The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 82, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 4, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1897.
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GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Board of Director! InonddUlon to Bank Officers:
7sm BlrfcUon Hone Upeed Robert Martin J. U Cottlagham
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A. J. 8EAY Vick-Pbkiidkmt
WANTS TO CONTROL NIC-
HER LATEST DICKERING-
Negotiation Said tn He In I'rntret
Mlth the (Ireater Itepulillo of Cen-
tral America Thr United State
May Have to TVf DecUlve
Action l Nirnrncun
ftr.w niih so pi. i a special to
tho Herald from Washington says:
".Tnimn not content wtth interference
with President McKlnlcy's Hawaiian
annexation polh' now litis designs
upon the Nlcnruguun cnnnl. Accord-
ing to seml-ofllcial advices Juit re-
ceived liore from Nicaragua the Jap-
anese government is secretly negoti-
ating with the Diet of the Oreatcr
Republic of Central America which
recently met in San Salvador for the
construction of the Nicarnguun canul
independent on I in deflauee of the in
tcrcsts and itillucuce of tin- UulR-d
States or other nations.
"This action of .la pun taken in con-
nection with her recent attitude in
regard to Hawaiian annexation is of
the groatcst slgtiltlcancc showing as
it docH to the authorities that there
Is no limit to the ambition of the na-
tion and her aggressive policy mav
yet got her into trouble with tho
United States. That the Administra-
tion will resent any Interference with
the Nicaragua canal project as It did
In the case of the Hawaiian annexa-
tion treaty goos without saying.
"If .Tiip.in can encompass it accord
ing to tho Nicaragua! advices received
here she would llhe to obtain tho ab
rogation of all treaty rights possessed
by tho United States In relation to
lnter-occanlc transit and the forfeiture
of the Ainoricun eauat concessions
from Nicaragua and to immediately
make a treat v with tho Diet of the
Greater Kcpubln .n Central America
giving her con' im of the -mal route
through Nlcarugn t In tiie negotia-
tions Costa- Rica li.f not been consults
ed It being well known thatshc would
not assent to a violation of treaty
"It has been suspected in some
quarters that England which has
always been anxious to acquire nt
least a joint control of tho canal
might be working in collusion with
Japan in the 'dickering' wttlrthe Diet
now understood to be In progress but
nothing has yet come to the surface to
Indicate that she has encouraged
Japan In the move. It is said that tho
agent of tho Nicaragua canal here has
laid the facts before Mr. Hitchcock
the president of the canal company In
Now York with tho suggestion that
the Stato department be apprised of
tho secret negotiations that are now
being curried on betweou Japan and
tho Diet. K-nor '.oluyn the prosldcnt
of Nicaragua it is understood has ad-
mitted to close personal friends that
Japan is negotiating with the Diet
but In each case lie advised the strict-
A private lotter just received in
this city from Nicaragua says: 'Among
Americans in Central America the be
lief is general that the Greater Repub-
lic of Central America which Is rep
resented in its diplomatic affairs by a
Diet composed of three members (one
each from Nicaragua Salvador and
Honduras) was organized principally
in order that Nicaragua might ab-
solve herself from individual respon-
sibility us a nation and thereby abro-
gate hsr intcroceanio transit troaty
with the United S'.atos. The so-called
Greater Republic rosontiug the fail-
ure of the United Stales to recognise
the (Ireater ltopublie (ou re-
ceiving Scuor Rodriguez as mlu-
istor) and its falling to accredit
a Unitud Slates minister to tho
Greater Republic is likely to try and
make a treaty with Japan granting
her concessions for the construction
of tho .'anal The United States min-
ister here believes that whou tills
news reaches Washington tho Stato
department will send u note to Japan
asklngifslu Is sceklug to lutorfero
with our treaty rights In tho promi-
ses. Tho Americans In Nicaragua be-
lieve that tho United States govern-
ment will insist that her Intorocoaulc
treaties with Nicaragua Costa Rica
Honduras uml Columbia aro yet In
force although the Diet claims that
Nicaragua and Honduras aro no longer
separate and Individual nations aud
aro therofore irresponsible "
Nit Mors Liquor Ofltcer.
