The Times-Record. (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1897 Page: 1 of 8
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REPOBLICAN IN PRINCIPLE, BUT DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF BLACKWELL AND TllE DEVELOPMENT OK COUNTY KAY-
BLACKWELL. KAY COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897.
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KBD HOT IMPLEMENT STORE! |
I TIME TELLS ALL THINGS! HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE NOBBY 3
Buggies in all Styles, Drills of all Kinds.
—>~SCOME AND SEE
We are too Busy to Talk,
Ed Lj. ec 1^I7cin7,
(Successor U> Peckbam. Brown & Pond.)
A TTORUEY-A T-LA W.
JJLAt KWELL, • - OKLAHOMA
Practice In all Territorial ami Federal
Court:, and U. S. I.and Office.
W J*. PAI30Ni
pjrysiclap apd Suy-geor).
t: ‘Office over Anderson’s Drug Store.
Residence one door North of
M. E. Church.
BLACKWELL, - - OKLAHOMA.
,G. & Elliott TU[. ID.
Physician and Surgeon.
t i, Calls Attended Anywhere Hay or Night.
Office hours in town, On. in. too p.
m. From (5 p. m to 8 a. in. can he
found at farm, Loir miles east and %
lulls south of iSlrtcU well.
V?. O. pujitipgtop, 1WI. O.
I*5t#> si<*i:in aV Nur^oon
Kunistored and Licenced to prac-
tice In both lvay ami Grant county.
>-Ofllce on Farm f» miles west and one-
half mile sou Hi o1 Mlnckwell. rails answer-
ed night or dav FostoQkce address, Box 56,
lilack\vell. Oklahoma Ty.
The Bank of Blackwell has pur-
chased the Chas. Schmidt property,
on Main street, opposite the TImes-
Mrs. \V. W. Stephenson left Tues-
day morning for a three weeks visit
with friends and relatives in Kansas,
Nebraska and Iowa.
W. H. Myers cqme down from Kan-
sas City the lirst of the week to at-
tend t^soine important business mat-
ters relating to the welfare of Black-
Owing to a lack of advertising space
we are unable to publish an adver-
tisement for Dr, Diamond Dick this
week. His office is at the Hotel
Kay County Teachers Assciation
will meet in Blackwell on Oct. 13th,
All are cordially invited. We expect
to have a very interesting program
! and a splendid time socially.
Moments are useless if trilled away;
! :jnd they are dangerously wasted if
| consumed by delay incases where One
A Railroad for
The Hutchinson & Southern Railway
Company to Begin Work at Once.
EXTENSION FROM MEDFORD!
J. BLOGS, IVJ. D.
Having permanently located in Blackwell
I will practice mv protfession inthisnnd
adjoinin'-' counties. All calls promptly ■
attended to day or night.
Diseases of Women and Children
Having bad twenty-time years expert-
i nco in Hie practice of medicine, we trel i
ourself perfectly competent to take
■ liargi- id any cu-e couiitg under our ob-
- f-Offlcc JOl North Ma'n Street.
IBlackwell, : Oklahoma.
■ slave you an Organ
|0r Sewing Machine?
Does It need cleaning or re-
|p iii in/v If so II K. Me n-iglit, of Parker,
f.iicrs nis services, i f \ postal card giving
fcour loeatlon will bring blm to youi boos IS
■years actual experience: and nil work guaran-
■t.....1. your patronage respectfully solicited.
I am now located In Blackwell and Pre
pared I 1 do all kinds id Dental Work-
k . th I xtra. tell w ith hut little pain,
correcting Irregular Tri-th a Spc laity.
C^Offlce at present with Dr Blood.
fourth Main St. - Bl.u k wi ll, O T
The Board of Trade and Citizens Throughout
the City Jubilant Over the Prospect
for Speedy Connections
With the World.
Owing to over-crowding and bad
ventilation, the air of the schoolroom
is often close and impure, and teach-
ers and pupils frequently suffer from
lung ami throat troubles, To all stu b
we would say, try t’hatuberlaiu'i
Cough Remedy. For coughs, colds,
weak lungs and bronchial troubles no
other remedy can compare with it.
Says A. C. Freed. Superintendent m
Schools, Prairie Depot, Ohio: "Hav-
ing some knowledge of the efficacy < I
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, I liavt
no hesitation in recommending it to
all who suffer from coughs, lung
troubles, etc." For sale by W. G. An-
©. YnZ. Glcnrlr,
Located just east of
-£54- the KIpndike Salqon,
-xx- on Blackwell avenue.
Three chair shop,
(ggr'Call and see us.
Minute Cough Cure would bring im-
mediate relief.—W. G, Anderson.
\V. II. I’adon is moving his building
from East Blackwell avenue upon the
lot he recently purchased of Win.
Bean and "'ill move the postoHlce in-
to it the latter part of this week.
Ernest Snodgrass and father, d. \V.,
have eighty head of line cattle which I
they are feeding. They recently sold
seven head of calves for $14 per head.
Cattle are high.—Kildare Journal.
R. M. Lear, a brother of Mrs. II.
Hatfield arrived yesterday from War-
rensburg, Mo. He came out to visit
his sister and look after his threshing
machine which is being operated in
If you have ever seen a little child
in a paroxysm of whooping cough, or
if you have been annoyed by a con-
stant tickling in the throat, you can
appreciate the value of One Minute
Cough Cure, which gives quick relief.
W. G. Anderson.
Rev. Hawley, ex-pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Oklahoma
j City, will preach at the Tabernacle
next Sunday morning and evening.
Rev. Hawley is one of the ablest
speakers in the territory. Come out
and hear him.
