Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1919 Page: 1 of 8
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A LIVE WEEKLY PAPER PUBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT OF ITS PATRONS AND THE PUBLISHER'S PURSE
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D U C K I
We have a good supply of good grade Cotton
Ducking, bought so we can save you some good
money. Get ready for cotton picking.
When you need
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Notions
Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags
Jacob Loman j
“WHERE YOU SAVE MONEY"
” ’ Magazines
Populati6n 1000 ; 997 live ones.
Beet Schools in the State.
On Frieoo and Katy Railways.
Good Highways All Directions.
Five churches, one hotel, two
garages, two cotton gins, two
hanks, two drug stores, two hard-
ware stores, two lumber yards,
one feed mill, ten stores, three
restaurante, two meat markets,
jeweler, many other enterprises.
Saves a Little Girl But
Loses Own Life in
Ice Cooled Chocolates!
Having installed an Ioe Cooled Candy Case, we will
oarry a oomplfete line cf high-grade Chooolates—box,
bulk and package goods.
□ Our Cold Soda and Stefien’s Ice Cream—it’s Better.
DOW DRUG STORE.
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What Luther People are
To Serve You
DR. G. R NORMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICE PHONE 23 RESIDENCE PHONE 24
M Office Phone 26 ut-aiUF'i V'D * --- g
St John F. Freeman L°y L. Love g
FREEMAN & LOVE |
M Luther, Okla. Phone 26_jjj
M Buy Shoes For Fall! j|
^ before the advance in price. We sell ^
8 Guaranteed All Leather Shoes »
^ A pair for each member of the family and we «t
tt sell them for LESS. They are
| “STAR BRAND” 8
We havejeverything you need in the line of
Dry Goods Line
^ Prepare for fall and winter now and
K Save Money
^ We will appreciate an opportunity to show W
St you our line. _ W
9 We Buy Produce-Get Our Prices! g
Thomas MoNeal, 42 years old,
well known farner living just
west of Luther, was drowned in
a pool at the falls in Deep Fork,
a few miles northeast of Luther,
Tuesday evening. The body
was recovered about 9 o’olook,
having been in the water about
Mr. MoNeal and his wife and
daughter, his little nieoe from
Oklahoma City, and Mrs Will
Arthur and daughter had gone to
the falls along in the evening for
a short outing. The ohildren
had gone in bathing and his little
nieoe getting beyond her depth,
Mr. MoNeal went in to save her.
This he succeeded in doing,
handing her out on the bank to
Mrs. Arthur. Evidently exhaust
ed by the effort he called for
them to throw him a rope, but
while they were trying to impro-
vise one he sank and never came
Mr. MoNeal was one of the best
known residents of the Luther
community. He was a member
of the sohcol board, and Past
Master of the Luther Masonio
Funeral services will be held at
the home Thursday, followed by
interment st Oklahoma City
The Masons will have oharge of
The community is in mourning
over the sad affair and all deeply
sympathize with the bereaved in
Mr. Otto G. Norman and Miss
Mamie Archer were quietly mar-
Iried at high noon, Saturday,
I August 9, at Guthrie, by the Rev.
G. O. Nichols at the Presbyter-
These young people are well
and favoJably known. Mr. Nor-
man has resided here the past
ten years and has always held
positions of responsibility and
trust. He is at present employ-
ed by the Luther State Bank.
MisB Aroher has for the last three
years held the position of prin-
cipal of the Luther high sohool,
where by her efficient service
and personal charm she has won
hosts of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman will re-
side for the present in the Ecker
property. May their life be one
continuous honeymoon, is the
wish of manj^Jriends.
Grandma Morgan gave a din-
ner last Sunday, August 10, in
honor of her 84th birthday, those
present being Mr. and Mrs. John
Foreman and ohildren, Mr. Fore-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Fox and ohil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Morgan,
Miss Helen Morgan, Messrs Roy
Hayes and Leslie Buffington.
Everyone had a lovely tin)}.
Chas. Hrdlioka and family,
who had been visiting relatives
several weeks at Platt City, Mo.,
returned home a few dayB ago.
Mr. Hrdlioka says there has been
considerable dry weather up in
Missouri this summer.
OF A WEEK!
Items of Interest That
Have Occurred Dur-
ing Seven Days
A. M. McClure, Luther real
estate dealer, Saturday sold the
H. S. Catron farm west of Luth-
er to T. A. Sasser Considera-
tion $12,500. This is one of the
best farms on Deep Fork and
a bargain at the prioe.
Paul Fealer and family return-
ed home last Thursday from a
motor trip to Republio City and
Canute, Kas., where they visited
relatives. Mr. Feeler says it is
pretty dry up in that oountry.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dowell
were in Aroadia last Thursday
visiting her brother, Corp Otis
Fowler, who has just returned
from a year’s service “over
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lay, Mrs.
