The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 107, Ed. 1 Monday, November 16, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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X OF LOCAL MOMENT. V.
Do your Christinas shopping early.
Turkeys and cranberries are in
evidence as Thanksgiving day ap-
proaches. "King of Virginia" is a confirm-
ed hunter. He kills dinks for sheer
pleasure of the sport and then gives
his kill to his friends.
Thanksgiving day will see the last
of the football season. .Mothers of
school boys are happy. Fortunately
so far there have been no serious ac-
cidents resulting front the game in
this citv this season
Suit on Note
The Oklahoma State Bank tdJ
brought suit against J. B. Heed and
E. B. Crites for recovery of money on
When Waterloo -was foucht both
Napoleon and Wellington were i.
years old. Wellington's Prussian
ally Blucher was 73.
When everything goes
wrong and the future looks
black instead of moping
around go right to your
drug giai and ask for
You will find this a short
cut to happiness because
they wiD letnore the causa
f your trouble which is
nothing more than a slug
gish liver. At your drug-
"The Santa Ft
tains amine water for the use ot
engines supplied at this ipoint." paid
Airent Co.hrell of the Santa Fe to-
day. "Squirrels in the parks have in-
reaped four fold during the past
Week" remarked a member of the
park board totay "And they are get-
ting very tame and friendly" he added.
Vow is the time to plant rose bush-
es for the coming year. An early
start will 'nsuire a beautiful garden
next year. Cse the fallen leaves for
"Turkeys for Thanksgiving this
tear will be plentiful and reasonably
cheap and within the reach of all'
said a local dealer in poultry today
The official count on state offic
ers has not yet been reported. It i-
thought that it will be held until
Thanksgiving so the people a ay re-
joice and be thankful.
Whipped With "Soaked" Rope.
Because he sold a bale of cotton
for less than ten rents a pound the
price fixed by the night-rider or-
ganizations throughout southern Ok-
lahoma Joshua Samuels a small rot-
ton grower of Carter county was
whipped with a piece of rope soaked
in water. Samuels sold the cotton to
provide food for his family. He was
(ailed from his farm home seized by
masked men and severely whipped.
What the war teaches
The street corner
deadlock on the water
HACK! HACK I HACK '
With raw tickling throat tight
cheat sore lungs you need Foley's
Hooev and Tar Compound and quick-
ly. The first dose helps it leaves a
soothing healin coating ss it grides
Sown tout throat you fert better at
ono hverv user w a meno. tar
sate by all druggists.
Owl Drag Store.
ta ken at
Kvery life has its critical mom-
ents. There are times when a man's
health is staked upon the care he
gives to it with'n a few hours. His
system may be run down blood lad-
en with bilious poison and lungs or
Twenty-four hours after you start
to take Dr. Pierce's (lolden Medi-il
Discovery. poisonous matter and
blood impurities begin to lea. e your
body through the Liver. Bowels. Kid
neys and Skin.
So powerfully penetrating is this
purely vegetable remedy that through
the circulation oTThe blood it reach-
es every fibre muscle and joint dis-
solves the poisonous secretions and
drives them out of the BOS)'.
It brings nerw activity to the liver
stomach and bowels in a short time
thus causing sallowness indigestion
and const:;. ation to disappear.
It enters the tiny blood vessels of
the skin bringing with it fresh vi-
talized blood and abiding faith in its
wonderful cleansine power has com
t: thousands when uimoles. bolls
carbuncles rash eczema acne and
other skin troubles dr. up and dis-
appear. Good blood means good health:
e xxl health nifans strong a'. en and
women full of vigor and ambition
with minds alert and muscles Oi er
Wiling- Anv TnediHne dealer will
supply yon with Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery in either liqu'.d or
tablet form. Remember it is pure;
tegetable. and free from alcohol or
narcotics and is not a -?eret remHv
for all itse Ingredients ae published
NOTES AND PERSONALS OF
JNo one is really miserable who has
not tried to cheapen life.
. david Starr Jordan.
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.
Cambridge Club Library.
Family Club Mrs. louis Askew.
M. M. a ClubMrs. W. T. Sud-
dart. Birthday Party Kitty Hager.
Shakespeare Clue 'Library.
GOO Club Mrs. R. K. Carlin
Party Mrs. J. E. Wuodworth
D. M. C. eftub Mrs. J. B. Fairfield.
Tuesday Auction Dinner Club Dr.
and Mrs. Fred Cronk.
Social Crochet Club Mrs. J. X.
