The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 106, Ed. 1, Monday, October 2, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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LDADIW GUTHRUO OKLAHOMA
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Aent Saata Fe.
Dewoy'u rath Strewn
New York Sept. 30. Tho land par
ade today capped the climax. The. olty
slate and nation united In otx vast
demonstration worthy of the hero of
Manila Tho eaith trem
bled beneath tlio Itciul of 50000 man
ami the ulr way torn with tho shouts
of millions The naval parado of yes-
terday wis a magnificent and usporb
spectacle but the wonder of modern
times was tho great long parade.
Thousands of proud men of our land
and sea forces militia of fifteen states
bnd the veterans ot tho civil and Span
ish street to tho Washington arch at
iBh-Amerlcan wars swelled the pro-
cession and gave it the dignity in size
Hint It boasted in sentiment. "Walls of
I eople miles long stretched down the
lino of march on either Bide a dense
69th streetto the Washington arch nt
impregnable mass ntth avenue from
Fourth street whore the parade dis-
banded was solidly packed r.lth spec-
tators who overflowed Into tho build-
ings windows and on to the root lines
sat in embrasures and crowded scato'd-
ing. Alone Broadway where It crossed
the tivenue the sky scrapers Were aa
crowded ot tho top as at tho bottom
and for blocks down the intersecting
stroot tenants hung from tho windows
nud llro osoapes and multitudes of
them on the roofs lying flat on their
stomachs pearlng down. For hours
they waited patiently and pood natw-.
edly for three hours and a halt while
the procession passed. Far down this
Hing lnno tho column m r hed. whltu
the air was gorgeous w'fi the mist f
banners and vibrating with shouts of
welcome and admiration .the clatter
of horses hoofs when ths cavalry sab-
res flashed and plumos waved tho
rumble of ortlllery the snarl of :he
drums tho clear blown bugle onll
and the blare of military bands Sev-
enteen area! bomha rrom te tor of
the "Waldotf-Aatorla heraldril tho ap
proaclt of the reviewing stand in
Madison Square Several companies
of police mounted on flossy well train-
ed horses brought up tho procession
When tbo head of the column appear-
ed the Jo okica of the Olympla march-
Ing rank on rank with nn easy rolling
step and Sousas blue coated band play-
ing only as it can play It was a poor
American whose heart did not beat
higher Those In the stand leaped upon
their seats and everybody greeted the
advancing column with cheers The
tars of tho Olympla were In plain blue
with brown leggings and black car-
tridge boxes loose flannel cap-j flapped
over their eyes and thu.r sword band
made 0. picket of steel over them. Those
caps with tho ribbons snapping Jaunt-
ily over their temples.nnd the blue sleel
sword band. Impressed tho people
mightily Tho sallori wore largo
boned and solemn with faces bronzed
and bodies that seems'l all muscle
tho kind of men one wu'd o nnve
back of him in a flghf. The oromnnd-
er was on foot with shinning sword
blade resting on his right shoulder
wnlklng In front of his men as army of-
ficers do. A squad of sailors dragging
a rapid fire slx-pounder brought up
the rear of the Olympiads battallor
Then camo the hero the .admiral and
tho officers of tho fleet In all the
glory of their gold laced uniforms and
gold rimmed cocked hats. All were
In open barouches and at their head
was the man of the hour. Mayor Van-
Wyck sat beside Admiral Dewey In the
carriage. The front seat was banked
with beautiful floral pieces. Tho peo-
ple did not havo to give a second
glance nt the man whose features havo
been blazened everywhere for weeks
He was recognized on the Instant and
the cheers of huzzahs that had greet-
ed the Olympla's men seemed tame
compared with the shout they raised. It
seemed to fairly life the sky. There is
no conceivable kind ot nulsc thoy did
not make T2verybod waved and
cheered and nearly everybody Jumped
up and down In frantic enthusiasm
Old men were as enthusiastic as boys
and Just about as noisy. Admiral
Dewey during his last few days exper
ience has become somewhat accustom
ed to these vociferous greetings and
he took It all calmly smiling and bow-
ing right and left and occasionally lift-
ing his gold trimmed beaver as ho rode
along. Tho gallant captains Qf the
sliips engaged In the destruction of
SfontcJoa fleet except poor Grldley
who died a month fter the battle
followed and alco got a rousing cheer.
