The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 25, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 9, 1915 Page: 3 of 6
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TJTE QUTIIRIE DAILY LEADER ' TUESDAY FKTT?UATV 0 1f)1j
v-- ii nii i vi-1 i-hi inWitrtiii 11 in
Hat of the Season
One Price Clothier .
lOGAN COUNTY ABSTRACT CO
Office Rear Logan County Bank. -
H BATH HOUSE
j; GEM PROGRAM
jearfay Feb. 9. '
Elglith Episode of "The Master
ey." The deeds which comprise the
aln Inheritance which her father
IS left to H it h are recovered in this
.apter by Wilkerson
IrlKo comedy' "Caught with the
ods" featuring Henry Ilergman
Id Bolivar the naby Bear. Also for
ftUnqp only "Diamond Smugglers
Rht ' iu i'3uen " in dark." '
'tA Rentleinan of Art" Imp. di'toc-
ve drama in two parts. Tells a
Milling story of clever diamond
HubrIims. vho give the keenest de-
(ctlvcs in New York a desperate
Use before t!vy are brought to book
taturing Dorothy Phillips and Wm.
Jednefiiay Feb. 10.
'"Children of chance" with Iten Wll-
in and Dorothy Phillips. Good Rex
.An Educational Thriller
"Uncle Sam's Phenomenal Achiev-
ient." The first trip through the
'.Sterling comedy: "The Dude Rar-
(es." lEgg Matinee 4 p. ni. Sharp.
Shoraday Feb. 11.
Spec!al Two reel KaUli: "Cast up
!"The hearts of the Pra:lvs A
ory of friendship In the gold fields
r 4nd with Sydney Ayres.
SlW'gtor Comedy When The Mum-
iyi cried for help" with Eddie Lyons.
k't Moran and Victoria Korde.
:: x x x x x x x ssxs :s
PERSONAL AND LOCAL. . .
E. E. Parson spent yesterday in
Oklahoma City. .'
Registered at iLee-Huckins Okla-
homa City: J W. Duke J. Stuan
Mrs. Arnold mother of Mrs. John
W. Martin of this city; passed away
at her home on East Perkins Satur
day even in? itcmains were taken to
Marion Kansas for interment.
Walter Ualdwln court reporter .is
here from Sapnlpa visiting friends.
He is now connected Hh a large oil
C. A. Gilkcrson former memter of
the Oklahoma legislature is in Guth-
rie today on legal business. IMr.
Gilkcrson was defeatel for state sen-
ator in the last election by a social-
' 'Mrs. 35. Chiller has returned fro.n
Oklahoma City where she visited lier
relatives Mrs Druce and Mrs. E. '
Glenn Hour oholdcr and family
who located in Rochester Y.. last
fall have returned to Guthrie to re-
side. .Mrs Hannah Stewart Mid Miss
Ucrsie 'Stewartl f Oklahoma City
are the guests of Mrs. A. G. ('
Mrs. Burton Neiucomb of Ixis
Angeles California who has spent
tho past three months in OMahomn
City is the guest of her arnt Mrs.
KANSAS FARMERS GLEEFUL
OVER 609D PRICES IN SIGHT
Ardmoro Okla. Feb. 3. Not In
many years have the farmers haa
such a harvest of high prices await-
ing Ceni as now said U W. Parser
ot Hugotou Kan. who is h?re today
Grain buyers are in western Kansas
now says Mr. Parker offer. ug '!.
a bushel for the 1915 wheat cro and
cattle buyers are offering to engage
all spring calves at weaning time at
$;;.) a head.
NOTES AND PERSONALS OF
tenor Purke Phone 245
Hut it may be In a diviner air
Transfigured and made niiro
The harvest that we deemed
. ' ; wholly lost
Walts perfect and mature. -And
the faint heart that now defeat-
ed grieves .
May yet stand smiling 'mid au'und-
. ant sheaves.
' ' Alary L Hitter.
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.
Wednesday. v '
' Current Event Club Library.
