The Sapulpa Light (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 284, Ed. 1 Friday, September 25, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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TfTiJ SAPULPA LIGHT
That Essential Quality
tfJT While this Bank adopts
■"every desirable method of
Modern Banking it never
loses sight of that essen-
tial quality, absolute
Under U. S. Government
Who (iris Tills Snap
Three good, level lots on North
Heights for $200.<u . Hit owjici ti i *
Kansas City man must have Ui WANTED—A colored woman to cook
money at once or they would not be j t , rV(. experience. No. 20 South
offered at this pric$. Inquire ti :.l;, it ;
] V. ANTED—A faian ^wanted to play
eveuik.s. Inquire at Light
Fine Watch and Jewelry
Kodak and Camera
H. E. RAKEMAN
LEADING JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Kimball Pianos and Organs
Musical instruments and
Claud Hewitt, an Illinois man,
has been at work in the local
Ileitis is sick with typhoid fever, and
today was sent to the hospital at
j The ladies in charge of the Scenic
, theatre today seem to be ai cumulating
| a good sum to add to the library fund,
jit is their expectation to put forth
similar effort each month hereafter.
Quarterly Conference M. E. Tonieiit
i Dr. E. S. Stoekwell. of .Muskogee,
! superintendent of the Kust Oklahoma
I Missionary conference, will conduct
the 4th quarterly meeting at Glynn
| .Memorial church iu Sapul; ,i tonight.
Slock Viirils Fire
| The fire company made a ran ;;> the
last plug on the west last uiu.it. ami
I round that they were still a half mi!
from blaze at the stock yards. The
damage is reported to have been
Furnish'd rooms and board at No.
20 South Oak street.
Mrs. Frank Hoffman.
The Sapulpa Light
By Th0 Light Publishing Co.
Published every day except Sunday
Ten cent* per week. Four dollars per
year in advance.
O. M. I RE LAM, Editor
WILLIAM II. TAFT
For V ice President
JAMES S. SIIHKM l\
«( New V«rk
For Justice Supreme Court
J. T. l)lt KKKSON
For Corporation t'omiiilsioiicr
W. H. REYNOLDS
For United States Senator
DENNIS T. FLYNN
Oklahoma t It)
('. E. CREAUEK
J. H. SIMMONS
Dr. Brimocombe, Dentis,
over American Nat. Bank.
Judge Wm. Dye of police court is
John W. Overstreet was up from
J. F. Yates of Stroud was in the
city Friday on legal matters.
New Ginghams etc. just received
C. D. Green and James X. Gay were
here from Holdenville Friday.
Mrs. J. M. Vanljuulingham of
South Walnut, is reported sick.
Call on Wafuls for t>- : e
out of ten they can match your bail-
or switch, piifT. rats, etc. If no* the y
will order it for you. as it taki n only
eight or ten days to receive It. wit
'■'rank Pierson of Depew, was in Ss-
11 lpa today looking after some land
Dr. Fisher has been spending the
viek at his ranch four miles south of
Mrs. T. B. Slles, of UFollette, Tenn.
la here on a visit to her daughter. Mrs.
ti. A. Smith.
John Faught a clerk at Mail & Co s
|j ibsent from duties today on account
toland Trone of Miller Mercantile
company Is absent from his duties on
account of illnfiui today.
Seth Eb.v, Carl Livingston and 11.
H. Hamilton of Tulsa, came over to-
day to see a live town.
W. C. Wagner, of Osage, a jeweler,
in visiting in this city a few days. His
wife is a niece of Mrs Di. Turner.
Dad Will Take It
Can you do better than this? Dad
Ryan will trade you brand new furni-
ture for your old and pay you the
difference in cash. See dad at hyp
place on East Dewey avenue.
Young man with good educ ation de-
I sires employment of some kind. Cn-
'derstands bookkeeping and fairly good
i in typewriter. Can furnish best of
I references. Address 11. E. Cortt, Gen.
. kinder™rden Association
The Mothers' Club of Sapulpa lias
been transformed into the Kindergar-
ten Association. The members and
all others interested In the Kindergar-
ten movement are earnestly rquested
to meet at the home of Mrs. II. C.
Miller, 107 West Dewey Ave., Satur-
day 4 p. m.
If you want saw dust for sweeping
purposes you can get it at the Sapul-
pa Sash and Door Factory.
