The Choctaw News. (Choctaw City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 22, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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CHOCTAW CITY OKLAHOMA O. T. SATURDAY- Al (i 1800
I !i U HSC HI Pi 10 N f 1,00 PEli YEAR
OUR MOTTO:—FOR CHOCTAW OITY FIRST, LAST AM) ALL THE TIME.
j'RAAK E, BEEMAJS, Editor and Proprietor.
If you have ever seen a little
child in the agony of summer
complaint, you can realize the
danger of the trouble and appre-
ciate the value of instantaneous
elief always afforded hy DeWitt's
Colic and Cholera Cure. For dy-
sentery and diarrhoea it is a roli-
ablo remedy. We could not af-
ford to recommend this as a cure
unless it were a cure. Choctaw
Clias. Goucber was in the city.
Head our advertisements and
Ringling Bros. bill posters were
billing the town this week.
We would like to have a few
good correspondents from all over
Mr. Caffrey, candidate for county
clerk on the populist ticket was in
our city Thursday,
Many a day's work is lost by
sick headache, caused by indiges-
tion and stomach trouble. De-
Witt’s Little Early Kisers are tbo
most affectual pill for overcoming
such difficulties.—Choctaw Drug
Three or four marshals in charge
of Doc. Stutsman, who is being
held for murder, passed through
this city Thursday night on their
way to Guthrie, at which pi ice he
will be kept until time lor his
Poision Ivy, insect bites, brusos,
scalds, burns, are
It It Time Table
The drouth still continues.
Health of the community geuoral
good.........Contractor Mitchell on Mon-
day, began building a 34x86tt baru for
Mr Flnnell.........Miss Morris and Miss
Connelly, two of Clear Springs charm
ing young ladies attended mooting
Our Fall Stock is beginning to arrive. Pi
ever before for Good Goods and Styles
a few items.
Knitting Worsted & VTarne
Imported Berlin and Domestic Saxony Spanish worsted
German Knitting Yarns, in all the late and popular colors.
In iaoey plads and striped, Light and dark.
OmoBXeag amgliams Buttons
In nliids, checks uu,1 stripe*. In all colors aud styles
“best man” of Oklahoma City, spent
Sunday with tho Wilzles.........The
game pt ball between the Cyotcs and
the Deal Dla
II. W. Haase
Weasles, Saturday on
monil resulted in a score of 20 to 46 in
favor of ihe former,
has one of the finest if not tho best
field of cotton in the
First published duly 18
Notice For l’uhliostiou.
Land oilier* at Oklahoma o. r. July
Notice is hereby given that tho fol-
lowing named settler lias hied notice of
liis intention In make final proof in
support of his claim, aud that said proof
will lm made before Hegistcr and ko-
oeiver at Oklahoma o. r., on Atig 35.
For tho u w 4, see 13, In 18, rl w.
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous resilience upon
and cultivation of. said land, yiz.
o. 1 liailev, William Allen, N. M.
Sanders, J. A. Creel; allot Choctaw o.
B- M. Dilley Register,
county, Mr, Lisa firm believer in tin
old adage “No excellence without
great labor” and bis crop in every d**
partment verifius his faith........The
literary at Rlvorsido school house is in
an evergreen state, tho alteudanee is
good, aud the paper, debates, and rcs-
ubovo the average. Of
Items Gathered Here and
There that May In
Wool Drosa Suitings. Fleucl Suitin gs
tu fancy grounds and effects Id -ill siyta* imuIlale*\ yalerus.
In Brocades aud changeable effects. In black aud colors, all grade-
Flannels 31en.oli.ecl & Unbleaohad Mualina
lied and White all grades, 1 n all grades, Vsnl wide goods
COTTON FLANNEL: in bleached and unhleaehe 1 DOMETaiid SCOTCH
Sanitary Flannkl, n new thing on the market Dv.mmuns, In 1*1 no, browu
and fancy patterns. GKAN8:— Keutucky awl Mississippi. SHIRIINGS.
About 25 pieces to pick from; All grades, tabi.k linni: n, all kinds aud grades.
HOisery, for Men, women, aud Infants in all grades aud prices,
lli-s'issi 'I rliiiniliiaf*. llJ Braid, Binding, Saline. Velveteen, \ civet etc.
Dress IWninir**, in ail styles and kinds, Cambric, Buck, Hair cloth.
Fiber Sehamois. IN of Ions* of every description. Consels, Balls Best
Kobo, trilby and lion Ton in all sizes. lOuitn-oirti'i-j’. ICnitt injr
Cotton mull SilliM, all kinds and colors. Overnlls nail Mem*
!*81»ii-»M, A tine line to select from. KiispeiiilerH (nr Men and Itojs,
all prices, TOWLSANl) TOW UNO m bloachoil and uuhleaclied ami fancy.
