The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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TILE OKLAHOMA STATE CAflTAL, FIMI'A V MOHMNT. MAY 1!>. 100.-,.
FOR WRIflHT M'a E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, the
Great Woman's Remedy for Wonjan's Ills.
This is Vi'ay Kclsey's Ap-
pointment is Considered
PEOPLE ARE PLEASED
Believe There Will be Harmony
Between Offices of Indian
Ageni and Inspector-Ap-
•pacta! Dispatch to the Statu Capital.
Muskogee, I. T.. May 18—The appoint;
II)' t of I atia H. K'> ..i«-f clerk to
Inspector Wright. j.< Indian ugAit to huc-
ce< <1 J. IMair Shociifclt. i* considered by
tlx' politicians as a victory for Wright
and hi friends. To the people It la aat-
lafttctory an It Insures harmony between
the two offices. Mr. Kelnev today *a>
that ho was i.u ifprlHcd at hla up-4
polntment n:< were tie- people of llus- I
Mr. Kelsey had been out < f town < n
business and had not e <11 heard <>f Mr.
Fl o-'iifrli H resignation when he returne<l
to4aj When ha r* alve* Ilia t«U grain
from the Heeretarj of the Interior this
afternoon announcing his Appointment
Mi Kelso\ s. emed very much surprised 1
j|. had made n<> effort to fcet the plucr. |
In.linn Agent Bhoenfclt was appointed.
from Wyoming through tha political in-1
Dm 0 1.1. .1 a atate d< i- 0gtlon -
B„,i ,i was \*llei •' har *tb^t tha new
j * 1 would eoroa from ipna ol Iba
vho i-i under eivll
| e«-n appointed au -
(i . ; o «i'\er> Ol
Mr Kel*<* f iWlti
Of!" • paid h.iu
tii.* 1 .-r diem f"' the time lie is in the ;
fi -l-i. he will ren-'v" neajl> double that
aa Indian agent, li" haa m rvad
. lii.'f ei.Mk to Indian Inspector Wits' i
for six vea> - a i'-l ha - ''...'idled < « r\
j,;,,.r tha InAlan bualnaaa Befora
coming t" Mii'koue" lie was < Itief < lei k
In the Kiowa Indian W-ney at Ana-
darko. Okla., in also h< Id a civil sen -
i. .. position in the land offi. •• at Knid.
Clip.. making a total aaryloa -a alavan
yen is wit' I lie go ••inment.
Mr. Kelsev s clou# relations to Inspect -
01 Wright will insu.-e harmony between
the Indian aip-nt's ai d the inspector's
• NEARINu END
or. 8. l liivxham; t> •
abj , chaplain. K l."
' mi nt
Jury Visits Seine of Crime « ,
CASE IS HARD FOUGHT
Jerome S'ilson is Charged With
KiNldi; Lon O'Kelly as Re-
sult ol a Quarrel Over
H<k of It. Til
life with a members)
order might lie proud
amber of .1 pi >1 ti l
Mige, an adjourn-
hi• i:«lkHr«lH t'afe
*« el|i-in .• of Which
memor> to timw
• new bulge «tartfl
in of wlilct^ any
and alreadi <|Ulte
Special Dispatch to th
South McAlester. I
of the hardest fought
nesscd In South McAb -
r . May lfc--One
legal ha ties wlt-
er for tomr time
METHODIST DIVlNi: CARKS NOT
1IOW S<M j.S AKK" S.W Kl>
short ad- !
