The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 28, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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The Curtis Courier
CURTIS. WOODWARD COUNTY. OKLA- DECEHBER »■
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CHRISTMAS cNTBRTAlNMENT LOCAL BREVITIES, j ^^^^ofil^reUndfor ft j t
The tree and entertainment giv- R. C. Saunders was in Mutual Gfa|aaefl, £
cn in this city Chrfatmaa eve was this week. g. M. Covert wtato Woodward J|
a verv pleasant affair in even*; p & Lon-r was in this dtv.
way. ‘The various committee* «>•1 priday night,
pointed to arrant* for the oeea-1 ^ Co<* returned last week
skm washed t mother like Chne-; ^ Camargo.
undoubted* the most pleasant Monday night
____* ms kina that has ever Now la the 1
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I THE HEW STATE BANK |
w WOODWARD, OKLA. ltf
ft rw. Deoosit. in thi. Bank are Protected by the Depositors*
***. . jMThe Dcpoa y ^ o( Oklahoma ft
.•aaasss t -1* -—srsr - ““|
H. M. Covert waaia Woodward
the ftrrt of thews*.
Remember. Ludwitk is pe>ing
the higheet market price for
purpose. There is noi one ram »*
a hundred that would have done
thin and the way it stood was
down a cedar tn iuayaru xoru*. 1 Surgeon eaiLOr Speer of M«
purpose- There is not one men in - KaiRr comand land i)ay or NightPhone 43.
L J“J “ 4‘—*** "aMd until you f«t Ludwtek’ii M.W McKay nod family —
I turned Saturday from a few dhya
Jj. _law fi i ■■ rla *<viih.WMt of
thin and the way it atooowaa ,ra> I turned hnturoay xrwn» ic—
eaidlv worth I* Mr. Vogt haa m<1Cr. Lnd- vWt with ftkndoeoulhweat of
the eonununity ■ thanks Ux bia • _epe }B Woodward, Satur-j this city.
generosity. The program render- . .. i n q ggmpeten, who traded i
ed was one of merit all thru end.dav night Ifontha a. H. Carter farmnprth-
gpoke loud for the literary ability a. L. Gray waa in W°°dw*^. ^ ^ty, Is a new tub-
of the community. Then to crown Tuesday night on a ton paying - ^ Courier,
all there waaa present for every- expedition. scriber of the touner _ ^
body. This entertainment will y^y not
long be rememhered by aU and ea* -
pedaily the children.
Watch thfe epacw
Whv not commence the New
Year by paying the printer what
you owe him?
It will pay you to get
east oi w»*» —
•criber of the Courier.
The beet itJ ffver had” is the
expression os m of the
clothseput out by B. C. Baxter.
Quality and afttgufranteed.
nor country eermpondento
-- It will pay you to
caUty the peat week. itema . J
S. E. Barnaetter isaneweuh- Tk«^wmapwacknow-
•criberof the Cfcurtor. the
that prtnto thrneffa
J.N. Nolte and Geo. M. Croend
______ Ike waMffWffl luhfltflb*
tm ^jvr mniwr aaiiuuR w.t w.
Alva concluded it waa uphill bum
nees to deprive people of their
hueimrtr for some other man’s
debts atatt events they probably
had eneugh at the first tassel and
^e«t the %mm to the hardware,
atom iff this dtp that they had
locked up to the owners The Alva
r, like gentlemen. And who can
wonder! After it had brought the
action that cost the home com-
, pany not less than I2Q0. Weaup-
posed that it would take what
would make a horse leave its oats,
for the Alva company to get
ashamed, but such a dastardly
trick aa itplaved on our hardware
firm seems to have had the ef-
Goodier 8c Sort', Pool Hall
Clean and Up-to-date, with a Mlol Smoking Tob««.
Cigars Lunch. Goods and Cold. Drinks
E G. Goodier, Barber Shop-
. N. NOlte anaueo. m. VoD ftndn end numarous rela-
yim among the wwwil mbunb*
m aLo. #kff rvQRt v«ek.
n H- Lyden’s team topk a par-
ty te Chester just after the tog
X *tora “* ^
Monday we commence the year fog the coming veer
H2 and we wish all our subsenb- T nnikinson. who for4he past
-- . •
To tke Aln R*lbr l\m 60. < «»A R
O jMttwwter# ftueirtle *J«dc> *f Wttiwu*. Ok- ^
9 bars of your companies and employes of uie same .
