The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 302, Ed. 1 Friday, April 15, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STAIR CAPITAL, FRIDAY MORNING, AFRTT. 15, 1910.
MEETING WAS INTERESTING
Federation Clubs Were Enter-
tained by Mrs. Filson and
Acorn Club studious Papers
Read and Witty Farce Present-
ed by Shakespcarians.
I Mrs. Charles Kilsnn, "2 INnth First
street, whs hostess to tlio elub women
of tho city yesterday and assists t j
the Aeorn club ami its president, Mr.*
J. H. Rucks, aehieved one of the most
interesting anil pretty occasions in
which the various clubs of the city buy
lovell represent' ' Mr- U.i 1 1 1
rMarge of the first part of the after-
count of t
The Swine or the Flower?
Oh me! I saw a huge and loathsome sty,
Wherein a drove of wallowing swine were barred,
Whose banquet shocked the nostril and the eye;
Then spoke a voice, "Behold the source of LARDI
i fled, and saw a field that seemed at first
One glistening mass of roses pure and white,
With dewy buds 'mid dark green foliage nursed;
And as I lingered o'er the lovely sight,
The summer breeze that cooled that Southern scene,
Whispered, "Behold the source of COTTOLENE!"
"Nature's Gift from the Sunny South
COTTOLENE is a pure and wholesome frying and shortening
medium, made from refined cottonseed oil. There is not an ounce
of hog fat in it to make food unwholesome, greasy and indigestible.
As evidence of its superiority, COTTOLENE received (,rand
Prize (highest possible award) at the Louisiana Purchase Lxposi-
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago,
tion; and Gold Medals (also representing highest awards m each
case) at the Charleston Exposition, the Paris Exposition, and the
Chicago World's Fair. I11 fact, in every case where U)Tl )-
LENE has been exhibited in competition with other cooking tats,
it has invariably been granted the highest awari
Army oi 68,000
Begins loci civ
Tell the 1
ng on your own
It you live on a
ne rt gaged?
Then, if you Uv
attended school any t
n or rent your home?
1 it is it free or mortgaj
e on a farm or In town
• on a farm is it free
Renfrn: O. <>. Blye, Manchester, Frame
rk- K. Dunn, Pond Creek.
of Mathew Larson, J. M. Coleman, J. V.
Baker, ('. R Morris. John C. Ward,
N'ewkirk; Hlra A. Klam, Mary 1. Her-
key. Blackwell; Win. A. 1 initli. Nardin;
me R. G. Hartshorn, s W. Acton, S. Cor
rlgan, l'onca City; J. G Gaston, J. S.
Glazebrook, Kaw City; J. IV. Dinwiddle,
ed? Edyth Schofleld, Bramen; Arthur Simms,
White Eagle; A. II. Miller, 1). H. Clark,
or l'„ Stalnaker, Tonkawa; Jasper DauP.
■ . viva's kingfisher county.
ur farm schedule - that Einil L. James, K. 1-. Southwlck, C
Jul,' vh.,-1, %nu should R. Dunnell, I). W. Lewis, Wm. 8. Hurt
; man Clarice A. Robinson, Kingfisher; Wm
O. M Willli
Oren M. Newb>
8. Calico, Wellston; 8.
Payson; .J. A. Enibry,
Ned L. Krone, Spark:
Ion nelly. Andy
\ Allen baugh,
1 in E. White
Art a Bfnj, E. Efaw, Avery; Wm. A
Fred Wegnei*, Charles W Davis, Coyle
Ellis Suttle. A. C. Goodrich, Edwin
Dodd, Charles j. Doty, Glenn Griswold.
Daniel M. Lentz, Ralph Barr, Tressie
Washburn, George F. King, Joshua
Nichols Irving L. Blair, George W.
Mouse, Carl Madden, A. P. Billings.
Henry C. Abies, Guthrie; J. L. Hlbbs,
Charles E. Hott, Mulhall; J H. Rectttr,
Dennis I, Farr. Navina; Martin Adams,
•0 • ' Vfcli
ier'8 birth] I t
rati >1 to the
are naturalized or,allen.
■ to speak English, or •'
trade, or profession, or
of the in-
Are you blind (both eyes)?
Are you deaf and dumb?
That's all of the questions, bn
some rules «.hat you will be expc
RULES TO OBSERVE.
Your home Is where you sleep.
