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THE LEADER, aUTIUtTE. OKLAM
TinJRSfJAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908.
W WSsfi You
AH a Happy
We Will Be Closed
All Day Tomorrow
ft i-HJnB-r-ni-:-iiiaiK-i-ia' tc
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- at sa- i k m m
Pudloy Doolittlo has returned to his
homo In Kansas, aftor spending a few
daa in Guthrie and Oklahoma City.
Mr. Jim Brooks Jr., returned Tuoa
ila from a hunting trip, -, ,
i:. II. Cohy Is hero from Chandler.
1:1 Mrjsklll, of .VaUna, Is a Guthrie
IV C. Mln:r roturned to Arkansas
C iv !ast evening.
T'jrmer Delegate D. S. Hose Is here
Uev. W. II. Itoso Is in Enid In the
Interest of the Methodist hospital.
Tanker G. E. Burfonl, of Mulhall.
w. .. In the city last ovenh.g.
C D. Webber IiaB returned from
Prof. G. W. Dorriok has relumed
fr m Sliawnco where he attended the
Jie H. Cllno. of Hobart, Is a Guthrie
visitor. Mr. Cljno was assistant atUr
ney general under tho Prantz admin
tration. Senator J. $3. Morris has a rived irom
his homo in Hooker.
V. B. Thompson roturned to. To-
poka last evening.
J. E. :ator, of Stillwater, Is u Outli.
Bdllor U. ?. Hussoll tas roturuod
from a trip ta Shawnsr
A. It. MoManus, forniorly of Tisho
mingo, and now of Eldorado, Is a 3uth
rlo visitor. Mr. MCManus was pnviUo
secretary to Speaker W. ill. lurray in
the First assembly.
J A. Harris, of Hobart, Is hero mill
ing with the politicians.
;sslstant "Jnlted States Attorney j.
W. Scoth rn is la Stillwater.
W. II Hayes Is among the Cleveland
vounty Dembcrats' ioro toddy. r
Orporatlon Comntissioner A P.
I All Run Down?
All run down, easily tired, thin, pale, nervous? And do not know I
what to take? Then go direct to your doctor. Ask his opinion t
of Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimula-j
tion. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterative, an I
aid to digestion. Let your doctor decide. i&ti'tf:,- I
Will Be Clored
Januar' 1st J
Watson returned last evening from
J. E. Campbell, of Holdunw.le, Is a
Attorney Monian Prnitt Is up from
Senator Harry Iteoler is over from
Ciiocotah. "Handsome Harry" wants
sonio honors at the hands of tho He
publicans in their caucus. Senator
Emory Biownlue. of Kingfisher, IB
hero on the same mission.
Hopresontatlvo-olect C. M. Comptoii
of Kay county. Is a Guthrlo visitor.
Representative J. II. Lincoln has ur
rived from Okmulgee.
Representative HI. T. Parsons, of
Alva. Is hero mllllni with tlu lli.mih
13. E. Wells, of Goltry. is a Guthrie
M. D. Talbot, of Cherokeo, Is nniotiR
ttio Alfalfa county Democrats horo.
Wm. M. Alexander and W. I.. Mozart,
of Okmuigee, are Guthrlo visitors.
Representative Peter J. Coyne, ol
HcRors county, arrived this morning
Senator S. j. S.ldanl Is down irom
B. U. Domihoo, of tfeo Ponca City
Milling Co., Is a Guthrlo visitor.
J. W.. Mansoll, oi
Hobart, It a
'Mrs. It. Hlttenhouso, of Chandlor, is
a guost at the Hotel Iloyal.
Iteproeontatlvo-elect It. h. Gloror, -A
Hush Springs, arrived this afternoon.
At the farowoll rocoi-tloii tonderod
jto Bank Commissioner H. It. Smock
''by the assistant bank oxaminors laet
j ovonlng at the Hotel lono Mr. Smock
vtQa prosonted with a handbomo stu
dent electric lamp.
..II tfioE who have room a to rent to
tho membors of the legislature cull tip
372. or call at my office smt wo will
take the m.ttter up 1th the I ;gUl-.,tor
V. I,. 5:yle, fJbalrmar Untortaliimont
Tiie preliminary hearing oi Charl m
McCalhron charged with incos, will
oncur Saturday before Justlco T. ;8.
Monday afternoon, December 28th.,
nt Trinity Episcopal church. Huvorcnd
A. 11. Nicholas officiating, occurred the
marriage or Mrs. Florence Carlln to
Mr. Chnrles Johnson. Mr. Charles
Burns, Mr. W. T. Ilnndolls and .Miss
Gladys Carlln were present at the beau
tirul service. The echple will reside
at Elk City.
