Britton Weekly Sentinel. (Britton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 46, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 23, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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BRITTON WEEKLY SENTINEL
Published at 217 North Harvey St., Oklahoma Citv Ok-In hv ti, c ^ ®
oklahoma C.tj, Okla., by The Suburban Newspaper PuMMIng Company.
L. J. STUBBS
Clean and Satisfactory Shaves, Sham-
poos and Hair Cuts. I have a Dan-
druff Cure I guarantee. Call and
see it. Laundry sent every Thurs-
day. Next door to Dye's Store.
one DOLLAR per year—CASH.
Entered as second class matter, April
10 1908, at the postoftice at Britton. Ok-
Marcha*3 *1879 *" lhe Al>t of Con*re « of
SUBURBAN NEWSPAPER PUB. CO..
217 Nortth Harvey St.,
OKLAHOMA CITY • - OKLAHOMA.
H. W. Smith. Mgr.
Subscription price U $1.00 per year, in-
variably in advance. Six months, 50c.:
three months, 25c.
A. G. WENGER. PROP.
SHORT ORDERS SOFT DRINKS
Meals served at any time. Cigars.
Confectionery, Fruit, etc. Give me a
call when in Britton. Right at the
toop. Agent for Model ^Laundry.
RICHARDS AND ESTES
Artv.irtis.ng rates—Our advertising rates
are us follows, and no deviation will lie
tracts' C Om ex''ept 0,1 lonK time .on-
"Up'ay. advertisements. j>er Inch per
week. 10c.; reading notices, per line per
;jc* 'V,sPf" 'a' rate for contract ad-
vertl8lnjf will be made where the <
tract rund for six months or longer.
Communications—Address all communi-
cations to the editor or the paper. Write
on one Si..e of the paper only, and he
if, „""h ! st,p th,u a" Proper names
r s.ielled correctly and plainly.
MRS. FLORENCE STEWART
— DEALERS IN :
FRESH & SALT MEATS
t We kaep always on hand a stock X
X °f fresh, pure lard, hamburger,
steak, sausage, etc. No cold- t
<• storage stock in our shop. Give X
X us a call. ...
| Flatiron Bid*., Britton, Okla f.
P. A. ARTHUR
Your Business Solicited
BRITTON . OKLA.
DR. W. L. MAUPIN
Specialty: Bridge and
Suita X, 2 and 3. 116 1-2 Main St.
We do appreciate our friends han.l-
j Ins us news for the paper. If you care
anything about your home town .v ii
will want a good live newspaper, so
don't leave it all to the editor. Help
her out by telling her of any news
that you think would interest some
one. v\'e have a warm spot in our
heart for a few faithful ones who try
to help us out every week. Let others
follower in their footsteps.
Can't we do anything with that pro-
gressive or improvement or whatever
you want to call it—club? Wake up!
| Your snores are annoying. Spring will
j soon be here and if we don't move
along we will not have ambition
enough to shed good, which would
cast a bad reflection on our little vil-
lage, although the cause might not
be as serious as one might imagine.
Dr. Hardman, of Clarksburg, w.
, Va., who was in Britton last week,
! again showed his faith In the future
of our growing town by Investing
close to $20,000 in real estate. We
understand that the larger part of
the doctor's investment way made In
Altavue addition. I)r. Hardman will [
be back In March and will start sonic j
Mr. Jerome Hart from Ladonia. Mo.,
is here visiting tne Dye families.
"The Best is Always Cheapest"
IS THE BEST
Our flour is not artificially bleached.
Every sack guaranteed. Always
uniform. Made in a modern plant
from selected hard wheat, and war-
ranted absolutely pure and free from
adulteration of any and every kind.
The Hunter Milling Co.
For sale by
Britton 7 rading Company
nave mem cleaned and pressed.
Rev. Mr. Keudall from Oklahoma
City was 011 our streets between ears
Wednesday. He could have bought a
farm cornering Britton In an early
day for $L'00, but didn't have the $200,
so went to Moore and got one fo*r
$101). Now he wishes he had gone in
debt a little pnd took thv Britton
farm. We see where he Is right.
