The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 210, Ed. 1 Friday, December 21, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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the oklahoma state capital friday morning. december ..1, 1906-
3<J.—Custer county was
The Kind Tou Have Always Bnnglit, nml which has boa*
in uho for over 30 years, lias borne the s'gnatnre of
ym .. and lias been mad© under his per-
fp , sonalsupcrvisiou sl ce Its 1"°""^*
WCvV/T Allow no one to deceive you in this.
/J1 Counterfeits, Imitations and "^^t-as-Bood" are bu#
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, *"ar®*
EXurops and Soothine Syrups. It ^
contains neither Opium, Morphtae nor
substance. Its age is its guarantee.ltdc^roysW^rm.
«,ul aiiavs Feverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea anu win«
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food,
oenuine CASTORIA *<-WAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
mm _ .. a OA Vaare
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TW Q1WT UW
(Continued from Page One.)
(bounty No. 8.—Maye
County No. 9,-Cru., county was
County * No. M.-Coo-Wee-Soo-Wee
county was adopted. Humphrey's amend-
' m«*nt to change description was lost.
I County No. 11.—County Nowata was
County? No. 12.—Bartlsevllle county was
changed on amendment by J. J. rurt
| Washington county and was adopted as
I County So. 13,-Tulsa county was ad-
1 opted. Delegate Hill wanted th.. name
ted to Catholic Class. Amendment
came across and agreed to vote for th
county boundary committee's report be-
fore Vlaskell schemed this out So'nino '
county was adopted. County No _<> a's i
named Le Plore county with three town ^
(cuntr no. r
In honor ftf Green Le Flore an Indian Adopted. Leldtkes amen
Chief a personal friend of Gene'.il, st.rll)lion was lost.
-Jackson. Barrels ofTered an amendment 0nmlv No. 15 -Okmulgee county was
in the description of the Unas. The^ R<jopted.
County No. 37.—Love county. Graham
amended by changing description of the
county. Adopted a.s amended.
County No. 38.—Grady county *«
County No. 39.—Stephens county was
Courtly No. 40.—JcfferMn county was
This closes the Indian Territory coun-
Hayes moved that th^ committee do
rise, report progress and ask leave to
Bit again at 7:30 p. m.
judge Perkins of Dallas, Texas wld
address the convention In a few days
on "Why th* Texas Railway Commission
la a Failure"
The convention took recess until ":3Q
No. 2o was named Choctaw county.
Delegate Bob Williams opposed the cit-
ation of the county and moved that the
Choctaw county be laid on the table.
Delegate Gabe Parker who seconded tho
motion to name the county Choctaw
county defended his point with eloquent
and Just remarks. Chambers said If you
want to create pauper counties down
thene just create this county. It in
wrong to come In the eleventh hour nn.l
create this county. Vote it down and
stiuid by the committee. Gardener ap-
pealed to them as honest men to lay the
amendment on the table. Motion pre-
vailed and Choctaw county was adopted.
McCurtain county whs adopted. Tills
Is county No. 21.
No. 2C was named Pittsburg county.
Hanraty named It Pittsburg for the lei-
son that It would be the "Pittsburg" ol
Atoka county was adopted.
Bryan county was adopted. This i>
Bob William's county and was named
after Willlim Jennings Bryan.
Coal county was adopted.
pontotoc county was adopted. Delegn
Carl Weaver says the county Is -,0* u
democratic, Including 1.000 pretty glrh.
Johnston county was adopted It *
the home of president Muray and con-
tains the eapltol of the Chickasaw na-
tion, Tishomingo, the oldest town in tho
nation, the home or Governor Douglass
j H. Johnston, for whom the county Is
I named, also of the Ex-Gov. R M. Har-
ris. The county contains other good
towns, namely, Milburn, Mannsville,
Wapanucka. Mill Creek and Ravia. U
contains nineteen townships. It has <ix
ty-flve miles or railroads-of a value of
thirty five thousand dollars per mile. A
Town Property 1.100.000
Taxable land, 10.000 acres 100,0
Cattle, estd. 50,000 at $10 per
Other Property 350.000
amendment was tabled.
