Capitol Hill News. (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1907 Page: 1 of 12
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CAPITOL HILL NEWS.
Entered as second-class matter. Nov. 11, 1905, at the postoHice at Capitol Hill, Qkla., under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
v OLIJME II. CAPITOL HILL. OKLAHOMA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY APRIL 25,1907. NUMBER 34
. FOR SALK:
A 4-room house o i 2 lojs, 'i block
Robinson on F street; easy terms,$800
A 2-room house on a lot and on
D street, will be ready by May lsf;
ou easy payments.
Two choice lots on Business Broad
Two fine lot* on A Ave, $425.
Two good lots yi block from. Rob-
inson street, $350; easy payments.
Two houses and 2 lots on Pine
T wo lots in South Park $200.
For loans on anything o? value or
for choice building sites south of the
river see ROBT. MEE,
No. 15 old Po. Bldg. Phone 1544.
Iiupertor—C. E. Lacey.
ludges—R. W. Dryer and Lon.
Clerks—J. J. Hickey and S. G
Twenty pounds of granulated sugar
for ONE DOLLAR at Scrivner & Ste-
vens C. O. D. store.
Mrs. Lon Caldwell returned from a
visit with relatives at Mountain View
and CHAIRS. Oklahoma Sporting
Mrs. Logan has returned from Mis-
Ice. Ice, Ice!
As soon as the weather settles I will
dtliver ice daily to all parts of the Hill.
Get yoi r ice boxes ready and address,
j.J. Hickey, P. O. box 21.
Quite a number of our young ladies
have become members of the Y. W.
C. A., in the city, which is creating
much interest at the present time and
D omises to ne a factor of much
FOR RENT—2-room hourse,
(furnished) avenue A, Capitol
Hill, $6.50 Robt. Mee. No. 15, old
P. O. building. Ehone 1544.
Louis Brand oi Tomatoes the finest
on the market, 2 cans 25c Scrivner &
Five-room house and 18 lots; good
bargain—close in—Capitol Hill, Price
$2100 cash; or time on part.
Lemon Realty Co.,
Bazaar Mercantile Co-, Capitol Hill.
Mrs. Kelly Miller has a beautiful
new piano, and is justifiably happy in
A bright, pretty baby girl arrived at
the home of D. M. Shelton Wednes-
day morning for an extended stay with
SOCIAL STUDY CLUB
The social club met April 19th
with Mrs. W. K, Ransom at her new
home on, Broadway. Each member
took some useful kitchen article: thus
the social-^side of the club was em-
phasized in making the hos.ess the re-
cipient of a “kitchen shower.”
Roll call was answered by proverbs
by the following: MesJames Lingen-
felter, Agee. Lesser, Eggleston, Cle-
ment and Ransom. The program
proved very interesting and was well
Mrs. Eggleston had as her subject,
Rutherfotd B. Hav° Mrs. John Les-
ser, fames G. Garfield; and Mrs.
Agee, Chester A. Arthur.
Mrs. D. S. Woodson was a pleas-
ant and welcome visitor, she having
severed her membership with the clnb
by a change of residence, much to the
regret of all.
The next meeting 31 be Friday
afternoon, May 3d, with Mrs. Robt.
A FIE SUPPER.
The Ladies Aid of the Baptist
church will give a supper at Bazaar
hall Friday night May 3 l' p/.
Supper 25c, Children un er 12 yrs.
Salads—chicken, roast pork, beef, ham
Baked-beans, pickles, deviled eggs
PlE—Mince, chocolate, lemon, cherry
No use usingl packing house pro-
ducts when you can get home cured
meats and home rendered lard at
Scrivner & Stevens ?
H. C. Shilling will attend the big
K. of P. merger to be held at Shaw-
nee next week at which time it is to
oe decided as to whether the two
grand lodges of O. T. and 1. T. unite
and come into statehood as a single
body numbering nearly 15,000 K. Ps’.
Mr. Schilling has been in the grand
lodge over twelve years and is an en-
thusiastic and diligent worker.
