The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 31, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 7, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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urnoiAt. oho h o Oklahoma uemookaoi
OPFICR OF rOHLttlATUIK. IIARUIROH AVV-wtlM
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 7 1897.
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is going to reduce his largu Drug Stock and will
give his customers 20 per cent discount on all goods
in his store for the next 80 days. I have just re-
ceived 1000 ounces of Quinine and must sell it. and
will close it out at 80c per ounce.
MAKE NO MISTAKE. SEE US FOR DRDGS.
Quinine per oz Jjc
Laxative Fig Syrup 50c; now jc
One Minute Cough Cure 50c; now JJC
One Minute Cough Cure 25c; now .20c
Horse and Cattle Pood 3 lb package 40c
Horse and Cattle Food 25c; now -Oc
White Pine Expectrant 25c; now 20c
Fine Soap 15c per bar; now per box 25c
Fine all rag White Envelopes per package. 6c
Carbolic Salve 25c: now per box . . 20c
11 1 FESTAL BOND
THB OKLAHOMA BAR ASSOCIA-
AND MIRTH AND JOY PREVAILED.
Ko UUiitatliig Opinion Wat lUard Law
and Oonrts Tor tlm Tlmn IVrRottnn
Ulnbomtn Hprrnil Oratory Wit mill
ltcpartne A Thins ot Uenuly
nncl n Joy Iforeior
W. 1a. RHODES
Telephone No. 46.
106 E. Oklahoma Ave.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY.
GEO. E. 1ULLINGSLEY President.
Omital. fully paid $50000.00
110AUD OF DlttKCTOUB;
The territorial bar association the
territory of Oklahoma Guthrie the
capital city and Landlord Ford of the
Capitol hotel oovered themselves with
glory lint night in consummation of
ono of the moat elabornto banquets
nnd lestal occasions over participated
In in the Kraut soutwost
Tlie occasion was the annual ban-
quet of the Oklahoma territorial bar
association and the gontlcnion having
it in chargo are to be congratulated
upon the magnificent success of the
Sixty plates were laid at the great
banquet table in the spacious dining
hall of tho Capitol hotel and the
place wero all occupied by members
of Ika bar nteootatlou with u few it -vited
The tablo prevented beautiful
sight with the tempting array of
torthtoiue viands sparkling cut glass
glistening silvorwaro and china with
a row of palms along the center whose
great branches roached out in canopy
above tho hoads of the seated gnosts
while the beautiful designs of fern
leavos upon the snowy spread of linen
and tho garnishments of tho cold moaU
and salads made it seem almost like u
festal gathering in some somltroplcal
Tho bar association arrived in a body
from tho supromo court room at 8
o'clock and at onco wero ushered into
tholr places at tho banquet tablo oach
ticket bearing a number corresponding
with the number of a handsome indi
vidual menu card.
Without any preliminary coremony
they at onco proceeded to pay their rc-
spocto to tho most claborato spread
ever set bosweon Topoka Kansas and
Tho menu contained tho finest of all
that was seasonable bolng as follows:
dosorving of a memorial a symposlan
would be tnoro fitting and ho would
like to hear from tho other justices
whose experience had been more ex
tended with these fair but Heeling
birds of paradise.
Was tho subject nsslgnod S. L. Ovor-
strflot and ho was Introduced as one of
thctn. Tho word soouor had bei'ii for
ngos but a little comparative ndvorb
but in a few years Oklahoma had
made of Jit a noun so widely discussed
until it had becotno ono of the most
noted provincialisms of the age It
had boon discussed ovorywhero by tho
pre ongaged tho tlmo of the courts
and caused all kinds of orlmos To bo
soon was to be early but to be a
'soonor" was to bo sooner than oarly.
Many of our first families wero early
but it has boon a matter of general
surprise to learn that many wero
sooner than soon. Where is a differ-
the mo standing tliero and lying? I
was In your place myself last n'xbt
and lost $10" nnd then fined him 810
nnd costs. Wo hod plenty of jurisdic-
tion and law in those days but happily
for lawyers the times havo changed.
