The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 154, Ed. 2, Wednesday, November 6, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA XOVKMISICR 190?
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That's What Next
Next Wednesday Unthrlos hip
rot (on anil esmilvil ons The went
promises i lie tlie 'west ki an (lest
and best ever hild in the capital rltr
The cotton and com ra.nlval held
last eai was a success and the one
this vear will be on the samp line
imlv mn op a murh largei si alp nh
thp one gotten tip last fall was on
The financial flurry of thp past week
Is not golns; to interfeie with the even''
in the least and even Cuthrle mer
chant Is enthused mer the splendid
outlook foi the op-ntva' The banks
will be openei iu hui news Is now
running at normal Owhtie mer
chants will be able to lniv cotton and
niodtice in the same old wny
Cotton brokers are now on theit
wav over from the eastern mat nets
In Inline; then gold and (iiiieno foi
their southern lmers to net the cot-
ton Oklahoma cotton I recognized
to be of the er best staph laised
hence Oklahoma cotton will he In de-
mand Over 200 prises nRiegating the
vast Btini of $1800 will he gUen away
bv Gulhiie meichantg on cotton corn
Given Away hy the Business Men of Guthrie
The W. 3EL Coyle & Co. Houghton & Douglas and Logan County
Co-operative Gin will do custom ginning beginning at 7 o'clock a. m.
Nov. 6 and ending at 6 o'clock p. m. Nov. 1.
Regular prices will be charged for ginning all loads to weigh from 1400 to 1600 pounds. Ail cotton ginned on
these days will be graded for the best output of lint per 100 pounds seed cotton All persons competing for the best output
of lint be sure and get your certificate from the giuner:
The Filtsch Building corner of Oklahoma and Division hss been secured for lieadquartera. All Corn and othar
articles will be displayed there.
Lectures each day on Cotton and Corn by Professors from the Agri
cultural College. Hon. John Field will lecture Nov. 6 and 7 on "Busi
ness Side of Farming."
BEST BALE COTTON-Class A
" For the beat balo of cotton highest grade best lint etc. to be
exhibited on the street of Guthrie No. 6-7-8. All bales received up
to 10 o'clock a. m .Nov. 8. Prizes awarded on the last day of the
One Mikado Steal Range high closet and resorvoir with
granite ware by New York Hardware Co. ...... $ 40.00
and othei faun products absointei ' One Mon's Suit by Ed. C. Petersen
fro" to the taimer
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One Ladies' Suit by Ramsay Bros Dry Goods Co
One Men's Stetson Hat Grand Leader
One Boy's Suit A. 0. Farquharson . .' f
One Ladies' Suit The Parisian.
One Stetson Hat Tom Jenkins.
Square Deal Assured.
Secrtnr Spencer of the nusiness
Mens league wants to assure the
farmeis who contemplate competing
foi prizes In the coming cotton and
corn carnival that 'no wl" Bet a
fair and lm 'initial deal Tli execu-
tive committee of the c.nnlvjl lias al-
ready at tanged to have the Judging
of grains done under the roles of the
government expei intent station at
Htiltwatei and will have government
experts here from that and other
well known agrlcultuial colleges to
do the judging Foi the cotton Judg
;.. ny.f.is iine been selected from
the south) n stales who ar disinter-
ested part left and will give h. farmers
a .ujt and perfectly fair deal
Partners Can Derlv Great Benefits.
