The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 133, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 26, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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If There Was
Any way for us to improve dn our
LADIES' SHOES at $200.
$2.25 $2.50 and $3.00 we would
likctp do it. "We Jiavc so carefully
considered the style and leather the
lit the looks and (feneral appearance
that wt believe they are as near per-
fection as possibly can be.
You call and carefully inspect them.
We'feel sure that you will agree Villi
us that they are the best you ever
saw at the price They are just a lir-
tie belter than you would e'xpccl to
get for the money we ask for them.
All Goj Marked in Plain
Figures and Sold at 0 N'E
PRICE to AH Alike.
118 $?&& Oklahoma
-. . Wl I
in cases of money borrowed to repel
uivitgi.ui.1 uumirvsu uiaurtx'ULiuu ur u-
vido for public defense. I
Section y .Neither the fltato nor
nny county lly township lown.schoo'
district or .any other nolltlcal subdt
Vinton shall loan or give Its credit or
make donations to or In uld of any In.
dividual association or coropratlou ox
copt P'r necessary support of tho jtoor
Tho. nkte 8ha.ll not engage In any
work 1 1 Internal Improvement unloss
nuthofued by n two-thlrds vote of tho
(By Associated Proas.) "
SL Louis. Mo. Jan. 26. lit ltcv.
Daniel 8 TmUd doart Of the Protest-
ant Episcopal bishops of tin 1'ulted
States 1 celebrated hU m uHUi'ta
i!uik . ".
-i.Comrr.aml'i tho . Consumer's
4 '. i Conlldcncc
CONSTITUENTS but to
b:&e every ingredient the very best in point of PURITY and '
QUALITY that could be obtained.
.yc established a standard of PURITY dnd QUALITY
and MEDICINAL STRENGTH that has been maintained for
alltHe years and every Cascarct tablet has been as harmless .
purel gentle and effective aa ovary other one.
. T&e substances that enter into a medicinal formula to pro-
duce the desired effect to be SAFE fend ever TRUST WORTHY f
MUST be clean fresh carefully selected and compounded with i
painstaking supervision. j
The eternal vigilance necessary to secure the ingredients of
Cascarcts in the most PERFECT CONDITION so as to get'
the best effect without any danger from intruding substances'
hess never been relaxed.
Wfap.Jrls the result?
There has nrver been a diiappolutmant never n complaint. Tho people i
ef America are today buying over ONE MILLION BOXES a month of Cas-'
a car.sts Candy Cathartic a recognition of their dependable qualities to do what
II Is. claimed for thcra as the beat medicine TORTHEBOWELBas yet discovered.
(( . Our patrons are alt our friends loynl and more than sattaQr of the stead-
Nj5itL hbnest reliable MERIT of our praparatlon. It Is today tho greatest
FJpCLYc MEDICINE in the world.
' Wft attribute Ccscnrets fjrcjst succtoe to PURITY QUALITY and
MEDICINAL EFFICIENCY backed by Truth and Honesty Tu our dcaliugs. (
-The Ccnsr'' of tfco Unltcuvbtates on June 3p IS0$ pawed a PURE
FOOD AND Of'liS AC'i io protect the health of tho People against adulter-
ation valtirn 'ii ui.i' (..iieiS procos-sel. This law went Into effect January
I lV7 aud nU he to banish all qustonab!e practices cod preparation. Wc
adorse ?he law.
The essence of this law was anticipated by the makers of Cascareta when
r the firet lss was made ten years ago and every precaution was Ufccn to cstab
Jif u Ci'scarcta as the aUlJIrd reliable and responsible Bonel medicine for the
VVj sUoll continue in our purpose to produce the best product possible and
S.irr(?uJ of the confidence of our friends a commercial confidence which will
iwH betrayed AUdruBBsW10cf25rc. TryaMtJe JOc box TODAY
Ave. Guihrlc. Okla i
birthday today and won the rwmiont
u a noon ni congrnuiuujonB from a) I
parts oTtlio country" Considering his
yonrs tho venerable bishop Is anjoylut?
