The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 20, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES SEE V. M.
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11Y HOY HOl'l'MAS.
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No. 400 Clilchago Exprr-m.
No. 4(H M. River Rxpr"
No. -'.'. Whv I'lrlffht
No. V Loenl Ki' ittri
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No. 403 Tr-xns iXiirt"
No. t7 Oklahoma litiro
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. 7:KI H. III.
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.11 MO p. m.
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isn. 433 wny ni'ifrnt
PanopiiRprs olinulil imiriiru ticket lw
foro Rotting on tin1 trnl
DENNIS AND HORACE-
Mr. Speed snld In his letter "don't
let this become public as It might nf-
feet Mr. I'lynn" and Mr. Ulsley Miys
this letter came to his ottloo publicly.
Although not so intended by .Speed it
was a public paper and rolntwl to pub-
lic business wont with the suit nnd
no one can blame Mr. Ulsley because
the public saw 1U The only blame at-
taches to Its author and Mr. riymi In
whoso Interest and with whoso evi-
dent consent ' was written. Mr. Speed
for tho parth'll'y shown tins defend-
ant above others equally as dauervlug
if not so conspiscuous as Mr. I'lynn
and not provided for by law nnd for
the neglect of his duty to his client
tho government in not pressing this
suit with tho same vigor and publicity
us any other suit.
Oh no Mr. Ulsley you did nowvong
in letting the public sou this docu-
ment although It i).vi"-'us tho wrong
and dupllelty of .ni.'.c olllccrs nor
can you bo justly he' responsible for
the contempt in w m all just men
hold their dlsrepuinble transaction.
All good men will say to you "well
lono." Messrs. l'ljun nnd Speed are
the sinners the former for taking and
hooping for four yours and still using
public money to which ho had no le-
gal right which Mr. Speed's letter
hhows he knows nnd admits and thus
sottlnirnt naught and violating his
nolo mu oath of olllce. Thus also
demonstrating his want of moral right
to it and tho latter for trying to con-
cent it from tlio public even after a
Democratic administration had forced
him to bring tho unit when his whole
duty on his oath of olllce required a
vigorous public prosecution nnd In-
iitcad wasting tho public money and
the entire time of the grand jury of
this county (two weeks) until late at
night of its last day in the Investiga-
tion of alleged wrongs In an adjoining
county over which at last' ho admit-
ted they hnd no jurisdiction and thus
bringing tho administration of justice
into disrepute by creating tho boMof
with thinking people that this time
find money were thus wasted to shield
Air. Spcad'e Manila Gould or can Mr.
IrTynu respect his oath of ouiceas post-
master of this town and keep this
inoiit' a- lie uiluiits he has done no
inuttir who was consenting Ut it?
tonld nny honorable district attorney
rcspcut him witli a knowledge of those
facts? Can an honorable congress
longer tolerate him In view of those
fnctsV Can a Democratic administra-
tion longer tolerate a district attorney
who thus attempts to shield a man
thus legally and morally debauched'.'
No wonder Speed says "this might ut-
fact Mr. I'lynn " His conscience told
him it ought but his partisanship
quulleil conscience and made him pen
tho guilty words which all old oeean't.
waters cannot wash away and win h
like Hanquo's ghost will not down at
his bidding uud the stain of whi -h
Jtornlty ounnot obliterate. How can
congross roi :iibur.o I'lynn? He has not
paid tho money to the L'ovornmout
ul.se vlio suit would not havu been
brought. Is ho trying to got a bill
through oongro&h without tholr know-
ing the fucU? May bo so and this
may bo another reason why publicity
might all'cct him. Hut his apologists
say tho Attorncy-tionoral and Dost-mastcr-t.ouornl
have eudur&cd his
claim. This Is surely not true of this
.iilmnii&tration for they linvo forced
the suit. If of the HnrrUon administra-
tion which from its ago wo are not
prepared to dony ami these olllccrs
were consenting and conniving ut this
palpable violation of law and duty It
cannot oxouse or mitigate l'lynn's or
Speed's wrongs but only taints two
oabiuot olllccrs of that administration.
