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THE LKAPKR. GUTHRIE. OKIX. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1920.
family of a tine girl,
babe are doing nicely.
SPHERE is a big dif-
JL ference between Calumet
and all other Baking Powders.
First you see it in the cost.
Calumet is sold at a moderate price.
Thai you observe it in use.
Calumet has more than the usual
leavening strength, therefore less
Next you notice it in rais
ing quality in the evenness
lightness and texture of your bak
ings. They look better finer
Mayor Jack Harunan ivis received
. . . . , ... . i I. tr
i a letter irom les .vioint.
Shim to aid lr locating Rev. "Black
Hawk" George Rothman. an Indian
missionary, who Is warvted by Rev.
Rml Pox." If thorp la such & ix.'r-
i noil in thin part of the country lie
.should et in touch with Dr. Fred J.
Hvr:s, 411 Forrest avtsnue, ww.
1 A. ' - -
" "'r i iMnmt v,a li
"SESf BY TEST
District court is in session trying
civil cults. 4 , .
Dy putting b,ls best foot forward a
man caoi keep It out of his mouth,
To g-tt physic communleAVons."
explains an expert, "empty the mind."
Many telephone conversations are
prolonged on the same principle.
Trotzky'g army may have put Gen
eral Wrangel out of the running hut
i( can't subdue General Hunger.
Harvey MatcheU wys the women
of his noinb.lorhKHl would tto crazy
eriiemein If thev heard of a
baby being; lKrn with ejtrpuffs.
Finally what a difference in
the taste. There is a deliciousness,
a goodness that can be had in no other
manner. Biscuits, pies, cakes, muffins,
doughnuts nover were so tasty so
And then there is the satis
faction of knowing that Calumet
i: ln.iue m u:e or:us largest, Dest
cquirrt d and cleanest Baking Powder
id enn of C;.lttrt;f;t contains full
2 IZ: ni2111 naiv-inq powders rorne in
12 cz. cans n stead of Jo oz. cans.
sure you get a pound wlien vrm want it .
It is ny to overthrow a monarch,
l.ut it takes a -Ioiir time for a tooile
to develop a canity for govern In?
Jiuiw Landis' ?4-,.""(( iosiUon in
l aseball does not, of course, make
lifm a target fur Tou bottle.-". He
ii.xurns none of t:u umpire's iircro;a-tive.s.
What lias Imiouio of the old-faah-idii-'il
follow who w.is afraid he would
it;ke cold if ho h.id his hair cut dnr
I Iiik the winter months?
j J ah can ho i:.y d on two hont x
i tli, 'trombone and the crazy-bone.
4 cups of sifted pas
try flour, 4 level
Raking Powder, 1
level teaspoon of
salt, 2 rounding
tablespoons cf but
ter or lard, 1; cup
c-f milk, -'i cup of
water. Then mix in
the regular way.
l"nle Sam is not represented at
the meeting of the League of Nations.
Vsiti know what !i.i;ifns to the ab
sent mejnber when the swing circle
Inasmuch as we must have winter
of h- me kind the Ideal 'kind !vuld
bo welcomed will satisfaction.
Request is to be
lecture by Rev. .1,
made for another
A. Callun on the
OF LOCAL MOMENT
Kilwanl Rogers has sold
'li in. Ail ho can do so are
former urycl Jo intend.
j County Sunday school convention!
I -will meet her December 22. at the. J
rresbytonan cnurcn. All cnoois in
crvh es will bein at ...,,.. ni , renresented.
