The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF LOGAN CO.
Only Simon-Pvire Democratic Paper in Oklahoma
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 15. 1905.
NEW YORK WORLD
Orve Yea.r $1-50
day. the occasion being the picnic of j
the Woodmen of the World, which was
attended hy Governors Van Zant of i
Minnesota, and Cummins of Iowa, who
delievered addresses and had a gay 1
time with the picnicers.
JUDGEMENT SET ASIDE
BY CIRCL T COURT OF
CONVICTED OE BRIBERY
(By Associated Press. I
Green Bay. Wis., June 14—Maurice
Sayers of Milwaukee, and Tommy Mo-
watt of Chicago, are matched ti) fight
here tonight for the amusement of the
Eagles of tne state, whose annual con-
vention Is in less on here. The men
will light for a purse of $1,000 to be
divided 9<>.'0 for the winner and $350
for the loser. They will fight at 130
WANTS PEACE DIS-
CUSSED NEAR THEA-
TRE OF WAR
KEEPING TAB ON RUSSIA
chance to be one of the first t'nlted j
Charley McGraw now deput> district
court clerk, has been talked of for u
candidate on the republican ticket fori
representative in the first legislature. |
Probate Judge "Sammy" Smith wants
to be the first circuit judge of the dis-
trict Including Payne county
Senator Hickam declares that there I* i
no us** to have factions In the republican )
party of Oklahoma, and does not believe ,
strongly In banquets. He said that It Is |
likely that McOulre and Fiynn would be
working hand In hand next year, just ;
as u there had never been anything
wrong. It Is understood that McGulre,
will give a banquet Just before going to |
congress, and It Is said that banquet ,
will be held at Oklahoma City and is to |
be one of the biggest things that ever
occurred In the republican ranks in the j
build up a city great
Praise Guthr e's women.
men who ca
work in the
did his share during Ole
There arc few business
accomplish as much
same length of time as
NOTES GATHERED CON
CERNIN'C. THE BIG N.E.A.
PRAISES FOR GUTHRIE
Probably Will Mark End of
WEDDING OF OIL
(By Associated Press.)
Plainfield, N. J.. June 14— Miss
Florence Waring, daughter of Orville
T. Waring of th? Standard Oil com-
pjny, was married here today to Capt
Chauncey Humphries. U. S. A., cf
West Point. Ii was a military wed-
According to a telegram received by J ding and took place at the country
his counsel. S. H. Harris of Perry, the I home of the bride's father
United States circuit court of appeals]
for the Eighth circuit, has reversed JAPANESE CELEEATE
JUDGE GALBRAITH IN GUTHRIE
Guard Against Possible Ul-
ANNIVERSARY OF VICTORY.
(By Associated Press.)
Tokio, June 14.—'Today was t.he first
anniversary of the battle of Vafangow,
where twilty thousand Japanese en-
gaged the Russian pos t ion north of
Polantien and scored a signal victory,
inflicting heavy losses upon the enemy
who abandoned all their guns. The
anniversary was celebrated in many
the judgment against Asa C. Sharp,
formerly Indian agent at Ponca and re-
manded the case with directions to Oie
district court to set aside the convic-
tion and indictment.
Asa C. Sharp was indicted by the
grand jury of Noble county on Decem-
ber 0. 1900, charged with having re-
ceived money as a bribe to influence
Ills actions as Indian agent, in charge
of the Ponca Indian agency in the mat-
ter of executing leases to certain In-
dian pasture lands. The indictment] ____ . . If ,tr> urmr
contained four counts, charging Sharp §££RETAR^ HA\ IS HOME
with having received money, or the j
promise thereof, from different per I
sons in relation to the letting of the j . , ... . ,
various Indian pastures for the yearDistinguished Diplomatist
1898. The trial was before the Hon. j
Benjamin F. Burwell, specially assign
ed for the trial of the case, and was i
concluded on July 30. 1901. Sharp was | .
convicted on the first two counts of j
the indictments and sentenced to ini j (By Associated Pif.ss.">
prisonment. in the United States prison New York. June 14. John Hay, sec-
tor a term of four years and to pay a retary of state, accompanied by Mrs.
fine of $3,000. An appeal was taken j Hay. arrived here from England today
to the supreme court-of the territory I on the Baltic. They were met at th
where the judgment was affirmed and pier by a number of frvjmds who ex
lithe case was taken from there to the I pressed unfeigned pleasure at seeing
■ United States circuit, court of appeals the distinguished American statesman
(By Associated Press.)
