The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, October 26, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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QUE LEADER OtfTHME. OKLA MONDAY. OCTOBER 2i i:n.rt.
"THE RICHEST MAN IN AMERICA" cannot give his stomach anything better than f
gp and yet two biscuits with milk a little fruit and faff$& & coffee Will jpupnlv i edl
the nourishment needed for a half day's work at a! cost? of USven pr jsigM Umlf
and its daily use means good digestion and freedom from bowel disorders. Your I
grocer sells it. I
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" "Tj T mf H Hent in Oven Before Serving.
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t hJeago. Oct. 2fi Voto dlroct foi
taft In ordor to bonl nrytm!
TIiIr Is tlio command which WUllmf
Randolph Hearst dfislgnrir and ownfli
of tho. M)r6ortalIy t-ritidRiiled Inrtopeml
encn par(y has issued to his handful
of foljowi'rs fn New York aecordlnr
(D rr-llabln information which ha
come in tho Domocratlf Natioicnl roirt
talUro. Tills attempt to dollvor the
votes 'or tho independence party tc
Mr Tnft Ik the last despnrnto maneuv-
er of iho Hoptibllean-Hcnrst alliance
in the offOr.t to dofeat Mr. Bryrin
Ileall.lnB that NPw York is BWliiBlnr
M Hryan. tho Renilblleans havo be
come frightened nnd havo sought aid '
from Oioir ally tho roan whom Pres I
Idem Roosevelt through Secrotarj i
Roof charged with being Indlrcctl j
rospohslble for tho assassination n
What Is to boco'mo ot prior old Ton
Hlsgen when hji supporters are tolfl
to vote direct for Tnff Mr. Hears
doe not care. H- la Interested most
In the defeat of Mr. Rryan not It!
inaltlns cither HlBgen or tho Indepond
eneo party ft factor In politics.
Months beroro the Hepubllcan con
ventlon was hold In Chicago Hearst
sent his agents about sounding Repub-
lican sentiment and as a result of tht
report of these agents he reached the
.Conclusion that Federal officeholder
acting; under the direction of tho pres
Ident wtild force tho nomination ol
Mr. Taft. It was a good guess. Thcii
it was that Hearst sent his ropresen
Intlvcs to Taft's representatives with
the assurance that In order to beat
Bryan ho would rttn independent!)
himself If iKsressary; that ho thought
It would not be necessary but tin I
ho would nominate an Independent
candidate. This offfii fallowed showi-
ly aflrr tho Ilnarsid'arsons deal In
New York t'liy last fall when lho In
ilpendenr(i longm- fused with the Rfr
publicans In an effort to defeat thf
AVpreflntlni the fort that nn IiiiIp
pendent ticket is not helping Tnft I
Mr Hearst purposes that those ot bin .
followers whom 1io cnti control shall '
vote direct for Taft. That this la '
truo will he shown hy the sinallno i
of the Wagon vote on election day. A
vota for Hlsgen 1 an aid to Taft bitt I
it will be even nigra helpful If oaat t
for Taft dlect as It Is suliJ Mr
Hearst Intends his pllowern shall do.
As further evidence of the offensive I
and defensive alliance between Hearst
hd the ilepublleaiiH it Is only neaos-
ary (n reenll the fact that ail of the I
ttresldent's correspondence with Mr.
Hryan was based upon usgortlonsl
made by Mr. Hearst. Further evl
donee Is found In the fe.ot that not
la fonmi m tin) mot mat not
during the ramua gn has Mr
it In speech or print assailed the
Hepubllcan party or us cnncmiates
Evn with his disregard for consist-
ency ho eould not well do tnat and Ben Pi Wilson. Cereal it No. 2-Cad-then
ask hla party men to vote for ' ) Canadian nnd Clovoland.
T.nn nn. wierman.
Why Is Sugar Swaotf
If sugar did not dissolve In the mouth
vou would not taste mo sweet
tJROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL
TONIC Is as strong oa the strongest
bitter tonic but do not taste the hit-
ler became the Ingredients do not
dlso!vo In the mouth hut do dissolve
readily lu tho acids of tho stonvsch.
