The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 37, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 13, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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Official Orgnn of Oklahoma Domocracy Offlco of Publication Harrison Avonuo.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY JULY in 1897.
Everything In Our Line
l Harrison Avo.
CO . i '
The Jim Fisk Restaurant
Is the place to get your meals. Has
been newly furnished. Everything
in first-class style. : : :
121 W. Harrison Ave Guthrie.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Farms.
The privileges I offer makes my money the easiest and clieapes
in the territory. Call on
J. STUART MCKAY
105 SOUTH FIRST ST.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
V A l'ffM. Yl
Manufactures all Kinds of Vohlcklos. Painting Trimming
and Repairing Promptly Attondod to.
322 South Division Street
The Mistletoe Bar.
105 West Harrison Avenue
NEXT DOOR TO WELCOME GROCERY.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
in Stock all the Time.
FINE BILLIARD PARLOR PHONE 05
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
Danderine Barber Shop
The Best Place in the City to Get
First-Class ShaveHair Cut
AND A GOOD BATH.
FREE DANDERINE TO
4J5 W. Harrison.
J. W. MoNEAI PattBiDKMT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Board or Directors iucaddiUon to Hank Oflkeri:
limn BtraUoa tiorscs Speed RobertiMartln. J. B. Cottlnghaa
W. J. HORSFALL CftShlX-.
and at Lowest Prices. J
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop. J
UUTHIllE 0 T.
GUTHRIE O. T.
JAMES HILL Prop
A. J. SEAY Vick-Phbhdent.
GREATEST STRUGGLE OF
ALL LABOR WARS.
BOTH SIDES STAND FIRM.
Nn I'rn.pcct of Kottloment Tho Strlk-
vm Are Still Conthloiit Tlmt They
Will WlnIllggnr. In tho Wt-.t
Vlrelnln Cunt rloliU mi
l'lrrsiiiTito. Pa. duly lt-.Yostordny
marked tlie beginning of tlif second
week of the cnal miners" strike a nil
aire dy it gives promise of lieing 0110
of I lie rer.tost struggles in the his-
tory 'his country.
VAi dnys ago tho coal operators In
this district and tho minors themselves
little- dreamed that within one short
week such an era of gonorul auspon-
'""' could bo wrought us now exists
in the bituminous mining Industry
then the niontli of the many coal tip-
ples that dot tho Monongnheln Alle-
gheny. Yonghonnv and Peters creok
valleys and tho valleys of Toms' nnd
Millers- Uun worn open nnd turning
out thousands on thousands of tons of
the best conl tlmt ontoni into the com-
petitive markets of the world.
Now all that Is changed Tim vast
caverns aro deserted and tomh-llko.
On the hillsides bashing in (he shade
t lu-re is an army of Ih.OOO unemployed
anxiously wnl tin y for more to join" tho
troops of Idlers. On nearly mcpj rail-
road track lending to (he mines there
stand empty enrs npimrontly anxious
to lie loaded that their burdens may
be carried to the ports along th"0
The success that has attended the
movement has greatly elnl.-d tho
miner and ilur'niir tho next few days
ovory eil'ort will bo mndo to bring out
the men In tho few mines tlmt nro still
working This win o n dillleult task
but they oxprcss eonfldeneo in their
ability to mnko the auspenslon com-
pleto before the week Is forty-otglit
l'rom tho boat Information obtain-
able tho Pittsburg operators aro In no
hurry to huvo the dlllleulty adjusted.
Many of them have stocks of coal on
railroad sidings which they are hold-
ing for an advance. Much of this was
dlsposod of Saturday at a good profit.
Ono promlnont operator said to-day
that It would toko another week to
tlotormtna tho o.vnot suite of tho innr-
hot and by that tlmo a general clean-
ing up will have taken place. All in-
terested will be rosily to begin busi-
ness on a new basis and probably a
much higher price.
"This wholo thing will result in a
compromise." said another proiolnei't
operator "Tho operators ar In a
position to stand It for some time and
I believe tho miners ore in about tho
nmo condition It looks as if bnsl-
ness will brighten up and iu that
event the oporntors will be able to get
hotter prlcos nnd the condition of
business nnd the condition of tho
miners will be simultaneously im-
proved." Just now the grimiest obstacle In
the way of success of the ininurs la tho
nativity of tho diggers in t'.o West
Mrginlu fields. They aro working
night and day and aro getting ready
to supply all tho coal that Is needed.
