The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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CORDELL. OKLAHOMA^THURSDAY. MACHCH 7. 1907.
They usually want
You remember the hunger you had
""•Home cooking counts foTmudi
it the.child's health; do not imperil
it with alum food by the use of poor,bat tog powder.
Have a delicious, pure, homemade muffin, cake or blacuit ready when they
come in. Tojfre sure of the purity, you must use
ROYAL is absolutely Pure.
Garden making is in order
See the Imperial Stock Com-
pany at the opera house to-night.
Mrs. C. B. Thornton and child-
ren left Saturday for a visit with
her brothers at Altus and Texa%
Mrs. M. J. Fleming left Sun-
day morning for a short visit
with relatives and friends at Ne-
v.ANTED — C>ok and dininK
roo*i girl at tjottsge Hotel.
Mrs Dr. Wilson.
I Ptione 109.
! The past four wa<-tn davs have
! brought the painters aud would-
j be painters to the front and they
j ,ire thiclt as carpenters.
C. H. Parker, Referee in Bank
i ruptcy, h«id court in the court
j r(K>m here Saturday. Tne King
I & Liuch case fnm Sentinel was
under judicial notice-
A Race for a Widow was pulled
off at the Opera House Saturday
night and furnished entertain-
ment^for our people. It was a
good play, performed by a good
company, who under the circum-
stances did very well.
M. F. Barnett living three
miles west of Dill will sell his
personal property at public sale
on Tuesday, March 12th. He
has a couple of horses and a num-
ber of farm implements for sale.
l'. ich and yiuni trees are rut
in lull bloom, notwithstanding)
the hard frost last Tuesday even-
Mrs. C. T. Akers and baby <
left Tuesdaj morning for a visit
with her mother and other rela- 1
lives at Golden City. Mo.
K.x Officer J. C. H. Black will
deliver a lecture on prison life at
the Parish bouse Friday hight,
March Hih. Mr. Brack's lecture |
is illustrated by many pictures,
showing prison life in all its hor-
rors. He devotes his lecture ex-
clusively to Lansing, Kans.,
prison, where he was an officer
for several years, and is fully
equipped by experience and ob-
servation to deli v«r in interest-
Mr. and Mrs. Wa*hee of Col-
ony were in town Tuesday and
gave this office a pleasant call.
Washee says the Indians are
very much dissatisfied over a
ruling whereby all the lease
money due the Indian children is
retained by the agent until the
minor is 21 years old. Also that
half of all the lease money is re-
tained by the agent He says
it works a hardship in many
cases and the Indians met at
Big Yaki's camp this week and
remonstrated against this ruling.
He will go to Guthrie to see what
steps have to be taken to have
the ruling set aside and perhaps
will go on to Washington, before
the matter is finally adjusted.
Are you aware of the fact that
things are changing in this old
old world. Why you can borrow
money now at a reasonable rate,
and on terms to suit you. See
the Pittsburg Mortgage Invest-
ment company, J. I. Brothers,
manager, Cordell, Okla.
The Brookhouser farm of 160
acres, 3* miles west of Cordell,
40 acres in cultivation.
G. E. Wagner.
0. T. Akers w
Dr. Wilson has opened up the
Cottage Hotel after a thorough
renovating and cleaning
Begins to 1 >ek more like a city
overy day. Bill board* are try-
ing to make their appearance.
Kxpert book exiiuiner Bruce
was in town a couple of days this
week, chewing the rag owr his
The county commissioners are
in session with Commissioner
Bills in disguise, he having shav-
ed his upper lip.
New residences going up all
over town. Scarcely can look
about without seeing where a
new building has been started.
The south bound Frisco pas-
senger Wednesday afternoon did
not go through until after mid-
night, the engine having broken
down near Southard.
The Reformed Church and
Parish house are securing a new
coat of paint and are looking very
much improved. Painter Bab-
bitts is doing the work.
The Imperial Stock Co. will be
at the opera house for three
nights this week, Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday. It comes
well recommended with an ex-
cellent repertoire, and no doubt
will furnish our people with
three nights of solid fun and en-
A few peach, apple and plum
trees from the Ottawa, Kansas,
Star Nurseries, for sale cheap.
Also some North Carolina Poplar
shade trees, 12 feet high, and
150 strawberry plants.
