The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 64, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 15, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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tlKKIIJI.VI tIKUAN or OKLAHOMA UMOtlMllk
OFFICII Or I'UllMOATlOH. IIAUHIBUN ABMUB.
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15 1896.
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NEWLY FINISHED AND FURNISHED.
THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED THROUGHOUT.
The Public is Invited
BREAKFAST KItO.1l ( TO i) O'CLOCK.
DINNER FROM 12 TO 2 O'CLOCK.
SUPPER FROM 0 TO 8 O'CLOCK.
M. A. HUNT Proprietor.
IN ft FLOOD.
HEAVY DOWNPOUR IN THE VICIN-
ITY OF PITTSBURG PA.
CAME DOWN IN TORRENTS.
Mi Urn I-ott nnil Great I'ropertr Dam
age I)one--CreoU Out if Their
Hunk Ism Ilurateil HrlilRo
Ourrleil Awuy nnil Towm
I looiloil Little Unniace
I'lTTSnuno Pa. Aug. II. Yesterday
morning at 8 o'clock this city and
vicinity was visited by one of tho
hoavlust anil most persistent down-
pours of rain that has been seen buro
for years. It carried death and de-
structlon with It and as a result six
lives were sacrificed and thousands of
dollars' worth of prpperty laid waste.
Tho dead are: Mrs. Susan Auld a
widow aged 71; Mrs. Ellen Poppleton
widow aged 79; Mrs. Florence- Robin-
son her daughter nged 34; Martin
Cochran inlnnt; O'Neil Schafer aged
10 yearn; unknown man.
The storm caiuo from tho southwest
preceded by dark and threatening
clouds which obscured the sun and
enveloped the city In almost Egyptian
darknosa. As the irloom bojjan to dis
pel the rain came In torrents and for
an hour the downpour was terrific.
It then let up slightly but for three
hours longer it rained without ceas-
ing. Up to noon 3 'J4. inches had
fallen 1.80 of this being preoipltatcd
during the first hour. In the lmrac-
dlale city little damage was done but
the kiiburbs and small town near this
city sutfered severely.
Irlth l)juamltr lteleaitil.
Lonpo.v Aug. II. In the house- of
commons tho secretary of state for
home affairs. Sir Matthew White Hid-
ley announced that upon the medical
report It has been decided to release
on license Daly IJelaney (Jallaphor
and Whitehead the four Irishmen
imprisoned for conspiracy against the
government in connection with the
tiynamtto explosion of some years
Umlt Adopt the IrUh 1I1II.
LoxiioN Aug. H. The Uouso o
Lords has adopted the Irish land bill
as it onmo back from tho House of
Commons with only one division
which was on the amendment relating
to town parks upou which tho Rovern.
ment received a majority of six. it is
now possible that the House of Com
tuons will be prorogued to-morrow.
Allnliter HllleJ hj Llchtnlns-
St. Joskimi Mo. Aug. It. During a
severo storm which struck this city
and vicinity about 10:30 o'clock yes-
tcrduy morning lightning struck the
barn at Frank Hazard' Lovers' Lane
dairy wbout two miles northeast of
the city killing Ilev. Peter Mattlson
of Audrew county who had sought
If you want bills distributed any
where In Oklahoma write Smith the
bill distributor box 160 PufbiTo 0k
Rotary Shuttle I
Is the highest prtcoti Sowing
Mnchlne becauso tho has.
It ha the larger !! ' ' Mike 30"
stitches while othTs miki It require
only on half Ui utrength m rim It that
nitimdn. InrfiiMwkP i lone a other
It is the
Becncapem raj' nine in me long run
i crat mo'p wip't fall to examine n
'STANDARD'" (iraml Kolitr.t
The on I pi iticil U i si i til in i tui n
the woilil tn rl ha- .t r i ptiiiin "Ur "It nl
droti. AKiioursUlo I iiiK-i In! 1 k nit It-t
butltba full nickel sIicUls jnaciria in
Walnutoi HmiKatUn Aih w.Midw.irk.
D. E. HOWARD Agt.
No. lOO Oklahoma Ave..
to Give Ds a Trial.
'- 1 J!" -1 .11X11 41 mgammsm&ftm
oung .Iiiitur KeuHd Over.
