The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 150, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 15, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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TfT ("iUITlfiV? OKLA o.?riiIAY. MAY 1-
Ajan ?e Wonder jul Purchasing
Power of the Roarhaugh SynJi- $
ale is Demonstrated in this Sale I
of Petticoats. On sale all day. g
Stomach i rouble.
Your tongue is coated.
Your breath is foul.
Headaches come and go.
These symptoms show that
vour stomach h the trouble. To
remove the cause is the first thing
and Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets will do that. Eajy
j tf- take and most effective.
1 "ins lore one iir.k in the 1-itr chain ;f ir unui.ni
s'.nres who concentrate their !ntyin have j u -t cl od a deal w ith
a petticoat manufacturer to supply us w ith a lot which r ca-i
iel! at '8c. Our portion which amouni.s In 50 tl ;i i- 1i-iv aii'l
placed nn a!c I t s i : I i 1 and Monday for the first time. 1 bis pott i-
cnai at rSc. is better a 1 1 -1 finer than any other merchant in this
city could huv fur if 1 and would have to sell them at ift.o or
V 1 .!
Ynu would wonder Imw the materia and lie' 1 1 t.t U ; r of Mich
a petticoat could he 1 1 1 14 1 1 1 tu sell at ;Xe.. but that the nnk-nm
of the manufacturers ami ivt ours. T!ny are here fur 0?
your choosing tonight and Monday at JIUUi
They are made of- material very similar to 1 1 ICATI l!vK-
ti!.0().l which lias a "swish" and "rustle" that will wl wear
off. Having a wide sheered flounce and dust rui'ilc in hhek utile
a better vain- you never knight at Si. 75 or if.oo. Q0n
Choice tonight and Mondav dUbi
7 Meet Me at !
Get it at -' -t
Get it at t
4'i -i -
.?ti?Vj.- jS'VM.- V -V -V? SvT -'Vji-iSV
The Evening Cfiit-Ofiat
By PATRICIA VAN PATTEN
'j ' .tfe r .''. 5! -W; &e .5S ms 5s sfe. " "t "A'. -y
d 04 t.' v't .jx fl'ol r-i e-'ii tft-a -Vi iV '' '-
I woiihl lalli"'1 rrpnhtto my life to'
the? flip nf a pnny U:;ui suffer Un"
torturt'H ot indecision that I know
come wuit'en d. '
"flrill I pel. straw niitting or dmi-
im for :ic new licilroom carpel?''
"Slnill I have Miiry Bwecp llio fvonl
rooms today nml wnli the Mnn'KctK
(omori'iviv. or wasli tie' Mankeis t -
clean l lie front rooms tom e'
lamb and ;r.-
:-iifial eolupan v Sun-
would it be better t-i luve
and nerves and coinplexloii'
they wi-ar nut I'vviiiKin:; the lialasice
buck aii'l forth between i-ueh weighty
fueHtion. an tlicwe ami in I lie end
make no wic-er de'isionw thai) if they
had settled I In on olf band.
Some women make tliemsehey. fai.'ly
wretche.l over their wardrobes rneb
awful opportunity lor vaeillaiion (hey
find in ( hoiee of matcriil and trine
miiov and make. To mhers paiieine:
ami carpet inn resolve t hem.-'. Ives in;.o
a prvrfect ssony of indecision.
"I would rat her dean that" house
fi'Oii; top to hot tain 'than pick "Ut a
living room cirpet a.eion." I ilea 'it
one woman .s:ty the other i.ay. 'i
lo believe I got more tired from tr'inp
iiiK nroiind and trying; to make up my
mind tli.ni from ail tie; sAcepmg r.n.J
(UiHtins i!al wasliiii); i did."
We have iu;M been through tiie
agonies u' pajieiing a room in in;-'
own home which perhaps -accounts f-r
my warmih on the subject.
It. took us two week to pick out
that paper and before we ceased wav-
ering between thft yellow cl.ambi'ee
with tin poppy border ami the pink
stripes with the rose border mother
almost had to take to her bed.
Indecision is a (iiseiwe and what's
more. It's a chronic and a cumulative
disease. The more you let yourself
be undecidided the move undecided
yon are Mhig to be.