. pa ..r thla i
Shellm> er '
. v\-• that Mr. Kafawjr,
li Hervice rules, had
lent. was. a complete
In the Inspector's
It is not likely that Mr. Kelsev will
take the office until July 1. the close of
the fiscal year. T^iis will give Indian
ap. nt Slioenfelt tinv to complete his -n
mini report, and give Mr Kclsey time
< 'oloiiel Shoenfrlt today received n tele-
print* from 1 .1 Hitchcoi k. v.i 1 I1
ugnl in) previous al itfirnnts that t«a In*
t t..| reports -nomlttcd afl« I t!.' :
\ 1 si i *.ai ion. contain" 1* no criticism of the
official act-' of C*olnn"l Shoenfcii. it
No other female medicine in the world has received such widespread and
No other medicine haa such a record of /;ures of female troubles or such
hosts of grateful friends as has
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It will entirely cure the worst forma «t Female Complaints, ull Ovarian
Troubles, Inllumiuation and Ulceration. Falliup and Displacement of tlie
Womb, and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is peculiarly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It has cured more cases of liackachc and Leueorrhcea than ary other rem-
edy the world litis ever known. It is almost infallible in sucn cases. It
dissolves and expels tumors from the Uterus in an eprly stage « f de-
Irregular. Suppressed or Painful Menstruation. Wealcneaa of the Stomach,
Ind'njcstiou, Hloating, Flooding, Nervous Prostration. Headache, (leneral Debil-
ity (juiukiy yield to it. Womb troubles, causing pain, we ight and backache, in-
stantly relieved and permanently cured by its use. tinder all circumstances it
invigorates the female system. hOo is bs harmless as water.
11 quickly removes that Hearing-down Keeling extreme lAssitude, "don't
care ' and " want-to-be-left-alone " feeling, excitability, irritability, nervous-
ness Dizziness, Faint.ness, sleeplessness, flatulency,melancholyor the " bines"
and headache. These are i^ire indications of Female Weakness, or some de-
rangement of the Uterus, which this mediciye always cures. Kidney Complainta
and Backache, of either sex, the Vegetable Compound always cures
Those women who refus<* to accept anything else are rewarded a hundred
thousand times, for they .get what they want—a cure. Sold by Druggiata
everywhere. Refuse all substitutes.
tttIL GRAY IS HELD ' NOTHING 10 LIVE FOR
Washington i r . Mn IT. 190f,
•'.T Tllair Shocnfelt MuskoRee. I'. T
"l'i direction t)f the president your res-
leni lion of the offi - of Indian ac- nt for
1 , t Din of the Indian Territory
is ;.. rel>> a I'ptcd to take ■ ffect when
j. .ir Mic . s-or fthail he appointed and
qualified. V thorough Investigation f&lls
In .i\v the t lint of di-iionor "n any of-
ficial net of your administration during
Vo i'- six years' -• rvic. . and your ilis-
I ■. • • lit I - I moil! ling IO tall I ions > f dol -
lint havttbeen highly credttabto to your
pelf and gratifying to the department.
3t Is appreciated tha* during your admln-
Ist-ation you . ive i much . rn!. r-
rns'sed by unusual ami \exnnous cond!-
II n«. In the resumption of ti ■ practice
jnyour profession vou will-doubtb'ss find
iinore eon genial, and I sincerely hopo
profitable or>upati n. and you have m>
Ibesi wislies for your success. %
• K A. HITH'llt OrK
s!nce the cIojj.- <l the investigation
Hifl.t emplo-- «-s -f th. Indian agency her"
Jifne n-i M".I immi}; them the Indian
agent, hi ehff'f ' r! and two heads of
ti- -artme' t Wit ! the promotion of Mr.
flfcelsey tha positions of Qhlaf cieri; to tha
Indian agent and chief clerk to the In-
dian Inspector are to he filled These
appointments v.iil ri'fc ahlv he m.ni' from
the classified civil service. *
Ardmore Merchant Killed.
Ardnyire. i. T M.,^ is in a quarrel
at Sawyer. William Dunn a business
Irian, was shot times and died with-
in a short tinv I.on Davis, a mir-
rhant, who is also postmaster at Saw-
S'er. has been art- ted by tlie federal
^Officers. Both men :.re prominently c<Ai-
tiected. and have families.
Arapaho Indian Charged With
Murder of Fellow Tribesmen
by Coroners Jury
! Speelal Dispatch to the State Capital.
El Renot May 18—Coroner Fitagerald
yesterday concluded the Inquest, begun
Ion Monday. evening, over the body of
j Smith Curley. who died on Monday from
the effects <>f n blow on the fiead. with
Abe Niechus a Farmer Living
Near Chandler Blows His
Head Off With Gun
10 tut (iROCtRS
^'■(jere-to Get Oil Tags to Com
ply With Inspection Law
tinder tli* new oli inspection law it u
gmlawful to let a can ol coal oil or glU)0.
line go out of a* t tor* Without a lubmi
K-tcd thereon showing that ttie oil ilfJ
en officially Inspected. Here
label required: .
