The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897 Page: 1 of 8
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Official Organ of Oklahoma Democracy Office of Publication, Harrison Avenue
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1897.
THE EAGLE DRUG STOKE
Everything In Our Line and at Lowest Prices.
Harrison Ave. EDWARD NICHOLS, Prop.
MONEY TO LOAN
I allow partial payments or payment of entire mortgage at any time after
one year with rebate of interest from date of same. Have many other advar-
tages besides low rate of interest which will be beneficial to you. It will pay
you to call and see me. Low rates on loans in connection with Life Insurance
j. stuart mckay,
105 SOUTH FIRST ST.,
GUTHRIE, 0. T.
Pabst Brewing Co's
Celebrated Milwaukee Beer
Is The Finest In The Land,
Pabst Malt Eitract dot Intoiicating.
The Best Tonic
For Convalescents, Ladies and Children.
Beats anything else in the summer time.
Pabst Ice Plant.
PURE CRYSTAL ICE.
Chemically pure distilled water, better than mineral
water. The only healthy drinking water In hot
weather. Sold at the factory at hve cents per gallon.
Biing your jug along.
52. PAUL JUNDT, Mgr.
J. W McNKAL, President
a. j. seay, vioe-pbesidkht.
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Board of Director! In addition to Bank 'Jfticers:
Janei Stratum, Horace Speed, Robert Martin, J. R, Cottingham
W. J HORSFALL, Cnahler.
First published In tbe Dally Leader Sep-
tember 28. 1897.
Notice tor Publication.
Land office at Guthrie, 0. T., Sep-
tember 27, 1897
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
Intention to make final proof In support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the register and recolver at
Unlud States land office at Guthrie, 0.
T., on November 2, 1MW7, viz:
William G Ho'den, for the se qr o sec
23,twp 15, r 1, w.
He uames the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of. said land viz:
George Walker. Walter Ilaight, Wil-
liam Hrown and Edward Johnson, all of
Sprlngvale, O. T.
4257 K. N .1 Crook Register.
a. A. MANN, Manager.
Frank E. Long's
Big Come'y Company,
First. published In the Dally Leader
September 23. 1897.
Notice for Publication.
Land office at Guthrie, O. T., Septem-
ber 22, 1897.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has flled notice of his In-
tention to make final proof In support of
hit claim, and that said proof will be
made Wore register and receiver U. 8
land office at Guthrie, O. T.t on October
28, 1897. fit:
Cyrus T. Yager, for the e hf se qr sec 1.
twp 17, r 2 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of. said land, viz:
John D. Blanchard, Joseph Beard.
Cyrus W Ystrand J. L. Mann, ail of
Guthrie, 0. T.
4953 A. N. J. Cbook. Bertiter.
IS PEOPLE 15
A. Carload of Special
SAYS CUBAN CAMPAIGN IS
NEW LIBERAL PROGRAM.
Sonor Mor.t, the Mlulster for the Cot'
onles, Preparing for the Offering
of Autonomy to Cnba— Seuor
Sagasta Visits General
Woodford at the Amtr
Madrid, Oct 6.— Senor Moret, the
minister fcr the colonies, It is semi-
officially announced, has decided to
apply as soon as possible all the meas-
ures which are comprised in the pro-
gram of the Liberals, regarding the
Antilles, including all that is neces-
sary for the application of autonomy
for Cuba in the form permitted by the
Captain General W'eyler has written
an official letter to General Azcarraga,
forwarded before the resignation of
the Azcarraga cabinet, in the course
of which he declares that the condi-
tion of Cuba has "improved to a re-
markable degree" since the date when
he assumed control in the Island. The
captain general says: "The country
has received a fresh lease of life."
lie asserts that the Spanish general
commanding in the eastern provinces
reports an uninterrupted service of
trains on all the railroads. The let-
ter, which is generally commented up-
on, alleges that the Spanish army In
Cnba is "beiug maintained in excel-
lent state despite the fact that the
pay is six months in arrears.
Senor Sagasta, the premier, was the
first visitor at the United States lega-
tion yesterday morning. Ilis inter-
view with General Woodford was cor-
dial, but absolute reservo is main-
tained as to what passed in the conver-
OMAHA STOCK YARDS
ate ICujolnad From Enforcing the
Kate of the New Law.
