The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1909 Page: 8 of 8
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PAH I- SIX
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NEW AGE. ' I NW AGE. I NEW AGE.
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LViaiTelous r reparation
Perfected by a Guthrie
air and Removes
Kew Age Dandruff Remedy and New
Age Hair Grower are two valued prod-
ucts that liavc boon perfected by Dr.
Hixon of this fit v. These formulas
have proven that they can' do all that is
claimed for them in stopping the loss of
hair invigorating the scalp and causing
the disappearance of dandruff and pro-
ducing a renewed growth of hair in any
rase which achievement is generally be-
JieVed to be impossible by the public.
'This fact has been so thoroughly
demonstrated to a number of business
people of Ouihrie and surrounding towns
in Oklahoma that a Corporation has
been formed with a capitalization of
$.30000 to place these Itemed ic-3 on the
market on a large plan.
In order to show his faith in . these
products Dr. Hixon has placed a limited
amount of these goods on sale in the
Jr';'ug Stores and Barber Shops of Guth
rie and has also arranged to fill any out-
side orders promptly.
Ntw Age Dandruff Remedy is pre-
pared for all cases where the hair is fall-
jag' out itching and eruptive scalp and I
1 dandruff present restoring the hair and
scalp to a healthy condition in a very
New Age Hair Grower is especially
prepared for those who desire the hair
to Y)b increased in thickness and also for
tli-at-yast --number of individuals who
have lost all or part of their hair.
FuH directions accompany each pack-
age'ai well a if valued treatise pnHhu
I care- and growth of the hair. Thesu
products are put out by New Age Chem-
ical Co. Tlie goods will be on sale in
D near-oy mies in uie near iiuuie. ve
iif vite a close inspection and trial of
tftcsc goods. The price of New Age
'f)nndniff Iiemedv is $1.00 and New Ago
"Hair Grower $1.-30 and will be sent out-.
Ride of Guthrie express prepaid:' on
receipt of price; !
5 'fl L ? t New Age Chemical Co.
.. t V ' Guthrie Okla
Ncw jAilAtlFtWeAWs $1.00
NtuvAdc Hair Grower - - - 1.50
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet.
&'DrlngfieM Z2 H Ai
Ear lesvillp 30 17 . G3S
Eni.l 25 20 .5.-
f'Utsburn 23 24 . .48't
Wobb City ..21 21 .477
Muskogee 22 ' 25 . .463
Guthrie 16 31 .310
Joplin '. 11 31 .292
In pitchers' bat'le that lasted 11
lnning3 the Senators lost the first of
the .series to the Enid Railroaders
Friday by the score of 5 to 4. The
game wfs a close and exciting one.
The f.a ures of the game was sensa-
tional running catches by Gelst in the
cutfiehl and TJ Price and Pokar-
ney in the infieW. The Senators out-
hit the' v.'aitors securing thirteen hi s
to their eight but the former played
in haM luck and gave the visitor i
narrow escape sever-! time3 during
he game when a base runner would
be called out at home on & close de
MfGill a new (wirier was in the
bos for the Senators nnd pitched a
star game. but. did i.ot receive the
Usual goo.) support from the torn. He
Ptruck oul five men allowed bu.
eiRht scattered hits and but one earn-
ed run. No hits were secured off him
after the seven'h inning.
Bill! let a southpaw twirled the
sphere fur the Railroaders anil al-
though he received good support was
hit for two two-base hits and eleven
Tho'Sens'ora retired -the first three
Halfroaders up in quick order McUill
mowing the first two off at the plate
and the third out on a fly pulled down
to Gelst. Hi s by Patterson Leut-
iReVa 'sarlfice by Cooley and a hot
line drive by Ree.1 secured two runs
:u the first inning for the locals.
Three errors by the locals hits uy
Jones and Smith and a sacrifice by
Allen weie productive of four runs for
the visitors in the third inning.
