The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 157, Ed. 1 Monday, May 24, 1909 Page: 8 of 8
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TITE LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLA. MOXDAY MAY 21 1901).
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The Muslin Underwear Sale
Continues with Much Interest
Regardless of the extremely heavy rain 'this morning quite a large crowd
g&tmyifw hw $.fe nwk had' thepkHirRe'ff shopping lei&urely awd every one
U&uSlliiW offered. .
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".out iwauir(-iHP niimctin'-itfm'f rh merer sriUfH ip tirj:$0i uiiUuL!?i aiiir
uODelS will hot!ltife:. f'Uil UH ifo!
v5 L cciftt;;tne9innd J.nrta rtJl)ig Slip ply from t he lots as mentioned below.
V m j?" As"a" f iirtficr jnduccmentfcfe make this 'sale a howling success and inte.res.tinz
to every woaGptrie re ototh better kinds-anything over $2.00 at .
20 PER2 cfiNT DISCOUNT
Up to 50c Values 25c
Gowns "Corset Covers; ' Drawers am! Short
Petticoats j ' - - -
jltst think of buying any one of these tar-
.Kiaits.t'or a quarter. Von could not afford
to' make' .one for that small' amount. QR'
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V -'.' ""'- ' 1 '' 1 ' hit f - .. .. . i . j -r
$150 and $1.75 Values $1.25
Gowns Corset .Covers Petticoat? 0nii?
; th;;tjd Princess. Slips-" and the new Isahelle
Drawer's. . ' ; "
. These garments are made of the finest of
hcairatbrics and sonjr cloth others of a fiw
' 'tdnty.'of Piarred Swiss' 'and Nain- &i OK .
sook. Lhyice y I iAw
U-L-H' ..- .
$1.25 Values $1.00
. Gowns Corset Covers Petticoats and the new
All of the garments are cut over full and
liberal lines ; made of the best of muslins ami'
cambrics; trimmed in laces and Swiss M Aft
embroideries. Choice tj) I lull
$1.00 Values 75c
Gowns Corset Covers Drawers and Petti-"
coats cut full aii:d 'liberal. ".'
f.. .IK '
. All are made of fine soft finished muslins and
cambrics and trimmed in fine laces and
med in fine laces and 7Er
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Meet Me at '
Get it at
! NEMESIS : lOODg 1VME1
SENATORS OVERCOME! J ' 'ilSU . . 6.
. i mu ii
J. .. J-1e . .'! Al SHSP J5 '
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. . in the World of Sports .
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' ' ! WESTEFtN LEAGUE.
Omaha 7 Denver 1
yraa'aa My 24 Hard and conaeeu-
th'8 hittihg ald?d by several basf'h on
balls gave Oaha an pasy vietory
vpr- Denver. . ' ' '
"Scoie; V. ' ; R. H. E.
0)ihV .!;: j . A.. 200 030 20 7 12 0
Denver . ...!'.. .001 000 0001 . 7 1
Outers Lower and Gomllng Ford
asii Jj'-tiran." " '.
- ' Tost- 4. Lincoln 3
;r ;))". Kas" M(y 24 The Lin-safn-Topeka
game jinnsfprred from
J.icolU on' account.' of the ''Sunday
law w ijs won . by Topeka i io 3.
Score ; ' R. H. E.
Lincoln 0o 0'0 003 6 0
Tcttehd 000 040 004 5 3
"atteiiefl Nsgle KaiVcrt and Sulli--"F;
Kaifruann Hemlrlx and Me-
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Dei Moines 5 Pueblo 4
!i'4 "Uflrps. May 2( I'f's Moines
im In a tvil Pinth and thth In-
'ui ri'iy aftfr l!ie ghiup se?mod
T-prj Msiir.."- .. mil 000 (KM 1-5 11
fi"'b!o 10 OQl 200 04 5 2
jHdti ij McDonnell Ling and
""dtin. ; Hitch Miller and Mt'ao.
gee with a capital Block of $40000.
