The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 136, Ed. 1, Monday, July 3, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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TMt t.EAlWrr aUTHRlE OKLA.
MONDAY JULY 3 105.
The tainted Uoqd of ancestors Inys upon the shoulders of innocent oft-
pritiff untold suffering 1y tTnwsinltUng to theni through the bloodi that
WJtrTihnsr ispuse. Scrofula: for hi Htarlv everv instance the disease can be
traced to sdme family blood trouble or
to Urer laws pt nature swelling uiceraung gianas 01 uic hcck cauirru
SuZZt$ElS Scrof mt& on the head ot ray UtUe
skin exupUons white swell- ndchlld ien onl l8 aK)nth8 old and sprenrt
n? hP. aiscase and other Japialy over her body. The disease next attitcfced
deformities. With a wasting the eyes and We feared ha would lose her siRbt
of the natural BtTfenfeth told it was then that we decided to try S. S. & That
vitality arc Borne of the Waj9 'Medicine at once made a speedy and complete
this miserable disease man Are. She is now a young lady and has never
Vests itself The poisorA had a sign of the disease to return
transmitted "through thcV5 S. 5th St. Salina Kan. Mrs. R. Brrklv.
blood pollutes jand weakens that healthsnstainin? fliid and in place of ks
nutritive qualifies fills the circulattn with scrofulous matter and tubercular
deposits ofteu resulting in consumption. A .disease which has been in the
family blood for generations perhaps or at least since the birth of the suf-
proves the symptoms all pass hway there is a sure return to health the dis-
ease js cured permanently while posterity is protected. Book on the blood
and any advice wished furnished by our physicians without charge.
1M SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATiAMTA. GA.
CANAL COMMISSIONERS MEET.
(By Associated Pre's8.f
Washington D. C July 1. The first
quarterly meeting of the Isthmus caual
commission was held horo today by
order of President Itooscvolt. 'The in-
structions of the President to 'govern
tho commission require four quarterly
"meetings a year to he held on the
Isthmus. Today's meeting Is tho only
exception that will bo mado to this
requirement and was made because ail
of the membara of tho commisElon with
tho exception of Governor Magoon Are
moy 1n this- country and the matters
discussed could he better handled here
than In Panama.
Malaria Makes P)e S ckly Ch'drti.
Tha Old b&ndard drovo'e TaiUclctm
Chill Tonlo drives out malaria oni builds
to. the kyotera. Bold by all dealers Jor
ifyear. Frice 60 cents.
OOod servans read the ad. They
finve learned that tho best places are to
Th obtained In thnt way without having
to pay commissions. Most of t)e poorer
servants can't read fit all.
PACKERS ARE CAUGHT.
Chcago federal Orand Ury
Chicago July 1. Indictment were
v- led ng.itnst. els'cii ptr'one ofBi'uls
of the four l-nckliifr cor orutlnrii by Ibo
'ctltnll frari) Jury fday. The indict-
ments cover charsca Jnc'udiHK -omb'na-llnii
Jn rrolnilnt of trails rpnspirrtcy lo
pumopo'UM trade U'irt re?cWl'-g and
granting rebates. The ote ni ununl-
moaa for Indlctmtnt. .U the district
Utiornoy's ofKco It was nJnilltel thut the
heads of the chief jvicklnB companies
art on tho indictment list.
Here It Reljef for Women.
If you have pains la the back Urinary
BUddcr or Klaney troubla and want a
certain pleasant herb remedy for wo-
man's Ills try Mother Orav'a A.atrallan-
Leaf. It Is a s&fo monthly regulator. At
Dn;rest8 or by mall 50cta garrplo
package FRLJ3. Address Tho Mother
Gray Co. Lcltoy N. Y.
On Thursday July 6th I will sell at my
fruit farm 1 1-2 miles mst of authrlo.
10S head of cattlo and various other
property. Terms 6 months at S por cent
C per cent oft for cash. Halo to begin
promptly at 10 o'clock. Lunch served on
grounds. J. 12. BALL
DIET FOR CONSUMPTION.
A Simple Remedy With all Medicines
Special to Dally Leader.
New York July SOonsumptlon Is be-
ing cured right her In New York and
'by ImpIo dispensary cure too. .
