Dewey Globe (Dewey, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, January 2, 1920 Page: 2 of 6
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THE OEWEY GLOBE, OEWEY, OKLAHOMA
Published every Friday
— at -*
C. CRANSTON. Manager and Editor.
t*, Entered a* second-class mail matter
December 1. 1911, at the postoffice at
Dewey, Oklahoma, under the act of
March 3, 1897.
Subscription price per year.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1920
ROBERT L. OWEN
Candidate for President
OWEN PRESIDENTIAL BOOM
Oklahoma City. Dec. 30. With the
indication by Senator Robert L. Owen
that lie Is willing to make the race
lor the democratic nomination for the
presidency before a well attended
meeting of supporters in the chamber
jjf the house of representatives and
the pledging of $50,000 as the begin
nine ot a campaign fund, the candi-
dacy of Senator Owen was formally
launched here yesterday.
JUDGE LANDIS SO SORRY HE
COULD NOT SHOOT BERGER
— / —
Chicago, Dec. 29. Federal Judge
Landis, speaking before the Advertis-
ing Post of the American Legion to
day. declared H was -an unpleasant
duty" to sentence Victor L. lierger,
unseated member erf congress, to 20
years in the federal penitentiary at
Fort Leavenworth, for violation of
the espionage law.
"He should have been stood against
a wall and shot." he said.
Last Sunday was a great day for ah*
the churches in Dewey, and one of the
most impressive services that we
have ever witnessed was tiie baptism
of seventeen young people at the M
E. church, fifteen of whom were
young men from' 15 to 20 years ot age.
\\> have seen more in number, both
old and young, but when fifteeif'boys
and young men resolve to take up the
Christian life it means much to them
selves and the community in which
We understand the number bap-
tized and taken into the Cbri*ti<m
church last Sunday exceeded one Iran
dred. while over fifty are to un‘te
with the Baptist church. Others will
unite later. Many of those who have
g me into the churches were convert
e l during the late Scoville meetings.
Cardui, the woman’*
tonic, helped Mrs. Wil-
liam Eversole, o! Hazel
Patch, Ky. Read what
she writes: ‘‘1 had A
ol my health. 1 wfsto
bed for weeks, unable to*
get up. I had such a’.
$ weakness and dizziness;
... and the pains were
very severe. A friend
to d me I had tried every-
s„ thug else, why not
.. J Cardui?.. . I did, and
soon saw it was helping
me... After 12 bottles,
1 am strong and welt.*
The Woman’s Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz-
r jg zy, worn-out? Is your
0 lack ot good health caused
bora any of the com-
plaints so common to
women? Then why not
give Cardui a trial? It
should surely do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
women who suffered—it
should help you back to
Ask some lady friend
who.has taken Cardui.
She will tell you how it
helped her. Try Cardui.
Fire & Tornado
THE RATES ARE REASONABLE
N. E. Woodard
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
j Dewey PHONE 142 Oklahoma
i.c.T.». etium |
president—Mr*. Abble B. Hillerman
Vice President—Mr«. A. B. Hagler,
Cor. Sec’y—Mrs. Elizabeth House,
Rec. Sec’y—Mrs. Vallie McKee,
Treasurer—Sirs. Josephine Buhl,
President—Eva P. Jones.
Vice President—Mrs. M. Murphy.
Secretary—Mrs. J. M. Gilstrap.
Treasurer—Mr*. Jamea Taylor.
Official Paper—Oklahoma Messen-
Time of Prayer—Noontide.
"It is always noontide somewhere
And across the awak’ning continents,
From shore to shore, somewhere,
Our prayers are rising evermore.”
1 two*room house, price $650.00
$350 cash, balance $15 per month
The Kind that Satisfies
1 three-room house, large barn $1000.00
$500 cash, balance $15 per month
« Also, on account of the death of my
f wife, I will sell my home in Dewey,
f consisting of an entire block, all in
fruit, both large and small, six-room
house, cellar, barn and out buildings
Will give good time on one-half.
WHEN THE WORLD GOES DRY
William Jennings Bryan, in a recent
address In which he advocated prohi-
bition for the entire world, predicted
that within three years from now Mex-
ico, where pulque is the popular in-
toxicant. will become dry territory.
