The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 130, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 13, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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HOW o TO CDRE RHEUMATISM
1 ae-arche Mio whole nrtti far a fe-
Clfla for KlNtrunwUMW raelhtnK that t
or y pJkjmlelan oe1d feel safe in pre-Hbmr-meiln
thai' wo could count
ton not wily oeafenally but with rea-
sonable rtlnty. Par tho ravages of
Jheumsttiem. aro everywhere and genu-
Int relief m rare.
Arter twenty year of March ana ex-
pertnuWit. I lwntnl ot th Gernum Ohem.
Ir-nl 1 mm emtVSav. Anil I knew then
that rtty search nnd my efforts were well
ttswavdefl. Ftor this chemical. In oombt
nation with others Save me the basis of
ft. remedy "Which In the otfre of Ilheu-
mutlimt l practically certain. In many
many tests and dtffleult eases this pro
scription h9 wuu regularity JitWed the
confidence 1 had In It
I don't mean that r. Snoop's tthnu-
matlo TnbleiB ear turn beny Joints Into
htsh agntn and never mil that la Irrtpo-
Slble. Hut they will with rrtMtialite cer-
tainty drive from the blood vho poison
that ooUses pain nnd wolUVtf. and then
tltfit Is tho end of the pnlnvnrtdi .tttiK
tho end of tho Buffering the 'hd of
Any nioumtttloBUfCtrcr who wrltosmn?
receive my little book on ltheumattsm
Including professional ndviee as to diet.
c. frcA "With tho book 1 also send
without rhorge. mv "Ilenlth Token." nn
Intended pn'TOrt to KMd haJlth. Ad-
dress Vr Shonp Tjox 1742 Itncine Wis.
KBlfl tAses ore sometimes reached by n slne pae'eago- fur sale by 40000
Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Tablets
m mWJ- m
fc T'A XUotr
jl si ww tscy
a Nelle Catherine Dunyan. $ O
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City Federstlon Elects Officers.
At tho Caruecle libnirr club rooms
Saturday afternoon the City Federation
of t'omen'e dube held the annual elec-
tion of officers.
It waa one of those "sugary" affairs.
Brorybody refused to accept office arid
honors for herself nnd was determined
to thrust them upon her friend. It
waj A caeJ)f "you first Alnhonse" and
"After you OMton."
Mrs. Frank Dalo presided and from
spider hnnslnir on the klng'u Tvnll but
hath Its orrand; there Is -not a -nettle
that KTowelh In tho oSrner of Iho
churchyard but hath Its xhrposc; there
Is not a slncla Ineect that fluttering In
tho breeze but nccompllshcth eqmo di-
vine decree: nnd I will never havo It
that God created any man especially
any Christian man to Txj a blank and
to 1x5 a nothing.
This la a busy aire .and we have tti&r.
demands upon our time but If wo could
the first r&p of tho srrvvcl the mcatlnc In this club work of our j-eallio that
was clven over entirely to business.
Mrs. Dalo has served three terms ns
president and tho members present
seemed determined to Induco Jicr to ac-
cept the executive chair for another
year Mrs. Dale graciously inarmed
It Is ImporlDnt and add our nilta of help
wo would I think consider tho result
worth the effort.
I wish to thank the oHlcem and good
workers who h'ivo clven me uoh able
support during ho pnst year nnd hope
tho ladles ror the proffered honor nnd our federation may Jnorcat o In useful-
emulating tho example of the jrroat J ncsa nnd helpfulness to our inenibcrJ.
Caeiar. "thrleo refused tho crown." our homes out tfawn And to humanity
Twlco; by ballot and onco by a stnndlns generally.
vote Mrs pale was unnnimously voted
president. Such slnctro love und ad-
miration for a olub ollleer Is seldom
shown as was evinced for Mrs. Dale at
the meeting Saturday.
Mrs W. A. Frusler wsn then unani-
mously fleeted praeWont when It was
clearly understood that Jfr. Dalo would
not accept tho ofllco for the fourth
tni. Xdnubtedly the clob women
made n wbio nnd Judicious selection of
nn -xecutUo oltlclal whon they seltotod
Jta Frafler. Sho Is nn active mem-
ber of several literary clubs of the olty
and. hn worked untiringly nnd onthu-
rtJurilmlly ror tho orennlxallon of A hu-
m.uio society In tho capital city and her
efforts liav been rownrded wlti- tc con-
q slderable degree of success ns tho so-
ciety Is now fully organized and dolnx
much comraendabla work
Mrs. Horace Speed was re-elected
Vice president and Miss Alma Carson
was elected tecordlnr eecretar. Mlss
"" Helen Green won elected corrcspondlnff
scrtary! and Mrs. William Win coo
Ms. Dals annual address delivered
fjaturday nftcmoon at the club meeting
In making a survey tif tho woric of
tho federation for the year 1905 wo find
that It has been a successful year.
"W liave reason to feel proud of tho
results accomplished In most of tho de-
partment nnd In thoo not bo satls-
factory conditions havo ben such ns to
' inako H exceedingly dlflloult and in
' some coses Impossible to accomplish
I what we would Ile to.
Althought late In starting tho flower
eommliico is to bo commended for Its
I (rood work during1 the post year nnd
with the advantage Of early organiza-
tion which It now has wo may reason-
ably hope for hotter results this year.
