The Statesman. (Foyil, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 22, 1908 Page: 1 of 4
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FOYIL, OKLA, FEBRU
Y 22, 1908.
T., as •BCOMD CLASS mail mattkr.
Apkil 8th, 1007. Under Act or Com*
This coupon will be accepted as
In payment for One Ladies' Ready
made Skirt bought at oar Store be-
f ti March ut.
Yon can bay OJL3LJ.CO at oar
Store for 6CTS. pir yard.
A. FOYIL £ SON.
Mrs. John Lalferty h*, been a
victim of jr bad case of salivation
the past week or ten days.
Dode Letter's baby which has
been qnite sick for sometime past
is, we are pleased to state,' much
Our old-time friend, M. N Dale,
ot Prairie Grove, Arkansas, visited
his son Robert, here daring the
Don't overlook the on the mar*
gin of T« Statesman, We
mean basioess. ComC in and see
how we stand.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott gave
a children's, party Tuesday yight
ih honor of their little daughter
Local and Display Adversements
will be run and charged for until
ordered out, when all arrearages
must be paid. Job Work, Cash on
Robert Brown is sinilinf over
the arrival of a fine boy who baa
been christened "HensakDawaon,"
in honor of the sttending physician
and to perpetuate the mother's
Wben an ably edited and unusu-
ally diacreet and hight-toned paper
like the Pryor Clipper, undertakes
to land a parisitc to the akies and
tries to make the people think that
a uinoopoop is a political Moses,
but few of its readers axe so stupid
aa to ovelook the joke. Even some
country editors know a canard
when they see It.
B Swan has been quite, sick the
W R Harper was in Bushyhead
last week. '
L H Tacket is reported to be on
the sick list.
J W Stewart transacted business
at Chelsea the first of the week.
George Woods' uncle and aunt
from Illinois, are visiting him thia
Robert Stokes has been spending
a few days st Claremore, visiting
'Squire Vincent and wife of
Foyil, were shopping in Bushyhead
H B Gentry and wife who were
very sick last week are better at
Rev Arthur Creasey vent to
Oswego.)Kansas, Saturday, return-
ing Sunday evening.
T A Brown, wife and daughter,
visited their diughter st daremore
Sunday and Monday,
F M Brown has returned home
from a two month's tjrip through
Texas and New Mexico,
. Geo Mine; and wjfe visited her
parents, Mr and Mrs Chas Rober*
son at Claremore over Sunday.
Arthur McCoy and wife of Chel-
sea, visited Jier parents, Mr and
Mr J Y Stokes, Sunday and Mon*
I Miss Bessie Bland returned home
from Miami, where she had been
spending the winter with her grand-
John Woods and family returned
from western Oklahoma where he
has been spending' the winter with
J M Cheeks' brother and wife
who have been visiting him for tiie
past week returned to their home
at Claremore Sunday.
9, G. Brown was among our
last Saturday callers.
John Smith moved into the Wilson
Suagee house the first of the week.
Tf L. Lane spent an hour or two
at tjke county-seat Saturday after*
Mra. Louisa Suagee and daughter,
Miss Amanda, came up from Tulsa
Friday evening last.
& T. Leffler, of the firm of Paris
& Lcffler, Bushyhead, called on
ye printer the i8th inst.
I&f. W. H. Ward entertained her
qonsiu, Joe Hatman, of Mammoth
Springs, Arkansas, the first of the
/ ifcarry Scott made this'printery a
short, though pleasant call, the fore
part of the week. Come some more,
Miss Bthel Paris and the Misses
Homes rendered excellent music at
t& servicea last Sunday evening.
Tbotrio are sweet singers and add
ly to the interest* of .the meet*
> wbtcS ttwy Uk* pan. .
Feuirn—On the street Sunday a
ladie's or child's handkerchief
Owner, can have it by calling at
this office and identifying same.
Otherwise it will be given to our
best girl, if we can locate her.
Rev. Alexander delivered one of
the most interesting sermons here
Snnday evening we have bad the
pleasure of hearing in many a day.
The reverend gentleman closed the
protracted effort here, but promised
to retuhi wben the weather and
other conditions were more favor-
J. W. Stewart was in Foyil on
business Thursday. See the effects
of hia stay on the.third page of this
paper. He haa the goods and prices
thst will sell them.
Do the people of Foyil school
district want a good school house
snd s graded school ? If ao, now io
the time to begin getting busy.
Unele Sam Millard has'been ap-
pointed roadoverseer for this dis-
trict, and wilt soon coil on yon to
help fix that bod glooe in the road.
'Squire Viuceat's Court.
Arthnr Richardson and Lonnie
Everett were arraigned in the local
justice court on the charge of forg
ing Iaaac Richardson's name to a
check on the Foyil State Bank for
tl.oo. Arthnr Richardson, who is
a nephew of Isaac Richardson,
plead not guilty and no evidence
was offered against him. Young
Everett, who is a bright-eyed, in
telligent lad, entered a plea of
guilty, saying that he was the lad
who forged the name of Isaac Rich
atdaofc to the check, and endorsed
thename of Arthur Richardson on
the bock and got the money with-
out the knowledge of the latter.
Young Richardson was completely
exbooesated while Everett was held
under $750*00 bond. Assistant
County Attorney, Ertell, conducte«
Druggist Smith call at our sanc-
tum on the 20th. '
Deputy Sherrff, A. C. Dykes, was
in the eity yesterday.
Postmaster Clapham was a States
man visitor on the 20th inst.
P. L. Paris of Bushyhead, waa
in the city on business Thursday.
It is said that Henry Payne
has opened a barber shop at Owas-
Assessor Tennison was a short
time caller at this print shop on
"Billy" Ward has had Somestren
uous work slong eficisl lines the
You can't help but ace A. Foyil
ft Son's announcement in this num-
ber of Statesman.
Messrs. G. E. Bolen and J. D.
Holland was at this printry a short
time yesterday afternoon.
J. Y. Stokes and son^, Swing,
were down from their farm, near
Srt A SMV mpa h
another column, it is worth fifty
cents to you in payment for a now
skirt. Use it.
Mrs. W. P. Payoe and children
came up from Claremore first of the
week. Her husband is in Kansas
City for a short stay.
Rev. Clapham will preach here
to-morrow evening. Subject—
"Second Coming of Christ.*' A
large attendance is looked for.
Any store which for one year,
advertises more and better than its.
competitor, will win that compoti-
tors business and prestage—or, at
least, the hustler'* share of it.—
Mr. and Mrs Wilson Suagoe left
this week for Kansas City, where
they will make their home. Mr.
Suagee having secured a lucrative
position witt^one of the city's foil-
When a merchant feels like re-
trenching it would pay .him better
(of the two evils) to move to o
smaller store rater than to cut dowu
his advertising space. Of course,
the right sort of merchant will.do
Rev Clapham will fill the pulpit
in Chelae two Sundnya in each
month and at* Love school'house
and Bushyhead one Sunday each;
also at Ftfyil at night on the day h«
meets with the people of Love
school house vicinity.
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The Statesman. (Foyil, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 22, 1908, newspaper, February 22, 1908; Foyil, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184581/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.