Mmico. Ma. Aug-. 14. WlllUm
January was taken to Farhcr tbl
county where bin preliminary trial
was held The yo-ttajr parricide wai
botimt aver to await tho action of the
grand jury. He insist that he killed
lita father to save not only his own
lifo bnt the lives of bis mothc r and
New lark lionet Kld.
Nbw Yokk. An;? ll The New
York Times was ild to-day nndor or-
der of court. The properly wu bid
in by the re-organiautlon company
bonded by 8pcncr Traek for $I3000.
Under tfae new corperaOon Adolph 8.
OoIm of the Chattanoon Titaea will
become the publisher and (reneral
01 nallots wi.i vt Cboiee.
1'kkd Cirv Mloh. Ang. H. The
To nth district UeptiUlleaa eoogres
slonal convootioa adjonrbM at mid
night after Uikiait SftJ ba lota without
an oleetion On ttta fcMth ballot Con.
grosanian Avert had 17; feet 1"; Dods
6; ComUH;k .; Mosvh r.
Nurlli uroll'l'. ropullti
Hai.kioii N. ('.. Aug. 13 -Malor
'William Uuthr e of Ihirham was nom-
lnatel for Ujvornor after a bitter
lluhU Dr. L'yrtti Thomps.iB president
of the Htn'e I"hrmers' Alllnnou was
his oppoirnt Senator Uu'lr was
bitterly err.ntfiie.l by lll of the
A SIM.OOO I Iro itt Ii.ip.II
1'UIUKl.i I rid T.'r . Aut
broke out in I'lidiM wood s i
at o:4j i'etrrdu mm inn.
1 1 .is
caused by u ded-itivn tlu' r ivu be lid
inga and nvu "f their cunii-nte war
Unrnvr Allll. r
1.ITTI.K I- A I I
Warner Mi!n 1 . t
Wilftf (llil i
V . Aii" l l Hon.
out ro! nf i Ik Up.
publican oi giiii.. j' mi in ill -.
in the caut.il-. ..!j of Vi
four dele)T4i . i) ill" htat.- .
lion M.'ICC'1-il ll.lll .Mll I'l
the l'l.H t seriiiin nf the parts
It) iiu i J O'tinirrila
Rot K M''i .i W wi Aii 1 1 - I he
Democrath- cuvonti n r.latform in-
dorses the C .i. ifo p' itforiii iimlea-
poelally the linancial p'xnU Ex-
Governor (Miom w i . uonin.ateil
tinanimous' 1 i un;rci.i t 1L
Hitrrlit of ItrVibi an n.inif I tor Su-
preme jud.f I'uMil-iit il ili-itort
were ehoeii A pr. posiiinn of Jumoo
from the I'opnlUis l re-ite.l
PLATisnt'iio. Mu. A.ijr li Ilie
Loader of tin -i' v. a mIyu nivwi- ite
uppearatbiti ueik bolting A M U'ck-
ery for CoogrcM
A llafboll Trciuur.
D. W. Fuljer of Canajohalrc N Y
says that he keeps Dr K.ng f'tw
Discovery la the liouc an t hi. f.nn'lv
would not be without It 'f pro urjbli
Dr. (1. A. Dfceman Druu'git. ' tUi'
N. Y. MLT8 that Dr K.l.r N. w I
covery la undoubt' II ti l t i v
remedy; that he i..i-1 . 1 t n i. . iai.
lly for eight year . i ' .t li
n over failed to do a.i'i i -
for It. Why not try a remedy o long'
tried mid tested Trial bout free at
Seatonlan Drug store. Eegn'ur si.-
50c awl 81
Far Sate Chep.