In lust us good for Grown People asji'.awnen.
for Children. The First cud Original .
Tasteless j;niu Tonic ne sianunru
for SO years tOo.
Mnnen's Talcum 14c.
NOMINEES FOR REPRESENTATIVE
Democratic nominees for represon-
'i tlvos. This does not Include the
notorial candidates: I
J. V. Faulkner Kiowa county. .
J. E. Terrell. Kiowa County.
Logan Hawkins Kay county.
Q T. Pi own Kay.
Prentlsi Price. Osage.
W. F. Gllmor Carter.
John R Whayne. Carter.
The skin is an index to the quality of the blood RVzeiORi Acne Tetter.
7impls rashes eruptions etc.. show that some unhealthy humor or acid
Impurity Ik dtwasing aud corrupting vhe circulation so that instead ol
supplying nourishment and strength to the line ddiratc tissues of the skin
ii is rontinuallv tMiiirlnrr out. it.t
I-.cternal dpfUc5lious of safvK'waH.it-s. MtWui. etcVtony (-lfWfebomeoll'"Ito"d the affairs of said bank.
ibeitclmig and ullier discomfort hu31 briVuitH"t'lii. atul lor tlutt ttwaoii
fclrould uc usesl. but such treatnmit auuot rach the humor Udeii blood
and tberefori-ianuot cure. A thorough cleaitsiu; if the blood is the only
cure for skin diseases. f. S. S. a purely venetable pienaratioii Is the best
Ai)d quickest lemctly. It goes low
ana remove? me acuis im-.uriiirs auu uiiiiiois morouguiy punues mc
cltculation and jennanently cures skin diseases of every kind When
S S. S. lias driven the humors and impurities fiom the Mood aud cooled
aud cleansed the acid-heated circulation every Hyuiptoni pusses away the
akin is again nourished with rich healthful blood and thti trouble cured as'
the cause has been removed. Hook on skin diseases aud any medical udvicef
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frtc to adl who write. THC SWY.VT fiPECTPrn CO.. .1TXAHTA. Oi.
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.fl Turner Murra
T. V. IJartmnn Nohle.
f'hnrliMi n. Trreeil Mnjnr.
0 V. Lewis. IINkhnm
Wlllom .1. Parsons woods.
9 0. Ashhy .taekson.
( ft Castle. Wagoner.
Tmibu Ilfty. 1-ngnn.
II. IS. Derwln UiRan.
Wnltr H. Mnthewn I.ognti.
J. W. nnrai Harper.
Frank I. Casleel Clmnrrnn.
II. 11. KIiib. Tillman.
Charles lltirkn Oklahoma Hecond.
Kd. I nunii Oklnhomn first.
1. M. I'Htnntii.Oklahnmn first
J. A. Mnrkwell Oklahoma at large
K. .1 Knrle Texas.
I. W. Hart Woodward.
J. J. Havnge. OlVor second diet riot
John It. McCnlla Ivovo.
0. j. Wilson. Qreer first district.
Rimer V. .lesso. Kills.
H. O. Tenor Dowoy.-
Joseph I. Paschal Hognr Mills.
Tien T. Williams Puslinmtoha.
W. O. nintiiOiard MeClaln.
C. M. Andursou MoCurtaln.
8. W. Hutohln Cleveland.
Whod'i.i II. Stone Creek.
Frnnk h. Haymes Tulsa
Mil ton I). Cope Canadian.
J. 9. noli. Caddo.
Joo Smith Caddo.
Frank Huddloston Pontotoc.
Henry Ireton Qrady.
R. L. Glover Grady.
E. T Hotchkfss Illalne.
Lyman W. White Choctaw.
Alox C. Savage Jefferson.
Bert Tlllotson Nowata.
Bob Wallace Garvin.
J. J. notenberg Garvin.
A. P Smith Okfuskee.
Ed Boyle llaskoll.
