The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 12, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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THE N.,el PRESS.
We Are. Not
II. Cavktt, Kilitor mid l'tibli...hci.
Pricc Per Year
Price Six Months
Price Three Months,
K«ll®rc,l nl I lie l>osl ""I"'11' ,v" 1 "u''
tmnainlMdiiii H"' n,;,!l> -l"
clans in all «r
PuUllnlicl evury Tliur <l y In Kiel Okln-
Hitchcock Mer. Co.
A minister lit 1 Iioiiihh create,I a j
sensation when lie reii'.l the names
on a saloon |>et it ion f'om tin' «>nl| it. I
Wi will I'i'l llii- |>ii|ier ui ain l a]
jiewter nickel tli:«t there wan uf> «<•
(lute heii|ieckry H"tnH " l,,ore
than one Th.-mas home shortly alter
church. We don't speak from
observation or authority, either.
Yo'i can guess at tin- rcHl. - Dover
It would Iihvu Iwell worth u good
deal to have seen the face o! ohl
Senator Morgan when lie heard Hie
announcement that Panama had
declared her inde|iendenee. It iloei-
not lake experience like llie Metia
Ioi-'h to know that an inile|ien,ieilt
Panama probably means a resump-
tion of negotiations for a canal
across the isthmus. l'eople living
along the southern tier of Htatec
horilci lug ,,n the ti ill l of Mexico
believe that a canal acr.'HH Nicara
gua would be more beneficial l(
them than the Panama route, lienci
the struggle that Morgan and asso
elites have always mole against tin
Ijwer route -Suite <' :i 11 i l a I,
The Dover News man evidently
has "li en the rounds" lately. lie
bays ill last week's issue of that
paper: "During the first three or
(our weeks of our residence here we
spent lon-i'lcraM ' lime with, ami
getting ac.(|uatuted with, the really
nice people of tlie town. Wishing
to get 110411 tinted with M l- the peo-
ple, we spent some little lint ' the
latter p'irl «>I 1 1*1 week geltinu
aci|iiaiuteil with the sporting ele |
men I did a little •« umtiiiiig,' a- it
weie. We got aeijuaiuleil alright
enough and met some nice people,
no doubt (li they weie a llttie
sporty), bill all we louiitl out lor
sure was, that we can do our work
better and our health is belter when
we slay closer to our ow den. And
our better ■ -.l\'s we look and act a
f'l.wimr Out At Cost,"
But are here to stay!
We are selling all kinds of school books, tab-
lets. writing paper, pens, inks, slates,
pencils, penholders, school sat-
chels, crayons, scholars
everything in the sta-
tionery lixiB livinsj th ic6s and
we endeavor at all times to keep our
stock complete. Our motto: buperior qual-
ity at reasonable prices.
TI* PoAtoffict ftooh miuI
Will sell you a silk dress or a spring
and summer hat; or anything Ave have
in stock iu exchange for butter, eggs,
We have just received a car load of Spring and Summer Goods
and have the best store in the country. Come and see us.
No trouble to show goods.
CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWEST
Low Colonist Hates in ctl
t Calilo-nia points, l'ropi
lily only ¥ -• i. 00
ately low to
to the majority
Portland, Spokane, Seattle. Tacoma
and oilier points iu the Northwest.
In ease you contemplate a trip anywhere
nearest I'KISCO Tll'KKT ACKNT, and
lull inlorination, or address,
C. W. Stiiais. 1)iv. I'as
lo not fail to call oil
have him furnish you
WHITE'S CREAM <
W o rm siI v ermir^
MMSS F. BALl.ARD. St^Loug.
I ir 1 e audience thai
ton Lilies' Sy in plioo \
I In- 1'einple I heati'i'
good bye, boys
hist nii-lit and it va« a thorough!*
pleased lot ol peo.de mat left t >«
building about two hours alter Hi.
lirst number ou the program. The ,
eonccrl given by the l> 'st. m I- elies |
the in >st enjoy able mo j
• r giv n here. I here |
Anvono spiuilnK n Klirtol, i.n l df-wrlpllmi niny
inv •• ;ti<>r in prn'.inlily pMlentJii'le. -h.iiiiiimi .i-
i< ns vt i ictly ••unildenMj'l. l!uiiulM>ok on atonta
MiMit Im i>. OUI. U ii'-'eMi-y for acnuirmj.' imlt ills.
|";,t..i.ii taken tiiroutfli Mui.n jV Co. ivrelv.
tprruil if it ice, without charge, iu tin
It you want Photos made do not |
v, ait for sunshine, cloudy we-ither I
is as good as sunshine for a sitting. |
.1, A. TAVI.uk.
