The Times-Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 19, 1922 Page: 6 of 8
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.Blackwell H 0 Qnstott
K. Pau! -
J. E. CURRAN.
! Radiator Hospital
111 North}A Street
It is such men as he cha,gin<r him
Mr. Wilson's Forecast for 19223
Mr. Wilson's Forecast for 1922
Contracts were closed last week by
the Blackwell Oil and Gas company
for the laying of the big ten inch main
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v isiOii of'
lied <x>ta <
..Autwine y y
TONKAW A PIPE LINE WILL BE
BUILT IT ONCE
HERE you are able to obtain
PRO M PT, DEPENDABLE
WORK hi !A’EI:Y BRANCH of
RADIATOR SERVICE—at reas
When your radiator leaks, is
choked up, badly injured or you
desire a new derig?) or eore-
BELLATTI & BROWJ
'.TTORNEYS AT LAW H
Office Phone <7
Over Briaeoe's Book Store
of ( ottontaiis and Jaek-
raMotn Bile the Du-i
•nd his team competing yesterday in
the annual hunt at Sumpter Grange
-cored a total of 5,090 point wh
the leas efficient marksmen of the
For the Care of Both Medical and Surgical Patients
MODERN OPERATING ROOM FULLY EQUIPPED
X-RAY DEPARTMENT HYDROTHEROPY MASSAGE
oo chocolate pie. After eating three
psooes there traa still another sub-
\au.--ai slice .tui. But his capacity
wasn’t upto it. After gazing long-
ngly at it for five minutes Asa gave
it up—bowing his head over on the
Wat.-on is the Big Chief
Sumpter Grange. Watson
Aide from the fact that any poll-'
tical party is in unhappy straits, in-
deed, when it has no other basis for
hope- of its own success than that di*-
tree- -hall exint, it must be aid that'
not even the business depression dow
existing has shaken the faith of the
people in the ability of Republican po!-
icie- to cure the evils. When Mr.
Wilson’s party was promising, in it
1920 platform, immediate resumption |
of national prosperity if it was re- 'I
tained in power and the Republican'
party wax soberly as-uring the nation
that the pathway to renewed indus-,
trial and commercial activity vra
ong and rough, the public accept d
Republican diagnosis of the situation.
In the 10 months intervening since
the new Administration came into
power .there has been no sign of un-
easiness by the people over methods
of restoration being employed. Then-
has been little annoyance or impatien-
ce because the prediction of Republi-
E. H. PEINE,
Attorney for Administrator.
I 1M)1 BI.E MURDER AT K
CITY WEDNESDAY NIGHT
W. E. Tredway
F. J. (kx>ld
i. B. Easterday
team. The cottontails found a ready
sale at 15c each, and the money reeeh -
ed from hem will be uxd in helping
to defray the co.-: of the supper, the
exact date of which will be announc-
Following i, a list of the different
an mal« and birds killed and the num-
1 be. ol point
JAMES E. CURRAN
Attorney at Law
Office over Oklahoma
Blackwell. - - Okhhot
Office over -Jett’s Store
Blackwell, - - Oklahoi
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a. k. havens, m. d.
I’hjsician and Surgeon
specializing on diseases of ths
Rectum and Colon.
llie atest methods of treat-
Office, Neber Bldg. Phone 707
Res. ,02 W. Blackwell Ava.
The Times-Record is $1.00 a v<
DR. ARTHUR S. RISSER,
Consultation, Surgery and X-Ray.
Office at Blackwell Hospital. Plrne 178.
Residence Phone 106
B. House —
Braman Claud Gilbreath
W. E. Knapp _.
II. V. Brown
J. A. Riehl -----
-Blackwell R- C. Walker -
.Blackwell H. C. Beighle .
.Blackwell F. J. Goold —
r> r nw».
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F. J. Goold. President T. Peck, Vice Pr
K. C. Walker, Blackwell, Secy.
HORSES j CHICKENS
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’•Eye, Nose, Throat and E
F. McCOY, M. D. C.,
now located at
113 South Main c’hone <
The next regular examination for
’ teachers certificates will be held >i>
tlx Court House at Newkirk, Okla-
homa on TburUday, Friday and Satur-
any i-------' 27> und 28th.—W.
