The Fairland News. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1912 Page: 1 of 4
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Every store in Fairland is represented in the NEWS this week. Where is the town that can beat it?
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FAIRLAND, OTTAWA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1912.
You Risk No Money if You Try
We want every one troubled
with indigestion and dyspepsia
to come to our store and obtain
h box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets. They contain Hismuth^
Subnitrate and Pepsin carefully
combined so as to develop their
greatest power to overcome di-
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are
very pleasant to take. They
tend to sooth the irritable, weak
stomach, to strengthen and in-
vigorate the digestive organs,
to relieve nausea and indiges-
tion, thus promoting nutrition
and bringing about a feeling of
If you give Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets a reasonable trial we
will return your money if you
are not satisfied with the result
Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents
and $1. Remember you can ob-
tain Rexall Remedies only at our
Btore—The Rexall Store.
J. S. Moore.
A Serious Cutting
A stabbing affray was pulled
off down in Sulpher Bend, about
seven miles southeast of town,
last Saturday evening, which is
regarded as a rather serious one.
A crowd of people were return-
ing from Hickory Grove, where
they had been attending a funer-
al, when they eame upon John
Rex and a man named Ash, who
wera under the influence of in-
toxicants. They accosted one
Dug Hampton, so it is claimed,
and a fight ensued and Hamp-
ton used his knife on Rex, stab-
bing him a number of times. Dr.
Edwards was called and dressed
his wounds and pronounced
them quite dangerous. Hamp-
ton came to town and surren-
dered himself to Justice Teste-
man, who placed him under a
$800 bond, which he readily
filled, and he was allowed his lib-
erty. Other parties then swore
to complaints against Rex and
Ash for disturbance and there is
no telling where the matter all
A Regular Blizzard
This community witnessed one j
of the worst blizzards last Tues- j
day of the winter. At about
daylight a drizzling rain began
to fall which soon turned to
snow and was accompanied by a
fierce gale that kept up the
whole day long and all night.
Snow drifted to several feet deep
in places and would have been
about ten inches deep on a level.
One very peculiar and unusual
feature of the storm was that it
was accompanied by much elec-
tricity and the flashes of light-
ning and the roar of thunder
made a very singular phenome.
na. Train service was almost
wholly abandoned for about 48
hours and have not yet got back
to schedule time. Mail several
days late is arriving on trains
from the wrong direction and
everything has been in a iness of
fixes. The storm was general
over five states.
Mrs. S.T. Lincoln was visiting Notice M. W. A.
iu Miami Sunday. Your regular meeting time is
Don't buy a range till you see I Monday n«ht' Feb- 2C" ^Iake
the MAJESTIC at Riley '& Dun-1ifc y°ur but;ine88 to a"end on
can g ! this date as we have officers to
' ... , 'elect. I expect to turn over my
We will have another car of books t(j aucce8gor before the
the famous Kansas Diamond j Marf;h a88fiHsment is due.
i lour next week. Try a sack at Hoott M. Cam vbedl,
Campbell Bros. | Camp Clerk
The Latter Days'meetings had
to close down a part of the week1
on account of the weather. They
will now go on over Sunday.
Dr. J. H. Clark, dentist, is here
aud will remain until further no-
tice, prepared to do all kinds of
dental work. Office over Ford's
drug store. It you need work
now is your opportunity. All
Will Yon Succeed or Fail?
You Are Asking Yourself This Question Eyery Day
Let Us Answer it For You.
Start a Bank Account Today With
CITIZENS STATE BANK
Safety Boxes for Rent.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
No New Railroad News
There are no new developments
i railroad matters since our
last issue. On account of the
whole country being tied up with
the snow storm there is nothing
Unconfirmed reports have it
that Miami is still trying to raise
the necessary amount of money
to secure the road, and the fact
that Mr. Walters was back there
the first of the week lends color
to the report.
The News endeavored to get
some reliable information over
the long distance telephone yes-
terday evening, but our efforts
were futile. Mr. Walters had
gone to Kansas City, and nojone
else seemed to know anything
about the matter. Owing to the
general tie-up all over the coun-
try we could hardly expect much
developments, and we go to
press without anything new to
Baptist Church Notes.
Fifty new song books. Now
for some good singing.
New scholars are being en-
rolled every Sunday here ot late.
Preaching next Sunday morn-
ing aud evening as usual.
Rev. Wiley writes that the
Missionary Conference to be held
here next week, was brought here
as a special favor to this church
and with the hope that it will be
of much help to the church, and
that tliey desire thatevery mem-
ber attend every service. They
want us to drop everything on
Thursday and Friday, cooking
and everything else, and come
Lt may be years before we have
another opportunity like this.
Ottawa Democrats for Clark
The Ottawa County Demo-
cratic convention met in Miami
last Saturday and selected dele-
gates to the State Convention
at Oklahoma City. The follow-
ing named persons were chosen:
M. E. Dothot, E C. Weilep, M. C.
Eoulkenberry, Ed Ballard, l'\ M.
