The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, April 16, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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• hiidhrrehlef o*m bli mouth. lb* ^ obtained Information from htm •
other no. hniy •*• *«. waking ft" ld*ollty of lb* other! m Ibi
it tempt to coitr ll their ficn. Wllta-. KBOg_
out drtWllomiN lb* ibrn robbers, i
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robb«ra placid In • wk <>ni of lbi|Oivirnor Flin tcHiduli of Fricn, |
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robbrf ibt*n ortftnd tb« two bmiik of
flrliln to rniir Ibi *iu ift« which
lb* h*i y door m closed
Prindcnt Hoif*r ind thi imUIidI
"Dud or Allva."
• ,„r .......... Oklahoma <*lty.—A nurd of 1200
7?" " «i -.i in oiM-ntiia the *iult;*'«t"h for 'h<> arrnl oiid convinlon of
Muhlvr urc* «• beforr tb* rob «'••• thrw? ni«-n «ho robb*d th« Kirm*r« ■
dw,r from ih* ^.W* tetow«bJJ«J B«nk K.w fi.y w.« olfer.d
b*r, had tom more ihiD t*o bk^"|by (,m„rn()r „ L willtaiaa Th* m*n
tTom ,be < ni> r<-d tb* bank In ^ro•d diy IlKht. |
h*hl Ih* *mplo>«i of lb* bink off at
TWO MTIEMS BIRN TO Ot*Tll
the point of revolv*r , and tol
$2,013.93. Thouith not atated In io
Ineendiiriet Cauaed thi Recent Fin | many norda th* rowird l« offered for
_ . ih® apprehension of the men, dead or
it Supp y. alive. After the formal recital of tho
, .. w,, i commlaslon of the crime and the fact
Oklahoma City—Cooped in by wmoKe (|iaf fhp rn,,berR nre gtni at |arEe. the
and flameB on every side, two inmates
;f the 111 fated state asylum for the
insane at Fort Supply were burned to
death in the disastrous tire that en-
tirely consumed ward No. 1, of the
Institution, according to the official
report of the state board of affairs.
Fire bugs, and not inmates as was at
first supposed, started the blaze that
claimed the two lives and razed the
separate structure known as ward No.
1, officials now are certain. An Inves-
tigation. that is expected to be fol-
lowed by arrests, is being pushed by
Woodward county authorities.
Although the horribly burned bod-
ies of the two Are victims were taken
from the mass of debris by searchers,
soon after the ashes had cooled suf-
ficient to permit a search, news of the
disaster was not disclosed pending of-
ficial inquiry by A. N. Wilcox, a mem-
ber of the board of affairs.
The investigation made by Mr. Wil-
cox and county officers completely ex-
onerated officials and employes at the
aHvlum of all blame for the fire, ac-
cording to Mr. Wilcox's report. Guards
■worked with heroism, several being
severely injured, in a vain effort to
remove all occupants of the furiously
blazing building after the fire was dis-
covered, Mr. Wilcox said.
The two whose lives were claimed
by the flames were Cecil Holford, 21,
of Washita county, and John Lemon,
30, of El Reno. Both were known as
"lopers," having escaped two or three
times. Holford had been released
from the asylum once, after a long
stay, when it was thought his mind
was restored, but was committed after
again becoming unmanageable. Both
■were known as extremely violent pa-
tients. They were buried quietly at
10 WHOLE FOR comic! PLUM
But Former Mayor of Anadarko ii
Out on Leave of Abience.
Anadarko—With a leave of absence
extending until April 20, William M.
Plum, one time mayor of this city,
now serving a sentence in the peni-
tentiary, is here helping to straighten
out some of the entanglements occa-
sioned by his peculations during the
time he conducted a farm loan busi-
ness here. Misappropriation of funds
entrusted to him while he was in the
business is what caused his downfall.
Leaving here then he traveled over
much of the country outside of the
United States, but his conscience be-
gan to work on him and he came back
and faced his trouble and took a sen-
tence in the prison.
