The Times--Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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Pnbllahed Every THurmUy, »t Blackwell
Okla. Tv-. Bt
RANDALL & MCDOWELL,
Editors and Proprietors.
buy of him you see, and if unsat-
isfactory he makes restitution.
The mail order man gets your
money, and his interest in you
ceases. Give the local mer-
Six " ...................
One year....... .................
Parable in advance.
chant your patronage and he
will increase his stock and busi-
ness and with such increase be
Watch For Our
Reading local* 5 cent* per line for
each Insertion. .
Business cards 50 cents per month.
Display ads II an Inch double col-
umn per month. ,
All advertising continued till order-
ed out and paid for. Statements will
be presented at close of each month.
The county commissioners at
their regular meeting last week
voted $150. to the Blackwell
Inter-State Fair Association, to
aid them in the giving of premi-
ums for farm and orchard prod-
ucts; the amount is the same as
that voted to the Kay county
Fair at Newkirk, and puts them
on an equal footing as far as
recognition by the county is
able to reduce his margin of
profit. Many people send their
money away from home without
stopping to consider wheth-
er such action is unfair
to anyone, and without any
thought of the effect it may
lave on the community. If
there are any such in this com-
munity, we would ask them to
in the future weigh well both
sides of the case, and see if they
cannot figure that their patron-
age of the home merchant is an
indirect benefit to themselves
as well as well as every other
member of the community.
Physicians from the United
States are teaching the Porto
Ricans how to kill the “lazy
worm,” or germ of anemia,
which is the bane of the island.
The chief ingredient of the
“cure” is fresh air and sunlight
The Porto Ricans have been too
much given to shutting them-
selves up in their heavy walled
houses to be tree from the tropi-
cal pests. They should live
more like the Filipinos, in open
shacks, or the Japanese, in bam-
boo palaces. The “lazy worm”
shuns the sunlight.—Chicago
The Blacawell Inter-State
Fair Association will hold its
second annual meeting next
week. Monday is entry day,
and the fair really begins on
Tuesday and continues the rest
of the week. The association
is offering seven thousand dol
lars in premiums for exhibits of
horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and
poultry, farm and orchard prod-
ucts; kitchen, fine arts, curios,
etc. They want to make
largely a fair by the farmer for
the farmer, and to make it suc-
cessful it must have both the
exhibits and the attendance
Last year’s fair was a success,
but weather permitting this
year will be immeasurably bet-
pint published in Times-Record Oct. is, t9°5.
ORDINANCE No. 219-
An ordinance prohibiting the erection, con-
struction or removal of any building or
structure or any part thereof within certain
limits of the City of Blackwell. Oklahoma
Territory, unless constructed or erected of
stone, brick or other Incombustible material,
with Are proof roof, and repealing ordinance*
Numbered 127. 188 and 21« of said City of
Be It ordained by the Mayor and Councllmen
of tb* City of Blackwell, Oklahoma Terri
Section L—It shall be unlawful for any
person, persona, company or corporation to
constructor erect nny building, structure,
or any part of a building or structure unless
constructed or erected of atone, brick or oth-
er Incombustible material, with Ore proof
roof within the following limits of said City
of Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory, to-wlt:
The east one-half of Block Numbered 77; the
west one-balf of Block Numbered 7S; all of
Blocks Numbered 91,9*. t°3- ,0*- ,,a and the
esst ene half of Block Numbered 119: and
Lots Numbered 19. *°i *i- >*, *3- *4- in Block
No person, persons, company or corpora-
tion shall hereafter construct or erect any
frame building or structure, or any part ot
any building or structure, or any iron clad
building or structure within the limits of
ssid district, or any kind of building or
structure other than a stone, brick or other
building of Incombustible material, with Are
Section II.—It shall be unlawful for any
person, persons, company or corporation to
remove any building or structure not of
stone, brick or other Incsmbustlble material
with Are proof roof, Into or within the limits
of the district as deAned In Section 1 of this
Ordinance, or to remove any such building
or structure from one part of said district to
any other part thereof.
Section III.—Any person violating any of
the provisions of this ordinance shall be
deemed gnilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof shall be lined in any sum
not less than 15 00 nor more than One Hun
dred Dollais, or by imprisonment In the City
prison any time not exceeding three months,
or by both Ane and Imprisonment together
with the cest of prosecution, and any build-
ing or structure or any part thereof con-
structed or erected or removed in violation
of Section 1 snd 2 of this ordinance shall be
removed by the City of Blackwell at the cost
of the person or persons so violating this
Each day of the continuance of any such
offense shsll be a separate and distinct of-
Section IV—Ordinances numbered 1*7 188, ai6,
and all other ordinances and parts of ordinances
in conAict herewith are hereby repealed.
