Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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Luther Register Luther, Oklahoma, Friday, March 10 10°?
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ne or !. iness readjustment that the real V
four, la!ion is shown. O
l ive been conservei in prosperous days Q
for just such a readjustment period as this and w ith the A
added advantage of our Membership in the Federal Re- X
serve System we are better equipped to serve you now O
4 per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits N
, ju ll.iu.iiO
Mi's Lillie At
Ainson end sis-
tor, Mx . I... n- '■ <:
)f Edmond, were
in Luth< r an Lu:
-.mess last Mon-
Big Chicken Dinner next Sun-
day at the Luttier Cafe. Come
and try it.—A Ivortisement.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wagoner
and daughters, Alta and Teresa
j were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Hailey at Edmond.
We have the tax rolls foi
! Oklahoma and Logan Coun-
I ties and you can pay your
taxes here. Save a trip to
the county seat!
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
“THE OLD RELIABLE”
Member Federal Reserve System
Roy Buzzard and family were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Huntington last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Catron
are moving into their new home
ARCADIA, Okla., March 7—
Two children of Mr. and Mrs.
"E! % XL* Clyd'e JrX^e ovw Horn LuT-
Saturday night and Sunday
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Ogle and family.
John Bonner visited his fath-
er H. .). Bonner Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dowell and
pet dog last Sunday. The dog’s
head was examined and the dog
was found to have had hydro-
phobia. The children were tak-
en to the City Tuesday where
they were given treatment
One day last week Mr. Wm.
Oder shipped out 100 head of
fat Hereford steers and 05 head
of hogs. There were six car
loads. Many comments were
given Mr. Oder on such a fine
bunch of stock, both ho rs and
cattle took top prices of the
Last Thursday morning about
li o’clock a bouncing boy baby,
Dallas Fremont, made his ap-
pearance at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Wadsworth. All are
reported doing nicely hut the
father and with careful nursing
he may recover.
Last Thursday Miss Margaret
Cook’s pupils (5th and 6th)
gave the chapel program as fol-
lows: Teaching I’ublic School,
a reading, Violet Hensley; song,
by the pupils; reading, Lacy
Snyder; reading, Leota Dowell;
reading, Ralph Burnsworth;
song, by eight girls, Arcadia
School song, by the pupils. Quite
a number of visitors were there
and all enjoyed the program
very much. Next Thursday
Miss Monger’s 3rd and 1th grade
pupils will give the program.
Mrs. M. M. Shull of La Harpe,
Kas., came Sunday morning to
care for her neice, Mrs. Charles
Miss Alfaretto Riekel and
Miss Esther Foster gave a party
to a few of their friends who
live here in town last Saturday
evening after which a number
of games were played. Re-
freshments were served con-
sisting of fruit salad, wafers
and cocoa. At a late hour all
departed thanking their hostess
for an enjoyable evening.
Mrs. Eva Schell of Chandler
is here with her mother, Mrs.
Willis Noel who has been quite
sick but is better at this writing.
Miss Nellie Neff accompanied
by Miss Gay Harmon went to
Luther Saturday to take music
instruction of Mrs. E. R. Thomp-
Miss Margarite Harmon of
Oklahoma City spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Harmon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erne son of
the City visited over Sunday
with their parents, Mr. and M’-i.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Young,
er Sunday and spent a few hours
with Mr. F. C. Dowell who has
been confined to his bed for the
past week with the flu but is
getting along nicely at this writ-
Mrs. J. T. Hughes and son
Emory drove over to Wagoner,
Oklahoma the first of trie week
t<T visit her parents, Mr. and
STATE CENTER NEWS
Mrs. D. L. Tharp is quite sick
at this writing.
Miss I’hila Hinson spent the
week end with her parents in
Louin Tiller spent Sunday
with his mother, Mrs. J. M.
Miss Gladys Pirkle and Miss
Willie Rut ledge spent a few days
last week with relatives at Guth-
L. V. Manwell was in Oklaho
ma City, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiller and
little daughter called on Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Vinyard Sunday
ST ATE CENTER SCHOOL
The township contest was
held Friday. March 3rd. Those
winning in the contests were as
Primary-. Joe Ross Dunaway
Grammar Edwin Kiser
The above named pupils are
eligible to enter the county con-
test which is to be held in Okla-
homa City, Saturday, April 1st.
A program will be given Fri-
day afternoon, March 10th by
the 8t ii amt 9th grade pupils.
Latest songs, best music, botli
vocal and instrumental next
Wednesday night. Columbine
Club always pleases.—Adver-
Mrs. A1 Fields returned to her
home in Sapulpa last Wednes-
Miss Marion Wagoner spent
Sunday with Miss Esther Foster
Dr. G. R. Norman and wife of
Oklahoma City spent Monday
night with J. E. Lawyer and
Wanita, little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Johnson who
has been quite sick with pneu-
monia is able to be up again.
