McAlester Weekly Tribune (McAlester, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 23, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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THK MrAMCRTKK WKKKI.V TlllllVN'
n.M, formerly omphived a. the *tat« I PMlorli. near ihe prtann. ho* hoen ho to nerving « new term In prison | if it were to be Mid to prlwrn
prison. *d<hd to the report! of the foreman of the tailoring .hop since Mr Weldon tM romlng to town «n>plo7M Kenator Thompson called
warden's speeches • statement thiit
Thin Shoe Sale is a Bemi-Annual Clearing event. differing from moat
ltoe * lv because we ( I T THK PRICK of our HT.%XI>AIU> LINK* and
IN 1 NOT buy job lots or stock sho«-s to mak" a sale on. You really get
our exceptional regular shoes at factory coit pri *e§, and our bargain ta-
ble lot In priced at bras than coat. AI«L Ol*R SHOKH IIKAR THK
STAMPS of the (aRAM) M-MDKII and are mad*- to our order by Arm-
strong. Drew-Selby. Plant, 0. Edwin Smith. Sherwood. Dodge—makes
tlv r.-r into every first-class shop store in the United States.
If employes did not like the condi-
tions under which they worked, the
state waa under no obligations to
them and they might quit. He said
that the guard* understood this to
be directed at the criticism of the
Older that they move near the ieiil-
tenttary. He said that a few did not
wish to live near there and that
others did not ft*el able to pay $20
month on one of the Million con-
He told of pangs ranging trom * «
to 400 or 500 working °n ti*** addi-
tion while he worked at th« prison
IMck Kxpleincd IntereM.
Mr Wilkes said that Mr Dl k a suit mad
told him of his Interest In Talawan-
da He aald that the warden ex-
plait.1 >d that he had tried to get pro-
pie to take the matter up but that
they didn't regard It a good proposl«
tlon and so he bad decided to take
it up himself.
He said that he didn't fed abb" to
Mr Payne left He says that h. with a load of truck when Shaw a« attention of wltnesea to the faet that
made m suit of clothes for Mr Utek rotted him and asked If he had any H Is located a half mile from the
for himself and for R L. Hart. i\ K chickens to sell, lie had none. Th corporation limits and a negro school
Halley. Ham Mas n. Tip Russian, negro then said that he ran a hotel house on the edge of the corporation.
Sam Windrow and had repaired the here and guesMtd be could use m 11 j "You don t think the nigger school
oxerroata of Mr Fry and Mr Oaten the stuff Mr Weldon had. provided (house would add to the value of tire
He said that these were all pent- he would accept a chin k from Pol. |Talawanda property, do you?" asked
McAlester Mr Weldon said that he the senator.
regarded Colonel McAlester's chvek | "No." was the answer, "but Tsla-
good and would accept It The tie wranda Is far enough away that It
gro wanted to settle the matter right would make Talawanda lots more
there but Mr Weldon said thai Itej valuable than property eloeer to the
would drive around to th% "hotel" school house."
hail and deliver the stun The negroI "As a matter of fact," said Thomp-
not made no objections but Just an the non, "didn't you want to gvt In on
tetitlary officials or employ
that they furnished only th
risl. the work being free
were from 36 to 4 4 convicts
•s and ,
ed in ihe tailoring shop. Thvy make
all the clothes used by the eon vici s
tkf Ml) pert-ons who ha\e
nrk done since
working at th
non of Htorek<
• pritnn, were the blind end of Choctaw avenue was reached the sale of that property because
vper Kendall, who had he cried excitedly Thvre Is Juilg# you thought you could sell It to the
the daughter-in-law of * Presley Pole I have to see him on guardaf"
Mi Kendall, who had h coat made busliienn I owe him some money "| "I did not think anything of the
and the daughter of Mr Kendall j As an apparent afterthought he aald: ;kind," replied the witness
slio had a coal made This was on "Can't you let inv have a little inon-
written order from Mr. l>lck. 1 ey on this check, so I can pay him.
Making llook llalame. You ran hold it till we reach the
Mr Rchlode said that a bolt of bank."
sat teen was once charged to lie* tal , Mr Weldon looked at the check.
lor shop by Storekeeper Kendall I which waa for $7. and It "was doiu (have him desist, wltneua drew a map
Supposed State Would Ituitd.