FJvp verified cases were discharged to-
day us entirely cured from iho' postgrad-
uate medical school and hospital whertt
all treatment was given.
Tho Institution authorities: made offl-
ial announcement pt tho refills
A remarkable feature of tlfo ouroa is
thut medicine played a very aniall part
in working them a scientlno piloting
having loen 'the principal method fol-
lowed. Ano'her noteworthy fnet is tliut tho
pa lion la a tailor n barber a clerk a
sales fvor-uii and an "L" guard oontln-
ued thvlr work duflng the treatment
which lasted from'two years. In tho cas
6( the tailor lo two months In tho ruse
of tho guard.
All tho Hires nro absolute aoeordlng
to Or. Blekerton and Uarstow author-
ities on pulmonary diseases.
Credit for the results Is given to Dr.
I F. Ilussell who with tho support of
the postgraduate authorities undertook
In Murca 1858 to demonstrate by a sc-
ries ot oxpr'mits that cases of im-
compllcateit pulmonary (uberoulssts cVluld
bi. successfully coped with by dlspensan
attention without obllglns tho tonsurep
ttveo tq leave IhU climate or abanCon
their worlc Since that time forty -Hyo
cases. Including the ones announced to-
day have Ueu passed as cured by the
The rruatment Is grounded on the fact
that consumption Is a malnutrition and
that tn a healthy body tho consumption
xerms have no ehanca of existence.. It
alms to bv)ljd UPtho body by a scientific
diet fas:. i than tho tllsea&e can breulc It
down In this diet varying though It
does wlt the drcumstHncea of Indi-
vidual cases eggs milk cheese and. fats
are prominent -the fat being detrfgned to
supply the rieceasary heat and energy
tbu a.ivltig the rotelds In the other
aubstattoa? fgr use In building up tlwue.
In order to make sure that the patients
consume the proper quantity Ot food
they are made to report at tho post-
graduate dUppsary twice a day and
drink thera aa L.vmuision of fata Tho
" M f
blood-kin n??xrjage.which is contrary.
lercr requires constitutional treatment a. a s.
is the remedy best fitted "for this. It cleanses the
blood of all scrofulous ttad tuberculous poisons
anakcS it rich and pure and under the tonic effects
of this crcat blood medicine the central health im
visits at the dlnpenmiry nre arranged for
the convenience of tho womthg people.-
and the 'Vines" as it Is called assem-
bles early fn the morning and after work
In tnj evening.
Evety Sunday morning the patients are
Weighed tho gain In pounds being both
an index of their progress toward re-
covery and ovid&tiea of their faithful-
ness In carrying out the proscribed rules.
Three Oood and Juct Reasons.
There are three reasons why mothers
prefer One Minute Cough Cure: First
It Is absolutely harmless; Second It
tastes good children love It; Third It
cures 4 Cov.Bhs Croup and Whoopjng
Cough when other 'rm(41C8 lall. Bald
by C. It. Kenfro.
Pagan' and" Christian. ""
Russian loyalty flows out of. Christian
devotion; that of Japan out ot raca
sympathy and unity. "
Thean sources of JoynUy are so utter-
ly unlike that the Russian Bource has
no exlstcnco at all In Japan; and the
political history ot Hucsla haB mado
loyalty of l-ace impossible. She has no
race sympathy oi unity.
It may ho that the world will never
see again on a grand scale the heroism
-which can bo kindled by loyalty of
race. Even Great Britain and Ireland
races are so mixed and there nro such
differences of speech and of ideals In
politics and religion that wide and)
deep race sympathy is impossible. V
have to substitute Joyalty to a flag.
That flag docs it is true represent to
us tho devotion and courage of our
kinsmen. But on every well fought
field Irishmen have home that flag in
the front of tho battle and yet thy
declare that it Is not their flag. Side
by side also with .the British ensigns
in tho Xow Countries in the Peninsula
ana in the Crimea' where our soldiers
have won renown there havo been the
fiag3 of other fjounlrie3 in alliance
Tho little Island Power in tho Paclflo
presents the intensely interesting spec
tacle of a Jingle ancient race arming
itself with weapons Invented and forg-
ed hy other and alien people and ad-
vancing with one great nhout of defi-
ance uttered In a tongue unknown to
the rest of the world and L-nng
down before it the greatest millltary
power which tho Christian world hu3
known. It will be safe to 6ay that
Buch a sight tho work! will never epo
Properly speaking Japan has no re-
ligious system Ansnla is nil religious
system. But Japan baa as has been
well said tho soul of a nation and
Russia has not Indeed we may ask
where else on the earth can wo look for
the soul of a nation?
