The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 109, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 22, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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. .-Ximurmttiutx.-wtoS.viitmr wiy rimtnmiiff)immx i ewiimM
Mvuatti-!.vm'r'- 1-xarawncjfti.Ma-iis - jwxv
STREET PARADE T H 1
MORNING WAS GLIT-
Rlif Ads are Mostly European
Hwelli&s and Hair-Raising
Ponderous. elephants mnn-slzed apes
with Uuiuan traits even to that of bIiuv
Jug themselves roaring lions restless
tigers Jaguars hyena iu fact any
thing ami ever thing In a firm clshh
menagerie; Pcr&lan ami Itallun ano
bats KngllsTi and German gymna.it s
Jugglers Irani the Flowery Kingdom
dancers nnd equilibrists from gny old
Prunes and Jast Hut not least a darlug
ParUIenno In a wild daeji dewn a Bheor
incllqe in An automobile turning sev-
eral somersaults In its course!
Look on this glittering array and
yon will liavo no trdublo aucertainlng
the causa of so many variant seats In
the ncliocl roomR of. flutliriu today
Not al all. Thu Antorlcau yontWn
IcJeatouiS the clrcin-?Js In town and
all roads lead to ih.6.blK tents of .Ring-
Uok Brothers on t)ip Weat Side.
Before daylight "this niorillhK the
lnaniRifith shoK which Is thia year
celebrating its twpnty-tJfth annlvor-
sary volled into town on four special
tralna fioni WlnflPld Ka. ThrotiKR
of BlghtBcliVa crnwdod about the: sta-
tion and Klecfully fell In line behind
the 0 plcddlni; elephuutu as they lum-
liorn.l liafii'llir in thn rrriic )nt
It took about twauour iotransfpr
the ImraouBP etiniimient to th grouudM
and about the same tlmo to erect the
manv tents The big canvaB In which
the rhiR acts talio ilftcq !b nal.l to be
'tho Inrgtbt that Wao ever made arid
the big menagerie) tent Is olmot as
big. There aro 20 tenta. ari In all and
when they aro nl! upreail 1? urres of
ground nre covered. There are 050
horscsf vith the Hhow. and In tho din-
ing tents are served 3.000 moal n day.
The lj)ngllng tents are perfeeily
waterproof and the Illumination beau-
tiful Kvcn tho monngerje cages iiaw
each it powerful light so that the wild
animal rarltlcH may bo scanned with
Iceener Interest. In this wondurful Ce-
partntont js Darwin. tht missing llulc.
a man-sized ape that feuds en orMiges
fciid grapeH blmvos himself lllios mu-
sic plays eanb and ball aud Is a
kl stout prohibitionist.
Tho ring acts are mostly European
novelties and sensations Twodlilrds
of the 400 pferfonnors are announood
es malclng their first apiwarnnco In
America. The Klngllng show has al
ways presented an exceptional list of
acta in which roflnotmmt and nowHy
have been leading dbaractorlatlca
Tone and Individuality havo brought
this show to the first slttoe In tho clr
rus world Acrbbats that do tricks
on the buck of running horse which
navo nerciorrre ooon conaiucreu ut
flcult on the firm foundation of
ground a man who wallw on the top
of qIs liead Hlce other people d' -n
their feet gymtmatc thut turn triple
8omoraaulU in midair before they
ul'Sht upon swings orVeceivIng bunds;
heroes that v.-otr nd take otf tnmwui
garments and go to bed lilte a man;
pigs that climo laddrn and sho-t tho
chutes elephants rant dii act out our
humorous skits with auuiriiiK inttdli
genre hnrttM dogs anil ponlcn that
are edimitod beyond hunutn lirllet. mid
a lot of oihul- llilngH art' ii.ih' vtiried
circus bill Of 10& nuiasr .
Demonstrate the Merits
Pyramid Pile Cure.
What It Has Done "For Others Irean
Do For Yep.
We have testimonial by the hnn-
iircils biioKiiiK all atages Uhidf and de
greei of ptlQ )it&. have ben cured
by Pyramid j'lfo vre.
It you "Uld rnud ihfs- umxtlicited
letters ou would no .loulii go to the
nearost dnut store ana buv a hox of
Pyramid PIlo Cure ai omp pi lie fifty
Wo do not ask you lu i- ihie Si-ii
Ua your nam and mldretw and ' vill
send you a trial paeJtflKe by mail free.