Pokarney lead off with a single in
he fifth inning and scored on a sac-
iflce hit by Patterson and a hit. by
Cooley who led off with a single tn
he sixth inning was advanced to sec
ond ori a sacrifice by Reed failod in
in attempt to make home on a hot
trivo over 'second base by Gelst. but
Manager Price delivered in the pinch
vlth a iwo-bagger scoring ucis
Reed led off wltn a single In the
ilnth and Manager Price after two
nen were out tried to win the game
)y knocking two base hit but Reed
vas called out on a close decision at
itmie plaie. Until the eleventh Inning
he visltois never got more than two
nen on base j afer they secured their
our runs in the third inning.
It the eleventh inning McGill struck
:-ut the tnst batsman and gave Ken-
ledy a tree ticket to first. Jones go!
o first on an error. Brooks and Ken
nedy attempted to pull off a squeeze
Rr.biit. McGUl Pt Kennedy cut ot
home piaie at the critical moment.
Catche Waging on whom no basa
mnner could Steal a base yesterday
nir beinp caught in the sc? by his
iead-sure-tbrowlng put the ball to
econd to catch Joneu who was steal-
vg 'second. Leuttke omitted o cover
nd Jones scored on the play the ball
solus? to the outfield.
The tabulated Scorer
owman. 2b 5 0 0 2 2 0
'sabel rf. 5 0 0 4 1 0
isi Price as 6 0 l 3 4 i
Vcnedy c! 4 1 2 1 2 0
'ones lb 5 2 2 12 0 1
"roolts If 5 1 13 0 0
mlth 30. 5 112 3 0
illen. c 3 0 1 5 2 1
Millet ..4 0 0 1 3 0
To' al ...
puttke 2b. .
"ooley lib. .
'ped lb. .'. . .
ielm.' If. . . . .
'1. Pric? rf.
' oharney .88.
Taring r.. ..
42 5 8 33 17 3
4 1 1 2 0 0
5 1 2 6 4 1
3 0 1 0 2 2
t 0 312 1 II
.....4 1 1 5 0 1
5 0 3 1 0 0
5 1 1 1
5 0 1 7
5 .0 0 0
Total ........ 40 4 13 33 18 7
Score: . R. II. E
Snld . . . 004 000 000 015 8 3
Jiith.ie .... 200 Oil 000 00-4 13 7
Smnmarv Kauied runs Guthrie 4
Knld 1; two base hits II. Price (2).
Ted' Price; iiacMice -hits Alien rai-
'rrson. Coolcv and Gelst: hits off
I'alliet 13. off McGUl 8; struck out
iv'MrO 5. by Hallict 3: ouse on
ttals off McGill I; stolen bases Jones;
hit bV pitched bail Patterson Cooley.
Umpire Hansen. Attendance
Bartlenville 2 Muskogee 0
Bartl'-RVille Ok. Juno 19 Inabil-
ity to hit Thomas whm hits coun'e.
resulted in a shut out for Muskogee
awe: H. II. K
Baftlosviile .... 011 000 000-2 8 ' 2
Muskogee (X)0 000 0000- 5 2
Battorlef Thomas and Vanderhlll;
NEW AGE CHEMICAL CO.
:" . GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
Pittsburg 2 Webb City 1
Webb City. Mo. June 19 Pittsburg
vestevday won a ten Inning game from
Webb City after the locals had scored
In the firth- '
Score: R. H. E
Webb City .. 000 Via 000 01 5 3
ri'tsburg .... 000 001 Otto 1-2 5 2
Bitterns Taylor and Brown; Reh
ner and -Retilker. ' ; " i ';
fJprlngfieM Mo. June 19 Ross the
Indian pi'eher won another shut out
rre- R. H. fS.
JopHu W0 000 WO-0 3 2
Siirlncfic! i .... 110 000 21 5 7 5
Batteries Beckenbaugh and Brown;
Koss and Wood.
w Kelkves sour stomach
palpitation of the heart Di. saia whityou tat-
W . L Pet.