Tim TiiRnn admirals.
The threo admirals llowison Samp
son and Philip as they rode by their
brilliantly accoutred staffs wero eas-
ily recognized and got flattering ap
plause as did many of the popular of-
cers of the North Atlantic squadron.
Tho governors of the several states.
who rode In carriages though
many of them wero popular and
would havo rccelvrd big demonstrat
tlons at any oth.r time ;afsed almost
unnnotlced. Th crowds 'would have
none of them to.' ly They yeartnd on
ly for the brass buttias and gold lace
of military and navaihoros and would
have nothing else. Both Major General
Miles and Major General Mcrrltt got
big ovations. The farmer wor a band
of yellow across his breast And seemed
always to have his cap oft acknowl-
edging the salutations cf the throng
But It was Rear Almtrbl Schley who
divided honors with the central Ugure
of the day. He received a. demonstra-
tion second only to that ot Admiral
Dewey. People along the line of march
fairly rose at him shouting tnel- al-
ready lacerated throats to tbo breaking
point. "Hur ah for the hero of Santia
go" "There is the man tnat smashed
Cervera's fleet" "Hip hip hurrah for
Schley" and kindred cries came from
all parts of the line.
In upper Fifth avenue soma enthusi
astic lady threw him a handful of roses
They landed fairly in the carriage The
admiral leaned forword picked them
pn and lifted them to his lips. In-
Htapitly all the ladles In the balcony
semad piqued with the desire to have
their flowers similarly honored and he
was fairly bombarded. Many of the
flowers fell Into the street on I lo be
caught up by eager spectatra an) car
ried to the carriage. Before he got to
Madison Square Admiral Schley waa
up to his arms In flowers.
The marines and sailors of the North
Atlantjo squadron eight attallons ot
them attracted much attention. The
marines with their brass helmets.
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seamaj-s rool norlandsmen. tad. t
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jt" b KiuKva ma juuov Bft.u.
xne provisioaaj or-gaae ot ue araay
lacicea tee coanaeat T P
which yelapiiri xt siotasl. TMa
pcrahps Is accounted for by the fact
that most of tho United Stales arrm
veterans aro serving this country on
tho other side of the world and those
were preceded by a battalion of the
West Point cadets In their showy uni-
forms of gray white duck trousers
moving like one mnti: S00 lege movtnt;
lllt clock work .every enp and bayonet
In perfect line
itOOSlSVMLT NOT FOnGOrTFN
Governor Roosevelt riding a spirit-
ed black horse at the head of th na-
tional guard of th? state of Nev York
i.id surrounded by brilliantly uniform
ed offlcors received a hearty and con-
tinuous ovation from one end of tho
line to the other.
He was in civilian attire and wore
a silk lint that Is when he nad It on
as he was waving It right and left for
moro htan half the time. ITe waa es-
corted by troop A whose plumes ris-
ing and falling with the moving ot the
horses beautified a block The artil-
lery seemed more real than b In
fantry or cavalry and tho commander
of th? Seventh light artillery grave the
peoplu the exhibition setting his batte-
ry at a gallop and charging down
street the horses plunging and cannon
n-heels rumbling llko rolling thunder
The crowd gave a whirlwind of app-
plause. Tho national guards of all ho
states mado a brilliant showing and
were evidently proud of their appear-
ance and of the reception they receiv-
ed. Before Madison Square was reached
Admiral Dewey and the reviewing par-
ty In carriages passed tho front of the
procession and alighted at the review
ing stand opposite 26th street and took
their places In the boxes hung with
laurel wreaths that had been reserved
for them. There for the first time tho
admiral saw tho great arch of victory
In his honor.
