The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 305, Ed. 1, Friday, November 24, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES SEE W. M.
official papeb or loaAxcorsrr.
BY KOY HOFFMAN.
One mo"th delivered la oltr
One niatitli by mall j
Tint mental ' jJ
S t mosUn 3 m
One year v ow
One Tear i "
KAllOKAU TIUE TAHLK.
No. 4CW Cliteha?n Express...
No. 4(H M. niver Bxpros..
No.4SS. Way Freleht
'o m Local Freight
No. 403 Texas Expre
No. 4flf7 Oklahoma Express...
No. 423 Way Freftrht
l'aeneers hould procure
fort1 eetUnc on thf train
6:4$ a. m.
. 3;20 p. m.
. 7:0) a. m.
. 1:05 p m.
Tho Loader Bindery is onoof
the best Institutions of tho
kind In th West and Is daily
turning out largo quantities of
work. Sond In your order for
binding and blank books and
thoy will bo promptly at-
NOTICK Tl VDVKKTI-Klti.
Copy for d'splay advertisements In
TnK Leader rujst hereafter be In the
office br 7 o'clock p. m. to insure In
sertion In the paper of the following
tnornlnc. Parties haying new ads or
changes will please remember this and
povem themselves accordingly.
IloLt tho ball for sowaraire.
A Tti.r.rnoxE !n tho city hall is a
The Sapulpa extension of the Frisco
ThehkV a hen on and she's bound
to tackle' Etrpact'y 1
TriEr now declare that
has a bomb in her seat
Rev. Sam 10x0 is having trouble
with the devil ovor In Memphis.
A would'h t'Ain territorial museum
should be established at Guthrie.
Is levying a tax on menageries the
council seemingly did not include it-
self. Tins Is a funny world. First an
epidemic of crank then an outbreak
All hall. Queen LtlL The prospects
arc that tha old girl will get more
hail than reign.
The Wichita Eagle ays: "Kansar
is suffering from a virulent attack of
"Ad astra per aspcrx"
Two mex started out Sunday to go
OTer Niagara falls In a boat. There
uill be no tombstones on thoir graves.
Tiieiie is a move on foot it is said
to organize a court of the five Indian
nations. The plan is hardly feasible.
The city solons overreached them-
telves In trying to observe aldcrnianh
courtesy in tho council chnmbur last
Let acor Woodruff marry Mlv.
Gould if he likes. He is no better than
Che Goulds. Some poverty stricken
oount will book her coin if he don't.
I No a I.I J has gone off nguin. In St.
Louis the other day he said: "Ameri-
can politics has been tho science of
compromise and the thief character-
isili of politicians has been pusillan-
imity." QiV D8 GAS.
The city council has its jib-boom up
and is tacking In the right direction in
the gas franjhiso matter. All the
bolons arc friendly towards thu gas
plant project and is safe to ay be-
fore a year passes such a plant will
be undergoing construction. It is
evident that the council proposes to
make progress its shibboleth. Our al-
leged electric light system Is a dis-
grace to the olty. If a first class elec-
tric system cannot be maintained let
us have gas besidos it gives better
and more reliable burrico.
Sitter Prlet Tendered anOtatlon by the
Duuclitt-r of Itrbekuli
On Wednesday evening the Daugh-
ters of ftebekab gave a birthday sur-
prise at the residence of J. L Priest
corner of Oak and Vilas tho occasion
being the twenty-eighth birthday of
Sister Priest. Among the brothers
and sisters present were Mr. and Mrs
II I Strough Mr aid .Mrs. II. J.
Vandenberg. Mr. and Mrs. G. V.
Hruce Mrs. S. IX Decker Mrs. F. C.
Basset Mrs. M. Weinberger Mrs. Kate
Strible Misses Louisa Stoeutn and Lil-
lie Mater Me&sr. Charles Metz. I).
:-cboenua.d and others. An elegant
supper was provided and the evening
was spent in social games May bis-
ter Prise t enjoy many happy returns
of the happy oeea&ton is the wish of
her many friendr.
WILL CONDUCT A BANK.
