Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, December 9, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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LUTHER, O K L a.. REGISTER ■ Luther. Okla., Friday, December 9 1021
TAYLOR DRUG STORE
he Christmas Stor
We Have an Unusually Large Stock of CORRECT Christmas Gifts!
Ivory Toilet Goods
Bibles and Testaments
Razors and Strops
Mother Goose Books
Perfume and Toilet Water
Bulk and Box Chocolates
Girls’ and Boys’ Stories
Snow White Tissue Paper
Gold and Silver Pencils
TAYLOR DRUG STORE
H Beautiful Line ot Jewelry and Jewel Boxes!
TAYLOR DRUG STORE
Population 1000 ;996 lire one*.
B6st Schools in the State-
On Frisco and Katy Railways
On the Ozark Trail and other
Five churches, 1 hotel, 2 gar-
ages, 2 cotton gins, 1 brick fac-
tory, 2 banks, 2 drug stores, 3
hardware stores,2 lumber yards,
1 feed mill, 10 stores, 3 restau-
rants, 1 bakery, 3 meat markets,
1 jeweler, 1 newspaper, many
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
Copy for new advertisement* or for
changes muat be in the Register of-
fice not later than Tuesday 5 p. m. to
Insure publication in the current is-
sue. Copy reaching this office later
than Tuesday 5 p. m. will be charged
for at a higher rate, providing time
will permit of its insertion.
THE LUTHER REGISTER.
Harry Peck of Wynnewood was
here the first of the week closing s
deal for an extra bake oven owned
by G. P. David and which he waa not
dhas Goodrich ia now located at
FOR SALE: 126 head of goats. In-
quire of Dr. Ward, Route 1, Jones,
Sol Levine was here from the City
"No Hunting” Signs for sate at the
Geo. Chambers will hold a sale on
December 16, on the Mattie Paine
Subscribers having news for
publication will oblige the Reg-
ister by hand ng same in by 5
p. m. on Wednesday each week.
This refers to personal and lo
eal items. News of a more gen-
eral nature is wanted as soon
as it happens, any time. Call
Phone 18 or 58.—Advertisament
The Register must insist that
copy for change of advertise-
ments or for new advertise-
ments be in this office hereafter
not later than Tuesday 5 p. m.
To get them in later disarrang-
es our plans, and at this time
of year we are about as busy as
anyone else. Please observe this
rule hereafter and we’ll all be
The Heart and Hand workers were
entertained at the home of Mrs. O.
M. Cole, assisted by Mrs. Ross Lovell,
Tuesday at 2:30. After the
business hour the guests were enter-
tained by contests. Mrs. R. L. Can-
ada won first prize in the guessing
contest. Mrs. Mark Davis first and
Miss Cobb took second in the Xmas
greeting contest Delicious refresh-
ments were served. The next meet-
and a half mil^ north and | Ing will be at the home of Mrs. Mark
east of Luther. Horses and
mules, cattle, feed and implements
will be sold. Col. Wm. McCorkle,
auctioneer; Luther State Bank, clerk.
The Register must insist that copy
for change of advertisements or for
new advertisements be in this office
hereafter not later than Tuesday 5
p. m. To get them in later disar-
ranges our plans, and at this time of
year we are about as busy as anyone
else. Please observe this rule here-
after and we’ll all be happy.
Drove Weasel Out of Tree.
Hazleton, Pa.—As Calvin Waldron
and friends were walking along the
mountainside at Conynghatn they spied
a full grown weasel up a tree. While |
two of them threw stonea at the ani-
mal Waldron stood guard at the bot-
tom. and when the weasel came down
he captured It alive.
Cat Catchee Two Trout
Hollis, N. H.—It takes a cat to put
to Mush some of the fastidious Isaak
Waltons. A feline belonging to A. B.
Ratou recently brought In two IIvo
trout, each measuring six Inches.
