The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 49, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 20, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRlt- OK LA. SATURDAY OCTOBER 20. 1906
I The German Heater!
Hams the smoke and gas. More heat from
4oss((uo1 than any other stove.
TShe Majestic Flange z
Operates perfectly makes kitchen work a.
pleasure A full line of steel and cast cook
stoves hot blast oak and cannon stove
Cor. lsU& K1q. Ave. GUTHRIE OKLA.
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Mr ft. H Cnrlln U. in vt.
Mjm I hi St. in wa VMitvi. In Okl;
liomv "it Mi.lulij.
M nl Mrs Joe 1 M-tKimwiii arc In
(If . Hi visiting rrler'l
Mr Mixitnii of ilunm Itunnal
(h cnt f Iipi aoti J J M-uatom.
I In. lnt) club mt M4rf) aft"
tinon with Mr Qiltn I'ron uiI -pnt
i in er ;-iuiint liourn
Mi i A. Hutli. u.l two 'tllll ii
r'tniwil tin nioimiiK i "in K.lni ml
Vll'M tll PLt JVIM.1.I
Mi IT Kuw ii fl I iii il n lor IJ4
I ii hi r. Rliti a't .'Ii il tin nii'otluu 'r
tli rV-tli mllim W'oiu n- rliiba.
Mi iiul Mr lr. link Ii '11.I11R4 ( n
f- mil.n In Oklahemi t'it Thc l f
f.i I ji w ton on th hmi. inn tiuin
I lie TkIIik' KUlld nf the Ti uili F.rl
l.il rliurrli had 11 i-ty ii'.io.int meet-
Ihk .n Hit" rvt-tory ruiMl.i .ifternoon.
Tin pupil of MUki J. Ill) ilagti K rlKS
pan ti crltill KrlAi 1 idling .it flRht
oiloik .it licr Htildin ll K.it I'li'Ve-
Intiil ufnue '
Mm J t) Severens In attrwlhiK th Ti;
rltoriul l'rdi'rutlon ot Wbinan'a flul at
Iiwt(jn Shr In u tlolemitr fruni the
Mrs. V. O. Ittx Bve a (Himlmtary
rntrtainmnn: Wednesday afternoon in
honsr'of the Udlea of thr ICnrtoniplet
That's our idea and from the many many pairs of shoes
we sell that's the idea of the buying public
We Do Not Believe
That leather board and paper
to a shoo tho it enables a manufacturer to make cheap
shoddy shoe look nice and
good as au all leather shoe. The wear that's the rub.
That's the telltale of leather board paper and flllintf.
! 'That's when the wearer wake
t nothing' like lea'lier.
nice looking shoddy shoes
than all leather ones and it's
shoe will out wear two pair of
all leather shoes.
The House of
118 W. Okla. Ave.
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Mr nnd M's Bum Ooldst'ln hove re-
turned f om n buvlnenA trip to Wichita.
Knnai aud nre nan In lit home at 20C
Sirs. U t. Ind who ba.i been vllt-
tatc at t Ihmim of Mr. K. Meal. 11?
Mast Cleveland wveou returned to her
hatne in Oklahoma Cl:y Sunday.
-. ami Mr. WilllHm Shaw of Albla.
Iowa nrrlved In the city a few ilays nno
mid mill be the Tiieit of their daughter
Mr Miturli-e ICroetter for aevenil
m. )n III
Mrx i tV 81 "Ot horn went to OKlnhoma
('in Mundat wlmrc Ue will meet Mr.
olHi- Lyon wid Spent n week with ;er
In 1 Ik In horn iC1tt wlMrie lth hare
mini fl Unite.
lis on illt that . Mirt'll k4ilnK l
i.iki Ii e in (ItitHrie befo-x at; Chr'nt-
111 ix liolldii)s. Tb- imti .' ii-h M-.-ililn g
-'.ii In Cuthrle w ltn filubei 1 ain't 1
' 1 1 mi n bride
Jtli j Mice ViMlrh left fr Henttl .
