Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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The Southwest needs more people.
More people will make better
home markets, better and more
substantial laud values and help
to provide all the conveniences of
life for town and country.
Have you lived five years in the
If so, do you cure enough about promoting its
prosperity to write five letters deseri/',-
your success - telling oj the buttles you
have fought and won? + /l/dress four
your friends in the Not >‘h and East and
one to JOHN SEBASi'L lN, Passenger
Traffic Manager, P.ol : Ls/and-Frisco
Fines, Fa Salic Station, Chicago, or Frisco
Building, St. Fouis. Do it to-day. Do
The Rock Island-Frisco Fines pay cash for
printing this communication to you.
The Rod Island-Frisco Fines expend thousands
of dollars everv year to acquaint thrifty
producers in the congested sections of the
United States with the idv intages of the
You can help in this wvl. You can shar e in
Your letter will be read by thousands. 'The
story of your progress aud success is of vital
human interest. It will inform and
Write briefly —
Why you located Sou Invest and where.
What the climate is like, the crops you
raise and the present prices oj land.
Tell what you have gained in comfort
Tell what it has done for your children.
Tell what your neighbors are like.
Describe the character of schools,
churches and roads.
Three hundred words is enough. Write the
PAY YOUR TAXES
J. Q. WILMS, Cashier ‘
(First Published Nov. 4th. 1909)
It the County Court in and for the
County of Kiowa, State of Oklahoma,
at Snyder. Oklahoma.
In lie Instate of Isaac G. Puppy, dc-
c1 a sell
Notice is hereby driven to all persons
interested in the estate of Isaac C.
That Frank M Puppy, the adminis-
trator of the estate of said deceased,
did, on the 3rd day of November. 1909,
duly file in the above entitled court
and cause, ids petition, prayiny for
an * >rder to Mortyaye certain real es-
tate Udonyiny to said estate, and
which is deseribeil as follows, to-wit:
* east half of the northeast ipiar-
L i-of section thirty-one, township e-
i • v • i.orth of ranye twenty, w.>t of |
Indian meridian, and located in
‘.’minty of Washita, State ul '• >k-j
Try us for best ehoelates and Loose- j
Wiles cundies. Snyder Steam llak-
.Jtulye W . II, Dial ami family
moved up from Frederick, 'Tues-
day, and are occupying the 1\»*
teet property near the Baptist
Home Mercantile Company
H AUK FA .
UL-. nr. I
Douyhnuts. layer cake, fiaiit
sheet cake, jelly-roll, in fact :m\
in the cake line at Snyder Strain
ery. Set* them before you bn\
y on !•
•w- s4; •&•-*** Vi -
Kiowa County Dank
said petition will be heard at
!v C.Tun I loom of said County Court] Stanley J, Clark, om- • •
it the 'Town of Snyder, in Kiowa greatest socialist spealo
America, will speak at flu
house Sunday at .3 p. m.
Welcomes ami appreeiali
people within the trade win
of Sn \ der. . .
. .unity. Oklahoma, ol Saturday, the
vi ibt\ of November, 1909, at the
I., ur of 10 o'clock of tlu‘ forenoon of
•id day. and, at which time and
I'laconny end all persons interested
t >pel a i
We Now Have the Tux R.JIt. at the
in - a e
s b o u 1 <
t estate may appear and show
if any exists, why said petition
ot lx yranted.
>> inv band and the seal of
■ t. this the 3rd duyofNovem-
,.»•*. .1. W. MANSKLL.
al) Hy J. V. Mel ’LINTIG,
For best Me A luster coal call up
l'otcet & Gamble Phone 14.
Kiowa County Dank
CARBOLIZED WITCH HAZEL
E For Plica, Burns. Sores.
Get a Check Hook ai.d I’ i< ur Pills by Check
see s&i sng.nigfW8nriYTs- sea©*?
L. \V. Turner wits down
lloine Mercantile ('ompany i
e ayents for lllankes cotlee.
For best Me A'
Poteet iV Gamble.
't> r coal ca 11
i ’hone 1 i.
Forced to Fxile
I'pohurch of Glen Oak okla.,
exile from home. Mountain
F. Hinkle nml wife were down
from Clinton, Tuesday, looking
for a suitable house to li\>- in.
Mi HinlJe is i - ml i, i-!er t f tho
For best Mc.Mester coal
Potent & Gamble. Phone II.
John H. Lewis and
1 luminous of Hobart .
For best McAlester coal
Potent & Gamble. I'hone 14.
'air. h flmught, would cure a fi iptuiul Frisco freiglu division,
lunyrackiny couyh that hud defied all
remedies lor two years. After six
months Ik* ret timed, death doyyiny
' bis steps. “Then I began to use l.)r.
iKiny’s New Discovery,” he writes,
i and ufter takiny six bottles I am as
j well as ever." It saves thousands
I yearly from desperate limy diseases.
I Infallible for conyhs and colds, it
dispells hoarseness and sore throat.
| Cures grip, bronchitis. Hemorrhages
Asthma, croup, whoopiny couyh. 50c
anil $1.00. trial buttle free, guaranteed
by all druggi sts.
