The Sapulpa Light. (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 184, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 29, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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SAPULPA WELL BEPBESEKTED
No more dread of the dental
chair. Modern denMstry at prices
which you can afford. Crown
and bridge work a specialty.
What you want is the dentist
who has had the experience, not
the fellow who wants to experi-
ment on you. Ask your dentist
how much experience he has
had. It is to your interest to
know whether he has had the
experience or whether he is one
of those fellows who wants the
experience. I have had seven
years of actual office experience
Iowa Bldg. Dewey Ave.
Everyone longs for a home spot; a spot where one
can build a home, plant trees and schrubbery, have
a pretty lawn and make of it the most attractive
spot cn earth. Have you selected your home site
yet? The particularly attractive residence district
of Sapulpa is embraced in
That pretty south west part of the ncity. It [is last
building up, but 1 have some very desirable lots left
I will be glad to show you. Don't delay if you con-
template a purchase, as this district is selling fsst,
and what I have today, may have passed out of my
Vtf. C. HOOVER
Business IMiiiih' Il\
Oftice at Am. Nut. Dank.
from the most complete stock in the city.
You will find it at
Any thing you want in wall paper, win-
dow shades and painters supplies. Paint-
ing and decorating taken by contract.
315 E. Dewey
The Manufacturing Jeweler and Optician
Opposite St. James
Officers of Oklahoma! State Federation
oi' Women's Clubs
President—.Mrs. John Threadgill.
Corresponding Secretary—.Mrs. P. R.
Treasurer—.Miss Elizabeth Boyle,
Vice I'resldent-at-large—Mrs. 1). A.
General Federation Secretary—Mrs.
Eugene B. l.awson, Womata.
Recording Secretary—Mrs. Claude L.
Auditor—.Mrs. J. B. Wall. Ardmore.
Parliamentarian—Mrs, Charles R.
First District—Mrs. Mary E. Hart.
Second District—Mrs. Thomas R.
Be man. El Reno.
Third District—Mrs. l.ela Catlin,
Fourth District—Mrs. Tom Hope,
Fifth District—Mrs. K. J. Ray, Law-
Mrs. John Threadgill. Oklahoma
Mrs. W. R. Clement, Capitol Hill,
Mrs. W. M. Carter. Guthrie.
Mrs. Robert Wheelan, Sapulpa.
Mrs. Clara McBride, Atoka.
Miss Virginia Dickson, Shawnee.
Last Meeting of Season
The Ladies Library club had the
last regular meeting of the season at
Library hail Thursday afternoon. A
debate on the subject, "The Boy vs.
the Girl" was the topic of the hour.
A large number of the members were
out and enjoyed a pleasant afternoon.
While there will be no more regular
meetings of the club until fall, the
ladies plan to hold several teas at
some of their homes during the sum-
During this time the library will be
kept open on e&ch Thursday evening
! by Mrs. France, the newly elected
librarian Mrs. Bristow having resigned
this position 011 account of the recent
death of a near relative.
There are Various Times
when practically every one needs the sen Ices of an expert in natch mid
Jewclr) rc|Miirlng, consequently It is wroth while knowing where yon can
send a line watch or u valuable piece of jewelry With the full assurance
that whatever may lie needed In the wiij of repairs will lie expertly, con-
scientiously and promptly done.
Our rcpuir department is fully prepared to *cr\c you. We know how
and lime the facilities to so inendanythlDK ill the jewelry Hue that It will
he practically the same as when jon bought It. A trial order will cou-
Domestic Science Circle hntcrtniii
Full of pleasure indeed were the
hours enjoyed at the home of .1. A.
Boyd Thursday evening. The mem-
bers of the Dometsic Science Circle
entertained their husbands in honor
of Mr, Boyd's birthday and so enjoy-
able was the hours spent that all pres-
ent wished the occasion might come
oftener than once a year.
The club colors, red, white and blue
were expressed in the glow cast by
the electric lights. The club flower the
rose, was suggested by a decoration
of roses in the various rooms of this
The guests enjoyed themselves dur-
ing the evening by participating In a
Sally Magundy Party, after which a
delicious five course luncheon was
served. Mrs. .1. II. Allen added to the
pleasure of the evening by rendering
several musical numbers.
