The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 30, Ed. 1, Friday, September 28, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTH.tlE OKU A FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1906.
THE PINE TREE PEST
i ii I YTT'iiwrortf tTVCT.i'j thvv'lV'sbt TjtfiLLyy?y'!'-T?grf yyyyyiy yyyyyyLS3jiM
for Infants and Children.
Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always Botiplit 1ms borno tho slpna-
turo of Clms. IT. Fletcher and lms been mndo under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits Imitations and
Just-as-good" arc but Experiments and endanger tho
health of Children Experience against Experiment. 4
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
I Weinberger Transfer Company
(Successors to J. C. Foster & Co.) ft
I Prompt Attentiou Given to All I
S Calls for Drayage. I
I Spacious Rooms
g Receivers and
rtsm. JtffsaSi .JsPvl JsRfawis. jPIa
Charming Adjuncts to Toilet.
Useful at All Times and Can Be Eas-
ily Made by the Home Worker
Simple Materials Alone
Each of those dainty little articles
will bo found most usoftil to every
lady; they aro protty simplo and
abovo all can be oaslly made by the
The first shown in tho group Is a
pimple llttlo xouavo for wearing ovor
A Group of Dainty Adjuncts to the
silk blousos etc. It is made in cream
not. and is trlmmod with sovoral row
of Valonciennes laco; the rovers are
out In ono with the fronts; tho arm-
holes aro finished with laco.
Materials required: About three-
fourths ynrd not 30 Inches wide and
eight yards luce.
Noxt to tho zouavo wo have a whlto
cambric collar embroidered with
' The bolero In the left-hand corner
is in piece lace and Is edged with nar
BE CHEERFUL AT MEAL TIMES.
Emotions of Pain or Atiuer Check
Flow of Gastric Juice.
There is a sad mistake prevalent in
homes the world over of making the
mealtime gatheriug the clearing-house
for painful discipline for description
ot phylcal ailments the discussion at
harau.dug problems of one kind and
another for the consideration in a
"word of the sorrows perplexities and
miseries ot the day
Mary or Tom whose rapidly grow-
ing bodies need ever available ounce
ot nourishment no sooner begin to
eat their dinner than their parents
tako them to task for some mistake or
wrong-doing. Mnry bursts into tears
aud leaves the' table; Tom finishes his
meal silent and sullen.
Does the reader know that emotions
of pain or anger check the flow ot
gastric juice sometimes stop it en-
tirely? Indigestion Is only tho result
ot trying to eat when under the streee
The only time in which a wife can
catch her husband long oaough for
tho desired ourtain lecture may be
at tho broakfast or dinner table. She
certainly oan drive tho lecture henw
clear to the foundations of his
health. Ilettor no meal at all so far
as nourishment and health go than
one eaten in bitternees of spirit. It
la dinicult in the extreme to shut out
from meal time the discussion ot per-
plexing and irritating problems but
it Is imperative.
Laughter and good will on the oth-
er hand .am vigorous prompters ot
Daily Leader ioc per week
row insertion nnd a frill of lace; it
has quite short sleeves to match.
Mntorlals required: ono and one-
fourth yard lace two and three-
fourths yards Insertion and nix yu-'s
In the center of the group a
fiohu trimming for a bodico o j for
tiuy Or evening wear. If for i for-
mer It would be placed round tho
odgOot n laco or silk yoke. Tliero is
first "n shaped double bertha the low-
er one being of of the same material
as Uie drew the upper one of lace-
edged with insertion; then above
these is a fichu drnpery of soft silk
or crepede-Chiue which ties in front
the ends being finished with inser-
tion. The vest which is Ught-lKUug. is a
useful shape for wearing under open-
fronted coats. It is in ivory white
brocade lined with plain silk; It fas-
tens and Is ornamented with tiny
nmmeled buttons. The collar Is made
up over musllu.
Materials require 4: one and one-
halt yard 22 Incies de one and one-
halt yard of lining 10 buttons.
The collar at the foot ot the group
iw useful for amnrtnoss up to a plain
morning blouse. Tho foundation 1b fine
cambric mnde up over stiff muslin
and fastened at tho baa'';; it is oov-
ored with rows of tiny frillod baby
Valonciennes laco: these aro crossed
by stltchou straps ot tho cumbrlc. A
fan-liko plaiting ot tho cambric edged
with lace trims tho fiont; it joins
the collar undor a tiny ribbon bow.
Tho Inst article 1b a pretty zouavo
ot flcolle-colored laco edged with a
full frill of narrow laco. Tho short
sloovos are trimmed to match.
Materials required: ono and one-half
yards laco 18 inches wide and about
five and one-halt yards lace.
tho digestive functions. The court
Jester we may well imagine was a
piece ot the king's dining hall furni-
ture and the most valuable piece
INKSTAND FROM CREAM JUG.
