The Choctaw Herald. (Hugo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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Purity in food, lower cost of livings—
these are the demands of the day.
, Pure food is health, and health is economy
itself. We cannot have health without health-
The most healthful foods are the quickly-
raised flour foods — biscuit, cake, muffins,
crusts and other pastry, when perfectly made
from wholesome ingredients.
Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these
foods xn specially attractive, appetizing and
wholesome form, and for both economic and
hygienic reasons, such food should be more
largely substituted for meat in the daily diet*
But bear in mind that alum, or
unwholesome baking powder,
can never make pure, whole-
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dStlOeow Battle Creek. Mich
Probably there is nothing that
makes a girl so anxious to see her
mother as to go away from home and
be told she looks like her.—Ex.
If you want it or want to sell it you will find it right here
I For bargains in farm lands and
quick service in farm loans it will pay
you to see J. F. Larecy. n7tf
Typewriter Papers—any kind you
' want, at The Herald office, Phone 21
OUR NEW REPARTMENT—
Our complete line of jewelry,
watches, clocks, etc., will be sold at
greatly reduced prices for a limited
KELLER DRUG CO.,
! 3-13-t4 Hugo, Oklahoma.
READ THIS—Single and Rose
Comb Rhode Island Reds and Rose
Comb Rhode Island Whites. Eggi
from first pen, $2.00. Eggs from
second pen, ($1.60. My pens art
headed by ptoze winning males and
extra good females. J. M. MARR,
Honey Grove, Tex. 3-6-t7
Leon Shapu was a visitor
Yoakum, Texas, this week.
THE CHOCTAW HERALD
Subscription Price, $1.00 a year in advance.
JESSE G. CLRD, Editor and Owner.
THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1913.
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS.
! New members who will be elected to the coun-
cil are good business men—W. Y. Webb and R. V.
Womack, we believe are the only two new mem-
i bers—of sound judgment, and have made a suc-
l cess of their private affairs! they are capable of
making a success of the affairs of the city, and
i will do it if you want it done. The new mayor, J.
i VV. Milam, is strongly in favor of putting the wat-
j er system on a revenue producing basis; with the
L. a<5t wppl- , Tr . , J assistance of the council he can do it, and the
a set nf men InH ti °V>Ug° n°n\inated! council will aid him if the people will tell
month to attPnH tV J • be elected next j them to do it. But if they believe the taxpayers
next twn ii clty affairs for the are satisfied to let the old 6-cent water rate
for some Wand ret^„c™meS.eX«S^ifhadtdUrinBthelrtem,0f<>mCe ™y d°
in the oast ha* hS/ and the seriic*'rendered j We have the best water in this section of the
The voters realized this 6 th,erewith' southwest and every Hugo man is proud of it,
see in thTcUv familv ' ^ faCGS WC« *nd ^ °Vr nei*hbor should
j iBiuiiy. kg suppiietj, if not a profit, at least at cost.
Hugo is very fortunate, in fact the most fortun- p
ate city in Eastern Oklahoma, in having an abun-l UpDr , ,.
dant water supply; Hugo also has a modern wat \V7HE^E Ldoes the money come from which
er system. This sVstem has been in op™aUon' W KpaiJ ft® depositors of the Oklahoma State
about three years, and we are told that the recent I 1 bank ^ ™ney 7
audit of the city books shows that Hugo has lost' rJu0 Pays the bill.
