The Blackwell Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1905 Page: 8 of 8
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* News Notes ”
For the year Just closed it la *p
proximate! that 33,000,000 place* of
registered mall were handled, an In-
crease <.f 100 per cent over four years
Fort Grant, established many years
ago Pi guard the southern boundaries
of the Han Carlos Indian reservation
In Arizona, is to be abandoned as a
military p «t because of the peaceful
character of the Indians. _
F. B. Hulen has severed his connect-
ion with the Tonkawa Milling Co.,
having sold his I jterests to F. I>.
Bte /ens of Wichita, Kas Mr 1'ilen
has moved with his family to D *ar*
horn, Mo. where he has bought
Albert Taylor, a member of the
Indians, if the first to gain (ermls*
sion to dispose of inherited lands.
The tract comprises 240 acres located
In the northeast corner of Kay county
It will be sold to the highest bidder,
bids to be opened September 2<J
In Oklahoma a party engaged in
topographical work in the vicinity of
Guthrie began on July I, under
the direction of H. Hodgeson. The
stream* of northern Oklahoma will be
measured by W. C. Russell and those
of southern Oklahoma by J. II. Giles.
Under the terrible charge of hav-
ing killed and eaten many children
whom they bad stolen, twenty gypsies
have been arrested near Josxbereny,
Bungary. The leader of the band
•lose U al.eged to have eatan elght-
Nine men were killed and from 12
to 15 other* were injured by en « x
plosion of a ton of dynamite at the
plant of tha Empor am Powder
company, three miles west of Impor-
Aocordlng to a statement of popu-
lation of Oklahoma on June 30, 1904,
kaued by the secretary of the terrl-
torial hoard of agriculture, Kay
county is credited with containing
21,2*23 persons, as against 22.530 given
by the federal ceneus of lwoo.
Live Stock Markets
Kansas City, Mo , July 6 -Special:
The total HUDply of oattle last week
was 36,000 head,quite an increase over
the previous week, and the heaviest
this mi aimer. The class of the re-
ceipts suited the needs of the packers
better than that of the previous week,
as fewer heavy beef steers were In-
cluded, receipts running more t» light
weight cattle, not so much beef. De-
mand was good from all sources for
killing cattle and prices advanced
steadily all week, a total gain of 10 to
26 cent* tieing made on killing cattle
choice heifers and yearling steers 25
to 10cents higher Htorkei* and feed
era remained quiet, small demand
from the country, account of urgency
of farm work, and speculator* were
timid about loading up till after the
4th. The supp'y of cuttle Monday.
5000 head here, moderate at all points,
and lire market was in to 20 cents
luglicr A good deal of the stuff was
to the quarantine division, probably
half, and Die pr< p irlion of good cattle
in the native division mu urn >11, Host
•leers in the last, week sold at 15 4 >.
hoi they were not extra g >od, and a
great many cattle sold at 45.00 tn46 35.
You Cut Down
Your Painting Bill?
By buying cheap paint and saving
a few dollars (not more than «io
on a *ioo job) in first cost, or by
using Pure White Lead and gain-
ing fifty per cent, in wear and sat-
isfaction. It’s easy to figure which
is really the cheaper.
Pure White Lead
is the only paint you can safely
use. For forty years it has been
the standard, and is as staple as
gold dollars. Specify the brand
name when you paint and insure
« Main Every property otpier should read our
X At 1 O booklet, “ What Faint and Why," con-
A DAIfT taining plain facts about house-pairt.
* Sent free by National Lkad Cum-
PAINT pany, Clark Ave. and loth St., St.
i j«aiv • Loui#i Mo
“Collier” Brand Pure White Lead
h sold by all reputable dealer*
jrr *T 1
The underlying principle of our
business methods is to give patrons
the best possible services.
The Blackwell National Bank
is conducted on a strictly modern
plan. Established In 1*96 with a cap-
ital stock of SIO.OOO, it has steadily
grown, and is n"w in a position D
handle large as well as small accounts
The financial condition of
The Blackwell National Bank
is secure and prosperous.
