The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 97, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 13, 1906 Page: 1 of 6
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
The Guthrie . Daily Leader
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY JUNE 18 1900
"WHERE CORN IS FULL OF
KERNALS AND COLO'
NELS FULL OF CORN
BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY
"Old Home Week" Festival
(By Associated Press.)
Louisville Ky. Juno 13. Special
trains from all parts ot tho country aro
bringing homo-comors to the rounloa
and "Old Homo Weok" festival Frem
tho crowds that throng tho Btroeta and
other public places It -would appear
that a good proportion ot tho 600000
Kontucklana who havo emigrated to
other states had accepted tho Invita-
tion of tho LoulHvillo Commercial club
"to coino homo and oo tho folka."
Kansas City St Louie Indianapolis.
Cincinnati and other cities sent hcavi
ly loaded special tialns with bands
and bannera flying. Tho city Is
splendidly adorned for tho occasion.
Tho moat extraordinary enthusiasm
provaila and the musician aro vying
with oach other hi tho production of
"My Old Kentucky Home."
The festivities are to continue
through tho remainder of the weok. To-
day 1r given ever to Tho reception of
the visitors tho formal welcome being
made by Henry Wntterson and tho
Response by David It. Francis a former
govtrnor of Missouri and a native pf
Kentucky. Tho exercises take place
in the new armory which Is handsome-
ly decorated bojh lnsldo and out
Tomorrow will bo "Fostor Day" In
memory or Stephen "Collins Foster the
author of tho immortal song 'My Old
Kentucky Home." Tho events of the
day will Include brass band and vocal
concerts It being planned to mass
several bands to render ''My Old Ken-
tucky Home" and havo a chorus of
sevoral thousand children honor Foa-
ter'H memory. Another ovont of tho
day will be tho unveiling of a statuo
of Foster which later is to bo placed
in the new stato capltol at Frankfort
Friday which has been designated
as 'Daniel Boone Day" will glvo both
Tiost and guest tho opportunity of pay-
ing tribute to tho Kentucky pioneer
revising the state's earliest history
the trials and privations ot its men
and women a hundred years ago and
tho fights led by General Georgo
Itogors dork. In Chorokee park a
statue of Daniel Boone will bo un-
veiled with interesting ceremonies.
Saturday has been set -asldo us
"'Greater Kentucky Day" with barbe
cues and campflres a day when speak
ers can tell how Kentuckians havo as-
sisted In making tho 'fields of other
states more prolific tho bench and
bar of other states moro lcarnti.' their
nrAK9 mttro nmfoun1 . how Knntnek.
ilans have helped disclose the hidden
mineral treasures or otner states; ana
low they have Jantrlbuted to advance
r ment under all conditions.
Sunday will bo given over to tho
spirit Inspired by tho song "Until
Wo Meet Again." All tho pulpit of
tho Louisville churches will bo filled
by ministers ot tho gospel who aro
JFor First Time in Years
the Convention is Not
(By Associated -Press.)
Dulutb. Minn. Juno 13. Tho most
open convention tho Republicans of
Minnesota have hold In years as-
sembled h(c today for tho nomination
ot a stato ticket to be voted on at tho
ifall election. The make-up of tho
Cicket can not be forecasted with tho
slightest degree of certainty. It is a
free-for-all raco with several aspirants
for each place on the ticket including
tho governorship. Jacobsop appears
In the lead for tho gubernatorial nomi-
nation but it Is conceded that sevoral
ballots will bo necessary to a choice
&s many of tho delegations will voto
ror favorito sons on the first roll call.
FLAG DAY TOMORROW.
Program of Speeches Music anil Read-
Ins t Opera House.
Tomorrow Is Flag Day and (ho .citi-
zens of Guthrio aro. preparing to dec-
fto in a raost patriotic wanner their
btiftlnesa buildings nnil residences.
In tho a-Ucrnoon a program of
epcochoa music and readings will bo
given at Brooks theatre"' wo o'clock.
OBJECTS TO TRIAL
BY THE NEWSPAPERS
(Dy Associated Press.)