An attempt was made recently to
secure a parole for Plum, but this was
unsuccessful. The leave of absence
was granted that he might return here
to assist in adjusting some business
matters of which only he knew thi
that the robbers are still at large, the
proclamation offering the reward
"It Is further hereby proclaimed,
that In offering of this reward it is
not contemplated that rny life shall bo
taken, but If either of said parties
while resisting arrest is killed, upon
the furnishing of satisfactory proof
to me that the party or parties so killed
Is guilty of the crime for which this
reward Is offered, the reward will be
due and payable the same as if said
party or parties had beea arrested,
tried and convicted."
«M II aad ka w M.
I BIO TIME FOR TIE M/UOIS
Bodies Will Celebrate Twenty-Fifth
Anniversary it Oklahoma City.
Five Masonic orders will meet In
Oklahoma City April 20 to 24 in cel-
ebration of the quarter-centennial an-
niversary of the grand chapter of
Royal Arch Masons of Oklahoma. The
annual convocation of the Royal Arch
Masons will be opened at 10 a. m„
April 20, and the closing part of the
Masonic program will be a ceremonial
session of India temple A. A. O. N.
The meetings to be held here during
the week of April 20 to 24 are: annual
convocation of the grand chapter of
Royal Arch Masons; annual conven-
tion of the Order of High Priesthood;
annual assembly of the Grand coun-
cil, royal and select master; annual
conclave of the grand commandery
Knights Templar; ceremonial session
India temple A. A. O. N. M. S.
P. O. Site Purchased.
Altus.—The po8toffiee department at
Washington has definitely decided
upon the location for the new federal
building of Altus, for which an appro-
priation of $82,500, secured by Sen-
ator Thomas P. Gore, and Congress-
man Scott Ferris was afterward in-
creased to $125,000. The site selected
embraces a half block of ground, at
the southwest corner of the public
square, and in the center of the busi-
ness dlt i eotesrryTnp. rpcropnoult
ness district. The property was pur-
chased from C. C. Hightower and J. R.
McMahan the price paid being $15,000.
Fort Smith.—W. R. Cuaninghim of
Weleetka Okli.. serving i term of
three years in the Arkansas peniten-
tiary as a result of the failure of the
Bank of Midland, of which he was
president, wis pardoned by Governor
Hiys. Hi hid served si* months.
Hl" brother. I. H Cunningham, ilso of
Weleetka. ca bier of the bink. was
convicted i few mourns i*o. and sea-
teared to lerve three years. His ran
Is (tending on ippnl before the w-
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imi tetlf MMl M raimmrf- !• Mate* f |te«NI aa4 if m tenai "ra^tei*
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I ateaail la «warf a *neb*« *t
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tel MT1I4 b«k^ miifbi II B£22
Ite teal^ Kaanai*. Mr Umm' "*l * > *•'> " ™ "*^£1
te .uliiMl %kii teia tom tei *~r *n ** ^analm
litlna II* Notbiia ibaniM te Iteteois unr Taaa ^
biaMh iteM lliwt tel black HOT' ^ JSJ^nrSTa
«U.rte Itenate* kia r^ P*Hoa. dry Mori ar ^
No War Ti* in Uoneiteid Land la Caaidi
The report that A war tax 1* to be placed on
H« ineMi«*ad laudu In W -teiern Canada having
brm cuasldcrttble vlrrulatlun In tb«
Coned 8tat*«, ibn I* to dvi e all enquirers
thai no nu.-h las I*"1 pl*c«l. nor ' ,h"*
an j Inteiitloa to place a war tax of any natura
on .urh lauds. (S.^ne.l) W D. SooU. SupV of
Immigration, Ottawa.Canada.Marc-l 15th. I91&.
Most of Us Are.
"Young man, are you the victim
"Of habits, sir—other people'!."—
Boston Evening Transcript.
LIVED EIGHT YEARS
Kati Stlferman of Oklahoma City Ri-
stored After Long Period
Kate Stiferman of Capitol Hill, Okla-
homa City, lived on crackers for eight
years. She was a sufferer from chronic
She got a bottle of Mayr's Wonder-
ful Remedy. The result of the treat
ment, she declares, wai marvelous.
"One bottle of your remedy cured
me of my stomach troubles. 1 can
now eat anything that I want to with
good results, after living on crack-
ers for eight years—and at times I
could n6t even eat them. I have three
sisters affected the same way and I
want to surprise them by the way 1
can eat now."
