The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1909 Page: 6 of 8
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NEWS OVER OKLAHOMA
Colossal riandkercmet Dale
ay Night June ! 9 7tolOO'clocl
mighty effort to force enormous business in the Handkerchief Department. Near
WhandkcrMm-ls -f lin'iwn into un- gu-;it h with values running as high as .f'l.tH) each all in bo ol'IVivd
roiisists ofiiue all linen hamlkerrlueis with Umt or embroidered edges and jnsidi
it one M'iet
ti 1 -t 1 . . ! I . .1 I...... 4 iMnmii.1 . t"f .l ll 1 1 li I'll. 1 lMnill 1 1 ! 1 II 1 ' .1"
iesiivns; 1 mest riwiss liandKetviiieis wiin einiroiiu'ii um i .-.- n mum u . n ..- . ...... u. mmm .1-
desb-Wforthe entile hit represents an immense purchase of sewral sample lines of a great St. Louis whole-
y:U- hi. at about "'!'. e.;i the dollar.
Every Handkerchief is on a separate card just as used as samples by the large wholesale
houses Thev are nmv i-n display in our show wind v and will not he on sale until Saturday Night at 7
o'clock. The entire lot will Je on Vale at the Handkerchief Counter and will be sold only in lots of. five or
niore ?.t the ruiieuioi!l?i'v urieo uf
if IM M tf$ i
You are privileged to choose the ones which suit your fancy most. At this extreme low
muld buy a whole summer s supply.
j chief Sale
7 to 10
worth up I
to $1 each I
5 for I
irk Sa ii'iiclnnir tli moiinaiiinn'rs in
ut'Jti (u'iinria districts lias been
!!(!' k.vit'Kty by her jmpilrt "Tlie
mdsv Laiiv'of PoKSum Trot." Sim
a Jeserlpiion 3t ti minMir.g at
liffrtSo iff tl'p National ("liariiies and
t .riMTtions f tho cnnle Imt warm-
;iried people nmonj? wlmm wise
ilk. Rile is tssgasi'd in Ihis (.euclt-
;f for Tin? love of It liaViiig fotiml
w u.va-;' aaJ narrow m-ro ihi--ps
r.f tbo people she lteM etl to do
mfib'.iK. l"- cWUlron tt at ihi-ir
nlouk might be largpr. hf shjv
irt.i!u "Sior BChon herself until it
fc law t hit others came t'
r g;d ami ivr.w tV-ro 'is n nmro
-n-thy work than r'.at Jn which shr
...v.;-g(j. that 1h afiiMCiiiif ' nicir'1
!!': atlpnf ior..
ho iia "hack
iin.l ki'.mvs Ihti
is pivsiih-nt of
In1 iiiiti'.t linvo
iliiobi i;is;i. s his
" ii'ieii(iiit5 mc'U icino
about niinin? but he
. cr company and so
t'.if report a tinil no
wife's wo.d for it in
; fif.m Uie ;ay rfmarts
filibji'Ct tliR ayt'i-Hftf woin-
inn 't-rr !ini! of twins Imt-
nd will PfHui tlemirii! a
i.sa Ust fastens in front profcr-
ily on.tlw fhh In fact there is a
'maud fur j'.ist such
s'pecially for tiiornins wrnr
i limie.. The simple lin If muslin or
! -role Rowns made wt'Jh Unich neck
bfl fasii'iied down th fade are so
aiu-riiiiilf iiiat. i! seems rra-onab'e
I t!prf)Bf (hat wiih tlie wlnier the
jrt'oad flown the back pown will cn
I ) ray f;f the short Kleevc. One
S two ho'.i.s.-s in the riiy are maU-
2 R .special!? rf the tniKso .lepart-
Hllfl (." nr. 111!' til')!) uin iiKt
a-iiv fi.nnd in this denart-
fti She TOfflPii's dress de-
tue woman m rPip.meii
iir vouflil'rd llscure.
