Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 155, Ed. 1 Friday, September 29, 1916 Page: 4 of 12
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1916.
DRIVING OUT CATARRH
If renjl knew how th prenrs
fr culnrrn is a coiimuni menace
Ihry would has inuio f IL It
liifrnta (Km part vt (h .-ll. utfly
tliuMi-fl iiiniy ami In.iK' u ui-i. fk
thun thrnwiiitf mi th mlnr it.ui
nu.r Hi .ill lliflr i"liur if wmk. It
a(liril a raretully repiirril
beil (it tin- Merlin i f mi l" unp.
lUtllTI'UlllMN IIIUl lITH lllll'iliU. It hi
Ulcait.iliK'H Katun-' drlir.il- plan
an in make imbIII u-i'nm. Ii.iy
fever ami other r pli.ttury 'l'-
orilrrn. It ircBil unul It lii ioin.
vnl.-tiilr. Hum Involving many or-
Kan iiU'l tli-hlliMUmr lm entii'i
aymrm with erl"ii nuiilt '.
t.'nturrh m eamly li. !' !. anil
It inn-ly ' II It"1-"- "
nri-ilM iiri'i r tivilirlli.il crre. tlmi.
Kr aliM"t h iir a I' lilui j- in. my
thmisuiiilH tunc fuiiti I In li I" 1 '-
riimi. ii v.iluul'li- timl.- Willi ai"-ri.il
rtticut v in ui.irih.il minimum.
The aim l- t rl.-uii unt wane m.il-
tlT. ti lllM'rl He ltttllllll.il Inrt.im-
ma 1 1 tin. m mI t'lin- up tlv w tuil" aya-
1 1-in. In aihth wlllliu:ly tinilfy
tliut It lia il'Hix nil trn uiiil even
mure fur t.it.irrlinl miffY t ei h. What
It hna tin" It tha lift pro-.f nf
what It will tin. You m.iy nly on
In tal.h-t fiirm It It pleasant to
take unil iiiv to UiImliilKler.
the I (1 e a I
n t effects
anil do lint
fnrin a hab-
it. I Of. 25r.
Tb Paruna Co
Kriiry innkr aronil hmnl Tt-
'patrltig ami ri iiilI-. fall mnl rr us
OAK S TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
408 Weil Main ft.
Olt'ihoma City Okla.
Phonrj Walnut 44 and 7410.
and Ambition for
"Run Down" Men
Weak Nervous Women
A mrdirinf tliat help the wrak
rrvoiis half mtk ncrvcUrvr(l men
nd women tan he linunlit cf any live
druggist !y asking (pi thrrr Kiam
Cadnmrne Tahlrts in rulrr tuhrn at
one ilnllar per tube or six luhrs for
five dollars -a full treatment.
You have headarhrs harkarhei
lliaiti icil nrtvt's. 'S r hi r auihilion is
fnnr e x 1 1 ' ii nt irs rnld nr niinili lu-art
ilutlois. kulins inactive vitality Imv
f nnlidrni r none life aeems hopeless.
' IVsjinndrncy attacks you your
friends desert you you're not interest-
ing energetic full of life and vitality
Your health improve arhes art
banished ambition returns; blond cir-
culates freely powet fully; nervousness
disappears hrart becomes normal or-
ganic troubles form ted vitality re-
newed contidriii r restored and life hr-
Comes brighter your frirnds find ynu
f Interest admiir yur strenKth your
riaRnetism; wlmli is another word
(or smiles and joy.
All this comes brrause your nerves
Hood and vital organs feel the benefi-
cent inrdirines in three grain C'ado-
YOUK SYMPTOMS tell you that
you need a powerful vitalizing tonic
to regain all that you have lust. Try
They are guaranteed to help ynu or
money refunded by the lHarkhurn
rrodurtj Co I 'ay ton Chin I he
"Best thing in ihe world" for "run
down" turn or weak n'rvoiis women.
Price SI no at all druggists. Six tubei
for $5U0 is full treatment.
Begun by Roads
K S S C I I V. Sept I nt'ri
iu.i. ii lalmi irnt t nuluf- it!.il:.t
t.i increases i f S nuts ;m hoir
and an tight-hour day lur lilt six f.ni
. .nl shn
lu ir t
li mi r .ulf Mit-
A i) Whatt.
