The Blackwell Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1905 Page: 5 of 8
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Winkler, dentist, over Barrett’s.
Urban Tracey Is *fi'e to be about
Pay TAXES to F V. Rowland &
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Henry Hall of Alva, is visiting bis
broth... P E Hall, ibis wee*.
Natural as Hie. Frettytuan’spli'»*
Ben Smart came borne from N\ iclii-
ta Monday to spend the week.
Ten per cent reduc*ton on ail screen
doors dwtf Hopi b Hakdwakk Co.
Miss Emma Zmn, of Ed1y, is visit-
ing friends In the city tins week
PAY TAXES to F. V..Rowland &
Miss Mabel Gross came home from
Wichita, where she has been for some
Miss Velma Ruthrauff of Kingfisher
is visiting her parents in the city this
E J Cornell, of Ponca City, brother
of Ed Cornell of this city, was over
Mrs. N. 8. Blakely and family of La-
mont, are visiting friends in the city
M'ss Bertha Sanders, of Hunnewell,
Kans., is visiting her cousin, Will
Ralston, this week.
John Brooks and wife of near New-
kirk spent the day Tuesday with
Jake Mills and wife.
Miss Anna Spencer, of near Eddy,
is spending the week visiting with
L>r. Wood and family.
H 8 Gurley has moved into the
property which he recently purchas-
ed on east Padon svenue
John Burger lias moved his office
from over Barrett’s dry goods store to
over the First National bank.
C. R..G irnett of Blackwell has been
granted a license to marry Gertrude
Myers, of Burlington Junction.
Dr. J . A. Campbell lias mjved into
the house recently vacated by H. 8.
Gurley on west Oklahoma avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Green of Tunk-
awa passed through the city Monday
to visit friends at Hutchinson, Kans.
Miss Mae Turvey, of Arkansas City.
Kansas, is here for two or three weeks
visit with the family of Geo. Turvey.
Will Ralston returned Saturday
evening from a three weeks vacation
in the territory. He reports a fine
Mar oa Huston and wife, of New-
kirk, spent the fourth in Blackwell.
Mr. Huston is a brother of Mrs. Ed
The Creamery and Cold Storage Co.
hafe purenased lute in the south part
„f town, on which to build the plant.
Work will begin soon.
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Ball of Guthrie,
formerly of Blackwell, have moved
back here to-staj. Mr. Ball la • bro-
ther of Mrs. John R May.
For sale—A good work and driving
mare, also registered Hereford cow
with bull calf at side. Prices right,
d w 11 pd R C.Bimmosh, Blackwell.
When yon want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take and certain to act,
use Chamberlain’s Stomach and L'ver
tablets. For sale by ^ & B I»rog Co
Mis* Elina Griffith returned home
M mday evening from Wichita after,
finishing her course and securing a
diploma from the commercial college
Accord ng to the report of the ter-
ritorial superintendent of pehllc In-
struction 74 common school gradu-
ates in Kay county successfully pass-
ed the examinations held in April
John Moore, living north of the
city, showed us a sample of plums he
raised this year lit bis garden. It
measured six Inches in circumference
and the three trees of this v*r,®^y
were loaded down with fruit. The
plums are excellent quality, equal to
anything that is shipped in here from
H. T Peck, of Tonkawa, who has
been running the Royal restaurant In
that town on Grand Avenue, but who
Is this week conducting a refreshment
stand in connection with the street
fair in this city, had loss estimated at
gouo by fire in his establishment; at
Tonkawa Monday evening The fire
caught abouttl o’oloc* In the roof and
Its origin Is a mystery, as the upstairs
rooms were vacant. _
One Dollar Saved Uepree-nte Ten Dal-
The average man does not save to
exceed ten per cent of his earnings
He must spend nine dollars In living
expenses for every dollar saved. That
being the case lie cannot be too care-
ful shout necessary expenses. Very
often a few cents properly invested,
like buying seeds for hi* garden, wll
■ ive several dollars outlay latter on.
It is the same In buying Chamberlain s
folic, l holera and Dlarrhoe Remedy,
ll costs but a few cents, and a bottle
of It In the house often saves a doc
tor’s bill of several dollar* For sale
by L A B Drug Co.
Bert UJa'ey, of Arkansas City, I*
here v siting a few days.
PAY TAXES to F. V. Rowland &
Dessie Kates returned from Floral,
Kansas, Monday evening.
Miss Blanche Allen of Tonkawa
spent the fourth In Blackwell.
John G irdner of Tonkawa came up
to spend the week in Blackwell.
Joiin Kiefer and two sisters of New-
kirk spent the four.li In Blacuweil.
Ten per cent reduction on all cook
stove.,, d w tf Hori E HakdwakkCo.
Mrs. B. H. Ayres, of the V. ranch is
visiting friends in the city this week.
Ten per cent reduction on steel
ranges d w tf Hoppe HakdwakkCo.
