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THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLA... MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1905.
fAGE FIVE. i j y THE ONLY One Price Clothier IN GUTHRIE Ask to see our ? 'MbelPs -' Special" Soft and Stiff Hats. PRICE $2.50 John Stetson's We have just received our first ship ment of the New . Fall Styles in John B. Stetson Soft and' Stiff Hats. The styles in this celebrated Hat for this fall are exceptionally good and sen sible. We will be glad to show you all the new things in New Stylish Hats. I Personal I Mention, Mr. Chug. S. n In It ire fren IloMrt. Paul Foster spent yesterday at Wichi ta. John llhtnehart went to Wichita ntr- day. T. S. UvJnsiton, or Wichita, Is It the eity. SOCIETY 1 -35 (ij Nelle Catherine uunyan. Events and Personal Notes. saag aaaBaaaiMMM j j i . u n nr niiwaBeaBfagaww ijL'S'JuaEt 0 . Page, of Iho eity. Jan.av. la a, rltor In Captain John Taylor ttM returned from OKewmh, I. T. C. XT. Cook was In the city from Paw no yesterday. Albert Wearer, of Milwaukee, was the ctly Sunday. In Mlaa MatUe Meyers "tehlng Sunday. waa liere ftom MIm Bertha Sohupp.has returnetl from a trip to Colorado. 8. J. Danlela ami even tea; for Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. S.1111 Uarton and Miss Margaret Barton, of Knnsas City, wb-i I their guest, spent Sunday at Oklahoma City. Dr. and lire. W. W. Rucks and Mr and Mrs. J. H. Rucks returned Hn.tir day evening from a several week' trip throuKh Tennessee, their old home 'J hey report having- had a most onjoy.iblo Visit Mm. Prank Stoddard, of BlncVwell. waa In the oily Sunday, the guest Mra. J. TV. fllade. Mi" vbltrd iho ns. My In the afternoon, waa shown ever eity and .ipent a most 'llghtf.il dn , the oapltai city. of wife left Saturday Born, to Mr. and Mra. baby daughter, Saturday. Jay Iteevee, a Mra. George McQuaid la ih the city from San Antonio. Texas. A four day' street fair and carnival bastes Wednesday at C'lahln. J. T. Allen and wife were In tr-e tlty yesterday from Kansas City. Ward M. Sundaved In Stryker, of l.earenwor'.h. til' capital o!ty. JffitZ&MA Guthrie's Leading Clothier 1 : " ' ' ' a ILL 0 co. E. Xesslar, the 'landscape archi tect, leaves Sept. I for Riirope. Sai'ta F Diteoilm Carl Grerc went to Wleliita yesterday morning;. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bfcnery. f Muttane, spent Sunday In the caplUt oity. In thla city and l now enr.ts: d In the clothing Dullness in Pueblo Miss Clara Von Tluviik, who ins ,, . n (itlt-nd.nl? tte ( ipliul t'lt.- T1,i-lii -s ro lega, went to Bald today for a snort vlst. She will go from there to her himo near Manchester. Mies Van Pti-MrU waa formerly connected 'Vi h tr. Clero kep Mcascngcr In a reportorlnl cup irlty Mrs. J. W. Daugho'v and Mrs M . Mason and two sons Harry nnd J ihn. left thla morning for Green Moun'aln Falls. Color.ido wncn they will st;- ml several week. At Colorado Spilnijs they wtll be joined by Mra. Dnugherly's other daughter. Mrs. T. T. Ot.dfrey of Med-ford. FOR SALE First claas ftu!f and tobacco store doing a profitable cash business; cheap rents nd good loitUn: 111 m.ilta necessitates chrnge. F. Dellitt, ? West Oklahoma avenue. Attorney Qenerai P. C. Simons la I'ond Creole today on legal bttetnesi. in Abell's Special i Soft and Stiff , Hats at $2. 