Wheatland Weekly Watchword. (Wheatland, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 2, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 16, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
WHEATLAND, OKLA., SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1908
Qoley were in Oklahoma City visit-
Inc lest Thursday.
Fjed Boyer was shopping in town
Saturday. He brought butter and
egg* to market
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Streeter attend-
ed file lecture given by Miss Suther-
land Saturday night.
Mf. Smith, manager of the Wheat-
leaf Watchword, was here Thursday
Merchant Thlessen was an Okla-
homa City visitor Thursday as was
alse^K. M. Williams.
gNs. Meyers, Mrs. Zlmpel and Pearl
Hei&l visited with Mrs. Scallorn,
A|aa King returned from Chicks-
sha Sunday, where she has been vis-
iting her sister, Mr. Byrd.
Mrs. Ellis of Edmond, visited rela-
tive*^ here several days this week, re-
turntag home Saturday.
Mils Ticer, of Council, who has
been,. Visiting with Miss Maude Head-
rick^ returned home Saturday.
M and Mrs. Ooley returned to
theijf home at Fargo Friday. Miss
T. mrowne returned home with them.
Vwnon Broun planted sweet pota-
toeatlii the rain the other day. He
hadmo be toid to come in out of the
M. M. WILLIAMS
OtffTAL STMI ItMNuN SMMJt AM PM9VVB I
The safstv of its depositors is guaranteed by the depositor!
fund of tlie State olfoklaboma as required by tiMMnkhq
*UtOIRECTORS-C. H. Michaelsen, Pat. Purcell, L. N.
J. Hunker, M. M. WUHsme.
Traessrts s Oeesral Iselrleg iesiesss. Teer Pstrsesgs telh
AOVBRTieiNO RATCS: Display, tea
cent! per Inch, single column measure*
aaent, per week, on contract advertise*
■mu. Reading locals, five cents per
Mae, per week. In black face, ten cents.
Special rate on display advertisements
fliers one-fourth page. Birth, death and
marriage notices, free. Church, society
and obituary notices at regular rate. No
'free list. Count six words to line. For
,*11 Information see the local editor.
’ Johnle McGinley was in town Fri-
Mrs. Voslcek was shopping here
Walter Dixon returned from Tulsa
■ Mrs. Morgan was an Oklahoma vis-
Mr. and Mrs. Hill were Oklahoma
Miss Freda Riesmey visited with
Mrs. Weiche was an Oklahoma vis-
itor Friday last.
W. Howard was an Oklahoma City
was an Oklahoma
is the largest and moat com-
plete up-to-date Trading Em-
porium in Wheatland, or any
town this near to Oklahoma
I can sell you anything
from a needle to a threshing
rig and just to keep busy
have a few nicknacks in the
Agricultural Implements that
will arrest vour attention.
x want to see Wheatiaiid
grow and be known far and
near as one of the thriftiest
towns ever platted and that is
the reason I take this large
space in Wheatland’s new
paper. I want you to read
this advertisement and come
and tell me that you saw it in
the new paper. I want to sell
you goods and can safely
say that I have a splendid line
of everything new. I want to
In fact I can almost supply
umpers and Over-
The Noyes, Norman Shoe
Co's. SHOES, in Velour,
Box Calf and Patent
Leather Dress Shoes and
all kinds of Work Shoes.
Choice line of Family
Groceries Fresh and of
Sale Agent for "Hastert
Crass" sad “White Ltttf
near. The housewife’*
delight, once tried always
, and Mrs. Jasper Naylor, for-
r of this vicinity, but now at
ilo, N. Y., are the parents of
«ss Byrd Burford, Mr. D. Van-
dykf, of Tuttle, and Mr. Treadway, of
Yultui. visited Miss Maude Headrick
Ml A. Hughes and family, of Lex-
ington, Ky., are visiting with Mr.
Hughes' parents. Mg. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs
City visitor Monday.
