The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 84, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 3, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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THfc T.tAfJitt. Gl'THnitt. OKLA
WEDNESDAY MAY . 1S05
THIS IAN IS
JOSEPH ADAMS OAVK
SWINDLER. CAUGHT IN
LEADER OF TOUGH GANG
Notorious Criminal Wanted
in Many Places
Ministers. Doctors and
Vtc usd Recommend Daily's Pure Mtk
TMkr tfee Oaly BKecth Cure iet
I-wag Stemaak aad Nerveta DJkk.
HOtfWtlWr farMpw." 'w'l??
1th 40 years I had been afllirted with dys-
pansfesmlMrrOBS pfwtwMon. At Mw I
WaMrei down I could not attend to tny
ministerial tlwtk. Could neither Mtiw
sleep. I began taking IhifTy's Pure Malt
WhWlwy. It gave tne strength helped my
digestion settled my verve mhI T gained 10
pounds In erne month. I recommend those
vrbo aw weak broken down nerrotis to
take body V Oreetiieaf Hka. January
Dtt. BOWNB FItESCIUBBD "DUF-
ITTB" fiS YKAR8. " 1 liave found that in
rmeomonfci grip ami other esktisUg die-
cams my paflenta www- fall Jwend fa-
vorably to Ongy's lliw Molt Whiskey.
Taaenasdireeted it $ Iwtind to relieve and
permanently tre eowrarnptlon " Dr. S. H.
iiowne lUogiiton H. J. Aog. K.10OI.
TJR. THOMAB MORAS TE2ATKIVAJJCB
WORKER SAYS: "I liars lived In Roch-
ester. N. Y. for almost TO years ami people
know I am n strict temperance man but I
nnhealtaUnglyTecoRiinend Butty's rare Malt
V.'hhkey for the great good it did me daring
my illness. Two months Bgo I was so weak:
from bronchitis I could not mise my head.
1 had a low f evei ami nil the symptom nt a
relanae. Tlie doctor ordered your wutakey
and i wonM not be llring to-day but for Its
use. It made me strong Vigorous better
than I bare been In year." July 98 1901.
For over half a century men and women
prominent lit toe airairs or tue uauon urtb
(men gslngand endorsing Duffy's lura Walt
Whiskey as the one certain mire and preven-
tive of dteeane. The opinions of a few Of
them are published in a booklet wbUsh we
mail anyone free on retpscst.
The unrivalled record of this splendid
medietas is over 4000000 cures. More than
7000 doctors use 't in tlieir homes and pre-
ecribolt regularly in their practice and it's
aed oxxduefvely in over 2000 hospitals. IVa
m absolutely pure dbUUation of nmlt scien-
tifically combined with medicinal ingredients
Of highest quality. It ncU directly upon tho
diseased organs and parts in a natural man-
IMS' and strengthens and builds up the entire
system. It contains no fusel oil. Every
testimonial k published in Rood faith and
A BANQUET IS GIVEN
Ferguson n n tl
(Bv Asiat. i! rif"i
Denver Colo. May In ih arrest j
of .Ic.spph Advaia. alia- lev pli Decker
alias John B Wilson. ih U'cal police
swthor'tte believe that ihev have
captured the leader of t nc of the most
niOtTTiJHs gangs of buik swln.llers in
The arrest was mndp bv A'Pistant
Supe lntendent Elmer K ln ttvnian of
the Pinkertens aaslpi.d l Ptu-ctne
Georpo Sanderm of the ' force
AdBii s was captured l the officers
whori ly after leaving a ritaurant on
Fifteenth street He a clad in the
garb of a priest wlien taken
Adams Is said to be wanted in nesr-
Jy every city of consequenee in 'he
country. Highly educated a man of
greal personal magnet i on .-nd a fluent
talker he is regarded as one of the
smoothest criminals the poltoe have
ever had to pit their forces against
Bis principal role is Uiat of a Cath-
olic priest or an Episcopal clergyman.