There will be no “booze” in the
United States, no “hootch" in Canada
no saki in Japan, no ‘poteen” in Ire-
land, no “Scotch” in Scotland, or
brandy and soda in England; no
"schnaaps" in Germany, no vodka in
Russia, no gin in Holland, or “kiro-
mel in Austria, no “slivvervitz" in
Poland, and no champagne in France.
PROHIBITION A BLESSING
TO LABORING PEOPLE
W. M. SPEQK,
Prohibition has already proven a
great blessing to the laboring people'
of the state. Laboring people should
not be regarded as a class of drinkers.
.Many of them are abstainers from the
use of liquor, while many others
would not use their earnings to the
detriment of their families. There is
a certain element who have acquired
the habit of always spending a portion
of their earnings for liquor. I have
observed this class of men are ben-
efited by prohibition. Since the elimi-
nation of the saloon they work more
regularly, thereby increasing their
earnings, whi< b Instead of being spent
uselessly are spent fort he benefit of
themselves or their families. R E. L.
Heckman, former president of the
Virginia Fede-ation of Labor.
AS A CITIZEN OF CINCINNATI
Published in the Dewey Globe Dec. 2«.
1919, Jan. 2, 9. 16 and 23. 1920.
NOTICE OF BALE UNDER ORDER
By virtue of an Order of Sal* to me
directed and delivered, issued out of
the office of the Court Clerk of Wash-
ington County, State of Oklahoma, on
the 18th day of December, 1919, in an
action in said Court wherin J. S. Lout-
zenhiser, plaintiff, and D. W. Rolla
and Anna Rolla, et al. defendants,
Commanding that of the hereinafter
described property of the defendants
D W Rolla and Anna Rolla, 1 cause
to be made the sum of Thirteen hun
dred eighty b!x and seventy-four one
hundredths dollars ($1,386.74) Judg-
ment. together with interest thereon
at the rate of 10 per cent per annum
from the 29th day of May, A. D., 1919.
together with attorneys fee in the sum
of One hundred thirty three and no
one hundredths dollars $(133.00) and
the further sum of Ten and no one
hundred’hs dollars ($10.00) cost in
said cause together with accruing
costs and that I cause the samo to be
made of the hereinafter described
lands and tenements of said Judgment
Now, therefore, notice is hereby
given that I have levied upon, as the
property of said D. W Rolla and Anna
Rolla. and will on the 27th day of
January. 1920. at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M.. of said day at the front
door of the Court House in the City of
Bartlesville. Cunty of Washington,
State of Oklahoma, offer at public
sale and sell, subject to approval and
confirmation of said Court, to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, the
following described property, to-wit:
Lots 28 and 29 in Block 2, of
Bank's Addition to the City of
or so much thereof as may be neces-
sary to satisfy said Judgment, inter-
est costs and accruing costs.
Witness my hand this 19th day of
JOHN H. JOHNSON.
Sheriff of Washington County.
By C. F. Reid, Under Sheriff.
B. A. Lewis, Dewey, Okla., Attorney
for the Plaintiff.
Public Auditing and Accounting
Installation ®f •«»«"•*. tyatama
Tvgpnty Yoara’ E*Mrl,ne'
KIRKPATRICK A BREWER
$14 Johnatona Ava., Bartlaavlll*
Dr. G. 0. Hall
General Medicine. Clinical and X-*ay
Office Suita 8 and 10, ovar Raxatl
Drug Store, Unloa Nat'al Bank. Bldg.
Phones. Re*. 3; Office St.
Res Phone 334-J Office Phonel«39
Dr. Harry L. Blachly
Room 11 Old Poatolfice
Over Manhattan Cafe
■ Mrs. G. N. Ward, who has be*n
clerking at the Home bakery for sev
eral months, has gone to New Mexico
for her health.