VMcCurauln county was pissed (
count of the absence of Delegate
> dure who was compelled to i
ionic on acount of sickness County >
<w wa}t named Haskell county in honor
> of the great statesman of the fonstt.;-
tional convention. Mr Haskell said
"Gentlemen of this convention 1 wl* i
to say thait there Is no county In t ••
new state wherein tho fanners will
er thrive more than in the county v.
•which I have been honored. 1 sin erely i
thank the people of that county for giv-
ing ine 'the honor of naming it for nv
County No 23 was named Latimer
county In honor of tho delegate from
that county. rush-ma-ta-fna county wis
adopted. It's name is derived from hi-'
Indian Chief that made treaties for t -
Indians with GeneraJ Jackson lie *a«
\ Mirled with military honors in a na-
tional cemetery a.t Washington. 1>. C
Convention went into committee A
• the whole with H. 8. Johnston in the
The consideration of the county boun-
daries report was taken up by the coun-
ties beginning with Indian Territory.
County No. 1.—Ottawa counts wai
adopted. Mr. Harris' amendment was
County No, 2.—Deleware county was
adopted. Mr. Harris* amendment was
County No. county waa chang- i ^
ed to Adair county and this amendment County N
County No. 4.—Cherokee county was
County NO. G^-Seqnoyah county was
OiunCy No. 6.-Muskogee county
Cain's amendment was lost.
County No, 7.—Wagner county. Han-
pem's amendment to change tho name
to Coweta, lost. Warner county was
Adopted. Harris's amendments was lost.
16.— Moman county was
This county c
ie west. The rlv
tins the "Harris
finest Granite in
Washita and Blue
county and in
The White Heart
of the Wheat
Made by the man
made it win
; tic uicnkfast food that captures the
children's tesle Everybody is talking
about the increasing success or
BEST Cereal, Vitos
One reason for its great popularity is it
economy. A 2 lb. package makes
1 2 lbs. when served. • A creamy
white, granular I cog nch, lu.l
Your Grocer Has it
lug contrary to the agreement we had
caucus lastnlght. It was undcr.tood
...... we would BO over this report conn-
v l.v county «a «'> "
would Know «hy this "
ntado each an cry county and ".a
the object of the report of th. com
mlttco on rule, thla morning. 1 l>a..
... a r..|K.it a. to why as to one coun-
„f this stale is made wh„ I. a a
taxable xalaotlon ot nem.lv (our mll-
p.ipulailou of 15.0W and an a . a
acres. In that we ha\-
tlcno n. something to go before the p. o-
,u, With, tv have It «ot,,y time
time again that tho work of the com-
rnulce on ..«jld - • >
wr.*ckagc of tho Ute. N" < ■""
nwk. , rocord which ill «*'•*'
statement the lie. if " l " "■
want our record, to show why
made every county us " Is.
Delegate lliuskell said:
I hope Mr. Maker will consent to
draw tHat resolution.
Delegate Baker said:
■This resolution was Introdu
not with any intention
latlng the agreement| "
I do not feel this is the st Int
those of us who have agr. ed «
Willing to agree that oui k
nettled our difference, o, lha
ought to he Jouht and tin. oil.
, any long-r. «> think .he cominl
i„l„. it not Hod everything fo.
best' Interest of nil ot us and thofe '
willing to accept li and we do
t to be kept in doubt any longei
consent to withdraw the mi
... this nine with the eonwnt of
,«ond. but 1 don't think will ,
dito anything hy k.epl.ia thus" " 'l0"W
any long-r. However, for fear I
•ate friction, I am willing «<>
Delegate Herring said:
I mofc you that all dlirtfrleo. .«
•ounllcs be reported lo i lie delcua • "
affected and that majority report ^
those delegates be recgnlxc. I. th«
..invention. We are >! «< .'• ^
people, we go bef«
Sill not >■■' responslbl. In this coaven
Hon. It will be the part of tlw ««• ,
rcognlxing and adcerilslag
..hatigos so that the majorilv of rep- ;
esentatives of any county advi^ tlieso I
Changes that this convention recognU- j
Will They be Purchased by the
Have You Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver or Blatkier
To Prove What Swamn-Root, the Great Kidney, l-iver
and Bladder Remedy, will do for YOU, all our Readers
May Have a Sample Hotile Sent Free by Mail.
| ti ia Mature'a
I > oil that the tr
j If these daii|
more serious i
iche In fhe back Is tin
. lire Of kidney trouble,
timely warning to show
k of health Is not clear.
