The Harrah News (Harrah, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1915 Page: 2 of 4
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The Harrah News PHfcS£H I FORtbLEAMS
■■■■fe OF COMING GLORY
Published every Friday
Okla., by T. C. Williams.
Entered at the Harrah posloffice as j
second class matter.
fesiaij's Ktogdoinflr the Thresh*
Dr. J. E. Dean
One of the horses at the li-
Priee per jear in advance..............?1 WO
olil—Reign of Evii to End.
The gowrnor may bring forth
cur legislature and let it legis-
late. If so look out for freak,
biMs. No-no Oklahoma represent-j
atives are no freakier than those
of,other states and some of our
representatives are rjallryintel-
ligent men that would not he
guilty of introducing such bills
as. these product of legis-,
atora in other states, during
their last sessions.
Minneaola-Law to preventtru*)
catching of frogs.
Kansas-Law prohibiting the
use of face powder, hair dye or
bleach, the piercing of-ears 4tnd
"Time of tho Enc.”’ Niw Here—Day of
Wrath Precede* the Deign of Bleea-
ing—Men's Selfishness the Ccuso.
Human Pinna and Theoriei to Prove
Abortive—Time of Trouble Now Be- j
gun-—New Order to Bo Set Up on
Ruins of Old—Christ and Hie Church i
Glorified Bring "the Daaire of All.”
How to Grow Bigger Crops
of Superb Fruit—FREE
Dec. 5. — Pastor
R us,roll delivered!
a masterly ad- j
dress today, from
Uiu text, ‘‘What |
wromrhfcH* (Num- j
Ik* tk n;i.C3.) lie!
di hired tbut we j
arc living lit the
period of huinno |
Id.-* lory. On every j
side are contriv-
ances for man's!
Evidently tho time is near j
Y0U neeci this practical, expert information. Whether
1 you own or Intend to plant ft le* trees or a thousand, It is infor-
med,m th.t will neve yo". tun . labor m<1 money. Grt it 1 Sfioply send ua your
name and addreaa on the Coup,*—or ca ■ poMat, It you prefer.
We will eistOy mail yoti a f*-*e ctpy everywhere *ra a-sMlne prodtstoue
ol our N**’* (..atjuoff—rtn H 5c ‘ t. b ojc crops anti larsae canh profits from crop*
th«t is simply packfHl wlttt b* 5 ft that of young, thrifty, xtuMtu* Stark Hro'a
will enable you to securebutru rcrops trees-facts that emplia*i*e the truth
ot floest fruit—and sell II.-m at top*- of the axiom "Stark Trees Bear Pruit."
market prieea. The whole b -• is i. ,e«J Beaurl’ui tile-clse. natural-color photos
with fact- (hat will Interest a.i I instruct of leading fruits ail through too book,
you— facta about how frttK-sroY.'uiu Sand for your copy today to
Office: 218 Stab N.t’l Buk BI*Jvery b“rn fme very n“r dy'
Dr. G. R. Griggs
Stark BroV. Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo.
Grime* Golden—tho tree development
thaf rncUte ‘Vnltur rnf " K
Harrah Drug Store; Calls
Answered all hours
ilywiiMflietevt-i* -1 —r.nr crwitwir
Read tt and lenm about (he rove fr- it-
truo triumph of Stark Btn'* f (
tury of Su«oes*—tho ' Poobto-1,
Will pay market price in oash
that resists "collar rot.” (jut the New
Facts about "Stark Delicious,” Stark
Karly Klberta, ar.d ail the latest
ties. Stark Bro’s-grrown. J. H. Hole
Will buy all the corn T>an
we can get.
_ ru, J
.*u#icbe*, algo Lincoln Pear, Sfark
Montmorency Cherry, Mammoth Gold
Phira an»l all the other famous Stark
h i a* fruit a,bt.fi it»ami oroiummtai*.
wearing of earrings.
