The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 24, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 20, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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THE GUTHRIE DAILY LEADER.
GET A MAIL BOX!
The Leader Hai the
orr a want
OCE Will Do It-
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY MARCH 20 1000
FIVE CANDIDATES . ARE
LINED UP EOR THE
ROSE WANTS FIFTH TERM
oungster Furnishes Spec-
tacular Feature of Fight
(By Associated Press.
Milwaukee Wis. March 20. Tho
hottest pro-convention campaign Alll-
waukeo haw vor Known concludos
with today's primary election. Five
candidates aro llnoil .up for the mayor-
alty. Mayor Roso and W. O. "Bruco
aro In a struggle for tho Democratic
nomination. Tho contest for tho Re-
publicaa nomination is between Sher-
burn M. BeckOr and W. .1. Flebrantz.
The Social Democratic candidate la
W A. Arnold. Ho has no opponents
for tho nomination having already
bern chosen by a roforondum voto of
It Is tho fifth campaign for Mayor
Rose Four times ho has buon oloctod
mayor This time howovor ho has a
fight on for tho nomination. The in-
llcatl( ns aro that ho will be success-
1 it In winning tho nomination h it his
chances of election aro gonorally be-
lieved to bo losp than over bofore.
Tho spectacular part of tho cam-
palim thus far has boon furnished by
Sheilrurn M. Becker tho young aspir-
ant for tho Republican nomination.
This young man tho grsmdson of S. S.
Morrill whoso gonitis mado tho St.
Paul road and sod. of "Washington
Becker presldont of tho Marino Na-
tional bank has set a now pace for
campaign work in tho Croam .City
.1.3 career to dalo bears a striking
flnalosy to. tho oarly years of Prosl
lent Roosevelt. Llko Roosovolt Mr.
Becker Is a Harvard man and ho also
has had oxnorlonco as a cowboy on j
tho Western pialns. He surprised his
trfonds four years ago by announcing
his intentton to run for supervisor.
Nothing daunted Becker slatted out
determined to be olectod and ho was.
Hi' signallod his term In offico by un-
drilling ( county printing steal and
tlm next !"ir tho county paid about i . t
J.'.ooo for rriniiui; which had formorty
ciust it $35.(i id Tiring of tho county ' " j r
board. Becr d-oded ui run lor aide; HAIR SPACE DISTINCTIONS
man Again bis friends laughed i j
t 1 1 he'v.-.i-. fc-iiccessful. Now thoy1 j .
nto laughing again at his jlsterrafoa' i4 t. ". ' J.:.'fM'
Hon to bo elected mayor. He; may. hot J
bo elected but there appears to bo.an ()jjrf(C aflfl OlliHhW RflKPu
excellent chance of hi reviving lhojV-r U VfUlUUlCMUll&CU
Republican nomination. Ho lias t UfJrt niJ ft..f
waged a campaign thst lias cauaod the j
old-tlmors to ouia wfila tholr oos;
Bcckor'g opponent for Uio nomfi
tlon Flobrnntz Is an alderman with.
considerable strength In. tho north--west
part of tho city. W. G. liruco
who Is contostjing tho Domocratlo
nomination with Mayor Roso is tax
commissioner proprietor of the School
Board Jonrnul and a .close student of
W. A. Arnold tho Social Democratic
standard bearer Ig a printer with a
reputation for hard-headed common
senso. Thoro aro many trablswod on-
lookers today who would not bo sur-
tnsid if Mr. Arnold would bo Milwau-
kee' next mayor.
RAILWAY OFFICIALS MEET
Represent a Total Mileage of
Over 170000 Miles
(By Associated Pres3.1
Chicago. Ill March 20Rallroad
presidents managers superintendents
and engineer from overy important
transportation lino in America began
their annual meeting of the Railway
Engineering and Maintenance of Way
uBgoctation today organized at Bdffalo
Bevcn years ago. The sessions will
continue throe days the place of tnoel-
fnc being the Auditorium hotel. The
purpose of the organisation Is the ad-
vancement of knowledge pertaining to
the scientific and economical location
construction operation and nrttrnton-
unco of stoam roads. The annual re-
port of the secretary shows thaf there
aro represented In tho association
railroads having a total mileage of
over 170000 mllos in the United
States or abou 85 per cent pi tho to-
tal mileage. In' athllUoa bout 28000
milei of iorolgn reads are teprejonted.