The following persons were permit-
ted to enjoy this pleasant event;
Messrs. and Mesdames J. H. Allen, J.
F. Egan. W. C. Hoover, J. 0. Here-
ford. J. J. Mars, H. E. Rakeman and
To the sweet strains of pretty music
rendered by the Tulsa orchestra, some
young people of Sapulpa indulged in
that delightful past time, the
the terpsichorean art; and thankB to
the management and efforts of. the
committee In charge, the dance given
on the eve of Decoration day was with
out doubt, an affair that will live long
In the memory of those who partici-
pated as an e\ent of joyousness. Re-
freshments were served during
the evening and the "young Heifn
Brummels" made a decided "hit" as
"walters who know how."
Among the many features of the
evening, the "moon dances" were in-
deed enjoyable and as the .sweet ami
delightful strains of music floated
through out the prettily decorated
dunce hall the "waltz dream" was
Another departure in novel comedy,
the programmes. They were very
cleverly lithographed and the names
of the many popular society leaders
appeared In the spac e usually given to
All together it was an event of the
most enjoyable nature and it was with
u sigh of regret that those present
heard the strains of the "Home waltz"
at the early morning hours.
One of the most successful affairs
ever conducted by th« Ladies Aid So- i
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal
church was that held yesterday after-
noon at the beautiful home of Mrs. .1.
J. Mars on South Water St., yesterday
afternoon. The visitors were greeted
at the door by Mrs. Chas. Whitaker.
The efficient president of the Aid, and
the hostess, Mrs. J. J. Mars.
In the parlor different members of
the Aid conducted the sale of many
useful hand made articles, quite an
amount was added to the treasury by
means of this sale and many women
were well pleased with their purchases
In order to do more efficient work
the town has been/divided Into five
wards each presided over by a ward
president. These different presidents
had different tables at the bazaar and
served different varieties of refresh-
Klikuse ( lull Kntcrtained
Miss .Minnie Chandler, assisted by
Miss Robbins, entertained the Ehkuse
club last Saturday evening. A most
enjoyable evening was spent. Re-
freshments were served.
The following members were pres-
ent: The Misses Virden, Nevln, Hugh-
es, Jenkins, Jones, Egan, Morrow,
Miss Anderson was guest.
A weding, the principals in which
are Sapulpa young people occurred at
Independense, this week. The wed-
dings is that of .Miss Ethel Kirkpatrick
and Mr. J. M. Ricks. Miss Kirkpatrick
has made her home in Sapulpa the
past two years with her aunt, Mrs. C.
(!. Richey and has been engaged as a
teacher i.i the public schools.
Mr. kicKs has been successful
in the real eslate and land business in
Sapulpa and has thus been encouraged
to take unto himself a wife. He has a
beautiful cottage ready on South Park
street for the future home of himself
and bride. Miss Kirkpatrlck's former
home was Independence. Mo.
The S. C. C. were entertained <n-
joyably Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Miss Eflie Smith on North
heights. Plans were made for a jolly
camping trip to be given about July
1st. It was decided that work should
begin immediately on the tennis court
that is to be in the Southeast part of
town. After a delightful afternoon
a buffet luncheon was served.
. Report of the Condition of
The Creek Bank and Trust Co.
at Sapulpa , in the State of Oklahoma, at the close
of business, April 28th. 1909.
Loans and Discounts f 86) m 85
Overdrafts, securer! and unsecured _ 1 492 64
Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, etc., 6'984°54
Furniture and Fixtures . WW" a.Woji
Due from Hanks $1 ,r.4,456.53
Checks and other Cash Items 2,389 18
Cash in Bank WI." " h!t75!^0
Capital Stock Paid in c 05 oqq qo
Surplus Fund ''50 00
Undivided Profits, less Hxpenses and Taxes paid 015.83
Individual Deposits Subject to Check 237,649.70
Time Certificates of Deposit . _. __ 6,943.50 244,593.20
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF CHEEK, SS:
I, J. II. \\ estfall, Cashier of the above named Rank, do solemn-
ly swear that the above statement is true to the best of mv knowl-
edge and belief, so hel^ 111c God,
J. B. WESTFALL, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me t his 6th day of May, 1909.
Tabitha Barth, Notary Public.
My Commission Expires March fith, 1913.
