The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 51, No. 80, Ed. 1 Monday, April 29, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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TITE OUTITRTE DAILY LEADER .MONDAY. APRIL 2!). WIS.
ft r ?a w n n h a r w a
Beautify the Complexion'
Vi IIS IUVS
The I'ncquaUd Bau(ilicr
tsr.D ant FnoRsKr r
Guaranteed to rcmot
tan frctklc? j.i :t. .(?
livcr-spot. etc. J .::cr.:e
cases twenty d.iys.
Rids jvurs aaj ti-Mic; of i i:ipui it ;..
Lmcs the .skin clear soft hivilihy.
'Iwu sizes. Sold by lcajiiii; toilet Coun-
ters or mail. J
national Toilet couPA.xr p.rit Tnn.
K TESTED RECIPES
k ft w x x x : a Ttxssxxai
One t'KKs 1-2 cup skimmed ini'k.
1-2 cup water. 1 cup sr.itfil ruvv io.-
o. :' liiblespouns melted fa' 1 talili-
spoon fi'uu syrup :! 1 cup wheal Hour
1-2 teaspoon salt. 1 nip coin Hour. :'.
1-2 teaspoons baking powder.
Add milk ami water to well bent.-n
fKR. add potato. Giadually sil't in the
flour salt and halving powder previ-
ously mixed and sailed. Ileal well.
Adil syrup and melted I'at. Hake on a
lot well greased griddle ami serve
Serul) dry grease over and bake six
I.. ;' 1 p' 'lies. Wben done eltt :u
hull h . ..wise. Scoop out the mea'v
poll! .! taking care nut to break th"
shells Wash il with enough milk ami
liullerii ' to make it creamy. Add
seasonii..; a teaspoon of onion jui -e
!:. teaspo.ilt of finely chopped parsley
iind oir fourth of a tup of chopped
Pack il lniNturo back iuio eight o1
the sheli- heaping slightly. Sco''o
with the back of a easeknil'e dint
wilh pap:'ka and brown in the. oven.
This is :m attractive left -over from
a liny !!; of meat. fish grated cheese
and oth".- suitable left overs might
lie subsl uteil for the meat.
.Note -A slandard half-pint measur
ing cup is- used. All ineaHiu'einculs
Buy -a Bond.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
There is no "cure"
but relief is (ten
brought I J r .
Kp Lin I JWvlv r.iurd in Your lining
25c -50c -$1.00.
Ned Pailqo MQr. Phono 219
Matinee Promptly 2 P. M.
Night Show 7:30 P. M.
I'c in for llie starl in;'. Come
"THE GIRL AND
Five Reel lYilllU'O.
BILLIE RHODES COMEDY.
DAN Kl'KSKLL nut
"THE MATINEE GIRLS."
One of tlie bt"b1 t-unipii nics we
have luiil in n lone; time. lols
of limu'lis. Fine sine-hie. elmrus.
I Ion ut i t'u I Wardrobe. Special
Scenery. Don't miss t his show.
TEN AND TWENTY CENTS.
LOFISH (!I;AFM in
"GOLDEN RULE KATE."
It is a- Western. Von are Mir1
to like this.
"THE MATINEE GIRLS."
Entire ehnni;e every day.
William Fox Feature.
PECCY IIYLAXI) in
'THE DEBT OF HONOR.
The List l)av of the
"THE BOY SCOUTS
TO THE RESCUE."
Victim made specially for the
instruction of the I'oy Scouts
of America. Staged directed
and written hy Sir .Hoht. Iiadeii-
Vowell founder of the lioy
Scout inoveiiient. who person-
silly appears in the picture.
We want every Scout in lite
count v to see t his.
(YotaanJ Rwoirak 6
LuclU Burk. Prion 241.
I DAILY THOUGHT
There U a du; to th" liilig more
m 'oi tan; Mian nuv t hai ity to the
Works of Kilgar Allan 1'oc.
Cambridge Club Carnegie Library.
V It C Unit.
l.adii of Trinity Church I n i.
itar Society I'n.i - K of C II:''!.
