The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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ale Sartsljorttf Sun.
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T. * . HUNTER, Editor and Pre*. ^ T_£;
When *«. staled that we woo 14
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U:h >' made i mistake .n the dat?
Ti* «j.;jr xi« ti.-, t.-ea drink :*
tri. .lj of bncx-ii a
dar i notch IWwEi*: IV.h is t!
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Pub is«ed • *sry T>iursiar, a-'d •*- <x;**" io -<?i-
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rr n nutter.
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TELEPHONE NUMBER 7. iA -- 4T.>waj •* f. " - --
December 5. 'V2. _ '
As the mind of ach t"L •* <oa~
oas <-.( good or enl so doe —
i:x*ire within h* hn* hope or
s> rd rg to h # actions-
P'-W^oi Taft fcl* Srt' -" r
h>". •., se-nair for . rXru.si.cmi
* «-* •* * ■:
:h*x «? if- ord-r to br.n« dn-.> -"-j
c* ~ the Terms to begin witi t *-
.!*-«* rat >t. of *.h- r^- adns • *«•
-**. Well that* PoKtk*. The re-
pebllCan* dO "h> fciX-e thing.
1lakr *i'.s bollda
irf 6CDe N? bOOl
| :>ad The
I mak- :t es^>-
number :be big-
?r Har^horrve ever
holiday cover *ill
*.he illustrated Chris*.mas'dr s
pJezner" will contribute to its lit^r-f
arr worth. (V-* your ads ready 1
WE SELL FOR CASH
Therefore have no losses for uncollect-
able accounts to saddle on our customers
as the credit stores do
Adjusters Sale Prices
Jotrsoc sad lir .s to
u* «-.;«■ s«"l- Lncifc Cajner-
CO. and ti*; a bot-r-g pic tare ^■jCr
cera has agreed to par him '
for the right to make and us^ the
ftlic of tie *#ddinjt. Th-- concern
«bo ^ffrrw! H :s a moral ivprobau
*bos - character s on a parity Ufc
that of :b* t^fTo coon pug and the
concubine he books up to
The cozuroJWr of the current y has
calW for a report of the condition
of alt the national banks of the t'nit-
States a: the close of business on
Tuesday. November -v We wish •'
were the controller of as much cur
rencv as is the controller of <ur
rency for a brief space of time. We
might be able to pay our bills and
have some pocket change left.
Tbe wonderful i*jsj>.^>:1.'. «-s of v.ur
coment plar: is still asjitig its
«we*-u -4S on the1 d*-* r. a r The
d-iaand for > rusbi-<l ™>k is soni^-
th.-g eaoriijous Th« lOUjpa;.) iac-
cot begin to supply But thunder'
that .s not mak::^ c-mer.* S-:-x-
folks are beginning to 'r a". OJr
men: plant as a hJg^ Jotr One
fellow on the car the other day s"a"-
ed that he understood tha". 'he stoae
out there would not make good ce
ment. That is a new one on us—u■
had not heard c^f that one :—for.-.
But r. doe« seem rath-r sirguhir with
this most unequalled laycut. the vast
amount of money that has already
been expended, the showing made I
ar«d the certainty of returr.s on th-r
invesiment in th s .ndustrj tha* th ?
plant cannot be gott"!! ir. op^ra'^on
and be turning out th*- golden i-oin i
There is a hitch in the proceedings:
somewhere. What :s "he matter with I
it? Ir ought to be making sever*!i
hundred dollars a day for the stock [
holders. It tnay not be out butt-in. J
but we cannot help but wond-r hj"|
this long delay.
More than IW.OOO was distributed
in premiums at the Oklahoma State
Fair Exposition. Oklahoma City, ac-
cording to a report Just made by
Secretary 1. S. Mahan, who was
elected unanimously by the board of
directors to guide the destinies of
the 1913 State Fair, to be held Sep-
tember 2S to October 4. 1913.