OOM' l rUT OFF
THE DAY OF CURE
BY A MISTAKEN TREATMENT FOR
You May Further Weaken tho Digestive
Organs When It Is Necessary
to Tone Them Up.
Are you making the mistake of bo many
lufForers from stomach trouble by hhiiji
rredipopted mm Is, digestive ferments and
Stimulating medicines in your efforts to
get reli« f fr< *n your trouble? It ho this
Explains why you are still a sufferer.
In the beginning the various forms «•.'
Btoniach troi'ble are almost without ex-
ception caused directly by a general low
enng of the vitality of tlie no<ly, eitln
bncauHe of overwork, indiscretions in liv-
ing or sick 1 toss. In any event ira
poverisbed blood and weak nerves resuu
and the l""u of appetite, gas on the
stomach, dizziness and other symptoms
which follow are only some <>f trie warn
iii^ signs that the blood and nerves are
failing to give the stomach sufficient
Strength for its work.
To treat such a condition as this with
Ktinmlfttiiig medicine >, which only fore
the stomach to work lieyond its strength,
or with predigested foods and medicine-,
which r«''iuire no work on the part of
the stomach, nownerely puts off the day
f« r a cure but further increases the weak-
ness of the stomach.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the tno-t
direet cure lor stomach trouble liecau*
they are a certain blood builder, l'un
bloo.| makes healthy nerves and strength
ens the entire body The weak stoma. Ii
getM plenty of healthy blood and nervoiu
energy, and perfect -ligation followsi
Mrs. K. 9. ReynoMs, of Paris, Mo.
A few years ago 1 began to have
trouble with my stomach. It followed a
severe attack oi the grip and lasted foi
over two years My stomach was so
w -all that I always had to l>e careful
what I ate. < Mherwise my stomach would
distress me really. I bad palpitation of
the heart with shortness of breath. i
bad dizzy spells and was a great sutlerer
from chrome constipation.
"I tried many remedies but receive
110 benefit and began to doubt if 1 evi
would get relief. 1 read about the ea-
oi a woman it St. Joseph who was cured
by I>r Williams' Pink Pills and sta
wing them. In a very short time I
noticed an improvement. I took the
pills for :-onK time and was cured
I>r Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
lrtiggist -, or will lie sent, postpaid,
• pi of price, AO cents per OTx;
i oxes for $'2.50, by the I>r Williams
ediciue Company, bchoncclady, N. Y
with their enif
ated with the family.
Persons who will NOT be enumerated
with the family l y your census man
■we.: Those visiting temporarily: trans-
ient boarders or lodgers who have some J
other usual or permanent place of abodf,
persons working In your house, but not J
sleeping there; members "of your familv
who are in Jail, asylums, almshouses,
homes for as1 d. reformatories, or an-
other institution where they may be con-
fined for some time to come.
If you have two occupations you name
tho one which gives you the best pay.
The purpose of the questions about
wheth r you have been out of work is
to find the number of people in the
country who want to work and cannot
In the case of women who are do'ng
their own housework without other cm-
iloymcnt the census man will put dow a
het she has NO OCCUPATION.
You do n< t need to fear tho census
rcely. If any question embarrasses
■ou, y -ii should reni< mber that you tell
Undo Sain IN* CONFIDENCE The cen-
sus man is sworn •o secrecy. No ono
but he will know, and If he should ti I
any one what your answers have been,
thus violating his oath, I10 Is subject to
st and may be fined and Bent to
Get ready! lie's due to come any
day after April 15.
It might be a good scheme and profit
able occupation for tho boys and girls
of the family to get the census figures
and facts all ready in advance for the
LIST OF ENUMERATORS.
The enumerators who take the fi 11
In the first district are as follows:
John Dupy, John K. Chatham. Billing)
\\ iter K. Cross. Joseph M. Potte
I Beckham, Ijl S. Clump, Dover; I Wois- I. R. Wilson, Crescent; Edgar M. Ulne-
| bonder, Corn, M. Wilson, Benton States,1 hart, Eddie T. Hay ties, Florence N.
11'lias M Wilson, Hennesey; Rhoda | Partenheimer, Meridian; Howard C
i Morris, S. 1. Garton, Cashion; C. /. Cement, Goodnight; Jerry R. Marker,
Schllcher, Reeding; I.. B. Kratzer, j Orlando; Chaney 1,. Yersea. Iconium.
(,kcone. , NOBLE COUNTY.
