The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1917 Page: 5 of 8
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the (urrrntiK dails leaden Fu'iday makcu 2 mi.
Are You Intoxi-
cated? The question 13
not as impertinent as it
sounds. You may be a real
teetotaler and yet be "intoxi-
cated" that is poisoned by
the gases that come from
imperfect digestion. The
products of food putrefaction
are taken up by the blood
and often poison the entire
system. Cut ou meats and
starchy foods for a while.
Eat Shredded Wheat with
milk or cream for breakfast;
eat it with stewed fruits and
green vegetables for dinner
or supper. It will cure auto-
intoxication and make a new
man of you. All the meat
of the whole wheat in a
digestible form. A perfect
meal at lowest cost. Made
at Niagara Falls N. Y.
hw n n v. ! r. s '
Tin' 1'n icral nl'
Waldron was In M
l Ihe Ililii.b'S
where a rmii'II:
liilililier of old friends aad relative
attended. The Rev A 11 Nichula:-
conducted I he service.-.. The V.'ald
10 i family were I'.ini'liK the firs'
families of Trinity ehurch I hough re
siditin in CusliiiiK of recent years.
Not Bothered Any More.
So-called rher.n'.al ;c pains Krippe
ache lame hack. me muscles or Mitt
joints are the result of overworked
weak or disordered kidneys. E. L.
Tinner. Homer. Ky.. 'r'!i "Since
taking Foley Kidney Pills I have no!
hecn bothered any more." Strengthen
weak kidneys and help rid the blood
of acids mid poisons. Sold every-
Lnore Burha Phon Ul
DAILY Tt OUGHT. 0
Tht) liulvcrse as an immeasurable
TnniliiK for evcrnioro T
In ilio rapid and rushum river of ; V
Club Mr and Mis '.V II I
1. J A
l.linrlieon Mis.- V
Stetson s Newest
lmily I. nailer
The Puvoiiny Kosival To. cuwa t
Ihe Masoi ie Temple Iniuht for the
'.'iiiHl number of our Lyceum eou-se.
All Master Masons and members of
ihe Order of Kiistern Slar are enrdi-
ally invited lo attend this number.
JJM lW 1 1 gl rniri "
I) 0 U
I! S ( luh Miss Mary N'eal.
New Idea flub Mrs Sam KvaiiH.
Hecital by pupils of Mis KlheL
llounlass KlIHllss Hall. j
Fast Cuthiic W (' T 1' Mrs
Auction Chili one o'clock
Kooney Mooue.v Shall Club
John II lleland.
Culhrie Cribbum; Chili .Mr and Mn !
J : Wooihvorth.
I hi Oelta Ciub
. and .Miss
"ioup of friends surprised Mrs:
V'!!! Ilickel villi a party last evenins
in (clobi.it inn of her birthday anni- ;
versary. Twenty seven friends call-
ed at her home in Kant Harrison
Avenue and spent the evenihK in
dancinK and various amusement. The
house was prettily decorated with
sweet peas ami tarnations sent to
Mrs Hiekel. Dainty refreshment
were served by the iruesls to Mr and
Mrs liicke .Mr ami Mrs J S Shearer
Mr and Mrs K Cook. Mr ajul Mrs li
O Johns. Mr and Mrs Arthur J Lib-
bens Mines (' (' Clothier J K Doug-
lass 0 T Lewis I'.ertha Miitride. Ceo
Spoer Adiie Speer. Hoy Fiisken. K .1
Allen. K S Lowther. Misses Anna
Owens. Kthel Douglass. Mary Leo
Owens. Itorothy Speer. Mary ItatiK-
lass. Ma'ine and Madeline Lowther.
and Mary Mcliride
1 he new IIIihim' - 1 1 1 1 " .