A No 5 Remington typ-wntn in
good condition. See Al DttWitt. at
district clerk's o.fIle. 1310
HIS SEARCH FOR THE NORTH POLE
BUT COT VERY NEAR TO IT
W.-nt lour DpiroM Mesrer Thau Any
other l.ilorrr--Abandonml tho fram
In tin- Amamn of H03 sail Toelt
to the lrc--Wi llroafht
llmut by tha Hence
Ciu.if has Aurf M -The Afteu-
pnsien announces that Dr Nansetl
tin- Atcie exniorrr has srrlred at
V.inlo li anil Norway on board the
sUumir Windward which recently
went to i mo .lospf land. In order to
bung back the Jockson-Karensworth
'1 he erdens Gang has received the
follouing telegram from Dr. Nnnnen:
"Ho in- 'nfe after fonunala expedi-
tion Mmid Sweden Aug II. Th
newspap-i Pafronnyhelor 'las re-c-ivcil
communicationn from Dr. Nnn-
sen and Lieutenant Hchottanaen from
the island of Vardo. X rway. These
cotnmuniditioQs stite that they nban-
don il Pn Fram in the atitunn of 1S05
and rv-o-teil to the ice.
Tlio ti-otner Windward carrying
suppiid .o the Jackson-Farns worth
expedition picked them up near
Fran. Joi f land They expected
that the Fram would eventually drift
to the cast coast of (ireonland.
1)1 I Not Kearh tlm I'ole.
Dr. Nausea left the Kram on March
14 1303 in Hi degrees north latitudo.
He traverse! Hie polar sea to a point
88 degrees. 11 runtiU north latitude
Situated noith of the new .Siberia
Islands No Ian. I ai sighted north
of 82 degrees of Lit itude or thence to
Frau Josef laud where he passed
the winter atibsi-tintj on bear's lies h
and Whale blubber
Dr. Hansen nn-l Inn companions nre
in the bestaof healtti The Fram is
expected at Vurdo or itergen shortly.
8he stoo.l the we well There were
bo slek persons on bor.l when Nau-
en left her.
The steamer HI tut ward took letters
for Nan sen when it started to the re
lief of tha Jackson Farmsworlh expe-
dition aa Mr. Jackson expected to
find Nansenand was convinced that
hts idea of drifting across the pole In
the ice was Impracticable lie was
also convinced thai Vanen would re-
turn In tha direction of Fraux Josef
Dr. Hansen failed to reach Uu
North po'.u but he touched a point
four degrees nearer than any other
explorer has done.
linn Heen Uon Tliraa Year.
Dr. Fridjof Nansen Aturted on his
expedition in the little ship Fram to
try to reach tho North pole in June
JSS'3. His plan was dilTernnt from any
that had hitherto b.-oa attempted. It
was baned on the theory of an open
polar sea ami thucMitenco of currents
setting northwaid Into it from tho
New Siberian islands. Dr. Nansen
proposed to hail northward from Nor-
uuv aud eastward along the Kurn sea
skirling the huberian coast to the Now
Siberian islands; then leaving the
land to continue northerly until tho
p.nk ice was reached He intended
to i. mi hU ship into the ice trusting
to tin- currents (the existence of which
had been indicated by the drift of
certain relics of the ill fa tod Jean-
net to) to curry him with the ice pack
into the polar sea and out again be-
tween the eastern coast of Greenland
and the island of Kpitzberaeu.
In accordance with this plan Dr.
J.inisen had his vessel the Fram in
i:ntih tho Forward built upon a
sici-Ul design. Intended to resist the
pr. v.uie of ice. The hull was U-r-hipcd
in section built witii the
i;i. nehi sireugiu lino oraceu mama.
Mi'lut iiiivvirii( n-Nlstance would
be Kin-I that the pail; ice instead of
ii-i li.n ' n. winilil lift the vesel on
ii (lin.l hln rr4in
Khe was J' fct lonir sud with a
beam of oae-llnrd her length She
vu fitted w i b nil engine of ICO horse-
jo i e -iitblc of developing a speed
it . t mi !i.ur. i .niMjiiiinir about
i in I tiiit-e iii.n lei tons of coal a
ii 1 lie ir iniiiiitud of twelvu
n i lie ili.p w is provisioned for
t . ir- .i nd i ai i led J'H tou: of coal.
i i lidt at I'U-ilrie light p sut
in ' iiin'il for ti-..- in eoolciug She
v i I.-i fin i her wild m strong
i 1. 1 1 is.- in Arclie waters with
id h . iiul .eilrc and a complete
u' wi of An-tu supplies. Captain
(it 'n s.i iilrup an xperieuced Arctic
n i u'aii r who riad accompanied Dr.
