The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 28, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 22, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE LIS ADiag.. GjqTJlffiS QKLA Tr PESD AY B1S0BMB1SK 22 1908.
f AGK 'WTO.
I Brffc H M M I
"If REMEDY FDR' .
(Br Associated Press.)
Itnlon City Tonn.. Dec. 22. The
state iiractlcally completed Its ens
last night against tho eight nlloged
night riders on trial for the murder of
Captain Ilankln wiueu It drew troin
Frank Fehrlnger. a member of th
bftnd a detailed statement not only
of the Ilankln tragedy but of a aeort
or more of other outrages. It alro
called Mrs. Emma Thurman Johnson
one of till two women said to have
b;5on whipped by tho baud and had her
tell her story. -Tho
startling testimony of Frank
Fehrlnger. who confessed involving
the men as actual participants In
murder J Captain Knnkln wns given
with an exactudo of dotail that wa
nmnzlusr. As Mrs. Johnson's nun;
was called a murmur of satisfaction
ar 'se. Neany everyone knew she had
been 1'r"d hut V'pt the grand
jury and prosecuting officers no one
hd heard her sttfty. She removed
her veil reluotantly on tho Judge's ltv
struct! ns that she might be Uieard b
Mrs. John en had married Joe John-
son a man :0 years 'older than slid
and lived wliu him four years when a
child was born. Last August she sued
for divorce. chan;:iig cruolty and ask-
ing malhtenajice. iiUrly iu Scptembei
the riders s'ted hor borne and loft
wad that s must withdraw the
suit. She fahud to do 8t. and on a
second visit her father was whipped.
On both occasions alio was at her
sister's hoi e. Tho riders seem to
havo realized this for on September
30 about 11 . luck at night they went
to the sisters hcusc. Mrs. Johnsoti
awoke to tind hur bedroom filled with
masked and irmed men one of whom
)ie said .!) recognized as Fred Pinion
one of th defendants standing so
dose thatnhv a- ulil Jtquch hlnu t
"Wo hrt't-oine to tell yoli for tiro
"Inst time turn. uu must dismiss that
divorce -lilt" Pinion Is charged with
; will nur withdraw It" she ro
"Von 111. bsforo we get through
vlth you va thd reply.
"II you .u-mtss it now we will see
that ho supports tho chlkl but you
must not U'Ueh his iiroporty."
Mr Johnson obstlnntoly insisted
that she wrtuld prods tho enso. Thin
ttio imon flM out into tho yard to
consult. In u fow moments they ro-
turned. Pinion she sild stopped ovei
to tho young .toman's bed and Held:
"Oouio with us."
Two others of tho band soized the
young woman drugged hor from the
bod and hurriod her ubout 250 yards
awa' They throw her son a log In
the woods and ono of thorn beat her
ncrosa the shmilders with' a strap
Alter tho first beating they asked If
she would dismiss the suit. Sho said
no. Then sho was again whipped
This time her fighting spirit was
brokon nd sho sobbingly said she
would glvu in to their demands.
"Lot's glvo her another" said ono '.
"Mo" Pinion is said to have replied
"she has had enough."
Judge Jonas sent out tho Jury befo:e
court adjourned and said:
"There are eight defendants here
charged with a capital offonso. They
are rtot handoutfed npd nro under
guard of gnly two deputies. I do not
think this safe. Thoreforo J order the
sheriff to 'handcuff these men nnd ask
tho military to detail ton armed men
lo servo as guards.
Tho defonse objected vigorously but
tho judge refused to withdraw the or
Later Attorney General Caldwol)
said: "The order was mude advisedly
upon the lnf rnmtlon which reached
tln officers of tho court which infor
mation ueifared was enough to justify
us In taking mcry precaution legally
vTf rr in
Ely's CEARfl Balm
Sure to Glvo Satisfaction.
OtViS 'CLlCF AT OUCE.
Itrlpaiwi sMtl-tf lu-sls nudpotcctstho
Alnm I u u?t.u r. . iltms from Cntarrb
auil(trirci.. t i ! timhHottdiwiikly.
