Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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RUGS, WALL PAPER
h. T. RICHFIELD. Editor & Pnb
I'ifANK H. WYATT, Pkoi'RIrtor
l«r«d at the Oftftefi*. Oklibonn, PocioAi-c
»• second * Ibr* mall matter
Publish kd Wkkki.v,
At 4KUint* Count), Okla.
bUUbCHIHT ION RATtb,
• 100 I'nr V««r, - - In Advance
ADXKKTIxINU II AT Kb.
I oral- ft rent* per IIi.fts pef I Ram.
An MKTir>ia« ItATkM made known on catli n.
Allrha k*»r of A«tv«rtl«M-ni<'iitP mriM (»• ii, the
the olili• ». W»* rie lip ifteriiiNio, A \*r «t«
w ' kindly r«a»Hiibar till*.
Ntkady And .Stick Id Thk Tiit,.
A ni.ii i* good hi it. place, 1ml,
llul not nt the <*t u l i M.iy,
For li •*'* it very long riw- lid,
/Vml never waa wuu thill way.
It'- tlio stay that Mia; t *Mv, > .
And tin- heart Unit m>v-*r huh dit*
A *pur tiny do, with tin- goal in vieiv,
lint rtn.idy’a thn word ».i> I,
Hte.idy..« lint word Unit win-, lml.
Grit and attird) gr.iiu
I' h sticking to it wilt carry yon though
Roll tip yuur al neves ag,iin!
Write it lllOti.
It* ini tin* new ml ol K J KtiHhtin
■1 I . Diuks.u inil Co line t tie < mi
III til i l-oi •,
Have ) mi paid y< m euli.n ijr j. n
lo ihi Fugle i »• 'f
I»• ff «l**llij. ► at (I. • iic J ii uni \ 17
iv< •)•<•') fi ii ii i 11 mii« amt
800000 (Iklalioniai a faili d lo
tiinl S ateliood hi ilieir .looking-
hut are v tiling III take it foi a t ,i
Congress la a ;on hi aeatio i lm
the xl.t.ilioi.d ineaeti'e lax li.io
|io. I poll'll for oie week lo give uj
The Following laws Went Into Effect
1 * the lawn pn-xad In the I a* I
(>k ' <l < ma l> gislati re. which •nok
Ifeel on Jammrt let, life inoet lm
port an l i* that providing lor the in
Npeclion of e. in in* roiml lirtii.r-i .
natei l oi prop let' r\ or irn-le nilit
<'d ei ok and poultry food*, and lm
regulating tne ai'es of tlie ><:im and
'i iiii i'i lrated xionk lm i|., 'I lie loll
I lx Very xtrillgcol in lie provi-lon
and i» lining "ppoeed xgoiu* v a
in: pivaeul lime It) tne iii.uiuf.ic
iirel. ol ellotl pr< diitrla lie root
uni' rMe provieiona.
Iteloie offering xn Ii fer llizer or
I 'Oil 1111 Nile l lie eolllpiui lintli'llae
turn g them mu-t lilt* vt ■ i Ii the ee
re’ ii) ol ilie l> aid ol iigroui ture a
ooj*)'ol a uer1finale Hiking kuovi
ill" lugrndieiil- ol ilm printout*, iln
alial'Hie of eit'o, i In* ii it in 11 r o'
pound* uoii anied in a p ic age and
• lull *talemeir that will mud t>
prnVeii an v linplir- el ns i loot* It •
lug offered for *. tie. Kaoli com pan'
operaiing in the territory mu-t pat
a iiinu d lie.en.-n fee of iweniy d I
YOU Seen the Large
Stock of Ranges, Cook
and Heating Stoves
we are selling at a great reduction
in price? We need the room and
have marked some of these stoves
at factory cost. Come in and se-
cure one of the greatest stove bar-
gains ever offered you
DON’T BE SO SAD
Because you did not buy a Ring,
Watch, Cham. Fine Silver Cutlery
or other Fancy Articles for Christ-
mas. You can do so at any time
and it will not be less appreciated.
Bowers Jewelry (Jo. - - Okeene, Ok.
Hurry up .lewHnrs for Hurrv-up IVople-
lu the Tcnff Hill.
I.ogkii Hno v » ,.l (',.. K J Kill
cum cud J. ’I’. l>uk«oi, and Co ate
Conducting thru annual clearing
cbIum it w ill par cur reader* lo take
advantage of mu uihihiimI bargain*
offered iiy tlmau reliable limn.
Olio Liuguutiuldvr tin* t**ch* r
who goi into Minim difficulty *ome
linn kinot* in dixiriol 24 <hroug .
In-ving three ol ti e nnlioiai* wilt
a broom mink w a* iimd ln-luri- tin-
school hoard of iliai dimri.-i in iln*
presence of tliu Conui\Superintend
ant and handed in Ihm resignation
which w aa icoepled b) tilt* hoard
Cud llm aohno| in closed at present.