Commissioner A. H Haniug was
transacting business in. Bartlesville
Mrs. L. C. Haggard of Cl a re more
Okla.. came over and spent Christ
mas with her sister, Mr*. D. C. Allton.
and while here assisted during the
rush at the Home bakery.
used last year
to KILL COLDS'
Standard cold remedy for 25 year,
k —n tablet form—safe. sure, no
Opiates—breoks up s cold in 24
JeSL 'ly: -its—relieves grip '<] •> cm
.-lev hid- if it falls Tile
f ciinice bon *#« a Red
B>1i' '.t % V too with
with 1.5r. Hill's
N. E. WOODARD
INSURANCE an* t*£ >
Y Phcna 142
Russell Clark, who is a student it
the O. U., is spending the holidays
with hi* people. Mr. and Mrs. W. F
Dr. J. D. KISER
EYE, EAR, NOSE
Phone 1906-1745 Owens Bldg.
Mrs. H. J. Horseman uf Augusta.
Kan., Is in Dewey visiting old friends
mid relatives, her niece. Mrs. Rey
cold*, and a brother. Mr. Day. Mrs.
Horseman formerly lived here and
may decide to return to live as Mr
Horseman's health is poorly in Kan
Orine Juby lias bought an interest
In the Dewey Produce company from
Tom Montgomery. It will continue to
'be known a* the Dewey Produce com
pany, amf owned by Montgomery ,y
Property For Sale
THE REAL ESTATE MAN OF DEWEY
has a few more. Residences for sale at prices that had
ought to appeal to any one wishing to Buy, and you had
better Buy now for they are all going to be sold before
long, liie way they are being sold lately If you had
tather build come and see me and 1 can sell you a lot on
which you can build.
- Also a fine Business Block for sale with a splendid
leutal income. Everything is moving now. so make your
wants known to Mr. J. K. Green. He can sell you any-
thing in the real estate line, both Farms and City
Real Estate Office
J. K. GREEN
There is hardly a line of business
that has not improved under the dry
regime. It is significant that, while it
was wildly prophesied that prohibi-
tion would put the hotels out of busi-
ness or greatly cripple them, night
after night lines of applicant* are
turned away from hotel counters, all
rooms being engaged. It is reported,
moreover, that a large syndicate, com
| posed of a number of Cincinnati’s
shrewdest but iness men, is buying up
and financing hotel properties, thus
I proving com lusively that this busi-
; ness has not been injured through
Published in the Dewey Globe Jan-
uary 2. 9, and 16. 1920.
in the District Court of Washington
Jessie Scully, Plaintiff,
Louis L. B. Scully, Defendant.
The State of Oklahoma to Louis L. B.
You are hereby notified that you
have beon sued in the above entitled
Court upon petition of the plaintiff
for a divorce and custody of the
minor child, and that unless you
answer said petition on or before the
12th day of February, 1920, said peti-
tion will be taken as true and judg-
Dated this 31st day of December.
(Seal) T. H. Reeves,
Pennel & Harrison, Attorneys for
TOPS FIGHT OFFERS
Two dozen laying hens. Call Mrs.
D. F. Huff. 4"tf
WAS A V/i BILLION CHRISTMAS
The statisticians declare this was a
3V.i billion-doilar Christmas, that dur-
ing the last 10 day* the people of the
U. s. spent at least 165 million dollsrs
a day on luxuries, and that the whole
PvHl net the government about 3V4
milion dollars in war taxes. While we
may wonder how the statisticians get
all their figures so quickly, the store-
keepers admit this was the most ex-
travagant Christmas in history, meas-
ured bv money spent, although doubt-
the high price of Christmas gift*
hau something to do with iL
Galloway Wire* Bid for $750,000 for
Los Angeles, Cal.. Dec. 24.—The
highwater mark in the frenzy to stage
the Carpentier-Dempsey bout was
reached today when George P. Gallo-
way, wiring from Bartlesville, Okla..
offered Jack Kearns. Dempsey’s mana-
ger. $750,900 for the bout.
The offer specifies that the men are
to box In an open arena at the fair
grounds at Dewey. Okla., July 4th.
1920. and contains the further condi-
tion that the principals in the bout
appear In the movie film boosting
"Pershing.'' the wonder oil town of
the Osage. .
“I don’t know anything ab<»ut the
wonder oil town or about the movie
end f the deal.” said Kearns, "but
there's money in that country, and
money talks. I ant w-iring Galloway
for more particulars and am going to
give )iiin a lot of consideration.