Miss Lula Heisel was an Oklahoma
.City visitor Monday.
Mre. Ogle and daughter were shop-
ping here Saturday.
Ben Cage purchased a plow of Mr.*
Thlessen this week.
Every Foot ......—
Ugliest Market Price Paid for al Country Produce
J. James came out
froth Oklahoma City Monday. Mr.
James will be here a while, getting
rea< c for harvest.
• WfrF'A* L Hei*et lvft foa-New Ms*,
ico Saturday to look after his landed
interests there. He wMll ! return ill
about two weeks.
A number of young people enjoyed
a lawn party at the home of R. Rog-
ers Saturday night. Everyone reports
having a good time.
Mr. J. L. Henson, John and Clay
Tiner, were fishing Monday night on
the South Canadian, but so far we
have failed "to see the fish.
Don't forget to subscribe to the
Wheatland Watchword. Subscription
one dollar a year. Give your name
and address to the local editor.
C. L. Stealey of the Stealey Realty
Co., was here Saturday apraising the
lots owned by the Oklahoma Post,
the defunct daily which succonihed
last winter in Oklahoma City.
Everyone is kindly asked to remem-
ber that Rev. Hamilton will hold ser-
vices. both morning and evening, at
the M. E. church Sunday, May 17.
Sunday school at ten.
Don't forget. If you have anything
to sell or trade remember the Watch
word will put in ail ad for five cents
a line in our local column. Hand
your ad to the local editor.
The Wheatland Union Sunday
school held election of officers Sun-
day morning. Mr. Streeter was elect-
ed superintendent; Mr. Walker as-
sistant superintendent; Vernon
The storm of Tuesday did a little
damage in this vicinity. Mr. Tiiies-
sen's new implement shed was blown
about eight inches off the foundation
and the buggy shed of Mr. Junker's
livery barn was blown down.
W. M. Warford was in our city
Tuesday in search of two horses and
a mule which got out of his pasture
two and a half miles east of Okla-
homa City. We have not heard
whether Mr. Warford found his stock
Mr. Scranton, a liveryman from
Oklahoma, passed through our city
Friday in search of his team of white
ponies which ran away from Dr. Rus-
sell some time during the night while
making a call. Mr. Scranton found
the team about two miles west of
The ladies of Wheatland and vi-
cinity are contemplating a chrysan
tht mum and baby show for this fall
W. have a fine bunch of new babies
and 'mums are clv-ap so there is no
reason why it should not he a sue-
I cess. Ail the ladles of the commit-
! nity are kindly requested to plant at
j leas: three or four chrysanthemums
Mrs. Chas. Lehigh was
here last Thursday.
Dr. Joyce and cousin were Okla-
B. C. Headrick has been in Wheat-
land most of the week.
Mr. Thlessen sold a cultivator to
Walter Dixon. Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oldham were Okla-
homa visitors Saturday.
Miss Winnie Dairs is visiting her
sister in Oklahoma City.
Vernon Browne was on the sick
list a few days last week,
Mr. King was an Oklahoma City
visitor Monday and Tuesday.
T. E. Castle, of Helena. Okla.. has
been visiting Vernon Browne.
Mrs. W. Jones and children were
Oklahoma visitors Saturday.
Frank Brant and family attended
church at Conception Sunday.
Elmo Ellis brought lu the first
cherries of the season Tuesday.
Miss Maud Headrick visited friends
in Tuttle. Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. Lewis Goure spent Saturday
and Sunday with his parents here.
Mr. Dobbs, Mrs. Caldwell and Beu-
lah were Oklahoma visitors Saturday
Mrs. Clenneworth and children
were Oklahoma visitors Friday last.
