The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 58, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 8, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL UHUA.N OF OLAKMOMA DEMOCRACV-Or PCI AL 8TATB PAPEH-OPPICB OP PUBLICATION HAJIHISON AVBNUH.
GUTHRIE OICLA.HOMA. TUESDAY KVKN1NG. AUGUST . 18W
limHTllMW 1 aW !! Jl
rrm no-r until Augi't ." IS '9 wp wiii 3cll ah of oar
Ladies' Men's O LJ f p C
Children's low Vi"
At cost to make room far our iinmiMiap fall and Winter stock
Eisonschmidt & Weckel.
Coim eurl befure sizes an- bro -n
James A ilanisU-r S' Nhoih fur M
118 W OKLAHOMA AVE.
t it -It -k .v o i-i -i iiiiiJ.i.
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.. .THIS MONTH
6c paper 5c
7c paper 6c
10c paper 8c
12Jc paper 10c
15c paper 12
20c paper lUc
Note Paper quire.. .3c
Envelopes package. 3c
5c Pencils lc
25c Books 10c
Hammocks at coat
0R LILL.1l. Cx UUi
DRUG BOOK & HEWS DEPOT
J W Mi NT.AL. President
A J. SKAY Vice President
Guthrie National Bank.
Capital $00000 - - - Surplus $10000.
Hoard of Directors JAMES STUATTON.
In addition to officer of bank D. T I-LYNN
J K f'OTTINOHAM.
W. J HORSFALL Cashier.
tf nsney (iu
Mormon Ulshop.' Pills ' wan "" s " Mr ii ic4i i is Mmtoo
Oiutuh " Ul.il LIII roMliirijT .' "S lie rt iur 11 ui4 oJ funs ilntf Ilom BM
of dt puk auwju-i ttctf n iir taKiiif uuraf il( mnrwiuiui m-
H niArtrv. Lnot Dnwnr. Nlivht-LAftftlia. BnArmaiOfinasH IMSUHI
3 nrUacK Bill beslres. 8mj ml amissions Lam. W?Na"0cSr
f blllty Mendncho.Onlllnoia to Marry -pof KTWl 8g"In ?JLlcPiV
f ?ou0."?"v;lfor.nof8VieTlUr'".. & - tlD fW" ffi
Jyeft'fu'll" "Will I-"" l Ti a . c . M l.i i F.!Jfl w ")' 4.lop
vki. .Oi u-ie. u.uu. ac Macre3 uishop llarnidir Co. Bait rraitcloo OaU
ror sale by J. NWALLACE Guthrie. O. T.
A fewtter in Attlebaro Fall Ma. contends that he is heir to a rr ;st unfortunati
inheritance. - M) mother's family" he anerts ' has been trouoleu with lyPfP
for generations and I seem to have inherited it. It began to trouble me very bad last
winter although I have hl 5ck for .ontbs in the tpntw before. ItoIIo our
family doctor and took h medicme all winiH with wo relief. I had noticed the Rlpaai
Tabules ads in the papers being Wttacted by the prculiar trtde-mark and one day in
Providence while suffering from an attack I moJved to try them and accordingly
purchased a box and after taktof one very oem felt relieved. My trouble always
came on two or three hoars after eating in the shape of flatulency with sharp pains in
pit of stomach and bowels and up my s.de. The paio in the side was very acute at
times. At first 1 used to wait until the pain came on before takmffa fabule. but I
found the better way was to take one at meal time. Since beginning to take them I
have gradually noticed an improvement although some days at first when I would eat
cabbage or stuff Me that I would suffer pretty bad but now I can say that I can eat
almost anything without trouble if I only remember to take a Tabule after. I always
have a vial of them In cverv suit. I would nqt be without thew I don t know but
the disease would have killed roe if I ha hot used them as it seemed to get worse
every day and ai my occupation is sedentary I don't know wbit would have beta
tho end. My age is thirty-two.-
tn Lmroiii riri crmT' &U low pricd ort U tBteciud tar lh poor uid tb eoaomlcal. Out dcitg
pjy.SyiiaSTSWii. I m- - utl mtsKW lttnofwui Umilu ar wis
To Capture Garrisons and Burn
Cities by the Professed
Manila August 8 Oon. MaoArthur
has driven out )San Fernando all tho
nativcB who do not own proporty
Most of these are Mucubebus who
profess to l.o friendly. It wus learned
that they are In sympathy with the
Insurgents and were hatching a plot
to tnuritor mo garrison and burn the
city It is reported that this plan will
be firricd on throughout the island.
