Ellis County Republican. (Gage, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1907 Page: 1 of 8

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Ellis County Republican.
Volume II.
GAGS. Ellis County, OK I* A., MARCH 15,1907.
No. 11.
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Furniture
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Lindleum
Mattings
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Implements
It’s winter without but spring within.
busy store is being transformed from the sombre colors of Winter
to the litely hues of Springtime. ✓
This season we’ve gone a step further than ever before, and display a
stock of Spring Merchandise that sor beauty and newness has no superior
in this part of the country and on which we defy competition.
The powerful and persistent purpose that directs every step of this
bu3y store is toward betterment. We invite everyone to come and inspect
the results of our planning, buying and preparing for the biggest season’s
business, 1 ou’ll say with U8 that' it is a revelation in up-to-date merchan-
dising, a great exposition of useful as well as ornamental wearables.
We call your especial attention to the new
Dress goods and dainty wash fabries
in white and colors.
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We can furnish you
anything you want
in an extension ta-
ble. A full line on
hand. All beautiesl
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'Chad. A. Samb
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Here We Are Again!
We have just placed
on our floors a car of
the nicest furniture
ever bro’t to Gage.
Buggies
Wagons
Surries
Runabouts
Harness
Collars
Etc.
Our Kitchen Cabinets
can’t be beat!
We have many oth-
ers. The nicest you
ever saw. Come in
and see them. /
House-cleaning is
near at hand. Come
in and make the se-
lections you need.
[Hendrickson & Son.
With another car of
BUGG/ES
the very latest style, and a car of
Farming Implements,
all of the highest standard goods!
Now, remember, Mr. Farmer, that
your liberal buying of us heretofore
has stimulated the red blood in cur
veins to a ginger heat, and we have
bought freely of all the good things
that you need to make farm life
pleasant and profitable, by your set-
ting your farm up with the very best
makes of farm implements which
you will find at my sanctorium—See?
THE MORRISON LISTERS
Are unexcelled for light draft and first class work.
T HE MORRISON GANG PLOW
Is second to none in its light draft and does the best work with the greatest
ease to both team and operator than any other gang plow on the market.
A Word to the Wise
is Sufficient.
Come take a peep at the finely
built and neatly arranged 6-shov-
el cultivator pictured above. It is
the World’s Best.
Yours for Business,
C. J. MINTON.
PROGRAM
Of Rack Township Sunday School Con-
vention to be Held at Pleasant
Valley School House on
April 7, 1907.
9:00 a. m.—Devotional Exercises,
•T. H. Beiderwell.
Welcome Address. W. II. Porter.
Response, G. C. Allinger.
Song, “Are We Ready,” Congregation.
“The Benefits Derived from the Sun-
day School Convention,”
Rev. L. E. Gower.
Song, Sheldon Sunday School.
Baskkt Dinner.
Devotional Exercises, R. B. Sehleppey.
Sour. Convention.
“The New Class Movement,”
Mrs. I. H. Siddens.
Recitation, Grace Fessler.
“How to Teach Temperance in the
Sunday School,” Open discussion
led by A. Depue.
Song, peasant Ridge Snnday School.
Recitation, Ruth Hill.
Discussion, “Modern Sabbath Break-
ing,” J. H. Gallon.
“How to Keep the Attendance of the
Sunday School,” Rev. A. A. Arm-
strong.
Song, Pleasant Valley Sunday School.
Discussion of Primary Grades,
Rev. J. W. Terrell.
Recitation. Hazel Hall.
Election of Officers.
Song, “God Be With You Till We
Meet Again.”
Closing Prayer, W. S. Augden.
LODGE DIRECTORY.
I• O. O. F.—Wolf Valley Lodge
No. 99 meets every Tuesday night.
R. Gregory, Sec. I. B. Steven, N. G.
REBEKAHS. Sincerity Lodge
No. 9.r> meets 2nd and 4th Saturday
nights in each month. Mildred Rankin,
Lizzie Fowler, Sec. N. G.
M. IV. A. Gage Camp No. 8175
meets 1st and 3d Wednesday nights
in each month. H. B. Hawkins,
H. Buchanan. Clerk. Consul.
R. N. A.—Daisy Camp No. 4632
meets 2d and 4th Wednesday nights
in each month. Lulu Howard,
Maude Hawkins, Rec. Oracle.
C. OF H.—Meets 2nd and 4th
Monday nights in each month.
B. F. Shouse, R. Anna Ackerman, C.
Frank E. Ransdell
A TTOKNEY-AT-LAW
Otiice in Sharp Lumber Office
Bldg. Opposite Post Office,
Gane, - Okla
ZBO Pounds for 7S Cents!
Think of it! You can smoke 280 pounds of meat
with a 75-cent bottle of our
WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE,
and do away with the old expensive smoke hou le.
Every bottle guaranteed at
THE GAGE DRUG CO.,
LARUE'S ARK
Is the best place in town to get
Groceries, Meats, Fine Confections*
Short Order and Restaurant in Connection.
Call up Phone 44 and have your goods delivered to any part of town
free of charge.
John LaRue, Prop’r.
CITY HOTEL,
J. C. FERCHAU, Proprietor.
New Management. Gd ac-
commodations. Good Meals.
TRANSIENT PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
O O ♦ ♦ ♦ O ♦ «♦<»»««
C. C. MYERS,
Short Order, Confections, Cigars.
Anything you want in the eating line cooked to
youp taste on short notice. Prices right. Phone 84.

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Hawkins, H. B. Ellis County Republican. (Gage, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1907, newspaper, March 15, 1907; Gage, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076551/m1/1/ocr/: accessed February 27, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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