The Gotebo Gazette. (Gotebo, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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THE GOTEBO GAZETTE.
We Want to Get
GOTEBO, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1912.5
Beginning Saturday, June
27 we shall offer our stock
of Men's and Women's low
shoes and high shoes at 15
per cent discount to reduce
for eight "days. These are
$5.00 values go at $4.00
$4.00 values goat $3.40
$3.50 values goat $2.98
$3.00 values go at $2.55
$2.50 values goat $2.12
Others sell accordingly. We need the
money and you need the goods. Come at
once before sizes are gone
1! & Sons
Another Great Rain Report of Conventions
One of the greatest rains of tta^ sea-
sou visited Kiowa county late Saturday
afternoon and continued all night.
Over two inches of rain fell.
Roy Smith of Mt. View made his
usual trip to Gotebo last Saturday.
On pages two aud seven the reports
of the republican and democratic con-
ventions are given.
C. W. Woodman of Cordell was in
town Monday looking after his buiness
NOTHING 18 EVER PEStROYii
Manor Chan«oa, Sat Dooo Mot Ooaoa
to Kxlat—tlmplt experiment That
Whoa a oaadla burn* it la not da>
atroyed. What hmu llko dootrootlon
la moral? chance. Any ono can promt
thla for hlmoelf br * nry simple a-
Tnkn a tfaaa tdbo and lit * cork Into
•aohoal Boro poma holos in tbo low-
or oork, ono ot thorn la tho middle
taiga aaoaph toktMa oaadla. Bond
a smaller flasa tab* td U ahapo, fill It
*Hh avail plaoao of oaaiatlo soda and
eork ono end. Mow connect the two
cylinders by a avail flau tuba through
tho corks, tnaort tho candls through
the lower eork aad suspend tho whole
•PParatna from one boam of tho chem
leal balance. Weigh it oarefully.
Omnoct tho fro# end of tho V tubo
to an aapirator ao as to eetablUh a
naiform curront of air through tho
tuboa. Remove the candle, light It
aad inataaUr relansrt it. Let it burn
down until entirely consumed. Now
rewolgk tho apparatus. You will find
that it actually weigha more than it
did before the osndle was burnt!
What had happened f The carbon
and hydrogen of wblofa tho candle waa
composed bare been sepamted, havo
drawn oxygon from tho air and com-
bined with it, forming water and car-
bon dioxide or carbonic add gas. The
caustic soda has absoribed tho carbon
dioxide and made sodium carbonate,
and has also caught tho water. The
<extaa weight la simply that of the oiy
gen taken out at the air.
Thla is a practical llluatration of tbo
treat truth that nothing Is ever de-
stroyed. Matter changes, but does not
eeaso to exist St. Thomas Aquinas
taught this in the thirteenth century
—thus as in so many other ways an-
ticipating modern scientists—and
aomo of the ancient Greek philoso-
phers understood it. It has only been
proved experimentally in recent years.
WftATH CAME IN VERY HANDY
eolMag After Spat With Sweetheart
That No WMppad a
Every Machine Guaranteed
sold on terms
cost you a
PAY FOR IT!!!
Wedel's Department Store.
since time of grandma
Remarkable Changoe Effooto* in Dreeo
and haalal AetMttoa In fern.
Tho mcMora society woman has a
multitude of expenses Chat her grand-
mother nsver even dreamed of; her
▼isits to the masseuse, the hair-
dresser, the chlropodlet. are a neces-
sary part of her grooming today.
While grandma tucked her awltch
guiltily away In the drawer pt her
dressing table and could not he bul-
lied into the admission that aho used
i powder, today her granddaughter un-
hesitatingly admits that she wears
false braids and curia and that tho soft
glow of health on her rounded ohoek
was skillfully applied by a "perfect
wonder" of a beauty doctor.