The incorporators are: F. B. Jackson
rt. Muskogee; T. J. White of Tulaa;
Robert Rigley ami Wm. Itedicker.ot
lola Kanf as.
The Okhhoma Film Exchange Co.
of Oklahoma city with a capital
Summary: Two base - hits Walsh ctoek of $50000. The Incoroorators
Lake Tai.neb.ll Atz; .thieu t:ti fc(i'art: M.'"Gl Fearla. W. L. Alexander
Atz; hits off Lake 5 in 5 tniiitf&s ofl
Quinn. 0 in 3 innings; doubJe playj.
Demfett to Austin Hemphill to El-
berfelu; first base on bills off Walsh
and Dorifey'Reed of Oklahoma City
J. B. Oliger ml W. A. McDonald ot
fhe Hank of Grant Increased its
2 off Lake 3; struck out by Walsh 'canlUl. stock from $13500 to 115000.
ft- naa.l hil!a Tito Ii." TIm..!.oa ni.. n... i ...
C: pas-fcil balls .Elai
O'Lauglu n and Perrine.
The B?xter Telephone company ot
Eaxter Springs Kansas. The Oaffin
Oil ml Gas Co.. of West Virginia; the
Arkansas and Oklahoma Abstract Co..
of Dequeen Arkansas; The Rea Pat-
has been seen here thli.terson Milling Co. of Coffeyville Kan-
Fl. Smith Wholesale
the Eeries by a score of l to 0. Wad- Grocery Co. of Ft. Smllb Arkansas
Icll.wa? In good form. Id the ninth have named E. W.. Kinnan of Guthrie
WEBB CITY AND HOODOO
'AT SAME TIME
Before an audience of 1200 the Sen
ators took the second of ;the Webb
City series Sunday by the score of
to 1. ' Slats" Willis the strikeout j
pitcher of the locals had the Webb
City team at his mercy having near
ly perfect control striking out thir
teen men and pulling out of many a
lifficult hole with apparent ease.
OBrien was in the box for Webb
City and although he struck out but
rive men succeeded In getting away
with six hits Issuing five pauses
Webb City got two hits in the first'
inning after two.. men had struck out.
Tbft ivlsliers' got. their only . score in
Hi: third Inning when White.. knocked
ai.jtwo-.base hit W3S . advanced . to
V'Hi'u .BiJ; single by Everheart and sen;
tl:VnL Wild pitch. ....
..nTlw Senators got a lead hi the
tourth .by O'Brien giving transporta
tion do Luttke followed by a single
by ;P:wtert-on a sacrifice by Price au.i
two-bagg-er by Reed scoring the
lm;t twj base runners while Waring
with a timely hit scored Reed. The
enators started . off well to Secure
more runs In the eighth inning Lut
tke anu Price getting singles but were
put out trying to steal bases and the
third hit by Reed was 'wasted.
The tabulated score follows:
We tell y;bu with' Diirkccn
eye for style point?s to WearSTEIN-
BLOCK or SOCIETY BRAND smart
clothes because they fit with your
kind of style. A try-on will make
all plain to you.
Suits $7.50 to $30.00
We arc showing a verv lare assortment of cnol
undergarments for hot davs. Tananese Silk. Conde-
nette Porosknit B V. D. in both piece and union
suits and all grades of balbriggan. Piece Garments
25c to $1.00; Union Suits $1.00 to $3.00. "
St. LOuis'1 Boston 0
It Louis Mo. May 24 In the best
g ime tha
year. Boston lost the first contest of sas gnd the
Lofton cf . .
Watson If ....
Jooilrieh r.f . .
Reed fr '....
OBrieh p ....
Gowcn cf ....
Luttke 2b :
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"r're lb. .... .
Reed si. ......
Wiring c. . . . ; .
Willis p. .....
0 0 0 0 1
1 2 1 3 0
0 12 0 0
0 1 2 0 0
0 0 O 0 0
0 0 11 11
0 2 3 1 0
0 R v
0 0 0 4 0
. 36 1 8. 27
. AB R H PO
the winning run was .scored on two
singles and two sacrifices. -!