Rest Liniment on L'artlv
1. M. Mellnney. (ireeuviile. Tex.,
writes. Nov. il IIK)tI: "I had rheu-
matism last winter, was down in bed
nix weeks; tried everything, lint- got
HO relief, t ill a friend gave me a part
n|' ;i buttle Hjilliird's Snow Lini-
ment. 1 ust'd it. and tf' t t w« more
hot,ties. It (Hired me and 1 haven't
felt anv rheiiinatisni since. 1 '"in
reconiiiicnd Snow Liniment, to be t lie
best liniment ou earth for rheuma-
tism." For rheumatic, eiatic or
neuralgic pains, rul) in Ita lard's Snow
Liniment: you will not suller long,
hut will he gratillcd with a speedy
and effective cure. 25c, 50c and *l-«0
at II. N. Moore's.
We send our paper to evervoin
who is having a final proof nolici
pntilished therein Kach one :t
expected to look carefully over tlieil
publication and ii any error is loum
io report it to us at once lot correo
lion. Bring papers will:
A Dancitrous /Honth.
This is the. inoulli of c nigh-, colds
and ai'i'.ti' cal-arrh. I* '
.,,1,1 ,■ isiivV find v.nirs,
ickl ng iu yo'ir Mir.
> coiiiih a I n iglit 'f
ih,i.ild always have Imndy a boll . id
Hallard - I lurch mud Syrup. •' A ■
Vnilelson. :'.5t West •' I h >t. •-alt 1 '
writes: "We use Italian! >
.'hound Syrup for e.eighs and
It. jziVv's iniMiediato rel"'l.
We know it's the best, remedv I'm'
t hese troubles. 1 write this to induce
oth '1' people to try this pleasant, -uid
efficient remedy." 25c, ,>0t
,1 II. N. Moore's.
Nortti Pacific Coast.
Very low rates in efl'ect
Daily Until November 30
MANY ROUTES FROM WHICH
TO MAKE CHOICE
was not a IIII ill I T o
which was not ol Hi
; stu.l rendered iu a
t ie pr
111 I -* t I I
Wiisl in 'inn. Nov. •'
liMi ned in oltii'ial r.irclfH l ni^lit
that the I' lilted Stales ol foloilllua
had lodged a protest w ith the stale
department against the action ol the
Lulled States iu connection with
the events .vllieli have occurred oil
Hi,. Isthmus ol l'an mi i. I'iie i >rms
of the protest couid not b• ascer-
tained Imt il is know ii Hi it si l ong
objection is Iliad.' to lhe until le ol
the I' lilted Si ite*> Ill gen i al all I
against the interpret,-li '"'is mad, by
this government ol the Heal* ol
is |r. between the I iiitcl Slavs ot
America and the I ille.l S'.neso.
t'oloillbia. I'lie st He . lep ill men I
has the protest under -runs con-i i
delation, but the nature of its reply, j
of any, or the time when 11 will be;
in ele, is mil known. *' her than j
admilting lhal such a had
o he tiled in Ihe slale . I e,. a 11 111. t
the ollicia's liiere will say nolhing
about the in liter.
SKCKKI'ARII-S lion. CON l-'Kitj'.M P.
Secretaries Hool and 11 i\ held a
conleretice lo.lay, piesu.nably in
regard lo the latest developnieilts in
the isthmian all lir. As he was
reluming I' his home. Secretary
Loot was a iked the direct .pn'stioii
;ls to whether the I . !"*• lloops
would be O dcrc.l to the Isthmus ot
Panama. He replied tliit .hi i
nucha thing was possible it wasj
extremely improbable. He aided,
that he h id nude that answer to a
Similar question in Ne« N ork yes j
lerday, when he r. ally knew very !
little about Ihe situation, and li |
nude it now lor lh" re ason that he j
knew nolhing an intei.tionj
t , employ troops on the isthmus.
|,\ lleiskeli went "i King'ish'i
manner. Toe hnli
under the le id -rship of Mr.
