Claremore Progress (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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the claremore progress
thursday, october «, wie-
THE CLAREMORE PROGRESS
Entered t ths Poatofflce >.t riaremure. Ok-
lahoma. u second-class m«il matter
Issued Every Thursday by
W C. t""
CITY AND LEADING COl'NTV
re In-PROGIESS-On N i «
Initio First ('• .nrinw|..nnl District
. r". >'-*ra I'nder rmunt 0 i w >
Il.it rfnent and t'pllft of the C ~
Live," is Our Motto
den of the child's care upon other
competent shoulders, gives time toi t:
I recuperation of energies and a re- ►
i newing of" enthusiasm lor the tasks
| temporarily In id down.
| But the qualifications lor a succe -c-
t'ul kindergarten teacher arc rare, i < ■
people possess them. One mu.st n ' ■. i
I only lo\e children ard be possessed <1 ;;
unlimited patient.0. One must ai r
lie able to put oneself in harmu.ij
with child life and be able to see clear- i:>
I ly the child's point of view. The sue- f.
| cessfui teacher must be able to entu i ?
J wholeheartedly into nil the intere^
tnat go to make up the child's worlu. ;
as in no other way can the confidence .
and love of the child be gained, an I :.
I without these the teacher's effort- ^
I aio e than wasted.
The community that would be sure
of a stable groundwork for the civ il. ft
' a ti* n tlMt . to radiate Uv-'i "• will.
if it has not already done so. t-> •>' Ej
rteps to at once establish n first-claSs E
kindergarten. Perhaps no other one
Most of the people in the United! influence h:i_- hod more to do in ti"
States are worrying about their win- , unted on uM hun-
ter coal. Their unib are empty. Ihej , ( o - •« •,•-ration, phycuahy.
don't want to fill them at the present menta||y and morai'v.
ruinous prices. They have waiter 3p- 3ST 3Rr
longer than u^ual, in the hope thai ro'-CHFE'S GERMAN
the government will lower the price. 1 ■ ;,rv 00 h v m «ii«
The government ha.1 now promised| ; ; . . v v,
definitely that it will provide reliel'. 1 * 'e?~ so'aucceasfni'v for fifty
It has been announced tnat there will a„ of th" Unite !
be a presidential proclamation about , , , -
October 1 fixing the retail price oil- <" ! '"' ' 1)10 "
coal at a fair rate. This rate, the pub-
lic is told, will be based on the cost ol'
production at the mine, with just .
enough added to pay the freight t ,M'> '"i l" " " " , .-
,1.„ nml .r.vo th.. ".v. ri.fif :i u.-irve t.. >• , "• •
settled in the throat, espec ially lun:
troubles. It gives the patients a good
night's rest, free from cough in;.'. ■with
the distributing point and give the
jobber and retailer a moderate profit.
Meanwhile, Fuel Administrator Gar-
field advises the public not to gel
"panicky," not to stock up on high
priced coal now, but to buy only what
is absolutely essentia! for the balancc
of the month.
The public earnestly hopes that gov-
ernment will fulfill its promise.
Developments thus far have been dis-
heartening. The governinent'6 an-
nouncement fixing the maximum
price of coal at the mines has not been
followed by any noticeable rebel to
small consumers, and little relief to
large ones'. Operators and dealers
have pleaded heavy expenses and pre-
existing contracts to justify them in
keeping up prices. It is probably go-
ing to taKe something more than ti
flamed part«, throw vff th - disease,
helping the patient regain 11U health.
and 75 cent bottles. SoM by ti e
Viiuon Drug OB.
MRS. SMITH RECOMMENDS CHAM-
"I have had more or ics-s «tomach
trouble for eisrht or ten years," writes
Mr«. C,. H. Smith. Brewerton. N. Y.
