The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, August 6, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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ORLANDO, OKLA. CLIPPER
THE ORLANDO CUPPER
\V. L. Lantkh, Editor.
FRIDAY, AUG., 6, 1915.
e Uill*h«,l weekly Subscription $1.00 per year
" Single copy 5cent b.
V OTH'F-T.ocrI reading notice*, 5 cent* per
' 1tn», each Imho. Card* of thank* .10 cent*
Ohmcb eotlcr *,free, Mcept wb.oe a charge
I. ih« n 5cent* a linn,.lust the game a*
a n«r hii«lnn** matter. «fe.VI
Shr'it cnurNhip is often an
111 no (livoroo court,o,
A back pirlor find a dim
in a great, aid to Cnpul.
Many ft candidate for office
ml of the race long before he
aware of it,
Mrs. Flake Keys of Ilollis, this
state recently gave birth to four
babies—all girls. Now she wants
to know whether she it a full or
only a one-fourth mother to each
one of the quadruplets
Sometimes it seems it tunes a
long time to get acquainted with
the people of :i community when
one moves there. Then, when he
does get acquainted, he finds out
he knows u lew he would prefer
not to know,
LT T 1
i ♦ L/s j
rlUi 'l i
Fresh and Salt Meats.
Highest Price for Hides
u the Meat line.
If s'me men were compelled to
ianor the/ would prefer a job an
j mitor of an air cuttle.
’Vhy should women he taxed to
pay the expense of elections at
which only men are allowed to
We had hoped, in fact, have had
some reason to believe that gov
ernnient by the imquitions in j ,no
tion had ceased, especially where
only one of the interested parties
mis a hearing. But how out hopes
nave been blasted! And .hit, too
by an Oklahoma judge!
A jealous person’s imaginatioi
can see things that, to others arc
invisible through the Lick teh •
Kr.inoe h ct< at the idea of wh it
It lyruis a lame peace, yet it ha*
iever known ouou a demand for
mwwani mwmmm mpiiimt i m
Some men advocate the theory*
that the mouth is a good index t<-
character) The noiee that comes
front it certainly is.
?T?r AY?1 £1*
Probably the real reason win
H qua men l ave hut little tnonei
to spend wieely or otherwise is
Itecttueo they spend their time
Colonel Roosevelt says the
American people use too many
words. We never had occasion
i.» think the Colonel was a man of
»■ I M H>*mnw ain
A paper life-boat that can be
pinked away itl the space of about
one cubic fort but can lie inflated
so as to be seaiv u thy and durable
Is the invention of a Jspineae.
J>css than four years ago when
w*} cante to Orla do there was hut
o i% or two autunoifdes in tin «n-
tire uimmunity, bo1 now they are
aim ist too common for toys lor
When a city wants a street rail-
way so bndly that it incorporate*
v clause into the railway's Iran
ohiso exempting it from taxation
until after it pays six per cent
dividend on its o ipital stock, said
city is not entitled to sympathy
when it gets stung. Stock has a
.mbit of absorbing large quantic*
Why the M. K. he T. railroad
shojild join with the other roads in
«, suit to restore the three cout
ate when their own showing on
r,he witness stand, shows their re-
cefpts from Oklahoma passtDgei
iaies is thirty-nine per cent more
under tho two cent rate than un
mr tho three cent rate, is a mys
oery to the human mind.
liefltity is a fine atribute for any
tfrimnn tn possess. But there is
more than dtie kind’of beauty and
they are nht COhflued to females
Alone. Wo refer Mr one to that
tieality of so .1 and gtl >d breeding!
Notwithstancling the increased
consumption of oil and gas as fuel
in some localities, the Increase in
the production of coal still goes
un. Aikaneas, West Virginia,
North Dakota and Kentucky for
the year 1914 broke nil former
records in coal tonnage produced.
)hio probubly would have done
he R»me but for a big strike of
the cold miners.
Mrs T. M. Ralston returned
Puewlay morning from a several
lays trip to Oklahoma City.
The summer normal at Film mil
h is closed nnd the Orlando teach-
i a nnd students who attended it
,re again at hnm°.
Mr. and Mrs, Kllio t 8m:th
went to Ponca City Sunday to
«l • id tho day with ’tho former’s
sister. Mrs. 1*. A C um.
Miss Maude Morris* arrived
home Sunday from Alva where
he had been teaching
Mr.Thedford andduigltte", Miss
Lena, Mr. Wier and Miss Keith
of Orlando and Mr and Mrs. Gu,
S iliug of near Dirnoll autoed to
Coyle Sunday fur h visit with
Krikmiin’s.•■’Cimarron Valley t ?lij>-
Deafnesa Cannot Be Cured
ny lor*l applications, as they cannot reach
*he dlsrsKid portion of the ear. There it
only one way to cure dcanu-SB. and that *
hy constitutional remedies Deafness Is
enusrd by nn Inflamed condition of the mu-
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling
»nimd or Imperfect hearing, nnd when It is
entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and
unless the Inflammation con be taken out
and this tube restored to Its normal condi-
tion. hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh
which Is nothing but nn Inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
\Vc will *IVp On#* Hundred ftotlnrf for any
tut * of Geaftiei* (caused by catarrh) that
cannot Hr cured by 1iA.lt • Catarrh Cuft.
fy rcn^ET* CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
£s y?sb^#nV Vlmli/rill* ter constipatioN
Mrs. .lot’n Hoed of Meridian
came over last Wadk With her
three children t/i speti l ft c mple
of weeks with lidr rrtett 11 or, Mrs.
