The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 6, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 9, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THK LitABCR. KJTHHIt OKLA. THURSDAY mXNm&.JWT
Upon By Mr. Cruce
' Perhaps tho most ntniisunl accomp-
lishment of tho campaign for governor
tho past week has boon tho rebuke
tcn candidates who Indulge In rmuV
throwing In order to secure n promi-
nence In tho political nrepn nNbwk-
papers of tho state both largo and
small arc demanding that tho party
bo placed above tho candidate. They
acenl danger In the flnal onl-como if
party dissension Is furthered by meth-
ods being employed as In tho past few
Hon. Lee Cruco candidate for gov-
ernor Ihi being given credit for turning
the tldo of public sentiment against
Ills remarkable self restraint has
eo far boon tho wonder of tho cam-
paign. Dripping1 rlth mul spattered
upon him by rival candidates ho has
faced tho people and frankly met
ovcry charge hurled ngaliiBt him.
There ho stops. He does not ictallato
by making counter charges. Ho says
he wants to support tho nominee
whoovor ho 'may bo and wants to see
his paity do tho same. To pomon
and Inflame tho minds ot tho votors
against a rival is to breed rebellion.
It la not Democratic.
Wherever Sir. CrUco has spoken ho
has been assured of hundreds of con-
verts simply becauso of his manly
outBpoken and frank statement. Ho
has nothing to hide. He takes tip tho
Charges hurled" against him and proves
to tho satisfaction of every honest
nearer that ho has been foully denlt
Again Mi. Cruco has won thousands
of friends and supporters by refusing
to accept the proposition made by Mr.
For a cold or a cough tako Kennedy's
Luxatho. Cough Syrup. It Is 1H3TTI3U
than any other cough remedy because
Ua laxative principle nssjros a
healthy copious notion of tho bowels
mid at tho sntno It heals Irritation of
tho throat strengthens tho bronchicl
tubes and allajs Inflammation of the
mucous membrane. Contains Honey
nnd Tar pleasant to tako. Children
like It Conforms to tho National Food
and Drug Law. gold by C It. KonfrO.
PENNSYLVANIA LAWN MOWERS
THE BEST MADE. AT HIRSCHI &
Aa bread feds the body Satin k1;ii
cream supplies nourluhniqiit to tho
SOUTH CAROLINA T- P. A
(By Associated Press.)
Anderson S. C May 0. Tho free-
dom of tho cltv has been turned over
tg tho travollng men for todiiv and to-
morrow who are holdl.iK tho state
convention of tho Traveler-.' Protec-
tive association. Tho cltv is attired
In national colors iu honor- o tlie oc--caslort
and Tho convention heal-
quarters of the knlubts of tho grip
presents a beautiful appearance. Moio
than 100 delegates aro lu tho city and
more nro nrrlvlni? on ovety train.
Tho roport prepared by Sccictary W.
13 Ileiilthh of SpiMtiiubur'. for pre-
sentation to tho convention bhows
that tho Smith Ca-ollna division of
tho order Is in a nourishing coalition
aa regards both number and finances.
EPWORTH LEAGUE MEETS.
(fly Associated Press)
La Grande. Ore. May 0. Tho dis-
trict convention of tjio Kpworlh lea-
gue assembled hero today loi a thro
days' session. Delegates aro on lin.tJ
from the league branches thioughout
western Idaho und eastern Oregon
The presiding officer Is Uiq Nov. Char..
McCourt or Payotte nnd tho secre-
tary Miss Ora G. Gates of Baker City.
The local league has arranged splen-
did entertainment for tho visitors.
IB? Associated Press.)
Boise Idaho. May 9. A largo num-
ber sof expert marksmen from various
parts of this and nclghboiintf states
faced tho traps today at tho opening
of tho first annual tournament of the
Idaho; State Sporltinicrrs ussuctutlon
Try one of
Tastes much like Pumpkin Pic.
