The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, July 5, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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THI LCADCR UTHnit OK LA.
rniDAY july a ior.
Utilizing Prisoner to Good Advantaae.
Clinrles llognrdtis is now painting
tho city hall Chief of Police "W H
Mitchell has purchased a lot of paint
for the cltv ami IJoRardus will paint
nl tho city buildings duiiiiB his fifty-
five days sentence.
Lively Barroom Scrap.
In a. fight In tho oriont bar Harri-
son hnd Second street yosterdUY af-
ternoon nt about 2:30 p. m. a young
man by tho name of Charles McCIus-
key and a man named Poteet tho
bartendor .Tack Kdmonda. In trying to
separate tlicni. received a long cut
from ji kntfo over his loft shoulder
bo.io. Both Poteet and McCIuskey re-
ceived cuts la the face and hands from
glass. McCluskoy lives on a fnrm
Master Frantx"Surprl8er"Hls Daddy.
Mnator Prank Frnntz Jr.. sen of
Governor Frantz dressed lip In his
khaki suit last ovoulng and with the
assistance of Dr. Hugh Scott succeed-
ed in getting the Infantry band of Kd-
mond under the direction of Prof.
I.ehrer. to follow him sword In hand
to the governor's homo who came out
and invited the sorenadorH In and tho
evening was spent pleasantly. Tho
band played several pretty selections
and tho governor made a neat speech
of appreciation thanking tho mem-
bers of tho band for the muslonl treat.
Both the governor and Mrs. FranU
were very proud of thetr sou for tho
surprise ho played on them
Remarkable But True.
There was no session of police court
this morning. No ai rests wortf made
esterdny. which Is lemarkablo with
with a cidwd In tho city.
Endoree c rants for Governor.
The ward caucusoH bore 'Wednesday
night to select delegates to tho county
convention all declared for putting
unt a state ticket and ngalnnt tho con-
F'ltutlon. and Indorsed Gov. Frank
Prantz candidacy for governor. In ad-
dition the West Second ward his
home precinct. ludorsed John W. Scot-
burn for district judge.
Moving Shops to Guthrie.
Division Superintendent II. A. TIco.
of the Santa Fe. and Trainmaster W.
11 Fiddler lotnrned last evening from
Knid whore they huvo been Inspecting
tho D. R. & O shops thoro which aro
being dismantled prior td their ro-
moval to Gut'irlo which will bo with-
in "two weeks. The shops will bo ad-
ded to the present Santa Fe plant In
1 he south yards.' where tho Santa Fo
has a tract or 50 acres of land in one
body Tho local roundhouse has
welvo stalls and that many more will
bo added by tho moving of tho D. 13.
& C. shops here.
Committee Will Hear Complaints.
. T I'Q JosljlaUyq.ppjrtlonment com-
piltteo named by President Murray
baa reached Goilhrle. The commltteo
organized at once and Is now ready to
bear complaints relative to the legis-
lative apportionment contained In the
rjtixtlU'tlon Tho commltteo is com-
posed of Delegate Roy Allen. Flowers
Nelson J. M. Sandltn Charlos Moore.
Henry 15 Asp J. II. N. Cobb and J F
King Tho committee meeting will
bo held at tho Royal hotel.
Horse Fell With Him.
Merrlam Rlnehart tho IB ynar old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rlnhart.
of 911 Bast Harrison avonue met with
a very sorlous accident yesterdav
afternoon which may prove fatal. Ho
was riding nt a gallop around the
rorier at tho Masonic tomplo on
liroad street about 2 o'clock whon
his t'lorso slipped and fell with him
ymng Rlnehart striking Ms head and
elbow Oil flin IHIVfimpilf Tin wiia rm.
dered unconscious from which stato
he has not recovered. Ho was taken
to tho Moti'iodlst hospital and attondod
by Dr. R. V. Smith who stated that
th9 boy had suffered conoiiaslon of tho
brain and caild not tell how seriously
he is Injured until ho regains con-
is loiibness. Mrs. Rlnehart tho boy's
mothei. is at tho Jamestown oxiiohI-
VOTE TO INCREASE
COTTON MILL PLANT
At a meeting Wednesday night of
tlit UocHlioldGrs of the Pioneer Cotton
Milt compaii) it was voted to build
a 100x75 extension to the mill and
add I '.000 additional gplndloa. TJ10
null wa opened last fall with 10000
bpindlt; soon aftorward 4CO0 addi-
tional spindles were placed end now
tho extra room la uuuded for an ad-
ditional 104)00 splndloa. Tho company
Is working night and duy and Is bo-
hind with Ha orders.