1. 1 tin r.nlri
..I t'n- Nnictt
ii it St I inn- pre
ill employes ilr.. irf ncu:
an Irilrratioii fl l.:i!i"t.
.is li.ni iii. iii .ii i n- i'1 ii"" '
proposals; lll.ll ll.llC I'lrll lll.lilr In 111'
1 .i 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 in ri .y ! tlir demand if
iloe- were consi h i rd li tin- labor
i-.ols it was .inlii'lini rl. Willi (! ;
Iiililv i'l titttlttr ilrtiunils being made
I 'oiil.-recs ilnl.irt il t ! -immediate
strike i mi a 1!
i mil la-t Il.tiKT i"i full! nii'iillii
h.ivr Mill! Iiailit ai)n.u ill I'l I'l Ian
l.r in tin- Ii Iri'lii'iic ilim tnri
DANCE CARD PLAYING
ASSAILED BY PREACHER
hull infill (I'lrnm llir rciuaiinlrr n!
tin- nw.il lirinvr lirlil ! St 1 .nkf"-
1 rtli.-.lil I ilini.ll illllirll. Mllllll. till
Kn I'.mki t nlif'nT Hill priaili mi
a vnlnut I inuisu.il inlrrr! In all !in
In n 1 1 1 in I hr sn'uri t i.i il immi; w.i
ill. it . 'lU'lil . iIi-m-i ir.l la-l infill li v till'
i i .ivk'-Ii-i. allli"iii;h hr aMin w
I. mi li mi il Snml.iv infill
I lr i i .n i;i lit i i i 'li i Hi. i 'l Iir is
' hi- .'ill. i Irrr; vtnaii in tin- ntv win'
I. m a--ul ll'f 'lain i- a-- a innilui I ft
Iir .li ill. Inii ild'ap-i ln-fnn- t if t-
il. !'.... ill l.r in i.'.'iii 1 1 1 'linili-
In- .i t i 1 1 1 1 ! t- in tin- nulii-i i at l I'l.n -mr;
is lllllr lirllrr ill. ill il.llu mi; hr
tn. ami' Mm i;i rt itu t;i r nil al-.ii will
In- taUrti nil m rrLiilar unlit.
hi. I uliiiirr' siilii'it inr t 1 1 1 v ' i ' j
w ilt lie " I In- alur ft a Man " 1
It's all wrong to se-
lect a plumber by
ods. The safest way
is to choose the best
in the business. For
the best Look for
the I i u Faucet.
17 South Robinson St. (
ph le hue
I- 1.1 "11!
a full and very enm-
of ulo Supplies It
tii'rn-st In call and in-
fill' goods In ion- you
Inly i'1-.ett lll'l e.
Tues and Comnietcial Bodies.
Sharp Motor Car
4irj Ninth llioadwav
I ii m i. ii it iioi ih Miisfiiic I emple
n ri ri tCnnoo
one thinks of an overcoat
and last summers salary.
We have a corking line
of overcoats at inviting-
prices. Prices you will
lie glad to 'pay. Over-
coats priced within reach
of what is left of last sum-
Heavy fall suits of
course are in order. The
Fashion-Park and Rogers-Peet
line of clothing
at .Jones-Helton repre-
sent the very type of tail-
oring and design you
CLOTHING FOR MLN
-118 WKST MAIN--
Given Special Attention.
'bf Adele (i arris on
S M KS lll-.l l. I'.KAI.M-.KU
SMITH. rcrrurv ff thr laitus
Slinlv i lull lai cil m in tlir as-
vrmKlv nmiii "I tlir t lull ami hrlil mit
a i In-i U inr i I M.iinl at lu-r in ant;rv
I'.rt au-i- "i tin- i .1' rlr-.-ii'" nr tlir
tilnlitv i'l tin- itrinriil "I tlir illlli.
tl'r wn'in-ll 11 lil Ukrn ti)i v liiiu li tmif
Willi lln-ir hu-inr- iix-it mn t li.it I h.nl
I'.-'-n uni'ii I. lit a Irw nnmi'rt .
