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THE LEADER, QOTHHIE. OKLA.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1907.
The Only ,.,
Tfttvr 2? Store
MEN AND BOYS
Contains more Fall and Winter Suits,
more fall and winter overcoats, more rain
coats, more "John B. Stetson" hats and
oi?her hats, more trousers, more furnish
ings, more underwear, more trunks,more
suit cases, more valises, more men's and
boys' shoes, more children's clothing, in
fact more men's and boys' wearables
than you will find in any clothing store
outside ot large cities.
cortlfy both tho result of tho voto
canvassed from tlic abstracts nnd
from tho poll bookB, tally shoots nnd
This shows comjustvcly that the
hoard has "doubt" as to wholhor con
gress did not "moan thc abstract In
stead of tho returns as thoy now con
strue the meaning."
The Democrats insisted that the
Im rd Insert In Ha lottcr that each
county cleik should certify that tho
poll books and tally sheets ho seuds
are exactly in the srmic condition ns
wjien ho received them and htat no
change or nltuiatlous have boon made
To this tho (Republican board ob
jected and stated that It was not nec
essary The) do this to shield those
who would chango the results nnd do
not hold the county clorl: responsible
Tor any alterations that may be
made In the books sinco tho election
either by hint or any one olso.
The Democrats will fight tho use
of these poll books In canvassing the
result of tho state ticket and state offi
cials, but what can thoy do with three
Republicans on the board who have
already made up their minds to do the
The eanvnsslng board upon the re
quest of the Democratic state com
mltee have agreed to give thoin n cer
tified abFtract of tho voto cast for and
against tho constltulon so thnt in oase
the other does not roach tho White
House tho Democrats will fiavo a copy
to lake there If necessary.
In case tho stato election board
abides by tho Oklahoma statu toe nnd
canvasses tho voto on tho state elec
tion from tho abstracts on fllo as the
Democrats contend that thoy should.
Chairman Hunter will then use the
poll books as evidence in tiling a con
test in congress in the Third Ulstrtor
asking that Frank Hubbard bo seated.
1ho oldest and best No substi
tutes. Puro drugs. Our prescription
department Is tho best in city. Ron
fro's Drug store.
Leading Clothier U
Will Williams 1b In Enid today.
J. II. Reed is heio from Meridian.
J. J. Davis, of Prague, is ia tho city.
Sulmos, of Marshall, Is iu the
C. KunnOibvof Dallas, U In tho
tho lone hotel, has returned
humu In Chicago.
Prof. L. A. Morohouso, of tho Gov
ernment Experiment station at Still
wator, Is In tho city.
A. 13. Porry, of Coalgato Is in toe
city. Parry is Qtiooftho promlnoit
Kopriullcau politicians hi tho oastojn
portion ot tho, now stato. J
THE POLL BOOKS
(Continued from Page I.)
of dustlu. is in tlic
turns Clork M. JR. Trapp of Logan
county and btato audltor-olect, had hU
21 poll books. Wlvi 'sheets and ccr-
' ' itiflcatos of this counyt on fllo with
f. ii j. i . t.MIi ( ntwl lmlrl fnintnt
W -S. Wot, tff Novlua, to a Guthria, ? ",h 2
visitor. -j,:ik Tlin "Huntor
R. J. KoimmlJ 1h iu tho city from
Tho "Huntor IntoioBtb" mudn tlioir
kick on tho legality of tho oluctlon rp
turns not bocnuso thoy did not be
lievo that tho abstracts woro a true
I noeninit of thn vnlfm east In tho var-
tjco. M. Dfcuo la In tho city from,iaus countlos, hut only as an excuse
timings. ,'J to further dolay statehood and to lay
'n fnnti Jnlln. fni tinrilnni KftintlWt
which ono member of the canvassing
board last night udmlttod was coming.