Wo know what the trial package
will do In many vaaen it lias rurvd
pile with ut further treatment. If It
proves 1 1 valu to you oider more
trom yojr UriBgit. Ttis is fair Is it
not? Simply writ u a letter giving
your numo and address and no will
scr.d you Ihe trial jiac-kag by mail Ui
plafp wrapper free Address Pyramid
Drus Co 1C Pyramid Rldgf Jturahall
! - -- 1-- - - . .l..-M ! I ... Pi
wiTSlw ! '" llll-W t 3 ; -7TT i
RING. KK "Haii 'SIUIKHK
111! I sUlvIML MJ nin.H !. .! Hill EI Bin lU
ft i'i . m i-fca
Neves- Fails So j&essorc i
Gray Sfiair So ISsNaSuffal
Color and BeauSy. .
No matter how lung it hao been gray
or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth '
ot healthy hair. Htopn us failing cm.
and positively removes wan-
dralf. Keeps halrsoft and-gloSsy. JRc!
luse nil substitutes. iVi. timeo as inupu
In $1.00 as 50c1. ftUa. BsWotaRj)
SI and 50c. bottles at drunrrfsts
Stnd Sc (nr fire lank " Tht Cire nf Ike Jl (tfr.J!
rtllo HaySpfC. C. Newark NJ f ! ll
ffijftv'a nnvSirin ftrtiVn .. -n't-.!.!."
ml ruurh add chaiA-d hinitn. and all M.in dt-
tm. iKpm Un Bno unit Mjtt. c. aniilM
Scniijqicr fr book "TboCaro oJU.e SUlnM
J. N. WALLACE AND A. E. GRAY.
Parsons attending th reunion at
Bartlaavillo Okla. next month wrti
have aii opportunity to vialt one of tho
niopt interesting cities In tho sU'.4.
There they can sethe iirocvee Of man
ufncurlpg Portland cwiwnt nt the lii
tnbnle nillllon dollar phmt of thn Do"-
oy Portland Oomelit oompany' and In
Mit'ct tho mammoth zinc smultiim
plaiilH where ore fa roduuoed to &
fliild by tho intense heot of the burn-
Iiir natutal .cas Trim to those anil
other points of inter;.: are easily and
economically made on the interurban
cars and street care.
Tvo thousand dollars In pursee will
be given on the three days of tho race
meet October 7 8 and 9 and other
large prizes will bo given the winners
in i he ropiug exmtwtn.
The reunion will last from the 6li
to (he 10th. . It is proposed to organ-
ise a permanent leunlou association of
the Third congressional district em-
bracing members v-f the Women's Re
lief rorps and Sons of Veterans as well
as inombore tit the Oratul Army poeta.
The slate commltieus of the Repuu-
llrati end Democratic parties have as-
signeri their belt spoakoreto Bartles-
vllle ror October 7th and Sill. Bnuda
of Osage Indians In nam 6 costuma
will give dances during tho woek. A
special featuro will be the lllumiim-
Hon $000 having been appropriated
for thlB purpose alone. The several
affairs will be cnrrlexl fjut.undor tho
direction of the4G. A.'llpnst Belle
Mead Driving association hiid'thg Bar
tO?svllle Colnuierclal diib."
-c i.i a';. .r
Beirt ti x71!lJ K3e fl m "
Chief Mitchell Gets Reward.
Chief of Pollco W. H. Mitchell to-
du turned over to tho offlolnls at Ok-
l.l.n.. ....... .Hll Ik.HH U.n...t
there-oil a chare of robbing the malls
Sepiember 11. The Chief got a ?j0 re-
'I suftenil i.Abltunlly from constipa
tion. I an's ReKiilets rHv'd and
IptiKfiened the bowels so that tliev
nue ueen iiruiar (r sinew -a. e..
D.Nis gripi Sulphur SpiinsjB Texas.