V C T L' I'nit -lleadiiuartei'.;
C A K I'nit.
llvgieue and Home Care of Sick.
1" K O- Mrs I. A llahn at :':;;n.
ltapti.st Circle - Church.
.Mrs Shearer's O K S unit.
K iiiouo Club - Mrs Lyman (!rav.
W'ednc -day Dinner Club -Mr and
Ans Don Morris.
Ainicilla Club - Mrs W Wilson.
Missionary Society of Chris! ian
Ci'iircli Mrs K 1 1 furrow.
Missionary Soci'ly of South Meih-
lurst Church Mrs John A Kamcy.
D 1 C Club- Mrs K Jnk.
Ladies Aid of Si John's Church--Mrs
llyKiene anil Home Care of Sick.
W C T I' fni! - 1 leaiUituirters.
Altar Society --Mrs II W Murphy.
Auxiliary No 1 all day party Mr
Acorn Club -Mrs Webb llaker.
Syyiphoiiy Drchestra Concer! I'm
lied Cross Methodist Church.
CtChrie Auction Club-Mrs Ida Ni-
biai.'U. Kooii" Moouey Shah Mrs J 1'
Hygiene and Home. Care of Sick.
Maeah ch I'nit --Mrs Nellie llamil-
C C T Dance for lied Cross - lone
Vvhere to do Red Cross Work
li"d Cross room: a! federal bmid
Surgical dressing room al Mason!'
Cotteral unil ai Cotlcral chooI.
Methoili.it unit al Melhodist church
Altar Sociely at K of C hall.
Kirst. Aid and Hygiene al high school
and Central school.
When Your Unit ivteets
V It C Altar Society Ladies of
Tiinit.y church Cotteral unit Kir it
Aid and' Hygiene.
C C T. Kir:-I Aid. Haptisl Circle.
Aiethodisl unil Cotteral unit (! A It.
West Culhlle W t: T U.
rresbyterian unil Telephone oiior-
aiors Hoval N".ighbor.H 1) M C W'el-
f.ins unit Uucker-Uurloii Oread.
First National bitnk Methodist Altai
Society al K of C hall. Lady hits.
Cambridge .Methodist Hygiene and
Homo Care of Sick "esl (luthrie W
C T f.
I'reshytcrian unit Methodist unil
llygien.". ami Hoine Care of Sick Fivt
o'clock Tea unit Maccnbees at Miv
Nellie llainilton's :!1T South Second.
Dinner and Card Game.
Mr and Airs John Harunun and Air
and Mrs Will Patterson were special
guests at the meeting of th" O O O
club which took place at the home of
Mr and Airs Frank L Iimwn on Sat-
urday evening. Mrs Alary A (Iregoiy
t 'ABIES $1000 REWARD!
MurroMful' 'Monthly' '(ttipoaru). ii
nt my trroat
or tue lonKT moitt ontittniiif unarm si nancw in a iod
fi7. No harm pain or I ntorf'Tonce with work. Mtlii
DR. G I SOUTHIMGTON REMEDY CO. KANSAS CITY M0
MONDAY APRIL 29.
Here's a ri;dng dramatic feast. The
story of a beautiful modiste's model
who takes a long chance for a lark
and gets mixed m with an old mil-
lionaire who lvis a little sweetheart
i f his own. Here's excitement enough
for the most critical audience that
ever gazed at the magic screen. This
picture "A Rich Man's Darling" fea-
tures Louise Lovely and a fine cast.
Alice llow.-ll in "What's the Matter
With Father" two reel comedy.
TUESDAY APRIL 30.
Marguerite ('lark in "The Seven
Swans" Live in the land of Make-
lieliove with Margnerit.'! Clark. Uevel
wilh her in this wonder story with
its magic se.tting-i. A picture that'll
stir up memories of other days and
make you wish it would never end.
Whether the war will be short or long depends upon
you and your money Buy a Bond.
Spring Hats for Men
and Young Men
A lai'm- assortment ol the new shapes and
mini fri mi which ymi may choose the hat
1 li.it licst Imvoiiics yon-one thai shows the
roiis-ei'vatisin f older men or the dapper
Miiai'tness of youth.
