The Fairland Herald. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, June 27, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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Money to Loan
For a Term of
Five, Seven or Ten Years,
Remember if you borrow from us, there will be no charges
for (he following services!
No charges for examining and appraising the land.
No livery bills or car fare to pay for examiner.
We do not charge $5 for examining your abstract.
You only pay your interest on the First day of March in
each year, thereby letting you get the highest market price for
your farm products.
Now Mr. Farmer, if you are wanting a loan, and want a
square, deal we can give it to you,
The Old Reliable Insurance and Loan Agents.
Office in Ford Building.
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Enteied as second-class matter
April 11, 1913, at the post offlcn at
Fairland, Oklahoma, under the act of i
March 3, 1879.
Published Every Friday Morning
Say you business men and all
others desiring any special ad-
vertising, posters, cards, etc. for
or before the 4th, please get your
copy in as quick as possible, as
will likely be covered up with
that kind of work at the last
UINSCRIPTION $1.00 l'ER YKAR.
Boost or burst.
Two brass bands
Big display of
Fairland, July 4th.
The committee on privilege and
concessions have had to turn
down a lot of applications, as they
say they already have enough
attractions booked to till our
park. They want to reserve
enough room for a few thousand
people. It looks like Fairland
was going to have the biggest
time she ever has had.
Double header ball game, at
Fairland, July 4th.
Harry Rich, the man who flirts
•with death, Fairland, July 4th.
Big steam merry-go-round and
do£ens of other attractions, at
Fairland. July 4th.
Crawford's Commedians. ti e
best show on the road, with the
best band and orchestra, Fair-
land, July 4th.
Those who enjoy tripping the
light fantastic, will have an op-
portunity on the night of the 4th,
as Campbell's Hall has been se-
cured for a fancy ball.
Neither Afton Vinita, Salina,
Strang, Ketchum, Bernice, Wy-
andotte nor Grove, will celebrate
the Fourth tiiis year. Again we
ask, where on earth will we put
The Herald was the tirst to
suggest a celebration. The Her-
ald has not missed an issue but, rediculous,
what we have boosttd and push-
ed the big thing along with all
our might. The Herald is for
Fairland, first, last and all the
If some of our exchanges don't
stop stealing our dope, we're
going to report them to Kate
Banrard or the chaplain of the
stae penitentiary. Hardly a week
passes but what we see a clip-
ping in some paper from the
Herald, and very often they
give no credit at all, and about
as often they credit them to the
Fairland News, The Miami Live
Wire had nearly a column from
the Herald one day last week,
and not a word as to where thej
got it. TheD the Afton Ameri-
can clipped a lengthy article from
our columns and «credited it to
the Fairland News. We don't
want to be peevish or sensitive
but these are happening entirely
too frequent, and we have a per-
fect right to expect the custom-
ary courtesy that we always try
to show our exchanges. We're
not trying to pick a iuss, but—
tote fair boys, tote fair.
Later: Tl\e Live Wire did the
same bloomin' thing again this
week only worse It tried to
use one article as original, and
substituted "Live Wire" for the
Herald, and made one of most
awkward, pieces of
news we ever read. The same
issue contained three of our
brainy (?) editorials withaut a
credit Guess we'll have to have
our dope copyrighted, yet.
EXTRACTS FROM EXCHANGES.
Jim Watson returned Sunday
from a visit with his sister, Mrs.
Box, at Oseuma, Okla.—Seneca
The Sun is against the pro-
posed annex to Ottawa county.
We have a stomach full of the
county seat troubles, too, but
love old Delaware county to much
to see it split—any part of it.—
Rev. Will T. Cummins of this
place has been secured to deliver
the Oration, at Fairland, on the
Fourth of July. Fairland is
quite fortunate in securing as
strong a man as Bro. Cummins.
He delivered the oration here
two years ago and it was con-
sidered an excellent address. He
is always equal to the occasion.