' i R. CLIFT, Count) Superintendent.
the! .. ' 7--X--7
(First published in The Times-Recoril,
af | January f>, 1922—2t)
Notice io ( reditor- to Present Claims by the members of the club.
Made of Waterproof Fiber Composition. Retains the
Heat, Better than Metal - Don’t Rust or Rattle
SAVES GAS, BATTERY, FREEZING
made to pit all cars makes starting easy
Send us $2. and name of car for 1 complete postpaid,
Town fend County Agents Wanted. Reference* Dunn • aad Brad.-tree-
Essential Automotive Products Co., 511 W. 12d St,
“Better Stock the Present Brightest Hope”
Kay Co. Improved'Breeders’ Assn
<. ‘ Rooms 2,3 and 4, over S
rf Guaranty bank
Phone No. 4
Santa Fe, Blackwell will be in a mu
better position than most cities ini
Tribune. far as unemployment is concern*
While there are a considerable num!
------- of men without employment at t
■“““"I pi’’,'ent time it can be safely -aid tl
| all will have employment within I
| next month or two.
ert, guns and ammuition. Som. coulu
be heard the crack of sh-M guns, tMot-
ion tails were plentiful, bobtwi g up
from behind every tuft of gca. > and
form ev eiy brushpile,
out from the hedge rows
clever shot who stopped
they got going in high.
When the »un began *o g«.t oigh in
im captained Irrin Wells rueee«i |»** heasens. les, and |
ed in bagging but 6,670 point*.
In a statement given to the new*
paper., -hortly after the final com/
•,t attempt t
•> iox. m- THE FRATERNAL FREINDSHIP which will connect Blackwell with t]
;o t is "leur- CLUB Tonkawa field.
Work will be commenced just i
Mr,. J. D. Duckett was a charming ^>°n a» the pipe arrives and shou
: hostess to twelve members of the Fra- completed within the next for
lernal Friendship club Tuesday after-. five days according to directors of tl
n00n company. The job will cost approj
Some of the members were absent mately $125,000.00 and scores of tl
because of s’cknes -. Mrs. L. L. Om- city’s idle men will be used on tl
er, the corresponding secretary is very construction work.
ill at her home on West McKinley. The line when completed will tu
The guests of the afternoon were,Blackwell with ten million feet
Mesdames ,-thaw, Leslie and Miller. daib and wil1 make * PO^le f
After a short business session the smelter to resume operations
afternoon was spent in'the usual way| six blod“. furnishing employment
f conversation and needlework. abou‘ 100 Officials of the snu
It being the twenty-fourth wedding have ^eir intention
anniversary of the hostess, she wasi operations just as soon as 11
presented a beautiful cut glass bowl ?as *s tur,’cd into the mains.
- - ■ • With the increased demand for la
a late hour the hosted assisted or that w,n comc with lh« laTin«
„ ..... McCann and Mrs. Finefrock the P’P® line- increased production
erved a dainty two course luncheon tbe sme^er and track changes on tl
Notice is hereby given that all per- °y Mis#
sons having claim.- against W. H.;
• Short, deceased, are required to pre I The next meeting of the club will be
i sent the same with neces.-ary vouch- ( with Mrs. Albeit Finefrock. 513 West
ers, to the undersigned E. H. Peine, McKinley on Jan. 24, 1922.—’---------
administrator at the law office of J. E. -- - — --
CurrAn, in the city of Blackwell, Kay
four months 'of the date hereof or the
same will be forever barred
Dated .I?.!:..try. A.
D. 1922. . *SkB
Wedne.-day night about nine oclock
Kaw City was aroused over the killing
of two women, one Mrs. Dick Skinner
and the other, Mrs. R. Dousman.
Sheriff D. Bain was phoned for and he
immediately went tr Kaw City and ar-
rested J. W. Finney, the night marshal
of that city. While Shtriff Bain was
there but a few moments and did not
get all the particulars he told us the
shooting occurred east of the bridgg
and outside of the city limits. On?
woman died immediately and the oth-
er lived only a few minutes. It is re-
ported there were two men and two’
women and a child in the car. Just'
what took place to cause the night
marshal to shoot into the car, we have t
been unable to learn, definitely.
Sheriff Bain -aid that Finney claimed
there was whisky in the car but this
report has been discredited.