I'nce. to .fU.00.
The i'ann : Stetson Hats arc here with
all their style iratnres. Price. I. ."( $.").()()
.Men's ;ilid !
Wl SELL GOOD CLOTHING CHEAPIft
THAN ANY HOUM IN OKLAHOMA
of Oklahoma City ami Mrs liertha
Mclirido assisted Mrs Hrown in serv-
ing a three course dinifr. At tho
card game the thrift stamps for high
and low score were awarded to Mrs
1 I Loveless and Mrs Oorgn l'atl-
diuk. Tlve next meeting will tak"
place hi two weeks with Mr and Mrs
Karl Hopkins as hot and hostess.
Fcr the Red Cross
From District 66.
A very pleasant and interestiint:
-ichool program was rendered at Ilan-
i.cr school house. District Mi Thurs-
day "veiling April L'j with Miss lOrma
Laird as learhcr alter which was fol-
lowed by a iiie rupjer wilh Tom Ann-
iti'ong as auctioneer. Proceeds of sale
fJS for the. benefit of the Ited Cross.
Election of Officers.
The Acorn club will hav its an
nual election of officers on Thursday
lfternoou at the home of Mrs WVbli
Mr and Mrs .1 K Woodworlli Mr
ud .Mrs Webb linker Mr and .Mrs
I: on Welch and .Mr ami Mrs L W
Itejhal and Miss Leno Osborne wer"
l:nner guests at the home of .Mr and
Mrs J K I'aymal yesterday al one
P E O Chapter.
Mrs L A llahll will be hostess to
I he I' K t) chapter on Tuesday afi-
Miss Leno Osborne of Oklahoma
.ty spent Sunday wilh her parents.
Mr ami Mrs J D Osborne. Miss Os-
')orm has just returned from an in-
q.ectioii of army ranin kitchens at
'amp Howie and she had dinner with
he .six (Jtil-hrie. boys of (he 1 L'.rd IVld
Mrs Longstreet Hull of Muskogee
s visiting her parent-. Mr and Mrs
I' M Klnehart.
Mr and Airs H K Keiin inolor:'d
icr from Hillings and spent the
veck-nd with Mrs Kay L Davis
All Day Unit Meeting.
Auxiliary Division Xo 1 will meet
i! the home of Mrs Winch Hiij Xorth
P. road on Thrusday. The members (ire
asked to bring a lunch and spend the
day sewing for the Ited Cross but
if it is not ipossiblo to give the entire
day work with the unit during the
The Missionary Sociely of the
Christian church will nie.it with Mrs
K H Furrow .M5 Kast. Harrison on
Patriotic Socialy Circle.
The Social Circle of the Presby-
rlan church has purchased one $1.-
'hhi in Diberty bonds and will Invest
ten dollars in thrift stamps every
month during th" year.
Mr ami Mrs John Fields motored
up from Oklahoma City yesterday and
visited with various friends.
Mrs David Scneihing will entertain
the Aid Society o St lohuV church
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Till'. III4UIIMI HIIAMlk
V l''Hl Auk ymir IHruKulKt for A
i'l VVii J illUMlllllu jA
I'llln in Kfl nd CiulJ mrtalhrS
ni othr. Iluv r toiip
ItruMlM. sk t.r('H MJtj:t.THt S
KIAVOM. HKANU HULlktoi Hi
ynii known as Best Safest Aliiays Keliit'la
tys New Spring Caps
'."in. Ms. to LoO.
mi Thursday aClcruooii and all mem-
ber i are asked l hi ing Red Cross
.Mr ii ud Mrs M Parrelt. iii Kansas
who hae purcha4'd Ihe J 10 Paynial
rcsitl'MU'i" on Kast Cleveland will take
pi ssessiou on May 1 and .Mr and Mrs
Paynial will be al. homo al. the lone
Miirs Lula. (cvegory and -Miss Mary
Kineailo. motonvl up from Oklahoma
City on Sunday and they wero ac-
com 'auled home by Mrs Mary A
(!re(ory who has biv.n visll;ing her
daughters Mrs ItoiUha McDridn and
Mr Frank L llrown.
