The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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ORLANDO, OKLA. CLIPPER
TKE ORLANDO CUPPER
\V. L. Lanteh, Editor.
FRIDAY, SFPT, 1, 1916.
\ Published weekly .Subscription $1-00 per your
■ KSinglecopy .r>ccnt*.
^Entered as second class matter December
d, ir08, at the postofllMi at Orlando,Okie
borne .under Act of Congress of March S, 187P
^ < >TICE—Local reading notices, 5 cents per
L1 lino, each issue. Cards of thanks M> cent*
Che'eh notices, free, except wheie a charge
is made, then 5 cent ! a line, just the same as
Other business mi'tor.
About this time eve-y four
years wo hoar a great buc am! jiy
about the ‘‘empty dinner paii”
that this year ffi conspicuous by
It is now estimated that the Ok
I ihoma cotton crop this year wil'
bo 500,000 bales, a falling off ol
nearly or quite half of formei
yields. However, it seems, thut
what is short in cotton will be
made up in price, i s it is a liighei
price now than for years and lia-
ble to go higher.
BUPKKINSENDENT of SCHOOL^
The Clipper is iutliorl/.ed to an-
nounce that Mi**H Margan t Doottitle
is a candidate tor the olfioe of County
Superintendent of Schools on the Dem-
ocratic ticket subject to the vote s In
the voters fu tb« general election in
November, Your vote and iutfuenc-
will be appreciated.
I’ -It COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
We are autliortzed t j anuoutica tbt j
ha tie of Ji^ti Johnson of Rutuara !
Township as the democratic camii I
date for County Commisslober. Yuji
Vote and influence will 0s appreciated.
Uai’tug t .e time of deposition 01
the clays constituting the Mom
*oa slid Id iu soutuoru Colorudu
tliere existed a great variety ui
rein li kable reptiles of huge pro-
portions Their bones, which uic
nbuniaut in places, are the re-
mains of animals that wurc tniruu
in the soft cluy of which the Mur
nson formation largely consist-,
pome of these creatures, such a.-
flroutosaurus, were sixty feet
long. Many of them bad remai) ,
»oly small heads, notably the
i-egosaurus, which hail ho di.um
utive a bruin that it must have
been very stupid. Tins nuiann
was undoubtedly very clumsy ul-
* o, but its huge sme and protects e
* mor aided iu its protection-
The Wall Street Journal o
\ugust 1st says: “The probler.
>f securing labor is steadily be
ciiining more pressing for Amen-
-in manufacturers. Companies
vhicb are now employing twice a-
uany men as their normal quoti
rive room for thousands mor*
mt cannot find them.’’
1 he people of Oklahoma shoul
ui on their guard against buying
• fake” iufantile paralysis ‘‘cutes’
.s no cures exists, nor is there i
ertain preventive. The best med
ical experts and scientist in th*
vorld have given this disease ex
uusltve research, study aud ex
lerimentai practice and state tha
to certain cure or preventive i>
low known, therefore it is no
likely that some manufacturer o:
quack doctor should discover suel
Sunday School at *10 00 a m
Will Wagner, Supt
Preaching at 11 a.m.and 7:60 p.m.
arst and third Sunday each
The public is cordially invited
to attend services at the Christian
Rev. Leo Anthis, Pastor.
There Is more Catn» -i !tV this reetlon of
Ik* country titan «»ti oilfc'r <1 is wist j luit
^getltcr, and uni '•!» • i tat D v* • ' •*’3
mas supposed to be incurable. I,,,r :i
great -many years dot Dos pronounf-** it a*
local disease and prescribed local reme-
dies, and by consia;it!\ fniling to cure
with local treatim ne. pn.i.ounc'-d t incur-
able. Science has proven C itanii D» be a
constitutional disease, and 1! Dioiv r -
quires constitutional treatment. 1!■:»». <
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by i’. J.
Cheney «& Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is tie* otitv
Constitutional cure on tlie i*».»ri;* t It i*5
taken internally. It acts direr!ly «»u me
blood and mucous mirfaccs of th* stem.
They offer one )nindr«*d dollars fo* unv
case it fails to cure. Send f«>i ciifutars
Address: F. J. CHENKY & C< T -h-do. O.
Sold hy Druggists. 7f»c
Take Itali a Family Dills for . ur.at1p.itit n
Breaching each Sunday at 9:30
Rev. B. Fritchie,
produce this week.
Springs under 21bs
Springe over 21 bs*
Make your jrfaKDt-
Tnervts to ailcwd. / T * .)
Se pt. 1 ‘j- -J 0 ~ * 31* ~ *2 J. ~ •/ V-l)
Plenty of McAlester coni foi
ffiresliiug at th«
Orlando Lumbr & Coal Co
Vaudeville Prominent Fratim
Plenty of McAlester coal
threshing at the
Orlando Lbi & Cual C
British soldiers are uoiv using
Miuy a man carries a heavy
mortgage because he cau’t lift H
A floating vote is said to be tec
vole tout floats to the side thai
puts up the most cash.
