The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 116, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 25, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER. GUTHRTE OKLAHOMA
TEHUlTOUl U OALKNII.V1C.
April 28-84 Territorial women's
missionary society of the l'resbytoriun
church at Old alio ma City.
April 30 Oklahoma Congregational
May 1At El Itono a meeting is
called to organise a territorial farm-
ers institute. Eaoh county in entitled
to three delegates as is also the Osage
May 10 Territorial volunteer fire-
men's convention at Norman.
May 14-1G At Enid the Oklahoma
May 13-14-15 Sixth annual territo-
rial encampment of the 0. A. It. Sous
of Veterans and W. It. a at Enid.
June 3-1-5 Territorial convention
of the Y. 1 S. a E. at Guthrie. Two
delegates from each society entertain-
llnilroud Timo Table.
Atchison Topclui K Niiutii Fe.
NOHTH EAST AND WKST
Leave Arrive Arrive
Guthrie. Kan. City Chicago.
6:35 a. in.
5:fi0p. m. IP. ma. in-
0:50 a. 111. '19:30p.m.
Local Freight. J
SOUTH. SOUTH KAST AND SOUT1IWKST.
Ft. Worth Giilv Vn
10:53 p. m.
12:15 p. in.
12.35 p. in.
1103 p. m.
1:00 p. Ill
0:15 p. m-9:'J5 a.m.
8.10 a. m.9:30 p.m.
to hours to Los Angeles.
Free chair cars on all trains. Pull-
man Palace sleepers to Kansas City
and Chicago without change. Also to
Fort Worth and Galveston. Connects
at Newton with Vestibule limited hav-
ing chair cars. Pullmun Palace and
compartment sleepers and dining cars
through to Los Angeles and San Diego
also with train carrying chair cars.
Pullman and Tourist sleepers to El-
Paso Los Angeles and San Francisco
Through railroad and steamship tick-
ets sold to all points. Passengers
booked to all pointB in the continent
of Europe; also from any port or in-
land point in Europe through to any
point in the United States. Prepaid
tickets paid for here will bo delivered
to passengers at their residence in
Europe. For full particulars call on
or address George T. Nicholson Q P.
A. Chicago; W. J. Black. A. G. P. A.
Topeka Kan. L. It. Delaney Agoot
Choctaw Oklahoma und Gulf U. It
9 OOp St Louis 7 15a
11 30a Ft. Smltn 4 Ifip
25a Paris 4;50p
t8 20p St. Louis 7 38a
19 05p Kansas Olty T&Vi
12 15pl Muscogee 3 I0p
r7 10a Ft. Worth 8 N)p
t7 20a Dallas 8 50p
tlO 55a Denlson 5 OOp
13 OOp 12 50p WIster 3 16p12 30p
8 52 112 Fanuhawc 2 M 12 01
S40 13.1 lieu Oak 2 3 1126
4 10 1 47 Nanola 2 1(1 10 51
4 40 2 00 WUburton 2 00 10 30
6 00 2 33 Ilartshorne 1 t 0 30
6 57 3 05 Alderson 100 8 65
313 Krelm 12 M
J7 20p 3 S. McAlester 12 45 $8 30a
7 00a 3 30 18 85 6 OOp
7 35 3. ".3 Ilurnett 12 02p 5 15
120 495 White Chimneys U 88a 4 25
HO 4 50 Calvin n 10 3:
8 45 5 15 Sand I'll Spur 10 45 S53
10 20 5 30 Holdenvtlle 10 SO 2 25
1120 6 IX) Wew-oka 10 00 130a
1210p 6 50 Mekuuukey 0 07 12 20
12 56 7 17 :Karlsl)oro 8 40 1140a
S130p 7 43 Shawnee 8 11 jnoo
3 4Sp 7 43 8 09 1 Mil
4 10 8 16 McLoud 7 48 18 30
4 21 8 21 Sweeney 7 2t 12 80
4 35 8 43 Choctaw City 7 18 12 05
509 iOSOp Oklahoma City 1040a 1130
Js ooa $s oop
5 19 8 03 Lake view 7 52 1122
6 30 8 20 Council Grove 7 30 n 10
5 47 8 37 Yukon 7 28 10 35
6 00 8 49 Virginia 7 09 10 10
619 915 Kllleno 49 10 20
6 25p 0 26 Rl KenoJunc'trrjfl 15p 10 12
$9 30a Ft Heno $9 Ma
l 00a I'urcell 3 10a
13 42 Ardmore l4a
15 22 Gainesville 11 OOp
0 05a Guthrie I0 30p
111 10a Wichita 5 00pj
Sp Kansas City 9 25a'
6 30a '.Denver 4U0p.i
?TI8p KlngfishDr 9 59a
12 15a Wichita 4 3a
!3 20a Kansas City 8 40p
-St L. St. S. F. Ily. t-M. IC. & T. I-A T.