ARE IN DEMAND
Cottau grower In this vicinity ro-
poit that tho crop Is making good
growth but much of It la very weedy
as tho gr?at8t (llToiI(y 1b experi-
enced In beeurlug hands for the cotton
Tho regular wages paid to cotton
hopperu la $1 60 per day but many
farmeis aro going far abovo that
figure m tlujlr anxloty to secure help.
Tho "Katy" railroad ihas Jlfty nogroos
employed on track work near Yale
and fanners in tint vlrlnUy who wor
chort of iholp offered them $3 oa'ah to
put In n f.all day In the cotton field
rayv'v t tw
"And so you positively refuse to
Elvo up this Intimacy?"
"Really you ask too much aunty.
What also can I do In this stupid
place? I am devoted to yachting you
know and besides. Mr. Trevor is tho
onjy man hero who has a motor car."
"But my child you are engaged to
bo married! What would Tom say If
he should hoar of It? Aud what would
you do If ho followed your example?"
"Oh I wlBh ho wouldl Ills dovo
tiou wearies mo sometimes. Ho usef
to be quite & tease but sliwe our en-
gagement he seems to havo forsworn
Tho llrst speaker was Mlas Tread
way the girl's aunt a wealthy woman
of forty years who had adopted he
ufter tho death of her parents. Flos
slo's fiance a young doctor of good
family and some means wuu complot
lng a medical course In Germany and
they woro to 1.3 married as Boon a
he received his foreign diploma.
Tho girl loved him but she was
very young only nineteen and suo
was a willful maid having always had
her own way. Her besetting sin was
love of admiration and she deemed It
essential to her happiness to have a
map In her tolls. So being for thei
tlmo bereft of her lover she bni'
drifted Into a serious lllrtatJon with a
rich bachelor who lived near tho sea-
side resort where they wero staying.
Mr. Trevor's summer home a flue
Stone mansion overlooking tha harbor
was tho scene of many festivities. Ho
had already given two dinners In Flos
Ble's honor at which functions MIbs
Treadway had served as an unwilling
"Flossie" said Miss Treadway "l
think you ought to consider Mr. Tro-
vor's feelings. It Is not fair to him;
ho does not know about Tom. Per-
haps you had better tell him?"
"And spoil all my fun? Why aunty
what a fuss you aro making about u
trifle! I cannot mope bore without
men's society. Tom is in Germany
the sea divides us and ho la welcome
to enjoy hlmBelt lu like manner. How-
over there Is no prospect of his doing
anything so sensible."
"Flossie you aro Incorrigible!" ex
claimed Miss Treadway with as much
severity of tono as sho was capable
of. "I will leave you to your own
thoughts as I am duo at a meeting
at the rectory this afternoon."
When sho was alone Flossie curled
her dainty self in a largo easy chair
and laughed softly as sho recalled her
"Lose Tom" she ropcated. "No.
danger of that couldn't get rid of him
oven It I wanted to." Then sho foil
to musing and a tender look came
into her deep blue eyes "near Tom."
sho murmured "I do fova him. I
wouldn't give him up for twenty Mr.
Trevors!" Sho wont to her desk
found a Iotter and having a fine sonso
of personal comfort sank back Into
tho depths of tho chair and with a
box of chocolatos In ono hand the let
tor In the othor began to munch
sweets nnd read.
At first her oxpresslon was slightly
bored then astonished and finally she
throw tho sweets and tho letter on
tho floor flung hcrseU face down on
wuuii uu cuniiucncea weeping.
