The Weleetka American (Weleetka, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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Regular preaching Brrvicci gocoml «nd
fourth Sundays at 11 A. M. and 7:80 P. M.
A. C. Pickons, Pastoi
Eundsy School at 10.00 A. M. Mr. Barber, Sup-
erintendent. Miss Sylva Allen. Secretary.
Woman's Homo Misaion Society, first Thursday
afternoon in each month at 2;00 o'clock at th
church. Mrs, li H. Cronk, President.
Juvenile Society, first and third Saturdays at 2
o'clock P. M. Willie Ilarp, President, Woodie
Regular preaching services each Sunday
at 11;00 A. M. and 7 30 P. M.
C. II. Berry Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. Jack Camvb.ll on
J. C. Turner. Superintendents- Mias bine
H. Y. P. U. ut 2:80 each Sunday afternoon. W. 1J.
Toney. Superintendent; Roland Catlett. Presi-
dent; Kathcrine Lee, Secretary.
Ladlo ' Aid Society, c ch Thursday at 2:311 P. M
Mrs. H. B. Catlett. President. Mrs. T. W. Mc
Woman's Missionary Union, last Friday in ord
month at 8:3tl 1". M. Mm. W. U. Toney, presi
dent. His. II. B. Catlett. Secretary.
Choir Practice each Friday night at 7.30 at
Teacher'ti meeting each Tuesday night at 8:30 a'
Regular Preaching Services eaclwTSundaj
at 11 A. M.ond 7;30 P. M.
ti. Woruiington llilderbrandt. Miniptei.
Sunday School at 10 A. M. W. *1. Blake. Su| -
eryitendent. Miss Co a Lawrence. Secretary
Christian Endeavor Society, each Thursday niffhi
at 7;30, Will Blackman, President Rolam
Laiies' Aid Society. Thursday afternoon at 2:3'.
at the church. Mir. I). O, Slur. Prreiilcn
Mrn. Geo. Clarkson. Secretary.
CI olr Rehearsal each Fi idoj nl*ht at the churcl
Pres. Bd. of of Trustees, W. H. Burke
R-corder. F. L. Strcugh
Assessor and Collector, R. S. Boyd.
Treasurer, II. R. Catlett.
Marshal. Wm- Atteibi>rry
Board of Trustees, W. II. BurVe. David Moberly,
D. Knox. Frank Davis, J. M. Castlebcrry
Regular session of Council, first nnd third Wed
nesday nights of each Month in the City Hall.
Modern Woodmen of America, N<>. 10,933.
Regular meeting each Saturday night
E. C. Blackmail Counsul.
J. C. Shaw n Secretary
I. O.O. F. Weleetka Encampment No. rf
Moots the second and fou th Monday nightf
of every month.
Fivd L.Strough, C.P
David Moberly. Rcc. Scribe.
A. F. ft A. M. No. 132.
Tegular meeting, firat Tuesday night or
or before full moon.
E. L. Jilackman. Master
R. 8. Boyd. Secretary.
Order of Eustern Star, No. 102.
Regular rate Lin? on first Monday n'ght c*
Mrs. Aiu Douglasi. Matron
T. W- Black man. Secretary
Knights of Pythias. Weleetka Lodge No. St .
Regular meeting each Wednesday nigh
John R, Knapp. C. C.
E. N. Cofield, K. of R. S.
a. H. T. A. No. 638.
Meet t oo the first Saturday Afternoon nf
ter the full moon.
F. P. Mitchell. Prer.
H. R. Griffin. S. crctaiy
State anil County Officers
U.S. BenatuiJ. T. P. Gore. Iton BUT I. OWEN
Qjver ur. C. N. HASKELL
L'eutonant Governor, Gegroe Bellamy
Secretary of State, William Cnosy
Htate Auditor, M. E. Tit AW
BtateTroa3urer. JAMES A. Menli fkp.
Supt. of Public Instruction, J- D. NblsoH
County Weigher, J. B. Do3i't Y
Oourly Commissioner, Uiotrict 1. W. N. Parry
Out T' Commissioner, District 2, AJ*| Haddo>
County Commiasioner, District 3, G P. Gheer
To'vn: hip Trustee. Weleetka Twp. N. A. G AMDLf
Towns hip Treasurer, W. T. Hai-her
Town hip Clerk, E. L. Blackman
Justice?, W. P. SilALLEHDBRGEtt, J. B. Pat'emoi
Constable, Ben Walkkb
President. P. J. Dixon
gocret.ry, J. B. Patterson
Other member. 'Lake Moore
Regular meeting last Saturday in euch m'-ntn.
lint. of'Public Instruction, E. D. Camekon
State Examiner and Injector, Lttdl Robert!
Chief Mine Inspector. Peter HPanratv
lissioner, IIATILES I.. Daugiierty
• of Charities. Kate Barnard
it of Jnouranc?, J. T. McComh.
