Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 3, 1907 Page: 1 of 10
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Snyder, Klowe Couity Oklahoma January 3, 1907.
Stands Lika a Stone Wall
Buy your new fence for yeere to come. Get the big, heavy wire*, the
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of steel
that is not too bard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and
superiority, not only in the roil but in the field. Come and see ns and get
Mr. J. A. Sloan and Miss Ina Chai •
ian were marriedTuesBa.v at the homt
f Mr. M. F. Sloan, Rev. C. H. Arm
iron if )>erformin(f the ceremony, h
arge number of relatives and friend*
ere present. The Democrat extend-
Dr. W. G. Woodward left Wedret
ty morning for Hedrick on business
Will Turkic left Thursday morninf.
last week for Stillwater, Oklahoma
here he will attend the Agricultural
College. He will stop off at Lamor'
. few days to visit with relatives.
C'has.'Wilkerson and wifeate Christ*
las dinner with the Waters-Pierce
a/ent at Altus.
Wyat WilkePson is spending the
holidays with his uncle at Gainsville,
Notice to Customers. •
The first of the year is at hand and
ve ask all those having notes and ac- j
ounts past due to make arrangements
o meet them as soon as possible, not
atsr than the 15th as we must have set-
tlement by then. Bealle St Williams.
50 or75bushels of nice large peanuts.
BE. quarter sec. 2, 1 N. It) W.
D. W. Thompson.
FOR RENT—A well improved farm
one mile east of town for grain rent.
100 acres In cultivaf A 00 acres pas-
ture. living water, jd«k corned house,
barn and other ov j
Apply at this o i
H. Tjoan qu
i* Mr. •
cotton buys* J* twring
_______ (•» nej
*0*UH, JCulclde, n wi
p. Atttd between
- V They have s
bottom susd i
•very officer In
«nly reason Bhei
Li Monday for
f ; he baa been
ade this office
y and aubecrib-
»r bimaelf and
.n New Mexico.
L. S. Freelln
tad *f Mr, Cob
Oemeeratle Ca/°W boy who had
• & by a bull dog; all
KL RENO jjoee from the bone
of the 8eeo|
e Sell Goods
, Regard loan of tbo fact we aoid at many goods as SBVENTLEN SALESMAN could posatbly wrap, and oqo or two days we aold aa high aa eighteen
suit* of clothes, still we have not made the room that we want and must have. Consequently
S will remain at the Remarkably low pricea to which they were marked during the holidays. If you need anything in file line it will pay you to see whet
• Bueey haa before you purchase-
* Our Saturday and Monday Specials Will Be Bargains, 6th and 8th of January 1907.
Following is the list of letter* re-
maining unclaimed in this office and
same will be forwarded to the Dead
Letter office .if not called for at the
expiration of two weeks:
Will Adams T. C. Latham
J. F. Willingham James Poor
G. W. Hargrove
J. C. Davis
L, B. Chapman
J. E. Olson
T. A. Trammell
C. W. Roberto
FOR SALE—Four or five good
horses and mares.Joe Oakland.
Allen McCue who ha* been visiting
his son. C. • O. McCue. for the past
week left Tuesday morning for King-
man, Kansas. ,
FOR SALE—Four or fi«e good
horns and mares. Joe Oakland.
Mrs. Leonard ha* aceeptod a posi-
tion In the Texas Store; she hae bald
a position for the past nar with Mil-
tor, Blatn At Cd. "
Mice Della Startup Mra.Celert Gtolor
“ Mlntie Jones “ G.A.Trammell
“ Soldi# Baker “ W.B. Scott
“ Addle Anderson “ Lein Rogers
“ Lettie Russell “ Ousels Penes
Whew eaUing for the above please
say advertised Dee. 11.
A. F. DBM1NO, Postmaster.
fnL J. S. Andereon came la from
■hawaaa Friday; ha says they had aa
interesting meeting of the Territorial
he waa instructed, to. hasp fipsiei ees taiM
W. H. H. Buret Is reported to be
badly hurt, caused by hia bores run-
ning away and throwing him out of
the buggy, breaking two of hit riba
aud bruising him up generally; he to
reported to he Improving.