St. Louis 000 000 001-i
Boston ...... 000 000 000 0
Summary: Double plays Stephens
to Jones Hoffman to Wallace to Jonea
us state ugeut.
The Stmmons-Burk Clothing Co. of
Springfield Mo. and the Sterling Gas
and Oi eomp-'ny of Sterling Ohio
named U W. Pentecost as state agent.
the Kansas City Mexico and Orient
' AMEBCIAN ASSOCIATION.
ih'i Ci! -. Mimieapol'P 3
MilwanKPB i ;-t. Haul ?..
!.o:Ur.VT LidlanapolL '..
roiedo fi. Columbus 6.
" AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 4. Washington 2
tv o't Mich. May 24 Only (five
iSioit 1'lnyerB tearhed ilist 1Jrp
'it fjur sroiel pni one died steal-
I'M not Iiojtw1 iib'pr ixdpg left on
'(I la -on. 'T'c hi 5a wero bunched
u'li- s v jr t-4. ti .t. and two
T"-2 viih a Ild-thwM In the (seventh
1 Ms t'K counted ill'of the runn.
0bb'W.t.- 6?prhii for'CrHieislng a de
''":v;; fs 2uo omi2oc-t
"Vfti-Vi.is-w:! I... JdO 0(H) 0002
;Sun!tiii.7; Tu0 basw hit. Cobbs Mir
'ui P.irift; thrc naise hit. B"owne;
.ioien tPsp Prone; bat-en' on balls;
uff.Wlllei 1 off Guy 1; hk by pitcli-t-r
by . Witlet. Delehanty; ' stiuck out
t'?.Wl!let 4 by Cray JL; umpires.
HufBt anrt Evps.
Waddell French to Wagner to Stabl oonmany named 11. . E. Dei win
NHes to rtihli stolen bases Hoiper.; Outbrle..as date ...agent. ;. .
wild pitch Waddell; base3 on balls
off Viulisell 1; sttuck out. by Waddell
4 by Areiianes l; Umpires E&an mid
PU PC (let Immediate rellcr frorh
rJLLJ Dr. Shoon Mlr IHntmffll
VISITING BOOSTERS SURPRISED.
1 1''-0flni'? from i'nef one
Imnrovrnnt of the country. "
Charters were Isued today to tho fol- ; .. ..."
ThNcrthorn Realty and ConBtruc ' JS' h'e ' coS
tiMi' company of Enid with a cipllat I f . ! .C. .V
jntoek of $15M0 The incorporators T; e n
'V r'n.t p'v'V1- 'Brle" Htaudard of the far-famed .article of
. F. (.'Riieii Roy V. Wngni and thn enth
(ieorge A. Kennedy all of Enid.: ' v.?; ' f ..
'J . P "L K !';k "' -htrMi.rmod; Jacctrd & King Jewelry
jSi.i.iiOil. The incoriwrators are; I
W. Dow.l of Chicigo; John F. Cham
pion and Carl Pursel of Muskogee.
The North Muskogee Bank of Rex
"Guthilc Ih one of the. livest cities
in . thw-whole couhtfy" said Hobart
vlh a capital stock of flO.nOo Th-M''1 j
and t. u. LruDM all t Muskogee. nj-n lf h ii . ni. t.u
Mnr Hflil Kanf Mr Urn mmn.inv nf ' -" "i" uu
ivuiuauy ui . v..i
MlKl.-u with nn ..nit'.1 Th0 " 1 i "V
E. 1). Morrison. R. . V V "ri
LIcS atwalke; & "
0t . Merchants Gin Co. Co
Derch. Turner Meadors C. ' F. Mead- "" X-n u V'
or.- and .1. F. Ilusey all of Wtumka. JfJL l " C ?