Tho portions of Tom's letter which
Fine sense of personal comfort.
bad produced such dlro result ran -follows:
"I had such a strange and excltim
Rdvonturo that I feel It my duty u
tell you all about It. Tfou know thai
my hotel' la in ono of tho bort atrti
hero and that from my windows I cat
Bee much of tho beauty aud fashion 1
Berlin. However I never dreamt .i
such a vtalou of lovlliioss as the pleo
of femininity whoso acquaintance 1
At this Flosslo'a blue eyes opyst
wido sho sat up. loosened her hold 01
the chocolates and read on:
"The object of my admiration s!
In her carriage aloue and w"'ti-.
lust below my window.
John Holt an old tlmo Guthrie boy
is In I ho citv He Is nnw lrnvnllnir
for a St Joo grocery house.
Ask your doctor about the wisdom cf your
keeping Ayers cnerry rcctorai in Ine bouse
ready for colds coughs croup bronchitis. II
he saya it's all right then get a bottle at it at
once. Why ae show a little foresight 1st such
matters? Eirly treatment early cure.
Wu ha no or.ul Wo publlih J C. Am Go . a
tlroru'j!iorcl!ourprapinillou. Lowll..H. I
a g .. jjt. A A M A m A- A
I Why Do Country Boys
( v N?" "
ho is lonesomor thoro than at home nearly always so ; and X
even moro frequently he finds that riches do not grow ou X.
ten story walls. k.
BUT STILL HE GOES TO TIIE CITY. $
In going thoro tho boy simply follows his daddy's dol-
lars. For years his daddy and his mother and hia big sister
amWlis Aunt Mnry Ann have been mailing their money to r
tho big city for Mail Order barimins.
Result: Home merchants don't j?
thrive grass grows in the streets no jj
jobs are to be had no opening for a V
new business and the young man iff
goes to the city because it is a placo x
where people have traded at home J?
and built up their own community &
and provided opportunities for out-
siders as well as for themselves. $
X IF YOU WANT TO KEEP YOUR EOY AT HOME BUILD
W UP YOUR TOWN SO THAT HE CAN BUILD UP HIS 'f
"V CAREER AMONG HIS HOME FOLKS.
A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remombor with
pleasure as well ub with profit to our
health Is the one on which we beeonip
acquainted wl'h Dr King's New Mfo
Tills tho painless purifiers that euro
headache and billouHtieaa anil keep
tho bowels right. 25c at nl drug
The Dlallkea of Animals.
Smoking u clay yipc tho circus
actor sat In tho winter training quar-
ters. Undor his supurvl&lon a thin boy
was learning to rldo erect on a qulot
horse with a broad fiat back.
"In Forao towns tboy wo't let ua
show" ald the man "unless wo have
no camels with us. Camels aro a ser-
ious drawback to Bhows. llorsea ate
to much afraid of them that lots of
towns won't let a camel cuter their
EXPRESS COMPANIES 5
BRAZENLY DEFY LAW
fDy Associated Press.)
Lincoln Neb. July B Kxprosa com-
panies doing business In Nebraska
fallen to file the schedule with tho
State Hallway commission this morn-
ing reducing oxpreaa intea twonty-
llo per cent aa required by the BlUey
act. which became effective at miib
night laat night. Tho agent of the
United States llx press company re-
ceived n iolHgium from tho traffic
manager In New Yoik instructing him
to dlarogaid tho new law Attornoy
Cleuoral Thompson aaya ho dcoa not.
know what course tho atate will pur
MO US CROWD
(Continued from pago on)
Howei'a horao with Tallman'a second
aud Hoover horso third.
The balloon uKconalmiB attracted a
large crowd and woro a great wjecoaa.
The balloon raaohed ahfilt J.8i0 feet
fronitbo ground befordpSsrhmaiit
Smoky cut loobo. lIiF.fji?ui;-ivitft:
Cleveland avumw oast of tJio Jfnritn
Vo traclw In.lia iuvanlng ho shot
fiieworka from tho balloon.
Tho winners of tho ovunta in tho
busliioaa section of tho city wore.
Sam Wallace $6. catching tho
I.eo Summon. J5 In tho wheel bar-
Tom Johnson JJ6. wlntior tjf the aack '
raod. - j
Sam Tobies $G for climbing tho
greasy pole. I
John Hery' G for oatlug tho most
plu In ono mluuto
Tho tug of war was filled off bo-
twoeu Clovoland and Oklahoma ave-
ltwrn on Droad atrcet between Com-
pany "" of Chandlpr and tho qatllng
gilii squad Of Rnld.