' Kimono Club Mrs. F. J. FiU-
Presbyterian Social Circlr Mmes.
A. Hahu Ferris McNeal ana
Christian Church Guild Mrs. H. K-
Dei win. :
Sewing' Society West Side M. E-
church.; 1 Trinity Guild Ro;tory.
Openorkcy Club Mrs. G. J. Haas.
Acorn Club Mrs. F. 12. Ctagin.
Altrurian Club Library.
D. M. C. Club Mrs. A C Doldo.
University Cooking' Ciub Uni-
versity. ' '
Hercules Camp Valentino Social
Concert Methodist Church The
Starrs musical entertainers.
Rose Camp Valentine Social Odu
Friday Euchre Club Mrs. Charles
Amlcitla Club--Mrs. Will Mathis.
Domestic Science Club Mrs. R. U.
Five Five Five Girls Miss Gladys
r Clover Leaf Glut Mrs Maurice
Kocney Mooney Shah Club Mrs.
' Phi Delta Gamma Club Miss
Ignore Burke. ' .
Saturday Auction Club Miss Ethol
Phi. Delta .Valentine . farty.U
home ot Miss Eunice Collins '
Auction Club Meet.
The Works Auction club met yes-
terday afternoon at the home of 'Mrs.
John 'H. Cotteral. Mrs. George An
derson played a substitute hand and
Mrs. J. p. Wintou made top score.1
in two wee'kis Miss Ida Niblack will
be hostess to the club.
Entertain Family Club.
Mr and Mrs. Millard Lesser enter- ( The Scwing oaety of the West
tained the Family clu' with Mr. and gde M E (.hvlr(. win niert tomO!-
Mrs. Ben Vore as gaiests. At five rjw at tjie cliurth to prepare for trie
hundredi high scores were made dv
'.Mrs. Ben Vore and Mr. Clyde Ui-
ham and low by Mrs. Clyde U';:ham
and 'Mr. Den Vore. The hostess
served a dainty two-course luncheon
to Mr. and Mrs. Will Poison Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Swanson Mr. and Mrs. District Misaionr-'y Meeting.
Clyde Upham Mr. . and Mrs. Ben The seventh iinnual n eeting of the
Vote Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reed and Mrs. Guthrie District Wonuns' 'Home 'Mis-
Louise Askew. 'Mr. and Mrs. Will sjonary society of the M. E. church
Poison will bo hosts to the club iu will ID held in the church beginning
two wed'.is. at '2:30 Wednesday afternoon.
IMrsi 'Berhcim the "Converted Jew-
The Tuesday Auction Dinner clJ') es3- gav6 ttle most thridding address
will meet tonight with Mr. and Mrs. ever djh-yred before the central 11-
Will Patterson. linoij conference on Home '.Mission
j work. (Her story touched every heart
Mrs. Gene Gano and Mis. Mattio am) everyone who misses this ad-
Clore Gano returned from Oklahoma dress V'ednesday night will lo cheat-
City last night after a week's visit ;ng himself of a rare treat. T S. Pit-
n.m iui. an.i ira Frod Tucker. Mis '. ...
" iui ..ii. "u. -
Gano attended the Kappa Alpha an-
nual datico at the Skirvln or Friday
Rose Camp R. X. A. will give '
Valcnt'ne social Thursday at Odd
Fellows hall. Everyone is Invited.
Hercules Camp R. X. A. No. "."S
will give a Valentine party Thursday
night ot Durford's hall. Everyo'i)
welcome. Come and have a good
time. No admission.
HcV'.:ss to M. M. C. Club.
Mrs. W. 'M. Todd was hostess to w
all day meeting of the M. M. C. clu'
yesterday. Only the cl"b members
v.cro trescnt and (lie day v.as spent
with fancy work and music. At tine
HOW ANY WOMAN CAN
REMOVE HAIRY GROWTHS
It Is not longer necessary for a
woman to visit a. beauty specialist
to have superfluous hairs remevsd.
for. with the aid of a plain delatonc
paste she can. in the privacy of her
own home remove ci.en a stubborn
growth in a very few minutes. The
paste is made by trixing tome water
with a little powdered dedatone. Tai-
ls applied to the hairs and af;er ?
or 3 minutes removed and tha k!n
washed when it will be left clear and
hairless. Be sure you buy real del-atone.
