The Harrah News (Harrah, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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IF IT HAPPENS
IT WILL BE IN
HARRAH, OKLAHOMA* FRIDAY T13CEMBER 10. 1916
Two Big Shows
Sat. night Dec. 18
At the Auditorium
Athds to bemsefl to; Christmas tree
24 People 24
Prices 10c and 15c
Tht News has placed within tb* past
two months the names of a number
of new subscribers on our books. We
arc also for the goodlv num-
ber of renewals. We are offering
special inducements to secure new
subscribers in the way of offering free
The Weekly Kansas City Star with
each subscription foT two papers 'f*r
one dollar- As an extra inducement
• 3y George 'M. Fowtar ,J
cTMr. Sw&zeiihoff -of Shawnee,1
'was out at Grandpa Chancellor**
Sunday inspecting*‘these fertlk-
slopes with a "view of 'buying if
suited. He i? a skilled workman;
tin the railroad shops there.
Mr. C. V. Sewell of Anthony,
*Ohio was down the past week
looking after his- farm <in this
•settlement, 'it has-been eleven
years since he was down here’
until this visit, and he seems to
Sthink many changes have occur-
red during that'time. The wri-
ter has been acting agent for
•Mr" Sewell’s property during
txaost of the past «years.
well out this way as the folka^
are in-any part of this country.*
Oh yes-the -bootlegger* jt doing’
pretty Well too in some places—
but he is having I n—II of a hard’
time*while-hews at it.
Dick Henderson was -a City visitor
Earnest King was a tity visttm
If you have a farm tar M-eht call at
the News office.
If you want to rent a farm cair at
Mrs. Carter of route 1 was her*
Grandma Whitson of Peach Grove
was h*M fuonrfay.
Buy yonr Xmas foyc from the Har-
rah Drug Go.
Mre. Arthur Waner was a Shawnee
Mr. Wilcoxon is busy repairing 'hia
A car load of corn vrts shipped fiotr
here this week.
Percy Scott came ‘down’ from tha
City Friday and returned Saturday.
Herbert Brand of the city • waa herd
Saturday and Sunday visiting friends,
L. Fiat hit rented the Martin farm
near the Home Valley school house.
Mra. C. A. Woods was very a!A
Monday morning but m<fce„ier now.
Mr. P. EL Carpenter and aona Jesse
and Millie were in the City Saturday.
Mr. and lira. Wilooran are visiting
here from Yale and looking over their
Mr. and Mra. Lean Pelmer and Mrs.
J. S. Torbitt were Shawnee visitors
Mr?. BiHy Blnaa came down from the
City Friday to visi£ Grandma Woods
who ia very ill.
More'failures result from the habk
of Tutting things off than any other
M. J. Stow enterprising local mdkeh-
ant tfia.’.e a boaraexs trip to the City
Mrs. Emma gras and daughter Mra.
Minnie Kaines of route 1 were here
Mr. Will Skorkokrsky returned Mon-
...... _______ day from the City after a visit to par-
Home Talent plays to be given at the’! enta and other relative a.
auditorium next Saturday night. The . <j. T.-Garner of the Davidson-Owo
young people will present a three ac^ )jMmb„ WM h#ra tbi» week Ukinp
comedy ent.tled “A Friend Of Thu the semi-annual inventory.
Whole Family and the married worn-
en will give the play “How The Mrs. Jessie Geyer of Piedmont visit-
Story Grew” The proceeds will be ed her parents Mr. and Mrs. Av J.
A Long Lifi
k and thirty - eight years. He
; writes, “A great age in this gen-
: e ration is ninety rears''. Yet
> there are in theUnited States to
\ day. according to government
f etntiatiee, tthouaaods of men and
► women who have aar ehed ages
i OM Sants Claus will soon be here,
all little boya and girls visit the Har
, rah -Drug Co and see what old -Santa
has left these.
Mr* W. P. Montgamery and «vn
Carl rwturnetf Monday td their home in
Guehing attar a ten days visit with
UmSa Mack Montgbasery.
Jtm Tkylor who runs a-botel at Hot
Springs, Arkansas, ia expected here in
‘fffew’days to via* hia parents Mr. and
ktra. W. FV Taylor.
I C.P. rtymracewmpanted bf Dr. Haas
|v. ent Sunday tw-a hespitaf hrtbe City.,
Wt the IJt «pectad he-win have te dndeege
gj m. ** spii’ttion before he can recover.
young, tkvmmber of ceses of-scarlet fever
tahood: ■®*0,a Vallay •>•** sauced the
n thnne *• «h»e. The toucher is aCricic-
mi old Wrth th# <eTer*
Don't fall to iwad the ad'of the Har-
• raft Drug Co in thie paper. * The pre-
r priertor* Jesse Mooney and fortf Nowa-
keeke are good business man and town
* boosters. They deaerve your patron-
Attesn otdag«T . Mrwni«e.-a>ea--.nr- between these mark* Than
rested to us byreading aaemicte<da ate hundreds wfce haee passed
the Kaaaas City Star en the subject, ,i___*______^
relpoimm ftfkleJtll ***** *• *■«. We of the pMS-
been kiadeneughuto sariteMbw-dsHww- «at, who, Kke myself, have |tSS8-
•iagenUresting atory.*-whfcb- will -«arj«4 the four-SCQTt
through.several issues ef this paper.
Although the writer has arrived aha
great age ti*e reader wslkftad«*ha»>dda
mmd.is ea active as ever. Thiw-Wfl!
ittteceai you. D— at aadgaadit. *
Editor News — tn f n—nijinif
good coffee. “Go way lasses".!
I These good country .dinners are
the dinners for me! i-Here -is
►where ere ask “whence an l”
-and “how long-will 1 be herd*”
cYea sir, Uncle“Hez” sad Mrs.
