The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 62, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 28, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE UEAKR UTHftlRt OKLAHOMA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28 1S03.
PACE THRf G
The members of tho Sbnkospoaro
I Pltib wero delightfully entertained nt
the home of Mr. Stevens on East
Oklahoma avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Tho study of tho life of King Lear wu
IS continued and next Tuesday's meet
. Ing to he held at the home will be It
t'nder the caption of "A Strenu-
ous Oklahoma Belle" the St. Lout
Globe-Democrat of Tv radon mints
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m 80CIAL NOTES.
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The ladles of the Maccabees of the The worst Starvation
World entertained at a dance given In Oxygen hunger.
tho new auditorium last Monday v- J is a disease when your K'neral rorlew of the life f this ltv
enlng at which a targe number of Wo0(i Js deficient in red C01 en--n uWwl'
their friends were present anil enjoy- nt.pieq
ed the hospitality. This was the sec-." T. . ..
ond dance and reception given by the !t ?ndf m Consumption and
memhors nf the Inriiro thin winter and I UCJltll.
the ovonlng's entertainment fittingly Its SlgUS are weakness 10SS a excellent likened Silas Hedwtg
closed tho day's exercises in commem- of flesh pale skill transparent I flnuln' of tlls T e.ompnnietl by
oration of Washington's birthday. I complexion 10SS Of ambition " B lu--owlnB su-eicn:
Tho decorations were carnation ntlfi .. tn Pifrli r-nlrl I MlM IIetfwS Braun. a leader In the
ZLt . . '-'' ronuirer iwiolntr mat Iti riilH imi
The only cure is 'bwm vMUtlK lrends ln st lj0ni heP
former home. She Is athletic in her
I tastes and during last season at Col-
'orado Springs she broke the woman's
record by two hours In climbing Pike's
. j. . - . I peak. The wntors of the Cimarron
. ic is a mcaiciuai erauisiou river which flows near Outhrle are
the of Cod liver oil containing 'salt from running through great so-
.principles which vitalize and'lne beds In the northwestern part
Messrs and Mesdnmes W. B. Herod. ' oxygenate the blood and there- of UllB territory. That fact incites the
J H. Cotteral. J. C. Foster P. H. by gives fresh life and energy I rron Verr 1)0I"1ar wUh bathers
Greer. J. H. Stumpff. W. B. Crsland. ' tjlc tJssues atM 0VerJ' owning during Uie warm
Otto Zimmerman W. L. Cunningham. . . ' i.cJ months there are large crowds along
L. J. Bojahl. G. W. Sondelback. Corb . OzOintllsiOU lSthe good food !tR 1)ank8. Ml88 BralI1 10(lg ue
M Sarchot Frederick Mills Ross. "Je easy tood the limversal onl for diving from tho Santa Fe rail-
Frank Laux. P. C Dolontor. C. C. food for all who are Sick or in J road bridge at a height of 40 foot
Alexander. Will Whooler. Mrs. Jose- need of strength. To be had.above water plunging safely Into tho
phlno Tldball Mrs. II. W. Black Mrs. 'nt nil rlrup-o-ists. Trv it. river benenth a feat she has no-
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In oPUer that vou may test the merits
oi uzomuision senu you name anu mil
THE OZOMULSION CO.
De Peystw Street - New York
effectively arranged nnd prettily
strewn around tho room adding great-
ly to the beauty of the occasion. The
dancing bogan promptly ni nine-thirty
o'clock and continued until early
morning. The Aeolian Mandolin club
again furnished the music for Uie
Among those dancing during
A. B. Hughos Mrs. Peebles.
Misses Lena Huntor Ithlnehar.
Reeder Sula Loavltt Hutohlnsoi
Overbay Mary McQlnloy Anna Bo-
donholmor Kato Sherman. Kauffrcnn
Mabel LbPch Myrtlo Black. Norma
Newton. Cora HInchllff Kthol Todd
Marguerite Burn Laura Brewer Bait's
liM A - f f M-ttlrf Y"i1tfV . m! at a a1 I
xuu .. D.. .... Q Burke rjrowne Cornelison. It V.
Stumpff. I. Levy J. C.
'compllshed Innumerable times.
A "stag" party was held at tho
home of Sheriff Carpenter Monday
evening at which nuout thirty of hlB
mentionintr this naner. and n larce sample gentlemen Montis were nresauL
free bottle will at once be sent youbyBUMta W6n entertained at whist and
Osborne Nora Whooler Jessie Samp
sell. Jossica Alsp'avtgh.
Messrs Loyd Sampsell. John Mc-
Neal Pr Htrschl Walter Knelsley.
Frank Lyon. Enoch Bamforr:. Wl!l
Wells. Blover J. H.. Tucker W B.
