T11K (lUTllIHK DAILY LRVDKK-, TUKSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1017.
Face as Smooth and
Soft As a Baby's
Made So by Cuticura
Writes Mrs. Goi
"My Sikil) became ro; gb and would
crack open iind simicti'ues bleed. Later
it began to break nut in small red pim
ples winch were in gnat
blotches, and they irn
l tatod 'inc. Tliey itched
:wlk' 1 P. .nl. I tint
'Jr. VSiielp RcraKhiiift tliey
JL L; would burn so I could
uol icm ti an.
"1 tried tvf-rvihli n 1
couid, but rry lace e ew
worse and ro. A
friend told rue about Cciitnia So-p ud
Ointment so 1 sent (or a l'ee s?ir.p;
It did so much good 1 "nc'it more, md
now 1 am enlirely hc:il!, mil my tire
is as ftiioo'.h rnd f ft an a li.itn s."
(Signed) Mrs. J-Is'c i .. iit'li, K. 2,
Gladys, Ya., A;;:i-t 22, lid.
Cuti.-'ira S rip ;md ( li'r.ir.ent ore net
omIv w ml 'if'il l,c:,lers lv t Jrc r.'.iow n-
tfrf'il o'u -.' iticr.;, oi ikm and salp
daily use i'i Ihc ti.iV t, clrai.scs and ri
fio'i, tlicUi'it.n-nt :c thwd Vals ny
little si in '..'oubl-s.
For T:i;d Free by rMurn Mail ad
dress j.i't-rard' "Cvf'iuta. Dept. II,
Boston.'' S'-'ii t'loughoni tl.evvodd.
Tom McMeacham, assistant, federal
attorney, who resinned today, will
(iiit the service a soon as bis succes
sor Jias been named. Judge Me-
Meachain will resunio the practice of
Yeomen Lodge Meet.
The Brotherhood of-American Yeo
men lodge will have a regular nice-
ing at the I 0 0 V ball tonight. All
members are invited to come out and
belli initiate a large class ol new
You can cure
that cold in a
Tie old fcir.U-
,-mrdv in tablet
v l.o taKe.
, m'ues- r. i enplei;:.imt alter efftts.
, . Money IwcH H
I ( ,;w box with, Red 1"
o,.d Mr. HOT .'VK:m '
Miss Viola Palmer
Will receive pupils at
her studio, 715 East
Noble, or at her home,
1911 West Cleveland.
First Class Dressmaking
and Ladies' Tailoring,
By MISS SEVERIN
At 210 . Clcvo. A vp.
Are near and so are the
Good Things to Eat
F. E. KNOWLES, Proprietor.
Turkeys, Ducks and Geese
Fresh Sealshipt Oytrters
Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles
1 1 Fresh Fish
Butter and Eggs
Bacon by the slab, unwrapped:
23s, 25c, 32c per lb.
122 E. Oklahoma Ava. Phone 684.
A NEW YEARS THOUGHT
If the leaf you turned, In fancy,
Seemed all blurred with failures.
Don't wait, for another twelve months
Nor blot' It still more with a tear.
Keep turning, turning and turning
Until you have one clean white page
Then work straight ahead without
For time has no limit nor use.
Five Five Five Dance lone Hotel
P E 0 Mrs I, A Hahn.
Oread Club-Mrs Rthel McQueen.
Luncheon for th,e Five Five rive
club and their guests-Mrs h U Wal
ton. Altar Society Mrs Robert A llal-
Baptist Circle The parsonage.
0 O O Club-Mr and Mrs Lewis T)
Kimono Club Mrs Longstreet
Altrurian Club Library
Amicitia Club 'Mrs John Kaiser.
German Ladies-Mrs John Linde
niann. Clover Leaf Club Dinner Party.
