The Oklahoma Representative. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 54, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 1894 Page: 3 of 8
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TWO thousand awhtnians
Mil BT BLOODTHIRSTY ZEkl PASHA
bo ■•.Hit ml Ifco i «*d Ufl liNrUJ
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rrrl Pslli A«r«< th KaitUu
I rMiliar « l l laart fallon*
f illrrata«l la lolorforo.
LoKlViN. N v. 2 a —A dispatch to
the Times from Vienna sn.V letter
has l>e 'n received there from Smyrna
reporting that Zeki IVha, a Turkish
marshal, with a detarhment of
nicimk ami a field battery. maaaacr« d
9,000 Armenians at Nassuut. The
l>odies of the dead were left unburied
and their presence has caused an
outbreak of cholera Many Christ-
ians are reported to have tte 1 by
secret paths across the Russian
So far th*re has been no official
confirmation of this news, but if it *
true it is time the powers share in the
responsibility by their failure to en-
force article ftl of the lierlin treaty,
which impose on them the duty of
seeing the porte takes measures to
protect Arm -nians. The latter de-
clare they hope for n >thlng from
Europe, but that they still have con-
fidence in (Sreat Britain Numerous
appeals have been made by the Ar-
menians to the foreign office. The
last appeal received says the Ar-
menians do not wish to see more of ^
their territory annexed by the Rus-
sians. but if tireat Britain is unable
to help them they will >e compelled
to look to Russia under whose yoke
they would be better off than under
the yoke of Turkey.
Strong Vra W>pt Like Malsos-
Chicago, Nov. 2 0. —Men cried like
children at the meeting of the Ar-
menians at Beyer's hall, Milwaukee
and Chicago avenue*, last night when i
the story of the atrocities of the
Turks was retold. The lifttc' era
burst into nobs and buried their - es
in their hands. Nyme were there ho i
may have lost sinters, brothers and
parents in the recent slaughter of
Christians by the Kurds. Pitiful ii|>-
peals were sent up for the Christian
people of the world to take cogni-
zance of the dreadful persecution of
HAD A OLORIOU3 TIME
Cowboy* ( apt ura a Trala la tha Terri-
tory and Hot Vary Drank.
Hedama, Mo., Nov. 20.—The con
ductor on the Wagner slee >er Nevied,
which came in from Galveston on the
Missouri, Kansas and Texas railway
yesterday morning, related su ex-
perience passengers had while pass-
ing through the Indian territory
which none of them will ever foget
The train was boarded at a small
station by about a dosen men who
looked like cowboys. They marched
through the tram intimidating pas-
sengers until finally they came to the
Wagner sleeper. There they de-
manded whisky, but were told that
none was aboard, the porter wishing
to deceive them, as it is against the
Jaw to sell liquor In the territory.
The porter \Vas commanded to open
the buffet, lie refused and the cow-
boys said they would blow it open. Be-
fore they could execute their threat
the porter prevailed upon them totakd
seats-In the smoking room. There
they drank all the whisky in stock,
paying $10 for it They'were now
Hilariously drunk and looking for
trouble. Pulling their pistols they
declared their intention of shooting-
out all the light*. Women screamed
and the male passengers gre w ner-
vous. The cowboys were persuaded
to put up their guns, and they got off
at the next station with their costly
Aaothrr Appeal for Soldlora.
Mihkookk, Ind. Ter., Nov. 20.—In
response to a petition of numerous
citizens of the placo United States
Attorney Jackson will wire Attorney
General Olney requesting him to have
the war department station a troop
of cavalry In Muscogee. The at tor
ney general has indicated that if
aoldiera are not distasteful to the
citizens here they will be furnished.
Broefclnrldg* ta lector*.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 20.—C. I).
Hess, in an interview, said that the
report that he had contracted with
CoL W. C P. Bteckinridge for a lecture
tour was true and that the colonel
would begin al Oi.ce. His first sub-
ject will be "Ten Years Among the
< horohM Hill !>.,/ I f.
Mi'SKoOKK. Ind. Ter,, Nov. 20.—
Deputy Marshal McOIll and posse
had a fight Saturday with three of
the Cook gang (hie marshal was
wounded, Cherokee Hill fatally shot,
and the other two of the gang ar-
rested. Cherokee Bill Is one of the
leaders of the gang.