Shrevspott Z2 24 .571
Houston 32 23 .561
Okhhorua City 31 23 .554
San Antonio ....30 '26 .536
Dallas 32 ' 29 .525
Fort Worth ."...26 '32 .443
Galveston 25 3.1 .417
Waco 25 ZT .403
W. - L. Fct
Wichita 28 18 .603
Sioux Cits 28 18 .609
Omaha 28 21 .571
Topeka 23 21 .523
Te3 Moines 25 23 .521
Denver 23 24 .489
Lincoln ; 16 29 356
Pueblo 15 31 .326
W. L. Pet.
IiHiianapoli 34 27 557
Milwaukee 32 27 1542
Columbus ... ...31 28 .52o
Louisville 32 29 .525
Minneapolis 30 29 .508
Kansas City .29 . 30 .492
Toledo 26 31 .456
St. Paul 25 31 .446
New. York 23
St. Louis ....19
w. l. ret
rittsburs 136 13 .7o
Chicago 33 18 .647
New York ...r 24 . 21 .533
Cincinnati 27 24 .529
Philadelphia ......22 21 .478
St. LouU . . . ; . . .21 30 .412
Brooklvu .... ...19 29 .396
Boston .14 32 .301
Pittsburg iune 19 Camnitz won
bis own tame from New York by
crossing the pjate In the eleventh In
ping with two men out maRtng me
score 3 to 2.-
Score: R. If. E
Pittsburg . .0Qf f?n.000 0!-3 10 3
New York ..J00 002 000 002 7 5
Pineries Camnitz ani Gibson;
Wiltse nd Meyer3
Summary Three base hit. Leach;
sacrifice hits Abstein Camnitz Doyle
double pi i.vs Miller Wagner and Ah
tein Doyle Birdwell and lemiey;
base on balls off Wiltse 3 off Cam
nitz 3; B'ruck out by Wiltse 3 by
Camnitz 6. ..
Umpire:- Emslle and O'Day.
Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 1
Cincinnati June 19 Ewing'3 goo.
pitching was .the prima feature in the
victory of ClnclnnaU o'er 'Philade!
phi a. ' '
Score: ' R. H. E
Cincinnati 01 100 20 12 1
Philadelphia ... 0(M) 00 iOO 1 7 i
Batteries Ewing ami McLean
Sparks Richie and Dooin."
Summary Two base hi s Oiiites.
iagee McLean; three base hit. Mlt
chel!; sacrifice hits Egan. Magee
double day Shean to Bransfield; base
on balls off Ewing 1 off Spark3 1. oft
Richie '2; struck out by Ewing 5 by
Tnnpki. Kas. June 19 Wichita oui
played Topeka and won bj a score ol
Score: ; : R. H.-E
Wichita 000 0O2 1025 12 1
Topeka 000 001 0012 7 i
Batteries Krennan and Weaver;
Kaufma'i and McManus.
Sioux City 6 Des Moines 4
I)es Moines June 19 Sioux City
outpliyed Des Moines and won fi to 1
Score: ' - " K. H. ft.
f)es Molnof- 200 000 0024 8 . 3
Sioux City . . . . 003 010 002- G 7 2
nattenes Kirwan. Clarke and Meek
inger; Melter and Towne.
Omaha 1 Lincoln 0
. Llnco'n -June 19. In the pretties!
game of the season In Lincoln Oma-
ha defeated the locals by a score ot
1 to 0... . . . .
-Score: . ' - - -t R. II. E
Lincoln . 000 000 0000 4 2
Omaha ..... V . 000 100 OO0-1 91
LHte-ies Jones snd Sullivan; Low-
er and Gend.ng!
tfi-nver;11iPif6lV . .
leblo June 19 Ha.tch was "in
loor form and Denver ivon .' in the
early Innings. . .'
