The Blackwell Sun. (Blackwell, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Jhc jBlacliuicU f*un
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
J . I : 1*10 !i EY PRY THl Kf-IiAY '1
Blackwell. Oklahoma Territory.
Robert A. Neff & Jmw M. Eiiiminger.
Edilon ind Propriclofi._
Cmtrrrtt at 23/atAw// ^oslof/i f »<
9t end - 0 /at* <f//att*r.
We larr *uthi.riied t*> present the name *»I |
Jamfk P. VWMtY a* a candidate lor the
democratn nomination -f councilman from
fbe Firct Connell Dlurict, nnbject to the Util
act on »I ike demne rtttic contention. roads fot' the benefit of llis tm-
A'e are amhoirired to announce .tar full.*..* pl°> « "ho happens to be Over fif-
ty years of age. It in no manner,
*hape or form benefits the farm
hand, yet he i* taxed for the bene-
fit of the man who employs hiiu.
Then take it in the cities anti
towns. A non resident owns busi-
ness or residence property which
is benetitted by the streets adja
cent to his property being kept in
preper condition. He receives the
benefit and escapes the taxes. A^
direct tax would reach him the
same as it reaches the resident and
he would he forced to bear his
portion of the expense of keeping
the streets in proper condition.
Another good feature about it is,
that the street commissioners and
the road overseers can take the
money, thus derived for street and
road purposes, and accomplish
much better results with paid la-
PobealtbT Kidneys Make Impure blood.
All the liood In your body fuse; threugh
your kidneys once every three minutes.
_, ,8*31 M The k.dr.eys sre your
blood purifiers they fit- I
ter out ihe wasie or !
Impurities in the blood, j
It they are sick or out
ct order, they fail to do
F.ins, achesandrheu- !
matjsm come from ei- i
cers cf uric acid in the
bleed, due to neglected
Kidney trcuble causes quick cr unsteady
heart beats, and makes cne feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
man must devote PtlS0ned blood through veins and arteries.
, It used to be considered that only urinary
four days’ labor each, year, with- troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
pay, to fixing up the puMic I bH‘ now modeen sciersce pretres that nearly 1
A ROAD TAX.
The stand taken hy the Kav
county democratic convention on
the pood roads proposition is a
sound one. It purposes abolish-
ing the present poll tax system,
and adopting in lieu thereof a di-
rect tax for road purposes. This
is just, as it places the burden of
maintaining pood roads ; directly
upon those who are directly bene-
We could never see the sense in
exempting a man who owns a fine
farm from paying road tax, while
the unfortunate farm hand who
works for that
same- fur th.- ur ,'iuntj offices of K.ty
county. Old*.. -ul.ject n> the »»tr of the l>e"|ile
of the .tetnucratic jinmarirs, ««• >*• held Au*a»t
FOI KK.ISTFK OF DKFHS.
B. C. PAYNE.
J. FLEM SMITH.
H M ZlEi.l.KK
WM. HOW ARIL
E L. HOPTON.
W. V. PIERCE.
rill COCKTY CLFSF
BYROX J, RAH H.
C. L HOI. 1.MAN.
C. o. KF.ECi:
rut cor sty crruttm.
W • MooOV.
A. V. MOSS
lit IN Ml ttlAtl trt
ROUT Dl NLOP.
rot corktv commissions*.
VV. H CORNELL.
THE RIGHT STAND.
The democratic party of Kay
County did absolutely right when,
in its convention, it took its stand
upon the school land proposition,
declaring itself in favor of the sale
all constitutional diseases have the r begin-
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realised. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures cf ihe most distressing cases
anu is sola on tis merus
by all druggists In fifty-.
cent ar.d one-dollar ri;-
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mail Hum. t.r swunp-Root.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
k Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
It is now understood that the j
next executive officer to be hauled
over the coals by a committee of
congress i* Secretary Hitchcock of I
the interior department. Loud
, complaint* are made hi corruption
in the Indian bureau and peculiar
metheds in the geological survey.
Hitchcock is not believed to he
personally dishonest, but it is al-
leged that he has permitted his
agent*, especially tho*e who are
they can with parties his personal favorite*, to violate
called out to*work their poll tax. the law to their wn emolument.
