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VOLUME XXII
SATURDAY MORNING
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State Capital
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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. Et( i " ! EK :?4. l'JIO EIGHT PAGES SATURDAY MOUNINC,
Fte 'tali
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WASHINGTON.
Dec. 23.—Oklahoma
Saturday warmer in
west; Sunday fair
and warmer.
NUMBER 213
PITIFUL WAS
CONDITION OF
BLIND GIRLS
President of State Medical Ex-
aminers Board Demands an
Investigation
BLIND SCHOOL ECA2TDAL
Heads of Children Taken to
Muskogee Covered With Lie;
ard Clothing Deplorable
Classed as Outrage and Looks
Like Another Investigation
MUSKOGEE. Okln . Die. 23.—nr.
\V. T. Tilly, president of the state
board of medical examiners has issued
a statement to the press of Oklahoma
In which he makes serious and sensa-
tional charges against the management
of the state school for the blind at
Fort Gibson.
When Dora, Addie and Clara How-
ard. the Hire" little girls who were
brought from the blind school to the
Muskogee hospital here for an opera-
tion upon their eye:-. were taken In-
to the hospital their heads were cov-
ered with lice, according to the doc-
fors, and their clothes were in a de-
1 lorable condition.
"If such a condition of affairs is
allowed to exl3t at the blind school
at Fort Gibson, it is a disgrace to the
state of Oklahoma," Dr. Tilly declar-
ed.
Miss Barnard Called.
Dr. Tilly last week called the atten-
tion of Miss Kate Barnard, commis-
sioner of corrections and charities,
to the way In which the blind school
is being managed and ordered that a
thorough and Immediate investiga-
tion be made.
Dr. Tilly, in his statement, also de- I
clares that the operation performed
upon Dora. Addie and Clara Howard
at the Muskogee hospital by Dr. W. M.
Nagle, was nothing wonderful and that
such operations are being performed
• \ erv day. Hr. i'ltiy uee.«it s thai,
the girls were never blind although
their eyesight was affect.d.
He brands publishing of the story
which he declares untrue, as cheap
advertising and the worst form of
quackery but adds that he does not
believe that either Dr. Nagle or Dr.
Calahan. who assisted him. had any-
thing to do with the issuing
story Incidentally, h«
each of the physicians.
FOOLISH VIRGIN
ltd EXECUTED
WHO GPP65E8
Rebels in Mexico Seem to Coma
and Go as they V ish About
Chihuahua
GOVERN^ .v;*"1 KEPT. BUSY
^
Re ^vo>V .ents Continue to
^nV . e at the Front Wireless
.owers Being Equipted News-
paper Correspondents Order id
Cat of Trouble Zone
LOANED TO CANADA
fWPIPJ!
Me
Dc
US. An
| CHIHUAHUA.
i American who has been ten days
with the insurrecto forces returned
j today bringing the news that the lut
ter recently executed ten civilians hos-
i lib- to the revolt. Their number in-
{ eludes oil*) judge.
While the revolutionists surround-
ed Navarro at l'endarnals, his posl-
i tlon is, according to his information,
not precarious. He could march out
with his force and do battle, but Is
awaiting reinforcements. When he
wishes fresh beef he is compelled to
send a good fighting force for small
parties are not safe.
Gerald Brandon, the Mexican Herald
correspondent, who has been with th«*
federal forces, and for whose safety
It M. CHAi'NL^N
Mr. Robert Hollister Chapman, a
member of the topographic t.'aff of
the United States geological survey,
who was lo.ned to Canada to assist
the development of the methods of
topographical work in regions not
adapted to the use of the camera, has
just r turned to Washington after
eighteen months of service in various
parts of the Dominion, lie may re-
turn for further work under the Do-
minion government, which has high
appreciation of his abilities.
