The Fairland News--Herald. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, February 13, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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* Cock-a-doodle doo!
I may belong to you.
But if Coxey gets
A bid on me,
I know just what he'll do.
He'll buy me, for lie always pa.Vs
the highest market price for all
kinds of poultry, and he'll do it yet,..
♦ t i 'K } H t H i M ♦ ^ t < i f. t + (. i J. t j, ^
Fairland City Mills.
Newly Equipped Throughout.
Manes the Very Best Coi n
Meal and Chops,
Ever Made on Stone Burr?. Does a Gener-
al Exchange Business. Open Every Day
Except Sunday. Satisfaction Guaranted.
A. H. POTTER, Proprietor,
fio jan iaEH59N!
.,. The Cash Store..
Saves you a piece of every dollar, when you buy your
Shoes, Dry Goods, Clothing and
Furnishing Goods of Us.
We are here to please you and to give you your money's worth in every trans-
action. Start the new year right by trading at the Cash Store, where expenses are
light and where profits are less.
J- O. Slieplierci Oo.
The Low Price Cash Store
Fairland Sanitary Bakery
!s the place to so to get good fresh
Bread, Buns, Rolls, Cakes,
Pies and Confections
A Hume Institution for Home People
East Side Main Street
Kexall Cough Syrup at. Moore's j L. D. Long was a Miami visitor
Drug Store. Saturday.
Goto Moore's Drug Store. Frank Weilep, was a Miami
They have what you wans. ' visitor Monday
The editor made a business) See Milbourti at elevator for
trip to Wyandotte. Tuesday. | your choppings.
Rexall Cold Tablets, the kind Get your corn chopped at Mil
that are guaranteed at Moore's
Rev. Moore filled his appoint-
ment at the Christian church
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Summer is Only a
Few Hours Away
You need a vacation' duting'just hs much in Winter
as you do in Summer—perhaps more. A few hours in
'ore of our magnificent nil steel trains will land you in
The Winter Resorts of Florida
The Texas Gulf Coast
In fitter of these Winter playgrounds, yon will find
a balmy, invigorating climate, coupled with hunting,
fishing, surf-bathing, sailing ami a hundred other out-
Drop in and see me. I will be glad to figure out
your trip, and obtain for you some beautifully lllustri-
ied literature descriptive of Florida or the Texas Gulf
Coast, or both.
R« M. Page, Agt.
COL. A. D. STOFFER
22 Years Experience
Inquire' ut this office for Pates
Ed. Penington «.
„ DRAYING and TRANSFER *
♦ Moot all passcng-er tranis on both^
o railroads. IJandlo any light ^
^ freight, exprese, bag-ga^e.
# Headquarters at Fiiught's Store. *
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OR. R. A JOHNSTON
onlce OVer Campbell Brothers Store
Fairland, : : Oklahoma
lU.your home is not only
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a luxury—it is a necessity
It costs but, a trifle and
adds much to the comfort
and convenience of t he gocjtl
wife, mother and sister.
Crushed Corn Chops at Mil-
Stock Food of all kinds at
Moore's Drug Store.
Fred Walker had business .at
j Salina last Wednesday.
| Mrs. Clara Kay visited in Wy
i andotte the fir.ft of the week.
I Telephone Moore's Drug Store.
They will send for your laundry.
The Kebckah lodge had three
applications for membership
last Monday night.
Buy Kexall Stationary The
quality and prices are right.
Moore's Drug Store
Coal Oil that does not smoke.
Recommended for incubators.
Moore's Drug Store.
Next Sunday is regular meet-
ing day at. the .Baptist curch,
Business session at 3 p m.
Just received'a car of Bran,
Mill-run Bran and Cotton Seed
Meal. See me before buying.
Geo. F. Milbonrn.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Boyd west
of town are the proud parents of
a bran new girl .baby.
S, T Lincoln and wife visited
the latter's parents at South-
west City, Mo., last week.
