Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 11, 1919 Page: 1 of 12
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LIVE WEEKLY PAPER PUBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT OF ITS PATRONS AND THE PUBLISHER S PURSE
» LUTHER REGISTER.
HaveYou Been In?
To see our Up-to-date Line of
Fall Dry Goods and Shoes?
If not, we would like for you to come in and
examine our lines and compare prices with the
prices of others. We believe you will be pleas-
ed with both goods and prices.
Men, if you need a new Suit of Clothes, let us
take your measure for a BORN Suit. They re
WHERE YOU SAVE MONEY’
Many Exhibits and Big
Crowd is Expected
/ woo mustn't Think
' WERE CARELESS JEST BECOZ
NOU FIND A TWF06RAFHICAL
ERROR IN THE RARER ONCE
IN A WHILE. MW OOSH.lNlTHl
The Billions of chances (
Then is V CriT things wrong)
| it's a wonder, we don't
MANE MORE ERRORS
\ THAN WE DO \
b DR. G. R- NORMAN, , ^
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Q PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON O
O Office Phone 23 Residence Phone 24 O
HI John F. Freeman Loy L. Love
FREEMAN & LOVE
Luther, Okla. Phone 26
AY> The popular Sweater for this season will be the one
i! made at home. We have the yarn, most any shade and
U? plenty of it. Our line will soon be broken ; buy now and
5f get any color you will like.
^ Guaranteed All-Wool
|fi CLOTHING FOR MEN! SS
M We have a fine line of samples and have each suit made W
to fit the customer. Come in, let us show you our line; we Ng
K guarantee eaoh suit to be all wool. fit
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® We have just unloaded a oar of the well-known CHOC- fa
T* TAW and HELIOTROPE Flour. We save you money and ..
Hi sell you better flour. Every sack GUARANTEED to give S3
you satisfaction. WHY PAY MORE?
jj^ CORN MEAL—Made of best white corn, always fresh
^ Produce kl
tfi Bring us your Produoe, we will pay you the highest ^§|
& market prioe. Cream, Butter. Eggs, Chickens.
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S Service and Quality for Less Money! ^j|
Next Saturday, Sept. 13, is
Free Fair Day in Luther, and
David King and Paul Feeler,
managers of the fair, state that
prospeots are tor the best exhibi-
tion of farm produots, live stock,
and other exhibits ever held here.
The attendance promises to be a
reoord breaker, as eaoh year the
farmers are learning more and
more that these yearly fairs are a
great benefit to anyone who
wishes to get the benefit from
The fair this year, as in former
years, will be held at the sohool
grounds. Those who have exhi-
bits to enter are urged by the
management to have them listed
before Friday evening, and ev-
erything must be in place by 9
a. m Saturday.
Come to the Luther Fair Sat-
urday. Your neighbors will be
here, and the visit will do you
HURT IN AUTO ACCICENT
Leonard Canada, mail oarrier
on Route 3, was the viotim of an
automobile acoident about 2 o’
clock Tuesday. He was travel
ing west on his route and was
orossing the Ozark Trail at the
Adam Meyer corner south of Lu-
ther when down the grade on the
Trail came a big car carrying six
people. The view being ob-
structed by weeds, neither knew
the other was ooming, and the
big oar struck Canada’s oar side-
ways, throwing Leonard out on
the ground. One wheel of the
stranger’s oar ran over Canada
before he could stop. Canada
was loaded into the big car and
brought to his home Dr. Nor-
man, who attended him, found
his baok badly bruised, but
thought if there were no internal
injuries his hurts would not be
The stranger, whose name was
not learned, was allowed to go on
his way, as it was thought the
aocident was unavoidable.
HOWARD SCHELL CONVICTED
Howard Sohell, of Aroadia,
oharged several months ago with
being the receiver of stolen auto-
mobiles, was oonvioted by a jury
in the distriot oourt last Thurs-
day, the jury bringing in a seal-
ed verdiot of guilty and leaving
the punishment to the court.
Witnesses told of having found
several oars at the Sohell plaoe
near Aroadia. After the arrest
of Howard Schell and his broth-
ers George and Ray, parts of
these cars were identified by the
parties from whom they had been
The trial8 of George and Ray
Schell heve been continued until
A POPULAR COUPLE
JOINED IN WEDLOCK
Above All Things—Purity!
