The Times-Record. (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897 Page: 4 of 8
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l*ublubrd Ertrr Toured**, at Hlarkwcll
okla Tv , Br
THE TIMES RECORD PUBLISHING Co.
j W RANDALL. Editor.
, Three month*...................
Die ** ....................
Payable in advance.
Hesfling locate S cent* par line for each
>er month. ...
• ."J'* .7 —
^AU^dvVrtlaln* continued till ordered
oit ann into for. Statements wl.l *»»
presented at close of each month.
MONEY to loan on deeded farm*
and money to loan those who wish to
prove up. Quick return*. No ex-
pense. Low rate of Interest. Easy
terms. See us.— ltow land Ilealty Co.
Verna Hpringgate, the charming
young elocutionist and Impersonator
will lie at the Tabernacle In Blackwell
on Tueaday and Wednesday nights,
October l Jth and 13th. It will lie an
entertainment well worth the price
Warning: Persons who suffer from
coughs and colds should heed the
warnings of danger and save them-
selves suffering and fatal results by
using One Minute Tough Cure. It is
an infallible remedy for roughs, colds
croup and all throat and lung trouble
W. (1. Anderson.
From present indications Wm.
r.rimes seems to be in the lead
in the race for U. S, Marshal for
Ok lnl tom a.
\Vm. Jennings Bryan received
*2,-100 for making two speeches
in Wichita last Friday. Surely
limes and improving.
Verna Sprlnggate gave one of her
'inimitable character entertainments
in the city last night. The young
lady is one of the most gifted and tal-
ented elocutionists and impersonators
of character Wichita lias ever had
the pleasure of listening to. Wichita
is proud to be the home of this charm-
ing young lady and the Beacon de-
lights to recommend her to the pub-
lic everywhere as a royal entertain-
er. Wichita lleacon.
♦ • *
President MrKir.lt y has ap-
pointed Hnzea Townsend, of Col-
orado, United States Judge of
the southern district, of the In-
nian territory to succeed Judge
Kilgore, who died last week.
The lirst. annual meeting of
Ihe Kay County Fair Association
will he held in Newkirk October
•jfl.to 29th. Tho association has
purchased line grounds adjoining
Newkirk, and very liberal prem-
iums have been offered. A list
of the different premiums will bo
furnished by applying to Secre-
tary, C- M. Burnett.
This is our second
invoice of capes and
you can see that we
are selling wraps.
We can save you
money. Call and
see our lino.
A pain In the ciu-st is nature’s warn-
ing that pneumonia is threatened.
Dampen a piece of llannel with Cham-
berlain's 1'aln Balm and bind over the
seat of pain, and another on the back
between the shoulders, and prompt
relief will follow. Mold by W. G. An-
. «• m —
J. M. Thirswend, of Grosbeck, Tex.,
says that when he had a had spell of
Indigestion, and feel had and sluggish
he takes two of lb Witt's Little Early
Risers at night, and he is all right
the next morning. Many thousands
of others do the same thing. Do you?
—W. G. Anderson.
Wc are taking
orders for ready
as well as Tailor
a good trade we
can save you
money in ready
from 1.60 to 2.60
per suit. Get
If you will call at the •(
CORNER CASH GRO- ]
ERY we can convince |
you that we can : i -j4-
on your supplies. We j
carry everything kept >.
in a firstclass Grocery, j
A republican farmer on his way
In town with a load of wheat saw
i populist farmer coining ulong
i in? road. The republican began
to cry awfully. What's tho mat-
torY" asked the populist. “I’m
toiling my wheat i<- town." said
:hr republican. Boo hoo!" The
popuHot looked at him and said:
■Put v.hat are you crying for?
You'll get a dollar a bushel for
t.” The republican (Tied afresh
'-aid said "Hut. tint Mold stand-
ard is still in dMisldUCO and
there " But the pOptllist farm-
er whacked liia hots© and drove
'•n lick ty spindle. “The darn
repubiican, he said, "lie was
•goiefc to t~ll me there wouldn't
"le'cirirfh money to handle the
1 vheK ' Wichlla Eagle.
Besides having a diploma from the
Parsons llorological Institute Unbcrt-
son, the Jeweller has had several
years practical experience, and will
guarantee all his work to give perfect
The American Protective Tariff
League has just issued another and
very complete edition of our Tariff
laws. This volume of 14 t pages, gives
tiie official text of the Dinglev Tariff:
complete comparison of the Dinglev
and Wilson law: and. Index to the ar-
ticles covered by the new tariff. The
book will lie of great value for refer-
ence and for answering all questions
regarding the tariff question, it will
be sent to any address for Twenty-live
cents. Ask for document No. 27, and
address The American Protective
Tariff League, 13.7 West 23rd Street,
--♦ • ♦-
Wc have a good
Blanket for 50c a
pair. Can’t be beat.
We have made our
3d order in this lino.
All kinds of feed, Tin- <| ^
ware and Queensware '
and make prices as low T
as any railroad town. <|
| FULKERSON & SON.
WEST & DYER.