Chlcogo Sept. 38.-"KansiiB Is not
ouly going to give Us electoral volet
to Bryan and ICern but will alt.o olect
the Deniocrutle state llcfcet and a
legislature which will choose a United
States senator to suocewd Senator
Long.;' aaid Henderson Martlu tho
chairman of tbe Democratic gute cen-
tra! committee uho was a caller at
"Tlw peopla of Kansas." continued
Mr. Martin "believe in Mr. Bryan ami
me principle tie is advocating. They
know where the Nebraskan stands on
all public questions bnt the realist
that the same thing can not he sal.
of .Mr. Taft. One thlug the peuple or
Kansas have learned with reference
to the Rwpubllcan nomluoe for the
presidency and that Is ho Is opposed
to the guarantee of bnufc deposits.
This is the big issue in lvausas and
by far the most popular. . It is favor-
ed generally by tho voters of all par
Ilea aud ihe opposition cornea large!
from Republican leaders In tho state
uiuny ui wjicm prorees to he Jn wnuia;
thy with the Democratic halting lilSlW
uhcio joo uaunou ha. (uvadd ttt
state and his appearanco on th Btuiii.i
is imn mow h.im than good ..'ift
lieiiiowraiB weiouinea htm tO'TvanaSj
Hb Ifltlufftlng us votes 'lui edni
)WK'tlittt Ratmbliian hiiidUrln th
Btatb widavored to dUBnkdij jBtlP
epeaKor.from lining his Kansa
will JWlu a jnwiib..itttLianl)p.as polaonMo us
of congresstonat dtstricts
siH-aker cup tfttllU .part of M1ltOjIIS4&A T'
for the relflilt. Kallsuns Jtr
to Joe CunuotiUm
ami an mat jt im
Mr Mdiiln si'iu mnue time Willi
( liaiiman Atnood nl the spfakerB bu-
i -ii'i ni4iigtiiK fur the astlKment of
speakers to Kamas Aiuong the Dam-
ocratlc campaigners who will bo
heard In the Sunllov.er state ore Gov-
ernor Johnson of Mlnneaota; Con-
gressman Henry 1). Clayton who we
tie psminnent chairman of the Deli-
ver uonvtint(nn; tlen James B. Wear-
er ox-tlovernor John Unl. of fiilpne-
sola: lAureiu-e U. Springer a former
Demoerntlc candidate for governor In
Illinois; congressman H T Jlalacy
0( lllluol. atit( J9l)i Q hyttfk Ot CJl)-
fmiJLEABERJGPl!Ba.OAM TUESDAY SEPTETS 22 ltX)S
GOES ROUND AND ROUND
THE PARADE GROUND
American Successively Passed
His Orvn Record and Then
.. "iis Jfoiiier's
Lernans Franco. Sept SZ?-lii the
presence of officials of the Aero club
of Sarth the American ambassador
Henry White General Bazaln-llayter
commander of tho fourth army corps
a large number of civil and foreign of-
ficers and aeroplane exports and a
rrowd numbering lO.CTO Wilbur
Wright the American aeroplunlst yes-
terday afternoon accomplished a sig-
nal triumph capturing the world's
greatest record from his brother. Or
vlllo Wright with a maivelously im-
pressive flight In Ills powerful niti-
chine of ono hour 31 minutes and 51
socondB covering In that tlmo an actu-
al distance ot 98 kilometers or nearly
At 5:15 afte- the tlirectian of Ijio
Btartlng rail had beoif changed tri-d
point In tho teoMi of the breeze which
was thou blowing gently at about four
mllos tin hour rite aviator got away
alcoly nailing majestlccni' up th
Around tho upper turn Wright swept
back to where the thousands Wer
gathered and began dosorlblng ellipses.
Round and round ha wont With the
regularity of a railroad train. The
crowd was at once delighted and
amazed at the remarkable stability
shown by the aeroplane. Wright at
first manifesto extraordinary pru-
dence flying so low that ho seemed
almost to skim Ihe earth but on the
thirteenth round he rose to fiO fee;
Spontaneous cheers greeted the plo-
lure and those fere redoubled as he
suroesHhety surpassed his own record
and then his brother's.
lit the gathering darkness the spec-
tacle became thrilling. Tho aeroplane
could no longer 'e seeh at the farther
end of the field it appenred and ills
appenred In th gloom like a white
Phantom but tho sound of tho cease-
loss churn of the propellers told the
I multitude which had now grown fran
tic that Wright whb still in the uu
Matches were Unbred to keep watch on
the fleeing minutes and night had fal-
len when at the end of tho 32d round
Wright shut off hie motor aud came
lightly to the ground.
