Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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' :The local lodge of the Modern
Woodmen of America passed res-
olutions for statehood.
-J. J. Cunninghanj, general pas-
senger agent of the Denver; Enid
& Gulf, states the road will run
into Kiowa, Kansas, by April 1.
Mrs. Hubert Childe and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Blanche Childe Milne,
of Wichita, Kans., visited Mrs.
Childe's brother, Chas. Stice, and
paid the State Register a pleasant
call, being old friends ot the ed-
itor in Wichita in the boom days.
New Haviland china dinnenvare
patterns, including t h e latest
shape and decorations. Every
piece in open stock. Guthrie
Glass & China Co.
The suit brought against Rev.
Wickham sometime ago on the
charge of cruelty to children, as
superintendent of the Children s
Home, has been dismissed by
County Attorney McGuire, for
want of prosecution, the witnesses
Choice of any S'2,50 ladies Welt
Shoe in stalkfor *2,10. These include
bate flucners & buttons in vice kid and
patent• colt &t P. C. Robinsons 111
ii)r.C. F. Cotteral, county health
officer, has been appointed feder-
af jail physician under U.'.S. Mar-,
sbai John Abernathy. t It vs a
goad appointment and Dr. Cot-
teral will take good-care of the
siek at the federal jail.
Manslaughter Second De-
Mrs. Ella Laudenbach \vaj_
iound guilty of manslaughter in
the second degree by the jury for
killing- Old Man Hal! of Orlando.
The Fraternal Aid association gave
their first annual dance last week Fri-
day evening in the city hall. A large
crowd of Guthrie people and visitors
were in attendance. The floor was in
fine condition and AOler.s Orchestra
furnished excellent music. The hall
was decorated with green ribbons
and shamrock. Large festooro of green
ribbon hung from the middle of the
.■eiling to the four corners of the hall.
The ladies on the decorating cotr.-
mitteeejwere Mrs. Alice Reynolds, Mrs.
Lydia Polley and Mrs. Inez M Rrenglo.
C. S. Lake, who formerly ran
the Oklahoma barber -hop in t:i-s
city took a w .lk with a woman on j
momentary street- acq'ja;ntan:e,
named Lulu Goodrich, rind ti)
police ran across him just in time
to keep S3.50O walking out of his
pants pockets into Lulu and tbe
police, besides, think Lake might
have been murdered and thrown
[nto the lake. He is said to have
had water on the brain before he
School. K .;
The following program was rendered
at the Logan County Sunday School
convention that convened Wednesday
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 21.
....Rev. J. E. Disclie, Guthrie
2:30 What are we here for?
... .W. A. Humphrey, Guthrie
2:40 Five two minute talks on above
2:50 Four Legged Sunday School.
Wm. Rogers. "Field Secret*r
3:30 Our Sunday School Bible plan .
.R. N. Dunham, Guthrie
3:50 Organizing a Home Department
....Mrs. E. P, McNeal, Guthrie
4:30 Appointment of committees and
Assignment of delegates.
7:30 Song and praise service
... Rev. W. H. Rose, Guthrie
8:00 The aim of the Sunday School
.... Rev. W. G. Lemman, Guthrie
8:20 Why we have Interdenominational
Work. Wm. Rogers, Field Secretary
THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH22.
....Dr. W. H. Dodson, Guthrie
9:20 Reports of committees.
Election of officers.
9:50 House to House Visitation
a. How to make the car.vass? .
F. L. Wenner, Guthrie
b. Results City Pastors
10;20 The Needs of our Schools ,
i. .i. P, Hess; Meridian
10:30 The Teachers' Training Class
it }. Wm. Rfigtrs, Field Secretary
11:10 County Finances.
11:30 Reports from Schools.
2:00 Devotional i. ■ i
Rev. J. T. Strife, Harmony
2:20 Some Essentials—
• 1. Punctuality A. E. Porter. NaVipS
2. Regularity.. J. L. Jayne, Guthrie
3. Lesson Study
. .. Mrs; J. W. Ridley, Marshal
J. W. Powers, Orlando
3:00 Cradle Roll
Mrs. L. D. M. Covert, Harmony
3:30 Importance of Primary Work.
Miss Jennie Bfown, Mulhall
Mrs. A. L. Druse, Guthrie
3:45 How to Stir them up
F. M. Spangler, Mulhall
4:00 After the Convention, What?
Rev. I. C, Rankin, Guthrie
■m no you ni:f.i> it?
, Interest lower nn<l
terms tlio best, You B«t your ensh
when you «lgO tlie i iper«. Wo write
Farm nnil Cily tn«urane« In stanittird
companies. Will traile I.nnil tf> r
MercHrttirtlse and Merchandise for
E. J. GARNER
Room 3, Lymon Block
108 West Harrison
Chance f jr New Hotel.
E. E. Tallman and Jay Pickard
have purchased the lots, io0 by
i40-fcet, on'.the corner of Division
and Cleveland, formerly occupied
by Kessler's feed store, and there
js ajchancc of a $IoO,GOO hotel
going up on them.
