Republican News Journal. (Newkirk, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, September 29, 1899 Page: 4 of 8
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The Republican News Journal.
Incorporated January 4.1899.
K me red as second-class man.-r at the I"11"
office In Newkirk, (minimum Ter.
her visit East.
has returned from
I). SohaiK'k. brother-in-law of Clias.
Mendenhall, is .......... a visit from
Published every Friday «i Newkirk, o T. . InWU
county gear or Kay county
A London burglar was set upon hy •
pet orang-outang in a house lie was
robbing, ami was so badly bitten and
mutilated that he died.....
Most of the so-called protections
against burglary, do not protect anv
Lincoln Mi Kinlay.
Kn. F. Kokns.
I Editors and
One inch d.iiibh , idiimii
1 me inch single column • ■
Heading locals per line
A*-;er tlrsl insertion
Kills » ill lie presented on the tirst dll)
ot each iiioidli
Herb Jones, of Kildare, lias Im-cii
Indicted for running gambling instru-
L’liarlcs E. Farris of Kassel. Mis-
$|iB, souri. and Miss Mable F. Snider are
(i. |). Stockton and Miss Krvin
! Thompsonof this count\ are united
tWYuiir snbserii-tioiis iin- paid up l" d" III Wedlock,
ft?lVr»ii »-Vri"rZ.X<* M. K. King and Miss Pearl Moul-j
lie given hy mail 01 hy culling at tin >' p | . (mye SeCtll'fd the 111"’* eotlSPlU to
ill iiersull. ___ •
i.nu^ •c** y < i it 1
j | more than most of the so-called
I "remedies” protect from the
burglary ot the
“ house of this
body" by the
Disease. Like the
rf works with
u as little dis-
I lurbanee as
, -vjf Vou think
v you tl a V c
it pit jewel of
NEWKIHK 0 T.. SEPTEMBER 29. 1899
But little disturtiarices if
sfltst KIPTION i'll It i
Oua- year, ill itiivnnu,-
-- i perfect safety. .........
i iscar Taylor lias been indicted and they were heeded would show the burg-
- tar at his work I/)- of api>ctite pre
j arrested for accessory in the Clyde
OFFICIAL PAPER OF NEWKIRK-j Sal«Kill keeper William Weedun of
* CIRCULATION 2000. \ Kildare Inis been itidieledand arrested
TUK return of so many l.epnblieans
wlm wandered a wav in 1 is a cause
for rejoicing. _
■ I for gambling.
All of a sudden Ixitli lllaekwelland
l’avvnee, inland towns, have become
The countr,v is experiencing even
Hilly Myers, the ex-deptilv SlierilT
:ii Kildare has been indicted for em-
lie/./.ling public funds.
At. the meeting 111 Blackwell to
found a normal school Colonel Black-
well subscribed $J500.
Henry Strain, father ol Jos. Strain,
cedes loss of flesh. Then come* weak-
ness follower! nv the more disturbing
svmptdms of lingering cough, sore
throat, bronchitis and bleeding at the
lungs. When any or all these symptoms
appear, begin the use of l)r. Pierce s
('.olden Medical Discovery, the best ot
all medicines. It is non-alcoholic. It
helps the stomach and separates the good
parts of the food from the Iwd. It sup-
plies thin, impoverished, run-down blood
with the needed ncii red corpuscles. It
makes solid flesh the sort that strong
There was oiin groat period in the history of our illustrious
rout,try, wind) men suffered for want of good warm underwear and
A ‘rood heavy lienee lined shirt, silk finished net K
and front. •!' inch elastic ribbed cuffs, pearl buttons
iu front, drawers to match, only..............................
Ladies perfect fitting union suits, fleece lined, is
elastic over shoulder and across bust, consequently
adjusts itself to the form, hasuio seam on shoulder.
We have a full line of mens, women and childrens underwear.
people have. If vou value vour health,
don’t allow the dealer lo sell you some
L i! E nmiii 'o' ’ 'C.........." ( ......■' ...............
greater pres peri tv Hmn it did tlm first J fn.m Sue City. Iowa, is here on a visit
years of the MeKInlet tariff.
