The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 58, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 8, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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TBrLfiADlSK GUTSKtB OKLAHOMA
Official toper ol OKIanomi Territory.
III! LEADER PRINTING
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IhBRi hi luff 7ed tftul In
F'yuu's ft i li..ni'- n-.plratltiJ-
Mb Ki Kimh
oil Dot. i !! .n
inicr i i
i' !iokrtBK iur the
in r.ualon at bargain
s tbe i ik' lit f all theM ttU one
". . nderi- Ut Artie Daniel did after
hi fc'ot to St Paul.
In other uouls the RepabltOana are
iic i dw 'inrf on free hone topics
hiring tht- In ated terra
I hi K not the fcandstorm period of
tin- sout nM but nevertheless realty
n 'tii tin i' Min the uaovr
liri i-o 1 1 hisv haa gone to Wash-
inton to make arrangement for get-
i uk the flit ham en bill through Con-
Tbf capital L-itj U pressing to the
front as Diver before. Heal estate
prices are n.ivancing ami hon-es for
lit cannot be found
( i M)B Muiiix haa actually been
aptured by the sheriff of Kay county
ufiei all Mnttox is ra'her a wild
iiniiiiiereil mnig nisu
I'KNsm I iin ib in Wa-liington
making a pt'iKuiiul i-piel ill behalf of
Ontcelt. Ihis meaua another large
pub of Ititln r for Mr Heoretary
Mianmiiik one hears i.n more of
Auditor tldpkiiit- Hat the audiioi
I- ally live i dimn his hint or ib he sur-
i . ptit.ouhl (11110111111; a batch of new
ttsnui r.iK aya that what the
lit luoerati.- party needa la u new set
tf brains. A 1 un into the shops for
i urao repairs of that nature wight also
ni J to the general's usefulness.
The attack c I the Tluiea-Journal of
Oklahoma (. itv on the school land lea-
sees of the strip is a poor way totnaki
thunder for Flynn We dure ay the
people of the Strip r ill fondly remein-
1. 1 r the Ti.-vn.
Makmhai U'hompkow "the Rock
J--!aad influence " does not seem to be
. utting a griat deal of ice in this ien
t.uo supervib.r oontebt. Can It be that
the K I. has pushid the prop from
11 11.fr Thiiiisiu '
"No Eye Like the
You arc master of your
health and if you do not
attend to duty the Blame Is
easily located. If your blood
Is oat of order Hood's Sar-
saparilla ivill purify it.
It la the specific remedy for troubles
of the blood kidneys bowels or liver.
Kidneys " My kidneys troubled tne
and on advice took Hood Sarsaparllla
Whlrb nave prompt relief better appetite.
My sleep l refreshing. It cured rar wife
also." MtcHAKi Botli. 3473 Denny Street
Scrofulous Humor- Iwss In terrible
condition from tbe uobing and burning of
scrofulous buraor Grew worse under
treatment of several doctors Took Hood's
Ssrsaparills and Hood 3 Pills Tltese cured
mc truroupUv ' .1 I:rn.x Fulton. If. T
HooS MIU 1 ! Ilrei tilt the n in Irritating and
jjilj" cUittle t UH ultli Hcwxl'i 5tttpvlllt".
A-.nii.MAN of the Ujran county
1 Uiocralif io:niinttee Col Syndei
di-i barged Ihh dutien falthfallr and
well Col smlir it a TVraoerattc
w heel hone un.l believt-b in Demo-
1 1 atio haruionj and unity
fiiK etfoits i.f Joe gunn to oua
l'rof Mnidainfh froui the Kdiuond
normal school were entirely too enor
jfetic MurdaiiKh It seems amlllngly
retains mi place while Quein U nurs-
ing a picturesque g-onp of shooting
As a Itofliilt ot'thu CurolcsHiioss
oi' n Trolley Conductor.
ftrldfefrt. Conn.. Au 7 Nearly forty
person -were killed y an accident on the
Stratford extension of the Shelton Street
Railway company at 4 o'clock this after-
noon when a loaded trolley car went oft
the trestle over Peck's mlllpond at Oro-
noqn about six miles north of Bridge-
port riTi'l iank in the flats forty feet be-
low Th'i for thlrty-elx persona are- known
to l d ad and several more Injured.
