Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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QUEEN CITY TIMES.
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VOL. 5. AGRA, LINCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY,
JANUARY 12, Util NO. is
Charles Stewart moved out on
the farm Monday, which he recent
ly purehesed from his brother Jas
He will reside there unless he can
get a share renter, in which case
he will move to town.
Mrs. Andrew Ward was taken
ill last Thursday with bronchial
pneumonia and was for several
days in a very bad way, but at
present is rapidly recovering.
Mr Fred Hecker arrived from
MouncJa Oklahoma Tuesday even
big being summoned to the bed
i1' of his father.
This offiice printed bills this
week for a public sale to be held
by D, J. Israel 3 miles east and
''l south of Parkland on Thursday
Jan. 26. Mr. Israel is preparing
to move to California and is sell-
ing a fine lot of horses, mules, cat
tie, etc. It will pay you to attend
24 doz White Leghorn chickens.
x SAVES TWO LIVES,
‘•Neither my sister nor myself
might be living today, if it had I
not been for Dr King’s New Die
cove" ” writes A. D. McDanald*
of Fayetteville, N (J., R. F. D
No. N, “for we both had frightful
coughs that no other remedy could
help. We wTere told my sister had
consumption. She was very weak
and had night sweats but your
wonderful medicine completely
cured us both. It’s the best I ev
er used or heard of ” For sore
lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage,
lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, crou(
whooping cough,—all bronchial
troubles—its supreme. Trial bot
tie free, 50c and 81 00. Guaran-
teed by A M. Rueb,
A Mr. Shoemaker from Eureka
Kaus. who purchased the Agra
Hotel property arrived Tuesday to
take possession. He will put it in
good shape by replaetering. paper
itig, etc. before opening for the
Postmaster Prowant is nursing
a very sore left hand at present,
caused by the rim of a broken
valve wheel cutting into the fleshy
part of the thumb. Persons who
are unfamiliar with complicated
In the Hall at Agra on
Wednesday Night, January 25
Dr. James S. Myers
Will Lecture on one of the foIIoWing subjects:—
“The Romance of Achievement”
“The Era of the Common Man”
“Union Labor and the Golden Rule”
This is the Third Number ol the Lyceum Course,
and under no consideration should you miss
hearing Dr. Myers Lecture.
The Tichenor Produce Co.
Pay the Highest CASH Prices for
Butter, Eggs and Poultry
Also Keeps on Hand a Supply of
was an Agra visitor Friday. The
doctor was in town on business,
but we do not believe that it was
connected with securing patients
for his institution, altho he stop
ped in and had a long chat with
♦ he editor—See the joke?
Since the tire most everybody
is on the lookout to prevent a rep
etition of I lie occurrence, and to
this fact Ripley probably owes
Messrs S 0 Story and Thus
Marks the credit for saving their
town Sunday. While entering
the town a little girl rushed out
of a feed barn yelling “fire,” these
gentleman jumped out of their
buggy and rushed into it where
flames were diseovere 1 reaching
to the shed roof—a man having a
team hitched there on hearing the
outcry dropped a bucket of water
he had been carrying and rushed
to save his team, Mr, Marks catch
iug up the bucket dashed the con
tents on the tire and quenching it
before it had made much headway.
Mr. Geo. Hickman and family
; moved to town Monday and are
now living in the Shinn property.
Grits, Oyster Shell, Ground
Green Bone, Etc.
“It. makes ’em Lay” TICHENOR, Agra.
machinery had best confine their
activities to the main feed pipes of
a wheelbarrow until the weather
thaws them out.
Two marriages of interest, to
the community nave recently tak
en place, with one exception the
contracting parties being well
known here as they have lived
Miss Merle Parsons was married
in El Reno on Wednesday Jan. 4
to Mr. W. If. Merchant, who is
General Manager of an insurance
company. They have gone to
housekeeping in Oklahoma City.
Miss Viola Price, niece of Dr
and Mrs. Jno. Sanders, and James
Edgecomb, brother of our Prof
Chas. Edgecomb were married at
Sayre Okla. ou Saturday Jan. 7th
Mr. C. G. Crow who lias but
recently returned from a visit to
Okemah is at present confined to
the house with rheumatism.
Mrs Bartlett of Chandler is pay
ing Mr. and Mrs. A. M Rueb a
visit at present She arrived Sun
between the Gawthon Gin and J.
VV. Oliver’s a pocket book contain
ing $6.22 and papers. Finder re 1
turn to W. H. Castator, Agra.
OLD SOLDIER TORTURED.
“For years I suffered unspeak-
able torture from indigestion, con
stipation and liver trouble,” wrote
A. K. Smith, a war veteran at Erie
Pa , “but Dr. King’s New Life
Pills fixed me all right They’re
simply great ” Try them for any
stomach, liver or kidney trouble.
Only 25c at A. M Ruebs.
Dr, Frank P. Davis, Superin-
tendent of the Institution for the
Feeble Minded, located at Enid
Mr. Hecker, one of our old and
esteemed citizens who for the past
j'ear has had to have constant at-
tention owing to failing mental
powers, escaped notice Monday
evening and wandered away from
home and was not found for some
time when dk <vered it was found
that he hud fallen and believed to
have sustained severe internal in-
juries which owing to his advanced
years and weakened health cause
Win. Seelig Commissioner First
On our editorial page we print
an article in regard to the Seelig-
Morrow case, and wish to say that
since that was set, up and printed
we have learned that the case was
decided last Friday, the feeling in
the matter becoming so strong
that Morrow simply “laid down”
not resigned as some might say,
for he had nothing to resign, ex-
cept a certificate of election pre-
sented him by a crooked Election
Board. We rejoice to know that
Judge Seelig has secured his
rights, which should never for a
moment have been denied him.
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