Mnin FltU Wtilkln uU M'lUon Open a j
lunkijc liou.eat i'n. j
Tlie l'annee Hank was granted '
articles of incorporation uy Secretary 1
Ixiwe yesterday The capital tock is
p'acedat? j "lteiacorlKira.lQrs
are CoL Amos 1 tts of the l'erry town-.
site board Attorney Walkini and CoL I
AH are food rocn and should I
f DELEGATES SELECTED
Yesterday to Attend the Mate hod Con-J
trillion at KlnglWtier.
A mass meeting called to select del-
egates to the statehood convention at
Kingfisher on November was hold
In the district court room at t o'clook
yesterday afternoon -
The call was rar.da by Henry E. Asp.
member of the ew-cutlve commtttoe.
and on motion Mr. .Asp was made
ehalrmun of the meeting T.J. Hart
was made secretary.
The business of the meeting was
" vatehod with little ceremony. On
motion of A. C Schnoll a committee
cotHDOsed of Harper a Cunningham
A. C Sehncll and George Gardner was I
appointed by the chair to select ten
delegates and ten alternate delegatos
to represent Logan connty at King-
fisher. This committee at once made
the following report:
Delegates Henry K. Asp T. J.
Austin II S. Cunningham llobert
Martin E. D. Nix G G. Horner C
L llarnc. George Gardner W. II.
Campbell and Joseph Wlsby.
Alternato delegates E. Hemlock
IL K. '""lazier J. 11 Keaton. O. It Fe-
gan. wuls E Pitts. A. J. Spengel. T.
O Rislf v. A. II Huston A. C. Schnell
and J . I 11 rooks.
The report of the committee was ap-
proved ard the following resolutions
prepared liy Judge Foster introduced:
Reolcd that any delegate appointed
to attend the Kl.igflslmr convention who
cannot attend such contention In erson
be requeMed to secure an alternate to at-
tend In his place.
Ahd that the delrgatos attending lie
authorised to cat the entire vote of the
AN INTERESTING SERMON.
Iter Klnc of Thlequh TelU or MUMonarr
Work In the Indian Trrrltory
Kcv. Wm. M. King superintendent
of missionary work in Oklahoma and j
Indian Territories preached at the J
First Presbyterian church to a good '
sized congregation last orealug. This)
Is Rev. King's initial visit to t ho capi-1
tal of Oklahoma and he says ha is
greatly lmpresed with tho thrift and
push of Guthrie and the activity in
His sermon last night was at once
interesting and entertaining. He
dwelt nt considerate length on Mis-
sionary work in the Indian Territory
and told of the great good belug ac-
complished. Ills statements and fig-
ures show to what dcgre the Indians
are progreting and working in the
cause of Christianity. Rev. King Is a
deep thinker and a. fluent exhorter
and he is doing great good In the two
territories in the capacity of synodlcal
V A TALE OF WOE.
Aiuaui! SI. Ilrltc NVnt m Uttorce from
Hrr llrutal HutbJnil.
Amanda M. llriggs through her at
torneys Gardner & Rlsley filed a uit (
for divorce In district court yetterduy j
from her husband Professor D. S.
In hnr ntltlnn tlii nlaintifl tolls a .
mournful tale of woe and alleges cru-
city of all shapes and k nds against
her husband the professor who is a
sebosl teacher drawing a salary of
SIS per month bhc alleges that the
defendant It ngt oply cruel but has
fulled to provide for herself and child-
run Sho wants a legal sparatlon-at once
ud wauls it wii'i nil her might.
CAUGHT BY CUPID.
lit Juilgn l.ilvrnirt. (ilr .Severll
Couple OvUgltt mil atlfctlnii.
I iii.-s F. HarUer awo in from Now
i xlco several du.kEugoA'Uh matri-.ti-jny
in his fr.un. He hud voqc4
md won a vivacious widow of Ills
name Mrs. Id i May Parker of the
Chickasaw nation. The couple came
to the city yesterday und were joined
in wedliH:k latt crfplug by Probate
The following couple were lifieo&ed
H J ward Cheney and Miss Maggie
Lewis of Spring Creek township.
Thomas Sloan and Miss Samantha
M. Crabtree of Mulhall.
Knlil anil Mtatehni.it.
