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TUB LEADER; .qUTnUIE.- OKLA. WHDKEnY,' IDEClSMIBlSP'ao, '1DU8.
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fnec viioimcr in vuvnre
GUI' Stock of
Is as large as 3'ou will
fiB(f ,x,n ' Exclusiyo. H a. t;
Stores of large ciiiesV'
Hceent'oh For'tVlrt. Hasl-ell.
(Shawnee News )
The hnnin nf Mra T. It. Ilnnlatul wna
very attractively decorated with Im 801 East Warnc!' avenue,
nieiiso banks' ot Ivy. holly, red carnii 1 '
Year's dinner lo tho Inmates of tho H9HMra$l?39M-?R3H$aB')t
io contribute to tho dinner Is request- $ mX nirrxi vmrrra
cJ to leave1 donation, at the rosldenco W 1U JLXtXi laWD J
ot Mrs A O. Fatnlharwn, 317 Cast ie'Il--?H-5-i'iB-i'-WW
Harris n avenue I -
I Tho Passion Play at tho Gem 1
Mr and Mr. Charles Cnrr and drawing largt' crowds, boti afternoon
dnnghtoi left this morning for Arkan- and evening
Bas CUy en a visit. '
"i Tho" flnaHc B TOhimltten has ralsod
Or F I). Bakrrnn.l wlfo returned ta.000 for the nntnrtHliimhrit bf hd
rlO their himW IrtMiiololt. 'Wansaar tnis StWoifd heglslattvo assembly next Tucs
morning after a lslt with MrB. J.mP. day. but havo not visited all the mer
chants jet. Thoy will raise another
11,000 If lwsslble, to use for future en
Kels. on East Warner avenue, over
W W Bakor. of Kansas City. Is the
guost of his Mstcr. Mrs. "J. P. Kelly, at
iii nr i iijjffrtB
5 ft HV I IS
i m I i j llifil 111
I' $' :4 :' S lilt
5)ll ff you Want a Long Coal,
SiorZ Coat, Regular Length
Coat you can find it here,
1 We've Overcoats made of all
5 the New 1908-9 Materials.
1 Oar Overcoats were designed
by artists and cut and made
by the most jamous. , wholesale
tailors of America. We in-
vite you to come in and ex
amine and try on these hand
I somes Coats Notice the set of
I the collar, the shoulders, the
swing of the skirt and Our
SMALL-PROFIT Price marked
-in Plain Figures on Each
(SoaC ' fe
tlons. red bells and red and wlilto
cundleVfT ft reception fclven TueS(la)
afternoon, front 3 to 6 o'clock, conipll
mentary lo Sirs. B W Stone ot Slmw
rieo, Mrs C N Haskell of Guthrie, and
Mrs John Wright ot Oklahoma City
lu the receiving line with Mrs. Row
land and thp honerecs stood Mrs. Ay
delotto ftnd M)ss Carolyn Stone. As
sisting In receiving were Mesdamca
Gunarl, flarlt. Mead, Copper, Voi
tnans and Hartyman.
The ciiesjs wore mot at tho door liy
iiitlo Miss Annlo Howlatul, who re
ccUed thorn In e chatmlng childish
In the dlnpig.room, whero dollffbt
ful Ices and cak'ek wero served, woro
Misses Hamilton, Wnde, Duvlll, Tay
lor. Lareli-Mlllcr. DoJee and Durko.
Screened Cehlild 'an Ivy bower was
Stelhl'H orchestra .which furnished en
Joyable music during the afternoon
There were 6no Hundred nnl Beveiv
tyflvo Iu-jtatIons sent out lo Mis
Ho x land V recpotTcfc.
At 6 o'clock tUo husbands of the
ladles receiving w'ere Invited to Jidu
them and saaro In the enjoyment c!
Mrs. Uo land's hospitality.
