Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 190, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1916 Page: 6 of 10
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMflS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1116.
THE ADVENTURES OF CONSTANCE
BY ARTHUR P. KEEVE
This Week'i S1017: .
Next Week "THE CLAIRVOYANTS."
tCoprtlfbt III tj tb Mti'lur Npprr ndkl
II ' . Mllll
X JES. 1 was iust reading
Y in the paier. The little
nr own apaitincnt. Mrs
laM 11 1 k ' 1 ' in
ll.T lace I.
"Vr Mr I'.i.nii.iril Iir. ml tin1
1 1'lucrsation when I hiiiiiiimii.'1 an
U'i'riluni;t.iii vveie thcic tter
It'll In- li.i'l t.i .1M111.I a ' mil 1 etvc
1 1 vvlnn
:i l .1 if In. ml vli.ii pa-
"Yon arc .it hhertv In -"
"Mrs Hrainard l mi d" I'i't under
I stand "I 1..IVC II I I C.lsi hi I'' want I"
j lllake V ' 'II -"
t I " In' I'cllllllllC'l 1
Ford Is Reckless
1 ii 1 ki m r i - wwwa
inkles CM" ii'l'lm i jcnai'lii
vtm kli.'lilrts' Hili tfsl I' liu I''
I lil .11 1' limine have I' Mi".i .11 ilv i ll
joined 1 1 fin v lord ii""i n-inn iln-
Mis I't 111!' I"". I 1 M'l'l I Ol'ip.ll t" in:
llin I'vli'inl 1I10 liiiMiii--. ln-t'.i'l i't ili-
I lie ictiti"tin 1 allege! the tost 01
lahol ami llllstaLIc lillMltris l ollilltiotis
which will at' 1111' with tin in. I "i the
I' tir )ir.ili war nuke Ml. ' I re. Ue-s r
penjiture ui the assets "f the mm tin
HI FALL OUT
li.Vccut bottle of "Dander-
inc" keeps hair thick
Girls! Try this! Doubles
beauty of your hair in
cronhonr has nut an entirely new
twist fti allairs. Ami thr h t
It is that thr financial writers all seem
to think it wan planned 1-y orthini;-
ton .iml thr test "
"Oh hann W'orlhiniMon - 1 1.111 K M"'
or. That is what I meant.
He slapped down a tiaikft of lett.ts
on the desk
"Yon-veil ii'iiml tin-in V VaspedCn
stance. She lonkcl ;il him keenly It
was evident that a (treat riylit had
heen taken oft his mind.
"Yes. indeed I knew there was i.i;i
one place where she would put them
in her sail- wilh her jewels. She would
think 1 would never supei t that she
had them and hesidi-s. she had llie com
hinati"il channel I went up to the!
house this allitnooti when she was out (
! had an evpett with 111c lie worked
two h"iirs. tradv I. lit he opened it
Here thev ale Now im the leal name"
"What do 1111 mi an . "
" mean that I nulnrd the name of
the manufacturer on vnn mil r. iIhhic
I have had one installed in the loom
svllli'h he list's most ol all I he wiles
run to the next house where I've hired
til .1 '.i 1 1 no 11! I intend to 'listen in'
there I'll eel this Wnrthmnton vet '"
Thai lulil toiislame and Hiainaid
f"r hours iu tin eini'lv apaiinienl
patienllv waiting i"i won! over the
At last their was j noise as . a door
"Show them in Iir 1 e "
"S vliil"' u Inspi red llrainanl a if per-
haps she 111 1 I it eveiv hear
1 hen c ante inore vnii 1 .
"VVorthiniilnii and I riinmi..ii." he
added. " I In-v siisici I iioihiny mi"
"llmnmmnd knows his l)imlap worn
an." said W'orthinnioii.
The detective launched lortli 111 a ti-
rade nam-i Coiistame
"Hut she is clever. I i innniond Yon
admit that "
"( lever is thev make ' in "
"Noii will have her shadowed"
"Every inomriit Mrs llrainanl"
"What's all this ahoul the panic in
"Some oihrr tune. Svlnl nd now
I't uniiiioml what do people say'"
I Iriiiiimoiid hi siiale.l
"W ell Mi W 01 illusion it is s.iid
'ou started it."
" I he d. ui e I did. Kut I kih ss Shi p-
panl and I helped it alonu We'll
the limit t flei all. it had to come
We'll lo.ol up alter it icuhes the hoi -toiu
I he sou rs tiail'd oil
"(mod ihkIiI Mis. loauianl '
"I inuht. Mis. I lr mninoiid
was w hat I w anled to know "
' I. re how 1 mi f c v ri thank m .
