The Guthrie Daily Star (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 20, 1912 Page: 7 of 9
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1912.
THE GUTHRIE STAR.
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaG. a. k.
a RAILROAD TIME TABLE. a Uidies of G. A. R„ Mr . Myrtle Low,
No. 406 6:35 a.
Nc. 16 g:40 a.
No. 18 6:00 p. m.,
No. 412 8:20 p. m.
No. 411 8:00 a. m.
No. 17 10:45 a. m.
No. 15 8:26 p. m.
No. 405 10:50 p. m.'
SAJiTA FE—CASHION LINE.
No. 148 2:16 a. m. 12:50 p. a.
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS.
No. 105 8:30 a. m.
No. 107 1:10 p. m.
No. 109 5:20 p. m.
No. 106 10:25 p. m.
No. 108 2:50 p. m.
No. 110 6:26 p. m.
DENVER, ENID & gulf.
No. 442 6:10 p. m.
No. 444 7:18 a. m.
No. 441..... 10:15 a. m.
No. 443 6:45 p. m.'
No. 410 5:11 v m.
Ne. 418 6:30 a. m.
No. 40S 11:16 a. m.
No. 417 3:10 p m.
F0BT SMITH A WESTERN.
2 8:42 a. m.
1 7:10 p. m
2 8:42 a m.
6 4:40 p. m.
FT. SMITH & WESTERN—EL BENO
No. 16 8:20 a. m.
No. 20 5:00 p. m.
No. 19 8:20 a. m.
No. 15 7:15 p. mi
president; Mrs. HaUie Wfcitte, sec-
retary. Meets second and fourth
Saturdays at 2 p. m., court bouse.
PLEASANT office room over the Star
for rent. See H. F. Ardery or
phone 933. 2"8<f
Hot rolls and bread every evening l*OR SALE OR TRADE Nice little
at the Vienna bakery, 301 East Okla- printing outfit. Will tell any part
homa. >43-6f' or Chas. Pond, 114 1-2 E. Okla.,
FX>R HENT—Strictly modern 7-room.
house, 209 South Oak. Phone 1222.
' or all. Chas.
A. and A. Scottish Rite of Free Ma-
sonry, Orient of Oklahoma, Thurs-
days, Masonic Temple, Wm. Busby,
S. G. I. G., F. A. Derr. Sec.
Guthrie Lodge of Perfection No. 1, FOR RENT Cards for twJe at this of- q., thia office.
243-tf1 FOR SALE—Five-room house, good'
location, close in.
AddTess W. L.
First Thursday, Masonic Temple, W.
|M., F. A. Derr, Sec.
The F. A A. lodge meets every
second and fourth Wednesday even-
ing at 7:30 at McNulty'a hall.
MINNIE BILLINGS, Sec.
Guthrie Chapter Rose Croix, sec-1
ond Thursday, Masonic Temple, W.
M., F. A. Derr, Sec.
De Sonnac Council Knights of Km-,
dosh, Third Thursday, Masonic Tem-
ple, P., F. A. Derr, Sec.
Oklahoma Consistory, fourth Thurs
day, Masonic Temple, M. of K., F. A.
Guthrie Lodge, 35, A. F. & A. M..
1st and 3rd Tuesday, Masonic Hall,
W' M\ C* C. Clothier, Sec.
Albert Pike Lodge, 162, A. F. and
A M., 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, Ma-
sonic Temple, W. M.,*F. A. Derr, Sec.
Guthrie Chapter, 6, R. A. M., 1st
and 3rd Mondays, Maaenic Hall, H.
P., Dan Williams, Ssc.
Guthrie Chapter, 12, O. E. S„ 2s*
and 4th Fridays. Masonic Temple. W.
M., Ni*. Allen; Mrs H. M. Dsye, See.
Guthrie Oomnandery 1, 2nd a ad
,4fh Mondays, Masonic HaH, Dan Wil-
Modern Brotherhood of America, 2
and 4 Wednesday nigLte, Maeooic
hall. J. C. Templeton, president;
'Mrs. Eva Hall, secretary.
flee. 5 cents.
OLD PAPER—A big bunch
cents at this office.
YOUR GRAY WHS NOSE STOPPED UP
QUICKLY VANISH WITH CATtM
FOR RENT Cards for sale at tnis of-
fice. 5 cents. tf
We have a list on a printing plant
that party will give Ion? time and
take small payment down and small
monthly ■payments. Guthrie Realty
Co., 114 1-2 E. Okla. 287-6tj
FOR SALE—Cards at this office—-5
Hot bread and rolls at 6 p. m. at
the Vienna bakery. tf
A complete printing plant for sale
or will trade for a stock of merchan-
dise. Cha; Pond, Guthrie, Okla.