FAVORS SEA LEVEL CANAL.
(Dy Associated Press.)
Washington D. C March 20. John
F. Wallace formerly chief onglnoer of
tlid Prtiinmn Canal conimlwlon boforo
tho Senate committed on Intor-Oceari'c
Canals today advocated approximate-
ly a straight oca level canal.
TWO DAYS IN SNOW DRIFT. '
(By Associated Press.)
Blooitilngton 111. March 20i-A Cin-
cinnati Hamilton and Dayton train
with fifteen possonperf ste.l6d n
snow drifts six miles oast of Doonttir
slnco Sunday night has not yet ten
CRUSHED BY SNOW PLOW.
03y Associated Prows.)
Dayton Ohio March 20. -At Cham-
bersburg tdday a snow plow overturn
cd tolling William Humphreys Bert
Hoover QuPtavus Nlohol traction aw-
ployo. MAY BE A WYCLIFFE
Springfield Police Capture
One and Kill Another
Springfield Mo. March 20. Two
men who It Is believed may .bo mem-
bers cf tho Wlckllffe trio of Chorokco
outlaws who havo been chased In tho
Indian Territory just over tho border
from horo for tho past wool; came to
Sprlngfi'old yostorday. One of tho
men surrendered to tho local pollco
alter a deapernt struggle. Tho other
tried to shoot Officer Wllborly nnd
was shot and killed by tho offlcor.
Both men wore desperate charactors.
They .iro not known horo and had only
been In Springfield a short tlmo whon
attacked by tho officers. Tho captur-
ed prisoner refusos to tnlk.
Later the prisoner said his namo
was M. J. Curtis of Council Bluffs
Iowa. He says that Urn dead man's
name lo Thomns Murphy. of Vlnltn
I. T. -
' OF MYSTERY
SENATORS JUGGLE RAIL
ROAD BILL INTO HOME-
Uj ; 15C UIU Vltlv-
Leader Bureau Washington D- C
March 20 vltiii the tyilfat Staios
senator do notJfuU understand oaob
nthir on Uift'aubjiict of Vttay regu-
lation; when tUdlir Own conception of
each other's hair splitting position In
the matter of court review and stand-
ard of rate reasonable lawful fairly
reiimncriUIvo and the Ilka Is haiy
not to say befuddled nnd muddled
how can the laymauwho Is nolthor a
maker nor an interpreter of laws bo
expected to see his way clear through
the constitutional dust storm that has
been blowing In the Senate for a week
or two past?
When the matter came up in the
Hous. the repracantatlvcs made a Hew
fMeUculnr remarks on tho efficiency
or tho futility of tho remedy then they
opened wade their months and aulped
down the dope and wondered lmt tho
Senate 1 going to do about It. Whon
tho madiclne roaohod the Senate tho
raU doctor rotusod to shut tholr
eyeg and swallow tho physio. On tho
contrary thoy analyzed and recon-
structed the remedy each ono on hie
own only true lhaory .with the re-
ault that they havo got not only tho
wliolo country but theroaelvea ap-
parently bopele&aly mystified.
The first troubleaomo adjettivo that
was injected Into the rate bill was the
word "maximum" at which a largo
element la and out of caugreig Billed.
The opponent sak) that was wharo
the lulmlnistratlon completely sur-
rendered to the railroads. They Bald
that the preeoriblng of a maximum
rale onablod tho railroads to'oontinue
tholr discriminations s to localltlo
by the means of rates below tho max!-
ntnra rate. Thoy claim thnt It Invltoa
dlteriniinatlon. Noxt there was heard
tho words "fairly romunorutlvo" atjd
-reasonable' and then -whoa the bill
struck the SonaU there wa a great
.(Continued on pase 4.)
AGAINST PROXY CAM-
PAIGN WAGED BY IN-
COMPLAINT SENT TO ORR
Will Hold New York Life
(By Associated" Press.)
