The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1916 Page: 4 of 10
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THE WEEK’S REVIEW
The Heatig Stove
Season Is Here.
And we have on our floor all kinds.
Air-tights, Hot Blasts, Wick Oils,
and Vapor Oil Heating Stoves.
See us before buying Stoves or
anything else in our line. Just re-
ceived a nice shipment of of Alum-
nium ware, such as Dish Pans, Roas-
ters, Percolators, Stew Kettles,
Double Boilers, Crumb Trays and
R. W. FRICK
COMING TO LAWTON
Seeley, Who Has Supplied
U. S. Army and Navy,
, Called to Lawton.
F. H. Seeley, of Chicago and
Philadelphia, the noted truss ex-
pert, will bo at the Midland Hot-
el and will remain in I^awton
Friday only, Oct. 27. Seeley says:
“The Spermatic Sheildas supplied
to the U. S. Government this
not only retain any ease* of rupt-
ure perfectly but contracts the
opening in 10 days on the aver-
age case. This instrument receiv-
ed the only award in England
and in Spain, producing results
without surgery, injections, med-
ical treatments or prescriptions.
Mr. Seeley has documents from
the United States Government
Washington, D. (’. for inspect-
ion. All charity eases without
charge, or if any interested call
he will be glad to show same
without charge or tit them if de-
sired. Business demands prevent
stopping at any other place in
this section. Adv. 8-lt
CONSTIPATION DULLS YOUR
Tluit dull IlstlcHH, oppressed ic,'luiK
Ik due In impuritlos\in your system,
hIukkIkIi liver, cloKBi'd intestines. Dr.
King's New l.ife l(Mlls give prompt re-
lief A mild, cub), non griping bowel
movement will tone up your system
mid help to eloar your muddy, pimply
compleuoii. (jel h bottle of Dr. King's
New I.ile Tills today ut your Druggist,
-oc. A dose to night will make you
cheerful at hre^fast.
The good rains have started the
farmers to drilling wheat again
Having lived in Oklahoma for
several years we notice it always
rams at the eml of a dry spell.
Then isn’t Oklahoma a pretty
Mrs. W. H. Dougherty arrived
home from California last week.
She enjoyed her visit there with
relatives and saw many interest-
placesy leaving Miss Nellie to
the winter there.
Mr. and Mrs. Pegg, of Guthrie
are visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Dickey were An
adarko visitors Monday.
Mrs. Oscar Lundborg is in the
hospital at (hickasha where she
had an operation last week. She
was getting along nicely at last
Mrs. Hoisington has been on
sick list but is much better at
HEAD-OFF THAT ALL-WINTER
At the first sign of sofo throat, tight
( host or stuffed up head take a dose
of Dr. Hell s Pine-Tar Honey. The
healing pine-tar, soothing honey and
glycerine quickly relieve the conges
tlon, loosen the phlegm and break up
your cold. Dr. Hell's IMne-Tar-Honey
has all the benefits of the healing aro
ma from a pine forest, it is pleasaut to
lake and antiseptic. The formula oil
the bottle tel la why it relieves colds
and coughs. At your Druggist, 25c.
When renewing your subscrip-
tion don't forget to remind us of
the nig magazine offer.
Week’s Review $1.00 a year.
Oldest Ihano House in the Kfe/
Pwinos »yOO <° f 4S0 Plover Pianos •375* *600
Our direct Factory-to-Home selling plan saves you
the agent s and the dealers profits, not less than
$100 and upwards.
Our 25-year guarantee, hacked by our entire re-
sources of over $1,000,000 protects you after you
Our terftis are as low as $5.00 per month, or quar-
terly, semi-annually or annually if you desire.
W hen you pay more for a piano than we ask, you
pay for something we give you free.
Write for our free illustrated catalog and special of-
fer to first buyers in your locality. It means
Dollars to'y6u. J
. . • v •* • v*:' ' - •
Sltimoller k.Mut.uaR Piano Co.
Dept. A 501 Omaha, Nek** - , *.
pound i .by girl born Wednesday
Mr. Butch King spent Sunday
G. W. Goff left for Dallas, Tex.
to attend the fair.
Hrabe will oil your harness lor
$1.00 a set. f adv 8-2t
Prof. Black, of Boone township
was a Chickasha visitor Saturday
Miss Rosemond and Mrs. Park-
er were Lawton visitors Saturday
Mr. Abe Lowenstein was an
Anadarko visitor Sunday.