Mairied at tho hpme of Mr. and Mrs.
h, II. Kuncli. Miss (KIsio I.. Dm ham
and Mr. Gilbert J, Mitchell, Dec. 25,
,1!H)8. Ke. Vlrdrn. pator of tho M. K.
church, ofrinlatlug. Kingfisher Midgut
A ory pretty wedding was solemn
Ii'd at tho hamu of tho bride's patents,
Mr. and Mrs Aloxnmler, ot Altona,
when Mr William Hays Prazler and
Miss Ada Alexander wero united In
matrimony, Rev. Martin 1). C:ats, of
Carrier. Okla , officiating. Kingtlslicr
Mr William Fisher and Miss Lydla
Micas wero married last evening at
the residence of tho hrldo. Mr. Kluhor
Is one of the p-opilctors of tho mnrble
works ot this clty"atld MIss'UlWsM
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas of
G01 South Choctaw."! Heno Anierl
Mr. Fred 'M. Palmer and MIbb Elsie
Heynolds, 'b-th of El Reno, wore united
In marrlugo at Of ti. oMast evenlns by
Rey. F, R. Farrand, pastor ot tno t'res
byterlan church.r-El Kcno American.
Every Garment in Our
Big Stock is marked in
P!aii Figured ?and sold at
rice to everybody.
ft l'a4tlM-:HB-i'-B-MIIKia, I morning from the West side Mr
SI IMVIRSONATj M Hamilton Is a candidate for sergeant
I LOCAL i
f iptaln Meteliler, of Ft Cobb, is In
the city Ho was ono of tho early day
set lets lu Guthrlo and a momlior of
.(he United Statoa marshal's force.
George Haydon, if Xewklrk, is a
Gu hrle visitor.
- u'l Donnls Is up from Oklahoma
I'd Cook returned last evening from
- F H. Houghton Is In Coyle.
Hanker R. E. Stobaugh Is horp tram
resconi. , i$
ttornoy J. J. Hlldroth Is In Arkan
ans City. '
City Marshal E. J. Go&Ion, waslli the
lty last ovpnlug from Coyl'p.
' at-Hrmb of tho house. He Is a lr ns
Democrat ami an all-round good man
Joe H. Norrls, chaliman of tho Re
publican State committee, returned
last ovonlng from Oklahoma C.ty.
here from Edmond,
y, Murphoy Is
W. H. Chappell is InvPerry.
Roy Homsher, formorly of Guthrie
and now of Oltlaboma pity, Is hero
visiting friends. '.
D. U. Jhnson is here from Okmulgee-.
Hanker C. J. Hartman, of Sulphtjrt
is u uuinriu yisiiur.
Attornoy T. It. Owens Is" over
(Muskogee. Ho repcrtB the talk about
saloons being licensed In Muskogee is.
J. M. Ingram, ot Tulsa, Is a Guthrie
ui'wiwimi iiiiminwii jwl
w v$? ji u? sjy fS
1 10 AMONG I
Miss Carrlo E,,
of tho Logan
county high school faculty. Is attend
ing the teachei s' jnoeUngs In Shawnee
Mr. and Mrs. W. H fioyd aro en
tertalnlng at their home south of tho
city Mr and '.""Knight, of Pulaski,
Mr and Mr$. R C Mclntoah aro vis
King relatives In Tpcuroxeh. ,,
The annual r'll call service of the
First Christian church will be conduct
ed this evening. All mombers and
others interested In the 'Now Testa
ment Christianity aro requested to bo
Mrs E. J, BlstndIno and daughter
are visiting relatives in K-irusvnio, mo
Tom Wolch returned this morning, j. R, pmioy, of CJaromoro, Is In tho
II G. Phillips returned last evening
from Ponca City.
J. D. Williams, of Cbant, Is a Guthrlo
. R. B. Forrest retumed to El. Reno
4 A. C. Ooldg deputy clok qf the ITnl
'tod Btatm 'Dlbtrlct court. has gono to
.awtcn on official bublnps.
