The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 122, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 13, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER. CUTIIRIE. OK LA.. TUESDAY. APRIL 1; 19u;)
To Prevent Egg Loss
Wnshinnton. Annl l;-.Th- lire..u
rf AniniHl Industry 0f the jjM.artment
of Aaricu'.Htrefhas issued a cironlarby
Milo' M. kfe'WnrmiM. 'f'
Milts or a fault ina.le .itiistia ih l'11
year of tho fondi ioti..) surroundin? the
product Ion- aui "larketing oi
wish a view to ritorniinin h causes
of deterioration in iuali:v and conse-
quont leas'. " -Wears that there Is
an enormous loss due 0 tnP ;jioiiir.s
of pw; which .cotiM hi tersely Pre-
vented bv improved methrds ml
this article toe causes of such
arp pointed r.ut ana suggestions made
tor remedy!"- 'ne'-
Acorrdii'S 10 nastln'ss. the
of the poultry wealth of tin- Unltf
Stales is to be found on the general
farms of the Mississippi Valley. Borne
Idea of the growth of the poultry In
dustry on t'"-e sfneral :arm
Rhr.cun in the case 0f thn
ir.nu. .where exclusive ni'rv
are practically miKiiown. yet -'e vf'
IUi iiC twill iti-v and osii Bu has wi
tie of poult 1
over a ni!liun (1ir?. eacn
the past fivu vean
i lie ll.ll." ' ' ' P i
ed by f.-C.less !eierlor;t j run: in
to large flfltirea. The causes "" ht
loRies and l!lt'h' 'sirnued prop''1'11"'';
to the total crop vuiUi a.P summer
up as follovs: Dirty eggs ' per cent;
'! per Cint: nOiti-k develop
TO. . lOSS If! til.. .... ' e KI.M
ment or t.e.ited eggs 5 per
EhiMirtrn or held ecu a r ner
per eent: tiioi"
0.5 per peat; loU
cent. . ..
The loss f''rm vhlv develop'71' sl-
heated epBs I Irobablv p.reuter t-'-"'1
from any other s( nice ntd 1 P."0
ially heavy d"1'10-' the sutnnisr in l!lt
South and Vft. where it amomtta
t or. y.n iter cent .(.r r. .uKS l"'o-
duced during 'e healed 'seaaof-
1J w.l 1.1 . '
tAn.n:ViMU V ii'T hfJ!liu. iiOiT4 1
most wholly wiUl !h' farmer. f..!tlm'
the riiral bu.'r and the :v -alUr
ler are in nowe '.nnocent.
PATRICIA VAN PATTEN
I would rather cam just ' enough to
. ' sr 1 rw:t
than be pel'' a year for l-'"- .
work I dialiKf"-
For I l'lte most everyone a11 earn-
ing my' money ?our-ntthg of t'e lBy
and spending it during but one-It th.
And t" anyone who wants to be hap-
py in short to all the world my
heartfelt advice Is "Choose your voca-
tion so that sh fsr as possible the
earning ps well r.s th? spending hours
shall be fomented onoo."
'. Be slov 'b0Ut l!e choosing. '''
and try aRa'n it need be. aut be sure
when vou have chosen Hut wtnn
the ran'se of possibility you aro i".n
Hie work you like the ;iest.
- Lot vou r own fitness for the
be the" all-important factor i" J'0"1'
choice. If yo wMld rather do houso-
work than work in a factory or offlt'p'
by all means wash dishes. Do nl
low any foolish feeling ' rhat i0!1'1-'
consider ronxework ileRrr.(iiig tc drive
you io uncongenial v;or!i.
Xext to love the joy0f work i3 ' ''
!0AL CONCERNS HJUSL
NEW LEGAL QUESTION
Muskogee ;k Apr!! 13 -Suit iiK.a
been filerf in I'nlteij j?tat
cult court b' the Kan Rtils ('0.1! eor.i-
pay" to restrain John '12. J.lclirayer.
treasurer' of Haskell eoiinty from col-
lecting tas-vs to the' amount of ?''.(Ui
Cn property of the ro3(.(.0nifiany val-
ued at 737.T-iO. The company claims
that the houses track mucl.inery. etc.
of the company are i- !8VP a part t
the segregate -lands
an 5 cant10'- be
taxed by the county. Tn; piaintifl's
declare that they pa the government
eight pet cent royalty .er ton on coal
and that the county catinot relax It.