. It I a work which presents great pos-
sibilities. It provide healthful occupa-
tion for the children creates n love for
tho beautiful mill furnishes a 'moral up-
lift which extends not only tc lHv chil-
dren b-tt mnpy a parent who has fulled
to recognlzo beauty in tho blade of
i ttKS and in the buttercup. This work
i IsbeTmf. parried out In many cltlaM and
' smaller towns throughout the entire
' country with tho jiult that many u.
back yard and" ullcy na well nit front
yard" Is made to blossom like the rose.
Qf tho new departments oreatea dur-
ing the pat year the commUtco to or-
Kanae a humane eooisty nnd tlie hos-
pital cotripiltteo deserve speetal eom-
nqtlrtiUlon fr tho excellent work ac-
o:npl(licd. file need of a humane so-
jitety Jia been ?U by score or our
J townspeople for y'NI ajid It reflects
i grooi crtidlt upon the Ud'-en ta have
finally effected sueU an Qrguuttoii
; The rtport of the l-wpltal committee
speakH fur Itseir.
i In intending honorary mwnbewtilp to
tv bfnevrti)nt isoeis.tkm w fret tlwt
We fc.ie ctn'd a most worthy luldlilun
to mi r.ink and hope that Mm benefit
if Mi. 0.1 U rimy Ixj mutual.
It ts .ilreafli iliut for the committees
'.i I-ohig plitus for the new mr and
i-1 us en try to do more in 1W than
we d d in llui I wteh it were pusble
i impress upon e'teh mettr of ihu
f(fTtlou the impoitance of the ors.n-
izulon Tljflit innir do not rout's lt
Impur Alice is evident by the muiiy who
nr r-iuPlcuu for Wlr i Useoee fj imi
J ft mneUngg True these meetings ur
not society (tffaUs but they are of fur
' penent ii mere 'social iunc-
i-nd iv can but pity the member
not And sultliletil Urt In
Mm. Ike Underwood Is aulte III.
Miss Jennet te Iteadles is
qi.ilo ill wits ocntlat fevor.
MiM Ivathorluo DaUIn la spending a
couple of weeks with i-el&tlvM n ICnlil.
Jim. Ike Underwood who baa been
111 for sovornl day Is eemewlmt Im-
MIb Holon McCOi who left Mciday
morning for Oxford Ohlo pent Bun-
day nt Oklahoma City fhe. guet of
Mrs. Osoor Hnlicll.
Tho Toadies floelal olrole of the Ii-
byteriun ohuroh njtcU "Wediioisday nf-
tarnoon nt 3 o'cltful: with Mrs. II.' O.
i'cott at tho Mn.
The I-nmo9 flfw il circle of the First
Prostwterliui cbnreh Is meeiJnK ths af-
ternoon ay'"1 irs- Ifnrry Omar Scott
on lSnst Clevoland avenue
Judgo and Mrs. W. B. Herod left on
tho afternoon train Tueeday for Chnnd-
tor. Tho judgo hua a case In oourt
there to be argued this uftonioon.
Mrs. James O. Cooper and daughter
have rolunied from Chandler where
they attended tho marrtugo of Miss Vi-
ola Cooper to Mr. Frank Q. I'routy.
Tho little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Omar Miller who Has been ouito HI
with pnepmon'a shioo New Venr day.
mw reported considerably Improved this
On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Iforaeo fipeed Invited Obvqrnhr and Mrs.
Ferguson to ho mi outs at a beautifully
appeln'ed six o'cloele dinner' The qv
onlng was pont infornlnl!r
Ml-s Voarlo Dunham catho up from
Oklahoma Olty Tliundqy hiomlng o
be her until Saturday artarneon look-
ing after tho IntereetH of hor clsneosln
fxpreaekm and physleul cuHtll1.
Mis J AV MeNoul Is pUumlns to give
a large reception next week during th-
Majonle reunion. A number of other
ladle aro also planning to give pretty
receptions und ut homes during tho re-
union the dates of which w'll lr an-
: . Ml ( '
A feature of v'ta strviees ai Tilnlly
Kplscopal churoli Sunday was the un-
derlng of Hie oli "One Swwili Sol-
emn TbouKla" by Mr Harry OlUliim
secretary to the receiver of thejxpitnl
National bank. Mr Oldlrim hae a beau-
tiful tenor voice which lu (list oul 1-
uted as a hoit boy a. J latr on the
Ainung the I'lijOial.l. cents of Mon-
' duv km the iiRk! iIiik 'if tlie High live
lub with Mr. .md Mrs. W A Fraster.
at tiiBir stKtcious tionv on North Uroad
si.it. Mrs. MMorrUnnd Mik Charles
'Unon won the prises Tlie giu'sts In-
iluded Mr and Mis V. II Cnle. Dr.
lloi-no and Mr. and Mis Menuiiwt of
Jum tlon City Kansas.