Miss Betty Chewing, of Green coun-
ty, Ky , is visiting J J. Holland and
Miss Lilly Hall, or Kansas City, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P
Miss Lucile Ellis, of Tonkawa, is'
visiting her uncle, Willard Foster,
Your Opportunity |
• • > _1 H o r\ z"\ r* T ’ J
Is at hand to visit our store and inspect ^
our line of
is the best in the county. No *
iti which —
matter if you don’t make a purchase,
JJ come to our store anyway. We are
t anxious to convince you that ours is w
$ the only up-to-date china store in Kay J
$ county. This is the dish-lovers’ para-
S dise. Remember, it’s at
Warren Herbig, who lives south-
west of Ponca City, will spend the 1
week in Blackwell.
Mrs Ben Gravett and children of
Winfield are visiting with J J. Hoi-I
land and family this week.
cent reduction on all
E. C. Galloup & Son’s
The Big Backet
R. B Bibb was called to Yukon,
Okla, Monday evening by the death
of pis brother’s little boy Emmett.
Anson and Susie Andrews were up
from t h e Ponca agency Tuesday
visiting their brother in-law R. M.
Mrs Keck and daughter Berry, of
Ponca City, who have been visiting
friends In the city, returned home
Jes.e Campbell ca me up from Fair-
mount, Okla., Thursday to accept a
posltiou in the Frlaoo depot here
Ten per cent reduction on screen
doors, refrigerators, cook stoves and
dwtf Hoppe H ardwake Co.
Mrs. T B Chambers favored this
office with a sample of cherries re-
ceived for herself and other parties
from Mosier, Oregon. They are fine
specimens of the black variety.
C. E DeCamp’s 7-year old son had
bis finger almost entirely cut off with
a lawn mower on Monday evening.
Dr. Campbell was called and the fin-
ger sewed in place and put in plaster
Mrs Lot Lynes died at her home In
the northwest part of town Monday
morning about 8;4o o clock Mrs.Lynes
leaves a husband and two little sons
to mourn her death. Before her mar-
riage Mrs. Lynes was a Doolittle.
His Preference Was Tea.
An army officer from Fort Myer,
who called at the senate military com-
mittee room yesterday, related an *•■
eldent of an entertainment given a
few days ago when Maj. C-er. Sir Ed-
ward Ffarler of the British army was
chief guest. There had been brewed
for the general's benefit a special
brand of army lunch. calculated to
make the consumer see pictures in
short order The officers at the fort
displayed great pride in introducing
their English visitor to the beverage.
They were also surprised at his com
‘‘Don’t you know, old fellows," he
exclaimed cordially, with a character
title Insular accent, "this is beastly
good stuff; but.” he added frankly. I
Wd rather have a cup of
interest. See us if you want a loan or
have a mortgage to sell. Safety de-
posit boxes to rent.
Conservative Investment Co.
B. D. Ashbrook, Sec’y
Buff Brick Buiiiiing Blackwell, Okla.
East Blackwell Avenue
Rooms I, 2 and
Office Phone .........323
Kraus Res. Phone 329
V Gallup Res. Phone 299
^ Blackwell, - - Okla.
HERE ARE SOME BARGAINS
Ore-halt block of ground, south
uuriof town, 3 room house, good
barn. Price *8.v\
one of the b. t residences In the
city. A lot* on i rner. m the beat
part of residence II* r.ct. this Is
„ Hue home at only H-WO.
Ten choice lots In Day’s College
Addition near college south front
Forty acre tract adjoining oily.
Hue for plattlnglnto city lots, on-
We have (overal 3 and 4 room
cottages, ranging In price from
Farms from 13,000 to SII.OOO per
For exchange or sale. Stocks of
merchandise, hotels, elevators,
hut ami baggage line., etc.
Two-story brick. Main street
corner business property, price
*115oo. The rental Income maker
IS per cent Interest on this valua-
tion. If you want a snap, look
Three of the best residences on
Oklahoma Ave„ 11,M0, 4*700 and
|l 750. All In Hrst-dass aondltlon
and modern, each having iS feet
Five lots, with two-story frame,
up to-date house; fruits and Bow-
ers of many varieties; shade and
ornamental trees; good water,
everything fl12,rol,«!ilnnnl ’ * * *u
Ideal home. Price *2.000
Corner residence, 7 rooms, brick
sidewalk, on Blackwell avenue.
Give Us a Call If You W*p» Any-
thin j in Ouf Una.
AFTER USING. Co., ClevelamTohlo.
For sale by L & U Drujr Co-
result OF BUSINESS CARESt
Come anu see the------
Ronaard to HI* Mlotroo*.
■one winter night, shut snugly la
Jh-stde the fagot In the hell.
Anderson, the Druggist
We no*.hare tte Laiest Pathrrs icck ittm oer
- i Sslfkv -
A minister'* wife, a doctor1! wife
and a traveling man's wife met one
day recently and were talking about
the forgetfulneaa of their huaband*.