& S. F. T-O. K. I. & P. i Dally. J-Kxcept
For rates and other Information apply to
J. l HOLDKN Gen. Trafflc M'Kr
South McAlostor. I. T.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 8. I. O. O. V. meets
Monday night of each week at 7:30. Vis-
iting Odd Fellows always welcome.
H. G. GOHTON N. G.
G. W. imUCR. Sec'y lock box 170.:
OKLAHOMA KncampmentNo. 1. 1. O. O. V.
meets every Friday evening In Odd
Fellows hall at 7:30. All visiting mtrlarctis
welcome. JOS. FOUCAUT C. I
K. E. MERTKN Scribe.
NAOMI Kebekah Lodge No. i. I. O. O. F.
meets every Thursday evening at 7:30
In Odd Fellows hall In the Weinberger build-
lug. Visitors welcome.
AONBS HUUCK.N. G.
FLOKA COOI'KR Secy.
GUTHUIK LODGK NO. 2
A V. & A. M. Hcgular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
in cucu minim ill bociock.
All brethren cordially in-
vited ti attend.
H. F. AltDKItV. Sec.
E. S. DONNELLY W. M.
GUTIIHIE Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W.. meets
Thursday evenings of each week a 7:30
In Victor block corner First and Harrison.
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
O. K. MONTGOMERY M. W.
U. W VAMPNElt Kecorder.
GUTHRIK Lodge No. 8 K. of P. meets
every Wednesday at 7:30 In their hall
In the Victor block corner Flnt and Harri-
son. Visiting knights are always welcome
G. W. UIIUCE. C. C.
J FOUCAKT M. of F. and K. of It S.
IO It M Meets every Tuesday night in K.
KofP hall. Visiting chiefs always wel-
come J T. TAYLOK Sachem.
M U. CHEIUtY Chief of Hecords.
Agents to sell our now book Die
tlonary of United States History ty
Prof J. Franklin Jameson. Needta
by eyery teacher pupil and family
indorsed by press and public. AgenU
Belling fifty books per week. Success
ful agents made general agents. hg
pay. PUUITAN PUBLISHING CO.
t'll nml I'rojtrmn for the Mar Meeting
Ily authority of the oxoeutlvc eoiu-
mittee the semi-annual meeting of the
Oklahoma Press Assosiation is oallod
to meet at Enid O. T. on Thursday
and Friday May 14 and 15 163 at J
p. tn. for the purpose of transacting
such business as may properly come
before the association. It Is earnestly
requested that all members and all
who desire to become members attend
this meeting and assist in maintaining
our Press Association to the highest
merit of journalism and factional
union. T. F. IIicnsi.ky
Lon Whahtom President.
I'roKinui of KxercUes.
Address of wolcome by request of
Mayor Marshall W S Whlttinghlll.
President's annual address.
The editor mid the public schools
President Boyd University of Okla-
homa. Oklahoma Libel Law Frank Greer
How to manage a subscription Hbt In
Oklahoma. Hurry Gllstrap Chandler
The relation of the press to the poli-
tician. J L Isenbertf Euid Wave.
The value of editorial associations. '
J K Admire Kingfisher Free Press.
Personal reminiscences. John M
Dawson Oklahoma City.
What is News L G Niblack Guthrie
How much space should be devoted
to editorials T J Palmer Medford
The value of the local press to the
People. J A Buckles Enid Eagle.
Special Editions Ed P Ingle Nor-
National Editorial Association. Y
E Bolton Woodward News.
