The Sayre Headlight, Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 2 Thursday, August 28, 1913 Page: 5 of 10
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SAYRE, OK LA., HEADLIGHT
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THE COWBOY’S HYMN
, MY OSCAR CAUDI1.I.
Now, cowboy*, plvaattention, and II* ten what 1 pay;
I’m out upon Iho roundup, and htinllnp evory «tr«y,,
Allbouirh you've hu*t the hobble*, ami drawJ the pick* pin.
And quit the (1»t jurnpinp to follow the path* of *ln,
I'll ba«o you lo a narrow trail, where aafoly you ran rub
Ihnt lend* up to the home rar.ch, acrom the Clftiat IMvid,
You naad not eari i final, for you'll In- ■urn to li,M|
I be best of »o»!onupc«, and peace unto the mind
I h" Koundup lies.* ha* promla*r| to watch the troll of all ,
of every »tray or mavnric that an«wor* to my call
Itiuipc replete with plenty, where dnnper o'er Inuid,,.
You || find up at the home ranch,aero** the (Jrcni lllvlde,
I mnot the only one that la (mthcrlnp up the herd,
For •Inner*' name* are legion that need Cod'* holy wool.
So come and let the luiwlsty put on you Ilia brand,
And wimenne will lead you up to the holy land
If with alfteerc repentance lo he fjod-lilte you've tried,
Yoti'ee welcome at the heme ranch, arm** the (',ri-ai III- Ide
There are in many trail* In thl* deirenorato day,
If you ihnuhl hunt for landmark* perhapa you'd lone the wav
.spilt the breeze nn the flrat one that leada toward the riuht,
I'ut tru*t in leal Almighty and uieeverybody white
If you abed your folly, and every grain of pride,
4 Oil'll wind up oil the home ranch, acroaii the (irent Divide
Don't fall Inle temptation, hut leaii it whin and cl-nr,
After you've jumped the waihnut behind the Tom,-,
Then when wmk noul* are drifting, and parting from th,- her.lv
deal tell them of the wlnd-hrcal; found in Oal'a holy word
lie'll stay with every nrnmi.e on which you have rcklial,
And nalecm them at the home ranch acn-a. thetjrcni Divide
(ii*l has made theie profnl*,.*. and moki-a ilp-m onto yon.
And while gath'rinir up the hip henl II* wants the aWm'mer* too
If beef steer* on the scaler are only larpc and fat,
What If they range the Rio Orande or aklm milk the f'lntfr?
Now, Isiys, tiedown lliese precept*, and don't let them slide.
Hut strikeout for the home ranch, nrro«» the (irent Divide
If you do unto other* as you would have them do,
Won't tied. III all hi* mercy, do .iuat ns much f„r you1'
If you forpive yum cncmica, think you (i.sl would declln,-
To I*. as juai as you have been, and any pi hell with niine.'
lied I l now ia ia merciful, when our weak souls are tried
And will surely take ns to the heme ranch, avross'lhe (ircat Divide
And now from i|ewl* of evil, come break I he »v, aiv spell
And you will rcncli theearvy, u|iat the Old Carrall.
H lien death, the tirelera chap house, cuts you from out the band.
And totes you from the cattle, and this hip western land.
You will spend a bright eternity, with dear friends at your side.
Who await you a> the home ranch, ncroas the Great Divide
Fifty panic, n da*,, so man-1 coufilV COURT HOLDS SHOUT TFRMI THIS IS Uffl ffl non
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keys, baboons, and orangatangs,
a dozen goats would constitute •
a fair show in itself, yet these Convened Monday, Adjourned Ye,|er.
" i , jci. iiicM*
are but a small part of the Barnes
Three Iiinpr Wild Animal Circus,
the ponies with the Barnes show,
are either full blooded Arabian,
Apalouse or Hungarian stock,
and all arc actors and performers.
The Barnes show will exhibit at
Sayre, September 3.
The Sayre Social Club gave
one of their fortnightly dances
on I uesday evening, which was
Airs. Karl McEiyea has re-
covered fron her recent illness,
and is attain able to lie on;.
' Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ward, of
Texola, were calling on Sa.vre
day to September IS.
County court convened on
Monday last, the jury being call-
ed for Tuesday, There was
really very little work, most of
A Bad Back Makes Life Miserable For
Many Sayre People.