The Sapulpa Sash and Door com-
pany are installing some more ma-
chines to keep pace Vith increasing
11. W. Thompson of West Virginia,
who has spent some time with his
brother, Dr. J. F. Thompson, left to-
day for Stewart, l.ee county, Illinois,
where be visits before returning to
WOODMEN IN I'ICNIC
llay of t ontests for Supremacy \ninne
Vis.ltintr Teams H'eucktticc Good
Wit lithe clearing away of threaten-
ing weather, the second day of the
Woodmen's picnic was much more
gratifying that the fii-st.
The attendance at the grounds south
if the city was very good and the at-
tractions first class.
There was a competitive drill be-
tween the teams «fioni Kie fer and
Mounds, and log rolling and tug of
For fresh and salt meats of the best
inality go to Kendall & Simpson.
Penn's old stand. Phone 306.
Dr. Seibert, Osteopoth.
Over post office
See the official Elk emblems at
Hunts Jewelry Store.
oysters at the Bon Ton
l'ure Food Sale
The ladies of the Christian church
.vill give a pure food sale at Smith a
Huffman's tomorrow, Saturday, Sep-
The Hand Will Go
It was decided late this aft. moon
hat the Sapulpa Commercial lull
'••and would accompany the «• :< ursiou
to Okmulgee tomorrow evening. Wi;
two bands on the special it will sure] >
be a lively crowd. About 200 people
.re expected to go from Sapulpa.
oysters at the Bon Ton
The Union Revival
At the Union Prayer Meeting held at
the South Methodist church last even-
ing. those attending decide 1 to n«-ie;n
the services of Rev. Bulgin of Caii-
forr.ia to conduct a Union revival
muting hire commenting about No-
vember 6th. A bin tent with a capa-
Ecir Sale or Trade
A good Oklahoma farm for sale or
trade for Sapulpa property. Inquire
nt Light office. 27;S-6t
Wanted a goenl hat maker wanted.
Apply at Mrs. Capp's milinery store.
A good work linn.' for a driving
horse. Inquire at Light office.
Ten acres for sale in whole or in
2'^ or 5 acre tracts. Close in. See
J. W. McNeil.
SAPULPA ICE CO.
And dealers in COAL. Phone us
your order for best soft coal
N. Poplar St., Phone 121
| IRA M ALONE
1 Established 1898 I'hone 1G3
Ulfice over F, & M. Hank
DR. H. I!. JUSTICE,
Physician anil Surgeon
i New Richie Building I'hone
II. s garland
livsieiaii and Surgeon
General Practice Phone lcj
Rooms 11 If. . Pisiier kichie
City and fount) Maps.
Pse surveyor and Civil Engineer
J. Robert Burnham's City and County
See Dad About It
If you need any household furnish-
ing see Dad Ryan abou it. He will'
have it and will sell it to you cheaper !
than any one else. New location j
first door east of Christian church,
I am now prepared to write bonds
for guardians, administrators, con-
tractors and builders and all kinds
of court bonds.
E. L. Drake,
Room 12 Root & Abbott Bldg
Real Estate, Oil Lands, In vest mi
Offices. Rooms 10 iT Ru-hi,. ]>|
Opposite St. James Hotel
DRS. R1THBRFORD & hi
Physic ians and Surgeons
| Rooms 5 and 6 Odd Fellows Building
FARK ST. North of Dewey.
Opposite St. James Hotel
or ni i• h t
Checks in tire Farmers & Merchants
Bank will make you look more like a
-eal business man. We ifav interest
on time deposits and all deposits are
guaranteed b ythe Guaranty Fund of
the tSate of Oklahoma. Farmers &
FOI ND—Bunch of tight keys. Owner
can have same by calling at this office,
nro.ing property and paying for this
Hive you seen how beautiful Mrs.
.lone s dyed her plumes, flowers and
laec s; even her shoes anil gloves with
the Swedish Dyes to b^ used withqpt
beat or water. Central Drug Co., has
it ti r sale.
You don't throw away bread
! ;hat comes from this bakery. Be-
cause there is never any lclt to
throw. You'll find all the family
Take Kindly to Our Bread
Every member will eat it as if they
enjoyed it. They can't help it. It's
so light, so fresh, so toothsome.
Try a loaf or two of the kind that
vou don't have to throw out.
That's bread economy and bread
BON TON BAKERY,
S f ANFIELD & RUTI1ER I'OKU
ROOMS 7 and 8.
Dr. V. McKEE
Graduate Western Dental Cc
Kansas City, Mo. Special atten-
tion given to crown ancl
Office in I. 0. 0. F. Building
DKS. LYFORI) & I.ONGMIKE.