"AS ""p" •.Sai-Kc-IKO
Flash Test Specific Xtrmvtty Tait....;
Quality of od
Liute of Inspection "
litmt of Mai chant
These laUe.is ML'Sr SK ON 'SUAlAlilU
eipffR eo you can TaSIC TH fc,i|
The State Capital v way haa thee®
labels in tocU ready *o v sent to yoo
K>- return mall.
Ttiwt are In tabs of 100 and on UUM
#00 I 2ft
ftiO f 4#
goo I N
Don't delay your order. Send It to u*
soon as you read this.
inspector Ashton has Issued an order
gtopjilni the eale of all un la bated aU.
I A Jury was summoned, composed of
| the following men: James 1 Sands. Rob-
ert c Block. Philip W Putt, W J. Don-
i nelly. Richard Harper and Jtilin
j Hlnck. and uft^-r hci.i ing • the ev idence
! the following verdict was rendered:
"We. the jury, find that Smith Cur
ley came to his death by a blow on the
head hy a blunt 'instrument, supposed
in have ti in the hands of Cecil ('.ray.
an Arapaho Indian "
I dray wjis brought to this clt\ last
night and placed In the county pail lie
makes a tlat denial of knowledge of ti.
murder, and claims that at the time of
the killing: lie was at his camp, quite a
i distance from Curley's tent. lie. as well
as the man who was killed, is an Aran-
iiho Indian, lie Is twenty-six years old.
I sp aks English quite well, having attend
I ed tfie school at DarJIiiKtoh for six or
. seven years.
IIVKXTS OF TI IF- I.AST WEEK AT
! Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
, Weathcrfotd. Okla . May 18-The li,
vltatlons for the second annual com
niencement of the Southwestern Normal
School. May 23. June J. at this place
are beinz sent out. The program for
the week follows; •
May _'".th- v::<i p. m . piano contest.
M iy 2Sth- 10 a. m.. b n c;.laureate
Sermon by Rev. W '
Maj JOth ":00,to r,:cO f
m.. art exhibit
clamation contest. ,
May ::oth—s ua p m., oratorical con-
May 31st—class day.
lo;o > a. m , commercial gr-iduates.
.1:00 to 5:00 p in., reunion and recep-
8:30 p. m , normal and music grsd
June 1st—10:00 a. m.. commencement
Address hv Governor Fergnsorv
I The graduates ar- Normal course.
P Leslie Ewing, Charles I.anmon Har-
ris; music: Nannie Louis.' Divls; sten-
ography: Edith Lavlna Rasinger. Ros-
coe Eniin Dooly. Erl^Lee Grow. Rlanche
l-eota Harding Hattie Jane lindley.'
Fred Stephenson Pyeatt. Ad^ Josephine
I Shults. Emma Frances Smith: hook-
i keeping: Robert Leo ^Campbell. ^E'.lroy
King Na; h Clay IIi\. Ivern Tingley.
TO BE CURED of rheumatism,
with all its lameness, aches and
pains, lake llood's Saisapaviila. Vou
must be aure to GET HOOO'S.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital*
Chandfcr. Okla.. May D Abe Nicchus.
a farmer who lived in,ti little shanty on
n 40-acre tract near Rossville and who
.had been in destitute circumstances, was
| found dead there < osterday morning.
I liis body lying on a bed with the heud
| blown off and a note with a farewell
I message denoting that It was a case of
■ suicide. In gils note was written: "Good-
' bye to all. God bless you all. I am
if red of living a don'- life.* Do not grieve
after me and do not bo* to nnv expense
curving me. ' He also requested to be
ourlcd on the home place near a berry
pitch, llr was 17 years of age and had
a family. His wife eaine to town to live
three weeks ago and has since been liv-
ing with her father J. W'.' Dillon here in
'Che decerned was of n melancholy dfs-
1 position and his rash act was apparently
the rgsult of destitution and misfortune.
! People" Asking About Corpse
j Shipped to Davis From Okla-
homa City as Baggage
Special Diapgtch to the State Capital.