good health and haa almost completely
lecovored from tho sorbins Rinusa of a
yoar ago. It lb Just forty years since
ho was consecrated missionary bish-
op of .Montana. Utah and Jdaho. lu
18SG ho was transferred to. the Mis-
souri dlocoaso. . .
lined shoes at c'ost'; Robin
The lv.o outlines of tho new nddj-
t'on to the Masonic Tomplo loom nip
and moko a very much changed appeal-unco
on tho corner of Oklahoma
vVhen Cascarcts Candy
Cathartic nvccc invented in
3G ar.d the formula was
perfected after much expert-
in' ntal labor by highly scicn-
title chemists it was our aim
not only to produce a perfect
combination of EFFECTIVE
Tmmjmwgmm -mam ig
Qives rest to the stomaoh. Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach
tired stomach vroak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous
stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
frtptnt tk LiV
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triji to Camion.
Ims rolurnud from a
Miss Ik'rthn Lyon in In Itlploy vlslt-
in; with her biotlior.
Miss Rath DBimrnB spout Slinky
with relativoa in Kdmoitd.
Dr Wullace of Dnstlti. I. T Is tho
Btfest of Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Scott.
Mrs. . . Af. Stewart is In Oklahoma
City visiting her brother this wook.
Sirs tidf ar aIIi Is In tho oily from
Shawnoe nttondliiK tho convontlou.
Miss Amilc Swank wont to Morlilian
last iv.iirs t0 visit with hor parontH.
Mr and Mr. A. J. GSi'guson of
Prajo. nro i8ltors In the capital cit
Mi. and Mrs Frank jlall if Knlfl uro
in tho city rittondlnk the donvontlon.
Mm. It. S. 0'lJrITn mid litllp pon
Ralph ul-o visltfriB with rbrattves In
Miss McllJo Palntor is visiting Mlr.t
Poarl Rhodes lu Glitlnlo. OUlttlioma
Mr. and" Mrs '"vT .4. "1fu1hmlf of
jitalHton. nro in tho city uttondlng tho
Mrs. Will Hodges and daughtor of
Sllawupe are the gucBts of Mry Prank
OtamlUi thli weoli.
Mrs. Aunle Wilson f Sodnlln Mo..
Is visiting Mrs. Prank Olsmith 521)
BUst Porlrlns nvoniip
Mrs. J. 13. Sater wlfo of Dole-gato
Srator of BtlllWHtcr Is In the city nt-
it'iidlnK i!:o convention.
MIsb Noll Kolnor. of Shawnco Is
tho uost of Mr. Frank Olsmith.
5'JO Unfit PorkitiH ivcnuo.
Mrs. W. T. S. Hunt wlfo of Doldgnto
Ithnt or Oklahoma Cttv Is horo nltond-
1MB u. ww ua.
tio Rvnniatnn nii.i. hni.i lid mmilnr '
weakly niootlni: In tub clulJ rooms ntiItIU8a8 lu InvosUng In Logan crusty
mo unrnugio uurary Aionuny nuoi
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Mrs. Fnrr of Jowlon Kansas Is
in tho city vjsltltig l4v uUtbr. Mis.
J..tf. Ulldrotb 023 East Ciovolahd
Mrs! Geo. Rattorthwaltb of Wl:hltn
Is In tho olty visiting hor pnronlH Mr.
and Mr. Chas. Howe 8IG East Cleve-
Mrs J. Iy. Forrls of Stlllwator. Is In
tha city ftsltingJiaf pacanU.Mr. and
Mr-'. T..O. WhttWoy 1012 0aSt Cleve-
Mrs. J. n Tagart nnd hor daughter
Miss Fdntilo of Agustn JKnnsns aro
ln.tho.ojty vlHltlns hor sob II. J. Tag-
art and family.
Mm AV. W. Cox wlfo of Deputy
Marshal Cox has roturnod from a
tdn jlnya visit in Dallnf una othor
points in Texas.
lit. and Mrs. AUolbort llHhos who
have boon ' the rftieets 'of friends horo
lt4ive relUHied'- to their homo in Guilt-
rlu. -pklnhpinin. . .'