Ppur.bolHojf wateroyeroiic-liaH cttp oj Grape-Nuts let
stand tea ikiuufe&uldWcmgfrj igijr. taligspgynfuls .ugar
o tyo caps nwlclfuijlk oitSiMfiIf Iff '''. oiiu tea:
jipoontul WfspI?ts sTlrWvR To fircutfl thoroughly
billed. BaWj M dough lu deep pan'; when dune put iu pre-
pT$i Gra"fitf'Nfil8 aud return to ovqu o brown. Cwt this out
This pie is dUreUMe and wonderfully nourishing for it is
mostly Grape-Nuts the mot scientifically Wide food in ex-
S CR;adf TheKcndfcJlvnle!n Jfegf
linskcll; that thoy would submit their
claims on tho governorship to a com-
mission composed of three men.
Cruco replied that ho was n Democrat
and aa such bollpvod every voter had
tlitt- riglit In" saj! who should bo tho
nominee; that no throo men and no
two candidates could consplro to de-
feat the Democratic theory ot fair
play as ojtllued In tho general pri-
mary election law. This was a strong
statement that made men think.
Tliero wan -Cruco declailng that ho
stood for tho constitution ard Demo-
cratic principles. Bvory reader knows
that neither tho constitution nor tho
Democratic party countenances a
commission plan of making nomina-
tions. Tho proposition has made It
very ftipaient that Mr. Cruco really
standi closer to tho party and tho
constitution than his unemfcs would
credit him. It proves that ho is not
' afrald; of tho people. It proves that
i ho Is 'making a winning fight and
I knows when tho otos weigh the ovl-
t denco they will hot bo slow in approv-
ing n clean campaign a manly stand
. for Democracy nnd a defense of n
party principle endorsed In tho con-
stitution he Is defending the state
These developments of tho cam-
paign aio causing Democratic voters
to think. They will do more.
The Latest Canard.
ThO most desperate methods yet
adopted against Ciuce Is tho roport
bolng circulated this week that Cruco
! wag aboi t to withdraw. To a think-
ing man this Is tho acmo or deception
It appears as If tho opposition is 1)0-
i no lournamciu is 10 oxicnu ovur iwu
dnys during which time twenty-four
events will be shot off.
"Loving is apalnful thrill.
Not to lovo mine painful still
Ilu nh! It Is tho worst of ualn
I (When you feel that way hotter
tako IIoHstor'a Hocky Mountain Ten.)
C. II. Konfro.
You will need a new Hotel Register
soon.. We have them In ctock.
A Register with 240 pages $3.00
A Register with 400 pages $5.75.
Neatly bound and printed.
Address The DAILY LEADER.
China Store Moved.
WO nro now In our now qunrtors nt
10 i West Oklahoma nvenuo.
Guthrio Glass & China Co.
IS UNLUCKY PAPER MONEY.
Racing Men Clip Corners Off Two-
Dollar Notes Before Betting. .
Large numbers of clipped two-dol
lar bills have reached tho treasury
department at Washington for ro-
I demption In tho last three years.
mese uuis aro an cornencss. inai
is all four corners have cithor beon
torn oh or neatly cut off with scissors
or knife. Tho ofllctals who interest
themsolves in tracing such things
quickly ascertained that a supersti-
tion of racing people lay back of tho
"cornorless two-dollar bills. It was
found that somo years ago tho pikers
In tho racing gamo developed an an-
tipathy to tho two dollar notes con-
sidering them unlucky. Their method
of exorcising tho devil of ill-luck
clinging to tho two-dollar bill was to
tear or cut off tho corncrB before
putting It Into play. The Idea spread.
It Infected tho bookmakers and somo
bookmakers who received largo num-
bers of two-dollar bills in tho course
of a day's operations fell Into the
habit of clipping with scissors tho
cornorB of such notes as thoy couldn't
unload upon their associates. Now
It is reportod that distrust of tho two-
dollar noto Is becoming gonoraland
that tho cornerlcss notes are appear-
ing in many different place3.
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Guthrie in a Nutshell
A beautiful souvenir-of Guthrie cptmtining
twenty-one views of the city put up iul wal-
nut shell tied with ribbon una with a Hard at
tached for address.
Advertise your home city by scudinjr-one of
tli 2se souvenir to your Tficuds Price lc. We
arc exclusive selling agents.
Wo have just received two thousanlc post
cards of the Constitutional Convention in
session in city hall on a folder poSt card
With the. uaujes of all delegates. Prloii 5c.
