The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, June 14, 1912 Page: 4 of 12
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THE ORLANDO CUPPER
\V. L. Laxter, Editor.
FRIDAY, JUNE, 14, 1912
Published weekly, Subscription SUN peryaar
Single copy 4 ooata.
Enter.m! as second elan* matter Dueernber
Jt, PHjfi, ut tpostoftlce at Orlando, Okla
honm, under Act of Congress of March S, 1»T9
\] OT1CK—Local reading notice*, 5 cents per
--T line, each issue. Cards of thanks AO cents
Churcli notices, free, except whara a charge
is made, then ft cents * line, Just the same a*
other business matter.
Fixing the blame for the disas-
ter of the Titanic on the icebarg
is equally as faulty a* tiling the
cause for the high cost of living
on the women.
What is the use for a political
party to go to the expense of
building and maintaining a steam
roller and not use it! They are
not intended for ornament*.
Just as good men and just as
mean men have come out of the
democratic party as ever came out
of the republican party and radi-
cal partyism has lost much of its
vitality in the past few years.
This in not intendod for a funny
The brand of harmony in a con-
vention that is secured through
dynamite, firearms, cots at the
hospitals, ambulances, and preach-
ers as confessors, forcibly reminds
one of the harmony that existed
betwaon the north and south from
1*01 to 1865.
of agitators, for agitation is liable
to diaturb if not overthrow condi-
tions by which these people ui«
greatly benetitted, though devoid
of equity or justice. Stiil agita-
tors are not barren of usefulness.
Had there never been agitators
civil liberty would still be in its
primeval state and undeveloped.
Agitation brought freedom to the
negro slaves of North America.
It brought the principles of tem-
perance so prominently before
the people that the liquor interests
have been wholly divorced from
politics in many states and partly
Out of agitation has come a
more tolerant church and clergy
and through agitation many whole-
•ome laws have been placed on the
statute books and evil minded men
AT HYMEN'S ALT All.
A quiet home wedding took
plueo Wednesday evening at. 8
o’clock at the home of the bride’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. llihlei-
brand, when Mr. Elliott Smith
aud Miss Emmeline H.ldenbraud
were joined in the holy bonds of
wedlock by the Rev. Edding, pas-
tor of the Lutheran ehurch at Fer-
ry, Misses Clara Short and Flor-
ence Wagnei acting as brides-
maids and Messrs Orris and Win*
frey Antle were the groom's best
A light lunch was served after
the ceremony. The groom is one
of the business men of Orlando, be-
ing manager of the lumber yard
and a highly esteemed citizen and
------------the bride is the beautiful and sc-
have been baffled, have been kept compli.htd daughter of one of our
frr\ m r\4 -__J .1 ... —
from positions of affluence and
power through which they would
hare been a curse to liberty and
justice instead of a blessing.
And through the agitation of
liberal minded men in the great
political parties, though not whol-
ly unmixed with evil, for the dem-
agogue is found everywhere, will
come a purer politics.
We now believe it to be the con-
census of opinion of well posted
men that it is not worth while 1o
nominate either Taft or Roosevelt
nt the Chicago convention as, af-
ter the unusual and disgusting
campaign that has been made, the
voters will defeat either of them
at the polls.