"\VK ' :W ' from ntt 1 ' s of indi-
gestion and heaviness after eating, one
or two of Chamberlain's Tablets have
always relieved me. I have also found
them a pleasant laxative." These tab
lets tone up the stomach and enable it
to perform its functions naturally. If
you are troubled with Indigestion givp
•hem a trial, pet well and stay well, ad
mere proclamation to knock out the
combination of economic laws and hu- Mr. • I Mr-. F. .1 V..' ley, of Vin
man greed that constitute the present I *a. Mr. ai i Mr I.. L. Roberts, of No-
coal industry. , warn, and Mr.--. N'ancy Kellev, of
There is no question that the gov- :-r n v.-;1 ('I M - . -..-r- trusts 01* Mr?,
emment has j ower enough to accom-j Mary Richar n white in the city at-,
plish this purpose But there is some* tendine- the ; ' Ch'ireb C.^nven-
natural doubt as to whether the iuei -ion this wee
administration has made the requi- ..
site preparations for its big, difficult CHAMBER, AIN'S COUGH REMEDY
task, and has the situation we., enough riii* mm t nn i \ui r
in hand to provi it the desired relieJ lHtj !OSI KhLIAHI ^
KSleMonS?1" Can t Wait ,,a' i After many years' experience in th,
1 Xr Xr
| there are many who pref r Chamber-1
At first thought one might not sup-
pose the question of a kindergarten
would have much bearing on the sub-
ject of town improvement, but a clos-
er study of the kindergarten and its
mission wiiJ convince one that it has
a vital place in the life of any com-
The quality of citizenship is the
measure of any community. It mat-
ters not the enterprise and push of
the people; it matters not the thrift
and saving qualities; if there be not u
bed-rock of solid character underly-
ing these there is no success worthy
the name for that community. '
The schools an., homes of the land
are tne soils that produce either good 1
or bad citizens. 11 tne home in flu-1
"11'e be v.hat it .U.../ i.e. an, ; ,
• -.^d bjf I ne right sott of school
♦•.« an.aj^e Loy or girl w.U
•'r' ";-i a cr?u.fcaLl!} product. ^ if
. .. t -- of " la.l in thmr mission,
l.c u 01 failure.
; oia ldt that iormerly prevail-
t-'iy o; our people tnat tht
■a .-..o-l^ Le left to run wild unit:
. ' ujI a.ri«ed, when he could bt-1
Cciiy nioideu into the correct shape,
has been exploded. True, under this 1
program, many noble characters have,
been produced, but it has been in spite
of, rather than because of, the method
The kindergarten derives its great
value i'rom the fact that the first few
years of u child's life constitute the
period in which the groundwork ol
character is laid. The impressioni
stamped on the young mind from the
age of one or two years to five or six, |
are permanent. .No amount of afler-
training can entirely obliterate them.
If these impressions are healthful and 1
wholesome, the child is fortunate. If
th* reverse, the child has been bur-
dened with an incubus that may re-
quire a lifetime to shake off.
Now it is true that the home lift- is,
supposed to furnish these early in-
fluences that snail start the child on
the right road in life. In too many
instances, however, the home life does
not furnish these mfluences, and in
many cases it is no fault of the guard-
ians of the home.
Supposing the home life to approx-
imate the ideal; that the parents are
all they should be; that they have a
vital interest in the development of
the young minds and souls entrusted
to their care; the fact remains that
an intelligent guardianship of the
child during every day and hour of it
life is a practical impossibility for the
parents. If life held for them no '
other duties this might be possible.
But there are other dutie-- that dc-
lain's to ary other. Mrs. A. C. Kir-
•<';n, Grfv:- i"e. I!!?., writes, "Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy has been used g
in my mother' home and mine for
years, and we always found it a quick ''
■•ure for colds and bronchia! troubles. iW
We find it to be the most rrliabV
cough medicine wo havo used." adv I IgS
H' Sistere<« llolsten Bull, ■"> ; • ars
old- tabulated pedigree on application.
R. Settle. Catoosa. Okla 6-lt
If your children are subject to croup '
ret a bottle of Chamberlain's Coot'h
V.'iedj'. and when the attack comes
n be careful to follow the plain print-
ed direction'. You v ill be u-.ri-c l
• ■ ■ ]pv:** v ??T .V
New Slip-On Veils
Now on Sale
• 10c and 25c
New Pictorial Re-
view Patterns for
November on Sale
Fashionable New Fall Suits
Dozens upon dozens of styles for Women and Misses
$19.75 and $25.00
You'll marvel at the wonderful qualities and styles—
at these two popular prices - unequalled anywhere.