Inn l!;r In tun- fur win II 1 li.nl firm
M .i n c I Mrs Smith hail thrtrupun
inli'itnr'l tin- thai "f iniiisr. 1 v n 1 I
r"'it I'lilv I'.ul "I tlir f-'i' tli.it sin- li.nl
I tht lint rvlrml niv h.ui'l for tlir
i link an-1 I Mii'iinn- im t.nr nilisl
li.ivr l.'lil llir talr ff niv annrr. fur I
saw the Irw winnrii ulm li.nl rrtn.unr'l
I'.nk lliriiillty !ll inr I ilrli.ltcil
Willi myvrll what I hail hrttrr iln I
.aw i mi" nl llir iirw .i.iu-r wninrii i.aiir
I'.u k inl'i tlir i in .in as il in vari Ii nf
siitiirthnik' slir h.nl Ir'l I h.nl all ili-
siir.ilini is I .iu' Inr
"Mis. Suiiih'" My "Hi- was aliftipf.
! Us (.
a . inlil and ilrtrinnm d
I vl n
pi r v
1 I i.iiM-d il sliL'htK that
nuaii ii 1 1 it lir. ii ' mi
rn K t !-:' 1 uir
la'k I" tin- i
lul. ai Jil
a In tun- I
tin- war i. nh
Im aii-r on
. Im ni pi li i
'.lld tin- i lll'l
. I tm il any nnn r I w .is In n today '
n ;i.lv In till my i.n I i'l llir umtrait
' Il is nntliing tn me that unr i lull Inisi-i
t i"k n mm h time as to t omiit l
! im- to ml my talk Ii ynu wish to dis
i continue further lertuies tli!it is our
I privilege but 1 must insist on bring
paid for tins altrrnoons time.
I noticed the nlhrr women look nl
e.u h oilier as I spoke of her plea that
the club w.H ton pour tn pay any innre
than $-11 a Inlitre From a remark I
had heard belnrr Mrs. Smith rame in;
I had earneil that llir i tub had author
iril Inr In nl!ri im' S.'.i a Iriturr
iii'l that hrf own p.u Miiintiv was ir
s 1 1 .iisihlr for thr lowrt ed price
The Joy of Faming
-she lii"keil at the imilri st.niiln u (.n rs
nl llir other i luh wiiien. saw the news.
I iprr w 'mail's admit slippmi; tnwaid
the group as slie sieiited .1 "slnri." and
i hanged ttnnt in an icl-daiit.
"It ically is imt imrlli talking abmit"
she said loftily. "If your tune is i
i.ilnal'le." willt a covert sneer "of
mill se we -hall Kin- mil the full
aiiiniiMl agreed iipmi. If ynu will he
here next Wednesday at J we will try
In find sntne way nl gnilig yon plenty
. I time for "in talk."
She slepped to her desk sat d own
and ill civ another check I had a w 'unu-
sual iiolinii that shr would have been
heller pleased if she could have signed
in v death warrant. Iltoiluig it. sip-
lose and held it .u! li.w.nd me With
an an nl' Imred nidi I fi rin e whnh I
could not help hut ad'nire. angry as I
1'or I knew that she hated tne most
mrdiallv. l-yen through the glmv of
1 i ighti'oiis triumph that was mine as I
took the ihcik and walked away I
realinl this shr was a proud minuii
llll.ii i ll-tolllt d In lelilllls or lehllkes
had i.uiscd her humiliation in her own
slrongh Id I knew thai she would
newt loigel il
I i tit mi fret f.iiily dani'ed with joy as
! huirird homi Mard I he unpleasant
minimis t the aHeniooii weie wiped
Mom mi mi ml as il they had newt-
I "'en banished hy llir loin h of the chei k
lor !s..'u. i Int. Im tinhtly m niv band
II wa. the tirst money I had earned
siine my m.irnage. Uiilv a woman
who has nine hern dependent upon any
nne else eien her best briny ed i in
understand mv feeling nl delight at be
nig "lire more m the tank- ot the wage
Dicky's Mothei's Plan.
line I bad been m.iti.el and depend-
ent but a shi'it time and link) had
been most genetntis with tuc eien tinn
ing met Ins tangled tmanual affairs
In my guidance. I!ut il was generosity
there was the sting I knew thai
llhkv "d '.Ml deep m his hrail" as the
iluhlien mi had no loncrptinn ot mat
iiage a- a yloiilieil pal tin rhip mh 1s
I had dreamed of when I niatiied him
I In k wished In he the giver of ei erv-
lliing nialeri.il. tn make nie the rccip -ienl
I knew tli.it It galled him tn teel
thai I was doing iti)thmg I i earn
money. If I could I would have Yielded
In his wishes !ut
sitouger llian eien
iny l"ie tor him
llir knowledge of lu -- displeasure
however dampi ned mv enthusiasni as
I uiiil rl home I lesolied I i say noth-
ing of the meeting or Us happenings
when I should srr him
Mv inoiher iti law hoiveier ordained
n! her m ise
"Well Margaret'" she en'laimed.
