The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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TUi: LEADER. filTimiE. OKI. A.. jsATFTiDAY. JTXE 19 l!iu:;
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Pumps Ank.s. Strap
Pumps Patent Tan 9
and Suede. $4.00 and
$4 50 values all
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Tk Evening GIiit-GIiat
By PATRICIA VAN PATTEN
AltaoRt P.H hapw niarriaRfs nown-
daj'8 are nothing more or loss than
According ta the old tradition
there was no need of coniprnniisc.
The wlf was to love; honor and
But timps have (Canged. Some
women demand the ninistikm of iliti
word "obey" from the manlago cer-
emony. Almost all women demand
a letter basis for marriage liappl
hubs than a slavish willinKiiess to
Klve up all their tastes habits ideas
and morals in favor of their hus-
bands. Intelligent and loving compromise
U the new basi.
If every bride and groom would
repeat as parf. of the ceremony "V
do enter lntothis compact in a spir-
it of compromise. We do solemnly
promise (that neither one of us shall
insist upon having his own way all
the time" a much larger propor-
tion of marriages would last ' "till
death us do part."
One husband and wife promised
each other the dav of the wedding
that each would give up his own
way more than I alt (lie time. They
have been married ten years and
have never quarreled. "How could
we with that compact?" . they ask
In another tolly where there is
. unusual happiness and harmony it
23' a tacit agreement thnt U wn-
unities shall be set lied by compro-
mise.. Oiie of the most amusing of
jftese compromises is on the subject
fjf tha husband's mustache lie dis-
likes a mustache but his wife thinks
he loolts better with one. So all his
Hurried life he has worn a mustache
the first six months of tr.s year and
pone clean shaven the rest of the
x A disconsolate bride came to me
with -her first ouarrel the other .dnv.
"!r. isn't that T want to c0 to the
party so terribly much." she walled
making pathetic dabs at (her prelty
blue eyes with her I rottRseau-y little
! jYour "complexion as well
as your temper is rendered
miserable by a disordered
liver. By taldsr Cbasnber-
hm's Sttwach ami lifer
I abkts ywi can ; Kssgswre
botk Thejr chnm hit
improTf? th-' &eisti4W
t Ar Jt JSte ife "' 4fe A?. 5
scrap of a handkerchief. "It's be-
cause It seems to me that if Harry
loved me as much as he used to he
wouldn't refuse to ko when he knows
I iwant to."
I couldn't hol smiling.
"My. dear." I i-uiid "did you ever
think llial. maybe Harry ' feels badly
because Hie thinks you wouldn't in-
sist on going if you loved him as
much as you used to?'
The disconsolate bride looked at
me from behind the trousseauy
scrap of a handkerchief "Oh." she
said ihrughtfnlly "Oh."
The monument you see ts al-
ways made of both copper and brass
and compromise is ji'ie art of neeiiiR
both sides of it. at once.
For any pain from lop to toe. from
fitly cause apply .Dr. Thomas' Kclec-
trie Oil. Tain can't stay where it is
Children " Cry
C ASTOR ! A
Sta'e chatters were issued today as
The Oklahoma- Hankers nnd Trust
company of Oklahoma Citv. with
$224 '..'(in capital stock. The directors
nre: J O Moore N T Hawkins Peter
Morse !i E. Whittier Jjsper 8' pes
K. L. I'ulman V I). Houston II. 11.
Smack and w L Norton all of Oklaho-
The Mention TeIe)lione company oi
Menden with ilV'OO capital stack.
The hii'rrporatofs are: U. F. Wares.
A. r.eediuan and Charlesi Harris all
Tne HoffniMi-S)eeds Printing Co.
oi Muskogee ith $3000 capital
stock. The directors are. Ed. C. Uoff.
man R. I spell's and David L. Hoff-
man. Jr. all of Muskogee
The fii; Five Oil and Gas i.-ompany
of luisa with $ 1 00(10 capital stock.
