The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, June 4, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ORLANDO CUPPER
w. L. Lantku, Editor.
FRIDAY, JUNE 4.1915_
— • single copy Scontg.
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N nMf W-»e. W''"'™’; , nhnrgr
i'cen"; * H«e. Jn* the
other hn'.lneee rntt'er.
Quit .'.*nW, »«* the «’o.n
an Suffm*, <•”>" 1,n’ ".l,n- * .
.cutely .wakened P'™>™ >• m*'
BT church., an‘1 other reborn.
holin' toward the w.iman .ottras;.
movement The Cbrietian A.lvo
„t Now York comment, on a
conducted by a prominent
naw.paper amm* women of a
, creel, and occupation, and
.eparal.ly antone church women,
of whom about 80 percent of Man-
h utan Man.', and 60 percent 0
Brooklyn church-going women
expressed their allegiance to wo-
Vin suffrage The Advocate i»y»:
i It is gratifying to observe that
the movement tor woman enBrep*
i taking od* more distinctly
L. P. STUMPFF
before piecing your order for.ny
a nice li ,e of Ur.nile and M"rU*
MioNl 1 MENTS_
and can furnish you any
Mutle a* Reasonable Prices.
Office and Shop,
near the .uuthwe.t corner of tu.|
Highest'.Price for Hides
Fresh and Salt Meats.
CASH BUYER OF PRODUCE
, . „ the Meet line.
Kwu„ua DO, okLA.
I —----~ ~ ——“■. , v I , in tilt- l'O'" 1"‘■
_ -------. \\ NSL1 lvl- ,,any Of certain
jsssi SOS£n “s^ric
— -m nttr»ly destroy----- ^ ^ p|,U«nt«*lpliia Etc-
-a.. .. -.1- ItimU
Rural Dale Farm
fn you want to improve tbe
IT aiae an.l value of vour
horses and muia. and be prepared
for the advince prices which
"Urft PATRONIZE RUUiSBAt-.ltOCK
Catarrn . troy th« sense
n f ™meU ' »1 *comp'**et'yr\n ^ t nfivro\i
whoT rstrin when ’should
the mucous surfaces. Sucn * crlpll0ns
never be used «xcfJP,.„, a(1 the damage
from reputable good you
they will do is ten Hall s
Cheney * Is fatten'internally, aotlna
S! oU%" f"j'Cheney* Co. Tea-
The ample funds tH1'j ‘J *
RENTAL possesses to meet *
emergency w.ll be
If you think »ome folks dumb,
hups they have not been wi
'.ou enough to learn your wladom
We roust admire religion in
whomsoever found but too manv
t taking od a more distinctly tVi,omgoever found, but oo
i . ... nwr-PaeRl'T COmpfO* - ...........
~-Bolld jntt » reinforced com,
rr.tc silo, "0 l"""1 M,e 1 ^ I
S” ,,m machines fur erecting re-
inforced concrete .’do. which
ofler for ..le, or willed them to
:£Ubl. parties. » *”
thlnkiec of build,nc u .do, o
in* into the .Ho 1-™“
nav V0» to W,il® thC 0KnAfU
M A CONCRETE Si CO CO. Ok
nnnir nw'pi*" *
tMoheta as a necewary «»mpro-
m with the epirit of tbe times
Nearly all the things in life we
dr d most never occur.
Mar/ a tuai with >% sunnv dis-
podtio i run Hhal/tf'i»™>tar.
l\j0 leas able one in to ml vis*
3rni, the fonder 1m «»* "f doing »!•
We heal a greit deal these day?
of an uncommon thing— common
You may borrow trouble with-
out security, but tbe interest rate
is -gi •
Many a woman would shart
Tour lot With you if yon had *
bovtee on it.
i»* T°" ! .Vi-*-*enTctf M. >
is a***r*a*-N V** «H ars in. t**1
The meu or women who cen ov
eruome their own evilly i»d.n«
leeiru, have won e ereuter Tintorj
Nnpulenn ever won
li,„h »»»nkle»n« •n'1 ''"l’"1
,,, u„,r Nine then there he.
„ ter been en pood , time «. no»
., reap .on.eti.ink worth while
rt„,ou cannot do it b, lothnk ol
Politics and Vnpi.ir have no Just
right tn g«H'd government Liq
nor corrupts mm and tbeH' jndg-
ine„t. Politics makes of wh.
,oU|d otherwise bo honorable
men amt excellent citizens liars
o.d scoundrels It •!«
he editorial sections of great an.
.old be” influential newspapers
give the black lie to the news sec-
t ons so that its readers regard it
90 biased and its judgment so
warped that they discredit all
----- lthey ,oe in it. One of he
You cannot legislate goodness Urf?wt nf these west ol me
into a man but you can legislate Ml§,ippi River belon^ *"
temptation away from him. class. Us editor is bhnd ,n
1 ======* . 1 c .e. ),e i« unable to see anything
When you become famous ini ' ^ ^ auyone *ho does not be-
later years no one will a*k wlmt * to hiB party.
clothes you wore to ach-cd. 1 ——<--
Sure, Matge, it tases an opto-
Blist to bebeVj a patent medicine
Juit the etove you went
Detroit *V apor Stovei
Like a city gai itov«
IMTROn VAPOR STOVER
l J . V o r K L1 K a C> 3 s
• c.1 _ l 4 Is a m
To see a short-haired woman
niftkos a man wonclar how Ss
W0Vild feel dressed in petticOitr
Just received a shipment of
white pine screen doors.
Orlando Lbr A Coal Co.
Walter Housh of Ford in com-
pany with au uncle from Texas
- " • *o remain a few
A re What you need. Bet them up la
tl,e wheat ield, threash plto tham atul
wait for the market.
ttat-proof. flre*prclof, WeeVll-proof,
pvrmanentl pays for Itself every year,
Utroug-st grain bin on the market.
Write the makers-^
The Southwest SUo CompahVr
I2l west Main Sb. Oklahoma City 1
IOHN MARKER, Agent,
T.t be prepared for war may all piny vritn au uumc **«*-
, ^ Hence but one thing drove in Sunday to remain
’“’XCnf been n.pre-Uy. « tbcT^ M Hott.h home.
pared .'or wer mo.t of Europe and , Bill Elliott and family p*rr>'
part of Asia would not now be |rrere Sunday guestB at tbe T. M.
se, of blood- 1 haietoo booae.
Amotber hard rain visited this
section of tbe country Wednesday
On this pagb this week is found
two new ads in which you may bo
interested-vapor stoves and met'
ttl grain bins. See John Marker,
Subscription taken hero for tbe
Wichita Eagle and several other
— __Prime in
Mrs, Stentiel of Marion, Kin-
ft„, mother of J.O. Vakel, c.me
m on 405 Tuesday night for a vis-
it of a COople of weeks,
Rev. Fritshe who bad beeti at-
Mradinf! confereoon at CovlllgtoU „u ....... .....
t0, , week arrtved home Mond y Md ^lB,8inel. Come in
"TL Hnrt wot lo Red *■>*
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Lanter, W. L. The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, June 4, 1915, newspaper, June 4, 1915; Orlando, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910888/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.