The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 93, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 9, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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the LEADER aUf HfitE 6kU. Wednesday November s i&o4:
m& FOR M ANDHsJ
TKACC fflW MAM
MelliiVs Food an infant
food without an equal except
Mother's Milk. A foou that feeds
a food that gives satisfaction a food
that has been used for many years
with best results a food that makes
the babies grow strong. Send for a
MELL1NS FOOD CO.. HOSTON MASS.
SAVED FROM TAKING HIS LIE.
Pci.temn Drac Would Be Suicide
From the Rl er.
&l. L-.'uis Mo. No. II in r
yrti'f llv'ng iif No. 1125 .lowaul
nr'ft tiled to drown taini'lf last
irjlit a the foo of .rtiley Btri'et. '."'
via' n'fcfucii ly I'airolmsn J&chr.m it
Uf ('ifl)i nlrtrt t mid a piratic wali'h
Tt.pv saw Smith walking into the
"Wa'i i FSnnnlnK after him. tluy diae
frc 1 inn 10 the shore before ho ha'l
wadM bpvond his depth.
He was lakpr. to the city hospital
Aftr ar ernmlnntion be was lield for
Ntw Developments In Applying Pic
ture Taking Machines.
Ihff appear to he no end to the
unique lines to which phoUgraphy
may bo .ipcdlod. TIe Tery latent thin
n the photographic novelty line In the
Impnrtiag of portraits and other sub-
jects on th rental surface of apple
pears and 80 forth but though the
latest I In merely c:.: ' a fr-up of
dlMlnct fioveltls that have recently
wen evolved anil which brin;: mitch
Joy to the lover of the unusual. A
fp vnarn auo when photographs on
tnttont were announced by o.terpris-
I'ls; phoictraphers the announcetT-wr
cntried with lt.no small amount of
nt "rest tn the general public and add-
ed a new. wrinkle for ihot.e who would
wear their fccait. or their balge on
tliolr outer clothing to revel In. but
now th slrl who delight to tarry a
plvrttyrnph simile of hpr beloved about
with her need not content herself with
such comparatively clumsy devtoes a
button or oroo lies as frame fcr them
If she desire she may actually have
the photopraoh made on her own de!
lento skin and thoro where iheie Is
no danger of losing It. she may retain
It aa long as sho wishes. Should
tho not enro to ntlopt this moans ot
showing liar undying afft-ctlons thwe
are other novelties oper mr consider
ationone of tho most unique Is the
another dovloe that intent perchnnc
catch her vagrant fancy Is havinn the
A Hear Old Soul
A&tiwe mid Hmppf mi W6
A PARIS AIRSHIP SAILED.
m nnj a pfi n im rikie rAV
TnV tnvn.tm Tlmmn Onlntnn Tnh-' pl'OiOgntph Oil her Stocking.
lets. All druggists refund tho money
If it fn)M to niito. F W. drove's slur.
nntur. i on . box. PBo. . phr.lofcT9i.hlc f.rlnt tnado on he
nnll. nut If thoso novottloe do not
I entirely sntlHfy her whims sho can
I extend tho list to almost unthought of
The Lebaudy Machine Made Success- en"s 'rho Photographer of the pros-
fu Maneuvers It Is Said. ent s as oblls'ng as ho Is resource-
. ! ful Ho will print tho plcluro or.
Paris N-v. 9.T)0 Lebnudy nJrshli) Klovo " 8no wl"9 l on 10r hand-
made s-jccoshIiU mnnivn rjoor K) wrelilor K b'.io likoa on cups rauocn
boh yef.fe.-lny. A propo8Ml fllglu to; vntpt: pra-Uloully anything with a
Jtontn wan postponed on account ol n iMrfnOO on vllfrli a film can ho aprond.
riht. Tho Lobuudy alruliln rscen'.ly . yliotbor llvln or dca-1 or raan.ifactur-.
