The Calumet Chieftain. (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 25, 1914 Page: 1 of 10
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J C. Clayton, Editor ant! Pi*op. Calumet, Oklahoma, Friday, Ovo. i9;4-
Vol. 6 No. 22
gg Local and Personal News
Grain Market j Mr. nd Mrs- P- r'- Wynegar
are oxpecting their son Charles
s The local grain market for Cal of Arlington, Mont, to spend
umet is as follows: the holidays with them.
Wheat - 1-^ For Christmas morning a "Ivo-
k5c dak.We have them to suit
''orn, shelled -jSc eve,.y neec| and every pocketbook
Calumet Drug Co.
Corn in ear 57c
Alfalfa hay, per ton $9.0 >
Prairie hav per ton 8.( 0
Miss Lela Moberly, who had
j been visiting relatives at Yukon
Miss Gold a 1 atriek was visit- . _j.or pagj. few weeks, return-
ing in El Reno Saturday. j
The fullest life is that which
gives more than it gets.
Monday was the-ehortest day
of the year.
Kill your rats for 15cts. Death
t) rats is gu ' anteed at
Qalumkt Drug. Co
C. M herly, renewed for the
Chieftain last Thursday.
Miss Jessie Karr spent the
week end with home folks in El
Mrs. G. F. Berg went to Geary
Monday to have dental work
Miss Daisy White of Wichita
is the gu st of her friend Miss
Jessie Ivan', this week.
The Christmas trees and enter-
ed home Saturday night.
Theodore Jr. and Oscar Mit-
tendorf returned last week fr< m
the A. & M. College to spend
Christmas with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Eagan, of
Geary, visited the latter's par
cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Crowly near
town, the latter partof last week.
School will clo^e Thursday for
tlrfe Christmas holidays. The
teach ?rs arid pupils will lc "iven
a vacation until or.dcy, .'an. 4
The Chieftain extends greet-
ing's to all subscribers and
friends and wish each one a
On account of being engaged
in a protracted meeting at Weath-
erford, Rev. G. W. Corporan
will he unable to fill his appoint-
ment here Sunday.
Every outdoor sport invitee
vour "Kodak." Add to your
winter's pleasures with a Kodak
or BrowrJe. We have just what
Calumet Drug Co.
Misses Esther and Emma Crass
tain merits in Calumet will be
held on Christmas eve.
spent from Friday until Sunday
I nis'ht in Oklahoma City with
their brother Robert?.fend wife.
Mr. ar.d Mrc. C. E. Menchwi'.l
have as their guests, Sunday,
I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker and
The largest mail was recebed i ^mily of Edmond. They v.;'
in Calumet Monday of any prev- ' remala for a few days viut wit
Fine Jf.ve Watches and
Clocks. All 5t,indard make.
Calumet Drug Co.
Mrs. Jer.nie Eobir.son who had
teen the guest of Mrs, Wren
Moores for the past week went
to Hobart, Monday, tovisitother
The people aro having hard
times to do their Christmas shop-
ping as the* weather has been
very disagree ble for getting
about during the past two weeks.
Saneca poultry powder will in-
crease your egg product by keep-
ing vour poultry in p rfect health
Sold by the
Calumet Drug Co.
Mr. Price Thompson spent
Sunday night in Calumet with
his brother Leslie and family.
tie ah o r. :eotr.pa:<H d his brother
to the Lemnster;'- sale, h.onday.
Myfteriouo looking' packages
are being earned around and
ever> body sterns uneasy and as
l}i"ur'j they were h i :g watch-
Miss Virginia Lucas of Erick,
Ok la., has been selected by the
school board to fill the unexpired
term of Miss Jessie Karr, who
resigned to get married.
Mrs. J. D. Hostetter who had
been visiting her daughter, Miss
Merhl, at Indianapolis, and other
relatives in Indiana for the past
five weeks returned home Mon-
day night. She reports a most
delightful visit in her home state
but is glad to be home again.
Rumor has it that Calumet is
to lose one of her teachers nflei
the holidays. It seems that Cu
pid has a dart "set" against oui
school every year end we would
advise the school board to get
out a set of resolutions to pro
tect the school from Mr. Cupid
and his darts.
The single trees broke loosing,
the team which was caught by
Gorden Crump before they made
their dash for liberty, It vus
just a Christmas trick but Mac.
had to do a little fixing before he
could go home.
Miss L:zz'e Granger and Mis.
Meeks from Oklahoma City are
expected to arrive Thursday
night to spend Christmas with
the former's aunt Mrs. Virginia
Bill Johnson has sold his farm,
about 8 miles, southwestof town,
to his neighbor, .1 W. Tlii* ms,
and expect < to have a sale about
Dec. 2S to fell his personal prop-
erty. Bill has not decided what
he will do, but he wants to lock
around some to see what chances
are open to him. He left Wed-
nesday to take a look at points
in Missouri, but we hope he finds
nothing better than this section
can oiYe \ as v. e don't want him
to move away from here. Okcr
Mrs, Miller Hostess
in the history of the
otli T Calumet friends.
