The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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The Okarche Times
E Q LAIN Publish**
Men’i Club Annual Meeting.
The regular monthly business
_____ ! and social meeting of the Men's
EiivereU lb idc I’osloltce ,1 okarche in I?:: Club of the Congivtrational church
ae second-class matter, iincer acl of Congress ^ j home Qf Mr and
of Msrcb l. !8.w
Mrs. A. J. Thompson tonight (Fri-
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
Local resting nolle, *, 5 cents per
line. If set in “caps" or in black
faced i vpe ,0 cents per line.
Display advertisements 15 certs per
Inch, single colugnn. per week. Bv
Cards of thank*. 25c.
Brief obituaries, for those who were
patrons of ibis paper, will be publish-
es free: those not subscribers will be
charged U cents per line.
Lodge resolutions 75 cents.
Advertisements of all entertain-
day, Jan. 27). This will also be
the regular annual business meet-
ing and election of officers. Every
! member is urged to be present.
Those who were present the last
time we met at thie place will not
need to be urged to come, for they
remember how well we were taken
care of then.
Four qualities of canned Peas
are sold under the ALTON GOODS
label, Early June, Sifted Early
merits where there are charges for ad- June, Extra Sifted Early June and
mission, or where there is something Petit l’ois. The latter is superior
to sen.will be charged 5 cents p>-r lim- French peas.
W. H. Strother Injured.
or .'or display 15 cent* per iuch, single
News Items from Route 2.
r udy weatherVui'-ied, anil with-
out rain." .
A number of people of this neigh-
hood attended the sales Wednesday.
‘ While unloading lumber last Sat-
urday, W. H. Strother met with an
accident, caused by a car being
switched against the car he was
working on. He was caught be-
tween the end of .the car and the
(Iran Nunemaker is visiting in sliding lumber. It was thought at
Mrs. Hoggard and family of Ta-
‘homa ha* been visiting her sister,
Mrs. George Frederick.
M and Mrs. Nunemaker spent!, ,
Tucs-iar with their daughter, Mrs. i ' Ul '
Jacob and Tom Nunemaker re-
kurte-d home from'Wichita. Kan.,
Sul lay in, rning.
Mia? Stftt of Dover spent Satur-
day and Sunday with Miss Cole.
M . i/eigh of Oklahoma City has
be,' i;F*t.:ig her mother. Mrs.
M Lena Voss received the cake
for bring'the most popular young
ladj at the box supper at St. John I
There wire twenty-five persons)
to e. 6Uj)pT at the home of P.
Frederick, Monday evening. The
young people popped corn and play-
ed games until a late hour, while
the elders njqyed asocial chat.
M • Or. : Nunemaker is visiting
her paiv.t. at Oklahoma City.
first that the bones in his limbs
were broken, but it'has proved to
be only a bad bruise. He has not
yet gained the use ‘of his right
limb, but it is hoped he will soon
M . C. Grose cl ose has j At receive
a car of northern corn'. Call and
get his prices.
Letter remaining uncalled for in
the pbstoffice the past week:
Elsie Kiersow •
Mrs Lizzie Morrison
Mis Clare Wisle
Mr Isriel Miles.
Mr Tony Smith
Mr Clint King
A. J. Thompson, 1*. M.
. For Sale
A good farm, one mile east and
four and a half miles south of
Okarche, and seven miles north of
El Reno, and close to school. Will
I sell on dasy terms and give posses-
M - Leva Voss entertained a sion any time now.
nr.r ;>er of her young friends at
: burnt Sunday evening.
Geo. J. Mohr.
Dispatches from Hominy, Okla'
Say, Here is
J can make you a FARM LOAN, on eney payments
low rates, quick action. Write your INSURANCE,
sell your REAL ESTATE, trade your PROPERTY. If
you have any surplus MONEY that is not bring-
ing yon a good rate of INTEREST, by »13 means do
not fail to sec me. as I have opportunities so
you can •
Double Your Money
in one or two years. Wave done it fttr others
and can do it for YOU
Wring in the best samples of your products so 1
can pla*ce them on exhibition in ray office. ,
F. W. Wiedey
One door south of Postoffce
Dr. P. S. Howell
makes a specialty of treating Paralysis.
Kbeumas»iD. Astitca. Var cose Veins in
any pars of tbe Sody. Nervousness. Epi-
lepsy. Sore Eyes. Chroale Constipation
and Diarriioea. IleaioirSe. Weak Lungs
and De<crm.t:es aid isalso very successful
in treating*!! class** of Aeuteand Chronic
Diseases. Consultation and examination
Will be in-Okarohe on Moedays. Wednes-
days an*. Fridays in the afternoon at the
r- ? |
witlx you oa your building
The residents of Texas and Ala-
b.vr.a. who nave not paid their poll
U.\ before Feb. 1st, will not be al-
low, d to vote at any election in
1911. It is presumed that their
gn.n iff.tht rs will not be considered
ir. the matter at all.