JlMiu-iM ' h .u- of 7'urto nnd HtuclL
Ruy ii u.x -JtiLiini no IuJurLmH drug
Apl'l'sl ' ito tla iKliU iud idworbtHl
Ifi. te : i fill ruU st PruggtiW or by
jrm jjijr. ' Cn m Uahu tor uo la
atfw-itr. 7&. -i .
EL SROTHEAS 63 Wtxrao St.. Ka Xuk
H A-RM L E S S REC1RK
WHICH ANYONE CAM
MIX AT HOME
NEARLY EVERY TIME
Acts on Kidneys and Bladder
' and Should Be Given
Cut talg -out and put In some s.ate
pUice for It Is valuable h'nd worth
nnre than anything olso In tho world
if you should have an attack of rheu-
matism or bladder trouble or nny.de-
rnngemont of the kidneys whatever
The proscription is lmple and can
he inndo up by anyone nt homo. The
ingredients win be had at any good
prescription pharmacy and all thnt Is
necessary Is to shake them well In a
Here it 1b: Fluid extract dandelion
one-onlf ounce; compound Kargon
one opticui compound syrup of sarsa-
parllltu three ounces.
Take a fajinoorfiil after each meal
and nt bedllma. A few irses Is snid
lo relieve utmost any case of blad-
Icr trouble frequent urination 'pnln
ititl scalding weakness and baeknehu
pain abov6 the kldnejs etc. It is
now claimed to be the method of
caring cbj-cuSc rheumatlBin because
of Its direct and positive action upen
tho ellmlnatlvo tlssuos of tho kidneys
It glvoe thorn Hfo and power to sltl
and strain the poisonous wnste mat
tor and uric ncld from the blood rq-
llovlug the worst roims f Hheumallstu
and kidney nnd hlnddor troubles. Th
oxtrnct dandelion acts upon tho stout
loH nnd liver and Is nsod also ox-
ipimivelv for reiiovlni: constipation nnd
Indigostlon Cotppbutiil sirsanarllla
cljnns anil ei)rlchosvtho blnll. 'fhH
Ib nothing better 'than Kurgan Com
pound for tho kidneys. (
This prescription Is safe to uso nl
any time. '
LOST Jronday genuine Ulack Mar1
tan muff Finder please notify 401
Korlh Ilrond street
New York. .Dec 22 That Ameri-
can wives take no interest In their
husbands busluoss but only In ?pem1
lug tho money tauy provide and thct
An it consequence "Amorleu .'s full of
nd-eyed r.nd' woll-tlressod women ut-
terly without powor" aro only a few
of the startling declarations nmdo by
Mary Hoaton Vorse In the course of
an article published 1 ntho January
Appletou's in whjoh she utte npts tu
prove that American women txerolstl
less riml influence than those of otht
American women are batter cJucn
tot more Indulged and inure lnconse
quentlal titan those of any of thu load-
lug countries of tho world she as-
se -ts and holds that in iwlnt o.f ic
tual power and Influence the wftmott
of France Oermauy Italy and Bng -laud
far exceod thoio or this country.
Her reason for this point of view sho
sums up In the statement that "busl-ue-.
bores most American wouiou."
Iu all the other countries which she
mentions womon tako an actfvo part
In bmlnofis o" polltlos. According to
Mr Vorse Franco is the country
where wohicfi n.'e most powetfnl. In
the VnlteJ States thc are onl the
HeferrinR to tie superior ducttton
of American women the Apwlotun ur-
Hcle ays "Tito question niu nrisen
in thy mluta of the thoughful of late
wjiouier wo owuootiqu qpeu tJ women
most equal power In the imiiJ.'Uni
ofTalrii of tholr llvo Aa u contrnjt
to this the American man stands
alone. Tho women folk of hi fnmlly
dp not help him. As far as his busi-
ness goes it is quite Immaterial
whether ho has n wife or wtnthor he
iins net. The wife goej her wo)-;
vends tho monoy provldod for her.
If there Is any saving done in that
family It Is aocompllsued by the man.
As a result of their In ilfference tn
bifelniKts America Is full of &nd-eyed
ruX w 11 dressed women.'
ViP(t by jirfcMHiH MMi
re niirn ?
sf s j B- mi n
l I r
s HI lulu
Washington Dec. 22. Andrew Cr.r-
neglo fiunous tor the millions he
made In the steel business and for
IiIb vlows on econotulo quostlo'is was
an entertaining If not Instructive wit-
ness before the houso ways nr- moans
. tllJh 1.- IA.tff ffulAKlnv
commlttrfe on tho tariff yost&rday.
