The Calumet Chieftain. (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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PP * CALUMET CH!EFTAIiNJ
Published fiTvery Friday.
PHONE NO. 19
l?rice $1 per Year, ihv,ariably in
J. C. CLAYTON
Kutcrail us socond clnss matter ul tlia
fioatoflice lit Calumet, Oklahoma, An-
gust 14, 1908. Ututor, tin.' Act of Altiruh
We ro authorised to ni):>iitinfc Bill
Johnson as sv cAUilidatR .'«r Shsrill of On
imliitit ronjtiy, ylij c.ct to Uio, action of
tiic Dctnocrutic primary Aiijj;. 2, 1910.
We arc authorized to announce W. C
H'iHispieof Mustang township as a can
lUdute for County Clerk of Canadian
coilnty,subject m the aetiou of the Deni-
ncratic primary, Any; 2, 1010.
WAS A CHURCH GOER
Men do not go (o church so of-
ten these days as they did in the
earlier years, church'going being
left mostly to the women. What-
ever the reason or excuse men
may. have for (his departure from
the path in whitJh their feet were
placed by their mothers and fa-
thers, the change has not been
for their improvement, morally
and spiritually. There is a cer-
tain class of porsons that talk
lightly of church-going, no man,
whatever his belief, would wish
to see every church building in
this country razed to the ground,
and their congregations scatter-
ed. All men that go t; church
may not be better than some men
who do not go to church, yet
church-going is a fine encourage-
ment to better morals and better
society in any community. This
question was raised the other day
in a discussion of the candidacy
of Joseph W. McNeal of Guthrie,
for the republican nomination for
governor. A man that knew
McNeal intimately said t hat i
McNeal went to church on Sun-j
day as regularly as he went to
his business on Monday, ind
aside from bis personal convic-
tions in such matters, McNeal
thought it was a good example
for boys and girls, many of
whom in these days are being
led to forget that there is suc;h a
day as Sunday."
sters were accompanied here b\
Grand Master Muldrow, and sev
fifral citizens of Atoka, amonj.
whom were Mr. and Mrs. Lank-
FOR COUNTY CLF.RK
W. C. Gillispie, of Mustang,
was in our city this week in the
interest of his canidacy for the
nomination of County Clerk of
Canadian County, on the Demo
cratic ticket, and to more thor-
oughly aquaint his candidacy to
the people in this part of the coun
ty, he had his announcement
put in this issue of the Chief ton
Mr. Gillispie has been a resident
of Mustang township for fchii teen
years and filled the office of asses-
sor and trustee, to the satisfact-
ion of the people, and should ho
receive the nomination to this
office, will no doqbt make good
The Masons homo ,v.d rchcol-
at Darlington, which have bo< :i
undergoing some repairs recently
and is now one of Okfeh; ma's
baauty spots, was made the homo
of about SO orphans ^aom the old
home at Atokia, Okla. who cryiio
on last Tuesday by the way of
Iv Reno. The American has the
folio .ving to say of their recep-
tion in that city:
The orphans from the old Ma-
sonic Home at Atokia. were trans-
ferred yesterday to the Home at
Darlington. They arrived in El
reno on an early train yesterday
morning and were raetby the El
"'-'no Masons and members of
the Eastern Star and ta';en to
the Masonic Hall in autos, where
the 'adies of the Eastern Star
had prepared them with a fine
break fast. After the hunger of
little folks had been appeased
they Were given a joy ride over
ti r were then taken in
..ie Home. There were
about sixty of the children and
it 'ivntron telephoned to us yes-
t y that they were delighted
wiai their new Quarters, and that
the children t e having the
1 ' their livt- The young-
Nida Paulk visited with Audm
Hop Lilly and Will Day were
in Geary Saturday.
Nettie Schmoyer is visiting at
hoi- brother, Earnest's this week.
Henry Walbaum and wife made
a business trip to Geary, Monda>,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Massey vis-
ited at Henry Walbaum's, Sun-
Homer Ilause visited with
Herman Walbaum Saturday and
The singing nt Sunny Hill was j
well attended and a pleasant time |
Artie Day of Hinton, is the'
guest of relatives in this vicinity
Hattie Powell jumped from a
buggy and accidentally sprained
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Massey
made a business trip to Geary
W. S, Paulk and daughters,
Nora and Nida, were Geary call-
Roy Day of Hinton, visited
at Hop Lilly's, and WiU Day's
from Thursday until Saturday
Messrs. Will Day, Hop Lilly,
Jim and John Day and ElsoKro
ger hauled hogs to Geary Mon-
Barbara Funek, father and
b'other, Martin, and Zona and
Charles Burgess visited at John
Dic-'v Sanders and \vif«i. Edgar
"lyres, wife and brother Joe, and
\rora Paulk visaed with C, W.