4'osfmsra of tha HImcUIIIa lM|M>
WASH!NOTO!f, Nov. 20. —The execu-
tive committee of the American bi-
metallic league has called a confer-
ence at 8t Louie for November 5 7, at
which the preaent sitnation will be
fully discussed and the policy to be
hereafter puraned by the friends of
free coinage of silver be decided upon
Malt* Will L*et«ro.
Dk*ykr. CoL, Not, 2 0.--<Jovernor
Walte has decided to go upon the lec-
ture platform. II? will make a short
tour in the West before his term em-
pires, delivering his first lecture in 8t
Loula November 19 and 20, going from
there to (Chicago. After his term em-
pires he will lecture In the Rest
Ha rani ay a r ta Bay Alls
Nil You, Nov. tO.—H. O Have
mever has practically made arrange
■Mats to buy Alia, the trotting qosea
The price Is be paid la 990.000
Waaaiuotoii. Nov 10. Senator
Bailer, chairman of the joint commit-
tee of the two houses on the person
mI of the navy, is making an effort to
get the committee together for the
pnrpoar of preparing a bill to be pre
seated at the beginning of the next
aeanion to. if possible, solve the prob-
lem of navy reorganisation.
During tl-e last session Secretary
Herbert sub nitted his ideas to the
committee a id also embodied them
la a bill, but the committee does not
appear to have been pleased with all
the features of the bill and conse
quently failed to report it to the full
committee or to either house. Repre-
sentative Me - er, who is a member of
the joiat c inmlttee, is also the
enthor of a b.ll of somewhat com pre
hensive terms, but it does not appear
to receive the approval of the major
ity of the meraliers.
The committee now seems to lean
toward a bill introduced by licpre
sentative Catchings. tiie distinctive
feature of which is the creation of
a re erve list This provides for au
active list of sixteen reor admirals,
sixty captains, 100 commanders, .0
lieutenants, seventv-five lieutenants
of the junior grade and a sufficient
number of ensign*. It abolishes the
rank of commodore. The provision re-
garding the proposed reserve list
renders the change to it in a
manner voluntary but at the same
time holds out so many inducements
and provides for bringing such pres-
sure to bear that it is lielicved by the
friends of the measure that it would
prove effective in reducing the force
to reason ab'e dimensions. It is stated
as going to show the evils of permit-
ting the present system to remain in
effect that the time will soon couse
under it wh« re there will be 100 rear
admirals at < nee.
meoiattion over CHINA
10 REPLT TO URCLE SllS OFFER
111* larldaat t onsldarnd Closed for tha
I'raaant by tha %% asblngtoa OM< lals
•lapaa Said to Nava Mad* Mar
l*n«ttlO'« Clear to this IJnearn-
meal la a Vary Diplomatic
decrease in railway rates.
la ai* Yeirs tha Redaction K*card« tha
IHvldand I aymsnts of All Mood*.
Washington, Nov. 20 — During the
six years covered by
the burean of statistics, of the inter-
state commerce commission, the av-
erage rate per ten mile charged for
transportation of freight declined
from 1.001 cents to .878 cent, and that
per passenger per mile from 2 349 to
2.10H cents. Inconsiderable as these
reductions appear when stated in this
form, they represent a saving
to the public, upon 9he traffic
carried during the year ending J una
30. 1893, of *115,113 on freight,
and 914,292,134 on pa? jer transpor-
tation, a total of 914 if ,51l in one
year, an amount^excc by nearly
930.000.000 the total all dividends
paid on railway sto< ., and equal to
seventy-three per cent of the entire
customs revenue of the United States
government during that year. It
fih< rmeinbered that these re-
d were effected within a com-
p ely short period, and one dur-
ing which sixty per cent of all
railway stock capital received no
a telephone war.
Tho Harrison (onpmy Preparing to
tight tha Hall monopoly Hotly.
Chicago, Nov. 20.—A meeting of
the directors of the Harrison Inter-
national Telephone company was
held at the company's Chicago offices
to-day. The meeting was attended
by a full board of dircctore and many
The object was the la\ ing out of a
more aggressive campaign in the
West against the Bell company, and
the securing of a strong foothold in
Chicago and other Western cities.
