The Kiowa Breeze. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Gathered From Various Sources
Mrs Carrlo Lucus and little IF t!>i reader of this tva* |t
f!riind:tugliter havo go«e t<> Tex Union j,o|<lier and does not dra\v
to visit her son. pension, lie belongs to T'lu l* -
i i> „t i \ known Army." The ouestion i
Mrs Suruli Burns w ftlile to be . 1
f .■ „ lot l ie size of t|ils"l nknowii;
about nantn after a spell of fever-
' Army pu/.zles everybody, espec-j
Dr Willnm Lee the noted Can- jaj|y ,|u. friends of soldiers in
rer I)r.of So McAlester was a (jongre.s.s, Ii not too mueh toj
vi itor in town this week.lie was |Miy tj)at tjie sU(.l(.M!i ()f a Kervii-o
hero on business,
sr Uml wantwl ; C i Allotment Surveyiuf.
I nin prepaid to liamllu thy (iCOrjC H« BiftlCtt
Surplus Lauds of all (^ilineiijj \ Practical Survejoi.-
who are entitled to dispose of! MffershU soryices to Citizens
„anie. I'See" G. J. Coak, if VOJ}1 h1" K'"w 11,1(1 vnui ut>.
V,'an| a|, -hoiuM" deal. , 1<> f">cnee 5 years (•ontinu;us
mam ■ iee with 1'. S. Geological
Sucyey ^ Dawes Commission.
Tlu. Missouri. Kansas A Texas- jj
liailway Company having acquired
sUivchs of a
Pension Hill, which ought to pass
■ pass i Winter,depen s upon
ans* ng this question.
ito the purpose in view of
j preparing a tabular statement giv-
| ing this information, The Natio-
wag-1 mil Tribune requests every Union
l>ad the Ulcere.
Mi >srs Pitt & Jackson,
that they have all the
thev can nttcpd to,
Y car load of Stndebaker
on was rcpeived by Ward ami soldier who docs not draw pons-
lii ivley this week, ion to write briefly, on postal,or
!'lie Dr's. of our town are hav-
ciiur a good lime, taking it easy
sii "<• .lack Frost come. You cou-
ld' it find ti Dr i|i town a wcck or
two hardly, and if you did he
w:'s s(i' 'i epy I lint you would have
ti '.waken him to get him to conn:
tu see a sick person; Now,the fine
Kail weather,is on' and
every one is <.ithiiig well and the
1 r's . an-getting rested up and
iiave You Head . the Officii
"GUIDE" Published by the
Com monw ealth Puhushing
Company? - See their "ad" iii
another column: If ''YOU",
arc Interested In knqwlng "All"
a'lont liie Uio. " I T." GET You A
Co;;py. Addres the "BREEZE"
Oiticc. or, send to the Publishers
and mention the KREEzE.
At the gin known as the Jiobi-
lisou gili stand and mill,they were
shut dc.vn,part of adaythis week,
on account of the Engine govorn.
Ors being broken,the belt that
drives the governor become tang-
i !e>i eiitching the governor arm
nnd breaking it off,The* Foreman
and helper took it to Mr Parish
Blacksmith shop wheiv they spce-
ei ded in fixing it so it would run.
J;aster Cliff Hoornitin is sick with
in letter,his name, present post-
office address, date of birth,com-
pany and regiment, and length of
service. State.also, "never app-
lied," or "applied" and was reje-
cted, " as tlio case may be, -rhi
request is made to all non-pensi-
oners including particularly those
who are under the age of l>2.
These reports wjll be consider-
Names will not be published or
•rho National Tribune,
Dept.A. Washington, D, C.
