Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 297, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 14, 1917 Page: 3 of 14
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14. 1017.
This is the condition in which you arc likely
to find yourself when the winter is done. There
is one .sure wav to renew yourself that is with a
Let uh sell you a Kodak. When you know
the new world of pleasure and recreation that it
offers you will thank us for siijwHtinjf jt.
Kastman Kodaks $ to .$00.
UrownipH $1 to
Uevelopinn: and Printing.
Parcel Post Prepaid.
WESTFALL DRUG CO.
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
Rexall Remedies Huyler's Candies
BANDIT SPARES !
"Billy the Kid"
mombeird f ihi
Note: We Do
Order hv Mm'l
rMi) the Shipping Charges
Will lie Prepaid
OUTLAW FOUND AT DANCE
Sutton mid Othfi: Suit n
I' fled li v
"! .li w ill iitm-i "-r l hroig
Hi !n- -puic .!!!! I -hall 1 r tiirmltri
'lllllv the Kid." !! oi III. Wolsl
nlltl.ISS- kll.'.-.H 111 western lllt"ts SS 1 .
talking I" I'"' SuMmi. ii'. u a ir-i'Ii'iM
i.i ( Ikl.ih. .im.i ( I v I lw si i "' "I thr
c Ills I I n.i! I. hi ssa- hi II. i H. K.ni..
jilsl after ..i ..M lash I'1 1 i. .null) 1
The White Shoes For Spring f wuhoutcharge
.. in' a i nmMiiinn .1
tin ' l:si." .1 llnrnt
Two More Carloads
New 1917 Styles
All thenew finishes uprights grands and
players. The prices are reasonable and
comfortable terms may be arranged for
those who do not wish to pay all cash.
Several bargains in used pianos various
makes .$100 $110 $125 $150 $175.
Terms $o monthly and up. Ask for Bar-
gain bulletin D-77.
Frederickson-Kroh Music Co.
221 W. Main
Wholesale and Retail
Local representatives wanted in every
town in the state.
Best service re-
duced upkee p are
the essential points
in good plumbing.
For the best for the
Look for the
B. Z. (HUTCH)
17 S. Robimon St.
if you find it necessary to
hfild iTadinjf mnttrrtat an
unnatural distance from
139 Main St.
I III slots'
tinli jr 1 1 1 1 ' 1
"III a H i i lit I mi.' . f ulll paper f
.;tu i t i iii i' r i -1 ii k Inlet ssriltrn
I.i .11 I I i I Suit. 11 11 I l. a
lloina I 1 1 v . Ill w In ll l.e li lis oi thr
pill sml H1'I killing "I Hill- Uir M'l
i l.r IVii I. it i ill .it S 1 1 1 1 1 1 u r. V .'I . Ill
j Ihr r.u . f IKS.'
j Die Kill SS.I "lir of the wot "tit-
l.i u s tli.it ru i i m 1 1 sl. 'l tlir mtiiw c-l.
1 ini i"in moht air mote ..r h -s f.mi-
; ih.ir w itli In- . .nrri and liii.il taking
: off l. i.tn ctt.
I "I It it 1 . s hand had hrm Mir-
rounded iii a -null laiuli limnr nrar
lnir I t.iks S M . and knowui it
! hattlr would iit.oc. a strv sen. .lis al-
' (air darirtt I -1 . 1 1 - 1 I r r-i Sutton anil I
I miiMir t at Mi t Irs In (lint trtiir
; with tlirin
; "l tin- point in the le'irr to the
(li'.idr. I mi's mode-Is spoils thr sp.ry
fur hp sas .iltci an hour r two of
ipailivniK tlif mailer i't Inur wn
ini.r'l as ! 1 1 t; inii"ssili!c. atnl Snt-
. i .i.i.. . ...... i i. . . ... . ......
t f T illl'l V .i I IS If sirtfli imi l i . IM j
witli tlir nii'li'i staii'lni that tlicrr
wmil'l In- no "lioolinn 'lour till tliry K"l.