MKS PATRICK CAMPbHLL
VHO APPEARED IN" "THE;
TOQLI5H VJKQ-irC"
NEW YORK, Dec. 2:i.-New York, ye „aVe 1?,.,.n „nteI.tllinfd,
°° S ' ' returned here last night. He left the
r office order
J ... . orrespondents be al-
A.rmaury. The piny. orlKlnnliy n | ]nw(ir1 %v|th the trool)S. R ,v gomer-
has Its first view of "The
Virgin." when Mr-. Patrick Campbell ^my pur3uant to
appealed in the stellar role as lannyi .
play, originally a
French production, was given at the
Knickerbocker theatre, and the aud-
ience seemed to like this unusual and I
unconventional drama which turns
topsy turvy such ideas of morality
arid Immorality as are harbored In
this placid city.
m TR/C
,1F
of the
compliments
RADFORD 15 NUT QIIIL1T
JURY ONLY OUT 11 MINUTES
Former Grain Inspector of Kan-
sas Relieved of Charge of Mis-
appropriation of Funds Man
Crotts Did Not Help
KANSAS CITY, Mo„ Dec. 23 -John
W. Radford, ex-grain inspector of
Kansas, was found not guilty of mis-
appropriating state funds whll< in of-
fice by a jury here today. The Jury
was out but eleven minutes. A verdict
was reached on the first ballot.
The prosecution alleged that Rad-
ford had empowered A. D. Crotts. his
chief clerk, to sign checks and draw-
money from the department's bank
account. Later. when an investiga-
tion of the books was talked of, it was
assert."i. Raiford advlaed Crotts to
go to Mexico. This Radford denied on
the witness stand today. He sr. id
when shortages appeared Crotts failed
to make good a promise to remain at
the office end help straighten out the
tangle.
POSTAL SHVINiiS BANK
MACHINERY ALL IN ORDER
Forty Eight Second Class Post-
masters Have Finished Course
of Instructions in Washington
and Have Returned Home
UNAVAILING SEARCH MADE
Believed North Sea Hold Story
of Aviator's Death- Gale Must
Have Caught Him on Return
Across Channel
LONDON, Dec. 23.—With the ap-
proach of midnight and no tidings yet
of Cecil S. Grace, the intripid young
aviator, who disappeared Thursday
afternoon, while essaying a return
across tin channel (light from ('alias
to Dover in an aeroplane, the belief
generally prevails in London that the
old North sea holds somewhere on Its
turbulent breast the story of a trag-
edy.
Kvery nook and corner—on shore
and Inland—where it was thought that
young Grace might have landed, was
searched today, but unavailingly; and |
the boats that churned the channel I
and portions of the North sea on the
look out for the youth or wreckage of |
his machine likewise reported that. I
their search had been In vain.
field, who has been observing opera-
tions from the insurrecto side, also re-
turned. Somerfleld was fired upon
a week ago and one shot grazed bis
left arm. Ho was otherwise un-
hurt.
A daring squad of four insurrectos
r.couts rode into this city last night
distributing circulars stating that citi-
zens should remain In doors tomor-
row afternoon, as the rebels intended
to enter the city. The warning Is not
regarded as seriously. A patrol
eight soldiers who fired many shots
drove them from the streets, and they
disappeared in the direction of the
mountains.
More than a thousand reinforce
ments are In the city. A wireless
tower has been erected at tile peniten-
tiary and troops arriving today hav
brought material for another towe
to be erected in the disaffected dis-
trict.
Government troops which started a
week ago from Sonorn. are reported
Tcontinueo on PAGE TWO]
ffllSTMJS OF
TO BE SPENT WITH FRIEND
eion Joe Will Be Home From
Military Academy Daughter
and Grand Daughter Will
Join Holiday Party
ALL THAT'S LEFT OF PI ANT
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.
carried with him petroleum I Governor Haskell and member:
Dec
23.—
of bis
sufficient for a flight
hours. His biplane
with pontoons. Grac
jacket, but in case of
of about five
was not fitted
wore a cork
a fall into the
water he would have been encumbered
by his heavy fur-lined top boots.
The general belief Is that it would
be impossible for his machine to float
for any great length of time unless the
aviator was rescued by a ship bound
for some distant port there is slender
hone that he escaped death in the
ROOSEVELT HONOR GUEST
family will spend Christmas Jay at their
rooms in the bee Hucklns hotel. Mrs.
Harriet Weeks of Muskogee, sister ot
Mrs. Haskell, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nib-
lack of Guthrie and Joe Haskell will Ik? ;
with them. Mrs. Nlblack is a daughter.