, i signals are unheeded,
-uli- are often sure to
tllneitse. which Is the
ill become 1
Is a question
those who ar
, T.. Dec. 20.— What
,r the three fine rnlted (Pwainp-n
„ the Indian Territory der reinn
frequently asked l>v | the hlghe
„ interested >n the Im-
H of statehood. Will
1 ac , adopt-'"d.
M(-l County No. 17,-Okfuske
• count v No. 18—Scott county was
L,i to Hughes county in honor of
Deleg.,;e Hughes of Oklahoma city and
adopted as amended.
( int'. No. 19-—Seminole county was
Ct.unly No. 20.—'This county
named La ?'lore county In honor of a
log Indian chief and w is adopted.
, . , N„ .! -McCurtain county was
pawert because of the obsence of Mc-
' '"vunty No. 2J.-This county was
p tmed Haskell county
! County No. 23.-Was named Da timer
| county in honor of Delegate latimer and
• was adopted.
'nunty No. 21— Push-mo-to-ho county
,'ounty No. 5S.—Delegnte liaskell mov-
ed tills county he named Choctaw coun-
„■ Delegate Bob Williams moved th tt
, he I I oat I.Ill of this counly lie tabled.
Motion lost and county adopted.
County No. 2fi. Tills comity was nam-
ed Pittsburg, and was adojfled.
County No. 27,-Atoka county was
Ct.unty No. 28.-*ryan county was
each nature has stored up the finest wa-
ter powers in tht- state.
The Pennington river, that beautiful
and picturesque stream with its wat->r
falls, its clear and silvery rippling brooks
and springs, upon whose grassy covered j
banks lovers m long linger, and wooed
and enchanted ,..'h its murmurs and
, Johnston county has eighteen thousand j
people, of a religious moral, solxr. iq.- |
.ight and#honest chara -tii.
Johnston county has s.iil "eli a 1 i• t• -1
to tho growth of cotton, corn, wne>.,
outs, tobacco, hemp, colery, potatoes,
vegetables, fruit and succulent alfalfa.
;lh(i has • 1 latta of up to daie aclanttAo
fi.mcrs who are ready to give business
and professional men a fair oportunity.
also ask a just consideration in the
ntrnggle for the necessities in the ru-v
race of life.
It has a large population of gon.l dem-
ocratic Indian < itizenship and nr.re loyal
but independent democrats, moie <- n-
siderate but discriminating republicans
and more humble and trus'.wortiiy kesp-
ln-thelr-place nfgrocs. than any. other
county in the Chickasaw nation, nil
which classes partisans and
a distinguished' i
well 1 T. to prohibit the manufacture
sale' or giving away Intoxicating liquor
,■ A McNabh, seeretary of lite
<,f agriculture, piesented la" copies <
valuable agrlcultl-re -I atlnics at
convent ion extended a vote of thank..
Oovontpr Joseph W. Folk of Mis'.. .. | rtlnr
gent word not address the .on
j vention at this isi-iture i
^ h d ««««. ^ ra^u°rl,:5
they would burn him in efllg> if n« 01 f , m„mbcrs of the,'
• abstractor 10 mn _____ I porary
eonvention that If ne>oluti.m 1 ^ | tn ^ Mr)p j<nfJ u couul als
ed after Judge I '
Indian from Marlctt
who has lived fifty y
Grady county was adopteii. It
named nfler the honorable Harry
Grady, u private cltlien who never
I for office.
Stephens county was adopted.