Lincoln, Neb.,Oct. fl.—Federal Judge
Munger yesterday rendered nn opin-
ion granting a temporary injunction in
the case of the South Omaha Stock
Yards Company against the state of
Nebraska. The decision is in many
respects, exactly opposite to that ren-
dered by Judge Foster at Topeka in a
similar case, involving the Kansas
City 6tock yards.
The plaintiff, Greenlief W. Simpson,
whois an Eastern stockholder of the
company, seeks to prevent the direc-
tors from putting into effect the
charges made for caring for stock, as
provided for in an act passed by the
Kansas City Priests of Pallas Open the
Kansas City, Ma, Oct. <1—Pallas
Athene rode through the Btreets of
Kansas City last night at the head of
what was universally conceded to have
been the finest parade ever presented
by the Priests of Pallas. It was seen
by more people than ever before, and
in every respect it was the most suc-
cessful parade yet given.
The subject chosen, "Hans Christian
Andersen s Fairy Tales," was not only
susceptible to artistic treatment in the
highest degree, but it was a subject
which appealed to popular fancy. It
Is estimated that 300,000 people wit-
nessed the parade.
LETTER FROM GOMEk.
The Cuban General Write* Bucourug«
ln*ly of the Situation.
Nrw York. Oct U.—Thomas Estrada
Pal ma, chief of the Cuban junta, hat
received a letter from General Gomez,
commander-in-chief of the Cuban
army, in which he said: "Weyler's
successor in Cuba, in order to cope
with the rebellion at its present
standing, will be obliged to demand
?0i),000 troops, and 8100 000,000,
and even then he will fall
as ignominously as Weyler has
failed. Our men were never imbued
with a more hopeful spirit than they
are at present The campaign in Las
Villas has been an utter failure. The
8panlsh soldiers avoided us at every
opportunity. This served to encour-
age our men. I am glad to say that
we are all confident of ultimate suc-
cess. If Weyler bo recalled his suc-
cessor hero, whoever he may be, will
be surprised to see the spirit of vic-
tory which animates the brave Cuban
Madrid, Oct 0.—The advent of the
Liberal party to power has been re-
markably well received throughout
the whole peninsula, and it is popu-
larly credited that a moro salutary
regi ne in Cuba will be at once ini-
tiated with the recall of General Wey-
ler as the onening step. It is
understood that his successor will
be General Blanco, former governor
general of the Phillipines, consid-
ered the softest hearted soldier in
Spain. He is a subtle and kindly pol-
itician, and will, as a warrior, always
be prone to employ pacific in prefer-
ence to violent measures. He will be
fully authorized to approach the
rebels with a view to arriving at a
mutual agreement for the cessation
orhostilities Should he not go a gen-
eral will in any case be sent whose
modus operandi will be mercy and
conciliation, not extermination and
Ill FIIKS HI.
THE SUBURBS OF CHICAGO
MUCH DAMAGE IS DONE
THE END IS IN
the Luetgert Trial Has
Rested Its Case.
CmcAQo, Oct fl.—The end of the
famous Luetgert trial is nearer than
was thought. The defense yesterday
rested its case and there is nothing
now to come but the rebuttal evidence
of the state and the arguments of the
attorneys—probably about two weeks
in all. Luetgert did not testify.
General John Wattshorn Dead.
Baltimore, Md., Oct 0.—General
John Wattshorn. who had been a
leader in Grand Army and political
circles, died at his home, the Forest,
In Prince George's county, yesterday.
He served with distinction in all the
great battles from Gettysburg and
was shot through the body and left
for dead on the field. He was breveted
brigadier general for bravery.
Chloago to llave a Heer War.
CniCAOO, Oct 0.—Chicago is des-
tined to have cheap beer for a time,
and a beer fight thrown Into the bar-
gain. A war of extermination was
threatened by the beer trust to-day on
the rebellious brewers who remain
outside the breastworks. It is re-
ported unofficially that an immediate
cut In the price from 84.50 to $4 will
be made, and that the prices will be
scaled down to 92 even, if need be, be-
fore the fight is finished.
General Shelby's Daughter Weds.
Adrian, Mo., Oct 6.—Frederick W.
Jersig, a well known young business
man of Kansas City, and Miss Anna
Boswell Shelby, daughter of the late
General Jo O. She: by. were married
at the Shelby home, near this city, at
7 o'clock last evening. Kev. Dr. T. J.
