The Times-Record. (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 18, 1897 Page: 4 of 8
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jljvCZ TAKE WARNING!
,XMA buy goods at thb masters cash store.
WE ARE HERE TO SELL TOR GOODS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE CASR PRICES.
COME AND SEE US AND GET OUB PRICES, IS ALL WE ASK,- * ’
We Give You a Few Prices to Ponder Over; Read and Be Convinced!!
PrinU 5 cents. . , Men s Heavy Boots *1.00
C\ LL Muslin fi cents. * Men s Rubbers 40 cents,
f) Ginghum, 5 and 0 cents, ladies Rubbers 30 cents
v . i* Paper Pins, 5 cents. Ladies* Donpola Tip Hutton Shoos, »1.
Bandanna Handkerchief, 21 in. 5 cents. Ladios’ Oxford from ,5 to_; .o.
lawn*, 3 1-2 cents A Man s Shoe for io cents. ,
’ Men's Half Hose 5cents. r
Men's Overalls 50 cents. Men's PaDts 75 cents, Men’s Shirts 35 to 50 cents. GlVLlSAbALU
We Will Take Corn, Hay and all kinds of Produce at Market Price in Exchange for Goods
We will astonish the natives for the next 30 <lays-.-««^tfL.
C. E. MASTERS, Manager.
I'ubllshrit Krt-ry Tuurnday, at lllackwrll
Ofcla. Ty., lly
THE TIRES RECORD PUBLISHING Co.
J W. RANDALL, Editor.
onn iiii cirj I'aper.
Mno year..... .....................l ('o and meaning another.
it. There is nothing of the booby
bird about Thomas It. Iteed.
•‘President McKinley’s mes-
sage is a vigorous declaration in
favor of a protective policy and
a clear statement of conditions
that make prompt action neces-
sary. There is no vagueuesB. no
diplomatic fencing, and there are
no *ifs' or ‘huts.* It is a straight-
forward presentation of a leading
issue, nnd no one will accuse the
the President of saying one thing
Payable In advance.
hearting local# 3 centa par llna for each
nusinesa cards 30 cents per month.
Duplay ads. $1 an inch, double oolumn
^Ml'adverUelnR continued till oiuered.
but and paid for. Statements will
presented at close of each month.
THE WORLD’S FAIR
‘The new Dingley bill tariff
bill was complete at the time
Congress met. and was promptly
introduced. It is expected that
it will be passed and sent to the
Senate in a fortnight or so. It
may not run through on schedule
time exactly, but it will pretty
| nearly do so. The real light is
| coming in the Senate, but with
! William McKinley in the Presi-
How McKinley's Secretary
of the dential chair no solicitude need
Treasury Won a Notional as <° Senate. He is
in no danger of repeating the ab-
The Chicago World's Fair first
surd foolishness of Grover Cleve-
land. who waited until the Sen-
brought Mr. Gago into national a to had got the Wilson bill
prominence. The turning point j amended beyond recognition and
in the history of that fair was his | Jy
election to the presidency of the
local corporation having tho en-
terprise in hand. His personal
guarantee that the required
amount of money (#10,000,000)
would bo raised convinced con-
gress and tho country that Chica-
go was in earnest
grew in his mind us in other
minds as time passed, but lie was
ever abreast of those whose aims
were tho highest, and every sug-
gestion toward malting the ex
position of educational value as
it money making enterprise found
In him a cordial sympathizer.
Whenever there was friction be
tween officers and boards Mr.
Gage with his tact played the
role of peacemaker. When money
Was lacking ho was fertile in re
sources. After two years’ serv-
indignation suggestive of a mule
driver. The Senate will make
some changes, of course, but the
Fifty Fifth Congress will hardly
write across its own forehead the
word fraud or failure, cither one."
Corbett will never match an-
The” project olher 1i&ht for St- Pitlrick'B day.
God help Kansas! The Pop leg-
islators are still hanging tire at
City electors are the bono of
contention throughout the Strip
just at this time.
Sporting meu now’ have
new phrase which sounds like
‘•Windy Jim" and -Fighting
WEST & DYER
We invite Ladies and
Gentlemen to make our Store
tlieir Headquarters for:
Hats & Shoes.
DRESS GOODS DEP'T.
These are new Styles,
being the Latest for 1897.
We have a few Dress Patterns
yet, at $3.25 per Pattern.
One lot of Novelties at 15c
per yard. One lot of Ducks,
in Black, Brown, Poka Dot,
and other colors.
Groceries at Kansas City Prices, i
WE BOUGHT SUGAR LARGELY BEFORE
ReaS and Tien Call and Convince Yonrself.
Gran. Snpr 20 IDs. $1.00 S. 0. Snpc 22 Us. $1.00.