Tho West Side W. C. T. U ladles
will meet Xew Year's afternoon at 2
o'clock, with Mrs. W. P. Washburn,
218 South Second. All manlier- "e
most earnestly requested to be piJ
ent; business of Importance.
Mrs 12. O. Kygor nud two da 'liters
arrived thl morning from Clmndler
enrouie to Wlnflo'il, Kns., their 'home
They were the guests between trains f
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Oldfleld, 111 South
The pastor of the Pirst M. E. church
Rev. E. E. Kalrrhild. and wife, will re-
reive New Year's callers at the par-
nonage tomoirow from 2 to 10 p. m
They will bo assisted by niciiibp-'s of
the Ladles' Aid sjplety. An elaborate
program if music, vocal and Instru
mental, will be given both aftom.on
and evening. Members of the emigre
gatlon and friends arc cordially Invited
A delightful box party was given last
ovcnlng by the ,r. U. G.'s at Tho Isle
of Spice" production at rbo Brooks,!
wsc evening complimentary do the
I. O. IJ.'s, tho former bolng a young
ladles' club and the latter a y.ung
gontlemon'a club, both composed
largely of high school studiiits. Those
present were: Misses Juno Moss,
Mattle Clare Gano, Allco Spencer
Ethyl Douglas, Helen Ilronson, Elinor!
Ilnnford. Eva Kllnk, Knilo 'Mllllkan j
Claudie Hamilton, Bess Whitley;
Messrs. Iee Cocl.rum, Ramscn Hnmlll,
Harvey Matched, Clydb Dunkln, Geo
Oiks, Earl Underwood, Noel Walton.
Odllh Spin rler. Hay Trabnud and Ira
Mr. and Mrs. I,. Hednian are visiting
In Crescent with friends. Mr. Hodman
Is a nmmbST of tho pollco foico and Is
enjoying a brief lay off through the
Mrs. J. Marshall left last ovenln,; for
Prescont to spend tho week end with
her daughter, Mrs. Emnicit Stobaugh.
Adler's rchostra returned this morn
ing from Perry wiiero thoy furnished
inti'lc for an enie.'tnlniuent last evon
Ing. Mrs. P. B. Itcboy. wife of Manager
Harry Hobey, of tho Ploneor Telephone
and Te'ograph comiwny. will give n
New Year's oo watch party this ovon
Ing complimentary to tho implpye-s of
tie local offlco at tho Hoboy h.nio,
1 107 Wost Wi shlngton nvonuo.
Mrs. G. E. Dunnlcn and daughter
DorotliY, and Mr. ami Jlrs. Tom Tay
lor and son, Thomns, havo retiirnod
rrom Tonkawu where thoy spent the
holiday with relatives. '
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Cain, of G20 East
Sprlngur avenue, aro entertaining Miss
Irono Clem, of Kingfisher.
Mr. P. m. Davis Is enjoying a visit
fr.m her daughter. Mrs. Ella Tiller
man. and children, of St. Louis, Mo.
.Mrs. .1. It. McCray. of 172!! Weat .Man
sur avenue. Is entertaining Miss Dulr
Gnnrott. of Darlington.
One or the enJojahM social function
of .Monday evening was tho entertain
ment given by Miss I.Ida Gaffnoy at
aer 'Some on Wost Mausur avenue to
the Young Vol pie's Sunday School clne
of tho what Sldo Mothodist chit roll.
Mr. II. I.. Miller, oX 701 East War
uer avenue, entertained a number o
the J. U. G. club girls Tuesday after
noun complimentary t o her grand
laughter. Miss Clarice WJiKaHer, ol
The KlkB will give the t leond of a
series of dances this veniug nt thelt
h.nio on North DIvIsloi street com
pllmeniary to out of town gueste. The
event promises to be largely attended
Adler's orchestra will gh0 their an
nual New Year's ove dance this even
ln In the Hovelor's hall. Kvorj'bod
in vi teu.
Vlltsfi Maurluo Phillips, teaoher of elo
cutlon, will return Saturday from t
ten dayH' visit In Oslcago Ith hoi
Tho Ktinona club nas omortatnod by
Miss I'ranklo Ourl this nfterno n at hoi
homo on East Noble avenue.