An article on the IfirllT osin-clally
rel&tlug to tho steel schedule written
by Mi'. Carnegie recently appeared In
n monthly magazine. Owing to tho
statements mndo in that artlclo It be-
came tho basis fomho questions ask-
ed by the mombe'rs of tho coinmlltoo
at hearings on the stool schedule.
i As the testimony ol various steel
manufacturers wrfs nt vnrlnnco With
tho statements made by Mr. Carnegie
tho commit (ee Invited him to give
any Information the committee could
use. As Mr. Carnegie declined to ac-
cept the mv -Mon he was ubpoent-
ed. Mr. Ca jgle was to have beon
hoard nearly two iweeks ago but ask-
ed for a postponement Incili-ntly for
tho purpose of having the committee
spcure tho testimony of other steel
Athough he wns on the tand fot
nearly olght hours. Mr. Carnegie
laughed nnd joked good-naturedly
throughout. He exasperated several
of the "stanl-pttiors" with his epl-
graniinntlcrepllos prnlsoil tho genius
t Charles M. Schwsu urged tho com-
mtflnc to accent til tiMtlni'ihy cl
.ntlsr6 B. H Gary tR concJulvir. ami
told hcvernl funny stories. He avoid-
ed figures however to such p.n ex-
tent that it Is doubtful If the tnrlrt
frftniow are any moro onllghloned orj
tho Steel qitoBtlou than they wore boi
fore Mr. aarnoglo'wiiB sworn In.
Mr. Carnegie's principal cantontloi)
was thnt tho ste?l luilnstry neetis no
more protection: that it has reached ij
point In IJb dovolopuunt whero1 thij
American uianufacturers can compote
with the worn unlvr free trade coni
illtlonw While lir flnlino.l that thu
tcopt of labor and iiroJuctloifJlof'.steoj
nro less in tins country uu.u m im;
othor counf.rlo producing s'oul. Mn
Carnegie gave no figures to suppoi)
his cpu(oitloti8. .
"lie sold Judao Gary told the com
mlttoe that tho Unltod States Stee
corporation can got along without ;
tariff on Its product and that shoub
be suffiolent evidence Tor the commit'
toe to take off the tuty on stuel r.itil
Mr. CnrucKlo's testlmunv was niOii
unique ami Interesting and he fro!
(luenlly ouusvd much huightor. tn
Joke often lwlng at the expense of
the chairman or sumo othor member
of (ho commission. Ho declared cm-
niinttcnlly against combtnMlous or
"trusts" and said ho hail nothing to
do with tho sale of tho Carnegie Steel
company to tho United States Steoj
CGlipnrntlan. He characterised the
"stock gn.mbor" as being the worst
cltlscn a country could have and said
lie iiovur haul one associated with hint
Mr. Carnegie dealt largoly In tho
ores med reductions stating that hd
was niorely expressing his own opinion-
In .his testimony when 't varied
from that of Judge Gary and Mr
He :ild that these two gentlemeti
iwero truthful but woro Interested
witnesses and the oominlttoe shpuld
not place too much stresx on llgpieH
8iipplol by "lntwstel witnesses."
dlo evldontly onJoyed tho crossfiro of
questions mtt to him by both Ropun-
Uoan aivd Domocrntlc members of thu
committee but frequently expressed
regret that ho could not cruss-exam
Ina the members of tho committee. lie
soome'd to devote his ufforts to m(ik
It'tg CluJnuau I'aj'ne nnd lionrsonta
tlVos iDuIzelt and Forduoy nuconifor
Assistant Attorney K. 0. SplMman
has gonts to Washington D. C. tq
represent the state on som mnttors
before the United States Suproma
0u-t Ho will visit hh boyhood
homo In Virginia on Christmas Day
e of the
of tho hafipylmmrs of to-day is a vast
fuhd of informnJCTn as to the best method!
of promoting Ticltlt and happiness an4
right living and knowledge of tho world'i
Products of actual excellence and
reasonable claims truthfully presented
and Trlilch luvo attained to world-wida
acceptance through-llio approval of tho
Wcll-Informcd of tho World; not of IndU
YiMiidU only but o tlio many who havo
thu happy Iat;uHV f wlccttng-uwl obtain
ing; the best Uio world afford .