Onlv two persons are known to have
It to believed there -were forty-three
passengers on tbe ear but he lml lea tor
wan removed by a conductor of another
car and spirited away ho that at present
it I impossible to state accurately the
The list of the dead end injured Is as
J ieph TTotohkls. Bridgeport engineer
Henry C Cogswell Bridgeport ngsd GO
emp!op of the New York New Haven
Mnrtfinl railroad member of the board
Orl iikI.i H Wlls ae.l 63 homaker.
fl. I.-. 1111:1 1 Klhifi K Bradley and wife
Wll.iim Oaborne Stratford
Puilfl Galvln jneonla.
C'tothuotr John Carrol Bridgeport.
H H ink): flhelton.
Jlli M Dt.naM Bridgeport
B. -..- Tooney aged 23 Bridgeport
V liJi mi If Harvey aged Si Bridget '.
Mr j Rug. Stratford.
Hi" I rank Blew and two children boy
aire 1 1 01. i Kirl aged D Stratford
Y. illlam BtcCullousta StraMord
Mr.s Arthur Holmes Bridgeport
Tli'im-. MoN'ally aged SO Brtdgepitrt
(idmt Meat ln not positive.)
Peter Ring aged 28 IlrldEeport.
Pitrlek AU-Dermott aged SO Bridge-
port Mra Patrick Brennen agel H Bridge-
port Afr-J Pitt .aged 2S. Bridgeport.
Wlllnm Totter aged K. Urldgepor
(iil.'iiiilli ation not poeKlve.)
Iriing Dorouse aged tt nrideeport.
Anions the pertousiy Injured at She
Bri.lu' port hospital are:
Mirg-ant Brennen scarp wound.
M Sldn.y A. HJtt. Bridgeport right
'.eft frji turd twice.
Mintiint Farrel. right leg- amputMed
tbe knee will prebsibly die.
rsje Hamilton scalp wound injury
vesitfAHon of tho trestle nnd its xp-
prAChr todny The struelur flppdrahtly
s nulitnntlnl The utrhiBers on the on-
ide of eneh ra'l art) of red oft . sU by
ten Inches bolted to the tic The alls. '
however; menihre five and one half
Inchcr frein "bnne 10 top thus being orty
one half Inch lewer that the w mden
stringer on jard rail.
Representatives of the jury measured
the distance wh'ch the oar ran after leav-
ing: the Iron as Indleited by murks and
wars on tho ties and found It ti be
At the south end of tho bridge Is an
earthwork approach SO feet In length.
with a three per ont. rrade. The bndso
experts who today accompanied the jury
said that a car running rapWly ova' th s
earth approach would nequlte a springy.
svtarbiK motion beonusn of the einstlc
propetih of the earth If a er traveled
down the appronrb at a hlfr.1 rate of
speed they sa d It would a the time the
trestle was reached be awayln consider-
ably So long as it ramaiil on the earth
-n foundation there wttall b little dan
per of Its leavolng the rafts but when the
bridge was reached the elasticity of the
foundation Immediately would be remov-
ed the bridge being rigid and the ten
dncy would be for the car to spring up
from the raHs
The car which was sunk In ths mud be-
neath the bridge was removed and care-
fully examined The wheel flnna-' were
found to be In perfect condition The
brake and brake rod also were uninjur-
ed. The brakes were set. The oondlt 00 of
the lever ty which the power hi regulated
showed that at tho time the ear left the
bridge the power was turned complete-
George Hamilton tho motormen of the
lll-faled rar. was arraigned In the Strat-
ford just'ee nourt tonight charged with
msnelaughter. He ploaded not guilty and
the case was continued for one wet.
The prisoner's ball wns fixed a! ?.0C0
which he furnished.
Wk are to jwy tha sultan of Sulu
i ' i'lMJ a year but at ha has a large
hi rd of devoted wives who learned the
Kuiu chewing habit from the ml.bion-
nnes long aKc and as iropo-led gum
i.-tsuione in that country the wages
1 not teeiu too big.
I is t'aj.ittu t Hurt to wiggle onto
iiind .1. of all the factions may
1 l uiit w 1 1 1 i.a 1 y KUaon but St .
r. tit. y .I . 0 I tt w of h.