Tho schomo is said to bo tills: Tho
stato oloctlon board will not abide by
tho decision of tho canvassing board
or the statutes of Oklahoma by go-
A. 0. Freeman Is fit the city from Ing ahead and doing Its duty as a niln
Clo eland ' Material board in canvassing the ab-
I stracts of the election on fllo with tho
A. D. Humbarger Is heiu from Okln-, secretary on the different state off!
hon.a City Jcials and representatives and an-
I uounco the wmo as it appears upon
Poatmnster Bvorott IHircell Is hon " & of abstracts,
r..... until S II wl" walt U1,tl1 these poll books
ironi isuju yr cro brought hero to canvass the pro-
1 lillitl li.. (i il nntttii Ituifmifll rt flflll
J. C. UVrrlon. of Stroud, Is iu the , "'"" "',"',,,. ..".... i,,V, n,u oii
W N. Chapman, or Marshall, U lu
, (' G. Mdrrtaflji iluldonvllle, 1b In
tho citj. 1
will ondeuvor to substitute these poll
books from the count I os where some
precincts woro thrown out on irtegu
larlties on account of gross frauds per
petratod by the Republicans and can
vass those Instead of the abstracts.
This is ".ot only a violation of law.
but leaves a loophole tor the county
dark In nernntmtn crnSK frauds llY
Crl U. Wood, of Muslwgeo. is a changing tho tally shoets In favor of
Win. Dnll and wlfo are In tbo city
, O A. Smith, of Chundlor, Is u
R T Shiw. of Jopllu.
Congressman H S McGuIre la
the city from Puwuou.
I th0 Ropublfcans in those products, so
as to elect some Republican represent-
a ' tatlvos, one or two perhajis, and it will
oudenvor to lis things up so as to
count In Hubbard In tho Third dls-
lu trlci If possible. Tho reason for the
I belief that the board intonds to not
ionly count these precincts where
H H. Rogers, of WqwoKu, Is here gross frauds were porpotratod in favor
tnliling with poVltlolans lot tho Republicans and to chango thp
i ' poll books Is this. At tho mooting Qt
ItfW- CSobbMwJ. GHltaaBIfet6ffV-IffgTb3anIi1t
uu .of Coilo, are In the city.- -- -J decided that tho board Hleslgnated to
. Jcertlf the result of tho election on
Aichiteti F B No wall, who plannedlthe constitution to the President will
"A hard chill, pain through the chest, difficult
breathing." It this should be you." experience,
send for your doctor. It may be pneumonia I
To doctor yourself would be too risky. 1 f your
doctor cannot come at once, give Ayer
,, . , .rt j ..tit i uuwiur hiiuui tunic ii uuve, kii. r
aAucit CUnuPcctoraIinthehouc. exactly vhat you have done, jfc0;.'
I TOPICS OF I
On Pension Roll.
It ('. Hall, of this city, hns been
placed on tho pension roll at tho ratu
of it'i n month.
PuBhltiQ the PavlnQ'
Tho llrst brick on tho paving o
Cleveland avenue was laid this tnorn-l
Ing at the corner of Cleveland avontio
and Second blroet. Tho grade on
Cleveland nronuo has boon complotod
between Second and Division strcots
Was It Set on Fire7 -
Whllo Corh Sarchot and his fnmUJ
wii tnhljiir In tint nli-?im vnKlnrr1n
afternoon his barn on North Ash
streot was burned to tho ground. Tho
pollco would liko to know tho cause.
It Is a. mystery to ovory one. Sarchot
thl iks It was set aflro by enemies nnd
will endentor to prove It Reporters
make good dotectlvoa and he will
ltl.nl.. ulfl !,, tl.li.n- ir fl... ItrtMn.n
The barn uurnod rnpldly as tho loTt
wasullled with hay and was dustioycd
before tho dopartmuul could arrive.
Tho loss Is $300, which was covered
Negro Will Flflht Charne.
AdaiD Shaw, (col.), was anosted
last night by tho pollco officers
charged with being connected with a
gvn play hoto last wocrjt. As the po
llco have not much ovl douce against
tho man, although coulldont that iliev
havo tho right person, thoy only pre
ferred a charge against him of flgln
I ig to which ho plead not guilty and
duposltod a $50 bond for his upponr
anco In court next Friday morning.
Mlsmatcd Couples In Court,
In tho district court thlH fnoralng
Llllo D. Royuolds fllod suit against
her husband, F. T. Reynolds, for a
".divorce, charging him with Qxtramn
cruelty, and ussaultlng and abusing
her whllo ho was Ina drunken Con
dition. C. C. Dick afso 'fllod a dl
rorco suit against Cnrrlo DIok, oliarg
jg hor with abandonment and refus
ing to Uvq with him.
Cash Prlzee for Attendance.
Tho annual meotlug of the Logan
County Farmers' InstlUito which will
be hold In this city Octobor 28 and
2C, promises to bo very interesting.