Swinford. Willard Lindwnll. Honr
Lindwall Goro Hagar. Cinnamon
Ramsay J. H
Foster W. M. Spurlock. J. B. Ball
J. R Campbell E. A. Douglns C. W.
Ramho A. H. HouBton F. H. Greer1
J. J. Houston L. Muxlow C. E. Bill-'
Ingsley. W. L. Cunningham. J. De-I
L I Bols Dr. J. W. Duke F. B. Lucas K.
IS. ... .. r r .
L Hahti Chandler; McKennon Will
Patterson Henry Thompson Cms.
Van Duyn Dr. Baldauf Elmo McGIn-
ley J. M. McConnell Representative
Braldwood B Kauffraan E T. Shlnn
H W. PontecosL
Tho out of town guests wore Mrs.
Kathcrlno Fcnney of Oklahoma City
Miss Tandy of Woodward Miss Rath-
erlno Harrel of Oklahoma City J. V.
Bennett of Seattle Wash. Ira Pierce
or Wichita Kas.
One of tho most pleasing events of
the week was tho old fashioned dance
given at the now ivudltorlum Tuesday
eenlug Mrs. J. C. Fostor nctwl as
hostosb in hor usual ontertatning
mannor and those attending thorough-
ly enjoyed tho hours of oanclng. No
attempt was made at decorating as
was characteristic of old time dances
and those who attended wore their
usual street costumes. Vhe 'music
was furnlshod by a well solted corps
of "fiddlers" and with Lon Muxlow as
caller and J. H. Havlghorst floor man-
agor the dancers wore kopt busy keep-
ing time with tho old time strains.
During tho ovenlng light refresh-
ments and punch wero served. Among
those dancing the "Virginia Reel"
"Dan Tucker" and tho remaining
twenty-two dancers wero:
Messrs and Mosdames C. M. Barnex
H. B. Asp Frederick Mills Ross J4
II. Havlghorst. W. B. Crossland. W.
Of Apprehension of
"Twenty Years of
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure cures heart disease.
It has positively no equal in that regard.
Q. Mllllkan C. H. Fllson C. C. Alex
ander. Corb Sarchot C. H. Havlg-
Mlssep Alspaugh NIblack Roynolds
Brewor Grlssoll Brooks Osborne
Sampsell Wheeler BadonheliuQr
Hutchinson Mabel Loach Kauffman
Kato Sherman. Todd Kathorlno Har-
roll of Oklahoma City; Noll Kimball.
Messrs. J. McConnell Representa-
tive Braldwood Gore Hagar. H. H.
Hasan W. Wells W. Patterson G. H.
Willis Zach Mulhall Roprosontatlvi
Edgar Jones L. D. Bolton S. Grlssoll
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. B. S Mc-
Gulre Treasurer and Mrs. C. W. R.m
bo entertained a few friends at a six
o'clock dlnnor at their home on North
Broad streot Monday evonlng. The
evening was very anjoyably spent
tho home being appropriately decorat-
ed for the occasion. The table decor-
ations consisted of carnations artist-
ically arranged presenting a scene of
beauty and richness as is always
characteristic of the dinners given nt
the Ramho homo.' Tho dlnnor was an
elaborate ono and served In several
courses tho following belug tho raeiu.
Croam Peas Potatoes
Asparagus on Tpast
Shrimp Salad with Mayonalsse
Ice Cream Fruit D&ssort
Salted Almonds Candy Wafors
Tho guosts of the evening included
Governor and Mrs. T. B. Ferguson.
Chief Justice and Mrs J. C. Burford
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. MoGuire Attorney
General and Mrs. J. C. Robberts ex
Governor and Mrs. C. M. Barnes.
The members of the Excelsior club
were delightfully entertained at the
j home of Mrs. M C Halt on east Har
rison avenue aionaav aiternoon.
WaghingtQn's birthday was appropri-
ately catabrated. the program rend-
ered and Uia colonial costumes worn
by the ladle recalling the life of the
the evening was vary enjoyably spont.
Light refreshments were served.
On account of the Inclemency of the !
weather there was no meeting of the
C. H. C S. which was to have been
held at the home of Mrs. F II. Byers
last Thursday afternoon. The men-
hers will meet nt Mrs livers n?xt
Thursday and the following is the pro-
Responses to roll call quotations
Lesson in "The Chautauquan" "Sax-
on and Slav" from "Furthor attomprs
to expol tho Turk from Europo" to
end of tho nrtlclo led by Mrs. Boyor.
Required book" "A Survey of Rus-
sian Literature chapters V nnd VI.
lod by Mrs. Dodd.
Tho Ettido club was ploasantly on-
tertalnod at tho homo of Mtss Good-
rich Friday afternoon tho following
bolag tho program:
Roll call Rosponses names of Pal
Rending of minutes.
Lesson Fillmore's history lesson
IV. conductod by Mrs. Allen.
Vocal duet "Life's Droam is O'er."
