Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
A TRAIN LOAD OP TOBACCO.
Twenty-Tour Carloads Purchased for
Lewis’ Single Binder Cigar
What Is probably the biggest lot of
all fancy grade tobacco held by any
factory In tne United States has just
been purchased by Frank P. Lewis, of
Peoria, for the manufacture of Lewis’
Single Binder Cigars. The lot will
make twenty-tour carloads, and is se-
lected from what is considered by ex-
perts to be the finest crop raised in
many years. The purchase of tobacco
Is sufficient to last the factory more
than two years. An extra price was
paid for the selection. Smokers of
Lewis’ Ring’e Binder Cigars will appre
elate this tobacco.
—Peoria Star, January 10, 1909.
Aunty (Just arrived)—Bless your
Marie—You needn’t waste any of
your blessings on him, atynty.
Marie—My former sweetheart
We’re mad at each other now.—
Constipation causes and seriously aggra-
vates many diseases. It is thoroughly
cured by Dr. Pierce’s Pellets. Tiny sugar-
People who take the will for the
deed never break Into the millionaire
The Farmer’s Son’s
WiJ»* wait for the old farm to become
your inheritance? Bovin now to
prepare for your future
prosperity and Indepen-
dence. A great oppor-
tunity nwiiits you in
or Alberta, where you
can secure a Freellomc-
—not a year froru now.
when land will bo high-
er. The profits secured
from tho abundant crops of
ttio raising, are
causing a steudy advance In
price. Gov cm in* n returns show
that the number o» settlers
Ins well as
that tho number o» settlers
to Western Canada from
the l). 8. was (10 i»er cent
larger in 1010 than the
It.any fkrmerfl have paid
1 or their land out of tt
IN JAYS OF ROBBER BARONS
Georpe Edict's Picture of Life When
They Inhabited the Castles of
Those ruins on the castled Rbtne
I have crumbled and mellowed into
j such harmony with the green and
I rocky sleeps that they seem to nave
a natural titness. like the mountain
ptne, nay. even in the day when tney !
1 were built, they must nave nad this
' tit ness, as II they had Deen raised oy
i an earth born race ■*bo bad inherited
trom their mighty parent a subtime
instinct ot form. And that was a day
it those robber barons were some-
what grim and drunken ogres, they
nad a certatn grandeur ot the wild ;
beast in them—they were torest boars j
with tusks, tearing and rending, not ,
the ordinary domestic grunter; they J
represented the demon lorces forever j
in collision with beauty, virtue and
the gentle uses ot life; they made a
fine contract in the picture with the
wandering minstrel, the soft-lipped j
princess, the pious recluse and the
That was a time of color, when the
sunlight fell on glancing steel and
floating banners; a time ol adventure
i and tierce struggle—nay. of living re- J
ligious art ar.d religious enthusiasm; ,
! tor were not cathedra.s built In those
| days and did not great emperors leave
j their western palaces to die before
i the Infidel strongholds In the east!
i Theretore tt Is that these Kblne cas-
i ties thrill me with a sense ot poetry;
1 they belong to the grand btstorlc Ufa
ot humanity and raise up lor me the
vision of an epoch. But these dead-
tinted, hollow-eyed, angular skeletons j
ot villages on the Rhine oppress me
with the feeling that human life j
I very much of It—is a narrow, ugly, i
groveling existence which even calam- I
Ity does not elevate, but rather tends j
to exhibit in all its bare vulgarity of j
conception; and 1 have a cruel con- i
viction that the lives these ruins are
the traces of were part of a gross
sum of obscure vitality that will he
swept Into the same oblivion wltn
i the generations of ants and beavers
George Elliot In "The Mill on the
rot pitu'piilvl ... •-».
particulars as to suitable location
and low settlers’ rate, apply to
yup*t of Immigration, Ottawa.
Can., or to Canadian Gov’t Agent.
125 W. Ninth St.. Kansas City, Mo.
PtMine wrto th#»arent nearest you
alcohol-3 per cent
AVegctable Preparation for As-
similating (he Food and Rcgula
ting the 5lomachs and Bowels of
- Infants/Child rcn
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Pcape of Old DrSAMUELr/TCffSR
Pumplun Seed ~
/tlx Senna *
Poehelle Salts *
Anise Seed •
Worm Seed -
A perfect Remedy forConstipa-
lion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP
Pac Simile Signatured
The Centaur Company,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
35 a OSes-35 Cents
^Guaranteed under the Foodaiijj
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THB OINTAUf COMPANY, NBW VONK CITY.
IF YOU HAVE
Malaria or Piles. Sick Headache, Costive
Bowels, Dumb Ague, Sour Stomach «nd
Belch ins; if your food does not assimilate and
you have no appetite, _ __ — —
will cure these troubles. Price, 25 cents.