How to solve the Indian question.
Capt A E Woodson Darlington.
Advertising ugents .1 S Soule
Home Field and Forum Guthrie
A vigorous editorial policy. M L
Harter Newkirlc Democrat.
The first issue after our office has
gone up in smoke. Lon Whorton
The relation of the press to Indus-
trial education. Mort L llixlor Nor-
man State Democrat.
The bus ness management It (
Blakeny. Oklahoma City.
The society column Mrs Marion
Rock Oklahoma City.
The assoclntc editor from a woman's
standpoint MibS Edna Iscnberg Enid
How to ascertain profits in printing
Leo Vincent Guthrie Representative.
The territorial press is requested
to publish this call and program until
the date of the meeting.
The Relation of the Press to the Ju-
diciary Frank McMastcr McMaster's
ThoRolation of the PrcssUo Indus-
trial Education President E D. Mur-
dungh of the Normal School at Ed-
raond. An Alllilitvlt
This is to certify that on May 11th I
walked to Meliek's drug store on a pair
of crutches and bought a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm for inflam-
matory rheumatism which had crippled
me up. After using three bottles I am
completely cured. 1 can cheerfully
recommend it. Charles II. Wetzel
Sworn and subscribed to before me
on August to 1801. Walter Shipman
J. P. For sale at 50 conts per bottle
by Seatonlan Drug Co.
If you want bills distributed any-
where in Oklahoma write Smith the
bill distributor box 200 Guthrie Ok-
For all diseases of he eye ear nose
and throat consqlt Dr. Ignatz Mayer
over Bee Hive. 1 Ul ml
Nutlet) to Wiitur CoiiNiiiiiorn.
Until further notice is given there
will be soma water pumped from the
creolc each day. II 0. Barney Water
TH03IAS S. WHITE
Washington D. C
Koonu 103-A-O Atlnutlo IlldfC.
Mining Land and Patent Law a
Duvid L. (Jilt
Washington. I). C.
No. 623 F Street N. W.
Formorly principal examiner pen-
Doctor Edith Ford.
Special attention given to diseases of
Women and Children.
Office Dally Hotel First and Vilas St.
Towusltcs Homesteads Patents
Watson E. Coleman
Laud and Patent Attorney
Washington Loan and Trust Ul'dg
Washington 1). C.
UKFEltBNCES-Hon. M. V. Allen. U. S. Sen-
ate; Hon. Lafe Pence Klnderhook N. Y.
Hon. John O. Uell M. 0.; Hon. J. D. Hicks
Attorney at Law
Office in Lyon Building.
FRANK 15. CKOSTIIWAITE
iaao k. st. n. w
The Land Department
of my office Is conducted by the late
chief of the Oklahoma Towiislte and
contest divisions. Isolicit your busi-
ness and guarantee satisfaction.
Tailoring .Cleaning and Repairing
Dyeirg a Specialty.
113 W Harrison.
a brie. Ok.
Ulllce ud Rpildeace ;
Sur. first uud llftrrlion
liiTellliif; ul Druke Monument
The Woo'luieti of the Woild will un-
veil the monument of Henry Drnke on
Sunday April ('. t 3 p. in. A cordial
tnllllnti lacrlsn.liiil tn nil
The procession will form on Harrison
avenue uriween First anu second at s
p. m headed by the Regimental band.
The line of march wtll be as follows
West on Harrison to Second; north on
td to Oklahoma; oast on Oklahoma to
Broad; north on Broad to Noble; east
on Noble to Central school building
then will take cnrrloges to cemetery.
SltO J. B. Towkhs Clerk.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powdct
so pure or so great in leav-
ening power as tlio Royal.
Spoeial salo men's fine shoes week
commencing April 20th; $1 95 and SJ
choice $3.2fi b'nek ami tan. See west
window at the Rush.
See P. Newman for your spring
If you want to sell or leaso your
farm come in and list it with me. I
may be able to find you a puruhaser
or a totmnt and draw your papers for
you. I uIro muko loans and invest
ments. Olllce over Soaton's drug
store Oklahoma avonue. M. P. Trot-
ter. Have you noticed how the pooplo nre
carrying oft that wall paper from Lll-
He's drug store? Thoso wholesale
prices with the discount added catch
A little ill then a little pill. Tlio
ill is gone mid the pill has won. De
Witt's Little Uarly Risers the only
pills that cure groat ills. F. B. Lllllo
it Co. and Ken fro.