Miss Cynthia Moore returned
home from Fort Cobb Saturday.
Miss Nell Green spent the week
end with home folks at Hinton.
Mr. D. C. Griffith went to Ok-
lahoma City Thursday on busi-
Mrs. Andrews'! of near Cyril,
was a caller at our office Satur-
Buy your winter hat at
one-half price at
Adv. 8-0t Beucler Sisters.
Abe Levite was up from Law-
ton to spend Sunday with home
Mr. Wright Hogan is here from
Oklahoma City to visit relatives
Be nrefill you don’t overlook
our 1 ; dub of four magazines
which we are .'-ending our sub-
scribers this year.
F. ]•. Royer, editor of the Com-
andi ('< unity Times at Lawton,
made : short \isit in our city
Mf >.ina Braden, of El Reno,
arrived hero Saturday and went
out te the Cecil Mutton home,
south of town. Miss Braden is a
sister to Mrs. Mattoon.
Amohalka Girls met with Mrs.
Ed. Thompson, Thursday, Oct
11. Afternoon was spent in need-
le work after which a dainty
refreshments were served. Those
present wore Mesdames Graus-
land, Scott, Stone W.H.Amspach
er, Searles, Thompson and Wolf,
Are . ou Looking Old?
01(1 .,! • -ii. c.s qua k enough without
liaitie.L; u. . mm! look lor it ut forty.
That a. Uwm&o they neglect the liver
and bu-Aois. Keep your bowels regu-
lar . e > nr livei healthy and you will
not onl e 1 younger but look young-
i : When troubled with constipation
or I'..ion ,ne take Chamberlain's
I i in ar. intended especially
it/ ill. a.line., s and are excellent.
Ea.-\v to UUce and most agreeable in
ell net. Ob.atuabfe everywhere.
Silver C lrclc met wikh Mrs. Ev-
eretts Thursday. Afternoon was
spent in fancy work, after which
dainty refreshments were served.
ilto.se present were Mesdames
Butts, Weaver, Doyle, Nelson,
.Smith, Franklin, Frost, Head,
Xeisc. Gudka, FrMatoonand
B. Aiattoon. Guest oi the club
was Mrs. Lari Head.
See Hrabe for Harness, Collars,
Winter Robes, Horse Blankets
and repairs adv 8-2t
C. W. Amspacherand A. J. Mc-
Mahan returned home from Guth-
Miss Pansy Johnson is work-
ing in Goff’s store during Mr.
Take advantage of the
Millinery Sale at
Adv. 8-0t Beucler Sisters.
Miss Brooks spcn,t Saturday
and Sunday with friends and re-
latives at Anadarko.
This is the time of the year to
have your Harness repaired and
oiled, at Hrabe’s. adv 8-2:
Mr. E. P. Baker and little
daughter Esther, started for Ind-
iana Monday fora short visit.
ll you Will subscribe to The
Review or renew your subscrip-
tion ill once we will include four
standard magazines, all one year,
tor only cents extra. WRITE
ConBtipcition the Father of Many Ills.
Of the numerous ills that affect hii-
nnuiiiy a large share start with con-
si ij., .. p your bowels regular
ami tlx m i> l.e avoided. When a
lax.iin. m u ,l i, take Chamberlain's
T.:lilei; l'iicj not only move the bow-
Ini improve* the appetite and
■ n il; ; i.eii the digestion. Obtainable
United Slates Democratic Seno
utor T. P. Gore, w ill make a speak-
ing tour of Oklahoma on the fol-
low ing dates:
October 20th at Oklahoma
City and 21st at l«iwton. A
gnodly number ol Apache people
will run down to Lawton to hear
the Senator on the 21st.
Mr. Weiser took Mrs. Tom
Cunningham to the hospital at
El Reno where she w as operated
on for appendicitis.
Until October 28th, every-
thing in the line of Millinery
kfill go at one half price at
Adv. 8-0t Beucler Sisters
Mr. Frank Myers and Mrs. Mo-
ot Searles motored to Lawton
Friday to see the Apacho-Ft. Sill
Foot Ball game.
Misses Fern Rundc, Pan y and
‘'em Johnston went to Lawton
Yiday to see the Apache Ft. Sill
Remember the Barnum & Bail-
ey Circus will exhibit at Lawton
on Wednesday, Nov. 1, and at
('hickasha on Friday, Nov. 3, so
he sure and take the kiddies out
and let them see the Elephants.