50 are the best Hats for the money it's possible t o be had, TALK IRRIGATION "'" ! S5l- . ' by tho government In both linos. In a I letter Cwef Nowell has called ntton- tionai Congress Upcns nt tlou to this In which he reoltos that In Portland With Large lJe V8"1 flnoe tho "& of " I the act, tho reclamation service has Attendance. ibeen organised, consisting of more than 4,000 engineers, assistants and experts n various lines; surveys have been carried on In all parts of the west and ralativo morits of various projects com- ConfctrucUon has boon car- Mrs. Itllmer week from a Cushlng. DIUInsr will reliant this visit with her staler at (By Associated Press.) ortland. Ore.. Autr. 21. The moot. of the National Irrigation oonKross I"01'. nod here today with a largo attend-.' rIe1 forward on the most important of , over a thousand delegates being those projects and contracts entered icnt from all parts of tho Unltod . ,nto involving the expenditure of many Lea, all more or less interested in , millions t dollars. Under tho provls- ration. Because of tho increased 10n or tue reclamation act, money real rest iu matters pertaining to Irrl-I,zed from saI of government land In km tho congress has been divided tlle arld statos is devoted to e. fund to Ave sections and each section will . ua u"zoa in construction of irriga tion projects, tho entire amount to be repaid by those who own or acquire tho land irrigated under such projects in ton annual Installments, thus creat ing a working fund realized from tho land for its development There Is n to a series of addresses and pa- on subjects which havo been as- ed to It Tho meetings take place ho oxposit on grounds, and spcolal ntlpn attaches to tho meeting of irrlgatlonIst8 at tho Lewis and Mrs. Kennedy and daughter. Miss Ger tie, wer Wichita visdont f-em the mp Ital city yesterday. Raw J, W. MoAtea. nastor nf ih irt uapt:s church, will deliver his farewell sermon next Sunday, . F. XV. Buttrey and wlfa, M. Campbell and Dr. niggs era hero from Enid at tending the assembly, Harvey Olds sptnt Sunday at Wlenite, Mrs. Bnderby and Mra. Stejdiens trere here toda from I-T7rie. Mrs. Flla Fg-in and children are in the clt from ICIIdare, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. at, Crocker. arrs. Hd Detrlck and daughlers, Mil dred and Dorothy, are visiting Dr. nnd Mra. Detrlck at Oklahoma City. Mr. OSlua ond two onlldrep loft Sat urday evening- for a several weeks' visit at Arkansas City. Kas.. and Kllverdaio, OltJa. Tickets arc now or s.ile for the Kersands atlnstrels. Wily Trof J Gerald Mra, of OkUthomn Cltv. who wis here Inst week visiting his brotiher, Dr. Mrns, from Prague, will return home In a day or two. Doctor Mm la en route to Chicago where he lias the position of interne In h. ltoapltnt af that city. One new eO0r ,ms been Introduced -his Sanson In the creations In fall and win ter millinery, that of a dainty shade of blue called "Al'ce blue." The new hats now King diaplayed follow tho anme va riety of styles ns Miown this spring ntwl summer, only they are amaller. The FhApe known ns the "Colonial will be the leading stlye for early fall wear. TWO TOWNS IN TERROR Negro Populace Fear Attack From Criminal Gang Seek ing Revenge. IN A 5-AND-10-CSNT STORE!. "Say. Sade." "Wnattaalt Us?" "D.r.ma ru'rtjnwT" "Naw. WherrutlnconKt" "Btaprinrntdn." "f.iuaeel Th Xy.twcntomwrfck." WTrttttiliuyn-' "Nawthta. Onytbemaneruuaakln. feryu." "A emakesmealck. Imgolnlelikat fresh gTiysomthnsumday." "Ronlook. 1 1 ruimur.alcttctwnH.lrr." Twonturiurntwalt. WesswaL aiwae- (le'svniosewiti'laatnfBlit "HonesT Wattavtersafermaelf?" "Aw, liflglvmeasongnnUdaneo bout not nownr. UinidsattrTnr'i " "Thtnervtivlml Twassnuswas with aia Jenes. Thataall." "Coursti-a tdUluw. lvgutaaneAde Iwflta," "llesaptternult cotnlnalnta?" "KeUim. Ivgottlm aoie elmtoutnra.i band." "Ouelt'll tearhlmalesson." 