It ought to have sued as this one has
lono. Hut l'Tyun's and Speed's friends
would leave us to bellovo Klynn bull-
dozed thofeo two departments by a
threat to resign if they did not lot him
keep this Illegal money. Now wasn't
this Ivuly? It sKeored" out Millor
i nl Wuiinamaker. Now don't tills
i i a Ice tin in a precious pair of Juno-
tf'its abroad and pygmys in high
pilots. Hut by some ineaus yet unex-
I ame 1 even after he had loft the
postoflu e and could mo longer bull-
(1 v. tnem ly the threat of resignation
this mignty Jack the (Uiiut Killer
kept on bulldoing them and th-y
dared in .t sue him. Mighty win.
I 'ynn Some muiglily and wicked
persons have made the vile suggestion
t lat tin v doubt this nu 1 belfove that
speed htiouhl have brought the suit
lui-T ago and would hava done so
w 1 1 a Honru.li of trumpets if the de-
fendant hiul been hatotl domooraU.
Mi' decline to believe the oliargo
against Miller and Wanuaiuaker until
better proof is made than the simple
assertion of Speed and l'lynn's hunch-
men who would debauch Heaven to
save tliuir puis.
Hut be it as it muy g to Mr llarrl-
t on s administration this ouu will not
be bulldozed ven by mighty Klynn.
Whan thoy are threatened with resig-
nation by a fourth-claw postmaster
thoy don't full down and besee h the
mighty to remain and take all he
wants from the publie till but tell
liim as did the old darker Min'o out
tin the Texas plains in the old days.
who had the only jug of ' qior in tho
whole country and a very sn I cup to j
nievMiro lrlnli wllli. find niljintf llfty
cents n drink nnJ coiiiplulneil wbon
Mingo told liim llio price and Mingo
just siiid: "If you don't Hko It just
pour it back In do jug." Tho nrgu-
inent wns conclusive. The follow took
tho drink' and If Harrison's crowd had
only not pot toured hut just Bald to
I'lynn "If yon don't Hko It just pour
It bncV In do jug; doro'n plunty more
dut will Uikc It at dnt prlpp" I'lynn
would have remained and not "pourod
It bunk In do Jug." and a tax-rlddcu
pooplo would htivo had this liionoy in
their ttuasury four yonrs ago instead
of In Mr. Mr. Flvnu's poi-kot and Mr.
Spaed rellovml of the humlltutlon of
thU shuineful triumactlon. No Mr.
Ittnloy. you haru done wull and so i rod
your country well In prmorWng this
monument of oIlMul dupllelty and
Hutu letting nu outraged public know
tho truth til n timo when It was so dil
igently sought to conceal It. Dear
reader "don't lot this become public
ns It might nfTuct Mr. I'lynn" and
noxt tltnn Mr. Spued either make up
your mind to do your duty and press
tho government's business ptitrustod
to your enre as professional ethics re-
(julro you should or give place to some
one who hns the honesty to do so or
lako the hated cypher which you
feign so much to detest In your blind
porsonal malice and partisan spleen
(for which good men In your own
parly loathe you.) against men who
nevtr yet played a double hand or bo
triiyed a client or adopt the more ap-
proved vernacular of sneaks and say:
"Hum this letter." Wo would how-
ever advise either of the two II it as
either wl!l surely save you from tho
sore humiliation you and your friend
I'lynn must now Miffor if you lie not
insensible to shame. Above all in
common decency and common honesty
stop your ditchers from their foul ns-
perslons on ox-Attorney (ionortil Mil-
ler and ex-l'ostmiister-Cieneral Wana-
maker whom wo believe to bo honesti
men however widely wo dlffur from
them politically and relievo thoiu of
the infamous odium thus cast on
WHAT GAME OF IT.
The meeting of tho central commit
loo at 121 Keno yesterday was a demo-
cratic love feast. Improper motives
hud been ascribed to Secretary Dunn
through incorrect reports as to his
purpose In calling the convention. If
nny member brought his personal
Munition along with him he swallowed
it for tho general good of the whole.
Aside from the early meeting pro-
vided for eal'lng a dclegato conven-
tion wo bellovo its nct'on well taken.
Hut tho Kith of January Is too early
to provide for a delegate convention
uud we are opposed to mid-winter
conventions on general principles.