Dr. S. N. Stone
will be Christmas guests of Mrs. 1 her Iiew
Mrs. Harriet Cockrell whohad
nd family been making the acquaintance of
ed. Curious they always act so
this season of the year.
vas good wslHi.g in
• rand bsby at the home
i middle of the street Tuesday
of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
i,, , _ , , hit uncertain on their pegs, but
Moorewood, Okla., has returned . ,
Wren Voores and Miss Anna
Fancy Chinaware and many 1
u i°sul things suitable for Christ- j Keep your hogs and cattle m a
mas gifts at t! e Drug Store healthy condition by using Sene-
ca Stock Powder. There is none1
Had lock at j lT10rnin£ for those who feel
the voungsters kept to the side-
walks wh^re skating wes fine.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Pritner will
entertain their children
Fston He tetter who is attend- j VT*" / 19 ?0n® • grandchildren at a Christmas din-
infXoUui^A. & M. Calk*. | better. «rt to at im„
ai Stillwater, is home for the
Calumet Drug Co
Col. J. P. Gutelius was in Cal
Rev D. Vv. Hotbs ar.d family ] Monday for a short time.
will go to Shawnee, Friday mor-,
ning, to spend Christmas with
Miss Eiia Rowland of Center
(irove neighborhood is spending
the week with Mr. and Mrs. L.
Vr. P. G. Wynegar renewed
for the Chieftain, Tuesday, also
for his son Charles of Arming-
I can supply you with anything
in the building line that you need
lor a first class house or barns,
^jive me a call.
^ adv. Steve Knight.
Mrs. H. B. Pritner sends the
Chieftain to her sister, Mrs. R.
E. Poarch, at Carter, Okla., as a
Mrs. J. A. C. McCune called
last week and renewed for the
Chieftain. She says they can't
get along without it.
ner Friday. This is a longtime
custom with these folks and a
great time is expected.
Agent Reel received word
from Mountain View, Oklahoma,
stating that his mother had fall-
The sale was a good en 0P jCy pavement Sunday
f'"x' morning us she was going to
church and broken her hip. SI e
was taken to the saratarium at
El Reno for treatment.
Miss Bessie Dole was very
pleasant'y surprised Saturday
night, after her return home
from Wichita, by a number of
the young folks, wlo called to
welcome her home. Miss bessie
is much delighted with her school
but says Calumet looks good.
Bro. Berg will preach in my
stead at Bethany next Sunday
morning and nt. Red Rock in the
evening. All the engagements
I have with members for visits
will be filled upon my return
from Shawnee where I will spend
■i few days on a visit.
D. W. Ilonns.
George Blagg called last week
and ordered the Chieftain. He
was a subscriber for a time but
when hard hit by bad crop con-
ditions he stopped the paper,
feeling that he was pel ting on
the road to prosperity again he
wants the Chieftain. Mr. Blagg
sold three hogs last week, the
j combined weight of which was
-nd 1370 pounds. One be sold dress-
ed for $39.00. The other two
Mrs. W, R. Miller entertained
the following guests Monday eve-
ning in honor of Miss Daisy
White of Wichita: Miss Jessie
Karr, Miss Anna Rhoades, Mrs.
Ella Carrigan, and Mrs. Wren
Moores. A very delightful eve-
ning was spent in music, read-
ings and songs. Dainty refresh-
ments were served. Miss White
is an accomplished young lady
and hor music and readings were
a very delightful feature of the
He was enroute to the Lemaster
sale far which he was the auc-
one, everything bringing fail
prices, the total being about
Misses May and Lena and Ben-
nett Wilson came heme last Fri-
day night and will be the guests
of their parents during the holi-
Miss Bessie Dole, who is at-
tending school at Witchita re-
turned home Saturday to spend
the Christmas holidays with her
Mrs. S. G. Cox of El Reno
came out to Calumet Tuesday
and will be the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Joe Kelly, and
A Christinas Surprise
G. W. Mason ar.d family who
hfive recently moved to their
farm southwest cf town, were
very pleasantly surprised one
day last week by the arrival of
his brother Dan Mason 'and wife
from Wedron, III., and a sister,
Mrs. Harriet Richardson of Fair
Mount, Neb., who had come to
spend Christmas with them. The
meeting was a very happy one
as he had not seen bis sister for
31 oears. Th-ir daughter and
decided to take a run but were'her husband, Mr. and Mrs. C.G.
cut short in the begining by one j Mittendorf, of Stillwater, OMa.,
wheel of th buggy becoming en-j wjn aiso spend the holidays with
targled with a teleihci.e post'them.
J. A 0. McCur e's team got a
little frisky Monday evenirgand
\ii Open Letter
Notice to Stockmen
I have for sale a fine grade of
Shumac cane seed at $1.00 per
bushel. Won first prize at Coun-
ty fair. W. H. Greene
To whom it may concern:
: This is to certify that the under-
! signed have had in their employ
Christinas morning may j du"rjng tlie bu5y sale season, Col
gest a nice Watch or Clock. e ; w ^ G[ovjg (/f Caiumeti
have a variety of them in stand-'
ard makes to suit every purse.
Calumet Drug Co.
sist with the auctions ring and
he has proved to give the best of
satisfaction loth to us and our
Mrs. A L. Pinkston and daugh-; customers, and we nv.'st heartily
ters returned Monday from a I recomend hiin to you il you con-
visit to relatives in Kansas. Mr. [ template having an auction sale ^
Pinkston is about the happiest or anything to sell at auction. ®
man in town. Cols. Gbofp & Rather . 1
All parties knowing them-
selves indebted to me will
please call and settle their ac-
count between now and the
30th. day of December, 1014,
as i must have all my' book
accounts balanced by Jan. 1st
L. T. SAMUELSON
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Clayton, J. C. The Calumet Chieftain. (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 25, 1914, newspaper, December 25, 1914; Calumet, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc167860/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.