A bad back is a heavy burden.
A burden at night when lied-
Just as bothersome in the
lllUOV VI wuou «
the civil cases being disposed by morning,
default and others continued, j Ever try Doan’s Kidney Pills
The only case tried was that l for it?
oM laud Turner’s barrel of beer, j Know they are for kidney
and yesterday forenoon the backache and for other kidnev
term was adjourned until Sep-‘HI*?
t?n,',,er 15' 1 If vnu don’t, some Sayre people
Savre, Okla.. says: ’’For years
School District Officers I suffered off and on from kidnev
Is it School Furniture that you c°7’lai.nt 1 hafl a lame l,ack
ant. Then see A. R. Harris anf other ann°yances. I was
' friend, „„T,«lay. Then A. R. Harri*. . .....-.......-a- . .»
't T- Hartzog, the Carter real j Sayre. #74 a(jv led to use Doan’s Kidney Pills by
nODinr* n J ... , 1 1
•I.' Y. Jones, of' Carter, • was
transacting business in this city
d (in Tuesday.
* 'has. Bussell, of Elk Oily, was
transacting business in this city
M. S, Wiikerson, of Elk City, J
in fH.a m A .. u I
'■tat* nw, *r*» a 8ayn> ^
given in their praise. A few
Drs. Baker and Speedy made a
professional trip to Texola on
, *»»»•• meir praise. A ti
in Sayre. C. L. Burch It 2 P°r sale »>v ail dealers. Price
7312—Adv ' W cents. Fester Milhurn Co.,
For Sale- New Hodges' Mow- '?uff“l0’jf*" }?y' sole
er and a self-trip Rak<-. as good : "r'1e doited States,
las new. Oscar Caudill. 78tfad Remember the name-Dnan’s
For Sale oit Trade Good sec- and take nft other
w:s in the city yesterday on1 "n oa,t',,w ‘raue ii >oa sec- - —.............
ond hand 11 P Meanea Saddle. Adv.
Innuire of Oscar Ctiiidill riio.r 1
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w. F. Sides negotiated the
sale of the G. M. Counts farm, ;
live miles north of this city, to
J. A. Paddach, This farm joins
on the east the farm which Mr.
I addach has owned for some
years, and gives him one of the ,
finest farms in this section when !
Chas. D. Grady, formerly of
this cty, but now in the em|)loy
of the American Express\Co ,
at Oklahoma City, is Unending
a two wpeks’ vacation visiting j
Iriends here, and his parents,!
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Grady at
Word reaches this city that
Paul Schenk, formerly of this
city, but who has been at Shaw-
nee for some time past, is very
low as the result of injuries re-
ceived a short time since, and
that, his death is expected every
. P. J. Devaney returned home
on Thursday last, .after several L - ,
has purchased a very large stock ■ P „ | - Tu
of new goods for fall and winter njf"" ReV.C ^ , A ful1 ™n Afe,ican male The most sen5at,('na' of a,t coming onJts own special railway srains of
business at the Cuff stores ^ theChristian church. lion, a Siberian bear, a South 25 double length cars
u . , , has bpen conlucting a revival American Baboon and
SfltnrHflv Un,lhtretUine( homf> meetiHg at Plainview school nese mounted on Arabian station
S1;*11 “l,e,r The meetings have been ponie*. f„,„,, quartet".^
I'! c wo, St Louis and ver, Israel, attended, much in- ruple equesfuans, that present
sas i >, w ere he purchased terest being manifested hv resi- one of the thrilling snectaele*
winTefgSs for 7e H^r *? °f , *ifh ^ “« «*»'** wild
store in this citv- County Atforney Leach will ammal circus, which appears in
M u Ieave today for a few days visit Sayre on Septembers.
