The Skiatook News from Skiatook, Oklahoma on July 25, 1912 · 3
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The Skiatook News from Skiatook, Oklahoma · 3

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Thursday, July 25, 1912
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C, A. I'epple was a Tulsa visitor Sunday. C. E. Holt spent the weekend with home folks. Mrs. V. W. Rist and Mi Carrie Pinson spent last Friday afternoon m Tulsa. Xotiiin- so completely knocks a contrary man silly as to have you agree with him. John Hatcher was up from Turley last Friday looking after business matters and visiting with friends. .1. H. Sherman has moved his string of tools down from Big-heart and has put them to work in the Skiatook field. '.its. Ida Stine, of Cleun Pool, who is deputy organizer of the Royal Neighbor lodge, came in Monday to work in the interests of that lodge in Skiatook. Mrs. Booi)6 McKinney came up from Muskogee last Thursday and visited until Saturday afternoon, when she went to Haskell where they have moved. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Simms returned to their home at Coffey-ville Sunday after a short visit here witli her father. Win. Gibson, who has been dangerously sick. The ditch digging machine for the waterworks system was out of commission for several days while the engine was being repaired, but is running every day now. L. R. Spangler arrived last Friday from Edmond, Oklahoma, for a short visit with his son, Rev. Geo. R and family. He left for his home at Edmond Wednesday. The Rarnsdale and Sperry base ball teams will tangle on the Sperry diamond next Sunday. Roth are good teams and will make a lively game. The Barns-dale team played the Hillsiders last Sunday and the game ended with a score of lf to 0 in favor of Barnsdale. A Great p easure I To know that you are getting full value for every dollar you spend. We give 36 in. to the jd, and 16 o& to the pound. This has been one of our greatest advertising- features and we have always done our utmost to live up to it and feel that this method has added greatly to the success of our business. A dollar spent with us gets a dollars worth of goods in return. We don't feel that it is worth while to quote prices on staple groceries as everybody knows about what they are worth. We guarantee to sell you goods as cheap as you can buy them anywhere. We only have one price and that is to one and all. The man that trades on time pays the same as the man that pays the cash. You may say other stores don't do that; how can you. If you will stop and think we do a great many thing's that other stores don't do. 4B f W. C. ROGERS We Are Still Giving Away Our 42-Piece Sets of Chinaware 3 lu4UaUti4iU4UmuuuutU44U 4444444444444444444444444444444444444! News of the Oil Field. The iianisdall Oil company is pushing work in the Lost Creek pool and continues to get some excellent wells. It has a daily production now of l.OOO barrels on Ottftge lot ;512 alone. Its Nos. 2, ,'. 4 lad " have been drilled this month and they are all tine wells, averaging 200 barrels each; Nos. 0 and 7 are drilling. On lot $4 No. 2 was a failure, but a rig is going up for No. A. No. 1 was one mile from the west end and is good for about 5 barrels. No. 2 was not in the right direction. No. li will be drilled on the far west end and is expected to be a good well. A rig has gone in for No. 2 on li t 300. No. 1 on this lot was drilled 7 or lyeafi ago and was dry. It was one mile northeast of No. 2. The log of this first test reads like the "life story" of some eastern hole. It gives account of the Beret Grit, the Big Injun and the ilordan sands, unknow n in this held at this time. The manner in which this pool is being developed after the drilling of failures when the Held was first gone over, the spivad of the Bird Creek all over the territory north of Tulsa, completely surrounding the failures of the early days, tempts one to go over the map and find the dusters of the beginning and use them as guides to the opening of new pools. A dry hole means nothing fearful in tfm Reld any more. Saturday's Independence Reporter. Skiatook Bottling Works. The1 following is a list of our flavofl to choose from. Strawberry, Lemon Sweet, ('ream. Lemon Sour, Orange, Ginger Ale, Vina Vine and Poach, Any of these ihvors assorted will be delivered to your home for $1 for two dozen, 40c to be paid for empty bottles when returned. C. VV. Holcomb spent Monday afternoon in Tulsa on business. A political reformer is a politician who doesn't stand in with the gang. Mrs. Myrtle Berry of Sperry. spent Monday here visiting with Mrs. C. H. Johnson. Rev. Lee Quick is conducting open air church services on the vacant lot east of Feigly & Son's store. Mrs. C. L. Hannon and children returned home last Saturday from Tulsa where they had been visiting with relatives and friends. The News expects to be in its new quarters in the Fagg building next wtek. where all our patrons are invited to come in and see us. