The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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A ('©TTiNronfl PPW.K-ATION
OKTML UKNXBWEY PKI>S.
When you want a friend don't
boose a man whose children are
at rHid of hiin.
Though we nay el the world over
s„ ti-ul the beautiful we must carry
it with with i!S or we will nol find
A canvass is being taken of tin
U,wa «f Hennessey m order 10 11(1(1
MihH Democracy hasn't ncovered
from ht-r last di*Hppointmeil to be-
gin 10 "take notice" of new suitors.
It is uoT7robTb7e That the Kansas
militia will be culled out lo protect
the saloons from attacks by Mrs.
-a. Democratic reorjianiBerifcv* still
dutiful, but tbey don't stem able
iuElj OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY, 14.1901.
the WOIU.O At' I'KHWAllHS
This (Saturd y) evening .... —j |
I son of our esteemed citizen*. M'-j
and Mrs. Tlioinns Wakefield, nut
with avery painful accident. W hih I
the boy was anion;; the horm« one j
t-^wn 'i neuu ', «j ••• "* i .... ... i,„
the untilber church members and the tofind any democrats wiling to
After a prolonged silence, (din-
ing which time we had h sli.^ht UL"
tack of ihu '•Grippe" and Hevera. I kitkeJ" aU(J slrm.k lhc boy oil his!
other attacks peculiar to the human , ..... nr V V. Hie,Ion vsas|
race.) we again take "| tl10 Veu
J Jiff-rent religious preferences.
A plant tot the manufacture ol
•vit'.'itied brick is being put in at
Hennessey. They expect to have
briolt oh the market by March die
The Flemish word lor automobile
it "(inHlpaardslaootiBiier ipoorveupe-
troirijuig." Just imagine asking a
hall boy to call jou one of timed
Gov. Nash tins the best sentiment
of the countiy behind hill ill his
determination l« prevent .he pull-
ing off a prize fiijlit in his state.
Sensitive.southerner* nop add to
everv description of a negro lynch-
ing: "I* w!ls <lu'el an' orderly
scratch our head and try to think ol
something important to write.
George Klein's store is searing
W. E. Crabtvee returned from
Lv i n <iti s i i r Tii urnii a y.
I)r. K F. Hie'ioi a trip to
K ingtisher one ciav hst weeek.
Mrs. Henry Klein is reported as:
very low ai her home near town. j
.ower j «. Dr. E. F, Higdon was
called to dress the injuries. We
were informed that the bonn wa-
hroked and tlutthe little fellow will
lie obliged to take his lood by a ipiill
tor noun* ti int.
Resides the broken bone there was i
all open wound requiring Inurstilches j
to close it.
i).s Maxwell and Ne-bitt, ol
Watonga, were called to assist.
Mrs. Nation' liti-e hatchet has
stirred up a temperance sentiment
thai is likely to spread all over
Ka in-aa and perhaps extend to neigh
l'ralt county ciuK'-ns have asKeii
Represeiilalivt Hutchinson lo intro-
duce a bi II to make it misdemeanor
for ;iii) body K' Spit on tin llooroi a|
chinch or school house, lluichinsoii
Attend ilie t>t i anniveigary of
the "opining" in Kiel April, lOili
E F. Anderson made a trip 11001.
11 V\ N.N UU'Ci. auvi | I . —
d no cruelti s ere perpetuated. I Kingfisher a week (or more) ag . | llat.U|| | (ll B ,p,eilv end
Rev. Morgan, of the Christian I ll)H ht„r> |,t. h d intimated
protracted a g(tlC|, at the Loyal Legion
|banquet how he —ou.d vote on tie
Chas Philips IS erecting a neat | insular cases now b. ing Mmaid.red
tim only HOiWhSl EADERS.
Remember that I he lav
requires you to lnve voi i
Final Piuof Notice publico*
in the paper published near-
est your land, and reads s
on the bottom of each 1 in
Proof Notice. Remembt
this when vol' to prove
up. We lvave the blanks
and can make out all Hnai
Proof papers when you art
ready to have your notice
Kiel. Ok la.