Oread Cluib Miss Anna Larson.
Kimono Club Will not meet.
Good Time Card Club Mrs. Ceorge
Current Event Club Luncheon-
Mrs. EL J. Doughty.
JLadies' Aid of M. EL church Mrs.
E. O. Barker.
Bridge Party Mrs. Henry Ilraun
and Mrs. lleintz Braun.
Ceoillsn Club University.
Royal Neighbors Class Adoption-
Party Mrs. j. e. Wood-worth
Acorn Club Mrs. W. W. Rucks.
Bide-a-Wee Mrs. J. W. Srcer.
Clover Leaf Club Mrs. E. K. Hop-
kins. Openvky Club Mrs. T. T. Brickner.
D. M. C. Club Mrs. J. B. Fairfield.
Altrurian Club Library.
University Domestic Science Club-
Five Five (Five Girls
Euchre Club Mrs. R. R. Carlin.
Aniicitia Club Mrs. Puokett.
Friday Auction Dinner Club Mr.
and Mrs. Elliott Lyons.
Queen Esther Circle MiSB Una
Mozart Club Miss Ruth Nichols.
Kooney Mooney Shall Mrs. Louis
J U. E. G. Club Myrtle Evans.
Phi Delta Gamma Club Miss Virgil
iLee Hughes Margaret Lawrence
uonevieve Sexauer and Dorothy
r. and Mrs. .). 11. TflUltll of Kan-1
sas City v ere the dinner guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bronson on Sat- i
The Tuesday Auction Dinner
will meet with Dr. and Mrs.
Cronk tomorrow evening.
Cragin home on
Jane Cragin and
pupils of Miss Ada1
assisted bv Miss
violinist gave a
afternoon at tin
Kast Cleveland. A
dnintyj one-course luncheon with a
color scheme of pink and white was
served to Misses Ruth Hildreth.
Alma Houghton Greta Miller Doris
and Eliza Gaffney Louise Burke
and Modell Pike. Lea West Mary lc-
bride Oppiloe Perrill Dorothy Hop-
kins Marion Billingsley Mary Eliza-
beth Virginia and Henrietta Filson
Catherine Corhrell Francis and Mary
Jane Smith Mary nnd Lois Davis
Mary Clare Petty Gladys Petersen
Georgio and Ruth McKay Dorothy
Nichols Ruth Woodward Fredcricka
Dewey of Kdniond Miss Woodward.
Miss Hut' Mrs. Woodward Mrs. Far.
rell Mrs. 'Flein Smith. Mrs. L. A.
Hahn Mrs. Carver and Mrs. James
Prazell of Kansas City.
Saturday Whist Club.
Tho Saturday Whist dub me with
Mr. and Mrs. S. QU Spurrier. A dain-
ty two-courso dinner was served. At
cards high scores were made by Mrs.
Galen Crow and Mr. Ed Walton. Tho
members present were: -Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Woodworth Mr. and Mrs
Galen Crow Mr. and Mrs. ESd Walton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seely and Mr
and Mrs. L. F. Leach.
$250 cash value
$150 cash value
$60 cash value .
$50 cash value
$47.50 cash value
$35 cash value
$25 cash value
$20 cash value
"The i louse of Ouality"
120 W. Oklahoma Ave.
A GREAT BOCK FREE
Pierce's Common Sense Medl
ar newly revised contain-
pages. is sent free on re.
fwo dime or stamps to
pay expense of ma i line only
dress Doctor Pierce Buffalo
Mrs. R. R. Carlin will entertain the
Euchre cJvft Friday afternoon at 1308
Announce Birth of Son.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J Burnett
who live south of the city announco
the birth of a son on Sunday No-
Miss Marguerite Dolde returned this
morning after spending the week-end
Entertained Kooney Mooney Shahs-
Mrs w. f. Bickiord entertained the
Kooney Mooney Shah club on Satur-
day afternoon. At bridge high score
was made by Mrs. Elliott Lyons and
low by Mrs. Fred Cronk. A delicious
one-course luncheon was served to
the members. The club will meet
next Saturday with Mrs. Ixniis Bron-
son. New Club Organized.
Tho J. U. E. G. club is a new dun
and met for the first time on Sat
nrday at the home of Hattie Marl
Reeder. The girls played rook high
score was made by Josephine Wyatt
and low bv Mvrtle Evans. Pink and
white was the color scheme of the Ire
course served to LucRe Stavner
Josephine Wyatt Myrtle Evans Doris
Rexroad Helen Cohagan Mary Mc-
Bride and Katherine Overholzer
Myrtle Evans will be hostess to tin
club next Saturday.
