The Fairland Herald. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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Machine Oil at Ford's.
Try the Herald Rix weeks for
Refresh .yourself at Moore's
Mrs. J M. Wor was <m Afton
// White Pine Screen JDoors at
duller & Geek's.
Bunk Mathis ot route 2, is a
new Herald reader.
Mound City paint and varnish-
•es at Miller & -Geck $.
The Ford Drug Co., for every
■thing in the Drug .line.
Fine Stationery and Toilet ar-
"ticies at the Ford Brut; Co.
J.L.England, east of town
'was a Vinita visitor. Sunday.
Take your bapy's picture with
a Kodak. Moore's Drug Store.
Albert Mickelberry of Route
&, as a new subscriber for the
Iceoream and 'Cdld drinks of
•all kinds nov; on tap at Fairland
Mrs ti. T. Clmsudin had cal
fling cards printed at.this office
Mr. Edd Russell came in
Tuesday for a few days visit
Wall Paper, .Tapalac, Fix all,
.Floor Wipe and Paintbrushes at
•Moore's Drug Store.
Mr. Edd, and Miss Lucy
Russell were visiting at Cope-
land Switch Tuesday.
Messrs Willis Lofman and
Willis Smith of Miami, were
ailing in Fairland Sunday,
Miss Lisle Dumas had to dis-!
'Continue her normal studies on
auceunt of an attack of-mumps. ■
Mrs. Claude Chandler and
'baby came in Saturday evening I
'from Stroud, to wisit friends
Mrs. S.T. Lincoln eijjoyed a
•visit from her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Smith of Southwest City
■tbedatter part ofdast week.
•Bent Moore of Mor.ette, wos
<in our town Saturday He rung
a big dollar on cur table tor
'twelve .months reading matter.
Charley McCullough was up
iSrotn Horse Creek.last Saturday
to attend Masonic lodge. He en-
rolled for the Herald while in
The Delonzy boys] of Musk-
•ogee-epent Sunday .in Fairland.
There seems 10 be some special
attraction here for some ot our
^neighboring town beys.
Floor wipe at Miller & Geek's.
High grade gasoline at Ford's.
R.Q. .lames was over from Mi-
Harvesting Oil, best quality, at
, Moore's Drug Store.
Drink "Orange Jelup" at
Moore's Drug Store.
On your trip, in your grip, a
can of Rexall Talcum.
See Aiilbourn for your seed
corn, cane seed and cow peas.
A. F. Babb and daughter ware
; passengers via Frisco, Saturday.
Mrs Geo. Rhonemus has been
enjoying a visit from a niece from
Pittsburg this week.
Call for your voting 'ticket
when you make your purchases
I at the .Fairland Drug Co.
Hey, you kiddies! Nice little
chairs and tables to eat ice cream
on at the Fairland Drug Co.
Win. and Miss Eula May, left
: Sunday for Tuttle, Okla., for a
few day's -visit with relatives.
The Fourth of July committee
has had the city nark mowed,
and it will be in a fine shape for
our big celebration.
Rev. Van Zandt writes that hf
will preach at the Baptist church !
next Sunday instead of the next i
tirst Sunday. Members and ali j
interested keep in mind the !
The Hereld man and Joe Greev j
er madg a little pleasure and busi !
ness trip to Miami last Monday j
afternoon and remained until a •
late hour to see and hear Crofford ;
Commedians. The show is a good j
one and the band and orchestra
is one of the best we ever heard.
1 - *
Have just receive another big shipment of
For Men, Women, Boys and Girls
All the Latest Styles in Spring and Summer Dress Shoes.
1 he Best thing out for Good, Durable, Every Day Wear
Wholesale and Retail
Free City Delivery. Out of * 11
Town Orders Receive * $
Miller & Geek
Skinned 'Em Alive.
The local fans went over to
Seneca last Sunday to cross bats
with the team at that place,
Several rooters went along to
help our boys out, and they must
have done a pretty job of rooting,
•for our boys run in 16 score &
to Senecas 8. Our boys are all
light weights, but like the ever
present bed bug, they get there
J. W. Allen of Centrailia, form-
erly of this community, was
over last Saturday shaking hands
with old friends. He called on
the Herald and.had his name
(Plied Warren and son Jack
were up from Todd to visit our
lumberman Warren and family.
^Master Eshmeland Misses Verda
•and Eva accompanied tliern home
for a few day's visit.
