Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1905 Page: 4 of 10
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Friday July 7th to Saturday July 15th.
Ht tbis time ot £car we fccslrc to clean up on
all lunbs of Summer ($pobs anfc tn
or Per to Po tbte we will make
tbc following cut prices.
\\ e have added about 3000 yards to our stock of Wash Dress Goods -which
we bought ii-om the manufacturer for about half price, so this puts us in a
position to give you a good line of these goods to select from and at
prices beyond competition.
BEST STANDARD SHADE.
101-2c On Time.
Wash Dress (roods.
H1 ,tt' quality cut to tic
12$c* (jutility cut to l*e
lot) quality cut to 1 Ic
20c quality cut to 1 tc
25c quality cut to 16c
;<5c quality cut to 22Ac
to, la, 1)0, <foe quality cut to 85c
10c quality cut to 7c
l-'Ac quality cut to i»c
l.r»c quality cut to 11c
UOc quality cut to 15c
25c quality cut to ll»c
5.‘>c quality cut to 25c
# Ladies Collars.
15c kind cut to He
25c kind cut to IV
55c kind cut to 22c
50c kind cut to 35c
05, 75c kind cut to 40c
25c kind cut to 15c
55c kind cut to 20c
Oh- kind cut to 27c
50c kind cut to 85c
05, 75c kind cut to 45c
XaMce flDuslm 'UnPcrwcar.
25c quality cut
55c c|nality' cut
~>0c quality cut
05c quality cut
75c quality cut
Hoc quality cut
$l.00 quality cut
1 25 quality cut
1.50 vuality cut
2,00 quality cut
2 50 quality cut
XaMce IlUblte WlatetD.
$1.25 waist cut to »5c
1.50 waist cut to 1.15
1.75 waist cut to 1.35
2.00 waist cut to 1,50
2.25 waist cut to 1.75
2.50 waist cut to 1.85
XaWes Strap Slippers.
*1.50 qualities cut to *1.15
2.00 qualities cut to 1.50
2.50 qualities cut to 1.75
CbtlPrcns Strap Slippers.
75c qualities cut to 55c
9°c qualities cut to 70c
*1.00 qualities cut to 80c
1,25 qualities cut to 86c
1.50 qualities cut to *1.10
Ed. Hockaday & Co.
See us before you contract your
threshing coal, and see our coal
also Feeds and Seeds of all
kinds. We can save you money.
Okeene Feed and Seed Store,
At Coal Scales South Main St-
1‘HAKL BL TTONS.
500 doz. 5c pearl button lc doz.
1000 \>b8. 32 in. Ipcvcalcs, all ooot> color ani> Qoob patterns, 5c \>arb,
l^REMEMBER—Only Eight days of this Price
to July 15th. Lay in your remaining hot weather wants while it lasts.
Logan, Snow A»D Co.
Okeene, .... Okla.
The Store with the Right Goods.
THE OKEENE EAGLE.
F. S WYATT, Editor and Prop.
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\i Okeene, Blaine County, Ukla.
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Xpq enp in p|oj e 9jmQo±
Walker & Barrows,
Blacksmiths and Machinists.
j ETlfferS re‘o»CKWn“d
J Ru Dul Cfl. ) Horde Shoeing.
^ ® have a man who speakn German in our employ.
dfoones Ho Xoan.
I have some money which I am willing to
loan at a living rate.^^^^^^
3. <L JTeber.
C. 1>. Boardman,
H. C. Boardman,
Russia seems to think that after
iaeing beaten once more it oan ask
or an armistice with better grace.
There is no rest for the wicked
"©porter. Commencement speeches
«re over just as Fourth of July
Kaiser \\ illiain, on a recent
Sunday, preached a sermon, attend-
'd a horse-race and started for a
ysoht-raoe. \Ve are not the only
,M*ople who understand strenuousity.
Johann I loch, the Chicago big-
amist and wile-murderer has done
•ometbmg for the world. He has
»iven us that exquisitely euphonious
The Empress Dowager of China
•as built for herself a $.>,000,000
siMiih. I be Chinese people would
'•^rard it cheap, even at that price,
i< they could only get the old girl
The partnership heretofore existing
setween A A Fisher and C. W May
: .a disol veil by mutual concent of C. W
Mays heirs. A. A Fisher will collei t
all bills doe the firm and pay all hills
swing by them
A. A FiatiKK.
C. L May.
Now Let Us Be Happy.
There are so many reasons wb v we
should be happy just at the present
There will be no extra session of
Congress, consequently no tariff
Spring chickens are getting ripe
The war between Japan and
Russia serins likely to soon ter-
It is said that an Okeene man
has discovered a ehigger cure.
