The Kiowa Breeze. (Kiowa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, May 12, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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id law ,wits -i
Theo Tlmmpson from Coal-
grto, is vinit.ng i'eli(tiv< - I civ.
failing, ai l(i. I").
.1 W.Lambert a. pieasant
call la.st Salurdaj.
Surely every I•< • l,\ nuglii njoy
si.awherrlrs .It - <|ts lor In eis
I f any une thinks 11... i • I ti st isnt
in it: llie. want t'i t,aki a peep.at it
about 8:iti:i(ki.V .-i Monday: Satur-
day it was crowded wh.li te.iin:. and
w..'.nils, fi'iui i,lie couiit.i'y.
lishinp pan ics are the order of tht
(lay seint nsliing belo: • ttic rain
a nil ge! \\o\- .it lii'T go aftei ward
and vr"t ,vei ,v\tiats the. di in? ranee
Several peepU; of Kiowa aud vaein-
:ty. narrowly escaped being caught
Mi lasi Kridav.s storm, which passed
ins' west of here about ' miles.
Several uiecuwrs of the 1 OOF.
(nun .Savannah .utriil'd I.yd:, at
LOST- last iSatui'dav 2<; s\ mc
where between tile school ho.i^se
find Pitt aiiti Jacksons store one
one new butcher knife, any one
fin.litis snnio \vill do t\ gfloil act
by leaving u with Aunt Reelie
Briee near- (he school house, or
leave it at the Uveeze offeree.
[I. G. Han oook aud Co,
liavH received another ship-
itient of Dry Goods. fyoni
tU«ir eastern agent.
Tlds tdiipment contained
hohim ,if the Latest Dress
/Material, and those in need
of dry goods are requested to
call and make Selections
early. Hancock's Low price
nnd good quality, keej
Wo visited the office of the A-
toka News Saturday and found
the force up to their eyes in jot
work from thp Atoka business
jtien. Ye men hunts of Kiowa! Go
thou and do (us) likewise.
BUY one of the OLD reliable,
^litper Sewing Mp(hlncs on tne in-
stallment. ($3.o0 per month.)
Agent is in Kiowa once a month.
General office at 307 Choctaw Ave-
nue, — — So McAlester, 1. T.
Needles for all kinds of
sewing machines at the quaker
Kepairinian. (Jail at Breeze
Mrs 11 uncock, in company with
Mr- nnd Mr Jennings went to
So McAlester Monday.
Mrs Browning, mother of
Mrs (i.(J.Jennings returned home
to St Louis, Mondav-
L.Omstead went to Savannah
Land has been purchased in
Kiowa for the purpose of starting
:i Brick making plant.
Building is going on so rapid-
ly that lumber men and dealers
arc puzzled, to keep a supply,
sufficient for the demand.
orpliy Vanderpool visited his par-
ents Mrs and l'r, .I.M. Vanderpooi
iast Sunday,returning home Monday
to Stigler. I.T.
The Kiowa Hand Hoys,and eats
s. eiii I 1 have i*h'i-"ii the sune night
to practice on. Success to the r.and
Hoys and • I tats for the eats.
llevA.B. Johnson, preached for the
people of this town last Sunday and
will deliver another sermon San-
da* 14 (rod willing. Conn out and
hear him every one.
The Kiowa Trading Co
h ive a car load of Feed,
Flour and Meal.
£<?e them for prices.
THE Hi* It ACE
Is ih^ ltui' raj" > ti will
find ever, thing in our line
up to daW S'li r-
will c.n.\ im " you. '
-sticka. i . Lining—fi c-t-u
jiapern,. pins — f> ,,
f>---papers,, iic'udW--,') „
3 doz c lothes; pins-6 ,,
pint cut's --5cts
G doz spring, book A eyes --f>
11 ' in enamel '.ash bas;n-
Jl) cts. lY-lished steel. Car-
penters hammer- .i-rn t-
Nr n n A l i v & To vi/.
Thi Brewer mines changed o.wner-
slilp a.st week and an under new
Mr Pound is bavin}' his saw mill
in vet. to new setting iieing nearer
town by about 4 miles.
Talking inacuines and delivery
wagon arc all the style and patron-
/.inn ti--me industry another style?
Strange: out sidt people takin
advantage of a good field, that home
people ought hold and carry on
We are. i*i receipt of a complimen
tary copy iii Mr Bryans latest book
Under Oilier Flags" T./c book con-
tains an interesting account of his
travels in many countries, and his
impressions of the places and people
ulso talks oh live issues. Price $1,25
igents at-'^reeje oilice.
