The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 69, Ed. 1, Friday, August 20, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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Official Organ of Oklahoma Domocracy Offlco of Publication Harrison Avonuo
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY AUGUST 20 1897
In Our Line
I HarrlRon Avo.
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MONEY TO LOAN
On Good 3?fcX":x3rjLS
The privileges I offer makes my money the easiest and cheapes
in the territory. Call on
J. STUART MCKAY
105 SOUTH FIRST ST. - GUTHRIE 0 T.
Of standard pioportions but it requires an
to fit the living man in the way he should be.
Our- New Fall Stock
Has arrived. The patterns are beautiful.
Our prices are right. No trouble
to show goods.
WILLIS THE TAILOR ANO DRAPER
105 Oklahoma Ave.
I Pabsl: Brewing Co's j
4 Celebrated Milwaukee Beer 4
Pabst Malt Extract Not Intoxicating.
The Best Tonic
Pabst Ice Plant.
'.vater. " The onlv
weather. Sold at the iactory at five cents per gallon-
Biing your jug along.
3J5T 52. PAUL JUNDT Mgr.
.""-$""Ht- r"i" "t ! ! ! !" "t" ! f""i" r
Danderine Barber Shop
The Best Place in the City to Get
First-Class Shave Hair Cut
AND A GOOD BATH
115 W. Harrison.
and at Lowest Prices.
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop. 4
Finest In The Land J
For Convalescents Ladies and Children.
Beats anything else in the summer time.
PURE CRYSTAL ICE.
water better than mineral
drinking water in hot
"""""" v " ! ? !"" t-j"y"T"T"T"i" "H"H5i
TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
JAMES HILL. Prop
BLOODSHED 18 II Oil
COAL OPERATORS TO
DETERMINED TO REOPEN.
Armeil I'lnkertona nnil Slnlii Dlggera
I.I 1( el J- In Iteconin n I'enturo of the
Strike Hie Injunction Afrnlnat
the Mnrcliera Mailo I'ernm-
nent Miners' Camp
Al mnt Deierteit.
Ci.kvei.ixi Ohio. Aug. 10.--Thc de-
cision reached by this oporator.i of tho
Pittsburg district nt tholr conference
here to opon tlielr mines regardless
of the ooimociuoiipos will probably
enuse serious trouble. According to
local coal in cm It is the intention of
tho Pittsburg operators to pngnge
Pinhcrton men to protect tholr non-
n on men. This action on their part
.1 probably precipitate a terrible
olimav to the groat strike and the
operators admit that blood will prob-
In hpcnklng of the probable reft" It
of tho operators' decision Loftus Cud-
dy of tho Ctiddy-Mmldly Coal com-
pany said to-tiny: "If it is found
necessary to do so a whole army of
detectives will bo employed to protect
our men and if tho worst comes they
will bo supplied with gatllng guns
and other equipments to convince tho
strikers that we mean buntnoss. There
will bo no delay in inaugurating this
movement aud tho first step will be
taheii to-day although I do not care
to state what the ilrst action will be."
Mr. Cuddy's statement Is uphold by
J. P. Zerbe. president of the Ohio and
Pennsylvania Conleomynny who said:
"We aro determined to open our
mines again in spite of tho strlkors
and I see no roasoti why we should
not .succeed. There aro plenty of non-
union workmen in tho country who
nre willing to fight for tholr protec-
tion although I uni of tho opinion
that we will be nblo to protect them
ourselves. 1 think that when the old
miners llnd that they cannot prevent
tho mines boing oponod they will go
back to work again amicably."
Injunction Triumph Dior Lnliur.
PiTTSiiuito Pa. Aug. ill. Yesterday
was operators' day aud from prosent
appearances they have made the most
oirootivc move and hnvo nearly if not
quite choukmatcd their opponents
the striking coal miners. Tho court's
deoroe. In making permanent tho pre
liminary injunction restraining tho
strlkors from camping marching or in
any manner interfering with tho New
orlc and Clevoland (Ins and Coal com-
pany's mine had tho effect of almost
depleting the camps aboat thosa
mines and apparently a general de-
moralization among tho campers ex-
ist. In order to follow up tholr advan-
tage the operators held a largoly jit-
tended meeting at tho Monongaholu
house and arranged lor the starting
of their mines with or without force.
