The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 111, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 19, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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?hE I .CADIW OUTrMltt. oUXi TUESDAY DECEMBER 19 1W5.
Jas. J. Houston Hardware.
You will find a -whole houso full of upeful articles for
In Pocket Cutlery I have the fiuest andljest line in thes
H. 6. B Knives. BoJkor Knives and Ulster Knives.
The Famous Cltxus Shears-
John Russell Carvers-
Diamond Edge Kitchen Knives
Torry txnd other Brands of Razors.
Silver Plated end Solid MntoJ Spoons Knives
I ha.ve Guns and Ammunition
in Enameled Ware you can find Something 7vVOry
jurchnsed U in good faith from Dr
ThrHidRll and Governor Jenkins. Ho
said: "Why didn't you let mo know? I
could Iiavo assisted you."
Q. Did he my that ha knew It
A. No; he- neYSr knew I a In It.
Q. Thot wna In a bedroom In a hotel
nt Sulphur Spring. Indian Territory?
A Yes slrj and he said he went down
on tho street and bought It like liUylhg
a. horse at a bargain and selling It ngaln.
Q. Did you ever hear him say any-
thing about ewnlng s'oek In the com-
pwny In partnership with arimea?
A. I did not.
BAtlDB A HTAIl WJTNHSS.
A MONEY SAVING
Sale of Christmas Goods is now goin on at
. - Lillie s Dru Store. -
Wo nro quitting tho Toy business nnd will soil tho romalndor of our
stock practically at your own prloo.
A Complete Doll Line
" of all varieties; also Rubber Toys. Tho Now Animated Jap Doll Y DO-I Is
tho fad In tho East. It sells On sight Price only 2Cc. Call nnd seo it
Our Line of Perfumes
ONLY OBSTACLE IN THE
WAX OF EARLY
Mr. Fred Ilarde called and swum as
a witness testifies as follows:
IflxturJ nation liy J. C Strang:
U- Yeur name for short Is Freti
A. Yes sir
Q. You are tho correspondent and lo-
cal representative for tho Kansaa City
Star are ycu not?
A. Yes sir.
Q. UU1 you over own any slock In
the sanitarium company?
A. Yea sir.
Q. Please teCl the committee how you
OPPOSE TUB OMNIBUS BILL
1st & Old
I Directory. I
'5SK51f15i5SW PROGRAM FOR NEQRO TEACHERS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
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Attorney at Law.
Office In Anlcr Block 8oulh aide Okla-
ORVILLC T. 8MITM
108 Harrleon Ave. Tele hone 65
Special attention to the law ol Cor
poratlons. Real Property and Insnr
Knee. Guthrie OUa.
a. a. emxon a it. heggbm
ERIXON A. HEQGEM.
Eooms 6 and 7 Spurlock Bldg
But Unanimous for Oklahoma
and Indian Territory.
PKRRY 1'. McVAY
"THE TRAIQWT LIN?
The St. louls El Reno & Western.
aUTHRIE TO EL HENO .
QUICK SKRYICH AND THH BBS")
T. U. Wolf Trafflo Manager.
198 1-2 N. Okla. Ave. Guthrie Okla-
Territorial Association Will Meet at
Langston Next Week.
The following program U announce
to be given at the banquet at Langston
on December SI -'Or the Oklahoma as-
sociation of negro teachers-
Address of welcome President Inman
E Page of Langston university.
Reenonee J. H. A. Bmxellon prin
cipal of Oklahoma City schools.
"The Teacher and the Lawyer: re-
semblance of ami differences In their
profession" E. O. Tyler of Kingfisher.
"The Teach and Politics" rrof. K
P. Bailey of Hennessey.
'The desirability of a business earner
for the young negro of the soliools"
Postmaster J. I. Hazelton of Langston.
"Womer In tho teaching profession"
Miss Salve Floyd Hnld.
"ritateltftod and tho Oklahoma negro"
Bdltor S. D. Ilussell of Langston.
"Tho leaehor and tho parent; two vory
oloso friends" George Thornton of
The teacher and tho church" Prof.
William SuUor of Tccumsoh.
"Tho teacher nnd the Sunday sohool"
Itov. 'William Alford of Langston.