Wanali.. Monday mornlnK wteeitif mil-- will
iiu&w future home. J!l- Yeatch If well
known in the ChiIi.U City M here
In th curly day
Mrn. 'V A Krnaler nnd Mr Cfcrla
11. K0eHi will return fpim lawtna bf
way of Oklahoma City uhea they wll
upettd 1'ridMy and 8ntuiIn u rumU if
Mr J. O It Jfalaell
j jfi. A. O. rVeott. preHld-nt of the Ter-
J ) Itorlal Kedeidoti of Wnmon'R olubi
wa In llutbrle Monloy btween trains
on her way to 1-jwlon hcre be will
.ntlend the Terrloi-tol Federation today
V bo 3
adds any wearing qualities
from appearances to be as $
up to the tact tn.i there is
can be bought for less price
true that a good all leather
cheap shoddy shoes.
is in buying; the jj
the All Leather
Guthrie Okla 1
Tswhrf itnH ThlirV.fctv Htn- nrittci
rntro a vei-v plriMin'. Oml sstnerlvtiil
M l fc wirwuis tef Mwfev for
1 1pilt nf Nimi rtnritton with relatives
hi Vi-kime-i it and Newton Kansas
X k WmnrM ! (h moth r of Mr O
.1 Hurt of lhif . tty
1llr J H M "i of tin ftrnantng
lilh Ht Htntwalc pns.cil thrusrh Oil h-
rl' Mnndai fnmnte to l.nwtnn where
Htn will attend the Tfirltn Int Fcdirn-
Hmi of 1Amriirs i lubs.
Mr. John Holes returned from Wen th
erforV! Tueda-v evening where she Inn
been to visit her dnughter. wh Is in
Chang of the music de-mitner.i r tin
mitrrwestem Noi trail n: tliat place
The Rreelstor club ww entertained nv
f:. J. J Abell Monday afternoon
her home mi Bast Noble. The lcHrm
wa- conducted by Mr.- Ituok. the nui
Ject for the afternoon being 'V h i
The Sbapir ire iltili Old not unit
'Ivbj wee on account of eeveril of in
member Koine 11 way to nttond t.ie mi 1 1
Inn of State Federation of Okl.1ho1.11
Wbroan'n olulu at I.nwton Oct 1 1"
Mln Julh-- Wrlirht wb h.m lieiMi
atenojrinfiher In thp Kimki.i1 Inninince
ntreiH-) of Hllllnffaley A M'onnll for
-game month rat ha rceia;ned 10 t.ike
a more 'eialive position wltn the fluth-
fle He aiMJ'Fuel i-ornturny.
A peaitaant trix o'clock dln-n 1 .11 the
Elk hotel wan given by Mm W T
Wnrren Sunday evening to a party of
frlentl) who were. Mr. and Mia. A. A
flrlob and Mt. nnd Mr O II Zlmmn-
man and Utile wn Wallace.
Mr 11 nd 'Mm i L. Newkudl f.h have
lwwn the jrueats of lh- pnrentu of th-
farmer. Itr. nnH -tot. J. tl Newland. left
Sunday mornlnjt tiyr ChlUcothe. Mo.
wH Mt. TSewlutid ) new-mwr In-
teresta bliit .editor of the Constitu-
te. Mr. amA Jr. S. T). French of Tnneka.
Kwma. ore the tnraatta at '.Mr. W. l.
Sewnrt t 407 Maat Noble. Wr. and
Mra. Kretiefc 1111 vlH in Oklahoma to-
morrow after irtrtoli UHar vwlll retuim to
Outlirle nnd remain utitP Sartttrtkty a
gueata of Mrr. Stewart then rietmrtrntf
The Camln-ldn-e elub mt In the -lab
roonia at CarneRie library laa4iy aft-er-noon.
The aubject ttnde.' dlscuanlon.
Trealdent Pierce' admlulntrattoo tSe
life of Henry Clay nnd ComroratM of
18W were very Intereatlngly nreHted
and an exliauatlve resenreb Into the
ivcutu was made.
Ml- Helen Green at 802 Ba t Sluing -or
avenue entertulnod the Orient club
Mond.ii nrternoon. Tho life of Oliver
Wi'ndvll Ilohnee wiia dlcued at lennt'.t
nnd a veiy plea-ant afternoon apont.
Mli Oreen aerved a llirht luncheon afte.'
the bulnra of the meeting which raw
erv iiiiu'h enjoyed.