Pwa.le a successful Aiht In which I t rtmttor may bo mdo to wve the
was ulcered In a figure 8 movoment "n'"0 Prpoo of her whhos and como
anl shoved that It Is cnpublc of bolus ' n"t r tlo photogrnphor's handa adorn-
irul.lcl onslly It van tho lntenllon nt od with the picture she has desired
firsf tr -end tho nlrsbii) lo contest in " pret'ntod.
St Lr-uiK. but tlu plan wns abandoned.; l'hrtonmnlU irlntlnK fn.lt how-
' ever. In something In a oIobs by Itself
Ulrs. Nancy Tignue of Lafay-
ette Ini Although in Her
106th Year Says:
"I Really Don't Feel Like
I'm a Bay Over 60 Thanks
to Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey Which Is the
Real Secret of My Great
Age Health Vigor and
Mrs. Tigue Is Blessed with All
Her Faculties and Does Ex-
quisite Fancy Work With-
out Glasses. She Is as Spry
as Many Women Half Her
With the Help of the Invigorating anil
Life-Giving Powers of Tills Won-
derful Medicine Airs. Tigue Says
fihe Expects to Live Twenty-live
Years Longer. '
MRS. NANCY T1QUB 106 ON MARCH 15.
' I will be one hundred and six yenrs old" wriUs Mrs. TIeuo " on the fifteenth of March and really I don't feel like I am a day
ixtv. tuanks to Uutlr's 1'uro Malt wbiskov. Tlend sT l iooK yountrcr ana Kroner;
nloyed health and boon ablo to cat and sleep well though I have ocen a hard worker.
over rixty thanks to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Friends say
nlovcd health and boon ablo to eat and sloen well thouch '
a pretty piece of fancy work. My sight is so good I don't even use glasses.
zrvex age neaitn vigor ana content is tho tart tbat lor i
nsi been my only medicine. H's wonderful how qulckh
grpat age health vigor and content is tho fact that for many years I havo taken regularly a ntt lo
vmik uiy jiity uiif i-ui7. hb iTuiiuuiiui iifjvt uuu-Kir tw luvivtraoiiu Ktx-lis uj
long ago hod it not bocn for my faithful old friend Duffy's.'' August 10 IDOL
look younger and stronger than 1 did 3D years ago. I have always
i nara woricer. jsven now i wan on mrseu ana am uusy on
Am still blet with oil my faculties the real secret or my
iken resularlv a little Duffy's Pure Malt "Whltkev. ond ft
It revives and keens up one's strength and spirits. I am certain Id have died
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
IS THE COMFORT AND SUPPORT OF OLD ACE
oath. the fruit with the seiidt.itn;
cH-ipoiind. for this rotfv. of course t-
4or by te operator In person nr th"'
perlshalle nature of ihe fr'lt pre
elude lhe piblllty of it over Twin
prepared for this use by the dry nlatw
faetoiles Thirty dollars a dnsen lan't
mi;rh ft r photographs on rrult for a
.-lulled man may be a week In maktep
them and tbrn where is t ehphotos1-
rapher's profit -not Ja tho recurs
The snmo Keneial proeew employ
'1 In prfpiulug fruits for phofoftt&mV
' U" prints Is tint employed In all th-
(thiT nnviM'le-i that are now In a tile
way to recehu It'ernatlcnal attvntfofi.
torkine.. tjloWti vase cupii and
I irth !u nil tr"ted In the VRrl-ttm
parts of the nivthod In precisely the
oume n-nnner. tVr HMr.tnt prints ott
Mho n itr nails r lody of a humfta
beln? It is the same also except M
tt'.o print must lie marlf as Mion n
the coatlt.'K has liecome. sufficiently
drioil to permit It Preenmttig Moo
waln wishes the photosraph of hid
:namorita of th moment prirted on
his arm. lie steps lnlo the dark room
where the photographer sour! Uses
Mr.nll lection of the arm and epedite.
the dryinit process ly means of an?
elntrlc fan. The film Is then prepsod
on the sensitized Kectlon (he nrm
llashel Into tho broad light of dny anil
swiftly withdrawn to tho gloom or the
dark room again wliero. It Is plunge 1
nto the developer then fixed and aft-
er being oulckly dried ttcder tho eiev-
trie fan np.nin tho operation Is ovor.
