The Times--Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 18, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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Tharp & Scoles
Phone 28. Res Phone 347.
vJ. A. THARP, Funeral Director and Embalmer.
FIRE AND TORNADO
15 Good Old Line Companies
We want your business, both Farm
Most reasonable terms
Come and see us
F. V. ROWLAND & CO.,
THE PURE BRED
GALLANT COLUM No. 10550,
The largest and best Draft Stallion ever
brought to Oklahoma. Weight 2200.
$10 for the season payable at time of service, or $15 to insure
living foal. Owners disposing of their mares before foaling will
be held responsible for the fee. All accidents and escapes at
owner's risk, but every precaution will be taken to avoid same.
Call at Farm and see the horse, his extended pedigree, and
picture of his colts.
CHICASKIA STOCK FARM
Ed L. Peckham, Prop. Blackwell, Okla.
hint pub’ul.ed in Times Record June 17. >907.
In tbe Probate Conn of Kay County. Ok'aboma
In the matter of the estate of
Ida Bousnian. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that on the 151b day of
June. 1907, the undersigned was appointed ad-
I ininistrator of the • estate of Ida
llousmsn. deceased. by the Probate
Court of Kay County, Oklahoma, and that
all persons basing claims against said estate are
, notihed to present them to the undersigned for al-
lowance at the law ofbee of Tetirick and Curran
in the City of Blackwell, Kay County. Oklahoma,
within four months from this dale, or they will be
Dated this the 21st day of June, 1907.
W. R HEAGY.
Administrator of tbe estate of Ida Boustnan, de-
TETIRICK A CL'KRAN. Attorneys. 4(
First published in Titnea-Recoril July tth, 1907.
Application for Liquor License
To whom it may concern:
Notice it hereby given that Earl Hood has filed
in the office of tbe County Clerk of Kay County.
Oklahoma Territory, a petition and application to
tell at retail, malt, spirituous tnd vinuout liquors
on lot number seven (7) in block number one hun-
dred and til (106) in the Second ward of the City
of Blackwell. Kay County, Oklahoma Territory,
and asks that license therefore be granted to tbe
above named applicant, after the eipiralion of
two weeks from the publication of this notice, if
I there be no objection in writing made and filed to
I the issuance of said license.
Dated this 19th day ef June, 1907
EARL HOOD. Applicant.
! First published in Times-Record July 4, 1907.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Notice is hereby given that W. J. Black and
' Jas S. Bryau have this day filed with the County
Clerk of Kay county, Oklahoma Territory, an ap-
| plication to sell at wholesale malt, on lot 2
j block 15, in the First ward of Newkirk
| in said county and territory. Now, if there be no
I objections filed in this office on or before
July 19, 1907. said license will be issued as
( required by law.
Newkirk, O T , July 3. 1907.
W J. BLACK and JOS S. BRYAN, Applicants,
Attest: C H. St. Clair. County Clerk.
B> U S CURRY, Deputy.
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If you are a Farmer and Stockman
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ind CURE the LUNCR
The Charming: Woman
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TOU MUST COT YOU* WKKD8
Mayor Shaver requests us to > -
1 nounce that Sectloa 21 of City Or-
dinance 210 relating to the cutting
of weed*, etc , will be enforced
and all are notified to at once com-
ply with that section of the ordin-
ance which reads as follows:
‘ It shall be unlawful for ihe owner
or agent of such owner, or the oc-
cupant of any lot, block or parcel of
ground in said city to allow or per-
mit weeds to grow or remain on su.h
lot, block or parcel of ground, or on
or along the s.dewalk in front there-
For a violation of such ordinance a
fine of not less than $1 nor more than
$100, or confinement in city jail not
less than five dtys nor more than 3
months or both, together with cost
of suit, Is the penalty.
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THROAT and EUNG TROUB-
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Of Royal Descent.
"La grippe" has been traced back
to the time of Queen Elixaheth who
was herself afflicted with It This
may account In some measure for the
Irritability of that celebrated lady.
The Doctor Away From Boms When
People are often very much disap-
pointed to find that their family phy-
sician Is away from home when they
most need his services. Diseases like
cramp colic and cbo era morbus re-
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many instances proven fatal before
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The man at the top
and the man below—
all sorts of people
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when they want a
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“Star” quality has never been equaled—“Star”
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The best is always the cheapest—“Star” is far
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good—so rich and waxy, so sweet and sub-
stantial— so wholesome and juicy — so
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Be sure and get “Star”—accept no sub-
150,000,000 IOc. picas sold annually
In All Stores
E. P. Blakb,
C. I. Blake,
State National Bank,
CAPITAL STOCK -
uaneril Banking Businas* transacted Tbara is no bank in Oklahoma
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Whether you be men or women, you
will never do anything in the world
without courage. It is tbs greatest
quality of the mind, next to honor.—
The Burmese have a curious id
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Bering that coins with male heads <
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