The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 50, Ed. 1 Monday, December 11, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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DRAKE, The Photographer,
Do you want a—
Victor. Edison or Columbia
*■ on iait^llnwo'1—
$2 doKtrn, ft per week.
1 m disc reeords. S'ifS
10 inch disc records
^Cylinder records ^5c to « c
* s DRAKE, the Photographer.
visible to the naked eye- One ray I
went wt a hootta* with him and when
be loaded that gun I noticed that he
dipped the bullet in wit. I asked his
what he waa dola* that tor ard be
■aid that be found it wu weceeoary j
when he shot «itb that run to ealt:
the bullet*. If he didn't do that the
game woold apo.l before he could ret
to it unlet# it happened to be an all,
fired cold dijr."
MOURNING CUSTOMS. |
•rid* •<«■ Wltow s Can ■toe*
IImts fc ds.
Poultry and Pet Stock
8th Annual Exhibit
Ponca City, Oklahoma.
Dec. 19 to 23,1905.
Pepp}p wsinsr COURIER PRlNTlNp"
have g large advise pver their
copipe|$ors who WW ::•••••
... , ... Th t Pipped Egression.
Bast Qrand arenue.
The custome of mourning a* prac-
ticed in various parts of tluv work!
teem at fir^t sight to haT« little rela-
tion with each other or with the In-
wuril grief which they are supposed
to typify. Yet by the exercise of a lit-
tle patience many resemblances may
b > discovered anionic them. The wid-
ow's cap, for examplb. date* hack to
the days of ancient Egypt. Egyptlar
men shaved tl>e beard and head a* a .
tok<*n of inouruing. The women, t*-
ateud of cutting off the hair, concealed
It by a close cap. The Romans, who
were a* a race clean shaven, sbaved
the head In mourning and wore a wig.
The black band ou the sleeve as a
sign of mourning comes to us from the
days of chivalry The tody ttert n scarf
or napkin, as the handkerchief wm
called, abont the arm of her knight.
If b* was killed in battle she woee^ie
bari'd Iti rti^HdFy of htm.
Black has so lA% *|eo the color of
For further Information and leopy
of premium liat address
J. FLEM SMITH, Secretary.
UM iMSNriH Ttat Smm* «mm-
"It hat beea ao wet for tie U4t
three or lour JfV\" remarked
TfUitel la ea, "th t * good many
peftfc format bow dr| it used to
be. I remembei one yeat when the
Mleaoarl rlrer was duety all tbe way
down from Kaneae City to the Mlsa-
iaolpfl. Of course the rWer waa tun
■tag ail the while but tb« water la it
got ao dry that it turn«4 to dust and
blew away. I too* a boat down the
river at that tl e but It waa m du«v*
on the boat that you coultfn't eee th*
hiad cad of It when juu w4a standing
on tbe front end It waa a little tbe
worst I etrer see. My ou< h got so
nucb grit and dust In it that I could
strike a natch on tbeyoof of it any
time. One day tbe boat got *tuck In
15 feet of M'saouri riser water. It
io dry aud dusty that the wheel
couldn't turn. What did we do?
Well, air, we went out and hired a
farmer to haul fresk well water for
15 miles to-mix with the river water
until it was thin enough to run the
seen some pretty fair shootln' in my
tine. There waa a feller I used to
know out i the Rocky n ountaina who
waa a little tbe beafrehot I ever anew
One day haj h«out wben a ralncom-
sbdter and Bill aaMflyu he guess
' could fix It If his ammunition
didn't run out. Then he pulled two
revivers and a- toe rain commenced
to fall he begun to shoot. Shot every
drop of that rain before it had
ihance to bit tbe eartn A- last as
be emptied a revolver he Hung It to
me to reload. The rain kept up tor
half an hour and we wan't even wet
It was just at dry as a bone for
• pace ot 40 or 50 ftet each way around
where we weie. But It was hard on
tbe revolvers. Whin he got through
tbe barrels <*f both ot 'em were melt-
ed down more thaa £alf way and the
wood of the butts ot both tbe guns
was on fire."
D. W. KYQAR, Prop.
LB Star Barber Shop
Socctssor ta ColHas A Kygar.
Tbe Beat Equipped Shop in Kay
county. Come and act. me and
get what you expect.