Tho fingernail photograph requires
tho same personal attendance in the.
daik room. SomowLat Inconvenient.
Very much so for tho time but re-
ports from Paris have it that tho idea
has gained groat popularity m cortiiin
sections or society and not only nr
the male "dandies" willing: lo ant-
Ject thonwqlves to rin nour or so Im-
tnureniQuf in n tiny dark room but thv
belles hat c takon to It with all the oa-
thuslnsm of! Par'sluu nliandon.
I All of those novelties In ihntnrm-
The slncoro and grateful tribute of Mrs. 'figue to tho Invigorating and life-prolonging jiowers of IWy's Pura Sfolt 'Whiskey I nnv i.n(i fi10ir orluin in Tn- turn nrtt
attentions of old age. Mrs. Title's memory lsjicrfect and her eyes sparkle wUhinUTostnsEhoquaiutly recalls events Hint liavo gf.ne
down into history of tho jiost hundred years. Inxtcad of jiining as many women liolf her age sho is firm In tho belief that with the
connoruug acn strengtiieniiig nwieinuce ol uauy'sruro juait n iiieney sue will nvo nnotuer quarter 01 a century.
A Gr.od Complexion.
' Spnriiling eyi-s and roy cheeks re-
sit '"! bv usinic Ui'Wltt's Little Early
JllBC-rb." "io writot. 8. P Moore of Sue
figlothfs Tex. A rortaln cure for bll-loun-'s
cunstlr ntlon etc Small pill
a v to take eaty to act. Sold by
J N Wallace
F Meyett ha opened up n new
mtat mnrket at 222 South Second St.
where he xvl'l be pleafnl to receive
your rrt irr. fioth phones 3S0.
ROBBEU BY TWO HIGHWAYMEN
East Sldcr Held Vp White Out for a
though It Is of lhe trauio idon from
which nil the otl'sr liQvelUPS iiavej
sprung and If suscoptlblo of being
put to many novo! uses. Already It
If you wish to kecD vounr.. oetivo nnd vifrurous. and havo on vour chocks tho roses of health and retain full nofsesslon of vnur
mental powers you must toko Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey regularly ns directed and avoid drugs of all kinds. It nourishes tho vitality
no matter how weak or feeble it may have become; feeds and enriches tho blood and stimulates tho circulation giving health and.
power to body brain ncrvo nnd niusclo.
Tho absolute purity of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is attested by tho fact thot thousands of iloctors and hospital uso It exclusively
nuu uuib ik mo um j wiusKuy rocognizuu oy ino uovernmetit as a meuicino
CAUTION.-Wlicn you ik for Duffy's JPuro Mlt Whltkty I
when in eled bottle only never In flask or bulk. Ukok far til
Medical booklet with testimonials and doe tor's advice free Duffy Malt Whiskey Company Rochester N. Y.
It contains no fuse! oil
CAUTION. When you ask for Duffy's Puro Malt Whltkty b dure you Bet the cennlne. Sold by rctUble druztlsU and urocera every-
in (ealed bottle OnlV. never In Untie or bulk. llwlc 111 ll. l...l..mrlr lha ' OIJ Chtmllf." nn fh l.lu.1 .ml .. sure lhe ual
rer tho cork I not broken $1.00 a bottle.
ha beo.jme quite a feature ot tho ly the adaptation of photography to quently involved in securlna satU-'bot be long In niullhft the reason for
banquet boards In London and nt a nw mut rials. It is simply a matter factory results hat renders tho mar- this. llu"-e exists no means by wftlch
re ent mansion house affair the souve- 0f tensituing th surface ot rhe ob- Vet value of tlw flnlsned produot so tho plate or film may bs held firmly
nlk ftiahriB ft 1a ttawmJk hjdl &sa 11 .1A1M ? I ... .t- m .. - k a.k 1 ... .