One of the products .f that cl.-u of
known component parts an KthtcaJ
remedy approved by physicians nhtl com-
mend by the WcU-Infonuwl 'oT the
Worlilosavaluablc-aud wholosonio family
laxalivo U tho well-known Syrup of 1'lgi
anil lvllxir of Senna. Tp P't iU beneficial
effects always buy the enuUic manu-
factured by ho Cabromu Fig Srup Co.
only and foT wle by nil leading druggist.
(ContlnJfi from Page One.)
time to play politics niv' alk It oso-
velt 'reformation of mankind.
Frank Tucker county clerk buck
Slatomonlts of Wlllets. alleging
ey nro true to tha letter i
"Wooilwa'rd couitty'' shJlt Mr. Ttlik-
6rl "cnti battle with even ft Federjtl
ladii office but the blow they .doait tiS
tfl to Iteprosontatlve Hart hurt and
o il: not detfy it. Mi Hart wns .t
real flivnnt of our people and stood
to iieqnlro ovon gi-pater pieitlge Wo
hrt proud "of Corporation chairman
lovo vrhbnt' Oklahoma eh --e -as one
the state's executive heails and vn
admit that wo hnd hope of Mr. Hau
becoming of 6Ven greater use than
ho had been. The land office seems
to luvo hold tlie same opinion niv'
took oalnsto offpet his defeat. We're
nU yolpln nor will we but relating
racts. Meanwhile we are making
preparations to give the Federal ap-
pointees a political contest where
sculps will bo taken down as low as
a ball room dross nnd if Dick Mori tin
ever gotB back to Congress jou can
smash my claim ns seer or pr phet of
And mon who know vouch thnt Wjl-
lels and Tucker make a pair that pulls
long and hard Mo obtain objects.
Woodward county Is one of r mnnc
and history in Oklahoma whore char
acters with stnto faino abound and few
other counties have 'as many men win
arc listed as knowing t ie game of
stato politics and playing t the limit.
Feol languid weak run-down?
headache? Stomach "off"? Just a
plain cose of lazy liver. Burdock
Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach
promotes digestion' purifies the blocd-
We have always maintained the
reputation for furnishing the best
cteaks in the city and now that Christ-
mas is approaching we are going to
show off. That's at Schmit's 212 Wert
L ASK HASKELL IP HELP
Special to Dally Leader.
Topoka Kas. Dec. 22. Governor
E. W. Hoch on his return from the
Unst announced that ibo would confer
with Qovornor C. N. Haskell tt Okln
homa at onco In regard to nn investl
gntlon of tho charges made by Miss
Kato Barnard. Oklahoma commission'
It of bharltlea and crrccilons agalnM
the mnnngoment of the Kansas peniten
tiary. Warden Haskoll huo domandu
an Investlgaticn. ' t
Should Governor Haskell of Oklnho
tint .bii:le to Join In tho selection el
a committee to make tho investigation
Qovornor lh.ch will insist that fro
name part ot It. .
"I am -sure thoro Is nothing In thd
charges' sold Oovernor lloch "but
tlgated just the
Owe Kansas and
Topeka Kuns.. Dec. 22. Govern
Hoch today namod a comtultteo to lu-
vostlgato charges of cruolty towards
couvlctB at Jho siute ponltontlRry nt
Lansing as imade by Kato Barnard
member of tho Oklahoma stale boatd
of charities! Tho mombors or th?
connpltteo aroj Dr. S. J. arumblne
Frank. aKllilayinfcy: Uharlos M. Shel-
don Prrfr."'F V. Blackmun and F. D.
The governor reiutosted the Invostl
gallon to 'lK'gin at tho earliest possi-
AV. A. Greinwood whd has been the
Santa Fc'u .wardnkster at Guthrie tho
past seven yjears and John nnd A. O.