Every suit is a copy of a much higher priced model,
embodying the lateft style touches—both tailored
and semi-tailored effects in all the newest Fall and
Winter fabrics and every wanted color and plenty
of blues and blacks.
ONE OF A KIND
Just arrived, some exquisite
new creations in chiffon, broad-
cloth, Burilla cloth, etc.; browns
taupe, plum, navy and blacks—
$35. $45, $50 end
ut) to $75
More 01 Those Delightful Fail and Winter Coats
Worth Fully One-Third More, at $19.75 and S25.00
Numberless style? to st lect frcm, all full length, belted models, lined or half-lined,
with larg^' ;'ur collars tint may be fastened to the chin, deep cuffs and large roomy
pockets. You may choose from plain or trimmed
styles in some splendid colors.
Other coats in Pom Pom, Bolivia, Silvertone,
Plushes, Silkvelours, Sealette and other fabrics
$29.75 to $85.00
Our Inexpensive Dress Dept. Offers Many Dresses at $15
Chic Serge Dresses for both Women and Misses—Navy, Blue, Brown
and several colors; and dressy silk frocks with Georgette sleeves and
white collars, wide cuffs, in Black, Navy, Brown, Taupe, Plum and
other colors, sizes 16 to 44.
Stunning Dresses at $19.75, $25.00 and $35.00, in both Serges and
Satins, Crepe de Chines and Taffetas, sheer Georgette sleeves, present-
ing all of the very latest style features, all sizes and in a wonderful
selection to choose from.
$19.75 to $35.00
An Exceptional Sale of Georgette Blouses
jor Sui'irday Only---One Day
. Waiftfi from ore of the very l.< st ^s. vw
:i. white aid fksh n.ostiy, wr*' • V
it ts ii, the lot, Lead and tm- /Ji
t'in i <i. a.; Myle colls is ;i d cuff?, fodu .....
. ' ! ,Li: : Vi. ut s lr< n 56.10 t(. 58.;:( V
. Y< i: may choose ir<m
No refunds, r tne charged
them in < i r window.
Notice U hereby sitren in pursuance with an
rtler of the County Court of Rosen county.
Oklahoma, made and entered hereiif on thi
th day uf Oitolwr. 1 17. that Bruce Coilina.
guardian of Benjamin F. CoIIinn. a minor.
vBI olfer for aale and xoll \o the hlshest bid-
-ier. for caab, an oQ and gaa minitig lease upon
the landa of aaid minor, Benjamin F. Collin*.:
The North Half of the Southeast Quarter of
•Section 29. Township 22 North, Range IS East,
in Rogers county, StaU- of Oklahoma
The succrsefui bidder moat pay the court
coat and attorney's fee.
Doted this the -1 th day of October. 1317.
BRUCE COLI.INS. Guardian
RAY K. HART. Atty. 2t
. il_'. ' ■. *j "iT .i ti >i i7 T'.'V/ '.W,~
- .- a .U.Iuu -M. .LU 7T.T'. f
n order "f the < .. .ty court of Craig county,
OkUh'mia. made on the 2nd day of October,
191';. in the matter of the Guardianship of Os-
car Martin, a minor, the undersigned iruar-
!i n of the estate f Oscar Martin, a minor.
v 1 sell at privaU- sale to the highest bidder
ti r i ,'i Ii >ubjc.-t t.i c.nfirmation by the said
county court on or after Monday, the 22nd day
of OcbUr. ll'IT. at 10 o'clock a. m of said
day at the office of the County Judge nf
CrnU aminty. <)kbih..m.>, all the right, title, Oklahoma,
int- r-^st and estate of mln. r in and to the fol-I
lowing dt -rribed land situated in Rogers coun- U«. H.
(First Published October 4. 191T>
Oi .S vLi. OF OIL AND CAS LKASL
Stab, of Oklahoma, County oi Rogers—as.
In the County Court.
In the matter of the guardianship of
iazel I. Collins, a minor. Bruce Collie
ty, Oklahoma, t" wit:
N .rtheaat Quarter .
and Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter
f North-i -t Quarter and West half of South.