The resolution nu originally oiVored by
Mr Hay provided a call not later than
March I which seems easily early
enough. However the democratic
party for tho lirst time in Oklahoma
is putting on a solid front and is get-
ting down to business.
UoliiiKitv Is getting to bo nu every-
day occurrence at Chicago. Three
men undertook to rob a proprietor of
a provision store there one day this
week just after he opened his place for
business in the morning but he opened
llro on them with a revolver that ho
happened to have handy killing ouo
of thorn and and wounding another.
I'hcy returned tho fire but without ef-
tfit Our news report gave an nc-
ount of the robbery ol tho casnier of
ho wholcMilc stamp department of
tln po . Illi.e In that city Tuesday
night who was slug ed ii his ollhc
by a man who succeeded In getting
aw y with 8S0(W jii uish. Tho clos-
ing of th World's Kair loft a swarm
of desperate crooks lu C.ilcago us well
as an army of laborers who cannot
Hnd work and tho authorities have
their hand full watching the former
and cnrlng for the latter.
Koit clear convincing logic nnd a
conclusion that Is inevitable from th
evidence President Cleveland's sup-
plementary message to the senate on
Hawaiian matters is as admirable
a state paper as ever submitted.
Thkv say worry is causing Colonel
Speed to grow bald "but don't let
this become publie."
Tiik I.k.wiki: has another batch of
fresh atllduvils showing how Speed se-
Huooks possessor a levol
Si'Kr.D can't even dig up
Special to the Lender.
W'AHin.Mno.v Dec. 19 Tho Hawaiian
question cjuliuiiiHl thu main feature
.. ....I - X'..l.l ......
ui-iu-iiiij-. wHii. ""5 "'""Soring Chickens 130
done regarding thu Oklahoma statu-1 TurUeyii
01 lied up.
The question was not
''hi. .Merrlrk'H l.ocalcil
The whereabouts of Mr. and Mrs. (
C Merrlek has finally been discovered
They are now at Thayer. Mo. with
Sirs. Merrick's people. From a letter
written from Thayer it seems that Mr.
uud Mrs Merrick btcumo Impressed
with the idea thut a plot was forming
to murder then) and their hasty de-
parture was beiuuo of that belief
The neighbors are ut u los? to account
for the hallucination. The Merrloks
are held in high esteem by all tho
neighbors and nobody knows uu en-
emy of their in tho country anywhere
The affair U very much regretted by
all thi- inhabitants of lioone township.
1 fresh milch cow.
1 1 Ml A.N.
The "Kaudlc Cltch u'' is ut IP Ok
WHAT WAS DONE
AT THE TERRITORIAL COMMIi.
TEE MEETINQ AT BL RENO.
STOOD FOR SINGLE STATEHOOD ONLY.
Anil Ollirr (lonil Moiiiul ltcollllloni Ailllpt.
cil I'nllmn'il 1 15- tliiolii'ln or Ileum-
The dnmoemtte central committee
of tho Territory mot in HI Kono yes-
terday pursuant to tho call of .Secre-
tary Dunn. All counties except' I"
"K" and 'M" wero represented either
In person or by proxy. The members
arrived on the morning trains over the
Choctaw and the Rock Island and
assembled at tho ICorfoot hotel HI-
Itono's palatial hostolry confessedly
tho finest and best appointed hotel In
Some llttlo sldo "wllJ-oyed" tnlk
was Indulged In but on the whole
there was goncral good fooling and
a unanimity of purpose. It onrly be-
enmo apparent in tho preliminary
caucus that the convnntiouhad been
called in good faith and with the hon-
est Intent of providing a representa-
tion for tho strtpcotintlosaud securing
an early cull for tho next dolcgato
If thero was any disposition to un-
seat iioss it was not manifested.