$500.00 every month since the system beiran od- I PklaJ10r?a ha.s a state banking law which guar-
erations. If this is a fact, and we presume' it is ' ?ntees to depositors of state banks that they shall
there must be a leak somewhere—either the rate* i '?.fe nothing of_,their deposits should the bank fail,
are too low, there are too manv using water who f redeeming feature of the law—and
are not paying what the city should have for the 1 I °ne' -ki i
service, or the system is costing too much in od- i y?U P°8,sibly lose something and have the
erating expenses. In any case, there is or should n?8 m WIth?ut someone else losing a
be, a remedy. ' F sn°Ulf ! ',ke amount ? It took $11,000 to make good the
The citv nf riarWiiio -i. dep9sits of the Oklahoma State bank and this ad-
t2r fifth" ein lflLS3|de? '? "f out?lllndin<r indebtedness of the guar-
there are not nearly so many consumers and th? i i^n 5X2 i ,T ™ " ",t?1 of f2>5.000.00 the fund
Kz?^! SSr^rf" by
$2,538.23. A nice investment for the ckv S ideF £ k £b state guaranty fund made
five hundred dollars per month I Tmo .. t
The above is from the printed statement of the ' depositor7n th°d Hr h°?ey Jf yoH were a
mayor of Clarksville submitted to the council at a like sum Who was it' S°me r loSt
seems that Cl'aritsvUle^also6 publishes^sta^ments the'banks^f £,*" haS T" rol,Mted from
of its financial condition. pUD"snes statements the banks of the state several millions for this
If Clarksville, with her comparatively small 2 pJ^fe™U8t £* ^"^ed. to make it
population, can make its water system pay a neat: state hank hTln u 8 .^U8iness with a
revenue to the city on the money invited why i!1 £?or SH' l! Up,thi8 fund* He is in
it that Hugo, with her larger possibilities goe' self—everv tf™ h and,pays the fund him-
in the "red" $500.00 every month' * hznVtl ft T he ^Trowa fr m hir, favorite
The audit of the city books of Hugo above re- andintimt^i? Pay loSS °J.the °her fellow,
ferred to—and which has never been published— business will amount To ^ t0 fUnJ tha" h'R
pz xss&tssxi, iSpiSSr T ^ -
fad to see where the bu.sinei of th?t£ZtiI «?>.™ «b«k adyer-
There is nothing that will sell your
articles like a want ad. in the class-
ified columns. The Herald is going
to offer special inducements to those
who have something for sale—an old
stove, an old buggy, an old horse, an
automobile, a piece of real estate,
rooms for rent, houses for rent, or
anything in the wanted line, help
wanted, want to buy anything under
the sun, advertise for it.
Our rates in this column is one cent
a word for first insertion, l-2c word j
each consecutive insertion. Help ]
wanted and situations wanted will be
run free for one insertion. Phone us
your wants for this column. Phone
Have your eyes examined and
glasses fitted bv Dr. H. T. Shepherd,
Room 15, Wright Bldg. 3-6-t2
Ask Dr. Shepherd to see the new
Invisible Kryptok Lenses. Two pairs
of glasses in one. Room 15, Wright
FOR RENT—6 room house, two
blocks west new depot, on Clayton
street. Phone 120. 3-7-4t
Carbon Paper, large sheets, for
drawing off your embroidery pat-
terns. At The Herald office.
FOR SALE—S- C. White Leg-
horns exclusively. Eggs, $1.00 per
setting ' of 16; satisfaction guaran-
teed. T. M. GROVES, Fort Towsori,
Why neglect your eyes when you
can have them attended to by Dr.
Shepherd? Room 15, Wright Build-
ing. i 3-6t2
arc caused by eye-strain, and can be
cured with glasses properly ground
and fitted by Dr. Shepherd. Room
15, Wright Bldg. 3-6t2
Typewriter Ribbons, 60c each.
Phone 21 and it will be delivered.
FRISCO TIME TABLE.
WANTED—Gentlemen with taste
of real Havana to smoke Oklahoma
State Seal Cigar. To introduce them
to you—25 cigars in sealed can, de-
livered by parcels post on receipt of
$1.00. Address ABLES CIGAR CO.,
Salesrooms and Factory 14-15-16
Brader Bldg., Cor. Jackson & Broad-
way, "Hugo, Okla. 3-6-t4
Carbon Paper $1.25 per 100 sheets
at The Herald office, 122 W. Duke St.
Real Estate Mortgages, Real Es-
tate Deeds, Oil and Gas Leases, Quit
Claim Deeds, Release of Mortgage,
Chattel Mortgage, and all kinds of
legal blanks at The Herald officc.
WANTED—Everybody to know
that we do the best printing in Hugo.
Mimegoraph Paper—The Herald
has Mimeograph Paper for sale in
any quantity and cut any size. Tele-
phone your order.
FOR SALE—Tailor's Sewing Ma-
chine in good condition. Price rea-
sonable. Call at The Herald office.