I.il lull is Mllll ci'lllii'l V li II
1 1 r
Wr ills-" slmw il
si -is. n liais Tcwn Topic Peea.ocs
Philadelphia Spriny; 17
l ie ii;! 1 ll.'il
U'v L. H. Smith. M. H i
'i'h ' vl iims of aul'i-iul"xicLon
ire -;iuy thousand every day. Hy
re H-!i of the toxins or poisons bred
n 'he in'estine.s these poisonous
ha' ter'a ie sent all through the
hloo I channels' and the victims feels
tire) sleepy and hoaikoiiy. or th"
bi in doc w't work as usual. Th"
he t ::e-.teient for this I lo drink hot
w 'i lie! ire breakfast plenty of
v. i." all dav and procure a simple
In v.'i'o made of May-apple leaves
nl :'.! e'e with no calomel mid eli-
te ' -eci lahb which can h" ohiaii
et 1 ! ilrun store known us Dr
! C'ensant IVlletls.
"e -'ity importanl is it In cleans1'
kii 0'ns and bladder and drmkinu
lib " of i lire water will cleanse them
. i .( in extent. Jhen obtain at
th lore a little Aunt ic w hich
' ' " t dlscvered bv Dr. Pierce o
He b..-i.I Lislilute in Buffalo. X. Y
A-"-. . nihlo stretiir'h I should !
! I 'ere meals. It Is main'
:c 'e indent than litlua In
.''f 'be 'mi'-uiu ins accumu
i a report
Lo Inn Morion a New
.V.MT I wtor. wi" talking
about milk prices.
"Hut our adversaries' questions are
not fair" Mr Morton said. "Our ad-
versaries are like the cross-caniiu-ii
"is it true.' this lawyer asked a
v-itness. that you were the only sob-
er pivi a' the ti.iniinet'."
" -No of course not' the witness
;. uswerefl iml'irn:. ntlv
' Who w.'s llnii'." said the lawyer
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING CHEAPER
THAN ANY HOUSE IN OKLAHOMA
Home Made lives- Mrs ItaV Ivy
.: a ' In
III' ki..es lo act
on is line for d's-
1.1 li iu.ii t he sx s
tested for the
kidnev. Ida bier
s follow and so
inaliv cases both acute and stubborn
lmve yielded to this wonderful rem-
edy that. 1 lo not hesitate to recom-
TUNE YOUR PIANO
By Reliable Tuners
Knauss Music Store
JIJ S II MIL
DAY OR NIGHT
WE NEVER CLOSE
J. D. VAN HOOZER
Mr Hinl Mio Katv.rmi TTaniill Rill
spend the week end in Oklahoma City
with Mr and .Mrs Eliot 0 I-votl. 1
Thursday afternoon the Acorn club
was enleilaiiied lu the home of Mr-
Jobii II Delano" and the snliji-ct of
stn.ly was "The Art (lalleries of Ho!
land." Mrs Kro V Crunk led Ihe
subject which she made veiy inter
e-tiiiK with a well pr.iiaied paper and
many illustrations. There were no
special iruesls with the except ion of
Mis .1 .1 Haymaker who ass.sted her
il.nit'.ii'er iii scrvitiK dainty refresh-
men' -; at I In- conclusion of the pro-
Kiam. Mis E J Allen Ento-iains
Mrs K .1 Allen was hostess to the
li M (' Club yesterday afternoon and
bad tis nucsts with the members of
the club. Mrs Antm Ha vis anil .Mrs h
E Bird. The diversion for the after-
noon was . ro.'hetinn and other needl-
v ink and af'er an industrious two
hours wiih the ticillc a one ooui.se
luncheon was .-ervt-l b the hustes.s.
'liv members were invited to n t in
iv.o weeks with Mrs .1 H !'a irfielit.
E'l'f rt-iP5 Division No. 1
Mrs l"ns Winch was honte.-s at i
ve. y iu'.ere.i!.' laeMtin;; of Division
No. I of lh Woman's Auxiliary
Thursday afternoon and lonsiderinn
tin) weather conditions there was a
-ry j.:ned attendance. Mrs .1 A I'ur-
vi.iice was the prcsidim; officer and
the invocation wis pronounced by
Mrs A N lb.itb't'. The response lo roll
all was with suitable quotations an I
then the lej-ular jiropram for lb" d; v
on 'T'oultry" was taken up. The pip-
c:s were us follows: '
Insect powder for chickens V. s.
