The Times--Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 18, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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McGee & Mills for watches.
Pierce Balter Co for farm loans
For Sale Cheap—Two-seated sur-
rey, good as new Apply to A L.
When In quest of ft re - l -s* dent-
istry see Dr. Ewing. National block
For Sale—The old Oi.rra hou«e
properly at a big bargain See G.
Wm. Sherr, owner of «he S.voy
hotel, is having the brick masons do
some repair work on the property
this week and are fixing the curb and
sidewalk with cement.
C. R. Ogg and one of the boys were
up from their farm home in Owen
township a day or two last week look-
ing after business interests. They
are nicely located and well pleased
with farm life.
Cass T. Lockwood, the attorney, re-
turned Wednesday evening after a
pleasant visit of three weeks with
relatives and friands at the old home
Cortland, Michigan, and other cities
in that part of the state.
Drs. Wallace and Leeper. the
osteopaths, have frequent calls for
their services from other towns in
the county, and Monday Dr. Wallace
was in Braman and Dr. Leeper in
Peckbam ia answer to such calls
F.. E. Stephenson and family are
repairing and fitting up the resi-
dence lately purchased by them on
East Blackwell avenue of E. G.
Diaper, and will occupy the same as
a home as soon as it Is ready for oc-
Ferguson Bros. & Vickery this
week Installed the carrier system in
their large store. The most of our
large stores now have the carrier
system and we congratulate Fergu-
son Bros. & Vickery in joining the
Delegate D. S. Rose returned Mon-
day evening from Guthrie, where he
had been attending the called session
of the constitutional convention
Mr. Rose thinks the constitution has
not been improved by the changes
made at the last session of that
Mrs. W. E. Purcell of Anthony,
Karrs., was in the city Monday of this
week on her way home from Ponca
City, where she had been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Stearns. During her
wait between trains she was the
guest of her old friends, the Mc-
We read an item the other day that
dogfennel will start a balky horse.
The instructions say just rub your
dogfennel on the nose of the horse,
and the notion to balk is dismissed.
If you should ever have a balky horse
and dogfennel at the same time try
The Williams boys were in town
Wednesday of this week shipping out
three colts to their brothers who are
racing In the east. They have been
in Canada ever since the season
opened and have been very success-
ful. The colts shipped are ones that
have developed fast since the early
Z. A. Harris and family left this
week for Idaho on a combined pleas-
ure and business trip They had in-
tended going last week, but were
agreeably surprised by a visit over
Sunday from the father and mother
of Mr. Harris, who were here from
Alfalfa, one of the proposed new
counties to be created out of what is
row Woods county, Oklahoma.
County Commissioner H. C. Schu-
macher of Owen township, was here
Thursday of this week on his way to
Newkirk. They only had one day’s
session the first of July and are now
meeting for an adjourned session of
the regular meeting. Mr. Schu-
macher reports wheat very spotted
ia his neighborhood and machine re-
turn* showing some light and some
splendid yields. The quality is gen-
John Hula came up from his farm
near Perkins, to look after the
threshing of his crop in the Excel-
•slor district, and was accompanied
by Miss Della McHenry, whs visited
friends there for two or three days.
Miss McHenry In company with Mrs
P. S. Teter, visited Mrs. J. H. Craw-
ford In this city Wednesday, and
later in the week Mr. Hula and Miss
McHenry visited friends in Arkan-
sas City. Mr. Hula Is prospering in
Farm loan headquarters. Conserv-i
atlve Investment Co., Blackwell.
See Manning for feed, cane mil-
let seed and coffee, Morth Main St.
Farm loans fi per cent, no commls
sion. Pierce Baker Co., Blackwell.
Ready money to loan on farms.—
Conservative Investment Co., Black-
Dr. Ewing, dentist. Phone 111 for
appointment. See him in room 10,
Social by ladies of Presbyterian
church on church lawn Wednesday
evening. July 4. Ice cream and cake
will be served.
