The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 36, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 7, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLA. WEDNESDAY. JI'LV 7 1900.
Warm Weather Bargains
Dry Goods Items that You Need Every Day
During This Heated Spell
Ladies Munsing I nion Suits Ladies' Rattan Suit Cases
rim lightweight underwear -n
onlv Uunsine wakes thev alwa
Tight or open knee. Their
$1.00 suit for
As strong as the best leather not
half as heavy cost hall the price the
onlv uraetieal suit ease for a lath' to
aic ven inexpensive.
Misses' Munsing Union Suit?
Sizes. L rears to 1l rears low neel
no sleeves and open knee The
best ")( tf. suit made special suit...
13c Stotkinys 10c a Pair
( loine in three grades:
52.75 S3.73 55.75
Hot Weather Handkerchiefs
Ladies' ami children V
-ticks in black onlv. Th
nose ;ii!tt nit
se aic t In- I
eheap stockings you ever saw
any size at pair
(tent's Tuxedo the best ever after
they are washed they look and feel like
the best 25c. linen handkerchief u
ever bought . They are
special at each
Ladies A!l-L inen Handkerchiefs
World Beaters Hemstitched pure
linen Onlv lc. each ami 9c. for the fine
For in or out door ust
unbleached large or sinal
values; froni 10c. each
Air- Float Tal C Powder
ere is nt l iner made;
In Kinioiia styles the
kimonas made t he M j 1
and appropriate for
est ttnllc Itti'
art all new
solid colol8 and
2e can lor
Are You Going to Seattle ?
We are showing some swell suits for
traveling wear in lightweight wool and
in dark colors that we are pricing ven
low; $19.75 buys yon a suit yon can
anywhere in and be proud of.
1 i A EiZ Hi ll I
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UNITED STATES AND STATE DEPOSITORY
UR FACltl riES.
riii bank has provided ever) facility that is required
by business firm! and individuals VVe invite deposits sul-
ject ti check small as well as large loan money make
Foreign and Domestic collections and is nc Letters !
' redit and Travelers' Cheques The interests of our
depositors arc protected t" a marked degree by this old
t" tablished bank.
m nam mis
BV MAY M ANTON
A Sm.-.rt Summer Costume.
The siinum : costume cotiatatlai tr
a trMtpareal o: r over :i prlncaaaa
gowa is the smarted of all thlnsa
i'liir iiu i'f .is oiur as ii is simpli'
and combined a sleeveless co.it ot
lace with i lini'ii gown The gsWI
is in lb st'iiii -pi iiict'ssc style inii
iflvi ii lona unbroken lines by tbe
continuous i. itnmins and tin coat
guggeata the Chasuble idm It can
GAVE CHECK TO BOGUS OKLAHOMA PRODUCERS
BISHOP ALTHOUGH THINK PRESENCE
OTHER CONGRESSMEN ADDITIONAL GUSHER
VICTIMS OF SAME 6AME IN ARBUCKLES FIELD
Pious Darky Gets the Coin Best Oil Producer Struck Thus
Tale ot Woe
is known to tiit'in onlv :i
Jones Victor Munloek
a.lniit t'l In' lias ln'rn an
for I in- "bltbop" who rial
in Wichita. Kas.. tin- col;
Om to) recently Mr.
(iimI i call from "fttohoi
his office in tbf tiousi'
lac. "Bishop' Jones was
colored man ot bealga r
tlmuKht U at Mr. Munlo
have recognised him ban
"1 live In Wichita." uai
Jones. "My son died rc
Far in That Rich
of Mm lntr
V j homa in t h
of BtfftaTJ Hailing''
ior departieai 10 oki.i
1 near future Is awaittu!
ion who with much i.it.ivsi ly oil pro4Mf
'Blflbop j of old Indian Territory who believe
Kaasas ihat such a visit will result fcesjefl
s hi a i k 1 .j a jy to (ht Gj Natff They bt-
ssmaa'tl Uaa4 after personally investinat
niK conlitk)ivs tier. Secretarv lt.illin
.look rs get will iindcistan the needs of the
bines at fi..i.i ui 1. .11.. ... ..iimi.i
Mime of the ced tape that heretofore
has existed in uettiue possession of
leases Dg Indian lands.
That the secretari of the interior
will ko to 'he new (dl field in the
Arliuckles mountains district is
claimed by the producers in that sec-
tion Of the state. The success of I
the Atchison Topt-ka and Ranta Fel
raHrosd In drilliiiK for nil and Kas in
the Arbiiokles fiohl has been remark
able. The conian.v now has thirty-
seven pvadaeJag oil ami m widis in
that field and other companies are
irilliiiK and making preparations to
drill. It Is expooted to become one
Of the nnti st producing fields In
Oklahoma It is believed that the
field eveatually will ha found to ex
tend acri ss the entire Red river sec
tlon of the. state and the extension
of the Arbtickles field lioth east and
1 "Mishop "
Dtly in Vir
ginia an I'm on my way home with
the hod I need just S.M and If
you will el me have that amount
I will repay it on my arrival In Kan-
sas." "You're no trying to hunko' me
me you?" Questioned Mr Murdoch as
he reached for his checkbook.
