The Cushing Independent (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, August 11, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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TWO WAYS TO SPBPm wrOVEY
Wll NOT HURT CONSCIENCE
There are trwo medium* that
make it easy to spend money with-
out a pricking conscience The first
° is the charge account, and the other
to the checking aocoun All large
stores have made it a steady policy
to encourage the ope a tag a£ charge
.accounts, being liberal ia their rules
as to the credit risk. A man need
have but a feiw good referonoes and
check up well to be honored with
a place on the books of the 'house,
where he may buy up to a oertain
•limit, have it charged risceive his
bill monthly and pay within i. reason-
able time, which should be two
weeks. There are obvious advanta-
ges In this feature of modern busi-
t nesK, and the department, stores ),re
constantly Importuning peaple to
avail themselves ot such facilities.
But beware of this alluring halt.
It tempts you to overbuy, purchas-
ing the things you do not need, per-
• haps, and would not buy if ytou had
to pay cash.
Human nature is alike every- j
where. We all succumb to such
temptations. The charge account
does facilitate shopping, for you do
not have to wait for change, many
retum goods wliith ease and have a
record of what you buy eiach month.
Use it, but do not abuse lt,
The second medium is the check-
# ing account in a bank.
charge account it makes
The magazine* are feeling the!
same pressure. The August issue
of the World's Work, for instance, J
devotes considerable space to the]
paper Istuation, Life, the Independ-I
ent and other perodicals have ex-
plained to their readers the neces- j
slty of changes In their circulation |
schemes of the emergency.
Newspapers and magazines alike j
are doing thefiT best to tide over the]
situation with no rad&cof c.haaiges i
It is only prudent, however, to re-
oognize the fact that If the advan-
ces pf the last few months continue
—as they seem likely to—the en-,
tire periodical business will have to
Slip a few Prince Albert
smokes into vour system!
STANDARD BARKK1. NOW
FIXED BY KKDKRAli IvAW
The new Kederal law • fixing a
standard size fof- barrels, whicl^ is
the first piece of national weight
and measures legislation enacted by
cangreas in a 125 years has come in
to operation, says the Employer. The
new law specifies that biurets used
in the sale of fruit and vegetables
mlist contain 7055 .cubic inches,
which m^ins 105 quarts or approxi-
mately three bushels. The dimen-
sions of the barrel may dliffer, but
they must hold the proper cubical
contents. Fines of $500 or im-
prisonment for six honths are the
penalties provided for the violations
Like the I of the laiw, which is to be religi-
'pentfing ously enforced in all the statdk
You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert
patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you
smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that
it proves out every hour of the day.
Prince Albert has always been sold
without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality1:.
There's sport smoking a pipe pr rolling
your own. but you know that you've got
to have the right tobacco! We tell you
Prince Albert will bang the doors wide
open for you to come in on a good time
firing up every little so often, without a
ike your bank roll that >
the national joy smoke
feel like your smoke pest
has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot
back up for a fresh start.
You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a
thousand-dollar bill! It's worth that in happi-
ness and contentment to you, to every man
who knows what can b*>
gotten out of a chummy
jimmy pipe or a makin's
Prince Albert for
R. J REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO
Winston Salem. N C
This in the n
side of the t
easy. There was a time when we! In the past all sizes of 'barrels
lived on a cash basis We paid fori have been used with the results
what we got when we got it in prevalent that the change became
■money We could see the money j necessary. With the new law In
go. We missed it In the sight of j effect and its enforcement by Fed-
real money there is something subtlej eral state, county and city officials
and precious, and we let go with re- j of weights and measures, with the
gret. To all healthy and normal' co-operation of the tirade—the so-
individurfls uncorrupted by the pos-' called standard, barrel as provided
or super- by the law will become
indulgence trade channels.
session of '^asy money
fluous wealth, or over
in alcohol, the parting with real
money is painful. As the crisp bill
leaves your hand a ghastly little
sigh accompanies it. You have then
tangibly parted with your money.
