The Pittsburg County Republican (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 3 Thursday, July 21, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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the pittsburg county republican
Mrs. Peterson Says She Was
Afraid to Eat on Account of
Trouble That Followed.
"I weighed just a hundred and three
Intunds when 1 tiemiu taking Taulac,
hut now I weigh a hundred tuid twen*
ty-iwo pounds," declared Mrs. Amy
l'eterson, the wife (if a prosperous
aruier of l.akevillc, Mass., u suburb
01 New lied ford.
"1 bad acute indigestion," she said,
"and no one knows how I suffered.
1 bad cramping pains in my stomach
that were almost unbearable, and 1
suffered no end of distress from gas
and bloating. Why, I was actually
starving to keep from being in such
awful misery, and I lost thirteen
IK unds in weight. Sometimes I won-
der how I lived through it all, and I
just thought there was no hope for
rue. 1 was restless night and day and
was easily irritated, and some nights
I slept so little it didn't seem that I
had been to bed at all.
"Hut now I feel as strong and well
as if 1 had never been sick a day in
my life, and I Just know Tanlac is
the best medicine In the world. I
haven't a touch of indigestion now,
and every time I sit down to the table
1 can't help but feel thankful to
Tanlac. 1 have a wonderful appetite
and have gained back all my lost
weight and six pounds besides. I am
simply overjoyed to be feeling so well,
and 1 Just praise Tanlac everywhere
Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists
C 1 r> where.—Advertisement.
Saved With Dynamite.
A thrilling story comes out of north-
ern Ontario. The women of an Indian
encampment were attacked by timber
wolves while the men were absent
trapping. With the few rifles left in
the camp the women defended them-
selves until 1 be ammunition gave out
and their situation became perilous.
An Indian boy thought of some sticks
of dynamite for use in lakes when
fishing was bad. A bundle of them
with caps and fuses v. us thrown
among the wolves and the explosion
killed 30 wolves and frightened off the
RFST YOUR TIRED FEET
AT.LENS FOOT BASK. th antlnertlc
powder to ho rhaken Into the shoe*, HtopH
the puin of corns* an<1 bunions and Klvea
cjulck relief to sweating, callous, tired, ach-
ing. tender feet, blisters and S"r<- Bpc>t« It
n-Ma tb«- feet, keeps tbem cool and comfort-
able. Shoes and stockings wear twice aa
long when you walk In comfort.
He Said Too Much.
Young Wife—The dentist pulled my
wisdom tooth today, so you mustn't
be surprised if yon find me stupid.
Hub—Nonsense! The idea that a
wisdom tooth has anything to do with
wisdom is absurd. Why, you wouldn't
be any stupider if you bad every tooth
in your head pulled.—Itoston Tran-
Comfortable Seven-Room House
of Frame Construction.
ATTRACTIVE IN EVERY WAY
Plant Drawn for Those Who Cannot
Afford to Put Large Sums Into
Building in Which They
Are to Live.
By WILLIAM A. RADFORD.
Mr William A liadford will answer
question* and give advice FHKK UK
COST on ull subjeeta perlalnltiK to the
subject of building r n the readers of this
paper On annum of his wide experience
as Editor, Author aiui Manufacturer, he
is. without doubt, tiie hiKlw-st authority
on hii these subjects. Address all inquiries
t' W ill in f 1 A. Kndford, No IS.'T l'ralrie
avenue, Chh-aKo. III., and only inclose
two-cent stump for r**ply.
Every man who is the head of a
family has somewhere in the back of
bis mind a desire to own a home of
his own for himself and his family.
That this desire has not been grati-
fied may be due to any number of
things, but the one that prevents most
people from owning the house In
which tliey live Is that tl'ey never
really started to acqoiie a home.