Th KrtuiithUy lub met '1 i.uraday
lion ' v.a
J inn tan
h' buildios at tlbrjxy. or the wrk of ."-"K wi'hMr uid Mr- Charles
rVeyntina.' cruelty to u.ilinaU or the Hr.tr am held n plasnnt a-iwion. Whls
f ei-entinft eJWMrea In the cuUlvatlen of " t""41 Mrs F H. Lucas aad Mr.
ibw.r n b4iut t b uttfy their own J "' ttr1 '.
i. vm in dlatrlbuiL. tlie beat Itetatur ." ' " ""'" " """ ""
U ti.oaa ivufoi-tiioate ss to be unable
j piVlue vrM fer tt tlienwiaivea-Ura-
X.ci w. WK lHy w ttdtvWuaJ WJ
13 not HMWttVnyt taere-t in Uie utt
-g-i of aft rjoftlfliHo that suowb-
IlulM. meh wark.W ttMm4 them There
&nuihejr' etoM lit Mbns wi UMder
The kucsw in iudeii Mr un4 Mrs- U O.
MUU'nan. Mr. ano Mra. Fred a Vv
Uun. M5ss Nona dreer und Mr. Cbar-
Mr. id Mrs LeRny T?iM. Of Ti-
pekn. Kiis. und Mr- IV. (3cr IfaMMT Of
" rfP tlnir ttibjity and act uo not rank OkU not Oily. t her Mwoday. the
x iy a ttmpt to mfHiU to the f ! gtwifta of Miaa Juni Haur at Uev real-
rr l a&ii.iri. Tn aneh 1 wnulil 'ilwle the I diw on Kaat CWvetuad avenue. Mra.
f'rfctt fntw ! a ertM tmn'- "TWwie Is nt a J ToweJI t Mien Ilastur'a cousin 41-4 waa
k5: . ' j
n "w "r -' -r
nm vmwi AMimuPMnHVifrmcmaoa
For over sUty years ductws hive en-
jlAU.fl .lud fllAPM. r)d.Alf ttlUt I
j coughr coldi west lungs bronchhlu
-j consurnptiun. vurcs waru vssea u
rwratvvcfises oia cases juu can irnsi
V a m'dKtne tne dcei aactprs approve
Wedded inrlnit Mho Chrlstmu vacntlon
The ypung Couple are spendlnjt thtlf
honeyiAee in Okie homo.
U t with a sigh of rtllef tpAt the
elders see the' members of the younger
set safely off to school ngnln this "weok.
There la a lingering doubt stUt jn tha
htlnds of some of tho v&rcntsrlwhether
such n s'.renuoua round of 5yety la
good tralnlhsr even for tho aoclety men
and women of the future for In tho
wonds of one mother's boh. "Tho whole
crowd Is alt iti but we havo haa the
tlmo of our lives."
The gnyety of the pot tw weeks will
not end abruptly. The calendar for
Mtl week Is fairly promising -and nox
week the Inaugural feqtlvltloa como on
npnee. Jn fwet a number of hostesses
hav waited unlit the liolluiiya wero
over that triey might glvo several really
portentous affairs -and havo them ful-
ly hiipreelatcd. Those inirtlea nnd re-
ceptions. It Is understood will tnko placo
between now nnd ent.
Tho Shnlcwpenro club mot Tuesday
afternoon nt tho library cltib rooms and
held a Pleasant session. This was the
first club tiutt.Inc since tho holiday fes-
tivities ceased nnd the mMnbcra of the
orgnnlintlon enjoyed a happy reunion
exchanging greetings nnd nr.:dol6s of
tho hnppy experiences of tho past two
weeks. An hour was spent rttudylmr tho
second part of Henry IV. "SUj. Fegan.
tho president conducted the lesson nnd
prepared tho questions.
Series of Honor Functions..
Saturday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J.
Illldrcth entertained at six o'clock din-
ner nt which tho honor Kucsts wore
Governor nnd Mir. Forguron and Sec-
retary nndi Mrs. 1111am Grimes.
Tho members of tho Chrlattan church
gave a thoroughly clloyablo reception
ThursdayeVenlng at tho church audito-
rium for Ilcv. nnd Mrs. IC C. Ventress
who will be in Guthrlo for nnothor year
having charge of tho work hero for an-
other year. Mr. II radish and Miss Del-
la Dunkln sang nnd nfter a short mu-
sical program the members spent the
hours informally together greeting the
pastor and his estimable wife.
Fifty years from now thcro will be
no woman's club no woman's page In
the pnper no woman's sphere. Tor tho
woman of the future will hold the great
questions of tho world In common In
terest with tho man of that nge. Tho
man's Questions will bo the woman's
nnd the problems of tho world wilt bo
tho problems of tho woman as well as
of tho man. In faet the brouloms con-
fronting both men and women will be
In euWtnoce the tmmo.
The Country club mot Saturday oveu-
Ing witli Mr. nnd Mra. Bdanr Powers
MS Mast Mnnitir nvonue. First prUoe
wore won bv Mi. Will Itolahl and Mrs.
Jack Mortis. .Mrs. Enoch Bamfprd won
the lone hand prfio. Mrs. It W. llluck.
Mrs. Kreu; Byenr Wild Sir. Heinz llraun
won the guest prize. Tlie guests in-
cluded Mr. nntt Mra. Fmnk J. Host. Mr.
and TUra. Frefl 0 ynnDuyn Mr. nnd
Mr. Ileitis ntmufi rr. nnd Mra. Henry
Thomi(qn nnd Mesdames It. "W. lllnck.
ironrjt 1& Ann and Henry rowern; Mlta
Mytlle Ulitok and Mr. Melville Carter.
One of the iponi thoroughly cnjoynble
nfTi(lr of tlie week whlah have been an-
nounced Js the party to bo given Wed-
nesday night by Mrs. J. D. Beadle nt
whleh the incinbens of the choir of tho
First PtoshYtertan ohuroh aro to be
tho honor guests with n fw fi lends.