In these characters the police say
thai Adams has worked his way into
the highest society and gabled r
trance to places where otherw'.P
would not have been able to ea- put
his schemes Some of the shrewdest
bankers and financiers ir the country
have fallen victims to his wiles. His verocerlor Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey le sure
acta became of such moment that the ti&tf$l&&
Bukf.' Protective association finally ; fejj-.eveln task .. ij?
took up the matter and placed Ul rand make aure'the eal over the cork Is not
. . .. n.i.0 .brokea..lHce.ai.00.'UalyWtAYi.likey&4
uur lii iuo ituuuo i w. i iinviwi.o. oCtaSlCr;C4 it.
If qne-half of the charges against him
can be proven tho manvwlll remain for
the rest of his natural life behind the
Adams is 34 yoare old. He was born
In Pulaski county Kontucky jnnd Is
said to belong to q prominent farrtljy
In tho Tlhio Uias stale. He possesses
thci natural grace and- innate courtesy
of the trim Southerner. With the ox-
C0nriai of n term or two )eare-pnt
at Sing Sing Adams has always .as-
caped punishment far bbvcriiHO.
CAUTION. When you ak yoor dranirt m
$100 Rewjird $100.
Tho reniVra .f thli paper will be
please 1 Lo lenrn that th"'e is at least
one dr a led db.ise that science has
Leen able to c ire in all Its stages
and that in Catarrh. Kail's Catarrh
Cure is the only posithe cure now
known to the n'elil fraternity Ca-
tarrh betas; a ;.TOitlt(tiocM okwse
rcjtilreF a ocnstituUoaal treatment
Hall's Catarrh Cu-o is taken taferu
ally acting dlrtctly urwii the blood
.and mucous aurfares of the &ylem.
thereby detroyl'g the fmindadan of
the disease and giving 11' e patient
-etrength by bmldlrg up tis oonmltu-
lion and awrietlntr nature a doing ite
work. Th'. prgfirlators nave hq unuch
falth la ua cnitlva powers tbst they
offer One Hondred Dollarj Ux any
caeo that il fsMls to euro. Soud ifor
Iwt of teatlmoolnlB.
Address F. J. OHUNBY & CO. To-
Sold by all Drtffiglhtx. 7Cc
llal.e Hull's Family Pills for an-bUptlon
company has tnen refused copyr'gnt oi
her tt.vje name by the reglter of copy-
tights In the f'l'iai-y of conirretM.
Carlotta NeUmm who retired frort
William Paverhnni s company In Ltty.
will ehortly r.ill frr Burope to pass the
greater purl of taw summer.
Theodore Bun -Sayre's "Tom itrre"
uas the pla" chosn by Altrw Slack
for fits debut in Australia. He ay It
alvired the IbimedUtc hit of ttw star.
Augusta I'lto'i who h-ia twen spend-
li s the winter on hU pl.uiUition m Flori-
da has returni d to Nrw York to urrangv
foi Ctutunccy (1 ntt'x tour next season.
T IMnlel Frawlcv who la aoon to b-
jtin it M irrlnv t mi In K inxouiV Tollv
on fit Jt"'U rttst ! pl.uuivit u pr-
i it it t'ompiiiiv In Nm lork next umaon
under his on .nanatrt iih nt
Jerrolti fhrpnrU li.i tlgnctl tw
nr' contrm t iui .xral m.i.mKT for
linrcy -intl aifort' tht piny dtlrt Ho
will t-onttnur- 'lis dijimutl work iutving
kontracta -foi to new pUtys lo be pro
duced next luiMin
Florence Oeruld hiivlng olow-rt the w i-
oti with ' iiit- County Cmih-.ium. )wt
coined the At aa ir ntotfc company at U'f
Alcar t i.it i In Hun .Frunc iat-o h
(uean Cnlhrlne In "WUiit Knlahtheod
Wm In Slower "
FOOTi-ICHT FACTS AND FANCIES.
William C Kofh ftl produce a near
l.iWi Iiuawi by Hal IleiU ext seuaon
OabrJQe & Vr.nunilo is aiw;' to be writ-
ing a txugasty test J nn tr tt of Nero.