Score; ' ! 'R.II.E
Deliver 121 2(0 011-11 11 2
Pueblo 003 010 002-- 6 10 1
Batteries Adams and Thompson:
Hatch Bonno n4 Jhl. ;
AMERICAN Lf AGUE '
Philadelphia June 19 Detroit was
beaten b? Philadelphia 3 to 1 through
the effective pitching of Kuse. The
home team drove KHHan off th rub
ber Iff the seventh inning.
Fcore: ' R. H. E
) f IMtMllftlUlltt (V m r-u xu i
Detroit 000 001 0001 8 1
Batteries Krause and ThCJia.i; Kll-
Every Day Youj
w. 7 I I I
I k'k'X Have them onour Sorint and
at the neck over the flat space be-
low the neck across the shoulders
in front over the breast. They are
stylish--a line here a curve there
an unusual slant of the lapels-the
little points that brains thought out and knew how
to put there. Ready for you at from
S.SO to S3 Suit
Summer undenvear in All
I That -HI
HI IllWff III y "ItT
.-M.ital.Migiar.giaiil If -
Hose in all
lian Wille ts Suggs and Stanage.
Summary Two base hits Krause
Thomas; three base hits Murhy; sac
rlflce hits Collins Crawford; double
idavs. Bush. Schaofer. Moriarity; base
on balls off Krauze 1 off Klilian 2
off WiUeUs 1; struc kout by h'ause o
by Killi tn 2 by Suggs 2.
Umpires Hurst and Connelly.
Clevilsnd 10. New York 4
New York June 19 Cleveland hit
Prockett heavily and easily defeated
New Yo''ic by a score of 10 to 4.
1 Score: R. II. E.
Cleveland 00 302 05010 13 1
New York .... 000 112 000 4 8 1
Batteries Joss and Easterly Brock-
ett and Kieinow. ;
Summjry Two base hits Goode
Kieinow Hemphill Ball (2); three
base hits Engle; sacrifice hits Lord;
double tlays Engle am! Kleincw;
struck out. by Brocke't 3 by Joss 6;
base on balls off Brockett 5 off Joss
' "Umpires Kern and O'Laughlin.
Washington 3 St. Louii 0
"Washinigon June 19 Hughes wai
i' big puz'zie to St. Louis while Criss
wa3 hit hard with men on ba3es
Washington winning 5 to 9.
Score R. H. E.
Wabhlngon .... 020 000 30 5 7 0
St. Louis OC-0 000 0000 5 5
Batteries Hughes and Street; Crisis
and .Crlgsr. ' ' .
Summary Two basa hits Browne
Hughes; sacrifice hits McBrlde
Street; double play Unglaub McE'ihle
Donohue; base on balls off Cria. 3;
struck out by Hughes 2 by Ctiss 8.
- Umpires Egan and Slieri'iavi.
Today and tomorrow we will sell the choicest
tomatoes tbe market affords for (x. per lb. or a 5-lb.
basket for 25c. This is just 1-2 what they have been
selling for and they are FINE.
We receive a fresh supply of vegetables every
morning that are very choice. Send in your order
early in the forenoon so we will be able to get them
delivered in time to cook for dinner. Our pleasure
is to please you.
Phones 192 and 374
Waco Tex. June 19 Orohan was
unhittable with men on bases and Ok-
lahoma Lily shut out Waco 2 to 0.
j Score by innings:
Waco .... 000 000 0000
Oklahoma City 010 001 000 2
O DOPE FOR THE FANS. O
San Antonio 6 Dallas 5
'San Antonio Tex. June . t'J With
one down in the 10th Firestone placed
out a homer 'Winning yesterday's game
Score: R- H. E
San Antonio ..not) 000 lot) 0 8 1
Dallas 000 0!M) 050 05 10 1
.' Batteries Mitchell Abies and
Shan; Moore Peters and Onslow
Galveston 11 Vort Worth 1
Calves' on. Tex. Juno' 19 Galvest
on got to Sorrells In the seventh in
ning and won easily.