The evening". unteitalnment will take
the form of a 'MVrflonnlly Conductod
Hallway Excursion. AfAny of tho In-ler-Nitlng
littla details of tho trip are
original with Mrs. Ilendlea when In-
sures the guests u perfectly delightful
Oil Thumday night the members of
tho Christian church will hold telr an-
nual reception fdr tho pastor 'Itov. lc
C. Ventress and Mra. Ventress nt the
church. Thcro will bo an cnjoyahlu
program given during tho evening. Miss
Delia Dunkln tho popular young solo-
ist will sing. Mr. Shirley A. Ilrndlsh
will nlo bo on the program for a vooul
number. Other talent In tho church
will nppenr. An Invitation Is extended
to nil mombora and friends of the
ehureli to attend tho reception and
greet Rev. and lr. VenUe. who will
bo hero for another sear -noffyolv on-
gnged tu Jlooklrtg""'"hftor the spiritual
wants 'of the parish.
For Mrs Forguson.
t Among tho pretty socja) eourteales that
werp givan mis wosk at wiuob Mrs.
B. Forgijison has been nn honor gueet
wps tho ie nffhlr TueBda nftomooa
given nt the pleasant hotne of Jim
Chnrlea C. Knelsly on North Il.ond
B'rvti Abeut iwwitr ladles were pren-
ont .rore Ihnrt Any o.her lttrary 6i'-
ffunlznllou In the city the Acorn club
feels most keenly tlie loss of Mr. Fer-
guson who leave tho hurt of Hie week
ft 'Watong.t She has been associated
(n'tlvfly with this club eer lnce com-
ing to Guthrie to reside und It is with
.1. reltif t.int feeling of sincere regret
that tho member bid her goodbye. Mr
FeigUMon was piesen ej with on ele-
rfini nilvei acorn spoon by the elub.
The following 'sitors regltered at
the Carnegie librury tnlu
II(in Oldham Aurora ill
Frank H Sutton CollmsvilK. I T
C. O Freeinan Deculur Neb.
J J Dpi ham Hutrh'mon
It T Lyons Iaw nee.
Orchid Graves Iawnee.
J. II. Ayeraman Medford
Charles A. Ridley Davenport.
Will SUegler lopd Creek.
Dr. Francis "Mood rfAnsaa City
llr aibaon Coyle
VeatA Onives Vwne.
Itoy Wiv(ttr. Valrmoui
XI T Btabblns. Bold.
Chailea A. Hanart Fairfax. (
V. C. TomUaon Jennlnmi.
Hurtoo Keaaku Advance 111.
Q. WV OomeN. WioWt. .
C W Jonaa Iawiod.
r IL O-amn' Whnew.
A. V. VUitr BnW.
E. II. 'ten Wichita.
tr Mra. Ftruuion.
A delta-hiful aJtiUr coaaMeueut be-
cause ut it epot''iMy Mia th spirit
(n wMth It wm -lwu. ww the rtven-
tlon of Monday aftecnoon at the rt-
4ten of Mi. II. n. ItfUer. at whlrb
Mrs. T. M. Parfuson was t) honor
ruet. Tha pretty pafiors were nicely
decorated with cut ftomtnt and nllax
for tha oecaxhiu.
The rvcepUon was .given on the date
of the annual "guest any" functhm.
With the Aral lady of tho territory who
Is an lioMor.tr member uX hi iluti. a
guest of .omi. Tliere wtn- vbout forty
sjtiaau av ilte aTafr purlng the af-
temoasi dainty luncheon was vl
Mre. nm tari04 Bniitli whuso prllNant
the club was prmnt and deUghted the j J
asasasai jaaav dBaBBa"aBaBaPaav v
MItS. MAHV PAINTSIt
Mrs. Mary PaliKer wtte wm re4mc4
to r Aturttow atMt threatened wHh cow-
5umptk4 Is reetoreel ts heKh aMl
strenfeth by IHeffy'sl'weMartWrirskey
FiedrlduVn her hufttmnt! couM Hard-
ly move from bockache Ls also speedily
cured and made as strong and sownd
"It Is with (treat pleasure I write to tell
you what I think of Duffy's Malt Whis-
key. I sincerely bcllcvo It Is the grandest
medicine ever made. I took n cough this
spring nnd It got so bad m friends
thought I had consumption. I was a
thin as n fkclcton had given up and
could scarcely live so I bought two bot-
tles of Duffy's Malt Whiskey. As soon
no I began to take It my cough lessened
no wo sent for a dozen bottles and I am
now as well as ever.
"My hu&band and I have been taking It
all Bummer. He was down with back-
ache till ho could hardly move nnd now
he is as well as anybody. I am stouter
than I havo been since wo were married
"Please send us another doen bottles
ns w? cannot set ntoig without 1' "
MItS. MAflY PAINlUIl riivtillx Mo.
Sept S2 1303.
"The annuel xSucs nt clubs of fewer
than twenty-five members shall be JI.60.