Mrs. P. Purcell. Mrs. Riesmey and
Phylis were Oklahoma visitors Satur-
Mrs. T. Purcell and Mabel Traylor
were shopping in Oklahoma City Mon-
Mesdames Headrick and Williams
were shopping in Oklahoma Friday
Miss Minnie Martin went to Mus-
tang, Wednesday, to be gone several
Homer Caldwell and Miss Edna
Hunker spent Saturday and Sunday
Mr. Chenoworth and Mr. T. Pur-
cell attended a sale near Mustang,
Miss Sutherland, deputy of the
Royal Neighbors Lodge is at Mr.
Mr. Johnnie McGinley purchased a
new buggy Saturday. Girls, this is
The local lodge of the Anti-Hcrse
Thief Association held a meeting Sat-
Miss Edwiua Davis and mother
spent Friday visiting Mrs. E. L. Kuhl
T. O. Caldwell and J. O. Dobbs
shipped two carloads of hogs to Ft.
Mrs. Browne and Mr. and Mrs.
Oklahoma Tent & Awning Co
Awnings, Tents and all Kinds of Canvas Goods
No Building Expert
that we /BjBBKSk Awning
cannot Fit Builder
all your wants. Come and
see if I can’t deliver the goods
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
F. D. TAGGART, Manager
and right now is the time for order-
ing and planting. Inquire of the edi-
tor for further information.
The Misses Katherine Collins, Mary
Blanchard and Lulu Sharp, from Ok-
lahoma City, spent Sunday at the
home of their friend, Margaret Mich-
aelson. Wheatland, Okla. Miss Sharp
will return to her home at Lexing-
ton. Kentucky, the last of the week,
after spending the winter in Okla-
upon the head. Jenson was knocked
unconscious, and received wounds
about the head. At this writing all
parties are doing nicely, though
somewhat scratched up.
See Madame Schumann-Heink at
Convention Hall. Monday evening.
May 25. We speak as one who knows
when we assure you you will miss a
great pleasure If you fail to hear this
good woman. She will charm you
with her sweet graciousne3S.
annually, and then carefully
note the effect it haa In in*
creasing your volume of busi-
ness; whether a zo, 20 or 30
per cent increase. If you
watch this gain from year to
you will become intensely in-
terested in your advertising,
and how you can make it en-
large your business.
If you try this method w«
believe you will not want to
let a single issue of this paper
go to press without something
from your store.
We will he pleased to have
you call on us, and we will
take pleasure in explaining
our annual contract for so
many inches, and how it can bo
used in whatever amount that
seems necessary to yen.
If you can sell goods over
the counter we can also show
you why this paper will beat
serve your interests when yea
want to reach the people of
If you are in
Jig business and you
want to make
more money you
■ will read every
word we have to
say. Are you
flm V spending your
Mf H money for ad-
vertising in hap-
V V hazard fashion
y as if intended
for charity, or do you adver-
tise for direct results?
Did you over stop to think
how your advertising can be
made a source of profit to
you, and how its value can be
measured in dollars and
cents. If you have not, yon
ate throwing money away.
Advertising is a modern
business necessity, hut must
be conducted on business
principles. If you are not
satisfied with your advertising
yon should set aside a certain
amount of money to bo aaoat
RUNAWAY AT WHEATLAND.
A runaway four miles south of
Wheatland last. Sunday morning re-
sulted in the serious injury of P. H.
Jenson and his wife and child, and
the slight injury of two other chil-
dren. Jenson has been employed in
DR. C. W. JOYCE
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office in Bsnk Building
the tailoring business
City, and was visiting his family at
Wheatland over Sunday, when the
According to Dr. Joyce of Wheat-
land. who attended the injured, the j
team became frightened at some oh- i
ject along the wayside and started |
to run. Jenson was thrown from the j
wagon and run over, while a quick J
stop threw Mrs. Jenson and the fuui
children into the road. The woman
sustained a sprained leg. and the son, j
Specialty: Bridge and
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Heisel, Lula. Wheatland Weekly Watchword. (Wheatland, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 2, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 16, 1908, newspaper, May 16, 1908; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937603/m1/1/: accessed October 22, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.