'Hotter. Dyeverseekldsonln,," "Cfceeslt, thamaDjer" "Anabodanaltenrny,iiadyT" With a capital of "spare change" and a Surplu of "energy." you may accom plish a hundred little wonders In' want advertising. attempt to exhibit its operations lir the reclamation act of June 17, wtro made by the government. A k fair, because it is hore that the ! now" available in this fund $80,000,000. inrough Increased interest in matters pertaining to Irrigation. tn9 wo of Uie congress has been so enlarged that lal bmldtng has been erected for the ,vork of tlje session hag beeo dlvld occupancy of the forostry service " ,nto flve ecttons each to he oon- reclamation service, and in It have uuoteu by a chairman reoognliad ae an placed modets. nhotoKranhs. and e",lnn' autliority in his line. Among: r f xhib ts, showing not meroly the thoM Present aro Mr. Charles H. Howe, tne assistant secretary of the Ameri- n oecunty and Trust Co., who Is a wwTTrowivwwwii - """ uuiuuiuii, uovernor . 0 - ...,.w Vi krqwHiuviiuf, wno is naaa of the orgarrigaUoa, and Glfford 0 riHcnot, wih tg cnalrman of forsatry & 1 WOMEN TEMPTED FATE w Souvenirs I 11 1UI (Visitors A Fine Lot of Sou venirs of Guthrie, Okla , can be found at the Guthrie Nov elty Store. Ill Eest $ Oklahoma, O D Webber. Prop. SPECIAL r iturday and Monday Drove Onto Bridge Despite Warning Notice of Un safe Condition. A deplorable accident occurred thla mornln at the bridge across the Cot tonwood river on South Second street. Mra. Will Piper and a Utile child, L?.or Theede, and Mrs. WU MJt'iiaH and twelve yar old daughter Faye, w- attempting to drive across tits bridge over the river, when the bridge sup ports gve Wiy and tBe IWo vont9n yrttb cnuaren wei- urecloltaled iat ih. the water below, t!ihorse and hiuw f.11 ing on top of thtm. The stream is up today, ocasicned by te recent ratui. but the water was only about flve feet deep where the a-cldfi! o" ujrel A iQlored man, i.lili.i uMh.ini, v,at the only wit ness to hc afi(1iit. lie gallantly jj, pniaged into the FiMi.i.jy water and !- y.'ouad tne timid, trom drowning and led X tj aorse 10 tiu- 1 u,k Dr. Rph Smith MW called aim adiiiiijstarad medical ia- V'sletanea, gj The nervous shock suffered hv the oc- J , cufcants of the buggy 1 very gri-at g( Other tha:; .Uit thty ir unipjuji-d Is- a rt f f I HIP 2i Th, hr,,1B' w-a e.irdt.i.nfd .v the itv rANl 1 1 K. I fl. nVr K cn"no,, a "i-" n tt,,n u. , iia L.nu 1 uni.ni nn.i 2 -K a- r t r, r, .,, ,... . . inner Plates at 35c per set te Plates a.1 25c per set fps and Saucers, 45c per set AH these goods are strictly first class and will not croze J. J Burke, postmaster at Norman, and one of the, poloneer newspaper men of Oklahoma, was a visitor In Outhria today, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Parauliarson liave roturnod from a several weeks' outing trip, spent ai various popular resorts In Colorado. Armo Borer, Mr. and air. Bd Sto baugh, airs. William Brown and Mlse Nell 'Wiley, of Creacant, spent voatvday In tho city. aliases Jenny May and Lillian Wwltaoe are her from Iulsvtlle, Kanturkv, vis iting their father. W J. Wallace, an engineer on the Frisco. Bespits the unfavorable weather condi tions, 'about two hundred ey-orator 1st went to Wichita yesterday morning to witness the ball game, Mrs. W. T. Bracht and two Slaugh ters Bdlth and Helen, were In 'he city toilay tnronte to their hem In Uklahmu City from a visit with relatives at Olen eoe. Mr. and Mrs. BlaoV. of Oklahoma City, and Miss Smith, of Chicago, who is their guest, were In the eity Sunday, the guests or Mrs. w. n. Davis, In West Quthrer. Mrs. Bell and Mrs Ferguson, propri etors of a millinery store at III ;!, were In the city today. They leave tonight for Kaniaa City to purchase ihelr fall and winter stock. Miss Ldura Keep, who has Ixen visit, ing her parents at Coyle, was ! the oity thla morning. She will leavo oo the evening train for Llneoln, Nebraska, where she wUl attend school. Attorney General P. C. Simons left Saturday night for