Bixby Bulletin (Bixby, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, September 25, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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B I X BY.
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Entered as second-class matter at
the post office at Bixby, Oklahoma
Published every Friday of each week
Three Months .....25
HAPPY W. WORSHAM, Editor
JOHN E. LAWMASTER. Publisher
Advertising Rales oil All
copy for olmntro in Advcrtlsuients
sliould In- in this office not later than
Wednesday noon, to insure insure in-
sertion In that weeks issue. Job work
cash, unless parly tias ruuniutr account
at this office.
FRIDAY SEPT.. 25, 1914.
Don’t talk war but rather talk
Building is not a thing of lli-*
past in Bixb.v._
Buy a bale and then if possible
Pay as you go, and people will
be glad to see you come back.
Col. Watterson’s war editori-
als are running largely to ex-
Let every merchant buy a bale
of ootton and help the fanner
who farms the farms.
PEACE fOft OURS.
If Republicans in Congress
think they are going to make
political capital for themselves
by introducing resolutions de
signed to erabari ass the admin
istration in its conduct ot the
foreign relations of this c< unt**y
they are very much mistaken
Seiiator Gallinger is the latest
offender He would have Con-
gress adopt resolutions that in :
effect would question the good j
faith of Japan’s assurance to the |
United Btre* with regard to
j China and the Pacific.
The American people are in no
mood to permit politicians to
trifle with the delicate inter
national relations oi this country
in this great crisis. What Japan
has declared her intention of
doiug is wholly wit hin her rigets.
We may not agree with Julian s
contention that Germany’s China
la isehold is a menace to the
peace of the Far East, but, she
ins done nothing and contem
plates not hing, that jeopardizes
any American interest.
If -there is one thing upon
which the people of the United
States are determined it is that
this country shall not be drawn
into war or into serious compli
cations with any nation. They
will make short shrift of politi
cians who do anything to phi1
harass the administration in
carrying out a policy of neutral
ity and peace. _
The European combatants
might confer a favor on this part
of the world if they would use
All the pictures of the German
soldiers show them dressed in
long-skirted military coats. No
wonder they, are going north.
If Col. Roosevelt really wants
to win Louisi ina to the Progress
ive party, why doesn’t he restore
11 rse racing at New Orleans?
Wouldn't it be terrible if the
Boston Braves were to sail over
New York in a dirigible and drop
baseballs on the Polo Grounds?
Personally We hope to see the
day when every woman will be
entitled to vote, but we shall re
gret to hear of any man’s wife
making him wear her old clothes.
As Judge, R L. Williams can-
didate for governor and stand-
ard bearer of the Democracy of
t he State of Oklahoma goes about
this great state and beholds the
agriculiural seetions of the state
all fields smile exept one.
The Republican press in Ibis
state need not expect to achieve
great things or to accomplish re
suits by slinging1 mud Let them'*
take a fair and square stand upon
the issues that confront the
people of this state. These Re-
publican mudslingers are simply
going to dauh themselves.
Lee Oruce has betrayed the
people of Oklahoma and the party
to whom heows everything that
bp is or ever was. That’s the
reason why the Democratic party
c nnot commend him. He has
violated the sacredness and sanc-
tity of his oath to satisfy himself
and brother A. C
If there is anything despicable
it, is to see a bunch of miserable
whelps standing around on the
skreets spitting a brown streak
and “cussing” a purple one
You stand upon the st reel corner
and boast that you’re a law-ab d
ing citizen when every breath
you breath brings nn oath and
with t a violation of human and
divine law and insults some de
The passage by the House this
week of the General Dam Bill, b.v
a vote of 190 to 47, means that
one of the morel inport ant of the
Administration’s tasks is well
accomplished; so well accomp-
lished that even theProgressives,
who once claimed trt be only true
conservationists," have nothing
but praise for the' joint conduct
of two Democratic Cabinet offi
cers and two Democratic com-
mittee chairmen.—New York
Evening Post (Ind. Rep).
Thirty-nine ,Republican and
SANTA CLAUSE DEAD.
Inasmuch as ye have done it
unto the least of these, my breth
ren ye have done it unto me."—-
Matthew xxv 40. It is going to b^
a mighty sad Christmas for
many millions of little children
in war-town Europe. When their
papas kissed them and marched
away under the fluttering flags
of the wild, the grand music of
war, they did not know whether
they would ever come back again
Standing shoulder to shoulder,
baring their breasts to the can
non’s mouth, wading instep deep
in the valleys of the desperate
strife for home and country,
millions of children’s “Santa
Claus” already rest peacefully in
unknown, sunken graves in u
far off land, never to return to
their little ones.