- !tt;J. O'ltelilv. sp
him i.!in'i'i-iir? Oi J Man!
lorncaion;! usM ihav. most
j'libii-Pi'i who play tniimt
i ntH fj iliiii Ere iioi noi inal.
i 'i family iiisiorScs satdi
ffd.i came from degenerating or
1 1 n per families; one one-third tho
lithpr or molhtr was dead and of
.ore than cinj-half the lather or
.other was intemperate. Out of the
iimlred ce-fonrth of Hip srj-pnlled
uauts had ii be iioardcd out. hav-
'g no home to which they could re-
epoi-ts to Her Husband.
Mrs. Nellie '. i'pham.
ijic-n In Colorado has
Siitarly So i?r husband
iU'fr case Mrs. I'pham is much
inlercriteii hi tho coal explosions and
is thankful for the fact that in the
five years in which she i.as been a
mine M'tteniilendont there have been
Still After Tariff Makers.
The women rf the Cook County
leai;ue are still after ttn legislators
in regard to the tariff and threaten
1o W dm ni to Washington and en-
in the nioKt onnihaiic lobby
campaign. Kellers have bei-n Kent
to 'Senators in nil parts of tihe conn-
trv aidda their aid. They nve con
sideiim liKlns a lotter sent mif by
the Wayne knittiji'i mil's' mnnufae
Hirers f hosiery lelliiiR iheir ciis-
tiimors that the. oppose any change
frrm the present hoi'iery schedule of
the Dinsloy bill.
Kicg'.'' Friend to Visit Us.
b l.-i reported once a ye. r at this
I line that H'.vo celebrated benilly
Mrs. Ccoii;e Keppel who Is .said to
be a ureal friend of Kini; Kdward is
coniin;: to this country. As usual
it is reported dial hhc Is. com ins to
spend this summer at Newport and
it is to be hoped lint she is aivnre
of the fact and will conic. j
Few Women Are Preactw?
There are not many women pnudc
ers in Knirbuid. but Miss Harriet ()f-
rer f'ilr is In eloirce of a Cnnsrfe-
uallosiai ('all in n .small vllhiire in
Snv"x. and Sie? I.. (". I'. Sntiih tli
elected pastor f f consrcKatlon in
Cardiff. Women are pot very numer-
ous in Jinv r;f hi iri'iessio'is !-j (lie
T'.rilish !k'cf; 1
Designs Her Own Gowns.
I'atv.r.r-ss '(''.'in. who Is ir the Vni-
toil i'laies with Admiral Vriu wears
Anierican fashioned kowiir while she
is In ihis country and designs them
herself. Ffio voce a princess rrown
recently with wistaria vines climbing
up the back and sleeves of silver
embroidery that was much admired.
At home she 'rears the Japanese j
cfisiunio. as she th'iiks thai no.H.li
Beware of the Bhck Hat.
The black f at. is a very pretty and
itirevtl'-e one leit the woman who
b pas? her v line and w ln se face
shows it should beware of it. Espe-
cially should she shun it if h"r hair
U lifjht. but the brown-haired W'.ini-
;in. may v.'iiture t() wear it fur a long-
er time. The black hat looks best
when it encircles ilie youthful face
of a w.ira.'ui less than Hit and may be.
nude a great asset in the aids to
Tertsi of Life.
President. iVheoler of California
tmivorf-iit K'lys of the col!ea;e gradu-
jm: "It will be in the final sum-
in I uj? up one and the same test Kiat
will be ajiplied to men and women
miners 'r architects teachers or
doctors builders or makers of bnokr.
engineers cr bioloi;isfs; it will he
a test conceived in the spirit of your
doing and the effectiveness or lives
and di iniis in service and good will
A WOMAN'S APPEAL.
To all knowing sufferers- of rheu-
matism whether muscular or of the
joints sciatic lumbagos backache
pains In the. kidneys or neuralgia
pains to write to her for a homo
treatment 'which has repeatedly cum"
nil of these tortures iihe feels it
her dutv to send it to nil sufferers
Kit EE You cure yourself at home as
thousands will testify no change o!
climabi being necessary This Iniph
dir.covory banishes uric acid from the
blood loosens tho stiffened joints
purities tho blood and brightens the
yes. pi v in j? clue! icily and tone to the
whole system. If the above interests
you for proof address Mrs. M. Sum-
mers box it South bend. bid.