LINCOLN COUNTY. | Ida W Shockey, l-.lba N Willson,
1 Jas. A. l.ymh. Forest F. Betzer. F. Thomas I) Duncan, Will la 111 B Mad-
ls. Dlmon, W. S. Peynter, J. R. Shoon, aira, Perry; Einil Schiewe, Morrison;
Thos. I> Sharp, (Jeo. S Morris, Chand- George j;. swallow, James. B. Carp Ti-
ler; G W. Howerton, Tryon; M. T.'ter, Red Rock; George I). Durkee, Sadie
I Carsam, Austin I.umm, A. S Bailey, T. McMillan, Billings; L. Ji. Kennedy,
I Bayard Taylor, EU W. Black, Stroud; Lucien; Ralph *P. Duncan, Otee; Jamw
j Henry G. Reel, Wm. Hurelifiel, Prague; : Wellington, Orlando.
i j \v. Caldwell. Fallis; R. A. lluda ti OSAGE COUNTY.
I J. Krnest Dutton, George II Mains.
I*-™""* m —1 j 11. IU:. i! ey Wilk-
inson, Remington; George Whiles, Bel-
ford; William c. Robinson; Catle Mar-
lon, Fairfax; John C. Stewart; Wynona;
Abe S crest. Okesa; William T Hull,
eorge Andrews, Hominy; Joseph Van
rlngen, Nelageny; Anna A. Mc-
Guire, George D. Sears, Frank Prudem,
Wm. S. Caldwell, John Stresnider.
James A. Ingraham, Charles S. Davis
Florence S. Clark, Pawnee; Otte O'Kief,
Keystone; James L. Tucker. Lela; Geo-
M. Caldw 11, Maramec; \v M. Reynolds,
D. E. Maronville, Cleveland; A. C.
Holler, Yale; Bufus L. Stewart, Jen-
nings; Charles E. Davies, Skedee; Lew.s
C. M. Edmondson, Frank M. Leach,
A. Wlnfield Ryan, Orlando; W. C.
Sharum. Vincent Confry, Noah P. Bul
lo.-k, Ripley; David P. Troxel, Quay;
Horace C. Smith, Mulhall; Wilbert Har-
rington. William E Spee-l, Perkins;
John S. Mal.-ine, j W. Wldpple, Nlch-
for Sore Feet
£>ore Feet, Tender Feet and Swol-
len Feet Cured Every Time.
TI2 Makes Sore Fe?t Well
No Matter What Ails
Mrs. \Y. W.
Which EnKlljOi • liiMi.n
thouRh they develop m
the American child, she
d more educatic
Ived greater instructi
health being consldere
greatest essentials In
of English tea< liing.
discussed various featur
life which she had bsfrv
visit there and which app
lorly contrasted to the life
erage American home, part
regard 10 solidarity,
IN RURAL ENGLAND.
Mrs. W. A. Frazier follow d
paper of rural Knglan 1 wiiu h
rule the subjeet « f s'.udy di::■ .1 ■« a visit
tc tl< isljiul empir • The wvu rs tlitre,
siie i-nid, were mild att. the e . d cli-
mate during the summer months ren-
dered it the Kiconest country in the
world, not even excepting Its Irish pos-
sesions. Grass sprouted even from th •
stones scattered throughout the coun-
try and in the spring una summer sheep
were guilty of harboring hay seed 'n
their wool, such is the fertility of
coutry. All rural England, she declared,
resembled a well kept garden, even the
hedges being planted with flowers. Tiiis
was attributed In part to the density ol
population and In part to the English
love of orderliness and a prettj hon.e.
There are no wild or free sections 'd
the country, «very acre being under In-
dividual cultivation. Mrs. Frazleii
paper concluded the Acorn club program.
Representatives of the various cluos
included In the federation followed; Mrs.
Charles \Y«st, of the Cambridge club
talked on what she had seen In tin
Louvre art gallery in Paris, referring
especially to the Venus of Mile, Victory
of gamotherace, two famous statues and
the great paintings, Mona Lisa, by Vin •!
and Millet's. 'The Gleaners," The
Cambridge club Is studying French lit-
POETRY VERSUS PIE.