The fruits of your labor are gone
The insidious side of your check-
ing account is that ic enables you
to spend money without pricking of
conscience. You write your check
in a moment and hand It over as ^ the discover^- that paper
so much money, but it lacks thesting manufactured from cotton
fixity in !
1 Albert tidy
J tin. and In
I act, every Prince
Albert package, lias
.« real mesne^e to-vou
on Its reverse side. You'll
ad "Proceia Patented
July 30th. 1907 " Ti it mean®
that the United States Govern
ment has granted a patent on the
process by which Prince Albert la
made. And by which tonfluf hite And
throat parch art'cut out! Every-
where tobacco is sold you'll find
ince Albert awaiting you
in toppy fed bans. !Sc; tidy
red tins. 10c; handsome
pound and half-pound
tin humidors and la
that clever crystal*
U hi sa humidor, with
top, that keeps the
tobacco In aucb
Discovery May Solve Shortage
blent in United State*.
Berlin, Aug 7.--The royal mater !
ial testing office at G-ross-Ldchter-1
t'elde, a suburb of Berlin, announces
of spending real money * The discovery is not
Beware Sow you let the charge ac- ■ of much importance for Germany,
count run away with your good j which produces no cotton, but ,
judgement. Keep yourself in check, j pointed to as of vast importance to i
By all means have a bank account the United States, the greatest pro-)
if you spend but a hudnred dollars a ducer of cotton in the world, be- j
month, beware least the temptat- cause of the shortage of paper re-
ion to draw checks get you into ttie ported in that, country.
habit of treating money in the bank: The discovery was made, it isi
as different from money :n your stated, by a Uerman institution!
purse, because all that you havg to wjjii^ carrying out a commission j
do is to fill out a check from an Egyptian firm, given before
.A bank account for household ex- j ^,jje war. A shipment, of stalks
penses is the bast thing yet devised, which had arrived from Egypt be-
but it has its temptations Consider fore the opening of hostilities, "was
your check book as a record to tell used for the experiment.
you where your money went, who I The stalks were cut and ground,
got it, for what purposes, and be1 b0jje(j an(j bleached and the paper
your best receipt, but look out for proceeded under the usual
the allurement of the checking ac-j methois. The result caused the test-
count that, It does not beguile you ; lng 0ffi<;6 to arriVe at the decision
into reckless spending that you that cotton stalks are a good mater-
: ial for making paper.
Palmer, manager of the American; Tlie hand that, carries food to*the Tell the man you saw his uivw-
Newspaper Publishers' association | mouth can also carry diesase germs? tisement In the Independent please
said today that although private j ___________——
and government laboratories *had
been seeking for years to find a suit-
able substitute for wool pulp in the
considered Imanufacture of Pal>f'r. nothing had
j as yet been produced that would
stand the test.
"If the Germans have solved th^ I
problem," he said, "they will have]
rendered the Untied States a valu-'
able service, and it ought to bring j
millions to the Inventor of the pro-j
cess. The discovery, if true, should
prove a boon to the paper making1
industry in this country."
HARD-MtK POR OUK BOYS
would not fall prey to if you lived
on a cash basis. When you live* by
real money you may have a little fit
at every uajylse expenditure, but In
a checking account, or a charge ac-
count, you 'have one big fit at the
and of the month You ought not
to have either.—Tulsa Times.
!•: \ I'KNSBs I X< KKASIN<.
New York, Aug. 7.—lincoln B.
Pirst .Pay-Day rinds Oklattonuuis
Quarantined in Uamp.