Ex-Secretary Stephen B. Klkinv
Patrick Kgan of New York, R. C.
Kerens of SL Louis, J. R. McL an of
Cincinnati and I.I. M. Holden of Kan-
sas City were among those in at-
1 ha Hnnker l.lttla Jury.
Oi.tTflK, Kan., Nov. 20.—The fol-
lowing jury was empaneled for the
trial of Banker A. W. Little of Kan
aas City, Kan., In the district court of
this county: J. 8. Starbuck, Spring
hill township; T. Schemerhorn. .las-
ncr Munday and W. B. Belden,
Lexington township; J. C. Phelps,
O'.athe tewnship; C. w. FoJ and G H
Mead Oxford township; G. W.
Lathan. .1. M. Warren. J R Secrist,
J. W l^rkins and Harry .fewett. Me-
! Canish township. All of them are
| well-to-do farmers and good citizens
of the county.
A Tnlantad Kansas Woman I>aa<!
EuroKiA, Kan., Nov. 20. —Misa
Emily Kuhlman died here last night
of typhoid fever. For eleven years
she was the head of tha kindergarten
department at the State Normal
school. Last year she spent In Boston
on advanced studies. She had com-
pleted arrangementa to begin the
teaching of the languages here when
she \*as taken sick. She was a gradu-
ate of several European universities
and spoke fluently a number of
Tin Plata Works Wa|M Cut.
St Lot'ia, Mo., Nov. 20.—One mill
of the Nie 'ringhaus tin plate works
was started this morning, independ-
ently of the Amalgamated association
of iron and atcel workera. and at a
red u-I ion of 23 per cent The mill Is
running under police protection, with
non-tin ■< n men It employs 000 per-
No offer Prom Corbett lter*l*««L ||
Boston, Mass . Nov. 20. —Both Bob
Vitzslmmons and Cuptain Glori, his
manager, said to-day -egarding the
statement from Chicago that Corbett
hail offered the first named financial
aid in his preaent trouble, that as yet
no tender of assistance or sympathy
has been received by them
A Hljj El wood ( onrarn Assigns.
El.wood, Ind., Nov. 20. The El wood
iron works and radiator company has
assigned It has been organised
three year* and was capitalised at
RUM by a Male's Mink.
Nevada. Mo, Nov. *0—Rby Oox of
Waahington township, aged 19 yeara,
was kicked by a mnle in the forehead
yesterday He died Instantly.
W \ <«iii\<,to\, Nov. I he ' liinBa
Japan incident, so far a the I nited
States offer of mediation is concerned,
is considered closed for the present
by those in a position to understand
the situation. At the state d part-
luent anil the Chinese and Japanese
legations there is only negative in-
formation th t no positive answer
has been received, but t lose well in
formed on the subject say that Japan
lias made her |x>*ition clear to this
government in such a way us to uvoid
the e in harass me n ts of a positive de-
clination, and vet to show that any
acceptan<% would have to be based on
certain definite condition-
The statement was made in con-
gressional circles today that Presi-
dent Cleveland's coining message to
congress would explain the China
Japan question and forestall any res-
olutions of inquirv. It is the belief of
those familiar with the president's p<<-
sition against foreign entanglements
that auoli reference as he may make
to the subject in his messnge will be
on the groiind of humanity, urging
that while this country need not
reach abroad for conquest and acqui-
sition, it can well adopt an enlight-
_ o ened policy which will aid in main-
the reports of , taining the peace and progress of the
| WHOT1 UP HI!
