The Tangier Citizen. (Tangier, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, April 6, 1906 Page: 1 of 6
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THE TANGIER CITIZEN,
Oklahoma, April O. lOOo
|N0 richer $££
Good Thoughts for Farmers.
chewed" is common to nil of
sowing Til alkal. . Mnuv of our troubles, digestive is
Alfnlui may be sown al' auv time well ax tiuaucial, are because of this,
during the nest six w eek when con* We like to do things on a big
ilitions are right. Proper conditioi a Benin iu Oklahoma, and bate to
couhisi iu land thut was plowed at Mmonkey” with little thing. The
least two months ago, worked until man with a good quarter of laud
the surface is as fine as a garden, *uuU a school quarter adjoiniag.
«ud with enough moisture iu it to More land means mor, trouble get-
germmate the Heed promptly and ting help and mote hord work fer
sustain the young plants until an- the housewife. And, too often, it
oth« r rain comes. When i*>tiblc, it does not mean more net profit at the
is well to sow during a gentle raiu. end of the year. I nless thoic is
Of course, if the acreage is large, enough capital'to swing it, n.tcrest
this cannot be done. Hut on e charges eat a big hole. TTme is
smidl area, it is the surest and best lost going back and forth. The
way. It is not advisable to sow id- stock in the pasture at the far end
falia seed on dry, dusty soil. Kith- of the place get black eg among
aT it will uot rain soon euo.igh or it them aud half of the best calves die
will rain too hard and cover the need before anyone knows of it There's
too deeply. It pays p wait awhile all kinds of trouble,
and get things just right before gome men have the knack of
sowing three dollars worth of a'.tjia handling a whole lot of things and
•seed to the acre. making them all pay. Others have
_ to hustle to keep o o little thing
going. Tho wisest mhu is the one
ni.M) ion si a ,iino. know* when he has got enough.
It has come about tlmt the produ The a?erage mftn with lk buarter of
tion of perfect fruit without spray- „ood Oklahoma laud lias a proposi-
ng is almost impossible. The fruit ^ ^ ^ k ^ Jenty byHy
without aspraypm.q. »>* |f j, (l rtul fll,mcr ho will first
well organized to make money.
This Is No Bear Story. jGflll Oil US.
We have Lou. ol Muiey ui loan.
«*** IN. 5- INeWeonob. ****| Fl-RSl ftflTIONflL
Woodward, •01 • Oklahoma
Cairies a complete line of SHELF HARDWARE,
TINWARE, KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC., at prices
that cannot be equaled in Woodward County: als > a
line ot FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS and
other house furnishings.
To see is to buy; to buy is
to be satisfied
Implements of every description.
Come and be shown.
The benefit derived from spraying
even a small orchard is enough to
mnke it bring its 'maximum product-
ion. Then if his equipment in the
way of teams, help and cash is nufli
■veil for the cos oi < good spraying ^ ht> ^ begiu Bprf,ft(liug.
outfit and the cost of materials and spreading too soon makes tho work
hd>or. , too thin, and the returns ore pro-
jtortionato to the work put on the
host over REACH. land. Keeping tho acreage within
Many a good man has got into profitable working limits is the best
difficulties by undertaking more practice. And stock-man-fannor
tlmu he could handle, The tonden- must of necessity do this.— Oklaho-
cy to “bite off more than can be m Farm Journal.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN— A. TOUCHING PAPQDY.
—a kitchen and a servant’s hall is
about $10,000 a year.
•—a crank and a reformer is that the
crank didn’t succeed.
—a tug-boat and the average woman
is, that the tug ;ai whistle.
—shoeing a horse and a fly is that
tho insect wont stay shooed.
—a politician and a statesmau is
that the former is usually elected.
—tainted money and sour graper, is
got perceptible to the naked eye.
—a hit and a miss is, like os not,
that the former’s a pretty widow.
—a friend and an acquaintance is
ofteu merely that of and unpaid
—a corner loafer and a promoter is
that the loafer baa his hands in
his own pockets.
—the umbrella you lend and tlier
one you tear is that the latter
may be recovered.
*• -a good housewife and a tramp is
that one’s work is never done and
the other's never attempted.—
Warwick James Price, in Holland's
The Herald is the first pa-
Jx>r in Woods county to be
sued for libel. Take off
your hats, boys.—Helena
What a distinction! Iu
these days when newspapers
are wont to call down men
high in cflicc, to probe the
very souls of financial kings,
or, with skilled hand, take
the saw dust tilling out of tho
dolls of society, to be jerkei
up for libel is a thing t j ex
traord',;;ury as to be consider
ed an exclusive honor, and
the one so marked is worthy
our most knightly bow.
A man at Groat Bend, Kan
sas, after existing for a week
at a Hutchinson hotel, breaks
loose in this style:
“Backward, turn backward
oh time in your fight, feed
me on gruel again, just for
tonight. I’m so weary of
sole-leather steak, petrified
doughnuts and vulcanized
cake; oysters that slop in a
watery bath,butter as strong
as Goliath and Gath; weary
of paying for what I can’t
eat, chewing up rubber and
calling it meat. Backward,
turn backward, for weary I
am, give me a whack at my
grandmother’s uni; let me
drink milk that has never
been skimmed, let me eat
butter whose hair has been
trimmed, let me once more
have an old-fashioned pie,
and then I’ll be ready to curl
up and die,”
h.A J. Lui ich, i’rva Geo. ikrlacll, V. I’. Koln rt Afurf), V. 1'. 1- H I’aUou, wNft.