A A A -ji f- gr fk & -A t- fr fr
Most small towns
taro short of young men.
As a rttlo thoro nrol-
plenty of agreonblo L
girli who would not ob-
jeet to mfttrimony ;
thcro aro plonty of old t$
pcoplo and enough ba- W
bies to go iround. But W
the boy oh whero ia t
Tho boy tho young X
man has gOno to tho j
city whero ho imagines 5i
thoro nro opportunities ifc
To him tho old homo jp
town is dull and stupid f
Ho sees no future for &
himself thoro. Both for ty
social and financial con- W
siderations ho rushes off r
to tho great city. Very . X
frequently ho finds that IE
J C. Foster Is lu Pony.
13d Mtirphej la In Wollstou.
George Calvert Is lu Orlando.
Col. J. .Mathla la hero from Rnld.
Hoy Olllvor of Kallls is In tho city.
Charlos Wnrd Is horu from IJil-
mond. J. II. I'ortor. of Hljiloy la a Outhrl'j
Torrltorlhl Supprlntpndont Dycho Is
in Lnwton. -
Dr. h. .1. Allen or Oklahoma City' Is
Dologato II :8 MaCiiilro has return
od to I'awneo.
S. h. Spurrier has returned from a
trip to StUlwator.
Attorney h. O. I.ytlo has
from ICanaaa City.
P. J. Hellmun returned thla murn-
lng frorn Oklahoma City
G. C. Hobortaon of I.awtnu waa u
Gutlirlo visitor yeaterdny.
Hobert M. Carr who waa prlvato
aeerotary to formei Oovernor Korgu-
Many Ladles Have Poor Complexions
"Coffeo caused dark oolprod blotcli-
00 on itjy fiifto and tiody. I had boon
drinking ft for a long whllo and thoau
blotehun grnduulh nppoajfwl until
finally they Imcoiiu' periiinnoitt niul
woro aljoul aa dak as culfoo llao'f.
"I formorly had uh lino a oomploxlnii
aa oim could uSk for
"When : bocume convinced Umt cof-
fee wuh tho cause of my trouble I
changed and look to using I'oatum
Poatnm Food Coff-' and as I made it
wolL according to direotloua. I llkod
U MfWnijlQhtnd hdv aln.jje Hint jtlnie
UHt'fe ftlace of ooffeo. s .
TiR'14i'iyharikful to say I am not nuT'
voutj any more as I waa when I wuh
drinking coffee and my comploxlon la
now an air and good aa It was yeara
ago. It'ifl very plain that coffeo caus-
ed tho trfiuUIo."
Most bad coinplexlona nro caul l.v
somo dlstuibuncp of tho atomuch nnd
coffecf la the greatest disturbs of dl-
gostloa known. Almoat any wjiiihii
nap hayu a fair complexion If w w1
leavo flffcoffofl atul uao 1'os.uii l-'oo-l
Ccffeo and uutrltloiu h'Miitn food lit
proper quantl.y I'oxtum furnishr rer
tain olemeuts from the natural grains
from tho field that Nature usoa to re
build the nervous system aud when
that Is lu good condition ono can Ac
pond upon n good comploxlon as woli
as a good healthy body "There's t
Heason " Head Tho Hoaa to Well
ville" lu pkgs.
Bon is in tho city shining hands with
tho department offlciala today
Attorney Gsuonil W O. Croinwull
spent tho l-'ourth In Rnld
Chief Justlco Hurford dollvored nil
nddross at Pawnoo yostorday.
.T. 11 Hller was down from Mulhnll
yesterday taking In tho Fourth.
Prof 11. F. Hennessey dollvored a
Fourth of July nddross at Watonga.
Horhhrl 'Tnlfb loft this morning
for Newtour Kansas to visit his sister.
Governor Frnnk Frantz dollvored
tho Fourth of July addross at Chand-
Major R. II. Jayne of Rdmond. was
here yesterday mixing with tho Span-
ish Wur Veterans.
