The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, April 22, 1910 Page: 4 of 9
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BRICK HOTEL. MTMTCHCT ISSUES * WW '
Sunday, Ayr.l £4 lb, 1910.
j ke ok arc K ■ - TIMES
arehe in 1*92
Lord a"'# h!sw Cfrclal Offer* to Cap-
ture Cne THou'aod Rodents In
Three Nights. .
. . answered
\ PHON1 NO. 64.
J. P. Getulius, j
Will cry sales anywhere Write |
for Halts b. (ore liilllcii! S»le ;
Plioiie So. 381. Ki Reno Okla. ^
Phone at my expense
I Young Onionsi Radishes.
i Roast I *ri ine < >f Heef, New I.njj-
i Hakcd Ox Heart. Currant Jelly
Maccaroni, Hungarian Style.
FOR SHERIFF Vegetables
,k., i Snowfliike Potatoes, June l’eas
We are authorized to announce that . n
Bill Johnson Is a candidate for the of-1 . ,
flee of sheriff of Canadian county, sub- Green Apple I i<‘, (.ooseberr.
ject to the action of the Democratic | pie
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
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VETERINARY SUhCEOR £ HORSE DERUST
Have your colls east rated by an
expert. Calls promptly attended
to day or night
Oflice, Robinson’s Barn.
OKAltl HE, OKLA. ^
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FEED AND WACOM YARD
1 have leased the Roblnaon
Feed Barn and Wagon Yard and
will handle a full line of all
kinds of grain, hay and ground
primaries in August iblO.
The Times is authorized to an-
nounce that 11- H. M A YU ki.ii is a
I candidate for the nomination for
‘ sherill of Canadian couDty, subject to
j the action of the Democratic primary
election in August.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
The Times b authorized to an
nounce that Ci.akenck White is a|
candidate for the oflice county Clerk ]
iof Canadian county, subject to the
1 action of the democratic party at the
primary election. August 2, IblO.
The Times is authorized to an-
nounce that D. S. Brown, o' Pied
mont, is a candidate for the oflice of
representative from Canadian county,
subject to the republican primary
election August 2.
DETTERNIAH’S LIVERY BARN
AND FEED YARD
Everything New and First-class
Good' Riga, with or. without
EAST MAIN ST. PHONE NO. 42
OKARCHE PRODUCE CO.
All kinds of LuBricatlng and Fuel
Oil, Coal Oil and Gasoline. Oil deliv-
ered to patrons along the cream routes
Highest Cash Market Price Paid for
Schmidt <EL Baiistert
Phone No. ti.
Stephenson Has a Damage Suit.
Kdwin Stephenson, formerly in the
furniture business here, but now a
real estate man of Oklahoma City,
has been sued In the district court of
that county lor 15 OOOas the result of
an in ji ry sustained bv a lady who was
run over last fall by Steoltenson’s au-
Vanilla lceCream, Ass’t Cake.
Tea, Coffee. Milk.
Luncheon: 1:00 to 2:30 p. m
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanley, from N<-
I braska, are here this week^visiting h
Mrs: Steiner,.of Ohio is visiting her
cousin, Mrs. Alfred Zweiacher.
Henry Bohling is having a fine man-1
sion built on his farm southeast of
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Wehmueller took
dinner with Robert Fjichholz and fam-
ily last Sunday.
Roy Dorland and Misses Ethel and
Grace Cook attended church at Mt.
Zion last Sunday evening.
Miss I pa Beecham is staying with
her aunt, Mis Fowler, who is quite
Mr. and Mrs. Schweibert spent Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Beard.
CREAM OF WHEAT
Manufactured by the Kingfiser
Mill & Elevator Co. i* the be*t on
the market. If your merchant
cannot supply you, call on B. A.
Hcnderion, at the grain office.
BEST DEEP MINE
Flour and Feed, Fence Potts, both
Oak and Bolt D’arc, always
KINGFISHER MILL AND
B. A. Henderson, Local MgT.
High Priced Pork.
Monday afternoon Ohas. Keller de-
1 ivered a 400 pound hog to C W. Mei
stretl, receiving »« «0 per hundred, or
approximately 105 00 This Is as
much as t he price of a (mod milk cow
and even at the high price of corn and
other feed, seems big money for the
Deputy Sheriff Cates was here yes
terday front Et Reno, summoning wit-
nessea tor the county court.