C. H. Pittxnan Is oyer1 from Enid
j capital city.
l'raeiiriu jiouston ani j. u. APP'o
I man, of Po.-ry, are Guthrie visitors.
Clfftowt and besutinct iht btlrf
I'roOWIM A Illltirlftttl rt KTfTl.
NTtr rita to Bctiirt Ortyt,
Ours P-tlp dtwaar Si half kUIdZ.
Mrs. C. R. Griggs and son, Allien,
a rived in, the cltyi from Muskogeo
Tuesday, joining Mr Griggs who has
taken a position with Furrovs & Son;
For the present thoy will .uako their
homo wlta Mrs. Griggs' parents, Mr,
and Mrs. J. W. Ferrlor, COG East
F. O. ,Lut? is homo fr.m Wichitat
whpre he spent n couple of daye on a
, Miis JlBfiuo;iemp. of the F. O. I.mz
oompauy, Is back at work after a ploasj
ant LiiriBimas at ner Homo in animar
Miss Wellman. ot the F. O. Lutz
store, ha returned after apendlng
Christmas at homo in Clyde, Kansas.
Miss John returned Tuead.iy from
Stillwater, Kanaaj, whoro she had
'been spending Cbrlstnias with home
folks, and bag resumod her duties with'
the F. O. Lutz cempauy storo.
1 illss Mstzlcr. of the F. O Lutz com
pany t.torer lt homo trom Coyle Sha
isajs th,a( slo had the most dtllghtful,
Chrltitmas qf her lite.
i Webb Haker Is In Perry,
Honors Kequumon. &
Governor C N Haskell thlB morilnjr
honored a requisition from Oovorn&r
Hoch f Kansas for tho return1 fp
rruiiKiiii cuiuuy, ma
li .lohn W. Hamilton and wife and Stewnrt, wanted "0
'Jim. -.. ' . . - . ...-
iub wiess arrived in tno ciy tins tstowart js now under
T IMSTfll I MFHT
i n jn V) f,, 'u,
'' Stale 'Ereusurcr James Menifee has
icui,(yp;i a uivw ui fuu,iiywi "ii
a ibarge raife' froasury at W'SsUtnitotf. a .tlio bate
airet lu Tuls, dnce'df MtUfo&f.duy or? 'M K.WJbW
yi schoot fumf iiorYallfn to the Btato of
Does riot Color the liair
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
Stops Pa 1 1! n j? Hale An tzlcgunt Drcsslnic
Destroys IDatudrMfff Makes Hair Grow
Composed of Sulphur, Glycerin, Qulnln, Sodium Chlorld, Capsicum, Sage, Alcohol,
Wtcr, Ptfuje. Ask your doctor his opinion of tuch a ludr preparation.
I ATk fVvrHT Lwll fM I
MrtMMPWfW IIIIIIWH-JH.-Al I, I, HllllMMMiWWhAli !
Ok noma made lu the enabling act.
Monefco calloj upon the attorney gen
eral for an opinion whether ho should,
disburse th,o money to tho schools of
the state. The attornej general held
that the commissioners of the school,
land and loan office have Jurisdiction
over it and that Menefep ghouti sim
ply honor tholr requUltlons di(.wn up-
Dr and Mrs. F. I). BtalforM, of Fred
erlck, aio tliu sueats flf.Mrs Stnlford'a
parents. Mr. nmlMfa. John MaBsoy, at
417 North Division- street.
Miss Nolllo Anderson, of the cltj
public schools, Is attending the toach
ers' conventl.n In Shawnoo.
Mi. and Mrs. Arthur Rlnohart, of
Luther, nro guest of" friends In the
capita! clt. ' '
Mla Gortrudo Hunt, of the logun
county high bo'ioo! faculty, Is In Sba-v
neo attending tho Tcaehois aiocln
Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Huflstree, of Now
Mexico, are tho guest pf Goorge Tip
Thu MIos Maudle rfhtl Iovlim Me
Keep are visiting friends; In Oklah ma
MIm I.ula Croxlou has iotiirneid
from a vtajl Hi Purcell with her par
Miss Nora. J. Cooney, principal of tin
Central school, Is In Shawnoo attend
ing thestato-oahore meeting.