Joe has been attending school at the J
Culver Military Academy at Culver, lnd. |
HARBOR WAS EASILY SEEN
Aviator Hoxey Makes Inspection
of Los Angeles Shipping
Fire Finally Completes Destruo
tion After Explosion of Morris
Packing Plant- Seven Firemen
Are on the Missing List—
Coroners Inquest in Progress
CHICAGO. Dec. 23.— Not until 9:^1
o'clock this morning was the Morris
packery fire completely under control.
The entire plant, except one ware-
house is In ruins.
At midnight it was thought the fire
was under control, but it broke out
anew.
Church congregations are holding
special prayers for the dead, flags
are at half mast and several funds
are being raised for the stricken fam-
ilies..
DEATH LIST TWENTY-FOUR
Lannon, captain In the fire department
injured at th<j stockyards fire her.
yesterday, died late today. This makes
the official list of dead twenty-four.
Coroner Hoffman, following a day's
investigation with members of a jury,
announced that the inquest would
be opened on next Wednesday morn-
ing.
A peculiarly pathetic scene occur-
red at the fire this afternoon when
the body of Captain Dennis Doyle, the
last to be recovered, was taken from
the ruins. Pipeman Edw'ard Doyle, a
son of the captain, collapsed when the
body of bis father was found.
Edward Doyle had been at the fire
for nearly thirty-six hours. He bad
assisted in finding the body of bis
brother, Nicholas Doyle, also killed
In the flre, and refused to leave until
that of bis father was recovered.
The citizen's relief committee of
which Harlow N. Higginbotham is
chairman, and John J. Mitchell treas-
urer, established headquarters at a
downtown bank today. Tt was an-
nounced that a fund of $250,000 is de-
sired. Of tills $50,000 has been sub-
scribed when the committee's office
closed for today.
BALDWIN'S
G0L8 OWE
HER KO CHANCE
Nil's Turnbull Fired Her Parting j
Shot at Attorneys Who
Faced the Jury
NOW FOR IMPEACHMENT i
Charges Letters and Her Name
Forged by Some Persons Gor-
ing Paid From Millions De-
fenseless Woman Has No,
Chance Against Millions"
I.OS ANGKT.ES. Cal., Deo. 2:!.- j
"Lucky" Baldwin's gold could do any- i
j thing against a defenseless woman."
This was one of the parting shafts
launched at opposing attorm \ s and to
the jury by Mrs. Lillian Turnbull be-
fore she ended her testimony today in
the contest of her daughter, Beatrice,
for nearly a quarter of the $11,000,000
estate the old turfman left when he
died nearly two years ago.
The record of the woman's testimony
at the trial of her $75,000 seduction
suit against Paldwln has been de-
stroyed, and the attorneys for the
state are endeavoring to secure her
present version of that testimony pre-
paratory to introducing evidence for
Impeachment.
Seventeen of her alleged letters
were Introduced and she declared
ery one of them "base, atrocious for-
geries, perpetrated by a villain In the
mploy of that treacherous man. Jas.
R. Wood" Wood Is the Boston detec-
ployed by Colonel Albert Pope,
whom Mrs. Turnbull previously de-
clared "sold me out to Baldwin.
Says Forqed Letter.
One letter contained this sentence:
"I resisted Lucky Baldwin more
than I did Colonel Pope, for T loved
Colonel Pope. I shall never betray
bis name. A woman never betrays
the man she loves. Never!"
Mrs. Turnbull declared she never
wrote this nor anything like It. al-
though It is quoted ns part of the evi-
dence in the decision rendered by
Judge Charles Slack, who presided in
the seduction case.
Mrs, Turnbull safd she did'wit tes-
tify regarding her alleged marriage
by contract to Baldwin in the former
case because she had not been asked.
"Did you testify that there had been
a promise of marriage?" was asked of
her.
Married Without Promise.
"No." Mrs. Turnbull replied. "1 did
not so testify. T did say therejiad
' fc^TfTNUED ON PAGE TWO]
EiTiiT hi i 4 tl
SELECTED BY PRESIDENT
Was First Count} Chairman in
Oklahoma to Endorse Willia-i
H. Taft and Now Gets His
Reward
HUSBAND WRONG
m
■Slier
MH5 KAY GAUL
NEW YOKIi. Dec. So.—"Mr. Caul
has done me a great wrong and h'1
has done Mr. Smith a great Injustice,"
said Mrs Lillian Higgins Oaul, refer-
ring to the divorce suit brought by
her husband and the suit against
Mayor William N. Smith, of Bogota,
N. J., for $ri0,000 for alleged aliena-
tions of Ills wife's affections. Mrs.