THE (IERLACH BANK.
Oldest BiHti In tyt.odward Gountu
CAPITAL,^SLRiLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $50,000.00.
Every iu.c.nnm<«tuli’U , xtimlcl coiiM.tcnl with ►Alt' and cotta, native Hsnltnf.
We lollclt your in cunt. Interest |«1.l on time certlltnte* nfdejweil-larieof ru&U.
;. »J- Wc lv ue M< i.ry Otdro American Bunker' a Aaaoclatlon form ■%*
CAM. ASH SUOMI SAVINCIS BANK
WOOD W ARP, OKLA._
JSANTA FE SYSTEM, AT TANGIER.
|Pasaenger, West^o. nq, ibao a. m. Eastbouut, x:33, a. m
| Freight “ . " 7:36, a. m. " 7:45. P-
Erst oound passenger connects at Wellington, Kansas, for Wichita,
Kansas City and all points east. West bound paps^nger con-
| necls at Washburn, Texas, for a11 Points 9n the ^Ft. Worth & Den
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T. H.* GAMBLE Agent.
»L. P. NORTHU P,fc
WaiGtibS Clocks Jewelry
— -**- The at Lowest Prices -
| FINE ENGRAVING—&—REPAIRING. Woodward,
S M T W T F S
12 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 II 12 13 14
IS 16 17 18 ]9 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 '__
York-Ke Mercantile Go
t ■ ! *
Doors, Sasti, Lime & Cement.’
J. F. STARR
iNti Fin, New Omuls’
We keep a complete, line of Fresh Groceries'and respectfully ask
I the public to call and see us. You are always welcome.
Pure Gioer Vincoar, 25c gal. Diamond G ?joaD. 7 bars
lor 25c. Be.st Bulk Goftce 15c lb.
'ALICE BLUE” WALTZES.
BY A. A, FOKD.
NOTICE FOB PCBLICATION
Dopratment of the Interion,
Land Office at Wooewaid Okla
March 9 1900
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof
in supjKirt of liis claim and that said
proof will be made before Register
and Receiver U S Land Office at
Woodward O T on April 19 19(l(> viz:
John Hoffman II E No 701.2 for the
sw 1-4 see 11, Twp 23 n B 22 w i m
He names the following witnesses
to prove bis continuous residence up-
on and cultivation of said land viz:
Francis C ward, Henry Q Schmidt,
Louis w llueelier and Clyde Clark,
all of Tangier Okla.
Dick T Morgan, Register.
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Oklahoma is certainly getting
“showers of blessings” nowdnys.
notice for PTflLIOATIOS.
Department of the Interior. I-aml Office of
Woodward, Okla. March 1 1900.
Notice Is hereby'given that tho lollowlng-
naraetl settler ha. filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support ol his claim, and
that said proof will be made beloie Register Jc
lteceivr, U. S. Laud Office at Wood-
ward, Okla., on April 10 l'.HJIi. viz
Hazelton J. Skinner, for Lot 4 and
se 1-4 sw 1-4 and w 12 se 1-4 see.
30 Twp. 23 of Range 21 w.
He name, the following wltnesM. to prove
his continuous resideuoo upon and cultivation
of .aid land, vL:
John L. Laws, of Tangier, O. T.,
Rolls Chilton, Charley O. Chilton,
and John W. Miller, all of Wood-
ward, O T
Dick T. Morgan, Register.
From prosont appearances the
railway rate bill is in a fair way of
passing the senate.
There is trouble in Zion.
Dowie has been deposed and
shorn of his iipostleship,
Even his wife and son hau
NOTICE FOR Pl'M! 1CATIOX
Dcpartnont ol the Interior, Land 0:lk'c at
Woodward, Okla. March 1 190(i.
Notice is herebyi given tlmU'thel
:ollowing-nsmedsettlers have filed]
notice of their intention to mage fin-
al proof iu support of their respect
ive claims, and that said proof will
be made before the Register A Re
ceiver of U. S. Lmd Office at Wood
ward, Okla., on April 13 190(1. viz:
LOUIS W. BUECHER, of Tangier,
Okla., for the se 1 4 sec. 11, Twp. 2lj I
N. R. 22 W. I. M.
He names the followlnf witness* to prove
his continuous residence upou anti cultivation
ot Mild -lend, viz:
Francis C. Win d, 11.m v .Schmidt,
Alexander W. Dailey ud Jacl. Hoff-|
man all.of Tangier, Okla.
Laura F. Dick, of Tangier, O. T.
for lots 1-2 s 1 2 ne 1 4 sec. 2, Twp
23 n R. 22 W 1 M
She names the following witnesses
to prove he continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land,
viz: Louis W Buecher, Henry
Schmidt, Alexander W Dailey and
Jacob Mott, all of Tangier, 0 T
Dick T, Morgan, Register
Late n ports frbm Washing*
ton state that John Enibrv
has been exonerated of all
charges and his confirmation
to the position of Attorney
General will follow soon.
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Daniel, Thomas. The Tangier Citizen. (Tangier, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, April 6, 1906, newspaper, April 6, 1906; Tangier, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc825927/m1/1/: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.