Tokio, June 14 —The report of the [ bu8"in,'.'s,
! Japanese minister at Washintgon, tell-
1 ing of his interview with Roosevelt and
announcing that the peace plenlpoten-
! Former Attorney General Will Again Re-
side In Oklahoma.
Judge Clinton A. Galbralth. who was at-
torney general of Oklahoma under the ad-
ministration of Governor W. C. Renfrow
and was luter associate supreme Justlct
oi Hawaii, was In Guthrie last, nigh
nd this morning attending ti
calling on old friend*, o
horn he has a host In this city. Judg<
nlbralth returned to this country abou
•n days ago and lie w ill probably mak
is residence at Oklahoma City. He 1
Everybody Helped to Enter-
tain the Visitors.
i does li)U Beadles. Ami dur ng the
| N. E A he demonstrated that he could |
i show at least half of the visitors a
I good time.
j The principal homes of the cltv
j were thrown open to the guests. The ;
! women of Guthrie are to be especially !
I praised for their good work during the
N. E. A They were busy entertaining
the visiting women from the opening
to the close of the convention.
All the people of Guthrie felt con-;
genial when the editors were here ami i
assisted bounteously in giving them the
best there was to be had.
I)r. Lucius B. Morse was chairmau '
of the commltt.ee that did the decora!
ing at the opera house. He got many
praises for his good work.
BY GOVERNOR FERGU-
SON TO TRANS-MISSIS-
AT PORTLAND AUG. 16-19
Items of Interest From Ter-
(). R. Fegan, president of the Guth-
1 rie Commercial club, received many
bouquets of praises for his efforts in
behalf of the N. E. A.
Arrives From England
Today on Baltic.
Ifor the Eighth circuit upon two propo-
sitions that were urged in the trial
court and the supreme court of the
territory. In the t.rial court Mr. Sharp
first pleaded by a motion to set aside
all counts of the indictment on ac-
count of irregularities in the empanel-
ment of the jury, and after the over-
ruling of this motion presented a de-
murrer to the various counts of the
indictment, which was also overruled;
and the ruling upon these two plead-
ings was the only matter submitted to
the court of appeals. The telegram
above referred to does not disclose
upon which point the case was revers-
ed as the sustaining of either conten-
tion on the part of Mr. Sharp would
result in the setting aside of the inJ
so much improved in health. Mr. and
Mrs. Hay proceeded directly to Wash-
ington where they will remain until
President Roosevelt goes away, then
they will go to their summer home in
THEY CLAIM REWARD.
Officers Squabbling Over Money for
Capture of Murderer.
paries will meet in Paris and the ap-
pointment of Nelikoff, Russian amba
sador to France as Russia's chief
plenipotentiary, was received today.
Japan will refuse to have the meeting
take place in Paris and It is expected
that Japan will propose some point,
close to the theatre of war. The Jap-
anese plenipotentiary has not yet
Is Russia Playing Deep Game?
Washington, D. C., June 14.—Russia j
regards her consent to appoint plenipo-
tentiaries to discuss means of ending
the war as a tentative arrangement.
Although the word plenipotentiaries is
used in the Russian reply it is under-
stood their appointment does not com-
mit Russia to any pledge to end the
war. Russia's object in appointing
ihese fully empowered envoys is to
find out whether Russia can obtain
frm Japan's peace terms which it is
possible for Emperor Nicholas to ac-
cept. Japan is nat.urally cautious, al-
though she, too. has'accepted the presi-
dent's offer of good will and agreed to
appoint plenipotentiaries. The nego-
tiations have progressed far enough for
the belligerents to be discussing,
through the president as the channel
of communication, a suitable place, the
number of the negotiators and. what
is more important than either of these,
a common basis on which the plenipo-
tentiaries may meet.
Russia was thoroughly opposed to
the suggestion of any place in the far
East for a meet.ing point, and Japan's
court. He Is*
r before the ct
•ongress In beha
id will 1
Miss Lucille Perle Dunham and Prof.
Hennessey ate to be thanked for their
work in entertaining the editors. Both
gave line recitations.
j Postmaster McCoy
I ground throughout tin
never failed to show
iguests a good time.
.was on the
W. C. Knowles of the "Katy." was
I among the pleasant railroad men and
I looked satisfactorily after the desires
i of the visitors.
1 FLAG DAY IS OBSERVED
Secretary Morton Was Chief
Figure in Exercises at
(By Associated Press.)
