Nowata Daily Star (Nowata, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 76, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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A RARE OPPORTUNITY:
TO SAVE QUITE A SUM
We are (•ins to offer you tome exceptionally low |
prices on merchandise that you use every day. Take ;
advantage of our Special Sale. « •
Tuesday, July 3rd (Salesday) i
Violet Talc Powder,'85c large cans_____________19c '
Violet Dulce Talc, 25c size,____________________14c '
Sulphur Soap,, 25c cake,_____________________ 10c
Purest Epsom Salts, one pound, 25c size,________18c
Purest Powdered Alum, 15c size,______________09c
Essence Peppermint, 25c size,_________________17c
Spirits Camphor, 25c size,______________________17c
Castor Oil, 4 oz., 85c size,_______________________23c
Rexall Shaving Cream, 35c size,________________23c
Rexall Tooth Paste____________________________19c ;
Riker’s Tooth Powder___,______________________19c '<
Elkay’s Red Cedar Compound__________________18c
Seaside Dandruff Remedy _____________________79c
Eodene Tooth Paste ______________________YYY 80c
Eodene Mouth Wash Free With Paste
Truflor Toilet Water, $1.00 size this date 2 for __ $1.00
The Jordan Drug Co.
H. C. JORDAN
“YOUR DRUG STORE”
FRIDAY, $9, iM.
WILL BE READY
THE NOWATA DAILY STAR
SAM F. WILKINSON. • Publisher
J. T. NORTON, Editor and Bus. Mgr.
Published every week day except
Saturday—also Sunday morning—
at 14-16 North Maple Street.
Entered as second class mail mat-
ter, February 19, 1913, at the Post
Office at Nowata, Oklahoma, under
the Act of March 8, 1879.
TAR AND FEATHERS
DAILY STAR (BY CARRIER?
Sin Meath*________ 3.00
Per Meath__............... .80
Per Week_________________ .18
IN NOWATA TRADE TERRITORY
Subschiptioat aader this bead far
less than one year take carrier rate.
MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Aasociated Press is exclusively
entitled to the nse for republication
of all news dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise credited in this
paper and also to the local news pnb
Maybe a Pennsylvania man whose
lejr broke as a tooth was pulled
thought the roots iwpre too long.
Uuiontown, Pa, June 29.—The
little town of Crystal Works, near
here, bubbled over with excitement
today as a constable proceeded to
serve warrants on eight women,
most of them married, who are
charged by Mrs. Pearl Graham,
‘10, with having visited her home
last night and threatening to tar
and feather her if she did not leave
town by tonight. The warrants
were s^’orn out before Alderman
J. J; Michaels today.
Recently Mrs. Graham was ar-
rested on a statutory charge in
which she figured as one of two
women in a human triangle. She
was lodged in jail here but was
releused on bail a few days ago.
FAMILY COT DIPLOMAS.
Bv United Press.
Sulphur, Okla., June 29.—A. C.
Bray, newly-elected superintendent
of schools here, almost had a
monopoly of the “sheepskin tisipen-
sation” at the University of Okla-
homa this year.
Bray, his wife, and their two
children received diplomas simul-
taneously from the Sooner school.
“I wore my cap at just as rakish
an angle as any of the youngsters
end was equally as glad to get
iivvav from school.” Rrav declared.
Henry Ford’s political machine
seems to have a self-starter.
When Nowata’s thrss dap Fourth
of July Celebration opens on Mon-
day morning everything at the park
will be in rendineea to entertain
the viaitora who are expected. The
men having concessions in the park
will have their atanda completed
tonight or early in the morning.
The merry-go-round is set up and
will be ready to operate. The bar-
becued beef for .the free barbecue
will be ready to eat Monday noon.
Anson Paige, who will fumiah the
free drinking water, states that
there will be plenty of ice water
R. W. Benjamin, chairman of the
entertainment committee, states
that all of the events will be pulled
off as published recently, and
that all are showing a willingness to
take part in the different contests
which will furnish the crowd with
free entertainment every morning.
Entries for all cf the events <are
Th< canvas wall for the rotteo
enclosure is expected in Saturday
morning and will be immediately
stretched about the enclosure.
Some of the ropers who will take
part in the rodeo are now in the
city, and more will arrive Satur-
day and Sunday.
BIG TRADE DAY
Next Tuesday Nowata will have
the greatest Trade Day in its his-
tory. The merchants of the city
are advertising their bargains in
.ihis paper today and there will be
many more before the date of sale.
The band will play in the down-
town district at 9 o’clock Tuesday
morning, and after the visitors
have taken advantage of the many
bargains they can go to the park,
where free entertainment has been
provided as well as a free barbe-
Every person within 20 miles of
Nowata should be in this city for
Trade Day for the saving on any
bill of merchandise will be enough
to more than pay for making the
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
The series of sermons on Church
History will close Sunday. The
subject for the morning sermon is:
“Her; Ids of a New Day,” intro-
ducing a new order of reformers.