Clubs numbering twenty-five member!
or more shall bo at aha .pate of ltta per
Cfthlta. Thn nnniud dunt for ntAtn fed-
AatlOns Mini! be nt the rater of 2So per
club. The annual dul for eaeh local
federation Bhnll be at the rate of $1 per
Cluhj Dues shall be paid annually tho
1st of May beginning with 1400. Thd
dues of any organization elected to
membership after tho first of Jnnuary
shall bo credited as the dues for the
year beginning tho 1st of May next
Tho following table deserves n care-
ful reading. It relaxes to tho eluK
which are direct mombers of the Qm-
THS VAL.QB OF CHARGOAt
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
For more than fifty years hn i been prescribed by doctors of every school rec-
ommended by tempernnce advocates and ministers of tho Gospel nnd used In over
two thousand lending hospitals ns tho greatest tonlo stimulant nnd health builder
known to medical science ... . . .
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey cures coughs colds consumption trrlp bronchitis
and pneumonia. It stlmulnteB nnd enriches the blood nlds digestion builds up
the nerve tlsiue tones up tho heart and fortifies tho system ngnlnst dlsear
perms. It prolongs life keeps tho old young nnd the young strong. Duffy s
Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel oil nnd Is tho only whiskey recognized by
the Government as a medicine. This Is a guarantee.
CAUTION. Be cartful to get the genuine when yon ark for 'Duffy's Pure Mall
Whiskey. Sold In sealed bottfes only never In bulk took for the trade-matk th
" Old Chemist." on the label and be aore the seal over the cotk la unbroke-i. All
reliable druggist and grocers or direct ftt.oo a bottle. Doctor's advice and medical
booklet free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co. H -Chester N T.
District Columbia .... 3
Indian Territory 2
. 1 1
Mlsslsalppl . . .
guests by reading number of her own
Original exquisite poems. Mrs. Mary C
Hart acting president of tho club spoke
the following pleasing address:
"Ladies to meet this afternoon f-ir
an Informal 'far"7ell to our dear Mrs.
Ferguson who ls nn honored and active
member of our club. Wo hope to al-
ways have a warm placo In r"Jr heart.
We as A club are especially sorry to
part with our governor and his wife
but our very bent wishes are with them
for health ptospcrlty and God-speed to
their old home in Wlatongn where so
many good friends nro anxiously wait
ing them and gladly anticipating their
return to bo wth them onco more In
a social and business life.
This week's meeting of the Cambridge
olub was ospeofally conspicuous. Tho
members wore entertained at tho resi-
dence of Mrs. Fontou 11. Clark WO
East Springer nveilue. Tho lesson for
tho afternoon covered tU events hap-
pening during 1775 when public arfalra
were In such a tumultous condition.
Yeslorday wbb Mr. Clar"it'e birthday
mid Ahe received many well wishes nnd
sincere congratulations from tho mem-
bers or the club. A rour course lunch-
eon was served. Between the courses
the ladles occupied tho time discussing
early day history as mnd In tho ro-
nownod "Sunilower" state. Mrs. Clark
was but a tlnyeirl at this tlmo and
hati a wealth of Interesting anecdotes
and historical romlnlscenoes to rotate
which lutd hoeu told her by her mother
who lived on the plains and endurod all
tho struggles that only could come to
n pioneer In Khnens
Special to Dally Leader.
Stillwater Oka Jan. IS. Tho Still-
water Womans club met Tuesday af-
ternoon in tho nthlfttlc cluh rooms. The
program was nn eepoctally lntei-ofltlng
and helpful one.
Profeusor Tuoicor delivered nn elo-
quent nad blo address on Edgar Allen
Poe and mado a strong plea for the
more favorable consideration of tim lit-
erary efforts of tho talented but al-
ways unfortunate Poc. Tho program
given during the afternoon follows:
Plana solo "Itallade In A Sharp"
Chopin Mrs. Gray.
Voonl solo "it Was Not to Ho"
Address "Edgar Allen Poo" Prof.
Among tho pretty functions given
Thursday afternoon the most conspicu-
ous was tho "blue and white luncheon"
glvrn by Mrs Cirarlcj Seely nt ono
o'clock. Tho tablo wa. 'dPretul In blue
nnd whlto. with a contorpleco of white
carnations. After the five course lunch-
eon has been served high five was play-
ed. Mrs. Fied Bardo won tho first prize
and Mra. Spurrier the lono hand. Seat-
ed with the hostess at tho tnble wero
the following guests: Meadamas J. H.
Hiirford Frank Dalo L. r. Leach Fred
Bardo. W. H. Coyle. W M. Spurrier. C
F. Cotteral. Mbw Ida Nlblack and Miss
Loulto 8ml iii of Ponca City.
"t'lio following mnv fmz served:
Cifxnn Tomato Soup Deviled Crabs
Creamed Pens Potato Chips
Hot Holla UUee
fow weeks is not known. They will
make their home In Guthrie however.
Assisted by Prof. Gustavo A. Erlck-
son tho young violinist and Miss Janlc
Hagnr who played his accompaniments
tb& pupils Of Mrs. Fenton B. Clark gavo
a most ttrijoyablo recital Thursday ev-
ening Ut her homo on East Washington
avenue. The program Is as follows:
Tho Pretty Primrose Read
Lemon Whits T Lang
Nymphs at Play O'Neill
Violin solo "The Blue Bells of Scot
Le '"'Oyngo Musical Streabbeg
Duel "Birds of Paradise" ..Stredbbog
Dale Fish nnd Ada Hewitt.
Tho Gondolier Powell
(n) Morning I'myer.