Sheriff L. K. Martin of Chandlor
is horo attending tho Spanish War
O. P. Coopor returned this nftornoon
from Wichita whore ho spout tho
Fourth with relatives.
Judge V. 11. llorod returned this
nioinlng from Agra whero ho dollvor-
ed an nddiosa yesterday.
Deputy United Slates Marshal Dave
Hadden pft tnia morning for Woatorn
Texas to spond a month's vacation.
Garuett MeWethy of Wichita Is lu
tho city visiting his parents Mr. and
Mrs. A. . McWothy nt llMfi West
Logan. "' ' "
if 'T It i l'
T. W Dustln and t!' 13. Hmirtir or
Oklahoma City nro lioro altondlng tho
nnnunl enoampmqnt of (ho Spanish
War VolurniiB. "
Col. Hoy V. Hoffman of Chandlor
Is hero today attainting tho second an-
nual encampment of tho Spanish War
Veterans of Oklahoma.
Hon. T P Gore wai ); tho city
fiom Lawton Ho la thoDeniocratlo
noinlnuo for United Stnlo's senator
from the woatem part of tho now
Amos A. Rwlng formerly of Paw-
huska now a resident of Gn'tlulo has
rctiurned fiom on extended visit
thiough Ohio Pennsylvania and other
of tho eastern slates. Ho declaioH
ti'iat tho people of Ohio and Pennsyl-
vania think highly of Oklahoma and
Miss Maybollo l.lndwull
Btenograpbor Rlks Hotel.
iThe Social Worldl
Mrs. A II Huston entertnlus Guth-
rie Whist club In nftornoon at her
homo 701 Rust Warnor.
Domestic Science olub meets lu tho
Carneglo library lu nftornoon.
Mr nnd Mrs. 11. T. Pacob woro
among tha Oklahoma Oily peoplo In
the elty yostoiday enjoying tho Uh.
Ilanvor John Hlnehnrt and wlfo c;f
Fallia HiMiit tho Fourth lu tho capital
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. I.owory nro here
Mr. and Mrs. II. Gllroy of Prague
woro among tho oubof-town visitors
In tho city yostorday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glon Prlcor woro In
tho olty yesterday onrouto to Topukn
from San Antonio Texas. Mr. Prlcor
waB foimerly corrospondopt for tlio
Kausns City Journal In OiUJirlo and
1 now city odltoi of tio San Autonlh
MIhh It ii tit Huutor of Oklahoma
City1 In tho guest of Miss Nolllo Scut-
lioin at l-.'l Rabt College aveuuo.
Mr.' and Mrs. S. T. Franklin former-
ly of this city aud now of Okluhumn
City nro hero visiting fi lends.
Mrs. Shrowsbuury i(nf GalnovJic
Toxas la In tho city tho guoat of Mi
and Mrs Henry Nouniau nt 8o:i IOiihi
Mrs. A. G. Donula spout tho Fouitli
lu Lovoll with hor mothur Mr. S J
Allaa Mnrirnrcl Wolf cornnriitlnn
clork lu tjio territorial Kocrotary's of-
co. aneiit tlio Fourtb lu Okla boiiia
City with rolatlvoa.
Mrs. M. A. Hutohliia la vlaltlng rela-
tive In PoikliiH.
United Stntog Attornoy John Km
bry and family aro visiting frlnuda In
Mr. anil Mrs. IS H. Adams of Na-
vluu onjoyod tho Fourth lu tho cnpl
Mr. and Mrs. C. W Hunsoii lirtvo re-
turned to their homo In Piedmont af-
ter u visit In tho olty with rolntlvos
Mr Phnrlji' Ward of RdniouJ la In
tlo fjt pfljni; relatives.
sir. anufyir'a. Grant Norrla ai Croa-
cent wer visiting lu the city oator-
day. Mr. and Mrs. Arno Heyer of Crea
cent City aro visiting frienda and rol-
Mr. and Mra. Ceclllu and Charlea
Hullop of Curnoy. spent tho Fourth
In tho olty with Mr and Mrs. Rd
Mr. aud Mrs. Rd Chan ; entertained
wjth a law.a wclal Weduoadav oven
lug lit honor of their sister Miss
Grace tmauoy. aud her friend Dr
Cruiii and mother of Indlanapolla. In-
diana to which place they returned
thla mnrnluif after u pleaaaut Ult In
tho city Tlio evening waa spent Jn
intifilo ganloa nnd convot-satlon Ho-
fVoshtnonta wuro served. Twontj'-tlvo
guoata woro in utlbgdnucu.