If force seems to bo unavoidable. It is
tho intention to start a certain few
mines at once under tho protection of
doputk-g and whatovor cxponso may
result will bo shared pro rata
by tho inluo owners. This scheme
to start tho minos was adopted
to break the national stiiko in
1831. A similar succoMful effort was
made by tho operators sovcral years
ago when a number of colored men
were brought in from tho South nud
foreigners woro imported from otlior
localities. They romalucd aftor the
strike was ended and are still in tho
district among tho surplus of minors.
President Dolan of the minors' organi-
sation doos not believe the movement
will bo a success as tho strlkors aro
more in earnest than in any former
Camp Determination at Turtle
Creek was reduced in numbers from
S00 to 50. Tho men who woro told to
go homo gathered In angry crowds
and denounced tho ofllolals bitterly.
Seorotnry William Warnor oamo in for
a largo share of vituperation from tho
crowd. They demanded of him work
or assistance. Ho ropliod ruther curtly
that he would get them jobs in tho
work-hoiito. Aftor Warner left a
number of men throataned to return to
their respective homes aud go to work
in the mines. They said the strike
was a fizzle. Some of tho men left for
Irwin and Greonsburg districts where
they will look for work. Other camps
are also practically dosertod. The
small showing of men at the eamps
has apparently onoauraged the De-
ArinltU and it is expoetod they will
make tho attempt to start tholr mines
in full at once.
I'lrn Destroy H Town.
Junction City Kan. Aug. 19. At
10 o'clock last night the little town of
MUford twolvo miles north of Junction
City lost seven busluons Iiousos by
lire leaving but one. The loss will
reach nearly 310000 and not a dollar
of insurance was carried in the city.
To ltoiiort Their Dead Chlsf.
Oak Lodsb. I. T. Aug. It). Exten-
sive preparations arts going on among
the Cherokee Indians for a pilgrimage
to Itussellvilic Ky. Charles Parker
a nephew ofa the celebrated Comanche
chief Quan'ah Parker has just re-
turned from 1'rankfort Ky.. where he
has been to secure permission for J W0
Cherokee brares to inarch into the
State and hold a week's eelebration In
honor of Chief Watohona at a plaee
three miles distant from Kuseallvllle
where the great warrior was said to
have been killed in m in a. battle I
with the Shawnee. I
SHAW FOR GOVERNOR.
Iiutii Itcttlillrnna Nntulnnte r Htnta
CKtIAIl ltAI'MM. Iowh Aug. 11'. The
nomination yesterday afternoon of the
Hon. L. M. Shaw of Crawford county
n tlie standard bearer of the Hawkeye
Ilepnbllcuns in the coming campaign
ended one of tho most protracted and
interesting eontosta in the hiatory of
Iowa politics. Almost n down active
cnttdhlatos for tho gubernatorial nom-
ination were in the field when dele-
gates began to arrive but most of
them dropped out one by one. Shaw
gaining on ufteh withdrawn! until four
ballots hnd been Inken. when the nom-
ination was made unnnimnuv
There were spirited but short lived
contests over the other offices and
after the adoption without a dlsieut-
lug rote nf the report of the committee
on resolutions the convention ad-
journed slno die shortly after ti p. in.
The financial plank. In full follows:
"The I'cpubttcnu parly of Iowa ro-
flfllrms and ndopts in every part the
declaration of principles announced by
the llepitbltonii national convention of
1MMI nnd It pledges frr Iowa Hint tho
election In Xove'nber next shall be a
still mare emphatic show of tho
strength nnd justice nf Republican
doctrines. It again especially deolnres
for protection nud hnuext money."
The other nominations were as fol-
lows: For lieutenant governor J. C Mill-
man of Harrison county.
Tor supremo judge Judge Water-
man of Sioux county.
For railroad comptroller C. U Da-
vidson of Sioux county.
l'or superlnteddont of instruction
II. II. Ilarrett of Mitchell county.
BOMBS SET FOR TURKS.
All Conttnntlnoile l'nnlo strlrkon Over
Oiitrngea :) A r molilalia.
Constantinople Aug. 19.-This city
was ul most in u panic Inst night over
the news of bomb explosions at-
tempted or accomplished yestorday
aiternoou at thrco different points.