One of the principal fMf ire of the
coming caumal is thai it will be of
great benefit to the fanners educa
llonalU is itiRtiuctlons will be given
them b the best HKriiultui.il cxpeits
In this countij along the line of seed
selection which will insure for ths
farmei thebest results One of. Ihe
most lmiioit.int features of frniilng
is the hPlection of seed as t takes
but the same labor to pruluce a crop
that is B')Od and wU'li will bring a
large yield as tfc crop tut barelj.
pajs for ihe laboi put In Othei val
liable lectures will he delivered here
dirtng carpi val week every afternoon
and evening aud the farmer ho
warns to be progressive and learn
how to raise better crops with less
labor can not well afford to miss
Among the noted speakers to ho
heard w Prof. John Fields form-
erally director In the Government
experiment station at Stillwater and
now editor of the Oklahoma Farmer
Journal atf Oklahoma City who Is
one of the net postal agricultural
ists in the west Ut alwavs pleases
his audlancf Prof 1 A Moor
house a corn specialist now In the
employe of the Government Experi
ment station at Stillwater who will
give valuable Instructions to tb farm-
era on 'corn raising in Oklahoma"
and has made a special study of Logan
County .oils In ordei to be able to
tell the IiOgan County farmers what
kind of corn to raise In certain lo-
calities and how to plant the aanv
to get the best result Prof W l.
English a cotton unAciaUst who la a
director In the Government lBxper;
ment station at Stillwater who has
'ipeo-t mftoh hard study and Urn
in breeding cotton in the new state
and st-iding the condition will lec-
ture ou 'cotton "
Headquarters in Filtsch Building
The executive committee has open-
ed quarters in the Filtsch building
sTiT a r!nhT ')!1 DJvB?n 0Qe Rooking Chair by W. L. Rhodes ..
street apfl arranged stalls for the J
greai agricultural exfflhlt Societal
Spencer of the Business MeiTa Ieag j
ue and Secretary Ravson of the
Mercliant s f Retail assoclatioa are !
aa.t a I UVim ft
ite aM f ?
Total... r ? 28.5J
MOST BALES OOTTON-Olass B
Tho farmtr exhibiting the greatest number of bales of cotton
of his own raising on Nov. 6-7-8.
One Couoh by Patterson Bros. Furniture Co. . .- .s ? 2f . 00
One Single Sirrelftd Shot Gun by E. L. Hirsoh 4 . 50
One Pair Hoosier Sohool Shoes by Grand Leader . V 2.00
JCotal ? 31.50
SECOND PRIZE. v.
One Phonograph by E. H. Knauas ? 25.00
One Ladies Suit The Fair Store . $ 15.00
Best Decorated Bale-Class C
One Ladies' Silk Waist Pattern by Ramsay Bros Dry w
Goods Company .... Mh ...... ?r ..5.50
One Pair Men's Shoes Grand Leader... .m vt 4.00
One Boys' Suit J. J. Abell . -. ff 5.00
Total ...vs. . ?. 14.50
One Set Silver Knives and Forks J. N. Wallaae -.
Wall Paper A E. Gray ..
Ten Pounds Bours Art Coffee Bank Grooery ..w
B15ST TURNOUT-Olass D
' To the farmer whose (load of ootton yields the beet turnout ot
lint to the 100 lbs. of seed cotton.
This ootton to be ginned Nov. 0th at 7 a. m. and ending at 6
p. m. Nov. 7 1907 in Guthrie Oklt. Loads of seed viotton to run
from 1400 to 1000 pounds.
' FIRST PRIZE.
One not Blast Heater by J. J. Houston
Hat of 2W prUea sgaregatlna in value
the large oiim of 'early $2 0tw dol-
lars which will b fc'ven away by the
merchants of the capital city the list
of which appears in another place
In The Leader Don t forgat tK dates
Novemner 6th 7th and 8th
Fr street aUrtftloim will lw iv
n hre every afternixm ami evemn
d irng the carnival The how will
b first rlasa and up to dan Oiii. i
amusements will b a'lanj d bv th
Your Fare Paid.
tJutlni. retatl daleis will again
give pecll al4g dayo on their mer
chadlM and will also through their
Initio txiHiis'on depattineut pa th
fermeih railroad fare Ivotli way at
tha rat- if om mile foi eveiv doliai
Eight Yards Dress Goods Goods any Color Ramsay Bros Dry
Goods Co ....... .......y... -. 10-00
containing tb uue "ul' wwil "X oru-
p aja v
$ 20. 00
Ono Watch by E. A. Douglas . ? 5.00
One Funey Dress DolL St. Loais Raokst Store 3 75
Dresden Cooking Utensils by E. L. Hirsoh 5 00
One Photo Album Bugle Drug Store ........ 2 00
(Hied success ttUd the farmers hit.