Mental KUggestion and mental firm-
ness In follow ins; the rn?."po:-;tion is
about the onlv remedy possible.
in the effort to cure myself fo.' I
might as well confess that much of
this MTiiion la direct at my own vacil
lations- 1 have formulate I three rnlea.
Perhaps lacy'iv. worth passim.-; on.
liule. I. Kri'ei an tio r.i'KUiie !)!s
.-.lowly and carefully for each side. If
they are many and comp'ic ite ) t: e
a pencil and wiitr them dov.tj.
Rule 1!. After ha in:; thus k ae v
the protiu'!. i"a-e a I'ech.ion and .e t
upon ii a! imich in 01111' svav ia I
It idl'-lll l.'.-cuiue j .'re-oca he.
Ante ;. h ti yon bei;in to feel a
tendency to regret yiatr m;r:;: t
wallow ill n"il:; of "it mii'.ht b;"e
been" and to tremble at the cons-'
ipiences thai mav follow up:a v "ic
decision repeat the follmviiij? cleric
"The (ut; ia in the hammock
Tic cilf is la lie- lal. '
The baby in the sarba;e pa1!
Waal ilifference does it make?-"
C A ST O R I A
STOLE A HORSE
Special 10 !h( allv fa-ader.
Ma.--l(iRee Ok Mav l.i-MoKe Mitr-
(b'n ami lanicr iirown two ne.f rues I
wer" attested Friday churned wilhi
horse stealitiK- iirown confeased thai I
he had stolen tie- am sp ia emit rover- I
sy prel ttiat Mnvden had boon depnliz-'
al to sell it. The horse was captured
i:t Muskogee Thursday al'lenieon by i
Pepiity Siieriff Bnickf".'. - j
Kdls to Stop he Fiend.
The worst foo for 12 yea-s of John
iaye o' Clad win Mich. was a run-
ulus ulcer. He paid docou s over $ 10.1.-
00 wi'iiont benefit. Then Hucliien's
Arnica t;alvc cured hlni. Cure
Fever-Sot es lioils. Felonn Kczenia.
Fait Jiafmn. Infallible for Piles
Barns. eahis Cutb Corns. 25c at all
Special to the Daily Leader
Tit;.-.i. (k May l." Oliver Davis
an Indian youth of tweni;. jcar. she;
ami iasianMy l-i!h i . r.oon in
freat of Dell's jrrecery m ore in what
is known as "Rattiown." a collection
of teats and rude hfnises j.ist west
of Oaklawn cemetery shortly bcf.-.ie
o'clock yo-aerd iv ;if i eruoon. IX-. . is
ianneti;t( !y drove to police headquar-
ters and sart'ciulen d himself to ("i.iel'
'i Police Thompson
The bad;.' of Dram was taken to the
Mowbray tualertakii: rooms whee a
coroner's jury empanelled by .Imle
Joan Slack found that "L. X. Boon
came t0 his death from Rim shot
wounds at the hands of Oliver Da-
Th(. affair look place in tie pres-
ence of half a dozen wiine-'s"s and
was. to al! appearances premeditated
and executed in the most deliberate
fashion liaon anil a man named Whl:
take-;- had matched horses and the
race had taken place la-for" a crowd
of 01-teokers.' Davis -and his wife
among them. The race- took place on
D;e narrow road lead ins to the ceme-
tery pates and Doon's horse lost.
Davis and his wife were sittiin; in
a rz at the roadside and Davis sta't-
ed to "ioliv'' lloon. th en who was
under the influence of liquor whirled
about and aliased both Davis and his
v. ife. Da-is said rotMun hut whip-pin;-
up his horse diave to hi; homo
which is about a half mile east of
the cemetery. He returned In about
twenty minutes am! drove up to" where
lb 011 was standiibl.
"Will you take back those lliimrs
oii said about ray wife?" demanded
Davis jiimpiin; ou f his vz.
Before Boon could reply .Davis
drew a revolver and statidiav; 11 it
ten Tecl away fired th bullet 011-tf-'rh:?
Hotel's upper lip and passine
throiiff'.i his brain killing him in-
stantly. Davis jumped Into ids buuuy
and drove at a furious pace down
the road. When about one hundred
anls may he fired aait. but the
bullet went wild. He (hm drove Into
the city ami rave himself up.