A the "Mlaoellaneoua Shower given
by the Iadlea Aid aoolfetr of the Curia-
tlnn chu.rh Wltiilay nte'iiwin unite a
nt.iiiMr of article were eolloctod for tlio
Cbrtatma sale. A very plwnnt ao-
eU nftornoon Me siteut n the ladle
of M church are noted for their sale.
tM. ami entertnlnment.
The foll.vlni; vtoltora are regie'ered at
CnmlRle llbipry: Mm. May lload Jewoli
City. Kk.; K. C Wheeler Fawtioe; J. C.
lMwnrdH. Olcfwilttw I T.. K. lllorer
Hlnwatlia Kaa.; Dr. C. Clianoy. Now
Guilford. O.: Mrt. Annie U Taylor Do-
ver III.; XV II. Austin. Co 'tie I. T.
Oklahoma.11: Mm. V. M. 1.. Itay of
Guthrie Orninl Matron of the Oklahoma
Order of thu Hnstern Htar wait the
Kueat over Sunday of Mrs. Sarah I'.
Walker. At a reception tflm at India
Temple Saturday evening lit Mr. Uay'e
honor ah was presented villi a vry
liflndttomo rut glaaa bonl by tho local or-
der. Mia Alloa Virginia llarrroft a mar
ried lu Guthrla Sunday evening to Wil-
liam Alboii traveling- aaleaiHau and
third iMMOnutn lit Outlirl' Indupendent
bsjueUtll learn this eaon. ltv. Harry
Omar Soott norfortnlnir the erwrsn'.
Mr. Wihton waa formerly an' outtleldet-
with the Itocbester De Molae and
I'ottland league teuma.
The Tuedaj Buchr.i oluL was enter-
tained UtH week by Mr. J. M. McCon-
nell. Mrs. Thrall won the nrt prlaa
the bine Itand going to Mm. Adolph Web
ber. Mm. Webbvi nud Mi t'roxton itere
the honor guetx. Mrs McUonnell al-
wa gives plennint ertlcrtaliiiiii-nu and
her guest on this occasion lnir ii;imii
to know thin to he true. '
Thursday Whist Club. I
The Thursday Whist club wn enter-
tained my tin. Adolph Weber yvsterdu;
afternoon. Mrr. Wilder won first p lie
Mr. MUUken second prise aud the
guest pruje went to Ms. Kuger. The
follow lug gueats of the t'.ub were pres-
ent. Mesdanu-s Johnson Hyeis. ICog :.
Ruai. UndHall. McKarland and Thrall.
Oklahouuu)- Mrs W A. Prasier and
Mrs. Chaile II. rIUo if Ouliuio. ar-
rived yesterday uf ternoo.i aud aro the
guests until they leave today for Ijiw-
ton to attend the Womsr.'s rVderation
of Clubs of Mrs Oscar IlaUoll.
Mr. and Mrs. Q A. Smith entertained
at lunch Sunday Mia Vorna Weiser of
Bdmond. Mr. Karl O. IlotaVins of Kd-
moiui wild Mr. Vera C Knejper. of
Outhrle in honor of Miss Ma ("or win
of Maryvllle Mo
The ladies uf the Social circle of the
Presbyterian church spent u very pluus-
ant afternoon wl'h Mn IYed C Hurst
Wdnesday afternoon They art planning
to hold a bassusr ubout the 7th of Nov-
ember and the plana Indicate that this
Is to be Q-UHe an interesting nff.ilr as
it will be out uf the ordinary In that
there will be something side a sale of
fancy work randies and I'hilstnins in ti-
des in general What tl.u i to Im. will
le unnuunced Inter
Auxiliary f the Audubon Society
The ll.t ulltr Audubon .uvh.1
isi mui urganiavu v tsnvsaay ui
tenteon b tb children of -he
chaol In uhlih u la. go nuinb. r of Hit-
pupils wire very much Interested The
society was uiguuisod w lh a number of
charter membtv and elected its tlrat uf-
fleers w follows Master McKay Kneisly
president; Msf .- ltalpli Stewart vksi
vsidst; MJm Jossphlsis IUstr
retary and Miss HUnebs IMnnd. trosis.
