The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 123, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 8, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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In Nainsook Soiesette and Dimity are aU
popular garments arid ju&t the thin.? for
hot weather. We have it in every siao
NOTES AND PERSONALS OF
furnished entertatuuieut for tli even-
inc. At a late honr 1 refreshment
were perved to the- following:' Mary
Lee Owens Marie Douglas Mary
' Long Bernlee Buck Zela Seton Hazel
pnone a jVrll iurris j.shl.-
:' ' - - Douglas WHia KutUHoy AgneB Burnt
; ' 'Hthel Liebhart Efflo Meyette; Glenn
-u"p "'----.- y.' "Ti Farquharsop IJoyfcSWearlngeit Her-
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IIP Sf $100. ll.iO ;
j' Tcoplc who look from store to store
j- j say that it is no trouble to buy a-s good a'
snirt nsre lor ibi.-ou aa you. wuuiu iiavtj.tu
! ! pay $1.50 for elce-diere. . ' :.i
Our big and careful buying for spot
cash makes these values possible.
The Only One Price Clothier In Guthrie.
TRY OUR LUNCH
Veal Loaf Sandwich.
Boiled Ham Sandwich.
EHck Cheese Sandwich.
Sunshine Biscuit Sandwich.
Guthrie anil is engaged in ' tlie' prac-
tice of law. Oklahoma City Oklalio-
ruan ' t ' V
Mrs. Harold Welch Entertains.
Mr. 'Harold Welch had 6s her
luncheon sUfiKt yesterday ill rS. -Oilitii
K.: Sparrler M isses Ignore liiirke.
Ellen P.ronsoh and Mattie Clare !ano.
Tlie afternoon was spent with card;
A paranoid T. T. Chlohossy Bent to
Itlie Vmita asylum from Oklahmoa
Jelly escaped yesterday. His wife
'fears he will kill her if he reaches
'Oklahoma CRy. Twice before he has
attempted to slay his wifo.
Conn.-fissman ThomDSon Comlna.
tjjoo Thompson congressman from
tills district has informed Jim Lewis
.(hat ho will be in Guthrie next Satur-
f ;; 'SS3K5iS &ty. This will bo Mr. Thompson's
W TOPICS OF THE
iUi-ent Hint eloquent wbixpor up-
;i jspringins :
ilcjik. -o t!ie;SiiiiI from jut .natrj'f
4' jgreat heart " 'i ; . - ' V
rroln t'iio!aavi'ck)iuV flows the life-1
) -siving sliowers; .
ifrnm l)iu rmiirh Hod blows tlliJ soft
. ! ' lirealli'n r.owr;
Wroin I lie small Insect lie rich coral
Only man. In the plan shrinks from
; :' his- part. ' -'
I Vi'miees S. Osgood.
' CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.
S1x Hundred Club Did not meet.
Tuecday BOO Club Mrs. Kysar.
' ij.tsiini Hour Club Mrs. It. A.
fnnl Party K. of C. Hall. !
fie(ita Mettrodift Church. 1
MorhlJifj Auction Party Mrs. J. K.
'iltnoK Club Miss Mary Humphrey.
Kensington Club Mrs. Freelanrt.
V Mozart Club Miss Mildred Davis
i' TrinltyOiilld.- 2:'10 o':lock iRectory
Social 'irele Presbyterian church
Mrs. W. T. Fields. 11
.. (jooil TiTio'CLib Mrs. F. M". 'Woods
.; Auction Cluh'-Mrs. Galen 'Crow."
Thursday.' 1 ' -'
Thursday Luncheon Club ' Miss
Altrurlan Club Library.
n. M. Q. Club Mrs. 0. F. Cottcral.
Mac&beeft Macabne Hall. -
IClmono Club Mrs. Fred Cronk.
'Five Five Five Club Miss Frances
Clover Leaf Club Mrs. Maurice
Saturday. . ... ; . . m
i; Kooney Mooney Shah ' club Unde
Phi Delta Gamma Club Miss Wanda
Former Residents Return.
AnionK the many out of town vis
itors far the eel-jbration of the 2"tti
anniversary by the Guthrie Chapter
0. R-3 . weft vris: Ytehewa "Finch
Ward -of Oklahoma City; 'Mrs. Sto-
piugh and Mrs." Georse -Martin .0'
Crescentnil of who-.n formerly lived
here. One of the ' distinguished
guests was Mrs". Annette Ehler of
ilelinessey the Grand Worthy 'Matt
ran of the Order. .