MIhh LUtluli MaKny Iftt this morn-
ing for Wichita fo spond tho remnttid-
or of tho Mitnmur with her aunt. Mia.
Mr nnd Mra. Mosslondlno rottirnod
(n Oxford Kns. this morning after
SJioudlng tho Fouith lu tho oltv With
Mf and Mrs. A. O. Farquharaon.
Mlas Mary Koarns of Oklahmiin
City. Is visiting Mrs. W. B. Drown at
307 Rast Oklahoma avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dysart spent tho
Fourth In Pawnoo with tholr daughter
Mrs. J. W. Teotoia.
Mr. nnd Mrs Clnrk Flold hnvo re-
turned from a trip to Sulphur.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W Lints: gavo it
reception to tho omnluves of ilu
Grand Loador departmonl strt Wed-
liosdny evening at thufi Jioi.il 71! (
lftist Warner avenue. Tho ovenlng
was apvnt pleasantly In games and
conversation after which tho olorka
find Mnunger Lint?: held a business
session and every clerk was given an
opportunity to suggest pluns frf tho
general betterment of this prop Assslvo
Hloro. Dainty leftcahmoutH wdro
served mi enjoynblo time Was had.
Tho City Federation will meet to-
morrow afternoon at n o'clock at Wio
Cnrnoglg library. The uxuoutlte board
tiiota nt 2:30 p. m.
Hoportn of spoolal commlttens.
Addroes "Fiindanmnlal Pi Inolples
of Civil GovoriiiiHiut:" Prof. Snowdon
Pnrlotto' principal elect of tho Ijgan
county high sahool
"The Slatos of tho Gnthtlo Pub Is
Sohrtols; Aio thoy Marching on?'
Mr. A. O Furquharaon prosldont of
tho board of education.
A Pandora Uox (Every citizen of
Gutlirlo Is requested to send ahy
grievance or wiggostlou along tho line
of clvlo Iniprovomonte to tlio question
Mr. Mitchell chief of police has
been Invltod to a conference at tlio
Federation mooting tomorrow after-
noon All citizens who nro Intoroatcd In
Ip'io wplmlhllng of a greater Giilhrlo
tiro Invited to bo present.
Tlio wedding of Attornoy John A.
Homy of Grtlulo and Mlsn Kuto
Allen MoFnilnnd. of Lebanon Tonn.
wnH quietly colobrnted Moudny even-
ing at tbr iimn or tho brldo's brother
Dr F .W. McFarland. Hov. Ventroas
(ifflclntlug. Mr. Homy In n rising
young law practltlnnor and Is a mem-'
Uor of llio firm of Homy and Heggnm
Mr and Mrs. Homy aro at homo to
li'iolr fi lends nt 502 Rast Harrl!..u
MIrs Maud Goodrich loft Ihls njoru-
lng for Chicago to pursue a nuntmnr
course lu piuslc.
Mr. and Mrs. Sands havo toluriiei)
lo Tulsa nrtor Bpondlng iho h'outlU
in tho city with Mr. and ilr. V. A.
A Jolly crowd or young people on-
Joyed it picnic nt Highland paik last
rivalling and afterwards took a hay
rid over tho olty. Suppor wns sproad
On tho lawn at tho park which con-
Slated of all of tho delicacies of tho
siinaon. TIioho lu the parly wore:
MesdainoH J J. HoIoh J. D. Williams.
G. L. Oauo J G Nowland; Mosars and
Moadumoa Frank 11. Lucaa Corb Sar-
phot. Rdgar Wowors; MIhsob Lillian
Holes. Hosh Gnno Caiolyu and Maud
Wllllaiiis Floronco Adlor; Moaara AI
lotuiHoti. Dan Williams Khou Pylo
Fred Soohl John Holea Gcorgo Grwin
timl Frank Post.