A Perfect Godsend
Mrs. Bessie Spencer completely used up tried doctors nnd
medicine without good results. She states thnt Duffy's Pure
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BhCtSX. v aaawoa
MRS BESSIE SPENCER
ift &n SMOlutelv nun
rentle and imicerilHiE
titsucs. tones up li heart gives pe no Hi
heart gives none to Hi
clcv and richneis tn the blood. It brings into
tion pcriei.1 and tnnlile you to get fioin the
tains. 11 is invaiuame tur verwtKpu men
delicate women and tkkly children. It strength-
ens and sustains the system is n pretaeter of
good health and longevity males the old
young and keeps the young strong. Duffy'
is the only whiskey Ihst has been reegnirtd
ss a mddicine and is guaranteed absolutely
free from fueel oil. Seven thousand doctors
prescribe and 2000 hospitals use Duffy's Malt
BEWARE of dangerous Imitations and
substitutes. They are positively harmful
and arc sold .for profit only by unscrupu-
lous dealers. .Look for the trade mark
the "Old Chcmlsi" on tUc label and be
i certain the seal over the cork Is unbroken.
MlLdrupglsts and grocers or dlrcct$loo
.1 bottle. Doctor's advice nnd medical
.booklet free. Duffy Malt .Whiskey Co.
urer It I to tie hoped that thse younjr
people will continue lnteieated in till
.work nnd eaiioclally so as It is to Outh-
;le and to it young people 'hat the hon-
or uf having the nist auxiliary sonlety in
The ladles of the "hrltrtlMi cuuwb
g.ve a "Mlscelluiii ui linowor at tb -realdeuee
of Hot Ventre" Wednesday
afternoon for the 1m ntft' of the CbrlstnuiS
ale. All the ladles uf the hurch Willi
titeli frtmd weiv Ijnited. A uVe f this
Kiss4 Is held e -1 veur. usually nltout
the middle of I ember tir tle lene-
fit of the rhureh It Is eonslderod nulte
an Interesting nfftli nnd the ladle are
sparing no Tsoik thl ye ir to nmke It
iiniiUHtl u All lonlrlbii' lulls
.The following vlsl nrs registered at
the Carnegie llbri'j Mrs Jennto Steph-
ens Hvi AMlson. Onthrie. Mr. nnd Mr
J. II. lfutibard. Ktroud. Marvel Italne.
ltuth Hodges. Stillwater. I'.'R Waggon-
er Norrrutn. Mrs J It. Ilruner Mis
Myrtle Di'tiner Novlnu: W. If Ward
Win. Craldlt. Itin-lieater I ml O R.
HucV Outhrle; T N. l.on. Mungtini. K
It. KmenhUjir. Krederlck II. Mallow.
Hchlta; 8. T. Oragg l)ell. S. M.
Sherard. Creseotit; Hamilton Johnson
A very pleasant Informal high live
party was enjoyed by n few fnonils of
Mis Cornelia Old Mondt.y evenlne. The
high prlrc was won by Miss I.lnda Oreg-
ory. tho booby being givon to XV. II.
WhlUor. Those prosont wer Mrs. K.
V. Croxton Miss) Rva Gregory Miss
I.liula Oregoty Misa Jennie Averv MJsg
iHtki CrclUon. Mlas Winnie Mutctiatt.
Miss Dai. Matcltstt; Mesar. Kben
Pyle. Karl C04 Hart Croxton. Bdwln
Nlehols Norma n Smith. W. It. Walkef
Kre.1 Hoehl K U Cstmsoll.
The Acorn Club.
The Aeorn club waa entertuinod liy
Srr. John Hlldrotli Friday Hftornoon
.mil roiid.-ed tha foUowlug nrogramms:
Itoll all Quotations from Cttesar.
Hl-tory of the Times.
Cause of the Aets br Mrs. lllxon.
ArKument of the I'tay Mrs. Itamsfty.
Who wrote "HUdlbrnB" and wSat is ItT
A light luncheon was served nfter
th pi-OBramme. whleh waa very much
enjoyed by M. Hlldrotli' Buotts. The
ladiss spent .1 moot delightful after-
noon. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson enter-
tained at high five Monday evening at
their home on turner of Mflnsur and ltth
street in commemoration of the evn-
While You Wcrk'
That i.miiiiIs lutrti loxii tl
I.e.iHiniitg in tiirrec:
Itest Nlgnliii i "(oinfo t" .fid th !'.
