The Oriental Progress. (Blair, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 22, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 4, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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(man.” Call him "father.” For
years he has been hustling arou-
nd lo get thing together, he has
I known, your governor elect will
' be mine and mine yours, and so
with all the---officers elect
cent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
DENNIS BEAVER, Editor.
OEIENT TIME TABLE
Passenger......... .........8:46 A. M
Passenger...................6:63 P. M.
HOW THE WAR WILL ADD TO
It was one of the favorite say
ings of the late J.P. Morgan that
the man who became bearish on
the future of this country would
go broke. That maxim was never
so rich in wise counsel as it is at
The one certain outcome of the
European war is that the United
States will be made prosperous
beyond what it would have been
rational to even hope for six
months ago. The causes which
make this destiny are many, and
so palpable that they must en-
force themselves on the recogni-
tion of even the pessimistic.
For some considerable time,
proportional somewhat to the
duration of the war, Europe
must buy of us in larger quantit-
ies than ever before. The incre-
ase in the exportation of cotton
will probably be greater than
that of anything else we
have to sell.
Greater still, and for all that
we have to sell, will be the in-
crease in our exportions to all
neutral foreign markets. Various
events of world-wide play are in
conspiracy to give a tremendous
impetus to the foreign commerce
of the United States.
The opening of the Panama
Canal alone would have given a
And For Three S—eri Mrs. Via-1 believe l would have died tt I htda**
Alter I began talcing Cardul, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re-
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
j stronger In three months, 1 felt like an-
other person altogether.”
, Cardul is purely vegetable and gentle-
I ac!inB- to ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardul makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner-
vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow checks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you. what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
been held to tho thorny path of Best Covad Medicine lar Uilldren.
uphill industry, and the bright- . .
p h?<uf hi“»■» »f«4n a&Kss Eft
him forever. He loves you, tho. hunt cold and coughed dreadfully. Up-
Pleasant llill, N. C.-“l sutlcrcd lor
three summers,” writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, “and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains In my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, 1 ^
would have to give up and lie down,
until it wore off.
». 1 was certainly jn a dreadful state of
hMlth, when I finally decided lo try! S'.'iS It
Cardui. ll;c woman', Ionic, and 1 ilnnly | SSSffiZS*'."*S3
03-*>$<><♦ COME TO THE
M BLAIR BARBER SHOP gg
Get your work done where one manVmoney is as good as anothers.
We try to please everyone.
Agents for the Lawton Steam Laundry, which is one of the best
in the state. We appreciate your Business.
he goes along without waving
much about it, therefore be not
Instead of pessimism. this
country will have to hump to
supply the world what it needs
if the war Keeps up. It has had
the bread contract on hand • for
years, and now comes the con-,
tracts of many lines of industry}
that Europe will never got back.!
The only real hurt is. that they 1
arc concluding that they can wait
on the cotton fora while, but
they’ve also got to have that or
on thv Mtlvieu of n druggist I pun-honed
n bottlonf ('hamlvrlniu'a ('outfit Kvtti*
ody und it bcnellU'd him ut once. I
fit.d it tho brut r«u;*li im-dic-int- for
| children bu<MU«o1t i* ple&iant to take.
They d » not object to tnlirig it,” writ-
fa Mr*. I. ifnyutte Tuck, Homer Vity,
I’a. This rcmutly contain* no opium or
other narcotic, und may be given to a
child aa confidently aa to an adult.
Bold by all dealera
By Saay SWt
OR. LAIRD STILL IN BLA1H
Dr. Laird informs us that he
las a good business and will be
here for some time yet. He has
done lots of good in the short
ime he has l»een here and when j
lie leaves it will be with regret
to bis many friends.
W. M. ALBERT ANn SON
Up to Tuesday night the follow-
ing number of bales had been
ginned at Blair:
Tinsley and Moore........1,359
H. T. Kimbell..........1,235
n mi ^ y°u are looking for something
shall | Cheap come around. It may be that
have it. No trouble to Price Goods.
Yours for business
Soy ill Glair Items
D. F, Lollar
than we have
peiceptible and lasting impetus, j These are several of many ways
The opening of this highway in which shall increase our Nat-
gives us the advantage of dis
tance in cases where we have
heretofore suffered the disadvan-
tage. It puts us nearer to mark-
ets'from which until now we
have been fartherest. Differen-.-- 0_____„____„„„„ lc;
ces in freight rates heretofore in ing from the increase of our
favor of our competitors will I come.
ional income. There are several - _
ways in which we shall decrease | cumstances.
our outgo, and if a dime saved is
a dollar made, the profit result-
ing in these ways ought not to
be greatly less than that result-
in larger degree, pay in cash.
These are some of the fruits of
the harvest which the European
war is cultivating for the United
States. The time time of their
ripening is contingent dn cir-
The season of har-
vest can not be foretold with
certianty. But that these fruits
will ripen, soon or late is a cer
tain as it is that the laws of Na
ture prevail. To delay their
now favor us.
Our new banking and currency
act must also operate as a tonic
molTt invigorating power. It per-
mits American banks co establish
branches in foreign countries.
Several of them are even now
making arrangements to do so.
The currents of credit and ex-
change will now directly to and
fro between us and our South
American and Asiatic customers,
instead of in the circuitous way
of London. This will bring about
In last week’s Progress the
editor said: "If cotton still goes
down and grub still goes up, we
will all go up because will all go
down.’’ Just so but whats the
difference. "For when our living
is low and cotton is high, we all
live low because we all live high.
When a church fails to attend
their regular conference meet-
ings to the extent that they do
not have a quorum to transact
business, we call that spiritua
paralysis. They should at once
call the Great Physician, Christ.