The directors are: O S Avery M P
Knight and J S Thomas of Musko-
Tlie Iti'viuh Mining and Invest-
ment ('.'. if. liawton. With ' 'jHHi.OflO
capital rtrck. The directors are: D C
t'urrie C Connett and Oeoriw E Nix
of St. I cais Mo. C M. Myers and W.
i;tv'e8 of Lawton.
The YCeMte.-ii liiscuit company of
Wichita Kansas has appointed F.
il'le as state agent.
The l.( s.cer-Ooldman Cotton com-
pany Of Ht. Ixmls aal Port SmiUi fv
day noiifjed ibt secretarv of ateie oi?i
the sprrtTtntrnent of Louis Aittnpn of
t.utttt'1 as; ta(9 egmi.
Popular interest and excitement in the Manufacturers' Outlet Sale shows no sign of abatement. Each dav has brought
larger crowds to the Bargain Carnival. It's the biggest sale we ever held. Besides many of the choice bargains remaining
from original lots other good things have reached us within the last day or two so we have decided to continue the great
bargain distribution until Saturday evening dune 1!). Some of the lots are small. Come early. iHaturday will see the
Monarch Store crowded with buvers. Be here to get your share of the savings.
Manufacturers' Outlet Sale
value will positively close Saturday night at 10 o'clock June 19th. Prices
-11 LU j -11 J ca Ti mnw iitmt? m i iiuhpii n
luniier uiiis win nuiu
Any ManY Suit in Our Store on Sale until '(QG
Saturday Night at 10 o clock - - .
Saturday Night After Supper Sale
. " .it.
Beginning' at 7 o'clock sharp we will sell over 200 very handsome white waists worth $2.50 $300 and $3.50 at $1.19 '
not more than three to each customer. There will he waists made.of White Lawn Dimity Dotted Bwiss Nainsook and
Lingerie Cloth trimmed with tine French Yal. lace and insertion also with white medallion yokes. There will he linen
tailored AvaistS; Dutch neck waists in fact everything new this season. Not a waist sold until' Saturday night at 7 o'clock
and not a one laid away before the sale so don't ask it. Clerks will not be allowed to buy for customers? not present at the
sale at 7 o'clock.
Joint Colored Teachers' Institute.
The joint session rf the Lincoln
Oklahoma and Loan county colored
teachers' Institutes will be Sield in
the 1X)ur1:iks school building begin-
ning Tuesday July C at. 7:.'!0 and
dosing; with examinations July L'9
and lid. Among hos;v who will be
in attendance will bo eighth urado
graduates high school graduates
those wantins to review the com-
mon branches as well as agricul-
tural domestic science music Okla-
homa 'history and drawing "will do
well to attend' this institute. After
July 1 190!) no certificates will be
valid unless the holder thereof has
grades In agriculture domestic
science Oklahoma history music and
drawing. This rulinft applies to
state i?s well as county certificates:
also to city certificates. The facul-
ty is as follows: (5. W Perry. I).
O. Horton Mrs. ST. P. .Tacobson Mrs.
L. T.. Sawner and Prof Scales. This
venr promises to be one of the
greatest in the history of tl'e Insti-
tute as theio is expected to be more
pupils than ever before. -:
f Elsie Yale Duncani
Tho old-time pardon path they paced
In days of long ago.
His arm encircle! Marlha'st 'waist
Their sdeps were staid and slow
'"lid she "Prav tell me I Implore
George WnshliiK'on confess
Have e'er you kissed a Rii'l before?
Quoth truthful fieorge "Oh yes.'
They linfPred by thi lilac tree
And K rnestly he said
"Sweet Widow Oustis dear to me
Oh pi II hoe let hs wed!"
She shyly shook her silken curls
"Now George just fell me. true
Have you proposed to other girls?"
Quoth truthful George "A fewy!"
Tho twill flit sKid'iwq fel) nnace
O'er sweet Virginia's land
At Martin's feet . 'wlih courtly grace
He knelt and kissel her hand
'My love is true as stars above"
Said site and is it so
i reallv am you heart':) first love?"
