The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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Western Newspaper Union,
DEVOTED TO HOMF INTERESTS AND HOME PEOPLE
-J VOLUME 55.
HARTSHORNE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11 1900.
Fvery price quoted is an inducement to economical buyers. There is genuine value beyond its price in every article offered. o
patronize this sale means satisfaction in the homes of Pittsburg County people. These offerings are worthy of, and receive the hig -
est praise of those who are capable of judging and can speak with authority. It is worth something to know that when you make a
nurrha^e at THIS GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL MILL END SALE you obtain a genuine bargain that cannot be auplicated any-
where in this county. Money spent at this sale will be WELL SPENT, ECONOMICALLY SPENT, JUDICIOUSLY
SPENT, and there will be no regrets. It's your opportunity to invest with advantage to yourself.
j„st Received Fifty (W Piee. Dresses in ,11 .he Lea.ling Sh.des-Also Fifty Suits Which We,= Closed 0«, I. us by .he Eastern M.m.la.turers Fifty Cents on the Dollar, and
During This Sale We Will Price Them at Less Than the Price of Manufacture. They Will Not Last Long: Come Early.
Remember The Sale Began Wednesday, November lOth, and
For Twelve Shopping Days
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EASTERN STAR ENTERTAINS .
The Members of This Order Give
Reception Last Wednesday
The lad it's of tin- < i<l<' Fa stem
Star gave a reception in
lodge room lust Wednesday even-
ing, Nov. 3rd. in honor of al!
1 crested in the work of tin- op'ei.
The speakers for the evening
were Mr. Doyle of M A tcr
and Mr. DeGroff of this eily.
The drill given by the twelve
officers of the lodsre which was
Trio- "Praise Ye llis Name -
Mr. I. I). Patterson. -Mrs. Kttn
Walslle ii III I Mi's. Nettie Fuell.
Reading "An\ Fool
Speech—'' Prol ieelley in I'..is!
ern Star Work" Mr. DeCrolY.
Song—"If .Nobody lv, it Ma.
ries Me"—Jess •• Savaj: .
Song '' Shot>_• ;< -boo .-i r s.
('horns " Prais- to •' h ivab
A Iter t he rendering of the pro-
L.rl*il III 111 I' refreslllllelll S Wei'e s l'\eti
consisting of ice cream cake and
INDIAN COMMISSIONER HER
R. G. Valentine and Party Come
Over Tuesday From
To be Held in McAlester Soon to
Discuss Segregated Land
GIRLS, IT'S UP TO YOU
the special care and direc-
tion of Mr. DeGroff was witness-
ed by a large and appreciative
The ■welcome address was made
by M. L. Thompson, Worthj
Patron of the Chapter. Mr.
Doyle our well beloved brother
then gave a very interesting
talk on the benefit of Eastern
Star work. Brother Howell also
made a few brief remarks in be
half of the work, after which the
prograine was then carried out
The ladies of the order wish
to especially thank Mesdanics
Steele. McCoubrey, Booth and
Mr. DeGroff for invaluable ser-
vices in execution of the pro-
Ladies (). U.S.
Mr. Cannon, who strenuously
asserts that he hasn't too much
power, believes that all ol it is
about the right quantity lor your
illicit' Joseph to elljoN.
Putting on the Finishing louche
The contrators will finish the work of remodeling our
store thin week and as soon as it is finished, we invite all
our friends from Hartshorne and vicinity tc come over anc.
see the changes that have been made.
Our Mammoth Stock of Christmas Goods is Be-
ginning to Arrive
And we want you to see this too.
McAlester, Ok la
('(n,imissioner ot Indian At-
:iii', Ii. (4. Valentine, of Wash-
ington. 1). ('.. Dana 11. Kelsev. of
Muskogee, anil a number of otli-
Indian officials were in the
! I'uesthiy morning for sever-
al minutes. Mr. \ alentine is
making a tour of the state in-
vestigating the segregated land
proposition in order to be fully
informed regarding the matter
when it comes up before the next
Mr. Valentine and party came
over from McAlester in a special
car, where they had been in con-
ference with a number of eiti-
therc. The following per-
sons composed the party:
Commissioner Valentine. Bas-
lohnson. law officer of the
Indian bureau; Dana 11. Kelsev,
Indian agent of Union agency.