"Teaching In Oklahoma In tho early
toys and today" n. It. Brian of Longs-
ton. "Education and tho development of
tho reserve powor" Mlllon W. Ouy of
Muskogeo I. T.
"Tho college man In public" William
Harrison of Oklahoma City.
"Our university: the history of its
founding and Its manlfeot destiny"
Edward P. McCnbo Guthrie.
Clear thinking decisive action vim
and vigor of body and mind tho spurltlo
of life comes to nil who use ltolllstcr's
Itocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents Tea or
Tablets. Ask your druggist.
FATALITIES AND ACCIDENT8.
THE ROYAL HOTEL.
Van Duyn & Raton Prop
Bates $2.00 and $2.60 per day.
Leading Hostelry In Quthrio.
J. H. Casall Prop
Rate: $4.00 Week; $1.25 Day.
South First Street.
J. D. CRAY
Quthrle Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds r
nlshed at Tory treasonable rateo.
ine before yon buy. J. D. Cray
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATSL
ii . .N-. m hsmJM
M. LUTHER. WEST
Deaths and Dad Wounds Occur In Sec-
tion of Oklahoma.
Two fntnlltloa and several sorlous no-
oldentn nro reported throughout the ter-
ritory as follows:
mil Duller a negro was shot and
killed at tho Mldltuid Valley railroad
construction camp nt Sllverdalo mak-
ing tho sixth killing nt tho onmp with-
in a few weeks.
Mrs. Warner M. Jett of Jett. was
burned to death by starting a flro with
The ollowlng persons wore Injured:
Cleo. Morris arm torn olt whilo hunting
near Pewhuska. by the accidental dis-
charge of a. shotgun; Que Powers aye
shot out it r.'orman by the accidental
discharge of a gun; Will Ilealey of
Snyder accidentally wounded while
Special to The Daily Leader.
Washington Dec. 10. The difference
In tho republican ranks over the Ham-
ilton statehood bill Das crystallized it-
self Into this situation: An effort to
hold a caucus and bind every represen-
tative o' the party to a program for ex-
peditious pnsae.se of the bill maitlng two
states out of tho four territories con-
cerned failed Mit In stead a confer-
ence was hetd and the representatives
voted unanimously In favor of statehood
tor Oklahoma and Indian Territory
Jointly nnd decided by a vote cf 110
to C6 In favor of statehood for Arizona
and New Mexico. The leadens of the
republican party say that the represen-
tatives by their participation and vote
are as tlghUy bound oh If In caucus.
Tho republicans Who oppose tho Art-zono-NoW
Mexico proposition say that
they will not be bound but will voto
their convictions on the floor. They suy
thoy will net put anything In tho way
of th0 Oklahomn featuro of tho Hamil-
ton hilt but Hint with tho domocrats
thoy will have sufficient strom h to
strlko tho Arizona and New toxtco
portion out of tho bill and thoy leok to
Senator Korakor to muster onough
Opposition In the sonoto to accomplish
the same end. In the meanwhile ho
republican leaders including Speakor
Cannon are proceeding on tho basis
that tho recent conference Is binding
upon cvory participant nnd Bay t It
thoy will put the- Hamilton bill through
as it comes from tho committee bn
territories after tho fight over prohi-
bition Is finished. For strategic reasons
tho committee has decided not to rush
tlm hill nrd the Indication Jit this
tlmo nro that the bill will probably not
bo reported before the holidays.
Tho succession of events In thla fight
over statehood have been of a decidedly
contradictory and kaleidoscopic nature
however with this strong prcdomlnut-
lng feature: a wondeTful unanimity In
favor of admitting Oklahoma nnd In-
dian Territory. What future complica-
tions will nrlEe If any. no man can tell
but tho prospects are that there re-
mains but one thing to decide nnd that
1& whether the clauso relating to Arl-
zom ana Now Mexico shall bo stricken
Sweeter than Love Plow's Candles at
Dar Examining Commission.
Captain U. P. Hegler. clerk of the
Oklahoma supreme court today an
nounced that the semi-annual session of
the Oklahoma liar oxamhilng commis-
sion will meet here on Jnnuury S In-
stead of the first. Tho commission la
nor composed of John W. Seothorn.
Ouihrle: Judgo Frank Dulo Quthrio;
M. J. ICone Itfngnsherj Frank Wells
Oklahoma City. II. 11. Martin Perry; H.