A Sound susiii inislv like a kis
over the wire lltainard (lemh
"(iiiod niht Svlnl. I must 1:11 now"
Aiam thr voices trailed oil '
It was srveial inmute- lore T.i.lin
3rd spoke I'hen it was In I he showed
his w oiiderlul power of coin entral i"ii
"I have a loiileieme in halt an hmii.
Constance." he remarked looking at
his wan h "It is vri v impotiai't ll
nieaiis m'ltiiiK money to suppml Motoi
on the opi 11111K loinorn.w attir I have
Rathftf.l in an. 011 what I nerd I think
I ran 1 iiiiip pictn near douhlini; inv
holdn.s 11 I p.v 11 1 it;li! I hal's im
polt.iHt I'.llt sn I this "
"I ss 1 1 1 h-ien" put m ( ..nsl.imr
I rut me Ii .u itii'i-.- else occurs
w ill I II v.. 11 "
She was at llie ..in.- (tl thr next
dav. hut not hrfoie Itr.m ud who
Inihl ail'! Itrsh. cm I1'. 'ich he Pad
hern up all mi;ht. was pumrd iir the
hattlr t In. 1 .: 1! . m t ti.
Cum o l I'.cl sv :n in at the t nt 1 1
and had 'luietiv .0 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 r 1 1 ll.e tot k
eoiilnd win. h he C ' le.1 Me was now
htllllllK ti e matk't hv I'lal.liilin orihi..
pyramidii'i; s... k wlmh he owned.
imtiK every ile.ne that was known to
his astnie htain
in up went Mot .t .. fn..vrrin( the
40 points ei.ol'i.ilK and evin i;"HiK
be vond in the re.n lion. WVr thiiiRtoti frnn
nil Mleppant li.nl In en suirei
Not for ii inoineitlilid he let up
As tin' clock oil liimtv 1 him h triu k
j the rloiing Innii ' Ci ainard wlieeled
luddenlv ill Ins chair.
"Miss llunlap." he aid ipiietlv "I
islt that M'll would tell W'ortlniiKtoii
nd Sheppard that I should like to see
them in the hoard room at 4 "
Constance looked at her wadli. There'
s time also It execute a little si heme
of her own I
four o'llock tame. Hrainanl loii)(jei
fasiiallv artosj to the hoanl room ln-
xtantlv (oiislanee had the teieiver of
the microphotie at hri e.n sttaininR ti:
tatih every word and to make hotel
of the s..rniv siene. if necessary !
Iltr door opened ll was Svhil Hrain-rd
'llie two women looked at eai h other A lindaclie remedy without thr dan-
toldlv. Jptistaiur was thr first to Rers of "headache medicine." Relieve!
ipe-ik. .7 j headache and that miserable feeling It m
Mr lltainard" she heuan "I asked cohN or rongestioi) And it at at oncel
you to come down here-not Mr J Mttstero'e is a clean white ointment
WorthinHton. More than that I asked n"de with oil of miutard. 'letter limit I
the office boy to direct yon here in- fn'tslard plaster and dues- trnt Mister !
trad of to Inn office I in you see iiat IVed only externally nnd in 110 way can
mmhinr?" allert Momach and heart ni lomc in-1
Sybil looked at it without a 11 on nf leftjal medicinei do. .
reco((nition. Ir-xcelletit for lore throat hronrhitis
"It is a microphotie detective. It wax fro"P. stiff neik asthma neuraluia con-
the Installinir nf that marhint In the "'''" plenriay theunmttani lumhaBu
hoard r.Kim which you interrupted the a" I'1 cf" f tie t'lik or j niitx
other ninht" spraim tore tmisclci. hruises chilhl am. I
"Vix it tleressatv that Mr. Ilraiiurd ro"r Url- oM of the chest (it ott.-nj
ihould nut his arm around you fr fr'Y"l f ... i
thitf" inmiired Mr llrainanl witln JV u osP"a'
"I had jnt jumped from the (aide
ami had almost lost my balance - that
was ill" punned Constance impertnrh :
ahly. Another of these microphouf
ltjJro'iivis totd me of (.uiumatnju
W'llhm ten tiunutts aller an appli-
cation of llaildrrine von 1 an tmi find a
siiikIc tt.nr ot dandiult 01 I .i 1 1 ni n hair
and your alp will not 11. h hut what
iv ill ph .i-e wni most will he alter a
lew weeks' use when v.. 11 see m w hair
fine and downy at first ve. Put te.illy
111 vv hair yiouiHK 'l over the si alp I
Inile I landerinr immediatidy
doubles the hraiitv of voiir han No 1
difleieiue how dull fa led I. no!.' anil
s. ratKv iit mois'i 11 a 1 I .'h w nil
I . in. let me .111.I . 1 cii'l1 ! 1 w it
inioiien win ikim 'a ; nail
at .1 time T he effei t is atnai-
1 1 v "in 'cm will In- lit. I. I In: 1 v .mil I
vvavv. and have an .ippiarame ot
ahu'i'laiHi ; an on omparahle hisitr
ol't'e.s in I hixntiaei e
del a 25 cent bottle of Knovvlmn's .