J. B. Sneed goes free on the charge
of murder of Al G. Boyce. by the
verdict of the Fort Worth Jury. This
means that he will be given a ver
diet of acquittal in the other case
against him wherein he is charged
with the murder of Al Boyce. Jr
And he ought to be acquitted,
these fellows got what they deserved
in their conspiracy to alienate the
affection of Sneed s wife and wreck
his home. ''Be sure your sins wil.
find you out."
Are still iti force in every Department
in our store.
There ought to be some means em-
ployed to keep the boys off the
streets at nights. It is an every
night occurrence to see iads between
the ages of 8 and 12 running around
on the streets. Some people have
an apparent disregard for the wel-
fare of their boys. They must know
that if the lads are unrestrained they
will eventually and almost certainly
come to grief in after y^ars. if not.i
as in numberless cases, before they^
r^ach manhoods estate Something,
must be done with the beys whose'
parents are not sufficiently concern-
ed about them to keep them off the
streets after dark. Parents, the of-
ficers need your help We r-ooui-
Any Ladies Suit or Coat in the House
That Formerly Sold Up to
$35.00 for $10.95
Ben Durfee & Co.
The Store That Undersells For Cash
LIVING FOR THIS LIFE. reason women live longer tkHl e«
Girls and boys in s^aool are is easy to understand They live
now. not preparing to live. They are more temperately . r. -y do :..•
It JKiOCl S going
not trying to gvt an education
mousing over old books. They
mend the application of a wet I doing things.
good and properly administered en t e History of ars. battles kings
caboose of the!# trouserloor.s as a -uters _s supplanted by tie histor>
most effective methods of correcting development of industries
this trouble. vent iocs, ar.i their application
or chew toba
In the recect conference between
Postmaster General Hitchcock and
representative* of railway systems,
with a view of cutting down ex-
pense* Mr. Hitchcock says he can
«ave tie govemmen* I - a
y*Ar It is too bad that the secre-
tary did not stambW onto this scheme
•oocer. But it is ae*er too late to
rare a trxk Ute this. Nine million
dollars s a pretty snug lot of pocket
change—so stupendous an amoun- as
to be beyond the conception of the
The sa>: n* ar* t-^girxing to con
prvgate in Washington and B.l.
Murray® focvnsA." eioQ-TKr will s< a
be blend, ng w^h that of other big
jnn.4 m the cc.rn.idc*rs of that ...storx'
iaw icop Oar own B 'J will te!l
them sa-ikers up thetv how he did
1; when he was eta:-man of the Ok
NO CUSSING WITHOUT PERMIT
Under the rules laid dow n a a sen
erul letter issued by Director Cooke
no employe in the department ot
public works may here-a^vr us- pre
fans language to himself, a fellow
employe or an outsider without first
getting a permit.—Philadelphia Cor
New York Sun.
Who claims author.:y t grant ity
man a permit to cuss Wt never
heard of but two classes of m*.r. wn.
were privileged to <.uss without per
mils—printers and folic h;- na*-
drive steers, and th.s .s gra'.'.-d by
a sort of koin-oa consent
ventions, and their
The heroes in the trr-nds of our
young people today are not the men
•* ..o haw killed, wasted and destroy-
.-d. but thos^r w'ho have built railroads
■ .rough waste places and established
■ ;,j along the route: inventors and
developers of machinery tbat has
turned the drudgery of '"to the
luxury that it is Just to live today
Our great are those men and wo-
men who Lav«r done and are doing
arvund a* 5es — -
dry they arr. they do do* ?
daybreak trying to r.oid fc ur ac-^s.
they do no powwo-ar at political con-
v*z'io-s or fra*.err.:r--. v. ,'z *n*r
unwashed in pursuit o( vot 5. No
wonder ifc<ry live longer a^d lo "*on-
der they go to heaven when they
,ae to live, for if it were not for
women this world wculdn
to paint patent medicine a
heavy thunder-shower almost upon
me. 1 jumped on my ponv and stra:-
The pupils ar^ doing nice work ed at breakneck speed r the bouse
ir regular jtudi's and the out- and do you know my pony dur
go door work.
