Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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SECOND NUMBER OF THE LECTURE COURSE.
Homer T. Wilson,
Saturday Evening November 18t>h.
MAGNETIC, ELOQUENT, SINCERE.
One of the most noted platform speakers in the United States. You should hear him.
For season and single tickets inquire at Bank of Agra.
Mr. Geo. Hickman made a trip
to Cushing Saturday
The Hunting season opened
Wednesday the 15th.
Mr. and Mrs O. R. Haradon
arrived Saturday from Early Iowa
to spend the winter with their son
E J. Haradon north of town.
“I am surprised that you could
get Homer T Wilson here, he is
the best speaker on the lecture
platform today,” said an out of
town visitor yesterday . Hear him
Saturday evening Nov 18th at
Mrs W. K. Ryan and Mrs. Ath
erton were Chandler visitors last
Mrs J B. Leuington and
daughter Miss Maud are visiting
Mr. John Lenington in Oklahoma
J. A Boxly has bills out for n
sale on Friday Nov. 24th.
Borq to Mr. and Mrs Chas
Bloom on Thursday Nov. 9 a girl
Mrs. Harry Woods returned the
latter part of last week from a vis
it to her (parents in Indianapolis
Mr S S Hard was an Oklaho
ma City visitor the first of the
Mr. D, A. .Stanley came up
from Oklahoma City Tuesday to
spend the week visiting and look
ing after business affairs
Mr. IS. U. Silverthorn of Tryou
was an Agra visitor Tuesday.
Dr. Shelton reports the birth ot
a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Wen. Brock
on Sunday Nov. 12
REPAIR SHOP MOVED.
Starts Much Trouble.
If all people knew' that neglect
of constipation would result in se-
vere indigestion, yellow jaundice,
or virulent liver trouble they
would soon take Dr. King’s New
Life Pills, and end it. Its the only
safe way. Bt-st for biliousness
headache, dyspepsia, chills and
debility. 25c at A M. Rneb’s.
I have moved my repair shop to
i E. Main to the old Post Office
| room, next door to Dr. Chase’s
[office. Bring your repair work to
R. R. Taber
Don’t forget to attend W. A.
Mendenhall’s Sale on Wednesday
Sanford Dean and daughter Leta
were Chandler visitors Wednesday
Dr. A. L. Davis, the dentist will
be here al the Commercial Hotel
on his next regular visit, Mon-
day December 4th to Saturday,
December 9th wheu lie will be
prepared to do all kinds of high
grade dental work.
Through the courtesy of Mr.
Millard Davis Mr. R M. McDon-
ald of Salem Oregon will receive
the Queen City Times for the next
The Box Supper given iu the
hall last Friday night by the La-
dies of the Christian church netted
them $10 50.
We are in receipt of a dollar on
subscription from G. E. Scott
of Clovis New Mexico
Geo Hickman and A. L. Fal-
kenstein attended the good roads
ineetiug in Chandler Wednesday.
Mr Frank Vanderbilt left Sun
day for a visit to relatives in West
Mrs Lizzie Stewart made a trip
to Chandler Tuesday
Assistant County Attorney F.
A. Wagoner and Under Sheriff
Geo. Arnold were up from Chand
ler Saturday attending to official
Mr. Geo. Scott and son Darrel
returned to their home in Kansas
City Saturday after spending a
few days with his daughter Mis.
Mrs Frank George and daught
er spent the latter part of last week
visiting at the I. J, Merchant
Need a Pattern?
We have received Che Mail Order Agency for
Che May Manton patterns.
Ask to see those sanitary belts -for ladies.
Our millinery stock is up-to-date.
Some extra bargains in felt hats. See them.
-Another invoice of notions just arrived.
Come in whether you want Co buy or not.
A Father’s Vengeance
would have fallen on any one who
attacked the son of Peter Bondv,
of South Rockwood, Mich , buthe
was powerless before attacks of
Kidney trouble. “Doctors could
not help him” he wrote, “so at
last we gave him Electric Bitters
and he improved wonderfully from
taking six bottles. Its the best
Kidney medicine I ever saw,”
Backache, Tired feeling, Nervous
ness. Loss of Appetite, warn of
Kidney trouble that may end in
dropsy diabetes or Bright’s disease
Beware: Take Electric Bitters and
be safe. Every bottle guaranteed
50c at A M. Rueb s
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