Tiiu explosions nro attributed to the
Armenians. At 3 o'clock a bomb was
thrown just outside tho police head-
tpiarters in Porn district. It failed to
explode Almost at tho same moment
an Armonlau whose name it is be-
lieved is Ournvbel was arrested at tho
i.iiporial Ottoman bank in the (iiiliitu
district Ho was carrying n package
of explosives which o was trying to
Ignite. A second bomb wns exploded
in a private road botwoon Uio Vlilorato
(olllgos of MiaOrnntl Visitor) and the
State Council hnr.se. One man was
killed and several others woro severe-
ly injured. Tho o.vploslon shattered
windows in tho vicinity and did otlior
Kx-Senntor lvrrer will Abo Stoliilirrner
of Kiiimitfl l'rrsenU
Dim Moinur Iowa Aug. 11). The
Populist state convention will meet
lioru to-day to nominate a full state
ticket. ISx-Sontttnr Puffer of Kansas
will address the oouvuntlon. Aim
Stolnborger of Uintrd ICnn. will bo
Morn Strainera Kill I North.
San Piianuisco Cul Aug. !. Tho
stounier North Pork with tho storn-
whecl steamer Mara Island In tow
loft for Kt. Michnol's yestorduy after-
noon. Sho carried olghty-throo as-
sengcrs and was heavily laden with
Tacoma Wash. Aug 10. Tho
stcumor City of Kingston sailed for
Dyea nnd Sknguay Alaska with six-
ty-nino pasfcongors. Tho number will
probably be increased to 300 at Se-
attle. Spell of .Morality nt Coney Irlaiul.
Nkw Youk Aug. It) Tho pollco
have oloscd 11 vo placos of ninusomont
at Coney Island alio god to linvo been
conducted as Immoral snows: Museum
of Anatomy Illusions Pnrlslnn llov-
elry. Animated Pictures mid Maidens'
Droams. Patlmn tho Chicago coochce-
cooclioo dancer und Simla of tho Con-
gross of Nations have agreed to leave
tho Island. Twenty-one hotels have
been con Icmuod as Immoral
KUumte Your lluirela VWIh C'Hirwut.
Candy Cathartic cure- countlnation luroier
19c. S8c Iff O C lull ilniKiflatorfliiiHlmoii'i.
DThe3:30 train Is the through Colorado
DO NOT FORGET
204 Oklahoma Avenue
For Drugs Paints Oils Tablets
Perfumery and Druggist Sundries
at "Hard Times" Prices.
IT EXPLODED TOO LATE.
tlrc.it Incitement Attemta the Depart-
ure nt the Kronen l'renlitpitt From
1'nrln on lit Vlalt to the Ciar
of lUmln No nnmng-e Done
The .Machine n Very
l'AlttJ Aug. 10 Prosttldii I Kunro
received a gront ovation from tho pub-
lic when ho started on ' is hmrnoy to
Russia to-dny large crowds of people
lining the ronto from Ulysee piilnoe to
the railway station and greeting the
president with enthusiastic cries of
"Vive iu llepublhiuel Vivo la Hussie!
Vive le Pnure:'
Ten iniuutis after the president's
leparture while tho crowds wore re
turning along the routo traversed by
M I'tiure a bomb exploded In a va-
cant Hto.-u at the corner of the llonl-
jvard Magenta and the Hue l.ufayette
In front of tho Hcstuuranl Duval but
lid no damage.
Tho report caused a panic In the
neighborhood nud nil sorts of wild
stories woro circulated based upon
tho statements attributed to anarch-
ists that tholr next effort would bo an
ittcmpt upon tho llfo of President
Tho bomb was of cylindrical form
of iron was covered with yellow pa-
per aud nppoars to have contained a
black substance poslbly coarse gun-
powder mixed with large headed
nulls similar to those usually found
In poui'ly constructed Infernal ma-
chines used by tho less Intelligent
Anarchists. Fragments of tho bomb
were talcen to the prefect of police
where they were submitted to a thor-
ough examination by exports who
pronounced the bomb n compiiriitlvelv
harmless affair but an ollleiul investi-
gation Is in progress.