Kansas City Mo. Juno 13. Tho
caso of tho Burlington railroad charg
ed with granting concessions to tho
packers on export shlpmontB wbb re-
Bomod In tho fedora! court this morn-
ing. Tho government rested its sldo
after oxamlnlng a few railway offjclals
as to. tariffs. Judge O. M. Spencer
counsel for tho Burlington then ad
dressing tho court asked that tho caso
bo taken from tho Jury. Tho nows-
papora had already ho declared tried
tho caso and If tho defendant wero
found guilty it will havo been done
wrongfully. Judge McPherson ad
journed court for luncu without pass-
ing on tho motion. If Spencer Is over-
ruled tho caso probably will go to tho
Jury this afternoon.
WEDDED SEVENTY YEARS
(By Associated Press.)
Berlin Juno 13. An unusual fes-
tivity has JUBt taken place at Potsdam.
Herr Fcrso who boasts tho proud
tltlo of "master c3rpentor to the Im-
perial court" celebrated his "Iron"
woddlng which BtandB In Germany for
tho 70th anniversary of that event
Tho old graybeard who Is a favorito
at court la 93 years of age and his
wife 8C Emporor William mado tho
couplo a present ot two finely decor.
ated vases from tho royal Tjorcclaln
factory. Tho crown prince sent a dia
mond plu and Prlnco Eltel Frederlch
appeared In porson to otter his con
gratulations. Princo Hohcnloho con
fcrred tho order of his houso upon tho
"Iron" bridegroom and tho garrison
commander at Potsdam sont two mag-
nificent oil paintings framed in oak.
So with all these distinctions shower
ed upon them it is safo to assumo that
no prouder or happier couple Uvea In
Potsdam today than Herr and Frau
A BAD EGG
WERE MARRIED AT LAURIE
Plaintiff Tells Trafic Story
Special to Daily Leader.
Albany Ore.. Juno 13.- That her
husband abandoned her In western
Oklahoma with an infant and invalid
mother-in-law to caro for with no
money and food and left hor to bo
thrown in Jail to suffer for his tins
Is tho tragic story In the suit for
dhorco wlrtch has. been Instituted hero
by IlOHsetto Bock against William
The (plaintiff who now rosidos at!
Lobanon Oro. ee she married Bock
nt Laurie Okla. September C 1899.
In May 1902 according to the com-
plaint she tiled ho Induced her to join
v. lth him in a fraudulent mortgage for
$500 on cattle which neither of them
owned Ho then committed other
crimes his wlfo lays which led him
to flee froia Day county. Oklahoma
March 30 1903 two dayu beforo the
birth of her child. Ho loft her in a
thinly settled community her com-
plaint bttes with no money or mcdl-
clno with only enough food for a few
days and with bis invalid mother to
Tho plaintiff says that she was ar-
rested upon a chargo of aiding her
husband to defraud his creditors and
on AuguBt 1. 1902 was thrown Into
Jail at Woodward Okla. She remained
there three days and waB then ac
quitted and released Sho says she
ban not lived with Bock since ho de-
sorted her and asks for a. divwro. She
also requests the court to restore her
maldon nam Rosetta Nowtoa.
FEARED REPETITION OF
TION OF 190
LOSS OF MILLION DOLLARS
For a Time Entire Harbor
Front Was Threatened
(By Associated Press.)
Maltlmore Md. Juno 13. Tho
greatest flro since the conflagration of
19Q4 Involving (properly loss of
million dollars and tho probable 'ossenco in Independence near hero to
ol two lives occurred early this
rooming on tho water front For a
time tho entiro harbor front was
threatened on tho north Bido tho
finmos beln w"i difficulty kept with-
n tho confines of tho wharf ot tho
Merchants & Miners Transportation
company and on tho south sldo a stub
born battle being fought to prevent tho
Wholesale destruction of proporty by
flro which spread Xrom tho Moamship
Essex which with six barges was
burued. Two members of tho crow of
the Essex arc missing and aro believed
to bo burned to death. Other me?
were rescue with difficulty. The
packing houso ot tho Moore & Brady
Co. was damaged and the steamer
Mlnnio Whcclor and tho cotton Bhcd of
the Merchants & Miners Transporta-
tion company wero partially destroyed.
( TO-DAY IN THE
I JUJEr Alt IMISIN A o J
This morning Govornor Frantz la
sued to Ira N. Terrlll a parolo to bo In
effect until January 4 1907 at which
time TorrlU'B sentence for murder ex-
pires. Torrill is not permitted to
leavo tho territory whllo tho parole is
Ten Year Certificates.
