Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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OKEENE. OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, January 5, 1906.
Great 10 Days January Clearing Sale of Mens’,
Boys’, Youths’ and Childrens’ Clothing.
# The Great Mid-Season Event. ❖
Our entire stock of Mens’, Boys’, Youths’
and Childrens’ Winter Clothing on sale at a
discount of % from the regular price. Don’t
delay, we anticipate an extraordinary rush
during this 10 days sale. We quote below a
All S5.00 suits & overcoats go at $3.35
All mens', womens' and childrens'
44 7.50 44
sweaters must go during this sale
“ JOOO *
regardless ot cost
“ >2.00 *
A large line ot heavy woolen dress
“ 15.00 *
goods going at greatly reduced
44 16.00 44
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All $1.50 per yd dress goods go at 1.19
44 20.00 44
44 1.25 44 44 44 44
Mens heavy fleeced underwear, j
44 1.00 44 44 44 44
regular price 50c sellers, go at 39c
44 5Q 44 44 4* 44
All mens' woolen shirts go at coat.
44 .32 to 45 44
Leonsad Barlhel, a German far-
mer ef Caddo oounty, yeaterday dis-
ooveren that he wan paying rent 01,
an allotment that bad been fraudul
enty given to a Indian uhild entered
on the rolla under two names, He
weat to El Reno, looked the matter
np in the land office, and found
that he was entitled to file on the
olaim, and did so He has been
»ying lease money on the allot-
ment for the last four years when
the last opening oooored. With
the improvemets now on the laud
it is worth about #4,000. It ie
olaimed there might be similar in
stances and every leesee of Indian
and in the oonnty will inveetigate
bis holdings and see how he atands.
Cecil Mehew has purchased the j
interest o» his partner Mr. Case and i
is now sob-proprietor of the Anheis ,
To our corespondents; during
the holidays we were compelled to
leave your items ont several weeks
but we would lie only too glad to
havs them regular each week again
as we went them snd onr resders
wsnt them so plesse send them in
again and if out of stamp# we will
gladly send them bnt give us the
news of every Rural Route and
Post office in Blaine county.
Knights or Pythias Install Officers
Okeene Lodge NoJ 48 K. of P. lias
just closed a very successful term hav-
ing at present 106 members on it’s Ro#»
ter with several applications pending.
The following officer were installed
Wednesday night C. W. Sherwood 0.
C. Chas. Moody V. C. Jas, Bay. Prel
George Lots peach M. of W. E. T R 'h
field K. R. S. D. Rupert M. of P.
Joe Kelley M. of R. C W, Harris M.
at A. OL Kennett I. O. 8ol Harris O
G. After the installation the Rathbone
Sisters served oysters to the K. of Ps.
in Harry 81emmsr,s Reetanrmt which
all enjoyed judging by tbs number of
times the dishes were depleted.
W. H. Brown forman of the Far
mere Gin of Carnegie while mend
iug a belt in the power bouse had
bis olothing oaught on a moving
shaft and was so severely injured
that he died soon after, he was a
member of the Odd Fellow and
Woodman Lodges who had oharge
of the funer.l.
Mias Elma Creasier entertained about
twenty of her little friends last Friday
the afternoon was spent in playing
games music and other childrens amns
meats after which Mrs. Crawler served
Fruit, cake, toed cream and other dain-
ties, all had a jolly good time and think
Mia Elma a charming little hostess,
Cherokee Woods oounty has a-
bout twenty oases of smallpox, all
ahnrohes end the pnblio sohool have
been oloeed as a precaution against
The local Odd Fellows Lodge will
install their offleers Saturday January
18 after which they will serve luncheon
for the members and their families. All
members of the order are cordially invit
ed to attend.
The John A. Martin Poet and W. R.
C. will hold joint installation services
on Saturday January 18 at 8.80 P. M’ in
Keiffen hall, after which the ladies of
the Oorp will serve light refreshments
to the old hoys. All old soldiers are oor-
di»n invited to corn* In and have a cup
of ooffee —«h as the y need to make in
the days from ,61 to «A_
J. F. Donica State agent for the Con
tlnental Insurance Oo. was in town yes
terday settling the loss by fire of the
boUdlng of W, A T bea
Rev. W, H Murphy a sanotifled
preacher had a street fight |at. Law*
ton Okla wiih two men and was bad
ly worsted ere the officers oould be
reaohed all three men were arrested
and gave bond.
A heavy wind storm visited Atlan
ta Ga. Wedneeday and distroyed a
great amount of property and killed
a number of people- ^
j. t. mm i i
Fascinators Childrens Toques and
Tam O’Shanters Going at Greatly
January Clearing Sale Prices of
Examine our goods and get our prices before buying else-
where. Yours for business,
SchMl Tocher Cau#ht By CupM
No convention would be oomplete
without a romanoe. The territor
lal teaohers oouvention just closed
in Enid provided more then the usu
•1 number howevea. Of the romance
which did not result iu weddings
here little will ever be known by
■ the publio but from the oonduot of
some of the pretty girls and hand-
some fellows one is inclined to
think the preeohers in varione parts
of the territory will be materially
benefttted financially by the eonven
lion just oloeed.
One oonple however made np
their minds te get married wilt e
rapidity of reeolutio® which would
rival the minute changes of an eleo-
trlo time pieoa. Prof. Clifford P.
