The Sapulpa Light. (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 157, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 28, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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THH SAFDLFA UQHt
The "Summer Girl" awaits you at
all cigar store#
That Essential Quality
^TT While- this adopts
Ti every desirable method
of Modern Banking, it
never loses sight ot that
essential quality, abso-
Under U. S. Government
Some extra good values in Shirt
i Waists Wednesday and Thursday at
I Kui kers.
Everything to Wear for Men and Boys
The most popular girl In the city
Is the "Suranur Girl."
l r. 0. ( . Selbert, Osteopath. lows
Burnett Addition Is srllinp fast- See
any real estate man for bargains.
"Summer Girl" will make you
All < lgar stures.
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j, \OTFS ANI> 1'HltSOMAIS 4-
+ * -i- + -i- + -i- + * + * * *
c Wootmau transacted business in
,,-OK nV:NT Four furnished rooms.
Call 114 South Poplar street.
Good.SOS :uige«. prices lowest. New
Fur nit tup Store, 1st door north ot the
First Hat. Bank.
Mrs ihill left today for her
lDme in koi'iett after a two weeks
,.sit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
KOlt HUNT—Two furnished or un-
furnished rooms. Modem and close
In. l hono 240.
See tli' best Una of refrigerators at
,e least money at the New Furnleure
tore 1st door north of the First Nat.
R l> .Hammond of Detroit, is
among the eastern visitors here this
| of school boards and others interest-,
.,d in promoting the welfare o£ the I
I schools, it is pointed out that a state j
j wide organization of this character
'could have much influenie in educa-
tional legislation, as other organiza-
tions have in regard to matters in
1 which they are interested.
! Another suggestion of almost iden-
I tleal character has been received from j
State Superintendent B. a Cousins of
Austin, Texas, who would make the
organization of interstate scope, as
i well as having state organizations in
itach state. He has suggested that it
should ha called the Southwestern I11-
| terstate School Men's association.
| Superintendent Cousins believes that
state organizations of that character
could have influence In legislative mat
j ten beyond its owii state, and that
I if a measure proposed In Texas had
the solid backing of the organisation
in this state it would help out its
chances very materially.
Superintendent Cameron is heartily
In accord with this Idea and It is cer
tain that some movement of the sort
Do You Know
That the Witch
Makes New Feet
IF YOU DON'T, TRY IT
Now that the Eas
ter ruah is over
you can feel easy
in buying. The
new creations in
Tans, Greens and
Grey are here for
The low cut
shoes are just
smiling your sat
hosierv & neck-
wear are just as
snappy as has
ever been shown
See us, the store
from whence the
new things come
I'Established 1898. Phone 1«*
Office over F & M. Bank
JOS. IIRl'NKH Jt CO.
Real Estate, Oil bands, Investment.
Office Rooms 16-17 Richie Bid a
Opposite St. James Hotel
Real Estate. Farm Loan.
ON SALE AT
Odd Fellow Bldg.
Outfitter for Men and Boys
W. L. McEWEN.
Weeks and Sob
Makes Abstracts, writes Insurance,
Does Notary Work, Rents Houses ani
Loans money on farms.
Office over the Union Hardware Store
Two Barber Shops
THE TI Rf "IK EAGLK
North Main St North Main St
West Side East skl°
We try to please everybody in barber
work. Loan office at the Eagle. Dia-
monds a specialty.
JACK POTTER, Prop.
W V> tfciuffman of Topeka Is In
wn 011 busineaa.
will be started at the coming conven-
M Dunlap of St Louis is in town.
Mr, lUce is visiting friends In Ok-
Call Wednesday and Thursday and
Ket a $1.75 to $'-'.50 shirt waist for
$1.69 at Ruckers.
Mrs Unpo. *111 be hostiss to the
la.liiMii club this afternoon
Mrs Con Wright of Denver, Colo..;
in the city visiting friends.
K C. Groover srived today from (
We call special attention to our
! shirt waists choice in window Wed-
nesday and Thursday for $1.69 at
\ Sew ltark l'«r 1111 Old One lion It
U Berliner. of New York! was a
.lsiriess visitor here today.
V Winters is iu town a few days
im OoflojrMllc. K.is.
(an Be Done in Sapulpa
TV back aches at times with a dull
indescribable feellne. making you
weary and restless; piercing pains j
shoot across the region of the kidneys.
and again the loins are so lame to.
sloop Is Agony. NO use to r b or ap-
plv a plaster to the back in t s cordi
tion. You cannot reach tV.e cause. .
! Kxchange the bad back for a new and
T M I Bison, formerly of Lamar. ,lvlI|f ln i>aw,iee. Okla .
