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Cowboy Band Attraction

Cowboy Band Attraction

Submitted by: Mollie Stehno

The Guthrie Daily Leader, July 13, 1903.

Gave Guthrie a Six-Shooter and Musical Entertainment
Zack Mulhall and his cowboy band, Commander Baker of the United States Navy and Robert Aull, of St. Louis, representing the World's Fair, were the attraction at the Brooks' last evening. The band and distinguished visitors arrived on the afternoon train and were met at the depot by Troop A. Cavalry band OK. N. G., and the governor's military staff and escorted to the hotel.
Misses Agnes and Lucille Mulhall also accompanied the party.
The program rendered last evening included choice selections ably handled by the band and the entertainment given was of a high-class order. The addresses by Commander Baker and Robert Aull were well delivered both speaking briefly upon the exhibition Oklahoma should make at the exposition and referring to the marvelous development of the county. The band left today for New Orleans and other southern points, where they will advertise the Frisco system.

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