The Freedom Express. (Freedom, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 17, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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The F reedom Express.
Tlxe Oxxl3r NewoFaper iFTa’blieixed. in iTcrtliweotern Wsra? Cfcvinty.
Freedom, Oklahoma, Thursday, Feb. 17 1910.
N umber 45
IF YOUR WATCH.
ii©e<?.3 r-jpairinE-, or your Olcclc
won't run, or ycaar Jewelry 13
■torolcoa. cx if yea -want seme
./^rtietia SvagraTriasr dLcao.'toriaer
tlx© wori-T to my repair depart*
merit and I ■\xrill so© that it is
Price* A1 way it Itetisuuuble, aril All Work (tu« rant ceil.
We Doth L'imo Mutiny If You* Don’t Do Thin.
We can put you next.
Our list contains only very
desireable land and we don’t
ask a cent to show it to You.
The LAND Ml N
.)>,!)it Fox iif Weldon Iowa cam#
in 1 in*,! I iy evening to vi*it Itiw
fatb«*r ‘ml brother# h«*r«.
Mi«a Mnl>1*I Walker i> artstwtini;
it* * iili iIih iluiiea of the paper bn#
in***j<* 'hie wi*« k
1 In* new school him tie in district
1j| ia nearly completed.
North Hide Hquiir*,
At uUItt call |itu>o«* No. DIO
(» VV A damn ami L. I'. Foster
were caller'* at the Express Olfioe
Tuesday and •eft an order for sale
bill* for G. C. Foter’# Bale which
will he held Saturday Feb. 26.
Mr. A, K. Melton has rented
Mr. Slierin Campbell*# farm for
this year. Sherrn is now out of a
jolt and will take most anything
that comes along he says.
G, A, l?pilv and wife, Mrs A.
Sp(dir«M, Mr. and Mrs MrDmald
were i>r.8innNS callers jn Freedom
TIip Hiiction sale at the city hall
Fridav and Saturday was not very
will aMended on account of the
ha*l w nthor
Uncle Jack Humes has moved on
bia new farm.
All kinds of Land Offioe Work
can be attended to before me
R A. Cameron, Alva Ukla.
See Walker and Fox if you are
interested in real-estate. We have
Remember the sales next week
and the next.
The mail service was tied up
yesterday on aocount of bad wo 'her
Jno Dygert and Jas flu
were turned off jury duty T
and returned home F
Shoe Looks ‘
Just think of the agony en*
dured before the ordinary shoe
allowed the foot to rest with
some sort of comfort.
Look how the foot spreads
out over the sole, not only
causing the foot to look de-
formed, but breaking out the
shoe at the sides.
Look at the
Note the symmetrical form of the
foot. How comfortable that foot
See how the Bradley Shoe retains
And this shape is retained because
the makers have made provision for
the “pinch” at the ball of llio foot by
specially devised shoe forms.
In simple justice to your feet you
ought to wear Bradley Shoes.
Bradley Shoes have been good
shoes foi* GS years.’ .They were tried
out by your grandfather and even Jj
your great grandfather and found to
be bonest, well-made, comfortable.
Bradley Shoes for Men
Sell at $3.50 and $4.00
Haiti by the Bradley &- Hetcalt Co.,
maker» dt good shoes since 1643. Wa
also hddi Other shoes ot their make tor
men, teamen and children.
Undkrtakkks ix Embalmers.
We carry the most complete line
of Caskts, Robes and under-
taking suppieS west of Wichita.
We are Practical
L mbalmers, with years
of experience, using only the
latest and most approved methods
Store Pbone, No 4?.
Residence Phones, Nos. 2t*Hor91.
Renfrew Furniture Company
Southwest Corner Square.
License Noe Kansas, 860, Oklahoma, 372
W. w. & S E. VINCENT.
All are in-
vited to the
• 4 f i
ARE YOU IN THE MARKET.
We have some bargains in farms*
Here are some dandies*..
160 acres 1 mile out. good house*
young orchard. 130 acres under eft
tivation, 65 aores wheat in excellent
condition, 20a pasture with plenty
of water, 10a hog pasture. This f
a snap if taken now. Price *4000.
160 acres 1 mile out,- wheat land*
100 acres in cultivation, young o 1'
chard, 2 good wells good water.
Must sell quick at $3600
lereby announce my cahdidaoy
he position as County Treasur-
f Woods County, subject to
You Ber, we make ’em.