Dick Skinner, formerly lived north
I A father of sx children and a hus-,
, band of a vei-y distinguished wife, who: of X(,wkirk on a fam a,’ul the family
1 m .ml ' r t nocral a"d is well, and favorably known to many
member of the Democratic State Ccn-1 here Mrs. BouJmWs hus-
a onimittee, )»■ has a comfortable [ band runs a barber shop at Kaw City,
home in Ponca Citv. A normal num ' v . . . •
,.A. • nv.nMi >n«i ., F mnev was lodged in the county jail
with the ambition to render a full i . • Y. j .u- • .
, " ,u,,,last night and this morning County
measure of service to the world as he |
passes through it, he is living a nor-
mal, useful life, f *
that give meaning to the word A-
MERICAN and who make the study
of human nature .<j interesting.”
J toward the flrange and something (•»
jwor marksman > Haying heard much of Gra..g- dia-
Jo brought in r*r* of tin*' P84’1 lbe> *cr^
and the>e we:*I 'n8 b meal that would thoroughly ap-
Elmer Wilre n ‘ tb«r gnawing appetite .
team mate wc n^hing in the way of area.«
good dinner could equal the one they
aad'aat down liehiud a tuft of gras-, from end to end of the big dining loom
Kennedy who is fleet of foot wa able loaded with everything in the
to wtick his gun in the bonny’,
before it could get -tarted agair
and pies of every kind and a oze-i
different kind- of cake all of wiik-h Ha/ow „ Weekly of date of De.-,
melted in one’s mouth. ®mber 30th ha a ful1 UP of
Following the dinner the Lu.te; JudW W- H- England of Ponca City,!
again went to the field but the rabbits ** ? Republicfr
had a better chance than in t^e fore-1
noon. Many of the men h.ul eaten
no much dinner that they found i.
more desirable to -it aloi g tl < fc< •.c
instead of ploughing across comfirl'J.-
and pastures. A. R. B’«in par-
ticular, found the aftei'ioo.i bunting)
a hard job. Black was one of the j
first at the table and the last to leave j
After eating half a chicken pie, a big
supply of mashed potatoes, macaroni,,
IH. V. Brown-----------
J. B. Easterday-------
Attorney Howard Wilson in making
out the complaint against Finney is
1 vrith first degree mur-
der. Preliminary will lie hold Janu I
It was reported hero this afternooi >
that the sheriff had l»eeii phoned froi" I
Knw City that thorp was strong talk of '
a moh. In an interview with Paul I
— ■ Mead, deputy sheriff, over -the phone'
w-i it in^ letters bearing his name, takes he stated that no such wore! ha<F
too muc foi granted in predicting reached the sheriff’s office.—Newkirk
restoration of confidence In the; Democrat
, Democratic party during 1922.” That,
< prophecy is founded on the belief, if
not the hope, that the country will not
in this year recover from the effects
|Of years of unhealthy business condi-
tions marking two Wilson • adminis-
trations, with the unsettling influen-
way of good eat, ever invented. Chick-
en pie, baked beans, ham. BUttaroni
ng to Jo’s poor -bowing Wilron wax and cheese, mince pie, choco a <•
prevailed upon to allow him fifteen
point* inaitnorh a, they failed to mi '- e
..ny difference in the outcome.
Bright and early Wednesday mein
ng the big yard arou'id the »>.i >•'<
-leran to fill up with automobile*
9 o’clock score, and irones of
from the northern part of the <rni.uy
-tul dozens of D'aikwel* <,j r.>.r.u.i
had s'gned the .egts.er a>i-| c» • <• a»’y
to start m to elimi.'^iie t’u- >-'/.t n> ,
‘ail*, jack rabbit-, coyote- dn<l otL*u
•lert. JCtfve game in that ertion of the
ounty surrounding ths G a« tie. .^hoot
ing off into every direction, automo-
biles, loaded to the guard v. i*h lunt-1
candidate for Congress from this the
Eighth district. Judge England is
< j so ‘well and favorably known in this
county that it seems almost superful-
ous to attempt to tell aynone aiiyida^’ 'Bmua.y 2E'h,
thing about him or his accomplish-1
mentis—but the following from
Harlow article may be of interest to,
some of our readers not so well ac- i
quainted with him:
“A school teacher, court clerk, at-
torney, but primarily a farme • ard
stockman, Judge England ha- had a
wide contact with the varieties of s<-|
ciety. He has acquired a broad at-
titude toward the prod icer >n life. As
he says, he ‘recognizes the democracy
of the common people; the ho«i. s y and
<lig-nity of manual labor.” As Fe
seeit, “Every laboring man who
w'ants to work ought to have a place
to labor and a fair wage, to allow his.
family to live in comfort, to educate
his children and to be able to look the
world in the face without apology."