' ' o 1- not lit all batiab'eo
lot 1 apital l.ttt dumped
" igauaticn 111 order
1 Hill G
" a b II
laibuf the terntoiy tire
' ii. mUing They do
1 ' in- led mto any
il II U htalll I.Ut-tv ir (.....
r. .J ..lb
liiey intend to dc lot
ii t imrp
-1 1 UJeS Wl
nty. neither i
u.uuing 01 any aa of men. The Den.-
o. ruey fee'h there la xWury in store
and nothing iP be tolerated looking
to tbe bwllc I .lit of this b ief
iur piiU iiMfsrd. known as the
KiKMrr kI wm begtitten in in
i-iuity and '.r. 10 bin. and which
.vas flually ..r i.ed by Uie Hepubli-
.unMiiiiButi for viiim appear to
liMike thti w y I) m.Craoy habyf Jo-
itigtbiuga. Ilie iheet is htil! under
l't public in inansgi went aril since it
d.eB not rrpribent ven 11 puiitt ben
t.aicut there uppi am to U i(J tangi-
bit reason win une niiuuld tie what
H.e piuk tOui iUi or diblilt.-t
fnibatlunai tbre Wag
1 lot ween Htrr VI jt
a lii-rimn ntrsral
rni.tua encounter. Herr
ui.1 in tbe head. car.
Fought tv Honor
1.1. 1 Al .
fl i.t ie 1
in il' rr Ki . k
1 in Ii .
W ' H j 1 lv J
ering an arte 'J u d cior declared him
incapable of . mim iK tie du jf je
persisted tb it i - fue wu bathed in
Hood UHlrr.'.t. 1.. niatamed a second
wound in thi .. 4j van carried home
in a dangoro 1 .i.unl 1
The dlol ar re ft m Krivkep aceuslng
01 aiways Mewering poittieal at-
Frank Kratl Bridgeport tnjurlea about
hewd and back.
Arthur Holmes. Bridgeport eontuslan
lxut the body left leg oruahed.
Pr.t! Hillercus scalp wound bruited
'loiit the liody
Jdntthrw Olvln scalp wound cut and
tun' fit net' taly.
Th enr of the accident la inklway be-
tween Khelton and Bridgeport. The car
wat north bound running toward Shelton
It was In charge of Conductor John Carr
el! of Bridgeport who was amonrr tha
killed and Sloturman IUmlHan of Brldye-
port who escaped by jumping.
Ttie treatle 4M fet long mado of Iwn
with ntone foundations and was not pro-
tected t guard rails. Soitb of the tres-
tle W i.n lmllne down which the car ran
at a high rate of speed. After it ran orio
the irentle fur about ten feet the trucks
lft ih rail and then the ears continued
on Hi.. tiH for about aoventy-kva feet
when it w.nt off the trestle and dropped
nto tin iixi below overturning cocnplv-
el ti 11 uh 1 ding When the car etruck
tbe four-toa motor and the heavy trucka
crutnea into it. Instantly killing many rf
be p 1 --!i(ri 1 1
a homan haw the disaster.
Thi.e pntclana who were paaseners
-.ii a '.u a thort dlMtafK behind arr ved
'HiickU tin iie aoeno and renoered ail pos-
alble ...--I Ktao.e to the Injured Word was
sent '. Brtdguport and three anbulani
and 1 polltt wagon were hurried to the
en ami the injured were taken to the
Brtdif. t" t Kent-ral hoepitai. A Mtorsrua
was inprM im.mJ n the main room of tbe
town hull at Stratford and In a very
short time twenty-three bodies were is Id
out iimaitinfc itlentlAoatlon.
The at j Ment was witnessed by Mlsa
Hon 11. t Iei k who reddes about too feet
from iiu i.r -age She was up stairs at her
home as the ar was passing and she
aays that i wa runirtner at an unuaually
ratid rai Frank Cramer who was batt-
ing iH-ar ti)P bridge .tales that the pas-
sengrn. were all alnglag and la the mom
loyfui mttod when they paasad hku.
1 J'T .!rllch U rctH1' oontrtdled
hv .. Bridgeport Tractioa Ctbwpany
was . inKl for trafne last Tburaday.
BrUgeport Conn". Aug. 7-Twenty-ntee
person ere killed In the trolley oar ae-
ildent at Oronoaue yterday. Of the dox.
en injured only tnre. are in a serious
undMon ExamKi.ttlon of the treatle
and wrenched car by tbe coroner's Jury
111 "he engineci experts today snowed
"tt tne ntructnre wa perfectly sound.
