The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 13, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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Voll, NOBLE, CLEVELAND COUNTY OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 13, 1902.
T. S. Handley 'the old reliable" has
returned to work for the Sana Fe.
An Oyster supper was participated
in at Joe Wilkins by the young peo-
ple of Center View one evening last
J. A. VanFossen of Oklahoma City
was here the first of the week reading
If one man can buy his freedom
with a $500. certifiid check, why
can't another do the same with $800,
or a $,000 cash?
We have heard and read a great
deal of the prodgal son; but never of
the prodgil daughter.
Dr. J. B McBride left Wednesday
Ireton, his future location, and will be
absent obout ten days; after which he
will move his family to that point.
The Record joins his many friinds in
wishing him continued success iu his
Miss. Emma Thompson of the Lex-
ington neighborhood is visiting with
A. J. Thompson and family.
Many of the residents of the county
remember the "Jim Dyer' episode of
a few years ago, a d now a similar
occurrence happens in the Morley
case. Will the citizens of Cleveland
county tolorate such things, and how
Mr. Emery Fitzgarald, capitalist, of
St Louis is expected here in the near
future with a viow of locating a busi-
ness enterprise. We welcome men of
his caliber and others who have money
to invest in manufacturing ventures.
A fire o< curred Monday morning
in which Ike Graham's new barn was
consumed, with the contents, except
ope horse and mule; a horse and cow
perished in the flames. The origin
of the fire is unknown, it happened a-
bout nine o'clock in the morning.
The barn and contents is a total loss.
Col. Duncan of Ilall spent Wednes-
day it Noble.
The Salvation Army has evacuated
Chickasha, that town being too tough
for them. My! She must be a hum-
mer,when the Salvationests give up in
dispair; yet there are those who wish
the Indian Territory tied to Oklaho-
ma; "Cleanse thyself before thou
entereth the house of the Lord''.
Phoebe Miller, daughter of Jacob
Miller formerlly of Noble but now of
Etowah is seriously ill.
Dr. F. L. Parker made a profession-
al trip to etowah Wednesday.
We keep a complete line of both, Shelf and Heavy
Hardwsre, Stoves and Tinware, Hanness and
OUR IMPLEMENTS are complete in every respect, and will
reach the needs of the comunity.
CALL and see out GOODS, our prices are right.
Por CHEAP GOODS go to Maunf.y and Murphy's
They have just opened up a nice line of
Dry Woods Notions Hats Shoes and
nrir,« 'Yu ,he JOLL,E,Y building, and are SELLING at rock bottom
prices, Give them a call and be convinced that you get value received for
your money. They sell Barton Bros.. own make of shoes.
It will pay you to see their line before buying your winter foot-wear.
Thev sell aolb best sugar $t; Best Lard i4cts; Arbuckle Coffee 12 Wets-
Good Rice 6^; 4ft Arm and Hammer Brand Soda 25cts.
Extra, Heavy Fleece Lined Under-wear at $1 per suit
Mauney & Murphy, Noble, Oklahoma.
I Hill still fit tlie old stand doing* business,
Only first- class work is done, and for less money than any other •
PHOTOGRAPHER in Southern Oklahoma.
The HOLI-DAYS are drawing near; Don't you want to sena your
friends in the east a PHOTOGRAPH of yourself or family?
Location:—One door North of Mrs. Smith's MILLINERY STORE.
Everett Smith, Proprietor. .. .. Noble, Oklahoma.
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 13, 1902, newspaper, November 13, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106252/m1/1/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.