The following letter explains itself; 1
Kmo Ok. Xov. 82 lsW
It was claimed this morning by I
parlies who remained in the room i
after the statehood convention ad-'
Journed yesterday that tbey went to
the stovu where the ballots had been
thrown ani took them out uud re-
counted inakiug arlldarlts this morn -
ing to J W. Tompson chairman of the
convention that the "ballot box" had
been AtutTed to suit the conveniences
of the select feis and getting all the
.... f.1... 1.1 ...( . I. . .1 . T h r ... l n r.
imiuedlateiy appoiutad a committee to
recount the votes tt last oount
clianging the delegates coLtidiirable
as three of yesterday's were left by
The impression is that the de'ega-
tion will be contested It makes a bad
showing for Knld but nevertheless we
are for statehood first last and all the
Several arrests were made yesterduy
by V. A. Marshal llutnor. two buing
made for eraslc? certain words and
figures on land odiac papery.
In all probability there will be an-
other convention called. Mir.b'K!
The lllc llslit."
To The I.eadeb
It it ofUn the case that the best and
1 most substantial portion of a com-
I munity are unheard in print caused
no doubt by the fact that business
men are engrossed in their own per-
6onal affairs and do not have time to
give ezpressien to their sentiments on
paper tut we fjinic the art - n yes
teray s News s uld not gi abroad
Your correspondent believes that I
Oklahoma and liuthr do irnl d-sire
Ac Corbet t-Mitchell flght brooght U
our boantifnl territory Alreadv our
rivals are ''aiming that Oklahoma i
the dumping ground of the country
and such an action as is advocated by
the News would onijr give truth to
like class of statements. Shoo Id Okla-
homa welcome a thing that has been
driven from other states and cities?
Oklahoma who has yet a reputation to
make ! Ko. and in saying this we be-
lieve we voice the sentiment of nine-
tenth of her people. The writer iu the
News would make fair Guthrie "the
great center of the sportin; world
Vhat honor ' What glory ! Fathers
would they be anxlons to brine? their
wives sons and daughters here society
would become purer and basineas
IXes any sane man be-
Iteve such stuff ? No : Such princi-
ples emanate fr m a crazy brain. Again
the News arti -le openly advocate th
violation of the laws of the territory
and aeks Guthrie to be a party to it
lion- to Tell the DliUnre at Which a
Thiimter-Mo in It Itclni;.
Although lightning and thunder oc-
cur always simultaneously an inter-
val of shorter or longer duration Is
usually observed between these two
phenomena which is due to the fact
that sound travels only at the rate of
1100 fe-t per second while the pass-
age of light is almost Instantaneous.
iiaMMi upon mis i.i v it is an
matt-r to tel' at li;st anproxlmi'elv.
how many nllcs a thunder-storm Is
nway. A normal pulse will beat about
one stroke to the second and by count-
ing the pulse-'-cats during the interval
of the lightning and the thunder the
lapse of seconds is arrivod at and con-
sequently the number of foot which
can be reduced to miles.
For example: If thirty seconds
elapse between the tlash of the light-
ning and the crash of thunder the
storm center is at a distance of 33.000
ect or altout six and a- half miles
in ulmost nccuratc calculation can be
nade bv using a watch with a minute
MUpUccil "Little Itrcrclipt.M
Jlret Hartc is so frequently compli-
mented as the author of "Little
iJre-'Jies" that he Is almost as sorry it
was ever written as is Colonel John
Hay. who wo. Id prefer his fame to
rest on more ambit. ous w ork. A gush-
ing lady who pr ded her elf upon her
literary tastes said to him once: "My
dear Mr Harte I am so delighted to
meet you I have road everything you
ever wrote; but of all your dialect
verse there is none that compares to
your 'Little Ilreeches." "I quite
agree with you madam" siid Mr.
llartc; "but you have put the little
breeches on thp wrong man. The
honor belongs to tny friend Ifay.
Knighu or Coiumiils
The manager In ehargo of the Knights
ot Columbia organization hopn to Inatl-
tnto to-night with from HO to I5J charter
member-. It Is one of the bo-t beneficial
organizations in the country an worthy
of patronaire. Some of tho K-t men In
tho city will be connected with the lodge
It Is probable that a liko lodc will
be instituted In Guthrie at an oarlv
A Stvrll l.unrhf-oll.
A pleasant luncheou was given
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Willard
Stapleton complimentary to St. Mar-
garet's and Ladies' guilds two aux-
iliaries of the Kplv-opnl church. The
occasion was a delightful one in every
4Urrd Cutllc Thlrr Hound Oirr.