Thi aiis p exhibition at Oklaho-
Th young people sjient Saturday ; st!ite^ that* all negroes have been
evening with Lena and Eddie Fred- ,|rjv,.n from rt.nted property in
er>cK- | that vicinity. The reason stated is
J >hn Aiig is preparing for a that land owners leased their .lands
storm. He has just finished a now] to negroes in preference to white
cave. • men. Threats and dynamite ex-
Lumtny McCartney io attending plosions were the arguments used
school at kingfisher. * to induce the negroes to leave for
Rhode Island Red roosters, and a
few hens. Roy Standard.
Two Oklahoma writers, L. L.
Ayers, and R. T. Jones of Rauls
Valley, won prizes for articles on
intensive farming, offered by the
ma City ’.aft week was not a good Dallas News. There were 170 con-
sueeess. Good flights could not testants.
be made, it is said, on account of
cold, windy and misty weather: on .
some d8js no attempt being made
to 0|*-ratc the machines and the M, C. Groseclose has just re-
gate money was refunded to those jeeived a car of northern corn,
who purchased tickets. • Call and get his prices.
The Times received a copy of the Subscribers who do not receive
Carrier Pigeon, published at Dar- the Times regularly should notify
lington. semi-monthly at 50 cents a this office, stating what week they
year. It is published in the inter- failed to get it, and if we have any
ests of the Clieyenne and Arapaho extra copies left will replace the
Inuians. and besides giving news of mis-ing numb rs. In writing the
the school at that place, has news mailing list a subscriber may be
from man: other places in Okla- overlooked, but it is not done in-
born*. tentionally, as we print papers
Tnose » ai» have not traveled | enouKb for all. Sometimes papers
much lately will be interested to get lost in the mail, and occasionally
learn mat railroad fare is now *3 Ifet into the wrong pustoffice box,
cents per mile in Oklahoma, the and the one who gets it thinks it is
railroads having abandoned the 2 °f rlut enough importance to return
cent rate MtM tune ago. The] ' to the post tj again.
have male application to the court
for an injunction against the state
Money to loan on first real estate
2 cent law. pending which the at 6 per cent interest. Bartlett
companies issue a coupon with each Brothers, Guthrie, Okla. See me,
ticket sold, agreeing to refund one-
third the purchase price of the
ticket if :he court decides against
—Ask your merchant tor a sack of
KiugUsbcr Best Hour. It's a bird,
and every sack Is guaranteed to glve
satisfaction or your money will be re-
funded.—Kingfisher Mill A Elevator
J. W, Kidd, Agent.
There has been considerable rain
in Texas the past two weeks, even
as far west as El Paso. Here it
has been cloudy nnd misty fnueh of
Old pajiers for sale at the Times
office, at 5c a bundle.
HAUENSTEIN’S MEAT MARKET
FRESH AND SALTED
Only Modern Equipped Shop
in the City.
And Building Material of All £
Kinds. Lime. Cement, Sand ^
Cement Blocks and Brick ♦
Roofing, Etc- Let me figure ^ ^
Full Line of Paint and Oil
C. J. WOODSON.
THE STANDARD HOUSE
JOHN W. FORD, Manager,
RATE: $1.00 a Day, Straight.
THOROUGHLY RKNOVATED UNEHRNKW MAN AG 13*
MENT. GOOD SERVICE YOITO PATRONAGE
We will sell at Public Sale, at the farm, 3 miles south and 2 miles east of
Okarche, and 10 miles north and 1 mile east of El Reno,, the following described
property, beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., on
Monday, February 6, S 911
4 Head of Horses
1 horse, coining 3 years old this
1 mare, coming 2 years old. tliis
1 old mare in foal.
6 good milk cows.
1 bull coming 3 this spring.
1 heifer, coming 2 this spring.
5 heifer calves and 1 steer calf
1 16-inch sulky plow.
1 16-inch walking plow.
1 14-inch walking lister,
1 2-section harrow.
1 good walking cultivator.
1 6-ft Deering Binder, in running
1 2-horse rake,
1 top buggy.
1 Sharpies creajn separator No. 2
Straw and !Ly
About 8 tons of good kaffir corn .
4 tons of alfalfa hay..
100 bales of good oat straw.
and other things too numerous to
Free Lunch at Noon
\1C All sums of $10 and under, cash. On sums over $ 10, six months time will be given
1 lumVAAl on approved security, with interest at 8 per cent if paid when due; if not paid when
due 10 per cent will be charged from date of sale; 5 per cent off for cash on sums ovet $10. All hills must
be settled on the ground on dsy of sale and no property removed until settled for.
Ps P. ENGBRECHT, Owner
Co, J, P. Gutelius, Auctioneer
E. C. Loosen, Clerk,
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The Okarche Times. (Okarche, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1911, newspaper, January 27, 1911; Okarche, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc858827/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.