The Sapulpa Democrat. (Sapulpa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1906 Page: 4 of 9
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Be tore 1
oa our p*
dlro. t. fa
Position by reliable young man.
Can give Iwst reference- N\ ant ad.
But what can you do, young
man i Yt»u ask the world for a
position, and you do not claim to
be qualified for any special liue of
work. There are thousands of po-
sitions open today and a search if
being made for people qualitied to
fill them. L»*ok at your daily pa-
pers, see the number of firms ad-
vertising for hook keepers and sten-
ographers; employment bureaus
are writing the better class of com-
mercial schools to furnish them
with all the graduates they can
Public to Receive Hearing
To Thk Public:
Notice is hereby given that the
Districting and Canvassing Board
in Indian Territory will be in ses-
sion at Muskogee each day from 1
to 5 p. m., duly 24th to 28th in-
clusive, at which time a hearing
will Is* granted to repieseotatives
of communities, prooosed districts
or political parties in the Indian
Territory who may desire to be
heard relative to the apportion-
ment of Indian Territory intotifty-
tive districts for the purpose of
electing delegates to the constitu-
tional convention as provided in
turn out. It is true, there aie the act of Congress June 16, 1906.
thousands of idle people searching
for positions that they cannot get,
because they are not qualified and
the business man who has to take
as much time to show a new hand
what to do and how to do it as it
would require him to do the work
soon seeks some one else.
Young man, learn to do some-
thing, to do it well, and you will
not remain out of employment.
Take a course of bookkeeping and
shorthand in the Capital City Bus-
iness College, Guthrie. Okla.
This popular institution, with its
modern systems and methods, is
receiving far more calls from bus-
iness men and employment bureaus
for its graduates than it can sup-
ply. If you finish their couise
and show yourself a gentleman,
you will be placed in a good posi-
tion within two days after finish-
ing your course. Practically the
same inducements are open to
young ladies who are energetic and
desire to make for themselves an
Joseph A. Gill.
\V. II. Ii. Clayton.
July 14, 1906.
Notice to the Public.
1 wish to announce to the public
1 am still in the dray business and
will lie glad to call for your bag-
gage at any time. I also run my
own individual scavengei outfit
and will tend to calls on abort no-
tice. Phono 151.
Yours for business,
L). J. Nichols.
Resolution of Respect.
Wiikkkas, It has pleased an all-
wi*e ami merciful (md to take fiom
our midst, 11. K. McNutt, our l»e-
loved brother, therefore, Is* it
Rksolvkd that thi* lodsre ha-
lost one of it* most valuable mem-
bers, and that we, a- broth ilim d
trainman, deep'y lenient ,«• l< -
of our brother; Is- it further
Kksolvkd, that this lodge con j
vey to the family of our dec* i-'*d
brother our heartfelt sympathy i"
this then sad hour of hercavnient, *
and commend them to the care and
mercies of Him who docth all!
things well, and further it
I HE BEST MEN
in town, or most of them, pay bill
bv cheek*. It hei|
h.-lps to *ave money and is the
Call up 121 if you want the ice
wagon to stop at your house. Ice
can be had at the office on North
Poplar street at all times.
The Democrat $1 per year.
The first issue of the Oklahoma
Constitution, successor to the Tul-
sa Times, came to oui desk last
week. It is owned and edited by
J. G. Galemore formerly of Salis
bury, Mo. Mr. Gallemore is a
newspaper man of experience and
from the appearance of the first
issue of the Constitution we are as-
sured that the paper will be a cred
it to the community. New ma
chinery will be added, the paper
improved in every way and will
be Democratic in politics. Y\ e
wish the new management success
as well as the eause he champions.
How about that hotel?
The Democrat #1 per yeai.
Kksolvkd, that a copy of these
resolutions Ik* spread upon our
minutes and a c »py forwarded to
the family and a copy to the pres*
C K. Buioance.
C. K. Huff.
E. S. Pkleobk
Sapiilp-i Ltslgc 61b B. of K. T.
up to-date way. Come now and
start an account. If put eff you
SPEND MONEY j
that might la* saved. Your mon-
ey is perfectly safe here and you i
can g*“t it any time, but it i*ea>ici
to add to it and save than when in
; your pocket.
Haiitles io. if,, 25 & 30c
Gas Cook Stove.
Also plates tor anj <.«>t tove.
harness hoi sr: or . ;u no»ii!\\i.5T
Locks frmi 20c to $2.25
The following is the program, d«»edc A1SJH
to l»e given at thed<*dieation of the FARMERS AINU
Christian Church Sunday.
11 ylull by roninvKitliou.
Ifcxlleatory a*l*lr« >s by S. K. Hawkins of
Hymn. "Bles* the Lord."
Remarks by vlsltlni; pastors.
Dosolo?y and benediction.
In preparation of above program
special attention has been given to
brevity, that the service may not
be needless prolonged.- A. M.
IRA n A LONE,
OFFICE OVI-R F.aml M. BANK.
1 You Buy Groceries \
And We Sell
Good Groceries Cheap
In assuming charge of the grocery store formerly
owned by Elliott Bros., we wish to annouce that
we will handle nothing but first class goods aud
will give honest weights and measures. Our ex-
perience in the grocery business covers several
years and therefore we know what to buy. We
will be pleased to serve you because we know we
can and will please you. Give us your orders.