The ch ad. man lay in the road for
several minutes when his wife who
had hi en (old of the kltlins. came nni-
nins It'oai Iter home. Seeitif; the pros
(rale form cf lur husband In the
dost sh. fluti;; herself on it her bod'
idnikiii;; with fobs. The police ol'tie-
ers and undertaker kmii arrived and
the body v::s taken to nmlerlak ina
rooms followed by a' hi'Xf crowd.
When l-io body was searched in
111" lindei ( .1 ! i n;T r'l'ilns. ;i hl''"o l.iiil'e
a- watch and a peekrlhaol; coiOoiit-
ina; Jt?.;a' in money ...a ml a number
of trinkets wore found. A lory was.
iuieklY empanelled and evidence if
;;evelil wiMl'Vsea taken. The ve'-
iIh-i v returned uamiiit; Davis ::s
tlic ; -layer.
ihivis '-AOS turned over to Sheriff
New block by Chief Thompson and
hold in 1 lie county jail w it hold bond.
The ip-ad man Paves a wife and
Hit-oi children. They iiro in poor
eircuinsUim es ami have- up to the
present time made uieir nome la
a little (out pear the gates of Ike
Davis has the leuutalion of haviir;
a linot peaceful disposal ion ami lb"
i'M'ordS : -hoe- that he ha: never been
in an affray of auv kind. Ho has
t een inarr'ted s hortly ova- year :
ha 'iii!; married ;i daiu'hler of Airs. i
j.m.Tdies Ell ficcords.
As nn rdi-routid laxitivo iuuic and.
lit lillli -ha. h.'cr no o;he;' .i;i-; can coin
pare with Dr. Kiaa's New J Jf I'ill
They tone and recnlarr- stomach liver
aad kidneys purify tin- blood stream
t in 'ii the -nerves; cure Constipation.
Dyspepsia. Biliousness Jaundice.
Ho i.da.che Chills and .Malaria. Try
them 2iic at all di'USK'sw.
Doran. ()kla May 15. District
eeiirt wi1'. convene .Monday. All cases
will b" ilieposed of this term with the
exception of certain cnmiiiai cases.
The docket contains 17:.! cases and
aeCoruPm to the setlh:'; Ihe first 10
lie called for tUil will be a suit ot
the I'nPed State vs. Oscar and J.
The jiooid jury will also rn 'et .Mon-
day S verai prisoners are in ja'l
awiitin;; the action of the giaml jury
and several more are out on bond.
'ihe uir.nd jtrors: M. F. .McKinnis
.1. L. Sines. H. C. Ritehey J. H. Down-
ing. J. .i. McCrearv t!. F. Dillworlh.
K. .Matlock 1. T. Adkinson M. D.
Harris T. V. Uiihardsoti J. 1;. Ter-r.-'ll.
C. O. Jolinson 10. Ortih 1111. J l.
Moore T K. Wells !. U lliindiam W.
K. K lwirds J. L. I! trniou and I.. 1.
"No-Drip'' is the roost clever little sil-
vered Coffee Strainer ever Invented
til l om free from Dr. Shoop. Racine.
Wis. by the Coupon Plan. The Cou-
pon and Dr. Slump's new book oil
Health Cu.T"e sent to any lady re-
questing them. You can trick any one
by secreily bci'vin Dr. Shoop's Health
Coffee ui ini'ii! time. Your viist.or or
your husband will declare he Is drink-
in:; real coffee -and yet these Is not
a ptiiiii (' real coffee in Dr. Shoop's
Health 'Coffee. Pure Ktaius mall
and nuts give Health . Coffee its ex-
rptlsile I 'ste and flavor. No l'i to ;;0
minutes leilioiis ladliiif;. "Made in a
minute." Try it from your grocer
and a-t a plear.ant surprhjc. 1 12 Hi.
The Bank' tlrocery.
SEMSAllONAi CHc.f?OES FILED.
Special to the Daily la-ader.
Oklahoma City Okla. May 1
Mai-ins oh :rres of a salicious ckai-
K lel AD rile lloneJilon yesterday filed
a motion to annul the doc.V" of di-
vorce f.taateii o Klnii-r 'A. IIoukIiI) u
ly the lii'ttict court June 27 Itmn ;"'d
also asked for a dei-ree of divorce for
herself. division of l!;o HoiiKhtoa
stale v hi -I at jcn.noii. is prayed
of he court. The suit was filed by
A I toi tiey Warren K Snyder.