COES ON LIKE PAINT; 100RS LIKE WAIL PAPER: YOU CAN WALH I
A beautiful illustrated book of 24 colors and Photo
graphs 11 -r 3 cents, bond von r na me a nd add rcss i. > I li
liLYSTOM-; VAItNlMI CO., Urooklyu, N.Y
FEATHER BEDS $10
NEW FIRST CLASS 40 lb. FEATHER BED!
THE STOKES FURNITURE COMPANY
BURLINGTON __ NORTH CAROLINA
Mill Eve Salve
.....'.Vi'. ■ ■ ■'
to OKLAHOM A CITY NAYSOKAi *tOC* »Aftl. t
Best I’Ok'/.n <Witl<t! '.WlTKA Sheep
CAROM and POCKET
LOWEST PRICES EASY PAYMENTS
You cannot afford to experiment with
untried goods sold by commission agents
—- Catalogues free.---
THE BRUNSWICK - BALkE - COLLENDER C0M?AN
M West Main Street, D«Dt. B, Oklahoma City, Okie
Last of Trentham Hall.
One of the finest country homes In ,
England Is soon to fall into the hand3
of the house wrecker This is the j
' famous Trentham hall, seat of the ,
duke of Sutherland, which has been j
made uninhabitable by the sewage ,
from adjacent pottery towns, which
lias been emptied into the river Trent. ^
i once the great ornament of the park ;
| The library and the works of art have j
| been disposed of. and now the house I
1 is to be dismantled and the estate
| sold Trentham hall stands on the
I site of a nunnery Which was in ex
istence In King Alfred s time It was
succeeded by an Augustinian priory,
wb'.ch again formed part of the old
hall, which passed into the hands of
Henry VII1 at the time of the disso
lution The king presented it to
Charles Rrandon. duke of Suffolk, who
had married his sister, and the house
and lands subsequently passed to the
old Staffordshire family, the Levesons
v. ho rose to eminence through Nicho
'as Leveson, a London merchant, wno
was lord mayor in 1539 The first
mansion of which anything definite ts
Known was built by Sir Richard Leve-
son. and was inherited by his grand
•leptiew. Richard Leveson-Gower, who,
succeeding also to the estate of the
.Gowers of Stellenham. another old
‘amily. united the two names, and
bunded the family of which the pres
tnt duke of Sutherland Is the head.
Sick and Ailing?
Backache, headache, weakness, nervousness, discour-
agement and ill temper—the pains and distress of womanly
weakness—keep many women from finding much pleasure
in life. They could be spared such suffering, and live in
comfort, if they would only benefit by the experience of
others, who have been helped to health and happiness by
Cardui, the woman’s tonic.
Mrs. E. A. Smith, of Goldsboro, N. C., in a letter from
that place, writes: “I had many distressing symptoms of
womanly trouble, before 1 began to
The Woman’s Tonic
Question of Titles.
“I’m goin' to use de show tickets
lat guy slipped me," said Meandering
"1 wouldn't go near a show wid dat
-What's de matter wit’ ‘Ten Nights
n a Bar Room?”’
"Is dat it? An’ 1 come near mlssln'
t! 1 t'ought it was ‘Ten Nights in a
My head troubled me, and I had a pain in my left
side. The physician who treated me gave me no relief.
After taking Cardui, 1 am now well. Cardui has helped
me very much, and I recommend it to all suffering women.”
Cardui is a purely vegetable, mild, gentle-acting tonic,
for women. Its wonderful success, in treating cases of
womanly weakness and disease, during the past 50 years,
is due to the fact that it goes to tiie cause of the trouble
and helps nature build up the womanly strength in a sim-
ple, natural way.
Try Cardui. It will help you.
& k -
Pink Eye, Epizootic
. t\ Catarrhal Fever
A\ \ Sure cure and positive preventive, no matterbow borseBaiany stage Are intected
\ \\ I] or "exposed.* Liquid *ri ven on the tongue; acts on th # Blood and Glands, expel*'ka
*] |)rj doIbououb tfermn i om tu - body Cures Li; t irper in Dops and Sheep and Choiera in
/l£/ Fouury I sel’lnpr »l o stock remedy. Cures l a Ortpj-e among human be'npr*
/'y andisaflr Kldner aed Oc and 81 a bottle, f 5 and ftlO a dozen. Cut this out
Keep It how t *ou ru-*print who i • get it for you. Fvcv Booklet -Distemper
Causes and Cures. .special ? ents wanted.
z?m MP.nicAi co. goshen, ind., u. s. a.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
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/m1/4/: accessed April 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.