I will occupy the Swan building
on North Main Street about the
last week in September with an
entire new stock of Millinery
Goods, and respectfully invite
the ladies of Blackwell and vi-
cinity to call and examine my
stock upon its arrival.
Mrw. M. .J. Humphrloa.
L. H. MKEI.TON,
M. K. lllCIIAHDSON,
• utt wm ■
It ' n,* tUougfli the tlfctno-
* 'n’'v' ‘pally or Ohio would have
'» !* !\1 ( doKen wings and fac-
:U>mi before '.ho Ohio campaign
a n or. A largo and very intelli-
1 gent element of tho party refused ------v __
lo endorse tho silver platform will meet here October Hi instead of
- a . I A. 1__1*)4 1. .... .1 llllfnro
This week will end one month of
Guy Harp entered the 9th grade
Miss Edna Rickey is reviewing
Win Brock visited the school last
lliratn Frazier, one of the county
examiners visited the school last
week, and considers it equal to any in
Kay County Teachers Association
r\ -V. F.OWLA1ID
^^•F.yeilght Is prloelrss ♦ See me Twelve
Artificial Eyes a Specialty.
BLACKWELL, - “ OKLA. TER.
3/\]MK OF BLACKWELL.
CAPITAL STOCK $10,000.
Now open for the transaction of n.l lcfjitiinatt: nnd
Conservative banking. All such business re-
Blackwell, - - Oklahoma.
W. P. Bates D. N- Bates E. L. Bates.
Growers anti Propagators of Nursery Stock
of all kinds.
Ml A*. |
iiul candidate, and has made its the 13thas announced before,
own platform and nomination.
Tho populists who co-operated
,\iih tho democrats last year
j F. FRANK,
Whips Combs Brushes
Destructive Fire at Modford.
A special to the Eagle from Med-
„ .... ---- ----------- - ford, dated Oct. ti, says: At 4:20 this
mve also made their own plat- 1 morning lire broke out in the rear of
form and nomination. Now it 1\ E. Dean's general merchandise
>ppears that that element of the -tore. The alarm was given and the
1 1 . , . , , . i city's new Babcock extinguishers
democratic party which auopted ^ ,,roUfrht t0 thc s0cn, and put to
tin' free silver piauk of tlic Cln worll )mt jiaj no Cir,.c-t on the flames,
cago Utterance as its platform is ’pile entire row of buildings was burn-
again dividing. The latest re- ed. Places totally destroyed were:
ports from Ohio indicate that P- K. Dean's general «^chandise | -.......- f
MoIj.n. wbo stilS V
(he eenetorlei fight iu t illvtr itock saved; Medford comp - « ,
man, lias advised the abandon- store; loss $900; no Insurance. Arcade A'
I ent Of tho silver issue, and that saloon, loss *S00: no Insurance. Stron- j T"« OcptlSt.
... . , ... pnual' ler's harness shop, loss $200; stock : Light \ ears 1 radical
lldsis caumng about an cipiai ( ! Experience, l’ermanently Located
division <>f that sectiou of tho t""11 '
------—. — - — tb
W. P. BATES, Superintendent of Sales.
J. S. Newton, Local Salesman..... Y’. A. Hill. Local Salesman.
Newkirk, Okla. Ponca City, Okla.
BATES BRO'S., Proprietors - FLORAL, KANSAS.
JB. E. ^TmsMiTiiT
*»■ Repairing Harness a Specialty. ^
Blackwell, - Okla- Ty
Kj*Opposlte Times-Record Office.
IgL 11 vn l» ■ - j ■
fcjTOfflce in Blackwell Block.
SLACK WALL, : : OKLAHOMA.
M olh,r ™.u WM*. .m I *
leiuoeracy which originally | burned and some were torn down to ufidge Work a Specialty.
>or t ed the free-silver platform from ournlng. The totalloss | e^rofflee In Blackwell Block,
adopted at Columbu* in July. It | will amount to probably $15,000, of
■i h„s a,.pears that the once solid , which only M.000 is covered by Insur
dcmocr-.n-y *'f Ohio IS now being w ^ whlch prevented the Are from
cent into at least foar illllereut dCBtroying the entire town. The tire
'nig'Hi'iils, and there is no tolling ;8 supposed to he the work of an In-
•bow many more ext>losioafc may j cendlary, hut suspicion ha* not at-
bxyMfr lw«ftrro elcd ion. J tiu'hcJ.
All kinds of repairing neatly done. Well tubing
and tin fruit cans always in stock. All kinds ot goods
made of galvanized iron or tin, made to order.
Tin Roofing and Eave Spouting a Specialty.
^theft e Smith
Jc>. JPL. HldwGtrcls,
BLACKWELL, 1 OKLAHOMA.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
cJ. YnZ YnlIS/JE, proprietor.
Nobby Turnouts at Reasonable Hates.
-Horse* Boarded bv Day or Week.--
v Commercial Trade a Specially, >■
—GIVE ME A SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE.—
J. W. WYMER. •' BLACKWELL, O. T.
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Randall, J. W. The Times-Record. (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897, newspaper, October 7, 1897; Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1138587/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.