New York March 20. Samuel Un-
termtJyer counsel for the International
policy holders' commlttoo has sorvoJ
notice on President Aloxandor E. Orr
of tho New York Llfo that ho will hold
him and other trustees of tho company
personally responsible for the policy
holders' money that has been spent
recently In tho mnnagomont cam-
paign -for proxies. It Is estimated that-
more than $G0000 has boon spoilt In
Mr. Untormoyor in Ills letter Intl-
matos that It Is the doslro of tho man-
agement to re-oloct tho six trustees at
tho April olection for tho effect which
It will have In tho moro strenuous
campaign that will precodo tho. annunl
election set by tho Armstrong com-
mlttoo. ( TO-DAY IN THE
I DEPARTMENTS J
Charters issued triV morning frtjm
tho offico of tho torrlloiinl socrotnry
Doha Development company prin-
cipal business offico located at Bay-
onne Now Jercoy capital stock $100-
uoo. Tho director are: Iouls K.
Hyde of THusvllle Pa.; Robert D.
BenBon ond William S. Reiiaon ot
Passaic Now Jortey.
Tho Muetang Valley Oil nnd One
company principal business office lo-
cated nt Mustang capital stock frO-
000 The directors are: Fhui): Dal
ton Fred L-- Molir Frank M. Colvillo
i. M. Baindley John Svoboda J. L.
Tipplt B. J. Showery and William
Bbellmr all of Mustang.
Tyrone State batik capital tock
$10000. The director &re: C. B.
Woodo of Uberal. Kq.; W. N. Wright
aud C. It. Wright of Tryone and J. IB.
Oeorge of Liberal Kas.
Norman Stoam Laundry cipltal
stock $3000. The directors am; J.
H. Gontermaa j. B. Duflley an 1. S.
Paeblcw all of Norman.
The Pilgrims Rost Congregational
clmrch of Bridgeport Okla. capital
stock $500. The directors are: A- R.'
Noal ot Hlutou; .C. P. MoWalsn. o
lunger anil F. ISflley. of Lookeuo.
The following applloatlone for 'iio
tnry commlsajons -were roceivod this
morning nt the offlco of tho territorial
J. M. Halglot of Cerlton. for Blaine
T. H. Fain of lawton far Goninn-
J. B. Dudley of Norman for Cleve-
Appointment of Agent.
The Deka Development company uf
New Jersey notified Secretary Fllaon
of the appointment of Alfred Hare of
Tecunveh aa t territorial agent.
. Bonds Reglstered.
Bonds registered this morning at
tbo oiftce of tho territorial auditor
ware: Number One covering district
0.2 Kiowa county in the aura of $206;
Number Oua covering UUtrlot 70
Day county in the num of ?SS0.
New Bank Chartered
The State Uxchbango bank of Cus
ter county was cbariaraU this (naming
by Bank Commlsaloner Paul Coopaf.
Tho capital stock is $10000. O. 11.
Key Is president and John G. Willis
Fruit Not Much Damaged.
Secretary McNabb stated this morn-
ing that he had made oaraful oxamj.
nation of fruit buds In the most e.v
noaed looallttea and from report reJ'i
oeived from looalltiou iu the northern
part of the torrltory he was of the
opinion that the Injury to the blooms
was slight. A report reooived this
morning from Cleveland county stat-
ed that tho Japunojsoplum crop Is
seriously damaged as aro also tho
(The -report liowever also 'attefi that
thoro yot remained on tho tree
enough . buds not opened to make a
good crop should thoy esoapu further J
injury. By the last Of the week Sec-
rotary MftNub'b oxpocta Id havo atif-
tlfinnot data onlloctod to bo nblo to
Knounpo whtt may bo oxpoctod In
tho fruit line provided tho blossoms
oscttpo further Injury.
President Scott Will Lecture.
President A. C. Scott of tho" SU11-
wator Agricultural college announces
that on Friday evening Mnrcl S3 ho
will bo at Cordell and will s) on
tho'subject "School' Consottt Via."
On Saturday afternoon ho will bo at
Dill and addrois tho citizens on the
same subject. That ovonlug he will
speak at Sontlnol. President Scott Is
very muoh Interested- In tho matter of
consolidating tho rural schools and Is
doing everything iu his powor to
erougo Intersil for "tho projoct through-
out tho territory. P;asldent Scott's
plan provides or the establishment of
a largo school near a central location
In two or three districts and calls for
a complete high school course tho
graduates of this school bolng then
proparod to be admitted Into tho frosh-
man dopnrtmont of our colleges and
universities without conditions. Ho
would nrqrlilo a moans of bringing tho
children to tho school ami carrying
them again to their homos whon the
afternoon session had been dismissed.
