Miami Daily Record-Herald (Miami, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 279, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 14, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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MIAMI DAILY RECORD-HERALD
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14 1920
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Just Imagine What an Imagination the Little Fellow Has.
By Bud Fisher.
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News of Picher
CHARLES R. RROWN Correspondent
CEO. BRAY ('HAS. HARMON RALPH CLARK"!
HERALD COLWELL Agents.
ROCK THROWN BY
Glenn Moore nine yean old living
Hi Fourth and 1 1 itreel . outhwi
in tin1 Miami Baptist Hospital and his
condition is critical us a result of be-
i nK struck on the bead by a large
stone which was thrown several hun-
dred feet in the air when workmen
for the. A. R Young Construction
Company were blasting away rock
for the new pavement In thai
lion of the city. The accidenl occur-
red about 8r30 o'clock Tuesday after
The young boy sustained i frac-
iiired Hkiill. according to an examina-
tion made a short time following the
accident al the hospital by Dr.
Jacobs and Dr. DeArman The frac-
ture is said to be a Revere one and
the condition of the child although
suid by hospital attendants Wednes-
day morning to he slightly Improved
is regarded as very serlou
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PICHER TEAM WILL
PLAY SOOS SUNDAY
i picher. April 14. Manager John
FMIlman is working out several pr im.
ising players every evening at lite
: new baseball grounds at Third and
I Ella street.
j The til . r game of the season will
he played next Sunday afternoon
I against Sioux City Western League
I The following players are being
tried out on the local team. Frank
Collin lb; "Rooky" Qilmore out
flelder Peck Pooler a Carlisle In-
dian catcher and Inflelder; IT rank
Brown catcher Grove Okla. and the
following veteran players who have
been signed: George Cochran West-
em League shortstop from Carthage;
ioe "pjge" Simpson outfielder; Guy
Webb Carthage third baseman and
"Lefty" Joe Merrlett pitcher.
Manager Kill mart will proabbly
play second base.
The grand stand and grounds liuve
been completed and a record atten-
dance is expected for the opening
Dr. E. Albert Aisenstadt
8 East 3rd Street between
. n m l l ami Main
Phone 80-3 rings Picher Okla.
C. B. tieJster N. P. Brown
D. D. S. 1). 1. S.
IHS. GKISTBR & BROWN
fJas for Extractions if Desired.
Sparks Itldg. .Main Street PIchOT
Jacob's Basket Grocery
( Small Hebe 25c
Tall Hebe LOc
332 s. Connell Ave. Picher Okla.
CARD1N STATE BANK
T. (. DUNLAP Cashier
Apple Cart Dumped
and Fruit Stolen
RICHER. April 11 When m an
toist dumped the apple cart of Joe
Friedman a huckster 121 richer
street a loss of $1H was reported to
Last Eridtiy night Friedman saya
that he was driving eastward on A
street between the Richer COmpam
Offices and the N 0. depot with his
one horse wagon full of fruit which
be had just brought from the cold
storage plant on north Netta strc..t
when he met a lone man in a Ford
car who did not offer to give hltn
his required room on the right side
of the street and when Friedman
remonstrated the driver said that he
would turn his wagon over which lie
Ho speeded westward with Fried-
man In pursuit shouting "Murder"
in the hope someone would stop him.
When Friedman returned to his wag-
on be foifnd thai crates of apples
valued at .:". and SL'.'i wnrth of vnr.
! etablea had been stolen
COYNE LUMBER CO.
Hardware Pain! Oil and Class.
Two Rig Yards
Tar River Donthnt
phone 17 Rhone II
JACKSON & NEBEL
Fancy and Staple Groceries
EVERY Til I . GOOD TO EAT.
Picher Mercantile Company's
SOI Picher Street Picher Okla.
DR. B. W. FARLEY
Crown ami Itrldgo Work a
Over Hale Hardware
D M. (.Smoke i Alkens city trus-
tee hai been confined to his home
506 River street with malarial fever
for the pasl week. He is being at-
tended by Dr. I. Phillips.
Bert E. Crane bought the Connell
Avenue Garage from Ceo. K. Wash-
burn Tuesday. Crane was formerly
proprietor of the Rig Four Garage.
Fully :!(ni piople attended the
first ball given by Richer Post N'q
150 American Legion at Rogers'
hall Monday night. The proceeds
will be used for hall equipment. All
towns In the district were well rep-
resented. Todd Undertaking Co. Ambulance
antl pulmotor Phone 100. 257-26t
Glen King 15-year-old son of Mr.
I la van. i.
Cook-West Lumber Co.