3 lie A. and 31. CoUeyc
To tho Young Men and Women of
Are you ambitious to secure a col-
lege education? Aro there obstacles
In tho way V You can got a thorough
modern practical higher education at
the Oklahoma Agricultural and Me-
chanical College at Stillwater at the
minimutr o( espouse and with a posfcl
bilityof helping yourself its you go.
Our genoral course in suiunuo and
literature! providos the nust Approved
tralnlug fur a thorough and btoad
education including In the ootlegiate
course alone three yoariMif German or
Ijfittn four ycutbof the Kuglihh lun-
guage anil literature a fit'l eouiple-
ment of the bcieuccsand mathematics
uud of the higher uiUcellaucous and
This is tho general course but we
give to students desiring it a apecial.
thorougn and extensive training in
agriculture horticulture mechanical
engineering chemistry botany biol-
ogy stenography typewriting print
Ing and bookkeeping. We have a dc
partment of music
Theso soverol lines are taught by
trained specialists and by the munifi-
cence of the government we are able
to Illustrate their teaching by 30000
worth of the most approved appliances.
A new library building and chemistry
building arc now In process of erec-
tion. Our library contains 0000 vol'
The agricultural oxperiraont station
connected with and a part of the col-
lege gives a m 'asurc of employment to
i number o( young men during the
year. It is just now publishing bulle-
tins of unusual Interest to the farmers
of Oklahoma which can bo received
free of coBt by any one sending hlB
. Two years' preparatory course for
those needing it. Good board in clubs
about SI 75 per week; in families Si! to
S3 per week. Rooms SI. 50 to S3 per
month. Fall term opens September
11. 1800. Write for catalogue.
A. C. Scott 1'rosident
Frederick htorp aged 70 years dlod
at Oklahoma City lait night. He was
a Kansas pioneer and one of the early
settlers of Oklahoma
Rank Administration ot Cuban
'Ali'airs is Causing
Chicago August 8 A Waehington
speaial to the Record says that Gener-
al Ilrooke's administration In Ouba Is
exciting great orltietam iu official cir-
cles at tho capital. It is rumored that
strong pressure la being brought to
bear uron the authorlea to establish
the civil government in Cuba
A Coloraitn Summtr
Differs from Riimrao'i elsewhere The
altitude of Colorado Is one to three
miles Heat is grateful not enervat-
ing. Sho Rocky mountains of Colorado
aro mngnlilceut To he out of doors
in this ideal region huntinc Ashing
and mountain climbing Is a fine tonic
for the tired. Illustrated book "A
Colorado Summer " free on application
to local agont of tho Santa Pe. Tho
best way to go Is via the .Santa Fe
Itminl rrcMiiM fin llm I'hII I rui lilrli
1'oinmrnr.ii b'itmttr lMtli
At a meeting of the city aehool
board lat night I'reaident Xlerten pre-
sided and Ueorgo Tipton acted as sec-
retary. All the raembent were present
Superintendent Campbell made bis
rrport which wca approved
Treasurer Dronson made his monthly
report' which was approved
It was agreed to beat tht Central
bunding with steam
The fall term will commence Mon-
day September 18th.
Miss Cot a HlnchcllfT was selected as
A motion was made to raise Super-
intendent Campbell'ssnlaty from $1000
to S1.30U per year. It was amended
that he be paid (1000 for ten months
work and ho allowed tho rest of tho
time for Institute work. The amend-
Adjourned to Monday night at 8
Don't Trimt Your l'lioton tu ARrntM
Direct With tlia ArtliU
We will make to any one Bonding us
a photo a life-size oillutte crayon or
pastel portrait free of charge to Intro-
duce our superior work. Kxact llko-
noss highly artistic tluish ami prompt
re'urn of small photo guaranteed.