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per-
manent results for stomach, liver and
intestinal ailments. Eat as much anr1
whatever you like. No more distress
after eating, pressure of gas in the
stomach and around the heart. Get one
bottle of your druggist now and try it
on an' absolute guarantee—if not satis-
factory money will be returned.—Adv.
Knicker—What is a smile?
Bocker—The shortest distance be-
tween two ears.
Vot* Ub *>< sar *irtiim*4 Ite
v**4*r. is If la alarm Hi iaoh lb*
gliaaM. put ibtai «a hastily. aa<
look ad il lb* part* «**>d *ai"'
br r*rliim*4. "tel lab so - Tb* pa«
aio**4 on. bal ibis ilia* ibiy *n aoi
American Milk tattlll II ftritaln.
In r*f*r*nc* lo our ne*nt iimripb
on lb* abort is* In nllk bott!*i dm lo
lb* aupply bavlng In Ibi pi«t te*n
dri«n from AuMrti. *• ir* inform*d
by i nrm In thi ind* ibii thli ditt
culty Is now b*lng overcom* II •
poaalbll lo *cut bolllea from Am*r
lea of *<|uil quality ind at Ih* iim*
prlc* la the Aualrlan product. Wi ir*
glad to heir tbil the Austrlin sourc*
of supply (in be dispensed ltb with-
out Inconvenience, but we should be
still more glsd lo hear thil the de-
mand could be met by liritlsh maker*
In thla connection we ire Informed
that Rngliah bottles ire to be obtained,
"but it i rise of 20 per cent ind of an
Inferior quillty."— London Globe.
This Happened in Boston.
"Cynthia, will you recite. Mary Had
a Little lamb' for us?" isked the
j kind old gentlemin.
"I do n«t care to. much as I should
like to oblige you," replied the little
girl with the horn rimmed eyeglasses
"As a matter of fact, the poem has lit-
tle, If any, literary value, rfnd In addi
tion is not true to life as it exists to-
day. Under the constriction in trade,
due to the meat trust, Mary could not
own an entire lamb. She might have
had a chop, but beyond that the poet s
imagination must be blamed."—Phil-
adelphia Pubjlc Ledger.
Important te teathara
Examine carefully every bottla ol
CASTORIA, a safe and iun remedy for
Infants and children, and sea that it
In Use For Over 80 Yean.
Children Cry for Fletcher'! Caston*
Getting Used to It.
Bacon—1 should think it would be a
good thing for the men on the dread-
naughts to serve a time on the sub-
"It wouldn't seem so strange then
when they went to the bottom."
It Takes the Fin Out.
To take the fire out of a burn or
scald quickly use Hanford's Balsam of
Myrrh. Apply it lightly at once and
the inflamed skin should be quickly
cooled. Be prepared for accidents by
always having a bottle on hand. Adv.
teou af ttoteaa's U *f Taaa Tskaa
" It waaM telp «•« • If •• mor*
praiiig Piadi* and ten pn>lac
o« ib* wk f *11 ter*
ite owl ia4 •«« MI aMtt
Mai U**f Tiaa I a**« ® in ite
Ml. mt mImmI teeaa-i h m nal tete
aM^irMi. *annl *#*iib *. ikaahta
li maam Mil van m Mate f-m Mi
i ciinii** itel mm iteaafil ti
tMteoa i Mnf Taaa aiU te«
•licstih Ui*r m 1Mb aa4 *Maa >aar
teaito if itei nar Ml* ia4 Maul*
Mt*4 aiMi ablelk te (teaaiaa yaar
•jraiiM iad mikim tea fni mmhWi
I gaanii*! that a haoili if tia4saa a
Uvir Tom •« teoy >M' iaHn t*m*
lly fwtiac hai H# aMMite Om H te
tear cfclMrea II la hanateaa. tenal
grip* aid tbiy Ub* Hi pteaMiai una
I a fur I Mil «*« io bi l boll a® ol4
ite laiwraaei solteiian $ *• hlM a
The reasons for
beyw *de the prepw aew
mm, wlteM ba pajra for (ke bjtet
quality, that a Mcood or third quabty
wiD Dot b« daliraracL Tb« Mterltet
ia floodad with too many brands.