St lluarter of Northeast Quarter, all In
lion 2, Township 24 North, Range 18 Last,
Rogers county. State of Oklahoma.
ilid^ must be in writing accompanied by a
.rtified cheek for 10 per cent of the sum bid
nd filed in the office of the Judge of the
• ounty Court of Craig county. Oklahoma, or
' the law i.Hire of Edw. H. Brsdy. \ inita.
WILLIS MARTIN. (Juardian.
Ira Klonacy Johnson, Claremore.
Pad Human, Collinsville.
Jasper Clint Roberson, Bushyhead.
Clarence J. Cordary, Claremore.
Oeorife Andrew Boathe, Verdigris.
Arthur William Bocook, Collinsville
Ed Huhn, Collinsville.
Elbert Riley Lawhom, Chelsea.
Clarence Dudley N'ewland, Collinsv'
Milton Anderson Dyke^, Chelsea.
r ti," Ni,r hrn-t Quarter
y . v.-f
: LU t
Atty. for Guardian.
ANOTHER SQUAD ENTRAINED
Notice is ber«*by given in pursuance with an
rtler of the County Court of Rogers county,
Oklahoma, made and entered herein on the
| of October. 1917, that Bruce Collins.
.jar Ulan of Hasel 1. Collins, a minor.
ill offer I or *alc and sell to the highest bid-
| tier, for cash, an oil and gas mininp |«uu> iif < n
mand their attention, and for the sake 'r ,'<l n" '• Haarf 1. c. i n- «•
of the child these duties must not be wH:
evaded. ] South Hnl< of the Southeast Quarter of
Who has not heard the expression! s,"cti"n - ' '• i.« - North, I-, . r t-. t
from many a distracted mother of an in Ro er county, sute of Oklahoma
active boy: "I'll be so prlad when he lhe • " f"i bi.i.ier must pay
starts to school." Not that this moth- •nd attorney's fee.
er wishes to shirk her responsibility, Dated this the 4th day of Octob. r. i
but the sober truth is, the job is tOO ,,t:' ' ' OU.:V-<. laiardian.
big for her. The youne life is too KAY k hart. Atty. 2t
vigorous for her supervision, encum-
bered as she is with many other dut
ies. all which must >e met.
It ia at this point that ti h i . i,t
kindergarten teacher xt< p- into thi
breech and bridges over the trying hotna.
period of the young life from infancy m the mutt.r „r • .
to childhood. A few hours every day Martin, minor; Willis Martin, guardian n
wherein the parent can shift the bur >• t - ■« hereby given tut in pursuance of RogCTS COUPty Abstt3Ct CO.
(Hnt PubUtthed Octob«
OP SAI.K OP RKAL
In the County cojrt of ( i.>
chilli 'ii^'e anyone to find a flaw
or mistake in one of our ab .tracts.
- i.b i act made I y vs i exactly
■ ct full ..inl comple't- it a de-
r.e -table safe guide to the charac-
ter title you have under consideration
<io« county, Okio- j h(l j)(, j |men insist on our
a' <tractB- vi.u will do well in doing
' " °"-"r likewise.
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Milton Paul Gardner, Claremore.
Winfred G. Scott, Aliuwee.
i larence M. Atkins, Inola.
Alma Sherman Boyd, Chelsea.
John Roy Edgar Baker, Catoosa.
•Jean Miller, Collinsville.
W iliam .Spencer ('arter. Claremore
Edward Johnson, Claremore.
Monetrey V. C. Jackson, Collinsville
James Madison Lance, Collinsville.
Luther Tillman Clark, Collinsville.
Kdil Fink, Alluwe.
Richard Wolfe, Foyil.
Wilbur Wattcrson Henry, Chelsea.
James A. I.ytle, Oolugah.
Sherman I^nox, Collinsville.
Benjamine R. Hutchinson, Clarem'e
John Lovell Dotson, Collinsville.
Vi alter Woods Jackson, Claremore.
James Oscar Ridgway, Chelsea.
Albert Joe Slater, Catoosa.
Leroy Francis, Catoosa.
I.orin Rose, Collinsville.
Pressley P. Dowell, Foyil.
Julius W. Picaman, Claremore,
liiram Knflpp EUingwood, Collinsv'
Aquilla Roy Smith, Collinsville.
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