Improvements at the Creamery.
A porch is being built all along the
east side of the creamery building.
This part of the building is being used
by the but ter maker as a residence
ano the new feature will add both to
the appeal ance of the building and
the ci mfort of the occupant
Ladies Aid Meets Monday Afternoon
The Ladies Aid of the Congrega-
tional church will serve “Coffee" at
the home of Mrs L G. WoltT next
Monday eveniug April 25th. Every-
body invited. A good time promised
Mrs. L G Wolff,
Mrs. T B. Standard,
Miss Nellie Standard,
Mis* Cora Crow,
Mrs. W. M. Kelso,
Mrs. A J. Thompson.
Bitten by a Mad Cat.
W. T. Carson says on bis return
from the meeting of the Presbytery
at Lawton last week he met George
Lovell on tiis way to Oklahoma City
with two of bis children who had
been bitten by a mad cat. The cat
it is thought was aflltcted with hy
drophobla at the tirue.
The Keller teams are hauling sand
for the buildings this week while
w ailing for the exact size of the Hau,
Eischen ,V Co. building to be deter-
mined. They have a contract for 200
loads of sand at d are getting it at
the Bate* farm northwest of town.
Geo. Hnebing has bought a now
Minneapolis threshing outfit to be de-
livered in June. The engine will be
22 horse power and the separator 52- j
—A nifty bunch of the latest creation
in jewelry. Just arrived at Derby’s. |
The Brick Hotel will serve a sre-
cial •‘Lmn-hfim” next Sunday from’
1:00 to 2:30 p. rr. See bill of fare ini
Mrs. J. K Wright, of Junction City
Kansas, ttDd son, .1. E. Wright, of
this place, were Oklahoma City visit-
— Bring in your Edison Pbtmograph
and get an attachment put on at
practically no cost, so you can enjoy
the new Amberol (our minute record
Special offer at E. R. Derby s.
J. P Gore, manager of the Famous
Dry Goods Co', has been contiDed to
his bed several days this week with an
aggravated attacked of tonsilitis The
troub e began Saturday and he was
sent to oed Tuesday •
London —it .seem* that the grue-
some freemasonry which binds Eu-1
rqpean official executioners together
causing them to Intermarry and in-
herit the profession, is not without
its parallel amov.g ratcatchers. Hence
John Jarvis, who has just been ap-
pointed official ratcatcher to the Lon-
don county council at a salary of
$213.12 a year, is a ratcatcher by in-
heritance and instinct quite as much
as he is by profession.
Since 1803 each male member of his
family has devoted his life to catching
rats, and so it was with the greatest
confidence that Jarvis issued a chal-
lenge to all the ratcatchers in the
kingdom to catch more of the vermin j
in a given time than any man living, ,
provided that neither dogs nor ferrets
were employed in the hunt. Further* ,
more, he said that with the assistance
of his uncle. Mr. J. Dalton, he would
undertake to catch 1,000 rats in three
As Jarvis made these challenges he j
fondled half a dozen tame white rats, j
while his seven-year-old daughter at j
his side played with a couple of fer-
rets. "I have no son to carry on the !
business,’.’ he said, "but Kit, there, and
her younger sister both know pretty
well all there is to know about catch-
“The means I use for catching them
alive Is a family secret, known only
to my people for the last four gener-
ations. I won’t tell you exactly what
that secret is, but I don’t mind letting
you know that it acts very much in
the same way as chloroform does on a
human being. Over my back I fling
a huge sack, connected with a trap-
door arrangement at my side. I wear
noiseless boots and black clothes.
“As I walk down the passages with
a bull’s-eye lantern attached to my
side the rats, scared hy th e light,
scamper past me. As they run I can
pick them up left or right hand and
drop them into the trap-door. Gradu-
i ally they work their way around to
! the sack on my back. My! How they
fight! Sometimes when I fancy I have
a hundred I find half of them are
killed by the time I arrive home."
rfm"?£ IMPLEMENTS AND HARVEST-
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Tbe Moline Double Row Disc Cultivator is the Only j
.......n in Cultivating and Layingeby
two-row machine to use
and one of
on the market.
in the “Trust"
the 'test machines
\Ye sell the famous
it is the best twine on
the market and and is
<rnaranteed to work sat-
isfactory under till con-
JAPAN SENDS GIFT OF ROSES
Many Other Nations Will Be Repre-
sented in Portland Fete for Queen
Portland. Ore.—Japanese roses are
to blossom in Portland parks and
squares. L’nder the shadow of Mount
Hood they will thrive as they do in
their own islands, with stately Fuji-
yama looking down upon them.
