Fairview Republican. (Fairview, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, September 29, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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The Orient has at'last completed
its line into itliis plane, having
reached the depot grounds .about
■noon last Saturday. Thws week they j’Cleo,
FAIRVIEW, WOODS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, SEPTEMBER 29, 1905
have been putting'in t he-sidetrack*
•and switches, grading ithe depot
grounds, etc. The elevator track has
been'increased 401)'feet, and with the
■other sidetracks, ffour in number, Capron,
will'make about, four uniles of side- (iFairview.,
traok room. There art!.about dlhimen Bane,
Third Saturday of each month.
Way no It a, Local Mgr., F. O. Hays.
Cherokee, “ Gertrude Motter.
Ames, “ A. P. Given,
“ Miss Goldsbury.
Fourth 'SatuisSay of each month.
■Carmen, Local Mgr., J. L, Brown.
in the steel gang and they are mov-
ing along at a ill vely rate. 'The(Tore-
man, Mr. ®.iB. Copeland,-says their
stay in Canton will be short, as they
expeot to’push on down the line as
sooa as ithe bridge across JFour Mile
■creek is finished.
The next town .south Of .us itlnct
•demands their attention i«(0ak wood,
some fifteen imiles distant, 'and less
Springs, “ Mary A. Dunlap.
Helena, “Bert Strickland,
iDaonma 'Cora Frye.
Subjects to be assigned by local
10:BQ, Opening Exercises.
11:1a, Paper-The .Relation of the
BOWER BROTHERS & CO.
Yes we have! And with the Larg-
est and best Wholesale Markets of
the East. As a consequence we can show a
Fall an° Winter Line
ismnro inwa" 'lories U IS tail c, unu ' less
than'half that distance 'from ,tbe ■ t0 f,^e
■South 'Canadian ri ver.
This road'Opens up a large scope
■of •eountry which has up tillmow lain
•dormant. It'brings some of the'best
•farm laud in the ■South west iin touch
with the advanoe of civilization and
■progress. Its advent is hsiilled with
■deli-gbittoy thousands of people ;alloi>g
the 'ld'tvevwbo have-been compel led'for
many years to drive from fifteen to
■fifty miles to market their little batch
of produce, which in too ma«iv cases
took all the profit gained by tlhe
summer's work.—'Canadian T-aJliley
The Central Coroiaitee has decided
the places-of ■ meeting., Local mu uager
«*•%» titiJe. of nkieeting lie as fo’lows.
First Sat. off each iinonth.
Byron, Local Manager, Miss Breen.
Ringwood, Jj Scott Clark.
Avard, *•* Itt. G. Stanley.
Isabella, “ Teacners.
Aline, “ M. V. Baxter.
Second Saturday of each month.
Estelle, Loeai Mgr., Mrs, H. Meier.
Whitehorse, “ Maher.
Galena, “ ,T. iHL Elkens.
Granton, “ A. E. Bryant.
Winchester, “ Lucy M. Willig.
1:45, How to Judge a Text Book.
i2:la, The Oklc.h©rnaSchool Course.
2:50, Model iReeitation.
.&20, Agriculture in the 'Country
■Song, '‘‘Oklahoma. ’'
Larger and Better
than has ever been
SOUTHERN WOODS COUNTY
The following patents were issued
this week to Western inventors—
reported by D. Swifts Co., Patent
Lawyers, Washington, D. C.:
Kan. Jos H. Beehe, Leaven worth,
Carviug machine. Ruf us H. Ben net ,
lola, Crude-oil burlier. Win. F.
Boast, Koilby, Water-key for wind
instruments. Jos. Boeger, Dresden,
Machine gon. Chas. B. Botkin,
Osage, Car colliding. Robt. J. Bus-
well, Wellington, Land pulverizer
and ciod crusher, Harrison H.
Edgerle, Cherry-vale, Cow-poke. Jas.
Grieve, Dodge City, Blade .elamp for
saw-frames. David F. Laugh lin,
Clyde, Telephone signal apparatus.
Alve S. Merriett. Kans. City, Moid
for concrete walls. Val Miller,
He wins, Cheekrein loop retainer.