Quito good many boys are hav-
ing afine time hunting these moo-
nlight njghts and as a conseque-
nce the possums are loosing ther
by lease, that section of the Texu,
it ()l lalioj||n Railroad, 85.1 miles,
between Ada and Oklahoma City,
the same ivill be operated by this
Passenger and freight service
betwicn Atoka and Oklahoma
Cu> will be operated, beginning j
April 3rd, 1904.
iitatjojis and distances from
Atoka arc as follows:
Atoka 0.0; Midway ft.2: Lehigh
Philips 11.9: Coalgate 13.9: Web
born Stonewall 36.4; Ahloso j
12.7) Ada 48.0; Tyrola 57.9; Talo-
va«3.7| Maud 77.8; Tapala 87,f ,;
Shawnee 9)1.2: Ncwala 111.9; Ma-
rion 12H.ii, Oklahoma City 133.1,
A. A. AI.lkk,
VicisPres, & Gen. Mgr.
Colbert Ind. Tor.
L. W MclUORRIES,
lMlVSlUIAN AND SI' KUKON
Calls answered promptly at all hours
To - TEXAS
A recent visitor to Texas (an expe-
rit'nml traveler ) siiid that while each
slate claimed to Ih- pre eminent in
no,ne one natuial product, Texas Bur
parsed tliem all in tlielr own specialtj.
A trip to Texas "ill reveal many
a piolltiiMe Investment Tlie M. ji.
,v I K"\ re.iclis all tlie principal cities
in Texas, passing through the most
highly productive port ion of the state.
Lowrates are In effect via"Tlie Katy.
troin Missouri Kansas points, on
October 4 tii. and is th, at tl.i.00
for the round trip: one way, $l(i..S)
from St Umis and *s..W from Kansas
Cit y. For some new and interest nig
printed matter about "Texas"
C O A K,
J EWE LEU
KIOWA, I T.
... COME TO STAY. Every-
thing in this line, you can have
repaired,cleaned and adjusted. Honest
work end In nost prices All work
Urst-class a airantecl.
A Bii> Fire
Cotton gin and /Hilt Burn
to the grounb.
Kiowa I.T, - 10 - 28 -1904.
The wliite gin and mill, 011
west xide of Katy R'y. track
b irned to the ground hint ni-
it about 1 o'clock. The fire
j, supposed to have started !)_,
cinders that were thro'.vn out
by the fireman, the night be-
toro. The bnildingH and 111a-
chitinry are totlly desroyed &
the cotton that was stored, to
have been gined, about 8 bale
is a total loss, the cotton that
was in bales, about 80 bale>
was sold and tagged ready t<
be shipped, was insured, allso
the mill and machinery
The principal loosers are
rnessrs Pitt and Jackson and
O.A.Birge crshier of the Ha-
nk of Kiowa. A rough esti-
mate places the total loss at
about $10,000.00, It will be
several flays before the exact
amount is known. Kvery
man that was there helped to
save, all that could be got at,
and by this means a number
of bales were saved
Died«- Oct, 27,. 1904, at 11 P.111.
Mrs E.E.Davis, Wife of the Mayor
of Kiowa, I.T,of Erysipelas and
Mrs Davis, has made Kiowa her
homo a long time,funeral services
was held at the Baptist church and
the Kobekah and Odd Follows
were in attendance, in Uniform.
Wo extend our sympathy
to the boroaved family,
Died Sudden on Oct 20,, David
Alixander Henderson from Jack-
fork, Creek, while 011 his way to
Court to serve as Juror,took sick
at Limestone Gap,and died from
blood poison, lie was at his brot-
her's Mr Geo Henderson, from
which place the funeral will take
place.lie will be burrled at Lime-
stone Gap, His Parents and Bro-
ther who reside here in Kiowa,
Deeply mourn his sudden and un-
expected death. In the midst of
life we are in death.and still we
seem to fail to realize that wc have
no lease on life and go a head,
figure and,plan for the things of
this life,without giveing athought
of the future life to come, and
very often are taken unprepared
We extend our Heart felt sympa-
thy to the Father Mother and
relatives in this their hour of sor-
row and may the blessings of an
all wise "God rest with them.
Up to Date Printing
I will purchase hides and
furs of all kinds and pay
the high, -t price consist?
ent with trade. , . .
