The Freedom Express. (Freedom, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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The Freedom Express.
Newspaper ^■u.'blielxed. in Northeastern
_Freedom, Oklahoma, Thursday, June 20, 1907.
FR ’ 8 FRIEND.
We have a nice line of shelf Hardware
and we invite your patronage. A few of the
articles carried in stock are Oil cans, granite
ware, tinware, Files, Clevises,singletrees, etc.
The Prices on all our goods are right and
always have been right. We defy competi-
tion. A visit to our store will convince
you of these facts and make a customer of you.
Soft drinks always on hand.
line ol Rummer Cioods
Including Gloves, Hats, Dress Shirts, the
latest cut Over a1 Is, Calicoes Purge Pint of
Pants, Work Shirts and in fact ever -
thing in the line of Drv Goods and Gents
Clothing which can be found in am stoM in
this part of the country.
We have also Just Received Line ol hr sh
Drugs. Groceries, Everything good to eat
always on hand.
Highest Market, Price Paid tor All Farm Produce
_1 carry a General Liue ot
Dry (foods anil Groceries.
East Main St FREEDOM, OKU
KeeeiTed to lata for publication ia»t week.
Another nice wind Sat. night,
t mined a little but didn t do
Chas. Zeigler of Lookout and
Valter Cummins of Winohestei
ailed on Fred Annie one day last
The wind and hail storm laat
3,mday made a scatterment among
he ladies at the Sunday Sohool
oionio in Kanniei’s grove, some of
mem hurrying off home and leav-
ing their dinner baskets.
Mrs. Wolfe of Irene was the
lnoky one to draw the skirt that
was raffled off by 3£rs.L, H. Ward
iu Freedom last Sat. 1 he ladies
pH think that if Charlie fitter had
j. ,od eye sight he would have hit
everj number ou the hoard.
Prof. Jenkins and family will spend
iheir summer vacation on bis farm
north of Freedom. We are very
glad to have them iu our midst.
F. G Aunis and wife entertained
. number of friends Sunday, Mr
and Mrs. Yeariok for dinner at
3:30, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Baxter
M K I. DeGeer, Chas. Mitchell
and last ot all Q. H. Ward and wife
spent the evening.
Walter and Dewey Cummins of
Winchester purchased forty head of
steers from Jim Brown the Brst ot
J. W. Day marketed two loads
■if kaffir corn Tuesday.
There is some things W. W.
Vincent don’t like to see, For par-
ti -ulars see Walt himself.
Another nice ram Tuesday eveu-
ug. Everything booming.
Sam Everett is taking great inter-
est in the ladies lately.
F. GE Aunis sells a sack of sugar
F. G. Annis sells 14 cans of bak-
ed beans tor $ 1,00.
If the new constitution carries
Sam Everett is going to move to
Africa where it is all Republican,
Harry Carter and Miss Mina
Mitchell of Lookout took supper
with Fred Annie and wife Wednes-
Sand evening 0. H. Ward
Freedom crying Murder! Murder!
Help! Help! Fred Annis went to
his rescue and after questioning
him oarefuby for u moment found
he was. out of tobacco. Fred gave
i L \ ____J Urv
Trying to rain again.
Harvest is right at hand.
Dook Reily and Wm, Clifford
U r OL lUUttUGU . i- fcj j lswm- »-»----
him a -hew (lOo worth) and he went to Alva, Monday,
went his way rejoicing. j Jim Culver went away to harvest
Why wasn’t you aM to the picnic? j Tnes'day.
Had a dozen baskets full of goodies, j Will Vanwinkle lost his hat Sft|-
Earl Annis and wife took supper night and diau’t get to go see his
with C. H. Ward the Auctioneer i best girl, Sunday.
Sunday evening. ' ^ T D—*
Fiok up the old f ag and hang it
to the breeze on lane ik The old
flag is 130 years old on that day so
There was a deal motive, death
C. J. Bryson and family visited
Homer Stewart and wife Sunday.
J . F. Doctor and wife and Arthur
Gray and wife dined with the
Editor, Sunday, to see how that
new stove worked he has been tell-
ing us about.
B. M. Curtis and family Sunday-
ed with Fred Meluus and wife.
Miss Edith YuiHe of Alva is
years. Die family and relatives
the dead boy deserve
The Democrats nr- n mg to call
an election. Good! Vote her down
that is hotter. We can’t -l „..d that
kind of a whi r elephant.
You must look over m\ scribble
ing being an old an i feeble man
and somewhat puzz ^d at timeB L
forget, and leave oui some letters
aud geteome iu backwords. But if
you cant read ii just get tbst head
to work F.t.ci you can make it. ,
j ,b» Farkf and Jim Dye are
hauling c^oe seed to day at 45o per
A kvees and John Hackman are
iu the chicken business up to their
eyes. That is where the writer
wouldn’t w ml to !,e, About the
best door -p pet I know of is a
Some people keep about 40 dogs
and oats but no oows, hogs, ohiok-
ena or turkeys, aud wonder why
they cant make any thing. Will
some one please tell them to kill
about 40 doge and put that dog-
feed into hogs and ohiokens?