I “During the war Judge England i
was an active worker in every war ac- j
tivity. He was superintendent of the
War Savings Stainps campaign in
eleven counties, including Oklahom.tr
county*. He has been active in the de-
i velopment and building of Ponca City,
; which he has seen grow from a town
I *»f 2500 to its pre-ent population of
; eight or ton thousand. For eight
[ years—four terms—he has served or
toe city council, without opposition,
the last tour years as president of the
council and two years of which he has
been acting mayor.
“Judge England has traveled exten-
sively—he has been in every state in
the Union and hi experience as a
jurist extends to all kinds of courts.
i Anweloquent peak*r, a logical thinker,
• he has been succes-ful a a lawyer. His
5 forensic ability is well known among
J legal and political circles. By politi-
cal faith he is republican, which is in
f^'or since he lives in a republi-
of winning points and mo e
| consideration given to 1 h •
dinner. Hunters, with a
Wells conceded that his team had bee' chicken and graty and ■
•dripped but only because >uch erarki’'^** P*^* instead of a try at that
xhota as Fred Jones, O. C. Billings a ronifield, vented tiw r way back
W. E. Bond were memb'-rs of the - ;n-
ners. The poor *howing of hi- u i<
•earn was laid to the
»hip of Jo Kennedy,
only fifteen points
gained by accident.
• he was Kennedy’s
reeded in crippling a cottontail.
kipped oner into Kennedy** territory found waiting.
Between four and fire o’clock th-
.•ner began coming in. Game to be
iududed in the final accounting had to
be entered at 5 o’clock. As Bill Neff
threw in the last cottontails from his
well filled pockets, the count wa» on.
Rabbits heaped up in a mighty pile
on each ride of the steps. To all ap-
pearance? Well's team was the win-
ne;. But when the last number of
points had been jotted down and ad-
ded it war found that Watson’s team
had won by ’620 points.
Member- of Well’s ’.earn axe uow
figuring how much it is going to cost
them to feed the WaUon bunch. They
are scheduled to treat with an oyster
■upper within a short time. According
to one of the rules of the hunt, ail
game ;■ the property of the losing eanism in 1920 was priving true.
b So the Wilson forecast of Democra-
cy’s rehabilitation in public esteem
the coming year has neither prospect
of interminable hard times nor irrita-
i <t. of the nation to jpport it. Neith- u
er has it any offered urogram of the'
Wilson party for bringing about speed
iei betteiineiit than Republicanism ’
.’eceived by each team: can hope to make possible. " ’
Wells When a Democratic critic of the pre- *
.-ent Administration is urged to sug
gest what his party would Jo »oj
quicken national industrial life, he can
only reply, “Enter the League of Na-
tions." If he sugge-ts any dtH pro
ccdun-. it will be . ' —hich he |
know? his party ie’i
when it'had all ;><>.
and legislative or vb
ment to do as it chcse
that, while 1922 may hold soue un-
happy experience- fcr :he < otu .-y,
_,x nothing so bad a a* i;n^ to Mr.
JUDGE ENGLAND FDR CONGRESs' Wih°r’8, metJodg -‘' ^nng the
'republics affairs *in possibly rrsaiu
St. Louis Tim*-.
Notice <>l Teacher-' Examination
B. Miller Blackwell
N. Irby Tonkawa
K. Paul Blackwell
Tonkawa I L-
No. Pts. No.
. -5 250
— 1 25
Office Phone 54
RES. PHONE 321
FEY’S MEAT MARKET
THE OLDEST MARKET IN
We keep constantly or hand the best
there is in Fresh and Smoked Meats,
Fish, Relishes, Lard, Compound. Oleo-
margerines of different kinds, Cream-
ery Butter, Oysters in season—in fact,
everything you would expect to find in
a first class market.
Phone 7 At the Old Stand 106 North Main St
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McDowell, T. H. W. The Times-Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 19, 1922, newspaper, January 19, 1922; Blackwell, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1609703/m1/6/: accessed May 28, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.