Makes Pretty Ornament for Desk or
In our sketch we illustrate a sec-
ond use for one of those pretty little
Jugs In which cream is sold. It is
mounted with seecotine on a small
square ot wood the edges of which
have been beveled all round and two
spaces hollowed out on either side
to form pen-racks. If the wood Is
stained a nice dark green it will form
a pleasant contrast to the brown up-
per portion of the Jug. A small piece
ot wood Is cut to fit the mouth ot the
jug and a bead ot fancy-headed nail
tacked an to form a little handle by
which It may be lifted up. Narrow
ribbon with little bows oroameats the
neck and the edges ot the wood can
be finished ott with small brass-head-
S ed nails if desired.
3ARKBEETLE AND HI8 DESTRUC-
TIVE WORK IN THE WEST.
rlne Timber In IdahS and Other States
Suffers from the Ravages of
Small Insect That Rid-
dles the Dark.
Strange doe It not seem that so
Utile a thing could do troy a mighty
monarch of the forest A llttlo lnswct
sailed a barkbeetle Is working havoc
in somo pine forests In tho west eene-
oinlly in Idaho and tho government la
making special studr. not only of the
beetle but of method by which he
can be exterminated.
Tho adult insect in & stout brown-tnh-fslnged
beetle from one-oighth to
Section of tree killed by beetles shew-
ing borings in piece of bark remove
and in wood of tree Itsself.
three-stxtooths in.U It leugth which
attacks the living tit" In swarms and
burrows into the living .ark through
the inner layer of which cah female
excavates winding galleries as shown
in nn illustration in which to deposit
ggs. These galleries ssive to cut off
the natural movement o' the sap and
completely girdle and bill the tree.
In the vicinity of CenteiTllle Idaho
the eggs deposited during tune July
or August in little niches i:i the sides
of the galleries hatch wltliln four or
five days into small whitish larvae
(fig. 9) which mine at right angles
from the primary gallery through tho
outer layers of the Inner bark until
they have completed their growth
which roqulres from about 20 to 30
lays. They then bore into tha outer
corky bark whore they excavate little
cells In which to transform first to
.JmJvSkj.JkJh; j. jxJk i $HM?&ilri&iVl'tSi jS Jx$
Tho puri-hantna- power of n dime was
never so fittingly Illustrate.1 n It will be
a he 10c Bale of China and Oluiiwdre at
TUB OUTHRIB OUA.BS CHINA CO.
Saturday and llonduy.
It will wean Walton Shoes for boys
and attic $1.00 to $3.00 at Robinsons.
SUICIDES IN CITIES ON INCREASE.
1 jAw;&t tffrtfnittiHInHialllllillf HI ntiHtBHilMllHiiHililltlli lIllIlilliimHK & julv i
Suicides In Greater Ne.v York In the First Seven Months of 190G
In tireutor Now York during the flrst seven montlis of 100G Utere wera
433 suicides classllled by nationality as follows: Aiistro-Hungnry 24; Ho-
lionilu 6; ISngland 1C; France. S; Germany 9D; Ireland IS; Italy 19; Russia
S3; United States. 173; other foreign. 37; unknown 12 In the twelve months
of 1905 there were In Greater New York 060 suicides.
Vatican Mossic Factory.
Tho pope maintains a mosaic fac-
tory In the Vatican. Here the patient
artists work in a aa'lfry lined with
SOMETIMES PEOPLE SAY
that tliey w.tnt the bHl h.-ti tlntr tot they can lm When the- tt-ll u
tlutt We promptly show iliin the genuine HOUND OAK. We hue nmll-
de ice in It for we never luid u. dlBMitU tied i natulan- et. Afte uslrut it
they come buck and say
more la It pralM- than
wo did when we mild it to
them Of roume t lie: r
are multitu lew of thup-i
tov. but what utlfu.--tion
or comfort ) there
iu usitiK tltm they can
out last tois not being
heavy eilourh nor nutde
good nour i to be dura-
ble Why a ROUND OAK
afte. 15 ot -0 years ser-
Uo will toll fur more
iH-cond-hand th.in the.
cheap -tov coat .in the
start Th. HOUNP OAK
is moderate In price and
U worth cvej-v ceut of
Its coat if you are going
to need " heating stoe
we can prof to you con-
clulvelv Unit an Invest-
ment In a genur.ie
ROUND OK will prove
the twin niu- you er
made In a stove and you
will say o utter t-ytnjc
It. Iook i or the mime
"ROUND OAK." Only
the getutaf has It od the
"Osar De-wali.utk. i u
Juse i. Ygan fUcenty
the pupa and later to Ihe adult When
til'-- broods ot the first gonrratlon have
thus developed In about CO or 70 las
they bore out through the bark and
fly to other trees to repeat the process
and continue their depredations.