At tbo meeting of tho Territorial
Board of Education last ovonlng a ton
year teachers' certificate was granted
to P. M. Sanger and Mrs. Wlnnjo San-
ger of Oklahoma City and J. S. Gif-
ford ot Enid. Four normal school cer-
tificates were renowod.
Cleveland County Asaestment Report.
Tho county clork's report of tho as-
sessed valuation of Cleveland county
for 1906 follows with comparatlvo fig-
ures.of last year: Taxablo personal
property valuation C3C871 last year
1549861; land valuation $979528 last
joar $957557; town and city lota $398-
837 last year $407443. The total of
all property valuations is given aa $1-
01523 against $1914861 last year.
Tho following applications for
notary commissions wero received this
morning at tho office of tho terri-
W. B. Thompson of SbattucK for
John D. Davis; of Praguo for Lin-
William F. Burnotle of Little Robe
for Dewey county.
K. K Gibbons of Perry for Noble
A charter was Uaued this morning
from tho oHIce of tho territorial sec-
rotary to tho Alamo club of Cleveland.
Tho ofllccrB and directors are- W.
O. Newell president; T C. Thomas
treasurer; D. Itatmlre. secretary A.
B. Watts C. C. Breed nnd J. E. Schell
all of Clotelaud.
Governor Frantz this afternoon Is-
sued unconditional pardons to William
S'mlloy and Brail Dixon convicts from
Payno county. Thoy wore sentenced
to bchc two yoarB each for tho murder
of one Edward Winn. They wero
committed to prison July 11 19P5.
Paroled Only to Be Rearrested.
Governor Frantz this afternoon Is-
sued a parolo to Richard Iieardbn of
Oklahoma county who had been sen-
tenced to icrvo six months in the
county Jail for burglary In tho bc-
oud degree. Five months of this tlmo
has already been served. This morn-
ing Officer Lawrence came from In
diana wijh a requisition for the return.
of Itcardon to that state to answer to '
a chargo of pcttjr larceny. Jt also de-
veloped that ho as boon living under
an aasumeu narao wmio jn tho terri-
tory. ' Hist real Wio is 'Newklrk E.
STOPPER TO SHOW
(By Associated Press.)
Washington tJ.-fti Juno 13. Tho
President absolute!- disclaims any
participation or'interferenco in Iown
political affairs ondlsays that Secre-
tary Shaw's visit tDhta homo stato la
made "on his own responsibility." Tho
disclaimer was called out by publish-
ed statement!; that Shaw would rep-
resent tho President- in a speech at
Dayonport tonight In opposition to
WOMAN COMMIT3 SUICiDE.
(By Associated Prusa.1
Kansas City Mo. Juno 13. Mrs.
Georgo Bamforth wife or Colonel
George Bamforth a retired capitalist
killed herself by shodtlng at her real-
day. Ill health was tho cause.
(By Associated Prat)
Washington June 13
'The conference re-
port on the Statehood
bill which will admit
Oklahoma and Indian
Territory to the U
will be accepted by
both houses-of con-
gress this afternoon if
the plans of the lead-
ers go through.
8UPREME COURT ADJOURNS.
Captain B. F. Henler Appointed Clerk
For Another Four Years.
After having boon la session eight
days tho supremo conn adjourned yes-
torday evening to convene again
District Court Terms.
Tho supremo court yesteiday fixed
tbo following terms for district courts:
First District. Lincoln county Mon
day Bopt. 10. Payno county Monday
October 15. Iognn county Monday
Second District. Roger Mtlls coun
ty. Monday Sept. 17. Custor county.
Monday October 1. Cleveland county
Monday October 15. Kingfisher coun-
ty Mondry Novembor 5. Canadian
county Monday Decomtor 3. Greer
county Monday December 3.
Fourth District. Kay county Mon-
day. Sopt 10. Osago Nation Monday
Oct. 15. Noblo county Monday Nov.
26. Pawneo county Monday Oct 22.
Fifth District Blaino county
Thursday Juno 21. Orant county
TuoBday June 20. Grant county Mon-
day Sopt 10. Blaino county Tuesday
act. 2. Washita- county. Tnursday
Nov. J. Garflold county. Tuesday
Sixth District Dowoy county Mon-
day Sopt 17 Day county Monday
Sopt 24. Beaver county Tuesday Oot
9. Woodward county Monday Nov.
5. Woods county Monday Nov. 26.
Seventh District Comanche coun-
ty. Tuesday Sopt. 11. Kiowa county
Tuesday Nov. 6. Caddo county Mon-
day Doc. 3.