. uiiifo t In wni king with u lean bruin
fcti.idv ii'iMn poseM-d of the 0111-m-l.iiM
piiiu i to "do thtuits and still
have a lot of thought und I'litrgi stoied
up fJt moit work
To Im- in faiiioii nowudayi. one iiumI
be able to do omt'lilng well that 'e-
itil. st.tnoiirt lU'lUlty and o ivitlj
thought out plain.
The 'gcntUiuen of leisure' belong to
i-1. 1 not in demand in this
eountry at the preae.it time Tb- mod
e'11 gentleinaii Is a
not a me
' looker-on "
lndlvWu.iU differ In tbelr .tbillls In
plun and exiute but human encrg) li
largely dil.-. from food Aid that
food l best which supplier till the re-
tjul'emeota wl h the least cxpenJltur- of
bodily (dlge'tivei effurt la cone-.'t it
Urape-Nuts ths Product of a food
enport's expvrimsiiu nnd pat-thai PPl-
eutlon during many years oun'alns th
nitrogenous leinents of Held giilns
(wheat and ba ley) tlutt repair tissue-
waste Thin wat" Is greater or lis In
.ui-onlii. with the activity ut he ii-
ll luiiiuiiii. ilo the arbohJ .ii's of
st irch eleiiu tit (changed in makliiK
Oiue-NuU. into soluble sugar for ab-
sorption Alio '.lie blood strv-uiil which the
vital feicss convert into ene-gy
It i.i.ilain- ilso the hlgttly iinpo. t.tnt
! ph upl tl. of uittish wlii Ii ili v st in
I iiul i . l. eonilii'iing with all.uiiHii
lilt" tin ll Hi .u iji.ij uuttL. "f b. tin
it a uerve ent re. WUete u-ape-riuis
iu I foim. Uw l of oo4. lh. digestive or
u.inn do ihel. woilc easily and naturally.
j .... ..... in... ...i nn vn. av
-.M 11. fW.. ...' .-.-.. w - -- w
and keeping the tissues In perf"' repair
trun thev test. wUUe this eaorgy i t
the command of tne Individual to work
with in comfort 4Jte rost of wlwlesome
activity. Then JWH Uie wsk count
rtie-J-'- 7T" ."ikB. f p
Nuts -i"y " ftU3v
Malt Whiskey helped her from
the start and restored her to the
best of health in a short time.
Mrs. Spencer filled with grat-
X hmf been using Duffy's Pure Mslt for
four month sad 1 m so glad ss it h done
me more good thsn sll the doctors' nwdtdnts
I hr taken. I know that 1 worked very
hard and waa failing (sat every day until I
began to taki this wonderful l'ure .Malt Wide
ky and 1 inrciy can praise it anywhere in
the will wvi id and am net ashamed to ptale
it aniidnt th..un.l of peefte. I knew that It
brought me out of hard sulTerlng. I had to po
up st.urs one foot at a time and when I got
up 111 the morning I could not aund on my
feet for tome lime my limit would tremble
so under me ami when Duffy's was recom-
mended to me I tent and got it as soon as I
could and before 1 had taken one battle of
Duffy's Malt I could walk and go upttalrs very
well This tredicine waa a perfect godend to
me. and I expeet to praitc it as long as I live
and I do hope that you may sell more of it
all over the land and that it may reach many
a sufferer as it ould prolong tlielr life for
(Signed) MRS. BESSIE Sl'KN-
t r K Eauton Talbot Co (oldboruugh
. Talbot to . tioldaboruugh St..
Md. Ap'i II o&
simulant and tonic buiKK up tlic nerve
brain. itrenR'li and elattuity to the tnus-
brain. itrenR'li and elattuity to the mui
action all the vital forces it makes diges
food you eat Sll the nouruhmrn'
teeitth aiiniveisari nf H.Ji wedding.
The l.id U a prises m.e won In Mrs.
Wilson nnd Mrs. Askew. Mrs Wilson
whiniig first prise Mrs. 1'eiveoi'k was
awarded the ronsoluthm 'le. Tttr gen-
tlemen's prtsea vrere won hv Mr. IJacli-
told and Mi 1'eac K-v Mr. Iliehtold -winning
the II' st mid Mr Cunningham wum
gien the consolation prize. Those en-
Jojlng the lvnspitallty of Mr. and Mrs.
