The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 62, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 12, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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Entered in the poMnitlce at Outhr-c Okl'a.
a second nrwi mall matter
Official Paper of Oklaionu Territory.
rt'UMSltl 1 HV TUT. t.KAIWK IMUNTHtO
COMl'VSY -STATE l'ntTBIia.
L O MILCK IMItnr and Manager.
Oflrtat Organ af Oklahama nmemey.
t llfcf.lt II t ION It MTV.
One month detlvered In city
One month by mall
-ATLBDA i AtJOOBT I 19
Tnisv are still praotlelng law with a
1 1 ailing gun in eastern Kentuelry.
The hammer artlits are also trying
to get In the'r work on the atrwt lar.
stl Dixon flour train ought to bo
tho means of casting bread upon tho
A safe faithful and Industrious
murderer can got a good Job at Okla-
Ant now the M. K T Is knock-
ing Hut that sort of knocking Is par-
In iIb present pale condition the pink
puMet will experience trouble- in got-
tmg itself accepted as tho real thing.
Ctr eland's street car strike is not
tho only worry lu that town. The
base ball club Is tied up almost over
Georoe Outcelt has quit politics fur
the nonce and Is trying to astertain
whether Job's turkey wan a lion or a
D-.TIXQ from the first of tho prosont
mouth all abstractors nro required
to give a bond before thoy can iniiko
IIkomo hkltziiii Is highly reoommond
ed as a salutary remedy for the trou-
bles now besetting Isenborg of tho
The uklahoma City Times-Journal
has a happy faculty of discovering
choice pieces of misinformation about
the cipitai of tho torrltory.
If you would help Guthrlo
f on't knock
liut contribute to tho enterprises.
A Tkxah man laid a wagor that ho
could stop an olcotrlc fan with his
finger Ho lost both hit money and
linger but accumulated some oxpor.
euce that ought to provo profitable.
I'xaiu Mi'iipjir p. m. of Oklahoma
Town has returned from a trip to
Arkansas While-absent Fsoliu's tooth
wcro stolen. However Sum's philos-
ophy never dosorU him. He now siu
around and gums letters.
Uarjony in Itepttblieaii ranks is
njt contloed to the politicians. The
Hcpubllcan newspapers are engaging
In it also. Tho Newklrk Ropublloan
News Journal says: Jake Admire In
binuates that this nowspapor can be
bought up. As Jafo Is running ofl
with plunder In both fists ho should
unow that appearances aro deceptive.
Fkou an editorial in tho Tonkawn
News we take It that a ltepublluan
newspaperman of Kay county tried
to get Fiynn to buy Jjoo worth of
stock in the-news Plynnput up the
aougn but tim XtittM man refused to
sen Tom Fry will iurnUh till athur
jqformatlou gratis- Paticn City Dem-
ucrat J lie fear thnt the trnsu will domi-
nate and ruin the eounvry U uselese
They will proUt for u few years and
then dissolve of their own momeutuiti
such cnterprUee have their periwU of
operation then wane away. M1 ford
Ves. wo noliee that. Trust have -a
petuiiar way of Waning just prior to a
I'kiaiiova reporto the Mteraury
reaching tbe lot notch last Tuesday.
Considering Oklahoma's proximity to
a certain region that la not uieatjeiied
in polite Mx-i iy it la not Bt a fcur
pnsiug the mercury toaerd usward
.!" .V?. burPri" that the motaUo
fluid did not run over Ui top tube
mission is below us.
The Dawes com-
liov. niosK Oklahoma Town papers
do lore us Lis. to the Cham.
plon While Outln'i has been fall-
lug down over a proposition to build a
bcrap irou spur to the Santa Fo Okla-
homa City has secured the rough
riders' reuulon a rallrcad from the
northwest and nearly complete.) ar-
rangements for a territorial llaptlst
college All of whluh demonb'ates
the diffeienue betwocu a eity and a
CiJAUtES II FiUbON the soaretary of
the Kepubiican territorial aommlttoo
has had the audacity to send letters to
tht ran jus committeemen without
consulting the Democratic managers
cktUulbrie and now they are roaring
about it You should not do such
things Cbirlie until you have sub-
mitted a copy tojthe Demooratio cen-
to re for you know what stloklera they
are for a censorship of the p-oss.