Portland, Ore., June 14.—Probably
the most elaborate observance of Flag
Day which is being celebrated through-
out the United States today, took place
at Uie exposition grounds here. Special
drills in which thousands of school
children participated, were features of
the celebration and there were
speeches, patriotic songs and other in-
teresting numbers of a carefully plan-
Ex-Sheriff Wm. Tilgliman of Shaw-
nee, was in the city calling on Gover-
nor Ferguson In tjie hopes of stcaight-
ening up the matter of the $500 reward
for the arrest and conviction of Woods,
the convicted murderer of the Ames
family. This reward is claimed by ex-
Sheriff Tilghman. Chief of Police
Sims o? Shawnee and Sheriff Ozman
of El Reno. Both Sheriff Ozman and
Chief of Police Sims had Woods un-
der arrest at. different times, but un-
der different charges.
Ex-Sheriff Tilghman claims that he
spent, much time and money looking
for Woods on the charge the reward
was offered for. Sheriff Tilghman ex-
pects to remove with his family to
Mexico in a short time to make his
permanent home there, and he desires
the matter straightened out before he
the oppressed people. Up to this time
he consistently advocated pacific
opposition to Paris was all unexepcted j measures but he is finally convinced
in St. Petersburg. Russia has shown that force is necessary.
a strong preference for a European j
capital Japan's wish is to secure n ......
point free from outside influence Di WORRIED AT HIGH iNOOiN
rect negotiations with Russia has been
her demand throughout and hence her
original preference for a point in the
far east.. The Hague, it is believed, j
would prove fairly acceptable to both.; Lillian Reynolds Wed
Oyama Ready to Renew Battle.
Gun Shu Pass. June 14.—The Jap-j
anese have forced the advance posts j M h[gh noon today M|. Enoch Perrv
of the Russian left beyond the Kao Bamf0rd, son of Mr. and Mr
Among the railroad men who were
legal iu Guthrie during the N. E. A and who
took the trip with the editors over
the territory were: Mr. Braddock of
the Rock Island; Mr. Savage of the
Santa Fe; Mr. Clark of the Frisco;
Mr. Dunn of the D.. E. & G., and Mr.
Knowles of the "Katj." These gen-
nt the tlemen were looking after the interests
United ()f tilt x. E. A. in getting them over
"" their lines in good time. There was
1'I' III no loop-hole left by either of these
men in getting matters properly ar
I ranged on t.helr roads. They were in
Guthrie from the opening of the con-
vent oil and were kept busy. Mr.
IM THE Di m If EVE & Braddock of the Rock Island, was better
M I lit rlDLll 11 L. i known on the trip as "Brad" and was
always ready and pleased to give any
information desired by nay of the
visitors. His road gave excellent ser-1
vice and the Rock Island system as p Q , ul7 mea8Ur0(j out y,e right
well as Mr. Braddock received the jengt|l 0f ci0th to the visitors and
unan nious vote of thanks from the jiejpe(j to ahow them around the city.
N. E. A. Mr. Savage of the Santa Fe.
was called in a brotherly way. "Savy" j chlef JuBt;ce j0hn h. Burford took
by the N. E. A. boys He was con- a prom|nenj part in giving the N. E. A.
genial and never lacking in versatility. | (he beat lhere ig in Guthrie.
The Santa Fe certainly gave the N. E (
A. an opportunity to pra se the rail- Robert Ramsay assisted freely. He
road, for this line made fine time and , ^ave niuch time and money for the
put forth every effort to give the na- sUCCe8S Gf convention.
tional guests good service. Mr. Clark ,
was popular with the N. E. A. and j s Mabon must not be forgotten,
made a good impression during the big
gathering here. But the best of all
ia the remarkable service the Frisco
gave on the editors' trip over the ter-
ritory. This railroad took the N. E. A.
specials through the broad rolling ] certa|n,y appreciated
prairies of Southwstern Oklahoma and
' «Len F. Leach worked hard during
Russian revolutionists who has issued ; L>unn. o, uie | the convention and gave much valuable
a statement in which he advocates re- j He was ever ready to do something in | asslstanee.
sort to arms to secure the rights of [the way of favors for the editors and
assisted Guthrie in treating the nation- , \jasons are to be thanked for
al guests to all the sweets of the land. | j^elr magnificent reception at the
Mr. Dunn's road carried the N. E. A. tempie.
specials from Guthrie to Enid and cer j
tainly gave magnificent service. The 1 ^ o)j Guthrie han(lle(l thetr
National Editorial association adopted, ^ n)cely durlng ,he conventlon.
a resolution thanking the railroads for ^
their courtesy and the excellent gentle-
I men herein mentioned also received
i ample praise from them. The "Katy
Ml'. Enoch Baniford and Missl has been mentioned heretofore in th >
Leader. This road brought the N. E. j Sheriff Murphy and the county ofTi
A specials Into Guthrie, running clals assisted all the time.
through the finest country in Nort.h-1
eastern Oklahoma and giving the best I The street railway did the right thins
of service. by t,he visitors.
