Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 155, Ed. 1 Friday, September 29, 1916 Page: 3 of 12
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY SKITKMHEK 2i. 191C.
Order by Mail Sent Prepaid.
Toilet Goods Save Money
5X 1 1 nt I'n Honey a i I
Almond ( ream ....
JOe Semprr liiovitie
25i Sanitol I ai e I ream 1Q
5th. t'a-;nrti ( it-.im QQ
l.ir U v
$1 (Ml Dt-Ut.nii'
5h Java Hu t J'.m1 r
25c Colgate's ( oli! (ream
2.V Metinen's 1 ahum 15c
.15c l'ompci.ui NiK'it Cre.un
25c Kolytios Tooth Paste 20 C
$1 () Handeiine
50c Nadinola Cream
15c I troxnlrnl .vtlroen 1 A
$lm Atnea'l . Powder (Jq
Stir I "mill's IvHIK'
J.'i Unit N'u 19C
$i i x 1 1 iiiinir 85c
JSt Colgate's I lit.il (team 2Q(J
Jl SU ( Itu tit il t ft-.im
XV Met. olw .1 Was
Sth l..thl.n lit- Powder
sjk r i. no i ootii paste
J?i Hi lot i. no
I.. .. . .
Mil Itlftalll's MlllsWeod
JSr t lltn in .1 Soap
S l-.Ys.tll 'I ooth l'i-tf 20C
Ibank must advertise
SAYS LOS ANGELES MAN
Manager of Publintv of Cattfoinu In
titution Tells of Business
K SS ITI'Y. Mo. rt A-l
veitisniK is as neessar In a hanl a -'o
any otliir line of hiisiniss I. l
Williams tol.l the liankris of the .n
" K hank set turn i t tin- met ai
l.ink-r i avsiM itnm Mi Mi illi.ttiis
r tnaMai.er of pnhhi i'v. a new hti-ines
ili'l'artnirnt for the " tinn ltn-t and
Saunas hank nl I -s Visiles
"Vi aiht-itismi; ni.ni or liM'i. Invv
ever" cleilaieil the sn aket . "i an "-it
ink! in his New Y.ith I'tti'C 1 1 v i -1
irMii'lK f a general V.ind that will
til I a 1 1 k in a!l ..nN of the iniinttv
I he lint li I - inn I he i h.i'ii:nl t tit
the i .minion in e.o h l.n aim
"Whitliii I .inks he lar.'e or small
' i ' or i . nnt n . thei e is i 'tie pi nut
uliite all inn t hiKiti it the are to In
iii i ps-dil in p-tlmi; in u .ninn- ai
nnt-. or am other kniil. at-d thai
1'int lies within the hank A If lit r
r tashier with a K'imh Mill waste a
thole veai's advertising api"pn.i'i n
What iloes it avail it ni advertise loit
'he man with a il .llat is as welioine
in tlie man with a thousand if the ma"
with the d-ll.ir (mils that it i - n't so."
A Safety Razor Free
An oppot utility for every man
in I ll.lahoma to ow n a Safety
Kaor A thoroiinhlv iraitnal
ami elf n lent I hit ham I tuples
free with a Ihirlum I tniilex Kaor
hl.Hle at 1 K !'.! Il mie of thes
lades ih ilonhle edited ami K"'"l
for li-ri smooth shaves tine
hlailc lOr. Haor free.
Here art? two pcrials in Kodak I'rtfnmeil ex'iii-itelv lasting
Alliums I'liaroali silk cloth rover ami refreshing. Meal fur the hath
loose leaf 75c. Venus leather
cover loose leaf 1.25.
I. teaks liar I water. I'mt hottle
25; lull pint sie
guaranteed two years
Maroon rubber 2-q uart size five
feet of heavy rapid flow rubber
tubing- metal tut-off and three
hard rubber pipes.
WESTFALL DRUG CO.