Hon. Adlai Stevenson was in
Washington the other day, but he
didn't go to make arramreuents for
livinsr in tbut o'tv alter March 4th.
j church, is conducting
Perhaps the announcement that
D 15. Hill is trying tom>kea for-
tune practicing law is intended as a
V 11 as i nuips
cottage on h-s claim north-east ol j by the Supreme by huh.
town. Goi.m to bachii'g,< h, CliasV that his i.ma.U at th. banquet ho
, ,-..niiectioii whatever Willi those
1 urn running a first class bar-
ber simp. Uvcrytbinn in rirst-
My Work I Guarantee
Shop first door south of lum-
Mr. li 'b mi Snelling and family
hint to Dick C'roker, w ho may need j (ll_ N"r u'h- k^'1 Scent r; L.-g g-ve Congress aj
a Slick lawyer before l0n«. | his brother s, \ • • - ' I j.ain a nt e, t* Sena.or Moigan J T , Fuller, PrOpriet©f
— r~ i)(.,n;t"W"' w h" had CI II pi ioi d < f the fal.ure'
His appoinlnients have all I... , Th„ Wl,()|tm.,n ,ia'| IK „„w «-"n'|(if nt tll ,w,a izethel
so good mm, ven his political op- \ Th, (.aint, ,-ow holds n gu- J ^ th(. , avx (1,,nn. the wur|
do not expect President
,use. iiu.< ...... |1(,n..„,8 do not expect 1'resnle.H j ; evel-v teeond and four.h j he d- •■Th.
.ay be will prepare andjutroduce | M Kijl,HV to limk, „y mistake i« « ^ J]#v « mMMlh It 7:80 1*. .T.itv i! win, th. '
sue I. a measure.—lva .sa Cil) 1,mu" j jjnj, g the places providt d for in the j j1
An. v Ki ortrwu-eat'O'i.
I no special passage in yi ur lile
be n> coi spiom n> as lo airesl any
ruiiu's ailetiiion, let your character , ,,r ,,, tl|.eVent a Vote on tie j |jvlll,r ,n ,iiffer> i t lm-aliiies, end
i uholc^ innku *111 iuipi
for 1 he truth. Lei H we g t. j ,|ial ,>.e republicansTre eiiURgeri in j
however little, press ev rv t.u- it f.,reh.g a- extra session most ere Ml w.!(1 flin |or H<nu>bevs.o tide's
to" '1'"' away iroiu -ho wrouU t...ojl(lt, peonl- «i h b....^v.n gullib.e.|^ ^ w ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ u
?-l(^ _ j mt. 7\ .1tn1.ni w ilmnir .Is a j)itlch of w
Demoeralic Sen-nors whotillibust j vr„|,. two I«tiers 10 as many girls i
, .• to nreven! a vole on tie | Hvintr m <liff«- -' i t li «-nl"ni *s,
j Subsidy bill and t In i try to * 'a'"' || Q, j, ju one enve ope and
d,-h.\ i- mt wi.l. the eXt CU lve
| brainli . f the goven men so much
ertain voting man recently a.- « itn (> n r -s.
Mrs Nation is < ti" let! <575 a w -ek
bv a vjhicago theat 1'ical ma ag- r to
pl;.y ill "Tell Nights in the Bar
KoOi.i." She is ten mil t.tes in no-
K.nisa* joints play ing liavoc, and me
Joint -sis would ive anj thing if she
would stay at home.—Car \ i e Jour-
I The War Department is doing its
i I t'Ri to n a1 e Hp for the lime lost, by
i Co, gre-s • n i1 d ':>y bv rushing the
-rallies' au'hoiiz d bi- the Atmv
-;iHi "f town.
It will t e fun f ' hi y sliouid find
themselves iuior-oil' <1 in some coun-
ts' prison B y<, tak warn 11:
'Act. and' ir pa'ing 1.1 bring the vol-! and l-i other pe pes propel ts a I
j unteers hom-' f" m the Philippines.
It is 110w aiiiKiume 1 lii-.t Dave
ailed1 111,1 |N "i? '<l" rtU."
' |«is 1, v practice to h« ioiuf. a candi
j.Ute for li..- d mo ranc presi.
nun inalion in lMt,4. I hi- i" piob-
ab V" heel'use the in mm m I ic pa.ly
a< too imo I, 1 ngr, s-ni s iih its
\v.i, ioo to elioors*- Lb.veS 1« c *t.IiS
I .u clied hooiii a nituial case of
cause anil 1 ttee.t.
At $1.75 per cord, all
' good straight 4 foot
wood. Parties wish-
ing wood con gel same
by calling at the s-\t
14 of section 4 town
ship 18 range 8.