Sir. ahd Mrs. G. W. Garrjsu of Ok-
lalioilm City nro In tho olty Visiting
tlfclr dnltKlitor Mrs. C. C. lluxton. 6dl
N'nrili rjlfisioh stroot.
Mr and $Jrs it M. Coroon. of Shaw-
no returned hbine Monday ovetilng
after a Visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. B. h.
Spurrta.- over Sundoj'.
14(8 M. IS. Swltt. ftgont for tho Cen-
tral Lyceum Uarontf is lu tlio etty
fretii OhlbUgo. arranging for a loulurd
aursrj tfttfd ttoxt winter. j
Mrn Glias. Mooie wlfo of Dolegnto
Moalu or Entd l in tho city visiting
with lit' Ilitsbsunl and attoudlhg the
Mfa. Vfi J. AlbDnutel returned to her
hug In A&nnlngs last evening after a
weeks Hm. jit tho city with Mn. C. U.
MltehBll AVhb lias been vdry sick.
in? M. B. ehiira)iwm
SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1907.
Will. t M
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K5M5M - ?l!.:5n - 5
fhl-rsdiy .Inn 20. at
Mrs. W. L. Rhodes
tho homo of
Tlov. C. O. llrahuun anil family of
Quailing nro in tho city visiting with
frlonds. Rev. IlrannOn tfns pastor of
the 1ost Side MetllOnkt chinch hero
for a number ot years.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Plloji. of Nnshvlll"
Tenn. and Mtv. .Joo Hopkins of llos-
well I. T aro in tho city visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Ilutrfblo nml family
728 West Warner avomc.
Tho members of tho senior class of
the Logan county hifth School aro ore
lmrlng to put on tlio four net comedy
dinmu oiifitled "Gall" at tho high
school building February 12.
Mrs. Will Pattpi'snii cavo a six
course Qlrinor ht hoi fionlo on East '
Iognn nvoiuio Wodnosday In honor or
Mrs. Peltier. Tho evonlng was spent
ill playing high flvo nnd other onfil
gnmos-THoho .present wore: Miss
Catharjno Schndll Miss Resale Gnno
and MlBses Mary and Ruth Ilnmford.
Tho frlonds of Miss Maud Moon
gavo it sutttiae party in her honor at
the hmno' of Mr. Mid Mr . Robert
Moon JilpL Wejt Logan Wednesday
tn-nnlitg. 'rlio oocnBion being her
or veutC'-nth blrthdaj'. The ovonlug
wid aem at ganjeK. A Uireo course
V'neHpfni was semu d-.rlng the even-
ing. Tho friend- of Miss Anna Murtha
gavo a Burprl2i party lu her honor
Thursday nt her home. 110 West
Noble inenue. The evening was spent
at cards Those prMenl were: Misses
Nora Morrison MlnnlO Mom on and
Alfretta .leniilngB. Messrs. Kolsey
Don CrosB and Earl Conk. Reft call-
ments were served during the oven-
ic Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hargls. of Hoi-
ton Kas.. yho havo hosn tim guosts
Of their niece. Mrs. a a. Dennis left
'llntrsdny for a sliort visit with
mr- "araia ai8r Airs a. j. wugMit
tftt Lovell Okla. ThoV nio favorably
ij..ressed with atitlirlo and aro think-
!'' of tU l?'n8 "f tliolr Interests In
Mis. Cora D. Ilummett Mrs. Kato
Patterson and Mrs. Nell II. Iiimiiu
VURed tho constitutional convention
at Guthrlo Thursday and hoard tho ad-
dross pi Mrs. Nannlo R. Curtis or
Hjiormnn Tox. on tlio liquor traffic.
Mrs. Curtis is nntloiinl lecturer for the
W.. C -T U. and will dollvor an ad-
dices lu Oklahoma City some timo In
The Efudo club mot with Mrs.