Breaching services a
p. III. : '.
Y. F. C. U at 7 P. ra
FRED G. WRIGHT Pastor.
West Side Methodist Church
Corner West Noble and lltb street
Sunday school 9:45.
Pi caching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m
Junior league at 2:30.
Young people's class at 3 p. m.
Epworth lejgue at 7:1" P m.
Cordial invitation extended to all
M. F. RAINSBEROER
First Baptist Church.
Corner Noble and Vine.
Sunday school 9.45 a. ni.
Yourif? People's meeting G.30 p. DJ.
Joe Charliville President.
tertuon by the pastor 11 a. in. and
::o P. m.
Homer L. Matlhsws Choir Leader.
1 THE CHURCHES
First Presbyterian Church.
Corner Noble and Division
lie.'. Harry Omar Scott 1). D. ras
Wunday Siaiool. !).4" n. ni.
Mo.'uiiiK service at II a. m.
Hr Scon's evening I limine will
Tlii Vabie of Silence"
Trinity Episcopal Church.
.108 Kftst Noble avenue.
Rev. f)r. Prooke bishop.
Hev. A. H. Nicholas liectcr.
Second Sunday Uter Trinity.
Holy commiinion 7.30 a. m.
Kund .iy '. libol ): i.'i a. m.
Service ami Sermon It a. m.
West Guthrie Mission.
Sunday School tit 2:30 p ni. fol
lowed by preaihiti!;. You are cordial
ly invi't-rl to nil of these services.
E. I). Cameron. Pastor.
Uni'ed Prcbyjisrian Church
Corner Clif dan 1 and Ash.
abhadi s I oel at. 10 a. in.
First Church of Christ Scientist
First Reader Daniel M. Myers.
Services: 11 A. M. Sunday School It
A. M. Wednesday S P. M.11G N
I! read street.
Reading Room in rear of church:
open daily from 2 to 5 P. M.
Corner Warner and
sane Coot-man pastor.
Sunday school a' 10 a. m.
Sermon at 11 a. m.
TPS C E nt 0:45 p
Preaching at 7:30 p m. i
M. E. Church South
Sunday school 9: 45 A. M.
Preiiciurig ii:00 a. m.
1m:!or League. ;i:(ifl p. m.
Senior League 7:00 p. lit.
Prenciiing S : 00 p. m.
At the 11 o'clock service the Sur
lay school will observe children's da
Dip li'iur w''.i he given up emhoiy
ho little folk. :
At Hi': evening hour ther- 'vi'l h
i sermon bv the liastV on: "Tho Edit
ational Yalee cf Teh Sunday School
You are cordially Invited to worshli
John R. Abernathy Pastor
Corner Ash ami East Noble
'docks north of Carnegie library .
T. L. Noblitt A M. M. 1). minisiei
'leu. 70S East Oklahoma Phone ti7
bible School at 10:00 a. in.
Y. P. S. C. E. at 7:00 p. in.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and
Morning theme: "The
Evening theme: "Jesus As A States
Music by the chorus will be a lea
ug feature at. both services.
Strangers always welcomed tht
CHEROKEE A LIVE WIRE.
APACHES ROUND UP CATTLE
fpecial c .Daily Leader. Special to thQ Daiiy Leader.
Chwokee. Okla. June 19 Chero- Fort Sol Okla. June 13 The Apa-
kee started today on the installation c-he ' prisoners of war hae just com
of !h "(L-e.tt White Way" along phted the annual roundup of .theii
.Ma::: street and Grand avenue. The cattle which feed on the i-escrvu
system Is to have one hundred and for the purpose of branding them
four lights set on concrete upright There are now 1000(1 heal of cattle
p.les equipped with 40-candle jiower all of them the increase of a herd ol
Tungsen lights. Ttiiere will be eight .rOO0 catt.e purchased for the Indian?
