Okeene Eagle. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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CITY AM) COUNTY.
Blanket* at Dickson’s.
Subscribe for tbe Eagle.
Underwear at Dickson’s.
Or. Lukene. eye. ear. nose and throat Knld
Modern clothing at moderate prices
Nhw Yean Entertalnffieai
Mr. and Mrs. J C. Fisher most de-
lightfully entertained a number of
friends at tneir hospitable home New
Years night the evening being spent
with music by the Misses White anil
Mrs. Rehileld also progressive whbt.
Mrs. Cressler and Mrs. Rehtield cutting
for the prise a most beantful cracker
Miss Hancke of Hinton spent new jar which whs won by Mrs. Cressler.
year with the Missis Christensen. j while Mrs Roonv received the consola-
Cash paid for hides and i>oultry at j tion prize a handsome candle stick, at
the City Meat Market. ; 11.80 a daintv luncheon of three course
ittlhsof good Beef will be sold for a ™ served consistiug of sandwiches.
dollar at A. S. Perry. j 8al,ld- olive!*- c >ffee- brlo!t ,oed’ creHm
_ .. . .. and cake after which the gentlemen
T. J. Connolly made a business trip ..... . . , _ „
, retired to the smoking room for a
to Ring wood yesterday.
| quite smoke and the relating of some
J. t Fisher and J. H. Seibert retn n- boyhood pranks by i!r Crerialer. Mr.
«d yesterday from Guthrie. Fisher bestowed upon eac'i geutleuiau a
Lard only!) cents per lb. iu lots of ; package with the positive injunction not
5o lb. at th * Ok^eue Meat Market. j to ojien it until their various hollies
Sheriff McArthur was over new year are reached, the writer for fear it ecu'
on business connected with his office. tain dinamite will turn it over to Dr.
Be sure to see J. T. Dickson and I Allen and Att- -racy Bear for inspection
Co. before von sell your poultry. j At an <mo™iaK> ^ Ku,‘st*
. . . ... . departed agreed that t most enjoyable
Good leaflari in . lb. lot* a*»c‘*nt8 evening was passed and that Mr. and
per .b at the Okeene Meat Market. i Mr„ Fuher ctipjfH, etltPrtainers
Geo. Steglitz of Hennessey was a \Illr>ng t, <>se present were Mr anil Mrs
business visitoi to Okeene Tuesday. I Cressler, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt. Mr and
Miss Mable Murrell after a week at Mrs. Conuollv. Mrs. Runny the missis
borne returned yesterday to Kansas City peHr! and EdnH White and E. 1. Reh-
FL JUR. FLOUR. FLOUR. Cen j ftcld and family.____
tral Seeil and Produce Co Phone 1>6.
* Mrs Frank Ltiilsr is spending tbiB
week with her parents at Kingfisher.
Alonzo Richardson and Earnest Dut-
C. C. Bowers the popular jeweler was
the guest of Dr. and Mrs Smith for
Lew Years dinner.
Good advice to women If you vant
a beautiful oouiplection, clear skin,
bright eyes, red lips and good health,
take Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea.
There is nothing like it. Ho cents. Tea
or Tablets. Ed Adams. Druggist.
Undersheriff Phillip of Watonga was
in town Tuesday.
Are yon lackiug in strength and vigor?
Are yon weak? Are yon in pain? Do you
feel all run dowu? The blessing of health
und strength come to all use Holli-it-r's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 3*> cents Ed
Mrs George Stair of Alva is visiting
the family of Mr. Black.