TRY "GETS-IT" IT'S
New ' Simple Common-Sense Way.
Vmi will iii'ViT know liow nnilly easy
over lici'ii n: o(luoet. It-taken Ivm tim
to p!y it than H doun to reml this.
Kel-jll Corn-pslne in Every Nerve! Uw
"CETSJTi" It "Celt" Ever Cora
will flumfouml you. especially ir yon
Jiuvo tried everything else for toinis.
iTwo drops applied In a few sec.)nil
.that's all. The com shrivels then
mines rlKlit off palnlesely. without fus-
sing or troirlile. If you have ever nimle
a mt ibuuille out of.your toe with )and-
iiKi's; used thli-k. eiirn-rrevlnij I'otton-
'.Iiikk; eiirn-nullinif Halves: carn-H'iisli B
jilHsturs wt:l' you'll nppiwlatu the dif-
ference when you uo OBTft-IT." Your
orn-iiKony will vanish ('uttHg ard
jfouctluK Willi knlvf"'. razors. flies ind
M-Msara. anil the danger of liloodpoison
are ' ilnue away with. . Try "OWI'S-IT"
.tor.lttht 'for any corn callus wmrt or
bunion. Xevor falls.
'('.'ICTlrl-lT" l iiolil by drutfRlsts cv-
(vvwhere. SRc a ibottliTTir sent direct bv
K.' iLawrenre & Co. CIiIciiho. Sold In
Uutlirie and icc-niuiemleil as) the world's
dest corn lire ly Lillli:'s Jrug Store;
Owl Drug Store.
o'clock the hosless! assisted by Mrs.
Graves served a delicious three-
cotirse luncheon to Mrs J. II 'Fair-
field Mrs W. T" Suddarth Mrs. D.
Wlolvertou Mrs. N. S. Filson Mrs.
C. C. Clothier Mrs. Ray Davis and
i.Mrs. F. P. Catch el. Next Monday
Mrs. W. T. Suddarth will entertain
tho club .
Announce Birth of Daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Clements an-
nounce the birth of a daughter Mon-
day February eighth.
Miss Helen Pyle of Miiicsec will
arrive tomorrow to be the guest oi
Miss Maltie Clare Gano.
.'Mrs. Frank 'McCoy and two child-
ren of Oklahoma City are the' guests
of ..Mrs. V. M. McCoy. Mrs. N. H.
Jetterson of Beach N. D. who s;ent
several days in Oklahoma City r3-
turnod yesterday ana is now visiting
.Mr. Gavin McCoy in Sa'yre.
The members of the Phi Delta
unmrio- will rtvn a Valen'iino party
Saturday nigtit at tue nome ot -ui
Easler apron Baie
The Trinity Guild will meet to
morrow afternoon at two-tl:irty ;at
Organ Prelude Offertolre B. min-
cr-li!satiste-llrj. Harry m. ityan.
Devotion led by Chancellor UIIs-
lop. Voice "The Good iShapherd" Van
De Watcr-lMiss Clara M. Hoyt.
' .Address. i.Mrs Jacob iBernlieir.
Marcy Center Chicago.
Organ ''A Lullaby" Alden.
lUidies' Quartette (a) "Come to Our
Hearts and ALide"-Arr. by J. C. Ma-
cy. Ctl "L-r.d Kimr.y l.'ght" Arr.
by Parks 'Mesdamcs liosfe and Smith
Misses Pitlenger and Miles.
Wednesday Feoruary 10. 2: )0 p.
Devotions led bv Itov. 'H. G. 'Mcral-
lister. "Our Work Among the I'm its '
Mrs. t H. 3i-hla;)back .Missionary
Voice iMiss Bitha Pittenger.
