The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 44, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 3, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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Tint ia only one of the many teatons why you ahould tra el OPENED FOR YANKEE
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Dudly's Polish makes old harness look NEW
Wanted at once 500 agents to sell Dudly's High
Class Fair Leather Polish for Auto. Buggies
Pianos guaranteed to do tlic work or money
Will- buy all worn out harness and leather any
where in the state. Cash paid on delivery.
Harness of all kinds made to order on short
noHce. Address Saumel L. Dudly
116 So. Main St. Muskogee. Okla.
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Liikwrti v i w
Successor To Miller and Delrmcy
Wc Cm Serve You Far ind Near
Wc Can Save You Money
323 N. 2nd. St. Phone 1286 Muskogee Ok.
TLe Prict in right if if a naught of
IIS N. 2ad
Money to Load
Oppoait of Kress
Midland Valley R. R.
Dudley's Polish make old buggies look NEW
aud heartily recommend It to all
434 20th St. Doover Col
I have the agency In this state
for your Dudloy Fair Leather Polls
and I tnko pleasure In saying that It
dooa everything It agreos to do sella
readily and an experiment with It
makes a demaud for It always.
J. H. DONIPHAN.
I am using Dudley's Auto Body
Polish on my line of Moan Dro. Bug-
gies and every customer Is well
pleased with Its working qualities
D. J. DANIHY.
Harness Saddles and Buggies
Muskogee Okla. June 12 1117.
To Whom It May Concern:
ThlB Is to certify that I have tried
Dudley's AhIo Body Polish and
may cay It Is the best I hate usod.
I recommend it to all housekeepers.
COL. E. D. JEFFERSON.
NEW TIME CARD
"So" 1 For Tulsa and Wichita depart -8:00 a.
Nt. 7 (Motor) for Tulsa depart l-2:ol p.
No. 5 For Tulsa and Pawn uika depart 5:10 p.
Ho. 3 From Ft Smith
Oil FHEIGU SOIL
British Secretary Reports That
U. S. Officers Have Made No
Objections The War May
Restore Common Seiioo Re-
garding the Liquor Question
Sayc National Hotel Giuetto
Tho army canteen va3 oneo an hon-
ored Institution iWemlcd bj. high offi-
cials and recognised by Cangra-u It
was defended aa an institution which
pormittcd the army offlcrrc to control
tho sale of light alcoholic booragou to
tho soldiers keop them t.BtUod with
thoir own canteen and J .a:ulor
away from tho camp in uearch of ro-
froshmonts and ontortnlnroont. It was
said that it protcntert detertlons and
courts martial for minor Infractions of
military discipline. The uioct experi-
enced officers in the army upheld tht
canteen. But ono day the ladles of ths
V. C. T. U. mndo an assiult on Con-
fjross and demanded that tho eanrn
bo prohlhltrd. A young orator In tho
House made a pucsionate cbarse
against tho canteen at n time when ths
gallerloB were flllod with the ladles ot
tho W. C. T. U. and hla amendment
to tho army bill prohibiting tho can-
toen was adopted with tho expecta-
tion that it would bo rejected In tha
Senate nut tho Senate was aa ccn-
oidcrato of the ladles as was tha
House and tho canteen wan abolished.
Not for Amorlcs.
That wait about ten yearn ago and
notwithstanding tho protects of army
oSlcers the law h.s remained mid
boen added to until we now have Iwi
which prccnt tho nalo of arjr klud f
alcoholic bocrago to a soldier In unt-
fsrm with Interpretation that thsy
alio prohibit any ono from gMnj; a
soldier a moling draught of bor uudor
any condition whateor except In ths
hosnllal with an army Burgeon proRcnt
to administer It on tho responsibility
No. 3 From Tulsa and Wichita arrivo
No. A For Ft. Smith d p irt
No. 2 For Ft. Smith depart
No. 7 From Ft. Smith arrive
Train No. 8 From Tulsa (Motor) arrive
rraia No. 6 From Pawhuaka and Tulsa arrivs
Daily except Sunday.
For further information.
arrive . 7;30 p. m of eating llfo. It Is now practically
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Phone PBX 4260 Muskogee. Oklahoma.
Muskogee Okla. June IS 191T.
I am using Dudley's Auto Body
Polish lu my horns and y wife Is
well plsased with same.
REV. A. 1L NORIi.
Polish makes old
saddels look NEW
.lakes old Autos
TSe Rottlo for 35a
Thl sis to certify that this Polish
Is the Host we bare evor used and
If you try It you will be convinced.
