Eldorado Courier (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BREATJE8T CURE
Round and In Town
Wm*ly Hmppnninm Caught on Um Fly and Ubmr.
aro*f -But We Try To Print tha Fact*.
THROAT, LUN0I AND CHUT
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■xtiyirtm tectrMM tkrmt u4 1«m I
Road Womack's new ad.
Bargains are «U11 on at Worn,
, Mrs. W.
J relatives in Altus.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W
|«pent 8unday in Altus.
. J. H. Austin is confined to his
Ibad with a relapeeof ths mump*!
L,5irt uty ■h®rifT. of
|Altus was here Ant of the week,
C. A. Cavinessmadea business
|*ip to Memphis, TeW TW
Th« •dltor ansa gusst of a
| Gentlemen's Keening" of tho
C. Rams is vMting ehtb- ***•» by Mm
* E. Kerrigan. Tueeday night
at ths Quanah HotsL A lans
Chair husbands Tha
dWne hall about fc» where
groove dominos wars played
until 11JQ, A four eourss
i was served. That
ja* without saying. Tha gen-
_ I U7nan that couldn't enjoy him-
Clyda Cousins left for New with Mrs. Kerrigan
CORNER DRUfl vrnpc
um CITY UAH COMPANY
BARGAIN—One 8-room dwelling; 4
large closets; plastered through-
out; storm care, walled with
brick, cement floor; 160 barrel
oricK, cement floor; 160 barrel
astern, walled with brick; 100 x
300 feet of tend- good outbuild-
ings; located in the best part of
the city; price, $3,000, half cash,
balance on time.
BARGAIN—One 8-room dwelling1 re-
cently finished; plastered through-
- out; block of land; located in de-
sirable part of town; price $2,600.
or house with 10 acres $3,500.
These bamins only to remain a few
days. Write us now!
We have a large list of city property
t®.8el«t from. See us about looking
after the rent of your house. If you
have hones, cattle, wagons, harness,
or farm implements for sale list them
withus and we will do our best to
FARM BARGAIN—160 acres; nine
miles from town; 80 acres in cul-
tivation; two running streams
through place; 80 acres in pas-
ture; two wire fence; good im-
provements; free from all incum-
brances. For a few days listed,
at $2,200. This is a bargain, don't
FARM BARGAIN—14 acres good
land, one mile Quanah, Texas;
trade for good Udorado property'
Write us at once for further particu-
lars in city particulars.
™-.«- nut ior new
MuieoFridcy nleht to file on •
It will pay you to see our bar-
tins. They will be on display
. Robert Blanton, of Ft Worth,
7!! Jrettapday the guest of
I Jeff Wilson.
Outing flannel, 12 1-2 cent
I grade we are selling at 7 1-2
•nts. J. F. Womack.
0. W.Farley and Ed. Mire are
attending the Masonic school of
| instructions at Guthrie.
Deputy Sheriffs Lee Hemphill
I and C. E. Traweek were here
from Altus Wednesday.
J Uncle Mack Dommonick,
old time restaurant man of Al-
tus, was here yesterday.
The Eldorado Real Estate Co.,
can loan money on good farms.
I See us. Courier office. *
Remember we are selling la-
I dies' cloaks and men's overcoats
| at half price. J. F. Womack.
The little baby of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Bell, northeast part
I of town, died Friday evening.
I Born—To Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Powers, Thursday morning, Feb-
ruary 13, 1908, a twelve-pound
Mrs. J. M. Dale departed
Wednesday morning for Guthrie
J to attend the grand lodge of
| Eastern Stars.
C. A. Render, is a new sub-
scriber to the Courier. Caudi-
I us, is one of Eldorado's popular
| young business men.
W. G. Wenger was here Sun-
day from Oklahoma City. He
owned the Buckeye hotel which
was burned Saturday morning.
Our buyer will leave for mar-
ket in a few days. We want to
make room. The bargains offer-
ed are some you can not afford
I to miss.
■ Rev. A. A. Collins, of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church,
was here Sunday from Blair.
He held services at the church
We are cleaning up prepara-
tory for ous spring stock, there-
fore we are offering some rare
bargains. Call at our store and
se them. J. F. Womack.
The Franklyn Comedy Co. has
been playing to large audiences
at the opera house this week.
I The compahy give a clean show,
I all actors being above the aver-
jaga. The musicial section is ex-
. ceedingly good, and the Mfk
face comedian, Frank C. Keith,
j is excellent Every night's per-
j formance is well worth the ad-
taes surrounded by a bevy of
jjjetty women is not a gentleman.
The ladies of tha elub are royal
Next week tha Courieb will
a short story, "How the
_ a Caused the Financial
Crisis." This is a short humor-
ousi story. Week after next we
will commence a story entitled.
Anewsodety has bam organ.
5**,Altus /cunt ladies named
the A. O. A's. Your
dent failed tolsarn
on, but it looks like it _
mn "An? Old Ape," will do.
Jim Brown, colored is languish-
ing in the Fort Worth jail
Sheriff Hensley deputised Brown
couple of negro crimi-
"•I* Ha showed his authority
to the sheriff at Ft Worth who
put him in jail, where he'll re-
main until Sheriff Hensley
•quares the deaL
According to the Daily Demo-
* «f#kT fa dkguiat> *
raUr°ad contractor blew into Al-
tus in January, and tried to
. * a J"*1 merchant out of
$5,000. He claimed to have been
awarded the contract for build-
ing the Wichita Falls and North-
western railroad. The "fakir"
is at large.
James Little, one of
..r rr"MUCnce ■ entitled, one of Altus'
A Sister to a Hero." These Prominent farmers, wasar-
are interesting stories, and are'1*8*®*1 Monday on charge of man-
miflit HraiKlv " a _ ilanohta* T brought
~v wwnaung scones, and are1
made doubly interesting for thei,1,lu«ht«r-
rowon the author is R. Curtice town Albert Corcorn who was
Mills, of route 3, Eldorado. Mr.
Mills is a young farmer of a
genius turn of mind. Ha is an
inventor as weU aa a good writer.
It will pay you to keep up with
these stories, therefore
should subscribe now and get
the first copy.
" " vwwra woo was
offering with pleural pneumonia
from which he died Sunday.
Mr. Little was bound over to the
grand jury in the sum of $1200.
J. H. Whallon, of Salsbury,
Ma, was in Altus tHfa week
purchased the site for an ice
plant, to be operated by a home
capital. Mr. Whallon has gone
to buy the machinery. Altus
trill be able to supply Eldorado
with plenty of frozen water this
The Home Talent people have
returned from Quanah and El-
dorado. They netted $90.
BARGAIN-Two farms; one
five miles of Eldorado, well im-
proved, $2,600; $500 cash; hub
A. K. Collins, of Hugo, is here 2°®® * Purchaser; other
uu ik . ... farm six miles of Eldorado 50
with 15 head of mules which are
for sale. Price range from $225
It seems that the colored popu-
lation of this community is al-
ways in trouble. Friday Amy
White, a young colored girl was
brought in from D. L. Howard's
farm charged with misappropri-
ates in cultivation, $3,000. $800
cask, balance five to ten years
time. This is a bargain and will
only last a few days at this price.
See Eldorado Realestate Co
Yesterday was Lincoln's birth-
Too busy selling Lumber
to write ad. We'll tell you
s. G. ASHBT, Manager
Here’s what’s next.
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Kelly, James E. Eldorado Courier (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1908, newspaper, February 14, 1908; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403118/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.