The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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THE KIEL PRESS.
A ' ■ .iiIIihliui rubllctUitn nfl)i« lleuuiw,)
Prise Per Year,
K iL*nul ut tiio poit oflirn at Kiwi. Okla..for
1 rm. emission through the mails tut iecoud
l'ubh*hfri evi*ry ThurwtfJiy m Kiel Okla
.1. H. Crist, I'roprietor and Editor
*rKBOLM>HH tUKjaafV JBtiT,
of New York.
For Delegate to Congress,
Hon, ft. T. FLYNN.
F. L. WINKLER.
J^or Representative itfth District,
WALTER U. M'EVENS.
t or Treasurer,
\V. K. KELLEY.
Altona L'ow uship.
Ke'gistei o. Deeds*
C. II. MlLLEtC.
For County Clerk,
W. W. NOFFS1NGER.
For Probate Judge,
J. M. GRAHAM.
For County Superintendent,
G. L). MOSS.
A. E. STALNAKER.
For Public Wei ' her,
ANDY Me KNIGHT.
R. \Y. BROWN.
for Commissioner 3d District,
— l iuijii ii ——rf tow ww)
I>oi..v—Jo ?4r. and Mm, John
W alters last Saturday, a biy girl.
••.Inst as happy as the big sun-
I hat nods and bends in the
XIis heart is:
••As light as the wind that blows
The leaves I rem off the trees."
"Rally Rtotnd the Flag Bap"
Everybody attend the Flynn
neeting in the big tent next Wednes-
lay, '.he cJ$th, at I o'clock P. M.
I'his will bo the last Fljnn meeting
n the C. and A. country this fall.
On Thursday evening October ii5
■I. C, Huberts, F. L. Winkler and
■V. W. Noffsinger will address the
citisens of Kiel and vicinity in the
ngtent on the issue of the clay from
e republican standpoint.
Bird Meguire, Deputy United
■iiatefi Attorney, will speak in Kiug-
isher,Friday evening, October 36 li,
t 7:30. He is one ot the very best
I leakers on the republecan roster
• nd well qualified to propound, ez-
jotitid and defend the issues of the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
First Published Oct. 18ih, 1900.
Department of the Interior,
Land Office at Kingfisher OfcU.,
Oct. 15ih, L900.
Notice is hereby given that the
lollowiu^ naiueil selller tjas filed
notice ot h"s intention to nwtke finai
prool in support ot his claim, and
l ti at salt! psvol will be made belore
me Register and Receiver id the
U- IS. Land Office at Uinglisher,
Oklahoma, on Jan. 7th, l'JOl, viz:
H. E., lu.4t>4, lor lue li e | ol
rtec. 8, ill township 17, N oi Kuuge
t , vv.
lie names the following witnesses
lo prove Ins continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land viz:
George I. Cheney, ot Kiel,
David We bo, " "
Uurel Joliuson, "• «'
A. T. Walker, «
Euouy D. Buoiv.vi.kk,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Fast published Oct. Itstfi, 1900
Department ol Ujc Interior,
L.ind Ollice ai Kingfisher, Okla.,
Oct. 13th, 1900,
Notlec is iiereOj given m. I ilie
lollowlng nameil selUer lias rilej
iiotiue ol Ins intention to make lin.i
| rool in support vl bis oi ai iiuiij
llial said pl'ooi wili.be Ulaiie Oeiore
Register anil Receiver at Kingfisher
Okla., on Nuv J4i.li, 190U, viz:
JUliN h A1ULLKN,
lor llie n ti Sue. 34, Twp. 16,
Range 9, W.
Ue names toe lollowing witnesses
to prove Ins c^u.iuiuous residence
upon and culm .ion of said land v iz:
liioiuas M. Venable, of Kiel,
Perry Loiugau " >>
Calvin Mnuli, " i
R' belt Love,
E.MOUY D. Bhownikk,
1 lie w heal in Uiis region of coun-
try is looking exceptionally tine this
Mr. Rippy and family made a
trip up north-west of Kiel Sunday.
Misa IVIartha Wabllng went out to
b«r School last Sunday afternoon.
lt#ef steak for supper at Toohey'n
J Mr*. Alta Gilchrist has had a
tasty, new .-ij_n placed in (rout of
her niiliuery emporium,
Mrs. Alooiiy is on tlie sick list.
J D. Crist and 11. Martin went
over to Hennessey last Friday and
1 he quail law was out last Tues
day. Cj-iails a;*e now ripe,
W. F. Dimick and wile and .Mr.
Lindley spent I uisday with J, D.
Crist and others of Kiel, and return
ed< to Hennessey Tuesday evening.
Grandpa Cronkhite and Mr. Trof-
par drove over to Omega and back
It is just -what Kiel has always needed.
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Christ, J. H. The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1900, newspaper, October 18, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102609/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.