The I eiL'htoiis were ma.'rh' jn uk-'-ilo
iiia. ( iiv l-'obi'iiary p t'.iti.' JMil the
'lilt I'm' divorce was tiled bv lloen'i-
toii scveial moiiilis later ll iuahtoii
i-. a prenimeiil Uepublie 11 polb iciaii.
The pltiiitiif irdca for $;an) to carry
on Die case and $7iXiioo permaneitl
Lived 102 Years.
Wm i'arr Knir.land's oldest man
married the third lime at l.'ii worked
in the lielda (ill ;pj and lived 20
years lonrer. j'eojilo should lie ynuu-
In) at. 80. James WrUhl of Spur
lock l-iy show:; how to a main yoiiu-:
"I feel .pts.t 'il-S' a lO-ycir (dd boy" he
w 1 dies "11 Her (akin-; six hollies 'it
Ml'v-lrie. Sitters. For thirty years
Ki'lney trouble made life a bnrdea
but. tic 1; hi bottle of tills wonderful
mediciti-.' convinced me I had foua I
the Rt'eitcst cure on earth." They're
a .tod sen I to wc ile ::!( !;; I'tlt'lown ar
old (ii'opio. Try them. .Vie at ail dru;;
NEW STREET COMMISSIONED.
llroko-n Arrow. Okla.. May la. W.
W. Y:.o:i. ex mayor cf Broken A '-
raw has beioi npiilnt sf ee; com-
missioner to succeed F H. Whltnier.
PANHANDLE REUNION POSTPONE
Special to the Pally Loader
Frederick. Ok. .May I". On ac-
count of t'atvHHck Ssiand ltaliroa.1
l.i'ii!)! unable to complete their line
into Adrian Tex. by May l ties Dan-
handle Settlers' reunion has been
postponed until Sept. ! and 10. Av-
raiiRenients are being made to unler-
tain many of the pioneers of the Tex-
as I'anhandle and Wesio:n Oklahoma.
Speepil to the Daily fe;ider
Haver Ok. .May' laThe cirner-
stone of the new Christian church
was laid Thursday aftertiotm In Hie
presence of the clti.eiis i.f Beaver
and an address was delivered by Rev.
Coffey pastor of the church and the
cornerstone was placed by H. It. Sted-
inan and A. A. Quinri. The church Is
one of the mrst up-to-date in West
Don't use harsh physics. The relic-
tion weakens the bow-el.-s leads to
chronic conatliiation. Oct Dam's Rck-
nlets. They oper.itp easily tone the
b'oniach cure constipation.
tss8 mm Am X&m
till n f- a-8.r un i I
eed a Tonic
iWliea tlio 'daily cndlcs3 cares of your housoli'Md dntiza begin
fo 6ecm drudgery to you don't become cross and irritable. "When
yrju're tired and worn out when the pleasure is gone from caring
for your family it's not your mind that rebels but your over-
wrought physical organization.- Yoa need a tonic a woman's tonic
to rebuild your strength and restore your health. Try t'ardui the
popular successful woman's medicine which during more than
half a century has been found to relieve quickly the weakness and
ailments from which only women Buffer.
Cardui is prepared from tege table ingredients without any
harmful qualities. It can do you 110 harm and there is every reason
to believe it will be of much benefit to you.
Mrs. J. L. Sander Tennessee City Term. tried Cardui and
regarding her experience she writes: "I have used
Cardui f-r several years and have el ways found it. to
fif t 1 i- .. . -r . jf.1t t . -.11 - 1..
.a be a troou nuancine. iati 1 v us uu iua uou
UtS") hanllv able to drag around. 1 took tltrea bullies cf
I 1 ! T - 1 .lT I. tt . . (t-.r! nrt
-';: :l WOIUC11.
'Z'r' Cardui is for sale at all reliable 'drug Btorci
Try it.. ' 'Twill do you good.
(.Smith western Tress.)
New York May 15. Tho ale.sbe
cidlectjoii iif paintings by (dd masters
h I'l by Herman Linde who died re
11 ut ;y ta Dmiver .;is discovered Iti
a storeroom off Fifth aveuuo Thurs-
day. The discovery was mude by an agent
of the piddle administrator who nail
been advised from Denver that the
painting ; vveie there and the address
was furnished him. A value of Jlatk-
PP0 h is been placed on the canvasses.
