The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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The Curtis CoiJrier
A WORTHY CANDIDATE | LOCAL BKCVinw- loan should see A. L Gray. M * r •»*. 0 KfHf
After much deliberation and C. 0. Gifford and wife of near Three weeks from to-day will g ..p>i| AT ATP Dft|J|/
solicitation from his friends, F. pearl were in Curtis. Mon dav. ! the ever glorious Fourth of II TljL uLmI V I II I f* ||ll|t||\
A. White has consented to make Ur j g Hunt was in Wood- Julv g | ||£ |lLVI W I I* I
.i.«y evinced Mr. . | JL “ U,? e»irn wheat Reid, ^ w. h„v, grown f«Wr than »y tank m Wcrtern Oklahoma.
Missouri river water was in for employment. jk
evidence at the dance Saturday Good broom corn and millet
C. 0. Gifford and wife of near
___^ ■ No. 2<f
CURTIS WGODWARB CBUNTY. OKLA. JUNH » ■ «•»_______
Anyone wishing to make a farm w H Vbvh vi.> a
loan should see A. L. Gray. Air uumw. e-» 0 m.amt. jJ
asier v nan ■>.' —....... Jl
Ior ______ A.k your Neighbor why 1 B
",«- -»» CMd bm si Jusl^
ih.n himself, bo soli clod for the ™h<- . can be purchased «M he g«a.a<i.;MfcfMfea|fcafc 9&fB*V&*~‘****Kn _
Kv ^Mn‘nVm/dan "n°e that!; het^h/crops in this locality Fawcett of C»m»r *> — " ------—
u ah tk. Viitt r»nn<f>niientlv to a great extent. !• vjaitinir her mot
would fill the bill, consequently
he will accept the office again. He
will not make a fight for the posi-
tion. but if elected he will try as
hard in the future as in the past
to fill the office in the interest of
the taxpayers Anyone who has
been present at the commission-
ers* meetings, knows that Mr.
White has worked hard for his
constituents, who will see that he
\s nominated and elected. While
it is barely possible that the ex-
penses of the county has been
kept downas low as it should have
been, still no one can charge that
Mr. White has not done his best
in the affair and the people of the
first district will show their appre-
ciation of his services at the elec-
9 !»•» w ---
.....- , Mrs. Z. E. Fawcett of Camargo
to a great extent |ig visiting her mother. Mrs J.
Miss Stella Vogt, who has been M Tharp 0f this city.
working in Mooreland, spent Sun- Alva Covert stopped off between
day with home folks. trains in Curtis, Monday after-
K R. Russell was up from the j noont to visit his father
Persimmon flats Sundav, to meet. Try Gophergo. a sure extermi-
relatives on the train. nator fer all rodents. For sale at
The crowd in this city. Satur-1 post0ffice Drug Store. Price 25c.
day. was highly appreciated by
H. ft. GOVERN
good citizen gone
A telegram was received in this
citv, Tuesday, announcing the
fact that Henry Stinnett was
dead. The deceased had been di-
viding his time visiting sons south
4>f Curtis and a daughter in south-
.Vn Texas, since his wife died a
' few years ago. It was while vis-
’ iting the daughter. Mrs. Martin,
that he died. The Woodward
u».y. ” * '
the Curtis merchants.
F. M. Starr and wife of Pringey
were among the crowd that visit-
ed this city. Saturday.
Woodward defeated Shattuck
in a game of ball at Woodward.
Sundav. by a score of 4 to 2.
A traveling show of the moving
picture variety exhibited in Cur-
tis. Friday and Saturday nights. ^ ^
Give this office an opportunity,a“d afct guaranteed.
U> do your letter head, note head viu»»
statement or envelope printing.
W. W. Standiford and C. E. ^ ______ — _
Jones of Woodward were welcome j ^ ^ #f the taxpayers and
callers in this city one day last refu9C to vote for any
SPECMLS FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 15-
7T2Z. ,.«k fcoi *£
Lis locality, but now of V»I Blair. . SenaCa stock food JU
..l. is a new subsenb*\7j^ m r
You did not pav such enormous
taxes under territory as vou pay
now Everybody knows that this
statement is true. 1
er of the Courier. j 25C size SenaCa Stock food
"The best fit I ever had” is the,___________— 5
Srt'A’STlSSr Goodier & Son. Pool Halt
and a fit guaranteed. | ^ ^ ^ UpT(MWTE, with a full line of SnuAins Tobaceo.
clerk hire too much. The pay — — ~ *’ r* “L
Mr. Young of Kansas has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. Grant
Lee. south of this city, the past
--- vv^warti Oklahoma taxes are bevond all
that he died. The Woodward Taxes were not that way
countv relatives had been uef0re statehood. Something has
cd that he was slightly sick but be^re sta ^ ^
thev can reiuee vu 7-
candidate who refuses to pledge
himself to hire less expensive
OIL TRUST IS hORBIDDEN.
cd tnat ue ---
not prepared for the awful news.
