Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1905 Page: 8 of 8
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AVE OPENED their store to the Public on August 12,
and have proven that their word was as good as a |
bond. This sale has been declared by the sharpest
shoppers as the most legitimate ever visited by |
them and not only did they call again to purchase
but brought their relatives and friends with them and
l^ft^vell satisfied. The Famous regrets their inability of put-
ting in an exclusive ladies ready-to wear stock as anticipated for
this season as it is too late to remodel the store and be ready for
this fall's trade: the many customers they have made in so short
a time have requested them to continue the business to satisfy
the long felt want of a store with good goods and courteous
treatment they decided to gratify the wish of their customers
and are sending their Mr. Frankfurt to market who is the most
experienced buyer in the territory; he leaves on Saturday next
for New York and other eastern markets with cash, to buy new
stock Late comers to market have the advantage of closing
out stocks and buy goods cheaper, also pick up newest styles.
The whole world isalike and the eastern markets are just like
our own home. And you are aware that after the season is over
the goods left are sacrificed, so it is with the manufacturer, they
are already preparing themselves for next spring and sacrifice
all that is left of this season's stock, and consequently Mr. Frank
furt is confident of buying and placing a much superior stock for
less money than any of their competitors in this city and vicinity.
Thanking you for past patronage and hope for a continuance.
Climate and Crop
For the week ending Septem-
Fair and hot weather prevailed |
during the week, when scattered i
local showers occured, with an
accompanying cooler condition,
on the 1st and 2nd.
Hay harvest continued and was
nearing completion, with generlly
a good yield and quality reported.
Eearly corn cutting continued
with a good yield secured, and
crop drying out fast; late corn is
nearly made and promises a good
Cotton was damaged to a con-
siderable extent by hot winds
causing it to shed its young bolls,
and by boll worms, it is opening
ip and picking is becoming gen-
eral, the crop ranges from a poor
to good condition over the sec-
Broom corn, cane, kaffir corn,
millet and cow peas are giving
Late potatoes are up to poor to
good stands, and are generally
Plowing for wheat is about
completed, and harrowing and
seeding is in progress, with some
of the early sown coming up; the
ground is in a fair to good con-
June corn and turnips are do-
ing well, but were damaged some-
what over a few localities, by hot
Fruit is giving poor to fair
yields, with apples still dropping
Range grass is drying up and
water is becoming scarce, but
stock continues in good condi-
Having desolved partnership and desiring to close up our
partnership business we will sell at Public Auction on the
Ned Cheadle farm 1 mile south and 3 miles east of Guthrie on
Thursday, Sept. 14
Sale beginning promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. the following!
Head of horses consisting of a pair of 4-year=old
Oak Orove geldings, i 5=year-old gray mare
well bred to single or double driver, i 3=year
old horse, broke to ride or drive, i half Shetland pony
1 yearling colt out of the gray mare above mentioned
6 head of good grade milch cows, 2 yearling steers,
2 this spring calves,
50 head of stock hogs, consisting of 1 thoroughbred
Poland China boar, q sows to bring pigs soon.
1 spring wagon almost new
1 disc, and other implements too numerous to mention
TERMS OF SALE: All sums under $5 cash, over $5 on 6 months time-
Notes with approved security bearing 8 per cent interest from date required.
5 per cent discount for cash.
R. A. HOLT
J. R. Gist
N, F. Cheadle,
I. B, Levy, President.
S. L. Moore, Vice President.
G. I, Gilbert, Cashier
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK.
PAID OP CAPITAL
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
W. H. Gray, Chas. Seely, S. L. Spurrier,
1: territorial notes
S *'*• mm *-'* * ■> %
The army headquarters will not leave Governor Davis, of Arkansas, is bill-
University of Oklahoma
Opening New Year.
Oklahoma City and go to El Reno as
Muskogee has a $25,000 Baptist
church, which if the contractor didn't
cheat, must be a peach.
James K. O. Young of Lawton,
fell heir to $200,000 property in Lin-
coln Nebraska, right in the heart of
With a daily socialist paper the Pub-
licist, and now the democratic dail>
Tribune, th republicans at Chandler
are being hemmed in on both sides.
It is only a joke on somebody that
Jerry Johnson, editor of the Newkirk
Republicun-News-Journal has to defend
himself in long editorials that he is a
republican. Who is it on.'
Clarence Douglas, editor of the Mus
ed to speak at Tecumseh on the 22nd.
