The Medford Patriot. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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Medford, grant Co., Oklahoma, Thursday, MAY 4, 1911
C« waLi IV fry
SCMLOSS BROS. A CO.
r,or CI*(K*. Maker*
B«luianf« lU New Vwk
Hurrah for the
Winter weights weigh a ton
these days—come in, be com-
Men are as busy about the
Spring Suit tables these days as
bees around a fig tree.
Come in for a great share of
admiration—deserve it too.
New Browns and Greys,
Blues and broken stripes—all
new weaves and cuts,
$15.00 to $22.50
I. J. NATELSON
One Price Clothier
Baccalaureate Sermon by
Rev. J. L. Patterson
At Opera House, Sunday,
May 7th, 8:00 p. m.
At Opera House
Thursday, May 11th, 1911
8:30 p. m.
Admission, with reserve
Board up Wednesday. .May 10th
9:00 a. in.
I, O. (). P. Anniversary
| (irnnt County Association Of (hid
Fellows And Pcbekahs Alert in
Walling'* Wallopers walloped Fair*
vi"w to the lone of eight to four yester-
day. The feature of the game was
Beany Davis' home run hit with the
'iM.'S choked Donliam and Natelson
Dr. C. W Lyon will be gone from
his oftl«e the f/rcater part of the sum-
mer but his office will bo open in charge, . ...
... ...... , ... . Nashville.
of Dr. U. R. Johnson a reliable and first
cIhrb dentist. All work fully guarant-1 Nashville entertained the Odd Fellows
eed to please. 29t2 j and licbekuhs of Grant County Wednes-j u,.re ti,,. Walloper battery and held
. day in the annual meet of the Assooia- ti,.. heav.v hitting lads from Fairview
\\ ho can I eli Lsi* tion. A good deal of preparation had s,■ .
The editor of the News has been ap-1 been made by the local order* for en-
pointed depnty fish and game warden terlaining the visitors and when the
by the state game warden, Hon. J. B. day opened with a drizzling rain there
wondering | thure was keen disappointment mani-
fest. However, by mid-forenOor. the
drizzle had ceased, the sun and the
A very pleasant afternoon was spent
by the San Souci Embroidery Club at
the home of Mrs. It. W. Dotts, on Fri-
day, April 28. A special feature of the
, afternoon was the admission of a new
smiles can)1'out and tho preparations . ... .. ... ,
, , 1 member. Mims Delia Sharp After two
went, on with the expectations that . , . .. , , . ,
expected wonld be able to
Doolin. We have been
whether this gives us any extra rights
in fishing for now subscribers or gunn-
ing for delinquent ones. Nashville
Graduates. I some of those
The following are the graduates of | get here.
the high school at the Commencement I And about 11 o'clock they began to
Thursday night, May 11: P'arrington arrive, first those living in the country
Barricklow, Forest Gordon, Dorothy | around town, then those from the near-
Meade, Nella Somers. Commencement er towns, followed by others from re-
Address by Hon. Chas. L. Davidson, of j moter parts of the country. It was af- Socialist Call Meeting
Wichita. "The Greatest Social Problem tor 12 before the Lamont delegation, 7, Socialists of Grant county are
in Our Country Today." Rev. J. L. auto loads, got in, and four car loads hereby called to meet with the county
Patterson will preach the baccalaureate j from Wakita did not arrive till about! cen'rftl committee, at Medford May 12,
hours of hard work a delicious lunch-
eon of ice cream and cake was served.
The dab then adjourned each and all
promising the afternoon a very enjoy-
able one, and Mrs. Dotts a delightful
Sunday night at the opera house.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith, of Byron
awoke the other night to find that the
steed posts of the bed in which they
were sleeping were serving in the ca-
pacity of lightning rods and conducting
great currents of electricity. An elec-
trical storm outside was furnishing the
2 o'clock. i at 1 p. m. The object of this meeting
Altogether ten lodges were officially j's t0 enlarge and strengthen the organ-
represented; Medford, Deer Creek, j Nation made necessary by the rapid
Renfrow, Lamont, Manchester, Wakita growth which the party is now making,
Hawley Jefferson, Pond Creek and
Nashville. There were also members
here from Coldwater, Jet and other
towns ont of the county
The forenoon exercises were omitted.
juice, and the Smiths went, down town j Af*er dinner the visiting and local Odd
next day to purchase some lightning I Fellows and Rebekahs met at hall and
rods. Jet Visitor.
and transact any other business that
may come before that body. By order
of county central committee.