This hrings up a new h.ga: fiuestlon
Which if tui-itained hv I'tiiteil
States court leaves ; 8ta?
out jurisdiction over the properly
Within Its boundaries.
Judge C'r-mpbel! gr:i-te(; the resircli?
To W3Qnc5oo r
Fig Syrup Co.
50LD BY LEADING DftUCCiSTS 50'AMTTll
. f ?
"To save the millions of dollars
r-hu h are carried down i.ur sewers In
the hape of bad scs." uh Str
"Ifasdngs. "e must pave first a cam-
paign of education anions egg - pro-
ducers that will show every farmer's
wife that when engs are allowed to
remain In damp nest under broody
hens or in hct kitchen there Is a loss
in finality which means art actual
loss m money to herself and to her
neighbors; and secondly a system of
buying esss that will as 1 early as
possible recompense every producer
who sells eggs exactly in accordance
with what those egs are wrth.
Abc've all else the infallible rule
concerning the marketing of eggs is
for the fanner 10 sf'l! ilis eRgs as S00'1
p.s possible cfter they Ere laid."
The profits of tl.o city retailer are
by far the largest item in the mar-
ket ins of eggs. An approximate Idea
of the profits of the various handlers
of fggs may be obtained from the fol-
lowing figures showing the elements
of eosl of a dozen eggs purchased by
a ""ev York consumer:
Paid to the farmer in Iowa .
1'roiit c.f the country store
Cross 10'flit to the shippe?
Pn Iglst to Y(1l k
flross profit to receiver
(irofs profit to .jobbe-
Lots .votu cendlinK
Qrcn oroflt ( f retailer
h the opinion of III: the
greatest Jutnrtlcap in iht epg trade
is the i)art''rins liierchamiifv fur eggs
The storekeeper feeKouti his profits
on gi-ofist as more than bis '.r.su on
eftss! He does net f.r;.' I enforce iru
p'rovement upon hhi etrons by boy
log oil a quality basis md vrl'ii the
advantage-n' peculiar yiosii.cn glvea
hlin he keeps the other egir buyers
greatest thing in IKe I have fonno
with ronsenial friend and the joy
of doing good work. No material pos-
I sessions have ever been aide 10 o.'ing
me as much pleasure.
It doesn't pay in the end to let the
dollars cnle. Best remember when
you covet them mid would sacrifice
your tastes and abilities to win them
that yo must b? at the disagreeable
business of earning them four-fifths
of the div and will have but ose-Sfth
in which to enjoy then.:
Work 'for the work's Hike pelxt or
situ or carve.
The thing thou lovent though the body
'or glory misses oft the
Who wovka .'or x;oney coins his very
Work for the
vr.rk's sake the-: r.nu
:. It may be
h.tt these iUIsks Rall b.; Etlil?i snlo
- 'Xer.yn?. Vor..
10 MEET Ifl ftTUMTA
. tlalilrt. a-. April III The twe.i'th
annuul nteetitig or the conference of
education in the Booth will assemble
!;t Atlanta tomorrow for a l.sree days'
Eession. Thi.j organization sen little
known.- is one of the most U!tit:e In
tlie gosciii. Its underlying idea la 'o
lJihM'est. laytnen jri education hs a
civic responsibility. Within Its mens
bership are hnsiuesK nitn professaon-
ftl men college men "and in fact mer
of tseariy every v;a!k in lite whose
object in handing together Ih to raise
the sinudard of cltb'.ennhip In the sec
tion in which they have lived. They
have realized that the only way tit
tfo tliis Is to reduce the .percentage
The society was founded by ev.
fi.iward A. Abbott reclorof St. Jamea
parish of Cambridge Mass. and was
modeled upon the Lake Moniiun;: .In-
dian conference in New .York.
The conference undertakes io de-
vt lojt and pronu-te the Idea of .rural
er'otirrrien wifh a viw of building up
a better ami more comforlablo bottie
lire unions the poorer Classen o' the
less Ihickiy Rettle districts.