Judge Dale closed by thanking the
association for their courtesy In invit-
ing the court to be their gnest at so
successful a gathering the spread
magnificent the servlco beyond com-
parison and the presence of tboso with
whom it was a great pleasure to asso-
ciate Jack OaiIs'i ThrHtU"
Was the subject nsstgnad W. II
Asher of Tooumsch. If Jack had made
any such threat to kill oft tho lawyers
hero In Oklahoma no would have had
him removed nnd fttrnlshod tho affi-
davits to do It. Even lind he killed off
tho lawyer the people wonld still
have law; but if the law wus taken
nway Ukmi there could be no lawyers.
once of opinion as to tho dorlvltion of flllt nono nXd deprive us of law for It
A. Q. Brower. Capitalist Utlca N. Y.
W. E. Hodges Guthrie
Chafl. E. Bllllngsley Guthrie
Goo. a lMlllngsUy Guthrie 0 T.
J no. F.Steae Guthrie.
POLT.RCTIONS A 8PKCIALTY
Hd&rctnrea all kinds of TehicleB. l'aluting Trimming 4111)
Repairing promptly attouuod to.
S ? South Division Street - Galhrlo 0k.
yANDERPOOL'S J)RUG gTORE
Cornor SECOND and HARRISON.
Fresh New Stock of
9 3E39SLija."4s9 Oils
Of all Kinds at 1807 Price.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
The Mistletoe Bar
Cop. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
One Block From Hotel Royal. 3
Caters to the Best Trade? Only. Beat; Goods
In Stock all the Time
l6Yer0IiI Whiskey and a falS.IIirfof Standard Cigars.
;Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone No. 9
QSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
Oysters. WUlto Wine.
Snipe on Toast. Port Wine.
Venison. Turkey. Oysters. Tatiguv-
cnocolate. Nut. Marble.
White. Ice Cream. OoM-
Grapes. Oranfioa. Hananas. Apple.
Fscons. Kngllsh Walnnu. Filberts.
Henry Clay. Mercantile. Qen. Arthur.
Tho service waa of tho very hast
everything coming promptly and In
most appetizing shape and whllo the
guestBdhcussed the good things placed
boforo them thoy wero entertained by
Mrs. llurch tho Inimltablo warblor
Misses Alice Schnell and Itlooklo Jami-
son with beautiful piano and vocal
music and entrancing strains from tho
Gutbrlo Mandolin Club composed of
Messrs. Horace Hlxon P. A. Dorr W.
R. Woloh Wra. Wheelor Stuart Ilrlggs
aud Clias. Cunningham.
After the pbysloal appetite had been
bo woll satisfied came tho feast of rea-
son with tho How of wit and othor
liquids. J. V. Sbartol prosldent-elect
of tho association officiated as toast-
matter in a most cfll.-lont mannor his
introductions being models of tho right
thing in tho right plaeo and putting
the listeners In most admirable humor
and pleasureable anticloipation of
what was to follow.
Juitlos MoAteo l.rullt.
The first toast of the evening had
been assigned to Justlco McAtoe of the
supromo court tho subjeet "Ninety
Day HlgrlmBln Mcmoriam." He said
that the usual order of life had been
reversed by putting the funeral ser-
vices at the first and he did not
seo why ho had been ohofon
to discuss the virtues of the
ninety days birds of passage as he had
I os to do with them than many
others. Ho came from Maryland
where thoy had divorces no of tener than
hangings and here in tho territory
but few ninety day applicants had
come to his court. The colonies were
mostly on the east sldo of too terri-
tory for when these violims of oold
feet or Sneompatablllty from the effete
east come to Oklahoma to have their
moral character fumigated tbey set-
tled along the Santa Pit for tbey were
not bunting for sago bush pasture.
He had more of a hand in cutting
the reign of tbo ninety day people
short for it was with pleasure bo
signed the opinion In the Irwin case
putting an end to ST.40 divorces In tbo
territory. Belief bad also come from
kind Diliovn friends but It gave him
still greater satisfaction when Justice
Tarsney inserted the Judicial llatlron
of Beach vs. Iicach In the general
laundry It wri A subject scarcely
tho word some ulleglng that it comes
from "cen "or" others from ''toon
here" and others from "sinner" but
though the court have made every
ciTort to determine Its origan or tlmo
U has strongly and persistently de-
nied Its Identity.