Section V—This ordinance shall take effect and
be in full force from and after its passage, ap.
proval and publication once in the official City
Passed and approved Ibis 9th day of October,
L. FIFE, Mayor.
104 PAGE Ml,IF,I
CONTAINING over 1000 handsome articles which will be
^ ed free to our customers. This Catalogue is now in the hands
of the printers and as soon as received will be mailed to you. ^noulcl
1000 articles from which you can furnish your home free. Every article
will be of value and will be guaranteed as represented.
Welsbacbs, first five ot less, twenty cents each.
Welsbachs, all over five, fifteen cents each.
Lungren, one dollar each.
Hotels, restaurants, lodge rooms, stores and offi-
ces. Hotel ranges, 1064 mixer, $3 00 per mouth
lor year round.
Hotel office and dining room, heaters, 10-64 mix-
er, *3.00 per month from October 15th toApril 15th
or *18.00 per year.
Laundry stoves, 8-64 mixor, lx 00 per month,
Hotel, 3d healers, 8-64 mixer, $2.00 per month
for tits* used
Restaurant gasoline stoves, * to 5 burners, *3 00
per month, year round.
Restaurant ranges snd heaters, same rates as
■--— 1 [esaL] M ...
A great many people seem to Attest—o. w. hines, caycierk. —3
have a mania for spending their
money away from home, and | First published m
that fact is responsible for the
marvelous growth of the big
mail order houses. They send
out attractive and alluring cat-
alogues with seemingly marvel-
Times-Record Oct. is, t9°5-
ORDINANCE No. *18.
An ordinance amending sections five (5) and thir-
teen (13) of ordinance number t96, of the City
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Counciiruen
of the City of Blackwell;
aiorues WUU BCCimugi. Section t-That section five (5) of Ordiaanca
“ ... . , No. 196 of tke City of Blackwell be and the eame
ous bargains at ridiculously low u ber#by ,mended so ,6,0 read as follows:
prices and attract buyers from
every part of the country. In a
majority of the cases the home
merchant will at least duplicate
the price, on the same class of
goods. But if the mail order
house does make you a little
better price, it is hardly a suffi-
cient reason for giving him
your patronage. The home
merchant is generally your
friend and neighbor and with
you helps build up your com
munity. If you build a new
church he aids you; if your
neighbor is unfortunate he aids
him, and if you happen to be in
need of assistance it is to him
you go, and not to ihe mail or-
der man. The home man pays
state and county tax; what you
Section 5—The said Union Gas and Oil Com-
pany, Its successors and assigns shall be allowed
and may charge for the gas furnished by it under
this ordinance the following rates, to-wit:
Domestic sekvke, 8-64 mixes.
Each cook stove or range, $1.30 per month for
the months of April, May, June, July, August snd
September, in each year, sod *j.oo per month for
the months of October, November, December,
January, February aud March in each year.
First heating stove or grate, *2,00 per month,
from the tjth day ol October in each year until the
15th day of April, ensuing, or *12 00 per year. No
estra charge for the balance of the year.
Second and third besting stove or grate, at the
rate of *r.jo snd *1.00 per mouth respectively for
the time actually used.
Gasoline stoves, two to lour holes, one dollar
(St.00) per month for the months of April. May,
June, July. August and September, and $1.30 per
month for the months of October, November, De-
cember, January, February and March in each
LIGHTS rail MONTH.
Jumbo tips, ten or Isas, at twenty-fiv* cents sacb.
Jumbo tips, second ten or part thereof, at twen-
ty cents each.
Common six foot tips, first ten or Isss, at twenty
Common six foot tips, sscond ten or part thare-
of, fifteen cents each,
Two stoves in store room, 8-64 mixer, *1.00 per
month each from October 15th to April 15th inclu-
sive, no charge for balance of year.
One stove in store room, 10-64 mixer, *3 00 per
month from October 13th to April 15th, inclusive,
or I18.00 per year.
Four to six tubes, *1.15 per month (when used as
extra stove )
Four to six tubes with stove pipe, *1.3° Per
month, when used as extra stove, for actual lime
When used as first heater, *7.5° and *9 00 Per
One stove heating one room. 8-64 mixer, SI.00
per month from October 15th to April 15th inclu-
sive, or Sn.oo per year.