All kinds of BAIR and FACE
preparations. All face
iu Anglo-Saxon countries that It
Bath* foe EwrbodT.
ilisatk* Of. the
cbina«wear wh'tn ,
and In England the moprners at fu-
country |o «*>vev the h*eee.
A great Tn*dy sen*lble people protest
that wwtag '
barbaric chstom that should b? abol-
Inbcl or great* «odtffcl. *>'" when
loss awl grief actually < omc Into.tbe
Individual life one discovers that there
Is a strange, sobtft fitness In gloomy
garments and that they answer to the
need of the soul for slleuce and sepa
Change Cars at
Take a new. bright and attractive train
from Union Station, Kansas City, to
Union Station. Chicago. The train is
The Southwf.st Limited o the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Leave Union Station, Kansas City, 5:55
p. m.;Giand Avenue, 6;o6 p. m . arnvt
Union Station. Chicago. 8:20 a. m. A
postal card will bring you complete n-
formation about rates, route- and train
L. COBB, Southwestern Passenger Agent,
907 Main Street, Kansas City Mo.
•Speakln' of good shootin',
'•The best sb*otin' gun I ever kno*-
g I was owned by a feller la Kentucly.
Toat certainly was a long range guu.
It waa owned by a feller by tbe name
of Bob Wilkins. He used to shoot
game so far a*ay that he bad to
carry a telescope with him to see i .
He would sboot deer weiphln' 200
I bev pjundseo far away that they weren't
Central LIVERV Barn
New Rubber-Tired Carriages,
New Teams, New Harness,
Prompt service. Everything New.
Horses and Mules for Sale!
Central Avenue. Phone 247.
W. M. Briley, Prop.
General Auctioneer business in city or country.
Tkt Beaver's Tooth.
No carpenter's chisel can do more af-
fective work than is turned out with
ease aud neatness by the beaver's
tooth. This la the principal tool wlUi
which th«n e patient, clever builders
construct their dams Th^ "'iter ««T
(ace of tbe tooth Is a scale of very
hard enamel, while the body of it Is off
softer dentlue As the softer sul
stance wears away In ns« th en-1 o'
the tooth takes a cbUel like b«-vel. lend-
ing n tbin. slightly projecting edge of
bard enaine! h« sharp as any carpen-
ter's toot fresh from the ol.'stoue Tbi
tbin scale of euauiei give* keenii'-ss
tbe sof'er dentine supplies strength
and thus the combination forms « for-
midable tool, which actually sbarpeu«
itself by use
A Qifrr Festival.
A queer festival is celebrated In Ma
Inc n every teu r twelve years The
opening of tbe festival N signaled by
a grm<l procession, in which liug^ piles
of eatables tnk * a large *bBr At th<
euil of tbe third fluv thf viands af
burned On tl)«* last occsiion ihe piles
of rood were placed in a s| c. ially con
«trin te«l lr>nt which was towed out to
aea aud there consumed by fire, togeth
er wl'li all the contents. A large sum
of uioncy. iimonntlng to several thou-
sand* ..f loll'irs. was subscribed, large-
ly In Singapore, for tbe proper observ-
ance of the festival.
SANTA PB TIME TABLE.
Maim Um. " _
. arrives 11 Mas
smTes IV *al
Hutchison 1 Po«c« City.
0 W. L. INI.HAM. A«env.
ZD L. HOPTON
Hopton & Wallace, Props.
Sotel do Hoss. the best on the line
utfits reliable, rigs that are finr.
The best equipped barn, service correct,
. Excels competition in every resprct
Light running rigs, rubber ti'ed and neat
Drivers all careful, teams that are fleet.
Every patron will find-satisfaction complete.
Home public is suited and traveling men.
On every occasion come here again.
Superior always for feed and for board.
Suitable rates as the markets afford.
South ScconHfStrcct, - - - Poac. City. OVI.
X I M V. T ABI.E
f. AST HOUMO.
St. I nls 7: # *.u
Memptt* 7 us
Kansas Clt) 6:23 • r
■dI I* « «
feackweU 11 ti
Arkansas C !' I" p.™.
Leavn Arrt es
O'Keene I P > ^ «• 0
Knid « H p m
Blackwell 7 •>!>
Arkanmt C S:1 p •
WinBelrt S:M p •
Arrives Ar#l ti*i Kl-ify.
