The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, August 3, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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Cordell. Oklahoma., August 3, 1906
J. I. Brothers before meLking & Farm Loan.
Room 6. Finerty building. Upstairs.
T^HE FUN KEEPS UP. The goods are ar-
_ riving faster than ever before at this time
of the year. We have too many goods al-
ready and every train brings in more. Our
Winter Goods are coming in daily. BLANK-
ETS, COMFORTS1 DRESS GOODS, SHOES
and CLOTHING, and we have got to make
room for them, Now is the opportune time
to buy goods at almost your own price. Be-
sides all kinds of Merchandise at the very
lowest figure that dependable goods can be
One Palmleaf Fan
Gocd Cool Water
The LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES WITHOUT BEG-
GING FOR THEM,
2000 yards of Best Standard Prints, one week at
One lot good Cotton Checked Shirting at
A few pieces of 8 cent Figured Challie -
Don't overlook the Wash Goods and Embroidery saleAr'C
now on. Those Beautiful Shear figured Silk/r|
Mulls, former price 50 cents, now L J
One lot of $2.75 to $3.00 Drew Selly Oxfords at
mi 2.25 " 2.50
11 " 2.50 " *• ■'
" Men's Black Oxfords, worth $3.00
<1 <i «« (i *• K | gQ
M '• 11 Canvass Golf shoes worth 1.25
75 Men's Fancy Shirts, everyone worth 75c, Madras ZG
Silk Bosom and Percales, this week only
One lot Men's Swan Hats, Dakota Shape this week $2.48
10 dozen Men's 20c Fancy Socks, black, dot, tan, lace
stripe, etc., until closed 10
One lot of Men's $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts, all good
values, but only one or two of a kind. To close ./ vV
15 cent Bottle Bluing for : : : : :
10 cent Bottle of Extract for ; : :
15 cent Dried Peaches, per pound i: : :
15 cent whole Dried Apples,Iper pound :
Good Prunes, per pound ; ; ; ;
Good Ginger Snaps, two pounds for ;
Dr. Price's Food, two packages 1 ;
Egg O'See, two packages ; % ; ;
15 cent Oriole seeded Raises, two packages
* LOCAL NEWS. *
C. A. Korf is the new cashier | frisco time table
and ticket agent at the depot.
C. C. Curtis was down to Guth
rio a couple days this week.
Bui) Payne and Charlie Hart- j
ronft, of Foss were in town yes- opeueii up< the
N«> tflo PuMtngsr Lv 10:;w am
tfO* Pa** n f*r Lv 3:1* piu
J. W. Utter back took in the
' polictieal blow out at El Reno
j County Atty. W. J. Knott is in
Missouri this weak on profes-
Don't miss the* price bale at
Mrs. Bert Carney, of Mangum
is in the city the guest of Mrs.
! A. w. F. Lee.
John and Mary Sherburne
went to Wood Saturday to attend
a meeting held by the Baptists.
Lost —Lady's pocketbook con-
taining ring. lady's watch chain
an 1 about $1.30 in cash. Finder
! please leave at this office.
J. P. Goodnoge has been at
| Rocky for the past three weeks
looking after the interests of J.
C Morrison grain buyer.
The expert who is working on
the county records is not recom-
mending the manner in which
the books were kept very highly.
Dr. H. H. Wynne, specialist of
the Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat,
of Oklahoma City will be in Clin-
ton. Aug. 8, Wednesday at the
The ornameut (?) which has
adorned the east side of the
square, has been torn down and
hauled to the country. Just
Mrs. Dick Weaver and child-
ren left Wednesday for a visit
with Mr. Weavers people. Dick
will follow later and return home
Mrs John I. Lee left yesterday
for Ashland, Kas., where she
will join her brother and go to
Some of our unregenerated
sports went to Hobart Sunday to
witness a ball game between Ho
111., to v^sit her
who is in poor health.
August 17th & 18th
Are the Dates fixed for the *
bart and Lawton which was won
by the home team in a very pret-
ty game, the score standing 2 to
Grapes! Grapes! ! Grapes! !!
The choicet grapes you evei saw,
at the lowest prices you ever
heard of in this country, and in
over 40 sorts to. Call at the
Rose Valley Nursery, 12 miles
east of Cordell.
C. H. Spann left Monday on
the north bound train for Iron
City, Iowa to visit at his old home
and spend his vacation among
old time friends. On his return
trip he will go to Chicago and In-
dianapolis visiting a brother at
the latter place. Rev. Spann has
certainly earned this vacation.
Hettv Piddicord, living seven
miles east of town, iust south of
the iron bridge across the Wash-
ita had bills printed at this office
anouncing a sale of stock. Sixty-
one head of mules, horses and
cattle will be offered to the high-
est bidder and judging from what
the bills say. it is all pretty good
stock. Sale Aug.. Htb.
All parties desiring to be nat-
uralized at the opening term of
the district court in November
must not, later than Aug. 11,
come in and make their applica-
' tion petition before the clerk of
' the district covrt, as 90 days no-
tice is required to be given from
the time of filing the application
and the hearing on same in the
Every thing goes in big sale at
watermelon si-tson hasi
first load coding
in with the circus
Ground was broken ye*t. rday
for the Bell brick building on
the south side of the squ.i ••
Mrs. J. H. Bennett and daugh-
ter Stella returned froui their
Iowa visit Wednesday evening.