Sir, a,njl lrs. W. k. ItiingH leturnod
to their homo lu Anthony, Kansas, last
ovonlngjjnfterapondlDg the holidays In
the city with Charles Grlswohl and
r jilss F.Wile lledges. of Still tw
and Mlsa Pejarl Ilo-th. of RIohvIIle, Mo.
who spent 'thtr holldajt with MUs
Mamie VhoeJet. havo returned to 8U1I
w,itet- . i
' A Watdh-clgh't service will be 3ld at
lhf'Mi K fifflfrcb. South beginning at
8 o'clock on Thursday evening- All
Hubtirs-of'lhehuichand frleuds art'
cord.lall)Btnyltfl(l,to,Ue,ir.of.um gff ,
sti idi vat floiaai "'' itaiii
The wlvos, sisters aI 'aweetnearts'
of Elks had arranged to keep "pon
house at the Elk club rooms on Frl
Jigs Hleih, of Oklahoma City, Is a
MosdsmoB J J. O'Rourke, Maurlcd
O'Romko and J G. B:ck complliheti
tary to Mrs. G. F. Morrow, of I-nw
rence. KansaB, gao another prolty ono
o'clork lunrheon thlB nftenioon In the
Iono ordinary A five course lunch
oon was soned Tho Invited guests In
eluded Mrsdnme Mencfee. 8r., Mono
fee, Jr , O odwln. Turner, Webber. Heo
S. V Hays, HuRglns. Hughes, Tluimp
son, Cbarb'B UlllliiRsley, Esllo Walton
.1. H Mrr Is. Ljmon Gray. C. SIttoiley,
Trapp. Henedlct, Crow. Stc'.la Holand,
Elizabeth and Ruby McNertl.
Mr C. N Haskell and Mrs. Ruohl
Haskell arrived home today , from
giaw-nee. nlinrn thoy vqr,)iQ KUcstH
of honor of the city yesterday. ,. They
wciq royiMly entertained by the ladlen
of Shawnee wltb n big reception flwi
hall Shawnee was In gala attire for
the stato teachers' mooting,
Tim rcn.s will clvo (ho second of n
soiles of winter dances at the e.ulj
roolns tomorrow evening.
All ladies Intending to receive fpr'
mntiv an Sew Year's day are) -enitenl-
ed to send their announcements to The
Loader eany tomorr.w monmig.
Tho custom of "keeping open hoiiBo't
will not be Innti'Jy observed In Guthrlq
Eastern Star Installation.
Gutlrlo Chapter B. O K R., held a
largely attended Bosslon lant ovonlng
In their lodge quarters at tho Masonic
Temple, at which the following newly
elected officers Tor the onHUtntf year,
woro installed by Mrs. Adolo Spear,
V G. M. ami Mrs. P. M. L. Riy. G M:
Mrs. ra neobank, W. M.; Toaguo
Rav, V.a- Mrs. Altu G. UndorwooJJ
A. M.; Mrs. Hortonso Doyc, Hocrotary:
MIsh Mlna Adlor, troauurer; Ml-a Hot
tlo McGulio, conductress; Mrs. Anna
Lavorty, assistant conductress; Mr,
Gertrudo Wyntt, Ada; Mrs. Laura Al
Ion, Ruth; Mrs. Modla HuriiBdale, Es
ther; Mlbs Josslo I'arao, Manor.;
Mrs. IxmiIho ABkow, Bloctra; Mrs.
Minnie Mathews, oiganlst; Mrs. Jen
tile Homier, chaplain; MrB, Roso Doug.
Ins, warder; MrB. Frelcrlcka Wilson,
mondial, Ell Rockwell, sentinel.
