The Choctaw Herald. (Hugo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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SEED, CANE, KAFFIR, MILLET,
MILO MAIZE and SEED CORN
We have complete stocks. If your
local dealer doea not sell our seed,
write us for samples and prices.
Arthur G. Lee,
Fort Smith, Ark.
OFFICE — Over Oklahoma
EAST DUKE STREET.
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LO NG I N O BUILDING
A positive guaratee of satisfaction
with every photograph made.
Mv work compare* with any and
ray charges are moderate
do all kinds of picture work
Largest General Store
in Choctaw County
Farm Implements. Wagons and
Buggies. Dry Goods, Groceries
115-17-19 w. DUKE ST.
Fine Commercial Printing
of all kinds.
Corner Duke & Crockett Sts.
\ News From the
National Capitol. \
Guaranty of Hank Deposits.
In view of the fact that Senator
Owen of Oklahoma and Representa-
tive Glass of Virgiania, who have the
chairmanships of the Banking Com-
mittees of the two bodies, have been i
frequently in conference with tho j
I resident, all sorts of reports have
gone out—most of which have arisen I
in the minds of the reporters, as to
the proposed change in the currency j
and banking laws. Considerable of
a stir was occasioned by the state-
ment that Senator Owen favored a
bank deposti guaranty law and would
press it before Congress. It is un-
derstood that any measures of this
kind would first be approved by the
Administration, before being intro-
duced, and therefore the report waf
considered so important as to bring
forth a denial. However, it is known I
that Senator Owen favors the appli-
cation of some such principle to tho
banking business, and has been con-
vinced through the experiments madt I
along this line in his own state, that
a feasible and practical plan can be
worked out. While no immediate leg-
islation will likely be proposed, yet
this sort of thing in some kind oi
shape is sure to be forced onto the
Senate for action during the period
of Mr. Owen's occupancy of his pres-
ent position as head of this great
Committee of Congress.
T. E. VERNER
Anything you want
New Shipment every week
216-18-20 Dewey Phone 295-45
V'e Are Practical
Tinners and Roofers
We can build your water tanks and
do repair worn.
Let us hid on that new tin roof.
Our work guarante?d.
Hugo Cornice Works.
W. C. STROTHER. Pros.
for desert, pure, delicious and whole-
some, fresh baked every day. If
you want to amke your family hap-
py and healthy give our
a trial. Rolls, Bung, Bread, Cake
Secretary Bryan Wants to Know.
. Mr. Bryan always has been a gen-
tleman of prying curiosity, and a few
of the recent questions he has asked
are not solacing to people in govern-
ment positions. Why is it, questions
Mr. Bryan, that under the civil ser-
vice that we find 95 per cent of th*
people in the consular -service are Re
publicans. He makes a similar con-
trast in refernece to the Department
of Justice. Bryan is also reported to
have asked some pertinent questionj
among hisown party leaders in ref-
erence to some of the tariff sched-
ules. Not content with that he went
out into Illinois, and it is generally
understood that he left Washington
with an understanding that he would
not keep hishands off the Senatorial
deadlock in that state.
An Ex-Senator Still Conspicuous in
In former times it was a sort ot
"unwritten law" that Senators retir-
ing from office should forever aftei
absent themselves from the chamber
although tjiey may have the privilego
of the floor during their lifetime. Ir
the same manner ex-Presidents find
it convenient with their plans to re-
main permanently away from Wash-
ington. B ut there are so many ex-
Senators nowadays that the bars of
precedent are lowered. In the ease
of the venerable Shelby M. Cullom
of Illinois we find him sitting in the
Chamber, attracting the attention of
the passing multitudes, in order that
an artist may make a picture of him
Chief Hollow Htirn Bear of Rose-
bud, S. D.,' who came to Washington,
saw the inauguration, took sick and
died, was given a funeral befitting
one of the highest rank. Cabinet of-
ficers, Senators and Representatives
were in attendance to pay their mark
of respect to the fallen Chief. Hollow
Horn has been the spokesman foi
his people at the National Capital on
several occasions. His clear way of
presenting the wants of the Indians
created a distinctly favorable im-
pression, and a conviction that Hol-
low Horn was a man of a mastei
The Case of Fourth Class Post-
Th<^ speculation in refernce to tho
civil service status of the fourth
class postmasters of the country,
seems to have brought down to an
understandable basis by a statement
of the Postmaster General, who saya
that examinations will be held thru-
| out the country that will furnish true
tests of the applicants ability. Many
of these who hold positions as fourth
class postmasters secured them as a
result of pernicious political activity.