J. Hturgls. Hnld. T. J. Womaak. AtVftj
U. M. Pannenter. Lawton and 0. II.
Ames Oklahoma City
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako LAXATIVE BIIOMO Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refund money If It fans
o cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature Is
on each box. zc
STORY OP THE
BED ROOHI SECRET
(Continued from page 1.1
Q. At that Umo. or Just prior tberoto
state whether or not you had any con-
nections or any business transactions
concerning tho letting of the contract for
tho keeping of the Insane at Norman.
A. Weil I was an applicant for that
Q Of whom?
Waa there anyono oonrtectod with
R. R CARLIN
Largest Insurance Agency
Phone 436. Room 1
J. D. BURKE.
Letters of Inquiry Premptly Answered.
"Doan's Olntmant cured mo of ooze-
ma that had annoyed mo for a long
time. The cure was peJmaaont.' Hon.
S. W. Matthew. CommtMloner Labor
Statistics. Auftiata. Me.
OF THE DEST FOR
Indian curios and head work of all
kinds 130 South Second St. Guthrie
Yes sir; Judge Wurren of El Ilono.
Did- you notify him. nt that time
what you would take tho contract fort
A. Yes Blr.
Q. How mueliT
A. Tho samo as boforo two hun-
dred dollars per year per capita.
Q. Any leesT
A. No sir.
Q. At "that time or any time after-wa.-ds
the next summer did you know
Who the owners' of the stock were In
A. No air.
O. From whom
A. WJiat I heard nnd the papers was j sonal friendship with him.
I oatne by It.
A. After tho company ws organised
and secured their contract Cottlagham
who was one of tho organizer ami a
pnrtlcutar frtetn of mine asked me one
day If I wanted to make an Investment.
I said I rfkln't know and naked what.
He said he would let me have some of
his stock if I wanted it: that he thought
there woual he a fair profit In It and I
said I would like to have it and I got
some of It.
Q. How muoliT
Five hundred dollars' worUi.
Havt you got It yet?
WTiat did you do with It?
Sold It to Mr Cottlngham: that
Is. I suppose he Held II. I told him Uwit
I did not oare to own it any longer un-
der these clrcumstancen. Tliat woh
shortly before the story camo out that
Governor Jenkins was connected with
tho sanitarium. I hoard It and I went
to him to find out what truth there was
In it and feeling that if It was true that
he had been oonncoted In nny way with
It that I did not oare to own stock In
It. I went to him and ho told mo person-
ally In subBtanoe I think about what
ho said to tho department In his letter-
that Is that ho had placed tho stock
or rather let tho contract to men ho re-
garded as his friends for tho reason
that ho fell that ho was respontlble li u
largo moasure for tho contract or would
bo held repponslblo in that way and
preferred to have mon In the company
that would be bound to him In that way
or at least by some tie of friendship so
that ho could more easily seo that tho
contract was fulfilled than ho could with
strangers. I naked him if he had stock
in tho corporation nnd ho said he did
not. I said that I had understood that
ho did. Ho said that was probably due
to theso clrcurmtances. "that I wnntcd
a friend of mine Mr. C. S. Jobes from
Kansas to have a portion of tho stock
and at my request some stock was placed
In Mr. MeNeal's bank to bo kept there
until Jobes could bo notified or found
It convenient to take it up." And I felt
that I did not caro to own my stock
nny longer because I felt that his con-
nection with It would probably be mis-
construed whether It woh right or
wrong or rather would bo construed In
nn ltnnrODer manner so I sold mv stock
nnd told Cottlngham that I did not care
to own It nny longer.
Q. Yau know nt that time who tho
Q. Do you know now?
A. I know only a few of them that
is thoy aro said to bo. I did not know
who tho stockholders were. I know that
Cottlngham wall bocause ho had organ-
ized tho company or had helped to or-
ganize it; he wn. very active in it.
Q. You have nd knowledge at -11 no
to who Uio stock was Issued to?
A. I do not; I know nothing of those
details at all.
Q. Cottlngham took your stock from
A. Yes sir. As to whether he took It
from mo. ho took It and ho disposed of
It In some way; whether he sold It yos
he sold It to some one; ho told mo that
I did not ask to whom.