Davis, j. T„ May lg-Many in-
■ "liri.'s hijve been received here by
the officials during the last two
diy« about the man found In a box at
Hie Santa Fe depot, and "one of them
are Inteiestlng One woman soes into
detail^ about how her hu. band looked,
while with her. and asks If his two
form teeth wre of solid gold. She
-ild her I. isbnnd was a good man. and
iv-ver evea i|na re|ed with her tluring
their long mairic.^ life. jje weighed
• ti-M!t IS.', pom !.- •hmI stood six feet
high, and perfectly straight, both In
character and frame Another lady
.sks the mayor of Davis if the man
; found had any money on him. She of-
| fered to come here If sufficient money
'was found to defray all expenses, etc.
The off1 lala have made a thorough
Investigation and a repoit will be .made
Just what this "report will be
Is being waged III the federal court. It
is the trial of Jerome Wihon charged
with the murder of l^on O'Kelly In tills
city several months ago
This morning after the witnesses were
all examined the court made an unusual
order, directing the bailiffs to take the
Jury to the scene «>f the killing that they
might inspect for themselves several
points In the matter of distance;, and
positions tlfat have arisen d tiring the
trial, and on which the defense has
sought to Impeach ti., ev i l' me "f sev -
eral witnesses. This ord« r Is pushups
the first of its kind ■ -a made in a ter-
ritory court Judp« Clayton dd today
that It was the llrst tim. it had occurred
to his knowledge. Tin* Arkansas stat-
utes license the court to permit t.ie
Jurors to make such investigations, nl- I
though in many states this Is prohibited.
in the trial tit* *■ he of defense baa j
been as follows:
Wilson and 0"K«5lv had words over
,i well, the ownership of which Wilson
. iaimed Jt was located oi i \ o-ant lot
about midway between the homes of the
two parties. Wilson warned o'Kellv to
leave the ^ell alone, while O Kelly
threatenly declared he would get water
whenever he so desired. A few moments
after this altercation. o'Kellv was seen
to go to the well armed w.t shot until
and a bucket The defense claims h- j
saw Wflson com lip? fioin his home and
leveled his weapon at him It was then I
I that Wilson shot with his Winchester j
ille stood' directly in front of nis house ]
Tlie well was almost a block away Two j
shots entered O'lvellv's breast and he fell |
On the other hand the prosecution
I claims O'Kelly did not point tlv weapon
at Wilson bftt had laid it oil the ground
land was iu the act of.drnwinK a bucket
of water when he was si
oRtli sides have contested every inch
of ground, examining the following wit-
nesses: For the ffovernment Mrs. Ethel
O'K'^ly. widow >f i • victim. Pearl
O'Kelly, Myrtle Will iu ma L O Bvani,
Mrs. Marc Plcrson, T)lx#ie Williams^ R.
For defense. WV w Croeke'tt Mrs.
T«etha St.ami. Bertha Oo'e. Jas. R. Lon-
ey. Luther Petite. II J Bryant. T. J.
Taylor. Chas Jackson Robt Moore. I).
L. ~T«afevers. G. K Pritchard. J A. Hale,
Fielding I.ewis. F Voinigs
The last three testified only locationtj
of the particular oolnts about the prem-
metl^od you use, that )t
That was the k< yote c
dxss to the Methodist mi
city delivered by Bishop H
in which he heartily* Indorsed sensation- J
allsm in preaching
"Since I have come to Cincinnati I '
have found that there are some unusuAl j
methods In vogue here," said he. Rut
It's all right so long aa tho«e methods J
are successful Any method Is all Haht |
if you save Moults by it y a man will
come to hear the gospel when the'
preacher wears a red coat. h\ all means
discard the black and wear a red one i
If impropriety will attia- i. use Impru-I
prlety If the ordinary methods Me - |
ceed. use ordinary; l tit It It takes the
extraordinary methtal then use .the ex '
traordinary. if you can't get soul into |
tlie kingdom hv natural methods. ijse the i
artificial. I want to say here, with «I1 i
the authority that is vested In me, that
you have my support for any method,sen- '
national though it may be. so long as
It brings souls Into God's kingdom."