daik to ilirir loimalo I tut whrn
ali'Hl li.ilf w.u 1 hr v n r f 1 1 tpn t lill
ii l n.mr tlirce 11 (our inrti. i n i-1 1 iTTt
( arhlc. nr k'lli'il. ami I rcl Siltloii
!i'iili P 't nil lion Ik- a iatrl In:'
m ll is t'le ( lr
! "I ifl 'I i kii"-. aii'l so ilo I. why
lir was surf'l. aii'l I will 1(11 now tlir
reason In li.uk aliont a rai. to
llif fall n or HI. altrr tilt reward
tiad lirrn nflricl f..r tlir Kid. dead or
alur Iwith tin- l.illrr pirfrri i-d i. llirr.'
nirl ni tlir thru fronlicr tOivn ( ald-
1 wrll thrrr ..iiiik men who deiidrl tliry
would yet ihr reward ami .an wen
laid ati ordmnly.
"Ihrsr then Inns for thry wrrr all
voinm inrn liom At'liison. and thru
I'amrt wrrr I'rank I' Vllrn sou nf a
wrll to do farmer ; Kdward llannister
la Itorsr hurr. and ln iattnrr. 1-rr1
Sultiin llirse lm knew ihr Kid. a
lie was also' fnun AtJmoii I dry took
itli the nail at Wellington and fol-
lowed it to Undue- ( itv and thru tu
Medu me I.. nine thrrd'r m ardr i l ily
and fmatls l" Ha ( itv. vslirrr tliry
1 Irarnrd that tlir Kid would hr at j
Idalur ;ien h some rowlmys a frw
miles in tlir tmnitry.
I Kid at Dance.
"I lion airiMiiR at tlir damr tliry
soon saw thr uljirct of then srarill nil
ihr floor rnjoyiim ihr nld faslnnncd
(iiadnllr and while I did imt think
aiivniir was after liini hr was always
aim and wide awake ami kiinwnif; of
Ins prnwrss with a si shimlcr. tlir
hoys wailed for a favntaldr niiortuii-
its to mvrr him Imt lair in the Kht
' Ihr daiii r hrnkr up witlmnt the nprn-
'ins soiikIu fur. As tlir Kid was lra
niK the luMise hf for an instant turned
lus haik mi the rrnwd. and llannis-
Iter took iiin k ami with a sawrd dl
! U uh hrsirr. w ith ihr intention of
sho.inK him in thr h.uk Imt Sutton
ipiuk as a flash laiixlit tlir mm and
'aid Tnr shame. Im tu sluwit a man
'without KixiiiK Inm an even lurak' I he
Kid. a lie ran past tlirin said 'I red
soil will nesrr lose liy being on the
siiiare and I shall irmrniliri you."
' And il was Imt shot! tune until Silt
'ton's lifr was spared whrn others' wrrr
lint and r all know wliv.
(iiaco (listiiu:lin in n wnni charm. Thi'M- shoos
have all that aii'lrf'n'. In looking at tJ''iii ono is
likfly to think of in as ono do'i-s of hcajijrul tun-s
as things that have Imm ii studied and dorloicd and thou
ilono easily in hroad. free masterly strokes. The lines
have loveliness and deliraey. They are fluid.
Most important of all romfort. Next accuracy of
sizes. Next expert fitting hy our people.
The express has just brough:
White linen Loots laced with welted soles and
l.ouis heels. ?;.
Hand-finished lace hoots tipped covered heels.
White cloth hoots lace hand-turned Poles covered
and plated heels. $7..r0.
For misses there are low heel shoes in white cloths.
$l.:.i to $H.
Curtains and Dra
peries made free of
charge this week
Please bring meas-
urements with you.
Also many unusu-
al values in Draper-
ies and Curtain Ma-
terials. Fourth I'loor
Some of the New
ik Iront unhotird hraie-r
I wo hands o touhoii lair trms
front of Kai inrnt. Hai k and un-
der arm finished with similar
la.e Narrow l.u e shoulder straps
to mati li - stic.
SniiK filtuiK honked flout hra-
' lei e w itli hand nf w nlr t. e
a i.i'f frnnt and l.o k in slight '
sliapr. lianiient fmivlied wu)i
!; 1 1 1 to man h llody of ea"i-
lu ii . 'illumed - 5 If.