All about Madison Square tl e dec 1
tlons charmed the eye. Flags on wires
ran from the tall tower of the Madison
Square garden and all tho facades as
far as tho eyes could see up and down
Fifth avenue were brilliantly arrayed
with bunting and flags. The natlaonal
streamers Hew from tho cornices and
a thousand box kites floated high In the
blue sky. Here the admiral reviewed
the entire parade. Only one distress-
ing Incident occurred within hla view.
A wlro had been stretched aorop.s the
space between two of tho tsands in the
pa-k. The awful pres eof people broke
it and they jurge'l Into bu avnnuep
those in front powerlesj to resist ths
prs-suro o ftho thousand In the rear
Tho police officers on foot were help-
less Try as thoy wouil they could
not stem the tide which promised to
Impede the entire parade. Suddenly a
half hundred mounted policemen gal-
loped up and having formed a Unit
charged and shoved the pople ImcIc
Many women and children were eatigiii
In the crush. Some shrieked other
fainted and several nfter the panto was
of tho womb with ita frightful pain and
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L CERSTLE A CO. Chattanooga Term
over were carried away In svnbulan.'es
Ton'ght the smoker gl en at the Waldorf-Astoria
to the sailors ot the
Olympla concluded New Yorka wond-
ful reception of Admiral Dewey nn&
PASSING nEVIBWINQ STAND
The mounted police commanded toy
chief Dewey and bending the parade paSj
ed the reviewing stand at 1:15 p in Thoy
wero considerably In advance of the car-
rlagoe containing the admiral nnd distin-
guished visitors 'xhe first squad of police
was In the shape of a flying wedge. At
1 57 the adralra. was In the "tan . Captain
Coghlan and Captain Wildes joined him
a moment later tho crowd cheering like
mad. The flrut thing tho admiral did was
to tako off his hat in acknonleigement
of the crowds greeting Mayor Van
Vyck Immediately took him in tharee
and conducted him to n corner of tho an.
closure where a chef was In watting with
a hamper of sandwiches and some bot
tles of wine. The admiral was greatly
pleased and said to the mayor. "Ah .that
Is good. It was a long pull waan't H7"
rofering to the long ride. He passed the
sandwiches to his officers and to Rear
Admiral Sampson aa If he wero out at a
family-picnic He drank ono small glass
of wine and declined a second. "No no"
-o said. Ho then walked around greet-
ng his captains.
Again Sampson was cheered as he alight
ed from his carriage General Mllos vfis
the next notable- recognized and ho was
General Miles ropeatedly took off bU
cap to the crowd In acknowledgement
Admiral Schley was vary warmly recelv
o at the rovlowlng wand He smiled con.
stantly and bowed to right and left. He
and General Miles both carried boquets
of flowers priented by some enthusiasts
In the line of march.
Richard Croker also was applauded and
General Merrttt was loudlv sheered al
though he wus not reeogni.ed as readily
aa ware tho others. Tna admiral happen
ed to be on the steps ot the reviewing
stand when Mr Croker came up. Ho ex-
tended his hand and greeted Mr Croker
U took a) minutes to get the admiral
and the othr distinguished guest and
the committee from the 43 carriages In
whloh they rode. Another ten mirmtes
were devotod tj (he luncheon and inform-
al talk and then tho aallora from the
uiympia. headed by Bouta and his band
paye? !h? "fl!" "I P trover."
roaron!a Dy mo staM. Next camo the
marines from the Olympla foluWed by
anomer aeiacnment of Olympla Jackl
arawing a quicK nnng one pounder.