Quoth truthful George "Oh no!"
Fahl Martha. "Then I'll be your wife
I can to fear forsooth.
To trust my hippiness and life
To one who speaks the 'truth.
And when I'm old and toothless grown
And wearing grandma cops
You'll still love me and me alone?'
Quoth truthful George "Perhaps!"
A Reliable Hemedy
Ely's ta 3s!si
Is qmkty nbarhd
Cx.es fttfiel at nuo.
It cleaiist' soothes
heals and protects
the disiMised mem-
5-ano reHultjaj-; front ClAwrrJa &eA -Irivw
aTvay ftl'old a UieHaxl qiau lsiy .est.res
t3j Siki.iiJ u and Kmelt. ' Full r4w
IhroiuaSnim 1tts&fa c.U-ih-n'if c. "'
Jvty i yot h-? Hs C-3 Vfi.rrn Hawt v &h
guuu an uay i
: BY MAY MANTON j
Jr-.X. m. '
6312 Three or Four-l'itc Skirt
Kmbroidirv Tatteni 422 !
A Smart Linen Gown. -
Linen is one of the most delight-
ful materials for similiter wear and
this season is made In so many and
such attractive weaves that. It fiuits
a great many different occasions.
He-re Is a gown made of the Frenob
sort In white with yoke and under
sleeves of tucked net and garniture
and short sleeves embroidered In a
pretty effective design. The gown
is by no means as elaborate as It Is
dainty and charming and can be
utilized for a grt-at many occasions.
The high walsted siklrf Is made with
plaits at the sides which provide
ftere and make one of th features
of tJifl later season and the bodice
Is tucked becomingly. The garniture
and the short over sleeves too are
novel and just as illustrated are sing-
ularly effective and handsome. They
can be braided with 'oulaebe or
made of all-over material or treated
In almost any similar way that fancy
may suggest however while for the
material Is appropriate ad souiacSi-
cd net is Biyefc . usoj for tha pur
1 1 1 :
Stocks at 50 per cent
l June IV
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pose while tflwre are embroidered
muslins that would bo pretty and
various other suggestions might be
made. Linen is to be found In love-
ly colors too as well as white and
buff with white yoke and under
sleeves and trimming of white would
be smart a"d beautiful while there
at.- many more Kervl"fabl phados
to be found. Also the gown can be
utilized for foulard pongee and even
for many of tho thinner linen and
For the medium size will be re-
quired for the blouse 2 5 8 yards of
materia! 27 1 7-8 yards 32 or 1 3-S
yards 44 Indies wide with 2 yards
of tucked net; for the skirt 6 yards
2T or 02 4 G 8 yards 41 Inches wide.
Mnv Mantoii undent of the bodice
No. fillKS. sIzoh 32 to 40 Inches bust
of the skirt No. C."12 sizes 22 to M
ino"i'8 waist or of tho embroidery
pattern 422 one she will be mailed
to any address by the Fashion De-
partment of this paper on receipt of
(en cents for each. (If in haste send
nn additional two cent stump for let-
ter porlaee. which Insures more
prom id delivery.)
poan's Ilegulets euro constipation
without grilling nausea nor any weak-
ening effects. Ak your druggist for
them. 25 cenls per box.
O OKLAHOMA FLYERS O
Hadn't Heard Of Wreck
The other day the raiiwjy men here
on account of the Corporation com-
mission meeting told a good story on
one of the young men now an Oklaho-
ma passenger agent then as the story
runs a diani agent. There had b-en
a T'rocl 3nd on the relief trilr? 'ber
ried out on tlie prairie to relieve the
suffering was a young but energetic
repor'er. For convenience we will
call the railroad man "George" The
f.rst vie iin the reporter saw was a
man whose eyes 'were hi mourning
and whose left arm was In i filing
With h! hilr full of dirt one end of
his shirt collar flying loose aixb his
coat ripped up the back Gcorgn
sitting on the grass and fiercnly 'con-
templating tbf lari'lscifie.