Sond us your photo at once
2'.n Main st Dallas. Texas.
iriilvrrttty of Ul.laltoma
Tho fall term of the Unlvorlty will
begin Tuesday September 13. In mak-
ing this announcement tho manage!
ment wishes to call tho attention of
the people of tho territory to the work
being done by the university. The
past-year has been successful In the
largest degree; for the coming year
we expect a still larger enrollment and
greater development. Tho Univerlty
is the head of the educational system
of tho territory. While frankly recog-
nizing the work done by the special
schools ncverthelr-s the University
slanus tor something broader and
higher than they can hope to do Re-
lieving that this management has en-
deavored to tnako the University not
unworthy of the University Ideal. In
addition to giving special training in
various lines It stands lor the widor
culture of tho individual ctudent
The work ef the university is clean
ly organized and is developed largoly
upon the departmental plan. It lr.-
cludoa at present four schools aB fol-
lows: College of arts schoofof phar-
macy school ot music and prepartory
school. In uddltion a pre. medical
course for those who expect to study
medicine has been organized. Tho
liberal resources os the Institution aro
taxed to the utmost to develop new
work and to bettor the facilities.
During the past year a new depart
ment of biology bus been organ zed
and equipped with SISOO worth of ap-
paratus The library is being lidded
to rapidly and in ev ry courto tho
amplest means of carrying on roaeareh
work are at hand It is the policy of
the management to spare neither caro
nor expense in endeavoring tc provide
tho student with every advantage pos-
sible. The men in charge of the work
are all highly trained specialists from
tho best universities. In tho faculty
aro graduates of Harvard I'rlnceton
the University of Michigan Vandor-
bllt university Leipzig Qormany etc
To the young men and women who
wish to secure a higcr education we
Bay come to the University. This Is
your school made for you by tho peo-
ple of the territory. Tuition is free
llere In the course cf four years you
will meet a thousand young men and
women who will scatter to all parts of
the territory who . will become the
leaders in public affairs and who will
be lifelong friend) such as only the
associations of college days can make
For a young man who expects to go
Into business or a profession in thi
territory or who hopes to take part in
lbo shaping of affairs of the future
state such friendships are of the very
highest importance. He is n longer
a stranger or alone; but can summon
tobls aid at any time a bust of loyal
The new cataloguo is ready for dis-
tribution. Send to the president for a
copy look throuuh its courses of
Instruction end write to the president
aooutyour pians expenses ol Jiving
In Norman are aa lniv r. In any town
Id the territory while the advantages
we greater. Address ctmniunlcatlono
to Precldent David B. Boyd Norman
MATTOX NOT HERE
Hoport 'IIiul Ho Hub
Hack Not True.
l'onca Oily August 8 The Courier
Bays: "All the metropolitan papers
yesterday containod tho announcement
that Ulydo Mattox was safe in jill at
Newklrk. The Courier took -occasion
to look the matter up yesterday and
found that Mattox was not there and
likely would not bo there until the
latter part of tho week The informa-
tion probably grew out of the fact that
while In fluthrlo Hon Temple. Hous-
ton was wired to come here ut once
and the correspondents jumped at the
conclusion that Mattox was at home.
Mr. Houston was merely called horeto
talk over some legal matters connect-
ed with the cake.
Means Either the Acquittal or
Conviction of Captain
Ramies August 3 -The Dreyfus
court martini oponml this morning be
hind alosod doors for the purpose of
examining the secret dossier. This Is
a collodion sf documents which fill a
large clothes banket and weigh VH
pounds. The aeaelen ended at noon.
A large orowd was awaiting to seo
Droyfua when he camo out of Lvsee.
out me troops e'enred the crowd away
and there was no demonstration.
The prisoner appeared still worried
and uncertain about acquittal
During the seMlon Dreyfus wbr
questioned about the dossier piece by
pleco and protested his Innocence
Tho prosecution relies largely on the
dossier for conviction
It is stated that li-Mieral Morcior
bases his conviction of the trutlt of
Dreyfua on the unpubIiHh"d letter
from a foreign dip'onim. which eon-
tains the full iintm- of hii-vfuo
tix-Uorornor of (3oori;In Passed
Newman Ga. August $. Ex-Qov.
Atkinson died today after an HlntMS
of about ton days. n rervod two
erras as governor of Georgia.
