Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 1, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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POPULAR BUNGALOW HOUSES
Home architecture has made great
theldre8ad°andtlitB bunga’low homes are j
lull it thousands an over the coum
book 'caned^pTa^Ucal ° Bungalows/*
a* »he U>s Angeles Invest-
publtsnc u ojr * gt Lo8 Angeles,
z: In which IS shown large
of i'00 one and two-story horn ^
interior views, plans, descriptions and
building costs; houses suit<Jd t
climate at prices f™n1 new
Ideas °aiid 50'one cent stamp^sent to
Ue mosl'T'racticaVan.l beautiful book
of the kind we have seen.__
A Wily Judge.
At an assize court, according10 U'0
Undon Times, a juror claimed e
emption from serving on the Bro“n
empuuu judge held a
that he was deaf. Hie
conversation with the clerk of ar
raigns on the subject, and them turn
ing to the man. at whom he looked in-
tentlv he asked in a whisper Are
ienu>, “Verv’’ was the un-
you very deaf? Very
guarded reply. So 1 perceive
the rejoinder of the judge, but not
whisper deaf. You had bejter g° " £
the box. The witness shall speak
low."—Case and Comment.
Clean Sanitary Floors.
Varnish, which is commonly regard-
ed only as a beautifier, is an efficient
laden dust Is thus kept out of the air.
A varnished floor is therefore not only
up to date, beautiful and easily e ean-
od but is wholesome. The National
Association of Varnish Manufacturers,
636 The Bourse, Iffiiladelphia. Penn,
are distributing free a bohokl.eJ,,esnt1^
"Modern Floors,” which tells now
floors may be made and kept. whole-
come and attractive. Send for one^
Varnish Is cheaper than carpet and
far more satisfactory.
Epitome of the Most
at Home and Abroad
Like the Other Chicks.
Charles T. Hose, equally well known
in Masonic work and banking circles
S Cleveland, is a great chicken fan-
cier Rhotfte Island Beds being ‘
favorite breed. W«1M«S through his
teSbalor home 1* “j
Helen the three-year-old daughte .
h U“ Conte "her eV 'little chickabiddybe
n , m her. And when she ran
up To him to be tossed up and down.
„he asked; “Papa, which was my
Give Defiance Starch a frir trial—
try it for botli hot and cold star®h'"B’
and if Von don’t think you do better
work, in less time and at smaller cost
return U and your grocer will give
you back your money.
AnywayT the7cTs nothing monoto
nous about the weather. -
The navy department received a
wireless dispatch from Panama that
sixty-five of the one hundred passen- (
get s on the Tobago were drown®d’ ,
The ship struck a rock and sank with- |
in an hour. The Tobago was heavily i
loaded with cattle, besides a large
President Taft has withdrawn from
all forms of disposition 2,6o0 acres
of land in Wyoming to be reserved
for examination and classification
with respect to their coal value. In-
formation obtained by the geological
survey indicates that valuable coal de- ,
posits underlie these lands.
Attorney General Wlckersham soon
will bring criminal and civil act
Sib. fhe International Harvee e
company, the “harvester trust, for
“flagrant" violations of the Sherma
antitrust law, according to> offleen
the government close to the attorney
Eugene T. Chamberlain, c0™™iB'
sioner of navigation of the department
of commerce and labor, has prt
his resignation to Secretary Nagel, to
take effect on the qualification of hi*
successor. Mr. Chamberlain was ap
pointed from New York and had the
office since 1893.
An agreement to report favorably
the Sherwood fl a day servieepem
sion bill, affecting half a million old
soldiers, was reached at a B
of the house committee on invalid pern
sions. The vote was 7 to 3 Tne
bill is estimated to invoice a total
cost of approximately $38,000,000.
Henry L. Stimson of New York, has
been sworn as Secretary of war sp-
eeding Jacob M. Dickinson, resigned.
The ceremony took place in
Of the secretary. The oath was ad-
ministered by John Randolf, who has
performed similar functions for many
Cleanses the System
colds and Headaches,
due to constipation.