W. M. SHEARER-
O leiiliini-s men's own selfish in.
twitsis blind them to the tights ol
othi.-rs. This is the case when men
g, t ioo dei plv w rapped in their .i" n
aff. :i>. Toey only llnnk of ihein-
se I v * * s and theirs, lies cr of mis one
else unless it is ill coiiiioclion svith
some plan ol liu irs, W hen they
an ill -licit a sta'e iheir own
rile ma-ijuerade ball Thursilay
I „as a urand success in every respect,
-ilist11 centennial ! , ' , .
,, I The Vel'V b-st of order I rev.tllod the
a credit to the!
. ; entire evenieg
s to ti o«e who ^
, i hores, n
>om. When ho 1 1
Th ■ .1 hit Ma
c.eh b'*as i 'tis w, re
coni-trv as well
was named as the liisi (_d-o*f Jui-tico
of the U. S Snpi eine Coilt'l. le v
men r. cognizid tb t a triliiinal soon
in be kt-o en an tile greatest in too
world was l. ing t si ab'-ishei'i but it
> , t i . I o I a
vv « k ion ii as kucli In tore j onn , . .
W,,B , I VVeitz iei r.H-nt.d Co u.ubia. Am-t-
sl-ir-h li die-1 and it. has k pt up] ,. ..
y i jea's Qu. en Flower .,-n I. Mrs W.
h.s reputation- J, Suehing, P' pe-rn que n, Missj
About iwenty c
weie nt ii-ked. 1 re
follow ing ,re M'in of the personiti-
c .t tons as obhi i v, d l y v' ut niiI,
I'opss, Qi een of in arts. « as w1 !'
|.lased I'S Mr. Betini • Audits
Mrs. .1 Noel well played the pari
ounu bnde " Misr-
| H,,n t;i. r.iA. i o« ne didn't
ai o > hi- 11pposi11-ol to | lutocratic
I i-oi | ori-ti us to fio Ute extern of de-
I ollt.iog a Bnioy toil c 111 tie 1 ual
! '*ui■ i*■ 1 of ute of ti-' m 1' M'
! To \ neV ieo:ii < oU'iM'l 'sit t oe tel
lIn.it hi> political colltn-el the coin
I pan y will li ltd 'hit It haH 111 a 1C a
b d •■argain
Kiel I- ttUMiig firepor lions to
Ami lia j iiave a crowd on tl,e IUtti ol April
mice as laige as was here a year
l o o. r.
.ndffe \n III. I . O. m-ets otrBr"
at.ml*y evening In I. <> O-K- H^l - Alt
mun.bers are eani.wllv reque led lo ti ien«
reai.lai-ly VWIiIii? toolliers are .orrttalU
1 ii vii' 11 .1 • I'• ' -
H.K SI'IM'EH .N, ci. HTJiiU Kbyb
M sv or A.
to only live lo enjoy life thems. lvcn
ail I ai-ciiunilttte w hat they oan while
on Kavlli. l hev set-ill to think thai
this w ad they should live for.
seltishin s< more than « muter balance* J
their chaiitv. Thev do not liavei The new e.\t- nsoni "I tlie Rock
au\ regard for the rights, privileges ; Island now buihiing between Lib«-r-
and vvishes of others. They seem i al, Kansas, and E Pa-o, TeX. s. Is
being pushed i,,rward al. the rapid
rate of throe miles ol finished track
per d i v. Already thirty miles ot
the riudway I- ready lor the rails
,ici, in,--.- do not enjoy lile. The I and a large lorce ol graders is al
noTio-t and happiest 1 if■- is that ol I work seveial miles in advanoe ol the
the mall who lives and labors to track layers I he rapid progress
promote tne welfare and happiness i in layiioj; Vie track on this new ex-
of his lellowmen. To a man of this j tension is made possible by iismir a
kind there is real pleasure ill seeing nrw t1 sick lasii g machine. This
others made happy. Give us more j machine greitls I aoi t it a1, s the work
si-hole-soulcd, broad-minded, svide-| by delivering the ti« m and rails to
awake men svl.o are real promoter" j the workmen a-< last as needed,
of christian civilization. No man 'When this new extension is coin-
h)i •. ii I d he so foolish as to try to | ph-ted, the Rock Island svill have
gain lame or wealth, for, '-W hat is the longest |iiece oi straight track
uian, that thou art mindful f him?'' | ol any railroad in North America,
It can hardly be realized that, j the track being so laid that for a
"M:-.n passes from life to his rest iu [distance of i20
KI lit, (inn No. MIKI, ' ieet
event.nr m K |j m. Vl-ll
tlhill ltivle 4
I v< TV Tll"f■fiit."