Delegate Tucker asked that thi:
passed until he could have a lies
1 with Chairman Allen. H«- offerei
I amendment f< r a -hange in the line
me new state buy the Jnlls
the federal government keen tlienr-
The .mils In tinMtlon are b-
Icated nt Vinita Muskofee and Mr-
" 1 alestcr nntl easily rank among t 10
■ largest, .leanest nnd best manage.1
'• pre,His in tho f,lite,I States. 1. it'll showing li.i ...
4 iall Is cnpal.llo of housing four hull- Ifctlaf OtUft f
' | prisoners with perfect cnmfo.t lhp „n>.
" an.l above all things else the prisons, ,h,
""" urine, smarting
ist distreHHing cases i
Heine, you should ha
rougii tiisil ^ill convinc
liunie bnek s only one of many symp-
toms of kidney trouble Other sympt
sediment In the urine,
bladder, uric a id, o<
ie, dizziness, poor dl
? tonal haada
tlon, Hleeplessneiw, nervousness,
heart acts badly, rheumatism,
bloating, Irritability, wornout feeling.
la.lt of ambition, loss ot tloaii, sallow
If your water when allowed to remain
undisturbed in a glass or Sottle for
twenty^four hours, forma i ledlmanl - v
settling or has a cloudy appearance, I
is Ml.-" eviden-M- 'thai your kldiie>a and
bladder need Immediate attention
In taking Swamp-Root
tural help to Nature, for
1 gentle aid
>t been di'J
, you can
the lines changed from the boun-
dary committee's report, lit made a
splendid a|,eal for his people for this
Uttl,. narrow strip. Hill believed this
convention should listen to the delegate.
Chairman Alien of the boundary < om-
rniite. said he had done everything to
piegae fiie people and moved to <
the amendment of Mr. Tucker s. Motion
'tlcally proof against the
riniinals skill In escaping,
i If (he opinion of the federal ofll-
,,unt of 11 1 cers in this city is to l>.- taken tho
-rnment will keep the three jails,
.ill need them as places of tem-
onflnement for several years
v\\\ kill the a bat
■son couhty was adopted.
, , s s the Indian Territory coun-
;rte. The alistrac
fund and dish It out win-
most good to kill the r
gate Graham said that
proposition. Another - '
subject v as read.
No. 29.—Coal county was
30.—Pontotoc county was
County No. 31.—Johnston
County No. 32,-Marshal county
adopted! Mr. Graham's amendment ac-
"county No. 81,-McClaln county was
"county NO. -4.—Ganln county was
V «,.s adopted. Delegate
an ainendm.n changing
of the lines. The motion
Murray coun., .
pie Of that county named it after Al-
falfa Bill Murray on account of ine num-
her of alfalfa farms in tiio county.
Carter county was adopted. Auimor .
the < ounty sc^- Delegate Ledbetter
named it in honor of Judge ' ^
half blood who married ■' 1 biekah-i
woman, and he is a very tin man
• lx \e county was adopted. It nam
buy your holiday
at white's jewelry store
Delegate Bob Willi'ti s ol ers " 1
lowing resolution which was aaopteu
' "Resolved, that this convention rcor;g- ]
ii.zing that any agency that will r
1 ameliorate the condition of the poo-
X of this.state ill the way of cheap
i ansportation, urge tlie Ri^cis ant
, ' .m-'i.-s to ondomu
The evening session opend with the; hoard commit.- _ • that
onsideration of Ke.iver county, t k- to the ( ongre>.- -f
lahoma of that part of the committee I ^ffl.-ient approriatr m.
report. Delegate Roberts offered an.,,.,.. k of im,-5
amendment to the general report by r,nnl „s mouth o t\> , bft
• triklng out the following. paver, and -at tin- -n l
The general assemply shall provide SU|iu-ient to ,n.iini.ini tiie woi
bv general law for the creation continuously until a prip-
•ounties, locating or changing depth has bt
eounty seats anil changing county
s. hut each of said questions shall
no submitted to n vote of the elec-
tor, residing wltllln the territory al-
[ected. and shall be approved by a,
majority of lb" votes cast lor ,
against said proposition I'efoie
new county sli.t i He
tv seat lo. ,t. .1 or . hanged, or '
nf an, count y.h.tlctuolnKhdrlushrdlu
any county shall he changed and,.,
substituted the following.