in its proper placo. Und the most m- prominent uuve street pnotograpner
nir was a irw rco nppes m eacii tect on which It Is desireo to nrint lilah. A woi known lorai nboift.m.
plate adorned 'vith n photograph -f and then maWnx the print with iho pher ssys that he would probably
Kins: Edward. At a Uirlff leapue din- aid of a film and In the usual manner. ni.Ute a. rinnle print or this kind for a-.
ner In .Manchester it wns the features save of course that a frame can net snail a .Mini a $5 ard a dozen fro.n
of Joseph Chamberlain which were'u XMhi ftj tie fllm mst j he)(1 i he san.o negatie for perhaps $30 bu
stamiied on tho apples and the unique. J ugi.tiy Rroind the object during ex- that thi re was a strong probability h
ntsH of the souvenir to Impressed the posure with the hand. Sensitizing would lose money on it at that Tho
Kuebts that It was proposed to flooljwith a silver solution is the esfiest to amateur who tries making them v. I
England with similar souvenirs bu. eflect hut the oramaiy plate ii)m rec--r'" 1 ""
when the eouimlttce In charge of tho iue m. re resc'ilv obtained nnd tn
I f.asnrlal ond of the nffalr allowexl It beiuililting accompllshec with this
I In ftnlntlv nArmftntn tnrlU (lint ftif. onit .s. ... ...1 l f. ... . i 1 . .. I
of such reieut fhllo that ttiey havn
only reccjitly legun to make their ap-
pearance In this country. Sitigulnrly
'enough only tho fingor nail photo-
graphs have been tnken ip by Now
York photographers but In Sf. Louis
photographs aro being mndo on stock
ings gloves vases and on fruit anrf
have been for sevornl month". An
nctrcts pow appearing nt one of the
Joenl tlteftlflrs in an extra vaganza was
' tllo first American woman so far ns Is
khown fo have a photographic print
made directly on her nrm nnd to a
(lnitesmal slip ot the f)ni:r& during
ixposnro will result In a spoiled print ;
hence It Is powrible that a dozen
prints n.ay he made before ore thit
is satisfactory is secured. Then.
again these is the largo amount of the actress "mamma."
tlno expended In tho careful work ol ! Globe Democrat.
belones the distinction of having suc-
cessfully accomplished It for her. Oh.
no th p'nt Is not one of a male nil -mlrer
bin. of a pretty curly hatred
little girl who in private life cnl's
6t. I ouij Mo. Nov. . Wllliflm L 1 'lujotly pormonte forth thnt tho cost comr.owd if it la so desired.
JitrbiiSii of No 000 Colllnsvlllo nva.f BCll fil'Jilo wat exocily I2.RC when r method ono thnt has boea doptod M
nw.fml at. Louis reporteu to uio inuuiinurti iiy ine t5rvS 9vn uw nivs- py n we itnpwii jpvnl Vt0r'inior
police last night i hat ho had bon held cntiiustastiti began to recollect UinlMs to rehiOro the fllm from n raadv
up and ro'dii-d of $01 about 8 o'clock winter was approaching and ihe ma- prolWred plato nnd attach IhU to the1
kin eji nlioy near Ninth and walijii'
I X l H V
I M '
"Etreelit ij two unidentified lnOn.
He ii.et tho mon In a saloon he
raid nnd went with tlltlm fdr A wnlk.
Vhm they reached the a)ey the men
lie declines. drUtgod him in and nttor
bmttr:g bin todk his money.
Paul Hi tney of No 4200 Cook ave-
nu r purt-d thai he was held up at
thr p tut of a revolver nnd relieved it
$2 -y tr oung men while he was
wahtnc ii ar th- comer of Cook nve-
jiii -"k.i "'hittler ."treet.