hm toes Kdltnr DesevtMe Pis pass i
Itoaifc and tevvtos U Has
Lions. Iowa Nov Editor James
Ltddte of th- Times, at Preston,
waited until preae tiase Saturday,
wrote an article, heading and all as
given below, marked it "As Article
for the Times," and then carried out
the pr« grauime
Tkr Kill tor of Ike TlaN TaWe« His ' *
Worn Weary Tln d and IMimeWd H*
111* t.irrsai K-it
Jam", Llddle le day •• si to ISe hi hi-r-d *
tM-tnees I'r.^iotiand aod deilt* rateiy
fhrrn U>m-w\1 on the track before apa- n/
irns The trsln pa *e«l over his IkhI . au>l
d«*at' lu^iaoiaaeous Th« art -u* not
doae in * fli of dlspoadsncy. but b id t"-«*s
i-or.tcmplstrd for o*er a year * fdtifsday
r \ filn / hr atral Ills tied | Si- baslnoss
.flair*. >1rr « ihecS "ii bi« Individual bank
account n favor of Hicks A Lldd •• * <! one In
fa*or (>f bla s>other. for the -tim r* nmininn to
ti in «rr.lit at the bunk lil< reason* none
Llddle left a touching letter to his
mother and sister, asking them to
forgive him, but that lie could not
endure existence The Article was
found after his body was brought In.
and his apparent wishes honored, the
jiress being stopped und the article
MONEYl MONEY! MONEY!
Ten per cent money loaned on
II AG AN & PAINE.
■ lonlala After All
Nets. Nov .'0
of contest for the gover
yet be n filed with the
state, but a It* Mtblican s
saVs that it undoubt
RE-OPFNED I THE OLD RELIABLE
Harness § Saddlery ||ouse
Larger than ever l>rlore, antl with a full line
of HARNKSS and SADUl.l S, Nets, Robes,
at lowest prices.
CALL AND GKT OUR l'RICKS BIIFORK Bl'VING.
Coiii1.r of First and Oklahoma avenue, Sign of "White Horse."
N. HEILMAN. Proprietor.
11y be tiled
T M Richardson, Pre 't
D, C. Richardson, 8oc'y
JAPANS AMBITION C.REAT.
Tha Mikado Reaching for fornoia nnd
Hawaii Tha 1 roopi l.andad.
Tacomi, Wash., Nov. 20.— Japan
will have control of the world s
'supply of camphor should it get the
island of Formosa as part < t its In-
demnity from China, i cording to
Anthony T Richard, who lived many
years in Asia *'C'amphor sold for
less than 10 cents a pound twenty
years ago," lie says, "but it has ad-
vanced to over a pound."
It is generally believed by Japanese
merchants and travelers that 11 Jnpan
had not lx en drawn Into the war with
China at this time it would have
seised the Hawaiian Islands, on the
ground that there are more Japanese
there than any other nationality.
These men look upon the move to se-
cure Formosa as in line with Japan's
policy to strengthen herself os "the
England of the Pacific,' and an pre-
liminary to securing the Philipine
islands and the Hawaiian islands also
should the 1'nited States fail to an-
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC OUT.
The Wetlarn l'a««engar Association
tiolnf to riems.
Kansas Citv, Mo., Nov. 20.—The
Western Passenger association Is
practically disrupted. This morning
General Passenger Agent Townsend
of the Missouri Pacific railway noti-
fied Chairman Caldwell that the Mis-
souri Pacific would not be a member
of the association after November
within the limit which expires next
Monda\ He declare* that a I gls-
lativc committee, consisting <>f two
Populists, two Democrats and three
Rapnl ins will be uk«I foi to n
count the ballots for the purpose of
removing all doubts of the election of
either candidate for governor. It
will ile nweaiftfj ,0 eerr# nolle# on
Judge llolcoinb at the same time
At Independent headquartera mat-
ters are being put in shape by Attor-
neys lit van, Lease, Ilroudy and others
to serve notice of contest on the en-
tire liM of Republican candidates for
state offices immediately following
the contest on governor.
SILVER AND REPUBLICANS.
1 ha I rea 4 olnaga Wing Prnposss to
Knit* or Ninrt a New Parly.
Oaky, S. I)., Nov. 2d.—A politician
of this place, who has been concerned
in the movement, declar s that for
several au unders. tnding has
existe ie leading silver men
of th States that an emphatic
dcuiai. ill be made that the Re-
publican platform of 1H9 'i shall eon-
tain an unequivocal declaration ill
favor of unqualified free coinage of
silver and that in the event of failure
of the Republicans to so declare a
new party movement shall forthwith
be sprunir. with a two plunk platform
declaring simply for protection and
A Thirty Year old Ballot K«mn «J.