1 lie deficit is growing less daily
and the crops are in good average
Hie water melon season is rapid-
Failures are decreasing.
The Equitable muddle will soon
clear, and everybody is busy earn-
ing good money so let us be happy.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
1 tching. Blind, Bleeding or Brotrud-
i?f n f,ind money if
I A/l) OINTMENT fail* to cure any
case no matter of bow long standing.in
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, )
Lucas County f M‘
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. .1
Cheney* Co., doing business in the
. City of Toledo, County and State afore-
said. and that said firm will pay the
sum of One hundred dollars for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall s Catarrh
Cure. FRANK S. CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscrilied in
my present, this ftth day of December.
A. D. 18811.
(Seal.) A. W GLEASON.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally. an l acta directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
,, Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall s Family Pills for const ipa
All parties owing the firm of Fisher
* May will please call and settle at
once ss the partnership business must
be streightened up at once.
A. A. Fisher.
We have notioed that truthfu
people never catch the largest fish.
V<At find it easy to get along
when you once start down hill.
Some people are good because
they are economical.
“Love thy neighbor as they self”
well I guess not! If you have a gar-
den and he has chickens.
»■ to II days. First application gives
i.- 11and rest. 50c. If yonr druggist
lmsti t it send 50c in stairijm and it will
1 e forwarded jHist paid by Paris Medi-
• ineCo.. St. Louis Mo.
mu. c husiu-.s „r old e.t«bfl»hed hou». o„r
r»t«lu lk.,. Il.l °V"r s.iktl
Mcleetloa* "f mu.li- at (TT PIUCE8. HtUrr
Els.i*i per w,*rk kx|H-rli-nr<- annnceataiT. I.iii
solid rsfriwtin-* mini red Address. Si-ium K
Wiiolksai.k (,„ ,, ao Wabash Ave Chicago, III *
Saturday morning while removing a
threshing separator from a shed, four
horses lieitig hitched to the rear end,
one of the front wheels struct a p,,st
and the tongue Hew aronnd tonne side,
strickitig Wui. Haworth ai-ross the «b.
dotneti with stub force as to dive hint
through the side of the shed consisting
of 1 inch boards. For a time he was in
a precarious condition, but was able to
la* about at last report.
Re|s»rts show that the wheat in the
vicinity of Okeene will yield ls*tter
than thHt fntheraouth. Harve Hinder
son reports 17 bushels of wheat |a*r
A kiss is something which, onoe
given oannot be taken baok but is
often returned, another definition,
an agreeable two faced aotion.
“You are known by the oompany
you keep”, what about the sheriff.
Au objeot of pity a bald headed
man in fly time.
A good deed forgotten has made
many a tramp.
An optomist is a man who is
happy when he is miserable and
a pessimist one who is miserable
when he is happy.
The contractors claim the Farmers
elevator will be in shape to handle grain
by July 15th. Considerable delay has
been caused by a car of lumber g.-Ming
lost in transit.
B6ardman Land and Loan Co..
Incorporated. Authorized Capital. $100,000.
. . . REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE .
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
DAVID SCHMIDT President.
J. H. SEIBERT, V.-Pres.
H. 8.CONVER8E, Cashier.
®. HAMILTOH, Asst. Cashier.
«/. uAinii, i u», asm. cashiei
The Farmers & Merchants Bank
Capital Stock $10,000. Individual Responsibility $200,000,
_^Genei-al Banking Business Transacted.
DIRECTORS: j * ” S'"“n' b. s
f David Schmidt
O. W. MARtiCARDT, President.
II. N. BOARDMAN, Vice Pres.
C. D. BORADMAN, Cashier.
C.K,BOARDMAN, Asst. Cashier.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OKEENE
No. 6887. *
Capital Stock $26,000. Surplua and Undivided Profit* $7,000.00
Burglar Inauranoe $6,000.
Directors: ^ARgi ahut, C. K. Boardman, C. D. Boardman
| H. N. Boardman, W. C. Boardman.
sxzzrx S35?£SSZ *"' *• “““* “
Special Attention Given to Colleotions.
The Citizens State Bank,
Of Okeene. Okla.
Capital Stock $16,000. Individual Responsibility $100,000
Surplus and Undi. Profit $.1,600. Burglar Insurance $6,000.
Notary in Oftue. mrsttor* j “ -----
W. r. Hort,
T 11. Ortnnsll,
*. h. Orvrny'l
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Wyatt, Frank S. Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1905, newspaper, July 7, 1905; Okeene, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1170978/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.