J. W Chandler, Walter Brock,
D. W. Freeman, Price and E R.
Hill, taft Saturday evening: for
Ten-e Haute, Ind., to witness
redhibition of road making by
thSpGreenburg Iron 'Company.,
makers of road tools. If pleased
with their tools they will make
some purchases to be used in
road building in this part of the
At Private Sale.
T havetheiollowmg described
rproperty that 1 am offering at
private sale forcash, or on time
when properly -secured: 1 good
work and brood mare, black, .15
hands high, .1-1 years old; 1 good
•drivin" horse, bay, T5 hands high
5 years old; I Studebaker top
buiry, gool as new; 1 Springfield
wigon, 31 inch, good as new; 1
ill in John Deer,; turning plow.
1 tot of double w n'k.'harness. 1
s *T of single driving harness. If
i i need o! anv of any of these,
.sea meat my place o' busiacr.s
Ed \\'a"e .
M r. and Mrs. Pierce Weston
spent feunday at the Perry
Mrs. Bige Chandler and chil-
dren spent Tuesday, with her
mother, Mrs. L. D. Flint.
The farmers in this communi
ty are harvesting this week.
Mrs. Blackwell and daughter
: Rebecca called on Mrs. R. L
Walker Sunday evening.
John Chandler of Wyandotte
spent Sunday with home folks.
Mrs. L. D. Flint visited rela-
tives in Hernice last week.
Edith Wiford and Rebecca
Blackwell called on Opal Flint
Wednesday of last week.
Anna Rose spent Wednesday
.with home folks.
A. A. Wiford. and family
spent Sunday with (>. E. VV i
ford at Ottawa.
The Walkingstick boy of Tah-
lequah is visiting his grand-
motner Mrs. Ben Chandler.
Mrs. Sparkman and children
spent Sunday with Chas. An-
Lillie Moulder called on Opal
Flint one evening last week.
Edith and Wilmoth Wiford
spent Tuesday with their grand
, mother Mrs. M. L. Bridenstine,
Mrs. Robinson called on Mrs.
"M. L- Bridenstine and wife
called at the Brown li6me lust
Vera and Clara Mttlotte spent
Sunday with Edith Oswalt.
Emmerson McCray and Theo
Oswalt were out diivmg Sun-
There was a good crowd' out '
t> Sunday school last Sunday. '
Eld. Conner will fill his reg-i'ar ,
appointment at Ogeechee sehni
house Sunday at .11 o'clock.
Fvery body come.
Another June Wedding,
There were two souls in Fair
jil md who had no consciencious
sJruples about the number
t urteen or Friday being an un-
lucky day. Last. Friday the 13th
d ly of June, before the sttn was
very high in the sky, Mr, B°n-
jimine Harrison, and MissOra
Wallen, appeared at the home of
|'j istice Testerman with a mar-
riage licence, and expressed a
desire to have the ceremony ex-
e :uted at once, if the "squire"
w is inclined to be superstitious,
■t le thought of a fee over came
the fear, and he promptly made
tliem husband and wife. They at
o ice drove to the home of Rolph
Rutledge south of town, where
the groom makes his home, and'
he was soon in the field at work
NEW MEAT MARKET
Ihis is to inform my old friends and customers that I have
opened a new MEAT MARKET in Fairland, and will
be glad to have the public call on me when in
need of anything in my line. Located
1st door West of Bank of Fairland.
L W. TESTERMAN.
as though nothing had happened.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Wallen, of this
place, and the groom is a son of
Mrs. T. N. Faught, The couple
is young, healthy and ambitious,
and there is no reason why they
should not be happy and pros-
The Herald joins their many
friends in best wishes.
L. D. Long has bought the Sam
May barber shop and has moved
it into the basement of the Galle-
rnorc building on the corner of
Main and Conner. It'is a nice
placa for a shop and will have
four chairs and other modern
conveniences. Don t mistake
Lem i or a bartender when you
see hitn with a big white apron
on, if,he happens toiput one en.
Fourth of July!
The Glorious Fourth
Will be here almost before we know it, and if you mean to do any "dressing
•up," you had better get busy, for the nicest things are going fast. We have
almost anything you want now, but we may not have a week from now.
Remember you have
Only Two Weeks Now
in-which .to get ready for that great day, when everyboby will be out in
their best. We make Dressing a Specialty, for both Ladies and Gentleman,
from head to foot, and guarantee both goods and prices to suit you.
J. C. SHEPHERD 01 CO.
The Low Price Cash Store.
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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/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.