Eldorado Courier. (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, January 4, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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ing a continuance of the same, we
beg to remain, truly yours
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The faculty of the sohool hop*
tooooupy the new building <n
Monday next when the clas*ea
will be reorganized end some
new olasses made to eooomodete
the new student*.
The following is the Christmss
term grades made by Prof.
Barnes' students: Orade 5.
Eula Rosser, 96; Ralph Wynne,
90; Willis Cousins, 87; Ceoil
Wynne, 81; Lewis Tedder, 81;
Ire Womaek. 81; Geo. Daley,
75; Ralph Cliok, 72; Carl Wilson,
71; Alvin Chapin, 71; Willis
Leoy, 65; Lieole Chapin, 62;
Grover Ellison, 60; Tom Thorp,
60; Allene West, 63; Callie Ed-
dleman, 48. Grade 6: Ferris
Dale, 94; Vada Pierce, 93; Lula
Pierce, 92; Ruby Ellison. 92;
Winnie ^lones, 90; Delia Brooks,
89; Roy Pool, 82; Fannie Pool,
80; Porter Eddleman, 79; Ruby
Thorp, 78; Birdsel Irving, 78;
Eva Ellison, 77; Ethel Spellman,
74; Chas. Chapin, 72.
Our Proverbial Lukey.
Our father who art in guthrie,
Luke Roberts be thy'name;
May his voice be as mum as a
There the same as at Olustee.
Give him each day his prorata of
But condemn him for his fee-
As he condems us who want no
more conventional Lukeys.
Lead him baok to Olustee,
His idol and his dream, ,
And thine be to thunder
With lost boundaries and a lit
tie Hollis gyp patch for cream
J. L. 8tuart and son, Leonard,
who have been visiting relatives
here, have returned to their home
in Milam county, Texas.
A social was given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs, McClure.
The new bank is nearly ready
Several new residences are
Jim Bryant has opened a
T. C. Williams was here from
Wm. Cox was here from Loon-
ey this week.
W. J. Stubblefield made a
business trip to Snyder Monday.
Joe Witherspoon and Charley
Rowden spent Sunday in Law-
T. Irby will move into his new
residence on the south side this
J. S. Morrow, of Looney, has
sold his farm and will locate in
Misses Robbie Duncan and
Romie Summers visited in Quan-
J. M. Luttrell and family have
returned from an extended visit
I in Lipan, Texas.
Ellis Posey and family, of Hoh
lis, visited J. M. Posey latter
part of lest week.
Miss Romie Summers left this
week for Ft. Worth where ehe
wiil make an extended visit.
Ro abil ~ alder ret mad o Ok-
lahoma City Sunday morning af-
ter e visit with relatives here.
Rev. L. A. Blair haa moved
over on the eouth side in the
residence of T. B. Springs.
H. T. Carroll and family left
Sunday for MoCamant, Texas,
where they will reside perman-
Mrs. Will Averson returned to
her home at Quanah Saturday
evening after a viait with the
Earl Stephens, foreman of the
Hollis Post- Herald, passed
through here Wedneeday enroute
to Snyder for aday'e viait.
FOR SALE—One thorougbred
Jersey Bull. Apply to J. R. Phil-
lips on farm 3 milee southwest
of Eldorado. 23-2t/
L. W. Wiley has removed hie
line of confeotions from the
north side of Main street, to the
building recently vaoated by
Lane & Pendleton, the druggists.
Eldorado now haa a govern-
ment weather station at the
residence of R. D. Barnes, who
waa appointed to tbe office of
In a letter from Richard Gil-
lentine, who left here a short
time ago for St. Louis, we learn
he has left the Missouri metropo-
lis, and his address now is Ft
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
-The Furniture stock of
J. R. Mobley is for sale.
Call on R. D. Barnes for
A party was given in honor of
T. Foster Gillentine at the home
of his parenta Monday night and
quite a number of young people
were royally entertained. At
midnignt the merry crowd went
to the pohool house and made
life miserable for denizens re-
siding in the immediate vicinity
by ringing lout the old and in
new year. Everybody, reports a
good time. v* •
John Hawkins* aged about<2(>,
and Miss Hattie Gowen, aged 15,
both residing in the Red Top
neighborhood about five miles
south of Eldorado, were married
in this city last night at 11
o'clock, Rev. 8. N. West, offici-
ating. The young folk attended
a party given at the home' of
Chas. Fox and the young lady
had gone with Aubrey Keesee
and no one suspected Miss Gow-
en had a matrimonial be» buz-
zing in her bonnet. Wheft the
orowd began departing for their,
respective homes John Hawkins.
an 1 Hattie Gowen.came up mias* i
ing. Afterwards it was learned ,
they had stole a march on their.
friends coming to Eldorado and .
were married. The contracting ,
parties are prominent young folk
of the Red Top neighborhood.
Although very young, we trust
they squared aooounts with
their parents and had a general
all-round hand shaking npon
their return home. The Courier
Brock'* Candidacy Not favored.
Henry R. Brock, formerly dork of
the New Ham ire Honse rf Repre-
sentatives; has at vinous tiji.es bet n
a cardidate fo.- public offce. Sor e
little time ago h's sen, a lad of six or
eight years, was meditating upon th»
uncertainties of kingly existence, an 1
at last he asked his mother.
"If the King of England should die.
who would be king?"
"The Prince of Wales," he was told.
"If the Prince of Wales should die
who would be king?" he asked again
His mother turned the qoestlor. off
la some way, when the boy, with a
deep breath, said:
"Well, anyway. I hope pa won t
try tor IL"
Aa AH ftettnd Kicker.
"What la the difference hetweea a
male aad aa aator
I "The front ead of a male ta MB.
paratiTely safe; while there la aa safe
ead to aa auto."—Houstoa Poet
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Kelly, James E. Eldorado Courier. (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, January 4, 1907, newspaper, January 4, 1907; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403780/m1/3/: accessed November 12, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.