Hen. Eaton, propreitor of thg
Carey Hotel. Wichita, Kansas'
and partner of l*red Nan Duyn,
Arbor Pay was fittingly observed at
the county high school. Governor
Frantz made a notable address to a
large audience in the spacionS audi'o -
ium on the sentiment and|r.>.efulnt s< < f
the day, with a euiogium- of apprecia-
tion for the school teachers and their
value to the State. Private Secretary
Orville Frantz spoke of the necessity
of physical health and labor going
along side of the mental, and especially
pleased the students. President Ca'-
vert introduced the speakers.
The other speakers were I.. W. Bax-
ter, territorial superintendent; Dr.
Frances Wood, a suffragist of Kansas
City; Mrs. J. C. Rankin, who spoke in
behalf of t lie W. C. T. U.: l'resdent
Conway, of the Alva Normal; ex-Gov.
Jenkins, W. L. Helton, A. A. Byers,
county superintendent Derrick, and
Secretary Filson. The Scripture read-
ing was by Rev. Rose and the invoca-
tion by Rev. Nicholas.
The musical program wns a violin
solo, Emanuel Weinoerger; recitation,
Miss Irene McCartney; vocal solo, Miss
Carolyn Williams; harp solo, Mrs.
Chas. Cunningham; vocal duett. Misses
After the exercises Governor Frantz
set the example by planting the
"Statehood Elm" in the campus, and
other trees were planted by the stu-
At the West Guthrie M, E. church
the children of the Deaf and Dumb in-
stitute held special Arbor Day exer-
cises. Rev. Brannon presided and Mrs.
R. M. Dunham interpreted the read-
ings and other vocal exercises to the
students. The children planted a tree
and dedicated it to Mr. Beamer, who
very kindly donated the trees which
were planted in the church yard. Rev.
Brannon made an address on tree plant-
fl ing and its oirgin.
I|n, A Quick Eye and some money make Op
■ Opportunity—you furnish the Eye and 1'1
loan the money; yfes, a "million dollarson farmsl^S
and some on city property—no delay—lowest
rates. I look up business chances and exchange m
them lor farms or city property, or vice versa; ▼
or sell them outrig-ht. It is hard to beat me Oh
selling land, manufacturing plants or stocksof
goods. Come, I'll prove it to you.
Room 4—Gray Building, Guthrie, U. T.v Q
this city needed
'such a hotel as
for ten years.
i .q^ie real estate firm of Milliken
& Reynolds is behind a hotel
scheme and will work in conjunc-
tion with Van Duyn & Eaton or
a separate proposition.
To Loan to
We pay the highest market price for Butterfat and
can use an unlimited amount.
We sell Separators on Favorable Terms
We will loan money in reasonable amounts to patrons or to any one
who desires to buy cows for the purpose of patronizing the Creamery
For terms and rates apply to JHE GUTHRIE CREAMERY CO,
GlITHRI F, OK LA
of the Royal, th!S city, was douj W ANTED: Girl for cooking
.Wednesday and offered to lease, •
and general housework. Refer-
ences required. Inquire at or ad-
dress lh2 Governor's Office,
Take Your unoice and
Cast Your Vote.
The city primaries last*Satur-
day to nominate the expired
j terms of city officers was'a very
Few votes were cast.
I. B. Levy, President.
S. L- Moore, Vice President.
G. I, Gilbert, Cashier
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000.00.
We have plenty of Money to loan on improved property at a
reasonable rate of interest. Your banking business solicited on
the most favorable terms.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
W. H. Gray, Chas. Seely, S. L. Spurrier,
S. L. Moore,
I.. B. Levy
G. I. Gilbert
Rev. K. C. Ventrees, Guthrie
8:00 The ( H'ganized Sunday School..
Rev. Harry Omer Scott, Guthrie
Wm. Rogers, Field Secretary
GOT OFF CHEAP.
He may well think, he has got off
cheap, who, after having contracted
constipation or indigestion, is still able
i o perfectly restore his health. Noth-
ing will do this but Dr. King's New
Life Pills. A quick, pleasant, and cer-
tain cure for headaehe, constipation,
etc. 25s at all druggists; guaranteed.
ATTACKED BY A MOB
and beaten, in a labor riot, until cov-
ered with sores, a Chicago street car j quiet affair.
cenductor applied Bucklen's Arnica I Tne following tickets were nomi-
Salve, and was soon sound and well. nate(J that will be voted on the
"I use it in my family, writes G-J. _ . c a. r.| Hut vou must rtn-
Welch, of Tekonsha, Mich., "and find °* APrU' > 011
it perfect." Simply great for cuts and ister to be able to vote, and rri-
burns. Only 25c at all druggists. j March 23, is the last day vou
First ward—council, W. T.
Walker; school boerd, Dr. C. F.