Purity is our motto when
it oomes to CANDIES and
Confeotions. We sell noth-
ing in this line except the
very best we oan buy. Ev-
ery ingredient is thorough-
ly inspected at the faotory
before being used and we
are scrupulously oareful in
its handling after it reaches
us. It is ICE COOLED and
always in fine Bhape. Try
us next time you want some
really fine Chooolates.
IE CRBSSLETS Ml LUNCH
TO DRILL NEW HOLE
Drilling at the State Center
test well 7 miles southwest of
Luther has been suspended. The
drillers have b-en unable to fish
out the pipe that was lost some
time ago and we understand the
rig is to be skidded and a new
It has been reported that quite
a quantity of gas and a showing
of oil was found fn the old hole,
which had reached a depth of
1680 feet when the pipe was lost.
SCHOOL BEGINS SEPT. 15
The Luther Consolidated Sohool
will open Monday, Sept. 15. We
hope that the new books will be
on sale by that time. Pupils
should bring their old books for
exohange if the new books should
be in, and for use and to lend to
others for use for a few days, if
the new books have not come in.
We are going to open school and
make tho best of things regard-
less of the books.
Thos. W. Abbott, Supt.
Mr. Leroy Hayes, one of Lu
ther’s prominent young business
men, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
C. Hayes north of town, and Mis9
Helen Gould Morgan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Morgan
were united in marriage last
Wednesday at Guthrie. They
were accompanied there by the
parents of both the bride and
groom. The ceremony was per-
formed by the Rev. Niohols of
the Presbyterian ohurch.
This well known oouple starts
out in life under most favorable
auspioes. Mr. Hayes, reared in
this community, reoently return-
ed from Franoe where he saw
several months’ service. He is
the junior partner of Morgan &
Co. and a rising young man.
The bride, a charming young
lady, was born and reared in
Luther, is knowu by all and ev-
eryone is her friend.
TheJRegister desires to join the
many triends of Mr. and Mrs.
Hayes in wishing them every
When you visit the Luther fair
next Saturday, you are invited
to make our place your head-
quarters. We have plenty of
good cool water for you to drink,
free water and free air for your
car, and a good place to rest. .
We ase headquarters for the
famous Goodyear and U.S, Tires,
Buckskin Tubes, Genuine Foad
Parte, all kinds of accessories,
and the best oils and gas on the
market. There are many thinge
you need in accessories. Let us
fit you out.
And say, while in Saturday
why not let ue have your order
for a Ford? You will buy one
sooner or later—why not now?
We thank you for past patron-
age and solioit a continuation of
the same. Yours truly,
Lcvell-Wiooans Motor Co.
OF A WEEK!
Items of Interest That
Have Occurred Dur-
ing Seven Days
DEATH OF GEORGE LOW
George W. Low died Monday,
Sept. 8, 1919, at the Frisco hotel
in Luther, at the age of 63 years,
5 months and 18 days. Funeral
servioes were held Tuesday aft-
ernoon by Rev. W. H. Downs of
the Christian church, of whioh
deoea?ed was a member, having
joined the ohur h seven years
ago at Cyril, Okla. Burial was
at Valley View.
Deceased leaves his wife and
three children—Vernie Thomp-
son, Emery Low and Elsie Low,
besides many friends to mourn
START WORK ON CHRISTIAN CHURCH
D. R. Cotton of Guthrie, who
9eoured the osntraot for the con-
struction of the new Christian
Churoh in Luther, was to begin
work on the same Wednesday of
this week. The building will be
ereoted on the old MoCutchen
lots, will be of stucco finish, and
will cost between $8000 and
Store Hours: 7:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
All the New Ones All the Time
For the Particular Dresser
For Men and Boys
Tailor Made-to*Measure Clothes
Tailored by Edward E. Strauss & Co.,
_Chicago. We guarantee a Fit
Arrow Collars, Paris Garters, Tru-Val Shirts
Knox Knit Hosiery, Stetson Gloves, Etc.
LADIES’ READY-TO-WEAR — Georgette Waists,
Voile Waists. Silk Waists, Georgette Blouses, Silk Under-
gkirts, Silk Teddys. Serge Skirts, Chemise, Middy Blous-
es, Corset Covers, Night Gowns, Boudoir Caps, Etc.
One Price Store Luther. Okla
Mrs. Jacob Boydston has pur-
chased the D. D. Riohardson 160
five miles southwest of Luther
for $2500. The sale was made
through A. M. McClure.