Prof. J. C. Bridges of Enid, who
Taken to Asylum.
Last week a man on the streets was
taken in charge by Sheriff Lamison,
who acted in a manner that led that
officer to presume he was insane.
headed by the Jet Band, marched to j has had a dozen special students in
I Christian chnrch which they and their , music here for the past four months or
friends filled full to overflowing. The more, will give a recital at the opera
program at the church was carried out J house, on Friday evening, May 5th, at
substantially as given in this paper
last week, except that the address of
Welcome by Mayor Warner and the
After due examination by the insane I response by E. H. Breeden county
board the man was declared to be in-j president, were given here instead of
sane and ordered taken to Ft. Supply j at the hal]> and Mrg Gr]der of Enjd
to the asylum. Sheriff Lamison start- substituted for Mrs. Yeaka with
ed with the unfortunate man Saturday
morning and after placing him in the
asylum returned Sunday evening mak-
ing a remarkably short trip for suoh a
distance The man gave the name of
Please Read. j At a business meeting held later j
Best & Company are making spec- j the day Lamont was chosen as the
ial reports on the business done in | place for the next meeting. C. A.
the United States by fire insurance | Dow of Pond Creek was chosen presi-
Companies during 1910. At the present j dent and L. W Rader of Lamont
time have completed statements of 300 secretary for the coming year,
companies and statements show that At night degree work was exempli-
125 of the companies did business at a I fied by the Rebekahs at the hall and by
loss. The losses run from a small a-1 the Odd Fellows at the auditorium in
mount to over 100,000. If there ever j the school house. All three degrees
was a time that the insuring public | were put on by the latter, the Lamont
should post themselves about companies j team doing the principal part of the
it is at the preseut time. Come and in- work. Six candidates were introduced
vestigate the companies I am doing to the mysteries of travel along the
8:30 p. m. and some fine music may be
heard. Besides the individual solos
there will be trios, duets and quartets,
besides a full orchestra of fourteen
pieces, including eleven violins This
is all home talent, and it will be as good
ai as many musicals on the road. Ad-
discussion on Rebekahism. j mittance will be 15c and 25c. Atteud
Oddfellowship was delightfully dis- aru] help encourage local talent.
cussed by L. S. Swigert of Enid while j
Grand Secretary Bruce, of Guthrie, j
gave an instructive talk on the Orphans
First Concert Recital
of Medford, Oklahoma.
PROF. J. C. BRIDGES Director
MISS MARJORIE BRCNER.
Reader, of University Prepara-
MISS GLADYS SCROGGS.
tory School, Tonkawa
Palmer Opera House, Friday, May
5th, 1911, at 8:30 P. M.
(Hi K A M
March, "A Fraugcsa
''Dance of the Skeletons'
•The Killer from Holi, Si
on of Battle,"
Violin Solo. "Tyroler Pie
. Everett Bccker
Violin Trio. ''Hope Marc
Miss Gordon. 3
dessrs Stewart and Wakelieh
The system of indorsing is all wrong
and should be abolished. It has been
the financial ruin of more men, than
perhaps, all other causes. Bookkeeping
a journal devoted to merchants,
and business, advises young men es-
pecially to study the matter carefully in
its bearings, and adopt some settled
I. H. Ruth. Jerico road, 3 from Lamont. I from
Hawley and 2 from Nashville. About
200 witnessed this work which was con-
cluded at 5 a. m. The Rebekahs had
but one candidate and the initiatory
work was done by the local team. The
clerks | threatened rain of the morning kept
most Rebekahs from neighboring towns
at home and the work of those present
was devoted to preparing and serving
policy to govern their conduct so as to | a most delightfull banquet which they
be ready to answer the man who ask dld at 12:30 P- toaI1 0<]d Fellow a™1
them to sign his note. What responsi- "ebekahs present.
bility does one assume when he indorses ; T^e decorations for the occasion were
his note? Simply tbis: He is held for many and attractive. Nearly
the payment of the amount in full,
principal and interest if the maker of
the note through misfortune, misman-
agement or rascality fails to pay it
Notice tho indorser assumes all the
management of the
ness houses carried some sort of de-
coration and flag, bunting, three links,
"F. L. T " etc.. greeted the visitor
everywhere. The church and halls
were also artistically decorated, the
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
For the week ending, May 2, 1911,
reported by P. H. Albright & Co.,
Abstracters, Medford, Oklahoma.