Negro Convict Pardoned.
Oovornor Prank FVnntz' pardoned
Alloa Brown negro fcervt
years' for btirg.iri4. Part
roconitnonded by ASSoblalo JustlcO
Burvvoll and othorg. BfOWn wns sen-
tenced in December 1900 from Potta-
Meat Inspector a Good Job.
Oovornor Frantz has appointed A.
H. DOnlinm a n.all carrier at Oklaho-
ma City meat inspector. Tho poal-.
tlon will pay probably $200 n. month.
Donham Is a Rough Rldjir.
Place for Ledru Qnthrle.
Tho roport ljj current in local politi-
cal circles that Lodrtt Guthrlo of Ok-
lahoma City Is slnted for ono of tho
positions in tho Woodward land offico.
New Bank Commissioner Here.
II. H. Sniook Uto nowly appointed
bank commissioner tq cced Paul
Cooper Is here u f)tm Nowklrk.
Mr. Smack Is aonferrliig Aith Govar
nor Frants this afternoon but it is
Viidtratood that the occasion of his
visit to th. city is purely personal and
his n political significance whatever.
He will arrange to remove hie family
here in about a week.
Hpoclal tp fally Ijtader
CoviiMrton. Oklau MurcU . Suf-lilowrt-n
cntorftd tbo tore of A. J. Jea-
kln A Soa Iter. Hut ntaat and blew
W thi-tfsertiiBall tk ittoney
jfaid valfwliT'l'i)arHirl soma elotMn
rrom urn more a ntff3jlwi wre atao
taken from tb .potojlfK w)ttei tn in
lh ranr T Uu slvre iKiUdtna. Vn eht
to the robUewttaa Ieen 'dUcswarwl but
Hi.' nllli "!- Hie working oji too rave.
Register for the olty olection.
TO INVESTIGATE CHARG-
ES A GAINS EMBRY AND
BIG PASTURE IN DANGER
Hitchcock and Leupp Urge
president to Veto.
Special to Dally Leader.
Washington D. C. March 80. In-
enactor Huatcd has beer sent to Okla-
homa to investigate charge agajnet
John Wmbry and Caah Ond.
Special to The Dally Leader.
WaehUxlon V. C March SO. The
President will veto the "Big Pasture1
bill uUeaa Coramitsioner Leupp and
Socrotary Hitchcock withdraw their
objections to the bill. Loupp wanU
tho minimum price of tho land put up
to S an aero
GETS DEATH MESSAGE
DURING HEARING ON
WAS ION WITNESS STAND
When Telegram Announced
Demise of Father.
Whllo bolng tried for murder nn.l
on tho wltnees stand Mrs. Ella Loud-
enbach ot forlando this morning to-
colvad tulogram slating thnt hor
father W. J. Brdttaln had dlpd this
morning nt Lossburg Knnsas. Mrs.
Loudonlraqh wns so ovorcomo with
amotion that the examination could
not prosood for somo llmo. riris nf-
tornOon she wns placed on (ho stand
again and Is relating re the Jury as
host slio aau tho story of tho killing.
The death masaago has apparently un-
nerved Mrs. Loudenbuoh for sbo Is
very pale wid It It foared thnt this
added sorrow In the inklst of a trial
her very life Itself depending on Uie
ordlct of the jury will bo moro than
she can hear. Hor two small children
are seated In the court room and atare
at the crowd with big oyes opened
wl.le with wonder not knowing why
the mother Ig detained In the strange
building. The beauty of tb dark eyed
Kttle girl la the subject of much cont-
inent from all who have occasion to
visit the court room The Indictment
agnlpst .Doniw McDnitlBla charged
with forgery as act aside thta morn-
ing on motion of the county attorney.
MAY ISSUE ATTACHMENT
Ilmllcy TircU of Oil Mag-
nate's Flagrant Contempt
of Court Process.
(By Associated Prosa.)
SL Louis Mo March 20.The oil
ouster wit was delayori ly Uie non-
appearance of II. Clay IMerao former
presidot of the Wntera-Pleroe oom-
pany a cortlflogte being presented
stating that he was ill nt Jiomo. At
torney Oejieral Hadley refused to uo-
cept tho certificate ualeas the pbysl
clan appeared and teatlflod under oath
that Pierce wa dangerously III. A
ineaaenger was seat to bring In tho
physician. Inquiry at Pierce's home
showed he was not there. Hadley
threautua to latue an attacmuent for
The points brought out In the testi
mony summed up stand follows:
Tht atotik of Uia RepuDHO Oil com-
IHtty is lield by individuals for tho
Standard OH company.
