Nowata Daily Star (Nowata, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 76, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1923 Page: 2 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
* t c
% 0IIBT Btll
FRIDAY. JUKE 29. 1D28.
* ******* »«
It makes no difference whether you have
been paying 25c or $1.50 per box for Tal-
cum Powder we can filPyour needs from our
For those who desire a fine talGuna at a
moderate price, vi e suggest B & B Bahjr1 T^alc
A ) 4m
PIONEER DRUG STORE
- "A TALK SAVES A WALK"
PkoM 40—« : Phone 40
START WORK ON
the n trm
♦*♦♦♦>M «♦♦♦♦«■♦< l4-fr++++4->»»4 Hf+**H»4 44444-HM t««»♦<»
WANTS, FOR SALE, FOR RENT, ETC
Insurance—The Garnett Agency.
FOR RliNT—Three furnished rooms
l'hone 944. 29-2tc
found call 470.
WANTED — Furnished
summer. Phone 14.
TO RENT—For rest of summer,
cool sleeping rooms. See Mrs.
Howell, 301 North Maple. ltp
FOR SALE—Shoe repair shop in
town of 600, doing good busi-
ness. Address Star.__29-3tc
FOR HEtNT—Furnished apartment,
also sleeping room. Phone 767,
FOR RENT—Two room modern
house, furnished for light house-
keeping. Call Star. 29-tfdh
FOR SALE—Mv residence
North Staple, six room modern,
good cistern, nice fruit and gar-
den, plenty of snade trees. A. 11.
Campbell, phone 140. 28-4tc
FOR RENT—Bedroom in modern
home. Meals if desired. Phone
62. 427 North Pine. 28-3tp
FOR RENT—Five room modern
house. 333 North Pine. Harve
FOR RENT—Five room modern
house. West Davis, on pave-
ment. Call 213. 7-tfc
FOR SALE—-A few registered and
high grade Jersey cows and heif-
ers. Enquire of H. L. Hollis east
of city. 19-tfc
PRICED RIGHT—PURE BRED
JR. A. Bricker, Phone 311
FOR SALE—Five head of fat hogs.
Two ana a half miles southeast
of Nowata on the Ben Conner farm.
A. £. Reser. 28-3tp
FOUND—Key ring with several
keys. Owner may have same by
calling at this office, describing
property and paying for this ad.
FOR SALE—Two Axminster rugs,
9x12. See J. E. Holiman, 428
South Pecan. ?8-&tc
FOR SALE—BTooms, hammocks
and fly nets. See Lee Parrish
or phone 810. 28-3tc
WANTED—To trade four room
house and lot for Ford touring
car. Must be in good condition,
l'hone 483. 27-4tc
FOR SALE—30 White Leghorn
hens; a bargain if taken at once;
one mile north and one and one-
half miles east of Nowata. Elmer
Slocter. June 27-1 mo-p
Irish Setter Pupa for sale.
Gerald Boop Phone 884
FOR RENT—Sleeping room with
board. 235 South Pine. Phone
FOR SADR OB
bouse, doe# in.
( HAVE a easing pulling machine
and ’am now ready to take care of
your wants in thia lias. Howard
lagan. Phong 468. 8-tfe.
FOR SALE—Good 8 passenger
cylinder Oldsmobile car, good
tires, car in a number one condition,
extra tire; price 8250.00. See Sam
F. Wilkinson, at Commercial Na-
tional Bank. 21-tfc
NEW MANAGER FOR
Miss Louise Clizbe, for the last
year manager of the Western Un-
ion office in this city, has resigned
her position and will leave for the
home of her parents at Wagoner
as soon as an auditor arrives in
the city to cheek her out. Miss
Clizbe has made a very popular and
efficient manager of the business
of the Western Union in this city
and her many friends will be sorry
to learn that she is leaving. Roy
M. Hall, of Mt. Vernon, Mo., who
will be the new Western Union
manager, is in the city and will
take charge .of the office a3 aoon
as the auditor turns the busindse
over to him.
OFFICE IN TULSA
Dr. J. Ed Brookshire. has moved
his office furniture to Tulsa and
is opening an office in that city.
