The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1911 Page: 2 of 6
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! Healthful Food
The product of |K
tfljc Ijarbljontc #u .
Oovot*. to Home Interests anJ Home People
JASPER M. ALLEN, Editor and Prep.
Published every Thursday, and en-
tered at the Post Office at Harts-
horne, Oklahoma, as second claBS
One Year $1.00
Six Monthe .60
Three Monthe .35
0 Payable Strictly in Advance.
you as they arc to the farmer!
These are pertinent questions.
They involve profit or loss.
TI IKY OUGHT TO IIAVE YOUR
Four Issues Constitute a Month.
TELEPHONE NUMBER 7.
Yeast causes things to rise.
Kven the sun ri 's in the yeast.
As a rule the people who have
small vices also have small vir-
"Conscience makes cowards of
us" all and fashion makes mon-
keys of us.
Thursday, November 9, 1911.
THE ROAD TO TOWN
What arc you doing to brill;,'
the farmer and his trade to
Have you done your part to-
ward making his visits profitable
to him as well as to yourself!
Do you realize that good roads
are business builders and that
they are fully as important to
Kid McCoy is going to be mar-
i ried for the 8th time. Nat Good-
j win seems to be at least three
' lengths behind.
| With the pure food people, the
women and the good roads advo-
i cates all after Secretary Wilson
ha will have to get out.
The Brewers in Chicago Con-
vent ion want sanitary saloons.
If the brewers did not ruu so
many lawless saloons they would
' probably be more sanitary.
ONE DAY ONLY
I have just bought some Hams
and Lard under the regular mar-
ket and I am going to give you
the benefit of this bargain.
HERE IT IS:
20 Hams, at per pound, 14c
10 301b Pails Compound Lard at, $2.70
I will also make special prices on
Shoes and Men's Pants
for this sale.
REMEMBER ONE DAY ONLY,
Friday, November 17<h.
Come early or you might be dis-
J. M Finnell.
■ ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■
If we had a good deal more
real downright honestly among
out public servants, the country
would not be at its wits end all
the time trying to patch up the
laws to hold thetm to a stricter
One of the most prominent so-
cialist leaders of Oklahoma, one
who persistently and industrious-
ly denounces government by in-
junction, and who has delivered
many speeches denouncing "the
tyranny of the courts," has ap-
plied to the courts of Oklahoma
City for an injunction restraining
the State Federation of Labor
from removing him from offiee.
No doubt he will explain that his
political apostasy is only tem-
porary and is the direct fault of
TWO MEN KILLED.
T. A. Drake of This City and
Ben Peters of Dow Lose Lives
in Explosion Monday.
By an explosion of dynamite at
Dow Monday afternoon about
3:30, T. A. Drake of this city,
and B n PeteTs of Dow, lost
their lives, and F. W. Smith, of
Dow was slightly injured. The
accident oeeured near Milby &
Dow mine No. 5. where the men
bad a contract to sink an air
shaft for the company.
The men had only a few min-
utes before fired some shots and
had loaded out the rock, and
were arranging the, charges for
the next shot, when the explo-
sion occurred. The blasts were
fired by electricity, and it is
thought that in some manner the
wires were crossed prematurely,
causing the explosion.
Tlic body otf Drake was
brought to his home here late
Monday evening, and the funer-
al services were held Tuesday
afternoon, conducted by Rev. J.
C. Howell, and the Odd Fellows.
Mr. Drake had resided in the Mc-
Alester district, for many years
and was well known and highly
respected. He is survived by a
wife and four children.
The body of Peters was also
brought, here on a special inter-
urban car Tuesday afternoon, and
the funeral service held from the
Catholic church, of which he was
a member. A wife and three chil-
The injuries of Smith were not
serious, and consisted of scratch-
es and bruises. He was able to
be out the following day.