U, S. Grant, 128 w 1st street, num-
bers several Hillites among his board-
ers, and their verdict is “The best for
tde money.” A first-class dinner for
20 cents. Sweet and neat, social
and home-like; a home for bachelors,
a resting place for the traveler, a feast-
ing place for the hungry.
Mrs. Woodson was a welcome vis-
itor to our home last Friday.*
EAST SIDE NOTES.
M. F. B.
M. A. Thompson of Arkansas, has
built a pretty cottage which he will
soon occupy and expects to build two
more. Let the good work go on.
Mr. Roberts of the west side is
building on College Aue.
Mr. Ladd of Oklahoma City is
building a nice 4-roorred cottage on
I he widow Lawrence is building a
nice 2-story house among the peach
Miss Jessie Summers of Oklahoma
City was a guest Saturday and Sun-
day at the Bradway home.
Lawn-mowers and Bicycles.
Easy payments. Oklahoma Sporting
Mr. Meadows is having a well drill
ed on his property on College Hill,
he expects to build a nice residence
The little four months old baby of
C. W. Beaver and wife died Wednes-
day night about midnight. The little
one had never been strong and had
taken whooping cough W’hich caused
spasms, and resulted in death. M r
and Mrs. Beaver have the sympathy
of every one who knew them, iu their
Post-master Alexander is starting
the erection of a two room house on
College Hill. Pony Jessup has th»
W.K. Ransom will have a modern
cottage built on his recently purchased
lots on College Hill, l he building is
n charge of contractor Gilchrist,
Mrs. Taylor made this office a
pleasant call this week. They expect
to move into their modern cottage on
Broadway next week and will be a
valuable addition to the Hill’s society.
See Scrivner the horse-shoer and
first class blacksmith at his new shop
on Robinson street.
Mrs. D. S. Woodson, accompanied
by her mother, returned home last
week only to leave the Hill again in
only a few days, to take up her resL
dence near Alva, where Mr. Woodson
has a fruit farm, we are sorry to lose
D. S. and wife who were among our
best citizens but we hope for their re-
turn some time.
Be sure to vote for the best men.
ROYAL HELPING CLUB
l he members of the Royal Help-
ing Club will give an entertainment
on the evening of May 10th at the
opera house, on Robinson street. T he
proceeds will be given to the U. B.
church. A play will be given enti-
tled “Out in the Streets,” by local
talent. An admission of 15 cents will
be charged for adults and 10 cents for
children under 12 years, Remember
the date, Friday night, May 10.
For painting and paper hanging call
on J. E, Exleton, A ave. and Ohio t
Dr. Clement and family have moved
into their beautiful new home on Main
street, and already they seem to feel
very much "at home."
Geo. I Jackson, who has been one
of the grocerymen on the Hill, has
decided to engage in other business,
and taken down the store front from
his building which he will turn into a
residence. He has already moved it
back to the residence line and will soon
have a cosy home for himself and
family. Mr. Jackson is one of our
most respected citizens who has won
many friends by his square dealing, all
of whom will be sorry to see him quit
J. E. Exleton, the painter and pa-
per hanger guarantees all his work to
be first class. Residence Avenue A
and Ohio street.
The office of the new lumber yard
is about completed and the erection of
sheds will begin in a few days. There
is a large amount of lumber already in
the yard and by the 1st of May you
can get your lumbeJ right at home
and Mr, Leeper will prove it to your
interest to dc so.
Did you ahear the church bells ?
The U. B. people, with their usual
enterprise, have placed a new bell in
tbeir church towers and hereafter it
will "call sweetly to the house of
prayer.” so that every one will know
just when its time to go. This is the
first church bell ever rung on Capitol
Hill. But we hope to have three
more added to the list soon.
Capitol Hill Lots.
1 have several cheap close in lots
des.rable at $100 to $150 on easy
payment plan—just put on the market.
Lemon Realty Co.,
Bazaar Mercantile Co.. Capitol Hill
Fresh Fish every T hursday and
Friday; 15c per lb. at Scrivner & Stev-
ens. C. O. D. Store.
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Jackson, S. M. Capitol Hill News. (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1907, newspaper, April 25, 1907; Capitol Hill, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc936325/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.