DURBON BROS.—Furniture anil
undertaking. Licensed Embalmera and
Funeral Directors. Full line of Cask-
ets. Shrouds and Burial Robes. Will go
with hearse any distance. Phone or-
ders delivered. Call ns dav or night
Day phone No. 35, night phone No. 87
or 53. Durbon Bros , Okeene. Okla
Hay, Oats. Corn, Chops, Bran Shorts
and Flour delivers l to any part of the
city. Phone !>6, Central Seed anil
JOB WORE j
As It Should be Done
Bt XLhc Bagle (Mice.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boardman en-
tertained a nmnber of their friends and
relatives with a bountiful utw years
dinner at their charming home in the
ton left Suu lay t >r Dm Motnm Iowa. east part of town. The charming hos-
GOOD PASTURE for horses 5 miles tess had the dining room most tastel.v
east and I south of Okeene. L. R. Quinn . decorated with Ferns and holly giving
Northern Fish and Oysters arrive11 ** tr’,e year cheer Among those
every Thursday at the City Meat Mar- Pr^ntwereH C. Boardman and fam-
ily. W. C. Boan’n an and family, W. G
Dakin and family and C O Kenworthy
ail of whom enjoyen this their first 1 OtHi
dinner greatly and he'ieve the cullinery
skill of their hostess unsurpassed.
Peter Christensen of Kansas is *■ pend-
ing tbe week*with relatives and friends
If yon are looking for the best,
you are locking for “The ALTON
A reasonable amount of food thor-
oughly digested and properly assimi
J. W. Swicher and wife of Saliua 1‘ wiU alwa™ increase the strength.
Kansas are visiting the family of Chas. « '"«r "tomach is a “little oft” Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will digest what yon
„ , , , .... j eat and enable the digestive organs to
oor ot ma e» c l en cr^ “J ; MiiniilHt* «td transfinu all foods into
unhappy. To avoid thu feed them ‘The , ^ Kodol relieve8
lton ^ Sour Stomrcb, Belching- Heart Burn
Rave you ever used Sweep Stakes , Hn)j ajj forms of Indigestion. Palata-
flonr? It is tbe beet. Central Seed and (n(j strengthening Hold by Ed
Produce C*-. Phone 96,
The Eagle wishes to thank Albert
Piets of Stertup Wash, for asabstantial
new years greeting
David Scbiuit war down from Okeene
We will sell yon a standard make | Wednesday.
The batik account gi ves a person
a feeling of confidence and Over-
comes that constant worry of be-
ing out of work.
A savings account is not hard
for any one to start.
Yon can open one with a single
dollar and bnild it np as fast as
Saving depositors at this >unk
receive 5 per cent compound inter
est and have the safest possible
plat- for keeping their fnnds,
We invite onsiness from men,
women and children of every
walk of life and assnre every
one the most courteous treatment
at all times.
me CITIZEHS STATE BANK o( OKEEIE
ClDttlimOQO. Sunlit k Pnftl-$3,500
~~Che more Magazines there are, the more
Indispensable is 'Uhe Review of Reviews
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT mi»:
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otherwise have had access to; because ail rarmst and thoughtful men, no mailer
how vgitkJy their ideas diverge, are gi»rn free utterance, in its columns.**
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EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. YOU CAN
MAKE A SAFE INCOME AT HOME AND
BUILD UP A PERMANENT BUSINESS.
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VOCAL, PIANO. VIO-
LIN and M AN IIOLIN.
Residence Leonard Property.
MEETS ALL TRAINS.
Hack to Homestead, Tel, 21.
H. M. Bear,
Attorney - At - Law.
Practices in all Courts.
OKEKNK, - OKLA
A. E. Smith M. D
Offie* over the Foment A M«r
chant* M mk.
Diseases of Women and Child-
ern a specialty.
<, ^F. B. Allen,
Ml work done by the very latest and
.■Mt ,.ppro»ed methods Satisfaction
in ran teed, '.’barges the most inoder-
i e. Your ImsiuesH solicited.
!• IHHKK BUILDING Rooms 1 and 3.
A. S. PERRY, Prop
Fre-h ami Salt meats, oyster* and
Hall. The best hi the market.
-Give ine a call.-
Mr. Broom of the Okeene Roller Mill
waa in town Wednesday.
D. L. Randolph was down from
watch cheaper than any one in Blaine
County Chapman the jeweler.
