The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, January 22, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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OrKlUIAI. OKU W O OKMUOJI DKSIUUKAU
UlrrMUK OK t'UHMOATIUtl IIAHIUHU
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY MORNINO. JANUARY -'. 1897
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I .D.nCUDn mg) count iL
113 SOUTH FIRST STItEHT.
I Carry a Complete Line of Undertaking
Jut. iimvt'iMBff y
jesi4aegBnn?'-SJall t aJafJaWaaaasManSfc .
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY.
Calls nusworcd Day or Night. HosWIouoo 121 B. Oklnhoiun Ave.
NUMBBK POUWTBBN ANP IT 18
THE FIRST LAW
EX1IU CLBRK HIRE 15 EMPLOYED
In Hath HmniiliM f lit AMewlilj- nii
the cmv lltitploye In tli Ceuiiell Am
Srrii lit flf $isw llllla tnlo-
ilROVd In (tie Sminto Hml IhtFn
la the HotiiH Sniiie llllln
I nlso carry a complete litie of Furniture. Carpets Shades
Curtains Picture and Room Mouldings. In connection I have an
Upholstorimj and Repair Shop. Everything guarantted. C.ive
me a call.
W. La. RHODES
Telephone No 46. 106 E. Oklahoma Ave.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY.
EAGLE DRUG STOEE
Qou licit bill 14 the Brsl mtnure
adrvted by tbe Fourth legislative ss-
SomblT wss signed by (jov lb n trow
yesterday and became a law.
Five new bill were Introduced lu
lbs house aud three In the senate the
moat important bill of either lot being
Senator Marum' msaaure to protect
live stock and providing for the tip
polnunent of u live Stock commission
to enforce the quarantine and sanitary
In the senate beuator DnHbls' bill
I providing for the extension of the
tlmo for paving the past oar's tax
until March 1897 waa recommended
for passage and council bllU S 3 ard
0 all introdu:ed by Senator Garrison
were reported on unfavorably.
The house waa In session less than
an hour afterwards held a caucus
until noon and pnt In the uflernoon
In oommlttoe work.
The elocUon committee of the house
gave the representatives of tho Kqual
Suffrage association a hearing lust
night on the cqtiul fatiiTrage bill. Tho
ladles had not anticipated! a hearing
so soon and made rather a weak show-
log and It la silreoit absolutely certain
taat the committee will report sgsintt
the bill tonight
lord ay representative hall wi cleared
ni the freo silver force wen loto
cadttii to All the pla " created by
council bill No It
The iMUCtti nominations made win
aa follow :
Speaker's Secretary 8 t i'i me El
Assistant Clerks Lemy Walk r and
L. T. (tanner.
Enrolling Uor kit R. ti lliuy Frank
Ham ll ton James lint inn ion Mr
Weeks Mm. Maud Iav J. 8k.
(Jorge Kdwards Stoddard.
8rgent-at-Areoa tVm Urate
Janitors) W Wl'ett and H. I
Pages K L Fin-st Mabel Umle
Kettle MXuubin and Joie Wheeler.
Municipal Corporations (super
Elections W R. Larimer.
Public Lands J. W. Rllogleamith.
Waya and Means -W. H Stone
Judiciary Joe Oiat
I THE COUNCIL
-"H'-W'M"H'-H"Mt"l 1 '
J SOME BILLS.
i. R So S9. b Uearneil
an i ids o-rkaiu sections of the
'Mtwi.- hi that insane per eons.
win Ui i adjudged so or not children
utuli r in year of age unites It ap
pear- i hi t'icy understand the nature
and 'iiiMnuf m oatb altirneys
nbji hum d'l'gv nni husband and
wlfii agslubt ach other are not
C H Ki 3S t.y Marum protMta the
live stock induct from Tetaa fever
by creating a mnlta y b.jard and mak-
!. it a penal offens" to eroaa tho
qttfc'-itntltio iln.' alio prevents tho
alaufrbtermg of Inmpv-Jtwed or other
diaeated I'.vttle f... p-':Ij sa'e by pro-
viding for local Inspection of all atoek
TEMPBBT IN A TSAPOT CAUSED
J. D.DEB01S UNJUSTLY EXCORIATED.
MmhIi r of lh Uiprr llaimn or llm
I'imrtli AUmiiiiljr r Dfcojul Into an
illlfRtl .Mfcllnic or lllnicttnll.ti
nml thsrn HllicnmtlKul Ha la-
noi-Hinutnii nml Iliimllnrn fir
lettlc l.'ht Pallllnn l'rfrnlrl
Uy Telephone You Can Roach Us OR
Phono 18. EDWARD NICHOLS Prop.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
tf anuiYictnroR xll klutln of Vehicles. Painting Trimming aim)
Hojiairlng proaiplly attended to. .