Antonf? the speakers who have pre
Pnreo papers lor the conference ere
fiiffon! pinchot of the Forestry serv-
ice. Dr. I'- R.. Brow 11 United States
com mlsF inner of education;. C. S. liar
rett. luesident of the Farmers' union
C'liarles- K- Van llise president-jtf th
I'nlversltv of Wisconsin; Pr. L. Coul-
ter pfifildeni of the University of
Minnesota : Dr. C. S. Mitche!! 5'ni-
sity of South Carolina; Dear. Lida
Shaw King of the Woman's college.
Brown university and a score of oth?
i neSIIit-n 1. ft' n-mt .... ..... ..1
I will be' mtfetlnK !fseetlon. In. which
iwill be discussed in detail.
;- .v-r .J. - i - '
odd fccLowr to
j LAY CORNERSTONE.
Pnerial to Hit Uailv Leader
j t'liyder. Tet.. April 13. The corner-
'trine of thp ew court house at this
i place wilt be laid under the auspice:
j uf the Odd Fellows' Iodge. of the-
1 count v. - Invilations will be sent to o'h-
'er lodge and to prominent speakers.
am a .btii
gathering Is expected..
L net worry over jour GI
will restore tlseni to their NAT-
URAL COLOR no matter how
long Uie hair fcas been giay
You will be surprised bow
quickly the change Is made how
permanent the result Is; how
luxuriant a growth and healthy
a head cl hair you will have.
Thousands are proving it daily.
IS NOT A DYE.
St AND SCc. EOTTUS AT Dat'GGISTS.
Hy' Harfina Soap cure tuvrma re.l
much ami ctiawit tijnd mil allskiu dise!i.
Km-po kiB tine dnrf suit J5c. dniBtrists. Srnd
Jc. ur In-e "The Care oi the Skin" "The
Car t the Hair."
Philo Hy &ptc. Co Newark N. J. e
BY A. GF:AY J. N.
ND TKE EAGLE DRUG
WnKhi'igton Aprii . I. After Hireo
tiion tlis of giniid jury iniiuiwitlon at.
(IhiouKo the Koveriiitient has otticinl
ly d.'iippeu its ut tempt to indict Moit!.)
& Co. one of the "bitf four" of Chi-
cttgo'H sfnck yard packing firm". "it
I'hurgi.is ot" acceptitif; railroad rebatex
Attonicy Jienera! WJckerstham gave
out a letter which lie bad sent to Mor-
ris & Co apprising them of the futil
Ity of the Kovei'iiment's efforts. Th3
charge apiliist the firm arose over the
fact that the company wo a a misted of
get tins-rebates front railroad com pa
Hes under the cover of fictitious dam-
While the government "lalms to
have BKl'f tantlatert enough of tin
phargea to j.-ove the payments from
the rfcilroads to the packing eonctttd
mlaht h.:ve been greater than the ac-
tual dair.tiges to goods Mr. Wicker-
Hhiitn s letter declares "the depart-
ment rtoc not believe thitt any public
service could be rendered by making
:tt this tine a test of eccaa cf past
Oornmerco CAmiriiKijiOH to Ae'J.
Effort 1 will be ma le however to
have the Irterstitte Commerce com ail
Blca frame regulations for the pre-
sentation of claims to prevent such
possibilities in the future.
The mom significant feature of tha
dropping of this case Is that It Is (he
last bis case against the packing con-
cerns started under the Hoosevelt r.d-ministr-i!
loti. f;Vhe.i 1; was begun it
was t.'cclcred the administration
planned to get evidence on vhich It
could Indict perriiiit!ly one or more of
('he Hon Chicago packers fc'overal
months v. ere spent in f?rand jury in-
vest Igat Ions of th.e books of Moriis
Co. .".3 v.rll t?:? rrjlrotul and
tentTishi! f nnii'itnles with who;n t'lev
Letter to i: scker;-.
In his letter advising ; orris or Co.
