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Waiff lot ..the Big Shiw
BRAVER, TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 12
A MAMMOTH AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE
UNDER A PALACE PAVILLION THEATRE!
A GRAND SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION !
More Men, More Women and Children! More Horses, More Ponies, More
Donkeys! The Largest Pack ot SIBERIAN DLOOD HOUNDS!
BIGGER, BETTER, and GRANDER THAN EVER
DIG CONCERT BAND AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
WATCH FOR THE
BIG FREE STREET PARADE !
Under, Waterproof Canvas Rain or Shine!
KEMEMBER THE DAY AND DATF
($. lit for last wtk.)
TTm Earltna Llfirary Hocl.ty tnl
Thursday rtrnxn md riidirnl a
very IntcrMttnK prog-rum. All wr
wll pld with tho start thin year
and hopH lh Intt-rrst manlfssttd will
fnnllnuo throughout th" yr.
Th Kurllne'n chos It. K HhlMett
for their advisor.
I'renhUnt O A. Coffey irmdt. n busi
ness trip to Kurgan Thursday.
Tho first matched Rami' of font bull
wan plnyvd on the l A. I. Krlillron
wjth Alva KrJday, Hplcniuir 24, and
although the'boys were not victorious
they played a good Ram.
A uct-ncnunlntrd nodal wan held on
the Uwn Friday evening. Hveryone
reported a pUnnnut evening
Some reglnlered hogn have been
purrhHKed ny tho Mate,
Mr. Deacon, a hlgliHa) commission
er from Oklahoma C'lly, spoke In
chapel Wednesday innrnltii;. Mr
Deacon I a member of the I). C. I),
highway board and la one of those
who helped uh to aecurr one of thii
man) trucks that were made during
It. C. HhlMett haa been doing ex
tension work In Cimarron count).
The Henlom entertalnud tho Hopho
morea and tho foot ball team hint
Saturday evening on the Heaver river
with a welnle and mnrshinnllow ronst.
Afttt the roam the fcvnlna was spout
In tellliuT storks nnd playing pranks.
All reported a good time.
The total enrollment la 22S.
Tho .'unlor Home IJcnnotnlc clnss
prencnted an oxhlblt to the rst of
the school Thursday morning Thla
exhibit allowed the difference lio
twe n 100 cnlorlea of heat producing
Tho atudenta from IleuVrr count)
who are attandlng Kchool hero arei
' rIST. IRl
Henry Helnncuth wan on tho sick
list last week.
Miss Kiln Moore haa gone to Keonu,
Tnx.iH, to attend school thin winter
Mrs Unne IJurns jtUeil with h i
sister T int C eelc, Mrs. Uxlo" Ciinuur.
Mm Ion Hnss visited nt tho Irwin
Ynu.is homo Saturday night and Hun
day. .uii Dora S'praKue vlslttd at the
home of her sister, Mrs Wll-y il
rl i h. Saturday night and Hunday.
Mi's Luetic Hubert visited l
Miss Jewel Ilrldgcn of thla neighbor
hood begun school ht Clear lil.e ill s
Monday morning, October 4th.
Mrs 1.1111c l'lersnu ot Heaver, vis
ited hor mother, Mrs Mary Hpangler
Goo. Helnncuth made a business trip
to lloaer Saturday.
l'hll Hgbert and sons have In ,
Kvoryono Is busy sowing wht-a
baling broom corn and cutting To
40 news Items are scarce.
rino weather tho past two we.
and the. farmers havo almost finished
pulling broom corn ,,,
Mrs Ijnnle lioolho und Mrs. OIllo
Uagan biicnt Saturday night und Sun
day with their cousin, Mrs. niiulcy
The party nt Mrs '.csllc's wiii
nttunded nnd everyone had a Jolly (
Rood time. . ,
Tho hroihcr who spoke nt Tnii.
Mound ku n. fine talk and evoiyon
should of li'tird lilni. Tin coni.-mpi-tlon
gavj lib. rally to the inun- ot th
suffering liiliiri.il. I th ..i this Ih a
Important is ihe lied Cross work for
I thlnl. It .urn hand In hand. $C5 00
wuh rului I . tin inorol.it iiervUta
and $40.01) al District 27 In the nfter
noon. Mrs r.Vl. i I lullllifl spent Sunday at
Ai. ivln tmltli wus nblo to start to
school mi Monday.
Mrs Mllllunn and John spout Hui
tins with Mrs Douglas
Mrs. Jeunlo lloutlio nnd Jaunltu
Itusun took dinner at tho I'Vauit.