Ssrcastlc crosa firing followed
with view to Hhak'ng the witness,
who Insisted on tselng allowed to ex-
plain. Although effort waa made to
lie said 1 hat lie had
Prices Cut on the Above Lines.
Armstrong $5 Shoes, ■ - $4.00
Drew-Selby & Plant, $3 shoes - $2.98
Smith and Sherwood $3 shoes - $1.98
Containing some of all the above $1.98
buy and suggested that he might and he refused to receipt for it. do- very pretty
v nt from an Italian and that Mr .-laring he bad not received it only 12
l)kk said he could do that until he 11
felt able but that he could then buy. bolt *hh gonv and thai li
He said that he neither rented nor make his books balance
I that other books had ! of the purae and announced that hi
hsd only $ .95.
"Well, I can make that do," aaii'
Mr Weldon took th*
bought, as he did not want to 11 v
dote to the priaon. I to balance, too, and he tfcouldn t re
I, Muter Hill 1 npald. ft.i' un>thliiK ■Itiln'l !:«■«
Commissioner Schrlen*-r of McAl- He said he took the matter ut
!ester testified that there are no met- with Deputy Warden Fry and Mr
crs in the houaes In the Tainwandn
addition but a genernl one of the
| penlrntiary and that Warden Dick
has iuatructed him to make out a
| Pi.t minimum rate to eaili hoiiM- « f
fifty cents a month. The bill now
runs $10.."in This is charged to the
said Mr Kendall told him Ihe | I owe Judge Pole Just 92.
"had to| the truaty.
Mr Weldon examined the
on paper, showing the priaon and Its
relation lo Talawanda. He then told
the committee that at the time Tal-
awanda plaited. It waa th* In-
tention of the state to build houses
lor Ihe guards, and there was no
1 bought of aellln- honaea and lota to
employes, ss It was believed by all,
at that time, that the state would
check ami! provldw homes for them.
Fry told hint to netvr slt:n for any-, gave Ihe negro lira $1.#.'.. Hut !.• In ^nnwer to Senator WII*on, wit-
think ihat he did not net He heard looked around and didn't nee the tie 'new said thnt Ihe land between the
„„ more about the matter sr.. or Judite Cole either. Ill* bo; [corporation nnd Talawanda waa low
The e Imve been a few other aald he saw Ihe negro running. Koi nnd marshy nnd unlit for residence,
small Items put on bis receipts he,a moment he suppoaed Judge Colt
has ffused to s gn for and they , had disappeared and the negro wai
running to catch him Ilia mini'
been rem ivi
was soon disabused of this and ti*
ANOTNF.lt lilt. KIRK
I.nhm Intimated at MA.IHMI and In-
state. The state has not paid MfWllil on the stand.
of this yet nor lla own bl!l of about Steward W C. Kllgore was (liven'.haaed the negro for a time.
j :I |()ll„ examination Friday aliernoon l.ater lie derided lo look Into th.
font let tiot Work. He nave the hill ol fare (or Ihe day, r nulneneaa of the ehe k and found
Mr Pchrlener was aaked whether the eoat or all article*. and told th- on prenentlng II at Ihe MrAleater
anv convlrla had -ver worked for the „„,,,„cr ol dealing out the meat andlTrual Co that ll waa bosua. He de-
elty water department. 're whleh la In lila Immediate charge arrlbid th to the
He aa'd that a mutt In rharde of drawing li If* other auppllea^ from Ihe
seme work being done by ihe city re- storekeeper . . .
Willi lie aald that the ..fTlrlala were al-.to the penln-ntlary and lhai Khaf|l «a la eatlmated at $31,000. Inanr-
lle lowed meat and lee, the aarne helm waa aearrhed, none of the money he ' anre vaa earH-d to Ue amount of
Wardrn'inR found He .aid that Warden' II*.00#.
IMck ordered aome on<* lo pay Mr. ( At A:!7 o'elock the alarn waa
Weldon the |l.t.1 null lo rhnr*e ll to turned i* and Ihe vompaay from
The oltin1 of the MrAleater Raah
and lioor faetory on "e north aide
pollen an4 Of the Intfrurhan traek near Ran,
they aoon caught Hhaw. I Bond park waa Mtally deatroyed by
! Mr Weldon aald that lie went nui! «re early Thuraday morning. The
IHirted thnt a fellow nnnied
Hi own was said lo be a convict.
ordered him discharged, although he • barged, and that Peputy
took only l."arsay as lo his b^ing a Pry had Iuatructed him to eatlmaU
convict He wan ordered to bring ihe meltage and charge for the sane
central atatlon went there In record
104-106f. CHOCTAW AVE.