Clyde Brown and daughters, of
Springfield. Mo. are here visit-
ing Mrs. Lay’s brother, L. S.
Lay and family for an indefinite
Simon Wagoner has bought
the dray and transfer line of C.
S. Seward, and took possession
of the same the latter part of the
Mrs. Jaoob Loman and ohil-
dren returned home Friday from
a couple of weeks visit with rel-
atives and friends at Meeker.
Miss Edith Seward oame down
from Oklahoma City, Sunday,
for a visit with her mother, Mrs.
Walter and Willie Hayes, Wil-
lie Donnell and Louis Catron re-
turned home Sunday from the
Prospects are good for an enormous
crop, and a good price for cotton and other
farm products is a sure thing. - hat bung
true, when will you ever find a more con-
venient time to erect that new building you
have so long needed? Call at our office
and get plans and prices on Building Mater-
ial of every description.
OUR SERVICE IS FREE!
Arthur and Peroy Critohfield
returned home Friday from west-
ern Kansas, where they had
been for three weeks working
with a threshing orew. They
say the grasshoppers have bad-
ly damaged the crops up in that
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker re-
turned last weak from a several
weeks’ visit with their son, Glen
Walker and family at Redfield,
So. Dakota. Glen and his wife
came back with them and will
visit here until about the first of
Roy Buzzard and family will
move back from Aroadia in a
few weeks. Mr. Buzzard is the
manager for the Central Cotton
Co. and will be in general oharge
of their business here, at Jones
Dr. Hall, dentist of Oklahoma
City, will be in Luther for two
weeks commencing Tuesday,
Aug. 12, prepared to do all kinds
of up-to-date dental work. All
work absolutely guaranteed. Of-
fice at Hotel. —Adv
Standard Lumber Co.,
L. R DAWSON. MANAGER
Successors to Dawson & Rogers, Luther, Okla
Ask yourself this question: Is
my subscription to the Luther
j Register paid? Then hustle up
here and get square.
The Best Plaster
A piece of flannel dampened
with Chamberlain's Liniment and
bound over the seat of pain is
often more effectual for a lame
back than a plaster and does not
SATURDAY, AUG. 16-
Two Big Shows in One
“The Night Riders of
nessee and Kentucky” and
“For the Honor of Old Glo-
ry,” a Mexican war story.
MONDAY, AUG. 18-
“Ten Nights in a Bar Room’
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 20-
Tenth Episode of
• Wolves of Kulture.”
Mrs. Thos. Babb was in Fallis
Friday on businass.
Grandma Morgan has been
quite siok but is improving.
Pay your Oklahoma County
taxes here.—First Nat'i Bank.
Addis Eoker and Nathan Le
vine were at Belle Isle, Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Catron spent Satur-
day night with Mrs. R E. Gin-
Miss Mildred Betzer of Chand
ler visited at Austin Briscoe’s,
John Dow, the druggist, was
in Oklahoma City on business
Mrs. J. M. Morgan and Mrs.
John Foreman were in Oklahoma
Miss Mabel Crossley and John
Hennessey motored south of
town Friday night.
A1 V. Fields returned Sunday
from Hennessey. Mr. Wada came
with him for a visit.
Miss Bessie Wade of Wellston
spent Sunday here with her sis-
ter, Mrs, Della Fields.
Mrs. Flossie Brown returned
Thursday from Edmond where
she had been spending her vaca-
Hersohell Arnett from Oklaho-
ma City was here Sunday visit-
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Miss Edith Olmsted returned
Saturday from Stillwater where
she had been visiting relatives
Messrs Walter Lay, Roy Lay
and Alfred Brisooe and families
spent Tuesday at Wheeler Park,
Mr. and Mrs. George Catron,
Lawrenoe Thomas and Hattie
Brisooe motored to Belle Isle
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker had
as their guests Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. John Walker and Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johnson
from Eddy were here last week
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Albert C.
Couch and family.
Miss Merle Spies of Ravena,
Texas, is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Loy L. Love. Miss Spies is a
niece of Mrs. Love.
Misses Mildred MoNeal and
Ethel Arthur have returned home
after visiting in Oklahoma City
with relatives and friends.
Miss Mildred Betzer of Chan-
dler and MiBS Gladys Fowler of
Aroadia were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dowell.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wagoner
spent Saturday night and Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. J M.
Wagoner in the Union Valley
Mrs. Leo Versells and ohildren
from Hobart, who had been here
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Booher, returned to their home
Mr. and Mrs. John Rinehart,
Mrs. J. C. Verser and ohildren,
and Mr. Will MoCubbin were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rine-
hart at Mulhall, Sunday.
Representatives of a Topeka,
Kas. produoe house shipped two
oars of peaohes from Luther last
week. They paid the growers
$1.00 per bushel for them.