Whenever the neopl. "f any dis-I ,
places of punishment for offenders j
i,U: „„rd,r„,c attains, the federal slatutos ln <en-l j
„ 1)t.i,.- , of sending numerous prisoner*, to _
, f, r i licavonworth, Columbus. 1
u' .\tlanta the convicts. « speMallv , ,.xftmplo In giving individual P'ona r
,-ini'ation ' from s,.rt|on ,,f the country. thereby stimulating greater mit
I could ho Imprisoned In one of the' col feeling throughout the city.
ifrer* the foi- I three Jalla provided auch a aentottci J ^
' "" ,h" "m" "vn" ! EL RENO LIVES IN HOPES
"Vhe federal jails ire rfnv h finer
than any stru tnre the eoufities could
build. That the county jails "ill t
modeled after them there Is not «US
doubt, but thev will be much
to the kidneys
If you are airoadj
Swamp-Root is what
purchase the regular lifty-eenl and one
dollar Sl botiles at drug store, ev.ry-
p.M water often during I wile, e Don't mate any «'
get times d,„- remember the name. s . „ «
Inabliil. Id voar Kilmer's « .m -Boot.
,,r irrit.iti..ti In passing, ilingliami'in. V 00 L
NOTE. to tir.ve the * 4*<«1 nieiiis Ot
hay. a J a; ft"*)* SfSS2*5
solutelj free by mall 1 he book cont.iinf m.m found Swamp-
Bands nf testimonial icttei ...elvel from men .i/i Swamp-Run
Root to he just tiie remedy they led. The value .,ni * ' . ,t.] .
a„. SO w. II known tint our nadrn are a.lvUed to send for S.imui. b tu
1" IB aildrasa t> nr. Kilm^and Company B W '"""- ; " ^ T'la
, tre to say vici read this generous offer In the ilaily state -I
genuineness ,,f this offer Is guaranteed.
That Old Depot Will Soon be re
placed by a "Dream"
old shack of a depot is tilled to its ut-
most capacity all of the time with oat-
P...S of the road waiting sometimes Icr
hours al a time for their tra il to pull
The new depot Is about < impleted init
i, will be only a few days until Ihc nn -
„t ,1,e load w II Have a nice clean
„ in which to wall for their trains.
I The I
-vye and Harris offered peti
tlons from constituents against the ea
rabllahment of ciuntles.
Delegato Harned arose to a question
of personal privilege and stood by ma
rks tn,,'le at the caucus the night
, , . and hoped the delegates would
;ik- niy remarks to heart as l am
to rei resent my constituents and to
he chips rail where th
mmlttee on Rules off(
which was adopted
nrl.v so subatant
In appoaranee or In construe
federal Jalla Will still be use II plaee
of execution, tin- federal Wernnwi
being willing tA ext« nd this . .,urt. •
to the state authorities.
having Its «hl
iese -bright crispy da:
<m thing to aee four
ud fifteen trains in
line time with every <
fie tracks 'blocked i*
H. O. .Termerson
iM. O Willis,
O. F. Roach, Ok-lal
they shall present an application t pI,st„i,ti,
th (dell of the district court by ' 1 ,,f ti,,. . ,.i
a shi.ivn bj last election ask-
that the sat,.- new counly b.
„... oa i, of OKlahom
larccr stock of every uung m — - .
WHITE THE JEWELER
We have tiie largest stock of I)ia -
Hionds, Watches, Clocks Cut Glass,
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware in
Oklahoma to select from. Everything pur-
chased at White's Jewel,y Store is fully war-
ranted. I am better prepared this year with a Holiday,
of every thing in my line than at any other i
Th7. "ameminieni created a great
I created. And th. - lerk ml ciiU an ,
! election whether it .hall
created And the «««> haU 1
la" i of lis. u- . a™1 Delegate l.eaby
' . suhstltute for Mr. HoberH :
I amendment and the report of the cotn-
"-Tile legislative assembly shall T-n -
, ,' i,v i. neial law for organism*
Tew counties locating county scan
. i.tn no new county shall
t0Tganis.'d or -hail In organising a ,
, ,.„unty be ho reduced as to con- -
. ,„ less thin 2011.1)00 square miles,
aid in organizing any new county o, this
gressh.nal townships the national
j boundaries shall be observed as nearly) I'-b
olved that the conv«
of this rule
of the committee on co
tlaries shall be adva
| place on the calendar.