_ nelKliborK cor
(. i i.e.'insr. V.
r |t. ( i,AUK, OlcrU
, o. Mrs. Natisn, Come to Kiel!
Alii-ie !-ci.alter, a yoiing maid, n I ... .,
, , () Mi'f* Null on, come to Kill
Mrs. T. Waketi.ld, Blue bird, un- u-
, • • i 1 Our <4Sour Ma^ii \on cm uy n
R'd hiid, Miss 1 i a U'.sh-;Ul ' ni •
H too bad it makes \ on i 'el,
bum. M<rninsr star. Mrs. t. i>.
., . | h, n ins l raise a w 111 sky l lot.
SneTi''!? a U'EE-ir, lleima'i fro, 1
. I i., tit loose, s our scathino tonstue, Cf
hi-lo r an E-iU'i liniati, unknown | . i -, 1
an r. . ' , ph:ll -„me errings.-ulsm is oiteh it.
S4i o* B«'v Blue , . h. v a'1 .
t> „ . Anil, lo ai«l Y'Mir Ur*l lung,
tict*. Sailor I o> Unknown, I J
.. Bring ab-ng your little hatchit.
(Jlowis, John W ashlmrn, Ut'o j J
vV ash hum, J "' Wushburu and F 1 (). JJ,-s. Nation, com" to Kiel!
B. Snelliinj. Many more characters , yl)r we ,,annoi do with- at you.
w r" personified but wo tailed to j The p I a n truth you will reveal
get their naiii.es. And convince old d in s about you
Don't forget the Masquerade on i
Feb. U'ind, at the Woodmen's llall.
a business trip to
cEKVff'KS 1 - "« • > • , ,,
^7 :v, evury Mllcn.uU? S!""Ila.v .:,t' */,
ivery Siiml iy nt. 10
Itev. livan, l'asior
08RMAN KVANGELIOAL tiHVQOE
crvifCH held every third Hmiday Morning
Hi, l J o'clock A. M. C.-nuiH-iirlnt S«pt -nii w
161 h \m
Kkv. Sand«B(jzki. I'asto.*
A. J. BURNS.
PAINTER, OKAlNEHiiml l'Al'l U-HANtiKI-
I.t-rtve orders at Moore's Uruis SWlo,
That sour m ash isSitan's drink.!
Be it Kti l's or Londonderry.
Wlien vou come here swim or sink
We'll pledge thee a flowing jeriy.
() Mrs Nation, come to Kiel!
" " I I
l-'riday, and returned Just to start a temperaiii e racket,
j L, t no grass grew 'n. a li your heel
. I Rut take the w hole town and sack it
<Jeo. Klein's store building is
John R vy mad
DP. PAUL FR1EDEMANN,
IMIVSIOIAN AM' SUittiKON.
9 a. ni. to V.i m,
1 p. m. fo J m>
aiut 7 p, m- to b p. •
Second Door. Sowt*
iles there ih Dot a iieo. lvienvs siore oumui.g j
Give sour iriasn tut*critics ieM,
th. uruve." Let ws work to the in-j curve. The new bridge on this ex- ', finished and bis stock ol groceries, ^ jf ()jij „Ke|lluck . can ,nateh it
tercst of all, and try to promote the teiinon, over the H -nth Canadian i .fry goods and implements, will be ' vou,(1 bu a w e|i,nme gue-t,
h ppine s el all. and wo will enjoy j Riyer, on which work begftn a tewlmtfvrd this ami next woek. llis
life ourselves, and in the end re*' days ago will be 710 Ieet long and | numerous patrons will meet dim -t
Bring along your little batihe !
ei'ive a just reward.
i 130 feet above the water.
his new staud.
■ By G. A. Toey.
Diseases of Weioco and
Uhiloi-oB * Bpeclalty,.,
E. A. BOONE,
PHVSIOIAN AKi> SUUOKON
|i^rtiiu to 8H
Au4i t LO c o m.
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Christ, J. H. The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1901, newspaper, February 14, 1901; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102432/m1/1/: accessed October 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.