.Mrs J M Wheeler wtill .spend :cvera.l
weeks with rela'ivesi. Her husliand
Ci loiiel J M Wlveler. is now stationed
at I'urire.ss Mini roe.
Mi s Ii S LowfJierand Mi's u X) Johns
speni Saturday in Oklahoma City.
Missionary Lessovi and Sewing.
The Pa. iist Ciivlo will meet al. lh"
church tomorrow afternoon nt
.Mrs A li Cray will have cliarge of
Ihe lesson and there will be Red Cross
sewing for all.
W C T U '
Ihe West (iulhrlo W C T C will
meet at. Iho headiiuarteiis SI") W:'st
Noble on Tuesday al: l':.'!0. An invita-
tion is extended to all wlko wish to
a.-si.sl. wilh the Red Cross worw.
J .Mrs John A Itaniey will entertain
! the Mis.-ionary society of th;i South
Mrthtnlisl chnrth al. her home III1
South Ash on Wednesday at 'J o'clock.
All members are asked to bring thim-
bles to help with the Red Cross work.
! Robert Stewart came over from
I Camp Doniphan to visit with friends
j Misstirace llaldwin seut the week-
I ei.d in Oklahoma City.
Farmers ami other? who live at a
distance from a drug (More should
keep in the house a hottto oT BAL-
LARD'H SNOW. LI.VIML'NT. It may
be needed at any time for cuts
wounds sores sprins or rheumatism.
It is a powerful healing and pene-
trating remedy. Prico 25c 50c and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by tho Owl
TOLEY KIDNEY P1LLF
m BACKACHE ItlONfctS N0 BlAOOf
X X ?:JX3i:iK3l!R
e PKUSOXAL AM) LOCAL
K X X 3KJKSXJfiKS!J5SI5C X R
Miss lOthel Powell was a visitor from
J Frank Laux of Ui'lstow was in
the city Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Harold Kelni motored
home to Hillings Sunday after a
visit to the Davis family here.
Mrs Fanni Greer of Oklahoma City
spent Sunday with friends In Guthrie.
She is now chief law clerk in the
Asp law office.
A O Roniino of Ifobart grand
keeper of records and seal of the
Knights of Pythias- was- a visitor to-
day at Odd Fellows headquarter..
Miss Regina Herher who has been
teaching school near town has gone
') Clili'iUaUil City t-0 uVimO plKiiwvli
as stenographer with the WlUlynison
t; W" Itruce rautl secretary of the
(bid Fellows returned Satnarday from
S' uita whero a special grand lodgn
;e.sioa was lK'Id last. Kviday. llo
h.eard Sis reUirs of tho Treasury Mc.-
Audo at Oklabjuma City oa Ws way
DON'T LJET IT LINGER
A cough) thaC "Tiang on" wears
down tln puffea-ea- leaving htm un-
able to ward ott tdekness. Jos. Oil-
lard. 14S Plllcioro St. Nashville
Tenn.. writes: "I was sufferinR with
a dry InukinR cough and a pain iu
my chest but lncrt taking l-'oley's
lloney and Tar Compound 1 hovo been
relieved." It f oiMhos heals and cures.
You can buy pumps or oxfords at
old prices at Rtickcr-Durton U Hi
ioc sui m&
k y. y. y. y. y. y. y. y. y x x x x x
OF LOCAL MOMENT
The orange crop is short
Tin Odd Fe'lows me"l tonight.
Hrilish casualties last week IS:!tin.
Docs wittier really know when to
Fourth officers' training camp au-
nuh'd. CotiH' acnss or the kaiser will; buy
Kill the worthless curs; dogs and
War aniens are hlooiniuK aitain--likewise
Fniil has advanced the pay of its
Sii teachers tl per cmiC
Shoes for tho 'Whole family at la a
rars prices at Itucker-Hurtou's shoe
'Victory is as ivrtain a.s there is a
God" McAdoo told the people at. Ok-
lahoma City Saturday.