They nro repealing what they did
three yonrs ago when a gcnoml sus-
pension was declared. At that tlmo
there wore a number of operators In
tho Mountain state Hint worn an
tho verge of bankruptcy. The cen-
oml suspension wns deelnrod itnil
thoie cam a a great demand for
ooul. at prleos Hint insured a big profit.
The operators ralliod around them a
lurge number of men whose friend
ship and support they have encouraged
ever since. Tho operator nroflted bv
thousands of dollars. When the soa-
son hud finished and the strike was de-
clared a failure they balanced their
liooks and found tilings on the proper
dilo of their ledgers. They iculUeil
that they owed much of their profit to
their miners and rewarded them for
it. On every succeeding pay day the
faithful miners were mid bonuses iu
the shape of gold pieces and naturally
the best of feeling prevails ftiu.ing the
employers and employes.
MrlUi- It lUUllilInu In IlllunU.
Si'uiMjnui.u in. jMiy yx Today
1609 miners who have been working
Iu the Springfield district refusod to
return to work. Tlila notion was de-
etdwl upon yefitcnlny nfternoou at a
deleguui nueting held three mile
from this '-it v attended v our iun
dele-gn1'- ami JOO oilier mine iu.iIh rv
Hint l.nl lit llf-i-utiM
l:iDA-l'K6T. July I X - lllotOMC dem-
onatrnttons led by several iu.i.ibr af
the chamber of deputies huvo nceurrod
at Eger. The trouble w enusoil by
the refusal of the inunUripal autliori-
ties to allow a public wwiling to ie
held in the Town hall.
Xebraiktt'. Autt-l-aii l in I'orcn
hiscous. Neb. July i? The nw
law prohibiting the giving aking or
us.ug of pa&ses or other fiee privi-
legos on street cars went into c fleet
yoMenlliy. In this town alderuieu
wore principally nlTocted. Pree gas
watoi uiul tho like are also barred.
The JlarrLom on Their Vamllnn.
Buffai. X. V. July It Ii.v Presi-
dent Benjamin Harrison aeoonipanled
by his wife nnd daughter passed
through Iiuffalo lust night In a pri-
vate car bound for the Adirondack.
Won't (In lii Hull l.i.
D -NVRlt. Colo.. July 1 ' Major Z.
K. l'angborn the veteran newspaper
iMiitorof Jersoy Ot . . .1 who is in
Denver on route home after a visit of
soveral mouth on the Purine const
has received a :-'.cgram from the nd
ministration at Washington proffer-
ing him llin position of minister to
llullvia. Although the major will not
dlseusN his Intentions it is tiimcrstood
he will doellne the nppointment
Nmlirllln loo Moil tuillcteil
NAntvii.t.tt. Tonn.. .Tnlr I?. Tho
gnuul jury in pursuance of a rocont
charge of Judge Anderson directing
an -nvesHgnllon of the alleged forma-
tion of an iuo trust or combine re-
turned into court indictments against
nine of the lending lc. inanufnoturers
and dealers in the city charging them
witli having formed a trust or combine
In control the supply and advance tho
prlec of ice.
Vul Sum. fur Kli-clrlell).
Xmv YoitK. July -.-. The Journnl
slates HiHt J. Plerpont Morgan who
cont ols V7.:.a7 nille. of railroad lint
doctddil to have- th- entiri' milungo
onulppod with the "third rail" svstom.
Tho work will hoglti on the N'ew York.
New Haven v Hartford i-Bllroud.
Iloughly estimiited the eirtt of eleo-
Irieal equipment on this "7.3T miles
of road will bo S5t7.5tn.u00
1 Mile nf MntM-rtjr Cnnvlrteil of Munlflr.
Monmu.v Mo. July 1.3--Bv-Sttwt
Commissioner H. Silk of this" town wns
convicted in Iluntsvllle of tho n.ni-.lnr
of t7-ynnr-old John Helloiisiuilh Iiero
last year nml Ills punishment was
II nod by I ho Jury ;t twenty years in
the penllontinry. Silk is nu lhiglish
sesngonnrian. The quarrel was over
cattle. I.vnclnug was nurrowlv
I.enls Mnv i Ilnnes CipiiihiI.Iim t.