We have the largest line of souvenir post-
carlls in Oklahoma and shall bo glad tcyjuotc
prices to dealers. Bend fie In stamps fof barn
pies V '
F.vB. LILLIE & GO.r
Druggists and Stationers
Established April 522 i860 Guthrie-OhTu
Spencer E. Sanders for
Among tho many candidates for
corporation commissioner liono Is
moro favorably known than Spencer
E. Sanders of Kingfisher county. Mr.
Sanders. entered the race only a few
weeks ago but ho Is making his prod-
enco foil. Ho possesses rnro qualifi-
cations for tho place. Ho knows the
coiporatlon business thoroughly and
Is fully conversant with tailff rates
olc. As Ono of tho threo coporatlon
commissioners of tho now slate ho
would prove hfs worth in n signal
manner to tho ontire benefit ot tin;
people of tho new stntc. Mr. Sandors
has long been Identified with the
working Democracy of Oklahoma. He
Wonderful Eczema cure.
"Our littlo loy had eczema for five
years "writes ?. A. Adams Hcmloltr.
Pa. ''Two of our homo doctors said
tho caso was hopeless his lungs bo
tug affected. Wo then employed oth
cr doctors but no bonollt resulted. Py
chance wo lend -about Kltctrlo Hlt-
tprs: bought a bottlo nnd soon noticed
Improvement. Wc continued this medl-
cluo until severnl bottles wore used
when our boy waa completely cured."
Best of nil blood medicines and body
building health tonics Guaranteed ut
all druggists GOc.
For fresh country buttor and ones
and till kinds of ogotablo3 call on
Gus Anderson cornor Division nn-1
Tho btnt and oldest furniture houw
In Oklahoma is W. L. niijilos. Tlu
people have conlhloiioo lu this film
IS very thing in furnltuie.
POLITICS AND POLITICIANS.
Gongrossmati I.lowollyn Powers of
Mnlnn has announced it !-t said to
tho Dartv lendurs that hit lr unrvl i."
his lust term.
Secrotary Taft's mother woind
rather seo her distinguished on n
tlie supremo bench than in tho presi-
dent's cluilr. Her cholcd fn tho lat-
ter position Is Klllui Root.
Henry M. Whitney has oiinouucad
his candidacy for tho Democratic
nomination for governor ol Massa-
chusetts. Ho stutcs his dcsl-c to mako
the campaign on "business ssuo3'
particularly tho tariff aud Cauadlnn
Chicago s In the Hold' for the next
Kepubjlcun national convention. She
will linvo na ompulitors. Kaasaa City
St. Louis and Plitladoli)li.'u wlile
liae airoady cnttirpa tho lis. nnd pro
bably other cltle will pi'isent UihI-
cluims before tho national commltt w
moots next December to select th"
(dace for holding tho convontlon
Katlonul Domocj-atle Chalimaa Tom
JaBgftrt Js said to be fooling tho imU
pfiVroiulnout "DomocratK to 'fllscovor
wJioUspr ho will stupd nv cliuiico or
r6-oJcctiou. Though ho enjovs tholxon-
fhKjjtce and friendship of luuny of the
party londeis iu the West and fioutt-
Mr. Taggart Is not In the iivor of W
J. Hryan nor the Kustoru Dmuocnitlc
loaders and consequently there is be-
lieved to be ve.ry little possibility of
his ool'ig ugaln choVfl (u head tho
Alphonso Taft father of Sccrefury
of Wur WHllani H. Taft. vns Pron-
dqnt Grunt'b last attorney gonornl n
()io lust cabinet Another instance of
'father imd son a holders Jf cabinet
porjtfolius was J. Stpillng Morton nho
jwaa irosldeii( Olavolnmi's socrotarv
ol'UrlcuUuro and Paul Morton who
was secretary of thu navj for u time
In President Roosevelt's cablnoL In
tlie.case ot thu Mortons it le curlrnts
(o "nolo tha the father was a Dam J-
crat while the non Is a Ile ubjlcan.
