Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1920 Page: 1 of 14
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A LIVK W-"KLY PAPER PUBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT OF ITS PATRONS AND THE PUBLISHER’S PURSER
» LUTHER REGISTER.»
Vol. XXII. Luther, Oklahoma, Thursday, December 2, 1920
Chester A Keyes. Rditor and Owner
ascription• ll.&O in Okla. Co., $5 Elsewhe
No. 20 V.--—J
We Give Away
We Give Coupons With
Every Purchase, which
are Redeemable in
We also Sell
Holiday Headquarters at Engel’s!
The place to do your Christmas Shopping is the place that has the goods in variety enough that you can find what you want-
THIS IS THE PLACE! We have taken great papis in selecting our Holiday Stock, so that your needs
in this line can be supplied at right prices.
DON’T FORGET THE PLACE- ENGEL’S QUALITY STORE!_
Ali kinds of
The World’s Greatest
ENGEL’S QUALITY STORE
In these days of low prices for cotton, it behooves
you to save every cent you can °n ycm must buy.
We have marked our prices AWAY DOWN on„
Dry Goods, Clothing
and want you to come in and see just how much you
can save by trading with us. Many things are being
sold away BEI.OW COST! No one can undersell us!
“WHERE YOU SAVE MONEY”
i, j. MITCHELL
Former Resident of Luth-
er Dead Under Myster-
Paul Fessler returned Tues-
day from Chanute, Kas., where
he was called to attend the fun-
eral of his niece.
Grandma Welch is in town
visiting her daughters, Mrs. Ed
Arthur and Mrs. M. W. Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Booher
entertained at dinner Sunday,
Floyd Booher and wife of Enid,
Roy Lay and family of Perkins,
Carl and Roy Booher and Allen
Booher and family.
E<1 Arthur and family spent
Thanksgiving with his parents
in Oklahoma City.
Harry Abbott returned to Lu-
q See Our §
x TAYLOR DRUG ST<
S LA RUE TAYLOR, PROPRIETOR
v DR. G. R- NORMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Phone 23 Residence Phone 24
Judge J. J. Mitchell, an aged
resident of Arcadia, formerly of ______
Luther, died last Wednesday ther the first of the week
night at his home in the former Colorado Springs,
town under peculiar circum-'
stances. Judge Mitchell had
BOOK CLUB MEETS
School Shoes of all kinds, all
The World Book Study Club
met Nov. 23 at the home of
Mrs. J. A. Ashton, whose grac-
ious hospitality caused the nine
members present to feel sincere-
ly welcome. Miss Heddens was
the only club guest. The secre-
tary’s report was read and ap-
proved. The entertainment for
the husbands was indefinitely
postponed, the same committees
to act later. Each member is
to answer roll call with a quota-
tion from the November or De-
___cember bulletin. The program
from I will be announced soon. The
J following program was given,
every number of which was
thoroughly enjoyed by all.
sisted by Miss Heddens, served
a delicious repast.
The Club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Albert Couch,
go^to Oklahoma City onWed- j ^0^bleTht jS'to^an j J^hur CoTh; D°Mog-
Mrs. Bert Hi^gens and Mrs. i rap hies by Mrs. Huntington and
nesday for a business engage-1
ment, expecting not to return ,
home until Thursday, but. Wed-
nesday night he returned home
and entering the house inform-
ed his wife he was sick. She
called a physician from Ed-
mond, but before he arrived
Mr. Mitchell had become un-
conscious and soon passed
Bek Cohee of Neodesha, Kas
who have been here for the past
week visiting relatives, left
Wednesday for their homes.
Lee Crossiey’s customers are
all hale and hearty, he feeds
them the best grub he can get
’ ’ I ' '■ When hungry
was suffering from poisoning. Rev. Sheldon, former pastor
It is known that Judge Mit- Gf the Baptist church at Meek-
Mrs. Rinehart ; questions from
the bulletins and their answers
by Mesdames Dawson, Will
Arthur and Taylor.
A pleasant social hour ensued
during which the hostess, as-
Nate Levine was looking aft
er business interests in Fallis
Headaches and Constipation
take the Joy out, of life— HOL-
LISTER’S ' ROCKY MOUN-
TAIN TEA can’t “be beat” for
Headaches and Constipation.—
Cox’s Pharmacy. Ady
Christmas Dinner 50c at the
Ozark Hotel. Order plates
early. Served at 12:30 p. m.—1
John Dow was down from
the City the first of the week.