May of Kansas City officiated. The
wedding was a quiet affair.
Masons Appeal to the Prltr.s.
Montreal, Can., Oct d.—A great _
schism is threatened among the Ma- rejected. 70 174*c
Denver's Annual Festival.
Denver, Col., Oct fl.—A conserva-
tive estimate of the number of the
strangers who have come to Denver to
participate in the city's great annual
carnival, christened Festival of Moun-
tain and Plain, is 40,000. All portions
of the western mountain country are
represented in the vast throngs crowd-
ing the streets and taxing the city's
For Robbing the Government.
Washington, Oct 6—The grand
jury of the district has returned three
ndictments against Francis J. Kieck-
ihofer, late disbursing officer of the
state department, charging him with
embezzling over 835,000 of govern-
ment funds in 1895, and with appro-
priating to his own use 815,000 worth
of government bonds.
Another Spanish Revolution Feared.
London, Oct fl —The Evening Stand-
ard, commenting upon the Spanish
crisis, expresses fear that the firm at-
titude assumed by the queen regent
and the appointment of Senor Sagasta
to form a new cabinet are too late and
that Spain has yet another revolution
to go through, perhaps the most ter-
rible of all.
An Omaha Official In Contempt.
Omaiia, Neb. Oct 0.—Judge Scott
this morning issued an attachment for
contempt for R. E. L. Ilerdman of the
Omaha police commission, who voted
against the reinstatement of Detective
Cox, ordered by the judge.
A Girl Horned to Death at Leavenworth.
Leavenworth, Kan., Oct 0 —Misa
Blanche Ludolph, aged 16, of Weir
City, who was here visiting her uncle,
Madison M. Liff, fell last nlfrht with a
lamp, which exploded, set fire to her
clothes and caused her painful death
Kansas City Grain and Live Stock.
Hard Wheat—Na 1, &3^c Na 2, 83tfc; Na
8. 81c Na 4, 77 ; rejected. 72c.
Soil Wheat—No. . 91c, Na 3, 88c; Na
4, 80 t,84 rejected. 74c.
Spring Wheat — Na 2, 78c; Na 3, 76;
ions of Canada. A new lodge has been
started composed of French and Ital-
ians under a charter of the Grand
Orient of France, which does not be-
lieve in the bible. Other lodges dis-
own them and have written to the
Prince of Wales for instructions.
Train Robbers Captnred-
Fargo, N. D., Oct 6.—Officers have
rounded up all the men implicated in •hipped, 1,6*6 cattle; no calves.
Corn -Mixed, Na 2. 24Vfc; Na 3. 24c. Na
4,23c; nogrude, 21«~i 2c. White Corn—No. 2,
24*. Na 3,24c Na .. 237fc23*c.
Oats— m xed — Na 2. 18j Na 3, 17c$
Na 4, 16c; Na 2 white, 20c; Na a 18Kc;
Na 4, 17vit*ia
Kye—Na 2. 43c: Na 3 41c: Na 4, 40c.
Uran—42c in 100-lb sacks.
Hay — Choice prairie. 600. Na 1
16.50, Na 2, «.4.5J@i.OO. Na 3, 14;
choice timothy. 8.0) N«. L <.6 j0®7 0J;
No. 2 *'ixu^<a6.O0; clover, mixed. *3 00^,6 oa
Cattle—Recelp s, 11.566: calves. 420;
Sidewalks Destroyed snd Lots Swept
Ovar—FIreuieu Worn Out—Siuokr
Renders Navigation Dlffloult —
The Flames Especially ISad
Across the Indiana
Chicago, Oct. 6. — Extremely hot
weather for October is now prevailing
in this section. During the past
twenty-four hours the thermometer in
this city went up to 86 degrees, and,
according to the signal service records
this is the highest point that has been
registered in October In twenty-seven
years. Dense smoke aggravates the
condi tions and many wrecks on the
lake are expected, navagation being
carried on only with extreme difficulty.