1 01 in. 1 ha wooden str ngers outside tbe
1 tii nun too ow to serve as guard
ra u that tbe tiangee of the car wheels
were unbrokeu and the brakes set The
erang was turned to shut oc toe current
George Hamilton the motorma. baa been
at rested charged with manslaughter. The
generally axepted theory U that the car
was running rapWJy when It reaehod th
trestle and wag awayirr and tlt wbsn
t came upgn tho raNs of the bridge it
lumped the traek and there was no gutrd
' adequate to Jieep the oar from golnj
AVkf Tim AA.Fkrv.nbM 4iibm U . . ...a t.
Trouble Willi Choctaw ScIiooIb.
South McAlester. I. T. Augs 7. Gover-
nor Groen McCurtaln ot the Choctaw na
tion makes the following comments with
reference to the reported differences b-
tween the Choctaw echoo authorities and
the supervisor appointed by the United
"I notice that It is tated that there is
a breach between tho offlelali of the In-
terior department and tne Choctaw offic-
ials in rngard to schools and that the
Choctaw officials have withdrawn fro-n
any further participation In the school
affairs and refuse to -work saying that
they will neither nsslt nor obstruct the
work but will let the department officials
work out their own salvation.
"I dee're to say that while the facts are
not exactly ns tated the condition Is
about the same as has leen represented.
"Itls not denied that ithe Interior de-
partment haa a right to control our
schools that the right is trlven In the ag-
reement to the department .nor have the
Choctaw authorities at any time ques-
tioned that right so there could hae
been no lHaach in the exercise of x right
by the department officials but in for-
mulating their plana for the government
of our schools the Clioctaw school board
our school laws and customs were entire
ly Ignored by tlie department officials as
tlrougli we had no part in the school af-
fairs of thin notion and this wc consid-
ered utUalr and to say the least disres-
pectful as we are supposed to be tho
beneficiaries of tho new system. I am per-
fectly willing for the Interior departmon:
to have full control of our schools and I
think that I votee the sentiment of the
other members of tho board for I belleie
that the department will make a succits
of tbe school work. But .after being
snubbed as the Choctaw authorities have
been hi this. It would be very unbecom-
InK In them to take up and drudgery
work that might be assigned to" '.hem by
the deiwrtment officials.
"in my op'nlon the school board's diy
of usefulness has passed and It would
now be In order for the board to meet and
adjourn sine die.
"Principal chief of the Choctaw rmMon."
WHEN HE COURTIlb YOU
rid tlfun't comtilitin if roil were a Httlc
despondent or Irritable at ttltiM. Now
lie docs. He's
the same man
He didn't un
now. Then he
thought It was
liked it. Now
he thinks it is caprice
and docin't like it
But now lie's liuay get
If be realized the full truth
he would be more than anx-
ious to have the wife he laves
take the right remedy to restore her to
true womanly health. Mot men don't
know that when a woman is weak ncrv
out irritable and despondent there it
invariably something radically wrong
with the delicate feminine organs with
which her entire phsique U in seniitive
touch. There is one. and lust one t em-
edy tried and proven that will put
imngs ngnt when the
feminine organism 1-
weak. or diseased It is
Dr Pierces Favorite
Prescription It re
stores perfect health to
the weakened organs
and makes them strong
clean and virile It
makes wifehood happy
and motherhood easy -"
It banishes morninc '
sickness and all other discomforts that
precede maternity It makes labor light
short and almost painless. It helps to
make real "new women." An honest
druggist won't urge ujioii you a sub
Mrs. l'.merson Allen of Dort Ontario Co
Ont writes "I can truly y that I think Dr
I'itrce's medicines the best I haeever ued I
was in very poor health for n long time dating
from the birth of my little girl I tried different
doctors and different medicines I dcrtedery
much more benefit from jour medicines than
from any othrr 1 have ever used I took four
bottles of ' I'avorite Prescription ' and three hot
ties of 'Golden Medical IllKoien and I alwajs
keep the ' Pellets' in the house
roving bands of Yaqul Indians at pot.it?
Captain Martin Ross nm old Arizona
prospector. Is a member of one of theie
parties. Ho was one of the first pros-
pectors to enter the Yaqul country after
it was made safe to gold hunters He
says that the Indians are undoubtedly
well prepared for a long and bitter re-
slstetae. He behoves that the major-
ity of the American prospectors will hear
of tho uprising in time to escape If thej
will only heed the first warning that
reaches them Any delay In breaking
camp may mean their death.
Captain lions also says that there are
not so many prospectors alontr tho Yaqul
river as is gonorally supposed
Several thousand wont Into- lh new
country during the last tiro years but
tho majority of them were disappoint. 1
In their search for gold and got out a
quickly ns they could. He estlmaatei
thero are not over fVIO Americans In tho
Speaker Homlorsoii loiioroil.