Trade Day Specials
JULY 3rd 1923
15c Standard Cream and Gold Corn.. 10c
15c Wisconsin Soaked Peas-----------10c
25c California Asparagus Tips---------15c
No. 10 can Alta Crista Brand Peaches_55c
No. 10 Premo Brand Loganberries_____60c
No. 10 can Tunnel Brand Apricots_______55c
No. 10 can Licona Apples_______________35c
No. 10 can Premo Brand Blackberries_75c
No. 10 can Premo Brand Gooseberries..80c
2 dozen Cream and Gold Corn (l
case) ---------------------------- -_.$2.25
2 dozen Wisconsin Soaked Peas (1
case) ----------- $2.25
POLAR BEAR FLOUR IS KING
THRU SERVICE WE GROW
Painting an Ostrich Yellow-
Does n't Make It a Canary
— and feeding on birdseed will
not improve Its voice.
A manufacturer might delib-
erately set out to make a valve
cup that resembled the Darcova
In every way. He might
even marie it with an orange
label to that it outwardly looked
a« much like a genuine Darcova
at one of the Siamese Twins
looked like the other. But
even that wouldn’t make it m
For Toil *nd Dareovs quality,
service, and economy only where you
find the Darcova name#
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The subject for the evening la: "Thq
Restoration Movement,” dealing
with efforts to conserve the good
results of all reformers and to re-
store the doctrine and life of the
original New Testament Church.
While the restoration movement
hud its inception in Europe, just aa
did the movement which culminat-
ed in American Independence, it
had its birth aa an American Move-
ment within the church, and should
receive the earnest consideration of
every true- American and lover of
Truth as revealed in our Lord
Jesus Christ through His inspired
The Sunday school session begins
at 9:15. Our “On Time” record
Has been excellent. Let’s keep it
| up through the summer. There la
a class for everyone.
Junior and Young People’s meet-
ings at usual hours. All juniors
and young people are cordially in-
W. A. MERRILL,
If you have reason to think your
child is suffering from worms,
take the aafa course—use White’*
Cream Vermifuge. Worms can not
resist its expelling influence. Price
35c. Sold by Rexall Drag Stem-
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN DR E S S E S, WAISTS, SKIRTS,
SUITS AND MILLINERY
Wonderful Bargains in Everything
TRIMMED HATS............................ ..........g jo
NEW SPORT HATS ...........................gj.yg
All Trimmed Hats 1-2 price
White Wash Waists.....
White Wash Skirts______ .75
Khaki Middies___________ 1.00
Bungalow Aprons __________ 1.00
Children’s Dresses ......,.1.00
Silk Hose (assorted col-
ora) ------------- -------$ .60
Silk Hose (broad stripe
back) ________ 1,00
Princess Slips ......... 1,00
Muslin Gowns __________ 1.00
Teddy Chemise _________ 1.00
Crepe Bloomers_________ 1.00
ALTYNE SILK DRESSES, ASSORTED COLORS______$6.98
And a lot of other specials
First Door East of Postoffice *
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BAND CONCERT AT
CITY PARK TONIGHT
The Nowata band boys will giva
the second of their series of concerts
at the city park at 8 o’clock to-
night. This is the first time the
concert has been held at the city
park and the committee in charge
has wired the park so that there
will be plenty of light.
The band boys will
been of great value to those who
have taken advantage of the class-
es and addresses.
Schedule for Sunday, July 1:
Sunday School 9:45. Morning
sermon 11 o’clock. Epworth
League 7. Evening service 8:00
ALBF.RT NOAH SMITH,
Cases of oak or ivy poisoning
should be treated with Ballard’s
Snow Liniment. It is antiseptic
and healing and a splendid rerae-
... ... , . — _ , meet at dy for such troubles. Three sizes.
Weible s store at 7:30 o’clock and 30c. 60c, and 81.20 per bottle. Sold
there will be cars there to take by Rexall Drug Store
them to the park.
The program for tonight follows:
March — “Warrior Bold” — Pan-
Fox Trot—“My Daddy”—Morgan,
Trombone Smear—“Sally Trom-
bone” (By Request)—Filniore
Dance—“Hungarian Dance No. »”
Reverie—“Gloaming” (By Request’*
Star Spangled Banner”—Key.
W. S. Pendarvis
Can Purniah Papas
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
On account of wet weather
which hag delayed harvesting
and threshing and bad condi-
tions in general the County
Commissioners hare agreed to
extend the time of tho pay-
t of tho last half of 1922
taxoa for 30 days without pen-
alty which will giva until Ana.
1st. in which to pay last half
J. H. 3HUFELDT,
28-2te County Trace.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
The office of County Clerk,
Court Clerk and Treasurer will
close at 12 o'clock Saturday,
June 30th., on account of mak-
ing reports for the end of the
J. H. SHUFELDT,
28-2 tc County Trees.
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Methodist church notes.
The service next Sunday svening
will be of a patriotic nature with
a sermon in keeping with the spirit
of the coming Fourth of July.
The Senday School Institute has
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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/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.