Ihimleru;'' Itom anv drm.' oie or
toilet lonnlii and pnoe that voiit hair
is as pretlv and 'oil as mv 1h.1t it '
ha hei n mvh iled ot minted 1 are-
less (iialinenl that's all v.ui Mnelyi
ran have heailtilul I1.1 11 ami lots ..1 it 1
if vou will just tiv .1 little hiii'litine
I U'm v4 1 1 llllll
DRIVE AWAY HEADACHE.
Rub Muatrndo on Forehead '
Omc Mm. jipyamiaCy Imds at Ywr Maw
The Pacific Glass Casket Company has
purchased from J..W. DeCamp of Blackwell
Oklahoma Patentee of the wonderful glass
burial casket the exclusive ripht to manufac-
ture and sell the tflass casket in seven and one-
half of the following Western states: Cali-
fornia. Arizona. Nevada. Oregon Washing-
ton Idaho Utah ami-the west half of Colo-
rado. These states have a population of some-
thing like ten million people and the death-
rate is estimated at 200000 per annum. The
Pacific Glass Casket Company proposes to
manufacture sufficient burial caskets to sup-
ply the demand which we believe will be
something like 125000 to 175000 caskets per
annum. We are sure we can do this from the
fact that the glass burial casket hermetically
seals and is water and vermin proof and will
last in the earth forever and will not permit
our loved ones to lie in a pond of water as is
usually the case with most of the caskets that
;ue now in use.
KHMKMBEK. OUR CASKET IS A CASKET AND
VAULT COMBINED Therefore there is no compari-
son between it and any other casket manufactured at the
present time and they will be put in competition with all
other grades of burial caskets even to the common
wooden ones. The price will depend on the size of cas-
ket and the grade of trimming used. Therefore the man
in limited circumstances can put away his loved ones in
a casket that seals and protects them from the elements
of tte earth as well as the rich man.
We believe we can make an average profit on each
casket of Ten Dollars; and should we be able to do this
and sell 175000 caskets per annum our company would
be able to pay a very large dividend on the entire capi-
talization from the profits on the casket alone to say
nothing of the other glassware which this company ex-
pects to manufacture.
We understand from good authority that the Owen
Glass Company located' in the East capitalized at Sixty
Million Dollars paid Thirty percent dividend on their
entire capitalization last year. So beyond the question
of a doubt there is money to be made out of the manu-
facturing of fflass articles. The demand is steadily
growing and will continue to grow for years to come.
Everyone who is well informed knows that fortunes
have been accumulated from the manufacture of glass
articles. We only have to refer to The Ball Bros. who
started a. few years ago with a limited capital; and we
understand are millionaires today. The Hazel Glass
Company of the East as well as the Owen Glass Com-
pany have also made fortunes out of this business.
t A few hundred dollars invested in stock of the Pacific
Glass Casket Company will no doubt bring a return on
tri mnnev vou invest that should satisfy anyone.
Just remember there is no burial casket that can be'
manufactured that will ever take the place of our glass r
one as it fills every requirement; and therefore will be
made and used as long as there is a demand for such ar-
ticles. Just a Word in Regard to the American Glass Casket Company of Oklahoma That
Was Organized on the 26th Day of Angus! 1915 With Capital
Stock of $250000.00
Their stock has been sold and the plant built at Ada
Oklahoma and will be in operation soon after Jan. 1
1917. All of this has been accomplished in less than
thirteen months. This we believe is a pretty good rec-
ord and Atws that this business is substantial and that
thp'mM.nle of Oklahoma believe in it. We call your at
tention especially to the statement of. the American
Glass Casket Company of Ada Okla. which is 'printed
herein showing the actual cash in banks notes receiv-
able and the am6unt of cash paid out on the factory to
W. L. Peck who is Secretary and Treasurer of the
American Glass Casket Company has had full charge of
selling the company's stock and he believes that there is
no other company ever organized in the State of Okla-
homa that sold its stock in less than thirteen months
without giving away stock for the influence of men high
up in the business world to assist them. The American
Glass Casket Company never gave one dollar to anyone
for their influence.