Th- W'Uwa tno In ilioli Uorirmn iom-
eu akcich see niidiink Ul u ilio Or-
Hat .Weather RII1.
retvons urfln.td with pllw a'muld b
tfosestnl .at ihla aeoson of the yeur Hat
weathar iinU bml drinking wuter con-
UjlMit to 'he conditions vrtikh maku
Jlles ware painful and iktneixiue D
Witt'j Witch Htwl Salve stqna the pain.
liriva out "ie aweneaa and cures Oet
ibe geiuiltit 1m trinj: the nunx- of E C
Utttltt & Co child by C B. Kf-ifi-o
MJSS W0OP FILES SUIT.
uharc Sacratary U3tb and Others
With 0streying Tom Platfa
letters tc Msr.
Oiannlng si'k h in been ! it
the Lelliler i-ompmy to drunm-iiit
the Biahop's Ca' mn "
Van Hartley l mtollailng wiik the
l'esbli activrs Kirx mdru Viarda tor u
tour nfxi Bcaaor la lH-torah "
Cluiries Wurntr vim r-ttirn to AmerlM
ir.unaenient. and pUy The Cuell-r '
l t-xt ason uih1i OharVa Frotinn a
Chirlee T AUIrlv.ii) for ouny -eara In
uude villa will be iun nt seairon In jl
fiM-kKlraaa entitled ' Hem Bervlco
diaries Frohnuin h.ta obtained the
American rights eX "The Hurt." a drunia
by Henri IivoUui wlucii hum been -
ucc.u in Paris.
Omabs. NeiJ. M iy S Mlaa MUy
ood L.K Iol.y till 1 Id the dlstrHt
court a ii.i.Tt.i wait aa.liut Robert J
Wynne. Win lueb amelury to Frm-
dent fUfc-k.i i iuJ J Ha) I in HniU1)
Mhoin tht -n i!(! W)'li having destroyed
n number of l-iier imihuI by her from
bm.itor Koi of Nrw icrk Xias Wood
rtiltee -l l i jlh tiie eondilioidt thtt led
tc the securing the let;eia by the dw-
foidama itrd uafca the nuit te award
In r tJi OoO diimaa-ej SHe bud conlntcte J
lo pubiiah a book f wbieo tlieao letter
formed the UtSia.
' Mia Wood iUlegea that farmer ftkst-
I i-uivlvr Uen ml Wynne met her at r.
Iiomc In Wttablngion wbert; be delaln-
eu her for two days and by tbravu and
fere took from her tho alleged love
The charges as lied name gret Rob-
en J Wynne eotwttl gen ill te Ian-
don. Was. loob secretary to Freaident
F.ooaevt and J Martin Miller oooaul
lo Alx La Chapclle Uerinaa) alleging
that the defendants hat eonarlrod to
Charles Hawtrev wlH -ct a new ptay . obtain poweeekNi. and did obtain poaeee-
Wmomw afienoon in New Vork. "TM mm or book whleh she hu oomtiUbw
aKlendtd :.lf- wnttrn
Oeorge V Jtawirej
by his brother.
Catherine Cooper of the Funtanu"
under tho tltie of ' The Love Letters at
u Boea ' which letteia. MlM Wood at-
hit wire written to hci by L'nlted
h'utea skn. tor I'ho.uua C. Pintt.
j) Hair Vigor. Gives to gray
nat mII 4wt ntm t.itr mIaI. mImm
p W so natural to early life. Checks
fE falling hair; keeps the hair soft
m and smoofh and prevents split-
tlnr t the ends. fciraSi
Shawnee Okie. Mt a The tnnquct
given Filtl it n'ght by the Rebettih Oete
i Ifit N ' in hinor of ihe Mth
nilu i ( o I rHnwhlp. was i
rid ii'-w ii iiify pnitbulir md
Ilio t ln h lii I i re oi nMevl UK
it il-iH j: h ! nn r nee of tli ir
i PI 1-' i-i"i i
t 9 ! o I" k F W lii l trnioiinr" I
li ippti ti of I ie f n-in. i .1 Okl i-
hom i An m hi o'- a r i altera
iimiiM tt tie top n tht Blips Moling
lo He enti ite of th b'g hi 11 i 11 rti-
mxtid the R-i-ior to the at o' Ii i lor
in the Iflft rid" of Grand Miuu: J l
lo-i of :ln(ffiher
In Hi- 1 ti of Oowrnor Fergo-in -it
Cteome B McKlnnh) from the itlfht of
t i iiml M 't Mii Jtirlffe P O. Caaaldy
i ir-lid 'he Hrt aen'
The tiirti-i ia m iiier of remonles.