Galea Crow Friday aftornoon. Tho
lesson was Tachnlkowsy. Many ln-
tore8tlng iKiInts were brought out by
the members. A nlano-solo wns ron-
deu! by Mrs G. W. Dlnson a piano
aolo by Edna Gray piano duet by
Mrs. Galen Ciow and Mrs Win Ullu-
coo volo solo tiv Mliis Goodrich Tho
club will meet February 1st with Mrs
Askew subject "Hack "
Fa m pirn
JE 0lMI HFlh i
JVrrtf tK y)J&&
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy la a Specific
Sure to Clve Satlslactlon.
GIVES RELIEF AT OIIOI.
It fleimsof Boothcs heals and protects the
dLtoouhl inoiubruno. Ii cures Oitarrb nud
times twey n Cold In tho Hondqulclly.
llotorea the Bonsoii of Twto and fimclL
ISasy to utu. Coutalai uu Injurious ilrugs.
Applied into tho new tills and absorbed.
Largo Hise HO Cents at Druggistii or by
mall i 'I'rlnl SIiet 10 eanta by muil.
ElY jM07NM. Wwrea .. few Ywk
3 1 R
rhe following viftltor rcKlsloi cd. tit
tho Cfiriienld Jibl-nt-y; J. D. Huttori
ttoosrfvblt; Dnrtt Westlake nnd K)so
Korr Troy dliioj Rtty It. Hoffmnn
c'lmndlnr; Knto Poll UilthH 8. It
Akley Dollihos Knfimisj Mrs. to. 13.
Vollltpictto Toledo Ohld; Mrs. M. V
Hedges fttut Miss Nell Kelner Shaw
nco; Mrs. I. J. Wilson Bcdnlln Mo.
i w. hints Springfield in : Mrs
A McPeok. Morldltth Mrs. 13. K. Wil-
liams Win. Ohio.
Thero will bo n mrotliiR of tho City
lVderatlbri nt 1 p. ni. Bhliudiy ut
which tho subject of vnccuintlon will
bu dlso etl frotn n physician's stntid J
ptitnt. All mothers interested are in-
vitrd to bo present uml usk nny iptos
tlons of the doetor.1 they do not un-
derstand. The object or tho meetlhR
In to testore amlcnl relations between
patents inti the dty health officers.
Mrs. N. M. Carter pto'ldent Miss
Anna Hutchinson secretary.
Mrs. Robert W Itnmsny entertained
at hor homo on tho corner oi Washing-
ton nvoti ' and Kim street last oven-
Ins In honor of her gncst Miss Lea-
lit of tola Kansas 'fho evening wan
spent at cards. Tho guests were:
MistvH Dona Osborne Edith Bamforu
(leo. H Hchlson. Kllznbeth McNeill
Maud Goodrich. Rtiliy MeNeal. Maud
Williams Bertha Sclnnup Edna Oray.
Lena Osborne Miss Sherburne Miss
Itartinau Aflss Rnrrlsh Josepl'lhe
Tldbnll and Nellie Palntor ot Okla-
homa C'ty. Mesdtmea Lyman Gray.
O borne. Williams. Honry Thompson
(Jeorgo Wills and Edgnr Powers.
Tho Eastern Star ladles played n
perfect suprlso on Mrs. .tohn Linden
man Tuesday afternoon. Tho after
noon was i pent at games. Se rrnl
piano and tocal solos weic rendered
nfter which tho ladles spread n dellcl-
o. lun boon which they biought with
thom. Thojuo In attondance wore:
Mcsdamos Doyo H. L. Strough. Clark.
J. Scolhorn Chas. Seoloy J. K.
Douglas L K. livorty A. L. Cock-
i Mil Wni. Wlltou Oocknnger Wlnnln
Aaw W. S. Wolls. .1. V. Daugherty
B. V. Hutqhln'. M. D. Loater Aronson
Rehftcld J. L. Calvert Mifl. Ford and
Tho Pastime Euchro nlub mot with
Mrs. A. IS. Johnson nt her home 408
East Mansrr ttvotwt last ovenltiff
The ovonlug wa- spent at catd. Tho
guests present wore: MosdanieH T. R.