And Charlie won't. Ifereaf tor when
lie writes a letter to an Oklahoma City
man lie will take poor Richard's ad-
vice and se6 the man perhonr.lly.
"Strike For Your' Attars
and Your Firts'
Patriotism is always com-
mendabte bat in every breast
there should be not only the
desire to be a good citizen
but to be strong able bodied
and welt fitted for the battle
of life. To do this pure
blood is absolutely neces-
sary and Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla is the one specific which
cleanses the blood thorough-
ly. It acts equally well for
boih sexes and all ages.
Humor " W"n I nced orf purf
fxtr I lAkt Ws SntHU. It cured
my humor nd is exct'Jtnl m a nerve
tank." hxtEAton Stiffed Springs Ct.
Hoodi mueuMiifM lll th Di.i itrlttuagaad
jgij rtihuUt to t with Tfaud STMftiruU.
Oklahoma Citt can rest aesurod that
i northwest and southeast road will
bo built but It is worth 8-3000 to have
It built now. Oklahoma City Times-
Journal. I'ueh being the case why not utilize
Jim Gary's aertlQed ohook flattie- so
promiscuously during tbo ladt legisla-
ture V y
Fok thiee or four van a' r the
settlement of Oklahtr '. .ty ex-
penditure in rellevlt k- -!! among
the poor were dlst.-hvnpiy largo.
They have however dwindled to prac-
tically nothing. Five huodrod dollars
will oovor the expenditures of this
character in Oklahoma oounty last
yoar Oklahoma City Times-Journal.
In Logan county a third of 8500 will
oovor such expenditures.
An opldomle of suiolde provalls at
Guthrie with despondency as tho
probable oause. Still those without
means to migrate can hardly bo
blamed. Oklahoma City Charaprbn.
For goodness sake quit stomaching!
Let your people suicide in peace.
Thoy prefer to din In Guthrie amid tho
whirl and buBtlo of life rather than
be rotnrned to Oklahoma City by tho
ofurierifof tho law
JtrnfiK Lovt: intimates thnt he might
bo persuaded to accept tho Demooratio
nominal on lor uoieirno uuukiu..'
noxt year but who .will do tho per-
suadine? Judgo IjOwo is ont of line
with his party ; ho Is a Orover Clovo-
land gold bug. The Wave has tho
grei-tofit regard for many of tho federal
and territorial ofllcprs npp Inted by
Olovoland but none of them can seouro
profermont from their party until thoy
get in line therewith.-Enid Wave.
Tho "Vavo suffers from a sour stom-
ach. Its atr'ctures upon Jndgo Lowe
are absolutely uncalled for. Tho.ro Is
not a bettor Demooiat In the torrltory
today than Judge Lowe. Moreover
wo daro say he has contributed as
much to the betterment of Democracy
in Oklahoma lie any other raw In the
territory. He has dono this with voice
Ho has beon a liberal
contributor to all campaign funds
and has been a flrjn adherent of tho
M platform. IKfj is not out. oi una
with his party neither Is ho a Cleve-
land gold bug. He Is a llryan stiver
man and during the past two congres
sional cumpulgus ha labored xealously
in the eaufeo of Democracy Thk
Leai'KK 'moHs nothing of Judge
Lowe's political nspiratiotH and if ho
U a cougrossional candidate his friends
are not u ware of the fact. TiiuLp.adkh
merely mukes th b statement in order
that a good Democrat may not be
placed in a ful.e light by a nonde
SHOT HY A WOMAN
Anna 11. Collior Mid Victim of
an Aiisri'' Woninii'fl 'Deadly
Aim a I'rniiic Story.
t. Joe Mo. Auk.. 11. Deeply agrleved
at the -result of. a sensational damage
suit la which site flffurad and Utterly
Incensed against those who testified for
lh opiwatUoa Mrs. Nellie L.. Montgom-
ory stiat a bullet Into the body of An-
na Bell Collier at Dearborn last evening
which will. In all probability result in
toe death of the latter. The shooting re-
sulted from the dataage suit whloh Mnt.