. i South Division. Street UuthrloOI.
yANDEBPOOL'S J1RUG gTORE
Corner SECOND and HARRISON.
Fresh New Stock of
Qf all Kinds at 1897 Pricea.
ty -PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
The Leader Grocery
S. F FRANKLIN. Prop
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FLOUR AND FEED.
Wo liaudle nothing but first class goods. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded. Give us a trial and be convinced
I THE HOUSE. t
After the inual opening re-
ports of oonvnllti e ere
enl eJ for kut none were
ready with repcris. The
queaiiou of a oasu for bills
waa brought np nml the house
waa Informed that there waa
no further appropriation to ue uaen in
Iiillti were Introduoed aa follows:
11 II 81 by Mr. Christian relating to
II It SO by Mr. 'Jhriatian relating to
II It 30 by Mr. Woodmaiisee Iooat-
ing a normal hchool.
Coiinoil bill I aa signet! by IVeaident
Johimoo was received and waa aigncd
by Speaker Tousley and aent to tie
llilla were read a seuond time and re-
fern d to aommituu as follows;
Municipal corporations 71 8t.
Kduuation 7S 0.
Roads und highway 7.
Judiciary 77 II.
Hanks and banking 7S.
Municipal corporations li).
County nnd township argaulzv
House bills Noe 87 and 88 were lc-ti-odueed
by Mr. Itarnafc.
Mr llarnee taid that be bad resetted
upplioauon for numerous ooplea of
bouse bill Ko. M ud moved to have
100 copies of the bill printed. Mr
Viekers seconded the motion and Mr.
WoodmaoMe wanted to know whether
the territory was to furulsh everybody
with copies of blU.
Mr. Graves wanted a larger number
printed so everybody could have
Mr. Viekers was in favor of piloting
bills tout were of special pub 1: in
Mr Rose said that the bills If print el
would all be wasted here ia Uutbrlu
and other towns would get nothing.
If tbey were to bo printed about $75-
000 should be printed so everybody iu
the territory could have a copy.
Mr. Wilson said if coy ucewber
wauud bills made publle tbey thtuU
send copies to the newspapers of the
territory and have tbew printed free
Mr Uoyle tald there were re preseu-
tatives of the press present who would
gladly publish ail about the oil Is free
and therefore nothing should be tpent
for printing tbein.
Mr. Harass said he bad an ioteresv
beyond thai number of bls euustitu-
so is had asked him to gat tbein copio
and bs would tiko to ac nuttuodste
them It wti a bill of pcii lalfcrrst
to business hub and prcsuiuod tt-
o sects would be pomiDg from e?ery
Vdwu in the territory for oopUg.
Wilson Cberrry George Uault and
Stovall were appointed aeommi'te on
quarantine acd tnluiil itdiutry
At 10 50 the hjonse adjourned until
All members were In their
testa Ht roll call o.' immedi-
ately afterward The first
a -t passed the oft-mentioned
council bill 14 providing lor
clerks and their compensa-
tion was signed by the pres
ident immedlattily after the reading of
Mr. ltrown by ri quest presented a
petition from acme league which was
filed without being read.
Mr. Harrison's resolution to the effect
that no clerks bu employed until their
services are actually needed was read
but was laid on the table because Oar-
rlaon tould not secure a second on bis
motion for adoption.
