The Cordell Beacon (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 17, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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EXTRA SPECIALS FOR JUNE SELLING.
Ladies Palm Beach Suits.
The ideal garment for summer wear. They're cool,
comfortable, made according to the latest dictates
of fashion, stand cleaning, ami the price so reasona-
ble that yon would not misg tlue money.
$5.00 to $9.00
For our June Selling Campaign we have collected the greatest
assortment of real bargains ever shown under one roof in Cor-
dell. No mark up and mark down prices here, just genuine re-
ductions on regular stock and regular prices. Seeing these spec
ials is buying, because you can get seasonable goods here at a
price no competition can offer.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE WRIGHT PLACE.
New Striped Dresses.
These have just arrived and conform to the. popular
demand for Mack and white stripes, neatly made,
of Voiles in both wide and narrow stripes, special
♦mowing this week at only
Mens Harvest Suits $1
Heavy Blue Overalls, full cut and double
stitched, and 50« Mne work shirts, made
with faced sleeve* and plso cut full, both
Ladies New Slippers
These are in the new Cloth Tops in White
and Tan, values that are astonishing to
say the least, we bought them right, our
Ppiw> <! I^v
$2 50 to $3.00
It PATS To Trade at The WRIGHT Place.
None "Just as Good" as Manhattan
Shirts. They're the Best Made.
No eompeti tor
pretends that he
has a shirt "just
as good'' as Man-
best and its a well
known fact. Our
diplay of these
shirts is not equal-
ed outside of the
larger cities and
frou will do well
to buy some of
them. They nev-
er fade and out-
wear any other
shirt at any price.
Silk Hose Special 25c.
These are made of pure fibre silk
with lisle tops, heels and OCn
toes, the pair. fculi
New Tissues and Fiaxons
Showing a beautiful assortment of
these, all patterns, and best 1C.
for summer, the yard luu
Crepe DeChine Handk'fs.
These are in white with assorted bor-
ders. just the thing for this QE*
summer, each, £wb
36 inch Percales 10c.
We sold out on 10 cent percales and
cut our regular 15c line to Iflf*
this figure, the yard, lUw
Palm Beach and
Our line of Palm Beach and Mohair Suits
is unsurpassed, in quality, style and work-
manship. They have a distinguished ap'
pearance that you can get in no other
lines and the price* are lower than others
of the same quality. You will enjoy look-
ing at them. m"m
DO YOU WANT ONE OF THE
WHITE HOUSE MONOGRAM
They are beautifully decorated wi th gold
band and pink flowers, and your initial
in gold on each piece, burned in with the
other decorations and will not come off.
WELL, JUST TRADE AT "WRIGHT'S**
AND GET ONE OF THESE, FREE.
Boys Palm Beaches.
You naturally want your boy to look bet-
ter and he can't do it unless you put one
of our I*alm Beach Suits ou him. Just
bring him in, prices _ „
$3.50 to $5.00
Special House Dresses.
Just received, House Dresses made of
good percales, with embroidered collars
and never before sold at this price, choice
It PAYS To Trade At The WRIGHT Place.
Mens Wash Ties 25c.
These are in new mercerized effects
and wear longer than any 0E«*
others, each, tub
Ladies Vests Special 7c.
Ten dozen good knit vests, others
sell them for 10 cents, "7—
our price, each, I u
18 inch Embroidery 9c.
A good corset cover Embroidery,
several different patterns, ex* fl —
tra special, the yard, vu
Mens Harvest Glnves.
A good soft Horsehide glove that
sold for 7"> cents, thirty six CDm
pairs, special, the pair, Wdb
No Dress is Com-
plete Without an
They're made of light
weight, cool, summer ma-
terials. The boning is
flexible and rust proof.
The styles always just a
little ahead, and insure a
fashionable fit for any
dress. Ask a sales lady
to show you.
$1 to 5.00
WE LOWER THE PRICES.
One lot of small aprons in white and
black and white checks and figures,
sold for 15 cents, choice now,
Just arrived a lot of Mens and La-
dies Dusters, and to make quick
turnover we make the price only
WE KEEP THE PRICES DOWN.
Boys Slipper Special
These are in Black Gunmctal, leath-
er ami are easily worth $2.00 the
pair. Sizes 12 to 2, choice
Genuine Porus Mesh garments, sell-
ing our third order, well made, any
size you want. Price per suit,
T. M. and Win. Greenhaw of Hobart
were in the city last Friday.
Attorney A. M. Beets was trans-
acting business in Colony Friday.
A. E. Larson, a business roan of Clint Cook spent Sunday at Weath-
Drummond, Okla., was in Cordell Sat- erford, the guest of friends.
urday and Sunday. ______
"Mrs"Hand of Clinton was the guest
Virgil Brown and wife of Rocky
■were visitors in Cordell last Friday.
Miss Ollie Owen returned Saturday of Mrs. Brownlee this week.
from Hobart where she spent the ———
week visiting relatives.