With one half the numlier of men If the Anadarko Indian agency in
oflh^*V«TRndin7«I»nitv’landv thus employed, they could put the Oklahoma were instigated it is
The position is absolutely right. P«hhc roads in a hundred per cent believed that it would show how
Rod a political party that is too
cowardly to take a position upon a
t eat <|iiestion of public impor it is now a foregone conclusion
tance. is not deserving of the con- that Mr. Hearst stands no chance
fidence of the public. There were whatever of securing the demo-
■ few timid delegates who thought Cratic nomination for the presi
that it was not an opportune time denev. It might he well, however,
for the party to declare itself, on figuring ti|>on the presidential
The time is always opportune for possibilities, to keep your eye on
w party to tnke a stand for the Mayor McClellan, of New York
right. City, and Senator Gorman. Those
W C so often heat the cry tai-ed two men are developing strong
that thi* school land question followings, and there is no telling
should lie kept out of polities. We which way the cat will jump when
have heard the same cry l*efore. it comes to a final test in the
when other great matters were lie national convention. Henri Wat
ing considered by the public, but erson and William J. Bryan Hre
•he cry alwav* emenated from a t»otfi favorable to 'McClellan, and
t mid cla»s of politicians who had as they represent the two faction*
no more backltone than ha* an ,»f the party, they are liable to di>
argle worm. The*e • jut-*ti«*n* business when the proper time ar
must tie handled by the great rive*,
political jiaiti*' anti to dodge ——
item i« simply an indication of
It the position taken by thedem
. -atic party of Kay county i*
wrong let the republican party of
ertain pets of the department
thrive with the acquiescence of its
head. One of these men is known
to have drawn three «alaries simul-
taneously. In investigating the
Anadarko agem y the public would
like to know how much land was
turned into town lots and sold as
such which had been taken from
the Indians under pretence that it
was needed for agency purposes.
BARRETT'S Big Store
BEGINS WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1ST
We have always been the Leading Store in
Blackwell and Kay County, and now we are
going to boom it harder than ever. You will
find no TRASH at Barrett’s, but a store brim-
ming lull of first class merchandise. Our sys-
tem of doing business is bringing us new cus-
tomers from far and near. Watch us. for we
will make June the biggest sale mouth in our
existence. Keep your eye on all our “ads,” as
our prices will be far below all competition.
Barrett’s Big Daylight Store
Call lor Democratic Council Convention.
I'urouant to the motion of the Democratic Ceu-
tral Committee <t the flr**t council di-iric| of
the territory of Oklahoma, had at the meet-
ing of ft.t d c«■ uni ttee, in the city of Ponca
City. Kay county, Oklahoma Territory, on the
i 27th day of May, I***, I hereby call a delegate
convention of the -.aid council district, to be
I held in the city of Ponca City at the city hall in
--aid city, at one o'clock p. nt.on the 27th day of
J June, 1*m»4, f«»r the purpose of nominating a can-
didate for laid i:r*t council district.
W hen *1 htOCOrt* Rnc>>e\elt IN rote i* Hi|S «aid meeting, further ordered that
hi* book, ‘‘Ranch Life/’ he tvi- U»«* * •* rrprrwedUiion to »aid convention
, . . . . * .» shall be a* follow*:
. dentlv wa> not dreaming of the
. #1 One delegate at i.nc fr«Hh»th« county j
prtM'iency. On page ^ of D1$ 1 K)OR and f r•»nt tin • Iiim i • * N • ble and .lie »U n g.ttr (
he *!iv*. "the ivwb.iv* art brutally "" , ' ' 1
J thereof, cant for the M.»n. Wm. i ro—.. a- dele-
dissipated, hut they are much liet- ,..o.„k.r«.*» m i«ul
ter fellows and pleasanter eompau- it .* tunhur ..r.irrr<i. that a . ..mm c.n\m.
. , n / • lion, tor the puruo«e of electing *aid delearatew
ton* than *mall farmers ur agri-,,., cootu.„ ,oa,rnii„„. „ hei« .. k»»
cultural l»liorers; nor are the ) co«mjr, i« ikniiv hat) m thrciir of Nrwkirk. |
, . , , . , ' on thr I5th dav ol Junu. t<*H at 10:30 o'clock 4>f
mechanic* and workmen of h great I <u, and lhat ,,rimar
city to In- mentioned in the-same «> ei«-.i i.. -a d c.unn cun
Mention, to nelect drlrgatr- to **aid council con-
Eugene Ware, pension c«>niini*-
• ioi t r.in t« *pon*e to an inquirx
a* t>> the probability of hi* resign
mg. *a\*: “The public look* with
tlisfnvor on the act of the m w*pa
mi t • mity take tip the otbei *i.le pfj. (k b.tn.i in ni> u-;gn.itu»v.