Splendid Tribute to Good Man.
By unanimous toto of the supreme
court Certain B. F. Hogler was yes-
terday afternoon unanimously ap-
pointed clork to serve for another four
yearn. This la tho third time Captain
Hcgler has been appointed clerk of tho
court the first appointment being
mado April 16 1898. Ho as reap-
pointed to tho office Jn. 1902. Captain
Hegler Is now jslxty-four years olJ.
ISoVt Itunway -accompanied by hi mn
Itonaid left xgnprOay for New York
City and otkar tvutorn mnricots to pur-
cham tho midsummer and fall stoek of
Koods for the Itamimy Bro. oterea fi
Oklahoma and Kana. Mr IUmaV
mid his pn will aall the latter natt
of the month for Dumferllne. Scotland
and pd three months abroad ftura.
rerilug u jar liamay; bjrihvlftce.
WOODS COUNTY STATES
MAN WAXES WROTII
EMITS SIGHS AND GROANS
Drives President to Consult
Special to Dally Leader.
Washington D. ft Juno 13. Colonol
James P. Gandy walks tho streets of
Washington a picture ot mingled
misery and indignation. By a brilliant
Btroke of politics ho has como into
ipossestlon ot a docomont which pur
ports to bo charges fijod ogatoBt him
At Woodward Okla. In his raco for
register of tho land offlco. Tho docu-
ment Is a lurid Indlctmopt of Gandy
and Is as fragrant as Roosavolt's pack
ing houso report It (jclntlllates with
allegations of wholcfalo bribery of
legislators and country nqwspnpor odi.
tors tho circulating medium iu which
alleged transaction being town lots at
Fort Supply. Tho document which
Gandy takos so sorlously cUpb tho
following six charges:
"1. Ills eyesight Ib bad and would
unfit him for trial of cases In land of-
flco and cloeo scrutiny ot witnesses.
"X. Ho gavo town lots in Supply to
members of tho leglalaturo In 1903 to
secure votes locating tho Insane asy-
lum of tho territory at that place.
"3. Did tho samo with members of
tho Oklahoma legislature In 1905.
"1. Tho petition ho 1ms tiled asking
for his appointment was not signed by
tho parties whoso namoa appear on
It Thoso names wholo sheets of
theiu wero taken bodily from a peti-
tion presented to tho Oklahoma legis-
lature in regard to a herd law bill
ponding beroro that body and attached
to tho presont petition asking for tho
position in tho Woodward fand' offlco.
''5. Ho has deeded sovonty-flvo lotB
In Fort Supply to editors of county pa-
pers In Oklahoma iu return for oJl-
torlals in favor of removing tho Insane
asylum to that place and to create
public sentiment In favor of tho
scheme. All this was done while lio
was a member of the Oklahoma legis
lature. And at tho samo tlmo ho own
ed the town of Supply and was specu
lating on tho removal at public ex-
pense. "C. His application for a poeUSon in
tho Woodward land offU-Q appears to
bo endorsed by the Oklahoma Press
association and many of Uh members.
An Investigation will show that each
editor Blgnlng such an endorsement
received n docd to h. lot at Fort Supply
and that tho official action of tho as-
sociation was tho result of a commer-
cial transaction with n majority of Its
To these sjx charges Gandy solemn-
ly gavo to Tho Leader correspondent
six specific denials interlarded with
powerful comment and punctuated
with sighs and groans to-wlt as fol-
"1. Untrue I used to wear glasses
but now I can recopnlzp with tho
nalted oyo a liar 1.C00 miles away.
'2. Not tnio. I wan not rt momber
of tho 1903 legislature.
"3. Not true. TL' jouords at
Woodward will show tbut not a mem-
ber of tho 1.108 or 1905 torritoriil logls-
iaturos evnr owned a lot at Supply.
"4. Untrue. I havo no ondoraonient
that contains moro than oao or two
name oacunt tho ono from tho Bdl
"5. A terrible slaudar and humilia-
tion reflecting on Oklahoma adltor.