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Cure the Cause
Headache arises from many can sop anil llioro arc man' Ivin.ln
cf hcu.-liiclie. . But every woman recognized ami dreads most uf all
that torturing headache whicli is a yniploin of female trouble.
To- relieve bucL pain is needed a medicine whicli will act on
lit;; eatsa tlie irotihle. AVotneti who lutvc used Cardni and
tliara are Ihotisa.uaH of them in nearly every state ra-omnu "id it
as s sueceg.-sful realmTit for this kind of headache.
Cardu: is a Teetal.lo medicine containing no drura or Jiarm-
I ul in'm-dieals. It has been PiiccessfuHy used for more than 50
I 3er3 and lias Rrown more popular cadi year. Thou don't exR'ri-
ii .: rd
' r . rA
mcnt get iliirdtii the standard reliable medicine for women's ills
Head tifU letter from Jfrs. Albert Root Amanda Ohio. Bhc
writes: "'I'' nave used Cardni and it has helped me wonderfully.
Before I commenced taking Cardui I was eiek
in bed half the time with headache was hardly
ever without it. I have gained 10 pounds since
I used Cardui arid can do all my housework.
All my i'l'ii'ibls say I look like a different person.
Your ru'dicine is a blessing to sick woman."
Try Cardui and got ridf that headache
I:; aVties-" se.'O In help you.
For sale at alt druggists.
" " "f '
n Tito T?'
lighis to tlie block with an addition-
al iw'iitv in Alfalfa park. The pow
er for the "Great While Way" Is
furnished from the municipal plant.
The wiring is all underground and
the posts are set in concrete in the
em-l.tnir. The nosts are the same
design as are used on Pennsylvania
avenue in Waongton.
Tell some deserving Rheumatic
offerer that there is yet one sim
ile nay to certain relief. Get Dr.
Shoop's hook on Rheumatism and a
free trial test. This book will make
t entirely clear how Rheumatic palna
ire quickly killed by Dr. Shoop's
Rheumatic Remedy liquid or tab
lets. Send no money 'litip test is
free. Surnrlse some disheartened
sufferer by first getting for him the
hook from Dr. Snoop Racine Wis.
Wallace s drug store.
neeial to the Daily Leader.
Wviinewr.od. Ok a.. June 19. The
board of education of this city elect- C0Yltract hag been let for the machin
al a full corps of teachers for the. prv n.i pouiDiuent and work swill be
iflOl-10 term Prof. S. M. Barrett
former vice nresident. of tihe Edmond
normal and editor of the Oklahoma
School Herald was elected superin
tendent. The high school depart
ment will be better equipped this
vear than ever before as thev are
making preparations to install ap-
paratus for teaching manual training
agriculture and domestic science.
TEACHERS AT WYNNEWOID.
bv the Government shortly after :tu
redskins were brought to Sill twenty
three vears aso. Late 'his fj.ll. as is
customary each year all the steers
calves and old cows will be sold an
the funds divided -among the Apaches
Could Not Be Better.
No one has ever male a saive
ointment lotion or balm t0 compare
with Ducklen's Arnica Salve. Its the
one perfect healer of Cuts. Corns
Burns Bruises Sores Scalds boils.
Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum. For
Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped
Hands its supreme. Infallible for
Piles. Only 25c at all druggists.
STARTING WORK ON
Special o Daily Leader.
Sapnlpa Okla. June 19. M". B.
Wells president of the Wells Sapul-
pa Packing company has ariived
from Illinois to start tihe work on the
building. Twelve cars of material
have arrived Mr. Wells says the
IS A PUP A DOG?
Special to the Daily Leader.
.)kniuleef Okla. .Juiie.. .19 Henry
.tenegai ihe dog catcher at Musko-
juw it grievance wf oh may result
oi a lawsuit. Last mon'h he present-
Hi a bill to the council for the slaugh-
ter of a dog and six pups at $1 apiece.