The Kind You llavo Always Bought, ami which has hr« n
iu use fop over JIO years, hun borne the signature of
^ and lias been mado under liis per-
■/#¥■ HOiial supervision ninre its Int'aney*
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All CiOiiiiterleits Imitations and ** Just-ns-jjood'* are l>ut
Kxperimeiits that tritte with and endanger the health of
Infants and Cliildrcu— Experience against KxperimeaU
What is CASTORiA
Ca-Joria is a liartaless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
ftorit, l)ni|i<4 and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotlo
.mihstanee. Its age i>* its guarantee. It «lestroy Worm#
ntitl allays Feverisliness. It eures IXarrliiea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
find Flatulency. It assimilates tli<> Food, regulates the
Moniacli and Bowels, giving healthy anil natural sleep*
The Children's l'aaacea—Tlie Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR!A always
Bears the Signature of
The Veiled Murderess Mys.-i
tery is Unveiled
— . I
So Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC eCNTftUM „ MUDMV ItaiT. rJIIK VONA CIT*.
—a—i—II iiiiiiii ■ i—
Girlhood Friend Tells of Days aj %
I - m nirt W ' illn^rl C .. .«< ! ., t n '.'
Emma Willard Seminary
Troy.and Marriage to
This afternoon the argument Is In pro-
gress. District Attorney Wilklns and
H. B. Mliner will speak for the govern-
ment. Stuart & Gordon will represent the
ML KILLtl) HIMSELF
NOT OUTI.TY TO
Shawnee. O. T May IS—George ami
Frank fjostiek pleaded not guilty toda>
; when arraigned iri I' -iriet eourt • harged
j with murder of jh ir brother. Jo< last
February, at their dugout south of heV<
j Joe was shot through the shoulder and
died befdVe aid an The hrot)iei«
antl their motfter it.sist'that lie killed
Henry l.obaugh. who killed John Cole-
man. a stoekmaii. a month ago. also
pleaded not guilty.
INDIAN GIRL SPONSOR
Chicago. May 1*- Mrs. Charlotte P
Norris. .JI2C Newport avenue, has unveil- l
ed the mystery of the "veiled murder- ;
ess." who died yesterday In prison at
MatteaW iti, N. V. Tln'v were classmates
In tho Emma Willard School 111 Tfoy
60 years Hgo. Mrs. Russel Sage of New
York was al.-o a • l.is. mate The maiden
name of the woman was Charlotte Ward.
Her father was i wealthy Canadian
merchant. She married an KngliMhman
of rank. Sir William F. Kiifhtt, but after
Iwo years' residence in England ran
away from her husiiand and returned ti-
this country. She found her fathers
door closed to her. She was arrested in
188S for a double poisoning In Tro>.
"There is im question about identltv. '
said Mrs. Norris, "because during one '
vacation she was my guest in I'ticu. N. i
HOT SPRINGS I
«ind Return $22.40
Good for 90 Days from date ol sale
|s .i .j ;e-tion the good people of Davis
are unable to solve. It Is certain that
the man was checked here from Oklaho-
ma City as btggage. and the exre.«s
charges are still unpaid. The agent,
j A. O McCord, says he hag rccjlved sev-
[ erai telegrams of Inquiry and he hopes
f some or," will >"t eotne forward with
' cheek 7.:.- -7 -ind pilv the charges and
j take the mysterious box away.
! Mayor Clemmons. lias answered" no
j less than a doz- n letters "from women
who ask about the man found in the
box. hit lie refuses to state what he
says to them. «
Insure against wind storms with W. T.
HARRIETT CRABTRKE W.H.L
REl'RKSKNT* TKRIUOY IN
Muskogee. I. Max* 1" -<®aptain .
I*. Gentry has appointed Miss Harriett
i rahtree of tills «ity sponsor for the
Creek and Seminole brigade of ex-Con-
Louisville in July.
A Iff'.AM'ir OF ORDER IS INSTITUT-
ED AT SHAWNEE
Special Dispatch to the State Tapltal
Shawnee. Okla Ma is The Royal
Arcanum, a lodge which i> very power-
ful in tlie cast and north and rapidly
becoming so in th southwest, has in-
stituted a branch at Shawnee, composed
of a large number of tlie leading busi-
ness, professional, and laboring men of
the city The first meting was held
Tuesday night I: 'he ne* Odd Fellows,
bail in th- third floor of the^ llebble
building and after installing aK members,
the following oflic-- were elected aiid
at once placed in office: regent. A. W.