Best for men, women
and children *. youncj
and old. ,
Taqet its Beneficial
effects, always note the
name of the Company.
plainly printed on the
front of every package
of the Genuine
Grant Winsooth of South Bend, md
was found guilty of murdering his
wife in a quarrel for possession of
their child. He was sentenced to
After suffering terrible agony for
two weeks, Harry, the 3-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Holt, died at
Lawton, from the effects of drink-
ing a bottle of sulphate of zinc.
The last legal hanging in Kentucky
took place Thursday in the peniten
Gary. Roger Warren, a negro con
vict who murdered another convtc
being the victim. Electrocution wilt
be the method hereafter.
While playing in the street near
i his home, at Chicago Ben^® "
thirteen years old, was electrocuted
by nine thousand volts of electricity
which passed thorugh his body
he came in contact with one of the
sanitary districts’ “feed" wires.
Four men were seriously injured
in a premature explosion of a blast
in the tunnel under the Genesee River
at Central avenue, Rochester, N Y.
The explosion occurred in a pit
16 Modvedby the pleadings of the young
wife of John Miles, Detroit, Mich., 1 y
Cobb refused to prosecute Miles, who
attempted to steal the diamond stars
automobile. Miles was locked up after
being caught by Cobb, but was
U Tim Rev. 1. N. Hilary, aged 60 years,
died at Upland, l»d„ after one day s
illness of blood poison, which re-
I suited from being stung on the thumb
by the horn of a cattish wh ch be ted
1 caught. He came here from New
that he shot A. A. W R Bide will-
A unique way oi raisins">»"« l°
Siog .o agreement to donate -»•
acre of cotton each (or the un
posed to have t0 leave
morning and drown herself m a
ing rails on the flight train
! Hudson river opposite 1 ough v
1 m v Traffic was tied up six
were cut and brutacd,
but escaped serious injur).
Three pereons are Mriouaiy^li. 0
perhaps fatally, at East * 1Jch doc-
as a result of drinking victims
t°r8 say was her
twelve-year-old son and
lowin’die! “M^Wiliiameon and her
husband have been separated for
eral months. I
Leonard Imboden, banker ’f°
claims against him and t1 ^ d o£
K'jCLt t»e ntoney »^d “
liquidate claims at 4 per cent merest.
Alabama. The hou.e family,
down and he had rescued htsfamiiy,
*„ a trunk and rushed ■>«=. to got
SS.'ffl oiTe TnZ States
, S^Sn%«d.P'“f i.
the onenbB. Duveens
i Martin explained that tne
1 present position was ^ Principal
son for him escaping a jail term.
Four men were injured and a num-
ber of animals killed and mained in
the wreck of four cars of the Buffalo
Bill Wild West train at Brookside,
six miles west of Lowell, Mass The
twentv-eight-car train was on its way
from 'Fitchburg to Lowell when the
heavy steel cars bearing the elephants
m rails and four cars in the
middle section toppled from the tracks.
The insurance department bas re
cekved notice from Superintenden
Hotchkiss of New York of b‘a approval
of the recent consolidation of the -e
man American and Rochester German
Fire Insurance companies both >f
which were licensed in Oklahoma. A
consolidated statement of the two com-
panies shows the total assets to be
$20,749,742.80, and surplus to policy
The state military board, composed
of Adjutant General Frank M. Canton,
Colonel Roy V. Hoffman and Major
Alva J. Niles, with Major Charles F.
Barrett as secretary, has decided to
undertake a revision of the military
code of the state. The laws govern-
ing the national guard have been
amended so many times that as mat-
ters now stand It is sometimes diffi-
cult to tell just which provisions con-
trol on some subjects.
With a view of overtaking the Se-
curity Oil company the Southern Tex-
as company and perhaps other oil
properties known to be Standard Oil
company branches, the Texas com-
pany, of which John W. Gates is presi-
dent,’ announces an increase in capital
stock of $14,000,000 or from *36,000,-
000 to $50,000,000. With the acquisi-
tion of the additional refineries by the
Gates concern, it will have seven oil
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r*\Ve know that the baking will be pur«
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raAnd we know that Calumet is more
seen UMdedoutin and Vs i
used nowin mil ions oi » u U the ;
Bales are growing daily. i
modern baking powder.
moderate in price.
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