Jit* u,' Speed a"(lat Edmond- Oklahoma, where Miss Olive Barrett who has
children, who have spent the Mrs. Leach has been visiting-fe- been the guest of her cousin
.month v's.t.ngreiat.es at latives for a couplo of weeks Miss Martha Barrett, of this citv’
) ain lew, Oklahoma, re-j past. Mrs. Leach will returned for some weeks past leaves to-
turned home yesterday morning, to Sayre with him about the first day for her home at Los Angeles
Miss Anna Russell, who has of the coming week. California.
been the guest of relatives in Mrs. Geo. F. Lewis, of Little The Sayre-Doxey Cemetery ■«.
his etty for some weeks past, Rock. Arkansas, is the guest of sociation will meet on Tuesday
left on Monday tor her home at her uncle. Judge C. L. Ruther- afternoon, at 3 o’clock, at the
avenpor . owa. ford, this week. The judge residence of Mrs. S. P.' Rogers
M. C. Parker, of Montago, states that he had not seen Mrs.' All members are urge'!? to ho
New Mexico, is spending a few Lewis in 21 years, or since she i present,
weeks in this city as the guest of was a little girl. m. anfi Mr„ P r. c ,
Ins daughter, Mrs. Rev. J. T. Mrs. J. C. MacKenzie enter- and daughter, Willa, left Tues-
,Jns‘ tained the Misses, Martha Bar- day fora month's tour through
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Martin are i-ett, Olive Barrett. Ida Williams, Colorado and Idaho,
being congratulated over the Nora Telefario, Tomlinson and j vv Garrett f pit- ct ■
arrival of a daughter at their Margaret MacKenzie at six former district court clerk was
residence on rnday morning o dock dinner luesday evening, transacting business at the court
as • The last circus and last rain house yesterday
Mr. andI Mrs. W. u. McCoy l«th vinitecl Sayre June30. An- J„hn8„n returnedypV
returned hom* .Sunday night [other circus is billed for next terday aftern00„, aft„ havi„'
after and extended V'SU with Wednesday and possibly it may spentthe |iasl mon,lls m
friends at Lawton, Oklahoma, bring with it a rain. California
t\Arcy Nunnely has returned
from a two weeks vacation and
Inquire of Oscar Caudill. fil2tf ...
r \T\NTKD AT ONCE Three gills
fou'>veardrfPfl|nr '» Mules1for te!el)honp operators, expen-
THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING THIS FALL
I M i I • /A n T /* A .■>!!. I (* ■ • |
Shows coming on-its ov
25 double length cars.
THE SHOW THAT’S DIFFERENT”
will exhibit at SAYRE
esday, Sept. I
TWO PERFORMANCES AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
A.L. G. BARNES’^
B8G THREE-RSNG W(LD ANIMAL
from a two weeks vacation, and ■ y
ham County National Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carmich- —
ael were made happy by the ar- (
rival of a son at their residence ] n
on Friday morning last.
Mr. and Mrs, Martin Medbery
spent Sunday with Mrs. Med-
t>ery’a parents. Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Davis, at Klk City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Talley re-
turned on Monday from a three
weeks trip to Denver, and other
points in Colorado.
J. A. Minton, the Erick at-
torney, has been in attendance
upon the session of the county
court this week.
Mrs. Ed. M. Shields, of Enid.
Oklahoma, has been the guest of
Mrs. Harry Whitehurst during
the past week.
I)r. J. C. Baker made an auto
trip to his farm, at Port, on!
Geo. D. Patterson, of Elk City.'
was a Sayre visitor on Tuesday.
Select any one
of the beauti ful
new woolens just
received from our famous Chicago tailors
Ed. V. Price & Co.
and let us send them your cprrect meas
Hie for your new suit or overcoat.
DR. JESSE M. ASBURY
Office in Thurmond Building,
Savrk, - Okla. DID* T *1
Res Phone 153, Office Phone 1 <>4 “• I cHIOF,
Amongour 500 exclusive patterns you’ll sure-
ly b,uI one which appeals to your taste and
the price will easily come within your means.
350 ANIMAL ACTORS 350
AFRICAN LIONS RIDE ARABIAN STALLIONS
Herds of Zebras, Zubus, Camels, elephants. Arctic Sea Lions, India Cattle
_ ALL highly educated.
60 mb f ant bib k mu slum; acts 00
i llKEC BIG MILITARY CONCERT BANDS
Next Postoffice, Sayre f'REE STREET PARADE AT 10:30 EACH DAY
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Seely, Charles J. The Sayre Headlight, Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 2 Thursday, August 28, 1913, newspaper, August 28, 1913; Sayre, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405892/m1/5/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.