Mr. Clark presented a resolution
that the council present a copy ot the
council rules and a copy of eaob printed
bill to the Oklahoma Historical So-
ciety. Council bill i " -. it 34 35 and SB
were reud the m c id Muse and referred
to the judicial coiuisftte
New oouimli ti t . - were introduced as
No S by DeHois.'jwIewee u h"
No 39 by Learnt d emending civil
No 40 by Marum prolstUng domes-
tic animals 1 uts last bill was read a
seiond time wod referred to the quar-
antine and animal Industry under sua
pension of the tulea; as was alto No
38 which waa referred to committee
on municipal corporations.
Tbe judiciary committee reported on
C. 11. No 15 providing for relief of
lux payers and extending time of pay-
ment for last year's taaei and favor
ably recommended tbe same for pas-
ssge C'iiliiiHt cl Iha Wbul'
Iu eJinuilttet of the whole Osrrison's
bill to puniih trespassing on publie
lands was referred back topubho lands
committee for correction of clerical
The committee also reeommltlul N .1
8 by tbe same author which piobib-
ited the line of money or suyihing el.e
In oleetlone. which had 1m u unfavor-
ably recommended ly tbe JuilLUry
Mr. Ourrisou's bill Nj 1 which ex
omptid all persooal property under
the value of $100 from taxation wblch
had also been unfavorably reported
by the judiciary committee waa actod
upon aud the report of tho committee
adopted This wss done for the rras m
that tho b 11 LObfl cted with the or
gauic aot regarding discriiulnail jii of
Council bill No 30 was passid over
for tbe day and tbe committee rose.
Mr. Lynch was excused for ihu time
being on account of sickness
President Johobon stati d that he
bad received a written notico from Mr
Oould that the gi ntleman wat unable
to be prvbt-nl o i a couul of sickiics
Alter distuning arrangements for
committee ro.ms l he ouncil to lc a
recess uo U 2 p. m
At 3 05 a lueSasyt) wai rei clve 1 from
Governor Ueofrow to the rff a that
he hsd tigned council bill No 14 pro
'-''Mng for clurkn and liicir ;.joij iis
til) motloll uf JoliIlbtOU lliU c UM.ll
then pioeetdt.l to cIilI ilio o m-
iceicJ iu i-xt cjuvi' dsioii iiu- c v mug
btfore a Uu: of wlncli spired iu yes-
terday's Leidcr which h as foil i.v
First akklnioul thief ierk ( It
As'slSliI wigfBlit 1.1 nillr Mr
A"li-'aiil ( Urn- J ' lM any a.d
J. A Uiki i
Enrolling and engrosbhig i-li rW S.
il Mobio il 11 Moofc. Ml h.ia
lluur J W ijiirii.ii MUs Ah e
al'Oi-ll M'f Minn e Mil-i J
Ku yle A N Lmui bi J J K WL
f'((Ci Uic'iaiJ ' uk u llrr We u
boger Floyd Cslvert Wallace Poland
Janitor K 1' Uuugee a.id O W.
'he iiewly elected ofliitrs were fun
sworn in. and tbe coulciI ad j jurotd nil
this morning at 10 o'clock in order to
give tho d fferent committee a obamo
The city council met in teg jlar s s
slon lat nfgbt with all inembcrs pres-
ent except Oapera and A ich man
A petition atkiog for the privilege
to put in hay nealoi at the corner of
Warner and Cleveland was referred to
tbe public improvement rommit'-o
Petition was presented a. King for tv
sidewalk on both aides of Vine street
between Noble end Oklahoma avenue.
The health offloer waa instructed to
clean certain vaults.
The street sprinkler was ordered to
keep tbe crossings clean on penalty of
a reduction in his bill.
An electric "ght ordinance waa pre-
sented by Beverns A Co It was read
tbe flist time and referred it tbe ordi-
ffMU'i .J Li'
H B. Hsuner
IC. N. Brown
A A Fluber
J W Johns in
c. w o .ma
D. II L.eatnert
J. O DeHoU
K i ciark
D 8 IUndrUnh
n. l. Harum
President lion. J W. Jonnson m Okutiu
President pro tem Wat. Uarrlson of l'onil
Ohlef clerk. Judge Mackey. of l'onil Creek
A. II. Campbell of
C E. iluntrr of
Ublef eniolllos clerk
AuUttnt ehtef enrolling clerk J
Murirre or cneyenne
8ergeant-at arms nngn usrens or nw-
klrk. Asslntant Mrgeant-at-arms J. W Haxon
Hesheager J. Dent of Kinanber
I haplafn. Rev T II Gold ot Wood.