Prom Piige 2.
Ihe made the deal for the houae with Kees. aild to
Warden Dirk He paid 1220 for the! The committee will endeavor to get1
lots and agreed to pay $1,000 for both rn^n before It.
a ft ature of today a hearing. the house in installments, his notvs!
1 r. Kehols testified that after his being to the McAlester Trust Po. He
Iioum burned he rented a hous® on *aid that he thought the house
Talawanda addition, 6 rooms
bath, at $K a month He pay
light and Ice extra. He has not yet *-fcit for the building. He said It
paid any water rent. He and other a four-room houfv, rooms 16
officials have secured their vegeta-1 feet square, and there was a bath
blea from an officers' garden, work- Theye Is a 28-foot porch. He said
ed by trust .vs. that tfoe foundation was put in with roBl'
Dr. Kehols said that he did not be-!r0nvlct labor.
lleve that guards must buy houses to He said that Mr
hla payroll, and did «> ..ml allowed .,, that the atate wo tote uothlim | e fund h- did noi recall, remark
that th" convict had drawn allmietli- through thla aource. In«vlhat they rmihl |et It out o( ' m* iu w.m "
er about ti 7. No employe enta priaon meal. .... '-he nlM.r." , "reman to do anything toward put-
More Itio.it Tru«tle«. 11, ss he is doing extra work to fill a( .lame* W * l-or Murray, i,,n" out
Patrolman Oabbert of McAlester'\acancy and has no time to get home \v. 8 James, a former guard, said j
was questioned as to trusties. Ifi 11 •• meals generally eoat about I • thai he was diHchatged In the sum
said that they used lo be rven here .enta a day per convict. mer of 1912 with about a dosen oth*|r
!often but not recently. He nald Mr Kllgore worked che king out ers; thnt Mr Fry offered to give I The Mller honss wat of brl t
that he did not recall seeing any at niuteiial when unloaded from the him a letter of rei'ommendatlon, br#|*n ®
■ ars snd also to the foreman daring he Insisted on knowing why he wsi (
He'ihe construction work. He said that4 tired. He came later to sec Warden The mill proper was •• by
.aid that he personally knew of only .t flrat only the car nu.nb. ra and III nirk. after Ihe latter returned from 2 *ad ""
• iit.mnn nr HneV '*0 offetiaea He picked lip a drunk itlnla and nalitre of material wa (the Baltimore convention, and Mr B corrugate ron.
. a (Urn son or muck. „ ... . . , . . l m . ,.u h.„, h.. 1...1 .ii.i„v.i . 1 There waa an addition rnnnlng the
;en convict. No 2S42, he.lde thejaent him anil he eli. eked up the ar- 1)1 k told him he had been dl.loyal, I
About or l« can that he had favored Murray for nov-l'"11 l",n*lh of """t .Ide and near
thla wwre the dry kllaa,
three together In the daytlni"
the lire aa there waa no
, water to he had, the neareat main
l.clng on Main afreet, over all
Mock, from the plant.
No. 2S42, bealde
afreet ear (rack laat aun.n.er at
•11- rival of car.
iae on aald that he thought the house coat
. and I,bout tTOO but he hadn't the money mer guard, aa to the apeechta
y. for ,0 build and didn't have the time to Warden Hick. In which he had urged b> r I. '" "■
eca and Fourth He had lo hail'i had been handled In Ihla way. when jernor. althniigh It would have meant 1 "rV1**' ' hr
••requisites for <iunri| *. ' iifm to Jail In a dray. he chanced to get the bill of lading 1 Dick's losing his job if he waa elect-j ** 0 *** .
