Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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Good Dirt Roads Lead to Good Towns and Good Farms. They Stand lor Prosperity and Home Enterprise
I HER REGISTER.
Ll THKR. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, SKPT. 10,
He Gets Away.
Elmer Hitohue, well known
here i3 again up against the law
for horee stealing. It has onlyj
been a couple of months since he
finished a term In the penitentiary
for this offence.
Several horses have been stolen
In the vicinity of Holdenville re-
cently. Farmers organized to
catch the thieves when tfforts of
county authorities proved fruit-
less. Regular possees were for-
med, headed by a leader. Mem-
bars were fu• ly armed and pur-
suit of suspects was begun.
Following a recent theft when
several horses were taken, a posse
began a pursuit of Hitchue, who
was suspected. Hitchue was
fleeing on a horse, and posse
members were similarly mounted
The chase led toward Oklahoma
City. The fleeing man was rid-
ing hard and members of the pos-
se were unable to overtake him
until Friday night, when he was
sighted near Witcher.
Darknoss was approaching
when Hitchue was eeen, and be-
fore he could be overtaken and
captured, he made his way into a
field, hiding himself in a thicket.
Members of the pursuing party
surrounded the field intending to
camp until morning and then
close in on their victim beating
the field until Hitchue was found.
However, Hitchue had other
plans. At about 4 o'clock Sat-
ufd ay morning, just as darkness
was beginning to merge into light
Hitchue crawled from his hiding
place, and through the line of
pickets. He was observed by
Bob .Tones, leader of the posse,
as he crawled along, but Jones
believed the escaping man to be 5
one of th * pos o, using the steal- ^
thy method vi getting about in
ocder t< not i arm the concerned A
Jones did not challenge him. •
However, when the figure had j X
gone a safe distance and leaped | £
i;p' n the bac!' of a horse, Jones
3,1 am 3d olher numbers of the ®
poiae. Hitchu9 had so good a ®
start, though, that he was out of | 2
sight before the posse members I g)
could saddle their hoi'se3. £3
WE provide an absolutely sate
place to deposit your noney.
WE are not ^n experiment but
a grown.really existing reality
WE return your money (all of
it) on demand.
■JiVE are prosperous and progres
' give and MERIT WINS.
« ' «
WE give you beat of service as
the result of Jong experience
WE do not mimic, or meet, but
create, originate and raise.
WE have the largest capital,
surplus and profit account of
any bank in this region.
The First National Bank
, GINGRICH & S0N t
Luther State Bank.
Surplus (earned)., 3,500
W. J. ARTHUR, Pres. 1 C. ARNETT, Vice Pres.
JOHN RINEAART, JOHN BEDNAR,
Cashier Ass'c Cashier.
Its depositors are protected by the guarantee fund of the
jjjtate of Oklahoma
State of Oklahoma,
This is to certify that the luther State Bank, of
Luther, Oklahoma, has complied with the laws of this
State for the protection" of Bank depositors, and that safety
fo its depositors is guaranteed by the Depositors Guaran-
ty Fund of the STATli OF OKLAHOMA. In testimony
whereof the State Banking Board has caused this eertifi •
cate to be executed by its chairman and attested by its
secretary under its official seal, and delivered by the Bank
Commissioner of the State of Oklahoma.
Done at the City of Guthrie, this lftth of February,
in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and
eight, and of the Independence of the United States, the
one hundred and thirty-one. Geo. ^- Bellamy,
Chairman of the State Banking Board
Roy C. Oakes, Secretary of the State Banking Board
Luther State Bank, of Luther, Okla.
Makes Farm Loans, Chattel
Loans, Writes Insurance.
Does a General Banking Business
We pay 4 per cent jntepest on Time Deposits.
•Your business respectfully solicited. Deposits Guaranteed
COME DOWN AND VI-S1T WITH V.S, FOR
WE HAVE .SOMETHING TO INTEREST YOU
HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR FALL LINE Of
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Scliooi Dresses. |
We have juht received a nice line of Ginghams, Percales, *
Dycks and Calicoes. Also the famous *
"BUFFALO BRAND" OVERALLS j
and Jackets. A complete line of Mens' Work Shirts to which j
we invite your attention. *
We will be pleased to uhow you our goodland trust to your £
good judgment that you will buy. Your Re pt.