Social affairs bare increaaed lnanum-
ber as well as in variety, and this
haa brought about a great champs In
mx lady'a wardrobe. Our grandmoth-
er* talked about their "beet drass'
and "best hat," the up-to-date lady
•peaks of her bridge gown, her dinner
gown and her dancing frock. Sho has
not one gown for drees up affalas, but
12 or IS. 8he haa an appropriate «nt-
«t for each occasion. Not only must
the gown be suitable, but sll the ac-
cessories. Including hat. wrap, glovws,
^Mtoea, vrfl. Jewelry and even lingerie
must bo In absolute harmony.
When one stops to consider that
the woman who Is "In society" does
remarkably well If sho keeps within
91Q0 for a year's supply of glowea,
some Idea may be formed as to fhe
amount which she spends for such
Items aa tailored suits, ball gowisa ami
fudlned evening wraps.
f Aroonio round In Vegetable
' Arsenic has been found ss a mormsl
constituent in map and animals, and
now Drs. Jadln aad Astrug, two
Preach biologists, show that it map be
derived from edible plants sad fngts.
They examined thirty-nine vegetable
substances, and obtained arsenic from
all. tho quantities ranging from MS
part per mtllloc in the leek to
part per million In almonds and beans.
Other vegetable matters, containing
arsenic are the common cabbage. tho
turnip, the potato, cultivated mush-
rooms. black truffles. -1*panose rice,
red barlrots, white haricots, gray
peas, split [was. lentil*, arilchokta.
salsify, chloory. lettuoe. spinach, green
pess. nstor*. carrots, watercress. casM>
flower, wild asparagus, haselnuts. Al-
berts. chestnuts, snples. pears.
Ofaagaa. pineapples sad baaaaaa.
Many an American actor who ha;;
wearily trataped the ties and won-
dered why the railroad* don't placn
then eve« distances apart wlli reaff
with envy^of those Austrian sctom
who wo-k for MO s month, and get It.
A Chicago womaa advertised for a-
matd and promised aa anto ride oace
a week ss sa Inducement. Her only
applicant wanted to see a picture of
the chauffeur. Certainly; that* eon Id
be no joy la a joy ride if tha ill mast
of Joyoumets wars nlaalag.
Sam Jones was mad dear through.
He, had lust had a Quarrel with his
aw^othesrt, and although ho had oon-
coaled his angor until he loft her
boats bo was now boiling orer with
rag*. As usual Sam had got tho
trant of the little spat, tor la aptto of
his. 6 foot I and his great strength
his 7 diminutive lady love had wound
hint arouad her flng*r Ilka so much
A* Ssa alighted from tho etorated
train at his home stattoa his cheeks
wars still flashed with helpless anger
and he was just "spoiling" for a fight
or almost any kind of a chance to
arep up matters on soma ana. His
wish was desttaad to be granted
aoonar than he knew, for when he
dssoended tho elevated ateps to the
street a figure blocked his psth, s re-
valvar was hold a few Inches below
his noes, snd a gruff voice command-
ed. "Corns on I Jhall out. Jack!"
Without a second's hesitation gam 1
smalhtd the would-be robber full In
the face with his brawny fist snd sent
him reeling several paces backward
and stunned him so that ho dropped
bis wsapon. Both Sam and the thief
were so surprised thst thsy merely
stared at each other for a few sec-
onds, then the latter remembered that
he possessed a good pair of logs aad
started to run at expreea speed.
"Here's a good one," 8am laughed
grimly as he set out In hot pursuit
of his assailant. "This fellow Intend-
ed to hold me up aad now I'm going
to hold him up Just to balance things
a trifle." Sam waa soon forced to
give up tho chass, however, for he
was burdened with a heavy ulster,
while the holdup msn wore a light
"Qee," chuckled Sam. "If I hadnt
beea as hot under the collsr ss I waa,
aa a result of that little fuss with
Alice, I'll bet I'd hare shelled out like
a little lamb whan he presented the
invitation. Ill go up there tomorrow
night with s big box of chocolates
aad squsre things up."