New Tub Silk Blouses
With the advent of
ppj-ing the popularity is
the till) silk hlousgnnr.1
It is interesting to study
the variety now assembled
at Kerr's to note the ex-
cellent grades of silk the
delightful yet simple
fashion of every one!
Stripes as a rule yet there
are many plain colors.
Splendid values at $2.
Gay and Sprightly Sport Suits
From the Wooltex Makers
Your safe test is "(lay and cheerful as you please hut not
crude." It's a fact that people with taste are often offended these
days w ith cheap blatant things which should never be shown much
Hut the true sport suit is such a joy that every really smart
dresser is bound to be enthusiastic about it it is so full of pic-
turesque possibilities. The right tines usually show a broad collar
a wide cuff and are made of wool velour burolla cloth or .somi-
other of those beautiful rough wool mixtures. There is no ques-
tion what our trade wants. .
The illustration gives you just a hint as to how fresh spirited
almost girlish are the lines of these H. I'.lack Company Wooltex
creations. It's a surprrse to many women to find how well these
garments for young women look upon them but it's no surprise
to us they are young women's suits for all women.
You who believe it's a duty to look your best will find these
charming sport clothes ready waiting for you to see yourself in
them in front of one of our mirrors. Come see them whether you
buy or not. $2." and more.
' Hi-fs r
Mkr Boys' Clothes Much Better ( f
Every suit has been subjected to a careful inspection. It has been passed into
this boys' store because of a perfect score. Materials tailoring and of course styles
to the mark of our rigid requirements. The chances are that unless you have in
vestigated these suits you do not know the
boys' suit-buying power of your money. Blue
Drown green tan ami me smart snepnerd
Suits in flannel serges worsteds tweeds
and Kool-KIoth. Norfolks pinch backs.
If) 5 I jLtcrcl pleated and plain box styles. $(5 $7 $7.r0
510 and $rj..r)0.
There are caps to match them at lino.
Suits made of mixed materials (cotton and
wool) at $-1. $5 and $0.
Hoys' Wash Suits 08c to $ l.0.".
Rompers begin at ."inc.
Hati and caps at 50c to $2. Fourth Floor.
( ans hum ca ins. rihlm;i tirs.
5'V; nf lidskin feather slit. lied.
I'u'i'i ' in kid and silk .ill "!-
Silk linnter. 7.V.
I' inters nf zephyr in while
rdj;rd in pink. .I.'r and ?Oi
Hiinny haliy pants. J5t 5'V and
Gowns at $1.95
l.nniii Intli and nainvM.k made
most artfully and Irimmtd in
rxtrri'irly R'Hid taste lain and
rmliiot.lerirs. arirty' without
md so to sprak.
THE KERR DRY GOODS CO. OKLAHOMA CITY
TRY A TIMES WANT AD
Stealey Hdw. Co.
202 W. Reno Wal 746
Just out nf IurIi rtnt dislrnt.
PAUL B. SMITH
ii tot Nomina-
tion ai Commli.
Ion nf Public
Hit I nuts asks landidalM for rev roiniinsiotirr-
"What ait your builntM arcompllnhmtnta?"
"Whal att you capable of Mining?"
Sunt you have put your ipinv as t alulitv on a
nioiirs Imsis. tnakiiiK it a plildu itultri. I will frankly
My iirsent in nine salary and luismess. i a little
alx.sr llitrr lhonsd )dlais a rar I own tny
own lioine and my invrsiment art tniutlv m Hkla-
Iioiim 1 1 1 y itMilrnir ptoperix.
Mv faith in the t it ws (or sears a daiU topu in
the litnrs Some proplr laiiRhrd at inv talh lull
I invested in it an am still investing I have )ii.