(b) Wee Two Togother
Vlotlm Fantasia Postftvolo ....Slng'olee
Song of the Katydid Kern
The Meadow Brook ICohler
Intermeezo fiotu Oavallorta ltustlemui
Accompanist Jilts linger.
The Acorn olub hold n thoroughly en
Joynblo mooting at the club rooms Thura
day nrtem&oh. The club wrh honorod
with tho nrexaneo of Mrs. A. C Scott
of SHllw'ator tho tcnltorlal president or
tho Federation of Womons' clubs who
spoko on tho subject "Tho Itelatlon Be-
tween tho Individual Club nnd the Fed
eration." Mrs- Seott announced these
topics along which tho clubs will do
some spechil work during 1906:
1. Tho fostering of publlo kindergnr.
2. Legislation against child labor and
for tho cf-tabl'shmcnt or Juvenile courts.
3. Industilal tra'nhig.
4. Compulsory education.
Each member or tho club Invited two
gucfjts who aro especially Interested tn
club work that they might enjoy Mrs.
Scott's nddrcss. Among tho Invited
guests were: Mesdames Fegan Hunter
BHncoQ Emma MHIor M. I. Arman-
trout L. W. Baxter. II. L. Miller Anna
B. Dodson J. H. Havlghorst Stevens
Fred Hunt E. A. Cummor. J. W. Mc-
Nca) George Dawson J. D. Williams
N. B. Hushes nnd MUs Helen Green.
Thlj club program prepared for tho
nfternoop was given beforo Mrs Scott's
address nnd was ns follows:
Iloll mill Iloftppneo with quotation
Slio'ly; a. stcotali-vMrs Don Carlos
Social Ideas of Shelley and Words-
worth Wrs. A C Hlxen.
ShoUey's Lyrics Mrs. Fred L. Wen-
ner. Beading "Voleo In the Air." from
1'rwnothoti Mrs. W. A. Prosier.
Mcednmes Lizzie nnd Charles VS. Bll-lltlgHlej-
woro tiqmteesoi) Wednesday af-
ternoon t the former's hospitable
homo. At sixteen tables Beutterod
ninwiim thrftugli the pretty nar'oru on the first
Crackers ' 1Dr' - Kuueta played progressive eu-
IMneannie F...U .ih vilnr..i PrKmlwre. u tuo iKinoru anu orawing room.
in beautiful -ases with feaUiory rernA
wotq plaucd red. d wlUto wrnallon
bioafoms. their unloy trairrance tilling
uancr-uiBCK tlie roomu. Mesuameti j. j. iiiiuretu
Miss Mytrle Black only daughter of nnd Henry Thompson won tho first
Mrs It W Black aniT Mr. MelviUe . prize. Mrs. J. Wi McNeal the lone hand
Carter wer married Thursday after
noon n Oklahoma City at the home of
Mr. ind Mrs. Fred E. &tten. Dr. Dav-
idson of tit I'nul's spoke the beautiful
and Intpreasiva ring rervloe of tha
ISplscopul church and Mr. John Black
brother of the bride gar her away. TlW
bhde wore a protty blHo tailored Wilt
with hat and gtov&e of a similar shatfu.
Mrs. Carter ts tlie ftckuewledRed leail
er of the younger soota) net nnd hiw
llvi'i in Outhrte for many ymrt grad
uutlnx from tlie city tfth Meiiool
ytHine hus'nes nuui aiul now aaatitt-
nt c ishier f the Guihri National bank
The announcement of the inarrtag
eome aa a aurpriaa to the friwids and
ralatrvea of th young euuple who alip-
ed away yesterday .itrnoOa and went
to tXtlalioma City where thr were
inaiTted no one except thn Immediate
MHMUbera of the family knowing that
they were out of the city
Just what their plan aro for the next
FOR BKA1N AND
Thorp's a Reason.
Read Tne Road to Wellvillc"
found la nig.
New Hampshire 2
Now Jersey 12
New Mexico ......i... 4
New York 27
North Carolina 3
Nprth Dakota . 8
Okla. & Ind. Ter. .... 18
Ithodo Island 3
SouUi Dakota 7
Tennessee ..... 3
Vermont ....... 2
Virginia ........ : 1
Washington . 9
West Virginia 12
Few People Know Hew Useful It It Jn
preservlnc Health ana Beauty.
Nenry everybody knows that charcoal
a the cafest" nnd most efficient aislnfeci-
ant nnd burlfioi' Iu nature but few re-
wire Ha value when taken Into th'o hu-
man s) stem for the eume clcanalng put
Charcoal ls a remedy that tne more
you take of It the better; It Is not n
dntf- nt all; but simply absorbs the Baa-
en nnl immirltleu always Present tn tho
stomach and intestines and carries thenV
out of the system.
Charcoal sweetens the breath alter
smoking drinking or after citing on-
ions or other odorous Vegetables. ""
Charcoal effectually clears and Improves
the complexion It whitens tho tooth end
further nets na a natural nnd eminently
It absorbs tho Injurious gases which
collect In tho stomacli and bowels; It
disinfects tho mouth and throat from tuo
poison of catarrh.
All druggitts sll charcoal In one form
or another but probably me beat char-
cal and tho most for the money la n
Stuart's Charcoal Lozcngcr; they Mm
tOfjposed of the finest powdered Willow
mnrconl nnd other harmless antiseptic
In tablet form or rather in tho fotm or
large pleasant tasting lozenges tho
charcoal being mixed with honey.