'.Our Added Responsibility on Ac-
count of the War." Mrs. J. E. Thoek-
Reading (Mrs. L. A. Clubb. Kaw
'Report of National Meetlug 'Mrs
J. F. Warren. Oklahoma City.
Mr. John Towner returned to Ms
home in Wichita this morning after
spending the week-end with Miss
Marie and Mr. John Dean.
Finish Study of Holy Land.
The condudil-K study of the Hob
Land was taken up by the Cambridge
Vim will never Know now nrimy easy --
it is to ret via t a earn unit! you tiavn Marr's subject. Mrs. Will Patterson
lul.-d "UKTH-IT." Nothing like It ha . Iha ara .. . ronlnn
club at their meeting yesterday
j ternoon. Nearly all of the cluu
members were present and Mrs. J. u
Stark was a visitor. Mrs West woa
leader for the afternoon and quota-
tions from the Bible were given in
I answer to the roll call. The . Hill
' Country of 'Naphtnls. was Mrs.
rises and told of four events m
Christ's lifo near Mt. Hermon. Miss
Eleanor Post described Ancient
Pannics "Home of Pan and tho
Nymphs" Mrs. Steele's topic wa
th3 "Plain of 'Esdraelon and Battle-
fields of the Old 'Testament anl
IDHory." Mrs. Gano read a paper on
"The Jews as a Nation" whl"h
proved to be one of tho Itest that tho
club has heard for some time.
K OF LOCAL MOMENT 9
Fire of unknown origin destroyed
$10t)0() worth of property at Ssiptilpa
"Tho new town of Oilton on the
Haskell belt line has installed a co.ii.
plete gas system. Hundreds of hous-
es are under way of construction.
When a car turned turtlo at Blat'k-
well yesterday evening .Mrs. George
Love was rendered unconscious and
1-3 in a ! serious condition as a result.
lAnyhow the war :a Europe is go-
ing to save the Europeans a lot of
money in the way of income taxes.
The total fire waste in Oklahoma
was the smallest during January of
any previous month since the crea.
tion of the state fire department. It
amounted to $64;415.00.
INo doubt the citizens of Dunkirk
wish the German aviators would get
the idea that there are other towns
in France. '
In view of the liigh price to whbh
wheat and flour has soareil In kla-
hema it has been suggested that cit-
izens of the state organise a "Ilack-to-ICornbrea't
A Belgian banker is authority for
the statement that there ' are still
?even million people in 'Belgium not
counting the visitors.
iMcmbcrs of the Oklahoma City
Patrons' club have requested the city
board of education to pcr:cit no J.
A iR celebration in Hie city schools
on Washington's birthday and that no
speeches' by the Civil War veterans
be permitted. The fear is expressed
that "it would not be 'best for the
children to hear the stirring and mar
tial talks by tho aged veterans."
As a general thing It i-su't the
knocker who wears the clawhammer
The Oklahoma Traffic association
board of directors has elected tho
following officers: J. T. Hoblnson
president; A. A. .Maxfield and E. G.
U'.anton vice presidents; John M.
Ha'.c treasurer and W. V. .Hardy
secretary and traffic manager.
A Kansa? judgo says that a man i.s
drunk in Kansas if he fails to follow
a straight line and there is the odor
of liquor on his breath. In the case
of IBert Harrington of Oklahoma City
the rule was laid down that a -man
was drunk If he attoinpted to bribe
a policeman with a cigar.
Wb hard to tell just what a Logan
county jury will da. Some of them
won't do at all.
Moreover when a young girl Is
permitted to appear on the streets
with her cheeks painted it is a sign
that her mother Is a weak sister.
Only old Argus who had an eye in
the itat-k of his head could flatter
hims-lf that his foresight was us good
as his hindsight.
A woman's idea of keeping T.er
hoiifc In order is to trove the fur.
niture around and around and around
It has just about gotten so !n t'.'!
country that the preacher doesn't get
nuuli audible encouragement even
from the Amen corner.
And the mayor Is still busy knock-
ing 'em off. Old timers are wonder-
ing what really constitutes a legal
residence and a right to vote.