Physicians ;ind Surgeons.
Office in Garst building. Oil,
phone 127, residence phone 17;:.
Call 1 73 at night
CHILDREN AT HALF PHICE
The Sapulpa Iiiterurban will sell
hall fare tickets for children under
twelve years of age. A twenty
fare pass-book for 50 cents.
Dr. Clara McColIister
Practice limited to chronic diseases
and I tuictioiin) disorders ol women.
Office: Root-Abbott Building, 71-
S.M'I l.l'A, CKI.A.
war between other competing com- city of seating J.UdO people will be
panies. The afTair closes tomorrow, j used. There is gnat need for ueh
The dance each night is enjoyed by!meeting in Sapulpa and gnat things
lovers of the art. I are expected.
Tin: school book de.ii.
t he Seiiool Hook Commissioner'* Itnl-
iuirs I'll popular
A Rood deal of complaint is still
heard by school patrons on account of
he money they have had to put up
or school bouks in order to get their
children tsartfd in school. Although
old books could be exchanged for rew
ones, still the old books could only be
'aken for one half of the purchasing
orice and the remainder had to be
paid in cash. As all books had to hi
changed it has amounted to good deal
to men who have families. When It Is
. onsidered that the commission could
have made a deal so thnt the old books
could have been taken In full payment
for the new ones the democratic ad-
ministration will be a big loser by the
deal that has been made. Also the
old dealers come In for their share ol
trouble. No provision was made I
whereby they could exchange the
books they had in stock.
Thea dealers must get rid of these
books the best way they can. So deal-
eis right here iu Sapulpa have stacks
mounting into the hundreds of dol-
lars. If they get the book compan)
to take tiiem abek they must make a
big sacrifice as the book companies
are selling books not buying them.
In other states book companies iu
orde rto get a five year coulract have
protected tlie dialers and they could j
j have been made to do it here. The i
Fresh oysters opened every day at
the Bon Ton Bake ry.
A Pleasant Afternoon
The Indies Aid Society of the
Christian cTiurch gave the second of a
series of soc ials at tnc pretty horn
"55T CITY and COUNTY MAPS
jj. ROBERT BURNHAMj
Br. H. W. Newman
Vactice Limited to Ear, Nose and
Throat. Odd Fellows Building.
,APt" pa. Oklahoma. £
American Nat'l Hank It
of .Mrs. L. C.
afti moon. AI:
bee:i postpone !
account of t •
rn Han. yesterday
the social had
c. Wedi esdav on
still Quite a ni.e crowd was present,
every one ha\ .
A neat sum
an enjoyable time,
realized and much
goc 1 accomplished in a s.Mial
i hey will compare with
any $5.00 shoe ever shown
alo Street Opera mm
One Wight Only
MARGARET E. WESTFALL
Teacher of Piano
Urnduate and past graduate of three
1 vcars. Pupils public recitals a spcci-
■ 1 Ity. I upils desiring to take instruc-
tions can see Miss West fall at 21s
South Oak. Phone 2ti7
Presents an entire
And a Select Cast
f the Semi-Turkish Spectacular
enie Product i
"Slaves of the Orient"
J. N. Tolle, 1 Milwaukee speculator, imok companies crtainly got a Rood Miss Ewing will also disi
was in Sapulpa Friday 8hrrwd inves-
tors see a safe place for their money
deal out of Oklahoma an
lion is how did they get
gets the belie lit of it.
the ques- j
the original IHrectoire ('own.
■ re \V ednesda
Prwes: 25, ± 5O and 75c
City and Cmnil} Maps.
L'bo surveyor and Civil Kiisiiieer
J. Robert Burnham's City and County
Commercial Club Meetings-
Meets every second Tuesday night
in the City Hall, at S o'clock Di
rectors meet the first Tuesday after-
noon in each month, at Io'clock
at the office of the sccretarv in the
Fisher building.—], A. Boyd
Everybody is welcome at the
Tisrt Pooi HafB
Jack Pottei and Carl Martin
SCHOOL OK MtSIC
CONSERVATORY t.T! Mil ITi:
TK It'llKI! OK I'lV VO
109 SOUTH WALNI'T
I he well L nc\vu horse Weil :t-
will be at S. P. Smith 1
south ol Sapulpa, Thursdays,
days ami Saturdays ol each week.
We pay interest on time deposits.
Wid all deposits are guaranteed by the
Guaranty Fund of the State of Okla-
homa. Farmers & Mercvbants Rank.
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