most worthy citizens. Both of
these young poople are too well
and favorably known to need any
oommeadation from us. Tbev
have our thanks for a generous
piece of the wedding cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith will be at
home to their numerous friends
after this week iu their elegant
home just east of the lumber yard
The Clipper joins in with s
host of fi iends in wishing them a
long and happy voyage through
Ends Hunt For Rich Girl
Often^the hunt for a rich wife end
when the man rneeti a woman who
use* Electric Bitters. Har strong
uerves sell in a bright hrain and even
temper. Her peach-bloom complexion
•ndruby lips result from her pureblood;
her bright eyes from healthfui sleepjher
elastic step from firm, free muscles,
•II telling 01 the health and strength
Elsctrtc Bitten give a woman and tha
freedom from indigestion, backache,
headache, farming and dizzy spells
they promote. Everywhere they are
woman’s favorate remedy. I f weak
or ailing try them, 51) ccents at iht
All is well that ends well. Use
“Pride of Ferry” flour and come
Coal oil 10
cents per gallon n
Call anil get on
ourth Annurl Summer Rece
Tha fourth annual summer race
meeting will be held n Oklahoma
City this year from and including
June 6th to July 4th| For the
first time in its history the sum*
met meeting will he held under
the auspices of the State Fair aa*
sociation. Look for further par*
The county officers of Logan
county may be inviting their own
defeat through the election of a
sot of democratic officials. A
largo number of voters really be-
lieve that a public servant ought
to be willing to quit sometime. It
has come to that point that party
loyalty is not so deep seated as to
longer believe in life tenure in of-
i £ - V t-* •
Miss Nancy Spooptndyke Siys:
A pure woman cannot hope to
occupy her true position in life
until women sot up as high a Man
darn of social purity for men as
men let up for women before and
The congressional committee
which investigated the disaster of
the Titanic has fixed the blame on
Captain Smith of the ill-fated vea-
sol. Fixing the blame on a dead
man when bis superiors were on
board and made his eicape with
the women and children when the
man they venture bravely met hia
■death at his post of duty is about
dike fixing the blame forthe down-
fall of man on the woman in the
garden of Eden.
^ Do you need Screen Doors!
See Orlando Lumber & Coal Co.
Is Orlando to celebrate the 4th
of July this year?
—Taka your Butter- Eggs and
Poultry to C. C. Mueller highest
market price in cash or trade.
Charlie Gordon of Chickasha
came in Thursday for » few <]arg
visit wish his brother, E. C. Gor-
don, and with the Plumer family,
after which he will go to South
Haven, Kansas, for a visit with
Sinking of the Titanic. Sold by
Virgil Simmons. You want it.
Wednesday night this sectioi
of country wa* visited by g of m
inch c f rain that will greatly bei -
Baden’s Best flout in toweling
sucks for sale at (1. C MuellerV
C. A. Paul who has been at
Ponca City for some time doing
carpenter work came home Sun-
A car of coat came in one dsy
recently for P. J. Meagher.
See our line of Men’s Suits.
W e caa give you best prices on
suits as good as you buy in the cit
ies. Look over our line. C. C.
Jack Willis returnded to town
Saturday after spending several
days last week Rt the country
home of L. M. Matthews west of
Do you need Screen Doors?
See Orlando Lumber & Coal Co
Miss Reba Patton of St. Joe,
Mo., who has been a guest at the
Sego home for a few weeks, re
turned 1o her home Monday morn
Is your subscription to the Clip-
per paid? We need it.
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
*» mercury will surely destroy the sens*
or smell and completely derange th»
Whole system when entering It through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles shook*
never be used except on prescription#
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do Is ten fold to the good root
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.. contains my
mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur*
J?C.M 2* th* *vstem. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you gel the genu*
C1*- It '"taken Internally and made In
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes.
Sold by Druggists. Price 7Be per bottl*
fck Ball's Family PUie ter ecBstlpaUea, 4
R. J. Conneway and family and
a daughter of R. D. Stewart were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Gordon.
Have you used “Pride of Per*
rrl” If not, why not? Don’t be
Woffle people have a holj horror hut follow the win,
Move en Now!
•ays a policemtn to a street crowd
and whacks heads if it don’t. “Move
on uow,” says the big, harsh mineral
pills to bowel congestion and salferin *
follows, Dr. King’s New Life Pills
don’t bulldose ihe bowels, Tney gen-
tly persuade them to right action and
health fellows, eg cents at the
Qrtwto Dru| Co,
"0ut>eMo«r«" with ■ STBVEN5—1
beat thing for a growing hoy t I
Learning to shoot wail and
9 acquiring qualltUs t>f
SELF-CONTROL.- DECISION, 'AND
manliness hJt -
»~»ll So. to STEVENS FIREARMS EDUCATION
we smp direct, express nrennM
rcoeipt of CatalogTrice. 1 ' J pon
CblcaMa Falls, Mass.,* g. A.
Dr. F. C. Moore,
Builc of Commerct Building.
W»jk»*F*U, Twu Qtv
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Lanter, W. L. The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, June 14, 1912, newspaper, June 14, 1912; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912018/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.