.scher Arr.. by M. E. Wright. Mes-
daruee Wright nnd White
Piano Solo Solootod Mrs. Askew.
Vocal Solo "Alone Yot not Alone"
Do You Enjoy
What You Eat?
-When you take Kbdol
everything you eat tastes
Disco to what you cat
The Stomach Sweet.
If you don't your food does not do you much
good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ts tho remedy that
every ono should take vhen there Is any thing
wrong with tho stomach. There Is no way to
maintain tho health and strength of mind and
body except by nourishment. There Is no way
to nourish except through the stomach. Tho
stomach mutt bo kept healthy pure and sweet
or the strength will let down and disease will
No appetite loss of strength nervousness head-
ache constipation bad breath sour risings Indi-
gestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are
quickly cured by the use of Kodol. Kodol repre-
sents the natural juices of digestion combined
with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive
properties. It dearies purifies and sweetens the
stomach. When you take Kodol everything you
eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment
that It contains Is assimilated and appropriated
by the blood and tissues. Kodol gives health to
the sick and strength to the weak.
"Why don't you Uko
Kodol? I vu troubled with
dyspepsia for 18 or 20
years and had gotten so
bad that I had to ba very
careful what I ato t had
pains at night so that I
eould not sleep and pains
In tho stomaah before and
after eating. My druggist
asked ma to try Kodol
whloh I did. I used some
3 or 4 bottles. It has now
been two years since. I used
Kodol and I1 have had no
stomach trouble since. By
all means you should get a
bottlo at once."
E. D. Smith. Murray Neb.
Bottles tnly. Ref ultr Slit II. 00 hoMInf 2tt limes a much Iht trial lire which sells l.r 54 cenlt.
Prepared only by E. C. DeWITT A CO. Chicago V. B. A.
TCs Formula teSSs the story :
Not a patent medicfao : a thin spirituous liquid of a pleasant bitter taste made of
Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BAREC Fluid Extract SARSAPARJLLA
It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics DonVt Cure.
T5b Best General Tonic. No Cure No F
Tho National Biscuit company for thf
protection of biscuit and crackers
j against dust moisture odor and
Jn deciding against The Union bis-
cuit company. Judgr Adams says:
"The proof nhundantly shows thnt
prior to the invention of the patanr. i
"The whole testimony in my opinion
cleat ly shown that the box of the pat-
ent materially facilitates the distri-
bution of inexpensive food product
to the consumer and at Uie si'.uo
time lessens the lost and en'iances
the Intrinsic value of such products."
Judge Adams full decision against
"DaniO Hongroise" tho old paper cartons or boxen ware the Infringement not only shows tho
Mosdames HUI and inadequate to tho demands of the -ur- great Importance of the (n-er-seal
vlco roaulred of them; thnt their in- package but Is so broad and conclus-
tents deteriorated rapidly In si'l.- ire as to prevent any furthor knfrlugo-
stnnce and flavor; that they wera u mwu or use In violation of the rights
Jectcd to the baneful effects of '! of the National Ulscult company.
The Circuit Court of the United States air molsturo and dust. Slnco tho In-1 -
Decides In Favor of- the j traduction of tho box of tho patent p.
A decision far reaching ln lu effect
and of interest to all lowers of puro
food has just been handed down by
Judgo Adams In the circuit court of
tho United States.
Tho suit In question was brought
against Tho Union Biscuit company
for Infringement on the In-er-seal
.. - .n pvxlimlvelv bv
. radical chnngo has taken place. This
A Life at Stake.
If you hut know tho splendid merit
box has boon found equal to tho ell of Foley's lionoy and Tar you would
nover be without it. A doso or two
will prevent nn nttaclt of pneumonia
matlc and other local conditions (n all
parts of tho country from New Or-
loans to Now York from Florida to or In giippo. It rnay save your Hfo.
Minnesota and from California to J. N. Wallace.
Massachusetts. Tho uniform toatl-'
mony from all thoso regions Is to tho Everybody has Homeihlng that he
effect that the contents of the box aro Is trying to keep Bomobody else from
preserved in their original freshness getting while ho Is trying to get whr
nnd flavor. somebody else In trying to keep
oll otli'U flllO llillt II 1 1
wan niwin at tin head cf hi lu t n
school Is now ki-iinr n aer of bixka
for tho fellow who was a'waa a 'l'"
o -a a a -O Xt X uBL .
Bmi th y Tha Kind Yw Una Mays Bujf
First Manager "What wus it tint
broke up your show?" Second Man
ogar "Oh the premiere donneus.-. gut
a cold ln hor head and the prima t --
nn got cold foot."