ola men sray and grizzled h
cords and none marched
tjlrLjCy l- 1
r .tfM " m
Tho West Point o-vieH. m tholr gry ed him at Jjt) p. m. the l&M roan In llM
nnt white uhlfo-m. m next Their ' went by ot 8:30 hurdly had tho ambn-
mnrchlng wb iu i An their oolora lances which brought up the rear pulled
paamd the admiral mi irered under tho arch when equsdron A gallop-
The regulars came nt tl march en into place for the admiral ready to e-
ed In Oenerftt Merriu tapped an with oort him to his hotel.
th n imlralsml M -mnln1
piKsoil t title the
by some one ovt 1
m ill i tw-auttfdl bun 1
.Kinitrul He reoel.r i
turning about rmo
v m Wy k and re-
1 -"utas ld
1 'i iTnian hiu
n hide to iho
H hi 1 and bow-
-1r guns Tlie
ml his aclmowleusTem"!
There wa. a 'bsttali
lery with MfMttl hug'
mu! of an'lerymen 1
and ehowed to a sIIl!
r ' ' ts Infantry
1 Unntace aa
such. The ilfht Artlllei
rear as reiulurs Then
r light up the
1 lown the
i 1' unced tho
1 The gov-
f tit e was
line a burst of cheer
coming of Governor H
ernor was amended b 1
not In uniform. Follow) n
r 1 A led fcy ths SQUmlr
t Then caal the Ilr 1
Lirookljn ana the It th 1 Lin ont
While the socofKl r- n m ns passing
Admiral SoliUy sneomp nitj by CnptnJn
Coahlan Irtvl J?. Slorton and Dr Dapow
iBft the rtfeWlflg tand nnd proCdU
alon the UHO J Uih avenue hotol.
Admiral SehlfB watched with eater
Interest by tliBTJWd ami 1 mil he pass
ed out of stunt fib Was lou il . chfd. Ha
seemed a great favorite
Thar was an oKUmrto display of klto
flying during the rvvlow t upended Im-
mediately over tho evening and at
a great height WAS an immense American
flag held by flro kite. Anuhor Mne of
kites beta a ftim or pen ianta In the
national color while lv - lines held
tings and streamers of varii m norts The
wind waa jtwt Strong onouch nnd the
sunlight sufficient to brine nn a most
beautiful effect. Admiral lvev noticed
the flaTs anft tjcprsMe h miMf aa well
plenced with tie display V hlle tho th
retrlment o Buffstlo wae pishing Admiral
Dewey complained ot brln tilled and his
was hanled to him.
The 9nd regiment made 1 Mne appean-
ance and several times the ndmtral re
moved his ohapaau as thc passed.
SEVENTH ttBOQIENT ORDBAIj
Everybody waa apeoulatlnc- as to the re-1
ceptlon of the MVanth raiment t tho
reviewing stand. It was more oordtnl
than expected. There waa some hissing
as the regiment passed tt0 tand and
aome dertslng calls but I lio heerlng at
ttiin point waa easily the 1 mlfst
At 69th strem and Fir Hi nnnue tho
sevcn..i waa hlMenJ. iople 1 nth Nethor-
Iftnd Savory anu aza ho 1m i-hsnred
but the hisses rose abov tho cheerlne
Ths tn ambers ot the rei inu-nt looked
neither to tho light nor the rt but
marched stolidly on
Th 71st regiment wa i i Hal i wel-
comed The admiral too iT his hat to
the Kimmaiid as It paase
The nival militia of lie state troops
nad a magnlflcen t display The old
rutrd resplendent In tut- co-it blue
uuei and bear akin shit closed
(h- New York state dtpln
Th- Pennsylvania troo -t recHved a roy.