ROMAN ROADS IN ENGLAND
Project of Putting Old Highways la
Useful Condition la Being
British motorists sre showing soms
Interest in a project which la being re-
vived of reopening snd putting In
usable condition the old Romsn rosds
that led out from London to the aur-
roundlng cities and that connected up
the outlying places. The ancient hlgb
ways, built by the Roman generala for
military purposes, were well con-
structed snd their routes were exceed-
ingly straight, but they have apparent-
ly in many instance been practically
Few except students of tho subject
are aware of tho great network of
highways which Were driven scross
England, Wsles and Scotland by the
Roman generals. The atralghtnees of
these roads probably Is explained by
the fact that the cities and towna
they linked up were founded subse-
quent to the road making. The roads
were constructed for military purposes
—the subjugation and control of the
turbulent Britons—and had no set ob-
jective. Camps grew Into cltlea aad
towns founded at points of military
vantage. These naturally loat their
Importance In many Instances when
the conquerors withdrew, aad their
very sites sre forgotten.—FWi
Baglao Clearing Away Posts.
Ths wild boars aad foxeo of Saata
Rosa Island, Cal.. are being extermi-
nated rapidly and in a novel manaor.
The American eagle Is doing tho work,
tae eagles that bars their hsbltat ia
the rocky omlnencoo of tho island
grow fa Immense also, tho amallsst
msturd bird measuring about four foot
from tiff to tip and tho largeot being
seven feat or more In sweep with
wtn^ extended. They con carry thir-
ty or forty pounds dsad weight for
miles with apparent ease. Tho eagla
swoops down npor Its prey and rises
to s height of fifty feet or more with
the straggling animal clutchsd ia Ita
talons. If tho pig shows too much
fight It la dropped, ths fan hilling tho
aalmal. Then the oogle flaoeaads and
earrlea off the carcass to the dlatant
aerie Vbaaa alao are the pray of the
Red River Oil Co. Men
Were in Gotebo Mon-
K, M, McFarlin of Holdenville, Okla
P. A. Chapman of Waxachachie, Texas
J. A. Chapman of Tulsa Okla., O. H.
Chapman of Oklahoma City, were in
town Monday looking over the country
and wore here particularly in the inter-
est of making preparation for drilling
They are the stockholders in the Red
River Oil Co. and we were informed bo
one of their crowd that they had sever
al leases here and would return in a
short time and go to work drilling lor
oil and gas. This company's main of
fice is in Tulsa and they have large oil
fields in both Okla. and Texas,
We are also informed that the 101 oil
Co4, who have leased 18 sections of the
school land adjacent to Gotebo will
soon be on the ground and will also
This means that three companies will
soon be here and the developing of the
oil and gas in and around Gotebo will
commence on a large scale. Let the
good work go on. Gotebo will soon
be known as the "Oil Cit>" of the
Several Prominent Speak-
ers Will Address the
Rock Island League
Jrvin Cbasoq who has been with the
Dixie Store tor some time left Twesdny
for Hobart, where be will hereafter
make his home. He will work at the
Dixie Store at Hobart
The candidates for State Senate and
for representative will be in Gotebo
Monday Julv 1st, and will talk to the
voters of Gotebo and aurrounding
country, at the Owl Hall
The speakers for Senate Jas. L.
Austin of Cordell, Dr. J, J. Williams
of Weatherford, and J. V. McClintic,
for state senate for the short ferm.
The speakers lor representative ard
J. P. Dellinger of Gotebo, W. J, Mc
Cnllom of Lone Wolf, Troy A. Simp*
kins of Lone Wolf, Leonard D. Lewis
Come out and hear these speakera;
hear what they have to say for them-
selves. Everybody is invited, come
one and all.
E. G. of Hobart was a Gotebo
busiess visitor the first of the week.
A. M. Luckett of Tulsa, was in town
Jno W. Shr.tt-r of Hobart spent ths
first of the week in town.
W. M. Gamable of Okla, City waa a
Gotebo visitor Tuesday.
O. W. Moore of Pt. Worth waa ih
town Monday on business.
R. O. Craig of Okla City was in
F. E. Eaton of Manxuro was a
Gotebo visitor Monday.
Mr-xud Hw Uunlop Mid children
returned the first of the week from
Missouri where they had been for the
past few weeks visiting relatives and
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