\\ nen people come to Brittou and look
around .they scratch their heads and
regret tile fact that they bought some
othfr place. But they say, "If you
can get the carfare down." Sure.
But we can pay the fare ail have
some left. Britton Is the nicest build-
ing and residence spot in the United
States, not excepting Missouri. Lo-
cate in Britton. You'll never regret
it. It's high, dry and healthful.
Mr. Freeman's little niece is quite
111 with tonsllltis
Mrs. A. J. Fowler was quite sick
a few days ago but is able to atten.l
to her household duties agahi.
Mr. Lufkin of Iowa was visiting at
the Shriner home a few days.
Mrs. Elliott, who formerly llv?d 011
the Dalilen place, was visiting Mrs.
Pinkerton ihursday of last week.
Little Morris Dungan has been quite
ill with la grippe.
Tnere is preaching services every
Sunday morning and evening at the
M. E. church. Sabbath school at 10
m.. Epworth League at 7 p. m. Miss
Selnia Ekdol is the leader for n?xt
Sabbath evening. The German s also
have 'services in the afternoon.
Miss Louise Lasle.v of Oklahoma
City was calling on Britton friends
a few days ago.
Mr. Gilbert from Iowa is a visitor
at the Shintaffer home.
Mr. A. K. Lufkin of Newton, la., will
read the Sentinel from this on.
Rev. L. G. Edmonds is attending
school since the first of the year at
Epworth university. i
Mrs. B. F. Stewart returned Wed-
nesday night from a few days' visit
with Rev. Mr. Nuckols and wife of
Okemah and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ro- >
of Davenport. Their many friend in
Britton and vicinity will be glad to
know they are all In good health and
able to heep busy all the time. Bro.
Nuckolls preaches to good sized con-
gregations every Sabbath and has
won the hearts of his people. The
Davepnort people think their Santa
Fe agent is just the man for the place.
But Mr. Rose still longs to return to
dear old Britton. We ho;ia he will
have his wish gratified in the neal
Mr. Ramsey of the Carson neighbor
hood has bought property in Okla-
homa City and will move soon. His
sons will stay on the farm this year.
mmttox- oklahoma, s.vn'kdav, jam ary >11.
DR. B. F. STEWART
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Offcce on Broadway Just West
*1.00 per year
and Mortgage company, in the Inter
urban de| ot, is In charge of Mr \r-
The Sentinel will, on Saturday,
March 13, be one year old. The Is-
sue fo, that week will be issued as
an anniversary number, and oue that
Will be of great interest to every per
son interested in Britton. Place your
order for copies now.
Mrs. Hardy, nine miles northwest
of Britton, has been having a very se-
vere attack with her |stotnach ami
heart, bill is some better at this writ
Mr. I Finley Likes returned Monday
with his bride from Iowa. They will
soon ^>e comfortably located in the I
hous*> recently vacated bv Mr George '
< hailes Ware's little son is improv-
ing. We hope he will be quite well
A block or two of cement sidewalks
would not be a bad thing to have to '
avoid the spring mud.
Accepts Lozier's Resignation
Guthrie, Okla.—Governor Haskell's
acceptance of the resignation of Robt.
E. Lojler, state agent under the pro-
hibition law. Is in accordance with the
governor's statement that he will not
continue the operation of the state
agency unless authorized by act of
the present legislature.
Mr. Reed Is improving but is not
able to be about yet.
January 1, 1909.
Roy Daniels, third class.
Mrs. Florence Noe.
R. J. Fleming.
Miss Annabel Sowers.
Mr. John Zelders.
They will be held for 30 days from
date. Jf uncalled for then they will
be sent to the dead letter office.
ZILPPAH M. BURDGE,
Finnie like s
I h«dlc WINDMILLS. GASOLINE ENGINES, etc.
FLUF. CAPS tnadf ,„d ,|| kinds 0f REPAIRING done
JOB CARPENTERiNG, etc. Give me , trial.