Frank Stephenson to Florence Gill
$75 lots 2223 21 blk 32 Nashville
E. I. Hudkins to 1. O. Trash 11000
lot 7 blk 15 Wakita
Nora M. Smith to Ira Trimble $10400
seisec 23 27 7
Archie Herondon to Edna Fether-
stone $6000 nf j sec 20 25 8
G. E. Powell to O. S. Kelley $16000
nwj sec 9 and swj sec 4 28 5
Mrs. E. M. Saffold to H. H. Rogers
$6500 nwi sec 22 29 8
Aetna Bldg. & Loan Asso. to Emily
L. Smith $375 lots 2 3 4 blk 30 Man-
J. E. Lemon to R. A. L°mon 81
lots 2 3 4 blk 31 Nashville
B. E. Miner to Charles C. Miller lots
5 2 3 4 blk 15 Lamont $250
Julius C. Heis to W. C. Harter $4000
nwi sec 18 27 8
W. R. Reeves to John Kugel $4100]
iot II of se| sec 6 and lots!) and 10 of j
nej sec 7 25 3
Uunited States to Mary Dunn e| nwj
sec 19 28 8
United States to Loui-:i McKinley
nwi sec 26 25 7
Wess Rose (Transient) sent to Insane j
-March. •The Giggler''
Valse. • • Dream Thoughts,
"A Set of Torquoise,''
Clarinet Solo. "Souambula"
Mr. Harry Garringer
Violin Quartet - - a March.
Misses Oovley, Tharp, Messrs. Becker, Gardiner
"Moonlight Serenade" - - - -
Concert Waltz. "Luella"
TENT SHOW COMING!
J. H. BOYER
JESSE JAMES SHOW
And High-Class Vaudeville Company, with 30 Peo-
ple, Band and Orchestra, will exhibit at
Medford, Okla., Thursday, May, II, 1911
A Troupe op Educated Russian Poodles!
tion mi Show Grounds at 7 o'eloek.
I )■ mi
THE PATRIOT §1 PER YEAR
no voice in the ' °dcf Fellow colors of red, white and blue A. E. Goldsmith vs Thomas Maddox,
business and !10 j and Rebekah colors of green and pink Jury find fer defendant
The loth Annual Reunion of the Old
Soldiers Veteran Association will be
held at Jefferson in Rock Island Park on
August 1-1, 15, 16 17, 18 and 19. By
order of Board of Directors.
At a meeting of the directors Friday
the following committees were appoint
C. T. Colmau, J. II. Decker and P.
A. Becker committee on speakers.
H. V. Hardwick committee on ground.
P. A. Becker, C. T. Colman and J. C
Wilson committee on tents.
J. C Wilson committee on forage.
D. D Walker, T England, W. E.
Bartlett and W. T. Huston committee
C. T Colman and D. D. Walker
committee on decoration.*
P. A. Becker. J. C. Wilson and D. D.
Walker committee on music.
P. A. Becker and C. T. Colman com
mittee od printing.