Oaul Is at her father's home In Rldge-
field park.
"I will Hie my answer through my
attorneys in a few days," she added,
"and until then I do not care to dis-
cuss the cases except to say that no
time have I ever gone out with Mr.
Smith unescorted and there are n*
grounds whatever on which my bus
band's absurd accusations can b«
based.
Mrs. Gaul has been living with her
father since she left her husband last
spring. Ray Caul, the husband, who Is
In the engineering department of the
Lackawanna Railroad, is living In
Peterson.
Mayor Smith, who Is fifty years
lust twice the age of Mrs. Gaul, who
Is three years younger than her ath-
letic husband, declared today that he
is prepared not onl.v to vindicate him-
self and Mrs. Gaul, but will seek legal
redress If such a thing is possible.
Order to Locomotive Engineers
Is Expected at Any Moment
in Oklahoma
MAY BE PEACE
General Managers Said to Have
Practically Agreed to Many
Concessions Labor Commis-
sioner Makes Final Effort to
Prevent Strike
CHICAGO, Dec. 28. With railroad
managers and locomotive engineer* on
verge of an open ruptur • and the
most gigantic strike n nirxid his-
tory hut a few hours oif, l^abor Com-
missioner Neill late toiiigat siuyc.d
strike order and aved the way
.• ieir.e'i*. -'lie is*
will be determin-
i;Aj kuas a volcano
STRANGE EARTH OPENINGS
Quake and Rumbling Followed
Opening of Earth Near Dodge
City - Professor Hawarth Fails
to Finu Bottom
DODOE ci
fessor Era sin
versitv of Ka
vestIgatlon of
fishures whi<
in the earth <
twenty miles
', K in., Dec. 23.—Pro-
Hawarth, of the unl-
as, today made an in-
due peculiar and large
hav
for an -iinieabi
sue of peace or
ed tomorrow.
At mldnlfiht the chances appeared
on the aide of peace.
A compromise which Mr. Neill con-
sidered fair to both sides was pre-
sented tt) the leaders, too late for tho
committee to get together to act upon
It. Each fide will discuss it tomor-
row and if it 1<j acceptable, an agree-
ment may be signed by noon.
Saw No Settlement
Early In the evening It appeared
that a strike wis imminent. Grand
Chief Stone, of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Fnginecrs, declared ha
siw no hope of a settlement and with
bin advisory board was preparing to
Issue a strike order.
Home of the committee men were
making arangements to leave the
city and hurry to their respective di-
visions to he ready for the clash. Mr.
Stone Intimated It was but a ques-
tion of ri f''\\ hours when the bulletin
ordering the men to leave their cabs
would be Issued.
At 7 o'clock Mr. Neill telephoned
Mr. Stone to meet him at a hotel at'
once, with the members of the advis-
ory board. When Mr. Stone and his
eommitteernerf rH^HiwI "TT?o- hotel. Mr,
Neill presented the compromise agree-
ment.
Concessions ot Both.
It provides for some concessions on
both shies, though Its accordance, it
is said, will g '-e the men a good ad-
vunci- over the offer made them by
the managers.
That It will he accepted by the ren-
lately nppe<
the L. E. Wiilte ranch,
uthwest of here. The
professor was unable after his cursory
exan. nation, to determine the cause
of ti phenomonea. He will make a
more extjend< d examlnut Ion n Ithin the j ABANDONS PER CENTAGF.