MoQullough. of tho switching crew
is ere discharged troth sorvlco here
yesterday by Division Superintendent
W. K. Ktter. Tho affair was brought
about through the Corporation com-
mission when a second complaint was
filed with the Commission charging
the yardmastUr nniLt'Une of the switch-
men with limiting demands of business
firms Tor money for performing their
duties as switchmen. Tho recent oam-
iilaiut was lodged by the Logan
County Farmers uuion which had ship-
ped In a enr load of coal from McCur
tain lilghteon of the members of tho
union hnd 1 lued to purchase the car
load of coal which arrived Saturday
morning. Tno Union in Its complaint
alleged that tho yardmastor and
swltuhmen had refused to set the car
for them so that the oightoon pur-
chasers could unload the coal Into their
wagons unloss 25 conts was given by
each of tho men.
Tho Corporation commission aftor
Investigating tho complaint laid tho
mntter before Superintendent Ktter
and tho dlsc'uargo of tho men follow
Yates Center Kas. Sept. 18 1908-r-After
my doctors gave me up to die'
Halls Texas Wdnder cured tne of Kid-
ney and Bladder trouble. It Is the besj
medicine on' earth. Mrs. II S. John'
son. Sold by all druggists.
On account of delayed trains Into
Donvcr Harry Westbivok was unable
to attend the1 funerul services of hU
mother Mrs. Eus'ond Westbrook yea
terday afternoon anj in oonsequenco
Interment of the body was delayed tin.
til tomori'jw morning at eleven j'clock
Mr. Westbrook. who comes from San
Frapciico. Calif will arrlvo here on
tho midnight train The burinl serv-
ices will bo conducted from the its!-
dorjee. M East Harrison avenue.
. -I T !'
.U.MltA. ylRHSBttt U4 lH unj.j yji
bewailed deeeat of good
they should ibo Inves
ainu. It laniduty'wQ
Oklahoriilt aTwoll as W
I . '' ' ' 'iii !& U. Ai.CiS. j: 1'"
To Patrons and FriaMii
I WANT to oxipml my hearty Christmas Greeting to all. You
have D6eu'Jk1nd to mo during tho past year lind I Solicit-
-as contihiiatjibn bf that patronage during tho coming year. -
If there is anything that you wish in niill work remember
that 1 havd one df tho best equipped planning mills in the'South
' ' ' ' t ' . ' ' ' " '-
west: My reputation for interior wortf stands for itself I am
till contracting; tod find at' this time it giVes me pleasure in
wishing due ariol all a "Merry Ohristmas and a Happy Year.
S PERTAINING TO S
State Oil Inspector K. Koi'ey left
today for Peery to spend the hollf
C. IJ. Bon rate export of Iho Cor
poratlou commission has returend
Special School Land Appraiser W
O. Fleipmlng returnod' to Ponca City
last evening. .
A. D. Humbarger of tho state
agency enforcement idopi.Ttment
spent Sunday In tho Capital City.
J .p Connors chairman of the
board of control of tho stato petal-
tentlary bos returned from a trip to
McAlester. He reports the additional
fifty convicts recently ordered wjtjf-
drawn from the Lansing -prlso'ri now
on the roadi to thor McAlester fitopk"-
a'de. Judge T. H. Doyle of tho Criminal
Court of Appeals yesterday cele-
brated his birthday. iHo says the
reason he Is so short Is because ho
was born on tho shortest da) In tin
Assistant Secretary Loo Meyer
took In JC55.00 &a fees for charters
Saturday and $50000 Monday.
Governor Haskell has passed up tho
Tulsa city shatter to Attorney General
West for an opinion as to Its consti-
tutionality. Tho charter was adopted
at a special election hold at Tulsa on
July 3 and has beon in the givernof's
hmds since that time. This 1b the
first chartex form of government to
uo legally presented to tho governor
nnd he wants to "ne sure thnt tho
charter Is perfectly legal before ho
Idsuos his proclamation ac other
towns will probably follow the lead
.or Tulsa Jn establishing the commis-
sion form of government lf !t proved
satisfactory urol will pattern after the
PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAY8.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
to cure any case of Hchlug. .Blind
Bleeding of Protruding Piles' In 6 to
14 dnys or money refunded. " r0c.
Ducks and geese for that Chrlstmss
dinner at Schmlt'e 212 West Oklaho-
' Q: mo good lumber jind"-klnflllng
wood. Ask' at busluc'ss offlde Dolly
Burford Will Recover.