C. M. McCellan, who owns a lot of
our eood bottom land joining town
on the east, is here from Claremore,
I T., to look after his property Inter-
ests and other business matters. His
fruit Is a good crop and corn very
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will give an tcs cream social
on the church lawn Wednesday even-
ing, July 24. They will serve Ice
cream and cake and will have a nice
musical and literary program, and
most cordially Invite all to be pres-
The ladles of the Eastern Star
divided proceeds with the Klncdrome
man Tuesday evening of this week
and furnished a crowd of from 500 to
000 people. Murray Ashbrook help-
ed out with the entertainment by
singing several Illustrated songs,
and the duet by MUs Bates and Mr.
Ashbrook were thoroughly enjoyed.
Tennessee Is to have a home com-
ing reunion at Nashvi'le, Sept. 23 28,
and Governor Frantz was requested
to name nine delegates, former 1 en-
nesteans, to officially represent Okla-
homa at the Nashville reunion.
Postmaster John R. Tate of this
city was named by Governor Frantz
as one of those delegates.
A. L. Hess, the liveryman, Is put-
ting up an open shed just west of hi*
livery barn on West Blackwell
avenue. It will be used as an auxil-
iary to the stable and will be espec-
ially useful during busy times. It is
substantially built with a tin roof
and occupies all tha space between
livery barn and Rice Brother*
Honest Injun, there are weed* In
this town higher than a man’s head
within a block and a half of Main
street and less than a half a block
from the city hall. The property
owners are neglecting the work and
the city officials will we understand,
enforce the ordinance and cause the
arrest of the owner or agent falling
to have the weeds cut.
The plate glass windows are in
the pest office building and the plast
erlng was finished the first of this
week, and they hope to have It com-
pleted by the last of the week. It is
a large light room and will be a de-
cided improvement over the old
quarters, and Postmaster Tale and
his help and rural route carriers will
all welcome the change.
B. Warkentln, of Newton, Kansas,
president; J. H. McNair, of Halstead
Kans , vice-president and J. Linn, of
Halstead, Kansas, one of the direc-
tors of the Blackwell Mill and Eleva-
tor Company, were here last Satur-
day looking after their Interests
They found everything in a very sat-
isfactory condition at the big mill
and were glad to see so much wheat
and of so excellent a quality as they
found in this county.
R. L. Turner returned Sunday
evening for a short visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Day. Mrs. Turner re-
turned to their Indiana home several
weeks ago and Mr. Turner has been
spending that time in Kansas, and
his health has so improved in this
climate that he Is going to for the
next month act as relief agent for
the Santa Fe at Tonkawa, and if his
health continues to improve he will
probably move his family here this
OF A DOLLAR
19 pounds Granulated Sug ir...
. .$1 oo
20 pounds Brown Sugar.......
22 pounds Navy Beans........
Globe Flour, sack............
Cream Flour, sack ...........
7 bars White Russian Soap....
7 bars Silk Soap.............
7 bars Clarrett Soap..........
3 pkgs Dr. Price’s Breakfast Food 25c
3 pkgs Corn Crisp............... 25c
3 pkgs Egg O-See............... 25c
3 pkgs Vigor.......... 25c
25c can K-C Baking Powder...... 19c
1 lb can Dr, Price’s Baking Powder 45c
1 lb Royal Bakin gPowder........ 45c
2 cans Rolled Oats.............. 25c
Fresh Blackberries, Pineapples, Green Beans, Tomatoes
Melons, Cucumbers, New Potatoes, Green Peas, Spinach
The Place for Good Things to Eat.
W. H. Burks was accompanied by
Mrs. Burks on his visit here this
week. They came down Monday
evening and Tuesday with Mr. and
Mrs. G. E Dowis drove to the Van-
gelous ranch. Early Wednesday
Messrs Burks and Dowis drove to
Braman to attend the meeting of
the directors of the Braman bank, of
which Mr. Dowis is president, and
the rest of the day was spent at a
directors meeting of the First Na-
tional of this city, of which Mr.
Burks is president and Mr. Dowis
cashier. Mr. and Mrs. Burks return-
ed to their home, Wellington, Kans.,
A nice musical program in addition
to ice cream and cake at the social
giver, by the ladies of Presbyterian
church next Wednesday evening,
July 24, on church lawn.
Mrs. C E Trump and Mrs. J. M.