Providence R 1. Aug. 7 -Men prom
inent in national state and municipal
affairs gathored today at the Pamphal
club overlooking Narragansett bay to
do honor to General David II. Henderson
of Iowa elated for the speakership of
the house who was tho guet of the
Rhode Island delegation In congress. In
addition to tho governor of tho state
and other state officials of note .there
were present :
Senator Depew Senator Galllnger Con
Brest in nn Boutelle Green Naphen Thay.
er Weymouth nKox Roberts and Fit
gerald of Mass; Llttlefleld of Maine;
Russell Sprey Henry and Hill of Conn.
and Sulloway of N. II.
uovore wcro laid for S60 a genuine
Rhode Island calm dinner with all the
extras being served. Congrossmau Cap-
ron of R. I. acted as toastmastcr.
Brief addresses were made by Governor
Dyer General Henderson Senators De
pew Wetmoe and aalllnRor Fitzgerald
Boutelle. Bull of R I . Ruesell und Capt.
McLean. U. S N.
General Henderson. In his remarks allud
ed to the joy of freedom from talking
politics and tils pleasure at meeting so
many of his colleagues on suoh an occa-
sion. The other speeches were of an In-
From theYaqiii Country Where
Chicago Aug. 7. A speolal to the Ilec-
ord front Austin Tex. say.
A dbtpateh was received here tonight
from Cssas Orande state of Chihuahua
Mextoo saj ing that one reglmeiit of Mex-
ican cavasry had just left there and
started on Its way to the upper waters
of the Yauuls river In the state of Sen-
ora. and that it Is tho evident Intontlon
of these treopu to enter the Yaqul Indian
avunury from tbe north umi endeaveor
u drive ihe waring braves out of their
atronglvoWe In the Sabuarlpa mountains
where they are rapidly gathering In large
One body of the rebellious Indians
have fortified themselves In the Baa-
tete mountains between the Yaqul and
Matapo rivers araj an effort hi to be
wade to kep the two forcas of warriors
apart. It hi known however that the
two tkiletoas are In constant oommunl-
eatton by means of courier and It U
feared that the Indians are planning to
draw the Mexican soldier Into an am-
buse&da. Tvo more parties of Amerl&in pros-
pectors have Jut arrived ai ccars
Orrado. They had a r'uh placlt rjlnln
camp at the Junctian of the Paphfochlo
- m -. .. . f ....
ever -jjie eorwiera jury nas net yet eon-i """piio rivers which they aban-
cluded Us investigation. -doned urvon hurlmr tt rw. -
ta Us by fighting duels scant msapable Tbe coroner's jury made a thorough in-lder and torrible. outrages cemm'ttsd by
fnirerjlltf of ItUahoma
The fall term of tho UnlTerlty will
Vianln FT1.. .. .1 .. L3 . .. . 1 4n r t
ut-8u -luvDuuj acummuer i. in matt-
ing this announcement the manngei
ment wishes to call tbe attention of
the people of the territory to the work
being done by the university Tho
past year has been successful in the
largest degree; for the coining year
wo e.peci a sun larger enrollment and
greater development. The Unlverity
is tbe head of the educational system
of the territory. While frankly recog-
nizing tho work done by tho special
BchoolB nevertheless tho University
stands for something broader and
higher than they can hopo to do Be-
lieving tbat this management has en-
deavored to make the University not
unworthy of the University Ideal. In
addition to giving special training In
various lines it stands for tho wider
culture of the individual student.
Tho work ef the university Ib clear.
y organized and is developed largely
upon the departmental plan. It In-
cludes at present four schools as fol-
lows: College of arts Bohool of phar-
macy school of music and prepartory
school. In addition a pre. medical
course for those who expect to study
medicine has been organized. Tho
liberal resources os the institution are
taxed to tho utmost to develop new
work and to better tho facilities.
During the past vear a new denart.
ment of biology has been organ-zed
uuu equippeu Willi 8130U worth of ap-
paratus The library Is bolng added
to rapidly and In every cour&e the
amplest means of carrying on research
work are at hand It Is the policy of
the management to spare neither care
nor expense in endeavoring to provide
the student with every advantago pos-
sible The men in charge of the work
are all highly trained specialists from
the best universities. In tho faculty
are graduates of Harvard Princeton
the University of Michigan Vander-
out university Leipzig Germany etc
To the young men and women who
wish to secure a bluer education we
say come to the University This Is
your school mado for you by the peo-
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Here 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
he lifelong friends such as only the
associations ot college days can make.
