The Hitchcock Clarion (Hitchcock, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 6, 1920 Page: 2 of 6
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be -Hitchcock Clarion
D. A Drske’A Son, Owner*
R. E. Bain, Editor
Published every Thursday at Hitch-
ok, Oklalioma, and entered as sec-
id-class matter March ?7, 1908, at
id pnstoltlce under Act of Congress
March 3, 1879. _
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Inside the county 91.00 per year
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Al. Flemiug returned the first
t the week from Eagle City
rhere has been for the past
reek or ten days.
P. W. Loewen, of Watonga,
vas here Wednesday and order-
d his paper sent to Lodi, Calif.,
o which place he and his family
ire moving this week.
Clias. Loewen, one of our sue-
•essfuJ farmers of route three,
•.ailed at our office Monday and
eft the necessary wherewith to
jush his subscription peg up a
jouple of notches.
We notice from the Longdale
terns in the Canton paper that
^ongdale has just completed a
arge new brick school building,
dak wood is also erecting a fine
jrick school building.
F. R Drake was at Omega and
Kingfisher the first of the week
W. W. Schaffler, of route one,
was in our office last Friday and
enrolled on our books for the
Clarion a year.
Killed Mad Dog
H. J. Hiebert informs us that
he killed a dog in his pasture
Thursday and from all outward
appearances the dog had hyd ro-
A man struck a match to see
if his gasoline tank on his auto
was empty. It wasn’t.
A man patted a strange bull
dog on the head to see if the
critter was affectionate. It
A man speeded up to see if he
could beat the train to the cross-
ing. Ha coulden’t.
A man cut out his advertising
to see if he could save money.
English Woman Tel’s of Her
Spirit Journey From
SEES GLORIOUS SIGHT
Upward, Without Wing*, She Dew,
Accompanied by Spirit of Dead
Girl—Met by Loved Onea Who
Had Gone Before.
Boston.—She went to heaven with
the spirit of a dead girl. Such Is the
remarkable claim of Edith J. Crons-
Buchanan, an English woman.
Shut doors did not Impede her prog-
resa. Upward, without wings, she flew,
until a broad white flight of steps was
Writing In the International Psychic
Review, Mr*. Cross-Buchanan relates
her Experiences a* follows:
"I found myaelf at a girl’s death-
bed. She opened her dark eyes and
said gently: ‘Open the right hand side
small top drawer of that bureau and
In the right hand aide front corner Is
a lace bandkerebtef; I waat you to
Remained in Air.
“She closed her eyes and luy vpry
■till then opened them again slightly.
The light In them faded, as a glorious
being, exactly like the girl to feature
and height, only very beautiful and
younger, Flipped slowly out of the top
of her head and remained In the air
near the pillow.
“I put one arm around the spirit,
and with the other hand closed the
mortal eyes. Then, clasping both my
arms about the spirit, and saying
‘Come,’ we passed through the shut
door Into the night.
“Upward, In a slanting direction,
we went, till suddenly a brilliant light
enveloped us, and wa paused by a
flight of broad whltn steps. At the
top was a vast room, with pillared
open front. At the head of the steps
there stood a group of people—apart
COMMUNITY M E. CHURCH
R. H. Juchli, Pastor
10 o’clock, Sunday School.
11 o’clock, church service .
Subject: “The Dawn.’’
7:30 o’clock, service
The community is heartily in-
vited to worship at its church.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
toy local application*, a* they cannot reach
the diseased portion ot the ear. There 1*
only one way to core catarrhal deafneaa,
gnj (bat Is by a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal DeaCoee* t* caused by an in-
Oaued condition of the mucous lining of
tns fiuetachian Tube. When this tube U
you have a rambling sound or im-
luBammatlon can be reduced and this tube
ftoriil to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever Many cases of
deafness are caueed by catarrh, which Is
an Inflamed condition of the mucous sur-
Hall’s Catarrh Medicine acts thru
the Motwl on the mucous surfaces of the
'v. wtU civs One Hundred Dollars for
say osas of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Clr-
Tree. All Druggist*. 76c.
r. J. CHSMBY * GQ„ Toledo, a
WOOD DECRIES PATERNALISM
Tells Michigan Audience People Muet
Not Depend on Government
Escanuba, Mich., April .—Leonard
Wood, addressing a large audience
here today, declared "thflt paternalism
In national government Is fatal to
“No man enu ruu the whole show,”
he declared, "und the higher most men
get In the world the more they realize
It. You cun’t run the werld by verbal
amssuge, und the people who depend
on the government for everything
from the price of sugar at the corner
grocery to the regulation of Industries
s«K)n will grow helpleea.