IWttmllleB hna trendy made many la- surface of tho fruit. By any of those
about tho "Hoonnosfi' of th. methods the anine results will bo sc-'
coa 6Ujlpl). This M ono of the draw-(cii!od. and Jt Is a question therofrro'1."
tack3 of the Imoingrapnic fruit scnomo moreiy ot taste convcuiency or ox.f
nom tho nnnular nolnl of view it U. noiJIency a3 to which is utilizcdi 1 I
" --- - - ' - 'I--- W - - -
Just a Httlo too costly to preson'o the
plumpncifs ot tho family purse it It be
Tho pro 'ess by which photographic
prints ore made on fn.lt is simple.
and the surprise about It ts thai it wtw !
not thought uf before. It Involves the
Tho onslttzing of 'the fmft ?nust.
of cenwe tlle.'cOn'o in an A?olutely !
da'k room. No ray of llpht of any
kind should be permitted to enter at
nny btnue ot lb proeew when the
iluld Is being mixed as well ae when
the nnatlnsr ii bolnc accomnlluhml. anil
use of no new principles and is mere-1 aftH tlw atnl mg btfn
lti4ii3TBHsFrWHSlTlw siibsssssssbjssw sun
sKssssssHk?. MA I J
-jSjjygjrv j Sy
m &gi And tho
nothing the mat
ter vith your glasses. The
trouble is with you j you yourself. Your head
is congested you are dizzy you cannot see
clearly and you are all out of sorts.
Wake up your sleepy liver ! Get rid of a lot
of bile. Take one of Ayer's Pills each night
for a few nights. These pjlls are liver pills all
vegetable sugar-coated. They act directly on the
liver curing biliousness constipatiqn dizziness.
Vd bjr lb J. O. Aj.r Co. Low.U. MM.
AUs iaaofo4urr of
.i TEH'S HAIR V1G0R-Kr tks hair.
AVBU'S 6UB8AFAKlIXA-For tbe blooj.
ATBR-B CHBtlRT PECTORAL-For eooehl.
""'treated whh the solution it inast bo
wrapped in light proor pajier. plseed
in n light proof box and as carefully
'i'H rr a- an unexposed piste unti'
BBCh time as the print Is made on it.
. ti uk.'!'"l of making tho photo
graphs for the imprint on the fruit Is
io replli loraph r picture previiuislv
piepsred. csre being t;en to hse i
exactly the sine desired oa the apple
or pearh or whatever it is rtetired t.
be employed fur the purpose. A fllm
is the Ut tiling to use for the ren-
son tlmt it osii be bent around th
fruit and therefore held more firmly
put it is entirely peswiue to use u
plate thomih 11 is apparent that the
chnnceh for u iiccetvlul pvmt are
much re luce 1 uudor euch circum-
stances unlsM the work Is In skillfu.
and stosdy liund. As U the exposure
for tbe print llieto Is no need lo write
nor en the method of dovelpttlng. The
fruit is 8l.ni.lv given the necessary
exposure with the nliu held t-gUtly ov-
er its surfHce and in developing the
plctuie the entire pieee af fruit is
i)ungHl into the developing Auld.
Tlie exixo of msklng photogrsphie
j.Tints m fruit U or ooures very
small insofar as cat-h outlay is oou
csmoA. It Utns nothing bat the ex-
penditure uf a few dimes for the va
rkis necessary oompoundfi and the
truK but U is the watte of time fre-
The various styles and weaves of
clothes we are showing this fall are
all new and strictly up to date. Our
suits overcoats) hats and fufnlsh-ins-s
are from the best factories in
the country. they reed no introduc-
tion to our many .customers. Our
garments keep their shape until you
wear them out This fall we are
selling suits mnd overcoats from &5.Q0
to $2000 that no other store in town
will give you as good values for the
YOUR CHOICE W MANHATTAN SHIRT
Soft or.v (ft nn
Stiff; 'Bospm ilvUu
LEVY'S BEE-HIVE CLOTHING HOUSE.
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