The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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THfc LaiAUIft OUTHRIE OKLA... WEDNESDAY. MARCH . 1905.
IS OKLAHOMA'S FRIEND
o . o
Grateful firs. Datvstxt Reatorad to
VJsoroirt tfmltii by Duffy's Pure
iMalt NVItlskev. Heartily Reconi-
MisaouriV New Senator Will
Be for Immediate
c in n t !)'
mtnJs Us Lsc to Atl Women Who'1
Suffer From Nervous Break-Down
' Shi rr nnii'' 'i i ' . r
ninko th '
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y "u ' .
lery Okla Mi'ch SI J Flnle .
nave-ln l i . l'tor ror tl 1 rd Hlm
Trewt i i mil-a iv ha lc u in the cltv
the rv f days und 1. 1 Just clocil
the conti it fo" 'he oteci " 1 of two btuk
nd i'H' I'.ir.'neas houst a hue one on
'he wuth ride and one ' t'n emt ldi
. f the - 'mm Thn J'i i t the Flanti ra
hotel loda-. Mr F"ilo Kill The Fi rl
tlc'ii people have ev"rv i nnMrai li
Te'Tv and ar gr'ln. i ittv for the oil
i.m1 bus bwm thot I boi.n.1 to eo n In
nuking toe lmprvemeii" mff mm to
kerr up with our most evoi 11. nt business
late It is t ut a ?ti?-u n o' n month
m rwibly 1 irmthh 'mi the le-
velojinn nt !s nmle bu "i I- i -out. li-
Mr Fli ley Is one of thr le idh e Hep-ib-lirans
of Kpnsns Clf aid l lejoi lni
i.ver Warner's rr-cont I- t on n. ti.r
V-ilted MatS senate i: dlri in
iHritlt Witt. A Wat ier bni!. iti1 df
lights to tell f th rrvRia a a itr-
.nan of hi favorite. Iiik to i n
tiT-.ind Jollification at Conf Mm h i'l to-
night In Kahins Oit -lid Mi Klnl v I i
Hghl wire! to the commit'' In iui
olUftsiittan do not foigft oklnhou i ml
Ind'cn Tenltory The p'or-h lur. are
nil friend of Senator v aimr rh
tlectkm of Mr. Wnrnir mciiw mt eh for
Oklahoma ' Mid 'Mr. Ftnlej "lie will
b on of tr 'ewders for tnti'iool In the
l'CXt roniieF an he hti alur been In-
lirMted in T-rrltoL'.: aflalm. and lulnic
a rMfmotkil friend of Inmldont Rooi'nclt
H la rermrnied tn.it ht will cirr ome
Ve4Bbt. Pbywlc.aU nnd lntellotuitlly a
ftWIt Jt4I with thi h prince of ifood fel-
i1t 1 J! edict thai wtthln ynnr It will
I ll hall to SMWtor V'rner lr tht peo-
Ji t OkllittOlhb lor the lrle-.lhtp he
hAB ave jhown tin 14. He Ik tLie Unit
liejmbliejut senator we have h.id ror many
:-eara and of 00 true we Mlsy.uirl n pnbll-
rttns are delighted '
CAPTAIN KING RETURNS
UAwtsn Okla. Jlmli .. t'.ip: .In
Flunk Bn Kin of the I.ii.i 1 Eiik! o-
torps of the. Okh.lHim.i Niiloitil k 1.1nl
leturned to his home nrd. y on the
Ttum Frbtea He w in iiiel ut the trail by
ft tarjte Bomber of frl nJr
OaplaJn Khiff ham l'm it: finding the
uJUUiry chorl ..1 For' Crook Neh
Aw mllea couth of Oniuh.1 In nl elam
thr e tbltty rapUili. ind lleuien-
llte et the rRiifc.r arm: He cmne out
iMtdnX In tit middle or the cIhsp hav-
1K 1HMM4 on every topic tlutt he hml
V-tfJrtn. .'The tewaheni In charge lompli-
'Wotrd him upon hie excellent work
1; it vwe war ur uu.ieat mnu ot imor
the v eloeeat ftpnUciUlon to hl
16lf tbfjdbne wade the advancement
Sir'tWlrU. H U1 probubly be
tha Unlrtl SUWi Buglnecr
.ATfWIltBom nt-xt winter.
SrO'CUR A OCLD IN ONE DAY.