I will be at Kiowa every
Saturday with the oash to
pay for hides and furs
and at the Narrows op
Brushy creek the balance
of the week
St. Louis' Mo
The climate's the thin# at San An-
tonio. A rare June day is not tiner
than the average day in San Antonio, j
Climate, scenery and the good hotels
make it a perfect winter resort. Tin
cosmopolitan population, the crumb-
ling walls, ruins and the historic
places near San Antonio arc especially :
Kiity's tUroiwli Pullman sleepers
from St. Louis, Kansas City and
Shrcveport make the t ripcomfortahle.
"The Story of San Antonio," a
beautifully illustrated booklet about
the city, its history and its varied at-
tractions, will be sent anywhere on re-
ceipt of 4 cents in stamps. See Katy's
atfpnt, of write
GEOP fiE MOItTON,
St. Louis, Mo.
General rassentjer Agent.
Bradley & Co
Have opened a New
HAKB W ABE S T O 11 K
In - So. McAlester I. T.
and will MAKE yon bottom
prices on Hardware, Stoves,
Barbe-wire, Harncs & Saddles.
The Quaker Jeweler has
mooved his bench to The preeze.
printing office, and all Parties
wishing to have work done, will
fjnd him there and can have any
Kind of Jewelery work done first
class style, Bring in vonr work
an<l have it done Right at the
Right price, Respectfully
So, Main st.J
Remember ! - the "Quaker
Jf.welek of Kiowa, will Save
"YOU" money on "Watches'
and ANY thing in the Jewelry
Line, Get "His", PRICES
before ' YoU ' BUI: : .
Patronise your home paper; send in
the items of happenings in your Nei-
gh-bor-hood and let people know, you
arc alive and in the land of the liveing
by so doing you will help to make the
People of Surroundig Country more
acquainted, sociable and better every
way, send in your Items, Neighbors,
Friends and fellow citizens and we'll
do the rest.
Mrs. & Mr. Geo. J. Coak
Editors and proprietors of the Breeze
Brazil'i Foreign Population.
The population of Brazil is 16,-
000,000, of which 1,500,000 arc
Italians, 1,000,000 Portugues, 150,-
000 Germans, 4,000 English, 400
Americans, and about 2,000 of va-
rious other nationalities. Tlie aver-
age number of immigrants is about
3,000 a year, the Italians predomin-
ating. The German immigration is
about 2,000 a year.
314 Choctaw Ave
Every thing in the sowing
Call and sec us when in town.
Several people here in Kiowa
are so Ancient, that they don't j
know that Coak the Jeweler of j
Kiowa is here and that to stay.
He has 21 years experience at1
his coinand ,to give to the people
the benefit of , to those having
work done. You will find him at
The Breeze office on 10 th St
look for the big watch
WORLD'S FAIR MAPS
, 1 have Just issued a very complete
map of the City of St. Louis, showing
street car lines, location of the World's
Fair, etc. It will be very useful to
j World's Fair visitors.
j I will send a copy on receipt of two
' cents in stamps. Address,
"KATY" St Louis, Mo.
A strange case of bad conscience
is reported from Lexington, Ind.
A man tbere has just received a
check for $5 from a man in Wash-
ington, and in the accompanying
letter the man states that about 20
years ap;o he lived next to him and
stole three of his geese. No charge*
were ever brought and no suspic-
ion was attached to him, but he
claimed that he had been unable to
sleep well recently, as a flock of
geese haunted his dreams wherever
he went to sleep, and he thought
rhat it must be liecause he had
never paid for the geese lie hai!
stolen years ago.
Kiowa ItelM'kah Lodge No. 52 meets
1st and 3rd Friday of each month.
Hannah Pollock, N. C>.
Ina M. Wilburn, V. O.
C. A. lllrge, Sec'y.
Cedar Cump No. 33—W. O. W.—
meets 3rd Thursday In each month.
E. E. I>avis, Clerk.
.1.11 UKYNOLDH, C. C.
Kiowa Chapter No. >." —O. F. K.
meets -d Wednesday before full moon
in each month.
K. E. Davis, Sec'y.
LKorA lUvis, W. M.
Kiowa Lodge No. ?0—F. U. of A.—
incuts 2d Friday in caeh month.
