The Mooreland Leader. (Mooreland, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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i >N lvS inake> loans. Can hail
die a few quick farm loans.
DK. U.S. Cockerill, Physician
and Surgeon. Office at drug
-lore. Night calls at residence.
WH. Hall, Eclectic Physician.
• Office i>t door sooth of
Garrett's store. Night calls at
residence, phone 73. Office phone
74. Mooreland, < )kla.
Cll. Workman, Dentist. Office
■ over Workman Voting drug
store, Woodward, Okla.
OMKR Schnoehelen, Notary Pub-
lic. At the 1,i:\hkk office.
All legal papers drawn up accu-
rately, neatly and with despatch.
SHUKY Sl Andrew, City Dray.
Hauling and delivering care-
fully and promptly done.
Every good woman wants to
please her husband. You can do
it with the Alton Goods Coffee.
Notice to Grain Dealers
The Merchants Exchange of St.
Louis extends an invitatfon to
every Grain and Elevator man to
come to St. Louis during the week
of October 4th to 9th, and if he
will send his name to this Bureau
a visitor's ticket to the floor will
be issued, good for six days.
All who have ever lived in St
Louis are especially urged to come
and take part in the-Centennial
Celebration of the city.
Reduced rates on all railroads.
214 Chamber of Commerce,
St. Louis, Mo.
You'd liud it in the Leaukk.
A baby girl was born to Walter
Liutner and wife, Saturday evei-
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Casad are
the parents of a new girl; born
J.M. Liutner and wife, of Hunt-
j bolt, Kas., are here visiting his
: parents, brother and sister.
' Word from R. 15. Crafton, at
Meadville, Mo , slates that they
j intend returning to Mooreland
Mack Davmaud family were over
from Waynoka, Monday. They
sold-their residence propeity here
to Theo. Bouquot.
For sale- One yearling mule,
one Jersey 1 ull, two year* old,both
extra good, also one Jersey bull
J. E. Harrah, Mooreland
! Earl McDowell, northeast of the
city, is evidently contemplating
some improvements. He took out
a load of lumber Monday.
Hunting Dogs for Sale
Bear, Wolf, Coyote, Deer, Cat, Coon,
Rabbit and Fox Hounds.
Bird Dogs. Pet and Watch Dogs. Pups
of all brehds. Ferrets, Rabbits, Pigeons,
Poultry, Cattle, Sheep and Pigs.
Send 10c for 60 page descriptive highly illustrated catalogue.
Write for price list. 24 8t
Mt. Pen 11 Kennels, Dept. K., Reading, Peuna.
v v a1v11 j
Go to Hilbtg Wyckoff
They have every thing you want such as
Say! We are printing a lot of
commercial work, but our power
presses have a large capacity, and
the Leader force is willing,so sei d
in your orders for envelopes, letter
heads, business cards, professional
cards, calling cards, programs,
book and pamphlet work, posters,
sale bills, or anything printable.
I We will do the work 011 short
j notice, in good style, at low price
I and guarantee satisfaction. In
' fact we are willing to do anything
11 the printing line but free gratis
GRAIN DRILLS , .
And in fact all kinds of farm tools in
season; and don't forget, we handle the
Best. Yours for Business
We Are Backed Up With The Cash
In the Award of Merit Class as one of the
CLEANEST National Banks in the U. S
U. S., City and County Depositary
On The Above Grounds
We Solicit Your Business
THEF1RST NATIONALBANK 0fWoo<,war<l
G-reei^'S M\>ery & peesi Barrj,
I have again come into control of the livery and feed bam on north side
track on Main street, and I hereby extend a cordial invitation to all my old
fAends and patrons, and as many new ones, to come in 'when wanting a
good feed, livery turn-out or anything in my line.
Good Treatment and Satisfaction Guaranteed
"ft?. Is Q-rzeri, proprietor
rem. 11 -oa. - dec. i >os
Simple, durable, automatic.
It threads any needle itself even in the
Most valuable of all attachments.
No twisting, bitinir or outt.at; thret -■
cTVl cA. BURDICK <&> SON
Hardware, Stoves, Pump Goods,
Fencing, Vehicles, Furniture, Etc.
life huddle everything in our line at ^prices that
mREin a saving to you.
