The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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THE WEEK’S REVIEW, APACHE, OKLA.
A PINE WHOOPING
a second hand wagon? We have a
good one that you may get a
chance to buy if you come quick
"Mothers Dr. Hells Pine Tar-IIoney
is just the remedy for your children's
j cold ailments. The fact is that pine
is a <|iiick enemy of cold conditions.
Its qualities loosen the mucous in the
throat, soothe the limps and open up
the air passages. The combination of
honey, soothing and pleasant, with
the loosening pine quality makes this
an ideal cough remedy for children.
Each passing year brings for it, new
friends. A family of growing chil-
dren cannot afiord to he without it.
*J,r>e a bottle.
Don’t forget our hog wire is
here. Any height, style or size.
son's unmarried daughter Edith, and
Cameron's three other children, who
The body of Mrs. Cameron wus
:’ound shortly la-fore midnight in an
outhouse. Beside her lay Cameron
limself with a bullet in the head and
probably fatally wounded.
REV. ROCK AT HINTON
We still have some good heat-
ing stoves and stove supplies.
Anything in shelf hardware.
P. S.-Crocks, Jars, Churns, Jugs
and Flower Pots.
Rev. Clinton A. Rock, who was
stationed at Apache last conference
year, and assigned ns the new pas-
tor in charge of the Bethel M. E
church, arrived with his family last
Saturday and preached his first ser-
Rev. Rock is a very capable, en
thusinstic and sincere minister, am
our good neighbors are to lie congrat-
ulated in having him enlisted in their
GRIEF CRAZED MAN
C. W. Amspacher
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP
It may be a surpisc to you to learn
that in many enses croup can be pre-
vented. Mrs. II. <M. John, Hilda, Ohio
relates her experience as follows:
“My little hoy is subject to croup.
During the past winter 1 kept a bot-
tle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
in the house and when lie began hav-
ing that eroupy cough 1 would give
him one or two doses of it and it
would break the attack. 1 like it
better for children than an yotlier
cough remedy because children take
it willingly, and it is safe and 're-
liable.” Sold hv all dealers.
Boise, Idaho, Oct. 29.—Wiliam
Cameron, mail carrier between Pi-
cabo and Carey, Idaho, shot and kill
ed his wife’s parents, Mr. nnd Mis
John Adamson, his brother-in-law,
James Adamson; his little daughter
aged 18 months nnd his wife, am
finished his work by shooting himself
in the head at Carev Friday night.
Cameron was still alive at last rt‘*
ports but there were no prospects
for his recovey. All of his victims
were shot in the head and with the
exception of James Adamson, all diet
Cameron, wo?, wife was suing him
for divorce cume to thte Adamson
home in search of her. He enteret
the kitchen door with a revolver in
his hand. Adamson, Sr., who hnd the
baby girl in is arms, started to disarm
him si ml was shot in the head and in-
stantly killed. Cameron then pur-
sued the others and shot them all
TOURISTS THROUGH GEARY
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Duncan, of Las
Angeles, Cal., were in Geary last
(Monday morning on their way home
from what will he a 12,0I)(T mile
jaunt when finished on foot through
36 states. They are long distance
walkers nnd left San Francisco about
16-months ago to walk to New York
City over a northern route nnd re-
turn by the way of the southern
states. They started out to make the
trip in two years hnd have until
March 1, 1916, to n.nke good.
They state they average about 2$
miles a duy. They secure the can-
celling stamp of each post office they
visit in a book they carry ns proof
that they have really been in that city.
They nppear to be enjoying their trip
immensely. Both are in excellent spir-
its. They travel very light, carrying
nothing but the barest necessities,
and make expenses as they go by
selling post cards.
No More Nasty, Disagreeable Effects
Liverlnx is now rapidly taking the
place of calomel everywhere. It is
just as effective, cleaning the system
thoroughly of bile, toning up the liver,
and making that sluggish feeling dis-
appear like magic. Yet it is pleasant
to take and has none of the disagree-
able after erects that make us dread
eahmiel so much.
Feel fine all the time. Take Liv-
vcr.lax regularly and health becomes
Guarantee Every genuine bottle
bears the likeness of L. K. Grigsby,
and if it does not give satisfaction
voud money will be returned. For sale
in the big 50o and $1 bottles at Ani-
down with the exception of Adam- phlett Bros.
$10*2 $12*2 $1522
The new designs we are showing in Men’s Clothes
for this season by far outdo all our previous efforts.
The makers of ‘‘Shield Brand” Clothe# have
in and #ee them.
C. .L. BALLEW
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of the County
Court of the County of Caddo and
State of Oklahma, made on the 25th
day of October, 1915, in the matter
of the estate of John T. Fletcher, de-
ceased, the undersigned ns the ad-
ministrator of the estate of said de-
ceased will sell at private sale to the
highest bidder subject to the confir-
mation by said County Court, on
'Monday, the 15th day of November,
1915 at one o’clock p. m. at the law
office of J. F. Ward in the town of
Apache, in said County of Caddo, all
the right, title interest and estate of
the said John T. Fletcher at the time
of his death and all the right, title
and interest that the said estate has,
by operation of law or otherwise,
acquired in and to all those certain
lots, pieces or parcels of land, situ-
ate, lying and being in the County
of Caddo, State of Oklahoma, boun-
ded nnd described as follows and up
on the following terms and condi-
Lots numbered One (1) Two (2)
Three (3) Four (4) Twenty-one
(21) Twenty-two (22) Twenty-three
(23) and Twenty-four (24) all in
Block numbered Thirty-four (34), in
the North East Division of the Town
of Apache, on the following terms,
One-third (1-3) cash, one-tl)ird
(1.3) in one (1) year and One-
third (1-3) in two (2) years from
date of sale, with interest at the
rate of six per cent per annum on
Bids must be in writing and left
at the office of J. F. Ward, in the
town of Apache, or delivered to the
administrator personally at Lawton,
Dated the 26th day of October,
' G. H. BLOCK,
RHEUMATISM AND ALLIED PAIN
-THEY MUST GO!!