The minister’* wife thought her hus-
band waa the moat forgetful man liv-
ing. because be would go to church
and forget hla notea, and no one could
make out what he waa trying to
preach about The doctor* wife
thought her hu.band waa the mo*t for-
getful still, for he would often atari
out to see a patient arid forgot hla
medicine case and travel nine mile*
for nothing. "Well." anld the travel-
lng man's wife, "my buaband beau
that. He came home the other day
and patted me on the cheek and said:
•I believe I have aeen you before—
what Is your name?' "■—Brown wood
rou ..y 'wh.n I waa fair and young
A poet sang of me.
There'* not * maiden In your hall,
ThSugh tired and ale.py QVW.»A
But wake* •» y°u n*m« recall,
B And long, the hlatonr to know.
And as the piteous tale li aald,
A Of lady cold snd lover tin*.
■he oils beald* a lon*iT ,511%^;—r-
With threoaeore and ton rosier
Ab! dreary thought* and di tarns ai
But 'wherefore yield *•_*•
While yet th* p—F* bosom flowa^ .
While y»t the Jam*la pacrieo* fair I
Sweet lady mine; while yet tl* fine,
Throu te my P*Mlon and my truth.
And gather In :helr bluahln* prim*
The re- of your ^Lxhock-W.
“Comrade*” in Quarrel,
president Roosevelt keeps rather
close I rack of the men who served in
hla regiment of rough riders. He
greets them all effusively when the>
come to Washington and has helped
mar.v of them out of trouble. Not
long ago Major l.lewellyn of the rough
rider*, who no v lives in New Mexico. ,
was at the white house. The presl- ;
dent wit tall ing over old times with j
him. “By the way." the president
said, "where i» our old friend com-
rade Ritchie of the regiment?" ' Oh,
said Comrade Llewellyn, "Comrade
Yitchie was out in Colorado until he
got. too gay- Then Comrade Sheri*
Bell ebaaed him out of th# atate.
Strengthening the Nerves.
Self-control or nerve force it the
great lesson of health, and. t^efoiu.
of life Itself. To understand how to
relax Is to understand how to •H'ength
en nerve. Hearty laughter 1. a aource
of relaxation. « arc atao all high
thought., ae those of hope. b**u 7.
trust or love. Relaxation Is found la
diversion. An occaalonal outing of
holiday la neceaaary. Aa there are
conscious and unconscious thought.,
there are conscioua and unconsetoua
nerve tensions Women, *h°fr
p'«. 1° - ‘
Whonyour nerves are
all unstrung, your
appetite fails you and
you feel as though
"... *»°w .b.«-»\\1 Tf
S'.srsyss sms »
their laps and they say they are so upon yourself by hastily-eaten
tired- -Health Culture.
Motor Mode* for Doga,
Since it Is the fashion for men and
women who can afford It to travel
about in motor car*, pet dogs mus'
be the companions of their ma"te”
snd miaire.-ses on motoring trip*( a*
on other occasiora. It l» essentia?
also, that the do*" *h(l11 b* dressed
appropriately and therefore they wear
*P‘ ‘ . _ ____„.4 <rin** fastened over
inflicted upon yourself by hastily-eaten
delicate, will stand a lot of service, but
they resent ill-treatment.
b the greatest remedy in the world for
also, that the cog* correcting and curing all forms of stom-
appropriately and therefore they wear j| anrf digestive trouble,
xogglea of colored glaa* fastened over j Jt inntantiy imparts new life and vigor
.ho eves so that no dull can pene to these parts and keeps tl
To the Public
ttte believe that our friend* and cu»tomer* will take a* "’uch Pr“*
w and plea9Ure a, we do In th. record we have Ju»t attained In the
gain of our sale* during Hay and June. .Q»5. over Hay aod1 June..«>4.
o< Thirty-nine Hundred nnd Seventy-one Dollars an---wenjL-
We believe that no other store in Oklahoma can show auch reaulta.
Our customers know that auch a phenomenal gain a. we have m. e
can only be attributed to the fact that we are giving better value, and
better merchandise than any other firm.
The satisfaction given our cuatomer. by the goods we sell cauta.
then, to buy again and to Induce their friends t. do likewise. To thta.
who are not our customers this demonstration of our popularity should
be sufficient evidence to their minds to warrant them In Inveatigat ng
our method of doing business.
Nothing but unusual merit could account for the unusual gains and
unprecedented business that we are enjoying. We believe tha
should carry conviction to every thinking man and woman In thl.
lea of colored gla*» tameneu u |natan,iv Impart* new me auuv.gov
the evoa ao that no dual can pene to these purta and Weep* them in prim#
«■* .“r-STbSs :~r“
car goea aplnnlnx along.
Airs. A. E. VanSkike. B. M„
Ttacharef VOCAL and Imirumrntal Mutlc
Daily L -mio*. :0 Minute* Each,
fV |vr Mont h
One or Two Per Week, 3° Min
utva, Etch 50Ceota
Phone 3.m Blackwell, Okla.
lar or half-dollar aite of i>k.
WELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN now at your
doea not benefit you.
Do it now.
PEPSIN SYRUP CO.
The Foster Her. Co.
Kay Go’s Greatest Store
L. O. L. P.
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