?.Tai?e..LaWitlvo nromo Oulnlno Tnb-
"Tlelfc'All 3rugBl8ts refund tho money
TOri.J. '...... .- ... - ...
rlhtiire is oh otcIi box 26c.
Jap bonds held in wichita
-jBsMR Owns K0.009 WMh
Wjehtta Ka.. Jtarth :J-Sonie of the
WkfltlaV baaka htt'-e ten red pun of the
'lSt)U if mtneiie Urd(t w I l.-h w re re-
Uy ottered for a..l m this . i i m
fe Japane- loan w.k riot.J I i tl s
ceoatry by the Nitkmal CU 1.. ik of
KW Torfci Thla Is the laigisi Ui ik 11
"h M VMtHd ard hi ioinnioiily known m the
' " -mattttarc! On Bunk."
J Tha KatK-ial City &-k li off-ilis
f" I taM bond reemimend ih. in uh the lt
Pi":) ' aecurltlea und prulu- a them rv
';:'' S'tpbiV- Th fact that thU hunk h.. tn-
IMaMta; or the loan ulo kt en to la-
TS lh oonfldtfnce fell I; the publit.
tH Japanese Ixmda
tilt Fourth NUIonnl banU ha rwtlv-
d Werd Jruru the N 1'ion U bank of Ne-v
city that they liav buufrh. $.0 uoo
iat thawe J.ipanee i titlotn uud ha . e
' jSWSaHikl then to I he iiti'junt of t.ie
Fourth National b-.nk of thtr .ltj
Other V.'fihitu luinti-ie nlnn ankej
b$ Ue' thought of Jiuium- bonda a
twewttta aald that they coualdt-M-d them
elrtfttaa' E. O. Mimliiniiin naid lust
atjferl: I Uiluk the Jarsno o- i.omiU ai..
t40d. The Japtin-e m i Iji t n lini'i.
1a the wnr and this han IiikmimI hi-
lidance tn Uioir nt.urUlm '
A. C. Jteona pr sUn n ol ih.- Nailo-i
.! Bank of Coiiini. mi h.U'1 ih. j ip
imege hon.U ur g u 'in m I
a good r..U of InUrent and aie inn to
fee paid In full when the) me da
Pleasant ard Harmless. '
Won't drug the stomach to cure a
cough. Oi.e Minute t"uu?h Cure ctttit
the ;nucus diaivs tho lrfiaiimi.it lor
oat of thi throat lungs and bronchial
tubas beat soothes and curej A
quick cure for Croup and Whoupint;
Cougl) Sold by C. R. Itenfro.
OTHER VALUABLE RECOURCES
Tho report of th' I' to tleologltul sur-
VXT says mere Is uo gold In the Wlchltua
I'Ut tn concluabtn offer some enc-ourage-roaat
In the foUowltig purutuph
"While lb results of the inseHtlution
W-ie disappointing in u far as thev
fatfe-d 10 show the present.- of tht lx-
paetad or bodloa. Iho ragion la one of
ilhar valuaMa rosuwoas. The grunlte
wtiloh la so abundant is suitable fui
luOdiag purposes and Is at muny point
OMcctl-Trntly situated fo uu-iiilng Tin
lmcat'nea ate avuUuble foi tin. mauu-
4v..... w. .ii. Uiuic o ivr.iauij
AAm4 Iff rtlitl 1ml ln.ll .trl..t .vti.ifit I. ... j
.. .. . . ..
ter change so as lo wan nu lint mi. r it
ir. truit Industry 11k-
vprings fou: d near tl .
Mil reservation .c lK1.
ol larger dtpoMla of ill
s-'.-il (...! .1.
M I 1.(1 i.f K"l I
ii gas and tho
i vci II. it bull itf -he pi ail ii a and val-
h J uo.nblned with good w.itei rtstiun.es.
ffird the busts fo.' i; huge uud Hulling
papula Ion '
You can trust a medicine tested 60 years
I Sixty years of experience think of that J Experience with
Ayer's Sarsaparllla; the origins! Sarsaparilla; the strongest
barsaparlll; the barsapiiia
i blood weak nerves exhaustion
Hi! 5. A. UAWtON.
For over a yenr I linve eufiereU intense
ogtmj frwm nerv inn debility and protr-
Hon. 1 could ne t her eat nor tieep and wa
reduced to a itirre stiudow. The doctor
retmrnmenriei Various kind" of treatment.