Ripley & Faught t
Elliott’s Old Stand. £
We offer One Hundred lMlar* Reward for
any i-aae of Catarrh that cannot la- cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
K. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned, have known I' .1. Che
ney for the last 15 yearn, and bellove him Per-
fectly honorable In all tm*lnc*s transaction*
and financially able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by hUtiriu. '
Wai.oi.no. Rinnan & Marvin
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, act
lng directly upon the blood and mucous sur-
faces of the system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Inuu-
Take Hall's Pills for constipation.
i N. E. Chapman
Sapulpa Carriage *
Oldest Establishment of its Kind in the City.
Fine Carriage aud Buggy Work. Horse-
shoeing. Any kind of blacksmith and plow
work. V\ e guarantee all our work to be
first class and we are prompt.
South Main. S. N. TERRY, Mgr.
New : Livery : Stable!
The undersigned have leased the Harper Feed Yards and
will conduct a first class livery and feed stable.
GOOD TEAMS AND FINE RIGS.
Keasonable prices and first cla*s accomodation* is what
we propose to give to the public. Veterinary work in
connection, by K K. FULLER, Veterinary Surgeon.
R. R. FULLER, Mgr., Sapulpa.
With the idea of completely out-
doing anything they evei attempt
ed in the way of giving big enter-
tainments, the Miller Bros., own-
ers of the lol raneb at Bli*a, Okla.,
are this year making the prepttra
tions on a more elaborate scale
than ever liefore. They expect
larger crowd* to attend the anni-
versary celebration of the Cheor-
kee strip opening on Septemlier 15
and 16th, than ever liefore visited
the ranch and to take care of this
immense gathering of people, arc
neither s|>aring time nor expense
to make this, which will be their
lust entertainment, the greatest
success of all.
Following the dedication of the
Christian Church next Sunday, will
begin a series of services t<> which
the public are cordially invited and
which we desire shall be spiritual-
ly helpful to all. Evangelist Rand-
olph Cook will he with us and this
means some sermons of a very
high character during the meeting.
—A. M. Harral, Pastor.
Our old friend Col. C. A. Speer
brought us in some fine roasting
ears, not little early sweet corn but
cars a ftmt long that lie picked in
his corn field. I le says that wheth-
er it rains any more or not lie will
have fifty or sixty bushels of corn
to the acre. Hiscotton is fine and
altogether he is a pretty well sat
The city marshal and the dog
catchers have been busy aiming the
dogs latelv. Occassionally the
marshal takes a bunch out and ex-
ecutes them. We notice flic ab-
sence of a lot of mangy curs on the
The Frisco will run an excursion
train to Oklahoma City Sunday on
account of Itall game lietween
Leavenworth and Oklahoma City.
Train will leave Sapulpa at 7:30 a.
m. and returning will leave Okla
boms City at 7 p. m. Hound trip
Es'« blished in 1898,
W. ELMER THOMPSON,
SAPULPA, INI). TER.
Cleans Pianos and Organs.
Reasonable Prices. Work
Leave Orders at Rakeman's Jewelry Store
Ben Hur Flour
Is still in the lead. The more it is tried the better
it is liked. We are
Of it every day, which i* a guarantee of its quality.
Is also in the lead in that line.
B. M. VanOrman
PHON E 91.
l HAVE YOU TRIE
THE NEW DRUNK
A. L. LINDSEY,
i tr . . # %
i Manufactured by Sapulpa Bottling Wt
Made entirely of fruit juices and herbs, there-
foie strictly pure, delicious and healthful.
Rhone I2G for a Ctise Today
ft -w ^ *sx *r *r ’■s* it ft w '•x rr ft imrr *s* *•*
Office in Soliss Building,
SAPULPA, ✓ - IND. TER
R. B THOMPSON.
Attorney At Law.
Practice in all courts. Office
in Butt building. Room* 1,
2, and 3.
SAPULPA ICE COMPAN
-: MANUFACTURERS OF :
PURE CRYSTAL 1C!
If you want ice delivered to your door call
up Phone 121. ice can be had at office
any time Don’t forget our location
N. Poplar Street Phone i
E. b. HUGHES,
Attorney At Law,
Sapulpa, I. T.
Rjx.ni* 10& II. Ilutt KuIIiIIiik
Phone No. 159.
ABSTRACT - AND - LOAN . MAN
1 have only complete Mneknger record*
In Siipulpa District. Clt.v Itmns on easy
term*. Money to Imy ImlLtn Ittnil*.
The City Meat Markc
The old reliable City Meat Market is again d(»iug busi-
ness at Bennter’s old stand, where I will be pleased to
meet all my old customers a* well a* new. Everything
in the meat line.
G. R. WILLIAMS, Prop.
NORTH MAIN ST. S A PULP-'
llll IT IILDO
SAPULPA. I. T
Leave orders for scavenger work
LY FORD .SL LONG MIRE,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Box 508 Sapulpa, 1 T n,one 12;
offer* hi* pr. .ft-vilomil service* to
the people of .supnlpit ami vicinity.
All call* promptly an*wcro<l .lay or
nlirlit. lllH<-t* in ilutt •■ulItJIriK.
SAPULPA. I. T
The Democrat for fine job won,.
We hidkt* il a speei
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The Sapulpa Democrat. (Sapulpa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1906, newspaper, July 19, 1906; Sapulpa, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1470638/m1/4/?q=%22new-sou%22: accessed August 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.