T England was elected chief mar-
share in the profits of the transaction, Prevailing in the decorative scheme. State vs John Hopper and S. H.
if it proves profitable; but with a cer-1 Altogether the occasion was a great j Milby, Jury return a verdict of not
tain loss if for any reason, the principal I succeps- was greatly enjoyed and will j guilty.
fails to pay the note.—Altus News. I prove beneficial and stimulating to' State vs. Sch.-nitz defendant plead
1 Odd Fellowship in this community. guilty of a-.-unit and battery and fined
Bay View Club. N;,tl j$15 and cos
Mrs Roy Russell was hostess to the , County Judge Bird and County At- J. G. Ramsey vs Major Blasdell
| Bay View Club on Friday afternoon of j torney Breeden were among the first j Judgment against the defendant for
last week. ( arrivals and they arrivell on foot, too!' $300 defendant lllcs motion for new
Fifteen ladies responded to roll call, j shm-rt- Lamison, Wlth whom thvy ,lgd trial
The lesson was on Magazine Article on yeen riding, got in later with the dis- John H. Dunkin vs. J. H. Magee
of Sweden," ' abled auto. ! Case submitted to the court
Lamont delegation came in 7 autos H. C. Cobb vs. William Allen Tried
aud five of the cars had fire "biow to the court. Judgment for plaintiff
outs" and one a bent axle. But they ' the amount to be determined
were a live lot and "got here just the ' S. E. Vannoy vs. B. S. Vannoy,
same!" Judgment for $230 for plaintiff
, The Jet band furnished fine music in Marriage Licenses
in favorof the higher education show- the afternoon The morning local was Harry E. Chism, Medford, 22
ing how much more capable the mother j 2 or y honrs ,ate of courge an(] the A,jeiia sharo. Medford. L'o
was to cope with the developing mind I boy8 had t0 coble by other conveyance. Walter \V*I r. Po:,d Creek, 20
of the child and assist in its studies, Mayor Warner>8 8peech was a biR Roth Jack-n. Fond Creek, 19
who had a higher education. The study ! (lrawinft card to )ocal peop]e ButJake| Estate of Lottie .f. Geo. W.
of latin and mathematics gave her 18urprjsed Vm be doing his part without! Fisk appointed ,vdm.
nulrrmont illQPrim i *1u t win urn mn(K<ul , , . , .. n . , _ .......
a bobble Mr. Breeden s response Estate of Ei.cn Hoffman petition for
was a crackerjack also. Nashville | appointment of adm-. filed
News. District Court New Cases
Some Room. Job and S M TharP vs Medford
Reuben Rallfence spproarhtng the I Townsite Co and Percy Glaze, action
eternal Question I—Say. Sally, do you ! to quiet title to lots I aud 2 blk 16
.... „ ... think flfty acres U enough to git mar- . Medford. Rogers and Fisher art vs for
following resnlt. President, Mrs. Sim- ^ on? g*iiy Smlther. < tuleunder-! plaintiff
ons; Vice Pres . Mrs. Honey; Secretary lundln*i—Enough* Sake* alive, Reu , Elizabeth N. Saffoldvs H H. Rogers
Mr* Arendel; Treasurer. Mrs- Ru^ell; b«. .re you thlnkla of havto' a | Mtion to ,.olrect to nwJ ^ 22
Club was adjourned to meet with Mrs. j marathon e44ln'? j g f, r |.aiane.. Hue plaintiff. Glenn
Palmer May 5th. Reportkr. _____ | and Ridings attvs. for plaintiff
Just Received by Express
t hem Saturday, .special at
the "Famous Women
Jennie Lind, Madame Wilson, Patti
I and Fredrika Bremer and was an inter-
esting one indeed.
j Mrs. Heasty had a paper, "Higher
Education, Does* it Help the Home
Maker?" Mrs Heasty's argument was
judgment, discrimination and method.
A review of magazine article on the
"Royal Family of Sweden," was well
handled by Mrs Chism, as was also
the article "A Trip Through Sweden."
by Mrs. Glenn.
Election of officers was held with the
HIV well suppli. <i with Oxford
. Velvet iii black at !?:>..~>o. F
at*U.fHi. 1 toe lot ..I' Men'*attd Worn*
Is. worth In I. special jier pai
ttIn r. J Slrap
Saturday Special: 3 pounds Fresh Uinger Sua
Beginning Saturday of this week we will have with us Miss
Short who will give the pnblie plenty of piano music every
She will also cary in stock a good supply of music fol-
ic. Come in who are lovers of good music and want to huy
usic. She comes highly recommended.
Ask for S. & H. (-Jreen Trading Stamps.
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Simons, R. T. The Medford Patriot. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911, newspaper, May 4, 1911; Medford, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc186248/m1/1/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.