Tho peiuocratlc congrcshljiial cow-
mltiee proposes to niuko a vjgoroui
tight to secure tho election tho Hv-
Democratic candidates In Oklahoma
ThO election for tib ratlflca'ion of thz
proposed constitution ot Oklihoma
wjll be held hu August nnd at th-
nmo tlmo flVoTteuresontnilvoH wl 1
m elected a legislature- will bo
cnoso't which wlJllTflv'jLho power ro
ioot two senators and- a governn
und all tate Jors fOr- tho new
bore iho heat of strife liming the early
daji of Oklahoma. He served credit-
abij a3 prhato societal) to ex-Delo-xnte
W Congress. .1. Y. Callahan iiid
during h!s roslden'c In Washington
secured a fv id Of knowledge t'wehlnq;
UatKinal legislation. Ho is an nil-
ro nd man and combines with nntiu-
shrewdness tact integilty industiy
and grit prima iequlclte3 of s. mem-
ber or tho corporation commission.
Mr. Sanders is now busy making a
campaign nnd premises to Hhow up at
the top on .K-lto 6. What Is wanted
for a commissioner Is a man who can
tell the difference between an eleven
cent rato nnd an intirstnte special
tarttf and Snndar I that man.
Hewitt's Carbgllzod Witch Hn.el
Salve (loos nut morely heal on the sur-
face; It penetrates the poto uiuj
promptly roitovos pain oaurfod bj
boils buina scalds sot and skli
dowses It Is especially good fn1
pllojs. Bnwnro of Imitations. Sold lr
O. It. Hunfro.
Kttbbor tiro drlvl.ig wagons good
goods stylish ip to due. $7G.0O. t
full lino of now tolilclcs tho best in
tho mnrlict. J S Uyoa 1SCJ-122-12'.
Noitli Division street.
SAILOR SIGNS AND'TOKENS.
Many Strance Superstitions of Those
Who Roam the Oceans.
There is a general Idea that the
sailor labors undor more than tho
ono pot superstitlpn popular tradition
assigns to each individual. J. D. J.
KoIIoy although ho declares that
"tars" aro no more superstitious than
any of their equals In training and
opportunities clteo In "Tho Ship's
Compnny" many of the signs and tok-
ens in which thoso "who go down to
tho sea In ships" put tlfdr faith. In
tho past superstition was a part of
every ship; It entered into Us keel
climbed to Us flags ran at Its launch-
ing controlled Its crow nnd cargo
evoked portents and governed its ven-
tures and arrivals. A bit of stolen
wood was always mortlBPd into tho
kcol to mako a ship sail fast. A sil-
ver coin was placed In the mainmast
step to Insure lucky ventures. Tho
modern christening by tho wine bottlo
aroso from the ancient libations pour-
ed on tht? dock by priosts. Ship bell
are blessed and to this day It a mis-
tako is mado in striking ono it is im-
mediately struck backward to break
th spell. Tho belief In Jbo desertion
of n sinking ship by rats is founded
on reason for rats like to be dry foot-
ed and when a vessel is unsafe It be-
comes leaky under deck and too wet
for tho creature's comforL Youth's
Celery and Orange Salad.
Select firm oranges which aro not
very sweet and cut into sections re-
moving all Innor skin and seeds.
Cut crisp celery into small piocos and
mix tho two in equal quantities with
a French dressing In which lemon
Juice Is substituted for vinegar. A
few nut meats may bo added to ad
vantage. Servo on a bed ot wator-
cress. Mako a Fronoh dressing with
n Ieel toaspoon of ealC ono-fourth
spoon of paprika nix tablespoon of
olive oil and three of vinegar or lomgp
Use for Old Kid Gloves.
Cut off tho ham's arid" wivo tho
arms of your long kid gloves. Uso
them for polishing silver mirrors cut-
glass nnd Jowels. Out of the tops of
old tan or grey gluvos you can mnko
charmlpg hags for carrying opera-
glasses etc. OH the Kid to the sarao
pattern as Is usod for sljk or vnlvot
bags lino with Bilk of any protty
colr. and traco your Initials on tho
outside in water colors or with em-
i v with itslowiiwHrcenUgft'
Wfcf Ul 1CU1IUI3 IKt UIU Y ikWlW-
tiztnp out anjaciive era to
digestion a strengthening
rem'slunerjy 'tween rjW
BEST TABLE LINEN
IRISH HAND EMUROIDERCD 18
Table Cloths Have Deep Borders ol
Filet WorkSingle Initial Better
Than a Monogram Direc-
tions for Washing.
