The Earlsboro Messenger. (Earlsboro, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 6, 1913 Page: 1 of 6
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Published Weekly. $1.00 per year, Six-MonthsSO <lent*.
Vol, 1—No. 33.
Earlsboro, PoLawatoniie County, O Idaho mi.
Entered at the Earlsboro l’ost-Office as second class mail matter.
Feb. 6, 1913.
THE BANK Q? EARIBORO
Surplus and Pretits . .. 7,.0i oo
DIRECTORS: Willard Johnston, C. M Cade,
J C. Lillard, R. R. Hendon, H. A- Oolen.
Banking in all its branches. We solicit your
A NEW SUPPLY
« m I a * V/ pav regular retail prices for goods
yif |“Ki Y when you can get them from me
for less? The proposition is up to you, and i! >ou
don't spend the cash where you get the most goods
for it, you are working against your best interest.
I am closing out my stock to quit business anu can
afford to sell cheaper than others. _■___
of Nyal’s Family Remedies just received. You
know just what you are taking into your syst-
em when you take a bottle of these medicines.
Ask who prepares these remedies. They are
not patent medicines. Start the New \ ear
right, and resolve to have the best. Don t be
faked On advertised dOpe. Absolutely the best
is fOuml in Nyal’s, Or yOur niQncy back.
DAY’S DRUG S i ORE
Mi AWFUL WASTE OF MONEY
U is certainly scandalous to sec expensive ma-
chinery, tools, and vehicles standing around in
fields and barnyards. Mr. Farmer, you certainly
must know that it is on “an awful waste of money”
because roi and rust will ruin any machine quickly.
Cams now, why wait longer? You nsecl sheds.
We sail the lumber, tbs cast cf which for a shad
is but a trifla compared to tho waste cn your ma-
ciiinory and tools. Build now.
E. S. Billmgton, Lumber Dealer.
Twice in Succession Earlsboro High School
Wins Out Over Seminole in Debate.
El Reno’s Best Flour cv- 7 Bara B. W. soap for 25c
cry sack guaranteed per Irish potatos per du. £ Oc
48 lb sack__________1.10j Matches per box -3c
Dewey’s Best, one of the Best tooth picks, box 3c
best second grades, per 30c DiamondC Coffee 26
43 lb sack-.-. _____1.05;Good25c coffee for 22c
Granulated Sugar,as good Soda Crax, per lb----7c ___
as -mv one sells, 18 lbs 10c Can snufi -------»c ,
r ... _________1.00 25c Glass snuff-----^ Victory was again carried.j Seminole was represented
____J________Lff hy the Earlsboro High Eorrest Helm, Ccoy Malme.
Everything elsemstoC, as cheap or cheaperia students in a »«£« Albert Wht.es, ^three.
proportion as ^ hud undergo e^devah^
** ‘‘ hs, Friday night. training for that debate.
About two months ago the C. <i. Cutlip, an stormy
Semino’e Highs met with a of Wewoka, was cnanuaii.
We make loans on Seminole County Lands. 1 • ; d f t ;it the hands of Hons. County 1 udge A. s;
4 • H B. SKAKS, 1 Ae EuHsboro Higlts in Earls- Morrell, E. W. Whitney, rad
„„„„» ’ . . . .<**«. I :bo,o,=..d the Seminele Highs! W. F. Cooper attorneys of
r , L i firri,.-ed out that when j Wewoka, were the judges.
Abstracts iosm-ami' 5 ' t TM---- Highs www! Hiss Lucy Popoou, of Scm-
come to Seminole they uould: iuoie, and Editor PS.W,
[recie lhcin Qut; but, contrary of Earlsboro, a ere ttackcep-
A HANDSOME 8 PIECE $3.60
« P 1
GIVEN FOR $25.00 IH CASH i HADE
We have decided to handle a bet-
ter and larger line of goods this veai
than ever before. Our stock is com-
plete in the following mentioned:
Cook & Heating Stoves, Wall and
Building Paper, Glass, Paints, 6c Oil
Horse Collars & Harness, P& O Im-
plements, and Hardware of all de-
scriptions. Yours for business,
WILSON HDW. CO.
ranriLii, 1 PRl'"
The best by test,
Do like the rest, ,
Buy a pur of ti.e best.
For sale by
L L. GILLIAM
to their expectations, theyjers. , f ..
were snowed under badly by j It must be said that the
the Earlsboro Highs, and that Seminole High School is do- j
n-Vht will go down as a sad mg excellent work, and that ■ '
At in Seminole's scliool! its principal, Mr Sturgeon,
is an uutirmg worker wlio a -
From an eavlv hour the! ways and ever looks after the
Seminole people poured into best cutcrests of the school,
their magnificent school and- leaving no opportunity slip to (
itorium to near the contest make Ins school one of the
: between the two schools, and best in the state. I
everybody in Seminole was, . The Seminole debaters did j
confident that their side would j excellently, and them argu- j
wh, and great was the dis-;ments were well taken by the,
appointment when a uuanim- j Earlsboro people and stuc.enb ;
cits decision was handed down who had gone to Seminole to j
bv the judges in favor of the hear the debate, ^'n^!
Earlsboro Hislis. The voices! wishes to the Seminole Highs
of that magnificent throng of the Earlsboro Highs triumph-;
men women, and fliidren j antly carried home with them ,
that had gathered there for the laurels of victory.
the festive occasion were sil- ---
cut when the chairman lead, , ,
the decision of the judges Tilt 1 ,OV. 1-OSS ClllrOVt,
Earlsboro Highs jubilantly Ownership.
, gave their High School yell. i —
" Only two times has the Seni j Go^mor p0SS( of Massa-
niole school debated \\ U i 1; chiisetts, in bis inaugural ad-
Earlsboro school, am eac 1 ^ talked about govermeutj
time were the Earlsboro pup-, ownership of railroads, and
ils victorious, and that mc‘ms talked well. Here are a few:
that the Earlsboro students of tlie things he said:
will have to seek anothei , railroads of the Un-j
school for their next <.e j> t. ■ gtates are jn ;l sense not ■
The question foi c ^ primarily engaged in public
“Resalved that the Bin « service So much as in private
| Stales Government bhoftld j finandal operations.
|Own and Contiol t.ie wu “If the government owned,
roads.” ; the roads, at whatever price
The Earlsboro Highs LadlaCqUired> the interest rate'
the affirmative side of the wouid be cut in half.
and the Earlsboro “jhecost of all future in-
Groceriest. Dry (iBods, Shoes, etc.
All goods reasonably priced in plain
figures at absolutely one price to all.
Cash soupoiisissued with each pur-
chase regardless of price.
Buy A Pair of
PETERS ELK SOLE WORK SHOES
THE BEST WORK SHOE
IN THE WORLD
FULL DOUSLE TOE
They are cut faom Chrome Glove Stock that
is soft and easy on your feet and made with gen-
uine Fdk Soles that are flexible and wear much
longer than the old style heavy hemlock soles.
We have them in blak and tan. I hey are ideal
light weight Work Shoes.
Read The Earlsboro Messenger, the
question, —-• j ne cusi um» m-
debaters were Miss Bertlui flat}ou would be saved to the j Onlv ftl.00 per Year.
Gilliam, Ernest McFarland, publ’C. The incentive, more-, poUlC paper. - ’ A'_______
and Elbert Swan. [over, to giving rebates, dis---~
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Resch, Francis X. The Earlsboro Messenger. (Earlsboro, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 6, 1913, newspaper, February 6, 1913; Earlsboro, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc859596/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.