Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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AGRA R. F. D. 2
John Fick is thr. shing K II
S D. Shvmb l)hcI the misfortune
to clip the end off his finger Wed
nesday morning while topping
Robert Biles is trailing sclnn
Mr, H S. Mullen <t Vitnghn,
New Mexico is visiting his broth
er Sam Mullen and also J, J. l'J
Forest Salzman and Alvin Dilll
man have bought tne crop on tie
Jv C. Ulmstead place of M A
Mendenhall and are picking it out
WAHTED--A RIDER ASENT
|f| EACH TOWN and district to ride mid exhibit a sample Latest Model
“Ranger” bicycle lurnb bed by us. Our agents every where are making
money fast. tVrit* for fall particulars and special otfcr at once.
NO MONEY REQUIRED until you receive and approve of your
which time you may ride the bicycle and put it to any test you wish.
If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the
bicycle ship it back to u< at our expense and yon will not be out one cent.
C/h'YftbV We f-.irai li the highest grade bicycles it is
ikUEvdi rrdwKw possible to mi’Ice at one small profit above
actual factory cost. You save $10 to *•.>:> middlemen's profits by buy-
ing direct of irra ml have the manufacturer'll guarantee behind your
bicycle. DO NOT F”J Y a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone any
price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory
Prices and nmarkabie special Offers to rider agents.
'You Will EE ASTONISHED ......
'fttlhj b'W piirr.4 wo ran
Iona money than any otlie
A LEAS. y<
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w.-. -— ..........you can bell our bicycles und
Orders filled the duy received.
rocelvo our beautiful catalogue
*rb models at the uwiidcr*
i profitaltove factory cost,
ler your own uame platoat double our prices.
K V WI <J S'*-L1# nud tudv our superb model sat the u’«
make you this year. Wo sell the lit chest grade blcych
■r factory. Wear >: atlshed with91.00provltalmvefactory
■a tinea tueaay received. . . ,, ,
NO HAND EiCYCLLS. Wo (lo not rcvularlv lmndlo second band bicycles, but usually have
™ a Dumber on hand taken in trade !»/our Chicago retail stores. Tuoao wo clear out promptly at prices
ranging from $3 t<- $8 or$10. Descriptivo Bargain lists mailed free.
K6S single vshoefn, Impcrted^ro’lor chains and pedals, parts, repairs and
00 Hciigelhtrs Pa jetere-Prcof !1
' The regular retail p^icref thrir tirei iVfo
$10.00 per pair, but lo,introduce toe ~~~ ~
will sell you a sample pair for $t.S0[casl. >./■*• order $4.55 ./•—"^V'—»■ ——f /‘Y
NAILS, Tacks, or Class w:fl not lot the rir out. ^
A. hundred thousand pairs sold Inst, yoar. *'
....................... & ^__
riding, very durable and lined inside wi n
a special finality of rubber, which never
comes porous and which clones v > .*
pu iictu res w ithon t- alio w i n -T t- li e a i r
l,»» , *V. i, n, 1/ l,. , , f 1,, t I n j f tv aim ent 1^1
1r t'j esf-aoe. ! M* ,.
STATE OF OHIO, CITY 01 TOLEDO 1
LUCAS corNT Y. 1
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is seinor paitner of the fit m
of F. J. Cheney <fc Co , doing hnsi
uee8 in the City of Toledo. County
and State afotesaid, and that said
firm will yay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for em-
end every ease of Catarrh that
cannot be cuted by tbe use of
Hall’s Catarrh Cure
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, this 0th
day of December, A. D. I860
A \V. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
terually, and acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of gameupto
system. Send for testimonials j 200 yards,
F. J CHENEY & CO , Toledo, o
Sold by all Druggists 75c.
Take Hall’s Family Bills for con-
to prsvont rim cutting. Thi9
tiro wit! outlaut any other
, j maka-SOFT, ELASTIC and
is *10.Ul» per pair, dui> lorauvi-ri i.sir-r pniposo- we pi-o u LAO Y RIDING,
making a special factorv u: i -a to tiia rH-r of o-.tr $4.S0|-r pair. All orders skipped same
day letter is received. V o r.’il>» C. O. )). o.i fcpprr.v. I \ on do not pay a cent until you
have examined and f tnrd i Vm strictty r , :--i t.■•!
Ul liWIl/U 111 u WllUin oCUtO-I. * 1 ‘ .’ ’ 1 — ‘ - 1 ' ' ‘ ■ ■
an ordinary tire, the puncture r“<!:;tln*.- onnlii'-s Ir-n.g
given by several layers of thin, s; - ..illy |wt..-.r ‘I
fabric on the tread The regular »:rlee of these i res
is $10.00 per pair, but, foradvert’sl
have examined and f our a r^m srrp-uy r . m -h. «i.