Mr- A. B ' lank on Deputy If-g
icier ol Deeds, County attorney G
1.. Bowman and Ira D. Midlinax
editor of the KitigHi»ht*r lime* In ve
funned a partnership and bought
the llennea ey Pre** Democrat.
Kdiior Fi-her w ho retire, ha* made
no delinate plana fur the future hui
will douliilea* anon emhirk in li-.e
pleiaenl ooonpaliuu of editing a noil
A welcome reiieptioii to Govencr
Fergu.on will he held at Waionga
January 17 all Hie people of Blaine
County regardlem of political attili
aiion are invited to participate and
allow their appreciation of th<* hon
eat and aide admiuialralion of Okla
k mi a a heal Governor. A apeoial
tram will bring the Governor from
Kind here in the morning and after
a reception by tne people of Okeene
at the lloul Hot*,-I will proceed ac
compacted by our people to the
County .eat wliera a fine programn
of mtiaio and «<ldreaaea will take
pl.ioe. Hon. I) T Flynn au<l other
able apeakera will take part in the
roucing welcome to the Governor.
It member the dale January 17.
tar* on eich (•rand .old hi the terii-
lory, tin- fee to b* pa’ I t • tb<* aeo
rela ) of Ihe hoird of agriculture
’I'll# new good Toad law also went
ini’* effect on .1 iunary 1*1 prov idno.
for tin, election ot a count) ei.gn
eei, w ho ina) al*o he the counts *ur
ve)ur, ami ■> Ii i -huh be anpreme in
ro.nl building in e county. Ti e
election ot • i Hi an oilier i- option
w ith the coiitr ic*. hut toe e minia
aionei m ca 1 auch an elec «na,
whenever petitioned lo do -o by
• •l le«* lliau o *c h Hid ed free
older* in iln1 no ,ni) T.m com
•III * *l'*ii era mi I .1 «iie ill' county
into road diatncla out lo exceed on
di'iriot lor everp live lhou*and in
haoilanu and no diainct ahull con
*ial of ha* than -quare mill.
I'lie aal.ir s ol I lie engineer ahall l>..
from kl.UUo lo #ci 00 Hcooidlng lo
tin* population ot me uomi's, uml
hi niii't give a |3000 IhmhI. in
ullniienof over 260o0 population
i he engine* r may appoint a deputy.
Alt. i an engineer in elected, the
conn y c umii'Bione a muni appoint
a mi eivi*or..i highwava for ei ch
di*ll*iei who ahull direct the road
* ■ rk under tin direction of the en-
gineer In ran*’ o| convict labor Ik*
*ug employe*!, any auperviaor ol a
diatrict become*aaiiperiutPiuienl of
convict*. Tin inw law limit* tne
r< ad tux l« s ) lo ti\e mill* and
place- the annual poll lax at two
do lai*, and pelHon* are allowed to
work out their poll lax il no perfer-
I lie tnird lo w law which went in
lo effect oi. January l*i in that living
the lime I or tiie annual meeting of
the i« rriioi ial board of agriculture,
and providing that it *hall meet al
the territorial capital on the third
Tue*dav in January, at which time
new member* aliail he elected. The
new law alao provide* that immed
lately after I he annual meeting ol
the ttoard, the in* mliera muit hold a
ae*aion and elect officer, for the en
chine is the best on the
market, and will do
more and better work
than any other. Come
in and we will exolain
io‘s supeii.r merits.
COCHRAN© * OOHE,
Ok - Oklahoma.
4 Give* ike grealeft degree of aati*-
fadion became it i* bull right.
4 Style, dwtindboo, aad perfedl fit in
^1 Don’t pay (or • auk of our clothes
unlem you are perfealy satisfied.
4 Ask to see some of our $ 1 8
S. E. PERLBERG
Merchant Tailors, Chicago
ORDERS TAKFN AND
SAMPLES SHOWN BY
K. J. Russom
Lid On lit Lawton.
The lid i* on light in Lawton.
( iiy Marshal II. A. Thoiuaa laaui'd
order* la all Saloon m**n that the
Sunday *aloon law would Ik* alriolly
enforced hereafter and a* a result
all saloon* door*, including rear en
trance, were oloaod promptly al
uiidnigb; Saturday. Much feeling
ha* been aroused among the law a
hiding oilisen* because of the lenien
oy of tlie officer, toward violatera of
the law and several law a«aociation.
have beeu organiaed here.
Hute of Ohio, City of Toleiio. I
Luca* County ( **’
Frank J. Cheney make* oath that he
ia Kenior partner of the firm of F J.
Cheney A Co., doing l>u*ine*n in the
Oity or Toleiio, County and State afore-
said. and that aaid tlrui will pay the
•mu of One hundred dollar* for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
Ik* on red by the use of Hall a Catarrh
Cure. FRANK S. t'HENEY.
Sworn to Indore me and *ul>*crU>ed in
my present thi* rtth day of December.
A D. ISHrt
(Seal.) A W. GLEASON,
„ Notary Public.