W Mclvee and his direction
uitiht indicate I the power ol
skilled orchestra lea ler. I h m
strumcnts responded to the slightest
motion of his bitou and h
insti ililieirs ll'id r p.-rleet
IJI, , III notice, Willi.MIL UlinrKU, I
A hr.iidwt molT llln*rr« o«l woi'klr. V"
cnliit nut "f itnv Hdonlill^ J« urnnl. 1 «'rn «
lour months. *1. Sold by all newwiMiUTj.
MUNN &Co.36,Broad"a' New York
' l"r'"' " le "'a <■ HI. " '•
L his sou
l'rophet I) i\* ie say
Gladstone, nev-r kissed a woman
outside ol the finiily. The chances
are ill it ii isn't Gladstone's fault.
By tip- W1V. old HI III 1 > >W1 e is j
,. had all enthusiastic in his prais- of tip' m il. j
control at who uever kissed a w on in save Ii
eli 111 I <ie
ireltesl r i
all times. 1
vim and spirit
verv lew malt
was volume an I >v -r when
repure I. f dorado Springs 11 i-
I'lie B 'Ston L i'lie-' Orcliestr i will
ipp ■ ir at lh • l\ 'ig-i-n i op 'ia Ipoisc
j 'I'iie..1 iv evening. N IV. 2+lh, j
nuintier in the mi A
lovers of good music should not I II
heir this crch-sira, the onlv Hrsl
class concert coiupany thai wid
;u |n'.ir li'?! *' t liis v *;ir.
,,,' the Primary Department of the
K .el Public School for the inonlli
I of I lelobcr, 1 tuj:l:
> . of d ivs taught
S .. .• uirls enrol led ! ^
own wile. Come oil' the dump. !
Iri'Ui l I) nvie, for lh re never was
hill one su 'I. ill ill, an 1 he rode in J
the h'arse at Ainu's I'uieril, and , llerbil
tile chine's are llrtl Ins rec > I ■ 1 i the liuwi
wni I liavo lie •u slightly spotted ti I,
People seldom realize the value
,1 their opportunities until they are
passed. .Men have grown iron
inf.ney to a ripe age without taking
i,(vantage <>1 the most splendid
opportunities afforded tlteni. Op
i p,,i tunnies arc often presented but
I or. e in a lifetime. So we should
| learn to real!/.- our opportunities
when they are at our hands. The
| on,, great opportunity within reach
I of the public now is that ol having
. photo's made at Tayho's. Call and
sec him for particulars.
|. nit Informal ten on re.piesl
A., Unli- BnJ*. Arlc
(>k 1 :i 11'tinii < 'it V. O T.
Are sure indications o! some form of stomacl
trouble, bilioiiBnesa or a bad h* er.
Don't xL-.k it, raid abov.
t akc call
I'Iit'll. * oil
h-io all their virtues—nouo of their
deadly oflecto. HER BINE taken
regularly v. ill forc'iitull headaches,put
the digeftivo organ', iu perfect condi-
tion head oil biliousness, headaches,
liver ills, keep you in good health
TRY IT TO-DAY.
SOo o. Bottle. All Drugflls"
ui-^i.M-, PI ION K I'
OFI'ICK PIIONK08. ur"
A. E. BRACKEN,
FUKNITUKS AHP iUHPSKTAKlNG.
Funeral Directory and Embalmer.
Beautiful Clear Skies.
■hiin' I'xorts ;i ciiriMM inlluoiicc1 on
liver and Ui(ln<\\ s pun I v
! ing and si rcnjrt,hcnlng iliese organ>
niaiiitainini! t hem in a nnrinal
K h id k 'pt
W I Ne vs.
•d girl. ItlacK-
:il . 11rol 1 ni.'i11
Aver ige ,1 Illy attendance
No. not absent I 1
Visitors pr -eu' .Mrs I. migaii,
Mr. I, iii laUcr, .Mr. W ihling and
P Ti ^in... Teacher.
Tom,li* v'' il Promoter Mrs Catch-
P,n lias that man Morgan beat a block.
!lo> '\ Whv. how s lliai '
Tomaix tier .lauvliter's Husband Is
worth half a mllllan an.! the old lailv
arr nine,! all ti." details of the merger
His Title to Fame.
-What have you ever ilone to de-
serve the contulenee of your fellow
• Ui/ctis?" asked the man of severe
•■Not mii' li. I'm afraid. ' said Sena-
tor Sorahuni. remorsetuily.