iind hhi topulitlon Joi ullln Unit plneo
In iifflileni to gru tniotei Mipii'nr qu il -
f unions The 1udai mif. In tltie humor
nd from hi miate.ful l'tiih t there
iur 1 foith rlrtba i'"l atni'm" of wl
nnd hiimor ih Kept the lurgi nudl-
i ' in an uproar during i.fti lull In 'be
Next tn th. J'ldpf Mr Dnatm .it nnd
rddej gn-ntly to he npieurame of thut
umiy of Oklihomu a fmiiw aon
A ahort btmlnean aewloil wiui held dur-
hin whhh om nllteea on p-wmanetu or-w-iiii'tatioa
4iid conauliutinn nnO. by-Hwa
tor n Pott iwiitomle countj celebi-etlon
araoclutlon were read And adopted After
this tht following prog-tum wue ren-
Wri'timo address by Dr Walker The
roctor a discourse was spkialld He told
nf the m.ny virtues of the order of Odd
ri lmwa ani paid a lw-nutlfid tribute to
i hi Indleti of the auxiliary the Rebekaha
urln hit tomarhs tlwv doctor enld
Bnthera e wrkome yon to our levely
lty with outatrct.het arma una slstirs
we welcome OH In the aaine way."
lUKthe Durham ot Tecumsuh was nest
mtrrotueed as the Hill Nye of the tvenlns;
In i ahort l'peech he rvponI. eatcellent-
I. to the iddreas it welcome.
Mrs Oeorge Batts kept the audience
i! i jood humor with piano solos Mrs.
Ivater know all about in ualc thaja can
Ii' h uncd. and hei tethnlquc M ot the
noat Hnlt "h.iriKter
A'i r Jnatue Durham concluded tlt-
le )el! and Mabel &Mtea ming a duet
tin won for Hit in p .wiy minpliments
Mr fiites thilr nuthir. accompanied
on the piano
Mn ixll ClcUnd noble grand of
Gnte City lodse No Lit) of Rebekahs
deflvered the adreaa of welcome 10 stotera
of that older and se covered herself
Oovcrnor Ferguson was then Intro-
Oucfd uuil be talked ftt some length on
"Illher Ideals in Our Government. '
Ue paid high tribute to Joceph Folk
of Mlsaouil and LaJFollett oi Wiscon-
sin nnd reached hi climax by de-
cbirtng that corrupt machine politics
must be eliminated. The gwernor vas
given rnoet gpsnerous oppuwiae at the
close of his speech.
Orund Master J. D. Meet of the ter-
ritory then made a few remark on Odd
Fellowship which wae followed by MlM
Mtgfe lister with a vttt JausIiaWe reci-
tation. Post Mastet MoKbinls made some
pithy remarks on governmental condl-
nosa that caused the audience to aay
Mlswea Albiiunh and F.nley Sting a
duet that was highly enJoyd
F A. Rob rtaoi made a short and
htimoroua Ulk which pleased the uudi-
tnte Alter alnlng illexstd Be the Tie
Tint Binds.' and rcelvln.g the bene-
ikuon. tin. ladies paratd b tho jjov-
unoi Ahikh.K hunda uiul rearlaterlnK
-hell mimti lr i Ixuk to be kept by
Ihe lodgi the aentlemen followed the
hillra inri utter I'iunthntng thi rwtlater-
mjj of names the entire attendance pro-
ceeded to the Uirquet hull and partook
of an vhigunt biuquet which loft noth-
ng lo be desired by the innor nvin
The company at a l'..e hour left for
their various homes winning; that alm-
ibtr pleasumbie eventa would come of-
tenir in life
tJ& BBBBBSSBt M0L teK. BSn SBh SSBBB SB BBB BsV 9s H'a
for infants and Children.