E. H. Paine and family and
Leo Paine and family were
guests Sunday of Pink Stell and
Clifford Harris of Sapulpa
visited Miss Ruth Rogers the
first of the week.
Luther Slate Ban’;
r who has
1 days is re-
n and f'lmily,
! mily Marion
!;• “■•’y Stroup
!' ' Sunday
ON THE MAKING Or MAfCKES
Chine*e Factories Now Are Producing
Thousands of Tons, to the Great
Alarm of Japan.
Lawrence Davis is the guest
of Mary Agnes Canada this
Frank Walker and family of
Arcadia spent Sunday with
Henry Hillerby and wife.
There Is a Joy lu considering the old
verso which told of fleas having other
flea® upon their hacks to bite Vm. the
process continuing ad Infinitum. Be
cause out of the Far East cot • the
Interesting Intelligence that the Chi-
nese have gone into the manufactur-
ing of matches, and are so diligent and
skillful In the business, that the .lu|e
•nese trade la becoming fearful of
their progress, as comi*etltors, the
*'lnclnnati Enquirer states.
Not so long ago the American mur-
nets were flooded with cheaper lmlta
tlons of the cheap Swedish matches,
which compete with the sturdier aud
uore dependable flame-maker* turned
out as profusely in America. It was
not thought that there could be made
anything worse than the Scandinavian
product, but when the Japanese fraud
arrived, thla view was revised sharp-
If It la possible that the Chinese
have been able to make the matches
at a lower coat than their Nipponese
rivals, then Indeed they have uccmo-
pllshed the miraculous, and the world
will applaud them for the feat. Ap-
parently auccesa has come to them,
four large factories at Tlen-tain be-
ing needed to supply the demand
which la measured by the thousands of
tons. If they are being shipped to
thla country, as undoubtedly they will
he. It la to be hoped that the triumph
over the low-grade Japanese Imitation
of the erratic and undependable Swed-
ish splint has not been effected
through the sacrlflc1 of efficiency in
striking Are and holding it. Nothing
could be worse.
Waj er i
and Dea C
visitors of Earl
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Padgett
were guests Monday of his
mother, Mrs. Frank Young.
J. J. Williamson of Stillwater
was here this week on business
and greeting old friends.
Johnnie Rinehart, Jr., was
quite sick the first of the week.
LUTHER STATE BANK
Wanita Davis is spending the
week with Gladys Bedner.
Roy Babb and family who
have been a t the Huntington
home moved back to Oklahoma
City Monday, where Roy has a
position in a furniture store.
Dr. J. A. Perisho, wife and
daughter Beth of Cache came in
Tuesday to be at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Downs, for
a few days.
Money is easier. Get a loan on
your farm and pay your obligations.
Don’t let your friends wait any long-
er. $500,000.00 to loan to the right
party. — A. M. McCLURE, Luther,
The postoffice department has
declared that a vacancy exists
in the postmastership at Jones
City, and has requested the civil
service commission to order an
examination held for the purpose
of filling the vacancy.
The date of the ::imination
which will probably be held in
Oklahoma City, will be announc-
Catherine Crossby is spending
a few days with Ed Harrell and
John Walker has been quite ill
the past week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Llenry Hillerby.
The Little Players Music
Club will meet at the home of
Mrs. E. R. Thompson next
Saturday P. M.
If you love music from Old
Masters and lively melodies of
today attend the Columbine
Music Club Wednesday, March
I.oy Love and family were in
Oklahoma City Sunday to visit
his sister Mrs. Sherrill who is
Rockwood and Foster Blevins,
father and son, of Dewey town-
ship, were arrested Sunday by
county officers on charges of
violating the prohibition law.
They were released on bond.
**l Got Krai Mud when 1 Lo»t My
Setting Hen,” write® Mr®. Hanna,
“When I went into our barn anti found my
setter ■ trail I go* real mad. One package of Rat-
Snap killed mx big rats. Poultry raisers should use
Rat - snap " t ome* in cakes, no miiing. No smell
(rum dead rats. Lhreesises Prices.Me,65c.$1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by
T. II. Ray Taylor Drug Store
Tell all your friends about
the Columbine Music Club March
15. They can’t afford to miss
such a treat.—Advertisement.
REAL MARRYING SQUIRE
The election held Saturday
afternoon at the Jones City
school house for the purpose 9f
^voting on the proposition of con-
solidating Districts 85 and 31,
resulted in a big majority of the
votes being cast for consolidat-
ion. Th°re were 162 votss for
the proposition and 38 against.
It is the intention to supply a
new school building for the new
district, and have the same
ready for occupancy at the be-
ginning of the next term.