cr tl...lge it by remaining *ilet:t eVen day. 1 iii*i*t that 1 -hall
v.. at will fight it out alAng tlul
re in thi* county. If tin |s»»i
• ;« right, let the republic.u
t f K iv ctiunlv endorse flit
• ’aI Liken bv thi dctlii tat* and
t * iplt't'nTl will It t .t Kelt Mitt of
t;. « in thi* . ..untv.
not k- ie*ignttl i if teller than .nice
.1 it't k. There .ue DO trouble* ID
the p*Mlog but can. It i* .1 foUfl
tain of pellucid, *i|tiit tiferous j. \
1 *hn!l stav in the pension oil., t
until panlonc.l out of it.”
breath.” Of course this opinion
of them by Teddy will doubtless
cause the farmers, farm Imnds,
mechanics am! lal»orer« to, rip
their shirts up the 1 * in their
wild scramble to gt t to the |k*IIs
ami vote for him, it . r ti e l>e ief
that they are alc.o*t a* good as a
veatioH, whall to h«-ld on thr 23rd day of Juor,
brturrn thr hour* of 2 o’clock and ?
o'clock p. m. of -aid dat, and that thr bantu of
rrprrwrutatlou to sgid connty ctHivrutio® -*hall
hr «»nr drl»*|»atr from rach ward and tonnshji
iu -aid county, for every 25 votes or major
• hip- for thr Hon. William M. Crouu, a* drle-
ratr u» comrrr—. and tu«» drlruatru from rach
ol thr toUMsli.ps contponiitif that portion of thr
Indian n * t ».«ti«»n t*1 form a part «»f Kay coun-
ty on thr tir-t da» nf July l,*,h*. Said bani* of
rrpmweuution %% 111 give t-av h ward and town-
Of Rc*l Kstate including
Farm and City Property of
all kinds is right here for in-
Every piece of property
on thi* U*l can be safely recommended for ProfiT to the invest'r.
We are ^tble to suit both the large as well as small investor*, ac-
cording to the means and desires.
For home seekers and others we have choice lots in Rlaekw«ll,
Okla. front $25 to *50 each. This price is so |. w tiiat it ought t"
appeal to those who wish t.i gather a nucleus from which to start a
Imtne. Buy while the price is low— the rais, is b tr.d to come 0
Every lot is in a nice, liigh and dry location, healthful ..t ; fir e #
water at 17t .24feeL We give perfect title. We als w it t all w
your INSURANCE business. Try us. J
F. V. ROWLAND & CO. $
Ti e Farmers' C pet rive Shipping
Ass -iatiou <t Kiv County, export:
tu surpass their work of last siimmir
during the tires.'nt *• ason.
I -hi|i in
. f (»t |. - .
-aid count \. a rc|'rr-«*niaii«*n a*
What are we
■ cinliei of the
' at lt cf u*e.l to *ct \«
itt* * to w Inch a mgto
ecu Hppomtcil a member,
thing keeps up we wouldn't
*urprisevl at hearing that Guthrie’s
coining to? A Kni.l jnstwe is the hot stnil. A
Guthrie school <lrt>,uau n*mtA Br,mn’ aml ,h" . .
wife, charged with obtaining That s what you need; some-
hi 1 iUo eighty-five dollars through raising thing to cure your biliousness,
' It tin* fl, lkbt lulls, were placed under a and rdgulatC VOUT bowels. You
IhiirI of fho,oo<>, while Watkins need A\(
kyer’s Pills. Vegetable;
and Dugan, charged with getting
had decided' to 'disiamtimn wilh »a47.ooo of the pwiples
inviting coons io their swell func
’^•n* It liegin* to look like a
sia ial revolution was on tapis in
money in a bank, were released on
Imnds of $.\v*o and ft.ooo. It
you »wi|>e anything at Enid, it
evidently ]*»\> to swijie enough to
insure a ataud-in.
J C Aye
Want > our moustache or heard
a beautiful brow n or rich black7 l »e
wn .-r, m mmmm> »»u»m nsw , *
The removal of Charley Baker
from Kav county necessitates a
slight change in the slate that is to ()een a<Uled to Kay county, ha
kt put through at the rtpubhean ^ divMed int(, tWo townships
county convention, which now
stan<ls as follow* Wooden fot
•heritl, Crank for county attorney,
Virgil Brown for probate judge.
Billing* foi register of deeds, St
Claii for couuiy clerk and Kel sey
Triumph* of Modern Surpcry.