Nausea on orevmuh exploring trips in
Nwitiiein legion. bad command of
1 li 1 r.uu left Vardo July -M The
Hi t ai t of her voyage was wade sue-(o-'i
l. Iili u-e-resist i njr fiuallties
i cully meeting the expectations
i. in i i ocumander as far as they had
an i )'rl4intv of being tested. The
l:i-t -...-n of the ship was when ahe
it fii.iii - h.iboruwa on the strait
i .hiror isiber a ou August 3 IMS.
'1 in i M o ( hridtofersen the seere
ii i f the expedition bade farewell
to Nansen ana his companions who
hUru-it on in excellent spirits Thero
hate ben'i various rumors that Nansen
had been heard from and that he had
'mi . I the North po'e but they hav
a ' pror-e totally uuf u' (ltd
Nan 'H' lrv;uiu JfiS 1 ir
1 1 I ruljof Nun-en had had mueh
I i i exper eucv in Arctic explora
i II.- nn.kt lUstlngnlsheil aehiove-
i t ' i i tn has been hi remarknblo
. d.iusi (ireenland in 186S-60.
11.: left the coast at L'roirlk for the
interior in August lMgtf with five
t-le'k'tk winch be and bis companions
draped themselves. He succeeded In
m.iUntr the journey of 30o miles In
Mif.'t1. . though with great periL
Tiie?eexpiurattoas ti.'oved the inter
tor of lireenland to be a wasto of kio
i --"raugh orTassa tprn white cartU
less morainclcss lifeless Dr Kan-
ton is about 85 years old Ho entered
the university of .hritiania in leso.
Two years uftorward he went on a
sealing trip to Denmark straits
on the east roast or (ireen
land On his return he was
appointed curator of the museum
nt llorgon. This post he retained till
ho started on hts Greenland expedi-
tion. In 1680 ho married Miss Eva
Sars daughter of Professor Snrs of
tho Unlvcrnlty of Chtlstlanlo. Hho
was a. public singer iu her younger
days. They have ono child a daugh-
ter. Nansen's expedition has been vlowcd
with muoh skepticism by most scion
tists versed in the Arctic exploration
but tho Norwegian parliament voted
SS3.000 to fit It out and was also as-
sisted bv a private subscription from
King Oscar and by a grant from the
RoyHl Geographical Society nf Eng-
land It was reported In a roundabout
way sumo uiontHs ago that Dr. Nan-
son hntl reached 'the North pole and
the report furnished the basis for
woeks of speculation Tho word re-
eelvod from him yesterday establishes
the Incorrociness of the report.
ROBBED IN DAYLIGHT.
Mntkeil Hen Hide Into au liluliu Town
and Cnrrr Off HlO.nOU.
Pocatello Idaho Aug. H. About
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon three
masked men rode into Moutpeiler on
horseback stopping in front of tho
Bank of Mcntpolicr. They dismount-
ed and compelled six men who wcro
standing in tront of the bank to go
inside. Two of the desperadoes then
covered tliu men with revolvers
while the third wont behind the
countor nnd emptied all the cash in
sight into three sacks Tho robbers
tlion mounted horses and rode out of
town. The bank otllcials refuse to
discloso tho amount suourod but It is
believed to bo fully S10.000.
CnnntcrfollliiK mi Ijiik" bmle.
Wasiiinntos Aug. 11. Tho scorot
sorvico bureau of tho Viensury depart-
ment has been requested to look Into
u report of extensive counterfeiting
of United itutos silver dollars Iu ono
of tho Central American stnlos. Tho
information comes from a Mexico pa-
per and was nout to the Statu depart-
ment bv Minister itnnnoiu. Il states
that in one of the Central American
states a company has been organized
by Americans who have purchased
tho silver dollars of the state worth
47 cents and coined them Into Amer-
ican dollars. It Is said that .5(H.OS0
of these dollars have been shipped
into this country where they have
passed at par.
Mill III Sllvrr fur 1 Oil In (Jul I
Rxktkk. Neb. Aug. It. II. L Loo
u retiied business man who spends his
wlnteis In Cullforula a very pro-
nounced gold standard Democrat has
entered Into a written agreement with
E CoMollo a stock man by which he
agrees to pay Costelln S110 in silver
for $10 1 In gold immediately after
Cougross enacts a freo silver law uro-
vlded il shall bo within one your after
election. Ho announces publicly that
ho Is willing to form limited contracts
with till comers and give his bond.