! The Daily Star delivered to your
Ritzhaupt Bakery is the place to door is but 10 cents a week.
by your supply for your Dutch J
lunche3. tfj A want ad in the Daily Star will
LOST— Ladies pocket book con-j
taining silver watch and money on
east Oklahoma. Return to Pettit
Pool Hall. Reward. 3-3t
LOST — Embroidery bag, contain-
ing fancy work. Return to 521 east
A want ad in the Daily Star will
FOR SALE—One Stanhope buggy and
■harness ajs good as new. Buggy
has canopy top. Inquire at this of-
FOR SALE—Cards at this office. 5
A 3-ROOM house furnished for rent.
410 W. Washington. 296-3t
A frest line of Lenten goods at the poR RENT—Millikan flats,
Vienna Bakery. tf
Just received at the Vienna Bakery \
a fine line of pickeled herring, and
Spanish mackerel. tf
I 3 roonns each, furnished for light
housekeeping. 403 East Harrison.
POR 8 ALE Pure bred single comb. ohM tWQ y<larg o)d
Rhode Island red eggs; $1.00 for 15. phone No 657
405 E. Mansur, Phone 943 3#7-6t |
WANTED—A place to stay on west
aide near hospital. A woman with
work for hoard:
A Harmless Remedy, .Hade From
Garden Sage, Restore* Color to
A feeling of sadness accompanies
the discovery of the first gray hairB,
which unfortunately are looked 'up-
on at heralds of advancing age. Gray,
hair, however handsome it may be,
makers a person look old. We all
know th«3 advantages of being young.
Aside from the good impression a
youthful abearance makes on others,
simply knowing that you are looking
"fit'' gives one courage to undertake
and accomplish things. So why suf-
fer the handicap of looking old on
account of gray hairs, when a simple
remedy will give your hair youthful
and color and beauty in a few day's |
Most people know that common gar
den sage acts as a color restorer and j
scalp tonic as well. Our grandmoth-
ers used a "Sage Tea" for keeping
their hair dark, soft and luxuriant.1
In Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair j
Remedy we have an ideal prepara-
tion of Sage, combined with Sulphur
and other valuable remedies for dan- i
druff, itching scalp and thin, weak
hair that is split at the ends or con-
stantly coming out. A few applica-
tions of this valuable remedy will ]
bring back the color, and in a short j
time it will remove every trace of
dandruff and greatly improve the ap-1
■pearance and growth of the hair. I
Get a fifty cent bottle from your I
druggist today and notice the differ-1
ence in your hair after a few day's
NOTICE!—Highest prices paid for
second hand furniture. Gas plates
and ranges for sale cheap—624 E. Ok-
la. Phone 727.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen.
Guthrie Homestead, No. 1541,
meets first and third Wednesday at
iMcNudly's hall, 209 East Harrison
^ventre. Jaa. Mecham, foreman; H
A. Montague, correspondent.
Dan Williams, Secretary.
Ben Hur Conrt No. 2
Meets at McNulty's Hall on first! FOR RENT—An 8-room modern j
and third Monday nights of each
month. Mrs. H. A. Montague. Scribe,
Dr. L. M. Overton, Chief.
treatment. All druggists sell it, un-
j Induce your friends to subscribe, der guarantee that the money will be
; for the Daily Star—lCc per week, j refunded if the remedy is not exact-
| FOR SALE — Remington automatic ly as rpresented.
j shot gun. Guaranteed perfect con-| Special Agents, Owl Drug Store,
104 East Oklahoma Ave.
A Common Sense Treatment For
Cold* and Catarrh. ttres ..
No matter how miserable you are
with catarrh or a coid in the head,
nose stopped up, throat sore, eyes
running, dull pain in the nead, dry
cough, fever, foul breath, Ely's
Cream Balm will give you instant re-
It gets right at the root of the trou-
ble, cleanses, heals and strengthens
the raw, sore membranes, stops the
nasty discharge so that you are not
constantly blowing the nose an spit-
ting. In a few minutes after applied
you can Just feel 1t doing Its work
of clearing the head, the pain and
soreness are relieved, the breathing
becomes natural and the stuffed up
feeling is gone. This cleansing, heal-
ing, antiseptic Balm contains no mer-
cury, cocaine or other harmful drugs.