Ckf.htow, Iowa, Nov. 20. -For thirty
years (terge Sackett of Adair county,
a veteran of the civil war, carried iu
his head amiunie ball weighing nearly
au ounce. It never bothered him uutil
recently, when an abscess formed in
the nasal passage and the discharge
from the nose became irritating.
This enabled the doctor to locate the
ball in the fleshy part of the head
buck of the eye and near the nasal
passage. An operation was performed
and the bullet removed. Sackett ex-
perienced no serious results.
Mr. Wilton Hay do on tlia lleurh.
W AHillNOTojf, Nov. 20. — Justice
Jackson of the I'nited States supreme
court., now at Thomasville, ( a.
At sll point* on the <1
K.. t* * t\, H I A f
h<wtaw It. 11 in lodisn 1 •
T. M. Kieliardson
PselAe II K.AWT
lurry llraueh an«l I A
t 11 I'rumpt Ship
Capital 8tock, $150 000
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LUMBER, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS.
Lime, Hair. Plaster.
Telephone No ll, GUTHRIE. O. T.
McCormick Hinders and Mowing Machine*
JOHN DEKRE Hay Rakes and Cultivators.
John Deere Plows,
A FULL LINE OF
COLUMBUS CARRIAGE COS. and RA-
CINE CARRIAGE COS. Buggies, l'haetons,
Tiffin and Moline Wagons, the largest stock
in Oklahoma at rock bottom prices.
J. S. LYON, Agent.
Division Street, between Harrison and Oklahoma avenues.
Similar notii-c« of withdrawal were to recruit hi health, ha*
sent out by the local | isetiffcr and
ticket agents of the Missouri Pacific
to all the local associations. It in ex-
pected that other roads will withdraw
from the association and with all*>urs
down a rote war seems inevitable.
The action of the Missouri Pacific
has been expected for some time.
The Union Pacific and Santa Fc rail-
way have ostensibly heen in the asso-
ciation, but the other railroads claim
that they have violated the rules and
agreements of the asaociation day
after day. This was rendered the
more easy as both roads mentioned
are In the hands of receivers. The
Chicago A- Alton railway also placed
Itself outside of the pale of
the association by making *
$7.25 rate between East SL Louis und
Kansas City. The Missouri Pacific
waited for the Alton to restore the
rate, and when It refused to do so de-
cided to leave the association. The
Burlington. Hook Island, Wabash,
Maple Leaf, Milwaukee and Alton
railways are still in the association,
but their withdrawal is only a ques-
tion of time The association cannot
be kept intact with the Missouri Pa-
cific, t'nion Pacific and Santa Fe out
and the Alton openly violating its
For some time the association has
been confronted with the alternative
of suspending or reorganizing It is
now claimed that reorganization will
be effected by January 1, and that
the association will b; msde stronger
Aaatralln No I'lnra for Poor Minora.
Washing to If, Nov. 20. — United
States Consul General Maratta at
Melbourne, Australia, hat* made an
exhaustive report on the new Aus-
tralian gold flelda. In it he rava:
"There is a good opportunity here
for miners In the United States well
versed In the best methods of obtain-
ing gold but it is absolutely neceasarv
that they come well provided with
both funds and experience, with suf-
ficient of the former to last them at
been forbidden by his physician to
return to Washington this winter,
and his friends fear that the tempor-
ary prohibition will be a permanent
one. If in consequence of this win-
ters respite from his work his condi-
tion does not improve, it is announced
to be his purpose to resign In this
event Chairman Wilson will, it is said.
l e honored with the succession.
Nkw York, Nov. 20.—The directors
of the Atchison, Topekaand Santa Fe
railroad company met to-day and
elcctc 1 a reorganization committee
with power to act. The committee
consists of K. R Cheney, jr.. Thomas
P. Fowler, W. L. Hull, (ieorge A.
Nickerson and K J. Berwind The
committee will at once aet out to
make a plan of reorganization and
will continue until final details are
worked out. The officers will hold
7.«*ro Wanlhar In tha North vratt.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 20.—Zero
west her is reported all over the
Norte,west to-day. Yesterday it was
from two to twelve degrees below
zero throughout North Dakota and
Manitoba, and in this state it dropped
from thirty above yesterday morning
to in the neighborhood of zero to-
day Colder weather to-night is pre-
dicted It is clear, though cold.
trab p. m.