Prior to tho Installation coremon
le svn entertaining program was giv
en. Mrs. Maud Nichols fayaiod with,
e vocal selection entitled, "Lantern
Stai " Mrs F H McGulio lu n pleas'
ug nianiier gavo ono ot ner choice
readings. Tho violin solo by Mrs. E
T Rehllold provod a pleasing number.
Elder T L. Nobblltt, of tho Flrbt
ChrlBtlau church, delivered an ablo
addrcBH which was wr'l rocoived. Miss
Delia Dunkln, In her usual charming
manner gave a vocal Bolectlon. Tho
Toniplo quartotto furnished several
Beginning at four o'clock in the ff
tornoon tho Chapter offlcora confer
rod dogrcoB on several caniUdates.
Tho mombers partook of a six
o'clock dinner served In tho Temple'
magnificent bnnquot room. Tho lo
cal chapter ImB been growing rapidly
within the past year and Is now
among the strongest organizations Jn
Mr. and Mra. Robert 8ohll)org io
turned this morning from Mtflinrspti
and other KntiBas itoititB whero thoy
Hpont tho holidays.
tertalnnietitB during the &txty days den-Blbn.
P. J. Hellman hois common't'l the
erection of a mojjem, , resldenrio on
North Ash strict. '
"Bud" Cross, a . 23-ycnr-oJd negro,
charged with burglarizing the Arthur
Rhodes store at Coyle Sunday night of
$65 worth of clothing and Jowelery.
was placed in the county Jail yestor
day by City Marshal E. J. Got Jon, ot
Cole Cross confesses t tho crlmo
Ho was arraigned boforo Justice Sow
u d yesterday afternoon on tho chatgt
of grand larcony entered plea ol
guilty and was hold to thu District
Tho Hotel Royal has been romodcled
througaout and Is !kw In fliBt clnss
condition ready for ths legislative rush.
Tho lobby has been given a modem
t)nisti and a, largo grains roemi added.
Harry Bani'liJll and Elmer llerwlg
have boon upppluted by the majir art
extra pollcemeu Hllico
trouble wltl tiegrdes.
Tho Etui'"woes Railroad Protective
aaxoc'ntk'ii )h tlU In hshIoii hero be
nliij closed doors In Knight's-of Col
umbus hall. Tho members r-if'iHc. to
;iv out . n tiling us to the proceed
ings' but It Is thought Hint thoy vlll
abandon tho Idea at calling on the
giivernoi and having a cunfeitnco on
pioposed railroad legislation.
Woik will connne'iico tomorrow on
Vbtfulng tho city halLnudltorium nnd
'getting It In shape lor the legislative
dance next Tuosdny night.
The Guthrie Retailors osBaetatlon It
trying t j. land n big buggv factory from
NEWS OF THE $
j B!!!!'!-:'!-:-"--" X
It Is now almost cortaln, nlthquglt
the official announcement IB not as
yet out, thnt tho iieiw dally passenger
train on the Denver, Enid & Quit ro&d
between Guthrie and Kiowa, Kansas,
will be installed Sunday, January 3rd
to tako tho place of the morning Jef-
cal train. Tho train will start at S 40
making connections with Baptn Fe
train No. JG from Purcell, roturnlng
In time to make connections with tho
6 o'clock Santa Fo train front tho
Beginning with tho first of next
week a parlor car will be uldod to
,tho Donvci. Enid & Gulf afternoon
passenger train and the now ton
wheel engine received here yesterday
Is also tc be addd to tho equipment
ot the train.
Among tho recent improvements
added on tno Eastern Oklahoma pas
senger run Is the addition of ono of
mo twenty magnincent parlor care
owned bj the Santa Fe.
Dr. Hasten, chief surgeon of the
Santa Fo hospital at Topeka, ami
"Jim" Thomas, a director of tho ho
phal association also of Topcka, nto
here on a tour or Inspection over tno
Oklahoma division. They ara much
pleased with tho Immense volunio of
bunlnoBs done here by tlifc SAnta Fn
Dr. C. H. Hill will be rettlncd as
Santa Fe physician at this point.