The presencp of this destructive In-
sect In a forest Is Indicted (t) by
dead and dying trees scattered about
or In Clumps or large patches (The
dying onste with fading yellowish and
reddish fOllngp are called "sorrel
tops" or if with bare branches or
broken tops are known as ' black
tops;" or "broken "ns." (2) bv small
masses ot renin in the crevices ot the
bnrk of rocontly atacked living trees
as well as in those of the dying and
dond ones; and (3) tho presence of
the spcatos is determines by romovlng
tho bark from tho dying nnd dead
trees and finding the characteristic
If neglected ami under certain con-
ditions favorable to the species it Is
capable of devastating the ptno forests
over large areas. The broods ot the
beetle paetf the winter in the outer
bark ot tread killed by tt the previous
summer. Tho adults of the overwin-
tering broods emerge and fly In May
June aud July the beginning tnd end-
ing ot the poriod varying with the sea-
sons latltttdo and altitude.
The first eggs from the first genera-
tion aio deposited in June or July and
In some of the warm localities possi-
bly as early as the middle of May. In
localities Intermediate between the
ooldPr and warmer regions the major-
ity of the adults of the first generation
ml.tently develop and eineige In iik-
ust but some Individual may remain
In the trees until June ot tta next
The first egg of tho gpcond genera
tion are evidently deposited in August
and September depending on locality
and It would appear that in li.lenne--tiate
localities all of the broods of
this generation pass tho winter (hiber-
nate) in the larval stage in the outer
bark. In Uit warmer localities some
of them may develop aud emergt. hi
the fall while in the colder localities
there may be but one generation.
The first evidence of attack on liv-
ing trees iu the presence of pitch
tubes on the bark or ot rao&sh bor-
ings lodged in the crevices and around
the base ot the tree.
During the fall winter and follow-
ing spring after a successful attack
the infested treeb will be indicated by
the fading yellowish and reddish
The work of the Insect will be Indi-
cated by the winding galleries through
tho inner bnrk. Trees from whloh
the broods have emerged will be indi-
cated by largo numbers of small holes
through tho outer bark.
In these days of runh an4 hurry courtesy
la often forgotten. In tha mad pell mell
rush of our life llttls thlnzs are done to
oKend that w rather remained undone.
A hastily eaten msal and Its resultant
headache may oauae us social or flnanoUl
loss. The. wise man or woman is the one
who relieves little Ills of this sort by a
dose of Kodol PVr Dyspeprla. H digests
what you eat an- nuts your stomach
(back Into shape. Sold bv C. It. Renfro.
29000 lockers in which repose itck3
of cllica of all the myriad vary Inst
shades required to reproduce the tinu
New Yurie in. trie Ki;r w .lQtlia aboet
Plenty of Them In Guthrie and Qoad
Reason for It.
Wouldn't any woman be hnppy
Aftpr ytnr of taekaca sutterlnr
iiitv of ml-y. nights of unreM
Thp fllvtrma of urinary troublo.
Hhfl flndi relief and rurr
No reason why any Guthrie reader
ChouM suffer tn the facp of evidence
Mm. James V. Hartlett. of 25t Bant
Mniiaur St. Guthrie Okla. sara: '1
uei to ive troubled greatly I y fc pain and
snrmiPK in nnd u roaa my kidneys. My
bit m so wv.ik that at times I couM
iian-ilv aft round. Aheut ttirM years
iiko Donii's Kldner IMPS weru broURlit
to my notice a neighbor's statement
recommending if "m In our local papers
nnd I sent to $ S. Wallace's drug store
ror a box. A er taking tliem acoordlng
to directions I was completely cured and
have never had any trouble from Ist.o
and flchlnc back sine. I always recom-
mend Poan's Kidney rills to anyone I
think in need of such a medlcln.''
Por sale by all dealers. Price 10 cents.
Poster-MIUtrarn Co. Buffalo. New York
sole agents for tha United States.
nemomber thr namt Dean's and
take no other.
FOR GOOD COAL
is Cheap as the Cheapest
W. E. SHERIFF
JJfl FRENCH FEMALE
AS.nr. c kHT.i it .. 'a.muwUis.hit4
NtVIRKNOWHTO fail. .' '.MSi ..i.
Iinm(iiimil.i v . ir ii 1.-1 Si!pr.H
f l OO I-r Ik. l i!i ( h L(nlfor
rft.nrrirl x.. I I In.ii livi i j.lH
httt! tbftiit anil t mr r I i il.
I UNITSO WlOICSt CO . Q T. U.C..T1. e
Sold tit ttuthrie hy C. R. Rtittfro
I Hrin. i and iVmHtifl" llift htlr.