Smith homo Sunday and went with
them to District No. 11 to hear tin
talk In tho afternoon.
Mrs. Haitaii nnd children havo ha
tho sore throat this week.
Mr. .ind .Mrs. bhliior were vlnltliiK
nt haKcinii on Monda).
Uoy Hell has been helping pull
broom corn this ft eel: for ItUhtiU
Mr. and Mrs Martin took dlnnv-r
with their nephew, lrvln Young, oun-
ll'en Slirlmnn hnd the misfortune U
get his arm badly snrulnoU .hllo iuh
scliug with some uoyu on the -onl
pllo. It wus vol) palntul fo a fow
John Ilettn took liis lit t Ju son to
rorgan lust Monduy to bo npurnted
Mlsa Maraerlto Lacy of nilladnlQ la
hero visiting old frlbuda,
MIssch Charlotte and Allco Itobartu
visited nt tho llollcaii homo last Sun
day. Mlsa Klla Mooro left for Texas last
Sunday where bIib will attend . h I
Horn, n lioy to Mr. n I Mis
Mrs. Miunmls Kor was u dim '
guest nt her aunt's, Mrs. W. I
Dunn'n Inst Tuesday.
P. L. Jloherta nnd CJwrlt Ittda;--way
nuuo a buHlnoM tilp to.O i
(Too late for last week )
Wiley Ilulllnu gavo the yount: folks
a party last Wednesday night.
Miss Jewel Ilrldges visited her
brother, Clwood and family, of Lip
sciimb, Texas, last week.
There was a broncho riding at Billy
Garrett's last Sunday.
Mrs (Irate Ilullln Is slowly Improv
ing. Miss I.ina Jacobs has lieon as
sisting with the house work.
(Seandpa and grandma C'ate of
Heaver, nre visiting their granddauvl -ter,
Mrs I.ula llaggerley of Klmwooil
Sain Caskcy of eistern OkHhom.i Is
visiting nt the II. C. Gray homo.
Miss Ella Montgomery visited lM)th
l;n i lex list Wednesday night
Jacob brothers are repairing their
' il ma i." icr. They an going to
start to work tho first of the wei-k
tonry Tiffin Is going in the dairy
business He purchased a Keglilcrcd
. v from 11 Jacobs
Carl Dvnns gave a party Saturd)
li-Iit. They nerved refreshments of
i nl-o and pearn
II. 1!. Urldgewater, demoorattlc
ee for r.herlff, visited at Hobt
IIulcs' homo Krldny night.
cu Hoover and famllv vlslt'd
nt the J. II. Taylor home Sunday.
Horn to Mr. nnd- Mrs C. V Con
ner n son, September 25. All p irtles
Mr, Kvnns of near Madison Is mov
ing on what Is known as the Alfcil
(Too lato for last week)
Plnco tho wind ban sottlad we are
e- loving soma nice fall wcalhor but
oh. my those high winds were ns bad
Thmo are lots of the furmera bind
ing foed, now nnd soma are ill I line
wheat There Is some wheat up and
It looks like wo nro going to havo
nlci wlnt' r pasture
Mnrv Carson spent Wednesduy night
with L.cnh Ilrown
Tim Weaver look dlnnor Sunday
with 0 I. lIlldorhranil'H
Mrs (J. I. HUderhrand and Mrs
A. C. Duley spent part of tho tluy
i'ltttrday In tho sand hills, returning
with a big tub full of nlco wild
Rl.Mr, and Mrs. Doll Campbell spont
Sunday nt the A. C Duley homo
Miss Klsle Oroondykc, teacher of
Homo Creek school, had th misfor
tune of breaking a wheol on her
buggy while returns homo KrlJny eve
Jack Kropt made his appearance
onco In our community ono night last
Tho pie nodal nt I.lbrty Trlday
night was very well attended Tho
proceeds amounting to something, ov
Mrs. O It Whltakor und chll Iren
have motod to Liberal, Kuusas
TrfsB Hannah CrocUir vihltid Opal
and Orn Taylor Sunday.
A. C. Wntkjns nnd family nnd Mr
nnd Mrs Denny Irolllnger and V W
Ha) don nnd family lltcd Sunday nt
the 1. II Hhnrpc home
K W. I'rnter nnd Wnltcr Taylcr
n. (v Id u ti lii to I.lber&l Snturdny
Mr nnd Mrs. (I. H Law and hab)
( t I.llioml Sunday
Harold 1'rntei left Mondny for
Coodwell where he expeots to attend
nc'iinl thla winter.