Mr. Peck is also Secretary and Treasurer of the Pa-
cific Glass Casket Company and-will have full charge
of selling the stock in that company ' and erecting the
factory in the company's territory in the West.
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American Glass Casket Company Plant at Ada Oklahoma
t FINANCIAL STATEMENT
' AMERICAN GLASS CASIKT COMPANY
OF ADA OKLA. OCTOBER 20 1916.
Stock told ai follows:
14 Shares at $10 Oft per share $ IS.II4UII0
WW Shares at I-' 50 per share. 1iJ0.fii.8 7S
IN'LMj Share at 15 U) per ihare I.U.I 5.' 5o
f.JU) Sharei.it 10 (X) per share ( Patent Kights l ti.'.IMlOO
J5.U00 Shares Total Capitalisation $IM1rVitJ5
MONEY DEPOSITED IN BANKS ON INTEREST.
Mechanics-Atneriian National Hank. St. I.ouis Mo $ 2..M f.l
American National Dank Holdcnville Okla 5()uiii
hirst National Hank HIaikwell Okla .' KUKiliO
(.'ituens State llank Geuda Springs Kan .S.OUIOO
Iiustin State Hank Duitin Okla . 5(iOli
duaranty Hank Oklahoma City. Okla ltl.UKiai
Merchants & l'laiuera Uauk Ada .Okla S ikkuni
1 if men Stato Hank Ada Okla 7.J74 J7
First National Hank Ada Okla UxkiOO
("itiens State Hank. Coatttate Okla . 5(mkiih
Oklahoma State Hank Ada Okla (.01.151
TOTAL ON DEPOSIT $ H
Notes k'rceivahle Account ..i 7H.105J4
Kxpended on construction of factory to date 4fi.W8 III
Expended for Patent KikIih i.Jixxhki
Total expenje of organijation and sale of stotk 7.7'-iHV
TOTAI t 9114861.25
AMERICAN CLASS CASKET COMPANY
V. I.. PECK Sec and Treas.
PACIFIC GLASS CASKET COMPANY
We also call the public's attention to the Mid-West
Glass Casket Company of Wichita Kansas that owns
four state rights for the manufacturing of the glass
casket and have sold $200000.00 worth of their stock
and have located their plant at Muskogee Oklahoma
where they will erect the same immediately at' a cost of
something like $150000000.00.
The DeCamp Glass Casket Company of Memphis
Tenn. owns eight state rights and they too have sold
something like $200000.00 worth of their stock and we
understand have located their factory at Chattanooga
SO YOU CAN SEE FROltf THE ABOVE STATE-
MENTS THAT THIS PROPOSITION IS WORTHY
OF YOUR CONSIDERATION.
The Pacific Glass Casket Company has authorized
the sale of five thousand shares its stock to be sold at
Ten Dollars per share which is par value. When this
amount is sold' the stock will be advanced to $1250 per
share. We believe there are many people in Oklahoma
and vicinity who are anxious to invest their money in a
company where it will bring them a good return. So we
are offering you this chance to purchase the stock at
Ten Dollars per share while it lasts.
You will please see our authorized salesmen or send
your subscriptions direct to the office as in either case it
will receive prompt attention. i
The terms on which this stock will be sold is one-half
cash which shall accompany your subscription bal-
ance to be paid in three equal payments secured by notes
of thirty sixty and ninety days with interest at Six per-
cent per annum. Should you vish to send in your sub-
scription by mail send bank draft or postoffice order as
personal checks will not be received unless certified to
by the bank on which they are drawn; and on receipt of
your subscription the company will send to you three
notes which you can sign and return. If you pay cash
for this stock you will save six percent interest.
If there is anything" further you would like to know
concerning the company and ' its aims please write us
Mr. Peck refers you to the First State Bank and Guar-
anty Bank of Oklahoma City and to the Farmers State
Bank and Oklahoma State Bank of Ada Oklahoma.
Send all communications in the name of the company
to 100 J North Broadway until further notice.
- WANTED RESPONSIBLE REPRESENTATIVES TO SELL STOCK
MUST BE ABLE TO GIVE BOND.
W. L PECK 3ccretary-Treasurer
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Stafford, R. E. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 190, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1916, newspaper, November 9, 1916; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc170179/m1/6/?q=casket: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.