The telephone men has moved in
to town and will we infer shortly be
gin work ana phone system for the
Mrs Fred Tonti in carrying a kettle
of hot water, stumbled and spilled the
water on her. scalding herself severe
ly.at present she is tmproying.
J, E. Johnston attended
court at Atoka Monday, re
turning Tuesday evening,
We think they "ditched
him on the home run, he
came in about dark nearly ex
Mr. Bradley's son who ha*
been employed as stenogra
pher in the government ser
vice in the Philipines, is e.n
route home, and will proba
bly reach the United States
about the first of June.
THE EDWARD BAND, Will
play for picnics and enter-
tainments. A full band, with
first class instruments. Char
ges reasonable. Address or
call on -Oscar VV. Leslie R M
Edwards, I. T.
Wc met our old friend George
Thornberry, in South McAU
Saturday, He reports the Baker
mines as working regular; but lie
had a knot on top of his head like
unto a hen egg, w here a rock had
fell on him: and he talked of his
olil home and friends in Edwards,
with tears in his eves.
l.oW KATES TO ST LOT"IS
One fare plus .'dirts orthe round
:p . Tieki ti ■ n sa i May si ;i to
nil ii :u . p.ood until May -.t h.
S'o Katy -■ Agent.
IV. V f.knov,
}i? V ICK PlIK-lDKS I.
K. A. IJOHI NS IS
2*lp Vll-K l'l.KSIIiKNT.
c. W. CR17M, CASlUKR.
T 11 F
MERCHANTS 0 PLANTERS
cu aill.ks I. vi i.ouk.
W. X. VKHNON,
E. A. Koiiinson.
C. W. Cm'm,
W A. FOYII,,
t. ii likll,
W. K. Hukwkii,
II. <• II \X( in K,
Perhaps the fact that Mart and
Conley dont have better luck in pros-
pecting is due to Cunleys disbelief ill
the real existence of material things.
AN OPEN Letter
()ui -it > iv.uimi is (hat ihi- is
triu id .nost men who .lepart
tin- jilaiti tc:i( bingt, of the
word of (.od.as set forth in the
octriual -taiuiards of the church
of which you arc ti member But
ill the while you constantly obj-
ct il any one. Christian or ,in-
ner, seeljs Christ for a full ijpliv-
rence from sin, or il ai y one
stiliis that he has been i.lei^ji-
d from all sin in tin- blood of
lu'ist. Not onlyis this true, but
from the pulpit many times you
have cast shvero insinuations
igainst all those who claim to
avs fovinit tilis great, grace, win
nitig tlie approval of that class of
people who claim to liave found
this great grace, winning the ap-
proval of that ela s of people
who though members of the
church, arc notorious for their
entire lack of piety and their love
But to come to our proof test.-
for a full salvation: God,in i>iix
ing the ingredients- of which lit
created man, in His physical,men
tal, and spiritual nature, did not
put iti any sin. Man was created
morally pure. The introduction
of sip whicji brought the fall
came later on, and was the work
of the devil. "For this purpose
the Sou of God was manifest that
He might destroy the works of
the devil. The attonemcnt of
Jesus Christ covers the whole
ground. All sin is the work of
the devil, and Christ's mission in
the woyld is to destroy Satan'
works, to pardon all transgress-
ions produced by indwelling sin
or caused by temptation from
without, and to remove the in-
ward sin, and then to pro-occupy
the man by filling liini with the
Holy Ghost, a full salvation.
Now, my brother, you have
gone up into the pulpit and taken
the side of Satan and denied
Christ's power to do this: John
wrote, "if we walk in the light
as lie is in the light, wo have fel-
lowship one with another, and
the blood of Jesus Christ His Son
cleanseth us from all sin."
In candor, I believe your false
testimony from the sacred desk is
endangering the salvation of your
Take the words of the angel to
Mary, "Thou shall call his name
Jesus, for lb' shall ave His peo-
ple from their sins" This angel
was sent of God, to announce to
the world a Christ, who could
concluded next week.
Transact m General Banking Business
Yonr patronage and influence
.M.vanaerpool, IK.l) Albert Allen, M p
Vnndef^ool & Allen
PJIVMCIAN> a KI'KUKUN
C. A. BIlKiE. CJShk r
FRANK RAIG, Vice Pres
H. P. WARD, Pre*
THE BANK OF KIOWA
OCT Ice, At Pallare Drug Store
S to 12 a. m. : i to i l'. Jl.
