The Kay County Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 8, 1897 Page: 1 of 8
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BLACKWELL, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1897.
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Our competitors whine and cry over the low prices we I
are making, but we are here for trade and no such a little
thing as a knife will scare us, for \ie have a big cheese knife 1
—but we v.ee it to whittle prices and not to whittle men.
Eee us before you buy. We are in it to please. When
you buy of us and the goods don’t work bring them back
and we will return money or notes.
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GEORGE E. WILLET, - PROPRIETOR
Cfrice: Ela.ci'well Flats.
3E=>OSt C ixiCO
“Ls“e*v^ra St a-n .cL
./. . . , Prop.
i)ea r in Staple and 1 alley
Cigar* ;m I
For any periodical in Aniericn.
Daily pnpers delivered to any purl
of the city to regular pat rone.
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EICYCLE3 AND BICYCLE mm.
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Iti MAinrn Onuttusar.it Diet,at
Tha WeekSj^ Parrot
Our 1 ;i rr, .* i. sctils an editorial
, "0\ a. oui.i Is butloiicg for needed
legislation." Juj s i h.o.i.ii' we have
! not had any delegate for 1 ur years,
| and now while wo have o:ie Old ( z »r
' He d holds the congress of tl. • United
i Slat' S under his tiniinh and ■ ays we
I can’t have any of the n ed**d bgisla-
j tion. The republican atfornideclar-
ed f< r free hom-s an i M H-*e(l
the leader of the republicans in the
home says we shall not have them.
What do the people think of a party
that insde no other till; In the terri-
I ry hut free hum s, put i kkk ikimi-h.
In largo ldteis In bo 'i national and
territorial plul.crins and cried that
tree homes c.iUId lie got to;■ •u:jh n no
but the republican party Flvmt and
Heed, and now Khan, Heed, party
and all have gono bao'; on fieo homes.
U hat good does a punk in iho n-
i publican plat >n i do?
Tliir little 'ur, • >t i.riea in a shrill
1 tone "hypoerit, i j
etc. ’’ apply i i:;; (
delegate Ca L'h
[ itors rially p no ;
I more I ■ nil a (h in p
think that their
to, j m cr iW
" licky noi ls to
A w ire tin nil «•! I -
and In* , o tin y no
r , is I do tli y
reado.B l a e no
A til,’' A Mi
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I i K i % L ; ^ i \ 11 O*
0 ‘ip s i i‘;£ isews!
. G* Ip’cto Karl , i.• k, aiyt liruin
^ .y Full Associated Press Dispute l»c« A ^
?:i;s 30 ec&ts per Month tv Kail:
Delivered ct iJIsekwell I* •-(>
hef re 1 1 oViii’., c y
i ,■ ■ • l i . is Cal'ahau lias not been
Co hov a but on.y since
i h i ti 1 i. I’Lynti was u ;r dele-
g ,t • the (lint four months : ft r t.tie
I eleotl . . 1 will any o ie tell us nhut
ho lione x ipt pail his hair in the
mi io c i I limit p o. Vit* honestly
h 1 eve ilia i id Mr. Flynn wanted
D i, in. .i1 could have Lad them,
it Reel a gi i at, f. i, nd of Flynn then
why dill 1 •’iy«111 not get ns free homes
| In four month:. Jlynn was a mem
! her of oong.esa during Do •omh'-r,
! January, February and ii i lotlie It i
i of March and why did he no get in
f i c ho io ? .vim;i y h cm e he and
K i-d are t.o.,.log it back to ride to
< ungie o i
»r ( j
Will ftmrji. :«• in » 1 <•' Hi of i» - r •
F, ^ l sn'i O'* ’ > * *pt
■'* .a (Pile “yr.-^r
NEVVKIHK....... ... .
Vou Fan f et, the i e«t p i
lcii I hml c imago puD 1- f i lie '■
money ot I’n 'nn-i Drug S ot .
Tho highest cash price at -IIkad-
The most htHiitifjil Honors of the
season at Mrs. l.ol,ains.
