The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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CURTIS. WOODWARD COUNTY, OKLA., DECEMBER R, IW4
v v •»>«• «re tbe only National Buk of Woodward Count?
T A W i> arc tb* depuaitory of Woodward Count v•
If |f r art ‘Im* depo,iMr» of Diw; Couni J.
w W «. it, the dfpMiltrv of the people.
WB PAY INTBRB8Y ON TUfiB DEPOSITS.
YOO 4KI KVITIO TO JOIU O01 WtTItrOI Of CUaTonBU*
Mee s. D Hoover liefore selling
kite* or for*.
Read Dr. ToMfcl'a 4*atlefrv ad.
ia another follPl
Philip SNHfr of O-ivla was in
thia rill aa a bnaineaa vititor. Hat*
Whan ran wap» to anbaeribe
S D Hoover bn>* eggs,
try. bide, and far,
A eommeveial alnb waa recently j
orcaaiaad in Woodward.
Dr. Tolbert, tba daatiat. will ba
to Curtis oa Dee Mtk. STlb oodi
I We wish all Oooriar raodara a
A vary amiable and pleaaoot
•ioM won a peat in tbe ball. Tara <
dar nffbt. by tbe Haeotiio broth-
era, their wives and a few friend*,
it being tbe anneal banquet and
inatillatioo of tbe new officer* of
Tyrian Lodge, A. f. A A- M.l,
B. Borle of Waadward aad Of ■.
Ball were tbe depot, trend lodge
oMeereand all preaaat akaweted
praises )• them for tba elegant I
■Matter ia which the? acted their
parte. Tba following otteere wore
installed: T. I- Bohioeon. W.l
M. 5 Jobo Jeqne*. 8. W.s L. B
Lincoln. J W , Persy O Devieou.
8 D.| d. D. Ornf. J. D.» John B
Wbitworth. 8. 8.; Jeme* Dalton.
J. 8 ; B 8. Piolev, Chaplain; 8.
B. Boggeas. Treaanrer; Dr. I. 8
Hoot, Secretary; A D Cunning-
baa, Tyler. After tbe inrtillatioii
ceremonies were eooeluded, a meet I
elegant epread waa prepeirel and
all prevent ent down to the feaat.
The appropriate manner iu which
the Maeoote brethren eooonela
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
leaded tbe Manual* banquet. Tne.-
Adolph Borelardt H MooreUud
preeioet was a baiiteae viailor ia
thia oily. Friday.
Jobs D. Wrap and 0. I. Hall
attended tbq Maapoie banquet ia
Weodwoqi, Magda* aigbt.
j L. K Kaster end hail* of
Woodward «iaited with relative,
inline eitv the first of th* wash.
Lata Tavlor, one of )m leading
farmers mf Ovlna preeioet. woe n
I bdviaeaa viqiior in Cartie. Taea
It Ipdka aa t^opb there weald
be a great mad* perraoa Ml Ihi*
Char O Baiter aamedowa from
Woodward ta ape ad Christmas
with bla parent*.
T. A. Heibett and familr are
| visiting hie parents near Kibbv
I daring tbe holidays. ,A* ;
Lincoln A Warner received a
ear load or anal, Tne«dav, and are
selling it at ttt per ton.
Owe consolation is that 'be days
will vradnally become longer from
I now nntil tbe tfitf of Jane
I BA. Lincoln and wife of Quin-
lien attended the Mavoni* banquet
lit this city, Tuesday night.
Mrs. 8 P. done**of Pearl is via
tiring relative, in Kansas. She
I expects in be absent several weeks
Jesse Wilder and two children,
I Mies Blanche and Bryan, of Pearl,
were hnlidar shopping ia tbieeity,
1 The atom that commenced Boa *
day waa a fierce one Cooaide: a •
Druggist Sundries, S
Toilet Articles, including Combo Toilet Soaps, jjj
Chainoia Skin* Brunhee, Perfumes. Sponges, Etc. Q
Choice Line of Cls*rs* I
PINE CANDIES AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES j§
J. B. Robineon, •<*****«'
it Embalmer and
I WOODWARD. - OKLA.
of all kinds
Ad work done on scientific
principles and charge ee«son*
able Phones—Hinre No IOC.
It* tide nee No. 127
Bra. Ballon, who died at her
late bom*, south of Qaialaa, waa
baried ia tha Bat belie eetMtary,
north of taia city, iklday.
at this office.
• STARK’S STORE I -
i Tbe Store Tbit Sive* Too Aooey
•. A NEW YEAR’S QREETINO. g
^ We wiab oar customers sod friend* a H*»ppr and Proa- j|
R D«rons New Year; a dav on which we are all to tarn over a 5
m| oew |vaf; this Store will do no share b> turuisbiag New %
W Goods. New Ideas and New Methods, and >on can do yoars k
O by patronising en up to dab* store, where yoa are aeeared ?
jmj 0| Mttiog value received for vour money, wMere every article 1
S id gnareotecd. aad tbe best *.f treatment accorded to all k
w Oar Policy ie to sell for ra«b, and at tha very lowest J
'j mArgin of profit, wbieb mates this Tbe Store where year |
W money goes the Farthest; and pate us ia position to sell k
9 Good Qooda cheaper than those who buy no long time, aad J
jmj M|| at Long Prices %
S «. um n.. inutnsl interest to know each other, ao coma ka
Parsonr and others was likewise a
happy event and gave tbe eouotv
ebergee a few moments or a plena-1
ant experieoee ia their lives, that
id not accorded to manv places of
that kind, and show* that tbe
overseer of the oonnty’a poor waa
a |t ia to oar rnutaal interest to know each other, ao eoma
0 ia and get acquainted; start tbe New Year tight hr trading
M at the New Store; get New Goods aod at New Priest.
R ^~Qracery SpwcUU.
2 Great Hoe of Evaporated Apple*.
9. Finest Canada Sap oa tba Market.
A Breakfast Foods wit boat aamber.
v Large aad Cheap Sacks of Table Salt.
Tbe Modern Woodmen will give
M Yen make no mistake when yon trade here,
jj Farmer* are iuvited to make this store their trading
9 place while in town, and we give von the highest price the
9 market afford* for ydnr produce. COME IN.
Notice ia hereby given to road'
overseers and others that tbe last
meeting of tbe premat year of tbe
Liberitr township hoard Mill scaur
oa Saturday, peqymber 3L
Overseers OMMt make their reports
oa that dale. _
W. G. Clark, Trustee.
JAMES A. FLINN,
Blacksmith and Horse Shoes
soon eangnt ana Mptne asm
arae^wbroken' wagon tongue
eonpliag and a few eeratohi
W. 8. Baily, P. O.Trne. Texaa.
writes: “My wife had been suf-
fering five yean tmi«M paralysis ia
hay arm. when fraraa persuaded to
Baa Ballard’s 8now Liniment,
Wbieb eared her 111 right- I kave
Cough Syrup will soothe and also aaed it foroidaoree, frostbites
strengthen them, stop the hough and akin eruptions. It does the
and give you a chance to sleep in work.” 26c, 50o, fil. Sold by
peace. Dr. 1. 8. Hunt. %
Eli Roberts, the republican
lender of tbe east side of the eons-
ty, waa in Cortis, last week, sell-
ing a large amount of poeltrv.
Mr. Roberta is an extensive farmer
aod cattle raiser, bnt deals in pol-
ities aa a aide line.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE WORK
Bcn.mxg W kst of 8. E. BOGGE^S’ STORK
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The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1904, newspaper, December 29, 1904; Curtis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405834/m1/1/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.