BUYS HOTEL BUILDING
Dr. G. R. Norman closed a
deal Tuesday whereby he be-
came owner of the Briok Hotel
property in Luther, buying the
same from J. R. Green of Jop-
lin, Mo. It is Dr. Norman’s in-
tention to have the building re-
modeled and fixed up in first
A. M. McClure made the deal.
RALLY AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
The Christian Churoh will hold
a rally day on Sept. 21, at 11:30
a. m. Eaoh member of the Bible
sohool should be there.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 13—
Bessie Barrisoale in a 6-reel
epeoial Feature, “In the
Heart of Rachael.”
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17-
Fourteenth Episode of
• Wolves of Kulture.”
SATURDAY, SEPT. 20—
"The Princess of Lost Lake’
an Indian Story.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 23-
Last Episode of
“Wolves of Kulture.”
TUESDAY. SEPT. 30—
"The Tiger’s Trail,” one of
Pathe’8 very beBt plays,star-
ring Ruth Roland and Geo.
Larkins. It’s a Shoot ’em
A. A. Ciossley, Mgr
Dr. H. E. Van Horn of Okla-
homa City will nreach at the
Christian Churoh Sept. 21, at
11:30 a. m. Dr. Van Horn is
one of the best known preachers
in the Christian Church and will
eive you a sermon worth while
The publio is oordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Delaporte
entertained a number of young
people at their home Tuesday
night in honor of the 15th birth-
day of their son Claude. Music
and games were enjoyed and
Claude reoeived a number of
useful gifts. Refreshments of
ioe cream and cake were served
and all departed wishing him
many more happy birthdays.
J. A. Ashton is having a pit
silo constructed on his farm. The
work is being done under direc-
tion of Prof. E. R. Thompson,
agricultural expert of the Luther
aohools. Several other farmers
contemplate having similar silos
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hathaway,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Downs, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Hayes and Mrs. J.
M. Morgan spent last Thursday
in Oklahoma City. The four
ladies joined the Nova Chapter
of the Eastern Star while in the
O. M. and Will Cole of Luther
and Mark Davis of Wellston, who
reoently seoured a oontraot of
exoavating on the Captain Creex
lateral of the Deep Fork drain-
age oanal, now have a force of
men engaged atthe work.
Last week Clyde Bailey sold
his 160 aore farm southwest of
Luther to Ben Huntington, the
consideration being $8500. Mr.
Huntington will probably tase
possession of the farm about the
first of the year.
George B. Huntington,who for
several months has been travel-
ing through the southern states
with a minstrel show owned by
his brother, returned to Luther
Saturday. He will probably re-
Harvey Seward, son of Mrs.
Elspa Seward, arrived in New
York from Franoe, Aug. 20. He
is in a hospital in New York but
is soon to be transferred to a hos-
pital nearer home,
Aaron Baker and family and
Miss Eva Vorel motored to Okla-
homa City Sunday where they at-
tended a dinner given in honor
of Private Clyde Page, who has
just returned from overseas.
Mrs. Jap Dunham and family
had as guests last week, her
three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Holmes
of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Graoe
Pieroe of Alene and Mrs. May
Rhyle of Cleo.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lovell re-
turned Friday from Colorado,
where they had spent a few
weeks. Mrs. Roasty Lovell ac-
companied them home for a few j
When You Look Around,
and Bee what a fool you
have been not to oome to
us before you will be
ohagrimed. Our Beaver
hats are far better than
any other and the prioe
is right, too, whioh is the
important item nowa-
days. Do not fail to get
one of these hats and you
will never regret it.
Engel's Quality Store
Central Cotton Co.
Bale Cotton, Seed Cotton
and Cotton Seed
Special Attention Given to the Ginning
of Custom Cotton.
Give Us a Bid! Give Us a I rial!
( KNEE PADS! |
• Cotton Scales! £
NOTICE TO PRIMARY PUPILS
Pupils that will be six years
old before the fisst of January
should start the first of the school
term, or wait till next fall to
start. We prefer to have the en-
tire olass start together and have
only one section of beginners.
ThoB. W. Abbott, Supt.
We have a pair of extra quality RUBBER
Knee Pads for every member of the family.
Don’t torture yourself with a metal pad when
you have the soft, durable Rubber, Pelt-Lined
Pads right at your door at less money.
We also have Cotton Stales at reasonable
Prices—Guaranteed to weigh correctly.
Standard Lumber Co.
(ii ,£l. R. DAWSON. MANAGER
X Successors to Dawson & Rogers, Luther, Okla
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