Lee Crossley wants you to
come and see him when you
need Groceries or Meats. He
carries a full line of Groceries
and Fresh and Salt Meats at all
times. Get his prices, and save
The Standard Lumber Co. was
awarded the contract for fur-
nishing the lumber for both the
Luther and Arcadia separate
school buildings. This was one
of the biggest bills of lumber
sold in the county for some time.
Mrs. J. J. Sloan and two chil-
dren who have been here some
time as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
On April 24, Itthi. Justice George E
Law of Brazil Indiana's famous "mar-
rying squire," performed his H,740th
marriuge ceremony, uniting Ralph
Rierhaum and Miss Beulah Wallace,
both of Terre Haute. In marriage.
Justice Law performed his first mar-
riage January '24. 1899. I Hiring ’ the
twenty-two years since then he has
featured his lucky trademark, thr
horseshoe and wedding bell and ha*-
bud the experience of marrying couples
from every pari of the globe, and
from every Mute in the United
Trackless Trolley Abroad.
From a German periodical, Eleki-
trotechnlsche and Maschlnenbau, we
learn that electrically-driven buses
connect Vienna with a suburb a short
An institution built on the success of
its friends and customers.
We solicit your account and business.
Call on us—we consider it a pleasure
to be of service.
OFFICERS and STOCKHOLDERS:
L. Elson P. M. Vorel
O. M. Cole
John Rinehart L. H. McMimmy
Security and Service
in Drugs and Toilet Articles
are here in *re»t variety and sf
high quality. We have a full
line of Fancy Soaps, Shaving
Soaps, Powders, Brushes, Spon-
ges. Puffs and all the little needs
•f the dressing table for man or
woman. Our Drugs are guaran-
teed pure and fresh, and we
make a specialty of quick and
careful compounding of pre-
Serious ilness in the family of
Henry Griggsby caused the case
against him to be stricken when
the same was called for trial in
the district court one day last
week. Griggsby is alleged to
have murdered his son-in-law,
Roy Alcorn, when Alcorn is said
to have approached the Griggs-
by home north of Harrah one
day last fall for the purpose of
taking Mrs. Alcorn home.
The case will be heard March
22, according to the county at-
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
Copy for new advertiaeaivaW or for
changes must be in the Register of-
fice not later than Tuesday 5 p. m to
insure publication in the euvront is-
sue. Copy reaching this ofice Inter
than Tuesday 5 p. m. will he charged
for at a higher rate, providing time
will permit of its insertion.
THE LUTHER REGISTER.
If you want to save money on Shoes
and Dry Goods, get offers’ prices and
Mr and Mrs. N. M. Steele andwill
children, Leonard and M |\\\> do sell cheaper. —JACOB LO-
Loui.se of Oklahoma City visited ' MAN. Advertisement.
Lov Love, left Sunday for Okla-1 distance away. These trackless trot-
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homa City and expect to go to
Los Angeles, Calif., soon to re-
pneumatic tires and are
On Road Contract
The board of county com
missioners Tuesday awarded the
contracts for six and one-half
miles of hard surface road, as
follows: Three miles between
Oklahoma City and Britton was
awarded to the Green Construc-
tion Co. at $74,871.60; two miles
from the 23rd street road to
Spencer was let to the Con-
tinental Asphalt Co. for $5J,-
554.70; and a stretch a mile and
a half south of the City was a-
warded to Swatek & Co. for
The road south of Spencer
will be constructed of rock as-
phalt the first of the kind in the
county. The other roads are to
be of concrete. All of the roads
are expected to be completed in
three months. Work is to be-
gin next week. Oklahoma coun-
ty labor will be used on all work,
being one of the provision ■ of
The county commissioners are
greatly pleased over the saving
they made by readvertising for
these roads, the bids at Tu s
day’s letting being $34,995. "!
LOSS of TIME.
MAKES PROFITS DISAPPEAR.
Mr. FARMER—Any farm implement out
of date is expensive.
Any piece of machinery that needs con-
stant repairs is even more expensive.
Both eat up the profits.
Why not come to toWn now, before the
spring rush, and look at machinery and
implements that will PRODUCE profits?
It costs nothing to look, but it is worth a
lot to own them. Ask anybody who uses
them. The profits they make talk loud-
er than our words.
WE DO UNDERTAKING
A. C. COUCH, - LUTHER, OKLA.
Before you buy Shoes come
in and see our line of famous
•Star* Brand Shoes. They’re
better.—Engel’s Quality Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave King enter
leys run .... ,------------------— —„ - —.....„ ------0 ■.—
led from a double trolley line on which I less than the bids received a ft
rolls a small contact-making carriage, ! weeks ago when all were rejei:'
connected with a flexible cable to the [
cur. The length of this cable can he
varied, as Its end Is wound around a
Contracts for twentv-fivc
take-up drum. Approaching cars have j more of roads will be let
whan niKvinif t»nrh nth**r pt- ^ the next few months.
to atop when passing each other,.*-*- ,
change their cables and proceed agftin.
