The Blair Progress (Blair, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 25, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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Undone* J. II. Wil«on and “J, S‘,!'xl?
., ,, , . , , ternoon at*tlic mane of Mr. niu
!!. Hancock were shopping in Mrji r. w. Ikve*. Just after
Mangoni Monday. the w*«Uimg they left for Den |
Cook Stove* ami IireMen., a.., IT' "v« in S“"‘“ K* •
old price at Hud WuaUankL N'”* M"i*a
„ . . „ . ..... For baling wire, grain sacks.
Boduet Flour «nd Hob White ^ Hlmand cotton hoe* all on
Me*! at F. U < an«-mer a lhe Utwi, Meranti|e (•„.
Call at J. M. Stout’s and in-
Dr. II. C. Laird. who has been
apecl the eplendid line of venu-^, a|<mt u.„ ,,
ine .Meerschaum and French Bn- „ .... •
Liiwson Mcfiinnis returncHl to do here.
Monday from a trip to the re- “Steffen's? celebrated ice
union and a xisi’ v Ith hf»nv?ft*lks crrain. manufacturtKl at Oklalm-
in the east. ma City ami Wichita, is served
... „ ^ . _ , at the Blair I)ruK store.
Miss Rosa Tarrant of Calvert,,
Texas, arrived here yesterday to Fresh shipment of \Nhite
assist Miss laidden in the hotel. “«g« 1^ l e'"K'r* at K
If >ou want some (mod Coffee "The rajn that ft.„ h„re Tuc„
or tea, try a package of Linden, (jay nj^ht was a groat l>enefit to
guaranteed by the Early Break- growing crops. It came at the
fast Coffee Co. For sale at F. right time and about the right
L. Carpenter’s. amount
Born Tuesday to Dr. and Mrs.; A Gransl Famll> MBdlcIfiB.
W. H. Clai kson a boy.
Olustee has an abumlance of pure, soft water.
Olustee is not excelled in her good citizenship, religious and edu-
cational advantages by any other town in the county.
Olustee keeps her jjolith al promises. She promised to endorse no
candidate for county office last election, and -kept it.
Olustee favors strict economy in county affairs and a moderate
pr’ced court house.
Olustee is the only town outside of Altus that can win by majori-
Don’t vote your county seat to any town just to build up selfish
interests; put it in the center where all shall be benefitted
The best is what you want—
New Era and Sherwin-Williams
Sun* Shine soap will clean all
kinds of Silverware, gold and
. r,, , n„,., cinm fine metals. For Sale at F. L.
paint-at Uarkaon a Drugstore. Carpenter,8
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the fu-
The W. 0. W. unveiling has
worrl for Electric Bitters," writes Mr.
Tired mothers, worn out by thepcev- Frank Conlnn of No. 4.‘J6 Houston St.,
ish cross baby have found Casrasweet New York. "It's a tfrand family med-
a boon and a blessing. Cascasweet is icine for dyspepsia and liver cornplica-
for babies and children and is especial- tions; while for lame back and weak
ly good for the ills so common in hot kidneys it can not be to highly reconi-
woather. Look for the ingredients mended. ” Electric Bitters regulate the
printed on the bottle. Contains no digestive functions, purify the blood,
harmful drugs. Sold by the Blair Drug and impart renewed vigor and vitality
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Store, W H Clarkson, Prop.
Bed Steads from $1.50 up at
to the weak and debilitated of both
sexes. Sold under guarantee at the
Blair Drug Store, W II Clarkson, Prop
Blair Drug Store
♦ The Blair Hotel l
♦ Miss Elma Ledden, Proprietress. J
♦ RATES $1.50 PER DAY |
♦ Meals the Best. All Rooms |
X Newly Fitted and clean.
Sunday in July. A. E. Whiee,
Just received barrel of nice
small pickles at F. L. Carpenters
I The Lewis Mercantile Co.
Corliss Coon Collars,
Ferguson & McKinney Shirts,
Walk Over Shoes,
Royal Blue Shoes,
Round House Overalls,
All For Sale at The Lewis Mercantile Company’s.
Rev. Powers of the Corinth
neighborhood preached at Mt.
Zion Sunday. He is expecting
to preach on the third Sunday.
Eveybody come out and hear
Mrs. Geo. Sims of Mangum is
visiting at Mrs. Wallace’s this
Miss Mary Kirk has gone to
the Marie neighborhood to be-
gin teaching music.
A good many of the Mt. Zion
people attended preaching at
Corinth Sunday night.
Miss Gertrude Goforth visited
Miss Millie Kirk Sunday eve.
Some of the Blair folks attend-
ed singing at Mt. Zion Sunday.
Talk Number 40 by Our Cashier
To Over Forty Ladies and Little Boys and Little Girls Who Are De-
positors of this Bank.
We have made it a point to so handle the accounts of our lady
customers that they might transact their business matters as conveni-
ently as possibly. We feel a pride in saying that jest mum 81 Ladies af
this comuanit) do tkeir Banking Bonnets with as, and the number still grows.
The busy cotton picking season, when our boys and girls make the
most money, is gone but the boys and girls, a lot of them, over 20 of
them, still hare deposits ia this banh. Some have had to use their money but
wt still consider them our customers, for when they make more they
will do more business with us because they know the bank is a good
place to leave their money until they need it. Our little people are
building for themselves a good reputation. A careful and industrious
young man or woman (and the boys and girls will soon be men and wo-
men) can obtain credit when it is needed. Our boys and girls are en-
titled to accommodations from us now because they are onr customers
just the same as the older ones.
We appreciate the accounts of our boys and girls and the ladies
and if there are others who wish to join in and make this their • bank
also, we will welcome them.
The Citizens State Bank
h. Hancock, Cash. Blair, Oklahoma.
We Operate Under the Depositors Guaranty Fund Lew
Fruit Jar Rubbers and Jars at
F. L. Carpenter’s.
This would be a good time for
the Commercial Club to become
active. Business is not so rush-
♦ ing but what we have plenty of
♦ I time to do a little hustling. In
IA Free Trip To New Mexico ! |
If you want Screen Doors, Screen Wire, Ice
Cream Freezers, Cotton Hoes, Etc., we can , supply
A big reduction in Prints, Muslins, and other
For Everything You May Want, Go to
X Lewis Mercantile Co., Blair, Oklahoma.
August and September the peo-
of the North are at leisure and
will be looking out for new lo-
cations and various kinds of in-
vestments. Blair should have
her name before these people,
offering inducements for them
to stop here. Advertising mat-
ter should, as soon as possible,
be sent out containing full and
complete information concerning
this section, and laying particu-
lar stress upon the opportunities
and possibilities in Blair. An
act of this kind would cost no
body very much, and would re-
sult in great good for everybody.
Royal Seal Oats, 15c per can.
at F. L. Carpenter’s.
You can get what you want at
the Blair Drug Store.
Are you intending to go to New Mexico in
search of a home or Investment? Do you
know of any friends or neighbors who are
going, and could you get up a crowd to go
.to the Garden Spot of Northeastern New
Mexico, when a railroad Townsite will be
July 9th and 10th, 1908
in the midst of what will be the Grandest
and Greatest Farming Belt of New Mexico.
Don’t forget the date, July 9th and 10th.
We want a few homesteaders as agents,
and you can easily make expenses of your
trip and handsome wages besides. Call on
us at our branch office in the Nix Building,
or address us.
j Moquero Land & Locating Co.,
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The Blair Progress (Blair, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 25, 1908, newspaper, June 25, 1908; Blair, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc826227/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.