It is easy to apply, pleasant to use,
and never fails to give relief, even in
the worst cases.
Never neglect a cold, and don't, suf-
fer the miseries of catarrh nor dis-
gust your friends with your hawking,
spitting and foul breath. Get a 50
cent bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from
your druggist, and start the treatment
at once. You will find that it will
be the best investment that you ever
Sipecial Agents, Owl Drug Store,
. 104 East Oklahoma Ave.
FOR SALE — Oat grain drills,
| wheat grain drills, sulky plows,
windmill at W. Collar, Guthrie.
I dition. 020.00. Address H.
BOARDERS WANTED—In nice priv-J « re Star.
ate family; two ladies or gentle- j ——
men. Phone 1001. 293 t4 ' LOST—Leather
Frank Baumgartner came Wednes-
day morning from Perry to visit his
mother and sister.
Knights of Pythias.
Guthrie, 2, Fridays, Masonic hall.
I. N. Smithson, C. C.; Paul Williams,
K. of R. and S.
Pythian Sisters. 31, 2 and 4 Wed-
nesday afternoons, Masonic hall. Mrs.
Ochs, C.; Olive Wadkins, M. of R.'
COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS
is a complete list of offi-
Xttntiuxtttuuxun a :: « A want ad m the Dai.y Star will
WANTFD: — Young man to solic-
it Salary and commission. Must be
a hustler, call 205 E. Harrison. Peo-
ples' Cleaning and Dye Works.
rent; cistern and barn. 31G E. Wash-. ^
ington. 298-3t ^
Meeting every first and thlrd^
Tuesday nights at I. O. O. F. hall.
NELLYE ARNOLD, Recorder.
a., o. r. w.
Guthrie, 1, Thursday, Masonic Halt
W. J. Leatherroan, Rec.
Guthrie, 4, D. of H-, 2nd and 4th,
Saturdays, Masonic hall. Mrs. Mary*
B. r. 0. E.
Guthrie, 426, 2nd and 4th Tuesdays,
Elks HaH, H. B. Newman, Sec.
f. 0. of Eagles.
Guthrie, Aerie, Cor. Har. and Dir.,
Wednesday might, 0. F. Fowler, Sec*
Knights of Coltrabns.
BisTiop Meerachert Council, 916;
Tuesday, 209 East Harrison; George
Tipton, Fin. Sec.
W. 0. w.
Guthrie camp, 689, Tuesday1, I. 0.
O. F. Hall;
M. W. A.
0. F. HaH; Luther Arnold, clerk
. 0. 0. F. Lodge Directory.
Guthrie lodge, No. 10, I. O. 0. F.,
meets Monday evening of each week
;rt. 7:30. o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall.i
corner Broad and Harrison. W. I.|
Okaihoma encampment. No."3, I. 0.
0. F., meets every Wednesday even-
ing of each week at 7:30 o clock in
1. O. O. F. halt, corner Broad and
Harrison. E. F. Merten, Scripe.
Patriarch's Militant, Canton Guth-
rie, No. 5, I. O. O. F., meets every*
second and fourth Friday evenings
of each month' at 8 o'clock in I. O. O.
F. hall, corner Broad and Harrison.
rials of Logan county:
Arthur Swank, assistant.
A. H. Huston, Judge
Chas. H. Griswold, clerk.
E. Weinberger, deputy
Tony Higgins, stenographer.
S. S. Lawrence, Judge
Walter T. Warren, clerk
E. E. McGinley, deputy
Clarence Bartes, reporter.
J. C. Strang, Judge
Mrs. Nettie Smith, Clerk.
B. W. Murphy, sheriff.
J J. Kirkwood, under sheriff.
Chas. S. Olson.
A. A. Leer, deputy.
Fred W. Ritterbusch
R. D. Stewart, deputy
Register of Deeds.
W. E. McKean.
R. A. Estes, deiputy.
i Mrs. Martha Neal, deputy.
Bert S. Reeves.
Thursday, I. (X, Cmmilisglonerg.
DR. L. L. McCORMICK, a
a Opposite lone Hotel. a
a Mechano-Therapy relieves all a
a chronic and "incurable" diseajses a
a by mechanical means. a
a Consultation free. a
Satisfaction guaranteed. a
a GUTHRIE, OKLA. a
FOR SALE—Urge feed or grainj tliXltUltUttittttllttitttltl
boxes made of heavy boards. Inquire ]
at thLs office. tf'
FOR RIENT—A very desirable 8-room
modern house, In good location. E.