> today closed a deal for 100 feet sa^.g. ..jjy w(fe was ln poor health tor
,row,d at Uuden and McLeod ibou, R year and complained a great
on the former street. He deal of a weak back In some manner
m ,n* trtAnov Pills were brought to
loct* tu erect cottages for rent
>1111 Go to St. Ion''
C \v Hooker and the little
aeai ui a
Doans Kidney Pills were brought to
her attention, and she procured a sup-
plv Since using them she has been in,
much better health. I glad* endorse!
^ . . !the remedy that brought about this
ughte. of Mr and Mra. Frank A t. e her cond|t|on."
who were bitten Saturday by a ^ ^ moie pr0of like this from
ppaiedly u.ad dog belonging to the ( ^ ^ C,R„ „ Whltaker's
okcre probably will be sent to . 1 store and ask what customers
U1H this cvf ning or tomorrow for
atmcnt. not because the victims are 1 ^ ||t|e b> all dealers. I'rice 50
present suffrrin* any III effects as a I K„S|P1 .Milburn Co.. Buffalo
suit of being bitten, but as a pre- ^ York agentg for the Vnited
ulkrtiaiy nicasui-e. sutes
11 e*og was immediately killed and Homembfr the name—Doan's— and
, a|tme and brain sent to the Okla- nQ othfr
,ma uni«eratty for examination
Wallace-Miller Really Co
Daily Sale and Trade Bulletin
No. !>. 5-Room house. 100ft lot on
| cast lliilisou Ave. Terms if desired
>«. 10. 6-Room bouse with good barn,
lot 100 ft. by 1*0 ft. located in south
Wood lawn.. Street car line will be
j within two blocks. I'rice *->.«.'><U>0,
i one-half cash, balance in one ><' r.
>o. 11. 5-Room house, lot .i0xl 0. in
Wood lawn Addn. near passenger sta-
>o. 12. 6-Room residence with Sift 1
lot on Walnut St. cheap at #3.2.'>0JM.
>, . 18. lots in block 4. Woodlawn |
to be sold at once, cheap for cash.
\o 11. lots in south Mood lawn, <>
to# 10 |n r front ft. Terms if desired.
These lots are well located and will
lie close to car line.
>o. IS. lots In McAllister additiou
at #200 to #400 per lot. The best bar-
train> no>* available.
No. 4666. 120 acres 7 miles east of
llaldenwlle. 40 acres prairie and Ml
acres limber, will trade for good ren-
tal residence or business property.
>o. 1671. 240 acres bottom land in
Okfuskee t o_ r.iw land, but all tUI-
able, t ash price #«,600. F.nc. #1HHI.
WALLACE-MILLER REALTY CO.
Ottice Over First National Bank
SAY MIS TER, when your wife wants some gro-
ceries, have her call up phone 321 and get con-
J. M. PAYNE, The Grocer
where you can get what you want in of
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
Cream ot Wheat Flour, the best in the city
Denton Bldg. E. Dewey
Checks in the Farmers & Merchants
Bank will make you look more like a
real business man. We pay interest
on time deposits and all deposits ar#
guaranteed by the Guaranty Fund of
the State of Oklahoma. Farmers &
For a cool, sweet smoke, try Mel-
rose cigar. Made and sold in Sa-
For staple and iaucj groceries go to
Harper brothers A brand new stock j
East l ee Avenue.
Burnett Addition is the prettiest |
residence property in the city.
Glenwood addition is most beautiful-
ly located, lots for a siiort time only
4 and 5 dollars per foot, will ^e worth
Is and 9 dollars per foot in ltis than
12 months, on monthl* uayments. See
Whitaker, the druggist
We pay interest on time deposlw
and all deposits are guaranteed by tht
j Guaranty Fund of the State of Okla
| homa. Farmers ft Merchants Bank.
Music r.essons Free
With each piano purchased during
the month of April, tiie Holt I'iano
company will Hive a term of music
lessons free. Holt! Piano Company at
Burnett Addition is the prettlesi
residence property In the city.
The Melrose has an aroma that
floats. On sale at ilsar stands.
AIKOS Js WALTERS
All Kinds of Cleaning up Work
Singer Sewing Machine Agency
J. E- WILLIAMSON, Mgr.
Two doors N. American Nat'l Bank
0. P. SHAFFER
Heal Estate, Fire and Tornado ani
Your Business Solicited
11 1-2 West Dewey Sapulpa, Okla
Rice, The Florist
CUT FLOWERS AND PLAITS
Green House 13 M. Birch st. Ph#ae 517
See the Burnett Addition if you
want choice lots.