MeM asters was there with "his llttlo
resolution" nnd In order to be suro to
"got it in" in time bo juuipod up and
Introduced it as soon as the chairman
rapped for order. As it was originally
introduced it meant statehood at all
events nnd under any circumstances
and was In direct line of Mc's well
known policy that "he would rather
live in a republican state than a demo-
cratic territory." Tho committee
promptly put salt on its tall extracted
its claws pumped democracy into it
nnd here it Is ns it passed:
That we eiuloise the action of the state
executive committee imnii the admission
of Oklahoma and the Indian leiriiory as
one state and we further alliriuatixely
ilerlmc In favor of such luimciliutp nd-
mlniloil ultli the iHiiimiurlcii 'in c as
dimness nun deem mutt Iiupici ii. and
eqiiest all toriliorial ollielals to uid us to
thi'li utmost In the matter.
lly resolution of Hierer the follow-
ing members of tho committee woro
received upon their credentials of
election nt regular mcotlugo lu their
P. P. Vafson '!;" II J. Kdwnrds.
"I'i" II. 11. Smith "N:" John I. Wig-
It was directed that the Democratic
central committeeman of each county
In tho territory duly organized cer-
tify to the secretary of the committee
the name of the chairman of the
county central committeeman for thai
county nnd select a member of the
commlttc wherever there is i vacancy
and certify tho name to the secretary
hereof and that the unorganized
counties in tho strip to-wit: ' "
"M" nnd "K" organi.e the central
committee in each county at once nnd
select and certify to the territorial
contrul committee n member thereof
and also tho chairman of such county
aiso niai mo cnnirmnu and socio-
taryof the territorial central commit-
tee bo requested to call tho committee
together ut a time not la tor than Jan-
uary 15 at 0 a. in. at Hi llono for tho
purpose of apportioning representa-
tion to the dlireront counties and for
calling a territorial convention; and if
the chairman or secretary shall fail or
icfuse to so cull such committee a
meeting at the timo uud place heroin
spec! (led Isjhoroby called.
It was ordered that a committee be
appointed to call the attention of the
udiiilnlstratlou to the fact that the
actions of a number of Republican
ollielals yet holding olUces lu Oklaho-
ma are not in the interests of tho pub-
lic service or of good government but
are directed and intended to cast odium
upon the Democratic administration
and are detrimental to the Democratic
party of our territory.
Strong talks were made by Dunn
Hierer Cutllp Kay Smith and many
others followed in general discussion.
If any personal fooling over existed it
is already forgotten ami the central
committee will place a "lly'ng
wedge" in the rush line at the next
general election that will easily split
tho opposition and score a touch-
down. I mill .MiirUt'tH
(. 8 0J
a 1 75
iff H 50
(It 1 55
Cows I 7i
SUM-r 3 00
Chiekeu. old 173
Castor beuits. . .
Hrooiu eorn per low 95 09
1 Inner .t
Cotlou baled 0 90
Cotton in the pwl 1 7a
liutluie Dec. 10 1SW.
llusenbark is soiling Xums oamlles
and fruits. Vuu must sou his stock.
1'rlees down. litO
Don't forgot to go to Ud's bakery !10
Harrison uvunuo for candles fruits
and nuts for no Is selling uIibxid to
moot obligation. lOUi
Candy S pounds
See the "Kandle Citchln's" fine dis-
play of candies before purchasing your
ChrUtAias candy. 15
The Japanese booth is a marvel of
beui'ty. uud the ladles who servo you
with tea coll'ee etc. aru dressed very
uinque uud vou would tlmk when
sipping tea in these b'i"tiis th 1 you
were in the land of tho rising Mr
they are so natural.
BRONSQN IN REAR OF BANK
m m mi m-rrmTii -rn-Trmrn n r n I ' ' IM" - M -
r! A NEW YEAK'S GIFT
F. B. LILLIE&CQ.
WILL ;i K TO I HI.
Most Popular Yooiig Lady in Logan County
$40 MUSIC BOX
To be seen at their new store the people fo decide
by vote who the younjj lady will be. ICah purchase
of 50c will get one ticket. Get the tickets and
vote your sentiment.
A NEW YEAR'S
THE GUILD BAZAAR-
Atl'plrloltK OprnlilR nf Mm i:plM'iil
Ijttilli'H' KiitiTtiiimii. nt-Tlin IliiutlK.