I have placed all my accounts
with McClure & Lovell and
they will expect prompt settle-
ment. Any settlement made
with them will be OKed by me,
DR. G. R. NORMAN.
THE LUTHER BAKERY I
Has HOT ROLLS Every Day at 11:30, and on Satur-
day we have everything to make your Sunday Dinner j [
complete —Rolls, Pies, Cakes, Jelly Rolls, Cookies, Cup ];
Cakes and Cream Puffs. ! \
Call and See Us!
chell rode from the City in
car, but who brought him seems
to be a mystery.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, burial being made at
The State Bank at Daven-
port was entered* by robbers a
few nights ago and silver esti-
er, now of Ft. Townson, is at
the point of death from a stroke
The open season for quails
began Wednesday of this week
and will continue until Dec. 31.]
There are said to be more of
the birds this year than for
See our line of new Shoes, we
can fit you or any of the family
mated at $100 taken from the;an(j we make the price right,
outer vault after the robbers
failed to gain entrance to the
bank’s safe containing currency
The theft was not discovered
until next morning when Wm.
Engel’s Quality Store.
The next regular meeting
night of the Patrons’ Club will
8loy t-,. loves
Luther, Okla. Phone 26
When buying a Corset you wapt to be sure it is built
on lines which will be comfortable and pleasing.
In offering you the famous Madame Grace line we
can assure you that no one can show you a better corset gj
either from point of material or workmanship. We have
all sizes. Let us show you. Prices, each $2.00 to $3.75 *
Woodruff, cashier, opened the ] j,e Wednesday night, Dec. 8.
bank. He found that the back The “surprise” program will
door had been forced open by a j not be printed as usual, but we
crowbar. Entry to the vault j assure you ;ts going to be an
gained by digging interesting one. You can’t af-
through the brick walls with
the aid of a charge of nitro-
Sheriff Brown, of Lincoln
county, is working on the case
and has clues that may lead to
ford to miss this social.
Cotton growers over around
Jones held a meeting the other
night and decided to cut the
price for picking to $1.50.
Some articles for sale at the ^.......________
Ladies’ Aid Bazar, Dec. 11, will!shine, and some wine was taken
be coffee, cotton seed meal,! in the raid, the officers bringing
flour, boiled hams, cakes, bed | one gallon and a half of the
spreads, blankets, shoes, fancy liquid joy in for evidence, des-
STILL RAIDED '^*355
Chandler News: “Revenue
officers from Oklahoma City,
accompanied by members of the
sheriff’s force, raided two plac-
es northwest of Merrick, cap-1
turing two inegroes, L. R. and
D. W. Walker, about 300 gal-
lons of mash and two first-class
stills. A quantity of
The best quality of Underwear, in all sizes, for any
member of the family. _
Service and Quality for Less! ^
If it is to eat we have it or will get it for you.
Sf stock is always fresh
work, razors, £oilet articles and
many other articles too numer-
our to mention. All have been
donated by merchants and
wholesale houses. Come.—Adv.
Frank Booher and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Booher
were Thanksgiving guests of
Allen Booher and family.
troying the rest.’
W’e buy all kinds of Country Produce, and pay more.
Forest Hughes, county attor-
ney-elect, has named M. S.
Singleton and Robert Maupin
as two of his assistants. Mont
Powell ami J. K. Wright, pres-
ent assistant county attorneys,
will remain in the office.
Long time payments, easy
terms; the rate is right.—Mc-
CLURE & LOVELL, Luther,
Last Monday Mrs. J. E. Law-
yer entertained at a 12 o’clock
turkey dinner in honor of the
ninth birthday anniversary of
her little daughter Janette. A
three-course dinner was served.
Seated at the table with the
honor guest were fifteen of her
little playmates. When the
candles on the birthday cake
were blown out each child made
a wish for Janette, the most
popular ones being that she
might enjoy many more happy
birthdays. She received a nice
collection of gifts and all enjoy-1
ed the party very much.
Others present besides the
children were: Misses Mary
Patterson, Hazel Parker and
We have decided to continue our sale a few days
and in order to FlIRFAER REDUCE our STOCK we will
continue to give you ASI0NISHING BARGAINS in Dry
Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Furnishings and Groceries.
Many things are still going at
MANY people have saved MANY DOLLARS by at-
tending this sale, and you can do likewise. We MUST
unload this stock, and the prices we are making will do
it. BE one of the LUCKY ONES. Come and get these
BARGAINS. Don’t wail until you REGRE1 IT.
NATHAN LEVINE & CO.
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