“People must rule in order to learn
how to rule,” he said.
Binder For Sale
A 7 foot McCormick binder in
good shape. Chas Marshall, ltp
pure Feterita for seed or feed,
tf D. A. Drake.
WOOD AT M’KINLEY’S TOMB
Makes Pilgrimage to Lee* Beating
Place of Martyr Prealdent In Can-
Canton, O., April Leooard Wood
made a visit to the tomb of William
McKinley here Friday. He appeared
to be deeply moved during his brief
pause at the lust resting place of the
martyr president. It recalled the Inti-
mate relations which eclated between
the two men wjrita Wood was McKin-
ley’s physician. It was President Mc-
Kinley who recognized the military
genius of Wood and confirmed him in
the ruuk of brigadier general, to which
he was promoted on the Held of battle.
Ford son Tractors
Port Hum Tractor Special Thresher
The Fordson Tractor is designed especially to operate
this thresher, but any make ot tractor will operate it.
Massey Harris Grain Btnwers
No Better on Earth
The Fordson Tractor and Massey Binder can be op-
erated from the seat of the binder by one person.
ALEX McClelland, Dealer
The People’s Store
Our Opening Day
Saturday, May 8,1920
_ _ ____
Through years of experience we understand
how to serve the needs of the public.
GIVE US A TRIAL
Although our stock is not as complete as we intend
to make it, we claim we have the most CQmplete line
of Ginghams and Percales of any store of the same
size in the country. See our line of Silks, Messa-
lines, georgettes, voils, organdies and tissue gingham.
All of our spring Pumps and Oxfords have not ar-
rived, yet we have a few very fine numbers includ-
-ing, White Kid Pumps and Oxfords, Black Kid one-
eyelet tie, and Black military heel Oxfords.
‘Upward We Went.
from the others In the room, who
were of all nations—who came for-
ward to us as we floated up the steps.
, Floated Back to Earth.
“I approached them, saying, ‘Here
ahe is; I brought her to you,’ and I
gave the girl over to them. I knew
they were her mother and father, and
•thflr loved one* who had previously
passed over. Ah! with what love and
gladness they took her into their
midst; but she herself seemed uncon-
scious of It all, though her eyes were
“Then I felt myself falling gently
backwards, and found I was floating
In a reclining pesitlon, through space
In the night, and entered the death-
chamber again, and gazed on the
peaceful face of the dead body.
“I have omitted many detalla, but
this I may add: The spirit had no
wings; neither had I. Her garment
was flowing and gloriously white and
pure. I had on the usual robe I wear
duglfg the day, and anything but glor-
ious, though It became so when we
eatered the light.
‘The colors of the celestial scene
are Indescribable, but anyone who has
fehd a glimpse of another plane titan
ours will realize what they were.”
OVERALLS AND WORK SHIRTS
Blue Buckle Overalls at............$2.75
Powell Brand Overalls at...........2.85
Texan Brahd Overalls at#........... 2 85
Very best blue madras shirts-------- 1.65
Very best tan work shirts at........ 1,25
• Young men, and old men who want to be
young, see our Silk Shirts from $10 to $15
Fine grade Dress Shirts from $2. to $4.
A FEW GROCERY SPECIALS
Crystal White Soap at------ 7 12c bar
Flake White Soap at..........7 l*2c bar
Large size Post Toasties..............20c
Sugar 4 pounds....................$1.00
Remember for every #20.00 purchase
on Saturday only, we will give $1.00
worth of sugar free.
For Every $20.00 worth of trade on Saturday only, we will give
$1.00 Worth of Sugar FREE
OUR MDTTO-“Quick Sales and Small Profits”
W. D. GREEN
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Bain, R. E. The Hitchcock Clarion (Hitchcock, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 6, 1920, newspaper, May 6, 1920; Hitchcock, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1171059/m1/2/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.