The "sooner" has revolutionised
many notions as to tune and swiftest
methods of travel hut hm great ohar-
aolorlstlc has been tko "don't got loft"
spirit and to him is due much of tho
energy and puth and get there of Ok-
lahoma Ottluhouia people lllio always
to be In the front rank and as cittaens
of other tales are all known by somn
nlolintune It is hut fitting that us Ok-
lahomans we go down tho rWtns of
time known ss soonors.
The 'tosstmsster said the speaker
might havo quit sooner but he didn't.
and Introduced the silver tongucd ora
tor of Oklahoma
lion. A. O. rtouti
Of Oklahoma City who rsspondod to
tho toast "Dodsou & Pog vs. IlardolL"
Aftor telling of those l'lckvticklan
cases whoso churaotors portrayed by
the great novelist of long ago woro
but tho pro types of oharactars scon In
our courts today prosontlng in inimlt-
ablo mannor tho remarkable pica of
Attorney Puzz Fuzz he Bald tho
whole matter to his mind was brought
up to make that ever recurring differ-
encej between attorneys and clients ns
to the amount of tbo tco to which tho
forraor was entitled. Thero was no
othor caso of services whore tho public
and tho professional idea differ so
widely an to tbo pay but thero should
bo no such difference; tho lawyer must
rocelvo pay and should make tho fact
clear to all.
The true lawyor of course feols a
call for something hlghor and bettor
but proper financial remuneration
must be a part of the oode. Tho law-
yer by the nature of thlngH must enter
moro or less Into politics for who is
better t.' make the laws than students
of law who better to interpret thorn
than lie ayu who better to evocute
them (Loud cheers for llamas for
governor). It would be a calam'.ty for
him to lenvo politics Ills true sphere
is in public life to mould public opin-
ion for the better to lift politics outof
sordid things and in alio tho true prln-
siplos of right and justlco and honor
the guiding principles of political life
as woll as of business and professions.
You may call tho purification of poli-
tics an iredoscent d?cam but if wo be-
lieve that we aro factors to mako llfo
bolter and tho race moro progressive
It Is not a droora it Is that to which
all must dedicate tholr hlgbout efforts.
Tho co-called dreams of enthusiasts
have boen tho foundations of all civili-
zation's glory. The world must ba
made to advaueu and in tho struggle
the lawyer is oatled to blaze tho way
and lead the progress until that day
when all things are made plain and
the crooked things made straight.
Chief Juitloa Dale
Responded to the toast "When we
were without form and void" snying
that contemplation of the subject re
ca.led how he had arrived at Guthrie
about the middle of the afternoon on
the memorable Sid and found states-
men from all parts of United States
aud Irelan.1 talking upon every street
corner aud telling the people how to
start a government. It brought to
mind that first city council composed
of a man from oaoh ono of the forty-
two slatos and one from Ireland who
pasted the celebrated law ' That who-
hi over sbsll quat upon a lot hold by
another shall be guilty of misdemea-
nor" that flrt eleeilun for mayor wlih
tho oudless chain system of voting.
when one candidate received 0000 volvs
and ibo other IS 000; the slf eoiistitu
ted lownsite boards who bad no ue
for lawyers; tho memorable visit of a
committee of attorneys headed by
Harper 8. Cunningham to the oity
oounetl when tbt-y wore "sat down
upon kleked out and glad tbey escaped
with their lives; a picture of Allen
Oaruthen standing upon a chair in tbo
middle of tho street and protesting
loud and long that be stood upon the
constitution of the Unltod States and
many other rapidly changing scenes
He remembered well of tbe time when a
"phjsieal demurer" had been argued
In tho poltoe court and agr.ln of his
appearing before a justice with a
client who hod been arrested for keop
ing a gambling house and upon bis
pleading cot guilty tbo udgo re-
sponded! "Ypu ara to guilty what's
TKHRITOniAL OAR ASSOCIATION
DISCUSS ROAD QUnSTION.
OFFICERS ELECTED FOR THE YEAR
VarlBim Ottirr Mltrr Oontliternl mill a
lirgltlntlTe Gommlltro AitilntHl
Another MorIIUC Today Ito olu-
Hon In Dome Dp Ilvmiturilnir
Benin lUform I.ndiUtloa.