Cottlngham Robert Sohlborg Lymnn
.- Cray. Molvtn Carter aul MrB.
crawront or ukiaiioma uity; mibsos
Pearl Rhodes. Esslo Cassldy and
The menu served
d jrlng the evonlng by tho hostess con-
sists of fjuall on toast hot potatoes
pickles hot rolls shorbct assorted
cnkes and corff'o. The club will meet
with Mrs. J.
M. MCConnoll next Frl'
for Infantu aud Childreru
The Kind You Have Always Bough)
re oi (Z&$fM&
O AT THE CHURCHES.
M E. ChurcH South.
(Corner Ilroad and Vllns.)
Sunday school 1C i. m.
Morning worship 11 a. i- vlth
Rov. Frank Naylor o' t io t.'oiistitu
tlonnl coti'"ntlon preaching.
Choir praolivo ThurKdny ovening nt
s o clOQK nndor the lepdoMlrp 'if prof
Evening worship. 7i30 o'olook.
Prayer mcotltlg Thursday 7:110
All ni-o cordially Invited to worship
J. E. DISCH Pastor.
First M-.-thodlct Episcopal Church.
(Cornor Ilroad & Noble.)
Sunday school 0:45 a. m.
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Junior league a p. m.
Epwoith lcaguo Qi'SO p. m.
Evening worship 7:30 p m.
vcntlon wlU preach lii tho morning.
W. II. ROSE. Pastor
First Church of
11 a. ni
Sunday school 10 n m.
Wednesday ovenlilg servles 8 p. m.
All ore Invited.
First Christian Church.
(Corner Ash nnd Noble.)
Preaching nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
oacli Lord's day.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Junlon Christian Endeavor 3 p. m.
Y. P. S. C. E. 0:30 p. m.
Tonahors mobtlngs on Wednosday
Prayer meeting Thprsduy ovenlng.
Choir rehorsal Frfday ovenlng.
All nro Invited.
First Presbyterian Church
(Cornor Noble artd Division.)
Rov. Harry Omar Scott D. D. pas-
tor. Sunday school 0:45 a. m.
Sorvlces morning and evening:
ovonlng them: "Faith Along tho Ltho
of Our Higher Aspirations."
Chorus chop led by Miss Carolyn
West srde M E. Church Directory.
Sunday school 0:45 a. m.
Preaching 10:t5 a. pi.
Clasn meeting ii o'clock.
Junlon league 2:30 p. m.
Epworth league 7:15.
Pronchlng 3 p. m
8. A. Society Wednesday afternoon.
Flrot Baptist Church.
(Cornor Vino and Noble.)
W. II. Dodooti. D. I). pastor real-
denco SOS East Noble.
Pranchlng XX a. m nnd g p. nt.
Sunday school 9:4t a. ni.
n. y p. u. nt 7 p. m.
Church prayer mooting Thursday nt
ii p. m.
Tlte .Salvation Army.
Ensign ahd Mrs. Breeding
! unwin.. i.
Come in aod
see our Saws
l !! IIMI ll ' m
mnndlng oftlcen. Rarracks 218 South
First streotf orflcors quarters Dll
East Vilas avenue.
Meetings every night except Mon-
day. Sunday 7 a. m.. Kneo drill.
Sunday 10:30 a .til. Holiness meet-
ing Sunday school 3:30 p. m.
Suuduy 8 p. m Salvation meeting.
(Broad and Noble.)
Rt. Rov. Dr. Drooko Ijlshop.
Rev. A. B. Nicholas pastor.
Early ccmniunion 8 a. m.
Sunday school. 10 a .m.
Soimon and later communion 11
Evonlng service and sermon r p. m.
Morning sermon: "Faith in Hu-
inanitj ; Faith in God:" oveiiluft sor-
liiQon. "Christian Atlilotlca."
Full surpllced choir.
Good music; everybody wokomo.
(Wost Warner and 9th St.)