next few weeks. _
The largest of the fishures is about j
three hundred yards long and three i
feet wide. Another is about fifty yards I
long and two feet across at the wid-
est part. V la-lat forty f^et long fail-
ed to touch the bottom of the open-
{CONTINUED ON PAGr- TWOl
in r tim i\nnm n
Crop Reports Will Be Made in
the Future To Be Quantitative
Interpretation of All Grains
Grown
„ i LOS ANGEL
Publishers Will Banquet Night of|Arrh H,xs,v, t
January 6.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23.—All Is ' n'^
ready for starting the machinen ot
the postal savings I anks ti rOUghOt t j
the country on January The l<>n j
eight postmasters who have been
Washington acquiring Information ^
concerning the management "I " <'
postal savings bank work have mi 1
ed their training at Postmastt-r ' ' ti
< •;11 Hitchcock's offie- and tin last > f
them departed for home tonight. All
tire postmasters at second-class post
offices,
NEW PRESIDENT OF CHILE
SANTIAGO, Chile. Dec. 21 'Ionian
NEW YORK, Dcc. 28.—-The Periodical
I Publishers association of America, will
.appeari
I hold its anni.al dinner at the WailoiTl,
I Astoria on the evening of January fit1
[and former President Roosevelt will he
It lie guest of honor and will make the
principal speech. This will be Colonel
Roosevelt first p ihlie utterance in
New York since election.
Champ Clark, prominently mentioned
,,s (he next speaker of the house. Rishop
Charles D. Williams of Detroit and
F'-nnei' i TTeney of San Erancifeco, also
Calif., Dec. 23.—
aviator, made an
inspection from his Wright bi-plane
of the inner and outer harbors of
Los Angeies today from a height of
3.300 feet. Erom this distance be
fre speck in the sky to
those below. Hoxsey reported after-
j ward that he vas able to see the ships
and docks distinctly from that dis-
tance and could have drawn accurate
EUSINESS BLOCK BURNED
Starting From Defective Flue in
Drug: Store Flames Devour
Entire Half Block Loss in
Neighborhood of Fifteen Thou-
sand Bucket Erigade Busy
About 5:00 o'clock yesterday morn-
ing flames were seen Issuing from the
Dwlght Smith drug store at Meridian
.and before their progress could be
f-tayed, an entire half block of the
and tor
n Oklalu
K1NOFTSHHJR. Okla.. T*t. 2+. -An-
nouncement lias been matle that Presi-
dent Taft will appoint John Hanker as
postmaster at Kln*fl h«r ■uoowdln* W.
R. Kelly. The appointment Is
nal one and is made by ti
the request of William «.
territorial secret
committeeman t
Banker was Republican county
man for Kingfisher county he "
committee together and cave
first countyv Indorsement givi
Oklahoma.
MAYOR GOES THE LIMIT
Service and License to Wecl Are
for Christmas
UV>
the
ller
president av
former
ational
When
chair-
Tart the
n him in
war maps of the territory If his hands i town's leading business houses was In
had been free. He was in the air 28 ! nnhmt with «. total loss nf over JKUiOO
ninutes and made an average spe
nf more than forty miles an hour.
si dent,
emonle?
d' Chile
and befoi
TO READ BILLS BY TITLE.
WASH INC.TON. Dec. ,J3.--Repre-
.•ntative Norris of Nebraska, the in-
urgent republican whose resolution
. |.d the rubs t'glit in the house
;t March, will after
itr«"luce the proposed
ermit the reading "f
1, ul ( f the entire hi
, discharge a commits
onsld1 ration of a me.
the
holidays,
id men t to
title onjy
a motion
m further
BARON GUONZBERG IS DEAD.
PRTERSTU.tPvC
ijsber
He
-Tiar-
today
vas
NO CHRISTMAS AT M COY'S
While Parents Were Down Town
Buying Presents Home Was
Destroyed by Fire Were In-
fant Boy and Girl
i 'ii t
(telcguti
Montt,
IS.
ind naval |
President
lied In Europe August
ts and mil
'resident L
son of Horace •
president of ti
of the Jewish - o
vhn died in 1*
he was famous
ape
AVANT. Okla.. Dec. 23.—No Christ-
mas stockings will be hung up In
Frank McCoy's home here this year.
His two children, Ethel, aged one
year, and Raymond, aged two, were
.- ..... - •
Ideh Ou- burned to death when the McCoy res-
ent ral com- idence was destroyed by flre today,
•/.ation nu- | parents of the children were down
' town shopping when the flre started,
r his bene* 1
am
only partly covered by Insurance. |
It Is presumed that tha fire started :
from a defective flue and befo
alarm was given the entire drup
was doomed and practically nonr
was saved, with only Insurance on it |
amounting to $000. The post office
with insurance of $r>00. Dave John-J WAS
son's hardware store. Insured at $2,750,
the grocery store and meat market of
W. TI. Bronson and William Kincald's
grocery, all went up In smoke, al-
though a large per cent, of the con-
tents were saved from all except the
postofflce.