Horn Investment comny. of Car-'0'. "y prt"feL n futile.
men with a capital stock of 1 10.000. f Kfh.(Jr h? m V ? P8"
Th innil ar. w ii V.t:le' bin I merely meant to convey
- Chicago 7 Nw York 3 Hik J. C. Dunkin and' ' Ka'rry Dean j TJ.mP"f8ton thftt e business men
Chicago May 21-ChlcaKr won the ail of carmen. - ..- t i . ! Ilal
ppentng r'mo of the series from New The Park Hotel company of Chel-
Y rk 7 to 3. A battiiiR rally in the mm with a capital stock of $:'00O0
sotfend inning when the home team The Incorporators" are: Charles W.
made a three base hit a Nlnple and Caldwell O. L. lxne W. A. Caff J.
3' tfotlMo in a fw score i three nuu T. Mcilpadden .1. B. Milan W. G
jr the f:anirp. ' Philips V M. Scott .1. A. Wise and
" O'i'l 012 01 7 J. A. Gammon all of Chelsea.
i ''.'V York
i2 1100 000 3
; Not ov i'v jrTTTlitiimtri ! cttm fcpt.fes resolute S3fty as a remqdTv
Jjaa m-ds S. S. 9. fhtjc? Mtnsiyely ued pf all medlrins In th trat-
at of CsMUiloU Elo61 '' Poison. ' Unlilrt tha 'strortff mineral mitxirts.
ifhijh itnif.pqrsf lyi?qrflO'Ttfif' oiutwanlj syinytms rl shut tha dis-msa up
lp the system rier to carry' on its destrnetiva w-Wrk' oh the delicate nd'
t'.tal orgaH'.'S. '$'.'8.'4rftfiMlrrt'Mv af(!'thWryol'nd1vipui!fylng thelobd
tt4ftlfn( !Iiiil.mfib frttft. 4UMnbiMstirtn''of Irprith Vt.htrts.'tfh'lif
which has t definite and epeciflo action in purifying the blood. Yean wera
pent i selectiifi and' proportioning the difTersnt ingredients but when
S. 9 S. via perfected it soon demotwvf.ited Its superiority over all other
blood ftiedicinftB. ssd now after 40 yeirs it is stlil tho one and only certain
cure for OontnsriO'.iB Blood Poison. While driving out the poison from th
circulation S. S. S. builds up and strengthens the system by its fine vegetable'
t?";c nc. ii you aro suttermg witn contagious Blood Poison 8. 8- S. u
yr-ir most c-tain reliance and because of its freedom from mercury
Sljru of Much Activity
"I was surprised when I arrived to-
day mc.!H so from the life of the city
and the amount of triftie on the
streets tl'an the number of people 1
met" said C. H. Turner Jr; of the;
nussissippi valley Trust company.
Mavhel'a nil Mmnonv .f M..cfc. ' -rrii 01 e civwuwi ine SamO OS
" .those of the Hrge cities of the East
nnd North and by them give the vis
itorj. an idea as to tho commercial
value of the town."
"Why don't some ot your men es-
tablish a large shoe factory at Guth-
rie T sl;ed James W. Jump of the
Peters Shoe company. Mr. Jump did
nor wiyii tp-be quoted :s recommend
To'als 26 3 5 27 9 2
Webb Cltv flOJl 000 0001 8 2
Guthrie'.. (S'0 300 00 3 6 2
Batteries O'Brien and Reed; Wtl-
lis and Waring.
Suraary: Two base hits Reed
White and Kellerman; sacrifice hits.
Luttke Price; stolen barB3 Waring.
Reed Kellermm; struck out. by
O'Brien 5 by Willis 13; hits off Wil-
lis 8 off O'Brien 5; baoea on' balls
off O'Brien 5 off Willis 2; time of
gime I .lion" 45-minutes; umpire
Wilson.'.) ' '
Hard Came to Loe
In a pitchers battle the Senators
lost Satin day's game Io Webb City
by the score of 3 to 2. The ginie was
a fast and snappy one and interesting
to the last. Five double jilavs wer'
made during tho game Webb City
making three and the Senators two.
