Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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QUEEN CITY TIMES.
AGRA, LINCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY,
MARCH 2,1911. NO. 25
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Dr. A. L. DaviH, the dentist will
be here at the Commercial Hotel
on his uext regular visit, March
2nd to Saturday, March llth when
he will be prepared to do all kinds
of high grade dental work.
Mr and Mrs S Gosnell return
ed Friday from Kansas where
they have been for about two weeks
staying with Mrs Gosnell’s moth
er who is ill.
Henry McKeown’s sale was fair
ly well attended last Saturday,
notwithstanding the bad weather,
but the stock did not bring very
good prices, at least for the grade
of stock disposed of.
A Fierce Night Alarm
is the hoarse, startling cough of a
child suddenly attacked by croup,
Often it aroused Lewis Chamblin
of Manchester, O , [R R No 2]
for their four children were great-
ly subject to croup. “Sometimes
^ in severe attacks,” he wrote “we
were afraid they would die, but
since we proved what a certain rem
edy Dr. Kings New Discovery is
we have no fear. \Ve rely on it for
croup and for coughs, colds or for
any throat or lung trouble ” So do
thousands of others. So may you
Asthma. Hay Fever, La Grippe,
Whooping Cough, Hemorrhages
i Hy before it. 50c and $l 00. Trial
bottle free Sold by A. M. Rueb.
Mr. San Dean’s mother accom
panied by a little nephew, came
up from Oklahoma City Monday
for a visit.
We received a letter from L M,
Stout Monday saying he had mov
ed to Fairbank Iowa where he owns
a farm Plenty of mud nud watar
„ there now, but not very cold weath
er. Mr. Stout lives by a river
and says he will do some hunting
and fishing for pastime. He has
just passed his 50 birthday and |
begins to feel that he is getting
too old to farm, and says he would
like to see his Agra friends and be
here to eat peaches this summer.
Mr. and Mrs W. B. Gaut are
living on the Lenington farm four
miles south of Agra.
We print Horse and Jack bills
“Whether Fad or Fancy, the fact
Onions Pay Big Money
to the raisers of this most healthful vegetable. Many w ill plant
Onions for Market this year, as well as for home use. I have the
Best Onion Seed and Sets on the Market
l also wish to say that I have another car load of
CORN CHOP which will be sold at the same price as before.
TICHENOR PRODUCE CO-
and use cuts that are attractive
and distinctive from the usual run
for this kind of work,
Mrs. Dick Toles who resided
near Parkland, died yesterday of
MAKE AN OFFER FOR MY LOTS
I0, II, & 12 in Block 56, and
lots I9 and 20 in Block 72 in Agra
Address, Win F. Sommei field
74I, 39 St. Milwaukee, Wis.
or, Rev. A. W. Austin,
HAS MILLIONS OF FRIENDS.
How would you like to number
your friends by millions as Buck
len’s Arnica Salve does? Its as-
tounding cures in the past forty
years made them Its the best
salve in the world for sores, ulcers
eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cutp,
corns, sere eyes, sprains, swellings
bruises, cold sores. Has no equal
for piles. 25c at A M. Ruebs.
Mrs Mattie Galbert of Minneso
ta arrived Saturday for a couple
of weeks visit with her sister Mrs.
W. E. d’Happart.
Marvin Penn is having a new
three roomed one story house built
on his place, the old one having
served its time. D. L Ramsey is
doing the work,
J. S, Pierson has moved to the
J. H Jones house on South 3rd
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Having rented the John
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^ Turner shop we are prepared y
^ to do all kinds of Blacksmith T
and general repair work.
Fisk Henry. J
l Luther Turner. J
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W. K Ryan attended a conveu
tion of Lumbermen in Oklahoma
City Friday and Saturday. Ev-
To the meeting at the school house in Agra. Saturday afternoon,
March 4th, to talk Consolidated Schools.
Let us get our part of the State Appropriation.
John Fields, Editor of the Oklahoma Farm Journal, has been in
vited to be present and address the meeting.
It is your duty to give your children the best education possible,
and Consolidation will solve the problem.
erybody had a good time said W.
K., but a good many, like myself
were not “city broke” and the
sights and joy rides, etc. kept the
bunch stampeded nearly all the
Old papers for sale at this office
5c per bundle-good for cupboards
kitchens, under carpels, etc.
Attacks School Principal
A severe attack on school princi-
pal CIirs. B. Allen, of Sylvania Ga.
is thus told by him. “For more
than three yearR,” he writes, “I
suffered indescribable torture from
rheumatism, liver and stomach
trouble and diseased kidneys. All
remedies failed till I used Electric
Bitters, but four bottles of this
wonderful remedy cured me com-
pletely.” Such results are com-
mon. Thousands bless them for
curing stomach trouble, female
complaints, kidney disorders, bili-
ousness, and for new health and
vigor. Try them Only 50c at
A. M. Rueb.
We will just offer the sugges
tion, altho we know the guilty par
ty does not take the Times, but
expends some of his leisure time
at night in taking some other peo
pie’s hay and chop, that there may
be a shot gun awaiting him if he
does not obey the 6th command-
ment in the future.
John Fields, Editor of the Ok-
lahoma Farm Journal, and worker
for Oonsolidated Rural schools
will be asked to be present and ad
dress the people on the above ques
tion at the meeting to be held
here Saturday afternoon. Every
body come and hear him
Elsewhere in this issue will he
found J. L C’larkston’s bill of a
sale to be held on the streets of
Agra on March II. Don’t forget
! the date and he in attendance.
The Nixon girls, four of them,
count them—were invited out to
take dinner with Miss Harriet
Merchant last Friday evening, and
it is needless to say that they ac-
cepted the invitation. “There’s a
i reason”-two of them, but we are
j not entering into details, only, we
never even got as much as a piece
I of fried chicken.
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Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1911, newspaper, March 2, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911101/m1/1/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.