That Frank Wilson assistant secre
tary to V. G. Rookafeller president of
the Standard Oil company. Is r Re
That the Watem-Flexce Oil company
bouglit till from the Standard Oil re-
fineries. Yliit la payment ot oil bought ly
the Wnwrs-Plarce Oil company from
the Atlantle refinery of Philadelphia
as aUoid Independent concern Uie
checks ilnce ltOi liave been wml to
SO Broadway New York beadquarMra
of lite standard Oil oompnny.
That stock in tlie Waters-Pierce Oil
oompaey la held by AL M. VaiiBcren
nephew of John Arohbold an offlcisl
of the .Standard Oil company.
That Charles M. Adams secretary
of tho watersiPlerae On eoniwwy
vUltod 20 Broadway to U1"Cush the af-
fairs Of the Watora-Plorco oil com
pany vrlth Standard Oil offloora.
In occordanco with tho ruling of
the supromo court officer tho Re-
public Oil company and tho Waters-
Pierce Oil companies lofitiflod and
books and pnporj from both oompoplos'
were produced ns ovldenco.
In order to voto at tho city election
April S you muet register. Call at
dork's offico dly hnll.
FAILED TO MAKE BOND
Hence Mi's. Anna Rugg May
Probably Have to Stay
Sheriff John Omntm carao qver
from HI L -f - tho mornlug Win
Tlth Mra. . vtt i I'tjfc who has been
relndlqto'1 t'i Canadian county
grand Jur .or ibv niunler of her bufl-
hand Orln Rugg. Her afrprts to se-
curo bond for $8000 wuro In aln and
it is probable that Mrs. Rugg will havo
to remnln iu custody until court con-
vonos again In Doeorabor. Mrs. RuS
In kept at the fedoral prison horo ns
the county jail nt El Rono contains no
suitable quarters for womon prison-
ers. It Is charged that Mrs. Rugg ad-
ministered a doso of belladonna to hor
husband from tho effects of which ho
died. It Is said however that ho wai.
addicted to tho uyo of drugs and tho
dofonao will attempt to provo that
donlh wns the result of u Holt-admlnls-terod
overdose of tho stlmulanL San
Joy a Chinaman was hold as an ac-
complice but later was released.
WILL CONTROL GUT1I-
RIE INSTITUTION .
FOR BOTH TERRITORIES
rransacfion Requires Only
The Hospital commission of the
Methodist Episcopal church la meet
ing hu-p today Tho commission wns
appointed by Hit- noneral conference
almost two ye3rs ago to purchase a
ljospltal and nurse's training school
in tho territory to bo owned and
aged by the great Methodist organisa-
tion. The conmiuwlon includes Rev.
V. H. Itoae of tills city; Rev. Marlon
Porter or Jll Rno;ltv. Hill ot Pw-
buia; iW. Q. 'Vitartlii of Tuln
LT.: npiflte'. a B. llnnkfn ot liaw-
tou all of whom ara In .ananltat!on to
day. It wn decided before the noon
adjournment ia accept tho offer made
by the stooklioldem of "the City hos-
pital provided Uie church here can
ralso $7000 to plaoe the property tin-
encumbered Into tlie hands of tho
clmrch. It is then propoaed to -op
propriate autflclent amount to double
the present capacity of the hospital
and oatablfsh a nurse's training school
Iu connection. The hospital as It nf-
stands is equipped merely for surgery
but under the Methodist management
and with the enlarged capacity the
management will ho Me to care for
all cases such as sre usually admitted
to a general boepital. llefore the deal
can be finally closed it will be ueees-
Httry to get a letter of endorsement of
the procee'jlng'4 of the commlahlon
! from each member of the general con
ferenwj U Is thu purpose of tho com-
mission to necue tbeso Midomoim-uta
by April 4. It la thought that the
other minister over the territory will
i be quit willing to concur In lliu ac
tlon of th'J concniislou. In fact it i
already practlrally understood that j
aiitnrle wua uie unanimous cnoico tor
I kn t..u4lnR r.f ilia kriMnlt.l UjllAtl t A
UIO KflTHHlff til HIV iuwiiii..! n...4 mw
project was first dismissed .and n!rtcn
the local tockhoViers buve mud uueh
a generous offer unless unfursecn
complications arise the hospital trans
fer Is now an assured thing. Too much
credit can not he given Rev. Ross for
U is almost aotvly through bin untlr-
lng effort that the location of the hos-
pital wni bo mado here. He has
worked most nerevt rlngly for any
project that could possibly be of bene-
fit to the capital city! and foeU amply
repaid for all of his time ami eSbrt
expended in knowing that every mem-
bur of tite parish and the residents of
tho Uy In general hold for him only
a kindly regard and stand ready and
willing to aW in whatever way they
oan any proposal he may mako that
nlll bo for thu hettertnant of the town
nnd for tho caue of Christianity -
MADE BY MISSOURI
"SOMEBODY MUST YIELD0
Says Barthoidf'Aiid it May
be the House."