D. O. Ralston, manager of the 4'lark
Lumber company here, spent Christ-
mas in Emporia, Kan.
•Mah frie ids.” said a colored
preacher, “the scriptural rule to' givtn'
was one-tenth of what a man had. If
yo' all feel you can't afford so much
jest give a sixth or a fo’th, accordin’
to you' means. We will dispense with
the next hymn an' take up the collec-
tion." -Country Gentleman.
Six room bungalow, modern, new,
close in -$2,sno.
Four-room cottage: modern, three
blocks from school on paving -$1.S50.
Four-room house on west side; cor-
Fur-room bungalow, close in. good
well, electric lights; unusually well
Five-room cottage, not modern, cose
In. good well, gas. garage, cement
walks: a bargain.
Four-room cottage, west side, good
well, three lots, good bain, chicken
house, some fruit, and fenced; must
lie seen to lie appreciated; can be
bughf cheap if taken at once Kirk-
patrick A Brewer. Phone 5!*. 46tf
REUNION AND WEDDING FEAST
Mr. anil Mrs. Fred Miller hsd a
family reunion on Christmas day and
celebrated the marriage of their son j
Clarer.ee to Miss Bertha Furman with
a turkey roast. All of their children
were with them on this happy day. ,
Dear sisters of the Woman's Chris-
tian Temperance Union:
I wish to thank you most sincerely
for the Christmas gift of the life mem
bership certificate which I reclved
from the Washington County Union.
I shall always prize it very much. 1
wish also to thank the members for
their visits aad ftowers and other lit-
tle gifts that came to me while I was
ill during November and part of De
I hope to meet every member at ?:30
p. m. Tuesday, January 6th, at the
home of Mrs. Laura Shultz. We will
use the new outline programs and
start plans for the new year.
EVA P. JONES, President.
T. H. Robinson returned Wednesday
morning from Enid, wher he spent
several days looking after business
The pres department is open to ail
members and friends of the union.
Articles will be gladly received.
BIG BALE FOR GERMAN TOYS
A lot of people the world over were
never, no never, going to buy. anything
again that was made In Germany.
News reports say more than 1 million
dollars worth of German toys found
ready sale this year on America's
Christmas market, and from England
come* word that enormous quantities
of German goods are being received
there, but without the word* “Made In
Germany” stamped upon them.
$14 Johnstone Ave.
Published in the Dewey Globe Ji
uary 2, 9, and 16. 1920.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Estate of Lula
M. Sexton, late of the County of Wash
ington. State of Oklahoma, deceased
All person* having claims against
said Lula M. Sexton, deceased, are
required to present the same, with the
necessary vouchers to the under-
jlgned Administrator at Dewey. Okla.,
within four months of the date hereof,
or the same will be forever barred.
Dated this 26th day of December,
WM. G. ROGERS,
A. E. Roberta, our former jeweler,
now with a jewelry firm In Tulsa, was
in Dewey one day last week on busi-
RESIDENT PROPERTY IN DEWEY
No. 1- 6-room modern house on (4
block on paved street, real close In;
dandy home for $4,500.
No. 2—6-room modern home on
paved street; large barn; 100 ft. lot,
with 2-room house on one of the lots.
All for $3,200.
No. 3—6-room house o paved street,
good garage; east front; 50 ft. lot;
No. 4—6-room modern house; hall
through center; bungalow style.
No. 5—4-room houpe; garageMruit,
good water; $900.
No. 6—5-room house; fine 50-ft. lot*;
cellar under house; fruit, and all for
No. 7 - 5-room house on 109 ft. lot;
barn; chicken house; lots of all kinds
of fruit; fine water; east front; $2,500
No. 1—10 acres; 6-room house;
good barn; oil royalty $25 to $39 per
month; nice little home; close to
Dewey; $3,500. Terms if desired.
Other bargains nt mentioned here
See J. K. GREEN.
The leal Estate Man, Dewey.
Agent for Lsandry
Next to City Hall
IRA B. McCRARY
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
MEATS, FLOUR and FEED
Honost Goods at Henset Frisoe
MONEY TO LOAN
ON FARM LAMB
Anywhere in Okln.
O.D.Huling & Co.
537 Lannom Bldg.
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