Wasiiikaiok July 13.-The uresi-
dont is snkl to have asked Committee-
man Kerens and Representative Pierce
many questions about llobert IJ. Lewis
who wns defeated for tho governor-
ship of MUwonri Inst fall and having
received satisfactory answers to eon-
teiiiplnte the appointment of Mr.
Lewis on tho Dawes commission.
Iholr War lliuirc. i Niil.nnrn
V vsiii.otox July r. The army
ofllcur iu charge of the Pueblo nnd
Jlenrilla Indian agency iu New Mel-
co has submitted n very vigorous ro.
port on the dance carried on by tho
tribe and has nsked for instructions
looking to giving tho tonchurs on tho
reservation MHiurily from Insults from
tho Indians in the future.
- . -V.
Will Not Coerce Tiirhi-j.
London- July 18. Tho Dally Chron-
icle's Athens coriosponiluiit hays: "I
hovo jiiht seen an important communi-
cation from tho foreign minister of
ono of the groat powers declaring that
no power is inclined to undertake
coercive monsures to bring nbtmt u
settlement between (Ire ecu and Tur-
key." Sovf-ro Hall Mnrin.
Massimo.v Ohio July "i. severe
storm visited this section Saturday
evening. Hail as largo as walnuts
fell mid in soinu places the ground
wns uovered to a depth of eight Inches.
Corn and vegalnbles were utmost
ruinod After the storm farmers
brought bucketsful of hail to town for
Inn Ills Crliiln Creek Hnlr.
ClIII'I'I.I. ClIISEK. Colo . Julv .'riin
Orphan Hell mines on Hull Illll have
lieon sold for SlAO.Oiio. Tho purehas-
ors nro said to be largo stockholder In
ma inlumol nml Iluclu copior mine
l'ho Vlnilicntor mlno. also on Hull
Mill has just been sold to 1). II. Mof.
fnt foi S300.0UU.
Trillion Aceni'le. Will hty.
WASIH.N010.V. July IS. The ordor of
Proslileiit Clevolnud. Issiiml lust Keb-
ruary reducing the number of ran.
sion nuclides in tho I'nltoil Slates
from eighteen to nine will be rovohed
by President McKinlov within n Li
days probr.bly early next week.
Iho "Jer.Bjr l.lljrV Nail.
LOSUOX. July !. It U statwl from
an excellent sourue that Mrs. Langtry
vill shortly marry Prlnee ICstorhuzy
DsHnlnnths. The nrliice Is uhnnt no
years of age umt has been married be-
fore both hit wives being duad.
DO NOT FORGET
204 Oklahoma Avenue
For Drugs Paints Oils Tablets
Perfumery and Druggist Sundries
at "Hard Times" Prices. . . .
I1H PARDON H
OPPOSITION IS STRONG
FIGHT BECOMES BITTER
0'mUImi Dct.'rmlnr.l nml Inclined t
Jlnkn II n IVmuiuiI .Mutter I'rlen.U
f 1-nntoii .More OiitipnUrn mill
l'rt"nreil In 3ln it strnni;
Klunrlnt M lien tlio
Ch.p 1 Cnllpil
Hi. Pill Minn. Inly It When
the lion it 1 of Pardons enurenos to-day
to jxtss umiii the petition for the re-
letuo of the iniiger brothers it will
bo plnccd iu the most trying position
n similar board ever found itself In
Hie history of the st.tte The pres
sure brought 10 bear iu favor of tho
oungers has been tremendous. I'mler
ordlnnry eireumstiiiiccs it would huvo
boen more than sufllelcnt to liave
seeured their release lint the on-
position to a mrdan ha also
Iwen pronounced. That oiinosltlon
Is of tho unyielding kind which
will mnko itself felt iu the polities
of tho state for years to come. It de-
nounces the Voungcrs as the product
of a lawless hUie. and tho mon who
arc seeking their pardon as the friends
of outlaws Willie the nxnrnssiniiH
thus far secured would Indicate that a
majorltvof the people of Minnesota
favor the pardon the bitterness of the
opH)siliim is such that a Wrd of par-
dons would naturally refwitn fiom re-
leasing the prisoners Tho niguments
In favor of release nre purely sentl-
mcnlnl. No question hns been raised
as to the Younger boys' gulll Tliat
Is confessed mid tho people of -ith-Held
have let it In- known Hint if Ih -
had Wen a suspicion nf Mibseiiient
elemen-y the law would ieer hniii
been permitted to take lite uunl
The bitter opposition to the p.udou
has forced the friendsof th. nungcrs
to be more oitlspokeu nud rmliioil.