For the average person, buying a
home is a considerable undertaking,
one that means the diking on of an
olUigation that will require a number
of years to pay. The Investment looks
large and will probably requirt Rome
sacrifices, but once a start Is made
the satisfaction more than repays the
No man. however, should undertake
to buy a home that costs more than
it is reasonably certain lie will be
able to pay for. This error Is the
reason that lias caused m. ny to lose
their homes after a start toward own-
ing them has been made. Good judg-
ment in picking the site and in erect-
ing a home that meets the neetls of
the family and at the same time will
riot require a larger investment than
can be handled, are two essentials In
successfully acquiring n home.
A« a suggestion to those prospective
are three bedrooms and the bathroom.
The entrance from the porch leads
directly into the living room. This
room Is 14 feet 0 Inches by 18 feet 0
inches. Connected with It by a double-
] cased opening is the library, 10 feet 0
I inches by 8 feet. Hack of the living
room aJso connected with a double-
cased opening is the dining room, 13
feet 0 Inches by I I feet d Inches, while
adjoining the dining room is the
kitchen, 0 feet ti inches by 11 feet 6
Inches. All four of these rooms are
corner rooms ami are so connected
' that the distance from any Hie of
them to another is the shortest pos-
1 slide. It will be noted by the plan
I that theTiltchen may be reached from
the living room through a hall out of
which run the stairs to the second
floor. All the rooms are well pro-
vided with windows, making them
light and cheery ami at the same time
The dormers, front and back, give
a great amount of light and air to two
of the three bedrooms, while the third
is In one gable and the bathroom in
the other. The front bedroom is 11
by 14 feet, ami the rear bedroom 10
by 1-1 feet. The third room is larger.
If) feet (1 Inches by l'J feet 0 Inches.
Also the bathroom is larger than
usually is found. It being 8 feet wide
and I) feet long. All of the rooms
open off a central hall.
A basement extends under the
whole of the house proper, which is .'14
NEW SKIRTS FOR FALL
ARE NOW ON EXHIBITION
Second Floor Plan.
feet 0 Inches deep by 28 feet In width,
with a porch projection of feet 0
Inches. This basement provides plenty
of room for the laundry, the heating
plant and fuel storage, and rooms for
vegetables and fruit ami for the stor-
age of garden and lawn tools and the
other articles that usually find their
way to the basement.
From this brief description of the
Interior it will be seen that this
house will provide comfortable ac-
commodations for a good-sized family.
At the same time it Is p comparative-
"My wife is talking about raising
some Mark' roses." "That so?" "Yes;
she asked me last night if I couldn't
get her a few Jack pots to put 'em
in." Boston Transcript.
i m uc
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
1 ftASILY KILLED
ALHKAL Y a few new skirts for
fall i ave arrived. They made a
quiet entry because they differ little
in style from those worn In spring
and summer. Manufacturers, it seems,
weaving materia1* to lie used exclu-
sively for skirts, have continued to
present striped and plaid patterns in
Woolen goods that Invite the ingenuity
of designers in making attractive
models. In cloth skirts the same
long, straight lines emphasized by
plaits, appear In the fall models, thnt
were characteristic of spring skirts.
None of the new skirts are narrow,
and all of them are longer than those
of last season—hut it remains to be
proved that American women will ac-
cept a much lengthened skirt, so hems
are only basted in and length left to
the discretion of the wearer.
There is also the usual variety of
plaits, with knife and tccordion plait-
ing well represented among them. Hut
each piece of striped or plaid mute-
! rial suggests several varieties of plait-
Ings according to the fancy of tho
designer, l'iaited and plain panels al-
ternate on some of the new models,
and occasionally long lines are broken
by a yoke made plain with plaited
portion set on it. Buttons in many
sizes and in graduated sizes promise
a new development in the matter of
decoration for fall skirts, and they
take to the company of belts ami
pockets. A few smart skirts display
small buttons following each other
! from belt to hem the full length of the
The plain materials—either wool or
silk, panels and tunics have every
reason to succeed. Separate skirts
have become so important in the ward-
, lube that women demand them in va-
riety A pretty skirt of black char-
incuse satin is shown in the picture
with panels at back and front form-
ing a long tunic having plaited ruf-
1 ties along Its edges.