The Japanese people of Yokohama
have just presented Portland with 170
rosebushes of native Japanese growth
that are now on the way here for the
annual rose-nlanting fete. The roses
will be set out In the public squares.
Many nations will be represented in
the rose-planting exercises. Holland
has sent an orange rose, emblematic
of the dominance of the house of
Orange in national affairs. France and
Germany w ill be represented by splen-
did plants that will show the pre-emi
nence of these countries in rose cul-
ture and it Is hoped to get a bush
from Persia, where old Omar so long
ago sung the beauties of the queen
xnou.*.. ----------- flower. Other nations, through real-
continued dry hot winds is suggestive dent consuls, will present the city
that a few acres of cotton would be a | with the flowering shrubs.
good thing on every farm In the cour. .....
ty. Cotton ia a sure crop here and as MONEY HIDDEN UNDER CAR ET
a reserve crop In case of failure of the1 -
THE ACME MOWER
is tiie greatest urass cut
tint; machine on earth.
Xhe Acme LerK, Self
Dump, Sulhy R.aKe
Is the StrmiRest and Most
Popular Kake at a Moderate
Price. Hest Alfalfa Kake on
The Acme machinery is not made or controlled by
' the Trusts. Protect your own interests by patronizing
TWO GAR LOADS OF HENNEY BUGGIES JUST
RECEIVED. CALL AND SEE THEM _
i Headquarters for all kind, of Farming Implements,
| Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Cream Separators, Wind-
• mills, Towers, Tanks, and general Hardware. See
us for Prices.
Ludwig Brothers &
The high price of cotton and the
corn crop, cannot oe ovcrestiinairfl.
Cotton is now wortli about four cent«
in tue seed, with a prospect of better
prices at picking time.
Son Finds $3,400 in Small Bills Left
by Mother, Who Was Thought
THE STANDARD HOUSE
JOHN W. FORD, Manager.
RATE: $1.00 a Day, Straight.
THOROUGHLY RENOVATED. I’NDFjR NEW MANAGE-
MEM. GOOD SERVICE. YOUR PATRONAGE
LAND OF THE TALKING MEN
South Norwalk, Conn.—When Mrs j
Frank A. Slavin died it was thought I _
she did not have a cent. The kitchen |
Gilbert Islanders Helped by Civiliza-
tion—Population Is Rapidly
FROM THE ©REN*
KrTHLGIHG ER.CIHMAMOH.lt UT-MKS.
M TOUR GHOCUrS-F +-HOJCAM. *
♦ turottits »»e •*»•»»*» *____
UK AUOM MERCAMTILE COM PAM'T*
in to. on*-
The Saturday Eve«m* Post.
The Saturday Evening I’oat Is one
of the best household magi/.lnea and
on<- that all can read with profit. On
sale »al« every week by Walter Royer
If you are not a regular ouatomer you
oau obtain *he current number by
e HI: • ii ’h* Time* oflice Ou sale
Thursday noon cf caoti *aek-
The following prices were being
paid by the local dealers Thursday &f
aernoon April 21. •
Butter fat. '’:'°
Wheat, per bushel..........
Shelled Corn ...................... 54
orn Chop, 500 it 511
Jats, per bushel ...............
Seed Cotton...............- 4 00
Flour perSOOlha............... 11* 00
Flour, per lack.................J'’80
Mill Run, per ton .............. -n “
Hogs per ................ .VI!'
Cattle p«r .................... *'15^
Egg* per dozen.................