Colorado—Law to provide that1 blessing.
bulls driven along the roads at! *lH‘n a" <h* w°r“ ma* 'uleu*v
*: ; from excessive loll and hardship. So
night S.iSU woar lighls. ! gradually have these blesslugs coma
North Dakota— Providing for! <>iat we scarcely reuiizo what progresa
uniform thickn jae of sleigh run-
Minnesota— Law providing
that lumberjacks shall be fur-
Get Oijr New Catalog
FRFF It x 8 inchrs—filltsd
* trf)in coter tu
cover with b*' sntlful pbo- ~ ®ept, A
toi'rupli*. Afatl u, the jfi Louiilunu.Mo.
‘ be»rln?yourn»me' rv^.uT^our
ana auUregs. uyllmf just
^ ho w fruit-gr.jwern >r«
StAfSc Cro * JP iTt .k.njg rocwrti -
Custom feed grinding in gen-
niched with individual bathtubs:.
• ji ji ji
If only the good and pure in
mind go to heaven, i.what is to
Inin Ih-i-u made.
Twcnty-Bve hundml years bk'o. the
I’aator explained, the Itlble foretold
tliese blessings as characteristic of
j "The Time of the End.” (Daniel
ltlble students Bud that this pe-
riod began with 1700 A. D. For'more
tlmn a century wo have been living in
“Tho Time of the End." Tills phrase
means, not the end of the world, bill
of the reign of sin and Death. We
, , . nru entering a New Era, In which all
become of.the doctors, and thaf,ti10 evn conditions of u«o past six thou
lawyers, and merchants, and , sand year*;will terminate. Soon earth s
and bankers. and I Kreat ^at>bull>, the (loldeti Aye of; ’'°oghs and Cold. We consider them j.
prophet and bard, will be ushered In. common and harmless ailments. How- ^
While there blessings nro designed j ev€r 8tatfetk8 te„ U8 every tWfd per- *
Oh far nil, yet boonase of man s Ingrained |
Mflshnoss they irnvo grarttated. into j dle« of a Jung ailment. Dangerous;
the bauds of n few. This bus caused I Bronchial and Lung difeases follow a! a
pride on cue side anil Jealousy on the! , , , , , 4>
other. As a rosult. an Irrepressible j neB,ected coU,‘ A3 y°ur bo(!P
co ji diet is about to be prectpUatsdk Al] gles against cold germ?, no better aid i
1 *xf«ct to plant..........
Grind Kaflfer corn head and all.
Will pay 44 cents for mixed corn and
45 cents for whits corn, subject to
J. D. Culvey.
At the old canning plant.
! Harrah, Okla.,
ing a.few days ago, and per-
haps would have, only for the
prompt use of the Norris Vac-
enum Syringe. Speaing of,
the incidentLeon Pakher said*
i “I would not be without one
of these instruments. I think
it is the greatest thing > in the •
world for treating live stock .
Every farmer and live s ock
in this country should 1
Itcan be used in i
the treatment of.(nearly every
case of sikeness among stock.
Mr. Palmer also stated that
that instrument could be used-i
quite successfully in the treat- •
ment of heaves. This instru- -
rrsentris certainly a wonder, ,
and quite a few farmers <
around he*e.are buying them.,
COUGHS AND COLDS ARE
Few of ua. realize
editors, and bankers, and
farmers, and the rest of the com-
mon herd? And where,
where, will the politicians go?
j* at j*
DR. HOMER MARSH
First Class Work—Satisfaet-.>
We are perfectly willing to
have the whole world formed in-
to one big republic, provid-
Uncle Sam is the big squeeze in
ready «■* < e a great war «>f nations, j can jje ha,j ;h*n,Ur. King’s Now Dis
cacli cmlcuvorii.g to set the lion’s share;
of the bU*ssIni;,< which Uod ban provid j covery. Its merit has been tested by
ed In these hitler days. The nations old and yv*ung. In use over 45 years.
have become Jealous mid envious of
Get a bottle to-day. Avoid the risk of
Ji Jl Ji
First thing you know the neu-
tral countries will be scrapping
with each other to see which
one can cop oft', the honors of;
r m- «r
A lot of people talk, a few
think, and tome are too ‘darned
lazy to do either.
r *v »r
A gift with a string tied to it m*‘a8Ure ,J“‘ l»ow«r of ‘be Almighty
• , . . II,, lit*,., .F I ,, |1*I. t / k Ilk T Unit . I „ I )„%•>. .!• •— » ,
one another ns they see opportunities j
of wealth ami power opening up; am]) serious Lung ailments. Druggists,
this gruesome conflict has resulted.