Engineer Dobbi, ot tho Santa Fe.
and family have gono to Missouri ou
a two weeks vacation.
Sauta To Englnrer Tllberry writes
from Wlnslow, Arizona, that na soou
as next pay day romoB ho vlll etimo
back to the capital city to work. Ho
tcyo thcto's no place like Guthrlo to
Said nu Aikntisns City railroad of
flclal, who will soon move to Guthrlo
to reslje "I hovor did like Gutlir
and don't want ter move here " Con
iluctor Peu France, who formerly re
alded at Arkansns City roplied: "I
was Just as prejudiced aSnlnst Guth
rle as you nro when t first moved here
but aftor you have lived her" awhile
nnd heroine acquainted with Mithrio's
cltlzi'im you will Hvo In no other
Mrs (. B .Eastwood ami little
daughter Mary, of Parsons, KuiiHas,
aio tho guests of Mrs. J. M. Snedakcr,
Tho Misses Mlnnlo and Enlmn bl
on of 1'arroiiH, Kansils ,tro tlio
guestei of MIsh Dorothy 3nednfc6r.
icncH now in cauhT
Special to Dally Loader
WyunoAOod. Okla., Dec. 0 'I he
faetloual row In the Haptlit clipreh,
which has been on fo; some time, If
being f.Uo.l lu tho district court to
day nnd Judge H McMillan, of NtiP
niQii, will decide as to which side
should hnvu possession of the meotliig
houiu. M. P. Matbiiii), formor past
or of tho church, has come back from
Arkansas to help out Ills hIiIo. Tho
other faction has Its pivstor J. L. Kol
lor of DavU.
Matheny left Wynnewood a few
months ago, telling hta folio worn new
or to give up tie church. Sirtly af
ter he lelt his opponents got tho
court's pormlytilon to uso tho chufii
every other Sunday. At present tho
ley Is Inteharge or Frank Harris foro
man of the grand Jury, to whom It wa
Intrusted by Judge McMillan.
M. Pilno. or Okmulgoe, horo attend
!ng tho county surveyors mooting, si
ped and fo ) n tho stairway at thai
Metropolitan hnUl yosturdny. sustain
ing painful Injuries, iflo 1b 71 ye'trs
of ngu. He was Immediately placed In
the MethedlHt hcjpltal and Is rcporteil
lo be testing easy today.
It Is stated that ex-County Attorney
F. H. McGulro will be a candidate
against May r BaineB for tho Republi
can nomination In the coming spring
Tho Payne and Logan county boards
of Commls8lonorB meet at Coyle Jan-
n arji mh for tho purpose of awarding
a crnlraet for a steel bridge across the
Cltnanon river at that placode cost
to bo borno Jointly by tho counties.
Friday ovonlng Hartranft Post No
3, G. A. R , will bold an open meeting
for the purpose of Installing tho nowly
elected offlcors t
Tho Manhattan Construction com
pany, which took the Convention hall
b'ndB un tho contract for erecting the
building, report having sold the $150,
f)00 Ibhiio In Chicago markets at par.
This Is a ery good showing, owing ii
tho slow bond market at tho prosolit
time urn! considering fc fact It is a
new Mud of municipal bond.
Lola MeCathion, who mado the
thai go agalimt her fathor, Charlos Mc
Oathr n, of IneoBt has been placed In
tho Roiriio home In thltt city In a de
mented condition at the request of
County Attornoy Hopbiiino. The 10-year-old
girl BtatOB sho has wronged
'tser father and wants (to withdraw the
charge, although she declares tho
charge to bo true,
Orllo O'Maru and W. P. Brown oath
paid a $10 fine In pollco court this
m mlng for dlsardorly conduct.
Thuro will ho no esaIoii of the
togan county district court until the
first week In February, unloss otho1
vIbo ordered by tho Supremo court.