DOES THIS EXPLAIN IT7
(Democratic Press Bureau.)
It Is said tho national Republican
committee contributed $75000 In cash
to tho Kausas Olty Star and Times fot-
sijuporu Matt wrappers ot those Kan-
sas City papers coming to Oklahoma
boar after each subscriber's- name the
mymlc lettora (N. R.. Do these tei-
menu National Ronubllcan? ?s
thlgtlio reason tho Times offers thlr-
tq$n papers a week so cheaply?
v "THE PALE QIRL."
Did Not Know Coffee Was the Cauae.
In toI.1 wearber stiiue iwoulc thluk i
eup t f hut coffee good to help keep
warm 8o It Is for a short time but
tin" drug tyffetnr 'icis on th heart
o una ken the imilntiou and the re
action Is to caiibc inoru c''illiui'h
There Is a hot w liuli-mimr .It lilt.
which a Dak Kirl tiund aftr a '.line.
n.a''"K the blood uuim aud the hcait
'Having Ihed for flw yearj in N
Iak.. I bjave usud luiisldcrable coffee
owing to the cold climate A a result
I had a dull headache regoUti ly. suffer-
ed from indlKMttou and had no "lire"
"1 was kon a 'the pale girl' aud
uijpit thoiiKlit I was Just weakly.
time 1 bad heart t rouble and
me vwy nervous never knew
It was to ue fen.1 woll. ToOs
cine but It uuver seemed to do
Jnee betng married my huaband
lietH havt thought coffee waB
Uathtlng ua ami we would quit enly to
iK-sm again nRhough We fult It vtuj
men Tl goi some foaiuiu ivit
os i v-.illy wonderful My
on i ilt-ttr now hmlache
gone ntidil have a Krcai deal f en
I bad nVjer known Khlje drill
"I hav.-ll't ln'i n tiuubbd ttith iadi
tfestii!i .in -ii ; Tituni un in:
uervcua anl need no medicine. We
hav a little girl .ind io who both
love P-stjjm and thrive on it and
ThereVi a. Reason.'
Nme given by PtMtuw Co. Battle
'reeV Mich. Rend "The Road to
WellvJllp In pkge
(Ivor ritid ?iw abeve lcirr A new
one tppeara from timii to !nvi. yhti
n yuiiunit iriiu nu iuii oj nvpirn
pJVr STATS COMMITTEE
Following Is tho." new state Demo-
cratic cou;iniuoo elected In the recent
Adair W. M. Davis. Stlliwoit Okla.
Allaire. LatO KhOdlcr Helena.
Dwkhat-'rt ''Bailar'd Mftj'fe.
Blfeiuar.'UTATMi. OKeeiltf. '"
Bryait&w; 'ft tjttdrbncfe DuranY
CaddoifJU HestoV Aparlio
CanhdliU Karl Bcebo Kl Reno.
CaitorFrank IlOtfner Ardmoro.
Choroo-W. W. rtastlngs Tantw
ipisu. '- '
Chootd? IToU Gonad Orant.
Clnlnrtph Thomas Ulcnmoiid Jur-
ClovolaydOeorge ' Smith Lexing-
Coal Vrlght ChrJMJnn eonlgate.
Comanche John" Mc. Yoting Law-
Uralg F. D. 15. Amos Vlnlta
cuaur T. if. stbn custer city
Delawfcre T. S Ifttter Drove.
Kills (Teofgo K. Btikor Qngo
(Jaf-hoia C. D. Hdbboli fiuta.
Grady E. F. Jones C'hlekaana.
Grant A. C. Thompson LamonL
Greer-t'tl. L. Thompson Mangum.
Jeftereon J. L-. Roltli Addlngton.
Johnst'jp Ooorgo W- Dudley Ttslv
Kflt 'tllls Soolt Tonkawa.
Kliigflahei1 Froa Eahlor Henncs
KlbwrtI. f. Von Motor. Hobatt.
Lattlm'or E. M. Goopor Wllburton.
ho l-ldro R. n. Mlnsoo. Splro.
Biltcolp-JL V. Ilbfimaii Cbaudlor.
Idgan-Hj. D. "Bni-ko Quthrlo.