(First Pub. Blackwell Sun 6-22-*01
In the justicecourt of A. L. Strong, a justice
of the peace in and for the city of Blackwell,
Kay county, Oklahoma territory.
Bowman A Varner, Plaintiff.
Fred Myer. Defendant.
To the abo.e named defendant:
You will take notice that on the 1st da> of
June. A. D. 19ti5, a writ of garnishment was is-
sued by the abo.e styled court for tbc sum of
$T,.76, and The St. Louis a San Francisco Kail-
road Co. has been garnished in said actioa.
Said cause has been set for hearing on the
15th day of July. A. D. W5. at the hour of Hr
o'clock a. m.. at which time you are notified to
be present. Bowman & Vak.nek,
A. L. STItONG, Plaintiff.
Justice of the Peace. 7-13
W. E. Moody
D. W. MILLER, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office In Barrett Bl> ck
Office over L. & B. Drue Store i Office 4 Blaukwkll
rtionea ( Re, m (tvr.i
era Sickening Shivering Fite
of Ague and Malaria, can be relieved
and cured with Electric Bitters. Thia
Is a pure, tonic medicine of especial
benefit In malaria, for it exerts a true
curative influence on the disease,driv-
ing it entirely out of the system. It is
much to be preferred to Quinine, hav-
ing none of this drug’s bed after-ef-
fects. K S.Munday, of Henrietta,Tex.,
wrltas:“My brother was very low with
m tlarial fever and jaundice, till he
took Electric Bitters, which saved his
life ” At W. G Anderson’s drug store,
price 50c. guaranteed
' We promptly obtain P. 8. and Foreign
i'Send model, tketch or photo
i'fra*report on patentability.
'' How to Secure*-----
i Patents and
of Invention tor f
For free book 1
Ippostte U. 8> Patent
fair to good steers at §4.65 to $5.15.
Top Monday was 15 65. Heifer* and
yeaning steers sell up to $5 10,60 cents
above any recent price, ard bulk of
this clues at $3 75 to $4 75, cows 42.75
to #4 50, bulls lower 42 25 to $3 76, veals
unchanged $4 75 to <*5 25, stockers and
feeders 43 00 to >4 35,stock calves 42 76
to 44 00. Receipts will be heavy today,
and a good run ts expected from now
on, but packer* took the llherial sup-
ply of last week In such a manner as
to Indicate a large outlet for beef, and
fairly good markets for killing c illle
oan be counted on.
Hog receipts were small here last
week, account of harvesting In this
territory, and price* were higher. The
market declined last three days, but Is
hack up Monday morning, toparnund
45.46, bulk of sales 45.35 aim better.
Competition Is keen foi the hogs and
Indications favor strong market*.
Shipper* would do well to see that
hogs are well cooled when loaded as
the li as account of heat I:: heavy.
Threw Physicians Treat d Him Without
W. L. Yancy. Paducah, Ky., write*:
“I had a severe case of kidney disease
arid three of the best physicians In
Kentucky treated me wIthout.success.
I then took Foley’s Kidney Cure. The
Urst bottle gave Immediate relief, and
three bottles cured me permanently.
I gladly recommend tills wonderful
remedy ” Hold by W. G. Anderson.
The funeral of Mrs. Lou Lynes took
place at her home in the northwest
part o f town Tuesday morning at
9 o’clock, and interment waa at the
cementry south of town. Her mother,
Mrs. Doolittle, came up from Morris,
Okla, Monday evening. Rev. Wood
No matter how small. No matter how large.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
--Will Give Xt Careful Attention.