"Deed l's not boss" replied the
"bishop" as tears filled his eyes.
As Mr. Murdoch started to write
the (heck the caller leaned fer his
shoulder and suggested that the
amount be made SI'1. Instead of $9. Co.
as originally requested.
Mi i.... n it. ... ..... ...... i..1fi
; w-est. is now bolng .prospected. From
lilt" .tl(l 111'- llli'lll IM'l IN U UitlltM'Vt
Our buyer picked up a great many things
in St. Louis at prices which will interest you
all. Here are a few items of special values
and special prices:
A big of of white lawn waists hondrcds of patterns long
sleeve ami some three-quarter length; ; even araisl ... QO
this tot worth $1.50 and $2.oo On sale this week ooh . wUw
Three lots of i.ms. hmcy tokm god Mar ft 1 tans tha) coaf
St 3$ and $2 n 1 kt tkawa at wholesale m sal.- at IOC; I an that
Cost $4.25 and $4 u at wholesale on sale at 1 mc fans worth
sWtr a .M; 33c
Ladies' Wrappers all colors gad sites made of ol quahts
percale tritnmetl with finishing hraid. worth $1 50 QO-
anil $2.00. 1 1 sale this week at ... ... www
Men s Railroad nine Shins tnatle of Blue Chautbrav Union
made guaranteed not to rip; 00 a
50c value tor wwu
Boys' Knee Pants Knickerbocker style all sites IQn
4 to If'. 75c values foi 4 J b
Hook Fold Percale neat light anl tlatk Line patterns. g$c
pieces worth u 1 yard P
th. sale this week UL
Children's Blue Plaj Rompers ORr
the 50c kind for fuU
Children s nkU- Strap Pumps patent ami tan si. es 7 t-2
to 3 worth $1 75 fl Q
I In sale at vj i . j J
Handkerchiefs -it ilm wholesale cost a lukj lot i Jrt
sample- worth loc each in Basement Hb
ON ILEAL FSTATK
LONti TIME KA8Y PAYMENTS
Eteliablti representative! wanted
The Jackson Loan Trust Co.
Kurt Worth levin. Jackson Miggissippi.
"Kin" OFFICIAL IS ARRESTED
K Brown Ngarintt
CUrl. Kansas Ai. T
ii . 11 arrested h 1
tiiaiK'' at vlotatlag
refaslafl a otairancc
JpbasoB. tin ini'i I v tra
siuit for l.'i.niiv) dami
lie lalior law
letter to !.
Is to love 1 hildren and no home
can I'e happy without them
yet the of deal through which
the expectaat mother must pass
usually is so full of suffering
and dreaJ that she looks for-
warJ to tin- ti"ur with arpte-
hension. Mother's Friend by its penetrating and soothing properties
allays nausea nervousness unpleasant feelings and so prepares the
system lor the ordeal that she passes through the event with but little
suffering as numbers have
testified ana said "it is worth
its weight in gold."
DUIdN 1ST M at Un:o.
HSO Sleeveless Coat.
bcr to his caller
"Bishop' Jonea protected that he
was on the level " and Ihat he would
soon remit the amount of the loan
Mr Murdoch related the incident
vesterday to Hoiresentatlv "s Gardner
af New Jersey and Currier of Ver-
mont "V.'hy. bless in soul." replied Mr
uaraaer ariin some neat m koi
iImpiii $in out of me to take the hotly
lo New Jersey "
"Jlniini. W'llkins" broke out Mr.
Currier "he eot $.'at out of me t
ake the IkhIv 1 Veiniont."
loft. Either tSe little rdieniisette or
he open agaara neck tag ga aaad
and if a thinner linliler effect is
mted the sleeves could he made
f ihe same material as the yoke. Al
most all seasonable materials are
ipproprlatl and the same OWtl
uld be cliarinltiK made fix 111 imiii
I or foulard with the coat either of
lace or net or chiffon.
Par. Hie medium size will he re-
Ittlred for the co.it 4 3-4 yards IS
1 5-8 yards 24 or 2 S-l yar.ls 44
Inches wiile with s rarda f hand
lag: for the COWB 10 12 yards 24 or
7 14 yards .12 or 1-2 yards 44
m lies wide with 4 ards of gandlag
5 S yard or all over lace. A May
Mantoti pattern ot the coat. No fiiixn
dzes small medium large or' of th'
(Own No 6321 sizes 52 to 1" Inches
bust will be mailed to anv address
by the Fashion Department of this
paper on receipt of ten cet.ts for
c!i. (If in haste send an addition
two cent stamp for letter rxistaK''
which Insure more prompt delivery.)
11 00 r hotllw al d
of valuable .
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
s am at the bad
r liked whjch seam
Ity and it can he
a; m by means of
i glvaa a cutaway effect
an he mad- itrafgftl If
.lust a llluat rated h.-
useful as well as fashion
Kreat many iliffere.it or-
L If somet hi ne simpler
cane juice cruabed
out and clarified.
nothing taken away.