The present war has given us s vst
and most impressive pageant and has
given it In a pagan community. What-
ever measure of success may yet attend
the Russian armies there must still do
tho recollection of her' frightful losses
and defeats during this war. A pagaa
nation defeats her notwithstanding all
hor real piety and hor Imposing religi-
ous standing. Westminster Review.
A group of compositors as thoy ate
their midnight luncheon talked about
When I was working in the country
as n kid' said one "our editor onco
wroto "Today is tho anniversary of tho
birth of Louis Philippe and I sot th!a
up in my Ignorance. Today is tho an-
niversary of the birth ot Sara Phillips
The editor scrawled on tho margin ot
the proof 'Who the dickens is Sata
Phillips?' I was an ignorant kid and
our editorial on Louis Philippe starUd
in next morning paper in this way.
Today is tho anniversary of rhe birth
of Pam Phillips. Who in the dickens
Sam Phillips? This illustrious' anil bo
"Once I spoiled the quotation of n
beautiful poem' said another composi-
tor. "I made the poem begin 'My lovo
is like a red red nose' It should have
The third compositor jmiled.
- "J was once setting up an advance
none of astato fair' he said. "I made
a paragraph read; There will aleo he
a pumping competition including
stone-wall pumps water pumps nt
other varieties A lot of pump makers
wrote to rind out about this rompetl-
Uon It was a mistake. For pump'
Jump" should have been put"
ior will tdl you why Jw pre
scribes It for thin blood wetk I
nerves. He will explain why it j
rves strenrh courage endur
BY PROPOSED RETALI-
ATION FOR TRIBAL TAX
. "s J2015LECTHON fll
FUMTAT IlfoF MAST
Action Plaijiiedby Jijeieefka
" -for the Fourth.
Special to lially .Leader. ' f '
'Muskofcce t Jtily 3Foll6wIng
an announcement by the citizens of
Woleotka in tho Creek nation that
they would float nil flags In their olty
ot half-mast on JnJyM because -they
worp compelled to' pay tho tribal 'tux
Judge Raymond chief Justlco of Indian
Torrltory has Is8ued:an order to the
United States commissioners in which
he commands the arrest of every per-
son who carries out the threat.
Judo Raymond's order wh'ch hits
been sent broadcast throughout the
territory to ovcry( federal crimmlsslon-
or clerk and recorder. Is m follows:
"If any citizen attempts to fly the
flag of this Union at half-mast any-
where in Indian Territory on July 4
because he was compelled to pay his
tribal tax upon tho order of tho secre-
tary of tho interior whhich tax the fed-
eral courts havo held to bo legal ho
should bo arrested on the spot
"Disagreement Is No Cause For Insult."
"Bccauso a citizen may not agree
with tho action of any branch of this
government is no reason why he
should Insult Uw flag of our common
country to wh'ch every citizen owes
profound loyalty and respect and fur-
nishes no excuse for hanging a half-
mast the Stars and'Str'pes represent-
ing tho power and glory of tho Repub-
lic. If flvery citizen should be permitted
to hang tho flag at half-mast every time
ho failed to agree with the chief exec-
utive of tho nation tho ruling of some
cabinet offlcor some act of tho con
gress of tho United States or sorao
ruling of tho courts and thus insult
tho emblem of our sovereignty the
man whoso patriotism la allvo would
"Riots would cnBUp bitter feuds
arise friendly relations between differ-
eiK sections of tho country be dis-
turbed nnd universal unrest bo tho
brood of such a vicious practice.
Says Course Would Lead to Anarchy.
