The Fairland News (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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FAIRLAND, OTTAWA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 1912
WITH HOLIDAY TRADE
ttntlll Few DaysEa*To<-e Christ-
T he it-All Wanted to<Buy
Advocates Canning Factory
E. It. Hill, who lives about four
miles east of town, was here
SfcijBueines Was Somewhni Slack'Thursday. He is enthusiastic
about the possibilities of a can-
ning factory at this plnee, and
says that if a good one whs put
up here it wouldbe the cause of
hundreds of familes moving into
the vfeinity of the town. He says
with'a satining factory to afford
a market forfomatoesand othe?
products that could be canned1,
families could make good livings'
on a faw acres of landr wliisl*
would insure the building up- of
Severd days during the first)
part of last week were unusually
quiet oues for the time of year
with merchants hew, and it had
begun to look like tilers would
be little Christmas sUoppiHff.
But nellie time (. w shorter,,
trade became brisker, and b,y
Saturday most of the clerks in
dry goods and and clothing
Btores ware kept busy. Monday
nnd Tuesday weie splendid days
Ibr all ttte merchants.
All daug stors report sple-
-did DniM&fss tor the holidays,
and Mr Emrnert, of Emmert's
Variety HtoiVH, reports business-
highly satisfnetery—in fact Shtt
best he has iwr had.
At The Royal
Dick's Fun Show hns bten
the attraction at the I toy a I all
this week aiwi has played to and
pleased good houses each night.
The giving away of a barrel of
groceries Satwrday night bytha
•how people is a unique and
effective way ot stimulating in-
terest) in the attendance.
The Fairland tmnket bait team
played the Miami team Christ-
mas night with a scoie of 12 to
20 in favor of Miami. Consider-
ing the little practice orir boys
have had they made an excellent
Foils a Foul Plot.
J'robablv not in^ the history
of this part of the Stnte has
weather conditions bean more
ideal at Christmas time than
they have '.(ten here this season.
With clear skies, warm d .y« | m:iny presents from the Clirist-
and moonlight ptgiits, ir. seems ma8 trees.
more like one were at some
At The Churches
Appropriate exercists were
held at practically all of the
churches here on Christmas eve
ahd many children*' hearts were
niiiile glad as they recieved the
When a shameful plot exist | tbe holidays.
southern whiter retort during
between liver and bowels to
All stock ltoicfers of the Citizens
State Bank are requested to be
present at the annual meeting on
™iu itoiiij urn uuiiuiuS '*'♦*' January <>, 1913, at its- banking'term. Tliev gently compel right
the country, which must be done , ,, . •' ,! ,
1 ' I house in the town of Fairland, action of stomach, liver and
bowels, and restore your health
and all good feelings. 25c at
W. P. Bowakd„ Cashier.
t • Mil.3r ►
cause distress by refusing to act, | ),aV(j repOI.
take i)r. King's New Life Pills,Lnn v :
sections of the State
ted several incheo of
snow this \ainter, but as yet
and end such abuse at your sys- Bone |mH faJlen he,.^ in
, . ,, . , , , , house m the town of Fairland,
before I'airland can grow much -
.. t , Oklahoma, for tne purpose of
more. Mr. Hill says that there I , « u • .
. 3 , ! electing onficers of the ensuing
louufc ot irood tvbraw. •
is any amount of good straw-
berry land down iti his- neigh-
borhood, and and he believes
that if the proposition to grow
mofe lorries, tomatoes, itc., was
properly taken up nnd ftgkiaSed,
people could be induced to grow
iliem iS some provision was
made t o insure a market foe what
On road south of Fairland, a
Ladies Hut. Ownes can have
same by calling at this Office
nad payingfi>r advertising.
F. F. Tyler, of route two, was
in town today and while here a!-
Woodson's sister in Groove. ' scription list for The News.
Thwe was somen hat of a fa -
By reunion at the home of Mr. j Mr. and Mrs. Dick Woodson
and Mrs.. M. h. Brn'enstine, who spent, Christmas day with Mrs, lowed us to put him on our sub-
lives just nontn of Fairland,
during the Christmas holidays.
The guests were: W. E. linden-
Ktine, of Chicago,, son- M'rs.
Jb F. Hridenstine,.of Greens burg,
Kansas, daghter-in-law; Mrs.
Flora Slonikery little son, anil
daughter,..VIias Tansy; and doe
Xlrby, all of \YeDt> Clt.v, Mo.,
and mia*) lietta Goodmau,. oft
, fairland was fortunate not
to have anyone in destitute cir-
cumstance, and no fnnnds for
thepnorand needy were raised.
