The Eldorado Courier (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, August 25, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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J. M. tiARBY.
For Countv Clerk
JOHN R DANIEL
Tor Clerk of the
For County C«»mmiMion*-r
J. T. RATCUKF #
Now i« th« opportune time to
get busy with a commercial club.
General Funaton ha* suggested
the withdrawal of United State*
troop* from Mexico Report*
from the interior of Mexico state
that rebel sympathizer* applaud-
ed the announcement when it
wa* made public.
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from oai#fc.*n» Cue Friday. I tart m»M of VamWtrfH Uniw*
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•hop Hi* wife will follow in a
Kur SaU» f»ne «pan of targe.
>oumr wort muM AH*» hon*«*.
moatly coin. \V H tanham
a «mi wtih b*f brother. I*
ma*irr I. f Twk»r. and u»n»-
Mn R. W Hum«»«»'» Mcr-
g»n»K to her hume at Uvbiitr*'
Needle aad fliaibli Club.
The Needle and ThhnSJ* t .u •
met Tue*da> afieriiuun a -If
M. D «Unon and family of Mr*. J M. Dial. Tne member
Holli*. vi*itrd »h« familv «f Un »"d guaata were wrved w ti-
de Kit* l»an«rl Prida* and Satur
punch u|«»n ih-ir arrival. Tfc*
rrvulitr hour waa *p»r.i In need:-
... ■ ~ , , . A ... work. Mim Helen Stover arc
, ..ii < Mr* Howe «yr» gue*ii of th«
hoatex* Refreshments »f IC*
cream and cake were *er\#C
On account of weather cor.di-
lion* the aitendance Mas tlgti'.
The Club will next meet with
Mr*. C. C. Maker.
<N»» Ti.ib W«»
titude toward labor.
A practice o! some bicyclist* - 1
boys of course which should
lie severely handled by their
Eastern Stars, Notice.
Eldcrado Chapter. Order of
few weeks ago and was attend*
ed by all the physicians from
Good Bookkeeper* make *uc
ce*sful business men. Lot us
returned Sunday from Itafer
, Mill*county where they had been
for several day*.
I D. J. Kirby and fandly have
returned from a visit in Kiowa
county. On their reium rhey
were acoomnanied by W. F. Kir*
b> and familv who are visitinc
, relatives in town.
T»»xa« i* *aid to have «p*nt
$lCi.(HJ0.0f)0 in 1M5 in road im-
Thi* will be the last wrek the
Courier can be subxrribed for at
parents is that of ridinsr on the the Eastern Star, will celebrate
side walk. There is an ordinance tj,e birthday of Kobt. Morris
touching the matter, which August 31 with a picnic on the)sioian was summoned in consul*
Rhould be brought to the at- creek. Every Eastern Star is tation and he pronounced the
tention of the transgressors. cordi i Iv invited and urgently
- — - reque ted to attend.
Corpus Christi suffered severe- bersh!p will meet at the Masonic given up the case and the pa
lv from a tropical storm which Hall piomplv at 6 p. m . Thurs* I tient was gradually growing
swept the gulf coast Saturday day. Augus: 31. from which | wnrse. the process of divine heal-
night blew for twelve hours, place the picnickers will go to
The influence of the disturbance the place of entertainment.
■ hi. Place. A «».«» con- you .n expert B.«kk«p.r. ^^"'kT.^To ^w now
dition was found to exist, and, We can do it if vou will let us
other complications which seem*! The Metropolitan Commercial Mr*. C. M. Gage left for her
ed to militate against a possible,Collece. Lawton. Oklahoma, tf *2ome al !^ec®t,l'r,_
reccverv. A Wichita Falls phy-|
CORNER DRUG STORE.
After the medical advisers had
reached far into Texas, and as
far away as Memphis, Texas,
good rains are reported. A light
rainfall is reported as far west
Mr. W. C. Reeves.
card of thanks.
Tomorrow closes the bitter
political campaign in Texas, in
which Ex-Governor Colquitt is tv Treasurer
seeking to win the United States havjng made ^ race"as I""fee,
Senatorship from Senator Cul- that j have made many frjends
berson. On account of his vigor- an(J n0 enemies> whlch many
I take this occasion to ex-
press my appreciation for the
support and assistance given me
during my recent race for Coun-
I do not regret
cus arraignment of the national
times repays me for the time
administration Gov. Colquitt has and money spent jn the cam.
incurred the enmity of the lead- pajgn- I prize very highlv the
ing politicians who have organ-, expressl0n of confidence shown
ized Culberson clubs in towns me and the good work of my
and villages all over the state. j friends in all parts of the countv>
and although defeated I have
At a reception at San Francisco only the very kindest feeling for
Saturday in which Charles E. i a]l the people in Jackson County.
Hughes, republican candidate
for president, wras the guest of
honor, union waiters refused to
serve because the club in which
the reception was held exhibits
in its windows an open shop card
as part of a fight being made by j this week of a remarkable case
the Chamber of Commerce upon | which happened a few miles
the closed shop. It is taken as from town. A young man was
an indication of Mr. Hughes'at-'operated on for appendicitis a
M. M. Oats.
One of our physicians told us
da> mornine after a three-weeks
visit with the familv of her son.
Rev. J. L. Gage.
