The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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TBIH TOLKS WHO WOULD T fl fjyFTOTF'.ten mM lm MIT. MR Of I
INCRUSLWEIGHT 1 ""lG Mb! I L je Wcmen fire Helped IW H I T U 1 U L f
. SIMPLE DIRECTIONS EASY TO
Thin men and women that big.
hearty filling dinner yon ate last
jiighL 'What became of all th? fat-
producing nouris hinent it contained?
You haven't gaiaed in weight one
ounce. That food passed fron your
body like unburned coal through an
open grate. The naterial wthr.
but jour food doesn't work ami
Ptlcl; and the plain troth Is van hurl-
1y get enough nourish ii ent from year
meal to pay for fie cost of oookins
This is true of thin folks the worH
over. Your nutritive ora:i.a. wt
functions of sir-siiniintion are sadly
out of gear nl need m-rmstMHIm. '
. If every way you've trie! to fit on u ashmgton !. f .. Aug. 2't. A.
weight ha" failed try rhe-e simple -II- Bruce Ilioluski hief of the d paru.ieiti
reetions. Cut out everything but the of jSIi v-s twp f in -s! igntors. who
meals you nre Mimt row fin. e.ii . ..r... .1 n ..i kerbs it .ivi
:l:7t;7 ? l:rik v.r M'rvke of the Roverument. had ingredient
pol tablet. In two weeks note 0 r . Medicine dealers everywhere have It
weieht. S.nrgol does not of its -If a conference today with '''y cn hand In either tablet or liquid form
make fat but mixing with yrsir f. -od lousing and while 1. II those having at all times. If you want a specialist
ltd punas is to help the dlgestue .1 ( 0 of wha j(.t ..Jrrt tne In women's diseases to diagnose your
organs turn tne f its. sugars ami . . case absolutely free of charge write
lii i irr of Mii iii'i si.uxh i:
itua.ii nm it i.i:ns
' At tho first symptom of any de
rangement of the feminine organism
at any period of life the one safe
really helpful remedy la. Dr. fierce'
Ten of thousands of women have
taken It with unfailing success for
every conceivable ailment and disease
of a womanly nature. It Is a woman's
medicine and as such Us mighty and
marvelous restorative power is ac-
knowledged the country over.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is ISKIJKF
a true friend to women in times ef
trial and at times of pain when the
organs are not performing their func-
tions. For headache backache hot
flashes catarrhal condition tearing
down sensation mental depression
dizziness tainting spells lassitude and
exhaustion women should sever fail
to take this tried and true women's
Prepared from nature's roots and
Ciii (I BIG
AXOTHITl $5(i;)()llil.tlli(( (AN
NOT UK ItUSlill HKHK
Marches of what you have ?aten. in- " r"w " " -y rr. Pierce Invalids' Hotel. Uuffalo. N.
o rich ritie fat producipr nourish- tia-nt. all the circumstance j indicate Y to-day. 1ZS page book on women's
ment for the tlssaoo and Mood pre- that the talk between the secretary of diseases sent free.
pare It in an easily assimilate! fvro KtslA un Mr. itir.aU related to evi- It titan the head when yon clear the
wnicn in oinoa ran easi:v acre; t. a .. . .. . nomacu ana Doweis.
Jtroat ' deal of this nonnih 1 et now
pawM trsm t'lin ironies hodiers as
denrp that til" (juVfrniiii lit
li'rtcd rcspt'i t
liaM rui- v. .i..l. uu . .11
1 von luuiH. w iu iuiit pinurui nil
111 all-eed pro-'thoked dp and stuttnant That's lust
waste. ' Farro! U deHmed ti Mn C-rman a.-tlvltiea In this country. iV "
... I iTit yount'lf In good condition with
he waste nd make the fat p rod tie-.. Mr. lii.-laski returned to Washing-' Dr. Pierce's Pleaiant Pellew. Mildly
ln cantenU of t:ie verv lne meiN on Tu.Sll:lv froI1 a Umr ml geotly but thoroughly and etT.-c-
yoti are patipa mw develoii pound . tively thoy cleanse and regulate the
and pounds of healthy rieh l - t Jeen B'lon tit New York city and elsewhere whole system. Sick or bilious Head-
vour skin and bones. ar?oM nor and also had a conference on that day rt&SaereDS T'Z
Injurious pleasant efficient end Ir.. with Secretary Lansing. ' llvr stomach and buwul IIW revtutd
etriennive. All Iadin? dnvw'.sla ar I reliovi-d and curwfc
aiif'iorizt-rl to soil it in Jarze boxes-
forty tablets to a packni" on a
guarantee of weiht increase or mon-
ey back. (-
j Prior to ilr. Hielawki's rail at the
stale department Secretary Lansing
had a conference at llie White House
Iwiih President Wilson. It was reporl-
jed af'erward that this related to the
.'evidence which Mr. Bielaski had oh-
jlaiced but uo confirmation could be
had at the While House the Elate de-
partment or the department of justice.
