The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1902 Page: 8 of 8

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''or Reliable work anil hij;li grado
- Odn go to c. U. Calhoon, the
iding Jeweler of Kingfisher.
. Every piece of work guaranteed
n«i all goods replaced if they do
'liot work as represented, Do not
be misled by others hut go where
you can gel Reliable goods.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks Jew-
elry. <Jut Glass, Musical Instnl.
Incuts, Good wall Optician.
C. D. Calhoon,
East Side Main Street.
Kingfisher, O. T.
t*ave youi pictures, for enlarge-
I'lt, with J. A. Taylor,
Kiel, O. T.
,111 at the office and get
ik Deeds, Mortgages, and
of legal blanks.
Mr. Cox went to Hitchcock
Plowing is the order of the day in
this locality at present.
•:"a<l ^BEPERS and
. sold lit
lek'g '
^ -'mc :i Offer for liioy.
^ Saloonkjjhpehh; The Po
lilL E G/.ZET 1'JB for 13 weeks and
our new Bartenders' Guide, contain-
ing recipes for all mixed drinks
*1.00, net.
To Uabbkrs: The POLICE
GAZETTE for 13 weeks and Bar-
bers' Book of Recipes, just publish-
ed—$l.uo, net.
Richard K. Fox, Publisher,
Franklin Square,
New York City.
Farm For RentT
In Dewey County, 7 miles south
of Ceiling, 150 acres farm land, 170
acres pasture. I wish to leave
Block on the place. See or address,
Kiel Pkess.
For Sai.b—One wagon, one sulky
plow and one set work harness. AH
good as new. For further particu-
lars call at this office.
Fou Sale—
China brood
Grain Humphrey, of Kingfisher
was in the city Tuesday.
Mrs J. A. Royer lelt Monday
alter a low day's sl*y in Kiel.
We had a good ram Friday,
which was highly appreciated.
C. B. Sherwood went to Hennes*
sey Thursday returning Friday.
A. A. Payue was a ulasant caller
at this office Saturday morning
J. A. Martin went to Kingfisher
Sunday and returned Monday.
O. II.
. P. McDowell made a
business trip to Kingfisher Saturday.
J. \V. Spradlin has purchased a
new buggy and is now cutting quite
a "swell".
J. L. Kinder left Monday for his
place west of Watonga to harvest
his broom corn crop.
Hauson Anders, a fanner living
west of town, left us a couple of fine
melons a few days ago.
U. G. Callisou came out from
Kingfisher to speud Sunday with
his family at this place.
John Warreu came oyer from
Hitchcock Sunday evening and re-
turned Monday morning.
Fi ank Martin left for the new
country Tuesday to spend a few
weeks improving his land.
15 head of line Poland
sows br^ by a full
O. 1. C. inquire of F. ^T^ucki 2
miles north and l£ east of B :?1.
\N anted:—50 men, women and
children to have their pictures made
at the Kiel Studio.
J. A. Taylor.
I am prepared to do all kinds of
Jewelry repairing. Watch repair-
ing a specialty. Call and see me,
at the Moore Drug Store.
J. F. Hidbabd, Jeweler,
Kiel, Okla.
J. A. Taylor and A. B. Cavett
made a trip out to George Barn-
harts larm south-west of Kiel last
1 uesday for the purpose of taking
some pictures of his residence.
Mrs. 11. M. Ross left last week
for Missouri where she will speud a
few days visiting friends.
Perry Lonigan returned last
1 hursday from Hydro, where he
weut the first of the week.
A. Brox J. II, Crist and Miss
Nina Crist went to Hennessey Fri-
day and returned Sunday.
Having bought our new line of a-oorl*
for spot cash we can sell
and are going to show you the best val-
ues ever sold for the money. We have
a snap in ladies' shirt waists, which we
cheaper than they can be bought in the
city of Chicago or any where else. If
you can show us as irood a value for less
money we will make you a present of
one. Come in and get them.
Yours For Trade,
23olknf>acfy & ^Ktcsc
W. G. Rippy come up from
Hydro the last of the week to
transact business at this place.
Albert Yorke come up from
Hydro last Thursday to spend a few
days at his home near this place.
Mrs. Feigel received the lamp at
Walter Eddington and Irving
Moody came down from Okeene
Tuesday evening to take in the
dance alter which they made a
light drive back to Okeene.
There was a grand ball given at j
the new Meyer & Brinckineyer
building last Tuesday eveuing and
all present had a fine tune. Ice
cream was served by Mr. and Mrs
the school house Saturday night as
a prize to the prettiest young lady.