Blood left this Thursday morning for
Lincoln, Neb., where they will visit
for a couple of weeks with Mrs. J. S.
Dickman, a sister of Mrs. Trump,
after which they go to David City,
Neb , for a month’s visit with Dr.
and Mrs. E. D. Taylor and other reia
tives and friends Mrs. Taylor and
Mrs. Trump are sisters and their
visits are always pleasant ones.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ruthrauff had
as their guests over Sunday and until
Monday noon, Mr. Ruthrauff’s
brother, M. O Ruthrauff and
wife o f South Haven, Kan-
sas, and friends Mr. Theodore
Skinner and wife, of Champaign, III.
The latter had been visiting the
Ruthrauff * at South Haven, and ac-
companied them here for a short
visit. *M. O. Ruthrauff is one of the
best known live stock men in South-
ern Kansas and has many acquain-
W. M. Ferguson, of Kansas City,
Mo, one of the firm of Ferguson
Bros. & Vickery, was here a day or
two last week for a visit with Mr.
Vickery and looking over the busi-
ness of the firm. Mr. Ferguson is
well pleased with their business here,1
and considers Kay county one of the '
best agricultural and stock-raising
in the United States. Mr. Ferguion
met quite a number of former King-
man county, Kansas, friends while in
Elmer Layne and family returned
to town last Saturday. Mr. Layne
had been spending a month of his
vacation In Idaho and other points
In the west, while Mrs. Layne and
Forest visited kinfolks in Sumner
county, Kans. Mr. Layne is some-
what Improved in health, but ex-
pects to s.ay out of the store for two
or three weeks yet unless it is im-
perative that he return. He had a
delightful time in Idaho and is im-
pressed with its possibilities.
J. M. Wooley is this week moving
the frame church building formerly
used by the Christian church, to the
lots on East Blackwell avenue owned
by the United Brethern in Christ
church, where It will be located and
used by them as a house of worship.
They are making nice progress in
the moving and are meeting with
much less difficulty than anticipated,
as they are able to swing the cables
of the telephone company to the
ground instead of cutting them as
was at first figured on. The building
can be repaired at comparatively
small expense and will make one of
the best church buildings In the city
We are making FARM LOANS at very low rates,
and giving liveral terms. No delays if you
deal with us. Set us if you want a loan.
Conservative Investment Company,
B. D. ASHBROOK, Secretary
We have safety deposit boxes to rent. Come
and see them.
Hot Weather Prices
We want to reduce our stock of MEN’S UNDERWEAR.
For the next two weeks
All 50c Garments at......................40c
All 25 and 30c Garments at...............20c
Come in and loek and you are sure to buy.
B. E. Ide, representing the Okla-
homa Farm Journal published at Ok-
lahoma City, was in the city a day or
two this week In the Interest of that
well known paper. Mr. Ide Is field
representative of the Journal and
his claim that It Is the best farm pa-
per In the Southwest Is borne out by
their large subscription list at every
postoffice In the two territories. John
Fields, late of Stillwater experiment
station is editor-in-chief.
Mrs Rachel Randall went to Win-
field, Kans., Wednesday morning for
a visit with relatives and friends.
It was her home for many years and
she has a number of warm friends
Rev. E. J. Cromwell arrived today
from Crescent, Okla. Mr. Cromwell
has been In the bank at Crescent
since June 1, and had a chance at
this time for a vacation of two
weeks and promptly took it. He will
spend part of his vactlon with friends
In this city and vicinity.
At the open for Thursday, July 11,
Hogs.....................#5 26(w'5 35
Wheat, new............... "5
Wheat, old............. ?5
Eggs -•••••............;v• *2
Hens, per lb............... "
Springs, per lb ............ 10
Captain and Mrs E. R. Rickey left
Wednesday of this week for Hobart,
Okla., where they will spend a month
visiting the Captain’s brother and
other relatives, after which they
will go to Kansas City where they
will make their future home. Miss
Maud will visit friends in the coun-
try for a week or ten days, after
which she will go to Milan, Kans., to
visit with her sister, Mtb Edna Der-
rington, before going to Kansas City.
Captain Rickey and family are
among our pioneers and their many
friends here hope for them health
and prosperity in their new home.
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