Lawronco had some time ago.
Jhe tragedy occurred shortly before
the suppar nour and soon a large crowd
was attracted to tho aoen'e. Mrs. Mont-
geomery had drives to Dearborn aootn-
IMUilad by her tittle son and so far us
appearances want was In a nappy mood
ajid at peaee with the whole world. BJ
subsequent aeis show that thero was at
leaet a thought of murder In her heart.
the woman went to hotoatfafetaolnoiui
Very soon after raaofclnK the town tho
woman went to the residence of Mrs
Cottier and made her presence known.
Wham Mrs. Collier put In an appearance
she was created with a shot from a il-
ea fibre revolver. This tlew wide of the
human mark for whloh It was Intended.
and tbe cecaad Aid likewise. But tho
third took effect the ball entering below
the right nipple and penetrating tho
plural eavUy and narowly missing the
sanal eoluMR. The ball ranged downward
and tke parsidacs were unable to leeate
it last algal.
It Is agreed by the uoetorf whe were
suawaeaed that the wound Is a fatal one
and the condition of the vtotlm of Mrs.
Montgomery's rage Is considered preoar-
toua. She waa resting reasoaably woll
at last reports last night but taore Is
small hope for recovery.
Very soon after the sboettag Mrs.
Montgomery was arrested by ety mar-
shall Spratt and later taken to Platte
"ity and lodged la Jail. She offered no
reatstanoe whea the effleer told her that
It was bis unpleasant duty to place her
under arrest under .ne serious eharge
sua will have to taoe whan an outraged
'psttce attempts to square accounts with
8U1 BXPItQSSSe NO IIBGRBT.
Before being taken to Platter City the
prisoner was Interviewed by James
Watson editor of tho Dearborn Demo-
wat and to htm the stated that she had
no sorrow for the dceJ she had commit-
ted and that compunctions of conscienco
were unknown to her. She seemed to
-ldrr la tho taot that eh hnA CAUacd
misery na BUfferlnB and expressed tho
fiendish hope that tho woman eno nau
shot would die
This statement almost sheetced those
who heard it and eemr- of thorn atnolud-
ed nt once that tlio wemah was Insane.
Hut it l said that W to this lime thc.ro
bad been othln In her conduct to In-
dicate thai she was mentally unbal-
need. She baa Insisted ever etnee the
damage suit In which she failed to sub-
stanetate certain diaree that some of
the witnesses nnd ethors wronged her
and ha bee stfueBllaE -n "
satiate dartre for revenge whloh seems
to have ttten the test of her Tester-
Conllnalnir her talk the weman said
vhe realUed what she had done and
knew wtiat tfto penalty for sueh a crime
U. She ald If she was not hune for
this ofletue ahe would .certainly kill a
number of people nearly an oi -naoiu
were connected with the damage suit re-
ferred to Among those she named as
nkr eseownter trouble it her hands
ete Benton Oabbwt. colem&n Law-
rence. George v-rutchneld. rertdlfg in the
vldnltr ' noartorn. aim L. t. uauoan
of Bt Joewh The latter with J. W.
Boyd was attorney for Coleman In the
utt referred to while Mrs. Montgomery
was represented by Nlc.ols and Tlstole.
of this city.
As soon as it became known that Hie
assault upon Mrs. Collier had been made
and that the aesallant was under arrost
the people of Dearborn beoamo consid-
erably' arreused and for a time It looked
like there would be a lynching party In
epto of the efforts of the officers to pro-
serve pace and quiet. lTie more w
mind. prevailed however and no dem-on-.tr
tion was made by the angry ones.
Vrji ;.Iontomery llvod In the south-
ern i-rt of this county near the Platto
-ounty line tho nearest town and post-
office being Dearborn In Platte county.
Coleman Lawrence the man against
whom she brought tie Jlt.000 damage
suit Is located at the stock yards and It
U for this reason that tho suit was
brought to this oounty.
