The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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PAfiH Till? HE
NOTES AND PERSONALS OF
PiiTsinir h infill 9 is .x!BE!ai53
bU ML HUMAN C ZTTZTT .
h lol urown jury uooas vo. siocit or
merchandise and (he store fixtures
are for saleA Bargain.
How poor ure tliey that have not
Wliat wound did ever heal but by
ilLnifL rLrtbriLUi RiW
TJTwnuTNmrcnATLYLEAnrcn fhiday attcitst 20 vm.
OUR ONE-FOURTH OFF SALE
on all Suits closes Saturday night. Take
advantage of it while you can make tills
If vou buy a 10.00 Suit vou save
If you buv a 20.00 'Suit vou save
Many of these Suis are heavy enough
to wear all fall and winter. This sale in-
cludes every suit in our stock Men's and
Hoys'. You will soon need school suits
for the boys. Save One-Fourth while
OUE STORE WILL BE OPEN SAT-
URDAY NIGHT. UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
ileta Alpha I'hi Party--At homo of
Mn;s Sara WUChire.
Koonev Mnunry Shah Club Mrs.
P. L. Drown.
Phi Delta Gamma Club o'clock
Mrs. Odith Spurrier.
Hook Party Miss lulso llurke.
ill The Onlw One Price Clothier In Gut hrle. fi
MODERN COOL CLEAN
Under New Management (Newly
Remodeled and Thoroughly Ren-
avated. In Central Part of City.
J. T. BIGGER Prop.
Returning From Colorado.
P. E. Cragin returned from Colorado
yesterday and Mrs. Cragin Sumner
and Lexey CraBin Mrs. Lexey Hill
Miss Louise Hill Mr. and Mrs. I. I).
Taylor and sons arc expeeted home
Will Entertain Club.
Tomorrow morning at nine o'clock
-Mrs. Odith Spurrier will be hostess to
the Phi Detla Gamma club.
The Iieta Alpha Phi Sorority will
give a party tomorrow night at the
home of Miss Sara McClure.
Miss Louise Uuike will give a rook
party tomorrow afternoon at two-thirty
in honor of Miss Josephine Morrison
of Ponca City.
Mrs. P. L. ISrown will entertain the
jKooney Mooney Shall club tomorrow
Tells of Woder of West.
I lyirnn Slavlt returned vesterdav'
i from a six weeks' tour through Cali-
fornia and points in Canada. While
away. Mr. Stark visited the petrified
forest at Adamona N. M. spent two
days at the Grand Canyon and in' I.os
Anrjelcs he saw several beautiful
churches attended the Mission Play
at San Ganertal's Mission and at Uni-
versal City the production of motion
pictures proved very interesting.
Pushes Garden and Pasadena were
other beautiful places seen in Los
Angeles. A several days' sojourn in
San Diego as a guest of the Pish
family formerly of this cly was
made enjoyable by the many delight
fill motor trips to Silver Strand
Tijuana Old Mexico and Cljona Val
ley where the home of Mme. Selm
mann-Henck Carrie Jacobs-Bond and
many other famous musicians and
'actors are situated. A week iu San
Robbers are busy at Enid. Several Frnm.BC0 proved to be one of con
s.ores nave ueen entered uuring this tinual pleasure as well as the side
also residences and many arti- .. ... t1(. university of California
IPresido Golden Gate Park and Mount
" Tamalpis which gives a wonderful
Cotton growers of Oklahoma should 'view of the fajr grounus at night. The
ue wiser mm year man tney were last choat famiiy fornler resldents of
and not get panicky and sell their Navinai wno are now living in Eugene
ciop lor o anu i cents. 0re were visite(i by Mr. Stark he
also visited Misses Lorena and Mabel
Mrs. Virgil Kout who was operated Phelps who have recently moved to
on at the Methodist hospital recently Seattle from this city. Mr. Stark
wwk.w . ihs i k i lty to
ski k;t hxtiii k than i
chine. He should be sent to prison
cles of value taken.
is doing nicely and will soon return to describes the siinset on Vancouver
LOCAL MOMENT a
her home at Crescent City. The oper-
ation was for a floating kidney.