Paper Mill at t'rry
The Bntorprise-Tlmee of Perry an-
nounces that Perry is to have a paper
mill saying: "D D. Poufrh will bo
horo in a day or two and we aro satis'
tied a deal will be closed to secure this
mill for Perry. The mill will manu-
facture seven tons of strawbonrd por
day will have a pav roll of S3S per
day and will pay H5 for straw dis-
tributing at leant 25000 among the
merchants and utilizing a vast amount
of material which formerly has been
burned up. A fow dealt of this kind
and Perry will double hor valuo and
increase her population- Let u all
pull together lor a cotton mill and
sugar boot factory. and everything olso
wo need and enn sustain. When tho
napor mill mauhlnory four carloads
Is shipped In the labol should road :
Panor mill for Perry the best city In
Is closing out its stock of Wallpaper below
cost to make room for n new fall stock. Now
is your chnnce to paper your house.
We have reduced the price of everything in
our store in the way of Drugs Drug Sundries
Paints Oils Hammocks Croqurts Bhnk
Books .Soaps and everything that i
in a first-class drug store.
Come r nd let me make you priis
. C. R. RENFRO
Opposite Postofllce 206 Oklahoma Avenue.
Million Dollars Demanded by
Filipinos for Surrender
Buy n Coupon book anil envo lO
porount on your Laundry; $B.OO
book S4-.SO: $300 book $2.78
POND'S STUAM LAUNDRY
Buy a Coupon book and envo lO
por cont on your Laundry; $s OO
book$V BO; $3.00 book $2.76
POND'S STEAM LAUNDRY
Qerse Masters the castor bean
of Nobis county. It registered at the
l.ooutlni: Mini Huni'JfliiB U Urine ItHplilly
Col. U. O. Uu'S last evenlntr returned
from a trip over the new railroad route
and report that four miles of it has
been loeated and surveyod and that
the work is being pushed ut the rato
of two miles pe- day. As soon as
enough Is surveyed a profile will bo
made for a certain length and grading
wilt caminuuee. It will bo about two
weeks before dirt commences to fly.
We oltor one hundred dollars reward
for any ease of catarrh that cannot bo
cured by (fall's Catarrh Cure
F. J. Chekkv fc Co. Props..
We. the underslgued. have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry oat any obligations made
by their firm Wkst & Tniux
hoiefiale iiruggists. Toledo O.
Wam!s. Kinna.i & Mahvin
Wholesale DruKirUts. Tolrln 'fl
nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter-
nally acUng directly upon the blood
and roueou. surfaces of tho system.
Priee 75o pr bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. TttAtlinonlaU free
Anothtr Lt Itate to Colorado
933 10 for round trip tiekota to Den-
70r Colorado Hprings and Pueblo via
the Santa Fe route on sale August S
0 and 7. Good for stopovers between
Pueblo and Denver- Limited August
SI. The Santa Fe'er Colorado train
leaves uutnrie at s:iu a. tu. dally. Free
chair cars and new sleepers. For oar-
uuiii iii cikc uuu umur mioriiia-
tlon see A. J. Corkins rt the depot.
Xottce to Jtamttrri
I will reseive sealed proposals for
225 loads of siitd up to Tuesdr.jr even-
ing next to be delivered at the site of
the new opera Louse Ai. Wihtb
I'rof. Stwwiiit to ll u l.i'rtlini mi tlm .Mail
Rev. Mr. Morris conducted the devo-
tional exorcises this morning
Miss Doollttle will teach in distrlot
Miss Maud Martin will toaoh in dis-
trict No. 01.
Tho lesson In physios was so inter-
ostlng that the class votwd to continue
It through two periods.
The roll wus called by number this
morning and the numbers went as
high as 67.
Tomorrow morning during the gen-
eral exercise period at 8:10 Professor
Stevens will exhibit a mad atone and
give a lecture on it. People In general
aro invited to be present.
The physiology leaaon on uloohol and
He effects on digestion was very In-
structive. Professor ICuhlman of Orlando is
with us again.
We are sorry to learn that Miss Jen
nie Harris Is tJak today
The A grade arithmetic class had a
very inUu-estlnpr time this morning.
I'roi. uouu gave nlc assistance.