Nelson vis in the box for the beat:
and pitched' a good game Jiuldiiig
the visitors down to one earned run
with si scattered hits while the
Senators landed on Taylor Webb
City's best pitcher for eight hits In
six innings. Holland who ..started the
game of for the visitors was wild
and was taken out In the third Inning
after last ing two passes In succession
'lid being hits for two singles. An
error by Anderson in the second in-
ning was productive of two ruus for
the visitors nnd . giving them the
game as it eventually proved. Vt 1
Gu.tbrle made he:' two fntiB In .tbe;
fourth - inning Price was given a
piiHs.do first Reed following wltlv ?
siiigie. . Waring was called out on
whaltithe umpire thought was strikes;
Antiraon was walked by Taylor and
Priee. scored on a . wild pitch. ' Reeu
seorsdjioii a hot Hue drive by. Nelson
which knocked the pitcher down. The
Senators bad the bases full in the
third and fifth innings but were un-
able to score. They made a rally In
the ninth In an effort to tie the score
Luttke and Pnttersor. landing out
safe ones but Price the next man up
hit Into a double which ended the
The tabulated score follows:
Injj nidi a factory but merely asked
the uueut'on. s' l
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t ) lOUliiip'ai i riTtvjis rkfi-e ' ''
Oklahoma City Ok . Mav 24 in
automobile pat ty of Zi. Louis boost-
ers guerts of Sidney Brock ures'-
dent cf the clumber of commerce
collided with a carriage Sunday even-
ing nd Mrs. J. T. Hawkins a cani-
ago occupant was bidly Injured. Her
husband and ilaiiKhter ii;. sith
hrutRes. The rarrlnge v.s d"molWnptf.
twbwnt book with valuable suctions and any medical 'advice snt f re ThuJ"."V ' oh n 3rvH L r
to .U who rn'i ' . THE SWtjt SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA OA I Itt"?
"-'-n rt .
Luttke 2b ...!
Patterson rf. .
Wa ilS c: . ..
Anderson 3b. . .
Nelson i : .'. .
AB R H PO A 13
4 (l o 2 0 0
0 2 2 5 1
0 3' 0 0 0
1 0 14 0 0
1 2 3
3 0 1 0
1 -0 3 -2
t 2:0 0
'30 ' 2 It 27 16 4
AB R H PO A K
4 ' o :i f'i' e
3 0 I t 2 0
'..4' U fl H)
4 0 0
4. 0 6
4 1 1
3 0 1
Lofton) 'dr. . .1. .
Whit Sa. . . . .
tioodrica rf. . .
Kellernian ' 2b.
Taylor p. . 2 0 (f 0
Total 32 3.6 27 13 3
Score; ! . R. H.E
Giithrtp '. m 200 0002 11 4
Webb CHy 030 O'JO 0?0 -3 6 0
Summaiy: Earned riins. Guthrte 3
Wbb Citv ft- ivn hse hits. Ixfton.
Pokomev nru Holland; double- ry!
Reed to White; Taylor to Kelieiman
ty .Pokorivey Luttke to Vfici' Ander-
IolanS' '. 1 1 j.j.f (if! t t. !
ray lor p. . 2 0 'q
.. 0 0 5
1 n I' I
Q 1 IllS
4 2 0
1 4 1 1
oon to Luttke to Price; sacrifice hits
Price (2 Luttke Anderson White;
struck out bv Nelson 4; by Holland 1
by Tavlor 5; passed balls Reed; Urn-
iplres O'Prien and Lancaster. Tim? of
. . Pittaburq 3 Bartlesville 2 .-
' j Pittsburg Kas. May 24 In a pitch-
ers' batt'o with a light rain filling
during the entire game Pittsbing won
the second of the series with L'artles-
ville. 'Score: R. H. '-5.
rittsburg . 001 000 02 3 7 0
Rarflesvllle .... 200 OdO 0002 B 2
t Batteries Klllay and Kelly; Thom-
as and Biown. Umpire Lyons.
