The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 206, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1908 Page: 8 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL
NOVE MBER, 26, 1908
This Stprc Will Be Closed All Day
rhuigt-> in o
sera us put *
tak<- this ■
■> ir-irs i 1 f.at t "X v i !j:iTe noted som-- mitrt-.i
<;el <or store, t-akiuc on an extra room. You have
Y - vi -q vi.ii • • • .c. th most active en«-rer:;c stone
• - In ape o '!ouKi;r:i7, v. - thr.bblinir th* busine*. we
V." • ant v.. for your part favor* and now we solicit
w n < :r renewed enerjty and until X-ma« you'I
i - ; u've ev<-r privile£* d to buy.
Friday Remnant Day
Friday will be remna
GixxU and silk iii oar *JU
on one « f * ur ccftter tub!
silk l- DiTths frxm 34 var "
mi* of u > and find lb
..v ih * ■- We hav«- m«a .r«-d np every short piece of I>r<-*s
Kv- r fca b--n cdTvfulh tasn.<-<l and marked and arranged
- T en ..re dr-poods 1: vth* from 1 yard to 5 yards. There are
Jo 1-2 ; ar - The .-onomical can find h -r>' short lenirths ff> «d for hund-
uark"! ■' J .rt ab'oat ONE HALF reenlar priws.
50c - Bleached Sheets - 39c
OS SHE f RIDiY FROM 10 4. M. TO 4 P. M.
SUBMIT TO KNIFE
Castro to Leave Venezuela
"That Life May Be
MAY 'LEAD TO PEACE
Trip May Enable President to
Regain Health and imbaxrass
Holland's Plans of Venezuelan
Is Not Really A Disease
Merely a temoorary disturbance of digestive functions.
Yet it occasions considerable discomtort---vf neglected.
Also it leads to disease. Kodol insures against indiges-.
tion and dyspepsia, by guaranteeing digestion.
It does this bv duplicating Jfitnre's riigvftivp these condition", of ,lie |'T
prows, it its best. "W : :'.*er it is r~ , :.ed to creating (> i- which are fed Into the wood and
do ao, it digests ail food taken Into the -toti.ach- thence, throughout the whole sj
This alords t iie stomarli complete re-t. 1'.*-" plain as a-b-C—Isn't it? Yet all this to easily
and Nature can accomplish wonders with a sick
Th*- she- •* r- T-'x • T~ \ .re m.i le of a full round thread weighty muslin. They are a
Map purehfc— : r. tly lurinir slow times in New York. You don't need fo be a judf
of ,heet- to buy th - - Y< i ' an buy them with your eyes shut. B<>ard:iig houses and hotels
take notice. There .:re 24 <i"Z> n of th s.*
sheets t-> - 11 a; ' >day .nl
Union Suits 23c
i* like—Y ii know
-ti you can b?
wear at 60c <m th
do it here Fridav-
ti/.i-s 2 to 7. 5( v
a 50- Oneita Union suit
when in the heijrht of a
y real (rood, wann udiier-
d<"ilar its cheap. You <- .n
-15 dozen only to sell—All
only one pi a
MiHinety atOne Half
Have you attended our big Millinery Sale?
Every hat in the house at half price and less—
Ineludinsr from the best to the cheaest. You
can buy dandy hats now at
S2.98, $3.98, $4.98
Hats worth $5.00. $7.50 and #10.00 or any of
our swell pattern hats at half pr'ee
: >w to bitv milliii erv and that's h'-re.
CAilA as. Not. u.-v.i VV. tut. .d.
Nov. 24.—President Castro v> i -
morrow from La Guayra r. steam-
er Guadeloupe for Bordeaux f - th*- pur-
pose of under remit an operation at ne
hands of a Milled spe- rialtst of Be- n_
Efforts wttfc? were rr. . re- entiy to
rave Dr. Israel of Bei -5 rr,e to Car
' a "jag for the purp ->*e < ? perl- rmln^ u.e
: " perm tion failed T > ;"-a: n v, 1 >>e
^erformftd immediate . on p-e.- lerr Ca.c-
| tro s arr?\-a: a: Bort^iox • - *- Dr. I®-
> r*ei wili be In waiting. < i the «p-
J era tion be «i>c-ea ful 1 e president w.4
lait Pari?, « he . rest for a few
• days anijr, as he wishes to return to Car-
jftcas at aj? ear-jr a date as possible.
; TJ-■- grtatest ej itement ; revai'.s :n
I Caracas and poMti >U intriguing a>read/
I has commence !. It is thought that the
| departure of President <3astro may open
i the road for tlie settlement of the Ho!-
' and American ard FVen' h disputes
Vlcent Gomes, the vice president. Wilt
j assume the presidency.