On the morning of the 26th. the asso
ciation will meet In the Logun county
high school auditorium. Three cash
prizes have boon offered to tho rural
schools of the county that will have
the largest representation present at
that meoting at which President A.
C. Scott, ot tho A. and M. college at
Stillwater, will delhor a leoture a
"Teaohing Agriculture In Rurl
8uprc.no Court Tomorrow.
A special session of the Oklahoma
Supremo court will le held hero to
morrow morning for the purpose of
passing upon 40 poll t Ions oa tile for
rehearing. The court want to clean
up Its docket before the state admin
istration puts it out of a job.
Masonic Reunion Closes.
The fall reunion of tho &ottlsh
IUto Masons closed lust night with a
banquet and smoker after conferring
the 3Sd degree on Uu new clas.
There were over 600 Masons In at
tendance during the evening. The
new class met last evening and oleet
od the following officers: J. S. Hunt,
of Guthrie, president; John McOe.
of Geary, -vice president; J Rouieu,
of tidmoud, secretary aad treasurer.
Divorce Case Sent to Referee.
in the district oourt this moruhM;
tho divorce oaso of Anna Wagoner vs.
Walter Wagoner, was referred to
C'has. A. Rlalr to hear evidence In the
case and report to the court.
I Decides Against the City.
Judge uurrord todHy overruieu uie
application for a writ ot mandamus
asked by the oily of Guthrie against
Cbas. Seeley, county treasurer, to
compel the latter to turn over to the
cut treasurer the money collected
oif the road'iind bridge tax levy for
tle yonr I&Q8,
THE CELTIC, NOW LADEN WITH AMERICAN TOURISTS.
The Celtic, which is the biggest steamer iilloat. Is now in Meditrranpan
waters, laden with 800 American tourUts. She will not return to New York
until 5-V. 22 aad during that time will touch at such places ns Mndctrs,
Glbraltr, Malta,. Alexandria. Ynfn Smvrnn. t'onstniillnoplo nnd Naples.
There are by nctnnl count more Hum 170 spiustn-H from nil parts of the
country on board the Celtic, 75 clergymen, 75 Imuk olllcItilH and 100 Bible
students. Tbo theologians have formed n club. It Is their Intention to study
n library on tbo Holy Land nnd Its traditions that hns been placed on board
the vessel nnd to listen to n course of lectures from piofosfcors of sacred
history. The lectures will be delivered abosrtl ship. There are many school
teachers, doctors nnd lawyers on the list. A band to furnish music for danc
ing hns been signed, and pingpong pets hare been provided so that tho vary,
mg tastes or tho travelers for fnvorit" recreations may be gratified. As the
Celtic hns ten docks, there need be uo clash between the study of theology
nd more worldly recreations.
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JOHN SHARP WILLIAMS.
Hon John Sharp Williams, wlm ilcfcnied r.overnor nnlaiiinn for the
primary nomlnntlon for liilted Kl.ttfn feiintiir fiom Misslsiipi, Is the present
minority lender In the untlonnl limme nt repreiHntiitles He hns boen In
congross since ISlia mid Is noted a a forceful debater. Mr Williams Is a
native of Tennensee Ho reuioeil to Mississippi In 1878 and became a cotton
planter and lawyer He was educated lu soeral southorn colleges and' at
tho University of Huldelberg. Geruinuy.
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"Hoosier School Shoe:
For Girls and Small Boys
Are Kjiotejn th.e 'COorldO'Oer
a the BEST WEARERS ON
THE MARKET. They never
rip and are made vith
SCUFF PROOF TIPS
And arc absolutely solid all through
aB5'Ba-?IHi-aa-VKls fioiii tit, teirltuiiil set i ft an b office
& T k ShpiaI WnrlnS '"'""i"1115' w,n' tf.ooo.ooo capital stoekj
IA1I.C OUtiai VIUUUJj wm, ,, juinoiKBi offices located ot
dm moii The company propones to
build a Hue from Ouymon thiouglt
Uiwver county north Into Kansan to
lOimlewood, connecting thoto with th1
Sfmlii P Tin- directors rtre" L E
l.atliniii I I. Kddls, T O James and
A V t'niw or Oil) moii mill J. S
Whlti Inn. t. i. New Vmij
Friday Afternoon Uiichro club
meots In afternoon, place lu ho an
Miss Carolyn Wllllnins entortnlus
thu Hnuirt Hut club.