Have a little sympathy for the
knocker, as that seems to be tin
only enjoyment he gets out of life.
These hot days when a young
man tells you he sees considerable
of his eirl he is probably telling
Look out for chilly weather
About Septembr 12. Charles War-
fen Fairbanks is to speak :ti Ok
loborna City on that date.
“Labot Day,’1 September 4, is
the time now sot for the big rail-
road strike to be inaugurated ua-
less the railroads and tho msn can
adjust their different in the
By far tbe best bill of vaude-
ville features ever secured for tbi-
pu t of the fair has been arrange
tor the tenth unnuul Oklahoma
i State Fair and Exposition Sep-
. tember 23 to 30.
fceveral months ago scores oi
. *cts was inspected by Secretary 1
j S. Mahan iu Chicago at the annua.
ueeting of the Fair Managers
| Association of America and Iron
a great variety of the live bookc*i
! tor tbe Oklahoma state fair wai
j selected. inasmuch as the tirm
: allotted to this feature is oecessa
f ally limited,it ia imperiatire tt a
i t he ucts secured be the best.
The bill is headed by the famous
A1 Golem troupe of 21 Persians
in a spectacular act now playing
the first season in America. The
Berio Sisters is a high (living and
swimming act of remarkable clev-
erness. The Bogany troupe of £
acrobats who have just closed at
the New York Hyppodiomc, L'e!
Carno, who performs on top of p.
pole 110 feet high and the Grant!
Every aftertioon and evening in
front of the grand stand these acts
Net ice to tbe 1’iibllc
Orlando school district No. 4-J
will have a nine mouths term oi
school beginning September lt>th,
1916, und will leach the 9th, luth
and ilth grades.
VV. W. Haller,
ft. Si. Picnic
There will be a picnic of the
Sunday school and T. P. A, in
Armstrong’s grove on Wednesday
September 6th. Everybody cou.t
and come early in the day to en-
joy the day.
tfrlando,Oklahoma, 6 pt, 1, 1916
Pursuant to postal laws aui reg-
ulations, notice le nereOy' giver
tmu uioie remains iu this ollic,
the following unclaimed ninij,
ivhich, unless it le called for od
or before Sept 15th, 1916, tbe
same will be sent to the Division
of Dead Letters, Washington, D
<J. Purties calling for the same,
kindly say “ADVERTISED,”
Mr. Enoch Hunt
Israel W. Bebout,
Plenty of McAlester coal tnj
tbieehinn at tbo
U;j»^o 6 tou} Cu-
Mrs John Tobin of Oklahoma
City spent Friday at the farm
west of town, little Miss Opal
Gordon going home with her i nil
returning Sunday with her aunt
Julia Plnnier who came up thut
day to visit her lister, Mrs, E. C.
Is to be drtaded. it leeSs to Wri'o*
ai'.mertr., Fever, lr.di8e.fior. i»*»t
Sick Headache. ?ot.oned By.trro.r.iv*
o .core oi other tre-sbie*
Don’t let Cona>ip»*5pu l*it<
Keen your Kidney*. Ltrcr and wswel*
healthy an,. nctiv«. Rid yorray.tern
of fertaoa'-cd, dai>*y ioodn.
Nothing batter than
Dr, Muff s
New Life Fills
Alt Dragifot* JSoMitt
SATISFACTION ()K *“,**£}’p*—---
Land for Sale
or Trade. Agent for St. Paul
FIRE and TORNADO Insurance
Tornado Insurance a Specialty.
H. R. BERGER
At the Clipper office, Phoue 9,
Orlando, * - Oklahoma,
Your patronage solicited.
SANITARY BARB \ K SUOl’ and
J , A. I.OT F, Frbprit tor
The place to get a g->od shave, hair-
cut or shampoo.
All state political candidates,
democratic, republican aud social-
ists will bo invited to attend tha
annual Strip Opening celebration
September H, 15 and Kith. It
will certainly be some political
medicine mixing occasion. Ora’
tors of national leputation \vi
speak each day on p iramount is-
Thursday evening of last week
while W. VV. Haller and Miss
HallieSegc were taking a spin in
his run-a bout west of town too
sho: t a turn was made and the cat
plunged into a ditch seven feet
deep and eleven feet wide, giving
them a «cnre and a shake up, but
neither was injured and no harm
done to the car oxcept the wind*
shield, but it took some elTort to
get the cat out of the ditch.
Long A Cahill of Guthrie load-
ed out two cars of entile from
| beie Sntuiday uigbt for >Yicl»jt^
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Lanter, W. L. The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1916, newspaper, September 1, 1916; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910523/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.