Lard and Meat is Going up! In Fact Everything is
: Our Shoes are Stylish
Easy-fitting and good wear
ers. We want you to see for
yourself. Come in and see
our Front Lace Slice?, cloth
top. Our Ladies Oxblood
Oxfords are beauties at $1.40
Best Bacon 7 1 -2c; Dry Saltffc; Pure Lard &1-4c
Lion and Arbuckle coffee 14c; Bulk coffee 10c;
Oat Meal 8 lbs. 25c; 2 Packages Oat Meal 15c.
We Sell the Finest and Cheapest Candies in
Town; We Bought Tobaccos Largely Before the
Raise; Our Prices are Right on Everything; We
Sell the Best Cigar in Town for a Nickel; Dried
Fruits and Canned Goods at Bed Rock Prices.
Poultry. Butter and Laos Wanted for Cash or flerchandi&e. r|
We Have not the Time to Quote Many Prices;
But Remember Our Prices are Always Right.
Come to the CORNER (A8H GROCERY for the best and
cheapest groceries, flour, meal, feed, garden seeds
Al in hulk, onion setts, cane seed, millet, alfalfa, flax,
T broom corn and seed potatoes a specialty
"Gentleman Jim" weut dowu
before "Lunkey Hob" in the
Ice as president during tho per 14th round, at Carson City yes-
uni ot preparation, lie found that ter day.
the duties took him too much 'Phc fellows who bet their
uwav from his business ami lie moll(,y 0ll Fitzsimmons me pro
surrendered the trust, toother dimming that they knew it was
hands, but to the lust he seivoi, loaded all the time.
SEE HERE. LADIE8!^^>
Ladies Shirt Waists, at
50c, 75c. Percales, the lat-
est effects. Just the thing
for a waist.
upon the directory and worked
ks bard as ever will, little share
< f the honors.—From -Lyman
J Gage; u Character Sketch." by
Moses P. Handy, in March Re-
view of Reviews.
Late reports are to the effect
that County Delegate Flynn will
return to the Land of the Fair
God, about April 1st.
WEST & DYER
*IFTY FIFTH CONTHESS.
Tuesday's Chicago Inter Ocean
Roller's criticisms of Ingalls on
account of bis leporting the
Corbett-Fitzsimmons tight has
In commenting upon the possi- lKg as yet awoke the Ex-Sena
bilifios and probabilities of the
extra session of Congress, which
convened on the 15ib iu8t.,says-.
-Mr, lieed got a warning at
the very opening of the session
that he must not attempt to over-
ride the rights of the rank and
hie of the House. The usual
uiotiou tv* the effect that tte old ok.
vuWsof the House should be in
force until new ones were adopted
t-aine very near being defeated,
and whvu once the committees
have been appointed the mom
hers will feel more independent
tor from his4,irredescent dream.'
♦ ♦ .Blackwell
The Only First-class . .
. . Hotel in the City.
FUL^Ef?SON & SON. $
M. F. RICHARDSON,
BANK OF BLACKWELL.
CAPITAL STOCK $10,000.
Another rush into the Okla
homa gold fields is daily expect-
ed. Old minors still proclaim
that the Witcliitu mountains con
tain many any divers kinds of
Thi> Commercial I ra,u- w11* v *"*
T!>!- H--t^l Kini.ll
«rn Oklalmm a. A ^
MHS.C. A. M.AVIUNMST,
IllneUwetl, OUln. Ty
trvrLru Lruuru uimu uvruu i
Fighters after all are brutes.
Both Corbett and Fitzaiuituous
in the ring were more nervous
Have you an Organ
Or Sewing Machine?
Does It n*-«l cleaning or re-
p iliTlilT.' If *« U. K. MCCrrtSht, of l*lrket
than McKinley and Cleveland
, . ,, , - ,. , wore iu the inaugural parade, I laers"hit «<rvic»« f.\ i««>»> c»rJ giving
tlmn they do no a . But, on the lanirei.' v,n,r io «uo„ win bn..* i»n«> 11
tithor hand, the Speaker is likely uioo„n me lattei wcic tnuangei . yesn( t0Uial eXperi<mc«. and an wort gunran-
to see 'he rook and steer c ear w of aesassio*.—Wichita Eagle. w,a. vour vauoumji lutpuartUiy «<u^-.va.
Now open for the transaction of all legitimate and
Conservative banking. All such ‘business re-
WASHINGTON, * D. C.
Rracticv. Before the General Land Office a Specialty,
lit- FEttENCBs: Ex-Congressman Lafe Pence, lion. J. G. Bell, M
G , U, S. Seuator Wua. V. Alien and CougLesawsm* J D. Hiaka.
WATSON E. COLEMAN,
LAND AND PATENT ATTORNEY,
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Randall, J. W. The Times-Record. (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 18, 1897, newspaper, March 18, 1897; Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1138273/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.