The Fairland News. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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Spring will soon be here and the Hollow
Log Grocery is here with a full line of
Garden Seeds and Potatoes, consisting
of D. M. Ferry's Seeds, C. C. Mors' Cali-
fornia,.Seeds, Springfield Seed Company
Seeds; and in addition will sell you:
Brooms, each 25c
Stone Jars Churns, per gallon 8 l-3c
2 cans Sweet May Baking Powder 15c
2 cans Rabbit Foot " " 15c
Cherries, per cap, 15c
3 cans V. C. Red Kidney Beans 25c
3 cans Blackberries 25c
3 cans Hominy 25c
3,'cans Strawberries 25c
3 cans Kraut 25c
3 Jars Sweet or Sour Pickles... 25c
3 Jars Mustard 25c ,
3 bottles Mustard 25c
3 cans Apples 25c
3 cans Pie Peaches 25c
3 cans String Beans. — 25c
3 cans < hili Co'ncarne 25c
3 cans 1 hili Powder 25c
3 Jjart Wild Rose Soap 25c
3 bars Sayman'sSoap 25c
3 cans Pumpkin 25c
3 cans Pork and Beans 25c
5 lbs. National Premium Oats... 20c
5 lbs. Paw Nee Oats 25c
3 boxes 1'ost Toasties 25c
3 boxes Paw Nee Oats .. 25c ,
3 boxes Parlor Matches 10c
Lamp Globes 5c
Pineapple, large size 25c
Peaches—California Sunkist, any kind
Yellow Free, Heath Cling, LemonChng,
Lullou Cling, sliced 20c
California. ]<i«a<low Braiid ; 15c
Holland American Waterpeeled 15c
Light House Fluor Cleaner 5c
Pure Honey, 5 lb bucket #1 00
Apple Batter 15c
Tubs, Buckets, Sieves, Strainers and too many other
things to mention.
I handle Polar Bear Flour, Seneca Gold Coin and
Silver Leaf Flour.
Come in and be convinced of the low prices
THOS. N. FAUGHT
|q|[c5ir " iinmiltmilal
i 4 Horses and 4 jacks'
I ; ■ ' iff
I will make the Season of 1912 at my barns in Fairland, Oklahoma, with the following
Jacks and Horses
McCORD, Black Spanish
JOHN SMEDLEY, Mammoth
MUSE DAVIS, Mammoth
S$g ■ JBftl
GAY LAD, Thoroughbred
C HARM AN T, Re«:. Percheron
NIGREAR BLACK "
LEO BROWN, French Coach
My Horses and Jacks are all of the highest class and I hope to. be able to.take care
of my patrons in good,shape this year. See my stock before breeding your mares
TET&IV!S---^en c'°"ars f°r co't when it stands and sucks or when mare is traded or moved from neigh-
borhood. These terms must be strictly adhered to.
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* ^ou w?,nt buy or se" Farms or City |
| ^ Property, secure Loads or Insurance, see $
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I Matarey & Horn
THE LAND MEN f
Rough and Timber Land in Demand J
I FAIRLAND - - OKLAHOMA. |
4 'I* 't'ft ft ftft 'I1 ft ftft ft ft ft ft ft ft* ft ft ft ft g.
The Letters M. 0. G.
Do hoc necessarily mean Missouri, Okla-
homa & Gulf every time. It might just
as well mean My Own Grocery, and that
would remind you of the
Which is now owned and 'operated by
McClendon & Conner, who have recently
overhauled the stock, straightened th njfs .
up, and submit you a few prices to show ,
how they ?ell goods. Here they are:
Federal Corn, 3 cans for 25c
Maryland Chief Tomatoes, 2 cans 25c
Kraut, 3 cans 25c
Peaches, 2 cans for 35c
Hominy, 3 cans for 25c
Oysters, 3 cans for 25c
Mince Meat, 3 cans for 25c
Pork and Beans, 3 cans for 25c
Pumpkin, 3 cans for 1 25c
Pork and Beans, 6 for 25c
Washington Crisp, 3 for 25c
Kellog Corn Flakes, 2 for ....26c
Carnation Preserves, each 25c
Your Trade Solicited and Appreciated
Quick Delivery in Town
The Fairland Grocery
McClendon & Conner, Propr's.