There waa n.orc te.tlniony by for-i He alwi told of Henry Pliaw paaa- for fifteen cara and found wven ed, and (hat he had then flvofl4| *
forged ehi-ck, more fully (old ehra of rru.hed rock ahorl wven Owen for wn&lor agalnal Haakell,|
ublc yard* each. He .aid dial h- whom l lck anpported.
giiurda lo move near the penlten-l He recalled .eeing only one con-lralaed rain with Eugene dill, 'who: Wltnoee .aid that he told him he f * T'_
tlarv .1 L WilllainK of Ktvlw, a v,r' lr°m thla county working aa waa the atate of Oklahoma," and reaerved the right to vole aa he
former guard, sayu that free Ice, vtg- 'maty, an aged negro, who drow at hat he alao took the miller u|i wltti pleased and Mr. Ulck told him that
elablea and water and grocerlea al |r'-> '"1 «• ■' ,h' "rd'r"' h* •' hla apitnk.
he u e of truBtlea free wood Mn" * "«e«l t«. Item. that h.- thereafter b« .uppllvd with ' He gloried In your apunk hut yon i
and hauling of coal had been often,! " L Mulone teatlhed that Deputy ,he involve of each car. that he loal your J..b " eon„non.*d Banal or, T„nn
-.M in.lnr.mMi Oatei told him he would have to buy could check It aa lo quantity. Ite Thompeon . '
Dick told him a ow Inducement ; .... ...J | ,u„ h.„.! A new company wan organlaed,
> The Inatltutlon waa eitabllahed hr
John Waggoner In Reptemtr r,
IVOR. He dealred to engage In
bualneoa here and tba New Htate
I.umber company waa organlied.
Mr Waggoner moved hi* machinery
h. re and much more waa added
iith<>.* wiinnfi.,.. later ..inlaltied a nouae or look for another Job. He^aid thai he reported no ear ahorl' Wltneaa .aid that he later .uh.tl-
h.old their Jobs, although he had on sac In the lot would be fllleil up an'' . t| aald that Warden Dick had declared!,if aand untena II reached ten per luted for another employe hut had
two r* three occasions heard It ru- that a line fence and chicken house that Mr Dick said thai If the gnu.ds ^
would move out that he would eom-
iiiok v^ould be built, but not.v of this has
Ponvicta Koltl Tiling*. ; been done.
Will Spriggs test.tied Saturday af-J He said that when he applied for of escape of convicts, riots, et
h moon thai he had bought three a Job he w as told he would have to
pairs of shoes from convict* and two nl„ve near the penitentiary. He went "rtjn *om-^other man's place, they
bursts of coffee. He said lhal he with Mr. Dl<;k to look at sev.-ral *'
tad seen convict* disposing of 2.r> or house* in North McAlester and plrk-
S0 pairs of shoes among miner*. He ed hi* out. but that It waa net on Hired,
hud seen prison-made shoes lots bought by Mr Hart and had to there got ilcknaa* in
ech that Ihe -n.ploves wtlo
allowing that much for It he-
tie moved to h!s.
Mr. Willinma say* that he con-
that he told Mr.
make the Million
for rale In a McAlester *lore
Storekeeper Kendall tv*tllied Frl- R. L. lUrt h*s worked at the pen-
day that ronvlets had b«-en selling Itentlary three years and a half.
ahoea issued them, wearing their old He said he flrat rented a houi" of
one*, and that after discovery of the Mr. Reed paying 112.50 and later of irncled for a houae In March, I9IJ, .
fads rules wet- changed so as to Mr Dick, paying 110. He then Lllfl paid 2, #, of whli h he under
compel convict* to turn in their old ' moved III* family to Oklahoma City 'tood $7..>0 went for Imuran He
ahoea before new one, are Isaued. and stayed at the penitentiary. moved in in May and occupied It un-
Mr. Sprlggs said thai he recently1 He said that after his family came "te later part of August or early
at,* a gang of about 16 convict* ear-' hack he lived on Talawanda H'.-lght« in September, when h
lylnts two bticketa, singing and n a house btlonglng to Mr. Mason move. He was let out during the
shoutinR and apparently drunk ] nd later upstair* In the Cornell Baltimore convention, and
Thnt the Ulll store building was store.
r<pait'.'d by convict lalior following1 He said thai la*t November li
n mine rave-In that broke it In two made a deal with Mr Dick They had. and that he was sorry to «<•
and thai aome dirt "a* moved on vlalted several houses in North Mr- him go nnd aaked him If h" could
to the Tatnwnnda addition to nil up Ah?*ter and sele-ted one. Ii«.der the g«t another Job. He replied that he
stme ravines, came out In Saturday'* contract he I* to pay $1,500 for the pieaumed so, aa he had always been
house and two lots at the rate of $2." able to get a Job. ile stld that Mr
Itrcont Hoii*c*. 'a month. He nay* that when he(Fry advised him to k-ep In touch
lth him and he would try to eel
pensate them for citra work In ca*e near the prison would b*jrom.ig more compact during shlp-
lHlt more upl lo hold their Job* than inant.