He expects irold to be ut ti premium
whet Bryan is elected ho says.
10111: Walk to Ha Mitrrleit.
LinoNiint I ml. Aug. 11 Miss Llzlo
Itensor of Cass county started
Wednesday to walk to Ht. Louis
where she Is to meet II. A. Stonsell
of Donvor. The long overland journey
is to have its sequel in tho marriage
of tho couple. Miss Heasor Is S5 years
of age. Stensull advertised in a mat-
rimonial paper for n wife and Miss
Heasor was the successful applicant
for his ulfeetlons. The novel agree-
ment that they hhould meet In St
Louis was miido In lieu of Mibs Heasor' s
inability to go to Denver. Sho ex-
pects to bo assist el ou hor Journey by
persons on route.
Kalian Iti'iiitillon Mmiuirer.
Topiika Kan. Aug. 14. J. M.
Blmpaon his appointed the exccutlvo
committee of the llepiibllenn Htnto
committee as follows: t'y Lelond
Trov; Prank f.. Hrown Harnett; Lit
( linn Okwetfo; W. II Hterne Topekn;
U. Vincent. Washington; K H Will
oockson Oakley; (' & .lobes Attloaj
Mort Albaugh Kingman. There are
three more to appoint who have not
yet been agreed on. The selections
were made by the nominees on the
pmuuaritU On 1 1 a (lolil Cnnnwitlqn-
Hits Mm Iowa. Aug. U A com-
mittee of gold standard Democrats
headed by L M. Martin national
ooiiiiiiilteeuuin. and Henry Voltmur
chairman of Statu committee met
here yeMorday and Issued u oull for a
State convention of gold standard
Democrats to meet in Dee Moines
A u trust 2d.
iui Hmsll lo THlk tor llrun-
Wasiiinoton Aug. li.Uov. Bam
Binnll the evangelist was ono of the
sailers at the Democratic headquar-
ters here yesterday and he offered
his services for llryan speeches during
Oetober. Mr Small has been through
Kansas Nebraska nnd Illinois and
deelaros there is a veritable tllver
tidal wave in those seotions. On tho
21st lust Mr Hum 1 1 wilt have a joint
debate with Hon. William K. Mason
J-ooi; tiutlirle (untrit IlnilaiU
Wasiiisotos. Aug. 14. A long con-
test is praotioalty ended by the action
.icllnir SeeriUa.-' of tl's Interior
Reynolds In awarding to the elty of
Guthrie OUlu. land In bloek 6 of that
city as against Thomas 1). Hance and
Andrew II. Prink and William Lowe
tho last of the claimants. Numerous
parties have figured in the ease and
much confiietit'g evidence has been
Halo fur Concreulounl Convention!.
Chicago Aug. 14. A proposition
has been submitted to tho Western
Has ueen suumutea to tno uestern
roads providing for the. adoption of
an open rate of one and ont-thlrd
fare where the local rate is three
cents per mile for all district cob.-
INCURRED JONES' WRATH
THE NATIONAL CHAIRMAN AFTER
MUST WORK FOR BRYAN.
They Aro thn Men l'ram UefltMrlVunta.
Hor York ami Onnusetteat nasi the
Oseailon la Their lmMrerenr
ini! Inactivity threat to
Itfmotr Ilnrrlty Silil tu
llnrn llaan Marin.
New York Aug. 1 1 chairman
Jones of the national Democratic com-
mittee was In anything but a pleasant
frame of mind yesterday and it wan
said Inst evening he made threats as
to what would be done if there was
not active participation in the Bryan
campaign by all the national commit-
teemen. For the past few days the
more radical members of the national
oumtntttoe have been urging some ac-
tion by the chairmen against the ab-
sent and supposed to be Inactive com-
mitteemen from New Yoik Connecti-
cut and Pennsylvania. Jones has
steadfastly refused to do anything
and the committee by vote Wednesday
refrained from interfering.