' Judjie John 1. chaii; -li
I"' M. jnd . of I.o..i'i .tiui:v :,..tit -i f..M-
block 3u to Dora M. rirunn.-r fo,- Ji.- i(il..s Ul ,;,;;,.;,. vest'enlav on n i
J ,, w:'-v !" J't Worth. Texas, where he j,r a; the court house today to his
1,11 h'ai, 'usiness. Judae "hap- friends. The reason for the fwnenos-
Alhert Kiesisirt has sold his farm m-lle is now bx-atti in Kansas 'i-y' i;y a. this time is the addition to his
in 3-13-L'vv to Arthur Taylor for and is doinjr Well in ti practice of
P'-'O. . Jaw. ., ,
h .Jt A . it
J Mrs. L. K. Carrel 1 has beea named
assistant in domestic science at Chi
is passing out the ci- ,,.,. ......v )
une oozen eggs -will buy a bulu-l In ion Thanksivln
in corn; wjiK-h article is too liigti or le hebl next Thursday in which the
too low? sexeral churches of the city will
' X unite. Tlie ser.ices will be hel
K. J. Quinn of Geary and William the First lkiptist -hurch and
New prices prevail on all
Arthur Meek, son of Mr. am) Mrs.
M M. Metk. is visiting his parents
wiiile 011 his furlough from I'atiip
. M i M w a
now; tneyre going last;:
A A nA A 1 i-v n XT s fOP Li
(1 jn mviucu uttu t xiu, rJrClation. Itching.,
,n charges, no layaways, alter- TUUR LY to Burning of the Eye
1 a- & . J 1 I Eyelids; "2 Dnopt" After the Movies. Motor
I'iiioll Thankslvlii" services ill : T.orlice' Cniie finite' Vtr sYYi liniM C A Waciesucoc. okiOSIOO.
, 1 J "VjBelresh no and HeaHna
Lolioo Murine for Red
ness, Soreness, Granu
lation, Itching and
motile or Oklahoma City, were v.sit- sermon will be preached by Rev. Mr. atlOHS extra, nO aPPl"0VaiS. , f r Golf win win your confidence. Ask your Dm
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200 Fall and Winter Suits
Styles for Men and Young Men
Stouts, Regulars,' Stubs
80 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits.
140 Suits of Other Makes.
$15.00 Suits, now , $22.50
.S.'O.OO Suits, now $25.00
55.00 Suits, now $27.50
SoO.OO Suits, now $30.00
870.00 Suits, now $35.00
$75.00 Suits, now .$37.50
885.00 Suits, now . : $42.50
Come Early Get a new Winter Suit for Thanks
giving Save the price of the whole dinner.
ffflffi oOYears. '
fit " .
You want to get in on this, it's a big
thing; our entire stock of men's shoes;
tans, cordovans, gunmetals and kan
garoos; all fancy and conservative
styles; all reduced.
A. E. NETTLETON
CROSSETTE' and ' ,
Boys Shoes Reduced
'The Siovo for the Bo and Hts DaddyL
GUTHRIE'S OLDEST CLOTHIER
'-frfy GUTHRIE'S OLDEST CLOTHIER ,,nlH"N
The derrick Is up on the Trammel Ha.rry W. Tentex-ost was up from ' Two dozen of cgE will buy a bush
farm near Marshall; location is m Oklalloma City Thursday, aUendin,,? of wheat. Are the chickens vrofiteer-
la the Newman test on the north
west of SMM drilling is progress
from a three months' sojourn on the j
Leader russified Ads Cet Results.
Tie Supper at
Ued Star Schoil.
Copjriuhl 1919, Hart Schauuer&Mjrk
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X THE FORUM 'm
K Comnunlca.ion To The Editor 'JZ
Fears Jail Fumes.
Editor Leader. Instead of pain'.ag
something, it seems to me GutUri
is losing;" somethicis. underrstand
no more sessions of federal court pre
to be held here and that all federal
prisoners are to be kept in Oklahoma
' City, because the county board did
j not Bipend $3.00i to fix the federal
I jail; instead. $13,000 is beinj spent
for a jail in the court bouse base
Iment. The fumes of this Jail will
j spread through the buSldingr and the
' new jail will have to be condemned.
. Why not tix the federal jail. H. A.
Auction - Sale
Pie Supper First Presbyterij.i
church, Friday, night. Everybody
Lutz Store for Men:
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST On corner Tenth and Logan
boys black and yellow sw-eater. Ro
turu to IMS W. Ixgan. Reward.
Started off-this morning
with a vim
Tomorrow some fine Bed
Room and Living Room
Furniture will be sold.
Geo. Gaffney, Auctioneer. Guthrie Savirs Bank, Clerk.