John Hankison returned from
Homestead the last of the week,
where he has been for some lime
Threshing was suspended in this
section of the country a day or two
last week on account of the recent
Dyspepsia Cure' TUBF EXCHANGE,
[For Fine Wines, Liprs, I Cigars
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
6tomachs can take it. By its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
Cured after everything else failed. It
Is unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It can't help
but do you good
Prepared only by E. g. IjeWitt & Co., Chicago
Alio*' boUlecontains2'/4 ti sues tbc 50c. size.
"?• P r°p.
A p> mil, nt democratic politic-
ngton is quoted as say-
1 i'v iemocratij party goes
to sch< io K(i mistakes in' to
learn ho* to ,uake more mistakes."
A vote cast for the
party is a vote cast for a known poi
icy and one that has proven its wis-
dom. A vote caRt for the democrat- j
ic party is a leap in the dark and an 1
endorsement of a policy no one can
d eli ne.
James and loin (Jliue, who have
been quite sick with typhoid fever
for some time past, are steadily
Meyer and Brmckmeyer's building
at this place is progressing nicely,
and it will soon be ready for
1 he Misses Mattie and Lizzie
Moore returned Friday from El Reno
where they liaye beeu for the past
four weeks.
Trade Marks
Copyrights Ac.
John Barnutt made final proof on
lePu,'licau I his claim north of town Monday.
He now has a home for some
looking orphan.
1 he newest thing in ordnance is
a shell that does not explode until
its "penetrative ability been
exhausted," or until it has reached
its final destination. Its penetrat-
ive power is said to equal fourteen
inches of Kripp armor, two inches
thicker iliau that used on any battle
ship in the world.
J. A. Polley called at the Pkess
rtice Saturday and left us a sample
of bis Alberta peaches. They were
some ot the finest we have seen this
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invent mrc U nmhohlo n-itani „Kt /">
., iwvu. ii >'UI V'flllMIU 11 U.
Invent Inn Is probably patentable. Cmnmunloa-
tinna fltrlctly conBdeutfal. Handbook on Patent*
eeiit tree. Oldest agency for securing patouts.
Patent* taken through Munn 4 Co. recalva
tfxrial notice, without charge, in the
Scientific American.
a handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir-
culation of any sclentlQo Journal. Terms. *3 a
SaVi'saaf ' JP^^s. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36lBro,dM - New York
Branch Office, 626 F Bt„ Wajblmiton. 1 . C.
Talks both English and
German. Beat and cheap-
est crier in the country.
Conditions made known 011
Kiel, Okla.
For first class reparing ot
harness and shoes call on
At the pioneer harness
shop, first door east of the
l>reR- W. M. Hawkins, Vice-Pres.^
R, H. Ewart, Cashier.
Insure your farm and town
perty with J. D. Crist.
Artist (proudly waving his hand
at the finished picture)—You have
no idea how difficult it was.
Critio (thoughtfully)— ll'ni—a
little too difficult, 1 think.
Rev. Herod preached at the school
house Sunday night. IIis exhorta-
tion to the skeptical members of
the church was well delivered.
G. II. Bollenbach and C. II.
Riese returned from Kansas Ciiy
Saturday, where they have been for
I be ice cream social at the school1 a few days replenishing their stock
house last Saturday evening was j Gf merchandise.
well attended ami was a grand buo-
farmers and Merchants' flat^of J^iel
Your deposits and business solicited.
Contents of safe are insured against fire,
burglary and day-light robbery
Call at
The Pollard Restaurant.
MEALS 20cts. $2.75 PER WEEK.
Second Door West of the Hardware.
cess $77 being cleared above all
expenses. The lamp which was
awarded to Mrs. Feigel brought $51.
No we dont claim any boom for
Kiel. She is making a steady and
substantial growth that continues
under all circumstances and makes
Ler apmuantnt fixture.
A colored woman in N. Y. State
has just discovered that she is >
longer a slave. Sho hail betn
brought from Kentucky by an old
soldier, upon his return from the
war, who, it is alleged, sold her io
one Silas A. Snell. An attorney
has brought suit to recoyer fc'2,000
to* her services.
The able men which the republi-
can party has sent to the Senate are
a sufficient guarantee of the ability y
of the party to meet every emergen-
cy. To contrast them with the
Senators who represent the democ-
racy in tlifc upper chamber of (J' i
gress would be rough on medioy

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Christ, J. H. The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1902, newspaper, August 14, 1902; ( accessed April 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History,; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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