6 jo ■. «n.
NO WTtt SOU KB-
Np. 404, Chlc uso Kiprtn, leave*
No, it*). Mo It]ver hspreis.
No. 4J4, lck i Freight,
south soi ms.
No. lot, Trm Rsprtss, ti:eo p m. 1
So. 41*7, Lo< Hi Express, i :oo p. «n, ;
No 4*j, Loral I relf ht, i «> p m.
I'lurnReri should procure tic We it bel ore felling
on thr train and site money; In purchasing rouna
trip ticket* to local poiuts 10 per cent og.
L. It Dst.ANBV, Agent j
SOUQ THROUGH TRAINS
St. Louis, St. Joseph, Chicago,
o. c. no*No«. Qma^a, St. Paul and
WIS BY 4 HORNOR,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
RoOms sj and s$ oeer Capitol Bsnk
Guthrie. ... Oklahoma
DAVID J. HOI1RIS,
Counselor and Attorney at Law,
206 Oklahoma Ave.
Guthrie, - Okla.
P. 0. cabsidy, w. M. 1NCIAR1
CA8SIDY A ENGABT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Offlceorer Guthrie Nation.il Bank, rooms a sndj
UUTURIK, OK LA.
Tutlbuled Drawing Room
Rccllnlng Chair Oara, (S«ata Kre«.)
°,L'0 :,T/.°.\oPACIFIC C0AS1
Th* Beat Line for Nebraaka and thi
Quickest tlm. to DRNVKR ant
Daily l).t«.«n St. Paul aaa
D. O. IVES,
•easrsl Pssssacar sad Tlekst Agt 8tL«ats.lli
A11 tor lO Cants.
. Hwm Tort: r*i
gold they may obtain The machinery
and appliances in vogue here are
not altogether the latest and best -
in many cases they are quite obaolete.
If some of our large manufacturer*
of mining machinery and appliances
would send representatives to theae
colonies it would, In my opinion, r -
pay them "
Rets •* kf Its Had Cask lor.
Richmond, Ky., No*. M, —Thi Bstill
County Deposit bank ai Irvine haa
tied to Maury H Wise men Tha
s are being examined. Joa Mc-
Dowell, the s bacon ding eaahiar, can
mot b* heard from
A legislator-Kloe>t Dflng.
Wt< iiita, Kan , Not. 50.—Major A.
M Yarence, recently elected to the j
legislature from the Hl*ty-seventh ;
district, is on his death bed.his physi- j
ciana declaring his case hopeless. He !
was stricken with cancer of the stom I
ach the day before he was nominated .
and has been bedfast ever sinc<*. Ilia
death will necessitate a special eleo- I
no Mob It ah la Ateklsea.
ATCMiaoM, Kan , Nov. 20.—No mob
plo Saturday night to lynch tha
negro who s aaa til ted four women In
West Atchison Fridar. Hi* negroes,
who sppeared at the connty jail
armed Saturday night, to protect the
negro, were fined in the police court
a Hi JsMfk Iseoator Pood
Ht. Josrm Mo., Not. ?0 —Rohlman,
the inventor of a carving machine for
which he was awarded a premium at
the world'a fair and which could
carve wood.aoft metal or marble, waa
•tricken with nn attack of hieooughs
laat Friday and hta death mautted In
n few honra.
L. HAYNES BUXTON,
PHYSICIAN ANt> St'ROEON.
Eye, Ear and Throat Specialist
GUTHRIE. - OKLA.
J. 1 HART,
Can attend promptly to all dlaeaaaa
of and demanda for aurglral attetttloa
to domeatlr anlmala. Special attentloa
to hora* dantlatry. Outhrla, 0. T.
Run NiviT nnukM. Kiln IMmti
Rosaif so, ra.si eo.
J. A. ROSS, Prop'r
ion Union AOpiK lt« LadlW
Rntrano* Union Dapot.
KasMiCllf, i nissMirt
tnml ud otkera. EbcIom 10oaolalaall**
KCrO«H t JTIRATtlBlOO,
CIT MTE TKIFTIFFWE MI
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Vincent, Leo. The Oklahoma Representative. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 54, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 1894, newspaper, November 22, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc94761/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.