Yesterday there weio s . iiutnhl-
contributions to tho iIIm n - n of the
matter. B. J. Sehurinolui ii of tlia
wealthiest and most prominent citi-
zens of St. Paul spoke strongly in fa-
vor of pardon.
Thu board is composed of Onvornor
CTough Chief JiiBtlco Start mid Au
torncy Ooneral Clillds. It rcqmies a
iinanlmouRvolo for the board to grant
a pnrdon. The bunrd wm meet to
consider applications for pardon Mon-
day morning mong tin- verv llrst
of these will be the plea for tho
It is tho general belief that Oovci-
nor Clough will voto for the pai don
but those who nre closest to Attorney
(oneral Child and ( hlef Jiihlice Mart
lay that neither of them has ccr
given expression on the subject J ho
change of soutiment In fnvor of tho
imrduu may lulluciioo thorn but at
least one of them Is o.vpecMnl to op-
pose. The pnrdon would lie lis much
a surprise as Is tho change In nubile
sentiment which hns taken place.
MISSOURI NEGRO LYNCHED
Itrn.tiK llrimn nf Villi ltlilKn 1.kon
Iroin thu a Unliiii.
L'viox. Mo.. July js Kmstus
Hrown Hie negro who made a crim-
inal nssutilt upon ami nutirly killed
Miss Annie I'oervlng near Villa
Itldgc. July 8 and was subsoquonlly
captured and convoyed to Union to
prevent his luring lynohed. was forc-
ibly taken from Jail at 8.1U Snturriny
morning and hunguri to n treo by n
mob of men from thu neighborhood of
To prevent pile and dcllcato chili
ran from lapsing Into ahronic invalids
later In life the- buould tike Ayor's
Sarsaparllls together with plenty of
wholesome food and out-door exorcicc.
What thoy ncod to build up the bja-
tern is good rod blood
8co Smith tho bill distributor.
NEXT TIME IN LONDON.
I hrt. Ihui r.iiritmnrrr- Will Oo Tliero
Hc Kra isco July 1" London In
IftOO That is to be the rallying cry of
the Christian Rurieavnrera for the next
three years. It is the ambition of
President Clark and his millions of
followers to show the o:d WorM
something of th strength f thslr
organisation Nashville has already
lCwii chosen a Ih place of meeting lii
IW8 and nt the annual meeting of
olllcers Tuesday morning the selection
of a con ven Hon cltj for mui will 1k
dlr.cussl but the qi -stlon may not be
settled then for the oilers of a num-
ber of places are to lie considered.
SCOTT COUNTY BONDS.
I he Kiin.it. Siilireme ( rt lie.inj TJi-t
Idillrimil In. lie. Mnj lie .Met.
Torrm. Kan. .Inly l'.'.-T!-e su-
preme wiirt to-day decided that the
Issues of 9000) of ltonds for the Chi
ontro. Kansas v Nnbraskn. and Sto ono
for the Denver Memphis t Atlantic
Hall ion it companies were valid al-
though not completed in Mcott county.
The bond were issued in l8Siti aid m
the construction of the railroad
but were refunded in tV. nnd the
transact! in was closed in the National
hotel nt Toieku The school fund
commissioners bought the bonds.
When the time came to par the inter-
est Scott coituty refused alleging that
the issue was without authority anil
The court says- '-The statutory pro-
vls'on that the comimssiouei s for tho
maniigeinent tiiul investment of the
state school funds shall not invest In
nn boiiils which logcthi r with the
niitxtiimling iiideliteilness sh.il I evceeil
10 per cent of tin- assrssoil v iluatuin
of said municipal iorpoi.il ma I a
bilidiiig rcquin ..lent on tlusc ofliiis
which aiinot lie safeli ignoi.t Imt
if the i nmimssloii shall inl.ite this
priAisioii nml iureha-c i-i mi it-i pn i
bonds in i m i ni. of tin- Imitation th.
uinnieip-i'ili will not Ii i mi -( roiu
tho p.niiinit of the It Is so pur
Knii.i. I ntr AliolUhhiK JnilO lul ll-
I'oi'rhi. Liui. July 1 The su-
premo coi. 1 1 in a uiiniiiuious opinion
written bv Assoelnli- Justli.i Allen
holds that the law prepared 1" Judge
W. C. chli of Topeka to repeal cer-
tain obsolete and redundunt portions
of tho general Slatut.is of l'SO but
wht h inadvertently iiImiIisIhiI six ju-
dicial districU isuiicnnstltiitliinal nnd
iid Tho ih-e Ion was reli lered in
the case i.f thu state of Knnsas vs Will
Hcludl. upon ail upiieul from the dis-
trict court of Montgomery county.