Mrs. Ryan and children of Hobart Rev. J. X. Armstrong, who has been PLATT NATIONAL PARK,
were here the first of the week, visit- engaged in revival work at Tuttle.' Oklahoma possesses within her bor-
ing her sister. Mrs. R. B. Owen. Okla., for the past month, returned ders a Government Reservation—The
home Monday evening. Piatt National Park, at Sulphur.
——-— In 1902 our Government dedicated
I J. Brunken, German farmer from
the south part of the county, was In F0R SALE—One eleven room dwell- to the free uge of the people, that the
Attorney George Darnell of Arapa- the city Saturday. "ouae. One business house and pregent and fature generations may |
•Ha QaMha That Dot* Nat anaet Tlia Hut
B«c«use of ill toBlt and lasativr effect. LAXA-
TIVE BROMO Ql'ININBi* better Ih n ordinary
mine and doe« not cauae MTVMMMM nor
na ia head Remember the fall name and
lor the licnature ol E. W. GROVE. 2Sc.
ho, was In the city Tuesday afternoon.
J. H. Hay, well known citizen of
Canute, waa in the city Saturday.
J. D. Cone, well known citizen from
the eastern portion of the county, was W. J. Aycock, business man of Clin- Heflin of Foss were attending to bus
trading in Cordell Saturday. ton, was In the city Sunday after- ine " in Cordell Tuesday.
lot and 12 vacant residence lota. Ap- rome and partake of the recreation
Postmaster Galloway and Marshal P'y to H. E. Guy. tf. an(i the health giving waters, once
enjoyed only by the Indian, the old
Weaver Merahon from near Canute,
waa a county aeat visitor Saturday.
Attorney Hunter of Hobart was
transacting business In Cordell Sat-
Mart Cunningham and T. J. Wil- ] —
burn of the Mount Zion community j D Chalfant, of the Chalfant-Nel-
were In the cjty Saturday. |gon (jrain Co., was In the city Satur-
Prof. J. L. Jackson, who has been
attending the University at Norman,
came in Sunday afternoon for a short
A lot of good roads radiating from ]n(]ian Camp Ground and Mineral
any town will Insure Its progress and springs, now all Included In the Piatt
development. Situated like Cordell National Park, at Sulphur, Murray
in a good agricultural section, It needs county, Oklahoma.
but little else. | gu|phur Is very proud of her splen-
did mineral springs and beautiful
Hon. F. E. Herring of Elk City was
a business visitor in Cordell Satur-
Miss Frankie Dodson was the guest
of friends at Hobart laBt Thursday
W. O. Fanner, citizen of Pauls Val-
ley waa transacting business in Cor-
J. R. Hughea of the Elk City Marble
Worka. was In the city Saturday on
Ctoas. M. Carder, cashier of the
State Bank of Rocky, waa In the city
O. P. Smith and Dr. Weber were
Ttslt«>rs at the county aeat Friday
Ash. Hays. Rrown and Mac-
motored to Rocky and Senti-
W. H. Jenkins of the Lake Valley
oaaaunlty was a county seat visitor
Mrs. Alma Grigg and baby from
Tulia, Texas, are here visiting herl A H> luaach, prominent citizen of P™"*
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Killough. | Bessie, was a county seat visitor Sat-1 Morton and bill Day and wife of Sen
tlnel, motored to t'ordell Sunday af
Mr. and Mra. W. O. Callaway mo-
tored over to Elk City Saturday ev-
ening for a visit with Mrs. Callaway's
Jim Murdock, Bob Champlaln. At-
Mrs. Chas. Meloy came over from rery which, while on a smaller
Greenhaw and Miss Mabel s*nt,nel Saturday, where she has gca,e fonjparej with our western,
been attending the County Normal. r8jlfg un)que xhe cure, wrought'
She returned Monday, accompanied by
Postmaster Long of Rocky, was at-
tending to some business at the coun-
ty seat Tuesday.
T. A. Ash worth who lives near Dill
Is moving Into the Tomllnson resi-
dence In the north part to town this
by the waters to be found in the
Mr. Meloy. who will remain there un- ^jona! are often marvel-
til the normal enda in July. oug Tired and Infirm humanity la
not coaxed here to be drugged and
rubbed. There are experta who vow
Miss Myrtle Young, who is attend- week
torney Plumlee and A. J. Strange, alL|nK ,j,e nortna| 8( Weatherford, was
of Sentinel, motored to Cordell Frl- home over Sunday
day on business.
B. C. Miller, one of the prosperous
young farmers of the Cowden com-
munity, was in the county aeat on
A. N. Haws, well known farmer
from Foaa route two, waa In Cordell
Monday and called at the Beacon
office, renewing his subscription.