Is preBent cvorywhore In all history
arolmauner of embodied law In tra-
dition even is her fair laee soen. Our
statutes and enactments ara but tho
outward expressions of inner law
which has existed in all time. Our
passions and emotions aie con flirting
but law brings harmony from loom
law is everywuorc. it exists It Is not
made Jndtis by tho notion of the
great law of life hecamo tils own
judge jury and executioner; the exe
cution of Ilnniun on his own gallows
h but a gllmpte of the judgment day.
Uuiiinu law Is but the expression of
thin great law of life to proteot man
In his natural rights. When the lowly
Xnzarine wanted to send hie law of
love to all nations lie callori upon .a
lawyer to do it though tie bad to knock
him down for ti retainer. Wo will rely
upon tho judgment of the Nusarine as
against the threuts of all Jack Cades.
Had beou atalgnod to ox-Qoveruor
Soay but he sent hie regrets by n tel
egram that "C. M. llarncs Is to bo
present and tliero is no occasion for
two of us."
John P. Stono was called upon ns
bolng noar his size und mado a neat
impromptu toast on twolvu hours' no-
tice telling of tho tlmo wlioii ho wus
ono of the plouoor judlolary with
jurisdiction from Maine to South
America aud beyond.
Itoy V. Hoffman being prevontcd by
illnoas the guests drank to h's health
A. A. Hjoti
Of N'awklrk toasted "Thu Learned
Young Doctor of Padua. " lie oouldu't
for a long tuno remember just wno
tho doctor wns but finally recollected
that "he" was tho original up to dale
new woman the first lsdy member of
thu bar to vtosr pant) iv woman who
proved that her sex was man's greatest
arown nnd her lave his greatest
t). ((. Itedilck
Was assigned to talk on unythlntr on
earth tho others had not talked about
He hud no subject ho said bul that
nattered little a frontispiece of looks
betokonod llttlo of what was behind
It either did the frontispiece at man.
All know the tilla of hash but who
know what was in it A legislative
enactment it was claimod must have
the subject matter do lined In tho title
but what hollow mockery. Wo all
know thu tltlo of llfo but how llttlo
about what life Is and when wo come
to death how llttlo is expressed by
that last title of what tliero Is beyond
what rost and poaco and joy and con-
tent with no supremo court to worry
Messrs. Iteddlck and Meott made thu
oratorical efforts of tho ovening both
speaking in language Hawing and
classloal sentiments of beauty and
Tho regalsx program was closed but
Justloes Tarsney illerar and Keaton
were called for and cash addressed the
association briefly expressing thanks
and appreciation for the honor con-
ferred upon them speaking in highest
terms of the bar of the territory aud
the bar asso.-iatlon commending ibetn
fur the good work they a ;re doing nnd
urging them to taku their places iu
loading this now commonwealth to
greater achievements and prosperity.
With the passing of rvsolutlons of
thanks to Landlord Pord and bis force
of assUtauls and drinking to th hralth
and prosperity of him aud hi esti
mable wife oa e good night and Hon.
to tbe most sueeeseful fe.UI gattioriog
ever held in Oklahoma.
Tli Paturrtl Oum.
Hsrpor S CunnloghaM. Osthrls; II
II. Hsgan ouotry; liaviud Ilslaur
Gutbrle; C. A. UalbrsUlt UklshowaCUr:
J. D. Lafferty. OMtbrle; (). K reso
Outbrie; J. C Tsrsmtr. HI IWno; A.
G. C. ntsrer. Perry; J. W. 8ljar' Gutb-
rle; Judge Dsvkt Gutkris; A. C. tseott.uk-
lahomaCity; John I. Dlllo. El IUoo; W.
It. Asher Tecumseb; Judge Urtou.tJuih-
rie; Christopher Columbus Holland. Outb
rie; U. S IUndolpb Leslie G. KUdtek.
Guihrte; J. L. Itro.u Oklahoma City
S L. Ovenlreet W. It. Herod. Judge
DuIIoU WloAeld 8. Smith. Guiftrle; C. O.
lilahe. Ill Reno; W. II. CrUey J. L. Pan-
ooast P. II. Greer E. P. Kelley Guthrie;
J. W Quick Perry; John U. Jenkins Ok-
lahoma City; L. U. Delaney Uutark-;
Jonn P. Stone M L. Turner W. W.