The bill was for $0. Tlie finitice com-
iiittee declared that only one dog had
jeen hilled and- therefore "only $1
diould he paid and tut. Uie bill. Rene-
?ar is.-Uiw trying to find out if a pup
is a dog. and if l'ot. what is ic?
iN-JUtlRIES FATAL AT DAVIS
'Fecial ic Daily Leaflet'.
Davis. Okla. June 19 Houston Wil-
son son of S. ifl Wilson of this place
iled f'om the effects of being hit 'with
i baseball while playing on the local
liamond Tuesday. Young Wilson was
ct the hi and failed to dodge when
a ball came toward him the ball bit-
nig him bi the temple. He was a
ember oi the W. O. W
Pain anvwhere stonoed In 20 ri.In-
ites sure" with one of Dr. Shoop's
Pink Pain Tablets. The formula 's
m the 25 cent box. Ask your Doctor
ir nriipedef about this formula! Stops
womanly pains headadhe pains any
where. Write Dr. snoop iiacine.
Wis. for free trial to prove value.
Wallace's drtg store.
F. L. ARMSTRONG KILLED.
rushed to com nletion. The naekery
will have a dally capacity of 400 cat-
tle and C00 hogs ft is expected to
be in operation by October 1.
Trouble Makers Ousted.
When a sufferer from stomach
trouble takes Dr. King's New Life
Pills he's mighty glad to see his
Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but
more he's tickled over Ihis new fine
appetite strong nerves healthy vigor
all because stomach liver and kld-
eeys now work right. . 25c at all
Special to the Daily Lenide:.
Guymon Okla. June 19. f. b.
rmstrone. a drayman was shot and
instantly killed here. Two shots
were heard by near neigtuiors ana
he deceased was found a few min-
utes later in a dying condition witia
i wo shotgun wounds in his body
nade apparently at very close range
Ither of which would have been
fatal. The coroner s jury rendered
verdict charging W illiam est-
noreland witn me snooting aim ne
s now in custody.
ELECTION AT RYAN
Special to the Daily Leader.
Ryan Okla. Juno 19 At an elec-
tion held her? there was voted ?(l90hli
to be used as follows: Wh'erworks
$45.miO electric lights $0000 sewer
age $lS.m0. The vote was as follows:
For waterworks 14S against : 101
lights 14:'. against 7. for sewerage 130
Fvervbodv's friend- Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil. Cures toothache; earache
tore throat Heals cuts bruises.
scalds. Stops any pain.
JUSINESS ACTIVE AT SULPHUR.
pedal to the Daily Le-nle..
Siilnhnr. Okla.. June 19. I tu
ark National bank located In West
Sulphur moved from its old location
o line Leydft & Cootie building mm
c he iree-storv uuui iuk on. me
corner of Muskogee and Davis ave
nue. In their nun Iwatlon they have
me of the prettiest banks in Okla
homa. . )
In rdekness if a certain hidden
orvo Ivies wmnir. then the organ
hat this nerve controls will also
iiirtly fail. It may be a Stomach
mi-u or It mav have given strength
uid support to tihe Heart or Kidneys.
t was Dr. Shoop that first iwinied to
his vital truth. Dr. snoops itestor
tiv was not made L dose the Stem
eh nor to temporarily stimulate the
leart or Kidneys mat oia iasu
-nra inettuv.1 is all wrong. Dr
thoop's Restorative goes directly to
hese failing inside nerves. Tt'ie re-
markable success of this prescription
lemon st rates the wisdom of treating
ho oeiunl cause of these railing or
mno And b ta lndeeil easy to prove
V simple five or ten days test will
mreiv tell. Trv it once. nd seel
Sold by Wallace's drug store.
NOTICE OF ELECTION CALL.
tni in tho Daliv Leader.
Nowata. Okla.. June 19. County
Clerk Ed Elliott has just received
official notice from the secretary of
slate announcing the fact that a"
election will fee held in Nowata
county Thursday August 19. at
iwhich time the people of Nowata wse wa.
conntv will vote to decide whether
or not the county seat will be chang
ed from Nowata to Delaware.