The First Hatch is Ihe Lest
I'll rvia nee.
Twiinir Youne Chickens: The
Paper- Kitchen Convenience' -Mis T
A X Hut lei .
At each meetini; of the division
some pi-ai-rcai di ministration is (?.-
ci in connection with the refresh-
ment course. Mrs Winch demon -1
stratcd middle cakes without urease
'showing that by healiim any kind of
! a Kiiddle very hot and rilbbiliK it ilh
; a liny ba of sail the cakes could
hn baked without stii'klnt; at hs
i expense more wlvdoMinie and wilh-
1 out i inokinK up the kitchen. T )
' vourso rorrosuiiioiti wore Burvcd bjr
home of Mrs Charles Scheihin
as enjoyed by llwt German hide
bur: day afternoon. They i '
'he I interuii!. and .
a! the car anil taken to the i.i .i;
ing home in automobile-- V f -thirty
o'clock all elalioi :!
was served to Mnies l-ili.ahc' i .b ii;
on of Mary sville. Kan. lici 1 1 .
P'red Kyser Emil Xatl John I. i i'
maiiti. Have SelieihiiiK. Mi--
Scheer and Miss Anna Nan ' '
i;uysts returned home on ih
o'cloi k car alter liaviim sp'iil '
pleasant afternoon. The April ne e
iir " ill he with Mrs Fred 1 In- .
Pleasant Day In Countiy
A pleasant afternoon a!
m "id hsiis
:y.-i T'lis Ldv Who Had To Sup
rou F r.vlv Of Vr-ur. R.:d
Below Hi'"1 Rlfiton'Ont
Ca. Mrs. Sallie Pidsoii
writes: "1 was in very
all run-down nervous
spells di.ziness and
I had these synip-
my . . lime. 1
I time vorkinir for
veil years in a hotel after my latli-
r died. I had to support our f.itnilv
f four I read the Birthday Almtin-
ii ml thought I -would illln'!
'..;lni. 1 received good belief ! from
I am sure it will do all that it
'; '. t ln. 1 took three or four
Mles hi fore il b'au to show er-
ects. After that I improved rapidly
le.ined in Lc'iltii and stf'liulh. I
of this iilaci
in) r health
ionu usually at
bad a very bar
Mrs II K licit entertained the
bers of the Aniicitia club Tim
afternoon at her home
Spriirjcr avenue ami the
dilional KUcsl was Mrs S T
s i the ciislom with
eilleAor!; occupied the
hours and at five o'clock the v.::
v -s laid loide while the hos..
el (1 licilltlS Olie Cllirse ref''e.ipc '
The IH'Xt 1 till!' will be with i'
Much Extra Work r. M.i.c!
It's between -ea 'ons A hec
perspire is healtli ! !' :
'!) e result is doable wie k f n ' '
Uiilliev . to throw out waste Hi'e't -i
e tll'OUtil the poles Ion ee-i:r
uerspire Uverworked liilne ie 1 i
help. 1! II. St IteadilV.
W v'tes- When 1 need a kidll v ee-
edv. I rely on Foley Kidnev Pii-' "
M . W ' M X M
I'l HSOWl I o(l y
! A W . . y. K X J :s
i ' e: ill y iieaMirer l
( )'. lalin-ua Citv toda:
This is the
it ! was
I kh inert to
and had lo he
so nervoi"! n mi:
was stoiiped hy
took nine ho.tlcs in all.
iiv tine I have lake;
down to ui pounds and
: 'I' I felt like a new
o'lldn't sleep hefon
rii I. bed. I would pet
curb. And all this
The tree "'alue of a meiliein
he (b'enniied only by the r
obtained from Its actual use.