The bazaar of tho Hplscopsl guild
opened nuspietousl; yesterday after-
noon nt MclCennon opera house. Dur-
ing tho afternoon and evening largo
numbers of ladies nnd gentlemen wero
present nnd the various booths enjoy-
ed a good patronnne. The hall and
booths are gorgoously decorated and
with the Imleidpscopo of brilliantly-
costumed women bears the appear-
ance of n veritable fairy dell. Follow-
ing are the booths and the laiilos work-
ing in them:
Coeoti ton nnd colTae served. Mrs
Willlnms in charge assisted by Mos-
dames Hilton. Ilumsny Nl.( Hnlstoad
and Mrs. lleorge Gray
not. 1 iiootii.
Dolls on sale. Miss Alice I'nlne in
charge assisted by .Misses Annie See-
ley and Mnry Don llroolt.
Knnoy articles of nil kinds. Mrs
Jacob Corbott in charge; associates
Mrs Ooorgo Oritur Misses Hacklier
icr cnn.ui hooni.
Mrs Ilrook in charge; assisted by
Mesdumes Secton (Ireer and Harnes.
The Indies In this booth are attired In
white and tho booth decorations aru
of white material.
Miss Annie Paine In charge; assisted
by Miss Adella Seeley Mrs. Harry
Humes: Miss Mutton and Lord Cattle.
Mrs Havighorst chUrmnn of com-
mittee assisted by Mesdames Hcrkey
lngsbury ao"1 Sutton.
Slipper was served from B to 7 and
tho chai-mlng young Indies of SU Mnr-
guret's guild ollk-latcd as waitresses.
The bazaar will be open at 2 o'clock to
accommodate those who ire unable to
be present during tha evenings. The
children's May-pole dance will be
given to-night and a concert will be
tho bill for Thursday night
OVER THE TERRITORY.
Illicit unit lll'ecy IIIIm nf Xm DMii-iI l'p
fur tin) lli'Mi'lU or l.i'iidi'r" Iti niters.
Two bonsof Sebastian Valerlne the
designer of the Robert 13 Leo statue
at Now Orleans tehle at -erry.
H. IE. Tulloy has been employed as
.superintendent of Perry schools
Hardesty Herald: From thu State
Capital published at Outline wo learn
that the represen'iitives sent by Hea
ver county to the legislature were not
in high favor with the editor of that
sheet. We ueier supposed Ldit'-r
Oreer was especially liuriiiouious with
either a Democrat or an honest man
It is Poor l.o with his juicy annui
ties who is blocking statehood for
Tom King and the deputy sheriff are
said to have escaped on one liorau the
deputy riding benind.
The most prominent business men of
l'.nid belong to tho lire department
and they all work together.
The county jail has a capacity for
only sixteen men and there are thirty
in It at prosout.
Most of the Iowa and Saa and Fox
Indians are doing the ghost dance a
fow miles oast of Perkins it is suid.
Perry now has ti cow ordinance
The Uuid Dally Wavo hat Just boon
unfurled at that town.
Tho Knld land ollioe U busy with
A mnjority of the grand jury at
Perry are Democrats.
The terrttornl board of pharnuircy
will meet at LI Keno Jan. tf.
Tcm King seems to have a dogged
determination to do up dogs.
The revenues of the city of (iiithrie
amount to about $1.00(1 a quarter.
31 1;. ('onfiiriini ii.
Extensive preparations are being
made for the M. R church conference
which begins in this city Thursday
awl con liu ties until Mouday.
The new shoe store at 113 Harrison
avenue Weeps everything in feotwe.ir
at prices well call and we will ex-
plain Candy enough at Miller's on Scond
street to supply all Oklahoma nu.i
Now you must buy boots aud shoes
This weather compels you to. Will-
holmy at UH Harrison avenue can
save you money in that line.
Fob Salb A lady's
115 North First street.
Fob Hemt One commodious six-
room bouse close to the Catholic
hurcn witli cellar stable buggy shed
wood shed and a good well Kent
very cheap. Address lock bos 103.
The doll and .the randy booths are
as sweet sad pretty as the young
ladies who serve you and you can
tlnd anything there thut you want in
lid's bakery is loaded with fine can-
dies fruits and hhU Mnstsell ever.
thiur .In-m: the ImlMsrs. 1(110
st it ii lien ml 1 rupi-rl).
Tiik Lt.11 1 1 ' 1 ry is turulug out
statutes by t . nnolosle. The biud-
iug Is the best ever done in the west.
Call at thioofli in'd M'i 'hem.
