The Fairland Herald. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1913 Page: 1 of 4
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The Fairland Herald
Fairland, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, June 20, 1913.
Will Make Auto Tour of The
County With Band and
Next Tuesday is the flay e et
ilor the Fairland Booster trip.
The boosters have been having
«ome trouble getfiing 'enough
-automobiles 'to cany the crowd
ithat wants to go, bu t .i t lis to be,
(hoped that every man who has
■a car will takeiit if possible ito-do
■so. The plan /is to visit all the,
■neighboring towns and dirtnib
<ute advertising matter .for 'Our
•celebration and any 'Other adver-
■tisii.g matter 'that is desired.
"Thislis a voluntary contribution'
••all around, band and all, and we !
can make a striking effect ii the
<auto owners will do theiripart,
•and we think they will. The
iplamits stant ;at6.i!0 shar.p next
Tuesday morning. Several cars,
ihave been proffered, but we need'
Married at Miami.
M.r. and Mrs. R. Q. James of
.Miami, .came over Wednesday
«9v but hold on., a .minute.
We're getting .too fast
Mr. R. Q. James, of Miami,
'formerly of this place, and Miss
-Lula Maxwell of that.city, were
married on Wednesday last at
,ithe home of Me. and Mrs. Wm.
Doty in Miami, Rev. J. R. Car-
michael of ithe Baptist churxh
officiating. Now we have it.
■The newly weds <came over .on
the Gulf, for a little visit with
:$he groom's ,parents, ®r. and
Mrs. Eli James. They .returned
,"the next morningtto Miami, and
will soon go to house keeping in
that city. The brideiis a ..daugh-
ter'Of Es<Goucty Commissioner
.Newt Maxwell, and is.a very
jpopular young lady. The groom
as most all our .readers know, is
aifineyoung man wvth exemplary
ihabits and 1ms a host of (friends
•here who wish ihim a ihappy and
prosperous .life. The Herald
joins in best -wishes and ac-
knowledges a apiece of wadding
•cake and othe.r delicaoes from
.the wedding feast, which was
A Double-Header the Fourth,
Fairland will have a double
header ball .game -on the 4th.
Therfirst game will be called at
2 p.m., and will be between the
locals and the Bernice boys. As
soon as this game is .finished the
Afton team will contest the
Crawford Commedian nine.
These two games will furnish
enough sport of that kind for
one day, and as all o'f these teams
play good ballj it will be
going to see.
Monroe Carter came in the
first of the week. tUe had been
reading the Herald and saw that
we had a big crop of wheat, and
he's here to help thresh it out.
The greatest attraction that
.Fairland has for the 4th of J ulv '
celebration is the perfermances
to be given by Harry Rich, the
man whr .flirts with death.
Prof. Rich was in Fairland a few
weeks ago and .made such a hit
with the people that they secur-
ediliim for tnis big celebration.
His perfoitmances in mid air
air will be .free for everybody.
Three different exhibitions will
be-given. Don't fail to see him
Men quiver, women shriek and
worth ^children cry. tlis acts are mar-
velous. Balloon assensions are
.nothing compared with this dare-
devil. If he keeps up his per-
formances, itiis only a question
of time until he will meet a hor-
rible death. This may be the
last opportunity .you will have to
see him. Don't miss it.
News reached Grove this week
that jacK had been struck .in
large quantities near 'the 'Joe
Alberty farm in'the Denmark
neighborhood, five miles norjh
and west of here. Frank Con-
ner, president of the Bank of
Fairland., Tuesday secured a
lease on the tract where the
mineral was found and-alsoon
much of the land adjoining.
About 150 pounds ef high grade
ore was taken ,to ^Fairland for
samples, Tbe'finfl was made by
.Ira Williams.—Grove News,
The Boat'Show on the. Road to
Exhibit Here one Week
Including July 4,th>
One of the best concessions
that the 4th. of July committee
has secured:is Crawford's Coin-
medians . a ciamiBath tent thea-
tre, .carrying twentyitfive people
and one of rthe bcsi bands aad
orchestrasiin the country.