Rexall Remedies Huyler'a Candies
Genuine 2-celI Ever-
Ready Mattery Flasti
Light up the
house in fine
style. Their in-
s t a 1 1 a t i o n
means economy in light consump-
tion too. Our fixtures will pay for
themselves in a short time. We have
some labor and time.saving contriv-
ances that will interest you. Come
in. Demonstrations free.
'' SUPPLY CO.
120 W. MAIN
None But CERTIFIED Fashions
li oii have ainllim to sell that i an
he honnht h telephone an .nhetti-r
mint in the telephone lnelorv with
it i i n illation . IMM) w ill In im; ie
suits - A.l-..
ON DELEGAJI0N PRIZE
Oivitiion of Piomisfd Awaid Likely
Today; Two Counties in
The romnnttre appointeil to awanl
the ptir to the (ountv semlini; the
latyest dili-fiat ii n t- the ilemoiratii
rally at the State l air Ihurs'lay was
nnahle to reai h a l-i init tip to tinoti
It was siiiKt-sterl that the prte of
JllKI he ihvuleil hetweeii the Jetferson
aii'l Mi Intosh roiinly iele((atioiis whirh
were the largest m the rity ami this
pr'hahlv will he done tins afternoon.
The $Hlt prir for the host hand
was divided hetweeii the miners' hand
from Krehs ami the Jefferson romity
hand. I Ins was done at the State l air
Ktonnds yesterday afternoon.
There was a (jetieral evdns of dem-
otrats from the city this mortimi; al
thoiinh sevei.il hundred remained over
to meet the editors at the l air todav
More prohahly would have remainei i
hut they were nnahle to srriire hotel
I'llited States Senator Joseph T. K'.h.
itisuii of Arkansas who wat the speak-
er of Thursday left this morning for
his liotne in Little Hi irk. An aiidieme :
of 70011 ptrsons at the Auditoriiitit
I hiirsday nii;ht heard hint sflVak on the
a hievements of the demorratic na-
lional adtnmistration and defend the
president's fotein polnies. wlmli he
ln hired had kept the t'nited States at
prat t amid the eniovnn nt of the .reat-
est prisperity in the history of the tia-
ID! I I I V-
It is iinw that "lit- appart 1 niotn rearhes the hih
tide (if autumn ami winter complftt'iit'ss. It is the rare-
ripe time the exait mirneiit fur iiickinn1 your new suit
(iat or dress! Let us assure u rejranliiik' th styled
the workman-hip the materials. They are certified
(lie vi rv fine-t. In the last analysis we deal in satitfac-
tion. Our aim is to have ymi recollect with pleasure the
purchases ym make at Kerr's. To achieve this if sell
exclusively 1ih'. merchandise.
Tailored Suits $15 $19.75 $25 $29.50
$35 nnd $50. Tailored Costume $59 to
$150. Coats of Bolivia Cloth Wool Velours
Mixtures Plushes and Broadcloths 15 to
$50. Beautiful Dresses- practical Serges
Satins and S.IUs $14.50 $16.50 $19.75 $25
to $100. Keep in mind that Wooltex Suits
are sold here exclusively in Oklahoma City.
The following blankets at the
following prices are exceptional
values. We do not think that
we shall be in a position to re-
peat them later on. The market
is tiKhtenink' and mills are
oversold. May we sup'K''' nit'
you supply yourself against the
1 t.. c. ...... r I..1...-
in 1'iit i iii. nt i "i i . i -1 ii i
tomorrow only. Fourth
For Girls-Third Floor
To et your name in the new d
rrrtory in bold fare type call I'll X -200. i
SHORT ON CANDIDATES
MlXNF.AIOI.ls7 Minn.. Sept. 29.-
I'red It. W'heaton chairman of (he state
demorratic committer announred here
tndav that Minnesota democrats will
not attempt to fill out their state t'lkcl
and for the first lime in the history
if Minnesota they will have no caudi-
lates for srrretary of state treasurer
or attorney petterat this fall.
Sent anywhere shipping charge' prepaid.