Everybody turned out and a bucket
brigade was soon formed which did
effective service, stopping the fli« at
the alley.
ATLANTA, CJa.. I>
alltv of magistrates
Mo., and Nashville,
rites for performln
monies during t
eciip: i d b - the
not onl
hut als
23.- -The llber-
i Youngstown,
•nn.. In cutting
marriage cere-
holidays has been
tin maynr of Covington,
iday issued a card offering
. ] < rform the service free,
M furnish the license free
ni Christmas day.
appearance
rack, smoke issued
ground nearby ruin-
On the
of the s
ft;om It, at d th
bled and shook.
Several years ago there was several
volcanic eruptions two hundred miles
west of here.
RAPID AMERICANISM
WASHINGTON. Doe.
able everyone interest
pnrtment of agriculture
Cause of a Great Part of Insanity
in United States
hustle, are to
specially
e found j
mntry. is the
larr. who ad
intensely;
Moderation,
health."
i hard:
that \
not
fast: th.i t
> strive too
STATt um Tilt
factions to the Jewish causes
They left the children alone.
MAY BE PRUE BANK ROBBERS.
SAPULPA, Okla.. Dec. 23. Oeorco
and Jesse Frailey, both of Rixby, Ok-
la.. were arrested tills afternoon by
Creek county officers near Olive, and i
are being held on a charge of con-
nection with the recent bunk bold up
at Prue. The men made no at-
tempt at resistance.
TAKEN FROM TRAIN
Claimed That Enforcement Offic-
ers Violated Interstate Law
and Lower Court so Decided—
Appeal Is Made
The state
caiks of l
company in
the county
of Oklahoma vs. eighty-nine
•er an 1 the Pa >st Brewing
h the title of an appeal filed
the -dato from a decision of
of Tulf-a county. The
SALVATION ARMY EIGHTS
Courts Decide Who Can
Name and Uniform
NEW YORK, D. c. 23.— Exc
Use
nit. 1 Statct
by Wlllla
slon today
American
den to use
the otlie
ration
name
lie ju<:
A rm v
None of
RELIEF TO THE STARVING
.VXSHIXOTON. Pee. 23.—For
str
pec
local authorities s'lzed the leer from a
Frisco car I'-t the yards at Tulsa but the
ordered the beer turned
mnty
FOUND GUILTY OF KIDNAPING.
SRATTl'R, Wash., Dec. Pert
Jchuman, alias Herbert Rolhson, was
T,tl. i; to tho railr ad company on the )ound -ullty today of kidnaping 1 11-
ground that the interstate shipment ha t year-old boy. 11- was given an in-
not been completed In that delivery liad j rj^nnlto sentence of twenty to forty
not been made to tlio consignee. years in the state penitentiary,
* -7 +
1
3. _ To en-
in the de-
monthly crop
reports to realize the full meaning
of the crop estimates In the growing
season. Victor IT Olmstead, chairman
of the crop reporting board contem-
plates Including quantltive Interpreta-
tion of the figures for the important
crops.
Heretofore the reports hav been ex-
pr-^ed in percentage-. The figures
r< presenting the condition of each
will be promulgated monthly, as here-
tofore, and In addition, the quantity
of the year's final production, as In-
dii ated by the condition of figures,
will be given.
MEXICAN WRECK.; 2 KILLED
Injured in
the Smash Up
■ TVe 23.—W.
id an ltnldenti-
* tealing a ride
trainmen in-
n
International
ipen switch at
the
i, "Huntington Wilson today
-,000 to Minuter Calhoun at
ir tin* Initial contribution of
rh an National Red Cross so-
•I + t ❖ i * 1
*
WAN l ED! +
Several good solicitors arO collec- -T-
tors to travel ovc: Oklanoma for *
the Dally and Week'y Stats C.ipl- +
tal. Must be r«ll.- l and a^i'd t
huttler*. Ei-tra o°<"' commlMlon
permanet Job to those who can +
make Cood. Call a; our oHIct or i
write ui at once. The State Cap- +
Ital Cotr pany. Guthrie. Okla.
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 212, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 24, 1910, newspaper, December 24, 1910; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128385/m1/3/ocr/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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