The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 10, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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The Curtis Courier.
CURTIS. WOODWARD COUNTY, OKLA.. JUNE Wj*
A small show held ' >rth in
town Monday night.
For a cheap relinquishment.
TOTAL ECLIPSE OF >UN. LOCAL BREVITIES.
Perhaps there arc few who re- j^S3* photo Gallery open every
! as**-coj,,,y ^ “
\.m:su-l i b. h«M on Monday. July 5th. : The sloml3 of Mond., night
v.vv ;tr»n~e phenomen Anyone can bay th. old Good- mllde a whol. lot of fits. but
^^.“oftboa. ***"“* «* not much rtin fell. ^ ___*.
i e««* ^ «- ,m°
Mrs. C. E. Hall of Woodward
wasin this city y eater da v. visit-
c*encg oi loot/. i w# J J
At that time the south was 1 Stark were married at Quinlan |ng 0ld time friends.
. • «___A*__tVw% vn«i. dav lust w^ck. * i»___» a
Ross' Photo Gallery at Quinlan ]_
ojxm every Monday. Fisst-Ciaus
in verty stricken from the rav-, one day last week.
arcs of the Civil War. The slaves C. C. Hoag has taken ci.a* go every i*i'»uuo.».
had not yet fully adjusted them- of the position of receiver of the 1 wor^ aTi(j r;xht prices,
sel vu's to their new conditions of Woodwaid land office. ^ A pk j0,ies anci Mr. Ellington
freedom, being in somewhat of Mrs. Anna Ellis, Mrs. F. E. 0f the Persimmon flats, were in
dared unreliable state. These and Lorry and Miss Anna Lorry re-| this city, Tuesday night ,
the'icnorant whites were sudden-. turned from Tonkawa. Saturday ' h flMU you nothinff t0 sveak
lv thrown into the Utmost ^ con-1 A relinquishment to a fine agoodwordforyour town.co:n-
lusion when darkness enveloped jlom<fneati ” --------‘-----1
The First National Bank
UNITED STATES AND
We an* designated UNLIMITED DenosiUry and Reserve
Bank for Oklahoma State Banks.
We Invite You to Join Our Multitude
of Pleased Customers
iUivu ............... 111 vuaiivj vmi*
the earth at tv onday. There v.a. , ^ secured by calling at this of-
v.icpinz and wailing and pray-1 -
, A /----
in Beaver county can munjty or your neighbor.
L.. 11.*% *■» n ♦ t !i 1 a A^*_ 1 .
Mrs. John Watkins of Wood-
if B. Tl»y believed th»t they were. A tor'thal reliable I yesurday. '
9SS ItaT& j ^Hoover, and Bli l h
wenttowst. cows slowly wend- t Monday is flag day and! 'vife* south of town>la3t Sumiay'! O. H. Wylie, Proprietor,
ed their way home to be: mtiked. ‘ ^ should ‘ be noticed by 1 Mrs. Charles G. Baxter and CURTI
Bats and owls and othe fow - appropri-1 daughter were in Woof ward this •
which fly by night appeared and v j Week. visiting friends ’and rela-,
candles and lamps were lighted ace
v/a.d. visited a few of her many
TRUNK WORK A SPECIALTY.
the dwellings. Wierd stories
were told in strange whispers
around the family gfoups. Old
Sol had completely hidden his
face and wrapped the land in
On June 17th, 1909, a'total
eclipse of the sun is scheduled.
It will be visible in all parts of
the United States except the ex-
treme south. ’The eclipse will be-
gin in this latitude about 6:10 in
the morning and will continue
until after sunset Day will be
turned into night again at early
morning. Peculiar sensations will
steal up and down our spinal
column, and the experience will
be a rare on-one that will never
Since yesterday bleached flour
will not be allowed sold, as
Walter Mansfield of
’’ jgj CURTIS OKLAHOMA* j®
The Curtis ball club had two
practice games during the past Sunday afternoon.
The first one occurred in
Mrs. Harry Stark and children
of Wellington, Kansas, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Stark, southeast of this city.
W. S. Cowgill. Curtis, Okla.,
cries sales and if parties are not
satiffied the work will cost them
nothing. Call at this office for
John C. Trost has been in the
city for the past few days. He
will conduct C. R. Ludwick’s
grain business while the latter is
in New Mexico.
C. R. Ludwick, F. E. Lorry,
E. G. Goodier and wife, P. J.
Vogt and wife and other fans at-
tended the ball game at Quinlan,
this city, last Saturday, when the
Mooreland team came over for a
friendly game. The result was
11 to 12 in favor of the visitors.