Thomas A. W. Pliher W. S Denton. T
P. McMeehan. C. It. Reddiek C. M.
Hamas A. A. Dyers E K. Poware 0. L.
Iiotsford J. K. George John Golebhj J.
C. Strang F. 1$. Wenner E. M. Jonas J.
1 1 McAtoa.
Tho territorial bar aseoatatlon con-
vened their second day's session at the
Unltod States district court room at
2 o'clock yesterday afternoon tbe at
tendance being the largest ever had
at any meeting of the association.
The first business was the appoint-
ing of ihe speslsl legislative commit-
tee to urge the passage of tho bill
dratted by tho American bar associa-
tion providing for a uniform code of
civil Helton relative to nogotinbto pa
per whloh consists of one member
from each con noil district an follows
1 A. A Iiyere Newkirk
J J. I I'ancoast Perry.
8 -It A bowery Stillwater
18. D. Decker Chandler
& 0 L Itottsford Norman
0-C. U Iteddlck Oklahoma ( ity
7 C II. Carswell ISl Itno
L M. Lane ICiiigHithpi-
J. P Stone Guthrie.
10 -W. 8 Denton Knid.
11 Judge Mftakeye Pond Cu-ek
II -L IS 13 J wards Alva.
III Temple Houston Wood ward
Vor (looit lUrnitd
J. W. Quick of Perry prenentcd an
admit able paper on "Iload Laws that
will Insure Good UoikIb" which ww
thoroughly dlncussed by various mem-
bers of the bar.
"'Ihesubjeat of good roads is one
In which all are inttrested alike" he
said and after tolling of tho present
ayttem conducive alone to giving u
ht. roads and mentioning the waste
nud nbtties existing under the road
laws ns thoy now ure. He advocated
tho placing of the rands of the county
under tha supervision of tbe county
surveyor who slmlt be a graduate in
civil engineering be appointed by Ui-
county oomnilsbionorN und be on a spe-
cific salury. Ho to establish grades
lay out liuos of roads plan for all
work and iliun sso thai the road work
and road funds are used to Itnpror-
permanently main traveled roads and
not bo put on some off road lrudlng tu
the overseer's residenco The road
tux of 91 should be assessed on the tax
rolls Hgalnat a man and unless can-
celled by his road receipt It should be
come a lien on his property the same
as other taxes. All each tax paid in
bhould go In a gsneral road fund to
purchase material and skilled labor
for bridges oulverts c.j and if neces
sary nave a small general tax to aug
ment this work atnd to make perma-
nent roadways to und from the princi-
J. W. Uhartel ot Guthrie spoke very
strongly In favor of the building of
permanent roadways and pikes. Lst
u little be built at a time but let that
be permanent and for all the time
Stono gravel or gumbo which ever
might be the easiest obtained should
be used and the whole work under the
supervision of u competent head.
J. L. Ilrown of Oklahoma City ac-
knowledged to being a crank on good
roads and thought the (iitasiion of
more Importance than the uude of civil
praotloc or anything el.e for that wai-
ter. Where permanent roadways hud
been constructed it had doubled the
value of farms and added tun pi-r cent.
to the net receipts for farm products
Hoads should howev.-r b built on a
common sense plan not on tho foolish
eotlon line basis. Pernnru-nt hlj. I.
waysshontd be laid along thu nature
lines of bt ground pro vuli-il uy Gjo
Almighty located by coiup lent ur
veyor Just as rl'way ire im-apcc
live of t ctlon or farm J inch. ad-
vocated tbe estabii.tnui'iit of direc
roads from town to to vu (l.-i.-Uiii.g
they would be niui'h bstt.-r for tbe ler
rliory than mora railroad
Senator Du Kola said ne real zad tin-
Imp riaocm ol the sutj el idI hop
tu h-r many suigenou whi -b oU
be of h ip to ibu IrgUUiuru iu bcili.y
on ibe u j ut. 'V p uir roJ ..( ih
foui ty i'0l the AiH'"l an ftf v moi .
than all other taxes citibi t.
Jobo P Stous m a vo-.d road . rtuk
uimseif lUhsid the Uslanonapi 1
bd fenced up and dralroyrd aa go xl u
y.leui of pa' lo bit(bws asauy eug
neer bad ever estab lahed the o
tsenstir O. R Fg.n f stored better
roads and thought inu'h money other
wle .qtiaadered by townships bhould
go int'i permanent road.