Q. Whs that five hundred dollars Is-
sued to ou In the first placo by tho cor-
A. Yes sir.
Q. When you transferred It did you
A. Yes sir.
Q. In blank JuSt signed your name
to It or did you sign It over to some
particular person? r
A. I could not state whothor I did or
not. I know that I endorsed It I do
not know whether In blank or not blank.
Mr. Cottlngham said If I did not caro
to hold It ho would Just take it as a
matter of courtesy to mo.
Q. I suppose yau thought you might
want to make some remarks yourself In
'II. I Just thought this way about
hat I Intd gotten the stock from
Cottlngham simply a a matter of per-
He lias al-
has novor boen oxcollod In tho city.
Plain Wood Boxos for Burning; also Burnt Wood and Loather Novelties
Fancy MlrrOrs in hand stand and triplicate. Photo and Autograph Albums
at vdry low prlcoe.
la Cut Glass
Wo have n Special Drive on n fow pieces. Seo the prices:
$Cfl!J "Out ainsfi Water Bottlo $5.00. $7.50 Cut Glass Pitcher $6.50. Bxtru
i Cut Glass Tumblers sot $7.50. Fino Cut Glass Tumblers set $5.00. 8-ln
Ollvo Cut Glass Bowl $5.00. Pickle Dlsli $4.50. C-ln Nappy $2.00.
Goods will be rmxrked and laid ?xsido for .small advance p.ymert.
Harrison Avenue and First Street
Washington Dec. 19. The following
are tho chairmen of the important non-
Appropriations Allison; finance Ald-
rloh; foreign relations Cullom; Judici-
ary. Clark of Wyoming: commerce
Frye; Interstate commerce Elklns;
privileges nnd elections Burrows; ag-
"uro Proctor mllltarj affairs War
ren naval affairs. Hale; Indian affairs
Clapp; territories Beveridgu; public
lands Honbrough; public buildings and
grounds ' Scott; postofflces nnd post
roads Penrose; pensions McCumbcr;
Philippines Lodge; Interoceanlc canals
Millard; rules Spooncr; claims Fulton;
District of Columbia Gnlllngcr; educa-
tion and labor Dolllver; Cuban relations
nurnham; Paolflc Islands and Porto IU-
co Forakor; Immigration Dllhns'iam;
The most pleasant safest and best
remedy to use for Coughs Cold Croup
whoQping Cough etc. Is Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar. This remedy
expels all cold from tho system by act-
ing as a cathartic on tbo bowels. Sold
by C. It. Rcnfro.
We have the. finest plush and fur robes
In the city from $2.50 to $1500 very
nice for a Christmas present. Also car-
riage heaters good for a 20-mIte drive
$2.75 each. Good goods and good values.
Implement Vehicle and Harness Corner.
J. S. LYON
120-22-24 North Division St.
Our Gun Shop Is open and ready for
business. Get tho choke fixed In your
gun so you can kill quail In the blsck-
Jacks. At Olsmlth's.
Change Cars at
Take a new bright and attractive train
from Union Station Kansas Oity to Union
Station Chicago The train is The Sou)h-
west Limited of the
Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul
Leave Union Station Kansas City 5:55
p. m.; Grand. Avenne 0-07 p m. arrive
Union Station Chicago 8:20 a. m. A postal
card will bring you complete information
about rates routes and train service.
L- COBB Southwestern Pacsonijer Agent
907 Mein Street. Kansas City Mo-
107 South Dlv.-'on flt.
OKLAHOMA DISTRIBUTING AGENCY.
Systematic distributors of all Mads of At
vKsttslDg matter. vU: Circulars. OaftU.
Kamptes iseiang signs eie uoniraeu so-
State Mutual Centestlno-
From the probate court of Washltu
county were appealed five caeee- today
wherein the State Mutual Insuranoe
coimwnv Is plaintiff and the five de
fendants ari T. O Strickland K O
Ctevenger C A Borchere J. L. Han-
eock M. E. KU-U-her and D. Roark.
Probate Judge lllllups held that cotton
la not a grain and decided that the
Ntate Mutual company eould not Insure
it as grain. He held illegal notes giv-
en by the defendants to the company
as premiums on policies on their cotton
crop. From those decisions (he com-
oku m usunurr wgr.