I- OR SALE—One Cretors Peanut
and Popcorn machine. Been used! wAVTS'n t ^ "7
about three months. For further in- ' r , , „ 7 "c' ' ^
MONEY TO LOAN.
WANTED—To loan money on im-
proved farms. Loans closed at once.
Long time with low interest. H. B.
SMITH, Vreeland Bldg. tf
For bargains in farm fands and
quick seWice in farm loans, it will
pay you to see J. F. Larecy. n7tf
For good McAlester lump coal
phone No. 1. Carson Lumber Co. tf
No. 3 (Texan) St. Louis-Ft Worth,
Lv ,...3:31 A. M.
No. 729 (Accom.) Ft. Smith-Paris,
Ar 1:22 .P M.
No. 729 (Accom.) Ft. Smith-Paris,
Lv 1:42 P. M.
No. 5 (Texas Lim.) St. Louis-Fort
Worth, Lv 2:26 P. M.
No. 4 (St. Louis Mail) St Louis-Ft.
Worth, Lv 1:00 A. M.
No. 702 (Accom.) Paris-Ft. Smith,
Lv 6:47 A. M.
No. 6 (St. Louis Lim.) Ft. Worth-St.
Louis, Lv 1:42 P. M.
No. 572 (Mail) Hugo-Hope, Ark.,
Lv 7:30 A. M.
No. 506 (Mail) Ardmore-Hugo
Ar 12:05 P. M.
No. 506 (Mail) Hugo-Hope, Ark.,
Lv 3:00 P. M.
No. 576 (Mail) Aromore-Hugo,
Ar 9:45 P. M.
Nd. 575 (Mail) Hugo-Ardmore,
Lv 7:30 A. M.
No. 505 (Mail) Hope, Ark.-Hugo,
Ar ..1:00 P. M.
No. 505 (Mail) Hugo-Ardmore,
Lv 3:20 P. M.
fail to see where the business of the trZaetion1 ti eThaUU dSL. ^ have « ■ * iW
comes in when we seD thousands upon thousand- bankiw law Xn vo^a^"'^ l V thc :"M"
of gallons of this water to the Frisco railroad for , yourself ' real *"aranty
ly tote74°oS woufd'R T ',nlere8t ra,c * "hen this
well, but it is not an infant industry that need.' cominir when vmf u? .e"1Pty- Xt>u have a luck
protection. In other words the six thousand peo- borrow a little" m ^ ° a k an<* *'ant to
pie of Hugo should not be, and we do not beK fa^ or the io^ ^ \l PtY °ff th* note on the
they are, wilhng that this contract should £ car-1 ratTyou nEat tcUe yov the
ried any further. Our friends and neighbors to'the hanlrpr tKof you—and y< u tell
the south of us whom banker that the rate is lower than that in the
DEEDS, NOT WORDS.
Hugo People Have Absolute Proof of
Deeds at Home.
It's not words but deeds that prove
The deeds of Doan'.- Kidney P'I'a.
For Hugo kidney sufferers
Have made their ioeal reputation.
Proof lies in the testimony of H.i-
G. J. Downing, H-iyo, Okla., says:
"One of my family hj*d severa pair.s
in the small of the lock and troub'e
with the kidney secretions. When we
heard of Doan's Kidney Pilb, a sup
ply was procured at the Palace Drag
Store and their use was begun. They
proved to be just as representc.', re-
lieving the pain in a short timt TI.e j
benefit has been peimanent.'
For sale by all dealers. Price 5!>
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,;
New York, sole agents for tne Un't
Remember the nan>e—Doan's—a.nd
take no other.
a bank guaranty
withwl? ?tSg WhTtWe ^ave fiH^iously supplied 3d S.
PjKSS et^uSSS'a S2*£%\ J- but ^ 0,d -te hasn't
™ p^fVKt for! yoSSS K 3^1 t figure h,w
the camer, else the carrier wouW not carrv. You other^Slow sSffES J ? ° r°U Unles«
may rest assured that the Frisco is not hauling makes v^flJ comparative loss. That
tZm'aTin00 wr'centbsf t0WnS a"d SeIHng ifc t( ow" deposit. " y0Ur °Wn «uar ntor fco- your
them at 100 per cent loss.