O DOPE FOR THE FANS. ' O
Cooiey the big third
be here to play with
when the next series
The Senators hive
cracking good games.
Ihfir hard luck hoodoo
will now climb up the
iu played at
Atiui a m m rmi 1 it j 1 nn u u i af 1 1 miruin m 1111 1 ttm 1 1 a n m muni tuu rairuif.
BARGAIN 3 1
For the next 10 days I am going to make the H
S most sensational pipe offer ever heard of in f
S Outhrie. Here it is . .g.
S A good briar pipe for 25c.
H A good sack of smoking tub. 10c.
EE A bundle of pipe cleaners 5c.
S Total value of 40c. All for 25c. E
g 40c. Worth of smoking merchandise yours for 25c. S
JACK B. MORRIS I
106 East Oklahoma Avenue
' 'Manager Price deserves mueh cred
it' for the excellent games he has put
up late y with his crippled team.
Clifton the refukir catcher of the
Senators is on the bench on account
of bavins his toe nail knocked off
during the Enid series.
Pi ice at first base and Rouclat
snort are playing Dig iep.j;ue ball.
Tciii Amj(e& lon";iItle uome brilU-utt
plays fn Saturday's game' for a crip-
ied fi --tt-'v ;i . '
4 TfeMt.TfIf' ganif -as firsUSun-i
fay game won otl the nome grounds
Ify JlfSince -Guthfif - was. In the
. j:v Aterii as's'o'ciatiOH -four years ttgd '
- Adklns plirysc his last game with'
the etiutis today. Tony An.lersou :
will cover third until "Big" Cooiey ar-:
The St. Louis Brown's who have I
had uard luck in getting started this I
diason aie now gt-tting into shape
Boston has a set of young twlrlers j
this yr ir.
.Webb City !a weakening In the;
pitching staff. Holand a left hand
outfielder attempted - to pitch Satm.
day's game. "
Whittingham a Texas league twirl-
er joined the Webb City team here
yesterday. ' : " ' . .':
1 " - "'"-''-'" r-. - --
It Ol O A aT vS7 TT T Si t W TOT
A S ( H
: ... IN TIME
: - V' ri t
I t I -J r . ..!.' t.t j.ni' .
ueiai vviins iinsidster ana rMcision i
are three of thtv br.t-twlrlers in ttie
That 's what our repairing dej lartment will do f or
your Footwear and you will find it a money saving
idea to bring your crippled shoes to us and consult
our expert shoe repairing man. With modern
machinery and nifty fingers he lias the naek to
make crippled shoes look very new-hke which will
make them live as lung as when new and at reason-
able cost too. .
That we sew the rips and taek the soles free of all
shoes bought of us. '
The Cardinals? have' -made a great
wnproyerAent in their ;team since the
The PnitorS'3re'r:p!aying Jitter.!
iall ian f iimprovetfiej'iij ln..the t:ani
orli catif be se-n : fytlffi '
LondeiijjChanc-orv)e Cub servant:;
resident' Murpliy tir'"do eoniMhlriK
and there Is nothing he would rather
ree bim do than bring Catch? Rllng
hick into the fold. '
DECLINES CHINA BERTH.
. i s t . - . V
Bv Assottmed Press.) Special tn Dallv Leader.
W'si in An Mat A f ter mrt t . . .
' lTth'8 Biar I'riaent Taft today of the 0tr; cmi'ntry ha a wo!f Lunt
J. i'-' iiamuioiui uecanea we during the list wt
. - nnni-ieiniip to China. v.jf :
BISSI1I1IS ........!.. Tt . I - 1 .. !--.
..telJ I 0B.KIrM&'S WrtV areirflV .Iowa several feet he' foimd the
Nn TDitiiiinij. in) (ii!! ... ... iiiMihe:- wdr P-nd .four nt-arly-growa
teek. He located a
and armed 'wiih a spade
trw. A safe ami pic astnsj rni- smc. niKKi.Hii
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