The Piedmont News (Piedmont, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, November 4, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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Immense Line of New Goods coming in and the shelves
MUSI' be cleared of all summer fabrics and clothing
ASTOUNDING REDUCTIONS ON EVERYTHING
Come early and get your choice,
pattern and the best
A;! are up.to-date in
Yours for more business
MULVEY MERCANTILE COMPANY
JOHN R. WHITE Manager
COX'S DRUG STORE
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F. f. COX
J. NV MM MERMAN, Agent, Piedmont, Okla
INSURANCE AGAINST LIGHTNING, WIND, TORNADO,
HAIL OR ANY CALAMITY
Con t i [leu t ul
$19,SI 4,6< .; S|
Total Responsibility 1 ">.8ti
PUT YOUR HOUSE, BARN AND STOCK IN THE CYCLONE
CELLAR - W H A T>
Better Insure Them With a Home Man tlut Cun Attend to the
Business Right and Adjust your Loss
J, W. TIMMERMAN
IB THE MAN AND PIEDMONT 18 THE PLACE
REGULAR GRISI OF
COUNT! NEWS ITEMS
From the Chieftain.
Guy Bleigh the handsome and ac-
commodating clerk at the Calumet
drug store was seeting the sights in
El Reno Wednesday.
Mrs. \\ arreu of 101 Reno moved out
from that city Monday and will keep
house for her daughter. Miss Graio,
who lias .t position as ti acher in our
■-« hool. \\ i' welcome these neoule
of the W. (V '1'. U. will lecture here
next Wednesday night at the M. K.
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From the Alert.
Frank MaMahon sold to R. M. Fry
twenty steers last week for sixteen
A monster republican meetiug is
being planned for next Tuesday ev-
ening, November 1st. All the ci un«
position there as local operator.
Some burglars were seen at Mrs.
Rusick's residence about four o'clock
Wednesday morning Nothing at
present is missing onh a grav pony-
belonging to Mr. Roy Lawton.
Sylvian Haworth of HI Reno, who
formerly worked for the Yukon Mill
it drain Co., was here visiting
friends Sun lay. He is now a travel-
ous I'nion C t \
ted a few
(George \. lloyo. who was in charge
of the in.!!.m Fa i .it Weatherfoid,
I returiit'd from that place Friday.
' J, W. iia>don apent a coupie • f
day slast week looking over the res-
ervation to be sold November 15.
M;>. H ilderman. ex state president
: sits. The
s from Whit in
Dr. Edwards and M s
furnished some fav-
us of music. Tlu
. w. Jack
Mill A:- Fie vat
Kit III. \ \ I >
; El Reno,
List your property with us
and we will hustle the
sale and give you a square
I. f. GOUCH
PUDMOHT, OK LA.
F1 Reno, 1
Baptist minister I
I'd at tlie Springer'
ening. i !lad
Valley school house Monday
The lecture was well received
audience. The illustrations
both interesting and instructive. The!
members of the Glee Club furnished
some vers beautiful selections of mu-| ,lul
sic which were suitable for the occa-i frv
home folks in M
tmri and say the>
OK \lt< III
From the Times.
Miss Anna Hell Sorrels returned
Monday night from Apache, where
she has been visiting at the home of
her brother the last two weeks
\\ liite «>i ( uth; le. auditor
Fort Smith and Western wag
after railroad business here
1) M. Walke
cut to F1 Reno
John Bulkhead, from five miles
I east of Richland, was here purchas-
Miss Hatt;e Maass, who has been iug material for farm improvements.
•. .ting relatives in Minnesota fori Mr. Burkhead owns a farm of IMO
the last six weeks, returned home acres and buys corn here to feed
last Saturday night. I hogs.
l)r \V,.I« litti'iuUid 111., meetius of! Mr. citngmnn, who was returning
. e... .i al as.not ation at K1 Reno, from Cashion, stopped here for re- i
last J* rut ay afternoon and missed tliej fresluuents Monday. He has pur-
,he s,'ssll"i Hel.hased u farm :it that pla. ,■ all.) i-I
plii.iit'il ap .iii.i hail Hommertzhi m in niim from m .ir 11 . s,.r *li. . In
Brum 'Ha • ar down for him. sold hi farm.
Itt'v Kellx aud Geo. Hoedt'T return- ,.,
edI Mot>d , ttom AW . mbtn th«j at/. fo
... attending th. annual on-lfc,, „„,,ail>
' . Of 111,. Mothodlst .hill h. bu'sln.
K< Uy has been appointed to
*ork . t Foraker, Okla , and will
\ I ko\
From the Sun.
Barley Julian is a firm friend of
the stork. A bright baby girl was
h'f' at his house Wednesday uiorn-
Miss Maude Wells is spending her
x a at .on from the bank visiting rel-
ativis and frieuds in Bristow, Iowa.
She will return in about two weeks.
Miss Maud Mills who has been at-
tending the Pioneer Training school
at Oklahoma City, hss accepted a
marketed a lo;
nesday He s
more than tin
aller in Richland Monday.
vheat . , w «d
g t thr. e c. 11 ts
■r> at I'.edmont
I the people
here n politic al issues Thursday af-
ternoon and we suppose convinced
them n spite of their tax receipts,
that taxes were no nUher than for-
Miss Olive Newman was thrown
out of a buggy aud the result was
s sprained hand
Subscribe for the News.
#3,000 TO U)AN ON OKI.A.
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J. W. Holcomb
PUTNAM HEAL ESTATE C.H>.
Office, l-Hl^ West (<ritml
Residence, IfMMl West 35«.li St.
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I N marriage license was issued
j ' tober L'2 to Archie L. Hicks. 2:|
I ami Miss Daisy May McKlfresi' lf '
of Yukon, Okla.
for the X.-
Ice Cream, Soda Drinks,
Fresh Candies, Choice
Brands of Cigars and
Lunch Ciiunter in Connection
A square deai is my niottc
J. L. MEYERS
Piedmont - Okla.
" you want to
sell of traile
Vout fatm, buy,
sell or traile for
o. B. FRISBEE
-l-r> American Nat l Hank llld^
. A. LONG. Prtf.
• EDMONT. OKLA
AKoinniudalioai, l int Damn PIom.
and Office and i' rlor>« for
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Hoenm Nch(I) I'urniHhed mid
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IaxaUod Olio Ifcmr WomI of
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Brown, U. S. The Piedmont News (Piedmont, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, November 4, 1910, newspaper, November 4, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc164732/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.