The fact that Mr. Bielaski has had
two conferences whh the secretary of
10 ILL fOl
The following letter from the Welch sUe concerning pro-German activities
Grape Juice company of New York is !n lhe United States gave rise to the
self explanatory. It was written to belief that the evidence collected im-
the Smith Candy company notifying plicated German diplomatic or consular
them of their success m the window 'officers in this country. ? t -. ;
trimming contest: I it waa pointed out in support of
"It is a pleasure to us to announce this belief that the state department
your Dame as one of the third prize would have no concern in the matter
winners. Section Two Welch Week unless it involved International rela
Window Trimming Contest. Accept fions. Secretary Lansing declined to
our congratulations. answer questions concerning his call
Yon will be Interested In knowing 011 President Wilson and his confer
that some twenty thousand window ene with Mr. Bielaski but to a direct
displays were on view Welch Week ' inquiry he said that the department
and that you competed against retuil- of state was not making any Invest!
ers in Delaware Maryland District gallon of charges appearing in news
of Columbia West Virginia Virginia papers
neowcKjr. jeimessee Alabama. North Atton.ey tienerl Gregory denied
Carolina South Carolina. Georgia 'imt tne department of justice was tak
..w.lvVH nai.Kas .iuisi- I1R offi.iai cognizance of newspaper
ana Oklahoma and Texas. charges concerning pro-German activi
n. w. Aeranu &on wtio jmlgeU tins ti(.a !K added however that the in-
contest are reputed leading advertis-' vxtlKaiom of the department of jus
...B - "e experts 01 tne pustr.ess wmlii eXuinlne tli.se charges.
world. It SlKWild be a source of rnu. li following their usual practice but up
pleasure to yon to obtain this recogni- U)U u art(iu laJ heen taken.
'"" B BO arK 0 "e"1 reviewed by Klsewhere in the department of jus-
such distinguished judges 'tu-e it was learned that the depart
" " i"-"'""" MiaiiKH aim u.t was in the possession of a mass
best wishes for your work whic h we of information tending to show tha.t
.i.B...y appreciate. pro-tlemiati agents hud been working
" (j n;a cmiiii-y with a view lo helping
FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE. cause of the Teutonic allies
If you will get a bottle of t'liam- Inquiry today In various official cir-
certain s Liniment and observe the'. dLm.! that hieh ranking of-
directions given therewith faithfully: ... w .
you will recover in much less tiae flr8 "f ''""''"r"0" havfi
than is usually retmired. Olivia It'fir.ined to make no comment for the
able everywhere. jtime bt inir. at least us to any meas-
- inns that may In; taken by the gov-
B'Y A I.IOMK We off.r the fc-roofn ptnent with respect to allegt-d viola-
house at 212 K. Vilas for $l.'o cash. ' i';ilis of . flM.ral laws by German
mis is noi .1 iuir price ror the lot. 'averts or sympathizers. They also art-
See us at once about It. lVdey and'Sii.t to the suggestions that Ger
Armstrong. Ulione 333.
FORMER GOVERNOR SLATON IS-
SUES REPLY TO ATLANTA
San Francisco Aug 20. Former
Governor John M. Slatcn issued to
day a statement condemning an ad-
dra.g delivered recently by .Mayor J
n. Woodward of Atlanta Ga. and
terming the mayor "old and gurru!
ous" he called the Frank case a "foot
ball of polities."