Per lenders want olltee lint lhe rank
ami tilouf the party desire acoiillmm-
t|, m of our present good times.
mid may conclude to Dx,;tt e.
K(| Welch is ill the city visiting Jos.
St rain, from Sac City, Iowa. If Joe
succeeds he will never go back.
tiling else. Insist upon having
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
1 must say Hr. Hercf - Golden Medical Dis-
. i . .. _____i,ii>/tif*i,w- t rt l f
sstEjs ;r ss-
and. l.ee Co., Florida. " 1 had a had on
Mit. Bryan is to be congratulated.
He is no longer an octopus eliascr. He
lias actually eauglit the monster.
Vhahs ago. when trusts hegan to
organize in tills country, the republi-
can parly began Lo legislate against
‘•Inn you ask the doctor if you had
malaria?” "Not on your life; lie's
treatinguic for live other expensive
The Wichita Street Pair will he
lie Id from Oct ober Hi to 21 st. No pains
or expense lots been-spa red lo make it
a grand success. _
Daniel Roberts charged with ab-
duct ion in Weston tow nship has been
indicted, arrested and given bond.
M rs Chas. Durrett, of Bolivar Teiin.,
is here visiting her brother, James
Nichols of the Long Hell Lumber Co.
W. i>. Stanley under various charg-
es of horse stealing Is having various
experiences with the Sheriff and I id-
led States Marshal.
WuKTiiKli you measure it on a
revenue or on a protective basis, tin*
Dingley tariff Is proving a splemled
Lester Norton and Miss Lizzie
(iciser, of Uranian, wore happily uni-
ted in marriage hy the probate judge
Tuesday, September 2lSih.
Miss Bell Iliekuian and Mrs. Frank
Tullis, sisters, of Cincinnati. Ohio,
lire in the city visiting their aunt Mrs
< ’. W. Hickman and family.
results. Finally I wrote you the particulars ill
mv case and you advised vour 'Goldi n Medical
Discovery' which 1 l*Sf(i" lo lake. J rum thi
first Ixillte 1 la-gau lo feel hi tter and when I had
taken right hutlles the son was healed up.
Dr Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets cure consti-
patiun aud biliousness, fhey never gripe.
Boys and girls Iron Clad and Buckskin Hosiery. It is oheaper
to pay 20 or L’o cents a pair for these hose, than to buy three or
four pair of 1(» cent hose during the winter. \Ne also keep a lull
stock of all kinds of Hosiery
11 a worth,
HAYNES & SON,
Newkirk, O. T.
A St Lot is young man bit n young
lady pa tin* check whilekissiughcr ut
a party and she is now seriously ill
front blood poisoning.
A man who was walking beside n
railroad track in New \ ork was strut k
hy a bundle of newspapers thrown
front the train and killed.
Mr. U E. Walker, who recently sold
bis farm, offers his line mammoth I’c-
kin ducks and white Plymouth Bock
chickens for sulcal a great bargain.
Subject for the Sunday services at
i he Congregat ional church: Morning.
Moses wist not that his face shone."
Kveiling. “The two Paths.” The
Acme Glee < Midi will sing in t he even-
ing. All arc invited.
Tun populist papers are bcingerlti-
cised hy their readers for not publish
iug long lists ot business luiluics as
they did three years ago.
A min can pay his way to Pawhuska
and the government will escort him
tiaek .......... charge. This makes one
fare for ! lie round I rip. < 'sage Jour-
A man made a wager with a hidv
t hat he could thread a needle quicker
Mian she could sharpen a lead pencil
Tile man won. time it mimites and
Tnk Chickasaw legislature lmsa hill
before it now to make the Chickasaw
marriage license $l.ouu where a non-
citizen wishes to mai n a member of
It. II. Hornsby lias recently taken
up bis home in our town, coming from
Miss Ona Ackley a niece of \Y. L.
Williams of the firm of Hamilton X
Williams of Bramati. is visiting i"
l bis county now. She is a wideawake
teacher of experience and some dis-
trict. would be fortunate in securing
tier services for the coming term.