Phi Delta Gammas Meet
The Phi Delta Gamma CMS met
Saturday with Miss Eleanor Post for
an afternoon at auction; the guest
spoon; was presented to Miss Edin
Graham and the club prize to Ignore
Burke A delirious Iwo-course
luncheon was served to the clu
members and to Misses Lulu Town-
send Leona Kieffer Wanda Thomp-
son Edna Graham Kate Ross. Mr?
P. E Roberts Mrs. Oscar a'urd and
Mr3. Gilgis Payne.
The ipupils of Miss Beulah Cavoll
gave a recital at the new studio of tb i
Ross Conservatory at 718 Fas; .
avenue on Saturday afternoon.
Tho Hercules club R. Jf. A. will
have a class adoption Wedms.i i
evening. An Oklahoma City staff will
put on the work for a large Hiss
and there will he number of ris
from different camps in the co n;:
There will be something good to eoi
and preparations are being made lor
a good time.
gift from tb
fled to a das i ' ' (
grand officers .
dUCtreSH and associate
the able manner in
handled this large clasi
the grand matron gav
esting talk to the cha
the grand officers made
Before closing Mrs. Adelli
worthy mstrja rs
degrees were exempli-
ilahoma City attending
uis. Maokey the "stick-
After rec ss
a very inter
ter. Each ol
speer p re-
Miss lona Wallace was hostess to
the last meeting of the Roo?c. clu:
for the winter. Thelma Donnelly
made high score for the zuests and
Jessie Kellogg for the club Georgia
West made low. A delicious two-
ourse luncheon was served to Misses
Mary Douelass. Dorothy Holman
Thelma Donnelly Ruth Rlnehart
Roislee Evans and Gladys Petersen
as special guests. The club mem-
!ers present were: Misses Artim
McElhinney Jessie Kellogz. Georgia
West. Nina Bronson Mary Humphrey.
Friday evening November 12th the
Grand Matron of the Eastern Star
Mrs. Hortense Doye made her official
visit to her home chapter No. US
Other grand officers present were:
Grand Patron D. D. Hoag Secretarv
Mrs. Mary Anderson Electa Mrs.
Lulu M. Botts and Grand Esther Mrs
Bella Jewell. At fi:f!o; a delidous
ehldklen pie dinner waa served in the
'beautiful white and gold banquet hall
Of the Masonic temple. The tables
Were decorated with autumnal foliage
flowers and berries. The souvenirs
were small sine American nuijs
Surprise gift from the Worthy Matron.
Mrs. May J. Mitchell. After the din
ner Chapter was opened in the audi-
torium they were called to order an'
the lights were lowered the curtain
on the stage was slowly raised and a
tari the emblem of the order four
feet in diameter with an American
flag draped beneath it came into
view. The pipe organ played by Miss
iMartnn Mndsen rvealed forth "The
Star Spangled Banner'' and one
verse was sung by the entire chapter.
ATter which the chorus san the "Star
In tho East." The star ami flag were
presented to the grand matron who
then presented them to the chapter a
I sented a handsome leather traveling
' bag a gift of the chapter to Mrs.
i Doye who responded with a speech
in her usual charming and gracious
manner. Two candidates were bal-
loted on and three petitions for mem
bership were received.
W. C. T. U. Social
i At the plesseat home of Mrs.
SaodgrSM Friday Nov C'.t.h. on W.
Nobt the ladies of the Wes-t Side
Union were entertained with a de-
lightful social having the reputation
of a perfect housekeeper the hostess
evidently deserves the honor every
where NtoatnaSS and order presided.
Plans were discuaasd m regard to
making more warm euittf for the
needy before winter. A short pro-
gram was rendered a two course
luncheon was served. Then Mrs
Leonard in lien- usual happyi manner
presented Mrs Iteadh a year's mein-
liershin to the Union contributed by
the members coming as a reat sur-
prise it was humbly and thankfully
received by her pledging herself to
do more and better work the coming
year Mr . Watson of the flower
committee bringing her arms full of
d'ouble h hr ;an tliemu m p-esetiti d
each one present with a souvenir
nlossom. distributing the rest among
the west side ;t k. The quests then
deiparted with kin
JM0SM tfor hi-y h
spirit in giving (hk
terest of the great
William 0 ruber has returned from
Yale with photographs of the !dg
gasser which refuses to be exting-
uished. Mrs. Btdgar Dawning of iong
Beach Calif. is here visiting tier
sister Mrs. .1. H. Jones on West
Mrs. George Morris of fashion is
visiting the the Wampler home. M'20
Br. Lovelady is in Okemnh.