Coi.f Mill's. 8. C Sept. 3. Governor
Kllcrboe announced that he had given
orders withdrawing the state constab-
ulary force from evory village town
and city in the state Only a fow con-
stables will be retained In the country
districts where there are no local of-
flolals to enforce the dispensary law.
This aotlon removes the chief aause of
friction In the enforcement of tho state
liquor law and will save the common-
wealth $511001 a year.
I'rollUble Apple IUUIag.
Atchison Kan. Sept. 3 Rcece &
Downey who own ISi acres of apple
trees oast of here have for three years
In suacesslon sold their apples at an
average price of SI90 an sere each
year. The land in that vicinity Is
worth SU nn acre.
Apse he T7ut More Then Flour.
Lab Chucej N. M. Se.pt. X The
government has cut off all rations to
Apache Indians except flour. They
are angry and tho settlers near the
reservation are worried.
COLONEL BLISS DEAD
The OorrrnniontV Couniel In the Star
limit o Ome 1'miei Aitaj-
Nfv Yoiik. Sept Colonel
George llllss dlod iA't night at
ht su-iMiior homo at Wakefield
R. t. He had n good war rceord
and after its close sttidiod law. In
1378 ho wns appointed United States
district ntlornoy for Sou thorn New
York nntl In 1331 nnd 1S33 was by ap-
pointment of President Gnrlletd. tho
aeltvo counsel far the government In
the trial nt Wnshlntrton of tho eo'obrat-
n "'star route cases ' ugtitnst o. -Senator
Dorsoy Assistant Pobt muster
General llrnily and others. He was
the author of several works on legal
subjects. Some years ago he em-
braced Catholicism and In 1SP.1 was
made commotidutoro of the Order of
SU Gregory by the pope Ho nun
twice married. Two children wirvivo
CLARKSON TURNED DOWN
llo Apnllei fur nn Injiiiicllnn. lint I'hIM
lo !et It.
Topkka Kitn. Sept 3. Harrison
Clarltson the man who regulates the
rates for the fire insurance gbinpanlos
doing business hi Kansas made appli-
cation yesterday In the district court
of Shawnee county for an Injunction
restraining State Insurance Commis-
sioner Webb McXull from In any way
Interfering with Ills business Judge
Haeu refused to grant the Injunction
without a hearing which he set for
1::0 p. in Septembers.
tint Hut of Knma by lteiueil.
Toi-hhA Kun . Sept. 3. The Red
Moil's Fraternal Accident association
of America has pulled nut of Kansas
on the invitation of State Insurance
Commissioner McNeil Some tliuo ago
Mr. McNall insisted on It complying
with the law by paying the usual
license fco but It refused ou tho
ground that it was a mutual benefit
Insurance company. On tho heels of
that eamo Its icfusal to pay the policy
on tbu life of Otto Zimmerman of
Wichita mid tlion Mr". .McNall asked
the company to cither show cause why
it didn't pay tho policy or got out of
the state. He received a letter tills
morning saying that it would not at-
tempt to do any more business In Kan-
sas. llaiter rprlnr Heunlon.
Kaxikh Simiinos knn. Sept. 1. Tho
sixteenth annual interstate reunion of
Baxter Springs Is being hold here tills
week. The old time crowd Is here.
The old tliuo Interest Is manifested
and tho reunion is probably larger
than ut any previous time. The
weather is very hot and dry biicI the
dust is deep but notwithstanding
the boys in blue aro inarching to tho
eeiver John M.
of tho defunct
lluiilc Aet ftolil.
Ivan. Sopt 3 Re-
Kin bed sold tho assets
Bunk of Hutchinson
yesterday at auction In bulk by order
of Judge Simpson The assets wore
bid In at S3.1000 by a syndicate formed
by Prigg A. Williams attorneys of this
city. The syndicate has also pur-
chased the claims of tho depositors for
fifty cents on the dollar.
To Mop Union 1'ncllln bnle.
Toi'KKA Kan. Sopt. I. W. II.
Senrs private secretary to Senator W.
A. Harris who Is here bays the sena-
tor will probably bo hero to-morrow.
He Is anxious to stop the sale of the
Union Pacific. Under the order of sale
as it now stauds the government will
loso $180001100. He hns telegraphed
to Senator Poraker who may also
come West on this bus news.
Jmlee CI. H. Itlchnriltnn Demi.