Mo(l'a Tonnorliil Arcade.
If you want a clean shave a neat
haircut and clean towels go to Q. W.
Motley's shop under Bank of Indian
Territory corner Oklahoma and Di-
vision. Courteous attendants will
wait on you Hot and cold water
baths. Ladies' hair trimmed.
Notice is hereby given that on the
21st day of April 1S9U at the hour of
2:00 p. in. there will be a mooting of
the stockholders of the Ardmore let-
Co. at the office of Paul. fund t. the sec-
rotary of the corporation in the city
of Guthrie county of Logan Territory
of Oklahoma in which county the
principal place of business of said cor-
poration is located for the purpose of
the adoption of by-laws for suld cor-
poration By order of the acting pres-
ident. 7tll Al.llKIlT BUKMMKI.I PrCS.
IStilduegH 1 n IIIhckbd and JMllBt be Treat-
ed ItH bucli
Scientific rosoarch reveals the fact
that all diseases of the human scalp
are caused by microbic infection. The
scalp becomes impregnated with these
parasites through the use of filthy
hair brushes and combs usually found
in hotels and other public places
where they hang the year after year
until worn out without being uleansod.
Thus disease is acquired and carried
into families. To demonstrate the
truth of the above statements we res-
pectfully direct your attention to
people who as a rule do not frequent
such places. Women are rarely affect
ed with diseases of the scalp: farmers
as a class are exempt; Indians there
is not a bald one in a million. Care-
ful observation will convince you that
ninety-five per cent of the cases of
baldness are among men who frequent
hotels and such places.
The microbes that is always present
incase of baldness inhabits what is
known as the second skin.
Whore the hair roots are imbedded the
skin is divided into three layers there-
fore they are in the middle skin where
they subsist on the bloodand tissue
robbing it of its vitality and causing
the hair to become dry and brittle
loso Its color and come out
Bun your fingers through your hair
when it is in this condition and ob-
serve the drled-un condition of the
roots. Now pull out one that has not
become affected and observe the dif-
ference. There are however other kinds of
microbes which have different ett'ects.
Some cause the bcalp to draw up ami
peel off. This is called dandruff.
Others cause the scalp to throb alter-
nating with a crawling sensation. A
gummy waxy substance forms finally
developing into sores causing the hair
to drop out and turn gray.
The hair colls become weaker with
each subsc-iuent growth. The second
hair does uot grow so long or coarse
as tlio first and so on until nothing is
loft but fuz. Finally the fuz becomes
so flno that the assistance of a micro-
scope is necossary to see it. This is
baldness in its worst form.
The hair cells and roots are not de-
stroyed as mauy suppose but are de-
prived of their vitality. To prove this
notice that the hair comos back after
being pulled out. Tho only obstacle
is those devouring mierobos. After the
scalp Is rid of them the hair can be
restored to its original vigorous state
Dandorino is recommended and
guaranteed for these alloctions. One
application will stop tho worst case of
Itching there is it makes them sick
and a continuance for ten days will
kill evory one of them which will be
shown by a clean and healty condition
of tho scalp with nature assuming its
Wo arc in position to restore the
hair to its natural state by a contin-
uance of tho tonic In twonty days
now hair begins to appoar which
grows very fast thickens und rosumes
it natural color and vitality.
For ladies who desire beautiful soft
and luxuriant hair Dandorino is espec-
ially rocomraonded Tho proprietor of
this marvelous compound do not ask
you to take their word alone. A
thousand affidavits froe. For sale by
all druggists e. sent on receipt of
price S1.00 per Mttle.
Knowi.ton Dandbwnk Co
Guthrie O T.
12000 Homo Grown Poach Trees
Complete assortment of Nursery Stock.
office and Paokinc
lahoma Ave. '
ground. 107 oast Qk-
lend for free price
W H HIKES Manager.