A. W. B.
There was n destructive, aeatu , Miss uumi
dealing cyclone visited this com- visitiug relatives and friends in
munity last Sunday Uie (Jtn. Die this vicinity.
most heart rendering scene that Laura Moreland is home again
has happened in this country for and Charley still goes south.
,miir, The familv and relatives of (p,y anJ wife visited B. M.
>our Curtis and wife Sunday evening
B >b YuiHe. dess Shreeve and J.
K. Curtis were all in town S»tu -
day alter header repairs.
Sever n *hisvioinity attend-
ed the b-.ll g^me at Fair Valiev
Saturday and Sunday.
James Culver had a runaway
Saturday night or Sonday morning
while turning to bid bis girl good
by in the usual way, hiB horse be-
came frightened and ran away and
tore his buggy to pieces leaving
James to walk home, and lost his
hat- We didn’t learn if the old man
was in the deal or not, it sounds
that way •
Kingman, Ok la.
Items mast reach us aot late*
than Tuesday u.ght to get in that
weeks paper. Sign your name to
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Marsbach
drove to Kin* a this week where she
will take the trun to visit her son at
Salma Kans for a few weeks. She
will also visit other parts of Kans.
before she returns home again.
There was quite a destructive
cvclooe pas-ed near Kingman last
Sand ay about 3 p.m. The twister
formed as near as can be ascertained
near the south west corner of Mr
H artshorns pasture and going north
Archers house and took a few trees
out of his yard and then went over
the hill and in the next canyon about
a mile north east to the Wiseman
place where it got in its deadly
work The n ise was all blown to
pieces and pari of the gyp and con-
crete was thrown every where.
There was six people in the house
at the time of the accident. Milan
Metcalf was killed almost instantly.
Mr J M Metcalf wan bruised up
'considerably also Mr. Wiseman’s
I little boy, Ralph, Bill Province es-
caped with a badly bruised leg.
Oliddie au.l wanda escaped with but
small bruises. It is indeed a miracle
how a one of them escaped with
their lives as there is tons of gyp all
over ihe floor. The furniture was
all torn to pieces and part of the
roof and boards is blown for a mile
up in Kaus. on Cave creek. As far
as known the cyclone raised when
it got near Salt Fork river going
down the Cave creek and smashing
the timber as it w em. Mr. Spragut
found one calf with its back broke
and une cow crippled pretty badly,
' he funeral party started for Alva
Monday mornin ■ where burial ser-
vices will be undue ted and the
body will be lam to rest in the Alva
cemetery. 'This neighborhood ex-
tends sympathy to the parents and
relatives in this hour of sorrow,
Mr. W S. Richardson of Aetna
Ivans, was in Kingman yesterday
looking for scire cane seed. We
understand that he bought a good
lot of Mr. John Park.
Mr Fred Merrihew of Kingman
took several head of fat hogs to the
Kiowa markets last week.
I May has his new house about
completed He says be is going to
batch hut by the way lie is putting
•he finishing touch on. It doesn t
I T,„,k a- though he intended to batch
length of time.
The New Grocery.
We have a Nice, Fresh line ol Groceries ;
Consisting ol flour, Sugar, l.ard, '!'<>«■ CoSee, Meat, Syrup
Soup Beans, Raisins, Spioee, Mince Me.t, all kinds ol ow-
ned good., Oranges, Lemons, Cigars, C.nd.ss snd m fact
Everything Oood to Hut, Cold Drj„k, ,
Your Patronage solicited or in other words
the latch string always hanging out for you
When riding the grub line stop in one door Last ot the PoetoBne .
PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
J. 9. Annis, — Huston A. freedom, 6kla.
SCHAEFER & MEYER,
Money to Loan on Woodward County Land
on as low a rate as any company.
Application can be made at Express Office
or direct with us ai Alva, Okla.
8. P. KRAMER, T H.lHOPKINS. **» «
Avard State Bank,
Capital flock fully Void cdp
' we solicit -gout ETC.aia.eea-
j.ll received r shipment 0‘
meu’s and boys’ felt hats. Aak to
W. W. & S- E. Vincent,
STRAY COW;- I have one red
white speckled cow about 6
’ , . „id, hrended — left side neck
crop and underbit left ear. Owner
can have same by paying for this
notice and pasture bill.
j^kTaMER J. H. HOPtfLS
S P K" HOPKINS^ JOHN J. OEBLACH.
, , n , E. A- Haines* ViceTies
Auton Shafer Presideut.
L. A. Westfall, Cashier.
Solicits; Yo*r Patronage,
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DeGeer, R. I. The Freedom Express. (Freedom, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1907, newspaper, June 20, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc950688/m1/1/: accessed January 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.