The Sayre Headlight, Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 2 Thursday, August 28, 1913 Page: 10 of 10
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COMES HOME FROM OID110 OWL DRUG STORE PIANO CONTEST
Guard the Faiiiijdsalili
Health is often endangered t y unsanitary
cooking utensils. Physicians have found
that cancer is caused by enamel v.
ping off and irritating the stomach.
If you have children or hv--' ’ 1
beware of cheap cooking utcc . Is
scale, peel off, tarnish or rust, pi r
germs lurk in the worn places and there is
further danger of tainting the for '. I !
is too precious to take risks with it.
Be safe. Use
Pure Spun Aluminum
Mrs. Wm. Sitlivan is Now With Rela-
tives Near Sayre.
Mrs, Wm. Sillivan. • formerly
residing near this city, but who
with her husband and family
went to Old Mexico several years
ago* arrived here a few days ago,
and will remain with relatives in
this vicinity until things settle
down in Mexico.'
Mr. Sillivan and two hoys re-
mained in Mexico, in the effort
to take care of and save cattle
owned by them, and which they
would have been compelled to
abandon in order to leave at this
time. Mrs. Sillivan was aided
1 in reaching home by the officials
of the United States govern-
ment, who are endeavoring to
1 get all Americans, who desire to
! leave, out of Mexico.
Standing of the Contestants at Close
of Business Saturday, August 23
No. 2 .576,960 No. 113.670,190
4. .594,615 116.496,285
which are guaranteed for 15 years constant
service and will never spoil food nor endanger
This new ware is featherweight, beautiful, ____r- —
easy to clean—does not tarnish nor rust./yfT^|
The sliglit extra cost is more than made upV;;
by long service and absolute safety.
Look for Trade mark
on Every Piece
The Maltese cioss with the words
Pure Illinois "1892" Aluminum—the
original, insures that you get the genu-
ine. There are imitations, so be sure
this trade mark is on ever}' piece.
The revival meetings closed
last Sunday night with several
conversions, and a great influ-
ence for good,
Wm. Thrasher has traded his
farm here for one in Collins-
! worth county Texas, and intends
to move there this winter,
Mr. and Mrs, F. P. Goodwin
spent Sunday at J. W. Johnson’s i
and report a fine time.
Z. T. Thompson, of the Whit-
sel neighborhood, was the guest
of his brother, Frank Thompson,
; on Sunday last.
A little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thus. Goldsmith was badly burn-
ed om1 day last week.
Broom corn threshing is in
order this week.
67 629 400
For every dollar paid on hook accounts between
the 1st and f Oth of September we will give 5,000
Piano Votes. For accounts paid at any other time
we will give 100 votes for each dollar.
Time is money so don’t over
sleep but buy an alarm clock
from F. W. Holmes.-Adv.
P. R. Sanders has just traded
for a car load of sewing ma-
chines, which will be sold at
prices that are right. 871 adv.
For Sale By
HULLUM HARDWARE CO.
Watch for the date of our Bi^ Demonstration
For ten days more l will con-
E-Z PAYMENT PLAN
REST IT® Cl ESI
Come in and see.
F. W. HOLR/BES
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moran
and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Erwin,
all of Delhi, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morrison the
latter part of last week.
There is considerable sickness
in this neighborhood, and a rain
(is needed to purity the air.
Prayer meeting every Wed-
nesday night at Northland. All
! are invited.
For Rent Two four room
houses on Broadway, two blocks
north of Main street. Finely
fitted up, with electric lights
and city water $10 per month.
One five room house with pantry
and closets, water and electric
lights $15. See W. G. McCoy.
Oscar Caudill is again prepar-
ed to buy your fat cattle or
young steers and pay you the
highest market price for them.