F. S. Wkstfai.i., Sam Matthews, J. A. Skkkatz,Directors.
Sunday School ( lasses Entertained
The Haracca and Philathea classes
of the liaptlst. Sunday school were en-
tertained Wednesday evening at the
.1. O. Anderson home 011 South Poplar.
The evening was pleasantly spent in
games, music and social conversation
Before leaving the guests were served
with ice cream and cake.
Charley (ioode's sc hool closed last
night at Pickett's Prairie. Several 8a-
pulpans went down and report a swell
time. A11 excellent program was ren-
dered consisting of dialogues, speeches
music, etc.. after the program. Ice
cream and cake was served to the de-
light of all present. Must have had a
time as the boys did not get back to
town until after 4 o'clock this morn-
Conductor Hrlgance Married
C. R. Hrigance was married Tuesday
evening to Miss Lillian Roberts, of
Francis. The marriage occurring at
that place. Mr. Brigance is a popular
Frisco conductor with a run on the
REPORT TO THE STATE BANK COMMISSIONER OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
At Sapulpa, in the State of Oklahoma, at the close
ol business, April 28, 1909.
■.cans ana uiscnumii _ __ $159 262 37
Stocks, Bonds, Warrents, etc. 27 726 27
Furuiturejand Fixtures 4 387.66
Cash and Due from Hanks _ 96 875.81
Capital Stock .$25,000.00
Undivided Profiti 3 250 12
The above Statement is Correct.
I!. B. Hi nnktt, Cashier'
Majestic Air Dome
Manner Stock Co.
Mrs. II. C. Miller entertained at a
six o'clock dinner last night in honor
of her sister. Miss (lertrude Morrow.
When the guests arrived they were
ushered into the parlor which was
smartly decorated in pink hearts,
cupid's and (lowers, The soft glow
from the shaded lights blending with
tdicrllsciiicnt I'or liids
Sealed proposals will be received at
tile office of tile Secretary Board of
Trusties of Creek County High School
in the Town of Mounds, County of
Creek, State of Oklahoma until the
12th day of June, 1909 at 2::'.0 p. m„
for the eeret ion and completiou of a
two story and basement High school
building, according to plans and spec!
fications furnished for same by ('has.
Sudhoelter K Co., Architects. Musko-
gee, Okla, • Bids will be received sep-
arately, Hist upon the building proper
second upon the heating, ventilation.
sewerage, lighting and plumbing. All
bids for building proper must be ac-
companied by a certified check for
$1,000.00 made payable to <!eo. Me- i
MUlan. treasurer. All bids for heating
ventilation, sewerage, lighting and
plumbing must be accompanied by a.
certified elierk for $500.00 made pay-1
able to above treasurer. The right Is'
reserved to reject any and all bids or, Admission 10, 20 & 30c
to accept any hid by the board of trua i ,
tees Cre^k County High school. Plans i
"The Village Feol"
may be seen 011 and after May 17,
1909 at the office of I'. T. Frye, County
the beautiful gowns worn by the young | Superintendent, Sapulpa, Okla . or at
ladles present made a most charming <)f (.hag Sllflhoelte„ Ul.hI.
picture. The dining room was festoon
ed in white hearts and amllax. Each ; tret, Muskogee, Okla., or at the office
guest as she entered was presented ; ()f A M Hrixey, Secretary, Mounds
with a walnut shell daintily fled with
ribbon. These when opened were found j okl" A (,el,0,lt ot *2r' 00 wlM be re"
to contain a heart shaped note on ! quired for all plans and specifications
which was inscribed the following 1
"Two Hearts That Beat as One. Miss!
Clertrude Morrow and James Berry.
June 2H. '09." An elegant dinner was
served which further carried out the
heart and cupid Idea. Bach guest was
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taken out of the office.
A. M. BR1XEY.
Secretary Board of Trustees j
SAPULPA ICE CO.
— M A N1' F A C TI * K I! W S >I
And dealers in COAL
Distilled Water Delivered
Cor. R. R. and E. Boulevard Ave.
Room for rent ,114 South l'ark St.
Burnett Addition is the prettiest
I residence property in the city.
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Irelan, O. M. The Sapulpa Light. (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 184, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 29, 1909, newspaper, May 29, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151612/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.