The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1902 Page: 9 of 12
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Find they have room to restock
Groceries, and will, from
now carry a
Full line of
QUE EX SWA HE,
ivill ma^:o yon just a little
better i>iiee than you can
i^il Is tJO.©
C. IL Jeffress, for
Bring: your Butter.,
Cling your Eggs,
Bring your Cash.
Highest cash price paid for country produce
Fishing will soon bo ripe.
Subscribe for the Ilntono.
Tnii IkECOIJl), 51,00 A YEAU, TAIin IT.
12 cents a pour.il, cAtzi Tor j our Dut-
ter at C. 1 . .!eil'iu >s.
I All ad's ami 1ocj.1s will .be run untiil
Look over the advertisments of the
merchants of Noble, they believe iu
patrouiziuj; their home pup«;r.
We want a correspondent in every
ceighboiliood tributary to -Coble.
If you can't say :i food word for
Noble, <;o to the far end of town unci
We want eorresponder ts in every
neighborhood tribitary to Noble.
Drop in and tell .us the news, when
you are in town.
If you have tiny news let nsltnow it,
if your friends visit ycV.i Till' Uncoim
would be pleased to make mention of it.
Subscriptions taken for any paper or
magazine published anywhere; tome
in anu see our list.
Mrs. Smith will f.oon have a new
and complete f.tor.k of Milinery, for
the fiprnif,'1 trade. Drop in «and exam-
ine the good;; ::s scoa us opened.
Go tn 0. 11. JcTreiS fcr a tack or the
celebrated Purcell Hour.
If you wnnt town lots fee Fil on. lie
h:is '.*7 lo'o for tale: ^ood title, warran-
10 con ti -per do;: ca. u foe cg<;3 at
C. IL JtfTic
.letftress wiil £:. e S3e per pennd in
trade for your butter, and 1 v p:r d.
in trade for your cgs's.
See J. L. Dixon, for your wallpaper
a'.l kinds, and all price ;. ro\vr o dc-
signs, call an I sjj my samples at
Notice:—To whom it may concern.
Whereas my wife Anna M. ltott ha:;
left-my bed and 1 card without jii-t
cause or pre. ication, I hereby forbid
any one to tell her any thing upcu my
credit, for I will pay no debts con-
tracted by her. Jacob ilctt,.
Dated this the 7th day ot May 10G2.
If you have town Icij to sell ii t
tliem with the Uucor.n.
Glover £; Wslson,
All kinds of repairing neatly c:cecut-
cd. Iiuggy, & Wagon rcdairing, f:
Painting a Speciality,
and Mill-feed always cn hand.
Meat Market in connection; the best of fresh and salt meats
-rd-ways cn hand.
Old papers fcr sale at the Record
The Weekly Kansas City Star and
The Record, one year fcr $1 ,co.
Sec the fpccial clubbingoffer of the
Record, on last page.
The Kansas City Weekly Journal
and 'i he Record i year fcr $i,co.
If you have a farm to sell advcrtics
t in the Record.
&sr i 'xaminc the inducements we
are cfiering, you can get almost any
paper cheap by clubbing with the
As we go to precs a gentle rain is
falling, which wi.l refresh the growing
\epilation, and be of much beniilt to
Frank Wilson of Chicago called cn
the Record Tuesday.
Subscribe for the Reccrd.
Our subscription list is growing.
W. J. Rcid departed Sunday fer
T. J. S'.uffwlkean was a caller cn
the Reccrd one day this week.
A number cf cur citizens went fi;n-
New potatoes are beiug placed cc
the niaiket by the early gaideaeis.
Iluild sidewal". • and crossings; Denr't
you think they arc needed?
Wheat harvest will soon be hcrr,
although it v.ill Le some later than
Mr. and Mrs. Hants went to Lex-
ington on a \i:!t Wednesday, to be
absent several day;-.
•L.'L. McCor.il) war. asscsing the
property of'Noble.Fiiday and Satur-
day of last Week.
More improvements are in prcgicpj
Bardihaw and Son arc buiiding a
larc;e addition to their blacksmith
The culvert near the elevator
should be repaired before an accident
occurs, and the city has damages to
The Murphy brilding is progress-
ing slowly, or: account of the difficulty
in geting the reck qua:ii.d.
We arc g ". 7 anxious to see the
coid tire shrinkcr i.i operation at
lirad..hav. s blacksmith shop.
Ilaveycu noticed the hitch rack ir*
front of Fiitiur's atore? ()jite an iin-
provement, but many more a:a
needed in town
The Ames Enterprise lias changed
hands, Svitzer and Henncks are the
new proprietors. A. Matins retiring
frcm the journelistic f;eiu cf Ames.
CuL the weeds on the vacant lots,
rnd in your back yards, before they
TCt fo large you will have to take au
J. P,. Cannon ca'Ld at the Record
cfhice Wednesday .and left his sub-
scription fcr his.home pa'per. Come
t.iou and do likewise..
On account cf a break-down last
week, the Ilcccrd was late, and wc
have failed to catch up with our work
this week so as to get the paper out
Many new buildings are ui the
course of erection, or are being figur-
ed cn.'.a number of people are con-
templating building dwellings in the
On the 3rd cf this month, during a
wind storm, Mr. Filson's house sus-
tained damages to the amount ci a
few dollars, 'ihe property was insur-
ed in the ./Etna Fire, Wind and Tor-
nado Insurance Company.
Mr. Filson put m his claim fcr the
damage done. The claim agent put
i.i his appearance and after examer.-
inc; the damage, decided ihat he t.;J
not pay small amounts like tr.at one,
and utterly, and posiiivclly refused to
pay the claim. Mr. Filson has canc-
eled his policy.
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1902, newspaper, May 15, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106226/m1/9/: accessed September 25, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.