The president 1 Venezuela :• suffer-
jing fTcm an interna; abcess in the re-
;gi' r. f the kid r <-> > .«
j President Ca^ir has nev^r been
jVeneauela ar<i H is nc w felt that extra
' ordinary pressure must have b
! hrought to bear ip«->n him in order
Jhsve him consent to the voyage. ■
FIRE BOYS NOT
j Castro s departure because of the emrmr- ;
Jassing eff* have on HoT
| land's plans to f^ r f Venesuela in'
(revoking the trans-shipment de-r<
**-h!ch Castro has refused to do peacefu
You ar. " Kodol trus* be a pretty good medi-
cine." Here jou would be wrong— in a way;
Kodol is not a medicine—merely a timely assist-
ant to Nature, when Nature needs it.
The unthinking person wo't'd s y tha" dice-
ti-.n take- p:aee in the stomacK Asa matter nf
fact, dijo^ti- n commences the' moment a piece r.f
fcod is taken in the mouth Tne various, -tac-s
of digpsticn are mastication, digestion (proper-,
absorption and assimilation.
Ttie dlge^ive process a=- a whole very ln"rl-
cate and delicate. A so. it i- exceeding y impor-
t-ant that It go forward exactly as Nature ir.'en'l-
ei Any Interference with Nature's work in t -
connection Is apt to prove d:«as?rous. Ti.en i-
when Kjdol is needed, sometimes It is badiy
While indigestion, as stated. Is not in Itself a
disease, medical record' sbon that it induce
chronic dvsf^psia. This is where Kodol he.i«.
Alio, many ailments even more dangerous.
Some of these ailments doe to indije-tlon are
apcpleiT. heart disease, cancer, a:*, even consump-
tion. All of tlies« are known to result from im-
pure. thin or impoverished blocd Here is « here
Kodol is needed. Poor digestion brines about
avoided. Whenever the stomacif (.through abuse
or neglect) fails in the performance of its work,
Kodol will cheerfully take up that work. It
takes it up. just where the stomach left off: <11-
gesu-* the food jus- as the stomach should digest
! r Kodol has tl.en accomplished a:l that is neo
e-sar. to accomplish.
Kodol Is prepared In liquid form Tills ii
sential. In order t: at ail the e'.emer.rs required
for complete digestion, may Included. Pepsin
tablei-of cour-e help a little—but pepsin digests
on v one class of food. Therefore pepsin Is not a
!e diees'.er Kodoi is. A job 1.a■ 1 done la
not done at all
Go to your druggist today and get a dollar
bottle. Then after you have used the entire con-
tents of the bottle If you can honestly say. that it
has not done you any good return the bottle to
the druggist and he will refund vour money. We
will tlienijepay the druggist This offer applies
to the large bottle and to but one in a family.
Every druggist knows our guarantee is good
The dollar bottle contains 2 i time- as much
as the fifty cent bottle K>dol Is made at thu
laboratories of E. C. iJeWItt & Co., Chicago.
EXERCISE REALil *
i 4 * * t
i i t
TRAMP! TRAMP! TRAMP!
Girls Are All " Taking To" New Tramp Shoe
j Tti Brother1- of Steam Engineer®
i "rid Firemen of the Stat# of r k'ahoma.
j headquarter* at Mo A Jester." The trus-
j it es 'arc: W T M of L;Jth#^r:
MoH r-. nf Hartshorne: .
> i-rher of roalrat-^ T. B- M Alpine, of
; M A'e-ur. W.r. M -re ' --f Savanna-
! J M P y-ea!f of H ighes.
Tl e Mir: t cee e.1 S: - Co
•' Musk or~o. * th a ap . stock '
" fit."1- dir- • ar T J
' r er. J X. Shannon. Geo. R. Ba.«oi. Vv'
(W KuHer- nd C p > ,tt> of Muskogee
-r.'l E Shannon, of Cmvrf ardsville. Tr.!
; Tre Royal Investment O. of Collins-
Where Little Delay in Arrival
Might Mean Large Property
Loss. Department Has Beta
Prompt and Efficient
J H. M aleton
style common sense go hind in hand, >r "The Tramp" is i -t only an . xtr •<<*
p: . .1 c: " - - -
. thi fo..; has ah- '• f -i n. TI:■are used extensively in I^rge places by
BOY WENT-' KIDDING
Bluclu r ami Bn
$3.48 and $3.98
successorstoTHE GRAND LEADER'
' "7 JW'W
Didn't Land on Treastire Island
But in Muxlow's Hands.