I)' 1 t ft lUT'iPallt ir'WlIt
Nt "r Kftlln to Rptvr Onf
1 Tim to H0) Youthful Color.
SCur. - t'H .la. tk hir 1IUU0.
"I PRESENT MY CARDI"
and beg to remind you that whatevot
tha price of coal between now and next
April It certainly won't be any cheaper.
Look then at your coal bins at once nnd
let me fill them up with UttlAn CttHIiK
tho best coal mined in tho Territory. You
will find It large block coal burns free
and Is by far the beat fuel proposition.
N. F. CHEADLE
and CURE thg LUNGS
Surest und timeliest Cure for all
THKOAT and LUNQ XROUB-
LES or MONEY BACir-
G. W. Bruce
AUDITOR AND AGCOUNTAHT
Rooms 2 4. 6 Blllint'sley
Bulldlnp; Guthrie 0. T.
Opselslattsrtton given to ths exam
Instlon of County Records .
Ilsfsrenccsi Dasrd of county com-
mlislontrs Lcgsn county I Uosrd of
county eommltsloners UsweyCo.)
Hoard of county commliilonari
Ulalne county; Hoard of Commlulon
era Pottowatomla county I any bank
in Guthrie. J
aasaBfi .. m -" w"::
i WITH H
Kansas City Oct. 1-6
A week replete with Music
Mirth and Siuht-Seeing. Twen-
ty Blocks of Illumination.
Very Low R-txtos
On Sent 30 to Oct. 6 the M
K. A T Ry. will sell ticket at
very low rate jfood returning
to and Including Oct. 8
Priests of Pallas Parade
Gorgeously decorated vehicles
Grand Ball in Convention
Ak M. K. & T. Ageat aboitl H
SIXTH YEAR IN OKLAHOMA
Ors. Otaflc A BsmaBy ths
tassaits Ohltsge speelsl
tsis trt ObfotUs sjtt
Pftvau dlsues of boU
taxes. Cares nujraatssi.
Qfflso over 101 Wsstv
HarrlaeD ATeau. OuUule OIOju naoa
da B. FAlRFiELD
WOOD AND STORAGE
Goods Ptxckod Stored and Shipped to Order.
Phone 20 Office and Yards 407-409 W. l.Yrlson
At Atlixnta Gvx.
Kate upen to everybody. Here is your chance to
visit the southeast. For full
See 'FRISCO" Agent for
a; D. C Fotrrlnflton.
Travelinjf Pas. Agent
R Oklahoma City Ok la
a.ifiiggis- i irnTl
U. 0. Qom I'reat
UuniWMh OftAltr n. W. VAOtTWR X. Mw.TiLLs:OAirrM At CaGbteri
GUTHRIE NATION h BANK
OLDXctT IN OKLAHOMA.
GUT H HIE OKLAHOMA.
O. O. Qcse
J. W. PSHRt
O n e.
Ips. oil and all kinds of
Sport sni en's Goods is
R cinington Auto-load-
n Shot Guns 580 each
double barrel U. L.
Shot Guns $22.50 each.
Good Belgian double B.
Good single barrel breech
ington 22-cal. Rifle no better made at any price. So each.
Star Safety Razors make shaving a pleasure 1.50 each.
CIGAR.S. TOBACCO & PIPES
All the Standard Grades. Al theSign of tha Big Indian
and His Gun. Our Gunshop is open and ready for business m
Phone 108. No. 115 S. Division St. Guthrie. Okla
a - I - BffiaSi - H - I'B - I - BK - I'B - r'B - JE - JB
BRONSON & 1BRONSON
farm Loans Insurance Alisfraofs
Ujiy complete abstracts of t'tle in Logan County
rju pay interest and principal at our office
Uld.'st ana -trgest insurance agency in Oklahoma
118 West Okla Ave.
OM - :iB'I'BB - J'EB - : - BHiia - 5'HH'H
We have a few more
of the authorized
Boxes are approved by
Uncle Sam. Many farm-
ers were forced to dis-
card boxes last year be-
cause they were not
"Regulation." GetJ The
Leader Box and you will
make no mistake.
will sell round-trip tickets for the above
occasion at the low rate of Ono Fo.ro
plus $2 Tickets on snlo October 8 and
9 final return limit thirty days from date
particmhwu or address
Dlv Pass. Atjcnt.
Tl t7f1 Hi alTl Ii rfl TuMklKVTttr''' Jv.T...it.- ijSj-
Vlrldent. J. W. Pnmr. V Prrnt. S
Qsaar H. Asr.
H. W. PAttrrsa
Shot Gun aud outfit. 912 each
loader and outfit ?5 each. Rem.
- SttVia - rKBB - l'B - fBalBMiWS
L C. Bronscn.
- tHiBB.pB - l'BB - 5B - faJBm - 5fflHija: -
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