>rporation Commisnionors, J. J- Mi-Alestei
J. E, Love, A. P. Watso
Clerk ofthe Supremo Court, W. II. S. Cami'beli
Justice Supreme Court, 3 d district, M. J. Kami
Congress, 3'd district, J All EH S. Davkntort
District Judge, 0th district, Joun Carrutiieh.
State Sennator, H. H. Holman*
Representative. T. B. Woutman
Judgo of Probate Court. T T. Duylb
County Attorney, A A. Hatch
Clerk of District Court. Charles E. Guthrie
G unty Clerk, T. L. Full :r
Register of Deeds Charles W. Boai.d.
Sheriff. Wm. N. MoCullby
County Treasurer. B. F. Haiiman
•abor C. i
thf. children like it
A Safe Paying
Industrial Bonds at 80 cents
on the $1.00.
An established, reliable man-
ufactory, marketing a high-class
product, can use additional cap-
ital to care for its increasing
business. It offers a small issue
of cupon brftids at 20 percent dis-
count a $25 bond for $20 or a
1100 bond for $80.
These bonds draw 6 percent in-
terest, mature in 9 years, and
<ecured by a lien on the en'ire
issets. If you have $20 or mere
vou can spare this is a splendid
opportunity to realize a large
jrofit—more than double yotr
noney in a few years. Referenc-
es and fi ll particulars furnish-
id by addresjing Drawer Z52,
■ - READ THE - -
According to the report of the
Hii Man's Union this is the
greatest cotton crop ever known
in-thc history of the south.
Their reports first of Novem-
ber show S,000,000 bales on the
.liarket as against 5,000,000 a
year ago. This doubtless is due
to the increase of acreage
throughout the southern states.
for the Buyers of
QUALITIES TO CONSIDER IN
MAKING A PURCHASE
Does It run easy*
Does it look good.
Does it m&Ke a good stitch.
Does it sew fast.
Is it well made.
Is it easy to operate.
Is it simple in construction.
Does the manufacturer put his
name on it.
sewing machine recently
placed on the market by the
Free Sewing Machine Co.
combines the best qualities
of all other machines. It is
the latest, best and most com-
plete achievement in building
of a sewing machine. Com-
pare it with all other ma-
chines in anything in which
they claim to excel and you
will find ts^FREB easily
fREE SEWING MACHINE CO
For Sa!e ly Farmers Trad!nj Cc.
One good heating stove, and
>ne good cook stove No. 8.
Good as new been used only
two months for particulars
c ill on Fensler and Gray
tie transfer men. Weleetka
tauuh. i o -love h lowers.
Brussels is promoting interest in
the culture of flowers among chil-
dren in elementary schools. Th«
subject lias been taken up by the
State Botanical Garden, and M.
Merchandise, one of the chiefs in
the cultivation department, has
drawn up a model handbook, full
>f practical advice suitable for chil-
dren who wish to grow plants and
ilowira to adorn the school generally
>r their own class-rooms. The
handbook ban already been distrib-
uted in nil the schools of Brussels
and SI. (lilies, and the school au-
thorities of Laeken, Ixelles, Liege,
Bottssu, .Grivegnee, Moelles and
oilier places have also decided to
circulate It among their teaching
staffs and pupils. -«
Paden High School
Carried by 155
The official count on the Puden
High School proposition gave 155
majority for its establishment.
Following is the vote by precinct
„ 13. 8
„ 16, 33
„ 17, 8
„ 20, 44
The ladies Aid of the Christian
Church will give a bazar up
town the 10th day of Decem-
ber. Quite a number of Christ-
mas presents will be on sale t hat
day, call and get some of them
I and help on a good cause.
Ask For Reservation
Henryetta, Ok.. Nov. 9—
Specials are being sent to vari-
ous papers announcing that the
Snake Indians have decidcd to
take (heir allotments and will
bother the Government no more
by opposing the apportionment
of the lands. M. M. Lindley,
attorney for the Snakes, says
there was not a grain of truth
in the dispatches. The Snakes
will never take allotments.
They would rather die than do
this. Mcssers. Howe and Lind-
ley, have worked for some time
to secure a reservation for the
Snakes, the same a3 many tribes
throught the United States.
There is plenty of land suitable
for this, and the Snakes will
live on their reservation peace-
ably and quietly. Mr. Lindley
laughed at the idea of the Snakes
t iking allotments. '
Chitto Harjo recently said that
his people wou'd not lake allot-
ments. He is the original Crazy
Snaks and knows the wants of
his people, and he statec in a
most emphatic manner that his
people would never consent to a
"parceling of the land."
The Snake Indians have been
handed together since 1901. In
that year the Creek Council
signel the treaty with the com-
missioners of the United States
Government. By that treaty
the Cieek Nation passed into
history and ita people became
citizens of tha United States.