K. OfK will buy jour latcaitleat
\ gang i i i'ic.,| <>ckcls hiv * been
I ll>' vin ; W. ,1. Hryan around tli •
coun ry in order t > II ii tin* valuables
from tli • nock s of the honest law
abiding m»n whmn the great p ipular-
ili ami 11 <| cnee it the unrivaled
i Iron silver champion has drawn to-
gtuhtr in iioiiv no wls. Tho imagiu-
allon need not be stretched very mu h
lose* how tli polit standard leadeis
learned o i t esime occupation tln-a'1
pickpockets are now eng<ged In, in
tin* las: c imp ilgn. May he i is the
| Mime gmg who conducted that gold
standard cninpa gu doing the rotihlng
i which tin- spurious talk and promise
pail is not required at this pirliculur
lliue of \ e ir.
I he annexation of the Hawaii is-
! lands is a smooth way the sugar
kings nave of bringing American
labor In ocompetition with the cheap-
est kind of lab r, and wlii m ike sugar
raising an uphill business except to
the Sweet kings oi those islands.
I I'he deludrd republicans will shout
! “iluw go >d a thin* the a im lustration
i has done tiy the annexation'’ arid also
‘ The republican party believes in
high wages.” T,.e two will not po to-
| gather except turn i. noramns.
j '1 hese islanders are go id for sugar
and that is about all, but in taking
it in the cheap labor to raise it is ta-
ken i i at ttie same tiin • and the pro-
tection to Am rienn sugar produ ers
ptofitri.s gone, and th * sugar trust
will be in abs date control with big
g mis. Is it not plain tho way .McKin-
ley is playing his hand?
Whenever a p ip, r does nothing but
ciip from the Eagle and such other
papers as suits its politunl purpose,
Ihecdlto. should not he driven to em-
haiassmoiil by having to give credit
and we suggest a now means that the
fraternity will und *r*t:in I. Wilte
thewoid “I’arroteil” at the head of
every co.uinu so clipped, 'i hat will
convey the idea.
An ingeiiiiis (Jid ugoau has invent-
ed a machine (or use at lrgh (miels
that tlie occupants may be let down
easy in esse of lire. '1 he Inventor
•night da well selling then* machines
10 Ok ahom i politi.ia is ami t special-
ly should they have hid one at the
11 It no conventiou to lot Flynn down
more hum me y.
The Diiche sofMui lb .rough dressed
the finest ami wore the mo t costly
jewels of any one attending the
j l^ leencs jubilee. American money
n ent over l lie sea to make a big swell
at ihe queen's jubilee while millions
starve in this fin* land, wlio’vn leon
robbed of their toil by the Vanderbilt
Brann on Groii'J.
There are many people anti. Ipaf.ng ' ] °a'I' »n«*erstond «very crime in the
building .his fall and heretofore it >'»*»he•crime of greed, ev ry
has been generally believed that good ' ‘US Mf the,l,esh bUt tho lu"t for ^in’
h iek culd not la* had at Blackwel!. ^erysin that ever damne-i asoul but
.. .. . the sin of *n?lliHline:Tj. j#v 'ill tiiu h:i-
W (» wish t i rail the attention of our
.. i , »i , * *t * i i creo bug» and boast* oi Lirypfe. IM
leaders to the fact that they can ol»-‘ 4I , ’
* , , . , , T., .. rather he a witches cat—or oven a
tain as good brick at Blara \v *11 hh any .... ,
, fri politiorin and howl in Hyrapathy
other place. 1 lie editor calto l nt the .. . r, . . , • * 3
G. N. Varner brick v.ird u rth east of! T ’ 1 1 ' r“ "‘r 1,8 U tramP
lll.mkwell and liml he Ins a Unequal- “nd ^ "iT, ',a',.‘loU‘s WiUl 0,10
i 1 v of brick, and is ........ them veiy 1 d r*tt‘8r b8 a
puny of my kind, than he a multimil-
lionaire, with the blood of a snake,*he
heart of a beast and carry my soul,
like Pedro Garsa in my parse.