Don't forget to see a copy of the
Teachers' World. Kverr teacher should
take It JG A.
Wanted A girl for general house-
work. Wages good Applv at 413
ItdSt Oklahoma avenue.
Madrid August 8 It Is stated that
Filipinos demand 87000000 for the re-
lease of the Spanish prisoners still In
tdio In tlm KitiiMi PmilUuitliiry ami tho
Ollirr In tlm l.uuiliir tlm I'lilrdiiil
"Those school days woro the hap
piest days of all." It lit a pleasure to
roilect back on them. There woro two
yojng Juyhawkor olnBmatos and sent
mates for throe years. In those kid
(lavs they developed their minds by
editing and publishing the Saturday
Morning Globo at Topeka They ad-
vanced to tile front until thoy were
young men of note Those chums are
now parted forever "Love for a lady"
ctuist-d one to murder his father for
wealth and he is now serving a life
term In the Kansas penitentiary. That
Is John Collins of Topeka. " Disap-
pointed in love" caused tho other to
move Into the land of the fair god.
That In F. L. Shollaburger the Oicla-
iioiiiacorreepoiiilentof tho Kansas Oity
Journhl. Sj.ieli Is life among the young
men of today.
lllyrtmaur f Ormtfir Jfuioui tu (Siluruilu
Aujjnet tltli to 13 IHttt). For the above
occasion we will sell round trip tickets
to Denver Colorado Springs and Pu-
oblo at one faro plus two dollars.
Tickets on salo August 5 0 and 7
with final return limit of August SI.
Continuous pnssogo In each direction
exuopl Htopovors will bo allowed on
going trip after roaehlng first Co'ora-
do common point A. J. Corkins agont
Hunta F route.
Is Rolievod of His Command
Because His Men Refused
innnlla August 9 Captain iti-. j'
tho First Washington regiment ha
been relieved of his command an
fiiaced under arrest because of seem
rig reluctance on the part of Ilia men
to engage in the storming of Calamba
The men the majority of whom aro
sick and unlit for duty Bay thoy had
been given to understand that they
would not bo called upon to do any
.llliiiliit CViirrnllim H. l T. U .lenltfr Oft
For the above occasion wo will scl
round trip tickoU to Portland Tarorua
and Heattle at one regular first ela.a
limited rate; tlokete on sale October
It. 15 and lit 1800. Good to return up
to November ilfl. Stopovers will le
allowed on going and returning trip
at any point west of the Missouri nv. r
within limit of liekeL For further
information call on A. J. Corkins ag
Santa Fe route.
A'f -ilfer 71 ii (l I ; m
Advertising and notices shoul 1
reacli the Leader not later than 1 p
in. If It ut desirable they should appear
on the same day they are handi d n
Patrons and friends will please ma no
a note of this.
.lit .iiiiiiilri irurAi nuiim VMfi-eri.
l'OXDN .1THA.M TutPMtlli
St. Louis and San Kranciseo R R.
The direct through ear route to points
in southwest Missouri southern Kan-
sas Arkansas. Indian Territory and
The most direct route to St. LouU
and the east. Kansas Oity and the
northwest. Double daily vestibnled
trains. Free reclinimr ebair tars: ob
servation and drawing room sleepers;
Hi rvry dining halls. Ask the nearest
ticket agent of the Frisco line for full
particulars or waite fl. F Dim
T P. Jc F. A. Oklahoma City O. T.
IJXY4.H BKTDUH Q. P. A.. St. LoilU.
Ch4r( JHsnto at Atp AitgttH M ISM).
For the colored picnic at Asp August
14 th we will sell round trip ticket
Guthrie to Asp for II. Tickets good
onlv on (his date. Train No. 400 leav-
ing Guthrie at 1:40 to will stop at
Asp to discharge passengers and train
Na- SO leaving Asp at 10. Ot p. iB. will
stop to UUe on passengers. A. J.
Corkins ageut Santa Fe route.
J. 8. Ridgewar. living four miles
east ot Outhrie and who has traveled
over the world says that Oklahoma
cannot be beat for the production of
all kinds of crone without Irrigation.