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Burton,
who had been here visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Rosooe Downs
Store Hours: 7:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
One Price to AH!
Our new goods are ooming in right along, and we will
soon have a oomplete stook of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Ladies’ and Children’s Ready-to-Wear.
Men, when you get ready for that new suit, oome in and
let us show you our Tailored Made-to Measure ClotheB.
They are made right, the material is right, and the prioo
is right. In faot they’re all right in every way.
: NO ROOM For ARGUMENT
when it is a matter of
SODA WATER superior-
ity. That position un-
doubtedly belongs to us.
Don’t just take our word
for it. Come and judge
by any standard or com-
parison you please. The
strioter your test, the
more firmly will our pos-
ition be estab’ished.
Engel's Quality Store
Feed, Meal and Flour for sah U & |-| WORKERS
at Arthur’s Mill. Adv CKITCDTAlMCn
D. Levine has been on the Hick AKt tN I tl\ I AINtU
list but is better now. _
Miss Eva Cossey is spending The Heart and Band Workers
her vacation at Asher. : were entertained last Tuesday at
Miss Connie Ogle of Arcadia j the oountry home of Mrs. Barney
was the guest of Miss Lena Le- j Harris. A business meeting was
Bob Gingrioh and Geo. Catron
motored to Oklahoma City last
Friday and Saturday.
Harve Ruble of Arcadia was
here lest Wednesday circulating
among his old friends.
MisB Ethel Sasser visited last
week with at Jones with her sis-
ter Mrs. Forest Swearingin.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Perkins,
Daisy Stephens and Claude Del-
aporte spent Friday in Oklahoma
For Sale — One large 5-room
house on Block 5, also 2 pair lots.
—W. J. Adams, 1008 E. 6th St..
George E. Norman and family
moved last week to Oklahoma
City. Mr. Norman is employed
by a wholesale grooery firm.
We have the tax rolls for Ok-
lahoma and Logan counties and
you can pay your taxes here
without going to the oounty seat.
—Luther State Bank.
Havi ig dtsposed of my busi-
aesa in Luther, all aooounts due
me must be paid at onoe. Those
owing me will please call at my
old place of business and settle
with Nathan Levine, who will re-
ceipt you for same. Prompt at-
tention will save further expense
of collection. D. LEVINE.
held, followed by a very pleas-
ant social hour. A dainty two-
oourse lunch was served to the
members and following out of
town guests: Mrs. Ellis of Tul-
sa, Mrs. J. C. Verser of Fort
Worth, Tex., Mrs. Bert White of
Pawhuska, Mi°s Oma Harris of
Kiefer. The following new mem-
bers were enrolled: Mrs. Simon
Wagoner, Misses Mildred Mo
Corkle and Lola Harris. The
guests returned to their homes
late in the evening, voting Mrs.
Harris a most delightful hostess.
The next meeting will be held at
the Christian ohurch the first
Tuesday in 8eptemqer.
‘Star Brand Shoes are Bet-
ter.” If you have never worn
them, try a pair and you will
argee with us that they are bet-
ter.—Engel’s Quality Store.
A Bilious Attack
When you have a bilious at-
taok, your liver fails to perform
its functions. You beoome oon-
stipated. The food you eat fer-
ments in your stomaoh instead
of digesting. This inflames the
stomaoh and oauses nausea,
vomiting and a terrible head-
aohe. Take three of Chamber-
Iain’s Tablets. They will tone
up your liver, dean out your
stomaoh and you will soon be as
well as ever. They only cost a
and"family, left Saturday for
their home at Urbana, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thompson
have rented the home of Mrs.
Addie Arnett for this winter.
Mr. Thompson will be one of
Luther’s teaohera next term.
Mrs. Arnett expeots to move to
ElReno in the near future.
A. A. Crossley, Mgr
To Improve Your Digestion
“For years my digestion was
so poor that 1 oould only eat the
lightest foods. I tried everything
I heard of to get relief, but not
until about a year ago when I
saw Chamberlain’s Tablets ad-
vertisod and got a bottle of them
did I find the right treatment.
Since taking them my digestion
is fine.—Mrs. Blanche Bowers,
back than a plaster and does not | J T.. I Indiana. Pa.—Adv
post anything like as muoh.—Adv | I __----
Send Your Husband t«»r Meat
occasionally. He may
not know much about
it, but even he will see
why you insist on buying
meat here. The oleanlinees
will appeal to him for one
thing. The prompt and
oourteous servioe for an-
, other. And as we sell only
choioe meats, he oannot go
t very tar wrong in his seleo-
' —-.v— tion of meat for the table.
IWlffilW But oome mostly yourself.
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Keyes, Chester A. Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1919, newspaper, August 14, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc925133/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.