The Times--Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 12, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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First National Bank
CAPITAL - $25,000.00
SURPLUS - $25,000.00
J. J. Hermes Ola Goodson W. H. Burks
W. G. Vandiver J. C. Blackaby
M. L. Fife G. E. Dowis
Gr- E. DOWIS, Cashier. |
THE W. C. T. U. COLUMN
The Woman's Christian Temper-
ance Union is an organization of
Christian Women banded together
for the projection of homes, the abo-
lition of the liquor traffic and the
Triumph of Christ’s Golden Rule in
custom and law.
Time of Prayer—Noontide.
Badge—A Knot of White Ribbon
Lines of Werk—Organization, Pre-
vention. Educational, Evangelistic,
Watch words—Agitate, Educate,
OFFICERS OF THE BLACKWELL UNION
President, Mrs. J. P. Sims.
Vice Pres. 11 R- C. Wright.
S»c. “ L- Vance.
Treas. “ W. P. Meade.
Evangelistic Mrs. Bert Freeland
gers that have gone bankrupt and
jailed for the violation of the prohi-
Why do they want to pay a high li-
cense to do business in Oklahoma, if
they are now selling more whiskey
than when we had the open saloons?
You, no doubt, can see through their
There is not one gallon sold now
where there was a barrel during the
Flower Mi-slon “ W. B,
Socials Meeting and
Red Letter Day Mrs. E. A. Brown
Mothers Meeting “ J. L. Vance
White Ribbon Recruits Alva Elam
Scientific Ins. in Public school—
Press Reporter Mrs. L. C.Moore
Regular sessions will be held on 2nd
and 4th Tuesdays of each month.
Liquor and ( rime
That was a strong argument Gover-
nor Haskell delivered a week ago in
his addret^ on Temperance at McAl-
ester. It lias all along been the con-
tention of the advocates of temper-
ance that liquor incites men to com-
mit crime, and, of course the liquor
men have refuted the statement. Now
comes the governor of Oklahoma,
whose position entitles his testimony
to great weight, and testifies as fol-
“I have, since becoming governor,
considered 537 applications for par-
don. The record in my office shows
that 4S2 of these offenses may be
traced to distressed or deranged
minds occasioned by the use of whis-
key.”—Durant Dally News.
The operator commands a perfect view of his work and has complete control
of the gangs without a complication of levers^ Gangs can be widen-
ed and narrowed instantly for various widths of the row. Long
distance, self-oiling, dust proof hubs.
We also have the latest improved single row cultivators in the following makes:
Oliver, Single Dutchman, Busy Bee and New Century.
A full line of two-row disk lister cultivators Swedes, Supremes and Lay-Bys
America Wire Fence is the best of all. Moon buggies have no superior.
Remember us for Tinwork and Plumbing.
And remember we value and appreciate your trade.
Ferguson Bros. & Vickery,
lent Legion and Catholic Knights of
Ohio, the five leading Catholic socie-
ties having over. 500,000 members, do
not admit saloonkeepers, bartenders,
or others engaged in the liquor traf-
We have never heard of Oklahoma
being bankrupt on account of prohi
bition, but we do know that the de-
posits of our banks have increased
many million dollars since prohibi-
tion went into effect. That there are
thousands of happy mothers and chil-
dren, who before prohibition never
knew what happiness was—never
knew what it was to have spending
money at home.
We know too, that since prohibi-
tion there have been many bootleg-
Shrlncrs’ Temple Shut to Liquor
When the Knights of the Mystic
Shrine opened their new temple in
Wilkesbarre, Pa., they announced that
an important decree had been adopt-
ed by the members of Trern Temple.
Here is the decree:
‘‘No intoxicants in any manner,
shape or form shall ever enter, be
sold, handled or given away within
the massive walls of the new temple,
either by members or by any lessees
of the building or parts thereof.”
This is a sample of the way in
which big men and important orders
are dealing with the saloon ques-
tion. It looks like it also hits the
good old Personal Liberty argument
a solar plexus, so far as they can of-
ficially go. The world do move.
The Knights of Columbus, Catholic
Order of Forresters, Catholic Mutual
Benefit Association, Catholic Benevo-
WANTED-A m AGENT
sample Latest Model bicycle fumished l
making money fast. ^ "jrijm
IN EACH TOWN
and district to
____ ride and exhibit a
us. Our agents everywhere are
_ t. Write 7or full Particulars and sfecuxl offer at once. »
NO’MONEY REQUlJiKD until you receive and approve of your bicycle. We ship
The statisticans tell us that under
17 years territorybood there was paid
into the treasury $75,595.07 on ac-
count of the receipts of the insurance [
department, that during the two and j
one half years or statehood there have |
been $420,078.72. What good does it
do us to know that such things are i
true, when at the same time taxe3 are j
more than double whav they were
when under territorial rule? It is a
ease of saving at the bung and wast-
ing at the spigot with a vengeance.
Money and Knowledge.
Money and knowledge are whol
unlike in that the less knowledge cn
nas the easier it is to pick up moi
Explaining Woman’s Progress.
Perhaps one reason the women are
forging ahead of the men is that the
men spend so much time laughing at
the manner in which a woman sharp-
ens a pencil.—Atchison Globe.
to anyone, anywhere m^the^lT a cent deposit in advance, prepay freight, and
1 put it to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to
keep the bicycle snip it back to us at our expense and you will mt be out one cent.
EAP?fl£)V DPfPFQ VVe fumish the highest grade bicycles it is possible to mike
rHUIvnl ® IV l la to at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save fio
to £25 middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer’s guar-
antee behind your bicycle. 1H> NOT HUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone
at any price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory
Prices and remarkable special offers to rld«*r agents.
YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED
low prices we can make you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less money
j than any other factory. We are satisfied with £1.00 profit above factory coat.
, BlOYCljS DKALKKS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at
r double^mir prices. Orders filled the day received.
bUCONI> HAND BICYCLES. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycler br:
1 usually have a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail store s. These we clc^i oui
MBir promptly at prices ranging from t<» ISH or tMO. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free,
fftftPTfrr niBAtfI'O »IngU> wheels, imported roller eliiunit and pedal*, parts, repairs and
CUA5I tr.'uMAlYLdf equipment of all kinds at half the usual retail prices.
|£ HEBGF.THOM PUNCTURE-PROOF
SELF-HEAL!N6 TIRES f0StrZEiliJZfi
The regular retail price of these tires i»
$i.50 per pair, tint to introduce we will
sell yon a suntpie pair tor $4,SO(cashsv it It order $4.5o), -
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Tacks or Glass will not lot the
air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year,
liver two hundred thousand pairs now in use.
OCSCmP'lTli'JM: Made in all sizes. It islively
and easy riding, vety dui ableand lined inside with '
, special quality of rubber, which never becomes
porous and which closes up small punctures withe
•cr t ho a if t
Notice the thick rulihcr tread
“A" and puncture strips “li1’
and “li,” also rim strip •• li"
to prevent rim cutting. Thl;
tiro will outlast unv other
malte—SOFT, ELASTIC and
________ jp small p'
K the aii to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis-
Gcdcustomers statins; that their tires have only been pumped
rponce or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than
rn ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities being given
by several layers of thin specially prepared fabric on the
tread. The regular price of these tires isfS.yo per pair,but for
zdvertising purposes weere maltiim a special factory price to
the rider of only ft lio per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C. O. D. on
approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented.
We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price IS 1.6ft per pair) if yon
send FULL CASH WITH OKDKIt and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk in
trailing us an order as the tires may be returned at UUIt expense if for any reason they are
rot satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as In a
bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster,
wear better, last longer and look liner than uny tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We
I now that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
We want vou to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer.
rwr lurrn TJCTre don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of
f T U tUa WLL.U I liltO Hedgethorn Puncture-l'roof tires on approval and trial at
‘.he special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which
describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices.
nn mmT U/HIT hut write us a postal today. I»D NOT THINK OF IHJYINO a blcvcle
CJU jVC# M WVHII or a pair of tire, from anyone until you know the new and woudcrfxl
©Ults we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. *«rite it NOW.
J, L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, * CHICAGO, ILL
HINTS FOR CHERRY TIME
Cherry Pie—While sour cherries
maaefar anti always the best pie.
the sweet cherries are rut to be des-
pised. They are usually pitted,
though many people like the fiayor
imparted by the stones. This is,
therefore, a matter of option. A
deep tin should be used fo- cherry
pie, the deeper the better. Many
housekeepers complain that their
cherry pies run over in the oven anti
much of the juice is lost. To pre-
vent this .vaste of nectar, a strip of
cotton cloth may be wetrnnl pressed
about the rim after the pie is al-
ready to go into the oven, or a paper
funnel may be Inserted in the open-
ing in the center of the top crust to
allow for the escape of steam, thu*
relieving the crust from pressure
When the under crust is spread on
the plate, sprinkle lightly with flour
or brush over with white of egg. This
last the Germans alwiysdo in mak
ing iruit pies. Hack full of tie
cherries sweeten to taste, dredge
little flour over the top, then put on
the upper crust and seal.
Cherry Dumplings—These made
like apple dumplings and served
with a sauce made of the juice of the
fruit Tare delicious. An old time
method is to make a thick batter
U9ing two cupsful of dour,one cuoful
water and one cupful of stoned cher-
ries. Drop the mixture by table-
spoonfuls into boiling water, and bu’
a few at a time, as the water must
not stop boiling Cover closely and
cook twelve minutes without uncov-
ering. iTake from the water and
serve at once on hot plates. To
make the sauce, cream together a
cunful sof powdered sugar and a
a tablespcenful butter. Add gradu-
ally one beaten egg and a half cup-
ful of cherry-juice, beating constant-
W. C. TetlrKk
J. E. Currsa
Tetirick & Curran
Attorneys at Law
Practice in all the Couris.
Corner over Blackwell Nat’l Bank
(^uick time to points
Leaving Blackwell at 11 a ra a
rive St. Louis next morning at
7:39; at Memphis 8 a. m mak-
ing through conteclion at St.
Louis and Memphis with all
SLEEPER IERTHS SECURED.
By the 10:30 o. m. train West
Fare to Perry............98c
_ Fare to Tulsa...........2 69
| Fare to Oklahoma City 2.70
Take the 5:30 p. m. (rain for
Texas points via Enid aud
Iiock Island, arriving Fort
Worth uext morning at 7:00.
Good route to California.
Phone or call on
JOS. W. HALL, Age»t
DR- ALLEN LOWERY.
1 figsiciao & SnrggOB.
Office over L. & B. Drug Store
Residence,Corner of Bridge and
Second Street, Phone 93.
DR.«. RAISTON WEST DR. ARTHUR REST
Gas and Electricity adminis-
tered when desired. Office
over Barrett’s stare.
F. E. CLARK,
D. P. A.
Woodmen of the World
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Randall, J. W. & McDowell, T. H. W. The Times--Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 12, 1910, newspaper, May 12, 1910; Blackwell, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1138052/m1/3/: accessed March 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.