Coi.UMIiith Kan Sept. 3. Judge O.
8. Richardson was found dead ut Max-
tor Springs yesterday afternoon. Ho
was taken sick on tho reunion grounds
and taken to the house of a friend In
the city aud then left sitting in u
ahalr on tho poreh A short time af
terward a citUon passing by saw him
tying on tho floor dead. Judge Rich-
ardson was a prominent Republican
and G. A. R. man.
Monthlj National Debt NtatJlnent.
Wasiu.votos Sept. 3. The monthly
statement of the public debt issued
at the Treasury department shows
the debt less cash In tho Treasury to
bo 8 008336131. which Is an inoroaso
for tho month of SH8S8t7o. Tho In-
crease is accounted for by a corre-
sponding decrease in the amount of
cash on hand.
Vroomeu li Troien Out.
Chicago Sept. 3. "I have bcon
frozen out of the Presbyterian church
and starved out of tbu People's church
all in one year und I am through with
preaching" said tho Rev. Prank li.
Vrooman co-pastor of tho People's
church. "I um going to the Klon-
dike." Wipe Out Million of Debt.
ToprkA Kan. Sept. J. Forty thou-
sand mortgages aggregating 8a0o0-
(00 wilt be paid in Kansas between
now and January 1. That is the esti-
mate made to-day by State Rank Com
missioner John llrldonthai.
Bchratler "Jlealer" to lie Married.
Sioux City Iowa Sept 3. Sob ra-
dar the so-called "divine heater" has
sent for Miss Daisy Roberts to meet
him at Newcastle IntL and beeomo
his wife. Tins two met here last June
Tho girl was born in New Zealand and
is a sUiuographcr
An Indlaun IlanU Collapiea.
WASMiQTOr Sept 3 The comp-
troller of the currency was advised
to-day of the failure of the First Na-
tional bank of Grecnsburg Ind. It
had a capital stock of 3100000 and
July 25 the deposits were 94000.
1 SHE SETTLEMENT IE!
A STORMY MEETING HELD
Miner Determined to Ilule Mill Arbi-
trate I'rovliloil Ihry Aro Certain to
Win A I Aniline Out fnr the till-
f'ent Mate nntl Will Trillin-
hlr Accept Nothing l.cii
Without n C'nntroTrinjr
CoLfMuts Ohio Sept .1 The na-
tloutit executive iMwrd of the United
Mine Workers adjuuriied until to-day
without reaching a conclusion on tho
proposition of tho Plttshurgoporators
ami it is impossible to predict what
Will be done The board had a stormy
sosslon vesterday afternoon nnd thoro
appears to be u very decided difference
of opinion among the mourners as to
the best course to pursue The prop-
osition of tho Pittsburg operators ap-
plies specifically to that district but
Incited all other districts are con-
cerned Tho proposition Is that the
Pittsburg miners shnll return to work
at a Dl cent rate pending arbitration
the conditions of the arbitration
to bo that the mto for mining
shall not bo fixed nt more than HO
fonts a ton nor less than no cents.
Under such conditions the miners
maintain that they would probabtv
not secure through arbitration more
thnn ill cents. Here Is whoro tho
temper of tho Pittsburg miners has
bepn asserted They want 00 cents
and thoro is some doubt whether they
could bo induced to nccopt less with-
out a vigorous protest and a long
drawn out controversy. Tho Ohio
miners want ull they can got natur-
ally but what they insist upon most
is the maintenance of the dtll'eroutlal
of 0 cents In their favor which tltoy
have held so long.
PiriNiiinin Pa. S?pt. 3 Judging
from surface Indications It seoius rea-
sonably certain that President 1'atch-
ford of the United Miuo Workers and
his colleagues In olllco will reject tho
olt'er of the oporators to return to
work at the 04 cent into pending arbi-
tration Great liillr.euco has been
brought to bear upon the strike load-
ers from this district to Induce them
to assume such nu attitude. The sen-
timent apiong the miners hero Is so
Intense for a "00 cents or nothing"
settlement that all the local labor
leaders now In the city have advlsod
Urongly for a continuation of tho
fight along the prosont Hues and to
tho bitter end.
TESTING CIVIL SERVICE. "
J. it WooiU Huperliitcii lent of the Malta
nt I.oulivllle linjnliia Ilia Iteiniiviil.