Mrs. J. E. Parker was called to
Leavenworth Kansas Sunday to at-
tend the funeral of her mother Mrs.
Porter. f '
Mrs. W. A. Rayson who has been
visiting friends and relatives here re.
turned to Wr homo in Tulsa this
morning accompanied by her sister
Mrs. L S. Hawkins.
Miss Frederlcka Dewey who spent
tin weelo-end here as the guest of
Mrs. Farrell has returned to her
home in Edmond.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
F0 BACKACHE KiUNtYS AND BLADDER
I twisbes to the
social in CBS in-
TO DARKEN HI
APPLY SAGE TEA
Young! Brang Back Its
tural Color. Gloss and
FOLEY KIDNEY PIIXS
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K PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Protect your neautn hy SrlnWng
pure mineral water; k L. Billings
will deliver it at your door; either
sweet or Hercules. 20 cents the 5
gallon bottle. Phone 29. Prompt
K. Turney of
the city. Mr. Ti
years ago and ha
er the west and
lie ''"exas. is in
-ney left Guthrie 11
i been traveling Or-
son th since selling
Common garden sage brewed into
a heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol
added will turn gray streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and lux-
uriant remove every bit of dandruff.
Mop scalp itching and falling hair.
Just a few tppli it ions w ill prove a
revelation t. your hair is fading grav
n dry. scraggly and thin. Mixing
the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at
home though is troublesome. An
easier way is to get the ready-to-ue
toak coating shout So cents a large
i)otMe at drug stores known as
Weth!'s fae and Sulphur Com-
iwund." thiw avoiding a lot of muss
While wispy gray faded hair is not
sinful we all desire to retain onr
outhful appearance and attractive.
ness tv darkening your nair witn
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur no one
can tell because It does so naturally.
so evenly. Yen just dampen a sp.ne
or soft brush with it and draw this
through your hair taking one ssMsl
strand at a time: by morning all
gray hairs have disappeared and. af-
ter another application or two. yor
hair becomes beautifully dark stos-
sy sort and luxuriant tor sale by
Owl Drug Store.
oil stock. "Guthrie looks as pros-
perous as any other town." he said.
K M Binnington. representing the
JO; Ranch is here todaiy. The H!
show will Stater at the ranch.
C. M. Wilson cattle buyer is here
today from Enid.
Becomes Santa Fe Attor-
ney in Oklahoma.
Former Chief Justice Sain Hayes of
the state supreme court who was re-
cently defeated by Thomas P. Gore
for the democratic nomination for
United States Benator has been ap-
pointed associate general counsel in
Oklahoma for the Santa Fe railway
system succeeding S. T. Bledsoe who
goes to Chicago as associate counsel
for the entire system at a salary of
twenty thousand dollars per annum.
James R. Cottingham continues in
Oklahoma as the other associate
Miss Grace Morgan of f'herokee is
in Guthrie taking the mineral water
DESTROYS THE HAIR
E. B oppage is down fron
today attending district court.
Dan Scott of Hobart. was
ness visitor in Guthrie today.
D. If. Roche of Chickasha. was
visitor in Guthrie on Sunday.
Mrs. A. V McWethy
ill at her home on W-s
A- BC Davis went to C
Pete Biewer. Bertillion expert 1
Oirl if you want plenty of thick
beaurl'ul. glossy silky hair do by all
i ems -et rid (' dandruff for t will
starve your hair and ruin it if you
It doesn't do much Kood to try to
brush or wash it out The onl sure
way to get rid of dandruff is to dis-
solve it. then you deetroy it entire-
ly. To do thte. get about four out) -es
of ordinary liquid arvon; apply it
at night when retiring: use enough to
moisten the scalp and rub it in geut-
1. with the finger tips.
By morning most If not all. of
your dandruff will be gone and three
or four more applications will -
idetely dissolve and entirely destroy
assT single sign and trace of it.
You wm find. too. that all it h-
iag and digsriar of she scalp will
stop and voar hair will be silky
fluffy lustrous soft and look and feel
liquid arvon at any drug store. It
is Inexpensive and four ounces is all
von will need no matter how much
dandruff you have This
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