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Oklahoma City a fine section of country. A rail-
While some 300 Oklahomans road company boomed this place -are summering in. Colorado we a few years aero and then built e enjoying ideal Colorado 11 miles south, passing Elk City weather and staying at home, and Soyre, so Berlin had to die. 60 isn't bad for July. But we have a good school and a Farm reports from all over the good church of Christ growing state are highly encouraging de- fast; these are what held me here. spite the knocker who is always We also have a healthful climate. drying to spoil something. Twenty years ago I left old The Oklahoma Launder's Asso- Jackson County, Tenn., and went 'dation was in session here this to Texas and stayed 4 years; then week. back to Tennessee and ' stayed 5 A cracker firm from Iowa are years; then I crossed back into preparing to put up a $150,000 Texas for 3 years; thence to Ok- Jiouse here at a very early date. Iahoma, so we have been in Okla Beginning August 21st Oklaho- homa for 8 years. ma City's post office will be a U. I like to see the names of old S. Postal Savings Bank. .It was friends relatives in the Herald, jm . . . S I m m mm "w a one oi the nrst ten nrst class sucn as T. r. Jackson s wite s offices chosen by the government, brother, and T. H. Chaffin , and Bill Tilghman, a close friend family, who are our dear child of Bat Masterson, is Chief of Police here and bids fair to make j the best 'one the city has ever had. Bishop Wm. A. Quayle attend- ren ; also Miss Mabel Aytes, whom I wish would write me a letter and tell me whose daughter she is for I don't know her. We had a sure drouth this year :go. . The national convention of the Spanish War Veterans will be held in this city Aug. 21-23 in clusive. Several prominent men will be here. "Major General Leonard Wood, head of the U. S. army, has promised to be here -providing Congress adjoudned "before that time, and that is practically conceded now. Last Friday morning atter a big rain at Coalgate it was re ported that early risers found the irround covered with small fish Regulates the bowels, promotes easy natural movements, cures constipation Doan's Regulets. Ask your druggist for them. 25c a box. Greenville, Missouri I am a Tennessee girl, my fath er came to Jackson county when and one party it is claimed gath- I was just three years old and lived there till we came to Mis- soun, except two years we lived on Blackburns Fork where Bill Whitson now lives. I went to the school in a little house called Post Oak near Dick Pippin's. Louis Bradford I was my teacher. I wonder if God has blessed him to live and honor his ered up a bucket full. One of our senators who lives at Edmond had a new visitor at his house some time ago and he wanted to know the youngsters weight so he got the ice man's scales and weighed him, he . tip ped them at 65 pounds. How is that for weight? A-Mr. Macougherty over at good name. I guess the most Muskogee was bitten by a dog of the girls and boys who I went some time ago and in the suit for to school with there have passed damage it was brought out that over the river. the dog had a very peculiar, dis- My maiden name was Fox. I ;position as he had been raised on was married- in 1880 to E. C. human milk, and that he was al- Brown, and we came to Missouri most as selfish, as a child. ' in 1898; five children were iborn To the friends of Miss Kate in the home. Farriss I will say she is no long- Come on, you two Cane Creek er Miss Farriss. She left for girls. i v 1? J? - - I n r T 1 1 . . ner new nome in auiorma mis ivirs. uanun, your, letters are week. The happy event took fine. People tell me you are Rev. place at Stratford July the 5th. H. D. Phillips. : - y Berlin, Oklahoma v As someone h sending me the Herald and we know not wno i thought I would write a few lines for publication, hoping some might be glad to hear from these parts. Our town is very small, but in Mat Judd's daughter. Wheat threshing is the order of the day here now. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling McBroom and children visited the llwriter Sunday. Can anyone tell me who .the two witnesses are that are spok- j en of in Revelation: also when the kingdom of Christ will be set fe -Q Q Qflf ffiffi Pflr' COO 1 WW Special Sale to Introduce THE LATEST IMPROVED QT A ITF A HDH TTTMT?ir - A 8 - m m - - ii m ww i nr inn ii wm mm m m TALIONG MACHINE Special Sale Price ed the fifty-second annual camp- until about 2 weeks ago the rains meeting of the Chicago, district came good and. plenty, but early camp group association, at Chiga- corn, oats, and wheat were al ready ruined. Late corn, cotton and feed stuflrare doing fine now. We are in Roger Mills County adjoining the Pan Handle of Texas. Last year our country had lots of fruit, but this time the fruit crop is short. W. C. Aytes. 4p- '$8? EACH - One Only to . - Every Purchaser All that is reguired to secure this beautiful high grade $25 machine at this iow price is that you pur chase with each machine only 27 Standard Double Disc Records at 65c each. This double disc record is the equal of any record made. Music on both sides. " M. H. BORDEN Cookeville, Tenn APPALACHIAN EXPOSITION KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE September 11 to October 1 Jewelry and Stationery- Air - i ?x-, ,tr' 3y&1&W&S t t ' "fc txif' tit"-, ySi a a 1 1 l Main Building Containing 80,000 Square Feet of Exhibit Space. A Most Magnificent and Novel Exploitation of Resources of the Entire Appalachian Region $50,000 In alluring attractions varying In variety. Innumerable high class Midway Features. Aviation tournament. Panoramic presentation of th historic spectacle, "Battle of King's Mountain," In peerless pyrotechnics. $35,000 In premiums for live stock, horticultural and agricultural tils plays, poultry and pet stock, automobile and horse racing, and every con. celvable line of Industrial and commercial enterprise. -. , 7te most, complete exhibit of timber and mineral products of the South that has yet been assembled. President Taft, Speaker Champ Clark, Gov. Woodrow Wilson, Gov. Jud son Harmon, Gov. Ben W. Hooper, Col. William J. Bryan and many other men of national and International fame will be guests and speakers. Remember the Dates, September 11 to October 1 namember th Railroad Rates, Th Boat Evor Glvan To Any ' Exposition 8 8 8 up r Mrs. ti. a. brown.