Woods County News. (Carmen, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 21, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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Heidley & Co., Phone 50 Can Furnish you your horse or cow feed.
WOODS COUNTY NEWS.
carmen. oklahoma. thursday july 21 79q4.
F. N. Wixsi.ow, Pres't.
J, CI. Duncan, V. Prest. E. M. Stkawn, V. Prest.
Hakky Dkan, Cashier.
Garmen National Bank
Every Accomodation Getesistent with Conservative Bank-
ing Cheerfully Extended*
—Smoke the Floto.
—Attorney H. A. Kehn went
Ball game Friday. Here's
where you'll see fun
—R. V. Converse, of Ingersoll
was in Carmen Tuesday.
Under Sheriff, IX II. Doles,
was a Carmen visitor Tuesday.
—The good judge of tobacco
smokes a Floto.
Screen doors, all kinds and siz-
es at Enid Lumber Co's.
— Albert EUinsworth has sev-
ered his connection with Jim &
John and has accepted a position
with the Anthony Wholesale
Grocery Co. and left Thursday
to assume his new duties.
—The Floto is a good smoken.
■—Smoke "The Floto" cigar,
everybody sells them.
Corn, corn chop, bran and
shorts, Heidley & Co's Phone .->0
Car of barrel and sack salt
just in. Ed F. Winterburg.
Why dout you use King < yl-
inder Oil? Sold by Carmen Ma-
—J. II. Waker who was former-1 of*lhc j(v.glc chief Valley,
ly traveling solicitor for the Alva
Courier was in Carmen Friday.
Try some of that celebrated
• Henryetta coal, better and
cheaper than Colorado coals, for
| sale by Heidley & Co. phone 50.
Remember that Ira B. Bartle
carries a few trusses in stock and
j that on short notice he can lit
you with the best truss on the
market. For prices call at the
—It the Carmen people will
smoke "The Floto," the best 5
cent cigar on the market, and
I take no other, the Carmen lac-
Oh, de cyclone's com in' frotn east and west.
An' de houses gwin to fall, y win to tall.
An' de lightnin's ftashin" his level best.
Lawd bayc mercy on us all.
Insure, yon sinners,
Night and dav,
Fo' de cyclone's comiu',
To blow you 'way.
< Balance of this song will be given in future issues.
Insure your property with us, we have the best companies and
always give the best service at a minimum cost. We sfill have
representative in St. Louis, whose calling is to preach the gospel
lief Valley. If you want to sell your farm give l,s
an opportunity to advertise it.
FARM LOANS FROM 1 YEAR TO 7,
lowest rates of interest, money paid out immediately, no untied >
Managers Eagle Chief Valley Land & Loan Co.
Emigration Agents Mo. l'ac. R. R.
Refrigerators at Wcntworlhs.
—County Superintendent Coop-
rider attended the graduation ex-
—D. G. Murley went up to
Alva Tuesday o:i political busi-
Iola Portland cement Ruby
Stucco Plaster. Cany's flexible]
tire prosf roofing. T?.ifmen Mil
and Elevator*C >.
Wentwcrth's furniture store
lias some line refrigerators that,
he is selling at 20 p.r ccnt dis-
count, Now is the time to buy.
Wis mi ller & Buxbee disolved
partnership last week, Mr. Buz-
bec retiring, Mr. Wismiller re-
tailing the hardware busir.ess
and Buzbee the auditorium.
- Geo. E Baker, of Ames was
a caller at the News office Satur-
dav and talked over the politi-
cal situation. He is confident of
♦democratic success this year.
— Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Leonhart on Monday, Jul)' 18 a
• line baby girt- Dr. Ira Bar tie in
attendance. Fred says he is
going to gire the young lady a
musical education as she has al-
ready developed a wonderful
voice, while grandpa and grand-
ma Hal^tead nearly live-theve.
tory will soon be one of the larg- crcises here I< riday night.
est in western Oklahoma. J —The Alva base ball team
-Chas. Floyd, of Fairview l,e" Aline Friday. The H.incs
was up to the metropolis Friday. mnc are s,,r-''.v Pla-Vcrs'
He r«.foris their new depot under —The editor of the News en-
construction and that it is suii-j joyed a visit from his mother
lar to the Orient depot here with who arrived last Thursday night
the exception that it has no from Alva returning Friday
tower. night on the Frisco.
Save half your ice bill by buy-
ing a refrigerator of Wentworth.
20 per cent discouut.
Security Stock Food and Flax
Seed meal at Heidley & Co's.
Heidley & Co. have the l est
grades of McAlester coal, either
nut or lump.
— Last week Frank Kragh
bought the Patterson farm thrci
miles northeast of Carmen. He
got a bargain in this property.
20 PER CENT REDUCTION ON CLOTHING
Removal Sals. Lasts Until Julu 25.
July 25 we are going to move into our new building corner Main and Central and until that date we will sell all clothing
at a discount of 20 per cent. All goods marked in plain figures. Straw goods go at half price, SI straw hats £0 cents, 50 ct.
straw hats -'5 cents, 25 Cent straw hits 15 cents.
ja Now is the time to buy your clothes for the Reunion.
I prices never before equalled in this country.
50 PER CENT REDUCTION ON STRAW HATS
r I O INI. <3*. A.
We have a full line of Slater Flannel suits
that we are offering
CASH CLOTHING CO
W. H. SUNDERLAND, Manager.
First Door West of Post Office.
—On Tuesday morning
Albert Solf presented the
office with a fine boquet of
and honeysuckles, which
greatly appreciated. Mrs.
j home is a regular rose g
and during the early part o
I season it surpassed any tliin
i.have seen in tins section.
* ■=> FURNITURE -gr S
Not how cheap, but the cheapest to be
had, quality considered. We keep ev-
et vthing in this line in large quanti-.
tie*, from the very cheapest to the
more costly suites.
CA.RPET ANO UHDERUKIK5 HOUSE
—J. F Nancp the optition of
Cleo was a Carmen visitor Fri-
Stanley Foster was orer from
Dacoma Monday shaking bands
with the boys.
Brooms Best is the best Hour
on the market. We sell it to the
bpst merchants. Carmen Mill
and Elevator Co,
—The D. E. & G. K R. has
made Cherokee tho j reposition j
that they, will go tiiere iur $55,0-^
00 and the citizens of that enter-
prising town assisted b> the
town company are goin«r to rai
1 the money to get it.
—Thank > to II ?nry Sterba the j
j News force ha* been living on
the ton shelf this week Mr. J
I Sterba left ma stick of fine roust-
ling ears last Saturday the first
welfare had this year. Henry:
knows the way to an ul.tors
: heart. through his stomach.
—"Jack" Crockett and "Doo-
lley'' Barrett returned Friday
i night from a twenty day trip to
St. Louis where they saw the
[sights at the worlds fair. Th;
( boys report one c -.ntinual round
'of pleasure, and if w? are to
(judge by their appcarcr.ce when:
ithey arrived home they must
'have had a furious time.
W. T. Bakkktt, Pres. A. II. Geisslek, Vice-Pres.
John M. Gkisslkk, Cashier.
WE APPRECIATE YOUK BUSINESS.
WE CAN FILL YOUR BILL.
We don't carc whether its a b g bill, a little bill rr
vfZ an odd bill, jus: so it's a lumber bil, we can fi 1 it to
JtV vour entire satisfaction. .
^ That means price satisfaction, quality satis!ac-i jr,
ali 'round sati^fac ion.
f CRESCENT LUMBER COMPANY,
$ R. II. McAllister, Resident Manager, Carmen, Okla
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Watrus, P. B. Woods County News. (Carmen, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 21, 1904, newspaper, July 21, 1904; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc235305/m1/1/: accessed October 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.