J W. Soothorn thought much need-
less expense could be cut off in town-
ship! it often cot more togetabrldgo
or culvert ordered than ll did to build It
8 L. Ovf rstrci t favored good roads
along tbe best lines by condemnation
ot lands and thought in such actions
bsnnflts should always be an offset
against damages. There wero 80 road
overseers In Logan county each work
lug as he pleased refusing to co-operate
In any way and three fourths ot
the work and rosd tax was wasted.
Tha work on the roads waa a moro
patchwork ot pretense.
Judge Strang thought the road over
seers worked harmoniously together
to snoll the roads. Tha wholo system
should be changed We woro too poor
tc build stone plkas yat but should
construct first class scientific dirt roads
in a but nss manner.
Following this came the report of
the committee on nominations rccom-
mend unr 1 ho election of the following
ofHot i s for the year;
President J. W. Shur tell.
Y.vv-I'risldent J. C Strang for first
district M D. Lilly for second Charles
it. R.Mldlk for third T. U. Doyle for
fonrihnnil L. M. Lane for fifth.'
Se -ii'iar Klgar W Jones
TrraMiiiT John W Iiub'ila.
Exooutivii Uouiuil li. t Haincr for
tho flrtt district John I Dlllo for 'ho
second. A. W. Flcher for the tllrd S.
H llarr h for tin fouit'i and W 8
Denton for tbo Uflli
Dull ku r to the Nal onnl Har AfiSO-
latum Harper S tmi n ;-hani C 0-
lllakc ai.l a A. Galbraltb.
Jolm r Stone pr.'pi.ted a tet i
ri'koKitlnii'i askiog tho legislaturo to
ouac. r 1 1 tain Ian in the lino ot a
radical n-form for better adnilnistrn
lion of territorial ennnly and munici-
pal liuaaiiKs for better schools and
belt r id ids and decreased taxation
which were diseussed at some length
but dual action thereon postponed
until an adjurnod meeting to bo held
lu fie probate judno'a room nt 3 o'olock
ih ik afiernooit.
FIOHT ON FREE HOMES.
Seimtor l'hitt to fr.--.-iit V Minority Its
A special from Wsshtngton says:
'Senator Piatt will on Thursday pre
-cni the tntoority report of ftio senate
committee on Indian attain) in oppo-
union to the free homestead bill
whiuh heads the senate calendar. Tho
report opposes the bill on gonoral
grounds of the vast expense its adop-
tion would entail upon tho govern
merit. Commencing with tho year
itfi'j he says the government has pur
ch sed 83?32 540 acres of land from
'he Indiana agreeing to pay 825 201-
li J s f r It besiden SJ 000 000 set apart
n a trust fund zm the benefit of tho
Indian of thu great Sioux reserustion.
' If" t lie report buys "all tho land
already opem-d to tot lament upon In
'rvailons hi roloforo ceded
'aken up thu sum to paid by
.r therefor will be 838.353
This bill proposes to rclo.so
from the payment ot this
II m n
li all h
tho net tiers
Th report calls attention to tho
fact that It was provided in tho acts
hearing upon those settlement wll'u
thu different tribes of Indians that sot
tiers should pay kuftielenl for tho lands
to reimburse tbe governmout for tho
inom-y op iid to tho Indians. Several
million acres of laud aro embraced lu
lhe-e impending agreements
The bul as it parsed tho houao ap
plied only to Uno in Oklahoma but
by fie amendment made by tho sen
at ' com mitt o the pi '-visions of the bill
are ext -i.dud tiu'l o tied Indian lands
ib) auiouut bitng more than throe
i lino tint coutciiioliu- 1 in tho bill as
n pat-e I tbo h ni.e a 1 the lands oa
i lie Julian rot. i vat qs thus opened
for fc.-u emenl li ive I e a paid for by
the govt . unitful bef .1 e i opening of
I 111 name esceol In 1 !i Case of tho
iioroki i strip wii.r (ia ni'-nt was to
no uu'li' u i(i-.ta'nn ii'i aud too sum
ol 11111') 100 ati 1 1 remains uupuil and
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 31, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 7, 1897, newspaper, January 7, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73820/m1/1/: accessed May 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.