"Aren't you afraid of being dis-
•No They sent a man to this im)-
sition Borne time ajio who failed to
uive satisl'at tion. Then they sen' an
other who was worse. '1 nen they sent
me. and they sa> I'm still worse, but
the\ are afraid to take any more
Miners' Wages in Bohemia.
In the great coal mines of Bohemia
the average wages inside for nine
Uours is st cents.
Asked and Answered.
Kenyon t'ox. the artist, had a mo-
nicut of keen and unexpected enjoy-
ment in Ids classes some time ago.
\ nc.v pupil had come from the west
to secure the heneltt of Ids criticism.
She had gone to work ttie first morn-
ing with energy, and had become qnlte
I nnsorhed In her sketch. The artist
ill his rounds paused before her ea-el
ail I exclaimed with a teacher's frank-
j condition ol' health: thus removing a
common cause of yellow, mot by.
I urea1'.*' skin, and more or less ol piin-
' ji|(>n hlotiMics and blat'WIieiuls. . Uc sit
! ll# N Moore's.
NOTH'K KOK I'lTHLU'ATION.
I Kin t P ibUsi.tMl ivt.ai.
tiopurt nit*iti of i It.- Interior
I.kii" OH Ktngllslier.Oklahonm,^ ^
' \,„le.. I« li,.,e!)V given lliat He- foll.ovint'
I, „.„|..,I,hsH e,l nolle,'of lii-i inleill loll
■O II, .lie Haul proof In support "f ••!- clioni,
.,.,,1 ll.al sulil proof will lie lllll.le bef.ire III,'
V^i'l, r ,o,,l It' ti S. I.an,I 0,11,'e ...
KinL'tNliiT Oklahoma ,111 I lee. IB. IWtl, m :
I u'll.l.V M.AIIVMS, , 1,,1,'g ,. ti. 1.,
for ll„* I..I- I a."l * "f II"' "
•Cwp .«. N B . W, I M.
i lie I. ml.'S Hie following wit.less,-s In prnvr
I l.ls.'oiillinioiis resiileiiee up.'" ami eulllva-
i ti,,li of -iiW bin,I. viz;
| Willi:,in A "'er, .lam,- ll"u-i,i«n
|." I i */:. I „ ■ 11, I - and lll'lljalllin I
Smilll, .,11 „f Ouieu'il. l>l<ll,'
Km .■<v l> llaowxi.K.K. I.";;lsi,. ,
White's ( r, am ViTliiifune not only
I kills worms but remove™ the mucus
I tin,1 slime in which liiev bililtl their
nests; it brings, and quickly, a
I iu'iilthv condition of the h ul.v, where
j worms cannot exist. i>c at II. N.
ON THE SANTA FE
Daily to l'uelilo, Colormlo Springs and
Deliver, beginning .'une I, 100!!.
Pull man Observation and drawing-room
sleepers—chair car-library smoking car.
I,,aves Newton daily l'J:0ti a. 111.
Arrives Colorado next lorenoon.
Through sleeper Galveston lo Colorado Springs
on train No. 18.
Another flint Colorado train leaves Oklahoma
points every morning via t he Santa Ke. LOW-
UA I'B EXCURSIONS ALL. SIJMMKU.
Ask for flee copy ..f "A Colorado Snmnirr";
it tells all about vacation outings in C.tlom.ln
F.,'. O'Neii,, Commerelal Agent,
DkiiLlioiuii Cliy, O. T.
ile's trying Ids '
i'1'tatiily doing his
What the devil do you call that?"
Kver\ student within hearing trem-l^h
st to hririK
children in the way he sb«>ul<i
bled with sympathy ami ai-prehension.
But tin* reply was reassuring.
"What tlu1 devil does it look like to
YOU?" the pretty girl answered.
I ' \ r ,1 , • ,-ryi.oilv felt C n-fortable once
more .New *1. I'k * ia.es.
lire « kiS8. now!
i'.'i1: If you entered gay
M Iv,■:> 'IS
0v" ?"1 - iii'jwn
FOR LOWEST PRICES ON ALL KIND OF
1 l,"w- , .
Ill i (londolA.
IN ODDFELLO W BUILDING
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Cavett, A. B. The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 12, 1903, newspaper, November 12, 1903; Kiel, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102770/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.