Atrlv- * B nek we I
Arilve# Knlil -
l*nvt Ht I onls
Arrives Ark n AS t y.
V K. C|7A KK.
CITY LIVERY BARN.
A. S. PCHBYMAN. Proprietor.
... *: I p m
... t:-l7 p.in I
. . :ii p in
T •) p in I
... f :M a in
... lo 4ft n ut J
.1 -A p.m
ti. • \. «r|rblla. K1.I1S' *.
L.ivery, Boarding and Feed
Corner Central Avenue
anc Fourth Street.
New Livery Rigs, Careful Attendance,
-and fair treatment. #
The Point of VI*W.
••Henry, it I were a younjr twin like
you mi.I <-xpectt d to hava to make uiy
own way 111 tbe world some day I
should try to make my expenses come
iwiiliin my Income."
• Father, if I were as rich as you are
mi.I had only one *ou I'd try to hrlin?
bin Income up lo his expeinee."-Cbl
and House furnishings
T • nearest ^nd ileartxt thin* to
the hc.irt of every living cr. atorc i«
the home, whether it be the cave for
the woll or the palace for the kinif
It s tbe thinjf for which men work
ami tlifht, and women hope, and the
real howe li the home-fiirnlehIns*.
Dun. ao'r low prices maKc« it po--
sible for every home In Popca City
and vicinity to be furnished neatly
DON'T buy a..ytbln|f In Furniture
until vou loupe, t our K<">ds and get
Furniture And Undertaking.
A Saco (Me.i florist lias bwn rnlslnst
pond lilies for the innrkct. Ills pon.l
Is 3'Ni by <m Tcct anil yields thousands
of blooms iu n season. Iiurlna ttie
height of the season the dully ylel.1
weut above Whi bloaeocin Tbe uaual
price was p«r hundred.
"Can you ni\"
your In-1 placeT"
■ No ma'am. The *l:ist woman I
worked fur was Mrs. I.lfiby that lis^l
to nve next dftfir to you Hhe on' 1
couldn't aet alone at nil. You don't
kuow bow ineitn she la. 1 could tell
you ever ao many"—
"l'ou may coipe."—fhlcago Trll>un«.
Tncle John, should I be Justified Iu
wrltinu lo a young rami who has never
written to ma?"
"Only on very Important bualBese,
"Well, thla Is Important buelnesa. 1
want b!m to marry me!"—Illustrated
Settle Your '
Tommy—Papa. Is It always damp
where they raise mushrooms? Papn-
*ee, ray non. Tommy—la that why thej
took Uke umbrellas
In aome South Amerh-ari trlbea«lfca
women draw the front teeth, esteem-
ing as en ornament the black gap thua
is doing its share in trying
to send more farmers to
your country. You can
help that work by. a little
Every reader of this notice is
requested to send to the under-
signed a list of his friends in
the Fast who may possibly be
interested. Literature regard-
ing. your country will be mailed
to thi m, and any questions they
ask will.be fully answered.
Send list this week to
c. L. Seagraves,
Gen. Col. Agt. A. T. & S v ivy
Railway Kxchange, Chicago.
Patronage So'iciteo and -Satisl action Guaranteed.
Do Not Neglect a Cold.
I paving the way for more aarioua dlaaaaaa. I
I CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES ? I
PERMANENTLY CURES '
Consumption, Coughs, Coldo, I
Asthma, Croup, r i oping Cough,
ironohftls. t:oars', s, Boro Lungs. I
t OJl THAT BALLARD'S HORE-1
I EVERY MOTHER 3110'"
HOUND SYRUP r „ .—
CONtTu'jrE • £?4BU8* eouoti.
mmm. calli* lockba*. — wy*.' **'
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Wh.M.pin« t'lnch It alvw* r«ll d •JU™ Us -Vkirif"
wlllumt It Iu lb* knn««, ss It Is ths BKmT MKUIIINC we sas l. .
iMt Ktmedy for CWildr«R. Every Bottle Guantmtooi. |
rmmmw « m im. mmtoi.—.
n*SD SHOW LIWIMENT CO.. ST. LOUIS, MO.
•OLD AND RKCOMICNDED I
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Headley, L. C. The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 50, Ed. 1 Monday, December 11, 1905, newspaper, December 11, 1905; Ponca City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc175286/m1/4/: accessed April 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.