Where the cat got the trout Eaton does
not know. She keeps her owu secret
We have a full line of STOVES, both
Heaters and Cookers, either for gas, coal
or wood, also a complete line of Stove
Fittings—pipes, etc. If you need a stove
or supplies, come in and see us. Prices
are always right.
Davis on January 3, 1922, and will be
the election of officers.
M. W. Rogers is working at the Na-
tional Bank during the absence of
Walter Hayes who is out on account
of the serious illness of his wife.
Mrs. J. M. Morgan, Mrs. Roy Hayes
and daughter were in Oklahoma City
the first of the week.
Loy Love was in Ripley Sunday
visiting his father who is critically
ill. Mr. Love is 83 years old.
Watch for the Heart and hand Ba-
zaar Window display, at Love’s
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Love of Nevada,
Mo., were here last week visiting his
brother, Loy Love and family.
S. Levine of Marietta was here look-
ing after business Monday.
If you like good things to eat, you
will find them at H. & H. Bazaar, on
W. J. Arthur was out from the
City last Friday.
J. A. Ashton and wife, Roberta
Means, Mrs. Alice Crum and family,
were in Edmond Sunday evening.
The Luther town team and a Well-
ston team played an interesting game
of foot ball here Sunday evening.
Score 10 to 6 in favor of Luther.
Mrs. F. R. Greene and Mrs. E. R.
Thompson will spend Thursday in
Before you buy Shoes come
in and see our line of famous
•Star* Brand Shoes. They’re
better.—Engel’s Quality Store.
you look at,whcther for
quality, or whether for
price, you cannot do bet-
ter than with us. Prime
beef, pork and other
meats, we carry at very
reasonable prices. Come
in and try us and you
will be satisfied.
OYSTERS AND FISH
LEE CROSS LEY’S
M. E. CHURCH NOTES
Miss Belle Lay will have charge of
the Kpworth League next Sunday
A very interesting league meeting
was enjoyed last Sunday evening
iwith E. R. Thompson, leader. Miss
Roberta Means sang a solo.
The boys in Mrs. Ashton's class are
planning a Xmas party and urge ev-
ery member of the class to be present
A Xmas program will be given by
the S. S. The committee in charge
will announce the hour next Sunday.
, They will probably have a Xmas tree
The District Superintends Dr. L.
M. Potts will preach next Sunday
night. We will also have special
music. Everybody cordially invited.
The girls in Mr. Ashton’s Sunday
School class met at his home Wednes-
• day night.
Last Sunday one of the best
programs of the year was rendered
following Sunday School and those
who did not attend missed a rare
treat. These programs are looked for-
ward to from month to month and are
always very intresting.
A Cabinet meeting was held at the
home of the president, Miss Kellar,
I Monday night and plans were made
j for an Epworth League play to be
! given soon after the holidays.
Rev. Beal will preach at 11 a. m.
next Sunday and the public is cor-
dially invited to attend. Immediate-
ly after the services Sunday night,
when Dr. Potts will preach, the first
j quarterly conference will be held. All
members of the quarterly conference
and the official board members are
! urged to be present at all services.
LOST—Third Liberty Loan Bond
No. 98166, maturity 1928, denomina-
tion $500, three coupons clipped,
name *'T. C. Friend’ written at top
6f bond. Was Inst June 16, 1921,
between my home 6 1-2 milea north-
west of Luther and the Ozark Gar-
age in Luther. Will pay $100 for
return of same to me or to Luther
R. F. Atteberry,
WE DO UNDERTAKING
This week is being observed as
health week everywhere and Red
Cross Xmas seals are being sold for
the benefit of the tuberculosis pa- j
We have 1,500 cases of tuberculo-
sis in Oklahoma county. Is it not
time we were fighting this great
plague? On next Saturday, Decem-
ber 10, Luther will observe Mer-
chants’ Day, when every merchant in
town will be expected to put a Red
Cross seal on each package sold in
his place of business that day. The
school will sell many seals this week
as will other committees. Let’s all
do our best to sell as many as pos-
sible. Dr. Points is chairman of the
Health Bond committee. Luther nev-
er has failed to do her share, to let’s
not back down now.