There is a new song going' the
newspaper rounds, ar.d it run-
neth in this wise: "We don't
want to buy at your place, we
won't trade there there any more;
you'll be sorry when you see us
going to some other store. You
can't sell us any stale goods, we
have opened wide our eyes; we
don't want totrade at your store,
'cause you do not advertise.
Miami has announced a three
day's celebration on July 3, 4 &
5. Miami is old enough to know
better than to undertake any-
thing like that when Fairland is
in the ring.—Fairland Herald.
And John had the nerve to ask
us to come over that day.—Live
Yes, and we'll wager ten acres
of geese that Coons will be right
here too, with a whole lot of other
nice Miami people. Yes, come
over J. W., and try the Herald
man a foot race of seventy-five
yards, to see who buys the ham-
bergers. Eh? Are you game?
The Entire Week
Beginning June 30,
25 People 25 People 25
Concert Band and
Under their Own Big Tent
2 Free Concerts Daily 2
Admission 15 & 25 Cents
Reserved Seats 10c Extra
The Crawford Co . had as is
now due them, large and appre-
ciative audiences Monday and
A show like this should have
to have hang out the sign'"stand-
ing room only."
The management of this show
as well as the artists connected
with the same, advertise the
town they giveperformances in,
they only go to live towns. They
bring out the crowds to their
street concerts afternoons and
evenings. All the music lovers
in town and country attend. You
cm see automobiles and buggies
from a distance at both concerts
and the same people attend the
performances, which are not ex- . *
celled in theatres in larger cities, i +
—Miami L:.ve Wire,
NEW MEAT MARKET
This 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.
I. W TESTERMAN.
An etfort is being made to have
the M. O. & G. put on a special
train on July 4th to bring the
crowds from Bernice, Ketchum,
and Strang, to our big celebra-
tion. If the raoye is successful,
■we'll a,U have to stand back and
make more room for the crowds.
Last week the Seneca News
purchased the, Seneca Dispatch.
The News was only twenty three
weeks old, but it proved such a
strong competitor to the ihirty
At Private Sale.
I have the following described
property that I am offering at
private sale for cash, or on time
when properly secured: 1 good
work and brood mare, black, IS j
hands high, 11 years old; 1 good j
driving horse, bay, 15 hands high
5 years old; I Studebaker top
buiry, goo-l as new; 1 Snringfield
wagon, ill inch, good as new; 1
14 in John Deere turning plow.
1 set of double work harness. 1
set of single driving harness. If
year old Dispatch that it was jn need of any of any of these,
thought advisable to let the new I see meat my place of business
paper have the field. We'rearetJat onee.
to lose B>-o. Woodruff.
This has been a featuere week
in Miami because of the daily
street concerts given by Craw
ford;® swell band. It was agenu-
ineand refreshing pleasure to
hear these superb musical artists
twice a day and increasing
crowds, showed their interest
and appreciation at each recur-
ring concert. Taken as a whole J *
it is a splendid- band and every i *
member appeared to be a soloist,
of unusual merit, who could fas
cinate and thrill his hearer.
It was pleasing and refreshing
to heai those talented players, of
afternoons, when the thermome-
ter was frisking around the 100
mark; it made one forget his
troubles, in fact his work. It had
an uplift and an inspiration
about it, that, made for good.—
Miami Record Herald.
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Good bread is what every lady
wants to place before her fam=
ily to eat. We ail know that
no one can make good bread
from poor flour. Many of us
know it's nu trouble to make
good bread if we use
O. B. FLOUR
I If you need coal for thresh'
Fd Wallen ing, see Geo, F. Milfceurn.
The Best Kansas Hard Wheat Flour on the
imrket. We have just unloaded another
car of this famous flour, together with a
Bran and Shorts.
Get our prices before buying.
White & Harper.
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Newport, John T. The Fairland Herald. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, June 27, 1913, newspaper, June 27, 1913; Fairland, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99279/m1/2/: accessed May 27, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.