WHICH YOU WILL SEE IN OUR WINDOW
AND IT IS ALL NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.
COME IN IT WONT COST YOU A CENT
To LOOK OVER OUR ASSORTMENT,
School House Cost.
There have been a few who
have asked what the new school
house cost We interviewed the
board the other day on the sub-
ject. There were several
putin fur the erection of thejgj
building and all of these were A
S12.000 with the exception of the 9
bid of John Alexander, whose i *
bid was SO,000. This bid was, ^
accepted and Mr. Alexander lost £
82,000 on his contract. There | S
was only 88,000 voted for build -! ®
ing purposes, but this would not j ®
build the kind of a house the *
board wanted, and they exceeded i £
their authority by Si,000 and then 11
sold the old building for S700.
While the building cost S9
we got a 812,000 house to
WE WILL ALSO HAVE A COMPLETE LINE
OF THE BEST QUALITY OF
FILL AND WINTER
ON OUR SHELVES IN THE NEAR FUTURE
WHICH WE FEEL SURE WILL PLEASE.
BoYS IF YOU NEED A NEW SUIT AND Do
NOT WANT TO WAIT FOR US To ORDER.
Do NOT FORGET OUR
Shield Brand Glethin§
NOTED FOR STYLE AND QUALITY.
s 1 Tli8 Best--(TOlflen M Flour.
! £ The best on the market; a delight to the bread ma-
I 9 ker and the one who eats it.
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A NEW AND EXCELLENT LINE |
| Mens Overalls and
| Fall and Winter Underwear |
| WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE |
| SCHOOL SUPPLIES !
f We have a Variety of Notions, %
t * f v
X Candy, ?ce Cream Cigars and obacco. |
I Give us a call and surprised at our low prices. *
I LYDIA & FREDA MEYERS.
Monday was Labor day. It | There was a splendid rain Sat-
was not observed in Luther far- urday evening, and it will do
ther than the bank, postoffiee and much good in bringing out the
rural carriers taking a day off. pastures and also for the cotton.
There are no labor organizations The lint of the cotton will be
here. In the city there were pa- longer aud many bolls will open
rades, picnics and speeches. up that were counted a loss.
Chas. Simmons had a saddle. Koss Lovell, who has been
stolen from his barn Friday night making a summer, of it in the
«.p*a<«O'KK*t>Ki+O*D4,cit0+Q*O*Q mountains and towns of Colorado
£ Have vou seen or heard an
Just Two Rains.
Since June first we have had
just three rains that were heavy
enough to cause the water to run
off the house roofs. As the last ,
rain occurred on Sept 4, we vir- | We have heard nothing lately
tually had only two rains in three I about the removal of the Katy
months. It speaks well of the ; depot to the new track, nor any-
Oklahoma soil to know that we ! thine a' outthe I't. Smith & West-
L. Gingrich Son 11 phonograph.
have raised about a three-fourth? [ em running over the old track,
crop under these conditions.
The show that was here Mon-
day had a ball team among the
actors. They played the Luther
colored team Monday afternoon
a game of five innings with the
result of 9 to 0 in favor of Luther.
1 Have your.
1 carry them for sale on
easy terms. Come in.
W. H. McCUTCHEN,
Tnc Family Druggist.
3 .>0 :p+0<>Q*0*Q*K: +0 +0*
| ( returned home Saturday, in or-
jder to get ready for his school.
The rest of his party will not get
in for about two weeks.
This is the time of year for Side
Bills. Call at this offi 3e if >"' u
need e.ny and get our prices.
•md Mrs. Partin were at the t i y
§ I ,
ti Ernest Davis and wile w-n a
' j Wtllst hi Monday.
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Tennant, E. F. Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909, newspaper, September 10, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc140740/m1/1/: accessed November 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.