Mrs. J. A. ASHTON,
Chairman Xmas Seal Sale.
CARD OF THANKS
Every member of the Ladies’ Aid
society of the M. E. Church wishes
"" "__1 to express their sincere thanks to
_ 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huntington for
Uive Credit to Egyptian. , their liberal donation to them last
No one knows who wrote the first Tuesday night when they gave them
book, hut the claim Is mude that the a share of the concert proceeds from
world's first great work Chine from their show. It was a thoughtful and
the pen of an Egyptian named Athotes. kind act and will ever be remembered.
It was a history of hia own nation ' Mrs. Huntington is a member of our
written In 2112 K C. The I^tlns, society and is always found ready and
who excelled In literature long before willing to do her part,
any of their neighbor*. bid thought
of the publishing business, were gal-
lant enough to ascribe the Inspiration
to Europa. daughter of Agenor. king
of Phoenicia, who lived In 1494 B. G.
Just what they wrote under her Influ-
ence In those days Is not recorded. It
U certain that Cadmus brought Phoe-
nician letters into Greece In 1483 B. Q..
If you want to save money on Shoes
and Dry Goods, get others’ prices and
then get ours, and you will buy of us.
We DO sell cheaper. — JACOB LO-
Display advertising, 25c per eolur
inch each week.
Local readers and notices, 6 cer
per line each week.
Legate at legal rates.
A discount on the above rates
display advertising will be allowed c
advertisements running continuous
or on contract.
Dated December 1, 1921.
THE LUTHER REGISTER.
The Luther Register prints sn
bills. We print them on good pap<
that stands the rain and wind, ai> f
we print them at right prices. If
you are going to hold a sale, see tl
Register for your bills.—Advertls
We only hope sometime we may do
something to return this noble deed.
THE LADIES AID SOCIETY.
__From the Southwest Quarter, Sec.
22, Twp. 13 North, Range 1 east,about
Nov. 5, 1921, a Jersey Bull adout 6
and then; Is enough evidence of pub- or 8 monthg old. Suitable reward for
llshed books during these early days information leading to its recovery.—
to lead one to the conclusion that writ-
ing aa a buxines* or an art date* back
into the earlier era of Egyptian and
Phoenician drill ration.
Rita of Poteen lug Kill* Mas.
Cumberlaad. lid.—M. A. "tatwetter,
age flfty, a haekatar, died at his horns
la Kersey, W. Ta.. from poisoning
aaaeetf by the bite eC aa insect while
A. C. COUCH,
How Would You Like to See What
Irvin Nerhood (Pa.) Saw?
"Oa« raatoaMr told me that alter u&iag one larva
part aye aI fcat-Saap be got FORTY- KIU11T dead
nu. Ho* nnaav anre dead lie ronkla't tee. he
doesn't know. Remember rate breed fast an.I de-
stroy dellan'worth of property. " ttc.ttc. 91 Ji,
Sold and guaranteed by
T. H. Ray Taylor Drug Store
Also do your Harness
or Shoe Repairing.
Sole Leather and Shoe
Polish For Sale.
/. L. WIGGANS
~W. only BowfRt R«> PoWon
Twice.” writ.. J*m« Smith, N. J.
•*I threw the knt kind away: couldn’t be bothered
nauinxil with meat , cheeee Then I tried Rat-Snap.
SAY. that1* the »taf I It own in caken. all rawly
taaac. And It *ure doe* kill rata." Jk.Mt. $I M
Sold and guaranteed by
T. H. Ray Taylor Drug Store
Life, Accident, Health
F. W. WRIGHT
Make up your mind NOW to buy
only useful gifts to present your
friends, instead of buying a lot of
We have a house full of useful
things, that can be used with pleas-
ure and profit the year around.
Come make your selections.
If you need
figure with us. Our prices are right.
Full Line of
CASKETS and COFFINS
T. H. RAY
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