Is Hugo willing to say to the incoming admin-
istmtion that they are satisfied with this method
of doing business, or shall we tell these men to
m*ke a small profit on our nroduction'
Read that all over and .sec if if® « A
We have nothing against th k ^ ec^
law is like some others ' jn Oklahom^ Jhn
pretty in theory, but will not stand ? ?
business is annlipH :stan<1 the test w hen
( ^ Oklahoma—ra ther
plied to the system? Y bU81ne88 ap"| W1" .alway« ^^^antee a high **11**1 th,s ]*™
I nothing more.
GOVERNMENT SALE UF INDIAN
About 120,000 acres of unallotted i
lands in different localities, some in j
each county in the Choctaw and the |
Chockasaw Nations, which have been |
heretofore offered, but not sold on!
account of the minimum prices not |
being realized, will be again offered!
and sold at public aution to the high- >
est bidder without any minimum I
price. Also about 90,000 acres not j
Heretofore advertised will be offered
at prices ranging frim fifty cental
to (13.00 per acre. Sale will begin
May 1 and continue until about May I
15, 1913. Terms, 15 per cent cash at
time of sale, 35 per cent within 81
months, and the balance within 18'
months, with six per cent intrest. ,
Lists of lands bv countiei, showing
time and place of sale and descrip-i
tion of areas of various tracts, will
be furnished without cost, together
with full information upon applica-
tion to tho underpinned or to local
field officers in their respective dis-
tricts. Persons applying should spe-
cify the particular county wherein
information is desired. Certified cop-
ies of blueprints of each county,
showing location of each tra'-t to He
offered will also be furnished on the
payment of fifty cents for each map,
which should be remitted in thc form
of draft or postal money order with
J. GEORGE WRIGHT.
Com. to the Five Civilized Tribes,
3-1 to 5-10. Muskogee, Okla.
Tickets on sale March
20 and 21. Limited
to March 23. Fare—
Account Grand En-
campment and Patri-
archs Branch I. O. O.
F. Tickets on sale
March 29. Limited to
April 4. Fare —One'
one - third, according
to route of ticket.
Full particulars can be obtained by calling on
local Frisco Ticket Agent
Norman Leard, Defendant.
Said defendant, Norman l^ard,
will take notice that he has been sued
in the above named court, the peti-
tion as filed herein alleging that the
defendant for $200.00 paid had agred
to convey to tho plaintiff for the
land described hereafter (in this no-
tice) and his subsequent failure and
refusal to convey which failure was
alleged to have injured the plaintiff
in tho sum r\f fui ..l.
. va.ao • (t "
interest rate rf
JTOTICB BV PUBLICATION.
State of Oklahoma
/"hotaw County. SS.
In t.h«* District Court in and for
said County and State.
Mrs. Dove Horton, Plaintiff, vs.
Petition filed herein on or before the
til .M,"y' 1913' or peti-
tJon wiH be taken as true and a Judg-
rendpfllw the,.Iald Pontiff will |,e
"tior d"te' *n<1 *
MRS. DOVE HORTON,
„ , E. A. BURKE,'
Clerk of District Court
If the statistics were available pro-
bably it would be found that 97 per
cent of fat nten would hither keep
down their* weight by smAklng thaif
by working it off.—Ex.
Of course it costs something to
fi per cent per annum from date of, mai",'a'n "n automobile, but the old
this filing and the costs of this suit. ! *JM>rts "re now buying gasoline with
The defendant will further Uke the money they used to lose on the
notice that he roust answer this said hors« races.—Ex.
in the sum of $200.00 which she
stated was exepnded by her in per-
fecting her title to the property he
had agreed as aforesaid to convey,
thc same being E 1-2 of the SW 1-4
of the S El-4 and the S 1-2 of the
SE 1-4 of the SE 1-4 of Section 1,
Township 6 South, Range 17 East.
Plaintiff prays judgment against
the said defendant in thc sum of
$200.00 with interest at thc rate of
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Curd, Jesse G. The Choctaw Herald. (Hugo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913, newspaper, March 27, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc97686/m1/2/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.