If Sweep Stakes Flenr salts yon tell
yoar neighbors; if not tell ns. Central j Okeene Tuesday.
Seed and Produce Co. Phone 96.
_ . . , .. I The Land Office at Alva, has jnst
Y.mUl b. panting to I« here In Bm.: mtito4 ^ IhM «
wk to m tham at Dickran n _ I ft. MA
MIm Harr Broom loft Honda, tm h, f.,r only ona da, la anch
Harper Kansas where she will visit
friends for several weeks
Dr J. A. Norris lifter a visit with his
\V. F. BORT President
T. H. GRENNELL, Caahlei.
C. O. KENWORTHY. Ass’t. Cash
O. G. ORAALMAN, 3d Asst
W. F. Burt. T. H. Grennell.
T. J. Connolly. E. K. Grennell.
| paid over Eighty-Five Million Dollars* Insures aga
In«f by fire, lightninig, wind, storms and tornadoes, on tnc tn-
stallment, cash or single note plan* Insure ip The Home. Get
the best, its the ctfeapest. JOHN ROBERTS, Agent,
Okeene, - -Oklahoma.
J. L DUNCAN PB0DUC1 CO.
Pays the highest mar-
ket price for chickens,
turkeys, butter, eggs,
Square Dealing & Honest Weight
month before *uch out side officers, at
which time a special agent will be pre-
sent Persons who desire to ma«e
inter and receiver will please take notice
Proof already set will most likely be tat
ken os heretofore.
Indigt sti <u i» easily overcome by the
nse of Kodol Dyspepsia Core, because
this remedy digests what yon eat and
gives the stomach a rest—allows it to
recuperate and grow strung again.
Kodol relieves Indigestion, Belching of
Gas, Soar Stomach, Heart Burn, etc.,
and enables tbe digestive organs to
transform all foods into the kind of
rich red blood that makes health and
strength Said by Ed Adams.
J. M. Blackburn is the new Rock
Island agent in this place having arriv-
ed here F-iday to succeed agent Starr
who was promoted to the avenev at
Rash Springs I. T. Mr. Blackburn
came from Ryan I T. and will go to
housekeeping ae soon ae a suitable house
can be secured
mother at Gate CSty 111. retur ed Thur-1 proof before other officers than the reg
sdaa nigh' and reports a pleasent trip.
J. H. Hutael of Guthrie after spend-
ing the holidays with hie son N. G.
Hut sal and family returned home Wed
Missis Rachel Sherwood and Nellie
Baldwin after a weeks visit with friends
in Anthony Kansas retained home Mon
When you need a pair of good glasses
or spectacles don’t forget that yon can
get them of.L. H. Chapman the jeweler
Eyes tested free.
One Fair for the Round Trip via tbe
Rock-Island to Mexioo-City, Mexico,
January 1st to 18th. limited to Febru-
ary 38 th, 1906.
The store room formerly occupied by
the Okeene Hardware Co is being re-
modeled and will be occupied by Chas.
Robbins as soon as completed.
Wm and Ferdinand Wahl and faultily
of Hitchcock spent Sunday and Mon-
day wite the family of E. D. Graaltnan
Miss Edna White of Cantonment was
spending the new year with the family
of J. C. Fisher.
J. M. Ray was the last subscriber pay
ingfor the Eagle in 1905 and L. H. Wal
ker the first in 1906 ’go ye and do like-
C. Houser has bought another section
of Texas land and with his other hold-
ings of land will embark In the stock
W. L. Stewart has left the employ of
tbe First National Bank and accepted a
position with the Weddel Loan Oo of
One Minnte C< ugh Cure contains not
an atom ot any harmful drag, and it
has been caring Cough*. Cold*. Croup
and Whooping Cough so long that it
has proven Itself to be a tried and true
friend to the many who nse it. Sold
by Ed Adauis.