;if the t;o I'ntuj'Mjt.'s pvtuilion .lior-ney
Cetiornl '.Vickershitai f'sy n-.part':
"f.tiv: foil considera'.'oe -.the
i Vidince mldiiced -by tie- situation. !'
have reached the conclusion ihm. in
all probability tl.ls method uscq "
yfsi'.r company of presenting clitinm to
the vcilroads for clnr.'inges to ('reised
beef li;:i. irioti tit: Improper :nd ex
ressive sok! value was no? adopted
with the deliberate Intent of obtaining
rebates or concessions from the law-
ful rales! i;; violation of the Inter
htaSf commerce tvrt. The re;:sc):s "a:'
this cotichisioii are;
I. 'i'h.tt ;he praci !; rcferreiC fo-
has exls'i'; for many years origina;ed
long bef ire the enttrlnient. of the In-
terstate' eonniiefce law watt prevalent
during n time when rebates were open
ly am! Were not forbidden my
Federal statute and when there was
no occasion for any Secret device.
"2 That the amounts received by
your comp:;uy in pay men I. of claims
calctiihtl n as above deserih 'd nppe.tr
fron; in extiiitlnalion of the books to
have be.-u ittconsi'titten'.ial !n cot:tpr.rl-
f:oii with the tot;;! freight charges nn-
nuaiiy paid to ;he railror.ds.
'Therf-foV'..' it. does not clearly op-
pea; that your company Intendec1. to
;;se this tneihfu! of comruHlng !!;(. cost
v.il'.:e of its prtidtict as a device to i:f
feet Ihe el urges of (he carriers tran-i-iior'Jng
such product an dthe de-
ptutment does not believe Ihnt u:;y
public service would !e recdered by
rit.'iMinK at this :i:ne t; test case of
past trans;r.ftions." '
The greatest nmbhion
have Is to be happy.
tny ninn can
Grip Knocked Out
' S a e et:ki! n(;o during the tevt-ve winter
;ithriiotb tnvwife and rot-wif contiiii'tfif
levere coliU which Kin-eddy devf lopi into
the worst kind of the grin with all it miMT-'.-
yniptoms" sy Mr. J. S. Kggbittou
1' Mpl Landing Iowa. "Knee snd joiut
.tihh.t; mtiw les oie brad stopp-il up v?e
ii:.l ivh iiiiiniug with ltcriit poll of
'bills mid fever. We began nsiim 'Imin-
id'.in'i fougU Itewedy niding the tone
i.h ;i dmilite der uf ( lttitn'ieiiiiiil'it Morll-
ft I' and Liver Tnliletn Hint hv it lits-ral UM
U.iM kMiujyhetalv kuutLil uut tlitf Stij."
Pr "i nrnr
IS 1 ll ii
I 00 - ii
Washington 13. C. April i:'. Sena-
tor Gore wleti asked wi'tt he thought
of the ne?.- election law irs Oklahoma
and the elsloii fif the Republican
comniltif; ta demand the ivfereiuluni
"I nave not seen the new law an 1
therefore could not speak advisedly as
to its di tails. The old one was d.ee-
tive. t:sul 1 presume lite new one is an
imrinveinent have seen the Repis'i-
lican objection that Ihey have no rep
lesentti'toti op the various election
boards. The minority party will of
course b.j given representation of their
nwii ( hot sing upon all such boards.