Wale' man A. W Powers of Watonga.
Juali lary DeBols Marum Fisher John-
Warn and Heanii Oould Marum Dellols
Education. Oarrlaon Fisher Johnston.
Municipal Corporations Marum. Lynch
Johnston De Dots Ciark.
ARTlculture and Highway. Ilanner. Clark
Learned Urown. Oould
Enrolled and EngioiiKrrt Hills Jilintnn
DeUola. Learneil II inner llrown
Railroad Hiumi Johnalon UjrrNon
Flatlet MrtiiiH i
KU-itioiiN I ishi t JiUnHton.Lyni.li i.arrl
i''ulilli InstltiiUoiiH Clark. Hauner Lynch
Ji tin st n ii Kumlolpii
Kedt-ral HeUtlou Himlolph.aoulU Learn
ed I'lxher M.iruin
Private CorHiruilom and Corporate Laws
Inanition GarrUoti Marum Clark Ran-
dolph Publi L.iniU I liner Oarrlaon Marum
Mllliaiy Aflali1. '.ould Marum Kandolph
Quai a itlne and Animal Industry Lynch
Marum Clark Hauner Learned
MtaiidtiiK Hun- Pivsuleut Uarrtaou Us
BoU Urown Maruoi
CoUDllea ami County Affairs Lrarnod
Jobnatnn KKtier KandolpU Oould
hpi.iVi r j ( Tnuilcy of EIRcnn
r M Uoyle of I'erry
arorib ol Alia
lerk J O. lilakenev.
hurakt-r ni'i tem
t tin i iiik win Wbitworib ol Alia
ii Iislw.e T H Ikivle. C MHirni
W J C.uuh I. M ll ( la.T O W
Hir-ililnf Ii rk s W Yeoman of Polk
Ahih1.uiI ki i iling clerk V C Ituuaon of
Hergt-aul a'-arm- J C Junta i I l'en j
Aaaiaianl aergi ant at arms fcrauk Cease
of I eilnxlull
Me-eiiKt J hn t Towner of Klngtlaber
I haplani It. JameaMewman ot c hand
Watc hman JrHrrhon L III IgK" ot l'syne
Miaoillns 1 aiMiulltwa
W am .old Mt in W It Merry llalr l.yllun
1) S K..si J. tin Hunan U W l ker W L
Suiian llinl Wilson
Aiirtrlatlina Dale Lyttoo J al Stoval
(1 W Vnkrr W K llcrry J K Uenrge
A H K.ll
iiliiitnil I r tiruleni.t 1 II Uo)le J "tin
H'.v .n i. S r ki r- M K KcrKUkon 'I I
Ita i lr.. I iml 1'inale I nriral uti IN
I in -.tun 'I'll Dm Ii TLMIltia U II Allen
W It Hun tiale l.viUm (J p Cherry
1 lu mo.- I. fc Olson T K Wtllla A A K
ik 1 J WHlmanae O II Cherry Wm J
uault J W May
Ittgulationx of ttie LUjuoi Trafllc W W
CiirUtian W L Muillv in 'I J Wuoduiabace
It H shanin il J K inu
An Lii..i.. J W Mai i U St (lair J M
Stttl All.eM H li.UU p Cherry
Mmm ipal ( .iriKiiallxiiK W m J Oault. W W
( hi im I .ui M h iKim'a. t. V. OImiu J P U
Mi.iii iiusinl I'll II. v it- I'M liar net
I i-i i in i.-n 1 Wllaon TU U..yl JuUlt
II. v in I' s K'1' K II Allen
Hank anil ll.inklfig (' u t aerry H M Kt
i ia i J 1 ")ii. J K Oraves J P l
M if in t a UOrorgc M f. VergUkoo. W
"If tuo i Insun of UuUiih' or this
league affair or whatever y call it
haven t anything better to do than to
osiiMire lb- to'tiicil for appointing a
defenselefh girl a olerk anil a 10 year-
old boy a pago in tho council then I'm
done wuli iltithne and am In favor of
holding our ntssions lusnine rity where
visitors are no corded respectable treat-
ment nnd am protected from n gang of
liniiis " Thcfcu were the li rated words
spoken by Senntor Fisher of tlevrjland
oouuly last night at n meeting held In
tho t'nited States district rourt room.