Word was received in Cordell last
week that Miss Kate Germany, for- ,he water8 the platt National Park
mer student of Cordell Christian Col- j,ave the qualitiea that restore health,
lege, was married to Ira Unterowd. Sufflc|ent to say that the waters at-
Mrs. Dr. Lanier, who has been vis- a >oun* minister, at Hereford, Texas, tni(.te)1 the attention of our Govera-
Itlng her pareuta at Belle Plain, Kan- on June 6th- ment. reaultlng In the segregation of
Mel Wright, prominent farmer frt>t*, s«*. for the past month, returned home nearly 850 acres of land. The moat
Sentinel, was attending to bua- Monday. j
Iness In Cordell Saturday.
J. O. Price who haa been parole wonderful work done by the waters
r-ierk at the Granite reformatory for have been the healing of chronic Indl-
Cllne Sears, ho haa been a stud -*t the past four years, haa returned to Ration and other dlaeases of the ln-
John Norton, well know® dtlzen'of the Cordell Chrlntlaa College for Cordell and will occupy the old H. digestive organs, liver, kidney and
from the east part of the coanty, was the past three terma. left M.mday te Young property northwest of Lee Btomach troubles, many being reator-
enter the University at Norman. ~ ' "" * -
here Saturday on business.
Mrs. W. M. Copeland, returned Fri-
day evening from a weeks' visit wfth
relatives In southern Kansas.
Walter Ferguson, editor of tlfS |
Cherokee Republican and J. H. Hor-
J. L. Fisher, business man of Enid.
Brothers lumber yard. He has ac- e<j to health very quickly. Insomnia
repted a position with Ijoreni 6 Oele. | an(| nervous disorders often yield
Fred Fogg*, student of Cordell ■ ■ readily to certain of the waters.
Christian College, left the first of H. D. Young and family, who are | |t |a the wonders of the Springs
the week for Davis City, Iowa, to residing on their farm near Cowden, that attracted the Indiana of old, and
spend a short time. were In the city Saturday. They ex- theae wonders will Intereat the thoua-
■ pert to move back to Cordell about aTU]g who visit the springs In the
That's the condition you
are in when you KNOW
yoa should have your phizz
Photo'd and don't do it.
It's better to be even
"half shot" than to be
completely missed — but
the proper thing for you
to do, is to come to our
Photo "Shootin' Gallery"
and get completely "Shot
Up. You really should
preserve your Good Looks,
on a Postal or something
better. We build better
ton, a published of Cincinnati, were ln| " here the first of the week, visit-1 AMornpy s«m Mnsslnfale and Miss
Cordell laat Saturday on bualneas. ilng his brother. \\ I. Usher. i >>lna rrum „,^n((Krapher. went to
tha first of September.
J. W. Mucins, who formerly lived! • Rsmsey Davla of Hobart, passed
at Rocky, but for the laat two yeara .through Cordell Tuesday afternoon.,
at Huntaville. Texaa, waa here the on his way north In hla car.
flrat of the week, visiting his daugh-
'rume, stenographer, went
Mountain View Monday to take some
ter, Mrs. Vandefer.
Dr. A. Stephen Neal of Cowden, waa
Reading to aome business In Cordell
O. T. Ktabler, the barber waa via-
HM relative* at Sentinel tha latter
of laat week.
Alt peraona are ordered to ceaae
ataklng and grazing horsea and cat-
tle on the public achool grounds and
Uie high achool campua.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mrs. Milton Bachelor of Altua, la
here thla week, vlaltlng her parents,
Rev. snd Mra. Robt. Hodgson.
John Miller, former Rherllf, who
has been s)>endlng some time at hla
farms near Port, waa In Cordell 8vn-
Wm. Copeland, Clerk. nod Monday.
Platt National Park. In the years to
come. The cure Is In the water that
bublea from Mother Earth, with It'a
heavy gaa pressure.
The Sulphur Chamber of Commerce
IDC vn "/ i
The realdence property of T. A farm three mllea eaat and one aouth
Edward* which Is < upled by R. H of Cordell. Okla. See ssmple at bank w" "uc,y an,wer Bnjr
Meyers, la being Improved some this or , n|| Bt farm. Red Wonder doea well I" ry*
week with a n*w coat of paint. even In a dry year. Orows very stalky
■■ and heada and grain are very large.
PASTURE having 8 to 4 gTalna to the maah.
Red Wonder" or "Golden Beaty
1 have 40 acre. ^'ih."^."^ HaU V.tlon.l"'p«k
farm three milea eaat and one aoutn .
Plenty of water, shade, salt, good Price per. bushel, while tt laata, fl.OO.
fence and lota of grssa. See J. 8. | 0. W. Patterson,
Norton, 7 mllea 8. E of oCrdell. tf Cordell, Okla., R. F. D. 4.
FOR SECOND MORTGAGE FARM
LOANS, AT REASONABLE RATES
SEE OR WRITE H. H. HOOVER, HO-
BART, OKLA. tf
St. Paul Fire ft Ma-
rine Insurance Co.
I have Just perfected arrange-
oienta as agent for this compa-
ny. Your baalneas solicited a.id
your troublea and complalnta
Farmara National Bank Building
REMEMBER Ik ST. MUL.
G. A. W. Fleming.
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