OU'LL see so many good styles in
sack suits here this fall, that it will
certainly be strange if you
failed to see just the style
and model you want.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
are masters of the art of
clothes designing; and for
young mt n especially they've
made for us some exception-
ally good things. The Shape-
maker, the Varsity; the new
peak-lapel sack; the new
English model without any
padding, with long or short
lapel, soft roll; these are a
few of the good ones you
may expect to see here.
Copyright Hart Schaffner k Marx
Suits $18 and up
$16.50 and up
We also ca.ll your attention to the new ANGORA
HATS just received. Long haired soft hats, exclusive
shapes, in jjray and brown—Telescopes or straight shapes,
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50. VELOUR HATS all the rage. Wc
can show you all colors, black, brown, olive and belgi&n-
These hats can be telescoped also, $3.00 to $5.00.
W-k\£fTCKS GTO1 stow..
CHANGE AT THE PALACE.
H. P. Cox, Mrs. P. E. Cox and J.
C. Johnson Now the Owners.
There has been a change in the
ownership of the Palace drug
store. The store is operated by
the Palace Drug company, incor-
porated, with an authorized capi-
tal stock of $25,000 of which $10,-
000 is paid in. The stock is own-
ed. by Mrs. F. E. Cox, II. P. Cox
and J. C. Johnson, with Mrs.
Cox as president, Mr. Cox as
secretary and treasurer and Mr.
Johnson as vice president and
Mr. Cox is not unknown to the
public, as he has been connected
with the store for several months,
coming here from Hartshorne,
where he had been for three
He is a druggist of experience,
having been in a drug store since
childhood. He was graduated
from the school of pharmacy of
Vamlerbilt University in 1898.
When he left Mississippi for
Oklahoma in 1908 he was a mem-
ber of the state board of phar-
He is not only an expert phar-
mist, but is an affable gentle-
Mr. Johnson, the manager,
needs no introduction to Mc-
! Alestc-r people. He is the oldest
1 druggist here, in the point of
t residence, having been in the
. drug business at North McAlester
before South McAlester was start
ed. Except for a short residene*
in Oklahoma City he has been
continuously in business here and
everybody knows and likes John-
Huqt, 126: Patterson, 122.
In the poxiofiice election held
last Thursday, .Tnhn A. Hunt won
out by a majority of four votes.
Hunt rcceiv ig 1"1 votes and
Patterson. 122. Friends of Pat-
terson. however, are claiming that
there were several persons voted
who are democrats, a few who
.<re not patrons of this office and
at least one who voted twice.'
This seems liable to again coin-i
plicate matters and make the
election count for naught.
You have only to look at a
Chicago woman's feet to be sat-
isfied that she does not sand on
County Court Next Week.
On the trial docket of the
county court for the term begin-
ning next Monday there are 181
cases. Of this number 65 are
civil cases and 116 criminal. Of
the latter 48 are state eases, the
others are appeals from McAles-
ter police court, 61; Alderson 4,
Kiowa 1, Haileyville 2 and Harts-
horne 3. Of the state cases, 38
are liquor cases, appeals 3, gamb-
ling house 1, tainted goods 2 and
Weekly Oin Report.
Grady gin 804.
Spears gin 480
China grows a vast quality of
tobacco, but the grade is low
For the news read Tlio Sun.
In undressed leathers we offer you BUCKSKIN,
NU-BUCK or OOZE CALF standards. For street
wear we do not ofler Suede, Castor or Undressed
Kid—they are too spongy, stretchy, long napped
and will not remain last color.
Our lines are extensive, as follows:
at $4-.00 and-
In gray there are two styles, one with smoke
foxing pearl top and the other a new light gray
shade, the best for this season.
We offer A. C. Lawrence Leath-
er Co's. genuine Nu-buck and
no other. Washable with soap
and water. : : : :
Refund fare round trip on purchases of $15 or over
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Allen, Jasper M. The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1911, newspaper, November 9, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151892/m1/2/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.