cheerily as I entered the room. "I hope
you had a pleasant tune Come oiei
brie Inside me and tell us all about il "
She was half sitting half lying mi
her bed het cushions piled cosily
around her lnk was siting on the
side ot the bed He rose as cnleted.
Willi llir little an ol dilernilial cour-
tesy wbiib is one ff ihe most f.mi-
t aluig things about hnn
rs. do tell lis all ah"llt it" he
ei hoed iviih an audacious ntimn rv of
his tn. it lui tmir "Win- (he dear old
gills pi nperly siinpt i-ssi d
His easy banter trlliwd tile I had
ft aieil i.nisin i t 1 1 it i Mil I 1 1 it-tl to an
swer linn after Ins own fashion.
'' I hey were simply paraKed with
awe" I relumed laughingly.
"I et us hope 'awe' is the right label"
llnkv :iul drvnutlv "ful if some
other brand f looird rtn "
"Kich.it d !" said Ins innihrr impa
tieull) "do be ipnet I want to heal
iihonl this. Ihd you nio grtting hail
to wot k Maigarri'' I 'liout'l imagine
on would "
Something in her mauiiet a loin!
eageiness bade tin- hiMiite befote an
swell1 g I again In aid nn oimi inen
i. the nettling win tits my niothei
i" law n nuii h in livi of my ilmm;
this i Hit s nit- vtnfk ff whiill she kmii
1 In i son disapprotT'l
pteiMotnlioti of the aii-wei Mupt
'fitt nie as I ii-spi'tide I in In r nue-tinii.
Order by Mail
We pav the shipping thaiges
and guarantee to please from
every point of view. All orders
given closest attention.
Ending the Week With a Busy Saturday
Shoes That Fit Them All ! 100 Suits to Sell
Bought to Meet the Demand
Smart (lOotiwin's Shoes lor Women $7.00 and up.
Kducator Shoos for t'hiUln'ii $2.25 to $4.00.
O 1 -1-
Mill End Sale
Case after case of short lengths
and null ends bought specially to
save you money. All of the high-
c l ercales
A (me lot i sho't lengths in
slanilaiil .If'-iiiih peri ale Ivegu-
lat IJ'.c and 15 value. All
desirable colors and patterns
Solid case to sell a yard loc.
U'jc OUTING 10c.
'I en to Ji) yard lengths splen-
did weight and colors. J7 inches
wide. A real 1" c value a yard
1 2V2C. Fancy Ging-
ham I Oc
S I a tnlard ipialili . 1 hecks
Mriprs plaids etc. last inloit
2? on lies wide M to JO yard
pu-i i s. A yard 10c.
10c Bleached Musi in
A 'olid case of ime. aid wide
suit finished bleached muslin .t
to IS yard lengths. Worth 111 the
bolt bk and IJ jc. Special 8 1 -3c
01 1.' yards $1.00.
I5c Cotton Halts
9 for $ 1
Our spei ial 1J nr. Halt Setupn-
Inusly clean in sanitary loll
lovclv sot cotlon Inr comforts'
1 Jc each or nine foi $1.00.
Have You Seen Our Hats?
Wonderful Don't You Think?
Other Hats up to $25.00
And some for more These exclusive models are the exact copies t
ni masterpiece ni Ihe country's undisputed designers of ladies' hear-
ge.ir Heauliful beyond auv measure and considering the ipialily they
ate not dear at the price. Pleased to shmv you.
Hats for the School Girl
arc ihiwi..K a nirp lot of prvit faMr tlylinh liat for the sdmnl
hum. rry drMraldr material in tUc larr and stnullrr ilmpc. mod-
mil' ijf 11 u ni.