I noneof whicu i.et)fi me. They finally put
nc on your lwht run jn.in nt.vf
and In two months it liaa cotrpletely re-
tored me to health. I am able to )eep my
bVfcCt'tete good and I hcv gained rapidly
in flmh. . . ..
I am very thankful to be aole in -Mom-mend
your medicine to all Mtflercri. Mac.
A. Da woi 810 l'leaaant Ave. N. x . 0.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
DnIMs np the rerve ttwtteg tonea np the
heart pi vet power to the brain strength
and elasticity to the inuccWr rich nets to
the blood and stimulate circulation. It
bring into action all the vital forces mafcti
digestion perfect and enables you to get
from food alt the nonrlahmrnt it ooutalnk.
It le invalanble for overworkel men tired
nervous delicate women and sickly dill
dren. It it a promoter of pood hcnlth and
longevity makes the old young and keeps
the young utroiuc.
Duffy's Pure St alt 'Whiskey cures coughs
col. la catarrh grip broncliitlt consump-
ti' a and all dbeatei of throat and luujs.
CAUTION. When you aik your drucstit er
grocer for Dully 't Pure rUlt NVhlakey be sure
you get the genuine. It a the only abtolutely
pure medicinal whltkey and It fold In sealed
bottlet only. Look for the trademark thn " Old
Chemlit" on the label and make aurctlis Deal
over the cork If not broken. Price J 1.00.
Dully Malt WfalikeyiXKHDany Rocheitcr N. Y.
C MASSES OF WEEDS. O
The pnitureR of Texas hnve bee.i no I
1 mllv eaten out uni'er the fencing -li
n that gie.it Milium of i.oxloun w ei'i
lue pririfc up 'n.l a thev ir im-ltipl-mg
on the fice of the iiirth the land own-
' r lui-e taken on a gre-it exiperatloi
nleh has I Ut them on the run to gi .
lid of the nuisance They ha nuturuli.
lit inon the jer.iHe conchmlop that th
i -h w i' U do hla la to employ tin.
fc.'lili n tin. .' it' ill li . i md 'I'JI'llI'
tin piKt x in hi' In. i i'Ii I i nun .1.1
r.i lain pun i.'-ed In tin l'i i ' ill V
i id i'liwlaji o h itim lawn mow
oi tin i;n it miii pintuiiM Tlil lil i thi I
t Hi I will io i i ii m ' i i i w in ii kIm 'p h i .
W .aid In ill inooili mi a'lil it in ilii
Minn of t'UI ' liallili pi ople 1n pu fin
lllloi all' nl 111' PI hi n I ( X is mil
i n taki up viih l i p It N tlnn fi
Minn f oui folks 'o lilt the high 1 1 n
llh oni. uf tin Ir .itliK itDi liotioi. -lmr
Fh h' and Faini
Cmollnc stoves it pair' d t.y L Bon-
htfetino -Acrk Ih tu.tiunteed. Leate or-dti-x
.it ColLu s furniture store phone lb8.
KINGMAN COUNTY GOLD
'Find" Mr.de in Sand Uttd for
1 In liin in 1 K 11 lay ) i.i ad. i -(-i 11 -
I'l (. I'M ill .ji" Wlll'l I'l' II'
il .1. ' 1
l ' ! K gl I II I 1 I' 11 r.
wilt i.sliajf about lot riKil .1
.' mo hi lln ill 1 ? 1 1 1 .' 1 . 1 1 1 1 ut tlpii
tli Inl 'llffiii.it on 11 thiuns.li-
i it tl is it mlt til ing In a 1 mi 1 a of 1 uul
ll it tin 1 night l tblt to Mini aoiie
(in 1 1 -t mi l.d It fm t it Ir pmiiuat
.1- ' i i.uii. t t 1 1 ill j 1 I. 1 1 in I
' It 11 . a' 11 tn li lii lit of tin Iota auli
lulltiil tint 1'iHl'i.H of ((ol I ll.'!. bi-tn
liatwiitd Tin d icon 1 v wua made hy
111 old iiuntr rtaldlnK In this ltlnltj
mi a urn o' tin. 4'Jiih hi the fallfor-
il' gold listo-itti lit w.i! atirailitl lis
Ih pttallHr appeal. nit t of tht th.rid and
ii 1 aivUied a aniull si.npU of It and
tot k It home t"h lil 11 and 1 inin-.l It
. htn li d Mlt'itd thai he wua correct In
ui opinion fur there wua gold In It ul-
1 hough Juki In what qu..mltj has not
itt I ten Jeleiininnl. as the "ample pan
of -uind w a a iinnll one
riie niiitU"- li lit lug kpt a atciet be-
iwten the ni n who fault d the s.uid the
ii'.tr win n hi w ih h'tuilug tht aamplt
arlio s Ut in 01 the secret he luivlnr
obnritd the nuslerious anions of the
mint r when he was luvmlng the sample
I a the Band was set ured along side of
Iht publu ilal'e.ai on the land bt-long-iiig
to ant.'iir pai'i Its lot itlo. will be
K.pl t aur. I until furtht 1 ! Vtlp i-g
1 .. ui turn tut- ih in.it
plain fm If go'ti should be found In exist
I .Tuj.kji - i.i...