This meeting by the way is Indeserib
able. It was called by IL Uoves pro.
prlntor of tho saloon in I gambling
house ut the corner of Second and liar
rlson are Mr. Itea-es h jsculled several
meetings daring the pn.t two month
I what for Uod only knowt but sine
lie bore all the expenses of hass drum
and light no troubln was experienced
in assembling n gang of rlBipiera to Bp-
plaud IiIh elTorte Tho inettlng last
night was called to give disappointed
legislative mil co-see It r s a chance to
unfasten the nufety va'vts on tlielr
facial oi II -is It wai uud.r the ain-
plceaof the ' Oklahoma hilver L-i ge"
which reeently worked ilui press of
the territory for a column of free ad-
verllsing and has since pri'tumed to
represent the sliver m - "
unlhrie Ottenlbly t) u otij 'Ct of the
iiiealiug was to tile a protest aguiiihl
the appointment of Mist. Aln-d Hchuoll
ub council clerk and llany Weinberger
page 'lhe tnuuibers of Una upper
houhii were invited to lie pie sent land
roue lve roasts) and eight tic opted the
invitation Therein lay Mm miatahi
of the senators.
Following the opening of tl.e ine-et
log leaoliittuns wero read and passeii
dSBiiindliig that the conn. l rescind Its
action hi leference to Mi Ncbnell
and y u"K Weinberger It wasallegnl
that Mis -ii linell cai i n d a lUg lu her
hand dining the I'lynii parade aim
that Weiubtrgc('s father I mil no poll
tics Following thin another batch of
resolutions was presented denouncing
Ibn M-ntUi.ra for not rucognislng loyal
silvir men aud favoring the illstribu
ttcn of u million or more of elrculurf
in each eouneil dlstriel showing hot
the people ware bslug inUrcjpreeeiited
In the couueil. Judge Herod then
arotu and cunsuroil Dellols. TUI-
aroitaud the Iro of Senator Hnndolph
uf lliulne who delivered a outline
spoech In which he suld he wai "rep-
roaeuting bin oonstlluegoy nnd not
any Outhrle league" and "that any
man who nald he was a boodler whs u
liar." Five or six people here made
remarks In wbluh the aenatora wore
oxeorlated Judge Dsllais being an
especial target Ono man stated that
"the applicants for jobs were smarter
tlmti the senators or e'se the Utter
were Ignorant "
After Dellols had been roundly
roasted fur presenting fie name of
M'.kS Schni'll it developed that the
young lady's name h id been propote I
by tienutor Flsner of Cleveland Hen
ator DeltoU wade a plain statement
regarding tho patronage he had dts
trlbuled and later was warmly cue
pliiiiente.l b u il his CKlleagues
Senbtoi Marum inad-au II lug speech
in whiili lie roasteei ihu ' league" and
def. mint Delloi He bald It was a
dl.gr ' to tlie city ti thus ban ly
around the name of a young lady
wbe-fce father waa as loyal to tbe s.lver
cause as auy man in l.utlir.c
Hero the tumult net in st.d tbe meet-
lug eame uear ending In a riot Col.
McKeyuolds deuounci-1 the proceed-
ings se disgraceful and moved to re
consider tbs resolution He was uowit-d
down by Heaves' men. Quiet was On
ally rcktoeed and the visiting kenai r.
were asked to speak. Senator John
ogles to make fr- v i m for M sen
Schnell and WeintjorirT -nnd wo ' lj
SO again if ncci s a-v He rona' cd
that Delloia bad not . ng to foi I itrr
for and his acf w n 'benin- 'frJ
by the senate Wl - Senoior Lan
dolph waa speaking In waa intcn irid
and Id vilted by cvim iiptar1 as?l
for at ffre i. loolei 1 ili- pers n i v 3.