"To adopt such n course would lead
to anarchy and violate tho peace of
th'a country so much desired by all
News of tho intended action of Wo-
leetkn spread llko wlldnrc through tho
territory. Linos were drawn within n
day and tho sole topic of conversation
was tho lowerng of tho flag to half-
maBt on tho day of America's Independ
Persons upon whom the payment of
the tribal tax fell as a burden counsel-
ed similar action to that proposed by
Wcleetka hut tho feeling of tho citi-
zens as a whole was strongly against
Jb speaking ot the matter and tho
probable consequences of such an act
Judgo Raymond ga.vo out tha following
"I havo watched this matter closely
and I bollovo that It is dangerous.
"Air Sepms Surcharged
With Feeling of Dlsllko."
"it seems tho very air qf. Indian Tor-
r-tory is surcharged with this ffiollng
of dlsllko. and no man knows to what
end It vrlll carry tho apparently tin
thinking porsons who neera to bo agl
"I am also sure thero is a groat deal
of patriotism in this country and it
anyone tries to flolt a flag at half-mast
thero will ho fighting and bloodshed.
"I know that should thero bo a flag
floated at half-mast and a riot follow
it would be tho talk of the whole of
the United States and nothing coifM
so groatly Injure the chances for state-
hood for Indian Torrltory and that la
a thing which wo all are very anxious
for and Just oa soofx as possible."
A Smooth Arilole.
When you tlnd It neoeary to wse
salve use DeWIU's Witch Hasel Balve
It is tho purest and beet or Sores Ilurns
Bolls Kczema Blind Wccdlinr. Itchlm; or
ProtuJInjr Plk. Get the genuine Pe-
Wltt's WJich Jlasci Balve. Sold by C.
THE MUSIC IM THr ur.nnpn
fifaFrih I am mkpU Im. lb... -..a amAAJ
r. :Y". h" eiir cowbells rtmr
Soft ailverr cadance ieat
Aft laai nm aH4tl..t X
But tha music In the craaae? W
1Jike beMedictlon when
The end o' day K come.
There ti music In the meddrr
xvi.--liUwSn ls ln' low
When the shadders arow an' deepen.
AH th flrfll .tm.. w "
The katydid Is slnsln. an'
The crlKefu lyric call
Is aoundtn in tn medder when
The ibandera start to rail.
vn the butterflies are rest n.'
ei..1. " are in the kuri
s'P'n' lere the honey la oa
Kvemnlns; Is mum w
Softly from the medier cornea
j.T'e cricket' lyric H e3
JHL ""ten In tha Tasss wheji
i. anadden start to falS
ftw Orlai Tlmes-paocrat.
' I -fh- .
f W I
Arc Yoti Orowlng More AttradUe as
You Advance a Life?
j-?F the mind kee-s itself occ
fill b right thinking it is h
9)( slide to be plain ugly oi
ifcfe interesting m late life
:F the mind kee-s itself occupied
Ella Wheeier Wilcox in "New
Thoughts Magazine." "The withered
and drawn faces of many indicate with-
ered emotions and drawn and perverted
ambitions. The drieel and sallow face
tells the story of dried up sympathies
and hopes. The furrowed face tells of
acid cares eating into the heart." K
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? Study
yourself and answer these questions to
your own soul for in the atiswer de-
pends the decision whether you will
really love and trust."
Given a healthy body" saya Dr. R. V.
Pierce the specialist In woman"-.! dis-
eases of Buffalo N V 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 you can now. Do
the best you know bow then boldly
face the after-a-while. In nine cases
oui of ten the permit who worries who
can't sleep o'mchts and feels blue and
at discord with all the worid is the per-
son whose stomach is not quite right
to be nnAtmFut.
We must eat to live. We must eat
properly to be beautiful and to be
healthy. Digest well If one article
of food does not agree with vou try
another. But don't try cosmetics until
you have corrected every fault of diges-
tion. Pretty women often sacrifice
their beauty to digestion. It is a fact
that any form of dyspepsia may in a
few days transform a clear .vhite akin
into a mass of pimples and black spots.
A beautiful woman has the beauty of
her stomach. The oft qnoted phrase
"The way to a man's heart lies through
his stomach" is true in a medical sense
for a distended stomach caused by in
Or msU 25 cents to
Mother I Hesitate no lattzer
i . . y
VW ".. tf n .
your child as thousands have done by giving those powders.
TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over-
comes tho effects of tho summer's hcatzmon toothing children.
The Santa Po nave reducea rates to
many points we can only publish a
few but any one contemplating a trip
quotations woll bo gladly made.