Frldav; vice i.gcnt. i i Bradford; oruj
tor. J. s. W.itsya. past regent. C. J.
Bo. her. secretarj. A A. Jordon. collect-
The Food Jhat Roes Good
"In the summer of 1871 I went with j
my brother-in-law and with the clergy- !
man of the Jaues\ille (Wis.) Congrega-
tional church to see the "veiled murder- j
ess' in Sing Sing. I knew who --he was. I
I was told by the autohritlea that I was (
the nr11>* per ..ii who l ad ever > ailed win'
knew the woman. They knew I "was
acquainted with lie. for the moment she
saw me and before I bad said a word,
flic called me bv name.
. We talked togetln i for a long tim' .
,th«* prison officials withdrawing S *
would say nothing of the crime for which
she whs convicted and would talk only
of our school days.
"1 did not disclose tlie woman's iden-
tity and I have never stea her from that
day to thisf •
"Chaiilotte Ward was a beauty and a
woman of the highest accomplishment
She was a hard student and a remark-
"Charlotte had three sisters all of
whom at one time tr another were pupils
at Miss Willard's. One of the elder sis
ters who had left the Troy school before
Charlotte entered :->.;d ..i •.imaged to
a NeAr York politician • \now his
>aMra"li an j n mn- but ' «■"' «'>'<• «•
, ward was the caus-- of the w - king of
• I Charlottes life.
^'Slie met this man ard he transferred
his*affections from the older sinter. Char-
lotte told me her father was determined
to make her marry Elliott.
"When she had run away from her
husband's home In England, and ha'd
come bark to find her father's house
closed to her sh went to Troy, hoping
to find employment as a teacher at the
Willard school. 14. fore slio made appli-
cation her old lover had sought her out
and the rest of tlii.s part of the story
is not hard to,true.«s
"This man desertec^ her and apparently
jjhe sank lower and lower.
She was convicted under the name of
There wi^-e people In Trov.50 years
ago who believed that the murderess of
Timothy l/iuig^n and Catherine I,ubee
was Charlotte War l, the one-tlnie put .!
at Miss Willard'# rehool. There is an
interesting story connected with the
throwing of the public off the scent
The Ward family #was wealthy. During
the time that the prisoner was await
log trial there was a re eption * given
at the Willard srho«d^ Wheu ft wie at
its-height, iWUlam Ward and hi« Ister.
Lady William Elliott, w < announced
Into the parlor they came and evervone
recognised In ihe per«o^ of I.a<i Wil-
liam. Charlottv Ward. Mi- Ward a .d I.is
sister were simply pnssing thp'Ugh Troy
and must take an early "train Tlp-v left
the reception in a closed carriage, but
Fort Smith & Western Railway j
Which is o
THE BEST. SHORTEST and QUICKEST LINE I
EXCELLENT CONNECTIONS I
For further information call at City Ticket Office X
111 .South Division St. Phone 773. %
"Always Glad to Serve Vou" i;
JOS. P. O'DONNILL, Gcn'l. Agt. . |
Oldest Bank tn Oklahoma.
OFTICERS—U. C. GUSS. Preiident: FRANK DALE, and J W. PERRY,
Vice Prr idents: ROBT SOHLBERG. Cashier; H. W. PAINTER and
N. MELVILLE CARTER, Assistant Cashiers. ' I
DIRECTORS—U. C. Gubs, Frank Dale. J. W Perry. B. F Edwardv A. G. C. ^
Bierer, A. J. Seay, Henry E Asp. H. W. Paintar. Robt. Sohlberg. J
Tools Of The Tr ade
The Cod TJver Oil F.mulsion "Par KmUeno'" for
Coughs, Colds. Influenrs, Bronchiti^ I .a Qrip,
i^re Throot and Lungs. Catarrh, Pneumonia,
Cnnwmpttoii tnd all Pnlnnnary Dtscases. All that carriage went to the jail" -fad
Druggists, two sizes, TiOc, and |1. I of the railroad station Th«
omplished probably as other tlfinjj:
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE Br MAIL
to all tending name and address to •
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1905, newspaper, May 19, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc125892/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.