When you kis < your papa good
bye as he goes to work in the
morning you feel confident that
he will come back to you at din-
ner time. You know that in the
evening you will climb daddy’s
knee “the evening kiss to share. ”
But to the poor little children of
Europe, driven from their homes,
wandering about in huge concern
tration camps', unable to hear
from daddy, knowifig not wheth
er he has found his grave in some
wild charge, there is no sunshine
in their little hearts,-on,.y ue£p
gloom and fear. Why, do you
know that even clothing is going
to be mighty scarce in Europe t<>
clothe these little children? Do
you know that famine and want
will march In the wake of the
contending armies? Do you know
that where death does not take
daddy he will, return home, if at
all, with a leg or an arm left on
the battle field? Do you know
that daddy will never again be
the same daddy he was when he
marched blithely away at his
In all the long hours when these
little European children are
waiting for daddy’s return moth
er can only cheer them with the
great welling ocean of a mother’s
love. When these little children
are crying for daddy and for
something to eat mother can
only promise them that God is
watching over daddy and over
Democratic State Ticket.
RO B ERT L WILLIAMS
M. E. TRAPP.
Secretary of State
J. L. LYONS.
Si ate Auditor
E. it. HOWARD.
Slate Exa mer and Inspector
FRI t) PARKINSON
Uhiet Mine Inspector
1 |). BOYLE.
President 1 loard Agici,Iture
FRANK M GAULT-
Clerk i l Supreme Court
WILLIAM M. FRANKLIN.
S. P. F REEL ING
W L ALEXANDER.
State Insurance Commissioner
A. L WELCH.
Supt. Public Instruction
R. H. WILSON.
A. P. WATSON.
Commissioner Charities and
W. .1 MATTHEWS
W. G. ASHTON.
United States Senator
THOMAS P. GORE.
JAS. S. DAVENPORT
R. L DAVIDSON.
JAS. S. SYKES.
Our Line Of
Drugs and Kodaks
is complete. Me have the agency for Eastman]
Kodak supplies and do developing and printing.
WHEN WE SELL
we arc sure to please the customer and they arc Guaran-
teed to Give Satisfaction or your money will be refunded.j
Bixby Drug Company
| FRANK WOLFE |
Sanitary Barber Shop
Hot and Cold Baths
Democratic County Ticket
For Superior Judge,—Maurice
A B reckon ridge.
For County Judge,—James W
For County Attorney,—Ed
For Bounty Surveyor B. K
For County Commissioner. Ed.
For County School Supt. II. D
‘‘Party will build two store
buildings on lots 1 and 2, block
21, one or two storms. If satis,
factory rental arrangements can
he made. Add. Greoetken Pump
Co , Aurora, Illinois.”
Yours yery truly,
J. J. Grotken.
Bixbv Livery Company
Good Rigs and Careful Drivers
The Barn in the Brick Building
Servia appears to have coin
plete control of the telegraph
I’nss in and out of Nish, sp'id, to
employ a corps of operators that
never lose a battle.
The Palace Meat Market
oi \ti u/ and Grocery. &
W- L. H. COUCH, Prop.
All kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Funk Building near Post-Office. Proe Delivery Phone 58
Good luck beats the best strat-
egy __ -
T BIXBY HAS VALUABLE AGENCY.
The Bixby Drug Co., has the
agency tor the simple mixs
ture of buckthorn bark
glyeerine, etc., known as Adler,
ka, the remedy which became
famous by curing appendicitis.
This simgle remedy has powers
ful action and drains such surs
prising amounts of old matter
»rom the body that JUST ONE
DOSE relieves sour stomach,
gas on the stomach and constipa
J. 1). FULBRtGHT, Prop.
Quick -s- Delivery
\ PHONE 12
Horses and Mules
bought and Sold
You Save Money On Your
Implements, Buggies Rameys* ^ -
Furniture, Stoves, Crockery, Tin-
ware, Gramteware, Glassware, Gas
Fixtures, in fact Everything Handled
By a Hardware Merchant when you
Buy It at Geo. Wiles.
THE PALACE OF SWEETS
W. A. WAR BURTON. Prop.
IT’S OLD PEG
Ice cream, cold drinks, Tobacco, Cigars, Candy and Fruit.
Wholesale and retail Ice Cream—Wholesale agent for the
Southwestern Bottling Works of Tulsa Call and see me,
Between Dr.Watterson’s office and Phillips store. Phone 77.
the water power problem k:t is astonishing.
WE Know the ROADS
I. A BUTTS LUMBELR ®
We curry in stock Builders Material, of all kinds,
Red Cedar Shingles and lath.
MOUND CITY PAINT
Prices as Low as Can he Obtained Elsewhere.
tixBY. S. R. IDWMAN, MANAGER BIXBY YARD, Oklahoma
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