I had not long to wait belore it was
' Do ynu kiifw." she said with an air
ff )iist 'living sfhed a dilinult proh
bill. "I believe It wuiit be a verv good
thing for Margaret to go bat k to lier
teaching I .un sun- she could get a
very fine position" sn snnhd al nie
"and I could take chatge of the house
1 thoroughly enp'V cveiy detail of run-
ning a house while Margaret detests
I hail no tliance to answer hrr. even
if I could have found words pi do so.
lor Ihiki sprang to his fret.1 white-
lipped ami furious
"Of all the rot I ever listened to this
is the him!" he cried. 1 heti as he
raught a warning look saw Miss Son-
n. Mr tiioirr ihat's mosili water
smif the war started it's more nrarli
a0 wa'tr than ever due me Red Cross
Call Clue llial's a two-ounce p.n kagt
ol ie.il g'Hiihiess. You should see nil
i lollies I )tist lan't keep from smiling
oil! loud Adv.'
13-215 217-210 HAM ST. FORS4CRLV OKLAHOMA CITX OHLA.
Brock Dry Cooos Ca
I Ins siore looks forward not back It pic-
ture llir child as the grown-up and remem-
bers that after all a satisfied customer is the
l est advertisement a store can have. Hrttrr
than lVv prices without merit better than
broken promises better than building business
simply for the day and hour. So shoes sold
in this department to boys girls or women
MI'S I SAllsl- Y or they must get their
money back. Wr air bidding for a permanent
patronage fiotn all the family.
READY FOR ALL FOOTWEAR NEEDS.
A COMPLETE LINE OF POPULAR PRICED
j Specials Main
A lot of good things (or out-of-town shoppers and homefolks a
well. In some instances the savings are large
Bath Robe Blankets at $2.98
Willi cords and frogs to match A beautiful lot of color cotnbnia
lions and pattern Some are reversible. I-.m ellent ipialttv Sec TosKi
im lies. Ilrsl you'll see at near the pi ice e.uh $-'.98.
Silkoline ComfortsS for Baby $1.25
I he silkoline coverings are in dainty nursery patterns the linings are
nlkoline in solid colors blue and pink elegantly finished Sues -ISo-l
im he. On display in our New IHanket I'epartincnt e.n h $1.23.
A complete line of Baby Blankets 48c up to $.1.50.
Kimono Flannelettes New Fancy Percales
13c AND 18c.
I launch-ties heavily fleeced.
Invery attractive- kimono pat-
terns J8 inches wide. See them
before the selection nf patterns
is broken. Wash Goods Depart-
ment 2 pieces 15c and lie.
Bath Towels 39c
A big li of extra weight soft
absoi benl Turkish Hath Towels
with pink and hlue borders
lioublr loop weave. Sie JJx4S
inches Worth more. Special
Hemstitched Pepperell Pillow
Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs 25c
A magnificent new lot of washable spot proof Crepr dr Chine Hand-
"kerchiefs tor women soini toiois ami Ihe (wo-tone effects Ihstimlly
nrw. Kach 23c
the Price is Conservative
If yotl really have not had the pleasure of .see-
ing thr new arrivals it will please you to call
SOME WONDERFUL VALUES
at $7.50 and $10
A lug lot of them riaihrd us last night by ex-
press Some of those latge velvet shapes and
ipnte a few of the smaller ones. The price is be
nig arranged at this moment and they will lie
rrady for your approval hy the time you read tins
ad Something like a hundred hats in the lot
ami at 7.3U ana iu im v are inr marvel in me
season for you can easily be suited. Atl the sea-
son's good culms
net eome noislesslv forward with n lift-
ed cautioning hand lie lowered his
"I beg your pardon mother for
speak'iig so roughly hut what y.m pro-1
posr is utterly impossible. Margaret is i
mv wife and she must he the mistress!
of my home.
To get your name in the new di-
rectory in hold face tvpe call PHX-J00
The Place Where Yoo
Get Your tooneys Worth
All Rubber Heels.
' Ladies' Sewed Soles.
IV k fit y"'ir hoc wtillt to "lit
or mil (or incl tUllnar fit
0. K. Shoe Hospital
riinitu Wtlnut IISS. I0T N. noblnaon.