.. tT vv(ir.ariai..ii- nuaiHr aa -
-(I'l'l Mill w" m -It- to lo tf c'1 s. 11 id
i 11 thin t.iltn iLut ihtr will bt 11 n-g-1
-' ui" J. 1 111H1 at nil It Ik wle
ui iht. f.lat (1ji.u 11 to lei. 1 .111 jii'j'u
until the proper time that they may 'gt'
li. on the ground flooi " A several per-
in lu.vt furBMied s.uuples of sand th
ruhlh will wf course -jet busy In Ihelr at-
'(iiiit o 101. itu Hie god mine
the doctors endorse for thin
3 O Aytne.
jaiweii at us.
I v Mil din I ih
I o c o o
".it h n'ore '.ii -"li the cnrl
no llns tendeitcy thin I ri il
I o o o o
iitTr thin;" being .'inl the lienrt
fiii i'ig anl.iiil ia fie 'us ou to bu
o o c o
1 in no' nlwn:" t"i iniimf 'hat mukth
i in. Boni'tln'" I. In hungi r
o o o o
i I in rimti.r furnl'i ilinn feed ami
i. i i n: irnkea the hem milk and beef
o o o o
I M inure Win' Waste i.n Piuih feitlllty
i in 'In field rn t tv'il In th' a.erige firm
o o o o
The niot exp nle fivi 1 ir th.i miv d
h itliln the t-to.k Iras th.n they can
o o o o
A louifu vnv of doing thlnga savei
in nh time but c must Imcrovi thu'
mutuie when we .40
The firmer who Fthka to the old. re-
t irdlend of impio.eii wn) of d 1! i
things ! 1 bta Ic-er
Large site Is not t. "imirllv of Kr"i'
I nport ince In raising beef ctttle thoug1!
i.ukk growth .n.l enrlv maturity are
Mor' cpi-f. Ih needed not to o ifeJ
wher. grr-.i d 'eed is fd th 'n when
vhole gniin li used
For me it ic In on'? a s eondary ion-
i. di ration provided onl tho animal Is
fat smooth and tt'm.
Whether nlhiwed tj suck the cow
n.llk will remain there to soil It and 1.1-
j..rt lti flavor imd keeplpg mu illtles
ows will change from d.v to day In
thr amount of so.ldk In their milk and
cneciully In th amount of butur fat.
Colts requiie plenty of exercise 'n order
to deielop their limbs and inuselea when
ll-'lr bodies aie ri owing rapidly
Milk containing email fit globules pit's
Vih its trenm very si 1 urd Impei-ftct-'
As a .ulfc )i.ig fat globules make
.he best Lutter.
Creum si tuld be churned as soon as
It brop-es rllgh'ly aold If souring
Mf neyond this tin acid begins to cut
nd w vsto the butter fat.
Hot-he breeding r-3qulri v more capital
I more profitable If successful and ln-
volics Urger losses If not than any other
kit d of stodt bred-Una;
Horses for hard work should not be
too iat. If in Rood stixuig flesh they wilt
ttund up to work better and suffer less
f-om heat than If very fat
With horses a heavy dilnk after eating
Ir. apt to wash the undigested food out
uf the stomach into the Intestines where
Il -alll ferment and cause colic.