Rovtnt ii. set a oua a
ALL. TUB IIK8T I1KAND8 OF
LIQOOntJ WINKS. OI Z
Gentleman In Attendance
and Beat Sorvloo In ?
ALL TUB BB6T BRANDS OP
BKEIt AND 80FT DRINKS.
One In tea of the desirable positions
arc svecured without the aid of want ad-
vertlaljg but your hantc are as good
. anyone's for securing one of the oth
Demo Tta KM Ym ilive Atmrs Bghi
"THB MOST OP THE BBST FQH
THH LHAT" PATTEOSON FURNI
G. W. Bruce
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2 4. 0 Blllingsley
Building Guthrie O. T.
Speolsl attention given to the m-
Insttbti ef County Records.
R'cr?r.ces Board of county corn-
r.ilnlv) -.n tofsn -eoupty i Board of
rount commissioners. Dewey Co
Board of county commissioners
Blalns countys Board of Commission
era. PottowstomU county! any bank
all I knew.
Q Did you eer hae any conversa-
tion with Flynn cotiiernlng that'
A. Yea. sir.
Q. Concerning the pun has i or hand-
ling of any of the sioc'
A Yes. sir.
A. He said that he had bought two
thousand dollars' worth of the stock and
soul It for four thouvnad Julia is in ten
Q. To whom?
A. Jim Kubb of Kingfisher
Q. Did he at that conversation say
anything or make any statement In re-
gard to Grimes having stock In It?
A. He said that he purchased It for
Q. Are you positive of tl.atT
A. Vos sir.
Qw. Two thousand dollars' worth?
A. Ye sir.
Q. And said It for four thousand dollars?
A. Yes sir. He said he bought XA
the same as he would buy a horse on
the street at a bargain.
Q. When was tuuf
A. I do not know.
Q. In the year 1W1
A. Yes sir.
i- jsiwore uovernor JtkUs was re
A. Ve. sir
Q Dy you know iuiUi.iik uIioui Gov-
ernor JenlrtM having hid .m slock
A. No only reports
Q. Io you Knew of .m 'hi i i o
having stock ill It?
A. Individually no
Q. Where was it that Flnn told you
that he had bought thu stork from
A. At Sulphur Spring. Indian Terri-
A. On Sunday. (I do not remember
the date "We were In tho room at the
hotel. X was telllai- hits about having
ways been a very good friend of mine
and he thought there was a good profit
In it and he said that the company was
organised and lr. Winkler chosen as
president and superintendent and that
fact alone caused me to Itave a great
deal of confidence In the eompeny. I
had known him In two sessions of the
tegbtlrtture and had regarded him as a
very- honorable man and a man of the
highest Integrity and think so still and
I had no reason to doubt but that the
organisation was properly organized.
Q. How long did you keep that stock?
A I caq not state bow hut the eonu
petny had ben ormulzed and the con-
tract let oh. I ino probably a couple
of weeks und I aokj out very shortly
after tulklnc to Governor Jenkins. I
could not exactly give the time as to
when it was.
Q Did you maka a nroUt oq It?
A Yes sir.
Q Do you mind stating how much
A. No. sir 1 paid weU. I practtoally
doubled my money.
Q. When you had that talk with the
governor have you tftven the full eoti-
vertiatlen? A. Yes sir us far as I remember It
the substance of tt. I tiu him I
thought th.it ewn that conae'llon with
it that while 1 appreciated his reasons
for It for placing Jt among bis friends.
tli'it I thought it would be lutstuter-
pn ted lie wild 4l eoujd not help It;
ihat he luked at it la that way then
ana that was the way he looked at It
yeK that It may have been a mistake.
Q. Was that his entire conversation?
A Yee. sir practically so far ac I
can give it.
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is dropping on us very fast . You better do a
little coaxing; perhaps it may result in a fine
Piano for a
IteguJates the bowels promotes easy
natural movements cures constipation
Doan's Uegulets. Ask your druggist
for them. 25 cents u box.
Yerv Low Prices on Many Makes of Pianos g
Easy Payments from $10.00 to $25oo cash j
and $6.00 to $xo.oo per month. g
Select Your Piano Now.
r""""iT""ir ii'i" '- ' '
E. H. Knauss Music House
104 West Harrison Ave. ' Guthrie Oklahoma
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