Mi?a Florence Adlcr 'Honored; . .;
I'Mfr-Bi F'Jftrenesi ; Adler . was: bighlji
honored by the Eastern Star yestei-dr.y-at
the celebration of their 2.rtli
anntveiSary when she was presented
with a beautiful loving cup In recog-
nition of her untiring work and Inter
est in the order. In the beautiful
speech of presentation her musical
wirk and her untiring effors hi ev-
ery way were highly ..omniended.
Chrisfian Church Guild to Meet. !
The Christian church Guild will
: cct tomorrow afternoon at two thir-
ty at the home 08 Mrs It. 12. Dcrwini
at W2 East HarrSMon Ave. . ;
Miss jRt'i'ie Meyette who lias return-
d to Guthrie to live after residing for
two years in Springtieia mo.r was
dellchtfully surprised when on return
ing home ebe'was met by a crowd of
'first visit to Guthrie since the election
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gj ft' TOWN AINU c I.:
g -'m a . SS.B.a.SI Woman Is Beet Road Builder.
' : - i ' ;' '; T Miss Ada Haymore school teacher
Er.ln' Buys' Home. " ' Stephens county won first prize
& - m l...M.1!.. Un Unci n-ill nt mnA
AntrnMiicement was made Saturuay . iu "''b "l ing home ene was mei ny a crowu vi
n-ilin Au.lin-awa.n eBnany.thit;'n'.Pril!C waa '0IC( th0 couly her old friends. Games and musio
"J v .. . . in. connnisiiionors.
Guave A. Kraon was ... f j
of the buncaUiw which was exhibited
i urn: inr.ilo ring uay.
W0 .!R ' " n. was visited by hun-j Kvery Guthrian with the spirit of
V o neopU'- The bungalow local- patriotism in hi breast and the love
dreds of prop".. an stripeg ltl his neart
pany. and was placed on sale at wu.t
ready for occupancy. The bungalow
i i v Mr E-ixon as a June Bride Attracts
was purchased by Mr. b.on as
IK .in-il'f-i1 niTI ITflllL- v-' ' '
MO recent. .. ...x 'rtm.t of the F. O. Lu.z dry goods
' . -. ' ''" j Inn .. lull if Is shown all attractive
CHRISTIAN'. COLLEGE ' y. Jt. caiiedjhe jun.- tei.
And Conservatory or music ; -.. ; . - -- t
A Junior CoIIcob for women. .(-oiaeiV June way. :
fifth year. . U.J;! h"inoi!!rSsr The temporal uro-Sunday night and
ilon'" oh')te "f Kit'nAiVion!' Wu-jMowlay wiis l(!yr. than ever before
Art. Kxprewlon. it r. '. 'in h' history-of he state for June.
sports. f -ri ruinima thermometer reading
!"w- x'y 57 degrees. '
SeO i ''College 'Place Columbia Kot f N( 4 if y- .
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waaw I ftVni--(tiiil.i' Mi.ih. Joseoh ' Een-
aagaiiaiUIKMgSKP: ku cu celebrated .olr'97th
Jbiriiidy last wrck and says he wants
to live to b? an even hundred. He
J would not nmk a very good subject
jfor an antl-tc-lacco lecturer for h
r mokes line a bouse afire and has
ilino sc since he was 14. Moreover
vuch to the regret of many good la-
dies be takes a daily nip of brandy
a habit be .rontracted while an officer
lu the British' navy. He arisw at 6
each morning. l
Office Rttr ugin County Bita
hert V.lbutv. James IVong Paul
Meyette Floyd Ren nock . fetort Pe
nock SumneVtVagin Ot!lo! DouglW
Bob Douglas Gordon Bicrer Fred
ll'Iion. . " ' " ':r ' ''
Tli!.i vpok'g nuicliiig of the Good
Time Club will be with" Mrs. FT' M.
WooJj if ill 7" f. Warner Ave.' ' ;
The Laiiiw Aid of the West 3i(?'n'
M. E: church will meet at the chiirch
torc.circw at two' thirty.' !
Mrs. Galen Craw will be hostess to-
the Monday Auction Luncheon club;
on Wednesday afternoon at two ;
The Ladles of the Catholic church
are entertaining at euchre tonight at
the Knights of Columtus Hall.