If you want something to
read, go to Moore's Drug Store.
Remember they exchange with
E.Ii. Price and F. L. Warren
has been attending Masonic
Grand Lodge at McAlester this
M. J, Campbell returned from
Hot Springs, Ark., the latter
part of last week, looaing as
robust as ever.
A good poultry food and eyg
producer is that made by the In-
ternational Co., and is for sale
at Ford's. Try it.
The stork visited the home of
Mi', and Mrs. Sam Yeager, west
of town last Saturday, and left
another little son.
We call your attention to the
announcement of the big special
sale of the Fairland Hardware
Co. in this issue. Read it.
Win Pennington arrived back
at Fairland last week from To-
paz. Mb. He occupies the Ma-
hurin property on the south side.
Andrew Simpson has been
appointed official weigher of the
U, S. mails from Monett to Okla
horna City. He will enter upon
his duty next week.
Mrs, D, W. Freeman and Mrs.
W. C..lames were called to'the
home of W W. England on Horse
Creek the first of the week at
the bedside of Mrs, England
who was critically ill.
Mrs. Henry Lefford, who lives
with her husband about three
.miles southeast of town, died
cm Friday of last weftk of pere
timites, after an illness of about
a week. She leaves btyside her
husband, three little children,
the oldest being only eigli.t years
of age. Interment was iaa.de in
the Fairland cemetery Sato rday
Wall Paper! Wall
Texas Red Oats
I have GOO bushel of Texas
Red Oats for sale at my home
35- miles northeast of Fairland,
at 50 cents per bushel,
Geo. F. Brown.—2-27
JUt us put jou in a phoue
It will its way.
United Telephone Compa-
The NewsHerald, $1.P0 vei
uu-ricily in ttd.wnes.
The I. O. 0. F, had a call ses-
sion last Tuesday night for the
purpose of confering degrees,
Two fandidates were given the
A Winter Cough
A stubborn, annoying, deprci'
sing oougli liangs on, racks the
body, weakens the lungs, and often
leads to serious results. The first
dose of Dr King's New Discovery
gives relief. Henry Sanders, of
Cavendish, Vt., was threatened
with consumption, after having
pneumonia. Ho writes: "Dr, King's
New Discovery ought to be in every
family; it is eertainly the host of all
medicines for coughs, colds pj luu>
trouble." Good for children's
Moore's Drug Store.
Big sale begins at Fairland
Hardware Co. tomorrow.
Everything at cost for two
Weeks only at Fairland Hdw. Co.
Cleve Baker left Monday for
Tulsa, to be gone for several
If your liver isn't acting right
try Rocky Mountain Tea. Ford
Frank Riley and wife visited
the formers parents at Pittsburg
Kas., last week.
Miss Sybil Connolly visited
Mrs W. W. England, south of
Afton last Sunday.
Wm. Phebus got back from
Colorado the latter part of last
week, but he didn't grow much
while he was away.
The Odd Fellows will have
work in the first degree tonight.
A number from Afton are ex-
pected to be present.
If you need anything in the
Hardware, Harness or Imple-
memt line, buy it at cost now at
Fairland Hardware Co.
Ott Jones came up Sunday
from Sand Springs on 'business'
peculiar to his social standing.
He returned Wednesday.
Postmaster Flint is sore at the
editor. He won't hardly speak,
tie re's the way it happened:
Last Friday while the cold bliz-
zard was pouring down upon us.
we had a load of coal back up at
our door. Now the post office
side door is right beside ours.
Mr. Flint came out and suggest-
ed that "right there" would be
a good place to unload it, but we
had it all carried inside Now
he just grunts when we meet.
Don't know as we blame him
much though, for the thermome-
ter went to zero that very night.
Hard Wood Lumber
This is to inform the public
that I now have on sale all kinds
of hard wood lumber at my mill
near the railroad bridge on the
west side of Grand River. Long
lengths a specialty.