Sharp and Nichols tho alleged cat-
tle thieves were given a preliminary
examination before Judge Lawruuce
yesterday. The evidence was strong
against them and the culprits were
bound over to dl irlct court in the sum
of 500 each.
tirpery Coiumlnloiirr Appolntril.
G. F. Wilbur rocently of Chicago
received a commission from Secretary
Lowe yesterday as general comoils-
sloncr of deeds of Oklnhoma territory.
D. P. Marum was appointed rommis-
sloner of deeds of X county and
Charts II. Webster was made sur-
veyor of hjc same county.
c. i- s.. p.
The C.I.S.C meets Xov. tit. at the
residence of Mrs. Lucy Fowler Xa
000 Division struct
''Roman History'' Analyses and
view of chapter 4.
-KeonomlcV' Pages 150-150
Reading from Roman literature
I'rutMiiiy strum; 1 1.
Three soonrs near Knld named
! Campbell. Gray and Hudson have
1 mysteriously disappeared aud it is
feared that thoy liavo been lynch mi by
( a vlgilanee eomiiiltteeaoiupMtii of teU
1 tlors on Skeleton creek nar Knld.
. . w
The Guild of Trinity church will
hold their baaar on the I Sib. 13th and
14th of December when a great many
1 useful and fancy articles will be on
j tale suitable for Chrutraa presents.
I Don't fail to save your money for the
j event. stf
) Miller's candy kitchen Is the place
to get all kinds of fresh home-made
i caudles. 30 tf
Gold-Coin Heating Stoves
BRONSON IN REAR OF BANK
BOAT TdROtf Mil MOM AWAY
K- B. IaILJLxIR & GO.
Drug Book and News Depot.
We expect to occupy that large elegant room in the new Victor block
about November i and in order to reduce our Wall Paper and Paint
stock will make special prices on these goods tit ring the remainder of
this month r a" will sarpr.se vou. We keep the largest stock of schoo'
books and sc'..ool supplies in the city. Fine Peifutnes and Toilet goods
Ilrrrrj-Nt I rum Ih Thrift Strip
Al.VA. Ok.. Nov.S.
Corrfspondrncf' f Th leader.
K P. Williams proprietor of the
Alva bank can-. infrom McPherson.
Kan. yesterday. Mr. Williams started
the first bank in McPherson.
The Chrorlcle ofllce wis tid y
moved into the Reeder building on the
north side of the square They u ill
have mure commodious quirtera than
J. M. ltaker aid District Ccr
Hardin Kby have moved into their
new otHoe near the lnd oflice wher-
their friends will hereafter find them
Th rain that began falling about 12
o'clock Sunday night continued ul
most unceasingly for twenty-foui
hours putting the ground in good con-
dition lor the growin? crop.
I (There is no let up to the building
At the statehood convention held
here Saturday night a resolution favor
ing doulle statehood was adopted b
a large majority and the followin
delegntes were appointed la atteii
the convention tailed to meet a
Kingfisher on the jih: Messrs. F. II
Alexander S. L Johnson G. S. Vun
guudy. Dr. W. M. Murphy. A. 11
Andrews W. F. Haifield. William
sturdevan' John A. Moe. J. F. Shaur
non and 11. II. Case.
ABOUT THE EARTH NUT.
riir Ilipnrlmrnt '.tut Kei-umiiinntfn I. u.
n (louil IVfil l'..r Houk.
Oae ot the be.t food plant for hogs
viirkeys und chickens that has been
tried ut the Oklahoma Experiment
Stution is the earth-nut or Clin fit.
Without any cultivation whatover af-
ter planting pnd on thu poorest lunc
on the farm this plant ycllded at thp
rat of 19(H) pounds per acre of deli
cute sweet nuts like tubers tht m
lured early 111 tne fall and remaiued in
the sod wltnot loss Mil wanted. Tln-
food plant should be inod by every
farmer raiding hogs as they only nee.
to be timed iuu in-- uuft deld lud
the barsekiing uf-(be trop '1 be rae.t
from Chufa fed botik hai a n h fla.or
an 1 v ia f it . d ' n n. ; this too.
very 1 0 irabie end mlhal very cheak
Pond Creek Sunteult: Mr. Fletcher
who lives just eaat of low n succeeded
in capturing and killing a large panlh
er about a mile oa&t of town. Thu
dogs got onto it'a trail about two
o'clo. k this morning und followed ii
until day light this morning when
thoy succeeded in Hatching and killing
It. It wa an e.Ntremly large one and
it or another one killed one of Fiuther's
dos a few weeks agn. Fioteher has a
pack o 13 or 13 lino houniU and pro-
poses to make It lively for any var-
mint that may cros his way.