The best Dentistry in the county to be had here
at the lowest possible cost that good dental work
can be put up for. Try it once and be convinced.
Teeth extracted without pain.
Apache every Tuesday and Wed-
B. L NEVILLE
Sanitary Painleee Dentist
A special meeting concerning
the parochial school will be held
on Sunday Oct. 22th after High
Mass. For this reason there will
be only one mass at 10 o’clock on
that day. All members of the
congregation are requested to be
F. H. Vanderaa. Pastor.
OKLAHOMA PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD
TO HOLD ANNUAL MEETIN6 HERE
SLOAN’S LINIMENT FOR NEU-
RALGIA ACHES. ,
The du^l throb of neuralgia is quick-
ly relieved by Sloan’s Liniment, the
universal remedy for pain. Easy to
apply; it quickly penetrates without
rubhiug and soothes the aore muscles.
Cleaner and more promptly effective
than mussy plasters or ointment; does
not stain the skin or clog the pores.
For stiff muscles, chronic rheumatism,
gout, lumbago, sprains and strains it
gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment
reduces the pain and inflammation in
insect bites, bruises, bumps and other
minor injuries to children. Get a bot
tie to-day at your Druggist, 25c.
Hon Marvin Jones, Congress-
man-elect of Texas, made a fine
speech at the Opera House Mon-
day night. Mr. Jones is an able
orator and kept, the attention of
the house for over an hour, and
told them of all the good things
the Democractic Adminstration
had done for the classes of peo-
ple which he represented. On
several occasions he had the boy s
laughing and cheering by his wit
and good stories and especially
when he recited a little verse of
poetry in reference to the Taft
The Presbyterian Synod of Ok-
lahoma will meet in Apache qn
October 24 to 27 inclusive. This
is a gathering in which there will
be about fifty or sixty ministers
from different parts of Oklahoma
and Apache should do all that is
possible to entertain the gentle-
men, that they on returning to
their respective ■ homes may have
a good word for Apache and her
citizenship. This Synod will hold
its meeting in the Presbyterian
church, and that church should
be filled to its capacity at every
are only a few of the many
attractive features of Rock
You can get four standard mag-
azines one year for 25 cents extra
by renewing your subscription to
S. \\. Barkley, ot El Reno was
a visitor in our city this week,
and made us a pleasant ivisit.
WV were acquainted with him
while we lived in El Reno. Mr.
Barkley was an old resident of
Apache and still owns property
Hu Hi Cunningham, of Sioux
City, Iowa, came in Tuesday to
spend c few days visiting his par
cuts. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cun-
ningham who live southeast of
town.*"Hugh has made his home
I at Sioux l it v the past four years.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. S. Am.,
pacher and daughter Millie, of
Concordia, Kan., are visiting at
he home of C. W. Amspacher.
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Dudley
went to El Reno Thursday when
Mrs. Dudley will go to the hospi-
tal for treatments.
Mr. and* Mrs,’ Ed. McMdhan
are the proud parent* of an eight
M. !. Gamble, who has been a
ivsidoiti cm Apache for stveral
>(.i ., moved last week to Lokeba
w lic i t holia- been appointed ru-
, i .l I Her ( arrier. The many
I fheiiii. oi the Gamble family re-
I kid that they must leave us but
I mi." It i Lokeba's gain. The
Review will in a \ioitoi at their
IfceUie eat ll Week.
We tic all kinds ol high class
The Week’s Review Job Print*
ing department is now in first-
class order, and is prepared to do
all kinds of high class printing,
at reasonable prices.
Direct Lines te
•ad beyond. Superior service
For reservations or information,pleue
cal! on or write local Ticket Agent,
Rock Ieland Lines, or address
rAY THOMPSON, Divines Paaa. Agaftt
OUakaaa City, Okie.
CITY DRAY LINE
M. H. CROY, Proprietor
All Kind* of Draying end Hauling el Reason-
able Prices. Contractors for Team Work.
Sam Slug Laundry
Work neatly done by hand at home. Bring me
your collars, cuffs, shirts and anything the ateam
laundry handles is washed here. Price* right.
Family Washings* A Specially
McAlester and New Mexico
We have a.big stock of both at
prices that are in line. Call us be-
fore buying. Phone 19.
Houston & Wash
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