The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 135, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 29, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 29. 1906
At any time or Place
The BEER you LiKe
C0NSTLRNA1 ION FEELING AT A
IN THEIR EAMPj, HIGH PITCH
• , # .
The Luxuriant Democratic Head J Indian Territory Murder Expose1
quarters Have Air of Mourning Causes Sensation |
OVER SLUSH FUND EXPOSE DETAILS OF THE CRIME
civrrn s*«qtk wui
in <i r er r« ocMfB
A "Ulind Inaugurated to Fool According to aiv Alleged Accom
the. Pecple, But Poverty Talk plice .Who Turned State s Evi
'O matter with tvlioni you. are or
where you are—at kinch, at din-
ner, at home or at the restaurant,
yoo and your friends will always enjoy
Beer, ft is always the same*—always, pure, pale,
dHicious and wholesome. It will never disappoint
KLc-isnRto a*, pat.•rr*™1™11-1-1yon. in your entertaining. You wiW enjoy seeing others
enjoy it and h«ui«ig them praise it. All who know £ood beer when they taste it know that they
never tasted other so ^ood •
And the be wt abcxK is just as good as it tastes and looks. Absolutely pure,
made from the duMcest Bohemian hops, malt fron. the best barley grown, and selected India • rice,
and made right. Then fuUy aged. It is the embodiment of perfection of the Master Brewer's
liighest Art. That's why everybody likes it best of all. Why we say "The Beer You LiVe."
If you' have not tried Beer, don't wait longer without doing so. If your dealer can
not supply you, send yoor otvr^rcf i re ct to us and we will see that you are supplied promptly.
FREE* KRUG BREWING COMPANY
Will Not Go Against the Lucul
len Magnificence and Va^l Ex-
tiijUoii at the
dence, Mac Al l ord Shot Cicero
Davis, a Wealhy Stockman,
After Three Attempts
>pe< lal to *llie State C&pltul.
(Muskogee, I. T.. Sept. !•«!
niudinga in lie mi
r. This my fai
becav.se of the expo:
ihe campaign fund:-,
In these dispatches.
d<*nr«« at uie preliminary
Roberts «rid himself, «*h
d. •• II t*:0 first degree*
Aiford. an avswed enei
committing the crime.
K411 fc tCiok tin" star
I HI,, I t.>
iK-on told to pans the j 'he MaoAlford
men n^. Tli • Is a I Mml J«tt
people Imo the
not received hi
HATFIELD IS ARRESTED
Charged With the Murder of Mil
Tecumseh, Ok., Sept. 28.—Jam s Hat-
fit d was arrested Wednesday on ail in-
<11 linent reairsed l> th" r^vr gru I
lulling of Millard Woodson (Bu '«*rfly
Kid i Woodson died a.x i suit of >"
1ng struck on tUe head wi'U a billard
« ue by Hatfield In a pool rortu here sev-
eral months ajjo. Hatfield was arralng-
••■1 and pled guilty. I'pon state:rn ;:t f
4lie county attorney I'.onco Arlington
1 ■ • assist In the preset utlon of - a:..
Hatfield was aL«o arraijrn-il \V« dr • -
Hay upon a charge of assault wit:. a dan-
gerous weapon, to which lie plr id • >t
guilty, and his bond *«.< placed it S
This esse grown out of the assault ni "l-
upon City attorney Cssrmr during the
trial of a case in pall e rinrt Mim<- i;ni«
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
WHERE RUMORS START
How Strange Canards Will be
Born in Times of Excitement- j
Knid. Ok., Sept. 28.—"1 have been cm - j
ioi s uLi m> life to know the origin of tliol
, But the Blind ill Not Work
•r, and it w II 4he
i,e people to « "iitl
' pot ton at the last t
of old. Of
A Laughable Proposition
•gt-d with the
had told hiin that In
AIford killed Davis. King said tluit the
Saturday bifora the murder K fa 1
went to DuvWi's hemu ind slio.t'.M 111>■
while the atookrnan was In his or. hard
He then returned tu his home wln-n'
King whs staying, and told him thV
lie had failed to kill Davis. • |
The following Monday, accordlni; i"
the testimony of King, Alf« f <l again 1
went to the gate near tj e Davis farm. ,
weher the lutter was finally killed. 1
Here he laid in wait, *0 King AlfordJ
told him, until Qgvla dro v® up In 1
buggy Mrs i .i\is was betwssn Ct
era and Aiford and for* that reft son.
latter tol.l KiitU, he did not s uiof. ,
he did not \Vant to harm Mrs. Davis. !
