The Blair Progress (Blair, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 19, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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In health and dlaca*«—ADMI8SION la KKKK
804 MAIN STREET
KANSAS CITY. MO.
SUB $»W FaWHS
I’unpkin yam seed potatoes
for sale 7.V per bushel one mile
east one A miles south of Blair.
!9t II. J. Parnell.
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/ a »»• is rut: must dkomjcs
The rain came down in torrents
n /rum I At ssfAti
we not? I feel as though
past dinner time now.”
“No not for a half hour yet”
A Shine once a week makes and splashed against the window! he answered. “It is only eleven
your shoes look much better and panes of the neat little law office o'clock, hut you can go ahead, 1
it will only cost 10c. See me at in the most worldly and busiest will see you at noon, hut, Phill,
the Blair Barber Shop on Satur- section of Chicago. It hr.d been if 1 should hnpjien to miss you,
day of each week. cloudy for several days and only come up tomorrow at two o’clock
until now-had the rainbow dips1 if possible for I want to talk to
COME TO T HE
m BLAIR BARBER SHOP 0
Get your work clone where one irmn'B money id i:h good as unolhtm.
Wo try to ploa?e everyone.
Agent* for ihc* Lawton Steam Lnunciry, which in one of the best
in the state. We appreciate your Business.
W. M. ALPSUT Av;, SON
SOUTH SIDE MAIN STREET
WICKER 8 HOWSER
See tis wlii'ii
kinds of Food,
your Grain and Hay.
you want to buy or
We have all kinds and our prices are
Wagons, 'Juggies and Implements—the kind
your forefathers used THE OLD RELIABLE
JOHN DEERE. See our line befoe buying.
mm a howser
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I'WIMkiiBmiH Ik'l—RI » tm Q
If von are looking for something
Cheap come around. It may be that
have it. No trouble to Price Goods.
Yours for hu;mess
D. F. Lollar
Dr. Burks’s Catarrh Remedy
Clears Hand Lika Mule.
Makes Brant hi,, g Easy and
Natural In- ; bound, Ra-
Ns Mara Rsatlaas
Nights, - Rollins.
Sc entitle Catarrh Cure—Backed by Personal Guarantee of
Dr. Ch u. L. Burke, tbe Emlnont Catarrh Specialist
Claan—Sanitary Ploasantly Parfumed-Dellghtflil to Use-Givos Instant Rallaf
Identically asms formula ssed regularly by Dr. iiurk*
In ID* prlvata practice, hav me succctslully cured tbou-jainid
of Catarrh ca-m.
Result of 30 Years Study and Experience.
17 years ill Kunran City, Mm. an A Specialist In the treat-
ment of dtHeaMea of tlie Eye, Ear, Nose aud Throat.
Dr. Burke's Cainrrh Remedy contains no cocaine, morphine,
or uny other injurious or hanit forming dru*;. The treat-'
man! consisiM of a fine white powder—so fine that when a
small quantity la “puffed" into ihe nose it forms a thin,
vapor-llka spray, which floods the nasal pas^axe. eoothlng
the Inflamed mambranaa and allayles Inflammation.
Stops rougbiDK, sneerlnp, hawking, spittinn. rirginf? in ears,
tore throat, catarrhal deafness and other catarrhal symptoms
—a preventive against Droncnltls, Hay Fever and evea
A Guaranteed Catarrh Cura offered at a nominal cost,
easily within the ranch of oil catorrh sufferers.
Write today for free booklet on “Catarrh aud Its Dau-
sars” and copy of legal binding guarantee.
DR. CHAS. L. BURKE. 906 Waldhda BMgw KssmsCM/. Mr
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that there Is at least one
dreaded disease tliut science has been
utile to cure In all Its stages, and that Is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being n constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In-
ternally. actltiK directly upon the blood
und mucous surfaces of the system, there-
by destroying the foundation of the dis-
ease. and Riving the patient strength by
tnilldlng up the constitution and assisting
nature In doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative pow-
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case tlmt it falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Ad4r.se r. J CIUCNKT A CO. Toledo. O
Sold by all Druggists tlf
Tabs Mall * Family n.ia for constipation.
G. C. Cates will
farm in a days.
of water set away from its rest-
ing place. On this morning the
world seemed more than usual
awakened to the lieauty of God’s
own creation, and as Robert T.
Morton, a wealthy young lawyer,
sat resting in his great arm chair
the office uojr ojiene 1 quickly
and in stepped Phillip Davidson,
an old college chum. After remov-
ing his rain coat he walked over
and took a seat beside the lawyer.
“Any news of the Browning
case, Rob?” asked Phillip as he
silently took a cigar from a box
offered by Robert Morton.
“Lots of news but none of the
right kind, Phill” he answered
dryly, “but as this is to be my
I*. Neas spent Wedncs- first case it may be rather hard
for me to get sufficient evidence
for the woman, but I have a few
days yet, six I think” he said as
he glanced across at the calendar
upon the wall “and besides I will
win the case if the judge and
jurrors haven’t stone hearts for
I am going to make them seethe
lady whose motherly influence
has brought up this child, should
yet keep him now that he is at
the age of four, for” he exclaim-
ed “if the father was entitled to
him the world would lead him in
his footsteps and wreck the kind
young mother’s life just as he
has done and, Phill, old man, 1
wont stand for it, do you under-
stand!” The young lawyer had
risen up and looked as if he was
facing a solemn faced judge and
twelve hard hearted jurrors.