Simte manofactnrars with poor facil-
ities too often moat competition bj
cutting quality. Sen* wholaaalars
hoy any old quality, put their labda on it, and
say it is the heat. Our Ctrtain-tmmd label is hacked by the
sell it at a very reasonable price.
_ These are the reasons for
We invite every one iniereited to come to oor mills andhwc ho* *7-
goods. We know that our Cfrtam-tjed Roofing u the best quality that we can
make. It'l the best quality that can ^Tmade to lait and remain waterproof onthe
roof. It is made with that one purpoae in view. We aJ-o
poor quality roofing! to meet the denand for very temporary roofs, but the
Ctriam.t*^ bbel goei only on our best quality, longest life product.
praJe whTHTcarries our Company name and endorsement and guaranti
LET'S BOOST BCSUOC88
Ua FaUUn-Mon Pramwttf
-Why don't you
It is the
Company name and endorsement ana guaraniee— 1-ply
o ywn> 2-ply 10 jmn, 3-pb 18 yiws.
i want the ri*ht ounlity and want to be aore yon are tetttne wh"t roo par or. Insist
label Tbe price U reaaonable. No one can tell the quality o# apiece of
roof He cannot tell their relative value* by
looking at them. Why Uke the chance ol
soessins. when you can get the safest guar-
antee on the best quality good* at a reason-
If for an y reason yon do not cure for the h igh-
e«t quality—if you want a temporary roof, we
also make goods sold at the lowest pn« on
the market, because we have unequalled fa-
cilities, and are making approximately a third
of the entire asphalt roofing and building
papers of the whole world's supply. Our
facilities enable us to beat all competition on
price goods as weii as on quality.
The difference between the total coat of the
goods, the freight, the laying, etc... between
oualitv goods and price goods is insignificant.
n is much better policy to cut out the guessing
and let the manufacturer of real responsibiluy
insure you on all the vital pointa. He knows
what he puts into the goods and what they
will do— vou can then insist upon getting
everything as represented.
General Roofing Mfg. Co.
KewTarkOy Bastaa Ckicac*
PkilaMakia AtlsaU CW«laM D-fM Si. UM
Ciaciaaati K—City aiaa.if.Bs Saa Fraadsca
anough of poll.iv -
with their Mnaahlng and boitlnf
Dolltlrtaaa who pn nlM ceoaomy ,
tn order to (el Into offloa and ttien praetlca oa-
beartl ore*rraT faor*^and tlkca play forvotM
or part, rmtiter than for prtaeiplaaiid rlchl. et&
Th. eoH of H.laf la not folnt down. Ufi (O
tscatherwa win gel them.
The bim of the politician la to proastaaawey-
- — oo(kl to ba pro*eetad
thine, lany of them win. •" — w——
for fraad on aeconnt of tha <««•«• «
what they promlaa and what they deliver.
They're worse than the business man who over-
•dTertlseetbeQuailtyof his foods. L )t tbe bus-
iness internets, from tbe laborer totLe superln-
tendont, from tbe office boy to tbe prestdsek
from tbe hired man on the farm to tbe owner oi
tbe farm, remember that ti
Interest in food business s
tmsiness. Stop listen in « to . ....... —
boost oarselres back Into good times. It~
dona. No m6n knockers and taiae prophet, ara
wanted. We ars ioln« to be too boay to ljrten
to any esc.pt thoaa who promise good tart.
he farm to the owner or
>t they have a commas
m and a ~m.ro deal la
I to the fakers and let's
CUTICURA SOAP BATHS
Followid by ■ Littli Ointment for
Baby'i Tender Skin. Trial Frei.
Flames Destroy School Building.
Crowder.—As the result of Are which
completely destroyed the Crowder pub-
lic school building, the various church-
es of tho town are being utilized as
school rooms. Flames escaping from
a defective furnace Ignited the adjoin-
ing woodwork and the fire was soon
beyond control. The building was con-
structed of brick, cost $16,000 and the
loss is only partially covered by insur-
ance. The Masonic lodge lost 1400
worth of paraphernalia, besides books
Women'a Collegi •• Growing.
Oklahoma City—President G. W.
Austin of the Oklahoma College for
Women, located at Chickasha, waa a
recent visitor to tbe city ind at the
offlce of State Superintendent Wilson.