- —----~ Wonderful tiling are done fi>r tlie
The K..vv reservation that bn*j
twken out and scraped and |*>u*ned
tnd put t>ack, or they may tie remov-
'd entirely: tames are spliced; pt|>ea
Take the place of diseased sections of
veins: antiseptic dressing* are applied
11 w .imlv bruise*, hum* and like In-
juries before IntUmmatIon sets in,
alilcli cause* I hem to heal without
Our neighbor, the Times- Record,
says it wa* the only |>at>cr in thr
county that advocated the candi-
dacy of William Buchhol* for del-
egate to the national democratic
convention. Now- wouldn't that
jar your slats?
named Kaw and Reaver. The
jHirtion of the l'onca reservation
hat has been added to this county
Iu* lieeii named Miller township.
The first opportunity ever given
these new town*hipa to vote will
>e on August otIt, at the demo
• ratic primary election.
The democrat* of Lincoln conn-
y, in their platform, declare for
he *ale of the
uaturatlon and In one-third the time
equtred hy the old treatment.
TumlierUin'a pain Balm acta on this
.line principle. It I* antiseptic and
then applied to auch Injuries, causes
hem tc heal very <|ulckly. It ali" al
,iv» I he pain anil sorenss, Keep a
mi|lie of Pain K.thu In your home and
l will save you time and money, not
o mention the Inconvenience and
ufTerlng winch such inimtea entail.
,Vr sale t>y W rt. Andera. n.
Illackwrll City, Kir-t u.ml2 vir-
Vyom! ward 2
Third w«utf 4
F«*urth ward 3
Nrwkirk i. ilk. I rwt ward 2
Si'oitd uatd 2 tolra
• Thii^ ward 2 vu|ew
fourth ward 1 \«>tr t
I'niuai d>. I r»t ward * vulfa
Si yvBil w ard 3 v»>tw-
Third ward 3 t»»lw
KuufHi ward 2 tntra
T>'ii kaw a City J
K.iw CiIk 2 «mra
Bias Uwrll Townahip 4 lulf-
Carli-lr T*»wn-h p 3 *«•!»-
I'rna* Tow n*hi|i 5 vote-
Dale Town-hip 3 totrw
K Ida re Town-hip* votH
I.owc Tow n-h p 5 »«'ti*
1.4 ng«issl I . Wlt-l a *"l«
New k<rk I’ow n*»hip 3 k*»tww
Owen T"wnwhip4 \
H'k k Fall* t«*w nwhip 4 k«-tew
K'-ntrow I'ow n-hip 4 %ote*
Kutind tlrove Tow o*hip 3 kote*
Tonkawa Tow n*btp J eote*
Not tk Vri iivit Tow n*h.p t vote
H**wth Vetnon Townwkia) *"te*
Wr«|oa Tow ilwhip 3 «otr*
Waltham Town*htp3 »"tf*
Kav h Indian Tow n«hip 2 vote* eat b
Thr primaries torlect *a<d delrpate** will be
held in thr kgrioM waid* and town«kip» in
nod count> at the u*ual place of holding IV-
m«Kritk pi marie* brtween the hv>tir« »»f
oYliv k and 4 •'clock \k m. of -.i d da\ .
It % order «*f the committee,
Jame* H. Dtpp*,
T. N. Athcf, Chairman
Au exchmige truthfully says
that the white man who advocites
social equality between the whites
tnd niggers hml letter move up a
tew notches, until he sets to h« as
good ns a nigger before spoutinR
ulxnit stwial e«|iiality.
See our north window for something new
in (il.ASSW AKE. Ixjts of |>eople can hnrdlv
tell it from real cut glH's. You c«n buy g’»
pieces of this fine imitation for wlmt yon would
pay for one piece of real cut glM*s.
Come to us for .Straw Hats. SunlRinnet«
ami light weight I’nderware.
We would like to *b >w
you *4)iLe of our
t/luchmores Big Racket
•ward. Into Flowchart,.
Many of the block house, huttt ta
douth Africa by Kllrhantr'a Irocpi
art iios hetna u»*<1 by th* boor farm
*r* s> residence, pti utr.| Ui* rtl.al .0
UUoa of :La*r larnJ.
Breaking th, Nawa.
*1 wish 1 had broken th* new* mora
gently.” riahod the editor, a* U>« of
•r* boy pled th* Bret is.*, t y drop
r b* tbd form dowa a fiiahl of aLora
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