The cars are driven by two motors,
tai*ned”at TfiiuV dinner'Sunday j^
111 honor of Mr. and Mrs. Adda ^ Jlriei'tly without any geurs. Tho
King. Those present were Mr. | £u(lea accommodate 2*
me cars are omen oy two luoiurs, , . ,, y
built Into the rear wheels. They are 1 1 edrs
OKLAHOMA CITY— Guilty
with a sentence of four years in
M. S. Ryan, county treasurer,
has extended the time for the
payment of the first half of the
Fixes without the penalty, until
March 15. The regular time for
putting on the penalty is March
1, but because the assessor’s
books were not turned over at
the regular time, the time for
the payment of taxes has been
Subscribers having news for publi-
cation will oblige the Register by
handing the same in by 5 p. m. v ^
Wednesday of each week. This refers
to personal and local items. News of
a more general nature is wanted as
soon as it happens, any time. Call
Phone 18 or 58.—Advertisement.
Life, Accident, Health
F. W. WRIGHT
____ ______________ __ passengers,
and Mrs. Glen Walker, Mrs. Al- hut can carry as many as 40.—Selen-
bert Cole of Oklahoma City
Frank Ecker and family of Choc-
taw and the bride and groom.
An enjoyable day was spent by
MraJEd".A rt*hur^ancTidaughters C'Jl
Misses Gladys and Gertrude and
Mrs. Rodgers drove over from
Luther Tuesday afternoon and
called on Mrs. Leslie Garlin,
and to see the new boy.
Mrs. Chas. Garlin of Luther
returned to her horpe Saturday
afternoon, after spending a
week with her son Leslie Garlin
and wife, helping to care for the
The Frisco steel laying gang
arrived in Jones City this W’eek
and will start laying the heavy
steel from here to the City.
Why Mr. N. Windsor (R. I.) Put Up
with RaU for Years
a*o I fot aom« rat poison, which nearly
fine watch dog. We put up with rat®
killed our fine watch dog. Wc put up with rat®
until a friend told me about Rat-Snap It surely
kills rats, though house pets won't touch it " Rats
dry up and leave do small. Puces. JSc. 65c. ti.25.
Sold sod guaranteed by
T. H. Hay Taylor Drug Store
How to Ship Flowers. rhnrtrsarl
When packing flowers for mail, j 4 ‘__Jf 1
never send them in a cardboard box;
always lu tin or wooden Fill box.
but be careful to avoid the slightest
water aud uae only
tissue paper to Hue the box. A good
way to pack long-stemmed flowers
Is to lay them In rows at each end of
the box. their stems overlapping in
Take a stick juat a trifle longer
than th# Inside width of the box
and spring It across the center of the
box, pressing It well down on to the
ends of the stems. This plan keeps
every bloom from moving and be-
coming bruised or broken Boll tis-
sue paper around the stick. Tills
prevents any damage being done to
the stalks. Never use cotton wool
except when packing very delicate
"There are a great many mosquitoes
around here,” remarked the Hummer
“Yes," replied Fanner Corntossel;
"we have to put up with 'em without
complainin'. They mostly come around
at this time of year Summer board
art seem to bring 'em."
the penitentiary, was the ver-
dict of a jury in the case against
C. \V. Rosevelt, proprietor of the
O.K. Artificial Limb Co., who
with having tried
to burn his house on Exchange
avenue on last Thanksgiving
day. Quick arrival of firemen
saved the dwelling. Candles
were found nestled in cotton sat-
urated with oil. Insurance of
$1500 was carried on the furni-
ture, it was testified.
FOR THE FARMERS!
SPENCER—Word was receiv-
ed here this week of the death
at Milfay on Monday, of William
Russell, a former resident of
this place, his death being due
to dropsy. Burial was made
Tuesday at Stroud.
Deceased was born in Missouri
and was 61 years, 10 months and
14 days old at the time of death.
He had lived in Oklahoma many
ylars. He leaves a wife, Eliza-
beth Russell, who is tho daugh-
ter of A. J. Legg of this place,
and two children—Ralph Russell
of Arkansas City. Kan , and Miss
Laupa Russell at home.
The relatives have the sin-
cere sympathy of their friends
We have stocked up to the limit in order
that farmers may secure anything they
desire in hardware at a moment’s notice.
No delay of any kind, and no uncertainty
as to what it will be after you get it.
REMEMBER THIS: You won’t have to
worry over the quality. We’ll take cai’e
of that. You won’t have an opportunity
to complain of the price. Everything is
marked down too low for that.
We are receiving new Implements and
Tools for the farm almost every day—
we are prepared for your wants.
Full Line of
CASKETS and COFFINS
T. H. RAY
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