C. E. CULlimtTsoN, Sec'y.
E. E. Davis, F. M.
Kiowa Lodge No. 3"> -I. O. O. F —
meets every Saturday night.
W.M. CltAIITHKK, N. 0.
WM. Pakikh, V. G.
C. A. Hi hoe, Sec'y.
Kiowa Lodge No. 93—A. F. & A. M.-
I meets Wednesday on or before full
' moon In each month,
i C. E. Couieiitson, Sec'y.
E. E. DAVIS, W. M.
Here It Is!,
Just What "You" wanti
Baptist— Preaching, on second &
j fourth Sunday. Conference, on sat-
| urday before the fourth Sunday.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10
A. M. Young Peoples Union, at
3, P. M. every Sunday.
Prayer meeting, every Wednesday
Pastor, Rev. J. B. Gresham.
Presbyterian, — Preaching, tirst
Sunday in each month.
Rev. Johnson frnm So McAlester I.T.
Methodist — Preaching on third
Sunday each month at 11 A. M, and
Sunday school every Sunday, at 10
A. M. Prayer meeting, on each
Pastor, 11:v. J. W. Lloyd,
The young man who starts
ot into business, with the idea
that ldw character is his capi«
tal, and that liis whole man-
hood is pledged for every do.
liar of indebtedness, will usu-
ally succeed; but if y°11 ljave
some mouBV to iuvest, in a
Gilt edge security, that will
pay, an hundred per cent per
annum proffit on it, write to
6. J Coak & Co.
Kiowa, I. T.
| H P WARD, Pres. FBANK CBAI6. Vice Pre.. C. A. BIBGE. CMhser
THE BANK OF KIOWA
(live lis your deposits.
Maki your loans with
us. We will do your
business in a business
way, and extend all the
with a legitimate bank-
We have a special sav-
ing department for the
your boy in starting
L>un!< ." cui-"' of his
For Sale. A Singer Sewing
machine it is in first class runn-
ing order, allso one Bicycle, it is
the usual gear, but will change to
n coaster, one turn of pedal drives
the wheel 24 feet over the ground
ttee the "Quaker" Jeweler.
The Cuban Censorship.
In Cuba, two hours before a pa-
per is distributed, a copy must lie
sent, with the editor s name, to the
government, and one to the censor.
When the paper is returned with
the censor's endorsement it may go
to the public
$HEN YOU TRAVEL
SELECT A RAILWAY AS
YOU DO YOUR CLOTHES.
(MISSOURI, KANSAS A TEXAS RAILWAY.)
Suggests Csiriforlabla and Con*snlsnl TrilM,
THE "KATY FLYER" AND,
KATY DINING STATIONS
Midi, Moderate in Price.
Unsurpassed In Quality and Sinrtea.
GOING TO THE FAIR?
Of course it's the World's Fair,!
the Louisiana Purchase Exposi- j
tion, at St. Louis, April 30 to No- ,
veinbcr 30, this year. To those
who live along or near the line of
the Katy System in Indian Terri-
tory, Oklahoma and Texas, a fast
and comfortable way is open. To
others who will come to St. Louis
a hint is dropped about the charms
of a whirl through "the territory"
and into Texas, or even to Mexico
For any information desired,
write Geo. Morton, G. P. & T.A.
M. K. & T. R'y, St. Louis.
He Could Work It
The battleship Texas, now
berthed in the Brooklyn navy yard,
has been equipped with a fine show-
er bath for the officers. Mr.
Quimby, executive officer of the
ship, took one of the blue jackets
to instruct him how to operate the
new acquisition. After a thorough
explanation Mr. Qu.mby steppe J
uni x the shower and moved both
1 faucets, not knowing that the wa-
ter connection had been made. He
was soaked to the skin in a ;no-
mervt. The sailor remarked, very
gravely: "I think 1 can work it
now, sir." Mr. Qu'.mby looked at
him sharply, but the nran never
cracked a smile—until he had re*
joined lus messmates.
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Coak, George J. & Coak, Mrs. George J. The Kiowa Breeze. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1904, newspaper, October 28, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc269074/m1/3/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.