Thai ton of Watonga came here to
attend the convention of teachers.
Mtee Nellie J Pratt of the eeme
place and oounty euperinteodent of
the oehoolo also oame. YesUrday
morning they were looking at the
big hole dag for the booomont of the
new eonrt houee, end Mr. Thaxton
proposed that they take a walk
throagh the old ooantj building.
When they got oppoeite the door of
Judge Garber*e office by unanimous
consent they welked> and purohas
ed a marriage lioeoee. Their friends
say they had* no idea of getting mar
ried until that moment but oouldu t
afford to mire so good an opportun-
ity to purohase a wedding permit
However that may bethoy certain
ly oonoluded to unite their hands
lorever and laut night inrprirod the
people et their temporary boarding
plaoe by pulling off a wedding just
prior to the evening meal. Rev.
Anderson was oalled in in a hurry
sud performed the oeremony. Both
parties are very popular among the
Blaine oounty delegates and have
received the congratulation of hun-
dreds of fellow teaohers today.
It is said that *the lady teaohers
met in secret session last eight and
paeaed resolutions commending the
gallantry of Mr. Thaxton and order
ed 887 banners printed thereon "Go
thou and do likewise.—Enid Daily
Is Crime Outlawed?
Sale Begins Saturday, January 6,
Ends Saturday, January 27.
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Under-
wood end little eon, residing not
far from Morrison were on their
way home from the Christmas tree
in town Monday night riding in a
A runaway team oaths road with
anothor lumber wagon ran into the
Underwood wagon, throwing Mrs
Underwood to the ground and kill
ing bar instantly. Tha litUa eon
was also thrown oat of the wagon
and ao badly iajarad that one of hie
legs wee amputated. Mr. Under
wood is grief striokea over the and
The deoeased was a sister-in law
of John Barnes of Stillwater.—Still
Question Came Up la Weedwaad
Can e orime where one man as-
sault another with intent to kill be
ontlawed, and the assailant allowed
to go free because he was not pn •'
scouted at a certain time? Such a
question oomea in the oase of E. L.
Footer of Woods oonnty, who was
aat week released on aooouot of the
reoent deoisiou of grand juriaa. It
m eeid that two years ego Footer
•tabbed another men by the name
of Day. When the caae same np
last waak and was thrown out on
aooouot of the deoieion as to the
jury it wue thought it might bo re.
ferred to the next grand jnry, bnt
it was disooverrd the oaee wee out-
lawed. Foster ia now e free man
ond oanne^ aooording to the oiroum
slanoee, be held for the crime.
Fire at Hcnnoacy
The livery berm owned by C. T.
Wells was completely destroyed by
fire Thursday Deoember 88, with a
losa of #9,000, and no insuranoe.
The insuranoe on the building had
expired last week. All ot the horses
but two were saved.
The following is the Okeene
part of the oommittee of arrange-
ment for the reoeption to Gov, Fer-
Exeoutive J. C. Fishe*.
Music Homer Boardman.
E. T. Rehfield
'K. J. Russnm
F. A. Records
Noilct Ta The PaMc
The Okeene Produce Co. has been
•old by P. Rupert to Burrows Bros
who have taken charge of the en-
In taking the inventory of our stock we find we are over-
stocked on certain lines of goods, and as our policy has al-
ways been to start each season with a fresh stock of mer-
chandise, we have concluded to offer our friends and patrons
an opportunity to buy fresh and seasonable merchandise at
a great saving. This is doubtless the biggest bargain sale
ever offered in Blaine Countv, and we urge you to come in
time and participate in this our clearing sale. The following
are a few of the many price reductions we are making in all
15 mens suits made of best material in latest styles ak
Regular pnoe *15.00. olearing sale pnoe - -
20 mens suits in heavy and medium weight well tailor- j»q ak
ed, good fitters, regular price $12, olearing sale pnoe *o.UO
36 mens suits of substantial materials, regular price aa
$10.00, olearing sale price - -
All boys and ohildrens suits and mens trousers at one half the
regular price. All other suits and overooats at correspond-
ingly low prices.
180 Pairs ot Fine Shoes Regular Price $4*00, Gearing Sale Price
150 Pairs ot Fine Shoes Regular Price 3.25 Gearing Sale Price
148 Pairs ot Fine Shoes Regular Price 3.00 Gearing Sale Price
250 Pairs ot Fine Shoes Regular Price 2.50 Gearing Sale Price
163 Pairs ot Fine Shoes Regular Price 2.25 Gearing Sale Price
107 Pairs ot Fine Shoes Regular Price 2.00 Gearing Sale Price
193 Pair* ot Fine Shoes Regular Price 1.75 Gearing Sale Price
2)6 Pairs ot Fine Shoes Regular Pairs 1.50 Gearing Sale Price
3.00 Pairs ot Fine Shoes Regular Price 1.25 Clearing Sale Price
1.59 ptir, ot Fine Shoes Regular Price 1.00 Gearing Sale Price
Out prices on all Dry Goods, Hats and Furnishing Goods.
Remember all our goods are marked in plain figures, a child
nftp kUy as easy as a grown person. Sale will last till Satur-
day, January 27. Come early while stooks are complete.
Yours for Greater Bargains,
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Rehfield, E. T. Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1906, newspaper, January 5, 1906; Okeene, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172400/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.