He rustled all the time to entertain
the editors in good style.
deserves and got much credit from the
N. E. A. Mr. Shinn's efforts were
of the most prominent of the-™ t" e- Then <h,;re was h
, rovnluHnniatu who has issued ! Dunn, of the Denver. Enid and Gu
Governor Ferguson today appointed the
following delegates from Oklahoma to the
Truns-Mississippi Commercial congress,
which will be held at Portland, August
\V. o. Wool man. Watonga.
II. Buckingham, Lawton.
E. 1.. Craile, Norman.
Ed L. Peckham, Enid.
Leander Martin, Portland, Ore.
JamcM Asher, Pond Creek.
J L. Pryor, Gage.
I>. W. Eastman, Enid.
James Wilkins, Oklahoma City.
II. L. Crltendum, Mangum.
H. M. Parmenter, Lawton.
J. V. Admire, Kingfisher.
J. R. Cottingham, Guthrie.
Dr. G. il. Phillips, Pawnee.
c ptain C. B. Hunt, Perry.
John Etnbry, Chandler.
Thomas R. Held, El Reno.
Dyke Ualllnger, Anadarko.
T. J. Womack, Alva.
Milton Bryan, Shawnee.
Territorial Oil Inspector F. A. Ashton
today made his report for the month of
May. Thf report shows that 146,665 gal-
loon of oil aim 99,5:14 gallons of gasoline
were Inspected during the month. He re-
ceived as fees $501.05, of which sum
$1116.^6 was retained for deputies, the
balance, $::7r ,79, having been turned over
to the territorial treasurer. The travel-
ing expenses for Inspector A*hton were
111.60; office expenses. 59. g p
:. Ellison of Guymon has been ap-
pointed a deputy oil inspector by Ter-
ritorial Inspector Ashton.
Mrs. T. B. Ferguson is Improving
slowly. She was brought to Guthrie last
Colonel George Orner of Enid visited
hl.s brother, Carl Orner, of the school
land department today.
Assistant Territorial Secretary, J. M.
Me Conn eli and wife are visiting relatives
Territorial Secretary Grimes Is at
Kingfisher today on official business.
! P. T. Walton was there with tjie lum
, ber. He worked like a beaver.
PLEAD NOT GUILTY.
Secretary Morton Speaks.
(By Associated Press.)
Chicago, III., June 14 —Humboldt |Guthrie ja!l
park here was the scene of a bril-
liant Flag Day celebration today. A
half holiday was given to all school
children and business houses and resi-
dences were gayly decorated with the
national flag. Mayor Dunne presided
at the exercises held at the park and
Secretary of the Navy Morton deliver-
ed an address on Paul Jones. City At-
torney Smulski also delivered a speech
on Kosciusko, the Polish patriot.
Ella Loudenbach Will Be Tried Next
Orlando, Okla., June 14.—Ella Lou-
denbach, who killed W. L. Hall at
Orlando Sat.urday. plead not guilty to-
day and the trial will be Friday. The
verdict of the coroner's jury was in-
tent to kill. The woman is in the
Che river and are occupying the
heights north of the river. A heavy
force seems to be behind this move-
ment. Oyama is ready for a general
Bamford. and Miss Lillian Keyoke Reyn-
olds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. V.