For a young man who expects to go
into business or a profession in thl
territory or who hopes to tako part In
Ihe shaping of affairs of the future
state such friendships are of the very
highest Importance. He Ib no longer
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City at 8:20 the following evening.
Through reclining chair cars with-
out change Pullmatc palace sleepers
from VoneU to tt Louis tad Kansas
City. Vou can ecure berths before
Further Information will be cheer
fully given by the nearest agent or
B. F. Dumm T. F. and P. A.
BrBON SSTDgB 0. P. A.
St. Louis Mo.
J)ALE & BIERER
ANPKUSON IHIILDINO OKLAHOMA AVK
J B. FAIRFIELD
TRANSFER AND COAL.
OFFICE AND YARDS:
500 West Harrison Street.
. . . TELEPHONE ?0
Advertisements In this column Sc per line
each Insertion. No advertisement taken for
less man 2a cents.
Take the most popular route
The Frisco Line v'a
or WICHITA to
and all points East
"Money to natent cood Ideas may be sec
urea bv our aid. address THU PATENT KK-
COItO Biltlmore. Md."
WANTED-To trade 160 acre farm In Lin
coin county for Guthrie property.
WANTED 100 rounds of clean cotton racs.
Apply to foreman of tbe Leader press room.
WANTED-1UO Subscribers for the Okla
homa Leaileront vear and tlie Farm Journ
al five years for 80c Sample copies on ap
123 EA8T HARRISON AVtSNUE.
FBBK For boys and girls a beautiful
snl'd gold shell brilliant Ruby or Topaz
Tiffany Setting. Ouarantced lo wear fur
vears FREE for selling SO Mystic Pens for
6c eacb. Send name and address. Will
send Pens when sold Remit ua (I and get
the ring C O. HUNTER 409 Smith street.
WANTED Rrlebt tov to canvass tor tbe
Oklahoma Weekly Leader and Atlanta Con
Slliuiion. uoou J)iv 10 rigui party
The Farm Journal Is the boiled down
hlt-tbe nail-on the-head paper cut to
fit the wide awake farmer and villager.
We give the Farm Journal for tbe bal-
adco of 18(9 and all of 1900 1901 1902
and 1903 nearlv five yean aa a prize
to every one of our subscribers who
will pay a year abeaa (or tbe uwia-
aCtaa Weakly Lctdtr
TARK BROS PAY CASH
every wyek if you sell STARK TREES. Out
tit free. BTAnKNUUSEKV. Louisiana 3lo
First Fubllsbed in Outbrle Dally Leader
July XI !(
To Whom It May Coneern.-
Notice Is brreby given that Jas rcber
ha thi dav nled nls petition to sell at re-
tall spirituous vinous and mail liquors la
Cre ceot.Logsn cpunty.Oklahoma and that
unless oojecuoa ucmcuon or oeioreinefin.
and all points North and West
i'asenger train leaves Oklahoma City
J. 15 a. m. arrives In St. Louis the fof.
ling morning 7. 15 a. m Passenger
train leaves St. Louis at 8. 30 d. m.. ar.
rives in Oklahoma City the following
e-venlntf at 6. 20 p.m. Close connections
are made with the Santa Fe both at
Oklahoma City and Wichita.
Our train service is unsurpassed
Wecairy latest Improved seat and
chair cars also the Luxurious Pnllman
Observation Sleepers. Aro you plun
nlng au outing.
(has a world wide reputation as a won-
ful Health and Pleasure Resort the
) curative properties of whose waters
have no equal on tne American cootl-
1 ner.t. and the trrandeur of the scenern
I burpsssas that of Colorado.
wnen purchasing your tickets see
i' that they read via the Frisco Line
ruriunuer particulars as to rstes
time etc. apply to
F DUNN T.P4PA
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mm A fiNkiFen
TUTS Tfld HIV OIIBrAli3
us. i iu-7UHi wnt rtjuuc
Z. rwii snMf UumUt sad kiawunix
day of August. A.D. lBVJ.sid petition will t JT?V:k.7'.tTMit ? j'f'V. si.sy.
tie jrantea. k. y MORTON I " tAIUSiritriTSMjiSCir
'Outbrle Okla July t lin County CP ' JAfXXDG WFQ OO UiBSte? S" U. 8.
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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/m1/2/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.