Knl.er llu. nu An lilenl.
Oimi Norway July I' Ihupcroi-
Willlaiii while walkinir uiion thedeck
of his a 'hi at this place to-iliiy while
one of tin- inustH was hem lowered
wus struck .1 violent blow on the left
cvr- bv n rope cniisinir and extravasa
tion of blood on Hie eye bull. A bnr-
diigo was luiuiediiitcl.v plan .1 over the
injured eve nml tli'-paiiu nfi.-d ulmost
'livn Alurilur. In I he l.rrlliiry
Pkhiii (ikln July I .ioliu Miller
40 yeur.s ohl was shot ami killed from
nmbiihli Saturduy. fort) miles south of
here. Niai (liamllei on ijuawpavv
crook ( h.irlcs Langshun shut and
killed (.eoige II Smith last Prldsy
Lanshini licensed Smith of being re-
sponsible for the ilUupp.-aniiioo of a
young lady In the coiuiiiiuiliy llu is
Iu jail at Chandler.
Ijilmr Nu l-iiii;er hrsrea
Tfli'KKA Kso. July l".- The short-
age of men needed to harvest the un-
precedented wheal crop in Western
Kansas has bsen supplied and it is
now useless for men to go to Una
country in search of labor. lie
greater pari of the immense lullux of
laboring men to that section are now
without work aud will remain so un-
til threshing begins.
hintilvu ISnil .if lltmnf iiiimiii
Atciiiso. Ksn July 1'.. Andrew
MeKee r aged 18 years s proinim nt
and w ilthy cilisen died yesterday of
kidu.v md liver complications. The
deceased was married on July I of tins
year to Miss Ik-rtho M-lieiulc Th. y
had been engaged for s long time um!
their wedding had lwcn freuinly
potoued on account of Mr Mc-Kcevc-r
nil ICnoirx llnllraiil M.iii llititil.
PiTisncMn Pn . July l'-.lohni;
Davidson third vies president of the
Pennsylvania company controlling
nod onersllug the Pennsylvania lines
west of Pittsburg dlid at the Hotel
Lincoln in this city .it noon yrsterday
from tho ctfects of an operation ihi-
formed last Thun y for appendicitis
ller.ler nail siiMip Htritek Usnd
Jkiiioui. Kan July 13. Haas An
derson s shesp herder for 1'4 Ittfertv
livliig seven miles southeast of this
plsen. was lied by lightning lust
ulght Within a fow feet of the bo.v
wero sixty three dead sheep thai li.ul
just been drlv u into the pen by youni
Anderson and cvklently stricken l.
tru; sume str
'usllo l.mU Hit ur
Klhkka. Kso . Jul; 1 J A A U.i-
SOii. s half-crsed re igious en usi.ist
Wim" ! k liculc Ust night bv sli .
tug himself in C In I will u re-
volver. '1 lie tiagcdy iMiurrcri in a
ismimi of Hotel Hreenwooil sod was
nei discovered until tins inorniug
M rnstm llroMclil in Inriut.
W.vsuivoroK luly it -The appear-
unoe of the cruiser Han Pranctsco in
the harlmr of Tangier has had a lu-
ry effect upon the Moorish uuthon-
t!) Jn the matter of seourlng the ob-
(crtanec of American rights
Celebrated foi it. i reatitav I'nRstrcnctb.
anil healthfulnes Assures it food acalnxt
alum anil all form i t adulterii..n rr.mraou
to the cheap brands iiovjii par nc tuwiiik
C NEW VOI1K.