Why pay 7 and 8 dollars per front
foot for residence lots when you can
buy lots in Glenwood Addition for 4
and 5 dollars per foot on monthly pay-
I ments. See Whitaker. the druggist.
Put No. 541 in Your Tele
H. F. MITCHELL'S
See the handsome line of fans purs-
<g and bail ornaments. All new and
i.p-to date at Hakemans' Jewelry store |
twaf * tdv «s,d to show you our
Guthrie, Okla. M'ril
Hepa should be taken at the coining
country life convention to organiie a
permanent school men a association
cf woik lor the upbuilding of the
,ohool inleicsta of the state and th
Pouthweat I" the suggestion that has
l,eeo made to Stale Superintendent E
l>. C.amsson l>> Senator U K Ta> lor '
Of Chickasha- The idea Is to have It
modeled in a general way along the
tins af ttie school land lessees organl-
latluu «r the Farmers' union. It
would not bi coullned to school
l< ache is. but would Include memKit
Some Sapulpa Bargains
. . a liver. Ilarii in the State of Oklahoma, COB-
Me have the hes. ^ con|rilllill, thf ,.„„re cab
line "of ttu.Tand handllnu all Funerals. Has JO M' Mhe WW ««
IS-Thatl"-;; ^Jle vehicles and ha, inde-
::i Tkirr;::r: -
consideration of rendering the public first class service and
elegant business. h.,e residences
For properly close in see
from to ♦MHW.Wt. i(
,Vc are selling the best addition lots in the city cheap and on
desired. It means money to >o« to see us In fori >i«u bu)
McNEEL & HAWKINS
Phone 89 Room 18 Carst Bldg. Box
We also have some small tracts close in at reasonable
ARNOLD & CLEM
Modern five-room cottage in itur-
uett Addition, t urner lot. New
mid beautiful location. I'rice
Mce lot three blocks from passen-
ger station. BWxISO. Bargain at
#12 per foot.
l.eod five-room house on corner
Three blocks from passenger sta
tion. Lot Wxlitt. *1.*«0.00.
Uood ealifht-room house on car
line. 7J> feet fnmt. I heap at
t.ood eight room house 11 l>ewe.v
Vte. two Mocks from Main, tor
ncr lot 100*16*. W^00.00.
2M acres of land at #1" l«r acn'
We make a speclalt} of wrilinu
tin- and tornado Insurance.
\o. T. I'ewey. l'hone 1«1
When you buy it at Van Ormani
you may know that it Is good.
Van Orman the old reliable, is sti.l
doing business on South Main street.
He keeps what you want in groceries.
Burnett Addition is selling fast. See
any real estate man for bargains.
Van Orman s phone number la 9'
Phone him for what you want to eat
and he will do the rest. f\
wt 11 VYF: KATCHKH 011
Some attractive bargains In real estate
for the man that is seek in* a home or
|« looking for a profitable invest-
mi nt for hi- money.
I.ots in Faraham Addition at 'hi-
tlme can l>e purch« ed at W.«« l«'r
front foot. These are fuli l«t
,V)n150 and 2(1 feet In the allies. I omt
once and see F A It N HAM'S ADDI-
I ( r\HMI the Weill Estate Man,
Suite 208 >ew Kinir Bld'g. Offlct
l'hone No. 21B. Kes. MM.
Burnett Addition is selling fast
any real estate man for bargains.
One pair of Fairbanks scales in good
repair. See S. N. Terry.
Call for Warrants
All warrants issued on or before
; Nov. 10 190S are now payable.
J. E. Rice, City Treasurer.
1 WANTED—1'osition by experienced
I bookkeeper and office man. Hest
1 erence. Ad J. M. I1- O. "56. ( it>- V
Hand in Names
Persons who expect to enter the
, floral parade on Thursday of Greater
m I.. |«. Praam Aa I Sapulpa celebration week will pleas-'
Sapulpa Ice ureim vo. i hand ln mmes u once t0 pr08ident «r
1 secretary of the Commercial club. The
parade Is open to Individuals, socie-
ties and lodges.
Will pack and deliver one quart or
more of Ice Cream. Shcrbert or lcin*
to any part of the city. We guarantee
every order to be in first class condi-
tion and to he troad pure ice cream.
l'lace your order with us for prompt
Best line of refrigerators. (Jootl
values at the New Furniture Store
1st door north of First Nat. Bank.
WANTED—Position by experienced
stenographer. Call room 15 Msver
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Irelan, O. M. The Sapulpa Light. (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 157, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 28, 1909, newspaper, April 28, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151587/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.