W. S. Audrain. 1-29
House and Lot for Sale
Four room house and lot on
West Conner Ave., good barn,
and other improvements, lot is
50x140. A bargain for cash if
taken at once. Fred \Valker.
Texas Red Oats
I have 1000 bushels of Texas
Red Oats that are good seed oats,
that I am offjring at 50 cents
Wm. Howell, Oseuma, Okla.
Early Seed Oats
I have a quantity of early seed
oats for sale at my home 3 miles
north of Fairland. Prictf 50
cents per bushel.
W. S. Audrain.
For sale by the peck, bushel or
pound. The surest, best and
most profitable grown, March
and April is the time to sow it.
Fifteen pounds will sow an acre
W. H. LANE. Feed & Hav,
Opposite Court House,
Jim Montgomery loft Sunday
morning for Kansas City to be gone
a few days.
Geo. Payton and wife went to
Mrs. Pearl Jones visited at the
Bnren home Sunday.
Lee Finley of Joplin came in tin
first of the week to visit his fathee,
C'has. Valerius went to Fairland
Lee and Bessie Payton were visit-
ing Gerthey children Sunday.
Maggie and Stella Brewer wert
visiting at the Hill home Sunday.
Johnson Boyd went to Miami
Willie Fouts went to Narcissa
Mrs. Art Chaney visited hi*
sister Mrs, S. F. Chaney Saturday,
Jim Montgomery went to Fair
Mr. Turner went to Fairland
S. II Brewer went to Narcissi
S, F. Chaney went to Ketchum
Italph Montgi mery and Willi#
Fouts attended church at Welcoin*
Mr. Hudson and Mr. Borea
went to the timber Thursday after
How'o This ?
Vire offer Cna Hundred Dollars Re-
gard for any case ol Catarrh that
'januct bo cured ly Hall's Catarrh.
r. J. CIIEX-Y £ CO., Toledo, O.
- o, t o UP;!( irl 1. h.V/o known F. J.
-honey 1 r tue hut J"> years, nnd believe
M l j; • ! r: '>I«• l:i nil business
rim t;' i an ! i: lanclnlly able to carry
i:. y . L>:by his Arm.
:;at:o:;al la:;x o:^ commerce,
ir*.i j ^Tfnrrli Cnro 51 tilccn Internally,
«. ir< !ly up 1 tiio blood and mu-
.ous ^tirfact-3 of t'i • system. Testimonials
-< rjt fre<\ Prlc- c.'iits pir bottlo. Sold
\>y f'U 1 'rusr^l^ts.
Tako Ilttll'y i'amlly PlUa for constipation.
Out of sorts, depressed, pain i®
back—Klectric Bitters reuews yoaf
health and strength. A guaranteed
Liver and Kidney remody. Money
I back if not satisfied It completely
cured Robert Madsen, of West Bur.
jlington, Iowa, who suffered from
virulent liver trouble for eight
months. After four doctors gaye
him up, he took Electric Bitters aud
is now a well man. Get a bottle
today: it will do the same for you.
Keep in the bouse for all liver aud
kidney complaints. Perfectly saf«
and dependable. Its results will
surprise you. 50e and 81.00.- It
F. Bncklen it Co., Philadelphia
and St. Louis.
Two vlctliijs were arraigned
in police ennr* last Monday coughs. Money hack r uol
morning on phin drunk ohnr res. tied. Price 50<- sc'-M
The c'istom ir.v $5.00 -nd trim- Druggists. II. Kb; 1.«Jfc < :o. '
mings \yere taxed against them. I Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Good weights and good measure, shook down, heaped up and
running over is what you get when you trade with
. . . Nation & Dry .. .
The best place in Fairland to buy your
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Newport, John T. The Fairland News--Herald. (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, February 13, 1914, newspaper, February 13, 1914; Fairland, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99657/m1/3/: accessed October 14, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.