Mr. and H. C. Moore visiting
relatives at Altds the first of the
J. B. Largent and family, who
have been visiting relatives in
the Potts community, returned
Fire Mondav night destroyed to their home at Electra. Texas
the grand stand on the Okla- ———» l1
homa State Fair Grounds at Ok-
lahoma City. In addition the
carousal and old mill, owned bv 1
a Philadelphia company, were
The fire started in the grand- j
Fire at Stale Fair.
ing was undertaken A num-
ber of members of the Holiness
church gathered at the vcung
man's home and prayer was of-
fered for his recovery. The
young man became converted
and his condition began to im-
prove. He is still getting bet-
ter, and there is no reason to i stand, but blame is as yet un-
doubt but that he will enjoy a placed. Luckily no breeze was j
Mr*. J. T. Paden ha* retur: *•:
from • visit to Fort Worth.
J. D. Julius of Coldwste.*.
Kan*a*. is vi*iting hi* daught tr
Mrs. E. H. Cain, und lainilv
Rev. C. B. Pendlev and C. S
IligHsmith were in Altus ye*-
Prof. Orlando Magnets visite<-
with Prof. Miller at Altus the
first of the week.
Grand|>a and Grandm\ Hutci. •
son came in luesday from a
visit to their daughter at Qua
Prof. J. L. Jessie has beer,
here this week from Qjana:
He is arranging his work fcr
the coming year in the pubiic
for 15 years the Htandard remedy for all tkin
diseases. A liquid used externally. Instant
reiif/lrom itch. 23c. SOcand Your money
bark if the first l»ttle doe* no' bring you
relief. Ask also about D. D. D. Soap.
blowing and the fire failed to
reach any of the other 57 build-
ings comprising fair property.
Board of directors met Tues-
day in an all day session and
made contract for building new
grand stand at once. It will
be completed in ample time for
Germination of Sweet Clover Seed. I the State fair which opens Sat-
, i jurday, September 23. The two.
Many have been discouraged ' ; , ,
... . , , permanent attractions will alsoi
when p anting sweet clover, be-; , ..
. .., , , be rebuilt.
cause it did not come up when . .
. x , . .. . „ Loss is estimated at $25,000,:
planted in che fall. , - , • , • , , •
,, , halt of which is covered by in-1
Mr. W. E. Watkins, county
i. ■. . ,T Isurance.
Agent in Allen county, Kansas, I
[who has carried on experiments!
Jon seventy-two farms in Allen
j county during three years says:
ilo. <]"ity of'To)f<;o. t
nk J. Cheney niakes o.itli
r partner of the fin
NOW IS THE TIME
To kill the jack rabbits and prairie dogs—get your
guns and ammunition from us. Mix business
with pleasure—and it certainly ought to be a
pleasure to kill the pesky prairie dogs ard the
saucv jack rabbit
WHILE YOU ARE IN OUR 8T0RE
Price our cutlery and cream separators—our bug-
gies and bicycles—our engines and windmills—
our oil stoves, our watches, our wagons, our scoops,
—in fact we can save you monev when vou want
want the kind of merchandise we handle.
Tinware—see our tinner. Ten to one you will
SUMMERS [HARDWARE CO.
"Sweet clover seed probably
possesses a quality character-
istic of seme other seed in that
it i3 almost impossible to germi-
nate the seed the same season it
is grown. All fall seeding trials
have been very unfavorable, as
but little of the seed will germi-
nate before early spring. For
three years, old sweet clover
patches have been examined for
fall germinations, vet very few This will be the last week the
young plants are ever found— Courier can be subrenbed for at
Oiltll th.it I - If
of F. J. Cheney
_ he City of To-
I«-do. County and Stato aforesaid, am?
»';>>* "aid firm will pav th<- sum of ONE.
Hl'NDRED DOLLARS fr.r ea.-h and ev-
' r<- c.isp of Catarrh that cannot t.f- rured
I y the- use of HALI.'S CATARRH CTTRK.
FRANK J. CHEN"FT.
Pworn to before rn« and subscribed Ir
my presencs, this 6th day of December,
A. r>. 1886.
(Seal) A. W GT.EASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts directly upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENFT gr CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Tak". Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
JIM McCLINTIC. Read his letter on page 8.
even whtre shattered seed will
often run 50 per square inch of
soil, and there is plenty of heat
and moisture for fall germina-
Considering this evidence, we
should not expect seed grown in
1916 to come up until next
spring if it is sown this fall.
J. E. Payne.
$1 a year. Be sure to renew now
Miss Rena Ledbetter of Chilli* !
cothe, Texas, is visiting her J
aunt, Mrs. M. A. Haskett.
Bill Smith came in Tuesday
from the Plains.
A.R.Webb and family who j
have been spending a month on |
ithe Plains of Texas came in I
i home Tuesdav.
— j J. EL Washburn came in Tue«- j
R. D. Stalcup and family of iday from Paducah. Texa«. His
Goree, Texas, who had be^n wife remained for a few weeks j
visihn*• the familv of W. II .visit.
Martin in the Odema corr.munitv. Paul Hvde and Robert Bowden 1
turned to their home Friday. J were in CniWrets, Texas. Friday.
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Thacker, John Riley. The Eldorado Courier (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, August 25, 1916, newspaper, August 25, 1916; Eldorado, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc402789/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.