His chum, Phillip Davidson,
who had been listening with
eager pride, now rose and taping
him gently upon the shoulder,
said “don’t worry about the case
any more, Rob, for I am sure you
have it won and I also see you
have the right spirit to look into
such a case as this, but, by the
way, Rob, we had better go down
and take a car for the hotel, had
We do first-class Job Printing.
Hie lH’nfy Year Test
“Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy,” writes Geo.
W. Brcck, publisher of the En-
terprise, Aberdeen*, Md. “I dis-
covered that it was a quick and
| safe cure fer diarrhoea. Since
then no one can sell me anything
said to be ‘just as good.’ During
all these years I have used it and
| recommended it many times, and
(it has never disappointed any-
! one. ” For sale by all dealers.
day night with his son Elmer and
Tlia Lass cf I. L Canfsluu
The case of L. L. Cantelou,
Clarendon, Texas, is similar to
that of many others who have
used Chamberlain’s Colic,Cholera
and Diarrhoe Remedy. He says,
“After trying a doctor for sever-
al months, and using different
kinds of medicine for my wife
who had been troubled with sev-
ere bowell complaint for several
months, I bought a 25c bottle of
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. After using
the second bottle she was entirely
!cured.” For sale by all dealers.
Martin McLeod has sold his crop
to G. Cates and will move to
you alxiut important business. ”
Saying this he picked up his pen
and began writing a brief out-
line of the trial that was to come
up the following Tuesday.
“You know that I am always at
your service, old man, and 1 sure
will be here.” said Phill as he
closed the office door and walked
heavily down the stairs.
Stillness reined throughout tiie
hallway and office and in a few
moments the lawyer was so deep
in study he almost forgot himself
and aroused himself by speaking
aloud. So passed this short half
hour and noon came. Silently his
papers and law books were de-
posited in their right places and
drawing a raincoat over his
shoulders he immediately started
for the hotel.
His discussions and talks were
brief while at luncheon and by
close observance worry could be
read upon his face for Phill was
not there and it was an unusual
thing for him not to be on time
for he was usually at his chum’s
IloW to tore a Sprain
A sprain may be cured in about
one-third the time required by
the usual treatment by applying
Chamberlain’s Liniment an ob-
serving the directions with each
bottle. For sale by all dealers.
move to his
Not So Strange After All
You may think it strange that
so many Deople are cured of
stomach trouble by Chamberlains
Tablets. Yet you would not,how
ever, if you should give them a
trial. They strengthen and invig
orate the stomach and enables it
to perform its functions naturaly
Mrs. Roise Rish, Wabash, Ind.,
writes, “Nothing did me the
least good until I began using
Chamberlain’s Tablets. It is de-
cidedly the best medicine for the
stomach trouble I have ever
used.” For sale by all dealers.
Miss Jewell Jarnigan took din-
ner with Miss Inez Beaver, Sun-
A ,V SXCl TKMENT
One hour later Robert Morton,
with steady footsteps and lower-
ed head went slowly through the
drenching rain to his office. Just
as he was about to make his first
steps on the stairs a scream fell
upon his ears and quickly turn-
ing he saw a large man strike a
heavy blow upon the head of a
young lady, who looked to be in
her teens. Robert Morton could
not controll the passion of anger
that ran over him, and he turned
and ran into the street.
You cannot afford to miss the
balance of this story which we
will publish in the Progress. If
your subscription is about to ex-
pire you should renew at once.
One year for only fifty cents.
The Blair Progress
Published weekly by the
PROGRESS PUBLISHING CO.
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have your copy in this office not
later than Tuesday noon, so do
not ask us to change it after that
time. We close the forms Tues-
day night. If you want to help
us get out on time don’t forget
to have your copy in by Tuesday
noon. — Blair Weekly Progress
A Valuable Book Fraa
To the readers of this paper Dr. C6h.
L. Burke, the eminent Catarrh Special-
ist. of 906 Waldheim Bldg., Kansas
City, Mo., will send his book ‘‘Uatarrk
and its Dangers.” The doctor will be
pleased to tell you about bis cere, and
what he can do for you if you write
him a brial history of your nan
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Entered as second-class mail matter June 27,
1907 at the post office at Blair, Oklahoma, under
the (u t of Congress Man h S, 1H79.
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DENNIS BE A VER.
ANNA MAE BE A VER.
Editor a nd Manager
ORIENT TIME TABLE
Passenger...................8:46 A. M.
Passenger...................6:53 P. M.
I. Kammenzind and wife have
returned from Supply, after
L?w days visit with relatives.
DR. UIRDIN OUR CITY.
Dr. Laird and family are now
in our little city. They have their
private car, and have had a spur
built off from the main side track
of the Orient Railroad on which
their beautiful home on wheel is
The Dr. is well known here,
having been here many times in
the last ten years. While we were
not personally acquainted with
Dr. Laird before this trip but
have heard of him and his good
works for many years, and we
welcome him and his family to
our city. We would indeed be
proud to have this good family
make their future home in Blair.
We have had the pleasure of
visiting this good family in their
car, they have one of the nicest
and most convenient little homes
that we have seen in much larg-
er towns than Blair. Their car is
divided into the different rooms
just like a nice little cottage
would be. First we see their par-
lor or sitting room, next the bed
rooms, kitchen, dining room, clo-
sets and the private consultation
room to the doctor, etc. Every-
thing was in first class condition
and just as neat as could be.
We wish to thank the Dr. and
Mrs. Laird and little daughter
Mignon for the courtesies they
showed us in our visit to their
Jim Clarkson came in Monday
from Merkell, Texas, where he
has been for the past week, visit-
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Beaver, Dennis. The Blair Progress (Blair, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 19, 1914, newspaper, August 19, 1914; Blair, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951244/m1/2/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.