Koraps of paper wore found about
the scone of tint explosion Inscribed
-Vivo la Llborte!" aud "Vivo hi Po-
lognc!'' apparently Indicating that tho
nuthor of tho explosion lo-day was
tho same Individual who caused the
recent explosions In the ltolse do ilou-
lougno aud on the Place do la Con-
corde. A man named Pcrier was arrested
yesterday on tho train In which Presi
dent Pnure arrived from Ilnvrc. Tho
prisoner was found to linvo u loaded
revolver in his possession and Isknown
to be a dangerous Anarchist who has
alrendy sorvml a torin of two years'
niprisonmeut for having an Infernal
Mornhera of tho Hint llonril of Health
mill Agricultural Kiimml.
lEPriiiiso.v Otv Mo. Aug. IU. Gov-
ernor Stephens to-day appointed tho
following inombct-M of the statu board
of health for terms of four years citoh
from April le: Dr. j C. MeKlweo of
HL Louis. Dr. O. A. Williams of Ver-
inllles Dr. ). T. McClauahnit of Iloou-
villo Dr. S. C J linnet of Kansas City.
The governor appointed tho follow
ing as members of tho state board of
agriculture for terms of three years
eneh from duly SO: David A. Kly
Fourth congressional district Hublctt
Adair county; Kuguue llhoads Fourth
congressional district. Fairfax Atchi-
son county; N. II. (Jentry Soveutli
congressional district Sodnlia Pettis
county; T. P. I.uthoy Klghth congres-
sional district Lebanon Laclede coun-
ty; C. P. Cook Fifteenth congressional
district. Hound drove. Lawrence
Mr. Natanael Mortonson a well-
known citizen of Iihpemlng Mich
and editor Huporlor Poston who for a
long time suffered from tho most ex-
crutlatlng pains of rheumatism was
cured eight years ago by taking
Aycr'a Sarsaparilla having never felt
a twlngo of It since.
All parties wishing liudwelscr case
beer and quick delivery call up 'phone
No 2 No extra charges. Haino Old
(1 HELLROARjNG 8S f$fhl
Queer Keligious Lot
Queer Named Creek
On Hell Honring Creek forty miles at
tt Perry thore Is a settlement of a new
religious scot who call themselves Holi-
ness people. Thoy oppoo doctor and will
not allow nibdlclno to ho given to their
sick under any clrrumMntices. Purtlier.
thoy will not allow water on their poi-
sons but anoint with oil once n week.
They have become quite tteshy. Neigh-
bors are risking that the sect be quaran-
tined for foar that tholr filth and Itch
will become contagious.
An Attorney Retained to
fend It for Usages.
'J.C. McDouIot of Cnshlng attorney
for the Iowa Indian? has been retained
by tho twenty-four polygamous Osagos to
defend tlioui In cute they are prosecuted
for having sovoral wIvhs. Mr. Mc-
Donlct suyi : "I will rlonr the Osagcs.
Cheyonnos anil Arnpahoes and other
Indians with more than une fiii'iw
far fA.000. I know that I ran knock
tlie stuffing out of that statute ss
fur as It rehilus to polygamous Indians.
The law ns far as they nr concerned. Is
an ox-post facto law and Is strictly un
Stealing Cattle From
Cattle have recently bees stolen from
the Otoe pasture ami officers have ur-
r os tod A. Hawkins n butchor ol Perry
and T. .Immcriimii a fiirmor living n few
miles southuiist of that city on ti charge
of cattlo-steallnr Their arrest ciuikI
considerable evcltemonl. They gao
bond for their npnoariincn ho fore the
United States commissioner.
They aro cluuucd with stcallnu a black
cow from tlie Utoo pasture killing IiHr
mid ttn dtspiiHliig of the hide.
Bride's Father and CJroom in a
Yosturday nfturnoon nmirgu Harris and
Mnttlo llnlley were married In Piircoll.
Alitor on J. It. Ilallny fnthur of the plrl
appeared on the streets In search of Har-
ris and on meeting him rnUod n shot gnu
ami llred two shots at him. Harris nWo
shot at llalley but neither was hurt.
Ilalluy claims that his daughter Is under
age and that Harris stole her from him
First Hale of Cotton (Jinncd and
Weighed 580 Pounds.