CaMwetl with hU Ut ile son Robert, who wul visit bis grand parents. Mr. and aira. K T. Simons, for a week or two before school begins. Mrs. Robins and children left Jsundty morning for Pueblo, Colorado, where they expect to make their home In the future. Mr. Bobbins was formerly a iMwnbroker SHOW HEALTH CERTIFICATES. Passsngerc From the South Are quired to Have Them. Re. Although It is denied by Dr. Sharp, of the territorial board of health, that the territory is quarantined agninst tho yellow -fever infectod distrlotg, passengers on tho train from tho south aro nevortheloss required to produce health certificates. A number of per sons on the Oalvoston, Santa Fq train wero questioned yesterday, and all said they wero required by an inspec tor to produco certificates of health at Norman. One of the passengers wag Thoma8 Wilting of Muscatine, Iowa, who had been to anlveston for three weeks. H said a man wlio appeared to be authorised as a health officer came through the train and asked for certificate of health. He said nearly all pfltsengerg procure certificates be fore they leave the South. It is inn h ! natively reported that Andy Simmons, the most desperate ol tin (ntre Simmons Ran,; of outlaws, and on whoso head theie now Is a price for the raurdt t of a deputy mar Bhal, has rot timed to his home near Boley and sent word to the colored of flclals and Inhabitant of the little town, tint thoy ghouhl prepare to die, as he la deeply incensed over the Wil ing of his brother and tlw i,ret of tit two younger brothers and that he Is organizing a poese of bad men that will swoop down upon the town and kill off the nigToea. The population has been in a state of frenzy since the double tragedy of last Wednesday, and Saturday night It was deemed necessary to have an ex tra force of police and marshals de tailed to jruard the outskirts of the town, to prevent a, surprise attaolc on me town oy tne outlaws at night. Andy Slmraong lg perhaps six feet or more in height, presenting a formid able physical appearance, is known to be cruel and revenoful and possessed of a daring and cool headed fearless noes seldom encountered oven among tho most dosporato criminals. It is said that nt the funoral of tho brothor who was shot and killed by tho town mnrshsl, Schaffor, tho mother of tho nine boys wept bitterly ovor tho gravo 01 nor doad son and said: "This is not tho ond of tho trouble; there will be more deaths; Andy will havo re venge." At Pnden the inhabitants are terri fied and the officials thoro who assist ed with tho oapture and arrest' of Lowlg, tho younger brother, are armed and prepared to resist an attack at any time by the gang. Many of the ne groes who live in the two towns and on farms adjoining the rnnch of the Simmons family are leaving their homes and going to other towns far ther removed from the scene of the disturbance. Superstition and ignor ance, together with Incredible rumors started by irresponsible persons, nro largely responsible for tho condition of confusion and Inability of tho offi- cors to properly organize the populace so that an attack on the part of tho out laws could bo successfully resisted. Just to Win a Del. "Wo often receive peculiar reqiieau for overdrafts." said a banker tho otb or day. "A ctleot whose standing ac count had never exceeded fl.ooo rw qtieeted us to grant him an overdraft of $4,000. stating that ha was tiit s'.le to offer any explanation at the pri" m but aseurod us that at no time uouM Uie bank be Iu any dangnr of losing as the overdraft would not be rMl. "After some hesitancy we con'Mnv'cl but stipulated certain conditions ana reserved th prlvtW of refusing U these conditions wero not followed. "Shortly after his departure a wp: dressed gentleman came tr our pay In i le"ar with a cho k tor jr. 000 beartn the at gnnt u re of our client, and wi'n it a letter requesting us to honor the rl rrk with cash. This inter -, a one of the conditions we Imivweri for om "ufoty Still foiling that wo wiTfi tak int, a chance, the teller asked what de ncininatlons he dealred. Ho replied and the money waa passed out to him. After iDldlog tho currency a moment Ir his lianda. he returned it. with a request for the check, which he do sttoyed before us. "On tli following day our client thanked ua for our courtesy and waiv ed the ourdraft privilege, saylug that he liml no further use for It. He had vlth hi m a check for S.1,000, which he tlfp.littl. This he had won from h!a filt ml on a bet. He bad bet that he Could negotiate an overdraft for that mount without that explaining that It was a bet and tho nature of it, and hi friend wagered that no bank would triiBt him for that amount.' Kansaa City Star. STATEHOOD KNOCKGftS "lMjb"0 wens' Hunch of Stool Pidgcons in Constitutional Convention. Muskogee. I. T. Aug. 21 TM V mK of the meet int of theeonntititdi'V mentlnn took plnee here today The main subject tin. lei discussion was the admission of Oklahoma and Indian Terrtory into tin United States as mparato ait Chief Porter of Ihe Creeks, In frptakuu; of the postion of the matter Raul We prefer a sepa rate state from Oklahoma. I am "hus fled that 90 per cent of the people in Indian Territmy fe 1 (he sam- ay. Whether wc pet separate statehood or j not this roit nit Ion will be a Rood ! Mi tut." Indian pmle and a desire ! lmoilR the protnieent members of the Am civilized tnln , refute the belief that the InillntiH an in reality opposed to any son of rmtdiood are li.lep,J to lm resp-insilile for the great irt r -t 1 splayed In thl convention Some of the Lisle Things. nea!- strings of them -grow larg er and brighter, until thej are almost Larbarlc in their size ami color. Dozens of new girdles have come out, U10 fad for llnon bringing ut in teresting ones of limn, embroidered -tho embroidery and linen matching oaetly in color. Interesting gold braids, which come in n dozen widths narrow enough for a belt, wide enough ibr a girdle give an odd little touch to a coatuinn that Is moat effecttro- Dull bluatt anil Ft ens and sliver mix with the sold Persia and Egyptian patterns, and quiet Its too ovldent sparkle. Soft gray suede is the foundation for a beautiful girdle, which Is stud ded with cut steelo beads nnd ends Id a cut steel hucklo. Leather belts for chlldron como in ovwy shnde to match, or to tone In with the llttlo Hufjslrm blouso dresses thoy aro worn with. Sort, filmy olilfTon is gathered into Birdies nigh all tho wny nroundiut ospecially so dlrootod in Tront and back. Colored spangles are in evidence, (00 silver on white, steel on bluck, and sliver nnd gold together. J 180.00 Surrey for sele (heap, by David ITetseh. Call at Orand Leader. POLICE COURT amsT. s "S With nerves in POISE, The world is YOURS. POSTUM in place of coffee makes both possible "There a Reason-' Offenders of Munlelpal Laws Haled Be fere "His Hener." The notorious e-o. lfemv" j..... again bobbed up aerenely In police court thla morning The charge on tre do kci against him waa stealing a bonlo and drunkenness. lie plead mlVy to mi lat ter charge, was toed ten dollara and costs and locked In the eity batll- Th baajo, be claimed, was ono v. hid, he had found. The trial of Henry Brown colore.! arrested for steelta a c frot,. Weti. Land was 'sontmued until five ouirk Oils aiteraen. -Judge' McCrvi-r will present his ansa In court A. araekey was flnea five dollars and oasts for drunksnnsas. Florence I'MUpps, colored, was fined five dollars end costs and looked