RIBBONS, ail tho most popular similes and widths, HATS AND CAPS, a full
and complete lino. BOOTS AND SHOES, in all styles, kirn's and sizes to suit
everybody and at prioos that cannot be beat. Come iu aud wr* "'ill eon vine*
you that wo are selling at JS**<1 Hock,
For Men, Women and Children, Al! we ask Is to have you come it.
aud examine our prices anil goods and wo will convince you that we are selling
goods as cheap as lliny eau be sold. Yours for Business,
] he wosl bound mail was two hours
into Saturday night.
Mr Clips, Palmer marketed some
nice peaches Satuida.y.
Miss May Ivy returned from
koma City, Monday.
G VV. Ouiealt loaded and shipped
a car load of wheat this week.
Mr* Kobt Ewing returned trom Ok
lahoma City, Wednesday morning.
Judge Harper of Oklahoma City was
Shaking bauds with his many friends
in Choctaw, Sunday
Mr Dau Ryan amt Sheriff DeFord
were east bound pasengers on the yhoo-
law Tuesday morning.
Rii gliug Bro’s bill ear passed through
Choctaw on its way to Oklahoma City,
at which place they show sometime in
The cotton gin fired up Saturday to
see that every thing was in running
order, aud is now ready to gin your
cotton as fast as ii comes iu.
Mr Genu Day made this office a
pleasant call Monday. (lean is at home
now spending his vacation until liis
school commences iu Oklahoma City.
Dr.C. P. Hues, oneoi ('hoctaw City’s
prominent ph.'sieiaus made this office
a pleasant call Wednesday aud ordertd
Lis name ] ut on our subscription-
Notice:—Parties proving up through
tins paper should be sure to call at this
otflee aud get their affidavit of publica-
tion before goiug to tliu Laud Office to
Mr Soultz presented this office with
a line specimen of petrified coder found
in “D” county by his brother in-law.
The piece of wood is about 6 inchos in
leugtL aud about 3 inches thic.r, aud
is perfect in every respect.
Died;—Conrad Kuseho, of typoid fe-
ver, aged 21 years, died al his homo
Northeast of this city, on Aug. 18th.
Mr Rum he leaves a large circlo of
fra uds to mourn his loss Mr Itusche
wa- a line young man aud loved by all
who knew liiiu-
J. H. t'oncannon went ta Okla-
homa city Ihursday night.
Mr fi right loaded a car with
line water mellons this week.
Deputy sheriff Layton and R’m.
Ivy are in Perry on business this
Work commenced on the new
school house this week, and will
now be pushed to completion,
If you have anything that we
an use and "ant to pay your sub-
scription, bring it in.
The whole system is drained
and undermined by indolent ul-
atrd open sores. DeWitt’s
course Harmony is iu tho swim.....
Roy. Ray of Stillwater and Rev. Ray
of Shawnee, Brothers of Rev Ray of
Choctaw arrived here Saturday Iasi to
assist in tho revival meetings. Rev.
Cummings and wifo of Union City,
'registered Monday, and will lend llieir
Help in the good cause. Tho meetings
are well attended and good order pr i-
vails. A number of conversions made
aud there promises to be much good
iu the yinyard of the Lord.
First published July 11 18116.
Notice for Publication.
I,and Office at Oklahoma City, June
Nr ti< o is liorcbv given that tho fo
lowing-mimed settler lias filed notice
by I)e (Pitt’s Witch Hazel Salve,
the great pile cure.—Choctaw
The populists held their com-
missioner and representative con-
vention in this city Thursday and
put in nomination for commission-
er of the first dist. east, Mr. L. B
Stone of Orutclio tp., and A. W
Roberts of Hartzell for represent-
ative of the 12th legislative dis-
When we consider that the in
testines are about fivs times as
long as the body, we can realize
the intense suffering experienced
when they become inflamed. De-
Witt’s Colic & Cholera Cure sub-
dues inflammation at once and
completely removes the difficulty.
Choctaw Drug Co.
We acknowledge the receipt of
Yol. 1., No. 1, of the < alvin Star,
a bright and newsy paper publish-
ed and edited by Mrs, S. A. Craig
formerly of Norman. Mrs, Craig
is a rustler and if the citizens of
C’alvin give the support due her,
they will have a paper that they
may well be proud of. Here is
our *x9r wishing the Star a long
and prosperous life.
“Boys will be boys,” but yon
cant afford to loose any of them.
Be ready for the green apple seas-
on by having DeWitt’s Colic and
Cholera Cure in the house.— Choc-
taw Drug Co.
of his iutentiou to iuuk«i linni proof in
support ot his claim, and that said
« i.Biii, nuu tiitit nuui
proof will lm made before the Register
,V Receiver, al Oklahoma I’Uy, O. T. on
Aug 10 18116.
Bioltings from the Pot.