"Three million men lor Pershing in
France" is the Konl of Ihe liii;io mili-
t.iry affairs committee
Hundreds of peoplo aro lakliiK ad-
vantage of the big shoo sale at
Rucker-Uurtons' are you
Lieut Carrlniclon WsishiiiKlon is be-
ing court -mart la b'd for telling a friend
the date of the sailing of a naval
John Dean: "Cotton li still sliding
rp and down the price scale; but the
cost of bread and meat stays up for-
Seventy-one per cent of the three
billion dollars of the third Liberty
loan was subscribed up to Saturday
Did you get a copy of Hie big shoe
ad from llucker-lliilron's if not phone
the store and they will send one out
Chief Mitchell has dug up a bunch
of ginger snail is containing ground
glass. Mitchell has made the round
ni stores with warnings.
Jack Tearney: "II has just about
gotten so in this country that a man
Was All I Did" Says Dallas Lady
Who Gives Cardui Credit For
Her Being Well and
Dallas Texas '"It. is hard to ex-
press the gratitude I feel for Ihe ined-
bine that saved my life" says Mrs
S W H-rgmi Of ihi'.i Lake. Ave.
"That is what Cardui did and I would
like for others to know as the few
words I say may save a lot of sul-
Cerinfi for some one ....
I suffered everything olio can suf-
fer and live. My back hurt my head
n y sides ... a wak nervous hurting
all over . . Drag drag and suffer it
was all I did. No re 4 and very little
sleep or appetite.
1 began to have shells . . . One night
. . . I told my husband 1 would try
Cardui. H had been recommnnded to
me. I begun it and it did do mo good.
It saved my life I verily believe.
1 began to improve. I grew strong
. . I am a strong and well woman
trday. I can't say too much for Car-
dui. I praise Cardui and "will praise
it as long as I live.
Whenever I feel the need of a tonic
I send and get a bottle of Cardui and
It helps me seems to lv? what I need."
Cardui may lie. what you need. Try
Cardui. It's a mild medicinal female
tonic that has helped many thousands
of women in tho past 40 years. It
should help you.
At all iruggists
"I know somethind
that will clearyour
"When my complexion was
rod. t'Mi'.'h anil pimpiv I w is s
.'";' tli.it 1 never bad anv
tin 1 I in i ined that pii'j'le
; i o-ii 1 me -p.'ihnps thev '..'
It'll the ii ii i iim- . d Koiii 1
Si u !t i itV Resin .1 1 but
incut ju-t at tusl has tiivcii me
b.u k my b ar hc.iitliv skin. 1
wish l .' ' t in il ! "
can't have indigestion without belng-
K'gardeil as a food hoarder."
A tornado that swept over Craw-
ford county Kansas Saturday night
killed three people and did property
damage in excess of Jaii.nmi. j
Di4nss from biliousness relieved
hy using Catharsol; Cold Feet cause 1
by const Ipat Ion relieved by Ctharsol
Owl Drug Store and Corner Pharmacr.
It oti hid r"iUired as much coax-
ii g lo he horn in America as to bin
Liberty bonds very likely you
wouldn't have : i ;i nu American al
The state primary campaign opened
up officially Saturday. On that. datV
'he i-lato election board's books were
officially opened for filing of nominn-!
There was a heavy rainfall in north 1
tern Oklahoma Sunday night. Tem-
pi r.ilure in th." slate dropped from
it ii" in Saturday to -10 degrees at '
seven o'clock Suiidiy morning
li K P.urtoii: "I encountered a sue
storm while in Chicago Put wee ;
Mine than tho inches covered the
ci;y ami in places in the country the
srow was nearly a. foot deep "
(1 II chapman promhvnil merchant
'. here lod.'iy from his home town
.ulhall. ' North Logan is in splendid
shape thin year :;ml we are all doin:;
our he.Ji to win (he war" he Mid.
Judge eiiaprello: "In. Oklahoma
City politicians declari the fight for
'he democratic gubernatorial liomin-
u ion is 1hi ween Murray and Alexan-
ib r. lioliii'tsoll seems to be losing." .
llalie I' 'i.ii'gei;ei- ie "eliildreii's
fl'.end" i ' de-nl at his Alclibon home
lor 1 1 1 a 1 1 v eir-! on his birthday be
gave a pi e a ic to all children of his
home town lie had been connected
with ihe legal dopa ri inent of th" Mis-
souri Pacific railway for 4 1 years and
was 7" years old when lie died. He
w ill he missed by I In: kiddies.