Having decided to quit farming. I, the undersigned will sell at Public Auction, to the highest bidder at
my place 4 miles South hast ot Apache, on
Monday, Nov. 8th, 1915
Sale to commence at 1 j>. m. on the following described property-
8—HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES—8
I black horse nude colt, 2 years old, broke
1 mare eolt 2 years old, unbroke
2 mare colt yearlings
1 yearling horse colt
2 smooth month horses, weight about 1,000 lbs.
1 mare mule, 2 years old
John Deere Riding Lister
John Deere 1-row Go-Devil
John Deere Shift Seat Cultivator
Gran detour Sulky Flow, high lilt
2 sets Double Work harness
Superior 5-diss wheat drill
Osborn 1 )i sc. 14-10
All of the above named articles are prac-
Deering Binder, 7 foot
Truck wagon and box
1 bay rack
1 De Laval Cream Separator
1 Incubator, 200 egg capacity
Tin* congestion of the Idood in its
flow causes pain. Sloan’s Liniment
penetrates to the congestion and start
the blood to flow freely. The body’s
warmth is renewed; the pain is gone.
The “man or wc man who has rheu-
matism, neurnlgi i r other pain and
fails to keep Sloen Liniment in their
home is like a dim. ling man refusing
a rope.” Why sulb r. Get a bottle of
Sloan's. 25 and 50c. $1 bottle holds
six times as much as 25o size.
"I want what I ask for—
I know what it would
maan to po home without
ir. Mother v.oa’t take
chance:; — she’s sjrc of
Calumet — sure of liyht,
wholesome, laaty bak-
ings — cf positive, uni-
forrti result#—cf purity
arid economy. You try
— lay aside your fv
favorite brand once
1 and you’)] never go
back to it. Calu-
met is the world’s
best Pal-.ing Pow-
ate in pi ice.”
Ntto Ct-J H
in found U*.
Sunday School,------------19 a. in
A. N Holler, Sutp
Preaching,--------------^ a m-
Christian Endeavor,-------* P- m
Prenching,--------------- ^ P- m
You are cordially invited to at-
tend any and all of these services.
S. L. HOGAN, Pastor
SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS
1 Steel Davenport
1 steel cot
Other articles too numerous to mention.
TERMS \H sums of $10 and under cash, over that amount a credit until Oct. 1, 1 !)1 (>a\ ill he gi\cn
on bankable note with 10 per cent interest from date. / Three pet cent discount will be given on cash
sums over $10. No property is to he moved until settled for.
SIMON S. LAUGHLIN, Owner
MOURNER SHOT DEAD
Stewartvillc, Mina. Nov. 2—As lie
sat with other mourners about the
body of his mother who had been dead
but n few hours, Robert Brewster, 30
years old, was shot and instantly kill
ed by Dennis Smith, 23 a hired man
at the Brewster farm home nenr here
late Monday night. The shooting oc-
eurcd in the presence of n girl em-
ployed in the Brew-tcr household ov-
er whom the men are suid to have
Cheap nnd big cuntaklngPowiiersclo not
save you money. Calumet does-it’s Pu re
and far superior to sour milk and soda!
MANGLED BY TRAIN
Chicknshn, Nov. 1—J. W. Oruvett,
a boilermaker residing here, w as run
over and killed by a train nt Fort
Worth, Tex., Sunday morning. It is
supposed he was riding ft frt ight train
and fell under the wheels.
We have decided to give a beauti- # ^
ful doll to some little girl for a v
Christinas present, and for the boy
we have a No. 1 Mysto Ereetor Toy,
set with Electric motor.
Contest Now Open
A ticket good for 5 votes with eaeh
5e purchase, 1,000 free votes to each
child registered as a contestant.
Get your friends to make their pur-
chase here nnd save the ticket for
you. The prizes will he amrded on
Christmas day and in ease of a tie,
eaeh tied contestant will be giveu a
prize of equal value.
ROYER’S CASH STORE
“The Bargain Store
HANGE AT THE CONFEDERATE
HER RIFF, Auctioneer.
JAS. M. BOIiART, Clerk
LET BRIDGE CONTRACTS
Cherokee, Nov. 1 —'Contracts for
the construction of nine bridges in Al-
falfa county, at a total coat of $17,-
(104 has been let to the Kansas City J. C. Ijams and his diughtr of
Bridge company. rttu.
Ardmore, Okln., Nov. l.--3dr. and
Mrs. John W. Harris of Oklahoma
City, took charge of the state con-
federate home Monday us superin-
tendent and matron. They succeed
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Lawter, J. W. The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915, newspaper, November 4, 1915; Apache, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951283/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.