A sjilcimlii SiidviIui;.
The total enrollment In the public
schoola at present is 1317 pupils uc
eoniing to buper'.ntendiint I.il lory's
report 13S new puplU bung added
this month. The per cent of atten-
dance is good: it the colored schools
the per cent 1 1 attendance In above U2.
The average number of popiK In each
room i fifty -live. Thi it au ex elii nt
bowing for our huol. uprin-
tendant Vlallory and the faculty ure
hard workers aod their ciforts are
being rewn ded.
Hiilji;a .Jullr Time
The iIle-Cody-Siilwe!l hunting
party i penetrating the jungle of the
famous Wichita mountains- They
have aa ambulaqoe und military es
cort of thirty mounted men orderly
sergeant cook and teamsiers. The
dUtioguihed party itl u ndoubedtlj
hare a royal oulipg in tbe Fort Sill
I 11 riyiiu'. mil
Delegate Flyun h injrodu'edin
con?rt) bill providing for the leas-
ing of section le and 6 in tbe Chero-
kee outlet for public school porpoaes
and section 13 for the benedt of tbe
territorial institutions of learning.
Tbj poivt r is vested in tbe governor.
If you want paints or wall paper
call on Liilie Co. bee ad elsewhere
in thu papr r.
Street Opposite Postoffice
Liilie & Co.
Firt published in the Oklahoma Leader
No emW 54. l".a.
Notice of Publication.
Land office at Guthrie. Oklahoma Terri-
tory N'ovemlwr 1. ISM.
Notice Is hereby gl on that the follow
Ing named settlor has fllfd notice of hl
Intention W make final proof in support of
hl claim and that -ftid proof will tx
made N-firr the register and receler at
the L". S. land ollice at Guthrie. Oklaho-
ma territory on January 2. ls"94. li-
Sarah Warren for the northwest quar-
ter of section thirty-four township six-
teen range three wM. She names tho
following wlttie-i' to proe htr continu-
ous residence upon and cultiation nf
said land viz: T. T. Pattou Jacob Par
tenhelmer. dames Wanzer and John
Jone. all of Guthrie. O. T.
Any peron who dolre to protest
AL'aln-t the allowance of such proof or
who know of any substantial reason un-
der the law aiidresulatfons of the inti-r-lor
department whv xiich proof should
not lie allow ed will bo clvon an opportu-
nity at the aliove mentinrel time and
place to cro-eanilne the w Itnestc of
said clnlmnuL and to offer evldoncc in
rebuttal of that submittal bv claimant.
11 UJ W. D. LixiiSAA. Register.
In the ditrlct court of Logan count)
Teiritorv of OMulinma.
T. G. flagon plaiiltltr. n . J. R. llradley.
Said defendant J. R. P.rndley will take
notice tliat ho has bwn smtl in the above
named court niion a promfMiry note and
mii-t answer the petition lilou thi-roin on
or before the 1'ithday of January A l .ls'M
or ald lM'tition wilflic takon as true and
judgment tendered in -aid cau-p In favor
of the plaint i IT for the sum or two bun?
died and fortj -eight and thlitv-eeu
hundredth- Jls.ST.i dollar. with Interest
lliereon at tne
tfiSM urtelnliX K
nt procewllngs theielu hud on
wbjeh leiy wa made on lot elelitteen'iw)
in block thirty -nine 3t.iiu tlic Cit of
Guthrie Logan county. Territory of' Ok-
lahoma will be sustained and judgment
will be rendercsl acconltnBl). ami for the
ale of said property to pay said judg-
ment. AttiM: ISinr.EiLt Cottkijai.
Loris K. Pitt8. Atf- Plt'ff.
Clerk District Court. 11 1
To Mary Regan:
Yon are hereby notified that you have
been sued In the probate court of Losan
county Oklahoma territory by John M.
Regan. In an action fur divorce und you
must ankttur the (.oiulon of said John M.
II sftlU JO III) M.