Reynolds, were married at the home of
the bride's parents at 405 East Oklahoma
avenue by Rev. A. B. Nicholas, rector of
Trinity Episcopal church. Only a few-
friends and Immediate relatives were
Robert Sohlberg helped mater ally
E. F. Shinn. secretary of the Com-
mercial club, worked day in and day
out. In fact Mr. Shinn did as much
as three men should do. For this he
Henry E Asp was probably among
Citizens in Guthrie
Russian cruiser Kuban, anchored °" j home' wa. «wl.Ueiy | durl,1S^ the N E A He was anxlou"
Cape St. James, near here, this morn- ; decorated with pink and white can
ing and the governor ordered her to I tions. The bride stood under a canopy | perfectly satisfied
depart immediately, dispatching a j of white carnations pnd ferns, surrounded j flVe citizens who *ent to Osage on
French warship to enforce neutrality. I by palms, during the ceremony. Men Tuesday before the opening of the con-
vention to meet the N. E. A. special
trains and he worked front that on
The following charters were Issued to-
day at the territorial secretary's office:
The Shawnee Medicine company of
Shawnee, with a capital stock cf $10,000.
The following are the incorporators: J.
H. Maxey, Jr., W. L. Chapman, W. W.
Andrew and Hal Johnson.
The Brazil Ull company of Chelsea
and Oklahoma City, with u capital stock
of $ O.OUO. R. t. Kielnschmldt of Okla-
hoe ' C'i-j F. A McClelland of Chelsea,
and I*. F. Parker of Vinita, are the In-
Th<- Lucky Thirteen Oil and Gas com-
pany of Stillwater, with a $10,000 capital
Freeman E. Miller and H. A.
•teece ate the Incorporators.
Storm & Erickson Bros. Hardware
| company of Oklahoma City, with a capl-
I tal stock of $6,000. The Incorporators
Pickups Of Every NatUreDug are w W. Storm and John and I. w.
CAPITAL CITV BRIEFS;™
Russian Cruiser Ordered to Leave.
Saigon. Cochin China, June 14,-The j The rl K «remony was used, and Mis* , |he mogt actlve
•' Georgle W|est, a niece of the bride, was
„ „i.,,y during the N. E.
a. j that th - visitors should come and go
He was one of the
Up in in Various
HICKAM 'TALKS POLITICS
Some Things That May
Happen if Statehood
NEW CAPTAIN FOR PUGET
SOUND NAVY YARD
(By Associated Press.)
Washington, D. C., June 14.—Com
mander V. L. Cottain, by orders of ,hel senator John P. Hickam of Perkins
navy department, was today detached ! was in the capital city today attending
from duty at the yard. Mare j to some minor business matters.
Island, and assigned to dutjr as captain
of the Puget Sound, Wash., yard.
BLACK PEARL" IN LIMBO
AN OLD NEW ENGLAND TOWN. ^ Woman wh0 H„ G|v,n Au.
(By Associated Press.) thorities Much Trouble.
Medford. Mass., June 14.—This his i
totoric old town today celebrated its
J6th anniversary. An Incident of the
celebration was the dedication of a
fillet erected tP the memory of Capt.
Isaac Hall, who commanded the Med-
ford Minute Men at Lexington and
TWO GOVERNORS FROLIC,
(By Associated Press.)
Extnerville, la., June 14.—'The larg
est celebration that this growing town
|as ever witnessed was held here to-
The police authrltles here received a
telegram this morning from the chief of
police at Sapulpa stating that he would
arrive In Guthrie on the first train and
take charge of Hilda Davis, alls "Black
Pearl." who has been held at the police
station since Saturday. The woman. It
is said, robbed several parties at Sa-
pulpa tfnd will be taken to that city,
where there Is said to be sufficient evi-
dence of her crimes to convict her. Hilda
Davis is very black and exceedingly
lurge and is quite a noted character,
having been in the custody of the offi-
cers a number of times.
while talking with a representative of
the Leauer said a few very significant
things In a political way.
The statesman from the sand dunes of
the Cimarron Is a sage and generally
sizes up a situation pretty thoroughly.
Speaking of the political situation In
Payne county Senator Hickam said that
the republicans over there had about
dflssohn's wedding march was played by
Miss Mar Bamford.
_• bride was attired In a dress mads
of white Frenc'a organdie over white until the convention ended
itaffetta silk, with Valenciennes trim-
ming. She presented a graceful appeur-
ance and looked equally as sweet as the
beautiful flowers with which she was
surrounded and almost covered. She
also had a pretty shower bouquet on her
After the ceremony a delightful lunch
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bamford,
Misses Ruth and Mary Bamford
L. J. Shark and E. R. Adams of Navina
krere in the city yesterday.
The committee which had charge of
arrangements for the N. E. A. consti-
tuted the followng prominent, business
men of Guthrie, all of whom contrib-
uted time and money for the success
of the big convention: F. H. Greer. L.