News from Vlulti that Frank Bur-
foul assistant .attorney lor Washing-
ton ccunty. had successfully under
gone the qppen ileitis opo-ation and
is ou tlio sure rojri to recovery. Ir.
Ilurfonl Is known to almost all Guth-
rie citizens and all will be pleased to
know ho has beea ble to overcome
the ailment &nd tho swock ot tne op
eraton for relief.
l '. .
The Place to Get Candy is of
a Candy Mail
TT ALL THE CANDY MAN makes it a point!
JL "JL to sell only the very best of iGandies. He
ihakc)? thorn fresh every tlay and he knows howhat'sU.
the secret of it. Let us iill that ordjjjr for you for"
thatXmas dinner. ITillUhe childfe stocking with
jiure whok'somo candy. Cill on
v' ' HALL : I
The Candy Man.
M POSTAGE STAMP U SALE
The new 2-cent stamps are hero. At
the present tlmo thoy can be secured
oply In tho books. Later when all
of the old stylo stamps are sold out
the new stamp not in books will bo
placed on sale.
From now on the new stump will
do made exclusively and the front
views of George Washington will die-
itppoar. At the postofilco those who have
prouounced nesthotlc tastes declare
that the now stamps aro not as pret-
ty as tho old ones. However thaf ts
a mntter of opinion.
The now two-cent stamps &ro rod
In color but Instead or a -front View
of Washington the stamp contains a
profile. All tho now stamps except
the ouo-centors contain tho profile Of
Washington. Tao borders nro ail
Identical tho head being an ellpso
on en with laurel leaves on either
side and the -nords "IT. S. Postage"
at tho top. while the denomination Is
There nre no JS'aud ?5 stf.nips to
be manufactured hereafter.
Tho new 1-cent stamp contains a
picture of Hen Franklin from Hou-
don's bust. Otherwise' It Is like tho
2-coht stamp except In color.
Asks Return of Prisoner.
Governor Haskell last ovon'ng Issu
ed a requisition on Governor Camp-
bell of Texas for the return to Ste-
phens county of H D. Barlow who
is wanted on the charge of JUposIng
of mortgaged property. Barlow Is
under arrest at Ft. Worth.
j-. . .annvac A let"- r k .- -
Lxtlv pronto Q&&tVAJv
ri ww wnw w.jf . .... -?
.:nj;j !!(p;: iv
TODAY IN j
DBPTS k li v . -'
Yale Ammoment Company of Mus-
kogee with 'a capital stock of $10'000
the director nre: . L. W- Brotfhy.
Alice L. Broihy and H. P. Mo8leyIt
El Reno Stnatrlum and Tralnlhg
Scnobi fOr Nieces with the following
trustees J. A- Hatchett Harry Hat-
chett. F. H. Clrk all of El Bono.
The Pittsburg Coal Minnlng iCohi-
pnny of McAlorter with a capltel
stock of $100006. Tho directors arei
C. H. Mathws I Kee. E. C. Mlllen.
A. If. Thomas and A. G. Bryan all of
The Oklahoma ate Bank of TJilsa
with a capital stow of $25000. Tde
tllrijctora are: L. L Marr of TuJjSA.
Lorenzo D. Mar- art.1 J. W. Welton
ilolnhnrd' all of Tulsjl .
Th Crcston Oil Conpany of iart-
lesvllte with a capital "Mock of JIOO.-
000. The directors are Will to Phil-
nil's. P. J. Spless and C. Ji Young U
' nt nirllnnvllln Tho ir.jtiVttn ill! lnUi.
pany of owuta with a capital st6cS
of $!QQQ0. The directory rtre- .G.O.
Tuttle J. Wjkoft of BarlLisvllle. C.
E. Klter of Nowata and E.Rogs
of Iteumalno. .
West Virginia Oil Company .pfi Sa-
pulpt with a Mpltal stock of J?r.0Q0
Tho directors are: Frank F. Ul;u; pf
Tulsa: U H Jackson of Sapulpa yid
XL 9. Lichfield all of Independence.
Kansas. ..t x
TNe Medl Grccery s headquartSrs
for grecerlss and turkeys.
.ninifiT.7IWTW il. '3
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 28, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 22, 1908, newspaper, December 22, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72617/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.