Tho work of extending tho car lino
to Convention ball Is newrlng complo
tlou. W. D. F B6tt. ex-Unltetd Hlat8 mar-
shal of Okla'-oiiia. was up from Wau
rlka yesterday. He Is now chief of
pollco of Waurlka. On January 1st he
agnln goo Into the secret mrvlco of
the Rock Island, bolng first man under
Chief Robblus, who has charge of Ok
lahoma, Arkansas and Texas.
A gun play near the post fflro rout
od eoiiBldorablo exclieniont yesterday
af o ncjn
f b-RESH TOPICS
OF THE TOWN
Good Congreslsonal Timber.
Sonntor R. E Ecbo.s, of Elk City,
Lonler senator rrom tho 8c nd dis
trict Ih boosted by coltcagtiesl aB one
of tho big men of tho approaching scai
Bic-i. Tnero Is n oll directed move
ment among many stnlo politicians to
roe Echols a e ngiesslonal aspirant, If
Foirls, who, wlen III Inst fall announc
ed he might nover again bo a candi
date, should uot ask rc-electiea.
Editor T. T Baker, of tho Holden
Vlllo Times, and J. A. Riusell, one of
Die most prominent politicians of the
Creek-Choctaw sectLn, nlso of holder
ville, arrived this morning and an
nounce tho opening of headquarters
to accommodate Reiii'csenlatlve Hen
Harrison for apeakor Hotb aro long
time icsldents of tho Hughes county
district. Holdonvlllo Is the homo f
Mr. Hui-ht. contestant for a seat from
the Okfuskee-Hughes senatorial dlr,
trlct agolnst Frank Warren. Mr War
ron's name was on tho ba lot In Okfus
kco county as "Warner." and whilo tho
Republicans had BOO majority 'n tho
district, tho two names make It a legal
tanglo without procodont in tho state
Oolon a Newspapor Man,
Senator Mltcholl, of Choyepne, Is ji
now arrival. Ho Is tno Junior Eonatoir
fiom tho Second district Berkharji
Roger 'MIHh and Downy counties -ono
f thu finest agricultural domilrin In
tho new count yi Bermtor Mltrhell Ij
a newspaper man, as Is his brother at
SluiUni'.k, and both considered pro
Motion Pictures and
Tho Perry high school football team
wl play the H.iunui schc-oj team heie
FilUay aftomoon at rjloctrfc )ark The
game Is to he called 41 e o'clock and
lroml&e tj be tfpsej arute-nvRlng., .
" . ,' ;i i,"
Tho Cout.dJ aud Ifdjiner sqaooj topt
ball teams aret jilWlnj; nt Blecir(g
(i?,k t,hl afternoon; f(i ,
i -,ii ., ' I dfl 'Hir- , , .
Ki. 1 (.(-., U'j MAC, tJt-iarv..(i '
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DCroe: tasninnaujo wbiuiiuk (imcr. ,u
tiorthern Britain. EnglUh Udy visitor
nho is ufferlnK from toothache I tay,
day. New Vear'B day This Uea aas gardener, barn jou a dentlt teraf
been abandoned oulng to several coun
ter attractions Instoad. a dance will
be given, the bepond of a berlee, 3t the
club rooms Thursday evening.
Tbo City Federation 'A Women's
club4 are prepailng to give a New
Old Grdener--Yce, mem yee, mem.
Iady VlsitorDota he extract teeth
with the aid of gaiif
Old Oirdencr Ble-M ui ' mem, w
J-se aye guid daylight here! Exebange. J
A Rare Opportunity
r' ' To Save Money!
Wc ftro closing o.y.t our slock of Mixod
nl'rxinls o.t 95c pv utvllon, former price
lb ii Klti tJlM'l'1' , . ' ' ' " ' .' .. v."
h iufi5l ila,! Also'JapA Lac ivn an lurni
tvire slo.ins and ca.rriAjc paints at cost
The Eagle Drug Store
10 J Harrison Ave,