rnmplrteil atlolhtr rtsidtme ami will Imild two nioie
lit roitimim with mot nf us who hut had a fart
in Oklahoma 1 ily makum. I ufftted losses in the
deprtssmn that tollowtd our ho. mi tunes Hut my
faith in iht iily led me to lotiiimit In mrt rvrrv
availalde dollar in mv iraliv I am "heating h k "
(t'.d dv I
"I'm r I d llannister was killed a
slmit tune after at (iarden lily just
in the same manner that he wanted
to kill the Kid. the shot heiug filed hy
I nuis t atrnll in llmkle's drug store ai
that pla.r I rank Mini went to Okla-
homa at thr opening and dird at duth-
tie "If sou think this wmlh spare in
jour paprr. I am sure it will he of
inlrrrst to smnr nf thr old timers who
will seen il and will know why Frrd
Sutton was not killed . Hillv the Kid
at White Oaks Nk. M . and will re
ahr that ihrrr is a liltlr fin in the
worst nf ii J II. 1! '
Fine Only $19
An orditiamr was passed rsrrda
hv the itv roinnussione rs wlmh put-
sides that $1'' shall hr the masurium
fine administered in the muuiripal
toiirt Ihr ordtiiiin r provides that of
fendeis. on failuie to pa fines shall
he confined in the i it fail henii al
lowed $1 a lav while lonfiued wlmh
mav he applied on the fine
Mar Ostrholstr's io ordinance
was not sam liourd hv the inmiins-
smnrrs whii ohri trd on the Kiound
that the fine was too laiRr Ihr mayor
refused tu autpt thr amrndmrtit 4hat
fl should hr the nusmiitui (me (or
I dogs tunning hmsr hrtwrrn Maith I
j ami ( h lohrr I
Aid for Nation
IIOStON. Manh U - !he gover-
nors of the New I ngland suits after
stvttal hours' tniilnrmr "on the irt
enl disturhed (omlttion of affairs"
adnptrd rrsolutiotis plnlguig ln ir sup-
port and the support of the proplr of
thru slates let the. president In his
poln y of proterting l niter) States Inn
and ptoptitt on llit hih rai.
FROST DID NOT
Below rrrtvinc Point Record-
ed in Oklahoma County.
last night's hra f rnl did not
d.iinage the ft si it rop noiding In the
i pinion of the oi aUwrathrf fornastrr
In Oklahoma fits ihr mrtnuv wrut
down to .117. a Inlle In low thr frrri j
U K point
thrrt was not as mmh fall in tem
perature as we espeiied ami we feel
s.ire that the (tint will not he Inn I
i!nlared the wrathrr man this morn-
Colder at Altui.
K'rports from Alius and Muskogee
show that il was roldrr at those plaers
ll itt in Oklahoma ( it y 1 he thrr-
v.y 'inrlrr rradmg at thr formrr plare
ws drgrres and al thr latter .VI
Viiorduiu to thr dual ohsrtvalorv
no damage will hr frit as the result
of thr frost ttnlrss it it in the extreme I
lioitlirrn and northwestern parts of the
stair Ihrtt. Iiowrstr. thr fruit is not j
so far adsauerd as in this srelmn i.nd
ihr dangrr of haim is lessened.
I tank M dault. president of the.
slate hoard of agi ii iilture -asserts that'
tl ere was no damage ftoin the frost
"Frost tieier does anv damage in the
light of the movti." he dn fared
t art ilhams. rditor of Hit Okla-
homa I atutrr-Stm kman.' as that tut
Irss a Irrrnng period nf srseral dass
i.ni'rs theie should hr no wotty ahotit
diiiiiage to imps nt fruit ft mil frost
Neports rereisrd al the wrathrr tail '
ri.ni iudiiatrd that thr tain nl yester
la)' and tht night bffott wai grnrral
nier thr stale exirpt m the extreme
southwest seiiimi and the far western
Iiamajt at Ardmotr.
AHUMi Hs'F. okla. Manh 14 W ih
heaw Imsi -n a temperature nf
fruit and wgetahles arr hrlirr. to l.r'
damagi-d rxtnisisely thiniigh t'.i
souihern part nf the state '
Compulsory Rest net inn of
Booi Output Loads t Re-
duction in Nun bri
Farmer Accused id Killm::
family of five.