''0 ivunrts of letters we have
eve iv y
T'OH TejKI Wander
fies ki b.e? nnn
s.. ve- COO 1 Clrt
iti.a- .i 's-. i h'-'oe-i
-v for maiiv years from
users of Cardill. are power-
If you suffer
to its worth and effic-
from womanly all
ot tho Incubator General discussion ments try Canlui the woman's Ionic.
timii and all irr'-.ruho'iO"-' ol i.c kidneys
bludCer p ho. ica lil.d W.ehe:. I lie. -i'l
bv your dnnrrtsi. n il! le m .t 'A- nii on i "
f it I ot M. Due small loot !e is I've I lbs
trt . in. tent find -t-1 lnin fais to eci'tecl a '-lire
Send lor "sliiiioiimU t'rmu this and oihe
Stat-K. ;r. ''. va. iinll. ants oiiv- Hr
St. L'jiiis .Mo. Sold l.y dnii'i' sts. A . . '.
Plat hooks in una'. po. !:ei form
to book for sale at Leader of.
lso oil eases latest form ami
c. ; tt i)nii 1 1
ih riViiip-c 1H w ecu
i s is llnii' is
l"' l;i ;io- slir.
! I I'Cil l -lull li'i'illlil till'
v. i.i ;t 1 1 s w i ' i' i ciy rcijiii i'c-
' i i .t i iir Im'-I .
! '.ii.i 111 lifi'iili'
MM IP Hv.C
hiK-rJor llic Men U ho Care"
;j Pimples Disappear
1 r : '
. e i !- mat slid nil fails
! e.'.. i il j.ij.ipl. s. hlolcbes 'Old
r i m; j.; r a p. I il:at. tnakis the
i ...'. J. .i" a;M lualtbv. . i '
.bine. i i. hi supply you with
; . ' i li ; ier..!lj' oven .iocs all
1 !: ii ' rii- cci ;n:l itch p'lll-
i ' bl.e- lir.U in most cases
v. . t yniri. p'r ipi.'iitly minor
i ' ".; (i ap'irar .ivevni'.'bl Itcltintf
..!) in .t.unlv. em" h a Safe
a ic Ispiid. i ! ui c.i-- to use and
e' ! le. It cists only '.'"c: an exira.
e !ue $(iil It will not Mam is
e-v -i .. siiclc and i piitivcly
f. -r . nicr . n -ii ivc skins.
'I!.' U V. !:.' ''.. I'lcvtlanii O.
lift v -rm T-TJFT-j
l M T HE
x ' r E urds ':Q
Prn rrny iir j tj
aCnfLll I llLt sL. I il
What Came I rem Ruui
; a I'in'n'.am AJvtr-
VuU r-on. N. .1. " J P .. ;. v u ' r
tin I v I i I I ! I 1 it t
) r A NEW
'Por.V lllll eUllSI
MfH OLDER MEN Y?f
;. .-. of einee' t W-i
o in H'ii'i'C Hie fVS
si ' le ami sluuliiiits j 'tX
VCUR II Ac AT THE
VuU WISH TO PAY.
in I. 1
; Si'.DO MOO
i';;. v" IN OUR
i i i I
decided to try a
j ! I 1 rt
. t 1 r r
Jtl l v r (I
ill in i.
harn s tt i u i u i u i Ihi ill
from the t t I dl s I t 1 J.
and a third in.-o u Ih-xHo i1 l.vum k.
I'ltikham 8 I; loo 1 l"n'tier i.nd now ) urn
just n? well as nnv other wotnan. i r.d
vie cviry w w s n r !
wno is troubled with wiv ol U't- ofore.
eaid aliments to try yovr Vvendcrtu
eg t ibb l mil i i i i i I i 1 '
and I am sure Uu y vul In ip In r !. pel
rid ol her troubi.'M as tt v i el me. '
Mr' 1 t sit I v I I i v i
ork .t... l'htcrson. N. 1.
Writ tl 1 a 1 1
to ( th i t ) i i
need Buecial a J'. lee.
m & SOEHL 0
A V i -i.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1917, newspaper, March 2, 1917; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc616085/m1/5/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.