Yestorduy however there came a
change m tho situation Following
closely tho visit of a delegation of
Pennsylvania men to Mr. llryan
Chairman Jones attempted to Influence
the action of the Pennsylvania com-
mlttco by proclnlmlnir in a telegram
that Jamos Kerr of Clearfield would
bo a propor man to eleet aa chairman
Iu placoof Mr. Wright ros'irued. The
Harrity men did not believe this and
had a candidate of their own Colonel
Spanglor. Lute iu tho afternoon
ti telegram from Hnrrisburg related
that Mr. Npungler would be elected
It Is said that Chslriuaii Jones then
answered that if Kerr was not chosen
ho would rosort to the power conferred
upon him and would remove Harrity
from the national ci tmnittee and ap-
point Kerr. Senator Jonet was shown
the dispatch relating this story He
read It throutrh carefully nnd theu
positively declined to talk Wion ha
received a telegram saying that Gar-
ni en in whose favor Spanker bad
wlthdrawp had been eleiteu over
Keir thus giving the iletory to the
Harrity poople. Senator Jones in said
io have made the threat that all na-
tional committeemen whodid not take
an active part iu the campaign would
be nutted from the committee.
Theitnteof New York ronnectiertt
and Pennsylvania will be lepres.-ntfd
on the committee but not by the na-
tional committeemen J nines Kerr
will probably he chosen for Pennsyl-
vania Alexander Troop for Connecti-
cut and William Suln-r for New York
although the latter may be left open
until the New York stale committee
meets. That may be set down a Mr.
InUomo McKlnlay ami
IKii'Ur fur 1'rnM
Aug 14. The
platform adopted by
Btatc convention after a strong fight.
Indorsed protection reciprocity Mc-
Kinley and Hobart and the Htate
administration. rlhe ftnauelal plank
reads as follows: "We favor the frea
colnago of gold nnd silver into stand-
ard money as expressed in our former
platforms under such legislation as
will insure that all our money shall
remain on au equality."
WhUkjr ()iiininiiHliill !mro;illif.
Cj.bvbi.ani) Ohio Aug 14 Whole-
sale liquor dealers from all part of
the country will meet In this city on
August SI to organize a national
liquor deulrrk' ss-oclation It is staled
that a capital of $UM000000 will be
represented at the meeting. The chief
objeet of the eon vent iou will be in de-
vise pious to prevent tlio iM-r ii mliie-
tlotl of whisMy 'I lie whoiesitlern hay
there lias been an -veiproiluelon for
the past lire years and a gradual de-
crease In consumption during- that
I.iiuilnli ('iiliilitaiilM uh llrrAM'a Soi h.
IjOHDon Aug. ll The new - apers
reprodnce copious entraets frcn Mr.
llryau's speech at .Madison "- j tia e
garden The Pall Mail Ouett.- Ii.is a
oolumn leading editorial on the hub-
Jeot headed "The Hubble Hurs's It
self an seyinir: 'llf. manager
have discovered that il is unsafe to
estimate hlin at more than ' ucuts to
the dollar" concluding vrllh the re-
mark "The gold standsrd may breathe
Ilireo Cunvfiiitlont In ..on
Ku.kksh"o Wash Am- !i - The
Demooralle Populist aad K.-miI1 icitn
free silver conventions were in bessloa
all day but did not agree to any plan
for fusion- The day was ilevoted to
the discussion of local affairs. It is
expected that the committees ap-
pointed to agree upou a plan for fu
sion will report to-day.
Ilarrliun Will Tntte thn Ktemu
India MAiKti.ia. Ind. Aug. It Gen-
eral lionjninln Harrison will be at the
disposal of the Republican state com-
roltteo during this eainpeigo aad the
latter will attend to arranging his
dates for speeches.
'irjTHii to Males a Toer.
Nkw Youk. Aug. 14 W. J. Bryan
will travel the country over address-
ing tho crowds from the rear of a
railroad ear. An announcement to
this effect was prepared by the chair-
man of the national committee Sen-
Tha T.aoe Ilenletl l'nrdon.
WabuixqtoN. Aur. 14. -The lrit-
I . "": ' ." ...
dent has refused the application for
pardon In the oase of Thomas J. and
William Lane of Missouri sentenced
to one year's Imprisonment for poss-
essing counterfeit coin.
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OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 64, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 15, 1896, newspaper, August 15, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73699/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.