Washington Sept. 3. John 0.
Woods superintendent of mulls nt
the Louisville Kentucky poslolllco
to-day brought nn Injunction suit
against Postmaster General Gary
mil tho postollko department
atithoiltics to prevent them from
removing him from tho service. The
case probably will be a tost of the
power to remove a government otllclul
embracod within the civil service
rules. Ho wns notified that his ser-
vices would bo dispensed with and re-
fused to resign. The court issued a
temporary restraining order.
Tho last two steamers which sailoil
from Havana for Spain carrlod I0oo
Mrs. William Myors who lived near
Mllun Mo. was stung on tho forehead
by a honey bee and dlod from the
Captain Gonoral Weyler received
from Spain 83000000 In silver to be
used In defraying the expenses of tiie
war In Cuba
In a lit of jealousy and while drink-
ing William Haiistettor a Cincinnati
lion tamer shot lib) wife und then
killed himself. Mrs. Haiistettor Is In
a crltlcul condition at the hospital.
In llostou Governor Lon V. Kteph-
ins of Missouri said that the present
prosperity was only tamporury de-
pending wholly upon eraps and thtit
permanent prosperity uan earn ouly
with free silver.
All the Madrid newspapers pub-
lished strong protects against tho mis-
lion of General Stewart L Woodford
the now Unitud Status minister to
Spuln thus euuslng whleapreatl Irrita-
tion against the Unltod States.
The Rauk of Dtirnnd III. failed to
open Its doors and Charles A. llorton
cashier aud general manager of the
Institution has disappeared ufter hav-
ing forged tho names ) promlnaut
farmers to twenty-seven notes far
The farmers' national eougress at
St. Paul decided to hold the next
meeting at Fort Worth Texaa Reso-
lutions favoring free silver govern-
ment ownership of railroads. Initiative
and referendum and an income tux
were voted down.
The Hritlih government still reo-
lutely adheres to Lord Salisbury's de-
mand for the complete evacuation of
Thossaly by the Turkish troops inde-
pendent of any financial questions.
There Is an epidemic of what is
cal'od summer grippe in New York.
The symptoms are similar to tho
familiar influenza except that pains
in the joints are not an ueeompanl-
mont A severe oold in the head and
sneezing that la utmost iuuessaut aro
the chief charaotorUtles. There is no
Immediate relief the doctors say but
the patient has simply to bear with it
until It Ins run its count
PRESIDENT AT A REUNION.
McKlnlejr Steele With Hie
Iteglmeut nt 1'rerannt O
Piihjioxt Ohio Sept. 1 The re-
union of tho survivors of tho Twonty-
thlrd regiment of Ohio Voluuteers in-
fantry was hold bore to-day and Pres
ident McKitiley who was it member of
this regiment nud other uiblo sur-
vivors were prof en t Thosu.irise saluto
was followed at 10 o'clock by tho
presidential salute and from that
tliuo on the soldiers were enjoying
themselves. Twenty years ago tho
regiment hold It reunion here and
the eornor stone of tho city hall was
laid upon the site of Fort Stevens.
Tho Into President Hayes presided
and President MeKlnley was orator of
the day. The attendance to-day is
greater thnn on that occasion. At
noon there was a grand parade and nt
1 o'clock the exorcises liogBn In Spie-
gel grove which adjoins the Hayes
DEBS AND ANARCHISTS.-
The Men llitnkcil nt ('hleacn Iterlnreil
Mnrtjrrt rierjr Tnlk of IteTiiliitlnn
St. Lot li. Mo. Sept 3 Kngene V
Delis spoke for an hour lust night lo
.100 people assembled nt National hall
undei the auspices of the Social Do-
mocrnov. Ho attacked the newspa-
pers corporations capitalists and tho
whole system of government. He said
In part: "The supremo court of tho
United States is a brooder of revolu-
tion nnd a few more Injunctions wilt
see all of us walking sltio by sldu niul
lighting for tho I'liuso nt humanity.
1 am anxious; I am rondy. 'The time
Is ripe and It Is coining sure."
The spenkor thou prnlsed tho An-
archists who woro hanged at Chicago
and snltl that some day his wlfu might
mourn his loss ns did tho widows of
thot.o four men "They are mnrtyrs
and tho time will como whon the
world will pa Irlbuto to their name
and memories" ho addad.
