The Calumet Chieftain. (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, September 4, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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CALUMET, O K L A CHIEFTAIN
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-CANADIAN COUNTY FAIR
16, 17, arid 18
No Admission or Entry Charges.
:ree Fun and Frolic
The citizens of Canadian County should appreciate the fact that her peo-
ple are making an effort to show others that she is first in Agriculture, stock -
and dairy industries. Show your appreciation by your attendance at this
three days show.
Come and Camp With Us.
BRING THE BEST YOU HAVE
cr* s*r>rr rr*cc£rTi*rs
CALUMET CM! EF1 A i M
Published Eve; • Friday.
PHONE NO. 19
Price $1 per Year, invariably in
J. C. CLAYTON
Editor sine* t ubus' •'
Entered as hccoiu'm 1 ::«Min r : > t.!#o
postoilice fit Calumet, OUUthoni. An
tfiis! 1 i, 1908 L i «U:. 1 • A<1 •: AW.*
A. A. Hieks went to Oklahoma
City, after visiting his parents
ma school for the blind, for which'and wise, with lips that close up
money was appropriated by the like a hasp, and little space be-
last legislature, are now complet- j tween the eyes, and hands that several days, at the Indian Mis
ed and the school will open in|hang to what they grasp, his si on.
its new home about the 15th of I death will fill the town with i Car! Sweenev and wife of Dar-
September. The buildings are
fire proof in every particular and the day, and he will have a cor-
are especially designed to meet i king tomb! in which to loaf the
ti, •leer'■; cf the blind. Supt. 0. 'years away.—Walt Mason.
\V. 8' -wart wishes to locate ev- i
pry :><;> and girl who is unable to I
attend schools for the sighted
thai he may sen*] them in forma- j
tion concerning the School for
the Blind. If you know f such
a person, write Supt. Stewart, :
Mir ion Item#
a fine i
J 1( < AXlil
j Muskogee, Okla.
gloom, and mourners will bewail i|jnpfon, attor ded services at the
Mission Sunday. There was
good attendance and a good din- ji
Charley Nord complete
s'orm cave at the ■ ndiim
n ] • | I
a tew days since.
Lester Rising Bear's little girl j!
has been quite sick for the 1. . t
two months. She seems to ! e
j improving slowly
We have been inf r*r -•«!
(By Kain Cuming)
Good showers are refreshing.
(' eler weather indicates the
ppr ach of autumn.
1 a'-ners are
■ blame get c
down yonder when? the
waves, bi.t no one ever
. e weep, or plant rosa-
In the contest thi- Mis--
Golda Patrick won rst •• i
Tdisj Marie Thompson second i■:
the town distr 't;v.:u.. ,• •: '■
Penwright, won si.-at and
Vera McGrath second m the c in- j boshes >n their re v.
try district. The prizer. wore. . 1:;,I rest in pare er
1st, set of silver iru:l foi .s md , tj wait the jadi *r. ut ■
2nd, a pickie fork. M v-.-. .> i en- shining lomhaU
wrijfrKt and McGi'th ee.h made
!irge gains this week, but I'Ao
Penwright kept first pi; -e whirl;
she gained last we : . - etwoj v ,)lo tin ie-1 1 S
contestants seem to b? more act-j ; ,rru . to mil tie- scr.i
i-.ilt L'nem down for us
doing their fall i,, , ,, .,
. i , , , . there were S deaths at th
nlowiriL-lor wheatand otherwise , , , , ,
I* Idance held a few weeks
fellows lie I Elmer Sweezy is gathering- isaf- \ Three old people, thi r< s *
fir corn for Bird Chief, jr.
Howling Crow and Jerome j The Key Ion fc-oya ha
Lius! I vad finished baleing their j the foundation for a f •
i .\ v erai days ay,-> tnu. • ?;t the i\iis5>ion. it is j
h " .sa |
' a t ". o i
Dock Hill has built
iw fence on his place.
,,<?ads. n( requii'.m l.tu ti 1 winds | Mi'sThirza Mountain return-
ti blc.v. They v. •••• t-.e shift I home from Phoenix, Arizona,
le v triliinjr lads, u \>n a wearj i where she has been in school.
story dweltii ..
i oom v a>:d
Several farmers are
ive than ar.v in the field. Miss 1
n0VHi;; Bird Chief jr has put a new cur; r>'e tllis week
• ai1" j bing on his well
Did the work j Th
Patrick stl: 1 keeps ahead in the
t .vn liit, but Mb-S3 tie.tnpfe.n
won second over ! hss Ma'.'i*:
Laughlin of last wc k while
Miss Bess Dole won third this
week, although no .hue pri/•
was off ?red. The can /Mates are
constantly changing ant! the con-
test is bsginninjs to get very in-! t^nt
tereating. jurit ! •;> liust:iii«v■' r (J
and you may ali Ij to ahead y '■t
-tt:\ tough that eorre
op-, t . unmarUen,
tcr g.'aves, because th ;r p; i
they cannot keep; ti ■ horn
>r the man who
A man whose yes
himself, and it is a neat and sub- Sunt
■■■■■■••,otantial as if done by a regular
}uiti n number of the Indians
s in th'^ • ieinity have gone to Ok-
• i ■
School for the Blind
apart, wiv -e
ng in hii ieai
ether to lii'• I
athings of hia
ojuei the pauper cro'vd
iet i: ii aft' r many k nock
w d wear a cheap old fashiot
| rh™ <l.w.l .lumber iba tince the death ofherhus-
The buUdlnis. for the Oktahu* j " 1 ' ln , bond. Bl^ck beur^omi'timeaffe.
re was a Urge crowd at
y school, Sunday.
fit. L! Illc.Cray has Ken vi-ry
ri'.'k thi < week
School will begin the 7th. cf
Septer .ber with Tom Penwrirht
as ; 'acher
Mr. Talbert Mil! -
' ' "tfe.
visit relative* boi'ere ret trnit
M rs. B'ack Bear ha« been ma- home.
ing her home v ith Doc Hill and
Elmer Sweeney and wife gave
v. !v> !i- •: a dinner to a few nearby neigh-
i t than to bors : aiv.l friends Tuesday, in i
i, , , . ec mmunity this \
rains i«apt honor of their daughter .' lissi .. . ,,,,.
and: Thirza Mountain.
vv ouia }'oo
Lvoila * 5-
ird. 'V.X j
i ! f
,'oei't i- ti! ■■ a ^.<1 Junta ■ ! I
has be< v'suing in thi fj_ _
a * _
i ti ;• >V.i
WV see some farmers hunting
3" J for the big eais of corn to take
to the fair af El Rent-.
r . r Clergymen Only.
Ministers v.vuM rricpf v;lth
prccc-ss ' y know as much
thi- world a they think Uiey
ubeut the next.—LiDpinoott's.
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Clayton, J. C. The Calumet Chieftain. (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, September 4, 1914, newspaper, September 4, 1914; Calumet, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc167829/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.