Friday the thirteenth is not an un-
lucky combination says Attorney Carl
Leonard. He has arrived at that con-
clusion because a 11-pound Eirl was
Oklahoma left her doors open and 'oorn at his i0UBe on that day Motnor
Oue. Crescent" City dealer in antos
has ordered a car load of Fords.
Colorado weather has sneaked iu.
Fifty. car loads of peaches were
shipped from the Crescent City neighborhood.'
splendid trade just
and the girl are doing well.
harbor as one of the most magnificent
he has ever seen. Other places in
Canadr. which he visited were Stanley
Park Lake Louise Mirror Lake Lake
Agnes Little Bee Hive Mountain
Glacier Victoria end Winnipeg. From
Winnipeg Mr. Stark returned to the
United States and made his first stop
at Fredericksberg where he visited
with relatives. Interesting automobile
trips were taken to the "Little Brown
Church in the Vale" made famous by
BRAKEMAN WAS CURED.
F. A. AVootsey Jacksonville Texas song of the same name composed by
writes: "i was down with kidney 'nr puts who was family Dhvslcian to
trouble and rheumatism: had a '... ...: t. i...
are enjoying a backache all the time and was tired "" "
now. Business of living. I took .Foley Kidney Pills old llone and Uie scuo1 wllcn sne
j it ui j i mi t-it t ir.nc.no rn.f Tit.
conditions in Logan were never better i 1 "as ' s'"y c inous.."- ...
1 lands have written similar letters. Fol- Stark enjoyed a short visit with Dr.
ey iMuney ring are ionic in eueci and Mrs. S. E. Roberts Mrs W. H.
ana act promptly bom everywnere.
A Wagoner man has been arrested-
for putting metal in a threshing ma-
PRESS CLUB SANDWICHES
Woodward and Miss Kuth Woodward.
Invlgoratinq to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strength-
ening tonic GROVE'S TASTELESS
chill TO.VfC. drives out M.'.lario cn-
riches the t:Iood. and Guilds i:p the
system A true tonic. For adult
and children. 50..
Here is a sandwich that is always
a favorite with too men and bos.
Toast your bread a good rich brown
Toasting quickly so that it will.be 3aft
inside. Butter bread and sprinkle!
lightly witht salt and pepper riace Peaches Are Going to Waste
a slice of hot fried ham thin a slice-j You may have any amount of
of cream choese and one slice ot Peaches free by calling for them at
Bermuda onion one above the otlv r niy plane oonthoast of town. Luther
en Inn-Horn layer of saudwieh and M- West.
second piece of toast on top. Serve
hot Fafta Life.
LOGAN COUNTY ABSTRHCTC
Office Rear Lfltn County Bank.
(In Crmn Boxma Only)
Soft nd elvety. Money back tr not en-
tirely pleased. Nadine fs pure and harm-
leu Adheree until waahed oft Prevente
unburn and return of dlacoloratlona.
A million delighted uaera prove ita value.
Tinta: Fleah Pink Brunettei White.
By Toilet Count or Mail. 60c.
National Toilet Company. Park. Team.
A Till: A.6 wONDEI?
Tna Tea8 Wonder cures kidney
i:rt bladdiT tro'iiile's dissolves Kravel
'ires d:a!:'tcs weak and 'amo backA
ilieumatism and nil irregularities o.
' the kidneys and Madder in b-jth me'
'(I women rie'4ii!ntes bladiK:
'roubles in rliildrn. If not sold "
your dnip:;ist will 1m ri nt by ma
en receipt of t ) .00. One small bot'b
la two months' treatment and sel
tern fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall 2926 Ollvo
Street St Louis Mo. Sold by drug
There ure so many delicious nielli-
rds of ineparins iieaehes that the
conk's difficulty lies rather iu select-
ing from many ways than in finding
enough ways of semling peaches to
the table. !