Delis then launahcd Into an attack
upon capital and enpltiillaUi and as-
serted that It was his purpose lo dis-
possess them of the property inussod
at tho expense of labor.
Ilrglnm Kepiilillasnt Milt Meet.
KiriiMoxn. Va. Sept 3 At n meet-
ing of tho Lamb faction of Virginia
Ropublloans Inst night Colonol Lamb
who was deposed from tho chairman-
ship at the Lynchburg meeting of '.ho
statu committee Issued o cull for n
Ropubllonn stato convention in Lynch-
burg October 5 to nominate a statu
ticket Colonel Lamb says he litis
been requested by Republicans from
all over tho stato to tnko that action.
lennemen Striken Itetiirn.
IvNOWH.l.it Tonn. Sept 3. Tho
mine owners of the Jolltco district
gave notion to the striking inlne-rn that
unless tliov should return to work at
tho scale ofYorod they would have to
vacate tho company's houses. The
strikers In largo numbers hnve re-
turned to work and tho operator ox-
poet to have all tho initios in full ope-
ration within a weak.
I.uelRort Will Tcntlfjr.
Chicaoo Sopt. J. It was definitely
niiiiotiucod to-day that Luetgort the
Ruusuga manufacturer nocuied of wife
murder would lieu witness In his own
defense and toll tho jury about his
actions ou the night of May !. He
said that he would explain what be
was doing in the basomont of his fne-
tory nntl the experiment ho was con-
Silver Mlnera Wage Heiluceil
LitAiivu.i.B Col Sopt 3 Owing to
tho fnll In tho price of silver tho Mil-
hula mine employing about fifty men
announced a rod notion in wages from
S3 to 2. SO. The men accepted tho re
duction. The Muhulu is ono of tho
largest silver producer In the dis-
trict. Orer (1000 llnllnla tt.
Wixfiiemi lown Sept 3. In the
Tenth district Itopublleftii convention
yosterdity Colonel I) J Palmer was
choeoii by noelniimtioii for state sena-
tor ou motion of W. F Kopp. his op-
ponent from Henry county. The end
was readied after 0031 ballot bad
been taken eaeli reatilUny in a. Uo.
I'ranU NovuU IhIki1 In Jnll
Viniox Iowa Sept 3. Frank A.
Novak the alleged Wei ford murderer
brought back from the Klondike was
was turned over to the 1 ten ton coun-
ty officials by Deteetlve Perrin early
till morning. There is no danger of
IMueallnu fur JtUMla.
Sr. Pktisimiiuho Sept J. A special
eoiu mission wilt meet shortly to dls
euss the Introduction of universal and
eompulaoiy iidueunon in Rmeiu.
Knmat CI If Grain and 11ft Muck.
Hard Wheat-No 3 7c; Ne. a. Met Me.
s 83ci relucted eoc
fcofi Wkeat-Ko. 'A 111: Ma 3 0. Me. i
Be (BTc. rejected. Su33c
Sr-rtaic Wbeit-Ks a 83c; Ho S TSJtau
Corn - Ma 3. 37c Ma 1 M'ic Na
i 3-1 c. ne grade. Ift31e White torn -Na
1 98ci Xa 3 37ci Ka 4 2ftc
Osts-Ka 2. I. Ma a 17c Nu t.
18c Ma 3 while. 30V.CI Ma J. lc. Na 4.
Hye-Weak Ka 243c Ka 1.46c Nu 4
Hran-Wealc. 44c In 100-lfc scks.
Hay - Uhetce prlrU la 36 Nu 1
t4.7M2t.00. Na 2. 14 3. Nu IdtfS -
Cbotca llnwrthr. 17 Ml. Na 1 teMkS7
ckvcr mixed. I&&7.