Reratal Tonight.' '- i .
The violin and orchestral depart
ments of the' university under the
rlirceUon of Prof. H. H. Ryan will give
a - recital tonight at the Methodist
cbiirch. The feature of the evening-
will bo tho university orchestra
which Is made "up 'of twenty-two plec-
!fi. ! The numbers to bo played by the
orchestra are: Mendelssohn's ;Wed-
ding March. "Asas Tod' bv Grels and
A delightful little party was given
at the' home of Margaret Ellen Tor-
ance 119 W Perkins Monday from
1 to a p. The occasion being her
fith birthday. The de;oratiqns were
a stefully carried out in pink and
white and numerous games were en-
ieyed by the littte ones. Refresh-
ments of ice cream! cake and after-
Jinner mints were .'served' Those
present were: Audrey and.'Haxel
Davidson Kathleen Bird Helen dial-'
lard Mary Elizabeth Ballard Fur-
iltamond and Norma Uphanv
Xorma Itansell. .. ili.-len Cahill Mar-1
?aret Carpenter -Mary Ellen . Lock-"
wood. Henrietta Lockwood Margaret
I'orrance Eula Foster Tommy Walk-
er i Iluby Dais ai-co Vprthington
Delnjir TorranreX $ i "' .
A Letter From the. Coast
Extracts froro a letter from Miss
June Williams' undi-t date of May 2-"i
to hef parents written from Asllamar
"Vostprit-iv nftei-nnon sixteen of 1S
we-re taken over to Pblnt JMhxis In t("?
b4 4T'nglvjt' na fivi fffji which can
be' pS't"1 fn 'and' upe'd as ' a carry-all
The ride Is' very famous for its beau-
going through Monterey whicu
va3 the one-time capital of Calif j.--n'a.
with Its historic old bulldiiigo.
Oio there is the first lumber luiM-
iiie on the Vicific Coast the lumMr
having been brought around the horn.
Also a theatre that Jennie Lynn is
?aid to have sung in although I have
heard outiders dispute that and say
hat -lenriio Lynn never was west ol
Chicago. Hut be that as it may. the
building is old enough. I think tlr.it
lovers of the antique would either
fall iu love with Monterey or fall out
jf love with Antiques for It ls de-
-Jdedly different and perhaps one
would 'call it 'pictiif-esqtfe If one were
not Incdiidingj beauty; In i the trn
picturesque. We also passed the his-
toric old Carmel Minion located away
in Is. the mountains." Point Lobns Is
one of tho most dangerous places on
he coast for ships but is a sight. If
-me is looking for water display. The
Devil's Wash-bwl and his Wash
Board are both there and. it is one of
thn most faseinatinz sisfhts that I the summer.
have ever seen. It was awfully hard
to pull oneself awav from the scene.
Means in nvi.t rases a soft clear
-kin frc; from irritation redness
routine;; awl rPls-
Sirr.alcs Free by Wall
I-oti 1-1 IH-I.--'! ll BWrt"
I 'h .l .nil w ""-l ''
The iSuccess of a Retail Store
IVe lcep In
(T . 1 I .rA 'rrafl l-IIIlinit tf tTI it rhfinilir.P
ucpenas m a targe inausuia ufwn yuuiuwu u" t.i.i "...s j -
coje touch Wilh wholesale markets and when a line of merchandise offered at an
LlV.UJ...:iJ:A1 Jl.'lr !. ulJ I . il m. ?1-fe1u'i.'v4 ;7) '" i'.t
The Ely & Walkcr-McKitifick Consolidation Sale in SLff'ofih of these oppor-
. ' cv. . rj . J iUin. Ur nnni txitit-bhitiid hi... that :'cvcnt. Handsome
i lumues. i ou win unu scvicj vi '"- .