G. Niblack, John Golobie, H. E. Asp. ! Mr Beyer of Seward is in the city
W. A. Humphrey, Robert Sohlberg. J. | visiting his son, Eugene Beyer.
Mr. I W. McNeal. W. H. Coyle. Robert Ram
S. O. Safholm of Sayre
Birdsall of Madison.
vere issued to
and Frank J.
The last half of 1301 taxes bei
,e <ie. Mosher. are atractlng much
ration and praise from the fans.
Charles Maine returned from Oklahoma
City this morning.
There are six new buildings going up
i Capitol Heights.
Mr. and M
s. J. W. Field left for Sul-
and Mrs. M. L. West. Miss Mattle Tall-
man. Mrs. Cleora Carver.
Mr. and Mrs. Bamford will leave this
evening for Kansas City and Excelsior
Springs, where they will remain for ten J
days, after which they will be at home
to their friends at 107 South Ash street.
say, w. M. McCoy. P. T. Walton, C. H. Mrs. W. I'. Adams Is
Martindale, F. O. Lutz, Frank Dale, ; "'r' Mrs' B<'am' x'"
L. B. Morse, O R. Fegan. J M. Brooks
i-lsltlng her sls-
The present condition of the hog
market must be very encouraging to
come to the conclusion that statehood I the heirs of the McPherson physician
was in sight and have begun to muster
up material for the various offices.
Senator Hickam. It Is believed, will
be a candidate for governor on the re-
publican ticket In the first campaign, but
on that matter he would not talk today.
However, he said It had been mentioned
considerably that Captain Robert A.
Lowery of Stillwater, Captain ,,B1U"
Knlpe of Perkins, Editor Vandament of
Glencoe, and Judge "Bobby" Burns of
Cushing have opened campaigns for del-
egates to the constitutional convention.
Lowery, It Is reported, would like a
who put in a bill of $300 for attending
cyclone sufferers at Marquette.
A letter has been received In Wash-
ington at the White House from C. G.
Jones of Oklahoma City, extending an
invitation to President Roosevelt to
attend the single statehood convention
here in July. It will be impossible for
President, Roosevelt to accept how-
ever, as he has arranged to spend the
month of July at Oyster Bay.
Marshal Fossett will move In a
j days to his residence on East Vilas
The Brooks opera house was the nue
center of attraction during the big
meeting here. Manager Brooks is a
town pusher right and proper. He had
the opera house cool and pleasant and
spent much t,!me and money in enter-
taining the national guests. The artis-
tic decorations was in charge of Dr.
L B. Morse, assisted by Mrs. L. N.
Beadles and Miss Blockie Jamison.
Mrs. W. A. Frasier and the ladles
who assisted her in the splendid re-
ception given for the visiting ladies did
themselves proud. The reception waa
a splendid entertainment and received
much favorable comment from t,he vis-
itors. Such women as Guthrie has will
Fred Scot horn, who has been very sick
in the Topeka hospital, is reported much
United States Marshal W. D. Fossett
left today for Kansas City on official
The new soda fountain at the Eagle
drug store Is a good addition to Harri-
Martin H. Adams Is appointed relief
agent at Lockrldge while Mr. Hall takes
The cartoons in the window of the
corner cigar store, drawn by F. R.
Mrs. P. f. lllllerman of Cushing came
in this morning to visit friends in tha
Bill Tighlman, ex-sheriff of Lincoln
county, Is In the city today, looking after
important business. %
Mrs. C. S. Olson of Coyle came In to-
day to spend the day as a guest of
friends in Guthrie.
Misses Cora and Myra Armantrout
have gone to Perry to visit their grand-
parents, Rev. and Mis. Meyers.
G. Z. Page of Carney is In Guthrie.
Mr. Page is one of the biggest business
men of that growing little city.
There will be excursions next Sunday
over several of the railroads running
Into Guthrie, on account of the bail
C. C. Moore of Baxter Springs, Kan.,
is In the city, visiting at the home of
Mrs. C. G. jiorn^r. Mrs. Ho uor Is
Mr. Moore's sister.
The concert given Tuesday evening at
the city hall by the choir of the First
Baptist church, colored, was largely at-
tended. The entertainment was first
class and merited the many compliments
of the appreciative audience. N. J. C.
Johnson, the cholrlster, directed the mu-
sic and Miss Stewart played ti* orga.t
acompaniments. The choir Is composed
of twelve members, all of whom took
part in the entertainment. ^ ^
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The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1905, newspaper, June 15, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121293/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.