2 Xf our pl«* of burinm. in. the tow. “* 5
fc!«the some will b« treated oo trowoomm-oM •
iyy Wilkinson, whofoPthepmt —----.
sU months had been firing on the •• QkU. or the same will
pusher, until promoted to engi- jjj dealt with acctrJingly-
neer a month ago. has been gi ven W -—-
I_____vtmninff Wtween Way- (A All torill receive
MonavY wc wiuuw»«v» ^—
1912 and we wish all our subscrib-
ers a Happy mid Prosperous NeW
------ Wm. Russell and wife of Kan-.neeramonui»Ku,«»
firm seems to have had the ef* vieiting her parents. L- an engine running hrtween Way-
... -----.—i— w 2* ... Kmftor Aanthecit-
openeu uF. a-.'pw—. ~ ----
that articles were misamg. but
these with the other losses-may
be small to get rid of such an out-
ii. rDL. ...kula fMmeaehnn tOOUT
This localtov seemstohawebaen
in the «ater of the big snow
/ • a• j aL. Aaa nnoil*
be emeU to net rid of ouch *n out- «■ “^Tdenthe of the beeu
ftL The whole tmiieoction, ^ !«S«^US2!r >»
mind, shows that they are not tiful grows grauu* /
. * •
The meXn dt tafiU^OMn- The Wootonen installation w...
pany iW occupy comfortable beheld Tuesday night. Janu«7
Ulacea in the amen corner of the 9th. A supper will b* 8erv^i
churches, but in our opinion they j the installation for e me
will occupy a warmer corner in j and their families. _
the world to come. while the snow iswn the ground
>— i everybody should make an effort
Someone has saidi “The young to kill as many rabbito s# possi-
ian TOAkes a terrihle blunder who file and get rid of the peats- tha
here. - .
The Woodknen installation will
.. L. » _ _!.Ll T.nnWV
tinue his nome iu. w -* ”*
likes us-much better than the cit-
i jens of Canadian) —Way ntota En-
The two rwal earriert toit of
this city got through their routes
on Tuesday of last week and were
unable to repeat the trip until
Monday of this week on account
of the deep snow, and then it was \
an effort they wilH long remerr*
her. O-Von-Fersen and J. wj
Jackson certainly deserve thr|
tha"^» ef the patron* op tliem^
. . .u-;- oWnvfs in trviniD
'4 An other, will receive <^l»i welcome ^ »m » -j
P ril good, in our line u cheep or eheaper then uiy other
place in Woodw»rd county.
e in Woodward county. •-
All Stock and Poultry Food will be sold at Absolute^ »
ly at Cost, without freight. Get your supp y 9
The Baxter Company.
bargain is going. _ ^ ________
stead of hard work.’’ No truer during the summer semitog. u*Mnin* Kills
stead of hard work.” No truer iuring the summer wiu«K. -----------
sentence was ever uttered, andj Qwklg ta the deep snow the Xn 1906 lightning killed only 1C9
yet the world is full of men who route carriers out of this city ^eoQje ^ this, whole countr>’-
are always trusting to luck: wait-, ^uegjay Gf last week did not re- Qne*s chances of death by linht-
ing for something to turn UP* turn until Fridhv evening and the ning are less than two ins mil-;
watching for an opportunity to. wonder i8 they got back so soon. ^ The chance of death from
get something for nothing. They J Harry Minich waa-anowbeund at uyer ki<jnev or stomach trouble,
seem to overlook the fact that j^yg and R. Gage at va8tjy greater, but not if Llec- i
the men who have made their Driacoll Both are strictly find- ^ Bitters be used as Robert
mark in the business world have clafi3 in more ways than one Madsen, of West Burlington, la-j
done so by work and oluck. It ; . ha| the proved. Four doctors gave him up i
requires brains, energy, pusn and j After being n i f ht months of suffering
fixedness of purpose to succeed ’same cwCU'onofthe man that .alter » Uver trouble and]
fn^TroMsioTwde or «!!->«^mwisteredjoby |fr™w i^ndice. He w» then
We wish .all of our
customers A Happy
__like getting all the nronev coming (ter*. ™ kidnal,.„me<'y |
Perwna i"!1"* “ ev^ry'^rowhlg him would' mid blood purifier, on earth. Only
Stock.to »U should see McNc.l & '^to to MW fiLciallv 1,80c at C. H, Ewlar A 1,
iS.. a. BAXTER,
“We:Sell For. Leaff!’
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The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 28, 1911, newspaper, December 28, 1911; Curtis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405665/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.