In the collection are works by Mil-
let. Sehreyer and Kuysdael. The Mil-
let was leaned by I. hide to an artist
triced Inie with instructions that it
bo returned to the collection fitter he
had finished making a copy.
The records of Ihe store room show
that the collection li-s been here foi
many years. Upon his arrival in till?
countrv I hide stored his puintinna un-
til such time n lie should decide upon
a permanent home. He ha. I lived in
I'i;;shui'K and several Other cities he-
lore going to Denver.
Millet's best known paintings tire
"The Anpdus" for which $00.0it(l was
offered and "The Reapers '' "The
Cleaners." and "The Woman With the
Damp. ' Schreyer's best lxo wn work
is the "Arab l'atrol."
THE LAST FIVE DAYS OF THE BIG B
rmnav oarnnnnv n
This his sale has been c. ;rre;.t sa. -ess from start to Ralsa and -p
Kill close it up finally with " ti.-ya of pricp reduciiiK which will Interest
Friday and Slat unlay of this week kc w affrr some exceptional
bargains in (liuuluims and Summer Dawns.
Over Dt pieces of tine Zephyr CiiiRhams fill worth VI 1-2 if)
and 1 5c. on sale at a yard I UUi
light is n
Over D'al pieces of (latiste Hial Dawn
colors; every yard worth 15c; nn sale at.
10c. a yard one
sale at . .
and Summer Ginghams all worth
Falcon Dlnons In plain colors formerly sold at 35o.
n yard; neiv
I.Inen Dordiire. Holder designs of f.lncn finish
for siimnier suits formerly sold lit "5c; now
materials 4 Q
I'yptifUt Tissues fit only
SOME NEW THINGS JUST RECEIVED.
A Pain prescription is printed upon
each L'5e bos of Dr. Shoop l'l.ik i
I'uin Tablets. Ask your Doctor or
Druggists if this formula is not com-
plete I'uin means congestion ldood
pressure. Head pains womanly
pains pain anywhere set Instant re-
lief from h Dink Pain Tablet Wallace
THE CHURCHES $
Flrat Presbyterian Church.
Corner Noble and Division.
Itev. Harry Omar Scott I). D. I'aator
Sunday School !. 15 a. 111.
Trinity Episcopal Church.
IHIS lOast Nnhltt avenno.
Rt. Hev. Dr. HrooNo lllnhop.
liev. A. D Nicholas Hector.
Fifth Sunday alter Duster.
Holy communion 7.110 a. in.
Sand IV School. i; 15 1. m.
Service am! Sermon It a. 111.
Kveiiltin' services 7::in p. nt.
KvenlitK service and sennon 7:;ta.
United Presbyterian Church.
Dev. F. S. Win'.hl Castor.
1'ri'achlm; services 11 a. in. ami
7;.'h P. m.
Sabbath achool at 10 a. m.
Y. 1. ('. D. (i;;in Wednesday.
l'luyer meetiiiK al 7:. 'id.
I'letichitig servico 11 a. 111. and 7; It')
First Baptist Church.
Corner Noble and Vine.
Sunday sell'")! U.45 a. in. J. C.
Yoiiii;; I'eotde's meeting G..10 . hi.
loe ('harllville I'ri'sldeiit.
ycrnion by the pastor 11 a. 111. and
7::t0 p. m
Homer J Matthews Choir Deader.
West Guthrie Mission.
Sunday School at IMP) p. m. ("I
lowed by preachint;. You are cordial
!y Invited to all of these services.
E. D. Cauierou Pastor.
West Side Methodist Church
Corner West Noble am! 11th street
Sunday school I): 45.
i'reiichim; at t a. m and 7 : MO p. in.
Junior lengaio at 2;"0.
YouiiK pi'.'ple's class at 3 1. rn.
Kpworth league at 6:45 p. 111.
Cordial invitation exd-iided fo all.
JV5. F. ItAlNSUEIiCrKR
First Church of Christ Scientist.
First Reader Daniel M. Myers.
Services: 11 A. M. Sunday School 10
A. A!. Wednesday 8 I'. M. 110 N.
Reading Room In rear oi cnurch;
open daily from 2 to 5 P. M.