.Im HhoMhnL- is tlsltlug In Kansat
City with rdlatjves,
Among: tbo loading social fu irtlont
of Now 'ear"H day will be the si
o'clpck dlnnot given 'by Mayor C. .M
Banns at his homo. il."i East Noble
avenue, complimentary to, ton iiiambe
-f tlie Monday BvoijIur jllgu Fivt
rlitli, one of the pioneer Borlal organi
.zaJq.U8 of Guthrie. :
rse aununl roll call services , Mm
Fli$l Chrktlan ohuroh last evening
was among the plexslng boclal fuor
tlons of the weok. It was a rally ol
ihn mnnituim t. iiwtm I, Alt.. a.n-.m.nl
: ..... HIVUIUVIP IV Ww Ul IU4 IUIBJilUI
' w rk for the enulug yow. T ie recep
tion and enturtcoinient was given in
the chinch audltoiium and the Ladles
Aid society tfwvod light refre4hincnti
In the basement whore sixty gucut
wore served at a fltno. The table?
woo filled sovoral times and fully 300
of the roomborship tf t' e church w -c-pre
pnt The churcj pow lias a mem
l)Cr8hI of closo onto f00 and Iholr nlm.I
as r.iauvi oy i-.isior i. i,. .-vsunii. is 101
swell the number to 700 dutlng tho
j ear 1009. Tho reports of several t
the church officers will be given In
connection 'with the Sunday evening
Soornl box parties were given at
the DronkB theatre last evening, qt
"The Itde of Splco" production. ' ' , ,,
T"i Koonoy "sioonoy anaii emii comi
p sl a box parly nt the "Isle btSidce"
production at tho.JJrooks theatre last
Ile.idv to mall cnnlost of Tim DkIIy
lioador Anniversary number. 10 cents
nn address. Bond address and money
to The leader office. b will do the
a ....LUUiuLiniiu uuuuu , S
Senator J. II. Strain ot Wnnn ar
rived last evening. He i an aspirant
to the position ot president pro tern
of tho senate.
Hen VJlon, of Cnnndlan county, Is
bare VfMl' large d"logntlon of Deni
oefnts today urging thnt Den be made
speaker nt tho house. ,
Hopresontntlve M. D. Cope of El
Hone, Is a Guthrie visitor. He Is for
Wilson, lie nys.
Ex-Seantor 11. Johnston of Ca
nadian county, Is making a hard race
for the position of sorgeant-at-arms
or the semite.
Hon. W. II. Murray arrived this
morning from Tishomingo and Is busy
at the Ioni toduy talking llh his
many friends who are Rlad to see him
looking so honrty nftor his summer's
niege ot slckuoss.
Senator Henry S. Johnstc" 'if Per
ry iias nrrlvod on tho scone and Is
working for his friends.
Sonator L. K. Taj lor nrrlvod this
morning from Chlcknshn, accompanied
by his wlfo. anl Is a guest nt t(io Ho
tel lono. Senator fnylor Is In favor
or small but ofllclont forco of employ
os In the sonato this session.
Hcprosonhitlve-oloct Jlonry Ireton
ot Chlckasha has suffered he loss
of vsovorul inouiDors of his family dur
ing tho paai ycrir.
Hoiiroseniatlve John H. IliMge., of
Woodwnrd who arrived this morning
suffered tno death of a son recently.
Hoprosotilntlvooleot J. H. Maxoy
Jr. arrived this morning from Shaw
noc, Ho In iho honoi tho Into Judge
Maxcy.i.iho was tho first of tho frani
ts of the new stt.to'8 constlliitlon to
Iteprosciilallve JHIIon Dryan and
Ills frloujla nrrivod-thls mornlnc from
Shnwiief autl have opened lie.tdiiu'ar
tors at iho lone. " "
10)fSunstor E. L. Crnllo of Norman
Is hero courairlng with politicians.
. ' r ; t t. '
Hgprosontntlvo Hob Wnllnco, or
Garvin comity, arrived this artonioon
from ;nnl8 -Vrlley. Ho Is proinlnoiU
young Democrat with a bright future.
8eiiaj.pD.B. T. Sorrels t.-rlvod this
myrfilii 7o.r iho third time to ropre-nantjjjlfi-
boiistltuents In .MsCiiribtn
county fit the onpltnl . Ho sat In the
ooiibumuonni convention ami In tho
upper houte ot the first assenbly.
Hopi'osonintive J. H. Whuyne of
Pauls Valley Is on deck.
Attorney H. L. i.uurnr.i Hi.. ,-..n
JtnDvii4(Jleveland ( rator and iiolltlclnn
uiiiiiuy ui,orse present nt toe HMe!
Ion j (.o.lay.