As it has been some time since
I have seen any news from this
neighborhood, will send you a tew
Corn cutting is now the order of
Last Monday friends and neigh-
bors gathered at the home of Mrs.
Wade, cut and tied 125 shocks of
fodder for her. Willard Saddler
says he wishes they would lave a
corn cutting every day.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilburne and
Miss Rolland from near Kingfisher
visited their sister, Mrs. Eubank
Cook Mercantile Co
First Door North of the Post OFFiceT--*
STONE EOR COMMISSIONER!
stone & co.
, , r , m -1 OR A. FART OF* IT
Want your lraae,
Don’t think for u minute that it is ns that is niuuiug fm
Commissioner. Oh, no, we uve too busy to run for any-
thing except our store to wait on our many customors.
Mr. and Mrs
near Oklahoma city, Sunday.
Mrs. C. E. Roberts who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Steadman, will return homo
James Swartz has been quite
sick but is convalescing under the
care of Dr, Hues.
The sore eyes have been going
the rounds in this neighborhood.
H’edding bells do we hear? oris
it only the throbbing of a broken
Mr. Duveska expects to get out
a bale of cotton this week.
H. L. Foltz made a trip to Ok-
lahoma city, Wednesday.
Mr. Cruise returned from Tenn.
essee Friday, where he has been
visiting his parents. He reports
COME TO OUR STORE
First published Aug t 1896.
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at Oklahoma, O. T. June
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler lias tiled notice of hi
intention to make final proof m supper
STONE & GO
Pass the good word along the
line. I can be quickly cured
withont an operation by simyly
applying De’A itt’s Witch Hazel
Salvo.—Choctaw Drug Co.
WANTED AT ONCE.
Active agents for each county.
Exclusive controll and no risk.
Will clear from 12 to 25 hundred
dollars a year. Enclose stamp for
particulars or 25c for $1 sample.
Big Rapids Mineral Water Co.,Big
First published Aug 15 1896,
Notice For Publication,
Land Office at Oklahoma, O. T. Aug
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler lias filed notice of his
intention lo make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof wili lie
made before the Register & Receiver at
Oklahoma, O-T. on Sept. 22,1896.
Edward S. Muzzy.
for the north) ol s w 1-4 see 23, tp 12
w r 1 w.
Ho names tho following wittnesses lo
proyc his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of, said land, viz:
G, W.Ouiealt, S. K. Hawkins, J.S.
Muzzy and Will Fix, all of Choctaw,
B. M. Dilley, Register.
fis CA P*
-,3 a! Ii
It doesn’t matter much whether (
sick headache, biliausness indiges-
tion and constipation are caused
by negipct or by unavoidable cir-
cumstances; De H itt’s Little Early [
Risers will speedly cure them all.
Choctaw Drug Co,
Read tho new ad of Stone & Co.
in this issue.
Theories of cure may be discus-
sed at length by physicians, but
the sufferers want quick relief;
and One Minute Cough Cure will
give it to them. A safe cure for
children. It is “the only harm-
less remedy that produces imme-
diate results.”—Choctaw Drug Co.
If you want hardware at prices
that are rigl^t, call on Coats,
Don’t trifle away time when
you have cholera morbus or diar-
rheer. Fight them in the begin-
ning with DeWitt’s Colic and
Oholra Cure. You don’t have to
. wait for results, they are instan-
, taneous, and it leaves the bowels
, in healthy condition. Choctaw
ed about thirty young people
Tuesday evening at the home of i
her mother. At 12 o’clock supper j
was served and all returned to |
their homes having enjoyed a very |
There was a goodly number at - j
ending the singing Sunday even- ;
n:g at Mr. Huffmaos.
Next Sunday tho Christians will i
hold services in Mr. Gideons grove !
Everybody bring baskets and din-1
ner will be served on the grounds.
A cordial invitation is extended
Why didn’t John Glamser go to
the party Friday night?—Because
| some one else look his girl. Don’t
get discouraged John, try again.
Hitch Hazel Salve speedly heals
them. It is the best pile cure
known.—Choctaw Drug Co.
Dr. Linthicum, Bud Cavett,
Rube Brown and several others
went to Oklahoma city, Thursday
J. W. Hocker, of the Boston
store at Shawnee was a west bound
on the Choctaw, Thurs-
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Mr. Rowland returned from
outh McAlester IBednesday even
ing, to he here about two weeks.
If vou want some of those 1
quart cans, you had better get
them now of Coats, at 40 cents a
doz Only a few left
The demo rats met in this city
Tuesday ai:d elected delegates to
;.t! rd the democratic convention
in Oklahoma city on the 21st.
I have the best barn in the city,
Good rigs with first class accomo-
dation for the tra7ling public.
Give me a Call,$»V>*
One half block east of Outcalts
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Beeman, Frank E. The Choctaw News. (Choctaw City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 22, 1896, newspaper, August 22, 1896; Choctaw, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc925381/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.