Chicago's southern wards and su-
burbs are surrounded by prairie Area
Hundreds of acres have been burned
over, and thousands of sidewalks and
fencing have been consumed. Fire-
men in this division of the city are
completely exhausted fighting prairie
fires by day and night Most of the
fires are started by sparks from loco-
motives, and not infrequently by mis'
ehievous boys, who set the grass on
fire for excitement
A dispatch from Bremen, Ind., savs
that hundreds o* acres of land in the
northern portion of Mtu-shall county,
comprising what is locally known as
the "Big Marsh," is one vast smolder-
ing waste. Just west of Walkerton
more than 1,000 acres has been swept
of every vestige of vegetation, many
thousands of tons of hay and miles of
fenccs having been consumed.
The Kansas Insurance Magnate Sur-
prised lo Bis Injunction Suit
Toi'EiA, Kan., Oct 6 —The Harrl
son C'larkson injunction suit against
Webb McNall, Insurance commissioner
came up for hearing before Judge
Hazen this morning and Clarkson
swore that his rates were purely ad-
Frank S. Thomas, a local insurance
agent, flatly contradicted Clarkson
and testified that the Clarkson rates
were generally accepted as those for
Kansas and that agents here adopted
them with that understanding. He
supposed all other agents did the same.
L. M. Crawford, who owns several
opera houses in Kansas, said that he
had been trying for years to get
lower rates, but the agents told him
that Clarkson made the rates and that
they had no authority to change
them. He said he had a house in
Beatrice, a greater risk than his
houses here, which was insured for 3
per cent while he paid 3 per cent
here. He had been told v-* way of
explanation that the Cl| cson rates
governed here but not in ..ebraska.
HAD THREE WIVES.
Slater, Mo., Scandalized by a Stranger's
Record as a Polygatnlst.
Slater, Mo , Oct 6 —About a fort-
night ago a horse trainer who called
himself R. F Rlggs arrived here.
Last night J. K. Twyman, constable
of Armstrong, came after him, but
Biggs had jurt left town with a horse
and buggy. His real name is said to
be Smith, and he is believed to have
three wives, and two children by the
second, to whom he was married in
Leonard, Shelby county, and who is
now with her parents in Armstrong.
The first wife came from Illinois,
and the third was Miss Lola Kruse of
Armstrong. The third's marriage to
Smith was her second, her first hav-
ing been annuled because the man to
whom she had been married, a com-
mercial traveler named Greene, had
been a bigamist
Veiled Prophets Pageant.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct 6.—Early last
evening the principal streets of this
?lty were lined with people nwaltlng
the passing of the Veiled Prophet
pageant. The crowds finally became
so dense that traffic was stopped. The
pageant started about 8 o'clock, and
continued for two hours! It consisted
jf twenty-two gorgeous floats, the
finest that have yet participated in
the annua] event
llenrl Rocehfort Married the Third Time
Paris, Oct. 6.—Victor Henri, Count
le Rochefort-Lucay, better known as
Henn Itochefort, the versatile French
journalist, has, at the age of 6rt, mar-
ried for the third time. The brido
was Milo. Marguerite Vernvoort, a
sister of Andre Vernvoort, the editor
of Le Jour.
Choked to Death by a Thimble.
Sjcdalia, Mo., Oct 0.—Mary, the
5-ounif daughter of Edward Dixon, liv
leg south of here swallowed a thirab'.e
yesterday and was choked to death.
Thousands of Burros for Alaska.
Antojcio, Texas, Oct *-An
the recent Northern Pacific passenger Ch^o to
'£SSS A'asUa. Sever,, carloads have
cows, II 6> ft3 6i: native feeders, *3.7i& already been shipped to Chicago, from
4.40; native Blockers, «3 25®*.33. , which place they will be forwarded to
Hogs - Receipts 6.760 shipped. 100, The Alaska.
market was > to 10c lower. The top sala |
i8.'J - and the bulk of sales 13.70. I Liquor Causes a Double Crime.
8heej>—Receipts, 10.016; dipped, aoj. | St. Louis, Oct. «.-During a drunken
train hold up, near Moorhead. All
the men wanted are under surveil-
lancet Confessions extorted from a
woman by the sweat box process gave
the officers the information needed.
Black serge or cashmere dresses a re
improved aud cleansed by being
sponged with the following mixture;
A tablespoonfui of ammonia and an-
other of spirits of wine to thres of
22 nat lb.. 76..6 10
2 na iba 5..4 7j
b nat lba 62..4 0 )
I quarrel late last night George P.