The dally uso or these lozenges win
soon tell In n much Improved condition
ot tho general health better complexion
sweeter breath and purer blood and the
beauty of U Is that no possible harm con
result trom their continued use but on
tho cortrary grea benefit.
A Buffalo physician In speokli.g of lfct
benefits or yiarconl says: "I ndvlse
Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges to all 1a-
tlcnts suffering from gUs In the stomach
nnd bowels. And to clear tho 'complexion
and purify the wreath mouth and throat;
I O.BO laeiievo the liver Is croatly bene-
fited by tho daly use of them; they eost
but twenty-five cent a box ot 4rg
stores and although In some eeose a
patent preparation yet I believe I Bet
33 3 . more and better charcoal In Btuurt'B
Qiarcoal I-ozengca tha n tn any of the
ordinary Jurcoal tablets."
Totals 833 587
Quito tho conspicuous social event of
WVdncsday evening was tho party giv
en by Mrs. J. B. Beadles at her resi-
dence 321 North Division street. During
tho evening these ladles assisted Mrs.
Beadles with nddlng to tho pleasure of
tho guests: Mra. Mnry C. Hart Mrs
H. O. Scott Mrs. H. L. Mlllor and Mrs
E. A. Dctrlck. Tho affair wnn an eat-
aurslon trip on tho "Funvlllo nnd Fro!-
tctown Hallway." Eleven stations were
Included In tho stopovor trnln schedule
Tho passenger cars were oqulpped with
all the modern conveniences for trav-
elers. The others In -:Mik of the train
for the evening W-eie Cnsslus M. Peck
conductor; Dr. Beit dining cor con-
ductor Ludwlg Huyirmn porter; Miss
Bossio Fnzel ticket Agent; Charles II.
Wopds newsboy. It waa a Jovial and
congenial crowd of passengers that the
train oorrl! and amoqg them were
cleorly ormnged tho truo-to-llfo per-
sons thut are always furnishing amuse-
ment for passengers. Miss Edith Scott
lit tho part of a sedate old maid was
splendid nnd furnished plenty of fun
for tho travelers. Prof Ben Hennessey
and Miss Alice Woods ns tho rural brido
nnd groom were also nmong the pas-
sengers making the trip and; as Mho
dramatic critic would Bay easily "made
tho hit of tlie evening" Tho hobo
Aa atwelati teecM aaa el-etU prf i
waUoa fr B klaaa et
SKPLT A OARQLB. rjJBFEOTLT HAXULBM.
A mr ear far Itearstnets.Teaillltla Qubuy
taflaaied. Ulcerated and Catarrhal Sort Three.
A prtvtntlv si Crup Whetplng Cough a4
ronirTirra hraxinh 8ootxin
koti4 br thf Moil Cmlnenl Tiron BpoiU- '
lU la the oouatrr.
Sl-old b kept In Ttrr horn. Price SS Ceata
Ovrg Medltne Co. D Mclaaa laws
oyster coffee with whipped cream
pickles olives Ico cream cakes and.bon
Mr Beadles is a rharmlnc and gm-
oIoub hostess and the friends fortunate
onough to he inv.cd to any functions
nt which sho presides aro always cer-
tain of spending a (thoroughly enjoyable
afternoon r evening.
TO CURE A COi.D IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BllOMO Qulnino Tab-
lets Druggists refund money If It falls
to cure E W. GHOVE8 signature Is
on each box. 2c
25 Cents a Dozen.
On Monday we will sell you ono doz-
en 8 dunce full blown tumblers. ror 25
Btoallng a rldo nnd tho blackfaccd trav- l cents a Uozen- yvho- Wiat. When store.
cler were also very much tn evidence.
Ono of the events during tho Jour-
ney and which ecrved to enliven tho
affair was tho holdup of tho train by a
gong of wild west outlaws. The rob-
bers took from tho passengers all of
their valuables and left them bound and
The tickets were unique affairs. From
letter suggestions and pictorial illustro-
Okla. Ave. and "Vine St.
THE FAMOUS SELLS FOR- LESS.
(By Associated PrefsBO
tlons tho guests wero required to guess Washington Jan. 13. Tho Missouri
the names of stations at whlch their lTt. .- i j
schedule culled for a short stopover. R0Pbcan association girca nn cntcr-
in tho dining car on elegant luiicheon j tulnment tonight In honor of the ro-
wus nerved. The robbers found that publican delegation to congress from
their dynamite was Ineffective nnd they th t Btat Th delegntlon con.
wero unable to enter this car much to '
tho delight of tho travelers who felt slstlng ot tho senator and nlno ropro-
fiuit the loss ot fiioir valuables wis or sentntlves aio to deliver ntjdrcascs.
tin onsecuence. since the spacious din- U(m ovcr tho r0pUbjleau victory
Ing oftr had been unmolested. The . .......
lunehoon ciji served in two coucses the expressive of tho association's Jublla-
menu including ro3ettea with creamed achieved In Missouri.
How to Fool a Lazy Liver
with Artificial Exercise
VERY serious Sickness has a
a small beginning.
" And In nine cases out of
-tt-7 ten that small beginning Is
made In Ihe Bownls.