In the first place nothing :an ex.-!
it ihl.T ".-ut-iiu" prarhe.i. lHpe
ie:ir ir a freed troni s.-:n and ires.iiy
!'. f-J ;r (.it and served with (Tcu:r.
wrir i' dc lied nro f-t lor a king or
(iideii or a little prince's.
.-.ate:i Horn no hand too t::cy are
c'.i"imis. When peiu'.iea are sent t:
tho table with theM- skins on tney
iculd be tlioroughly scoured before
hand to free them from the fuzzy
Kin-fa-n that is disnyreeable; that Is
they t'hoi:ld be dii!ieil into cold water
:iir.l then rubbed with a coar-je. clean
iScme sort of peach pie may be
chosen oneo a week during pendi sea
son for there are more kinds of
peach pie than there are week.i
when peaobes home srnwn are ob-
tainable. r'a(.h (jobbler Is an old
favorite and here is an old recipe
I'eacli Cobbler: d'repare plain pas-
try from three pints of flour and
three-fourths of a pound of n ixed
lard and butter il.iiie the bakin;
dish with this and pour in two quarts
of freshly stowed peaches covcrln
the dish with a pastry lid pierced
here and there to let out steam iflake
until brown and then cover thickly
with powdered siifvar and serve
steaming hot with rich cream.
-Here is another peach pie recipe:
'.Bake a rich pastry crut until brown
and crisp and then cool .lust at serv-
ing time heap it. high with sliced
peaches sprinkle' with sugar and pile
whipped cream on ton. A variation
of this recipe is this: 'Cut short pas-
try into squares and fold the four
coiners to the center. Mol.Uen them
with milk press them down so that
they will remain in place prick the
pastry with a fork and bake one
ijquaro for each person. Rrown in
the oven chill and servo idled high
pith leaches cut into large pieces
itewed just until tender and sweet-
ened to taste. Top with a big spoon-
ful of whipped cream-.
iStill another peach pie the fav-
orite of a hery good cook is this:
Sift together a cupful and a half of
flour a quarter of a cupful of sugar
two teaspoonfuls of baking powder
and a pinch of salt. Into this put
half a cupful of butter and add
The. purpose of our nioviii sale is to reduce our stock as low as possible
case wo do not sell it and it is ncciwarv Tor us to
consolidate it with tlic Sidncv L l!rock I). l. (.
purchased by A. (). iorahauth op the I'urabaunh
Urown of the Hrown Dry (loo Is ( Vuupam .
Great Values now in all kinds of Dry Goods
move ir to Oklahoma i it y and
The lirock stock was recently
Dry (loods syndicate and ). A.
A pair of shoes to
e. in yen
A pair of
fj'v5.."0 Patent La Vallicro Pumps will be piy-
who trys them on
display now in our
en Free to the first lady
that can wear theni. On
Fancy FEATHERS and WINGS f
$1.00 and $1-25 Full length lawn
Up to $2.25 House Dresses 95c
All Children's Dresses 1-2 Price
75c Pepperell Sheets for 59c
Up to $35.00 last Fall Wool Suits
Choice now $5.C0
FREE ADVICE -TO
Thousands Have Been Helped
By Common Sense
Values to . 1.00 for each lCc
Values to US for each :..25c
Values to !p2.4tt for each 50c
Ostrich plumes values to :..()
for each 89c
Clean up of Summer hats 25c
('lean up of Straw shapes 25c
Fi-OKat 'A' two yard table cloth for the
FFee nearest guess to the number of
dots iu the pattern.
c have on display in ottr west window a tvvo-
y:iril all pure linen table cloth in polka dot pattern
wii'h I'lirvsanthcnitim Ixinlcr worth .$1.35 ier yard.
We will f;ive this cloth I"ree to the person pness-
i 1 114' the nearest to the number of dots in the pattern.
Some one is mhy to win.