That the ahootins: of Anna Bell Col
lier by Mrs. Montgomory Is the result
nf tho cvidenco given by her In the
slander suit brought by Mrs. Mont-
gomery against Coleman Lawrence
In Judge "VVoodsno'a division of the cir-
cuit court whloh was commenced on
June 6 last and which lasted a week
and resulted In a verdict for tho defend-
ant on all the Issues involved thero can
be little if any doubt.
Anna Bell Collier was called to the
stand during the trial on the part of the
defense and gave some Btronir testimony
.oroinat tho character of Mrs. Mont-
gomery for chastity and virtue. Thero
.... inu..i.r i.l int ten other wlt-
neM wno0 tosUmony was far more
l-maglnij to Mrs. Montgomery's cause
thn that of the woman who was yes-
terday fatally wounded by hor and It
seems strange that Mrs. Collier should
have been theflrst victim.
Mrs. Montgomery In- the court room
on dlfforent occasions made threats
that she would kill several witnesses
who testified against her but Mrs. Col-
lier was not marked as one of her pros-
pective vlotlms at that time Mrs.
Montgomoy cried nloud In the court
room that sho would kill Mrs. Lou
Montgomery wife of doorge Montgomery
and her sister-in-law beforo sho was dlvor
ood from Will Montgomery.
It Is said that Mrs. Montgomery had re
peatedly threatened to kill certain wit-
nesses. Several of those whom she
threatened were oolored people.
After Mrs. Montgomery made tbe as-
sertion In the court room she was close-
ly watobed by two deputy sheriffs de
tailed by BiiarJft Hull for the purpose.
During the remainder of the trial they
sat close to tho plaintiff. During the
entire trial Mrs. Montgomery sat with
sullen countenance and her small wick-
ed eyes wero fixed on the witnesses who
testified against her.
The suit brought by Mrs. Montgomey
against Coleman Lawrenoe waH for $11000
for defaming of character and she based
her case agalnilt Lawrenco on the
cround that he while In conversation
with Charles Chestnut and other men In
a grocery store on Frederick -avonue In
August 1&9S made statements deroga
tory to her character which In substance J
was that William Montgomery was the
father of her two children born while
sho was tho wife of Jeromo Anderson.
The case lasted a week and was one
of tho hardest fought legal battles ever
seen In tho courts of this county. The
plaintiff was represented by NlehoU
end Pistole and tbe Defense by Doyd
and Gabbert. Lawronao la a. oommlselou
man at tho 'stock yards In this city and
while he ''won the suit It Is said that
It cost him many a restless night.
If the evidence In the law suit Is to
be relied upon Mrs. Collier Is not Mrs.
Montgomery's first victim. It was
claimed by the defense during the prog-
gross of the trial that Mrs. Montgomery
once shot n woman who she aoedsed of
The plaintiff Uvea on the farm of John
Wllholt near Dearborn at the time of tho.
allged Lawrence elander. Bbe had
moved there with her husband 'William
Montgomery and lived In a little house
a short distance Irom the one occupied
by Wllholt himself. Wllhelt became III
and Mrs. Montgomery moved onto bis
bouse to caro for him.
While they lived there they disagreed
and tbe fight between husband and
wife resulted. Mrs. Montgomery sued her
husband for divorce and was granted a
legal separation. Montgomery did not de-
fend the suit and the divorce was grant
ed by default. Mrs. Montgomery continu
ed to live In the Wllholt bouse and It
was while she was living there that Wll-
holt claims to have heard tho slanderous
remarks that were made about her by
Lawrence. He said Lawrence mndo the
remarks In the store of Charles Chestnut
In St. Joseph aad told him that Mrs.
Montgomery was a woman of bad repu-
tation and be talked to Mrs.
Montgomery about It and notified her
he said that she would have to dear up
the allegations of leave his house.
The moot damaging witness against
Mrs. Montgomery during the trial was her
former husband Jerome Anderson who
testieed that he vas the husband of Mrs.