We call it
breakfast Sy rup
You'll call it
the best syrup you
ever tasted I
There's really nothing
Like it in
For SmU hy all Croctr.
Pt nick a Ford. Ltd.
NEW O H I F A N V LA.
Lawlotl on the west across the Al
tiiukles field to Ma. Iill. Mill Creek
and Inn. mi prospecting is now in
Two New Producing Wells Found.
An additional Rusher was brought
in from the At buckles field during
the ; A week hy the Mttl Millaii
company the Ust producer struck
thus far in Ihat locality. It is a
deeper well limn any tf those here
tofoie put down. Als0 during the
past week a bin natural gas well wan
brOUgbt in In the stone locality and
is one of the deepest gas welln ill
Oklahoma on which over f40uHi
U ic already been expended. The
flow of the well Ik said to be equal
to that of the bit; well Ahich is now
supplying the city of Ardmote with
The pipe line runs ug reported b)
the Prairie (HI and Gas company for
the first three weeks in June aver
ttfe 14412.13 bar fall a day ami ag
fregate I!7I7)4.71 barrels. Of thl?
imoutri 47fIM barrafa acea da
livered to the rellnerles fir eons. imp
tion. leaving L'9i77ti "s barren to be
stored in iron tanks. These figures
show the decrease in the runs of
ibout 4. mi barrels a day. but an In
crease In the deliveries as com
pared wit a th repoei at the ciost
The Prairie Oil and Gas compaii'.
hoe ooffipleted the lirst of Its tanks
in the Bald Hill district near Tulsa
and is bulldliiR a second and has ma
terial 0n the ground for a third BoBV
oil men tuke this action that It Is
not the intention of the Prairie OM
and (las company to hull to the gulf
at once The Dominion Oil company
which has extensive holdings In t ti
Muskogee field. Is ereetliie a fift.OtH!
barrel oil tank near he latter city
During the past week the Dominion
company brought in a large well and
ooaanteaced tlrill another imnieil
Prairie Company Not Busy.
A :is (Mill barrel wee tank has been
bill it. iOO III the Muskogee field by
'he liichland Devtdopment compaii
nid is being used by various produe
Ts in that locality among them be
ing the Kreps Shrewsbury company
thai brought in a fOQ barrel well dar
inR the past week The Prairie Oil
and (las company is not taking an
oil from the Muskogee t'ii-lil at th
'iresent lilue. but expects to resillil
Is runs from that field in the neat
tut ure. Several companies have
ease drilling until the Prairie re
siu.ies Its runs. The Maryland com
puny completed four : bat re
lanks in the Muskogee field and two
i weiit five barrel tanks all of them
now filled 1th ol
Activity in the Coweta field was
renewed during the past weak The
Deining Investii.ent company of Os
aregO Kas has alread five produe
ing gas wtdls near Coweta and Ih
putting down a new well in this vl
clnity. Work was commenced during
the past week ii drilling a new gas
well In the Hla-kdl field in North
ern Oklahoma. This followed the
bringing In of a big gas well hv the
t'nlcn Gas and Oil company with
capacltv ot JUNHVOO.l cubic feet P
tlay The citizens of Alva are pro
pec-ling for oil and Kis near that
city at the present time This is th
most western prospecting thus fai
in the state.
Apix'.n nces are deceitful a man
can close a deal for 'in hundt
thousand dollar; worth of fake min
ing storks as quick as some women
can purd'ae a fifteen cent nilr eomo
Mack's Npw Democratic Magazine is attracting
li'lllonil nit nut irm
'IJUl 1 III
rni . .. t i i r A- i 1..1 i a
a j ue umaer uoa penectea ciuuDing arraiicincnis
ij with tbe new magazine.
Tlic Kational Montlilv is a new Denooiatie
j magMiiw. Norman K. Mack National Chairman
j Bdftor. This is an organ thai lias been t long felt
want and is bouod to be the best publication in the
g United States. Here are a few of the prominent con-
trilmtors: (iov. John P. Sbafroth of Colorado: Gov.
I Judson Harmon of Ohio; u S. Senator Culberson of I
x lexas; Hon. William Jennings Bryan: Senator 41
I Champ Clark Missouri; Col Henry WatteraQti.J
i oiiricr-.Journal Louisville Kv.; Hon. John V.
5 K'... I.wi; rni. i' u. 'i. in it ii i
a ivi iii iuuwub i iio.s. r.niniiu lamnany tiau;sen.
Henj. H. Tillman South CtroHna: Gov. Charles X. S
4 Haskell ( klahonia ; Sen. Thomas 1'. tore Oklahoma ;
I Sen. Robt L. Owens Oklahoma; Gov David R
I Francis Missouri.
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At' ' : The Leader Guthrie.
Hardware Stoves and Ranges
Tin end Gretnitewarr Sheet Metal Work
atnd Rapairing a Spacl&Jty
H. E. MILLER
11 H North Dlviaton Street
(Successor to M . Weinberger.)
We Store Anythirtg-Wc Move Everything
Office 501 W. Okia Ave Phone 39
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 36, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 7, 1909, newspaper, July 7, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc616898/m1/3/: accessed July 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.