He has aoouraulatsd more wealth In
ten years' residence In Oklahoma than
in thirty yeara' residence In various
Sir unit 31 m. W. II Merton Invite
Frtaudi to it reuit
Dar Bditor of
iiapponea in a jone. The newspaper
fraternity having invited themselves
to a watermelon feast they are hereby
requested to bring their frlonds and
our friends with them. No invitations
have been Issued. We have been too
busy. Hut there are dray l.wids of mel-
ons on lee Come and have a good
Mm am Mim. W. 11. Mkhtkm.
Hours from 7 to -p. tn.
Vn-r IMoniiln lWiy J'litWa hhW Hf.
turn rtu Sunk Urn limit
Tiekttu on sale August 5 fl and 7
and limited to August SI Good for
stopovers between Pueblo and Denver.
Pullman sleepers free chair cars rook
ballasted track block signal system
and Harvey dining rooms are among
the advantages offered travelers on
the Santa Fe. A. J. Corkins sgent.
th llH44Ur "
That the charms of farce comedy are
as potent as ever is attested by the
continued remarkable success of "The
Hustler " which with Its fnnuy scenes
from real life tuneful music contin-
gent of pretty girls and famous sing-
ers dancers and comedians will be
seen in this city during November.
Local theater goers have a pronounced
penchant for musleal farce and In
"The Hu'.Uer" their tastes will un-
doubtedlj be pratliled to the fullest
extent. The play is a eonirlomerstion
of comedy must and high class spec
laltr work; and It notaeasea an inter
eating compact little story some ski 1-
uuy drawn euaracers and a super-
abundanee of "go."
Anrtual MtrtiHy f CVhumim Qr4e
lltvllav lrr. frj4wtr it -IS
For the above occaaiun we will sell
round trip tiuUeie to Denver at the
rate of one lowest standard first cIsm-
fare pins S3 Tickets an sale sleptem
br 6 7 and 8 good to return up to
September SO. Continuous passage iu
each d' i action except that stop-overt
will be allowed on going trip after
reaching first Colorado common point
A J. Corkuu.
Agent Sunta Fe Route.
fljWHU1-.liiifWr.m M'n r Mmui'iiiiki tint
tlrrtiter .Iiiii-i lm
Is one of tho war books wbloh is likely
to bo In continuous demand. It m n
panoramic record of the. triumphs o'
Vankee Doodle. The eagle Ilapi ln-i
wings on every page and "Old (lliirv
waves around and abovo erery so m-
Prumlnont officers oonnooted with th'"
war arc here portrayed as well a
many of the "men behind the guns
I Military life is pictured to the cyo
1 t wr tn iAfsiil ft 1 1 n i rn a t tvt rsn r ft b mi
the Leader It all BkirmUhUne Nor B the ludlcroon
omitted- The company cook rnf.
the attention u to his Import ar
the innss is shown cavalry scenes U;i
given; the hospital arrangements ar i
depicted; the heroines of the R"l
Cross service are displayed; street
seenes in Havana Santiago and firr'
where are unrolled the new oW i
or subjects (which are they?) of i'n r
Sam appear and disappear as tU
leaves are turned.
In a word the gaser visit the new
localities and sees the tumultuous new
life without the risk or expense of n
The Album M )fxa inches wnf-'
12 ounces printed on tho finest
Mailed to any address In '.he I'n it.
States Canada or Mexico f.r 1- c.o1-
to cover postage and packing. l..j.
may be seen at any ticket ofuce of 1 1
Itlg Four route.
Order at once aa the edition is i
Address Wahkk.n J Lvsch Ocufiat
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Four Route" Cincinnati Ohm
Mark envelope "War Album
Do yoa want
Farm Jmirnal '
i-ainple ropies f tl. .i
Write the Lfa'H r
The Leader's royal old friend Doc
Bannister has the thanks of tho Lead-
er office force for a contribution in the
tbape of a w pound water meton
S...k i -' in u tb'ir'iurbl.' oi. r
a U'-i jjin r t f'i rv ivs son i!
tflri .. o tni j mtyin-oap. w will j
tut 4ttiil inr I'ulri l.llh. ai i
Dry djiui friy wua t ctu riu " ii .
the fa kkia care imk ufMt ut tr .. ..
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 58, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 8, 1899, newspaper, August 8, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74605/m1/1/: accessed February 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.