(hvc lis your deposits.
Makt vour ' loans with
us. We will do voui
business in a business
way. and extend all tin
with a legitimate bank'
residkm t. giid
I I DlIK \ lai.NOM
George H. BAM LETT
jjrnv icy on
KIOWA, - - ; - - INI>. Tkij
Wc haye a special sav-
ing department for the
your boy jn starting a
bank acpount of I'is
G P. Sturgeon
KIOWA, — — —- L T.
'< ' *' Z' -' >i
C O A K,
TTAS COME TO STAY. Every-
-11 thing In this line, you can hate
repaired, cleaned and adjusted. Ilonest
work and honest ptiecs All work
tirst-class and guaranteed.
Lfind wauttid ; Q
I am prepared to handle the
Surplus Lands of all Citizens
who are entitled to dispose of
same. "See" (r. J. Conk, if you
Want an "honest" deal.
Mrs Robert Henry and Miss Lula
Henry were visiting in Edwards Mon-
I!. E. Albright is fencing his newly
acquired prope.it>' in Kiowa.
e.en reloading and ship-
i he slack lie lias on hand
ping some <
Kiowa should provide
a way to let owners of stray
stock that has been impound-
ed here in town, know; in or-
der that they can come and
secure said stock before a
large bill of expence is incur-
Ft. worth, Tex.. May 18th -
26th.-1905; For the above
occasion the M. K. A:T. R y.,
have made very low rate of
ohe fare plus $l'.00 for the
round ti ii>; children between
the age of twelve years, one
half the adult fare.
Tickets will be on sale May
lbt]i, 17th, 18th, with final
return limit May Hist.
Ask Katy's Agent for
Attorney - at - Law,
Offlpe, over Grand Leader,
opposite Post OHice,
South MCALESTER, — I.T.
Kent v. Gay,
Attorney - at - Law,
Office, over Grand Leader,
Sot th McAlester, — 1. T.
THOMAS D. DAVIS,
Office, over -
American national BANK,
South McAlester, — 1. T-
m KENNON & DEAN,
eooms .'i, 4, 5, - Kali lula Buildln:
South M'Alester, I.T.
Always Mention the "Breeze"
Who Goes There?
p. 0. V. REUNION
JUNE I 4 -i I 6
Very Low llound Trip Itatos
See that your ticket reads via Ilock Island
Full information on request.
,1. S. NA1.U, DIY.
0|iLAHOMA CITY, O.T.
H. LKK, GKN, l'ASS,
Little Rock; Ark.
Market Reports on Coun-
try Produce; at H.G.Hancock
<ii Co. Kiowa I.T. — May 1st,
to 6th, 1905,
Iti h cts
II u M
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,, 8 „
.. ti ,.
Baptist — Preaching, on first &
Sunday school every Sunday at 10
A. M. Young Peoples Union, at
1 i, P. M. every Sunday.
Prayer meeting, every Wednesday
Pastor, .1. B. Gresliam.
Ducks f. f. f., per P 4 Presbyterian. - Preaching,
' , ,.. j Sunday in each month.
Geese, f, f. t.
Turkeys, 0. T., ,, ,
Turkys, Y. T., ,, ,
Turkeys, Hen, ,, ,
Guineas, ,, doz
Sunday school ever Sunday at 10 a. in.
when speaking of Bargains adver j letter, Fresh No. 1 per
-tised in its columns. [Green Salt Hides, <
Eggs the lightest market
prices eggs strictly fresh
... 11 Prayer meeting Tuesday evening.
i I | Johnson from So McAlester, I.T.
Methodist — Preaching on second
fourth Sunday, morning & evening.
Sunday school every Sunday, at 10
A. M. Prayer meeting, on each
Pastor, J. 1>. Rodgers
. 1 '201
Hunt forget that Kiowa
now, has two Jewelers; and
that the Old "Reliable": For sale:
QUAKER JEWELER Ati price a fine Mandolin
will be located on 8th. j | Rosewood ] 23 ribs.
Street next week. The Quaker Repaii man
All persons expecting to have
their cancers cured on the insur-
ance plan, will please come as soon
as possible, as 1 have other points
Nothing but Guaranteed! ^or Sa|e._ tw0 lote) a iJOU,P mat I must visit as
work turned out; and avery I $300.00, time Sce|f"r-
mecaiiical device made; y°u|Qv4aker repair-man; K" w-v. j
can have fixed by him. i ' I
Dr Wm Lee.
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