"The chariie that the Democriits de
!baueh !' ballot box and falsify the
j tot urn1 Is as humorons atid absurd as
l it is triijt.st itini nnfosinded. The Deiii-
;!' if) tM.ihoiua alwi.vs h. Id holi-
es: ek'f lions n:il will continue to t. iM
honest flections. If they had been
JdisiiOHeij to tamper with the ballot box
l hey would. iOsfih!y have begun with
the negro commissioner in Wagoner
and ti'e isegro n: presenlfitive la o-
gin If as the ItepuhliiMns charge1
the lieiiiocrals have disposition as
well as ;be power to defraud the Vot-
. rs tovl. defy the tiopular will Ihey
wouu'i i-c.t have suffered their trnjorily
to drop fit.u 271)1111 io U'.IMIU lasj. fall
would not i'tive lost :i Mettiocratlc eon-
gro'sniiiit by less liian 1:hiii. a Uenoi-
cr.tiic 11 pit venial ive by tu!y three tttid
vvoiib' nii( nive unseated a Democratic
Senator coo foaled . rtepuhlican when
all premlents in that case would have
'ustaitied n contrary decision it Is
becittse the Democrats ir unwilling
to tamper v.lth the loinrnst that they
have enacted the now lar t
Eleven Orjectiono. ' ii'
"The Republican eontnilitee arges
eleven alleged object Ions to the new
law. They have In fact more than
ao.OOO objections. There a ret more
than f.O.OitO colored voters in the stale
and these dark complexloned objec
tions are vapidly increasing
"The r;bbon ballot 1 Belected as
ihe chi-f point of attack. One wotim
judge from the clamor that the ribbon
ballot is a new thins undr the sun
a new engine of despotism and tyran-
ny. It Is the same ballot that is used
lit onr iTirmules. That ballot has
worked well n has necuredl some
mighty good nominal iptis to n:y person-'
al knowledge. The eMbleni emblazons
the balmi cf only 15 states in the
Union ".nd In one of those is Used only 1
In a few counties. Only three 'states f
wesi m uie isissippi use the em-
blem an only two states ia Glorious
Hepublicir. Mew iinglatid. fjietdfas.
Repuhlif.ait states iiUe California Min-
nesota. Webrasks Ccctnectlcut and
.V.assKchusetts use the rihbun ballot.
By the yny ln 01e can vote in Mass
tchtisetts today who cannot read the
Constitution In Rngllsh .iitd write hlJ
name -Mitt's pretty radical. More than
two-thirds ov all tt states have re-
fused lo iiinke the high privilege .:
voting doj.end rjerely upon tlie vmor.t
ability to dlstlnstilsh befreeir .n
eagle and n rooster with h!s mituMtl
eye. A p:;ir proof i:i('.e-i! ellhef of J
lrtlriotisii or civic re::'ousildliSy.
"The Itepuldleans of course have the
constitution.!!' j-i(;bt to ile;na;nl t'.v j
referendum; they have the right fill
behalf of the negro to invoke b.-1
referendum against x'hieh jiracti-. ally j
every negro m (he stale '.uteii as ey
always vote apalnst all progress and
agiitist a"l reform. 3n taking ;ht ret
erendttm tijiot:; Jthiu nie;siire alone i
the riejiublicanR set tite se;:i of their .
approyil upon every ;;tier t;ct of the
LJemocrr.lic legislal-.tre. They ratify
what tiny do not refer. The FJejitib
licMtts have the right to make the tie
gro Min'rage the siiire(:: and sole ts-
(ue In the next contest. They have
the right (o make the "Boh while al-
lot liox" the paramount (iiiesiinn. The
nenioenits v.f 11 meet that iesee ;;s
they met the .lint Cro-? Car."
"The Democrats do not believe (hut
ignorance shoti!! misrule Intelligence
or that vice should misgovern virtue.
M:ie-ie.i lis of the Republicans In ok-
laliom 1 agree iti? Utc pemoerau on
those projiositlotts. The pegrfit's hold
the balance 'if power in fourteen conn-
tk'i today and will soon boh! tlx1 bal-
ance of power In foitrti'i'tt more
"Wagorer has 172-3. Logan has 1-
S).r)7 Oklahoma 'S.i'll and .Muskogee
county tias 11179.
"Isace riots h ive bee;s wtiree on the
etst side since the b.illot came to the
Kcgro !i.a:i before. Iteoi-nt bloody
(vents shed an ominous a n-.t a lurid
light ttsion the gravity of tho nltuation.
We must act soon or w ne.' too late.
Repeal J.rn Crow.
"The alarming fefititre of this V.)-
publican rrferenditm 0:1 the election
law is the fact that It given conclus-
ive proof that the Republicans would
If they could repeal the Jim Crow car
lav?. The same spirit that would re-
t s In th- mixed ba'lot wou'd romor"
the mixer) ear.