:ourt In said
3d day of Jan-
1 will betaken
jr divorce rcn-
liegan men in sain court
notion on or liefore tho
uary 1W or said itetltior
as truu aud iudement for
dcred analnsi nou accordlnelv.
S. S. Lawiiexck Probate Judge.
Gko. Pkice Attorney for Plaintltl.
Dated Xovomber '.1). 1SU3 303d tw
In tlie probate court of Logan count'
Oklnhoma territory: '
II. M. Adam plaintiff. v. H D. Go-
tluiuer and 1. . K. Itearh- defendant '
The defendant II 1). Gothauer will
take notlco that ho has been sued by tho
plaintiff II. M Adams and said Adam- 1
has tiled hl petition in the probate court I
of Logun county Okluhoma territory
a-klua judemont Dff.ilti-t the defendant
in the cum of iiu.m with 12 it cent In-
teu-t tierton from August 27 lev.'; that
the defendant must answer the petition
Hied by the plaintiff II. M. Adams on or
befoie the ith day of January ls9i. or
the petition ill lie taken a-true and
Judgment un the proml or) note sued on
ill ho rendered accordingly; thai tho
property attached In said action will be
old and tli proceeds applhsl to the sat-
isfaction of said Judgment and co-t of
suit h. it. Lawhe.nck
Dated XovemberSO lsW.
II. I). Toiui and Tkaol'k Rsy.
Ilt3 Attornejs for Plaintiff.
iallst women's '
Dr. Karrington horn
cidn and surgeon 6te
diseases and reutal diseases. Latest
methods for the cure o? chronic and
nervous diseases and relief to those
who aro overburdened with too much
flesh which become u disease. Rup
ture cureu w-unoui me unite or ueten
tion from business. Electricity ic
some of its forms cures some cases
where all other means falL Calls f?r
ncuto oiim's answered day or nigl t
Odlce over pengel s furniture storu
Have you tried those cigars at Lil-
lie's drug store? 22.5-tf
Dr. (i.A. lluclift
Dentist graduate dental department
Vanderbiit university Xashrille.Tenn.
Gold crown and bridge work artifi-
plal teeth inserted qn any base de-
sired. Teeth safely pstractpd by the
dm of either local or general anm-
AH diseases of the oral cavity skill-
Xerres killed in aching teeth with-
Erery operation guaranteed to be
etnatly Urkt pink.
Co inn and sen ma Ofllce room 33. 1
llenilteb' block orer Capitol national
The basruwnl under LiUle's dmg I
store will be for rent after November j
1. The best location for a barborshop
in the city
Fois Salk A lady's
j 4 J5 North First street.
TheXewYoik Weekly World and
Weekly Leauer one year for S1-S0
OF INDIAN Tl-RRI i ORY.
IU W.Kits IN
SHELF AND HEAVY
1 Tin Shoo In Connection.
Reopened for Busir.ess!
Better Than Ever!
Rates $1.25 and $1.50 per Day
NICE CLEAN ROOVS. DZST MEALG IN THE CITY.
MRS. D. BLUBAUGH Propriotross.
W McXEAL PnisiiiENT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BAN!
A. J. SEAY
Iloerd of Director in
Geo. A. Metcalf President.
C APITA I fM ATION A l B A n K .
" B -" Krf l J
Capital fully paid
NEXT DOOR TO POSTUI I I CI
EVANS & THOMPSON
TWO DOORS NORTH OF KICIIARU-OX'c LJA.NIv
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
- j. .-a-.i v x
Fjre Life Accident jjid Tornado Policies Written Immediately Upon Application.
cmrnjictia uiftcimy STEAM RDIIP-P
r INDIVIDUAL ACCIDENTS FIDELITY B ON DS
Sub-agents wanted throughout the Territory. Monev to Loan on un-
proved farm or town pioperty. Ofi.ce in Time liu.l.l.ng Oklahoma Ay.
K C. Cash Grocery
Anything of Value Taken in Trade for
uu-tii rsa B
U IT" 1
uruueries. r r mm vm
ONLY BRICK HOTEL in
J. W. DALLY
Newly Furnished and
301 First St. ewer
Xii'csi pi a e in tn tir.e ff
Pa bt Heer on draupht.
trl tir tim-c .-.
I JOHNLBRILL. Corner of Vilas
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 305, Ed. 1, Friday, November 24, 1893, newspaper, November 24, 1893; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72902/m1/2/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.