Mr. J. D. Hunt and family took
| dinner at the J. O. Gray's home last
Sunday. Their daughter, Lois, has
'not improved sufficiently to return
I to school but hopes to return soon,
j Mr. Stone, living southwest of town,
lias moved to the Osborn farm,
j Miss Anna Bednar of Council
I Grove visited her brother last Sat-
urday and Sunday.
Mr. William Lewis moved from the
Mr. Edmonds' farm to the L. D. Riley
farm. His many friends are glad he
did not move out of the neighborhood.
Mr. McCarty ha., moved out to Mr
Mr. Frank Mayer and family took
a sleigh ride last Wednesday and vis-
ited J. A. Gray's family. Mr. Mayer
seemed to have the only sleigh In the
country and it was quite a curiosity.
Mr. Joseph Mayer and family visit-
ed at the Mr. Reed home last Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Alberts has been on the
jick list the past we^k but is improv-
ing. We are glad to hear she is bet-
A. N. BURDCf
Public Documents Properly Drawn
and attended to.
GRITTON BANK BRITTON. OKLA
R. F. D., Britton, Okla.
1 1-2 Miles West of Dank. Call
Phone or Write
THIS 1 OWN has more than doubled in
the past six months. The most pessimistic ad-
mit that we will have more than I 000 people
here before another New Year.
If this is so \ OU are losing good money
by not buying cheap lots NOW. Look around
and then come see us, we have the nicest resi-
dence lots in the town, on the hill near the school.
We have nine houses on our addition now and
will have twenty-five more before six months
from deals already made. We will for a short
time, sell you nice building lots at $200 per pair.
Less than six months from now they will be
selling for $300.
BUY IN ALTAVUE ADDITION.
STEALEY REALTY CO.
Pknno 1 Qfifi rvurimnn
Those Who Expect to Build j!
Should not Pail to see or address
P. 0. Bo* 17
Mr. Sharpies of Iowa has moved on
the George Hunt farm just vacated'by
Mrs. Dora Bozarth, who was for-
merly Miss Dora Washburn, is lying
at death's door at the home of h°r
father, east of Britton.
The Deep Fork young people en-
joyed a social evening at the home of
• r. Frank Bell last Friday. The even-
ing was spent in plajing game-, and
eating Mrs. Bell's excellent cake arid
fruit. They all vote Mr. and Mrs.
Bell royal entertainers.
O. J. Broussard has rented his farm
northeast of Britton and has moved
closer to Oklahoma City, where he
I has engaged In the dairy business.
We are informed that one party
Who bought three lofa la Altavue on
the monthly payment plan, has dls
posed of the same for cash at a price
$125 greater than they cosi original-
ly. If there is any moral to this, it Is:
"Get hold of Britton dirt Just as soon
as you can. There Is money In It."
Two foundations for five new homes
are being laid over in Britton Park
t The local office of the Burton Loan
EXPERT WELL DRILLER \
I have a first-class outfit and will 5
put down six inch drilled wells at 5
reasonable rates. Let me figure S
with you. Address Rural Route 5
•f. or see me at residence, two A
blocks north of end of Engle wood 4
car line. Oklahoma City, Okla. f
132 1-2 W. Main
Britton Park Addition
L E. SHELTON
BUILDING MATERIAL OF
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Lime, Cement, etc.
Only the Best Grade of
GIVE US A CALL
ERNEST D. SHELL
BRITTON - . OKLA.
We have something like one hundred lots for
sale yet, and why not you, yes you, get a pair ?
You say you hope Britton will become a business
center, so your farm will be valuable. If you are
conscieetious and mean to see that Britton does be-
come what you want it to, demonstrate it by calling
on us. Special inducements to farmers around Brit-
ton who might want to retire from the farm.
We are your friends. Come and let us prove it.
Prices advance Jauuary 1, 1909, 50 per cent.
The Burton Loan & Mortgage Co. inc.
Suburban Dep t. H. S. Kami, Mgr. Phone P. B. X. 92
Ground Floor, Ci„ Hall Bldj. 0k|a|lo|]]J ^
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Stewart, Florence. Britton Weekly Sentinel. (Britton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 46, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 23, 1909, newspaper, January 23, 1909; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc142416/m1/1/: accessed August 5, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.