MWa 1 1 1. .b l
Stock of hard vare and
Ing in Orlando. Ok.
Nttntlny schools and churches shoul
lake advantage hikI buy candies o'
IM's bakery whtro they can pet 1
The Hiasquoradi; bnlt to bo given b
the Coruiau aid society December 3
will he the grandest uiuiir of the s
sou. Don't miss it. llif
Vou can buy a ao foot trough full of
candy at Miller's at 8 cents a pound
r)iiiin win Kut.
Will Hnd all kinds of game such a-
quail squirrel rabbit prairlo chicken
and frosh oysters mid lish. served in
the best stylo at Win. Lowe's rostnu-'at-
Wlllholmy the shoe man. Invites
yon to call and examine his stock and
Anything wnntcd to gladden the
hearts of the young ut F.ds bakery.
Tho fine display of homo-made can-
dius on salu at the ladies bazaar eaiue
from .Miller's Candy Kitchen. lOt.t
Sixty-five acres corn stalks
dwioto II. II. Haoa.v.
The Haanur that will bo opetiod on
Tuesday afternoon will be tho best
thing the kind ever held In the town
Don't full to conic. 1 its
AVilllidmy thu shoo inun is located
nt US Harrison nvonuouud cun give
you "pointers" when you wnnt any-
thing In his line. '
Niiiifiiif Court lEi'imitH
Hound copies of tho llrst volutco of
Okliilioma Supreme Com t repoits can
be had upon application to lidgar
Jones tirritoriai librarian.
e trv to pleiiso
Dull first-class bnrbess employed
Let us do your work
Harrison Av0p. Govflrnorlsoffloo
Of telebrated Jaancse goods
On Sale--0n Sale
'llns is a touch of hgh life that
none of Ol U neighbors can give you.
Too Late I Ji I Too Late
Also the most complete lino of
Ijueensware (ilasswarc Lamps
ami loys in iiuturie.
THE NOVEL! Y STORE
MRS. KAMLY. l'roprietrcss.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE!
1. mi 1 1) bound
Supreme Court Reports
Oklahoma Statutes at $6.50 per volume.
Supremo Court Reports $5 per volume.
l'or puttlculais. :i!t'
KIHiAK W. JOXKS
ron A OOOi)
C i e y e i 2 n d Ar. East of Division St
MI Ml Hill!
Gold-Coin HeatlM Stoves
OF INDIAN TERRITORY:
- 1! Miriiimwiwiw pn unburn Mmm itsmwm0mmmttm0'mmv7
SHELF AND HEAVY
A. M. McELHINNEY
NEXT DOOR TO PO' fOFKICi:
TWO DOOR9 NOKTI I t)T RICIls-RlJBON'S IiiVNIC
G- M- BARNES & SON
A ill maintain their
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
Fire Life Accident and Tornado Policies Written Immediately Upon Application.
Our accident business embraces
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER
INDIVIDUAL ACCIDENTS FIDELITY BONDS
Sub-agents wanted throughout the
finivi.il fn mi rr trwfn rf...M .. fi'.
t...w. .ui..i v ivJi.ii jnujji.ll JUltC
Anything- of Value
aroceries Flour and Feed
ONLY BRICK HOTEL in
J. W. DALLY
Newly Furnished and
301 First St. Gcrncr
Kiocst place in Guthrie for Good Winea Liquor and Clijars.
I'abst Jleer on draucht l-'ino JJowlincr Alley Kvervthlmr
JOHN BRILL TSy'SS
$1 OO per Day.
S. FRAZIER Proprietor
Newly Furnished Throughout.
N CE CLEAN BEDS.
-AT THC -
115 Second Street Opposite Postoffice
113 Harrison aie . Oathne O '1
c.i 1 km ni:i. or
lluie Mincing and Ocn-
All Work Warranted.
2X) North Second Street.
I U IV
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s n s -se" a w a s --r -r ij
Monev to Loan on im-
III 1 lllK'h
IiuiIclinK Oklahoma Av.
Taken in Trade for
Vilas Guthrio. Ok.
$5.00 per Week.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
BEST MEALS IN THE CITY
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 20, 1893, newspaper, December 20, 1893; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72923/m1/2/: accessed July 3, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.