The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 307, Ed. 1 Friday, October 12, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA FRjDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1906.
We have just reached an event in the history of
our store that we have looked forward to for some
It means so much as a mere accomplishment and
has involved the confidence of so many people that
it is difficult to make its full significance clear.
Nothing else so folly reveals the character of a
drug Store as the record of this department.
The success of this department rests wholly upon
the Confidence of Physicians and of the Public;
therefore when so enormous a prescription business
is recorded a phenomenal degree of public favor is
Our Way of Doing
WE WILL BUY BACK at full price any
goods bought of us that do not turn out as we represent
them. This is our way of doing business. It is a new
and a novel way, but it protects you.
It keeps us from recommending anything to you
that we are not sure or It means pure drugs, good
goods, and safety for you. It means to us your good
will; your confidence, and with it a continually increas-
ing irade We will be glad to have your trade on the
A Word of
We naturally feel a degiee of pride in the high
standard to which our prescription department has
attained, as we hav* labored diligently for this result;
but we realize that a most important factor has been
the steadfast loyalty and confidence of the physicians
and ol the public.
R. E. MORRISON & CO.
' 11k'ht anil power, effective January 1,1 tured alcohol, the process to the co t ' ed ta.it the requirement. the
Ihe Vice President Scheduled
For a Tour of the Slate.
AN SfM.bc* W<« U «Udt fr*a Platter* •'
the Trate, Isles* Other Arriafcaciti
An lade. D«« <te<k« «l hl<h H|
Be Gl e« k> Lstsl Ciaalttcei
Guthrie, Oct. 12.— J. L lUmuo.
chairman of tbe Territorial Kepubl -
can committee, ha l* ued tbe (tiner-
art, and a statement in connection
therewith, of tbe trip through Oh la- (
ho 11, o: Vice fieiident Fair ban ks
Tbe Vice President will not be able
to make a speech ia Guthrie, a* the '
time it would consume, la bringing Vice President at Arkansa* City at.d
the Vicc President here, would be too ' escort him to their home tows.
much to ioae, when be ban only a day A like committee from Ponca City
to cover tha • ate.
following Is the statement issued
by Chairman Ham m.
• How often after a ride or drive in the frosty
air at this time of year the face feels dry and
parched and frequently has an uncomfortable
burning sensation. Such a condition means
the chapping and roughening of the skin. If
you will apply our
Benzion and Almond Lotion
before going out you will experience none of
these skin discomforts and your complexion
will not be injured the least particle.
• If you should neglect to apply the lotion before ex-
posure its use immediately on returning will keep the
skin from chapping It has none of the disagreeable
features of other lotions, as it is not greasy or sticky.
PRICE, 25 CENTS
PALACE DRUG STORE,
Wm, F. Wylde, Proprietor.
will be expected to meet the . a ting crowd* at tbe various speak
In discussing tbe new regulation*,
Denatured alcohol will be a com
petitor with illumiratinjr oil, ga o
line and coal. It will also furnish to
manufacturers who use alcohol in the
product's of their factories, alcohol
free of tbe heavy internal revenue
tax now levied on the same. This tax
amount* to about • 1 per wine gallon
on a cofiol of 190 degrees proot.
"In preparing tbe regulations it
was essential to adopt rules that
would prohibit frauds aga'nst tbe
revenue by tbe reclamation and re-
purittcattpn of denatured alcohol tor
beverage and potable purposes.
• I'nder the regulations alcohol of
1<«0 degrees proof is freed from tbe
tax after being denatured. There
1 will be two classes ol denatured al;c-
bol: first, that styled 'completely de-
natured,' which will pass into gener-
1 ai uie for general consumption, can
be purchased at stores without limit-
ing regulations as against tbe pri-
vate consumer; and, second, 'special-
ly denatured,' in which tbe material
is.: w be p«?r«
of the denaturing ingredients select-
ed to meet the necessities of tbe
manufacturing Industrie*. *
"The manufacturers will be re- 1
quested to furnish desired formulae,
togetber with a sample ot tbe denat-
uring agent produced, according to
tbe formulae, and i sample of tbe
pure alcohol denatured with tbis
special agent. These will all be
thoroughly examined in tne depart- d.wiser and supper on election day-
mental laboratories and if it is dee'd- November ti.
are m«*t taen their
The beauty bee i a rajn .-maker.
It "Rone;*" up one's thoughts: it
sweetens one's life; It's nectar >n
one's word«, and drop*, sin bv sip n-
to one's heart when Hollister'- Roc iy
Mountain Tea is used. I"ea or T In-
lets, i"> cent*. R. K Morrison it t'o.