A very commendable act was done
in connect ion with the tnncral ol
Jessie While last Tuesday that de-
serves especial mention. Paris & t ur-
roll furnished, free, from their well
supplied livery stable, the teams,
carriages and hacks fur the conveyance
of Hie family and immediate friends
of the deceased, and the lodges at the
time uf the funeral. Ibis was a
worthy act of respect to the memory
of the dead, that will he fitly appreci-
ated by the living.
It is both Duality and Quantity in which
THE NEW KILDARE STORE.
We arc pleased to announce to the many readers of the Re-
itblican News .Journal that The New Kildare Store i-s now
open for business with a full line of Dry Goods, Groceries. Mens
Furnishing and Racket Goods. Our prices are and always will be
as low as either Ponca City, Newkirk or any town in the iernfory-
We want all the Butter, Eggs and Poultry you can bring us and
we will pay as much as any dealer pays. Below we quote prices.
The Kkhi'Iilu an- News-.Iofunal,
uf Newkirk, tins always been first in
i uking up any move that would lie for
the betterment of tile reservation.
That highly esteemed paper says we
are deserving of a separate...........
It's friendliness toward mi r people at
nil times is appreciated Osage Jour-
On account of Ringling Bros.' show
at. Blackwell, October 7. tsnii, the
Hutchinson & Southern Railway will
sell round t rip tickets from Cross to
Blackwell for !H> cents, including one
admission ticket to t-lie show. Train
leaves Cross at 7;:tu a. in., and return
leave Blackwell at s p, m.
\v. ii. Wallace, Agt.
Of all kinds lur-
Santn Fe Special Rates.
Kansas City Sept. 27 to Oct. 7th,
(hind to retnrn Oct. '.fill. +7.2.1 Priest
of Pallas and Karnlval Krevve.
Wichita, State Fair, Sept. 24 to Jo,
ret uni Oct. 2. $l.ffU.
St. Louis, Mo., Fair. Sold Oct. 1 to
G, returu t'el. n. Fare. $IJ.l-»t nnc tare
for round t rip.
Newton st reel fair, sold (let. I t" 7
limited In return to (let. ;i. fare+2. ,u.
Arkansas City. Ringling circus,
sold Oct. 11. fare and one-third.
Guthrie St reel Fair, sold <>ct 2d to
28, return 2D. fare +2.J0.
Kansas City, Priest of Pallas, sold
Sept. 27 tnOet.7, return < >et .9. fare
For further particulars call on or
address, F. J. Bust, Agent.
Lion coffee, per package......
World Beater soap, II bars..
Hurst shoe tobacco per lb...
Star tobacco per Ih..........
Clark’s O. N. T. thread, spool
Sox, per pair...................
Outing Flannel, per yard
Kubleached muslin, heavy....
5 do/, clothes pins........
14 iu. cooking fork......
Red handkerchiefs, good.
Fnlaundried colored shirts..
Work shirts 25c to...........
\\V also handle a full line of the celebrated Royal Steel Enamel
Ware. The finest made, at prices asked for the cheapest. Every
thing here is strictly what it is represented to be, and il not so,
your'money will bo returned to you without a question.
Come in and look
through our stock.
We can please you
in style and price.
Special prices on
We solicit your patronage
NEWKIRK, 0. T
I’LEASE CALL AND SEE US.
Wood’s Cash Store,
North Side of Street,
WAYLAND WOOD, Prop.
| BEST RAXES
in the County on
KILDARE, 0. T.
'Gs.vv.'.Tv v: '5-5'.y.
There will lie a new town over in the
northeast part of Gartield county,
about a mile and a half imrt h ol Barber
oil the new line • *1' rail mad out of
Tiik Perry Sentinel will soon issue
a trade edition of live t lumsaml copies.
It will he handsome!.' illustrated and
willhe u good advertisement for the
town and paper. _
ui,shed by the Fidelity and Deposit
Company of Baltimore, Mil. Official
1,1 mils, court bonds, and for contract-
ors, receivers, etc. Fur terms apply
to deputy clerk of court or II. S.