Paints, Oils and Glass.
Everything in Undertaking Goods
Subscribe lor the Leaokk*
Tell us the news. The Li:ai>ek
will publish it.
Get your threshing coal of Coff-
mau, for $7 a ton. io-tf
When you need a tank, pump
or windmill call on Hilhig &
Any subscriber failing to get the
Leader regulars- should notify
this office at once. 1
If you want to borrow money 011 :
your real estate call on the Hagan When you need first-class farm tools
Realty Co. 40-tf'
That $7 threshing coal at the ]
Alva Roller Mills is going fast.
See J. A. Cofftnan. 20-tf
Grandpa Starr was a caller at j
Leader office Tuesday. He will |
make his home with his son Mar
ion, north of the ci'y, this winter.
August Boock, of Bloomington,
111., a nephew of C. A. Tingler, is
here on a visit and looking at the
country with a view to purchasing
Mrs. Ira Win e;rhalter and son
left last Friday night for their
home at Mooreland, Okla . after a
two weeks visit with relatives and
friends. — Mlinden (Kas.) Progress.
Have you mowed your weeds 011
the section lines and placed them
iu the sandy roadbed? That im-
proves the road wonderfully and
saves horse flesh. Try it.
Attorney General Charles West
in an opinion to State Game War-
den J. S. Askew holds that simply
because a 11011-resi lent owns land
in Oklahoma he is not entitled to
hum without first having paid the
£15 licence fee rt quired by the state
The local shippers, Ruttman &
Wyckoff, J. Smallwood, E L.
Leighton and others, shipped four-
teen cars of cattle from Mooreland
Tuesday. Lije Ruark and M. G.
Totten were among the individual
shippers who shipped cattle of
their own feeding.
So you think my young lady
friend,says an exchange,that there
is nothing doing iu the old town.
You think it is 110 place for a
promising young princess like
youri-eif to waste their days in.
You have said so many times and
it must be so. Nobody stays in
the old town who can possibly get
away. Well it may be so. But
have you ever stopped to think
that you could get rid of a few of
the dull hours each day by saying
to mother: "Now, dear, you go
right in the front room and sit
down and rest yourself. I will do
up the breakfast 'dishes and sweep
the house and run down town for
things for dinner. You are about
run down with hot weather and
house work. I just love to |lo it. I
Now please do let me do the house-
work for a while." How many
times the past dull year have you
caught yourself doing such a;
thing? Then, again, the boys 1
here are so awful poky and slow, j
You would be ashamed to be with
them in any other place but the
slow old town. The great trouble j
is that the only boys who pay
much attention to you are just
like yourself, knocking 011 the
town and letting ihe old man do
the work. You wiil never be
happy until you pull the thorns of
discontent out of your mind. You
would be more miserable some
other place. In a big place where
people amount to something you
would l e such an small frog in
such a big puddle that you would
be lost. Belterl>econtented in the
pond you have always played in
and which is large enough for you
and vour chance for some time to
Baird & Pettyjohn
As we have formed a partnership in the Auctioneer Business,
we are now ready to do your work in this line. Make dates
at Leader office or with either member of the firm.
M. Baird, Mooreland. S. C. Pettyjohn, Woodws
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$What about A
t that MkA 1 • |
|! If you want it Fresh, Clean, Good^
f and Neatly Prepared, +
I GET IT zAT
? Hamptons Meat Market
^ J. A. Hampton, Proprietor
U Choice Fresh cTWeats
4* Cured cTVleat C& Lard j
^ Everything in the meat line. Cash Paid for Hides ^
^ Good fresh country butter for table use.
I We Want* Your Trade I
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S NOISY SUP'S 8
a RESTAURANT & LODGING HOUSE S
j®} hVERY BODY'S HOME
S Uncle Bud Bryan, Proprietor ^
m Transient and regular trade solicited. Located west of fi
5 Burdick's hardware store. g
E H CANADAY, Proprietor
Wholesale Dealers in Poultry, Butler, Efts; Cream, Etc.
We l.uarantce you HiiOiesl Prices lor your Produce.
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The Mooreland Leader. (Mooreland, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909, newspaper, September 24, 1909; Mooreland, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc157807/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.