The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 157, Ed. 1 Monday, May 24, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA.
MUX DA Y 'Si A F
Naturally you 're Jgigf
guided by the man )l
tcio sells the
are guided by
the clothes which
he has in stock.
There's always 5
one best maker (
out not more!'
than one re-
tailer in a town
can sell his product. I
If the first store
doesn V handle
find the shop that Joes.
Sincerity clothes prove-
that they are rvjhl by
showing the Sincerity
x f i
ft nr i
' i 1 no ii
.( i v.io ' i . i r v y a .-si
Vk 1? H'rito for mf idj
V foot about !ou;i0 men' cluthes. m
shc a trip
Vacation days will soon
be here and you will want j
to get away for rest and
Special excursion fares will be
in effect by the KATY begin-
ning June first to Mountain Lake
and Seaside resorts.
I caa suggest any number of
the delightful trips and give you
helpful information about the cost
and the best way to eo. 9
Write me today for particulars.
GEO. R. HECKER
D. JVM M. K. & T. RY.
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLA.
Tfli cfu West.
Transf or Storage Oo.
. . (Successor to M. Weinberger.)
We Store Anythlrvg Wc Move Everything
Office 501 VV. Okie Ave. Phone 39
TRY US TRY US
OKLAHOMA MAN BUILDS HOTEL
DRILLING FOR OIL
Sppfia! la Dally Leader.
: 5 WE
TAFT AND KNOX PLAN
SIIAKKUP IN CONSULAR
TO MERIT SYSTEM
m m 9 ' Eta
stimulate the TORPID LIVER
strengthen the digestUe urgane
regulate the bowels and arc un-
i equaled as an
In malarl.il districts their virtues
ere widely rucosnlzed an they pos-
sess pec ullar properties in treeing
the system from that pulsoo. Lie
gantl'y utjar coated.
Take No Substitute.
DAILY FASHION TRLKS
BV MAY MANTON
MAY AID NATIONAL
BANKS WHERE GUARAN-
TEE LAW PREVAILS
President's Private Secretary
Denies a Return to
Washington May 21 Within the
next few lay the State department
will issue a long lint of changes iu
the consular service. The changes
will affect nearly all the countries
and according to Secretary Knox
will extend even to secretaries and
assistant secretaries of certain enibas
files. While denying that the change
can be characterized as a "shake-up"
the state department acknowledges
that it tins decided to get rid of a lot
of useless timber.
At liot'i tha U'hitn HniiK find St.qti'
department it was declared emphatic-)
ally that the merit system will con-
tinue to rule hi all cases and that the
report cm rent: today that President
Tai't. has decided to return to the spoil
system in the consular service is not
only without foundation but malicious
At the White House the denial of this
report was especially vigorous.
"The President's attitude is well
known" said Secretary Carpenter. "He
ii heaitily in favor of the present
system governing the consular service
mid would not disturb it. Wherever
n Consul has shown an aptitude for
his work he will be mcourajred.
Wherever a misfit is found in office
he will be removed. That is the long
and the ;ihort of it. The inteiHlon Is
to better the service until it attains
Civil Service Rules.
When the report was brought to
the attention of the Stale department
that oettain of the consul generals
and consuls may bring action under
the civil service rule to prevent the
Administration from removing them
such a view was declired nbsurd. Un
d'r the law officeholders under the
civil service can be removed for cause
anil in the case of numerous represen-
tatives of the United States abroad it
wis sal I this would not be so diffi-
cult as might seem.
"There will bo no trouble of that
kind you may feat assured" said a
high official of the State department
today. "The department is not mov-
ing blindly In this matter. In the
case of an appeal to the courts even
gr.tutiiig that such uction could be
taken the plaintiffs would' be hurl
much more than the Government.
They would have no chance to win
even under the most favorable circum-
stances." The cl inges in the consular serv-
ice have been the subject of numer-
ous conferences between the Presi-
dent and Secretary Knox. The secre-
tary and Assistant. Secretary Wilson
conferral today on the matter with
the result that the list of changes and
t ransfets practically has been com-
pleted. Neither Mr. Knox nor Mr.
Wilson wll Intimate the detaila of the
plan although Secretary Knox today
admitted that the changes will be numerous.