The County Commissioners
are wrestling with a liquor peti-
tion today. They don't like it a
Charley M urre'l leceived word
Sunday that his father had died
the evening previous at Fred-
erick very suddenly.
Oris Copeland returned Wed-
nesday evening from his Kansas
visit. He is looking as if he had |
enjoyed his vacation.
Mrs. Stokesberry and three
children, who have been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sher-
burne, leturned home yesterday.
The stork called at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Crume
Wednesday about noon and left
with them a handsome 9 pound
Miss Cora Tedder, who has
been employed as stenographer
and bookkeeper by several of our
business firms has secured a po-
sition in Oklahoma City and will
leave for that point Sunday.
Will Hornbeck, Editor of the
Ne wsboy at Sentinel was in town
Saturday. He reports things alivo
down at that town and that "by
faith" they can aee it "bullgiens"
on the orient passing back and
Remember the farmers and
Normal students have a joint
meeting at the Clubhouse Friday
evening at 8 o'clock and Satur
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. These
meetings are especially for the
farmer and his wife, and they
should be there.
The Hobart News-Republican
suggests that if our Jack-the-
pole:climbing-peeper can't climb
the telephons pole without being
disturbed by the "peeped,'' that
a pole be erected on the public
square for his benefit. Good
idea, will the city dads make a
note of this.
Kennedy Bros.' show gave two
performances here yesterday
and satisfied our people at both
exhibitions. The show is not a
large one, but makes up in q uali-
ty what it lacks in quantity. The
Kennedy Bros, are gentlemanly
fellows with whom it is a pleas-
ure to do business.
We received a basket of grapes
from J. D. Durksen's nursery
one day this week, and they were
the best assorted lot of grapes
we have seen during the 50 odd
winters we have spent on the
round side of the earth. He has
ten acres of the fruit, and esti-
mates his crop at a number of
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Smith were
called upon this week to part
with their little daughter Doro-
thy. She had been having a se
rious time with the whooping
cough, and a couple of weeks
ago had a severe spell of cough-
ing, from which she injured her-
self internally and never recov-
ered. She was just past two
years old, and her death is a sad
bereavement to the parents, who
have the sympathy of our people.
4 price on all white slippers
during sale. The Fair.
Can Mail Deposits.
Don't think that because you
: may live some distance from the
> Bank that you must do without
bmkiug privileges and advan
tages. You can mail ycur checks,
drafts or currency to the bauk
1 stating how you want it deposited
I and it will be promptly receipted
j for and as carefully cared for aa
| if you had brought it in in person,
i The mails are safe and they
will save jou many trips to the
bank. We have lately installed a
"banking by mail service" for
Washita County, and would be
pleased to give full particulars
to anyone enquiring or writing
to us for the same. Use our fa-
cilities, they are the best.
Bank of F. C. Finerty A Co.
These Crowder Mules.
Those Crowder mules are gone
but not forgotten and so hss the
owner. They will, however, re-
turn, that is the man will, but
the other mules are gone forever
from us. Crowder gave bond to
appear later, then in company
with his neice, hiked to Texas,
and it is fair to guess that he is
not worrying about mule suits
to any great extent, nor with!
in reach of an outraged wife and
Robert Knie, another party to
the triangular mule suit, stands
in the position of the "innocent
purchaser" and ought to be con*
vinced that the mule trade has
its unpleasant features, hovevsr,
his efforts in securing reports
from some of the school bosrds
in the county has partially fitted
him to handle mules successfully.
Mr. Strickland, who says he
own the mules, intends to push
his rights to the utmost, and Is
likely to see the finish of the
deal, and the prospscts for hard
fought legal battle are good.
A Snre Thing.
Don't think because nothing
much has been said about the
Harvest Home Festival to be held
in Cordell that it is all off, be-
cause that is not so. It is com*
ing off bigger and better, and the
reason why no loud shouting hss
been done, is simply that Cor-
dell proposes to do things and
not palm off quantities of hot air
onto the public in lieu of a genu-
ine entertainment. Its period of
incubation is perhaps over the
stated time,but it is a well known
truth that "good things come
slow," and this is going to be a
We want all the old folks to
come, and the middle aged peo-
ple to come, the young man and
his girl to come, the boys and
girls to come, in fact we want
every person in Washita county
to come and enjoy a couple of
days of pleasure and profit. The
dates selected aro Friday and
Saturday, Aug. 17 and 18, and
on both days an excellent pro-
gram of sport and frolic together
with solid entertainment, will be
furnished. Now do not forget
that this is to be the genuine
throughout. Do not confound
it with the various fizzles carried
F. M. Berrie, living on the
school section northwest of Dill,
will offer his personal property
for sale at public auction on Fri-
day Aug. 10. He has the follow-
ing stock listed: Five cows and
calves, 1 thoroughbred Durham
bull, 1 yearling heifer, 6 head of
hogs, 1 term of mules 8 yeara
old, 1 gray mare 0 years old, 1
set work harness, a set double
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Gunsenhouser, M. H. The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, August 3, 1906, newspaper, August 3, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169084/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.