') Silkslofeqns of fVash (W Snowy White Goods and Stacks of Domestics. J
a i i 'i i !' ') i : . .
rtxvrSi ' 0 1 J.- J f Palm Olive Soap 1
I arret OKiris ivcuutcu
W ' A -';'''" .-'in- & W I ' W Daily 'bklahontaiilh
The popularity ot tlic seixiratc- sUW'kiPt. majces ujck;
n-iluctions in price most tim.-ly. '. Convc early tomorrow
morninp and make your selections. These are .the lutest
style skirts in shirred effects ' and narrow ruffle effects
some fiave suspenders. - '
$10.00 Ulack Taffeta Skirts a good wear-
ing quality ; special now. - -- ' -
$12.00 Taffeta Skirts in sand Mack
and navv; now each --
Sir 7 it mil I Sum Taffeta Skirt in hlack
checks ; plain . hlack san . and navy ''"' "CT1 Q C
now each -.. f : - - -
tiny fi'i'ivspiiiier may he r.-.keitied a I
ltrowns; Sijjn the ecrtifkntc. hny
o:m cake cf soap a.td uc will :;ive
vm one free. '
nniiV.ln XTnna TJtTo on T?ilimn
f VUUUC 4. VUltH . VV Cl-Ji. Am v-vaw
We have just received ;-. new
shipment of tliee doulile face
satin wash rihlions for use on
lingerie garments. . ... .. .
Unusual Silks for 59c
This is' one of the' hest assortments we have
offered in many a day' ; The lot includes 36-inch
fanev striw Messalines in- a cood Sr. 00 quality. 1
I Regular' 8 ;c Cheney Bros.' shower-proof Foul- '
ards 36-inch 85c Fophns and various oilier odd
lots of silks worth from fiyc to $1.25 yard. : This
presents a splendid jo'pportunity for you to' buy a '
good silk dress for a comparatively CQ
small amount. Special per yard' ...sJIL
40 inch Taffeta $1.39 1
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Just received yesterday hy express a splendid
quality 40-inch Black Taffeta the width makes t
jn very desirable for skirt use. 1 V i' i
Other Black Taffetas at 87c. $1.00 $1.50 and
$1.75 per yard. We guarantee they will give you j
yPer 10 yard bolt 3Cc
Beautiful Wash Goods 25c
A lot wiii-! itu-Hides handsome 40-inch
'oiles worth 35c jer Yard. New strins. new
. floral effects nd: iakmy figures. You will also
find beautiful jCrepe 'oiles with silk -trii- and
a splendid assortment of new airy ( rgandie in
Tatesf designs for siflnmer wear. ' 7Kn
Choice of "all for fciDC
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15c Wash Goods 10c
27 and 30 inch smooth weave Batistes and
Lawns every style of design you could wish;;
stripes floral designs and small figures. . You
will also find dainty floral crepes 1 A
special per yard at ... 1UC'
250 .fNDSOp. C?IE?ES 18c
Fine 30-inch Crejx's in a beautiful assortment.
ot neat designs! Koral c-ttects coiv..-ini'inai'
designs and' polka dots; regular: 25c
value; this sale per yard ..:.;.-l....U...li...:
Our June White Sale
Starts Friday June 1 1 th
Evt'rytliiiij; in White will
See Windows. .Watclr for our ad Riving details later
. i:l'i-' . y . . . l. fi.o4-ii-i.2wl
v. ; ; :
Windsor JTies j
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. We .arejsupphed will a. 'ia-
assortment in strip-a.. :'iee'-"
plaids and all plain colors.
Select them now at each 25c.
Tapevtr t .J. I'tilows i;i
qut;iir jesigns jl.lrk colors ; tliey
mushed with back ready for
use. Special each 29c.
.yj.. incur wide
IntcTii. am! woti.h $1.25 per yard.
Has roiuii 'iTcad suitable for
art work -skirts.
extra special for yard'
L. W. Conner and tot attend 'Prof . 1
Kyan's recital tonight.-
Congressman Dudley Hoolittlo and
his mother have returned to tholr
home In Strong City Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Wenner and
little son of Tulsa who have been the
guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs.
Fred h. Wenner of Hillcrest rami
left last evening for Oklahoma City
from where Mrs. Winner will leave
with the baby tor her old home at
Charleston South Carolina to spend
There will be an important meeting
ot tlie retail merchants of the city at
the Chamber ot Commerce Friday
Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Sharp who left.
Guthrie May 11 in thejr car for Call-
T.HAT TERRIBLE BACKACHE
from which so many women suffer
is !goiflcant of organic trouble. It
telis- with other symptoms such as
headaches nervdusness. and depres-
sion that nature requires assiBtance.