For scrvlcoablo luncheon sots thoso
of Irish hand embroidered Uuen with'
scalloped borders and simple designs
of flour-df-lls or polka dots nro very
popular. They aro worked In puro
whlto and "nro moro appropriate for
tho tablo than tho old-stylo sets em-
broldorcd in colored silks. Mexican
drawn-work Is still used for tray
cloths and scarfs but tho Chinese
bmbroldered grass llnon Is much
Pilot work is now fashionable. A
groat deal of this laco la mado at the
Azores Islands by hand. Tablo clothe
have doop bordorB of this work and
dollies nnd center pieces are often
mado entirely ot tho not. Bureau
scarfs and stand covers usually havo
altornato squares of tho laco and
llnon. Table cloths nro bordorpd with
real Cluhy laco or Irish crochet. It
would bo almoat impossible to call
mato tho nmount spoilt on lluon at
Square tablo cloths nr(r mostly
marked In the two opposite corners
and round ones on ono sldo of tho
contor. KnpkliKi aro usually marked
In ono corner. Tho monogram or In-
itial should bo that of your maiden
nnme. On the tablo cloth tt should bo
threo Inches In height on tho napklna
two. and on the dollies ono inch.
Wltllo a monogram Is always orna-
montal a slnglo Initial is In good
tasto. From 22 to 27 Inches Is tho
favorlto sl2o for napkins nnd as a
rule a dozen nro expected to Borvo
with two cloths. It la not necessary
to lmvo thorn match tho cloths except
on extra occasions. '
Tho best lnundrosses give their
tablo llnon littlo If any. starch but
Iron It while It Is qulto damp which
makes It Just stiff onough. Hot wntor
should never bo used in lnundorlng
fine tablo linen or embroidered dolllca
Cold wator aud puro whlto soap con
talng borax will preservo their white-
ness nnd boauty. Linen will not turn
yollow when packed away If It h
rough-dried In tho beginning. It inus
not bo starched nnd should bo folded.
If this method Is followed It can bo
kept for years In good condition.
Cotton may bo distinguished from
llnon by moistening tho tip of th? lin-
ger and prossing the fabric. If H
wets through at onco It Is llnon 1
If thoto Is any cotton In tho matorlal )
It will tnke sovorol seconds to wot
through tho threads.
If an Invalid is unablo to rlo In
bed It Is fortunnto It her diet is en-
tirely liquid for then tlio nurso can
feed her through tho glass tubes
sllghly bent that aro mado for tho
purpoao. Tho nurso should bo most
particular in ovorseoing tho proparn
tlon of hor patient's food nnd In some
enses oven making It herself. It Is
most essential that It bo daintily
seri'cd. puro. and nxnotly according to
tho patient's tnsto. In this ns In
everything olso sho should bo hu
mored a3 far as tho law will allow.
Uronkfast nnd tho morning tollot
havo cousumod not n little time nnd
tho patient vory llkoly Is tlicd. Tlio
nurso should now smooth her faca
and handB gently with a pleasant
tollot waior tuck a delicately scented
clean bandkorchict under her pillow
rearrange tho flowers In tho room
draw tho curtains and command a
nap. Perhaps thoro will bo n nap and
perhaps not. If tho latter do not
keep her prison dark but let In a
flood ot sunshine carefully screening
any glaro from her eyes. Amuso hor
If alio wants to bo nmused; In fact
watch her every mood and plonso hor
wlUiout seeming to try to. Indulge
hor in nil tho littlo dainties your In-
genuity can gather nnd tho doctor
Change ol position Is very refresh-
ing liven a inovo from one sldo of
tho bed to another Is nn agreeable
novolty lu this small world whoro tho
littlo things aro so big to this poor
prisoner. To pat and smooth tha pil-
low to Btrnlghton thu covers and to
shower little attentions on tha patient
will do moro toward keoping hor
ehoorful and peaceful than anything
elBQ Prickly heat will often add to
bur dlBcpmfort particularly on hor
bank whqro Bho Ilea most Tit tho
ttmo. A pleasant lotion to relieve this
condition Is mado of a toasnounful of
blc'.ruoimto of noija In a basin of wa-
ter After bathing with this rub with
diluted witch hazel.