Nellie Montgomery when her two boys.
now living were born but disclaimed them
as his own. He testified that long before
the eldest boy was born he was severely
Injured while riding a horse.
Drs. Owens and Sampson who treat
td Anderson six months before partially
corroborated his statements. The attor-
neys for the plaintiff subjected the for-
mer husband to a rigid oroia examina-
tion and endeavored to belittle his mo-
tives In testifying as he did. Tney also
dwelt en tbe shame of a father muting
statements which will leave a stigma on
the children for all time.
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HUItUEUKD II 19 WIFE
Is tho Charge Against Charles
PlBherof Adnnla Tho
Arkansas City. Kan Aug U.-As stated
In last evening's Traveler. Ctms. Fisher
ha been arrested charged with the kill-
ing his wife at Atlanta. The murder ap-
pears to have been one of fh most cold-
blooded over committed In ithern Kan-
saa during the peat few tars
The ooroner'a Jury om- the rrnnahw of
Mrs. Fisher who wai murOered early
Tuesday morning returned a verdict that
night finding her husband guilty of the
deed. Fisher was nt onti- placed under ar-
rest by Deputy Sheriff Onus and ltrousht
to Jail arriving at Wlnnvw early yester-
day morning after a tlreaorm night drive
The drcumatancee nil point to a cold-
blooded premeditated iniw-dw. Here Is
Fisher's story a glen v the WlnfieJd
FUstier's story Js lneonaMent and weak
in several pieces and thero Is no doubt
In the minds of the (rffteers as to his
guilt. Ills story as told on the witness
stand was that he and hie wife wre
awake about 4 o'clock yesterday morning
when he got up and went out doors. He
came in and they talked a few minutes
when his wlf got up ami went out. She
oon came running in and called: "Papa
there la a man out 1n the yard watching
me" She was standing In the rtoo- an 1
he started toward her. but turned to go
back aftar hie gun when the man who
wrno standing about thirty ft awav fit est
-the bullet striking airs. Flher sqit uvly
between he eyes. She fell baekwirJi
and be made a dash into the yard but
the man had disappeared. He then re-
turned to the housa and llsttne1 to hear
Ms wife's heart beat. She w.ie dead tnd
he mad no further eximlnutUin of her
wounds. One o the children eight yar
old then awoke and oommem-si In crv
and tt took him about )ul an 'lour to
quiet her. He them went to the home of
a neighbor-half a mile away and gave tho
Under the rog questioning by County
Attorney Hargls he got tho story tr.ixed
In several places. Instead of 3ml f nn .lmtr
It was In fact more than an hour after
the murder until he went to call n neigh-
bor. The flesh near tho wound showed
unm'stakable signs of powder-burn that
could not have beon mado by a gun sev-
eral feet away niood was found on tin
bM clothes and hie ptatol nltho-iph f.il
nf catrldgse. he' tvldently ben iccent'y
fired. They have three children but thn
oldest twelve years was not nt homo
tho' night of the murder. The rftlldrnn
are now with her peronta who live near
the scene of the murder about for or
Ave miles northwest of Atlanta.
Fisher U comparatively n stranger In
tliat community and but little la known
about h'm He formerly h'frd near A 1 'te
Hook Ok and came there from neetern
Kartajs He had a orop of who it near
White Ilock which he had Just finished
hanestlag and tli-i shine- He returned
from White ncrk Saturday and all of
Monday load ig airund Atlanta.
He moved to the farm he new occupies
last March having lost hi olalm near
White lioek In a contest.
Fisher takes bis arrest eoally but main-
tains bis Innocence. His face Is not aid.
culated to inspire confidence. Ills wife
was burled at Atlanta yesterday.
DtiKt from Alanka.
Seattle. Wash. Aug. 11 It te stated
that ltere is now at Michaels. Ataaku.
about throe mHMea xlottaN worth Of gold
duet for ahhMnem to San F-mnclwo and
Seattle. The Alaska commercial company
will ship about a milMon and a (halt ta
San Pmndaoo nnd the remainder -wNl o
brought to Seattle on tfce nax trip of
the steamer Roanoke due (hero about Aug-
It t thought that Otis wK( oonenids the
big goat owlpmsnte for tfa season.
