The Allen Hustler
Allen, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
HENRY M. BUTLER, prop.; J. GRADY BUTLER, lessee
Friday, February 10, 1911
CUMMINGS & LEONARD General Merchandise, A. M. CUMMINGS & W. A. LEONARD
First National Bank of Allen, W. M. PEGG, cashier, CHARLES E. HEAD, president.
Allen Men Largest in Land
The following bought land at the government sale at Calvin yesterday. R. E. BRIANS, 160 acres; N. N. STAFFORD 65 acres; A. A. CALDWELL 70 acres; DR. C. M. MEANS 150 acres; A. M. CUMMINGS 95 acres; D. A. CUMLEY 110 acres.
Yeggmen Blow Safe
U. S.post office is robbed of $65 booty.
County Court Proceedings
Allen county court proceedings opened here Feb. 6 with JUDGE CONWAY BARTON on the bench. MISS CAMPBELL did the stenographic work, JOE GRANDEL acting as clerk, while Deputy Sheriff JIM BOADDUS looked after the prisoners and WILL SMITH acted as bailiff. Cases: J. E SWEETMAN, J. D. MCELORY, BYRON ESTES, ROBERT ESTES, JIM ESTES, JOE DEAN, JIM COBB, ANDY BLEVINS, FELLOW BLEVINS, EARL RICE,R. E. KINGS, LEE WATKINS, M. G WENDIKE, L. V MORRISON
J. A. GRAGG’s Leg Is Bruised
While assisting in moving a house, 2 miles south of Allen, Saturday, the left leg of J. A. GRAGG was caught between some timers and badly bruised below the knee. Dr. BERNINGER was called.
B. A MCCOY returned from Coalgate where he attended the bedside of his brother who is now improving from his illness.
Store Robbed at Atwood
CITY MARSHAL HAYS was notified by telephone from Atwood that the Campbell’s store was robbed.
The Busy Bee Shoe Shop, E. F. DENNY, proprietor on Easton St.
S. C. BURNETT went to Ada.
Seed oats at CHANNELL Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. MOODY were shopping here Saturday.
J. W. BROWN of Steedman was here.
R. S. ELLIS of St. Louis, Missouri was here on business.
E. H. REECE of Ada registered at the Dougherty Hotel.
The E. F. ADAMS & Son Lumber Yard unloaded 2 cars of lumber this week.
F. M. OLDHAM of Ennis, Texas is the guest of his uncle JOE KIDWELL.
The council met Tuesday night and dispensed with the usual work connected with that body. The important matter before the body was the proposition by MR. BACON to install the electric light plant, but that matter was deferred…
MRS. NELLIE WARD arrived Sunday from Little Rock, Arkansas for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. JOHN H. GRAY.
Postmaster JOHN LOCKE is confined to his room with chicken pox.
WILLIE LOCKE of Blue Springs, Mississippi is visiting his uncle A. A. CALDWELL.
J. M. DRAKE and wife spent Sunday as guests of his uncle W. W. DRAKE.
JAKE F.. ARNOLD and D. A CUMLEY went to Calvin to bid on some land.
JOE KIDWELL, the Sanitary Barber, will try to please your and your patronage is appreciated.
OWEN M. MURRAY, a pushing real estate man, of Calvin, was a business visitor here Monday.
Attorney LESLIE MAXEY of Ada represented a client here in court.
Mr. and Mrs. TOM ANGLIN of Calvin are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. TOM REID.
MRS. J. GRADY BUTLER and children left Sunday for Pryor Creek to visit her parents.
P. D. MORRIS went to Muskogee to get some repairs for the M. O. & G. motor car.
S. RICHEY, mangers of the Francis Telephone Co. of Calvin, was a business visitor here Monday.
J. W. PEGG of the firm of PEGG BROS. & JONES, subscribed to the newspaper.
A. M. CUMMINGS, of the firm CUMMINGS & LEONARD, returned Sunday fromHot Springs, Arkansas.
T. W. BELL, another pushing farmer, was in Saturday and subscribed to the newspaper.
A. M. FORDYCE, one of enterprising farmers residing 3 1.2 miles northeast, was here buying supplies Saturday.
J. B. COOK and JULIAN DONAGHEY have been awarded the contract to build a 9 room residence for MRS. LONG next to the residence of her son WALTER LONG.
JOE KIDWELL, the sanitary barber.
W. B. BERNINGER, F. C. ROSE, physicians and surgeons
W. B. TONEY, attorney-at-law
DR. W. C. C. THRELKELD, physician and surgeon
J. B. JONES, surgeon dentist
Good things t eat at N. N. STAFFORD, the exclusive grocer.
D. L. RICHARDSON livery and feed stable.
REV. J. W. HOWARD and family have moved from Steedman and he has opened a Singer Sewing Machine Agency.
MRS. M. E. CRANFORD, the owner of several rich farms near Allen, subscribed to the newspaper.
The three days old baby of Mr. and Mrs. ORB MCCALL died at the family residence in Allen Sunday morning and was laid to rest the same afternoon in the Allen cemetery.
W. B. WHIELEY of Sasakwa came over Sunday and was looking over the building he and his brother are putting up here.
P. L. HILL, one of the prosperous tillers of the soil living 3 miles northeast, was on our streets and subscribed to the paper.
We erred last week in stating that the baby of OSCAR LONG had died. It should have read ‘OSCAR LEE’s baby’ died.