J. F. ADDINQTON.
IV7 Knight St. ProTldtmcs R. I.
Mussogeo Okla. 2-15-17.
Whoa It May Conoom:
ihia ia 10 certify that wo lmo
ad a fciU.-m of tho famous Dudley i lt promiie-.
1 have recently taken the agency
for tho sale of Dudloy's Fair Polish
and I can say that wherever It has
boen usod lt has glveu perfect satls-
fnctlou aud the preparation doss all
lOil Morning Glory T. Holdenvllls.
LUlle Wilkorsou W. U.
Troe litflit L. 8U McAIostcr.
Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays ot each
C. H. Hayes W. M.
Guorgo A. Llruco W. i.
316 h Choctaw.
8C MaUieu L. 3 l'oilor OLlu.
.Meets 1st aud 3rd Tuesday nights of
W. S. Motloy W. II.
J. E. Pitts W. S.
SsiMblno T. 01 OkUli.
Meets 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each
Mrs. C. S. Aloxnnder W. P
Ulrda Johnson W. S.
6t. Tlionias Ixlgo No. (17 Oktulia.
Moots 2nd and 4th Saturdays of eaoh
Alex Robinson W. M.
Lennle Ilobiuson W. S.
Light of Iloloy L. OU Holoy.
Meets 1st aud 3rd ThuiEday sights
of sack month.
W. II. Tatum W. U.
Ed Kobinson W. 8.
St. Lawrence IxkIo Btrlntowai
Meet 1st Monday nights of sack
E. Neal W. M.
Dr. A. J. Whitby W. S.
Lxcelalur T. No. 107 Wllburtun.
iloets 1st and Sid alatuxduys of taeb
Mrs. Dklla Parker W. P.
Mro. Fuuiilo Choiry VV. 1.
CijMtal White L. So. lU A 1 mi ma.
Metis 1st and 3rd Thursdaya o( aaoh
I. W. Carwlle . m.
N. H. Witahlugton W. I.
Muskogee Okla. Juas IS HIT.
I am using Dudloy's Auto aad
Body Polish on my car and find It to
work fins In sTery way. Btsry sas
should ass this hlgh-grad Polls a.
DK. A. T. WAEINQI.
'ttrn.ltu . roluu ruu nro Tory uux-
us to say that wo hao useu an
kluds of iwl)eh aud this is the best
pllsb we ha ever had tho pleaB-
ure of ualuK. It luues tte flneat
:.i c ' ult're und you can us4
r ilt 4 of furniture.
t lit r In
jecml Hs-d4 Unraixur.
LOUIS C. AVBNDOIUPM.
Juns 12th. 1017.
We hare a large amsunt of Dud
ley's Auto Dody Polish In our stors
and find that eysry customer Is well
pleased with ths high-class gloss It
leaves on all grades or rurniiur. n
should b la ever yhoms.
WAHON TKADINS CO.
Muskogst Okla. Juns 14 1111.
I have triad ths famous Dudley's
C1LADTKKK A RAYMOND.
Muskogoe Okla. J-1B-17. Auto Polish and saust say It loss
Tn wimm it Mav Concern: hlsk-elsss work. I rMosaassad M U
This Is to certify that we havo used every hosts.
Dudley Furutturo Polish In our fur- HON W. H. TWINB
I aiiur stors aad Uk K ysfj Psaa mtm laVwsf
True Light Temple Chlckaaha
Meets 1st aad 3rd Thursdays of each
Mrs. R. A. Bass W. P.
Mrs. Minnie Dixon W. 8.
816 S. 2nd St.
CUytoa Ixxlgo Boloy
Mssts 2nd and 4th Friday nights of
J. I. Lockhnrt W. M.
L. D. Bright W. 8.
Rout 4 Box S.
Goldsa Eagle Lodge Clarcuior
Most 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights ef
Ill Eastmaa W. M.
A. W. RoblnsoB W. 8.
Qsean Estiior IVinplo Coweta
Mssts Sn dand 4th Tuesdays of each
Mrs. C. M. Nlehols W. P.
Blaora Hadnett W. 8.
liter Leaf T. 80 EufaaU.
Mssts 2nd aad 4th Thursdays of eaek
Mrs. I. p. Akrams W. 8.
Mrs Aaals Uaftk W. P.
Imposslblo for a soldier to lake a drink
on American soil. We are ralslug a
larger army than we over had before
In tho history of tho country and that
army Is not to fight on American zoll.