The first pay-day the guardsmen
stationed at San Benito, yexas,
have had occurred yesterday, and
found the Oklahoma boys quaran-
tined on account of a second case
of measles in camp. About. $100,-
000 was paid .to the three regiments
stationed there- Oklahoma. Louisi-
ana and South Itakotah
KNIGHTS A Nit I. AIMKS
Meets every Wednesday niglit. In
j of safety
first is the highest form j
Newspapers generally have as- j
Mimed that the public was not In-;
terested In their business arrange-
ments. Such an unprecedented situ-;
atlon has arisen, however, in con-
nection with the advance in the cost j Alloi nej-.U-l.Hw
of prin paper -and for the matter,; (.'list National Bank Bldg—Phone 66
of practically everything that emters
Into newspaper production that!
newspapers all over the country are]
being compelled to make readjust- j
J H •llliKt'K
Your Own Watch
Can be Used For
a Wrist Watch
We can adjust your watch to
the wrist without
to make readjust-
ment of advertising and subscript- ,
ion rates to meet the new condi- j
.White paper is the chief Item of;
expense in newspapers of general i
circulation, and to the last few j
months Its price has advanced 20 j
percent, 50 percent, and even in
some cases 100 peTcentj. Por metro- j
polltan newspapers this means an i
added cost of production of severall
hundred thousand dollars a year I
The advance in ocner materials.!
while not so great, is very material,1
and increases the gTavlty of the pro- Cashlag,
C. C. MUMAN
Qo)d Bldg Head of Stairway
OH. J. T OCNWAN
Want a cook.
Want a Clerk
Want a partner
Want a situation.
. Want a servant girl
Want to sell the piano, "
Want to sell the buggy
Want to sell any property
Want toseH your groceries
Want to sell your hardware.
Want to sell your dry goods
Want customers for anything at all.
Advertise your wants in this paper
Advertising is the way to success
Advertising brings customers
Advertising keeps the old l's
Advertising insures success
Advertising shows energy
Advertise, don't bust,
Advertising is "bis"
tad ape ad
= i 1 The Tripe
Wrist Watch is gold tilled and guaranteed.
Our Bracelet Watches are fitted with de
pendablc movements and may be had in
'silver, gold or tilled
Some are plain or engraved, others en
ameled or set with precious stones
Our Service plus ten years experience
ia City Man
10 The body
'ho was killed
possible as the
oma City. This
.wing the receipt
n the Oklahoma
> Oklahoma City.
iy a local detect-
fight after Mc.-
d to rob eleTk*
it shortly before
f morning. Some
J beon nought
found in MtKee's
omen alleged to
ompllioes in rob-
• placed under «r-
w Into possession
f million dollars
ling the tanks in
in the Healdton
advices fmm in
To this immense
the Roxana Pet
and the McMann
four million hair
guilts in the buy-
e every Independent
field who owned
is said to be the
with a daily cap®
)0 barrels. The
kf the deal, in the
is the cancelation
oe policies. The
0,500,000, is said
paid In one single
• lk of crude oil in
f. industry In t.he
school Is awaken-
rat music Is an ele-
II fe whileh must be
cofrt. So a number
men are putting
>nlng * themselves in
some wind Instru-
ct nine instruments
tine energetic young
11 In a abort time.
ta.ll fans and other
ists thrills that will
n a life time,
•e interested In the
ol hand are request
: art a meeting to be
ay evening, August
i school auditorium
it the home of the
at Agra. Mr. Bd
Miss Oertte Jennings
oarrtage. The yoong
idling their hoB«y-
rhere he has bean
man la the popriar
r. and Mm.
Km. aad Mr.
nown young m
lent wiahea the h«p-
itfol voyage throegh
FOB INTOAKfl J|
HW f* to be
« «h« Obootaw iad
lane. BAoomflald U
of Ardmora. A ymr
...i- : ,...■ i ... . _.. j,' ,
, steaded to ti
, now adTtrt
tram the Oaage Indian turner by | umq on ih deanooratk) ticket. Wake j toga on tbe ireuada Mi i
cheek Good o d«r ynmtftod 'up, ewrtwdy. aad «* bwar. wtrmetUm of two HIHhp
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Mingle, R. A. The Cushing Independent (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, August 11, 1916, newspaper, August 11, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276692/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.