6 nat lbs 88. 6 00 Pfeiffer, a stenographer, shot his
es*." i&.'.lJt.J ™ 'ath®r-ln-law, Robert Delaney,
88 ST7 lbs .124. 3 70
2i sw &... 96. .8 50 through the head and then killed him-
WUtma. ft..sso wit
AN ESCAPED CONVICT
la Taken in Near the Sac and Fez
SiiAWNie, o. T.,Oct 6.—John Blank-
eilhlp, an escaped convict from tbe
penitentiary at Leaveuworth, Kan.,
was captured yesterday noar the Sac
and Fox agency by James Comes, who
waa at one time in the above peniten-
tiary with Blankenahio, The prisoner
was brought to Shawnee this morning
and they are now awaiting a guard to
take him bask. Mr. Cornea will get
$60 and expenses for the enpture.
Rlankenahipjwhen captured wa9 in a
field picking cotton.
tlond Trouh * In Blackwell,
Col. B. N. Woodson, a Newkirk at-
torney, came to the capital last night
to aecure through Judge Dale an order
to restrain the trustees of the town of
Blsckwell from issuing snd disposing
of 924.000 water works bonds, The
application is sworn to by J. L Potts,
a resident and tsx payer of Black
well, who alleges that on the 30th of
September an election was held at
Blackwell for the ostensible purpose
of voting $24,000 water works bonds,
but really to be used as a bonus to aid
in the construction of the Hutchinson,
Oklahoma & Gulf railroad. The
plaintiff avers that the assessed valu-
ati >n of all the property, personal and
real, in the town of Blackwell, is but
871,300 and that the proposed issue of
834 0(0 in bonds is clearly illegal
Judge Dale refused to take action upon
th<writ, on tne ground that he bad
not he legal right to U6ue orders to
beofiff'ct on another judge, unless
the matter should be prebented before
him in his capacity as chief justice.
Attorney Woocaon accordingly re-
turned to Newkirk this morning, where
he will apply to Probate Judge Neff
for a restraining order.
I makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
Molding for tletter Prices.
Payne county cotton growers are
dis-atisfied with the present low
priees, and at a meeting beld in Still-
water perfected arrangements for hold-
ing their cotton and storing it free of
c >st The plan adopted Is lor the city
o furnish tho yard where it may br
stored. A competent person will be
in charge and every bale received will
be registered. Insurance will be taken
oat on the entire lot as fast as it ac-
cumulates so that owners will be pro
tected against lo6s by fire. Then
should holders desire to borrow money
0'i it they can do so upon much more
f&vorab e terms than when holding
the cotton themselves, as lenders feel
much more secure for the reason that
there is no danger of the cotton being
hauli d away without their kr owledge.
Another advantage to the growers is
that it will be tbe means of getting a
large quantity of cotton together and
tt *y can sell to better advantage than
in individual lots.
Indians After Outlaws.
A posse of Cheyenne Indian?, headed
by Deputy United States Marshal
Eugene Hall, of Woodward, will be
aeat aft< r the bandits who beld up the
Rock Islai d passenger train at Chick
asha, if the trail of the bandits can be
found in Western Oklahoma. The
Cheyennes have great admiration for
Ball, and will gladly assist in the pur-
suit of tbe fugitives.
MSO POttOIN OO., MCW VOBR.
New Cases Reported by the
Health noard's Rnlletln.
W a sitington, Oct. a—The yellow
fever bnllctin issued by Surgeon Gen-
eral Wyman of the Marine hospital
service summarizes yesterday's pro-
gress of yellow fever epidemic as fol-
New Orleans, 24 new cases; no
Biloxl, 11 new cases; no deaths.
EJwrrds, 18 new cases; 2 deaths.
Ocean Springs, Miss., no new cases
Nltta, Miss , 2 new eases; no deaths.
Mobile report delayed.
At Scran ton, on the 1st 2d and 3d,
there were 30 new cases, and on tha
3d, 1 deaths.
Twenty-four refugees were admitted
to the camp at Fontainbleu yesterday
and 6d discharged. Dr. White r-porta
the camp io good condition.
HE HAD ELEVEN WIVES.
Dr. William Six Sentenced to the Bllnola
Penitentiary for Digamy.