K"c:niuei:titig of Mr. 'Woodward's
statement that . three-fourths of the
people of Georgia including Ki self
believed Frank puilty and condemn-
ins t'ao lynching Mr. Slaton said:
"Similar utterances mado before
the lynching naturally resulted in
subsequent lawlersness. In one
breath he proposed to defend the fair
naii.e of Atlanta and Georglu ami in
the nest breath he 'cast on t!ier. ue
most terrible condemnation.
".Mayor Woodward Suggested 1
could not safely n'turn to Georgia
"within a year. Such a statement is
no! only 11 gross reflection on t'le
stale but is absurd and ridiculous
and it is further stimulative of the
mob impulse i-oniing from an official
who should Hland In favor of law am)
order ft !s in accordance with ul
(eiun.-)-s 01 titlier who fspot lo
ntilize the Frank case fur political
pr fci im-ut.
"I wan horn in Georgia and I love
her and her reputation. I liail re
turn there in accordance with mv
I think Mayer Woodward's stale-
ment I.; an af.'ri.at to the ..ople of
Giiorsia. in.dt'ud of a ilefense :ll. ia
old and mirniloiis."
I r 1- .
man officials in Ibis country may be i-e-Ai.i-.it. wa.ms Ili:i.GS KK.SGLT?
(involved in propaganda and tichcims
intended to create sympathy for Ger
many among the American people in
Sbread bread and butter san.lwlen-' f"'nce "i'inlen in congress and inter
en with cooked dates fr.?s or prunes
moistened with a li.tle lemon j.ii-e
and cibowed fine. Chopped nuts n
I fere with the shipment of munitions o(
'war to Great Uritain and her allies.
j Evey where among adniinistralicn
I officials there was 11 dispotinon to
' 'avoid saying anything thai might seem
LKAJJER WANTS BRING RESULTS like a reflection on the German gov
t rumen t or its represeututives in tht
At the post office department today
6 5 a I13C? .
... . sLMimf' " r."T.W ""VT-
Mt uas said that no complaint hail
1 hon maile tlire that Vatorlund. tin
THE ilHOBISI Ml-
VERSIIF OF OKLAHOMA
College Academy Kindergarten
Training Domestic Science Art
Oratory An Unexcelled Music
school. Faculty of Experts Choice
Athletic sports and Intercolle
giate contests. A school where
merif wins. Kxpenses low oppor-
tunities the best wholesome mor
al environment. A. B. graduates
granted life certitUaics by the
stale. First Semester opens Sept.
7. Address The Methodist Univer
sity Guthrie Oklahoma.
publication established in New York
'iiJ 'or "u Pl""lK1s( of helping the German
cause iu the United States had been
subsidized by German money. Com-
plaint would have to be made official
ly. It was said.
It was Iparned that the attention of
the post office department was called
recently to an article in Vaterland al
lt'-gcd to Le of a treasonable character
Petrosrad. Atu. 2d. Thai German
warships a stain are menacing Riga.
the his Russian port on Cie II.1IC1- is
indicated by an official con.mani.'a-
lltm issued here te.nisht. The com-
"Our warships prote-ting the t n-tran"t-
t.i the i;u!f of !li.'a jesterday
urc cioaer :n. owlnc to the gr
superiority of t ie ine 1 y's fhet.
Try a Lead -r Want Ad.
New York Aug 2't. A redu -tion In
the j.roiiijst d foreign loan to be fU.at
eJ from f5oi.00l.uO". first sngge'trd.
to J I 'in -ii.iiiu.i or $lioi)oucio!i se-'Hied
pi.ibabie today as t ie result o!
a iii..i-rrnt-t of iiitertiati'iiul fi:ian-
ic!s hi re mid by cable !.'Ut'i n this
city and IxiaJjn.
S ii!e it v.a. generally t'..o.islit
that this amcunt would be utterly In-
adequate to mest tne volume of bills
which are coming due rapidly againct
foreign buyers of America! supplier
it was felt that the su 1 would !i
suffioient to ripht t'.ie foreign cv
change markets temporarily at least
and restore to normal value the for-
r!sn money 8 now at lof levels of de-
preciation. The chief reason for the contein-
piatej reduction in the shte of tiie
loan however was understood lo be
tlie belief that a large loa:i such os
was fir.it jirojeted cuuid not be
readily placed here.