The useful costume that is smart
at the sainu time is in especial de-
mand just now when talk of travel and
ui uiiuugs m in uie vt'iy an. iuisj
one is made of light weight shepherd'
check with trimming of black band-
ing and is chic and practical in one.
it can be worn on the train or the
boat yet. will be Quite correct for the
hotel dinner and if made with re-
movable collar of embroidered muslin
or linen can quite easily be made
fresh and dainty or several can be
provided ami carried In the hand satch-
el or suit case. The plaited panels
give the new line known as Moyenage
the epaulette-like trimmings give
breadth and the cut la an exceptionally
graceful one. If wool material seems
too heavy for the season pougee or
linen could be substituted while if tne
costume Is wanted for general wear
pique and cotton repp and a'.jo ruch
thinner fabrics as chambry gingham
and the like must be added to the list.
If liked the dress can 'be cut to form
TD OVERCOME COMPE-
TITION OF STATE BANKS
Special to the Daily Leader.
Arjusas Pass. .Tex.. May 21 Pulld- Kingston Ok. May 24-MJoiunory
irig improvements and -work on the received heiv for drilling for oil.
streets of Aransas Puss have been Work will ccnience as soon as outfit
given a decided impetus iu the last can bo get icady. First work will be
week by thes igning of twenty-five con on Mutu place on the edge of town
tracts for i he erection of business Prospect good for a gusher
houses work to begin within the next' Another fine rain. Everybody feel-
ten days. hiR goad over the crop prospect.
One of the most important contracts Large shipments of hay are being
let is c i twenty room hotel by J.'nnde here daily. There is conslder-
P. Gandy formerly of ivupply Ok. The able old bay on hand which hi being
hotel will be erected near the bay. disposed of to make room for the new
The Concrete building to be occupied crop coming in.
by the Lnlon Trust company ds near-
ing completion and It is expected
that the bank will take up headquar
ters there within the next week. The1 Holdenville Ok. May 24 The eoun
vinli tris been finished and the safe ty commit': loners of thia county have
and other fixtures are ready to be In- commence I mj:ictive .ood roads cam-
i . i .i . . . i . . .t. i..
Stalled. ... . .; !. . I (HUHU.V.UIW JS'SUJI UlUl'll WOl'.K
. . ... . j being floi.'ef The fouruy convicts are
T. 8. MONROE SUPERINTNDENTjrv"t'kd wotMb. puldjiMgliayii
' ' hUny? qflir'--lmtklfiig-.j(N)ft!'1itf-
Muskocee Ok. May 21 T. S. Mon- lent' roans while the rivers &nd; snial-
r.m of rtaiikfort. Ind. was selected. ler utreims throughout the county
city superintendent of Bchoola. to sue-; ore being
cfed C. W- Utiles reman 1. j bridges.
GOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN
covered' with substantial
I J It EsilXJ III I Use Nadinola Cream.
Guaranteed to remove the worst cae of tan sallowness freckles pimples
or liver-spuu in twenty days. Leaves the sLin clear toft healthy and beautiful.
Ftafc f.fiy cehu and $!. the jar.' At Ifading-toilet "counters or by ma:!.
NA titiN AL TOILET COMPANY Pari Tetin. -..
Aroery College Ends Successful Term
Ardery commencement exercises
will be held at the North Methodist
church corner Noble and Broad
street on Friday night May zs. at
8 o'clock. The principal address will
bo given by Mrs. Clarence Davis of
Sapulpa. wife of Senator Davis.
Mrs. Davis is a graduate of the law
department of Kansas university. A
cordial invitation is extended by the
collJse to Ell to bear this sifted
William B Joyce Asserts Surety
Hen Are to Work Out
Plan for Relief
6346 Princesse Costume.
Embroidery Pattern 412.
a round' Dutch neck or bo finished
with a regulation stock. Th .losing
Is made invisible at the left of the
For the -medium size will be required
10 1-4 yards of -material 27 C 1-4 yards
44 or 5 yards T.2 inches wide with 1-4
yard of muslin for the collar. 15 yards
of banding. A May wanton pauem
of the costume No CIMfi size 34 to
42 Inches bust or of the embroidery
deslifii No. 412. w 11 be mailed to any
address by the Fashion Department
of this paper on receipt of ten cents
for each. (If in haste send an uddl-
llnnul two-cent stnmu for letter 'POSt
age which Insure more prompt delivery.)
Menrvetta claims the new Oil field
over between that city and Okmul
New York May 4 According to
William 11 Joyce president of the Na-
tional Surety company the surety
companies of the United States have
under consideration a plan 'to over-
come the disadvantage under which
the National banks In Texas Kansas
Nebraska and Oklahoma art now la-
boring. The competition of the elate
batiks is held a serious menace to the
operations of the National banks be-
rause ot the fact that all deposits In
:tate banks are guaranteed under an
insurance of deposits plan.