O. K. Galloway left Monday for
Kingman, Kans., to prepare to move
to Blackwell, He expects to return
next week accompanied by his wife,
when they will take charge of the
Buckeye Stoic until his father can
make arrangements to move to Black-
To the Board of Trade, i
Blackwell, Okla. f
Gentlemen: The proposition of
the Board of Trade is accepted, sub-
ject to the condition of former agree-
ments and resolutions passed.
W. A. Bradford Jr. &Co.
The above letter explains itself,
i The Board of Trade of Blackwell has
1 been diligently at work for months to
secure a railroad. They have met
1 »*.*■ many discouragements, but
through perseverance they have final-
steadily Increasing in value, until
real estate brokers are asserting that
they are doing a regular “land office”
business. Many new business lirms
have been established during the past
few weeks, and every indication for a
constant and steady growth is now
plainly visible. Business men who
have paid rent for the past four years
are preparing to lniild houses of their
own and the time is near at hand
when Blackwell will experience her
second building hooui.
On to Blackwell! the mistress of
ly succeeded in closing a contract 1 the Chikaskia Valley and the futpre
A Knights of Pythias lodge was or-
fTTTTTTTTTTTTTHTTTTTTHTTITTTTmHTTTTTTTTTTDt.i ganized in Blackwell last Saturday
—---- ! night with twenty-nine members.
j Tile lodge was instituted by Grand
Chancellor Shanafe’.t, of Perry.
! About, fifty Ifnights from neighbor*
| ing towns were present, and a grand
1 banquet wis given them at the Hotel
3S/[ c iM c gi 11
| Horse Shoeing u specialty, Fit si
Blacksmith in town. Good work al
Low Priori. Give me a call, on East
J.” .P-Kwell A vp., Bl.n-twell, U, T
with the Hutchinson & Southern rail-
way company, to build from Medford,
Grant county, to Blackwell, a dis-
tance of twenty-live miles. The road
to be completed and in operation on
or before March 1st, 1811$.
While the contract calls for the
road to be here not later than March
Jst, 181)8, the managers in charge, as-
sure us that the contracts fur grading
will be let at once and the work
pushed with all possible haste, and
that they expect to be running trains
to Blackwell by December 1st. This
means much for Blackwell and the
western part of Kay county: to Black-
well it means more than we shall at-
tempt to say at this time, but suffice
it to say that it locates the town per-
With railroad facilities Blackwell
will be the natural market for a large
per cent, of the farm products of
Kay County. It will stipiulate bus-
iness in every branch of trade, and
inspire permanent improvement,
throughout the city. New enter-
prises will be launched and those al-
ready established will now be thor-
oughly developed. Located, as IWE.
in the heart of the richest arid n(e>-t
productive portion of the territory,
the town has long been considered, by
everyone fainilia- with the Cur-
rounding natural advantages, as the
future metropolis of northern Okla-
Capitalists and investors are daily
Visitors to the cit^-, and property is
metropolis of northern Oklahoma, is
the watch-word heard oq every hand.
Miss Widick thinks qf advertising,
“Angels for sale.”
School opened an the 13th. with an
enrollment of 313.
Monthly instead of weekly reports
will appear in the papers this year
Prof. Davis visited the school on
Monday and gave a very piesant talk.
Latin will be introduced in the 9th.
grades giving three years to the sub-
ject. instead of two.
Miss Dyer has introduced History
in the 7th. grade and flnds it a great
factor for quietude in her rooiq.
Miss Lyda Bainum visited the
school on Tuesday, she thinks of en-
tering tin graduating class.
Parents are urged to send their
children at the earliest convenience
that they may Ixi properly classified.
There will be a graduating clasH
from the High School this year; the
lirst since tlie establishment of the
Miss Martha Beaty was a visitor on
Tuesday. She will open school in a-
bout two weeks, in the district just
-. i t of town.
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Mrs. R. W. St 1th accompanied her
rather, W. I). Myers, to Kansas City
Monday evening for a ten day- yl. it
with her parent- n:vl friends,
BON TON SHORT ORDER
All Work Guaranteed.
■*NTO*TTrrn. —^ v.;& ,tt<r"r’rT*
Fine (’igara, Tobacco
Meals At All Hours,
RALPH KRIDLER, Prop.
Blackwell Ulk., Blackwoll, Okla.
“My boy came home from school one
day with his hand badly lacerated and
bleeding, and suffering great pain."
says Mr. E. J. Scliall, with Meyer
Bros.’ Drug Co., St. Logis, Mo. I
dressed tiio wound, and applied Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm freely. All pain
ceased, and in a remarkably short
time it healed without leaving a scar.
For wounds, sprains, swellings ami
rheumatism [ know oi no medicine or
proscription equal to it. ) consldei
it a household necessity.” The 26 and
<70 cent sl^cs for sale by W, t«, Audi
A new dwelling, barn or granary ! ,
being built this fall cn almost vta..^
quart <■- M ctiou in Kiijr wiBty
the lynching ot Arroyo and declared
it then- was any fault in the vigilance
on the part of tho police It should he
, Investigated and the consequences full
ill l tit ty mu w tu .. «,«.
yesterday morning between a Midland
passenger engine and a handcar. The
accident occurred near Basalt, fifty
miles west of Leadvlllo.
banging in the school house. Accusa-
tions of intimucy with n stepdaughter
and a fight for bis Job by uegroes
drove him to suicide.
Columbias are not properly represented In your
vicinity, let us know.
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Randall, J. W. The Times-Record. (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1897, newspaper, September 23, 1897; Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1139409/m1/1/?rotate=0: accessed April 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.