"Aiford then told me die wa* going
tu try it again," said King. "lie left
tin li'iuse about one oYlock and re-
lumed after fite. When he got bu< k 1
he told me In* had him this tiim "
King sax's before Auord started In*'
advised <n that he was making: a j
mistake, as th<- offl^ers xx ould traekj
li^jn xxltli blood hound Aiford I'-plled.
according- to King's testimony, that he
knew the working <• !" blood hounds and ;
could easily throw tin ■•dogs off Hie.
track by wrapping rags around his It-
Democratic Orato/y at Wynne-
wood Don't Hit Right Spot
11 p«• -«•<! of tiiii
a d• -iin . rutin vote of about
Parted In bv licTwllng nigger for
'*riifi rn>nut -s • and tken ro-
ryiin- t.ilk for twnlfr mllHiteS
Wound up bfHiiillni tli* snort
lie r'-pubiican party und rx-
OtK' mud of In. HlMll^rw**
1 •• oif lie u« I n 1 'Oig'i .•-peak-
1 no a frost It was a (revee.
cASTon r a. .
il..r.tk. ^ n Hind V«f Man *lwa)t Imifrt
11 Kind Vwf Wan M ,;t S
suxv Aiford get the rags but did n. t
j m;o him get any pepper. King also
! s.iid that while he. Hobberts und Aiford • ,,,.4C|0t- i
I x\ere prisoners und on the train
nig towards Muskogee the night after. havj„K rec
j the murder. Allord whispered to him A1ill>ll,,| ,
Imaginations Were Busy
B«ara the ^ 1 Hft Ki d 1 ■■ '
Democrats So Declare Themselves
in Convention at Hunter
a «on it
th.it the oflii i rs believed anoth- i in. 11
w is tvilh iiini xs 110 had hot D;i\i-
With a shotgun. King says Davis then
told him that he had used an explosive
bullet and particles which hit the
stockman had been taken for shot,
I was this statement that < -tuned
Dr. 141 akemors, Mr. Halsell and Dls-i
trl't Attorney Mellette to have tiirj
body of Davis exhumed and examined.!
. SANTA FE IMPROVING TRACK
1.<1 t■ • tlio .^lai'' ' .ipltdu.
D;i 1 . S i i, l"h Ths Santa \f%
".i<< n«ati ,(f« .1 htrgo focca «f
■nil In tiiKaa-d iii M,iNrii ttiNi nidf-
iH' U raising soiAe of the tracks, niait-
1 • n• 1 • t• ■ bridge over (,'oos
nek .mil m<tkinK oiher a^tnled improve-
ueuls. A biK wifl.and biff water tank
bill no doubt be nio.de at this point,
Davis-Pulp'" r liaai liu« to gi>t
xx.1 ■ "loin I'Hvi waterworks
i> > •' iwnix' miles distunl 'rem
lie Kale <'aftdtal.
1 . S'pt. Tatums, an us-
nse creek about twenty mil^s
ivi< in morn si than l«angft-
10 to xx 1 Not .1 single whir*
ri-.il Indian liven there, 400 t®
IIv •• ilii-re. Mo.it of tli*>in are
lii< kaifaw (reeamen, each .