Dr. Brookshire has been practicing
medicine in this citv since 1909
and has many friends here who are
sorry to learn that he is leaving.
Mrs. Brookshire and son will make
their home in this city for the
present and will join the doctor
later. _ .
Trade Day Bargains
Tuesday July 3
2 Gallon Peaches____________________$1.00
20 bars Van Camp’s Naptha Soap____$1.00
10 medium cans Armour’s Pork and
10 medium cans Armour’s Tomato
cans Pitted Cherries--
10 cans Van Camp’s Spaghettis .^^$1.00 ;
10 large cans Hebe-----------------$1.00
10 cans Corn_______________________$1.00
HIADQUOTEIIS FOR AMBASSADOR FLOUR
VpgeUuit’s Grocery 1
“tHl TTORE OFU)W PRICES**
Phyws -18 and 184
Work has started on
state highway between
bridges on Cedar Creek, and
state line road going into Valsda,
Ran., the grading crew none being on
It mus stated this morning that
the material for seven bridges and
culverts on the new road! is now be-
ing haule^ and work will start on
the bridges and culverts on July 5.
The grading .of the road and the
building of tne bridges stfH take
■bout one month If the weather is
good, otherwise a longer period of
time will be required.
The six periodicals pat out by
the Macfadden Publications. Inc.,
are now on aale at all ntwa stand*
There is i distinctive individuality
about this group of magazines,
which in no small measure ex-
plains their mounting soles. Per-
haps it is the impress of their
founder—-whose Ged-driven pen has
made millions think—that accounts
for the unusual sales of these Mac
faden publications, napielv True
Story, Physical Culture, Movie
Weekly. National Brain Power,
beautiful Womanhood, and Met-
ropolitan Magazine. The current
issues are chock-a-block with
sparkling features. Popular auth-
ors contribute to their pages while
artists of note illustrate the spe-
cial articles and* fiction, particular-
ly attuned to summer reading. Un-
der the editorial policy of Fulton
Cursler, supervising editor of all
Macfadden Publications, the high
standard set by Bernard Macfadden
is vigorously carried out.
MAN POSTPONES HIS FUNERAL
“I am 66 years old and for the
past two years have been suffer-
ing so badly from stomach and
liver troubles, bloating and colic
attacks, that I did not expect to
live more than a few months and
was arranging my affairs and even
my funeral. Three dosea of Mayr’s
Wonderful Remedy hove entirely
cured me.” It is a simple, harm-
less preparation that removes the
catarrhal mucus from the intestin- !
tract and allays the inflammation
which causes practically all stom-
ach,. , liver and intestinal ailment^
including appendicitis. One dose
will convnee or money refunded
At Pioneer Drug Store and drug-
gists everywhere. (Adv.)
Sales Day Specials
One lot Men’s work
On# Lot of Bathing
Suits, $2.00 grade | all
New York, June 29.—The daily
gross average crude oil production
of the United States increased 3,-
600 barrels for the week ended
June 23, totalled 2,135,450 bar-
rels as compared with 2,131,850
for the preceding week, according
to the weekly summary of the
American Petroleum Institute.
The daily average production east
of the Rocky mountains was 1.350,- '
450 barrels as compared with 1,- |
346,850, an increase of 3,600.
One lot of Man’s $2.80
and $$.$• Draas Shirts,
collar aftachad, each
One lot of Boys’ $5-00
Oxfords. The bast wa
have. Par Pair—$3.9$
One lot of $3.$b Fait
Hats; dandies for the
price. Salesday spe-
One Let of Man’s Caps
Special prices an Men’s
Suits, $1.00 off on
One lot of Men’s 220-
grado, Bib, Suspender
back OveraBa, par pair
One lot of Jl.75 Ki-Ki
pants; wall'made Ki-Ki.
One lot mt Men's
fords; all siaasl ’
Qno let of MoaV*Suits
out an t&f >
Ail Man's Hasan Ox-
fords for Sales Day only
$14.88 quality. One
pair to a customer.