Second ward—council, A. E,
Johnson; school board, J. S.
Third ward—council, John B.
Towers; school board, A. O. F ar~
Fourth ward—council, M. L.
Morrison; school board, L. L.
Fifth ward—council, F. B. Lil-
ie; school board, George Reed.
finale climax of the play. But
the audience laughed itself sick-
one moment and held its breath
in horror of an impending tragedy
the next until it almost suffocat-
ed; and when a really good show
comes along it plays to empty
Governor Frantz has issued several
citizens pardons from the Lansing pen-
Men's $2.50 and $3.00 Genuine Welts,
spring weights and styles, all leath3rs.
New goods at old prices.
P C. Robinson. Ill E. Olda. Ave.
Guthrie's Baseball Team.
"Dad" Bennett, manager of the
Guthrie team in the South Central
league, who returned frop SQUth Mc-
Allister where he attended the meeting
of the magnates has given out? the fol-
lowing lineup: , '
Infielders, Hughes, first base; How-
ard Speck, formerly with' ilie Vinita
t?am in the Missouri Valley league^
second base; Jay NVeiss'nger, short
stop; Bennett, third base; outfielders,
Willie Weller, and Luther B. Kaup, of
the Pacific Coast league; John Dun-
I ha.11, with Oklahoma City two years
j ago; Ed. Davidson, a member of the
pennant winning Pittsburg team in the
Missouri Valley league in 1DQ4: catch-
ers, Tommy Kearns, of Chickasha: L.
R. Parker, E. O. Nickols, in the Kan-
sas State league last year.
The season will open May 1.
For Sale- New handmade
farm wagon for sale cheap.
X 124 State Register.
can do it in.
DEMOCRAT IC TICKET.
City Treasurer, E. A. Detrick.
City Assessor, Charles I.aux.
First ward councilmen, Heinz
School Board, Ed Nichols.
Seccnd ward— councilmen, Dr.!
School board, M. L Armatrout.
Third ward—councilmen, Geo.
School Board, William Ritz-
Fourth ward—councilmen, John
\ School board, Mike White.
Fifth ward—councilmen, E. V.
School board, L. J. Parker.
City Treasurer, Melviu Carter.
City Assessor, John W. Ray.
ARE YOU ENGAGED?
Engaged people should remember,
that, after marriage* many quarrels
can be avoided, by Keeping their diges
tions in good condition with Lltctric
Bitters. S. A. Brown, of Bennetsville,
S. C., says: "For years, my wife suf-
fered intensely from dyspepsia, comp
licated with a torpid liver, until she
lost her strength and vigor, and be-
came a mere wreck of her former self.
Then she tried Electric Bitters which
helped her at once, and finally made
her entirely well. She is now strong
and healthy." All druggists sell and
guarantee them, at 50c a bottle.
0e&n the _/? Ite Kind You Hava Always Sag#
Farm Loans and Real Es*
Exchanges on general mer-
chandise, hardware, hotels, mills,
gins, farms, city property, &c,
Millions ot farm loan money at
very lowest fate.
We do not blame Manager
Brooks for getting cheap per-
formances for the opera house,
the people attend them better.
Sunday night, in spite of the rain,
the opera house was almost packed
to see "Sidetracked," a play
whose chief character is a tramp,
a cheap murder the thread of the
story and a burlesque trial the
DK.li: G. sfitARP;
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-
122 West Oklahoma avenue. Phone 301
B. A. MINTONYE,
Practice in all Courts.
Special attention given to Probate
Office over 117 W. Oklahoma Ave.
Phone 271. Cuthrie, Ok la.
PERRY T. McVAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ecom 14 Lyon Block - G uthrie, Okalhoma
Price to all
LADIES LOW SHOES
We have ready for your ap-
proval the most complete
assortment of Low Shoes
inrl Hinh Shoes ever shown in Oklahoma, comorising the Latest Styles antl Patterns for Street and Dress
•Vear Also the Good, Sturdy, Solid Leather ones for every day use that will stand the wear and tear of
hardship no matter for what use you may want foot covering you will find a good selection here to suit you
and Hany Sales
Have made this
Store the Biggest
Shoe House in
PATENT LEATHER OXFORDS
For Dress Wear will be quite
popular this season- We show a
nice line of them atfrom. per pair
$2.50 to $4.00
TAN, KID AND CALF SKIN
Make a very desirable hot
weather shoe- They wear well
too We have them from
$1.30 to $3.00
Nothing has ever taken the
place of the Black Oxfords for
general use- We have them in all
new leathers and styles from
$1.00 to $3.50
Wc feel proud of our array of g
good dependable footgear and bid
you wclcomc to call and exam-
ne it, We feci sure that our low
priccs and desirable shoes will
meet your approval.
118 west okla.,
raw «* •■..•^**1.
' "' v '"1 T
iw >1 ii :j
We sew the rips and tack
the soles free on all
A Child can buy as Cheap
as a Man at this Store.
118 west okla,.
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