Mrs. I.oiiIbo Askew ontoiLilus tho
New Dank Chartered.
Hnnk Coiiimtssloiio ill. H Smock
this tnurnltig nuthorlzod tho director
of th lxgnrt Stttto bank, of Lognrt, to
commence business with $10,000 cup
iUil stock. Tho ortlcors lire: Chas. A.
Hunter, nresldent: JokcuIi Hnrner.
Ktmlo club Thursday ovenlng, Oct. 10. vot. iirenldont. nnd D. 1 Davis, earth
Airs. lSu.ma Hognu, of Crescent, has
ruUirned hnine after n visit hi tho city
with Mrs J. W. Blado.
Chief or Polfco aniV '.Mrs.' 'W. II.
Mitchell will rottiru tomorrow from
Uostou. Most., where ihu lattor has
bean speadlug the summer with
Delicious Hot Chocotite vlth Whip
ped Cream. Barrlck'a.
Going to paint Rain la over. Suw
mor Is hern. Tho Lincoln paints
stand tho tests, Arkansas Lumber
Miss OIHe Morrison hi the city
Tho lu'lieB of tlm ('hrlHtliiu hui-ciV
n ived dlnnei yesteidsy in the KlltHclil
Miildlng t') tlic ciiciiH ciowilK
i Iln.mcinl success -
The Cliuich Organ WorJters' t'nloii
ol Huston has iccelvoil ponnlsalon ot
'rh Inti'rnatlonul orguulauitlon to con
tluui its strike foi sUn-en nni'
vvi'ckx The rule of tin- piano, Oi'gtin
and musical wotkutH' uuinn is that
It WHsf ""' ' u strike ban hern on tor sUtei n
II W4ii.lr It,. nHl(iiiifi.i.i.. .!... .....lu ,.-.
a lelciciHlum upp.tivnl
Mis IxjuUc Askew deligbtrully n
tii Kilned the members of the Acorn
club cbterUny nftnrnuon at ht-r home,
1823, West Warner avenue The meet
lug wns well attended and proved a
my prolltublo one.
Hot Beef Bouillon. Bnrrlck's.
MRS. BRADDIN HAMILTON.
Mrs Hamilton Is the wife or the clergyman, tewyer, sutbor Had pellttetnn.
Rraihlln Hamilton, who wss one of the founder of Tnynbee Hall, UiO fsmoiw
sects I ettluient, tu IHdoa. Us ' new iirestdeat of ile Kpisconsl P4Hi-a
tlon society, New lurk, od turn written several works n rebelou tiitoi-y nnd
SOeiety. Mrs Clam lnU wns Mih 4iigiiMfA I( Wihiikoii hikI wh ninrr,o
In Philadeljilila In IStML Kite is lousldered a woman of u.uc-s besoty and
rODAl. IN THE
Charters were tshiiud from the ufllco
of tho territorial scoretnry this morn
ing to tho following corporations:
'Hie ICrlck Milling cdiupniiy. or
Krlck, with $35,000 capital stock. The
directors are: J. M. Williams, or Ulti
ma; A. Ilobheche, of Uoonsvllle, Ark..
1). U. Tlnsey. A, W. Harris. Will Jer
rell, J Q. sltiyfleld and J A. Dollon
beck, all or Uriel:.
Thf Coleord Investment company,
of Oklahoma City, with ? 50,000 capital
stock The dlMtois are (' F Col
coid, (' J Haiiiin sod Ray Coloord,
all oi Oklahoin aClt
Th. Keir Di) Uoods coiuiiauv, of
Oklahoma Clt, with $100,000 capital
stock The direetois are A T
ICeir. or OklaboniB City, W 8. IMlkey
ot Pswuoe, and V U hull or Uuiliib-
Tin- lugersoli and Culunn t oRck
liuilding -ompau), or Ingiisui uiih
$5,000 espttul slock Thr iiiixtoib
are- (' a Itoder. W P. Mi . Met- li
B. Cues and J P. Planer, all ol ingu
soll Tho Heeding Oraiu coiiipdiu or
Heeding. Okie , with Khi'mi .,,ui,il
Htok The dlK-etois arc 8 W JIokhii
V M Ilogan. and 8 J. Kvi i
The Hslsell Cotton uoinouii
Chsndlcr, with $i0,0OO capltul Monk
The directors are L. H tluKdl I! S
Reeves aad C A Noel), sll oi lidiiu
The Pslrviow (Quieter) i omiia n ol
liuliiKiiiiil ltittutiun-c employes an
oikuiiI.1iik throiigliout thr Pulled
HtaiiM, Lnion No 1, IkIiik lu Uostou
Hot Tomato Bouillon. Barr ck.