Indigestion Is tho legltnlng ef most
It paves the way for all others.
Lack cf exercise hasty eating Jeaproper
food aro Its flrt causes. .
Laziness and postponement permits It
to grow Into Chronic GonctlUAn winch
means life-long Discomfort
It Isn't necessary to bo sdt-a-bed you
know. In order to bo mighty uncom
and) Mrs. II. W. Bl.iek tho consolation
The following Indian assisted ttie host'
eeees in receiving and looking after
the little oourteetM whlnh added so
much to the pleasure of the guests dur
ing the afternoon:. Mesdnmea I. V.
Levy. William Crtnwei W. M. Spurloek.
U. J3. Kimball an Henry Tliompcnn ;
Mtaaeti Gertrude Hunt and Faye Orts-
aoll. Ai five otiloek nn olasant lunoh-
eon was verved. The guests Included
tiit following. Medamea Spurloek Hil-p-ath
Ap Grime. Satan. Best. Win-
ton Gray Black Lovy Barner Knetoly
Itawbo. Speed. Dourlaa. F0iat. Henus.. happiness good cher. capanlly
OmltT Thompson. 1"or Serehet. Cun-lBBhe-i.
CmthiBham. Hcbiy Bruun
HeVi S-iun. J. U. MotTlw J. P. Burkt.
At Ml. Ifiwfan UStMlMflt. Peck AWI.
Ilrenaon Owfo le4nneJl. JJrler. JX1
LaJMb Carllil. MawBtip MtKwl. BarX-
r Van DayH Uoagu Wlltttt lAfram
13cJOrt. Sohlbenf. h'fmrrlar. Blerer Fia-
ter IfcJWiV Orner. Barwlck. Fergueon.
1jV. N'Cholrtff MlsaaB Black Ntblack.
Htt Jlrau. Coyle Pattlaon Weoda
If your tongue la slightly coaled
If your breath la under suspicion
If your Head fools a trifle heavy or
If digestion seems even a little slow
If Heartburn Belching Co' or
Restlessness begin to show themselves
That's tho time to eat a Cascaret.
. Don't Imagine tho Cascaret Is Ineffec-
tive because it ls pleasant to eat as Candy.
It apis as pleasantly as It tastes. It Is
as congenial to your Bowels as It Is to your
It Is not a "Bile-driver" which floods
out your stomach today wllh fluid Juices
Even clizht Indieestlon affects tho TALs ". .' ' .L .
...I... .. . r. j l - 1 !CU5- U lumui.un
nerves uuiis tno muiu uuu wuei;uwi. mo
merry sunshine of Life.
And IndlgeJtlon onco started grpwa
fast cvltodes temperament and discounts
Cltih wmrk aboukl leach promptness
ana hns'Ueaa l'Jce accuracy co-imata
moeey matters. Clb Uwt "ave horn
alow elwat urmltttng gwieral fetlemtlo'l
inmt thut should be paid not letw than
May lt. pfciltAPB. made ll Nw Year's
rsoiuti.Ki: "We whl. on January U
r-m1t all paet federation duee and al
ttl4 for tha year oqiilns April M 187.
thus giving u v. o)r tle U send a
delewite to the St JBfiUl btSBlel"
Am other club roar- prefer t J di4
for m-07 durlue JanyVT -Artist "L
Section 6 ctf the 'general SWeraWow
constitution Is Quoted bSrewItl'
It doss that long before it puts you on
the Sick list. -r
Every thinking Doctor knows why.
Professor-Rand knew it.
That's why be framed up for students
his f ".moua formula for Happinosa vU.:
"Trast In Cod and keep your Bowels
Tha Bowels need adlur.tmept from tlmo
to tlmo. Just like a clock or s watsh.
No "Caod tlmo" Is humanly passible
And ihn limn In adluai tha watch is
not when It has run dewn. nor when the Py and never sold in bulk. Every
main spring Is broken but at tho very tablet stamped "CCC
But It acts like Exercise. Instead
It sjlmulates the muscular lining of the
Bowels and Intestlnes.so that they mechan-
ically digest food and drive but the
The time 'o use a Cascaret is when you
flist suspoct you need ope
Tlie' orjry way to have; them ready to
usa precisely when jrou need them U to
carry thsm constantly In your pocket' as
you do a Watch or a lad pencil.
Tho tejj cent box of Cascarots Is made
titn fat round-edged and small for this
precise purpose. '
Bo very careful to get the genuine.
msec only py Ihe sterling Keroedy com-
mlnuts adjustmont Is discovered necessary .
The Unto to adjust tho Bewela Is not
mwely when your Head Aches when your
Vlver IsSlBk your Stomach In Revolt S$&
rlaturs'a Food Process reSirdsd for 2V
hours or longer
Tho profr Umolo adjuet thorn te th.
very mlnutB you suspeotthey pfd adJuM-ir.ent.
tar FREE TO OUR. FKlJCNnst
W6 w?at to sesd.tc osr friends b baauiilal
traadhMd. iB01.D-ri.ATED BUawJTwJx.
wr4-aaamelea ceters. Hki ttewrty M Urt
Cttswetaek. Tea omU te susw K aefc a a
r-ir-Tf-'aaJf--'Ti-" TT 1. ..- y.
wltt witoSmtrnmr tetektt it lea 7t
84 ty. eaaa If iajAaip
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n VQ r1 fflv-
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