Henry A. Oberholtzer, Ottawa, Bot-
tle cap. Eugene F. Powell. Everest,
We are showing an especially strong line of Ladies’ Jackets, Misses’ Jackets
and Child’s Cloaks,
In our Shoe Department we can show you the most complete stock in the
-county. You can get the Best and Cheapest shoes of us.
We want your business. You cannot afford to miss seeing us. All we ask
is an inspection of our goods and prices. Come in. You are welcome whether
you buy or not.
Okla. Isac M. Larkey. Kibby.
Copies of any of the abovs patents
will toe furnished to our readers at
cost price, five cents each, by D
Swift Ac Company, Washington, D.
C., our special patent correspond-
RESTAURANT and SHORT ORDER
FAIRVIEW LYCEUM COURSE
Thursday Eve, Oct. 12,
The Harmony Ladv
Are You Engaged?
Engaged people should remember,
that, after marriage, many quarrels
can be avoided, bv keeping their
digestions in good condition with
Electric Bitters. S. A. Brown, of
Bennettsville, S. C., says: “For
years m.v wife suffered intensely
from dyspepsia, complicated with a
torpid liver, until she lost her
strength and vigor, and became a
mere wreck of her former self.
Then she tried Electric Bitters,
which helped her atonce, and finally
made her entirely well. Sbe is now
strong and healthy.” Elk Head
Pharmacy sells and guarantees
them, at 50c a bottle.
We have just moved to the east side of
Main street where we will have more room.
We have also added a
RESTAURANT and SHORT ORDER
and will endeavor to give our customers the $
same good service’(that we have heretofore
our Bakery department.
“Now, Johnnie, go anrl kiss yourlittle
sweetheart and make It up,” said John-
| nJe’s mother.
‘‘No, I won’t.”
‘‘Go and tell her how much you love
her, and how sorry you are.”
“No. I won’t. Pa says he got into a
breach of promise case by telling- a girl
that, and had to marry the old thing. I
won’t run any risks, I won’t.”—Tit-Bits.
Tuesday Eve, 7th.
Col. H. W. J. Ham,
‘[’lie Southern Orator
Saturday Eve, 2nd.
Jas. Francis O’Donnell
Wednesday Eve, 17th,
A Novelty Concert Co.
Only one of its kind in
George H. Bradford,
The Renowned Orator
Call for a meal at ou;
Table and be pleased.
A. R. SCHU1
>i l'" i'A*
•Mm life teu*
: IMMRM9I ■ .
Season Tickets Now On Sale.
Season Tickets: Adults, $2.00; Children, $1.00.
Single Tickets: Adults, 50c; Children, 25c.
Attacted By A /fob
and beaten in a labor riot, nntil
covered with sores, a Chicago street!
car conductor applied Bncklen’s I
Arnica Salve, and was soon sound I
and well. “1 use it in my family,”
writes G. J! Welch, of Tekonsha,
Mich., “and find it perfect.” Sim-
ply great for cuts and burns.
Only 25e at Elk Head Pharmacy.
Not a Vegetarian.
“Children,” said a Sunday school |
j teacher to her class of small boys, j
I “God gave us something that he did ;
not give the lower animals*. Who can
tell what it is?”
A little boy who had been exhibiting
a cut finger rose to reply.
“Please, teacher,” he said, “God
gave us blood, but he only gave the
animals dish gravy.”—Brooklyn Life.
Got Off Cheap.
He may well think, he has gotten off
cheap, who, after having contracted
| constipation or indigestion, is still
able to perfectly restore his health.
Nothing will do this but Dr. King’s
New Life Pills. A quick, pleasant,
and certain cure for headache, eon-
ti pat Ion, etc. 25c at Elk Head
H. CLAY WILLIS. WM. A. WILSON. V. PreRldeut L W1IIIS
President Kansu* City, Mo. Cashier
The Bank of Fairview
1 (“Tlie Oldest Bank in Fairview”)
Capital Stock, fully paid in, ... $10,000.00
Individual Wealth ofStockholders . $300,000.00
We have 11 Complete Tux list for this part of the County. Call
for your Old, and pay for your New Tux Receipts. We gum--
antee Receipts when paid with, us.
YV. D. Bowling, Cashier.
Fairview State Bank
Collects taxes, and issues drafts on all foreign countries. We
have ample funds on hand at all t imes to loan on approved
security, and every privelege is granted our customers consistent
with safe banking. Your business is solicited.
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