. KCtS.. to $1.50.
Our job departmen
again U10 f'ore part
with orders for bills t-'~
Ward’s sale whi oh <*
Monday Feb. 28, Ne
sale wbiob occurs on B
Foster’s sale which is
Feb 20 and J. F. Ke
day Feb. 25.
This country raa Vi
nice fall df snd v last wet
ing Friday night and e
nearly all day Saturday ■ j
night a violent blizzard aWept
down updn ud which oontlnued all
day Wednesday. As feed is very
scarce much suffering among stock
is the result.
Tues.Uv morriiiur Ur. (J. L. Rog-
ers placed the family of George
\e.ger utu'l -* •«*• ipiarrantine be
cans** *»f dip *., • i * Si* case- have
airead developed f» *« « family one
cf wbiol* i- V"**> «e.< - Xo fu? ’
er spread of G.e ri «* « .■> u is antic-
paled if the in«ir. < : >i,« of the dec
tor >re "'rifctly followed an<i it is
hoped that ihoBt afflicted wifi sdon
le Woodman ball Monday
uot was a very enjoyable affair
A large crowd was present bent
n having a good time and stayed
util they had it. The financial
ain for the evening will help out
cely in building the new Wood-
man li all. Announcement was
uade for another dance on Tuesday
Feb, 22nd at the same place by the
Woodmen, so get your girl and
come help them have a good time
and build the hall If you haven’t
any girl coflie any way and bring
some body else’s girl.
A salad without THE ALTON
GOODS Vinegar and Olive Oil
ever can taste exactly right,
Not long ago one ot our farmer
frisnds dropped into one of our
stores and neked if the proprietor
could saVo him anything on mill
Stuff at Alva, Being answered in
the negative hfe replied that “he
guessed if ho couldn’t eave him any
thing had just as well buy it in Al-
va. Does that sound like d booster
spirit? An order for the goods
would have been honored as readi-
ly as the cash and our merchants
would have made the profit hut no
he would go to Alva and give the f
profitthere. We dont wish to carry J
the impression that we are harping!
against Alva but ask in all fairness,
if that will aid us in any way to
keep up Alva and boycott a home
m3n? Any Alva man would fifty
'rade at home where possible and
Four different kinds of Vinegar; ‘e°’t 1 >’°"r advantage?
Malt. Distilled, Sugar and Cider
aresold under the well known AL-
TON GOODS labelr i The Best aud only harmless 6t:m
u Ian is cm be found in good Tea
and Coffee Your grooer has THE
Raisin pie made with THE AL^ ALTON GOODS Coffee, a speoial
1 ON GOODS Seeded RaisitiB is atl' blend at 40c a oan, *,nd several
excellent dessen: ti«ds of Tea at Roc
Relinquishment on good land
will sell or trade.
160aores 4 miles out, 100a id
cultivation, 15a fenced to hog pas-*
ture, 20a pasture, goodnew three
room house, good barn, grauary?
cistern, 2 good wells, young orchard
a real snap if taken now at $3200.
167 acres 2 miles out, 50 aores id
cultivation. $1600. $500 down, bal-
ance on easy terms.
280 acres 4A miles out. 100 aCri
under cultivation, balance pastui
100 acres more good land unbroke
good well, soft water, house, grar
asy and other buildings. A snap ;
taken now. $5000.
Relinquishment on good
at $300 some improvements.
Half section good land $4000
Lots of snaps and wfe will gladv
ebow them to yoti.
Walker Realty Co.
f U the ll:l
BUCKBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED!
Made to build Her Barlnew. A trial trill ’
make you oar permanent customer.
F-. ize ■Joilectlol
11 the finest; Twrwlp. 7 spier; ObL»b, 8 best varle-
tiat; 10 Sprint"flow«Hnf r&netles in all.
eCAKANTEF.D fO PUASE.
Write to-day; Mention this Paper.
SEND 10 CENTS
i to ftwaf p«Uf« Bad p*;k og Bad r«e«e* Ikii volaftblf .
i eoiifct'QQ ot !“-e46 po«t aid. iof*ihsr with bj hi* i
A laBtrartlro. Ueaatl^l Peed and Plan* Book, J
t#:la all aboo% Beat' \ri*U«a of San, Plan u. ate. *
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Walker, H. G. The Freedom Express. (Freedom, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 17, 1910, newspaper, February 17, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc952114/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.