The Capitol Hill News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 24, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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Recall all of the best singers you
know and yr.u will And that the ma-
joritj uf them are usually well devel
oped In the throat and cheat. Singing
is a splendid exercise when considered
in connection with the vital necessity
for perfect health, and even if one can-
not sing, at least the effort, if reward-
ed with good health, is not to be de-
spised for its beneficial effects.
”Ta "n'"‘ “c. Ti“ >S‘ ce H
mother took him to the door and ~
kissed him good-bye with the cus-
tomary remark: “Be a good boy, and
did daddy give you a penny?" “No,
mother; but that's all right. I got in
last Sunday without paying."
Didn’t Need Admission Fee.
A little boy had been to Sunday
"Dar’s a silver linin’ to every
cloud," said Uncle Eben; ‘‘but some-
times It's foolish to stand around
lookin' fur it, ’stid o’ h'istin’ a um-
Ed. Ward, V. P.
Henry A. Morony, Sec.-Treas.
B. Porch, Pres.
Ready With Purchase Price
I While a dog show was in progress,
a friend took her tittle boy to seo the
dogs. He Immediately fell in love
with a small Boston bull, and couldn’t
be lured away. His mother said:
"Well, if you can buy him, you may
have him." Whereupon he produced
four pennies from his overcoat pocket,
reached up to the dog’s owner, and
said: “Wrap up the dog. I’ll take
Am J. Smith
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Kentucky Hardware & Furniture Co. |j dread disease of poultry
Hardware, Harness, Implements, Buggies and Wag-
gons,. We cary a full line of Furniture.
See Us for Paints and Oils. Mustang, Okla.
Roup Is Contagious and Spreads
Through Flock With Great Rapid-
ity—May Be Chronic.
j J. B. Spitler, President E. M. Brindley, V-Pres. E. W. Brindley, Cashier
The Mustang State Bank
Next to cholera, roup la the most
dreaded of ailments to which poultry
is exposed. The disease iB contagious
and spreads through the flock rapidly.
It Is a catarrhal infection of the mu-
cous membrane of the eyes, nose, and
throat, and it may be acute or chronic
in form. There is always an offensive
odor connected with this disease,
which is peculiar to it and which
makes it easily detected.
Many mistake a bad cold as roup. I
A cold may, if neglected, develop into j
roup, but a bird may have a severe
cold and still be free from roup. The
No! They're NOT All Alike
Don’t let your dealer tell yon that all
Insect. deatroyerj are alike, for they're
not. Home kill lice; others kill raltea.
8otne are effective In one locality hat
worthless in another, and vice ▼ersa. Put
Lee’s Lice Hiller j
Is effective »nTtlroo or pl»oe. It
all-lice, luitcH, jiffirors, bedbugs-vermin
or every description, whether on the
fowl or in the poultry-honse.
No dusting, handling, <Jlp-
ptng'Or greasing, if yon use
L®« "• Just paint or spray
rVv'8tB an‘> W*H»- That'S
Hi\ aillon,’ flSj
0~. H L.. bo".7o2.h», W.b,
<>eripocone is the beat
<>ermosona Is the
Era Drug Store
F. M. Loomis
Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries
Healthy Pair of Fowls.
Watch our Ad for Bargains
When in need or Drugs Call on
The Mustang Drug Store
Pars Drufs and Drug Sundries. Ageut for Nyal Remedies
See me for Wall Paper
Mustang Drug Store Ray H. Quackenbush, Prop.
Dealer in Groceries and Meats—Country Produce Always
common symptoms are: First, a
dryness and inflammation of th« throat
and mouth, bubbles in the corners of
the eyes, and sneezing, followed by a
sticky discharge from the nostrils. If
the disease is permitted to go on
without prompt treatment, the dis-
charge from the nostrils will thicken
and the eyes will soon become puffed
and swollen, sometimes closing com-
pletely. The afflicted fowl will also
lose its appetite, the feathers will be
roughed, and it will lose weight rap-
idly. A chronic form of this disease
m^y result or the bird dies.
SANTA FF TIME TABLE.
No. 406 .,
No. 16 . .
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No. 18 ..
No. 412 .
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Local . ...
No. 17 .
No. 15 .,
Nature Is Ruthless.
Nature Is ruthless, and where her
sway is uncontested there is no peace
save the peace of death; and the fe-
cund stream of life, especially of life
on the lower levels, flows like an Im-
mense torrent out of nonexistence for
but the briefest moment before the
enormous majority of the being com-
posing it are engulfed in the jaws of
death, and again go out into the
shadow. — Theodore Roosevelt, in
Mrs. Addie Wilcox ................0.
Mrs. Laura Dyer...............V. 0.
Mrs. Maggie Larkin............P. 0.
Mrs. Emma Owen ........Chancellor
Mrs. Sarah Decker .........Recorder
Mrs. Ida Robinsor. .........Marshall
Mrs. Barbra Dreessen ...........I. s.
Mrs. Phoeba Olinger ...........O. S.
Meeting days, first and third Thurs-
Blacksmithand Genera) Repair
Better Than Glass Chystal.
A watch crystal of celluloid or other-
er equivalent elastic transparent un-
breakable material which in practice
is sprung into an undercut groove or
rabbet in the watch bezel, reduces the
initial' cost to the manufacturer and
avoids the cost of replacing broken
glass crystals by the user.