up for causing a dteturbnnco In the Pleraol candy kitchen. XV, D. naaford. relaaeed Satuiday rrore the federal prtyn. having sned a s.'n tenoe for "dlapelne- to tne 'ndlans, was Snd Svp dollars and coats for drunken ness, lie was sent to Jail, the fine not beta fortheoaatag. The Feet In Summer. A hot foot hath with plenty of salt n it, taken Just beforo going to bed, r.'ilt Uiko the ache out of tired feet and M'suro a god nUltt's rest, declares ths Htlv Houaekeepr. After wiping tho 'eet, give them a liberal powdering wltb talcum powder and the hot, un wrofortsblc :eellng will 1 e banished u veil as lilt acht.. Talcum powder Is lib j gtt.od tt nir on the feet when put. lip on the .'it K-klngs in the morning, ri.'ieciglly If they perspire profusely, t is a ver -ou,l plan ui change shoee a.l s'.ockint in the middle of the day ' it iPH t',p,i more than one would '.wan and rest after dinner, do so by all 1 -i a feud bun i.;nu aud put on a ii 1 1 nair of MOiklngs before lyins . wn The Clever Wife. The successful wife keeps on hand llttlo bomb in case of need. She keepr a surpriso tucked up her sJeevo, when It can be fired on a moment's tiotlco. Maybe it is a curnaM'c for his coat lapel; maybe it Is his favorite pudding sorved extra; perhaps it is the bauy'r picturc framed for his desk. Some thing xhe has ready, amd when his af focliun needs Jogging she does not hosltnt? to do the Jogging, Why, a bunoh 01J violets or n knot of bright ribbon whore It adds the most to tbo wlfo's charms almost makes 0 man forget that lie is hungry. A saucy pinch with the usual hiss or amor rj chuso away from tho acoustomeJ greeting will almost niuko a man for p,et Uint ho Is married to the adorable creature A stage whisper now and then and a twinkle of mischief arc worth hours of cooing. The woman who buries hor rogulahuees on hei wedding day robe her home of rnuct at IU lupplnesa. Philadelphia I.iqulr er. A WAY OPBN Many a Quthne Reactor Knows It Well. I'Mro is a w.t. i . rl to onii!nr Uio Ki-r.iteat sk.'rulc S . 1 .s of 1S111 h 1 1- i..mi ple have made It ..slllc Tli.- pnl.lln t it"ment of th Ir xp.rl.nce H pt.wif tii like of wtilrh Iiah ti m i b(-en prndiif i l lx - fort In nuthrle Hi .id this i,o of It KlM n b 11 1 Itljten W H. (' lirowt will known tln.oigli out liiiilire. Kineiul .iKnt fur the (Miami St. 11 Nurneri V . and icalding nt ,1U Kist iln atrret, sjk If every pertum nho la troubled wltti p.iln In his li.k .mil thor Inrldent.iN due to uenkeneil or .mr exelti'd klilue- 1 mild luivo his miiIT. rlnirs ended ni qijlokly .ik the use of Imiiii Kidnty I'lIN rulid mini-, backache .Mnl kidney c 11 lplnlnt would hue no tiriois for anyone who could get this ninth e and etrengthenlug n'teedy I lime l. u great xnffercr from this dieadful ilK.-nae for a. peilnd of seven or eight i n Sever.il yearn .iko I almost died fnmi what la knnnn is stone or giael of On bladder. This left tny kidneys In n mmJ condition. .un 'ir stnoo I hnw been liothored ai..iot i on ntnntly with a lame nrd ac.hlnw luek. not md enough to mnk me take e my bed, bul sufflrlent to prevent me from attend ing to inv work As If backache naa nut enough torment nnd misery, there existed a trouble with the kidney secretions Tho netlon of those organs was altogether too frequent, especially nt nlsht. and tho se cretions were oftv accnmtuinipd with pain. I was treated by physicians nnd trieu one remedy after another, but all fnlled to Rive me even temporary relief, and at the time that Dunn's Kldnev I'llla first OHine to my attention I was no utter ly dlsoouraged thnt 1 thought I wna not lonR for thla world It ts lmposslblo for me to describe my condition at Iho tlmo thnt I want to J. W. Wallace's drug storo for my first box That box