jut v.' idvji'ieed two htkulfd |>et tent
; iu. t pi- lias h M-n struck,
initiation of the court to clean • h«
Augean stables and place himself In a
The charges to be probed by .1 mid-
day ton were contained in resolution
adopted by the bar of Coalgate and
seut to Judge Clayton a ftw week*
ago They \:ere in subatai.'••
During the months of Sept« ntber
and October, tertain m.mN'i*
of the Coal gate bar and residents or
the town, contrlbut d t. a fund of
f'.OO to procure for Coalgate a I tilted
Statue Commiasloner's court. Th
parties to th-- agreement, according '')
the bar's resolution*, were the Coal
gaie bar and Attv. Jos. G Ralli, of
Atoka. !o whi* It Ralls was to exn ci.v
his "influence" and put forth hi
effort** t< procure an order from th"
Fnited States court for the <«ntral
district, directing the Commissioner
for the Atoka di.-irlct 'o hold it two
weeks term in each month In the town
of Coalgate. lu consideration thereof
the -own obligated it sell to pay Rail
the hiira of five hundred dollar*.
The resolutions say iliat the orde
was procured and the money paid t
Jos G. Ralls as per agreement
Then came the basis for Coalgate.-
,,t I complaint. I'he.y contended thai Geo
bHns mm I , T. Ralls. United States Com in U
twenty • *>' nlf- | B|0ner ai Atoka, and a broiher « t J
G. Rslls. was "so derelict in the dutie
of his office, apparently subord!
nating the >anie to bis private alfan
and seemingly indifferent to the obli-
gations he owed the public of Coal
The resolutions a*k Judge Clayton
to require Commissioner Halls to com
ply with the order of the court and
hold the commissioner's court iu
Coalgate two weeks In every month «
per agreement between the bar and
Jos. G. RhII*
We Are 1 he People
With 1 he Goods
And the PRICl.S. So make no mistake
when you want goods in our line. We
that is carried in a First-Class Druc
Store. Ir you want Fountain Syringes,
Hot Water Bottle^, or Combination
Syringes, Call on Renfro, his store is
headquarters for all articles in that line.
a smcim nr.
C. R. RENFRO.
-OA W. Oklahoma Ave-, Opposite the Postoffice
Special Dispatch to the State Capita'.
Chickasha. I. T . Nov. 13.—Today
was "got away day" in the rnlted
States couHabere ami dozens of cases
were continued for the term
Judge Townscnd sentenced R. H
Farres to three years at hard labor
in Leavenworth for burglary.
J. S. Ford was given eighteen
months for stealing pig-
Walter Hubbard was seal to the re-
form school for three years.
Julius Doss and Dan Sledger wet
fined $,'0 for introducing liquor ia
The Allison murder case goes over
until next term.
In the Tip Crouch case the Jury re-
hotly contested foot ball I turned a verdict ol not guilty.
r played In Oklahoma th ■1 _ From here Jnrige Townscnd gore
t down to |
The gam •' c
MAJOR m:\Nt:T RKTIRKS
"BpfMi! ''; -1 > 11' • ii the Stlit. r.iplt.'"
I'anlm.-k • ok;,. N-.v I t M.-ur\ M" ••
. w!. i .1 -ist« d Mwrfh ili Betjn#tt and
C ; ■ - ilk tli. killing "f th/* de^perHtl'ir-
"Martin brhthcrs. rtfentlvi
J'dt eoi Ml J ftX' i.tlli
mporn rliy undjf
11 "• Is M' l\*
I • r. i will ti'idoiihtedly he ti
It.. . ' . the .ipp'ilnimoni of Mr Mu Jo-
in ,i p. imnnent plat - •< be is a vry - fTl-
< lent oirirn .
I Sj. rial Di nat' li t-. the State Ca.plt.<l
Pawli'isk.i. ok' i . Nov. 1.1 Warren B*t -
r, ;t tiief .'f 11Milan police here. 4ud o;i«
or th- pest known officers In the tsrrltory
is lying *iek ' hi^ boarding hou««- miff.-
■ h from pneumon'' w«s conslderevi
I-, . \^i i i r|inis condition for a fen
::n- week, I"it if now on the mend *n«i
with n.> implications i">* unaeen -<et it
h' will he able to lv at tending to butinee
ni a verv Mhort tim«'.
TRY THE CELEliKATr.D
TEN NEW INDICTMENTS
CltAMI 11'HY RKTI'RNS TI:M XEW I
C01'NTf- AS.MNST CONNHI.A.
J-Sfleeial PiRputrh I ' the S.:.
Old Sam Harris
Old Fashioned Sour Mash Whisky.
I listillcl l v BON XT lv BROrifKRS and shippttl liucct from
the bonded wwrcliotise tlireci to US, controlkam
far City of Guthrir, O. T.