The pian is said to bp backed by the
jhlef surety companies of the country
which have aggregate asset's' of about
$40ot)()(!Oi! Mr. Joyce said yesterday:
The Wal'cnal banks of the statos ot
Texas Oklahoma Kansas and Ne-
braska are placed at a very serious
I Isad village by reason of the competi
tion of the state banks which aro in
i position to offer the guarnnterf E"
Policy of Surety Companies
"The representatives of the various
iiirety companies "operating hi the
states affected have had brought to
their attention the unfortunate predict
merit of such National banks and
many of the company matuigersl feel
11 Is their duty to the hankers from
whom they roce.tru a large volume of
business to lend their aslstanco to
dfset the odd s under which the ha..'.
rs are working provided the sine!'
?ompanle feel they can handle the
iUuatlou without exposing themselves
to any extra hazard. It will lie re-
membered that during October l!07
many of the surely companies were
reipiiret! to pay out large sums of
noney the National Surely company
ilonp having paid out over :il)()uti0."
To Formulate Plan
Mr. Joyce Is chairman of the com-
mittee to which the matter has been
referred and he said that the surety
companie hope soon to fonnulale. a
concrete plan for the relief of the
REV. I. W. WILLIAMSON'S LETTER
Hev. 1. W. Vvllli'imson Huuiingl'm
VV. Va writes: "This Is to certify
that 1 used Foley's Kidney Remedy
for nervous exhaustion and kidney
trouble and nni free to say that It
will do all that you claim for It.'
Foley's Kidney Hemedy has restored
health and strength to thousands of
weak run down people ('ontfins no
harmful crags and is pleasant to take.
DO IT NOW.
RAINFALL AT GUYMOfi.
Guymon Okla. May 24. Rain be-
gan falling here at. midnight last night
and has fallen steadily today with the
indications in favor of a continued
precipitation during the night.
Reports from all parts of Texas
county Indicate that the rain Is gen-
eral throughout the county and hat
the amount fallen is about the same
in all localities heard from.
This is by far the best rain this
county has had within the last twelve
months excepting a few local showers
during the summer ot 1908 in only
one or two localities and the seed
now iu the ground practically Insures
a" crop for this year although the
svheat and oat Tops will be very short
on .aeo?nt of the drouth up till this
Owing to the delay In getting a sea
son there will probably 'be a very large
acreage planted in broom corn and
there will probably be a large Increase
In the acreage! planted In cotton
uhlch Is rather an experiment In thla
HiilU)s tis jet tuouftii u own
tried by:. a number of our Southern
i"auners iereiofore and found to be
a good money crop.
Reports by telephone from Cimarron
county ftfitp jhn( t''ie present tS has
been """c--' I throiijrhont that county
&aO. . . . .
Guthrie People Should Not Wait Until
' It 18 Too Late.
Tn nnnalling death-rate from kid
ney disease la due in moat cases to
)e fact that the little kidney troubles
usually neglected until they be--onie
serious. The sllgnt symptoms
g've place to chronic disorders and
the sufferer goes gradually into tffe
grasp of diabetes dropsy Bright
disease travel or Bom other serious
form of kidney complaint.
If yon suffer from buclsache head-
aches di'.zy spells; if the kidney-se-f
ii-ilons nre Irregular of passage and
unnatural in appearance do not de
lay. Help the kidneys at once.
Doan'R Kidney Pills ar' especially
for kldnev disorders they cure where
others fail. Over one hundred thou-
i.Knd people have recommended them.
Here's a case at. home:
J.Hi. Jarow :UG South First street
Guthrie Okla. says: "1 think my
ork as a painter weakened my kid-
neys. My back was very lame .and 1
could not do a hard day's work with-
out suffering. At times the kidney se-
cretions were very palnTul In passage
pnd from this symptom I knew that
my kidneys were out of order. Up-
on usln' Doan's Kidney Pills which
I procured from J. N. Wallace's drug
store mv kidtipvs were Immediately
js.rengthened and the pains In my
back ceased. Doan s Ktaney ruts
certainly did the work required ot
them in my case and I can Bay that
t V rwi.oi. h.ff.i-( found a remdv
o? such gteat merit."
For sal by all dealers. Price. M
cents. FoKter-Mllburn Co. buffalo.
New York so!e agents for the United
Remember lbs name togn's snd
take no other.