i' w-lronve when they r ached the vtew-
lnT -tands Soinebody'ln the state stand
proimsed three cheers for Pennsylvania
J-ist ifter the governor ha 1 pnnuod. They
v.ero given wtth a will. The Tennsylvanl-
ane llvel up to their national reputation
os soldiers so far aa their appearance
waa concerned Two companies of oolor-
ed troops among the Quaker soldiers re-
ceived much applause as they passed. The
greatest npplauaa given to any of the mili-
tary organisations was accorded to tho
orack Pennsylvania regiment which got
baok from the Philip- 'nan a abort tlmo
ago Tills regiment marched In the re-
gulation khaki uniform which they wore
durlnfr their sorvtoe before .Mnnlln. Tho
oolora torn to tatters act the crowd wild
Admiral Dewey uncovered to the colors
and nodded his hud sympathetically The
men marcheu oa veterana shout! and
while every nwn In the regiment wanted
to aee Dewey It was not discipline and
the regiment marched as one man
straight ahead "eyes front "
The New Jersey troops followed those
from Pennsylvania and were a inagnl-
Ikent body of men as fine aa any la tho
column. Governor Voorheea did not
march at the head of lue New Jersey
troops With jii atnft he atood In front of
the state stand opposite Admiral cwey
while hla men went by. New Jersey Sind
two naval reserve battalions and one
troop of Cavalry tn uno. Noxt to the
reception to the tenih Pennsylvania was
that to the Georgia troops who marched
bj with state and national color flaying
to the tune ot Dixie Thoy wero loudly
The Connoctleutt troopo wore a ptstur-
esque lot. Several companies wore the
brilliant uniform of colonial days. Thero
were also tyo eompanles a whol.
Just after the Georgia troops began pis-
sing the reviewing stand Admiral Dewey
sat down for tho first time and remain-
ed seated a moment or two.
t'onnoctloutt bad ono of tha largest bod.
tee ot troops In Una. .
Maryland waa wall reproaontod with Its
"dandy fltUi" commanded by Colonel
Frank alarcoe A splendid band at the
head awakened loud applause with Mary-
load my Maryland and Dixie. This stale
had also tha fourth regiment. Colonel
WflUard Howard commanding It was a
close rival to the firth.
South Carolina had a large and varied
Ohio followed with Quvarnor Itushnell
at the head. This state had the fourth
and fifth regiments and some unattached
troops and a gatllng gun battery. Theso
troopa served in the Spanlab-Amerlean
war and recently did riot work In Clove-
land SIX irtJNDRBD vaynoRANS.
On account of the controversy over
tho place to be given to the G. A. It. or-
tion ot the guard would bo like and how
many men would dafy Kays oanaetaoln
Thousands who ware otherwise weary
and would have left tho rlvlewtng stand
and other piaess waited to see. General
O O. Howard jrisseled eld veteran that
ho la. was given a mighty chser when
he rode past ths admiral at the head ot
the column He had all told about COO
veterans ot-the civil war brd about SAO
of these ware grand army men. Borne
wore tha grand army uniforms and cap
but the majority were tn plain civilian
sloths. The rest of tha veterans were
loyal legion men with a sprinkling of
man who fought In the elvli war but do
not belong to any organization
The veterans went wild when thoy saw
Admiral Deaey Instead of ths ttff sa-
lute given by every other command tho
old fallow called for tares sheers for the
admiral and la other ways manifested
Admiral Dewey wes a. most mo cordial
and his bat waa oft hla head all tho time
his old comrade in arms were passing
by. One soldier too luali used wp by
disease to walk was carried by his com-
rades on a little wagon. He was lying at
full lengtn as he passed J& the review-
ing stand btit ha rilseijomselt feebly
ono arm and JUjddn.1 j.nejsvadmiral.
It VBAU Wflttiatf A t
- " t.jy -
rners "rJ'eebt ""ip
v. trl a Jt9t
rT i jib rosw- srfiui--ir-jr st
h. rTt tW - V2r llke I"
&' T &: now;
Tho admiral and Mayor Van Wyck wero
completely tired out . fter tho rrYiew.