"These race questions ought to be
settled once and for all so that fu-
ture contfsts may turn as they ought
to turn upon the character of the
candidates the wisdom of policies and
the principles of parties. 1 could not
say at til's time nor at this' distance
the exact shape In vrhich thin Issue
will be presented for final decision
iTbe Democrats may be compel! ?d in
I behalf of the people to dtilimit a ton-
sMtutium' nmentitnenr which wili
make the Jim Crow car a part of the
Consul at ion -in I phn-e tt beyon.i h.-
loer of the Republicans to wreck it
and whlc'a will at the mnie time set-
ile the suffrage quest iofi so far ns it
cult be si-ltlcd within the linilrlions
of the Fifieeiiih Aniendmeiit. This
and the UrjmhHi'un referendum might
best be si biuuted at the primary next
"The Democracy has had plenary
power In the state in the constitutional
convention and in the two state legis-
latures 't has shown no disposition
to do ah thing radical upon th suf-
lfnte quest'! n. it nil! d nothing rad
ical. It v.ili be conservative. For my
part I am strenuously opjiosed to any
sort of a property qualification. I had
hoped that the late legislature would
Mibmtt an amendment forever prohib-
iting a property (itiaink'ation. Buch
an amendment passed the fjenatp but
did not pass the House
Will Observe Fifteenth Amendment.
"Whatever Is done will be clearly
within the purview and limitations of
the Fifteenth Amendment. We will
not go so far as Massachusetts !:"
gone e would not follow the ex-
ample of Connecticut California. Min
nesota and Wisconsin watch in 1 st..
absnlute'y defeated negro suffrage al-
together. Ohio in 18C.7 voted down an
amendment for negro suffrage by more
than no (lot) majority Kansas Hie
same year rejected a similar amend-
ment by J;!S. In 387? a Republican
congress with the approval of Presi-
dent (Iran' abolished the local govern-
menr in the District of Columbia in
order ta get rid of negro domination "
DAILY FASiil THUS
1$V MAY M ANTON.
A GRACEFUL. GOWM 111 EMPIRE
The mod I tied Fmpire line is such
a pretty and generally becoming one
that every woman is glad Hint It will
continue lis vogue for many months
to come This gown shows that ea
ture and also the new collarless neck
that is so charming and so delightful
to wear during I lie warm season In
the Illual ration the material Is the
new satii! finished pongee wilh the
yoke and the long Meeves of tucked
net and trimming bauds of the muter.
lal embroidered with dull gold the
color of the gown being the wistaria
thai blends so perfectly with the gold
threads. The guimpe effect obtained
by the uko of Ihln material for the
sleeves makes a notable feature of the
season but is not obligatory for the
sleeves could be made plain and tt;
match the town Itself if preferre'J
wnlle for the yoke lace fir other pret-
ty transparent materia! Is quite appro-
priate -and ti'lmmlnfc can be HtMer
conlrasttiig or Kialchlng materia; era-
broldor(i ot braided or treated in cny
similar way. The gown gives Just the
long slender effect that is so cssentlii
lo present styles without being in the
least exaggerated i.klrt nn bodice
I " '''' HAY
vsw ' hi
are septiinte and joined beneath the'1!'
trimming ye ihey snake n one-iiece
gown and the effect is prlnecsso. The
skirt portion can be mad eliher In
round or in -walking length as liked
and if the eo!lurlesn neck Is ti.tt be
coining ii rer'tilatlott slot; It fan ho add
For the niedisrm size will be required
It) l!-4 yards of ssnti-rial i 2-i or
inches wine ( i i yards Ji. 2 yards is
for the fheniisetle and sleeve;) 7-8
yard of talk 'or the binds. A -day
Mantoit palleni No. f'.lhM sles "12 lo
10 Inches bust v.ili be mailed to any
address by the Fashion Mcpa.'t'.'ienl
Of this pnjier on reeeljit of ten cents.
(If In hiisie semi atl aildltional (wo
cent Mtati'D for letter ;otsir".) whiclj In
sisres m )rc !ioii;pl Well very.;
Read lb" pain fornoultt on f'r.p ixn
of I'lnk Tabf Tablets. Titer ask
your doctor If thre is a better one.
I'aln means congestion blood pres-
mire iifiitieThere. Dl'. ' Khflnh' 11 V
I'ain Tablet eheH hea.1 pains r.
manly pains pain anywhere 'Try one
find see! I'd for 2-"C. Sob hy Wallace's
Drug fit ore.