This show has never been in
(Fairland before. They rarely
ever stop at-«c small a town as
this. 'Ihey are playing Miami
this week to overflowing audi-
ences. They play .Vinita next
week and jnll be in Fairland on
Monday,*1 une;S0, to rejcain un-
til after tho celeb r-ation. The
editor df the Herald, in company
with JoeGreever.of the Greever-
Putinan Lumber Co., went to
Miami last Mxmday, and sa,w
their show aivd heard.their banc
ana. orchestra, and <san truth-
tfully say thafc it is one the elean
est and best shows that we have
ever witnessed. We have seen
and heard.them before, but they
,are better this year than ever,
an,d.,we at once-set to work to se-
cure them forour folks at home,
And we.succeeded. So if you en-
joy .at good, clean drama, that is
void of all profanity and vulgar-
ity, that is stocked with country
people,: (their home is in Butler
Mom) then don't fail to see Craw-
Mat Dawson of Afton was here
Wednesday arranging for a ball
game here on the 4th of July.
iSIeyv .Uniform Nice.
The new uniform for the
.band has arrived, and the boys
are as proud of them as a small
boy in his first pair of boots. The
Jcaps and coats are of navy blue,
,-with gold braid trimmings, and
'.'the pants are white duca, The
boys sav they expect to play
,until they are red imthe face,
and they will.then have the red,
•white and blue well displayed.
The oand will appear in full
/dress at thennejn air concert at
.7.30 o'clock tomorrow evening
A MenrygP^round Too.
The cojnmittee on concessions
for the 4th of .July/celebration,
(lias booked a number of attrac
o tions since our last issue, among
which is a jnapmoth
swing, and several smaller -con-
cessions from J. M.iEileof Arma
(Kas. This if. reported ti) be a
- good swing and will afford the
youngsters all the circular ainus-
ment they desire. So save hp
your dimes bov* and be resady.to
.tride it to death.
.Best bl*oK-oil yt Fold's.
Does your Stove bake, or is
it passed the baking stage?
We are selling the best stove on earth or anywhere else,
and would like to sell you-one, and guarantee it toUbe thedeest
j,you ever caoked on, or we will take it back,
Then/the price, too. is reasonable, We Hori't ask ^o u
"SSO'to S80 for a stove. We will sell you the best we have for
$40, complete with warming closet and roservoir.
Others as low as $15. Call and see them,
Leaders of Low Prices.
/As Othecs QoiH
Atrjoae o'clock sharp Friday
afternoon ten .automobiles load-
ed with - Pryor Creek boosters,
coiijposed ..of ^Prycr .Creek's
most representative eitjzeng,
sweoped down japan .-Vinita • like
the sunshine «'fi*Mn r the -Clouded
sky. 'No.one -k«e>w tihay were in
rtown-nntilfttoey up their
iautotnooiles at?the"Corner of Ill-
inois.and Wdlsec sw^d their band
b^ac to p'.ay. A erowd of busi
ness men aad citizens of the
town soon gathered, thinking
there was,a show in town and
were grately ..surprised to find
forty-five of Pryor's representa-
tive citizens here advertising the
iPryor obautavyiaii, which begins
Friday, Jiunc .27, <and lasts five
The boosters regained here
.aboutan hour awd a half, during
whidvtime'theyifclled the town
with advertising matter, and
the enfcine party <were busy call -
inawi)b>u fci ne s * ceen and extend-
ing special invitations to attenil
th«ir teautaHfi.ua — Vinita Lead
flust about the .time Vinita
people hud bag/iin to think Pryor
Crettk .was about the greatest
boosting town on the map, Chel-
♦ vsad rives up the Mfi.du street of
.Vinita .with a brass band and
seven automobiles, loaded .with
boosters advertising . the same
identi<te,l. ch&utaiquua that Pryor
was boosting. Now w« don .'t
know where togo, but Vinita
people .usually go to whichever
town twnds along the most rail-
road tickets, If they refuse to
do this why not load up every
•auto in Vinita and even though
we come out tlvrd get up one of
our own. We have the brass
band, the best yet, and autos
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Newport, John T. The Fairland Herald. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1913, newspaper, June 20, 1913; Fairland, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99278/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.