Women letter carrier will soon h
ileluering mail in Paris
GAS Mil '
I.OMiON. Manh It lln-n thou-
sand saloons in ti'ea! I'tiLi'i' piohahK
will hr closed dining the i:et fea
tilotilhs. aioii.g to tin Mad h
tufa sin r is ptoposed as a solution o
thr ilitliiullv atising liom the i ompul i
sory Itslmlioii ol the hen output audi
thr hi rwrts are st.ilnl to he in pi a (n a I
agtrrmriil with the goiettiment in ie
gard to thr irinrdv
Ihr i losing nt the alnniis is said to
have heen suiigested h some o the
hrewrers llirniselv rs Ihev iniileuiled
that there were ton manv ifis.tr ihiiting
agrmirs ami lha' ihud of them on 1 1
he suppressed without tin onveuiem mg
the piihlii . while m li a step would ru
aide the liipioi trade In hr tordiiited
more n oiiomu alls I he arraugtmetit
seems to he in lnf a pooling agtrr
mrnt lttwern thr rival luewrts who
own thr puhlie houses
1 he hiewers hair hrrn ronferring re
s f litis with the home oltue and thr rrs
ommeridaii'ins dtalird at thrsr confrr-
etiees will he suhmiited to gcneial
iiirrting id tht li(ri
MIN'br.N. I a . Manh 14 I s mima
tinn nf wttnrssrs for tin pio-n u . n
ill tlir trial nf Units. Wallet ihai.i I
xv it Ii the murder of John N luise
Ins wife and thire ihildmi on IN '
farm near here lal thii1nias n'ilr
was expr 'ed to he fnn-hed h torigh'
t the tnal late eieida John I in
.'I rars old. who was mititls .niii rl
with Waller of the murders tr-vlilird
he wrut with Wallrr and lime ue
gmrs. alnadv minuted nt partnii'a
Imii in thr i tunc to h'rrses' home and
that he saw Wallrr wold an ar oi
Imir memhei s nl the Is'irsis lamd
l.nllg aln lesliln.1 hi saw Waller pu'
sue Mis Kiescs into the ha. k sa'd
where she was found drad I mig sial
ed W aller foned him In ai i s'upany
him into ihr K rests home hul he de-
nied hr assisted in the munhrs.
lour negroes - I hrsirr lsoii. Malk
1'ilris larking Slrwart and Nndrr-
son llrard hasr hrrn lonsnled of
paitn ipation in ihr Krrsrs muidrts
and are held in thr stale penitential
al Halon Isougr I s son and IVtrrs
intisrd stiileints of death and are
awailuiK tstintiiin Sltwart and llrard
were seiiirnced to ten sea's' imprison
1'nder the auspnes of the Special
Au society for Amerhan Prepared-
lss. two classes of women who are
training to htrome wireless nperatnri
hue hern fnrnied in llostori The
women will study tn equip themsrlvei
I work at government stations in the
(tit r( war
"Tapf's Diapepsin" relieves
sttmiaeh distress in
I imr it! I'apr's Ihaprpsitl will
siseiirn a "Hit. v.is nr mil nf otiler
loin.nli ssilhln me niinules.
I' sour meals don't fit i mnforbhlv
nr what son rat lies like a lump or lead
m sour stomai h. nr if 5011 hasr hrart-
hmii. lh.it is inually a sign nf atidtty
n the omaih
i it liom sniii phariti.n i.t a filltr-
a"nl u-r nf I'apr's lliaprp- u and lake
a doe )it-t as soon' as sou i an There
will he no sour using. no lirhhing .if
undigr.trd loud misrd sith acid tin
stomai h gas or hraillni'ii liillnrsi or
heas s frrlmg in the stomach nausea
dehihtating heada. lies or dirllltss
I his will all go and. he-ides there will
ht no sour (nod Irit osrr in the stoma h
to tmisiin s.ir linath with tiauseoui
I'apr's lhapemn hrlps to neutralitfl
thr rxirssur and m the stomai h whuh
is causing the food frrmrnt jtinn and
preventing pmpn digesiinit
Krhcf in f is tiuinilrs is wilting (or
you at any drug store.
Ihrsr large filly-rent rases rontaifl
rnnugh "I'apt'a IHatrepsitt'' tn utuilly
kerp the tntite family fre from tkrni
aih ai idiiv and it aymptntnt of indl.
grsimn d)Srpsia snurnett aa.
hearihurn. and hradarhe lor
It btiongi In your hunf.
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