The Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 113, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 19, 1920 Page: 3 of 12
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'• the YALE DEMOCRAT
Wednesday, May 19. 1920
The Fuels of the Future
Gasoline will continue to go up
in price. A few years from now
we shall have to use something
else as fuel for our automobiles.
The question is, what?
The government bureau of mine
thinks that we shall get the re-
quisite substitute from coal. In
every city where there will be “by
product coke ovens” which will
extract from the coal a light oil
available for the purpose. The
coke c»n then be used in our fur-
naces and for other ordinary pur-
One ton of soft coal in the pro-
cess of coking yields about three
gallons of oil first rate for motor
fuel. At present prices the heat
in the oil has twenty times the
commercial value of the same
amount of heat in the form of
Germany during part of the
war was practically shut off from
every supply of mineral oil. She
depended for her motor fuel en-
tirely on coal, putting the latter
through by-product coking plants.
Before long we shall be obliged"to
do the same thing in the United
Part of the light oil in coal is
toluol, which in time of war is
needed the manufacture of
TNT. Modern warfare requires
enormous quantities of the sub-
stance for making high-explosives
shells. During the first part of
the war the allies came near de-|
feat for lack of it.
Another by-product from the1
coking of one ton of soft coal is I
5,000 cubic feet of gas, available
for cooking and other household
uses. The coke itself makes an
admirable smokeless fuel for fur-1
naces, if people could only be per
suaded to use it.—K. C. Star.
We Never Quit—
Day or night you may come to our place
of business and receive the same wel-
come, courteous treatment and excep-
Winter or Summer
We have been on the job, endeavoring
at all times to give you the best serv-
ice at the best price. No expense has
been spared in the quality of service or
for the accomodation of our patrons.
M. & M. CAFE
HELP WANTED—If you are the best in town, we
can use you,
Chamber of Commerce
Friday, May 21.
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1HI MARK ON QUAilTT UIMMR
Increase Your Poultry Profits
Weatherproof; well ventilated poultry houses keep chickens
healthy. A healthy chicken lays more eggs. So the surest
way to inccease your income from chickens and eggs is to see
that the chickens are properly sheltered.
Wood is the best material to use for it’s warm in winter/cool in
summer and does not hold moisture long. And it’s easy to
work. In addition to our regular stock of lumber we have
same of the well-known Long-Bell trade-marked lumber in var-
Let us tell you how to build the right kind of a poultry house
at moderate cost. Decide to increase your poultry profits.
The Tone-Reix lumber Companu
A Politician of Remarkable Ability
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O. R. Lilley announces as a can-
didate for Sheriff of Payne coun-
ty, shbject to the artion of the
Republica nparty in the primary]
to be held Ahgust 3, 1920.
W. P. Lyon announces himself I
as a candidate for the office of
Sheriff of Payne County subjeet to
the Republican vote at the Pri-|
mary, August 3, 1920.
Chas. W. Arnold announces as I
a candidate for Sheriff of Payne
County, subject to the action of
the Republican primaries August
Mark Hanna was, betimes, a man of real humor as well as
a statesman of unequaled acumen. />
He once told a young man who had asked him for advice as
to how to succeed: “Get a good job—work like the dickens—
save every cent.”
Though spoken in jest, this advice was full meat. Of
course one can’t save every cent, but almost everybody can and
should save something.
If you have no bank account start one here today. We will
help you all we can to make it grow.
J. Frank Fouche, expert dram-
atist and reader will give a recit-
al Tuesday evening, Ma 24, at the
Baptist church, under the auspic-
es of the Baptist ladies. Admis- [
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
W A. NGRThuDAVE, PPLS. WILL LAUDER DAL E.CASM
If you are looking for th* best I
prnting call the Yale Democrat—|
That’s the only kind we do.
FOR SALE—Ford Touring car, I
1919 Model, good as new. Apply
at Democrat office. 110-tf I
That’s our business—paying for
the damage from the ample funds
of a good solid insurance rompany.
Better buy a little of this protec-
tion before the wind blows yau
away. A few dollars invested in
Don’t delay—see us now while
you have something to insure.
Cleveland and Flint
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_Said the City Builder
C. W. Bowman, Manager
**I am proud of my town,” said the City
Builder, “and 1 want to see it grow.”
«I don’t Ttnock’ its public utility companies;
I want to see them prosper, because the town
can’t grow unless they can grow, too.
“I try to be as reasonable when dealing
with a public service company as I would
be with any other business institution in
town, and I don’t expect their operation to
be 100% perfect all the time, because I have
never yet found any human or any machinery,
in any line of business, that was absolutely
“And when I have a complaint to make,
for instance, about the telephone service—I
do my complaining to the telephone com*
“At Your Service”
YALE TELEPHONE CO.
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The Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 113, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 19, 1920, newspaper, May 19, 1920; Yale, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1139588/m1/3/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.