Take Aspirin only as told In each
package of genuine Buyer Tablets of
Aspirin. Then you will be following
the directions ami dosage worked out
by physicians during L'l years, ami
proved safe l y millions. Take no
chances with substitutes. If you see
the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can
take them without fear for Colds,
Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
li.irache, Toot bache. Lumbago and
for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve
tablets cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
AJouoacetlcacldester of Sallcyllcacid.
A well known statesman was pres-
ent at a dinner party. At his side sat
an old country gentleman.
A conceited young man spent most
of his time during t' meal lu making
fun of this old go-." man. He kept
on referring to him as the Philistine.
1 Finally the old gentleman said an-
grily : "I don't know what you meat*
by continuously repeating that word.
I really can't think what you mean by
j a IMilllstlne."
The statesmen Interrupted. "A
I Philistine," he said. "Is a man who Is
annoyed by the Jawbone of an ass."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOKIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that It
BY USING THE GENUINE
Stearns' Electric Paste
Also 81/KK PF.ATII t« Wtierhng*. Ant . Rata
and Mice prM* ni«« Hit- yri-ttU-M carrier*of
«Tis.-ue and Ml ST UK HILI.KJi. The, deaUoy
OoVO food and property
Directions io lb lunrnsfea In hot.
Headt for uft*—t .i H6c ami |l Sy.
I . N t-uvrmmrnt buy* It.
"that good kind"
•Tn/ it-and you
will know why
Wanted, Man to Take Orders
for made to mfftnipe r<>mt>! nation ralncoata,
topcoatm an<l gabardine- prefer homroor with
prcviou* r «p«*rl«*nce bc-hlng a tailoring line--
have a HpU-in1l«l proamnion; low pricen; at
tractive I tie In Kwatch form • very garment
WABANS1A MANUFACTURING CO.
Oakley Blvd. at Wabanaia Ave., Dept. N. Chicago
Remove* I iitnarnff Hto|*'JalrKa. ng
Reatorea Color and
Baaoly to Grar and Faded Hait
~ _ l«' and |i no at Itrnprifta.
XJntaroi Ot« ti. Wfc«
In Tse for Over 30 Years,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
j Senorn Pilar Sereda, the Spanish
painter, uus defending the bull light
at a dinner in New York.
"An American visitor to Madrid,"
•-he said, "left the bull light one af-
I ternoon in disgust.
! "'What 11 fool animal a bull Is!' he
said. 'It will s|>end hours chasing a
red cloak round and round the ring.'
"And then the American saw a pair
of flashing black eyes, ami ho spent
hours chasing 11 red clonk round and
round the town."
HINDERCORNG Pemovae Corn*, e*i-
Inn*m, Cie at..pa all pair., enauroa comfort to the
t feet, makea wa!klnr eaav. !«> . I>y stall or at I>ruff>
K>aia Ulacox «tieiulcal Wwrka, I atcUu^-ua, N. V.
Right in His Line.
Wlfey Doctor can't you help my
I loot or—What's the matter with
Wlfey—Oh, he worries so.
Doctor— About what?
Wlfey* About his money. Cnn you
please do something for him?
Doctor Why send him around to
me. I'll relieve him of some of his
"Is that magazine story worth read-
"It's the ubuui automobile romance."
"In the first paragraph Is hoard tho
'purr of an expensive motor.'"
SALES ENTICE THE WOMEN TO
REPLENISH SUMMER WARDROBE
home builders who are determined to
have a home, but vtlio are not able to
make a very large Investment, the ac-
companying building design is shown.
This Is not a large house, neither will
it cost much to erect. At the same
time it is attractive In exterior ap-
pearance and contains seven good
rooms. It will lit nicely on a 50-foot
lot and leave considerable space on
either side for light and ventilation.