Ldve Q. H. Montgomery Map
Majors-John B.' Robbcrts Kiilr-
sew. Mnrshalt SifiitmOrs Hardy Mndllt.
Mnyei-H. M. BtRIor pryor Crook.
Miirra L. C. Coyle lona.
Mttakogeo-'-Frad P. Bionson Mus-
I ogee. T
MbLnlJir J. F. S!mi'p. Ptirecll.
McCm'tpIn 4h F Wilson IsnUelle.
Noblo-A. I. Ilionipson Porry.
Nowiua Bort Tlllotaon.
OkfuslMc J. L. Warmon. Okcniati
Oklahoma R. R Fuller Oklahoma
Okmtilsrr V". A. HhUt Okmulgee
Osngo E. !. Scott pawltuaka.
Ottawa J. K. Moore Miami.
Pawnee Q. ftr. Uerry pnwnoo.
Payno Daio Litton Stillwater.
Pittsburg Toll llllwen Krobhs.
oiitotoo bam T. McClurn Ada.
itP0iawt:onilo L. T. gammons
Itoger illlTs T. w. Mlllor Chey-
enne. Rogers--Wdltor W. Morris CheJKca
Haskclt T. D. BtnUli chant
llugues B. A.1 Edmouaon Holden-
' fJomliiolo E. 13. Jayno Wowoka.
Sequoynii .7. G. SlcComb. Sallsaw
Stopbenn T. 1 Wnde Marlow.
Tillman 15. T. Zuinwalt Frederick.
Tulsa G. N. Wright TulBa.
Washington Howard Webber Bart-
Waogtier Tom Harrnll Wagoner.
Washlfn Sam Masslngale Cordon
Woodward D. p Jjarum Wooa-
ward. Woods John B- Doolin. Alva.
Atoka Beaver. Qarvtn Harper
laekson Pushmaiaha nnd Texas coun-
i.eo nave thus tar railed to send in
names of committeemen.
Oklahoma City. Okla.. Sent. 1. 1008.
This certifies I have been selling Hall's
Texas Wonder of SL Louis 11 years
ami recommend it as best kidney blad
der and rheumatic remedy I have ever
sold. S P Dress Bradford Drug Co.
lira w. uraml. l'lice ?i by mall.
My boys' and girls' shoesAaJ 51.00 to
?i.ou win wear nooinion's
Special to Daily Lolfdur.
Fort 8111. Okla Sopts
sentence of two yeaai In the Cnlteil
tnte army prison dt' Fort Iavon-
woi-th Kas which is to be acooiupi-
nied by dlslionoruble dtscsharge from
thu army GeriW Ilrolilld 23 yenru
old who a year ago enlisted at Boston
and was assigned n tho coast artil-
lery service Is one ot two heirs to rfh
estate at Duluth Min valued at 800-
000. The other heir whether a broth-
er or not has not beau learned re
sides in Chicago.
An untie of Fairclllld's a lawyer
and . real estate speculator whose
name is not disclosed by the prisoner
recently died at Duluth and from a
Duluth attorney Fnirchlld learned that
the uncle's win left him an estate
valued at $160000
Falrchlld has twlco deserted within
a year and since being confined in the
guard house at Port Sill has made an
attempt to desert. His only reason Is
that army life rustirilue tils liberties
and that heis displeased with it.
Hot. was nnested recoutlj In Okli-
houia City ami brought to Fort Sill to
prison. ' "t "
A iu.I ease of mental aborratl
aeet) Hi thS Klks hotel this
and Vrs lurl8 who ha
Colorado for the htulth f tho wlfo
arrhed at slxo'clock the lady bolpg a
maniac She was formerly a nurse at
Chicago and has been married Hecn-
leen inoniliH. giving blitb to a bubo a
tew weeks ago The btUe diwl and the
handsome eulturefi little ptother loHiflj-ewSork.
hn. ."...tiAM ul. I.. .. .Kn .f.Vi4l l.nl.O If n. !)-. t .aA.l . Ilt.r.. n.tn .Yaui Mnt
her reason KrleUna foi the Aeftfi babe.