Lawton, Okla . Nov. 1!. —1Ten indict
ments were returned by the grand jury
against Rufus Connela, who is now in'
the Guthrie Jail, charging him with
having forged school warrants «ome
time ago. Connela owned a schoo
supply house in Lawton until his ar
reat. He also was cashier of tnair
hanks In this and Greer count.
which were all closed some time ago . ............ A^ ^
Then, are n„* ..ver IKeilly-elghl ' - • >
indictments against him, all " "4~"'
- FIRST STREET ..•«
I oiSSSSgS ^ s
1 Ryan to hold a term of court.
The dot ket. has a great many ca
carried over until the next term.
Must Tell That They
Knov of .n.in i
rniversiiy of Oklahoma '
defeat by a score of 11 to ."i. The gam-'I carried over until the next term. j
was a clean one throughout, and with
the exception of a few bruises and j NBW'S NOTES. j Special Dispatch to the State Capital
broken lingers no one was seriously. Th- ever genial John L Coyle, of. Coalgate 1 T, Nov. 13—Summons
injured. Both teams played hard an<: Rush Springh returned home today af- on abput t'hirtv well known realden
fast ball but did some of the worst | ter week's \ isit. | ,„ .hjH ,.jtv. including leading mem
fumbling ever seen on 'he Kridlron. j • D Gigg.-. i brigb young attorney | nP,.s nf i,ar haVe been served and
All during the first half Oklahoma whose former home was Mississippi the\ will appear before Judge Cln\
fir>t hall Oklahoma! whose former lionn
kept the ball in Texas territory lu: has decided to hang out his shing>
spite of their punting, Oklahoma nl- in the bent town in the two territ■ 1
way.- returning the .same by nnejies. Chickasha.
piling- - to within 25 yards of the Tex-j Sportsmen are bringing iu game J
as goal. Oklahoma lost the ball on Today several hunters returned Irotn'
a fumble. Texas end Jones grabbed I*. j'he lakes and ponds with flue ba.,v j
up and made a quick run with a clear j of ducks.
field tor a touchdown. In the second i Lasi night at the pleasant home of
half Texa? scored again hut only on'Mr ai"' Mrs. Redford Bond a dlnrer
account of a "fluke" failed to kick was given in honor of the court
ton. at Durant. Saturday moinlng to I
i !y for "TV
lenth t*i*t t1
WL CAN'T TILL YOUR (II\S
at summer prices, but avc : ill li.i \. plt nl oL' t
Canon City, McAlester and ♦
Sans Bois Smokeless Coal ♦
N. F. CHEADLE, ph.a.
Officc and Yards,
124 W. i.) . io IU3
$ GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK. J
i OLDEST BANK IN OKLAHOMA.
T Capital, H50.000.00.
Frank Dftlc. A. J. Scajr, Henry K. A <5 C. Hltrer. J.
H W. H. Coyle. Itobt. Sohlber*^ t! C 'Tusa, J. W. Perry.
o. c. GUSS, PiMldent; FRANK DALE and J. VV. PERRY, Vlc« PrelsdenU;
.7, ROBT. SOHL BERG, Cashier. V
score. Oklahoma then took the bail
and carried It to the 20 yard line in five
minutes and then kicked goal field
Texas men all acknowledge that the
Oklahoma team played the best ball
and that they only won the game oa
account of flukes. The game was wir-
ials. The invited guests were Dis-
trict Attorney Johnson. Prosecuting
Attorney Humphreys. Judge Payne
aud wife, Mr and Mrs. 11. B. Low, Miss
Cora Hamilton. Mr A. Melton.
The council held a short session
this afternoon and listened to the
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: Oklahoma iron Works Co.:
Up-to-date Plumbing, Steam
and hot Water Heating.
111,. Nov. 1.
Repair Anything in the I
We keep a full line of Rubber and Leather Belting,
Puckiug, Rubber Hose for water and steam; Bronzing
Material of all kinds in stock for retouching radiators,
water pipes and woodwork. Sewer connections made
on short notice. It "ill pdy you to give us a trial.
nessed by a big crowd and both' planatlons ol' the telephone com par.
teams received much praise for heir! representative why and wherefore Ci -i
playing, especially the Oklahoma bey?. I service hot better. lie favorably
The iinc up of the two teams was impressed the city dads that everything j
• • would be lovely and the goose won! 1
hang high in the sweet bye and bye. j
but ihe Chickasha publi< have btenj
gold bricked too long and they wan '
things done. Several orillnances wet
considered and will come up for pa
sage at the next meeting.
IN THE SANDLIN FAMILY AROCS-
Special Dispatch Io the Sac Cai il.
Lambert. Okla.. Nov. l;; -Two my.
teroious deaths within the last two
weeks and ihree strings fat tali ties
during the las' year in the Sand 1 in
family have aroused suspicion in the
neighborhood about six miles south-
ras' of here, and the authorities are
Fannie Sandlin. 18 years old dle.i
October o(>. Physicians were called to
waiet on her after she had complained
of being sick. The doctors left her in
the care of the family and in two day
uhe was reported dead
A week before, her father had been
A SIMPLE REMEDYl
-lust Breath Hyomei Four Time-
a Day and be Cured
-t • o-" «--#04>o$v^4o • *0+
$25 S25 |
today resulted: l.omabrd i; Knox 0.