According to reports ccllateral for
t.ie proposed loan was to consist part
ly of American securities partly of
British external notes and partly oth-
er collateral of a character not yet
Reascns lor this radical reduction
caused much speculation.
As to current rumors originating
in London that a large ao ount of
gold would be sent to the Uuited
states to help pay off foreign indebt-
edness financiers asserted almost
unanimously that they would deplore
the arrival of a great quantity of gold
in this market now pr soon.
Whether the Washington adminis-
tration would disapprove the under-
writing by American bankers of a
larste loan to Great B.dtain or her al-
lies occasioned some speculation
among international bankers early in
the day. Careful study of the situa-
tion however led them to believe
that inasmuch as the entire loan if
issued would be used to pay for su)-j
plies purchased in A.i.erica there
would be no opposition to the project
by the administration.
Another Loan Pending.
It was learned today that J. P.
llorgan & Co. had virtually eorclud-
ed arrangements for the sale of the
n.".0O0.0( francs of "the Pennsyhan-
t 3 per cent bonds which formed
'he major portion of the $:!0Wiiiim1
'oan recently mads by the -French
pnernment through the Paris house
if qthchilds. There were indications
that negotiations now pending be
twetn Morgan & Co. and Paris would
result in another loan probably of
'arger amount than this one. As the
French government will have very
heavy payments to n ake in this coun
try before the end of September the
amount involved in
toitou now tuiitis. -With them tii
Idtvaid P. While now of Muskogee.
cYiiite was also looking for land and
o'.i a tiai'.n adjoinfr.g that of Jen-
:!ngs. The lire! de.Ua In tiie settle
neat after the ranchers had filed
'h ir c.a'ias. je-d v.ere pro.ir.g up
as a t . 1 h e c a- oi.l girl the daugh
ter of one of the rancher.).
"."iic i.m .1 pretty vlilM and we
ail loved her" said White recently
of t ie incident.
"Cae n.omin:. tl'.o fatier of t'le
;i:l came tc my ranch and told ne
ha! tlie little one had passed away
nd tlie si.ickfn mother was sitting
e;i:le the dead. Ifo asked me to
1 !; make a enfiln and dig a ttravtr.
v-if:t ove r ti t ie Jennings raneh
'!. i Al was informed. It was a
r- t rhce't to the settlement. Al
iiiivi-r was a naiural leader and
took t'.ie invllation.
v'ii nni: t n.akc her a coffin" he
Id. "iiiid give hera respectable
Hid No Prea;her.
"We u i i turned in a.)d cut of the
lough slacu cl Hewn tret s reucic
cr.::in which we carried to tlie ranch
of the setili r. One of the boys wai
sent iu quest of a preacher but he
came Ltuk late in tiie day and said
thut he had been unsuccessful. How-
ev r e wc;.t ahead aiiu jiruiiared
the child for burial.
'Tlie th e came for tlie body to be
loweu'd into tiie grave when Jen-
nings stepped and said M't's not
riil.t to bury that little girl without
a ceremony of some kind; it's too
much like burying an animal. We've
got to have a sermon and some pray-
ers. Ed. If you will sing a few
hymns I'll preach the sermon.'
"I agreed to do my best It wa.
in the spring of the year and we had
dug the grave along the wild flow-
ets on the hillside. The entire set-
tlement turned out to the" ceremony.
Then Jennings Prayed.
"After the rough coffin was lower-
ed into the grave. Jennings stepped
forward and offered a prayer. T'.en
he motioned to me to sing a hymn.
' had been in a choir in my younger
davs and I started some song which
all of the settlers joined In. Then
Jennings stepped forward again and
preached his sprmon.
He told of the little flower that
had budded out on the hills of -Colorado:
the flower that was not dead j
but merelv transplanted 'aid the!
other fragrant wild flowers on the I
hill side.' It was the most eloquent
sermon I ever Tip-trH nn.T '.tpnn'npy!
put his heart Into it "When he had
finished tears were flowing Tron.
the eyes of every man and woman In
that crowd of rough pioneers. Jen-
nings then motioned me to sing airaln
and then we slowly filed away from
"Jennings' father had once hern a
preai her ' and It was frorr him the
young man had learned the riles of
.the funeral service.
"Jennings ha.i been accused of
playing to the grand stand many
times In his talks but if he i.i in
earnest as much In his evangelistic
work as he was that dav among the
pioneers of. Colorado ho will lead
many souls to a better life because
of his influence."