The admtmlti arm wan no weary from the
almost constant Mlntn that In bidding
rood In-o to his friends ho sometimes
begsjed leave to shake hands with hla left
ins rsrrtsp w oulekly brought and
"nterlng It In a perfect hurricane of
cheers he waa driven avray. A
aiiwntio sailor who eat on the box with
the cookswaln oarrted a boiuof of orchids
whlch had been preeentel to the admiral
dut'na- tho afternoon
'rnB PO'lco arrangements during the day
ware almost perfect and nt no time did
th 8le do better work than In getting
lne1 orowde oft tho reviewing stands. Tho
crowds overran Madison Square Tark
Jommeil the stroeta all around and made
frantic efforts to get avray Through tho
crosntown streets there hurried a surging
jostling hungry crowd fighting Its way
for any kind of ear or conveyance that
nou'd take It homo.
Yet thn nrnwrts did tint nem tn dimin
ish. Thousands camo to tako tho placss
vaoatod around the arch and the work
of the police only malo It possible for one
crowd to get out and nnother to get In.
Of eouree the newcomers wero not al-
lowed on the stands but they got just as
oloee to them as ths pollca would permit.
Nsw York Sept 90 Fighting Jack of
th Olympla had a night of jov tonight
s a fitting end of Ms day of triumphs.
Itsehlef pleasure wmj n snipper concert
and smoker ervel to him in that order
In the Waldrof -Astoria. IIo waa them
SB0 strong on ahure leave and freo of oil
restrictions With him wero X men from
each of the other ships at anchor In the
river good fellow-j nil and selected on
that account Theso figures Included
about ton per cent of marine permitted
to be present on account of past good fel-
lowship ant on solomn promise to bo goed
In the future.
The tmflora and sea soldiers enme tn
I the "Waldrof atngty and 1 twos threes and
larger groups nnd were at onco ushered
to tho grand ball room on tho second
floor which had ben carpeted for them
and set with tables and icltdel chatrs
A uniform was ticket enough to secure
ndmlsalon As each man ontorod tha ball
room ho was presented with a rubber
stemmed clay pipe bearlu; onJlH head a
high relief of thn great admiral features
and waa also given two olgars a two
ounco paper of plug totviOwj.Ha book of
rlgerette paper a menus card niKi a pro-
gram of the concert.
Oscar Itammerstetn was In ennrgo of
the vaudeville program whleh consisted
of sketches songs d inces etc
fust bfore the curtain roeos Randolph
Ouggenhelmor preeldsnt of tho munlcl
pal council road tho following adtliojs:
"Men of the Olympla and the American
"It gives me great pleasure to nssuro
you that the city of New Tork which I
bora the honor to reprosont here tonight
rocognlses with pride the fctiporb services
lendored to the nation by tho men behind
the guna In enthusiastic reception wo
have Jurt given tho admiral who com
mandeel the a 1ps that annihilated tho
Spanish fleet In Manila bay wo do not
for ono moment Ignore tho fact that fear
leas and woll dlsclplHe American sail
ors wore tho Instrument of Dewey fenlue.
People of the United atates are proud of j
the records of vlotory written In letters
of (tamo and glory on tno pages of Ame- !
rloan history. We do not detract from the 1
name ot our groat admiral when wo ex-
press our conviction thru the triumphs i
o ftho American navy rest upon American I
discipline American funrieesnefn and tho I
American grit of Am- .can sailors. I
Tn 4flM T-AOT.M . t fM ..If. m m M .. m ...... I
to honor the men yho fought In "their
oountrya cause I mo' heartily welcome
you to this -ntertalnment."
Tho speech i.os frequently Interrupted
by cheers and at the cone! union the jack-
las gave three rousing cheers for Mr.
Ouggonhetmer. 'ihey then gav- choers for
Admirals Downy Sampson nnd Howtson.
During the Kpeerh Richard Oroor enter
ed. He received a roualu wek o.