The KM You Have Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Sn Use For Over 30 Years.
tkc ecHTaua eoannr tr uuantT aTBcer. Ncwioaa env.
of the Irrmlns bonrda and when about
hve mlinites Intel Mis Olher went out
ihe foi ml him lying on the around J-vid
He Vuid ivldmtly fatten wll.le carrbig a
hey lo id nnd the doctors snj. whs
dean befoie he fell Either apoplexy or
heart fnlln-e nniai have been the ca'o
of his d 11 tli
Mi Rod wa iery old at lenat 70
jiiira of nste but was vrv atrons; and
mllie Nothlns; is known of his fam-
ily or oiinti tlnna except what can be
learned rim his jwipvre e Hhas a aon
nnd diiiRhtir I New York and his
trienda h." wired th' m
Saved -.By Dyngmlte.
Sometime a flaming efy Is saved by
c-vniiinitina n skiee that the ftro can't
i rota Sometimes a omigb bangs on -K
lorg. yon feet us if nothing but .dyna-
mliu would cure it. Z. r.'Qrnjr at JOU-
lioun. Oa . writes: 'SMy wife liad a .very
iiHKTavated esmgh wbk kept her ivake
niRhis. Two physicians ceuU net heb'
l.ci 3o she to ir King's Xew J)ta"
co very or Oenaiumpiton Cewgiw and
Golds which euaaid her oough. xo hr
kj) and flntJly ourod her." BuMictly
acknttflc cur fur bronchitis acl JUi
Orlgpc At ull dnsgeists prioe Wtc icud
.. nu.iruuleed. Trial bottle fnfc
Ate Yen Geenp. ast7
In nsaking your arnuogements for ur
vacatkMS this summer it would be web
to coneMer convenience and savins; of
time Tlae Wabash wltb its own rails to
8t Ixiuie. KHrtrolt ToleJa mttaburg and
Buffalo Is the shortest Una makes the
best tune assd furnishes (fee best 'accom-
modations. Through nnsilue te New
York and Boston.
Ask your leeal ticket sgeat ior tickets
over the Wshaeh. tbey all seat ibeuv.
'Live joe (Uurne i leaned atuf repear-
ca 1 will lie la un for a fev daya
oiJr- Cleaning wtkhout emtayUsT the
w.uer. If not aatlafACtory no pay. Phone
isiowa'a restaurant. W. R. Nichols.
An Only Daughter Cured sf Consumption.
When tfvnib was hourly expected aft
n medles hHving failed and Dr. H. James
van experimenting with the many herbs
or Calcuttu he accidentally made a pre-
p.. ration which cured his only chllu of
Coriaamptlen. Hie child now in this coun
try and enjoying the boai ef health. He
lu.. iproved te the world that Consumption
CMi be poaitivelar and permanently cured.
The Doctor new gives this lecipe free
cnl aalktng twe 2-cent stamps to pay ex-
ptt.seei This herb also cures Night
Pwcate Xausea at the Stomach and will
break up a. fresh iW tn twenty-ftr
bovire. Addreee CltKOOOCK CO . 1032
Kite -fit Ptiflaoelphla. naming this paper
tc Lnwton t n lh were going down the
lii'J nrnr the eoinirtla.iry depnrtment(
the hold hack broce the butts;) ran on
to the horae and the hjttet by klettlna
and running rweeedtd. tn oerturnln
f-e bnggv and throwing the occuponta
to th ground ouns; Tntap bad on
cf hta liffs broken and both mm wero
i idl cut up iml biulsed They were
taken to Kill where their pounds Wet
dresied tinipornrlly when they Were
hrmurtu to Lttwton.
IF YOU WANT
Soe the Be8t Two Dollar Low Siioo for Indies In Ok-
laliornn c.tll and examine ours all the New Shades of
tan in Bhieher and regular lace all the new and nob
liW iinitama t T)1s1 n.f1. I1....1.. T 3.1 rr!