Reed, Jr., Frank Gaines aud J.
K. Moore. The delegates were
instructed to vote for Clark for
Fairland Republicans for Taft
The republican precinct; con-
vention was held in Fairland on
Tuesday night last and on ac-
count of the snow storm was not
very largely attended. Enough,
however, was present to do busi-
uess, and the house was called to
order by Precinct Committeeman
J. B. Thoruhill. T. M. Elliott
was chosen secretary and the
following delegates were elected
to the county convention at
Miami: J. M. Bartmess, J. M.
Weir, L. D. Long, T. M. Elliott,
Thos. Long and Roy Thornhill.
Alternates, Fred Milbourn, Jack
Wallen, C. L. Jones, Fred Pen-
nington, T. N. Faught oud J. V.
Wallen. The meetiug instructed
for Taft delegations to the state
and congressional conventions.
Two Brick Buildings Started.
Excavating started this week
on two more new brick business
houses in Fairland. One is being
erected by J. M. Weir on the east
side of Main street on one of the
Ford lots and is to be a L'5 foot
front and GO feet deep, one story.
The building will be used for
postoffice when completed.
The other is being built by M.
J. Campbell on the north side o!
hie present building and is to be
a 50 foot front and 100 feet
deep, one story, and will be used
as a hardware aud furniture
store room, and be occupied by
You are entitled to the best values
your money will buy. When next
shopping be sure and see my work
and get prices and we feel sure you
will be satisfied with our Black-
smithing and Harness Work. It is
plow time now. Plows, harness and
your tools ot all kinds need repairing.
You are entitled to the best value
your money will buy. Be sure and
see me before you buy.
Rev. Frazier went to Tulsa on
Another Business Change.
Another business deal was pull-
ed off in Fairland the latter part
of last week when H. G. Nation
and Frank Riley purchased the
stock of goods of I. S. Stelle, on.
the east side. The stock was in-
voiced at once and the new men
| iu charge bidding for business
I Monday morning. The stock is
to be enlarged and rearranged
aud new goods are already pour-
ing in for the new firm. As soon
as thev get fairly well stocked up
they will have something to say
through the News. Watch for
The Odd Fellows couferred the
second degree on one candidate
last Saturday night aud the
third degree on two.
Are you going to let the stock
eat your crop or are you going
to get some of that wire at
Campbell's and fence some.
O- L. JOKTBS
Baptist Missionary Conference to
be Held at Fairland Feb.
28 to March i, 1912.
Wednesday, Feb. 28
7:30p.m. Sermon by Rev. W. P.
Parker of Vinita.
Thursday, Feb. 29
9:30 a. 111. Opening service led by
the Pastor Re?. M. N. Davis.
10:00 a. ^n. The pastor in missions,
Rev. O. R. Carmiehael, Miami.
II :0D a. m. Sermon by Rev. M. A.
Summers, missionary of Dela-
2 :00 p. m. Pastoral fellowship iu mis-
sionary effort, RevW, O. Leach
2 :30 p. m. The best methods of co-
operation iu missionary effort,
Kev. H. Barney, Vinita.
:00 p 111, Missions in our Sunday
Schools, Roy T. Willis, Miami.
3:30 pm Open conference led by
Dr. J. M.Carroll, president of the
Baptist University, Shawnee.
7 : 30 p m, Sermon by Dr J. M. Car-
Friday, March 1
9:30 a m, Song and prayer service,
10 :00 a in, Associational missions
methods, Rev. Thos. M, Smith,
10 :20, Place in our denominational
work, Rev. W. P. Parker, Vinita.
11:00 a m, Sermon by Rev. W. S.
Wiley, Field Sec'y for Sunday
Scliool Board and young peoples'
work iu Delaware Association.
2:pin, Need of organized women's
work in missions, Rev. Russell
2 :30 p m, How to enlist the largest
number of women in missionary
study and effort, Mrs. M. L,
Nichols, president of Women's
Missionary Society or Delaware
3:30pm, Open conference led by
Rev. M. A. Snmmers.
7 :30 p 111, Address by J. C. Stalcup.
corresponding secretary of state
F. M. OVERLEES
J, M. WILEY,
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Notice—All persons knowing
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PORK & BEANS 25c
Below we quote you a few
Prices in Our Grocery
3 CANS CORN, 25c
3 " HOMINY, 25c
3 " KRAUT, 25c
3 " APPLES, 25c
2 " PEACHES,
3 PKGS. RAISINS, 25c
3 " CURRANTS, 25c
BULK RAISINS, 3 lbs. 25o
DRIED APPLES, 2 lbs. 25c
PRUNES, 2 lbs. 25c
2 CANS RASPBERRIES 25c
3 " BLACKBERRIES 25c
3 " STRAWBERRIES 25c
POTATOES $1.25 per bushel
Remember, these are not
special prices, but are what
we sell them for regular.
J.A. Cherry Merc. Co.
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The Fairland News. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1912, newspaper, February 23, 1912; Fairland, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99515/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.