J. J.- Upward, of Plarotmir, who wai
ohiefi clorlc pf the uppor house lu tho
Pirst assembly Is o.i Iock. Ho Is now
entfngfcd In Cie prstotlco of Inw at
niurmuore and iwil not be a cnmll
dnto uUolit thii tlmo for aii olllco.
Spnator Hoy Stafford nrrlvod this
MUnjr of ille leglslnhvo members r.-o
arrMiijr am! ensaglns reshlfuceg for
the 80 dtiyt session.
.Many oi ihe members of the Secind
Isgislstlve assentbly now hre took
ailriitiee of the Convention hall
being oponed yesterjf.y and today
whllo Jie wall are toeing fitted up t
Inspect the mean 1. 1 cent J150.O0O hiiili
Ing, the lteyg u hlch we'o turnel
over to ibe s.ale yesterday.
Chairman Joe Norrls. r thd U ipub
Mean ctite committee. Is entertaining
tho nepiiWIoa.i eiiresentailves-nlnct
hi. iho Headquarters at the lloiel line.
Hepreontatlve Joe Sherman ot Ma
or county Is on dock.
A small bottle of Scott's
bmulsion costing lifly cents will
last a baby a month a few drops
in its bottle each lime it is fed.
That's a small outlay for so large
a return of health and comfort.
Babies that are giver
quickly respond to its helpful
action. It secniG to contain just
the elements of nourishment a
baby needs most.
Ordinary food frequently lacks
this nourishment; Scoit's
Emulsion always supplies it.
Send (his (lwtljmnt, together vllh nm of
rarer. In wliwh It ppeirs. nJ' ut-l'cM iul four
crnl In enltt mtinn, nd t will tenJ
"ConniUl llpJi AlLu c( l!it WwU' .1 :
SCOTT yt UOW'NT. 409 1'MilSlrrtt. KVoik
Fiftv Cents a Montis
i i, i i
Those who have always paid 25
cents a pair (or Inferior sox can
Dow havo tho best at this price.
Holeproof are tho original
guaranteed sox tho first that
vrera sold under a 0 months
The makers pay tho top market
price for their yarn they buyonly
the finest andcottcst Egyptian and
Sen Island cottou.
I SHORT OUTS tf
$ TO THE .NEWS
No papor tomorrow.
Tho J. I'. Hill Construction conip.my
Is employing titty men on the curb, gut
tor and storm sowor work on Noblo
There -will not bo many Guthrie la
dlea Hcup open house tomorrow.
Don't Tercel about tho blB loclsliitlvo
haniiuot, hall and rocuptlon Tuesday
O.'a (Iniiu'woll was lined t in p.
llce com t this 11101 nlnp; for extracting
$lfi irom tho pockot of KIiik Jonca
wluout Junes' Ituowlodce.
David l'arks wiib given a six days
nontcniee 011 troot work this mbrnliiic
for dlsororly conduct.
Halph N-blo who deturted wo.'k on
tho Conve'.tioii hall grounds last .eok
while serrltit; out 11 nlty Jail sentence,
was re-arrested last night b) the polleo
iumI Is back uu his job today.
W. I. Drown Informs The Lender
that he was not lined In police tjurt
yeeterdiiy, hut thnt it was another
Seres 'jf lynchers pa Med threuif.
tlit city today enroiite to tholr lumee
In Northwestern and ffforthern uk.ii.
hania nftor nttondlnj, tlio Tonchers' as
jorlatlou uiuetiiiKH tu Hhuwnoe.
AssUtnnt Attorney (itdifi'al V. ('
Heevea holds in an opliiou thnt liisur
auto agents should be required to pay
Krcupatl' 11 tax m well as the vendem
ot wuiet. t'he city ordinance of Outli
r!e reuires Insurance agents tj pu
j HrroMt of $0 enei year, but it Is not
On account of the oraneellstlc ser
vices the lectin of I'rof. Olt, who wes
Wiled by the (lutb'.le iwtctui-o course
for Jan. ary SSnd., has been posip ned
until March iith.
it. A. Uuffney is erectlux a $l,Suu
reshlsiico on the Waat Side.
0. V. Waceb is erectliiK 11 modern
collate on Vest Vilas avunue.
Jx-Shorlff lart .Murphey la rMug
two cottages on 'Oast Springer avenue
for rental purpose.
c. 8. Dalard la Uullding a ll.opu
:eshleuce . t COS South bird tieet.
i'lro Oj'el Oruher It kept busy writ
Ing out penults fur bulUllnije.
J. H. Heeeo (s building a modern resi
dence In the ,;3g" addition.