The sailors and marines oueupled nearly
all the tables on tho main floor uli In tho
boxes were soenoa of brilliant oolor. Pret
ty women and flashing jewels side by side
wtth offlcors In gold and lace formed a
Among those tn the boxen wore tho
Dewoy farm oxeeptlng only tho admiral
himself. Governor Voorheea of Now Jer
sey General Charles P. Roo and flvo
captains of Dcweys fleet and Sir Thomas
Tho jacktea enjoyed Iho pr-i"aii immen.
sely. They applauded ea aot vigorously
Their uullght know no bounda when John
W Itansomo appeared n a mako-up.of
'Ton may fire when you aro ready.
GHdluy" wan tho titlo of a song sung by
Mr. Ransome. In tho course of hla turn
Mr Ransome spoke of Admiral flehloy.
Jupst as ho did this the admiral entered
In evening dress. Every sailer an marine
present was on his feet In an Instant
howling like majd in oompllment lo the
hero of Santiago .
In reepoMO to lite greeting Admiral
Schley aroso and said:
"You may woll cieer my boys for It
yas you who did the frisk I'll give fair
warning to anybody who wants to try
conclusions with you that ho wants to
know how to shoot pretty wall. I am
mors than happy to participate In your
smokaty and nothing touches me so aa
the atfeotton of those spliutdid men who
were my companions In the navy."
There was more sheering wUan the sing.
.yt mentioned tho name of Admiral Samp
4ll or part nt tlir time
. nnoi do better than
rite Uk at once No
ex)erleu ni ensary
Hie protltadurlaK next
rltht nartle noon as reaMmible sbllltr
hown to pusliioo payuiK K"4 salary andt
E C. MO BBS Co
6B fifth Ave
hiint Publlskcd In Daily Leader Sell 21
I VNborn It May Oooiern-
llo Is hereby Klvcn that Harvr Mat
i: c wCo have (bUday Bled tbelr (lelltion
u 'ell at rclall spirituous vinous and loalt
II urslodutbrte Ivocaaounty.oklalioua
i i Ibal unUs oblcctton be ttlrrt on m
Im lore t tic "th day ol Octubcr A U Is al4
l.tr.lun will be trained li. P MOKTCJN
Ki It y i.aKJUTT Ix lauy
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Iluu't Trutt uur I'IiiiMm Id .IgeHts-
Illrsct Mlth tbs ArlUts
We sv ill make to any one aaodiaa; us
a photo alifo-l (illlettr crayon or
pastot portittit fm of charge to intro-
duce our sunarUur wors; Kxaet llke-
' nena highly arUstia flnll aud prorapt
'js.urn vi. fii j'eiwtv jjuiiw.wm.
aZ U UK vuur nnuiu ui uvdv.
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ooIbooijB tableU etc.
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rami Journal for live 3 oars
The price is reduced from
homa Leader for one year
?f years for only 60 cents
!f July 10.
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HKST TO ICJ
PABSI MALT EXTRACT
USb ONLY ICE
runt UHT5IAL lUfc hRQM CHEMICALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER
Telephone 62. PAUL JUNDT Manager.
LIST OF PRIZES FOR THE FLOWER PARADE.
Mtrtwpitfilira Opmi In Urtiry ICntry from Outhrle
nH8T l-RIZ-tB.OO IN CASH-OIVBN IIY-
Hamsay Bros IB T rrankllii. Wa KlUUaujrt I'ael Jundt 5
SECOND 8WKKPHTAKFH PRIZK
Ohol i- of any dress pattern In tbc bousr pair of sboca mails to order
bytbe HuslkalK Shoe (iaipan pair black silk hose glvea VyTbe ttasti
Any vebli le drawn by tbr-c oi more horses -handsome fur collarette
gtTcii by The J"alr
Any vehlrie drawn by tandem -Swell Paris hat by the Grand Leader
TWO SEATKI) VEHK I.E DHAWN II y TWO HOHSM.
Klritt prlte Beautiful Jrwcl ( a flen by Cha White
Hecoad prise MaTilaiid ( hln.i Cii-xoUtu pot glren by the IlUrko Hro-
TWO SKATl.lt VZUH l-t liKAWV BY OHA II-)KB.