It Is to fight In Franco and wo havo
ofllcIal now3 from London that Ib Inter-
esting on this point. Jam-'s Ian .Mc-
Pher6on parllnniontniy Ljcrotnry to
tho var otllco In tho IIcu:o of Com-
mons roportod tint cantcona n'r 'ar
to those ot tho Drill ih tro"ro cro ha-
Ing opened for tho '.mcIran t-oops
and no objection had been ra'sed by
tho U. S. military author' cc. So
the Amorlcan troop3 In Finnce nro to
hae enntcena Blmllar to tho o of tho
British und Ticnch armloB w 1 h nt tv
ply tho soldlorB vlth wine boor pi-tar
and rum or Just tho sumo bovo nj'oi
that American ecldioro ore i-er. Ittcd
to buy from tho cantcunB ot tho 'nor-
lean army a dozen jcura ao T Is In-
formation must bo cotcc lio'1 it H
la publtnhod in tho W.islilns' .' I'vp
nlng Star which b nov a pro' ' Mon
organ and would not i oil jh filso
nows in tho intorcBt of tho emen.
The Work for ll.ri?l t.
It is another ovl lencc of t o lack of
sincerity or Impracticability of Amer-
ican temperance lawn for prohlhMon.
CongrosB has all siimratr boon trvln
to hedge about our noldlera at thoiikh
they were klndorcarten pupils prrhlb
King thorn from buying a glean of hcor
or a highball but whou Pershing's
nrmy reaching Francu about tho time
the Fronch wero cel?bratln thoir mv
tlonal holiday tho Tronch aournmont
and tho French pooplo sent ?!(to of
champagno and other vino to th
American camp and after a full coc-
slderntlon Pershing pormllted his ool-
dlora to accept tha prousnt uul alfo to
go out In town ?ud buy Fio.ch wins
and drink It whllo In uniform Now
comes the statement In the British
Parliament that the English and
French military authorities rc fura
Ishlng our troona with canteens Juitl
I like their own In which alcoholic bef
erases are sold and that. too. wltbl
nd 4th Tini iu.. . tho consent of tho U. S. military au-
pk. Tn.. "' u.ul ...-- o L. . : j
J. A. Fonvlll AV. M.
J. W. Williams W. S.
.Mulicll L. No. 4 Mnbell.
iloeta 'nd and 4lh Tuesday nights of
E. M. Wllnou W. fl.
Cherokee L. No. 4H Ttolaml.
Moeta 1st and 3rd Thursday night of
N. H. Hayes V. AL
A. Piggeu W. S.
St. Luwrence T. No. OH Atoka.
Meets let and 3rd Wednesdays
Mrs. Geneva Crunk W. P.
Mrs. C. li Chambers W. 8.
1 1 Ilrljtht Iropctt.s Kplro.
Meets at Masonic Hull 1st aud Srd
Thursdays of each month.
Mrs. Francos Jennings W.P.
Jonnlo Holtnr.'aoad W. 8.
0 Tall tltr. v. ML-...-
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuoa.inv'r
14 Pwirly at Gate L. I'ortar.
For atatlonery only.
J. D. Whaley W. 8.
60 Vli-lcfii V) Imrk.
Calvin Jones W M.
8. A. Watson W. S.
7 Ualou flror T Wbark.
- "Ill Ut Rncl rU Thursdsy. of WCh
tboritles. So tho canteen may be wl
vlved In I-Vanco though prohibited 11
ue unuea states.
This war may rsttors common senMl
sad courage to support It to the Govl
rnmont In resisting tho fanatical ds-i
wands of the antlmloou lobby. Nvl
tloaal Hotel Qarctto.
LIQUOR WELL HIDDcN.
W. C. Psrrywau r. p.
Albsrta Bmitk w. 8.
J"!1 m Ww 188 Halilositllto.
Mssts l.t aid 4th Thursdays of eaeh
lira. Tamar Oldsn w. P.
A dispatch from Klamath Tails On
to the Portland Oreconlau. Bays:
Ernest A. Quulf proprietor of tkl
Hot Sprlnrs roomlnE-house of tm
city who waj brroated followlns a rail
of his rceort whore 39 bottles of Into
testing liquor wero found In the par
Mons in the house and false winds
casuga and under a false bottom
ta kitchen wood box. was oentenc
to 80 days In Jail and to pay a fine
sff im attsj r tit ih. ui
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 44, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 3, 1917, newspaper, November 3, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70232/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.