Improved my condition so much that I used a second and a third. When I had taken three boxes, the trouble waa ended and I con aulered myself cured. I felt better than I had for twonty years 1 never hesltato to recommend Donn's Kidney Pills for I claim that they were the moans of sav ing my life." For sole by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Postor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agenta for the United States. Remember the name Dean'a and take no other. Brooks' Theatre Thuiv Aug. 24, Billy Kersands FAMOUS MINSTRELS OO Spring Gardening. In planning your garden consider the requirements of each flower und vege table as to, soil, exposure, etc, and re member that plants that are Hardy In the latitude of New York way aot he hardy la Maine or Michigan. Do sot forget the summer-flowering bulbs, with their wealth of bloom for so little trouble, nor the hardy perennials foi the future. There are four rules U gardening. Use plenty of fertiliser, tr oave the ground In good condition; us gcod seed and plenty of It (it Is easUi to thin out the plants than to All va eonrtes); use the hoe and the rai;e fre quently, and laat. but ut :?rt use ci tnmon sense. Marca Woman' J Honie Companion. Headed by the King of Colored Minn' relay BILLY KliRSANDS Together with all the Colored Stars of the Country la the Oast. See the Oorgeous first Part Untitle. t " The Watermelon. " See toe Funny Side Splltiinit I.auiiai.i. Aflerpart H Nancy's Elopement' Daily Street Parade at 11:30 a, in, Concert Every Evening 7:30 p. m. Prices 75c, 50c and 25c Reserved Scats oo 8a'. at Wallace's DrDK Stoic Summer Tourist Kates. SCHWAB TO VISIT CARNEGIE AT SKIBO. (Oy Associated Press London, Aug. 21 Charles M ftcliwab arrived here to.ia. and will go direct to SkJbo. The fatt tliat he t iiiiimatMia.in will call on Mr. Cnmekle mm rise t, '"" iru a report that the immense Carnegie Limited to October 31. ii'iiur Colorado Springs Chlcigo 2iU0 01. Lrfjul li.eS .MJuneapolls Sulphur Springs, I T Salt l.akfc City '.".".'. Oeidwood, S. f '....'., Spirit F.-kr T,ivt 1...-U n "'' And to many more points. Colonist Rates ts Ncrthweet t-.-Hii it !j to O..'. 31 oc nibi t.tk. i i l , ,( lo 111 N'oitl.W. Bl , (' ,lf, ,,, , Calif iin 121 W It IS 3S.M 1.70 .W.W I) TS ii.U -i.W One thing about atrer fail to grow. wild oats ther .! I l w I' I lltM - 0, no '.I ). i n i i pi i ' n .i .! .si,..k ,u ,. rfe armor plate plant is to do a great deal jiJuViTiTo V.' a l,Z of the Russian armor plaie M.r- Mr i ,.n ,,., u i , .,i ts v- i ?.. Schwab is golxsK to Rnktjia -. a&T , ".'! i . .-i. , . - -, , ,, , fca? uth I'o 8omn famr,43 - ; jec-r'' x ' r ' r c - Tin frtrr-.lT - h.n t, , ,?, ' ' ' " "How to successfully manas" a hus taort" is a subject that la dw aglUunr the Jlaatem press. ioe a tot of eiar ly sRlneters seem to ba taking dia moti forward part In the diacuamloo, we would paraplirase the time lsesnreJ reeine and say, "first eaten your hh basd." Amyway. it looks as tboeh this subject were breugait up by soa pwnband who Is anxious to find out how we are rasaaged. New Wife "George, t want you to try a slice of this, ug mr first leat of bread." New Husband (taken by uprise)--"My dear, this is so so soddea.ll" -Chicago Tribune. h 3 r The hotel lu a wcekiy bop Wtero Ma and fls abH-, OKLAHOMA STATE BANK Paid Up Ca.pila.1 $50,000 If you -con template making s, change in your banking connections, or think of opeuing a new account, we would be pleased to confer with you in person, or by Yt ter. We are prepared to. tend any favors cunnit'-nr with conservative banking isathod Interest paid on time deposits Safely Deposit Boxes for rent hSWSe300SSp33 r- 1 "d ri tr ' r iV 3e?l W th tfct It U)- While P la wesitly fi t"i