Blankets at $8.95
I Plaids in pink hlne
Blankets at $3.95
Wool I'laid Illankeif - lame Llork
plaids lsHI) mi lies. Pink . hhi tan
Mark and red ld.e-k
o.l I Maids in pink Mne jjrav
it!. I tan Sie 7lxSH jr. lit-.. ( li;- ..f
the hr-t values in the entire t"ik.
Blankets at $6.95
Wool. Made expressly lor Ken's.
7'M inrhes. Iat te 4 nu ll hloi k
plaids in a variety of colors. Special
Baby Blankets 29c
Teddy I'.e.ir PlankrK in kinder
Kartell patterns pink or Mile. .'"s4'l
Spet lal 1 t i lav and Saf.ir
."V. Kenularly SDr.
im in s
Peter Thompson Ores'es in
l.ir-e ii-s - ii Is' nl juniois'
the i "llai are ttmmied in hiaid.
Ki- I tie- i' 'l to IJStl
I Yti i I h iinpsott I Iresses for
aKi - ii to 14 yeats Navv hlne
seine Miters with plaid waists
and navy hlne skirts Others in
t'l red or t opciihaneii-- $i 5V
Peter Thompson 1)1 esses in
ais'es 2 to i Navv I oprllluKen
and te-l .U?0.
A style in navy hluf plush hl
a tan dush hell-$16.50.
'I here is a padded lining in this
tnat of hlaik pluxh-$ll).
( hildren's Phtsh Coats in agf
2 to ti self trimmiii( f'j.OS.
drav ( liiurhilla ( oats in ae
H to 14 finished in hlark velvet
Others ami others $i SO to $49.
The New Middies
They are Letter made than fnr-
mrtly. the materials arc filter and
tin- r it e- ate the same t less.
White with helt -slipovrr ni
hnttoiird hlaer stripe trimming
Of linen in colors. Full sizes
hiittoiiinK at the front $1.50.
Plain white finished in braid
poikets lace front h'Jc.
f it tiers at 50c. All white or
white with colured collars.
o Pair of
tet tory in
your name in the new tli-
liold fare type call IT!X-2tl:l.
j Your last chance for four months
to have your name appear in hold fare
type in the telephone directory. Atlv
Remarkable Suits for Boys at $6.50 Tfi
These suits at $f).r)() are the Boys' Store's "best foot" forward. The woolens in them are pure wool and as hard as
nails; that is they will successfully withstand the robust sen-ice to which a lively boy is likely to subject them. Cheviots
and worsteds every inch wool proven so by tho acid test. Checks plaids and warm-toned cheery mixtures. It is tjie
making however to which we would direct your attention. Kvery stitch is firm every wear npot reinforced. There are
two pairs of pant.s with each suit.
Boys' Mackinaws Special $5
They are wonder value!" the best we h ive ever been able to offer at $5. Splendid
warmful woolens in handsome plaids dark rich colors. UeKulation mackinaw styles
in ngoA 1 to 18.
Cadet Blouses 50c
I lardy cotton materials absolutely fast
itlet stvlrs. A larj;e variety of new and wear-
THE KERR DRY GOODS CO. OKLAHOMA CITY
Dapper Railroad Promoter Known
Here Admits Forgery After Film
Company Begins a Short Career
Entire samplo line sold to us Fri-
day at 50c orvlhe dollar and will be
placed on sale here Saturday only.
There are 365 shapes in this lot and
will not last long. So come early if
you want to get a
at 60c on the dollar. All styles and mostly all black. The
best bet of the season. 100 trimmed hat.s from
$2.00 to $10.00
225 W. Main St.
I'niler the name of Al Weston Monle
Westlnw one time railroad promoter
blue sky salesman and heart breaker
pleaded Kf'l'y ' forxery in Kansas
''ity yesterday. Westlow once breeed
hnniKh Oklahoma City as the intend
ed builder of a railroad from here to
the Panhandle of Texas lie (jot
plenty of "moral support" t?ot no
money anil tlodKinx a hreaeh of prom-
ise suit moved to Little Koek.