E. G. Williams,
One block northeast of square.
i Oklahoma Remember, when you want
h<>rs • >r Jack bills printed, that
the H-;rald-Sentinel office is the
best equipped with cats. We
oin suit you if you give us an op
We have just reoeived one of
the largest lines of carpets and
large rugs ever brought to town.
Fisher a Craig.
It is not usually understood
that the lobby of the postoffice
would be a good place for pro-
miscuous huffging and kissing,
and it has been long since any-
thing of the kind occurred, but
the interval has been broken.
However, it shoulcLnot be con-
Katharine Eggleston reader,
will be at the Parish House Hon*
dsy night as one of the series of
entertainments given by the Lee*
ture Course. We believe this is
the last number on the program
unless the one that didn't come
off, is rebilled. Katharine is
good and will furnish you a very
pleasant evening. Tickets and
reserved seats can be hsd at
Akers* Jewelry store.
Sometime ago County Survey-
or Emmett Ross received and
accepted a commission from the
U. S. Government to make a re-
port on the condition of the roads
in Washita County. To do this
he must have the support of the
trustee from each township,
whom he would request to make
a report to him, and from these
several reports he will make one
consolidated report and forward
it to Washington. As he gets
no pay for the work and is will-
ing to do the work at that price,
he thinks it would be only fair
for the several township trus-
tees to lend their aid and to this
end several have promised hearty
Fisher & Craig have added to
their line a nice lot of baby ear
House with 6 rooms, well bnilt
barn, well and cistern, • lota,
close In. Will be sold at a bar*
BUY Your Spring Suit NOW,
The Man who has learned that Good Clothes are an in-
vestment and not an expense is the man who will be in-
terested in our several models of Sincerity Clothing.
We are showing Men's Suits in several distinctive styles
and when you put a Sincerity Coat on your back, you
can feel assured that the collars and lapels will not only
look right, but that they will always keep their shape.
Every garment is tailored with the, utmost care and
and the canvass and Hair Cloth Pads used in all Sincer-
ity coats are hand-made and of best material.
The latest color creations in spring are Silver Greys
in semi-black checks and invisible broken overplaid ef-
fects in worsted cheviots and cassimeres, some of the
overplaids being in the new olive tint shapes so popular
for spring, Blue Serges of the new medium coloi shades,
very fine black and blue thibets and unfinished worsteds
will also be very popular.
We give a list of a few of our leading numbers:
NO, 1 is an invisible plaid Savile Sack. A suit just
suited to the man who dont want to invest in a high
priced garment, but still wants style, fit and quality. It
is a good looker, and as dressy as the most of the suits
you will pay $18.00 for, we are offer- <1*1 Q
ing it at .... ^lO.OU
NO. 2 is a K. N. fit F, Sincerity Savile Sack Suit made
up in the very height of fashion is an invisible Plaid
Worsted. A good shapely serviceable
at a moderate price, only
NO 3 is a light steel gray plaid in a small figure in an
all wool Cassimere. A garment that looks neat and dres-
sy and holds its shape ajid color as long
fs there is a piece of it left. Selling at
NO. 4 is also a Savile Sack Sincerity suit, a delicate
navy blue shade in an invisible overplaid, and a splendid
looking dressy suit that we will sell
at the reasonable price of
NO. 5 is a solid black all wool unfinished worsted the
very acme of style, and fits the form <£17
like a tailor-made garment. Only ■ mKj\J
NO. 6 is a steel gray with a delicate Herringline stripe.
A suit that meets the taste of a young man who wants
something out of the ordinary* A $20.00
real up-to-date garment at
Here is a few left over suits that are light-weighty and
a splendid bargain to the purchaser. They are all late
styles and good quality and only a few of them to go at
the following prices:
Gray Worsreds in various stripes and ^ r\
patterns sold all winter at $13.50, S9.50
closing at ^
All wool Cassimeres, tip top style — A
and material, all winter price $15.00, S|0 50
closing out at ...
All wool Cassimeres in a regular
$16.50 suit at
A few Fancy Cashimeres, regular
$20.00 Suits at .
THE WASHITA, Cordell, Okla.
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Gunsenhouser, M. H. The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1907, newspaper, March 7, 1907; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169139/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.