Mrs B J. Wuiigh. from the Domesti •
Science club prepared an able paper
upon "Home Economies*' which was
read by Mrs. W. K. Patterson. One of
its passages. which were uniformly
witty, stated that "every woman should
learn to curry her hair if she wants to
curry favor with her husband," It also
said that for 4.000 y-ars bread had been
the principle staple of human consump-
tion yet that even now its manufact-
ure was imperfectly understood by wo-
men. Reference was made to the tlnn
when Joseph, In Egypt, first cornered
I the wheat market. The paper conclu-l-
! ed with advli to .voting girls to go niak '
I a pi a when they felt' a desire to go make
j Mrs. George McGregor represented tie
Etude club with a piano solo and th«
Shakespeare club produced a one aci
farce entitled "the Shakespeare Sut
fragctte." B was a brilliant satire u|>°r
the modern society w><men, written hJ
Dr. Elizabeth Mel vin.
The scenes were laid in the home
Juliet and presented In unhiue and liu
morous contrast Juliet (Miss 1* lori'nci
Adler), Rossllnd (Miss- Helen C,rec.«
Are You Goin^to the Picnic Next Week
If you go you will need a pair of those beautiful new low
cut shoes of ours.
If you stay at home you will need them just the same, because
no dress is complete without them.
If you want to see some of the dressiest pumps, ties and
oxfords on earth come and look at our stock.
Exclusive styles, foot-fitting shapes, dressy patterns and wear-
ing quality unequaled.
Be Shoe Particular—Wear the Best—"Sil-Kid'
Monarch i). G. Co.
1 jftiftril ft ■ 1 i; jac&IT.U
SI I,-KID Ankle Slrnp Pumpp made over the newest lasts
front pntcnt leather, ,51111 luetnl vici ki'l, tail autl tlio newest of
new cravenette, all $4.00 values
—this week -
Tramp I.nst Sil-Ki<l; tlic oxford for young women who walk
n grent ilriil; they nro absolutely the best shape f-lioti ever niaile
for human foot:
,$1.00 Patent Kid for
,$,'>.00 \'ici Rid for
All .$'.'.50 oxfords and tins, lur ties and ankle
strap pumps on sale this week for — ~
,$'^.00 grade of oxl'ords and tics
—this week for
Madame* A. Mlshallown.
fruit AND LINEN SHOWER.
Mrf K II Mrdulro represented
iin>l read a.1 exeellent
the Ladles Hen-
a report show-
and an art 11 but was refused. The M. O. & (I. paid
Moei" > I itu taxes $. ,IS!!,36 without a kick anl
Is to be commended for its promptness.
, A Hi
11 loll, re
iiiK that the
tained three p
iuited $10 l tl>
tu the tuber
had in numern
its name. It
lents nt the. hospital
l(| bedding for thos-
ami tliiit it had do
Children's Day Nursery
THREE MORE TOWNS IN R. A.
I'ONi'A CITY, (ik . April 14—The Okla-
homa Retailers' Association has been
busy during the past f w weeks and have
organized at Hobart, Lone Wolf and
I'onea City, making a total number of
120 associations. Offkers at Hobart are
i . A. St urns, president; c. R. Harter,
nsr aiei|Vipresid• nt; and Fred Mann, secre-
i.tln i ways just it i* ljtary; >f Lone Wolf, J. W. Higgins,
is that linen ao.i i j.resldent and A W. Wiggins, secretary;
,1,1 ,, 111 ■ time during! of Pone a City. C. !•' Calkins, president;
v, for wleeh Will be pre \\ . A Creel, vice president and C. U.
Th intention i hoi« | Johnson, secretary.
luting the season for p
i M rs
Williams, Mehan; 11 G. Brandenburg.
Ulysas Cruzan, Robert F Luse, Cush-
ing; Kdward F Pachel, Elmer Basil, J.
VV. Allison, Stillwater.
er the world
,111 v*■ r L-
1 a ■ ly
ager, Jno, F,
J. M. Porter.
Dp Silva, Robt.
But bed, J. A.
1-lmer F. Day,
Art. B. M1 ss
A. Tefft, L.
Brady, Kremlin; Laura K. Cr ws, T. i:
julllan, Covington; n«dl IV Inastull Mar
shall; Francis K- Hills, Carrier, Barne:
Frank, Marshall; Clara E. Brown
Drummond; LilUe Baylor, Fairmont; C
W. Burton, I'reekenridge; .1 M. Bow
ers. Waukomis; U. G. Gee, Hayward.