We will allow a cash difeoun! cl '■ i r cent < tboiV. s n :.;iug ihc ju »<*o > pep pf*ir) If von Fen-1 FULL c asm
WITH ORDER and enclono tl-.la u«t\ .Uyeim-vt. \ ft r;a no r • U m s n.i • us uu oi t-r tn tbo tins may be
returned at OUR e.vpeiiNO 1C for any r<-:‘s(U tLov n- uot nut: fa-.orv on exui"iuatton. \s .• .»ro i»erfeetly reliable
’ ’ uslsaspftfoev It’ir. I ink. If y« i onUra pa r of tlira* lin\«. you will iln.l tbaf they will rule
lire you *mve ever use,i or wen at any prleo.
cycle you will give uh your order. We want
any kind pt .\nv prleo until you nonrl f.>r a pair of TTodjrntbom
i-binefuro-l'-ottf prcrion ciu I tr ■ l «tc ILo special Introductory
and money sent to us t is 11 a pair of these tin . you will And that they Will rids
easier run faster wear better, last Ion* tend liner than so tire you bn #*ver used or wen ut any price.
We know that you. * ill bo ho wed pleased i atwbr-n v • ■ waut n lucyclo you will give us your order. We want
yon to send nsainal order at once, beuoe tl ir..... offer.
IF YOU N££?J TIMES
W W mm* rrntm * w m a mmt 11 ’ • < ' . r • 1 ', I i * ■ < ' ' ■ \ I , I 1 I ' * i I ' I u<' in ' IUI lllinniUlT1 ‘ y
price quoted above; or write for our blaTireaud tuudr7 t’Jia»o :ue avUUvi dose v bvj and 1 notes all makes and
kinds of tires at about half tin usual pr.eeF.
rite u.J a postal today. DO «DTTKi*»r OF NUY7NCI a bloyplo or a pair of
-----...» ..... . ...... ......... Vi... - on. 1 ...... . 0..! v-0 ttro inakiDK.
1. #1/1 JU/1T AM Air but wrD-e Ur» a postal today, do hottv'^ of a btc?
II i eXILp U » W§-qS a tires fr««m anyouo uui 1 v »u know tbe new and w,,:i *:rful offers
It only costs a postal to learn everythin;'. Write 11»-v V*/.
You can buy no better gun
for target work and all
handles .2 2 short,
long or long-rifle cartridges
i perfectly. The deep Ballard
rifling develops maximum power and
accuracy and adds years to t!io hie of rifles.
Tlie .olid lop i. protrctini f rora dcf*ctive —.r.vonts powder an<t
■ faies from bffir.g blown back. Tbe aide ejection revet !et««Kctec1 ib .!•
spoil your bear! and allows quick, accurate repeat sb ti. V !tn«»ripJe is. e-
down construction, removable action p.ar**.—Vas* :nrt« f f any .i.- ~di* l «
Cit\ and Wannetta Tarr, Oklaho-
Claud G. Osboru, Chandler and
Eugena Bauzau, Carney.
Homer S. Hale, Avery and
Madge M. Dosly, Aveiy.
Pa Sko Na Tub, McCloud and
Slia Na Kuna Quah, McCloud.
Both the blushing bride and
manly groom in the last pair are
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The Pacific Monthly of Portland
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splendid articles about the various
industries in the West. The Sep-
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number bad a beautifully illustrat-
ed article on iSuccees in Growing
Apphs, Other articles shortly to
be published are Success with Live
St, ck, Success in Growing Wal-
nuts, Success with Fodder Crops,
These articles are written by ex-
perts, and are not only authorita-
tive but very interesting
in addition to the above, The
Pacific Monthly each mouth pub-
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wholesome, readable stories and
strong independent articles on the
questions of the day.
The price of The Pacific Monthly
is $1.50 a year. To introduce it to
new readers, it will be sent for six
mo nhs for $0 50 if this paper is
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down construction, r^movatde action pan*, -as*:
_ quickest and easiest lo dean. A great vacation rid
Tlie 136 pave 77?<7r///2 catalog
will b« Ip yoa decide what rifle
best atits your individual desires.
Send 3 $1 j-nos for it today.
Ask any gun d. .»Lr.
77ie 7/7arfin firear/ns
42 Willow Street New Haven, Conn.
over and above what you fig-
ure your sale at, can easily be
realized by having a success-
ful Auctioneer to cry your
HUDIBURGcan get the best
results and his experience in
all lines of the business is a
guarantee that he will g e t
what your goods are worth.
Make your dates with him
through the Times Office at
The high winds of last Saturday
and Sunday did much damage to
Miss Gertrude Bowlin liaa been
visiting the past week with Mis
Pole Be I ford.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kalka are
the proud parents of n 10 pound
boy born last Saturday night,
The sale of S. W. Johnson was
well attended last Friday.
Miss Maggie Powell returned
Monday from a few days visit at
the home of A G Anderson near
The following marriage licenses
have been issued during the past
Thomas 8. Bateman, G handler
and Mary B Clark, Chandler.
Claud K. Kinder, Qklahoma
COL. S, B. POWELL’S
C 1. S B Powell will cry sales
on 1 he fallowing named dates and
Nov, 15, Marshall and Harry
Harry Hetherington 12 mile
south and 5 east of Cushing.
Nov. 20 J. A Barrington and
w. W. Hopper 2 miles north and
2 miles weBt of Arlington and 0
miles east of Sparks.
Nov. 22, W. A. Mendenhall at
the John Olmstead farm 6 miles
south of Agra, 7 inileB north of
Nov. 2B J A. Elliott 1 1-2 miles
south and 0 east of Stroud-
Nov. 24, Mrs. Boxley 1 1-2
south and 4 east of Agia.
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Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1911, newspaper, November 16, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911108/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.