"J lOvliIJO 111 JJIIlV-n. IVlliU DIUtllt'l jDilCD UlUtfllll X ttl Hi
and regular lace at $2.00 a pair they are excellent Hi
a a p nl i
A Child Can
Buy as cheap as a man at this store.
Plain figures .and One Price to all
Northern Settlers Convention.
Tor this eomention at Galveston Tex
April 21 to 23. inclusive the Missouri
Kansas and Texas railway will have on
sale round trip tickets from Guthrie at
a lute of one fare plus it. Tickets will
be sold April 19 and 20; final limit ten
duva from date ef sale. See "Katy"
lwtnt and ge.
Moat of the patent medicine testimonials
n pi-ohabt genuine The following no.
the reoentl appealed In the Atchlaon
iKna.) Qlobe "Joe Tuck a well known
t-nglmcr ruining on the Missouri Pac-
ific betwien Vilchltti and Kiowa lately
i.pp ared In a big one with a picture
and when he waa In thU nffce tor'ay
we asked him about It He says he
Imd terrific pains In his stomach and
thoiiB-ht he hud cnt.cer. Ills druggist
recommended Kodol and he says tt cured
him. Ie recommcndeil it to others who
were nlao cured." Kodol .Dyspepsia Cure
digests vh.it you eat and cures all stom-
ach troubles .Sold by C. It.' Renfro.
If you buy Anything in Shoes before examining
ours you will mis getting the most for your money
and the advantage of a lai'gn variety.
118 West Oklahoma Avenue.
V V. n QVM Prest. Fhask Dale v President. J V. PekhT V Prest
RoiiT. SfHt.BBHo. Casbler 11 W Paintbh N Mecvii.lkCartsh au Castiierk
1 GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
OLDEST IN OKLAHOMA.:
GUT Hit IE OKLAHOMA.
D. V. GUM. II F. Buwabm llBNnr K. ASP
ft FnAUK Dale. ZZ. a o C Uteutut. II. W. PAirrsn
7 if. muni o tf. umi num. - actlKHU. l I
THEY DRANK WOOD ALCOHOL
American iltosk Growers'' Assentation.
Tor Ihla event to be held at Denver
Colorado May Dtli te 13th the M 1C &
T. railway will have en sale round trip
tiehcts at rate of ene fare ptue ti 00.
Tickets on aale Mur 7ta. th and 9th-1
good returning te May tlet. For partlc-
uhirs about Mop-overs and diverse routes
see Katy's agent.
Time Tried ana Merit Proven.
One Minute Cougb Curw is right en time
when It comes to cirrinc Coughe Orsep
Whooping Cough etc It te yerttttly'
1-armlem pleasant 10 Uflse and Is the
children's favorite Cough Syrup. Sold
by C. R. Rcufro.
Southern Baptist Convention.
For this convention to be bald at Kan-
sas City. Mny JCtn to 17th. the 1 K.
A. T railway wiH have on sale Teund
ir n tickets en -sale May Mth to L2th In-
cln'lve good to teturn Jeavinc Kanaae
fit) up to midnight. May 27t.i An ex-
tenklon of roturn limit to June 5th may
be obtained bv depositing ticket witti
loint intent at Kanaae City and payment
of r.i) cents. See 'Katjr'e agent and faa
The Deth of Three Men in Puwhusna
Pawhusqs OKla. Miy 2 Three men
died hern todiy from the effects of wood
alcohol they haa drunk Two of the met
were employees of the Midland Valley
railroad while the third wus "vs '
Comlngtoa a resident oi this town. One
or two more are ill but probably will -e-
Cleared Far Action.
When the body Is cleared fei notion.
by Dr. King's New Life nils you can
tell It by the bloom of health on the
cheeks; toe brightness of the eyes; the
flrmnesa of the flesh and muscles; thc-
bitoyancy of the mind. Try them. At
al' druggists i'. cents.
I P -P
Phone 11 n Phone
Keep cool this Summer.
Let Us Have Your Orders Early
Regular Delivery We will
Guthfielce& Cold Storage Co.