Producers in Illinois are mixing $60
a ton Oklahoma broom corn with their
product and selling it at $90 and $100 a
ton. Ours is the best.
Oklahoma and Indian Territory cot-
ton crop is estimated at 800,000 bales
and the cry is again how to get cotton
Pottawatomie county has a poor
farm under first class management and
finds that paupers have dropped off 75
per cent. Comment is unnecessary.
Miss Nancy Longneckei, of Cashion,
has been elected a member of the mu-
sical faculty of the Oklahoma Univers-
ity at Norman. She is said to be
Because he intercepted a letter ad-
dressed to Miss May Walton, of Okla
kogee Phoenix, may be erratic, but he )loma City, John Walker was arrested
so conducted the report of the double
statehood convention that he received
the thanks of the members, though he
did not agree with them.
It will take Governor Green McCur-
tain of the Choctaw Nation, one year
doing nothing but signing his name to
issue all the deeds for lands to the In-
dians, at the rate of 3,000 per week.
Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gener-
al P. V. McGraw has notified the Chan-
dler postmaster that if the county
roads are not made passable for rural
delivery wagons the system will be dis-
continued. Other counties might take
C. M. Cade, Republican national
committeeman from Oklahoma,
by the authorities and held to await
the action of the grund jury.
Woods county has begun its first
term of county high school at Helena
and everybody is pleased with the pros-
pect of equal education for country
hoys and girls.
If Cad Allard is taken for granted,
Roy StatTord is not "Johnny on the
Spot" when he lams at a base ball. In
a game between Oklahoma City and
Chickasha business men at the latter
place, Roy fell into an editorial mood
and mistaking the bat for his ptn
pumped air vigorously.
Wm. McCartney of Kingfisher, and
Wm. Little of Perry, old friends, have
fallen out. McCartney has a field of
. . corn with stalks 22 feet high, every
pects to return home from Montreal haying three big fcar8; and a3 Lit.
a bo it September 2-n . i rs. a e, | ^ won-t 8tanj anyone else having any-
who has been critically ill of typho.d . ^ jn ^ worW
fever, is convalescent and her physi-
cian believts that she will be able to
travel in a week or two.
thing in the world better than he has,
personal ameneties are off.
F 'ank V. Wright has bought the in-
terest of L. J. Gunn of the Lawton
The first semester at the Uni
versity of Oklahoma opens Sept
12th Tuesday. On Tuesday and
Wednesday the time will be given
up to the enrollment of students
on Thursday the classes meet for
the first time for the assignment
of lessons. On Friday, the 15th
at IO o'clock the formal openin
of the University for the year
takes place and at this time the
President delivers his formal ad-
dress. The public is invited to be
present at the formal opening,
Arrangements have been made
in the last two weeks for giving
personal attention to every new
student who comes to the Uni-
versity. A canvas of the city has
been made for rooming and board-
ing places that can be approved
at the administrative office and a
committee from the Y. M. C. A.
have planned the work and divid-
ed ii so all trains will be ruet and
all new students located in homes
the management approves. Good
board can be secured this year
from $2.25 to $400 per week and
rooms average 50 cents to Si.25
per week. More expensive ac-
commodations in private families
can be secured by those who de-
sire them. Pianos for practice
can be rented at reasonable rates.
Committees from the various
young peoples societies of the
churches have also planned to
assist in meeting the new students.
Everything indicates the largest
enrollment in the history of the
University this fall.
Secretary McNabb of the territorial | Daily News-Republican and now con-
board of agriculture says there are six-1 trols the paper alone. The News-Re-
ty eight nurseries in Oklahoma and six- j publican is one of the foremost papers
teen outside the territory that have of Oklahoma and Mr. Wright is
taken out permits under the new law 1 able and trained newspaper man, of
to operate in Oklahoma. The territory that sterling character that looks after
nui>«ry inspector has completed his the interests of the community he
work, with the exception of a few nur-' lives in fust, and as a natural conse-
tcrie on the west side. iiU9i:j, prjjp ers himself.
The Prohibition Federation of
Oklahoma has held a two days'
convention in this city, at which
Mrs. Carrie Nation was the chief
speaker. The city hail was nev-
er as crowded as Tuesday night
to hear her lecture. She makes
her own characteristic argument,
couched in every day language,
and to many considered rough;
but she attracts by the vehe m
enceof her abuse, which has the
saving grace ot earnestness. Mrs.
Fannie Curtis ot Texas, made a
scholarly plea for temperance
and lectured again on the same
theme in the Christian church.
