The Eldorado Courier (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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THE ELDORADO COURIER
VOLXIV ** I*
KLUOKAIKJ, SAVK**>S OUVNTT. UK14IIUMA. KRIDAY, Jl SK l\ tttl r
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8—jdl N^d H lluHtAA
Naiui* Fifil. Fowl. fWn
R«imrM. Then SWtof.
W« irv m parwmally ac*
qoa>iti««t «r«ili Mr. Hw».
the inan who Mid (Jul. but
w» ARK acquainted with
the Ane qualities of the
TV roll that
the War Takm
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fas* TA irttHi «W Vnt
I TW follow Mm Mlrf from Will
l1^. dau*t at Iww *t«*a
ttmtm U«a of coadttM MWUlg
Ibrfr Mr. iWWr M
kmbuUttcr mth* from I*rt»
mould N. It. wbeta Mwm M*
: tamting collar*'
Well. Mamma, we hate ar-
med la Part-. Arrived Mrlii
brfure laet. The rtde. by rail.
from Hordeau* Tuesday was
awfully interesting. The coon-
try we came through wm (he
prettiest I have ever wen. It
waa a pretty cuunlry for vine- J
yard*. targe pretty fit-Ida of loading them. I look off my
if rape vine*. It la known as the ctml and a»*rd her lo lei me un
orettieet part of France. Mama. |«,d them. Some of ihem were
If • really pitiful lo »ee this coun- m heaw I could hardly unload
try now. Mearly e/ery able- th9ffi. R^l*. | don't ae^ how
bodied man iii the whole coun I tt»wy can do such strenuous work
try in in the war or ha* been!>nd |jv<l When I *.•«• the con
* killed or wounded. divion thia country is in. I thank
Women run st reel caw. work God that America turn joined In
in Ihc fields. drive truck t*»am« (},„ Warsni run do her pari for
and I even saw some women in humanity.
It irdeaux witn pick* andshovel#
You Want Comfort. Style
We Sell It
TW lutie 'laii" thai *»*e iaditidaaklv U>
SMm* freakm* mUmm |UMf, a lam m «ae
rat of ilk* nal. Ike alms! a# IW jnriurt. Ift> «iwia of
like raff or the dip »f ike «mi Tea will had hare tfa
style aad armlee for year I^im m«i >o* failed la
Mad la aat alitor More. Wfcr' tiecau.e
ED. V. PRICE & CO.
»*Ik* Lara** Tkihn m ih» WatWaf «iOOt>
lo order Hatlm Ami, HMy'n »u month*
led t mr Spring HttH today1
TAYLOR W. W HALEY.
CLCANOt A NO
\ Edison j
? and want you to be too. We r
3 will gladly play any record I
Z we have for you and let. you J
J see that Edison is the I
Master Guilder of Phono-
doing heavy work in the mreets..
I have never mn snuhm* that "" *» h"*»'
touches my feeling, quite J»™»' of"" older men
much. Women and old men and
voting boys could be seen work*
it.n in every field along the road.
Women were plowing like men.
1 hop® a lartre American army
French army can go to their
hemes where they should be.
While walking on the streets
here in Paris about every woman
The best horses are used for!of middh age is dressed in black
the Army, and you see most of j showing that her husband has
the people in the fields working been killed in the war. Nearly
Cirner Drug Store
lutie poor horses and in some
places, little "Mexican Burros."
Lots of women were working
yokes of oxeu. You can't imb- plain,
gine how thins:0, are useless un-
less vcu could see them with
your own eyes.
It was standing on the plat-
form of the station at Bordeaux
and a woman drove up with a
load of funks and started unt
every able b<nlied here that vou
see on the streets is in a soldiers
uniform. Food here i» very
We have butter only
once a day. Two days every
week. People are not allowed
to cook or eat any pies. In this
wav, the save the flour for army
bread. Alto two day*
week, candy cap'I be *old here.
All poop* are a* navina as they
can possibly be. They have
their whole heart *et on thia war
Everybody doe* everything they
can to help in the war. The>
are the moat patriotic people on
earth. They are fiehtmg for
tht? right principle and with the
help of America are bound to
I don't know vet when we will |
eet to the front. It may be
throe weeks though for they are
having a hard time getting the
bodies of the ambulances built.
