The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 6, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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The Crowder City Guardian
CROWDER, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911
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The Spirit" of the Day
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What Splendid Clothes He
<3 You may not conaider it important to pass high
muster in feminine eyes. But you force an unconcern
eye even for good fitting, well made clothes are always
made to your personal measure.
«J LEED'S WOOLEN MILLS are the makers of a
well groomed perjonal appearance as his natural ap-
preciation for harmonious dres?.
A $5 fancy ^ — Suits
Wiit cveiy order ol
Leeds Woolen Mills,
to carc for his outward appear-
Ihe man wKo slights his good
Opportunity is open to the man
who is ncatjy dressed. Not that lie
is the tetter man in ever^ ir.sl'snc?—
but that he usually is. It's custom.
The world has found ihat as a
rule the man who has enough personal pride ar.d "gu
ance is equally careful and progressive in other
appearance sligh:; I imself.
You need not be well-to-do to b> wcii dressed. I"or l^nefit you owe recognition
to the really wonderful advancement rr:ade in j cady-for-servic: If ^you could per-
sonally visit the great shops where our ctatkes etc (Go3Jm=.. . uebnan & Co., Cincinnati)
you would marvel at the many forces and nfc.!i;ic; tt.j'r oruVil mc Co their excellence. From
the examination of thousands of fabrics from x/hi.h orr best ar: chosen,, through the
designing, the cuttihg, the tailoring with its rr:r::j Lp :ciJ departments, every detail is
carefully cared for by experts.
It has taken much time, money and effort to perfect such an or'amta'w*. The result is a suit or overcoat you could not have
matched in fabric, style or workmanship a few years Ujo />.- ti*ICS i'S price.
Hence we have something of genuine interest when we irivite you to CAjmine our i.ew Full and Winter stocks just receiveJ.
We assure you of the most actual value at the price yoa wij'n to —jr.J 1 ixrt£r Jtpiy of st^ici anJ taLruk than we believe has
ever before been shown in this community.
J. L. Burba Trading Company
Pittsburg, i'enn., Sept. Ill If
; the public schoolteacher hue the
"come hither" in her eye she
will bt* sin unqualified snccess.as
an instructor and will even get a
husband. This statement was
made by Reed It. Teitrick. the
noted educator, to "J,(;(!() young
and old pedagogues at the Teach
e \s Institute in Carnegie music
"Oh, you kiddo!" shouted the
J.(KM) school inarms in approval
of the philologer's remarks.
"Good morning, teachers," ejac-
ulated Prof. Teitrick, just like a
monologus artist, as he entered
the hall. "(Jood morning" re-
turned the teachers
time on Mr. Teitrick made a hit
with the schoolmarius with his
witty remarks. "(ilad to see
you looking so well, even if the
weather is not of the sort to
cheer you up."
The speaker then branched off
to his subject, and interjiersed
some gcod stories to make his
|x>ints effective, especially the
one about the "come-hither."
N«l a Word of SurJjl
marred lln- i-iill of it neighbor on Mrs.
\\\ I'. S|iuu^li of Manvillo, Wyoming,
who said, "She told an' tluit Dr.
1 Kind's New Lift- ('Ills linil cured lier
of olistiniiti' kidney troulile and iiiude
lier feel like n new woman." Kiih.v
liut sins- reined * foi stoiiiui'li. liver
i and kidney troubles. Oaly i"> cents,
From that | .t S. s. tWell Druir^lo.
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There Is Nothing -Better
Smith Monday for burial.
Selvidge was acquitted
day at his examine trail.
An Ideal Farm.