\f I.I nn' ' .ol to if! ,i
tTtth l v lireaihlng air
. .rg.-«J with ii Uokllng hulHam tli.- id'.- ;
would hive In en rWculrd and it remained j
. -,hut 1 mif i ' • ll>v--' Igiitor. It 'I Hoot1..
V.. -u.irov.-r It. Hyomei tbi- method ur« ;
Hvmnci bat perform!"' "'i" - t mlraeu
,.• riuv? or eatarrii md : • too^:- i"eo r
zi-il i y ieudiPK member-- of * i.*■ in "1lc-« 1
p,-.-:i-.->slnn af the onl\ adv. r'l "f. r>>nien«
th.It e*ti lolled up«"- to <1.1 Ju.-I wtiat
lnhn- The eompitte .iutfli of Hyo-
m- . o?U but SI "0 and >n.«i*t* of «n In
hah'1 :i medlclr.e droppet anil a bottle of
indud'f an In!
Hyomei for ■(
1*' hap- th -
Tickets on halo daily September 15th. to
INovoicber 30th, iiic-ltisivo, Guthrie to Los
Angeles and San Francisco, at rate of $25.
Also to northwest points including Port-
land, Tac-onia anil >. i.tlc at rate of Sdti.l.l.
T. E. PURDY, Agent
t i,e«in the
te HVomei tbi-uiRb the Inhaler
w minutt s four lime? a .l..y and \
ti:.- w.miC. • ,.>- -f -atarrb. I
and heals the n ue, us m- inhrarn
ih i>Hf-- o?' - pr* * • •:11 irilt it!on.
mpb-te and I. .«tlt R turn
Mf l"b: I'. White,
: fHit's Pill!
il . iT'-etB a urnnp
n Guthrie ther
• Wit i>- ■ pb> who • vr-
-.1 ..f . alarrb b\ H\ if it
- ir- you. V H Ulli- « -•• "
nion -- ,'ou p.iid for ii>emei T
... faith in the i - m««H.
OLD AfND NEW WAY
IIYOMK! TUB LATBfl'l' S T KNT1PK "
i>lS«'OVEKY FOR THE CURE
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circumstances. His sickness consist • j Tatarrii
I ed of vomiting and he died before med- Ptior :o i;.r«f ** 1 th
M.al aid reached him rdlnarily employ-.J In in-
H.ai aia rea> nea mm .n«pa-. w< re neuneatlng druga
j February la. last year, a sister Of i .ulc*. In some inn..n -
Fannie Sandlin died under the nam" ' <i. but thf improvement w
1 myaterloua drcnmaUncea ,n^.1Ul IIvom# >(ilf tAk.
■ ~7~Z, . i paiMafi-i of ih« flireat ««d
c • _ woman r..w - htr .,,mic i#it that goer- o the tn.
i illy killlt-.K ill fertiiH .
errri. Ii i-nur the Mj
iUUirg thr gerr.
i01 of1 this
) ^ Daily Stat? Capital! 5c Per Week |Takh^SbP.
tlegantly gtifa •
politician. Sh - uteered her hun ,
hand up .iKuitiht a religious revival - .
,-ee<t> d ir get'l him converted, and thrn
read to turn th- l*t vera#* of _'nd Kina- " i
111 Wipe Jei".i«f«:--tn a ,i rnan *.-p--th «
wiping it anrl tunvnt
i from tbw - wli
I wiih the
THE CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK,
Of Guthrie, Oklahoma.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITOSY.
' RES Till: D1SEA8K
< auMitig the li. . .if.
Offers to depoaltora, both larRO and Email, rvery
courtesy which their balances and responsibility
warrant. We are especially equipped for the
handling of outside Ba.nk Accounts. Correspond-
CAPITAL and PROFITS DEPOSITS
$I2S.OOO. OVER ONE MILLION,
c K. Billi1. v. rrwt a a Banoaa, A t Ctm o. A. Nai«o«, CiJfllw.
mo 1 deep-jeated
The complete I
and < ompt lai
part ..f the tynt>tm.
1th Hyomei Bahn
he worn and
•Mtr-l and u droppet Th. inhaler wl'l ;
ta?l a llfetinu .\r;d <dd tlonal both s or
Hyomei can bi obtained for r>".
Strong. • ti in ar v rlair.u • h.- r n i"-
madi* t'i e.n advertisement, la th* ' that
F B. Lilllv A Co will nive ih*-ir r.-iaoi,«l
guar.int. • wl'h «-\ . r: >lyomvi outnt tn -y |
aell to refund the mon*" if (h<
.\0U IS HIE TIME TO LAV l\
YOUR WINTER'S COAL
J. B. F7 AFIELD
PHONE No. 20.
Weit Hir rlson Aven
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