BOND FOR S. F. HALL
Muskogee. Okla. April 12. Charged
with sending a written challenge to
a duel t . T. A. Thompson ituttce fif
the pe.n e ff Okiahfunn S. f .Hall a
merchant rf the town .was bound over
to the t".'-it:lct court before justice
Vi. (1. Itniley under $ritil band Hail
niiiie the bond and wait I'tl-aseil.
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girl'. v;ht) aro neither graduates or brides SEE THEM
Wc invite you to visit our store in-
spect our large stock of summer
PATENT TAN OX-BLOOD
KID PUMPS OXFORDS
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g- Feet Kml mUUU U j Best
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jfho trolley c?.r
your system with
Stop your carping and order the kind
you don't have to. apologist for. It's
fourteen years old. Four full quarts or
"Paul Jones Foul Koooa"
f5aid 16.75 and raonoybak
GMAtL-QRAlH 1I STILLING Co. no.
Old Whiskies lixcluoively.
Louisville Ky. "
WHAT IS MORE ENJOYABLE
Than a pood Hot Water Bcitli' In a cold kd upoii
tefiring at niglit?
Hot water is not only enjoyable on such occasions but
!t k beneficial as well. Mo one should ever retire in a cctd
romn and rt cold bed. A dollar or two spent for a good
Hot Water I'.ottle may smve a sick spell and besides the
comfort is writ-lit 'wioe She cost. H yon have never tried
the i bt Water IJollle do so now find sic how enjoyable it is.
We have Ihe exclusive agency of the KANTLEEIv
WATF.R IJOTTIACS SYRINI'JUS and other Rubber
r(oo(I: and every piece is guaranteed for two years. They
are made mot upon ihe how .cheap !ntt the bow goful plan.
VtU give f.aiisfat"! ton in every case.
(.'all atid see the goods and we ar? sure yrt fw -pleased
POSTOFFICB DRUG STORE tM.oue 520. 214 W.
POST CARDS CAMKRAS AND KODAK'S.
! Farm loans Insurance Absiracts.
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UUly COrapieie uasui.it.os ui vim- m uoau ijuuiiiy.
You pay interest and principal at our otiice.
01de!i and bxrjjesl insurance agency in Oklahoma
S W. Ok la.. Ave-
coooor. ooooooooo oo
0 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
renter and wife to "no P1.
C4.800 jiarls of lots 1 2 3
V? aid u block ist.j.oyie.ii .
MaIe M. Lenbart io!4etU Mr
rhv ?1 oft 1 -2 Interest on W 1
8.K. 1-4 See 3.1-15-4 W
L. K Jaenson to Roht A OafTney
$1200 lot 23 and 2L'.ock 5 0. Y.
Oscar I). Halsell to W. R. Stapletoa
$M lots z: block 4S E (J.
Nellie Dean to D. W Dean T) tl.M
N 14 NW 1-2 Sec 2.V15-1 K.
Samuel W. Oladlsfi nnt wife to Jer-
ry Sturgeon. .$800. lota 2i( 2J 23 ct
Zl block 28 W. -.
is the dainty
J ct K (Sil
Wh ii a v e
bIiops and ox
for Is for all
ly the June
toe iiao it? victlcia.
than the slush you take
& box of chocolateef
ein the .my Ptiai
Speclai to. Daily Leader.
Tulsa Okla. April ISToru Crow-
ell who with Nate Stover wm eht'ti;
ed wltlj holding up and robtlug two
yotitiK- meh'.. from - West Virginia of -?75
oiu night in this city a year ix
was found guilty of highway robbery
In thR district court. Life Imprison-
ment Is the penalty for highway rob
tiery in Oklahoma. Stover was ton-
vteted ar.i sentenced tor this crime
three months ago.
Charles Hobaugh la to oe tried on
a- similar charge &t this term of
court. The" penalty for highway rob-
bery was leftsenesi by the last legis-
lature but tha Btatuto doeg not bt-
come operative-until June
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 122, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 13, 1909, newspaper, April 13, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc614770/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.