J. Blackman. 299-6t
TOR RENT—Very cheap, furnished
modern 8-room house. Phone 643,
316 E. Washington. 295-3t | 8
WANTED TO TRADE — Five room,
house, gas, water and electric lights,
only 3 blocks from Post Office in En-
id, Okla., for similar property in
Guthrie. Address Box 264, Guthrie.
Whipping Cream 40c qt.
Plain Cream 25c qt.
Butter Milk 15c gal.
We Belli er
PIER-SOL ICE CREAM CO.
a C. H. Griswold, Pres.; Alfred
| a Adler, Vice-iPres.; I. N. Bryan, a
j a Phone 161. Secy. a
a The Logan County Abstract &
Are as important to the suc-
cessful Business Man as a tastily
^ kept store or Office.
fred a' K
sThe Guthrie Daily Star
E. J. Oberholser.
S. J. Favors.
Board of Education.
First Ward, Dr. C. F. Cotteral; W.
Second Ward, O. L Brooks, C. M.
Third Ward, H. E. Derwln, J. A.
Fourth Ward, Andy Moorman John
Fourth Ward Andy Moorman, John
Out District, J. E. Plckard, Amos
Dr. C. F. Cotteral, President.
a Loan Co.
a Farm Loans, Surety Bonds, In- * fca8 an exceptionally fine job
surance, Abstracts. a office ^ employ, ex
perienced job printers.
We print anything from a
CALLING CARD to DOUBLE
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa PAGE BILLS,
a P0LS01V TRANSFER & STOR- W ================^^
a AGE COMPANY. a1 .
a Local Transfering and Die- a Prices as low as consist-
a tributors of Car Load Lots. a enf wjth high class print-
a Notary Public—We make all Le- a
1 a gal Papers. ai
a Rear Logan County Bank. a-
WANTED—Family •washings to two
room house in rear of North Side
a Surety Bonds, Burglary and a
8 Larceny. a
8 -M. L. HOCK, a
8 Resident Agent. a
8 Real Estate, Farm and City 8
8 Loans. General Insurance. 8
8 Houses to Rent. 8
8 114 1-2 East Okla. Ave. Phone 8 i
8 461. a
a LADIES A>B GENTLEMENI a
8 Would you like to have a good 8
8 dish of chill or any kind of 8
8 Short Order, a
8 Hot Tamale, Sandwich, Cake, 8
8 Pies and Coffee? Candy 8
8 Come over to the a
8 A. B. CAFE, a
a 212 E. Okla. Ave. Phone 502. a
8 A. B. BALLOOT, Prop. a
FOR RENT — the S. E. quarter of
section 1, township 2, range 12, W. I.
M. in Comanche county, Oklahoma.
Fine Improvements of all kinds, 4 1-2
miles from Junction City, Okla. Ad-
dress at once Tipton Cox, Wichita.
WANTED — To buy pair fine lots
on east side. A fine work team and
cash. On paved street. Armstrong
and Lamb, Phone 399.
aaaaassaaaaaa a alt a a
8 HERE'S THE SLATE a
a DELEGATES BY DISTRICTS a
8 First District: a
8 W. E. McKeon, Logan county 8
8 Geo. H. Brett, Kay county 8
a Second District: a
8 Alva McDonald, Canadian coun8
8 ty. a
8 Ed Herrin, Caddo County 8
8 Third District: a
8 Gilbert Wood, Muskogee coun a
8 ty. a
* Dr. L. S. Skelton, Okmulgee 8
Goods and Pi-
a PROMPT SERVICE OCR MOTTO a'
210 East Oklahoma
Viclting ciMvaMers welcome. W. J-( r C. BurnsdaJe. Clerk.
Harnhart, Olwk. "J
Naomi, Rebekah lodge, No. 5, I. 03 WANTED — Family washing and
0. F., meets on the flr«t and tMrde ironing taken hi at home. Good work
Friday evenings of each month tit Address Anna S. Kratz, 1912 east
1. O. O. F. hall, comer Broad eji^j Springer.
Laura Barn ah rt, Secre-J
EGGS FOR HATCHING
D4Y OLD CHICKS FOR SALE
From thoroughbred S. C. W. Leg-
horns. Write Feath' rwood Farms
Rte 8, box 19 or phone city No. 419
Should you have eggs which you
would like hatched see us.