1311 Pennington a colored man living In
Caddo flvo miles north of Ardmoro I.T.
yesterday brought In tho first Italo of cot-
ton of this season The halo was ginned
at Illiinton Hay A Co. 'a and weighed .'30
pounds and was sold to Woetiielmer .t
Daubu for 7 cunts per pound. A liberal
premium was made up and Kll wont home
a happy man.
nnolen'a ArnlCM halre
The llOBt tialvo In tho world for
OutH llrulsos Sores Ulcers SaltHhoutn
Povor Sores Totter Chanpcd Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup
tions and postlvoly cures Piles or no
pay rofjulrod. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Prico 25 conts per bor For Bale Ky
a it. Ukhfuq. Uuthrin.
Kansas City Journal Corres-
pondent in Limbo.
I.atta the Kansas City Journal's cor-
respond wit has bHn held over to court
by the commissioner at Vluila 1. T.
Latta was guilty of sending a sensational
dispatch to the Journal Implicating Clem
V. Rogers a wealthy Cherokee el llxen.lu
the murder of Yokum at Oolagah.
Don't Tolatro Spit and bniuke lour life Am;.
To ult tobacco eaatly sod forsrer. Ut tnaf
netls. lull of IK. nrtu and tlyur tali No To
Use the wonder worUr. that lushes ek men
stroag. Alt drugflkts.iocorll. f.'ure euarsn-
teea. liooklet sod sample free. Address
Sterling Ilsinedy Ca Cblooso et New York.
A party of prospeotors from Wash-
ington are at Navajo O T. Thoy are
trying to ascertain whether or not
there Is gold in tho WlehiU moun-
tains. If there is it will be set apart
for mineral lands.
South McAlostur has discovered that
tuo tiecoe Spring near that plaee are
(ual to tho waters of Carsbad for
Qurative purposes and will build a
Kerbo.ly 8ay so.
Caaearets Camlv C-Uiurtic tlie nwit won.
derftll in Uwl distuery of Uw pltws.
ant ami re(r-slun to tho last act eitiy
and iuIUvfly .u Kiiluvjs liver and bowels
cle-nsl-f Ue entire sU)in. dlil colda
cutb Ueailaulie fevm- liaultuul .onUitUn
anil b.ltouMHisa. Please buy and try a box
of O. O. C. to-duy ; 10 ". 'o . eni ekiUi and
goaranteed to euro by a'l dru.gtsUi.
"Put Me Off at Buffalo"
Who can nut me off at llulfalo' Why
tbe.anla le ro it . Thla U th ouly
ulaee we put you otf a we run a thruuKl'
truiu. Nut'lisiigi' of caisur depot w
will put you oil lu good shape No Jtia'
no dnt nut everything the very t-wi
Celebrated for its ireatieavfa'nrstrenirts-
anl healttifulnes. Assures the food against
Mum anil all form . f ailultcratloncommoa
to the cheap brana. iiotai. bas.no rowDin
TO THWART A KANSAS MOB
III Mnyer of Katrrhroiitc nt I HI lie-
hiovihI I'm ih llitr City to Sullnit
Saiijia ICnn . uu ' 'L In- m.irn-
inir Sherlir Mill.i ii.igbt Wmnm
l.citcli. who sbnt Mi I pterin no o
vision mastor lurrli.iun of tin- ' nicn
Pacific railroad dcail M"Hila night at
Rills. A mob tlirr.iti ncd tv !n i
l-eaoli at Hnvi ii 1 il mg!it nod
SherllT Miller tool h m iiiu-llv 'rem
the jail drovo to Unwell and fr m
there brought him li n IWU'rhrooi.
body was tnken ti 'Inpi-kn tn lai for
la tlencrnl I.onmtrrft KncnReil"
An a.nta lia vir l'i It is re-
porteil" that (lencrnl Jntnci t) l.oug
street the vctornu of ninny wan is
engaged to bo married 'o Mi.ss I.ibn
Dortch Hssistnul state librarian
Miss Dortch Is 'J nud the general tl
but he looks younger and carries him-
self with a sturdy tin
Corhetl to I.euvu tho Itini;
Xr.w Voiik Aug I 'i It U the in
tention of exChainpi.iii James J tor-
bett to give up light in- nnd t.ilto to
other fields as a nu an .if i-arinnr hia
IIvoIIIioihI bnsebuli in sutnnur an I
acting lu winter.