Mr. Stinnett was a veteran of the
civil war and an excellent citizen,
being one of the pioneers of this
county and aided not a little in its
development. James and Lindsey
i* .1 • _____ Air \formn
Assuming jurisdiction on the ^
ground that the companies have • •
virtual monopoly, the1 corpor-j. .
!iore swuciiw'*. ............- a viriuai ................... ^
•ought it about since. | a^jon commission issued an order j
The News-Bulletin understands directed to the Waters PierceOil ©
that the Ptoneer telephone com-1 Company, the Texas Oil Com-
has acmiired the lines of the nanv. and the Oklahoma Oil Com
E G. Goodier, Barber Shop
We are prepared to do >11 kind, of Barber work-_(
* THE BAXTER COMPANY '%
shelf an^w j|ir<JWMC |
it v Low Profit is Possibtt \
FOR CASH ONLY '
that the Pioneer leiepnoiic w«..-j company, me V"1 X” ' ®.
nanv has acquired the lines of the pany> and the Oklahoma Oil Com- jgj
not»mue »iu Home Enterptt* te.epbone com-
development. James and Lm sey pany. ~ . same Quantity and quality, j *§)
A -Stinnett of this county. Marion The ba|| frame last Saturday be- made on a com-'®
Stinnett of Illinois, a son in Kan* tween Red Top and Moscow re- JX from Mamtunl, where the; «j
sas and Mrs. Martin of Texas are in a victory for the form- j'*1"1 - Supply the trade, i ®-
his children. The body was e). The sameJeams will plat-.tj January 1.1912.®
brought back to this county aud Moscow. Sawrday and Sunday. been 8ei|ing oil to the ®>
hosts of friends extend their svm- h r Coiert ,„d E A. Ferris by thc barrel, but that
pathiea to tne ehil were in Woodward. Friday an<* I slnce that time an order from a
great loss. report the county seat was crowd-, merchant wa8 required. Evidence
ed with taxpayers who were trv-| was brought out at the hearing
rngtohave their assessment re- ~ . .l.. .u» -mmiuints
Fell From ScaHoldlng
Oklahoma City. Okla; Oscar
A. Anderson of 2401 South Walk-
er street felt from a scaffold, and
though considerably sprained and
bruised, is able to be abowt. He
says Hunt’s Lightning Oil took
all the soreness away. It is also
WWo arc selling good brooms at cost-25 cents, as long
as the supply lasts-
was Drougiit wuv — -
to the effect that the merchants
_____ got 50 cents a barrel on each such
Oscar Meyers, who has been order.
third trick operator at the Santa The commission found that this
Fe depot for several months, has was a discrimination > c com j
been transferred to the tower at panies and against the farmers, j
Windward. Mr. Buckner is the ----------------
C. E Jones of Woodward is ask-
it*. _ A „ awA n I# ra 1 IVY
Our esteemed friend. A. Hull. | C. E Jonesoi yy ---
is asking for the republican nom- ing the republicans to ma e i |
ination for justice of the peace in their candidate for County W eig i-
25c and 50c bottles*.
Makes The NatUm QarWe township. Mr. Huff is de- er. Mr. Jones is *
The awful tr^S ^|
rt looks 8Sth*>igh County Clerk was in the govern-1-^
Tucker needs another high priced /epuf1'^" *
i ucKtrr ment empl«
ine awiui no,
Fourth of July staggers human-
ity. Set over against it, however
is the wonderful healing, by Buca-
isthe wonderful healing, by Buck- Tucker needs another high priced t employ in the earlv thr.es in |
len’s Arnica Salve, of thousands (Jepptv for it took him from bat- down the Indians when !
who suffered from burns, bruises.'^ untH Tuesday afternoon to P on the war path and is I
cuts, buffet wounds or explosions. ,fjrnfeh U8 a copy of thepneied- good man. He » fe
Its the quick healer ol b°ilm & • 0f the county commissioners. aiMcd
- ” P"e9- t* *«> ^ ! Inirclshiol,
We cajry ^ large assortment
Pure Drugs,, as well as the-
most popular meritorious
‘•‘patent mnediesnes.’ we so-
h.ctt your drug trade business
assuring you of good good^
and good service.
j’ers, eczema, sore lips or
25c"at C. G- Baxter’s..
All persons who owe the Cou-
rier office a^ requested to pav
same ra the next two weeks; at
we must meet our obligations and
must have monev. Do not delav..
ooo ir.an. xnr
^»r^ss:^s|'cHAS. a. Baxter,
CURTIS.OKLA. . t„
commissioners woujd not stan Mr jones with ttaorvot-*; Id?#? I&fo 2
his favor- *.
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