We read with great delight
and interest the letter in last
week’s Progress from our old
friend, S.A. Stonehocker of Pay-
ette, Idaho. We are always glad
to learn of the health of that
good family, also the outlining of
American tourist of Europe
have every been counted in units
of a thousand. Next year we
3hall count them in units of a ----------
hundred, or less. Letter of credit jthe hai*vest.
that have called every year for j * ^ the J- P. Morgan were
many millions will next year call a!ive he would amend his maxim
for fewer thousands. This huge by makl’ng it read that the man
iuic jyicvan. j.o ueiay tneir rip-|" ----------------w
ening can only have the effect of the Proc*uct tbat county etc.
______ , , Success to von 'hrother Stono.
making them more luscious, and
to harbor a pessimistic doubt
that they will ripen is only to in-
capacitate oneself for sharing in
Success to you ' brother Stone
There was but few out at the
Masonic Lodge Saturday night,
but some interesting talks were
made and a good social time was
Masonry is a good cause and
sum will next year' be spent with
our own railroads and our own
merchants rather than with those
Even a larger saving will be
found in the reduction in our
who becomes bearish on the fu-
ture of this country will not only
go broke, but will richly deserve
his fate.—Dallas News.
why not keep our Masonic lamps ----------»nu wue
burning, by living the principles Snyder visited at W. P. Biddy
• _____ j ____^ Snnrlcm
Tho wedding bells are ringing
this eve (Sunday) Henry Hinton
and Miss Rosa Roach were mar-
| ried at the residence of tho brides
I parents Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Roach
Rev. F. S. H. Clark officiating
we trust these young people will
have smooth sailing on tho mat-
Mrs. Sallie Womack is visiting
her daughter Mr*. A. M. W’hor-
tan at Blair-
Walte Cooper is preparing for
| war he has a new boy at his house.
Dr. Martin made a business
trip to Roger Mills Co., the front
end of the week.
Dr. Murphy is here anothergin
seeking whom he may devour.
Mr. Mrs. Henry Hinton will be
at home to their friends at the
house recently vacated by Roy
Hunter, Monday Nov. 2nd. at 12
864 bales of cotton turned at
the Warren gin to date.
The old Bachelors are collect-
ing at Warren and housekeeping
Mack Casteel andAV, H. Port-
wood went to the first Monday
After a good dose of Jack frost
we had a fine week only a light
shower our wheat farmers are
not feeling so good.
Our financial clerk has fixed
the cotton fund at 135 millions
and the plan will work so that
the small farmer will not take
hold of it because the price fixed
is 6c and the spot market will
keep enough above that figure so
the average farmer will say, a
bird in hand is worth two in the
bush and the cotton will practic-
ally all be sold, and that is just
what the manipulators knew
when they put forth this plan.
Our entire financial is arranged
to make the rich richer and the
Door poorer, oh, shame where is
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Chivers of
Frederick, parents of Mrs. L. R.
Hunter are here on a visit.
Roy Hunter and family of
Hobart and Amos Biddy and wife
facilities the lack of' which has
been one of the greatest impedi-
ments in the way of our export-
ers, accordimg to the testimony
Of immediately more percept-
ible effect, but perhaps more
transitory as a cause, will be the
deliberated state of European in-
dustry as a result of the war. Dis-
organized and under the handi-
eap of greatly increased tax bur-,
dens as the penalty of their folly
the productive efficiency of Eu-
rope will be lowered, and we
shall encounter a much weaker
Europe is constrained by its fin-
ancial distress to sell us our se-
curities at much less than we got
for them. We are buying back
our debts at a discount, at a bar-
gain, which marks our good for-
tune and Europe’s ill-fortune.
That-means that next year, and
for some years thereafter, we
shall pay Europe much less in
way of dividends and interest
than we have been in the habit
The Old Man
Boys, when you speak of your
father don’t call him the "old
man." Of course you are older
now than when you were taught
to call him "father." You are
much smarter than you were
then, you are much more manly
looking, your clothes fit you bet-
ter, your hat has a modern shape
and your hair is combed differ-
ently, in short, you are "flyer"
than you were then. Your father
Bud Hinton made a business
trip to Roger Mills Co., last week.
- . — ----** ncic men. iounatner
of paying. Where heretofore Eu-1 has a last year’s coat, a two-year
rope has paid for our cotton and ! old hat and a vest of still older
wheat and manufactures in in- pattern. He can’t write such an
terest coupons, it must hereafter i elegant note as you can and all
in our daily walks.
Harold Lance is getting along
nicely, and with proper care he
care he will soon be up.
W. M. Wicker was able to go
to the table for meal yesterday
J. W. Back and family run
down Sunday and took dinner
with her sister, Mrs. H.A. Rose.
C. Isham, who has been here
on business and visiting his
children and friends the past
two weeks started to his home
near Texico, N. M. Sunday.
The old boat will launch out in
the waters of Salt River today
with a load of defeated candid-
Today your candidate for Gov- Next week we will have an ar-
ernor may not be mine, nor mine tide written by W. S Allin giv
yours, but tomorrow or as soon ing some of his experiences in"
as the results of the election are ‘ the Civil War.
COAL IS CASH
We must have money to buy
coal and owing to the hard times
we cannot wait on our customers
until the first of the month as
we have been in the habit of do-
ing. We want your coal trade,
but we want you to prepared to
pay your account any time we
present it to you whether it is
the first of the month or not
-WICKER & HOWSER.
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Beaver, Dennis. The Oriental Progress. (Blair, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 22, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 4, 1914, newspaper, November 4, 1914; Blair, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956569/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.