First prise Elrn nit ilrruM jutteui
Hecoau prize Jaro ulir an I ht.ui
intra prise na
irlse Haiirtkoitie i arvlug
ONK SKATr.l) HIH I.JC
Klrat prlsa Pattern bat giveu by Mn s u inlera
(second Hrlif llandnome chair slim ly U I.. Hbodes.
Third priz - ( haling dull given by tin Spi i er Uardwars Oowpany.
UAKUSOHrl.Y DKOOUATKU HOR9I- UII'lJl.N MOST aUACHI'ULLY
First pi Ur-hleK nit riding Hat given bv Hit Ksw Turk Clothing Oo
Mot tiandkcjmelyder.rated horn ridden by rlrl URdsr aUcteea years
o(ar v'tiiL tMir of ahot h given b Ktscnix iimKnfcweckel
Mit hamlwiiutly d oiated horst or horse ridden or led by gcutle-
maa Flve-Uollar nll puce given by the carnival committee
Mol handsomely -i v.ratiid honu ridden by a boy under sixteen years
of age -Clur riding wliij) given by V i tiellmau
UtOYCXE Uk-PAKTMh VT
Bent dUplay contaiulog two or more win els 410 cash
Bast l toratid sluii iieel ridden by a liJi
First prlir Urauiltiil bat. glvea by Mr J i johnsou
sic oml prlzt Hon.! ftnsstsutUimrv k11'" by F B l.lllWAiOo.
Ilest'letoratid inyie wheel ridden by i m i i
Flrut pilz CyUonuttsr by F IJ lillu m
sVcoud pr ize Itoa of cigars by the y a. i mug Store
Third prtaellox of cigars blleii I i i.
Moat lieautlfully decorated wheel ml.i n i k tl under slxtesji-.
Pin' prte One dosen U-t i-h.iiuMi dpi-. iwearlann
K buttle ul
Most beaatif oily detoratcd wbn I iiMui lj und. klxteosi:
First grlM-Oqe doxiu itaotovraplia by l'.i-t k Co
HscoMprUe Bilv.ir tojicd bl );.- bill I 1 H Koaliu
Uost rnoilral bl-y If i-ntri I' elrl
bvltd VanderiK I
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Most coukal bi
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nNii hi l Y
Moil ailiHtlr novelty by bo)l .egant bulti.f clothes i J M Brutikk
Most artutic uovelty by girl Vlvi dolt r guld-pien
Mont lotuli al aovelty bytmy oluuibi-t air icun by (i-ailtli Arias I'u
Most -ouilial novelty by ki'I '' Mful toilet set in J H Wallace
Mostartiiii Noat entered by - i tub or pi iv it. Individual
First prou -UandaoiiK I iinp Kiten by K Urr Mali h
MeroaO pi tie Oil pun! in aud tr uut- lni bv '.ullirh Cash Stors.
Prize torthcuio t hauiumiii u )e u lium ui t any description
1 row out at Uiwn so n '1 u 1 i u i - f - m auy lowu In Okla-
homa. TbemU'Iss for the tower pat ode must be tn not l.'er than October
JOth that there may be siiCKicnt Umut to arTaage the order of carrlaRes
and. nuaitir s . lo eai h only those cute red and numfcejy'l will be Utl
lile tocomiMite I-" prlsss Kutries way be wdu; to the ioUuwIdk iuemUcrs
of lh eotfiuiUtee Vehicles au J horses 1 "d or rtddea to Mrs i . S Oarde
chVrmau Ui H W BaMmay secretary Mrs rora A Orlnoll treasurer.
NOVoltU-s Mr. O K Fegaa I))cyile S41ss Dorothy Flj q
At prizes will be labeled and pl4cU on exhibition In the wludovr of
t he stores
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 106, Ed. 1, Monday, October 2, 1899, newspaper, October 2, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74652/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.