No county paper editor has ovor own-
od a lot In tho town of Snppjy to my
"0. A frful untruth. WV N. Stahl
of tbo State Capital (K-curod tho en-
dorsement of tho Prowi association in
my behalf I uin surprised that
chargos of that ohaincftur can bo mado
agaltikt tno or tho wholo newspaper
fratonilty of Oklahoma by any ono.
These chargos are now on tbo way to
Washington and then I blmll soon boo
who ha mado thorn."
Tho Intorviow with Colonel Gandy
failed to establish whothqr ho wnjj
most Indignant at tho rofl'octjon.pn his
eyesight; nt tho chargo that ho swiped
tho signatures on the hprj Jaw pet!-
wuojo pages or tD8ur or at
tho suggestion that an Oklahoma coun-
tyi naper editor could ha bribmi wih ..
t0Wfl Jot at Fort Suonlv Ho has n.
' . PP . . 0y
ur'U out that f th" a"K04 Chargos
wo truo ho would havo left only 130
town lots at Fort Supply to speculate
iBB uocumeni reads uko a Joko to
ereryoocy except Candy. Ho lramcdl-
itcly consulted Bird MeOulro. Mc-
Oulro jconwilled tho President and tho
President consulted tho. dream bookf
by whlctiho usually tnukoa. his l ap-
polntmbnta. ' Tho answer has not yet
como fronVfho White House.
(By Associated Presa.)
Jackson Ky Juno 13. Former
Sheriff Kd Callohan and Klbcrt Hargts
wero arrested today ox tho chargo or
murdering Dr. B. D. Cox several yeart
ago. They wero Implicated by Curtla
Jett In his confession recently.
TAKING NO CHANCES
AT NEW ORLEANS
(By Associated Pross.)
nw uneans la. juno 13. AB a
precaution against posslblo yollow
fever outbreaks Blxty city blocks aro
no wvmdor InBpoctlon. Sovoral bus-
pectod cacos aro reported.
REACHES ITS MAJORITY
National Editorial Associa
tion Celebrates Its Com-
ing of Age.
(By Associated Press.)
Indianapolis Ind. Juno 13. Tho Na-
tional Editorial association Is cote-
baiting ItB coming of ago with tho
largout gathering In Its history. The
tw ontyiflrst annual convention opened
for uusIuobs thU morntng. Attor
prayer by Bishop Francis tho aasocl
atloa llstoncd to tho annual address of
the president John Dymond of New
Orleans. Several commlttoo roports
were followed by papertf by Avery C
Moore of Wolacr Idaho aud 13. P.
Adlor. o.' Davenport la. Tho latter
spoko Interestingly of tho value of
system and cooporatlon iu the man-
agement of tho newspaper office. No
session was held this afternoon tho
delegates and other visitors b'elng en-
tertained with automobile rides about
UiIh city. J. P. Baumgartucr ot Pasa-
denn Cal. tells tho editors all about
"Newspaper Grit" this ovenlng fol-
lowing which there will bo a summer
night ontcrtalnmout for tho vieltors.
jff6; wt1 iian'
FOR THE CZAR
OPEN MUTINY BREAKS
OUT IN REGIMEN OF
OTHER TROOPS MAY JOIN
Poland Terrorists Continue
(By Associated Prcoa.)
Poltava Sayth Ilussln Juno 13.
Opon mutiny has broken out in tho
I'lotz ri'glniout of Infantry over tho
failure of tho military authorities to
rodeom thetr pledge regarding .ho
amelioration of service conditions.
mado as it roault of Inst fall's revolt.
Tho mutiny threatens to tproud to tho
rest of the vtrrlson Tho police and
the few loyal CnfMiu'ks hero aro utter
ly unable to cope with Ub mulinoqrs.
who aro armed with rifles und nao n
supply of ball cartridges The robels
loft their barraok In o bouy ytrstcrday.