Total ? 15.75
One Top Dress Coat A 0. Farquharson . . w m $ 15 00
One Ladies' Hat The Parisian $10 00
TTUSf SSTfZ&Sr fiMh i0no Buoks Hter J - 5 10.00
May B'e Annual Event. XXV Wlti. V1UAX.
The ca-ivai ta year proved a de One Set Knives and Forks. 0 W.White S 10.00
One Boy's Overcoat Ed 6 Petersen . ..
Fifty Flora tie Tille Oigam by Thos. Ville. . . ...-. . . .km ?
TBNTH PRISE. -' i.
One Ladies' Gold Ring H. B. Lindsay . $
One Pair Ladies Shoes Grand Leader -. .-.
TWELFTH PRIZE. ..Xmct
One Pair Shoes 0. F. Eisonsohmidt..-. ......
THDtTEENTH PRIZE. .. .
One Lamp Joe Willis ... . ...
FOURTEENTH PRIZE. n
Table Cutlery J. J. Houston ............
FIFTEENTH PRJZE. . ..
Granite Cooldng Utensils E. L. Hirsohi ...... X. .-....
Two and One-Half Bushels Colorado Potatoos Dawson &
MoElhenny - --.
SEVENTEENTH PRIZE. .
Kitchen Furniture J. J. Houston -. .w......
Granite Cookfiig Utenails E. L. Hirsohi $
Fifty Pouno. Sacfc Flour Gutlirie Milling 0o.....
One Saok Gold Medal Flour. Beatner Grooery Co..
One Five Pound Package Coffee Guthrie Coffee and Tea
TWENTY-SECOND PRIZE w.
Fifty Pound Sack Flour P. V. Smith rt..
TWENTY-THIRD PRIZE. .
One Boy's Hat A. 0. Farquharson. .
$ 2 50
$ 2 50
mm ' tFe Say
Drawn Prizes for Loads Class E
Every farmer bringing a load of seed cotton to the Guthrie Gins
may receive one of these valuable premiums as per list bolow.
The flrat number drawn will be entitled to first prizo and so on.
These prises vjill be drawn for at 3 o'olook p. m. at the Ootton
and Corn Fair Committee headquarters. Flltsoh Bldg. Nov. 6 1907.
1st Premium. One Suit Clothes Grand Leader $ 18.00
2nd Premium : One Parlor Clock With Ornaments H. B. .
Lindsay -.. . . jf 17.50
3rd Premium: One Fur Scarf The Fair Storo ..to-fc if 12.60
4th Premium: One Dress Pattern Grand Leader. ... f: 10.00
5th Premium On Clock 0. W. White . u .. 10.00
6th Premium: Ons Silk Waist Pattern Ramsay
Dry Goods Co -
ui i-renuum una waanuig maonine a. u Jtiirsoni. .hm i
8th Premium: One Boy's Suit Id. 0 Petersen
9th Premium One Trimmed Ladies Hat The Fair Store
10th Premium One Mirror With Candle Sticks Owl Drug
(.ConUuutd on Paga 2
11th Premium- Gold Glasses 0. R. Renfro .
12th Premium- One Dosen Photos Arnwntrout Bros.
IStii Premium- One Pair Shoes J. J. Abell
14th Premium1 One Parlor Lamp M. Collar .v
lfitli Premium - Fair Ladies' Shoes P. 0. Robinson. ...
lfllh Premium' Qraaite Oookteg Utensils J. J. Houston.. J
17th Premium Groceries E. M. Ohester ...ltHi
18th Premium - 7-ft. Ootton Sack E. 0. Heilwan . . . .-. ..