Bummer tourist sold June 1st to
Sept. 30 good to return until Oct- 31.
Chicago ll.es. Denver JE1.60. St. Louis
JM.C5 Colorado Springs and Pueblo
J19.15. Salt Lake City 13S.C0. Glen-
wood Poring 131.10. St. Paul IS.S5.
Milwaukee J31.CS. El raso 13240 and
Denver- O. A H. encampment Jit.fco.
Bold AugustSO to Sept. 4. May be ex-
tended or return to Ooeober T.
.Denver Epworth League UL10. Sold
Jon 30 to July it may bo extended tor
return to August 8.
Denver JTaternal Order of Baglea
i:i.)0. Sold August 1C and IS may be
extended for return to September X5.
V. 3. BKST Agt.
J. E. WOOD T. P. A. Outarle.
Observation cafo cars now tn servtoo
"n Wabash da? train btwoer KanBa
and SL Louis. both dlrvcUona una
on Wabaxh Now York fat wall trIo
One In ten Pt tha eostrable poalUona
without the aid of want ad-
vert lelng but your chanoca ara as geo4
as aaysB's tor tMcUriaa; n ef tbe oth-
digestion will cause heart pal-
pitation: If the stomach is
inflamed or dyspeptic the
blood does not get the food it
requires. If the blood is wa-
. tery if it has accumulated poi-
sons 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 and
assimilate the proper nutri-
tioo food. It overcomes the
gastric irritability and symptoms of in.
digestion and thus the person is saved
from those symptoms of fever night-
sweats headache etc. which are so
common. A tonic made up largely oi
alcohol will shrink the corpncles of the
blood and make them weaker for resist-
ance. Cod liver oil makes the omach
groan because it is irritating. What is
needed is an alterslvc extract like Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
made of roots and herbs without tha
use of alcohol that will assist the stom-
ach in assimilating or taking up from
the food such elements as arc required
for the blood also an alterative that will
psdst the liver into activity and cause it
to throw off the poisons in the blood
JV'-n sro have accomplished this wo
have put the system into a fortified con-
dition so strong that it can repel the
germs of disease which we find every-
where in the street cars the shops the
factories the 'bedrooms wherever many
people congregate ct where sunlight
and good air uo not penetrat:.
"It has been seven mouths since using
Dr. Tierce's Goldf n 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 Hsq. (care of
Mr. Amos Hyre R. D. lo) Dayton O.
1 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 youTmedicine had made for others
and concluded to try it. I can testify
to the merits of your medicine and feel
very grntefu1 Tor the benefits received. I
felt all worn ott and bad an awful misery
in my back for two years but noticed
a change for the better when I began
usingyour ' Golden Medical Dscovery.' "
"I feel it a duty to write and tell you
how much good your medicines have
done me" writes Mrs. Roht. Muuhead
of Orchard Lake Mich "When I first
wrote you I was in very poor health but
your medicines have helped me wonder-
fully and if I had taken them a little
longer I would have been entirely cured.
Am going to get some more of yonr
medicine right away. I do not think
there is a better remedy for indigestion
and other diseases that people arc afn icted
with at this time of the year thas your
' Golden Medical Discovery' "
the Bows) Troubles of
Children of Any Apt. (
AM lYIdeittnn. DfffufAlaa
P0W1IRMM the Bo wth Strengthen
O. J. MOPFCTT M. D ST. UCUIS MO1
but save tho health and life or
JUST CAUL ME U
When vou noed coal. Yonr oraw
will ho filled. jnt ne oulchlr and satis-
factory a if you had come In person
to order It end the coal will be just
as good a over rame out of a miner-
clean dry and tellable. Have plenty
of Howard McAltfRter and Cammoron
coal . Plack Diamond and Anthraclta.
M. F. ClJEAlLH(
The Coal Man
and the new couuoea ra Western Ok
lahoeaa also all pointa oa the Rock
Island Syatejsi Including Choctaw
Divisloa can now be reached to beat
advantage by the New 1M.
The t Louis El Kmm A WMtem
Traltsa leave Quthri foeat
7e (Dr1o.) Utto.