Wllsmi were M. -ind M.'a I"eaoock Mr.
and Mis ('has I'unnliiKh nu Mr. and
Mis I.'..ic!ii..nn a nil daughter. Mil
Rerllin l.indotmiiin Mr anil Mi" Ma-
fleld and M. Askew
Mi's Maud Marshall of this city nnl
e(M.. Kniine.t Scobaugh. of Crescent wars
nun 1 lett inst Saturday at tne episcopal
rect..r by Ilev. A. B. Nioholas. Mis
Marshall Is tho charming daughter of
Mi n.id Mrs Jnmea Marshall 309 South
First st. cot ami ha nuinv fr lends in
Outhrle who will regret lolng licr. She
was n graduate of Logan county high
school hi: year and hi a very accom
plished young lody. Mr ScobaiKth I the
son of Mr. WlUtnm Scolmugh one of
)4gun county's wealthiest farmers and
n iMinv er in crescent where the yountr
couple will reside. Ho ! an estimable
youtrg man ntul litis all the trails that
go toward inaitlnK a home happy. Mr.
and irti4. Scobaugh hue the bea wishes
of their many friends.
"The club Indies of Outhrle did not ex
ercise a vast amount of interest in the
federutlon meeting held at I-awton thU
weelt" remarked a lending Outh.Ie club
woman thin morning "and as a. penalty
for the oversight Guthiie did not share
much In the distribution of officea. Mrs.
Threudglll was a veiT ' active candlilutc
fo: the prcBklenoy and forminl a rather
net combination. There woro various
reasons for our club women bolnc quies-
cent this year. At the Shawnee meetii.?
Guthrie was out in force Mrs. Itobber.
of Klngllsher wtis then playlm- the polltl"
cal srnmo. Several weeka ago a stroiu
effort was made -to induce Mrs. Vraekr
M'r. Dale Mrs. Carter to entor" tho rn
for the fedtuttiou presidency but the
steadfastly refused. Mrs. Hume. I shall
always believe should be tho fodetallon
president now. She 1i a plmieor In th
work and ought to have 1 tn ele i'c' and
Mrs. Ceo. H. Willis Entertains.
Mrs Geo. IT. Willis onterUlnel h-
many friomls among; '-lis marrltl ladles
of Outlirle Thursday nftoniooii at her
home at 461 Hast Nobis avenus. Ituchrn
was the name of the nftornoon. Mrs.
Dreyfu receiving the n-st prise. His.
Cotterul the lone hand the consolation
pilse going to Mrs K.iyinukei. Tho
hous" a handomel decorutid with
oses and dahtii.s. and the beautiful
eostiimes of the Unites set off b the
tininiuwl fare of the wo.irer foi nied a
d-llghWul. lu'llliant oene
The ll-t of InilU'd gtn U U a fol
low J Me?dame.s Craig Kpur lei Btew-
nrt Kuintx. tine. Pouglai. F. aler
Cole Carpenter Uu.ke Holes. Farquhur-
viii Gray. Havighorxt I.lllie. lie rod.
Hunt. Iltiglie. Itaiiijav Hmilbcrg. Ita-
maker. Speed. Kinknld W-en. A'an
Voorhi-c Ji S.-ton. Itambo MoNeal.
I.evv. lloflus Houston. Hlxon lale
Cunningham liurford Hlack Uraun.
Ileh' Utlllngslev ilelund. Darker. Hlerer.
Ileadles ilurnes. Horde Asp Ca-lln Spur
tock Wlnton Magann. HllJreth Cot'.er-
al. Hainill. ltucka. and Mrs. Dreyfus of
INmicu Cltv who was the out of town
I.iglit luncheon artistically arranged
was erved afto- the game all of which
was very much enjoyed by Mrs. Willis'
guests Mrs. Willi" will entertain "he
young ladles this ufte.'uoon an ent'-
talmueut which all are looking forward
to with Joyous untlcipatlon. for the
gracious reence. tact and beauty of
ne chwming hostess inaK her a social
e among both matrons und maids.