Kooney Mooney Shah Club 1'ndo
cided. Phi Delta Clanuna Club Miss Len
assisting her aunt, and it was follow-
Wbat lyis been known as the Guth
rie Auction Dinner club has been
changed to a cribbage club and the
first meeting at which the new game
was played was held last Saturday
evening at the home of Mr and Mrs
Tom Welch. Dinner was served at
siv thlrtv o'clock. Miss Lydia Neal
assiting her aunt, and it was follow
cil liv the came in which Mrs (' H
Klyver and Mrs S L Spurrier made
Hch scores, and Mrs J M McCon-
nell and Mr Walton made low scores
Mr and Mrs C II Klyver came over
from Oklahoma City for the club
meeting and remained over Sunday
and other guests at the club were
Mr and Mrs .1 E
Pavmal and Miss
A delightfully informal (lancing
party was given in the Hotel lone
Saturday evening by a group of the
vnnntr married set. Out of town
guests were Mr and Mrs Arthur Utir
nett of dishing, Mrs A E Otis of The
Dalles, Ore, and Mrs James Amspad;
er of Apache. After the dance
supper was enjoyed at the home of
Mr and Mrs 0 L Curd.
New Year's Day Dance
Another dance of great informality
was the nintlnee dance given In the
lone Hotel ballroom New Year's af
ternonn. A number of the boys or
ranged the party for some of th
girls who are home from school and
although, it was u small affair it was
altogether dilltlit fill. The Davl:
orchestra played for the dancing.
Mr anil Mrs Fred flyers invited
,'ihotit ihirtv-l'ive friends to their
home In East Noble Avenue to watch
the New Year in. Among the mini
ber present were Mr and Mrs Galen
Crow. Mr and Mrs Longstreet Hull
Mr and Mrs A L Evans and his moth
er from New York. Mr and Mrs Phil
Traband. the Misses Flora Adler
Genevieve Iieland, Virgil Taylor, Lu
rile Frank of Ilartlesvillo, Muriel
Van lloozer. Beatrice Lewis, Wanda
Thompson, Dessa Matchett, Helen
MeKlhinney, Kosalie Evans, Marion
Hirschl, Paul Van Hoozer, Julvn
Gatchell. Fred Hirzel, Harry and
Harvey Matchett, P.yron Iiatchelor.
John Coyle, Edwin Olsmith and Geo
Miss Watkins Hostess
The Phi Delta Gamma club was
very pleasantly entertained by Miss
Alma Watkins last Saturday after
noon when Miss Ltielle Frank of Ilart
lesville was a guest with the mem
bers of the club.' MIsb May Hirchi
was also a guest, coming In for lunch
eon at four thirty o'clock. Auction
was played during the afternoon &nG
the favors were won by Miss Muriel
Van Hoozer for high score and Mrs
Arthur J Dibbens for low. A delic
ious two course luncheon waB serv
ed after the game. The meeting will
be with Miss Lenore Burke this week.
Gave Holiday Party
Miss Pearl Tribble entertained her
..- Phont .
NY M'll tlu
(Vllni's They ;irc liiit'ii.
t'oi'L'.Vts. Why r,y more foi
leu von cau u'ct Harkcr L
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING CHEAPER
THAN ANY HOUSE IN OKLAHOMA
Criends Thursday evening at tnen
home nine miles northeast or Guinne
with a holiday party. The evening
was passed witn games ami immu,
both piano and violin. Miss Lucile
Stearns and Pearl Tribble gave a pi-
mo duet, iteiersnmenis were seiv-
ed at a late hour by the hostess as
sisted by Annabelle Foster and Cecil
Bostwick. Those present were Misses
A Foster, L Stearns, T Morris. V
Clarey, E Balsinger, C Suit, hlva
Rouse. F Kelley. C Fitzpatrick, V
Powell, S'dneyand Fred nooner.
Spiings, J Balsinger, V llowianu.
Congable, H Clarey, A Clarey, (
Wright, J Fitzppalrick, Hirshell Trib-
Informal Watch Party
Miss Lola Best entertained at. her
home with an informal watch par-1
ty. Refreshments were served at
12 o'clock to the following guests:
Misses Zela Seaton. Zelma Clou'1 !