From $35 to $45
CHOICE nH nil I TOMORROW
DOZENS Or DIFFERENT STYLES
THE LATEST IDEAS FOR FALL
Oitginally there was ISO suits; alter today's filing
thrre is approximately 100 suits leit. They will all go
tomorrow Doiens uf examples of skilled tailoring in
Il hi ihaiicc you have never purchased here we
want voil to inspect these elegant syits tomorrow
t t-rt it it-l as the smartest and most unusual values ever
known at this period of thr season. True we bought
ha' gains which onlv our buying facilities will permit
every suit is right liiim the showroom of Nrw
York's foremost makers.
Opossum Seal Beaver Plush and Seal Plush
ttirumeil. lustrous broadcloth suits fine American
serge suit stylih wool poplin suits wool velntir Milts
newest gabardine suit VOL K t I ! )H I'. $.'9.W.
All sues for women and misses I'letily of estta sizes
Floor West Room
13c A YARD
Two hundred and fifty pieces
of best ipiahlv .lo-inch Percales.
Heal dernian dyes did their col
oring All nrw patterns. All on
one big table in l)omestic Section
- a yard 15c.
An unusually pretty satin fin-
j ished lledspread scalloped with
I cut corners Sie HHxW inches
j White as snow and a first lime
' up bargain at $.1.50.
Cases Siie 42xJ6 inches Each 25c.
Wc arc pleased to announce the largest and most satisfactory silk
business this store has ever known.' The lathes compliment us daily oil
the selection of the slock and the littleness of the prices
Any number of J ulies are buying silks and woolens ot us and making
the garments right here in the store in the I Ul-.K SCHOOL l)- DKlvSS-
MAKING You can. It pays.
Taffeta Silk Special at $ 1 .49
FOR STA.XE FAIR VISITORS
Ihis season's ihoice patterns in plaids and stripes. inches wide.
The colors arc navy brown green Copenhagen and black predominating.
1- ira special al $1.49.
40-Inch Georgette Crepe at $1 .75
It is an excellent value every thread silk with unusual firmness in
llir weave. A full line of the newesl street ami ovetiing shads. A vard
New Silk Faille
With a bright lustrous finish
for dresses suits ami trimmings
in the corded weave effect a
i rry popular silk at a popular
price These colors arc navy
copeii African hrown Russian
green golden brown white and
black; .In inches wide.
GOVERNMENT GASOLINE !
STANDARDS PROPOSED j
W ASHINGTON. Sept. ."-Whether
a government gasoline standard can he
established tn safeguard consumers is
being considered by department of com-
mrrce officials who have received tnanv
complaints that dealets In various cit
Cooks for lc Per Hour
Hums coal oil without soot
riuhts for khIo. Big
ON EXHIBITION 116
Rail Road Faies
arc refunded by this store ac-
cording to the plan of the Okla-
homa City Knuil Merchants' a-
kociatioii any day.
I-dr months brfore we accepted
Saluco cooking utensils as the
proper fine for this stote we
searched diligently for a better
one We found some at a higher
pr it r that was no belter Some
al a lesser price thai we didn't
care to recommend We- ien-
terrM on Saluco berausr wt
found it to lie iinipiesi lonahly
correct in pi ic e and product
We stand hy every pierr of
Saluco that wc sell. I.cl lis show
A BIG ITEM
Special Today and Tomotiow
A genuine Salum W percent
pure aluminum four-pine com
lunation cooker can he used in
many ways towil : Double boiler
pot roaster steamer casserole
pudding pan colander preserv-
ing pan etc.
This cooker has all the Saluco
exclusive points of protection and
admiration. Worth $J50 special
' Visit the Saluco Exhibit al the
State Fair. See the hundreds ni
kitchen helps that they make
Have the party in charge ex-
plain ihe advantages of (hesc un-
approachable cooking utensils.
FAST ROOM S
Silk Crepe de Chine
I'.Ntra quality 40 inches wide.
The genuine article. l or dresses
waists and under garments. The
colors are purple African brown
navy Belgian blue Russian
Rreen pink niais apricot and
black and while One of the
very desirable silk fabrics for
ies have diluted ihe produrt to such a
point as in gre.uly lower its value Sec-
retary K'rdltehl said today the depart-
ment would go as far as possible to-
ward slopping ihe practice.
If i on have anything to sell that ran
he bought by telephone an advertise
inrni iu tlir telephone directory with
its circulation of 16.000 will bring re-
a minute and nee
this wonderful gas
or smoke. U. 8. and Canndian
money maker for agents.
W. CALIFORNIA STREET
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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/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.