O STATE BRIEFS. O
T. M. Raker accused of forgery at
Nowata was furnished a ticket and
escort from Los Angeles to Nowata
and is now abiding with a Cherokee
Indian sheriff of the county.
Tom Dlllard. Muskoge barber with
ambitions for fame started a rough
house in a Nowata joint and succeeded
In breaking a leg and getting a gash
or two across the face.
.Jinnies .ooe uiiuer hi rem iu .ww
Mexico whs convicted of slashing ihe
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fall. lie gave bond for $1500 and went
to New Mexico where oflcera arrested
This is to certify that all druggists
are authoiized to refund your money
:f Foley's Honey and Tnr fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the cough
heals thn lungs ami prevents pneu-
monia and consumption. Contains no
opiates. The genuine la In a yellow
Have You Thought
i About That
A:tJ what you are gomg to take with you and what ost arc
going to nerd a Trunk a Suit Case or Hand liar;; ?v- Imc the: .
most compk'ie line of these goods in the Southwest.
Small siz: round top tin cover trunk with its
locks and bolts only $3. 25.
N'oxt sio larger same nuke only $2.05.
Xext size larger same make only $3.48.
Canvas covered flat top trunks 4 slats on top and 2 i'zni
.side all around sj!id tin bottom whirls makes it mone proof
size 34 $3.05.
Next size larger yize 36 $4.25.
Next size larger size 38 $475. :.
Canvas cover flat top trunk brass locks and bo'ts $C QC
heavy brass corners strapped all around for . ......... JiUU
'Plain f.eatheroid Suit Case brass hicks and holt? QQn
round leather handle ouly JuCi -
Same with straps all around and leather corners (M A Q
l"t'.l:er li; ul!e only . ........ .ij) IiHU :
Seaweed Suit Case for ladies
Solid Leather Suit Case with linen lining and fJC
r-hirt fold ;$4iS0;
Solid Leather. Ik-Hows Suit Case with straps brass-
locks and bolts; a Suit Case sold elsewhere for $15.00;" fQ QQ
sale at ' pUiUU-
Elegant Solid Leather Ladie's Suit Case made neat and
very strong and cushion lined with upholstering ma- Oil fjil
ietial. a Suit Case worth $15.00; on sale at I htJU
up to $1
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WHAT IS MORE ENJOYABLE
Than a good Hot Water -Bottle jn a cold bed upon
retiring at night?
Hot water is not only enjoyable on such occasions but
it is beneficial as well. No one should ever retire in a cold
room and a cold bed. A dollar or two spent for a good
Hot Water Bottle may save a sick spell and besides the
comfort is worth twice the cost. If you have never tried
the Hot Water Bottle do so now and see how enjoyable it is.
We have the exclusive agency of the KANTLEKK
WATER BOTTLES SYRINGES and other Rubber
Goods and every piece is guaranteed for two years. They
are made not upon the how cheap but the how good plan.
Will give satisfaction in every case.
Call and see the goods and wc arj sure you will be
pleased with them.
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE Phone S20. 214 W. CLL.
POST CARDS CAMERAS AND KODAKS.
HOLDENVILLE HIGH. SCHOOL
Special to the Daily Leader.
Iloldenvilile. Ok. May 24'lhe
fourth annual commencement exer-
cise? of the Holderivllle hih school
will commence next Friday which
will be the closing day of school. This
year has been a most successful year
in the public schools of this city. The
following Is the list of those graduat-
ing: Misses Myrtle Butler. Willie
Protho Minnie Hancock Olive Mil-
ler and Bertha Tillman Weems V.
Snider Olln Roberts and Harry Han-
kins. Prof. V. H. Durham has been re-
elected superintendent of the city
schools for another vear making his
third year In this city.
Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease
A powder for swollen tired hoi
smarting feet. Sample sent FKKK.
Also Frer- Sample of the FOOT
KASB SANITARY CORN-PAD. a new
invention. Address Allen f". Olmsted
i.e Hoy N. Y.
UNITED STATES AND STATE DEPOSITORY
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along' without a bank accounl many individuals pay out
their money in a haphazard way and are unable to tell
where ihas all gone. This bank cordially invites personal
accounts whether large or small and extends every
courtesy to depositors without regard to the size of tlnir
; ' j.
1 J: B. FAIRFIELD 1
1 Transfer Coal Wood and Storage
Goods Packed Siorecl t-
and Shipped to Order.
Phone 20 Office and Yards 407-409 Wed
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10c PER WEEK
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 157, Ed. 1 Monday, May 24, 1909, newspaper, May 24, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc615015/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.