The Gotebo Gazette. (Gotebo, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 18, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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l/|/f|V Mot organize a Commercial Club Or Board of Trade? We need a club to look after
w w *1^7 l^vrt Gotebo's interests. Many new enterprises are knocking for admmission.
We need a club. Now is time to organize. Our moto to be, "We Can, We Will, We
The Gaxette's Big Piano
Contest Starts Next Week.
Several Other Prizes Will
Be Given Away .. .. ..
Watch the Contest Girls!
A |400 Piano and Several
Other Special Prizes Will
Be Given Away Soon .. ..
GOTEBO, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1912.
Every Machine Guaranteed
sold on terms
cost you a
PAY FOR IT!!!
Wedel's Department Store.
We received a letter yesterday from
Alferd H. Stewart, former editor of
the Gazette to the effect that he was
married to Miss Edith M. Hamilton at
the Firt Presby'eriu church at Wichita,
Kausas, Tuesday April 9. It had been,
rumored that Mr. Stewart was married
and this letter makes the reD"rt authen-
tic. We join their many friends in
wishiug them the best that can be ob-
tained on life's pathway.
Mr. Crouch of RvfsTT S"f>rin£VfJhas
joined iu partnership with Mr. Atkinson
and hereafer the firm name will te
Atkinson and Crouch. Both of tie
aforesaid gentlemen are wide awake
J real estate men and boosters that Gote
! bo should he glad to number iu its
jli*t. We welcome Mr. Crouch to our
midst and wish the firm unlimited sue-
j cess. They had quite a batch of station
! arv printed this week.
i -SHOE s SAUL
WE will offer the fol-
on shoes for ONE WEEK
ONLY :: :: :: :: «
Men's high shoes and low 0Q
Men's lrigh shoes and low $3,50
$4 Ladies high shoes and low $3.50
$3.50 udtswhlholshoesand $3.00
ALL other shoes go at
10% discount and also
25% discount on Muslin
Uunderwear for ONE
WEEK ONLY :: :: ::
Better Hurry, Buy J? PHONE
now, don't wait •••• •• 43..
Carroll & Son
HUMMOM RIUD IS HEAD-
Electric Line May Be Built
Southeast From Wood-
Woodward, Okla , April 12,—In or-
der to connect with the Jake Hamon
railway now building from Ardmore to
Lawton, which Hamon has lately an-
nounced he will extend on northwest
into Clinton. Custer county, local and
St. Louis capitaliets haye decided' to
construt and equip with electricity a
line southeast from Woodward. It
will pass between the newly built Wich-
ita Falls road on the west and the
Orient on the east, and passing thru
the inland towns of Mutual, Cestos and
Lenora and either crossing at Taloga
or more likely seven miles southwest of
Taloga and passing thru or near Put
nam and Anthony into Clinton, where
it will connect with Hamon's iine.
This line would go on thru Shelly
and Cloud Chief, crossing the Mangum
branch of the Rock Island either at
Gotebo, Mt. View or Carnegie, thus
making a continous iine from Wood-
ward to Lawton.
RELIEVE YOUR STOMACH
We will help yon <lo it. Read our
Dyspepsia may I e completely eradi-
cated if propsrly treated We sell a
remedy ftiat we positively guarantee
will completely relieve indigestion or
dyspepsia, or the medicine n,«ed duriug
the trial will cost the user nothing.
This remedy has been named Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets. Certainly no offer
could he more fair, and our offer
should 'be proof positive ihat Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets are a dependable
Inasmuch as the medicine will cost
you nothing if it doee not benefit you,
we urge you who are suffering with
indigestion or dyspepsia to try Rexall
Dyspepsia Tabiets. A 25-cent box
contains enough, medicine for fifteen
day's treatment. For chronic cases
we have two larger sires, SOc and
$1.00. Remember, you can obtain
Rexall Remedies only at our store—The
Rexall Store. H. R. Weis.
Mrs. Chester Cope entertained the
Womans' Home Mission Society at her
home Wednesday afternoon April 10.
After a devotional and business session
the society was served a delightful
lunch. The occaion was in honor of
Mrs. Blanche Prichard and daughter
Helen of Washington. Mrs. Pritchersoc
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Cope and sister of Mrs. Fred Tilly.
Dr. Redman can attend to all of your
i'he Presbyterian Aid Socity will
meet with Mrs. H. H. Audersoa at 2
o'clock Friday afternoon.
The weather has been beautiful for
the past week.
Dr. Redman, resident dentist, is in
his office every day.
The Priscills Club will meet with
Mrs. J. P. Dellinger this afternoon.
For farm loans on short notice and
on very best terms, see H. H. Alderson.