GOOD BROOM conN cnop.
apectul U) Dally Iead r
Ooynum, Oklu., Oct ll TX-xas
county is market Ing a mammoth
broom coi 11 crop, e ei v day from
twenty to forty loads coming to this
city rjroom corn ftieii su tlic nlu
or the cr-jp rnlseit lu thl enmity din
ing the present season is not loss tlinu
Tungler, Oct 11. Tho power of
Mi.lal Hallg. who lias boon proclaimed
sultan hi the south, 1ms beun grnutly
BtrengthHiiod ia the. part or Morocco
by the declaration of thp (fueinus of
Holy Men, at Pox. that he has more
legal and moral right to the throu
than has Abdel Ai. tlw twHan ot
iccotd This, cmipled with the ap
noicli or Mulal Haftg'. nrniy ii 1
Pe aiRin-x s speedy capitulation of
tin uoithcin rspltal
NEW YORK'S DEFENSC
10mm If the nsvy should be eusMgi .1
Ht.wli i Niw YoiIuhb iitriMl have ,iu
fcai of tin lr hoineK 111 ,'hmi of an s
'tiitk li u.nshlpd (if a hoHtJIe cojiiii
all of ut "ecoiilliig ft Mnii ilea oral Prod
I click D (;rr,t. commaudl.ig the De
,,f liuitmeut of tho Kant Whilo Ouerul
(liaiit dfclliKi I Ht,terdsy to rrke any
(iinipurUotii bolwi-c 1 tin w oik of tbi
navy sud utmy KuuueiN h did huv
thlh I am eonvlnrttl that the uuu
! In th forts in im deas.rlineiit
FJlrvlew township. Noble loiuii) lth cun uhoot mo well that they can put
the following trustees: J A fiom-ds, wurxhlp out or action fully as rest in
II M Wellington and It
11 or Orlando.
1. li'ueh. luev an come ill sksiuhi them ie
lYoikers need have no fesi I can
lilmk a ly channel to this city wl'U
anv itilwiiK! ships of s hostile fleet '
Coiirldoi jiili' dsnubiou and not t
liMlu bad filling iui b4en e isjendert
Ineeasc Capital Stock
Te directors of the Kaiuiti)
bank, of Marsnsll. ootlfl) d ih
torlal spcrotary this lunriiiiig thai they i,i,. arr. m...i ..- ... v, .1...
had IncreaiMxI the a.ltsl m.. k .t the g,Mly o nu,ki.nnsliln dUplayed in
"jr ef!i bra 11 h of the heivio Geneiut
Orunt naid he was kIh.1 the na
i sueh jtood ma rlun it'
brfiili frrom $19,000 to $i7."n) fho
directors arc: W I. Helton. H
lifstn and J I. HifUiM. sll efr-iMsfr mgM,,.Mr
m lir ill inn 1IIIQUU lliai 1IIVJ UHJIJI
Mi!i'Hiionb for notary pubiit com
ininniiiiiw wein re-elved at tho terrl
tulrtl ht-cretsry'k office this morning
from hoe following
gt-t ,n tth all the gl)iy. or aun
iiiiiiu-iudi lnp bad ulah been u.i
ol lilt. hlll'IIHW
l.i 1 , (,ieral (iisnt rtconuuendod
it, itM Uai depHrtmout that a bouu-
JtkaiP B atanker. of KlnsifUhei. for Paid tor superior niarkn:aiuhlp In
Kiiigtlsher county. 'he ami) Tn iemt were bey id
Oe. W McVlckers or Apsche. Tor hl expectatloas In the fourteen
Caddo couut) comiiaiueii in but ictnntaud the gen
t-iat tig ire or merit in iliui yur wa
Railroad Chartered. Vt 1 Th .icjir yrai nailei h tMinus
A .li. hc 1 huh Kiuiilid lliih en. Mum iii.iti 11 wiv '7 I It. ft.