TO CLEAN IVORY HANDLE8.
Method That Vlll Prevent Unpleasant
Ivory-hnndlod knives may bo cleaned
In this way: Coat the stool wP.h wax
or paraffin and immerse tha handles
lu a bolutlun of chloride of llmo and
water In tho proportion of ono part
of Umo to four parts of water.
Leave the knives In this bath for a
day thon wash well with warm water
and wlpo dry. llcmovo tho wax it
tho bono Is perfectly whlto 'and freo
.Another way 1b to dip the handles
fn A saturated solution ot alum and
yutcr for from ono to threo hours
ash and wlpo dry. This luttor
-nfethod is far prcforablo unlosa tho
lianilos aro very much darkened and
discolored. Polish tho blades with
putty iwd.qr uilntf'ft hqjfor wet with
alcohoL This will not Btalu tho Ivory
I Y-Ptt C Swtet to EM
WASHINS RUSrf AT HOME.
Small Ones Can Be Made to Look m
Bright as New.
Tho' vnltto of soap bark In cleaning
woolen dress materials Is known tJ
iieaily ovory woman who makes ovei'
dresses An enterprising housekeeper
recently found that she -could uso it
in washing a small oriental rug with
most gratifying success.
She got a flvo-ceut .package ofitho
soap from tho druggist and steeped It
for Uvo hours In a quart of wator.
Then eUo strained It through a cheese-
cloth bag so that tho flue partlclos of
tho bark would not stick to tho rug.
Into tho bath tub which was half
full of warm water she poured part
Of tlio clear brown fluid made from
steeping tho soap bark Then she put
her rug well beaten and swept lntd
the tub and pounded It with ft ntlcki
Tho water was soon ory dirty. Silo
lot this wator run off filled tho tub
halt full again and put in nioru soap
Then sho drew Uio rug Up over tho
edge of tho tub threo or four inches
at n time scrubbing it ncroas with a
stirt brush as sho did bo. After two
rinsing waters sho hung the rug on
the lino lu tlie sun and wind. It dried
nftor sovoral hours and was exquisite
ly soft. It was also cleaner than It
had ever boon after bolug Bent to tho
carput cleaner. Tho colors wore rich-
er aud tho design Itself seemed
MlQht Be Contagious.
A ydung matron of Daltlmore upon
entorlng her nursery found her
youngest In tears. "Why what's the
matter with ilarry?" sho asked tho
nurse. "Ho'a mad mum" explained
nurse "bocauae I wouldn't lot 'him
so to tho Siinraonscs" ncrost tho
Elrate." "And why wouldn't you let
him go Nornh?" "Decauso mum
thcy'ro bavin' charades so ho Bald
nn' I wasn't sure whother ho'd had
Uilm or noL" Uarpsr's Wo(
"Thoy o" ro.arlced Gabblo "that
tho nftor offsets of tho grip aro as
bad ua tho dlaaso somotlnum"
"That's no lie ' replied Ilrokloy. "I
hnrt rhO grip Inct wlntor and it'a mak-
ing trouldo for mo now I toll you."
"Why you're not In tho hands of
tho ilool..'. now?"
"No; 1'mi iu tlio hands ot tho doc-
tor's lawyer now."
Too Muoh Experience.
"My frlond nnd I have been discuss-
ing tl'o voxed question whuthor peo-
ple nro punished as thoy go along. Wo
would llko to leave It to you."
"Well renlly I'm not tho man to
decide that question j you boo I've
been a baseball umpire for tho last
What Every A
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Season' Ticket n...fS3 60
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LOS ANGELES CALI.j
Mystic Shrlno Conyjentieh."
May Cth to lltli50.00.
May lC-nu $38 20
United Confederate Veteran Reunion
May 36th to Juno 3rd. $27 30.
For further Information call at lit
Wost Oklahoma avtmue. Phono 773. r
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every one of these requisites.
Our depositors number some
of the largest firms and corpor-
ations in Guthrie. S They realise
these features in our institution
Call and open a current ac-
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bread? Just ivy nfco. swcOt and clean.
Cakes and cookies of all kinds.
Have you seen thai now lino of fur-
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 6, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 9, 1907, newspaper, May 9, 1907; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76743/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.