We had the pleasure last Tues
KILLED AT HANNA
Bob Selvidge Shot and In-
stantly Kills Stiener and
Alex bteiner, a hot 'I and res-
taurant keeper of Hanna was
shot and instantly killed Sunday
evening by Robert Selvidge. a
blacksmith at that [.lice. The
killing riccured at the corner of
A. W. William's meat market.
Its reported that there had
been a Kludge existing between
the two for some time, and Sun-
day Steiner was drinking and re-
newed the trouble and went aft-
er his shot gun. Selvidge armed
himself with a 38-calibre pistol J rtt,M*r* wo paaaed
and had taken hl8 stand behind jHhm:k* but K«od substantial,
the corner of the market. Stein- '_IK"n'V t,,untry houses,
er c ame down the street with | Painted and with «
his gun and ]>eeped ariund the j l)roslH'lous home-like up]>eur
corner ;uul Selvidge tired twice
with the a'njve results. Both!
the man who made him money farm will make anything, in fact
Mon- would necessarily make money they ploughed it up long ago to
for himself. | plant to other crops. Mr. C.iek-
The Dr. lias 12(1 people living ' ,v" ">ado this crop without rain,
on his farm and showed us a I Surely there is something to dry
i grove a beautiful place con farming 1*. bushels of corn to
day of being driven over one of taining about IS acres he has set I the acre against nothing, at least,
j the tlnest farms we ever looked aside and intends to build a nice ! Then his cotton cultivated un-
at. The place we speak of is lo little church house for the bene der the same system is better
catad a miles north of Crowder tit of the Crowder tenants. tilled and will average at least a
and is the probi ty of our While all of the Crowder ten |<|U,irl(>r ,,f 11 bttle u,oru 141 tl,B
townsman, Dr. W. E. Crowder. r„..i ,i acre than cotton on tin
The farm is what we call an ideal
j one in every respect. The soil is
; rich, and in most part the farm
While all of the Crowder ten
ants are farmers above the aver
age we feei like theie is one who
deserves s|H'cial mention for his
methods employed in tilling the
is level and is occupied by the soH |in,| indudn„ I1H,th(M. earth
best farmers in this section hring forth pilyinK tTops
farmers who are producer* ! under the most adverse cireum
and men who h^ve l>r«s|>ered | stances, WP SI„,Hk ,)f
though renters, far ahead of |twkrell who ,nukes fHrminKH
and farms only
most land owners.
We could not help but compare
the dwellings on this farm to
We wish ever farmer in this
section would visit this farm and
. note the difference in the crops
weathei* t ..... „„
on tins farm. There is no bet
farm cultivated in the same old j
It will pay any man who is g<
ing tu s|M'nd his time farming
to go over to the Crowder farm
andhvacMr. Cockrell give him
some |w>ints on dry farming. We!
judge that men who farm, are j
farming for all there is in it and
would like a thorough business
man, employ any means to1
make their labor pay them bet«
iter returns, hence we do not lie-,
itate to say that this gentleman'
tor evidence of the
shots taking effcot and either
was a fatal one.
St ';ner was taken
who is making fanning u life
success | study can tell you something
anything than success and Mr. that would benettt you intellect-
. .. , , , Cockrell'splan of dry farming utually and financially from a
Dr-jfr"ss.o'j-s£ "~i •" -un"'-'i"1' _
consideration. He will main
1," bushels of corn to tin
pi *asures of his tenants
t mt he liked to see them
to Fort 1 tort-able and prusiierous.
When you need a Notary's!
acre services call at the Guardian of-
We handle nothing but the
best in eatables, believing that
the best is none too good for our
customers; and we only ask a
reasonable price for our goods;
ask our many satisfied custo-
mers if this is not so. The best
quality, fair and courteous treat-
ment, quick deliveries and low
prices are some of the reasons
why you should do your Gro-
cery buying at our store. We
handle Flour, Chops and Bran
in car loads and can always
meet competition along these
lines. When in town looking
for Groceries or Feed don't pass
up the Exclusive Grocery you
lose money if you do.
and not another renter on the tice. - A. K. Barrow, Notary.
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Barrow, A. E. The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 6, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1911, newspaper, September 15, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc272993/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.