eived a 40 ax^re allotment,
■orter fn'iiii-occasionally thins
Kt of Dil
ly received, but | They found particles of the bull-ti
disbursed. Anx (which had previously been taken for
ion. ' received shot, which corroborated King's state, j
it upon any re- | men I. . |
ommittee, and • , , . j
i!J ir. full I ' ;'l n ,l" ",d 1
out tin' population by iiutiling squads of
"bad nlgK* ' to the Ardmore Jail. Tatums
Homer und IT nuepin ar 111 the !•« or
Wynnewood sonstIt utional convention dm
l rlet and the renult of the election la
Special to the State Capital
HI Reno, Sept. -8 The loi al lodi;e ot«
;n« A. <> I". 'W. will k!v« a live utock
and prodm-e ahow In this
So Near and Vet So Far
K"iie dokn with
ad ni?ent knew no
j wife had been ei
> stay at ills Inane
of the killing, so Aiford
ova that he *
«aid that he ;
•ti by an sg^nt
tellevod that it i
(1 by A
uesd.iy, the 'ds
ould prove, a
vx i- liwtlie
making arrangen ents for one of *tlie
Kent street fair agK> •'gallons to be
.• ni 1 lis 1 time. Hlg SI lle<-d Is inaa-
of ceremonies which Is a guaranty
tiilni; * ii be th.nu iii a wvikmaulike
Standard Oil Pushing "The Oklaheman
i 'I'.ie State t'n:..i.il itirew coimternatloB
Aiford had 1
11 id floated « n
lal tii the State <';ipital.
KI Reno, Ok. 8f>pt. 27 Next Saturday 1
the rspubUoMM of Canadian i-nunty y
r- mlna •> a man for del- ,s 'o
REVIVAL AT DAVIS
'tandnrd OM Org
' txvo out npeken eanflidatrs for tli" hoi
*W M. Wallace and C. P. Lincoln. W.
rrilix xx.is In tiie rinfor axxiiile but he
hi Iced out. Joe Trexltan deputy I
of the district court has hundreds
JiHuds. republicans* and democrats. \
want lilm to make the race, but
wont have it. His nomination wo
tneaa his election.
nip. would have foi
coiktrol liis boat, and
The Author Never Found
h tales sprang up on ever;
nl Organ, the Ok 1 all
i>ui D > < afiti Benn '• • • h
■ 'held on a charge of l^ii
1 j Splve.v two years ago, 1
si that he went to the home
uioriiiiig of the day that «'i ero D«
j wan killfd and that Aiford told I
el he xv is going to Kill the stin kmsi
"i Shaddlx also xald that Aiford
• him Frank 'Jones urged Alfsrd to
Cicero Davis as he needed killing
that Jones, who is a.deputy mars
promised to protect him and g -t
sistant I*. S. A1 torney Klstli-r to
Hlsl in piotei. ing him.
John Hhattix, anotiier witness, 1
roboruted Die ntaterm
witnens to the effect
threatened to kill ('I
Annie King, wife
FOR 11 MONTHS
Terrible Sore on Ankle Caused
Awful Suffering-Could Not Sleep
nor Rest — Physician Said Leg
Would Have to Be Amputated.
CURED BY CUTICURA
IN SIX WEEKS
Tbwttortfs Black Giaught Is [entle, sale
and tellable. In action. It contains no mercury,
taea not pipe and is not a cathartic, purgative,
•r bowel stimulant, but a genuine, purify! .g
nwkdM. lot tb« H er. Try II. an>
Sluggish With Bile
As mud thickens a river, and mgkes it brown and sluggish, so bil£
changes the sparkling current of your blood into a thick, yellow, un-
healthy stream Bile poisons Irritate your nerves, and cause-headache,
dizziness, nausea, malaria, chills, nervousness, irritability, Indigestion,
constipation, etc. To purify your blood-and regulate your liver, take
It v ll cleanse your complexion, clear yoir eye gently rllrrurtate your liver and
digestion, and restore your blo^d and nerve - to a healthy condition I had an enlarged
liver," wrftes Geo. J. Martindale, of Milton, la.. nd suffered v.th all the result: of bil
iou'nesa and partial bowel paralysi ThediorJ Black-Draught gr^afty benefited me.
and now I can work hard every day " Thedford'~ Black-Draoght is the genuine, pure,
vegetable liver medicine, you have known about all your life Accept no substitute:
They are injurious. Look for the name "Thedford" on every package
At all Druggists, 25c and $1.00
• .1 Oil ron -
Tfn am 'ixl-
I Saffer ''
An Unamwered Que ti«n
in nirwer«*l <1 leatrieri ®f fV>re>r TC.