tow The half-day system i
•ill The pupils are satisfied with it
r-s. We _ave wi-.a us several new boys
on* who cam- to take the pia^e of those
ti at w^nt horn- cn account cf the
system We ar-r expecting several
mure r.- comers after Chris'mas —
Oh L.; ahout Thanksgiving TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
dioner but we did enjoy it very
be much. We are wishing that Thanks-
or. £i'. .ng wouM con
We have with
sow my pony during the
last two miles raced that storme so
su.cetw. 'close that 1 didn't feel a drop of ran
while my dog which was only 20
yards behind had to swim all the
at m. Seyi 3 a
that So a:« Fi 1
We pity the narrow a
tisan who believes that
tues are m his party ^
v.ce* in the other part>?
much geed m. ail pel
. The life and deati of 001
coMbtutiococ-ent^. and ^ cpoo
they wlB i-ive f.o becaaae Bill
Murray is ~x> ty a V>c-£ %ho\.
Tie of x<ng-e« this se.--.^ <4X
sios will t«e t.^o 4eoocr*tic to make
' ne work that makes the world splen-
•i:d SOL.\CE REMEDY
Positive. conatroctive work is medical discovery
>hat we want to know about. We Sc-^t.c-ts that dissol.es
-r .'.shamed that we have used Crystals and Pnrifys th- BV>
-iwr not brair. as the arbi'er for s -asy to takr mid wi.l nc^t
~-t of opinions. It is a blot .v. irikest stomach
n the 'scutcheon, not a fact to boast |t , i-^iranteed under th
ut ' have as ancestors murd-- p..^ and Drues La* to t-
-s -hi- -* and lawless maraud-"^ ir from op^tes or harmful dregs
— 1 of any de*cr.pt :n
PREE L|TE"1,"r'-j'.'LACE s a pur- s,-
(3^,^ ^ijw^rs and magatx-e-s such as inti h.-= been proven beyor.i
orhi Compatior. Ladies Heme q5ei-.Kc to i— the surest quick
oqrsal Review of Reviews. I'nion ti: remedy for Vri A id Troubles
tioc to office. Business mer. have, SignaL Christian Herald, etc.. will faowr. to medical science nc- ^
come to understand this and dur.ng' ~ sent absolutely FREE for ooe or vr bow long standing It tvac^s
just closed bus ess raore years to any family >e Okia- ^ remove* the root of vhe trouble
You are hereby notified that I will.
1 on or about the 2ith day of Decem-
iround more often. uij present to the Honorable
a new matron L^e Cruce an application for pardcr.
,<iS com- to tase tn- p;ace of fro:n a judgment of conviction had in
\S r.i - no w^s ^-r. c.i .y ;be Superior Court of Pittsburg Coun
ty. wherein I wi* convicted of as
. hanksgn.ng uu|, intent to kill, and set.-
tenced to eighteen months imprisot-
ment. the cause being numb-r ■!">
on the docket of that court.
yearly trp around the w . rid. We
ire glad to shake hands with him.
-ed spent the day a- Wil-
big day s Christmas. Ha'
• M San'u. will make his
SOVE FAST RUNNING
Oklahoma man said to horse
Stolen from my place in Gowen.
Okla on SepL 6. 1S12. one brown
-j . n..... .....I ....... eu.u ... uv.n, 3 years old. Io hands high.
K i that mare when she was weight about S50 pounds; both hind
■luid beat -he local trade from feet and one fore foot white: wire
R .s. elt Okla which is five cuts on both front feet on the ir.-
1 said. "Why that's side. Branded I will pay
nothing, on my ranch down east at. $25.00 for the horse and $50.00
Hartshorne I was five miles fr>m the thief. MIKE RIMSKI
the ..OUS-- one day when I noticed a Okla.
