The Harrah News (Harrah, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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The Red Gin.
Bring your cotton to the RED GIN.
Everything in first-class shape. We have
engaged the services of an expert ginner.
We will pay the highest market price for
cotton and cotton seed, ginned at this gin.
We solicit your patronage.
We &lso do custom, ginning
COLDS Hi ED ATTENS10N
Internal throat and cheat trouble*
.-rodueo inffmauition, irritiitio*i, swell-
ing »r «»«««*. *ti<t «nfe*« checked at
, .nee are iiattia to l*-»d to serious
■ outilc Caught in time Dr Boll's
Pin* Tar-Honey loosens the phlegm
<iid destroys the nurm* which have
eltled in the throat and nose. It
-<oothiii(t ane iwalinj; Pine is anti-
septic; lionuv is southing -both togeth-
er po.-oaa excellent medicinal qualities
for fighting cold germs. Insist on Dr.
Bell’s Pine Tur-Honey. 25c. All
Evolution of Rings.
When mankind attained the art of
working lu metalR copper ring* were
common, aqd aa the art progressed
and more precious metala were die
covered moro and more elaborate and
costly rings wore made. Soon sett Inga
were placed in tho broader bands, or
It was found interesting to make a
hoop and fit into the two ends after
j8 j cutting a revolving disk, inscribed
with a design. Tho disk Is now called
tho bezel and tho circlet the hoop.
A. J. Harder.
Annoy’ng Treo Cricket.
Tho treo ciickot, though very small
and delicate in structure—a mere "dl-
aplumoua embodiment of sound”—
makes a noise oi piercing shrillness
and loudness by rubbing its wing-cov-
ers together. This it docs with such in-
credible rapidity that its wings, while
thus operated, appear motionless. A
single specimen in a window curtaiu
will banish sleep, and to find it is al-
Laughter Aida Digestion
Laughter is one of the most health-
ful exerthns; it is of great help to in-
digestion. A still more effectual help
is a dose of Chamberlain’s Tablets, if
you should lie troubled with indigeas
tion give them a trial. They only cost
a quarter. Obtanable everywhere.
East View Farm Jerseys
Won the highest honors that can be won at the Oklahoma State Fair.
our great young bull Noble’s Oxford Pirout winning both Junior and
Grand Championship. We also won first on get of sire and produce of
cow. These are-the ribbons more highly prizdd by a breeder- than all
the rest. In addition to these we also won IS other premiums including
the A. J. C. C. Grand Champion. Do you want to buy a baby hull sired
by the Grand Champion, or n heifer or two bred to this bull? Write me
what you want. Will take pleasure in answering.you.
A few Berkshire boars and gilts for sale.
R. L. Peebljr,
PHONE U 56 R- F. D. NO. 9, OKLAHOMA CITY
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Why You* Should Use Chamb-
berlain’s Cough Remedy.
Because it has an established ropu-
tuiion won by its good works..
Because it is moat esteemed dy
those who have used it for many years
as occasion required, and are best ac-
quainted with its good qualities.
Because it loosens anb relieves a
cold and aids nature in restoring the
system to a heath fill condition
Because it does not contain any
^ i opium or other narcotic.
4 ! New Yorkers Fond of Candy.
4 J New York is the largest caady-OO
*} | Burning center la the world.
Because it is within the reach of all.
It only cost3 a q l irtor. l!i ist
Paeon and Weatth.
I cannot cull riches better than the
baggage of virtue; Uio Homan word is
better, ‘‘impedimenta;" for as the bag-
gage is to the army, so Is riclics to vir-
tue; it cannot be spared nor left be-
hind, but It hinderoiia the march; yea,
and the care o! it sometimes losetli
or citsturbeth tho victory; of great
riches there is no real use, except It
be In the distribution; the rent is but
Early Use of the Ring.
When reading and writing were lit
‘e practiced u ring with some special
ievice served both as Identification
tho bearer and a mark of the wri-
■r of a document. The Impression
of tho device on a ring wont far to-
card giving tho stamp of genuine-
ness to a letter or contract, and today
wo preserve the legal fiction in add-
ing seals to legal documents.
We always overrate the happlnosi
of others and underrate our own.
Net Contents IS Fluid Prscfr
~AICOHOI. - A nt’R CETft
ting the StwaadBaad
/tan** 'S**i '
jp'c Simile si£ata«o£
For Infants nnd Children.
Mothers Know That
Ragland Drug Co., Retire*
We have disposed of’our stock of drugs and are retiring
from business. Therefore all accounts due us are now due.
Call and arrange payment of same with me at once.