Proseni Blessings From Cod.
Tho Hpeaker urged his audience not
fo lose sight of tho fact that our ■won-
derful blessings did not come by man’s
ingenuity, that Just ns brilliant tuen
J have lived in the past, lint that Go 1 la
! letting In tho light of the dawning|
i New Dispensation. Meblnd tills is an-1
! other thought. If In their Imperfect!
j condition mankind cun accomplish sol
binneh. what will they do when tmule;
j perfect under McsslahV Kingdom?
Then again. If God’s feeble creatures
j can accomplish so much, who e-au
Physician and Surgeon
Rear Of Mooney Drug Co.
The Stranger in Town.
"Now, Uncle Si.” Raid young Sprlff
gins, showing tho old gentleman ths
sights, “shall we take a ride In m ,
taxi, an omnibus or a sight-seeing •
coach?” "Wa al. Jimmie,” said Uncla *
SI, “ef ye’re goin’ to th’ expense of *
a waggin to show me around. I kind ,
o’ think I’d Hire to take a spin in ona
o’ them cabarets live lieerln tell so >
Hatred in tha heart ia a ginat bur-
den to tho carrir”*.
HfeLPYOUR LIVE? ttfttCK IT PATS
When your liver gets torpid and
your atomach note .queer, take Dr.
King’s New Life Pills and you will find ] |
yourself feeling better. They purify
the blood, give you freedom from con-1
stipatiod, bilojauess,-.dizzincs and in!
-digestion. You feel fine— just like!
you want t* feel. Clear the complex
ion tco. 25c at druggists.
[left me with a frightful cough and
; very weak. I had spells when I could
hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20
jminutes. My doctor could not help
me, but I was completely cured by
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111.
50a AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
w usually of less value" than the pm> 1 ta Wls tom* Ju"tIoe’ 1‘0" er anJ
it *' tr
One of the wisest men we ever
knfcw iratk^y admitted he was a
Jl Jl JX
When we consider what God hath
! wrought in connection with humanity
j we are still more astonished. Tha bu-
! man l>ody <-an oil, feed and manipulate
Itself, can think for Itself, can direct
lls own course. If mankind could
make such n machine, they would have
something of which to tie proud. When I
we realize that all our wonderful in-1
Kill the goose that lays the! Teatlon* ,,ro but imperfect copies <>r
our Creator’s works, (hat man merely
uses principles which Cod has employ-
ed hi the past, we so.* clearly that man
was made nit earthly image- of Ills
Light Breaking Through Darkness.
The Pastor showed that while wo
have realized (rod’s Wisdom and Pow-
I will sell at Public Auction at my firm 4 miles west of Harrah and 2 miles east of Choctaw on the slate road, commenc-
ing at 10 o’clock promptly mi-
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY
golden egg” if
saye the egg.
you like. Rut!
MONDAY DECEMBER 13,
For Infants and Children
InfUse For Dver 30 Years
er an manifested In nature, we have
been seriously . liandteapiH-.l l*y false
doctrines grossly wfisrepresentlnffi our
Creator as devoid of .In rice ami Lore
These misconceptions came dowu from
• ■» r-i
1 brown mare coming 3 yis. o!cl wrt.
I 1 00, I brown mar. coming 4 yrs. old v/t
1 100, 1 brown mar 4 yrs. old wt. 1 100
xueso uiisconeepuoiis cat * m»v u irom ./-ill * 2 -JJ
the Dork Ages. Hut the imomlng Age jfj lOai, I DfOWH lYic.l O CDHiinf^ J yiS>.