CALOMEL-WHEN BILIOUS? NO! STOP!
MAKES YOU SICK AMD SALIVATES
"Dodcon's Lifer Tone" is Harmless To
Clean Your Sluggish Liver
I"gh! Calomel makes you sick. It's
horrible! Take a d(so of the dangerous
drug tonight and tomorrow you inny lose
a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which caunes necrosis of the bones.
Culouiel when it comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into it. breaking
i up. 'J his is when you fii-l that awful
ruiu-ca and crumping. If you are shig-
pish and "all knocked out" if your
liver is torpid und bowels contttiptitcd
or you have headache diziiwss. imted
tongue if breath is bud or stomach snur
just try a pto!oiil of lutruiUtis llinlsou'sj
Liver Tone tonight on my jruaruuu-e. I
Here's my punrnntee do to any drug
store and ."'t a SO cent bottle of Hud-
son's Liver Tone lake a spoonful and
if it doesn't straighten you right up
and make you leel line and vigorous I
vrant you to go 1 ark to the store and
get jnur money. Ilodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel because
it is real liver medicine; entirely vege-
table therefore it can not salivate or
make you siok.
I fruarnt.-e that one spoonful of Dod-
son's Liver Tone will put your uluggish
liver to work and clean your bowels of
that sour bile und constipated' waste
v.liich is clogging your system and muk-
iug you fii-l inisfiuWi'. I guarantee that
a hoi t!t of j"d-.fti's Liver 'lone will
keep your entire family biting line for
ihoiitlm. Give it to vimi' eliildrt-11. It la
harmless; lioetm't giipeuud they like its
. i SPEED MEN COME TO OXLAHOIrlA STATE FAIR
I 1 If .i ...I 1 1 -I i.i 111
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EIGHT FAMOUS DRIVERS HAVE ALREADY ENTERED..
Speed fans of the dyed-in-the-wool variety and even the uninitiated on
lookers are premised the treat of their lives so far as auto racing is con
corned at the ninth anqual Oklahoma State Fair. The two days devoted ti
RUio racing Wednesday September 29th and Saturday Oc tober 2 will wltnes:
eight world-famous drivers whose entries have already been received b;
Secretary 1. S. Mahan In a series of exhibitions trials against time and race
that will justify any Oklahonu-n coming evm f' mii the most remote corner;
of the state to see.
in all race meets outside of the state fairs the admission to auto race.
Is double and treble that charged at these big amyial events. In view of the
fact that admission at the Oklahoma State Fair not only includes this par
ticular attraction but hundreds of other features secured at a big expense
the value and worth as an educational and amusement factor of the State l'ai:
To date these drivers have entered: Louis Disbrow Fred Horey ".Kiddy
Kllpatrick Eddie Hearne George Clr.rii "Zip" Kizer "Wild BUI Lnclicot
and Johnny Raiiney. This array of drivers premises speed in all its thrill
Each one has a siring of records rccouiizcd by .all racing bodies. Jlisbro'
holds more records than any othe- driver cloteiy followed ijy Fndicott an
Eight events are scheduled for Wednesday September zsin aim a use
number for Saturday October 2. On the latter date the lig feature of llie
meeting will occur a "iO-inile race tor a purse of $-JUO. In all fjD0 are
ofteicd in prizes for the various events.
of the'Taristian "c21i)-jn"'""and"" fcr.igff ' ia- and
his faith In Christianity with a won- in too duties o
derful and convincing otreng
die hud traveled in many lan
used hi3 great knowledge in
ds anil f
OLBY SIDNEY PILLS
The clerk Guaranteed It.
A customer came into my store
the other day and said to one cf my
clerks 'have you anything tnat will
cure diarrhoea?' and mv clerk went
any new under- and got him a bottle of Chamberlain's
EAT MOTHER'S BREAD
SAVE THE WRAPPERS-) r llicm equal to one
Kc loaf of Mother's Bread
MOTHER'S BREAD is mud- by apiH'cVt-.l Kaniiavy
inollincls and is put up in snniiai'v wrappers.
"CLEANLINESS IS OUR HOBBY"
Wrappers Eedcc-med by Grocers.