Hazel Pennock, Lois Laeey, Myr j
McClellan. Nona Farquharson, Esther,
Roe, Evelyn Moore, Ethel Woolf and ,
Mrs Lewis Connor: Messrs Deacon ,
Pennock, Earl and Roy Pennock, Mac
and Roy Peeler. Glen Farntiharson,
Guv Rnsberry, George Kenworthy,
Clovis Randalls, Clinton Fees, Gilbert
Dodds, Charles and John Best.
Mrs Longstreet Hull will be host
ess to the Kimono club Thursday af
ternoon. Announce Birth of Son
Mr and Mrs Erhardt Oswald (Hen
rietta Dolph,) of Joliet, HI., announce
the birth of a son, whom they have
named Harry, after Prof Harry 11
Ryan of this city.
Officers to Entertain
The members of the Baptist Circle
invited to be the guests of the
officers of Ihe Circle Wednesday af-
,e, noon at two thirty o clock at ..the
Invite the Women
The Chamber of Commerce invited
the members of the City federation
to c-operate with them in the Ozark
Trail meet tonight and, the City Fed
eration In turn invftes all the women
of the city to attend the meet. Wheth
er you are a member of the Federa
tion or not, you 111 e urged to be pres
ent, to take an interest and help se
cure the trail for Guthrie. When
women take hold of a movement
tlvre is never a dull moment, so plan
to be there tonight, if you are loal
to your city.
Mr and Mrs W 1 Mathis had as
their dinner guests on New Year's
day. Mr and Mrs P F Schwimley 0'
Iowa City, Iowa; Mrs Mary Church;
Mr and Mrs Chas Clark and Helen
Clark of Oklahoma City. Mr and
Mrs Clark returned home last night
r.fter spending the holidays here.
Entertained with Dinner
Mr and Mrs A E Beyer and Ray
mond Beyer, entertained at New
Year's dinner Mr and Mrs J M Fife.
Mr and Mrs John Adams, Mr and
Mrs Howard Fife. Miss Dorothy Hol
nnn and little Miss" 'Elizabeth Ad
ams. Miss Vera Oarrnugh of Vinita. Mis?
Jewel Nan Hammond of Kanown and
Miss Vem Parough of Hugo are, the
house guests of Miss Banks and Lea
Hughes. All are students of Howard
Payne College and will leave for Fay
ette, Mo., tomorrow night.
Here for the Dance
Miss Esther Smith of Topeka, Kan
nnd Edgar Van Cleef of Oklahoma
C'tv are here tor the Five Five Five
club dance tonight and are the guests
of their cousin, Miss .Tennel te Phil -lips.
Miss Gladys Fasken has re
turned from Sand Springs where she
spent the holidays with her parents.
Mr'Tiusselh Riggens Is expected up
from Oklahoma City for the dance.
Mrs George Tipton gave a birthday
party, Saturday Dec "0th for ber son.
George, Jr., who was six years old on
that date. Six
made up the p;
girls and six boys
irty and spent the af-
games. Miss Mamie
Oliver assisted Mrs Tipton in en
tertaining the children and in serv
ing the refreshment course. The
guests were Helen Brickner. llatr'ett
Jenkins, Viola Kneliel, Helen Knebel.
Mildred Kroeger. Betty Mahoney.
Glenn Oliver, Victor J Holnian, A
and Sidnev Hetnstrnpt from Oklaho
ma City, John lindon and George
Tipton. A J and Sidney, George's
coniins returned home to Oklahoma
City last evening.
Fnmily Reun on I
Mr and Mrs George SI Clair of
Downs, Kansas, Air and Airs Clint
Huff and daughter Mary, Mr and Mis
Robeit Kiikbrlde and daughter
iorie Lee of Alva, are guests of Mrs
Mary Gregory. Mesdames St f'ln'r.
Huff. Kirkhride and Gregory are sis
ters and all are aunts of II A Mon- j
lairue. It is a family rpiiiiiTin, in aj
measure and all are ' enjoying It
(neatly. The visitors -will also be
the guests during their stay at the
Montague home. j
The ladies of the OCT postponed
their meeting until Tuesday of . next
week when Mrs C M Sanders of 211!