The prevention of consumption 3
ontlroly n question of commencing he
proper treatment in time. Nothing ti
go woll adapted to ward off fatal luns
troubles as Foley's Honey and Tar
J. N. Wallace
A girl who can fill up her boot
op- Just by sticking In her feot set
dom minds rulny weather
int? sdcIU vanish alter a short course oftreat
merit; the pulte beats become strong and
recular the circulation ts improved so mat
the veins are charced with healthy pare great American.
Htecivine blood carrying strength and Tho program is as follows
health to every nerve and muscle and re- l .
placing the dead tissue with solid flesh. .Georgo Washington as a Father
"l'or eighteen years I suBered trow heart Mrs. Dosanson.
National Monmonth Mrs M R Ar-
Any Woman MjiyBeCur
First Vice-President of the Historical
Cliih9544 Garfield Ave. hicagoIL$ay&
Chicago. Itx.. Mi (iarfleld Avenue. Octolw. 0. K02
After dDC-inj for eleven months and taking forty-three Lotties of mwiicine and finding no relief for leucurrh
trouble. I'lie least excitement caused se
vere Muttering and pal
smothering spells woul
to sit ud in tied for hi
-quent physical pains I was constantly in an
resulting from irritatidn of a fallen womb I took ine of Cardui and fourteen bottles cured me. This seem strantfp I'
4 . il.A a w tifA iwnilk "1 ft wn m-F t ' dlftt 1 rl irwl kw nbh 41. 4I... T 1.... AtI S -l l.AI-.. l. & 1 a 4V m.a -a-1 ..v l.
su uaviasr uauru ini"it"" " n
t is the simple trntli. Wine of Cardui helped me from the time I began taking it sod haviutr beard itnrnixl so
. -. j. i. .. l i -?.i :. ri . t.i .i . :a. -- i i i i f " -
y iritnun witu iiau iritntii i ten saiisaeu iuui it wouiu neio me. nnu It
did. It cured uie. Tookevery.hitofaclieiainandlieadacheorniniwand
agony ot apprehension lest it might bring
about my sudden end. I began taking Dr.
ydes' Heart Cure and cxperunced almost
i (mediate relief from my former disagree-
able symptoms. I believe that my cure is
permanent because I have not had occasion
to cse the Heart Cure for six or seven years
which time has elapsed since I quit taking
the Heart Cure. As a household remedy I
keep Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills in the house
ail the time. I consider the Dr. Miles Rem-
edies fully as good ax they are recommended
to be anil I trust that vou mav live manvj
years for the sake oi humanity." R. Ti ontertalnod the members of the Cam-1
HEWITT CheballS Wash. ) hrirfpe cllih Monrt.iv nftomnnn Tlin
Tho mombers of the Acorn olubj
failed to moot at the home of r.irs.
F. K. Brooke last Thursday thus
causing an adjournment until next '
weak. Tho meeting will he hold a: '
the Drooke's home Thursday.
- .. !
Mies Helen Green very pleasant 'y
UrautrinK down sensotions away till 1 telt young strong ami linnpv onoe
more. It is a wonderful medicineandntmefriendtowomeii. When! look b&ck on the
months of torture I had it seems like a hideous nightmare. Wine of Cardui will cure
any woman I believe. I have more faith in it than all other medicines combined.
Who would go on suffering female troubles af ter reading the earnest statement of this tipnainent w
icei.? Have you the irritation of a fallen or misplaced uterus? Doyouhavoperiodicalbeauaehesir
in the abdomen? Have you"heoring down pains"? Do youfeel as if you were never ''yna8ttog atwl liaupr"'?
now can you reiuse rinei wmm you Know ineae trouuies are torturing you are growing weree i)
sician after n local examination ho will probably tell you an operation is necessary. Mm. Kingsley
woman? Are you mdfetuitf from
you nave periodical neauaeHesr uoy
ilow can you refuse relief when you know these troubles are torturing you are growing weree uay after day? If tu go to
io win prooauiy ten you an operation is noccssary. wrs. Jimuwey tooK v uie ut CA'da a
And this is what you may do
was i ured without an oneration.
thousands of women miserable
ferine women well and stroni
Advisory Ieri.rtment. Tin
once Do that and the health Mrs. JUngsley wnt.
about ill soon be voura. If you think special ii
recti'.'ns are needed in your ase adilress living
Chattanooga Medicine Co. Cha.canooga Tcnn
Shooting pains irregularity inflammation and bearing down pains nun
lioving unvtlmitry Wine ot t orilultias
We i k you to go to your druggnt today andw uri-ajl 'njlKittlfof Win
Why drag througn life never enjoying anything? Wine
ardui has made ovnr 1 .'o0K)0 weak and af
f iiT'l'ii and l-'-gin to tk'f a
All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle
Dr. Milesr Remedies. Send for free book
on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart lad.
lesson on English history was oontln-:
uod. Next week's meeting vrlli be held i
at tho home of Mrs F S LawTence '
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