One lot of Men’s $5.00
straw hats for sales day
One lot of men's Man-
hattan Pajamas, $4.00
grade. Sales Day $2.95
One lot of Nowata Pen-
nants. Regular price
$1.00.< For sales day,
One lot of man’s $1.28
Dress Shirts; collar at-
Bops' Short Pent Suits.
The best in town.
On#;1 ‘•lot of n
Union Suits; all
One lot qf Sport Hats,
for Ladies; blue G^son
red and whit#, each 19#
Meq’s Dress Shirts on
sale--ask for prices on
Arrow, Ide and Eagle
One lot of ‘Men's Knit
Ties. While they last,
One lot of Men’s sup-
porters — 25c grade.
Special for sale's day
Special prices on
pants. Ask to
m___ want to make this the biggest sales day in the
history of Nowata. Come in and buy what you need
for the summer.
HOLEPROOF HOSE FOR LADIES
“No Losses.’’—“Less Overhead”
STRICTLY CASH—16 YEARS OF RELIABILITY
BOUND OVER TO
building the "Bingo” stand which
will furnish enjoyable sport and
fine prizes for the visitors to the
celebration. The men have gath-
ered together a fine lot of as-
sorted prizes of good quality for
Wm. Smith, Will Fisher and J. R.
Fitts, of Bartlesville, Who had a
<*h xmi „„ s Kim ; preliminary hearing Thursday before A bad taste in the mouth cornea
,S I».», J* ir”"u; ^sra"*1 *•— -"a
is**»• -»• -th* .sSm’sei?its
of Smith and Fisher were set at ss
lately. It purifies th,e bowels,
helps digestion and sweetens the
breath. Price 60c. Sold by Rex-
all Drug Store.
of the bowels. Her-
the trouble immed- 1
O. K. TRANSFER CO.
Oklahoma shows a daily average
an^ncrease^ofn 2°250^Kansa se^at th<U °£ F,tt* <W‘t8
This is the case in which tl»o de-
550, increase of 1,100; North
Texas, 75,250, increase of 350;
Central Texas, 140,760, increase of
5,300; North Louisiana, 65,450, de-
crease of 1,350; Arkansas, 130,550,
decrease of 8,800; Gulf Coast,
100,450, increase of 2,350; West-
ern, 111,000, increase of 1,000;
and Wyoming and Montana, 129,-
200, increase of 1,400.
Divine: Heeling” — Baptist
Church Sunday night. 29-2tc
fendants are charr.ed with the theft |
of 8200 worth of lope and cable !
from Fred Alien. The rope and ;
(Able wti on the Pierce farm in ‘he
west pert of the county when it ««s
stolen on June 18.
Bargain Day Specials
WILL OPERATE “BINGO.”
Pd Best, and John M.
are busy today at the city
»!■ ♦♦♦♦ 'H1 *8* ♦ ‘t"!' ♦ *i"6
Give us a trial order and we will
FAT YOUNG HENS AND FRYING
: Beef Pork Vea) j !
THE BEST WE CAM BUY
East Side Market
W: It E&FiER, Prop.
p*mw# mi v j r\m* a*
Mirror Aluminum Preserving- Set, 10-
quart Kettle, Ladle, 5-piece Fun-
nel Set, $4 value, for__. __ _________$1.98 ;
All Yjight Aluminum Double Boilers,
Roasters, 6 Quart Kettles, Percola-
: Refrigerators and Lawn Mowers, 10% off j
|i;: (>00-pound Viking Separator__________$70.00
Other sizes from 100 pounds up; best
value for the money on the market.
9x12 Congoleum Rugs,..$14.50 End $18.00
10 Per Cent Off
$1.00 Broom ion___________________05c
Don’t fail to see the -new Haag Elec-
tric Washing Machine. Make our store ;
headquarters while in Nowata.
- - . I ♦#♦+♦+♦♦♦ IM H M H I I >♦+♦♦»♦»
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Norton, J. T. Nowata Daily Star (Nowata, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 76, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1923, newspaper, June 29, 1923; Nowata, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1321304/m1/2/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.