Brown's folks Snnda:v.
C. E. Kenney went to Oklaho-
ma City this week, t , visit his1
son Ira and wife, and he will also,!
visit hisgrar.d c-hjldren at 5 otrei
i here will bo Children® Day
"xercises and a basket dinner at
Sunny Hill the second Sunday in
June. Everybody come and bring
your basket and stay all da^\
Misses Nettie Schmoyer, Henri-
etta Walbaum, and Agnes Bowan
accompanied by Messrs. Howard
Armstrong, John Day, Earnest.
Walbaum and Loyd Crosiar took
dinner with Mis , Kirk Cansler,
Men*s Shirts,- Summer f
Underwear, Hosiery, Etc,
aaoHrzwrantx-. n iHi iBuMm i'i y "t i ir JaSirfesaBHESSHSBESaE ss2"ts
Ladies Shirtwaists Mus-
lira Gowns, Muslin Skirts,
Corset Covers. E'
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KWSiSJSl O-O Op -U C'S&XO C OO-ZO OC
brown stone front with a new
coat of paint this week.
Z. B. Bean and family were El
lier.o callers Wednesday.
Jessie Bright spent Saturday
night'wiih Ethel Kenney.
There will be a few pieces of
wheat to harvest this week.
Bill Boyer spent Sunday with
his folks South-west of El Reno.
S'wBiday wi h Mv. and Mrs.. John
Dick Sanders, Mute Kenney,
Jim Cope and John Gardner sold
hogs in Geary, Monday. The
price received wps $8,50, per
The will be a Sunday School
convention at Calumet the third ! I
Sunday in June The schools of i
Calumet, Red Rock, Sunny Hill,
Vallev and Bethany will be rep-
Chicken s I
Who Has Chickens?
K nights W a r f o rcS
pays the highest market
price for all kinds of poul-
try. Bring in your
CHIC K E m S
Edd Armstrong and wife spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Z. B.
Nute Kenney and wife visited1
Sunday with Hugh Bright ami The crops are looking fine since i
y/vfo. ; the rains. ||
Mr. and Mr?. J. T. Clayton! Arthur. Riddenhour took,a load j J
visited in El Reno. Friday and °i hogs to Geary, Wednesday. %
Satin d -i:..
Miss Jessie Channel spent Suti-
Siveral from Bethany attend dsy. ev«n,tnfij with Hiss Ftva Pow-
_" . _ !
ed the i ie social a_t Red Rock
Bro. Burg preached amuch ap-
preciated sermon at Bethany
IO ts- i
Miss Jessie Channel s;-y>.nt Sat-
urday night with Miss Mabel
Mr. Brcnk Murph«y andLoretta
How mar. j i..ms have you han-
ded in of late.
Peache.- and blackberries have
begun to ripen.
Mr. W. W. Haydon is on the
sick list this week.
Guy C". . < nVuoving his.
The Boyer boys and J. C, Har- Sliannon visited Jonn Gardner's
ris purchased a new McCormick farr,i'y. Sunday.
binder from A. Rhoades. Church Sunday night at Deep
Guy Clayton, and wife spent ^)a'e ^as we'l attended and a
Saturday night and Sunday with 'Ine sermon was heard.
Mrs. Andrews, at Calumet. I Quite a number of young folks
Several from Bethany attended x ^'^c' t(,'ie home of Mr. and M>-s,
the lot sale in the Lake View ^ ^ ues^ay night to surprise
addition to El lieno, Saturday. their son, Willie on his 21st,
t i T>. j t il ,r birthday. Refreshments were
John Loyer and Luther Hay- S(.rVpH ..n i n
, .. , , . , j- servea and a pleasant time was
don attended a basket dinner enjoyed by all
given in honor of Mrs. Ben La- ^
Follette. j ~~
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bright. Miss 1 I have a fevf h,fl^ls of cane
Hattie Powell, Roy Armstrong, seed left which I will sell at 75c
iuii-s iv—v_ Luneii, Mr. Murphy per bushel.
am. L,«ietta Shannon visited. Tiico. Mittendorf.
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