See him before selling. 71<>tfad
Vernon Tucker suffered a bad
accident on Monday. While
riding a horse he was crowded 160 acres, Oi miles of West
against a barb wire fence, cut- Plains. Mo., 100 acres in oulti-
a severe gash in his leg. requir- !,b f<*nml and cross-
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r-> r "t wi II
Attendance at Sunday school smoke house and plenty other
as good, "tit buildings; on phone line and
rural route, all buildings in
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Trunks, Suit Cases
Electric Lamps,Fuse Plugs
JOHN R. LANE
m - <**^*oa, mmwrntmmi
n | . • , . t * ui til l UlilCf (111 liUllfliricb in
e-w.a, meetings are being (irst class repair and painted,
held at the church. well located, a fine place. En-
F. A. By am will ship a car of '•'"‘ihrance $2709.00. ' Price
to Oklahoma city o„ Mon-
n■ prefer cotton farm. This farm
Berlin school will begin next has 4 acres of nice orchard and
I Monday. P!"iitv water, close to school
, . .. . and church, plenty outside I
I Several silos are going up in range forstock.
is vicinity. 160 acres about 9 miles from
Many farmers are cutting tip bo acres in cultivation,
their Indian corn. l,a,?M(*In all fenced
and cross-fenced; good well,
nek* Sam ( audill left Wed- and wind mill, orchard and
nesijay for Texas, to look over grove, schoolhouse on the land,
and he thinks of buying. g™"1 bouse and ham. Will
trade for income property in
New Hope Sa\n .
There was a tart-e crow,I at in'AT l”,”Be"ionv'"e,Ark
;0 , , , . , „ . , all in cultivation;20acresyouner
. 'inoa.\ school las. Sunday, and apple orchard, <i00 peach trees,
much interest manifested. 7 acres old apple orchard, all
Mrs. Wiley and children have beai'ir'g- Three room house, 2
n'turnc(l h™,af,r a w,,Vs
tls*t "1 '' relati v< s near Man- town, on rural route and phone,
1-'uni- 4 mile to graded school. Trade.
Miss Lulu Hastings returned biO acres 5 miles of West
1 home Saturday after spending a ,!lainB* Mo-» 80 acres in cultiva-
ii,< tings, near Elk City. Veil fenced and cross-fenced. A
The lecture at theschool house ft*(,e home. Balance in timher.
on Thursday night last was very £nffArimc'0(\ ,>ric*
u.oii $5,000.00 Good cistern at
' ' ’ f' ’ _ house, plenty stock water, good
outside range for stock.
' Farm for Sale, 160 acres, 140 in cultivation,
inn acre farm, two miles from good fair 5-room house, 2 hams
county seat, one mile to gin and one 15x30, the other 18x30, new
mill, quarter mile To school, granary, good cistern, a good
Four room house, good well and spring, 2 good wells of water,
spring; big family orchard with 40 acres in tame grass, in sight
ail kinds of fruit and berries, of school and church, good or-
Oood barn, cribs and grainery. chard for family use, good
60 acres in cultivation, 40 in neighborhood, fair fences and
hard wood pasture. F’an all be cross-fenced, 18 miles from
cultivated. Is all fenced with West Plains, Mo. A good stock
woven wire hog fence. Is on a farm, encumbrance 1700 00.
telephone line, R. F. D. and an Price $6,400.00. Will trade for
automobile line. All level land a cotton farm. Plenty outside
and no rocks. No niggers in range for stock,
the vicinity. Price $15 per acre M * m iccfi i
with easy terms. No trades.
Adv 828tf H. A. Russell | SAY RE, OKLAHOMA
Hereafter we will give two votes for each cent spent at this
store for REXALL GOODS, any day in the week. Other goods one
vote for each cent.
OWL DRUG STORE
On and after Sept. 1 st
the school books will be for
sale at the Variety Store.
We will also have the
most complete line of School
Supplies ever handled in
THE VfflETK STOIE
BRADY’S OLD STAND
Is where you will at all times find a complete
line of RACKET GOODS and a thousand
and one other articles which you do not
find in other stores, all of which are always
sold so cheap that it makes you feel almost
like finding them.
Come in and look us over and then you will
know where to go when you are in need.
A. A. MILL, Proprietor
Let me make your
Low Rates, Easy Terms, Quick Inspection,
Quick Money, Nine Years’ Experience
Write me today. You need the money and
I want the business.
EUGENE P. GUM
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Seely, Charles J. The Sayre Headlight, Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 2 Thursday, August 28, 1913, newspaper, August 28, 1913; Sayre, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405892/m1/10/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.