The devotion of the vounH husband
and the blank rlef cf tho benighted
mother i ausod nil guosta. tq grlorfc 't
sympnuiv Tiie rtoman is more ijuie
j to4B 'WpiM ' vsm -'-
The oreat .Deep Out" ' I
; .: iiJIII UJUwl. '; i;i.ffi..ij mmk Attl.
Wo liav$ on sil'o until tlio present stocfc je aojd some vorj line Columbia
Phonographs. Theso Phonographs ttre equal-tp aliyUiing on the market.
Now is the time if you ar.a interested to got busy. The Edison people
have compelled all. dealers in Phonographs in the United States and
foreign countries to sell tho Edjsou Phonographs and Records escluslvely
in the cylinder machines and records. As a result wo are compelled to
close out all Cylinder Phonography vru havo in stock in the next.six days.
sell these Phonographs oui payments so if you
your own lauit noc
Machines nft$t!$o cleaned tijtl. :
I f X
R Tffiir7 un ci s7 i 4T pan jtl 4T& j&
Wl aaye Ion IcroM Adtl.Uu to
I f I - . a
SI 50 on a Hyft Csracle Piano !
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B f j t -r .a. 14
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!115 W- O&la. ave. Pfione E62
OLDEST MUSIC-HOUSE IN OKLAHOMA
Special to Dally Leader.
Chicago Sept.. 2- If any evidence
should bo noedoJ to prove the loyalty
of labor to Bryan and Kern nnd tho
Danvqr platform It Is available at the
labor bureau in Domocratlc headquar-
ters. The organisation of Bryan and
Karn Railroad Moo'd clubs are report-
ed In ovury mall and with these re-
ports como enthusiastic letters mak-
ing application for lllorature and cam-
paign buttons. More than twenty
Bryan and Korn Railroad Men's clubs
wow reported yesterday. Tho major-
ity of those were organized In Illinois
towns. Tho tottors received from
trainmen Identified with those clubs
Indicate that the vole of the rallrottd
employes generally speaking will be
oust for Bryan and Kern. The prosl-
dnt of ono Bryan and Kern Railroad
51 un's elub wrote:
HVo are wearing the Brjan buttons
this year. Wo aldn't dart; do such
thing lu ISSU. Personally I huve seen
only a very few railroad men wearing
Taft buttons We number l60ooi
and '10000(1 of our men have been
thrown out or work. There Is no mis-
take about how wo think Uiia your."
SooIIkm Itching skin. Henls -iitt or
borns without a scar. Cures piles
oeenins suit ilicum any Hclilug.
Dunn's Ointment.- Your drugist sells
Spectra io Daily L
io uaiiy Lpauur
t Okla. SOPj. Sl-tnte lJtin
)ti C Woiralj was.JTjJoiorloifs'lij
suit lier.'todayWllfcrelH' his
a libel su
paper the Chief. waB sued for l2u0a
damages oii-nlna'iJllfor$atl.e6Vni iy
ionuiT iiy oiiuriicy ovuii : i -
Keene for sew;
Hie heajfi ora fy t'oinbatgif held
fow tiM a5J 'riie uri wa
sLoAra agj The luri was out
aboiji fitj -eight hours.
bM ilryuii; iulicuiiib. fume siuokoa tud
riuK aud iiso lht nuU'h tloU4es K.othuH
sndbuli. lav's Cream iiiihu wtluuiiitrr
wtnula or oo(d iu tho liend enoily and
I)lcwntly. Ala drngifists si IbeSOeeat
h-ritttte cr ciuo nueldn! It varesds It-all
overaa imtatcl am' nngry uurtiie reliev.
in Ipiinriiuilaly the puiuful Influinutioil.
UT a ' ;il llim n.i.iaius ixu tuu:..
. m y '? 'vwv vtj"'b faMwitvu in m
p . i . " -t- r-
v. fo!S'n'ryiiJir 1ruiawitloti simply dtvcl-
tm Wtw tipurycujirriii'iney iiry m tue (.acrcnonaj
week Mr i af.Ki iw iu wriuumuu u usmiui-
e been'tii ! '$ J" ! . u. "
uiau me -miuary iu.i vtau. .-..i
imk f w' ptUv-rWBtnl vlnij(s.
oura. ueniQinuey thjs stock
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I Road Overseer's Account Books. 1
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 109, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 22, 1908, newspaper, September 22, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72542/m1/2/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.