Delogutos from tho f-TosRy regiment of
Infantry and Out -artillery brigada
promised that thejio force will Join In
Wartaw Jo 13 The terrorists of
Poland coiitlnuo to wagu a relentless
war against tbo officials. Last night
the oiajoi of Sledlce life chlof ot the
governor's offlco and the secretary of
tho police board wore attacked. Tho
mayor Is dead of hla wounds the chlof
was Injured mortally and tho secre-
tary was wounded orlouHl)
8t Petorslurg Juno 13 Tho or-
ganization of a now party of the cen-
ter midway between the Octoberlsts
and tho constitutional damoornts was
announced today by M. Yortnoloff
formerly minister Of flgrJoulturo and
now a member of the council ot tho
oinplro. Tho patty which probably
will hnc a clear majority In the
oflunoll. ox-j-ocAs to co operate v lth cq-n
eorvath es Jn tbo lnwr house
SWOULD HAVE WELCPM-
ED INSPECTION LAW
DECCAMS SENATOR LOWE
Would Give Them Markets
of the World.
(By Associated Proea.)
Washington D. ft Juno 13. By a
voto ot C4 to 6 tbo Senate decided to
consider tho bill extending from. 23 to
38 hours tho tlmo that live stock may
bo kept in cars without unloading
Tho passage of tho bill was Advocated
by Senator Warron who said that tra
der lh tonus tho tlmo can only no ex
tended on tho written application of
tho owners ot tho atpek in transit asd
that often unloading is more harmful
to stock than to extend for a tew
houso tho tlmo of their confiaemeat'.
Tho bill was opposed- by Senators
Idgo Scott and Bpooncr who con-
tended that an extension ot tlmo
would work a cruelty.
Mr. Scott cxpresBOd tho opinion that
In vlow ot tho present agitation of tho
frosh meat question It Is not wise to
glvo further occasion for criticism
Senator Batloy advocated tho pas-
sago of the bill saying that it In lm-
poHSlblo to onforcp tho existing law
nnd that tho President had 'directed
that tho law bo Buspcndod during tho
According to the view of Senator
Carter solMntorost would Impel ship-
pers to protect Uiolr stock and ho de-
clared thoy would take proper caro of
them In the absenco of any iaw on tho
Senator Patterson declared It tho
height ot absurdity aa well ae' of
cruelty to unload stock witliln. s few
hourrt ot their destination 1W said
that wild cattle could not bo driven
out ot or Into cars without great In-
humanity. In his remarks. Senator Lodgo ox-iixtiBC-d
the opinion that tho houso
would havo dono woll to legislate on
tho nllcgod packing housoa without
discussion as tho Senato hod dono.
Mr. Lodgo said that tho Chicago pack-
ers wero standing in their own light
In trying to provont legislation. "If
thoy hnd uot been absolutely stupefied
by greed" ha said "thoy would havo
welcomed Inspection that would as-
sist them in reaching tho markets of
Sonator Hopkins declared that tho
Chicago packera wero not obstructing
lcglalutldn "that thoy .will welcomo
any Inspection or anything that will
atop tho hysteria that is sweeping
ovor tho world"
Tho bill was then passed without
Washington D." ft June 13.The
Houso scut to conference the bill pro-
viding for the sub-division oC Hindu
eutorcd undor tho reclamation act
Tho conferees aro Mondoll (Wyo.)
Boeder (Kns.) Smith (Texas)
Washington. D. C. Juno 13. The
conforonco report on Ityo national
quarantine bill was adopted by tho
Sonato and tho bill goes to tho Preel-
dont. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0
O WITH THE 8UFFERER8. O
Will (jrrfrn U Hi with a rerlmniile on
Muter OtNHi YjlU I utrrlnK With a
Mrs. M it u.iw who fen Monday
iMrnlmr am broke licr Jejr in reported
ranting m ut) as oould bo MpeiMdt
hl; U J. NticmiL of I'arth. iubmltted
to an opnuhu at thi city hospital thh
UnomlnK. She i tb mqther of Mr?.
O. A. Dennln of thl city. The QjNjra-
tion a Quito a Kerlous on but It ts
bdleva4 tliat Mr. Nucnt iviu -with-stand
the shovk and fully resaln hjr
hoalth and strength.
Jirtja Youneltftwk'wothr of th phlf of
lit Paw'ntp Indians died thU tnornlns-
at tha oftjr horltal. Tbo1 body was em-
baJnift! aed a to Pawe on the aN
ternwjn jrdn whtir It wjll be interred.
SAISETT 8HIRT AT PETERSEN.
TSfY " tF'
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 97, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 13, 1906, newspaper, June 13, 1906; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76476/m1/1/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.