thai If I hey did ail extra shift or those thnt did not. Mr. fillmore said that he was, ow
He paid that he got another joh lug to the faet that he worked 14
but didn't hold It and came hack to hours a day and was for ed to stay
Warden IHck for employment and nt Ihe |>enltentlary, paid $«u a
id that If any living out wa8 ,0^ rould have his Job bark month and allowed lift In groceries
ir families ,f h* would nu ke a dval for a house All cicesa over the lib he piys for h«d been chaplain about three years
He nsid that he saw Mr Million and In cnah. Hv said that Ton Frame. H** **as asked \J he knew about
considered a contract for two lots | inemlnr of the slate board of affairs, horsea and teams from the prison
and a three-room house for but had told him he ought to have $l n having been entered at the fair for
would be paid raah
The warden, these
pot worked regularly.
He aald that he believed the real
reason h«- lost his job was because
he would not move out near the
t tiaplaln \mlor Tentltle*.
Rev. Frank Naylor, the chaplain
testified Friday night. He said
the McAlester Rash and Door com-
pany, which purchased the plant.
they would be allowed trusties and
that trusties would make gardenu
Dick he tfouldn'* a mouth and He had promised lo get' premium. Witness said a saddle
deal and asked >|t for him but hadn't got it yet. horse had been entered and had won
(Jill Material Charged. « pr mlum of $5. Thompson want
' He said that Mr. l)|ck declared Being examined as to sand and **d to know who got th** premium
jthat was all right concrete used In the dill foundation, money, and witness said Mrs. Dick
Maunder* Bought House. told about by John Nvedham, Mr When asked how it war that Mrs
was asked to H A Saunders said that the war- Kllgore said that Mr Fry had warn- Mc* received the premium, witness;
den's speeches had not been properly • <f him that this should be turned -amidst laughter that he had
Deputy I reported and tried to tell about the in to him separately, an it was to be suggested lo It* *1ven to her. Asked
Warden Fry told him he was a good
man, one of the beat guards they hnd
■Inee time ****** inn tin#
been given to manufacturing aash
•loors, *crf*ns and other bgllding
material. The company has been
doing a good bualneas under the
|i( The officers of the pn aent com-
pany are: R. K. Heamans. preal-
dent; H. R. Kuaaell. manager Ths
directors are* R. K. Reamans. C.
W Hawley. Col Wm. Husby, A. If.
Thomas and A. R. Mitchell.
The Institution waa quite a draw-
ing card for MeAleater'a commercial
Interests and the ioaa la very regre -
table from every standpoint.
Mn'-h ef Siturdiiv ft r< tiom- ' • * - •
slon was devoted to II." story of the mode to B. A. Jonea. Mr. I>lrk tell- him ha k.
two bouses moved to the Talawanda Ing him he really had no lateral 1:. I'olleetor Made threat,
addition Irom North McAlester and the matter. H" said the house wa« He aaid abou' th - middle of June
not fro:n the penitentiary lunn. the moved by convicts but that !t wa a colJeitur for the McAlester * rust
state s traction engine and trnrlr* poptred and painted by a McAlester,Co., elated h!m at the p*niteuUsr*
btlr.g used and six convicts being elllzen nnd aslr-d him about his delmqaent
emploped in th«? work. The moving The committee authorised tK etsi ! payments and he told him that he
was supervised by Foremen D. F ployment of a carp liter, contractor .ildu't aim to pay a cent more, that
rook, then in the employ of the or arch'tect to visit the two bourns ha regarded the matter a "frauderle"
county while guarding a gang of coa-japd aarertnln what they ahould roat .snd If he lost hla Job he would loa«
Ylcts working on the Krebs road. I Foreman Took wss ordered to find [all he paid
Gunrda K. II Toffee and R L. out who owned the houaes in North
Hart bought these houses snd the McAlester and reported that In the
lota on which they at* built. opinion of a neighbor woman one
flint, whic h was a general overhaul- paid for by (j|ll | ersonally. and that 'f *be horse belonged to the state
Ing of the gunrds. but the commit- be turned In a memorandum He
t'*e told him to confln** his teMtlmony did not know whether this was whili
to the house proposlt'on. the "atate of Texas."-which was the
He said that there was ta!k among prison namv for the Texss llu'ldlnp
ihe guardt that It would be itw"- impany. which constructed Ike west
nary to buy housea. aa thos<* south prison srlng. or the state of Okla-
of th«- addllion were not generitll.v. hottia. which built the e-ist wing
was at work.