I tru unfit.
II. \Y. Pkntkcokt,
Guthrie. Gen. Mgr. for Oklahoma.
Dead Letter List.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at the Newkirk, okln.. Post office
September 25 I stiff
Thk subject of statehood lor Okla-
homa and the Indian territories is
now being discussed by mure Indian
territory payers in a favorable light
than ever before.
Tiik game law prcumlsthcshonting
of quail before October 15 and after
February 1. and all persons will h(> | OHl)0mCi were each presented with
prosecuted it eauglit vmlfiliim 1 ^heck by the Oklahoma Farmers
provisions of this law \ **»
It is announced elsewhere in this
paper that Rev. Jeffreys will deliver
an address at the fair on old Soldiers
1 lay, Get . 4. The reverend is pastor
Of the First M. E. (’turn'll in Winfield,
and has ail enviable reputation as a
public speaker, being very eloquent
and forcible. He is a speaker much
sought after on Fourth of July occa-
sions. It will doubtless be a rich
treat to hear him it he is given suffi-
cient time to prove himself.
A. F. I tumble and R. It. lieunbarger,
Arintttroiu! A \
(fUiiterlntrir U I*
(Murk I »ji y «•
DiniUlf^Miru I>r H ('
mp|iIu*us M rs An mi
Groves V II
UlltlerbiBiii I* A
Marlin K H
Now t li tril I* • AufiiI
U ( oimt’ll < Ibis
Saunders •) II
I itmuaii Addjur
T;iylor Klizuli W
Tliompwon l> A
Wyiini -I oh it NN
bonder Henry l Hunk
.THE KAY COUNTY.
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We make tin
A. II. Knox Real Estate Coj
Rust ness attended to in contideuee and dis-
patch. We have a List of Choice FARMS and:
two Special Bargains in relinquishment.
Office, main door in Knox Block. Broadway,
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| Cheap Rates. Easy Terms. |
Nfi-Ule A Slicimril TlirosIJim miu-lilm'Co.
Persons calling for the above please
say advertised Sept. 25. ISffff. If un-
called for "ill be sent to Dead Letter
< mice after 2 weeks.
M uisti vl !. vMiiKur. I’. M.
Arc now in operation and have all kinds
of Milling stull such as
Futon Creel, Indian territory, lias a
Mutual Indemnity association, of El
Heim, by E. F. Vilotl, the company's
County Fair Notice.
1 am authorized by a majority of
the Board of Directors of the Kay
County Fair Association to announce
to those wishing to exhibit Jersey.
Guernsey and Holstein cattle at the
coming fair, that the same premium
will he paid on the above breeds that
are offered for other pure breeds of
eat tie. C. M. Bv KN NTT. See.
sensation which it cannol develop. J agent at this place for Indemnity for
It is said a couple were secretly mar- hall lasses. The Company’s losses have
riot! there recently, and yet nobody : been approximated ut 50,000 bushels,
can find out wiio it was and the pop- j which is much larger than first pre-
ulation is just wild to find out. j dieted, consequent ly these gentlemen
'■-* were only paid 5u per cent of their loss
Justus soon as the times get 8r'M"U pending another assessment. Nardin
I 111' 1 I 1 I • V* »
enough again and tin* people of these
parts well off. companies w ill lie formed
to Imre into the earth loud feet or more
to see "dial can tic seen, and whether
The Doming Investment Company
wishing t lie farmers wives of Kay
and other riches.
Tgb Japanese government lias de
cided to make \ae,-inaal ioiteompulsory
secure some of Hie substantial re-
wards for their industry , make this
offer: 'nicy will pav ♦J.ixi in gold for
the dairy butter securing the 1st prize
In Japan, and that all c hildren are to $2,00 jn gold’for the dairy butter se-
ta' vaccinated lh'fore they reach Hie j,airing the 2nd prize, $3.00 in gold for
age of ten months. They must tie re-
vaccinated when tliey are six and
again when they are t welve years of
Tiik following was w ritten by a man
weighing 250 pounds and we think lie
isalxiut right. "Take up the fat man's
the dairy butter In roll securing the
1st prize, and *2.00 in gold for the dai-
ry butter in roll securing 2nd prize, at
the Kay i'oiinty Fair.