NO LAWYERS IN PARTY
HARTSHORN, Okla . April 14.—The
socialists of Pittsburg county have nom-
inated a full tlekot. with the exception of
T * district, sup'rlor, and county judge, and
V. policemen stand on their feet all day county attorney. They have no man
and know what sore, tender, sweaty, the party in this county who Is a lawye.-
swollen feet really mean. They use T I Z and eligible.
because T I Z cures their feet right up. | The following is the ticket: State sen-
It keeps feet in perfect condition. Reed ator. Dr. A W Nelson. Hartshorne;
what this policeman has to uy; " l was * representative, George Steele, Dow; inn
surprised and delighted with T I Z for.w. P. Evarts, Mi Alester, flotorlul repre ■
tender feet. I hardly know how to thank « ntatl\« , O A. Fisk . WVtuma, treas-
you rnough for It. It's superior to pow- urer, T. \V Teasgarten. Krebs; court
ders or plasters. I can keep my feet in clerk, Joe Reuhnsh, Dow; surveyor,
perfect condition. Believe In my earnest J. a. Under. Quinton; r gister of de. i-
gratltude for T I Z. I am a policeman I S. G. Baker, Hartshorne; clerk of the
and keep on my feet all day."—Emzy district court. P. B. Hawkins, M« Ales
Harrell, Austin. Texas. j tor; superintendent of schools, Professo'
You never tried anything like T i Z Dulaney, Adamson; superlbr court clerk.
!n' fdv•' f«.i 1' is different from R. L. Johnson, K re'. Tlv platform re
anything ever before sold * rites the miners being on a strike an
T I 7. is net a powder. Powders and the tenant farmers dlsposessej each y i
the pores. | they demand a clearance card of regt?
I Einbree, Wm A.
iggers, John Clh
[-. Cowen, B. F.
Guthrie, Eddy; 1
k. Black. W.
M. E. Wilkinson, Wm. Balrd, W.
postelwait. Medford; Joe Mathe
L>. G. Dcerluion, J- A ilarvey,
T I Z draws out all poisonous exudations
hich bring on soreness of the feet, and
ts the only remedy doei. T I Z clenna
out every pore and glorifies the feet —
y< -,ir feet.
You'll never limp again or draw up
your fare pain and you'll forget about
your eorns, bunions and callouses. You'll
feel like a new person.
T1Z Is for sale at all druggists nt 2fic
per box. or it will be sent you direct If
you -vish from Walter Luther Dodge &
Co., Dodge bldg., Chicago, 111.
try, that eligible electors may vote any
Portia (Dr. Mclvln).
The program was interspersed wit:
phonograph records, furnished by Mr1-.
L. N Beadles, Including a violin sol-
hv Tschaikewzky entitled, •'Melody." a
Maud (ioodrh h,
s . .f Guthrie, repr
Is asked to
neflt of the
no of the s-
i. nted the U
club with a solo,
Mrs. M. C. Hart, president
First District, talked of the
Federation meeting to be held
water April 2S and and luge
the Indies of the Federation to
Tho Guthrie Ladies' Chorus.
I all ot
30 ft Bowels—
Biggest or^an oi t!ie body—the
bowels—and the most important—
It's £ot to be looked after- neglect
means suffering and years of
misery. CASCARETS help
nature keep every part of your
bowels clean and strong—then
tliey act right—means health to
your whole body. on 1
CASCARETS ioe« box for a week « trrat-
went All druggists, biggest seller ia
the world — Million boie • month.
home was prettily dec
• and purple A huge
11 atli adornod the tabh
FRISCO TENDERS PAST TAX
OR what purpose
do YOU use Ivory
For the bath?
Good! But why not
for the toilet as well?
There is no purer or bet-
ter soap than Ivory; no
soap that leaves the skin
so smooth and cool and
And it is inexpensive?
too—costs only a few
cents a cake.
994*ioo Per Cent. Pure
LET US CALL FOR YOUR
THE STAR LAUNDRY
Something new—and pood-
baeco line—at Olsmith's—Olsraith's—all
(he time, l'lione 108.
Havana Turkish Blend Stogies, 10 ii. package
Duke George, 5 in package 10^ linx of ;>0
London Whiffs, Imperials, 5c a eli, Box of 100
London Whiffs, llavangs, 3 for 10c, Box of 1(.0
ijondon Whiffs /Windsors, 'J for 5c, Box of 100
Briar Pipes l">c to $">.00 each.
Jfflrrchaiim l'ipcs, $-'.50 to .5.00 each.
is'Shoes I'er pair $1.50; Ba schall Goods, 'Fishing Tarklo,
w l'lnving Cards 25e; liO LLKR SKATES 75c; Safety
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