Internal loom Arbitration Men I omplrlo
WAfiHUtGTi Am i 4 I i -.nfer
onots for nit oi nut i until .utntt iion
which hl lirou a o'' Iihiiumii'OUS
ono cloned last n iff h t Hi n muss
meeting in Allen's oprra house m the
course of which President Eliot of
HnrTard severely arraigned the for-
eign poliay of President Clevelanrt
mid his fellow townsman Meretary
Oiney. The personalities which Pres-
ident liliot uttered in cool measured
terms were so pointed that they in-
cited decided sensation.
Some applause followed these re-
marks but there was great applause
when Biahop ICeane rector of the
Catholic University who spoke next
began; "1 am not here to blame the
President or Congress. 1 don't believe
it is our purpose or onr right to blame
either of them. But we hs American
oitisena are free to but that it is a
pity that things are as l"cy ar com-
pelling the President and Congress tn
tnlk of war with another civilised
Tho report of the committee on res-
olutions and a general discussion
thereon was the business of the after-
noon session. President Angel of the
Unlvorsity of Michigan presented the
report which after a lengthy pro-
Flrst--That In the judgment of this
conference religion humanity and
justice as well as the material inter-
ests of civilized society demand the
immodlate establishment between the
United States mid Great Britain of a
permanent system of arbitration.
Second That it is earnestly recom-
mended to our government so soon us
it is assured of a corresponding dis-
position on the part of the British
government to negotiate a treaty pro-
viding for the widest praetfcable
application of the method of arbitra-
tion to international controversies.
Whiskers that tiro prematurely gray
or faded should be colored to prevent
the look of age and lhiekinhnm's Dye
excels all others in coloring brown or
nnd Is the result ol colds and
sudden climatic changes.
It can be cured by n pleasant
remedy which is applied di-
rectly into Hip nofitnls. Uc-
relief ut o .ic.
Ely's Cream Balm
l acknowledged to he the most tliormiU cure f
Nasal Catarrh Cold In Head and Hay 1 ever of all
remedies. It opens mid cl.'.'.i.son the n'iMtl parages
allays pain and inflammation heals the ores pro-
tects tho membrane from colds restores tlio censes
Of taste and smell. Price 5(c. at DrtiKgwts nr by nmlL
KLY imOTlIKUH. 60 Warron Street. New York.
THIS SYSTEM of Life Insur-
ance which is original with and op-
erated only by the Nat'l Life is based
on u Single Premium adjusted on
nn exact mathemetieal equity between
tho persons Insured so that each
will pay for the insurance received
just whatltjis actually worth according
to the atfe and the hazard assumed
CASH SURRENDER VALUES-
Cash surrender values are
grunted on our Single Premium poli-
cies at the end of each Five Year Divi-
PAID UP POLICIES are gran-
ted on same terms as original policy
for such a proporatiou as the number
of premiums paid bear to the mini-
bor required in the original policy.
After tho five annual premiums
have been paid in caso policy is lapsed
and paid up policy is not applied for
the Association will without any
action on the part of tho insured
carry tho original policy for Its full
amount for such a time as the Unserve
and dividends then apportioned to the
policy will pay for the Association's
DISABILITY In ease of total
Disability upon surrender of the poli-
cy the Association may pay an
annuity certain of one-tenth of the
then value of the policy payable an
nually for ten years; or n single cash
payment equal to tho present worth
of such annuity.
THAT SUCH A POLICY
fully meets the purpose of life insur-
ance amply supplying tho demands
of the Insuring public requires no
shrowdnoss or business experience to
see; whllo it is equally self-evident
that it is the fairest most equitable
and just insuranco contract now is-
sued enabling the National Life to
sell life insuranco on tlio same prin-
ciples that flro insurance or other
commodities are sold' tho purchaser
paying exactly what tho article pur-
chased is -vorth and receiving full
consideration for the money expended.
THIS SYSTEM while It does
not include tho objectionable features
secures by Its Jlvo-year accumulation
distribution plan all the strong and
popular points of Tontine insurance.
It practicatly eliminates or i educes to
the minimum the dangers of lows
from lapse or surrender at tho same
time securing to the persistent insured
the greatest possible benefits arising-
from nil surplus accumulation which
can bo used from time to time or al-
lowed to accumulate and be paid with
and in addition to tho amount of the
policy at its maturity.