Bpbinofield, III., Oct 0.—Dr. Will-
iam Six pleaded guilty in the Sanga-
mou circuit court to the charge of
bigamy, and was given an indefinite
senteuce, under the new law, to Ches-
ter penitentiary. The complaint waa
made by Jamea Hornung, brother of
Miss Katie Hornung of Berry, I1L, his
latest victim, whom he married last
spring, when ho had ten other undl-
vorced wives living in various cities in
Indiuna, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma
and Texas. Miss Uornung, with an
unaccountable infatuation, stuck to
Six to the last. He la a veterinary
surgeon, about 40 yeara old, and fairly
Ponca's Lit lit.
Ponca Cily Courier: Ponca City is
now only a little over one year in ar-
rears on her new indebtedness, and is
rapidly paying herself out of debt
The revenue from saloons alone is $200
a montb, from taxes £501 a year, ann
from other sources $800 a year. In the
*arly part of next year the city will be
paid nearly out of debt.
Don't fail to see Spot in her wonder-
ful mathematical calculations It will
mystify and interest you, and you will
isk yourself the question "Can ani
mals reason?" Guthrie, Oct. 13, one
Quotations of Various Staples by Local
Jallf Chicago and N -w York Urtln snd
Reported by J. L. Williams, room 14, Gray
block, Guthrie, Oklahoma:
Up to close of market October 0. 1807.
W 40-41 #<5 46
HOTEL BLOWN DOWN.
Two Men Killed and Ten lujured by
Collapso of a Dulldlng.
Charlevoix, Mich., Oct 6.—Two
men are dead and ten Injured as the
result of the blowing down of a big
new hotel at Lindsay park yesterday
afternoon. About forty men were at
work in and around the building
when the crash came. It is asserted
that tho building was not properly
braced, and tho workmen blame
Charles Ilerst, the supervising car-
penter, who is now out of town. The
building is a total wreca, and tho
loss wiK be many ousands of dollars.
to curb a cold in onb day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists .efund the money if it
fails to cure. 25c.
IN DANGER OF LYNCHING.
Will roley Taken From Liberty to the
County Jail In Kansas City.
Kansas City. Mo., Oct 6.—William
Foley of Liberty, charged with the
murder of his mother and sister, was
brought to the county jail In this city
last night by the sheriff of Clay
county. The feeling against Foley is
growing stronger daily in Liberty and
vicinity, aud a lynching was feared
were Foley allowed to remain there.
Francis M. Wade, who shot and
killed Alex Schamel near Liberty
three weeks ago during a quarrel over
a fonce was ulso brought here by Dep-
uty Sheriff Cane and placed in jail.
COLD FOR HAYTI.
Paper Money to lie Retired In Pa tor
of the Yellow MetaL
Washington, Oct ft.—W. P. Powell,
minister to llayti, in a letter to Sec-
retary Sherman, states that a propo-
sition is now pending before the
Chamber of Deputies looking to the
consolidation of several debts of the
republic into one national debt, tho
reduction of the high rate of ex-
change, destruction of the present
paper money in use and substitution
for it of a gold currenoy, based on
our unit of value, the American gold
Tbe military drill is one of the
special features of tbe Hawkins and
Loomis dog and pony show. In it we
find tbe truly wonderful, the marvel-
ous beyond conception. No company
of veteran toidiers ever were more per-
fect in performing intricate evolutions
than are the equine enthusiasts of tbe
Professor's school. At Guthrie, Oct.
28, One day only,
Debs Going to Kansas.
Topeka, Kan., Oct. 6 —Eugene Debs
will come to Kansas the latter part of
the month to deliver a series of ad-
dresses on Social Democracy in this
state. He has accepted an invitation
from G. C. Clemens to do so. Mr.
Clemens has informed him that in
j(jj Kansas there is quite a goou deal of
<*) *5-46 raw material for a strong organization
*** ft* I of Social Democracy, but that it re-
Cotton | qu res a man of his prominence and
! ability to work it up. Neither dates
nor details have been arranged as yet
Don't fail to see "Mousie," the
greatest clown pony on earth. After
the performance the audience will be
invited tc come Into the ring and ex-
amin our pets. The children will en*
jov themselves by riding the ponies
and feeding them candies and apples.
They er joy your visits. Hawkins St
Loomis' dog and pony show. Guthrie,
Ost 13, one day only.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897, newspaper, October 7, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121343/m1/1/: accessed November 24, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.