The Fairland Herald. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, June 27, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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Machine ©il at Ford'-s.
Try the Herald six weeks for
Flags! Flags! Flags! at Moore's
White Pine Screen .Boors at
F;Miller & Geck'-e.
Wm. Kelley was a'passenger
'west last Monday.
Miss ©ollie Milborn was an
■Afton visitor Monday.
Mound Oity paint and varnish-
•es at MHler & 'Geek's.
Rexall Chill Tonic, guaranteed
■at Moore'e Brag Store.
Ail kinds of celebration requi-
-sites at the Eexall store.
The Ford Drug Co., for every
'thing in the Drug line.
Fine Stationery and Toilet ar-
ticles at the*Ford Drug Go.
Fireworks for the 4th now on
■sale at Moore's Drug Store.
Johnson Falling made a busi-
<nes« trip to Seneca, Tuesday.
JT Icecream and cold drinks of
'all kinds now on tap at Fairland
Shemnan Bradley and wife
•came upifrom Afton, Tuesday,
►to .visit his parents here.
•Fred.Penington of Ked Fork,
"wasirusticating with old chums
there the first of the week.
A new girl baby made its ap-
pearance at the home of John
Ruoin and wife Monday last.
Myron Thornhill has been
acting as chambermaid at Miokel-
■-berry's livery bam this week.
A. L. Mickelbepry, F L. War-
rren and.Elliott Rrcs., all had job
work done at the Herald printery
Jim Miller has discarded his
(razor, strap and mug, and has
■ accepted a position with .Nation
The Baptist people havechang-
<ed their lime of meeting from
the first to the fourth Sunday in
W. P. McCullough and daugh-
iter Miss Lillian, came over fro.n
Miami.lijst Sundry to spend the
•day in Fairland.
John Geins. Mrs. A. K. and
•Mrs. Wm. Goin«, Mis. J. N. Dun-
can and Mrs. Jeft Sunday
•evening for Washington.
Floyd Helm, railway mail clerk
•of Benison, Tex., returned to his
thome Monday, after a brief visit
■with his parents east Of town.
Billy Jones has been absent
ifrorn band practieerbhe past ween
•on account of getting his leg
ihurtdn a run-away, about a week
R. L. Huggirre of Denmark,
was in town la«t Saturday, and
ihad his name enrolled tfor the
■biggest little paper lin Ottawa
It is reported'that considerable
■damage was done 'by the wind
storm at Afton last Monday ev-
ening. Two silos were blown
'down near town
Sherman and M.i«s Freda Mc
■Cubbin came down from Joplin
Sunday to visit the Newport
and other friends. They
erly lived here.
Claude Houk and family, south
•of town, visited at the Newport |
ihome last Sunday. Claude re-
[ports all his crops looking heal-
rthy, including his crop of chinch
Miss Leila Staugh, of ITinita, j
■was here Saturday to meet the
Hickory Grove school board.
:She has been employed to teach
•at that place again the coining
Fred Mflboorn returned from
McAlester the 'latter part of last j
where he had been attending U.
S. court. Fred seys 'the boot
loggers are getting it in the neck
J. T. Chambers came in from
;xas the latter part of last j
iek t© visit home folks a few j
days. Jim's bay window is not
ko prominent since he has been i
railroading, but he still looks
Floor wipe at Miller & Geek's.
High grade gasoline at Ford's.
■Flags for decorating at Moores
Ilutton Laboyteaux went to
White Pine screen Doors at
Miller & Geck,s.
Bring your best girl to Moore's
Drug Store, July 4th.
A trial subscription to the Her-
ald, six weeks for* 10 cte.
A good new piano for sale on
easy terms. Campbell Bros.
Wanted—A good second hand
go cart. Inquire at this office.
Joe Greever is another new
name to go on our books this'
Buy your fireworks before
they are all gone. Moore has
Help boost the celebration by
sending the Herald to some '
Got chills? Get a bottle of
Rexall Chill Tonic, guaranieed at
The rains of this week have j
bee!n of much help to the corn
Miss Bessie Harrison came in j
from Muskogee last Saturday to;
visit ho'me folks.
Quite a number of Fairlanders
have been attending court at the ]
county seat this week.
Miss Alice Wallen returned on ;
Saturday last from a -visit with
friends at Cassville, Mo.
Call for your voting ticket, j
when you make your purchases j
at the Fairjand Drug Co.
Wm. and Miss Eula May re-
turned from their visit to Tuttle, j
Okla., last Sunday evening.
Say Judge, what became of
that cow that was all soup bones?
The Owls got it of course.
Hey, you kiddies! Nice littlel
chairs and tables to eat ice cream :
on at the Fairland Drug Co.
Get yourjob.printing done at | no. 407
the Herald Printery, up stairs in j No. II
Ford building, east side Mainj No. 403
Grandma Lanford came up
from Afton last Saturday to visit
her daughter Mrs. C. A. Ham-
Have just receive another big shipment of
... , _ jpor Men, Women, Boys and Girls.
All,the Latest Styles in Spring and Summer Dress Shoes.
1 he Best thing out for Good, Durable, Every D%v Wear
wm. Castle *
Wholesale and Retail *
4* I ^
Free'City Delivery, Out of +
Town Orders Receive +
. Prompt Attention.
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE
R. M. PAGE, Agent.
Coal for Threshing. See R.
iM. Hale, coal dealer.
R. R. Roberts, the alfalfa and
clover man of Denmark, sent in
his dollar for a year's subscrip-
tion to the Herald.
Frisco Aeent Page and family
are enjoying a visit this week
from his mother and two voun-
ger brothers from Dixon, Tenn.
Miss ffewel Houk came in last
Monday from'Purdy, Mo., where
she had been for some time vis-j
iting her sister Mrs.'Guy Cow-1
W. B. Hillen and W. M. Mar-
shall were in from Hudson creek 1
last Saturday, and reported the
corn prospects fine with very j
few bugs around them.
Our country correspondents
are kindly requested to send in
their copy the first of next week,
as we want to get the paper out!
in time to get a good start at
Ira Thornhill came in last
Saturday 'from Colorado, where,
he had been for two whole
months. He read the Herald
while there, and couldn't stay
away any longer,
Friends here received word
this week that Mrs. EL O. Troyer
of Pe Ell, Wash., was dead and
was buried at that place on the
17th inst. TheTroyers formerly
lived here and were highly re-
Lost Baby Boy
On last Saturday morning ti e
little six months old boy baby dT
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Prier. died,
after an illness of about a week.
It had become very low, but ap-
peared to grow better, but re
lapsed and passed away about 10
o'clock, tits remains were laid
to rest in the city cemetery on
Sunday morning. The Methodist
Sunday school adjourned for the
M. O. & G
Miller & Geek
J. E. HART, Agent.
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♦ Hey Vou Picnicers!
: You Lovers of Nature.
+ When you go on yourjuext outing why not take a
J Wetflttve Some Good Ones and Some Cheep'Ones,
* and all kinds cif KODAK SUPPLIES in our-stock.
+ Headquarters for Fishing Tackle.
The two Drug stores on the
west side now have electric fans
installed for the benefit of their
ice cream customers.
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J. S. MOORE.
Fourth of July!
The Glorious Fourth
Will be here almost before we know it, and if you mean tc do any "dressing
up," you had betler 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.
Femember you have
Only One Week 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 Gentlemen,
from head to foot, and guarantee both goods and prices to suit/you
J. C. SHEPHERD CO.
The Low Price Cash Store.
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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/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.