Yesterday twenty-two men!
left for the front, some of whom
have been waiting almost a
month for their ambulances to
be completed. When they left
it made me wish that I could go
right on out new. I hate to wait
here, but I'll have to keep my
patienfee and stick around until
my turn comes to go.
All cities in France are dark-
ened at night so as to avoid air
Wbe* tm$ are |^IM« ftp aad lOr for taur mm «hy Ml
afem for a mum mil aad lluafc. aad aal oaly IkAMM
tfaoe la Taylor'* Paarmaer at>d pet a Jar af tOC-O-LA-
Tba wi a bleb ran will __
receive from |0 u» lie for when awe are ao
have KOG-O*HATCH, a prtxlori wbtrb will
your eprga before fllbagtoar larubalar or aattmir vaor
you will gat from M> lo f© per rent rhiektma. Tbia w i»
a wonderful preparation and one which no chicken rmiaar
ahuukl be wltbaal
We aim carry a larva liae of LEg*K UQUID L0U8C
KILLKIt and Hlue Hug (iv«troyer. The oaly |*repaiatloa
thai la guaranteed lo kill blue bug*.
If your hens are not pruducing enough egg* we are head *
quarter* for the Pratt Ktfg Pr««iucing f<**l. a fnnd that la
guarantrad to make your hens lav her fiortion of the egg*.
« om. t»i *t- Mil! I*, t'lad .-tfUih thr> ir.«-rU. t f tft«e
different preparation*, whether you buy or not.
We al*o have Kreao.Dip. Pratt'* Dip for your stock.
Before you buy be sure to look over our *toc4c.
THE TAYLOR PHARMACY
nw*o*6*o*o^ eoaoaoaoeoa ♦o*o*ofo*o*o*o*fl*o^»j*o
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Put YOUR money in OUR bank.
Farmers & Merchants'
OF ELDORADO. OKLAHOMA
The Guaranteed Bank
F. G. DENNIS. President W. E. JOINER, Cashier
The Masjestic is known as the "range with a
reputation", First it is the only malleable and char-
coal iron stove made. Being made of this material
it is practically indestructable. It will last a life time
It requires less fuel to do a given amount of cook-
ing and baking than any other range made. Thi«
saving alone amounting to several times the cost of
There are several other superior points, such as
the first joint of pipe, which is practically twice as
heavy as the pipe on any other range made. Then
it has the largest and best reservoir holding 15 gal-
lons of of water and will heat boiling hot in 20
minutes. There are so many good points to be
considered that I could write a page full.
R. R. No. I.
Our demonstration on The Great Majestic Range has
proven a success. We wish to thank our patrons for
their co-operation and beg to state that our demon-
strator will be with us until Friday night and he will
be glad to show vou all the good points of the Majestic
Range,during this week only: with each Range sold the
pun h r f cooking ware, re-
member we are serving HOT BISCUITS and COFFEE.
Very truly yours,
WEY HARDWARE COMP'Y
Well, Mama. I must close.
Understand all letters are cen-
sored so 1 don't know whether
all this letter will reach you or
nU. Anyway I hope it will.
Please write me often. Love to
all. Your son. Will."
Cumberland Presbyterian Churcb.
Rev. A. A. C llins will occupy
the Cumberland Presbvterian
pulpit Sunday morning and even;
ing. Sundav school at 10 a. m.
A cordial welcome to all.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Pearce
entertained a number of young
children Tuesday in honor of
Perry L. Lane, who has had
charge of the section west of
town, has been transferred to
Altus. At a recent revision of
the sections the road master in-
creased the length of the sec-
tions and allowed each foreman
eight men. W. L. Lane's sec-
tion runs from Red River to a
point near Creta, and Pe.ry'a
section from Olustee to Alias.
Dr. Thos. W. Dailey who has
.U*—, ... been attending medical »eh<x>l«t
the 6th birthday of Master El-; Nashville. Tean., has returned
jean Pearce. ' home to spend his vacation.
SURLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS
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