If there is a single family here
in destitute circumstances they
the Winter so far has been ex- j have not made their wants
ceedingly mtfd. (known.
To my Customers for their
patronage in the past and trust-
ing that 1 may have a portion
of the same in future, wishiug
every one a men-v Christmas
and prosperous New Year, 1 am i
lOminert's Variety .Store—same
If You Had a Chance
Dr. H. H. Wynne, Oculist'
Speer ilist of tlie Eye, liar,
I5u*e, and Throat, of Oklahoma
City, will tiii professionally in
Fairland, Saturday, January 31,
from !*a. rn. to 12 in. The seien
tilfc appliuutitiMi of Imses (f;l.if-i
es) to the eve receives my al - i
tention. One regular visit eacli |
moMh. Iuqiiireat the office cfij
either physician or drug store.-
U. ' \ ,/
t • --
to make a good deal that required a
sum of money for immediate in-
vestment—could you take it? These
chances are around you every day.
Other men are taking them instead
of you. A small sum deposited regu-
larly in this bank will soon furnish
you with capital to grasp the next
We welcome the small account.
All Sarge depositors began small.
Citizens State Bank
« 1| \CH2\ ll 1
Mr M. 1$. Sparliu of Seneea. j
Mo. spent Tuesday wit h his sis-1
ter, Mrs. E. \V. Gallemore and j
If you want the best
Suit $15.00 will hiay
ask us to show you
Schwab's $15 Special
you will find them the pest ready-to-
wear suits.for men and young men
$15 will buy. The price is itandard in.
every store in America---we are content;
with a legitimate profit.
They are-made of all-waol fabrics anc2
every feature of these suits is guaranteed
—the materials, the trrimmings and the*
making.. The styles are designed to ap-
peal to the young main as well as to the
conservative man, and1 ever^ model is*
Try on one af.these Schwab$1'5 Special
Sifits--you will be pleased' with their
quality, appearance and fit—and re-
member, our gtarantee as well as the
maker's is back of them.
Unles-s you can see these suits you
can havano idea whafc an excellent suit
$15 will buy.
Values of equal merit in Soawab Cbtlies-^t
$18, $20 and
< ••.I, KS OF LOW PRICLS. t
HAS MADE GOOD
w. E. liriileiistine, son os M. L
Bridenstine of thin eitv, in here
tins week from Chicago where he
ih ia the employ of the WelU
Fargo Express Co, He left
here several years aji o determined
to get an education, ntui he
has succeeded.. lt|« attended
school awhile, then taught
awhile and attended again, er.n.,
for several years, and in (she
meantime learned some short-
hand ami typewriting as a kind
of sideline. Then he t®ok a
civil service examination and
recieved an appoint aient to a po-
sition at Manilla, J' I , strvintr in
the islands for three years and
u n til I his health fail-id, Returing
to America, he went, to work in
Chicago and took up more sclioo
work, attendiug nhilit school.
Mr. Brideustine is now an ex-
pert short-hand reporter capa-
ble of holding dowu a eourt re-
porter's job. He w also some
what of a wi/.zard on the type-
writer and is contemplating
court reporting as his future pro-
fession. This young man has
certainly made good. He has ac-
quired a splendid educatihn,and
without drawing on hin father
for funds at auv time. He has
seen a lot tfte wprkl while
rouudiogout his education and
has saved a considerable com-
petence as he has gone along.
U'luitlie Im* done—and he start-
.)d witllOU^ ' V 1IIOII- y —i- iilljple
proof t.hit-' -. / aim: i m .■ jimk:-
couiplisli iMtini, uuy inUiv .ti lite
if he is ambitious and has- the
courage to go ahead.
to our friends and customers:
We to thank you
for your patronage during
the past year and wish you
a happy and prosperous 1918
Yours for a happy New Year.
MOORE'S DRUG STORE
THE REXAI/I, STORE.
l'eirce city Luuudry— Join
We desire to thank our niimy
customers for their liberal patron
a<re dining the past year and; to
extend our heartiest Greetings*
We hope that the New Year may
hrimr vou manv blessiui?s and
We are ^oin^to try hard to
|merit arontmuance of your pat-
ronage in the future.
FAIRLAND DRUG CO
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Lee, Albert Sidney. The Fairland News (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1912, newspaper, December 27, 1912; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99574/m1/1/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.