Five Founds Koca and Java National Tea and
Ooffso House ............ MM
19th Premium- In trade 0. 0. D. Grooery .. .
20th Premium - On Fancy Basket Kew York Racket Store
21st Premium: Cooking Uteasus. J. J. Houston ..... (
22nd Premium- One Pair Girrs Shoes. P. 0. RoblnRoa...
SSrd Premium- Boy's Hat J. J Aball
24th Premium Boy's Shirt Collar and Tie A.
quharson . . . .-.-.. .-..
8fith Pramium: On Pair Pictures St. Louis Racket Store
26th Premium: Two and One-Half Lbs. Royal Tea. Bank
Grocery ... --....-... .....wm .m.wwi
27tit Premium . Three Bottles Thatcher Blood Syrup W
T1M. . . . .
38th Premium Fifty Found Sack Flour. Guthrie Mill. Co.
29th Premium Fifty Pound Sack Flour New State Gua
Anderson .... .. ........ ... M
80th Premium Pocket Cutlery J J. Houston -
31st Premium Two Boxes Writing Paper. F. B. LiUie . . .
32nd Premium Two Bottles LUhes Cold Cream F. B. Lfllie
SSrd Premium One Jardinere Kw York Raokot Store. -
34th Premium- Weekly Leader . ........
35tli Premium Seeds by Furrow & Co ...... ........
38th Premium Three Bottles Extract Guthrie Tea and
Coffee House . . ........ .. ....
C7th Premium One Faery Waste Basket New York
Racket Store Ml........ii'MpmwMm7.ji
38th Premium: One Dosen Bottles Blueing V. P. Bower .
39th Premium: One Pound Box Candy J. B S Hall.
40Ui Premium: One Pound Box Candy Barrick w...
41st Premium- One Pound Box Candy. H. O. Miller '
42d Premium: One Pound Candy. Barrick. . m
43rd Premium- One Pound Box Oantty J. B. S Hall .--.
44th Premium: One Pound Box Oandy H. 0. Miller ....
45th Prerimm: Weekly Farmer. State Capitnl ....... J
4flth Promium: One Bottle Perfumo A. E. Gray.. i
47th Premium : Boauty Corn. E. Hnrtehorn . ... . . . -m-o
4Rth Proniium r Rloa. E. Hurthorn . - - . --'
-" "" ' ' " F
40th Promium: Silk Soap R. L. Miller Sr Oo-- l
BOth Promium: Ono Pound Box Oandy fi. 0. Miller & Co.
Drawn Prizes lor BalesClass VIT
Every farmer bringing one or more bales c cotton forjbala
or oxhibit on the street of Guthrie Nor. 6-7-8.
May receive one of these valuable premiums s.
Each person who brings one or more bales of cotton' win ro
ceive a ticket for each bale on which he may draw one of the lollop
ing premiums t
One Ladies' Suit Grand Leader S 25..00
One Men's Suit J. 7. Abell . 1 15 00
4nuvu ijuo. t rxtm
One Cravennette Rain Coat A. 0. Farqunarson r 1.00
FOURTH PRIZE. " "
One Sing-le Set Harnesti A A. Leor .... ... . . .NNIS
FIFTH PRIZE. aBfttiiaMtjliWk
One Overooat Men's J. J. Abell . .wW. .....
SIXTH PRIZE. m
One Cotton and Corn Plantor J. S. Lyons . ..... . . . .
SEVENTH PRIZE. . .
One Largo Doll Now York Raokot Storo . .. . .'. ...
One Rookor Patterson Furniture Co. ....... . .
NINTH PRIZE. . u t
One Heating Stove Day Bros. ... MW
One Tea Set Guthrie Glass and China Store ...
One 22 Remington R4fls Frank Olsmith 7 50
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