This message applies to the man and the
W, H. BURKS, President B. E. D0WIS, Cashier
Asthma Sufferer* Should Know Thl*
Foley’s Honey and Tar has curt d
many cases of asthma that were con-
sidered hopeless. Mr*. Adolph Bues-
Ing, 7ul West Third 8t, Davenport,
Iowa, write*: ‘‘A severe cold con*
t-acted twelve years ago was neglect-
ed until it finally grew into asthma
The best medical skill available could
riot give me more than temporary re-
lief. Foley s Honey and Tar was rec-
oin met ded and one fifty cent, bottle
Smoking la * PowCer Msgwsiu*
is courting death more suddenly but
not more surely than neglecting kid-
ney disoidrrs. Foiey’s Kidney Cure
will cure a slight disord r In a lew
days and its continued us.' will eure j entirely cured me of asthma which
the must obstinate cases it baa cored 1 had been growing on me for twelve
many people of Blight's disease and j year*, and if 1 had taken it at the
diabetes who were thought to be In- start I would have been saved yeats
curable If you have kidney or blad- . of sutTerlng.” Sold by W.G. Ander-
der trouble, commence taking Foley's |*on.
Kidney Pure today, before It le too] Oliver I’arrett, of Medford, came
late. Sold by W. G. Anderson. lover to spend the fourtli with tils
Opera house, only 10c tonight, d * grandfather. John Parrett of this city.
Dr. George Germain
Specialiat Eye, Ear,Note and Throat
Glasses Properly Adjured
Special Course Royal Ophthalmic
Hospital London, England
Ponca City, Oklahoma
A Smooth Article
Win n you tUd It necessary to ua»
salve use DeWitt’s W itch Hazel Halve.
It is the purest, and beat for Hores,
Horn*. Boils, Eczema, Blind, Bleed-
ing I'cuing or Protruding Piles. Get
ihe genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Sold by L k B Drug Co.
The sixth annual convention cf the _
Photographers Association of Okla-
liorn* and Indian Territory will be Master Harold Foster met with a
held at Ardmore, I. T., October, 10, quite serious accident Sunday even
11 and 12. J. M. Gaunaway, of South , ing, by falling out of * hammock. He
McAlester. I T., is secretary, and will fell on his hands and the bones were
furnish full Info:mtalon upon request.; cracked In both wrist*.
(First Pub. Blackwell Sun. 6-22-*05.
In the justice court of A. L. Strong, a justice
of the jveace in and for the city of Blackwell,
Kay county, Oklahoma Territory.
Bowman A Varner, plaintiff,
V. Arnold, defendant.
To the above named defendant:
You will take notice that on the 1st day
o June, A. D. 1W, a writ of garnishment was
issued by the above styled court for the »um of
$5.26, and The St. Loui* and San Francisco
Railroad Co. has been garnisheed In said
Said cause has been set for hearing on the
15th day of July, A. D. 1905, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m.. at which time you are notified to
be present. Bowman 4 ^ annbr,
A. L. Stbong, Plaintiff.
Justice of the Peace. 7-13
E. P. BLAKE, PHKsiOKMT. C. I. BLAKE, vicb-fkesidknt.
URBAN TRACEY, cashier.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Capital Stock * * * * J25,000.
Jjhere is no 53an A in JCay County hotter ahto to handle
your business Come and See 3/s,
The pills that are as a Ionic, and not
as a drastic purge, are DeWitt’s Little
Early Risers. They cure Headache,
Constipation, Billlousness, etc. Early
There I* nocase of Indigestion, Dys-
pepsia or Stomach Trouble that will
not yield to the digestive ar:d st rengt li
LOOK AT THESE PRICES
OPEN TO ALL
Harvestet and Thresher ami the Other Fellow
We are the acknowledged leader of low prices in Kay county.