'it* rep^it L
- is not disturbed IraK. Maz.y
>ma who will send u« 'heir name
sen are i appointed upen the out- and addr*«. Give name and age.
rome of the election, many would of your children. Givr
- - -
TV-re .* * man x o<-r town who otherw«r. Th~s great country of ;o*itively tjo advrrtisiagjic eme-^ ■ -
ia cf r-raatred tr^ad <ira the y '. :ha; iai s'.cod in all "f. ^
a--d docfi b-flliHi. He :he years, ias bmt er. ered j^oc Ua. .Qte&d-d es^cm-r r.-.^ " ^
i;>ls a -^asc^aV; > "i. ;. : -* £*•-■ -•* - * ' " •' •N- '•* " • . " . . .
tie «* .'. He a;p^ar Lke a ter what poE:i al par.y is ir. t
«. fofeir- x so far j ascendancy, our latere is .ew The tRE- UTERATl RE Bt REXl C
i"i - i_-e coccem-ed. yet| personal of our c. a^mh.p assi-rs er. .-xia
4 ^ may a;pear he has this. We w.ll p on "-a? tig -
>eca tac.i-re-1 V.'h 'in-i >; it.<-ns ;.;i.i-.c s'-- ..-'.t :n LONGE.'TY
Vt -J-3K by cor He s a'and in taftaeece sclv.-g the prob- La-edo Tim-* A s -r.ist tates
f nzx- «*Vnation bat aot wholly '.ems of humin gov.--r.tnen: and hast hat wom-n live V.-nger^man ^ ---
enrg the ciimirjr A a universa' and takes up a couple of coJumns
as Mr. Bryan prove it. Stfll. we
doc t believe
Uhd ti* re^leernxg trait* are *1-
• tr*cj to the potnt of paactil brotherhood. We PBH
mi-ir<s and ae ias clock work declares have he-e a republic whkh A suffragette lately sa.that *o--:.
1^1 j ddi country b >. k. We harel shakes thrones and dn* o!ves ar.sto- didn't live longer thai mea. e*peclal-
j^nned a number of eikgtstiic ske<ch- :-*^.-* by ts « i-t>t example. and y married wonoen it m-re.y s*^~
.n the past v> this mans thorough gives Igbt and inspiration to tho*e d longer to them. And if they hr-
. « I m . . _H. ■« A I , J _< • W mvmia - 1U 'f ' • 1 ¥<■ fflCV
Cnc Acid 1 and pur.fie* the blocd.
THE SOLACE CO of Battle Cre-k
are the So> I" S- Agents and have
ihoasaods of voluntary t-st.mon.^I
letters which have been received
from grateful people sOLACE has
res**"r*~d to heaitn Te*t.mc-n.a! *~
t-rs ".itera'ure and FREE BOX sent
R Lee Moms pres^ent cf tti
F - t National bank of Cc.co Texas
-he S ia.e Company as foiiows
I mat you to send a box cf Solace
to my father in Memphis. Tenn.. for
which I enclose Si. Th.s re_e'*.
ha* been used by some frientds of
m.ce here and I must say its action
SIGNED R L MORRIS
bet they have kng who sit c di-kn-ss a repubV grad -d with some men we k
s-rice been overshadowed by the e*i aally bn surely becoming the •: anders-and why
brown ro*st dmini*te>:d some years cepted arbiter of the world's disputes To wh 3 Da las N-
ago for which he naa --ver forgnv^-n —. rtpabl whoee history, like the replies Sta*.sties aff *m that
•as and doubtless a ve- w II Yin r^. h of t... just j as the shining men do live nv rn
couldn t guess in • moctn who he . l«bt that vhineth more and rn^re on State ?re« be:>-ve* in s al^stics even SOLACE REMEDY tO
c4 we wculdn t tell you if you did. to the perfect day ' "
Pu" up in 2V W and I' z- 1 •
_ rrs MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL
w- Wii AND YOV CAN SOON BE SO BY
taking solace -No s^-ai
St5. e Pr^ _ Trn'n-f S- 'r-x-s rr V— Jt*T
V SOLACE ALONE does the work
nger than men. ard Write today for the free box etc
[it he doesnt ever read 'Seta The Mich. AdT
Tuesday, Dec. 10
Gaskill and MacVitty
Announce a Drama-
Harold Bell Wright's
The Shepherd of the Hills
By Mr. Wright and
Elsbery W. Reynolds
PRICES: 25c ti $1.50
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Hunter, T. W. The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1912, newspaper, December 5, 1912; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151948/m1/4/: accessed April 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.