.Mvn siini. from llnnlv.r. l'lrnl nt 11
.entnr eRlen Ulilioul Injury
I Hti u.ii .lull l" 1 i-e pistoWhota
i-iie tired at tin In 1st of InttitT
iisnm r cglen irin'irof a bulla
pioiif cloth to dm f i mil ii ? vci-s)
' liit-mif ir- calibi r i in l tMi by
I. ii nt- i ant sii-iu i i' a li-t u . of
'en p.l. s
Ziyli i exposed hi- i va--t overall
with linllet proof d th to tho ami of
I.ieuti mint Miiiiei l.i the llrst -hot
wisfioin n !' t.iutiei revolver nnd
moiliiii I a tt uipoini v stinging sensa
I'on v second st u is flreil w th
'l result i 1 1. j third i t a
is i ihln r revolver u is used. A pli u
i mil i ii. d tho scsifiou this time n
f'-lm IS if soim one I. id polo d him
' i lii t bs w nh lii i nocUle . 'Mi
List ti t was wi'h i pistol of II
il I" i .egli ii sto I Hns bu.iitas
he ih. I I he rest ft the test at a
m ii. v iilil he found .in his bod'
lenient Over n l-itper
"I I islfli tin Iniv ' llw vi
'' I1 I in.es i iii i .hi d ii fi i ua
" ! 'v I oiij.r ( rovvHi i I
si I'll bus and othei I illoy follower
iv .is t i u-cii avv.iv fi in them to d.i b"
J.ii ol. Hpeneer. formi v proprirtok o'
llio I in ilv New who bought the pa-
m i be fore It was pur based bv I row-
H' nil AlbuK i rowther All-iuand
otliei . declare that tlmy wilt rmralu
cont i ol and will also anjolu Spencer
fiom publishing the paper.
Inlill l. Itncllefuller Hnml.
rff v ci a xt (iliio July u John D
f!oelesellcr has been sued iu the com.
mon pleas com t bore by Jamoa torn-
g.in. the vessel owner for an account'
injr i irrlgau who was in llosvirrk'
filliis debt g.ive iio latter as
eolliiti rnl security it Is asserted. 2. llll)
hh.in . or tho Miind.iril Oil Company
h'iM-k Later that st.uk wns credited
to in i ignn on hs iiidebtedni'ss Uo
now insists (hut he was not allovvr 1
h i' the stiM-k 'v is wm th
(HUM il it III; I' I re
l I vs. N N lul. 12 Lijitll.lir
sirii. I. it.iiiiub.iir I ml lank two nuns
in. 1 1 h if here tit I ml.ick vesterdllv
afti iiioon. A c.iiiuoii was procured
and .hols fired at id surrounding
t.inlis to allow the ol iq escape and
pr. vent other tnnl.s f.iin exploding
llu e-i aping ml bei nun Ignited and
tw.nt) ucrcs of ii i.iirnod. lloomi
were built I. prevint tho spicadot
the bin uing oil and l.ci p it out of ll o
nv. i l'ho loss will h large.
iiinu Will Not right
L'lMiog July I Tho Iierltn cor-
responileut of the Dad Mam tuyt
"The Japanese minister here nssurei
mo that the idea of the adoption by
Jap in of offensive measures against
the American uiiih xntiun of llawim u
Trtltn Slnny ( ouuterfnlt l)lmo
Joins:. Mo Julv i- Late Saturda
night iifb-r the insh of ii liusv n ih
vv i - mc-r some twiKe or hfi.-i u . f
.li.plin - business men ilwcov. n 1 fiat
tin V h id Im-cii vi. tnioi .1 by -I v .
of tin ipiecr ' tin ih f. i nvs mon.
msi iij- . ntireh of pi i nt j(ttl
Miinr Uerrlcl.a llliurn Iluvru
l.iviv Oiiio lulv A I HUJjl
passed ver the ua In ilsbclwviri re
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A Terry spensl says: IllacUive l
will have a railroad knareu o-i Iho
Kansas Oklahoma and (iuif connect
nig witli the Prlsco at Cnle (-w ey
county Ksn. The rond will be tL riy
Ave miles In length and mil puts
t'irougli the most b autlful an j pro
ductlve portion of Kay county The
director of the new road sit res e in
lilackwsll snd will tutcribe S('000
worth of stock for the building of the
road The promoters and directors
are W P. Wsrdwlck J W. Pickett J
H Ticker. L S. SUc; m. J W Ilestty
Ed L Psekhsm J L Waae. W IC
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 37, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 13, 1897, newspaper, July 13, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73976/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.