j is scattering the ignorance mid super- ' A ~ '11
I sfltlou of the pant, and is bringing In 1000 1 baV lTini'C COIIlin^ ^7 VrS’. I I UU
the light of the knowledge of God’s 1 GfUtO, i ejexy i ^ „ , ,
glory.—Hnbilkkuk 2:14. ||1 • £ 1 | } )1ICkskin mule J VT3. Old wt
To *ee tills clearly we uniat look In IDS. Ill IOcaI* ^ r\C\f\
' the right direction. There a;o people i I AD 1 L_,r ^r/aldiTxnf 1 vre Old Wt I 000
! ttklay who nro looking toward the west I . UU, 1 bD> gdCling J yi-• tWU W L. t^V-w
Mir the sunrise. Wo s,o learned men , 1 A . _] .] ...f. QOO
1 roan mare lu yis. old wt. 2UU, i
the little ones.-
THAT KNIFE LIKE PAIN
!• f)n!y One of Nature’s Warning
Wcstt or Disord*re<l Kidney*
Hxve you a lame baek, aching day i
and night? Do you fee! sharp pains!
after stooping” Are the kidneys sore”
Is their actions irregular? Use Doans
Kidney Pills—the mndicene that is re-
commended by so many people in this
locality. Head this- nearby resident’*
experience: John F Busby, city fire-
man, 725 E. Ninth St., Oklahoma City
Gala., says: “My kidneys were in
who have knowledge on many subject* lbs.
tanking the mistake of thinking that j . — lit! 9AA 1
Evolution la our God and. not aeelngjLoxr poTSC1 / V1*S. OlCi V/t. I 2.UU, I
nn intelligent God. holding that Evolu-, aJ A ^ " . _ „ ^ , . / in p . j
Uon is man’s only hope—Iliat uM-j J yj-g. 0jd Wt. I ZOO, I bay UTam O : Saddle. 00016 JUDlC.
I cow 6 yrs. old fresh in Jan., Ilcow 6»
yrs. old fresh in Feb. I cow 8 yrs. old giv-
ing milk, I red cow 4 yrs. fresh soon, 1,
red cow 6 yrs. fresh soon, 1 part Jersey ■
cow calf at her side, 5. head yearling cal-
Some Implements.’ Good set leather
harness with collars, 6 good horse collars,..
tunlely there will bo "the survival of
orse 7 yrs. oi
yrs. old wt. 1000, 1 bay mare 3 yrs.
ing In liattie. The unlit are left at , 1 I 1* ____ yL
! homo |o propagate the families of the J 1 (JvJu, I Indian pOTiy j ~ til ~
future. EvolutionivtR do not stop to
• think that at the present-rote of In , . > . ct ..
crease the world would one day be<vast- : AH of the nhoveHencrit.cn prcjretly is f.GOci sturt. toung mru es.
tsss m i *«». - --»• >- ••*'<* •<* ”>«• '•»'>«> »d Ust •*“"■
stoop as my bacK was in such bad j wonkl bo reached In other directions
LUNCH SERVED AT NOON-
^ o'jog ccvvs. Good quality.. It you want it come and r
shape and I had to lay. off duty for that thln.ua cannot continue nt the i>res-
o in l All sum3 of $10.00 and undtr, cat-h in hand. Suine over this amount a credit of
Terms of safe b.«i.h .. *.w m raM ;„,ere« fnm ^
again they wero iaactiva. I uaed dif-> t'x'ren>,tjr bo G^! s 'n’lwnunlty. i J:.roun. fol- cash on sums entitled t > creel,t_ Al! property must L e settled ior before moved.
* After iierniuung mnnklnd t'> have nil u
I I months will •
Five pf rcent >
fertnt medicines, but nothing corapair , rhc$0 ,‘lessIn“ f)f
with Doan’s Kidney, Pills. This med-
eime strengthened my kidneys anfc two
boxes removed the pains and other
Price 50c at all dealers. Don.t sim-
ply ask for s kidney remedy—g-t
Doan’s Kidney Pill*—th? earr.o that
Mr. Bushy hsd. Foster Millhnm Co.,
Piopf;, Butlule, N. V.
our day, Ho will f
low tliem to dash themselves to pieces |
In a great cataclysm of trouble: to '
make shipwreck of all their b<«nste.l j
twentieth century ciYlllznttoa But be- i
fore mankind’* complete destruction.
llcsMnb's Kingdom will Intervene and I
"TMk peace to the nation.-;. After the ,
stvi«i tue.u **l*i be a rrwt calm, f
Christ and Ills glorftP**? Church win
he Rod’s Channel fur the rest
ot whosoever will of all mankind.
N. N. Evans Au
Gea. M.. Smith Clerk..
In m &
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