Senator McAIIs't. who bad ev^ni
Ined Ptorek«ei er Kendall aa lo all 'n °h It himself
supplies bought and prices, also de pert l' f s* l!«r
vo.'d t onsidernble |lm« lo etamln- (niawf In th;.t aa a
prison bill | towrtelte* proposition. l>|eh did no'
Mi-n very communicative on the sub
I ject. but told Witness to see John Is*
There ia nothing that gives so
quick twneflt aa Hunt's Llgbtulng
Oil. The very minute It la rubbed
on the Improvement la noticed For
over thirty yeara thla Liniment has
ivn 1 been acknowledged to be the la'«t
for theae troubles Kvery druggist
lift j will recommend it. Price 25c and
habitable for a tnan with a family.
only two gunrds to h? knowledge
living tl- re no>%.
He Kuid that he auproai hed Mr
I Ick on the matter of moving aext
to the prison and aald thai he want- ing Mr Kllgore aa to tin
id to keep his boy In school till th«* 0f fare,
tid was told that wa* "i am Interested in quality
the wltnees *nld he thought not. it
belonged lo Mr Dirk was his own
Rom* little qir*silonlng about
trusty system followed, Witness sa>
ing Im knew Httla abotil It. n a|p|oq ptn .«.«
Willi. Imd tnIk• .1 with Mr IXck . 0,m , >t^jn3M jo <* i*)l*4
• bout Talawanda before It had been , #l)( qotqa 'Xaa <|pu.i|j| ■ ui ra|t(
plat.• I nnd ^nld he vMtnld like to g< t 0, oq oj e|q«|| *t «ttlo|sn
that he w*« rn ex
nil believed that
..qi u.qx notiuen* p.Jit* l|!« 1"|1
1 v.ipi .*.,u * :tu|4d« wl*i|j-d pu* '*p..cn
siq so i|)ualt|iaiu| ai*t < Boil-sod ■
U) iq 0| s* o« ul|q *ii(i| icejddw woj*q
*)u..iuqs||q*i*.i *|M 01 *n nl P(>I|!'"U
utp u.ui^ pu« j.>uio>«n jo *po<ii*ia
eqi tpnjs |||w u iuu.i|B* *
■ II right
lie slid thai later fee bought
:oom *i>athi-rboarded. relied
Iiapered house, heiag made of two
fiosquet Saw l.ello*iiuct, but could .-lu^nbsMju) wj poo* «uo* jjuioi*nJ
i .... — >. «mru jo Maid ■
w ail *a jo *q
quantity as much as priNt," lie
« < marked, when the witness dwelt on "ever «• t nny satl«fsctio.i from him eqi op oj pu|,u.nui
film* flammed by tom lit
Mr Coffee, who come* ftom u-
rant, **>•* that he boacht hi* lot*
Irom G. C. Million on Oct. I and that
had been owned by E. A. Ktan*. a
railroad man aow *alj to be at
Aaarlllo, Tela*, uad tke otter Ur.
He **ld that the rollector said Ir
would get his Job He got three or
four month*' u*e of the house for
Kaiplnye* Might Quit.
Thad Wllkea, a McAlester patrol
old houses, paying IHiiO for house J, p vwidsn. * farmer living
and two lot* fourteen mile* from McAbwfer, gave
Tall<« Is Hmnlaesl. *n Interesting itory'of being dim
L M Brhlode, who ha* held v.r-t •* Henry Rhaw. * mul«tlo
lou* poaltlon* gt the penitentiary. | *ho *< *** «•* "• "* °' "or
and wko rent* a houae Irom fete j
McAlester to a check, for which
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Dick h.d said that they would r-H „ "M|Ji ,,, WBOO ,0« *qu|jp pu«
Ihe lot* to Ihe guards and prlsoi. JO a„„<a tlmf <dd*q„ jqi
employe* Wltne** did not remem-
ber any *urh ronvertwllon.
Uueatlon then turned on thr Tal-
awanda site aa a b Iness proposl-
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Bryce, J. Y. McAlester Weekly Tribune (McAlester, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 23, 1913, newspaper, January 23, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc269542/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.