VanW/ck, and other relatives.
Mrs It. C. Cunningham Sunday
enjoyed a visit, from her sister of
T. M Rdston arrived home
Snndav evenin * from a several
days trip to Cio-*cent.
This office this week printed
1000 letter heads for J. F, Short
Mrs. Ai K. Wagner and little
daughter arrived here Friday ev-
ening from Oklahoma City for n
visit with home folks until Sunday
Mrs. Henry King of Terry re
turned home Wednesday evening
after speeding a week or tv.o
with her eon Byron southwest of
Another good hard rain Wed-
nesday evening. Id inches.
li\ ^ vJ puny ot oiu in
ubiliiy to u,eet heavy conflagra ini'
tiiksf-, at any tune in New York, bos-
ton. Philadelphia, Etc.
The anq.le funds THE C( NTI
NEN TAL possesses to meet such an
emergency will be a decided relief to
a property owner when he look* over
his policies anil rinds he in the Confla-
gration Proof CONTI NEN I'AL
Reuben, Bores, Wowr.ds «ir*d Piles)
quickly healed with Arnica Salve.
It prevents infection, is antiseptic,
sOothing, healing. Try »t onoe.
Money Rack If It Fails,
Thu Original and Genuine.
Heals the Hurt
All DrufJjjisSS and Dealers, 25c»
flri Rapidly DIBappiaring.
With regard td the futut-e use of tin.
It may be said that we are dealing w-ith
the one metal whose known ore re-
serves are entirely inadequate to even
the present demands, and that unless
some new- source of supply is devel-
oped very soon we may expect to find
that tin is a very scarce metal Indeed
Of the present sources of tin ore
supply, most are either stationary or
receding In output, flolivia being the
ohly one which gives promise of per-
manency and of future growth. Under
these conditions the question of substi-
tute metals becomes of importance,
and aluminum, zinc and steel all have
60fhe possibilities in this direction In
one way or another.—Engineeriug
S*ate Of’ Okieh Una,
Count v ot Lbgaii,
IN THE COtiNTY CiCURT.
Ill ihe matter of the e.-tate of John
N It* 1 -r, il- (-CammI.
Notice is hereby given, Unit Wesf. y
vitler, the djly appointed an,I ipiali
lied eXtc lor of be nstale ot Joitli
Niitier, dtdea«td. has rendered ai;,j
presented for final settlement, ntul
filed in said Hourt, bis fiinal scCoiint
and report of his adli.inistiutioil as
such execulor and Ibat Saturday the
21st day of August A. t). Jblo being a
day of a Regular Tei in or sskl Conrt,
iO-wit! of tlie ,J ly term, A. L>. lt)15, i t
il o’clock in the forenoon of said day
t tlie County Court room in the CilV
of Guthrie in said Count of Legal}
uhh been duly appointed by said Court f
for the settlement of said Account, nt
•*bicl» time and place shy person Ip--
wrested in said estate may appear ami
rile his tiroptions in writing t-o the
account and protest tlie stine.
In Testimony Whereof I have here-
unto set tny hand ainl ulflxed the real
of said Court this 28th day of July.
[SEAL] John I). Chappelle,
Hu? imlev to noble cliararber an.t ^
|tm# ttilad that ailtl* a chatni to' Cer
facial beauty or tr.Ht of form, ^ *^ne f,ny ,,ni G
| onlay morning to Mr. umi Mi>
Hew to TbR If It li fsllver,
Tn distinguish silver from white
metal the Jeweler and Metalworker
fives the following directions: Rub
on a piece of slate, wet the streak
with dilute nitric acid, hy which it is
dissolved, and then add a drop or two
of hydrochloric acid from the end of a
glass rod, when a curdy white precipi-
tate Is formed which does not disap-
pear on tlie addition of a small or
large quantity of water, being, In fact,
indissoluble in this, while most other
metals will not be thus affected,
Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Eledrge of
Perry are rejoicing over the re-
cent visit of the Btork at their
home and his leaving them a fink
Mrs. r. M. Hoiish and dtiii&ft'
tm, Miss Inez, spent limt Thurs-
day in Mnlhall.
Mrs. John Mt.bMtefr utul son,
loseplqcame hero from lied It ick
art l liursdav evening to vj^it her
pift cuts and sisters until' the
of tbie week.
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Lanter, W. L. The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, August 6, 1915, newspaper, August 6, 1915; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910527/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.