Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1918 Page: 2 of 8
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■H4v»S« v .h-H-M-I-I* | ■ ■ I -I-I' *I-M ■ •!-H’*!*
^ LOCAL AMP PERSONAL *
SHANDS DRUG STORE
This Season Be Sure to
«M*4-i-M-l-l-i-Hr* were happily joined in the holy
Prod llrown of the Limestone hands of matrimony at the 1st
neighborhood v.as a WVwoka BapM»t \Church in Holden ville
visitor the first of the week. »ktot Saturday evening. Rev Bell
__ officiating. The bride is the
Walter Ferguson of Holdeu- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
ville was a busines visitor to 8cegraves of Naples. Texas and
Wewoka the first of the week • cousin of Mrs. John F. Romy
_ of this city, with whom she has
Mrs. Eppler of Seminole was “^d® her home for the past two
s Wewoka visitor Sunday .the y®«®* During her stay In We-
guest of Miss Sweat!. wok* •*»« has made many close
_ friends by her winning ways,
Mrs. Richard Harrison is in **Wng » prominent part in
the city from Camp Bowie visit- church and social affairs. She
ing relatives and friends. 'to Indeed a most charming
_ young lady. Mr. Fowler is a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cllstrap young man of fterUng qualities,
spent Sunday in Shawnee with H® has been associated with the
relatives. Capital-Democrat almost with- i
_ out Interruption for the past 5
Robert Fish was a business ye*n ®nd the paper never had a
visitor to Wewoka the first of mor® faithful employee. At
he week. present he Is our linotype oper-
_ ator, and will continue his con-
Misses Roberta Tucker and *»®ction with the paper. “Louie”
Bva Combs- of Oklahoma City M he is familiarly known In We-
ipent Sunday In Wewoka the w°ka, is the son of Mrs. Mary
quests of Mias Frankie Tucker. F. Fowler and a brother of A.
_ M. Fowler of this dty. Mr. and
J. E. Patterson, of the Patter- Mrs. Fowler have been over-
ion Mercantile Co„ transacted whelmed with congratulations
business In OklahmnTcity the *">« the people of (his com-
Irst of the weStT munlty upon their marriage..
_ with whom the Capital Demo-
Misses i JiMai end Iflarv Rob- most heartily Joins. They
'at home” after June
If it’s anything carried in an up-to-
date drug store, we have it. Drugs,
Toilet Articles,(Rubber Goods, Sun-
dries, Candies, Kodaks, Filins, in
fact everything the words drug store
Our fountain is equipped with the
Vortex Sanitary Drinking Cape, fur-
nishing an individual cup with every
drink.' Absolutely Sanitary i
“More where These Came From"
Doesn't always hold good this year
We dont like to tell you about the probable
scarcity of wool and the difficulty in get-
ting good clothes, We have anticipated
your needs the best we can and really have
a line worth your while to inspect. We
handle only standard brands of men's and
women’s wearing apparel.
A. H. TA YLOR
SHANDS DRUG STORE
A Dollar's Worth for a
skian. such as Chamberlain^
COLEY-OUTLAND code and Diarrhoea Remedy
- for bowel complaints.
Mr. Chester Coley and Miss Chamberlain’s Cough Reme-
Cosy Outland were married at dy for coughs, colds and croup.
Holden ville 1st Baptist Churctf Chamberlain’s Liniment for
Saturday .rente*. Iter. M of- ;***»”• “* rt“>um*°c
« »M4W Hnwilt
j I M'I I I'!■ ««l l l«M l
Mrs. Homer Key of Holden-
ville spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Per-
kins in the Sams community.