The design of this home Is what
makes It so pleasing to the eye. The
sharp gables of the roof, together
with the long slope makes it a story-
% 111 dli/CR* 1 1
If 11 lu,]4fe [J wxMf '
Fir6t Floor Plan.
and-a-half house, but by putting broad
dormers in the roof at both front and
back, three large bedrooms are pro-
vided on the second iloor. These
dormers also help to make the ex-
terior attractive. The house Is of
frame construction, set on a concrete
foundation. Ship-lap siding Is used
on both the exterior walls and the
The Interior arrangement and the
sizes and location of the various
rooms are shown on the floor plans
11:ut accompany the exterior view.
Downstairs there are/living and dining
rooms, kitchen and library; upstairs
I ly small house and mr that will not
I cost a great deal to erect.
I Home building costs vary consid-
; ernhjy in different towns and cities
and are controlled by the cost of la-
I I'or and the distance from source of
I supply of building materials. How-
! ever, the local building contractor and
building material dealer can supply
! pretty accurate figures on this or any
j other house that a prospective builder
! may want to erect. Also these men
are experts In building materials and
can offer valuable suggestions to the
I home builder.
As has been said, securing a home
requires a strong desire to possess
one—a desire that makes the family
willing to make some sacrifices. But
ufter the home is built ami occupied
there Is no more rent to pay, and a
great deal of satisfaction In the
1 knowledge that you have a home of
1 your own.
Naughty Women Most Popular.
That observant Florence Woolston,
in Harper's Magazine. Insists thnt the
naughty women in history, not the good
ones, are those whom people generally
love best. She hunted over the card
catalogue in a library somewhere and
dug out the fact that in the last ten
years four times as many books had
been written about Lucretia Borgia as
about "splendid Susan II. Anthony."
Cleopatra has had ten times as much
space given to her as "admirable Clara
JASPER SIPES COMPANY
10'W. Main, Oklahoma City
Dealers in School, Church Furniture, Opera
Chaira. School Supplies. Call or write tor price*
PHYSICIANS' 8II'I'1.1 KH—Surgical Inatru
mm hi* and Drusa. Furniture. DresHinita.
Uottlf*, Shfrmuna Vaccines. Truants, Sup
port'fH Short Haul, Quick Delivery
OK \IIO\l\ I'll \ SI CIA N S' HI I'l'I.Y CO.
*17 Writ Kirat |\ O. lloa 1150
Oklahoma City. Okln.
There la No Suhatlliite for ltutt«*r. Ask your
Krocery for MUAL>OW GOLD. We ulan af-
ford you «n outlet for your CREAM. If we
ar« not represented in your town, ship to
ui; direc t, or write uh for quotations.
IIFATKICK CltRAMJCRY CO.
Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Republic and Garford
WILLIAMSON MOTOR CO.
510 W. Main St. Oklahoma City, Okla.
' earn the Best Trade on Earth
100 W. California
KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED
KOLL.S 10c PACKS 25c
Prints or smaller, 4c; 2%i
4fc, 6c; 3%xf.V4, 4xG, or Postcard*,
6c Agents for Eastman Kodak Co.
TIIE MAC ARTIII R COMPANY
Formerly West fall Drug Co.
7V4 N. li'dw'y. OkliUuimu City. Okla.
N. S. SHERMAN MACHINE
AND IRON WORKS
Engineers, Founders and Machinists
Gralc Bars and Smokestacks
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Mitchell—RHacoe Cars—Printer Trtiekt
Parte and Service
81S N. Ur, Hid way oklahoma City
A full line of parts at whclesale prices.
Anything electrical for Uus or Auto Engines
PItl NTY HTORAGF BATTfeRY CO.
42? \\. Main Oklahoma City, Okla.
TAYLOR OIL ENGINES
ft III1P. to 6,000 HHP., fur any pnrpoao
PEERLESS ICE MACHINES
ton upwards, for Moat Markets, Hotels,
HeslauruntH, nnd Cold .Storage purposes,
icelesi HefrlgiMutors for household uao.
NTKP1IKNHON EQI'IPMENT CO.
Broadway Cent. Hotel, Oklahoma City, Okla,
If You Suffer Fror,i Any
Kind of LUNG 1 ROUBLE
Consult Me at Once
In 9 years of experience, I haT«
not lost a single case who fol*
lowed my instructions.
