The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, June 28, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
We believe in
IIE EE1IENDIT M
You take the Jnitiatiuve and visit our store and we will
do our utmost to give you satisfaction.
We Refer our goods to you for your approval.
All \otir calls at our store are subject to “Recall"
Summed up: It is a pleasure for us to please you.
SONGSTER S DRUG & JEWELRY STORE
Don't forget that we Guarantee Satislaction on
Watch and Jewelry Repairing.
Fell from Scaffolding j T^ere was no new reports yes-
Oklahoma City, Okla.: Oscar A. jterday from the Baltimore con ven-
Anderson of 2401 S. Walker street j tion except that John. W. Kern of
fell from a scaffold, and, thfiugh i Indiana, was elected permanent
considerably sprained and bruised, j chairman, and the unit rule was
is able to be about. He says Hunt’s j voted down, which leaves a goodj
Lightning Oil took all the soreness many delegates free to vote as they
away. It is also good for head-1 please. Both of these are Bry an■
aches, neuralgia and rheumatism, i and Wilson victories. Allthepres-
All dealers sell it in 25c and 50c bot- idential candidates except Wilson;
ties.__ j are favoring the old line democratic; j
UNSYMPATHETIC ATTORNEY. 1 policies, in hopes of getting the j
_ | support of the eastern delegates. j jj
Mike Kelly had been a habitue of
Ihe court house for fifb ■ n years and
at every criminal tr’al hr.J occupied
a front seat, listening wi:lrevident
admiration to the speeches of the
The CORXER 1)111JCr STORE
Glasses Furnish'ed for What they are Worth. I am not a member
of any optical trust and make the price on my goods myself, not
being under the restrictions of any optical association. It ' °
your optical work, 1 furnish you with the regular bill of sale for
the goods you get, as required by law. Come in and have youi
eyes examined: it costs you nothing for this service. If you need
and want glases, I of course would like to furnish them, but vou
will not be under any obligations to buy. 1 am willing to take my
chances on getting the business when you get my prices and com-
pare them with the prices of others. Very truly Yours,
THE CORNER DRUC STORE QFn E McCQY
The Ilexall Store, UtU* *-■ ,TIUUU 1 *
l Registed Optician, Druggist. Jeweler.___
Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs, j
| After a freightful coughing spell |
ja man in Neenah.Wis., felt terrible 1
.pains in his side and his doctor found ;
| two ribs had been broken. What ag-
“Ben,’’ he s.-iid one- day, after the jony Dr. King’s NewDiscovery would ;
prosecutor had ended his remarks, i have saved him. A few teaspoons-.
*T» heard ye.i speak again ana lfuiendsa late cough while persist- I
again, but never, or my so 1, h ■ Lnt use routs obstinate coughd.expels !
First “Mortgage Farm Land Security, at a
rate of interest, with
the most liberal repaying privilege,
We Hava the Gash
poor devil on trial.”—The Popula
! stubborn colds or heals weak, sore ;
I lungs. “I feel sure it’s a godsend, to..
hand to pay out on loans the very day the title
approved and mortgage papers are executed.
For terms and rate of interest
C. H. McCracken
C. H. McCracken of Cashion. an-
nounces in this issue as a candidate
for Superintendent of Public In-
istruction of Kingfisher county, sub-
ject to the republican primary to
be held August (’>.
Mr. McCracken hails from Mis-
souri, where he has completed the
State Normal Course of Study, at
I Springfield, Mo., and has taught
' successfully in the rural schools of
i that state. He has also studied at
j the Oklahoma State and Chicago
; Universities. For the past two
years he has been principal of the
| Cashion public schools and is also
| employed to teach there the coming
year. Mr. McCracken holds an Ok-
lahoma state certificate, and is in
every way qualified to perform the
duties of this office.