Leo B. Smith Delaware.
A. I. Homos Ottawa.
R. H. Crouch Cherokee.
T. L. Rider Adair.
Lon Lovelace Latimer.
S. 0. Burnotte Washlta.
John W. McDuffco Marshall.
Jesso U. Chastaln Seminole.
Leslie P. Ross Comanchu.
H. M. .larrult Lincoln second dst
H. M. Y'llilams Lincoln llrot dlst
J. M. Iiellirr .lobnslnn.
(leorga K. .loli ri. Coal.
N. J. Johnston. Kiighea.
D. M. Mottlliniioy. Pltisliurg.
WHlnm S. nogitr!. Plttsliurg.
W. It. Anthony steplumrt.
William F. Hoinpltv lliyati.
(5. W. Altejf. ien.uoynh.
(. V MnlJiloa. lFloto.
James U MnlhowH Payne.
A. II JtJIlM. Oftrfleld. wcOnd district
Wllllnni Aiurdoch pnwneo.
J. W. Srin. Ki.igflflhor.
Iian Huett. Gnrflitlil. first district.
C. 8 Wprtnian. Rogers.
E. N. ItstnUff. Cr.il.
J. W Sitttlfi. Onini.
A. J. Jlittls. Alfnlfn.
W If. nurliam J'otluwntomlo.
W. s. CnrBon Pottawalomio.
Milton Bryan Pottnwntoralo.
A. V Vandevonter. DennKTat Bar
'lotillle. Washington eniinlv.
Hut More. Itepublleon. Hartlesvllle.
.Democratic Flotorlal Candidates
v u co ChoniVBI AUnifa
w A Purant
aiqIjh ' ' '
Durant Bryan and
Woodson K. Nnrvolle. Tulsa. Crook
Amil It. Japp
Peter J. Ctiyiic. VInlta. Craig nnd
John M. Mnare Olney Johnston and
Sam Sandora Muskogee and
Geo. I). Hudson Gushing Payne and
Ren V. Harrison
J. II. Maxey. Jr..
watomle and Lincoln
E I). Raillff Ada Pontotoc &nd Sem-
inole. (IrirtleM and Klngflshog did not nom-
inate a flotorlal candidate.
L. L. Reeves Dill WaBhlta and Cus-
ter. I Wilson O Bruton Muldrow Sequo
I yah and Lo Florn-
This nllmont is usually caused by
' rheumatism of the muscles of the
small of tho back and Is quickly cured
i by applying Chamborlaln's Liniment
' two or tli r eo times a day and massag-
ing the parts nt each application. For
sale by C It Renfro
rtcrirl. utid -unheal
it tula the t imitation ami iieutralues
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; . . INCIDENT
Record of Minutes of a Special Meet-
Ihg of tho Stockholders of the Inter
national Bank Held by Oru'er of the
Board of Directors at Coalgate Ok
lalioitin July 7 1908.
Meeting called to order by L. A.
If. W. Mnxwcll Acting Secretary.
Tho Btockholdoro present were as
toows and represented the number
if "Shares of stock set opposite their
Im.Ia. Connor COO
Lobls Bonlno 40
Pal 0'Rlley. 0
f. $. Hume ........ 40
1. Elzey. 40
UtB. Giles.. FOiing and a copy thereof furnished ic
Kibn contiiini smthd state bank comlssloner H. ii
A.lShaw. . 100;
loa Flor.... .... 20
Pal Riley (By proxy. Pat O'RIley). 20
loan Simpson my proxy uu nynnjiuu
A.JH. Glbaon (By proxy L. A. Con
WJ R. Gibson (By proxy L. A. Con
0. IC. Sherer 20
Mrp. IMtih Sneddon (By poxy John
Sneddon . ..40
A letter of advice addressed to the
itaokholdcrs from Mr. H. H. Smock
n..i. nHH.Mi..uH.. .. j ... .i.