(Too late for last week)
Our Sunday School is progressing
nicely and we are having a good at-
Mr. -and Mrs. Adams and tamily
and Mrs. Angel visited Mr. Adams
near Ottawa Sunday.
Miss Maud Crockett spent Satur-
day and Sunday with Mrs. Wiford.
Mr. Link Whipkey spent Saturday
night with Arthur Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Miss
Lily Mo^der visited Mr. and sirs
Miss Lula Parker visited with home
Miss Eula Brldstine spent a few
hours with miss Edith Wiford Sun-
miss Opal Flint spent Sunday .with
stalk cutters at
Notice to Creditors
In the matter of the ) In County
estate of Jesse Goins, ;• Court
deceased. ) No. 551
To the creditors of Jesse Goins, de-
The creditors of the above named
decedent are hereby notified that the
undersigned was by the county court
of Ottawa county, Oklahoma, ap-
pointed administrator of the estate of
said decedent and that all persons
having claims against die estateof
said decedcnt are required to exhibit
them to the undersigned V. T. Goins,
administrator, with, the necessary
vouchers, at Fairland, Oklahoma,
within four months from the date of
the first publication of this notice, to-
witj -from the Kith day of February,
Dated this 13th day of February,
V. T. Goins, Administrator
Horace B. Durant, Atty. for Adm'r.
1. His Mother's Letter
2. Rescue of the Pioneer's
3. A Ghetto Seamstress
4. Pressing Business — A
Admission. 10 Cents
Col. A. Gr. Bush has been con-
fined to his bed this week,
i Don't buy a range till you see
the MAJESTIC at liiley & Dun-
A. A. lloberts and wife return-
eii Sunday Iroui a visit to North
! Fresh garden seeds at half price
(2 packages lor 5 cents) at .New
Galvanized hog wire fence 2(5
inches liifjjb for only 20c per rod.
You are missing bargains at
Einmert's Variety Store every
day that you stay away.
If you think much of yourjj
horse you will buy one of those E
| Sulky Plows at Campbell's. |
Have.you seep the Oliver and
Goodeuough .Sulk> at the Mew
Hardware. They are the ones
Charley Bode and Ed Lee were
up from Afton Monday to see
how Fairland was progressing.
Bring ou your watches, clocks
and jewelry lor first class work.
All work guaranteed. J. Em-
A. J. Fryatt of Springfield was j
here this weeU to bid on some of
our new bu.ildiugs. He enrolled
for the News.
Say, boys, if you are trying to
ger married get one pi those
buggies tit Campbell's and the
rest w ill be easy.
■ Don't run the risk of burning up your^Meiat |
1 and Smoke House with chips and cobs. I
I- Use Liquid Smokem! |
For sale only by the
FAIRLAND DRUG COMPANY.
Come in and let us explain it to you.
A large lot of new goods re-
ceived at Emmtrt's V'aiiety
Store Come and see our prices;
yon will be surprised;.
Mrs. II. S. Vaughn, returned
Wednesday from Muskogee,
where she had been to visit her
daugbl.tr, Mrs. Gilbert. .
Ytsterda.y was Washington's,
birthday and our schools, banks,
and postoftice and route carriers
were observing it as usual.
A Wireless from Muskogee says
that a baby girl was born to
Mr. and and Mrs. B. H. Gilbert
Feb. 11, weight 8%.pounds.
J. F.-England from three miles
east, walked into town and home
again yesterday, tie reported
the roads impassable for teams
8ucceed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified |
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND i
it is the best medicine ever solo
over a druggist's counter. [
On Good Reliable Merchandise,
and Honest Methods - of Doing
Business, are what we offer to
the people who trade at our store,
While we are waiting for the
arrival of our New Spring Goods,
which will soon beg-in to arrive,
we are making some Special Low
Prices on All Lines, in order to
have as much room as possible
for displaying our New Goods.
If you need anything in our line
be sure and get our prices before
you make your purchases.
Shepherd & Co.
LOW PRICE CASH; STORE.
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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/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.