Ends Hunt for Rich Girl
Often the hunt for a rich wife
ends when a man meets a woman
that uses Electric Bitters. Her
strong nerves tell in a bright brain
and even temper. Her peach-bloom
complexion and ruby lips results
from her pure blood; her bright
eyes from restful sleep; her elastic
step from firm, free muscles, all tell-
ing of the health and strength Elec-
tric Bitters give a woman, and the
fieedom from indigestion,backache,
headache, fainting and dizzy spells
they promote. Everywhere they
are woman’s favorite remedy. If
weak or ailing, try them. 50c at
the Corner Drug Store.
Some of the members of the dem-
ocratic national committee claimed
that they had Bryan on the run.
They considered him squelched and
The Roosevelt managers do not J but little attention would be paid
expect to organize a new party in to him during the convention. The
those states that are known to be
favorable to progressive republican-
ism, but only in states controlled
press dispatches, however, state
that over 75,000 people met Bryan
at the station in Baltimore Sunday
ACHIEVING THE IMPOSSIBLE
“It is impossible to make oil and
“Is it? Tlr.v about nrlisi:- who
paint ' views in oii olor;:”
wu smam'isaBssmas: mimmassnsittm
writes Mrs. Eli.1 Morton j
i Columbia,Mo.,“for I believe 1 would j
j have consumption today if 1 had not!!
:used this great remedy.” Its guar- |
!anteed to satisfy, and you can get a |
i free trial bottle or 50c or $1 size at j
I the Corner Drug Store.
THE FIRST BUNK OF OKARCHE
UNDER STATE SUPERVISION
CCCtD GAN'C IN A COOH COUNTRY.
: wmri WVSK» ; * a IMWim
j by Taft. In states that are k nown night, and the crowd was so dense
to be “progressive,” the Roosevelt J for four blocks that Bryan could
presidential candidates and electors 1 with difficulty get to his hotel. He
will be put on the tickets without J ,nav be on the run, but not in the
I disturbing the state tickets, while direction planned for by the above
in Taft’s strongholds it is desired mentioned committeemen.
I to put up a new national and state .
Each age of our lives has its joys,
ticket throughout. , , ,, , .
Old people should be nappy, and
Move On Now | they will be if Chamberlain’s Tab-
savs a policeman to a street‘crowd, !***» are taktn to strengthen the di-
and whacks heads if itdonV’Move ««tion and keep the bowels reun-
ion now, says the big harsh mineral,lar- lhose tablets are mild and
| pills to bowel congestion and suffer- *™tle in their action and suita-
ing follows. Dr. King’s New Life ble for people of middle age and
1 Pills don’t bulldoze the bowels*They older. For sale by all dealers,
j gently persuade them to right ae- Any rea(lt,r of the Times, when
'tion. and health follows. 25c at payjnj? for R year-s subscription,
] can get the Kansas City Star a year
j for 15 cents.
■ . . •
the Corner Drug Store.
The Times will print your Sale Bills.
Every*article in the house is included in iUis sole
THESE GOODS WILL BE SOLD
,v. been taxed «, the. utmoa.............. .he need, of ..... thron,.. 7000 people have been notified of .hi. Great Ci,..og
Oat Sale. We have mad, prico. never before heard of. People have con,. fra,n alm„t beyond .redm, to -W .n tb v,., we M. «« .
When ..... line, run abort. er... their price., ».r«. then, with other lot,, and m.ka them tw.ee the harga.o, they wore before^ lift I • * ' "
,.ASr; There will be new and apeci.l valoea e.ery day until July bth. We have not the apace to quote pr.ee, here, bat « ..... th. -b
convince the most skeptical that we are giving bargains never before equalled.
Riiium'nr, this Sale Continues until Saturday, July 8tii, and Every Day is IWg'ain Day
You will miss the opportunity of a lifetime if you fail to attend this Sale
^ & ’L
BcaCf. y*?. -p- .N. • nmcMXau:.
OKA HC UK,
-. wo* w.: «xjr. tammamm tnsm mmmmmmm
. . haiba il
,; ,LK.K».. ■
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, June 28, 1912, newspaper, June 28, 1912; Okarche, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc858904/m1/1/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.