TMly Lmtm-19 mu a w
cred every day czossK
5 FOLLOVT THE FLAG. r a
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION; KWs City J
tefliSa UThe QoodfeUoship Train-
V l a "
To the NORTHERN ANNIVERSARIES at St Louis
after adjournment of the Southern Baptist Convention
Kansas City to St. Louis.
WATCH for our Wabash Cap Man -a walking question box to
answer all questions regarding Kansas City. Ho Will be at the delegates' com-
mand on arrival at our Un.on Station. '
We refer to our mutual friendsa Revi F G. McConnelU Stephen A.
Northrop and the Rev. S M Brown' of 7ie'H'ord tiud fVatCor Rev. J M.
Gurley. Kansas City Kas or Rev V. H. Eaton Clay Center. Kas.
For further particulars address4.
L. S McCLELLAN
Western Passenger Agent Wabash R. K
J 803 MaiaSJL. Kansas City Mo.
Denver Enid & Gulf Railroad Co.
THE RED TRAIN
ON THE ALFALFA ROUTE
This train Is tuscan red from tail lights Jto tender. It iB
different from other trains in color and service. Free reclining1
chair car modernoand comfortable.
' Leaves Union Station Guthrie every day at 9:30 a m
arrive at Enid 11:30 a. m. in time to connect with most of the
trains on the Rock Island and Frisco north and .south and in
time to take dinner at the Alfalfa Cafe right ot the depot and
only a few steps from the Frisco depot. Popular prices pre-
vail. Try it.
DONT FOR.GET THE COLOR.
THE SOUTHWEST LIMITED
is tbe new train between Kansas City and
Chicago It runs via the new short line the
1 Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul
Electric-lighted throughout The Southwest
Limited is a blaze of glory along the new
route. Its equipment includes compartment
and standard sleepers observation-library
car dining car and coaches. It arrives in the
Heart of Chicago in timeto connect with all
eastern trains. If you are going East it is
worth while to write for descriptive booklet.
M. F. SMITH C. A.
343 Ialrt St. Dalle
'ires wunout cutting weiaing ana neaung tnem tuus preserv
ng the wood-work from injury a wonderful invention which
:ost a large sura of money in order to be up-to-date. O t shop
las the Only Henderson Tro Setter in this section of the
Dnited States. We also have the very latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put first quality rlbber tires on any wbee
that rolls buggy or wagon. New vehicles made to order Rt
pairing painting and trimming our specialty. You are invitea
to visit our factory the best equipped lo trie Southwest.
First class Horseshoing - SCHICKR.AM WICKMAA
ay-r jKTTsnrzT.Ti ;
Kansas City Sos&eii Mway
Stralcht j the Crow I?lle"
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULP
PASSING THROUGH A QREATER DIVERSITY O
CLIMATE SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER
RAILWAY rt 1fe WORLD FOR ITS LENGTH
Along 1U line are tbe toeit lacdr. suited for growi-i;mill grain corn. fcir.
cotton; tor oommerclal apple and pacUorchrd tor oiher Irolta and ber-
iia; lor commercial ccc'alouve potitp. ti(o and a-eural unck. (arms;
lor aBKr cane and rloo-nltlvtton; tor merehnu.be ttviberj tat rJlc
borsea males cstUe bbf. shMp poultry aud Angora coat.
Vr!l Ur IMtrmailea Concefhlnj
FREE COVSRN?1ENT HOMESTEAD
Itw Colony Uxctleni Improvfd F 1 tlnr;I Ui. R'ca Una aa4 That
Lasos ar.a lar copot el "C-rnt .oai" Bbilatis OpporluaMlM
Hlea tlel K. C. S. fruit ek.
Cheap ronnd-trlr.homeiera t;eXe ontU i-t and ihirjf Tuesdays si
THE CHORT UNE TO
"THE LAND OF FULFILUKEWT"
Jf X. JIB IFiMM av 9m.
rVTM'l.? HfC? Always Follow t
l l J l J Orthoddx Banners
i. rTAOAan uruinaox .vonsists in
travel fiafe Jor . valuable
route to the
will be the
And there's pure air pure water and sunshine
on the hill. JuM the ploCo for a rest after the
long winter. It's the
Eureka Springs Ark.
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 136, Ed. 1, Monday, July 3, 1905, newspaper, July 3, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76192/m1/2/: accessed February 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.