The Okeene Leader. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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THE OKEENE LEADER
ni/PPMB OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, PI CEIWBBR 2, ioM>
W1NNEPEQ & OULF RAILROAD
Alva has b- on offered anoppor- eleven directors cl the oompanj',
tunit v that comes 10 hut few ill consideration tlmut numb*.ol
VOii; •' oili s tnd if her citiz-ms Alvtfs solid business men under.
not quick toseia. the ndvan-| took to raise the funds ho the
u-esollercdshedeservestolo.se ereliiuiuary work; are citia.ua ol
son, Wilson La no and others
made enthusastic talks in favor
of the proposition —Alva Record
il. iJresidtMil Miller s scheme
as told by Mr. Noah is brie fly as
Mr. Mill..rs first plan was a
Alva. Mr. Miller has conceded
that tbe road shall be buiit in
three different directions out of
Alva, Unit the auditing offices,
A mixed feed «>l cotton seed
meal and huhs, thoroughly mix*
ed by machinery and produces a
uniform teed Try a suck do it
now today make the old vows
hoart glad and the milk pail lull
for sale by.
II. A. Morse.
nipe ' to the gull by the way of
hi> home, Salma, Kansas, ine
men who tarnish the capital to
build railroad told him that every
successful ralroad enterprise
musi meet two essential requii-
in until. First, direct o mu mu idea-
ti„n with great markets an I sec*
ond, direct connections with large
coal fields so that itwouldu’t have
to depend on other railroads tor
its coal. Tbe Hr>t not th and
south railroad project bad not
provided for eil e.r of these es
senlialsaml Mr Miller f und ne
would have to modify his plan.
His present plan is tirst to build
the tirst grand division o' his.
road from Om ilia Nebraska; by-
way of L nooln, Saliua. Pratt and
Aetna, to Alva with a branch road
from Satina to Kansas City; a
branch road from Alva nearly
due west 300 mile-'. Do* Moines
N M to the great coal mines
there, and irom Alva by wav ol
Fairvi ■ w and Oiceene to Oklaho-
'l'he, tirst grand division of Mr
Millers dream of a north and
south railroad, in total length
comprises about 1000 miles, con
nects with thru,- >:np *rtant mar-
kets and an unlimite d Mipply -of
Alva is made the hub of this
grand division. Ei*ht of the
cated here and that, all pussengei
trains sli.ll be operat'd out ot
tliis city and freight raius tor
one freight division in three dii
Okeene Lyceum Course
Dec 141h the next number ot the
'ecture course, will bo the o11»*r-
hoin Male Quartett. This cum.
panv comes highly recommended
and Okeene people may expect
something very fine. 1 he toilow
ing press notice is selected from ......-----
the many which are given on the! in Calloway Co Mo. to irtde for
advance circular. (farm near Okeene Okla, foi-
st Petersburg (Fla.) Chautauqua ! futlier in for mat on call on.
The Otterbeins won favor after K. .). liussoni.
over Citizens State Hank.
Farm for Trade.
270 acre farm well improved
f;,v< r tonight. They sanJt I o
Little Lamb ” and won wildest
The coal road will be built first j applause by their mimicry "I
and surveys are now pushing j the “Old Man. ma,’ .le
. .. .. u.. ... il u..inmi i c ... .f si.I '’ nlaved o
A sprained ankle will usually (Hh-
vapiuly from Alv.vtoDvs Muiuve „f my S..ul " Pl*yed ..» *1.-
probable that another crew with a humming accompanim< i t be eff0(.tccl in three or four days.
’ " w;*b the magnificent quartet, This liniment is one of the best and
v .n |)e v\r • tor most remarkable preparations in use
V Sold by all druggists.
Guaranteed to heal without a
die mi sit, <>r vour money refund-
di d. Price -be, 5()c and ftl.00-
2nc size for Inmily use only. For
sale by all druggists
It is t
of surveyors will he started liom
tlie Wi stern end of tlie line to
wont tills way, as the sooner the
profiles and estimates of cost of
construction ure in the hands of
Sweaters and caps at
'••Sunset," by Van De
finished an evening ot unsi. pas.
sed pleasure and triumph for the
........................ boys of the Otterbeins. May * Qrooijr Co.,
the experts who pas* on the pruc* they come again, sure of then
iicability of the proposition, the ; welcome, for they certainly made Dr. L. H. Murdoch. P
"oaner'wiu we 'u„L whether Und ..... »on . host .......es
the capital will be forthcoming. |— Evening Indepedent. At the.
There is cerainly no reason Electric Theater Wednesday! If you are suffering frqm bilious-
why cilizvns of Alva should nol ni.ht. One. 141b .« 8;l5o'cl«ek I Sgi, iM°ln
put their shoulder to the wheel J Seats on sale at the L>. cv w. l ■ - J ^ nv,u,v‘hai,,!'’
ihis groatast and best opportun* i Drug Store Monday. Dec. 1-th
it,y f r making a greater Alva. at 9 o’clock. These holding sea-
Much money will be needed for i son ticket, call and reserve seats
Guarani' « <1 to give satisfaction
and blisi. r without pain or your
money refunded. For sale by
Fresh vegetables all the time
at the Okeene Drug & Grocery
ihe preliminary work. Subscrip-
tions are now being taken at
$100 00 a share The terms are
25 per cent down, 20 per cent
when the survey is completed to
Hooker on the Rock Islanc. west
25 tier cent when the
for this number.
Mrs. S. Maria Williams
Doctor of Ohirop- actio
Spine Specialist chiropractic is
railroad is!" newly developed science fol-
io operation trom Alva, to Dos removing the c; use ot a I dt-
Monies and either Omaha senses by sp.m.1 aujust,nets w
Oklahoma City and 25 per cent I free the nerves allowing the
when . He 1000 mile system is in . £»«•-
operation. lamination free, office at Naylors
Don. W. T Abboti, D. S. A ood ! «ungr house.
chrome neauiuMu-, "tvi-ou . ... ■■
a postal card, send to Chamberlain s
Medicine Co., Dos Moines, Iowa,
with your name and address plainly
on the back, and they will forword
vou a free sample of Chamberlain s
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Sold all
Why pay rent, when you can
build you own home and pay for
it in small monthly payments
See K. J. Rnssom.
„ Mound City ‘Horse Shoe
Brand House Paint outpaints.
them a 1 1.—Oressler-McCallum
The pecculiar properties of Cham-
berlain’s Cough Remedy have been
throughly tested during epidemics of
influenza, and when it taken m tune ,
we have not heard of a single case of
(pneumonia. Sold by all druggists.
A DELICIOUS CUP FO!
+ 40$ A CAN AT ALL +
+ good coffee sHOPr. +
IMPORTERS and P'- •
amounting to $5
HE OKEENE DRUG AND GROCERY CO.
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Ragland, J. H. The Okeene Leader. (Okeene, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 2, 1910, newspaper, December 2, 1910; Okeene, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172554/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.