Cattle-Kecelpt I.IW calve. 6'1. ship-
ped. 0737 cattle bi calve. The Market
was geacrally slow but steal y priie ruled
ea beet steer In the native division and
llrong to 10 iitlt blhr va the jurntla
1(02 - Receipt ft.it sBlppad. l.SOl
The market wu from & lo 10c higher The
top sale wa 14 3 iv and lb bulk ut sales
from I4.17H toll il
Sheep -Receipt 1 -4ti shipped MHV
The market was ie iy lo strong
fSaliewtog ar representative ulor
84nat lb 7BS00 I 82 nit IN 73 4 64
lnat lb 80 4 73 ) 9 fdrs tsoaio
4 cull 53 3 00 1 a 100
I a a
makes the food pure
whotttooit and tillcluu
ftflYAi ftAandO Pr1l( C hi VOft
THE DEMOCRATS WON OUT
ilnlin 1. hultltnn Umiiiirrnt Nominated
(or .Supremo liulire I.lkely to lie
lllmeiulnn Atuonc the l'opil-
llits - Agreement llencheit
nl Noon After nn All-
Ll-vcotx Nob. fept 5. As pre-
dicted at tbu start by the party lead
jrs the three parlies Democratic
Poputist and silver Republican joined
hands In fusion The tickot placed in
the field Is.
For supreme Judg John J. Sulli-
van Democrat Columbus.
For state university regents K A on
Foroll of Kearney Populist and
Goorgn F. Konowor of WIsner silver
Many dolegutoft maintain that tho
fusion was iierfoctlv linriuonivs.
while there are others who claim that
there may yet be tllhsoiisloii ou the
silver Republican side as about one
third of tho delegatus went home be-
fore fusion wns olFectod.
For u wlille in the threo conventions
It looked rather preaarlous for har-
mony na the Populists bad n
very warm time a number of the
"mlildlo-oMhe-roud ' delegates tilk
lug In favor of the nomination of a
straight ticket In order to preserve
the organization. Finally it was nn
noiuiBod that the Democrats and il
ver Republicans had agreed upon John
J. Sullivan for supreme judge- an I
signs of fusion Iwgan to appear
Rven then It wan not until Judge
Neville urged the indorsement of Mr
Sullivan that the Populists gave in
At noon the agreement to fuso was
Anally readied aud the rost of the
proceeding were of short duration
MURDER HER TRADE.
llerumn Nuok htiirtllni; Story About
NKW YoIK Sept 3. District Attnr.
nay Oleott made public yostorduy a
reiiiarkubUi statement made by Her-
man Naok. the huslmud of Mrs. Au-
gusta Nnck who. with Martin Thorn
Is charged with the murder of Will
In the statement Naok ears that Ins
wlfu ha been killing Infants for a
number of year.
Nnak states that hi wifo mude a
living through illegal operations in-
volving the murder of children IIo
said that she v. as r so-culleil midwife
but that she never had a diploma.
At ode- tiinu N'ack alates there
were as many us six dead infants pri
served in spirits in bottles in ids room
In their house. He also states that she
murdered from two to three children
Nark also alleges that his wife was
assisted in the details b- a number of
physicians. He also drai in under
taker' names charging all of thrni
both physlciMiis and undertakers with
complicity with ln wne He says they
aided In i in making away with tho
bodies of the children
Irnil to Kill Kneelaud.
wi JonH. Mo Kent i More of
the villainies of the un li bigamist
A I tier t Kneoland have been unearthed
and w nether or not the criminal court
of Ilucliaiiau county con it him his
life Mill iit be a mt i njoyable af
fair An outraged lathe has sworn
lo take matters Into his own. luin.U-
and terribly aveugu Mm shameful
treat un-M of hit daughti r b huec
llt Uu to Andrea lleteue
Toiiiimo Opt Njpt i Aeronaut
Io hti-M ns liai suci'esfully tested
hia new generator for uianufaeturiug
gas for In lialliKjn uml says he will
leave fi the Klondike the latter part
of this month. Stevens alo declaies
hi- 1 1 1 g to Andree s rew ne provided
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Clillllenllia I .lltor Weil.
CHlLI.lCOTHI' la Sepl X J I
Newtand Jr editor .f tiie Chil'icothe
Mall and Mar and M.a Temple
Rroaddus the daughter of Judge I'. J
Ilroaddus were iimrri. t at the brides
residenoe in this 'it at 10 oi'..kl
yMterday morn lug.
TO UUKK A COI.O IN ONK UCl
Take Lasatlvo liromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If it
falls to cure. iSo.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 82, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 4, 1897, newspaper, September 4, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74022/m1/1/: accessed May 16, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.