AT A BARGAIN
Rev. Brinkley left the first of
the Week for Hot Springs, Ark,,
to attend to Southern Baptist
convention, in session at that
Chester is a substan- jI~££unberlalll.,
tial young man of the 49 com- ^mach troubU
muity in the north end of the mid constipation
county. He has resided In We-*! By having tht
woka for the past two years hand it would <
»nd h“k -rf ,ri“<u
here. The bride is the daughter nJght and wouM
of Mr. and Mrs. N.* R. Outland treat the slight
of the Justice community just soon as they app
See A. T. Meek
Mrs. M. Pyle of M1H Creek Is
spending the week in Wewoka
with her sister, Mrs: Frank GI1-
Going to Build
A. T. Meek will preach at the
Butner schoolhouse Sunday at
11 o’clock, A. M„ and at Pal-
mer schoolhouse in the after-
noon at 8 o'clock.
duatrtoua, progressive young
people and the C-D bespeaks for
them a long, happy and pros-
perous life. 'Cheater has recei-
ved notice from the war depart-
ment that he Is expected to en-
ter the ‘service of Ids country
between he 26th and the 80th
are inst. Mr. Coley and Mrs.
Fowler are cousins.
William Orwtg returned to
his home at Independence, Kan.
the first of the week after a
month’s visit with his son, 8.
8. of this dty.
hi thelfsttar ef SssmmI W. Lsae, Bank-
la Baakrapto. No. 1S4#.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OK
Toths Creditors of SmbuM W. Laos, of
♦ W.L. KNIGHT 4*
♦ Physician and Suranon 4*
4* Ras. riwoi in, osn Asm «4 «f*
♦ ■ ♦
4* Wewoka Okia 4*
Be it barn* out-bouoo, fence, or any-
9 made of Weed, this is the place to
• for your lumber. Wo’ll give you a
Mrs. Count Dunaway of Hol-
denville was in Wewoka Mon-
day visiting with relative^ and
C. L. HILL 4*
Attorney at Law ♦
DU 1S-1T. NomU-Kuus 4*
woka Oklahoma 4*
Mrs. Amos Williams who is
teaching at 49, was In Wewoka
the last of the week en route to
Hoklenvllle for a visit with her
And we’ll guarantee that far Service,
Appearance and Economy you'll not find
the equal of our lumber anywhere. Call
and see for yourself.
Thursday, May 90th, 1M8. st the hour
of "• o’clock a. a., at which tiroo ths
ersditoru may attend, prove their claim*,
aaamins ths bankrupt, elect a trustos
and transact any and nil other business
that may properly come before said
Dated at McAleater, said District, this
the 14tb, day of May, 1918.
R. H. Matthews,
Referee in Bankruptcy. |
Claude Bunyard of the Far-
mers National Bank left Mon-
day for Kansas City to look af-
ter business matters and to
take in the sights.
;Norvell & Haulsee;
• Land Litigation a Specialty *
Norvell Kanaga Bldg.
Phone 112 ~
T. H. Rogers Lumber Company
JESS McMULLEN, Manager.
We are informed that Lieut.
Richard Harrison had a narrow
escape along with .eleven men
who were killed when a mortar
shell prematurely exploded Ht
Camp Bowie last week, an ac-
count of which was in the daily
amta^r ohto^cttr of Teiede,
Frank X Chens? makes osth that ha
to senior partner of the firm of P. J.
Cheney A Co.. Solas business In thr City
ef Toledo. County and State aforesaid,
MEDICINE. PRANK J. CHfMt.
Mrs. W. L. Thurston and Mrs.
L. L. Sturgeon left the first of
the week for Hot Springs to at-
tend the Southern Baptist con-
vention as delegates from We-
woka. They will remain there
for about a month for the bene-
fit of their health.
Dr. W. W. McDonough
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty
All Work Guariuiteed
Milk delivered twice daily,
morning and evening..
65-16 tf. O. L. Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Stokes
left - the first of the week Dor
Siloam -Spgs., Ark., Mr. Stokes
win return In a few days, leav-
ing Mss. Stokes there for the
We wish to extend our heart
felt thanks to our many friends
for their kindness, sympathy,
aid and flowers, during the Ill-
ness and death of our husband
and father. We shall never fob-
Mrs. Ckristain and family*
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Day, Jesse L. Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1918, newspaper, May 16, 1918; Wewoka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937028/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.