Frd Tratfl Oris His Lac Broken.
KendrM' iBadly CutJUp.
gpeclsl to tho Dally Leader.
I e-ic . !la glav t. This afternoon
Fred Trmvt;. bt Jtaa been ririring the
delivery wagon for Mr. Maaler. of the
He cream fmtory tedk a load of c-e.nn
cut to Ft. Sill. He 'Wo accompanied on
the trip by Mr. aicKendry at the mineral
After deHrerhtg the 'meam at the fart
tile two men storied on Oie return trip
THE MORAL BAR
GRANT S PIKER prop.
Best Equipped and Most Up-to-date
Bar in the City.
Choicest Lines of Whiskies and
Bomestic and Foreign Cigars.
Service up to the minute.
108 E. Harrison
g 1 1 1 1 1 A
TROM HERE TO THERE.
And there s pure air. oure watsr and sunshine !
on the hill Just the ploce for a rest after the jj
luug nmici. J.I 3 IU6
Eureka Springs Ark.
ITERATED BY THE FRISCO SYSTEM
Round-trip tickets to Eureka
Springe on sale every day in
C. W. STRAIN D. P. A.
I When You :Tnkk of !
WALL PAPER or
PAINT think of the
Guthrie Wall Paper
& Paint Company
119 East Okla. Ave
J. B. FAIRFIELD
Goods Pa.cl:ed. Stored and Shipped to Order.
P110116 20 Offlco ana Yards 407-409 w. Krlson
ObserwiUan cafe oars now ta serrlae
aa Wabaatt day trains botwaer Kaasarf
Ctty aad Ht- Louis both directions and
an Wabash New Vork fatt mall train
H. J. Reed Strloken By Apoplexy This
Ppecial to Daily Leader
Mukeoe I. T. Muv S H. J. Hmh
Cropped irxd this morning at the board
ng bouse of Mrs OIimt 202 Bust Ok-
mulgee Mr ItOOd Wa ..11 gi it OI !!.. IWlllr
hat rcka and liming in r U u a ti.ni
l4m here about litu iik.u'Iik n .aains
the towv This ntvt u ik he in. a. rl)
In order to deliver nomt of bis wares
fcle beurtly and eeemsst W be in good
beAltti and apt its. Vbout f o clock he
nrnt to th bark yard to carry in so nc
Great Discount I
Gome and Secure the Bargains at
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Denver Enid & Gulf Railroad Co.
THE RED TRAIN
ON THE ALFALFA ROUTE.
TbJs train is tuscan red from tail light? '.to tender. It is
different from other trains in color and servici. Fre.s reclining
chair car modemoand comfortable.
Leaves Union Station. Guthrie every day at 9.30 a. m
arrive at Enid 11:30 a. m.t n time to connect with most of the
trains on the Rock Islind and Frisco north and south and in
time to take dinner at the Alfalfa Cafe right at the depot and
only a lew steps from the Friszo depot. Popular prices pre-
vail. Try It.
DON'T FORGET THE COLOR.
Kansas City Soiiihero Railway
Straight as the Crow Flics "
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF
PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF
CLIMATE SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER
RAILWAY IN THE WORLD FOR ITS LENGTH
Along its line are the finest lsnda suited for growlugsmall Kraln corn flax
cotton far ooromeralalupple and prat boroba-di for other fruita and ber-
ries; for commercial cantaloupe potato tomato snd general truck farms;
for auitarcane and rice uultivaiinn fur merchantable Umber for falsing
horses mules cattle bog Lheen iMultrj sud Angora goata.
Wrlla far Information Concerning
FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
Raw Colony Locations Improved Farms Mineral Lsnda Rice Lands snd Timber
Lands and lor copies ot "Currant EenU" Buslnstl Opportunities
nice Dooa re. v. a. ri oooa.
Cheap roand-ttiphomeseekers' tleketr on sale first and third Tuesdays or
THE SHORT LINE TO
"THE LAND OF FULFILLMENT"
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 84, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 3, 1905, newspaper, May 3, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72449/m1/2/: accessed July 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.