Weston or Westlow- has bad a troub-
lous career recently. A few years hkh
he became secretary of a commercial j thotiKht.
club in a Central Texas town thai
wanted to he placed on the map it) i
hlackfaced letters. Westlow was all en-
thusiastic about it. As he talked the
rilirrns of thai beautiful but ipiiet vil-
lage could see the smoke stacks rfrow-
iitK from the fm tnry site down near the
railroad His wife was enthusiastic
too about thai town. Morde hail done
such wonderful (hums in other plates.
Wife and Baby Appear.
Commercial club members were just
KettiiiB into that frame of mind wheru
they fell almost willitiR to pay their
dues. Then a little woman came to
town with her child lookm for her
husband The situation almost dis-
turbed the tlapper secretary's fioise.
F.ven the best of explanations hardly
settled lite tiestions and Morde left.
A town in the Panhandle needed
boosting and the promoter took the
job. Tnere was Oklahoma City off fo
the northeast. Whv not a railroad to
connect? Sure. The cotnmerrial dub
paid Westlow three month's salary and
lie came to Oklahoma Citv to secure
the support of the ( Jiainhcr of Com-
merce. Again Motal Suppoit.
The Oklahoma City Chamber ol
Commerce was willin to (jive moral
support and koo'I wishes to the pros-
pective nmd. Westlow tajked of fit
ttire purchase by the Rusk Island
weeks atio urbanized a film company.
He needed actresses and advertised fur
'lieni. I he uitls t ame. He saw and
roinniered the heart of one I hev wete1
mairied. I 1 I It IM I'SON' FALLS Mont. Sept.
Hut anain Wrstlow's smoke ruin's ' J") - A C. Thomas repuhlitan chair-
disintf grated A b.u ker found a ihek!man of Sanders county was shot ami
on wlm it ttie signature was taisc
Wt-stlow now known as Al Weston
was u rnsed He admitted the fault
and tiothw iihstandiiiK the tears of the
bride of a month pleaded iu It v to
seriously wounded here bv Miss Kdith
Colby a newspaper woman. Mii (Col-
by's reason for shooting she told tht
sheriff after her arrest was that
Thomas had insulted her. Word from
Missoula where Thomas was taken
for treatment was (hat the fnan't
condition was extremely critical.
F.ven a contract was let with Rtadrrs
Hut real money was held bark.
Itetwrctv promotions Westlow sought
insptra.ion Itu. as the dream of the REGIMENTAL ADJUTANT
lanioan lanen tnere was iroiinie i ne
promoter could not support attf ab-
sent wife without some real money. So
a liirl sued for breath of promise. Ok
lalioma City was not tiuh a fine place
after all. Westlow left In .l.tt;le
Uock he promoted a few tbinns in-
rludinK Morde Westlow
Organises Film Company.
Kansas Citv next called Morde
He went there and a few
DIES OF PERITONITIS
I". I. PASO Texas J" - ('apt
Fdwin P. T hompsoM. admit reijimt ntal
adjutant of the Twenty fifth Tinted
States infantry died at the military
hospital at Fori llliss vestcrdav of per-1
itonitis Hi- father llrii; den. Milton
Thompson retired lives in I.os An-
200 Ladies' Coats at a Big
Special For Saturday
$35 Silk Plush Coats tho new styles $25.00
$15 Fancy Coats all sizes Saturday $8.98
Ladies' Fancy and Plain Coats $12.50
Men's $G.OO Shoes
Men's $20.00 Suits
To These Clothes
are the clana of the
Any fabric or color you
desire at the price you want
Separate models for men
and younjr men
$15 to $40
The classiest suit la towa for
young men tht doublt-bruUi
pinch back. Set our big thowtag
THE 3TORF AHEAD"
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Stafford, R. E. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 155, Ed. 1 Friday, September 29, 1916, newspaper, September 29, 1916; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc170144/m1/3/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.