HaU’a I'atarrh ('ure 1* taken iuter
nally. and act* directly on the blood
and mneon* *«rfao*w of the system.
Senil for teMtiuumial* free.
F J. CHENEY A CO..
Sold by all Druggist*. 7.4 cent*
Take Hall * Family ITU* for con*ti|ia
C. ii. Nesbitt editor of the Wa-
tonga Herald annouiioed hia retire
rnent from the editorship of the
Herald put failed to alale who the
panic* are to whom he sold out.
The Kagle ia sorry to lo«e Brother
Nesbitt a* a oo-worker and trust he
may soon engage in some business.
To the uew editor and owner* the
Kagle extend* a hearty weldome.
• woman’s life. Is the name often given to tha
Your menses come at long Intervals, and grow
atop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire
or (our years, and It Is the cause of much pain
which can. however, be cured, by taking
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness. Irritability, miserable-
ness. forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, weak-
ness, tired feeling, etc. Cardut will bring you safely through this
dodging period, end build up your strength for the rest of your life.
At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try It.
WRITE US A LETTER
frrrly and frankly, telling us all your
trouble*. We will send Free Advlc* (in
pialn, sealed envelope). Address: La-
dles’ Adv ivory Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
“EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
I suffered," writes Virginia Robson,
•f Easton, Md., “ util | took Cardul,
which cured me so quickly It surprised
■y doctor, who didn’t know I was
Dissolution of Partnership
Notice I* hereby given that the part-
uerahic here-to-fore exiaUng under the
\\ ANTRl) By CThioago wholntalb and
mail enter bonne. a**i«tant manager
(manor woman> for this oonnty and
adj*dning territory Salary f*.>n and
..*l*’H*o* paid weekly ei|K*n*e nionev
a*lvan.’eil Work pleaaant position name of Walker and Harrow* boa this
ttenuanent No investment or exper day lawn di«*olved F D. Walker re-
fMUdb’ulir*r*and enebwe aeir alldrol!,*! tintlK H H BmToW» >U in-
envelope COOPEK A CO., debtsdnsas of the old firm and all ao-
1!W Lake 8fc. (Tdoago. 111. count* dne the tlrui are payable to him
0-tOt. Dec. tO. 1004. H. H. Bakkow.s
J . i .
.2 t +
T ’ • .. /
C HOI SKK Promdeni.
DAVID SCHMIDT, V.-l’re*.
.1. H. HKIIJ3RT, Cashier.
d. Hamilton. A**t.<;»siuer
The l armers & Merchants Bank
Capitiil Stock $10,000. Individual Responsibility $100,000,
>t*nei*al Hanking HusiudriH Trune*acted.^^
, J. H. Seibert,
u. a. MAKiajAiinr. i*r«*i.ici.i.
II. N. UOARDMAN, vi,-e I’r. ►.
O. IIOliA, MAN, Oaxni.r
C.K.hOAKDMAN, Ae*l. Caxhier.
lilt FIRST i\A'110.\AL BANK OF OKFENF,
Ia. iIaI Mill'll V2.i,' UU. durpilta ami l’ mill idt'il
Burglar In-uranoc #o,00ti.
I ‘rutile r7,OOD.OO
Makvi akiit, (J. K. Boaiid.man, (' D. Bhai.uxi.w
II N. IIOARDXIAN, W. C. BhAKDMAV.
Kver, ,> ,-ou.kmi win, ...nerv.ilvc bank Ina bu-11, Wit Ik- *n«i,deu n. .,ar patrons
i*oln on .til for«*i||ii c«>tiiiiri(*r.
Sptwiai Alu i.Hoi. Given to Collection*.
1». 14, IAKD.VI an,
15<>*i i 11 man Land and Loan Co.,
IxrOKIDKATKD. Al T lORIZKD CaI'lTA^ «100,00)>.
UKc\l. KSTATK AM: .SM’UaNCK
FARM LOAMS A SPECIALTY.
Offl^n^m‘Na^rSx^,n8, ™ InveetigaU.
and New Yoar Holiday Rates
To the North, Southeast and the
S uth. 30 day tickets on sale
Dec. 21st, 22nd and 23rd. Tick-
ets limited to Jan. 4th on sale 22,
23, 24 25, 30 and 31.
Write or call at office for full information.
O. E. STARR, Agent,
MONEY TO LOAN.
I have some monev which I am willing to
loan at a living rate.^^
J. C. Fisher.
* j The Okeene Roller Mills l
_____ High Patent.
Dealers in Best Grades of Coal i
; Phone your orders into No, 30.’
* ViVWu 9,-u a,** arts,
Capacity 300 Barrels Daily.
Meal, 75 Barrel* Daily.
_ElevatQf Capacity 30.000 Bushels
Edward Broom, Preaulsut and Manager.
P* W. Sciiakkr, Vice President
G. K. Rtc.KgT, Secretary and Treaa„rt.r.
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Rehfield, E. T. Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1906, newspaper, January 5, 1906; Okeene, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172400/m1/4/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.