(By Associated Press.)
Washington U. C March 20. It
whs agreed that tho Statehood bill bo
taken up In tho House tpmorrow under
a now rule. Forty minutes of debate
will bo divided botweon friends and
-nrvinoiita of tho rule when a voto
will bo lakon on It. ' Tho opoclal rulo
is doolnred to bo Uio only way tho
moasurocan bo taken from tho
Speaker's table. Tho Statehood bill's
friends aro wdrklng hard for itB pas-
sago. SL Louis AIo. March 20.-"Some-body
has got lo yield In tho statehood
fight nnd It may ho tho House" said
Congressman Richard Barfioldt who
arrived In St. Louis from Washington
last night and Is registered at tho
Southorn hotel. Ho will stay hero
only long enough to attend a mooting
ot tho 10th district congressional com-
mitteo on WcdnoBdny to which ho has
"Washington mills grind slowly but
suroly" ho said. "As surely as tho
spring sun will melt tho snow Just so
surely will Iho present disagreement
botwean Houso and Senate result In
sjatchood for Oklahoma and tho In-
dian Torrltory at this session. From
a St. Louis point ot view I should pre-
fer the Houso bill of course bocausc
Arltona nnd Now: Mexico belong ns
much to tho territory tributary to St.
Louis as the great northwest for In-
stance belonjr to Chicago and we nro
deeply interested In such or icily and
peacrft;! conditions there as will has-
ten statehood. But In a liopcle-s fight
the wUcr course jg to yield and If tho
B'na(i refuse to accede thu House
undoubtedly will. Statehood la as
sured to the two territories nearest
us. In my fourteen years of service
at Washington I Uuvo never Kswn tho
Republican party to fall in doing the
rlgjjt thing at tho right time."
(By AasoclaUd Presa 1
Sheboygan Wis March 20. Tho
Reamer Atlanta of the Goodrich lino
w8 burned to the water's dge twclvo
miles south of Ui: port at 11 o'clock
causing a loss of $150000. Mike
Hlckct a deckhand became oxcltod.
Jumped overboard and was drowned.
Tho rest of h crew of sevonty-flvo
men took the four boat and were
saved. Tbe boats wero lowered while
the Dames gwopt about the men. Af
Ut being adrift a short time the men
were picked up by the fish tug
Trcssler of Port Washington and
were on their way to Port Washington
wlwn overtaken by tho Goodrich
steamer Georgia aud brought here.
Capt. McCautey was the last man to
leave the boat not consenting to ga
until he had seen all of his men safely
board together with two passengers.
The boat caught fire In the vicinity
ot the boiler room end at oaoe tho
craft burst in flames fanned by a stiff
wind. No one aboard knows how tho
All that u lefi of the Atlanta is a
smouldering hull on the beach twelve
miles south of here at Amsterdam.
The boat had on board about four
ear Uis of freight taken oa here and
at MsaUowoc. She vas bound for
Tbe Atlantic was lmllt at Cleve-
land twelve years aw at a cost of
$160000. ad was considered tho finest
ot her claw on the lakos.
llav you ytaekaohsT Get a box; of
Kldneyetce the rnos wondartul rem-
edy for allfcldaer trouble aiwl tky wlR
nitvlco you rlsbt. !5c.
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 24, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 20, 1906, newspaper, March 20, 1906; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76410/m1/1/: accessed August 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.