Muskogee; Sherman (i. Brink,
district Indian agent, McAlester:
i'fter Hudson, of Tuskahoma.
Choctaw delegate to Washing-
ton; D. C. McCurtain, attorney
for the Choctaw nation: 1 lamp
jion Tucker, Choctaw coal trus-
|tee; Col. Win. Busby. Ii. 11.
j Busby and Henry P. Robbins.
j At Haileyville they were joined
| by Dr. Hailey.
Mayor Savage and County
Commissioner Anderson met then
here and accompanied tlieni back
Will Serve Thanksgiving Dinner.
The Ladies of the Catholic
church will serve turkey dinner
tin Thanksgiving Day, in the
Frazer building two tloors west
of the Savage Durg store. 36-tl.
liverv person interested in the
sale of the segregated coal lands,
ianil tlii ; is certainly everybody)
is urged to attend the general
meeting which lias been called by
the executive committee lor Nov-
ember 20th, ill 10 o'clock, a. in.,
at the Mushy Hotel in McAlester.
The p irpose of the meeting is
to tlevis ways and means ot
sending a delegate or delegates
in Washington this winter when
the matter is brought up in con-
Twentieth Century Club Meets.
The Twentieth Century club
held their first meeting of the
season i n last Wednesday after-
noon with Mrs. J. II. Baker. I lie
hostess served elegant retresli-
ments. The club met with Mrs.
K. J. LeFevre yesterday after-
even though her
to buy several
Will Play Jones Tomorrow.
The fast Jones Academy fool-
ball team will play the Cherokci
Indians, of Tahlequah, at nt
academy grounds tomorrow ( Fri
day) afternoon at 3 11 clock.
These two Indian teams are
the very best in the state, and
the game will be a battle royal
from, start to finish.
A large number of enthusiasts
from Ibis city are expecting to
witness the game. Admission 2
This Handsome Pianc and Other
Fine Prizes are Yours For
a Little Work.
Young ladi s. have ymi room
in your home tor an instrument
Do you want a handsome piano?
You can yet one very easily ill
this Contest. There are many j
homes in this Coiint\ where
young ladies long for pianos, yes
ask and some even beg their par
I ellis, year after year, for an in-
strument. Now that there is an
opportunity to win one for a lit-
I tie work, will you sit still and
I make no move to get it .' I Ins
question you alone can answer.
Not by mere words, but by ac-
tions. Parents who have been
asked for an instrument will now
whether their daughters are
really in earnest or not.
People are always ready to
help those who try to help them-
selves. Get out among your
neighbors and show tlieni that
you are worthy of such a prize
and have enough energy and de
termination to win it and they
will help you. Thej will work
for you. talk for you and secure
votes for you. But you must
istart the work yourself and keep
at it until the goal is reached
pianos for her.
Ild-.w is given the standing
of tin contestants for this week:
Florence Mi illis 33,32o
I 'It I i lie Nichols.
Kst her (i lass. .
. . 13,545
. . 375
A man and woman going on a
wedding trip try hard not to look
happy, anil on their return try
just as hard to look happy.
THE BEST EVER
The Big Bill Bittner Company
Plays to Capacity House
for Three Nights.
The Big Bittner Company
which without doubt lias the best
•■eputalinn of any company in
the southwest playing at popular
prices, closed a three night en-
gagement in this city last even-
ing The company played to
capacity houses at each perform-
ance. In addition to the fine
shows put on. the specialties be-
tween the acts anil the selections
rendered by the Bradley-Noe
ladies orchestra, were of the high-
est order, and brought frequent
and hearty applause.
This is the company that made
and the prize is won. If you ||M. biggest hit of the season last
wait for your friends to start the ^minner at the Star airdomo at
irk for you, they will wait ft r McAlester. Beginning next we^K.
work for your ||,js company will open the new
you to start th
self, and it will be "waitin
around, nothing else.
Remember too, that the girl
who gets out and hustles tor a
piano, though she tails to win it.
is better known, lias more friends
and is regarded bv all possessing
more worth than the girl who is
afraid to put forth an el tort tor
.Majestic theatre there, and are
billed for a six weeks engage-
■ Big Bill' Bittner received a
telegram Monday night stating
that his mother was dying in
Omaha N'eli. lie left at midnight
for Iter bedside.
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Allen, Jasper M. The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1909, newspaper, November 11, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151700/m1/1/: accessed May 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.