"The Home Yard"
Everything for Hie Ruilder.
THAT NEW DRESS
OR. W. I. DOLAN Physician
Office Hours . H a. in. to ft p. in.
and 7 p. ni. to O p. ni.
Opposite Richer Theatre
Second Street Picher Okla.
She "Diamond Dyed" All Her
Old Faded Apparel Just
Don't worry about perfect results.
Use "Diamond Dyes" gtinrantepd to give
a now rich fadeless color to any fab-
ric whether it be wool. ilk linen cot-
ton or mixed goods dflcsses blouses
Mn kings skirt children's coats feath-
ers draperies coverings.
The Direction Book with eaeh package
tells so plainly how to diamond dye over
ny color tbat you can not make a mis-
take. To match any material have druggist
show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card
and Mrs. Thomas King died Monday
afternoon. Burial was at Miami on
1 Tuesday afternoon
The Hocker Undertaking Company
was called to Chetopa Kan. Wed
nesday to direct the funeral of Wil-
lis Large two-year-old son of Mr
and Mrs Nathaniel Large who have
many acquaintances in Richer.
The Roy Scouts cleared $:tl at a
pie supper given by them Mondavi
nijjlit at their troop house. The pro-
ceeds will be applied t a small In-
debtednei a on t heir building.
QUAPAW IS AFTER I
MORE CAR SERVICE
QUAPAW April 14 Hi tter trans-
portation facilities for Quapaw Is the
slogan of the Chamber of Commerce
which met Tuesday night at the Gate-
A committee composed of D C
DeVllllers Fred B Jones and B. J.
chambers who were appointed about
GO days ago reported that they had
taken thd matter up with both the
Northeast Oklahoma Railroad Com-
pany and the Southwest Missouri
Railroad Company in an effort to gel
those roads to extend their serivce to
Quapaw and had received some favor-
A movement was started to suii-
port Walter Montgomery In an ef-
fort to run his motor hits to Richer
and Treece on all hourly schedule in-
stead of three trips per day as at
present. The Chamber of Commerce
has a membership ot i".".
C. C. Sellars Is president and R. II.
Jenkins secretary. They meet every
second Tuesday night.
Mabel Caylor Correspondent
Wayne Hufford Agent
W. K Long was a business vis-
itor in Richer yesterday
"Tex" Hicklln was in Joplin or
Mrs Charles Odell visited with hei
husband at the Richer hospital Tues-
day. Charley Warner returned Tuesday
Hal MltChelson was a business vis-
itor in Richer yesterday.
.Miss Lenora Bayless lias returned
to her home q Cartervllle Mo ar-
ler spending the pasl few days vis
iting Miss Mary Faulkner.
Mrs J V. Greever and Mrs. Ed
Depee were shopping and visltong
friends In Joplin Tuesday.
Mrs. Minnie Warren Mrs. Grace
MltShelspn Mr and Mrs. Loyd Rink-
er Harold Lane ami Miss Frankic
Warner attended tin. Post Legion
dance at Picher Monday evening.
Mrs. w Graham of nine Bird was
shopping In Commerce yesterday.
Mrs. Ted fisher was In Joplin on
Mrs. W E. Sargeant was in Miami
on business yesterday.
.Mrs. Harry Caylor and Mrs. Mabel
Caylor and daughter Dorothy .Ma.vlne
and latter's sister Miss Iola Bennett
of Joplin were shopping in Miami
Mrs. C. A. Reese and father. Mr.
Eller of 213 North Qulncy are visit-
ing in Joplin wth relatives today.
Mr and Mrs J C. Denton and Mr.
and Mrs. George Molden motored to
Golden City Mo. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson and
baby Anthony Scarbough and Miss
Thelma Yanfleet motored to Neosho
Mo . Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Litch of Richer wve
guests of Mr and Mrs. A. J. Gold-
berg Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Earl Carr of Vinita is vis-
iting Mrs. C. P. Can- of North Quln-
Mrs. A. J Goldberg visited friends
in Joplin Monday.
PIOHERPOLL TA X
TO HE COLLECTED SOON
hat is Hand?
Each grain of sand is made up of j
the tiniest of tiny shells that were
once the home of living animals Re-
fore its life ended each of these ani
mals built for itself a casket of exr
(uisite beauty which it left behind to
form a particle of the countless sands
of the seashore.
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Smoke Austin's Rough Havana.
A great 50 Cigar. 27!l-at
Frisco Packing House
Will receive a car load of Fresh
and Cured Meats
to figure why
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You should know why Camels
are SO unusual so rpfreshintr sn
satisfying. First quality second
Camels expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos which
you'll certainly prefer to either kind
smoKea straight !