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Harmon left Sunday for Sullivan, Missouri, where they will visit with relatives and friends for a short time, afteiawhich they will goto East St. Louis, to make their future home. IT The Purity Bakery The Home of Good 1 hings to Eat Try a loaf of our "pure food" white and graham breads. A full line of cakes and pies. 1 1 jmr Saturday Specials: Angel Food Chocolate Devil's Roll Doughnuts Scliuler Bros., Proprietors. -4 I J Fred Lynde spent Tuesday morning in Sperry on business. Miss Leta Mosley. the telephone girl visited in Sperry Sunday afternoon. A. K. Townsend was up from Muskogee Saturday and Sunday visiting with his family. C. F. Rogers and family and C. EL Johnson an 1 family spent Sunday picnicking near Hominj falls. Dr. O'Brien ncvompanieu Oscar Glosser, the man who was injured in the Turkey creek oil district, to Tulsa Sunday. Henry Steinberger has bought an automobile and is keeping it in Skiatook for his son Harry to use in the oil fields around here. The ladies aid of the M. K. church took In a little better than $35 at their ice cream social at the Dudley home last Saturday evening. Park Summers, the socalist-barber, who worked in Carr's shop, has resigned his position and left for greener pastures. We would suggest that Park get a job shaving linotype slugs on the Appeal to Reason. Marshal Ellis and Jim Hines engaged in a fistic encounter last nday afternoon over a little per sonal mitt i. so we understand. Fllis stopped the fight by pulling his six-shooter and pointing it at Hines. As the fight was over a personal matter and not in the enforcement of the law, Jim went to Tulsa Monday to start proceedings against the marshal. An extremely painful accident happened to Chas. Harris, an oil field worker, early last Saturday morning when a gallon can of gasoline exploded, burning his face and arms and setting' fire to his clothing. Before the fire was extinguished Mr. Harris' back. chest and limbs were covered with burns. He was brought to town and given medical treatment by Dr. Phillips, and Sunday afternoon was taken to Muskogee, where his home is. Although he was terribly burned he will pull through all right unless something expected happens. Six Yeats Ago in Skiatook The Skiatook Mandolin club treated the people with some fine music last Tuesday evening. Ik F. Pinson resigned his position on the town council at the last regular meeting of that body and Fred Lynde was elected to till the vacancy. At the republican meeting last Saturday evening the following delegates were chosen to attend the convention at Tulsa Monday: ('. H. Cleveland, A. F. Townsend M. E. Grata, Kl K. Feigly, Ike Ferguson and Fred Lynde, and the alternates were YY. S. Hampton. W. l. Eteihazer, Geo. C, Smyth. C. L KHIam. G, W. Sei-bert and Clay Cross, All of the delegates some of the slternats' attended the Tulsa meeting. Presbyterian Church. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at S p. in. A special invitation is extended to coatless men. Everyone is welcome. REV. GEO. B. SPANGLES, Pastor. L. A. Tyler, Superintendent. G. M. Janeway returned home Wednesday from a visit at Stillwater. Tulsa visitors Wednesday afternoon were Albert Brodie, F. EL Fleming and A. W. Lucas. J. L, Rogers and family have returned to Skiatook from If US kegee and will again make their home here. CUTLERY If there is one line more than another on which we pride ourselves it is OUR CUTLERY LIME. Our judgment is hacked by years of experience. We have selected from the best manufacturers some of their best patterns. We offer without apology Pocket Knives, Butcher Knives, Bread and Kitchen Knives, as well as Carvers, Razors, Scissors and Shears. The goods are right, the prices are right, and you are riming no risk when the sale is backed by our broad guarantee. Kreager & Stewart NEW FURNITURE We have just received a carload of new furniture. Will you call and inspect our immense stock? Wre will make you some close prices. C. F. ROGERS Hardware, Furniture and Under aking

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