RITZHAUPT'S VIENNA BAKERY
taking with American bankers will Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
depend largely upon such relief as cdy- aml saUI to ir thls does not
p-r! ... t 11 . c eure vou. I will not charse you a cent
Pans may he able to secure through for S() he jt j (ame
i-onuon. lhir it a !i ho
Xot.vithstaniling the unsettled sit- was cured." writes J. H. perry & Co.
nation there was no further weak
ness in exchange markets todav. On
the contrary there vos a slight in
Va. Obtainable every
Many People In This Town
s a ; K E K S S X 'S. 'X. 5S z
y. WILLIAM SHEPPARD SPEER
t: .-r. . ia : s: t. s 15 a a x
never really enjoyed a meal until
we auvmed them to take a
btfore ar..l after each uiej. Sold only
ly ui 2jc a bo.x
Cray's Drug !tor.
When Al Jennings Preached
For Ranchmen in Colorado
ResommerKis Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"I never hesitate to recommend
Chamberlain's Colic. hoi era and Pi-
arrhota ileaiedy." write Sol Wil
li.' n? merchant. Jesse Tern. "I bt-li
wore of it than of any other pre-'a-n.tions
of like character. I have us-
ei it - yseif and found It gave ine
more rc-livf than anything else I huve
i-t-r tried for the same purpose.'
.. K. HT-j.
for i anii;iir. Hum.
far-kweil. Aug. IX If hap;.end
o;n in i ohjruio ruany years ago
that furtral Al Jennings prea-.-hed for
the twelve-year-old daughter of one
of rancher. but .vhen he recov-
ered his ponVtbook recently aftr
being roiled in Ixs Angeles he c
n;ost valuable article in
Unless you mav "HORltCK'S"
Situ may oi a Substitute
it. a note of the fr.neral he preached
thut day. Jennings has since fce.-inie
an eva:;ge;irt an 1 it is probable thut
::e will have manv stories ef his life
to lou.-'.i the hearts of his hearers;
r.one can he mor? p:thet!c nor have
n:o-e h'tman interest than this story
" hii'li is of the first sermon Jnnip.:s
Was Long Ago.
Pied at 1 o'cic-Lk Friday. August
i'l ;:!") at tl.e residence cf Mr. and
Mrs. X. V. -.MKlinley. CIS East Okla
William Sheperd Spct-r was born in
Williams cc.mty. Tennessee. Or-tob-
f-r i.. ).-. his wuoie life having been
ievot.'d to the ministry and lit rary
work. He had been a teacher for
inanv years having been a proiessor
' astronomy and higher mathematics
in a numoer or eo:leges.
Had at various times been an edi
tor. In li!2 was appointed l. S.
consul by President Lincoln and serv-
ed as such as Zanzibar.
Mr. Speer was a man of very fine
literary attainments and a great
student cf the ilble and possessing
a wonderful memory was an exceed
ingly interesting and in: tractive in
Ho w as the author of a nun her of
wor. one of w .iic h was "The Em-vc-
or.eilia of the New Weil" The "I-a-
cf Success.'' "The Man Who Arriv-
in ed'' and the "P.hvniiiie S:e!k-r" and
CROCHET EMBROIDERY COTTON
R. M. C. Coates San Silk
10c and 15c
FIBRE EMBROIDERY FORMS
KING'S RACKET STORE
OPEN AT NIGHT
Tfie Guthrie Tein 8 Awning Co.
113 SOUTH SECOND ST.
MANUFACTURER OF STORT AND OFFICE AWNINGS TENTS
PORCH CURTAINS PORTABLE HOUSE TENTS HARNESS AND
It was before Jt on:nc-3 bees re
r.utia and a long rider that he and many ront-ibutions to religious
':;s three brothers t. k up a claim inlaals.
. ...orado near w.iere the town of For many years he was a minister
Will Prove an Aid in Build-
ing Up That Worn
THE HOT SUN OF SUMMER CAN BE OFFSET BY USE OF THE
COOLING EFFECT OF A HEILMAN AWNING
TRY THEM. GET PRICES AND THEN GET RESULTS
THERE IS NOTHING SO SATISFYING IN HOT WEATHER
AN AWNING. tintrt A3
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1915, newspaper, August 20, 1915; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc617469/m1/2/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.