Victoria. B. C. Aug. H Samoan adviees
reoatvod here tell of an odd Ineidant
"which recently occurred thero. It seems
hat Ixjrd Jtaafurty. governor of ew
land wa requested by the British
eommlaalocver at Samoa to appoint an
acting consul. He named Major Malr for
Uw post. A the same time u. similar 're
quest wis sent the Mgii commissioner et
Uie western Pecino and tUL The latter
appointed Hamilton Hunt Who arrived
and assumed control before Mulr reoebed
there. As a oomoromlae Hunt will not as
tidmtfUairator and wttl be asstrted tem
porarily by Mah who wl shortly Teturn
rniNuwun FiaiiTiNo in samoa.
Chicago. Aug. 11. A special ta the Tri-
bune from San Francisco says:
A bulletin telegraphed here from Vic-
toria says there has been renewed fight-
log In Samoa. No details are given.
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WANTED --ft. trade leOucre (arm In 1.1
ooln county for Oatarie property
WANTKO-1U00 Sutxcrlbeni for the Otta
bnnn Uadcrout rear and the Farm Joam
ai Ave years for Site.
1 IfM vair. furXAf ftiinnlaMnlH nfi aw.
S. n fc f v. . .v. -n.. n.f-- .---. . -r
PBEK For buys and (firUv a beautlfal
olid gold shell brilliant Huby or TtM
Tiffany SettloK. GuaranU-ed to er fur
Tears. FltKK fer selliof! 20 Mystic ! for
sc earn aeae name ana aaarrwi win
seeo l'ens when sold Remit u at aad get
the ring. C O. HUNTER 4U9 Smiin btr--l.
WANTK.U llrUbt hoy to caovass tor tbr
OttUhona Weekly trader and Atlanta Con
stltuttoo Good pav to i iglit arty
mw bpqs m wsh
rvery w-k iyou aellSTAltlC TREES. Out
at free. hTAUIt M'KMiltV. l.oultlana. Slc
Ktnt l'ullUhed in uuthrie Daily Leader
July tl. im-
To Wbiu it May Coaeern.
Notice u hereby given that Jai. Ariber
bastbU day medals petition toll at re
tall anlrliuoua. vtaous and malt llouora in
Ore ctnt Logan county Oklahoma and that
unlewi objocilon be ldw or before the b
"JAUJ5ut' A'a lS1-."!'.K'l"Sn U
IP- Kiauicu. . i- aiuirru.-M
' Onthrie Okta July i. iv conk-y Cl
www i m
St. Louis ami
Take the most popular route.
The Frisco Line via
or WICHITA to
and all points East
and all points North and West
1'iw.enger train leaves Oklahoma Cii y
0. 15 a. in. arrives In St. Louis the ioI-
llntr morning 7. 15 a. in I'atsengrr
train leaves St. Louis at 8. 30 p. m ai
rives In Oklahoma Cify the following
evenfnjr ato. 20. p.m. Close connection -are
made with tho Santa Fe both at
Oklahoma City and Wichita.
Our train service is unsurDassnd
We dairy latest improved seat and
r f -o the LSSuriouSTnllman
uunitauuu oiccpi-rH. vre you plan
ulng 8J outing-.
has a world wide reputation as a wou-
ful Health and Pleasure Resort the
curative properties of whoso waters
have no equal on the American conti-
nent and the grandeur of the scenery
surpessas that of Colorado.
Wliou purchasing your tickets eco
that they read via the Frisco Line
For fnrther particulars at to rtee
time et. apply to
II F I'l'NN. T. F A P A.
II. K YOARlat liHYANBNYDKll
feneral diisat.-cr Oen'l !. Am
WoPjia. WaBtJIn. Ko Btiittnr.. tn Byrlnt.
MALVBOR MFC. CO Liut6U.
de. uoaT hurt iuinwo m.
Ito-iAfaa Ji aww r-j-w
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 62, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 12, 1899, newspaper, August 12, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74609/m1/2/: accessed March 7, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.