therton, over a I
n shall upon
it the report
I to the first
Tho bgi holiday ri
MITCHELL AND HAGHlTT •
"Washington, Dec. 20.—Tlw presi. en*
today announce*! ac< ejitance -.v-
j«hn Mitchell, pnfildonl of the i nit® i
Mine workers oV America as r- represen-
tative "i labor, and Marvin llugha-t,
tv esident Of the Chicago and Northwest-
Ml, .,,-n railway company, as R represent-
Ton. « tl "f capital of the w-nder-
u " f<lfl , d them hy the .-resident a* members ot
,1 the >"ard of trustee to whom he wilt
I , onvey the amount of the Nobel peace
e yard at
r of the t M
territorial charters , , , , t. r. i . i. -. 1.1. i.u u j- u -!- !• !- .!• i '•1 J
Chas. A. Mitchel!.
I D. M. Tibhetts. all I
• ounties that
is reported by
nend that the
confirmed ari l
Delegate Baker movei
piovos'-d counties, tho.-
thei\ Is no contest ove
the committee and reci
report of the committee •
that the boundaries of tho-
as reported by the committe-.
Delegate Rose said:
I do not believe it Is proper at this
time to pas# a resolution of thin sort.
This is tying up something that maybe
will want to '-hange. and I do not see
I any necessity now of tying this up at
Geo. N. Browne
Hammon Trading company of il im-
oklahoma. Capital stock |l'>.oot). l"
corporatt^rs FVank H.'I'-i'N. -I '- 1 1' ■
Reddish, E. D. Foster all -f Hammon,
and M. Aibcrnathy of Con'ovmen •
MUSICAL* AT BAPTIST CRURCH
Guthrie enjoyed a rate
Wednesday enev ng at e Bap is.
M ■' '
convened at 10 a.
Rev. Jose,,II Blati. Bal,bl of Consregi-
... , ,,' oklahoma < ity, lead In
var Id ,'ai't v Mid: "0,n Is.rtl,
King of the W .rid we thank Thee for
,l„ oportnnitv given th.
lo say that in our country,
,i„d the other ounty northwest has ag-
I III,on the line, end therefore the
p,.opl, of this county, Kl Is, hav agre.nl
take the county as it is now. and I
> not understand why the gentleman
ants this. I think It Is fair to carry
out the motion of the
I (lo their du"
Delegate Is-ahy -aid
!u all fa I ne* i m a of i t
lull-Mi. This i«esoliition < "iitempi-i
,d pupil of Fredl Mill Ro.-e, wis
rtist of the occasion, j-s^lsted b ;
It. W. Ramsay vocal and .Mr*.
i,:e Dudley Rose. The ho -• y -
well filled with people an.l I
Piano shipped especially for. tin ,
simi hy the A. B. Chase CMurpa. r
Norwalk Ohio was alik- ; la ■ ■
the planoist and the au<ttenc« •
Brown has shown remarkable .mi" —
meat during the past year^de. ,|.-t lng •
remnrknble power and f. x
cation yet with the most -h . - -
iHflims. holding her audlen^. to -•.-r-fiU
attention throughout playing w t |
ea«e and composure her w sele< t' d
program. Mrs. Ramsay hinging l* 1-
ways .i treat to music lovers in , !M
rle and her piece ••HPinf lng-<^ wrn- j
seemed especially seated tor her •
Everybody likes to hear M- •R '-c i--
elte. her pieces for the evening
contin the works of I'dioiind V.
Cook. We hope that some ot t ■« P 1 '
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g Make S _
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tho poets in padddd loath- m
or, tho same author- m the •
best linen, also in tho limp oath. m
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 210, Ed. 1 Friday, December 21, 1906, newspaper, December 21, 1906; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc126398/m1/3/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.