We have been here too long for you to doubt the
quality—the only change is in the price
1 iox can* VinlonCorn...................... * V
Per case (2 d< i cans)................... $1 65
1 d< x cans best solid packed Tomatoes..... 95c
Per case [i doz cans) ............... 1 *5
24 the best Navy Beau*..................... 1 00
1 d<>s cans best Homliy..................... 8'C
Per case ;2 d< s cans) .................... 1 65
1 dor cans Sauer Kraut .......... 90c
I gal bucket Syrnp..................... 29c
1 •• •• H>>r*hunn ............... C'c
9 Istra White Russian Soap................ 25c
9 * Milk soap............................. 25c
9 " Lenox ••....................... 25c
9 “ Diamond C Heap .................... 25c
25c can K. C. Baking Powder................ 17c
1 lb can Price’s '• •* .................. 43c
1 •• “ Royal " “ ................ 43c
5 gal Oil.................................... 75c
5 " Gasoline.......................... 90c
Dr. Prices Food........................... 10c
3 pkgs Vigor............................... 25c
Ht *r or Horse Shoe Tobacco per lb.......... 43c
Lou Calm, Maple syrup 1 qt.................. 35c
■ •• “ gal................ 60c
** •• •• •• 1 •*............... 1.15
Ul.ihe Flour per sk .......................... 1.40
Perfection *• “ " 1.40
W e carry the l»e-t Hams ami Bacon and IVkf. Leaf tainl
We are the only authorized agent for Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and
Teas and Log Cabin Haple Syrup
IYOURS FOR THE BEST GOODS)
A. L. STEPHENSON
Risers are small, easy to take and ing Influence of Kndul Dyspepsia( ure
easy to act—a safe pill. Mack Hamll- Tills remedy takes the strain oil the
ton, hotel clerk at Valley City, N. D., stomach by digesting what you eat
says: •‘Two bottles of these Famous and allowing it to rest until it grows
Little Pills cured me of chronic con- strong again. Kodol Dyspppsla Cure
stlpatlon.” Good for either children affords quick and permanent relief
or adults. W. II. Howell, Houston, from Indigestion and all stomach
Tex., says: “For years 1 have used trouble, builds up Lite system and so
Little Early Riser Pills in my family purities that disease can not attack
No better pill can be used for con- and gain a foothold as when in a weak
stlpatlon, sick headache, etc. than . coed condition. The constantly in-
the famous pills. Scores of testlmon- creaeing use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
lals prove their worth. Sold by L by physicians of hospital and general
& B Drug Co. practice of it*elf tells bow tills moat
--- wonderful modern discovery has pruv-
John Watkins came In Monday en to be the greatest rilgestant for the
evening end spent the fourth In alleviation of a suffering humanity.
Blaikwell. M# will leave tomorrow Its many cures of both children and
for Lexington, Okla , where he wl.l adults grow* larger day by day. Sold
btp'lze some candidates by L. A B. Drug Co.
Orsatiy id Dimtol | Clinton, Okla., waa selected »* the
Nothing is more in demand than a _|BCe for ,t|e |-eUi.lon of ihe blue and
medicine which meets modern require- grBy , |||s The Ume Ls Angust
tut*ntn for & hl‘»od dnd system cletin^er,
•uch as Dr King'* New Life Pill® The*
ire just whit you need to cure ttoniich
and liver trouble Try them.At W O.
Anderson1! drug •?ore,S5cvgu trtnteed
(First Pub. Blackwell Sun, 6-22-*05.,'
Notice to Creditors to Prweit Claims
Notice is hereby given, that letters of admin-
istration on the estate of Lucy Kinsman, dc-
ceaned, were granted to the undersigned, by the
probate court, of the county of Kay, Oklahoma
Territory, on the 15th day of June, A. D., 1905.
All persons having Claim* against Raid es-
tate, are required to exhibit the name to the uo-
derni|fned at office of W. C. Tetirick, attorney,
Blackwell, for allowance, within four months
after the date of this publication, with nace*-
nary vouchers, or they will be forever preclud-
ed from any benefit of »aid estate, er, aaid
claim may be filed in said probate court.
Dated thia 15th day of June. 1905,
J. 8. Wharton,
743 * Administrator.
(First Pub. Blackwell Sun, b-2I-’05.)
Notice to Creditors to Pretest Cta'.ms.
Notice ia hereby given, that letter* of ad-
miniatration, with will annexed, on the estate
of George Ford, deceased, were granted to the
undersigned, by the probate court, of the coun-
ty of Kay, at Newkirk. Oklahoma Territory,
on the 17th day of June. A. D., 1905.
All persona having claims against said es-
tate, are required to exhibit the same to the
undersigned at the office of John S. Burger at
Blackwell, Kay county, O. T., for allowance,
within 4 month* after the date of thia publi-
cation, with necessary vouchers, or they will
lie forever precluded from any benefit of said
estate, or,said claim may be filed in said pro-
Dated this 20th day of June, 1905.