Porter T. Ragland
Office with Harrah News, %
The First National Bank,
Is able to render the best service that can be ren-
dered by any good bank. This bank can do more
for its customers than a great number of banks can
do for theirs, and in no instance will it be satisfied
to do less. Do a banking business, learn how our
business is conducted. Those who know us best,
are our -aesfcfcustomers.
On account of my bad health, I am compelled to live in New Mexico, so 1 will sell the following described property at my
father’s James Mitchell’s, farm. 4 and three quarter miles west and I north of Harrah, I mile north and I and three quarters
east of Choctaw. Begining at 10 o’clock a. m, on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 14,1915
B. F. Miles, Prest. O. G. McClurg, Cashier.
\ “A Strong Bank in A Live Town.”
i&iyc’Iw Tig* H©@k I
WHAT HAS THE CAA1L O^DER,
H0USE.-AND U\R£rE, CITY
5T0RT-. DONE-TO BUILD UP
YOOU TQWN ?- H0W\H6-i5
THEM \Ajm SEND ^YOUR. HONEY
) <WAY TO THEM WHEN YOU CAH
‘ BOY WHAT YOU vuAMT AT*
\ 'tOU^OWH MERCHANT*
J ^EAD ADS EVE^YVi/EHC.'
| AMD TQADE. A"T HOME. 7 5
; SOUTNWtVTtRN WEtKAH MeWilWtS . . #>. /,
1 4 Head Horses And Mules
I high grade stallion, 9 yrs. old wt, 1600 known as E. Wick-
ens horse; 1 thoroughbred Missouri Jack, 6 yrs. old; a!:o I
* , thoroughbred Missuri Jack 7 yrs, old, both black, with ped.-
|1 orecs; 1 bay mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 900 in foal by Jack; 1 black
mare 3 yrs* old, wt 1000; 3 bay mares 3 yrs. old, wt. 90 j each,
1 black mare 7 yrs. old, in foal, wt. 1 1CJ; 1 black horse co t
- | i i. 7 black mule colts 6 mo. old; 1 black hoise mule,
mo. old, /. blacK
1 mo. old; I bay mare mule 6 mo. old.
6 Head of Cattle
1 high grade Jersey cow, fresh Dec. 1st, 3 yrs. oi l; 1 red
Poll cow 3 yrs. old giving milk; 1 red Pod 2 yr. old heifer; I
deep red 2 yr. old Durh. m heifer; 2 roan calves, 6 mo. o.d.
About 1000 bushels white corn, in crib; about
bright alfalfa hay in shed.
2 John Deere riding cultivators, good as new; I walking
cultivator; 1,2 row corn planter; 1, 60 tooth harrow; 1 double
disc riding stirring plow; 1 disc harrow; 1 McCormick binder;
1 standard mowing machine and rake; I low wheel wagon;
1 disc go-devil or slide; 1 set of furrow openers; I set of
double worn harness with collars; I nearly new John Deecfl
Wile top buggy and set of double buggy harness; 1 harness
horse for sewing harness and a lot of harness tool.-*, 1 grind-
stone, and a lot of other tools, 2 hay racks.
1 dining extension table, 2 kitchen cabinets, 1 book ca3e»
1 large brass bed stead, i dresser, I davenport, 1 cook stove,
1 heating stove, 2 rocking chairs, 1 high chair, some linoleum
a lot of dishes and cooking utensils, A few chickens and
Bear This In Mind
“I ct-nsider Chamberlain’s Courg.
Remedy i*y far the best in the market
for colds and croup,-says Mrs. Albert*
Blosser, Lima, Ohia. Many others ar«
ut the same opinion. Obtainable stery-
Farm is for rent. Bids received day of sale.
Lunch will he served by the ladies Aid of the Methodist Church at Choctaw.
„ n , A credit of 10 months, at 10 per cent interest, with approved security, will be given on all sums over
Terms Cl Sale $|000 Under $10.00cash in hand. 5 per cent discount for cash on ail sums entitled to cred. . M
1 goods to latcv«-grounds untiil setlled for.
'edward w. Mitchell
Owes Her Good Health
“I owe my pood health to Chamber- I
Iain’s tablets” writes Mrs. R.G. NelT.
Crookston, Ohio. “Two years a;-o I
was an invalid pu« to stomach trouble.
I took three bottles of these Tablets . p .
and have since bean in the best oi N* EVcHIS* AllCwCH
health.” Obtainable everywhere.
Geo. M. Smiih Clerk.
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The Harrah News (Harrah, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1915, newspaper, November 12, 1915; Harrah, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc936587/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.