lencc ould p' iy apai' in tin b j
Cm VcKeyt.o'ds --i s-inatied the
"loa i-n " n i '( f it; o uted tribunal
ani! i-.i (1 Keavei lid ' mtributed S5
to the Republican ' r tl cai a ttte
He nml It n-ji a 'u-ardly stiaTjo
I to tli ii insult the 'inv'orlal vis tors
and that. Oathrl wool I 'iifTer for tho
maudlin work of a crowd of ImiosIciS
Win e ii. motif n to r. i"
lullono was pending Ii i
1 veto I a panegvrn i '
league nnd wante I i n
gethcr Robert II "i I
the iv u k of tbn i i
vlned urd moted to i
sena' rn here ndd d
and ti'd several n '
legl-iat ve cam uses
IL ri Senator I imhi
gt .in I i he II or and i a d he alone v as
ie-i iiiblo fv M v line. - amc.
lie cul gl7ed the yom g lady ih-fi it 1
Del! ns and then -p n 'he won' tie
pint i ' ttiis si ir Vi Fi her waa
angij He u in ' . o earin 1 anil
hii woids wero thiin ' i iuslv airland-
ed Whilo ln wai y i npeaU ng 'bo
crow 1 moved to .tail's t e door
lli.spectabh peop i aiiiaunlt mon
demning the aetioiiM of tbia rottoa
slfair and tbo nii'iiiln i of the council
ver properly au upheld in tholr
eoiir-c It is the u-mi rnal belief .at
ilu- ccnincll can atten I o its own buss
m si without dn tat ion from a band ot
nincompoops w-lm ntilbuted nothing
to the el tion uf the mi'mber . thereof
ider t' resc
b M l i Of.
I e 1 vai'i of
' w a s ia'
pertain ng j
of N r nan
.i Who Mill uc-
I il i n A.
i t from Kansau
Miihmm lilna; ot t Ii.
i .r.l 1
I I M.A K"l'll I n
Hill I is ttlio w ll' i
ns 1 jilted Stuti s m ti
is ' l car of age Jlc la tv i inlan
li hirtli and leeii.i I i co11ol;i i nn'J
miHT iry editcntion llu M-r. I turco
i nts as eivil ntnn. i i Jut In r tie con
fl rin tion of tho I in n I'm ill ' -
in w ki also (onii ii.nlwtili the Nlca
iiiu i uml iithc: international elup
iiiu.tl survejs uml w i- for foufeara
in tin' Argentine mil. deration fsouth
nn i ico em a hit i ii nig trip
Se-notor Harris t. i it ex-ton ft derate
having served in th reltelllon as as
swtimt ndjutunt er.iu.nl in Vt i dxs
lni"ido Lmigstii i t s divlhlun nnel U3
i'Iiu r n( orilnniii n lie llilli inl also
KIhhI s' illilsniii i ny of Si thern
S ii niln.
ll. en urn to h .in i in 1 Sn ar l liaif
ii--iii(i heio M l ne. Ilui in " tht
pif-i twenty t us I has Ii . ix to
g.i I In fuiiuiii ' mi I ut tin rn ."(i
tiiin owns mi. ol i1 tlm -' in ill
the s'ate of lan i
I i an nivortli i oiiii
II - 'lillltV Islh
t it I Ii III Willi Ii In
t on il pioiiiim in
tiiin me of tin ii
sns I ut u itliiu tin
bus siilTere'il Mil e
lb nils oi "ii ill
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in ti ilea at tin i
eli etiou bv I on n I I
presi nt ho repi i t m
tor il eiistrlet ii
woi tli couutv in 1 1
turi Hn has u ii if
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HENRY DEL UO DEAD
The American I urn iinileiit llnpinoije f
lu CttbH. Sueruiuli. lu ail thaccaa.
WtsHiMiros .1 in ji.- t i mm
wiih received fioin i oi sul (n n 'il If.
th.s morning tli.tt
gudo of the N w
pii s died in .i 1 1
1 h Spam ti 1 ' i
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wss uot afraid ot bis conduct aud was j wy lJJ V" ' ''
looking after the laUrests of bU con-jao(j op..r'i J
siiiuwet He regretted such a temp-1 horns hh l
est should be spritutf over a H at-1 Sawlll(
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108 East Ok. Ave.
As soon as the house adjourned yet-
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, January 22, 1897, newspaper, January 22, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73833/m1/1/: accessed May 17, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.