WANTED— Position as bookeep-
Want Oklahoma farms for farms
in Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas.
Want Oklhoma farms for Guthrie
residence and hotel properties.
Want Oklahoma farms for resi-
dence properties in Carthage, Mo.
Want Guthrie residence for res-
204 South Broad m school.
hwMtliitg. Giles W. Bruce, Grand Scc-f
Grand Secretaa-y'soffl^l ^ J er for part of day while attending j ldenceta WelI,ton; 0k"ta.
1D J 80h°0l- Write R. J., core Star. j want cash buyers for city and
! = i farm properties at actual bargain
Grand Encampment of Oklahoma. FOR SALE-Span heavy work prices.
r> O F 204 South Broad, i* Odd horses. Also span of mules 4 years Want to make your farm loan at
wii ' building H A. H«nrt*i| old. W. P. HARDW1CK, lowest rate, on easiest terms.
Pe"fw® Phone 1417, 1223 West Logan. 137-6t T. A. BAGGETT.
Scrfb* -• I
D. S. Hendricks
8 For Real Estate and Farm Loams 8
8 113 S. Division. Phone 436 a
8 Good bottom farm and city a
8 property to trade for hardware a
8 and implements. a
8 Farms to trade for city prop- 8
8 erty or business and city prop- a
8 erty to trade for farms. a
8 Nine room modern house 4 a
8 blocks from center of town only a
8 $2,000, easy payments. a
8 House Rentals a Specialty. a
a a a a a u a a a a a a a a a
a a a a a :: a a a a a a a a a
a \RMSTRO\G & LAMB a
8 Real Estate, Room 4, Gray Bid 8
8 Phone 399 a
8 Five room house In five hun- a
8 dred block. $850. $150 cash, bal-8
8 ance $15 per month. Five room a
8 house in seven hundred block. 8
8 $1300, $30 cash, balance month a
8 ly. Modern. a
8 Four room house in seven 8
8 hundred block, modern $850. $1508
8 cash, balance $15 per month. 8
8 Five room house in 1900 a
8 block. $1700 cash. A fine one. a
8 One of the fine houses on the 8
8 cast side for rent. Vacant the a
8 15th. $30 per month. a
8 Several houses to rent at reas- 8
8 onable rates. a
8 20 acres Florida land to ex- 8
8 change for Guthrie property. a
a Fourth District:
8 A. E. Perry, Cole county
8 Tom Wall, IjeFlore county
* Fifth District:
8 Tom Dwyer, Grady county
8 Ewers Wfiiite, Pottawatomie 8
8 county. a
a NATIONAL DELEGATES 8
a Ri' DISTRICTS a
a First: Dan Norton, Chandler, a
8 Xat Disney, Billings. a
8 Third — Taft delegates: John a
8 Gilliland of Hughes county, Jos 8
8 A. Gill of Craig county. a
8 Third: — Roosevelt delegates 8
8 A, A. Small of Tulsa, A. E. Den- 8
8 nison of Adair county. a
8 Fourth: C. W. Miller of Hugo, 8
8 G. A. Ramsey of Ardmore. a
* Fifth: Convention Saturday. 8
8 STATE PRESIDENTIAL a
a ELECTORS in DISTRICTS a
a First District: M. W. Hlnch of 8
8 Kingfisher. a
8 Second District: George Nieh- 8
8 ols of Alva. a
a Third District: M P. Houser 8
8 of Tulsa. a
* Fourth District: Joe G. Ralls 8
8 of Atoka. a
8 Fifth District: S. S. Reed of 8
8 Gtrvin. a
8 STATE PRESIDENTIAL a
8 ELECTOR S AT LARGE a
8 First: Ret Millard, of Paw- a
8 huska. a
8 Third: Taft elector: W. L. Mc 8
* Williams of Ottawa county. a
8 Third—Roosevelt elector W. A a
8 Stewart of Okmulgee. a
8 Fourth: E. A. McGowan of 8
8 Talihina. a
8 Fifth: Convention Saturday 8
a NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN a
8 George Priestly of Bartles- a
8 ville, Oklahomt. a
* STATE HEADQUARTERS 8
8 Guthrie for two years: Chair- a
8 man James Harris of Wagoner, 8
8 re-elected. 8
Here’s what’s next.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Hornaday, W. H. The Guthrie Daily Star (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 20, 1912, newspaper, March 20, 1912; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc275319/m1/7/: accessed December 11, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.