The Times--Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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please go to
and ask Buster to
hurry up and buy his
and come home.
send your little girl to
in search of Buster.
'Fraid he’s lost
in the crowds.
Tige wvill soon be happy. Buster Brown wijl come back, all dressed up in a new suit from Barrett's. He will delight you and talk to you about
our good clothing. Buster has been at Barrett’s for hours selecting a complete new outfit for Easter, and now he is around town telling
the men about the endless assortment, the beautiful patterns and the perfect workmanship so manifestly evident in every garment ti.at
you see at Barrett's. It’s the style place of Blackwell and can justly claim distinction in dress. Buster believes in truth. We do. We
make a small profit, except on broken lots, and those 2,000 shoes advertised on sale this week at Barrett’s is your opportunity—better
hurry down there hefore they are all gone. Never saw the beat how Barretts Embroideries and Underrr.uslins hold the crouds.
Blackwell’s Quality Store.
Distinction in Merchandise
A. G. Barrett Dry Goods Co
To-day it to be a red-letter day for
the M. w. A., of thit city. For tome
time Deputy E. C. Pollard and others
have been working to increase the
membership of the order, and that
they have been successful is evi-
denced by the fact that there will be
a c'ats of 50 Initiated to-night
Nardin team will exemplify the work
on the streets this afternoon at three
o’clock, and the same team will assist
Blackwell in the work at night. They
will wind up with a big supper in the
Beatty building on South Main street
They are expecting State Deputy J.
S. Sherer of Guthrie, and District
Deputy Cobb of Pawnee, to be with
The Woodmen are the largest order
in the city, and this new class will
give them a big lead
For hail insurance see
land Si Co.
F. V. Itow
For hail insurance see F. V. How-
land & Co.
The old city council met Monday
night of this week and acted upon
the bonds of newly elected officials,
considered and allowed a sidewalk
petition from the Second ward.
Mayor Fife, in retiring, thanked the
members of the council and officers
for their assistance to him during
the pa»t year, and assured them of
his high regard. The new council,
with Mayor Shaver in the chair,
convened immed’ately after the ad-
journment of the old council. Mayor
Shaver made a short talk in taking
the chair, and the council proceeded
to business, as per call. J. B Ruth-
rauff was unanimously elected as
president of the council.
The second order of business was
the naming of an official paper for
the ensuing year, and upou motion
The United States Agricultural Department
has issued (and circulates free) a valuable report
giving the results of elaborate experiments made
by and under the direction erf the Department,
wliich show the great saving from baking at home,
as compared with cost erf buying at the bakers.
All bread, cake, biscuit, crullers, etc., are very much
fresher, cleaner, cheaper and more wholesome when
made at home with Royal Baking Powder.
of W. R. Peck, seconded by J. B.
Ruthrauff, the council unanimously
voted for the Times Record, and the
mayor declared the motion carried.
M. M. Lively was appointed city phy-
sician by Mayor Shaver, and was
confirmed by the council. Mayor
Shaver then appointed Levi Arnold
as night watch, and same was con-
firmed. F. B Scott was appointed
and confirmed as engineer for the
waterworks : J. A. Byler was appoin-
ted and confirmed as city scavenger.
The appointment of a water commis-
sioner was passed.
The next order of business was the
naming of the following committees
by the mayor : Finance : C. E Alder,
1 J. W. Wymer and W. R. Peck. Fire
! and Water : W. R. Peck. J. B. Ruth-
rauff and G. Godby. Street-Alley :
J. B RutbraufT, G. Godby and C. P.
Crow Sanitary : E. C. Pollard, C. P
Crow and C A Hennen. Public Im-
provement : G. Godby, C. A. Hennen
and W. R Peck. Ordinance : J W.
Wymer, J. B. Ruthrauff and C. E.
Alder. The first named of each com-
mittee, is chairman.
Mayor Shaver before adjournment,
instructed Marshal Butler to vigor-
ously enforce the Sunday closing
Farmers, insure your crop against
hall. 'Ve have the cheapest and
best. See us or our solicitors.—F. V.
Rowland & Co.
— —♦ • ---
The High school class this year is
a small one, there being but two
graduates, Mi-stS Gladys M Randall
and Z. Florence Harney. Their
motto is: "Work: Wait; Win ’’ The
flower is the red rose, and class
colors cardinal and white. The pro-
gram for the exccrcises which will
take place at the opera house Tues-
day evening, April 24, is as follows:
Invocation................ Re* Then. F. Barrier
Cantata ......................High School Chorus
"The Garden Lily and the Meadow Flower."
"Gianta of the Revolution".... Z. Florence Harney
Woman What Can She Do?"
...................Glad ye M. Randall
Music.....................High School Quartette
Presentation of Diplomas—
Benediction....................Rev. Isom Roberts
Ho! to the hungry
and to all of those who stand in need of
I will sell for cash on and after Feb. 16th
I think tins is the only sure and successful way to do busi-
ness, I solicit the trude of all niy old patrons and everyone
who is looking for BARGAINS.
F. A. BEATTY
Phone No. 43. Sonth Main Street
Farmers, insure your crop against
hail. We have the cheapest and
best. See us or our solicitors —F. V.
Rowland <Sc Co.
Cap You Use Mopey
at a Low Kate of Interest to advantage?
IF YOU CAN I have the money and would be glad to accommodate you. I
am backed by the Deming Investment Co., one of the best loan compa-
nies doing business in the west. Money is our stock in trade and we
must keep it moving, therefore we are making loans on farms and good
city property at the lowest rates and best privileges possible.
For further particulars call and see me,
JOHN R. TATE, Blackwell, Okla.
Cheap excursion to Los Angeles,
Calf., for the National Congress of
Mothers, Los Angeles May 7 to 11.
The Santa Fe will sell round trip
tickets at one lowest first class fare,
viz. $50. Dates of sale April 25 to
May 5, limited to July 31, 1000. Here
Is your charce to see the land of
flowers for little money.—P, E. Hal](
Devil’s Island Torture.
Is no worse than the terrible cas
of piles that afflicted me 10 year*
Then I was advised to apply Buck
len’s Arnica Salve and less than
box permanently cured me, writes I
S. Napier, of Rugles, Ky. Heals a!
wounds, burns and sores like magic
25c at W. G. Anderson’s, druggist.
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Randall, J. W. & McDowell, T. H. W. The Times--Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906, newspaper, April 12, 1906; Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1136197/m1/4/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.