Sent itr "While you are urging us
dtiving us in Ihe war garden cam
paign why not drive our city adinin-
Islrlion a bit. For instance what mi-
ourageiii.'Mii. is it to me lo dig. plant. i
v. aler and cultivate fur a month ami
have a paid; of Irani i dogs co ue
SwIIPihr. But jF'W IN.
(nrjl In Ivfry f -
Colorless or Pale Faces TJSt Carter's m PilU
VSL..I -.. v--ii :-immum- dtl1 ' ' ? rr
Like tho roppil.!' Ford enrs ihe. Ford UIorM
T Ono-Ton Truck is a real farm nocessily just
as it is the necessity of manufacturer con.
tractor and merchant. There is no qneslioti
about it proving a nioncy-suvcr risht from thv
start. It is flexible turning in a 'lO-foot circle;
has 121-inch wheel base; the regular Ford
motor with worm drive and has proven
econosmeal in operation and maintenance it s
Hie Ford Tourinp Car. The price of the track
chassis is $000 f. o. b. Detroit. "Wo urgt!
placine; orders without delay in onlw to Ret
reasonably fair delivery. 'Tho demand is big-
come in and let us talk it over.
J. D. VANHOOZER
v- .v '
Kr'.til.'it'Cntim'liI I'i.I Kf l S.il li'
MLIV illti lu:! i'.l 1. 1 C '-i ' I ''
Alt i.l. 11 r t- I'Ml '-.. Ii- !
Kruiii") n.iltiii!Mr-- Ml
along and le a few moments ruin it.
ail'.' And 1 am only one) of hundred
of such iiiiiu.s."
There will lie a j i i i :uj per at the
city hall Thursday night. Kv.'-rvbody
wiy hrinr. a pie.; tlnv man who w.us
the pie will ;hai'i il. wilh the. lady
who made it. There will be plenty
of fun and frolic. The i roceeds will
a to ihe Ited Cross. Don't bo a
piker make it a point to be al. Ihfl
c;tv hall Tbui'Miliiy night prepared lo
"loo en up" and buy. It.'s foru mighty
good cause and bcsiden you will b"
in splendid I'oiiipaiiv
2000 Pair low nhoes at. ubotil factory
piiec'i all this week nl ltucl(.t-
Refused to Parade Willi Neuron.
Capl. 11 C How an of llog.ilui'a. La
i i being 1 1 led by court martini tit.
Little llock for r I'lLsIng to 'parade
with ii i ; i i troops.
MRS. OE WEESE
COULD NOT STAND
Because of FuncJionnl Disor
der Cured by Lydia E.
(laklaiiil Cul. -"I sutlered from ir-
regularities and congestion so I could
not stand on my feel.
tor any long- ieno'l
of tune anil did not
deep well. The phy-
sician who tri alert
mo did not seem to
help nie any mid a
friend nil v inert
1 .ydiii K. l'inklmm's
V en; eta b I e Com-
pound. 1 took it ninl
tieforc 1 ronlr.ert il.
1 was well. I sbnll
valutilde remedy to
my friends." Mrs. L. II. Dk Wekue
('.115 Alcatraz Ave. Oakland Cal.
Mvery woman at pome period or other
in her lilt; hiill'cra from just such lis-
turbancea as did Mrs. Wcese and it
there is no interested friend to ndvise
let this Ik; a reminder that this famous
root rnnl liorb remedy lins been over-
ccmini; tluso nilmcnia cf wunirn for
more than 10 years.
If any rompliriitinnn pxisl wrilo
I.ydia Iv Pinkhani Medicine Co. Lynn
Mass. for advice. The result of many
years experience is ul your Ben ice.
t : i
As Age Advances Ihe Liver Hcqulres
occasional liflit tiniulalion. CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER TILLS correct CONSTIPATION.
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