J-core: R. H. H
Galveston .... 001 100. 72 11 15 1
Fort Worth ... 1Q-J OOd 000 1 6 6
Batterh'ii Johnson and "Quiesser;
Sorrells nnd Green.
Houston 5 Shrevcport 0
J Houston Tex.. June -.19 Rose had
the hara hi'titiK Pirates' under Ida
thumb nnd the locals won.
Score: R. H. K.
Houston U0 0V 4" 5 7 0
Shreve1Wrt .... 000 000 000-0 6 3
p.itterk'i Rose and Gordon; Bau-
er nnd Garvin. ?
l;At Milwaukee Columbus I 4 Ml-iaul-.ee
1 (ten Innings.)
' At Minneapolis Minneapolis 4 In-
At Kansas Cl'y K-msaa City 2 To-
At St. Taul Louisville 1. St. Paul 0
! Umpli'.; Hanson who is officiating
here is impartially ro ten at times?. He
jwas rotten-egged at Joplin Thursday.
Gelst the harl working pitcher of
the locals Is a good outfielder as
well as a pitcher. He pulled down five
difficult-flies In left field in Friday's
game one of which was the finest
'running catch ever made on the local
McGill. the new Ditcher owns a fur
niture store In Texas and plays bmi
I for tin- tove of the sport. He is a fine
j looking mini and la euifcii. to a New
j York Chwt iu sissc.
i The Senators seem to !)e lame on
(base running. They bat well enough
and play n good game in the fiekl
The outfield of-the Senators was
worked hard yesterday.
M?nau"r Price was the candy Ivy
'with (hp stick yesterday coming
trobgh with hits when they were
"IHid." Read male his usual three
hifs yesverdav ant played a star wane
at. first with one exception.
; HIV B7 Ci'i i in i si k V 1 1 lufTdifbf olCTn 6
llii.M.New Is here reiMirHns the.Gu h-
rie Eniif series.'
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY
Enid ' a Guthrie.
Muskogee at Barilesville.
Plltr.liurg at. Webb City.
Joplin at Springfield.
Oklahoma City at Waco.
Dallas at Pn Antonio.
.Fort Worth at Galveston.
Shicveport at Houston.
Denve at Pueblo.
Wichita at Topeka.
Omaha ot Lincoln.
Cioux tity at ls Moines.
Columbus at Milwaukee.
Tolelo at Kansas City.
Indianapolis at. Minneapolis.
Louisville at St. Paul.
Chicago at Detroit.
St. Io. lis at Cleveland .
Washington at New York.
Philadelphia & Boston (two gatnssj
Boston nf Ft. Louis. ' .
Brooklyn at Chicago. A
New York at Pittsburg. 1
"riinre'iphTa at" "Cincinnati. i
fei immeaiatt r?ncf Jrtiff-
Cr.Shooa's Rldc Olntmcn.
Branch e-nploynnent Office
I A""istint Labor Commissioner Ash-
. "'n h'-is returned from Muskogee
wlip'p fir '-vent to arrange for Cie
opening ( f th? cistern branch office
of ho Ft te free employment bureau
l which l; to .be road "y for business on
llolv lr- T.rii-Wftev" a memher-nf
the Muskogee Carpenters" Union is to
be tl'e- isrrager of the office.
Plans Fc School Of Mines
The state boar Si of public affairs
ias taken the Initl?! . steps towards
tbe erection of the st-hool of KHnes
buildings at Wilhurion. by avtrcSih' a
conW-icl to Howe Hmt of .Ki'isaa
City !; HfT.tre p Sis" and speclfici-
tions 'ifu the buiktinss which will
cost approximately ? 115000.
Oklahoma Road Law 25c rrt The"
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