It was then tint Crazy Snake
and his few hundred reds seccded.
Insurrections followed and in the
year 1902 their Chief was placed
in the pmitentiary for con-
The Crazy Snake uprising has
caused much bloodshed. Several
of ti e Indians were killed in a
pitched battle with the Federal
officers. The band killed many
of their number because they
deserted and allowed th .'ir names
placed upon the rolls.—Dallas
If Yok Can't. Come-Phone
Yott can't go wronjr-\Vo-von!y have one kind of
goods—The Right Kind-W'e" Pride ourselves on
having one of the Cornple est stock of Groceries in
town, that we make prompt Deliveries "and give
our customers A Square Deal
We Have tiie Best Line of Shoes in Town..
Phone 47. Heard Grocery Co.
ggi, ^ S&L 3P-1
Before you buy a
Writs 'Lo • '"Ihe
Oal«sburg Piano Co.
For their Prize Offer Number ?22
rnx>- f<i& '<(& riuy f<i& 'fin?'uiv? <
inrihiBiiinil i mm ■ "i*
WOODS IN OLD VIOLINS
Highest Awards 3 World's Fairs.
Blanke's celebrated Faust Blend
L Offee, (the kind you drank at the great St. Louis
world's Fair) at 40c per pound.
Blanke's famous Grant Cabin Cof-
t e e, In one lb. Cans, 35 cents,
In three lb. Cans, $1.00.
Blanke's celebrated line of World's
Fair Coffees, at 20, 25, 30, and 35c.
in one Pound Airtight, Germproof
Blanke's Highest Award India and
Ceylon Teas in half-pound litho-
graphed tincans at 40c per can.
Blanke's Highest Grade Spices and
strictly Pure Extracts.
Exclusively for Sale by
|CITY MEAT MARKET j
Weleetka, Okla. i
How Famous Makers Got the Mellow
The old masters used such carc
in the selection of#the woods for
their instruments that, having
found a piece of wood of proper
fiber and vibrational powers, they
treasured every fragment, no matter
how small; and, rather than waste
even a particle of such a strip, they
frequently constructed the backs
and bellies of patches so del i eat el y
put together that "the seams are
only discoverable by microscope, so
perfect is the cabinet work," sava a
writer in the Circle.
It was ever the aim of the old
masters to "marry" the back of hard
sycamore, Vhich produces the quick
vibrations, and the belly of soft
wood, producing the slower sound-
waves, in such a manner as to give
the mellow but reedy timber of the
perfect instrument* Anatomically,
a violin made by an old master is a
miracle of construction; it can be
taken to pieces, patched, put togeth-
er, repaired indefinitely and is al-
most indestructible. Repairing has
been the means of exposing many
clever forgeries. The inside jf u
violin made by Stradivari, Guar-
nerius or other old masters is as
perfectly finished as is Uie outside
and the clumsy interior work of a
forgery betrays an imitation at
Our Coal Sheds are now complete
and filled with Choice- Coal which
we will deliver, to you at the low-
est possible price. Phone 92 when
you *want good COAL.
TUB WELEETKA COAL CO.
Skinner-Gray Transfer Cib S. Co.
SOON BE HERE
li ill lift i mamHitim
Just received a complete line of Holiday. Goods,
It will pay you to look at our goods and compare
prices. :: :: :j :: :' J
Dolls, Toilet Sets, Work' Boxes, Post Card Albums
China Ware, SouverNr Plates, and a high grade
line of toys.
Slocomb's Five <lk> Ten cent Store
Next Door Kast to Cify Meat Market.
STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS.
She is a very young girl, but she
expressed the diffcreneo Iwlweoj.
possessing the aspirations we all
have for doing something and the
perseveranee to suceeed in doing it.
"Oh," sighed her hest girl friend,
eoniing into her room one d;iy ami
commenting upon some of her suc-
cesses, "I always wonder how it is
that you suceeed in doing, things Bo
well. It seems to me that every
time you try to do a thing you man-
age to do it. Now, it's different
with me. I wish to do a great many
things, but somehow 1 never do
them. 1 wonder why it is?"
"Why," laughingly exclaimed the
aforesaid wise young ladv, who had
probably studied the weaknesses of
lier visiting friend, "I'll tell you
why it is, my dear. It's because j
you've got such a very strong wish-
bone and such a very weak back- ,
bone.'' - i ' I,
HAVE THE AMERICAN
SENT TO YOUR OLD HOME
One Year, One Dollar; One-half year,
One-half doll r; One-quarter year,One
qua ter dollar. :: . ::
uas«s3 ejE&'jsas esassssEs>
Neat Job Work a Specialty.
Advertising rates given for the asking"
TRY AH ■ IN THE
And w/atch the results.
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Bryce, J. Y. The Weleetka American (Weleetka, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1908, newspaper, November 13, 1908; Weleetka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc155159/m1/4/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.