When I think Of tlu three thousand
children in the city of Chicago, with-
out rags ti slieild their nakedness
from the cold north wind; of the ten
thousand innocent-1, such as Christ
blessed, who die every year of the
world for lack of food; of the millions
every year whose c-y goes up 111 Id
and day toGml’.s great thro’i . r
salvation, hut for soup; n f h *
... robe of righteousness, but I r a sec-
, ‘ l!r m'1"'| oml-hand pair of pants—and then
. i',,'.11,1' oon tern plate those beside whose
hoarded wealth the riches of Lydia’s
ancient kings we. e but a I.i gar's
pat rim my, lo hi ii wl.o beve se ho
law of nature Io f oil t ji or, i
long for the inystl • power, t
Hmfences that sear like ,.p ur
llames from lint h II, him s., -ve of
reasonable. You should el way.* pai-
nnize home institutions when you
can do so as well or better I bun else-
where. Ilemcmhor the north east
corner is the place to get good brick.
THE HUN'ri It A IS E.
This has been a pretty busy week
with everyl oiy and consequently but
a few names have been added to our
subsetiutlon list since our last issue.
This is tli * list:
J. \V. Collins.
E. J. Crabb.
(1. \V. 1 lodgson.
\V. If Thotii! son
Lewis Yo int.
Miss licssie Jo ies,
S. II. McKee.
A. C. Patrick,
The Goshaini concert given last
night was a great treat. All who were
present wen* satisfied that it was ah-
solu'ely mind reading and not a lake
| I hegentlsmen did all they claim to | vvol',M a wldfi ot scorpions to ns i ili.i
do, and tonight (Friday nighti they
will perform many curious and inter-
esting feats in mind reading. It Is
well worth seeing
rascals nuke I flirougli ih worl
Geo. A. Pucket formerly > f this
place but lately editor >1 lie Fort
Scott Dally ( iti/en In s myst* r ously
This nfllce turned out a nice job of | (Hsappe ired and it, is t ared lie has
h tter heads and envelopes lor the been foully ceaI■ with.
i 1 he fellow who attempted to smug-
gle Into this country, a chest of glass
oyes, had an eye lo butlin ss. He fore-
j saw tnat many would wear out their
| natural peepers looking lor some of
the Mu-Kinley prosperity.
Wonder it' the Republican pie coun-
ter is the cause of tho scarcity of
harvest hands in this country?
The Cuiten Mates would liavo a
tftio if Co Igre-s Would ever get a bill
passed providing for It.
I have a tiled tooling, said (he
fellow when tire wheel ran over his
hustling Marltudale Mercantile Co.,
of lunkawa, this week.
Mr. Ogg’s father und brother of
Lincoln c< nnty arrived Tuesday for
a weeks visit with C. IS. and family.
Hon Ton bread, fresh every day at
the comer grocery. Corner C ndi Gro-
cery. l lTf.KKIt'ON & 8o.f.
On last Monday nlgnl Iho city
council deslg cited the Hl'N as the
olthdul city paper.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Wichita are
visiting Mrs. Miller’s parents,Mr. and
Mrs. G. N. NelT.
A. Grad' of Wellington was down
th s week looking alter ills mammoth
. . ,, „ , 1 Coxey’s army had to keep o'T the
I atlos io bloomer s as well ss the gfMM| hut ,IUIlteri( at W,sh.
nations of t ie world .nova by cycles, j lllgto„ go to u> llkw hu„K(y ,lewrM
Cora l*almerof Medforil visit'd with “™™“
Mrs. ltlohardson the Drat of the week , Toming ev.nU cast their shadows
—---- belore"— I he Kllteno oouventlon w. a
Rest hue ol stationary at Padons a shadow of what?
I'onr Flynn! Dropped lui) feet at,
the 1 II rnii convention when that
august body refused to adopt a little
resolution commending Ms work.
A democratic union sohlie • hasju<*
been succeeded as C S Ma shal of
W \ a., by it republh an con federate
soldier. Yes tho war ia ,.ver.
“Wh > saves his c u itiy sav -s him-
«elf. W!io lets his c tint y dh- I u
ull things die Ignobly, u,,,f a;i (Mags
dying curs • him.”
Gage consults Carlysle, Irequenliy
on the financial question— ln» provt n
that wo are having warmed over
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Chambers Brothers. The Kay County Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 8, 1897, newspaper, July 8, 1897; Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1138342/m1/1/: accessed July 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.