The Hitchcock Clarion (Hitchcock, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 6, 1920 Page: 6 of 6
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* WILLIAM. DUNCAN
II la only natural that Wllllua Dob-
con should be the hero of hundreds of
thrilling escapes and atrenoooo rescue*
la Vltagraph’s famous serial*. His
physique and early training particular
1y Sited him for Just such a cursor
He completed hls^ducatlon at tho Usl-
vors'.ty of Pennsylvania, where ho took
a prominent part In college field game*
and athletics. He became athletic In-
structor and toured the country at
the head of Ills own dramatic company
before becoming a serial star and di-
Jot* I*vim Mt Hint he Jint Imd to hr
a villain i<* Ityp np tlio natural lit
ness of rlilncs ll<- wits born at thi
foot of It. vll’s To" . r, In (’rook conn
ty, \Vyo„ ami In* J".-i nnliirnlly had In
piny lie was n bail mini. That lie sue
reeded Is evidenced by the hisses hi
receives lit nearly every city and town
In this broad land llut away from
Vltagraph's tlhilliug serials, lie Is one
of the most quiet ami likable men In
tho motion picture world. And to
prove It he Is being eo starred with
Jean Paige In a serial.
The Wool Sale
At tho meeting of thp wool
it rowers last waek it was agreed
to send the wool collectively to
the Enid snle May 27, 28 and 29,
if on inquiry the arrangements
:it, Iv.iid will ho satisfactory to
the Blaine County Wool Growers'
There were ordered a numbei
ol wool sacks at 90c each plus
express from Kansas (lily. Tin
twine is i ply bt IlOc per |)ound
phis i xpress. rri)e surplus sup
ply is limited and persons want
ing sacks or tv me should notify
the secretary, J. M. Rapp. The
next meeting will be held Satur
day, May lb, at 2 I*. M , in the
County Agent’s office, At this
meeting will he present, Dr.
Woodward of tin* State Market
Commission who is one of the
best informed men in Oklahoma
on wool marketing and markets,
and our wool growers may get
full information from hhn at this
meeting. Arrangements for
shipping wool will be completed
at this meeting.
The Pathe Phonograph
We now have the agency for the Pathe Phonographs
and records. Come in and order your phonograph
and buy your records from us.
H. J. FLEMING,
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
Swift & Company
Does Not Control Its
vr * ,
Other industries can buy their raw
materials according to need or judgment,
and set a selling price. They need
manufacture only what they can sell at
Cotton, wool, wheat, lumber, iron,
steel, and other non-perishables, can be
held either by their producers or their
users until needed. #
But live stock comes to market every
day in fluctuating quantities from scat-
tered sources, wholly uncontrolled and
at times without regard to market needs.
An immediate outlet must be found
for the perishable products, at whatever
price, as only .a very small proportion
can be stored.
No one can foresee or stipulate what
they shall bring; prices must fluctuate
from day to day to insure keeping the
Only the most exacting care of every
detail of distribution enables
Swift & Company to make the small
profit from all sources of a fraction of a
cent per pound, necessary for it to con-
tinue to obtain capital and maintain
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
ROUTE ONE ITEMS
Liberty school closed Friday.
A short program was rendered
and a big dinner served.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolken and
daughters, Johanna and Cecilia,
and L. Meigs motored to King-
Boyd Gorman is hauling hay
for Meigs and Wolken to the
Lookabaugh ranch to feed the
Mr. and Mrs. H. Koetter, L. I.
Meigs and Cecilia Wolken motor-
ed to Llennessy Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ogle are
the proud parents of a big baby
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Koetter
and son visited with John Koet-
ter and family Sunday,
Garage For Rent
I have a good garage that I
will rent cheap. Also have a
good barn for rent. tf
The “Save All The Grain”
’T'HE Rumcly Ideal Separator is popularly called the
1 “save all the grain” Ideal and it is true to its name
in every respect, it handles all varieties of grain in any
condition—headed or bundled, long straw or short, wet
or dry, in good weather or bad. And it puts all the
grain in the sack and all the straw in the stack.
For fast, clean work, big capacity and stability the Ideal
has no equal. It is built strongly, carefully and scien-
tifically, yet there’s nothing complicated about the Ideal
—all working parts are simplified to the greatest possible
degree and are readily accessible, easily understood and
kept in adjustment. By careful design and thorough
balanceof eat h part.thelife of the Ideal is longer than the
average and the upkeep expense trifling. And for the
game reason, it runs with practically no vibration—a* one
owner says “as quiet as a sewing machine.”
The separating parts are over size, the extra long straw
rack with its sets of lifting fingers is the most efficient
straw rack made. The chaffer is also proportionately
long and together with the adjustable sieves and wind
control guarantees a perfect jsb of cleaning without waste.
When owners who have run many different makes of
threshers say that the Rumely Ideal “beats them all”
and when elevator owners say that the cleanest grain
received by them is threshed by Rumely Ideals—isn’t the
Rumely Ideal the separator you want?
The Rumely Ideal Separator is made in four sizbs, from
22* to 36" cylinder.
SCOTT & ORTNER
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On the farm, in the city, for business and for family pleasure, it is the car of the
people, and the demand is increasing every day. Let us
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Scott & Ortner
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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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1171059/m1/6/: accessed March 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.