cit> in hw xlgned lonimim-
I nfien to 1 he Ui.i'w *- ■ * gnifKiuit
' Mr Suffer pyt t>ii* t«j flni eiii'or
• of t n« Okiahotnan: •
De yon think the general •£
I 'r,on"j'' «'wwa iii <;l4la* * fn«
! Indian T^rHtory ajirt th« Ht«t« «f Tei«-i
ronid a if/v d 10 aoM rn«- end
1 • pp' of l.i <-anriftM".♦ *ith it "*ii
pin- e > f<i- Mi'T^a^iiiR the elm flat ton arwi
I «nr!i ), rig th^ of a pnhlH*a loo thai 1
... ,n ,, . h. INOIAI*. I* IftDIFFEHIKT
«nd p«.1 I'.ii metko4 ?"
t of the fornn ■
hat Alfard hHfi
' I). Kilik-' t ' •:
practically the Ham*' lUry of Alford's
11 1. I'lH'iri n ! by ti-T hwaliiTiM
Ureme King, wged 17, brother of l
King, «orroberated tha testimony <>f
Mr*. King. •
Other wltneHaen were lntroriu< <>d
who stated that they hud heard AI -
ford threaten to kin Oloeve Dtvfa
Hud RoMH>rta 1 eat I fled 'hut h knew
nothing of the affair a* he VU digging
in the bottom of a well on Alfocrt -
pin re and did not know father or
not Aiford wee al 1
Klti^ ai^d Robb«-rts were held
witnaaSe* under $1,000 and $500. One!
of the men admitted he was afraid to I
return to> his home for f nr ha mlgh
ho kiliod by friend** of Aiford and re-
quested Judge Hoyt to aet tha hail .
high ae possible. They ara both in]
t.^ federal Jail. *
The perllminai v trial crested unua j- i
al lnter at a rtyl the little court rn.
wan crowded to the doors. Amrng
thoae present were firere Davl.-' wid- i
ow and her friends.
"I had a ternbls aore on my anklo
•nd lutd not walkwi any for flavin
months. I tried nearly everything
without an v bent-fit and had a do-tor,
but be didn't aenn to do any good Ms
said 1 would havs to ha«s mr ;• g
tak<• off and Uiat 1 would nsvrr walk
aguiu i ku|f'iad awful, aad at night
i eeukl not hi vp si ail. J Iho gut
there vai no rest for bb -, Isut sa sooti
a- I Itefan to u*« Cutirura 8osp and
< )iDlmentit< omrnenred healing uiceijr.
I batued Uie ankle with warru * lrr
and ('utii-ura ttoap and then appinxi
(.'•iticura Ointment tq the afistted
pert And UM a cloth orer the sore
to hold it m plar®. After two weeks
I rould walk around in my room real
fi'id, and in au weeks' time i®y snkla
a- entirely ciired and I wiu walking
around out of doors. I am snjoying
^rlM-i health snd have gone U work
and feel a* well as I svsr did in my life,
no 1 know that ihe*Cuticura Kemadier
a.'f the beat in the world.
" Cutlcura was rseommanHeri to ma
br a ladr who bad used it wh*n h« fl
babv'i hea*l wu full of aorsn he could
1 he dawn, ^h^ had t #et I im up
,u iter arins to siasp. (signed) Mr*.
Marv I ketMti, Louisa,C.!l. Va., April
j Hperls! to
More Evidence Coming ! Da via, 1.
'•.■iKniilTt ha tw*n (• ■ *hh up Ii illan of 1
• I.-- • • h' • Mud 1 r«-.
for j,h«- 1 M'II/'
IN POLITICAL FIELD
Sept. L'* The average
region, appsrently, ia aa
Indlffereat to political msttara as rlama
The Interviewer questiona ara anawererl
,1 . im - i 1 ' 9
1 from t mtf
the moat white
Ketllnic mone. .11
tied stoiaai 1,.
CodAistinfr of Cutlcurn Soap
Ointment and (Mils
,S| iv MV be. bad for one dollar. A aingla I
, anfteo evllilell to euro (be moet
torturing, distigurmg, Itihing, buriuug,
ai.d scaly humors, e< senias, ras! , arid
inilations, with loaa of bair, frmii
fa'.ry to sf when all othor r< mediea
and even tlm beet pbffieians tail
tad mw, H i lk "«J
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 135, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 29, 1906, newspaper, September 29, 1906; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc126302/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.