Trli'il to lilt n llimili.
Xkwaiik N. T iifr 'U. c terJnv
was SU Itocco i diiv. and u nuinlu r of
little Italians were . 1 1 1 rlliu t m to thu
celebrntlon by their t I itrn when Pns-
(imle Pnronlorc ugi d tria to ca' a
pyrotechnle bomb which cp oded
under the prosiurt f l s tri-tli it ith
Mliiiirr Corn Crop Anureil
Mbxico Mo. Aug 19 - .uothop
good rniii has come to this section
limiting ii big com crop u certainty
ilrlght times appear t ! in iom t
the people this fall
Htrllirr Unlit n Town.
CorfUKS lit Aui' 10. "Ooncral'1
Ilradley's array f striking in ncrn
held thta vitiligo ifstcrdny. The 400
men formed groups ns nenr the coal
mines as they I'inild gel without tres-
passing on t li - i''iiiipauy's land anil
talked with tho miners on tlu-y oamo
U) work. The inim r3 were afraid of
trouble and only about fifty went to
Arthur Sladc of Preston Oklv
and MUh Ulia M. Qrlflllb of Hello
Plain ICan. woro married in Wichita-
yestorday The Griuitleat ltameur.
Mr. K. V. Oreovo morchant of Chil-
howio Vo. certlflcH that ho bad con-
sumption was given up to die sought
all medical treatment that nroney
procuro irlod nil cough remcdlctSiifv-
could hoar of; but got no relief; Bpent '
many nighU silling up in a chair was
Induced to try Dr. King's New Dis-
covery and was cured by tho uioof
two bottles. For past years has been
nttcndlng to business and says Dr.
King's New Discovery is tho graudest
romndv ever mmlo. nu it hn.n flnn un
tuuoh for him and also for others la
his community. Dr. King's New Dls-
oovury Is guaranteed for Coughs
Colds and Consumption. It don't fall
Trial bottles froe at C II. Uonfron
The Hudweiser beer so well kuown
in the markets of the world is that
which 6lnoo 187A Is manufactutcd by
the Anheuser-liusch Hrowlng associa-
tion and sold by Old Moses at 211
See Smith the bill distributor
Por a delicious glass or bottle of
Iiudwelser call on Old Moses.
Oar llelrlng- Department
Is equal to the best in tho country.
We repair everything and anything;
bleyelee sowing machines locus koys
umbrellas typewriters and gasoline
stoves etc. Saw filing and grinding
of every description lawn mowers
shears solssors knives etc. We are
experts in each of our departments.
K. II. ICnaiss
The llleyele House 113 Oklahoma
avenue Guthrie 0. T
tin to llutlHlo
The Kansas W. It. C. and Ladies f the
0 A. It. having selected the Nai.'u Fa
as tbelr official route to the ti A H tit
eaupuuut at liuffalo have also arranged
lor a special train vo leave Kansas I Ity
an .iiia-nuii rivr poiui oaiuruay i
ui i auu io run turougn soiia with
cbooge of car of any ti-erlpii..n OKI
hosua memiiera ol the U A It UJ
laujlllea and Irli-ads are eirdiallv nvlFl
to Join our party We will have the lineal
tralu from the w.-. and It will r.-nsiatnr
free rueliulug ihaii cars ahiu PuMmats
lalace and tuiiri-i aicuuer that wii run
tfarougb to liufTal. iout rhaiise A
free chair car will lf-aw Uutlirie vn No.
-tut Augtut ?i st i a ui auil go
through with tl. i luvt dlt-jta iu lu-
qulreof J i'in- geut tiuturc r
nearest asnin i n tor parti u ar
lludweiser .s tho beer and no mlB
Kiciylniy . i .g v a thi Sa 'a Fi
rou' ti Hi ifai Why should u go
n utlii-r S. ul- yv a through tram
wiihuiit rhaiige o' ran Our ratoaare
lu w the . . t. auomuHKlailous arg
the best and the ue t tfae f atet.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 69, Ed. 1, Friday, August 20, 1897, newspaper, August 20, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74009/m1/1/: accessed January 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.