Ever-t M.'.'.-t The s -j 0*
Mr and Mr? J vn M; r of Okla-
1 • "is City, vho start-d on - runaway
j trip# to join Captain Kidd at Treas-
I ure IsUthd but svound up at Gvtl r *
"Don't have to exercise these days"
was the answer made a Are depart-
ment prop, last night to a question,
'/ires enough over town to ke-;• us
and the horses in fine trim, thank you.
This is about the fact.* An exam -
nation of th ? clums? •' *he Sta'•
Capital will prove that there has been
an average of from two to three fires
daily for the last we*-k; the excep-
tional th.r.g being that the fir^s have
Iways been pr ">mpt!y handled and
extinguished. With a i- <r* of fjre^.
any one of which with an nn^fficient
fire department might have caused the
! >ss of thousar.ds of dollars f prop-
erty. the total loss will not run over
six hundred dollars.
There was only one fire } - ' rday
The mt hou-- ' the • . • «." **. i
\aught nd«h'.a7.el ;;.er
DETAILS STILL MEAGRE.
LITTLE ROCK. ARK
± . —Latest repcits from western
j ± Arkansas show that although
BLUFFING i + '
■§• era ted th" property damage wi
be greater • .r. expected
± Reports so far give names of
± four known dead and about ftf-
teen kr. -.vn injurer* Seventeen
other deaths are reported but
■f names a - not given
MUSKOGEE - BARTLESVILLE
Committee Reports Favorably an
Applications cf Five Cities for
Membership in Western Asso-
MR?. HARRY YARNER.
Harry Vamer W
her home 608 *
tonight, of hear:
dren surviave. !
live of I-Yanklin.
• :-:Ia.. Nov —Mrs
years of age died at
F. Street at 11: -
failure. Three chfl-
frs Varner was a na-
SNOW IS WET
DENVER COt/5 . Nov 2
Tor a i
TAFT HIEES COTTAGE
HOT SPRINGS, VA N 1 —I'
!er.t-K- : Taft anoui M wisy that
You'll find evenv kind here
in Ruching length at
10c, 15c, 25c & .up
vov —Glenn S Wai
r r •
WILMEEING F OLDER
Fire at 1217 East Vilas
the superiority of women
SPECL\L SCHOOL TAXES
Competes With Frisco Tjnc-
Table. Bat Unsaccessfully.
Gets 2 Years
Wiliarn New mas was
wo years In the penltf-n
riot Judge A. H Hust
r burglarfating the B
RUSTIN CASE NEXT
f?/ STOVES AND |.
' ! - RANGES -
To be Vpted on by Bartlesville
uiiuansu N o it —An .
.And In Its Purest Form Hi? Long
Been Known as the Greatest
P -* r ■ - ! . xHltft i'
n tne |
and hunt- |
in ?l av rr " . .'AT
Tho Doracr Bunt Isa^nfit
the emotional actress
david belasco s great
U BELLE KISSE
the Beautiful Russian'
poaerfll cov pa n v s^perf
settings exactly as p^e
f \ted at vvallack ^
atre new ybrk city for
fKICLS JI.50. }|, T' f. 25f
cz ",'t e flfl. e.c*r - r ; . e
riGLKK'S NEW HOTEL
W Cv : + F- Room
.* Co«t S15 000 *
"The Satisfactory Kind"-!
GAS RANGES $18.00-to $40.00-
HEATERS $1.75 -1o $22.50 .' '
Hot P at? a * Nur. erv Sioves 50c up. Bprners for Your 0!1
& ' 4
Stoves Put in on Shoit Notice".
208 W. Oklnhoma Ave. Guthrie Oklahoma
NEW HOTEL WANTED
Altus Crowded W.th Visitor*
Who Needs Accommodations.
* hat is
n one's I
h#-r If tijargy
here's a will
her used to
iby to sleep
ing die ss- carries them pHc«
*1! proeMM Hos. or send t«
velerr and j d*ee« sr«d we will
grt tiv tn* j *g«- b>- n:al! fre*
ommlta it to
*r memory *a
beautiful thought In
"if time manage nomr
and ad - i >-ow « me w.iy \< give a part to self,
trie! '>.« k- hot this is i*rdooable seiftshncss that re-
8?aart j suits In letcat gocnl to th« family and
WILL SOON BE HERE
BIO DOlBlf SPECTACULAR
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN CO.
THE BUHL* OP THE* ILL
.'•ii-Mt n.Women and (hildrrn-.V'
\ M OIH HF.STHA (IF TK>
Venif Inicsturf a Rovelation
CiiL-rrd r.ople from the Coti«n
Sterling Dramatic Cast
fll Metropolitan Artists
Ifcnd nd Orchestra
free band concert twice
. . daily
Prices 15, 25, 35, and 50c
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 206, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1908, newspaper, November 26, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc126885/m1/8/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.