Among other monuments just re.
ceived is a beautiful one from Scot-
land. Call and sec It. Charles C.
tAUing & Sons. 3H5 West Okla.
Oklahoman fe Conrular Service.
Thomas D. -Davis of IM Alester.
was nominated by President Wilson
for the consular service Monday.
Ready to Win
for you with the
J FLOWERS I
is it lor react Try Vbe Leader
TOPICS OF THE 55
SS TOWN AND STATE S3
IS 3J Si 35 85 X 35 35 K ' 5S S5 '& w
"Oil Well" Dance.
The lance Wednesday night fur
the lienefit of the oil well promises to
bo tin enjoyable event and will be
welf patronized. An admission fee
of ?C cents will be charged. All in-
vited Court Clerk Muddle Settled.
'After a legal war that has been
raging since the recent election.'
James lUeaty elected court clerk of
Oklahoma county secured his ' office. '
Thomas Kirby former district clerk
held on until forced out hy a court '
Boy Dend't at O. C
A tG-year.old boy' at Oklahoma
City held up a street car last night
and robbed the conductor of Tl.
Meeting of the Young Men's
Booster Club Tonight. i
A meeting of the Young Men's
Booster Club will be held th's even-
ing at the chamber of commerce
rooms at 8 p. m. 'All n embers of the
organization are regtiested to attend
Latest Bride Picked Out for Justice
'. :--' j ' :
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Associate Justice McReyuclds ot
the United States supreme conn rai
hau another bride cicked on: for h.n
bv the Washington matchmakers
Since he is a bachelor and cne of dc
most eligible iu the country being
the youngest member of the highest
tribunal in the world. Capital so-
ciety has been busy marrying him
for the two years ho has been in
Washington. This time the l.ride-to-be
Is Miss Lucy Burleson daughter
of the postmaster general.
The gleam o? what appeared to e
an engagement ring was seer on the
finger of Miss Burleson as she came
oi-t of a theater the othtr evening
with her arm through that ot Mrs.
Marshall the wife of the vice presi
dent. Members of the pany aseu
Miss Burleson if her engagement wat
out at last whereupon the youns
woman blushed and foverel her con
t'he same ami tha young men of thU
cltj who are not members are invited
to attend these meetings and to be-
come idcntiiied with tills young boost
CITY HISH SCHOOL BOYS
IS STRONG. TO WORK ROADS
Tho city high school is always u
and coming on good roads day. At
cha;:el this morning after a talk by
County Demonstrator Farciuharsou
and Principal Jreen seventy-live
boys volunteered to ' work the roads
all day tomorrow and seventy-five
girls at once came forward with n
offer to furnish dinner for the boys.
There will be something doing on the.
high school mile all day tomorrow
and a lot of the older fellows can go
out there and get some pointers on
real hustling. .'
Good roads day tomorrow.
Sheriff Sherwood will put a bum'h
of prisoners out on the road tomor-
row. Good move.
Tha farmers south of town on
Division street extension are or-
ganl'lng today to put a large force on
tha rocds tomorrow. They expect to
mane their line a boulevard
fusion by laughing and thrust her
hand into her muff. And uov; the re-
pott often circulated and aenieu
that the iostmaster general' daugh-
I to' who is only twenty-two years old.
laud Justice Mi-Reynolds are eoga-.t
! is accepted in Washington srw r.
Has Used Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy for 20 Yeai-s.
Chamberlain's Oousli Remedy ha-be.-n
used in iry household for tie
past twentv years. I be;an giving it
ti tuv children when they were saa.l.
3 a quick relief for croup whoopi"?
coush. and ordinsry colds it has n)
euual B-'ing free from opium and
other harmful drugs. -' never let
afraid to give it to the ch'.'.dren. I
have recommended it to a large num-
iber of friends and neighbors. v.!o
...M..i it t.i & larse nut-
'tber of friends and nel-:hbors. who
have used it and speak tilni or i.
writ Mrs Mary .Mlnke. Shoruvitle.
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