The Federation of Wor en' i luiis.
which has Its annual meeting at Ijiwton
this week la being well a '.tended aud
much interest is being evidenced. Kv-
e.ylhing points to a perfect amalgama
tion of the Oklahoma and Indian Terrl-
or Federation and when thb Is uo-
ixiiiiplllnd more good wot a than ever
Infoe In the I'lKloiy of the Federation
will lie diuii The kubjm Is of most im-
piutui.i iluiing this c.inviniion will be
tlie .in. stion of i hlld laboi ctimpuU iry
education aud fu estry pu. tec ion. Tha
that uf I lies giieillons hi; not yet be-
come a seuou question in Oklahoma but
with the establishment of taa larger
manufae'.uies which will come with pro-
grtss and time. It will become so. This
uteelltm- of tb Federation is wry oppor-
tune. In that it will enable the Udles to
make and perfect plan for tegtotatlon
on these Important points In tho semlna
o.tntfcmal eenventlsMU It ta ipod by
a oontverled effort of the FedrMlan."f
WVirrin rlnb of Amerlet that eome-
thlng mnt be done in the ma'ter of legW-
Intlun ntnlnst chll.l I irmr. which In a
great ninny InetHnee me ma pi noOoally.
laery. Thli I paperlnlly true of ji
cotton mills In the South with uhloh 'he
lndlea of the southern stiffs me niot
A ionentlon of the most reflnrd and
oul Tit c rt Indies of Hip two tet iltorlcn. fur
the inuiwii above menlloned mii'l be
ptndin tle f good results Tho lndlif
of the l.iton f"lt Fedemtlon nre enti r
lulnlng the xlsslllnst Indies loyally A
most elaborate reiitlon held ut the
Chninber of Cotnm i.e Tuewlay Pionlng
nt which only tin- members m the until
Fed t.itlon the t ite offipers and dele-
gates nnd huabiiid of my f the la-
dle wre inosint The best musical and
eliiiullnniiii mien ..f the it wis aeleet
ed fm the entert iliitiient .uul the num-
lieta ver iiiu h 11J mil
So great i the intend une from some
point thnt ipelil i. ore rh trtered
This mee'lng i all It hi eaneoted to
lie and 11 complete lenmt on the retir.n
of hK'iil delegates mlH show the result
(Jo to tho city Imll and regls'er.
t4 'gest Chain Cables.
What a 0 said to bo tho larReat
chain cnl los ever made for nhlp's
use have boon turned out In South
Walo. 'i'ho Iron bar uboiI In mak-
ing the links Is three and throo-
quarters lnclios in dlanuler at tht
maU8Bt part. Each link Is aboul
224 lite !ios long ami wolghs about
160 poll ds
When teatod for strength lliv
bronkln stress of JG&.7 tons requIrtM
by law InstoJul af fracturing thouu
gigantic links simply olooajAtetl Uim
about no Inea. With the highest
Blress hat tM iMtlng machln troulu
gf'". a lout 370 tons tho links i?1 oweii
t.o ats is of cmcks or fracture Ku
Vrt I nplement Sb.
Most Answer for Our Deeds.
One of the brlghtont jewels In the
frown of tho teachings of tho groat
moralists In all ages Is imqiietstlona-
bly tho doctrine that sins aro ot throo
i I lids In thought In word ami In
deed. Hut ot tho three tho tlcod Is
that for which wo are moat fully re-
sponsible. it Is Shorter.
Is tho modorn slang "akltloo" any
Improvement on tho old sland "ske-8-dle?"
HEADACHES AND NEURAL-
QA FROM COLRS
I.AXATIVB IlItOMO Quinine the world
wide Cohl and Qrlp i-emedv tomoves
cuuso. Call for full mime. Iiik for
slgnntiire IS W. (Jrovc 25i
New State new Money at 6H per
cent Ileasonable eommlsslrtns on farm.
I'HTBIt JI5I.SMA Itoom 4 198 Weat
Tho Into Michael Davitt coined a
nou word "sunburstry." His speeches
woro nlwnys couched In torse nnd
practical language and he had an In
tonso dislike and an unconcealed con
tempt for thut grandiloquent species
of Irish oratory which consisted of
long sentences full of rolling and le-
verberatlng adjectives. This style of
speaking ho called "sunbuistry." from
an allegorical picture to be found In
many Hibernian homes showing Erin
emerging Into freedom and prosperity
frith the sun. bursting fcxm the clouds
THE TEXAS WONDER.
Cures all Kidney Bladder and Ithes-
matlo troubles. Sold by all druggists
or two monthB' treatment by mall for
1.00. Dr. B. W. Hall. S9: OUts
street EL Louis Ma
Harness for oven used In Laos.