James A. Cowan
H. J. STEFFENSEN
W. O. W
KING & SON
Groceries and Hardware
S. G. Dyer.............
C. P. Dreessen.........
M. R. Dyer.............
C. H. Brand..........
L. C. Dyer............
Jas. A. Cowan ........
S. Mahler ............
I F. A. York.................Physician
A. J. Smith, F. R. Stivers and H. P.
Dreeseen ............... Managers
Meeting nights, second and fourth
J. W. Payne
Hardware, Tinware, Fur-
niture, Household Fur-
nishings, Wagons, Imple-
ments, Undertakers’ Sup-
plies, Oils, Etc.
Right Prices and Courteous Treatment
L. N, WILLIAMS,Pres. J. P. McGEE, Vice-Pres.
T. J. HUNKER, Cashier.
We LOAN you money every day in the year.
We will GUARANTEE every dollar you deposit
We will pay you interest on time deposits.
We will extend to you every courtesy consistent
with safe banking.
BE WITH US AND WE WILL BE WITH YOU
Bank of Moore
held that "Every lie shall he written
down as a lie by the recording angel,
with the exception of three: A lie told
in order to reconcile two men; a lying
promise made by a man to his wife,
and a lie in which a man, when en-
gaged in war, makes a promise or a
According to tradition, Mohammed
“Of course, you want peace?" "No,
I don't. And just to prove it I told my
wife to go ahead and buy a phono-
graph, a poll parrot and a cuckoo
Farmers State Bank
Mabel was unfortunate at her danc
ing class. She is really a popular girl,
but it so happened the whole after-
noon that when little boys and girls
danced together she was left out. At
last she could stand it no longer.
“Please, Miss Katherine," she said,
"if there is any ITttie ooy left over
next time may I have him?"
I cloths and lay them over her eyes and
forehead. Aa hot water hag does not
act as a substitute for this, and the
j treatment is a little trouble. The sim-
plest way is to have two cloths and a
I basin of hot water ready to wring out
! and replace the one that becomes cool
: on the head.
To Relieve Fatigue. | “I am worried about my son. He is
When a woman is very lired she will developing no qualities that are post-
find one of the best processes of re tive." "Make him a photographer,
freshing herself is to wring out hot; then he can develop good negatives."
Silence Pleases Orator.
What a speaker likes best is not ap-
plause. It is silence. There are mo-
ments when to a speaker the silence
can be thrilling. Then he knows, as
we say, that he "has" his audience. A
perfect relation has been established.
During those moments the thought is
passing rapidly from the speaker’s
mind into the minds of the listeners,
and is taking effect. It may not al-
ways be a sympathetic effect. It may
even be hostile. Nevertheless, the
thought Is art work.
Can Surplus Fruit.
If you have never canned any fruit
or vegetables, according to modem
methods, you will be surprised to
learn how easily you can put up stuff
that is better than you can buy.
W..hy •‘Hell Gate.”
Hell Date, the narrow pass In the
East river at New Y'ork, was called
by the Dutch hellegat, meaning "bright
straight" or ‘‘clear opening," The name
quickly suggested the present English
form, which was regarded as more ap-
propriate on account of the whirlpools
which made navigation dangerous.
Dr. Young, M.D.
Preaching 11:00 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m„
Dr. J. B. Boem, pastor. Bible School
10 a. m„ H. G. Madison, Sup't.; Chris-
tian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.; Willing
Workers meet each Tuesday at the
w. c. PERRY
M. E. CHURCH,
Sunday School, every Sunday, 10:00
a. in. Preaching, 11:00 a. m. and 7:30
p. in. Prayer meeting, Wednesdays,
7:30 p. m.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School, every Sunday, 10:00
B. F. Sweggett
Horse Shoeing a Specially
BE A BOOSTER.
We offer you Absolutely Free
25 cents worth of any merchan-
dise in our store with every sub-
scription to The Britton News
left at our store Friday or Sat-
Gem Ice Cream Parlor
W. C. PERRY CASH GROCERY,
Will serve you the best of— !
COLD DRINKS ' i
CRYSTAL ICE CREAM
Britton — okla.
IS. S. Emmmon. President
S. L. Shintaffer, Vice Pressdeut
R. M. Whisler. Cashie'
North Oklahoma State Bank
7453 CAP HILL NEWS ONE GADD 2
OUR PRICES ARE THE SAME
OUR GOODS ARE THE SAME
DON'T ASK FOR CREDIT.
J. F. HAYNER
HOT WEATHER SUG-
Protect your stock with Fly
Chaser—it kills Lice and Mites.
Fly Swatters and Tanglefoot.
Ice Cream Freezers.
Ice Picks and Lemon Squeez-
ers. Lawn Mowers.
Hand Sickles and Mowing
Cultivators—Rifling and Walk-
ing. Sled Cultivators.
Screen Paint, as well as for all
other purpose. Pure Linseed Oil
All Kinds of Machine and Lu-
Buy Your Binding Twine Now.
The above and more than three
thousand items of staples in
Hardware and Lumber carried in
stock. Yours to serve.
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MINNETONKA LUMBER CO.
H. G. MADISON, Manager
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Wilson, Amos L. The Capitol Hill News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 24, 1916, newspaper, June 24, 1916; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860598/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.