521 W. 9th St.
DAVID B. TEEM
18 to 36 Kast Main Street
Not a Goddess.
Nemesis—not a goddess, hut nny
wife who has discovered an incident
In her husband's life which he would
Just us soon have forgotten.—New
constat:"iy irowing dc-ra
for TRAINED joung people to fill well-
paid itenograpblr. bookkeeping, banking
ard ar*nuntl g petition*—and I ran
br.p YOU gft one of these big pax, big-
I hate ipent 25 yean of my ltfe In
training thoiifand* or ain!>itlous hoyt
and girti for buiinen «>ccca* Enter-
ing here "green" and inexperienced, I
bate fitted them In a few month" la
Ift and II0IJ) fine offli-e positions.
Then, In a few year*. 1 ha?e teen many
of the* am* graduates holding down
some of the hlj'iest «a!sri d and nv«t
InflnenUal exerut! e porltlons in tha
Southwest. 1 h* e helped tVm maka
m<re money- ind I'll help YOU.
Bend today for a free copy of HI'I'a
Kucces* Book. It te s all about this
big, busy burin- .i ml lege the largest
In Oklahoma. It tells what ae eati do
for V0f Write now—TODAY—there'i
John M Hilt, President
HILL'S BO INLSS COLLEGE
No. If 2>..uth Hu.Uon Oklskara City
REALLY LITTLE TO BE SAID
After Such a "Break," Words Would
Do Little Except Add to the
I went as a bride to a western town
where there was a college, writes *i
correspondent of the Chicago Tribune.
It was often my pleasure to entertain
the young women of the faculty who
lived in the school dormitory. I en-
joyed showing off my house, good maid,
and devoted husband. And they en-
joyed our appreciation of their musi-
cal and dramatic talents, and our
The day before the departure for
Christmas holidays three of the girls
v ere ushered into my living room, and
each carried a number of bulky par-
cels. Knowing they had been to the
woods for Christmas greens the pre-
vious evening, I exclaimed with mock
trugedy In my voice: "Now, what
have you girls brought me? You
shouldn't have done anything for us.
The pleasure of knowing you has been
The tragedy became real. Their
1 painful embarrassment was not to he
' concealed. Finally one « f them said,
i "We have just been to the laundress
and stopped in to say goodby," add-
ing casually that or.e couldn't find gifts
In a town like ours, etc. You prob-
ably know Just how I felt.
Auntie Not an Old Maid.
Aunt Mary is now twenty-five, and
her married brothers twit her about
her single state. They also tell her
that since she bus hud her lust hirth-
j day she is an old maid. This both she
and her adoring five-year-old niece
( The other night one of Aunt Mary's
I admirers called, and little Jean was
: made a member of the party. Natu-
rally she was more in love with auntie
! than ever, and when the young man
' laughingly called her an old maid
I .lean loyally sprang to the rescue.
| "No, she ain't an old maid neither,"
she denied. "Teacher says any one
Isn't as long as they roll their stock-
ings down over their knees."
And the subject was immediately
AT THIS time shops throughout Ihe
country are closing out the
last of their summer fabrics, and wom-
en take advantage of the sales and
low prices to replenish their supply
of summer dresses or anticipate their
needs for fall. In the case of the
two frocks pictured we welcome an
early fall aspirant for favor in one
of tliem and hid farewell to midsum-
mer styles In the other.
Dotted swIsses. in many pleasing
colors, with white or colored dots,
luixe' hud a wonderful vogue, the sev-
eral shades of blue with white dots,
having found the greatest number of
admirers. A dress of navy swiss. dot-
ted with white. n« shown at the right
of the picture, Is the lust of this year's
models In this particular color com-
bination. It brings up the rear of a
procession of attractive frocks In
which the swiss has been combined or
trimmed with white organdie. In this
particular case bands of embroidered
swiss organdie lend an Interest to the
model nnd the dress Is up to the de-
gree of excellence that has preceded
It in frocks of the same material.
Thus the dotted swiss makes its exit.