When Editor MeKinlay was at Port-
land July 4th last, he met Clarence
Hildebrand, a brother of E. A. llilde-
burden, go soak your shirt in sweat, brand of this county, and had a pleas-
and seek ill lain f"i a cixiling breeze ant chat with him several times about
with face all steaming wet: go try to Oklahoma and Ids brother in this
find some shady spot where you ran county. A few days ago. we called
sit and stew and haw some suoozer E. A. Ilildehrand’s attention to our
spring this gag. "Is it hot enough for j having met his brother at Portland,
your" Take up 1 he fat man's burden, and were surprised to learn that in
a hundred in the shade: Iwo hundred two or three weeks after our meeting
pounds of adipoise t< • v>uk in lemonade. , there the brother had tieen killed by a
Oh-for mi hour in Klondike, ohl for ] fall, breaking Ids neck. He waseui-
the artic snow! Ring off those balmy ) ployed in the business department of
breezes and let the blizzard blow." j the Oregonian.
F. It. Hutchison will sell at public
auction about 50 head of sows, gilts
and boars, on I he fair grounds Tlmrs-
dav, tk'toiier 5, ISffff.
M. C. Coi’t'i.K. Auc.
School Imgins Monday.
Mure rain would lie a welcome item.
Health in our immediate vicitity is
Miss Anna Eaton commences school
iu the Tipton district. Monday.
Miss Laura Smith will teach on Coon
Creek, this winter.
Mrs John R- Smith of Dexter Kaus
is visiting with her son "ill and
A. A. Galloway and family will start
on a visit to Mo., next week making
the trip overland.
Miss .losie Disser and mother, of
Gouda visited with Dr Anderson's the
tirst or the week.
Mr Joe Waltham one of our newly
appointed madoverseers has been do-
ing some much needed work, with
plenty yet to keep him busy.
Last Monday e'cning while trying
to burn a bumble boo's nest, llie tire)
set by Frank Edwards became un- j
managatile and burning southwest-1
ward sw ept every thing in its path. A
large quantity of hay belonging t"1
Ames aud Cook w as the principal loss. :
L. A. 1.
Bran Shorts Flour Meal
Always on hand, for sale, or exchange
Highest cash price paid for Corn and
Wheat. Call and see us and
This well known Firm as heretofore
is now making
At the Lowest Rates.
Ready:: Money:: on:: Hand |
Office North Side of Square
Newkirk, Kay County,
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| THE CASH GROCERY. | Q> Kt NURSERY,
iff nllirv 1 111 I ¥ Pr PS SlseriesfrumninerHiaMiKarciempimgynuuimiynewanttmitrleilfriiitswlih
# I (I III V (IIJU iJlUL IV Uvvl lViJ» jZ their tine plate pictures, remember that your home nurseryin;, n can furnish
flC A r rn you the same thing if it is any good far less money. Our trees arc growing
,'ij JOHN MUIR Prop ^ tine and nur stock will tw larger ttian ever for this fall and next spring.
Three miles Nnrt b-
west iff NENYKIRK
To tiik FakmkkSnr Kay County: While Hie agents trout \ariuus mir-
New goods and up to date at lowest prices for cash or ui
exchange lor country produce. Families do your trading
with me and save money. Hast side Main Street l>o-
tween 5th and tith.
Card of Thanks.
B. Hutcliismi will sell at puldii
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1 desire to tlnink kind friends for1 ......— ......... ..... i-u.-...
. , . ,, auel mu aUmt .di head of l’nlaiu! Chi-
Uu'ir assistiiiHN* during tliu sit ktiess n»| sows, gilts and Imars. on tlair
I and death of my beloved wife. .....
U. W. Richey.
grounds, Thursday, Oet. 5. ls;iff.
M. C. CoreLE. Auc.
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