SK2 r"A"u' ";' ":. r.B" "': :
Cuon waTmado by Ed Fiynn
hnii in- r. n nii thnt iniirer.
tor3 tender through Mr. Herman C
9cpultz to Mr. H. H. Smock Bank
Commissioner! sincere thanks for tils
kindness In advising with the stock-
holders of this bank and for the effl
taint manner In .which same is belno
if-i-.t. i . !. (
t'.fW. MAXWELL Secretary.
iA. CONNER President.
jp-clal i the oUaboman ' uiuner closed tho bank at two fifteen
'! Admlnlttcr the Law as I Find l' p. ;n and posted un'thb door tho ubove
Says Smock j nollce r
UuthrlM Okla.. Oct. Sl.Stutu Hank The Bunk ('uiiiniisstoiier fuuiid Unit
Cohimtaslonor Smock taiilgbt made thu the deposit weru thirty six thousand
'allowing statement concerning the uo- gafen 'hundred forty-four dollars and
Ion of tho Coalgate grand Jury recom- uinoty.-threo cents; that thero was cash
nqndlng bis removal from ofllco. un hand nine thousand. live hundred
"Rogardlng tho Coalgato dispatch soventy-four dollars and sixty seven
itqtlng that tho grand Jury exoner cent duo from the other banks Bev-
ites tho oftlcora of tho International n thousand five hundred and sixty-
uahk of Coalgate and recommonda my four dollars and three cents
.omofal from offlco for closing tho Thursday afternoon Friday and Sat-
'tank for political purposes I must say urday sufficed to completely llquldato
hit I am surprlsod that any body of tho affulis of tho bank so far as piuv
nen of average latelllgonco could be tup nnl paying depositors wih con-
io grossly mislead. They are olther cernod The Bnnk Commissioner drew
'gnorant or have purposely disregard- a:the Stato Guaranty Fund for '.wen
dStlio fncts in tho case In order to iv-four Itiousand. eight hmulrd forty-
tlap the guaranty law In the heat of three lollnrs and sovent three cents
t political campaign. That sworn offl- to fiiniliu additional cash necessary
iers of tha law vould atoop to euch to pay al' depositors. The remain
nethods la almost beyond belief. inp ninr.iint duo from other hanks and
"So far as my action In closing the aper roadlly colleclnhU . the State
lank la concerned I havo no apologies (unrantv lnnd .will b.i replaced within
o'mako and will follow (ho samu UiIHv days. 'Mererore no tissesainent
;ourso again should It become necoa- Jh thn socureil banks Is required.
ary I am a ropubllcnn nn'. am car- The boneflt (f tlio Oklahoma Bank-
tntnlv not runnlnr this nfflcft to make hi' law. in Its roglllnlion and close
political thunder for tho democratic Inspection of secured hanks Is fully I
pafrty I am trying to admlnlator the domotcitrolod In this case. These
law as I find It Impartially and In a hank ofllcers hnd borrowed about thlr-'juslnoss-llko
mannor nnd expect to per co-it of all tho deposits tho bank!
jontlnue along the samo llnea during hd. If they had been permitted to
mj official service. Tho facts in thb contlnuo this kind of business under
Coalgate case are plain as tin records meow inw iimu me raw ui !..
will show and there Is no qujstlon but wh woaknoss tho doposltors would
that the officers of tho bank were gull- probably not havo gotten twenty-five
ty of wilfully and knowingly violating "ts on the dollar hut hy prompt en-
th provisions of tho banking lawa." forcemont of tho now law tho deposl
; ors got all their money and ovon tho
'ntottkhnlders will get nt least fifty
Resolution thanking the state bank ceqts on the dollar. I
eommlssloner II. H. Smock and the Crooked banking In Oklahoma Is
assistant bank commissioner Herman not tolerated n single day after It Is
C. SChultz In the matter of taking iMrrovcrdd. and the Tlgllanco of the
ohargo of and the liquidation of the State B-uikiug Department ns required
International bank of Coalgate Okla- by law does not permit any vlolatlolns
uotna: ol thu law to contlnuo long enough to
Ro It resolved by tho board of dl- reduce tho bank's assots low enough
rectors of tho International bank of to make pormanent losses from the!