Non-crushahle linen Is the material
of many of the charming tailored
frocks which the bright days of sum-
mer have brought to view. The ma-
terial lends itself to a wide range of
colorings among which white, canary,
blue, lavender, green nnd rose and
leather seem to be the most popular.
f Immediately following come the ne*v
frocks of point de esprit made up with
lace in all-over nnd other patterns. 1
I This is a revival, since women are so
well disposed toward sheer fabrics, of
J an old and tried favorite. The model
pictured is designed for u young wom-
an aud will serve for either afternoon ^
or evening wear—one reason why it i
will prove interesting to mothers who |
are about to outfit th«'lr daughters who 1
are going nwny to school. It is just i
the character of dress for such youth- !
fill wearers. In this model the point
de esprit has an underskirt and body
« f all-over lace. The fullness and ■
length of the skirt must not lie over 1
looked, or the shape of the waist with 1
Its square neck. The neck opening Is
bordered with lace and partly tilled
In with a plain piece of point de esprit.
There are three narrow frills of lace
on the short sleeves and a youthful
sash of narrow ribbon with a wreath
Fender A L amps Co.
Our spec i si lies: Repairing
leaky.suiaabe<l upana froten
do not pluu tabes, but
w<« replace old tube-, wub new
tubes JiOiiW. Second St.
HIGDON GRANITE COMPANY
10IS-K20 Weal Maia St
Qaarrttn and ■■naractarvr* at
Mausoleums, Monuments and Tablets
Suld direct from Ouarry
Phase Walaat 72t4 . OKLAHOMA CITY. OKU.
The Oldest Chartered Chiroprac-
tic College in the World
Telephone Walnut 360
WHUfd Carver. IL L, 0. Pro. 114 Orm
— ^ * t*«M. IL I.. Iffiv lid Bav 5ml
521 W• Mntli Street, Oklahoma City, Okla.
$2.00 ind Up — $2.50 With Bttk
of ribbon flowers posed against it.
To Place Ruga.
Pups should not be placed corner-
wise In room, but should follow the
lines of wulls and furniture.
COfYHGHT rr vcmun NfVVMtt UNIOfS
The tennis matches have evidenced
a decided tendency among the feminine
spectators toward white buckskin or
canvas oxfords with black or brown
leather trimmings. They are worn In
many cases with white wool hose
clocked with black ur silk hose and
Look for This Emblem
When You a. Get Glasses
ALL KINDS'BUILDING MATERIALS
Phone Walaul 7S1
Standard Roofing & Materia) Co.
330 Security Bid,. Oklahoma Ct),. Oh).
West the Dentist
for Leo Money
129} WfST MAIN STIIET
Phone M. 1463
For Best Results
Ship Your Live StocK to
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO, Inc.
Paid-np capital, I1UO.OOO
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
The Larcnl and Beat Equipped Automotive
Radiator Plant in Oklahoma
Maker* and Repairer*
' Third Si. at Harvey, Opposite
Post Office. Pkoac w.lnut 2222
Oklahoma C'iti. U. S. A.
Mill' (18 YOLK ltAl>IAT4 Ktf
Delco. Kl&ion Rerry. Auto Die, North Ear>t
Parts and Service.
All Makes of Starters, Generators Repaired.
Metropolitan Electric Service Co.
Phone Maple 83
Fifth §♦ Robin 10a Oklahoma City, Okie.
Flat pi lis may become h part
every hat ere the keason progresses,
for milliners are thruhtint; them
through many crowus*
It is your guarantee of efficiency,
and the holder of same is backed
by the State Optumetrical Assn.
The OPTOMETRIST ALONE
has proved his ability to properly
fit your eyes with glasses, by pass-
ing the Oklahoma State Optom-
etry Board and is the ONLY
Ship Your Live Stock
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS
Neatly done — finest workmanship. Also
| your Old Clothe* Cleaned and Preeeed
I to look like new Wrap in paper, send
parcel post; we do the rest promptly,
j* , 470 NORTH
.1IJI li i.'i' i.i wi C|TY
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