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always liought
Signature of C&x&jfficitfc&M
A complete line of Nurstry StjeU Se
mo pofere ptselng your o-der.
W. II. HllCItS Manager.
no to tho city hall and register
The Antiseptic Uartoer Shop try tt
Saro of Household Silver.
Having road or been told that pota-
to nater will eloau sliver I have tried
t tor several weuks; and tho method
oromlsea to reduce such work to a
minimum. Kaeh day at dinner time
Uie water la which potatoes have
bolltal Is poured Into a wide pan. In
thU Is arrnngbd all the silver as It
conic from the table. There should
be water evifficlent to cover the silver.
and it is left In tho pan Ull tho dlshen
are washed. The first two trials
look rift l be egg stains and after a
week all general tarnishes bad dis-
appeared. Silver powder was applied
to a few obstinate spots and the en-
tile collation looks as it freshly
wmrod- Mar A Clark
s 1 9 '-'
Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh
Unless Hands Were Tied Wasted
to a Skeleton Awful Suffering for
Over a Yoar Grew Worse Under
Doctors Skin Now Clear.
Anm n uamp niFr.
BUT FOR CUTICURA. f
"My little son Then about ft yoar
nnd a half old began to linvo porot
como out on his face I had a phy
sician treat h.m
but tho Bores grew
worse. Then they
began to come on
his arms then on
other parta of hia
hotly ami men ono
camo on hh chet
worso than tho
others. Then I rail-
ed another nlivri-
clan. Still lie grew worse. At the end
of about n year nnd o. half of suffering
ho grew so bud I had to tio hia hands
in clothe nt night to keep him from
scratching thciwitr-Miml tearing thefe-di.
"lie got to Ik- a mere skeleton and
was hardly able to walk. My Aunt
advised me to try Cutietirn Soap and
Ointment. So great was her faith in
it that she gave me ft small piece nf
Sonp to try and 11 Httlo of the Oint-
ment. I took it homo without any
faith but to please her 1 tried it. ntul
it seemed to dry tip the sores ft little.
"1 sent to the drug sloro nr'l got a
enko of the Sonp nnd n box of thn
Ointment nnd followed the direction
nud at tho end of about two months
the sores were nil well. He haa
never hat! any wres of any kind since.
"Ho is now strong and healthy
nnd I can sincerely suy that only for
your most wonderful remedies my
precious child would hnvo died from
those terriblo sore. 1 used only onr
cako of Sonp and about threo wwa
of Ointment. (signed) Mrs. Eg-
bert .Sheldon It. r. IX No. 1 Wood-
ville Conn April 22 1905."
Csmptrte Eitmwl smt internal Treslmtut tor Etry
Ilttmsr from llmptes to Ht'rufuls from Infancy to Ac.
CottiUttnf of Ciitlctirs Hosn . tlliitm.nt flflo. ltiw
Tf st W. (to form of Chocolslr Oostfil 11IK XV per Ti.l
of ah msy be hail of til ururrlitt. A rinslt tof ten curt-
If r llrug Ik t'hf m. Corp. &! I'rop IIaon.
SU-MsUil 1 tec" Uev to Cure luby lludotl."
Will Speak in s
s: uutnne on
I OCTOBER 27
Saturday Evening1 Oct. 20.
ORVILLET SMITH Dem-
ocratic candidate for Consti-
tutional Convention will take
up Mr. Asp's case.
and CURE THE LUNGS
Burest and Quickest Cure for oil
THROAT and IiTJNQ TROUB-
LES or MONEY BACK.
O "HEW TO THE LINE O
O LET THE CHIPS FALL O
O WHERE THEY MAY." O
O No man wl is financially pon- O
O n acted with a corporation that is O
O seeking privileges ought to aet O
O as a member of a political on O
O gaulaatton. because he oan act O
O represent his corporation and O
O the people at the same time. He O
O can not serve the party while he O
O U seeking to promote the finan- O
O ctsl Interests of the corporation O
O lth which he is connected O
O V J Bryan O
sfl y 1
' 'sA ftJrn A
fy 1 &
Especially night coughs. Nature needs a
little help to quiet the irritation control the
Inflsmnution check the progress of the dis-
ease. Our advice is give the children. Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your doctor if this is his
advice also rttinowsocsi. uoasucsavs.
Ws tT as smtsU t W publish J. O. y Cs.
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