The next game occurred at Quin-
lan, Sunday, when the result
was 7 to 14 in favor of the Quin-
lan boys. The Curtis club will
not take these defeats seriously,
for they had no practice this
season. It is expected that Man-
ager George E. Clark,» will put
the boys “through a course of
sprouts” and before the season
ends make these two defeats look
like nothing. If he can get therti
to support their heavy weight
pitcher the results will be easy
for the home team.__
Could Not Be Better.
No one has ever made a salve,
ointment, lotion or balm to com
The premium list of the state
fair to be held in Oklahoma City,
Sept. 29th to Oct. 8th, has been
received at this office, where any-
one who wishes can seethe same.
—Make easy money at home
corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send
stamp for particulars. Empire
Press Syndicate, Middleport, N
Miss Hazel Stark entertained
a number of her friends at her
home, southeast of town, last
Sunday, the occasion being her
seventeenth birthday. Ice cream
and cake was served and a gen-
eral good time wras enjoyed by
Henry Thompson, who pitehes
for the Waynoka ball club, was
in town, Monday night on his
You can get the Kansas City
Star or Human Life, a fine
monthly magazine, by paying $1 (#
| in advance for the Courier. ; §)
The wheat crop in this county jgj)
will turn out much better than
was expected and The harvest
will commence a little later than
Ralph Crowell, Harrf Schae-
fer, Miss Lillian Simmons and
Celia Hunt of Alva visited the
latter’s parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Hunt, last Sunday.
Portraits, Frames, Photo Pil-
low Tops, Beautiful Pictures,
Bromides and Solar Prints. Dea
with maunfacturer direct. Cata-
logue Free. National Portrait Co.
In looking over the various
trade journals, where employers
advertise for help, we notice the
invariable restriction, “booze
and cigarettes barred.” It’s a
pointer to the coming boys o
this generation. No boy who
drinks liquor or smokes cigar-
ettes can obtain any kind of po-
sition where dependable service
is required and fair wages paid.
Drug? &o<i Medicines,!
Druggist Sundries, J
§ Toilet Articles, including Combs Toilet Soaps
@ Chamois Skins Brushes, Perfumes, Sponges, Lie. (g)
Choice Line of Cigars,
a EDISON PHONOGAPHS AND RECORDS, jgj
YES, ASK for WHAT YOU WANT!
*555?-—I HAVE GOT IT.
Groceries, a Confectioneries,
(gWHOTIOIIS, JEWEL*! 6USSWWE.
QueeDSwire kod SUtiootry.
Call and see ray stock and get price. Those that have delt with me hav»
found square dealings, and under this method I expect to build my future
business. Just received, a barrel of Pure Cider Vinegar, guaranteed to pass
all pure food laws. In fact, buy nothing that will not pass that law.
Agent for M. BORN & CO., the Great Chicago Tailors, who guarantee to fit
B ---and please you.--—
A birthday dinner was given
at the home of H. A Gore, south-
west of this city. Sunday, June ^
6th, in honor of Frank Jones and j
Gola Wood. All present had a UJjgJ
fine time. Among those present j |
were: George Gore and family, i ^
James Gore and family, Bertha
m, Monday mgnt on ms james ljutu <uiu
--- DEALER IN-
Corns, Burns, Bruises. Eczema,
Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers. Salt
Rheum. For Sore Eyes. Cold
Sores, Chapped Hands its su-
preme. Infallible for Piles. Only
25c at Dr. L S. Hunt's.
4th of July Celebration
Monday July 5th, 1909.
the Fairview club the day before, zel Pierce, Harvev and
The Fairview club had not been
defeated before this season.
It Keeps Them Off
They are pretty bad this year
-no mistake—and they bite vic-
Frank Jones left lor Missouri.1
Monday evening. j
For Sale 1
just received,*a fine line of Shoes,
Prices and styles to suit.
Several rods of feneingr BOYS’ SUITS AT COST!
-no mistake-ana tney one vie-1 o«v«i-«. ««
iously. We refer to Mosquito??,' styles up to, 60 inches high. 2b i T;-
.. . •• . • r • v ». * : l !V. L nni f am/ia O . t ■An t c
luuaiy. —»------ v * i
but a little Hunt’s L ghtning Oil, inch hog fence 2. cents,
applied to the irritated places wire on bottom.
takes the sting away. It keeps
them off if used in time.
C. E. Bradshaw & Co..
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The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 10, 1909, newspaper, June 10, 1909; Curtis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405479/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.