Dr. Bryoe's stork visited the hoi
of M. B. Davie 8 miles north-west of
Snyder aud left a Am girl for a New
M. V. Vanmeter a real estate dealer
from Mountain View, was a Democrat
B. Bencher has plenty of • per mat
sooty to loan.
Reduction on Stovesl
W*> will 8**11 all Heating
Stoves from now until
the 15th at h ;eduction
of 10 per cent, excepting
Coles Hot Blast.
Special Offei—Gem Oak Heater,
was 1*8.00, now............$6.00fl
Air Tiitlit Heaters, for-
iner price $2-0(1, now......$1.50-
We havq a ood plete line
on tile floor.
Kings Hot Blast, $10 to $15.00|
Excelsior Hot Blast, $8 to 12.50
Fairy Oaks, $0 00 to 14.00
Bachelor Stoves, $4.00 to 6.00*
Take advantage of this
sale- Now will be the
time to buy your cook
stove—big line to select
from. Ask to see our
No 8 New Rancher Steel
Cook Stove, guaranteed
to you,...................$18 25
New SNICK BUILDIN3 MAIN ST
We were liauded a clipping fr-'in Many good people thouglifless-
a Roosevelt paper where it stales ] lv neglect the editor; they don’t
that Snyder fails to pay as much
for grain aud cotton as Ronsewlt
The farmers in the vicinity of
Snyder have a co-operative estab-
lishment - organized to protect
themselves They had a manager
all through the g^aiu season aud
and at auy time the buyers did
not pay aa much as the market
j. 4.fled, be whs to entar the mar-
ket in behalf of the farmers, bor-
der havers paid enoagh to jusiify
all. The unioa gia iu Snyder
base made arrange men to to got
the market report# on cotton so if
any maa sold eottou for leea than
it waa worth, he bud no one to
blame bnt himaelf, as tha figures
wars kept in plain view. Now of
oouree some buyers will boost th >
price to some fellow la a certain
locality merely to attract trade.
We feel aura that farmers ean sell
their farm products for more in
Bayder than any other town aad
ean buy their goods obeapar.
see why a little matter of a dollaa
or so would ainouut to innoli;
many of them giuut about paying
the pitiful snm of one dollar par
year for a paper ;they no doubt see
enough free notices of pieuios,
Sunday school convent!
them several times, net to any
anythiug about the many adver-
tisements of farms to «qut, cheap
gooda, professional cards, railroad
time tables,etc. It is impacted of
tha editor to boost the country,
eritieiee everything that goes
wrong nnd praise everything that
goee right; they forget that it
coats money to hire help and pay
Tax farmers of the aurrouadiag
oouutry realize the advantage of
a good market; that la why they
are making Snyder their trading
Butey Still Selling For Less
CLOTHING, OVERCOATS AND BOY’S, CLOTHING
Saturday and Monday, Jan. 6-8.
ALL Ift 00 Silk Waiuta—up-to-date in every __
ALL tl-50 Kunonaa, made of the beat Flan*
latta. good oolors,........................81.30
ALL Tie Kimonaa* good col ore. splendid
patterns, will be aold for.................. 60c
Wa want to any to oar friends that the GROWTH
•f oar baalBoat surpasses oar moat esagaina
Saturday and Monday. Jan. 6-8.
ALL WOOL pattore In Knit Wool Under-
skirts, 75c valaea.......................... 55c
ALL WOOL Underskirt patterns, 91 value.. 79c
ALL Ladle's and Children’s Cloaks and Jaeketa
will be aold at ramarkably low prloea. Wa have
not tha spaoe to prion tha antra Una.
Saturday and Monday, Jan. 6-7.
ENTIRE atock of Genta Over Shirt* will be sold
at out holiday prloea.
All *8.00 Pants.................................$2.39
All 14.00 Panto.................................$3.49
All .15.00 Panto....... .........................$3.63
Entire line of Sweaters—Men and Boya— will be
•old at holiday prices.
DON'T FORGET that we have the capital to do
aa extensive busineve and aell goods Juetaaobeap
aa any town In Kiowa County. We not only CAN
do it. but do do it.
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Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 3, 1907, newspaper, January 3, 1907; Snyder, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497873/m1/1/: accessed March 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.