Women Who Are Envied.
Those attractive women who are
lovely iu face form ami temper are
Ihe envy 0f many who nilgilnt be like
iin.ni a weak sicklv woman will be
nnd irritable. Constipation
or Kidney poisons show lr. pimples.
blotches skin eruptions anil a
-retched complexion. For all such
KMeririe Bitters work wonders. They
regulate Stomach. Liver nnd Kidneys
purify the blood; give strong nerves
bright eyes pur0 breath smooth.
velvety skin lovely complexion. Many
nharniing women owe their health
and beauty to them. 50c at all druggists.
TEXHOMA EANK CHANGES
Special to tho Dally Leader
Texhoma. Okla.. June 19 A! a.
meeting Of the board of directors of
tue r armt rs State bank A. V. bailey
resigned as cashier and was succeeded
by W. C. Terry a wealthy banker of
La Monte Mo. who has controlling
stock of the bank. Mr. Terry will "ve
in Texhoma and Eive his entire at
tention to banking. Dr. E. Snow wilt
remain a;-: president.
FREE DELIVERY AT SAPULPA
Special to Daily Leader.
Sapulpa Okla. June 19 Free deliv-
ery service was yesterday established
lr. Sapuipa. There will be two deliv-
eries daily by the thrse carriers mho
handle the routes. So heavy was the
first day's delivery that carrier No.
1 had to make two trips on the morn-
COURT HOUSE BONDS DEFEATED
Special to Dnllv Leader.
Shattuck Okla. June 19 rue re
sult of the special bond election
proved disastrous to the court house
construction proposition. Ti'aere were
1022 votes cast 910 voting for the
bonds and 700 against. Asa bond
proposition requires CO per cent of
Ihe voles cast the proposition lack-
ed fifty-seven votes of carrying.
C A ST O R I A
Special to the Daily Leader.
Tuttle Okla. June 19 F. O. Den-
ills who has a bank at Mustang has
bought tho First Natlcal bank in
this citv and ifill convert it into a
state bank f IndW the name of the
Oklahoma litte bank. The capital
stock of thlmank will be reduced to
In the r.j
kla. June 19. Edgar
the misfortune to lose
.d all tho contents last
wife was away on a visit
It-1? big breakfast early
in be started to the
v after he noticed the
what your money is go-
ing to pay for don't
take any old tiling hand-
ed out but insi.it on the
best. That's what you
get here every time.
in town and tlie pariieu-.
lar brand you want.'
Good ideatake a boxJ
along. They're awfully
106 E. Okla. Ave
WILL RAISE PIGEONS
Special to the Da?lv leader.
Guymon. Okla.. June - 19. Lyman
Ravnee is emhirkiiig quite extensive
ly in the raising of pigeons. Purlins
a recent visit in Kansas city ne mait
it a point to look up a lot of good
purchases In the pigeon line and dur-
ing the past week there arrived a big
shipment of these birds forty in num-
ber. Mr. Savage h.t commenced the
oust ruction of a big Inclosure of wire
netting 14 feet wide G feet long
md 20 feet high.
j; B. FAIRFIELD
BRINGING IN POTATOES
siieelil to the Dally Leader
Sallis:iw. Okla.. June 19. The farm-
ers are now bringing Irish potatoes
and selling them to the buye-s nt. a
uoo.l p'-ice. t. is estimated tint there
will be rifty cars shipped from Sal-
lisaw this week.
ELtCTlOW IN VIW5TA
Special to the Daily I'ader.
Viuiia. Okla.. June 19. The county
commissioners ha ie calle r n elect ion
AUKUfcl H ta wt. u.v K.cr.:.;
build a court house and 135000 bonjj
1 Transfer Coal Wood and Storage
- uoocis racKea otorea j
and Shipped to Order.
! Phone 20 Office and Yards 407-409 Wert 1
' (Successor lo M. Weiubew'er.)
StQv. Anything Move .Everyl:I'itig
orfke Ml.iOk1 Ave Phofteil?'
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