M. S. Allen and J. L. Chesnutt
of the local organization, made
addresses and did much work
during the convention. The fol-
owing resolutions were adopted:
The Prohibition Federation of
Oklahoma Territory in conven-
tion assembled would place upon
record their sense of the critical
situation of temperance interests
in Oklahoma Territory, especially
ai it exists in Guthrie.
Resolved, First, that, as a pro-
hibition federation, we demand
the same rights as other political
Second, that we denounce the
action of Mayor Duke in insulting
our secretary and treasurer when
making application for the city
Third, that Prohibition federa-
tion recommend that good citi-
zens of Guthrie elect a mayor who
is not a blackguard and a perjur r
aud also that some action ought
to be taken to put such a mayor
out of office and elect one honest
enough to respect the oath of of-
fice and enforce the l w against
the saloons of the city.
Fourth, that we advise all citi-
zens to withdraw their patronage
from all men who sign a saloon-
keeper s license and that it is the
I duty of every citizen to find out
who these men are and regard
them as foes to life, liberty and
the pursuit of happiness.
Fifth, that the Prohibition fed-
eration arrays itself in antagon-
ism against all license parties
anarchists and traitors.
Sixth, that we reconsecrate
ourselves to the cause of Go
and home and native land.
By the committee:
Wm. C. Paden,
W. A. Young,
John L. Chf.stnutt.
S. L. Moore,
I. B. Levy
G. I. Gilbert
First published in the State Register Sep. 7,
In the district court of Logan county, Oklahoma
The Logan County Bank,
vs. > No. 4660
William E. Muse and
Jol.nV. Farwel' & Company
To the above named defendants. William E
Mu^e and John V. Farwell & Company, notice if
hereb given that you have been sued in the
District Court of Log in County, Oklahoma Ter
ritory, by the above named plaintiff, the I>ofi:an
County Bank, and that you must answer the
petition filed by said plaint ff on or before the
l'Jth day of October. 1905, or said petition will be i
taken as true, and that plaintiff has caused to be |
issued in said cause and court a garnishment 4ir ftn
summons to F. O, Lutz of said county and terri- Denver *ow
tory, and that unless the defendants answer the f l Qr.r:nryc ftlOlC
said petition filed by plaintiff, on or before the, UOlO. opntlgS y* J
19th day of October, 1905. a judgment will b« q. t • ft1Q
rendered against you for the sum of eleven hun- ot. L«Oulb • j
dred dollars (11.100.00) its damages sustained b/ M . ,. £26 C5
reason of the premises and for costs of this action. 1\1 lflmc3p0llS j
and applying the indebtedness due you from said
F. O- Lutz, garnishee, to the payment of such
judgment and costs.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and seal of said court this 1st day of Sep-
J H. Norris.
[Seal] Clerk the district court
H. B. Martain, By Florence N. Weirick,
Attorney for plaintiff. Deputy
Limited to Oct. 31
Use Excelsior Broom. Best
made. Manufactured in
WANTED, mm 10MS
A Square Deal.
No Delay When Title is
M. L. MOCK,
117 S. First St. Guthrie, Okl
Sulphur Springs, I. T $5-7o
Salt Lake City $34.60
Deadwood, S. D $31 -75
Spirit Lake, Iowa $24.65
and to many more poicts.
fan the The Kind You Ha*0 Alwa,^ BougM
Reduced Rates Coming
One ivay Colonist Rates to
Washington. Oregon, Idaho, Montana,
Wyoming, Nevada aud Utah.
LOWEST EVER HADE
September 15 to October 31
Complete your plans now. Write for illustrated Booklets and folders
Geo. H, Lee, O, P. A.
Little Rock, Ark,
J. S. McNally, I). P. A.
Oklahoma City Okla
From Sept. 15 to Oct. 3i, one-
way colonist ticket will be sold to
many points in Northwest and
California $25, I > 1 • 1 • 11 g e. Mant
$24.10. Butte, Garrison & Hel-
ena, S24.10. Hutington & Spo-
kane $26.60. Portland and Seattle
$29.10. Philadelphia, I. O.O. F
Sold Sept. 14, i5 and 16, may
be extended for return to Oct. 5th.
Stop overs at Washington and
Denver, G. A, R. Sold Aug. 30
to Sept. 4, may be extended to
Oct. 7. $14 80.
F. J. BEST, Agent
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Golobie, John. Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1905, newspaper, September 7, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111307/m1/8/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.