Mr. and Mrs. Honrv Thompson de-
lightfully ontortnlnod thiunoinbora of
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ijmiii ititv.i nun .1 uunuL imuiik; aiii
por. Thoro was a largo aitondiinoo
and n good lime was had.
Several picnic parties woro hold Inst
evening In Highland aud Island parks.
Miss Lena Williams has returned to
SPECIAL SHOE SNAP
One lot of Women's High Grade Hand
Turned Vici Kid Gibson Ties with
Broad Silk Ribbons and Cuban Heels
from one of the best factories in rhe coun-
try a regular $3.50 value. (0 QC
For Saturday - )L0J
Canvas Shoes Galore at Un-
heard of Prices
hor honje In KnnsaB City after a two
mouth's visit lu tho c"Hy with her
coiiBln Mian Fayp Daxlor at tOi North
I'nmd alreoU i
W. Com llagar til Oklahoma City
RPOllt tho Fourth In flin rltv with IiIr
alator. Miss Jaulo. tit 41G Kast Clovo-
Tho tmiiltn nt Mlna Tnnl.i lluvnv trlvu
a recital this eveitlttf; at hir stddlD
ii no mobi uifvcanil.
Mrs S. U Siairrfor f visiting In
Mra. J. H. Faakln and chlfdron have
rutin nod from a ten days visit In Mul
MIhb Mabel Fnskin or Piwno Is
In tho cit vlBltlng hor parents Mr
and Mra. J II. Faakln."
Mrs. M. Stowait mid children
left P8temlny for Wichita' to vlalt
friends ii fow days.
The members or tho Km Kltix Klaa
hold the first of u serls of Picnics at
Highland park Wednesday evening.
All twelve member were presu.t and
an enjoyable time waa had Siippei
wiib aprend on tho luwn in tho park
U hnB come as a great surprise to
tho many friends of Mr. and Mra 3
W. Chatiev. of thla city that thDlr
daughter Graco was quietly married
lo Dr. Fred R. Kruni of Indiana polls
In Oklahoma City last week. Tho
brldo Is an accomplished young wo-
man and has grown to womanhood in
this city. For thu past two years she
na been employed In tho W. II Hr
tod Art fltmllo. In Indianapolis wherv
she first met Dr. Krain. Tho groom
Is u practicing physician lu Indianapo-
lis and graduated from Purdue. Unl
voralty with high honors.
Attend the bin One-hatr Prlcft Sale
of Ladles Fancy Collars Saturday
evenlnd at thVGrand Leader.
1 Rugn- and -Maftha
H till . -
Having bought too !mjnVltrbf tho
Ubovo I waul to soil them or oxchauge
M. COLLAU S. 2nd
Tho "Droamlaild" is still conllnlung
to ilruw Inrgo crowds overy veiling
Tho mai.igmoiit will run shows all
Try Roblnson'o Shoes.
" Why Old He BuihT T
. . . w k
t naw him pimli a lmbv cartw
Along; Hie puth onn Uwy.
Tlio ktI w unuty: wtut at hand.
I lie b.iby ran M play
Quoth 1 "Oood frlfud. 'twill woa
To put tho curt nwny."
I lciiortr not whol It wu I satJ
That t'lrned hla face o rosy red
"Vour Itttlo sir! who uniw- no fa
.?.0"'r "'"'' to rliitf.
.. 'l nut tlm carl usl.le."
r.e.r(.' to '"tile: lm lotikwl afrsy
ill blinlijntr fnco o hlJu
riiut turnml his fhnk o mity "ml.
' Fully 1 .-100 people wltnossod tin ball
game nl tho park yostorday between
Tho Lender ami ('nriltnl nlitnn -I.. ml
er boosters butlgca" wore much lu
1 Dologato Kane ami Judgo Sjlllnian
nru over troiu KiiiBllalior.
It you want a good Ganollno Stave
buy tho Jovvul. It couiblnos nil thy
good points. Simplicity economy
Mufoty ami durability. DAY UHOS
My men's Work Shoeo at 5200
$225 and 12.50 are big vainest- a say
Inn to you of 26c to Gfc a 'pair at
L.C1A V8.3 J A Uody Bowtl Luitlv
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