Coalgate Oklahoma Guaranty Fund even probabkj.
That Whereas The board of .11 Petty Politics
rectors by tho assistance of Mr. T. C. As ng.ilnst tho nbovo official state-
Momtnger an expert accountant em niont of the Bank Commissioner as
ployed for that purpose has this day against tho voluntary resolution of
(necked out Herman C. Schultz ab- directors of the bank and tho volunta-
slstant stato bank commissioner for ry resolution of tho. stockholders of
the state of Oklahoma and received tho bank thanking Bank
from his hands tho property and af -
fairs of said bank aad
Whereas Wo And that he has well
aud faithfully administered tho trust
lupQsod In him as such olllcer as
concerns the affairs of said hank and
rendered an account thereof which
wq find true and correct In every
Whereas Wc find tho condition of
the affairs of said bank very much
Improved as compared with their con
dltion at i ho ilmo the said assistant
bank commissioner took charjs hire
Whereas It appoarB that ho has ad
paid oft all depositors and other
atalma there neainst said bank during
ins uriet auminintrr.tion tuercor. '
moreover that all expenses wtiL-h
wort) Incurred In behalf of such ad
mlnlalrflHnii li.tla .i .Inn. ..a.I. ..f
:..... .w.. m.w. ..m i. iiv.i iituiib
wjiercaa. ' MulI untalloU for com
mant hasl'een ludulged In concerning
the taking charge of said bank oy .
jhu state authorities:
Now Therefore Wo the board of!
airootora of said bank extend to
Alio Dtnlik Itrnl nninnilaalriaiAa
II. Smock and to Aa.istant State
Bank Commissioner H. C. Srh.
our thanks and our appreciation foi
the careful and efficient manner In
which they have Conducted the so
tlement of this bank's affairs and can
specially commend Assistant Ban's
Commissioner Schultis for his splen
did management and express our en
tire approval of tho bank commls
sloncr's action In taking charge ol
the affairs of Said bank at the time
he. did because of the unsatisfactory
conditions and Irregularities In thr
management thereof by the prcsldem
of said bank.
That a copy of these resolutions bf
spread upon the minutes of this meet
smock and to assistant bank coramla
slonor Herman C. Schultz.
(Signed) JOHN CEN
Board of Directors Inter-
Bank of Coalgate Okla-
Sept. i lfJOS. .
The statemont made by the Bank
Commissioner to Che Stato Banking
Hoard was as tolfawB
"Tho International. Bank of Coal-
Rate was olosou because its active
SUto law by borrowing the following
I sums principal and interest:
"The President seven thousand six-
1 ''The Cashier four thousand sh
'hundred. and fourteen dollars.
'.''"? "a.nV2 T ?iQ"0 n.-.f"'u I..
I'" 'V"1" "' iJirwmora uuu uuiuuuuuu
that tils borrowed rnonoy bo replaced.
niriiinre mlpllf lllilf. ntdntnit llt-w litlY
-Mrs utid the bank continued lu opera-
tion On account of the tallOie to re-
tulac thu liioncv. (be Bank Commls-
. Commissioner Smock for all hla work
tin connection with taking possession
(Continued on Pace G.)
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To Treal and alllnc women there Is tt least one
way to help. But willi that wur. two traitintnts.
mult bo combined. One l local olio ( constitu-
tional. Lnt liotli aro important both essontliiL
Br MiOot' Nlglit I'uro l tlio Loral.
Dr. HliMiP'rMUirMIe Iho CimttlUillot.N
J! le former Dr Sliooii'iiMitlitCiire liutotal
ninrmiii membrane iin.ltorjr lenmly wlilln Dr.
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tiillni mum. m-rlliig tli rcolr of all iifryn.
all tlitne. anil all hluu1 ullmwiU.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, October 26, 1908, newspaper, October 26, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72570/m1/2/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.