M. O Sharpa and wlfo of Kollutt,
Texas, visited Satin day night and
Sunday nt I. H. hlinrpo's
MIsh Lillian Druers spent Saturday
and Sunday at home.
Alts: May WlllUmi
Iliad) r. I'rnter
M ra Dobbs
KM in Sutherland
(lovernor Cox In halns sumo
difficulty In excusing the pro-Gorman
nttltuile nf his newspaper ilur
tng the period priced I ng our en
trance Into the war. Thu weakness,
of thco exctlHes betray thn Demo
cratic nomlnec'K Incapacity for wise
JmlfiinenlH. It Is foolish for him
to say that It wns the fault of hi
editor, for If tho editor of tho
Dayton paper were to begin ntlvn
cntlnc, the eluctlon of HiirdliiK. Ccx
would shortly find n now editor,
Hillings (Mont.) Gazette.
AMMNto mwiim ro iuW
Upon the occaiion ot a visit of a
deteKatlon from Wyandot county,
Ohio, to Senator Hardinic at his
home In Marlon, tho Senator spoke
In part aa follows, this portion ot
tils address being prompted by thu
presence, of tjvo Wyandot county
soldier boya- who were blinded at
the battle of tho Argonno;
"My Countrymen! Two Bona of
Wyandot county arc- hero today who
have mado tho greatest sacrifice,
for country which men may offer
short of life Itself. They wore
blinded under the King, our King,
In tho Argonne.
"I want to publicly pledge to
them, nnd to their comrades who
s-utfored Impairment for a full part
In life, tho Republic's unfailing
and grateful consideration. They
are the heroes of a nation and civ
"And I want to pledge them
something more. I know what in'
spired their heroism. I know what
made them proud soldiers of tho
Republic. They wero fighting for
America, and American rights. They
answered tho challengo of Ameri
can rights. They answered tho chal
lenge of American National rights.
They fought to defend Amcrlcnn
(lives, American Freedom on the
seaB, and American Ideals of lntor-
. national relationship. If It hnd
iMta tt itmtumtr Jtv
WOUId T goB6
,u lavaded. It It bad boo 'Mr
namanlty alone, they would fewre
answered the Ltfsltantfc's stakta.
Tholr hearts were stirred, TMr
supreme offering was made wtvm
America wan Imperilled; They kre
never to e again Old Glory. auk
llme at home, and Rignnlllng ew
concept of freedom and JturUce
throughout tho world. Hut I pledge
to them this afternoon nn a&sar
nnco In their hearts where their
blind oyes can not convey there
, never shall bo a substitute for the
oiars ana uiripes tney inst Dcneia.-
Whatever their effect In South
llcnd, Indiana, Governor Cox's re
marks on the "governmental ua
dcrhold" of "big business" for the
misuse of Federal troops will neith
er "strike a responsive chord" nor
"scoro big" throughout the United
States generally,- It Is not reaaon
nbly to bo doubted that the aver
age American citizen considers thai
tho use of public force or soldiery
to uphold law and order is a lt-
'nlly important factor In the govern
ment of his nation and state, with
which neither Democratic politics
nor Republican politics haa or
should have, anything to do. Ban
Antonio (Texas) Express.
T. Vfci3t, 'V
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Nobodq thinks anithin now
of gpin awaq on a trip
Select your tires ac
voiding to the roadi
they have to travel:
In sandy or hilly coun
try, whtrevcr the going
1j apt to be heavy The
U. S. Nobby.
For ordinary country
roads The U. S. Chain
Tor front wheels The
U. S. Plain.
For best results
o v o r y w l e r o U. S.
THE railroads were partly
responsible. But it wasn't '
until the automobile reached
its present state of develop
ment that the old barriers
against travel were finally
More people own auto
mobiles today than ever
thought of owning a horse
and buggy in the old days.
That's because the cos of
motoring has been brought
within reach of the average
We look upon it as part of
our job to keep It there. If
it weren't for the trade of
the man with the medium
priced cor there wouldn't be
much in this tire business for
The less a man has to
spend on motoring, the more
important it is that his tires
should be of first quality.
Any tire is not good enough
for the small car owner. He
wants a tire that will give him
just as much for his money
in the small size as the big
car man gets for hiy money
in the large size.
In thinking over what kind
of tires we would represent
in this community we tried
to put ourselves in the
place of the car owner. And
we believe ve hit it exactly
when vo selected U. S.
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W. J. Harlow, Floris, Olda.
Lawson 6 Parks, Beaver, Forgan and Gray, Okla.
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