In apeaklng of the work being done
by the Institution of which he is pres-
ident, Mr Austin slid tbit *hlle bnt
littli publicity hid been given the
school or the work bllng done. It wis
one of the most successful institu-
tions In the Stite and it present has
an enrollment of S#5. This U an in-
crease of 111 ovir lut ynr.
They ifTord infants and children
great comfort, permit rest and sleep
ind point to speedy healment of ec-
zemas, rashes, itchings, chaflngs and
other sleep destroying skin troubles.
Nothing better it any price for the
■ursery ind toilet.
Sample eich free by mall with Book.
Address postcard. Cutlcum. Dept. XY,
Boiton. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
Probably avery man on earth has
rheumatism, dyspepsia or some other
For bruisei use Hanford's Balsam.
Casey—Oi haven't the toime to
waste in such unprofitable employ-
don't visit the california ex-
positions Without a supply of Allen's Foct-
Esse. the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the
Shoes, or dissolved in the loot-bath. The Standard
Remedy for the feet for 25 years. It fires instant
relief to tired, schirt feet snd prevents swollen,
hot feet. One lady writes: "I enjoyed every minute
of my stay at the Expositions, thanks te Allen a
Foot-Ease in my shoes.' Cet it TODAY. Adv.
Means to the End.
"The doctor advises me to eat slow-
ly and sparingly."
"Then don't tip the waiter."
Kill thi Fliei Now ind Prevent
disease. A DAISY FLY KILLER will do it. L
Kills thousands Lasts all season. Alldealers !
or six sent exprees paid for $1. H. 80MEBS,
150 l>e Kalb Are.. Brooklvn, N. X. Adv.
That London Fog.
Church—What has London got to
combat the German Zeppelins?
Gotham—Why, her well-known fog.
For inflamed sore eyes apply Han-
ford's Balsam lightly to the closed
lids. It should relieve in five minutes.
Feed toe World" "
_ The war's fearful devastation of Europein
mf crops has caused an nnusual demand for grain
w from the American Continent. The people of the
/ world must be fed and there is an unusual demand
for f.naHian wheat. Canada's Invitation to every
industrious American is therefore especially attrac-
tire. She want! fanners to make money and happy,
prosperous homes for themselves while helping her
to raisi immense wheat crops.
You can get a Homestead of 160 acres FREE and
^ Think of the money yon
jgh prices, where for some time it is lia-
ble to continue. During many years Canadian wheat fields have averaged 20
other lands can be bought at remarkably low prices.
can make with wheat at its preient high prices, wnere for some time it i
Jnng many years wuamau .
bushels to the sere-many yields as high aa 45 bushels to the acre. Wonderful
crops also of Oiti. Birley and Flax.
Mixed farming ii fully is profitable an industry as grain raising. Thi excel-
lent grisses.fuU of nutrition, ire the only food required either for beef or dairy j
purposes. Good schools, markets convenient, climate excellent.
Military service is not compulsory la Canada, bet there isaa ertra demand for
«•> Vl labor to replace the many younc men who have volunteered for the war. Tbe C
eminent this year is arglnx fanners to pot extra a create into grain.
Write for liters tore and particulars as to reduced railway rates to
WHW 1UI IlWiaiuio iwi
Superintendent Immigration. Ottawa.
G. a. COOK*
Htltt STKET. I
s cm. t
Canadian Government Aceot
The average woman knows the Ins
and outs of flirtation. She first draws
a man, then she pulls him in.
For genuine comfort and lasting pleas-
ure use Red Cross Ball Blue on waah day.
All good grocers. Adv.
Dragoljub Jelltitich. age twelvi. ti a A novice wina occaaionilly. i skilled
soldier In the Servian army. performer regularly.
"Pa. what's a mailed list?"
"It's the letter I am trying to make
out just now, son."
Happy is the home where Red Croes
Ban Blue is used. Sure to please. All
Some kings and all babies ara born
Te ore cesttveness the s_
aorcthaa a purgative; It nuel
alterative and cathartic prvpert
W. N. U, Ohlihomi City, No.
You Look Prematurely Old
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The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, April 16, 1915, newspaper, April 16, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc282014/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.