Chancellor sure do live at home
-and on the ?!£at of the land-’. -
Good Cotton Day
G V 'The fallowing are the names
. tokthetontnbu mg who have been
^prolongiqg-my life to.may aL|<nt ^ terdv ^ine
i I**™ b^<M?d .Wnwnth of November:
> by the Psalmist. i
-Having talked with*sn«ny»rsetld r FrincipaPs Room
. men \( American-born) -and they. Whiter Conner, Leona Far is,
;! also testify«s to the many hard- Leona Glamser, Crillian Glamser1
• 'ships, to which noi,aloneas»boys Honea, 'Carrol Honea,
i but Also as men,t they” under- Ethel Martin.
•went in their young days in this T MissUBosse’s Room
country and any of your readers, Clara Beavers^' ary Beach,
old folks,* can eompare notes as Jewel Grimes, Anna Shaw,
to*the condition of farm life in Bmma Stinson, Sylvia Dye,
'•the early days-in* thi»"tJounM,y Beatrice • GiliWand Jane Miles,
audalso show the youth of‘*this Mayme Woods, Alta *Moore,-
generatiorf-the^ superior-advan-'?^rd !9ur,^r' 'Virgil Harrison,
, ‘ EasetGlamser, Kenneth* Lanycn
Uges they harc. inooKnpamoa Edge, I^n Grim=,.
^vith*thoseaf* »tfmr foreftfthers: ’ »
manrof Wh^. Mpeciall.onthe ^.EtHe, Arnettp Effie 0gieD , ,
frontier, had no opportunity of paui. Donnell, G*dy Harrison, p
obtaining any education. * And I Ted Honea, Alice Johnson,’*
sincerely-teu8t-ttoaLthe yoitth^ <vKelly, Walter Kernagban ^
‘to-day'may sedtrieuslytgnake «use” Elmer-^lamser, Floyd Miller, «
oftlK,e ,dv«„t^,w*ile-yan1>*. flki*;R"^rtson- PeUa, ^
and notrtvrfh remorse (as in wiyJ.Kamer Woods J q
own case) depiore the-negieebof I , , _ ju
.1 . . . . Miss Wicken-'fl-!Room. < bi
^ f.l I....... j Jessie Seal. Them Donnell, !*l!SS Myrtle Ward received 840
HoW-to Live to Be a Hundred. Mane Housh, Montie jHarder, : *,,f! won the cake Wlth M,as
The Secret-of43)d i Age. 4Fred*Harder,->MontieICernaghan Johnson a r,ose second with sio
..... J Willard Lanyon, Flora Nowak- i J‘ D' Lvwia m»de » brief bu>
> |oske, Walter McCarty, Wenona esti,,g ta,k- Frank
Tne writer o. -an article in the McCarty, Vergil -Moore, jjelma auc*‘oneiBr. Other feat®
K. C. Star proffesses to have se-jfMoore.tlvan Ogden, HazcJ Pace, the*v«nF3 entertainment were:
:ured data from old people row Bertha Ward, Trudie Waner, by J,aan,fat^oush> “Yod
iving; one, a woman. **tt*ining Travea'Waner, Gorald Wilson, * When Fm Dead” old Blue
;he great age'61 one 'hundred CberleyWilson, Rosella Wilson’ bychorua, ‘Out in Oklahoma”
_______4£athe»»ne‘Wolf, Kenney MeNa- by Ste,Ia Lewis, Ahcfe Johnson,
mara. Arnett and Annie Shaw, du«
From Pie Suppe
Proceeds Will Ba'Used For
n -Mi»« Joaphine Miller teacher- of
_ j fcbO Peach Grovr achocSWaa a visitor
11 in town Saturday.
t Mia* Laura Cooper of McCloud vikit-
ed Saturday and Sunday with Mias
! " Porter Ragland of Schuler, Nebraaku
i! ia at home with hia family for a twe
’ weeks viait.
U'A Elaftf Shirley went up to the
City last Friday to viait relatives and
-friends for a few days.
Max dealer of route 4 Luther was
| in town Saturday, fie lost a fine mule
edit 6 months old a few days ago.
• Bill Wright returned home Tuesday
from Gruttinger Iowa where ha ha*
been working on h ataar: above!.
The young ladies assisted by the
married ladies served dinner at the
Randall sale clearing about ejp;ht dol-
lars for the Xmas tree.
December 16th an election fof Con*
aolidatien of Schools will be held for
the purpose of uniting the school* at
Star, Liberty and Pleasant Hill. *
1 NOTICE .
9 I am here now and ail accounts
S owing to me nmsibbeUaken ease
• LOCAL AND PERSONAL •
Our Books. Are Closed
' Please don’t ask fof-Credit with-.';
out you have' security. j
C. L. ’Martin j
Harrah- OU.> !
| «X3^"n;’^'rt",'n“'*titT Uo A. Ma.,erd.r.
I Mr. Md Mr*. O. L. *WW «d Him *P«cial *«ent L*0 A Mastarson
l Etta CoMtingham, -of Uonea, vlai<*d^announe«S that tlMr-C were 2,689
*"■ °* ^ Sk*rfcry’ w»*k- M bales of cotton, counting round
k .**" 4,*lTi“ '** bales,ginned in Oklahoma
P harfoogLtarMr. and Mr* Hxartph^r' County prior toNov.44. 1915 as
f amtAmUy. * cmnpJtred t4 ll;33H bales ginned
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'lefty a ffewdayh^fci, wm,k m. acvmmt! th“ *‘tmrl?>on at_achool
of the iitnes#(ff her mother Mra O^-A fgrminda. Dale vs Harrah.
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