East Washington Ave, will be hostess.
I Hercules Camp
I ncr(.uipS cnm,, 7,-7 win nieot In
....,,... ,,,.. , M,,un,.if, TT.,i.
Wednesday evening, Jan
mPmnerB are urgP(, t0 rM(!nt to
( ,,iy tllHr nssPSRment.
Luncheon and Christmas Tree
Saturday afternoon the annual
Christmas parly which is Ihe due!'
event of the year for the Six Hund
red (Tub was held at the home of
Mrs II E Derwin. A two course Tur
k y dinner was served at one o'clock
and the tables were attractively dec
orated with flowers and candles. The
tree lighted with (hrlstmas candles
was laden with gifts and they were
1 distributed in the afternoon. Offic
ers were elected for the new year as
follows: Miss Foley, president; Mr
Prepare This for a Bad i
Cough It's Fine
Cheaply anil Kanlly Mnilr, but
Dot the Work (Inlt'kly. f
The finest cough syrup that money
can buy, costing only about one-fifth as
much as ready-made preparations, can
easily be made up at home. Tho wav it
takes hold and conquers distressing
coughs, throat and chest col.ls will
really make you enthusiastic about it.
Any druggist can supply ynu with
214 ounces of Finex ."U cents worth I.
Pour this into a, piut bottle and fill the 1
bottle with plain granulated sugar
syrup. Shake thoroughly and it is
ready for use. The total cost is about
M cents and gives you a full pint r
family supply f a most effectual,,
pleasant tasting remedy. It keeps Pr-1
"it's truly astonishing how quickly it
acts, penetrating through every air
passage of the throat and lungs loosens
and raises the phlegm, soothes and heala
the inflamed or swollen throat mem
branes, and gradually but surely the
annoying throat tickle and. dreaded
cough will disappear entirely. Nothing turned home from Oklahoma CIO
better for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, . . . fc ,1. ,iih
whooping cough or bronchial asthma. where , they spent the holidays with
I'incx is a special and highly concen- their sister, Mrs E C Lett and broth
tratcd compound of genuine Norway ,, , Thoran jlo)-e
pine extract, combined with guaiacol els' m,ry anu lnoran nu"B-
and ia known the world over for its ,
prompt healing effect on the throat! stomach Troubles.
Tvoidndiaappointment bv asking vour' " you have trouble with your
druggist for !,2Vi ounces of Pincx" with stomach you should try Chamberlain s
lull directions ana oou t accept any-
thing else. A guarantee of absolute sat-.
ibiiicmm or money pri.uin.y rci uiiui-u
ffty.l9PTr'1UUn 1M ilDCX
A A West, secretary and Mrs A C
Doltle. vice president, Georgia West
ami Genevieve Scxauer assisted Mrs
Dcrwin and the club members pres
ent were Mesilaines M 1. West, A E
Iteyer. O G Cbesnut, ,1 .1 Haymaker.
Ralph I Iron, Guy Findly ami her
mother Mrs Kimllg of Plains. Kan .
Mrs A A West and her mother. Mrs
lloyinglon of Sac, City. Iowa. '.I !'
Fairfield. J M Kile, 1! 1 PoRden, A ('
Dolde, ' ,1 Heilmau.1 .1 P V, intori
Helen Smith,, and Miss Anna Foley .
New Year Party
Cragin Smith had a danuiun parly
Monday night at th" home ol his par
ents, Mr and Mrs .1 Flcin Smith in
Fast Warner avenue. The house was
decorated in holiday colors iiru! the
tuesls nlaved games and danced.
Mrs t.exey Hill. Mrs W T Field, and
Sunnier Cragin assisted in entertain
ing. Among those present were lio
mayne and Katherine Field, Leu
West, Madeline Calkins, Katherine
Cockrell. l.exey Jane Cragin, George
mid Until McKay, Martlvi Field, War
ren Van lloozer, John Fogarty. Cur
tis Dolph, Vernon Cook. Fred llolman.