A week of prayer is being held at the
M. E. Church and beginning next Sun-
day evening protracted meetings will
be held to which all are cordially Invit-
For cough* and cold* no remedy la
equal to Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and
Tar. It is different from all others—
better, ?>ecanse it expels all cold from
the system by acting aa a cathartic on
the bowels. Affords Immediate relief
In Croup. Coughs, Colds. Whooping
Cough, et-. Children love It. Sold by
City Dray Line
Will do your
[hauling at reas-
onable rates call
W. S. Sinclair
The First National Bank Is giving
its friends and patrons a most beanti.
fnl Calender which ha* a complete map
of the United State* ae wel1. a* a map
Of Oklaqoma upon it the oalender is a
work of art and will be greatly appre-
ciated by all who are fortunate to ob-
all our Friends and Patrons for their patron-
age during the past year we respectfully ask
for a continuance of the same.
The soothing and comforting effects
of DeY7itt’s Witch Haxel Salve, when
applied to Pilee, sores, cuts, boils, etc
■nbdnee pain almost instantly. This
Salve draws out the inflammation re-
duces swelling and acts as a rubefacient
thus circulating the blood turongb the
diseased part*, permitting or aiding
Nature to permanently remrve tbe
trouble entirely. Sold by Kd Adams.
No man can become wealthy without
good health. No man can have good
health without good food. If you want
health and wealth nse, "The Alton
There is a vaoiety (of species of sal-
mon. tbe best!* .known as "Hockey*,,.
It is a deep red flsh.Jrich In oil and fine
flavor, packed for, ’The Alton Goods,
Perfection can only be attained in the
physical by allowing Nature to appro-
priate and not dissipate her own resour-
ces. Cathartics gnpe, weaken —dissi -
pate, while DcWltt’a Little Early Risers
simply expel all putrid matter ahd bile,
thu* allowing the liver to aamme nor-
mal activity. Good for the conplextoa.
Sold by kd Adam*.
We still have a full Stock of Dry Goods, No-
tions, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER.
NsUct fsr PiblicAtlen
Department of Ibe Interior.
land Office at Alva, Q. T.
la Mr that the follow-
■tttar has IM aotloe of Me
fa ■eke Saai proof la rapport
made before Richard B. Holden U. 8. Commie-
.loner at hi. ofliee at Vllae Oklahoma, on Jan
10 IW8. Via:
of Ok erne, Oklahoma, for the 8Wit iMCtlom *>,
T. *0N.R. I0W.
prove Me naHaasas raaMeaee upon and
cultivation of eaM land, via:
Karl Gaia, Frank Gela, Jam*. P. Thurman and
Hmrv G. Gel. all of Okeene, Oklahoma.
A. R. Mraau.BR, Rex eter.
Oialie 3 of all kinl3, Nuts, Malaga Grapes,
Oranges, Apples, and lin fact everything that
makes people happy.|
Yours to please. fl
The Racket Stone of Okeene.
E. R. Black, Pres, and Mgr.
Me ogpoMa, teas e< etreagth.
■ms. headaehe, eoneSpawos. had
•Had deMNty. sew risings, aad
ef the efomaoh ere aft due te
Kadel auras Indigestion. This i
my rspraaaais ike natural)aloes ef
as they eaM la a healthy Met
Maed with dm greatest kaewa I
properties. Kadel I
pepka Care does net only eareladlgeodeH
aad frji|di., hM||thie Imwsp ta»>y
For Sale By Ed Adams.
Rocky Mountain Tea NuggeU
A Bury Mwllgint for Buy People.
Bring* Qoldea Health eed Renewel Vigor
A ,-<e<>mo rm- I’nnutliwtiIon, In.llireetloo, Lire
• «1 KM nr y Trouble*, rlfnpiea. Kt-iema, Impiir-i
• vl M 1 >li »oth. Rrivi?*-h IMwfdi., !I,.*,Ui>,
ud h . ikaohe. It h R K-h) eltmuutln Tea In mb
*t form. VS i-enti it bon Uenulne made b*
>|.,li i.rre Iwim Compant, MeiMeon. WIs.
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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/m1/5/: accessed March 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.