One stove, healing two or more rooms, 10-64 mix-
er, *3.00 per month from October 15th to April 15th
inclusive, or liS.oc per year.
One radiator, 4 to 6 tubes, $1.30 per month for
two or more rooms, from October 15th to April
15th inclusive, or *9 00 and fis.oo per year, res-
Residences, hotels, stores, halls, opera housea,
lodge rooms, schools, twenty-five cents per thous-
and cubic fset.
Brick plants, special rate, ti.oo per thousand
brick burned, kiln run,
A reduction ol ten per cent meter rates, if paid
on or before the roth day of the following mouth,
will bt made on all twenty-five eent meter rates.
Gas will be furnished churches at ooe half of
the miser rate on the basis ol to-64 mixer.
All mixer bills to be dus aed payable on the first
day of each and every month in advance, and all
uieter bills to be due and payable on the first day
of the following month. If gas bills be not paid
by the tenth of the month the supply of gas may be
cut off from any delinquent consumer and an extra
Charge ef I1.00 may be made for again turning the
gas on. All gas to be furnished at a pressure not
to exceed eight ounces per square inch.
Provided that said Union Gas and Oil Company
may and shall be permitted to charge a maximum
meter rate of filly cents per thousand cabic feet
for all gas sold by it, for three years from and alter
October aoth, 1905, unless a sufficient supply of gas
to furnish fuel and light for the whole city be ob-
tained prior thereto, in which event the rate pro-
vided in this provision shall be void.
Section 2.—That Section thirteen of Ordinance
number 196, be and the same is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
Sec. 13—Each consumer of gas shsll have the op.
tion to take gas at either meter or miser rates and
The Union Gas and Oil Company, its successor
or assigns sgret to furnish maters of modern make
and improvement, free to each consumer, thst de-
sires meter rates, provided each uonsumir shall
pay for putting in snd taking out said meter and
provided further, tbat no change will be made from
meter to miter or mixer to meter oftener than
once a year.
Provided that for three years from and after Oc-
tober aoth, 1903, no gas shall be taken by consum-
ers eseept by meter rates.
Section J—All ordinance! and parts of ordi-
nances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
Section 4—This ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage and approv-
I al and publication in the Blackwtll Times-Record
E. C. Galloup & Son
Successors to The Big Racket
New Groceries, New Dry Goods,
Just added to our stock of Everything for Every-
We ask for a share of your trade.
We are no new hands at this business.
We run no delivery wagons.
We sell you goods cheap enough so you can carry
We belong to no click or combinations.
No one dictates our prices.
We invite you to come to our store and look our
stock over and get our prices.
The highest market price paid for produce. Come
and see us.
E. C. GALLOUP & SON
and its acceptance in writing by
with said City.
Passed snd adopted by the Council, and approv-
ed by the Mayor this the 9th day of October, 1903.
[seal] M. L. Fife, Mayor.
Attest;—G. W. Hikes, City Clerk.
Blackwell, Oklahoma, October totb, 1903.
To the Honorable Mayor and Council, City of
Gentlemen—The undersigned Union Gas and
Oil Company hereby accepts the provisions of the
above Ordinance Number 218.
The Union Gas and Oil Company by
[seal] C. R. Ogg, President.
Attest—J. D. Winfield, Sscretary.
..id Company I »*»»*»*»»»»»»*»-
Pay taxes to F. V, Rowland A. Co.
Miss Laura Radford daughter of
A. Radford of this city, who was a
missionary in India six years will ad-
dress the people at the Methodist
church Sunday morning. Rev. A. B.
Norton will preach in the evening.
The public are cordialy Invited.
Kay County F«rmer*
SRVE MONET 49
and Agent’s Commission by making ,
with us direct. 69
Long Time, Low Rates,
W* Charge no Commission
Money ready as soon as papers signed and
title found satisfactory, write us. We will
send a man tree of charge to examine your
farm and fix up the papers for you.
WINNE & WINNB. Wichita, Kansas.
Offices at Blackwell and Newkirk.
W. E. MOODY,
OFFICR OVER L. B. DRUG STORE
Mrs. John M. Blood, Mrs. C. E. Cor-
nell and Miss Tate left this Thursday
morning for Wichita, Kansas, to visit
friends and to attend the carnival.
They will return the first of next
week in time for our big fair.
The work of W. A. Lee’s Disc Drll
proved Its superiority over other
disc drills. Call and examine It. W<
A. Lee, agent.
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