For forty ;years Lydia B. Finkham's
Vegetable Compound a simple rem-
edy made from roots nnd herbs has
bee the' one effective remedy in
such cases fft speedily removes the
khuha and restores Ine1 system to a
bealtby normal eondltfen.
s. LOCAL MOMENT K
An informal dancing party was held
at the Gee III club last evening hon-
oring several out of town' visitors.
The meeting of the Trinity Guild
at the rectory will be at two thirty
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
K PEItSAXAL AMI LOCAL
JUST APPLY THIS PASTE
AND THE HAIRS WILL VANISH
judicious use of a
"eft yesterday for Colorado to spend
. . paste Insures any woman a vi-..
Mrs. Parker Spencer and daughter tBe paste
mix a Utile of the powdered delatone
with some water tbea apply to me
.).t0iin!.hle hatr for 2 or 3 minutes.
Mis nrbeeea Sarcbet of Jennings When the paste Is wmoved. and the
' . . .kin washed ewry trace of bair will
is visitlag friends here. . '.'. U!nthi. No nain attends the
'Vse of delatone an It will not mar
Mrs. A. R. X l-oo of Oklahoma (he niost ensttlve skin but to Insure
CHv Is here to visit her sister Mrs. rosiilU e that you get real delatone.
The Ladles of the Macabees will
nieet at their hall on Thursday at
The Cimarron Is up and the Skelo- a
ton is raElnc. Crnns. not.. iiiiatun.it.
Ohe excesslvo rainfall are booming.
The street railway company.-. at
MuKkogee is eoinc out of In.
will operate jitney cars instead ......
Republicans and IWini-nta nt n...
state will begin the 1916 campaign be
ginning August 1st 1915. Both sides
fornia writes The 'Leader that they see victory ahead. Hill Murray says
are now in San Francisco taking in
it will require a war with Mexico to
win next time. So there you are.
The Fruit Growers' association will. names Throe More Judges.
meet at the Chamber of Commerce Three more judges have been named
Saturday afternoon to discuss market-'by Gov. Williams to aid In clearing the
mc er Tim immpnKt- itcid cjl cun-i i 1 suui i-iii-f rn in i ntui
peaches. Several buyers will be here Judges are: W
to meet with them.
j..nit-s uto. VV
li"-!....!. I M r r.
neDresciitatives of five or six coun
ty fair associations will meet In Cuth-
rie Thursday to organize an Okla-
horaa racing circuit In which only
horses owned in one of the counties
of the circuit' are eligible.
Doctor Tells How to
Shed Bad Complexion
Monday wilt be - everybody's day.
f 'nnf.-Mli-rnt-v and S I'nbm. Jew and
The band boya po?l for a picture
in Uiair -white suits and hats last
ewaieg before practice.
A. O. Tillman is walking with a
can aa tho result of a rheumatic at-
tack. Con. Frank Canton testimony be-
fore the court iu thft "race ca3" reaUa
like a dime novel. '
an not r-tt't t1'?rtorMtiit fr?pf:il
tis;it ;ittv nitiiv tli-m ntor a
!'Nt limit. It tisfl-'v to ntt' iiipt t on-
v?it a w.iti-oitt f'.mwVxion mio a tiw
'1 he rm j:i:..ij JT x tSliif1 l to iv-
ans. I'l-.wdvt'r a.f t!r u!nl' lvlnf? rul
U t'o tit in. tt tei!cr. t- with-stnnt! iin-
meAl it- txptsnr'. A:p;i?i nrlin.iry
nifr t. i shii w .ix win KiNuii.un ai'-"'i
yitit!fti --kin nTJ"": ami delicately
tinied 81 h r .til.
N !'i'ly n-! Iujiiif t try tMfl. FW-
our ftn "tiM mr-rcol'TPd mnx rT the
t!rtifc.-! -t Srfl'l oti thin liver hfrrr
reti:?nir. n'movirp bs in th morni'iff'
wilh 'i ' w.ittT. In tVvm im ?
tt w-'fk the cuuipK'xiCT) Is r-nipl't!y
An aprnv..T t itnvnt f'r wrink-l
prviil V fK'K 'njc n min-M i-f pi -rrr
stx':!. in :i i tlf pii't of wl''i
hewi. H:it?!n th f1'1 i" t-o!ntinn
r : tti.-? nrntrt ani r. m.nfc tUU- riliT.
it M u-knsie in F'v''-f MlUinew
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