Mrs. H. H. Anderson had the mis-
fortune to slip and sprain her ankle
Atkinson & Crouch are expecting
buyers from the east in a few weeks.
Now is the time to list your sarm and
A. F, Bradfield of Hobart was in
Fine team of work and brood mares
for sale. See Mike Grant.
We were informed that Mr. Pierce,
father of F. M. Pierce, who is at pres-
ent located in Missouri, is contemplat-
ing purchasing property here and mov-
ing soon to make Gotebo his future
Don't make your farm loan until you
see H. H. Anderson. He can save you
Several good horses for sale, also
wagon, planter and cultivator.—Okla-
homa State Bank.
Mrs. H, H. Anderson had the mis-
fortune to slip and sprain her ankle
Is your watch sick? Bring it to P.
R. Voth, Jeweler.
St. Paul is writing hail insurance on
everything this year, Wheat, Oats,
cotton, etc. Ed. Schlatter Agent.
Mrs. C. Fisher teturned last Thurs-
day from Oklahoma City where she
had been attending the state meeting
of the Eastern Star lodge.
Protect v< r crops against hail in the
St. pan!. Ed. Schlatter Agent.
Miss Maud Mclnotosh of Worthiog-
ton, Ind., is visiting h -r vucle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mclhtosh.
Tne reputation of St. Paul on hail
losses is to pay when you have a loss.
Insure and be protected. Ed Schlatter
We have some good stocks of merch-
andise to exchange for good (arm prop-
erty. Atkinson & Crouch.
Real Estate, Louis
and Insurance . . .
GOTEBO TO SECURE
A CHEESE FACTORY
Eastern Capitalist Seeking
Admission-Its Up to Us
To Get Busy
The following letter from R. B.
Havn of Middlebury. Pa., to B. N.
Dickinson of Gotebo, was handed to us
Middlebury, Pa.. Apr. I0-I2.|
Mr. B. N. Dickinson,
Dear Sir and Brother:
I got a lot of information from Mr.
Schlatter about Oklahoma, and all
looks good to me, and will thank you
for your help.
If all is going well I will come out
and look the matter over sometime this
summer, and I think your father will
go too. We don't like it at all here.
What do you think the farmers around
Gotebo would call a fair price for their
milk. I wrote to a business firm at
Hobart but got no answer,
Well I think I have money enough to
build and run a factory for three
months, and I hope to be out in Okla-
homa by 1913. '
Hoping to hear from you again, I
R. B. Hayn.
Atkinson & Crouch
W. J. NcCollom for Repre-
We are pleased to annout.ee in this
issue the candidacy of W. J. McColl un
of Lone Wolf for representative of
Kiowa county subject to the democratic
primary August 6.
Mr. McCollom was present at the
meeting of the Democratic Club of Go-
tebo last week and made a few remarks
upon the tax question which attracted
a good deal of attention and showed
that he was well posted on that subject.
We will be glad to hear him again
when he comes this way.
He is one of the few men with a lib
eral education who have turned their
atteution to farming and have taken
great pride in their work. He savs he
has lived in seven states but likes Okla-
Mr. McCollom is a student of affairs.
He bas given much attention to the
tax> question and to our educational
problems. His interest in these matters
more than anything else has induced
Come to EVERYBODY. Right
now, while you are making money
you ought to be saving it, then
when the "Downs" come you will
have something to fall back upon.
Be independent. Start a Bank
account today : : : :
Bank of Gotebo
Hon. Claude Weaver, democrat can-
didate for Congress from the state at
large, will speak at the Owl Hall in
Gotebo, Thursday Apail 25, at 8. M. P.
Mr. Wearen is an eloquent talker and
every voter in the county shonld make
it a point to be here on that day and
Miss Katie Bishop went to Hobart
last night to visit ber parents and re-
turned this morning.
Hogan Dellinger of OInstee"is*visiting
him to take up the slogan of reform in
behalf of a better condition of things.
He says he is determined to agitate
these questions until a better condition
of things is secured. He will be pleas-
ed to respond to invitations to address
the people of Kiowa county. He may
be addressed at Lone Wolf, route 4,
(George Coggshell is sick and confined
to his room.
Messrs Pierce, Slaner, Rogers and
several othrs attended the ball game at
Mt. View last Sunday, bettween Mt.
View and Hobart
f OUR BIG SALEl
| Continues 1 More Week |
1 Will Close Saturday April the 27th 1
Our Sale has been a tremendous
success and in order to give others
a chance to secure some of the good
bargarin we are offering, we have
decided to continue the sale : : :
One More Week
Everything in our store is for sale.
If you have failed to see our
stock come at once before every-
thing is sold. Nothing is reserved.
Our stock must go : : : : : :
I —THE DIXIE STORE— 1
"Our Price Suits All
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