Commence In good MUmon to get ready
fo- spring work so th it There need be no
di lay l-i sowing or planting Be readj
tf tuke advantage of the lirst favorable
There Ik a dlffeien. e bt-ccn food for
pioinotlng growth and that for making
' .t fii-ov tie ml'ii.il lil ne t.ittinlng
It Pinn i.tn re- ini(i. to grow more ui
! 1 xp. in- t 10 -Iat ai-j monthu than
. 1 . 'ti r
' lib tin 'lil' tow eapei'lallv. vcrletj
In food l.ti import int in fec'lng for
ii ilk ..id then Is ll'tl W miter In g-ttin'!
' o gnat a nilitv as lonj us Uiey are
.1! i(.(l substantial 10 1
Hf ovcienuil in the traitting of the
mmg Iioikpi Tf.ich them one thing at
tipie and tea h that thoroughly before
'ii bt gin oi something else. Tile grow-
iii. t.olt noils to he tin eK ;.d gradually.
A Dinner Invitation.
After a hearty mal a de of Kodo.
Oyhpepgln Cure v'IH prevent an attacl.
of Indlgsniitni ICot?! is a tt.orouRh
(Hestiit and a rirmran'eed iuru for
Indlpe-ti ir. Dyeippsiia Qas on the
Stonmrh. Sour Klsings. Pad Drealh
and pll st Jinara tinuhles. N. Watklna
Losriii Ky r- "I crn testify to
irif tificuty of )Calal In 'he curt of
Sininth Tnmlilo I was -tfllo'ed with
i Monuirh riviiblc for fifteen y. ars and
ha taken six hot 'lea of ycur Kodo'
which ha-s cntiit-l.
cured me The vx lmttlf-
worth $1C0 to nn ' Puld V
Attention Cunfederste VMsrans
A mtitlng of ('nip Ji'ilsim V C V
ia hertb i.ilb d to mt 1 1 at my offite la
the Cia blotk iii of lii.thriv Satuidai
Mau'i .1 at J p 111 foi the purpose of
making aiiangi mt nta to partlt lp.itc In)
thi annual 11 union to bt In lil at Ixiuik-vi.lt-
K iu Jutns of this year. All con-
fed rate eterans und sons of confeder-
ate vetnuns In Logan county nie request-
ed to be prem nt. V M JONK8
Are You Going BastT
In makl ig otir i iiangtmeiita for your
vocation thla summer It would be well
lo consider convenience and suving of
time The Wabush with its own ral'.s to
8t Louis Detroit. Toledo Pittsburg ant!
Buffalo Is the shortest lino niukts ihe
best time and fumlshts the boat accom-
i iit.tua(ivi.. iiiiougu serwiv to New
' l'...!. 1 tl...
.'in nun iiiLiuii.
Ak iuui local tkkt.1 ugi.it for ticket
over the Wubush they all sell them
MI8S DUNHAM' EN SRTAINMCNT.
T. looted Young Woman Win Qvi Re-
cital Ir 3uthne.
"Miss Dunham Is 'vary nae na an eater
taluer." Klfcm Daily News
'Her power of .Itflr-oattaa a4 pres-
aitr has that -asy and avlara grace
lilth denotes ei.ivful loaning To luur
he i once create a i'.oire to hear her
lM tin ' - I.OU e M. toiulsh. orulory an 1
physic il culture Rurltugtoii Inxtliut-
"SkM Is mt vmj awt.iral ui M Ucr uurk
that her hearers foi get they art nut
li i nlng to and i.eeliu; reajlil : Eld.)-
i -ii rntn-n
Are Ycti Growing More Attractive cs
You Advance in Life?
W the mind keeps itself occupied
wiui rigm ininaing is luipos-
sible to be plain ugly or un-
interesting in late life says
ijno wnecier wticox .n "New
Thoughts MaRatine." "The witherrtl
and drawn faces of many indicate with-
ered emotions and drawn and perverted
ambitions. The dried and sallow face
tells the 6tory of dried up sympathies
and hopes. The furrowed face tells of
acid carets eating into the heart." "He
who understands his own divine nature
will grow more beautiful with the pas-
sing of time. Are you growing more
attractive as you advance in life? Sindy
yourself and answer these questions to
your own soul for in the answer de-
pends the decision whether you will
roallv love antl trust."
"Given a healthy body" says Dr. U. V.
Pierce the specialist 111 woman's dis-
eases of Buffalo N. Y. "and a healthy
mind and every one can cultivate and
enjoy happiness." Riches do not make
happiness nor does it do to worry about
to-morrow. Do what yon can now. Do
the best you kuow how then boldly
face the after-a-while. In nine cage
out of ten the person who worries who
can't sleep o'nighu and feels blue and
at discord with all the world is the per-
son whose stomach is not quite right.