The ladies of the Pre-h ten n
church wtli be plea-<-d to nave 'he
people remember tbat tbrv will se ve
J! and Gas Fitting
ill meet the train at Newkirk aod
' escort tbe Vice President to Ponca
A like committee from lllackwell
ing places sbould be prompt In atlee
dance. Local committee at these denunded b lhe need, ot manufac-
places are requested to use tbeir best taring Interests will be regarded and
endeavors to aid tbe territorial com- «ub limitations as to the use of this
mittee in advert.slng these meeting*. 1 cUw conttllinK ,t lo tbe
J. L. HAMON,
Vice President Fairbanks has been «| | meet the Vice Prcsidentat Ponca
• acured for use day in Oklahoma and City and escort bin to Blackwell,
one day In tbe Indian Territory. He | A like committee from Medford will
will be In Oklahoma on Monday, Octo- meet tbe Vice Prtaident at Blackwell
ber -'i He w.II speak at:
Newkirk *:40 a. m
Ponca City :*> a. m
Blackwell 10:4% a. m.
Medford 12:10 p. ni
Pond Creek . . . . 12:30 p. m
Enid 1:40 p m
Hennessey 2:6A p. si.
Kinnfl'brr .1 40 p. at.
El Iteno 1:10 p m
Oklahoma City . . . . ":30 p.m.
and escort him to Medford.
A like committee from Pond Creek
will meet tb« Vies President at Med-
ford aod eacort blm to Pond Creek.
A like committee from P.nld will
meet tne Vice President at Fund
Creek and escort blm to Knld.
A like committee from Hennessey
will meet tbe Vice President at Raid
and eacort blm to Henoessey.
A like committee from KlogU.net
These apeecbts, with the exception will meet tbe Vice President at Hen-
of Oklahoma City, will be made from nesaey and escort blm to Kingfisher,
the platform of bla train, unless spe-
ULNA I LRU) ALCOHOL.
Rales sad R«|aiaMaas tar lbs Naaafsclars
and Sab far Spscthcd Nrpases
Washington, Oct. II Mr. Verkes,
commissioner of internal revenue,
with the approval 01 the aecretary of
the treasurj, today issued the depart -
ufacturing industry lor which It Is
"For the completely denatured ar
tide to every one hundred gallons of
eibyl alcohol will be added ten gal
Ion* of wood alcohol and one-half gal-
Ion of bens! ic.
'The denaturing process will be ac
comp.lsbed on the distillery premises,
where the alcohol is produced. Tbeee
mental regulation* controlling the | buildings and the operation itself will
be under closest governmental con
"Denatured alcohol will supplant
very largel* the consumption of wood
alcohol for both domestic and manu
making of denatured alcohol, the
handling of tbe ahme and its uses, fol-
lowing and rendering effective a law
enacted hy congress at its last ses-
A Use committee from El Beno will ^on, which provides for tbe with-
clal notice shall be hereafter be given meet tbe Vice President at KingfUh-
of the place of the meeting which er and escort him to El Ileao
will be duly advertised. Owing to A like committee
the limited time and the number ot City will meet tbe
apeecbes to be made It will not be El Beno and escort him to Oklahoma
poaalbla tor tbe V.ce Pitsldcnt to CU/.
shake hands with tbe public. | Arrangements have betn made to
A committee of twelve from New- rua tbe train on schedule time so that
faciuring put poses, as It will be
drawal from bond, tax free, of do-
mestic alcohol when the same is ren- j cheaper
V lce° Presidential 1 Uo1'1 b*rer,ffe or liquid "While the price of the completely
medicinal uses by the admlcture of denatured product caa now K dtfl
We make a studv of scien-
tific sanitation as regards
tbe bath, tbe toilet, supply
pipes for wa^er for cooking,
washing ana drlnairg
We have engaged an ex-
pert workman and bare a
cwmplete Hue of ga< Ox ure*
on hand. We will be glad to
figure on your work.
> Genuine Jewel Ranges and Heaters.
suitable denaturing material* and for
tbe use of the denatured article in
the arts and Industries, aod tor fuel,
niiely stated. It Is believed It will net 11 |
be more than 35 cents a gallon. | s i
A WORD OF WARNING
For many years the Detroit Stove Works has identified
its wares by casting upon every stove and range of ir«
manufacture the well known "Jewel" trade-mark It is
known as a mark of QUALITY AND ECONOMY, and
constitutes a protection to stove buyers as we'll as to our
own good .tame
Notwithstanding these fact*, and without our sanction,
some stove manufacturers have teni|>orarily ..ppropriated
the name ••Jewel," using it goner illy with prefixes or affixes
thus attempting to trade- upon our r.ame and world wide
reputation. The public should take warning and not be
deceived All genuine "Jewel" stoves and range* have, in
addition to the well known trade mark, the makers' name,
" I )< troit Stove Works" cast upon thrm At 10 additional
precaution, on Gas Ranges we have prt fixed the word
"Detroit" to the name "Jewel." calling our Gas Ranges
' Detroit Jewels."
Don't accept counterfeits or substitutes, or allow your-
self to be convinced that something else is just .is good as
theCiFNUINF Detroit Stove WoMts "JEWEL" and you
will profit by a great saving in the cost ol fuel and repairs,
and have stoves which are made right in every respect.
DETROIT STOVE WORKS.
* ROLLER HARDWARE CO.
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Headley, L. C. The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 307, Ed. 1 Friday, October 12, 1906, newspaper, October 12, 1906; Ponca City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc175513/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.