Butter per pound....... .20
Onioni,.......................... 3 00
Cabbage, per pound..............•
Potatoes, per bushel............ l oo
Turkeys, per pound.............. 09
Hens, par pound ............... **
Ducks. (4 * 04
Tauug CUlckena .................1°
London.—Some curious effects of i
civilization are related in a govern- |
ment report on a visit to the scattered
Gilbert islands in the South Pacific, |
annexed by Great Britain in 1892, The
results may be summarized as
Advantages—Wars have ceased; the
islands are kept in perfect order; ex
trerae poverty is almost unknown;
every man is secure in the possession
of his piece of land, taxes are light
and arouse no complaints; the native |
police are efficient and tha native ofll ,
dais admirably honast; the houses |
are good, the roads clean, and hoe- j
pitals have been established
Disadvantage#—Life la extremely |
monotonous and circumscribed, inter
course between the lalaads bain* for-
bidden; the old Spartan aimpllclty of
living—chiefly on oocoanut and Ash—
has vanished, and rice, meat, sugar
and blecults era consumed, “clothee
carpst was taken up and two layers
of small MUs, which almost covered
the entire floor, were discovered
There was nearly a bushel of them
when piled up. and they amounted to
J3.400 Her son. Charles A Slavin,
was about to vacato the house and
stood in the doorway debating wbeth
er to take up or leave the kitchen
carpet He thought It might do to
- , cover the dog kennel, and so ha pulled
fol- : ..
To Have a New Face.
St Louis. Mo—When Thomas Her
bert leaves the city hospital he will
have a brand-new face. Half a dozen
phvsicians and surgeons are now mak
Ing It for him. and they promise such
an improvement over the face that
nature gave him that even his boat
girt will not know him.
While driving a wagon Wednesday
Herbert fell off and a wheel usee»d
over hie face The hospital phyalclans
found 33 fracture# in tho bones in
hit face !n flztng him up it was nec
resary to remodel hie face entirely
along new line* They are now wiring
Dr. F. S. Howell
makes a specialty of treating Paralysis.
Rheumatism. Asthma. Var cose Veins m
any part of the body. Nervousness. Epi-
lepsy. Sore Eyes, Chronic- Constipation
and Diarrhoea. Headache. Weak I nngs
and Defensives fand isalso very successful
m trcutinK all clauses of Acute and Chronic
Diseases. Consultation and examination
Will be in Okarebe on Mondays Wednes-
days und Fridays in the afternoon at the
the brick hotel.
Miss E. E. How aril Proprietor
rNnKa NKW MANAOKMKNT HINCK KKIWMIIK* . . LPOU
Trailing Men receive every attention and care. Sunday Dinner* a Miecla ' J
Commorcial Trade Solicited.
ana nut~ —- , ----
at shocking ship* and at rod out color bono« ao theg will knit. r*ndjutt
____a___a ik. I _ >k. flash an m to fflTC th« ftu*
hav* almost replaced tha plctoreaq ie
kilt ot laaTM;” txatlva arta and craft#
hare rapidly declined, decreaaa of
population has «wt In. and tha number
of itorlla marriage* U grow lag rap-
idly; new dlaaaaea have beea Im-
ported, and thar* la an alarming In-
crease of pktklala.
The tetania arw coral, and th* high
eat land la not nor* than twenty
feet above high water marh The nn
Uvea consume daily about aeven
cocoanuta a head
They hav# a parliament of unpaid
member# known a* kaubure <w “talk
Ing men,” the Otlbert islander* being
la iplte of tha nearetty of topic#, "tha
mo*t wonderful talker* in all the
Sooth Bea* " "The eternal land prob-
lem" la ika av*r frwitfni Ihmi od
tag tha floah ao aa to glv* tha fhc*
aynunatry and character.
Judge la Charftabl*.
Richmond, Va.—Moved kg th* pa
Qaatlc taattmooy of Huntar tngraaa. a
ld year old boy. brought bafora him
tn polloa oourt tha otbar day. charged
with having atolan a loaf of bmad.
which the youngster aaid he wanted
lo take to bda niothhor. who wae
atervtng. Judge JohB J. Crutchflaid or-
gered a collection taken up In court
tor the bog and hla mother Paaatng
around the hat the bailiff obUlned
’rom those praeent In court the e*n
of $11. the judge having dropped ta a
• rlap flve-d oiler note Th« one*
^alnai Ingram w»i dlrmkmed. •
Ra’i as; $2.00 a Day.
Tn» Only Samplr Room in Town
INCREASE YOUR MILK PRODUCTION BY FEEDING
Natures Lest stock feed. Keep your live stock in jroort
lu-altliy condition fattening no additional cost. H i
L ed takes the place of tliri-e. No waste every porticlr
digested. As tfood for Horses, lions and Mules hi »t
for Cows. Others use it, why not you?
Every Sack Guaranteed. For Sale By
Oharche Milling Company
PHONE NO. 15
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