The Postoffice Department should be
a business institution, run on scien-
tific business lines. I intend to use
the weight of my influence to make
it such."—Senator Burleson.
Wilson Gets Capitol Flag.
Office, Longino B'ld'g.
I have money to loan at
low rate and long time.
Have thousands of acres
f rich bottom land for
ale cdeap, terms easy.
that the applicants are to write to
him about what they want. A large
number of clerks from the different
departments are sorting and classify
ing the applications, which have been
coming in by the tens of thousands
Regulating Big Business.
A method for control of great in
du3uial c nl a.£ \ 1
Jvochtcil by iha Progressive party
is embodied in a bill of Sanacir B
low of Kaniaa, and it is understood
I that it will be put forward as part
' of the Progressive policy in the in
I coining Congress. It provides for an
industrial commission of seven rnem-
| bera, having board powers. Friends
of the measure who will support this
I class legislation declare that the
I Bristow bill would be similar in ef-
fect ;. we system now in force with
reference to commerce; wherein the
powers of the Interstate Commerc
Commission are invoked.
can always see
East side of B-ioadway
Matinee every afternoon
5 and 10 cents
Chronic Stomach Trouble Cu/'J.
There is nothing more discourag
ing than a chronic disorder of the
sto:na;h. 13 it not surprising tha
many suffer for years with such ar
ailment when a permanent cure
within their reach and may be hat
( for a trifle ? "About one year ago,'
says P. H. Beck, of Wakelee, Mich
, "I bought a package of Chamber
Iain's Tablets, and since using then
j I have felt perfectly well. I had pre
| viously used any number of differ
' ent medicines, but none of them wen
I of any lasting benefit." For sale bj
MRS. BINGHAM IMPROVED.
Mrs. R. L. Bingham, who under
| went an operation in a local hospital
J several days ago, is reported as im
j proving and may soon be well. Sh<
hfcd been a sufferer for some months
and the operation was finally neces
sary. Her friends will be glad tc
learn of the success of the operation.
The Forty Year Test.
An article must have exceptional
merit to survive for a period of for
ty years. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy was first offered to the public ir
1872. From a small beginnin git ha
grown in favor and popularity unti
it has attained a world-wide reputa
tion. You will find nothing bette
for a cough or cold. Try it and yo\
will understand why it is a favoritt
after a period of more than fort}
years. It not only gives relief—i
cures. For sale by all dealers.
Mrs. Mary Baldwin died at he-
home near Sawyer Sunday after 1
short illness. She was 20 years of
age and one of the popular young
matrons of the Sawyer community.
Kiajtsr's Bakery, Hugo
Mayor Jones made nnothcr busi-
ness trip to Oklahoma City last week.
Attorney Sturgeon of Paris was in
the city Saturday.
Donald Weir made
to Paris Saturday.
President Wilson will keep in re-
raemberance of his inauguration the
flag which flew from the flagstaff on
the east front of the Capitol when he
took the oath of office on March 4.
Several days ago Elliott Woods, sup-
erintendent of the Capitol, received
a request from the White House for
the flag on which Mr. Wilson's left
hand rested when he read his inau-
gural address. An investigation was
made and it is discovered that no flag
wns draped over the reading desk be-
fore which he stood. A pennant In-ar-
business trip ing the coat of arms of the United
States, which had hung from the
Plenty of Money
Low interest, long time
and easy peyments on
5 per cent
money on city property
T. M. WALTON
Phone 410-Rooms 32 3, Vree-
land Building, Hugo.
The Mothers' Favorite.
A cough medicine for children
should be harmless. It should bt
pleasant to take. It should be effec-
tual. Chamberlain's Cough Ren edy
is all of this and is the motheps' fav-
orite everywhere. For sale by ai!
Read our classified column.
Mr. Hunter is one of the aspirants
to the governorship of the Choctaws.
PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION,
SAN FRANCISCO, 1915k
Copyright, 1J11. by la nam*-Pacific Interna lonal Exposition.
A N echo tower In the Festive or East Court. At night the East Court, with
' Its pavements of gold, Its great banks of flowers, and its lofty palms,
win be flooded with light. Musical masterpieces of the world will tie ren-
dered by the chimes In the towers. Oreat saengerfests and choral festivals
*ss.emble upon the floor* of the court. In the Festive Court, the visitoi
ill behold a vision surpassing the richest dreams of Oriental or Moorish
architecture The floors of this court wilt be tn tesselated pavements of gold
In the center of the court will be great groups of sculpture with fauns,
dancing nymphs and satyrs. There will be great fountains upon which magic
lights win play at night and at night this mystic court, as all others, will be
flooded by a glow of indirect light which wilt resemble a bright moonlight
' ®°u'h end ot the court will be a huge tower 270 feet in height In
which will be a great organ with echo organs In smaller towers of the court
The lest ve Court will be a court of mustc, of acting, and symphonic dancing
Here will assemble many of the great pageants of Oriental nations that will
take part during the exposition; here too will come many of the processions
from the amusement center, which will be designed to draw visitors from
the more serious phases of the exposition.
HfH ifH-ifH-Si Hfi i-ffi wfi i-K j ffi Mfi i-ffi
front of the desk, was sent to the
White House. Another request then
came for the flag which waved over
the Capitol nearest to the new Presi- j
dent when he spoke. Mr. Woods j
promptly sent him this flag, which
is of the regulation wool bunting, 8
feet 11 inches wide and 17 feet long.
It was unfurled for the first time on
March 3 on the flagstaff surmount-
ing the pediment above the central
Chamberlain's Tablets for Constipa-
For constipation, Chamberlain's
Tablets are excellent. Easy to take
mild and gentle in effect. Give them
Wisconsin Senator at the White
More than three years ago Senator
LaFollette took the White House off
his calling list, and since that time
has disagreed most of the time with
the policies from that headquarters.
In an effort to find what common]
ground exists between the Senator
and the new President the two fat
down to a little 'talkfest' a few even-
ings ago, and while it is not known
just what subjects were discussed, it
is safe to say that the relation be-
tween the White House and the sen-
ior Badger Senator are far better
than they were in the older days. It
is even asserted that Senator I.aFil-
lette may have a good deal to say
about the distribution of Wisconsin
patronage, even though Joe Davies,
the new assistant Secretary of War,
is supposed to be at the head of the
middle west spoils department.
Hard Lines for the Job Hunters.
The President having put a button
on the "open door" at the White
House, and notified the office seek-
ers to go and see the Cabinet mem-
bers about the places, might seem
hard enough. Rut now Secretary
MrAdoo, after listening to the plaints
for a fortnight, has issued a notice
Teeth Without Plates
Suction Plates, $7
We are making a specialty
of our Ever Stick Anchor
Suction Plate, which gives
We guarantee to fit the most
The gold used in our crown
and bridge work is the best
Gold Crowns $4.00
White Crowns $4.00
Gold Fillings .... $1 and up.
Silver Fillings ...75c and up
Enamel Fillings.. 50c and itp
Teeth extracted without pain
and no after effect.
Union Painless Dentists
Occasionally a manufacturer has a break-down in
his power system which causes money-losing de-
lavs. Do you want insurance against such occa-
Machines Driven by Electric Power
purchased from a wholesale producer are most ?
highly insured against shut-downs. tf
ELECTRIC POWER from our station is always 9
ready any minute of the 24 hours to drive ai / *£
Our record of service is open for your inspection if
if you are interested, and will convince you that it
our power will not fail at critical times. •£
Electric Motors will run for weeks and months 4
without anv attention except oiling. a
Let us explain the matter more fully to you Sf
Hugo Ice & Lierht Co.
W-Mfrf-4lrf yi-HlrHfrf M «-?
WILL BUY A GOOD BEDSTEAD AT THE
T. E. VERNER FURNITURE COMPANY
Dewev St—iust North of Wehh IVW^amilp , L
ARTHUR J. WEIR
FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE AND FARM LOANS
Give me a share of your patrjnage—Telephone 44
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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/m1/3/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.