Camels blend makes possible that
wonderful mellow mildness yet all the
desirable body is there ! And Camels
never tire your taste!
You'll appreciate Camels freedom
from any unpleasant cigaretty after-
taste or unpleasant cigaretty odor I
For your own satisfaction compara
Camels puff by puff with any ciga-
rette in the world at any price I
Camefa are aod tverywhtn in cletificMlly aeaetf ptcktif of 30
rijn-ettr-i for 20 cenla or Ian oaca4ea (200 citrHm. I. i -------
Pjntr-covamd ctrton. Wt ttrongljl ncommtnd (Aa carton for lh
home or office supply or when you travel. f
R J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Winitea-Sakas K C
Robert Bailey who has been of-
ficially designated by the city offli-
ials of Richer to Collect the poll tax
and the dog lax of this year was in
Miami Wednesday getting pointers as
to how Chief of Police Baulch waged
bis campaign to make the owners of
dogs pay the tax or mourn their loss
and how .Superintendent of Streets
Ford collected the poll tax.
Bailey said that when he started
collecting the poll tax that every man
In Picher must pay it or he would
see that they worked four days on
Drinking a Glass
of Hot Water is
a Splendid Habit
Cleanse and sweeten the system
each morning and wash away
poisonous stagnant matter.
CHICAGO. City hall employes in-
dignantly scorned pay for the three
days they were on strike. "We're
regular unionists it was a regular
str.ike and we don't want the money"
James Plynn union bead stated.
A torpid liver needs an overhaul-
ing with Herbine. Its benefits are
hit mediately apparent. Energy tnke
the place of laziness appetite returns
and the hour of rest brings with it
sound refreshing sleep. Price liOc
Sold by Jackson Drug Co.
Have your Spring togs remodeled
and dyed at "Stubby's." Call 336
Smoke Austin's Rough Havana
A great 5c. Cigar 7!i-5t
Those of us who are accustomed to
feel dull and heavy when we arise;
plittlng headache stuffy from a cold
foul tongue nasty breath acid stotn-
ucvh lame hack can insteud both
look and feel fresh us a daisy al-
ways by washing the poisons and
toxins from the body with phosphat-
ed hot water each morning.
We should drink before breakfast
a glass of hot water with a tea-
spoonful of limestone phosphate In
It to flush from the stomach liver
idneys and bowels the previous day's
indigestible waste sour bile and poi-
sonous toxins; thus cleansing sweet-
ening ani purifying the entire ali-
mentary tract before eating more
The action ot limestone phosphate
and hot water on an empty stomach
is wonderfully invigorating. It cleans
out all the sour fermentations gases
waste and acidity and gives one a
fine appetite for breakfast. A quar-
ter pound of limestone phosphate
costs but little at the drug store but
is enough to make anyone who Is
bothered with biliousness constipa-
tion stomach trouble or rheumatism
an enthusiast on internal sanitation.
CALLED HER FAMILY
Six Yegn Ago Thinking She Might Die Says Texas Lady Bat hn
She It a Well Strong Woman and Praises Cardoi For
Rcyse City Tex. Mrs. Mary Kil-
msn of this place says; "After the
birth of my little girl... my side com-
menced to hurt me. I had to go back
fo bed. We called the doctor. He
treated me. ..but I got no better. I
got worse and worse until the misery
was unbearable. . .1 was In bed for
three months and suffered such agony
that I was Just drawn up In a knot. . .
I told my husband if he would get
me a bottle of Cardul I would try It. . .
I commenced taking it however that
evening I called my family about
uie... for I knew I could cot last
I the better. That was six 'earl ago
; and I am still here and am a wety
; strong woman and I owe my life tc)
I Cardul. I had only taken half tba
I bottle when I began to feel better.
The misery In my side got less.... g
continued right on taking the CardU
until I had taken three bottles and I
did not need any more for I was wall
: and never felt better In my life... 1
have never had any trouble from that
day to this."
I Do you suffer from headache back
ache pains in sides or other dlscom
forts each month? Or do yon feel
weak nervous and fagged-out? It so
give Cardui the woman's tonic a
m.inv days unless I had a change for trial.
A CHECKING ACCOUNT is an accurate record of your
income mid expenditures. It costs nothing to cujoy the
privileges (hut go with a Checking account. Come in lo-
morrow and nay "i want to open checking account"
v ' business will he very welcome here ivt this Hank.
i api i anaae
John T. Reaii Pros
LouiS It Herring Cnaliler
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