BY THIS SYSTEM you can
secure the best and most equitable
policy issued contalnl nsr all the new
and popular foatures. You can also
feel assurod that you are not wasting
your money on extravagant manage-
ment as tho oxpensos are limited to a
fixed amount and all profit are used
to incroasc tho surplus and
strengthen tho loss-paying ability of
the company so that you will never
feel in after life that you have ex-
pended considerable sums of money
that mipht bettor have been saved.
IN SECURITY against loss and
to promptly meet maturing claims
the most important perquisitlefi of a
Hfo company this svstem leads all
others as by its sprcial reserve olause
it affords an additional safeguard.
The premium paying poriod is limited
to the producing years of life thus
rendering to the minimum tho danger
of absolute loss on account of inability
from any cause to pay premiums in
The best and most equitable policy
Insuraneo in force 30. 7-11 SCO 00.
Raton adjustad according to the risk
Gross assets 7134 148.00.
Surplus as to polloy holders 81417
National Life Association
of Hartford Conn.
Hagan & Palno general agents
Room 19 Gray llros. Block
Guthrie o. T.
PSl LI H
Great wiy j I
The woman who does
the washing' travels
from pole to pole and
5 crosses the line many
tunes. vShc soon learns -
from experience that
she can save time money
the best purest and most economical eoap made.
She also discovers that clothes washed with
Clairette look better and last longer than they
do when washed with ordinary soap. Clairette
is sold everywhere. Ask for it. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY St. Louis.
' m m
-IB HI I iCTL
EAST HARRISON AVENUE
Aro tho Host On Karlli.
Bloyclos bought Bold and exchanged. Bicycles sold on Install-
ment. Our price and guarantoo will interest you. Full lino
of cycle HundricB. Repairing of all kinds dono and work guar-
anteed. Give us a call.
iklahoma Bicycle Comfy
113 113 1-2 Oklahoma Me.
E. N. KNAUSS Manager.
They embody more points of genuine met.lt Jian any other wheels mado.
No other machine stands so high in the estimation of cyclists because Wa-
verleys nre built on honest value lines and purchasers receive full value for
tho investment. Huy a Wuvorly and you will never bo ashamed of your
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Transfer Trunk Lini
ESTABLISHED APRIL si
All urdcis for baggage on outgoit.
trains should be left one
hoar before the train
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Notico In hereby fjlvon that a sosslon
of tin- hoard of (.'ojiinilshlonors of Logan
county Oklahoma Turritorv hold on tlio
0th day of April A. U.t lSlKi. petition
Kigneii hy Cluis. Hand mid otliors of Mill-
hull township asking for a view and a
survey for the piirpoe of locating a cer-
tain county road (inscribed as follows:
Commniicliiff at the ueglnulut; uhnut !?0
rods south of the northws corner of tho
touthcitst quarter sec. seven thunco In a
northwesterly direction about 35 rods
thonce In a northeasterly direction Inter
swctlng Sfoctlon lli.o hetwoi u 7 and 8
twp 13. H a Y. about 10 rods noi th of
lwgiiiniiiK was presented and that
George Ander on S. S. Peters and M
M. Shelton vlowera and 11. L.
White. county surveyor will meet
at the placo of beginning of
said road on the 0th day of May A. 1).
HtMJ at lo o'clock a. in. of said day and
proceed to view and survey said road
umi give an purtles u Hearing.
Done tiv order or mo .
sloncrs of Logan county. Oklahoma Ter-
U. Emjiktt Stkwaht
County Clerk andCIork of
Guthrie O. T.. April 13 1SK0.
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Is largor than any weekly or semi-
weekly paper published und is the
only Important Democratic weekly"
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times as large as the leading Republi-
can weekly of New York City It will
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eopt Sunday and has all the freshness
and timeliness of a dally. It com-
bines till tho news with a long list of
interesting departments unique fea-
tures cartoons and graphic illustra-
tions the latter being a speoialty.
AH thoso improvements hav9 been
made without any increase in tho cost
which romains at 81 por yoar.
Wo offer this unequalled newspaper
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 116, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 25, 1896, newspaper, April 25, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73610/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.