Charles Lutz. William Ilueks, .lames
Burke. Leon Walton.
Miss Ticrnice English, Flora Duel!
and Paul I'.uell of Edmund will be
here lor the Five Five Five club
The officers and nteniliers of the
the Brotherhood American Yeomen
lodge were invited to Mulball Friday
night to give them the work and in
itiate a number of new members to
their Homestead. All returned home
at feeling they Had been well
paid for their trip.
Mrs. Martha Neal. Mary aid Arthur
Neal and John W Cheek spent New
Years in Oklahoma City Hie gnests of
Judge and Mrs John II Burl'ord.
For any ilchiing skin trouble,
eczema, salt rheum, hives, itch
bead, herpes, scabies. I loan's
ment is highly recommended,
box at all stores.
A X K K SB 3i .i. a Si K K X S
K IMlltSOWI. AM) LOCAL
Mrs W A Frasier spent the holi
days in Kansas City, Mo., and Ok
Misses Louise and Edith Hill left
yasteiday for Drumright after a holi
day visit at Iwmie.
Miss Nellie TriliDle trom .aviua.
visited her cousin Pearl Tribble from
Tuesday until Thursday.
Miss Eva Seigfricd has returned K
McAlester after spending a week with
mother, Mrs J M Seigfricd.
O A Holiday who was visiting Dr
McCortnick and family last week has
returned to his home in Woodward.
I Louis Weiss, attorney from Kansas
City spent the holiday week with
his parents, Mr and Mrs Philip Weiss.
Miss Florence Graham and Miss
y"WnM who spent the holidays
h(,e ,,,, , Ma,.low ,ast evening
Miss Junia Williams came home
from Chicago Saturday evening to
visit with her parents until Thurs
day. Mrs S W Stoiidenniior and children
of Oklahoma City, look New Year's
dinner with her mother. Mrs Mary
Mr and Mrs Maurice O'Rotirke ami
two sons returned home Saturday
evening from their holiday visit in
Leland Beamer was here from
Cush'ng visiting Mr and Mrs Will
Patterson last week end nnd New
Court Clerk Walter Humphrey,
Mrs Humphrey and daughter .Mary
are spending a few days with Mr
Humphrey's parents at Pratt, Kan
sas. 1 Mrs George McGregor and her
' mother, Mrs. M C Daub have returned
from Oklahoma City where they
enjovC(1 a n(,nday visit with Mrs M (.'
"-"-i ' "
Mr and Mrs E L. Hayes spen
rT.-lstmas and the week following in
Arkansas City, Kan., with their
dauEhter, Mrs Thomas A Davis and
,,, , . . , ,
, Wagley and Irby Hope
Taniots. o many nave ueen resior-
Ad to health by the use of these tab-
letg -n(j their COSt Is BO l.ttle,
tents, that It. Is worth wl
while to give
1 them a trial.
' ft & t'5
fi M!. m ki
Die X'tul You Have .!:y
in use for over cvei.- 30 ;
. . nit
All Counterfeits, Imitations ch-1 " Just-u-geo I " if. bi;
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tlr hubh rf
Infants and Children Experience nrairtf.t Hxiwrii ;??'..
Castoria is a harmless substitute fur Crs':'t Oil, i arsgurk,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is plcMr'. ft cv.Mm
neither Opium, Morphine nor other nave, j -;a'; :i. r.- It'.;
age is its guarantee. For more thai ihiit ycr.rs it ?.
been in constant use for the relief of Const ipi'.iim, FUtr.tk-ncy,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allay ian. Fcvcri:-'tn'-'s arfeiiig
therefrom, and by regulating the StoatU aci Ji.wdr., tiiis
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and lutuxiii tiktp.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother'3 Friend..
GENUINE CASTOR I & M
Bears the Eignnterc cr
In Use For Over U Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THl CfNTAlin COMPANY, ft F VI VP.RK rrtTV,
k . or imw. umM m
The price of monkeys has Jumpped
from $s to
Thirty per cent of the women of
New York City smoke or drink in
toxicants. There Is one thing about the high
cost of living-anybody who prefers
it can have it at any time.