REGISTER YOUR GUESS AT THE
!4 the Marked
enough milk to niuke a tit if 1' batter
t'se as little milk as possible. Roll
into a thick nheet line a iU'P.i i!o
pan with it and- ulicc peaches into It.
Sweeten them well and cover them
wlt'.i sour or sweet milk then bako
until done in a moderate oven.
A tempting (lot.iert iH iieaeh whip.
To n uke it iresB rljie peacheb
through' a vegetable pross Bweeten
lo taKtfi and mix immediately J itU
whipped cream or whipiied eg
whites. I'ilo in tall glasses and
serve very cold.
Another tempting dessert is a
peach sandwich; one for each person.
Slice a stale spongecake and dip the
sllses quickly in milk. Then brown
In butter. Tlotween each two slices
.pile freshly sliced sweetened peach-
es and jiilo whipped cream on top.
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m-tAsm Moutd tehe." iDurchtxtrer
Hi y n e
CHILDREN'S SUMMER COLDS.
it is wrong to neglect a cold at any
tiire because It weakens the system
and lays the Buffsrer open to attack
from other diseases. Wet feet sud
den changes in temperature and
sleeping uncovered at night cause
many children's colds in summer.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
gives sure and prompt relief. Sold
Women suffering from any form of
female ills are invited to communicate
promptly with the
partment of the Ly-
diaE. Pinkham Med-
icine Co. Lynn j
Mass. Your letter
will be opened read
and answered by a
i.vSa oiNwixRi woman anu held In
strict confidence. A woman can freely
talk of her private illness to a woman ;
thus has been established a confidential
correspondence which has extended over 1
many years and which has never been
broken. Never have they publisned a
testimonial or used a letter without the
written consent of the writer and never
has the Company allowed these confi
dential letters to get out of their pos-
session as the hundreds of thousands !
of them in their files will attest
Out of the vast volume of experience
which thev have to draw from it is mor
than possible that they possess the very t
knowledge needed in your case. Noth- 1
ing is asked in return except your good
will and their advice has helped thou-
sands. Surely any woman rich or poor
should be glad to take advantage of this
generous offer of assistance. Address
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (con
fidential) Lynn Mass.
Every woman ought to have
Lydia E. Pinkham's 80-pago
Text Book. It is not a book for
general distribution as it is too
expensive. It is free and only
obtainable by mail tYrite far '
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K PEKSOXAL AND I .OCA I.
& s; k & k si s; k :s a a at as s
Mr. and li is. John Ellis and daugh-
ter of Benedict Kansas are the
guests of Dave and Will Walker and
Robert Lehman of New York City
is the guest of Mr. and .Mrs. William
Sexauer. Mr. Ixihinan is on his
way homo from San Francisco.
Miss Turner lias returned from a
visit with Mrs. E. J. Adams at Cres-
cent. '('.. W. Arnold of Kansas City arrived
today to be tho guest of C. R Milroy
Miss Allelic Sanford of Columbia
Mo. Is the guest of her cousin Mrs.
Clu ster Marr.
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M ("t K.Tfea
Do You Need
an Extra Pair
Buy Them .
No Matter What You Pay the
Most Satisfaction i.s
Sold with the Celebrated
10c a Button
$1.00 a Rip
Despondency Due to inuiaestion.
"Aliont three irrontlis ago when 1
suffered from indigestion wnlcn caus
ed headache and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent They Give You Full Return for Every Dollar You Spend
lets" writes (Mrs. Geo. Hon. Macedon.
N. Y. "This medicine proved to be
the very thing I neededt as one day's
treatment relieved me greatly. 1 1
lisej two bottles of CUamiwrlafn's
Tablets and they rid nie of this
trouble." Obtainable everywhere.
at the Regular Price $2.00 to $6.00
BUY THEM NOW $1.50 to $4.50
Gardner & Soehl
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1915, newspaper, August 20, 1915; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc617469/m1/3/: accessed April 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.