Corner Warner mid Xth rl
Isaac Cookman. pastor.
Sunday school at l a.
Sermon nt It a. m.
Y 1' H C i-i at f!:-..! p
PreticliiiiK'Ul 7;3! p ill.
M Pair Hlack
Ooxo Oxl'iirds maiie
v.lth neat Talkinr;
sole and Dp. Hlack
only and wore hutll.
to sell at $ i ttfl.. Wo
on sale at. .
100 New Wash
Skirts; new models
anil lies- materials.
We a'. Ill have
those tine Nonspllt
Silk Petti- 00 OQ
coats onlyjUivf 0
'.55 More Wash
Suits all colors neat
tailored effect a
large button trlra-
nilnss worth $7.00;
on wala C QQ
Suits made of Kiik-
lish Hep Cloth man
tailored roat; $12.00
f A .
'Flic I'ciiiisviY.'inia .Juiiior ;iU BctH'tii Lavva
.Mowers ;!!'c jlic climax f Perfection in li.'twii
Mower making. The hoys had rather misa a hall
Vame than miss the opportunity of mowing ths;
Lawn with a Pennsylvania. Junior. They work so
perfectly and easily that till members of the family
want to keep pushing the jood tiling alon and they
arc a -ood tiling to keejt pushing f;r they always
If in need of a Lawn Mower this Spring. Don't
fail to see and critically examine the Pennsylvania
Junior Hall Hearing 'Lawn .Mower before buying.
To sec means to buy. To buy means you can't help
being satisfied with perfection.
For sale e.v:c lusivelv bv
M. E. Church South
SutiiJay school 9:45 A. M
Prenchiiifr 1 1 ;O0 a m.
Junior U-aKue JDO" p. m.
Senior DcHRiie 7:(i0 p. tu.
Preaching. K:U( n. m.
Ki-rinon at ll:0o A. M
"The TeKt iiuestlon."
S iiuon Hi. H:00 p. M Snbtei'l
Speci"i liuisie for liiorninK aeryiee
Kobf by Mrs. Abf rnathy.
At the evenim' hour mtisie by the
larwr-ry Msle Quariet
Yon are rordially liivllort lo Wdishlx
with U9. i
John It. Ahertnthy Piuiter.
Convr Ar.h and . Y.;w N'old" two
blocks nurih of Cariier.b. llbrsry .
T D. Noblitt A. M- M. I). minister.
Res. 7HX Fast Oklahoma Phoii" 171
p.ibii Scboid at 10:nn a. ni.
Y. p S. C. K. at 7 00 p in.
Preaching at ll;0i) a. m. and K:''0
Mornine llieme: "l'ii Al'oslb'S of
Our Do.al" No. i!.
KvPiilnjf theme; ''Mosef! in.1 lb"
Pentateuch."' or who wrote the firsi
fiv books of the Bible?
Mr. iilovt-r win mn hi t mm -..
ing r"tvce fsm! the chorus will red-
der a very fine' anthem Jn the even-
ing. Strangers always wHecw f.i ihe
113 W. Harrison Ave.
WHAT IS MORE ENJOYABLE
Than a khm Hot Water liotllc in a ald bed untin
retiring 3t niglit ?
Hot water h not only enjoyable on such occasions Jnifc
it is b' tieficial as well. No one sbould ever retire in a coM
roont 'iiuj a rolii bed. A dollar or two spent for a good
Hot Water i'.ollle may save a .sick rfwll and besides the
comfort it worth twice the cost. If you have never trie!
the Hot Water J'.oltle do so now arai :;ee how enjoyable it as.
We have the exclusive agency of the KANTLEEK.
WA'lI'j; WOTM.YS SVKINGI'JS and other Rubber
(exKbv and every piece in miaianteett for two years. They
air ni.'.de not upon the how cheap but the hyw eaxxi plan.
Will p.ive fiatinfactioi? in every case
.'all and sec the good; and we sic i-urc you will be
iitea".rd with them.
I posiorncK drug stoke n 520. 214 w. oiu.
I TOST CARDS CAMERAS AND KODAKS."' "
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 150, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 15, 1909, newspaper, May 15, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc617671/m1/3/: accessed April 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.