The Kacki-1 1'ui novelties.
Young Qlr’s are Victims
| Of headache ax well an nicer women
l ut all fret quick relief and prompt
cure from Dr. Kin^’x New Life Pills,
the world's best remedy for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure
blood, and strong nerves and Iniild up
yonr health. Try them, iuc at all
I’ve given you a big order,
and now 1 want to know
when they,11 be sent up.
Your Order, Lady, will be
When it arrives and you open up what you’ve bought you’ll
tiud all of the items are the
Best Groceries to be Had
I That tells the story. Trices here are lowed
r Winter ToUT-ll HIBBARD GROCERY CO.
.» a " ■ .. -■ — — mmmmmimMIMMMMSMSSMSMS—■
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Col© & Willis
Fanners & Merchants Bank
DR. L. L. POTTS
Of Hie Firm of Potts & Daniel, Dentists, of Oklahoma City
Is Imck in Snyder to
All work ifuiirnnteed
Hrsl cl us*. Vitalized
Air for Cainlent
Bank of Snyder Building, Snyder, Okla
O. L. Knox and B. F. Sundford re-
turned home Friday from Hobart
where they have been for the past two
weeks on the jury.
.f.L Grinin butchered his winter's
supply of meat, Monday.
Mrs. J. C. Davis and children spent
| Sunday with Mrs Harmon.
Miss Vera Sandford spent Sunday
with Miss lOula Farmer.
Our Sunday school has been chang-
ed from 10 a. in. to S p. m. Kvery*
body is invited to attend.
Mr. Fred Morgan of Hobart apsnt
Sunday with home folks.
Mr. and Mra.C. H, Plnkley visltad
In Hobart Sunday.
Mr Fred Brannon is staying in Soy*
dar with hla uncle. Mr. A. M. Bran*
non, who had the miifortuae to have
hla lag crushed last Thursday.
Mr Holden gavs the young people
of thla vicinity a oaudy breaking Sat-
urday aight. It was highly enjoyed
by all present.
Bob William* left Sunday for
Tessa where he will make his home
In the future.
Frank Gregg returned Tuesday from
There was a nice crowd out at sing-
ing Sunday night at Mr Uurton’s.
Nov. 1st, will remain on sale
till April Mb, 1*10 allowing
Anal return limit of June 1st,
To Pilots In,—
Loot si ana
For detailed information
call oa the nearest Frisco
Agent, or write
C. O JACKSON,
Div. Pass. Agt.,
Are Still Selling Coal and Peed
SPEAKINQ OP COAL
—Will bring to your mind that these people
always have the best.
For bout Me Alerter coal cull up
Poteet 6c (Jumble. Phone 14.
D IT V Your;Lumber and Building
D U 1 Material from the . . .
C. T. tei Ur. !\
Mrs. H. M. Logan anil Mias
Amy wore Snyder viaitoi-H Wed1
neaduy. They drove ‘down from
Q. A. Harm and family moved
here from Wellaton Wednesday.
They will occupy tho Hickafun
building on South Main Street.
Mr. Harris ia the new owner of
the One Price Store and will no
donbt merit bis share of busincHs
Mrs. Florence Patterson and
Miss Hasel left for Ohio, Tliurs-
dny morning. They will slay
there several weeks with rela-
tives and then go to Uiloxi. Miss*
issippi. where they will remain
For bent propositions on /arm loans
and Insurance see J. c, lirnwn Mvond
door west of lied (’rows Drug Store
corner In Morris building. If
Miss Lulu Cochram who has
been visiting Miss Mary Blanch*
j||«rd for the past week returned to
| her home at Marlow, Tuesday.
I Try our rye and graham bread.
Hnyder Bteuui llukery.
lucceif* when evciytl. bdU. g
!■ nrr, mn prostration and f* ■ • • P
tpc, i they sic ike supreme |
ret • thousands have j»
e>, EV.LIVFP / 0 [
r' AOHTSOUB p
I-, ..,a Pe: t nieulclne ever ».Id
over a diu^gli.t’» coumcr.
BRING YOUR BILL TO U.S
But hold on! We don’t earn iin.vllilnif about your Mill (Jont
Wbut we’re tr; ini' to -mire ure yonr bouse, burn, jfi annry, corn crib,
henhouse, |»il» pen, moflmr unci nil sui'li-bills As Mrs. I'nttin^ton
says, “Them’s wimt we uunt.’’
And just t<» show yon that we’re willin'? to “tote” fair In the rnat-
tor, we'll Nplit our profit* with you provided you yet a merry hustle
on youi^eIf and do hu*i new* within tl.• • next few da.v
\V»''vi' 'fiit'ii, *liek a -'lock of ijlee dry lumher and
building limit i. i hereus V" ever t
swap fm r tin «* inn re<ilin. And
rlpht in'w '» makf it interesting foi
ppetl eyes tin, which we v
want the min just bu«l e
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Anderson, John H. Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1909, newspaper, November 4, 1909; Snyder, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497202/m1/5/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.