Sunday school 10 a m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Evening Sorvlces at 7:30 p. m.
V. J. DWINNELL. Clerk.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tuko LAXATIVE PROMO Quinino
Tablets. Druggists refund money It
It falls to cure. n. W. GROVE'S sig-
nature Is on onch box. 25c.
TO HAVE A "FREE' SYNAGOGUE."
s. (By Associated Press.)
vNow York an. 2lf. At the Hudson
JJioatro tomorrow tho Re" Dr. Stephen
a. WUo will hold tho first of a series
of meetings to further his plans ror
a "fieo synagogue' in this city. Dr
WUho was the l'urtlond Ore. inbbi
who -wau approached about a year ago
jiy the trustees of tho rich Tomplo
Emanu-El this city In regord to his
accoptanco of that palplt. Uo refused
fo consider tho offor It was said on
tho ground that he wantod to bo nb-
feci toly unt-amnello Ho loft Port-
Ia"d. i-orevri aid taffo :o th'i rlty
The time to pro-
vent tho harmful ef-
fects ot fall winds
and wlntor's cold
is now. Fortify your
skin by feeding it
BERRY'S COLD CREAM SKIN FOOD
which will keep the hands face ueck
and arms soft white and beautiful
Red noses chapped rod rough scaly
gkln can not oxlst undor tho uso ot
BERRY'S COLD CREAM SKIN
FOOD which lu a Eoothlng. beauty
tprodilclug and most delightful cream
-suitabIo for every member of the
ifamlly. Excolont for drawing tho tire
from burns and curing all skin Irrl
Just tho thing to spoud the change
of brown on tho summer clrl to a
flioamy white. For men niter shav-
ing and for tho baby. Price 50c.
If ou H.tyo facial blomlshes oradl
cato thorn" tj using IJeautlola which
does the work in seven to tweuty-ono
days and acts harmoniously with
RKRItrS. COLD CREAM SKIN FOOD
k. Wft BeR and rocommend tho goods.
THE EAQLE DRUQ STORE.
A BEAUTIFUL FACE
Send stamp for Particulars and
TesUpiohialb or tho reined that clears
tho Complexion Removea Skin Im-
pel fcctfniiB. Makes Now Blood and Im-
proves the Health if ou take
beneficial results. aro guaranteed or
CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO.
Matllson Place Philadelphia Ha
lo carry out his. plans for a tree ojjia-
WR which ho ptuposes to nntko
freo to all hpspitablo o tho poor and
llrh inclusive alike of tho non-Jews
and tho Jew. Several wealthy Jews or
New York Invo vtune to Dr. Wlso's
asilptnnue and ho Is confldent that
with tho Interest which will bo arous-
ed tn lila series of meetings all ro-
ma.iiiufj iiiiBtaeios will bo removed.
WlLLlAM30N'C GOOD WORK.
Street Commissioner Williamson Js
1 1 .sy fllllmr I) drains and lendlttRtini?
atroot tilings. Williamson keeps busy
all the time He Is dertnlvly an lion-
est and cqiiHcientlous official and the
best street ccmmlsslonor tho city ever
G. W. Bruce
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT
Ruonifl L 4 6 Billingsley
Jiililiriff Guthrie O. Tk
Spuokt ttttntlen Jlvtn to the xam-
lnIon ot County Rceerdt.
ltl;4ncai--rordl of county cm-
inlnloner. to(tn county: Aorrf at
county commtsiloncrj Dewey Co. i
U'jarrt ot county oornmllntr.
Ulalno oeuntvt Board aruMMlid
rFottqwtoml county t any took '
Let Dlecfriclly Do Yeur
? fPlin TT.lrtt-tr- T.tfrVif tc fli
8 OAVelcoHiinrf Light
The Electric Light U the
only home light.
The Electric LJcht is the
orily healthy llijht
The Electric Light Is the
only clcacr light.
The Electric Light Is the
only bright light
Any other light I ii
f Hive your house "whed
Live comfortable white
vAtf GUTHRIE LIGHT
m. fOWER. CO
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