TO BK BEAUTIFUL.
We must eat to live. We must eat
properly to be beautiful and to be
healthy. Digest well. If one article
of food doe not agree with you trv
another. Rut don't try cosmetics until
you have corrected every fault of diges
tion. I'retty women often sacrifice
their beauty to digestion. It is a fact
that any form of dyspepsia may in a
lew nays transform a clear white skin
into a muss of pimplee and black spots.
A beautiful woman has the beauty of
her stomach. The oft quoted phrase
"The way to a tnau's heart lies through
n stomscn" is true in a nu (Ileal sense
for a distended stomach caused by in-
Through Sleeping Car Servic.e
Santa Fe and Missouri Pacific
TO ST. LOUIS MO.
Commencing Juue 1. 1904 Santa Fe train No. 116. will
earn a through Pullman sleeping car from Purcell I. T
to St. Louis Mo. via. the Missouri Pacific Railway from
Kansas City Mo. The Missouri Pacific Railway has efjrt
trains dally each pay between Kansas City and bt. Levis.
First class service in every respect sleeping pal-
lor and chair cars electr'c lights electric fans and elec-
Ask your agent to sell you tickets via. the Mlssoun
C. E. STYLES A Q. P. A.
Kansas City Mo.
When You Think of I
WALL PAPER or
PAINT think of the
' ' '
digestion will cau;c heart pal-
pitation. If the stomach is
inflamed or dyspeptic the
blood does not get the food it
require. If the blood is wa-
tery If it has accumulated poi-
sou every other organ of the
body will suffer heart liver
lungs and kidneys treat the
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery maintains a per-
son's nutrition by enabling
one to eat retain digest ana
assimilate the proper nutri-
tious food. It overcomes the
S nitric irritability and symptoms of in-
igestion and thus the person is saved
from those symptoms of fever night-
sweats headache eta. which are so
common. A tonic made up largely of
alcoliol will shrink the corpucles of the
blood and make them weaker for resist-
ance. Cod liver oil makes the sto-nach
groan because it is irritating. What is
needed is an alterative extract like Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
made of roots and herbs without tho
use of alcohtd that will assist the stom-
ach in assimilating or taking up from
the food such elements as are required
for the blood also an alterative that will
assist the liver into activity and cause it
to throw off the poisons 111 the blood.
When we have accomplished this we
have put the system into a fortified con-
dition so strong that it can repel the
germs of disease which we find every-
wherein the street cars the shops the
factories the bedrooms wherever many
people congregate or where sunlight
and good air do not penetrate.
"It has been seven months since using
Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery
and I only used three bottles of the med-
icine when it made me feel like a new
man" writes S. A. Miller Esq. (care of
Mr. Amos Hyre R. D. 10) Daton O.
"I had doctored with two local phy-
sicians for quite a long time without
receiving any benefit and became dis-
couraged. I read of the wonderful
cures your medicine had made for others
and concluded to try it. I can testify
to the merits of your medicine and feel
very grateful for the benefits received. I
felt all worn out and had an awful misery
in my back for two years but noticed
a change for the better when I began
using your ' Golden Medical Dscovery.' rt
" I feel it a duty to write and tell you
how much good your medicines have
done me" writes Mrs. Robt. Mutrhead
of Orchard Lake Mich.' "When I first
wrote you I was in very poor health but
1 your medicines have helped me wonder
fully and if I hod taken them a little
longer I would have been entirely cured.
Am going to get some more of your
medicine right away. I do not think
there is a better remedy for indigestion
and pther diseases that people are afflicted
iviiu ni una nine 111 inc. year itm.n yuui
Golden Medical Discovery.' "
E. E. BLECKLEY T. P. A.
Guthrie Wail Paper
& Paint Company
119 East Okla. Ave
Jr lu x JLn a
Has always satisfied
patf ons on job work.
It's fully equipped to
do all kinds of com-
mercial printing on
short notice The I
work is always up
to the standards
The Leaders' Big
Blank Book Man-
nfactory is well
known all over
the S outhwest
on account of the
splendid books it
The Leader uses
ods and machinery.
THE DAILY LEADER
10c a Week Delivered.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1905, newspaper, March 22, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72413/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.