7o now reklilujces are being built
in the -SOD block uu tttst O'ilboiija
nvenutt, u '
The work of lovoliog and surfacing
the street car extension to C nventlon
h-ll Is noil under c-xy and work has
t'egiui on tunklng the eonnectlous wlih
the Warrior avenue line at Oak i.e,'t
add Oklahoma avenue aud ai Nob e
avenue and Drexel Iwulevard
The Uev. K. J. HoulKln. the n ited
(Villtornla evangelist who Ik gins a
four weeks' scrleo of iiiei-Ung lu the
Cavoldy bl k Monday, has mad" a
wonderful record In Oklahoma
Now 25 Cents a Pair
You can now buy a box of six pairs of
Holeproof Sox formerly $2.00 for $1.50
Hut the top market price Is now
less than It was, so the makers aro
now saving you SO cents on sis
pains. Yet you get the sanio cos
Come In and see what Holeproof
arc like. Judgo if you want tho
genuine. Dccido if any other
brand Is one-half bo good. Learn
what you save nnd.gnln wheu'yott
SOLD ONLY BY
V, t'KJJSJtl TUJPJLUS m
OF THE TOWN
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Stores Wit' Close Tomorrow.
In accordance with the closing
schedule (he undersigned atorert will
he closed all day New Year's. Signed:
Ed C. Peterson, Chus. l- IJIsonschii-.hlt,
Itiiiis.iy DroB. Dry Goods Co., A. O.
Knnjir'-'.irsoi), F. O. t.ulz Dry (toods Co.,
J. J. Alioll. Drown Dry (l.odn Co.. .Mon
arch Dry GoodB Co., V. C. Hoblnson, M
Holir, Tom JonKlns, Attest: W. A.
Special Service nt Trinity Church.
Marking the beginning of the New
Vour jipclnl services w'il be hold at
Trinity ICpUcop.il church, IKIS ICast
Ni bio nvcniic, tomorrow morniiiK at in
Central School Team Won.
The plucky Central school football
twm Jefeatsd the Horry school team
in an exciting game nt Klectrlo park
yesterday afternoon by the score of
22 to 0. Thin makes the second de
feat for tho Herry team, they having
3eu Jefonte.l on their borne (.munis
p the score of 0 to r throe weeks
ago. The features of the game wore
lonj end runs by I evl Grlawold and
.Harrv Weinberger and the punting
of Clint D.-own und Geo. Uruniier.
flany Weinberger made two of the
PMir rwendowiia. T.ie boys all play
1J woll and are Justly proud of their
vlcWry.' Haul llcCnrty, of tho Hor
ry team, bad n leg broken Hiring the
gunio a the result of a ilorre tackle.
Eeri tu "y111 VouHawAlwri Bought
NEWS OF THE .ft
Dlrisltn Buiteiluifi.IDt W. K. Ktter
of (he Santa Fc. in the city list
S. D. gauiidertt, Santa Fe nnlnmshier
lu Oklahoma. Is here arranging f'ir ihu
new rheclule, rffectlvu Hitnduy, when
a vuivt train will be Installed oa r e O.,
111. ami G. road to Kl:wu, Kaimas.
Kttgilieer Bert Moody, who r
cently burl In an accident Ii: able 1
be out, but wl 1 n it "evuine his Juil
until next week.
.I n'TTTTiKiii ji
We ore closing out vsir Htocfe off Mijxe2
I'txhnis a.4 95c per $ a.l!on, ffornrtcr prise
( . t t 4'
SI 35, A1sr Jap-A Lac and all ffurrS
turo ala.ins anil carriage paints at cost
The Eagle Drug Store
10 J Harrison Ave.,
Guthrie Lecture Course,
On uccount or the I3vnngellrti 8er,
vice l'ror. Oil's Lecture will 00 puti,
lionoi to Mnr. 9th.
o -fs. m a? o xtl 1 jx.
Itr. tbo -"18 Kind Yw llara Always Bougl.t
New Year's Dinner
Owing to the groar reduction thee
pneos aro tor gabh onlv.
19 lbs. 'Jraniilnled Sugar '.,.0u
Van Camp's Hominy or J.onhr
Hominy a cans for 25
The Ilonuty Drum1, tin best can
ned Jorn, :i cans ror Jf.
f Kaunas City Halting 'owoer nl- r
ways wills for i.!io, pe, can 20
Hie I'umpkln, the best kind, three ,,
cans for . , ,JS
Three cans Kraut 25
Kvaporated Hoacheii. Apilee and
Altrlcots, por iiouud 10
"Mother's Oat." per package . .10
209 15. Harrison Av
Motion Pictures and