8. F. Mu.lkk,
With will annexed.
(First Pub. Blackwell Sun. 6-29-*05
Mot’cc of Hetrlng Petition for Probate of Will
Notice i» hereby given to all persons interest-
ed in the estate of W. H. Cornell, deceased, that
on the 21st day of June, 1005, Elsworth Cornell
and Edgar C. Cornell prinluced and filed in the
probate court of the count v of Kay and terri-
tory of Oklahoma, an instrument in writivg
purporting to be the last will and testament of
W. H. Cornell, deceased, and also filed in said
court his petition praying for the probate of
said will, and that letters testamentary issue
thereon to Elsworth Cornell and Edgar C. Cor-
nell, the executors named under said will.
Pursuant to an order of said court made on
the 21st day of June, 1905, notice i» hereby given
that Wednesday, the 2bth day of July. 1905. at
the hour of 1 o'clock p. ni. of said day, that day
being a day of the regular July term, 19U5. of
said court, has l>een ap|)ointed as the time for
hearing said petition and proving said will at
the probate court rxjont in Newkirk, In said
county of Kay. when and where all persons in-
terested may appear and contest the same.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my .
hand and the seal of said probate court tin*
21 *t day of June, 1905.
Ii. L. IlnWHLEY.
P robot* Judge.
7-20 By Makie Clakkk, Clerk.
Spoiled her Beauty
Harriet Howard, of 209 VV. 34th St.,
New York,at one time hud her bgauty
spoiled with skin trouble. She writes:
“I bad suit rheum or ecx >no» for vear*,
.. ...... , but nothing would cure It.until 1 o*ed
between Ju y 15 und :0, to hrgta a.i Buck,e|1,# Arnlon Salve ”A quick and
active crusade lo the Interest of the
Mr M >odv **' • he l« Informed that
R>>\. Stone will return to O.lahotuu
College, end will visit every portion of
Oklahoma between this time and
September, the time for the opening
of the college.
A Orlm Tr«ve T
l* dally enacted,In thousand* of homes,
aa Death claim*. In each one. another
victim of consumption or i>neuu o«U.
But when ooughs and colds are i rop-
erlv treated, the tragedy U averted.
F. O Huntley, of Oaklendon, Ind..
writes: ‘ My wife had the consump-
tion, and three doctors gave her up.
Finally she took Dr King'a New Dia-
•overy for consuptlon. coughs and
oolds, whloh oured her,and to-day she
I* well and strong ” It kill* the geims
of ell disease* One dnee relieves Guar-
anteed at 50c and $1 00 by W. G. At d-
•raon, druggist Trial bottle free.
sure healer fur cuts, burns and sores
25o *t W l» Anderson's drug store.
rOLKT’t HONEY as* TAR to lb
Naum »"ly By
Pbtay * 04»M«», •!»(
W G Anderson
DOCTORS CLARK & CO.
can tell what
or affile Ion is
ing any quet-i
—ft Ion*, will l**
Thursday, July 13, 1905
One day only, until 5 p. m.
Offli-e at Hotel Maine
Tonkawa, Wednesday, July 12, 1905
Newkirk, Friday, July 14,1905
All chronic, nerv..us and private di-
sease* of bi.i h sexes successfully treat-
ed CURES GUARANTEED.
Consultation and advice free.
Dr. H. C. Wallace
Graduated under the founder of the Svleucs
at Klrkavllle. Mo
Offl e. Harr.-" lock Main H reef,
Residence, 615 Weal College A enue,
Blackwell, - • Oklahoma
Au nil well ha* J ist been brought
In at Pawhuska with an estimated
fluw of 3 000 barrels dally.
ThrssOaod and Just Rsaaous
Thcrtutre three reaaona why mot he. s
prefer Oue Minute Cough Cure: Firat,
It ia absolutely harmless; Second, It
tastes good—children love It j Tnlrd.lt
cures Coughs, Croup and Whooping
Cough when other remedies fall Sold
by L A B Drug Co.
John S. Burger
Offices over First National B a :
BLACKWELL, - OKLa.iwMA
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