"How many people are hur'?" asked
the reporter hurrying up to him.
"1 haven't heard of anybody being
hurt young mm" said George.
"How d'd the wreck happen?"
"I haven't h'-a-d or any wreck.'
"You- haven't? Who. are you any
! "I don't know that It's any of your
business said Georxfc. "but. I'm I he
'claim a:;er t of the road."
The reporter recovered after a long;
Who He Belonged Ta
There I ves In this city a'womin of
most pleanant disposition but a facial
artist wl;f so. contortions of facial tntis-cli-H
maKe.the peddler hike in ambi-
tion to -of capo without trouble. R-
c :illy 3 reporter for an out-of-tiwri
newspaper sent h interview the
I womnn'-i husband a: to tin politicn
8ii.'l-'ib youtfc Kcc-'ipted fee "asaisn-
wl .io Vita' Li
uii 1 IL 1U r. 1V1.
ment with grave feeling thai region
nihility rwl!i!t(ttv)t across his should
ers. Ho callen ul t.lit homo and tho
good woman believing him a peddler
put on her most stern lace dross and
wont o the door In person.
"Mry I see Mr. ?" he asked of
the stent looking woman w ho opened
Hie door lit 'the house
"No yo ueun't" answercii the mat-
"Hut I want to know what party he
belongs to" pleaded th young re-
porter. The woman drew up hor tall figure.
"Well take a p.ood look tit me" she
said. "I'm the party ho belongs to!"
Whether the reporter look the "mood
look' or not is not recorded but it Is
said he threatened suicide when the
editor called him over the phono and
ashed why the interview was not
Had a Seat Next to Wall.
A local milliner who has been em-
ployed In severs! larfce cities and
feels the responsibility of doing dials
according to the very latest fashion
bus discovered there are reasons
paramount even to fashion's most
particular mandates. Recently a lady
of the most fashionable set but
withal a regular churchgoer came
hastily t0 the mliilnw and asked to
have jibe trimming on her ehapeati
changed from one side to the oher!
"But" expostulated tho milliner Too
Is dainty and . looks fh? part of hav-
ing stepped from the box of fash-
ion's latest plate "trimming Is on the
left aide That is1 where It ought
to be." "It doesn't make any dif-
ference vil!;elher it ought to ba In
front or back or right or le't. It's
got to be on the church side."
"Church side!" echoed the astonish-
ed milliner. "Yes church crfde. I
sit riseht nest to the wall In churotn
and I'm not col tig to have all that
Irlinnilns B"st tfcc'TSll I want It
on the other side so the whole con-
gregation can see It." The trimming
was promptlr placed on the "church
si rle" of tihe hat.
CUSP PROSPECT JELIGHTS HIM
W. B. Anthony private secretary to
Governor Haskell has relumed from
a trip to his .home town of Marlow.
He reports the present oiilliXjk for
this years crops in Southwestern Ok
lahonia the finest in fifteen years.
Thursday night's slorm In the Wash-
ita valley in tho vicinity of CMekasiia
he says was aeroitiptnled by much
hall which damaged tlie Corn. End cot-
ton crop very materially.
Equalization Board In Sesaion
The state board of equalization is
In session this afternoon at tho gov-
erncr's office. At a meeting held
yesterday -afternoon the board placed
the valuation on the 3.V) telephone
companies operating in the state at
exactly the same figures as last year.
including the assessment ngiMiist the!
Pioneer Telephone company which
practically Jibs a monopoly of iiio
stite business having over WD city
exchanges and fill Hues running Into y
cainviy's valuation test ywr miu al-
Df SIGNED Efi'
For tht Home;
J price as J
XJL Q It ti
and Power Co
Neat : Pressisf : Chh
I Will call for and deliver
your clothes cleaned and.'
pressed. Pour suits pcr
month one suit per wetfk
1 11.50. Ladies clothes given $
I ecial attention
the Me or htlww
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1909, newspaper, June 19, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc613993/m1/3/: accessed January 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.