The Mooreland Leader. (Mooreland, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, April 24, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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Always for the Interests of Mooreland and Uloodu/ard County
MOORELAND, OKLAHOMA, APR. 24, 1908
: LOCAL NEWS ITEMS :
Subscribe for the Leader.
You'll find it in the Leader.
Tell us the news. The Leader
will publish it.
Sheriff Bouquot was over on
official business Saturday.
Tom Dickson was in from Per-
due Saturday on business.
All people Want good Roods. To
be sure you are getting them, get
THE ALTON GOODS
Several new residences are under
construction in this city at present.
! Still there is demand for a great
Whenever you find any goods
i with ou. label, you may know it is
| the best of its kind, THE ALTON
Jos Trissel, one of the enterpris-
„ ^ .. e i*i t. .i me farmers north of the city, was
C. C. Stotts, of hi Reno, visited " K
the H.S.Cockerill family Tuesday. ;a calIer Tluirsd;'-V
$j on subscription.
Get the best cotton seed—the I
, ... .i, , | They had a big time at the
Briggs Rowden kind—at Burdick,s
\ ('a ice in this city last Friday.
Ja- Cayvvood, of Lathrop, was a Mooreland dances are always so-
business visitor in our city Satur-1 cia]ly and otherwise successful,
Enlow pays high prices for hogs
When you need
or windmill call
Call him up 011 both j
a tank, pump]
011 Hilbig & I
Hodge headers and mowers—
I the old reliable—have been sold for
'30 years. Guaranteed to give sat-
isfaction. Burdick & Son
What is reported to be good
I authority says the Santa Fe will
j put down the steel 011 the Alton-
The best cotton seed, especially | Seiling branch, this coming sum-
adapted to this country. Get it at: mer
Burdick s. ^ Mrs. J. H. Thornton anddaugh-
John Hoover and wife, south of j ters were vjsjtors at this office
the city, have a baby girl, born 1 xhursday aiKi had their subscrip-
. Friday night. ' lion advanced. They have rented
Remember we carry a line ot iheir iarm southeast of this city,
Clocks, watches and other jewelry,
at the Jewelry Store.
and Mr. Thornton is employed in
the harness business at Mutual.
II Guilty, As Charged
We have been tried by a jury,and plead
Pjuilty as charged, to wit:—
FIRST:—That we carry a complete line of Builders Hard-
ware, Gasoline and Coal Oil Stoves and Range-, Barb Wire,
Nails, Wind Mills, Tanks, Pumps, Screen Doors, Harness,
Collars, Paints, Oils, Etc.
SECOND:—That our prices are right.
THIRD, and Last:—That we will treat you so nice that you
can't help but come ha* k.
Murray (8b VanFrank jj
$ Farm Implements 5908 %
Farmers, with the near approach of Spring you will
need something in the Farm Implement Line, and
we are fully prepared to furnish you with anything
you mav want at Reasonable Prices.
A full and complete line of
It may be you will want
to buy a nice
We have the very best
Von are cordially invited
to inspect the goods in our
store, both as to quality
Steel Ranges at .
very Low Prices. J|j|
J. A Wyckoff will receive hugs
every day in the week, and pay
highest market price. Special
shipping dav, Saturday.
J. 1'. Roper, of Buffalo Springs,
Colo., writes, inclosing remittance
for a years reading of the Leadek
the favorite newspaper of the
J. S. Berry, of Haskew, trans
a-ted business in our city Saturday
While here he took advantage of
his chance to subscribe for the
All crops are in extra good con-
dition throughout the country,and
farmers generally are feeling jubi-
lant over the prospects. Oklahoma
is the country.
A letter from Frank Albright, at
Sharon, Kas., brings renewal for
the Leader and says: "I some
day expect to return and make
Mooreland my home."
Steps are being taken io charter
a coach 011 the Santa Fe, in which
eighty Woodward county demo-
crats will go to Denver to attend
the democratic national convention
When you have any legal notice
that requires publication, instruct
your lawyer to have same publish-
ed in the Leader. It can be pub-
lished in your home paper as well
as in any other.
Are,you doing your part towards
the good of Mooreland! Say all
the good things you can about the
town. She'll st^nd it, and really
deserves it. Help the Leader
boost for Mooreland.
We notice in <ffie Alva"1 Record
that Wyman , Green, of this city,
has been chosen assistant professor
of biology at the Northwestern
Normal. By his industry Wyman
is steadily climbing to the top.
W. F. Jones has been selling
acre lots galore in his part of town,
and says there area number of new
houses to be erected there soon.
There are now a couple of houses
in course of construction on the
We are handling again this sea-
son, that maroon colored Arcolum
barn and roof paint. Nothing bet-!
ter on the market. Every gallon
guaranteed to be exactly as repre-1
sented. Try it and be convinced. 1
Murray & VanFrank
A1 McNeil has bought out Dick
Hull's dray line.
M. E. Hufford and J . H. Falconer
are among the renewals this week.
Mi-.. Alva Simmons of Moore-
land visited home folks here this
Any subscriber failing to get the.
Leader regtilary should notify j
this office at once.
Choice cotton seed sold by
wholesale and retail.
5o-8t Woodward Cotton Co.
A letter from J. J.Newberg, Per-
simmon containing remittance or-
ders the Leader to keep a coming
Wanted, everybody to call and
see those handsome 42 piece dinner
sets at Davis Bros.
Mrs. Lou Bouquot and two little
daughters, of Mooreland, pre vis-
iting relatives in Mutual this
Eyes tested free and frames fitted
at the Jewelry Store. Have your
optical work done at home, satis-
faction guaranteed,or money back.
For sale: 1000 bushel of No 1
cottonseed by Woodward Cotton
Plant the best seed and reap the
j best crop. Briggs Rowden cotton
J seed at Burdiek's,
Mrs. Will Burdick and Mrs. H.
Casad, of Mooreland, were visiting
Mrs Fleming, of Hackberry Wed-
R. E. Baker and family, of the
Gage Record, were visitors in our
city Sunday and Monday. They
are much surprised at the rapidity
of Mooreland's growth.
Having sold out my harness
stock to my son, Edgar, I hereby
request all owing me to call and
settle at once by cash or note.
W. S. Hacan
Paint! Paint! Paint! Don't
! put off painting that house, barn,
etc. Get the best paint 011 earth
—the Bradley & Vrooman brand—
and that boiled linseed oil that is
guaranteed. Murray & VanFrank
have them. Come in and see us,
we can't help but treat you right,
1 BURDICK SON '%
Mrs. Elizabeth Wineburner.west;
of the city, and her daughter, Mrs.
Emma Smith, were business callers 1
Saturday and Ordered the Leader
the favorite newspaper for the
farmers of this county. Mrs.
Wineburner has just recovered
from a very serious illness.
Burdick & Sons report that the
outlock for a big cotton crop in
this section is indeed promising.
They are disposing of a lot of seed. ,
The gin here will have an extra
heavy run the first season. Cotton I
has proven itselt a paying crop
here and nearly all the farmers are
taking hold of it.
If you receive a sample copy of!
this issue, it is our invitation to
you to subscribe. The Leader is
just a little bit better newspaper
than others,and worth several times |
the subscription price. You need
the Leader,and the publisher per-
sonally invites you to subscribe for I
Our friends and patrons will always find at our store
the very best of everything in our line. Call and see the goods.
Mrs. F. L. Ludden
S BEST OF EVERYTHING IS illLLISERK |
1st. door west of Garrett's store
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The Mooreland Leader. (Mooreland, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, April 24, 1908, newspaper, April 24, 1908; Mooreland, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc157733/m1/1/: accessed November 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.