You can avail yourself of the M."0
Leader Christmas rate until ncuiibb-
dav noon. Alter that the price is
Take Rexall Rheumatic Remedy for
all forms of Rheumatic; money back
if it (alls. Gray's Drug Store, the
Isn't it remarkable bow Villa man
ages to extend bis business without
capital? He should be a member of
he New York boar;' of trade.
E W Johnson. Stillwater, renewing
his Leader subscription says: ' Here
with check for renewal. We feel like
we cannot get along without It."
Maybe you also have seen the tort
,f men who lead double liver, poor
nd stingy with Ibelr home folks and
rich and liberal with hotel servants.
"Jackson Day" will be observed by
lemoerats at Oklahoma City. A
'bousand Invitations have been Issued
for a bamiuet on Ihe night of Jan f
Ten persons were Injured in a free
for all fight at Hickory, coal mine
camp near Tulsa. New Years night.
dance that was in progress was
What is the matter with the churcH
bells of Guthrie, likewise the school
bells and the city whistles? Tly new
year came in wilhout a blast from
1 whistle or a sound from a bell.
There were (Mi collisions in the slate
during line and .",21 derailments of
all classes. L;fe loss amounted to fl
nul personal injuries '2."!H. Two pas
engers on railroad trains were kified.
One fanner, living near Crescent
City bought eighteen pairs of shoes
from a Guthrie shoe house Saturday.
The shoes cost him $7. He bought
them for his children and his grand
Farmers of Custer county put on
1 blfi coyote and wolf hunt yesterday,
"ho: drive netted .10 big rascals. It
!s fstimated that the wolves have de
stroyed $2:i,e.no worth of turkeys and
chickens during 1916.
Morn than one million animals
were slaughtered by Oklahoma pack
ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR
TalfA can of uour comcerfon
and your complexion till tuh care of Jiou.
CHOOSE PURJ AIDS. CHOOSE
OAINTY, TOILET CREAM THAT
JAMES C. CRANE,
?flt - "A f'f
hv is , xh M ife
ing houses during 1 T,u' Kn'at
est gain was made in liv demand
for Oklahoma sheep, which shows an
increase of tin per cent over run.
A L Cockrum, Ontario, Oregon:
Cannot do without The Leader;
herewith chock." The Ontario First
National bank of which Cockrum 13
president, carries $irifi,'i32.3 depos
its and cash reserve of $",71)1.70.
Are Your Sewers Clogged?
The bowels are the sewerage sys
tem of the body. You can well im
agine the result, when they are stop
ped up as is the case in constipation.
As a purgative you will find Cham
berlain's Tablets excellent. They
are mild and gentle in their action.
They also improve the digestion.
'a y. . k : a s :s X k x k '
W TOPICS OF THE ' 1
5$ TOWN AND STATE
Lease School Land.
E E McGlnley and A A Ewing
worn given oil leases by the school,
iand commissioners Saturday 011 nine
tracts of school land In Logan county.
Eooster Meeting Postponed.
The meeting of the Young Men's
Booster (dub, scheduled for tonight,
Ins been postponed until next week
on account of the Ozark Trail meet
ing lo be held tonight.
She Fights for Indians.
I ri.ORF.Nce. ETHE.R.IDOE
Miss Florence Etheridge, of the In
dian Bureau, is Uncle Sani's guardian
of the property of Indian heirs, and
her keenness has discouraged many
unscrupulous persons who t prey on
Indian. Credulity. .Her specialty Is to;;
see that Indian heirs get Justice. She
Is an expert on wills, a member of':
the bar of the District of Colu mhla't
and of the United "States Supreme , t
Covers every rural route The
CREME ELCAYA THE PURE,
HAS STOOD THE TEST FOR YEARS,
skin like velvet"
100 ron lAfttK MPtB
104 FULTON STRBCT, NBW YORK
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